Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 30, 1908 · Page 2
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•I ! V Hi/ Mother won't you «Mne to the New York Store with me next Thursdayi Thejr bare so many pretty Remnants oi'Bsle cheap that would make me aloe vaists and skirt Baker Banquet. With ringing college yells, toasts sparkJins with wit and humor, and »n elaborate feast, the Baker banquet held -last nigbt in the auditorium of the T. M. C. A. building was one ot the best in the history of the Allen County Baker University Students' Association. Although the rain cut down the attendance considerably. . over ittfty plates were laid. Preceding the hour when the banquet room was thrown open, an informal reception was held In the reading room while the Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. chnrdi which furnished the menu, was getting the tables in readiness. The banqaet room was decorated appro- prtately for the occasion, and souvenirs flontalnbig orange, the Baker color, were distributed. W. G. Anderson, the toastmaatGr. •mu an excellent presiding officer and his remarks, bright with "hits." did nad^ toward arousing the Baker spirit. Dr. Garllngbouse, president of the Allen county> Association of Bakcrltcs. /ilellvered "The President's Message," VKTi^ s high tribute to the history and principles of the college. Albert B. Brown gave a most interesting and nnlqne toast In response to "The Why of Ck>1lege Life." He told why the exub eruee and gayety of college students, erftldced by some, was permlssable and ia the end created no harm. Harvey Heller: who Is spending his ^rst year at Baker, told of the "Unsophiis- tieated Freshman." HeUer had a fresh line of stories at his tongue's end and spoke in an interesting way of the experiences of a "first year man" at the Methodist college. ^ Rev. S. B. ,KnowIes. pastor of the Trinity M. B. Church, was an invited ' goest at the banquet, and was'asked to give bis Impression of Bakerites. He did it with vim and snap, indicating that he had the Baker spirit Will I ^nry reappnded to "Baker." His re- npark* were directed toward telling the old. Bakerites and invited friends of present dar* life at Baker, what profress the school was making and tbe'vietories on the athletic field and «B the platform. EJari Arnold, a Kan sas Day speaker two years ago. In formed his friends of "A Bakerite In Chicago." bringing Into his talk some very catchy stories. The speaking dosed with an address ^y Homer K Ebright head of the department of Greek, In Bajcer U>ilverslty. Ife camp as a representative of the faculty., H^e devoted the most .of his time In tell iag ot the flftleth anniversary of the VBlvete(ty to be held next year. His talk held the closest attention and was applauded heartily. One of the best features of the program was the music. The Baker Quartette came In yesterday from Independence and gave several selections, being called back on every appearance. The quartette Is one of the best in the state. Miss Florence Root sang a solo, greatly delighting: the Baker­ ites. Toward the close of the program the banqueters went into a business session and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President —W. G. Anderson; Vice President- Will l^ury; Secretary and Treasurer —Mrs. A. V. Lodge. The banquet closed after midnight at which time the members of the association aroused the town with Baker yells. Fitzgerald Siormg^M limmafmr mmtAutoUvmry Goods stored by the month in large, dry rooms. Auto Ihrery by the mile or hour. Local calls 25 cents. Office, 115 West St Office phone 3 «ff| Kes. phone «$ WE enre not how cheap otheits sell gluses—we positively rehtse (o handle the inferior goods. Cheap flaMes are titaally troublesome glasKs. Byes tested by Graduate Optician. Thursday Dec. 31 st, will he Remnant day at the New York Store. All kinds of remnants will be sold cheap. * * + K. r. Banquet The annual tianqiiet of the Allen County Almnnl of the Kansas state university will be given tonight In the Masonic hall. A social hour will be- ;lu at s. and at .1 o'clock the banquet will lM» served. The caterer will be the Our Way, a sufficient guarantee of the goodness of the feast. The representative of the university •it the banquet lonl.i;hl will be Professor .1. B. Boodliic. who wli: respond to the toast. "The Kansas rnlverslly." John A. Devlin, president of the Allen County Alumni, will be loast- masier. "The Prophylajtir Vahic of a Hash Diet" Is the'suljject of a toast .isslgn- i?d to Dr. .lohn Woodin. Fred G. Apt will speak on the subject "Here and There" and Arthur W. Cunningham, of Humboldt, will tackle this ponderous topic. "The E^rolutlon of the Megatharium." Attorney Guy E. Pees has found an answer to the interrogation "What's the I'se?" and the program concludes with Prof. Bood- ine's address on the Kansas university. Besides the speakers chosen to take part In the regular program. Senator Frank L. Travis and other prominent citizens wilt deliver brief addresses. The banquet tonight promises to surpass any previous social event giv en b.v the alumni. There Is every prosper! of a large attendance. The officers of the Allen County Alumni are: President. John A. Devlin: vice president, Mary Schmidt. Humboldt: secretary, Guy B. Pees; trcaHurcr. Wallace H. Anderson. * * • .Mrs. .lones will you have time to meet me at The New York Store Tburs day morning and help m« select some o fihose Remnants they will have on sale. You know I always get such a big bargain at these salos. * * * The Woods Home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Wood have returned from Kansas City where they spent Christmas visltig at the home of Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Tutt + • • Oave Them a Farewell. Miss Genevelve Taylor entertained a small party at her home In Gas City last evening in honor of Miss Bess Hamilton. The evening was spent lo various entertaining ways and a delightful luncheon served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Servey, Miss Laura Cooley. Miss Keith, of Chanule. Mr. B. E. Miller. Mr. C. H. Bernitz and Mr. R. J. Coffey. + * + Visiting Brother. Miss Kate Waugh of Lawrence Is In the city the guest of her brother, Dr. iP. B. Waiigh. + * + Wedding Party Leaves. Mr. C. H. Bamitz and Miss. Bess Hamilton, accompanied by Harlan Hamilton and Miss Genevelve Tarter, left this morning at 6:30 for Kansas City, where they will be married today at 2:30. Prom Kansas City they will go direct to their new home at Letart Falls, Ohio. + * * W. C. T. U. to Receive. The ladles of the Women's Christian Temperance Union will be at home to their gentlemen and lady friends on New Year's day from 2 to 5 In the afternoon, in the Union rooms at 116 Bast .Ttickson street. There will be an evening meeting from 7 to 10. As this Is the first formal opening of the union rooms to the public. It Is hoped that there will be a good at tendance. There will be music and rrfreshments and a souvenir will be given lo each guest. ^ * * Remnants of calico, ginshains. luus- liuK, dress goods, silks and velvets, on sale Thursday at the New York Store. •> + * Having a Sewing Party. .Miss Florence Mitchell is entertaining a sewing party at bcr home on South Washington today. A sewing party you know Is where the ladles go to sew but really put In the time "gabbing." At least that is the explan atlon-given The Register this morn ing. Anyway they have a good time and that's what pairtles are for. * • * Are Roller Skating. Quite a number of the ladies whose social duties will, not allow them to attend nights are . having a skating party at the rink this afternoon.. The Linen Shower. One of the events which Miss Grace Fitzgerald will always pleasantly remember after she has left Tola and her many friends here. Is the linen shower given her last night at the home of Miss Maude McKlnney. In addition to having a most pleasant farewell given her she vas the recipient of many handsome presents, the sight of which will cause her plcpsfent memories for years to come. A daln- and Bhna- Ve«jifii Cnlbertsoii. Gnee B&kr; BialB^Parft; of OtUwa. Stella Loiif.-'l31anche Thompson. Margaret He'igele. Bmma Harder and Dorothy Kelly. * • + ' Miss 8wl0art EnterUlnad. The "second course" prepare4 fpr the enterUlnment of the stodenta otiw at home was most dellghtfony- served last night at the home of Miss Bertha Swigart, 214~^South Cottonwood street In the ehape of euchre. Six tables were filled and the evening passed off most dellgbtfally. The pai^ lore were tastefully decorated for the occasion. Tliose who enjoyed the ev eiilng were: Misses Marr HlIUs and Luclle Bagan, of Sapulpa. Gladys Nortbnip, Mary Nnrthrup. Ruth Swal lows, of Chicago, Barbara Fry, Cora Klein, Lcla Holmes, Floy Houser, Gertrudo Holmes, Bllzabeth Boner, Ethel Horton, Florence Hobart, Messrs. Otto Hough. Harvey Howard, Waldo Coffman, Stadler, Douglas Marsh, Marshal Howard. John Lovoca, Lewis Robin son. Phil Stover. I^ralne Nbrthrup. Gene Hamilton and Mr. Wasson. * • * Guest at Devlin's. Miss Abble Woodin, of Fredonla. Is here visiting her sister, Mrs. John Devlin. + 44 Entertained at Euchre. Mrs. A. P. Harris assisted by Mrs. Glenn D. Finney, entertained a num her of friends at her home, 402 East Monroe street yesterday afternoon In honor of her sister. Miss Mary Hilles and Miss Ijucile Eagan of Sapulpa, Ok 4 • * Watch Old Year Out The congregation of the First Meth odist 'church will hold a watch meet Ing New Year's eve. The time will be spent In a prayer and praise service. 4 4 4 Next Thursday is, the Great Rert lant Sale at the New York Store. 4 4 4 Guext of Mrs. C. 8. Culbertson. Mrs. Jack McMlllian, of Kansas City who formerly resided in this city. Is guest at the home of Mrs. C. S. Ciil berfsoii. * * * A Reformed Church Banquet Following their annual business meeting which will be held In the church by the members of the Re formed congregation New Tear's Day, the members and friends will as setnble at the office of H. Klauman 206 South street, where a banquet will he served. The program of toasts follows: .T. T. Tredway, I.,aHarpe, toastmas ter. The Greater Sunday SchooI"-^B. C " Remsburg. The Home Department"—Mrs. W. H Sb lilts. "The Young People"—Charles Klauman. The,Missionary Society"—Miss Mary Remsburg. The Social Factor"—W. C. Faust The Church Finances"—H. Klauman The Greater Congregation"—Rev. W. H. Shults. Impromptu remarks. All members and friends of the Re formed church are Invited. Banquet is free. 4 4 4 New Year Watch Party. A New Year's eve watch party will be given by the members of the Y. P C. IT. of the United Brethren church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cain. 81S South street. The following program will be observed: Plane solo. Miss Ethel Bennett; Vocal solo, Mrs. N. E. Stone; Humorous reading '•.A - •! "l"iT"^i'iTrti '•ii*The conaiiwjillon of"tjtei chtnrcfa -will' meet in the 'cHiardi at noon New Tear's day and at 'noon there ^(11 be fut iadoor pieai^ AU who atteiiit are aaked to brine irfth them a basket-dinner. The time will be spent In social dlvertlsements. Entertained Dr. Ebright Dr. H. K. Bbright'who was the principal speaker at the Baker banquet last night was the gnest of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson. Dr. Bbright and Mr. Anderson were classmates at Baldwin. ** Came In lariy. Mr. Augusta Phillips, leading man with "The Wolf came in eariy this morning ahead of the troup In order to have a longer visit with his cousin. Mrs. B. P. Robinson. 4 4 4 Box Party Tonight Most of the students Who are home together with their friends will make up a box party at the Grand tonight to witness "The Wolf." 4 4 4 Guests at Hunt's. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Llnfleld of Ad r'an, Mich., are «»e8ts at the Hunt home, 222 South Oak. 4 4 4 Edith Cain Here. Miss Edith Cain who made her home here for several years In here for the holidays the kuest of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Miller and Mrs. J. C. Lee, Miss Cain has many friends here who will be glad to see her. • 4 4 Get a private cab for the New Year's ball. Ralph Drake will furnish It 4 4 4 Is In Erie. Mrs. A: V. Lodge Is expected In tomorrow from Erie where she Is vis !tlng relatives. 4 4 4 Were at Fort Scott Mr. Atten Patterson and Mr. Harold Beck, of lola, spent Sunday with friends In this city.—Ft. Scott Republican. i •WANTED—Experienced* male sten- ocrapber. Apply by letter only, 'glr- ing experience. Address "H" care Register. WANTED—Men to learn Barber trade, few weeks required, best paying work within the reach of poor man, can have shop with small capital, wages |12 to |20 weekly, wonderful demand for barbers, catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber College, Kansas city. Mo. WANTED-AII kinds of second hand hoasehold tamiture.—The tola Furniture Bxchanga, A. W. Beck. Prop. Phone 26i WANTED—lola property to exchange for Kansas and Missouri land. Golden West Land Co. Office over Iowa Store, lola. Kas. PRODUCE RECORDS Connty Clerk to Frodnce Joqrnals at Ouster NnIt Against t'omnh- slonem. County Clerk Emmett Culbertson has been subpoenaed to appear as a xrltness In the case of the state vs he Allen county commissioners, a suit to oust on the grounds that the board allowed bills and drew funds unlaw ully. Mr. Culbertson has also been ordered to bring Into court certain iournals containing the records of the commissioners' proceedings. The ouster suit Is to be called January 4th. 'Attorney General Jackson who brought the suit Is expected to be here at that time. The terms of two of the commissioners. Paul Klein ind T. J. Anderson, expire January 14th. but It is hoped to conclude the trial before that time. SERVANTS ARE TALKING. Miss Rohane Says She Heard Halns's Confession. Mrs. Flushing. N. T.. Dee 30.—In the trial of Thornton Halns today Minnie Rohane and Bmma Lavelle. former servants of the Halns household, was the principal witnesses. Miss Ro­ hane testified that she overheard two days following Captain Halns's return from the west the confession of Mrs Halns to her husband In which the wife told of .her trip to New Tork to see a phyalclan. Miss. Lavelle related of having told the captain of his wife's frequent absences; of a quarrel between Mrs, Halns and Annis when the former reproached the latter for breaking an engacement with her because of an appointment with his wife. A MATTER OF CAUTIdN. Much Gold Shipped Froin Frisco to Denver. to San Francisco. Dec. 30.—Accordlnf a story printed In this morning's Examiner. 1222 .600,000 in gold coin has been shipped from the local mint •o the mint at Denver since last Aoc- ust. It is said the shipment was made as a measure of precaution against tbe possible invasion of the Padflc coast by hostile powers. TO REMAIN WITH MOTHER. Petition of Count Beni de Castellane Denied. Paris. Dee. SO.— The petition of Count Bonl de Castellane. that the custody of his three children be given to his mother wa« denied tadaj. The court mledthat the-dilMren 'remain in the cnstody of their motheri Princess de Sagain. formerly Miss Anna Goold. WANTED—Girl wants to do general housework. 209 South Tenth. ST DIARIES, • BLANK BOOi^ i OFFICE, SUPPLIES at Btisiiiess Diffjetety, PORRBn- FOR RENT—80 acre farm In Osage township. Inquire Atchison's office, or 422 South Second. FOR SALE- FOR SALE OR TRADE—First class fS.OOO stock of shoes In good town of 5,000 In Central Iowa, for Allen county land; store doing 116.000 to $18,000 a year business. Will sell for cash but would rather trade for Allen county land. Come quick; somebody will get It. E. S. Carpenter, 206 North Taylor, Gas, Kansas. FOR MXOHJUtRE TO EXCHANGE FOR LIVESTOCK. —Eight room house, good location lola. Price 11800; mortgage $600. EJquIty for live stock, feed or implements. lOLA LAND COMPANY. Six Clear La Harpe residences 17000 and $3000. Cash for merchandise or farm. W. O. Lenhart, lola, Kas. LOST—At tbe Majestic Theater Saturday night a small mink fur. Finder return to Majestic theater. ONat. Western Land Co. During the holldayf Mi" »:i -H '.VP em Land Co. will I.- < •• gains In both farm and cic- (.i.i.^ci- tles. sell or trade. See us before you have your insuring done. We have money to loan on farm or" city property. Good loans from three to ten years for Six Per Cent We want a good home, modern, close In, about 6 rooms, all on ground floor, for which we will trade an 80 of land In Missouri, and pay the difference In cash. One of tbe best homes in lola, close In, modern, paved street, sewer connections, for good land. Come to our office and make known what you want We are in the office over the Palace Shoe Store. THE POT IS BOILING W. H. AadersoB and £. W. Xyler to Chralate Petitions hi a Few Days. W. H. Anderson, who Is candidate for police judge on the Republican ticket at tbe spring election, said this morning that be expected to send out his nomination paiiers tbe first Of the year. He has been waiting until the holiday season closed and people again turned their attention to politics. E. W. Myler, who Is also a candidate for IN)] Ice judge on the Republican ticket, will begin to circulate his petitions the first of the year also. Register Want Ads Bring Results. The easiest way to make' a dollar is to save one you have already made. By trading with us you can save several dollars each month on your grocery bill. We can sell you goods on two weeks' or thirty days' time •at strictly cash prices. Tk Fdpli's Ct-Opm- JOBS 6. wooDnr, m. v, Pfaysfelan and 8nr{^ >i Over Borrell's. DB. XeMILfkV, * * Special attention gtven to the- * * treatment of all Chronic-Dlaeaa- .* * es and Diseases ot Children. - • * Telephones: Office 32. BM . 232 * * Office over Burrell's Dmc StM«.^ • F. H. MAETDr, • Surgery and Diseaaaa oC f Women. • Office and Residence Pheo* B7S * Office 7 North Jeftersofc .* • 1 • Phone 687. Res. 70L • • DB. 0. L. COX, , • • Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat * • Spectacles Properly nttad. • • Office A. O. U. W. BIdfi • Lodge Dlfcctof^ KKIGHTS OF PIIBU&rTM«»li0 Lodge No. 43 meets rrsnr KoaiiM night at K. of P. Hall. VMtliis bn» thers invited. W. 8. TlMa«Ma,'S. A* CJhris Ritter, K. of R. and a K5IGHTS OF MAC Knights of Maccabees -oi:;ttiiiwar# meets in K. P. Hall second and fMtl^ Saturday nights of each montiw .( W. Postwalt commander; JL B. 1% ter, record keeper. . • . W. 0. W,-Camp No. 101 T. Steele, C. C. A. H. Dayi* CMih» Visitors cordially invited. M. W. A.—The M. W. A. meets every Friday night In M. Wi: W Hall. Visiting brothers fahrltad.*-. Coffleld. V. C. W. A. cowan; (HmH: BOYAL JiEtHttBOBSr^l^' iSfi No. 365. Royal NeliAbom.- aa^ >i«»; ond and fourth Tuesdays ,pt- •«•>" month. Mrs. F. A. Yfagjut,' tiir ~ Mrs. Mary Hntton, 413 WMt IKr Recorder. FBATEBNAL BBC^ _ Fratemil Brotherhck>d Ha second and fourth Thnraday: «#>«••!• month in A. O. U. W. J ^attiMt' members cordially invited. W. &;Ja»^ derson, president; 0<dda EBaa tary. . JEWIBL£BS. B. F. Pancoast, old rellaUa Jawalar. 110 East Street : oooooooooooo o o o e e O AUCflONEEB. O O Am now booUng wles for Jan- O O uary and February. Cmtm yoor O date early. The lowett terms; P O satisfaction gnaranteed. Wirlte O O or phone at my expense. ' O O E. B. TICKEBS. O O 1204 N. Jeffersoo: ? lola. Kas. O Phone 835. ' > P oooooooopopobooeo OUR ThUPHONE Is constantly ringing these dayi.NMr Is the time, yon know, to hara a|] the summer dast cleaned oat'^ yonr carpets. We are busy, but yonr ordinr; will receive prompt and csrefnl MHalloa. Phone us todayr - - ^ .iOU RUG FACroRY Phone U9. Estimates cheerfully ghren Fhene S19. B «r« Mt 8. Ocneral Flagstone and Cenant Curbing a QlHeeUi Far «ka kcat n< •la tfe* BcftrtH^

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