Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 29, 1908 · Page 1
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, October 29, 1908
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n,^Me»tmimr Hmm ihm Lmrgmmi Gii^utmitea in Mikm County of Any Howopnpor PuhilmM in ibo Goun^, TOLUME X. XOIBEE 815. ElfiHT TAQES. lOLA, KAXSAS, OCTOBBi 29, IJWS.—TIIUKSDAY EYEXIXC. EIGHT FACES. SEN.LONGATMeRAN HE ADDRESSED A FI>E MEETING THERE T.AST N'tCHT. MANY lOLANS AHENDED A MMBER OF MEETIXOS WILL BE HELD THIS WEEK. Oo to Bassolt TonicrU( —Mortlncs at Loannn and Xorfli Muplo firoro Toniftrrow Niirlif. Senator Chostor \. loonier nddrossod 1 bipT house last UIRIU nt Moran. It was on^ or the host meotlnga hold there this eampalCT. the farmers com- iiiK in from a distance to hear the SM^nator. The andienci? was onthusi- siKiic, ehoorinR every mention of the nopnbliean party and Mr. Taft. Mr. Lonp: diseiissed the politk-al i.s- Riies mneli (he same as ho did hero, knorkine ont the nnderplnnlns of the Democratic platform and payinR a fine tribute to the Republican nominee for President. Mr. Taft is certainly popular with Moran people if the cheers which followed the " mention pf his niime determine tiiaf, question. Several Democrats who hoard the speech aunouncod their intention of votinK for the Republican ticket. The followinsr from Tola listened to rhe add.-e.c.s. retumtnp this morning: C. C. Ausherman, .TUORO Oscar Foiisl. W. TL Ander.son. L. L. North- rnp and W. T. Watson. WRIGHT FOR TAFT. A big meeting will be hold at Bas- .'^eit tonierht, tho first of the camnaipn at that place. The speakers are Judge Foust, Caf)t. H". A. Ehping and B. E. Clifford. Music will be furnished by Payne's military band and the Bltick and Tan quart olto, Xo Bepublican In Raf^.^ett should fail to attend this merting. V n,.mber of H;:;;;;i ;iican candidates !;L ''''"^rH ^ ^Vmo^rfnJoX'Iho^To .ur « 1 audience iha! almost filled the .Vcad ^^^^\ po dn^^n. to Leanna tomorrow ^^^^ ^^^^ ^.g^, ^^^^ DOXXELLY PB.USES TAFT. ^ays Rooserelt's Letter to P. H. Grire Is True and Fair. W'l.shington. Oct. 2n.— President Roo.«evelt t(jday made public a long letter from Samuel B. Donnellj-, secretary of the general arbitration loard of New York building trades In which Mr. Donnelly upholds the presi dent in Itis presentation of the record if Mr. Taft as sot iorih by him in a letter to P. H. Grace, of Birmingham. N'. Y., recently;! Mr. Donnelly declares that the presi •lenfR leler ably shows that Mr. Taft is not an enemy of labor. Trom per- jonal knowledge of .Mr. Tafi's record IS governor of the Philippines and in Panama, where he had extensive rola- \nnA with labor, he unqualifiedly .^up lori.^ the president's estimate of .Mr. lafi's character. Mr. Donnelly cites la luierpretalion of the federal olghl- ,iour law reiwrLod in 1907 and .Mr. l'aft '.-5 Ionpe\#.ty pa.v. order of that year as instances of the judj;o's fairness toward labor. ROOSEVELT'S SON TO WED HER? Rumors of Engagement Revived by Announcement of Debut. Washington, Oct. 20.—The announcement that Mis Carrie Munn will be formally pre.sented to society here this fall revives the report that Miss Munn and Theodore Roosevelt jr., tho oldest son of the President, are engaged to be married. This report has -Iseen denied, but coincident with Roosevelt's desire t« get down t«i real work it is generally accepted by friends of tlie couple that at lea.>?t a tactic understanding exists between them. Roosevelt spent several weeks at the Mtinn coTtSge in Manchester this summer. The Munnsare wealthy and belong to the ultra exclusive set in Washington society. Miss Carrie Munn is a daughter of Mrs. C. A. Munn. A brother of Mfss Munn and Roosevelt were roommates one year at Harvard. Successor to I^ate Soeretary of War Busy in Yhrginia. •night to attend the Republican rally I here. The sneakers are ,r. T^. Barnes, , B. K. riifford of thir. city, .T. M. Sam- iiei's ol \\^>,^ti^i<•^•. The farmers in the Tve.anna neighborhood sny there will be n' big-turnont. There will also be a meetinc nt Norlh Maple Orove scliool house tomorrow night. x mooting was to have boon holil lliere last week but on account of th<' wot w<<nthor liad to 1 )o given up. Tho spt'akors at this uieetiu!.- nro riJMuuco.v ICvnns. W II. .\nderson an.l .1. W. Alchi.'son. The Ronubllcaus will hold a nn'ot- in»c at Mildre<I Saturday niirht. Hon. Oscar Pnusf. Captain H. A. Kwlnc and Col. .T. B. .\tchison are the sponKors. The Black and Tan quartetto will fur- ni^^h inusie. Tho ;iudioric<' will also have an o))portunity to hear tho Taft "cannodV spooches. POSTPONE COUNT BONI'S CASE. Is Believed That Castellane's Trouble Will be Settled Out of Court. Pari.«. Oct. 20.—Tho petition of Count Boni do Castollane for a modl- n ^ation of the dooreo of divorce obtained by his wife, who was Miss Anna Gould, of New York, on account of her subsequent marriage to Prince Helie do Sagan. came up in the tribunal of the Seine today, but at the -request of the defense the hearing was adjourned until Xovomber i. Tho court makes this petition with idea of civing his mother custody of. his children. Thero is rea.son to boliove that negotiations are under way to settle the caso out of court. FORESTRY SERVICE EMPLOYES. More Than 300 Will Leave Washington fo-^ the West December 1. Washington. Oct. 29.—To man the new Western field headquarters of the forestry servic<> recentIv estahllHhed at Missoula, .Mont.. In Denver. Colo., Albuquerque, N. M., Ogden, Utah, Snn Francisco, and Portland, Ori*.. a party of !ICr» forest clerkK, HtenOgraphefH and other emlpovoH, Including 120 women and from fifty to seventy-five nd- lulnlstratlve of!lcorH. will leave here nerombor 1. Tho chief forester and 1M omployoK will remain I here. NOT IF IT IS BRYAN emy of Mu.ilc here last night SWcre- lary Luke.E. Wright spoke on the Is- .sups of I ho campaign and in favor of the candidacy of .l«dse""Taft. The meeting was held under the auspices of a number of men of prominence in ihia city, principally men of finance, who liavo alway .-4 boon Dombcrais, but who in ihl.^i camiKiign. are supporting /he Repiiblioan candidate. .Mr, Wright was introduced by .lohn S. Williams, former pri 'sldeni of the .Seaboard Air lino, who Ktiiled that the now c «nsil- luilou oV VIrslula has HO purified the olofloniio a.-* In the ronioval of all i'o.iirt of negro vole. y\V.\ TO FIGHT FOR TVRIFF Deohiro It Is n Business \«1 a PolH. ical Mo>e. Wohl) City, Mo., Oct. 2!>.—That olh- or /.inc mining districts of tlio ruiled States, besides this district which has ihe reputation of being the greatest in the world, are affected by the low prices of^inc ore, is shown by the advertisements which have appeared in the papers of this district, offoring for salo mines in the Missouri zinc mining fields. During the pa.«i few months tho importation of zinc ore from .Mexico have so groat'y lowered the prices of zinc here thai many of the operators have been forced lo shut down their mines. This condition is found in every di.strict of the Tnited States and ;ir ihe present lime the efforts of the Zinc Ore Tariff club are directed !o- wards having a tariff i)laced upon zinc ores. OLDEST CHURCH CELEBRATES. Presbyterians of Beaver City Have Been Organized 21 Years. (Suthrie, Okla., Oct. 20.—The First Presliyterian church of Beaver city, which la probably tho oldest In the western half of Oklahoma, oelohrnfcd lis twoniy-flrst aiinlversary last Sunday. It was orisa.ulzcid in tSS7 iwo years before "old Oklahoma" was op- ned for settlement. Beaver county wax at that time known as "No .Man's Land." but was trying to effect an or- pnnlxntion as nimmnrron Territory. Ilov. 11. M. Overstreet. now of Km- porlii. Kas., who organized the church, was present for Its auniveniary celebration, although R2 years old and "ot in the beat of health. AT OMAHA XEXT. B, F. Hobart, Smelterman, Tells of JIMHOP for National W. f. T. I'. Conren Effect on Industry if Nebraakan Wins. B. P. Hobart, of New York City, formerlv president of the Cherokee Lanyon company at Gas City, was In town yesterday and stAted In substance that in his optnion it was for the best interest of.tlie^ntire coun trv that Mr. Taft be elected. (Ion .Named Today. Denver. Oct. 29.—The executive council of the National Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union today decided to hold the 1909 convention at Omaha. Clarence Gray Goes Home. ._. . Cltrence Gray, brother of Tamer cratic ticket. •V- that Mr. Tait oe eiociea. JGra- the ball player, has returned The secret-..- - — In the presence of Senator Chester ito Minneapolis, Kas., after having made a quiet investigation and he re-, T Long and L L Northtup he said.been here to attend the funeral of ported that Kemper was not only do-, with referen.ce" to the effect of Mr.-hfs father. • »" nolitleal work in the erand' •Bryan's plee^on on the]smelter in- !<ec3aon on ue smeiLcr >udustry: "If'jbryan is elected it will be a long time before fires in this district arei^Ughted.' County Cleric Busy. tbe United Ima^orln Mre. PBICB TWO VUT& WHILE ?0U AI^H ANSWERING QUESTIONS WILL YOU ANSWE t THIS? ^if you did nothing: in four years while a leader in a Democratic Conf.ess, ^ with a Deniocratic President, what could you hope to do ia , four years in the White House?^. WHERE IS CUTLER? Salina Lstwyer Writes for Informal Ion Conrorninii: Soldier Who Kn- listed Here. B. .\. Mason, of Salina. ha.^ wiiiton j o the local C;. .V. II. in an cffon to! 'ocate .Vbram Cutler who served in : Jomiiany F, Third Kanso.s I plant ry I md who onJi.^ted in lol.:. If auy one! las information concrnln;; .Mr. t'lit-r or s wliorojihouis ii is reqaostoil that ! If couimuuicatc with .Mr. .Mii >on or' aiih n. B. D. Suieli/.cr of iliis ciiy. rho li>rt(i- follows: .Salinii. Kas., Oct. 27. ;. A. U. I'osi. lolji. K HS. fJenilenii'ti: I have Ijeon iryiug to ocaie a ni:in by iln- nanio of .Miram Cutler', who ."-oived iu Cdiniiany I', Third Kansas Infantrv. and who en- 'laicd ai lola. or near l^ia. It seenr.» iiat ho. if ;jliv<". or his h<'irs would be 'Utitlod to fomo iirojioriy iMOvidoil wo •.•an 1 oral o ihoui. I am v <ry anxious to SOI ira;'k of them if |n)ssiI)lo. and .vould like t<» know if you havo any record of hini, or could rotor nio lo iny Koldiois of fompany Third Kauy ;u8 lufttiir.".. Willi whom I may oorro- ijujiid. Or rhap;' >o.i oan rofer me ;o .'Jiunodody who uil>:ht know some- hlng about this Abram Ciitlor or his loirs. Thanking you. I am Yours I rul V. M. A. MASO.V. ('(lUiiniiiiicaio with M. A. .Masou, at- oruoy at law. .Sallna. Kam^as. oi- 1». It. I). Sm<'li?or, adjiiiaat .Mct^ook ro.-t. fola. KaiiMis. GERMANS FOR TAFT j Illinois SUats Zeitung Says Republican Nominee is Ablest of Two Candidates. .•!•; :!!» ODD FELLOWS RESENT HIS ACT.ij|; ]] 1!! 1!!!! 1;!!!!!! Kemper May Lose Votes by Drawing Lodge into Politics. Topka, Oct. 29.—Additional infor-j mation reached Republican state head; Chicago. Oct. 29.—The Illinois Staat:$ Zeirung, one of the most wide- I I.v known German newspapers fn the I West I declared today in the following editorial for the election of Taft: "Far be it from, us to minimize .Mr. Bryan's ability and his many excellent qualities, but we are of tbe opinion, that the cotmtry needs a more eon.servative President than he would ibe, a Iroan of more experience with a formidable administrative programme. '^«Ch a man is Mr. Taft. He has had more o|)i»ortiin!ty to acquaint him- THE WEATHER. self thoroughly with the various Forecast for Kansas: Generally fair branches of our most intricate govern- tonight and Friday: not much change, "O'^"*^ machinery than any other Amin temperature. Jerlcan: and even the enviously inclin- Data rooonlod at Local OfUce. t.'. S.'*"* opponent will admit that he proved Woafher nuioaii ypst.Tday. today and'''ntself worthy of evory i>osltion Ina year ago. , ; trusted to liim oithor tiy President Yostordav'Roosevelt or the people. -(;[ •Onp of the most important duties r,-; which|the next President will ho call- r,i ed upon to perform will In all prob- r,.-; ability bo the :ipix)intlng of several r,2'Jusilccjs of the highest tribunal ot j^, the country. that .\ir. Taft. If made I'rosldont, will "o appoItU to those positions none ox- ago cstperlencod, conservailvo Jurists, 'r.rt'mon, !who. Tike himself, will bo n !jl; guarantee of sound government. J^rt' "Thit* one argument alone should |j.j ,be sufficient to those of a calm, dollb- .cjerate mind to prefor .Mr. Taft to hla . « 47 0.01 •_' p. m I p. ni f. p. ni. s p. in It) p. m 12 midnight .Maximum lomperaluro .Miutmuin ti<mporaiuro J'noipilnllon. 7 p. m. 2 a. m. I a. in. :i. in. S a. m. ..',G ..-.0 .n .10 .::i . .0 Today Yi :!S TO BE AT SYRACUSE TAFT AND BBTAX TO SPE.iK tS SAJfE TO^rX TOXIfiHT. "Btit It is to be expected positively h -lu-ers than ever. Precipitation, 7 a. m. Tor Business College Students. mation reached Republican state hcadi -X''? e >™"a«'"™ of the Y. M. C. A. quarters todav that W. H. Kemper . ""^^ *° «'"''^nts of the was using his position as grand mas-j •^"-"•ness college tonight, for of the Kansas grand lodge of Odd' PeHows to boost his own candidacy! for secretary of state on the Demo- To His Farm. Dr. S. A. Coffman went to his farm near Meade, Okla.. this morning. • He •atlc ticket. I ^ill return Saturday. The secretarv' of the grand lodgor ' !r Visiting Sister. iiuiicii ii .au .^•c ^u .i".. ..wv ^...j j joiin Watterson of I .OK Angejes, ing all his political work in the grand;Pa,if.. |s here visIUng his sister. Mrs. lodge rooms, but was using the lodge's jackson. nmshlnes and its list of members iU' 'V.WMK^jr fV y" ——* — County Clerk R. iES. Culbertson Is mailine letters. It stated tbat the! a very busy man these days. He is Odd Fellows over the state are be-! Been Visiting His Brottiers.. district are lighted" la very ousy man inese aaya. m ut uaa r«iiow» o»«:i mc ai^ in-.-, Harve Robinson left ttis morning -MT. Hobart is well -known in this sending out election supplies, incliid- ginning, to protest, and that Kemper, for his home in Sentinel Bntte. N. D., «oiiimanity a^has a large Interest in Ing pfenclls, tickets and other para- will find binuelf In a peck of troublei after a few days' visit 1 ^hk TTnttMi TMnltWnrim hAr». ^ ohemalla. whoi tbo grand lodge meets again. (brothers. whea the grand lodge meets again. here with his opponent. .Mr. Bryan.' A Washingtonian Here. BUSY IN THE STATE TODAY TAFT GOT ROr .SIXG BECEPTTOX AT .HADISOX SQUARE GASBE^f. rhof-rcd Republican Candidate's Xane Xinetern .Minutes—^Thonsands Heard .Speech. New York, Oct. 20.—The two principal candidates for president, following a day of busy campaipging in the state will reach Syracuse tonight where both are scheduled to speak, .ludgo Taft began the day's tour with a speech at Lyons and then traveled oa .stward. Bryan's last day of campaigning in Mwe York state carried him westward. Former Judge Alton B. Parker expects to speak with Bryan at Syracuse tonight. The running mates of Taft and Bryan continued the campaign work in their home states. Sherman is at Albany and Kern made several address<\« in Indiana. Tonight Secretary Cor- lolyou speaks in NeA* York; Secret.ary Root at Toledo, and Postmaster Gen' :al Meyor at Belairo, Aid. Chafin and Watkins are in Ohio to- la^; Hisgcn In New .Jersey and Debs in a 'red special" tours I'linois. fmmenso Crowds at Harden. .Madi .son Sqtiare Garden, N. Y., Oct. -M.—Tho RepubKcan campaign in New Vork City reached its climax when William IL Taft, presidential candi- late, and Charles E. Hughes, candidate for governor of New York, spoke from the same platform at Madison -Sqtiare garden to an audience that fill "d the enormous amphitheater. Their appearance at Madison Square orden came at the end of a day Aliioh. from a political viewpoint, was nio .st remarkable. During the day Mr. Tafi. addressed fourteen meetings, and C .'Aornor Hugbe» spok» fifteen times. Thf -n. last night, while tho Madison •Square garden meeting was in pnig- >•.'<.<. a giant parade was wending Its way in a downpour of rain through Jlo-" honri of Ihe oity. Ilour.s before the doors of ihft gar- di-n were thrown open, long lines of •iokeiholders had formed. There is !U» other siiucture In ,\ew York wliich ?in hold such an audience as Madt- ^011 Square garden, hut it soon bccnme apparent, to the police that it would not have' sp.icc enough for tbe crowds S3ther<»d outside. ' M 7 o'clock a'heavy rain set in. and ir was thought Ihe throngs would Iwindie. hut this was a mi.stake. The streets for blocks around were alive with umbrellas, and few persons de- orted. E.xcellent police regulations firovented any unseemly crowding .vhen the doors were opened. By S Vclork the police had to bar all ex- :epi reserved seat ticket holders. The galleries in the garden were girdled with American flags, the dome was hidden by a mammoth American flag, and over the main entrance bung I big blue Yale banner with portraits jf Taft and Sherman upon It, and in •.ho oenter "Yale, '7.S," Judge Taft hav ing been a graduate of that year. Cheered Taft 19 Minutes. \Miilo Covornor Hughes was speaking cheers were beard outside and •ih .outs of "Taft." "Taft" made him cut his speech short. Mr. Tafl did •lor at)pfar.»however, and George A. Knight of Calif«»rnia wa.^ introduced. If was two minutes .ifter 11 o'clock .vhen Mr. Taft arrived. As .soon as he .vas recognized there was a tremen- loiis cheering, which lasted for nine- (oon mmiuies. The crowd . shouted •Tafl, Taft, Big Bill Taft." and sang Yale songs while the band played, but ho iustrunionfs coiild bo only heard Ahou the cheering died down a bit. :ir. Taft stood on the platform with I Muile of appreciation wreathing bl» round, good-natured face. As th« •heering continued minute after mln- in« .Mr. Taft grew more serious, and :rled to compel silence by holding up is hand but this simply caused more (iencral Porter stood ibesldc tho can. liihiie and finally i>btaiined compara- • Ive quifi. Then he Introduced Mr. Tafl as "our next president," and tho •hoering was resiimetl. 63 WERE FOR TAFT MORSE MAY DEXY CHARGE. . . ^ . Reoublican Candidate Won in Poll of Will Take WIlTiess .Sland for Defense "^''"the lola Portland ,Cement in Trial Todajr. lid f-VI li>«>«W ,Vf Plant Today. This morning as a man walked New York. Oct. 23.—Charle.s W. Morse, whose fortune was swallowed , —".^—:—;•, „ , „ up m a crash a year ago and who """"B'^ ^f'^^f°^ iSf with Alfred H. Curtis, former presi- P south of the^ city be aaked ev- dent of the National Bank of North f>' workman he met. who hisjihoice America, is now on trial charged with 'o"" President was, , Out of the 104 the violation of the national banking J^"'''""*'" "let 63 were for WUlIam law. may take the witness stand in .— ,- , ^ bis own defense today. Curtis has al- 'or president;; 33 for Bryan the ready told the main portion of his Democratic candidate, and « for Debs, story and has sought to place the re- oanilidate. aponsibllity for bad loans on Alorse. Fashion Livftiry Sold. Ralph Drake has bboght the FaAiqn . P. M. Webster, of TVtehington, D. C.I livery, on Jeffersoh avenue, of F. J - . _ « '* ' _l «w . «- MIII w^at- •pent Tborsdar In lola on a business | Hagenbach. Mr. Ifrake will take pes- TlaiL I iAi; <*'*'^<^vBniher 2. aeasion oB'NdTenib»r 2.

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