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TUP, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAKC1I 31 , 1805.
RAID ON GAMBLERS,
rOLIOR MVOIII- DOWN O.H CltlM'8 0
TOIttOl'S CI.UH ItOOM.
fttiil itHnnlerlv tint people In the vlelnlly
hive retnonsumted ngalml It. The irnmc
l snld to have n (trout "rnke-ort," no much
o thit the plivera liio icry Utile clnnci
tit win In It It I vnriotnly etlm ited tint
the "rake-off" run from l) to (.vii a week
Henry IIon was rhnrKeiI Rpeclllc-lllv
on tho police register Willi running a Rimb
line home, The eight men tirtetril In the
plnre were chirged with trenticntlng n
EIGHT PLAYERS ARE CAPTURED,
ALi.nwRti tc tmn hond without
nr.IMO TAKKN TO IIKAUQUAHTKHs.
The rroprlrtor lint Kirn llln I'Uco
Uellnnrn nf tjw nmt UnellUtirhed
by Onirrm for rpnrft-IUId
on I'ritp Itiioni
The police raided Crlm's notorious gamb
ling house over the Wnll Street exchange,
No. 809 Wall street. Inst night. At tho
time of tho rnlil, which vva made by
Sergeant rinnninrnti ntul Olllcer llutilop.
Orogin ntul W. J. Nichols, (hero were over
twenty men In the room. They Were en
gaged In gambling nml were not expecting
the visit of the otllccrs. Only elKht of
them were put under nrreit, nml they were
Allowed to give ball without being tnken
to police headquarter". They gave the of
ficers llctltlous name". The man who
claimed to be In charge or the place gnie
the name of A. K. Johnon. Their bondt
wero made $10) each, and the bonds were
signed by It. N. Vlnelqttlst.
Captain Ilranham was Induced to raid
the place by n telephone inei
fage from a man who gave hi in
a name not his own, and nd
Ylied him ni a friend to mike tho raid.
The mnn who telephoned told Captain
Branham Hint n, party of gentlemen were
looking Into Crlm'i place rrom a window
In another building, and th it they could
pee a room full of men engaged In gamb
ling. A few moments later another tele
phone message went to police headquar
ters. Tho man who telephoned said ho
and n number of other men had been look
ing Into Crlm's gambling house and had
Hatched those theie plnvlng at the gamb
In addition to the kindness shown the
gamblers In not putting them Into a pa
trol wagon and hauling them to police
headquarters, like any other criminals
caught lolatlng the law, the ofllcers re
frilned from capturing any of tho gamb
ling Implements and paraphernalia, and
after they left the gambling was resumed.
It was not expected by the police that
Crlm or any of the other gamblers who
have been doing business for ears In
Kansas City would run their places last
night. A tip was given Friday night to
them to close up and remain closed for
two weeks. Crlm, In obedience to tho tip,
closed his place at 11 o'clock Friday night,
but he could not resist the temptation to
run It wide open Inst night. Many pro
fessional men, business men and clerks
feel "sporti" on Saturday night, and they
usually Hml a place where games of chnnce
arc In progress. In consequence the "take
oft" of the gambling houses 13 bigger on
Saturday night than on any other night
during the week.
Crlm has run gnmhllng houses uninter
ruptedly In Kansas City for Ilfteen jears
and has accumulated a fortune fiom his
unlawful business. It Is nald that his win
nings and percentage has run as high as
15 000 and that It rarely ever falls below
$2(00 a month. He has made no secret of
his ownership of gambling houses In Kan
sas Citv. One night about eighteen months
hko, while he was under the Influence of
liquor in a well known siloon. he gave a
Journal representative a sketch of his life.
He said that he was for a number of years
a printer and had worked ,tt tho case on
the Journal and other Kansas City pa
pers. In the meantime he gratified his
passion for gambling, rinally ho became
bo export that he decided to quit tvpe
t setting and to open a. gambling house of
his own. He did so, and notwithstanding
that was about fifteen years ago, he Ins
run gambling houses in Knnsas City ever
since and Is still running one.
Anv olllcer of the Xletronolltan nollce
force could hao found Crlm's gambling
house at No. 800 Wall street without a tip
from nnori It is in a large room In the
front of the second story of tho building,
livery morning between 4 and li o'clock
Crlm nnd four or live of his employes, may
be seen leaving the gambling house nnd
going to one of the restaurants on Main
street, between I'lghth und Ninth stieots,
where they ext lunch. Sometimes they
may be seen In the all-night s Uoons in
that locality Indulging In beer and other
beverages. One of Crlm's emplojes re
cently gave a Journal reporter n card, on
which was his mine and "Wall Street
Club" and requested him to send anjone to
tho club room who wanted to engige In
"a good game of poker."
The olllcers who pitrol the beats on Main
stieet between Kighth and Ninth stieets
and Wall street between the same streets
have seen Crlm and his employes going to
and coming from his gambling house nnny
timet.. Thev have seen them In the Millions
and the restaurant refeired to, nnd If they
do not know the kind of business that
keeps them up until C or C o'clock eveiy
morning they ore tho only peisons who
have to ho up 111 that locality at those
hours who do not know.
HOT FINISH FOR MARCH,
The flexing I'nj-n of This .Month Itrrnk
tho Iternrd for High Ipiiipemlurr
A tool Wtivn Coining.
The weather during this last week of
March Ins heen higher than thit recorded
of nny slmllir period bv the local weather
bureau Not only th.it, but even the oldest
Inhabitants c.uinot remember when March
went out so troplcnllv. On Thurslny the
tnixlimun t.ntpornttire wns v deg , on
Weilnc'd iv It wns M deg , on Trldav It was
V deg. ntul vesterday It was Til deg rrom
IW to this j ear the highest temperature
recorded during nny .March was sj deg,
that being the temperature on March 17,
JWI. (in March 22, lvil, the mercurv regis
tered 5 deg The highest tompemure dur
ing March, Hi:, wns alo M deg. During no
car has the high temperature been so
continuous ns this voir. In IVS1 (he high,
est temperature during March was 71 dee.
In l"e) It was 73 deg. und In 15!)l It was CI
Observer Connor slid vestcrdav that
the direct cnusn of this unseasonable hijitt
Is bevoml the ken ot the wenther elepirt
ment. There Is a storm advancing enl
wunl, nnd of course the temperature has
risen. The storm stirted on the North
west I'.ielllc eoist and has hen live dis
on the wn. It Ins developed considerable
force. The path It Hrst took was In the
direction of the Dakot.is nnd Minnesota,
but Hte on l'rldny night, much to the dls.
gust of the weather man, who had outlined
Its probihl course, It dropped southward
and became central over Kansas. Storms
of equal Intensity have pissed over the
sune giound that this one has traveled,
but In no eise has the temper itnre on the
outskirts ot any storm been so nbnornnllv
high. Whv this Is Is us jet Inexplicable
to meteorologists. The storm will e.iusn
scattering thunder storms to-div and will
be followed bv a deeliled elrnn In leniner-i-
tuie. It will be much cooler riom to-ilny
for peveril divs to come. The precipita
tion lo-dny In Northern and Northwestern
Kansas will In all probiblllty turn to snow.
Distress in the Stomach
" t hid ttoublo with my stomich for n lontt
lima and could not Rctanj thing Hint would do
Jim. II. Chnmplln
mo any (rood. Last
Febtinry I hid
of tho itomicli, and
was so bad for 1
week, Hint even llRht
food would cauio
and vomiting. Tho
mo no good nml so I
thought I would try
When I hid tiKen
lwnbntlles I could pit nmthlni: without hnv.
Ini? the lent bit ot distress. I h.ne only liken
Ive bottles and my general hoilth Is much bet
tcr." Cti, CiMMfLt.v, flriituiiClt),Iow Yotk.
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Hood's Pills sliouM bo tn every housohoM.
A TERRIFIC SNOW STORM.
.March lining Out In ('(dorado I lice n Itoir
lllg, Ktlglllg, llliiiUltli I Inn
Denver, Col., March 30 Colorado Is ex
periencing to-diy the worst snow storm In
many months. A tremendous gale Is blow
ing from the northwtst, but It Is not cold
and, ns tho snow melts rapidly, tralllo will
not be seriously Impeded.
The snow and wind storm continued all
d ly with unabated fury. It is the woist
storm since the memorable one of March.
ls"l, which continued for three davs. lleavj
thunder and vivid Hashes of lightning nc
compinled the beginning ot this storm, a
feituie not unusual at this season.
The velocity of the wind Just before day
break was terrlllc, and but for the heavy
wet snow, which served to hold things In
their pi ices, much dimige would no doubt
have been done. At ! 20 the wind was
blowing at the late ot forty-eight miles an
hour, but It slowly decreased up to noon,
when It reglsteied thirty-four miles.
A gable of the Columbus s hool house
was blown out. Stones weighing thlrtj
lle pounds were blown over thirty feet
nw ly, while heavy blocks 1 iv piled up over
eighty fiet f.om the building.
The trninw iy and c ible companies are
having great dllllculty in moving their enrs
nnd nnny of the street railway lines are
blocked. At 0 p ni. the snow was fibnut
a foot deep in this city nnd It is bidly
During the ciilv part of the day trains on
the railroads Kast and West were running
on time, but tho night trains nre considera
bly delajed and if the storm continues
much longer .i genet al blockade will occur.
The stoim Is exceptlonillv seveie In West
ern Colorado Observer nrandenburg siys
the storm will abite during tin- night and
colder weather will follow. The storm Is
lapldly advancing southeastward and to
morrow the Indications nro Texas and the
Gulf states will get a touch of It.
FORCED TO MAKE A RAID,
l'ollco Reluctantly Desc end Upon the No
torious Crap Joint Hun by
A notorious crap gamo at Independence
and Lvdla avenues, which has been run
ning for months, became so noisy and the
players so demonstrate,! list night that
property owners nnd residents in tho vlcin
itj made complilnts to the police. It w.is
reported that people passing along the
street In fiont of the dlvo had been solicit
ed to play In the game and had been
abused with the vilest epithets mon refus
ing. Finally tv woman was openly insulted
by the gang of toughs that was loitering
about the place. Drunken nun went in and
out of thu place, brawling and roistering,
nnd their conduct finally became so un
bearable that people who have complained
time nnd again of tho presence ot tho dive
threatened to take tho matter of closing
It Into their own hands unless the polteu
Interfered. Meanwhile the frequenters of thu
place became engaged In a wi angle nnd,
fearlnir tome Mich occurrence) as Hut mur
der til tho cinp den at No. 109 li.ist Thlid
street a few das ago, the police were linal
lr forced to uld the place, although by
doing so they furnished u practical demon
stration of tho falsity of the statements
that have been made that thero is no
gambling in tho city and of tho truth of
the Journal's statemenib that thero Is.
The descent on tho gambling den was led
by Policemen O'M.illey and Conway. Tho
gambling resort was tunning full blast at
the time, ...
In front of it was a barber shop, appar
ently run ns u ' blind," und through this
the police passed In making tho raid. The
dive looked very much like the one at No.
109 East Third stiett, whero William Ullx
and James Kills fought to death with
knives two weeks ago. It wns run by a
man who fcave the name of llemy Wilson.
Will Evans, who runs tho birber fchop In
front of It, Is believed to havo tin lutciest
In the game. Higlit frequcnteis were cap
tured in tho resort and nil of them were
taken to the Central police station in tho
Tho Dvans ciop game, ns It is called. Is
one of the most nourishing lu tho city und
has been running constantly for u long
time without Interruption except at times
when the players have become to noisy
Beecham's pills arc for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dysper
sia, heartburn, torpid liver,diz
ziness, sick headache,bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite.sallow skin.etc,
when caused by constipation ;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills jo and
S a box. Book ret at your
druggist's or write B.F, Allen Co.,
3$ Canal St., New York,
Hie Storm In Nebraska.
Omiha, Neb, March 10 The following
specials to the Bee show the extent of the
storm raging lu Northwestern Nebraska,
South Dakota nnd Wjonung
Clmdton, Match 30 Thliteen Inches of
snow Ins fallen heie to-day and the storm
Is still raging. It Is the heaviest snow ot
tho.bcaon. Itallroad traffic Is blocked
west of here.
Chejenne, Wjo , March "0 A fierce snow
stoim, accompanied by high winds, has
been In progress heie for twenty-four
hours. Tasscngor tialns on the Checnne
& Northern and cnevenne .l isurnngton
are tied up und no ficlght Is moving on
the Union Pacific main line. Unless there
Is a speedy cessation of the storm the
losses of live slock will bo severe through
out Southern Wjomlng
Caspei, Wvo, Maicu 10 Since yesterday
noon a northeast snow has prevailed here
At this time the snow Is fourteen Inches
deep. The absence of wind Is renniknblo
and local sheep men are getting uneasy.
Unless a wind comes in the next twenty
four hours, it is thought the sheep langc
loss will be considerable.
Iaisk, Wo,, March 30 Tho worst storm
of the season began esterda5 with n
warm rain. At mldnluht a strong wind
front tho uoithcnst sptang up, the rain
changed to snow, nnd a hlliiiul set In
which Ins listed nil di To-nluht there
are no indications of better weather The
train from tho Hast was two hours late
to-day, nnd as the ro id west of heie Is
blocked tho tialn returned fiom this point
to Chndron, Neb Stock on the lange will
suffer The snow Is vety wet and the
dilfts from two to sK feet deep.
Hetcpticm to llr. SI niton.
On I'rldiy evening, the 29th Inst, tho
First l'resbyterliu church, comer Tenth
street and Torest avenue, tendered a recep
tion compllmcnt.il to Its pastor. Dr. 11 O
Stanton, upon his return fiom his lito trip
to Mexico. The pallors weie dccontld
with tlowers, palms and pit lor limps. The
programme consisted of vocal uid lnsttu
mentul music and locltatlons. Tho attend
ance wns lirgo. a number of Invited guests
fiom other churches being present. Among
them were: Itev. C II. Hi lice, of tho
fifth riesbvtcrlan church: Itev J II Wel
ts, of the ran th Tresbiteilan church, and
Itev. C M Ileldlng. of tho Third Presb
tcrlnn church Refreshments were served
by tho oung ladles of tho church.
Mii!vnu'H I'minus l'lc tore.
John Midi an s largo pilntlng, "Sherl
din's Ride." was exhibited last night In
Woodland hall, lOlfi (Irand avenue, ror tho
llrst time. Theie was a lirge crowd pres
ent nnd the painting, which is a stirring
war scene, was admired by all who saw It,
SInot Divls dellveied a brief addre-s. Ho
was followed by Colonel W r Cloud, who
dwelt upon the event of the war Alili'h tho
painting faithfully depicts. Mr. Mull any
was not present, owing to an Injury sus
tnlneil while superintending tho hunging of
1 rult 1'rnicp, c ts lu MUieourl.
St. Joseph. Mo Match 20. At tho meet
ing of the lluchunnn County Horticultural
Society to-day reports wero submitted
showing tho prospects for fruit. Peaches
promise, 20 per cent of full ciop: apples,
I) to 70 per cent; i.ispherrles ami straw
bertlcs, CO per cent; blackbcriles, (i) per
cent; plums. M per cent, nnd pears, full
crop Tho small fruits wero Injitied by
tho dry wenther of last fall.
J, D. Ilor's beers are browed In Kansas
City. This should appeal to jour- uppre.
clutlon of homo Industries.
ititoitit op 'i in: past wki:ic.
Receipt!) of wheat tho past week, 33 cars.
Receipts of coin the past week, 91 cars.
Receipts of ije tho past week, 31 cars.
Receipts of hay the past week, 171 cars.
Receipts of cutllo the past week, 29.C00
Receipts of hogs tho past week, li,:0O
Receipts of sheep tho past week, ?.,100
Receipts nf horses and mules the past
week, MS head.
Hank clearings, 9,5".6,2M.
Dining tho week ending Jast night mar
riage licenses wero Issued lu this city to
twent) .three couples.
During the past week ni tides of Incor-
fioratlon were tiled by four new companies
n this city.
During the week ending Saturday night
thirty-four new suits wero tiled In the cir
cuit court In thl' city,
During tho past week tho pollco made
twenty ai tests on state charges and IH
arrests for violations ot city oidlnauces.
Tho real estate transfers last week
amounted to Jj73,(jaei, of which J3,9. was in
trustees' deeds. .
Tho transfers during tho mouth of Muich
amounted to J0M. li'i. while thoso of l'eb
luary amounted to fM.S.5."i7.
The highest tempeiutuie last week was
S3 deg. on the 2Sth. and the lowest 11 deg.
on tho 2ijth. For thu eoi responding peilod
lust ear the record Is; Highest tempera
ture, 61 deb.; lowest temperature, 12 dey.
nievntrel Itiillvem ( ciiiipiiny Will llerrnfler
Run Its 'trains Our tho Central
Tho olllcers of the Kansas Clly nievatrsl
Railroad Compiny Issued onlers esterday
to the conductor-! to begin this morning
running the cars ncros tho Kaw river
bridge nt Central nvenuo ugiln nml to
make trips over the entire rout Instead of
transferring their pissengers nt the brlelge,
ns has been done for sonic months.
The bridge was closed for pirsuge early
last December, nnd since tint time tho
road Ins been compelled In transfer Its
pissengers nt each end of the bridge iiittl
compel them to walk the bildge. The plan
of running the loail on the hilt shell wns
quite ns unsatisfactory to tho company ns
It was Inconvenient to the pissengers, and
the pleisure of the resumption ot through
tritllo will bp mutual.
The operation of the line and the trans
fer sv stent bus euuse-d much nnnovnnc,. und
one wreck In which Motornmn Jncks got
u foot mashed and will be a cripple. The
closing ni me linage was iMtieisi ny n
gient scare about it being In nn unsafe
condition and liable to fall beneith thu
weight of the trains In pnslng over it. It
his been repilre-d nnd Is now slid to be
of sulllclent strength to meet tho lequlio
ments of the travel.
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1 OmMi Bl'ace IttTfllill
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1 lyBUji vmue iWim
Irfil Price F"tl3
t: Housekeepers placing; their
I accounts with us
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1 jW 11
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1 1, gentle Spring, thou art the queen of seasons. At your soft and dainty approach
nature unfolds her most beauteous treasures to do homage to your presence. Your
happy inlhieiice is felt by all. The birds chirping children of the air pay tribute
in joyous song infant blossoms with bended heads await your blessing, and to woman
you breathe the inspiration to make in ore heavenly the home of those she loves. We, too,
arc imbued through your inspiring influence with renewed efforts to still further achieve
added laurels to our already famous and popular repute. Our ambition centers with the
season of all seasons, and the thrifty housewives will heartily welcome OUR
PRING MONEY-SAVING SALES!
WE WILL ADD TO THE JilCHES OF YOUR HOME!
WHAT YOU SAVE YOU POVKET AS A PKOFJTl
Date i, of -.ertlcel.
The following are the dates of services
conducted bv the various ehurclu s of the
cltv nt tho Helping llnnd Institute:
l'lrst Mniidiy evening i-ncli mouth, rirst
Congregation il church; Tuesday livening,
Cumberland Presbyterian: Weilnesel.iv, not
t.iLcii;Thtiril iy, Slth and Prospect ( hrls
tl in l'lleli). Sixth and Ptospcet; Saturday,
Second Monday, Ciliary Daptlst; Tues
du, not taken: Wednesdiv not tiken;
Thursday, Second Presbv terlnnj rrlihi),
Cljeln Oongregitlonnl; Saturday, Central
W O. T. U.
Third Mondiy, Children's Memorial; Tues
daj, St. Mink's Ilplscopil, Wednesdn, Sat
iation Arniv; Thtirsd iy, riftecuth und
I.dli Chilstlnn; I'rldiy, not taken; Satur
day, Shetllelil Olnstlall.
rourth Monday, rirst Chrlstlnn church;
Tuesel iy, i'irst l-rtsh terlnn; Wednesilay,
I.lbcity Street M 13; Thursday, Orami
Avenue M 1.; I'tlday, not taken; Satur
div, not t lketi.
I'vnugcllstlc sen lees conducted by Mr.
Shinhnn cierv Sitndiy evening.
Wednesday from "! to 1 p. in, ilsltors'
Kindergarten fiom 1 to 4 p. m. each day,
except Saturd iy and Sunday.
Cottage praer nice ting Tuesday, Thurs
diy and Saturday evenings.
IMetsant Hour Sundav afternoon nt
ll,itliH and 1 mil nils.
The remains ot A. G Smith, who dlod nt
lfi!3 Mrtle avenue on I'llday night, will bo
taken to Minneapolis, Kas , for burial to
day lJanlel Clnrles Siilllian, who was killed
by tho Santa To train on 1'rlday, was
burled In St. Marj's cemetery estenliy
at 2 30 o'clock. 'I he funeial was from tho
home of his p ire litis. Vsll Liberty stteet
Mrs. Josephine M. Hutchinson, aged If,
jenis, died nt bet home, ",0 Woodland
avenue, late I'rldiy night. Tho funeral
will t.iko place at the resldenco nt 3 30
o'clock this nfternoou Dr. Vnsnr officiat
ing. The remains will bo taken to Mill
fold, K. II., for burial.
drain! 1'iit, rliilnincnt.
Thero will be a grand entertainment at
tho Chrlstlin church. SKtli and Prospect,
Tuesday evening, April 2 under the direc
tion of Miss Kulherlne Pige The enter
tainment will consist of Oteclin pictures,
stituo posing, flreclnn statue drill, etc . by
the oung ladles of the church Among
some of the picture nie Dance of tho
Muses, Death of Vlrglnl i, Hicchus and the
Hacch intes, Home Sweet Home, Toilet of
tho Ilrldo nnd The hculptor's Dre mi
Among the nunibers b the, children are.
l'alry Chorus and DillI, Ilees und flowers,
Chlneso Dlvertlsemcnt, Character Duets,
The bcnellt is tor ino i. i. . u. a ot
Ilarrlngo T.locuscs Issued.
The following couples wero yesterday
licensed to miir :
Xninc ,. Age,
Dniiel Terguson, Kansas City JS
i:ila linker. Kansas Cltv 12
William Block. Kansas City 13
Fannie Wolf, Kniis is City Jl
John 11 Schwoim. Kansas City .11
riora A. Baiter, Kansas Clt 3.'
l'inost Sfbold, Kansas City 31
Theresa Weiss, Knnsas City 25
John P. Merrltt. Clay county, Mo 2.,
Utta II. llatlleld. Kunsas City 2J
Illrths It, ported.
following bliths vero
iii. hciiiih denartment vesterdav.
Boll S and Mat . gill; D2ii Gllllss street;
Itlchiuds, Waller li. and Gertrude M.;
glil; 2.'' West SKtcenth street; Mnrch 2!)
Clrannlis. W W. and C. M.; girl; 13JG
Jelterson street: Match 23.
Thin mond, John C. and Mntllda: boy;
ljti West Sisteentli street; ?larch JO
Beny. O N and M. I. ; boy, 2111 iligh
lfiml )iDnnie Much Jll.
Jlonson, Henry and Mollle;
Drlpps stieet, -viarcn i.
Kratz, XI. IJ and M. A,; boy;
Tenth street: March 2S.
Brown, C. JI. and Hllzabcth;
Troost iiitnuu; Jlarch 2S.
i 210 West
Tho following deaths wero reported to
tho health department esteiday;
Sullivan, Daniel ft. aged U cars; resi
dence Soi cute enth and Liberty: killed by
a freight lialu, builal lit .Mount St Man's,
Smith, Albeit CI., aged 01 ears. resl
denco lell MMtlo nvenuo; heart disease,
burial In Minneapolis Kas.
Hutchinson, Josephine M,; aged M years;
'esidence 33J0 Woodland avenue; cancer:
buriil In Milliard, X II.
Rent n Hand Cnmeia or Kodak of the
Kansas City Vlow Compiny, IU1 Walnut,
and make our own, Au 10-yeai-olrt child
can woiU one. lou touch the button and
wo do the rest.
J, V, ller's Rochester Boclc Beer Is mado
from pure malt nnd hops, without uuy
nrtltlclal llavor or coloring.
Jackson r.lthlu Springs Water,
You can get ten gallons ot Jackson I.lth.
la Springs Wntet, delivered at our homo
anywhere In Kansas City, Mo., for Jl, or
at our home In Kansas Cltv. Kas., for
J1.23. Why do ou pay from ten to Ilfteen
times as much for other I-lthla waters,
when many physicians say there Is none
better on the market than the Jackson
Llthla? Wo icqulre J1.73 deposit to suaran.
teu the return of can and faucet within
sixty dais, but will send lor tho same and
return tho fl,T upon recent ot notice at
room EOe. New 1'ngl.iud building, or by tel
ephone HW. that tho can Is empty. This
water remains pure for nn Indefinite time.
We ship it In cans to many places In other
JACKSON I.ITHIA SPRINGS CO.,
06 New Kiifaland building,
II n Sinlthsou. nuitloncer. 711 Walnut
bargains at 'VeUuesdayana baturdiysala
Litest and best selling books, papers and
magazines at B. Click's new location.
School books bought, sold and exchanged
at McArdle's, 17 Kast Tilth btrcet.
Upright pianos, nearly new. In natural
wood casts. A. R. Berry, 713 -Main.
nider vour ice ereum and cake for Sun.
day dinner from Morton's.
All "up to date" inutdo at lowest prices
at J, . Ueli's. U Malo. '
ABOUT FOLDING BEDS.
J)0 YOU NEED ANYTJUNM OP THE
KIND? NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU
Vim) SUCH VALUES. THESE FOLD
ING JjEDS WILL CREATE A SENSA
TION A, W ONI) E II 31 E N T. T I r E
QUALITIES ARE OK THE JIIGHEST
AND TJIE PRICES WILL EVER HE
MAIN UNEQUALED IN TJIE HIS
TORY OE TRADE.
NOW IS THE TIME!
1(5.50 Mantel Folding 1M. . $ SMtJ
25.00 Miintel Folding Jicd . . l&.'.it)
IJ2.00 Upi-iaf.it MiiToi-Front 22.7 r
35.00 Upright Mirror Front 23.30
-10.00 Upright Mirror Front 20.4-3
d(l.00 Upri!-lit Mirror Front :$:i.83
55.00 Upright Mirror Front 117.30
511.00 Upright 31 ivror Front J-J. 23
05.00 Upright Mirror Front 40.73
75.00 Upright Mirror Front 31.00
115.00 Upright Mirror Front 30.00
110.00 Upright Mirror Front 73.00
WE 00 NOT QUOTE TRICES ON PAU
PER MADE GOODS, BUT ON SUCH
MAKES THAT WILL STAND THE
TEST OP WEAR.
hi - .. ..ffr ,d
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fei-X" . S&
ii -or-e. r-s- v v .
10 inches in width,
WELL 3IADE, ROOMY,
SOLI) EVERYWHERE AT
TJIRICE THE PJUCE,
S12.50 IN VALUE
NOWHERE ON EARTH CAN YOU BETTER YOUR BARGAINS
fM M t
The People s Safe Repository and Market of Economy!
Every Household Want Supplied Under One Roof!
can pay same on
1204 a 1206
LB-IDHirvLS OF LOW PRICES,
m.viunu nn; iii.st or it.
All Illtllllileel 1 Ulierili Ill's IllKllllellltl lloilcej
feir C'eiiitliiuiiis- Ills Speirt.
A cheerful exam-ila ot liisoiiullv In "mak
Itit Hie beat ot U" la to be Been at an
u'uUment lioube on eSjuuce stieet. It
t ikes tliu (orm ot .1 Ions, Unlit IUIiIuk rod
Itxeu to one oc lite winnow i rallies ui
old Ushcrntan tmltes believe to "pi iy"
with tliu e.itUi, ami when, oitei d iy. n
friend lo tiled down the liiskut with ,i bhml
tli.lt leally teeiulted n b'ood ele il ot b K ill
tei hull in. the Invalid lUliem.in J3 to
overjoMd when ho did land It tint ho
t aula elo iiotliliit lint entile tho test of tho
et.t 'llio i old spoil lu8 bothered him a
little, but when lab cetn, eliirlnt; l'l May's
high cold winds, ho had a heiiy fur e p
room on tho tlilnl utory in sueli a way innieu uunn uier ni e.tia, a wooieu emu-
flint the linn elenellelllle fiom It dalle
over thu uldew.ilk u ulilo less than seven
feet from tho mound, sajs the Now orl.
At tho hook end of tho line theie Is
II seel a lleht wire basket and at tho butt
end of tho polo thero sits and liualld,
ehalntil to hh chair by paraljsls of thei
let's. In hl- active daja the luvalia was
a meat flsherinnn and, as his wife Is old
and feeble, too, it has been the old llshct
nun'tf funcy to rltt up this polo and set
It for bites. They come lu the shape of tho
month!,; and evening papers, his mall,
messaged from old cronies who Know his
whim, ojtd small pareels from tho nelsh-boring-
tradesmen, who also know his
When the old Wnltonlan Is wheeled In
his ehalr to the window In the morning
his llrst fiance Is down at tho basket to
seo If thero Is any bite. There nearly al
ways Is, und then (he window Is opened,
no matter what tho w lather may be, tho
lino Is wound In on the reel until It
reaches the end rlnc on the pole, and then
tho "fish" Is dexteiously landed.
Sometimes, so the neighbors say, tu
oner woimel arouml his nek. mt ciunt.
lets on his hands, and wuh haulliiK In n
pickasre of tubieio and u letter with all
the) coneentratcel Interest of a true angler
having It out with a eamy fish,
niutcisT or iiiuit ikiiik.
Uruy Wolves Aro on thu lUliip.igu In Cat
1 itlu Count), Jleiut urn.
The gray wolves ara on tho rampage
In tho northern part of Gallatin county,
Mont. Already they have killed hun
dreds of calves, and In some instances
have been known to attack bteers ami
cows that became separated from the
The gray wolf is tho fiercest of hii
species, and many u man in the great
woods of the 1,'ast and North has been
killed by them.
A few days ago a farmer in the north
ern part of the county shut two large
bUoil colts In n coir.il vvhllo ho tool; Ills
team to a Held, When m came incl;
after the colts n lew hnuts later ho
toiiud both had been killed by wolves.
Another stockman, whllo tiding oyer
tho hill j, came ucrusH two Inigo steeis
that hml been cuirjlm; nit nn unequal
light with wglu. The steet.i were Mir
tounded by n number of tho big gray
cuaturca and several e-oyotes, whlcli
had been tunning tho cattla about, Tho
steers were badly bitten and they wero
ueai ly exhausteil with tho unequal
snuggle. At the appearance of the
stockman tho wolves and cootes sluitl:
When the winter finally sets In and it
becomes a dltlictilt matter lor them to
get a calf or a sheep tho Btockmau
tear that these wolves will become des
perate, They will then go in bands and
will undoubtedly attack almost any
thing that might futnish them a meal.
llio Irukvr Hi'Murel.
The Kansas Mutual Life Association, of
Topeku, has Issueel a tew.inl of J-M.OOO to
"any person ai resting anil dcllveilug to the
t'liited States uiamhal nt Kansas City, Mo ,
one HeoiKo W. 1'iuker, late of Uxeelslor
Springs, Mo , upon lele'ittllleatlon of said
1'iuker, satisfactory to the undersigned;
provided tho arrest, delivery and IdeutlU-
eitlon bo m.ido on or beforo tho 10th day
of August, nM."
A description of tho mUslug phvslclan is
tluM, luniU In lloueiina t uiutt, Itias, on
I Ino nf I. A (,, .S. It. It.
The Houston County Immigration and
Development society would make known
that they have CaO.COO acres; only KW.uuj in
cultivation; population, I's.vOO, 1'roduces
cotton, corn, oats, sugar cane, meloiu, 110.
latoes, grapes, berries, fiults ot all kliau.
Havana tobieco nnd other crops. 'lhe
homeseeker Is Invited to correspond Willi
J. C. Tolinan, torrespondlng secretary.
Homeseckcis CNCitrJlons I'ebruary lj,
March 0 and April ! from vcrlous North
ern and Eastern points.
Will .. for un Appropriation.
By a resolution adopted by the board
ot he-illi yettctduy. the cltv council will
be asked tu appropilate (1 (jft) to Ji.300 for
th6 purpose of dlsiosln of garbage. The
resolutlon recites that the contiact for tU
removal ot garbano cannot be let until
May 1 or II and that the accuiiimul.itlons
of tarbago are a metiaec to publlu health.
Tho boutel asks for the money In outer
that It may dispose ot the guibagu lu tho
Interim. The resolution will be preiented
tu thu council at the meeting to-muirow
Try J, D. Iter's ltochcstcr Uock Llecr,
i m Ail