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c3jGE3fr3Mn&Z: r";i1 ;4J KSsfri w TA"...'lers'JJ?,,,?..,,'W,' 5 frr .rgiymrf --.r i .a F.t THE IOLA REGISTER FRIDAY MAY 9 1902, T'U' VVyVK? " tt .iai-M mnry i "s3hh : ' tt . iAL.-;g; 4 TiWlwr""rT"'niiiwii hi 'mM gjmnw i i I 5K t Ii IV 'i. I I - 7 Woman's "WW! in preparing appetizing and wholesome. food is, lightened by this famous ' baking powder Absolutely , pare It adds healthful qualities, to the food ROYAL Baking Powder The "Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" most practical and valuable of cook books free to every patron. Send lull address by postal card. JIOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., I Joty & Co. Buy Hall & Soil's .Groeery on the East Hide of Square v Hall & Son, who havo been running a grocory and meat market on tho cast sido of tho squat of this week sold their stock to K. G. Doty and S. 32. Fisher and tho business will hero after bo conducted under tho nuino of Doty & Co. Mr. Fisher is from Lyn don, Kansas, and Mr. Doty is from Wauneta, Nob. Both aro e.perleneed jjrocerymen and tho present stock will bo enlarged at onco and tho business improved in overy way possible. "Elmer Grey who has had chargo of tho meat department for Hall fc Son will continuo in charge for 'tho now iirm. Mr. J. J. Doty, fathof tif E. G. Doty is also here and will remain and help In tho business. "" J ' ' Messrs Hall &, Son havo'establfsbod a good trade whllo they have'becniilri businoss and tho Rkgisteu regrets to' oe thorn loavo Iola. '. '' ' ! ' Knights Templar Organize '' Pursuant to call, thoKnfgh'ts Tejn: plar of Iola and vicinity .mot Wed nesday at the Masonic Templo and or ganized by the election of tho follow 'lag officers: J. B. Goshorn, Eminent Commander; T. M. Bartlos, Goneral issamo; Dr. B. E. Jones, Prelate, W. Jj. Bartlos, Captain General; W. H. Thompson, Sonior Warden; J. S. -Dotwller, Junior Wurden; R. A". . Edgar, Troasurer; L. H. Bennett, Re corder; W. H. Colo, Warder; D. Bo doll, T. F. Zlegler, Second Beaters; JP. M. Vaught, Sentinel. Thoy will Immediately apply fbr a dispensation, and as thoro aro a largo number of Knights Templar In Tola, composed of determined and zealous workors, with a lino and appropriate ly arranged templo in which to meet, It will not bo long until Iola will have ono of tho best commanderics in this part of tho State, Thoy adjourned to moot Wednesday ovening, May 21, at which tlmo all Knights Templar aro requested to bo prosont. Colored Odd Follows Meeting Tho second Sunday in May of each year is the Thanksgiving Day 'of tho G. U.O. of O. F., which is 'tho colored "branch ofi tho Odd Fellows lodge. The order has a lodgo in this city and next Sunday Is- tho day which will bo colobratcd. Tho ser vices aro to bo hold in tho opera houso and a largo number of col ored people from out of town are expected to attend, as tho mooting is an opon ono. Promlnont colored men of tho order aro loxpected to conduct tho sorvlces, which aro laid down In a ritual. Thoro will bo muslo by tho organist, by tho choir, a Thanksgiv ing sermon, prayer and a Thanks giving offorlng. Tho local lodgo Is making elaborate preparations to fit tingly obsorvo tho day. Cdruinorcial Club IHisliiess. Next Monday night is tho regular mooting night of the commercial club and U is hoped thut thero will Tdo u full attondanco as much buslnoss of Importance will oomo up for consider ation. Tho commlttco on ineiutyottjhtp. Light Biscmt 1 Delicious Cake Dainty PasttfieS Fine Puddings There are cheap baking powders,, made from alum, but they are ex-'' ceedingly harmful to health. Their astringent and cauterizing qualities add a dangerous clement to food. 100 WILLIAM 8T., NEW YORK. 11 is to report as to progress In securing noW members, thero aro several busl noss matters to bo discussed and pos sibly talk of tho location of sovcral factories. Printing matter is to bo issued to advertlso tho town and tho club ought to get down to work at once. This is tho season for tho club to accomplish things and every day is precious. Saturday tho Kansas City, Kansas, commercial club comes hero for a llvo hours visit. It will arrho at 2 p. m, j and .stay until evening. Tho local club should take charge, escort tho visitors out over tho street car line, tako them to such factories as they wish to visit and to make them feel at homo and welcome. Nursoiy Wants to Come. Tho following letter to tho Register, .was elicited by a recent artlclo stat ing that Iola ought to have a good nursery here. It is self explanatory. ; Xenla, Kansas, May 5,1002. Editor Register, , pear Sir: I saw by ycur paper some time ago that your people- are having troublo for shade trees. I can furnish in any size and any amount Jnwhlto Elm, Ash, Sugar, Maplo or BOz alder. , If you want a nursery at Iola and the 'Iola people will donate twenty acres of sultablo land, I will move to tola and put in a nursery there , and will furnish all tho trees Iola wants. I could start in with you this next spring. Ploaso wrlto mo In regard to tho matter as soon as you can. I wrlto you becauso I saw tho article in your paper and I do not know who olso to write to. Yours' very Truly, W. P. GnirriTii. Klley Itoborts. Mr. J. II. Rlloy, of this city and Mrs. Dora Roberts, of Wichita, woro married yesterday at 1 o'clock, by Rov. Lonch, tho Methodist minister of Wichita at his homo in that city. Immediately aftor tho ceremony thoy took tho train for Iola and arrlvod last ovening. For tho present thoy will room at 08 east Jackson but ex pect to go to housekeeping soon. Mr. Rlloy Is woll known havlnir spent the groator part of his llfo hero. Ho is employed at the Acid Works and Is an industrious young man. Ho Is woll liked by all who know him and will havo thohoartlost congratulations of his many friends. Mrs. Riley has many friends In Wichita who know her as a woman of tho kindliest disposition and feel that Mr. Rlloy Is to bo congratulated upon his choice. She has visited hero sev eral times and also has a largo num br of friends in this city who will bo glad to loam that sho will raako this hor homo. Tho Rixjisitji joins tholr many friends In congratulations. (fas at Uroiisoii A flnoilow of Gas was opened up ai Bronson Tuesday on .Too Cooks' farm, ono milo southeast of tho little burg. Tho gas was found at a depth of 7fi0 feet und when lighted it flamed up ton or twolvo feet. Tno woll will bt drilled deeper In tho hope of finding a stronger Low. Will Manage a Show Troupo Colonel W. D. Saphur, tho woll known comedian und thoatrlcal man of tlilfl city, has contracted with Mr. Stator to Manago Troupo No. 2 on tho road this winter. Stater, it will bo remembered, was hero this spring with ono of tho best roportolro companies' that over camo to Iola and he writes thb Colonol that ho has sorao swell plays booked for tho coming season and has prospered so that ho Intends to scn(Lout a second troupo. Tho Colonel will havo tho management of of this second troupo and expects to leave early in the fall to begin tho trip. HERE AND THERE Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Mason loft HUUIJUOUUJ UVUIJ1UK IU1 1UU1UUUJ1U119) I Ind. Mr. J. Klornan, accountant at tho Lanyon Zinc Co. went to Joplin Wed nesday ovoning. Mi's. Smith and Miss ElthaMcIntyro of Ottawa who havo beonMioro visiting U. B. Mclntyro and family loft for Puoblo, Colo. Mr. Jacob Uoltsman, father of Mrs. V. I. Swopo, who has been making his home with them loft Wednesday oven ing for Carlylo, Pa. Commencement is but a few days distant and tho alumni banquot com mittee is busy arranging a , program lor tho interesting annual mooting. Tho woman who left town somo tlmo ago with Miss Pcgg, an Iola printer, is back here but tho girl is still absent and her whoroabouts not known.. Anr investigation Is being made and it is possible that som arrests and crimi nal prosecutions may bo made.'. Topoka Capital: lAn Iola man .ar rested on a charge of bigamy explains that ho thought hls first wlfo had secured a divorce. Remembor this warning: Before plating a return date with tho probato judge, be sure you know just how tho dlvoro record siand Tho scrap botween tho Coffeyvillo Brick Co. and tho Dlckav Clav Co over a gas lease at Chanute took a change yesterday. Tho Dickey peo pie went to tho well, tore out tho oth or company's pipe ond threw It out In tho road. Guards were stationed and an attempt will bo mado to keep pos session of tho well. Lester Rodney Is lying In jail hero becauso of Ills habits. Ho was found out In tho city park night beforo last by tho polico asleep from the olfccts of somo drug ho hal used. IIo Is sup posed to bo a dopo fiend who has been hanging about town for sovcral days, begging small sums with which to buy tho drug to satisfy his craving. WEST COTTAGE GROVE. Noiu Stewaiit. Correspondent. May 7 Til Adams and wlfo spent Sunday with tho latter'B parents Mrs Annlo Harser arrived homo from Kansas City Sunday fpr a visit wth her parents Dan Noyes went to Kansas City Sunday and ;bad a short visit, ,wth" his brother Owen. Al NoycB returned" homo from.. Iola. Tuosday and tho smallpox, sfcarijla. about over, thero being no new cWesT Captain S J Stewart contemplates moving ,to Humboldt after harvest and his son Charles will move into the old home. Echol Warner is homo for summer vacation Ola Ivy visited the Misses Packett Sunday Miss Hanna Is staying with Mrs C A Stewart Miss Ella Ball is boarding with Mrs Duncan. Hattlo Stowart visited friends in Humboldt Saturday night. For Those Who Live on Farms. Dr. Borgln, Pana, Ills., writes; "I havo used Ballard's Snow Liniment; always recommend it to my friends, as I am confident thero is no bottor mado. It Isa dandy forburns." Thoso who llvo on farms aroespecially liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises, which heal rapidly when Bal lard's Snow Llnimont is applied. It should always be kept In the houso for cases of emergency. 25c, 50o and $1.00 at C. B. Spencer & Co. After a Ride on the Trolley Tomorrow, stop at Spencer's for an See Cream Soda Iola Mineral Water Always on Draught MK. BUiriON IN IT vansus Senator Mlxosuplntlio l'lilllp pine iJebate. Washington, May 7. Discussion of tho Philippine bill In tho senate took a senatorial turn toduy. Mr. Mc Coraas, of Maryland, referring to tho alleged cruelties of American soldiers in tho Philippines cruolties which ho deeply deplored told of somo of tho cruolties which hod occurred on both sides during tno civil war. These remarks drew a sonsatlonal reply from Tillman of South Carolina. Ho said that if it had been known in the South that tho reigns of govern ment wcro to bo given to tho negroes, tho civil war would havo been pro longed Indefinitely. IIo insisted that, in order to maintain tholr self-respect tho whlto peoplo of tho South had boon obliged to subduo tho negro by what ever means thoy could, using tho shot gun as ono of tho moans. Ho frankly described how the negroes had boon defeated at tho polls, admitting that tho whites had gotten 'just such ma jorities as wero necessary. Mr. Burton sharply arraigned tho minority racmbors for tholr attltwdo on tho Philippine situation, declaring that thoy woro supporting the Filipino insurgonts, while tho majority sena tors woro standing for the Amorlcan army and the American government. It was, ho said, tho ovident purpose of Mr. Tillman In his speech to glvo color to tho statement made horctoforo that a Republican administration, had Inaugurated a policy of brutality un parallolcd in history. 'The senator has got my point exactly," Interrupted Mr. Tillman. "The Infamy rests updn tho sonators who bolucd to ratify the treaty of Paris." He said ho might bo called to order for reflecting upon senators, but ho would lot tho remark stand. "I suggest," Interjected Mr. Ctapp, of Minnesota, "that you withdraw tho reflections as to sonators and lot them stand, as thoy apply to William J. Bryan, alone." Mr. Burton declared thoro was no authenticated instance, pf the Inten tional killing of wotnen or children by our troops In the Philippines and then reading extracts from speeches of Mr. Rawlins, declared that they were false. Mr. Rawlins challenged Mr. Burton to point out a falso statement ho had mado. Paraphrasing tho remarks of Mr. Rawlins, Mr. Burton Inquired: "When tho hewitor asserts thut wo aro pursuing in tho Philippines a'bar barous policy, a policy that is blacker than that of Philip I. of Spain tho blackest, in fact, la all history; and when ho says that Taft and ChalTeo and Wheaton und MacArthur and Funston aro carrying this policy of barbarity into eirect, what lang uago does ho expect mo to use, in characterizing tho statomont?" After Mr. Burton had road tho words of Mr. Rawlins from tbo record, tho Utah senator remarked: "The, sona tor now has quoted mo correctly. And for these statements I stand respon- 8 ole. ' AnA fW frttf pnmmflhta ifhAn tVinm" replled'Mr.' Burtonj speaking: 'slowly h'n'd emnhaiioallv. Hi Btand re a no n- alblo-." ' "Ah," exclaimed Mr. Carmauk, of Tennessee. "Notwithstanding," continued Mr. Burton, "the comment in the corner from the senator from Tennessee" ' Mr. Burton devoted a great part Of his speech to the defense of General Funston, who was made recently tho subject of a sarcastic arraignment by Mr. Carmack, of Tennessee. Ho ridiculed tho Tennesseo senator's dis cussion of General Funston and sar castically suggested that it ought to Rtampedo the cntlro soldier voto into tho Democratic camp. Over against tho ''withering sarcasm of tho senator from Tennessee," ho said, ho placed tho record of Generul Funston. Ho then quoted extensively from lottors and documents, paying a handsome tribute to Funston. Among other facts devoloped It was shown that Funston had participated in thirty olght engagements In tho Philippines, In twenty-two of which ho was in com mand of tho American forces. STILL MOKE WATER CURE Testimony (Beforo the Senate riiillp- plno Committee. Or RcrlDDK-Mcftaa PntM AMooutlon Washington, May 8. Isador Dub, of Watertown, Mass,, forraorly ser geant of the 2(lth Infantry told tho son ate committee on tho Philippines this morning that at Juaro, Island of Panay, he saw tho water euro admin istered to a native by Captain Glenn, Llodtenant Conger and two or three privates of the eighteenth infantry. Roplying to a question by Culbortson regarding other cruoUlos ho said ho had known a native woman to bo con fined in tho samo room as fourteen or flftecon mon for three weeks by tho or der of Captain Glenn and ho had seen many natlvo houses burned. For Snlo or Trade Ono Durham graded bull S jeurs old Ibis sprlnif. S. L. Hill, North rourtli. A, Uurnhart has u second hand I). M. Osliorn binder In good condition for bale. S miles west and 1 mllo north of Iola. Mrs. Don Buchanan wont to Moran Wednesday ovening to visit her sister. IOLA TEAM TOOK THE .FIRS1 Lengno Season Opened at CoflVyvlllo ...lit T.il.i tl.. flu. T.'t....t ....... hum iuiv iivii uiu runi uiiiiiu to a W. I.. Pet. Nctntla,,.. 2 1 1.000 .JOplIn 1 0 1000 Jeff, city ,.t 1 .fiOti Hcdalla... 1 1 .M0 W. I.. Pet. Iola ....1 l .50i) codeyvlllo. .1 1 ,600 Vt Hcott.,..0 2 .000 sprlngllcld...O 1 .000 Today tho base ball season was formally oponod In Iola and in recognition of tho fact and in con formity with tho practice of other towns In tho Missouri Valloy Loaguo, Mayor Campbell A. H. Issued a proc lamation as follows:' PUOCLAMATION. Today the Base Ball unason opens in Iola. It is requested that uusiuuss uo suspended irom ;i o'clock to G o'clock p. m. Fall In lino with other first class cities and help tho boys along. A. II. CamphixIj, Mayor. That Is the way It is done at tho othor towns, sorao of them being 20, 000 population and Iola Is not going to bo behind hand In ceremony, A parado will form on tho public square. tho Iola and CofToyvlllo teams, tho band, tho mayor and citizens afoot and horso back participating in tho procession to the ball park. Many raorchants'have expressed a doslro to closo for tho ono day and It Is bo Uevod and hoped that tho day will bo generally observed as many desire to witness tho first gamo who otherwise coulu not do so. At tho grounds Mayor Campboll will open tho game, occupying tho pitcher's box and tossing the first ball over tho plate, Tho band will bo thoro and a good 3rowd is assured. Tho grounds dre in fine shape, tho grand stand newly repaired and a wire net ting placed In front. Tho rivalry In tho loaguo is already intenso and as Iola and Colfeyvlllo seem to bo nip and tuck for tho best of it tho game hero will ,be exoiting. By losng Tuesday's gamo Iola slipped down from tho 1000 place to tho COO placo but thero aro others. Tho second gamo was a beauty up to tho eighth inning when tho strain on tho new players becamo too strong and a bunch of errors allowed tho CofToyvlllo mon to securo four runst Here is tho gamo by innings: It II K Iola t ....8 1 l 0 1 1 0 0 0-3 7 8 Coffcyulle o I 0 0 1 4 0 2-7 8 IMUcrlcs-Iolj, Muterslmicli and Iviirnn: Cof fej,lllc, Tranks and llutchlnvon Umpire -Owens Yi:STI'.RDAYS OAMK Coiroyvillc, May 8. Tho third of a sciies of threo games of which Iola has won ono and CotTeyvillo ono Is being plajcd hero today. Nico weather and tho fact that tho clubs aro ovenly matched bi ought out a largo crowd. Colloyvlilo 000004 .'(00 Iola 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 Battery Iola Foruey and Kuran Cof feyvillo Speck and Hutchinson. Iola, hits 0, errors 0. Cofloyvlllo, hits 7, errors 2. 11ASE UAI.I-.NOTES. Tho Fort Scott, . popera say the. sports of that town had It sized up trit Coffeyvllle would win tho first gamo from Tolat The same sports figured that Fort Scott Jwould boat Nevada three straight. -n lola's first game at Coffeyvillo Johnson, third baseman, mado a ddublo play, unassisted that was sen sational. No do McClaln landed for a two-bag ger In tho first Colloyvlilo gamo, land had bad luck on another, tho wind carrying a hit to right field Into cen tor floldor's hand. Yesterday's game at CofToyvlllo was a mixturo of hard luck and rattle. It was .'! to 3 up to tho eighth, when tho first man up forCofloyvlllo lilt a grass cutting threo bagger down tho foul line. Then thocrowd wont wild, thero was a little bunch of errors und tho gamo was gono. Lodging for tho Iola team has boon secured with Mrs. Wagers and Mrs. J. P. Duncan, which tho boys boltovo will bo much pleasantcr than living at tho hotels. Tho management feels confident that tho team Is a gentle manly lot of boys and If any of them prpve to bo otherwise, no amount of ball-playing ability will ontltlo them to remain horo. Arthur Pratt, tho big Sioux Indian, secured from Dale Gear for tho Iola team, Is horo and will pitch tho firs game for Iola. Ho has beon playing ball with tho Kansas City toam for a month und did somo lino twirling for them, but was allowed to go because tho team had to bo cut down and Goar was long on pltchors. It Is bolloved that ho will bo pretty fast company for tho loaguo hero und it is hoped ho will do strange things with tho vis itors. World Wlilo.Keputallon. iWhlto's Croara Vermifuge has ughlovcd a world wldo reputation us b6ing tho best ofjall wormjdestroyors, and for Its tonic Influence on woakand unthrifty children, as It neutralizes tho activity or sournoss of the stom ach, Improvos their digestion, and as similation of food, strongthons tholr nervous system and restoros them to health, vigor and elastiolty of spirits natural to childhood. 25c at C. B, S,poncor & Co. WON'T OPPOSE EVANS Hut Unrlon Says tho President ilndea Aiistuke. Washington, May 7. Senator Bur ton has issued an olllclul statement explaining his position with reference to H. Clay Evans. It Is a remarkablo production in view of rccout dovolop monts. Tho senator authorised this statement of his position, which Is printed In tho Washington papers this, morning: "I do not bollovo that Evans Is de sorving of this recognition from tho party. Whatovor tho facts may bo, I think It is a mistake for our party to honor with high position any man who has Incurred, whether justly or unjustly, tho almost universal condom nation of our soldiers, and, therefore, I am sorry that the President has ap pointed himconsul general to London. But I also recognlzo that thero is a wldosproad feeling In certain sections of tho country that Evans has been sacrificed to popular clamor, insti gated in part by pension attornoys, and that his removal from tho olllco of pension commissioner would bo mis construed by a groat many good men, as an Injury to tho public service, un less such removal woro followed by somo such recognition as has been ac corded him, and, bolng a friend of tho President, and understanding that he must tako Into account tho general wolfurq of all, I do not feel llko op- posipg tho confirmation of Ikir. Evans unless it Is mado plain to mo" that' It is tho expressed wish of tho soldiers. I say this especially recognizing tho fact that tho President has given his place to a Kansas soldier. I think It is better tho Incident bo closed." A DEOMCKAT NAMED Vernon J. Koso Nominated for Con gress at Hutchinson. Hutchinson, May 0 Vernon J. Rose, Democrat, an ovangellst of Newton, was nominated today by tho Popu lists and Democrats, In separato con ventions, for Congress in tho Soventh district. Under tho anti-fusion law, his namo can appear only onco on tbo olucial ballot. The question as to which ticket ho shall run on will be determined by tho result of tho Demo cratic and Populist State conventions. If tho two State conventions get to gether on ono ticket under tho head olther of Democratic or Populist or Independent, then Roso's name will go on tho samo way. In other words, the congressional ticket will bo headed tho samo as tho State ticket Is named. If tho Stato conventions fail to get to gether, and nominate separato tickets, then Rose Is to go on the Independent ticket. Tho only fight in tho two conven tions was oer a namo. There was no scramblo for tho nomination, which went to Rose becauso no ono else wanted it. All tho othor politicians whose names had boon mentioned in connection with the place yielded to him. "t FASHION HINTS ' Jacket of Hlack Taffeta A NOVEL, HASQUtt This charming llttlo jacket Is of black taffeta tucked in clusters and perforated in a small, neat design Showing tho white satin lining. It is fashioned with a novol basque or skirt which appears only at tho sido and back, and tho largo collar is of embroidered batisto over a still larger collar of embroidered taffeta. Tho sleovos aro very wide and flaring at tho wrist and havo doublo turned back cuffs of taffeta and batiste. A bolt of folded taffeta completes tho jacket which is a pretty modol for spring wear. All tho tucks aro stitched with Cortlcolll Sowing Silk. A novol foaturo for blouse, jackets as woll as for Eton skirt jackets and drossy, garments in general is tho jabot vost effect. It has been stated that somo of tho foremost Paris housos will accentuate tho drooping shouldor offect both In waistB and and in out-1 door garments. Quito a foaturo In juckots is tho long coat collar of taffeta which aro variously onhanced with largo collars and rovers of laco or ribbon-run embroidered linen. M i n i 'HI 1 " "Tises&L