Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 29, 1927 · Page 8
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, November 29, 1927
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' TAGEEIGHTI "~ ' BsessassBSsaaassaaBsssBBSs £lii^OPEISLESS I/>camo Agreement ;Has Brought Friendly Relaitiohs —_j - • eeneita. Nov. 29.' (AP)—European security as a guarantee of peace has receded and not advanced since the signature of the Locarno agreements in the opinion of delegates and-representatives of several' neutral countrie;p to tbe> 'conference of • the preparatory commission on disarmament which opens here tomorrow. One distinguished . statesman w^nt so far as to express the opinion, to thjs correspimdent that Kurope shows sings of returning to the old pre-war policy of the creation of alliances, one against another, thus augmenting instead of diminishing the risks of conflicts. The tension in bly tightened bdtween LUhuania and Poland with the eventual attit . Uermiany, was cl tion of bitterpes the treaty of V| uncertainty as to |ide of Russia and ed as an indica- left over since rsaillcs by the lotmcnt of cerfj others. This Btateman to thp relations. pie of post-war . ctaring tlist Fra Italo-Allmiilan pa ago by the ri-ccnl] the Biltlc, nota- creation of new itates and the al- In territories to specially alluded bntwocn Francir and Italy as furhishlng an exam- iiurvo^RnesH, de Cfi answered the |(>t of a few years conclusion of nn 'accord wlfli , Jnjiislnvia and thkt Italy has now rrlqffort to this by nogotlatlng nnotler alliance with thp fiovorn 'menf,it Tirana. It Is learned ttint the political loaders of various 'so-called neutral countries hn)ld the view that Italy seeks elthei; Algeria or Tunis in order to permit ani outlet for her growing population in consonance with - Premier ^(MunsoHni's belief that Italy's natural erpansion should he Mediterranean. WEA'^HER and ROADS FOIC KANSAS: Frobablr xonic rain, taming to tinovr tonlglil and Wednesday; murk colder. Temperature—^Hi^est yesterday, 66, at 5 p. m.; lowest last night, 47. at 2. a. m.; normal foi't«>day, 38;i e .xce8s ye.sterday, -IS; excess since- January 1st, 441 degrees! this date last year, highest, 56: lowest. 27. Precipitation for thtr 24 , hours ending at 7 a. m. today. .00; total for this, year to date, 51.40; -ixcess j ^incc January Ist. 15.09 inches. Relative humidity at 12 noon yesterday, 52. per^cent; 7 a. m. today. 92 per cent; barometer reduced to sea level, 29.66 Jn'cbes. Sun rises, 7:18 a. ni;> sun sets, 5:05 p. m. ^t- Kan <i.nK Wrathrr .in^ JUiadw. Salina, partly cloudy, roads good. Manhattan, partly cloudy, roads good. Arkansas City, clear, roads good. Coffeyvllle, clear, roads good. Dodge Cijty, clear, rcadt- good. ' I'ittsburg, clear, roads good. AVichita, Clear, roads good. Emporia, clear, roads good. Hutchinson, clear, roads gortd. Topeka, cloudy, road8 ..good. , No One Is Injured in Accident on ^Square No one was injured this morh- itig when, a Dodge touring car, driven by Miss Gladys ChunibiMs of HassctI, collided with a tourist's car ; turning the corner on U'UNhingtdu and Wvnt street. Thn ChamlxTS car wan heading south on Washington and the other car. a Chrysler coupe, had Just completed n turn off WMNhiiittion from the south toward West street. Both^-ars were sli>^hlty duniuKcil. THEvipJLA DAILY REGISTER.' WHERE CON\^CriS^MIJT IEWS NOTES The ceil room in Koi.«om State Prison, icalirprnia. (iirned into an armed fort by hundreds of convicts in a Tbanksglving Day mutiny is pictured abovp. Warden Court Smith, who wasiheld a prisoner in his ofllee for houi-s, llnally escaped. He is shown ill the inset. : • — Sues for Stock (Continued fr«m Page One) railroads ofjkansas' have aided in iiuildlng up the state. Ha\ing been all his lite a newspaper man .Mr. Jarrell took the liberty of the craft to close hj." ad. dress with a good uatureil scolding of the newspapers iof Kansas for their dl.siwsition to make first page .stories of bad weather or bad ; news of any sort. He contended that people in other states get a wrong impression many times from Kuch stories, and he commended by way of contrast the policy of the newspapers of (lallfornia which never admit there is anything wi-ong witli California, even wlieu half the fruit is killed by late or ' early frost-s. or when their towns are washed away by "unusual" floods. Mr. Jarrell is a.native Kansan. filled with enthusiasm and optimism, believing ' thoroughly tUat a great future lies before the people, and particularly the farmers of this state, if they but live up to their opportunities and make the best of the illimHable resource."* the • .slate possesses. His talk was lU- ' tened to with eager interest, aii'd those who heard it felt that they hail been brought into close touch with a groat enterprise and had been made acquainted with a most whollf .Homp and attractive personality. Number^ (Continued from Page One) no last minute rush for you, that •• you already i-havu iiresents for everybody on your Christmas list. Tiipte are plenty .of otber things to occupy your time the last week or ty.-*t before Christmas aside from chopping, so make it a poiat'to do that early this season. You will never have ^ a more pleasurable, convenient and profitable opportunity than is being afforded yon by the - Christmas i Opening and Treasure Huot, in lola Thursday .•light, Friday an<| Saturday of this week. Numbers (Continued from Page One) day night in lola. Santa Claus himself, with a barrel full of candy and E.skimo pies, will be there to greet you and so will all of your friend _8 fiioin thirty miles around! Jl is the, first hip gun of the'Christ­ mas seasc ^Uj the Grand Opening of ' the most joyful time in all -,tbo yoar! Yoii can't afford to miss it'. DEWITT (Audrey Cress.) Nov. 21.—.Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hawloy and children spent Sunday in Chauute. , • ' i .Mr. and .Mrs. Wilson and Pearl took Sunday dinner ai Waltor Baker'.s. .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bnrke spont Sunday evening at J. A: Cress's. Mrs. Charley Stroh .ipent Saturday evening with .Mp. Stinson while the men folks Went hunting. Mr. and Mrs. WiLsoh and Pearl and Mr. and. Mrs, Baker and Dorothy Mae, and Alva ^rooks spent Sunday aftornoou ay the J. A. Cress home. The pie supper at De W'itt We<l- nesday night was well attended. The in-oceeds amounted to about twent.v-four dollars. The young folks of this vicinity attended the charivari for Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Faulknvr Wednestiay night. .Mrs. Faulkner was, before her marriage, .Miss Thelma .Martin. " .Mr. and .Mrs. A. E. Foster of near PMiua. called at the Charley Stroh home .Monday.. Paul iand Floyd Stinson spent Sunday'afiernoou with the O.'iiran- der hoys. .Mr. Jbss Jenkins, Anna and Jesse, jr.. called at Stinson'a Sunday eveiiing. •Most bf the faimiers are busy husking: corn. Several from this vicinity attended the senior play at the high school Friday night.. The title of the play was "The Wrong Mr. Wright." Stolen Car Recovered By Sheriffs Force Members of (he sheriffs force yohterday recovered a stolen car three nilloH east of I,aIIarpe.' The car. wiiH stolen Saturday night from W. M. Tlley, wlio lives at follH, Knns. The cur Is a 1926 FonI roadster. SAVE A LIFI-:—BlJy 1'HKI.ST- .MAS SBi^LS. Xn. r. G. WUtBker Bans Keedle Int<^ Hand, Caaslnp Patafal la- jary. ThaaksflTlBir Dlaaers aad I<ocal Veatioa. (.Mrs. W..E. Payton.) (X)L(>NV, Nov. 28.—Mrs. Rasa Lewis is spending a conple' of weeks at the home of ner sdn Har­ ry'Lewis and fatnlly. at Kingman. MIEVS Hazel Markley was a gu4st of her aiint. Mrs. A'iola Young, at lola, over Sunday. Miss Daisy New.lon, who Is librarian In the high school at Pawhuska, Okla., wai at home for the Tliankigiving vacatipn. .Mr. and .Mrs. Orval Chatterton were down from Lawrence Sunday visiting home folkft. Her grandmother. Mrs.' Martha Day accompanied them and remained for a few days stay wMh friends. . The family of Mr. and Mrs. Chan Denton enjtyred a big turkey dinner at the parental home Thanksgiving, da.r. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Denton. Jack and Jean. Mi.s» PattI Denton from Wichita, Mr," and MrSi George Denton and Mar^orle from Osawatomie, Mr. and Mrsf Fred Deiiton and Harold and her^ parents, .Mr. and .Mrs. (!eat;ge Talbert from lola. Lee I^'sater. was up from Bar- tlesvllle on businesA, Saturday. .Mr. and .Mrs. L. T. Barron and .Mr. and -.Mrs. John Hannah from Halstead Kp «nt Saturday wlth.r«]a- tlves at Neosho Falls. C. K. WhIUcre and family and Mr. and Mrs; C. V. Clark and lltrl* Mns spent Thanksglvlag with their dang^ter and sisterj Afrs. Floyd Meek ;«t^ Ottawa. Mfa. Clark and Misess Lenore and Idabell Whitacre remained over the week-end. Mr. and Mm. O. R. SUlwell' arrived home Monday evening {torn a vtoit at the.bome of their dangh- ter. Mrs. John Borton. in Kansas City and a shoH stop with Mr. and Mrs. Tl'm. Ossenbeck at Wellsville. Mrs. V. G. .Whkacre had the misfortune to run a n^aie into the fleshy part of her hand one day last week and on Siinday Mr. "Wbit- aker accxunpaniod her to the hqs- 1 pital at Cbanute. where a portion jof the needle nearly an inch long was removed. .Mrs: WMtaker and children remained with .lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H.' Packjer, at Humboldt until she will be again able to use her hand. •Wood Buftolo Park. Canada's gi-eat national game preserve, is half the size of Scotland. Chevrolet Coach Stolen From J. B. Dieker Here- j •• A Clievrolet coach belonging to J. B. bieker was stolen from^ garage at 520 South] street /^Sir; night according to repbrts received ^ by local police. The j car. a 1926- model. was placed iii the garage, last nighj by Mr. Dieker. He found out. at noon today t|iat it was'hissing. • . ELSMORE (Dork Beeman.) Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd Sparks and family of Erie spent Sunday at the Bert Watson home. Several are reported sick with Colds this damp, chilly weather. Good crowds have been attending revival meetings at the Methodist church, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Wills of DallajB, Texas, and Mr. .Marshlander, .pastor. Word has been received from .Mrs. Ira Bacon who is in Excelsior Springs taking treatments, that she is doing nicely. .Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Basinger and daughter, Alta of Moran. attended [the funeral of Grandma Juckron Sunday afternoon atld spent the evening with .Mrs. Curley Beeman and children. : Mrs. E. CJ Moore jis the proud possessor of a new electric washing machine. ; •Mr. and Mrs. Zuerbuchen of Walnut, Kans.,'spent; Sunday evening at Ihe Geo. Squires home. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews and da'ughter, Blanche, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr?. Wallace of La- Harpe. .Mrs. Zack. Pride and Eldon and Mr:;. Hedos'sa Leland, widow v->t »rank B. Leland, l\re.sident of <'••> United Savings bank of Detroit, has filed suit for 400 shares of the bank stock which Mr. Leland Ikilled to a daughter by his flril •wife. Mrs. Katherine L. "Worrell of Detroit. Mrs. Leland says that she gave $85,000 toward enlarging the bank and thai Mr. Leland agreed to leave all the bank stQck to her. -1 • Mrs. Dora Beaflu Nikmber4 (Continued from Page One) are gaining excellent training un I'or the IjaderKhip of Mr. UohertsI The orchestra came into enviabi promiifente through a Kansas ('it Star editorial last season ond ha filled Hoveral out-of -town onKagei inents.l It has bcrrtme n pomian ent musical orRnnlzotlon of UAi und expoctH to entertain lola and Ipnc^sithls winter, announccnifnt of which will ()•• made laleri; Numbers our securing him for the address tomorrow. His talk will not ^be in the interest of,his own business but will consider teommunity building in the broadest sen^ and vrlll be of vital interest to all. Resfer- vations can be made by calling the Portland hotel before 10 a. m. tomorrow and it Is expected .that a large number of our business men 'will take advaatage of this opportunity and attend. Plates will 'be 60c as usual. , tii were shopping in Bronson Tues lay; drpn are to give program at the The .school ihil a Thanksgiving hall Friday uightJ .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Squires are enjoying a new radio at their home. • PLEASANT PRAIRIE (.Mr.s. Ella Ponsler.i Nov. 2 .S.—.Mr. and .Mrs. 1. E. Imck -spent Tlianksgiviug day with .Mr. Lineback's nephew, l-'reif back and family of Ohanutc. Mrs, Edna Edwards and daughter. Elda Irene, spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Harry Sigg. .Mr. and .Mrs. Henichel Smith entertained with a ThankHgivlng dinner: .Mr. and Mrs. I. O. .Morrison, .Mr. and .Mrs. Russell .Morrison and (hildrcn, Orville and Carol Bess; Mr. and .Mrs. Perl Baker and daughter,' Ix)is: .Mr. and .Mrs. Ira .Morrison and sons, -Max and Marvin. . , • Harley McVey and family spent .Sunday with his parents, Mr. and •Mrs. W. .McVey. .Mr. and .Mrs. John Rcuther of lola, spent Thanksgiving with Harry Siga; and family. Hardin Lineback' and Elda Ed- ] wards. rc«turned to' Pittsburg Sunday after .spendinig tln'ir vacation with their parents. • Earl I'aiton went to Pipevllle, Mo., to visit his parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards spent Thanksgiving In Humboldt with Mrs. Brj^nt and eon, Elmer. Mr. and Mrs. D. Landon Were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cha.s.: Franklin Thank.sgivlng. .Mr! and MrS;. Albert Brcjuillard of Par.sons^^ spent Sundays afternoon Aviih7Arthur Edwards and faniily. Everett Ponsler spent Sunday i with his si.ttcr, .Mrs. Dewey Smith and .Mr. Smith in lola. Mrs. Chas. Williams went to lola Friday to take care pf her mother, Mrs. Cole, who Ls sick. Herschel Smith and faniily spent Sunday with .Mh and Perl Baker. Tuberculosis is a house disease. It thrives best in dark, poorly ven- rnated homes. The only thing loft for a girl to do when a fellow becomes too sentimental is to sit on him. Christmas Hea(Iquarters Established! Snnlu is cnminj; soon, in fact he huH hail tiv^ here und looked over the entire town Jieadtiuarters. He .ver.v wisely chose the er.v. You know how particular this jolly about! his eat.**. He inspected every depart Htore 'nnd expressed his entire satisfaction, lis you will find wholc .'Jome food iirod all the dainty sweets here. The utmost in maximum service. repre.senta- convenient Cjentral Groc»ld fellow is i|nent of this' The result as well as luality with udts W.S. Low South Side of Square J. W. Lamay: lOc SATIMiB and 90c lOc^ aad SOe TODAY—LAST TIMES A smashing, crashing drama in which one man siaves a valley town by jdriving an au-; to tractor into the breach : caused by a crumbling dam! Thrills and action galore in Richard Dix's iatest iand greatest "MAN POWER!" •I ! ADDED—"Busy Lizzie," two reels bf ^medy. Also Paramount News .showing plenty of football, Comhusk- ers conquer Jayhawkera-r-Sevjerai gpod shots. WEI»K8I»AY AM> THIRSDAY— ' On the Screen—Ben Lyon an<4 PauHne Stark in Out of the very heart of Jazz-mad 'syncopatioh came the wail of saxophones, cryinj; of loneliness and tears that fall unseen. She know the ominous notes were echoing her own distress until love should drown them but. , Also Comedy and Xovelty Reel. ON THE STAGE— MILO'S IN • Laffin Sam from Alabama Direct from Honolnhi—^The biggest show of its. kind in the world —FEATURING— MAXINE MILO Premier Lady Saxophonist of Afliprlra AND HER GANG J- MISS IRENE VINCENT The l^dy With Two Voices iVflLO—"LAFFIN* SAM" * Pr/ncipal Comedian and Eccentric Musician— One of the Gang OLIVE-CORNET AND PIANO Both at once—Thank You 7~PEOPLE-7 ALL ARTISTS • ^_ I ' COMIX; .SOON—.WNrie Prrrost la «3r «B Bait"—Kaynoad Xeaae la "-Fhe Loae Ea^le" -.Vary i'tor and Gilbert Rolaad la " BOM of the (ioldea Wrttt"-^ DoBgla«i HTcLeaa la •^•ft CasUoaa'* aad oa tke Stage, Doley's KeBtBek7.S«reaaderB-ll.Aitbt«. "Chaag,* tiie auMt iuansual of alL Blllie Dove Irt '^e Aaierlcaa Beaaty"—Bebe Daiilels la '*Swlm, IGitir^iriBr aad maax othera for yoar eater- taliiBient after shqppfag^! ^ ilii iHJ B lift iiii n n YOUR CHRISTMAS Chnstmas Suggestions Silk Hose Kid Gloves Suede Gloves Blankets Handkerchiefs Bath Robes builted Robes Corduroy Robe.<i ': Hat, Boxes Silk Pillows i » Silk Underwear Sweaters - Pocket Books Under Arm Bags T^ead Boards, Pictures, Glassware, Vases, Book Ends, .Trayis, Magazine Racks, Perfume Sets, Ties, Silk Hose, Atomfzers, Towel Sets, Scarfs, Lunch Sets and hundreds of other inexpensive novelties. Dresses Another new shipment of black .'^at- in back dresses. $15.00 values, choice $7.98 Coat Dept. A big .shipment of new coats, bought tit a pril-o, values 10 $.37.50. Choice . $21.75 Guaranteed furs and linings. Millinery Soiith Side Square 75 Hats on the Shelf. Choice , I $1.98 I The Store of Better Values Let the small solid <i (|aHre represent PerhninN. Imagine it^enlarged to the size of the lipi stinares, and yoo can prasp some idea of onr. par- (•'hasInK power throngh the .AffUlatcd Clothiers. Please, Sir—Try to Picture enlarged more than 100 times Tremendous, Gigantic. Colossal—^tfcose old war horses of circus poster usage become; jjenteel, matter- of-fact descriptives when applied to .such an organization. Yet as a buyihg organization we are that large. Being members of the Affiliated Clothiers we'have joined hands with more than one hundred other clothiers of the United States. N. B.—127 exactly—many, of them represent businesses doing much more than $1,00.0,000 in business annually. Employing with them the keenest merchandising brains, pooling with them into orders of immense volume, much of our merchandise requirements, exacting w^ith them the highest standards of excellence, thus buying as for a single quality store of unparalleled outlet, we are able to command values that smaller buying can scarcely approach. Individual ownership assures you friendly jservice and attention to be secured in no other volume buying way. In afldition, alert style scouts keep us in touch with new and unusual fashiOns- when they actually are neW and unusual. Thus it is we can serve you, not, alone'with betler values and unquestioned quality, but aLso with truly exclusive anid orijginal styles. This being the only af- \ filiated Clothiera Store in lola, naturally you can expect to find such service nowhere else but at • Trr^ > > „r '.iJi -J -rjJ -r -J '^r 2r -^:P ::.r^:i -:^::^'^-:4^.^

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