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r ' rfri rmtvMnu&m : yMtownwwpuwfti-iyAf mi m mmnjf m, pw jjmv THE IOLA REGISTER FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 1900, Tf fw u" t. I! IHP r I K f- tt U i). :--v r'. t THOSE GRAVE BR1TA1NS. Turn Themselves Loose mill Act ns Wild ns Parisians London, Oct. 20 The City Imperial volunteers, who arrived tit Southamp ton from South Africa Saturday on the British transport Auranla, reached here by train this morning, marehod through London, along streets packed by thousands, and received a tumultu ous greeting. Such a demonsti utlun was probably never before evoked for such n small body of volunteers. After an hour's march, broken by a Hcrmon at St. Paul's cathedral and a speech by Lord Mayor Newton, tho volunteers sat down to a course din ner at tho headquarters of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery of London, where- Lord Wolsely and many other notablopcrsons received and addressed them. Tho member- of tho corps then sepa rated. They had to nuillle themselves in their overcoats and to use othoi' disguisos In order to avoid reeognl nition by tho crowds. As it was, sov oral were nearly pulled to pieces by tho rough embrueings and handshak ings of drunken men. Tho list of casualties among tho welcoming multitudes was longer than that of tho whole corps in its twenty-' six engagements in South Africa. Partial letuins from the hospitals and police stations indlcuto thatmoro than 200 were bndlj hurt, eight ond possi bly ten bolng killed outright. Thoro were 4.000 police and 22,000 troops on duty along the lino of march, but were unablo to manago tho crowds. Women and girls fainted and were trampled underfoot. Stunds overloaded with sightseers fell in. Twelve persons out of thirtj who were riding on top of a mull wugon whoso wheels gave way had tliulr bones broken. Two children were killed. A man who was leaning over tho parapet of tho roof of a fonr-story building ost iiis balance and fell upon a group, of women, killing one and hurting two others, but walked away, himself apparently unlnjurod. Many of the soldiers on tho line of march wero hurt in combats with tho crowd. Altogether London had a wild day, with much fun, and, unfortu nately, a deal of grief in many house holds because of the accidents. EARTHQUAKE KILLS 15. (irciitDiiningc Done by Seismic Shock in Caracas President Injured. Caracas, Vone.uola, Oct. 20 At 4:40 u. m. today Caracas was visited by a seven earthquake. Fifteen persons were killed and many others in jured. Great damage was dono to build ings, including tho Pantheon and tho churches. The United Stutos legation was badly damaged, but ullthooeoupuntsosenped unhurt. President Custro, who leaped from u balcony on the second floor of the government house, had out- of his legs broken. Mr. William Henry Dov ton Hag gard hud a narrow escape, the second lloor of the British legation having fallen upon him uud buried him in the debris. Tho oltj of Cnracas, which has -frequently buffered from curthquukun, was visited last July by a series of seismic disturbances, which did great damage to property. Theio wero seven ton-Mo shocks in quick suc cession und tho residents of tho city wero terror stricken. President Castro and his family slopt for several nights under tents lnjtho Plaza Bolivar and all tho churches and theatres were kopt closed for a week. FOR AN EXCLUSION ACT. Tho Present Chinese Law Will Expire In 1U02. Now York, Oct. DO. "Tho Chinese exclusion act will expire in 1002. "Unless wo are on tho alert China men will pour In among us, and tho country will bo filled with cheap Chi nese labor." Chairman James Ma gulro of tho Central Lubor union, made ihls announcement before a meeting of that body yesterday. His remarks created a sensation. "I wish to give this untimely warning," con tinued tho chairman, "so that labor ing men and women throughout tho United States shall tako measures to have another exclusion bill passed Visit your Congressman and see how he stands on tho question. Put him on record." The meeting resolved to call tho at tention of all trades to tho exclusion act. ARRESTED IN BOSTON. Sinn Who Stole it 4. of u Million Was at u Quiet Hoarding House. Boston, Oct. 2!). Cornelius J. Al- vord, jr., tho embezzling note toller of tho First National bank of Now York, was arrested hero today. Alvord took his arrost quietly. ;Tt Is learnod that ho arrived in Boston last weok and went to tho Hotel Touraino, but did not register. Wednosday ho engaged a back room upon the second lloor of u lodgingliousoon Huntington avenue nimr Wost Nowton strcot, Avnore n 3 went under tho numo of Mr. Smith Jow York. KENTUCKY DEMOCRACY. llrothcr of the Author of the Thieving Goebel Law IJrlbed a Witness. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 31. The Louisville Evening Post prints to-day an atllduvlt of Flnley Anderson, tho telegraph operator, upon whoso testi mony Caleb Powers was convicted of complicity in the murder of Governor Goebol, in which Anderson shears his story told upon the stand at George town was perjured. After telling of a conversation with Attorney Campbell at Cincinnati in connection with tho Goebol case, the allidavlt continues: "I remained in Cincinnati after this conversation with Mr. Campbell, and somo time after that Mr. Arthur Goe bol, In his store upstairs upon the fourth lloor, wheto I had gono at his request, asked me if Powers had not, id my presence at Barbourvllle, In January, said to mo In substance these words, referring to William Goebel: "They say he wears a coat of mall, but it wont do him any good," or something similar to that. I told Ar thur Goebel that Powers had never said anything of that sort in my pres ence, to the best of liny knowledge. He told mo to think and see if 1 could not remember. I could not remember such u remark, and I know that Pow ers net or did moke such a remark or anything resembling it in mj presence, but being urged by Arthur Goebel, I finally concluded to state that lie did make such a statement, and so swoie upon the trial, which testimony was fal'e. "Befoio making my statement to Campbell, Whiuton Golden told me to make it as strong as possible as they (referring to Campbell and Goebel) would take eaie of mo and ptolect me. I desiio now to say that I never IihiI but one conversation with Caleb Powers, and that was in telntlon to my going to Frankfort with the men upon the 25th of January, and at no place was the name of William Goe bel mentioned or refened to in any way or in any connection by Caleb Powers. "I desire, furthermore, to state that either upon i lie occasion of tho Hrt conversation with Campbell or tho day after I reoehed from him 510 In en sii, anil since that conversation l Iiuao leceived from both, before and after 1 vn a witness at Georgetown in the Powers case, various sums of money, and 1 liavo stneo suoli comer- sntion with Campbell and Arthur Goe bol received from Arthur Goebol var ious sums aggregating about SIMM), and upon ono occasion $10 from Jus tus Goebol. The last sum I tecehed was on Tuesday, October 2.'!, 1000, which was W given mo by Colonel Cnmpliell at his office in Cincinnati. Just prior to giving me this $-", Camp boll had telephoned to Arthur Goebol to eomo to his office, which Goe bol did, uud when he arrived ul Camp boll's office ho went into a private office with Campbell and Campbell came out and handed ma W." NEW CKJARKTTE CUKE. Tennessee Wouinii ll.teks Her Sou's lleud Witlia llntcliet. Ointtanooga, Tenn., Oct. 20. The doad body of Cliiloid Cuwthorn, tho 10-year-old son of a widow, was found at his homo lust night lying on u bed in a pool of blood, ills head hacked to pieces with u hatchet, which was Ij ing nearby. Tho building was on lite and firemen dicoered tlio bodj. Mrs. Cuwthorn, the mother, confess ed today that shocommitted tho deed, and that it was her intention to kill thewholo family. Sho said tho reason sho kiliod tho boy was because ho was bad and smoked clgurettes. ALVOHD USED IT ALL "Well 8700,00(1 is a Lot of Money, hut It Hoes Easy," Ho Said New York, Oct. 30. Cornelius L. Alvord, the absconding noto teller of tho First National bank of this city, who was captured yesterday in Bos ton, was brought here at 11 o'clock last night. He was taken Immediately to police headquarters. Alvord, who knew Detective Armstrong, who ar rested him, said he was glad, tho sus pense was ended, and was willing to come back to New York without jjapers. He sat down on the bed, when the officers entered his room and smoked a cigar. A carriago was called and ho was taken to tho police station in Boston, where ho was photographed and measured by tho Bertlllon system. During his stay at pallco head quarters Alvord told Chief' Watts that ho had not seen his wife for two weoks, although prior to1 that timo ho had told her of his financial elrcun. stancos and asked her if ho should kill hlmsolf or faco It out. Sho told him to faco it out. When asked what ho hud dono with tho monoy ho stole, Alvord said: "Woll, $700,000 is a wholo lot of monoy, but it goes easy," Ho said he had taken life at the rato of WO.OOO a j-ear. Ho said ho hud nothing with which to mako rostltuMon. Only a few dollars woro found In his pockets. POPULATION OF 76,295,220 Tho Census Figures for nil tho United States Given out. Washington, Oct 30. Tho official announcement of tho total population of tho United Stntes, for 11)00 Is 7(1, 205, 220, of which 74,027,007 are con tained in tho forty-llvo states, repre senting approximately tho population to bo used for apportionment pur poses. There is a total of 134,158 Indians not taxed. Tho total population In 1890, wltn which tho nggregato population of the present census should bo compared, was (i:i,0(W,7G0. Taking tho 1800 population as a basis, there lias bepn a gul n in population of 13,225, 401 during the past ten jours, represent ing an Increase of nearly 21 per cent. Following is tho official announce ment of tho population of tho United States in 1000 by states. In tho fig ures tho first column i-opiesents tho census for 11)00, and tho second for 1800, and thethitd column, when given, represents" tho number of Indians taxed: Alabama 1 S2S C07 1'B13.0I7 . Arkansas . . .. l.ll,MI 1.IW.1T0 . . California UsA.eM 1,206.180 I.Sl'l Colorado SSU.Tin II2.1D8 M? Uomicu.tlc.ul PUS3W TS'i5S Delaware ISI.AI 1GMVJ .... rioritU ItofMi HOl.WJ .. (ieorplo 21I6 8A 1.S17.S3S .. Mnlio IC1.T71 8I.8CB 2,2.1? Illinois 4,210.1.?Ji'..;Ul Imllanu 2.1110, 10 2.1 W. 10 1 ... Iowa 2,aM.8fl 1.0II.WM ... Ivttusns l,409,Wi L-HftUM Kentucky 2.1 17,17! l,tf OH .. LouMuhb l,881.ffir 1.1I8.5S7 .... .Aliilno W1,8V. fiOl.ocC Maryland l.liy.UUO l.iwiyo .... MAMUUhltKettK 2,0MI0 2.24S,OIS ... MIoblKitn 2,110.782 ,(B,8ro .... MlnnttKota 1.7M.M 2,101,8! 1.708 .MlwIwtljilU 1.M1.872 I.Ja9,0 .... MitoKinrl S.107,117 2,07!).1SI Montunu US.279 1H IM IB." 19 ?sebruka Nevada Now lliimpshlre New Jersey New York . .. . North C'arollnii North Dakotit . Ohio Oregon I'uiuiHylvuiila .. itluxlu fkluml.... 1,MS,IW1 l.UAtjMU U.8SI 13,701 A -Ul.SM 876.691 1.&IS.M9 1.414 SM . 7,18 UdB S.W7.MM l.bOlfr.i: 1.017,1117 Slv.Olu 1K2.7ID .. I.i7.ftu8,trr5.2ifi 418,512 818,767 li,01,VlB,i,f)i .. 41S.NM 848.510 4-711 1.711 i.ow feouth I'amUna 1,349,812 1,151,149 .. . South Dakota 40I.56U 8.80S 10.WB Tannukose 2,021,728 1.767 ,818 Texui .1,ul,S?S'.VilMl) .. Utuh 276.MR 2O7,s06 1.172 Vcuoont 848,041 .-M2.III8 .... VtKlula 1,801.11 l.OJMbu .. up.hlngtou S17,r.72 ai'J.42 Wont VlrulnlH U68.0M) ".02,791 WtoooriKlii ) 2,('t8.'JS8 1 CJ,S- 0 2.M1 1087 Wyoming- ... .-. 'J2.B81 '0.7U6 Total for 1WUU08... .7l,82r,W7(V.MlC,811 I ,I7 TKtiiiiTOitiib. lfrc. AlaKka (ontlmalo) M.uce ir20.2 Arizona 121,111 M.G.I02I nil DiHtrlut of Columbia . 27B.71S 280,32 Hawaii 1M00I 80.W0 ... Indian Tenltory .TOt.PtHl 1M),1B2 Sf.,083 Now Mexico 110,777 lM,ftoS 2,!M7 Oklahoma Stte.245 81.881 5.W7 1'orMmx in tlio kervlco of tlio Unltort Statu ntatlond abroad (ea- tnnttNl) 81.100 Indium, otu . ou ladlun rourvutlons exc4in- IiHlmn territory 115,882 ... Tutu- for ftmeti tori i- toilos 1,',7.3I8 952,915 89,511 The Alaskan IIkuios iii-h derived from partial data onlj and all re turns for Alaska and for certain mil itary organization s'utioued ubioad, prluclimllj iu tho Philippines, huo ot jot been rw-ehed. 0KKEHS 200 MILLIONS The Money Indemnity to he i'lild China in 00 Installments by London, Oct. HO. Accordtng to a dispatch from Shunghai to tlio Lon don Dully Hxpress, the Chineso on voys begun riegotlutions with the ministers by proposing thut China should paj uu Indemnity ol 200 mil lion dollurs in sixty installments, und ngreoing that tho customs servico und the llkln servico should bo under tho control of tlio powers. Tho likin ser vico is a custom servico between tho towns. Thoj ulso ugreed that Prince Tuun should bo imprisoned for life, that Tien Tslu should bo treated as an international district and that other towns und districts should bo oponed to trude; China should ubstain from purchasing war material ubroud and In order to meet tho cost sho would raise import duties. JOHNSON FOR JOHNSON. Hrynn and Hreidentlial Sullcr In a Fight for tho Kansas Assembly. Leavenworth, Kus., Oct. 30. Demo cratic leader' friendly to Mr. Johnson th e nntlonal committeeman, aro said to be trying to concentruto all their efforts in u movement to elect fusion members of tho legislature. Republi can politicians say that Johnson Is bonding all the efforts of hlmsolf and friends to elect members of tho legis lature, and that this is dono at tho ox ponso of both Bryan und Breldenthult Johnson is nn open candidate for United Stntes senator and his frieuds uro uctlng on tho plun that ho would bo elected If a fusion leglsluturo ma jority is secured on joint ballot. Tho movement of Johnson's friends is not looked upon Avlth unmixed pleasure by J. II. Atwood of this clty, who is not without senatorial ambitions hlm solf. Chamberlain's Stomach und Liver Tablots euro bllousness, constipation and headache. Tlioy aro easy to tako and pleasant In ofleot, For sale by Iola Druggists. EY 18 The City Now Has SoO.OOU in the Hank lor AVnterworks mid Electric, Lights nml Work Will Hurry. Tuesday tho papers from tho auditor of state announcing that tho bonds of the city of Iola had been duly pre sented and registered at ills office, reached Iola. Mr. William Lanj on was notified and ho very piomptly wroto a check for $80,000 and depos ited it In ono of tho Iola banks and tho city authorities have been notified that their check on that bank is toler ably good. If "Ad Astra per aspera" is a fit ting motto for Kansas "Ad noun per holofutlmo" suiely should bo emblaz oned on tho Iola waterworks house. Hut tho difficulties are now over and work can proceed if the weather will permit. As notpd already the contracts for the gas well and pipe lines have been lot. The reservoirs have been oxou vu'ed and tho woik of finishing the big settling basins is nearly com. pleted, save for the brick and cement lining. The power house foundation has been excavated and material is arriving for tho building. Thanks to tho fact that there is ulreudy a switch on the grounds, the brick ani cement and machinery can bo unload ed from the cars right where It Is needed. All Uureporteil S.ttuiiliiy Speech. Saturday night, just after tlio fusion parade, two young men wero standing in front of Spencer's drug store, and a IlKnisTEK reporter stood In the door way. Oneyoungman said some thing: to the othor, and us the first young mun Is a well known Democrat ho probably inquired a to the voting intentions of the other. The latter looked up, shook his head, and said: "No, I can't do it. I voted forltrran four j ears ago, but I don't intend to no it tins jour. Why, say. : I've woiked all my life, but I hae made more money and worked les In the past tin ee jears than in any period of mj-llfound I have inudo up my mind to keep tilings iu the shape they are. if I can, to maintain that same pleas ant relationship between the- amount ofwoikl have to do and the amount of money I can save." This llttlo speech was not on tho program, but It was a good ono and It caino from the heart. Drawings ot .Masonic Temple. Mr. Collins, one of the draftsmon at the cement woiks, lias completed his outline draw-in.- ofuho proposed Ma sonic Temple to bo erected onjnoi'th Wash'ngton avenue wlioio tho old Northrup bank building now stands. It shows a hundsonio three story building, a fine room on the ground Hour, a stairway opening from tiie south front, tho second lloor well lighted by numerous bow-windows and tho thiid lioor urr.med in a huge lodge hall. Tho lower lloor will be possibly u store building, the second! uud third lloors being built und oc cupied by tho Masons. A handsome structure it is suro to bo and ono af fording the lodge ample and luxurious room, while tho building itsolf will hclpuiuko thut block the most metro politan in town as it will contain two three story buildings, will be solid brick neurlj nil now and completely fronted by that twenty foot cement walk. ChEVELA.NI) kills a lie A l'redictioii of ltryun's Kleetion De nied lly the l'ix-1'iesideiit. Princeton, N. J., Oct. 31. Kx-Presl-dent Clovolund, when shown a publi cation of tho Philadelphia Times of to-day, purporting to bo an interview with him, snld: "Tho wholo thing from beginning to end is an absolute Ho, without tho least foundation or a shadow of truth. I have never uttered a word to uny hu man bolng that affords tho leust pre text for such u mondaclous statement. I havo already telegraphed the Phila delphia Times to this effect." Tho utterances ascribed to ex-President Cleveland In tho publication re ferred to embodied an expression that there Avould bo a "landslide for Mr. Bryan tho morning after tho election." Mr. Cleveland avub quoted as naming certain elements working in favor of tho Democratic cundiduto und discuss ing Mr. Bryan as an orator and as an efficient campaigner. llritvo Kxpl o rers. Llko Stanley and Livingston, found it harder to overcome Malaria, Fover and Aguo, and Typhoid dosoueo germs than savage cannibals; but thousands havo founu that Klectrlo Uittors is a wonderful euro for all malarial deseasos. If you havo chills with fover, aches In back of neck and head, und tired, worn-out fooling, a trial will convincoyou of thohynerit. W.A Null of Webb, 111., writes: "My cllIH dren suiTorod moro than a your 'with chills und foA'orj thon two bottlcs'of Klectrlo Blttors cured th,emu ' Oril'y CO conts. Try them, jjaruntedd. Sold by Evans BrothojfsT'Diiugglst. For Sale or Trade UntllTlmnksirlvlnirl will soil mv Tom tur- lioys for il.fu nml pullet t $1.00 e.toh. A.'l. Mull, loin. The Itnce is Very Close. The voting contest is becoming ex citing as the days go by and tho two sides aro evidently keepjng a careful watch on each other and voting enough ballots each week to maintain the race, but holding their 'tnain strength in reserve. The week closed with Miss Nellie Heed just eight votes ahead of Miss Maud Holden, and tho score Is as follows: MIs Nellie Ucecl " Mnud llolilen " Grace Ilruoo .. 1617 103'J .. 277 .. tfll " ICiitle Authcrinin Joile Swenrlnycn . .( 18" ' l)alv Mnnn 14" Vmie Hiirvov . ..., ' lis 1 Florence Mitchell W "Avis Anell .61 41 . .W II 7 ivi " doe HouMj " Alum lloclt Wlnlfn-0 lunula ' Oiho MIIIk " Myrtle l-'rver " Ucuriflu tin r Hull " Illnnuh Stone '7 I A Village Hlncksiiilth Saved His Little Soil's Life. Mr. II. U. Black, tho well-known village bhieksmlth at Grnliainsville, Sullivan Co. N. Y., says: "Our little son, five jours old, bus always been subject to croup, and so bad have the attacks been that we lino feared muny times that ho would die. Wo havp had tho doctor, and used many medicines, but Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedj Is now our solo reliance. It seems to dissolve tlio tough mucus and bj giving frequent doses when the croupy symptoms appear we huo found that tho dreaded croup is cured lie fore it gots settled." There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may lie given as eonlUlentlj to u babe ns to an adult. For sale by Iola Druggists. Clmntrc of Venue Asked. The Inwyers for the Ltinyon 'Aw Company have asked that the trial of the suit of Mrs. hutle Matthew against Unit company lie transferred from the district court to the circuit court of the United Stntes at its first day's Session. The suit is for $10, 000 damages for the death of her hus band, killed bj n failing smoke stuck ut tho time th littnyonvilli' smelter burned. Tho amount is large, the controversy Is between citizens of dif ferent states, tho plaintiff being of Kansas und the defendant from New Jersey, and bon'l for entering tlio cir cuit is given, so says tho petition. Siv 1-r.clitfiiT-Fiilliuoi. SK terrible fnlluros of six different doctors neurlj sent Win, H. Mullen of r.ocklund O., to an early gruvo. All said ho had a fntal lung troublo und thut ho soon must die. But ho was urged to try Dr. King's Now Dis covery for Consumption. After Hik ing fho bottles ho was entirely cured. It is postively guaranteed to cure all desousos of Throat, Chest and Lungs, including Coughs, Colds, r.aOrlppe, Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever. Criuiii. Whtionlnir cough. "0e uud il.OJ at Evans Brother' dlUK. i tore. We lliivc .'o Senator. The stute sonutor from tills district which comprises Allen and Woodson counties, is Mr. G. II. Lamb of Vutos Centor, for whoso toga Mr. Stewart and Mr. Kdson aro now contesting. Mr. Lamb is tlio Republican candidate for presidential olector and us tho law provides that a prenlilohtiul doctor mut not hold uny public ollleo ho tendered his rosignntlon as state sen ator to the secretary of state on Mon dny and so tills district bus no senator and will have nono until after tlje elec tion. To remove a troublesome corn or bunion: First soak, tho corn or bun ion in wiu-iir water to soften it, then paro it down us closoly us possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's Pain Bulmtwlco daily; rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application. A corn plastor should bo Avorn for a few days, to pro tect U from tho shoo. As a general liniment for sprains, bruises, lame ness and rheumatism, Pain Balm is unequaled. For sale by Iola Drug gists. Resolutions of Respect, inasmuch us it has pleased our Heavenly Fatner to temovo from our midst our beloved Sister, Anna L. Brown, therefore bo If Rr.soi.VEU, by tills Iola Council, No. 73, K. and L. of S., that vo ox tend our heartfelt sympathy to tho bnt reuved fumily of the doconsed, that the loss to our Council Is deeply felt by all, and that avo do p,ot only mourn tho loss of a Sister, ImtMwdi sharo Avlth the husband and' fa nHv tho 1 heartfelt sorroiv caused "Kydthls sa allllctlon, und be it furthero " , ' Rksolved, tbatj acoov bo tent U tlin cltv tinners for lmblli-jition. nn iJi-enT.vr.n. tlint. n... nntiv bn tehl tW the city papers for publication, nnd tiiiLivu .. II i .b ,-r - -- - - -- these resolution's bS 'spread upon, our minutes and a'-co'py Wbeht W'tWb'f rnnvnil fmnllv (ll t,hn dpj'casell' ' SlulilW , , Ci,ara M. Jlnoy,f,. ' ' ' 'aA. SlAvtlv, , , li i .I'll I liljj" II' Ml"ll , '' ' ,, , "IhavA.usod .Chtimborln n's Colio, ghqleru,,!!! plnrrhoou Romciy ami Lljijd'ltto.iligrqa j'necUclr.V' pays Mr, 13. S MUM'S, o I'Oiouu, Ar. "f,t orpd mq r( blopdy fitix, I cannot Bineu,k,t,op highly of It," IMiis rqeiedy ibvuy,s wins. tlo gpoi opinion, if not praise of thoso Avho uso it. Tho quick cuies Avhlch itoffects oven in tho most sovero cases make it iv favorite every w'loro. For sale by Iola Druggists. Perfectly Beautiful Is wluit our cus tomerH n:iy of our full stock of CAMPBELL & BURRELL West Side Square a $---. a-.)--w-; 6 h & 6 OFF jFspii f wu 27 S Washington Ave. Fine Cabinets $1. 50 doz Kodak Supplies and Cameras Tor Sale, vi' - -o -rt -o -o -i - -o-a ' Held ni'iolltahle .Meeting AnuTnrricil A amij I'leits.int Memories for Iola Synod of the Interior of the Reform ed Church Avhlch has been in session in iola sinco Oct. 24, concluded its business Monday nnd adjourned at 11 o'clock to hold Its next session in Orangovillo, Illinois, In October next. The churchos in tho Sj nod in the mujority of instances are jet mis sions. It Is tlio misfortune of tho chin cli to lisne withhold Itself from active missionary Avork in the west un til a compuruthely lecent ttcie. Liko ' tlwi P.iniri.Qirn tl.ti.fi 1 f'li.i.ml. tt til.,1. fft centuries belioed that its peculiar In lluenc and work weio eontiuru to Noav Lnglnnd the Reformed Church Avlth characteristic conservatisin seemed to believe thut Its western limits wero bounded by the Alleghunej inouu- turns. But like Its sisttr i't noiuina- lion of New Knglund the i-lun-i h bus gotten over ibis In a guilt measure lurgelj Avithin tho imst quarter of u century. Ihls Sjnod of missions has taken mon of eastern conseratlsm and bus taught tlio western courage, and expansion and verified the truth of its theorj bj ndAiinelng tho cause of tl e churchin homo and foreign missiin work as well us uny other department of church activity ns it ncAer nd vaneed under its former conservative policy. The sessions of Synod, wliiio they did not show nny remurkublo ndAunco In membership, noted n very murked udvunco In contributions to tho vur lous church cuuses, benevolent and congregational, un advance for tho year in quality rather than quantity of work dono. They especially enjoy ed tho presenco of Rev. Dr. J. B. Moore, for seventeen years a mission ary of tho church in Japun. Dr. Mooro, Ahilo he avus restrained from any exhaustive Avork on nccount of tho condition of his health, yet his ad dresses, especially tho one'-on Sunday afternoon in tho opertfl,Hduife helped udd greatly to tho Ih't'ertlPtWf'the meet ings and to tho lntSfisfr'tiMno church peoploJgeneralllnttflo.'Cil$. TheJmemberBiofjByntKiyiUjreat num ber of whofeSlwuro dntentalriod In the homeauofl members" c-f ul thol various chnrobefii-xpreHSedtlhenisolves In flat ,tcriogrUrins,coip,ceronjj1t,iie;nlversnI hoSpltalUjiifihawiijthqw. ljjVolr hosts in' Inlan,tboth,ln; jtliqjp. hflincs nnd to tho business men who. IrqK tihpm to tho .yurlpus i.lnci, pf, , .merest. The Svnpel tqok away, Ai-arm,.(anU grateful iWflUftflf Jft'fli r(0,irCrrry east, i pp,Vth.AiM vds , Ajflrma;, expression of this Avlll bo f puiid in thii rftsolutlonB passed by SynoU una published, oise- ........ , . i . ... , Will ivnero: ' iiesblutk wbi-6 'nil'o'iito'a bv tho tions Sl'nOd fis'fblloitM ' ' ' ' lWsoiA'liM, flint we liertfby tender our thrtnks' Vo tho pastor a-nd congre guUou.tjf, Christ Reformed church and to the friends and to the citizens of lblu1 U)V tho cbVdial roooptl6n tondorod 'tttni the hospltablu treatnlbnt rocelved ut tiwtr minus nt niis,noswn 01 tuo Synod .u,nd ftlso for ,hp kindness of tho business mon in showitifr tho mem bers over thd business industries of tho city. Call and oxamlno tho DoKalb ho;? fonco, tho most perfect ono on th,o market. J. W. Coutart. Wall Paper i