The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on March 17, 1927 · Page 6
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The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1927
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WALTER IN 4 WHEEL CHA HIT AND MISS THE JOTJk DAILY REGISTER. THURSDAY EvfemNG, MkltCH 17jl927. Team Which Plays lola in Opening Game of State Tourney Did Not Win in i: Tourney. ; Winficlil. Kaiis., AJar. 17. The •\Vinlielrl liiRli .sihool bHskilball ti'ani. wliidi opposes lolu liiRh in lln- oponiiis SHiue of Uio Kuiisus Hialc loiiriicy Friday al Hays, has bad an in ami (iiit season. • At tiim'.< l 'oai:h :Uill .Martin's men lulve jilayeil .'likp ihauijiions; at other times they havi? larked stuniina and co'ie.-^iiili. ' ' IWlnlTeld loyf sixs 'ahies in the Ai'kaiisas Valley leaBiie this st;a- Kf -n.- -Most of the sertr^s wi 're ilose. . The ,!diie. and wiiilejiive. lost two flames to Kl Dorado.j two to .\e\v- ton, one to Wiehltjj^ and one to Arkansas ("ity . J'he ilalter iwo d-- n-ats wer-e'by very «|<ise .snores and came aliont tiirouK'i tallies; ill llie tii'iiil lew niiniites of, play.. 'i'lte lo<al live \\\hi the h'Sl de- fi -ILslve leain in tllt leaKUi- 111 s year and Jicdd oppiJiients to an average of HllKhtly jinore than I'o jwihl:! per Kanle. 'I 'heir best exploit of the sea .«(rti was when tlu 'V liiifieil. Wellinnlon bark with only ,<! points' while KinKnian in one Kiinie inailf only S (•(innters. HI!/.- zar'd. wUli[ jiiinp .H center and then retires tola il'densive position, am! ("oi'hi-an. jday I lie miard positions, t 'aptain W'liitsoii plays the floor.on offence with .MillspaiiKli., Hicks. Sidwell. and Sdiniidt alliiiiatin'- as forwards. i Winfi'dd lost to Arkansas City. ] I to IS. in the tourney liiials lierc: bill was seletled a .s one ol four teams over the «tate' to enter the stale foiiriM'V. Twice "the locals i JiaVe woir .stale honors, lUlc" ill I Jill!! and aKaIn iii 19l'fl! Harrv iSindair^ Win Fight Triar Verdict 'WasliiiifitTm. .Mar. IT. (AIM ('(Hiyictcd by a jniy lif .contempt of the isenate. Harry, K| Sinclair fiinnd Eiiilty last nisln oii <ach of fon>' coiinls charirinK refii-sitl to an- .'•wcr <!Uestlons in the senate Teapot Oouic o;l iiivestisatjoii. tfiday was determined to fiKht his -way to the diipreine crmrt in an effort lo • keep out of jail.; I'nless he ^j;ran(s a moti6n for a ni'W iri.-il. •Ii 'istice Milx has no option bin <o impose a jail .sentence.; ^Tlirce House Soldier Bonu^ Bills Are Killed EIGHTTEAMS STILL ARE IN Three Kansas Conference Basketball Teams Yet in ' Running; Hillyard Team Plavs Phillips. • I Eight Colleges Arc 'Complaint Is Issued Dropped: by Committee; iFor Hagen's Caddy Walter .Ndinson. \\a .<hii:f;:<in iiiK at liie fjtnatiir's Taniiia.i Kla.. reinrn lo thi' capital, bcin*;i ni;ei'i baby da 'iiKhter and K. .V. Kyiuiii. club. \ lliltcliniK acc. broke his .inkle praclic- t ra iinilij; canii>. Ilerr' hi at llie I'nion Slalioii Kansas City. .Mar. i.M'i'- With eislit teams remainini; in i play, the National A. .\. W chani- ' pionsliip .basketball. toiirnaine;ir will be oiutiHiied here tonight. Ti niphfs Banie?.' will s-e Kini>or'a * Teachers opjiose Waslibnrn . Cnllefre: IlillyTtrd^ of Ht. .Insepii. \|., . I VS. I'lilllips Univeisity: Wji liii.i : rntverslly vs. St. .lost ph l !i:ip -;.r and the Ke-.\asli-A, Kt-no-lia vs. .Mon.-ns. Lafayetie. Ind. Yesterday's resnl!.-: ^ I'billips I'.. Knid. Okla.. L'<;; Kv- ansyille t'l.llcKe. Kvaiisv ill-. Iml. •>*, r .Ylonons. l,a''ay<ile. Ind. :i'.. liila .folleye. I hal .bVr. Ari/.. ::i. SI. .lo^eph IJfoosier-. tJ: .N'nirb ••rii Illinois Tiaclwr.- ii;.. • Kni?>oria .Slate • Tiaclie pi'ria. .Maryvill.' .Slat , ers. Maryville. Mo.. Wichita I'liiver.'iiy. t'aiii.ii ' l .cKinii team. C.-inion. III. T.i- l\e-.\';i,x|i-.\. Kcn<'>!l:i. 17; ; A. ('.. 1.1. Millyalds. .-^1 . .Joseph. :;'.; i:i • yi-ar, .\Ijroii. <)., Washburn (.'oIleK-. Topeka. (•ilninei Ccmncil Iviiiubls i.f f.d bus, I'liic-igo. 17. IS FOR LUkVE, WHO PITCHES FOR CINCINNATI AND ISA REPRE|SENTA ]nVE OF CU9A IM OASE^ALL IN THE UNITED STATES Negro Soldier, Now m Hospital, Under Arrest He. Kail) .lipiiclion Cily, Kans..' ... lAI'i il'iiv:il.' (I liii'lletoii .--i .Mii'r .-i; [•'ori Itiley who ironi tl ;i- ;;u,n .1 bonsi- .s'unil;i ,lir •I 'i :iM- I'.iinu I'rlvalf Ceorj;) \b\:>- Kii .inl. into 's-. wa.-i reiaplnre the lily hospital w K. (' by .In do; M. ; in .•; Ml ;ci,i 'ar 'lail tone for rr'-atment Of ;eciivic| 'a li.ilf.lionr |)rrvio(is Mini.- with .SKI. Cbarl.s e^ty. iiilored. iiiiliiary l)olii-|( 17. n-Kro scap-ed i |y nlKhl llaKc- niicon- I last eri- he ivoiinds in a llard- inalh Shamrock Springs Are Covering Irel^ders is npon his by his wife. .<e(relary of lln- WaHhinnlon ball Sunday (Jolf Is Up to The S. C. C.ovcrnor CoUimbia. S. C. .Maich 17. (.M'ii — Wheilnr liie aniricin bine law i >r Sonfli Ci-rolina. foi Inildint; anion oiliei' liiiliK^ liie playing; ••( ;;.)lf. i, to rcni.iin iiiiact or ))e MI|H. rs (jell b.v a more liberal siatiiii' today sijiiarelv up III (iic..-ii: >r Cicliavd Till' stall i -x<,-cii!iv; . wlm icctiil, ly leviviil riKi<i eiijone,!ii(;ii o; il I Topeka, Kans., liar. 17. (Art — i Three hoii .se soldier- bonus bills J were killed by ihe senate and two (iilfrrs substituted. The lalier e.v- tend the ajjplication <leadline lo .li^ne :!", V.<-2!i and reitfiil Ihe ri«lil <.)|l' appeal to rlislrii-t coitrt. Some -I,.'!!!!! niore inen'who have been airreiiiied by llie ^var department to Kansas will by eligible lo re'ceivi'- bonuses if llie "^measure |s enacteil.' " .) . 1 Sheriff and Two Men ; Held |or ('ar Burning Koperton, Ca.. Mat^ 17, (Al 'li^Sheriff W. 1.. M'liichpen of Treiiiien .-county, .loe j,ee and llenn- .Mj- l.endop, the lalier » farmi-r, were i tirresifd anain loday on warrants charKiiiK ih'hn with burning ihe lieriffs aiitohiobile the diiy afler the floKKing of .M. M. Maiiderii of till- Koperton .News. PRAIRIE yNION . (Mrs. O. D. I ^trickleri !Mar. l .'i. -.Miss l|-enc ("ox is al hnrtH' from liich sthool this we<di entertainiiig the measles. Master Harry l\inley, of the'or­ phans Ijome at Atchison! came last Saturday to makeihis home with Mr. and .Mrs. .V. T.: Slrickler. -Mr. and .Mrs. (!.'AV. MKIiiire and family visite«! Sunday with her brolhei:. Flovd Uoss ahd family. Mr. .-md .Mrs. .\. T. Stricklev, and .N'oia spent Sundav at IClmer Strickler's.' ; . .Mr. Schauhs. cow tester, was in tliiti vi<inity Sunday and .Monday .Mrs. l.eroy Tipple :ind .children visited hoiiie folks Tue.sday. W • are .i;lad to learn .Mr. aniH Mrs. Uiiss Hand have arrived fnini Indiana and are asiain -one of- our 'neishbnrs. as they are locatiiit: en -Ills farm just south of f'oloiiy. i\Ir. Krtmsberc threshed!kafir for .|/f;.i "W. .MeCnire, N. T. and Ora Strickler Tuesday. , .M'-s .C. W." MiCnire and llerlii-e 'and .Mrs. .\*. T; Strlikler and .Vola calK'd on .Mrs.' Van Hester Satiu- <lay afternoon. .AIIIKMIKII only • L'7 ye:irs old now, Waile Ho .vl. tlie Yankee jiiii !i IT. hai bad iHMrlv a dn /en yt ;ii-^ experience ill pi ofessioiial b.iv, ball. llo >l vvas a .Mimii'of 1 .'i w in n ly wiiM tr.Hi >l('nei| bv Hi.- .\'ew- . Yo|k (llaiilH. • I • lid lime law; ha.'' giv<hi°ilo iiidlra'- lion of bis attilisde Hulaid Ihe n>'W •blui- l.'iw liil! lliiil rec.-lv'ed linal ac' r,ion al lie hand.- ol tiie le;;i?.|aluie la -l in >hl .viiii the overw heliiiing iMicpiim. iiv i !ie ,• iiai.; ii; h ss than ::ii;!iii''s of lionsij amendment. .\iild Iteekie, a name ]iopiilarl.v MVi !. d 111 V;. '.nliii: means Old .•^11 oUy I's ii.,e ilite- from ih-," time w-iieii l ';(1iiibarKi; was the |i: ' e Iji Si iitbind. Jess Doyle Is Civen Sentence to Lansing I'arsons. Kan.-. .Mar. 17. I.M'i .less Ltoyle, ('ofiivville. Kali .1^. was Selllellced lo IWO CI ill-^Ci II t i M- lerms in the s^aie p.- niltiujary to da.v by .liiilKe W l> .MKiii^nii in di.-!rii.l court ijere. 'ihe firsi sentence was frmp five in tin yiars on a cha!ge of li 'iv^lary Tiie M - ond was fioni one lo five ye;ir> mi «i charite iif larceny iii coniiei i i .i :i wiih 111" liurnlary. I.asi week ,a .iury fnuitd iioy!.- !;iiilt.v of iiiirulary and I.uiiuv ;:i coniieciiiiii w th ;'ie liiirs- ar;. .if .he rfeifiiT .Il wi 'liy sii.i.' hi re lastt Octidier. Dnidiii. Mar. .17. lAl'i - 1 V ill.' LTieii today, I'atri' ii. •jKroni Cm-ii' to Hi I'liiii liiililii lo (he Kmerali "I '.'.i I Utile sririv-s of ••!'•!> ,i''. si 'i'.'i in i-rywhere. -Ml llie -dai^liil is takiiii; i!.'> \!l iiii'.'liij-s aclivllie-; I .'. e b .'i Ve; .-:op |)ed i- : iVi II II.I r to reliMioU I. . - ;.'.d . ell lir ;iiiiii;. ;riii is U>r SI. and vales sliam- lfa*it a III il hidl- jn the il the serv- ] Chicago. Ma^ 171 (AP) — Eipht Imidwestern colleKes were dropped .from the aecredited Hsl of .Vorlh- I Central .Association of ChllfKes and iSeconilary stdiools toilaj- by .the 'committee im higher education. Those failing to mwasurei up to the . siiecification.s tt -,erp: i'; Lombard'CollAse. Galesbiirj;. III.: Ripon College. Ripon. Wis.; Tarkio (ollese, Tarkio. Mo.: Friends I'nr- versity.' Wichita. Kan.: Pefianee. 'Collepe. Defiance. Ohio;! .'lIcPhBr- son College, .McPherson. Kan.; I'p- I iu:r Iowa I'niversity, Fayette. Iowa ;anil Hardin College, -Mcxicoj Mo. ; Five lola Church Teams To Basketball Tourney Five lola ilnirch teams leave itomorrow morning for I'artjons ! where they will enter the annual jstate tonrnanient for Sunday .•Hchonl .teams. The'teams repn .'senl four I of the city cliiirches. j The Presbyteriaiis who won the I local league pennant by defeating ; the: .Methodises are going, as are ;alsi) Ihe .Milhodisls. The Christ- jaiiii; "are sending a' strong team dow'n and they will travel in cars .'as>will both the I'lvsbies and the .M. f-'. These three teanis aiid -llK- .Jfaplisis will enter the Liuiiior. lii- ;/vision-of the tournament which ii^. ^ for boys'from Hi lo IS yiiars of a »,'e The oilier team which t'oes from the fiaiafst church will enter in Ihe .Midget group. Tli^- Haplistv; will jirobahly travel on llie Iraiii. Radio Commission j Is Ready for Workj Washington. .Mar. 17. (AI'l .Surrounded by trouble on all sides, with no provision made .'or the .salary and work, of its ; members, ilie radio commission, youngest of , I'ncle Sam's Washington buVe.ius. ! is preparing to swing into action. , Siiinetliiiig luiist he dime to curb Ihe more than 7<Mi stations now • broadcasting, it is agreed by ihe : members. Apidication blanks, lo be filled out by nil radio operalors • "siiiil hearings, are two stejis alreaily decided uuon. StL Pelej-sbnrg. Fla.. Mar. 17. tAPl-.Iames .Mai Oonald. made f:>- inoii.s by Waller Hagon last summer (as the-firs: caddy to be taken abroiiil b.v an .\nierican golfer, is so'ight by the police beret on charges that he made off with some $l,.',("i. worth of lii.s former nias- tej-'sl wearin.g -^r'i'arel .'iid otherwise; abused his |iosjtii>n. > The to ei en; fiv< hous I'll ti pose das- clas.-- 1 Cetlty Bill Revived B^ House Membershiri Toheka. Kans.. Mar. 17. f.AP»-| I'letty bill for iiermitting cities courage new industries l)y ex pi in.? them frotn taxation (ot ear.s'Was revived toda.v in the '. .-\n ainendnicnt was in.sert •^xtilfid privileges of the pro law to cities o; the secom. as well a's cities of the rirsf Sunday Mancli 20th IGDoff All Ag ' 12 I*iii)py Rhces Plenty of Wild Westoi Entries Wi'it(? o Slake n Jack Rabbits Phone Victor Coumng Club Mildred, Katisas ^ew and Smart • : j _ . Styles in Boy's Suits SPRING WASH FROCKS Vu>>\ colors in! styles $1.59 mm COATS DRESS, SPORT, TAILORED STYLES NEW SPRING HATS Especially Featured for Friday and Saturday at at $2.98- UP \ $18.00 values i $25.00 values 335.0( 1 Inii'y Mir fiill :ir4 anil iihiiii. line silk liiiliiRs. rlijiniiPi-ns iioirelNlM 'cns iiinellv Wo(ilon>i. iilaiiN sjiliiis fans rii-i'. grei-n. Iiliik " ' * Vole. Wo i-arr.v a spprlal line of coats esiii'c'ially sailed tor sloiiN. tail slender women and short sloals. JIUST HERE ; From the maniiiiaelnrei*.''^ of line clothing* that in Model, i • I ' Matei-ial imd Woi'knianshii) leave nothing- to Ije asked If y'oiir son i.-^ to have a new suit oi' an outfit -you have here now ready for your selection as fine as nioney can Imy and ])riced ri.ght: Suits $9,95 to $22.50 2 Fi ^ir of Pants NEW II.ATS .l.ikc ll:i(l's $2.45 NKW IIOSIO 50c 75c NK\V<|ArS $1-^''"$1 .50 NKW TIKS 50c 75c NEW siiiR'rs $r-^'"$i.50 NKW I'A.IAMAS $1-^"$1.(>5 values jilaeli and: while Coals, EXCLUSIVE DRESSES I'or Friday ind Saturday We Win Feature 25 istii 'I'liese are the who demand eve BeautifulNew Spring Dresses at \\'ry latest erealiohs ii Hal erepe and georgette dresses |h;i| \illl espeeialh aitiiea! lo h vile stjies. AM sizes, pi.;:, to .*:».'i.(M» »alnes. all eolors. • " liartiViilar noiiieu SPECIAL FJ^IDAY AND SATUSLDAY I. noli o»er these ton are in need oi' w iiios) inlerestii:ir. lems rarei'nli).:.voii ullj lind ahitMiK them man.* items that 3ouliad jdannni lo hav this n at prices thai H III pnne niosj eei inleal, <»»r stoeks are non eoiuplete. A Usii j, SPRING SILKS $2.25 $1.25 $1.50 85c 95c 95c .<J.7.1 Salin Kaeed I'r Silks. )t.tshalde . si,To Kliies) (jaalilj ^llp .Salin. all eiilors sl.T.". Crepe tie Cliiof In inches »ide, \«asln| s|.t!> Kayon Alpac:v,' iriiHranteild ciiioris sl.-J.-> 'i;iil» Iltiyons, I r L 'liaranleed color i":. ! si,i-. -CreiM- liloria" heaiilii'nl 'new I'.atternj LI?^T;J R nil Ciili;rs I le < west pa 11 ems. s!::-.i k. •iia».t w.:r >T :is :{-.'e riain Vfile . v sh.ides, per };••.«! Liiiu'erie cheek, a .rl eolors, inrlies wid-, |»e; ; I :1 "l.'.e l,;iee I hi •ked " New I'astel sh!des :t.*ie Kriiikle I repe, plJiln ai d litriired, «as|ialile. pef « :i;te Serpentine Cn-; e I'er »aril 25c 20c 29c 27c 32c 15c DRESS GINGHAM lOc UNBLEACHED MIISLIN I • 9c ' 15c, 27-INCH OUTING lie WASH FABRICS l.")e Soiselle I'rints. II K I I last eoliirs, per yard . .'!(lr: Dress I'riiils. new last colors, per yard . New I'ercale I'riiits. las colors, iiirlit and dark :!*Jr l-'asi Cirlored <Un)rlia|n <|iialily, dainty patterns X ".e Hiiyon (>ini;liams, fa new patterns, per yard QUALITY STAPLES sprlnp anil many IJiat tin's store will prove Itaek ^i-OMiids,. ^Q^-. 25c 17c s, tinest it eolors. 25c 29c :£.>, nti -incli nhile thitinjj. I'er »ard . •I.".!- .Sheet « olton I 'or (inill? Si/e :i\'.H> ^L -Vi lileaciied, slilelied potion Half, sj/e 72x!H» _ !)-! I'e'pperel Itleaelied or Sheetini;. per jard Tare l.lnen Towelinif I'er >ard ICe Hope .Miisliii I'er yard in.liicli linen Kinislied 'I'lildnLT, per jard BEAUTIFUL colors for your 5(ic LARGE TURKISH TOWELS,.:J5c;.} FOR $1.00 Fine Heavy ()iiality, si/e !.'> inches by 2.'! inches. FLOWERS Cosil or i Pure Thread SILK HOSIERY In .All Shades, I'jiir 18c 39c 85c 39c 29c 12J /2C 35c NEW I'lIRSES Til cnmiilrle .vipur SprinK Otilfii NEW VAK RAALTE SILK GLOVES^ 1 98c •.

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