Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 23, 1907 · Page 2
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MiBfUalc Resalcii, who lias bdcn employed as stenographer for thu United Iron \\'|Qrks coiuiiany of t^ta city, .mft yostordny fo- Saar. Okln., 'where she has accejited a iiositlbn with a railroad company. * • + Miss ray Goff, of Kansas City. \v.i>l spend this wcclt with Miss Birdio Hoch. •> • • Milss Llla Lee is 8|M>ndlng tho hp i days with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. l.oe, of, 203 South Buclieyc. Miss I..CC Is attending Lorctta Academy at Kansas City. . * + * Misses Elizabeth and Tx)ra I^eacb have gone to Baldwin to spond the holidays with their parents..*. • • Mrs. Rankin and .daughter. Mifei? Dessie, are here from Lawrence for a two weeks' visit with Miss Cora Johnson and other friends. • • • Mrs. P. W. Fitzgerald will return today from California, where she has been spending the winter. • • * A. J. Clllessen came in last evening from Fort Scott and will visit a few days with his brother. J. P. Clllessen before returning to his home in Cof feyville. * • • Mrs. Eufiene I.aup!hlin . left this morning for ^"^kita. Okla.. to spend the holidays with her parents. + + + Mrs. Walter E. Covert came in Saturday evening from Harrington, Kas., and will • spend Chrisimas with hOr parents, Mr. and Mrs. R Swain. • • • Mr. and Mrs. p. J. McClelland left yesterday for Oklahoma to visit with relatives during the holidays. • I * + Mrs. S. R. Rnbortsnn of S12 Soutli Walnut, entertained tho Ward o'nb last Thursday. The hirelness of thp order was attended to, after which Jighl rcfreshpionis were served. ThoKo present weni Mrs. Naplsr, Mrs. I>. A Thompson, Mrs. M. Leaho Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Pete Allen. Miss Nellli> Spain. Mrs. Minnie Robertson. .MISK Ora E. Robertson. Mrs. H. Hutchin Bon. •!• •:• •> will Entertain Friday Euchre Cub. Mrs. B. E. Alllsnn, 829 Norih .I.f frrson, will entertain the Frldar Euchre,club next Friday afternoon a! her home, and requests the members to be present by 2:15. + 4. + Mr. and :^frs. J. W. McCall went to Kansas City yesterday for a week's visit with friends. For a Ch istmas Remembrance We have everything in the Jewelry Line—dainty things- Inexpensive articles—and gifts to suit any purse. .If it's KIcta Cat GUsB, Hand Fainted China, Solid Silver, PIsfed Things in Silver, Silver Xdreltles, .Hanl- cnre Sets, Toilet Sets or a multitude of small articles we have them in prices within the reach of all. AVe are offering special prices as an induoement to buyers this week. McNElL BROTHERS. THE JEtmELOt*. Mrs. Fitzgerald, whp has been visit-1 lug in IJOS Angeles, Calif., for the imst two months. They will visit a day orj two in Kansas City before returning home. .Mrs Tl. n. Khert; came down from rhan'itc .Ills aftornoon for a short v;^iit with .Miss Grace Fitzgerald, of •:2i South Cl-.cstnvif. • • * the Little Orphans Entertained. Ijist Saturday afternoon the little Chicago, where he will enter th folks at the Orphans' Home were in University and take up the the saceess of the event being due largely to the cordial hospitality of the host and hostess. , * + ~ ' • Baker Univanity Banquat. • Tbe second Baker University banquet will be held at the Our W^y to night, with Mr. E. W. Myler as toastmaster. The following: program will he given: "In the Days of Long Ago" Dr. O. L. Garlinghouse I "The Baker of Today" Mr. Charles Braden I "The College Youth" Mrs. A. V. Lodg ? *Trom a Minister's Viewpoint".. Rev. I. N. Benhani "The Glee Club" ... .Mr. Beryl Green "Chasing the Festive News Item" Mr. Perl Barton "College Scraps" Mrs. W. O. Anderson "The Strenuous Life"..Mr. A. L. Ryan 'As It Appeas to Me" , ^ Dr. 1* H. Murlln * • + I C AV. B. M. Entertainment Postponed. The entertainment, which was to have been given last evening by thr Christian church cfcolr, was postpon ed until next Sunday evening, on account of tho Inclement weather. Th-.following program Is to be given: Scripture Reading—Mrs. R, H. Ellett. Prayer—Mrs. L. L. Collins. Anthem—Choir. Paper, "The Heaveubom Mission of Motherhood"—Mrs. G. E. Talbert I Vocal Solo—Dr. Edith Halgh. Paper "The Achievements of the Past Year"—Mrs. M. M. Williamson. Paper "Plans and Aims for the New Year"—'Mrs. James McClarnan. Vocal Solo—Miss Golda Ifcmljer. Address—Rev. R. H. Ellett Offlerlng and Bcnedlctltm. •:• • • Arthur Crouch is home to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. an Mrs. P. V. Crouch. * • * Dr. EXlIth Halgh will entertain the Misses Netella and Florence Loy, of EmporJa, tho latter part of the week Tho Misses \x>y are students at Bal er University. .;. .J. Chas, Smeltzer to Chicaao. Chas. Smeltzer left this afternoon Wm. O'Bamson to Marry. Mr. Wm. OBanlson wl'l leave for ^lestphal'a on Wednesday evening, where he will he married to Miss l.e Vina Sattler, Thursday at """" -HiC^. O'Banlson has a pood position wiftT" the lola Steam Laundrj-. ' After the ceremony the young people will return to lola and will make their home here. , • • • Mrs. O. R. Smith and, children left this morning for Maconib. III., for a visit with Mr. Smith's iiaronts. • • • Little Gleaners Meet The Little Glean.?rs met Saturday afternoon 'at the home ot Miss Rach"! Watson. All the members were pros ent and report a very pleasant and profitable meeting. + + * Another Christmas Weddino- Invitations are out for the marriaju? of Miss Avis Ritter. eldest I daughter of A. H. Ritter, the contractor, and Mr. Clyde O. Ebchbaugh, of En'd. Ok'ta The weMtiig. will occur at the home of the bride's parents. 302 North Walnut Thursday evening. December 26. Miss Alfa Duncan will leave in the morning for Kansas City to spend tbe week with friends. i . * .> * F. W. Fitzgerald left this morning for Kansas City, where ho will meet \\W([ to ibe parliirs of the Christian (liureh, where tli<«j' were-entertnlnoil V.y tli.f .lunlor Eniteavor society. Mu- slr. reclti'tinns and games were in- •iiilsed in and the little folks had a merry time.. Refneshments were served during the atternoon. The En- deavorers pre.ienfed the children with a larto b.isket of apple--- and a very bnnilsome quilt that had been madf liy tha society. • • • Birthf^ay Party. Miss Iva Newman ent-rtalni-d ;i number of her little friends Saturdaj afternoon in honor of her elKlith birthday. A datnty lunch was scrvef! during tho afternoon. * * MTS. Ella Ke.ssler and Miss He'eu Kessler will Icaye tomorrow for Wul nut Kansas, to fepend Christmas with relatives. • * • Evenino Eucher Party. Ono of the most elalwrate function? which has been held to usher in tho holiday sea'son was the International Military Euchre party which Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dewey gave on Saturday evoning. The parlors wer<» nrofusely trimmed with holly, flags of the nations and graceful draperes o'' led. white and blue. Red candles shad.-vl by ornaments of the same col or wnrc used to light the rooms. Prrcedir>K the hour at cBTds a fiv- rour .se menu was served at sfvora' tables, each of which was decorater with small flags. Mrs. Dnwey wa. ai=slsted by the Mirsses Duncan an ' Miss Trean I >oTFderroilk. During the various contests bf Iween countries represented by oecu pants of the card tab'es the prizr" .were flars, Germany winning th« highest number of games. The twen ty four Rucs!^ ,who resjionded to th< Invitations enjp.ved (he most uniqui and pleasant card party of the winter itudy of medicine. He exp »H ?ts to llii ish his course in tho Rush Medic; College there. Mr. Smeltzer has beo for some time employed as chemist at iliB Prime Wnstem Works No. 3, and has a host of friends in lola who will be glad to hear of his success. + + * House Party. M'ss yifity Northrup will entortai I he following young ladies at a hous ^arty this week: Misses Helen Me Claln. of Kansas City. Misses Juli Snyder, Helen Moulton, Helen and Hortense Myers, of Fort Scott On next Friday afternoon Miss Northn will give, a reception to Introduce her guests. • • • N. H. McEntyre. of Petrolla, Is visiting friends in tho city. • • * Will Visit in St Louis. 'Miss Bella Horwitz, of tho New York Store, will leave Christmas rnoming for St I^ouls for an extend <.'d visit with her parents. * + + Miss Florence Mitchell arrived yes 'erday morning from Parsons where she teaches in the city schools. Miss .Mitchell will spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mit chell, Cll South Washingotn. • • • Miss Harriett McMillen is hom from Washhum college, Topeka, to ! i)end the holidays v.'ith her parents Dr. and Mrs. R. N. McMillen. FOR SALE OR TRADl*::—81 acre farm In Missouri. Inquire I»04 North State. Special Offering for the Next Few J3ays. .On account of the haiyl tlnics, we have reduced all of the prices on Watches and jewelry, so that any one wishing make a handsome present can get;lt at a very close price. (IITC ns* a Call. • 17 Jewel Elgin or MI331 Lady's site 25-.vear hand­ somely iertgraved with 15 jewel Elgin or Waltham Itham, ftl^ mmtmmX. ......../ft&M riRCrLATI\G "WILD CAT." I Bad Cnrrenry Is Belnir Circululed as ' "Real Money." Some of the old "Wild eat" curren ^y Is being circulated here again. This Tiornlng a ^5 bill having Inscribed on t "The Merchants and Planters Bank •f Savannah. Georgia," was pre.srntcd o a professional man. He readily recognized that this bank had gone ;.>ut of business a number of years ago vnd, of course, would not accept it. ; rbe bearer saM that he had taken It l ^'n change for "real money." J.ilV. COFFEY C son; FIRST BIG SNOW YESTERDAY. I Two and One-half Inchea of Snow Fell in Elevtn Houra. In the two and one-half inches of ;now that fell between 3:30 o'clock •yesterday afternoon and 2 o'clock this ^•momlng there was almost one-ha'f inch of water. The water which falls In this way will soak into tbe ground tnach better than If it had come in •the form of rain and consequently Iwlil be much better for tbe winter Jhi There waa much more water tin tbe anow yaetarday than la usually fonad'in the same amoahL BROOKniS REFUSED (Continued from page 1.) tho state waa "hot after them." Tha result of the state's efforts to bring the witnesses Into Justice Potter's court will be watched with Interest County Attorney Carl PetJrson opened for the state, telling what th lirosecutlon expected to prove. He stated that the. prosecution expected to prove that Miss Kellly, upon whom tho criminal operation was performed, and in which Mr. Wheaton is charged with being implicated, nmde a trip to Kansas City early In the fai: and consulted a physician as to th? advisability of having an abortion per formed; that on November 2l8t, Miss Reilly went to Ft Scott and register ed at a certain hotel as Mrs. Maud Murphy; that Mr. Wheaton had gone there the evening before; that on the 2lBt Miss Rcllly and Mr. "Wheaton cou suited a physician there as to having an operation performed on Miss Reil ly. and that Mr. Wheaton represent! d himself to be her husband. He alsa read the coroners' verdict which found that Miss Reilly died from the effects of a criminal operation, followed by typhoid fever, and that Mr. Wlheaton was implicated in tho operation. Dr. P. S. .Mitchell who waited on Miss Reilly was the first witness for the state. Practically every questUin asked the witness was objected to by the defense, all of which were overruled. It is evident that the defense will fight the case vigorously. At three o'clock Dr. Mitchell's testimony had not brought out anything of Importance. John Goshorn Is conducting the ca:-e for the defense. Colonel Atchison has been cmi)U).\ed to assist the state. REMOVAL SALE! Dee-Lighted to sell you Gut GIas.s, Hand Painted China, Silverware, Jewdry, Watcheis, Clocks, Bracelets at 25 per cent, Dltcount. A Real Keductfon! No Fake! Sewall, Jcwele*. First Door North of the Postoffice THAY ARE FRESH. A choice assortment of this popular brand at CRABB'S. When you buy Lowney's Chocolates here, our perional pledge of their freshness goes with them. Get your next candy at Crabb's and see how well It pleases you. CRABB'S DRUG STORE, Corner Washington and West Sts. CLM.SE FOR T»(> WKKKS. KanHas Portland to Shut Down Trin- porarll). Announcement was made oITlcially today that the Kansas Portland ('<•- mem comiiany would close tluir works for a perlcMl covering two weeks. This will lay off about two hundred men. BROUGHT BALL BACK. Undcrsheriff A. l.» Uoatritbl rum • in from Cberok?e. Kas.. yesterd;iy. Iirlni;Ing with him Peter B.ill, en tin- ft arge of contempt of court Several months ago .Mrs. Ball wn^ granted a divorce by the court and alimony. He will be arraigned soi time tomorrow. DB. MeJOLLEK. Special attention given to tbe * treatment of all Chronic Diseaa- * es and Diseases of Children. * Telephones: Office 32, Res. 232. * Office In Mra, Tumer'a Bldg.. • West Madison. THEATRE Mr. IJ. A. Turner annouiieea the permanent opening of tbe '.'IJachetor Theater" by offering the MERRY MINSTREL MAIDS A Mirtbnl, Musical Melnuge. Commencing Christmas Matlnco and continuing remainder of week with change of specialties nightly. Phone 554. fola, Kana. * Hit. EpITU 8. fiAKSn. Office and Residence over tixit- * rell'a Drug Store. * Office Houra—10 to 12 a.' BL. I * to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 eTenlnga. ' Sundays by Appointment " Phone 687. Res. 701. •!* F. H. MABTIX, .DR. 0. L. COX, Surgery and Diseases of Eye, Ear. Nose and "Throat * j * Women. Bpactaclea Properly Fitted. •;* omce and Residence Phone 576 Office A. O. U. W. Bldg. • i • Office 7 .North Jefferson. Office Phone 1083. Night Phone 406. OB. B. U. CUK18TIAN. Pkyilelaa and Sirgeaa. Rooma 7 and 8. Erana Bldg. .1* Prices, 10c-20c GBA.XD THEAtEB, Tnesday Nighty De«. SI. CIIABLES B. HAXFORD, In a Notable Revival of •^ANTHONY AND rLEOPATK.V ' A Bumptuou .s scenic prodnction; new and novel electrical elTccts; a chorus and ballet of unusual attrac Uveness, beantifully costumed will ten<l to make this engagement one of the best offerings of tbe year. Curtain at 8:15. Positively no one seated during an act ifeaU on Sale Monday. Dec. 30. Meca,.... ..^e ^.»c4ClUt Tel. 198. Office Tel. 163. DB. J. R. PEPPE& Oeatist la permanently located over E. C. McCIaln'a Clotblng Store, and la prepared to do all Unda ot np-to-dat« dental work. Bvening work by appointment DR. W. B. HEIUniH. rtayaielai. A SorgeaB. Office N. E. Corner of Sqoara. Over K. C. Plumbing Co.'a Store. Res. Tel 38. Office TeL 502. • P. L. Latbrop. • Mrs. Bessie O. I.athrop. • OSTEOPATHIC PHTSICIAHS.! • SpecUl attention given to Ote>i • eases ,oI Women and Children.! • Over Bast Side Hardware. • Office 'Phone, Main 468, Take the to make yov\r Holiday Ylslts. Rates are low and service unequalled. tPlease see us for tJme of trains, connections, reservations and so forth. The^Oar Way»* Restaurant MBrohmmim'lumeh25o Everything in Season. SHORT QRUURS OH ALI. KINDS W.E Ralston AGEHT. »f EYER'A OROCERY M«a4«wrUf« tor Good Thin to E«t 4jPlacatoMi^<^ ^""^ Oaaa lU^bul ^Mi

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