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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. W.
q Tho Journal office has boen
removed from tho Chamber
of Commerce to tho first floor
of tho Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
HAVE A GRIEVANCE.
rmsictANs nrrtui: tiii: k. v. itttANcit
COl.Lt.Oi: AM) IIOsriT.W,.
THEY WILL FIGHT LEGISLATION,
.JCSTICK HtVIXf IfaEY SUDHIINI.V KTltlCK
EN IIOMN IN Ills OKl'ICK.
irnnrr' Jury HntiM Newton Warn for
Killing ilnlm WrMon Indium May
Convey TKlolo I. und A Ilcstl-
tulr I'mully New.
The physicians of this city are prepar
ing to light iiny bill Hint in 15' be Introduced
in the legislature for the appropriation of
money with which to erect n medlenl col
lege on tho ground donated to the Mate
by Dr. Hell, of llosodale. About three
months ago Dr. Hell gave tha state ten
acres of lind situated near Itoscdale, pro
vided It would erect thereon a medical
college ns n branch oj" the Ktnte unlvors
Ity, and also establish a hopltai there.
Tho donation was accepted by tho chan
cellor of tho Mate university and a bill
has been drawn up providing for tho ap
propriation of JIW.WO for tho construction
of suitable buildings. Tho bill will, It Is
said, soon bo Introduced In tho legislature.
Physicians residing In this city say that
a committee will be appointed to go to
Topeka and see that the bill does not pass.
This committee, so It Is said, will give tho
membeis of the legislature some informa
tion which will completely kill' the bill.
The phjslcians claim that tho donation
by Dr. Hell was (.Imply a land scheme,
and that Instead of the property being
woith $100,000, as was reported, It would
not bring to exceed JS.000. They say that
tho property Is located In a secluded
The chief reason why the physicians will
tight the appioprlatlon Is because of the
action of Chancellor Snow In appointing
a committee of Kansas Cltv, Jlo., men to
take chirgo of tho matter and try and
pet the appropilatlon made. This commit
tee Is composed of Major Webster Davis,
Attorney John Sulllan and Dr. Tirfany.
Just why the clnuiellor went outside of
tho state to select the committee Is a
question that Is bothcilng the minds of
every physician In this city, as well as
In many other cities of tho state, and also
a number of the leading men here. They
claim that the chancellor made a serious
mistake In not appointing citizens of Kan
sas to attend to the matter. They have
no complaint to make concerning the men
who wcie appointed, except that they are
not residents of the state.
It Is also tl ilmed that th( -cation of
a college in that place will r no benefit
to the state whatcer, and that Kansas
City, Mo., will get all the benellt of tho
school by re ison of Its location. They say
that Kansas will hae to foot all the
bills. The land donated by Dr. Hell Is
not easy of access to the people of this
city or any other suburb-in city on Kansas
toll, they say, and In older to teach It
one has to trael through Kansas City,
Mo., and make a large portion of tho
trip on a mule car.
Justice of tho Truce Mvltigloy Itccomes Se
riously 111 In IIIhOIIUc.
Justice of the Peace Hemy Swlngloy was
suddenly taken ill yesterday In .his otllce,
No. 142 Minnesota aenue, lie' was en
gaged In a game of crlbbage with a friend
when ho was suddenly taken seriously ill
and fell from his chair. He was removed
to his room, which adjoins his ofllce, an 1
medical aid summoned. Ills relatives In
Argentine weie notllled and Dr. Hurke,
Mrs, Alnsnorth and Mr. George Taylor
promptly answered the call. Ho received
every attention and the attending physi
cians, Drs. Downs, flray and Hurke, re.
ported him ns being easier and entertained
hopes for his recovery. They stnted thut
ho was buffering from acute Indigestion,
brought on by a late supper. At a late
hour ho was resting very much easier. Jus
tice Swingley Is one of tho most popular
men In this city and his sudden Illness was
a great sm prise to his numerous fi lends.
WII.I. IIUIIY PAUrilltS.
The C'Hinty llniud Award a Contract to
v Undertaker II. II. huwjer.
Tho county boaid held a meeting yester
day nnd awarded the contract for tho
burial of county paupers to H, II. Sawyer,
the well known undertaker, for JC.E0 each.
Tho board also decided to put a sign on tho
now bridge across the Kuw at Turner,
warning people not to tniMd across tho
bridge faster than a walk, under a heavy
penalty. The bonrd will meet again to
day, when a pmposltion will be made to
Attornojs JlcUrow, Watson & Watson to
enter Into contract to take care of the road
certificate cases now pending In tho va
rious courts, Theso attorneys now have a
contract with the county to do the work,
but no consideration Is limned, and tho
board wants the amount mentioned, The
attorneys will not fix their fee, for tho
reason that they cannot tell how much
work they will havu to do. They say that
their fto will bo reasonable.
M.VIW A C(IOI) HAUL.
Two Men Hold tip anil lion Clerk In u
The drug storo of Colin Cable, J300 North
I'lfth direct, was robbed by two men
about 0 o'clock yesterday morning. Tha
men tang the night bell and moused the
clerk, II. la. 'C'htiinbets, who opened the
door und admitted them. They asked for
a porous plaster, claiming that It was
wanted for a eltk friend who had been In
jured. Their want was supplied and, upon
oponlng tho cash drawer to make the nee.
cssary change for a dollar, given in pay
ment for tho plaster, ouo of the men shoved
a revolver In Chatnbets' faco and demanded
what money ho had. The thieves se
cured about 1200. One hundred and seven-ly-Ilvo
dollars of thn amount taken be
longed to tho clerk and the balance was In
tho rash drawer. Chambers was unable
to furnish the police with any description
of tho robbeis, and no arrests have been
NKWTO.V WAItK IIKl.il.
Mint Aniwcr to tho Charge of Killing John
Tho coioner's Jury In tho Inrtuest held
yesterday oer the remains of John Wes
ton, the man killed by Newton Wure Hun
day afternoon, recommended that Ware be
held for examination upon tha charge of
murder. Coroner Stevens stated lost night
that he would swear out a warrant this
morning for the arrest of Ware.
Will Uo Interesting.
One of the most Interesting trials ever
held in Justice Iletts' court will be called
next Saturday morning. The residents of
Qulndaro have been summoned as witness
es with a few exceptions and those not
summoned will bo present. The case grew
out of the disturbance of a religious meet
ing ome lime ago In the famous old "Hock
fchool" building. The boys arrested belong
to prominent families and vigorously deny
Ihe offense with which they statu) charged
nnd have cmplojcd attorneys to defend
Ihem. The complaining wltf.eM Is A. 12.
Hnrper, who Is the head of Iho little school
nnd president of the Lyceum Literary So
ciety, which meets there. I.ach of tho de
fendants Is a member of Ihe society. They
nrc Polk Darker, Jr., Homer Hrenncr and
Judgment for tho I'lnlntlrT In the Ce of
SnndgraM Agnlnot Woodcock.
The case of Prank Snodgrass against
Allen Woodcock, ns guardian of Willis
Plt7palrlck, to foreclose ft mortgage on
some Ilosedale property to satisfy n hote
of tl.500, was tried In the district court es.
terday. Thli Is the case where the de
fendant claimed to be a descendant of the
Shawnee tribe of Indians nnd that under
their treaty with the government they
wero not allowed to mortgage their prop
erty, nnd for this reason the mortgage was
old. Judge Alden did not agree with tho
defendnnt, however, ns he rendered n Judg
ment for tho plaintiff. Tho court held that
when the secretary of the Interior ap
proved a deed to Indian land tho Indian
title was extinguished.
Swift Parking Ciiinpniiy llimrsto an t'n
usually Large lie Crop.
Tho Swift Packing Company has stopped
cutting Ice nt lloan lake. The company
succeeded In storing about CS,W) tons, at a
cost of nbout 15 cents per ton. Its Ico
houses nt thai point are nbout hnlf full,
and If the lakp freezes over agnln this win
ter the harvest will be resumed, nnd nn
effort will bo made to till the houses. Ite
tween too nnd 600 men wero engaged In the
work. All hao returned to this city. This
Is the largest crop of Ico stored by tho
company for some cars.
Another Dituingo Suit.
Sallle Williams yesterday filed suit In tho
district court against Prank Hnrdesty to
recover $100 damages for personal Injuries.
The plaintiff says that sho was a domestic
In Hnrdesty's family, and that she fell
from a walk In tho defendant's yard nnd
stistnlnoi! serious Injuiles. She claims tint
her Injuries wero due to the negligence of
the owner of the property. Hoth parties
live In Argentine. Attorney Tosh (lied the
Revival meetings are still In progress at
the I'lrst Haptlst church. In Illvcrlcw.
The house Is filled every night and a deep
Interest prevails. An Inquiry meeting Is
held every evening after tho regular serv
ices. The pastor, Ilcv. W. Davidson, an
nounces that baptism will be ndmlnlstcred
nt nn enrlv date, and that there will bo n
largo number of candidates. The church
has never before since Its organization
made such rnpld progress as at the present
Dillon of llrnrts.
Georgo W.Coghnn, n ranch owner of Wy
oming, nnd Miss Ida Coghan, of Callao,
Mo., were married In this city yesterday
morning by tho piotor of the Seventh
Street M. V. church, Hev, W. II. Comer.
They both bear tho same name, and are
distantly related, but not near enough to
prevent them from being married. They
will go directly to Wyoming to live.
AVIII Play nn rxhtbltlnti Ounie.
Inrtructor Clark, of the Y. jr. C. A. bas
ket ball team. Is nrranglng to play nn ex
hibition game In the near futuic. A small
charge of ndmlsslon will bo made, and the
proceeds will be used towards purchasing
a new bath tub. HeIdcs the game of bas
ket ball, theie will be nn exhibition of
actual class work In the gymnasium.
Appointment" Expected To-ilnj.
The politicians of this city think that
Governor Jloirlll will make the appoint
ments for the polite board to-day, nnd as
n result a large number of business men
will go to Topeka this morning.
Jlrs. Amanda Arthur, of Twelfth street
and Tioup nonue, 13 seriously 111. Jlrs.
Arthur has been altllcted with asthma
for n number of cars and her present
sickness Is the lesult of a severe cold.
Judge Hndley has Just received a pe
culiarly tonsil uctod milk wagon. Tho
body Is divided Into compartments which
will hold Ave largo milk cans on a side.
In the center Is another pait lined with
galvanized lion and to be filled with Ito
during the summer months. The wagon
was planned by Mr. Hadlcy and built In
Ilemy K. Raton, aged 3G years, of Wy
andotte county, and Jllss Nolllo H. Jlc
Coy, aged K years, of Jackson county,
Mo., weie granted a marriage license by
Probate Judge Angle yesterday.
O. W. Shepard has returned from a trip
Judge Anderson, of the court of com
mon pleas, adjourned the November term
of court yesterday. The Pcbruary term
will bo opened the first Monday In that
month. There nre several very Import
ant cases to be tried and will make tho ses
sion much loncer than usual.
There will be a meeting this evening nt
the Highland Pnik JI. H. church of tho
persons who are Interested In tho Y. JI.
C A. building nt Sixth street nnd Cen
Coroner Stevens returned yesterday
morning from Itosedale, wheto he ,vas In.
spectlng the reported find of n body.
Ho stated there wus no cause for nn In
vestigation, as the reported deceased In
fant was a stillborn child
County Attorney Jllller spent yesterday
afternoon examining tho evidence given In
the JlcCiilloek Inquest, nnd ho will likely
take sonio action to-day. The coioncr held
a consultation with him, but what action
was decided upon Is not known.
Another tobbery a repoited to the
police yesterday morning, The residence
of Charles Hlomqucst, No, 191! Ilalleck
street, was entered by burglms and n
gold watch and ?l.M in money stolen. The
thieves effected an entrance by prlii
open a window In the rpar of the house,
Tho second lecture In the Young Peo
pie's Society of Christian Rndeavor mis
sionary extension coiuse will bu given by
Itov. H. S. Jlendenhall, pastor of the
Plrst Prebbyterlan church, on Jnnunry 2!),
ot the Washington Avenue Jlethodlst
Tho prellmlnniy trial of Sergeant I.. D.
Hampton, who shot nnd killed lMvvard
Ilug.in n few weeks ago, was called and
continued In Justlio Hetts' court yestei
day on account of Hampton not being nblo
to attend, until Thursday, January 2S.
To rent Two nice four room houses and
one nleo oeveu room house closu to Union
Pacific and -Missouri Paelllo shops.
S. N. SIMPSON & SON,
Chamber of Commerce building.
The case against Jlrs, John Dunkln,
charged with nr.son, was called In Justice
Cook's couit yesterday. The cno was
continued until January 2i on nccount of
tho Inability of the defendant to appear
JIUs Clara Long will be married this
afternoon to Jlr. Charles (Jreen ut her
home, Jllss Long Is a leading society
lady of this city and Mr. Green Is a fore,
man In the smelter, Hev, W, H. Shaw
II. Smolensky will be tried Pebruary 15
In Justice Cook's coutt on a charge of
perjury, The cute cume up yesterday for
trial, but a continuance was given until
Several cases of diphtheria have been
reported In payne't. addition,
Jlrs. Miny Mulllns, mother of Jlrs.
Charles Dauzenroth. of this city, died
Tuesday tvenlns ut JCuusus City, Mo. The
funerul services will be held at 9 o'clock
this morning ut St. John's Catholic church
In this city.
A social will bo given this evening by
ho ladies auxiliary to the Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen at the residence of
J. O. Colwell and wife at No. S10 West
A letter has been received from Editor
I.nndrcy, of tho Republic, by his family,
stating that he would prolong his absence
several week", ns he Intended to visit his
daughter nt St. Paul, Jllnn , beforo return
Hoy Cnshner Is tinlle 111 nt his home on
Mrs. Jlathlns, Mrs. lllnnford, Mrs. !. H.
Jones and .Mrs. llelmerelth, of Hocdalc,
were guests of William Jlcdeorgo ami
The Young People's Society ot the Con
gregational church will give a oclat to
morrow evening at tho home of Miss l.ydla
Jlrs. Pish, of Kansas City, Mo., was tho
guests ot Dr. C. W. Adamson nnd wife
Dr. J. JI. C. JtcOlother Is nullo 111. Ho
was tumble to bo nt his nillro M-storday.
J, Tnncrock was nrrcsled yesterday by
Policeman Montgomery, of the Atchison,
Topeka & Snnla Po Hallway Compniiy'rt
force, for stealing groin fiom cars In
G, W. JIcKlnzIo Is tinder nrrest charged
with trespassing on tho pioperty of the
Atchison, Topeka fc Santa Po H.tllwnj
Company. JIr. Wilson, n railroad tempernneo
evnngellsl, of Hlvervlevv, Kn preni bed a
sermon to the Santa Pc cniptoes at tho
round houso Tuesday noon.
Tho Good Samaritan Society of Iho
Jlethodlst Hplscopil church will meet to
day with Jlrs. Wull Hour.
.Mrs. G, W. Klllmer, wife or Postmaster
Klllmer, Is quite 111 nt her homo on Huby
.Mrs. Jennie Williamson has retunvd
from a visit with friends In town,
X Womnii ami Her five Chlldirn r.tlctnl
I'rnm Their Home nnd Left
A ense of destitution was reported to the
police esterday, .Mrs. Anna Hnrtllng mid
her live llttln children wero evicted from
their homo at No. CJ1 South Adam-) Ftreet,
lust Saturday evening for uon-pii) incut ot
rent, i It r husband left homo nbout n
wetk iigo, leaving her penniless nnd with
out fuel or fond. This was not the only
and clicunwinnco that tho poor woman
had to struggle with. Her children wero
nlmost bare-fooled n ml without the neces
sary clothing to keip thrm wnrm. After
being tvlcted they remained out In the
cold for very near nn hour. They wero
then given sholttr by JIis. J, Hcdgo nt No,
ti'J Adams sticet. The furnltuie used by
Jlrs. llartllng nnd her children was not
paid for nnd It was taken by the firm
from which It was pur'cliased.
The unfoi lunate family Is now housed
In a small room at No. Ml Adams slieit
Charitable citizens contributed vnrlous
mtlclos of furniture, which were moved
Into the room yesterday afternoon. The
bos fnctoiy donated fuel. County Poor
Commissioner Sehllefor was notllled nnd
promised lo nld Ihe family
Jlrs. Hartllng Ins no relatives In this
part of tho country.
An nttcmpl was made Tuesday night by
on unknown person to set llro the homo of
T. D. Chentham, No. EM South Perreo
street. Papeis were placed on the floor
of a closet and set fire, but It was discov
ered before nny damage resulted.
Prank Wlndell, n tooper employed In the
cooperage plant of J. II. Kelley A. Hros.,
was badly hruleil scsterday by his cloth
ing catching In tho shafting. Ho was
drawn around a shaft a couple of times
befoio ho was leleascd. No bones wero
P. Pltzgernld, of South Coy rtreet, Is
C. S. Gilllln has gone to I.eavenvvoith.
n I. Jlurphy, past fraud master work
man of tho A. O. U. W., will bo In this
city Saturday night and assist In tho or
ganization of ii new A. O. U. A . lodge.
The Jlodcrn Woodmen and the Ilojal
Neighbors icndercd nn elaborate pro
gramme at their entertainment Inst een
Ing. Daniel Kelly lias returned from Okla
Jlr. and Jlrs. Jerry Dawllng. of I.caven
woith, nre the guests of frlcnd-s in this
Jlrs. Thomas Devlno, of No. SOI Herger
avenue, Is seilously 111,
John Delno roturned last evening from
St. JIarys, Kns.
Tho Home Sowing Clicle will give a
dance this ecn!ng nt JloLcan .L Jfo
A. T. nnd II. S. Harkley arn entertain
ing their brothei. Theodore Hatkley, of
J. A. Jlonlson nnd family have returned
Tho Dodsworth Club will give a masquei
ade ball on January '-"J nt JIcLean & Jlc
COUNTY TREASURERS MEET.
KaiiHis Keept rri nf 1'iihlie PuuiU Hold
Their Atiiiu it Mooting ut 'lopokn.
Topeka, Jan. 2.1. (Special ) The Stato
Association of Countj Ti ensure closed
their annual meeting Inst night by tho
election of tho following oflleers for the
ensuing ear A 1. Cn, of Douglas, was
unanimously r -elected as president; Ben
jamin Schnicrle, of Wyandotte, vice presi
dent; JIoll I.ogler, of Jeffcioon, wns re
elected to tho petition of secretary nnd
A legislative committee was constituted
ns follows to look after tho Interests of the
treasurers In pendljig laws: A IC. Rodgeis,
nf Topeka, chairman; A. L. Cox, ot Law
lenco; II, J. Doran, of Sedgwick, 1". Jt
Stnhl, of Shawnee; P. II. Nelson, of Doug
Ins, mid Henjamln Sclmleile, of Wjnn
dottc. Tho following H n list ot tho tronsmcri
who attended tho convention.
A. I.. Cox, Douglas; Kldon I.owe, Hour
bon; C. II. Pattlson, Dickinson; A. I..
Mitchell, Gove; D, 11, Johnson, Johnson;
J. 11. Hrovvn, Pnvvnco, W. C. Gould, Piatt;
William P. Iloch. .Marlon: T. JI. Wilson,
Osnge; J. M, Dwell, Wallace; G. W. Cooter,
Reno; Georgo Johnston, I.jou; It. D. Web
ster, Woodson; J. A. Kelly, Stevens; J. P.
Grant. Jlel'iieison; J, S, Henderson, frank
lin; JI. Jt. Klger, Coffey: J P. Illnor,
.Miami, JI. JI Hiineiman, Greenwood, H,
G, Claik, Hdvvurds; (leoigo W. Wiley,
Jleado: G, JI. Wilson, Albn; P. JI. Stnhl,
Slmwneo; Georgo C, I.alrd, Hodgeman;
Henjamln SohnlOTle, Wyandotte; J. II.
ninlr, Montgomery! J. R. JlcCuuly, Atchl.
son; I.. S. Cumbien, Neosho, and P. JI.
It was decided to hold a mid-summer
meeting at Wichita commencing .May SO.
Until llom.es Hlfciuvi Mnttrrs fur Iho Wel
fare nf tho'luirltnr) A .Memorial
to i ougrt $k.
Guthrie. O. T, Jan, :3.-(Speclal,) Hoth
hoiifcts of tha legislature spent most of tho
day In committee nn various bills, and tho
dlfccusslous wero spirited. Tho stnate bills
providing for a public Inspector of oils;
providing for redemption of piopeity sold
under mortgage ut tiny tlmo within elgh
teen months ufter hale, and, If tho property
be a homestead, rxteudlng time ouo year
longer; also providing that In caso of a
moitgago given ilor purchase money the
amount realised from salo of property
sdiall satisfy thu mortgage In full, were
The house spent: the day In discussing; a
memorial to congress, pruylng for tho quar
antlne line to bo placed at tho southern
boundary of Oklahoma Instead of the
northern. A bill was Introduced providing
for tho placing of a heavy tax on liquor
dealeis, und uslus tho same to ciect court
Tho CliUura Certainly I int.
South Haven, Mich, Jan. 23. Thero is
scant room for uuy differences of opin
ion us to whether tho pieces of wreekuge
brought ashore h?io to-nU'ht are portions
of the upper workj of the btenmer Chlcoia.
Steamboat and ti'l men huvo concluded
that there U uo doubt thut sho Is broken
to pieces. Pileuds of Captain Stone and
his crew have given them up as lost. Sev
eral different parties came In this evening
with pieces of lumber which are claimed
to be portions at the steamer's upper
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
HHAI. P.HTATi: Jtll.VTAT.KINd HpslNHSS
ami .si;i:imi tiii: skiiii.
lion. P. ,)iimeiiii Mentioned ns "eniilnr
Raker's siicirssor Arrangements for
tho Lnller's Iterepllon MUtol-
liiiiinus nnd Personal.
river y local real estate dealer wns out
early yesterday to nld In citing for tho
v lulling real estate men at this state who
begun to nrrlvo early jesterdny morning,
Tho leal dealers met nt the Delmoulco
pirlors nt 10 n. m. and organlred and ar
ranged committees. 12. Jiunewm win chosen
chalniati nml A. M. Haln secretary.
Tho chair npiiolntcvl tho following com
mittees! Advcrtlsliig-H, C. Owen", of llelolt,
Jlorlgnges, redemption and (nxillon V,
la. Beard, of Knnsns City, Kits., chairman,
Sales, commissions and 'their collections
C C Turner, HI Dorado, chairman.
State organization P. 1!. Hunt, I.eaven
During the afternoon papers wero rend
by 11, C. Owens, or llelolt, nnd W. I..
Hoard, of Kansas, nnd I!. Jnmeson, of
Tho night session proved ory Interest,
lug. Various papers were nml v.lileh
brought out many valuable imlnls. Tho
exchange will meet at ihe pirlors at S a.
m to-dny to petted arrangements ror the
organization of n stnlo exchange.
After the conclusion ot the business ot
the nrIons committees the reception com
mittee, of which the major Is ihulrm.in,
will take that go of tho "ltors and emnt
them nbout the city, to the urloiis points
of Interest, closing tho dny'i exercise, by
nttendlng tho banquet nt 9.M o'clock at tho
Hon Would venitot- .1 iniesmi sc,tind.
United SI itcs Senator linker will soon re
sign his seat In the state senate, and tho
question arises who shall be his successor?
The pm pose no iloubl of his constituency
will bo to get nn good u mnn ns Mr. llaker
It iiosslblo, Hon. i:, Jameson, nf this elt,
has been suggested In this connection, lit
is capiblo, worthy mid well nttod for the
position, a Republican from principle; in
the prime of life nnd It selected for the po
sition would sene tho district ably nnd
lie option tn .senator ltilter.
The committees appointed Tuesday night
to at range for the reception to bo tendered
Hon. Luclen linker, the state oilkirs and
menthols of tho legislature nro requested
to meet with tho major ut ! olllce at 10
a. m. to-day to report progiess and to dis
cuss matters pertaining to the reception
The committee of five which visited To
peka had not olllclally leported nt a late
hour last night ns to tho due on which
tno iinnquet will bo held, but it Is pie
sunied that It will come on Saturday night
Iteil PHtate Transfers.
Tho following transfers nf real estate are
reported bv George W. Hide, abstracter.
room 2s, itjan building:
George I'. Neally to Jlonroe L. Cioslcr;
one-quarter acte In noilheast quarter of
southeast quatler of section 21, township 9,
range 'Ji, $2 000
H. V. Grajblll to A. C Ntlson, strip of
land 10x110, Kloventh nnd Kiowa street
Judge Haw n yesterday lnod a marriage
license to Jl.utrlco W. Hltitt and Maude
Cogswell, both of Delaware township.
J. W. I'ogki, of tho Plrst Nullnnnl bank,
nnd W W. Wilto, ot the Hotel Leaven
worth, left the eltj list night foi Minneap
olis to confer with Jlr. Chute as lo tho best
was out of the hotel muddle.
The oscort committee, of which JInyor
Dodswor'h Is chairman, Is requested to
meet the ,anjjr at his.nJIUe at 1 p. m. to
dny to nr,i'. In intoning the visiting ienl
estate me.', about tho city and suburbj,
home, pest and Linslng.
Tho Jewish fair nottul Its proje, lois SI.OO0
which Is far In excess, of , hat thej had an
ticipated. The district coutt will hold a short ses
Jtrs. C. C. Ooddard will entertain her
friends at cards at hoi homo nt 5 p in to
dny In honor of her aunt and Jits. Jenkins,
ot St. Louis.
Two Women Albge Tlmt Their IIiikIihuM
Are Not C.'niiiltu lln Ihciiisclii s
as 'tin v should,
JI. J. Hyrc, who Is the proptletor of a
livery stnblo at the oiner of Seventeenth
and MiGeo stiects, K uisas Ctly, Jlo , was
made tho defendnnt In a divorce suit yes
terday by his wife, Mr JI, J. Hjre. Tho
petition alleges that the couple weto m ir-
rlod .March H, 191, nnd sepnrated during
the month of June of the same year. Jlrs.
Hyro states that the s, partition was due to
the fact that hoi hudiand was mismanag
ing her business affairs, nnd Hint i-ho was
bi sieged with iatindi) und grocery bills
contracted by him July 14, she states, he
promised to do bettor, and sho took him
ba -k on probation II neteed to pay her
$1,000 and a monthly sum ot $C0. Sho savs
he wns tinti iithful about the matter, but,
on tho contrary, came homo Intoxicated on
New Year's eve, ami diove her daughter,
who was lulling her, out of tho house.
Jlr. IIre, tho petition states, besides hav
ing tho llvory stable, owns about COO acres
of farming land In Texas, nnd derives JIM
a month from lilt business,
.Mrs. lllomer wan another applicant for di
vorce. Her husband, Frank Hlomor, she al
leged, wns a habitual drunkard, and his
principal occupation was gambling.
"Work for l'enr Men,
The rock quarry opeiated by tho city
near tho public springs Is one of the
btihlest places In thu city. Thirty men nre
employed thero In getting out rock for tho
uso of tho city. Only men who nro out of
employment, out of money and nre heads
of families me given n chanco at this place
to help themselves. Quarrsmen got $1 per
day, nnd 13 cents per cublo inn! Is paid for
brenklug rock. JIan of tho applicants for
woik ask for nn advance ot stilllclent
money to buy a meal In order to be nblo
to finish their task. Some nf tho men nro
not nblo to make our M cents a day, but
this nniount Is iccelved gratefully, and no
complaints tire made.
Tho oiatoilcal contest nt Armory hall to.
morrow night, to ho hold under the nus
plces of tho King's P.tughteis, promises
to bo latgo nt tended. Students from P.uk
college uio on Iho programme for pilze
orations. Tho contestants are:
W. II. JInson, Thomas Stotts. n, D.
Daley, P. D, Decker, U. n. Whitney, H.
, number of Independence peoplo will
contribute xocal and Instiuuieutiil selee.
ilons, nnd Jlr,. Howard Pajno will render
a violin solo, Tho winner of the medal Is
to be selected ns representative of Pink
rollouts nt tho state oratorical contest,
Tho lecelpts for the night will go Into a
Thomas Shields way lined $1 and costs
yesteiday by Justice Jllllard,
Lewis Hldy. ot California, Is tho guest of
his brother, Gcoige Hldy, of this city,
Jtls Mary Hreaker conducted tho Young,
Peoplu's service last night at tho Preiby
Tho revival services at tho Westminster
Prcsbyteilnn church have closed. Hev,
lijlanil, the cvangelltt, will woik In other
A iclatlve received u letter yesterday
from Pred Hlroneiuous, wno was le.
ported to have been killed In Kentucky,
llyionemous Is In font hern Indiana.
Tho Chrlsinan-Stwyer Haikng Company
had a new safe placed )n Itj vaults jos.
terday, and a new front put on tho vault,
Some time ago the ault and safe wero ut
tacked by buiglars. Tho new safe Is said
to bo burglar proof.
The city has taken an appeal In, the
damage suit brought by Rebecca Howell.
The case was tried at Lexington und the
city met defeat.
JONES' FINANCIAL BILL,
I'rntlilM lor mi Imiic of llilf n llllllnii In
'Hiinils I'.lJaMo In t nlii.
Washlngloti, Jan. a -In Seinlor Jones'
financial ami rurrenev bill introduced to
day, authority is given the secretary of Ihe
treasury to Issue JSOO.ooo ooo of bond", pa
nblo In coin of the pitsciit Blnndaid value,
and bearing Interest. The bonds nre to
mature thirty .vears from date nml may be
redeemed In twenty jonrs Tho proceeds
of tho bonds are to bo Used to defray cur
rent expenses or tho government, nnd for
III ledemptlon of United Slabs loimt len
der anil treasury notes Issurd under tho net
nf July II, MW. Iho bends etc lo bo of
denominations: ot $20 nnd $T.0, nnd multiples,
nnd will bo free fiom taxes They must
bo paid for hi gol.l or tho seer, tnry may
ncoopt Pnlted States nods nnd treasury
nolo under the act or lsM.
National banks miy Issue circulating
notes to Ihe amount or bonds deposited
with thonecrelnry of tho tie.asury, unl thn
tax on such elroulnllou Is reduced to one
qumor of 1 per rent.
Section .1 pi ov Ides tint no national bank
shall lellro Us circulation without written
nittlmrliy from the secrelnry of the treas
ury. Section I nnVH that national banks
desiring lo retire the whole or any part
of their circulating notes nre required to
deposit gold colli equal to the amount of
Iho notes to bo retired nnd at
nil times to keep on deposit with
(ho treasurer of the Pulled Slntes,
In rold coin, a sum equal to per
cent of their" outstanding circulating notes,
to be used for the ledemptlon of such
Sections fi nnd 7 piovldo for the displace
ment of all national bank nnd United
Slntes Iroasmy notes nf denominations of
l"ns than $10 with sliver c. rllllcntes.
SENATOR BAKEfUVILlTHOLD ON.
Ihe Kiiiisis Mutcinmn's "-ervhes Are Need
id In tho Populist Senile for
Topeka, Kas Jan, El. (Special ) This
morning Pnllcd Slntes Senntor-cleet linker
tendered his resignation to Governor .Mor
rill ns1 slate senator from the Leavenworth
district, but later ho withdrew It when
urged to do so by tho governor nnd Re
publican membeis of tho slate Semite who
need his services on the floor, An election
to fill such a vacancy could not ne held
without ten dns' notice. As Senator linker
doess not enter upon his now ofllce until
Jlnrch I theie I) no legal obslntie to his
holding ids seat In tho rt.ate senate mull
then, ns Is the wish of the governor.
hTA'li: HANK I.SM'iXrOH.
A Itlll Illtrodiued In tllo JlUsnlirl Houso
II ivlng ilnt Pud In Men.
Jefferson City, Jto., Jan. 23. (Special )
Hon. William S. Jlarsh, of Clinton coun
ty, baa Introduced In the house a bill
providing- for ntato bank Inspection. Jlr.
Jlarsh Is a farmer, but ho Is nlso a b inker,
being president of tho Holt bank, of Clay
Ills bill Is a careful condensation of the
best provisions ot the JInbsachusctts and
Now lork bulking laws, and an applica
tion thct oof to tho conditions nnd laws of
Missouri. It does not attempt to :lnnge
tho general laws on banking, leaving that
to sop. unto bills as they inny be suggested.
It does not Include imv corporations ex
cept banks, and It carefully avoids placing1
nrbltriry power In the hands of any niTicor
whatever. It places thu control of the In
spection In the bands of the secret lry of
state, beeauso all of tho ofllco work neo
csnry to the execution of the law Is al
ready done by that oilleer, nnd no addi
tional expense- will ensue therefrom, tho
banks pajlng for tho Inspections made.
The bocretnry of state Is empoweted to
appoint Inspectors at a s.ilniy of $2,000
each. Two will probably bo necc-sary.
The examiners uic subject to penalties for
dereliction; no olllcer or stockholder In a
bank ran be made pxninlniir; no examiner
can bo appointed receiver. If banks nro
out of line the eeret;irv of stnte notifies
Hit m nt once to comply with tafctj, and
If they fall to do t-o II Is his duty to
notify the attornev guneial, whose duty It
becomes lo proceed against tnem, nnd the
powers nnd duties of the court .lie de
fined. The hill has been carefully drawn,
and In -view of the opposition to tho cren
ton of new olllcers, will be apt to becomo
the hew, If nny sl.ito Inspection at all Is
I'iiIiiici'h Jlciiiliillou PasKeil the Setuile.
Washington. Jan. :3. (Special ) Tho reso
lution oliered by Senator Palmer jestir
daj. to make members of tho Missouri
state and provisional mllltl.a eligible for
pension a, passed the senate to-day. It was
nut to tho house and loferred to the com
inltlfe on pensions. Cli llrnuin Martin, of
that committee, is absent, but Is expected
to lotuin In a few dajs Some of tho
Missouri members say they will work to
amend the law so that the socrotaiy of tllo
Inf i lot cannot fill ther deny the Missouri
milltlt admission to tho pern on mil. The
main apir henslou nppeats to bo that in
the event the resolution Is put through.
what will be the ruling of the seorttary
concerning tho 11,0)0 names dropped from
the penrlon loll? The Impression prealls
tint each one thus deprived will bo forced
to come In igiln with an application for
pension, and go through tho II,. lit again to
get on the roll
Hiiusis ill;, I'itthlmrg it Guir.
The annual mooting of tho Kniisan Cltv,
Pittsburg Gulf Railroid Company will
bo held lu this city lo-daj , mid a Lout il ot
dlteetois i bosen lor ihe coming yenr. Tho
olllcer" of thu loinpany will also bo elected.
To-nioiinvv the visiting htockholdcta of
the company and the local olllcers ospoct
to go (low n nvei tho lino on a tour of In
spo tlnn. Tho excursion will bo tnado In n
sjietlil tialn. and the vl.dtois will bn shown
tho in in) points in' lnleieat nlonj tho line,
of which tlio company Is ho proud
Tho Mmklioldeis of tho company fiom
tho Hast, who uio In the ltv nttendlng tho
i lection, niu Messts Wllllnm Wutterull,
John Lues. Dr. II M Howe, W. II. Ilol
lls. A, G. Clay, William Hlukesell, W. D.
lilac); nnd S Tivloi. of Phll.tdepliln:
lMvvari) Jf Smith, Nathaniel "Not inn, of
Brooklyn, 1!, I'. Merwln, 11. II. names, c.
1!. Guinnls, ot New York. .1 11 Howes,
of Nmtlstoivu, Pa , nnd D. 11. Haines, uf
To Pay III sllier Hull ir".
Chlengo. .Inn. 21. A special lo the News
fiom Vwishlnglon snjs. Heiiutni Palmer In
tiodurnl a bill to-day dliectlng that tho
sinior inoitgago bonds of tho Pnlon Pucifla
nillinnd sbnll be pujnblo In silver dollars.
The bill piovldes further that If there nro
not eiiouuii sllvet dnllais reined nnd In the
tiM"iny to meet theso honda, the secie
tary of thu tieasury Is nuthoi'Ued to coin
fiom tho bullion in the tieasmy enough to
meet tho dellclt.
"I do not expect to see the bill pissed
this session," mid Senatoi Pnlmer, "but
It will servo to rouitteiuct tho pioceedlug
commenced In tho federal courts of St,
Louis, Jlo,, to foiecloso the30 senior mort.
The Illinois seuntoi thinks the proceed.
Ing In the couit Is In tho n.ituie of u men.
neo to foico congress to pass u bill ex.
tending tho time for the payment of Its
debt to the gnveriimtnt.
.liiinul Mcctlnt; Held,
Newark, " Jan, 21. The annual meet-Int.-
or the Newark, Someot A Stiatslllo
itallroul Company was hoM nt tho llilll
more & Ohio Itillmnt ('ampan)'H nillco
hem m-ilay. 1'iesltlent l.ce anil the illieo
lorn Mihinltteil their animal repoit for the
lis. i vear cmlcd tiei'temlier SO, lNH, which
showoil the propel ty to hnu 1 jen well
mninttnneii nnn many iiniiriiveineius in toe
The following illle-ctoin were electee!: Davhl
I.ee ami M. Chur hill, tf inesvllloj w :
r....n I.. ,.tnr n.l. r W r.nlllr, r.r,l..,
Will Maintain llntta
St. Louis, Mu, Jan. Sl.-ltciresentatvc3
,f inlliojil)). which ure members or the
Southern ficlulii committee', clnst.il their
vo iluis' inicllns hem to-tl.iy. It v., is
London, Jan. M. Among tho nev alleh.
de-camii to the queen is Captain Louis
lleauiuont. royal navy, who manic. AUss
rorbes, of Hoston.
I'crth, Gotland, Jan, !3. 1'lre this morn
ing damaged the municipal buildings here
to the extent of IS0,W0.
I'.'itlll, IV, 1,1. IIU," ., M, ... .-,, , . .',,,,'
I.iia; It, T, l.CMles ami J. D. Culberson,
Whoellns: John llceil, MunMlt-M. ),; J JI
ilraham, Now irk, o nml l'ranltlln Anna,
("lilc.iKn The lonril oritunUeil hy elf-Hug
Divhl I.ee, president; 1'. O, Sneeil, secre
tary HUH lll'UBHir,,
iiKiecil ny iiiosu jucaeiiv u maininui rtiic!
li .Mlsklsslppl river points arter the 1st of
rohriiaiy, but no eoneluslnu wan I cached
as to the rt vision of ilirferentlals, which
matter will ku ovt-'r until thu next iiicttliis.
y awunev.ii.ju l.laaUIV)aVilaSrVaaXaaan it
. ALL 1 Tffi SWIM!
SVliRY Heavy Weight article in the house sacrificed to
our ambition to enter the new store nt Tenth and Main
with an entire and absolutely new stock of goods. A choice
stock a great stock a r.tock without an equal at prices
that were never approached.
Knit Cardigan Jackets.
lliMvy Hlnclt ICnlt Jackets, bel
ter tliun nny ntsi.r.o
r.aliev .illicit, blue, brown Jl
nntl inn, henvy Knit. Tack- Yk
tits, vvortli SS.fiO. U?
Double biousleil Mrlt'lly nil f
wool bhtoW.liliii', brown or k
Inn Knlt.lnt'liulH, worth Si vj
Heavy Weight Gloves,
Heavy Worldlier (.loves, with
knft or plain lop,
Heavy Calfskin, knit or plain
top', liiii'il or klil (Moves, fur
top, worth SI. 00
lluckskln or hotschltle, with
iiliilu or knit top, lined or
ftlil or locha fur topped
Olovos, worth SI. Ml
Heavy Weight Waists.
Mother's I'llenil I'lnnnel ntrcs
I to 10 years, worth SI 00,
Ilpnvy Cheviot nml Domnt
ri.inni'l Wnlsts, nil sh-cs,
w orth n.V
Such cutting and such slashing were never seen before.
The Model's whole heart and soul is in this effort, and noth
ing shall prevent a successful culmination if prices count at all
MAIN ST. $? m w
ON JOINT APPLICATION.
MiiuitATi: i(i:ci:ivi:its roi: , mm:
OVVNIM) IIV TWO COMl'ANll.s'.
Illiiun 1'. Dillon In CliurKo r Iho llan-
li Ut in Alnin HurlliiRiiinc Acgre
five l'ollty tci Jto 1'eirftuoil hy
Iho l..iko Shorn ltoiul.
Topck.i, Kns., Jnn. 2,1. (Special.) On
Joint application of the holtleis of the
1 1 ret mnrtK.iKC bonds of the Mniilinttiin,
Alma & Uurlliisame, the stock of which
W Dwnetl Jointly by tho Atchison, To
peka ii Santa Vq and Union racllle rc
celveishlps, Jlr. Hiram 1'. Dillon has
been appointed iccelver of that load lu u
suit brotiLjlit to foreclo.se the ltiorlBaKcs,
tho object being: to clear the title- for the
purpose of the pemllnK reorganization
of tho two Interested companies, Tho
separate receivership is established
chiefly for fio convenience of tho two
lecelvershlps luteiestctl thciein nml by
a mutual satisfactory mr.iiifromont be
tween them, nnd no cltaiiKo will be made
In the management of tho road, which
will continue to bo operated ns litieto
foiv tintlet- the HiipervNIon of Mr. P. T.
McLeiian, supctlntondent ensttrn divis
ion Atchison, Topeka & Snnta Fe rail
road. So far ns tho public Is concerned
no dlfffienco will be perceptible.
A similar arrangement has been made
In lefeienco to tho Wichita & Western,
of which the stock Is owned Jointly by
the Atchison, Topcltn & Snnt.i J'"o nnd
St. l.ouls ,t San Kranclsco coniiianies.
In tho foreclosuro Milts brought upon
the mortgages scenting the honds on
this pioperty, Jlr. J. II. .Mt-nntlie, of
St. Louis, bus boen appointed receiver.
The road will continue to bo operated by
Jlr. George J. Hiirtman, superintendent
houtlieru division Atchison, Topekn &
Sant.i l"o r.illioad.
U. I'. rOHKCLOSUKK SUIT.
1 cgnl Steps Tuheu It. Clear tho Dories for
Omnhn, Nob., Jan. 24. The Omaha Ii"e
to-night locally says: Theio Is ti great
deal of unwritten history eonnected
with the recent foreclosuro suit bi ought
by the trustees nf the lltst mortgage
bonds of the Union I'nclllc In St. Louis
Inst week. As early as last July Judge
Sanborn lntlmnted to the trustees of
the Hist moitgago bonds that an action
In foreclosure would have to ho brought
In order to keep tho stockholders' Inter
est lu the pioperty Mibject to thu dlioe
tion of tho court, otherwise tho court
might decide to transfer the direction of
the property back to tho continl ot tho
company. Thero nro many toiitraets
W'hlelt In the pteseut depressed condition
of business operate against tho advance
ment of the Union Pnelllo system, nml
It 1ms become essentially ntccssai-y to
hnvu these contracts nmonrted or revised
along lines favorable to one of tho
parties, nt least, to tho conttnet. This
could not be done without t'nreeloMite,
nnd lu order lo clear tho decks fur ie
organization It wns decided to bring a
suit In foreclosure, which would have
been necessary under nny clicumstitn
ces, If n leadjustnient of present tlllll
cultles was ut till de-sli.ilile-,
As thete suits In foreclosure are
brought upon various lines mid iho
present iccelvcis nro appointed under
the bills at complaint, the oh) suits
hiought by tho stockholders begin to
glow less liurdensomo nntl tlnally tho ie
colvers. under tho new suits t-easo to
have nny interest lu tho old cases nnd
they nio lomoyed fiom court, so to
speak. Under foreclosuro suits tho
earnings nre Kept sepmate, tho court
duetts what uso Is to bo in ide of ceitnlli
funds and gradually the end approaches
when tho property Is to bo nlfeieil for
sale, So the grind of tho couit i educes
tho many complications until the lltial
run Is made, when tho propel ty is In n
position to be taken for its actual value
It U pretty generally understood that
nil the foreolosuio proceedings brought
on the unions piopvllles fouueily i-oii.
etitutlng the Union I'.icillc system will
bo pushed rapidly to Unnl udjudlcntlon
In older that the reorganization com-
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
&g si kX Mr Ttl Kcf Sk lf te fttih jfgf-f
Heavy Weight Hosiery,
What tto you think of nticy
folm Wool lloso of Sic ouai
Nli.il ilu you think of heavy
vvcijf'il (,"j pounds) yearn
loss Cotton Itnsn for
S What tlo you think of cooil
Kiny nUM'tl Cotton Hoso of
10c quality for
A plentiful supply of poml n m D
Tad Cheviot nml Cnilinicro I I P 8
A full nml complete, line, n! An A
ilfsiniDio si.oo funcy plnitl K I
Heavy Weight Gaps.
Hoys' heavy winter Caps, tlnrk
colors, ediitichill.is, .scotches
und rlbbt'd, worth 10c
Men's heavy winter Caps, in
chinchillas nnd cassimcrcs,
a&&s& MAIN ST.
STORE IN KANSAS CITY.
mltteo may have pomethlng to work
upon In reorganizing what once was tho
greatest r.illionil pioperty lu tho coun
try. - '
IIACKIII) IIV UJ.CI.I! SAM.
lteiri-entiitlvo Chillis' 11111 for tho National
Washington. Jnn. 21. Representative
CI1II1I3, ot Illinois, to-dny Introduced n,
bill to Incorporate tho National Central
Itullw-uy Company. It creates William.
Dollln, J. C. Caldwell, J. W. need nnd
J. P. Reynolds, of Chicago; John I.ell,
of Ronton Harbor, Mich., nnd others 11
corporation by thu above name, nnd
nutlioils'es it to construct and maintain
a continuous i.illway lrom tho Hudson
river, In or near Jersey City or Now
Yoik City, or fiom somo point in New
York, to Fan rranclsco, on the line It
may ht-lect, rofeicnce being bad to tho
shot test practical route. The company
Is authorized to lcasu or purchase r.ll nr
such portions of nnv existing lal'rnj Is
ns In Its judgment nre so located tho'
they can lie Incorporated ns ,1 p.nt cf
the thoroughfare contemplated. If Hi
company elect, tne United States sh 1
guarantee tho Interest of J per cnii 1
be paid on the bonds Issued hy It
riia'.xm: in roi.ii'v.
Tho t.ilto hlmro ) Ho Aggrew.lve Heine,
forth unit lliiHtlo for Jtut.hu t..
Cleveland, O, Jan. 23. Thero nro
many stories In cliculatlou in iiili.inl
elides to tho olfect that the hoiolotoro
conservative policy of the Lake Sh-iro
r.illioad under tho management ' f tho
late John Newell will boentliely elumg
otl under General Caldwell, th - lK-vvly
nppolnted president. It is said tint In
the futuio thn policy of the r.. id will bo
aggressive nnd the passenger mil
freight men of the line will be oxpeetea
to get out nnd hustle fen- business It li
also .stated tlint thero Is a strong prob
ability of a new Issue of stock soon to
bo made by tho company. Tho new
stock Is to bo Issued only to piesont
stoel.holdeis of the road, and tho In
come Is to be used to pay off tho bonded
Indebtedness of the road. What sur
plus theio In will bo used for the put
poso of elevating tho companj's trutlci
Jlr. McLond lu W.-nlilngtnn.
Washington, Jim, 23. (Special ) J W.
McLoml, nf South MeAlester, arrive I to
day to look nfter certain mattcia ionne--ed
wlih tha Choctaw railroad. Mr "VI -Loud
Is general attorney for the ooinpinv
and he U very much in favor of huileluu;
the road through tho town- of rlhiwino
and does not like tho prn,-ltloii of thd
secretary of the Interior locate th,
load on tho south bide of the Noiih ("aim.
dlan river by reason ot the appeals of tin
people of tho town of Tocutnsioli.
Mr. II A. Lloyd, secretary and pmchas.
lug agent of the Wabash Itillro id Com
pany, with headquarters hi St Louis, was
nt tho Co ites House yritcrdu).
A circular Issued by the L.il.o hhoro
Railway Company nniioumes the founal
appointment of it. 11. 1 1111 as auditor of
that io.ul. Mr. Hill has been tho in tin ;
auditor of tho company Mute tho iluatn
of Mr. P. I'. Leland several months ngo,
Tho sumo circular nnnoiintes the appoint
ment of J). C Tully as nudltoi ot freight
.Vt 11 meeting of the oxecutlvo boaid of
thn dlreetois of the Union Tactile railroad
the forecloHiuo Milt hrought at St, l.oulj
by thu Hist mortgage bomlholdeis wns ells
cussed and 11 utolullou was ndopted lu
stiuctlug tho comiuiD's tmiiibcl to tnKo
such steps lu the future eouduct ot tho
caso its would be-ht Mibscrvo the Interest j
of the slockholdeis,
Tho .Maple Leaf hn3 decided to nbandpn
Its I'lilon itM'iiue olllce tcinpoiiully, H H
tho purpose of the road to have a combi
nation of freight und passenger olllocs nt
a good location on Jlnln Mr Walnut street
In the near future, hut tho Union ncnui.
olllce will also le leopened as soon H3 a
eoiive'u'iit und desirable location can b
Hieiued (Jencral I'absenger Agent Lord
and P. 11. Holdildge, general agent of tin,
passenger department, were lu the city
Jcbterdaj, looking after the changes,
riclglit eiiriiluga or tho Jlonou for tho
tn-oiid vvtek In Junuuiy wtio J33.SJI,
iiBaliist J.".,'-'W ror tllo biimu week last
5 ear, and passenger earnings iiiucascd
trom iv,lM In )WI to 10,S7tJ,
RatnliiBS uf tho Chicago, Milwaukee &
Bt, r.iul for the thlid v.vek lu J.inuaiy
wtio Mll.lOil, n dtcre-aso of ja,2iai lrom thu
samo week of last Jiar,
tvjtl aMWl atfc,M.L