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TJIK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 80
STUDYING LAWS OF CUT.
l'.t. M'iritVlll Cll tTl.MI rtlSTf.H
ON .MtJ.MCIIUI. .1t.Viri.lts.
Obtaining Infuriiiiillmi 1 rum the Ketl'rd
Oritliiinr- lliit Atny lie t rful In
1 uttire Menu for llrfnrm An
TIip rcRtilnr monthly mectltiK of the
lieiuiil iiurfrnpe Asioclnllon nt Hie
Contw House, jeslenlny afternoon, wits
oni of thu most Intcrp'tltiB lield this
3. ear. Tliei wns a Rood attendance, nml
thrc were nlso mnny new members en
rolled. The renewed life and energy nrc
i u cable, the members think, to the ef
, . I of the parlor meetings that line
Imn held limine; the winter nnd spring.
They have attracted mnny women who
wire out of the reach of the Inlluencc
r the regular mpptltiRs, nnd In tint
wnj widened the llilluclice nnd scope of
The llternry feature of the tucotlntf
elerday ws n jmper rend ly JIrs,
Snrnli i:. Allen. It wns the llrst paper
of the aerie decided on nt the List livet
InR in the study of the RONirnment and
0 her imttteiH of Hie municipality The
piper treated of the laws of the city
that were not belnR ehfoicid cnn rnltist
tlio stiucture and care of sidewalk', tho
h nulling of vehicles, the things that are
1 1 may he declared niilsan i , how to
lr pare for elections and cundiict the in,
nnd the other Keneial matliis of pub
lie safety nnd the cnmfiTt nt dtlens
Tlie paper was simply t tplanat ry,
anil wns prep.itod fiom the cltj ordi
nances for the puipose of showltiR how
carefully the eltlren Is c.ireil for If the
laws were simply enforced, as was con
templated wh"!i the were enacted
The study of the laws of the citj has
hen taken up by the association be
cause the members hetlevo they will be
better citizens by IhivIiir the knowledge
thus obtained, nnd also for the purpose
of guld nice In making requests for re-
1 inns and Itiiprements. At each meet
ing of the association there will he one
paper read, and tho study Is to be
carried on until the whole city ordl
ninces have been reviewed and pe
rused. The society nlso decided to send Mrs
Trances Jenkins, the president, and Mrs
U II. Jenkins, secretary, to attend the
Missouri alley conference of women at
St Louis May 1 to fi At that meeting
theie will be tepresentntlves of the dlf
feient stntcs embraced In the Mississip
pi alley. and the entire question of
woman's advancement and lealm are to
be thoroughly dlscusnd by such women
ns Mis Anthotn. Ml-s Shuw and C.irile
t'hapman-Catt nnd other.-- The request
to send delegates was ieeeled fiom
Miss Anthony and was urgent, as she
desires nt that time to effect an organi
zation of the sultraglsts of the -.tine.
The membeis of the nsoel.ition also
decided to give a reception to Its pi est
dent on her hltthd.i), A pi II 13 The
president Is Mrs. I'lances Jenkins, of
13H Jefferson street.
A vote of thanks was also tendered to
Dr Jloheitsj for the strong sermon de
liveied recently. In which he reviewed
the rise anil progies of the woik of
woman and her pi ice and destiny in the
world's history. The address wns pio
nounced a very able one and accept
ed by the members of the association .is
one of the most Intellectual talks on the
hiibject ever delivered In the elty.
Resolutions of sympathy for Mrs
Paul Mooie. on thu death of her son,
were adopted. Mrs. Moore has been one
of the energetic wotkeis In the cause
from the llrst, and the lesolutlons paid
her a distinguished compliment.
After the regular meeting wns over
Fome of the members discussed Infor
mally matters connected with their
wnrk In tho city, present and fiuuic
They found out In the paper read by
Mrs. Allen th.it it was Illegal for keep
e rs of pool rooms to allow minors to fre
quent their places, and thty weio also
Informed that theie were some places In
the city whero special Inducements
were offered for the patronage of the
The question of the vlno rooms was
nlso discussed. A notorious plate at
rifth nnd AValnut near police he.nl
quaiters was mentioned, nnd the No
"lty theater, kept by Aldeiman Hegan,
also came In for some pointed com
ments. 'With the laws of the city as
they are, the members aie quite at a
lns to understand why many of the
wine rooms are kept open and inn un
m tested by the police. Theie was some
talk of a delegation of women calling on
th new police board and asking for a
better enforcement of the lius against
sikIi places, and that plan may be
adopted, as It was favored by many of
th members They were of the opinion
lit ir the new board would be glad to
rt ake nn Older In the Interests of moial
lt and decency it asked to do so by the
a lb s of tho city.
v plan was ulso talked of for the
e unty jail that contemplated the pro-
v i-l. in or separate warns foi men and
w men. J'artlier thun this, Mrs Austin
ited that in her visits to the Jail she
li id met tile keepers of disreputuble
I uses there, -ind bad learned from the
I -ners that thev wire encoiiinglng
in in to lend evil Hits bv telling the
ji mrtimate women that there was no
oih.r place for u uoimm who has been
n j ill and got it bad name.
MR, P. D, ARMOUR'S VISIT.
I! IntpeeU UN Anlnihlie I'ropi rlti h mid
lirliti nn r the Cll j Ills Mini.
nu Kuli-a1! ( It.
Mr. Phil I) Armour, the great paeH'r,
It a drive about Kansas City ypte-rday,
i' r palng his regular annual visit lo the
tmotir pneking hum. , anil upon taking a
i n for his home In Olileago lust evening,
I have lieen vmltlng K insns City now
e.r tneuty-six yeais and I have nevi-r bi en
m r leated at tlio outlook .is on the oti aslon
if my present islt The ( liy lias under
(one a chuuge tot the bttti r that Is quite
- all fsible hilnre m last trip hi re 1 no-
'il In my drive about the city this after
lot n that there ale fewer bonnes for rent
tun ever and I infist say Hut the general
ippeiiranoi-s aro as good. In pioporllou lo
lilt size of thu city, as any other town in
ilio t'nlttd Htates. Time aic fi-ivi-r houses
'or rent, proiortloaaitly, than there are
"The euy his undoiihtedlv a great pros,
jei t bfor It. It has real mint and Is
vorth more than Omaha, ht Joseph and
ill tho other river towns put together
iCansas CUy has turned tin corner and
hern 13 a destiny of great pioiniso be
Mr. Armour was nsked if hi visit to
Cansas City ine-ant .inyihlng new In the
lacking Iqdustry, and hu replied la the
Criminal C'oiiit I'roef i iling,
Jeff rercuton was tried In Juilue Wof.
lord In the criminal court josterilaj- upon
Ihe chargs of embezzling a. w.u.h from
Mt Bailie Hereford, and was aiqultieil.
The defendant and tho complaining wit.
pets wcro engaged to be married und the
fatter gave the defendant a wauh to pawn
io raise f.utllclc-nt mone) to defruy the i x-
Eentes of the wedding After pawning tho
atch, it was Lhaiged, 1'erguson reluseil
marry MUs Hereford. He soon after,
sard married another and otinger wain.
in. Frguson te$tlt!ed that Miss Hereford
proposed to hlni and mado him a. premnt
f the watch as bit Inducement to marry
The casa of rosier Pollard nnd Prank
Harris, charged with the murder of Isaac
t'onn In Tony Arrntnlo's saloon last I)e.
tembcr. was continued until April 10 by
Judge Vofforrt yesterday in the critnlnul
:ourt, The cane of Charles Hamilton,
"harmed vilih robbery In the llrst degree,
nas illtinlind becaune of the absence of
the prosecuting witness.
Mary Dwier was fenteneed to four
months In the county Jail by Judge Wof
ford jesterday for petit larceni,
AV. JI Mitt hell will be placed on trial in
tho criminal court this morning upon the
charge of criminally assaulting bis C-year-5ld
Managing Killtur tucked Jtmlgiu.
Mr. John M. Nuckols, Jr., has resigned
the managing editorship of the Times. He
began work upon the paper seven jears
ago as a. repomr. He was soon uftervvard
mude city editor nnd subsequently becamo
for market price on K.-gs tee adtrtisc
tnent G. V, Coon. page i.
PARENTS, DON'T WORRY.
Paine's Celery Compound Strengthens
tM4 "5 s wvC yc y wftESSiyv f-v'w rt il '5r HF
Nervous exhaustion In children is wor
rlng a great many fathers and mothers
While the hurry and butle of modern
life Is bringing .i constantly Increasing
strain upon grown men and women, theie
cettalnly comes to light the startling fact
of a glowing tendency toward nervousness
among their children
As these bos nnd gills, when older, will
enter a life of nervous strain fully as ev
ading ns that of to-day, it Is no wonder
that parents view with dismay these early
signs of nervous weakness, and unlouIy
seek some means of making the joung peo
ple strong and well again The remedy Is
at hand In every city and town In Amer
ica. It Is the remedv first prescribed by that
greatest of all modern educatois, l'rofessor
ndvvaid i: Phelps, M. D., I.I, r , of
Dartmouth college. It is Paine's cel.-o
compound, which Principal Camp, of New
Haven, and President Cook, of the Nation
al Teachers' Association, hive so recently
Countless pirents to-day give their chil
dren Paine's celery compound and see
them grow robust and vigorous day b
day before their ees, till they are again
restored to the pel feet health that belongs
to jouth. Phjslclans everywhere advise
the use of this greatest of blood purifiers
and nerve toods.
One of the d nger lKiinls of nervous ex
haustion among joutig people Is the lack
of deslie for food and tho c.iprlclousness
of appetite. " hen their overpressed nerv
ous s stems have been driven to the point
of exhaustion, their fares grow pale and
pinched, their spirits decline, their bodlis
lose perceptibly in weight and stungth,
they need more and moro some active
BRASS BAND AND LUNCH.
n oprn Air . lilt tlnu uf licit I state Sug
gests the Ileum l)iv of nlil lleililiuro
I'rope rt In llciu.iuil
Next Monday an open air auction sale of
real esta'o will lake place ut Melller place
During the boom sue h auctions wire nut
uncommon hereabouts, but since the sear
lilsT, of bitter mentor), they have been as
tho sere and jellow leaf This auction will
be a revival of the custom and all the
uiual concomitants will be In cvldenc-.
vU, a brai-s band, free lunch and, it Is
hoped, a large erowd of bidders. The free
luiKh will ron-i-t of coffee and sand-vvli-his.
Thenim t -live lots In Melller place
which were once the pioperty of tho Kan
has Pity Safe Deposit and S., ins bank,
which collapsed in July, 1SW, will be hold
These lots were bought bv Charles I..
Plough last Saturiius and are to l an. -Honed
off by the Whipple Loan and Tiust
Company, as agents It Is quite pioImMc
Ihe auction will be attended l,v in mi mu k
vards business men. While the iitiur will
bo a business one from liiKinnlnnr to ei t
It will not be without its hiiinui in- f n
ures. An open air concert will pi. 1. tn.
auction, l.udlis are i'i.pec.uil li wi a '
attend and hid on the lois
It Is understood that the Mil lull r-!
denrc at Thlitj-fourth stn.i m i 1 n i i
avenue Is ver soon lo l ml I t i 1-n s
Ilarrlck, of the C.rotirs' .luuinil eii e m
inerce, for llo.Oem The d. il N ill u .
i losed. Tho owner Is Prank J Mu h. II
The house Is a handsome- S-iuuni In k
with nil the modern linpiovinu i t- li i?
upon a lot CU by 110 feet. 'Ivvu ir Hit ,
jiars ago the house was for sale fi r .s i
Tho gain In price Is taken as an evldiiei
of the growing strength of the m irki i
The house is to be used by -Mr liniak ut
Hovel it Drown sold jestcrdny to J H
Nead for John W. Polk, a double l.rii k
home on W ilnut streel, hctwuii Thir
teenth and Pourteenth strei ts, fur $7 ixie
'lp same mm sold 1SI feet in Hv K jiaik
at i'hlrts-slth and Walnut ni.ii-, to a
buyer whoso nime was not made ptibli.
The consideration was also ?7.ti0.
Piilillo s, Imol ote s.
Mrs, Clara Hotfman, the tempernni i
lecturer, will addiess tho blgh sihoul April
The evercUes In fore the high school Pit
dny muinlng will be delivered by ihe fresh
men, Piofessor W. II. Smiley, principal of tin
Iienvcr high si hool, turday Uited the
high school of this cltj.
l'rofessor 1M I,. Hnrrls, prlnclpil of the
Clevelind high si hool will In a guest of
Professor lluiliauan. of the high school, to
d.ij. The linird of eilucntlnn -will lo nltrht d -
urmlne who will be ihe Uiturers m ihe
eouise of lectures on ctviis to be delivered
btfuiu the high si hool
Profissor P I. llllss, principal of the
Jlctrolt high si hool, was u guest )e-st r tav
of Professor llueh man, of the high s. iiool
Professor llllss visited the high hiliejul for
the purpose uf getting pointers In the e-ou
sliuitlon of thn new l)e-troll high school
building. He Is seereiar of the North
Central Association of Colb ges that waa
organized al Ilvamitou on Match SJ I "t
He has Just vUltisi the hib'h Schools of Chi
cago and Ht. I.ouls uUo,
Ilenrv W Keeling was arreste 1 vestenlav
morning tor threatening his wife and dis
turbing her peace, Jle hia bond to appear
before Police JuJge Juus this morning.
The quarrel between Ke. Hug and his Wifo
on Tuesjay night was mentioned ytsnrday
morning in the Journal, together with the
nit or meir reconunaiton two wet us ngo,
after the louir estrangement sucneedimr the
bhootlnir of (leorgo K. ltoot by Keeling
vvnne noot vvus e-onversmg vviin air.
Keeling in thu HumLiolH building, two
j tars ago.
Jiitjiector Auiterou'4 lttport
C. C. Anderson, stock und meat Inspector,
tiled his report of woik done in his depait
meiit during the month of March, jester
clay. Twenty-two beeves, were killed und
condemned, thlrt.telc!l let out of the
jurds, subject to post-mortem examination,
und llfteeii vvere tut down lu slaughter
houses. 'Jhlrt-slx visits vvero made to
slaughter houses, fiftv.two murket vvere
Inspected und C.7W pound- of fresh beef
means of supplvlng the nerves and tissues
with better nutrition, nnd the veins with
better blood When Paine's ccleiy com
pound Is given to one of these excitable,
weak nerved, sillow, perhaps scrofulous
joung persons, the mother Is often amazed
nt the rnpl lily with which it restore-s tho
strength builds up the worn nervous tis
sues and reptaees the languor of a de
pleted nervous sjstem by tho elasticity of
P line's celer comjiound mnkes people
well not only worn out, enfeebled men and
women of mature age, but oung persons,
whose slighter powers have been overtaxed
b cvclteinent or Immoderate work, with
out proier Intervals for rest and repair.
Paine's celery compound has played a
most imiKirtnnt part In tho lives of thou
sands of oung people in every section of
this country. Many whose nervous ss
tems had been so stlinulatetl as to unlit
them utterly for study. It has made vig
orous and strong enough to nhl bear the
burden of coming jenrs It has enabled
them to grow up vigorous men and women,
capable of doing the part of active, strong
men and women In the world. Mr James
rs Wetzel, writing from hli home In Nevv
Herlln, Pa , sas:
"Allow me to speak a few words In
praise of Paine's celery compound. My
ounc,r sister, whoso picture I send you,
was subject to neivous attacks, and, we
thought, to heart trouble Wo tried num
erous medicines for her aliments, but with
out much avail Last winter she had a
bevcre nil ick of nervous tiouble with her
ejes, and we gave her Palne'3 celery com
pound, and she Improved wonderfully upon
It, and si,e q bien well ever since. If
these few words of unsolicited testimony
can 1 of anj benetlt pi, ee use them as
I m mibi. t--ed and unprtju Hi eel opinion."
J J id Main St.
Our Styles and Prices
MKA Nobby Miirt Wnists,
tlvb U'oll worth 75c.
A i ()n i'nrU Colored Ciimbrlo House
Vli UULi Wrappers, vvoith 51 00.
M Q I 7X 'R-nt All Wool Cloth
.l QL.iO lupus, worth J3.50.
MO (HI China bilk Waists,
0..J( Wull worth $3.50.
MQ9 (10 Illttcltanil Coloied feepa
(Ji.t() ratehkirts, wull north S5.
Tin: coi'i i.iu ami itin.i.iiir.u
MIC MAIN STREET.
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL.
The Dr. Uur-ey
Human Hand Truss.
K JUST LIKE U31K3 YCUR FINGLR3
sW WU Wii WH THAT ISI
por ScicrUitlTs Clrculsri Addr64i
U. I. P-UAKMl.t . CO., Soli Miie'rl
l.iuiio liui'bm. KANbAa cur, MO.
HU EC ITCHING PIUS
ABSOLcrrI.T OOE88. OINTMENT
fTtlll-l1iUM, UtaM IKklL. ,
sSS vr. AJsiiri vi
ullinnd Alain Sts.
H a s attracted such
throngs as never before.
Hundreds and thousands
of ladies have visited and
gone out more than
No handsomer depart
ment in the land no
rrrnillfir nconi-lmnnl n ,
- . . I.JdVI ,11 I V. II v II c -
choicer variety anytvherc. B
Over 700 Pattern Hats g
Queens and Beauties
arc here to choose from,
beginning at $2.50, with
every price step up to
535; each one as unlike
its neighbor as two wom
en's dispositions. No
3 juggling with prices, for
on every Hat is a tag
gj beiiring its selling price
in ine piain ngures tnat
so discomfit competitors,
because of their inability
to match them.
Not a retail house in
this country shows an
equal stock of Leghorn
Flats 5iOOO being an
ordinary number here,
embracing every grade,
choice kind and color
that is made.
Leghorns for Ladies,
Leghorns for Misses,
Leghorns for Children
ranging in price from
25c to $2.50.
Flowers by the thou
sands of dollars' worth
from over the sea from
this country from every
where that flowers are
made stately roses
5 modest violets, with the
- families of poppies,
s morning glories, wreaths,
n corn flowers, forget-me-
nots, hyacinths, helio
tropes and all their kin
dred lovely decorating
flowers in short, every
flower that has a name
Go to the fountain head
if you want the brightest,
We are the fountain
head in Millinery.
A reduction in the subscrip
tion price of the Kansas
City Journal to 10 cents
a week delivered by
carrier, or $4.00 a
year by mail.
"' 'Phone 250.
AL,IEN STAMP & SEAL GO,,
Manufacturers and Engravers of , , .
Itllhlier anil Steel
StenrlU, limn Check,
Mux unit 7volurl.il
lilliliiui 11111I .VI it a
1 inline 1 l.cller Mgns.
UMBRELLAS REPAIRED. KErS FITTED.
Tel. 963. 802 Delaware St.
ICANSAS CITY, MO.
'freitt til Ftif
:0 IL1IU' EiriBlLUE.
Kuumi fit , SIo,
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, 1669,
AND THE CHICAQO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS.
v ' ' "3,-t
My Entire Stock of
At Public Auction, Com
mencing Alonday, Alarch
25th, at 2 p. m. and 7:30
Going out of business.
F. G. ALTMAN,
1117 Main St.
KrVlSrSA.S CITY, IvlO.
MCTOIt lli:itlti:ttr, Ceiiiiluitor,
Saturday, April 13, Mat. and Eve.
Mmc. L. Natali Prima Donna
Victor Herbert 'Celloist
Mr. Francois Boucher. . ..Violinist
Mr. S. Kronberg Baritone
Anil tlio MurirloiM Clillil l'laul.lc,
Popular Prices, 50c, 75c and Si, 00.
enr on Sulei nt tho Itttrllncton
Tlcke-t onie-i', lutli mill Mil In sircptt.
lliue-e eirk rroillie Hon of
1'iiifeolillcrs so Horses
Xo id .iuco In iirlces
Wi-ek Ounililj Miit. , April 7,
In Ills Now
OKCK.IS fV3ST LENA.
rntsr timi: m.ui:.
1HIT'! lll.nr C'OMKUY,
Ke'erveii Seats Wc, "5c, Sl.OO.
April 11, IS, 13 Miirlei lliirrouKln.
9A A Ire-iiiemlous SueeeHs.
' e,uiie ,llnue Crenrelcel.
St. WlI.I.IAIl .All) It It IS.
SSuse. Tlie Wandering Jew.
MRS. BALLINCTON BOOTH.
Tickets for Mri Ilooth's iiieotlnits at tho
Auditorium, Weilntiilaj, April luth, at 3
anil 7 t5 li in., can lie ohtalnul at tile fol
lowlnir pi ices. Je-nUliis' Wins Mulo Store,
AUUITOltll'.M. f.l'J Am. Hank bMir.. .Mri.
J. DoKBett's. 101C Ceniral n., Mrs Ilr. Ho
trers. Summit fct., ami Jlrs. G. v.: l'uller. In.
(i iie-ntl AiliiiUsloii -------- liic
Jleieerie-el uiiilii-re it Spills - - - ,lnc anil -rtc
Oldest and Original
t- T- A T W
:7 rA y i
io West Ninth St., Kansas City.Mo.
Lp.idlnp anil Successrul Specialist la Wool
Nm-vou and Urln-ry Hlsiaos.
M:ittm- lil.lill.llV, with Hi inanr
gloomy a luptono, cured,
l.llsl 1 1 1 Al.l I V permanently restored.
Ml' II I Lis tured lor lite llhout mercury.
UltlNAItV lilsl.'AiK) Lured quickly anl
WIII.N AM. OTlli:us rA 1 1, consult Dr. IL
J. Wlilttler and receive the candid opinion of &
physliUn of enperlence, skill and Intojrliy No
promises made ttml cannot be f ullllled.
.MI.IiK'IM.-. furnlshod at small cost, and
sent auyuliere bealtil Treatment Nl.Vi:il
bl.M '. l. II.
I Kill: roniultntlon and urlniry analysts.
GIT I llle1 to Iiealth and emergencies, sealed,
VlLlrj (0r n Hiii. itamiia. Ulanlcs fro.
C'-ll or aildreki In toulldence
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
lOWest Mutliat., KANSAS CUV, SH
You must go there to discover itl
Tlio best way because the
quickest ami und most comforta
ble is Uu tlio
Santa Fe Route.
One day saved to I.os Angeles.
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sizes, almost new, ulso largo louud tents,
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ilUmetcr, olilonu tents, 30x40, 3ux50, KxSO,
inw, Wx90, 70x100 and 100x150 feet. Write
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