Mtsp'Besrie Berton. the charming partner of C. 8. Tyler, now appeariDg at The Auditorium m "The MaUnee a Irl and the Professor." Tonight they win feature the "Merrj- Widow Waltz." —Flitiferaidt Aalo Uttrj. Phone. * • • Pink Is in Favor. . Paris is outdoing itself this season inJU de^cate schemes of color and gaperal decoration. For example, pale shell-pink. 80 soft in tint that it suggests nothing more than the faint flush on the inner petals of the apple blossom., has become a great favorite with brunettes. With one of these dainty shell-pink frocks In combined moss-green, introduced by the means of a huge butterfly bow, which catches the soft sleeve draperies on the right side alone, the idea being to make the sleeves contrast, in another sheU-pInk frock the tunic was slashed from the hem to the top of the under arm seam, and a row of small velvet blush rosea took the place of buttons, and were used In exactly the same way. This original touch excited the admiration of all the women who saw it. and it has resulted in a rush of imitations. Sbcll- plnk is expected to be one of the mo:u plpular of the new shades fur the late winter and spring. Already li has been seen' In the opera hoiiKis In this city. + * * Mitt Boner Home. Miss Elizabeth Boner, who Is at tending a Kansas City schuul of arts, returned yesterday for hor mid-wlii ter vacation at home. • <• * Sewing Club Party. MIsa Mayme Anderson informally entertained a number of girls, mem bers of her Sewing club for the after noon party yesterday. A Ave o'clock luncheon was served during the social hour. * + • Mothers' Club. The Mothers' Club of Biiililt'r» Chapel had an especially intoresiing jmeetlng lyesterday afternoon. Mrs. Cora Price lead the devotionals and an interesting feature of the afternoon was an address by Mrs. H. ' Bollinger on things of interest the members. Next week the club will observf the Christmas season with an elaborate program. Special music will be rendered and the papers will be ii keeping with the day. • + * For Club Members. Miss Rosalia Charles gave a six o' clock dinner and an informal party with cards" last evening for several girls who belong to her Sewing club The guests spent the afternoon with music and needlework and after dinner several seta were made up for card games. Miss Katherlne .lones was the club's guest. * + + To Return From Kansas City. Miss Clara Bowlus and Miss Hazle Bowlus are expected home In a few days from a visit In Kansas City. • + + Progretatve Club. The Progressive club of Oas City was ntertalned by Mrs. J. E. Huntci last evening tor the prograni and social evening which Is enjoyed fort All This Week MI9S BESSIE BERTON AND C. S. TYLER In. "The .Matinee Girl" FealiirinK the Merry Widow WWU. TUESDAY SIGHT BASKET BALL Auditorium vs. Baker University Clame Called 9iS0. TlieAUDlTORIDM to SAMPLE 8MLEI Wmimhmm, Jmvkmtry Thin HBle will rontlnae until Christ, mas A MTIB; of from S5 p^r rent to .*iO per rent on tbr Dollar. 9liM Ebony Toilet Set In Fine cMe $10.00 9i%M IXtanj Toilet Set in fine rase, only 9iM Bnidreds «f OUirr Big Bargains in Gift Goods. nightly. Mrs. Roy Taylor led the history, lesson and the paper of the evening was read by Mrs. F. Frevert. The subject was the events in France after Louis XIV came Into power. Th-.roll call was answered by extracts from works of French authors. + • * To Give Luncheon. .Miss Gertrude Holmes and Mi »s Lela Holmes have asked guests for a luncheon to be given on Wiednesday. December 23. Their honor guests will be Miss .Mary Hllles of Sapulpa. Okla.. Miss Gladys Northrup and Mi »s Ruth Swallows who are coming from Chicago for the holidays, and Ml8.« .Mary Northrup who Is attending Hosmer House, St. Louis. + * + Cheerful Circle. A very pleasant afternoon party was given at the home of Mrs. W. S Kauffman on South Buckeye street yesterday afternoon when she had the Cheerful Circle members as her i;ue«ts. Gift needlework for Christ mns occupied the afternoon and Miss Floy Houser assisted at the tea table when luncheon was served. Those present were Mrs. R C Remsberg. Mrs. C. M. Cole. Mrs. A. V. I.onmsters. .Mrs. C. F. Hlldner, Mra^ D. H. Brewer, Mrs. C. E. Wendorff. MrM .Mm D.'vlin. .Mrs. Claude Stewart, MrH. W. S. Kauffman. Mrs. I. W. McCall, Miss Floy Houser. Mitt Kauff- uiiin iiM <l MIsH Mary Romsherg. • > * Wednitday Club. One of the enjoyable social events of ihe week was the card party Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ifo^wland %vi*s laat night for thoir club, the W«dneiday Kuchre. The several tablet were De cupled for the clnb game and later a beautifully decorated supper was served In courses. Miss Lena Lord. Miss Evelyn Howland and Mr«. Oeo. DeClute assisting the hostess. Guests other than the club members were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Edgerton and Mrs. Geo. DeCIute. • * * To Visit Sister. Mrs. J. T. Crosby, of Kansas City will be among the visitors who will spend Christmas in lola. She will be guest of her sister, Mrs. F. E. Sallee. • • • Mr*. Elder Coming. Mrs. Pierre EHd^r of dstUw* wlQJlie here next week foi- a «hort Tisit witk relatives. " t ^kUt^'whiet^ ib4^ are to make their home, , To KenMa City. . Mm. W. B. Kauffman and Mist Floy Houaer left today for a aliort stay in Kuau City. T^ le Home^ for Chritti^at. , RoBoOe Wood, w^o it attending the Kemper Military aoidamy at Boone* ville, Mo., it expeeted to arrive on Saturday to be here for the bolldayt. He will .visit hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wood. Will 'Go to'^Boston. Miss Adelaide Dewey who has spent the past month here with her brother, Mr. W. F. Dewey, leaves next week for Boston, Massachusetts. Mrs. Nei;thnip IHome. Mrs. F. A. Northrup has returned from a short stay in Kansas City. • •+. Missionary Meeting. The Missionary society of the U. B. church is having a meeting thhi afternoon at the church. • + + . Dyke Builders. The l>oya of Bnildera' chapel who belong to the Dyke Builders will have a busines* meeting tonight. The meeting will be held In the chaple room. • •«• To Qlvo Concert. MIsa Lora Cooper, of Parsons, was ,in lola for a short time a few days [ago enroute to Ottawa where she will fpend seveM days with friends. iUss Cooper i3 arranging for a recital to be given on the evening of December 28 witli a program of vocal and piano numbers. Among those who will asafst .is Mr. Arthur Baughman of Ottawa, who Is to sing several I groups of numbers. .Miss Cooper is to have a house parly durmg the week end previous to the recital and entertain a number of friends from lola and Kansas City. T + Home for Two Weeks. Miss Maude Minrow of E;mporla and Miss Florence Mitchell of Parsons, are to arrive on Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mitchell, 514 South Whahington avenue. They will be here for two weeks. + - + Home From Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sommers returned yesterday from Kansas City where they have been spending a week with friends. : Although they went t6 "The De?^ laat night, > Iol» theaire foera do not appear today aa it they were rea6Te^ Ing fftun a night's diaaipation. They are lookHcg well, tiling good, and are, liberal in their . praise, of thli night'a experience. All are willing to admit that "The Devil" made good. Borne of they aay the play waa not the kind they expected, but only a few are aaying that it waa not up to what they expected. That the play has a moral, a lesson, and that It Is portrayed In a iiniqde and unusual manner all are agreed. In building the plot, the playwright Intended to show that the devil Is always at hand, ready to take advantage of those who listen to him and to utilize the moment of weakneas that comps In the life of nearly everyone. The action centers about the title role, which is played by Edwin Fores- burg. A cold-blooded, scheming satan, setting out to destroy and ruin, his every word and movement are followed closely. Foresburg played the part well, difficult as It Is, giving to the play the atmosphere and color it must have. A few times in his climactic parts his enunciation did not seem to be the best and a few words were lost, but otherwise he wa.s superb. Scenically, the play is not showy, but is rich and appropriate. The suiv port Utted in nicely with the central flgure and performed very creditably. A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRqPF. ZEMO stops Itching instantly and will cure any case of Dandruff or itching Bcalp. ZEMO destroys the dandruff germ and prevents falling liair. It will g ve the hair arich glossy color and leave le scalp clean and hcalthv. For sale evcrywliere. Write for sample, £. W. Rose Medicine Co., St Louis. For saile at Burrell's Drug Store COLLEDGE TONIGHT Native of Scotland to iJelirer Lecture at Presbyterian Church This Evening. APPOINTED GUARDIAN Jury Finds That Sheridan Ytagcr Is Incapable of Looking After IIIN <lwn Affairs. The Jury of six men who heard the evidence In the application for a guar dian for Sheridan Yeager. returned a verdict laiit evening that the young man was feeble minded and not capable of looking after his affairs. The jury did not find that he was Insane. This means that Probate Judge Smith will appoint a guardian. While none has been appointed yet as guardian. Hon. J. T. Tredwaj'. for many years a friend of the family, will likely be appointed as an application for his appointment was nmde. The hearing took all of yesterday, the evidence closing at six o'clock. The Jury reached an agreement at seven o'clock. By the death of his mother last August, Yeager came into possession of considerable property. For years he has been suffering from epijepsy which it is claimed has so weakened his mind that he Is incapable of looking after his affairs. His mother, however, had told her son shortly before her death that she did not want him to have a guardain and because of her request, largel.v. the young man fought the application. Granted Charter. The state charter board which met Wednesday, granted a number of charters to Kansas institutions. It vranted an increase to the Humboldt Gaa company. Hp Vour money 'a worth in Watehea and Jewelry Is never an extravagance if bought from a reliable firm. Jewelry never wears ou and •good watches are worth every cent asked for them. .Our large buyings allow of smaller profits than can be had elsewhere. So that your money's worth" Is a certainty when you trade with us. Our fine stock Is up to date always. Our guarantee goes with every sale. See our display at once. Dr. Wni. A. Colledge, head of the department of literature In the Armour Institute, will lecture this evening In the Presbyterian church. This Is the second number of the Y. M. C. A. lec- tui-e course and Is considered one of the best. Dr. Colledgu Is u native of Hcotlund und wuB educated In the city of Edln- burg. lie spent three years tniveling In Africa, u part of whieh time he was with Stanley. His readings of Scottish poetry und his character sketches .if Cacluren und liarrle always please. During the |iaHt Chautauqua season. Dr. (!olledKe delivered forty-five addresses. The subject of tonight's lecture is "Sandy's Characteristics." This Is his favorite subject and the one which has been selected by the majority of the lecture course committees through out the middle west. WANTED—Girl, for general housework; no washing. Call at 22^ Eart dtreet. WANTED—An experienced salesman or grocery order man who wishes to work up a tea and coffee route. Good paying business and permanent to the right party. For further particulars write or call on the Grand Union Tea Co., 704. Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kas. WANTED—Good housekeeper; no washing or ironing. Must be good cook. Mrs. J. W. Coffey. WANTED TO RENT—About January 1st to ifith, seven or eight room modern house, close In: east side preferred. Apply to R. G. Hall at Acid Works. WANTED—Two young ladies to solicit. . C. F. Florence, Rooms 10 and 11, Evans Block. WANTED—All kinda of second hand household furniture.—The lola Furniture Exchange. A. W. Beck, Prop. Phone 5:5. • WANTED—lola property to exchange for Kansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. Office ovfer Iowa Store, lola, l£at. • J 6 HN. 0. WOODIN, M. D. • • Phyaleton and Snrgcen • • Over Burrell's. Phone 148. • * DR. McMILLEN, • * Special attention given to. the * * treatment of all Chronic DIseas- • * ' es and Diseases of Children. • * Telephones: Office 32, Res. 232 • * Office over Burrell's Drug Store • • Phone 687. Res. 701. • * DR. R. 0. CHRISTIAN • * Physician and Surgeon . * • Rooms 7 and 8. Evans Bldg. • F. H. MARTIN, • * Surgery and Diseases of * • Women. • • Office and Residence Phone 576 • * Office 7 North Jefferson. • FOR RENT—Three room house on North Walnut. Inquire 211 North Walnut. FOR RENT—Eight room, modern house with barn; 520 South Walnut. Phone 249. FOR RENT—Two furnished downstairs rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 1294. '228 North Third. FOR RENT—House at 203 North Walnut. Inquire Allen County State Bank. tUmm FOR SALE—Fine residence lot, ftne block from street car line and one block from high school. Phone 412. FOR SALI-:—Barn. Inquire Dr. Pepper, 15 West. Madison. • ' • • Plione 687. Res. 701. • • . DR, 0. L. COX, • • Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. • • Spectacles Properly Fitted. • • Office A. O. U. W. Bldg. * • ' . * • ••••• •«»«»«»»»»»r-« JEWELERS. B. F. Pancoast, old reliable Jeweler. 110 East Street. 'Lodge Dbectofy KNIGHTS OF PITHIASi^eoaho Lodge No. 43 meets every Monday night at K. of P. Hall. Viaitbig brothers invited. W. S. Thompson, E. C.. Chris Rltter, K. of R. and 8. FOR SALE—Two Bush & Gerts pianos slightly used, left with roe for tale by Chanute parties. These are bargains. John V. Roberts Music Store. FOR SALE—A 22-acre fruit and truck farm, 2 miles north of Gas City. Good bottom land. J. W. McWilllams. Gas City, R. R. 1. T Are you thinking of buying a Watch? If so It cost you nothing to gee our stock and compare prices. Give us a cull. J. W. COFFEY & SON Exelnalve Jewelera. EAST SIDE St^UARE. £057 mmd fOUKO LOST—Lady's gold: watch and fob, diamond 'set in back; initial B. G. T. engraved on front. Return to this office. Reward, • ', KNIGHTS OF MACCABEB&— Knights of Maccabees of the World meots in K. P. Hail second and fourth Saturday nights of each month. J. W. Postwalt. commander; R. B. Porter, record keeper. >V. 0. W.—€amp No. 101 meeta in T. Steele, C. C, A. H. Davis, Clerk. Visitors cordially Invited. Jf. \Y. A.—The M. W. A. Lodge meets every KrlJ|;>v ••'-lii l-i M. W. A. Hall. Visiting I :'. !i is ii-li...* p. o. Coffleld.' V. C. W. .V. Cowan. Clerk. ROYAL NEIGHBORS.—lola . Camp No. 365. Royal Neigbbora, meets tee« ond and fourth Tuesdayi of each month. Mrs. F. A. Wctgner, oracle^ .Mrs. Mary Hutton, 413 Weat Street, Recorder. . FOR gxoMMmae Six Clear La Harpe residences 97000 and 13000. Cash for merchandise or fan^. W. O. Lenbart, lola. Kas. 00000000000000006 O 'PUBLIC SALE. O O Four years experience in the sale O O ring prei)ares me to give un- O O equalled and. guaranteed service O O as an auctioneer. My service free O Otor a few sales. Reference, Allen O O Co. State Bank. E. E. Tickers. O 6 Phone 835: 1204 N. Jefferson O 000000000 00 000000 FRATERNAL BROTHEBHOODr- Fraternal Brotherhood No. 389 meeta second and fourth Thursday.of each month in A. O. U. W. Hall. VlslUng members cordially Invited. W.'H. Anderson, president; Golda Elam aocre- tary. WHISKEY AND A MAN, Bad Liquor Reipohtlble for the Downfall of Victor Olion. A warrant charging Victor Olson, of Savonburg, with being drunk and disorderly, was Issued by W. D. Cope, an assistant proaecutor, from the court of Justice 0. 8. Potter, thir afternoon. Olson was brought to the county jail by B. B. Richardson, an officer from 'Savonburg. . OUR TELEPHONE. Is constantly ringing these days. Now Is the time, you know, to have all the summer dust cleaned out of your carpets. We are busy, but your order will receive prompt and careful attention Phone us today. lOLA RUG FACTORY Phone iilO. REAL BASKET BAIL Auditorium Hat Secured the Baker University Team for Tuesday Night. A deal was closed last night by Captain Roberts of the Auditorium Olson's case is a pitiable one. and,team to bring the Baker University bis downfall is dut to ap unquench-' team here next Tuesday night. Bald- able thirst for liquor. He seems to ,. ^ . ^ „, KO<.I,O» be in a state of severe mental decline J" ^^^^ and It Is probable that his sanity will. '«> this sute and hae produced some be tested in the probate court, the fast teams. Young Mason, .a son of mUdemeanor warrant having been Is- Rev. Mason, made an enviable record S lSe ''Srro 'f"'the "':hSS,"S ^n ^ ^eam. In o,.er to ao Imagines that he is called to preach.. <»'>»od.ate the skaters and the busl- He says that be made a trip to heav- ness men the game will not be called en with the Savior last night and that.this time until 9:30. God tells him what to say and ^hen to say It. Justice Potter set Olson's faearirtg for next Monday morning. 1 / . Notice. 'AH thoee wishing to answer letters Wi4tti^ by children of the Orpban't t^^i^jar.br la any way contribute to We Mean Butineaa. FOR CHILDREN The Maffin Shop, by Louisa Garnett, illustrated in colors and tilack, by Hope Dunlap. Really Babies, by Elizabeth Brownwell illustrated from real photographs 0/ children. Peter Pumpkin In U'onderland, by Ida M. Htuchenson, pictures and drawings by Mary I. Hunt. Kooseveit B^'ars Abroad by Seymure iCaton. Little Women, lioulsa M. Alcolt. new special edition, pictures from the fire dollar edition. A big book over 200 illustrutloiia; old but always new. Only $1,00. ' "Dame Courtesyt," Ikmk of guessing contesta. by Ellye Howell Glover. Noveltlea and Hon to Make : Them, fully illustrated. .. "The New Rag Books that are ': washable, fast colors, just the thing for the little folks. Hundreds .of old books in new dresses, prettier and cheaper than ever. Better come in aai'\ look them over now before the rush.
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