Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 19, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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ProdreM .Northward It Rathej- ky and Painful atagM.' . I "Win someonfe Wndly . tell jne," spoke tbe man fron] behind ft newspaper, "why they are always spe^dng about a dash for the poft>? My Impression of these Polar expeditions, galn^-from reading; 1H that they proceed by painful And tedious stages, creeplns ftidag over vast extianses of Ice and snow, cl.'nibing wearily ovpi the ice hills and huniniockH and stop- pins to bridge yawning crevasses and pitfalls. Tlie word 'dash' In my mind is always associated with a sharp, quick run to n certain point, and y^t ve are told that sometimes Polar explorers manage to make only a milf or two a day and that by the hardest work. How can any one call progress that often In^ts several months a 'dash?"Wn read that Wellman is golnc to make a 'dash' for the pole by mea&B of a balloon. We are told that Peary is going to make a dash tor the pole by means of ice xlcdgos drawn by Es­ quimau dogs. And now 1 see by the l>ap«r here that another explorer la going to mako a 'dash' for the pole in sledges drawn by Polar bears. Now my impressions or Polar bears are that they nrf slow and sluggish in movement. How is one going to mako a 'dash' with such ungainly creatures?" RAILWAYS BUILT FOR WAR. Russia Has Recently Completed Last Strategic Line. Russia has at length completed the great steel and concrete bridge across the Oxus at Karkl. on which It has been busy over since the • autumn of 1905. This bridge is the last and principal link in the new startegic railway which is being built between the great city of Samarkand, in Russian Turkestan, iind the little village of Bosaga, on the .\fghan fiontler, and as soon as the rails are laid, which" will be in a |few months' time, the czar will be able, should he so wish, to mass.easily a million of men upon the borders of this debatable territory. \:i other of these strateKic railways also been recently coniploted r:i>-.: r.. Caspian to Penjdeh. by way i. : "Thia means that llcrat, the tuidition ai "key of India," is now within casj striking distance of St. Petersburg. These great trunk linos have been con structed secrotly. They havo never been opend for tralUc, excejit local on certain sections. Tlioy are, in fact, railways built for war. The sterile regions through which they run can, for tbe most part, novor supiiort any permanent populatl<iii. They slop short on the frontier of Afghnnlstan. amid a Jumble of mountains :iiui nun anni's and uninhabited salt dcscrtr^. A Backwoodt Humorist. The CBSlern tourlnts dptidoil to have a little fud with a Itillvllle clllzon to whom they !hud: aiMilled fur liiforrau tion as to the rond tlicy won- traveling. "How long have you livi-d hero?" they asked."Long enough to know lipltrr." "Don't you like the country?" "When It goes to suit me." "Ever been up In an airship?' "No. When I make uii my mind to fly, I'll know whar to U^lit." "Ever ride on a rar.ni;i:l iraJu?" "No. Nighest I ever roiiic to itwuz bein' blowed uj) by a sawmill." "Well, tell us wliat "niocnsbine' liquor means." The Bilh-ille man sliiricd his "chaw" of tobacco from one j;nv to the Other, spat on tho greensward, and as he prepared to climb a feiicp. said: "H—I, and a heap of it:""—.\tlanla Constitution. Turkish Labor Too Cheap. An American nuniiifacturcr of laundry machinery tried to introduce it Into Smyrna, Turkey, but Consul Ernest L. Harris has reported that so long as the price of labor in that Turkish city remains so low the practice will rjntlnue of doing the washing at hoitoe, and there will be no opportunity for the sale of laundry machinery. Of late years in Smyrna It has become the practice, be says, to a certain extent to send the washed llne^ to public laundries for ironing and; starching, bur even this Is ceac lng.| Specifications were drawn up for the establishment of a laundry after the American plan, and careful consideration was given to the price "of coa] and labor. It was found "that the margin was so small that the undertaMng was bound to be a failure. Some oif tbe greatest bargains of the year. Thi§ is the greatest opportunity we eyer offered yoii of saving mHney on winter garments. Women's Styikh Coats $4 .95 $10.00 Long Loose Coats, liiade of •^nod quality wool fabrics in plain and Murop. warm and serviceablje. made ai JlO.iH): a great opportunity MVf uioney on a servicaljle coat •u . i :reat sale. Each ...... .|.. .W.O.'i .-|<i-i:icli Long Loose Coals, all satin Mui 'd and handsomely braided on yoke bad; and sleeves, the greatest {kalue to bo had at the price. For thlB, special .sjile, wrtrth Jlj.Oit, at <:1U.00 Handsome !^ew Coat Crentljins. remarkable values at $22.00 am $'2.i.OO. On sale lit ...!. School Coats for Girls Age 6 to 14 Years 200 New Wool I\crsey Coats in red, blue, brown,' velvjt and braid trimmed; also Aslraklun and Bear Skin Cuiits. worth. $7.50. On shie ...^i.00 Children's riolli* Coals in plain and fancy stales, C to H years, nicely trim med. worth $a.0O. Special price $34W Heatherbloom Petticoat $1195 Heatherbloom Petticoats, deep tlounce extra wide, perfectly tailored. Heatherbloom label on each skirt; $2.75 value on sale tomorrow Mercerized Satine Petticoats 95c $l..">0 .Mercerized Satine Petticoats and imitation heatherbloom $1.50 value at Sttc Sale of Furs Complete Hue of Scarfs, lloas and .Muffs at I 'ltMiey saving prices. Special Black Dress Goods Siile We have a large quantity of the finer Black Uress Goods than usual at this season: to reduce it we offer your choice of the $1.2.'> and $1.39 materials at, per yard 9Sr. 50c and 75c Suitings 39c \ great clearance of Handsome Dress Goods the assortment including Fancy Suitings, this season's newest weaves in stripes, checks, i)laid and mixtures. A big assortment to select from: our regular tJOc and 7r>c qualities, for a yard : 39c Sale of Linens 72 inch Itleached Damask marked to 50c CI inch Bleached Damask, marked to 35c 72 inch Bleached Damask, nice pattern, worth $1.00, at 75c $1.2.-. 72-inch All Linen Dama>«k beautiful paterns. absoliitely best value offered at 9Sc Fine I'urc Linen Damask beautlhil Hue of patterns, a $I..'iO quality. On sale 11.19 $17 Coats $1230 .V splendid aggregation of Stylish lx)ng Coats, handsomely - trimmed Broadcloth Coats, lined throughout with elegant satin, black, brown, tan and red. eW have been seUing these freely ever since the season opened at $17.00. For this great sale, each f UJO Stylish Caracul Coats Magnificent chances to procure one of these very stylish Coats at a great saving, 24 inch Caracul Coats, collarless effects, neatly trimmed with velvet and braid, lined throughout; a very neat, stylish little garnient, worth flS.GO, Tomorrow ... I1S.S0 Ql/ARRY MEN ARE WORKINQ. Report About DIscharne of iola Port! land workmen False. I I I ,1. IC. Curllb, superhitendi'iii of tU\- Iola Portland Cement company aii -I nounced today thrtt the quarry nnfi wire not.laid off as has been reporteii and that he could not accotmt for tho rumor, unlem It was that n KUIIK IhnI Inid been laying a pipe Ihu- in tho ti<t-th Held had flulslKMl ilm work and l.ud quit. .1. 'I", ir .lhs. who ha<i been worlilni; a gang of men laying thi" I)ipe line In tlic no i'. ' ' llnlshcd fh." work yesterila\ • • '.lie workmen were laid off to.. Mr. Curtis also said Ilia! a number of the workmeu who were let out bi cause of the eluHing of the ci 'mi-nt plant recently built at FriHlonla, wt-r,* if tills city loilay ltx)klng for pos! tli'UK ui ilf pMal lactories. Jleii that ait! nec'li'ii (loiiliili'MS will bf iilri'd. TO CONQUER WHITE PLAGUE. New Msihods of Sueesisfully Dsaling with the Disease. One assorluieiu of TrimnH-H i{atn nt reduced iirlces. Cohie in .iiul st-lect your hat. At .Miss Priboths, South Side S(|uare. Encourage Child in Music. Encourage your children If they show a fondness for music. Teach tbem little kindergarten and DOTMrr Bongi which are bright andBwlnglng. The music sbonld be easy enough for the childish "roices to master without any; dlfflciiltyl Do not start a chDd to Situdylng instrtmiental mnsle when too young, for the practicing win ' «omb a drudgery and the chfld'a. talent !may be rained. A chOd shoulll be ! at Ijsast 12 or 16 years of age betort ' 4t Is made to stndy musl^ and many aothorltles claim that le to the proper ig«i If a chUd has lio taste or tbnd. 4ts$ tor- mnale, do not force It to jitady 'or it "Win be time and money ^ramsd and It la •Binetimes ruinous to i child's dlspoattloD. Ttieery atitf Practice. JO* think aerial navigation has One of thejlmportant Duties of Phydcians and the Wen-lnformed of the World is to loam as to the Irehiiive Ptandint; and rcliabiiity of the Ieadin}r maniifactur- ers nf medicinal aRenti, as the most eminent physicians .ire the most careful as to the uniform quality and porffct purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it is "well knov \Ti to ])h> siciansi and tbe Informed generally liiat the California Fifj Syrup Co.. by reason of its 'correct methods and perfect <-iiuipment and the ethical character of its product has attained jo the hifrh sjtandin;; in scientitir and commercial circles which is accorded to siiccessfiiliand reliable housi^s onl>, and. ilicreiore, that the name of the Conii )any has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy, ITRUTH AND QUALITY apiieal to the Well-Tnfo rmed in every walk of life and arc essi;niial to i)ermanent success and creditable standinjr, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who "would enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may I)e made to contribute to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the '| proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present truthfully the subject ai d to supply the one perfect la.vative remedy which has won the apixDval of physician:; and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because of the excellence of tlie cimbination, known to all. and the original method of manufacture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. This valuable irer ledy has been long and favorably known under the name of— Syrup of Figs—and h: s attained to "world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of family la.xatives, and a5 its pure laxative principles, obtained froni Senna, are "well known to physicians an 1 the Well-informed of the world to be the btist of natural laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of— Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna:—.is more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtlrss it/willr,always be called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs—and to get its beueficial effects alwa\'S note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company — California Fig Syrup Co.—• plainlv printed on the front of everj-. package, whether you simply call for — Syrup of Figs—or by the fullijianfi—Synip of Figs and Elixir of Senna—as—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna—is tie one 'laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup J Co. and the same heretofore known by the name — Syrup of Figs — w-hich has given satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists tbroughokit the United States in original luickages of one size only, the regular price of "which 'I is fifty cents per bot.lc. , Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed withlhe Secretary of .\gricultare at Wasliingtou. D. C, that the remedy is not adulterated or tiiisbranded "within thje r|teaning of the Food and Drugs Act, J tine 30th, 1906. Louisville, Ky[ fro SYRUP CO. The noaton Consumiitives' hospiul, in opcniiig an out-patient department lu nurroiighs place for the treatment of tuberculosis. Is extending a practice with regard to controlling the spread .0^ the disease that has been approved and advised by numerous scientifici authorities and societies, says the' Uoston Transcript. Even the woman's clubs have for some time urged that measures be talten by which pedple can be Instructed in the best ways to adapt to their home life and rules and regulations followed at hospitals and sanatorioms for the arresting or cure of consumption. Those who are farthest advanced in knowledge concerning ttio treatment of tuberculosis have long been of the opinion tiat the way one lives rather than the place of living may be depended lipon to prevent or even to cure the laiiment where cure is possible. This is the answer to the threatening quarantine against consumptives froin the north, recently instituted byjsutute in Texas and llltely to be followed in other southern and western communities. VISITING CARDS FOR KINGS. Those of the German Kaiser Are the Most Imposing. The German emperor believes in being sul^ciently represented, even on a viatting card. No ordinary sised piece' of JMuiteboard will sulDce him, for W'lllliim's cards measure no leas than six) Inches In length and four in widths On the upper line is the single wotd "Wllhelm," and below are the . words "Deutacher Kaiser" and "Konlg von Preussen." The words are printed In large, fat, German script letters. Qf course, the emperor does not carry these Imposing sheeU of pasteboatxl himself: they are conflded to his chasseur, or body servant, whc follows^ him. The otlier sovereigns of Europe are content with more modest vialtlng card*, with the words upon them in Latin script. Among the simplest In size and appearance are those of the emperor of Austria and the prince of Wales. The prince has two sets of cards, obe for use abroad and the other for; England. The English one bears the "words "Tbe ^nce of Wales." the other the French equivalent, "Prlice de Gales." San Fraocisco,: Cal. US., A. New I York, N. Y Shoald N^ember's froety breexea Brl«g yioii cbdifta, eoida or, chills, Taitt Bocky Mottatafii TcaV The Chaiicss. "Which would you rather be?" asked the ambitious youth; *'a grekt speaker or k great writer?" "It all depends," answered Mr. Siri- ua Barker, "on whether you would rather take a chance on getting clergyman's sore thrdat or writer's cramp." Rebuked. Young College Woman (Interested in polIUcs)—The office should seek the man. Orahdma (rather; deaf)—I know thafa what;girls think nowadays. Bnt la my time It was considered very un- ladyllke.-^ck. M Menu Cards fcf Hunltrs. ; Menu cnrdH in ' shooting tbdges across the Atlantic/tiave many at* < tractive and uppri^ciatlvo denigns. How they will strike the.Jiigh liver" \ is hard to say. IJy ths l*S}r. that per- ''I son may be forced to become a siin- pie liver if he counts-small hot birdi among tho necessaries of his tiihlc, for sad are the reports about autumn bunting. Still, that American scarcity has nothing to dq with the before mentioned cards. Oac bears In a comer a tiny pheasaiit, made of tiny feathers, every one A perfect reprd- : duction of the real Jblrd 'a pipage', i Other game birds atsa are copied, but < at preseni: it is the pheasant that is : the chief embellishihent of the cards. Dotible Entendre. Me was a gallant'colonel of militia but scarcely a good, horseman. Owning even large an£popular ''Empori- ; urns" on even the beat of Edinburgh's j best streets, does not of itself breed | centaurs. j His mount was "fresh'' to an ex- j treme, and the silent figure of Sir Wal- \ ter Scott, lookinj;. dp:im upon tiie assembling troops frotn its marble pedestal may well have ekpected to sec an accident. That, loo," Was probably tho thought of a small street urchin, who loitered just out of re.tch of the prancing hoofs. "Boy. get away," exclaimed the ruffled rider testily. ?'Have you never seen a war horse?" *, "Ay,"'came the aniwer, "but never a waur rider."—London Answers. i ! difKCfiittoirs Are often peinianenf^ formed from a sihgle-parchaae a new eustmner makes In your store and iiew eoatomers are InTariablyinade iv^g a 'nieidal sale. We: adTOcatlB 'api^t BfHesi hjkit only the atirUas .Kind tllitr'ei(^iiA tan to nukke a vtOd'taipiifailiM. i A dlaap- ft ;

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