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TirE KANSVR CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. W A ItCI I 10, 1R0,.
HAYE A CLEAR FIELD HERE,
PBRPfiTRATED BY TWO BOYS
ii:i)Kn.i, nr.rt'iir.s makhm i:i i out
to c.vi'TUtti: utvs i i.in i.i run..
Mvsit u or i mi I'ostoi i ii'i: i oiiit
nn t is siii.vi ii.
Oovcrnmriit TMtl Sfnt Allow I irnp for
Trtlllnc Kin IrlnilniU mill liu
Coin. simvlj I mm WiiOiliiRtnii
irrnt S.rilci .Mm.
Tho nnnounccmcnt In the Journal of
the work of a R.-int; In tlio city dlstMbut
inr? counterfeit money lind tho effect of
arousing the ImMnpsi men nml tho ban!.,
era yesterday nnd cmled them to scru
tinize more closely than muni the coin
they were handling. Several of the
banks In the city had been worked nnd
In their collections had nccented pome of
tho spurious coin, na they found on
close examination It uns rumored that
there were sevcui! other business houes
in tho city lctlml7cd by the B.injr, nnd
that the amount In clrculitlon was un
doubtedly very lame. The exact amount,
of course, could not be learned, ns the
parties victimised vvere very slow to nd
nilt It, preferring to be the silent ic
tlms than to have tho fact known that
they had been swindled.
Tho federal deputies arc taklnR very
little Interest In searching for tho men
who did tho work. They claim that Inat
mucli as they have to pay their o n ex
penses, ns they ?o, and take tho chance
of secmlnt' n cae, then wait for six
months or a jcar for the payment of
their fce-s, there Is no pood nnon why
they should do tho work when there are
other cases easier ntul surer on which
they may with safety employ their time.
Tho government In Ita financial distress
Is ery deliberate In the matter of pas
lns expenses nnd costs In the federal
courts, and the delays hne caused no
end of uneasiness nnd nnnoynnce In the
"West dining the past year. Tees earned
ten months since nte still unpaid, nnd
cost bills sent on to Washington six
months ngo have ns j.et not been In
spected by the olllce there It Is these
things that make the deputies, whoio
only compensation Is In fees, ery Indif
ferent as to whether the countetfelters
are caught or not
United States Blstrlct Attorney John
rt. Walker, since his appointment, has
seen the need of somo better arrange
ment for the suppression of tho large
number of countei fetters who mo work
ing continually in the state, lie lins sent
message after message to the depart
ment asking for tho appointment of a
secret service man In this state and dls
ti let, or the right for the regular depu
ties to be detnlled for that work and al
lowed a reasonable expense account
while employed. These appeals for tho
woik so greatly needed In the state havo
been denied regularly nnd tho distiict is
thus left with no protection save what
may be afforded by tho regular force of
deputies. It Is the custom of tho new
deputies to jump In on these cases at
once, nnd they usually spend a. largo
sum In trying to gain fame by captuilng
some renowned game, and. after failing
and losing their time nnd expenses, thc
decide that If Uncle Sam wnnts tho men
nnested he ought to hlie n man for that
purpose and pay the expenses of the
Even with these discouraging circum
stances thoie has not been n tetm of the
lederal ;ourt heio for ears in which
there Ins not been one or more counter
feiters tiled and convicted. As soon as
the Lountei tellers are arrested by the
local deputies some secret service olllcer
comes on the scene and takes chaige of
tho case, nnd never falls to so manage
it that the local deputj Is relegated and
the secret serice man Is made the heio
of tho conviction In tho reports mndo to
the government. The secret service offi
cers are paid a good round salary, and
yet they make out their expense nc-COTUS-
erv regul'irly nnd they me paid
promptly. The local deputies therefore
feel that It Is unfair for them to be ex
pected to do the woik for which other
men get largo salaries.
The list of counterfeits now In circula
tion ns sent out by tho secret service
bIiows a laiger per cent of Issues made
in this state than any other one in tho
"West, and It is explained by tho olllcers
by tho fact that the state is without
the proper protection of the secret serv
ice, and tho men consider It far easier
and safer to woik heio than in other
Deputy Marshal Halderman jesterday
fltated that ho was In possession of the
clearest clues showing that parties In
this city -eie actually dealing in coun
tei felt coin and currency and were send
ing out their circulars through tlio mails
from heie ndveitising the stuff They
also have, bo he contends, a scheme by
which their c.ippeis distribute cards
over the city in the proper qunrters in
which there me no questions asked for
the purpose of getting tho trade under
way. lie Is In possession of borne of tho
caids nnd some of the circulars, and has
alno cuptuied somo of tho many cnuntei
feit bills that have been shoved from
this city lately, but sajs he Is quite un
willing to spend n month working on tho
matter nnd ilsklng the expenses of the
woik and losing the trade he might bo
"There Is, nnd for oirs lias been,
plenty of counterfeit bills out in this
elt," he remaiked jesterday, "nnd tho
depaitment could ccitalnly locate tho
lui ties who niu putting them out if
they wcio to delogato a, man to do that
work and allow him some conmpensatlon
while ho Is doing it. No man is willing
to do months of wmk on a contingency
and lose good pnjlug work while ho Is
doing It " ,,
Deputy Attorney Diaffon goes to Ilolla
this evening to piosucute two countei
felteia who nio under nirest nt that
place. They wore anested recently by
Deputy Marshal Iliown, who had spent
siM'ial weeks in the seuich for them.
They were (aptllicd with n full suppply
of tools and bogus cash In their posses
sion, nccoidlng to tho udvlces received
by Mr Dialten. and yet, for all this
woik of a month, the deputy gets Just
tho same fees ho would receio for mak
ing the arrest of an other cilmlnnl. Tho
government allows him nothing for tlio
weeks of work trullltitj tho men over half
a dozen counties.
C1 V TAX COM. I OT1 ).
alley Ham Itron Ki'iniirlciuly (inuil the
TriM ut I lfti.il ur.
City Treasurer Green yestoulay turned
ovtr to the city counselor for collection
the delinquent person il piopeity tux books.
The uncollected taxes amount to $13,S91 t)5,
out of an assessment of $171,011 !l. Last
liar the amount turned over tor collection
wus Pi.OQO, or ovu twleo U3 IllUi.ll us this
The collection of city tuxes of all sous
lias been phinomtnally good this ear and
Treasurer tlrecn'U kteatly pleased at the
Phoning. Never before hi tho histoiy of
tha city has OJ.w per cent of the total as
sessments been collected at this season of
the leur, or even at the close of tho llcal
icui. This will leave no deficiency In any
department which does not exceed Its up
DOillonment, and the chunces nro that even
more than the estimated amount of taxes
In some lines will be collected, which Is
something unprict dented In tho matter of
city taxes, the estimated amounts hereto
fore having ulwajs fallen shoit when the
collections were completed.
Jaikfcini l.ltlilu feprliign Willi r.
You can get ten gallon of Jackson I.lth.
la Spring Water, delivered at our home
tiny where In Kansas city Mo , for II, or
at i our home in Kansas City. Kas , for
IIS. Whs do sou pis from ; in to fifteen
times us much for uther I.ltlila waters,
when mans physicians say there Is none
better on the market than the Jackson
1 lthla? We lequlro 1 75 deposit to guaran.
lee the return of can and faucet within
Sixty dass. but will send for the tamo and
rimn tho 51.75 upon receipt of notice at
room Mi New Knglund building, or by tot.
cpliono 11C. that the can Is emp y. This
vvutei remains pure for an Indefinite tint,
We ship It In cans to many places in other
,Ul JACKSON I.ITHIA SPRINGS CO.
' &M New England building.
Iscs-entlaltopood health. This Is truo
ftom tho very nature ol tha human body.
Tho blood li tho circulating iluld which
curries nourishment to all tho orgam.
Tho quality of tho blood determines tho
degrcoof health In which thosjftemwlll
be found. Good blood mcan9
Rood digestion, robust health. On tho
contrary, Impuro hlnod must necessarily
canso dlca?c, because when tho blood
cannot furnish tho llto-glvlnr; qualities
nerdrd, tbo .phjdcal powers must begin
to fall. Tho best w ny to havo good blood
is to lako Hood's Ihfnpnrlllit, bccnuo
it posBcfses exactly those qualities which
mablotho blood to carrjf health to orery
nerve, organ and tissue. It creates
A Good Appotito
nnd enables the dlgcstlvo organs to do
their work properly. In this way It rIvm
strength, It expels nil Impurities iron
tho blood and makes It rich, puro nnd
healthy. In this way It wards off threat
ened nttRCks of dlscoao nnd keeps tho
wholosjatcm In a healthy condition. It Is
thus tho great blood purifier, true ncrvo
tonic and strength builder.
MR. AND MRS TARSNEY HOME.
They Villi So(m m lrt nil nn Ilxtiniled Tour
of tlm Old Morld-Ullis 'Ihcy
Congressman John C. Tarsnoy and
Mrs Tatsney returned to Kansas CIt
from Washington jesterday morning
They weie ncompanlod by Major Ilai vey
W. Salmon, the well known Clinton
banker and Demociatlc politician. Con
gressman Tarsnev and his wife took
rooms at tho Midland hotel, where they
will remain until April 11. They will
then stntt for Now Yoik, whole they
will take a steamer for Italy. To a rep
resentative of the Journal who called
upon him yesterday ntternoon Mr. Tnrs
"There Isn't anything connected with
tho work of const ess past or prospective
that I care to talk about The people
aro doubtless well informed as to what
congress has and has not done. As to
the future, I don't pietend to prognosti
cate. I don't look for much In the wny
of tariff or financial legislation fiom the
next congress. The pnsldent will have
moio suppoiters of his financial policy in
tho house, and the opposition to him on
the money question will be stronger in
the ben.ito than during the session Mint
has just closed. I don't believe tlieie is
a disposition upon tho pa: t of the lte
publlean membeis of tho house and sen
ate to make any radical changes in the
tariff. Of course they realise that they
cannot expect to cany tluough any rad
ical measures over the president's veto.
So far as local or state matters are con
cerned, I am not sutllcientlj well in
foimed nt piesent to discuss thorn."
Tho steamer upon which Congtessman
Tarsnoy and Mis. Tarsncy will cross the
billowy deep will leave New Yoik for
Genoa, Italy, on April 11 After secltig
tho sights of Genoa they will travil by
l.ill to Home, whole they will visit St
Petei's nnd the Vatic in. The will
spend several days visiting tho studios
of famous artists and sculptots, the
gieat art gilleiles and museums and tlio
ruins of the Coliseum, of tho I'oium,
and of many other archltcctuial monu
ments of the Caesais and the ancient
Romans In the Eternal city Altet u
stroll upon tho Applan Way, Mr Taistuy
will stand beside what is lett of Tia
j in's column, and In choice but vigorous
modern Italian tell all who mi) chance
to gather there about tho tlulvlng col
ony ot their countivnnn In that section
of Kansas City known as "Little Italy."
lie will tell them how .Too Damico has
become so powerful In this colony tint
he has, unlike Caesar, been ciowncd a
V After delivering himself of this forensic
effoit Mi. Tatsney will buckle on a life
preserver nnd jump Into the raging
Tiber nnd bathe in its ancient wateis.
Ho will do various other things whllo he
remains In Home, the recoul of which he
will faithfully jot down in his "Toutist'.s
riom Home Mr. nnd Mrs. Tatsney will
go by nil to Naples They will sail upon
the beautiful baj of Naples and climb
Mount Vesuvius nnd look into Its crater
if the tempetature will permit. Venice,
rioienco and other Italian cities will bo
visited, in Venice they will bite gondo
las and lloat down the Gi ind Canal,
after which Ml. Tarsnoy will go to the
llildgo of Sighs, whore ho will spend nil
hour by moonlight rellectlng upon his
past and wondeilng what his political
tuturo will be.
Hgjpt and the Holy Dand will not bo
visiud. Mi T.usue) sajs ho has no do
stro to tiaved by donkey and camel
over ollvo grovo etovvned hills nnd fig
tieo studded plains or sandy descits. Ho
has no hankering for a view of tho
tombs of the patilatchs nnd piophets
Neither does ho want to ga.o into tho
wells digged by Abraham and Jncob.
lie is satisfied Mint ho can't seo as far
Into a well as formeily ho thought ho
could "As for the riamlds and
Sphynx in Hgypt," said he, "I nm satis
lied they mo Mine, and I don't cato to
tatlgue mvself wading tluough sand to
get to them"
Mr. und Mrs. Tmsney will tiavel
through Greece nnd Austtla. They will
cioss the Alps into SwIUeiland and w'll
mako ii living tiip tluough Germany,
stopping for a few days nt Hetlln and
Munich ... , ,,
On tho return trip Mr. nnd Mis. Tats
ney will jouiuev lelsuiely tluough lie
land Aftei the havo seen all tho places
of Intou-st on that evei gteen island
they will cioas the channel nnd go to
London Theio Mi Tuisney will call
upon i'lemler Hosebety and tell him of
his ttln in a special car to tho city of
Mexico with 'William I.. "Wilson, ol West
Vliglula, who was royall banqueted
timing his visit to Unglaud becuuso ot
his antagonism to tlio Ameilcun protec
tive system Mr. Tatsney will tell I.ord
ltosebety that In tho mattei of bieiiklug
down protection and making way for
Iltltlsh ftee tiado ho was somewii.tt
ncMve himself. Ho does not oxiiect a
banquet, but ho does expect to bo intio
dueed to tho queen nnd highly compli
mented by her for the pirt ho has played
in piomulgatlng Jlrltlsh commetclal
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tnrsney will return to
tho United States the Hist week n Sep
tember, Mr. Tnrsney Is one of tho com
missions s appointed to open nnd caro
for tho national mllltaty park ntChicka
mnugu, near Chattanooga, Tenu. Tho
opening ceiemonles will occur on Sep
tember 18 and ID.
In a recent edltoilnl, the Salem (Ore.) In
dependent says: "Time and again have no
setu Chamberlain's Cough Ueniedy tried
und nevci without the most satisfactory
icsults. Whenever we see a person uf
Illcted with hoarseness, with a cough or
cold, wo Invariably advise them to get
Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy; and when
they do, they never regret it. It alvvujs
does the work, and does it well."
ijv ' n n n
It Is generally acknowledged that every
ncreoii needs to tnko n good spring medl
clno. This is because tho blood has ho
como loaded with Impurities which must
bo expelled If good health Is desired.
Hood's Parsnparllla, being tho best blood
purifier, ii tho standard
" My daughter had ncrofula of tho worst
form (rom infancy. Wo had tho best phy
sicians and she would get better for
ohort time, only to bo worso than before.
At times her head Would bo covered with
ft perfect mass of scabs and running pores,
Wo wcro nlirmed for fear sho would U
blind, her eyesight being affected. Wi
had to keep her In n dark room. When
wo began to glvo Hood's Strs-iparllla hoi
Eyos Bogan to Improvo
so that sho could bear light. Then aht
rapidly gained in every respect. Thcnorct
began to dry up nnd now luivo nil healed
She Is lOyenrs of ago and In perfect health,
I am unablo to find words strong enough
lo fully express my grntltudo to Hood'i
8arsapnrIUa for this wonderful euro of mj
daughter." W. II. AnnuAUT, Albion, Ind
Many others testify Blmllnrly.
ANOTHER CHILD MURDER.
1 ho Itoily nf u stringhil Infint t'miml, but
'1 In re Is Xii ( I ur In Its lib mil.
Another murdered baby was found jes
terday by l: D Sinehe, n contractor, In
the real of a building at the corner ot Thir
teenth mid Forest avenue The body was
enveloped In a. piece of cloth. An ex im
Instlon showed that the b ibv had been
strangled No i hie to Its Identity v. as
found. This makes the fourth baby th it
has been found dead In out of the w ly
places during the past two months.
Nothing of a satisfactory nature has been
learned regarding the 2-nionths-oId baby
that was found half burned at tho foot of
Gland avenue a few daj s ago It does not
nppear likely that the mj'terj will ever
be cleared avvav The police do not appear
to consider It within their province to nnUo
inquiries into such mitttrs.lioldlng.douht-le-s,
tint It Is the exclusive business of tho
coroner Meanwhile the coroner's list ot
mv stories thit are being "Investigated" Is
growing to an alarming extent.
lie Is Keeping Clone Vi.itch Upnn tlio
tlllliiil. ring 11. huh r i j.
Mr Green II Itaum, ex-commlssloner of
pensions and cx-commlslonpr of revenue.
of Washington, D. C , is registered nt the
Midland Ho bus boon In tho Southwest
for the past fortnight attending to fome
Ugnl matters and Is In tho cit Just for a
short visit He thinks .a great deal of the
eltj and watches Its growth with much In
terest, lie was nere in li.M lor sever U
mouths and two of his uncles were among
tho pioneers of Jackson county.
Mr ltaum came to the rltj from Ard
more. I T., whole ho had been for a week.
He will gu to St. Louis tins evening nnd
then loturn Last.
Mr ltaum Is a cloo observer of politics
and Is w itching the Democratic blunders
i lorti 1 lie aveis that the Democratic
parti has so long boon nn opposition party
.solely (hit It Is quite lnc lpable of gov-
' . t-Ml.l ! , li. -.-.. T t ..rtlt.i in nl.lint In lh in.
lnxking or executive dep irtments.
unit coMirt ion' (;i:i i ic.vr..
lit Ion I.sior'p Strength s.p.l j,y n Con
The mjsterlolis joung woman who tried
to end hor lite with morphine on Union
avenue last week, and who obstinately re
luses to reveal hor Identity, has been
steadily declining in stronMh dining the
past two dajs at tho cltj hospital. Lust
night lui chames for reioveiy were con
sIiIlili! vtij few hho hid nn extiemeiy
high tevn, and In her delirium ppoke of
l'elue Cit, Mo , lilunlughnm, Ala ; hi.
Louis and 1'hil ulelphlj, and of occurrences
in her life nt those pHc. s, but strangely
oinlttoil nuntioning any one's name Time
and again she h is been opportunod to
give hei niit mime during hor sta at tho
hospital, but sho has InsKIid that she
must bo known unls by tlio fl tltlous name
of Mrs Helen Li ssor. "If I die," sho sill
nt one time v.-ti rd ly, "1 will die unknown
to the vvoi 11, tur I will never tell who I
Though pure and simple, nnd so mild
It might bo us. d by any child.
Yet bO.uDUNT is so swltt and sure
That mouth ami ttetli with wondrous speed
I'lnni tattar and from taint nru freed
Till they become sw.et, white and pure.
M.iht ct llnrn lEoom.
rostimfttr Homer lteod is making nn
Inv esiiL,atiun of tho aei ommodatlons nt
Station A, nt tlio Union depot The lease
held by tho gtiieinmont theio expires on
tho 1st of Jnl next, ami Inasmuch as tho
jir. sent iiuutois aro very much cramped.
All Heoil conslelors It ne..'sarj to secure
a gre-ater amount of room in making tlio
coming lease. Ho hopes to bo able to se
ctue the necessary amount of extia loom
In tho building now occupied ns tho loca
tion Is satlstaetory to tho olllcers and the
In tlm fall of mi a son of Mr. T, A Me.
rurland, n piomlnent merchant of Livo
Oak, Suttir loiint), Cal , was taken with
a veij heavy cold Tho pains in Ills chest
weie so severe Mint he had spasms nnd
wus threatened with pnoiimunln His
father mvvo him sovoral lit go doses of
Ch.imbetlaln's Cough Itemecly, which broke
up tho eougu rnm eiiren nun .vir vtci'nr
l ma s.ivh whenever his children hievo
cioup ho Invariably glvos them Chamber-
lain s c-oiigu ueuiouj unci u uiwtos fines
them He conwlilers It the boat cough
lemedy lu the in.nket
Dr. Charles Ulllott Ins removed Ills of
fice to tho New Hldse building, becoml
Jloor. room 20J. Telephone !!iw,
iticoiti) or iiii; I'.tsr nixie.
Hank clearings, $I0.0.W,I2I
Iteeelpts of oats tho past week, 71 cars.
Itecelpts of wheat the past week, 18 ears.
Iteeelpts of corn the past week, J cars,
Itecelpts ot ha tho past week, 3 cars,
Itecelpts of cattle tho pist week, 30,000
Itecelpts of hogs the post week, 47,300
Itecelpts of sheep the past week, JO.10O
Itecelpts of hoises and mules tho past
week, tuj head
During tho past week marriage licenses
weio issued la this city to forty couples,
During tho pist week llfty.olght new
suits wero filed In the circuit court In this
During tha week the superintendent ot
buildings issued thlrtj-slx penults, uggre.
During tho week there were reported to
tho bouiil of health forty-two deaths and
Duilng tho week ending last night art
Iclcs of Incoiporatlon wcru filed In this city
by tfst lie), companies.
Tile real catato transfeis recoieleel last
week amounted to SJUTiO, of which ?3D,
613 was tu trustees' deeds
Twtntv.foui uriests on criminal charges
and 111 fca violations of city ordinances
wero made by tho police during the past
The highest temperature last week was
CI eleir, on tho lull, and the lowest, 9 deg ,
on the 4th. Tho total precipitation was .
Indies. I'or tho coiiespoiulliig period last
eu- tho data are: Highest icnipcratuic. u3
des.; lowest, 31 deg., precipitation, :u
Unrk Vt is lliiiio In Itnbln sinllh nnd .limns
lllrlis Win. Iinpi rsniiillug News-
bnjs U In ii Arrest.. I bv II. -
tr. tlv. s-I h. Ir t oufi sslniis,
Two Inns tvlili nevvpip is unib r 111 f
aims, olio ai, ly four f i irhl In .
In hoitht wni nrrexiod -ii i v. nth mil
Mnln tr ms by Doteotlv.s II u s nn I L
Ills Vit rdn in a char; u b iiig l'
piistollli o i ickethoolt robh The- In
took their nrriiM e oollv nil luiji adml
hioiis showlmr them to tio f ulltv of 11
the ft of Mr Mnrey K llrmvii pu K
book oil Thursdnj. Hon ird ug tin oiler
robberbs rnutmltteel during tin pift w k
tlnj i.miliiiil silent nn l i m h r
nellult li"l dell) thorn 'I In Invie nro Hub
Smith, of No. 3D, .Miipi,. u nil.' nn 1
.ind June's Hicks, of iiOl I'nrk nvoiiu. , ill
mjoil 1 1 Iloth hnvo bom inl-sii),. ftom
llielr hoimn fllnoo last Suinlav Ih J wer
Impi donating nrwubojs when plunl undi r
I )ii being taken to tho r Mral poll
rinilon Itulile hinlth, tho lirsei of Ho twj
bivs, Heel tint tho Itlil.s bo lull a
ti mptod to eah n draft fur f fmind m
.Mr lirnwn poekotliMik i -lion tin
prior to tholi uriest 'I ho boj m i b no I
nlal whit, verof tho tin ft or Mi Iliown
poekothuok ami admltti 1 hiving 1.011 11
jiosjicssioii of over it') In tlio sinx nnnin 1
All of this innnej had b n fp 111 Th"
bojs wire locked up on a 1 hargo of gran 1
Illoks was reported to the poll o is mi
Ing bv hl own rutin r, a hliJilv r.pulubie
oitl?m luiorillng 10 Chlof -tn rs a f. w
divs ago 0u11if link , ft homo on Su 1
di. looming and Joined with Hublo sini h
In a si rl"s of 1 plolts nt tho post lll
I'ho robberies repirted to tlio pollio bv in
postotlleo utithorltlos bntwioii lis Mon It 1
md J-istorcla wire as follows ruin Mr
II .1 Limp., a pockotbook inntnlnlng $
from Mr Irorntlo Ont'-s, on Wo In -in
n poivotljnik containing Sil from Mi M
K Iirown 011 Timed u, a p k tbo k n
iiiinlng nliout $1 and a drift for J Irnn
Airs .M .1 Mcl'nllum, on Irldij, a po I.
ci book containing "
Tho Imjs formed a. pirtnorslilp mil
voung llliks uctd as tie.L-iiirii for Ito
linn He admits havlni.- "Xpendul t 1
slm o last Sunday. With this niunoj tl
two 1iOs lontoel a loom at No 9' j Hi 1
Ninth stroot, nto at 0110 of tho best p
laurants on Main str. et and bouj'ht thoin
i l os two suits of olothlnir llosldi s this,
thev wilt to the (IHIIph nt Thiirsdnv aftir
nouns inntlmo nnd took two of th" b. t
"eats at the (iruiil Wedn .l iv night At
the (Irsnd tin bovs iicgotlilxl, anutding
10 Chief Spoi rs, foi two i nis lu a box
It was thought it the time tint tlnlr 1.
tlons and the lr ovlelontlj plentiful supplv of
funds wero suspicions and tho mitter was
c illod tu tile attention of the chlof
Hirl jestordnv afternoon tho rirst Na
tional bank notlllcl the pollio that nn nt
I. nipt lind be 011 mule In bos to cash .1
drift belonging to Mrs. M i llrown De
loctlvos Hnos mid Hnnls shortlj aftorw lr 1
m ido tho nnostp.
Hublo mltli solved n t.rm In tho county
j ill about 1 veil ago on 1 cli irgu or stonl
Ing goods from I'rost Hra ' "tore At th it
tlmo tho Hnunuo Society took nn Intcro-t
In tho ciso and Agent She-rloi k took Smith
Ii. fore Judge Woffoul Tor tho purpo-o of
liivlniT hhn sent to the reform school
Judge Woffnrd thought tho boj ought to
no given a einnoo 10 reiorm miisnie 01 til)
nfoim school and did not send him thote
Instead, tho bov wns sent to Columbu'
11 bo llio Itnnnno Koole'tv as It wns lon-
r s me I that ho hnd rolitlvs Micro who
woull provllo for him and roir I1I111 ns ho
honl 1 b About two months ngo ho re.
turned to KiiiFOi Cits. Since that tlmo
tho police had hoard nothing of him up to
tlio tlmo of his arrest voitnrdij Jnmos
IIIoKs li is hitherto borne a geou leput mon
A JUSICAI. IXH.M'IIIV.
A II. Ilghtrnl i rillllt) rroilil.ilbv.iN.il
I'litint tiillnltbo I'U.lli-pl 1.
There his bi on a grow It g demand end
popnlniltv of stringed musical lusti uiKiits
In tbo past few eirs. Tl o pi 1110 is nnel
will ever n main, a favorite, without width
no homo is complete'. Hi t tnstes v lit. li
favor vorsatllilj In tho eoneoiil of swot
sounds tall foi n gnltnr or in indolln num
ber to vaiv thee musical oxerci'-os of tho
nftoinoon or o 1 nlng. Tho puichiso of
these additional lnstiuments has been an
expense that maii do not c.iro to incur
Hut this objection Is fully removed bj tho
plectta-phono This uijivt lulls Invention
Is a now ftatuie uf tho Uvtiett upib-ht
piano Uv tho uo of a third pod il tin
piano jlclels the purest nnd lullest notes of
nn stringed litstiniu'nt. An uilvaiil ig.i
purtlculiilj worth noting Is that the fin
gering foi pi 1110 ylthtt, mandolin and
guitar is the nine 1 ho ptaetlco tut an
0110 nnswcis lor all When 0110 coiisldus
tho bouts and even ears that must bo
spent to nitpiliti piollclcncy and skill lu
music, tho plei tin-phone, with Us ringe
and oapicltj, Is 11101 u tullv apprerliii I
A call at tho musle hill of V". K Audi 11 .
In tbo Hlnlto bullillng, Ninth and Hi in 1
avenue, will eouv lin o nnjouc nt tin 1 x
eollenco of this new patent. Tho Kve-utt
pi mo. Willi Its Well earned reputation ti 1
till tho nullities th it 11 llrst-clnss lnstiu
mont should possess Is putting on sunn
ii'innrkiblv nttraeilvo eases. 'I ho line tln
ish Is woithj of until o, anil tho perfect e -tnlor
is 1111 uppioiirl ito pup u.itlon tor tho
beauty of tin pi mo when opened ami n
vc.tllng the kej bond It will pic iso 111 in
who 1110 ulrcadj owinrs of tho Lverett to
know tli.it the pl.iti i-phono inn bo add. 1
to nny upilght pi mo of tlio Kvoiett mule.
Mr Audi us und his affable assistants
tnku pUisiiii In 1 .reiving callers who ,u
Inttnsttd in mi lns 1 etiuu ot the new in
Mintlun, or musle til instruments nt lnri,i
They art pttsctitlng 1 idle s with .1 pieit
ploio 01 shoot musle, "Tho Uverott l'l mo
Mtiidi" Aliothci souve nlr, nlso foi 1 nil. s
is a gi in In mt colleetlon It Is 11 bookb t
containing six 1 oppi etchings ftom re
cent paintings b Schnres, Hard, Kri"
eiiMsat, Moigan, N'lghtingilo and Doug
lass The hoiks nro eommelidnbly v nihil,
und havo tho life und t.1110 of engravings
'I'm nto "I ho Tug of War," "l"ho Hi nlct 11
Dvke," "Too Lite," 'i'oiglvtn
Dicuni, unu "jiisey i,t luttes.
A I.eie .1 St. unship .VglllOJ.
Cha Sachs .?. ( i of 51S Doliwaro st ,
have 1-siiod .111 atti n tlve eln uUr unnouu -ing
tho opening. In icmneetloii with th li
fiiiunelil brok. rago otlie,, of ti iHpuini 11
for the supply of steamship tlekots an I
foielgn cxeliuuge. This is the onl sp.e i il
.steauishlp olliec ill the oit ami lueludos
dlieet ugciiclos for all the leading coiupi
nl.'S" Aincilonn Ilnl Stat, Hainbiiig
Ainerlcan, Noith (loimaa Lloyd, White
Stat, Cunnid, l'n'iuh and other Ihu-e
Messrs Sachs .V l'e ospeolail) deslio n
lillevo proaKOilvo 01 can vojagers of ill
iitellmlu ir trouble In seiiiilng pa-.sase
biitlis and aceoinmo 1 itlons They nl a
ptomiso speoiai iiuvaoi.iKfs in iiie s 110 u
drills 011 all polnis In Uurope and tl ivel
rs' letters of .rodp If juii Invo nny In.
Innllnn ,l n-nirie- iihrnnl Iliilifv ill. Ml rl-
"fill the World's
But we prefer cable cars
ourselves. Tit ore's as
much difference between
the old, slow stage and
the modern, fast running
trolley or cabla car, as
there is between a piano
"that used to be good"
and one that is strictly
"up to the second." The
popular Piano that is at
the very top is the
There is nothing finer for
1 KANSAS CITY PIANO 00.,
1215 Main Street,
I tpt'Bs 2is5r M fY:L7?fl feVKii
'iKw? ft,(iw' ' n T -wuva 'Xw8i
TJIB FAMOUS SILVER STATUE.
SG4.800 Pure Silver.
Its beauty and fame should attract you.
Wi1 propose to make it cccoilitnly
intcipstiiij; to tlio incicasint; thou
sands of buyers of New Spring
Goods u ho Mill frequent the btoic
Vv'ill Await You.
Uni gains will be so decided that
this More will constantly nny in
jour iiiciiioiy Mlienover you think ol
Dress Goods Linens
Tailor-made Suits and
Skirts Laces or any
other article in our ex
tensive line in the fut
ure. We hive niado great pieptrations
for tins vveel:.
Carpets, Rugs, Etc.
If vou tiro thinking of buying Cm
pots or Hugs this boason, better at
tend to it this Meek. We Mill save
All m ool 2-ply Carpets,
55c, 60c, 65c.
50c, 60c, 70c, 85c,
87Jc, $00, S3 JO.
New Moqtiette Carpels
New Axminster Carpets
New Velvet Carpets --
New Wilton Carpets
Woiulnliil Uiigams in Clnni and
J tpini'so jstiaM" Mattings.
Black Dress Goods.
A great many .Speeial Iiargains all
At 39c Only.
I5lack Henriettas, ill mooI. ..39o
l'.lai k beige-, all m-oo1 39c
T.icom.i .Suiting, 51 inch, OS eents,
Kigmed Jlohairs, Morth !." edits,
Plain Ulaek 3lohairs, 50c, for.39c
Shepherd Uhcck", black ami white,
for.. ..'. 39c
Silk and Wool l'abrie, black and
A gi.mil collection far below value'.
IS'o rusty or blue blacks; everyyaul
is of a i ii'h jet bhek
Octagon 2 cases Apron
Full .stand.ud quality 4Jc
Lf.tial pi ico Tc.
OGGETT BUT GOODS OO.
iiu.v ( i.i:iti:n our.
A I'm iliini'N I'tn.iiiitni Orile n t Meu
.Wiro lrliii; It. I oiato 11 'I hi. I.
An .ituusInK liu'leK'iit occnrre-'il rsiordaj
In cumie-itlon with tlm search lor tho jiost.
ullli Mitjkthlef. l'rlel i iiUeTiioon utter
Hi. leiljUe-rj AssHt.int l'astniater Ki'iJlltz
I'l.lJ el lleli.ellU' fell O. t.UUIlle of luilirn.dllll.
iifi f 1,'ivlni; tho .li te.'tlvi-s the. tlji that lo.
fclllleei in tho utrewt Of tlio tVVu be .1 until.
el.i aluriHion, hn loliir.-il moiunl til" e'OI"
li lur lor vvhlli nnel notkoel j lull elre-dsiel
la l whoso actloim nrimseel biupU Ijh llo
a"K' it I)iilUJ Mur-hil Illlleli I111UII lu ell lil.
ovv the woiiini ami looiito lui, us U mis-lit
usult In .i in Iiii; fconiee tines of viiIiip Hal
ii. i mull was liunj ami tumble to ilo eo,
bin h tiirneil tha work ovu tej Dou.tlvo
l in-iifl I, of Ht, I.onl-i, who meily
wiiih. .1 litre unele.1 Cipt tin Juii i Maim,
tkll tolleivvL'il In the w.il.u of ti lv ami
In eietl he.r out .it a, iiinnlivr n i:it
si it unJ cnnio lurk itml reion to II il-
,1 1 111 tn It W.IS ell'lielO'l to IllVe 'el le
,e firther, .unl is.tt'elnj fn-.0011
II ill-lb III Will ntl.il to liel OUt II ' 1' 11 1 ell
iiiiuut the laily he colli 1 At. I. I ti the
e'liswn lieuiei liu atUul Henri A111M011, one
01 the j-inltors. tu fcQ alonir .vlth him .iml
ilt, vtiil out In the iitughiiuthoo 1 of
"lulCs" lt.in's B.1I0011. Wlillu luiurliu
,11 uiiel th.it jilaco this weri.einu Hill 11
iil, who Is on that beat, ami. .tier
w i h'ns thi'lil for u. Hine he halh 1 ill. m
mil liuvulifil llit tr biuluohs. Th.-i UU not
tiro 10 mtiUo It l.nnwii it onto, ai ee w r.
-Inv lu bIvIiib the li.forrjatlon, ami llool
tolel them that linisiiiue 'i as he had lion e I
th. m the pvuilnK betute there, lie w nlil
li, ve to take th' m (j the station unl. -they
Kit at onee. Tht 1 Munsllel I toll who
liu was there for, but the claim Uliln't ko
w th Hobily, una he ililmly tolel them thai
was an olil gime lUiVhb fit, .atnt o .1 -th
wanted to Sft V tlle station t'
wpuhl have to ile.ifasA They cl. ere 1 out
1 lay weie not -si.e,l in 01 ably liniu - ' 1
with the pleasure.',,, I. tn11'' Uetectlv. work
in the city, ami Horno V ttl11 et tb" rt
ular deputies rulltr CasJn;1' ' 3
moon at J
DW S00DS CO.
a iothblfTweek in
To Commence Monday.
Witl bo on Exhibition, ui ovv
Lanr, Slova. srcoiid jloor, every
(liuf'lltis trech'no lontjev!
At "The World's Fair" il drew
ihe aUdilion, of Larue Crowds
JCVEliY DAY and ALL T1TE
TIME. Thousand in 1iisricin,
iiu who star -il there will rejoice
llt'af an, opportunity will be af
forded to see it ttyain. while thou
sands more icho did not, yo to
"The World's Fair" wilt certain
ly a rail Ihemselrrs of Ihe pleas
'lirc of see 'my this wonderful and
Tins Stoic ah ays pij-R particular
attention to keeping n full supply of
Diess iintcnnl Mutable for these in
Toilo il'Intle Sheer finish
25c, 30c, 35c. 40c, 45c.
Egyptian L'lvvns in finish very
sniiil.tr to a White Silk IWull
30c, 35c, 40c, 45c.
Gossamer ISitistc Dotted Swisg
Pans IVI iislins Dishop l.tvvns
Linen Lawns, etc. Send for Sample!)
Wool flaterials for
Graduating Gowns. . . .
At 50c A complete assoitmcnt ol
J ieiinoUnsi-orgcs, Alb.ttioss,
lS'un's A'eilmg anil IS.itiste
At 75c Very fine Sorges and Hen-
At Si. 00 Tho eolobnted 10 inch
Lansdovvno in cream and
evening shade-, and many
other articles which you
Mill do Mell to sec 01
Miuy new bargains in Coloied
Silks for this week.
S.'ic Xatiinl Pongees ITc
(Only ill pieces.)
sl.2." IJ.iyadero Stiipcs 39c
bhoi t h ngths, fonncr ict.iil prieu
1:,c, fi, s,i.j-., si.r.o, for 39c
Figured China Silks.
A lull lino of new Pigmed China
Silks, woith T"if, for 39c
(Note J" inches wide.)
Ladios' Silk Vests.
You doubtless leniembor a Speoiai
Sale wo held this month last car,
when ne.irlv 10U do.en moio sold 111
;tvo dnv. We could piocuro no
elnplic.iies all the be.i-on.
lu tins lot m-o havo 70 dozen and
opoct no 11101c at anywheio no.tr tlie
Sics .1, 1, fi.
Colors, White, Keru, Salmon.
All libbtd, with slum hlcoves.
1 01110 promptly Monday moiuitig
to uisiiio getting tho sio you vvc.u.
The follow Inif deaths w. re reportevl nt tho
bo in I of he ult h e.bteret.i :
ilitekel, 'William, iiiji.l i.; 'Unnh "; 911
llell, e.ousuiii)tlein; buthil In Ywiodlawn
Hall, J. M ; .age a SS; llare.li C. city hos
pital, piiuimoula, bulbil In 1'oie-i I T lit
Ilillej, .Milinforel I),: nuoil M, ,I ireh 7,
1';1 .Mcilce., hi .ulpjw; burial In L'utoii 1 cm-
V lfb'Sle , Ito- , Infant; Mirth 7, UOl
C.iiupUll, Uliihlll al hviiuriliabe, burial in
I Ituill e e lllelel
llulfahei, Mnli.i'l, .iKed C7, March 7,
13W Willllilatte , ui.lelll.-l of tho lUHKa, burlil
lu .Mount Hi. .Mini te meter).
btewart, Carroll & Smith, undertakers,
121G Walnut t-trcet, TeKphono U16.
The follow Iiik births weie repotted to the
bom. I of health -eHu.la'.
Siinnii, J it (iml Anna; e-lrl; 13)2 Hast
I'ltienth; -Maull 7.
llaiber. A, .aiul I'ltzibeth; twin boss;
Tnuiity-tliliJ ntul Ol.ve March !.
UUlij, J, J ami -Mary il.; itlrl; 1119
Chmlutte: Muieh I.
Cluik, I', and I J, T , boy; GCO Troost,
rtulK 1. J. and 11 l; boj . 1703 Holl ,
11 m tli i.
Wells, Oolelle, boj , illy hospital,
Harrison, llcnjamm l" ami HaHy; clrl,
SijJi i:att Xlnetmn'i, Maieh S
t Horn, 1,. A and l.lta, k'lrl; 4311. Hast
Seventh; Mareh l.
GOING TO ST, LOUIS TO-NIGHT?
llui!ln-ton r.oiilo train leaves at 8:15 p.
m The only line runnlnt; three sleepers
with new- tlesant compartment berths and
bulfet. licrvlce un,urpased.
fl W 5 i)K
Linens and White Goods,
12") pieces Kino Imported Whito
Dolled Swiss, m 2 sie dols, 1 Xp
Morth 2.-.0 and :;oo a yaid. . i-Olj
l.'O piecei Kvtr.i Fine Imported
White India Linons beau- i Kft
tiful tihetr f.ibncs; 2oo for. -0j
Double Damask Table Cloths, si.cs
'JA and 'J yawls long in Imo aitistio
designs the Kasturlitim and
"i yard Cloths lor $2.47
3 yard Cloths for $2.95
It m ill be a long time before you
got another Mich a chanco to buy
Linen Clotlis anil Whito Goods.
T i2r Rnnfc
The now :i-button Ovfowls M'ill
make a gieat sensation and become
popular as -oon as on. Some Mill
buy a pair in black, others in tan
all Mith raoi too. Thousands ol
paiis of Uoots and Oxfords hao been
iccpivud m ithin tho jnst thtce days,
enabling us to show this week tho
handsomest lino ever brought to
t Special Lots as follow-:
LOT 1 .100 pans Ladies' Fine Don.
gola Kid Oxford-, never sold any
where for less than 's-.00.
1 hit week SJ.23
LOT 2 '115 pins Genuine Dongoli
Kid liittton Shoes sipiaio toe-,
low lnels nowheio less than $2 On.
Statue -week. ..SS.39
LOT .1 G23 pairs Ladies lino Vn 1
Kid lititiou hoes ia01 tots and
the new n.urow toes. Kveiywhon
LOT 1 J2,-i paiis Misses' Spring
Ilcol Lacetl Shoes patent leather
lipped trimmed Mpute toes
quality nevtr before h'-s than J.
1 oluni(s, fiOO pages each cloth
binding inner belmo le-s than $0,
$1.00 for the Set.
"Our 1 l'iht With T.in.nnnv,'" CK,t
by Kev.Ch.is ll.l'.nkhm-.t . . .'Ob
l T..l!l.li..l III I
i ii'iiiiiiiii iiiiin;
lliuiilsonio iii Aiilie.'U'.iiico!
Sti'oiigtli anil Durability !
fccnel for llliHli unl Cat iluguei mul hheit
V, R. ANDRUSMUSIC CO,
Ninth and Grand.
riftveu ccuU a nock (ur 'IIi
Jouruul UclUc-rvel ut jour doort
i yrsi i
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