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HIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1895.
ICES THAT WILL SUIT YOU ! SS
I he Hub has no intention of cnrryinpf over any winter goods to spring on you next fall not if price will move them now. It's a better piece of business to dispose of
price is down than to lumber up our space with held over goods and tic our hands from starting with good, new, stylish goods next fall.
Ihc Hubs statements arc reliable the show windows will back up every word of this ad.
thchi at once even if the
HOLD GOOD ALL THI3 WBBKI.
The backbone of every Hub ad is
truthfulness. We believe that you
believe in us that when we promise
a reduction it will be forthcoming.
And the reduction is here.
1 ?6 and $7 Suits reduced to
?3 Suits reduced to
$10 and $12 Suits reduced to
Si3-5o, $15. $16.50 and SiS Suits re.
See them in Show Windows.
Do you need them? Can you use them
nt n price? A clean line, a new line a
lino of dandy fitters, stylishly turned out.
No one can eclipse them none can make
a lower price.
$2 Pants reduced to
$3.00 and $3.50 pants reduced to
' xaKr a
$4.00 and $4.50 Pants reduced to
$5.00 and JG.oo Pants reduced to
Each pair saves you a dollar or more.
See them in show windows.
14c, 19c, 25c, 33c,
Dependable qualities only by
their wear shall you know them.
Tho prices arc all right about
Gloves 48c, 73c,
Grained Goat Gloves, fleece
lined not a dollar, but
Best Oil Tan Buck Gloves not
19c, 33c, 48c.
Children's Underwear not worth 50c,
but selling for that in Department Stores,
Heavy Weight Ribbed Underwear,
IIcay Weight Balbriggan Underwear,
Case lots from the mills direct make
these low prices.
There may not seem to be as groat re
ductions hero as otherwheres, judging
from tho figures only, but wc don't stretch
valuc3 and wc don't promise anything wo
don't give. That's a difference worth
$5.00 Overcoats reduced to
That's a hummer 1 Heavy Jersey Knit
Working Shirts; usual price, 75c.
tipjU I if.
SG.oo and $7.00 Overcoats reduced to
$8.00 Overcoats reduced to
qp-dt. I J.
$10 and $12 Overcoats reduced to
$13.50 and $15 Overcoats reduced to
$16.50 and $iS Overcoats reduced to
See them in Show windows.
Good or wc wouldn't have them.
The unlaundercd ones at 19c are
big bargains, but no bigger than
the full linen bosom laundered
ones at 48c. Either will please you
and save you money.
Laundered Collars and Cuffs.
The whole town has been putting
up a big dollar for them heretofore.
48c, 69c, 98c,
You're entirely safe in
counting their value as double.
All sizes variety in colors.
Rockford Hose almost always
sell 2 pair for 25c we say
2 Pair 5c.
All wool Hose, worth 25 cents
-wc say 3 Cents.
We want them to go around, so
wc limit you 2 pair to a customer
SI. 19, 81.43, $1.88.
(lot .1 kick cominp on that last high
priced hat that fashionables hatter solil
you? Don't you thinic it cost a littlo
more than it should? Wo sell tho
shapely blocks of this season in just
ni rrnnd mmliti- rm nrt' VinMn.. ....!
saw their prices right in two. 'Wear
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WINNER OF THE FIRST PRIZE.
.OYKR .1,000 MJllOKSTIONS i:i:ci:m:i
Tun Other NUmci Tint Had Merit and
Drought Mime to II... 'iincr-'oni-
mcri'I.il Club 'lliuuhni liy tin)
The new convention hall will bo called
tho "I'ullascum." The action of the board
of trustees of tho now building, which se
lected the name, was ratified by tho club
at lis meeting Inn nlslit. Some days ago
tho committee gave public notice- that It
would yesterdaj afternoon canvass buk
(Testlotia for a iintm- for the building and
Invited RUKitehtlons from the public, ofl'er
lns; as tin indULement a first prize of $S0 to
tho person whoso suggestion was adopted;
J1S to the second, and S3 to tho third most
nppiopriato hubrosiIoii. Tho committee
met yesterday afternoon and the result of
Its delluiratlona Is best given in the fol
lowing report, which was adopted by tho
Commercial Club 1,1st night:
"Tho board of trusteis having in hand
the matter of tho new Kansas City build
lng met nt i o"elock this afternoon to can
vass tho suBBestlons offered by the public
us to n name for the building. Them weio
Bom &0 different packages of mail con
taining Borno 4,W1 different suggestions as
to names. For example, one party bent
In a brief transcript of tho latest un
obrldged dictionary; another kind-hearted
friend supplied home three feet of solid
reading matter; many Miggestions with the
combinations of the. name of our late la
mented citizen, tho Hon. T. I). Uullene,
were suggested. An iff on was made to
euloffliiti our worthy chairman. Mr m.
well, as well ns tho club'j president. .Mr. i
"Out of 1,000 most excellent Ideas It was I
no easy task to nick tho wlmilnc imn,. I
The contest finally nun owed down to the
Unanimous belectlon of the suggestion
from 3Ir. George l- Coombvr, Jr., of No.
1207 Cast Thirty-first street, of this city,
vho offered tho word 'J'sllaseuni.' first,
for lis brevity; fpcoiii, for Its pleasant
pound; and third, Its referencu to Kansas
City's goddess, Tliero were many rombl
nations approaching tho one word, but
nono which appealed to tho board as Its
"Second choico was awarded to tho rScth
nny night tchool for the original woid.
Jlokanark, In honor of the three states.
Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. Our third
choice was to .Mrs. Ira C. Uubbcll. for tho
word '.Mokanok.' In leferenco to .Missouri,
Kansas and Oklahoma.
"IIIA C. lll'illli:i.L. Kecretar-."
Among the most favoreil names were the
Clvlo Conrourse, the .Mecca, tho 1'alladl.
11111, the Oileon, the I'antheum, the Amphi
theater, the .Mldeontlnent (larden, SIo
kanok (Missouri, Kunns nn( Oklahoma),
tho Temple, licnton hall, Ozark hall.
Among tho curlo3 are men names as
Heulenemn, Kanleen, Omeneum, (lather
urn, Crodflphlan, Kunsatheiim, Temple of
Truth, liethlehem, Calcla, ljungnlow, and
the like. Suggestions came from Kunsus,
Jllssourl and Oklahoma,
On motion of Air, Iru C, llubbell a vote
of thunks was tendered the press of (ho
city for courtesies extended In giving pub
licity to tho request of the board for sug.
Mr. If, II, Ashley, of the Trovldent As
relation, appeared, before the club as a
representative of the nssoi lation srnt to
thank tho club for Its woiK In . olb Uni
so large an amount of money for the as
sociation. .Mr. Ashley made a few remarks
warmly commending the work of tin com
mittee hi, h bollelted Hind" unl i-,h, lal
ly to Chali 111,111 Jl. V. Watson. .Mi Asliley
pren'iited the fullonlng r sulutluus adopt
ed by the association:
"At a meeting of tho directors of the
Ivaneas City Provident A-.uid.ithm held
.,t tliw ..liiflti. littlrlt.,,- im r An... . ... .
oil the evt.nlni- tf 1 innnn. o, Kii-. !, si
lowlng lesolutlon was unanimously adopt-
'Tlrt it TrtCflll.ft.l Tlis ,a r.1.. .. .1 ,
.- .w.,w, ,,. uiu niitriu LJU11JIS
of this association be tendered tho Com
mercial Club of Kansas City for Its gal
lunt and clllclent efforts in raising funds
nocestary for tho carrying on of the work
of tho association during the present winter."
Ifon. .T. V. r L'nmna n-n..A 1 .t i. r
lowing resolutions for nn Investigation of
tho smoke nuisance, whlclt were referred to
the publlo improvements committee:
"Resolved. That In the opinion of this
somo action should bo taken to remedy
v.. miiuuu iiuinaiiep in tins city, and to
that end wo would recommend that tho
committee, nn nuMin i,nnn..m...... ,..- ..
quested to Inslitute inqulrj'.
"First Whether there are In use In other
cities any satisfactory smoke consumers.
"Second Tf tl li, ndna.tnlnn.i u... .1
tire any, then as to the practicability of
adontinn them in iMa itv .,, .,.. ..,i
i - "" - -'- "it.., i,,u.i Emu
committee rviort at as eaily a date us
i"'""1" '" ii-siiu or tneir investigations
AV'Itll such reenmmf.nrl lttnrto .i
n..,... .. .:,:.-,::"...""'. " ""y ""
.........v, nuum uf euecuve to correct this
Air. Ivnrnes trtfi1. n ... wnnui. - ... .
prevalence of th smoko nuisance in the
',. . ' "' mauer was discussed Infor
mally by several or tho members.
On nuitlnn rtf Ai. tl' r .
-.. ., . . ..... ... ,,, .uvrKJlu tt res-
o utlon providing for tho Introduction of n
hill In tlii 1.-...I..I .1..... .. .
..... ... ii t- 1,-Biaidiure lor tna examination
of stute banks and saMngs banks, hlmll.ir
to the pv.tmfn.iH. n ? itoiiA- .1 1. ...1. .
. - ........ w. ...-k.u.ui, i;anjts, was
leferred to the coinmitteo on statu and u.i-
uuhuj icKisiauon. air. .Morgan Bald that
his grandson had Irwt menm. 1,.. ,i. i
or .1 saviiigs bank and other grandsons
had lost monw to tho extent of $l,7uO,W) If
there had been a state oxunilner, Mr. Jlor-
gail S.'lid. his rr;m,lt.(i M.n.,l.).., 1 .
-- -r - r.-"..-.- .. ...until v ,111.11 llUl
his money In the bank. Ho Is i years old
und would have known better. .Mr. Ira C
llubbell seconded Mr. Morgan's resolution
"about ?700 worth,"
X'rehhlpnf Ti'nll,... n,,t.,,..i 1 .-. -. ..
!."I1.,.C- A J'fo'i'"!. C. c. J.'ngllsh, Georgo
C. .Martin and V. V. Lally a committee to
""" "' uuiivunimn or tna .National Irri-
H.-tiiu'i .ihMiciation, which win meet In
March, and an Invitation wnB extended to
wi.r inmn-jauuu UJ meet 111 WIS City,
Commissioner Vanlanaingrliam teported
that Pivsldint Rtlekney, or tin) Chicago
Great Western, and Ueneral Manager XV
C llrown, of tho Utirllngton, had nereol 10
tlilUer addresses before tho club in tho
near tuture on rallioad subjects.
Iliutli Hun In Tllh.li'co.
John If. Young, a fireman, died yester
day morning nt 6 o'clock at his home. ;uo
iieiiuvtew avenuo, rrom nleotluo poisoning.
He was excessively addicted to chewing
tobacco, with tho result that hU brain
and spinal column beeamo hopelessly ar
fuctul. Ho btcamo u slave to tho habit
when n boy of but 12 yeais. Ho was 02
irs of age. and leaves a wife and two
..... uoutiurn j,,, yfjui U lUCIUUer Of
Terrace fliy Uidgo No. u. a. . I. W
'I he funeral sirvicea will bo held at 1 ).J
o clock this urn-moon, and wilt bo punlcl
'"lu'a ,x '' t,lu niembeis of the lodeo.
who will gather at WIub's hall at I nMor
1 hit ( cremoiiks will bo conducted by cieni
fra.I'red W Averlll. Tho builal wtl be
In j:imwood cemetery,
Hotel Savoy and restaurant now open.
Ninth, and Central streets. The best ntiroi
peon hotel la tho city. Try It. Unlas &
New ton, proprietors.
LEFT OUT IN THE GOLD
or.n soi.iiinit;. or aiisoi;i:i i)i:m-ii:i)
I-1SOM Till. l'i:.N.s,H).V iio,,s,
A SECRET ORDER PROMULGATED
sly woitit or tiii; Di:.Moci!.VTit; si:c
i:i:rAiiY or tiii: i.nti:ijioic.
Xothln? Was Knnwn of the -Matter I'ulU
llrouglit Out by u I.-i-Milutlmi Intrn-
ilinril by tv uator Palmer of thu
Ciiiumlttee mi lVnsloiii.
I'lillilreii uiiil Matt lie.
A combination of children und matches
caused a smalt blazo und a nominal loss
at I. Moog's stable. In the rear of No. jaa
Harrison btreet, yesterday,
The Itekt Till lewir ued," It th frequent
remark of purchasers of Carter's Little Liver
l'llis. When you try them you il Bay tn
Waslilngton, Jan. ::.-(Speclal.) A genu
ino sensation. In whleh tiin..t.i. ..
dlers in tho state of Missouri have a per
cbnnl Interest, was unearthed to-day. An
effort has been mado to keep tho facts from
tho public, but quite enough Is out to show
tho real attitude of tho tecretary of tho
The story runs th.nt nn ni.i ,.i,ii ,..
MlSkoiirl who had Iieunl of tho iLceut de-
i-iaiun ui me uepartment brought tho fact
to the attention of Senator l'almer, chair
man of tho committee on pensions. Tho
senator proceedod to make Inquires and
this morning introduced n very mild res
olution that excited littlo or no suspicion
or comment. The resolution Is as follows:
"That tho provisions of tho net of Juna
IT, 1SH0, be and thu same nio hereby ex
tended to Include tho officers und pilvntes
of the Missouri btuto mllltla, und the pro
Uslona! mllltla who served ninety days
during tho lato war of the rebellion and
were honorably discharged, and lo tho
widows and minor children or buih per
sons. The piovlblons or this act shall m
cludu all persons now on pension rolls or
who may hereafter apply to be admitted
On unwinding tho story opened up by
this resolution it nppears that on Ihe Stli
of Inst mnntli tlm -in..v, .,.. ....
, , "-- .1....11WIJ ui tuu inte
rior, through his nst-lstant secretary. Itev.
iinl.lL ,ifll..lti.. .... , .. . ' . . '
..-,..., i.,i..J iuuuiuiguieii u deilslon,
and withheld tho Bnmo from tho public
that momentarily wiped from the pension
loll 11,000 old soldiers in tho state of MIs
bourl. They were from the ranks of the
state mllllU und provisional mllltla. Whllo
this was done oer a month ago, tho opin
ion was not made known to the publlo
until to-day, arter It had been called for
bv Kennfiir 11ihdi i n .,.. ....
. ..... ...,,.,,.,, 4fc rvuui eiiue lie
se'cretarj- of tho Interior and tho commls-
piunui ui I'l-iisiuiis mm conciuaed that thoy
veio setting along yerj- well under tho
lieu ilecthlnn nfifHn, l.n D.n.
and wtro nut anxious to let their olllcial
acts In the nutter be known. It was not
r.iiu.iii limn uuiT nenator i-uimer had In-
Irniltn.ed lifu rn,nl.iilrt,. ,n ... . ,.
....-. . ... ..fu, ,,,, ,w irciuru iiioso
on the roll formeily back to tho roll, and
to phica the Mute troops under the gen
et al Jaw as hail been Intended years ago,
and which had been followed for thobe.
ii.uu, j ii nui ue interesting to
thousands in Miss0r t0 read thlj decis
ion complete, und ln-io It lb!
'Washington, U. ('.. Dec, 8, IWI.-Docket
J'o. 22,179. Appeul In Ihe pension cl-ilm of
Alder A. Tweedy, Company K, Sixth I'ro.
vlblonnl Mibbourl militia, certlllcato No.
7M.K3; name to be dropped from the roll,
The provisions uf the second section of
tho net or Juno ;?, isao, do not extend to
tho members of those organizations of the
Missouri mllltla for whom pensions were
provided by bectlon iTii of tho Itovlsed
"The Commissioner of Pensions. Sir;
Tho records of the oillce or tho third aud
itor or the treasury bhow that Alder A.
rrueelv erei1 na nn-...ni i r... n..
' '- r - - .uijnjiui hi V.UIIIJIUII
K, Sixth Provisional Mlswiurl mllltla. fiom
September 2, IW3, until March 15, 1SGI,
)vta ho was relleed. He iliea a lulm for
a pension under thi net of June 27, 1600,
on the 21st of JuU, 1S90, On the 21th of
February, 1632. a i .-i-tltlcuto was issued to
ullow a pension tit tho rate of fO jier month
under wild act. i i the 2Uth of March, l.su.',
tho pensioner ill. 1 an application for in
crease In the p. : -inn. This claim was re
jected on the numid that the rate of S5
per month wis , loportlonate to the de
giee of tho pensioner's disability for rain
ing a suppoit bj Manual labor, l'rum this
action an upp il is taken.
"In the ((M.n or the dejiartment given
November 21, iv.f in the claim of Andrew
J. Shannon, It u ., held that a regular en
listment or must r Into the service of the
United Stat' s wn necessary to give title
to pension un 1. r the second Foetlon of the
act of June 27, ivn. The nppllrant In this
enso was not u fitted Into tho sen-Ice of
tho Cnlted St.itf-. Ho belonged to a por
tion of the mllltla of the slate of Mlssoui!
which was liMt i. elved Into the servico or
the United Stair . a special provision was
made by hccil.m 17J2 or tho Uevised Stat
utes for pen-Inns to the olllccrs and sol
diers of the 1'ioilslonal Mlbsourl mllltla.
iiiiu mu wiuows und cniiuren or such per
sons under the eunilltlous therein ttnted.
Tho necessity for this enactment, which
was originally inudo March 3, 1S7J, arno
from the fact that said organisation of the
Missouri mllliln was not In tin teirleo of
the United Si tte, for, K It hud been, such
law would not hum been requited to glvo
its members title to pension. There is no
provision undi r tho act of Juno 27, li,r
for pension fur the members of suld or
ganization, or lur any peison who was not
legulaiiy enlist, j or musteted Into tho
service of the 1'nlted States.
"Measures looking to the dronnlnL- nt
tho name of tho pensioner from tho pen
sion roll should therefore bo taken. Very
lespectfully, JOHN M. ItUYNOLDS,
Senator Palmr said to-day to the Jour
nnl couespondent that ho hoped io be ablo
to f,et the resolution through this session.
Ha was not certain that he could bring It
about, but should It pass the senate there
Is less hopo for It In the house, owing to
the attltudo of Jones, Kilgore nnd other
Democratic lights, who ale booked to go
out of public life at the close of this ses
sion. In the meantime tho 11.000 old sol
diers will remuln off thu pension loll un
til thu resolution tun be passed. Then, In
that eint, It Is very tertuln that ench
ono will havu to iiinko application ngulu
and wait upon depaitnuntal work, made
blow for tho purpose of doing as little as
potslble, In tho ordinary course It Is said
that If tho resolution should pass this ten
bion the depaitinent would not reach all
tho cases during this administration. Pioin
this It will bu dlscoveied that u great In
justice has been dono by an alleged tech
nicality. Accoidlng to estimates given nt tho de
partment tlieio uro posblbly prt.out old sol
diers linohed In the rnimtrucllon of tho
law, but of thebo only ll.CeO are actually on
Senator Cockrcll protended great aston
ishment to-day when told of the efftet of
tho department iiilinir In Missouri, and ho
began to speculate as to what bhould bo
done. Senator Vst took tho matter with
evidences of Indifference. Senator Palmer
believes, hoeer that both tho senators
from Missouri will aid him to pass tho
i heVtte QocdsSale
Begins S 5,411 yards of New, Fresh "White
Tomorrow. Gocls to select ii-om. This magnifi
cent assortment of S 5,411 yards is
made np of Dimity Stripes worth 15c, Lawn Stripes and
Burmah Cords worth 12-1-c, Black India Linon worth 15c,
Leno Stripes Avorth 124-c, Lawn Plaids worth 15c and
20c, Fane7 AY"ovon Sheer Lawns worth 25c, Dragon Blacks
worth ISc, Apron Lawns worth 12-rVc and 15c, Book Fold
Checks worth 15c, an assorted lot of Novelty Weaves
worth 25c, Hemstitched Stripes worth 15c, Shadow Plaids
with open work stripes worth 20c, etc. Goods worth
12-tVc, 15c, ISc, 20c and 25c all at tho round price of
In Ihe V, M. (', A. ('.inu;ii.iini.
An ,. vlitl. I.I. ... ., .t.n l ... d .1..
-."J ,VJV"lu,,u" ' na junior L'lubs m mu
l. M. c hjiniiuslum lust nlulil was
well uttinded by tho paietits or the littlo
boys. Them were about bovcnty.fivo boys,
all under 1 y. ars of iige, In tfio illfteieut
classes that took pint In tho exhibition
lust evening. The contests weie: Hop,
step und Jump, bar vault, btandlng bioad
Jump, and pin r.-e. Tho boys weio divided
into threo elibstd, Willie Jlartlu becured
first, prlzii In the first class, and Hurry
Punlaji second pilzo. In tho second class
'lorn Callus took fii-st, und Walter l'dtz
second, and Walter Chinch third pilzo.
In Uio thlnl cius.s Prank Uebelmesser car
ried o the highest prlzo of thu evening,
making 2u points, nnd taking four first
piUes. II Prltz took second, und Millard
Tatt thlnl prize in this class.
In udditlon to tho athletlo contest, a
elabses lu the finest style. Pyramid build-
,., .3 uieu unu oi ino iiieeicbiing teat
uros of tho u eiilng
MuiiY person ki,.., carter's Littlo Liver
1'IIUoiiuaud to prevent bilious attacks, tick ,
tlTryn-.a! u,i"u"3' ni?iw inenujust what
Remember thero arc eighty-five thousand four hundred
and oleven yards in this grand aggregation, and that
although tho real values of these goods are from 12-c to
25c, thoy will bo sold for fOc YARD.
EHERY, BIRD, THAYER & CO.,
'JI"I iiiimiiiiii lm.i ,
VAitn scnooi, cii(.i)u.vti:s,
A IllatlngiiUbeil Honor XV tm by the Young
on of Attorney llreim-riimiiii.
About 100 pupils will be promoted Into
tho high school from several of the ward
schools next Prlday, (he day upon which
tho first teun of tho school year will end.
The Woodland school will graduate threa
children, tho Morso school fourteen, the
Scarrltt SChOOl nine, the Mmllsnil set, nnl
beven, the Humboldt school thirty-three, t
(he Pranklln school five, tho Longfellow i
school six. and the S wither school about
The class which will be graduated from
the Scariitt school Is quite a remarkable
one. The ward school course Is seven
yearr, but tome of the class bear the dls
tlnctlon or having done the required woik
In rour and one-luir and six years. The
children hao been able to accomplish this
by doing supplemental work, us recom
mended, ami yet they have not been crowd
cu. iring what Superintend .cu-
wood and other educators have stated
about the feasibility of shortening Ihe
ward, school course. Daniel llremerinann,
the l.'.year-old sou of Attorney J, ll!
llreniermunii, Is the youngest child In the
history or the city to enter the high school
Horn a waul school. He entcresl B"hool
when he was 7 years old and has torn
Dieted the course In four nml n hnlf in.nr.
llesldes his regular Btudles, he has taken
a year In Herman. Itoss llremermunn. Mr,
llremerniaun's other son, has finished the
course In the same time. He Is 11 years
nr age nnd has done a year's Latin extra.
ueien tienurix, msnop t;. it. Ilendrlx's
daughter, who Is II years or age, has com
pleted tho ward school course In six years'
time, ami has kept up the study of muslu
llankrt Hull ut thu Y. II. (', A.
Next Tuesday night the basket ball
teams of tho Y, M. C. A, and tho Thlnl
ICglinent will liluv il iruinn nf basket 1...II
nt tho V, M. C, A. gymnasium. Ilasket
ball practice occurs ut the gymnasium
every Thuisduy night from SlAI to 9:50
IS TUB OM.V
Weakness and Dr.
Kwrir Cure (iuaronleL'd.
: Lor.wh Mainuii,
Uuinu. tilj, iu.
In a I'ritleul I'limiiii,,,,
Andrew McCiaw, engineer at the fir
teenth street il.ieV... ',..... 'l " l f-
t on. An oiirum, .7,..Vc.r. ultleu eondl.
performed Zuiwb'rdwhylxVT 3
i J. Juca una J. p. mZZiWkhC'1
- ris n-? v