Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 14, 1908 · Page 6
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A .-Ciir «tt«riyjCI«r9M Him WitA Ma' ilelOM #^Meiitloilv^Wa?tt ^.^^^offlas ottt1of%e Fletter- litter im^U«tly%tTUl ud «09alttal fbrentitrto. Bnia£ila ,-1i iit|ht '«ceii7- ' TtA ttionK Bome of tbe intereatee pwtlM with the result tbQt there were ten separate and djatinct oasei braosht I ^oday a tie* one was MMed. Ur Petterly snea J. B. Howell; the con? ' pUinfaiK wlf&ess In the origfai«l case 'for |2,043.'60 damages, - for aHeged > nialicloas prosecution. Mr. Fetterl.v sari In his petition that on November 2od< 1908, the defendant-JIowell. mn- UciooBly and without-probabTe.cauB^ for so-doing, caused his a^st b) chwirlng Mm with cruelly beating o horse on November first' Mr' Fetterly goes on to say tl|at be gave a $20r .^bond for his appearance for trial or. November' 7th, when he wap acqult- ; ted by a Jury.|Ie says that his arrest has dlsgrar ; ed;.wnniHatcd'and caused him great mental distress and thinks he be; be«a damaged in this respect to thi extent of 92.000. He also says he war put.to other expense such as wltnest fe^. loss of time, etc.. In all 143.50 He'therefofe sues to recover a total of 12,043.50. BOOSTERS LOST OUT Defeated by Portland Club at Roynl Bowling Alleys Last Night. Last evening at the Royal Bowl Ing alleys the Portland club defeated thfr. Booster clUb in a ver>' poor ex hibltlon of the pame of ten rins. Th- final result of f-.e thirty frames wn; 2.199 for the Portland's and 2132 foi the Boosters, a difference of 267 pirn; W. H. Root made the highest Individ nal Rcofp. which was 534 pins. Har vey Howard was second with 609. Sto ver won the stri«de honors with a to tal of sixteen wliile Root arid Gard were tied for smrea. each makin;^ fourteen In the thirty frames. GEltOW IS DEAD state Employment Agpnt of Kansas 1! Nine IVeeks—A >oted Orator. Atchison. Kas., Nov. 13.—T. R Gr row, state employment aRcnt. din last night at bis home in tlris city af tor ijllness of.nine weeli?. His ill nesi Was the result of overwork. Ih ts snrvlved by a wife and four child ren. Mr. Gerow -was born in Nev Tork city in 1846. During the civi •war he was a member ct the Nint' New Tork volunteer infantry and hr,' a ^mmendable war record. In ISTf- he "feame Vest and settled on a raucli near Port Scott, Kas. The fbllbwinp year he came to Atcli- i8on ,.^bich city has been his hom- slnpe. Previous to 1900 he -nas clt: eTerk of Atchison for a period of te: yesis. In 1900 he became state employment agent. Until a few yeart ago he was active in Kansas politic.^ and .'Was one of Kansas's forcmos orators. ^ Register Want Ads. Bring Results that have been in the iSipEST SELLERS 1*^. Jslrr Angast ud September |lr. Crew's Career, - .by. Winston Churchill. Tfcc Beenler ,by Rex Deach Th9 lore of the Xuk by Harrotd McOrath TbaXowt of ft Cfeftiee /by E. and L. Chamberlain i^^hiug Una *Ki>'by Robert Chambers •to HH.<ibftBds of Edith ^ by Geo. B. McCutcheon lie Jlalfwa/ UoBse |»,; by Warner Hewlett Prlmadviiu § by. Merian Crawford circiilar Stairoue -.48y Mary Rlnehart / BIk Best Sellers to Oclowere: Firiag Line hy Robert .Chambers JUi EroM BrMdwftf brMed. B. MoCutcheon Robert Herrlck • ^ ; p. HopUnwn Smith Crevr's CftTMr .Winston ChnrchlU Br»wa JHf ef Kilidere by MerldethNickolsdn of these $1.50 books at Mil )1.60 boctai at .11.85. caii get them at . HINTS FOR BUSY W( H«w N«wspap«r» on KHohan Ti^M . Prove Ti«v«ling UnivsraHlea./ The faithfi)! teadief of the'AtUutle tSsDiiij MttgudM wiu remember wen tbti yoaoff wobmn who confMsed la «n issve of two or three yeAMtliEO that the soorce of her remarkable fond of infofmatloa-and her brodd knowledge of atlhin was all dae to'her grand oiot^a QDcompromtoln^ ideals of •conomy and cleanliness. Was the kitchen table freshly scrubbed and tbe !)oard above the sink washed and conrcd? Then cover them with news<il>^ Newspapers were everywhert), • nd as this young woman, who waa iien a girt in her early teens, pared :ne apples or shelled the peas or wasbr .•d the dishes tbrlce daily her eyes ! raveled np and down tbe columns of .hose pai>ers. that shrouded everything About her. Editorials and news items, all were alike to ber. She road ttaem 'ill and. reading, remembered. Th^ methods of today are neither so lellberate nor so particular as to permit this sort of newspaper educa- :!ou, but a contributor to a current magazine suggests another method by irhich she obtains a liberal eduqation while "on the wing." as it were. She Is a busy -n-uman and can spare jrjy a few mlantea each day foir the .wpers. A hasty glance at the headlines or a look at the leading articles dx the magazines may be all that she bas time for. but there are often long trticlcs on art or literature or mat- ccrs of national importihco which she longs to re.id through. So she has .'ormcd the habit of marking these ar- iclcSi ami after the other taiembers of ihe family have read the pai>er one of 'he children cuts tbe marked pieces >nt and slip!! tbem into the motber's •vx-ketbook. These can be read thronj;!i on the car when waiting for an ap- •olnttrient or at other odd seasons and horoughly enjoyed. .And so in the 'iid this busy woman finds herself not •o far behind the tlmps, after all. Design For Street Costume. The drawIuR shows a very smart ?»stumo for street wear, the coat having the newest features of tbe season. SXSIOIT FOB STREET OOSTClfX. The model is^ In black broadcloth, with satin rcvers and satin passemen terie bnttocs, but tbe model is also cvpccinllv well [adapted to soft, fiat fur. such 'y| skin o« caracal. The slcb>- h'own Is In walking length in a Roi>.. Ircular. and the sleeves are /<mall and fitted without fnllncsa Into the arm hole. Kitchen Hsip. A dozen grains of rice in a saltcellar win absorb dampness and keep the salt In powder. It also breaks the lumps that there may be In the salt An; alarm clock kept in the kitchtn nay tie set to ring at the time the vegetables should t>e put over the fire or tbe hot bread or the cake or poiddlng la due to be done and as a gnida to time in many other matters^ ' Racks for kettle and pan coven may be made on the back of the doors of kitchen closets and win save mnch trouble. Get brass screw hooks and arrange them on the lower edges of the crosswise panels of the door. Sc>cw larger hooks at each end of the , panels and stretch the door springs at! tacbed to them across the panels, '^bt • distance of the spring from the bottom I of the pahel varies according to tlie I size of the covers. Tbe hooks for the 8prin;;8 for the large cdvers should be • put about the middle of the panel And . for tbe smallest covers quite near the bottom. ' The covers or flat trays slipped be^ jtween (he spring and the doOtii wtU rest on the Iiooks along the lower edge. For Milk Bottles. A. little mbber Ud for milk bottlea is now on isale at the grocery atorea. These are cirMar pie«y of 'ItezIUe white rubber with a little nmod hot- ton in the center, and thej fit 1^ any mUk bottle, taking the place of the aOrve trying paper top or th 'o oldar tin form. Theie mbbev cost 5 oents and last practically forever. Ohoe tt|aA pna wiUnever be wittaonf tbaaa.';' Milk bottles. should be cartfaOy wiped abont^e top with a w«t clotb Ib^f^re rempi^ itb* j^st^boanljtofk ' Numttee.of Types. THE CHINESE INFUliiCE. •im-Modem Furni- Clilppefidale la Theujaht 1^ Many peris te Be ist His Boat In the I pie Distinct Patt ture. The anioltiated in the wajra of old fnrnltpre are apt to tlUnk of th*«hates made by Clilppendale as being dTone type. As a matter of fact, Chippendale chalirs are of a nanaber of styl^s. Ttrerc are .the clawfoot modela, beloTeS of our icolonhil ancestors and mniiy of their descendants; tlie cabriole leg design and a more ornate affair boastinK a back ehibqrated with ribbon-iOte splats. This hist cliair is not in the master's liest style. The Chinese tend cmrrssPAUi AT ms REST. ency did not creep in untif rather late to tbe career of the great Tbomjit Chippendale. He was somewliat fa inou.s as early as 1785, thon^ not until 1703 did he remove from a bystreet oil Long Acre to St Martin's hine. He died in 17D0, as yon no doub: know. Tbe Chippendale chairs, above all, were famous. Few of his other plecei" attained the Instant approval nsuaUy given his. chairs by the greatest experts. Naturally his most elaborate ef forts were bis least artistic. One of tbe most interesting featnref of these chairs is tliat not only exam pies of bis Gothic, French, Dutch and Chinese manners exUt but also mod els! in which the different styles arr blended. His devotion to the Chinese style dates from 1757. One example com bines the Franco-Dutch top raU with the Chinese lattice back. Some con^ lilder the side chair with thUi back quite as typical. The lattice back was al^o made in Gothic form. The ribbon back Chippendale has a fussy back, of which the great Thomas did not approve. He made a staffed chair in the French type, too, which is now said ti be exceedingly rare in,the origlna' atate. One of the Gothic styles with a splat back' has a hollowed out scat Chippendale is thonght by many ex perts to be at bis best In the simple distinct pattern, with the gadroon odglng to the seat rail It Is Interesting to know that designs for modem furniture made from rhe old models are all first drawn and then executed In plaster. Blocks of wood similar to this cast In shape arc then cu^ and put Into the hands of skilled workmen at machines. The macbtoes, some of them, seem scarcely less human than the workmen, sc nicely do they, chisel here and there under the guidance of the machlnlst'c hand. They are nearly all manipulated partly 'by hand, and even the least costly bit of carved furniture re- elves a great deal more "hand" work BUBOV BACK DESKU. than is ordinarily snppoced. After t>e- Ing roughly shaped by machine all the carved furniture is finished by hand. At the rows of benches one sees old men and boys side by side, worktog away with chisels and saws and tiny pcdished tools at sofa heads and chali arms, which are very much nearer real art than many an an btUons stu* dent gets with brush and paint ^ "AdapUtiqh" is the keynote of tbe designer for the American tra^e. Americans do not want utility sacri- dced to grace and to t^gerbread" ornamentation. ' Te Moiul Breksfl China. "The most snecessfnl way to mend broken chink is tbe following formnla: Ppwder a smaU quantity of lime and lake the icbite .of one egg And mix ^ Jfther to a pastA- Apply; this q^kkly Mt the cbis* to >• mraded. place tbe >DkMiiPli^ tocatbec flrmly. and they .-illU .boebiae aitt/«idtMS^iM)» It Is im•anal wbeft china breaica lb tbe sania plaee agalo aftar being nended with HUapMta. "TYS-RitE If is the name of (hjs ne\Y Taffeta Ribbon especially woven for Hair Bows. Manufacturers have had difficulty in just jetting the right^weight and the fight'stiffness for a hair-bow ribbon. This maker has solved the problem. In every way it is a perfect ribbon for the purpose and is no higher than other taffeta ribbons whichlsoon lose their lustre and stiffr.ess. All shades. 41 inch at 29c yd. 51 inch at 33c yd. 64 in^ti at 39c yd. It is impossible to do justice to the magnificence of the new ribbons in an advertisement They are all displayed on the ribbon counter and the ribbons fhemselyes will convey to you their beauty quicker than any description we can make. jOOOOOOOO'OObOOOOO 3 O ) ADDITIONAL SHORT STORIES. O O - . O 3 o o o o o b000 0000000 Gip Holt In Town. GIpson HoJt, wio Was defeated by C". C. Ausherman for county treas- .irer, was in town today. Goyette In Town. Frank Goyette waa up from Els- uore today on business. tended a meeting of the district board of the church. The board is composed of the Women's Home and Foreign Missionary department of which Mr& J. W. Gordon is president The Sunday school department of which Rev. Stokes of Paola is president and the B. Y. P. U. department :of which Rev. J. A. Wilson of Ottawa, is president ,The meeting was held in Mt Hope : church. Bollinger to See Mother. Sheriff C. O. Bollinger went to jounbon county today to visit his mother who has been quite ill. In Office Today. Mrs. Maude Funston, county super- 'ntendent, is In her office today after laving spent the week among the -ounty schools. She will give all of lext week to visiting schools. Tolay a bunch of examination papers :ame in for ter inspection.. I A Beautiful Silk Flag. ' j Do you w^nt a Beautiful Silk Flag, 1 2x3 feet? ,Up-to-date; 46 stars; made 'of fine twilled silk; beautiful colors. A nice Christmas present or a souvenir for the i!ome. I Send $1.60 and you will receive tbe I l>aily and Sunday Journal three -months and one of these flags, t Address THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAI^ Kansas City, Mo. ON THE CARPET, 70O DOCTORS. Oklahoma Physicians Are Alleged to Be Practicing lllesally. Muskogee, Nov. 14.—Seven hundred physicians who are~ practicing in the state will be on the carpet at the next meeting of the state medical board of which Dr. W. T. Tilley, of Muskogee, is president charged with obtaining license to practice tlirongh fraud. It is alleged that tbese phy- 'sicians have not complied with the state law relative to the certificates ito practice. BRYAN W.1LL REST IN MEXICO. Smock In Town. H. D. Smock, the Moran auction- >er, was in town last evening on business. For Clinton, Mo., Property. Reed & Son of Yates Center have raded their hotel property In that ?lty and also a hotel property In ^i'uHon, Mo., for a farm near Clinton. Mo. The Reeds arc also owners of the Hotel Rlngo at Mexico, Mo., ind will in the future devoto their time to the management of that hotel. A large number of friends both <n Woodson and Allen counties extend to them best wishes for success In their new location. Birth. Mrs. Emma Hagaman is the mother of a daughter bom November 12. at the home of her mother, Mrs. Helfrich of Bassett Real Estate Transfers. C. L- Gibson and Sarah Gibson to .. H. leltzbach. lots 7. 8 and 9 In Wakefield's first addition to Hum-i boldt. Consideration 9500. Alice J. Gardner et al to O. M. Con- lett. part of southwest quarter 1026-18. Palmer Oil and Gas comnany to Tom Leighty. part of. 3-1-24-19. Con- slderatton |1245. , Ida Grace.comping and H. Caniiiing .J O. M. Connett. of Wichita, part of withwest anarter 10-26-18. T. M. Chirk and HatUe aark to Lem Lewis, tot , block 1, Tola. Consideration 1700. "Red" Picks a Boole. Muskogee Red who has been visiting with the printers at Tnpeka has headed fori the southwest and is billed to land inj Emporia and Wichita before next Sunday. He is taking the Panhandle route.->^Wlchita Bagle. I/)ST—Dark gray Overcoat between Merson and Pint on Broadway. Re- firn to tbia offlc*, • Rev. /. W. idhi^ii-Retuma. iIUiT. .3^ fr. Cknrte)!. .pMtor of the SfcoRd .Bap^ dit^mrretoraed' t&ia Low pressure gas heaters at K. C. Plumbing Co.'s store. Weather was "Moderatin." The weather was "moderatln" today as evidenced by the man about town. The warm sunshine brought him forth from his habitation and he stood at his wonted place on the street comer. It was chiHy yet not too cold for the up town visitor. 8. C. Arebey Here. S. C. Archey, superintendent of con- .htruction for Hellenherg^r and company, of ICansas City, is here for a visit with his family, 405 South st Mr. Archey leaves tomorrow for Chicago where he will build a plant for the Western Mining end Smelting company. He has recently had charge of the work, of remodeling the Midland- hotel in Kansas City Into a general office- building: For Disturbing the Peace. James Halns wias arraigned in Justice Potter'a court today, charged with disturbing the peode of Mrs. Mabel Brooks. Both parties ore colored. The case was continued until the 17th. Accompanied by Mrs. Bryan He Will Make An Extended Visit LJnpIn. Nebr... Nov. 14.—Mr. and •Mrs. Bryan will leave Sunday for a trip to Mexico. They will seek rest and recreation. The itinerary of tho trip has not been announced. Mr. Bryan will deUver a commencement address In Philadelphia December 23. WAJiT OUT OF DISTRICT. O'as City People Wonld Send Children to La Jfarpe. Meswrs. Stout. Leighty, Woolen and Barker, all living in the Gas City school district, have presentwl to tho county superintendent a petlllon to have their lands, in all about two secions, transferred to the La Harpo school district. The grounds for the petition is that the La Harpe -school la nearer. A number of people living in the Gas' City school district have made a protest against the petition. To Meet Monday. The officers of tte Republican county central committee will prob ably meet Monday afternoon to doso up the business of the late campaign. The committee has asked that all bniB against the connty centra committee be sent in tiefare'tonlgnt Touch on Pontlca. Dr. J. D. Kmmm wiU tonhc upon the late political campaign in his sermon tomorrow 'at the Episcopal chnrch.,,,, WE DON'T gather np clothing and turn it over to a cheap cleaner. When we take .your clothes they are cleaned and pressed in our own works, which Is the most modem Dry Cleaning works in southeastern Kansas. No odor, rings or dust Spots left when we do yoor worlt Ma imm»y.

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