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TUB KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 10, 1805.
JTH iXlMHV 'lUX r- mi f TSiS "
NEWS bTTHE DAY,
I It siMiim tr.r.
nx-Commllencr of IVnslons nretn I!
lit mi t in the m
The World tell nhv lb Times Is making
war upon Goicrnor Stone.
v in kr was iilvci I -t nlvht by th
li i . Mrn s Athlttl i li K
i n r i ill r hn -no'i r f irl m sHriliy
t . imp i ' r i i ' n 1
Two han who comrrittcl lhe tnsgtofllce
robberies were arreted yesterday.
in i i rcmitrkit-
I t i -a i f t ' v. r
Tom ny Ujm mul .too Chojn'kl villi lie
fvn at titc Auditorium teinnrraw oven
i i 'tint j- ft"rt yesterday nil off Hie
salary nl Deputy Miuhal Joseph I). Kcsh
Hcli n t.ecr, who attempted "nitride n
f w days Hfo, 1 mill In a pre nrlou ran
ilitlon A jure- nf dttcctlvo v nrk In which two
tn n n cited u k spoilt I b) a policeman
Consresmnn and Mr John C. TlMtiey
nrrlvi l in tli city yesterday mornlhR from
Minnsrr Mtttnlnit will leave this evening
for Miln inker to attend tho Western
in in ii in iv of i can of counterfeiter
tun l i n o li til Hint; spurious colli in
this p iv for seveinl elnys.
The boli nf n murdered Infnnt rt" found
et. r Mi in the n ir of a budding nl Thlr-
t. n ti. in 1 Pnrx lie till
Governor Stoic scores the pdl'nrs of tun
Kansa C.ty paper nnd gives his aide of
the poll e commissioners' controversy.
The auction ptm or selling lul cstito
sMI! be iniiugui ncd to-morrow enmlng by
the Ileal Estate and Hlock exchange.
uu h 1 in 1 dux was lit 11 just nujit by
tho properii mi tier Interested In having
n 1I1 1 in Hie vicinity of Seventeenth
find lMly -.trceis
Hi tier it lltitip4tle
New V. ork l tvpeetlnK 7 cent Ra,.
I5v-I'rf'tdent Uirrlion I gettlnn better.
Pleiet.itnl l housed up on tho Violet dur.
Ink- the preiiilence of n northwctir
Secret.irj Orciham l reported onewhit
wor , but hU condition Ii not regardel as
1 olotinl Colt hni been tintalned for hl
a 'ion In tlrlnu on .1 mob at Wellington
Hod) of KuRene Hhodeu, of Hutchinson,
Ka , who wni drownel on the jllbe, h 13
i,A Jl?,?mot!xo , "tplodei at rove tatlon,
I'a , klllinc the llrem in Instantly , and fatal,
ly iioundlns another nnn.
There Ii a proipeit of a compromlso on
an election bill In the legislature.
Parkhurst and Sim Jones will soon begin
work on the outpoitsofslii in St. Louis.
K llltl H.
Thirty earloids of grain hue been sent
to the lUlTcrera in Western Ian is.
Laurence women propop to tee that
1m1nlclp.1l reform Is ftarted In thit tlty this
aK,n1h'i''!;e3 1.1,x" 1"'cn nlc1 ntrilnit
i'?r .! Pbe and Goiernor .Morrill will
haio them liiiestUattd at once.
Thn 1 rrltnrlt .
Oklahoma legislature has adjourned
1 on Ign.
Japanese hale occupied Kol.an.
ANOTHER MEETING H ELD.
I'ropirtj Ouiiiri lit termini ,1 i
Mutlutt ut tin, Uj ,,r -. iiiititntli
anil Hull Slr In.
Another meeting was hold last night at
Belinder's hall at heienteenth and Holly b
property owners Interested tn tho question
of building a MadiiLt Incline from that
nelghborhoo 3 down to the btoclt inrji
thus making anolher outlet from Kjn-,is
City to nnd through Armourdalo 'lhe
meeting was lirgelj auendetl and muuh
interest was eilnued In the project, al
though not a In tho preiious tnt-utings
wis there a lotul absence of opposition.
The meeting was presided oer ,1 :vt
I'ltterson nnd T N. Ulrch was secrciarj
I--City Engineer John Donnelly w .s pres
ent with preliminary plirs of thn nroiiosed
structure, which ho Jwll preraretl with
tho assistance of -the city e(.stnecr s force
since last Saturdij night's meeting. He
spread hli diallings out upon a large
table, and, after imports of committees,
proceeded with the request of the meeting
to explain them.
Wallace I.oie, chairman of the commit
tee on Information for lhe piesi.. reported
that he had 1 1-iteel nearly all the papers
In the city and had been assured of cor
dial support as far as he had gone.
Engineer Donnelly produced two sets of
plans, cither of whleh was thought tens
Ible One starti d .11 the bluff from Seicn
teenth street ami followed the line of
Si enteenth street, ninety -eight feet high
In thealr at the highest point of the trestle
to the Jum tion of Sei enteenth streein and
Genesee street, a distance of 2 170 feet,
The othei plan starts the titstle at a point
on Allen nienue S) feet south of Seven
teenth street nnd runs it down 11 est 01 er
the tracks 1 G'i feet at an eleintlon of
eighty feet at the highest point to I.Iberty
Mreet where a tran-,iere trestle along
Liberty street with .1 1 pir cent Incline
lets the laduct to the street surface both
west nnd eat of the Junction In less than
two blocks This structure Mould cost, Mr
Donnelly estimated, about S1KW0 to build,
iihlle tho one from Seventeenth street
proper to Cltneseo street with tranverse
approat lies on Genesee street would cost,
he slid, ibout $1 H,W .Mr Donnelly said
either liduct would be about fifty fed
above the tricks at the lowest point. lie
Intimated that should a street tar line
run oier It the Mb iiouli likely hne to
be eloped up as the iMy height of ninety
eight or cicn fifty f 1 t would scare some
traiel awav Mr Donnelu spoke encour
agingly of the iitojict (i ml sail when the
Immense benefits were tal'fn Into consid
eration there was no rea on In the world
why tho il.iduct should not be built this
Aldermen Hyssell, ICIdwoIl nnd Morrison,
all of whom were present, Here called up
on for remarks, ranh pledged his support
to the project, ihhh he said was ulong
the lines of Improiement and enterprise
Alderman Klduell Intimated that the only
consideration in the unv was the large
amount of money required to build the la.
Alderman Morrison said the money might
bo provided If the proper amount of en
ergy were Injectid Into tho agitation of the
matter II said tht action of the stock
Yards Company and other prhato eoipora.
tlor.s Interested would hao a good deal
of weight In settling tho attitude of the
city toward the project when It enmo down
to a consideration of nrproprlitlons He
tald the Stock Yards Company was the
'most ltally Interested party and Its ac
tion Mould lntliience the railroads and
other Interested corporations In their ac
tion. Hnglneer Donnelly suggested th it a com
mittee of live be appolntrd to Iniustlgate
nrd report at the next muting what the
landings could be secured for on the blufr
He said one brick an 1 two frame dwellings
would hae to be remoi.d and while their
present value was not such as tn interfere
Mlth the Plan there might be a disposition
1e eloped that woulj ue these phces of
property for obsirut tlon purposes He said
it would no or do to get tho proposed via
duct tied up In tondi mnatlon prn'.edlngs
like those that ha 1 kept tho Wyoming
street laduct suspended In mld-alr for
the last six yeata
Mr. Donnelly's suggestion for the np.
polntment of a committee to look ufter
cost of property tor a lindlrg was acted
upon and the chair appointed H I! Llght
ner. A. fS Ilellnder, Alderman A 11. Craig.
August Johnson and A llrlnk
J 1' Knuncrt ne-t took the door and
tald he did not think It neecMaiy to turn
the iladuet around onto (Jenesee street
In order to get to the ground Ho thought
that the trestle ought to be kept right on
upon Seventeenth stit until It leached
the street He said the Stock Yard Com
pany owned the ground and muld well
afford to turn II In for that purpose, a lit.
tie of It especlalli ar that cnmpmy was
even now asking faiora in the 11 uy of the
lacatlon of Hell and other public streets
He tald he did not bellcie In being m. aly
mouthc 1 about asking the Stock Yards
Company to glie up a few feet of ground
for tho benetlt of the public when It would
benefit that company more than anybody
and especially when that tompany whs
asking iv great deal more than that of tho
'"xir limine rt moved that Mr Donnelly
be aiked to draw plans with thl continua
tion of the tr-stlo on Set enteenth street
Mr Donnelly (-aid h would draw the
idans which eould certainly do no harm,
and thti" the matter nted when adjourn,
inent was taken until Saturday night,
when Colonel .Morse will haie arrlel In
the city from New York, where he h.w
been in the Interests of the Metropolitan
Mound City, Kas , March i-(Spp-Iil)
In the dlntrlct court this morning the
Jury In the case against Call In C, Conley
brought tn a verdict of murder In the
tlrst degree. Conley shot and killed Jans
Mapea at Goodrich, In IhU county, on July
TOMMY RYAN AND GHOYNSKi
I'l'iut.isi tc si w Mint un.t. bhili:..
III. lit: IH-MOUIIUl. l. HM.M1,
t'riisriinttir nf (Irril Jnterpt lln tt( 11
Anitiite.l for the Athlitle t'nrnlinl
l Dm Auditorium Hut litg
mil vpiirtlne Num.
'I he athletic carnival to be given at Ihc
Attdlterlttm to-morrow oienlng l the chief
loplo of Interett ninoni? the sport-lov imc
I fraternity. Iher hnie been 111 my spar-
rln Hhd athletic exhibition In Kansas
City, but none In which so many high'
elasa boxers npiu.ired. In Tommy Ryan
tthd Joe Choynskl the "Parson" Dnvlfs
combination ha two of the acknowledged
chatnplona In their rcupcctlve clns"-ps anil
the fart that they will don the gloves for
friendly, mlenlinc exhibition with the
beitt lorn) boer amires that the ntcr
lnlnm"nt will be one well worth wltnes
Tommy Itsmi, the champion weltei
wclRht, In. of coiire, the Ptar of the corn
blnatlon, fiom the fact that he stand to-
dnv without n rlial In the welterweight
class. Ity all's latest haul light, nnd the
ona which brought him into such proml
111 nee In hl cla, was his twenti tound
go with llllli Smith lutoie the Twin Citj
Athletic Club at Minneapolis on .lull -''
li3l. In which Hynn goth the deelslon, gli
Ing Smilh n teulble drubbing, while he s
caped without 11 si ritch Ills latest pugi
listic achievement was the knocking out of
tho once fatuous Jack Dempsev not long
since befoie the Seaside Athletic Club
l'arson Datcs, Mho has the manage,
tnent of Ilyan, Is eager lo much him
against any man of his weight In the
woild, nml If there enn ho no one found
In lty an s class to do btttle with hlt.i,
then he will haie a try at some of the
inlddli'iielhlit", most of whom would be
easy for him
Joe Choinskl, the oilier lender of the
combination, hns 1 n pulatton which Is
world-wide for cleierness nnd gmneness
Ho has engaged In m my terrlllc bittlc
and ha& won mote thin a fair shire of
them. In his I'git wlih Pitsmnnons ho nil
but knotketl the lank N 11 Zeal mder out,
and might haie done so hid he taken nd
lantage of his chance at one stigo of the
Tho progiammo foi to-moirow evening's
entertainment nils for a foui -round go
between Choynskl and Mike Madden, the
giant Mho has been entle.iiorlng to get
off n fight with Jim McCoy; .1 four-iound
go between Tommy Ity in and Ilmtnctt
Mallodv, tho local middleweight, who Is
credited here with bilng .111 exceptionally
good nun. and who Is suio to put up a
good exhibition with the iliamplon, and a
four-round go between Lou Agncw, the
lJJ-pemnd champion of Illinois, nnd Oscar
Gardner, the Omaha Kid," who Is now
matched to do buttle with ' t'o ky" De
lougherty within lour weeks Besides these
(iocs there will be wrestling and fencing
contests and an exhibition of bag punch
ing by Tommy Uym, at whUh 1'irson
Dalles is willing to man h him ngalnst the
world The mtcrt ilnineiit will be tull of
good things and will doubtless dt uv to the
Aiidltoilum 11 Urge itttt ndnnce of the lov
ers of the manlv ait ai d Its exponents,
"Parson" Danes, under whos.vmnnnge
ment the exhibition will be glven arrived
In the ettv li t nigh Th "I'nrscV" sai&
that the topic of greatest Interest In the pu
Ulhtn world 1"n t pre- tit is thlmel
Ing between Tommi- lty an and Tom Ti icey
at thltat'o on Match -i nnd the conte-t
Iftwen ChoinssI mil Dm Predion on the
following night Ilyan nnd Tracey are to go
eUht rounds an 1 Choynskl and Ciielon
seien rounds Mr Dnvlc, as a matter of
Coursu expects his men to win both of Un
contests but at tho same time he does not
undi restlmate the abilities of Tracey and
Creodon and he credits thtm with having
a chance After to-morrow night's exhi
bition the Diilcs parly will return at once
to Chtcacro wh re rtvin and Choynskl will
pi Into ictlic training for their coming con
tests About the middle of prll Mr Dalles will
take Hi in to nnplnil where h iiilt take
on nnvbody anywhere near his weight.
One of tin prim Ip il objt t ts 01 the trip
ncro"s the w it' r la to gt t on a llglu with
BOXING BOUTS AT A SMOKER.
Xiiiing Men's Athlntlo Club ne .111 Intcr
iKtlng 1'iiti rtilnim ut ut Tin lr riuli
ItlllllllS iM-t Mght
The Young Men's Athletic Club, of tho
suuthwts'ern part of the city gave a very
entertaining smoker at their dub rooms,
Southwest boulevard and Jefferson street,
last cloning The programme consisted of
box'ng ind wrestling bjuts bag punching,
clog dancing, music and other features.
The buxluti wnile no, paitlcularly stltn
illb, was Viely, and the boxei received
hearty appluue fui their earnest offoits
The Hist event was a thiee round go be
tween Jeny Mi Mahou and Jail. Tord
They went at It hammer and tongs, and
made much amusement for tho large num
ber of spectators McMahon had n, deeld.
id adiantage In weight and reach and got
the be ,t of his adversary
Chaihs O'LauRhlin nnd 'I"m Jaivls,
llBhtuelshts th. n spamd three lively
rounds O'Luughlln was too elver for his
oppom nt and casi'y gut the best of him
This wus followid by a thrie round go be.
tween Oseur elarrfner, the "Omaha Kid,"
an I It II Pi dley This wus rendered
amusing by liardnt r's amies and put the
uoiid In .1 gre it humoi Dudley winked
hard, hut hid no ihince with his d, vur
autigonlst, who could haie tnothred him
at any time The U-t tet-io was between
Crank Green and Charl-s l'oley, the latter
eally Betting th best of It. Cret-n throw
Ins un the sponge at the end of the second
round Chut I s O'Luughlln kuvo a very
pit'tiv euhlb tlon of biw punching and Da
vid I'leinlng enter ulned tho crowd with a
well executed clt.g dance J T Hurley,
one Of the ollheis of tho dub. acted as
mister of '"reirmnles.
James vrli-s and Tony Calnmerl wres
tled ciitch-as-cutch-cati eaoh winning one
l righting In the 'lirrllnry,
Tlioio Interesteil In puulllsm have been
hoplnif tint lhe bill pis-id by the lower
houe of the Oklahoma leglslatuie per
inlttlnsr (flovc tontesls in the teiritory,
would become u law, tur 'he leatoii that
ll would bring the big Corbett-I'ltz linmons
contest to this nait of the country, but it
Is not to bi v.eeterdiiy the -nute killed
the bill anl tfteetuilly settled the iiutst'on
of tlghtlug In the territory
1 iiilc lw Sbncits Crips.
Sin rt.incUin, Jlanh 9- Crank lien, the
bllllardlst, mub one of the llio oulprltB who
wro In th" iillcii court this morning
ehaigel with shooting crais They were
arrested In the Haldwln hotel bairoom
Tin urn sling polio man fulled to Hitlsfy
the Judfce ih.it tho men had been .rumbling,
and the chaises v, iu dismissed.
I'.liiri Sells Hut to t IKklininoiis.
Baltimore, Md , March 0 At the close
of lhe performance at Kernan's theater to.
night, the legal difficulties that have ex.
lstcd for some time between Captain Glori
ami I'ugillst liob I'ltzslmmons were finally
adjust d. Under the terms of the settle
ment lllort sold out to Kltstmmons all In
terest In the partnership heretofore exist
ing between them, and In the stake money
on the Corbett fight now posted la New,
f ? A &
1 JjS " fJKj r
rk. fllorl httl obtained a terelver for
the show In llnltlmorp anil the settlement
to-night ends this and nil other litigation
OFF TO THE LEAGUE MEETING.
II linger M inning Lines fur Milwaukee.
While the vvesttrn I, eigne Mill Mi it
lo'liiiirrou nml .Make 11 i Iif-tttle-
Miniitor James II M intilnir, of the Kan
sas City Ultip", will leave) this evening fit
Milwaukee, wlpre he Villi attend the meet
ing of the Western Lc.ifeiie, which Is to
be held In that city (o-moirow The meet
ing 1 an Important oh", rro'n the fact that
the schedule for the season will Ih adopted
an 1 the length of tho teuton fixed It Is
expected that the season will extend four
and a halt months from the 1st of May,
though Manager Manning and some othiis
would pnri a llio months B-usori Kan
sas City Is certain to get a good share of
the plums of lhe schedule, for nil the clubs
are antloiis lo play Ium on holki.iy dotes
Manager MiiiIiIiir thinks that the sens in
will open In K insas City utnl tint the
team will be nt home Tor Drcoiatluti d ly
and the Courtli of Julv
No otlur playeis have ,vet been signed
foi the fain, though Minnlng has been
exppctlnst dully 10 hear thai Tenny, of the
Boston bin incepted lei mi and sinned 10
pliy right lb 1 1 Teniiv Is n tntelur, bill
Is n rost man In the outlleld, and his hit
ting anl bie runnlnt ciunlltles will mike
him a valuable udJIt.ott to the team If he
i- Hi I'niii Isco Itni e.
San riatidto, Mai eh ') This wits an
other dlastious ihn tot the talent ut the
Hay District, lx stiong ravorltes being
bowled oiei, niHliiiuly In one Instniieo illtl
a favorite securo'lhc place. The principal
attraction una tho I lying stakes for .'-year-olds
at four and otie-luir furlongs,
tin. toimest distance for tho youngsters
this ycni. I!ci del llindldoi hud no trouble
In winning from Don Catrlllos nnd Perils
Ituttmin, who were the ravnrlteH In He
licttlnc; "l'lltsbiirg I'lill," who won $15k)i
vest i.iav, again asserted himself to-diy,
and quit a big winner
I list iiief site furlongs: selling, Tobv
won, I! iphiel, second, Marietta, third
''i"1"' ' '" . .,,
sceoiul 1 ice Seven fuilotigs, selling TrW
won; Not Illicit, sciond, Nurinandlo, third
rime. 1 &, , . , ,
'I bird nice l'oui nnd one-hnlf furlongs
I'lyliig stakes, :-n in -olds. Key del H indl
doM won, Don I'atrlllos. second, 1'eirls
Hiiitman, thud. Tim", 0 Mia
J'ouith Hue -Sen 11 fuilongH, w lllng
lack Jtlclielleu won Commission, second,
ftli o third Time, 1 '.Ti
1'irth rare Il.itidlcap, stcetilochise: short
ionise, about one nml one-hnlf nillis K1I
Kliitllg won, Mestor, uecond, Woodford,
lliliil Time, '! -
Sixth ince MII11 and one-qu irtcr, hnndl
ciii Ioiktacler won I'lirtllln, second,
Major McLiughlln, third. Time, 2 CS.
A t'lnllengo Tur i eire (loiild.
Denier, Col , March 3 Clnrles r Hoeck
el, whose mh hounds hale been noted
coursers In this legion foi 11. decide, sei
eial years ago took .1 fiitcy to the Har
70ls, nnd senned the thoiiiughbred puppy,
Watke, which he cle"lrcd to use both as 1
racer nnd to attempt to cross with Ills
grevhound stock lo Improve coursing qual
ities. The dog proved to be 11 wonderful
racer, nnd Ml lloet hoi, hiving he.iid a
great dell of the elo's owned by (icofge
Gould, Is desirous of giving them .in lnlc,ht
into Jick t ibblt triiks
He accordingly lsueu the following chal
lenge. "Watke, the onlv thoioughbred Itnsslin
wolfhound that hn gtoivn up In Colorado
Is entered In the coming b. nc h show to
compete with Gcoigc Gould's pilr of wolf
hounds v ltkc Is op"ii to run inv wolf
clog In Amerlii for money, mitblcs 01
chillc. Colorado wolies nre birred
"C '. HOLCKHL"
ynv Orleans Hnrcs.
Xev Orleans, La, Match 0 Seventy
eighth day Ciescent City Jot key Clubs
wlntet meeting Weather line; track
l'lrst race 1'urse; six- furlongs, rirevlty
won; blink, second; Ilounlc H , third. Time,
Second race Selling; live furlongs. Nell
riahcrty won King Craft, second, Gold
Dust, third Time. 1 Ol'i.
Third race I'urse, seven furlongs Ilobert
Luti 1 on; Ixlon, second; Chimes, third.
Time, 1 "31.
Courth rice II indlcap; six furlongs
Ileioilv won Marsh ill, second; III llen
ly. thlid 'lime 1 17"..
rifth race Si lllng: one mile I'd Itrown
won. Alibi, see ond, JIe:otlnt, third. Time,
Itesults ill I ist M. Louis.
St Loul- M 1 , Miircli 1 Clrst ra"e
rurso: 2-jc.ir-olds: threc-elclitlis of a mile
Miss Lyon won l.thclb ah. second, Nellie
Clelds third Tim. 0 As
Second nice Selling nlne-fclxtecnths of 1
mile. Censor won Hat Tucker second,
Selma third Time 0 M
Third rice I'urse: three-quarters of a
mile, for 3-vear-olds N'em ihv won, rinke
wooel, second, Uainey Lai aw ay, third.
Time 1 "..'
Courth race Ilandlcip, thlrtecn-slx-teenths
of a mil- storekeeper won: San
Jll.11 second, Mohtcnn third Time, 1 271J
rifth 1. ice Selling live-eighths of a mile
I'.iulctte won Jim Heid, second, ld Gart
land. third. Time, 1 03
ltisllllt. lit 1Illtll-i.il.
St Louis, Mo, March 9 rirst race
rive-elghths of a mile. La cigala vioii'
Montana llelle, second, Shy Illlen, third.
Time. 1 0T.a,
Second race Nine-sixteenths of a mile
Coin tney won, Paddv Flynn, second,
Iiany Wnrren, thlid Time, 11 Vi.
Third loce llleven-slxieenths of a mile
Mnnola won ICatlo Mac, second, Chance,
third Time. 1 1J
I'ouith race SW furlongs Tom Tough
won; Tip, second, luiposter, third. Tlmo,
l'lftb race One mile Pestilence won;
Iilnh Mlko, second, I'at Woodcock, third
Time, 1 13
Hiltliniiro l'lnycis Hh-tliiute.
Haltlmoie, March S It now appears
hlghlv prohibit' that the li iltlmoro Hasc
ball Club which starts on Its Southern
tour Monday, will be minus four of Its
crack player Jennings Kteler, Kelley and
Meilraw Manager II.111I011 declares he
will not recede fiom hi- decision regarding
salaries, believing he his offered every cent
the players aio entitled to The above
named y onus men seem equally determined
to either beeute the advance asked for or
not Join tho team. Among the loeni enthu
siasts opinion respecting the merits of the
case is about equally divided
Acinn Iteiii ling Cluti.
The Acmes rolled on the Itoynl alleys yes
terdav, Imln making the top score with
431, The score:
Strikes. Spares. Total
Irwin 7 n 4")1
Watte fi r. m
Ilpperson 7 IS s":
llirso 0 U .fio
Met4rr 1. 13 4iJ
Wilcox S 11 4115
Hale 1 11 m
Ilarton 7 13 41s
Wood '! li cits
Pleronet B i: 417
Dry Hoods Item Hug Club.
The weekly roll of tho Dry Goods Howl
ing Club was held on tho Itojal alley hst
outline. Tho score
Strikes. Spares. Total
Hasklns H 3 471
Dickinson 7 U 4'.'
Huberts ft 11 4H.
Marshall 7 10 412
G. Hasltln ' 1'. 4jl
Carmen 3 11 ate
Johnson 4 7 I'M
Kuiisis I'lty eyelids' Hun,
The Kansas City Cyclists will make a
run to-day from the club hnuso nt Fif
teenth and Harrison streets to Waldo and
return lU Weetnort, a distance of seven
teen miles Capt iln Mai.clevllle will be In
eomniand and says that the start will be
made precisely at 10 15 o'clock Club mem
bers are urged to turn out and bring their
ftli arts with them.
Intern itliiiuil Chens MiHrii,
New York, March S The cable chess
match between the Manhattan Chess Club,
of this city, and the Hrltlch Chess Club, of
London, opined this forenoon. After pluy.
lug until late In the afternoon It was seen
that It would be luiposisiblc to finish the
games, so by mutual consent tho match
was called u diaw
A It 110 for thn llrlt unit 1.
Monte Carlo March 0. The Prince of
Wales' yacht !,trlttanla won the grand prlx
do Monte Cai.o from Cannes to Monaco
Point, a dlst ini e of nbout thirty-one miles,
defeating Ccra'r, Vulkyrle and Occtta..
Alba did not rao owing 10 the fact that
Jaws of her gal' broke Just b.foro the
start. Tht prUe (jas lO.utiO francs.
I lie bprtlug -nle.
St.,I.ouls won (fa:; Little Jtock yester
day by the score L" to 1.
The Chicago an lavllle league learns
will play u game lveston to-day.
Manager Watk s received a tele
gram from Cln. continuing the re-
pott that Cross Whltrock, l'lsher,
(fcsCarthy. and end had beea re-
ALL APPLICANTS TREATED FREE!
Dut the Right Is noscrvotl to at Onco Discontinue Free Trent-
ment nt Any Time It May Bo Found Necessnry to
Do 0 on Account of the Number Applying.
lir. Copelnml in l Mrannimn w II not
how-ver, uvirerow I 11 lr olllce Su h v
tra ra Illtles as ai it their disnitl ti
bine proilded for this period. Tin number
of new patients how n r, of necessity must
be 1 1 stlh lei Within tin limit or pcis-lbllltv
of deliberate personal taie and attention
to cneh one brs. Copelnnd and Ilratinmnn
theiefcue reset ve the right to discontinue
this offer nt any time, If It should be found
littessiiry to do so, on anotliit of the num
ber apply Iiir. Notice or such illscontlnu.
mice, If It should be found necessary to
make It, would be glien by printed an
nouncement In these eolutniis.
All Heat tnent free No charge whatever
for professional services. The patient re;
quired to pay nothing except the actual
eost of IhtJ medicines he uses. This to nil
patients, old as mil n pew.
A l'i:V lit KIT ION"
To facilitate a "search of the svatem for
e itnrrh," here are a few lnipl questions,
answets to any or nil of which may bo
penellel opposite and brought personam'
to Dt. Copelinel or mailed by those living
nt .1 distance In either case the applicant
m ly feel nssuted of retilving tho speediest
telief nnd cure possible to the present le
sources of mcdlcil science:
Do vou havo head-Spells of drowsiness?
ache" '1 endertiess vf head?
tn what part7 Tnee pile, or llushed?
Shnrp or elull? 1 ace vdlon;
Spells of dlyslness? Anv blolches?
TilU NOSH. ,
topped up? Sense of smell 1m-
Scales foim7 pBlied?
Dn' . Uleed easily 7
He ry illschnigo? Nose cvei injured by
Mucous dlschiigef blow7
Noises In the cars? Do they Itch?
Any burring fOunds?DIscharge?
Laradiof Hearing Impilred?
Intlnnied? Vision lninalred?
Lids sor? Specks beforo the
Smirtlng or hurnlng?Dos reading hurt
I.IiIh fpnl flrv7 eltpen?
Aching pains' Du vou weariglisses?i
1 111; 111 lit J AT.
Is It cleir? Mucus drop Into the
Div ami parched? thro it.'
Inllimed? Cm you hawk It up"
rid.llng sensation? Choke when lying
Any ulcers' Voice hoarse and
Hacking cough? husky7
Any pains or soro-Whec7lng in chest?
ness Shoitness of breath?
In what part7 Couc.lt up mucus?
sharp or aching Of what color?
pains? I'liiBh iilght7
When? M Iku most nlinoylng
Are thev constant? Sleep well"
Any tlghtiesa 0f.M1.ht sweits?
lungs" Any hemorrhage of
Dltllcnll breathing? lungs"
Any asthnnf twilling of limbs?
Appetite good.' Hi 11 tburn?
nv dlstre'3 aftriournenf
ineils ' V onlt'ng of food?
Any palns7 l'nqueiit nausea?
leised by tho Cincinnati club, the Western
L. iguc club of In II lnnpolls
Cirtcr, the Yale ,! . In r, hns reduced his
bitten candidal, s fioni twenty pitchers
10 eight, and fiom sixteen c Uchcrs to six
Hlekok and Muriliv hive been looking
for n pioailslng sprinter among Ynlo c.indl-dite-
for tho track teim but their elTorts
so far bite not been successful.
Uncle Hilng. of the Cincinnati League
team, has a big Mi Ing of pliyers on his
stair, but Ihete d'.s not appear to be any
anxletv to get tin nt away from him
Chailov bbey iys that the Phll.idel
phli and bt Leuls clubs are the ones
which, In Ha Judgment, will furnish the
surprises ol the coming baseball s-oison
Denny Hnule, 1 clever ynungstci from
Cohoe-, hat been nken South with the
New York club He Is ,1 fellow townsman
of Ccptiln Dail- and 13 regarded as a
J hero nre now but two teams In the
Western Association tint hive n cbnnci
for second pli -Omaha and llockford
The othci slv. uams have already won the
Hanlon's men obeyed his order of
"glasses down nt the banquet last full
Now they w int ll.inlon to obey theirs It
re id-, "hinds up." Kelly and Kcelc r want
j.' VX each.
Chatles l'e ttv resents the Insinuations
that he Is i has been," and writes from
Memphis that he will puzzle tome of tho
strong-irm Western batters when tho sea
Ilniilon 1 trying to trado Honner to
IJrooklyn for a player, presumably Tom
Hums IK tificred Honner and Cleason to
tho l'hllhes for Taylor, but only got a cold
smile In reply
Tho new rmnd stand nt Biltlmoro will
have sepiritt dressing rooms for the um
pires 'lhe litter will not object It will
sive them leueh abuse, lor the Orlolej were
ugly laot p. ason.
Judging In Mr Freed man's effort to get
Hnllmun, th. Philadelphia second b iseman,
the pres.dcnt of the Now Yotk elub dots
not sh ne 1 m.iger Dills' confidence In
Staftoi.l s ab my.
A game of tascball In Cuba two weeks
ago had 12 M0 Haiana people In atten I
anee, and a gang of rooters present who
woull put tile St. Louis or Cincinnati
ctowds to the blush.
The Cincinnati Iteds, started In 1S0D. wore
really the Hi at piofesslonal ball team In
this country The Athletics, of Philadel
phia, had professional players on their
team several yenis prloi to that time
Perry Coughman, tho young. Inflelder
signed by Mnu.ifccr Watkins, of tho Iti
dlunapolis team, Is said to bo a coiner. He
Is .3 years of age, and experts say that he
ll III be the star of tho Western League.
Thu new Hon rand stand In course of
erection at Churchill Downs Is almost com
pleted, and vlsltois on Derby day will be
able to sit In It, sheltered from tho hot
rays of the sun when tho great event Is
Nell Sullivan, of Ilariard, will captain
thu Cape. Mav ball team during the coin
ing season Phil King and Cipt Un Illnkc
ley. of this season's Untierrity 01 Pennsyl
vania team, will again play with tho crack
Little Dan Sweeney, of the Loulsvllles, Is
tho' shortest man In the profession He Is
oien shorter than ' Cupid child" or
"Ilrownle" Mtiiphy Dannie Coogan, the
Senators' new catcher. laulso .1 midget,
welching less than IJI pounds.
At a muting of the Sprlngilcld lllcydi
Club Tucsdas night tho board of iliiecturs
reported favorably on tho proposition to
hold the yearly tournament nt Hampden
park If approved by the racing bond
tho dates of the meeting will be September
10, 11 and 12
The directors of the I'nlietsity of Ml di
Igan Athlctlo Association have onlerrd
hick dins In the American intercollegiate
Assoetitlon of Amateur Athletics for the
last nlno years to be pild Tho university
will send a team to thu Intercollegl itu
meet If the men shoi, up sulilclently well
Zlegler, the California cy dM. will come
Hast In May und compete In all the L A
W. National circuit race meets, llo says
he will proie, before the sea.v-011 ends, that
his victories ovei Singer. Johnson and
other noted llycrs; In the National chain,
ptonshlp laces at Denier last year were
not Ilul.es Aftir the season doses he will
beioinu a profeSblonal and challenge .I111.
merman 'lhe Callfoinlan bolieics he can
tal.o "ZlmmyV measure In a l.itu.
"Plttsbuig Phil" claims to hale another
tlnd In his u-y uai -old. Aliplaus.'. The only
2-year-old which ho thinks coiill hmo bt it
hlo put last tall Is Hurry Heed Applause
is ci tend tor the Ch cagei Deiby and other
big sl.ik. of thu West. The Plttsburrf
plungci will iirobubly race In Chicago an J
n other puits of the West this year, lie
ilalius in hue .1 stiotm tip that the New
Jersey tracks villi bo allowed to open.
Smith says that he will go to Hngland next
Auihe.sfc and probably all college ree
ords foi totul strength were, broken
Wednesday afternoon by Henry . Lane,
"j6 of ix.ene N II. Tho Hume .110 nut
y.t inula public, but lnbtiuctor Nulllgan
says, that Lanes total was phenoinuul
uihI can be btatcii by but few men In tho
WuiM t.ane is un wreiin jniu..i, uui
bus uii.r rcpicseiited Amherst on an ath
letic leuni He Is one of the ilrst four '
t. lu.i ir-. In th . i-ctilor class, and a member
of Phi Hcta Kappa,
C J Hamlin ha bought At haul o? S.lWi
and will caiunilgn hlin this year. IK
! a notible uddltlon to the V llago I'.irin
siring aid lie will be entered In laces f u
the 2 20 cli s at all tho leidlng meets 10
1 hldi emrles nre open, llo was brcei hi
U.cige Warl.w of t'j-enno. Cal , and glv s
in .mle of being ono of tho great J-ycar- 1
olu-- of thi season. The Hamlin havo six
ty -thu horses In training ut tho Drlvlrg
park for the campaign of lS9o. Two string
will be put in the Held In charge of Heir
and Chailes Lyons. Thu stable will betln
tliM season "t Hed Oak, la., and from thcio
will go to -Minn apolls. thence to La Crosse,
Wis, nnd after that to, Saginaw, Mich.
Thereaft r tho route will be down the
xtnnv r.isio.n ntrincrn which have been
cpcti nn the T'atprn race track 111 least
seatous have been driven trora that clr-
h irp or dull? Itieilh offensive?
Anv bloating or lielcli-Tongue coated '
ing' timwlng scnsttlon?
I.d h up food or ras"l'nlpll itlon of h irt?
ny hcvtlness" iw taste in mouth?
Till: IIOVVKLS . , .
llegulnr? Sharp or dull pains?
Constipated? Any bloating? .
Loose fsc cathartics?
.Move how often? llowels easily moved?
t'nlns In back? Color7 , . .
Sharp or aching? Are you feverish?
Il.nl, ,. Artl,? Clrtt. I,efilt7
Hrlliate often? Hyellds puffed?
Hum in urinating? Hands nnd feet swell?
ni:xi:itAti svsriiM. ,.
Arc jott nervous? Joints swell?
'lire enslly7 Aty eruption on
Tired mornings? body?
Cold hands and feet?Where?
,H -!..!.. - InC, bl.lnCtllnnd II ttcn?
,11 IlKII. 11 let pint . ,wv - .. .----- fc.
Hones ache? Sm ill watery plm-
Have chills? pies? , , .
Take cold easily" Had scrotum
Anv rheumatism? . ,, , ,
Copelind rjsteni of trtnlmcnt the least
expensive, while most cilldeiit known.
Cltll'l'l.l.l) H C.l'.M'.
Ncbraskii's I'liinepr 1 illtor fun d by the
t'opeliinil Mull 1 rciitiiiciit.
Mr C T Iliyln, Nebraska's pioneer crtl
toi, formerly of the la"Ofih City Mill,
later of the 'et I'olnt ltepubllcnn, writes:
' Vfler snrferlnir from the l-rlll. With scl
eral seveie relapses, 1 became so prostrate
nnd enfeebled thit In June last my condi
tion wns pronounced hopetess The trouble
had rcH. lied the heart nnd the kidneys, nnd
my limbs were so alfected as to necessltito
the use of dutches In walking I wis
then adilsed bv friends to try the Cope
land mill treatment, and after writing for
a sy inptom blank began the treatment nt
once. As a result, my hi alth Ins been
completely restored, no s'gn nor seed of
the dlseise being left In my system. The
treatment was mistcily lu eicry sense
of the word "
for mill treatment, send for symptom
I UK M.W l.l'Ml 1 KIlvnirNT.
The new lung remedy. now In ruch favor
with leading lung -pc iallsts throughout
the country, nn 1 creelltrd to Dr Copelnnd
ns a new nnd absolute Iv orlglml medical
dicovcrv should not escape the ittentlon
of anv of tlM-e in our midst who hive con
tracted "In I colds" during the long Elege
of bad weather.
DRS. C0PELAND & BRANAMAN.
M ( OM) I I IIOIIi
lO'JI-lll-C. Will II lit St., Killl-HN City, Mo,
Specialties Citirrh Asthma, llronchltls
Nervous Discuses, Hhmtnntlm. Consump
tion nnd all Chronic Affeitlons of the
Throat, Lungs, Stomach, Liver nnd Kid
otllcp Hours- 9 a m to 12, 1 3H p. m. to
C, 7 to S p. in. Sunday, 0 a. in to 2 p. m.
cult to the West bv the adverse ictloa of
various legislatures 'lhe H iw thorne and
Hiirltm tracks near Chi. ago, will get 1
liti-c shire of tho c-vck stables this year,
as there will be no V ashington pnk meet
ing The Hawthorne secretary announced
on Tu. sdiy that Marcus Daly had asked
for thirty stables and woultl enter twentv
tlie hojses, Jacob Hupport, Ji , applied
for twenty-Ill e stibles for tnenty-two
horses, j J McCilfrcy want3 twentv-six
stables for a string of twenty-two racers,
ll (1 Headlev will have ten J I! Morris
will hive sixteen nml !v ron McClelland
fourteen hor-es Other npplk mts for st 1
hs neeoinmod itlon are as fillows. W P
xingrane twenty, J Cashing, twenty
Charle s H Smith, nine; l'red roster,
A DEPRAVED MOTHER'S ACT.
she l'nlsnns lliriii of Her Cllllelri 11 With
Morphine 1 11 ei of 1 lie tu Ant I)c id.
St Louis, Mo , March 1 A special to the
Republic from Paris, Tex., Fay si A shock
ing double child murder wis committed
thiee miles southwest of Itoxton, a small
town fifteen miles southwest of here. Last
nlr-lit. Mis Mollle Carruthers, tho wife of
William Cantithcrs, a icspectible, well-to-do
farmer, vent to her room and givo
her three children large quantities of mor
phine. This mornli g her husband, who
wa sleeping ill another loom, heaul heavy
bieatblng In the ihlldren's apartments,
and, on going there, found two of the ehll
clien In a heai v stupor, Horn Willi h he was
unable to (House them Mrs Carrutheis
sill that sho had given them some chill
Phyhlclins were summoned, but could do
rothlng for the two younrest, one 11 and
the othci I yeais of nge. und at 'I o'clock
both were dead The oldest, a gill of 11,
recovered and is now out of dinger. An
Investigation was begun and In a few
huurs .Mrs Cnrruthers and Jim strange
were nrrested. Thev who biought hue
to-night nnd lodged In Jill
After her niicst Mrs, Carruthers admitted-
that she had given the chlldieu
morphine for the purpose of killing iliem
She said thnt It wus dono to get them out
)f trouble and th.it she Intended to follow
them It developed, however, thit she and
her husbands vi cie on bad terms and that
Strange was -the enuo of It Sho had left
her husband orn e nnd gone away with
Strange, but Can others had followed bet
nnd took tho 1 hll Iron from her 'Hits
caused her to rttuin home. She hud been
cnnylng on a sent concspondein e witli
Sliangc, and pipeis nnd other evidence
In the possession of the olllceis show that
Mis Call utile rs and Strang" had pi inned
to dostioy the children and then leavu
(illtl. S.WI.OK ON A MAl'.SHIl'.
May loiviisenil CI ilius tn Hni.. Ktrieel on
the XI emit rey ,
Seattle, Wash, March 9 A remarkable
story Is publlsheel here of a girl who
served on the United States coast defenso
vessel Monterey for seven weeks disguised
ns a boy. According to the girl's story,
sho was born In St. Cloud, Minn , fifteen
years aco, and was named .May Town
tend Last May tho girl inarrlea a brick
Mason named Laic, but bhe pined foi the
sea, and, donn'n boy's attire, enlisted as
.1 plnmb.r's appientlin un tho Monterey.
A"i ording to nei siory , three of the of
ficers knew hit sex, also tho plumber.
She says sho sailed to Portland nnd then
to Sin Pranclsco on tho Miinteioy, Tho
plumber tlnilly put her nshoro because ha
bought her secret would be discovered,
Thu girl nlo claims to havo been on tho
Motile 111 an I the Independence, but this; Is
ll.liltllOHIAI. l'.vi l-.iors.
'I biro Is No luck or Iiultiiiliinls Mho
c urn fur Pi. .
Washington, March 9 (Special ) Daniel
Moian, forinoily of Llbeity. but now of
Itound Pond, Is after the appointment of
United States attorney In one of the judi
cial districts In the Indlnn Tetrltoiy. II iv.
Ing at one time Hied In Mr. Dockcry's ills,
tidt, he Is suppuscd to havo a Dockeiy
Colonel H. M. ITournoy, of Hyan, I, T
1 nine In to-day to take back with hint the
appointment as marsh il for tho Southern
dlstrle t. He his u mill from what Is known
us the "west Hide" 111 territorial politics,
and ho Insist that lu tho event tho as
pirants on tho west sldo get In trouble, and
establish the fact that none of them Is
III fur tho olllce. he would tukot by wuy of
aiding the aduiliilotiutlon
A MKAM UtOM M.W ll. Ml'slmtr.
Itcpublli ins I'p Tin m Want Iteeil or .Mc-
Klnley for Preside ill,
Manchester, N. II., March 9. An after-
noon paper to-day announce the result of
the canvass of uotn urancnes of the New
Hampshire legislature on membeia" choice
on a candidate foi president of tho United
State In lSi TI10 IUpiiblUaus expressed
tht niselv.'s as tui T H Heed, ll'j, Mc
Klnlcy. bJ; Harrison, i, Allison, 7; senator
l handler. 0; Hubert T Lincoln, i, fahci
liiau, 2; Depow, 2; Senator I'jye, 1
'lhe canvass of the Democrats resulted;
Hill, IT; William C. Whitney, 11; Stevenson;
7 Cleveland, C; ex-liouinor Russell of
Mask.ichusc.tts, 5; Postmaster General WH
sou, 2, "Any sood Dnuociat," 9,
Tho .MurepiU Inutility ('tumult li it.
London, March 9. At tho Mariborough
street court this morning, beforo Mi, Jx-eew-ton,
tho Marquis of Qucensbeuy via for
mally committed for trial on the charge of
hiving libeled Oscar Wilde, lu leaving ut
tho Albemarlo Club on l.'cbruaiy 2S a caul
upon which via written a dlsgiaceful epl-the-t.
Hall wu allowed In 1.000. Tho
Marquis of Queenberry declared In court
that he wrote tho card "slmnlv to hrlnir
matter to a head and to save iny ton. I
abide by what I wrote."
E3 9 II r B R3 1" Q 42 Of course it doc9. There is n rortson for our sales
SoIaiS doubling up every Meek. The paying spot cash
CROWi fqr merchandise. Tho sellinc; at the least margin
profit. A man right after tho latest fashions all the time. In
London as often as necessary, then to New York; same man into
all the American Woolen Makers' secrets, on the watch for the
This kind of care certainly amounts to something.
Kansas City friends begin to reali.o it.
It's a surprise to nearly every customer to see how rarely
rich and full of light and beauty our Spring Novelties nre.
Keep a watch of our roomy display lloor visit our store
and you'll know what the fashion world is to wear. Never mind
how it happens that prices are so absurdly small. Thu styles are
right the goods are right and wo guarantee the fit.
We shall take pleasure in showing you our Covert Cloths,
Worsted Suitings, Cheviots, Cloths and Trouserings.
People wise in Woolen Goods say our assortment stands un
rivaled in these rcspect3!
t( Royaf Tallow
Seventh and Alain, KANSAS CITY, MO.
AMERIGAH MEAT EMBARGO.
i:i:sov wiiv ur.r.v ci.ANn iior.s ot
Hill AI.1AT ll O.N l OIll.ION CUUMI',113.
Afraid of 11 Loss of ltcicuuo Under the New
'InrllT Act, Mbleli M'oulet Dls-
crcelit Hint Demncr.itlo
Washington. March 9 (Special.) Tho
Star this cienlnK Rlies prominence to some
facts In regard to the embargo of me it
products of this country In Kurope. As
thl question means million of dollar to
the VAcst It will be of lnteiest to see how
little Is being done by the administration
In this Important matter. The Star In part
"It Is said that the reason for the hesi
tation on the p.ut of the state department
to follow a vigorous policy In dealing with
(jormany, Trance, liclgium, tho Nether
lands and Denmnik Is that Prclder.t Cleie
lind and becretary Cni lisle think that we
cannot aftord tho losses of levenuo which
would be Iniolvcd In retaliation. It Is
said that both Mr Clci eland and Mr. Car
lisle belluvo that on account of thu lo-. of
revenue this government would be a gi eat
er sulferer from any prohibition of Import
fiom foreign countries than those countries
upon whom we aio retaliating. It Is said
that Mr Clevelmd even belli ves that these
L'uropean countries would like to haie us
retaliate and thus open tho way for non
lnteicourse. This conviction 1 so stiong
with him, and he 1 bo desirous of prevent
ing a further falling off In the revenue that
It is doubtful If he could be brought to
Issuo a pioclamatlon under the exclusion
law no matter how ilagrant the discrimina
tion ucalnst us by fori ign countries might
be The controversy has reached n critical
stnge, however, and It 1 likely tint a point
will bo arrived nt where the attitude of
this goveriinunt will havo to be declared
one vi ay 01 the other and the flag law miy
po into oper itlon In spite of Mr. Cleve
l.md'H disinclination to have foielgn im
portations checked In nny way. Instruc
tions hive been sent Minister Hustia by the
state depntment to represent to the
1'ionch government that we will not nshent
to the pioposltion that tho exclusion of our
meat and III" stock Is due to tho dlscoiery
of disc ise He Is Instructed to state that
it Is lmpo'slble foi the samo piece of ment
to be both diseased and not diseased, nnd
knowing, from three Inspections one of
them in ide at tho same tlmo with that of
the Trench government, that there ts no
disease, there Is no valid excuse for the
exclusion of our meat The Instructions
nre vciy emphatic, and If adhered to must
lead tn a declaration on the part of this
government that there exists an unwar
ranted discrimination Having mndo this
Picm ntntlon of the ciso through our mln
liter.lt Is claimed that It would be extreme
ly emlmirnsalng and awkward for this gov
einment to refuse 10 execute the law re
ciulrlng nn additional 10 per cent duty.eien
If the net of 1SW Is not availed of by proc
lamation . ,,
' It looks ns If rlther the flag law or the
retaliation net would have to be resorted
to, lu splto of ?Ir Clevel mil's reluctance,
unless the foreign discriminations nre re
voked A failure to retaliate would bo re.
gaided as an acknowledgment on the
Pirt of our government thnt we must do.
pcinl upon the icports of foielgn Inspectors
lather than upon those of our own, nnd
that a diplomatic contention I rot to be
overthinwn by mere facts n discovered
The reil facts nre that In order to protect
the tariff law and miko good the claims nf
tho administration, Hint It will pioduco
enough mouev to meet tho expenses of the
government, It Is deemed belter tn allow
oil possible! depredations npalnst the out
going trudo of this country, which doe not
bring In the revenue.
It Is Importations thnt hrlnr money Into
the nensury. At tho samo time, tho In
coming trado takes out gall, nnd this will
bivo 11 tendencv tn bring about a situ itlon
tn again allow the close business and Hum
clal friends of the president a few more
millions' inko off In the gold buslnes The
plan of the ndmlnlst ntlon not only pio
tecta ns far ns possible the tariff law, but
also play Into tho hinds of the gold ptra.
Thus It npjiears that the rreat Industry
of the West Is tn he Injured lo tho extent
or millions of dollars by way of fostrelng
another rold bond scheme The great
Picking lonceins of tho West ato dally
inglng that something ho done by the ad
ministration to open up the marketR nf
Curope again, but thl piessuio comes
from the wrong direction.
Possibly some might think that thn sec.
rotary of state, holng from the West would
malm an effort tn do sonietl ng for the
country and tho Interests o .otent In hi
state, but he Is watching ' 1 .he Cleielnnd
Inlluonco to get nn appointment on tho
bench or to got the Clei eland Influence
Hast for the nomination of president. He
thus allows his tmsonul Interests In thl
matter to predominate, and keeps quiet,
even though the West rulfer from the
Inactivity of the administration as a whole,
ItiluhiirC Dig Hill,
Washington, Mnnh 9. (Spec! ill The
fact that Mr. Ktlntnrt, ex-presldent of
the Sinta l'e. wus. paid ,0 out of tho
tteasury and claim Jio.oxi mom for service
on tho pockery commission to maka
chnnges lu tho derailment ha created no
little comment. In reply to 11 question In
III nocise suii.w .i .tw, ..... ue-neiy
stated that Mr. Relnh.irt hail not received
a cent for hl3 connection with tho work
of the commission and left the Impression
on the minds of all that nothing wa to be
paill llllli IOC iu wvao...- llltJ UMIIVUIIIUQ
election scheme reform Hut It so happens
that long beforo Mr. Dockery mad thl
Impression tn response to questions In tho
house, that Mr, Relnhart had tiled with thu
commission a. claim for fl2,500. He re-
And New Prices.
Is a broid term, nnd Includes all those Skin
Dleics known as Salt Rheum, Tetter,
Itching Piles, 1'sorlnsls, Acne and all af
fections of tho skin that scale. Itch, burn,
swell or crack, Oier three hundred cases
In Kansas City alone. All special Nervous,
Hlood, Private and Oenlto-Uilnarv Dis
eases, treated by competent specialists at
very reasonable terms URINARY ANAL
YSIS. CONSULTATION AND HOOK
I'RHH nt otllco or by mall. We cure
or jsto Ajur,
THH T. J. RADTORD ECZEMA CO , Spe
cialists. Ottlces, 33ii and K.17 New Rldgo
Utilldlng, Kansas City, Mo. Also open
evenings and Sundays from 10 a. m. to
celved his pay through the commsipn an4
henco he ha but a short road to nse treas
ury. BISHOP THOMAS IS DEAD.
Thn Kansas Dlilno llreitbes Ills Last nt
Ills Homo lu biitlu i.
Sallna, Kas , March 9. (Special.) Bishop
Thomas died to-night at 9.23 o'clock. Dur
ing tho day ho rallied and recognized his
friends, and strong hopes were entertained
that he would recover. At S o'clock he had
a relapse, and from that tlmo he grew
weaker, until llfu became extinct.
Tho Right Rev. HUsha Smith Thomas,
S. T. D,, Protestant Episcopal bishop of
Kansas, was born Maich 2, 1S31 He grad
uated from Yale In 11S0X and at Berkeley
Divinity school, Mlddleton, Conn.. In 1SC1.
At Yale ho was a classmate of Chauncey
M Depew. He was ordeied deacon In Juno,
ltMd, and priest toon afterward. He was
at once put In charge of St. Paul's
church, New Haven, Conn., where ho re
mained for three years.
In 1MI ho was elected rector of Seahury
hall, Tarlbiult, Minn , nnd professor of
Old nnd New Testament of Exegesis there.
On tho resignation and removal of Dr.
James L Ilreck. HIslipp Thomas suc
ceeded him In the secietniyshlp of the
Seabury mission Ho spent the year lSnD
abioad study Iiir Semitic languages and at
tending lectures on New Testament Exe
kcsls On his return he was elected rector of
bt .Murk's ehuich, Minneapolis Minn .
where he remained five venis On July 1
he became rectoi of St Paul's church In
St Paul, Minn He was deputy fiom tho
diocese to thieo successive general con
it nttous nnd also a member and for sev
etal yen piesldcnt of tho diocesan stand
ing committee, trustee of tho Bishop Sea
bury mission and of St Maiy's hall and
tho Hreck mission and farm Ho was In
strumental In founding two missions within
his own p irlsh and built mission churche3
at Warsaw nnd Morrlstown
II" was conseciated assistant bishop of
Ka sua In St. Paul's chinch, lit Paul,
Minn, Mav 4 1SS7. and iccelved the de
gito of S T. D fiom Yule the samo year.
On tho death of Illsiiop Vail lu 1SSJ he be
came bishop of Kinsas
As bishop of Kansas ho vias president
of the collego of the Sisters of Bethany,
St. John'b military school and nil tho var
ious Eplscopil Institutions or Kansas Ha
took up In 1SS7 tho woik of Bishop Vail In
the crmpletlon of the St. John's military
school at Sillnii Bethany college and St
Johu'h "ehool both owe the great measure
of their success In the earnest und un
ceasing labor of Bishop Thomas Being
nn rnthuslustlc churchman, he had out.
lined plans for extensive work In Kansas,
the results of which nio mndo manifest In
GENERAL HARRISON IS BETTER,
lie Is Able lo Sit Up itiul '1 hero Is Nn Cuihq
for Anile ly,
Indlinnpolls, Ind , March 9. The con-
dlttou of General Harrison Is somewhat
changed to-day. Ills night una fairly com.
fortablo. In speaking nf General Harri
son's lllnesb, his attending phyriclnn, Dr.
Henry James, said this morning! "Gen
eral Harrison ha been working very hard
recently In Richmond He has taken a bad
cold, almost tho grippe. Ho has un acute
bronchitis, uml last Thiirsduy he had
pleiiioby nl 1, what nto termed pleurisy
pains Ho Is In bed and Is very weak.
Ho Is seriously 111. but 1 should say not
In any danger, Overwork ha u good deal
to do with his weakness,"
At 3 o'clock )hls afternoon General Har
rlron's condition was much Improved, Ha
sat up pari of the day ami said there wua
no cause for anxiety 011 the part of hi
friend ovei hi condition
New York, Mutch s Mrs, McKee,
daughter of ex.Piesfdent Harrison, has left
for lnillaiinnoll unon reielnt or u. telecr.im
advising her of General Harrison's scrlou
Illness. Bho will reach Indianapolis at 11
o'clock this evening.
or iMi:ui:sr 10 nlw&i'apkhs.
Hill I'ucseel tho Missouri legl.luturo to
Itrgulato Huniigu suit.
Jefferson City, Mo, Maich 9 (Special)
Thl afternoon tho house passed a senato
bill which Is of special Importance lo news,
paper. It regulate damago suit, and U
"Section 1 In all actions where exemp
lary or punitive dumage aro recoverable
the petition shall state separately tha
u.i.wu... w. out, uitut-te, cuufaiie cq . re.
"Section 2 In all actions wherein Buch
damage are recovered and ate allowed by
the Jury, the amount thereof shall be seii
arately stated In the yerdlct."