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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY MARCH 7, 180,).
FOUR FIREMEN INJURED.
MtRAcfi,ot;. iisc.M'i: iuom niiATit
whim: at a inn:.
A Oi Ktploilim Wreck, the Kntlro front
of tlii llilllillnR nt 03 I I.fd1i Air-
line llr.tilt nf n l.rnk In
Four nrcmen were Injured yestordns'
by falling debris cnliscd hy n una ex
plosion nt the resilience of l.otvls 11.
Dny, No. 9ii Lydln lifeline. Tlio cxplo
Rlon occurred nt 12:30 o'clock, Just nftor
hoo company Js'o. S nnd book nnd ladder
company "o. 3 hndnirrlvcd nt the Day
residence In rcRion to nn nlnrnt of
fire. The Injured llrcmcn nrc!
John Lynch, laddcrman of hook nnd
ladder company No. 3, pkull fractured
nnd rlpht arm severely bruised; Injuries
Clnrcnco McKlroy, sprnlned nnd badly
bruised nbolll the hips nnd face
William McCormlck, hose compnny
No. 6, left Ick broken Just nbovc the
nnklo nnd body bruised.
Thomns McUr.uv, cnptnln of Insurance
patrol No. 2, face cut nnd bruised.
ThoURh Lynch. McCormlck and Mcni
roy were severely hurt, I'ollco SurRcon
Iuen does nbt bellce that their Injuries
will prove fntnl. Lynch nnd McCormlck
nro nt the Sisters' hospltnl, u here they
nrc belnR- treated for their Injuries. Mc
J.lroy nnd McOrnw tvoie taken to their
homes. None was consldeied In u criti
cal condition last nlRht.
There was no one In the Diy residence
nt the time thnt n neighbor discovered
rmoke Issuing from the i-nonient win
dow, shortly nfter noon yesterday, nnd
tug viu:cki:d HOUStt
turned In an alarm. Mr. Day was nt his
ofllce, and Mrs. Day and her Mm weie
nt the First Christian chinch, coiner of
Eleventh nnd Locust Mrcrts, attendliiR
a missionary meeting. Companies 3 and
r, had at rived on the scene, and the men
who were subsequently Injutcd were
picparlnpr to enter tho house by the
front door, when suddenly the explosion
occurred nnd tho entire front of the
bulIdlnK was blown outward toward
Lydln avenue. Lynch was caught under
the falling front porch nnd the debris
had to be lifted from him befoie ho
could be. removed. McCormlck tvis
struck down by falling bricks and n
greot heap of them pinioned his broken
leg to the ground. How he escaped re
ceiving seven" Injuries about the bead
was considered wonderful Clnrcnco Mc
I'lroy tvns nlso crushed down beneath
falling bricks, his principal Injuries be
ing nbout the hips McGr.vw escaped
with only a few slight bruises nnd
scratches about the face, thicks and
pieces of wood were huiledjicross Lidln
avenue. "Windows in the residence of 1
J Allen were broken and bricks were
scattered about on the lloor. The Day
residence was left a mere tottering shell,
though the side and rear Willis still sup
ported the second Hoot, on which heaps
of shnttered furniture could bo seen.
Glass in all tho windows and irr picture
frames was broken. After the lire In the
basement of the house had been extin
guished and tlio Injured firemen had
been removed, tiro salvage corps went to
work saving what furniture they might
from the wrecked house, it found very
little that was not dnmuged to some e-
Tlie wrecked building cost about $3,000.
It was so badly damnged thnt It will bo
necessary to entirely rebuild It. Tlio loss
on the building was covered by insur
ance. The owner is C. O, Tlchenor. I'n
tll two weeks ago Mr. Day carried $J.r,00
Insuinnce on tiro contemn hi mo minu
iiig but ho allowed the policy to lapse,
for tiro reason thnt he Intended to move
in n short time to a home lie had built
on Kast Ninth street. It was ills Inten
tion to renew the policy nfter moving.
Chief Hale could only make conject
ures as to tho cause of the explosion,
but it was his opinion that u gas pipe
had sprung a leak, and that when he
gns had tilled the upper part of tho
house and begun to issue Into the base
ment It was Ignited by the (Ire there nnd
the explosion resulted. The house was
heated by n furnace In tlio basement,
nnd it tvns from this furnace, nc-cordlns
to the chief's theory, that tho lire orig
inated. STII.I. OAItKl'WXY l.tlAltlll'I).
Helen Leaser ItcfuiM-i. to Make Iviioiiu Jler
True NmiH' At tho Cltj llmpltiil.
The young woman, who gate her name
us Mrs. Helen Lesser, and who came to
this city to commit suicide without giving
any clue to her identity, i at tho (Its
hospital, anil aim has reentered sulllelent
ly to talk Intelligently regarding her act
She said last night that bhe deeply re.
Bruited what she had done and hoped to
;...,..,, Sh hi III refused to Rite her true
inn,., nr tho hereabouts of any of her
rnimiies. Her recovery Is not yet con-
At one time yesterday morning, while
partially under tho inlluence of tho drug
..he had taken, the woman, said 3ha had
'V- .',;.. .v,
never tench those who did know her. She
tcv; - .., in cnni.k m. mm I n ml
hart lOSi iier iiui'cij hi puKiv hihii.., ....
her pride had been wounded by a man to
whom she had been engaged ami these
things caused her to try to end her lite.
A Horso i:eape Willi ills -Mann nnd 'lull
V horse with his mune and tall ablaze
und with a burning blanket on his back
Etartled people ulong Cherry street, near
ritteenth street, last night, us he dashed
ulong. whlnns'lag with pain. The horse
was the victim of a die at M. Pies' stable
In the reur of No. 1523 Cherry street,
caused by hots nluylng with matches lu
the stable. The horse run ubout a block
and a half, when ho was brought to a
hult. His mane and tall hud eonip e-tely
burned away and the burning blanket had
eft his hack devoid of, hulr and hddls;
seared. The animal's pains were relieved
ivth soothing ointments. Pies' barn was
;ompletely destroj-sd by the fire. The loss
was aboul $175.
law With Coufcuniptlon.
Ex-Speaker Fltzpatrlck, of tha lower
house of the council, was brought home
from San Antonio. Tex , yesterday morn.
InK. He was taken to that cits some time
aso for the benefit of his health, but he
erew worfce. und his brother, who went
with him, was compelled to bring htm
home. He Is suffering with consumption
tad is very low.
That Tired Feeling
"t cordially recom
mend Hood's 3.im
ho snllerhis tilth In
illRfstlon or Itnpttro
blood, ho nrrctitc,
feclltuf, or generally
them. Unto found
It of Rro.1t benefit fur
Wo halo Htcd Hood's Hirat'trllln ttto years
end hat o no sleV. lu-ail.iclic s ells, pains or tired
fecllnR." W. N. IUiinks, n.irt'unt City, fml.
Hood's PIMs Rlto ii'ilu-ml f.itlsi.iftloo.
the l.onil virli-ly tt III llc-tnln Time to the
Study nf t'll) Ordinance Mini Mimic.
The rpRiil.ir monthly mcc-tlnct of the Knn-fa-i
City Kauai SuffMRo Society tins held
ve.tcrdny afternoon at the parlors of the
Conies House. The nttrndnnce was tory
miii'h lamer llinn inttal at the monthly
meellnR". and there was more than or
dinary Interest hoitn In the proceedings
and business transacted. The literary feat
ure of the ineetlUK was tlio paper read by
.Mrs. Coult, on the "tnilm-ncc of .Modern
IMnrntlon on Women nnd th" Home." The
paper was full of wisdom nnd iiluulilf- uik
potion!, and wes listened to tery closely.
The member- decided to resume the pine
tlee of holdlnir prlor meetlncs In tnrlous
pirti of the city, for the purpose of .mult
mini? Interest In the minds of those who
hnte not become Identltled with the or-
g'lnliMtlon. The nest meeting will ho hold
at the home of .Mrs. C. Itounrltiee, of Wcst
poit. one wtek from to-moiion afternoon.
To these meetings the society will welcome
any of the I. idles of the clt who feel an
Interest 111 the work being done by the oi
ganUitlon. At the meeting jesteiday It was decided
to take up the studs of municipal govern
ment. The suggestion to this ellect was
made bs Mis. Noble i rentls, who Is one of
the leading workers In the oiganlziitlnn
During the past week her attention Ind
been called to the ilty ordinances, unit she
was surprised to letrn how fully and care
fully the Intel ests of the city were pro
vided for, and how rnan' matters were mls
demcnuois that are winked at and pissed
bs- without rebuke or notice.
Shu calif d the attention of the oigauiza
tlon to this f.ict sesteidas. and dec hired
that Kansas Cits' hud lnws enough flamed,
It enlorccd, to mike the cits- a paradise
She showed brlells a few uf them bear
ing on the nttalrs of pverj lny life, and
her suggestions weto leeelted and nt once
adopted. She called the attention of the
society to the fact that there were hun
dreds of women in the cits who owned
mans thousands of dollais wortn of piop
ert all of which was taxed as othei pi op
ens, "lid It was but a wise torcllumght to
hate a good geneinl knowledge ot the laws
governing taxation, and the methods of
collecting the taxes,
ACCIDENT OR CRIME.
'I he Chirred Keiiiiilns ir nil Infant I'miml
at the Mouth nf ii scurr mi (.r.iud
.V vi line.
Tho body of a. 2-montlis-oId female child,
with Its face and neck burned to a black
irlsp, wab found sesterdav- afternoon,
wrapped in a blanket, at the mouth of a
sewer at Ihe foot of Oraml avenue. Tho
person who hail deposited or thrown it
there etldently expected the outllow from
the sewci to wash It Into the ilvtr, but
the ghastls bundle had lodged against, a
The bods was taken to Stewart .1 Car
roll's undertaking pi ice, and Coroner Tied
fonl said last night that he Intended to
make n thorough Investigation Into the
ease. It was his opinion that the child
was either accidentally or Intinttounlly
burned to dentil In either case the person
who disposed cf the boils' In such a bar
li irons manner would lie piosecuted If
found, At lltst gl mi o It nppt.rrcd thnt the
child's head had been e rushed or mutilat
ed, but that appearance, It was stated
after an examination last night, was due
to the but lis the child had received
Theio was nothing In the bundle by
which the child might be Identltled A
gaiment that the child had worn was still
pinned about Its little body and hair of It
was chaired awns'. Part of the body was
urn marked liv lite at all. thus miking It
appear thai no utlempt was made to dis
pose ot the body by binning It. The bin ns
were riH'elted, eviueiins, wniin ino ennu
was alive, 1'ioin the nature of the burns
the conclusion might bo drawn that the
child was held, head downward, over u
Hie and burned to death In that mannei.
Thev might have been lecelved by tho
child falling face fniward Into a lire,
WHO IIA-i THIS HOOK?
I'rnressnr lllilKt'U-ii) Looking fur ll Copy nf
"llm Impending I'llsls."
J, T Illdgeway, tho prlclp.il nf tho Wash
ington bchool, baa been inns.icklng tho
public llbiuiy for. and making Itiiiultlts
after, a book entitled "Tho Impending
Cilsls," Tho book was tw litem by n man
named Helper In tho r.ii ltus, ana ite.iii
with the abolition ipiebtlon fiom the Ninth'
em standpoint, ll caused u delay of eight
vvieks In tho house of representatives of
tlio ThltlS'-slxth congii-ss. A number uf
tho Northern inemhcis hud indoisid tho
book, and when longnss ubsembhd a reso.
liltlon was Biiiinriiii'ii ns n noiiuieiii mem
ber to the etlect that no person who had
Indoisi'd It should b elected speaker. John
Sherman, now senator, who was a caudU
date tor speaker, had Indorsed tho book.
The wrangle over him lasted eight weeks.
Copies of the book tvere otieo quite coin;
mon. but si-em tery scuico now. Principal
Itldgeway has made many Inquiries, but In
mill. Ho said eterday afternoon tli.U ho
Is going to ask boiiui nt the pioneer set
tleis hero If they have copies. Principal
Itldgeway has been usked to review the
book for tho Wtstpoit l.lltiary Society,
'Hin ilanuril t ate Ii mid. luvvulry d".
Mi. 11. W. Hoiker, trustee, lb busj with
a force ot men intoleljig tho mock. hen
completed, which will be eaily next week,
the doois will be open und the large stock
will bo sold ut gieatly reduced prices to
tatlsfy the clilms of the credltois. 'Ihe
btatlonery department Is open now. Orders
for cards, etc., ran be left at any time,
und same receive prompt attention.
At .lelfersnii lil.
Frank A. Paxon. 1 i:. Cooper. I. 11.
Stoner und Peter II. Tlernnn. the commit',
leu appointed by the mas or to go to Jer
ferson City and work for an honest elec
tions bill, left yesterduy for the capltul
cits". Councilman OUou went down to
Jefferson City last night,
Horse Huruud to Heath.
A shed In the rear of John Doran's
home. No. 1330 Oak street, burned last
night and a hoise belonging to Dorun was
burned to death. The loss on the shed
was about toO. The horse, was valued at
the same amount. The cause of the lire
. uiiiK r )
,T&)ftX,4J?" nut of order. Hull;
r,J. "', ') Vjv surely help Any who
Wi WJ'ftW'VNg Klve It a Mir Mil, II
m?A' "uf JA .JttW tlu-re Is any help for
HIS COLLEAGUES AMAZED,
tii'tini: mom., nr mi: toisrt coriiT,
si.com ins tins- motion.
i-Other Mendii rs nf the I'ntirt Mmtl)
ltrrim-r I mill 1 heir NiirprUn A t'nn.
trail for Itimd ttnrli t'niircli'd
O'l I ilirrl'. Appiiil,
Presiding Judge John 11. Hlone. ot the
county court, caused consternation In exist
Sestetdny with Ills colleagues on the bench.
It was due In his parliamentary methods
In forcing to ii tote certain questions of a
public nnllire, which Judges Smith nnd
l.ntlmer did not wish to take up. Tho
Judge claimed that he learned the method
nt HI. l,oul, where he has been for seternl
dass. nnd thought It Would be u good Idea
to put the same In etTect ns presiding Judge
of the county court.
Judge Stone brought his pirllnmenlary
methods Into piny by Introducing a motion
that the question ot appointing nn nsslst
ant county counselor, who Is to net In Iho
capacity ot nccounlalit, bo discussed hnd
There was no disposition on the pnit of
tho other Judges tci mipilesce, whereupon
Judge Stone brought the question to n
'(leiillemen, this countv Is In need of n
county accoiintniit. I make a motion that
the couutv counselor appoint nn nssistatit
county counselor." ,
Theie was no .second to the motion, and
the other two Judges wero etldently of the
opinion that the motion, receiving no sec
ond, would end the proceeding. In this
thev weto mistaken. . ., ,.
"Do I bear n second to tho motion?
nsked Ihe piesldlng Judge.
Still there was no answer.
'dcntli men, I will second the motion
mtself." , . .
This had tho effert cif awnkenlng Judge
Smith, who leplled huirlcdly:
"t move that wo don't take up sour
motion to take notion on tho nppnlntmenl
of an assistant enmity counselor.
Judge Stotiu then put the question to n
tote, nnd It was decided to have the mat
ter deferred. Judge Stone explained mat
ters bs stating th.it be had two totes on
the bench, one as it presiding Judge utid
one us an ntdliwiry.
County Counselor Waters was present at
vesterdat's session, and tho matter of an
nulling the contract between the county
and John Keating Tor the building of tho
I.pne Jack load was llnullv disposed of.
Counselor Waters slated that the court
could declare the continct void owing to
the expiration nt tho term laid down In the
continit as to the tlmo ot completion.
Judge Stono nuked It there was any 1 itt
which could bo enfoiced as to the rejection
of any fntuio bid m.ulo by persons who
fulled to keep their rontraet with tho
countv. Mr. Wnteis said thero was none
The comt then annulled the contract and
took steps toward reletting the work
Counselor Waters also staled, In refer
ence to tlu bill fit Coioner Uedford Tor
stenographer fees nilslng from the Inquest
held over the bodies ot nun killed in I ho
Midland hotel bolter explosion, tint the
same w is Illegal. The amount of the bill
was 5127. He also declined the mnishal's
expense nccount for ttansfer ot pilsoners
fiom Independence to Kansas Cltv und
vico vei.sa to bo legal, flnd tho nccount was
County Suivesor OTIuhertv appeared be
foiu the eouii again ycsteiil.iy for the
purpose of securing deputies! to cany on
tho counts' work. After a statement upon
tho niirt nf the siirvevor. .Indire Stono im
posed tho additional deputies claiming
that 'the work nf tho ofllce nt tlio present
limn was lusiilllelent to warrant an Increase-
nf tho foice. Mr. OTIuherty was
atkid If ho hnd nirj' relitlves who wanted
a Job lie replied that he bad ant, and If
he hail ho would have to Import them. Mr.
OTlaheitv claimed tint his request was
Just and should ho compiled tilth, lie nlso
stateil that ho would not come befoio the
couit tigiln on ,i similar mission Judge
Stone made a motion that the request ot
Mr. OTIuhertv bo disallowed Theie was
no second to his motion, and ho seconded
his own motion, which, -upon tote, carried
A bicc7v tiff then took place between
Judge I.itlmer ami Judgo Stono over a
motion to Instinct the cleiH of the couit
to make a Iht of all accounts paid lis" tho
court since January 1. I Si",, which were
continued lis the old couit Ills reason
for this was, he said, due to the fact th.it
since the Inauguration of the new i out t a
labulous sum h.nl been paid out for old
necouuts contiaeted bs foimer Judges. It
was pioper that the peopln sdiould know
how all alls wero managed by their offi
cials. Judge T.atlmer re-ented the Imputation
and offerisl an amendment to the erteet
that in making a list It al-o bo shown
how much inones lias cnlleeted bs
the new enutt which rightfully be
longed to the revenue handled by the old
court During the winngle w hli h followed
the motion was not heard of again. Judge
Stone derlnred that the ntliel lis had left
a lot of old bills to be p ittt. and ended up
with the assLition that If the court could
agree on a counts accountant he would be
in faior of Investigating the old counts
euiirt nnd show up wheie all of the i omi
ts 's rosenue b til gone foi the past Hc
i ais Judge Smith acted as peacemaker
and ulited an Instance where several
thousand dollars had bi en put on a road
frnip Willi h no benellt was derived.
The couit will to-dav take up the matter
or reilsing the Jury lists.
iiiitv curi.in Mir acski'i:.
The Cnuiplalning ll Hues In a Casn lln
sinnsllilii fnr tint tllstrlll.
In the crlinln.il court sestctdas at Inde
pendence the ease hi ought by the state
against John Walters resulted In a mlsirlal.
Walters was Indicted Xoti-mucr last on the
charge of hlglnias robbers. The prosi out
ing witness in tho ease agalnt him was
a diminutive looking eoloied hoy n.iniid
riiiuk Cat mil heal, who claimed that W.ilt
ei foiced him to disgorge a dollar which
lie had earned spiling newspapers. .C.ii
mlcheal was placed on the stand sisterday
and dcinoiiMi.ttcd the fact that he was
uble to lake e no of himself. The youth
h.nl n rtliulntl lecoiel and It was brought
out thnt he until leeeiuly was un inmate
of th waikhoiise ami unrcllnbli . The Jurs
f.illid to agno after being out reveral
hours. The ease was then continued until
the Not ember teuu ot court
William Cieall, a clerk, entered n plea
of guilts to the chaige of petit l.trccnv.
Ho was Indicted un the charge nf grand
lircent. llul this charge was withdrawn
bs the state and the lesser crime substi
tuted Creall was git en Flxty dns-s In the
county Jail. He Is a soling man of stsllslr
appearance, nnd his lose foi dtess was
the eauso of his downfall. Tho Indict
ment charged him with taking various
articles fiom his emploseis, ranging from
"lllush of Ito-es" perfume to overcoats
nnd baby whistles He commenced to
seivo his term of Imprisonment nt onco.
A defective Indictment sated A. II. Ctoss
fiom a trial nt llm .March term of court.
The gland Jury utteniptid to Indict Cioss
for felonious assault upon I rank llnml ill.
whom ho hit tilth n- bilclc .Instead of In
flicting Cioss, tho July indicted It.indall.
the prosecuting witness. This defect eaiied
the couit to continue iho case and Cioss
was held In hall in the sum of $-,i) to await
the action of the next gruiui jury
An absent witness caused a cmitlniinnco
n the case (nought against T O Itobeit
ion. who Is charged with embezzlement,
.-..ii. iti.iok. who was Indicted foi lorgcry.
was allowed to withdraw the pU.i of not
guilty and entered n plea of guilty to oh
Mining goods by lalse pretense, ll was al-eM-'l
In Ihe indictment brought bs iho
giund Jury that difcmlant had passed a
elieck for with the name, of IJIchatds .t
Corioter s-igmd to it. Tho check w.ib given
In payment for a dinner and Its spurious
quality was discovered by tho icsl.iiir.iiu
inan who refused to cash It. Hindi plead
guilty to securing the 15 cent meal and
was scnienc'c'u in inn ? ... j, ..."
case against Wurren l.ancas er was con
tiiiued owing in the fact that the defend
a"t ttui .selling time 111 Jail on another
QlTor-day the tilal of fleoigo Meeks, the
alleged accomplice of a man named Megan,
for thu robbery of a Jeweliy store on Last
Hlghteenth street, will take place,
p,v.m:i out or iii iiamh.
A Colored Man lAiuil Ills Properly He
stored to Mini by the I'uurts.
Judgo Henry yesterday appointed Attor
ney Shannon Douglass referee tu Inyestl.
gate and report facts hi a case pending In
his court In which tho facts alleged are
blmllar to thoso in the famous suit ot the
late colored pieacher, James Sweenes. In
this case the plaintiff Is also an aged col
ored preacher, who could neither read nor
write, and whose property was out In the
same neighborhood as that of the Hev.
Sweenes, The suit is that of Rev. Isaac
Mills against Attorney S. C. McPherrin and
his wife. Jessie McPberrln. The plaintiff
alleges that he owned the property, on
which be had a comfortable home, and
that he leased it In 18S7 for J3 a month for
lite sears to T. II. Prest. who put up a
two btoiy brick structure upon tt, renting
tho loner floors for stores and the upper
J ilooru for apartments or tenements. Ho
Advance Sale of Priestly
Black 18 Ounce Pure
In nil stjles of Sicks nnd
frocks, for nn n, Thesu
Suits nrc made of the im
ported material, will not
crock or wonr shiny; are
cut In Sptlng '.i'i fashion,
the HnliiKS, the trim
mings, Hie buttons, are
nil the best! en rs stlMi
petted ttftlt silk, should
eis h.lte bilictolh lining
Wo offer thce excellent
No tailor anywhere can afford to make
a better Hull nt SM. Isitnl retail price
!.", all over.
(if same material ns nboie lie
rlbcdj eleganlly made; a $!
out In .nil) stiirn and a good
one nt eten that price. Our
Alliance Sale pi Ice,
Advance Sale of Fine All
Wool Gray Cassimcre
Mado ot New lbigland Hair
line. All Wool Cai-slmcre: Ihi
gllsh waistband: sewed through,
out tilth silk: In four colors;
.1..... .. nvn ... Irt (it ai.lt Hi ttllll!
hi IIIC'J l.t.V .....1.11 " .-v.. .. v. v -,
mil our Alliance Sale price,
Advance Sale of
Boys' Spring Suits.
Made ot l'legant All Wool Choi
lot. double breistccl, strongly
I to II yeirs,
were undo to
sell at OJ
bale Price .
909-911 HAIN STREET.
Hail Orders Solicited.
s.ivs that about this time lie got acquainted
tilth Aitoinev M'I'heiiln and that Me
Phiriln mlvlsid him that It would be best
foi him 1 1 but out Piest's leasehold after
It had iun it tear or two. In ordi 1 to do
tills In h id to borrow the money. The
in Ice was Squill, but the nttorncss fees weie
,i) and so be hnd to borrow W.CJ0. which
MePheiun niyiiilnlid from the New !'n
glnnd Mutual l.lt- Company, which np
pialsed the ptopcitt at JJ.Oon. Well, when
ho got thioiigh Willi tho tians.u Hon the
Insuiance company had n moitgnge for
J3,0i)0 on his piopeits and Mr. Mel'het tin,
as ttustee for hW wite, held a second nnut
g.ige lor $ujO which was shorth uftn
vi u ds renewed and made J70D to pat eosts
ot lenewal, etc Then, he says, he bad to
elicit fiom month to month, put lug J pel
cent 11 month to .tb I'heiiln for the use of
the monet until tln.ills Mel'heirin fore
1 losed on him and took the piopertt undei
the se ond iiieuigahi assuming the lltst
mortgage Now the old coloted man w ints
the ti aus.u t Ion, or all the tr.msai tlons,
swept aside lis the court, and the matter
looked into and sittl. d Judicially, lie al
leges that he more thin paid the di lit In
millions Intiiest. and asks the court to ic-
store his propei ts to him.
Attotnei ('. II Adams has been appoint
ed spc In! commission! r hi llm case to take
depositions, and Itfteno Oougl iss will ex
amine (lie dot liments nnd leeords and le
port lo Judge Henii nil the tirst das of the
A pi 11 turn
(.ranted a lllvnri e.
James r. Lowe, .1 patal) tie tailor, of No
Slij Hist Tweltth stmt w.is given 1 in
voice lit Judge Sianltt In tho In ult
court tistirdus Horn Maggie 1. I.owo on
the ginunds of uinltv and abiie The
plilmllf told the cunt that she beat him
while he was helpless upon the bed and
thnt she thtew dlslus at him when he was
unable to moie, nun h less to dodge them.
The putties Interested in the Cjfetler un
der the Hall building at the cornel of
Ninth and Walnut sums, who haie been
in a bluer legal wall ire oiet tho restau
rant pioperts. have settled ther dllfereiues
out uf lourt. nnd tho Injunction and le
eelietshlp pioeeedlngs weie pi.ieiicalls
hi ought lo mi end In lore Judge Sean itt In
the circuit couit jisierdis. when an agree
ment 10 dismiss was tiled and made of
C J Hold, as ouiutor for MIs P.eitha
Weldllng, llled suit lu the circuit court
sesleiduy for J.,"i uiion the bond of Frcd
eiiia nilaheth Weldllng. the vming luls's
mnthei and former giiaidlnn. Tho soiing
lads had some ptopeity lift hut lu Iowa,
mil her matin r was nimbi guardian by the
prob.ilc court or Muscatine counts-. 1.1,
uno ot the bondsmen git en by Mr. Weld
ling was Jacob HluUrmeJ,stcr, who owned
pniperty In this city. U Is claimed that
Mis. Weldllng has failed to account foi
over JJ,l) tint til of the estate, and so suit
lias been lu ought against her bondsmen
and the rial estate on Hast l;lKliteeiith
stuet belonging to the defendant Illntei
mclster. A Iho Mlllei llled Injunellnn pioeeedlngs
lu Ihe clieult 101111 seslerday against .11
11. Default and ' II 111 ceil, doing busi
ness as the lieVuuli-liiei 11 Shoo Compans
at Ills Wiilnui stucl He suss thu de
fendant compiuy is using his sign to get
the benellt of ,1 laige amount of udieitls.
big he has up around the city Mlllei re
centls failed and his stock was sold out 10
tho defendants, who fitted up a stunt near
bs and added to the slock, and have slne'o
.niititiiicri In business near Miller's old
stand. Itecemily ho has again gone Into
business and claims they hive no
right to use his old undo ninrk or blgn,
which, ho mss, they display In large let.
1crs. while they display their own names
In smaller letters
l In nil Court Itcinul,
Hlvlsloi) No. 1 Scaiiltt, Judge.
Swift'i. M. J. l). Iinser vs. i, K. Trip,
hummer lliick and Coal Company et al;
for appointment of receiver; dismissed by
Kill. W. S, Mars vs. Hd Schad et nl;
Slsll. H llozler is. Kansas City Suburb.
M licit Hallway Coinpmv, duniages; de
fend nil to tlilid ilay of next term to plead
to amended petition.
.1105. Nellie J Phillips vs. P. Ii. Phillips;
diioice, tianslcired to dltlslon Nu. I by
.'1527, Jiimes V I.oito vs.Maggle I..I,owo;
diioice; decree as prased.
JW11. AssIgniULiit of M. J. I.ane to J. U.
Johnson, assignee: application for order of
court directing disposition ot asset and
for dual discharge llled and order mado.
"3317. W i: llunbold vs. Al Upllger,
Injunction; restraining order granted re
turnable March S. at a.30 o'clock.
3i663. B. R. Bacon vs. Theo Steger et al:
note: Judgment for plaintiff.
nitlslon No. 3 Pean, Special Judge.
2U03. Addle B. Rodgers vs. Metropolitan
Street Hallway Company; damages; ver
dict for defendant.
2-H73. Oilier S. Green vs. W. A. Rogers
et al: account, plaintiff dismisses.
22SJ3. Jerry Hllleon vs. Atchison. Tppeka.
& Santa Co Railway Company; dismissed.
22SC9. IV. II. Hrandenbuish vs. C. K.
Boiven et al; receiver llles application to
bo made party defendant;,, D.Arnold &te.
motion lo set nsldo order appointing T. It,
McNeil re, elver
Division No 1 Hours . Judge.
S.MTI Julius Scholt v l.lmund Sehott,
ndmlnlstr.itor, rt nl, citiiln 1 ailldavll of
noti-resldeni c lllnl by plilnttrf
MIS. New ink. Lire Itistiritm p Compi
115 vs. l'reilerlrk ('. Hiluoedcr rt nil lease;
ilefetiilnnl llles answer . . ,
ITO.'", Ainerlcati National livchntme bitik
ts. Meliopolllan National bank, or Kansas
Cltv; defendant llles nmended nmiter.
iilfl. William Mct'ullonah f McCoy
Irfind I'timpans el al; l.it bill. Judgment for
plaintiff tiud lien or special tax bill vs.
ItMl 'Addle Host ts Mil is It Itcst! ill
tiiiee, pHliitllT llles niollon rnr lietv trial.
WM Isaac Mills ts S .'. Mcl'hcrrln et
nl; count! cause roforied lo Shalition e,
DoiKtlas to lake etldence and slate tin ac
count between plaintiff nnd defend lilts',
motion lo rciiulte defendant to mike nn
sner more dellnllc and icrlnln sustained,
and nlisner amended b.v inlerllnentlon.
SZm. tlradlng of ik sln'et from liten-IS-lxlh
to Tw cuts -ci cnth street 1 nnler
inndo tvlurtiiililc Mntch ;'l Instead ot March
U2D70. (Ir.idlng of Twentlclh "Heel from
Ollto slteet to Pros-pec. t avenue; same cti
aKH. New York Life Insurance Com pan v
ts 1' C Sehrneder et nl; lease; Judgment
for I Untirr for Kill at '1 per cent
); 1, V. llnrklicss et nl ts. M. J.
rmno; appeal; Judgment fur plaintiff.
.Sew suits filed.
!"."ll. Chntles nnd llnntmh Mail In ts,
rrceiinti S Duncan; nppeal from Vtlthrow,
Jnsllee of the pc.11 e
EBI.' Knlisas Cllv ts. I.otils I. Miirko
ttllr. Ildltiiul II. Stiles. I J. I. .Noses, Isaac
11 Heinlsliiln, the Mlssouil National bulk,
or Kansas Cits', nnd Homer Heed, cipilts.
23.11 1. .Midi mil National batik ts. A. ZiirU
man, note. . ...
Sltll. Same vs. (irorge C, lbneiv: note.
J3..l"i, Albo Miller vs. M.ll DeVnult anil N.
II. ('.recti, lining business as DeVoult-llrccn
Shoe Company; Injunction.
SKIO Mis. i C. Wedell vs. Cart C. e
dcll; nppeal from Ilbcrl, Jimllce of the
ST.I7 W. II. Ilitmbold ts. Al Appllger;
pelltlnu rnr reci lier. .
:i.is. Thntiins 01 chard ts. Jennie Or
chard, divorce ,
2..-iU. Ainntiil.i Combs vs. Clirfoul Combs:
dilutee. , ,
2K.VI. .Muscatine countv. stule of lotta,
to the use ot Charles J. Hold, curator, ts
Jacob lllntermcller; attnclitueut; U'")
23.V,t. Stephen C.,Hngaii et ill Vs l'orts
moutli flro A-socl'itlon; cmuII).
DRILL AND ENCAMPMENT.
Mill He lll'lil ht ll lllllller iiT .Mllltnrj
llrgiiiiliilliins In I mils I'nuii
.Int.! I to 7.
Cnptnln C. II. Wng.ir, ot the Hullene
C.tlurds. and Captain Cusll I.eclitm ill, in
the tlule .oiiates, hate rcccltod cliculars
ft 0111 I, lent. C. II. Crucknell, nt the lli.ineh
fiiinrds, of St. Louis, oiinounclng that Hint
conipmy. lu conjunction wllh 11 number ot
piotiilnent Intluciitlil cltl7c.'s of St. Louis,
ate 111 ranging for an Intel state i oinpetlttto
ill 111 and encampment at St. Louis fiom
July I In 7. Inclii'dte. Thes have already
tnlseil l.'.O") to otrir In iri?e, and till". It
Is thought, will call together all the ctack
di llled companies in me colours'.
A put ot the plan Is to glte the drill in
conjunction with 1111 encampment of the
Missouri brlg.uli'. Ily raising n lew thou
sand dollars more tills c.ux he done, and it
is thought 1111 encampment of this kind
would be licuellil.il to the .Missouri Hoops
nnd Insure success to the cntcipilse.
Tii., Htitl.ow, On. itds unit II. lie Zoillles
haie decided not to pirtlelpate In the Mem
phis drill, which Is to be held In Mas, and
thev will attend the St Louis encampment
Instead as the time Is too slim I to pi 1 pare
fullv ror the Memphis trip, and It Is a h ird
matter fot the men to get ntv.iy friim tlu-li
business during May Moth these eniii
pinlis haie been preparing Tor the trip to
Memphis and the dilll then', but thes will
now ditect their attention toit.uds the :lls
siuiil i nlci prise, as will othei compinles
nf the Third Itegt. When they competed at
the Little Ituelc drill last je.u, they each
won 11 prize, but were pietented fiom g t
Ing lltst in highest prizes because their
iinlfoiins and iipiliiincnts. furnlsheil lit the
state, were poor. This defect will Ik giuiid
ed against in time for tlio St. Louis in
COM Its tl.tV 1)1 ll.
Ills Assitbiut Hfdciscd rruui .lull 1111 11
sin ill Itllllll.
Ilauy Combs, who was frlghifulls
wounded about the tace bj llussell Mlllei
111 a ilr.ind at nine saloon Sunday night,
was it ported to be in a ciltlcal londltlon
11L the cltv hospital last night, dull ses
teidas afternoon Combs was being attend
ed at his home, hill bis condition he 1. 1111c
so serious that Ids icmnial in the hospital
vv.m llnalls ibi Ided upon. Attn hlsaiilt.il
Ihirn It was found that blood poisoning
had begun, and It was 1011111I neeess.ii to
reopin Combs' wound and thoioughls
Uussil! Milk r, the man who committed
the assault that appeals Ilkilt lo den lop
Into a inuidei case, was lehitsed fteuii the
counts JiH sest' Idas on a bond 01 ?1uo.
.t I'likpnillit 111 I lie I'n-tnlllie.
The plckpoekei who cliil Ills it oik so siic
cossiujis lu tin I0I1I15 nt the postnlllee on
Tuesilni was so well pleased with the tleld
Of opel.ltloilh tint he it till lit 1 )csteld.il
and icMimed op. latluus dining Hie foie
noon About lu n clock -Mis Rev, lloi.ilio
I., elates, nl aL'J llucliil anniu, was ic
lletcd nf lier putse Willie standing al the
geiiei.il d.llteii window waiting fm hei
mall. The win It was done iei.i tleteils
and sin was loniplenly Miipilsed when
she found the puis,. nd-sInK hhe hud Just
pin chased wimu stamps at the window and
walkeil nvei to g.t lieu mill nnd leached
tor lur purse to put the stamps in when
she found It was gone.
She lepoiti-d the uiitlir tu Assistant S11
pellntendent heltlllt. and he al once notl
lletl the polite Dining Ihe iiftc lllnoll a
stilt t Willi ll was kt pi nil the lo llcts ill the
lohbt. bill no one was nnllttd .11 tlug In 1
suspicious m.inuei uinl the utlli 1 rs ale quite
at se 1 oiff till iiliuli The two inbbciles,
oommltltel 111 so shoit a time and so boldls.
havo intake ncd consldeiable Inteiesl, and
It Is belleted Hint the walk Is being done
by some act oniplislu d npi 111I01 whose pies,
ence Is as vet unknown 10 tin nullt e
.Mis (lull's ha.l stteial doll us in lie r
pi'use win 11 it was taken
l.hpuirn fnr Ivllll- !..
Shipped dally In seciuo packages by
CUUltC.lI IIYSSULL. Druggist,
Opposite waiting room. Union depot.
Death nl tlis. MiAilnu.
Mrs. M.illnda K JUAdoii, wile 01 Janus
T Mi-Adoit. dealer lu mantels, dh d sestti
tlas motniiig at her home, the Milton le
lieo lesldtuee, Nu luix llaltlinoie attune.
Her death was caused bs heal r fiilliiie.
She was 07 seats of age. Mis MeAdow was
a natiio ol c'hllllniihe, 11, urn ut tin
schoeilmate's being Lues Webb liases, title
of Piesldfiit It II. liases. She came to
Kansas City In 1M. She was the mother or
fci-iu.ll children. Mis. Ccoige .11 Hhelles.
wile of the- ex-m.isoi, whoso liutiiu Is also
pjos Haltlmore incline; Cli.ules, IMiiaul
and Cats R .MeAdow, of tills, illy, Hans
ami James MeAdow, of St Louis; and Dud
ley MeAdow, of New Yolk. Alls. MeAdow
h.nl been a membei of the Methodist
church tui lifts Sens. The tuneial seiv
Ices Mill ptubabls be held 011 Tildas, but
dcllnite arrange meiils will not be made
until the unlt.ll of the sou lioni New oik
Tho Hei Hi A (Juasle, of llm link
pendente Ateniie Methodist 1 hutch, will
olllcliitc. and ihe leiiuilns will be placed III
the tault In Porest 11111 ccmctcis
Consumers of diewingtokccowlw
arewlllingto pa a littlemore thau
lite price charged for the ordinary
trade tokecos, willfmdte
brand superior to all others
BEWARE Of IMITATIONS.
DRY GOODS CO.
Will hold an Informal Opening of Ssltcl Milliner?, consisting
of Toques and Bonnets particularly adapted for the increasing
number of ladies who wear a Special Hat between seasons. IVc
have already taken orders for quite a number.
Particular attention is requested to the New Dutch Bonnet
and Napoleon flat which have been especially designed for im
Jliss A'ose Doerlc is now in full charge of our greatly
improved Millinery Department with a full corps of experienced
salespeople and trimmers.
Siccial Novelties for (he Department have fust been received
from New Vorh, selected by Miss
MONDAY NEXT AT NOON.
Thu Celebrated Montana Silver Statue
9 fec-t hirrh $6.i,Soo Pure Silver in Statue exhib
ited at the World's Fair in Chicago last year will be
on Exhibition on Monday next after 1 2 noon, to which
the public will be most cordially invited.
More particulars to follow. Watch the papers
for them Saturday and Sunday next.
Wo will Ititroditco TO-DAY on one oC our
l'.iriT.iln c'ounti'is n New Lino of I'unlei-.
Uilit Hupporlen, lllp IMd. Illp and Had:
I'.ul-c I'le. to tin tt 01 11 tilth the new lined
dtess !lrts. These ate the latest tiihlon
nlilc snppoiter-e which nic -cclllmr so fuels
III nil the larRi. 1 lllc-c. Attct TO-DAY they
can he found lu our Onset Dcpaitintnt,
We don t i-eo how u cm do without one
Tlio pi Ices are tors reusou.ililc:
lllp I'ads, lamhrlc Kimil lie
lllp l'ads, satin i'""'!'00
HMit Kuiipoitcrs o..unill"o
And so on.
Wo will Kin- sou nil opportunltS' TO-DAY
to buy 11 loi-cet nil hclow resul.ii' price, .is
we did last Thuisd.is.
29c 59c 69c
mill 1 11 it 01:111 unit 1 11
50c 75c $1.00
DOGGETT DRY GOODS CO.
NORTH END REAL ESTATE.
A MIW t01ll.N Ollini.Y Plf'KIM.
I I' IIAIHI I-
Is lli-lli vi d 1 ll.it Ih"' I'lirc III i Vn
lll-lllK tlnili- fur tin- Kllll-ili- III
I'lttotmrt; A. Clair Itall-
The D.uhy Investment I'ompin.i, ttn or
riiiuatlun ioiiipo-id ot --iternl of the- i-r-lli-lalt
and stniliholdeis ot tho MI-miuii.
Kansas and T.-s.is Tinst I'ompans. ii e"
K.lBed In neBOtl.llllllT foi cheap tiael- ol
piopcity on Noith Ilioiditay and Winn
ilott. sueeti. .mil Third .ind rouitli -tints
Last ttc-ek the lompanv pun lnse-1 ol It
lli-nson a lot :!1'i feci, on Tlilnl sti.--1,
In-lit ecu lliii.idwiis and Wjandott.) rfm t,
foi ll.MO cash. The compiuy was r.pi-'-s.-tiK'd
hy 1'iod A. IlornhecU, who H the
miiiuKci of the teal estate ilepailnnnt nf
the- .Missiiuil, Kansas and Texas Tiust
romp ins. 'flic Diiliy conipmy has lu n
ui-KOtlatlnu foi some time for a tiact mi
l-'oiirtli sticct, liitwee-n l'.ioailwns and tt
audotte slic-et. but the- deal has not In u
. locel lii'eause the pilco dcmaiidid ha-.
In'i'ii moie than the lotiipans ivlshed t.i
pas. .Ml. llornheck left for Chic iho li-i
Tui'silas e-veiiluir, pie-sumalily .on liusin.
imiii-i teil with the .oinputis. 1,1 Is n.mial
It hiipposi-l I'S thi- le-.il i state luiiKi-is Hi ii
til.- liithy -.oinpanv N simply a iriin Ii ut
tin- Knniis l'lt.t, I'lttsliuris .t llulf ioid
and ill it tin- punhisi's, I In- llrst ol will. Ii
was made last weih, ate 111 tin lutciest ol
'll'ls'tho'uKlit tt.uts villi In lioiiKht, on.- at
a tune, Juii -is the Siloelc Yards i"inipan.i
liuiiKlit tiaets ill the West hottouis .ilnuii
two tears awo. All ul the piopc-rl iihlih
the b.uliy company has Imn ui-ciitliiiliiK
rm- Is nvulllllili fell sWllc'lle'S, Willi ll li'llils
e-olcir to the lielle-f thnt a lullroul eutnpans
Is the te.it lius-r.
ThmiKh pme and simple, and so mild
It mlBiit lu- usnl hy ans child.
Yet SUZODONT Is " swltt and sure
That niiiuth and teeth tilth woiulioiis Ppee-cl
1'ioin laiiar ami from taint are find
Till thes Uecuiiii- sweet, tililie ami pure.
tlarriiKii l.lifiisis Is. mil.
Tlie followliiB couples v.eie jtstcrdn
censed to it cut
Nitiie-s. .... i m
riieslct W Lopiland, lliillein, .lo....
Yestn Htiuscl. ll.il lent, .M
Oluf Stiaiimu, Kaiis.m City. .Mo
.Mats jiihiuou Kansas I'lts. .tlo
Cliailcs JJ. Iliilloel;. Kani.is City, Mo.,
DiKS 11 U e. Westpmt, -tlo
Mati-ison IM top, .Smllhtilli-, .Mo
Nellie M.utln. l.lnUi Ille, Alo
Tlioini llarncc, Kansas ("Its. .tlo......
Julia Kins. Kansas Cits,' .Mo
Andrew J. Kutli, Kansas i'lts, Mo.....
Maae 1. iiuusini, ni, I.UIUB
IVhN It lines. Kansas City
Jlollle Uuliatihs, Kansas I'lly
J J Hmlth, Knii.sas t'lty
Uthel I,. Trlhhle, Kansas city
William Dunn, l'.l Dorado, Kas
Uutfle lioKiey. I'eliln, 111
The followltiK births were reported to
tho lioud ot health sesterd.iy
.ttatiiA. auiue-s .inn i
IlleU; bus I Matcrnlts
hospital, .Maich I
t'olllns J. S und ItOdC C: Birli 1037 llroad.
was . March 3
The followliiK deaths weie icportcd to
tho board of health sesterdayj
.Malm., Intaiit. Much 0. STW Cherrs 1 pre.
matiiie blith; burial lu foicst Hill cenic-
l.e-'nion", Theodore, used 3; March 5, 13-0
liiutu; dlphtiieilu, builal lu I'lilou cemc-
llcliuerdlnt-er: Infant! March 5; Titenty
thlrd unit AKiies; i;astro-euteiltis; buriul In
Aide-is, Joluii uped K; March t; ?.) Kail
eus; ubct-ss; burial tu lllmwood ceinetei),
I'eniihiBton, .tlrs. Mars, aped iUj Match
5; -Jl-Jl Cliailotte, paialssls, burial In His,.
1'eter und I'aui's cenn Icrj.
Crattfoid. W. D.i used 31; March 6; Mil
Locust; consumption; burial In IClmwood
l''atrweathcr, Mrs, Mary; aged U: March
3; 110S Main; septicaemia; burial tn Kim
wood eemeters. .. ....,
Andereon; Infant; March 6; 1100 East
Nineteenth; Inanition; burial in Union
McMahon, William; Infant: March 3; 171S
(rote; pneumonia; burial in Mount tit.
Mar 'a eemeters.
Btewlart, Carroll & Smith, undertakers,
121i W -ilaut street. Telephone 1913.
Doerlc in person.
:w Dotted Swiss.
nn.. ilr.iM.I iMiiinrlnltoM iltrcct frnniSwltz-
ctland will lio plnced on sale TO. DAY.
The Xovcltlci lu lltited effects nnd solid
colors fnr surpass the tiuiKlilllccnt stock
last scar, ttlilcu wni an soiu uy .vuiy i.
mi... v...... .....I c.lli. Illtii.-vPtiilr.Vellow
IIU ,".J ....'. -...- ....- . -
and lli-llotiopu uro chartnln-r nnd will t
i'cceilliii!ly popular lu me mil urcss ns
well as tna si'pai.ue vvuisi.
.pi... r...,iiti.,a tu.. tlm 1io.tr tin over Im
ported and tho pi Ices tho lowest. Now
cotnu and see them.
TO-DAY vto will sell
D-J palts runcy fcolloped Pillow Shams,
woith -', for !..
M palts extra lino stitched nnd scolloped,
woith MSi, for t:M.
A new line oC Dimity llrllll.ints A new
I'alirlc In White and somo r.mcy Colors
liandsomes ,"00 und 5.1c.
.ih r.ihtlc Dept., 1st lloor.
1'ioui suintilcs shown fiom other Ftorcs,
wo Und tli.it it larfio iiiimheraro last j-enr'H
p.itti-iui liters one of ours Is new, Includ
liiK M icU -.i'le and .Vic.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
Over -'00 Teotli i:trnutcil Daily XO
I'AI.N OK DANHKU. Aitilldal Teeth
tvitiT.iiiteil to l-'it Perfectly. Dccnyctl
tiiul itflilnsr teotli, if tvoi'tlt it, lillml iiml
725 IU3AEN STREET
ALTMAtl, KAULBACH & CO., Props.
Casily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
iii'iitiii), ami all tlie train
of utlUfioiuriirly errors or
-, me remiitsoi
s etc, Hill Htr-'UiUli, iK'Wl.
. ,i 1 opuiciitnudtuiiuKlveiito
i-V)Ni II, -J-0i'veryuri.'iiu ami portion
(ti'iYi.rK olilielmily. Sluipip.nat.
lAiknlm) ur- methods. linuu-ilU
li ill HV 'I nt n luiiiruteuient men.
Kallurti luipostlbli-, J.lXHl lefe-reuirs. Hoot.,
t-xphiiiutiou and moots mailed (bcaled) lice.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL.
The Ilr. Ilnrvejr
Human Hand Truss.
- W3T IKE USIM1 (0UR FINGtRS
i,I -tou KSOW HOW THAI 131
Tor Sricrtrttro ClrcuUrt Addrew
11. 1. I'JM HNO.f .1 CO., 80L MieVrU
j;uua imuaini:, h.vabas uitv, HO,
AflflOtnTHLY ODRHS. ! 9
llsirlagt ntMt ul uictall worje bj niriUkTi. If
fclltca ta cuotloue t Minor tonu ! prvlruae
WOODBURY'S PACIAl SOAP.
l"orthaSlln. Kcalp and Complexion. The re.
3ultof . i.'.iro' e'sporlunco treatlne the Skin.
A hook on IJe'rmiitolncy with each cako. All
clruBNta. Also ttoodtiury s AnttseptloSbav
Inu bllcks and liars. Hair Tonlo. and clear akin
treatment. Jons H.WooDBUur. Dermatologist,
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