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TTTF, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MAUCl I 3, 80,T.
BARGAFER WINS A POINT.
jtiidi: DoiwoN nuMiiiits a itr.cmto.v
I.V AN 1)1.11 CO.STI.NT.
He AIo ItrqnrtM Tlmt flic tntrrentril
l'nrtlrs .Verne Upon u lrlnl .)ml nr,
n Up linn ot lh to
llrur the- Car.
Judge Dobon's decision, handed down
In the cl'ciilt court vesterday, In the Hir-cafcr-ltcgnn
election contest wns first blood
for tho contestant, who, although his suit
has been In the court (dnce tho election, a
car ago, has been deprived of his oillcc by
the Incumbent. Hut the mailer was finally
brought to a point where the tardy rollcy
of the defence could no longer keep from
the court the question whether the peti
tioner I In court on nolld prentice, nud
Judge Dobson promptly decided that he
The matter came up In the form or a mo
tion ot tho defense to strike out the pe
tition. The defend mt' attorney, John
II, I,uea, held that niter the petitioner
liad introduced an amended petition, which
was Btrlcken out, he rouM not be held to
be In court, as the amended petition super
seded the original. The petitioner, how
over, held In his argument that when tho
to-cilleil amended petition wis llled It wns
Hied merely ns a complement to tho orig
inal, and that It being stricken out, he win
In court Jim a before, filling bick upon
hla original petition, or notice of contot.
The fact I, that It Is a dllllcult matter
for the courts or tho lawyers to dellno the
statute governing election contests In
Jackson county, as, like manv of the othtr
laws now on the .Missouri statute books,
It Is a verv peculiar and Imperfect one
In the election contests the Instrument
generally referred to as a "petition" Is a
mere notlco of contest. In the llarcnfcr
Regan contest Mr. Uircater attempted to
treat his notice of contest ns a petition and
to amend It, but the amendment, as al
ready told, was stricken out. This was
done some time ago, and he fell bick upon
his original notice of contest. Ills right
to do this was the point settled jesterday
In the alllrniitlve.
Having settled this point and having es
tablished Uarcafer's standing In court.
Judge Dobon called the attorneys for both
parties up to the bench and Informed them
that he would have to request them to set
tle upon some agreement by which tho
case could bo transferred to another court.
He said he had been placed in a position
where he felt a delicacy In acting In tho
case, and he would, therefore, request the
attornejs to prepare to remove the case
to some other court. He said he, himself,
had by a turn In affairs since the bringing
of the case, been made a party to an elec
tion contest. This contest was pending In
another division of the court, and the ques
tions arising in one would be likely to .ap
pear in the other, nnd he, therefore, felt
that he ought to be relieved of the duty
of passing upon nny more questions. Ho
tola tho attornejs to let him know next
week In what court they would agree to
have tho caso tried, and It should bo re
Circuit Court lUcord.
Division No. 2 Slover, Judge.
Z17SI. Julius Itothschlld et al vs. C. M.
Eallnger; attachment; motion for allow
3211. Charles St!non vs. R. D. Swain,
administrator: motion to contlrm report of
23743. Amanda Ncven vi. Kansas City,
JIo.; damages: demurrer to petition over
ruled and excepted to.
22314. Jessie A.Iladford vs. John A.I3rink
ley et al; restraining order returnable
8201. A. I. Charles vs. C. 13. I'eeples,
defendant, and C. E. r.ahlslng, Interplead
er; motion for new trial and arrest by
plaintiff on lnterplea, overruled and except
219M. Marvin V. Smith vs. Henry M.
Btoncstreet: notice of election contest; mo
tion to set aside order for recount and con
tinuance overruled and excepted to.
Division No. 3 Dean, Special Judge.
22737. Kansas City Collego of Dental Sur
gery vs. R. I. Pearson et al; damages; dis
missed for Xalluro of plaintiff to lllo bond
10S17. Sarah Spooner vs. Kansas City Ca
ble Railway Company: damages; on trial.
Division No. Henry, Judge.
1S302. Myra P. White vs. Meyer Eros.
Drug Company et al; foreclosure; answer
21130. Hanney B. Short vs. Edward T
Phillips; Injuries; motion for costs with
drawn. 2.1300 Nellie Spraker et al vs. William II.
Palson; restraining oraer conunueu.
21210. B. R. Wheeler vs. City Trust Com
pany et al; leavo to amend petition by in
terlineation. 21SG2. Iul9 r. Van TAew vs. Barrett &
Barrett Baverago Company; damages; de
22S31!. John McAneny vs. T. J. Casey et
nl; plaintiff files reply to order to show
21S78. J. r. Hoelzel, appellant, vs. M.
Cottlngham; decree for plaintiff.
Wants l'ny for Ills Cow.
Samuel W. Munson filed milt in the cir
cuit court yesterday morning for S200 dam
ages against tho Missouri Pacific Railway
Company for the loss of a cow burned In
a barn Ignited by a spark from ono of tho
defendant company's locomotives. The
cow was In tho barn of A. B. Matthews,
near Bluo station, In Illuo township. The
barn was burned In September, lS'U, and
l'armer Matthews, or the Insurance com
pany, sued the railroad company and re
covered for tho loss of his barn on tho
ground of negllgenco of employes In caus
ing eparks to lly on tho roof of the build
ing. Parmer Munson now seeks to recover for
hla cow on tho Bruno grounds.
Now Salts Filed.
22322. Samuel W. Munson vs. Missouri
r.aclllo Itallwav Company; damages,
23323. Klttlo Walker vs. Robert D. Walk
23321. John I. Strickland vs. Mary J.
23525. Wllford N. Hay vs. Stella D. Hay;
23520. Henry S. Hdmunds vs. Kansas
City; appeal from Walls, Justice of tho
23327. Maud Rlnehart vs. Arthur Rlne
2332S. Florence 13. WJshart vs. Paul 12.
Ilnmngo hulto Dismissed.
Tho $25,000 damago suit of the Kansas
City Collego of Dental Surgery against Dr.
K. I. Pearson and other publishers of tho
dental paper published In this city, vvns dis
missed in Judge Dobson's court yesterday
for failure of tho plaintiffs to give bond for
costs In case they were beaten In tho at
tempt to estnbllsh their alleged grounds for
damages. Thoy claimed that they were
libeled and damaged in tho amount named
In their petition by being referred to as a
Moran Out on llond.
Thomas Moran, who In company with
Thomas Carroll, held up and robbed a
Walnut street storekeeper recently, nnd
who was Indicted for tho crime by the
grand Jury, yesterday furnished tho bond
of 11,000 which was fixed In his case by
Judge Wofford. His sureties were Ills
mother. Mrs. Bridget Moran, and Mrs. Jo
Judge Philips will hold court here on tha
11th day of Marclu Court opens at St.
The Kansas City court of appeals ad
journed last month until josterday, when
It convened and adjourned again until to
morrow morning, when opinions will be
handed down. ,
Tha county court yesterday went out to
Inspect the contract work going on upon
tho county roods. County Survejor O'l-'la-herty
accornpanletd tho Judges on their
tour of Inspection
Sheriff O'Neill yesterday afternoon took
Mrs. Ella A. Mo&ean, an aged woman, of
1UX3 Sidney avenue, to the Insane asylum
at St. Joseph. Mrs, McLean's mind had
become unbalanced, It was stated by her
phjslclans, and she was sent to the asylum
as a private patient.
Hon, W. D. Steele, of Sedalla, one of tha
best known attorneys in that part ot tha
state, has been retained to assist In the
prosecution ot the case against Bill Adler,
who Is charged with killing Postoihce in
bpector Jesse McCluro last fall. Tho trial
Is docketed to come up at Independence
Yesterdav was the last day for orders of
olilleatlon for non-resident defendants In
he circuit court for tha March terra, and
tho consequence was a uaacu ot live di
vorces, four of which were by petitioners
who claimed to have been deserted. Tha
fifth fcult was by Maud Rlnehart against
Arthur Rlnehart who, she says, has been
untrue to her, although she married him
less than a year ago. She wants alimony
and the restoration of her maiden name,
New York Styles.,
Mr, . O. Rounds la now In New York
buying a complete stock of millinery for
his new store, No. 1019 Walnut street. Ills
head trimmer and head saleslady will be
from New xorB, ana win return wjin, mm
atwca V stcwa opening: tturva tv.
Rich Red Blood
In tho body of an nelult person llicro nrol "In view of tlio benrflt I hnvo hud from
boot 18 jxiunds of blood. Hood's Hrapnrllln I wish to glvo tho fol-
The blood has ns Its most Important rle-1 towing testimonial, 1 havo several times
mentt, email round corpuscles, red nnd , been badly
white, In proportion of about CM red to 1 Po80not wh Croepng ,vy.
"if uTnutnbcr of rc.l corpuscle, become I A" "" U1 "J10"1 ' mr,llclno "'"' "'
diminished and tho w hllo am tncrcn.nl I to " " W lorn. histoid of tha
the blood I Impure, thin, locking In the jo'ircwotl cm, much of tho poison wm
nutrition neeiry to sustain tho hnlth 't I" tnj-sj.tun to npiir In nn Hchlng
md nerve strength o tho body. l.umor on my body with ovcr-violent ex.
Then That Tired IVolIng, NerT0MSf crllott In .rm wlhor. AtMl linr8thcM
Bcrofiih.CMt Rheum, or others of the long wro more or ras Indication, o poison In
tr.ln of IN according to tho temperament m blood.uptonjMragolastwlnlor.when
and disposition, attack the victim
Tho only permanent remedy Is found In
rctlabln blood meillclno lllo Hood's
Banparllli, which acts upon tho red cor
puscles, enriching them nnd Increasing
their number. It thus restores the vital
fluid to healthy condition, expels all Im
purity, cures Nervousness, ThutTlred reel
ing, f crofula and nil other diseases arising
from or promoted by low state ot the blood.
That llico statements nro truo wo provo
not by our own statements, but by what
thotiKnnds of perfectly relinblo people say
about Hood's Snrsnpariun. Rend tho test!-
monlsl In tho nctt column from a uciovcu
clergyman. Then tnko
The Blood Purifier and True Nerve Tonic.
VDUMl I.AIIM.S Ml I.I, TALK.
A Novel reiture iif the Coining Y. V. S C.
r 1'. aiass Mi 1 ting.
The Christian Rndeavor Union of Kan
sas City will hold the last regular bi
monthly rally of the 5 ear, before the new
olllcers are elected, on Thursday ivunlng,
March 7, at the Young Men's Christian
Assocl itlon auditorium. This mass meet
ing will be t.athtr novel In that It will be
under the charge of the joung ladles of the
union exclusively. The women will have
their s ly and no bearded biped will lie per
mitted to speak, the joung men nro simply
to look on, and smile approving v, and to
meditate on their future lot, and sigh as
they think of their future opportunities,
fading when such occasions oj this shall
be more common than now.
The ladles In charge of tho meeting are
tho following: Miss l'lorenco niledge, Miss
llvtljn Bun ell. Miss K ito Patterson, Miss
Rlla II. Gles nnd Mrs. C. H. Brown, hpe
clal attention has bom given to tho prep
aration of an Interesting programme. Miss
Klledge, second vice president of tho local
union, will preside. The music of tho even
ing will be furnished by a chorus choir of
ladles, over which Miss Allle Brown, of the
Pirst Baptist church, will swing the
baton, us musical director. Mrs. s A
Voorhees will sing a holo. Miss Stella P.
Jenkins has an address on "Tile Power of
the Knde.avorers," Miss Mclllroy, of the
Young Women's Christian Association, an
address on "City Bvangelt7atlon," to lie fol
lowed b) an open parliament on tho same
subject, led by Mrs. Shaw ban and Miss
At the close of the evening a consecra
tion servlcu will be conducted by Mrs. It
1. Lai field. Tho occasion will be further
graced by the assistance of joung lady
ushers at the dooi. The large local union
banner will be awarded to tho society hav
ing the best proportional attendance at
this meeting. During the year the banner
societies have been the Second United
Presbyterian, Ltnwood I'reslij ti llan, Hill
Memorial Central Methodist nnd First Bn
gllsh Lutheran societies.
VAT.UAUI.l.S IN A C.VU'II HAS IV.
Silver Water l'ltclur and Goblet, tho Prop
erty of the CoiUs House, JE lovrreil.
It was discovered yesterday by Charles
Davis and Peter McMullln, of the street
commissioner's force, that thieves had
made a hiding pi ice for booty of the sewer
catch basin at Kloventh nnd Hlghlind ave
nue. Davis and McMullln found In tho
catch basin j,sterday a sliver pitcher and
goblet that were stolen from the Coates
House on the night of October 1, the samo
night that 11 store was burgl ir
lzed at Twelfth and Broadway and other
burglaries were commlttid un that night
two masslvo silver pllchTS nnd two gob
lets were stolen from tho Coates Houc
When Mr. Liu Coates was notified of tho
find, jeslerdny, he wheeled out to the spot
on his blcjele He was dated over tho
recovery of the pitcher more on account
of tho many je.ais It had been In the pos
session of the Coates family than for Its
The discovery was accidentally mule,
tho catch basin being half tilled with
water. To-dav a. thorough search of tho
catch basin will be made for other stolen
AtOIDI.SU KItlJI. (Jllll'S COURT.
Misdemeanor '.lcs Will t lie Prosecuted
'I In ro b) tho htnti.
It was very positively stated at the pros
ecuting attorneys ollico jestcrday that tho
policy ot tho ollico would bo not to prose
cute misdemeanor cases buforo Justlca
Krueger as long as he st.ind3 charged with
a felony The prosecuting attorney can
not prevent tho preliminary nrialgnmcnt
and committal of persons charged with
felonies by Justice Krueger. But In nil
cases where the prosecuting attorney is
nblo to avoid tnklng part In Justice
Krueger's court transactions that policy
will bo adopted.
At the prosecuting attorney's ollico yes
terday it was stated that a news Item In
the Journal of .March 1 had very correctly
defined the attltudo of the prosecuting at
torney on the matter In question. It was
further said that the prosecuting attorney
nnd his policy had been misrepresented In
Arretted for .SUullug.
search for property stolen from tho
ias City Tent and Aw nlng Company 1
of No. 103 West BIghth street was made
last night on a tearch warrant, at tho
rooms of Hd Davis, an tmploio of the tent
and awning company, who lives above a
drug stora at thu southwest corner of Fif
teenth and Brookljn avenue. A small
quantity of tho alleged stolen goods was
found In Davis' possession, Davis was ur-
The Kansas City Tent and Awning Com
pany made the discovery lntely that It had
been robbed sjstematlcally for several
months. Davis was suspected and a war
rant was sworn out for his arrest ns was
also a search warrant by W. Under. The
arrest of Davis and tho search of his
house were made by Deputy Constable
L Wilson, of Justlca Case's court, nt
which place tho wurrauts were sworn out.
At tha time tho seaieh was made It was
believed that about $100 worth of awning
goods was concealed In Davis" rooms, but
such was not tho case, only a email quan
tity being found,
haltutlou Army Jotii.
Mrs. Balllngton Booth, wife ot Com
mander Booth, of the Salvation Army,
has promised Major Sully that she will nay
a visit to komo points In his division dm
lng the tlrst week of April. Two days at
least will bo spent In Kansas Clt and
meetings will be convened at the Audi
torium. Mrs. Booth Is one of tho mpst
popular women speakers of this country
ami lias completely fascinated the elite
of New York nnd other Bastern cities with
her pathetic eloquence.
Major and Mrs. Sully have returned from
a tour of thu Army posts In Kansas and
Oklahoma and report, tha Army In excel
lent condition tluoughout the Southwest.
n.a mflinp win pnnduet the meetings at the
Walnut Street Methodist church this after-.
noon anu to-mum. wji """;"' "
other "hallelujah wedding" will take place,
with all the Kansas City forces united.
J.unif on Wutches.
A young man giving tha name of
Charles Whlta was arrested by the pollca
yesterday with six watches In his posses
sion. He was held for investigation. Tho
police are Inclined to believe that tho
watches were stolen from country stores.
White claims he got tho watches by mak
ing trades for them. He said he left St.
Louis about ten da ago and has been
In different Kansas towns since then. In
his pockets were the addresses of , people
at Canton, Kas., and Taylorville, III.
The lectures on Solar Biology at 1511 Cen
tral !- ,11 o'clock d. m. each Sunday.
AdmUJlnTtVnarea and short sketches of
Of ivlltor ,r Hv
Lnrgo Soros Broko Out
on my body. I then purchased n bottle of
Hood's Siiranpnrllla, and nftor using flint
nnd a hntt ot another bottle, tho sores ntul
humor disappeared. I attended the Christ
Un Ihnlcavor Convention In Monlrrnl and
also visited tho World's J'nlr In tho hottest
weather of tho summer. Wa, on tho go nil
tho time, but
Had No Rocurronco
of tho burning and Itching Ben,nllon
which had marred every previous sum-
mcr's outing. I hnvo reason, therefore,
t0 i,0 enthusiastic In my praises of Hood's
Sarssparllla." S wtunr, S. Sciixki.l, pns
FORCED TO SUSPEND.
1 lie .liiruird VVatcli mill .lout try t'oniptinj
I urns Its si nt It (hiT lo 11 1 ritsti e
ilii. I liMlltli.
Tho Jnccaul Watch nnd Jewelry Com
pany, of this citv, on csterllny made a
deed of trust on Its stock of goods nt
1031 Mnln street to secure the pav nient
of certain of their debts, first to tho
Metropolitan National bank, then to
city newspapers, Bernard Corrlg.m nnd
Rerer.il foreign creditors Ml It. W.
Hocker, lato ptesldent of tho Metropoli
tan National bank. Is nintle the trusteo
and possession vvus Miiieudertd to him
last night, llu will nt once take 1111 In
voiitoty ami nppinlse the piupcrty nnd
continue to sell nt retail until June 1
nei, after which he Is to sell the stock
then lemninlng on hand lu bulk, unless
the debts me sooner pild
This company sustained a loss of
about $33,000 In the lltu of Jnnunty, lS'U,
and from this loss It never fully recov
ered. Its olllcets might have pulled
nlong for another jenr, but they knew
the company wns cilppled and thought
It but Just to their ciedltois nnd to
themselves to take this step. The house
has alu.ijH stood so high In business
circles, Its olllcors so high In social cir
cles, and the stock of goods so credltablo
to the city, 'that nil will regret the sus
pension and unite In tho hope that sat
Isfactoiy aunngements cm and will be
made for tho early resumption ot bus
iness. Tho capital stock of tho company,
fully aid up, was $100,000, tho imjor
poitlon of which was held by Eugene
O. 1 nnd Walter M Jnccard nnd Mr.
Robert .1. Gilbert. The stock of goods
lecently invoiced nearly $150,000, but
selling at fotce'd h.ilo It Is not probable
that It will bring enough to pay nil thu
debts In full, though It will pay the pre
feriod creditois, whoso ilobtH uggieg.ato
In loniul numbers $73,000, nnd some part
of tho remainder of about $30,000.
The debts nro to be paid 1 tho trus
teo In the following order:
"First class Ho shall first pay the
said notes owing to said Metiopolltan
National bank, of Kansas City, nnd the
Interest then on, and tho said account
for lent owing h.atd Bernard Corrlgan.
"Second class JTo shall next piy tho
said notes owing to Slid Rogers, Smith
& Co Missouri A Reed nnd Gorliam
"Third class Ho shall nevt pay tho
s lid notes ow lng to said D. C. Jnccat d.
"I'ourth class Ho shall next pay tho
said notes owing the said Itlker 15tos.,
and the s ild accounts owing said Wood
stock, Iloefer & Co , tho Kansas City
Star, the Kansas City Journal anil tho
Kansas City Times.
"The said ci editors shall have piefer
enco In tho order next above named and
tho said trustee sh ill equally pay all tho
debts named In any one nnd each of
said classes, but nil tho debts In each
paitlcular clnss shall bo paid In full be
foio anything shall be pild upon tho
debts lu the succeeding ehibscs."
Did Not Jnti nd t Miiluto tin, I, or.
Cornelius Miller, nn old and Ignorant
man fiom m ui Adrian. Bate3 county, was
arraigned In foro Commissioner Peabody
josterday nioiulng on tho charge of using
a canedid postage stamp on a letter. Tho
(xamlnatlon ilevi loped tho fact that tho
old man had depended on another party to
not only wiito, but mall his letter, and
that ho was not wilfully guilts of any
wrung doing Ho wns In Id to nppiar at tho
coming term of court, but was released on
Ids own recognizance until tint tlmo Ho
was without funds, and will hnvo to bo
helped to get back to his home, Ills plena
anil testimony In tho hearing were touch
ing, nnd showed that tho old man was
veiy Ignorant, and tint ho had Intended
to v lolnto no law
ilio Itottnm of tho S
Yields no pearl that can exceed In beauty
teeth whitened and cleansed with that ln-
tompnrniiio uentiirice. 1110 rragrant u
ZDHONT, Nor Is coral rosier than the
gums In wiucn sucn leetn are set. so
say tho ladles, who are tho best Judges
in such mntte'rs.
itrcoito op Tin: past wnr.ic
Bank clearings, $10,150,072.
Receipts of oats tho past week, 51 cars.
Receipts ot wheat tho past week, 27
Receipts of corn tho past week, 1S3
Receipts of hay tho past week, 150
Receipts of cattlo the past week, 21,000
Receipts of hogs tho past week, G5.100
Receipts of sheep the past week, 10,200
Receipts of horses and mules the past
week, 1,037 head.
During tho week thero were reported
to tho board of health forty-nlno deaths
und llfty-ouo births.
Dining the week the superintendent
of buildings Issued forty-four permits,
During tho past week 103 cases were
tried In tho pollcu court and lines wero
collected amounting to $000,
Ono hundred arrests for violations of
city ordinances and twenty-three urrests
011 criminal charges wero made during
tho past week.
During tho week ending last night
marrlago licenses weio Issued to thirty
four couples at the ollico ot the recorder
of deeds In this city,
Tho maximum temperature last week
wns OJ0 deg. on February 24, and the
minimum --M deg. on March 2. The pre
cipitation amounted to 0.21 Inches.
During tho vveek ending last night ar
ticles of Incorporation wero llled In the
court house In this city by seven new
companies which havo organized to do
business lu Kansas City,
Tho real estate ttansfers last week
amounted to $11)1,973, of which $19.SJ3
was In trustees' deeds. Tho transfers
during the month of February amount
ed to $668,557, of which $132,693 vvus in
trustees' deeds. '
During the past week 631 new suits
were filed lu the circuit court in this
city. This U the largest number of
tilings ever made, but 499 of the cases
wero llled by tho county cqllectorj
I When the Clock Strikes Eight on Monday gj
1 The Greatest Sale in Our Shoe History 1
'I'liis iit,tfiiilic(.'ut colli plion of l.v
lilt's' Kino Miois fiom tlio mtv best
inntitifnetiiri'M In America will bo ill
viilod into ,t Lots.
Lot 1 -Choice for $1.09
licffiilnr rct.til price $1, n.oli, $.
Lot a Choice for $2.49
Itugulnr rot.iil prico SI, $l.fiO, $fi.
Lot 1 Choice for $2.99
Huitlnr retail price, So, i".D0, 0.
Of coiuo tlicio is ,i choice ntnong
tlic-e Shoes, ho we ail vi-o a prompt
response. Tlio sale will continue
ilay liy day until tlio wliolo lot is
closed. To kivo 'ja.OO lo ?2.f0 on
ono pair of Shoes.
To anticipate and gather what peo
ple want in UpholMaries is almost n
science, ami no ono gives tlio subject
moio Rtudy than vvc. Tho Moor is
dov otcd entirely to aitistic furnish
ings, ineludinu direct importations of
line and superfine l.ieo curtains.
It's a tiado triumph to havo
and other laco cm tains at our prices,
but you must co them to appreciate
their value. Kquisite designs and
many patterns exclusive to our trade.
22 cases Toilet Sponges worth TTpc
ami 20c To moriovv 10c
lot Uleachcil Chamois Skins, 2.rie
Coal Oil Stoves, woith V."c, for.49o
Enamel Dish Pans, $1.25 for...55o
Japanned Flour Cans, .10 ll3...Y5o
Art in Millinery.
Nothing lo thim that will iui
swoi" for you from i.
II doesn't follow that truo artis
tic Millinery effects are costly.
Homo of tho very nicest results
have been brought about at quite
It is hard to tell exactly how it
is, but so it is, and you know it,
as we Know it, Ihat there is A
SOMETHING here in Millinery
that marks a very decided differ
ence, between the very simplest
forms of our Millinery and what
you will find an, where else.
Miss Kose Doerlo has returned
from New York and is prepared to
receive orders for New Hats and
Bonnets in the latest Mies.
BOGGETT DRY GOODS
More in & Vrluht. of Chlnco. liavo
nvvardtil prls-es for retards undo an their
tlns In is il is ioiious
l'oll PASTKST U.M'ACni) MILi: ridden
on !h trulc on M .v. ttres
PIUZi:-A to-jjound 1,1 iu of virgin frold.
lui'.tiiu! In the form of a limutlful
inMal Tulal oovi, JiS'i 12 VVnti liy
It Iskr, lllKhl.iniUitlP, -Mass., In
2i72r, nl SplInMi'M. .Mass, August
.. l'il mi n 1'MII.V
rou tiiti:Ti:sr miuiaoh mn.jo on
on' tpt ,r M ,1 V tiros dniliiB lS'JI
ild r making liis oun rtr.Ur'
rtJtST 1 llll, Cust valuo JlliO. nr. Mil
ton helm hi l'liiladelplil i, 1S,oJS!
miles on .1 UNION'.
STERLING-Te different modeh) RQAD KI3STO,
A 7"T:n'F?.-Vimodela V,
All the wheels that wo havo nre
Write to us for oatalofruo "II," glviny
city trnriti Mippllnl liy
TUG nciNUW 1JICYCI.G CO.,
Him vv.vt.Mir Miti:i;r.
i.ii' loi.i.ixtui; ham:-..
lf Will turn llin Ollku Our tn ,1. W. Mc-
Curdy .llond i.
nnslness was lively at the oflU'e of Coun
tj Collector IHIlin W. IIjij oj jisterdny and
until a lato hour Hat evcnhiK. It lias been
notliliur unusual foi 1'ollector Ilac3 to
work lili men until lato at nlulit, even
thoiitih ho liai been on a fc.il.iry, but the
worlc jesterday mid last nlt'lit was, In one
sense, unusual, for It was that of closliiK
tho books of tho collector's fecond term
of itllKu and Kcltlng them reiuly for J. W
McC'urdy to take charge ot tho otllce when
It onons to-iuoiravr inornluir Althouuli Jlr
McCiirtly vvlll tuko chari.0 to-moriow It
Is not e'Miielod that llu will ally moio limn
Bet tlio work of tho ollico btarteil befoio
ho villi bo called upon by the courts to turn
It over to V Al lw lloul, who was elected
on tho Hopulillrnn ticket
.Ml lleCunly has been In the collector's
ollico fur a long tlmo .md is familiar with
thu routluo work. Although Mr. Haves
dosed his official career last nlh-ht, ho will
bo bomo weeks nbout the ollico vvltli sev
eral deputies closing up the old books and
Ke-ttlni," ready tor Ills llnul bottlement with
tho county, state and school districts,
Thero uro thlrty-flvo of tho-,0 bis books,
which hnvo to bo footed up and sumnur
tzed. When this Is dona Collector Hans
vvlll submit his llnal re-ports on all the
funds for which he ha.s collected taxis.
Ills settlement will practically be for ono
Sear, as annual settlements made
up to tho betrlnnlnir of the pieseiit
fiscal j ear havo nil been approved When
his llnal reports are in and approved, whl'it
will ho ubout April J, Collector llae will
upply for ami recelva a "quietus" from thu
state auditor, which vvlll act as a release
for himself and bondsmen from all further
responsibility Uuringr his two tonus of
olllce Collector Hayes has collected and
turned over between llvo and six millions,
Arildtut Duo to u Itunivia).
A runaway tcun owned by a farmer
named It. lllwanls collided with a biib'Ky
tn which wero Mr. aii.l Mrs. Henry lllalr,
of No. 1W3 i:ast ThfiJi street, on Mis
soul avenue. iear ocus? V'reet. yesterday
mornlnir. The bueiy vva,ov?rturne(J..ni"1
tho occurants wendraJ" sWaloni,- In It for
several jards bura ihSir) horse was
brout-ht to a stop Avi.S,'" ribras seriously
r 7, -.,.. nlA - .V"
ItllTE. IULI1 I'VUVIU Ul,k L .
knln wounds. J Hlia VVM.1.
tvv. r. It ahvaj ,
GET? DRY GOOD
2,117 Pairs Sample Shoes!
New Dress Fabrics
Describe them for you?
'Twoultl bo as futile as Don Quivote's
windmill experience. Wo aro neither
No soul of lesser light tdiould at
It's the last New Crepons that wo
pattienlarly lofer to, which will be
sold this week at
75c to $2.50 a Yard,
Wo will also show you tho best
line of popular Dress Materials, from
50c to $1.25 a Yard,
ever shown in Kansis City.
liio.idcloths for Cape, In Tan,
lirown, Dark fireon, Hod, Old Hose,
88c, $1.00. $1.50.
98c, $1.25, $1.48.
fi2 lo Till inches wide.
It is only necessary to fco our Su
perb Now Styles in Waists to be cn
l.ipliiicd with them. Great pales
89c, 98c, $1.25.
What is tho use of worrying your,
self almost day and night trying to
mako a hkiit at home anil drape it ac
cording to tho now fashion, w hen you
can buy tho most stylish comploto
$3.98, $5.50 ud to $40
New Silk Crepons
75c, 88c, 98c.
Splenillil sales. 'J hey speak for them
selves. Another full line lenely for
Fancy Figured Taffeta.
'1 Iiom' vv 111 ho pl.ie'i'd mi nilo t-kt-
TO-riORROW mill will tm suro OOC
to sell quickly, for they tiro worth SI 01)
nml SI !!',
Black Silk Crepons.
'I hcsij mo equnlly popular. Tho new
line will (jo on snlo 10-MORR()V.
Our buyer hecmeu a fv plee'cs of
Double Warp Sm.ihs.uoith fcse, n l
which wcnro poinjj to sell at. . OiC.'-'C
Black Wool Crepons.
75cl, $8, up to $7.50.
A largo line of evlusivo styles. Pales
beyond all precedent. The ladies In
rapluie over tin m.
II iLay (( II
T?.n A Tl nTTTilTiTNT
e- w , ..
11 and C)
noiv I S13 pattern. Wo hivo no old stock
o description of our eutlro lliio.
AVERY PLANTER GO.,
1203-1205 West 10th Street, KANSAS CITY, MO.
i'iiliui; ciiunr ti;i:.Mii:.
VMmt Ills Iteinltid 1'ruiii tho JlKtlro
.Vli I I'd Out by .TiiiIko Junes,
I'ollce omrt Clerk r, Jl, Williams raid
into tho elty treasury yesterd ly fj,l77W
as the result of police couit lines collected
during thu month of rebrunrj. maklnir the
total amount I '.lid Into thu treasury during
tho first ten months of Juilk'U Jones' eer
vlee as police udnf, $15,313 50, Purine the
entlro cuicspaudln? J ear of Judgo Jones'
prcdeeeshor's Incumbency of tho ollico the
lines collected amounted to only 111, Mi, The
intimated lovenuo to be derived fiom tho
police court this lltcal jear, (iidlui; April
i'i, will pl.eced nt only tl.'.uou. JiuIko Jones'
conduct of the affairs of tho otllce has al
ready caused the estimate lo bo exceeded
by over J3,0u) and It Is nuw believed that
It will bo exceeded by tho mil ot the fiscal
jear by JO.Oml, which Is Just o much rev
enue that tlio city did not anticipate re
ceiving. Tho hiavy lines Imposed bj JudBO
Jones on keeper of Immoral resorts have
swelled the revenues of tho elty instead of
going Into the pockets ot fee crabbers, as
under tho old reirime.
Tho total numbei of cases tried by Judge
Jones dmlng l'ebruary was .'73 and tho
lines Imposed amounted to '$?K of which
J 177 CO was collected.
'I ho total number of cases during t'eb
ruaiy, l&Jl, under Judge Jones' pride-cessor,
was Hi. Of these 12J weie eonvlcted. forty
three wero dlscluroed and twentj-llvo dis
missed. Tho total amount ot urns assessed
was $1,971,70 mid the amount collected and
turned Into the city treasury was $1VJ20.
a he tact and energy illsplned by the
clerk of the nolleo court In ilia collection
of fines has contributed to the excellent
showing on the police court records,
In tho fall of 1S9J a son of Mr. T. A. Me.
Farland, a prominent merchant of I.lve
Oak, Sutter county, Cal., was taken with
u very heavy cold. The rains In his chest
wero so severe that he had cpasms and
was threatened with pneumonia. Ills
father iravc him several nvca doses of
Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy, which broke
up the cough and cured him. Mr, Mcl'ar
land eaB whenever his children have
croup he Invariably gives them Chamber
lain's Cough Itemedy and It alnas cures
them, llu considers It the best cough
remedy In the, market.
tNiyquor for linu,;i.,
4"'nC h Jlki th tacher."
i.'.fifO yaids reg.
ular U W- goods in
a vaiiuty of the host colore
Linen Torchon Laces.
Madu by the linnii. Theso nro all
new, bought far bolow value. They
aro of the more showy p ittcrns adapt
ed for dimming tlio now Wash Fab
ric', of which wo aro boiling such
quantities, and Underskirts.
(He, lOc, 124c, toe, 10c
Laces and Embroideries.
Xt'W goods are ready a grand col
lection of all that's worth your hav
ing in Laces and Kmbioideiics. A
woman's eye will catch tho story of
newness and novelty quicker than
wo cm toll it. Tho nssoitincnl in
cludes Madeira laco and all overs to
match, English open-work rmbroid
eiy and edgings to match, l'oint
Venice lace in all shapes and Rtyles,
new Chiffons, Vandykes, et cetora.
EW CHEAP BS
All Lmen Hemstitched and Dra
Stamped Tray Cloths.
To take the place of the "Sappho"'
and similar biands, for which such
oAOibitant prices havo been charged.
You havo only to see it in a variety
of shapes and lengths to piuchaso at
Wo control this splendid French
Coriot for Kansas City.
Donita A 1'tcnch Hand Made 1 1
inches long cvtra long
waist high bust veiy Miit.iblc for
Donitn 11 12 inches long tapering
waist but goii.il hips to
insure perfect ease and comfoit to a
Our Corset Stock has been revolu
tionized dining tho past Mty days
Our stock is much better assorted
with a lull lino of sizes in the
most popular wearing Coiet-, and
our sales have been much linger than
at any juevious je.ir for the lirst
two month. Wo expect to double
tho .sales 111 tho near liituie.
A most siuuifieant ineieiso week
by week. This depaitmoiit is under
tho management of one of our Com
p.iny, which msiiies tho best atten
tion and promptness.
rou aiost MnitiTiiuiurs bixfit.u
UlDl, PNtiinie, vii 1 tlur an 1 eh.u
lu it 1 of n id to eotint
TH I It l'UIi: (ini Kit M .t W tins,
1' S Sin 11K1 iiln 11,-or eivfui'l, ln,i , jo
Nm " ink .md 1 tin il to 'I nit do O .
1 Co nut 1 in II dij-, lu liouiM, on a
Wo liavo tlm Ini;. st nnd mot com
JiKto UNO lf I UVeliS evil (lllelid in Illis
uriltoiy al irl ,s to Milt i re on. l-n
a full ussoiimitij of hutidiUs an I v
ifhOliCh. tellulilt ill llii". Willi I tl)
repri si nt ns In unoi , ujin d tiiilimy In
v int.ni, Ms-.uiirl T. mis, UMiilionia, In
dian Turritui Niln isk.i and lowu
or second hand wheels to dlsposo of.
Mnrrl igo Un iis IkhihiI.
Tho following couples were yesterday
grnnted llciuses lo mairj.
Hut Itandnll. ICinsas City ji
1'aullnu Wndliell, Kansas; City ,
John llohlnrnu. Killing Cltj ii
Surah A Witson, Kuisis t'lty w
James II Kuelie, Kalis is Cltj ,, 3J
I'hoeby Hint Kansas City , li)
Olive H roree, Kiiiib is l'it 22
l.nura I. Homes, Kansas city 21
Oeorgo (iieenstieet, Kansas City 3
Clara II (Jeabhirt, Kuiisaa Clt , 20
John I Hum, ill in, Wnndotti', Kas . 31
Nellie A I'ord, Wiandottc, Kus 2j
Diatlis Hi portetl.
The following dciths were reported to
tho board of health jtsterdaj :
Welder, Mleluel! aged "J, IVbrimry 2'i
2003 Wjoming; apoplcxj , burial lu l'eter
und I'.tul cemetery.
lleiizon, J uged 79: lVbriniy 10; Hay
town, pneumonia, burial lu Ilajtown cem
etoiy, Altunn, Mrs. Wilhilmlni; uged CO. 1'ch
riiaiy 24, 1227 Medea, cntt ro-colllls, burl li
In Peter and I'aul eemetiry,
uarier, auiui's. ngci ji; .viarcn 1; JI02
Hust i:lg)itieuth, piicumunli, burial lu
lllshop, llortha, Infant; rebriiiry 18; W3t
lloluus; cnpllliiy bronchitis, burial In
Jacobs, Miss Nilcle; nged 10; March 1;
2301 I'loia; pneumonia; burial In Klmwooii
Williams, Miss Jessie; aged 16; March 1;
Thirteenth und I'oplar, pneumonia; burial
In Union emielei,
Stewart, Carroll & Binlth, undertakers,
1210 Walnut street. Telephone 1315.
The following tilths wero reported to tho
board of health jesierdnv.
Uadton, 'ihomas I. and Marguerlto: boy;
121 West Seventh; I'ebruaty 13
nreenwuld, Joseph utid I.lzzlo: boy;
Tweuty-uluth and Central; March 1.
Mcl.ure. John and Jennie; boy; 403
Cherry; March 1.
I'oley. Mlehucl Mid Katie; girl; 1019 Har
rison; March 1. ,
Iteynolds. J. J'Vinil M. B.; boy; Thlrty-
ti.iil una A-iniw 'n; JUiiuaiy j.
Lander, 11 ' d flora H.; boy; 2024
Woodland: K .i. . . 1 i,,TJ
York, iarcli I. A private dipatch ru it;
Mllwaukeu tayj that a hill for tho
S7 V2 a
too New Novelty Patti
at $3.20, $4.00, $5.00, $5.
SC.00, $7.00, $10.50 pattern.
Complete assortment. I:
cellent qualities in Ladies' a ,
Children's Fast Blacl: Cott J
I lose. Special values at ij
19c 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c. H
Excellent values in Gc' 1
Fast Black Cotton Half H&d
I2C, 20C, 25C.
Fine variety Gents' N(
Ties, 25c, 50c, 75c.
Towels, White Goods, Line
and White Spreads. Goc
values at Popular Prices.
Our new stock js now ready frl
inspection and mclu les the novvc'
proihictiona oE the luoins, both lot
cign and domestic. I he change
111 tarilf and our determination li
elo the business in our line cause,
us to offer special values m S20 ant
S25 Business and Dress Suits.
They .ire as kooiI as others clurgt
one-third more for.
Perfect lit, high grade trir 'n'ns,
first -cl.ias workmanship. We .. fcjtfi
to make your Clothing. Let us
have jour ne.t order.
1 aiiOtS Street
CLHiJ'JJ) OJi XO PA Y
Last 30th St, Kansas Cltj Mn . Apill
12, ImJ il. ntlemeii liv- jour New- bj.stem,
uf hlvln Tnntni. nt I Jiavc lieen cuied of
1 1. 111 1 of the liamls. I had the diseaen
ur twilvi (l.' ein nnd could get no re-'
h f 1 li'ed a number uf Specialists ami
in m j-kin nmedlis, but thej did mo no
1,111! Vuiir ireiniitiit cured nii and I am
hi it ful 101 I' Very respemfully
.1 ni llviinT Mittopoltin I'ohce.
KTI--1- i"it, Mar h 1, lwj Gentlemen
I want 10 sn Hi it sineo taking yenr treat
in nt fur I 1 ti 111,1 in Apr I IV' J I hivo
ii' vr had Hie 1,1 finest leturn of 'ho ms
e ise ltts-pictftilly, J SOllMlllf
It iiij Cm..". Sun t i-Mfnlly Ire tin! b) 31 ill
Wrllo Tor Information. CoiiHiiltntloii I ut.
uillee hi'iirs Pilly. 9 a in to 12 m 1 p.
in toop in 7 p m to S p, m Sundujs;
11 a m 10 11 a. m.
'ini 1. .1, it viii iiki) 1 rr.vi.v co., om.n
;i:iil and .Id .Sen lllilg" Klilg', Kuuai
( ll. VI11.
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
... WcnUiirss, NerTouaneoii,
lC.EVl,,',,llM nni' a" tho train
V--riC?l"i''lrO'n early errors or
in'f' v; liter elitism,, tun results of
li i-v-st Tourwor., siekneis, worry,
t "Lis A etc. I'liIUtieoglb, devi-
AJft)C----t 1 opment and tone gUen til
lYJixiir. iitrOevery organ and tiortlcu
))G7?r!-ii"ilM "rul mthU. Imineill.
1 li till II I" V lo luiirieineDt lien,
Fiiluru Impoiillile. 2,000 rtferenies Hook,
ciplauatlou and proofs mailed (it'aled) free,
ERIE MEDICAL GO,, Buffalo, N.Y.
The Ellis & Coltorman
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von sai.1. ur
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UL'liU i;bi:i.l. lilli tl, mid lliu.idnaj,
E.C LinUit O Thin rcnicdi bciuir in.
Sjeeled dirrt-li lo tits
mi uc iiiui.'a uieaiMi
ut the litnlte-l iluurS
change of aiol, Viirn
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