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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1805,
KANSAS CITY, KAS.
The Journal office has boon
removed from tho Chamber
of Commerce to tho first floor
of tho Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
Junction Cash Grocery House,
WMOLHSAI.U AND RETAIL.
1110(1. IIMI4 . Iflli St.,
KANSAS t'IT HANss.
If )ou ennnot cotiscnlpiitly come to our
r-loro tlrop Us n postal ciinl, ami our solici
tor will call nml net our urdpr.
Vot '1 drt.i onl.s we olTei the following
bargains In groceries:
II lbs Granulated Sugar, dOc; only tot
is orth on each order
3-lb box Soda Crac-kcif, 15c.
n lb Chcesp. 2.V,
1 gnllon Maple Svrup. iVe.
Oranges. IV ana :0e dozen.
Oyjter and Soda Cracker. 5c lb.
Corn Starch, f lb.
Kalsln.s, So lb
Kront, 5c nil irt
:i lb box Matin Crnrkers, ISe.
1110 Hi rack Granulated Sugnr. $1 25,
Granulated Sugar In barrels, S 1.1 J per
Oolden vpIIow Sugar, So lbs, $.
13-ctru "C" port Sugar, S3 lb1", 11.
Nectarines, lit lb.
Currants, 5c lb.
Gallon Tip Annie. 2V can: J.'.:'! dozen.
Gallon Pie Aurleots or Peaches. 30a can:
, K.I'', dozen.
10 lbs Scotch Ilolled Oats, 55c.
1 eloz cans .Mustard Saidlnes, sac.
1 doz fine Oil Sai dines, foe.
11 lbs California Ilvunor itetl Pears. $1.
11 'f California HvaporutPil Apricots, $1.
J its California Kviipunitcil I'l.icbes, $,
Luxury riour. nothing better, eveiy sack
Kiiarantced, Jl 7"i cw t.
Peaberry Corfee. 0 pl.gs. Jl
We rtellcr Roods tn all parts of Kansas
Clt, Kux , Armourdale, Argentine, Chelsea
I'lacp and Oakland. Out-of-town orders
shipped promptly. Ilcinember, satisfaction
Tile short Order
vers thlinr cle ill
and neat. Home-
nitiae Pies, o'c. Oppn un
til IS o'clock each nlelil.
MORE FUNDS NEEDED
MASS 3IKKTINO TO 111: CAI.I.MI) 11V Till:
MANY APPLICANTS FOR AID.
A womax iu nioM i:rosiiJti:
AM) lack or mjjisim;.
TlilctF. Loot a ('Inthiux Ntorr An Ilx-Km-
plo3 of thn ,(iji7ctti" Attaclu-H It
Vropcrly M. raiir Church
Iclt( Other Lot it Xrv-tf.
Tho olllcers of the Kansas City llellef
Association will call a muss meeting for
Monday evening for the purpose of raising
funds to cany on the work. The last few-
days of seseie weather lias told on the
llnaiices of the association, and It Is now
stranded. Theio huc been many calls for
assistance, and tho committee has glsen
until It has nothing moie to gle. Fnless
the cltlzciib take an Interest In the matter
and subscribe liberally, the association will
discontinue opt rations. The pi evident said
It could nut he run on wind, and that mon
ey was needed to help Hip worthy poor.
So fai the association has supplied the
nants of nlnetj-tUe families. Of these,
twenty-eight were widows with several
small children, and six were women whose
husbands had deseited them. leaving thein
to take care of the chlldieu. In these thli-ty-four
cases there are 1C7 children. Thero
bave bt.cn thirty-one applications that the
committee had to refuse assistance, for the
leason that it had no funds to purchase
clothing oi pioWslons.
The ofticero of the association who hae
charge of the vvoil: of distributing food
and fuel h.no fined the following weekly
older per fninll) : Corn meal or flour, 10
tents, tea, ;" cents, sugar, 25 cents; beans,
S5 cents, meat. 50 cents, and Iho bushels
of coal Total, $.'.35. Since the last re
poit the assOLlutlon has leceived donations
fiom the following persons.
II II. Sawyer, si, .Inmes Sulllan, three
tons of coal, I' A. Schuud, ti: IMwaid O.
Sehnelder. $1, I)r A. I'. Tenney, 3. J. G.
Vnntllmatei. J3. V. T. Walker, clothing,
W N Woodwaid. ft. It .1 Wul-h, ?1; C
Wilson, $J. W I- WhltP. $-', Armouidnle
bank, $5, William Atkinson, $1, A C. 1,
Coal Compan, tt: Joseph Herkosslts:, ii
cents; Samuel Ulel'kei, Jlj .1. Jl. Hr)anl,
11, H Cohen, Jl, John Confort, J3: 11 jl,
Craddoek, ?2, II. t: Chadborn, 11: Thomas
11. Dallty, 55. Geoigo S. Liton, Jl; I-'rank
T. llenschel, .', J. D. Her. J10: Jones i Co.,
J10, Andiew Jackson, SI; T, I. Johnston .fc
Sons, (!. T. r Kerr, Jl: J. II. l.ambke. J5;
P. V Morgan. J5. J. 13. Melcalf. J5. Joe
Martin, Sl.W, Jtcllale k Co., JJ.75; Majer
Jllnstei. Si: JIalianev & Ilanlford, tl; John
V.'. Nash. '; (i, (1. King, si. .1, P. Hoot, Jl;
Mrs. Hoblnson, SI. Prank Itiibr, J2; George
l'owler Son & Co., S-; .1, rrletlm.ui, 51;
rinkelstein Ilros,, Jl; A, J. CJothnuJ, 51, a.
a sioiii: itoiuii:ii.
lliletrs Carry A SHUI Wurlli of Cloth
ing lleloiiglug to I. Jl. liertKm- It.
The clothing sole of I, M, HeisKowlu at
No, 13 Ceutiiil aenue, was robbed some
llmo Wednesday night of J.S0O woilh of
clothing, The thlecs elfected an tntiauce
through a window In the rear of the build
Ing. The proprietor leportttl to the police
that there were SOU pairs of pants, '5 full
Milts nnd 1J oeroout.s stolen. Thn iletec-
,1. ou i nm ulnnoil . .. n.1. n.. . t n .....
H.VO .,.. IHUl.ll It, ttUIIV t( tut- t.lSt., UlU
so far hat) seemed no eluc to the rob
.tins, j i un can iii:i.i:asi:ii.
Judge Anderton (irinit lli-r Applliatiiiii for
a ! rit of llabeuii Corpus.
Mis. Addle Duncan, of Argentine, sc.
cured her lelenso from custody jesteulay
on a writ of habeas coipus, gianted by
Judgu Antltisoii, of tho comt of common
pleas, The tuso wan Kguu Weduesduy,
ami was pot finished until )eserday nioiii
Ing. Tho woman was chmgert with setting
Din to her home, which was burned two
A stercopticon scnlco will bo held at
tho hall on Minnesota fuciine, Sunn day
mid Suuduy iilglitH. Songs beautifully lllus.
truted In different scenes, appearing on tho
minus as the singing proceeds, will be thu
feature of tho meetings, Satin duy night
the story of the Prudlgul Son will bo heuii.
tlfully Illustrated in ten dlffeitnt scenes
as follows: Tho -toungcr son guthcis all
together; he departs tor a fur country;
heia he engages In rmeliy; all Is spent
and his friends gone: lie becomes a swine
herder: he would fain share their husks;
he comes to himself; the watchful father
sees his son; I am weary, no more weary;
put on him the best lobe. On Sunday
there will be a holiness unci pialse meet
ing. At night ''The Life of Christ" In Ilfty
f BJinnh Ocnn
' niiiuil uiudi i
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Repent
WE TABLET THA T GIVES RELIEF, t
For ia!e by DrugglsU,
d on receipt of price, so
or mulled on receipt of price, Jo cents. X
QnlUtd Drue- Co., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Z EVAHS-OAtLAOHER DRUG CO.,
Wholesale agents, KANSAS CUT, MO.
sppiies. Including "The Ailonillon of the
Shepherds. "! lie Iflt of the MiikI '
"Thu Plight I'lito r.il,' "Chi lt Still
ing the Sturm " 'Christ Weeping Ovir
l Jirusnlcni," "The Agony In the Gntilen
i "Chrlt llefttre Pilate "The Crucifixion,"
I "The llesurrectloii, ' and mail other beau.
, llful Illustrations will be shown, making
I the effect very lnitirerM p. The tueetlng
win eonciuiie Willi n iiattio lor poms, un
der the direction nr P.iihIkii Willi mis,
This kind of tntertiilnnieul Is suuietlilng
new In the Salvation At my circles, nnd u
largo nlldleiicp Is epietid.
ST. PAIlS Clll'ltril IIKIIT.
The Crnllttir Mill He Aketl to Almiiibiii
the 1'oreeliMiirn I'mepeilliigs.
The I'lttilrnllnl Insur.incp Company,
which Is cntleavoiliig tn forecloe a J7,fi"0
morlgigp on the properly of St. Paul's
llplseopil church, Is llkelj to hive seernl
large obstacles to tlrmoiint before It suc
ceeds In getting Judgment. The suit was
Hied some time ago, mid unless It Is with
dtawn, will go to trial at the next term of
the district com I.
Plve ytats ago (he church was In debt
for taxe", ami It wanted to raise enough
money to ii ij the tat bills and build a
church beside Prior to that time for ten
jears the congregation had held sen Ices
In the basement of whit Is now tho church
at th- corner of Sixth and Ann avenue.
The money was boriowed of the Prudential
I.lfe Insuinucp Company, The amount of
the loan was J7,"ji. The note was signed
lis the chairman of the meeting of tho
congiegatlon. at which time the milter
of seturlng a loan was discussed and de
cided upon. The mortgage was signed by
the .estrimen of the church,
The money seemed by the loan was used
In pi ing oft the taveH and In the con
sttuctlon of a new etllilce. The note ami
mortgage are not et tine, but It seems
that the church has let the ta.xts run
longer than the contract piovldes, and the
Insurance companv has tiled suit to fore
close on the property lor that lenson.
In looking up the matter yesterday the
attorneis for the church found a provision
which will likely enter Into the case very
deeply it the Insurance company insists on
pushing the suit. The church was chnrtet
ed In rebruiry 2. 145!', by an act 01 the
terrltoilal b'gHlatuie. In the bill which
granted the church a ehai ter It was spe
eltletl that thu church property should
neer be mortgaged for any other purpose
tli-m to raise money for the erection of a
building, tho cost of which was to be the
same as the cost of the oiiglnol church edl
llce. taince that time the old church be
came too small and was torn down, l'or
scei-al lears meetings were hild in the
basement, which was built foi a new
church Of late jeais, the church propel -ty
being located In the heart of the city,
has become ei-v valuable, anil It was no
trouble to get the loan of J7,5iO. Now the
tiuestion that enters Into the case Is wheth
er under the law granting the church a
charter the mortgage held by the Pruden
tial Insurance Companv Is valid, for the
re.isnn thai the monov was sneut fill-
other purposps than In the election of a new
eiiuice ol me same tost ,ts int.- tuiKiimi
The attornevs foi the chinch will hold
a consultation with the attorneis of thn
insurance company to-dn , when the mat
ter will be discussed. It is understood that
the members of the congregation want the
moitgage to mn the full live seals, belles -Ins
that thev will be able to take It up
then. Tliev will agree to keen up the taxes
nnd pav the interest nnnuallj it the suit
Is wlihdiassn and also pay oft the note
when it falls due
1HIIVT PAV II III.
An ex-lhuplnse Altai his the Cluette Pub
lishing C'ompinj's Property.
An attachment ssas served on the Gazette
Publishing C'ompars esterday afternoon
by Constable Hrown. of Justice Swingley's
court The attachment wns issued on com
plaint Jf Paul l.ledtke. a former emplose,
who claims there Is a liiliinco of J.'i;.l"i due
I him for ssages. Constable Hiown Htatetl
I that he would go to the building this
morning and lock up the pre-tses anil en
gine until the debt is paid l.ledtke was
one of the striken., who emit the Gu-iettu
a few uass ago
s.ijs Her Husband IS as Cruel.
Jennie Schmld sesteiday Ilk il suit In the
dlstiict court against her husband, Georgo
Sehmltl, foi dlsorte. In the petition. It Is
claimed that the defendant Is eMremelv
ciuel Mrs Schmld nass that although
her husband is rich, be failed to pi otitic
for her and upon the solicitation of his
futhei. he induced hei to deed a large
amount of salualilc piuperty to him
She also snss he Heated her so bully
that she ss-as tompelktl to lease him
lilrtli and Jliirtiurj statistics.
Counts Phs.slcian Cornell sestenlas Mu
lshed his annual repoit of births ami deaths
In the eltv and tounts. lie foiw.ilded the
Mine to the secretaiy of the state hoard
of health In Topek.i No leeord was kept
until Aim!. 16l. and fiom thut time to
Jniiuuy 1. 1V'5, time were in the city ISO
births ami 755 deaths, and In the counts;
151 hlrths and SO deaths The numbei of
cases of diphtheria reported ssas "3, scailet
fever, 27, and measles, 11.
Wll'lnm DoWitt. of Olnthe. ss-as biought
to this tltv jestetday morning to explain
sshy In- dbl not .conio lino couit when
called last Monday. Ho wns n ssltnoss
against John Keuuecki', n "jolntlst," who
ssas tiled beforo the United States com
niissloner for selling lleiuoi without a li
cense. Tile examination ssas held yes
A benellt entertainment ssas glsen last
night at the Chamber of Conuueice build
ing by the ladles of itlserslesv llellef As
sotlation, assisted by the Mticliants' baud.
The proceeds sseie gls-cn to Mis. Kate
Neeilham, No 710 Central avenue. This
poor woman Is In destitute t Ireumstnnces
ami In need of nil the assistance she can
Tim I.) oint on Trial.
The ease of Tim l.sons, who ss-as ariest
cd a few das ago for selling llrpioi with
out a gos eminent license, ssas on trial es
leulay befoio 1'nlteil States Commissioner
Pury. Lyons' ilpfetini ssas that tho sher
iff, when he laldtd his place, took his II
cense assay and ho ssas unable to get It be
foie tho license Inspector nriested him.
James Nnonan, who ss-us biought to this
city from Topeka to ansssei- to the dunce
of obtiilnlug money by fnuid fieini .li.
Link nearly two years ago, wa.s biought
before Justice lletts yesteidiy untl his e
nuilnatlou was set foi Thuisday, i'ebruary
II. Ho was committed to Jail In default of
lletalmil by snow,
A telegram was received last osenlug at
the Y. M. C. A. looms uiiiiouuclng Iho de
tention of tho John Thomas Concert Com
pany between this cits and Chicago. The
company Intended giving an enteitulnmeut
last night In the 1'tu.t Piesbyteilan ehurch,
but owing to deep snow was unable tu get
Hampton' i:iiiiilimtltiu Iti-siiiuetl,
The examination or Police Sergeant
Hampton, ehniistd with the intudei of
Illchurd nagan, wns lesume-d yesterday
moinluB by Justice lletts. A laige number
of ssltnesses seie exunilnid, but the pios.
ecution did not liiilsh Its list. Tho case
was continued until this morulas,
Died of Ills lujurlea.
11. C Dyer, aged 55 years, died jesterday
at his home, No. 1112 North Second street,
fiom the effects of Injuiles received about
a yea i ago by falling fiom u cable cat.
The remains will be Interred In Woddlawn
t'onnls Treasurer Schnleile rolleqleit 1175,
S 111 taxes during the iiuiMer Piitllng Jan
unr 2"! Slnte Hint time he lias lollccted
The Uoinnn'R tlenesolpnt Asauclnllon
will meet at 2 .!n o'elock this afternotin at
Hm residence of Mr. W II ltyn, No. Mi
Iliome Dnnlets, a ll n-ma n nt the Uiirette
ollltp recelseil a spvet burn on his hands
inter Kit lie wns trying to .'lean out u
hlmties Hue with (tiwollne. when the
Haines burst out ami burned him srty bad
Is on the hands.
Mr George Ilium and Mrs. limma Knnck-
1 slrtlt were mnrrleil list nlaht at the home
of Hip brltlp, ut No 731 Viihlnnton nsenue
Tile .selling couple me both well ami tas-
I oriihl known, and will make this city their
The t asp of W S. Hot Ian nttnlm-t Snrnh
Kroh was on trial .spstenly In tlm court of
common plea The rult Is mi oltl one and
lias been on trial sesernl times, It Is for
the eancpllatlon of n mortgage for $.W,l"'.
Minnie Siilllsan, litres! .1 .sears, diet) of
croup sestprthij The rennlns sslll be In
terred In St John's cemetery.
Mls IMnn Glfford. of l'lflh street, his
gone to Wellington, Ka on a slslt to rela
tives. .Mr W. A, Martin, of Great Itend, Is In
the tlty slslting her dniighter, -Mrs. A. 1
Granger, on Parallel sispiiuc.
J 1". Ilnrker lias returned from a slslt
with friends nt lllmont, Kns.
Michael Noonnn went to St. Louis yester
day on n business trip.
Judge Miller will return from Topeka
this morning, sshere he attended the su
preme court yesterday.
.Miss llerlha Wells Is the guest of friends
nt Pnola. She sscnt there sestPrday morn
ing, nnd will remain for u. sseek.
Wllllnrd Merlim is eonllned to his homo
In Kensington place ssllh n severe cold.
George Jenkins, clerk of the court of
common pleas, is In Topeka on legal busi
ness. W, G. nirel returned jestprdny from To
peka, sshere he has bpen during the past
Coroner Stevens left yesterday for To
peka, where he will remain until Satur
day. Prank Tracy, of the Armnuid.ilp Press,
will leave to-night for I'mpnrln, svherc he
sslll Join the State IMItorlal Association,
sihlch leasvs the follosvlng day for Ncsv
Mrs, Ailam Allison Dies In Her Hut from
i:xposuro ami "Want of Proper
The severe cold weather of the past two
days lias caused great suffering and one
death In this city. The victim of the storm
ss-as .Mrs. Adam Allison, ssho has been a
resident of this city for scser.il years. She
lised In a little hut In the western part of
the city ami has been In poor clioum
st.inces for spver.il months. A short time
ago slip appealed to the county poor com
missioner for nld. Her ss-ants ssere supplied
temporarily. She ss-as 111 sslien she asked
nld ami neser left her bed from that time
until her death occurred scterday morn
ing. She svas recovering sslien the cold
spell set In. fit. Naton and Dr. llussell,
the two physicians ssho attended her. stat
ed jestcrdas that her death ssas mostly
due to exposure ami ss-ant of proper care.
The funeral arrangements has-e not as
yet been made, but It is probable that the
county will has-e to bury the woman's re
mains. This Is tho tlrst death which has oc
curred from the cold weathei. but many
poor families has-e suffered untold mlseis
for the ssnnt of fuel ami food. The demand
made upon the different nld societies has
been so grtat that their supplies ate ex
.Miss IMna Tatman, enipiosed in Bailey's
notion store, Is seriously HI nt her home
on South Sixth street.
Umery Dosle, the young son of Sergeant
Doyle, who has been lilt" 111 for the past
two weeks, is cons-nlesclng.
G. liluei, or Hoi ton, Kns., is In the city,
tho guest of friends.
A it. Ware, of I'urekn Springs, Kas.,
afti a pleasant visit sslth frinnds in this
city, left last night lor his home
W. i:. Vogt returned from Norborne, Mo.,
psierdas, where he ssas called b the ill
ness of n f i lend
i) I! Hunt, of f:dss.irdsvllle, Kas, ssas
In the cltj jesterdu), the guest ot friends.
Tho ball that ssas to lie gisen last night,
under the auspices of the Zodiac Club,
ssas postponed until to-night. It sslll he
gls-en In Mel-an .x, McAnany's hall on
Mls Daisy Houston has returned from a
pleasant slslt sslth friends at Garnett,
John Nomorso, of Sioux Calls, In., was
In the city yesterd is calling on friends,
lie Is en loute to Peiry, O. T, ssheie he
sslll engage in business.
The lire department ssas called out twice
last night. The urst alarm was tuineti in
from No 4.ni Shassnee asenue. ssheie a de
fective Hue hud set (lie to the roof of a
sin ill tlssellhig. The bl.ie was extin
guished sslth slight il.im.iges The "econd
ssas to Park asenue and Porter stieet,
silieie another defective Hue had caused
u. small blaze. The loss will not exceed 111,
llniry Spear ami Thomas Lllley haso re
turned fiom a hunting trip near Cimden,
11 12 liases, of Dexter Ka . Is the guest
of South side friends.
.Mini) llettltutti People Call at I'nllrn Head
ipiartcrs untl Ask for Pood, Cloth
lug mid Pui'l.
Tho police headninrters In the city hall
was sidled by scores of destitute people of
this city yesteiday, svho ssero almost en
tliely without fuel, food or clothing, and
weio suffetlng greatly from the severe told
weather of the last fesv da)s. These
pleadings for aid keep tho entire police
foree busy Investigating thn circumstances
of tlioso usklug for help and suppljlng their
Chief ot Police II. W. Itlchanlson stated
yeitei-tlay tli.it while he believed tlm ef
lorts of Urn people of this city to help thu
needy of Western Kausari ami Nebmska
wns eettalnly n svorthy undertaking, thu
attention of tlinrllulilo citizens should nut
bo tinned from the needy of their own
The police foice Is unable to take caro
of all ssho apply for assistance, nnd, as
theie Is no organization for this pttipose,
tlm affair Is In a very poor condition.
One man applied at the city hall ester
day for n plaen to stay, who had both feet
fiozen, All available loom In tho tlty hall
Is now occupied by tramps.
Hied 111 I'l It'll, N. 1,
C. P. Pollett received notice Yesterday
of the death of his brother, W. II, Pollett,
at 1,'tlca, N. Y on last Tuesday. The de
ceased was forseseial years a well known
citizen of (Ills city, Por eseral ye-irs he
hud been a trasellng agent for the Sheldon
tl.- Davis Mortgage Company, of Hur
llngame, Kas. The body sslll be shipped to
llurllnganie for burial.
Will Hciclie Donations.
Donations of giocerlos and clothing will
be recelseil ut the following named plates
up to next .Monday evening: Postnillee,
Serene's grocery store, on Hubs menue,
ami at the Hlacker house, on Spear ase.
line Tho donations received sslll be stilt
to Western Kansas to aid Hie needy,
A dime social sslll bo gisvn next Tuesday
evening at the homo of Councilman C, If,
Scott and wile, In Pa) ne's addition, by the
Walter 1 Piesburg.has returned from a
brief slslt to friends ami relatives nt
Cedar Junction, Kas,
Mrs. John Ilannau Is quite 111,
The social and entertainment that has
been announced for this evening at the
Congiesatlonal church,, has been postponed
The legislation for (lie spring election
now nuinbeis iij.
President Iloher, of the J-'lrt National
bank or Paofo, Kus , It the guest ot V, T,
lllucker and umlly.
I! Decker and wife have returned from a
Visit at lliiilliib'ton, la,
A theatei pait). composed of twenty,
four young peopli of this illy, attended the
play ut the Gland opeia house In Kansas
t'l) .Mo., last evening.
,lur) Could Nut Agree.
St. Luuls, Mo., fell. 7 -In the I'ulted
States tuuit to-da) In the cases of thu
Wabash and Luckuvvanna oHlclaU Indicted
for violation of the Interstate commerce
law in ullowius- rebates, the Jury ssas tin.
able to agree and ssas discharged The
Jury Hood eight (or luuiictlon um fotu
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NEWS FROM LEAYENWORTH,
Itlll.llM' COMMITTI'.r. ACTIll-.LVAItltM!
Tin: coi.D and iiu.Miitv,
Meeting nf the City Counrtl VicilnPAilii)
Night Water rnnJe llipludes u It ti
(Ircilt I loleuee In the lliiuse
of Mr llurr.
At tin) break )cstciday morning tho ther
mometer marked 12 dcg. below zero. Tho
incrcui) gradually rose until I p in., when
It again began to fall, and nt S o'clock Inst
night It registered 7 deg. beloss-, The nlr
ssas still nnd the night clear
The relief committee and Commissioner
Itodenhnus were being pressed for rood,
fuel and clothing by tho clt)'s pool, the
demand exceeding the suppl). The council
soted the relief committee l.C". bushels of
coal, to be distributed among the poor.
At the regular meeting of the city coun
ell Wedm "day night Paul t:. Grape pre
sented a claim for SI.UOO for damages to
his ssootl surd some months ngo at Cher
okee and Horadway from back-watei. The
claim was referred.
The bond uf the Leaseussorth Light and
Heating Company ssas approved for a Use
)tar contrail to light the clt).
City Attorney Il.iusm.in and Cleric Pen
presented their bonds, which sstre np
prosei! Labor upon the streets for .Innunry
was SI, Us, while the entile expense of the
tits for January amounted toS6.arti.il.
Welghinan Tu) lot turned in J11J SO for
Slater tank Kxploiicn,
The watei tank used in connection ssith
the l.inge al the home of Henry S Hurr
froze up Wednesday night. When lire ssas
kindled in the ntnge jesterdu) morning
an explosion oecuiretl, svhlch ss reeked the
rnngo anil ihe ssater tank. The toncusslon
knocked the plastering from thu celling
and dlil much oilier damnge to the kitchen
anil Its contents No one ssas ill tho
kitchen at the time
The bag factor) of W. A. Itose .X- Sun
ssas damaged b lire Wednesday nlnht to
the amount ut 5i.3'J. The lire originated
In the bollei house and ss-as ssell unilei
svay si hen discovered. Although the tiser
cin y sins below iero tho llromen rendered
excellent seislees ,i-
The station at Pope burned down lust
Judge AIIpt In Hip police court yesterday
dlspatchi d some business nntsstthstundlng
Ihe cold. James Jackson received Hseda)s
111 Jail for s.igianc)
A Hon, of the Solldeis home his been
.us aiiled a pension
Itobeit McDossell a member of Hie
tlepaitment No. 2, Is our on crutches He
bud his ankle spialntd it the Wldosv
Clark's lire some time ago.
C. I!. Maxwell, of Topeka, Is ut the Na
tional Colon I J L. Aberrathv has about re-ensa-icd
fiom his ret em attack of rheuma
tism lie will be out in a da) or two.
Miss Madge McKee has gone to Chicago,
sshere she sslll spent! the remainder of the
.Ml. Albeit I'. Wiiefekuhler ssas muirird
Wednestla) lust to Miss Fannie linehr at
Lexington, Mo. The soung couple will
spend tsso months doing the Hast ami will
be at home In April next.
The Janllois of the various schools were
unable to retain the required tenipeiature
In some of the rooms, sshleh sseio dis
missed foi the eta).
Chnrles J. Sehmelrer. nf Kansas City,
began suit sestPrday igilnst Carl Hoff
man Pt nl for the division of certain lots
In this clt)
The remains of Corporal Arnold ss-ere
yesterda) shipped to Cold Springs. N Y ,
for burial They ssere a i ompanled by the
mothei and brother of th deceased.
PICIPIO It III.KOAOS.
l'rntpett of Legislation Discussed hy the
Hiiusu Commit tc p.
Washington, Teh 7 The house commit
tee on Pacllle railroads to-day discussed
the prospects of legislation. Chntunan
Itellly was tlliected to confer svlth the at
torney general nml the secretaiy of the In
terior ns to whether an) U'glslitlon is nec
essary to protect the Intere3t of the I'nlted
States under the existing statues When
the committee adjoin ne-ti, a motion b Itep
lesonmtlvo Kle, of .Mississippi, tu repo-t
the Itellly hill back to the house was pep I
Ing. Chairman Itt-llly read a latter from
Hoissevaln, a Holland banker, it-present-Ing
the Dutch hold-rs of I'nlnti Pacllle se
curities, ssho appeared beforo the committee
Inst summer. It contained an offer lo pay
to the government the principal ot all gov
ernment Riiuianteeil bonds of the Union
Pacllle as they fall duo nnd to furnish good
guarantees for can-) Ing out the plan If the
government sslll agree to It.
There are about 3I oeo.'iflO guaranteed
bonds of the Piilon Pacllle.
A Terrible llsltmit.
Tain is nlniDH a terrible visitant, and
often domiciles Itself with one for life. This
iulllctlon is preventlble. In cases of rheu
matism by a timely resort to Hostetter'j
Stomach Hitters, which checks encroach
ments ot this obstinate nnd dangerous mal
ady at tho outset. The term "dangerous"
is used ndvlsedly, foi ilieumatlsm Is al
vs it) b liable to attack the vital organs and
terminate life. No testimony Is more con
elusive and louruiieut than that of physl
tlans who testify to thu excellent effees of
the Hltteis In this disease. Persons Incur
u wetting In rainy or snowy weather, untl
who me exposed to draughts should use
tho Hltteis as a pioventlvt) of HI effects,
Mulailn, d)8pep3la,llivr and kidney trouble,
nervousness ami debility are also nuiong
tlm ailments to which this popular inetll
clue Is adapted, l'or the lullrmltles, sore,
uess nnd stiffness of the aged It Is highly
Miiiid.tmuii Against I.uclireii.
Washington. I'eb. 7 A mandamus has
been issued against the commissioner of
pensions to enfoice the restoiutlou of a
pension of S72 a mouth tn Judge Long, of
SUchlgan. Thu suit ugalnst tho secietary
of the Intel lor has been dismissed.
When jrnu aullur Irom .lot, litMilitche, dizzi
ness, constipation, etc. remember Carter's Lit
tie Liver Pills will relieve you. One pill li a
ChaiUs Knox, of Independence, and Ja
cob Smith, uf Topeka, urilvcd )usteiduy.
Representative dulls has iepoiu.il fa
vuiubl) the bill lo piuhlblt the sale of
liquors to Indian nhu bAVo tuktu llicii
W, D. UuUell, W I.ltlla and M. Huillng
luu, of Viultu, milled )esleiduy to look
after pending leiilslailou. Tliey -tie In favor
of a tuuit at Ylulu. lull me pot so sum
that they wuut the Moiguu bill to puss.
The llrst Confctleiate to be appointed a
lieutenant of the watch Is Captain Lahu
It. Hxlliie, of North Carolina, whose ap
pointment has Just been mude. Captulu
Hxllne lost an aim timing tho war, mid
t a.. n .. . IJ 1 1 I. .. ...,rxl II tf., I Is I . . .i.
ocvuriui j oiiiiiii ai'i'vinn-n sitiu u nyi
jiMii ut the beginning o( tho ndmlnls1
CHINA'S WORST BLOW
nut iiiom'I.ah ri.i m itts At.stosr
C'i:.si,H TO I.Msi,
JAPAN HAS IT IN HER GRASP,
nil: niKN M'c.n and tino vi
r)L'MH:iti:i and sunk.
Tlie Other Vpsm Is nf Hip I leet Are tumbled
nml In ttnpiin's Power A limit
llttur' for Hie ilukres o(
London. Pel), 7. . cablegram from WVI
Hal Wei, dited IVhiuaiy 5, in) s that the
Chlne'e Heel has plilulli ally cphpi1 to ex
Isl The Irontlitil (Mien Yuen and her sister
ship, the Ting Yuen, linvo bieii sunk, mid
Ihe other vesen uf the Chinese lit ut are
within the grasp of tlio Jnpaiienp.
At da) break on Sunday the Japineso
llet't opened lire on the Lul lcuiur forts,
sshleh replied slgoruiisly The liombard
incut became terrlllc, Thu llrst Japan
ese division, Including thu llagslilp, directed
Its foice against the eastern Island bitter
It's, svhtle the second shelled Port Zhlh,
The Chlne.se licet soon came to the assist
ance of tlm forts The Ting Yuen used her
guns with effect, but succeeded In diverting
some uf thu Japanese lire from the forts
to herself. The Lul Yuen, it smaller ehlp,
also fcught ell. There ssere many cas
ualties'. Tvo Chinese gunboats also assist
ed, nut were not badly damaged, Then)
four vessels fought desperately until dark,
when the llrlng cci'tcl on both sides.
The Chinese forts, especially Port hlh,
suffered Immense, damage. The slackening
Chinese lire towards evening Indicated that
the guns were disabled, that the runners
ssere killed or Hint luiiinlinltitin was be
coming; scarce, The sea ssas lough Sun
day, but fearing that the Chinese ssould
endeavor to escape, the Jumneco lliet did
not seek shelter, remaining to block the
exits from the harbor
During the night the Japanese learned
from a prisoner, who had been cuptured
ashore, that Aelmlral Ting, the Chinese
naval commander, had oreleicd the cup
tains uf the vai ions ships to remain Inside
the harbor, even if the Islands should be
captuied, and endeavor to destroy the
Japanese iltet. livery olllcer ss-as ordered
to rem ilu nt his post until the last, under
palu of dishonor or death.
The bombaidment svas rtsumed to-day,
Sunday's operations being repeated. The
lire from Pou Zhlh continued weakly.
The Clilneso men-ofsur weie so re
peated! and badly hit that their guns ssero
handled ssith dllllculty nml with less spirit.
Towards the close of the Unlit tho Ting
Yuen and Chen Yuen were disabled. They
gradual!) settled tlossn uid foundered,
amid shouts of tiliimph fiom the Japanese,
both on laud ami sta The other Chinese
vessels ssere In dlstres-i The dlpalch tou
cludcs witli the statement that the Japanese
are ptep.ii Ing to carr) Lul Kting by Mono.
The Chen Yuen and Ting Yuen svere built
at tlie Vulcan wtnks, Stettin, German)
Ihe fonuer was tauueheil in Dccembu,
1SV, and the lat'ei 111 Detenibtr. lbsl.
Chief i'.nglneei King, ot the I'tilted States
lias-), leceutly described the vessels as fol
lows "The) me annored ships 0f the barbette
type, with citadel amidships: rising aboso
It are two otheis placetl en echelon, In
e ich of sshleh me mounted two 12-Inch,
lift) ton Ktiipp guns, while on the boss
and stein one of Kiupp'.s long 'i-luch guns
Is mounted "
Not I re dlttd In Washington.
Washington. I'eb 7 No nesss whatever
has been leceived bv the 3t;ite or navy elt
paiimeut contcrnlng either tho itported
ciptiiiu or subseipifnt leleasu ot a huutlig
party from the United States waishlu.
Contord, bv enraged Chinese, near Chin
Kl ing. Olllclals am therefore Inclintsl tn
think that the whulu affair hux iipp-mnl
In America in a mole serious light than at
the place of its otcurrente (assuming that
tlie public leporls base been accurate)
The) think that If any Chinese were shot
It is nulle llkels- that tlie Chines.', follow
ing their usual custom, merely cieated
moie or less disturbance over it In older
to get pecunlni) rep nation for the Injury
done, and tint this ssus capable of adjust
luenr on euss teinis.
sunk b) Torpedoes.
Shiiigh.il. Peb. 7. It Is reported here that
tlie Chen Yuen and Ting Yuen ssere sunk
lis- torpedoes that veie discharged at them
during a night attack. The Island of Leu
Kung is nosv practically In tho hands of
I'hllo Norton McGlffen. of Washington,
Pa., it member of Admiral Ting's stall, ssus
ihu commander of thu Chen Yuen. Ilu ssua
wounded at the battle of ilia Vain ilser,
but subsequently iceos'ered nnd ngiiln toa'.c
command of his ship He lias a brother,
Pioft-sstu' Nathaniel McGlfleii, of thu Poly
technic Institute of riiookl)u, to whom he
has written several letters that huso been
published, giving graphic details of the op
i tallons of the Chlm-so tieot.
lie Is a grudii ito of Annupolls, and en
tered the Chinese navul sers fco In lsW.
litdtosril to lit a Pake.
Loudon, I'eb 7. The report that some of
Ihe- olllcers o the United Slates warship.
Concord, had bten captured by Chinese
while hunting near Chin Klang wus receiv
ed here by a Loudon nesss agency from Us
agent ut Shunghiil. Nothing ot tho re
ported capture came from any other source.
The same ngeiu y to-diy prints a dispatch
saving that tlie captured oillceis huvu been
lelense-d Tlie fact that nothing at all coil
et'inlng tho cuptuio or iclease has come
through any other ugeues- lends to tho
belief that iho story ot thu tapturo svas
Cnnrnrd'H Mep Itcletised.
Ness York, Peb, 7. Dispatches recelseil
In tills city Indlcato that the men from
the Amertenn ssarshlp, Concord, svho svere
seized by natives near Chili Klaus, have
DECIMATING THE COOK GANG.
,11 in l'reni'li ami Verdigris Kid Shot Willi
Atta inptliig ta Itoli a Store.
St. Louis, I'eb. 7. A special to tho
Post-Dlspaloh fiom Tulsu, I 'P., bays'
Jim riench and the "VcrdtgrlH Kid,"
the two lemalnliiB meMbers of tho orig
inal Hill funk Rung, matin un ntlfiupt
last night tn Kill a Htnre nt Cutons.i ami
vseio both shot nml killed.
They rode Into Catoosa nml dismounted
befoio tho Htiiro of W. 13, P.-ittort.
A Tp.xii3 cowboy In tho more opened
llro nn them, Instantly killing tho "Kid"
with his second shot. Ho tired n. third
shot nt Jim French, but missed. HiivIub
no more cartridges, ho secreted his re
soHer. Trench ontiTod the store nml nccusetl
tho cowboj of killing his partner, but
tho coivboy piotested that ho had no re
solver, sslie'ie-upou riench turned untl
shut Miill.igiU lllllie nf the stolu through
Irvlim drew- a levolver and returned
thu Hie, HhtiotliiK French through the
hotly mid light e)e.
Fiench luanagcd lo reach his horse
anil mounting inde to a hoin-e n sriort
dlstiviice avsii) nml onlerecl the occu
pant to put up his horse,
Tho mini ut onco Informed the tosvn
of Fiench's vvjieicabouts nml n crussel
nssemblc'l I" captute thn dying bandit.
Hearing them appioach he looked out of
tho window nnd leceived n load of buck
bhnt In tho fact, almost teailng his
Irvine's death Is expected houtly, as
the Winchester ball ploughed through
Ills body (lom side to side, Just below the
The death of these two outlaws cn
tliely wipes out the Poult gnnir sslth the
exception of Hill Dunlin. Theiu had been
standing tesvards for tho capiuie or
death of both of these int-ii.
Flench svas hull' blood Cherokee,
his mother being u white woman lie
showed few truces ot his Indian blood,
HiuduiHed with liouuis ut tha aumimuy
at Tahletimih uiul leained the kadkl'-i
(Hide. Keveiu! Jims ago, in an nlu-ua-tion.
he killed a negro at Fort UUimiii
1'i.im that lime mi he utole horses nnd
soltl whisky until after the bis pa) -ment,
when he Joined Bill Cook, now at
Fott Smith asvaltliiB trial. Jle was Init
plicated in tlie Red Fork, Seminole,
Chouteau, Carrellta and Pryor Cieek
train robberle and also In the holdups
at Lenap.ih, N'ovvata, Watova, Fort Gib
ion tbre tliass, and Ci-jccotuh.
Prices hiivr droppctl with the tiicrmomctcr. No mattur
how much the loss nor whose wh.'it you want to linow is for
how little you can buy it Winter Wrap provided, of course,
you need one. If you don't want one then don't read what
follows but if you do then you'll see the littlest prices quoted
that have ever been made on such goods.
$25 for SIO.
All of our S'.-ri YVIlitnr (.'ents ntnl .tnclo
ots sslll, to-iliiT, bo itinrltpit s.
lloHUtO '.. 3IU
SI8 for S7.98.
All of our SM Winter lo.itt will,
tu-day, ho iii.ii'liL'it tlnu n (
to 9 Uo
All nt our S2T nml Sail Winter Ctmls
will, to-iluy, be marked clow n , n
Our S.T.'t S15 nml SaS Wnittir (.oats
will, to-tluy, bo tmirl.cd (low ti .
Every oho of tlm above is new
iiiiiilc Tor tin's se.ison's' trade from
the most pojnilar fabiics.
Yel our do Noir.
To-dry we will mat It our hand
some Vclour do Noir Coats down
to V of their actual former retail
SS5 Coats ilosvn
S7S Cont. down
00 Coats clossn
Sill Cunts ilosvn
There arc fivo handsome Im
ported Novelty Wraps that are
now exactly half price.
For the Bed.
SJiihltoJIlniilcuts.TS.'tSI In. fg
you can buy hctu for... sPaC.vJtJ
inches, price nosv vOvSsOvl
S(! svhito JllanUets. TL'.xSI
inches, price in thlssuto 9Hr.s70
We cnu boll you svhito ''':i' (iinr
l-etbiis low tib 05c, upto, pair 9 3
Si Krcy ISlnnUots, cctra m.o and
(iinlity, for, pair stv5
$i .'.; Comfortb, only IS In this lot. .S;i-
teeii top ssith I'on'roo lining-,
sshitu cotton lillctl, for, , . -
ST.TiO liuleidosvii Comforts, f
for, each sftO.UU
Comforts from f0c up.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
Tin: oi.ii vi:.s inn: is ii:i:rr,i;i.i
Willi IttsIM.ss, IT I Hi: VAIills.
pnnie of the I'nllrn ills i:i'fu-eit to Ilea els
Milpuit'iits if Htirsi s unit "Stoles to
the saiuth 1,'i'tt Ipls SScle Light
.1 lilt 'lraltis Arriei'd t.ate.
Thu cold ssase inn a dampener on tlie
Use stock Hade )t'Stenln). ll tame svlth
espetlul foice on the hoise ami mule trade,
as a number of liusers an heie from tlm
South after stock, ami Hi Hie rate of tlie
i-oveic weather some ot tlm lallio.ids i, -fused
lo receive shipments, ami even wheie
the loads weiu willing to take shipments
buyeis ssere unwilling to t ham e thttii
Tlie market hiittoicd In ttinstiiu nee.
The weatliei also cut down the suppl) of
other slock scr) low. The trains all nulled
Into am! some ol them eight to nine houis
As some bogs came in fio.en uiul
othei sun k sulftied lis the weather, most
ot the loads sveie sending out niessat s to
tin tounti) lustiucting tlicli agents to le
eeiS'e no stut k foi sliliunenis until the
weatlur modeintt's. No stock tiains came
In fiom the South or Southwest.
The meeting tor the nomination of olll
cers of the List Sluik Ilxchangu was pot
held us exptctetl, but postponed until to
dav. The picsldeiuv Is ext lllng much in
terest. President Mt Coy doesn't ssnnt It
again. A cautus ssiih Jield. width tho le
lioiters vvero u-iiuested to keep away Horn,
upon the aiiuounteiiiiut that it was stilct
ly pitvnte, While! they weio not allowed
In the meeting enough leaked out to show
that all was not liaunony and the meeting
to-da) pioinlses to be a lively one. Al D
Strugis was inutli talked of as a candidate
but it is said he sslll not inn lie s.as of
fered the nomination once befoie. but de
clined 'K Is u. good man, but has poor
health, (.ml the oillce is al times a Hying
oni'. Fiauk l oopvr. It Is said, would llku
to btt president again, hut he has idled
the ollleo twlcq nnd there is a strong sen
tlinent against thlril-lcrmlsin at the )iirds,
as ssell as ulsosshere. John N. Payne Is
now sice pitsldent and should ho succeed
to the oillce would make a good pie siding
eilllcei These gentlemen nil ban folloss
eis, so the meeting to-day promises to be
a Us els one.
J. w. ltobb Is up from Houston, Tt x ,
after mules, He says they have had mlr
laiuik there nnd the funnels mo plowlng
lor sprint ttops, The uutlook In tlt.it sec
tion Is fall I) good.
F. ll, Kltrell, Htuston, Tex., Is also here
John lllacksveldei nnd Flank Long, Ashe
sllle, N, C, aw in after hoises nml mules.
J. 11, Clack, of Sheldon, ,n , was beio
esierday with somu good cuttle that sold
ut J 1. 10.
A. V. -Mttg.ir, Cass count), Mo., was at
tlie )urds )eslt ulay with some Texas sheep
tha; sold ut U!,
II C Haniia, Terro Haute, Jnd , Han
biDlng brtsos heie lids week,
.Miller .v. Purkci, Clulmla, la., iveio at
the yards thu week with hoises. This was.
their .lril slili nielli and Hie) weio much
II. 1', Chill, assisiatit mnnager of tlm
stock jajtU, (,ot lavk last evening fiom,
It's the Standard Fashion,
iij washing1 and cleaning, to use Pearline. Cer
tainly the enormous amount of it used ever)' year
11 I ' fn
( continue to use Pearline made
'-Jl s n! b James e IS'ew ork
To-day svo'll mark a J325 l'or-,. rff
slim I. ami) Coat down to. . 9 !U I
A SS50 Persian Lamb Coat .
tlovv u to vt I O U
A S1P0 IVtbtnti I.nmli Coat -,,--doss
ti to 9 1 ! O
To-tluy vso sslll mark our S12S ,
Marten Capes dovv ti to. . . . . . 3l)
Today we sslll mark our SSI.SO r--Martcti
Capos down tu 900
To-day sso sslll mark n JOS asa
Persian Lamb Capo dossil to 3OU
To-day svo will mark a S3." Im- rf
Italion .Marten Cnpodown to Scv
To-tiny wo ss 111 mark a SI'S .(
Jtc.ivcr Capo down to 9 O
And n $75 one to SOO
AS300Mlnk Capo marked rrf
down to 5f00
A S23S Sent Capo marked rfg
(lovsnto 9 !00
A Sliia Heal Cnpo marked MH . ,
Our $2P Seal Jackets g,etzf
marked down to 9,!00
Our $2111 Seal Jackets. gff
marked dossu to 9200
To-day wo'll mark n, S130 Ho- g.ocz
chnrcn Coat down to QOO
And a S1S3 Ilochar.n Coat
S.-..00 Fur JIutVs,
SI SO Fur Muffs,
S1.7S Fur Mull's,
51.00 Fur Muffs,
THAYER & CO.,
Salt Lake, v here he lias been for some
time ro- his 'lealth.
W. H. Mcliride and II. M. Thorp 'laiion,
Kas, had in euttie end hogs sestet dii
W. C Night Cofi'ev a'ouniv, Ks ssas
li.-it )t'hteitlay after slock ealses llu sa)
llitiu ale not over half as maiiv cattle in
lis tount" as last )ear. The iiumbe'r of
l'ti(,s Is about the siiiii. Com Is selling at
P.. I.. Humour, Pi w ling. Kas, was on
the said-, sestenlas s 'til hogs.
Itogeis A. GUIs. Saveinsbuig, Kns. c imo
in M'slerduy with ealtle.
Chailes Grose. Garden City, Mo, hail In
hogs t" tptd.i, .
It I". Whllels and R. A. .Munesslg. Hev
erly station. "Vlo , were In )tstenbi) wiih
hogs nml sheep
A. N. lliooks. Garden (Jits, Kns, ssas
heie sesteiday svltli cattle
II M.ihiikeii & Co, Concordia, Mo. svpro
al the ).uds sesteiday with hogs
c Lowe, Linn county, Kas,, came in jes.
teidus ssith iiogs.
t'liailes I'alor, Hates county, had In hogs
uml sheep )esteiday.
Ch.irl s llldgewiiv, Spring IHU, Kas , svas
line xisieuluy with cattle.
i'oitmi .t Schrat dei. Chase, Kas., svere In
yestenlav with cattle and bugs.
II II. Kurns, Glrard, Kas., was at tho
),nds vesieitlay ssllh liogs
Chailes Ytuk, Junction Cits, Kas, had
111 i.utle .sesienlas.
G S Connois uml I, Miller. Paola, Kas.,
ssere here )istcidus' ssllli tattle and hogs,
tl W. Hex niad Green, of Jasper, Mo,
raint In yesterday with cattle
II II. Hicks, McCiueken, Kas., was In
yesterday ssith hogs
J llniumon, l'nlrplny. Mo , ss-as on ths
)ards )i'steulay sslth cattle and hogs.
The following deaths ssero reported to
tho board of health )esterd.i):
Price, infant: February n; Ilrt Locusti
stillborn; burial lit Union cennts-v.
Hrown. Ctiiules; nged 7; p, binary 8j
Hotel Gleiimoro; apople.xyj burial in rim
Defortl, Infant; February fi; .112 Chrrv;
pifinaliii-o birth, burial In Mount St M.in'1
llowaitl, Infant; Februaiy C; l.lO Ileser
voir, inllaninntlon of tlie brain, burial in
"iluuden. Infant, February 77.S1I Merclerj
premature I'rth; burial in Oak Giove ccme.
Btesvnrt. Carroll & Smtlh, undertakers.
ISlti Wulnut nret Telephona 1915.
The following births were reported ta
the bond of health )C5terduy;
Graeber, L. and M,; girl; t,03 West Six.
Uenth; Jniiuary 30.
Moilailt), John and Sarah; glil; S19 Mis.
sourl avenue, Februiry I.
Hutler, J. 13. and Julia G,: boy; 3312
Iloliiies, February li.
litkenieler, William nnd Pauline; boyf
UOS Hint L'lghteenth; February !. '
Claik, Charles and Mary; girl; !Z2i Cher
ry; February 0.
Wood?, p, L. aiitl Dottle: boy; Flrot and
Troost, Febiuaty U.
In NVe'il of Aid.
Tho Piotistant Homo for Aged Women,
at Twenty-ninth uiul Cheiry streets, la
scr) much In nnd of ro,,l, provisions and
clothing Tho homo has about thltty In
mates, uml Is dependent on charity en-tluly.
proves u. minions ol women use nothing
else. And when you see a fashion so univer
sal, so sensible, and so unchangeable, why
not adopt it?
are many things that try to
. i ri-. i i-. . o ft
iiiiiuuu i-cmiiuc, ooine oi mem
may be more or less successful for
a while but the public is learnim?.
' You can't fool all the people all
tho. time" and the women who
want the best thing to wash with,
one that is absolute!.- s-ift will
t t famt ?-i -i-