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Til E KANSAS CITY J0U11NAL FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1805
RAISING AID FOR CUBA.
rJPTRr.STIIOMMStr.S TO UK IKNT
rnoM .iAt'usout.i,:, n.,
A Ofrnt lllllinprlne I tprilltlnn Heine;
riannnl ley ltiMiilntliilt Societies
nnit to Up l,eel ley i 1'rom-
liirnt (1. At )( Jinn.
Jnckonlll!. Kin., Mirch -It It re
ported here to-nlclit that a ferret moc
mcnt l on foot to orKainre, ciuli mid cm
birk illreet from JarkMnllle nml l'or
Jixnilliui nn army of ir ("J Cubatu ntul lie.
l?ro for serxlre In the lnurrcctlon In
Ctilii. The tnncinpnt In 1-eportPit to be
manage! hy the Cubnn lteAoltitlonlMs' So
ciety of Now "Jork ntul the Cubin Iteolii
tlonlut Club of JflektonWIle. The- Krouml
reported to bi taken b the tiiaiiaRcn Is
1hnt, n tlio Spinleh olllrlnln perflMently
deny thrtt nti Insurrection eilsH In Oubi,
I ho cannot mnke nlld Lomplnlnt nt Wah
Intfton nirnltm a flllbiuteiinB expedition,
Thn t'nlteel Stilts itiu and will recognize
ami nil! proceed nimlnet Illlbustcrinp only
when Spain isle formal notli-n thit nn In
surrection eMsti In Oubn, and that an cpe.
illtloti 1 pawns- tho t nltnt States Is to iilil
the nbcl, and, thcreb Uolate the treaty
Ixtncen Spain nnd thii Roxernmvnt. Hut
In lew of the Sp inlh oillcluls' persistent
rrorti to belittle the Cuban Mitbreak, the
result to be arrived t Is cither th it Spain
wilt continue to decry the talk of rebellion,
mid thereby diprlo Itself of the only
(.round fur enllitier on tin- t'ntlcd States In
tho name of tho trent to stop filibuster
era, or else It will forinl uckliouleelKo
und notify all treaty potxir, of tho rebel
lion, which litter, the Cubans heru eiy,
will slvc dlsnlty to tho Cuban ciuo ami
e-ull thousiiils of exllew home to battle for
it in ij be that the movement, rejiorted to
Jxi stcre-M taking form here. Is purely nn
audacious 'blurt' to frlRhlin .Spain Into
it knowl dirliii; the Insurrntlon, but wheth
r It Is or not, conspliuoiis nimes arc lilen
tllleit with tho enterprise
f. 1'. Ciinclu Is pnsldiiit of tin- Jackson
Mllc club nnd Uonznlw d'Quisada Is secre
tary of the New Vorlt o lct D Qeatla,
of Nen ork, and Colonel 1'lnuerdo ami
l)r. aides Domonleiuer of T.iinpn, who
re leader In the imminent, are reported
to bo weillhv and are rontrlbutlnjr lirce
nun to the i luso l'hic BCtitRnKn hive
been lnxltrd li the JiiekonvllIt club to ad
dress the Cub ins at a me tlmr to t ike place
III this city within a few dnvs, and the an
on llielr way hire now The lub will tn-lti-
nil Cubitis to attend the- incetlnir, the
object of which will IV to seell the funils
nnd tall out moral scutum nt from the pub
lic In support "f the movement
An lniluentlal cltl7en of Jacksonville, who
will In- conspicuous m the leulsl ittire.
which will meet net week at Tillihns-ipe,
Ss famlliir with all the secrets of the cltib-.
JIu Uilked somtivvhii freelv in reirunl to
tho movement ' solicitors are now at
work throughout rioiid.a withering inon
tv," lie said "and ninitrlti7 men to Join
tin- expedition An elTort will be m ide
after the meeting to oririnlre an arm of
Z',) Ciilnno .iml ULRro-s The -innv will
l- tomm imled bj An Amerlenn soldier, an
nlllcer of the (1 A It who Ins volun
teered for the enterprise The plan of the
club Is to clnrter fust ste mi essoin nnd
fnibilk at .InckonMe iiml I'crn indln i
The expedition will be prpp ireil to tlftht as
Von as It leaves I'nlted Stttes vvttirs It
will ce Mnlcht for a small Cuban port
and Join Uie -I'ntrlots '
Madrid, M irch JS The premier. Penor
Canovns del C istlllo In nn Interview to-
Iny, s-ibl. It Is useless to denv that the
t-ltuitlon of affilrs in Cub i Is Krive Utit
the Kovernment Is dettrmlne-d to --ettlo the
miUer do llvel this time Within the
next lx months WOOD men will b- sent to
fiibi, and If neecssurv PV)On0 troops will
he dispatched In order to occupy the entire
disturbed terrltorj '
Washington March 2 Senor MtiriBin
the Spinlsli minister Ins recentlv atlvifed
th-i state depirtment of several shipments
of arms ami immuiiltion from this coun
try to the Insurgents In Culn. These ship
ments are said to hive been made from
I'hllidelphli Perth Ambo, N .1 . and Sa
vannah Instructions were uiven to have
Mi-'Pectcd points vvat-lied nml for the iiros
ocutlon of pirtles eneiRfd In the business
The "-uspens however lnve m wined to
rlmle fleteetlon in-1 the proecutlnB of
fleers hive been mi ible thus far to seeure
Eiilllelcnt evidence to m ike oases.
PROFESSOR BLAKE'S INVENTION.
Ills Appiretiis for leltphouli ( miimtinle i
tlou Iletve 1 11 ship at s i an d
mltli il -ne e -.
I.iwren'-e K is V re li s (Spei 111 ) Pro
fessor I 1 lilnlt. n turn, d home this morn
ins, after a M.iv of tevral months off the
coist of Niw iOik, rfitlnB his inven
tion for lominuiii ition b.ivven ship-, at
frco. and betwten 1 mil and .l. ships. The
last teci of the invention was made on
Mondij under nov nrnment Inspection, and
it was f, Hi-factor) In tvei v.i A nuin
ber oi o h i tests have been made before
this nut this one was. rtK.irdi d as lln il
ri'he inv ntion has lmn In operation be
tween the chore and a IiKhthlp stationed
tevirut miles out Horn h.indj Hook, and,
el pi, ivitmv and uutavorable weather,
lb. miniinnii itlon his been as Kood n-s
waj ml ijiatel J'roftssor fJIake will Te
nia n vv Hi his elasyts at K insa unlvirslt)
till Jum when he will return to New
"iork ml perfeit di tails of tin- Invention
31c it tlu work then in chargi) of Uu
u nr lallwill u stulent, who went from
iie n a li w assistant
fjuvrnni tit ollleials n sard the Invention
di o i-Tr-at ImiKirtutii e, an It will bo a
,!- ai pafet,uard In all sorts of vveither
for th ps in ptssins dinheious plai es and
fjr .iriintinleailon when it is impossible
loru i i lisircel point bv bolt. Them.it
t"r II b. brouKhi before this next eon
Krc s ,i i it is thouuht that an approprlu.
ii n vv il 1 1 inndo to lit up several of the
(hniM i- iiolnts alone the horea with
thi il i i aim.
siiiiiulili il luii It, iorts,
liei i VI irh --!i The houso Lomtnittee
auitu i t InvtstiKuie the alleBeil jutck
i i irik-rsb) tin iiillrouis h is sub-
nun- iv upeiits 'IIil in ijoritj report,
Ki it i, ha the railroad eompaiiics do not
fvhui. blai kllsts has been adoptisl bj
tni li i Th minoiitv leport statlnK
thei , u kllht Is virtu illv In i ffe. I was
Mippent i bv all th. Populist members of
the l. ji.st . iept one
uitici' m:vvs nt miii:.
PittsiuiK Mnreb .s Tin fivo storv milt
house ii Wiilou i lulu s breWLrj, 'Ihlrtj
fclxtb sunt collnhed nt 7 o'clock this
jnoiniii '1 In vvelKbt of tho rraln stnied
in th uptr ilouts (iiustd the disaster.
The loss vvill lm 515,0X1 Jlverjono In tho
lniilillnu esi aped
Jvew uik. JIareh :? Allies .Mtinioo Itus
ell wll kuiiwii as a write! undi r tlio
luimn of Aitnes Muiiioe, Is dead hhe vvuh
for miiiij je.ars the ulltor of ' rho Club,"
mid e 1. 1 ji , '1 the dlstluoiloii of lieitii; tho
only woirniii nlltoi of a miiRazIno devoted
Ae-luMv Iv to ihe lnt, tests ot mi n
ht l.oais. .lo. -Muiih 2S A speeinl to
1ho Post lilspiteh Irom Port Worth, Tex,
sas thn rdHUithter Kid" und naunders,
two despi ladoes foi whose eiiptme thei .
is a heuv levvard, vmih shot and kllleil
this mornuiK b a etc ptity United hlates
liiaruhil nt Illluuls, cheiokee Nation, iu
II in 'I i rruoij
New vL, ilnri h JS Tho stockholder)
of tho Postal 'IVIisini h-i uble Cumpaii),
in a iih-Iiiik to-ihis, vonil tllmnlinousls to
luerease th, lapltu) stock (mm 10nVw) to
1,uu(mmj thn iuone lecelveil (rum the
suli uf the additional stock will be us, d
to pav tor eunstructlQii of llnt.i ulready
jirojectid und In coiuemplailon
Denver, Co , JIarcti is 'llio will of the
Jato Mrs AuKUsta I, Tabor wus suit to
iirobate to-d.i), und the bond uf .N 21
Tulor and V N Pierce, us executors. In
the fum of Jliioxi, was uppioved 'I ho en.
tiro istnte, valued at over llfoOtMi wus
lett to N M TUbor, a son ot Mrs 'labor,
nnd other relatives, most of whom live m
51 a I nc
IIol .Springs, Ark, March 2? -Yesterday
rnonilliK, vvlillo Harr) llcbno, editor of tho
-ci)tlliel and 1M UeaBley, u. spoiling mm,
were plaiiiK toKcther, Itchno turned u
hand i rlntr, und In dulnK fu a pistol fell
irom ids pocket to the floor, expfoilliiK the
urtrllKe 'I ho ball struck lleaslev, puss
Ing (liruunh his bod, Jlcuslcy died tu-day
(rem his wound.
hr Aufiibtlni-, ria., March 53 Tho north
Western portion of this elty was swept by
(ire this afternoon, destioyliitf forD-nlne
residences and business houses, besides
htvcrul smuller slrui.turis, cntalllni; a loss
cf iluoO). with little Insuruucu. A Iuiku
tiortk'1 of tho reslderces destiojed vvcro
iivvned by poor people, und mull) (ainilles
urc homeless to-nlKlit.
lirib'antfna Junetlou, N. J, March :8 A
fierce forest lire liuu been buruliib' In this
set tlon all dav, Tho district between
l'leasantville, N. J., und this place has
been burned. Mirny buildlnKS and u lareu
eiuantlty of timber were consumed by the
tiumes, und tho loss will aggregate many
thousands of dollars. 'I ho origin of the
jlro Is unknown. The hlfch winds rupldly
spread the llames, and Increased the dim
rultlcs of (Ifhtliiir the lire.
RIOTOUS CHICAGO GIRLS.
Inmate of thp Home for ,1utpiiI1p retunlc
Olfendprs ltnle it IIIb Itoir In Hint
ChlctBO, Mnrcli Is -Three members of
tlio board of trustees of the state home
(or jttvenllo female offenders were Riven
a prnctlcnt Illustration this ovcnlnp of
the Insubordination which bus tclrtneil
nmoiiR tho Innmtes for several weeks
pnst. Mrs. Charles llcnrotln, Mrs. J,
I), ltnrvey nml Mrs. a. M. Holt spout
the iifternoon nt the home ntul took
BUpiier with the Inmntes. The llility
Klrls confined thete took ndvantnite of
tho presence of tho representntlves of
the bo tnl of iimmiKemont to show what
they could do lit the vvny of liotltn?
The)' succeeded so well that tliev smash
ed nenrl) nil the crockery In the house,
illsiinntled the dlnliiK room furnitilte,
broke windows, threw tho contents of
tho pantry ntiout tho promises, filled tho
ulr with shouts ntul then refused lo ko
to their rooms nt the command of the
police. It required three vvneon loads ot
policemen to quell the riot, ntul It was
foil ml necpssjuy to curry the majority
of tho Klrls to their rooms bv main
strength nml to leave a policeman on
i;uupd throughout the nluht nt the door
of each loom oecupled by the Klrls.
The outbrenk was tho result of n
meetltiK held by the Blrls lu the nftei
noon, when II was decided to show, b
breaking, tho fnriiltuic, reetittnetit for
the pnttlitllty Hhovvn bv tho iiinnnBe
ntent, ns claimed by the Klrls, for Mamie
Davis, who was nllovved to tto to her
home, Minnie D.tvls, the Klrls claim.
vvns the iltiKlc.uler nmotiB them, nnd
when she was nllovved to i;o home tlio
others decided to ttko ndvnntitKO of the
presence of the members of the board
of management to show their resent
ment for the alleged pat Unlit)
At the supper tnblo the Klrls vvero
models of propriety and listened to tho
remarks of Mrs, llcnrotln nnd the other
members of the bottd of m iniiRcment
with all attention This was calculated
to show them tho wtoiiKtulness of In
subordination. During tho i lot Mr. llcnrotln nnd tho
other ladles we-io forced to remain In
the room nnd witness the riot, the Klrls
hivliiK locked the doois.
CUBANS FIGHJJNG TO WIN.
sp tin IV lit I Ind It Almost Iitipoolhlo to
s-iippnss the l'r si at Hi lulllmi
Tampa, 1'H , March :i The 1'lint steam
ship Olivette arrived from Havana to
night, bringing -i number of pissenucrs
Ones of them, a Cuban planter. Is going to
New York, his home He sns the Cuban
revolution means thi ruin of the Island and
that there are no lniluentlal men at the
head of it lie predicts .i dismal failure In
four monhts lie fears that the rise of
Canovas to the mlnlir means ehaos for
Cubi and thinks the Cubans have mm h
Injured thPin-elvo by this Insurrection
when sipnln was Just beginning to give
them home rule other passcngeis bring
news of the arrival of nddltlonal troops
from Spain These arrived at noon on
Tuesda) At 3 o'clock 2 of these were
sent Into the Interior This shows the ex
peditious m inner In which the troops are
handled, scucelj giving them time to eat
dinner 'then are now 12,000 rpanlsh legti
lars and JtiOie) volunteers on the Isluuls
If reports are to be believed, the Cubans
believe thit If JiM) Spinlards are sent
there, the) could not suppr'ss the pTtir'
movement. Ti. -) ate rtghtlng to win and
win the) must An American passenger
on the steimshlp staled that the news
papers were giving only the Rovern.iiei.t
side ind sending out wrong reports, thit
In all engigements the parlous had been
victorious He further stated that there
were ji.KM repeitlng rllles In the p itrlots'
hands Charles M and George A. Oulerre
left Havani bv- the same steamer The
former luul his hi ad wounded .and claimed
to have been In a band ne ir M.atnn7as It
Is his um lo thit Is In prison A pi inter of
ll)amo eontlrms previous reports given In
these dlsp etches hut could give no addi
tion il details He mentions Dstaban, Tom-ay-i,
Perez. J!rook Bad), Capote, Culll
ermon Popa md Lions, the two latter
formed) with the Spanlaids, .is being
prominent chieftains with the insurgents
He sijs Governor Gem ral Cilleji Is tho
best man hpaln has eer had, and his re
moval will be deplored bv- the Island gen
erillv, but It will materiill) help the revo
lution ns CalleJ t s sin lessor will probaJIIy
rtsoit to extreme measures anel drive nauv
to Hie Held.
THE ELKS JURY CHARGED.
Judge lltiiiini I Hi rl iris 1 1t it Atlantic
(it) Was tint I i gal i'l lie of Meet
ing Otht r Points.
Cleveland, O, Match 2S Judge Ham
mond dellv creel tho charge to tho Jury
In the 11 1' O Hlks case in the United
S3t.tle& clictilt court this mottling. lie
sh.itpl) cilllelsed the members, of the
order tor engaging In what he termed
the pett) dlfiLrencos which had tllsiupt
eel the order
'No quanel over had a more trivial
beginning," ho said, ' nor was more use
less than this one. It Is astonishing that
full grown men would allow so pett) a
muter to grow to the proportions we
have hero, where- a famous nnd useful
social soelit), with itch belongings, has
been dlsiupted eeemlngly without hope
of iccoiistructitm "
Continuing, Judge Hammond said that
tho amount Involved was sulllcletit In
sentimental a.ilue of p.unphenialla to
give tho coutt Jurisdiction He said the
jury must conslih i that Atlantic City
vvns the legal meeting phuo foi holding
tho contention In dispute, because It
was llM-d by the giand lodge and the
grand trustees, and the subsequent re
inoval of the grand tuistees In no wise
e hanged the legal meeting plaee After
some further discussion of the legal
phases of the case by Judfco Hammond,
tho Jut) retlied.
M.W M.l.W'IMi t'Alt,
1 )iu ot ible Inn ntion of a Kansas ( ity
Mini oiomii) Org nillug.
Web W M. Williams, of this city, his se
cured a patent right on a new palace sleep
ing car, vvhtih, he thinks, Is a great lm
pioveimnt on ill otlur cars now In t'&e.
A compui) is being organized for the pur
pose of building a car manufae tor) In this
its It will be known ns tho Williams
I'll ice ri tping Cir Compaii)
The new e ir dltfers from others princi
pal) In the construction of the buths
panels bene ith and above the winelows
ront tin shelves ami tho bcdetlng for the
berths In the lower berth the- shelf lor
the Inelding rests across the seats und In
the upper berth, across bars, supported
from the stele and roof of tho tut Mr,
Williams si)s bis patent makes a geln In
space between tho berths anil in their
length und width He has bren in thn
rallroid business several )ears, und Is con
vinced that the minis of his invention nijl
be speedtl) rcc-oc'nUed among i i Irene!
m v iivvi; m:i:v momiv.
Inn Clillelre n lite piirte d In thn I'ollru im
.Missing I nun 'the lr Jlonii .
It wns reported to tho police about 7
o'clock lust evening that two children vvero
missing from their homes, At up early
hour this morning the) bail not been
found Quo of tho children Is the G-) car
old son of i: I) KiuU, who lives at No
210 West Tenth street, und the othe r Is
between 1 und i )iurs of itgc, uml is thu
son of Mrs Mury O Connell, who resides
at No lilt W)undottu stmet The ehlMiiii
were last seen together near the Kratz
home iiboiit I o'clock. It Is believed that
they were stolen,
Abilene, Kas, March 28. (Special.) r.x
I'robute Judse Pex'k, one of Iho count) a
old settlers dle.i this afternoon of con
sumption, aged 45.
Topeku, Kas, March 2S Tho government
weather bureau thermometer leglstered !tl
to-ela), the highest March tcmperaiuiu
ever leioordod at this station,
Idwreiwe, Kas, March S. (Special )
Itepresc-ntailves of tho senior law class of
Kansas university who will have places on
the commencement proitrainmo are William
Winters and H. M, lowell.
Iawrence, !., March 2$ (Special)
The bod of an old man, siipposc-d to be
Colonel John lodse, was found In a ktj.o
jard. about eight miles southwest of this
city to-night ity his side was shotgun,
xv 1th which lie Ij sUDDOsed to haen l.ki.r,
MANY WOMEN SUFFER
FJlOM LACK OP IXFOttMATIOX.
Doctors Arc Too IIcscttcu'. A Womnn
bhoulil He Dealt lth Ojicnl. .
tfrrcut TO OCK LAM tADIS.I s
Women are often allowed liy their phy
sicians to sullcr lunch from lack of In
formation ntul anxiety.
men firo rain,
pie for them
tint they do
tlo not Inves
and It Is it strut!
In tlio treatment of female dUca'ci
men work from theory! nml It Is not to
bo cecteil that they can treat ns Intel
ligently thoo complaints from which
they have never sulTcrul, ns a woman
can who has initio the orpinisni ami ells
eases of her pt a life study.
Women allllcted with femilo illeics
nrewlolii tommnnlcitlhg promptly with
Mrs. I'liikh.itn. at I..v:m, M.i. 'Ihelr
illstresseil condition Is tltio to womb
trouble, and their symptoms tell tho
Lydia F. 1'mVutm's Vcpctiblo Cotn
pound Is tho nno remedy that removes
tho eauc, and re
stores health, cour
age", and happiness.
Tho ilruuclMs sell
moro of It than all
other female medi
cine. lij ?
Iho follow hie short
letter speil.s for It
telf. Jlrs. Parker Is
a very jouiir wife;
only tvrcntj-ouo ears
old. .She was nulTcr-
luc untold misery
when she wrote to.
Jtrs. I'inkhain for ad
vice, .V'o tho result.
Can evidence be stronger than this?
" I deem It mv duty to announce tho
fact to all my ft How -sufferers of all fe
male compliiuls that jour Vegetable
Compound has entirely cured mo of all
the pains and (mTerino; I was enduring
when 1 wrote jou last May. I followed
jour advice tn the letter, and the result
Is wonderful." Miss. Cil vs. 1'akkli:,
Little X 'alls, .Minn. Any druggist has It.
RUSSIA ACTS SUSPICIOUSLY.
she Has Tvvpiitv-oiie or Her ttest AVarshlps
In Chilli -e- Wut. rs Aliiv Oieup) the
i'esr leleir. s.
London, M irch 2 A dispatch to the
Times from bt I'etersburg a) that the
Cronstndt .Naval C.azette states that tvven-t)-onc-
Htissun men-of-war, including some
of the largest In the nav) are now In
Chinese waters The Novoe Vreni).L urges
the- Mnernment to oecup) the 1'esc.ielore
ilinK in orler to piovlde accommoda
tion for a large squadron of warships,
Washington March is The Japanese le
gation has leielved the following re-crlpt.
Issued bv the cmperoi of Jap in on the-occasion
of the shooting of Id Hung Chang.
'Although China. Is actiuill) nt vvur with
us she- smt an envoy, observing the due
forms and ceit monies of nations, to nego
tiate peace ml we also apMntod our
plenipotentiaries to meet and conlet- with
him at fchlmonsekl It being proper tlfit
we ishoiild. In a eorvlancc with est ibllshed
intein itional us u, and with due regard to
tho honor of tin state tpid to the Chi
nese envo) fuit ible tieatment ami protec
tion, we especl illv ellrecteel the compete-nt
authorities' to m glee t nothing to thit end
We- deeplv regi t 1hat a ml rennt has
unfoi tun itely ippearetl who Ins lntllcte d
Injurv upon the mvov The oifender will
of eotirse be punished b) the eompetent
authorities according to llw, without the
li ast e Nte'inntlon V e command the of
ilcluis mil the- pcojile to endeavor, b more
strutigl) bearing our will In mind to
strlctlv guiirel against the rev urrence of
uch onti-iges, so as. to not Impair the honor
and glor) ot tho nation "
1 1 Hung Is l,e ttlug Will,
Slilmon.-ekl March 2n The health of
Vliero) I.I Hung Chang his so far Im
proved tint 11 Is epetiil that the conferences-
between him ami the Iapinee of
Ilelals looking to the conclusion of peace
between China and Japan, will be resunitel
in t week
Hong Kong, Munh 2s The Japanese
w 111 botnbarel Tak iu, on the Island of
Kormosa, to morrow
Iiondon, March s A special ellspatch
from Shanghai states that thous inels of
J ipinese lamleel at Hal Chow on the const
of the prov in of Klang Su In vv hie h prov-lnn-
Sh inghal Is located The I liidlng was
effecteil under the protection of the squid
ton The Chinese lesisted but were- de
le iteel with a lo-s of SOO kllle-l Themove
mpnt foi.shidows un advance on Nankin,
e-aplnl of the prov lnce of Klang b'u
ICullroail I ariilngs,
Chicago III, M ire h "s Thu gross earn
ings of the llurlington for tho month ot
Kebru iry weiefKO M a elei leise of Je?,
3IJ from the sum' month of list wr The
operating expenses were $115111'), a ele
crease of $1$ spi The net earnings fiom
trilllc over opei ltlng expenses were- JoW. -SM,
a elvereisc of J.eSI.I With total ex
pinns anel ehatges balances against the
earnings for the month there Is a elellclt
of 'Jiv c.11 Tor the months of .1. Ulnars nml
l'tbiuai) the lxi id has a elellclt of f313,siij
K irnlngs of the Atelilson s)stem proper,
exe Hiding lines reporteel below, were, for
the third vviek In Mare h, JWt 119, an In
crease of J.lTiil, fot the month to date,
Jl Wi.' "V-, an Increase of rs (,j The c lin
ings of tho ht I.ouls ,; bin I'ranciscn
weie, for the week, J10-1 C37, a decrease of
J7tf0. the .arnlngs for tho month to due,
were .VJ.IDx, a dc lease of JIJ leVi 'ihe
f irnlngs of tlo' tlantle .VI I'aclllo xvere,
for tho week, fTl.T.H, un lncreo.se of $12,311,
for the month to elate, JJ1-',77J, an Incriase
of $17 1W 'the earnings of the Coloraelu
Mldlimt were, for the week, $30 SW, un In
i r ise of $2,177, for the month to date,
JSI.Se,. an increase of $7,3S'J Tho earnings
of the Atchison )stem, all lints, were, lor
tho week $7311 it, an Increase of $31,217, for
the month, $.'.il0 7-j0. an Ine reuse of $71 Mi
All the .arnlngs given uro approximated
J D ller's Itochester nock lleer has no
nitlflclal lluvor ot coloring.
HU I,ouIs, Mo, March IS Catherine
Kaeser, of llfti J)neh street, was hacked
to death at 1 p m to-ela) b) nn Infurlate-1
man who hid been boarding ut her house,
Tho murderer lullovv u! his brutal crime
with his own destruction, gashing his
thro u with a kiiifu and Jmlfctln fatal
bt. i.ouls, Mo , March 2S A Piie'clal to
the ltepublle from iluishall, Mo, sas. In
the crfmlnul couit here six Indictments
were found against h T I,)ne, cashier of
the defunct biater things built, for re
ceiving money on deposit after knowing
the bank to bo insolvent lie has been rc
leiscsl usn giving $7,&" levill
fat, Joseph, Mo., .March 2S I'or some time
past bt. Joseph and Kansas Clt) business
men have been quietly at work prospect
ing for oil in the Illg Horn basin In W)o
mliig To-dav Washinglon, their expert,
returned, and his reiwri was of such fa
voiable uatuie th-et a stock company with
a capita! of $),(l wies formed.
Warrensburg, Mo , March 25. (Special,) J.
A JiilU, u sciantci, tor.ei1 an order fur
IJ.) on Akron lpel),e No. 130, Junior Order
of American Mechanics, uml passed It on
I,, i;. ImvIUsoii hero list night. Tho forg
ery was discovered, but tho man had
sklppeil to llolden, where an attempt was
maelo to arrest him, Ife drew two jevolv
irs and u lli"b battle ensued, but the
KocK 1 oi .no , March 28 (Spesclal ) Two
nirii are coiillmel hue for shooting Mr,
Johnson, a hired man of Mr Teirlberry,
who lives on the line between Missouri unci
Iowa, In Atchison e-ount), the house, being
in low a ami most of the land in Missouri.
Terrlberry anil Johinson caught the men,
ltenshavv ana lavls, loading coin from the
farmer's crib and the) tlre-d at Johnson, and
then lied Into Iowu. Johnson is badly
xvounded and may die any moment. He
was, however, conscious enough to recog.
nlze the two robbers, who were brought
hrq lot Jdc-tc-Uoa. b
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WARING DEFENDS HIMSELF
JlfAIH' I'AOMANOi: UK t'OtlUTF'fir.S IN
Till! UlSCtMltl.V OK A 1'APIiR.
Antl-Tntlnn ARnln Hobs ftp In the tsck-
son toilllty Ateillrnt Mirlply Action
Urged tn lie Inken In thei
Dr. J. J. "Wolf road a paper on the
antl-toxlne cure l the meeting of. the
Jackson County iledlcnl Society Inst
night, tn the cotrse of which he paid
that the society lad not Indorsed the
stand tuken by r.iliur, liehrlng nnd
others relative to the euro. AIo In the
course ot the pipe ho made some state
ments which wttt tnken ns derogatory
of the board of hctlth of tho city.
When n tllscusson of tho paper was
called for, Dr. 11, I'. Waring rose nnd
said Hint no tnettlon of tho board of
hoilth could be made In the soclotv
without some doaots claiming that It
wns In the Interes of politics. He then
turned his attenthn to the nntl-toxlne
euro here. He snU there have been 300
cases of diphtheric; that 130 of these
have been treated with nntl-toxlne nnd
that but six of th'sc cases resulted In
death. He suld tint tho euro is tccotn
mended by Dr. Cms IMson, of New
York, and other iromlnent ploslclans.
His statements breught Dr. J. lllock to
his feet with n iharp lejolndcr. Ho
said that there hai been no more illph
theila In the city than at other time;
Hint he was certilu that there never
vvero 300 caes of diphtheria In Kansas
Clt) this winter: that many of the so
called cases of tllphtlicrli were cases of
tonsllltls und he could not hel. coming
to tho rescue of hit colleague, Dr. Wolf,
who had suffered nt the hands of the
board of health, tt w'asi a question of
Influence, he said. At this Dr. Waring
lose and claimed ho Ind a right lo pro
tost agulnst the personalities which had
nppeared in Dr. Wclf's paper.
Dr. H C. Crow ell, he president, ruled
that pctsonalltlcs had been injected Into
tho paper und Dr. Varlng had a right
lo bo heard. Thereupon Dr. Vnrlng
wilil that two cases had been refcired
to where ho had dote his full duty and
would do It ngaln. At this point Dr.
Hlock enlled for tho report on the re
sult of tho nntt-tox!no euro In this city.
Di. Wnrlng retottel that the board Is
working on tho report, but that it Is
dilllcult to obtain histories of nil the
c,aos fiom doctors who carry diplomas
and, therefore, are allowed to ptactlce
The society then -vent Into a long nnd
hot discussion of the course to lie taken
In the case of Mr Bulrd, the Chtlstaln
Science healer. It was held behind
closed doors, but "cr.al of the partici
pants talked so crthuslastlc.illv their
voices couleJ oasllv be he.ud outside Dr.
C. 1' Walnvv right. Dr. J Hlock and Dr.
It C Crow ell weie nmnng the partici
pants It was sale! thnt the notions of
Chtlstaln Scientists must be stopped In
same wn. One doctor said that tho
best thing xxotild be to let all the pa
tients who call In Chilstlnn Scientists
must be slopped In some way. One doc
tor aid that the best thing would bo to
let all the pitlents who call In Chrls
tlnn Science healers die and be burled
by the coroner. It was suggested fur
ther that the prosecuting attorne) bo
approached by several of the society
nnd urged to take decisive action.
Others wanted tho matter laid before
the grand Jury. The discussion lasted
until after 11 o'clock, but no definite de
cision was reached
Dr. J A. Horlgau read a paper at tho
rniNcirAi. hucuanan iu.tuks.
Arrangements Made for Accommodation of
Missouri Tea. hers ut Denver.
Principal John T Iluchanan, ot the high
school, returned )esterday from Denver,
where he was In the Interests ot tho Mis
souri delegation to the meeting of the Na
tional Educitlonal Association, In Jul). He
made complete arrangements for the en
tertainment of the Missouri tenchers at
the Cllen irm and Oxforel hotels I hpse
teichers who wish to obtain both lolglng
and boird In the same building will stop
at the Glenarm, which Is but three bloe ks
from the place where- the sessions of the
association will be held All who wish
to stop nt a hotel conducted on the Kuro
pean plan w '11 be lodged at the Oxfo-d, a
block from th.- depot The chatge for two
In the s line room at the Oxford w 111 be
but 75 eents e da) Mi Huchamn also
made arrangements for me lis ut the res
taurants. 'Ihe rillrouds will run tourist
sleepers from this city. Tickets to the
meeting will be placed on sale In -i short
time and will be good until beptember t
He-sides the hotel lurangements, Mr. Hu
ch man nude arrangements for lodging
und private me Us at rooms on tho out
skills of tho cit). This wus done for the
benellt of those who wish to attend the
me, ting at as low a cost as possible. 1 he
Uulletln the oig.iu of tho association, vv il
be Issue 1 earl) In April. It will contain
all requisite information concerning the
association ami the meeting Kansas Clt)
Is well rctir senteel In the organisation
l'rofessor I- IJ i-Volfe ami I'rlnclpil llu
chonnn are elliectors. and Superintendent
Oreenwood is the treasurer The Missouri
deleg ition will. In all piobablllt), be the
largest In tho history of the association.
I'll a for thee Helping Hand Institute.
At the meeting of the Central Women's
Christian 1nipennce I'nion )esiirday
afternoon. Mrs Trances Jenkins made un
curliest pie i tn behalf of the He Iping Hjlid
Institute Mrs Jenkins Is a member el the
union, and not long ngo she made a stud)
of the work ot the institute, w hie h sho
slid Is worth) of ull assistance 'she nsk
eel the members of the union not to Lelleve
the elerog uors stories of tramps who com
plain thut the Institute gives a modicum of
food for a plethora of work but to look
up thei Institute for themselves, and not
feed tramps too readllv
It was voted to furnish tho Mlssjuri Pa
cliie hosplt il with two Hlbles, a request
hiving been made for them It was te
ported by the committee on temperance
work at the. Helping Hand Institute that
meetings nil) b' held there b) the laelbs
on the second Haturd ly evening of each
month A notice of the revival meetings
now being conducted by Rev. Mr. Culpeper
was re ul llxtiucts from the Woman's
.Signal, of London, and the Plorence, S. C ,
Times, relative to women's sulfrage, vv en
read Tho afternoon's reuellng was on the
subject, "Sehools ot Method and Parlia
Tor purity nnd wholesomeness, J. r
ller's Itochester Dock lleer cannot bo
Deaths uml 1 iineruM.
Robert n Vogt, a 5-senr-old child of
August Vogt, of Nn, lStv flora avenue, was
burled nt 1 o'clock esterday afternoon tn
I'nion cemeteiy. 'Iho ltev. Mi. Pell olll-
jucob II, Ttlckart died )csterday nt his
home, No. Do.'7 Olive street, ugeel 39 purs
Ihe funeral services will be held at 3
o'clock this afternoon, and tho burial will
bo In P.lmwood cemetery.
The funeral scrvl-es over the remains of
Ruth nnd nmma Wlberg. two Utile chil
dren of Charles Wlberg, at No. 1S37 Holly
stteet, vvcro held seslerday ufternoon at 3
o'clock. The builul was in Union ceme
tery. The remains of Mrs. Jane Wolley, who
riled at her home, No. 31ol Oak street, on
Wee!ncsda),wero taken yesterday to Wells.
Vllle, Kas., for burlul.
llie 'llic-osophlcal hoeiety.
At the meeting of the Kansas City Theo.
sophlcal boclety last night, Miss Henrietta
Hornung, of the Wushlngton school read
u paper on the subject, "home Thoughts on
iMueatlon " She dealt mainly with the
home training of children, the consistent
conduct of parents unci the Kind ot idlglous
education a child should receive. The biib.
Ject was dlscusseil by (Seorge C Warren,
Dr I'lnrlea I.. HunKerfortl, Dr. J, Philip
Kuoehe and President li. II. Chapman,
The licet I'll! I ever uae.l," Is the frequtnl
remark of purchase r of Carter's Little I.lrcr
Pills. Mhcn you try them you will oj tho
Ouo btory llrlck llulliilne.
1', K. llrown, Jr, will to-duy take out
permits for two one story brick buildings
ut l'lfth street und Droadway, .tfxW feet in
size. The buililliigs, when completed, will bu
occupied b) the Chatter Gas Company, nn
Eastern, concern. Tho buildings will cost
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