Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 23, 1907 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

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IS IMWr tQMWii^' CI t" dicltiai - A. teleph<ne menwgJB reeetVed frotn Topeka. at elevea :o'<;|odc thla mom^ Btated thac Prot Grant, BillSe, who ^as taken' to iCBMst's liospl^l i ot.ilbat cltjr, to be opierated apon iitr [ appotdlcitia,underwent a success^ <9mitfc>a and is now; getting along nicely.-The friends of JMr. Bilibe hope a speedy recovery for him. Last night during ithe services' at the i/L -ID. cbnrch, Rejv. Mason asked for the prayers of the congregation for Prof. Billbe's speedy recoverjr. Prof, l^lllbe has charge of the musfc at the Methodist church. "1. PROHIBITION ORATOR SPOKE Archie Ryan Talked on Education M. E. Church. Archie Ryan, who won the national prohibition contest for Baker Unlvejr. Blty two years ago, gave an addrq^s yesterday morning at the. M. E. church. Mr. Ryan, though yet a young man. Is very eloquent and schblarl)-, and his talk was listened to attentively by a full house. His theme wAs education. He hs to speak tonight nt the Baker banquet. Miss CuUison rendered a b«autiful solo at the morning service. ' BAKER GLEE; CLUB TONIGHT. Fine Concert is Free to the General Public. The Baker University Glee Club, which Is to give a concert at the ^t. E. church tonight, rendered special music at tha M. E. church yesterday. The Glee Club is composed of oI?fi- teen young men who$e voices have been *ell trained. They have with them an elocutionist who will giv« several selections. No charge is to be made at the door, but a free will offering will be taken up after tltV entertainment. DR. MURLIN IS COMING. To Deliver Address at Baker Banquel Tonight Everything is In readiness for thr; Baker University banqnet which oc'- cnrs at the Our Way tonight, following the concert rendered at the JI. B, .church by the Baker Universitr Gle^ Club. Dr. H. Murlin. provident of Baker University, has noti> fed Rev. Mason that hti will be pros, ent at the banquet. He. is to dolivor the principal address of the evoning. We will sell all oar Furs, embracing Fur Coats, Cara­ cul Coats, Sable and Isabella Fox Scarfs and Muffs, Natural and Sable Squirrel Scarfs and Muffs, River Mink Scarfs and Muffs, Jap Mink Sets and Opossum Scarfs and Muffs.^ One-Foiirth 01! RiigDlar Price Big Cloak Sale Tonight and To-morrow! MEW YORK STORE Dioioioia EMORY STOCK CO. TONIGHT. New Company Comes Here Well Recommended, Tonlght^he Emorj' Stock conip.any. which opened an engagement herj Saturday night, will put on "From: Prison to Palace/' a four act melodrama with an interesting pN>t and romance. The company is a well bal anced troupe and is regarded by: many as one of the pest that has ever appeared at the Grand. The company carries a nice line of biUo! and the management or. the theatre recommends them as first-class. CLOSING up THE CAMPAIGN. Salvation Army Solocitt Xtrtas Dinner. Fundr'for Tho Salvnilcm Army I" closing up lis campnis:i 'for donations for the li;isk»'t (llnntr for tl;e poor of the ci.l.v Tho coniniltieo completed Its canvas n fow days a^o ol the city tor the purposo of nicertalning tha numbo t.f needy famiHes. They are now ask ing for donations to purchase the din ner. NARROW ESCAPE FROMIDEATH One Hundred Men In Mine When Fire Broke Out GEORGIA BANK FAILS. Prealdent is Confident it Will Pay Out In Full. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 25.—The Neal State Bank was close* today, and several- hundred persons gathered outside and read this stiUement posted on the door: "This bask is in the hands of the rtate tank examiner. President Thornton is confident all depositors will be paid in full. No other banks in the city have been affected. Pittsburg. Pj.. ^Dec. 23.—It becaraa known today that about one- hundred men were in flie Schoenbergor mine near Monongahela yesterday when fire broke out and that all had narrowly escaped' death. The mine burning fiercely today but it Js said tl'at all of the, miners are accdunted for. SEXATOR MALLORY DEAD. >'o ArrangcmpDts Yet Made for His Fnneral. Washington, Dec. 23.—No arrangements have yet >een made for Ihe funeral of Senator Stephen Russell Mallory. of Penn. Florida, who died here Jato last night. His term would have exi)ired March S, 1909. and Make a delightfol Christmas Present for HIM. HE will think of yjoa every moment while enjoying the ' fragrant cigar or pipe. , No:thing adds mpre-to the contentment of atnan than a cool, delightful smoke. We have a choice collection of pipes, ^nd all the leading brands; of Cigars. Our SiApking; Tobaccos are the best anid finest made. If yea really desire to' please HIM, cOme in and let us help you.' HERIN^'S Cid AR STORE AVEST Sb£ OF THE SQUAKE. THE CALL IS ISSUED Cliulrnian Taggrrt Invites All Uenio crats to Denrrr. Krcnch Lick. Ind., Dec. 23.—Chairman Taggart, of the democratic na tional comlttee. today Issued a formal C.TH .for the national convention to meet in Denver, Tuesday, July 190S. The call says in part: "All Democratic citizens of the United Stales, irrespective of past political associatjons and differences who ran unite with us in an effort for r .UiP. economical, constitutional gov einnient. are cordially invited to join us in sending delegates to the conven tion. Wires are Demoralized. Cliicago, Dec. 23.—severe sleet stonu wh ch set in last night has badly demor.alizad telegraphic com municai'on in a'! directions. BA>K PRESIDENT RE.SIOS. Difiicnltlrs of Grocery Firm Cantic of Action. New Orleans, Dec. 23.—Following the resignation last night of "William Adier as president of the State National I3ank of .New Orleans, an esamina- tlon by the clearing house committee and an announcement that it was absolutely solvent, the wholesale grocery Arm of AdIer and company today Issued a statement that that firm had met with financial difllcultles and ow- ipg to the condition of the .\dler firm it was deemed advisable that Mr. Adier resign as president of the bank. • » ALLOWED CHICKENS TO RUN. Mr«. Minnie Harder Fined for Viola, tion of City Ordinance. •Jlrs. iiinnle Harder of 206 South Third street," was arratsied in police court this morning on a. warrant sworn to by Chief of Police "WJillam Gates, charging her with allowing her chickens and ducks to run at lar,!c in violation of the city ordinance. She was fined $1 and costs, all amounting to ».50. This Is the first arrest to he made ut It is likely that others will foi- k)w. There has been a great de^l of complaint about chickens running abroad. DEATH AT LA HARPE. Infant Daughter of. Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Clark Dead. Ruby 1.,. Clark, the Infant daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. J.^M. Clark, of La- Harpe, died at 10 o'clock this morning from an attack of pncirmonla. Tlie funeral services will be bald at the frnilly residence at : o'clock tomorrow afternoon. liiterment will be made in the I-aHarpe cemetery. A. I. DECKER, superintendent of the Humboldt city scllools. was in the city Saturday on businsss with the county superintendent. The city oi Humboldt is to. be congratulated upon bavins such an nptodate man as Prof. Decker for its superintendent. Besides attending to his duties as superintandent of the Humboldt schools be has made a success of the institute work at Fiedonla, Kansas. 10, 20, 30, 40 Per Cent DIaoountI ilR. BKIN .Ausherman came in yesterday from Wyommg and will visit with relatives and friends during the holidays. ('Iirl$taia.s .Sermons Yesterday. The pastors of several of the church es preached special Christmas sermons yesterday. Yesterday evening the choir of the Presbyterian church gave a musical entertainment which was enjoyed by a large crowd in spite of the inclement weather. Last Cain Big ReGonsiruoiion Sate The tola FurnUiure Store Look for iko Flmg. A. HIT. BmoK Prop. Register Waots Briflg Resnlts Holly Mistletoe Xmas Trees THE WEATHER. Forecast for Kansas:—Partly clon^ |dy tonight; Tuesday fair. Xmea Candly, 3 lha. 25o. & Burdlck

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