Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 24, 1928 · Page 2
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I • • PAGE TWO THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. Tl^ESDAY EVENING. JANUAI^ 24^ 1928. BATTI^E LINES FORM FOR TRIAL 01^ HICKMAN roni'KVSATlONS. Tlii'iir ':i riiil ;>iiy lOri 'p Vft \ l!ut ilioiigli ilic sii'iijH nrfl brotvn ..t iV'll.inls loo^ likf llowiirs il !<i- Uan- IjiisU Kcillt-il (liiwii. TUc ,'.vfl ()iia' UT" 'lull aiKl coIorl ^'SR A- ;Si(.'iiin!.>rs cin|)^y"liu<k; Till! Auiirmi inlors fiaiiil llie .sky WIi 11 liayli^li: tmn :>:to dusk. . Till• Mill is pal'-r than U\ .llinc; I'.s \;,\. .'U- lVi.|)Iy .S1M-II, ThiTf i.-^ uo : (ioi'Kfoiis luirvfst ;iio;>ii; ' IJut lti :i :l )S lili -.s Jiic 1< il. ** . " Ami tiioiipii w.- caniuil Wiilk abrond H<-f:ui;-fdl' .--nxiiiy- wciillier, ' ;MI' wti. not cozy lit.-if at lioiin!, • A f;iiiiii> IOKCHKT''.' - -Ali'V VVilliHlii.-^ Wuiil ill llonsi:- liulil MafiaziU'-. i liijli Club Hol(l< .VuiihiTHjiry Tht' anniversary IIIK of Ciii- ty dub \{-iis yt -.^Jtcrrlay al 'tiM- " jioon in till- iKiijK- ol' .Mrs. K. I. Itwnion. Mrs. CcorKi' T. Talbcrt actjiiK a.s hi)?,li-.<i in tiic abscnui of Mr.s. Di -iiM 'ii. TIi>' afKriionii • WPS fcjit-nt Kj<!a !ly u il !i. Kaiiics. and at 0 oVlock a di :iii «r was si 'fvcd in fho baiiiiui 'i I'll.Ml of iln" ilot'-l ICfl- Icy. • One UniK ta'''c was i |si :d for llu' dinner servici' AIIII dis-orHlioiiti'in >PI1OW and wl.itc. Y.IloVi' I'anOli'.'^ liRlilwl Iho tabli' and tin- nut <iiii.- ' wtrf In the foiin of y.dlow iliry- Kantlu-mujns. Kayors of Kumdror candifstiek.s holdInK <*«ndl«>s were ' si'H! liy Mrs. Flori-ii>!i' Cd.ss. of Ja- .'»)ai';i. .NV Y., a forni/r nu-mb'T of • tbe dub. and hnnd'iiainli'd plauc - cards uoit> iu.scribcd- with Ih<' iiani'S ol lionorary iii<'mb<'rs ami tlu! O'vyi'.-i tliey h .id been activi' liK-!iib .i> They. \v«r<-: Miss l-'Ior- - ewx- SI ix, MfK. C. Wawn'^r. .Mrs K. i;. I rrell, Mr.s. f. (J Hanson ti\ ' I Klorenuf Cass. 0. Hanson, thi.- only lio.n- r.' . :ii'-iiilH 'r piisiMiI. Rave- a siiorl lai,; • • I'r ;.. songs v.«T<' stiiiK i!uiin« III' >r( . i-ss of thcjdiijiii -r. and bo- Iwi.'Pn 'hi' second ar .fl lliirrl coursi-s the ofliii.r.s and flu' rbalnufn of ilic ci'iiiiiiiuec-s wt're lionoK-d liy In inj; iiskcd tfj stand \yhil.^- flip oil-.ci nu 'inbers saiiK liniiTJilts alxMil lli .-ni. j , .Nirs. Ccorgo T.-, 'I 'i'll"" -<-.!iaiiinan op tin; difi )nr oo .iimiitfc :iud Miss Klizaticlll^ A |il was in cli'irKv of tlie proKiani. ^ -, • .Mrs. Nanuio McCarlV. of IIuiu- boliit. wa's a. «"d' tht.' follo.w- iug nioiubers att'.-ndpci:, Mrs. h ?loi-, «.'ni:L' HeldiuK. -Mrs. U. H. Carpentfr! Mrs. K. li. Cook. .Mrs. N. ,0. DodKe' JWi.ss Kll7.aljcth Apt. Mr.s. K.. V. Uor- selt...-Mii^s Alice Hi-udric.ks.i .Mrs. il H. JlcndPisdJi, Mrs. K. D: iMiit Mrs. K. E. Lynn, Mrs. linrnoy Mil• Icr. .Mrs: Chas. F. Scolt:, .Mr.s. G. T Talberl,, .Miss LuuUu Varncr. Ai's J. Li'inon, Mrs. Hoiacc .Milb-r -Mrs. ]>. O. Hanson. .\(T.S. E. II l.uiizbach of MiiinboMl; aiid .Mrs Ceorgo C. UalKariid, Ji'. •:• -:• —-SpiKial dress.A'alnM for Wod- lu'sday, One ruck of higher priced drcssos. Late v -iiiler and (iprJHK dresses, of Crepi* and Satin Crtjpc, black and epriri;,' -oiors— The Stylo Shop. <• • • . Enleitalns-Sunslilne ('li^ss Mrs. li Aloycr, teacher oi ih<- KunHlilne rlass of the Kiisl I!;ipiisl • '<luircli. entertained^till' class Sa;- •nrday afternoon in in'r liomc al • 'Mi .Vorth. First stn-oi. . .Miss Klizabeth I^i-di-rei: K.IVI- IWC . roadhiKs, sanies wejv jdayi'il and i two of Uie meniber.s, ^avi' piano ' .si-leclinns. Ilefreshnicnis werr neiv.'d .\inhi?r Slnijaki-i'. Pauline' : LedJ'i 'T. llorls MnyeV ajid Kllza- beth I.edorer were /j^iiesis. Vanlinr •••I.odL'rer and Doris .\'iii.'.-r assisi.-d .:Mrs, .Moyer. • , _ 'l.'ie nK'inbcrs • |t,'-< si-'i'ii wi'i. : '<5rac<" Koss, Cl.oiys Cnpp.v. KaM-- . Icuc Donablsoii ,nJ! I. ii.'i. ^loiiakii —New Stall:]''d liiit-lr! .'-cls. , S'-arf.-, I.illicln-.11 !s .'jiid (;l ;«s- 'I 'oWi Is. I'.u- III .'["he Slyb' • Shop. . ' •><'<' • l >tne>i (he IMdijilc Teiitii* • Coach L [;.• Tliuniji.^iiijlincd tiio (jcoaic ;.ani-^ of Ih.v Iida hicii .-^I'.i '.iKil wli 'i-!' "wiiil lo I'loit Si'oil ; yc;:<-rday t -.i d.-baTc wi;h. tli«' K.irl Sro;t hit'!! - iio.il liani.'', at Iti" Ki'Ucy'lioi. ; la.-t iii^li:. After din\ Sir:- lili' • V. :;;ii;5"s etnertainment v..'s 11 ;rpl. :i d at the Klil'' •llicaire I,I >,•.',• '.•-:. VI .'i :i Hcavcii.'.' Ti'c tiaw.; ionsisieil_ of I.uoile r. .\!a.\iii'- Wolf.' .lean CoK- - .:iu; lr:i .MiCarly. <• •> ; ^W-,v stamped (llas.'j Towels, liulfi'! .Siis. Scarfs and I.iinih..sets , i-'.k: lu >l ,iH>.— The Stvie-Shop. <• <• •> . « hariwiri I'ai-lr t'or Mr. mu\ y\F<i. .Smock Clcs.r !ii-!sbbors went to thi- home ..of .-:'.!:f and Mrs. H. D. Sniock !..-! i: lit to niniinl Jhenrof their r- (••'.• ::iarria!;e. Tlu; j>arty was - i-- •: •; lorni of a charivari and the , J was treated to icecream and T';. cioiii) consisted of;: .Mr. tind • f »Jr S Sh.cHey. Mr.; and Mrs ' r. li Stewart. >Irs.' M) Bla^ch^ .. M-,...d. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith. •\y>r :.Md .Mrs. C. M. Thoiiipson. Mr. : and :Mrs. ri'larencp ?inith and' Dr. ' :iiid .Mrs. K. .1. McKwen. ;^ • •> fTftifoinjifliP.'iii CIJISX Eiifertalitv Tlie inenibers of tho Philonia- iS-.in clas.'-- of, (he t'nitcd HretHren Sunday scholil. f!ave a >oi lal last ' iiiL;hi in the !)iii:einent of the .church . 1' r (111' men's tloldcn Kale, class l.''iid the incniliers of the Christian ; 3-.';ideayor society. ; Tbere were jiratnes and musif -foe diversions, and ii lunch w'Un :served. ;' Last, week the c\pss Rave a • sketch "Tivelve Cbmicaj Country " <:oiisln8" for tl>;e licnefit • oit tho .jfboif and next Tbursdaj; night fjie. ('iirro)it KrMils tinb .Met'ls- A nieeliuif: of the Current Kvent.-: club was iHdd yesterday afternoon ill t'.e luftno of Mrs. I'. S. Itay. the a'Bni.stiUK hostesses beinif .\lr.!:. .N'. ('. I .Mcliityje ami Mrs. llichard E\vi!i«. .^11 annoiincenient w;is made that all !ii/'inber» w'ere ur'-!ed to alien 1 a. c-.illeil In <•eIin^ Wedncrday niuin at Meniorial hall when is "Can-'as City film will pie.scnt plan.s and s ;tei 'ifi<-ati <:ns covt'riiiK' projiosi-.l water iniprovenients for tola.' Mr.". A. H. Hecot led the Mudy. Miscellanemw current events wove L 'iven. The storv. "The i;irl at Duke's" by Janjes Weber LiUn wii.s disc'issed 'by the club membeis. .Mrs. <•;. U'.'ciates read a paper on ••Indian' Ml.'' The book review -jf Zaiie CreV.s "The VanisliinK .\nur- ican." wliii.li was prepared fcy Mrs. (lef .'rce Crover. in-fcer absence was read bv .Mrs. C. .M. Crover.. " The two meetings for .vlareli w411 be lombined with tlie^ February meelines and wfll besin? proiiipUv «t 1' o'<']oi-k when a book revie-.v w'ili- IK- ^iven by tlie leader instead of a tieiieral di.scussidii. Tbe ini'eliiigs havei been broiiKhl forward on account <'>f the IJilly Sunday nii-etings In .Man li. Mrs. .1, N. \Vilsoii was- ii ;;uesi and the members attending; wer<>' Mr.s. Coo. Vosse, .Mrs. A. C. SpeeRle. .Mr .s. .I.'K. Cornish. Mrs. A. II. lie C0 .1C. .Mrs. Kichard KwinK. Mrs. M'. (). /-enliart, .\Irs. <i .\l. Crovei'. .Mrs. <j. AV. (iales. .Mrs. H. II. Sliei- man. .Mrs. .1. \V. Ilud.son. l\Irs. 1). C. .Miiiesin'-'er, Mr.s. K. W. Myler. .Mrs. II. 11. '.Martin. Mrs. .1. O. .Major. .Mr.". II «;. Kidneway. .Mr.s. .\. A .Scliell. .Mrs. W. I-.". Slarks. .Mrs. W. T. Thayer. Mrs II. L. AVuRii'-'i'. Mrs «!eo. J. Troiiibold, Mrs. Logan lluusaker and .Mrs-. .\. C. Alc- liitvre. ^ •• <. <. ^ : —Sp<'cial dresr.-i values lor WVd- nesilay, %'^\C<. One rack of liiKiier priced dres .^es. Late w-iilter aiid early spriiuc styles of' Cre|>e- and Salin CrciH'. bl.ick and .s .'iriiii; <ol- <irs.—The Sivle .SIiO]j. • -i- l>t>l"lii.v's: Enterljlin .Mothers One hundred iiud ten plates were served at a banquet Kiven la.st iiiKht by the Di-.Molay's for tiieir molher.s in the bamiuet' room of the .Masonic t-mple. Taul Cornier acted'as toasJnias- ter and various toasts were ^iven by the members. Howard Hell Welcomed the inolhers and .Mr.-<: W. II. '.Ander .-.on jjave the resixjn.-F. .\!is .s .Mar^'arei. Uoberts played j)i- aiio seleclioiLM and MiiiK CMara Bn.'wn .s.aHR several .songs, i Aft <'r the hantiuet the ni <i ;iiir.< were .invited lo the lodge rnoni for the (ipeniiiR of the ceremonies <ir the order, in which Ariliur-Hub- bard e.viilsiiiied tile ipurpose ui liie Drtlolay organizaiioii and lalks wero given by .Mr. f;, k. Hubbard, chairman • of li:e advisorv board and Mr. L. .V. <;i>h. .ludge Fnink R. Forrest -ninde a. spr 'ech. which was a large- (.art of 'the pio^'rain. <• • •:• £n1«)rfain Sorosls (Inb .Mrs. -Crr -M.: Lajner iuiil .vi;s. T. K. •.Noi'dgreii entertained the Soros- is club yi |Merday .il 'teiiioon in the bonie of the fornii-r. Tin- pii'sideiii, Mrs. Kloieii';'; Lon^shorf, Wijs in charge o| the ineeling. iJo'l lall responses wi n- "I'laces of Inleiesi in Kan>,is" .•\n invitation from .Mayor Hobait lo attend a-mass nieeiing Wednesday iiip.ht ill .Memorial hall for finding ways lo inspnive tb.^ city w.iler. anil an irivitalioii lo attend tile .Monieiif.s .Musical <-liib cosiuuie, • iM 'if.".! at the Presbyterian chiir <^'i: t'ini;;!it were • read Tlie inasur-i i-'s report w.-.s iriven and tin- pio- giain coiniiiltt. e .|i„- ihe liscal year w ;is iippoiiiled. .\ levie-.V. Ill' II... II,ne) "1!,.|„| lion" by .Maiii'l I'.riiiiin'Uov .e wa • 1 xc.lleiillv giM'h l.v I,. H. Wishapl and , .\1-. v; c ."ri.o'nias i -avi aii ' iiiti lesiiii:; jiiij;, ,• .i.., Karlv Kan-.i -i Si.iie.-nien." .Mis. (i. K. P <'.isg:ive tie r.-adiu:,'. • The Call of I\an -as" by .K .sih. r Cl.irl; NEWS EVENTS OFHUMBOLDT Hiinilioldl Mn<*le Clnb Holds Pni- orJim 3fw?(lns .Monday Ailer- nooHr -B. : K. Wise -Hero For Short VIsH Tbrtdrers? William Kdwiird Hickinaii (upper !• fi i ' ill • ''' tiefense against charges of kidnapping ;:i.'ii -i;.;. i:!.: Ii! foV either^side .will be .lerome Walsh i.f \<.:V .-AT ('! .• . tiicj attorney. :diowii at the upper •^i^•.;!t. Jud^e ( .u l(lower left), coiife-seil <'o:iipaiiion of llickii:;iii i.i ile- a;;aili.-l Hickinaii. MIR llii . al.d A; ft) v. ill •s .liill. Il.lli../ a K.;!. p; esidi Hr .MBOLDT. I>an.. .Fan. 23. -The llumbbJdt -Music club was rnter- jtained this afternoon, at fhe home of .Mrfl. J. II. ArmelJ .-V good at-' tendiin«:^\va.s prcsirht. ' and the prograin was given entiicly -j.s' ha! iboen pfannwl Mr.<!.' .1.. .1. .\moK w-as directoii of the study of the afternoon. Tl:c tojiio fur ilis.-iis- ''i .-'n and iIIii>:tr;ilion wa.s -The Op- jei -tLs, .Martha. II Trovatore, and ICainion."' The program follows: Paic;r -.Ma:!!!;!" .Mrs H. L. Works Piano solo "Quintette from .Mari ti!;:" Mi'-i. .V. '.I. Tnu-blood • Seii'iiior.s Troni.^'l'. Trovatore" i .J„.. .Verdl Mr.s. .Vlary Slater and .Mrs. J. F. Stevens ' (iypsy Song ''11 Trovatore"--Verdi Miss Dorothy Uiynolds "Hoir.e to Our .Mountains"--Verdi Miss Clrstrne Crook and .Mrs. Walter Hess Paper "Carnii if'—Miss Barrackman Soleel4ons, Carmen IMzet Mrs- Klla .Mcflinity Vocal solo. Habanera '•Cilrinen" • nizel -Mrs. F.'AV. Ilaitwig .Mrs. W. F. Fussniaiu who has been in Omaha. .Wbr.. last week, returned la.-^t night. She was <'all- ed lo Omaha by the death of her uncle. Win. \. -MeKiiieht. -Mr. and .Mrs. R. -M. P'.rkins and ; Robert I'erkins. of Kan'-as City. ! Kan-'-as, arc here visiting at the •home of Dr. tind -Mrs. .\. It. Cham: bers. j B. K. Wise, who has life'; travel- .ling in Okl.iTioma on bii: iness, ar- I rived here Saturday for a short IT. v^iih -^n ius:u.ily'^'»y family. He left again ^ , Todav. connsel Houston Democrats in \ Tangle Over Al Smith Houston. ye.x.. Jau. Zi. (AP>---A controversy over the proposed endorsement of Governor W Smith of .New York a.s a pre.iidential candi- ilate. has let the Houston demo- cralic e-\ecutive committe»> deail- lock on other parly all'air.s. -After a spirited rliscussion al a com'iiiitlee .-ession ia.st night, pan ^ of the iiienibers today claimed* (iovei-iuir Smith bail been endorsed while (jthers insisted he bad not. Charles W. Bryan Is Not Candidate for President Lincoln. .Neb.. Jan. 24. (.-IP)— diaries W. I'.ryan. former governor of -\ebra.-ka. toilay instructed secretary of .state -Marsh to withdraw Ills nafne from the Democratic presidential preference primary ballot at the (Oining election. Pe- liiioiis from the six congressional districts. rt-<iue .5ting that .Mr. Hryaus name go on the ballot, iiad been fiied with, the secretary of stale. hi'.'. (• .1 dni \tt ait 11 I. OS As .iii'fl \V. * IK'.-" w talk- Hill. .Mrs. W-. H. .•\nderson I 'd on parliamentary rules. T 'lM' hosie.'sses ' served a two- c^iurse' iiiiich. iMis. .\i:ile!-.-oii of Pill dick, Kaiisa" and .Mrs. K. 15. Stodghill were puesis . The .'iienibers present were: l .)r. I ,„j Lucy Hull. :>Ir.s. K. W. Ilagluiid. .„„ .Mr.--. (I. 1. Carliughouse, .Mrs. A^. ,,,,, II. .\iideisoii. .Mrs. .\. V' Ciiriisiin, >,i,.l' Mrs. ha X), Kellev, Mrs-. ,1. P. Kirk. Mis. 1!. L. Kceiiig. .M:-s. Florence dn; l^piiusiiore; Mrs. i; K. Pees. Mrs. V. !. Ki.ik. Mr.s. D. I!. .Mcl^iily, ; rieat-ant Valley Hill The 11'. t :il ; • li -. .-1 ..!. : \::A 1,1. •. i !i ' -. -, f '.• •.', .1 I ;he Vi I \ liiu: II ;i!le 'il •11. ' 'I i.» v.- i ' • p.!;i! .1 w !:i 'Mil ^•.' iiii iiii iil!!\ :' 11; la I 'L I'.'l v.-i' ho ' \ 1 i 1 .11 I. I .Mrs 1). P. .\e>lliviip. I.Mrs. W. K. i Lyons. .Mr-;. V.. 1). Shields. .Mrs. :C. i-: Uiis-=elL .Mrs. W. E. Itiim'.;.!'. ; Mrs. Clyde Tliomiiyoii. ..Mr.-. C. C ; Tho'iias. Mrs. F. . W. Sher-.vood. -Mr -i. C. .\. Swiggell. .•vlrs. R. V. |Tb'imps.i;i. -Mrs. T. W. Waiie. .Mvs. , P. M. Coutam. Mrs. L. II. M'isb- iard. .Mrs. W. .1. Kvans and .Mr.-. T. !!. Shannon I idblen Link (Inb Holds M«eliiiif The Ciddeii l.i.'tlc .liih h. Id ji'; ;iii:"li!li; .vesler(i;i.v aftiTn.^on in tin- j hoiii' of .Mrs. Biik .li ii-ru. \\, :,S();;t!; Co'loinvood stri'ei. .1 Till' pr'-ideilt. .'.I;-.-. \\ • V.'m.ii- • ri'.ff. ((.ijiiiniied the 'iiii-i.-iiir.; P'li; c.'ll -.i:!' ".My K .I vorilo'. Fln.\.ri '" , Th" I'-'-iin oil Kaiisa.-i bisti ly w;;- ill i!:;i:} f .Mr- .1. W Fife. Mr-^. ;M:ir!; KiU'.i r r":'.d :i. po'in. 'fii; ' t"'iiii;eni.' The- ronnil laide di'! cii-sii'!i n::-' ••Ci'ireld l';\eii;s.' ..\!|S..'|. U" Cjl'.ill V.MS i-I.-.le,! 1. , 1);.' 'mi'liili.'l-li';'. file lii--|e.--, ;i-• ' i-i.'-i'd i .v W. .M. Clo-,-. ...rve.l i ri'r.--lllllel;J-J. ' Till iiii;iiiji r.- ;il llii* ii.ei.'t'iu: • '.'.'•!.•: . W A. V>"<.ii :iviiII. .Mr-- ;.M;:r!c Piiner. Mi.:. I, II.. Cili '.-.i -i. Mrs.M. II. M.-Miii-niv. .Mrs. linn-.- i .A.'ni:;.'o.:|, .Mrs, .|. \v. Kl:- Mi: F;"d Me :,7 'e. Ml ^ (,'. M.-Pher n. M.---. M. M. fio,;.. Mrs. C. A. Hiiidrieh-. .Mrs. .V \Villi:!ms. \h". II. F. 1)1-1)1. .Mr-^ WiPiiiii Cil- low :ir,il .Mrs. M. It Wi^lsoii. ^ \e« Location. HI£. MadiMin. First , . riobr Liist ofj", ; UroMlis Urns:.Store. IMione 17 <i r, III.' ill h .1.1.-1 te:- hi ;•• Hubert:: i"-:r .-.'i--, l!;uli.. We;'" !'!;!•>.- nlii .l: Mi"l ••••iP Wi.diii-d .'iv I'" I'eriy i:il'.iv. Vi -ifTll-; ;*''l ;i ; ' \ \ i- iv,., f..th.'; b;,s «•• ek u il 11 dis'ir:!' r. Ti.e, :•. W .-^llll.-'.. V il, • 'li'w-n I'll ML vv.,.; Ill: f' I 1: . /•'• 11 :• re 1- ( li . 'llH' • . . . Ml. i,- K:!I- • - ;?' • !l lis • k .il.i^' . :<,t;.;e !, 1'.- via ('I! 41 i iiii eiiiig, I •i) 'iv ;I I'.'.II lii .od V'>--'ii'. e j !im . Ill i'. Tile final ;irr;iii;:emi : '-i .ip,..;- A-biih. « '< .1 111 ck tie sociil 111 iii '.;bl. );:;,il ;.ry :;T. 'J'.'.ii !i] !.|;il '.i- ! v.o lie's jii-l _-;ilikr) •ii- ;i It ii :ii) a W^f. tvhj. *i :-:lppei :iil I Wij' pinipl •. ' ;• lie ujll li:- w;ori!. b.e ;l.:;i! bu.v ;.s a ii'''!--|ii 'iKll'-Ml.Ml:' ilOliUel cj;- :js , . i '11 •.'.'"•>': : e ;i - ilv s.'. .;• j;!! I .vilO i.ii: 1 !• i<"S ih< jil'i .v ;i. t';eii fiiiil the l.'ii ^ihv M l!;- !iii-.v <,r lie ,';-:;d .•-:|i , :::;' su pp.- with hil!i. I ( i.!::-i':| ill .U of ;i . f;.ri'l- iilljiT Ihii.i.vs lo , male M: iisram will be iiiVeil coi 'fee •iV 'ill be scrvi;d tr T 'l correct mtstajk .wi'ek's items will s'aj' Hey. Will g counsel Claudij, filov.-r. principal of geU 'S dis*- <,ij|. of 11 ,0 .Neoilesha <:-ity schools. |lby HiintrwaH in Hunilioldt over the week- II lestifv ivisiting her parents. .Mr. and • ^Mrs. W. V. Clover. . I Mi'^.-y Uyerley.' a student ••- I of Parsons junior college. has '.vas ana- \ beiMi bore .several days al the home neighbor-' "f 'tfi' parents. .Mr.. :ind Mrs. W. < ontribut- i B. Clover, was the I '"^i Stock Company Is i At Kelley Theatre ! Robert Pitii? ol preenup, Ky.,'and Lhls housekeepe'r. Marie Frazler, ; pictured above;, are held witiiout '•• bond at Winchester, Ky., charged ' with the torture and slayinjs of , three-year-old >Mary Magdalem* : Pitts. The W (iman alleges; the father beat the _glrl to deaih.JThe • father declaresVthe housekeeper hold the chlld ;6ver a stove iintil Its back was' blistered, jhen rubbed salt and turpentine ,iiii</ the v^nds.' Serious Disease Is Spreading Over U. S. W.ishingioii. ,ian. 2!. (.\P.)— •\Varxiing lo Ui.- piildic in-general a.gainst fulameria. :• serious an'l often knowi: as "lalii.it fever" or "deei-fly fevei" lia- b.-eu issued Jiy Paul t;. Redingi.,n. chief of tiie biological survey, and approved by, • the^iublii: health serytce. Gostes and LeBrix Arrive at Colon Colon. Panama. .lau. 24. (.\P)— Cosie.s and Lebri.x, the French aviators, flying from Barranquilla. Colombi.i. iairded al Fratice field at 11 a. m. - f'le.iii white rags wanted at fho Kegister office: will pay 10c 1'.). .If V;'.l! iiis.'.of I al -h ;i >;ie bi|i;iios?j liil --i jor till ))e in Ihe form X! FridiVv ;;iily will i . one will i Du'iinskey Brother.s stock com- coiitiilii.s , pany made it.^ fir.->t aiipeurani-e o." 'Iheolh- the season last niglit at. the Kel- h<' ow-ni-'i- lev theatre in ••What .\nn Itrought • or as a Home;" The audience was wi-il a decora-' pleased with Ihe iircsentaliou. To- tl the one: night the toropany presents, niist open ni'ig Rack ^nr Cluldren." ho w-ears - -. '• .vill shar..: program lid a few 1 a; short "Win- '1' . -A dfver is not. simply "dropped overboard'; lo fall alm-ist likd a intone to the 'bottom of tin- sea.,He irst. H<it lowereit very cajiefuily at a rate "•. also. I —averaging about two feet amin- in la.sl ' ute—that allows .t!ie pumps to sup- 1. . AVilliani: P'y the proper air t'lressiire. fTtb- I'll'v is Ihe miiiiHtcT in .Charge in-, erwise he would inobahly suffer s'.:nl <.r .!. .). HallieVl. las stated. ; great pain, with bitt'ding:at the .Mrs. lt;iy Cotih 'irit sister, of .Ve-,'eyes, iiose and /-ar 's. The rate at ('•'d' -h;;. \ jsiii'd Ifer aii'l laniily and | ^^''"''i' he is with.ifrawn frimi ilie .^Ir. K's I ;i:cuts Sunday. water is slower still. 27 Years of Successful: Merchandising in Ma V •--iLi". ^1 .Meet all door calls, from si.\ to nine in tbe evening, with:a package of .IKNNY WRFN in your hand, or ;i jiaiV package will do if yim do not have a filll otje. It it's only your neighbor cojiiing to pay a .social call, ym lose nothing; but it it's the Jenny AVren Girl, she will hand you an ord.-r OU' your grocer lor ;inoiher package, and :t OHE DOLLAR BILL and an oppo.rtuniiy to t row over your neighbor who ••didn't believe .she will coiiie tonight." You must have the package of JK.NXV WIIE.V iii your hami UIIE.V .voii open the door. BE READY! Gi'catly Lin(Je? priced: No half "way meas- lu-e.-^ useji in this Great Clearance of Fur Coats. Ev^r.v one of them is of highest quality fuiwperfectly tailored and conservatively-styled, assuring several years of service. T the season.' Inis is the awaited event of On Display Now An Aittact Spring Frockis a K.xcmpiyfyinff the smartest thoughtJn-: fashioning of the .slyii;ih modern woman, who kn6\^s.apd fill values the.se frock.s representl. S200.00 Fui^ Ciats reduced to ..; .$133.34 i?169.00 Fu^ G»ats reduced ta ... .$112.67 S150.00 Fur Coats reduced to .. $100.00 S89.00 Fur Co its reduced to .... $59.34 S79.00Furtoks reduced to .... $52.67 ve.Showing of New $10.^5 .....js and meeling the needs (iaii appreciate the wontler- Remarkable Values for the Home! THis Beautiful ^ Piece Diining Suitd Convenient Terms Siiitt-.s toA.sist of 6f>-inch biiffot. -12x5-l-inch e.xtension table, OHO hp.st chair ami five .side chairs, constructed of K<'iiuine Arnei-ican walr |Ut venper combined witjr selected hardwoods. Chtiir .seats covered with choic4 quality .Jaci)uard veloiir. . . SEE THIS*^[>rrE ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOWS 9x13 Foot Convenient Terni.s A wide range of striking new design.s, every one of .standard fiuality from a line of the be.st known Axminster rug.s. ' Disclontiniied Patterns Whitull An^o-Persian Rugs America's Finest Wiltons—A Splendid i Choice ^of Patterns Size 9x12 ft., regular .^L^O.OO vialue.s, .sale price 22';i>x36-inch, regular $10.75 value, ,«ale price . 27.\54-inch, ^regular $16.00 value, sale price .•J6.x6.3-inch._¥egular .$25.d0 \^alue. sale price 6x9 feeit, rej^ular $97..'>0 value, .sale pricg 9x15 feet, regular .$215,00 value, .sale prrce llr'JxIo feet, regular 8269-50 wilue. .sale price . _.$119.75 _-S8.60 --SI2.80 _-S20.00 —$78.(» -Sl72.0e -$215.00 A. R. SLEEPER

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