Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 23, 1908 · Page 6
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to 8Ut« BMH •! HMIUI Ibjr Fbice FU 'K Mifen «» IteUM TnlM to ' Help Ckedc DlMMet The KuMu City Jouru! atya: Topeka. Nor. 22.—^People eonteoi- pliuiog a tran>contlnenta] trip on any of tbe rallroedB which pass through Kinsaa must equip themselres^irlth drinking cups, it the recommendationB of the state board of health, are .followed by the legislature next Jjan ^ry: The board, will urge the pajuage of a law (orbiddiflg raUroads from maintaining cups at their water tanks In passenger cars; also forbidding the maintenance of cups at public drihk- ing fountains. It is a full day's ride across the state of Kansas, so a traveler Is liable to get mighty thirsty if be doesn't provide himself i$rlth a cup. "The greatest agency, for the spread ol the white plague is the drinking cup at poblic fountains and in rali- rbad trains," said Dr. 8. J. Crumbine, secretary of the Kansas board of health. "Tbe state has the right to abolish public drinking cups and I shall urge the legislature- to enact snch a law." Kansas has Just inaugurated i statewide campaign against tubercu losis. Governor Hoch has called ; state conference for December 2 organize a state association to com bat that disease. Kansas is perhaps freer from the white plague now than most any other state and the ofricials hope to stam]) tbe disease out almost completely. The plan of campaign Is flrnt to edu cate the people how to prevent the spread of the disease and second to establish a state hospital for the cnre of patients in its advanced stages. The educational campaign is to be conducted by the association soon (o be formed and tbe expense Is to be borne by popular subscription. A lecturer with a tuberculosis exhibit is to be placed in the field. He will visit every county seat and other big towns in the state and. lecture to school children, doctors, teachers' Institutes and «hurch gatherings, in fact, to every sort of gathering of people, including farmers' picnics and labor celebrations. At the same time he will distribute broadcast literature prepared by eminent scientists showing ho wto conquer the disease. The state itself has taken tbe Initial steps towards checking the spread of turberculosis by forbidding the* employment of "one-lungers" as «chool teachers. The semi-arid district of. Western Kansas, in recent years, has become the camping ground oi eastern people suffering with con- Bumptioni tfost of them would seek employment to sustain them while tiTlng to. be cured. A good per cent of them would branch out as school teachers. Hundreds of rural schools on the western plains would be presided over by consumptives, thus endangering the lives of the pupils. 'When the state board of health called . attiantion to existing conditions out there the state superintendent of adioola immediately issued instructions forbidding district school boards ot tbe west from emplo>ing white plotfne victims as teachers, in order to make sure that the order would be followed the state superintendent required each teacher to furnish a doctor 's certifleate in regard to health. At a. result .there ar# no "one-lungers" now teaching school in Kansas. The new order created a shortage of rural tsochers this fall, but tbe sUte superintendent says that practically all the •diools have now been supplied and that there likely will be no trouble Jn tbe future. raSS CUBED IS « TO 14 PAYS. PAZO OINTMES^^T is guaranteed to ewre ooy cose of itching, blind, bleed lag or protruding piles In 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c HAD A WIFE IN lOLA. Ooe of the Charges Made by Woman Aeainst Husband at JopHh Tbe Joplln Herald says: His ilrst "tear" since his marriage in March. 1907, may result in the ooBualtment of Charles KcCaalln to tb* peaitentiary. If his wife makes CBM .bar charge of bigamy preferred afeCosllh and 6adie Keller were mnrleft In March, 1907,! by Rev. W. Jf.- Tnmey here. Things moved along wnootUy nntil yesterday, when Mc- CakUn went home and under Inspiration acted in such a manner that the poltee force took- charge of him for the rdgbt. . The arrest of McCaslin reached a mlotlve of the woman whom Mrs. Mcpaslln claims was McCaslin's wife when she married him. Hunting up Mrs. McCaslin, this relative apprised her for the first time that her husband has a divorced wife living at loila^ Kansas. Inveirtigation led Mrs. McCaslin to beUere that McCaslin's first wife was not divorced until June, 1907. She pnwpUy-. fll^ charges of bigamy •fatfBl. her dnsband. If her informa- t }oB, Is straight McCaslin for a per -Sod tif March to June, 1907, was a big amirt. TRIED IN BECEMBER Ousiw suit Against Commissioners • Practically Set Today for Lat. ter Part of Next Month. Tbe ouster suit against the county wwniBlssloners will likely be tried be- twooB HtmniOi and 20th of Deoamber. •WhSB tbe ^docket was called this mom iagiMiorotyJ^ R. Mllier, who Is as- Bto^ tkf state, said that Attorney Goaerol Fred 's. Jisekson. who brought tlie salt, bod told .Ijdm. recently at To^ pofca that .b9 did not think he could oanel>er» to'try-tbe suit until th~e ' dttas^«bOTe Bentlooed and asked that It be Mt for that time. Attorney J. r .><taaberB.irtM> represents the oom- — aoia that tiie defense Varied'before tbe BlHlMMnb-.who L WW*" Lineiis, Dress Goods, Silks, Gloves and Hosiery $6,000 worth of Domestics from the great St. Louis $1,000,000 sale must go quickly. Gome and take advantage of the special low prices on Muslins, Calicoes, Apron Ginghams, Sheetings, Outings and Blankets. 1,000 yards rnbleacbrd Muslin, .16 Inches wide. Sale price, yard 40 1.000 yards Bleached yard «ldo Moslln, soft finish ready for the needle, regular JIOc value. Sale price, yard ,. ««0 - 3.000 yards English Torchon Lares and rnsertlons. Sale price, yard 3^ 1,000 yards Cotton Crash Toweling. Sale price, yard 2f Genuine Irish Tabic Linens, bleached fine quality, 72 inch, 11.2.5 quality. Sale price, yard 98* Ladies' Pure Linen tfandkerrhirfs, full size. reRu- lar 8%s quality. Sale price each 5^ One lot Dress Koods in fancy and plaida. 36 inches wide. Sale price yard 250 36-inch Black Taffeta 8ilk, $1.00 value in this sale, yard - 690 2.U00 yards Unbleached, yard wide MnsUn, extra good quality. Sale price, yard 6H0 . 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, extra good 25c quality. Sale price, yard ." 190 Dark and light patcrns in Ontings, checks and stripes. Sale price, yard .'50 Bleached Pillow Caxos, 42x36, extra good quality In this sale at, each 100 1,000 yards \H Top I reM, val palternx, InscrtloDS and edgings. Sale price, per yard 30 Ladles 2-Button Claep'Kid GIOTes, broken sizes, regular 11 .00 quality. Sale price, pair 690 Ladles'^ Silk Lined Mocha Gloves In brown, Krey. broken sizes, regular fl.DO quality. Sale price, pair $1.1.•» 8wea(en>ttes for the school girl In plain or fancy, regular &0c quality. In this sale at, each 390 Fancy and plain Drres Good!), In all pretty shaik-);. prices ranging from GOc. to 79c yard. In this sale choice, yard 390 36-lncb Black Taffeta, extra fine quality. Trorth 11 .39. special in this sale, yard 980 Turkey Red Calico, also.greys and blues, from the big St. Louis sale, yard 40 Apron Check Ginghams in all colors, good quality. Sale price, yard .')0 Mercerized Linen Table KapklnH, handsome patterns. Sale price, regular $^.00 quality, dozen.. 790 \ llandKoir.4 wcuven In plalu and fancy DrrxH Goods, In red. lirown, navy, elr., worth up to $1.00. In this sale at. yard .. ,.r 690 lland:;orao ijacp. and Embroidered Stork!*, all the newesit de.signa. Sale price, each A 2>')0 7'J-lnch Bleached and Unbleached Table Linens, the 50c quality in the sa'e at. yard 380 72-ineh Mercerized Table L^Den, choice patterns. Sale price, yard 690 Fancy Taffeta Ribbon. f> inches wide, regular 3r>e quality; yard 19<^ I 'ancy Snitlncs for Skirts and Tailored Suits, elc- Kant qualities, worth u]) to $1.50 yard: n the sale, yard 980 "TYS-RITE Is the name of the new Tatffta Ribbon CMprcially woren for liair BOWH. Manufacturers hare had difficnity In getting Jnst the right nelght and the right stiffness for a Iwir Iww. This maker has Solved the I'rnblrni. W> Imvc it in all sbudrs TYSHITK. 14 InrhcM wide, per yard tJ9^ TYS-RITE. oU Inchrt. wide, at per yard. 33e TYS-BITE, 6M Ihchen wide, at per yard SJlkd, 500 yardu i)f l-'ancy Press Silks in K<iod shades. Sale price, yard 390 36-Inch Black Pesu De .Sole Silks, $1.1';. value In this sale, special, yard 890 Pancy Cotton Suitings in broken plaldi; and checks good 2.5c quality. Sale price..yard ...152^0' Pure Linen Fancy Fri;iged Towels. 3.5c quality for each 340 72x90 Bleached Sheets, good quality. Sale price each 390 .Ml Silk Taffeta Ribbons, 40 and 60, in all colors. Sale priro, yard 100 Curly Astrnifiin for Children' Cloaks. 5 inches wide, the regular $1.75 quality. Sale price, yard $1.15 One I<>t Dress Silks in fancy strfj)*, suitable for Suits and \Vai:;lc, worth 75r. in this sale, yard... "590 36-inch Sarin flncheKS. jiint- the thing for party dresses and dress skirts. Special per yard ...$1.25 10-4 Cotton nianketR in tan. gray, white. Sale price pHir 480 10-4 A.'ihwood Blankets in grey, tan, white, soft Ger man finish, per pair in this sale 750 12-4 Alliance Cotton, extra large size, Mg enoi)gh for twn. Bale iirlce. per pair $1.50 11-4 Syeanioro WoWoI Klankets, ali.solnlely sanitary. Sale price, per pair $.5.00 A few more Goitsard Corsets in broken sizes, on sale,at. pair $3.50 =to=wear Apparel Big Smtm of GMb maa Fur Goats All Wool Kersey Coats 52 inches long, new styles. Spec\ iai at^ |.».00 All Wool Broadcloth and Kersey Coats in senil-fittcd and empire effects. Special sale price .... $7.98 AH Wool Kersey and Broadcloth Coats 54 Inches long. .... $10.00 newest models, all colors. Special at Beautiful Broadcloth Coats, satin lined throughout. Special at $I*.QO Don't fall to see our new arrivals In Coatfi at \ $18,00, $30.00. $25.00. $80.00 Fur Oomtm Special prices for Special prices for this sale only $2*J)0, $80.00, $35.00, $40.00, $50.00 I /&W SUrim Jumt in from MowYorit In Plain and Fancy Worsteds at $»J8, $iJt8, tiSS, $7.98, $10.00, $12.50 Loiiiom'Tailoroa SuUm Ladles Tailored Suits worth $25 00 For ., $15.00 Ladles' Tailored Suits worth $30.00 For $20.00 ; /• Ladies' Tailored Suits worth $35.00 For $25JM> Ladles' Tailored Suits worth $40.00 For $30.00 Ladles' Tailored Suits worth $45.00 '"-"^.^"^ For '. $35J)0 ^^^^^ diiidron'm Gomlm At special prices tor this Thanksgiving sale Bearskin Coats In all colors at $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $5.00, $(U0 Children's Cloth Coala at greatly re. dared prices during this Thanksgir- ing nale Kow Wmlmio In Silk and Net. Also New Tailored Waists. mi

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