Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 24, 1908 · Page 4
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pa lOIA miLT MflMTO, THrBCTAT ETEmfl. DBCBKBIB U, im._ Tlra Icfla Daily Register CHA8. F. SCOTT. Entered at IOJB, KansaB. Po8toffle«, ns Second -ClaBB Matter. Advertising Jlate«. Made Known on Application. KK9 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By Carrier ID Iota, dan Vity, Lanjron- Tllle or I^ ifar|>e. One week .10 centg One month 44 cents One year $5.00 BL .MAIL. One year. Inside county $2.00 One year, outside county $4.00 Three months. In advance $1.00 One month. In advance 44 OFFICIAL PAPER, CITY SET. OF BAS- Telepbones: Rnsiness Office j 18 Editorial Rooms 222 NEWS OF a HARPE A COXTBOFERHY OVER THE POH. HES.mON OF A flflLB. FATHER SEEKS DAUGHTER WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS »l RBCTEO TO BERT W0OTE.1. IM Harpe JTuy Have a Laondry— Thoni«-Harrls IVeddlofr—Holidays In the Schools—Personals. MRS. MACKAT, SUFFRAGIST. A »w Orf^nlzation Headed by the Wealthy Woman. New York, Dec. 24.—M?s. Clarence H. Mackay, it is anounced today, will bead the national movement for obtaining the full elective franchise for the women of the United States. Ai Mrs. Mackay's palatial home In this city the equal franchise society was organized today. Mrs. Mackay, who Is a woman of marked e.vecutive ability as well as of great social and financial position and personal charm, was chosen president. The incorporators of the society, who will be Us first board of trustees, are Mrs. Harriet Stanton UlaicK, .Mrs. Philip LydlK. Mrs. Henry .Miller, the Rev, Dr. Aked, Mrs. Richard Aldrlch, Mrsi Ilourke Cockran, Prof. John Dewey, Colonel George Harvey, William -M. Ivlns, Mrs. Howard .Mansfield, Mrs. Frederick .\athan, Rollo Ogden, Mrs. Sinikhovltch, Charles Sprague Smith, John H. Stauchfleld. Melville K. Stone^JIrs. Kgertoii Wln- throp, Jr., and the Rev. Dr. Sleiihen 8. Wise. Served Habea-s Corpus Writ. Jailor Hoover Kerr was in IA Harpe yesterday to serve a writ of habea:s corpus u|>on tiert and Anna Wooten, issued by Judge Foust and directing .Mr. and Mrs. Wooten to bring the body of Nellie Hampton, now restrained by them, before the court In chambers on January 24 and receive such orders concerning the disposition of the child as the court may give it. It :>eems that .the mother of the girl, Nellie Hampton,- is dead and that some time ago Nellie went to live with .Mr. and .Mrs. Wooten. It is alleged that the girl was given Into their care by Hami)ton. the father. Now he seeks to recover the child. HERE IS RELIEF FOB WO.MEX. If you have pains in the back, urinary, b.'adder or kidney trouble and want a certain. i )Iea8ant herb relief from women's Ills, try Mother Gray's -AUSTRALIAN-LEAF." It Is a safe, reliable regulator, and relieves al' female weaknesses, including Inflammation and ulcerations. Mother (.'ray's Anstrallan.Leaf ie sold by druggists or sent by mall for .'>0 cents. Sample »ent FREE. Address. The Mother Gray Co.. Le Roy, .\. V. rSITED STATES' XAVY SECOND. Great Britain's Leads the World Powers—Germany Is Third. Washington. Dec. 24.—The United States navy stands second among those of the great world powers, according to the navy yard book, prepared by Pitman Pulsifer. clerk to the senate' navy committee. Germany follows third, while France lias dropped to fourth place, and Japan is fifth. Thb book will show that Great Britain has sixty-one first class battle ships with a tonnage of 910.330. the United States thirty-one, with a tonnage of 449,790; Germany thirty-one. with a tonnage of 414,486; France twenty-six. with a tonnage of 3.57.132 and Japan fifteen, with a tontiage of 233.444. Including armored cruisers also, however. France ranks Germany, her navy tonnage of both battle ships and armored truisers being 573.364, while that of Germany is only 548.254. The tonnage of United tates battle ships and armored cruisers is 607,241. That of Great Britain is 1,395,920. HOLDS HIS LIEUTENANCY. Precldent Commutes Discharge Sen- tenca of O'Laughlln. Wiaahlnston, Dec. 24.—First Ueut- enatjt William J. O-Uughlln, Thlr- teenth United States Infantry at Ft. J^eavenworth, Kas., rnci-ntly was convicted by .court-tnurllal 011' a charK<' of making false roj)orts us to certain military duties, nml was HenieiiciMl to be djsrolsseil. The proHidont today comnnuted the sentence to *lx months" confinement to )>uHt llmltH. nnd to n line of $S0 a month for tin- same iii>r lod. May Locate Here. I:,a Harpe may have a laundry establishment of Its own soon. A gentleman who d^ires that his name not be given at present, is in the city looking for a location and may decidi> to start in business here. He expects to do hand work only and would | act as agent for a laundry doing coltarji, cuffs and other fine work. OSTEOPATffr^ DR. W A ILBKfUlT. Registered OsteopatJilc Pbyiienin. Stat* Rank Dldg. Hbont 146 Only Oitoopatt to l<a Harpe. X La Harpe Wedding. .Miss Edna Thorp and Hilton Harris •vere wedded yesterday morning at 11:30 at the home of the bride's parents In this city. The wedding was witnessed by only a few friends and he relatives. The .vounp couple will reside on a farm east of La Hari>e. Hold a Special .Meetlnir. A special meeting of the La Harpe ^lasons will be held tonight. There will be several nratters of Importance, among which will be the installation of recently elected officers. Holiday!* In the Sctaools. The public schools of this city were dismissed for the holiday vacation this afternoon. The second term of the present school year will begin January 4. Guests of Rev. Bright A party composed of the members of the congregation of the Presbyterian church were guests at the home of ^astor and Mrs. J. H. Bright last aight. It was a surprise for the pastor. the_,rguests coming to bis home unexpectedly. The evening was pleasantly spent in social divertisement. Stfll a Chance. Though there are but two more chopping days before Christmas eve. here is still a chance to get Just :vhat you want for a Christmas gift, at he right prace at WATERS & DAS- FXIRTH'S STORE. This store has ;n]oyed a splendid holiday buslnes? 'lut theer is sti-l an elegant line of Christmas goods from which to make "our selections. But don't wait too long. Call today, tonight—^Just as ;oon as you can. To Pnt on Work. The degree team of the I.a Harpe camp of the ,M. W. A. has accepted an Invitation to attend a meeting of the Gas City caiui» on next Wednesdu.v n-enlng and assist In iiiitllng on special work In wofMlcraft. An oyster iimm' IK to be servpil. A l.lterarr Mvetlnie. The PlilJrmiathlan society of the I41 .'iame liluli school held HM regiilnr Meeting this afternoon. A progniru <if inuMual Intcreai was observed. Cbrlctman In Hie Chnrchrx. La Harpe churchew will give their isuil enierialnnienls for Christmas to •lifht. Many interesting programs liave been i)reiiared and there will be 1 good attendance at all the churches. PersonalK. Wills Suton, of Browell, Kas., Is here visiting old friends. He was formerly a resident of this city. A daughter was born ^o Mr. and Mrs. John Floyd of Lanyonvi'le. yesterday morning. J. W. Jackson, of Coniiskey. Kas.. was a La Harpe visitor yesterday. Miss Elsie Felger. of Enterprise, Kas.. will spend Christmas with relatives In this city. C. L. Evans has returned from a buslnss trip to Sheldon, Mo. WhBlioQei for OhrimimBm Is easily answered at Bartlesville. Ok., ' Dec. 24.—The Scandla-German Cement company of Elsmpre, Kas., after considering propositions submitted to it by D. L. Sleeper, representing the city of Tnlsa, and by the Bartlesville Commercial Club, chose the lattera' proposition and will locate Its plant In Bartles llle. The company asks that $100/ 000 of the stock aggregating more than $1,000,000 be subscribed by the business men of this town. Bartlesville, Ok., Dec. 24.—Barlles vllle Is to have a second Interurban electric road, and contracts for Its construction are now In coiirso of preparation. The road will be laid on the abandoned grade of the old Da cob Bartles railroad, which runs louth to Ochelata, ten miles distant. The new Interurban will be laid to connect Bartlesville with the Scandia German Cement company, which today signed a contract to move to a location south of thla city. The now road will pass within a short distance of the now Bartlesville Country Club. Oneof-ihe at the bappjr horoea of to-day i> % .vait fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health and happincM and right living and knowledge of tbn worid'i tint product*. Products of actual excellence and reaaonable claimi truthfully priaented and. which have attained to worid-wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Ioformcd of the World; not of {ndi> viduaU only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and obtaining the best the world affords. One of the products of ttuit class, of kna«vn component part*, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and commended by the Well-informed of the World OS a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the jwell-known Syrup of Figs and Efi.xir of Senna.^ To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. NEWS OF GASCmf UNION POBTLAND BEADY TO L\Y STEEL, GRADE 18 NEARLY COMPLETED WHRKLRRS WITHIN ONE-HALF OF THE SITE, John Yelsley Taken (o St. John's Hon. pital—('hrhtnuut KzerrlseM To. night—Personals. THE BIG SELECTED THE SITE Scandia-German Cement Plant 1% Go Up Near Bartleaville.—Get Electric Line. «500 -MEN WANTED." To Trap All Kinds of Raw Fan. I am now paying for No. prime large each: Black skunk, $1.75; Tiink, $3.50 to $4.00; oi>ossum, 35c to iOc; house cats. 250 to 35c: civit cats lOc to 50c; raccoon $1.00 to $1.25: musk rats, 25c to 30c. Medium, smal! ind lower grades full relative value Come to headquarters for a square leal and highest full market prices. B. S. BAR.NARD, Horse and Beef Hides. Junk, Poultry Furs, etc, etc.. No. 324-326 North Buckeye street, lola, Kansa-s. Judge Foust's Meeting. The headline to this local is not •nisleading. It was Judge Foust's meeting in the Methodist church Monday night, although given by the members of the Men's club of that church The Judge accepted an invitation some weeks ago to address this meeting of he men's organization of the Metho- list church and was given the prlvil- ge of selecting his own subject, which •vas "Reflections of a Layman." Hif remarks were wholly along rellglou- lines and were given with an earnestness that went home to everyone of his hearers. He told of the beneflU morally, intel'ectually and financially, the- right living, and advised thr l)<)yH, p large number of whom werr present, never to be ashatiied to \in henisclves on the religious side of uV luei!ll<uiH. not only liepauKp It IH right ml It IK (IIKM Ilie manly thing to do WHS n Uun address. Just what coiih' expected fnmi u man of the jiidge'^ Igh iiuiral ami rc'.lgloux Ktnndlng Icfoie the addrens tliere was a coujih liiuiii) solos by Francis Sliuck1e> ind a couple of vocal solos by C A lale and the crowd showed Its nti- reclatlim of these by generous a])- lause. The evening was finlxhed with light refreshments In the banquet room onsisting of !>aodwiches, coffee hecse straws and apples, and this lart of the program was also enjoyed all present. This club has other rents in store for the men of Yates enter and vicin'ty.—Yates Center N'ews. NOTICE. Christmas packages delivered by the Western Union Xessenfrer )>oy». Pbone lOS. FOR ABMS AND LEGS, t»l,000. The War Departneot , Spends Mneh Money BeHttlnf Unfortanate SoMiera. Washington, Dec 24.— It cost the War department $94,418.90 for artificial legs and anna supplied ,to soldiers for the fiscal year ended June 30. 1908; but, according to (he report of the secretary of war. it ia estlm- at«d that $410,000 will b«-required for this, purpose In 1909. The report does tiot specify why (oor timac as many arms and !.««s v|ll,b« UMdoil » year kanc*. nor why tb* approprtatfon tor .1110 :aIioald be or aboi^t OD *-tliM Completinir the Grade. The grading for the Union Portland Cement company's switch track from the Katy main line to the cement plant site has progressed to a point within one mile of the site. From this point on, the work of grading will be easy. John Walters, foreman of the grading crew, says that when Work stops tonight, the grade will be extended to a i)oInt within onethalf mile of the site. "We may be able to lay steel next week." .Mr. Walters said yesterday afteiiioon. "It all depends on the Katy, The railroad comi>any is to put in the switch at the main line and we will begin to lay steel as soon as this is done, The Katy engineer said some time ago that (he comi>any was ready to put in the switch when we were ready to have :t done. We are ready and waiting for the Bw-itch now. If we have gootl weather, the track can be built and made ready for traffic by March I. Daylight Store Wishes to thank you for the holiday patronage, and wishes you one and all a most Merry Christmas YelHley In HospitaL John Yelsley, of West Jji Orange wJ»o is suffering from iitomalne IWIB- onlng, was removed from his home to St. John's hospital yesterdoy. His condition Is still critical. He was visited yesterday by C. Honcyciilf, friend from Ava, Mo. For CbrlHtmaH Holiday. The public schools of this city were dismissed this afternon for the Christ maa holidays. School will reconvene on January 4. Exercbii>s Tonight. The churches of this city will give the usual Christmas exercises tonight. The several congregations have arranged for Interesting and elaborate entertainments. Firemeh's Ball. Arrangements for the -N'ew Year's ball to be given by the Gas City fire company have been completed and It will be one of the most successful social events of the season. Another Union Printer. Though he has always been in sympathy with the lo'a Tyiwgraphlcal inion, the printing office of A. C. Shaffer, of the Gas City Herald, has never been "unionized" becau.se, in 'he past it was outside the Jurisdiction of any union. Now. however, the iurisdiction of the lola union is ex- ended to take In Gas City and Mr. Shaffer signed the union scale contract. May Join With Christian Church. From the progress of the work In moving the Presbyterian church build :ng. It seems quite possible that the luilding will not be ready for use to- ilght. If it is not. the Presbyterian •leople will probably Join with the 'Christian church congregation in lolding Christmas exercises. Personals. Miss Zella Page will spend Christmas with relatives in lUch Hill, Mo. Undersherlff A. L. Boatright was in Gas City yesterday on official business. C. Honeycult, of Ava, Mo., siienl yea lerday In Citts City visiting. OF LOC.tL INTEKEST. 4onie People We Know, nnd We Will Profit by Hearing Ahoul Tlieni. Tills is II jiurely Itx-al event. It took iMucc In lola. ^ Nr)t In Buffalo or .S'l -w Yoi"k. Vow are aHk(><l to luvi'Stlgate it. Asked to believe a (•lll-/,eirH word: To coiiflrni u citizen's stiitenuMit. Any article that U endorsed al home In more worthy of confidence Than one you know nothing alKjut. li^ndor^td by unknown people. .M. F. Savior of :tH South Chest- lut street, lola. Kas.. say.s: "From ttie •vldence 1 have Doans Kidney Pills ire a remedy of great merit. My ex- lerience with them dates back about two years. At that time, as well as on one occasion slitce, the value of this remedy for relieving difficulties arls- ng from derangement of the kidneys was prompt and riositively proven to lie. I procured Doan's Kidney Pills It Chas. B. Silencer &> Co.'s drug store md gladly give them niy endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 -ents. Foster-Mi Iburn Co.. Buffalo. New York. sJ)Ie agents for the United ?tates. Remember the name—Doan's—and ake no other. We will be open until noon tomorrow to accommodate late shoppers. 1 THEY MAY VIOLATE THE LAW. Powder Men Have Until January 1 to Prepare for Observance. Pittsburg, Ka.s.. Dec. 24.—Recording to a mandate of Attorney General P. 9. Jackson, no arrests are to bo made among mine operators and powder men for violating the law requiring powder to be delivered in original packages containing twelve and a half ppunds. until after January 1. 1909. By the order the attorney general is endeavoring to avoid serious embarrassment and a probable shutdown over the district by ^living all parties reasonable time in which to prepare for living up to the law. Developments since noti."? was served showed that through physical Impossibilities those concerned could not comply with the law at once and keep the mines running. PILES CUhED TS 6 TO 14 DATS. PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to "uro any case of Itching, blind, bleed ng or protruding piles In C to H dayf or money refunded. COc. OKLAHOMA SAVED 10 MILLIONS. Charles West, Atty. Oen., Makes a Report on Transportation Reductions nuthrle, OUla., !><•!•. 2l.-ninrl.'s West, the slate nito-ney general. In his .'iniiiial reiKjrt esilmntes that the redui-tinn In trnnsiiortatlon charges has saved not toss than 10 million ilollnrs this last year to the peop'e of Oklahoma. The expenses of his do- partment, $30,000, will reach $40,000 next year. He asserts that litigation aealnst the coal operators cau.ied coal orices to drop $1 a ton. The attorney general reviews the controversy between himself and Governor Haskell over the attornev general's suit against the Prairie Oil and Gas company and say.s the Standard 01" company Is enjoying art artificial and arbitrary profit of $1 on every bai*- rel of oil it buys in Oklahoma. FRATERNITY MEN ARE GLAD. P. J. HENEY VISITS PBESIDENT. Mr. Hooserelt Will Entertain Graft Proseeitor at Luacheon. Washington, Dec. 24.— Francis J. Heney, special prosecutor In the Sac; Francisco graft cases, whose face Is still marked by powder burns from the shot which recently came neai^ ending his life, called at the IVlilte house today and was welcomed by the president. Mr. Boosevelt felicited him upon hia narrow escape and speedy re^ eovery. Ifr. H«n«y will be the gneil PretMent BoaMV«:t at luncheon Colllns's Pardon Came as Good News To HI- Student Friends. Pittsburg, Kas., Dec. 24.—There probably were no two other persons in the state who were more rejoiced over the pardon of John Collins than '5'rank McKav. a leading real estate' dealer, and Postmaster W'. J. Watson of this c'ty, when they beard this afternoon by private wire that the event had actually transpired. Both men were students in the- Kansas University with- John Collins and were among taift intimate friends and fraternal brothers, and a'ways ipalntaln- ed that be was innocent. beveral Ceatnetar. 'HsKtrtone and. Cement Sidewalks and CurblRff'li Bpeeitilty. ANY WOMAN CAN BE A VENUS. Being Beautiful is a Duty, Says Sus-j anne Cocroft in a Lecture. Chicago. Dec. 21.—Susanna Cooroft.i in an address, says it is the sacred duty of every woman to become a Venus. "Glos.sy hair, pearly teeth, the i:iis- tening eye," says Miss Cocroft, "are not the signs of woman's vanity. They are the powerful fools that she maj- wield for good, and it is her duty to use them: Beauty is educative. A graceful stature, a beautiful landscape educate and inspire. Why should not the graceful form or the beautiful face do the same? "Nowadays men haven't the time to visit art galleries, but women can bring beauties of the art galleries into the homo. Every woman can be a Venus. You can't change bone, to he sure, but you can change the mold of the flesh to suit yourselves." SUSPENDS COURT FOR FUNERAL. Signal Honors Shown a Kansas Jurist's Dead Wife. Columbus. Kas.. Ucse. 21.—Tli" funeral of Mrs. r. A. McNeill, wife of Judge M<N<-III of this ellv, wax held here loilny. The dec (>aHi >'l waK Ketrenilly known Ihrniighout Ihlx section, ami tlil*. lo-j gether with the prominence of Judge' McNeill and the high esteem In whichi he nnd his family are h<"M, brought | many friends from over the state here; to attend the services. ! .Tudpe Arthur Fuller, of Plttsl»urg.! adjourned th« district court of Cniw-; ford county, and, accompanied by the members of his bar. attended, a.** did, the members of the I.abette county bor from Parsons and OSWPKO. (iu- lena attorneys came up. as did the Elks lodge of the latter city. By iiroclamatlon the business of thi- city was suspended during the fore noon and all joined in liolng reverence to the deceased. Take our No. 410 when « Traveling Eastward Leaves lola 7:15 p. m., af" rives St LoaiB 8:26 a. ci. Through sleeping cars. This train connects with the east bound trains at St. Louis. For (urtbar particulars call and see us. C. P. Hale, Agt. —FItagerald Sterage and Transfer Co. Hoosehold ud pfano moving t largest store room fn cifsr. Fbone Si9. Xv. O. Beck Practitioner of SUGGESTIVE THERAPEOTICS A Science through which disease is eliminated from the body without medicine or surgery. . Member of the National and State Association of Suggestive Therapeutics. Consultation Free Telephone 1091 Rooms 5 N. Sycamore

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