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niE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. KMDAY, AtttTE 5, 1805.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Firms Do Business Because They Advertise,
It "III imr
, yntt before buy.
Hi t'nrpct nml
tnpnmp III nml
flrmrmhrr them Is
rn Keeley Inslltnln
III l(niliil Cllr. Mo.
Men nre of Cheap
look titer our stuck.
151 &'(! Minnesota At
tiim; dim . . .
B17 Minnesota Arc.
Hood Work nl
BELLE VIEW I
$135, $150, $300.
010 insli. balance 95
S. X. Simpson I Son,
Chamber or Com. Mils
W, T, QUARLES,
The best anil safest
Hacks at all bourn.
Horcs well cared tor.
110(1 North Fifth St.
G, Wr BETTS,
Justice of the Peace,
publicity If requested.
Collections a specialty.
I,'i To Ditto
For tho next sixty
flats I will Laundry
Lacs Curinlns at 23e
apiece, or cOc per pair.
it. r. wtri.r, rnp.,
8th htilto St,.,
ICnnnns City, Kansas.
Try St. Mannretto
Sirsapirllla, the best
spring tonic and blood
purltler on tho market
7th unit Minn. Ave
neal Estate. Itontal
nnd Loan Agents, havo
some snaps In city re
alty and acre property.
We want more Louses
toreat. as the demand
l'OllTSMOU'Nl INVBSTMKXr CO.
Ono or l'woof Their llurgiiliisl
C-room cottage, CO ft. ground, line location;
"room two story house, CO ft. ground,
Kidendld locution: nrlce. SI. Son.
6-room house, 60 ft. ground, 4 blocks of car
line: price. $"00.
THESE AUK HAHOAIN3. nml we havo a
hook full of them. Seo us before )ou buy.
SLASHING PRICES FROM THE
. , . , WRECKAGE DEPARTMENT.
F.00 cans Economy Condensed Milk and
Evaporated Cream, fie per can,
I.OoO cans lted Seal. Babbitt's and Mondte
eon's I. e, 5c per can.
K-lh box Laundry Starch. 13c.
Pearltno and "177(1," Sc per pkp.
3-lh can Apples, Cc.
Anvil Soda, 1c per pkg, 3 pkgs for 10c.
BOO assorted Tin Cups, lo each.
1 pt. Dipper (tin), lie.
1 qt. Tin Dipper, 3c.
Crumb Brush and Tray, 7c.
300 Galvanized Tea Kettles, 7's and S's, 23c
S-gal. can Maple Syrup. 2"c.
'i-gal. Honey Drip or Hock Candy Drip,
cut to 15c per can, to close out.
Tubs, 20e, sOo and 40c; slightly smoked.
200 single burner Gasoline Ovens, 23c.
525 and 527 Minnesota Avenue.
Tho Journal office haa been
removed from the Chamber
of Commerce to the first floor
of the Columbia Building at
Sixth Btreet and Minnesota
548 Minnesota Ave.
Is the place to get everything
you want. Fresh grated Horse
Radish, Buttermilk, Sweet
Milk, Cream, Butter, Veget
ables, Fruit and all kinds of the
best Fresh and Salt Meats,
Fish, etc. This is the cleanest
market in the city and every
thing kept is the best.
Orders taken for Cut Flow
ers. ALLEGED PERJURERS.
TWO Afllin COI.OUKI1 WOllKN AUUKST.
i:i AMI T.IKKM TO TOPIIKA.
MUST ANSWERTO INDICTMENTS
fiuicini: or tiiojias srr.iTr.oa iktiir
Scv crolylliirned by Molten Mctul Could Nut
alto llrr Child Awuy AMU Duiiiuif
str.tto llrr Ability to Teach
Yotul Mualc Mik Indian,
Elizabeth Waters- and Mary I.ove, two
aged colored women who reside on Free
man avenue, near Second btreet, were ar
rested jestcrday by the police on warrants
ijsued In the United States court nt To
peka on tho charge of committing pei
Jury. They wero Indicted by tho toutt .
few days ugo. It Is claimed that they
each b wore luhely la a a application for a
Mis. Waters is 61 yearct old. She came
from New Orleans during the eodus.
While living In tho SouUi she married a,
man named Will Tate, )U went into the
army ami nieu troin exposure, Alter ne I
arrived hem she married Waters, Ho also
died several ears ago. Tho government of-1
llcluls claim that the swore that she had I
never been married slnco the death of
iter llrst husband, and that the attemnted
to get h pension on account of his deuth.
Tho application was mado about one eur
ugo and tho ottlelals claim that the ftaud
vins discovered by a btiecial examiner.
Mary Iovi Is 70 years old. She Hint mar
ried u mun mimed Henderson Mudlsou In
the South und he was, killed In the war.
She came hero with the colored people that
came from the bouth, and s nee then ma"-
rled a mun named I.ove. He left her six
. earn ugo and the has not seen or heard
It Is claimed thut the Is attempting to
:et a pension on account of her tlrst hus
and and that she made allldavlt that she
had never bven married the second time.
The two women were tuken to Topeka
last evening. Mrs. Waters claims that If
she has done an thing wrong, It has been
unintentional on her part and upon the ad
vice of her attorney. She said that a col
ored man had ucted as her lavver. und that
she la not afraid of belnB prosecuted, us
lh Only K uujo uku iw,.4 i'hsi.
from Washington In which sho was deuled
V neniioh I
?Wj UJiM &4 tba ifeougut ftbo. ba
e. a. w. 3dk.oxjg-I3:t.
Successor In Kntisns Illy 1'htnlnjr Mill.
Ith St., Cor. Oakland. Ave.,
Telephone HfoJ. KANSAS CITr, KAS.
WINDOWS, DOORS, MOLDINGS,
SCKOMi nml 1IXSI) SAWIMJ anil TUKNIMU
Mn tiuiku it Fpcrhtltjr nt Mnlr Ilillldlng,
Hank Counter nml onirn rittiirrs.
Ire Cretin nmt
The Short Order
Everything clean and
neat, Homemade Pies
etc. Open until :
o'clock eich night,
nix Minnesota Ate.
At Lowest Trices.
510 Minnesota Ave.
iZr Gutters Leak
8th ami Hnnesota Ar,
I lloel. . . .
l'ut on now wall pa
The Leader of Leaders
Subscribe for the
Per Week by Carrier.
per, palm your dwell
ing. Ktnploy ouly Ural
nut lour minis
nml Pit per or
W. P. WHITE,
A 6o candle
cent per hour.
Wyandotte Oas Co.
Tel. 1800. ltustedllld
Fiber Pall, I3c each.
12-qt. Tin Water PallK, lie, each.
ll-qt. Tin Water Palls, 23c each.
1 pnl. Glass Oil Can. 13c.
3Vi-lb. I'e.ithcr Pillows, GOc each, 11.00 per
1 lot Ladles' Shoes, kid, button, 3's to 7's,
1 lot Men's Congress Shoes, good, 6's to
1 lot Men's T.Tjtndrled Shirts, fancy, 23c.
COO do,:, badly damaged Ladles' Vests, at
5c per 107en.
Hemomber the Hundle Counters, all now
assortment on these counters, now Cc, 10c,
13c and 2c per bundle.
You will llml goods In thec bundles well
north $1.00. Immense bargains Men's Jeans
Pants, Men's Hats, Groceries, Patent
Medicines and all kinds of goods.
Kansas City, Kansas.
right to apply for "bounty." She igncd
her right nnmo to the papers when she
made application, but thecoloted man, who
I claimed to bo a pension attornej , told her,
she t.ild, that she would Itavo to sign as
the widow of Madison, her first husband,
In order to get nnythlng. She did fo.
The two women did not i-eem much con
cerned over their arrest. They said they
1 would Just as toon live In Topeka ns thl,
j place, especially when fotnc one elio fur-
uiHiiim mem louu. iney n.iu to worK here
and they guessed they were getting so old
that It did not make much difference where
nicy tpent tno resi or ineir lives.
FATIIKK MUVT CONSENT.
A Mother Falls In Jlcr Attempt to Clio
, Hi r Child Away.
Mrs. O. n. Henjamln appeared In the
probate court yesterday and said that Fho
had a. child which she w anted some ono
to adopt. C. Kopp. the South Seventh
street baker, alo accompanied Mrs. Hen
Jumln to the court and said that he wanted
to adopt tho child. They went there to
get the necessary papeis made out for tho
adoption of the child Mrs. lienjimln told
the Judge that her husband, who Is a sewer
brick lier. deserted her three weeks ago
and that she was loft destitute, with two
children to support. She formerly lived
here, but nfter marrying Henjamln they
moved to Chicago, She was there when her
husband left her One week ago sho came
to this city to llvo with her mother, Mrs,
Treat, at No, 21 North Sixth street. She
said that she was satisfied that Henjamln
never Intended to return to her and she
wanted to place the smnller child In a good
family so that sho could earn Iter own liv
ing The judgo told her that he would Issue
adoption papeis, but in order to make them
vnlld they would have to bo signed liv
herself and husbiiul The woman slid that
her husband would not sign them, nnd that
she would neither ask him to nor permit
him to take tho child. Tho Judge then snld
that unless the father signed thorn tho title
to tho child would bo Imperfect, and that
no one would likely adopt a child unless It
was certain that they could keen It nl
wavi, Mr. Kopp refused to take the child
under tho circumstances and no adoption
patiers wero Issued. The matter was then
referred to the county commissioners ami
they will proliablv glvo the mother some
assistance. Mis, Henjamln said that her
luislnnd had always been employed stead
ily and that ho mndo large wages, but that
he never &pcnt his earnings with his fam
ily, Piobate Judge Angle stated last evening
Hint, In his opinion, tho children that aro
adopted from the Hescuo homo do not
havo cleur titles. "In many cases thes,o
children nre put In tho home," said he,
"by tho mother, whose husband has do.
petted her. Sho has no divorce and. as a
H'snlt. the father has .1 half Interest In the
child If tho adoption of tho child Is
hanctloned by the mother only, tho father
can secure possession of it bv linbeas cor
pus proceedings If he so desires,"
11V MOl.TIIN MIll'AU
Two Men Ihnplojeil In tho Ariuoiirdalo
roiimlry boverely lliirued,
Jake Hedges and Ward Hradley, two
niolders employed nt tho At mountain foun
dry, met with a serious accident yosteiday
morning. The two men were liolstlng ,
ladle containing molten iron by a ileirlck.
when tho bottom of tho ladle fell out ami
tho hot metal poured down upon them.
Hedges was pnlnfullv liurned about the
liead and hands, nnd also received two
broken lingers by the heavy piece of Iron
falling on them, nradloy was mora ser
iously Injured than was his fellow work
man, He was terribly burned about the
race and hands. Ills rff ht eye was so badly
burned that tho attending physician fears
ho will lose its sight.
Wll.r. TIXAVIir. 1V WATKH.
Evangelist Trenltt l Fitting Hp n llont
from Which Ho YHIl Vrcudi,
, ,f Trewltt tho Oregon evangelist
wi,0 nrrlved In this city about two weeks
-,,n iuiIiil- im a. boat In which he In
tends to lloat down tho Missouri river und
.ne. Mississippi river and preach the gospel
to the Inhabitants nlong the banks of the
two big stieums. lie win nt up a tutooat
ami erect a cabin on it, which will be his
only means of conveyance. The boat will
li called the "Union Gospel Hoat." Mr.
.,.. a.. I,, left Or.irnn several tnntttlia aim
tQ t0ur the Eastern states und preach the
jospel. When ho left Oregon lie was pen.
"nTA.1 n,i has traveled since without
money, ho is Known as me "moneiiess
SUING TIIK CITY.
Tho Wjuudotto Cu Company Want to Ob
tain n Judgment for 8-J.I38.
The Wyandotte Gas Company jesterday
filed suit in the district court against the
city to recover J.U33 for lights furnished
from January 1, U31. to Marih 2, 1533. Thu
other lighting (.ompanles will also likely
tile suits against the city for money thut
We sul'" against the city tor money mat
U slug item, Ithjii aaat, & gt & ttoiwi
Into Judgments before the law providing for
th issuance of bonds to take up nil old
Judgments goes Into effect, If they get the
Judgments' soon they will be able to get
city bonds for llicm. If the but becomes
a law before they gel Judgment then they
will not get any bonds, is the law pro
vides that no bonds shall be Issued to take
up futiiro Judgments,
Miss Illihy Will Demon. tr.itn Her Ability
tn 1iui.Ii Music.
..Tho city Irachers of this city will hold
their monthly Institute to-morrow at the
high school building, beginning nt
o'clock. The work heroic tho Institute
will bo of n practical rhnmetcr. The man
ner of development, the methods) Used nnd
tho results obtained In numbers will con
stitute n prominent feature of the pro
gramme. Tho work In numbers In the dif
ferent grades will bo shown through tho
fiupll.i of eich grade. There li nil excel
ent opportunity Mr those who aro lint
familiar with tho kind of work done In tho
Kansas Clfv, Kns schools to become fa
miliar. All nre Invited to attend. The fol
lowing is the programme!
Instrumental solo by Mrs. Orace Plre
Mono, "Should n. Tencher Ho a Good Hlngcr In
Order to Toacli Children to Hlng7" This
question will m answered by Mls Jennie
Ultby, who will conduct a recitation In
muslo with her pupils.
9.33 Number wotk by Misses Hchnpflln,
Magglnnls, Drjcr, Arnett, Martin, Mitch
ell, Onrllck. Horuo, Mrs. Dennis, Wntklni
and Messrs. Neely, Porter and W. J.
ll:00-Muslo by pupils of Lincoln school.
Instrumental solo by Miss Pish.
Three minute tnlks on current education,
nl topics by Misses Samson, Cowan, I'teo
man, White. Hurt, Stevens, Speeis, ('or
guson, Phadilock, Coburn, Iklslcr, l.us
ley, Modlm, Daughoi ty, Daniels, nnd Mrs.
Uodsll, HnsR nnd Ilullett,
Miss Jennie Hlxhy, who will conduct the
recitation In vocal music, does not sing.
All tho musical education tho children In
her school room have lecelvnl has been
under her direction. A fow Java ago the
riuestlon wob talsed ns to whether It was
necessary for a teacher to be ,a good
singer In order lo tench music In school.
Some teachers claimed It wni nml others
said It was not In order to convince tho
teachers that puplli could bo given a
musical education by n person who could
not sing. Miss Hlxhy decided to bring one
of her classes to the meeting. She s.i.vs
sho never snug a note during the pnst
year In school, nnd It Is snld that her
class In music Is about tho best In thu
oni: nor AWAY.
Two Mm Who Itolilirit it Clothing Store
Captured nml I.oittiMl tip.
Two strangers walked Into the Harris
clothing store list evening bhortly utter
supper and began looking over botue
clothing, Thev were followed by another
man who walked leisurely over to tho
pants counter. The clerks of the establish
ment were bus nt the time and did not
notice him particularly. A few minutes
later Sam Hants noticed him going out of
tho fiont door with something under his
coat. He gave chase and located him up
tho street with hH coat off, with a num
ber of pairs of pants rolled up In It. Tho
thief ran toward Sixth street, followed by
a crowd of men. lie was captured In Nn
gent's alley by Patrolman James Wolcti
shortly afterwards. He was taken to the
police station and gave his name on Wil
liam Davis nnd said he was a butcher at
Dold's packing house. Ho pretended to be
very much Intoxicated when arrested. Ho
stated that he had formerly woikeil In this
city, but had Just teturned after a two
ears' absence. Ho had only returned to
this city nbout two w Ks ngo.
T. C. Conway, oni. of the other men,
was airested nbout un hour later at Itlver
xlew station by Sergeant rink. He has
only one arm. He was seen going South
on Sixth street by Pied May, who fol
lowed him and notified Olllcrr Pink, who
ruptured hlni. Conway Is evidently ci
perlencul in the business, for when Inter
viewed by Chief Servlss he acknowledged
knowing Davis and being with him nnd
after that lefu.sed to talk any fuither.
The chief thinks Conway Is wanted else
where for highway robbeiy. us he was
notified ,i few dns ago of a one aim
man holding up a man a short time ngo.
Conwav Is sK feet in height, has a dark
mustache and is of a powciful physique.
His left arm Is cut off above tho elbow.
Hoth men will be held for further examina
tion. A woman Aititi:si'i:n.
Sho Is Charged With Disturbing tho I'e.uo
Mrs. Mary Wnkcileld was arrested yes
terday on the charge of distmblng tho
pence She resides upstairs nt No 1301
North Third street ami yesterday mornlm;
t.he spit out of the window. The wind was
blowing nnd the ,plt struck Policeman
Younger tn the face. This made Mm mul
and ho went' up and arrested het She
avowed that sho would not go to tho po
lice station, and a tussol ensued, In which
her clothes wero badly toin. She was
finally lodged In tho patrol wagon nnd
brought to headquarters. Sho gave bond
for her appeaianco In police court to-day.
COMMII t'KI) st'irillK.
A Son of Mnthlts Spitting Kills Illm.elf In
tho Cherokee Nut Ion.
Information wis received In this city yes.
terday of the death of Thomas Splltlog. a
son of Mathtas Splltlog, the millionaire
Wyandotte Indian, who formerly lived In
this city. The message stated that the de
ceased committed sulfide in the Cherokee
nation. This Is tho third son of the wealthy
Indian tbat. has died In the past year.
Itillldlng It Warehouse.
Major D S. W. Drought Is making rapid
ptogress on tho larjfo warehouse he is
building on Hwing street for the ritato
Lino Iinpiovemont Company. Tho build
ing Villi be 100x130 feet and one story
high It will bo used for storage pur
poses, and occupied by a grain and Imv
tlrm Ho expects to have the building ready
for occupancy within a few dais The ma
jor has decided not to make an altciatlons
in his planing mill owing to the l.ugf
amount of work which bus been crow del
on him. It was his intention to tear down
the frame building west of tho main struc
ture und erect a large nnd commodluos
brick. He feels very much encouigaed nt
tho bright outlook In tho building trade
and thinks that n number of good build
ings will be eicctul this season.
Asks for u I lual Sittlement.
Attorney lid McAnnny tiled a petition In
the probtte court jesterday asking tint
William Daniels, administrator of tho estate
of William Galbreath, who died In Armour
dalo recently, bo allowed to mnko a llnal
settlement In tho case. Galbreath had a
son In Canadi. A guaidian was appointed
after the death of his lather, and Daniels
was appointed admlulstiutor of tho estate
heie. Among other things, the deceased
had an Insurance w)lcy on his Hie In the
sum of J.'.ouo. This money was tinned over
to the administrator and nil of the de
ceased's debts wero pild. Thoro still re
mains nbout tl G00 In cash on hand, and tho
administrator wants tho court to allow hlni
lo turn It over tn the boy's puaidlau In
Canada, The matter will be heard ne.xt
Suing it Itallrotd Compiii).
Nathaniel niley begun a damage suit
ngalst the Hannibal & St, Joseph linllroad
C'ompiny In tho oouit of common plena
yesterday. Tho plulniitf was engaged in
unloading a car of Implemnits an a switch
track, near the coiner of Eleventh and
Mulberry streets, Kunsas City. Mo Apill
17, IbOJ, when. It Is claimed, a switch en
gine, lu tho employ of tlo defendant, run
in a tialn of cars on the same track ami
struck the car with such torco that he
was tluown against tho sldo of the cai,
receiving many snvuo Injmles. HU splno
was sprained so badly that It was seviral
months before he was able to resume work,
He was also bruised lu the hips and legf.
He seeks for U.W3 damages,
Tho members of tho Plrst Congregation
al church have mndo arrangements for a
series of literary entertainments. The ilrst
of the scries 'wus held last night, when
Professor Charles Graham Dunlan, of tho
English literature ilepirtinent of the stnto
university, delivered a very Inti resting hc
ture on "Sir Walter Seott und Ills Works."
Tho attendance was huge. On Amll IS
Piofessor Hopkins will deliver u lectute
on "Ollv er Wendell Holmes."
Tho Cuitiimary line.
In the pollco court yesterday morning
two "jolntisls" were lined the customary
$30 and costs for violating the ilty tip
pling shop ordinance. Chtulcs Washburn
was fined $13 for asaultlug l.ew Thompson.
Thompson wn also lined tl for disturbing
the peace of Washburn. The two men en
gaged In a Itpht Wednesday evening and
Washburn cut Thompson with a knife, Tho
injury 1 not serious.
IHtcliurril mid lluirrcstril,
J, Thorgmartin, who was arrested and
taken befoio United States Commissioner
Perry on the charge of opening tho letteis
of Alvln.i Lee, wus discharged jesterday
morning. He was Immediately arrested by
the state authorities on the charge of
burglary anil grand laiccny. He was taken
ueiore justice oningiey mm ma iiicinii-
Jimw sniBaitt ttag ssi tot AuiU li, uo
before Justice Snlngley ami tils . prellnv
Itegarillng the Nrir Dlsrntiry tor Curing
tlj-sprpslA nnd Imllgesllnu,
Dr, ltnrtzmiti, w)io has male many
tests nf tho hew iljspcpnla cure. Is very en
tliuslnstlo tn his prnlso of this excellent
piepiirnllon, It Is not a secret patent med
icine, but Is composed at puro pepsin, bis
tntlth, fruit suits nnd veRoluble issences,
mado Into pleasant tasting tablets or lor.
eiiBCS ami sold by druggists nl '.nets per
pnekflgr, tiiiih r tho nnmo of Stuart's Dys
Dr. llnrlinnn stnles Hint Stuart'!, Dys
pepsia Tablets cure iljspopsln nnd weak
stomach bccaltfe they possess the peculiar
power of digesting whatever wholesome
food Is taken Into tho slomncli. They tlo
not net on the bowels like cathartics, but
net entirely on the food, digesting It thor
oughly mid quickly, giving the stomnrli a
chutico tn rest nnd recover Its natural
strength, which It invariably will do after
a course of Stuarl'a Djspepsla Tabids
If your druggist hasn't them In slock nsk
him to older a smull tiunutlty from his
Circulars and testimonials sent free by
nddiesslng Stuart Co, Marshall, Mich.
Is charged with being nn necomptlca or
Arthur Craig, who Is now arrested on the
charge of rubbing the store of I. llerko
wliz ami stealing a. large number of suits
Tho attorney of .Mrs. Addle M, Hullock
filed a suit tn tho court ot common pleas
Jesterday against H. N. Simpson He seeks
lo secure n Judgment for $3,187.23 on a
Tho Western Mortgage and Improvement
Company Instituted, suit In the same court
ngnlnst Carrie L. Cobb. The plaintiff
seeks a Judgment for I3,3:i.50 on a prom
District Court Programme
Tho demurrer docket will be called by
Judgo Aldeu lu the district court next
Mondaj-. The Jury waived cases will be
tried Tuesday and Wednesday, nnd Prlday
the default divorce cases will bo called,
One week from Montlnv the equity docket
will be tnken up. The default divorce
Ltses and the equity cases will bo tried In
the order lu which they appear on the
tIollrrinsirs Chit kens sfnlrn.
Pollcomnn Qulllnn Is mourning tho loss
nf two doren line chickens. While on dull-Wcdnesdnv-
evening some thief went In
his home, onteied the chicken houe nml
made nwny with evcij' chicken he owned.
M. H, Lindsay also reported to the pollco
yesterdnj- that thloves hid culeicd his
chicken coop tho night before and mndo
away with llfteen line Huff Cochin hens.
Ills Arm Dlsloi llted
The joung son of J. M. McCarty, of No.
2003 North Ilnlleck avenue, met with a
severe acldent jesterdaj-. He was engaged
In plnj- nt the Long school and fell, ills
locating hla right nrm at tho elbow. Dr
Thompson was called and set the Injured
Crnlg's Case Continued.
Arthur Craig had his case continued j-es.
tetdny until Apill 11, In Justice of the
Pence Swinglej's com L, He is accused ot
robbing the stole ot I. Merkow llr. on Cen
tral uvenue somo time ago.
Members of Pallas lodge No. 125. Order
ot Aegis, aro requested lo meet nt I. O. O.
P. hall, corner of Sixth and Mlunonti
avenue. Saturday cvcnlnb", April t. Husl
ncss of Importance.
An Interesting entertainment was given
last night at tho hnll at tho corner of
Thirteenth street and the "L" road by tho
pupils of the Chelsea Place school. Tho
entertainment was given for tho purposo
of raising sulllclcnt revenue to purchase a
musical instrument, to be used at the
Tho congiegatlon of tho Edgerton Tlncc
Baptist chinch nre making pieparatlons
to enl irge tho church In the near fntutc.
The plans tor the new addition have al
ready been pn pared and the wotk, of con
st i notion will soon bo commenced.
Tho Hev. W. L. Grant, the linptlst state
missionary, opened an Institute at tho Plrst
Uaptlst church (colored) jestirday. The
session will continue until Sundav night.
.Inmes D. Husted has returned from the
East, where he has been engaged in busi
ness for the past two jeais. Ho states
that tho prospects for better times In thu
West are very nattering.
Angus MiKInn, living at fl',7 Illvervlew
avenue, died ot paralls jesterday at tho
age of St. Tho lemalns will be shipped to
Union, la , to-dily for burial,
Saturday will be motion and demurrer
day at the court of common pleas.
Tho groceij" store of II, C. Habcock &
Co was closed jesterday bj- Long Ilios., of
Kansas Citv, Mo., who held a chattel mort
gage for $1,011 Mrs Elizabeth lUbcoils
holds a, second mortgage for JCO0 Tho
stock Is in tho possession of Long Hros.
Mr E. O. Swartz, president of tho
Swartz Lumber Companv, of Swait7, La,
purchased engine No 17. ot the Knnsas
Cltj- Elevated Itoad Companj-, jerterdaj-.
The engine will bo used for hauling plno
logs fioni Swartz to Monroe, Li, It will
he tnken to the Kej'stone lion works, ot
this cltj. and overhaul. 1 before being sent
South. Tho lumber companj- owns a very
large tract of plno timber and oporntes o,
saw mill and large planing mill at Swartz.
Mr. Gene Porcel will leave to-night for
Palo, Kns., to visit friends and relatives.
.Mrs. W Knnpp left l.i-st night for West
ern Knnsas to attend her brother, who 13
Miss Ma j- Wright Is visiting relatives on
North Mill street ot this cltj-.
Miss Mnilho, Walters, ot Wichita, ts vis
iting her sister, Mrs. J, E. Callahan, on
Will Hamilton lift last evening for Chl
c iro on ,t business trip.
Chief of Pollen Servls3 returned from
Topek i hist evening.
Deputy United States Mnrsh.it Dlllard, ot
Topeka, was In the cltj last evening,
Mr. J. L. Jones, of tho llrm of Jones &
Co, left jesterday for tho East to buy
A Cousin of the Lain hitting Hull Taken
1 rum n Metropolitan Car to Iltth-
Toney Ylto, a hnlf-breed Indian, who
el ilms lo be a cousin of the late Sitting
Hull, was taken fiom a Metropolitan street
car j'csterdiy nfternoon irrlously HI. Ho
was removed to No I pollen station and
was later lemwed In tho police ambulance
to the ll.-th my hospital. According to tho
stoiy 'illo told Sergeant IViyle, he had Just
aiilved in tho city from Detroit, Mich,
lor the purpose of taking the Keeley treat
ment. He boarded a stieet car at the
Union derot, in louto to tho Keeley Insti
tute, and while aboard the car he was
suddenly stticken with in epileptic lit. It
w is fullj nn hour before he rccoveied suf
ililently to talk. Tim police do not douht
his udallonshlp to tho late Sitting Hull.
They say ho greatly resembles the deceased,
Dentil of Mr. I lliibetll V. t'lnvnon.
Elizabeth V. Clayson. wife of Harry
Clayson died yeteril.iv morning at the
family home, No, -117 -Miami avenue, Tho
deceased was 31 j'oars of ago ami was well
known In this cltj-. Tho funeral will take
placo Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock front
the Methodist church, under tho auspices
of the Degree of Honor, Order of the
World. Hoyal Neighbors, Woman's A, P,
A, and Homo Sewing Circle, of which she
wus an nctlvo member.
The Independent Order of Good Templars
will give a box social next Monday night
at the Central Christian chuich,
Mr. A. J, Dinwiddle is seriously ill at
her homo on South Eighth street,
Aldeiman Hfaney Tollman has begun the
work of erecting his new brick residenco
on houth I'tfth street,
Mrs. C. E. De-Moss left j-esterday for
Hurdett. Kns., where she was summoned
by the sudden Illness of her father.
Tho South Side Social Society gave Its
last dance ot the seus-n last night at Mc
Lean & MoAnany". hnll, There was a
laige attendance and the ball was a big
J. It, 'CJuarles, cashier of the Armour
dais bank, has gone on a visit to Hoon
Vllle, Mo, whero his parents reside.
A meeting was held last night at the
Central Christian church for the purpose of
completing tho orgunl-atlon of a. choral
union In this cltj-.
Miss Joslo Youngman Is seriously ill at
her homo on Pyle street.
Riverside lodge No 10. Degree of Honor,
gave a musical and literary entertainment
last night at the Odd Fellows' hall, corner
of Osage avenue and Packard street, The
attendance was laige and the aifalr was a
P-sqes Loth socially, -t-4 &aa.aclal.yJ v
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
ritot'i.HTvoMMnts ntoTr.sr AtiAiNST
oiisrittotiti.vs in a cum:...
llentli lit .tohn .Madusky Alter it Long Ill
ness An l,li nt tu ilnliii Milton Ne.tr
Stll lings- Itnuils Issued-Mlscrl
bullous nml Personal cits,
ot the council. Tho company Is driving
two rows of piles ncioss the creek, thereby
obstructing the passage of water during
heavy rains, The company claims the re
pilrs ate only tompornrj-, as they will
build a new- Iron Iiiidgc ucross the creek as
soon ns possible
Vtlst rll im mis.
John MadttsUj, Jr died nt his father's
home. 2 Shawnee, jesteialaj-, nfter a lin
gering Illness. The funeral will occur nl 2
P. in. to-da, with burial at Greenwood
Sheriff Peterson, of Wjundotte county,
yesterday placed lu the state prison at
l.inslng, llajs Jenkins, live j-pnrs; Jerome
Hlowers, six jears, William Huddlcson,
four jears, Prank O'llrlen, three jears,
and John Callahan, tw'o jcais, nil fiom
Mr. Laik Hnmsev was jesterday mado
the custodian of all the effects of Prank
Clcnnard, who was shot by his brother
Adolph, now In Jill under fl.OvO bond aw lilt
John Ml ton, of Wnldron, Mo, was run
into lata Wi.lnesday evening, near Stllllngs,
by a Hurllngton train. Hoth his legs were
fractured and ho was otherwise hurt. Dan
ger signals were given, but he being tinder
the Inlluenco of liquor did not realize his
The sixty lunds of Jl.fO) each have been
Issued and signed by the major and are
now In the hands of the trustee, J. W.
Sprnltey. this being the Jltiul step toward
tho refunding ot the maturing Soldiers'
Tho council will canvass the vote of tho
recent elections to-nlghl at 7.30.
The various attaches of the city will be
D. A. Ihsik will give this people a sound
and businesslike administration.
Mrs. Eugene Lyse was In Kansas City
The 1. idles' Guild of St. Paul's church
will meet to-day in the rectory
Stand up for jour own Interests nnd
take the Journal, as it gives j-ou the largest
volume of carefully selected Information
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Mrs p. o. Lowe leaves to-morrow for
Port Hllej-, to visit her daughter, Mrs. L.
A petition for the paving of Main street,
from Delavviiie to Seneca, was presented
to the council and was referred.
City Welghm.in Koheit N Taylor turned
over J'iT.'O to tho cltv treasurer, as fees
collected bv him the pist month.
An ordinance has passed the council to
widen Tenth avenue at the Junction of
Michigan avenue. The appraisers have
condemned tho ground required.
Colonel E E. Mttiphj-, of the United
Suites revenue department for Kansas,
went over to Topeka jesterday on business
with his ollUe.
Oscar Walkemlrtz In repainting and pa
pering his lintel
Uaehm .. Walker, of lehlta. nre open
ing up a steam laundrj- at 311 Dclawaie
llnny W. Hell and wife will attend the
annual banquet of the Wjnn Literary So
ciety ot the Midland college. Atchison, to
day, A man was captured jelerdnv with four
horses and eoviril sets of harness and a
rrrtn nil nt u hlnti It Is MinilOSOd WCrO
.stolen.' The police will hold him and tho
stock to await developments.
Gulit Tint Hud lleen Long Hurled by nil
Aged Colon il Mini stolen I'riim
There Is a great commotion at the resi
dence of Oltnstead Smlth.three miles north
west of Inilipendenee. on account of the
mj'sti rous disappearance of hoarded gold,
whlih has been burled for the past thirty
Smith Is one of the llchest colored men
tn Eistern Jackson county He was born a
slave. ly lndustiy and economy he man
aged to noun! away JIM in gold, which ho
bailed In the earth. A few diijs ago he
dog up the treasure from Its hiding place
und hid It away In his log cabin. Shortly
afterwards he was takui 111, nnd during
the time that he wus confined In his bed
someone slipped away with the treacle.
This has c uisecl a commotion In the smith
family, and Smith htmsilf Is driven frantic
ov.t Ills loss
Smith, who Is nearly 90 5 ear) of age, came
to Independence Jestetday and reported
his loss to the police lie snld that ye'nrs
ago. while a slave and the chattel of Jabe
.Smith, he managed to Five quite a com
petence by duing odd Jobs. His master
was liberal with him, nnd as fast ns the
money was given him he stole away to a
vacua Held und burUd It, vvheie he thought
it would be safe fiom human hands '1 ho
quirtcrs ami dimes were chunked Into
gold nieces, and the amount ot $nn In coin
found a jesting place n the oil mans
"bank." After burjlng the mnnov, the
place was not. il e.iretullv and the mom y
.i.-is nllnnpil In remain In Its hiding III ice
during the war. After the w ir lie was
given his llbertj. Put the monej remained
untouched. As he had reached tho age of
Chj jeais nnd was 1,-ellng that life would
soon be over for hlni. In decided to dig up
his tr-asulM and pl.u a It where Ills childn u
could obtain some b-nellt In case of hlH
death. Smith, since the war, has been
thrift)', and has several thousand dollars
In the Hank of Indcpen litwc. Ills burled
monej- was to be list d In ease of mis
fortune. The old in in, after digging up his
gold, can led It to his log cibln, ami hid
It awiy next to one of the rafters. Dur
ing his Illness ho thought little of his mon
ej, but when he regained his health It was
his Hi st thought. He sought out Its hiding
Place and found the ratter, but no monej-.
As far as known, none but members of his
family has been In the cabin, yet the
money mysteriously dlsappeired.
Smith is it iu ilnt character, and.although
M jears ot ago, ho Is as stialght as un
There was n little surprise when the city
couii' II of Independence met 1 ist night as
the canvassing boutd to canvass the vote
iast at the iccint city election. The voto
h ivlng been opened It was discovered that
there were marked il icgul itltles In the
Plist waul. It was found that the ballots
had not been sealed In that wurd, as the
law directs thnt they shall be lu every ward
or ptc'i'lnct. It was nl-o found upon ex-,
amluiitloii that the oilleer who "swore"
the Judges to the rotutn cettitlcates had
utteilj failed to sign the (Citlllc.ites, thus
lira, tleully avoiding the oath. These ills.
niveiles eieatcd no 11 tt lo consternation In
some quartern when they became known
about the city, but the city council was
not iiuthoiue'il bv law to take cognl.anceof
such mutters, Its duty was to canvass
the returns, and to ccttlty to tho returns
as it found them. This was done, and tho
result ei tilled to. Hut the attention of
the city attorney was called to the matter
If-lnglim l'renbylery lo Convene.
The session of tho Lexington presbitery.
of the Cumberland Presbyterian church,
will bo held In this cltj. The session wilt
open to-night with a sermon by Hev.
Hl.uk, n( tho Missouri Vulley college, at
Miushall. Mo, To-morrow will bo occupied
In inutlno business, with a seiiuon lu the
evening. Dm lug the session the 1. nibs'
Preshjterlul Society of the church will hold
a meeting, Iltpiesentatlvcs from all over
the district will be present. The district
includes six counties, aim the number ot
delernte3 and visitors will be quite Uige.
Will film Up Her School.
Miss Llna Moxlej-. the principal of tho
Presbjterlan Ladles' college, will, at the
tloso of the ntcseut session, go to Europe,
where she will spend several mouths travel
ing, Miss Moxley will not have charge ot
the school for unother jear, as she ex
pects to ictlre after her European trip.
She will be uccompanled by several young
Independence society women, who will seo
ihe sights ot the old world.
An Athletic Association.
Preparations are being made to form ail
athletlo association In this city. Members
of Company P will form the nucleus of tho
new club, und tare sport Is anticipated.
A membership ot twenty-seven has already
signed, und u meeting was held last nlsht
at Armory hall. The smoker Saturday
night at Armory hall will be given for the
bencilt of the association,
Oue.tiuu its to a lioml.
Alderman O'Hrlcn, of the Second ward,
called attention of the council last nlaht
to the fact that one of the sureties on the
bond of City Collector V, B. Itoblnsou had
died last year, and the question was raUed
us to whether his estate held on the band
or pot. in t&e Utter aat. Air. Q'rcu
reisonal piotests were nlso entered by
dlrteieiit business men lo the council, who
domnnded the obstructions be removed at
tune, and thereby avert hcavj il imago
suits against the city from uverllow nnd
backwater. The commissioner was ordered
to remove the iiltslllietliiiis.
A CONFIDBNTIAL CHAT
between two men or women generally develops the f.ict that one or both
of them nre troubled bv .sickness of .some kind. One nun is nil riRlit
except his rhctiinatism.'nnotl.cr has a "blight touch" of dyspepsia, an
other has bilious headaches and another is too nervous to sleep well.
What's to be done about it ? , ,
The situation is serious. I.ittlc things have a way of RCttniK Dig.
Hig diseases tuc bad things. Sleeplessness brings irritable nerves, loss ot
lk-sli, loss of appetite. Sleepless people soon get their bodies into such a
condition that diseae-gcrins find it easy to lodge there and propagate.
People die from the aggravation of an aggiegation of little things. 1 lie
more promptly a disease or disorder is met the more quickly it is cured.
Most all sickness starts in the stomach, liver or lungs. Rheumatism,
scrofula, eczema, consumption, come about because insufficient, impure
or impoverished blood is present. The things we cat and bieathc are
what make blood pure or impure. The diseased blood finds the weakest
spot in the body and a local svinptom appears. If the impurity is sup
planted with good, rich, red, healthy corpuscles, the disease will have
nothing to feed on. If the proper cleansing medicine is sent to the .seat
of the trouble, it will force out the germs and repair the damage done.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a cleansing, purifying medi
cine, a blood enricher, a nerve strengthened It is an efficient tonic, aids
digestion, creates healthy appetite nnd healthy flesh. It does not make
people "fat." It makes them strong. It makes useful flesh muscle.
It will cure any sickness that has its source in the digestive organs, or
through them in the blood. It will cure gS per cent, of all cases of con
sumption if it is taken in time. Consumption is virtually scrofula of the
lungs. Scrofula is a disease of the blood. The " Golden Medical Dis
covery" purifies the blood. What sounds at first like a picposterous
statement is a very simple, logical truth when you reason it out.
The World's Dispensary Mctlic.it Association, lluffulo, N. V., publish ti ito page
hook nbout health anil how to keep it. It will he- .sent free on receipt of six cents
in .stamps to cover postage. It tells of many vvoiulcrful cures by the " Discovery.
s.ild, the bond was Insulllelent according to
law. The suretj who had died was the
late II M. Vail. The matter was referiod
to the cltv counselor, who was asked for an
opinion upon It
Mayor Gt Inter nddrosed tho council,
tlintiklncr the retlrlntr tnemhels for the co
operation they had given him during their
terms oi omce, iinu congratulating ineni
on their good records for olllclal elllclency
Hrnnrh "Journal" Olllie.
Tho branch ofTIco of the Journal In this
cltj- is lociteil In the Chrlsmnn-Siwvcr
Hnnk building. Prom now on the Journal
will be supplied to Its Independence pa
trons nt 10 cents per week. The present
high standard of dollverv will bo main
tained. Subscriptions will be received, nnd
an)' Irregularities In service will receive
prompt attention bv nntlfjlug the agent.
Tho Journal Is delivered to nil paits of the
cltj-, and subscriptions should be sent In at
Tho Tastor's Aid Soeietv of the Preshj-.
tcrlan church will give an entertainment
to-nlglit in the cnucii piriors.
Miss MeDlll, of Kansas Cltv, Is the guest
of Mrs. P. C. Wyntt, nf South Main street.
L. S Cherry arrived home jesterday from
Chllllcothe, Mo , whero ho has been on a
Mr. nnd Mrs. Silas llilllard have Issued
Invitations to the m; of their daugh
ter. Miss Maud Milliard, 10 S .1. Lewis, of
Kansas Cltj-, The wedding will Hike placo
on the evening ot April 10, nnd will be a
The latest reports from the conntv clerk's
ofllce give S M H.irrett a 1 irge mnjorltj
In the raco for superintendent of public
Marshall, Mo , April I (Special ) Tho
Lafajctto prcsbvtery met In this cltj
last evening. A large number of delegates
nro present, and much business will bo
Sedalln, Mn , April 1. (Special ) Edward
Earl, aged 30 jears, for years foreman of
the Missouri, Kansas & Texas paint de
partment of the fcedall.a shops, died here
to-night of dropsj.
H'diillii. Mo , April I. (Special ) The
Pettis eoumv criminal court niljouined to
elny, after a short session Jefferson Pul
ley was .sentence! to two jeais. in the
penitentiary for horse stealing, and John
Day was given three oars for grand lar
ceny. Jefferson Cltj-. Mo . April I. (Special )
11. M Lamb, of Chapln, HI., hns written
Secrotarv Lesueur to ascertain the loca
tion In this state of a "poor farm" known
ns Mountain home. It appears that a pen
sion of a soldier's widow hinges upon as
certaining the location of tho "farm."
Mexico. Mo . April 4 (.special ) S O
Elliott, the only n mninlng member of the
defunct llrm of Elliott & MoNamu, which
failed for $50.tvi and caught live sunk
men In Knn-as Cltj-, Chicago and St. Louis
for large sums, has left the county. M, -N'niii.i.
lb., other member of the llrin. nnd
Jelferson Mourning, who was security tor
them, left the county some time since for
a more congenial climate
Jefferson City, Mo , April 4 (Special )
At the late session of the legislature a
bill passed providing for the sale of the
Missouri school for the blind, at St. Louis.
Governor Stone has signed tho bill and it
Is now a law. A new site Is to bo selected.
Por this latter puiposo Governor Stone to.
day named as commissioners J. N. Ital
ian! Montrose; Itobi rt Drum, Marble Hill;
John W. Drabelle. St. Louis; Jacob P.
Gmellch. Boonvllle; Prank It. O Nell, St.
Dodso City, Kas April 1. (Special 1 The
ticket In favor of allowing salatles to inn
was successful here Tuesd ly, L. Sims be
ing elucted mayor by C3 majoilty.
Abilene. Kas., April 4 -(Special.) The
Golden licit Medic il Association met In
foil, th annual session to-day, t'uper mil
illse'.aslons were presented by leading
pl-yslctins of Central Kansas. I:. E Ilu.
lcit mn elected president; E. 11. I.ofever,
st ere, tat y,
Ottawa. Kas., April 4 -(Special) The
si hool boanl at its regular meeting this
w -ek icquestod the mijeir to Issun a pioe
lamatlon for a special election on June 4,
to vote on tho proposition tor n new school
house. The schools arc badly crowded,
theto being an average of seventy-six- pu
pils to etch tcachci, outside the high
Ottawa, Kas,, April I -(Special 1 Tho
town of Lane, this county. Is to have a
CltUens' bank, with Million Chandler, of
Paola, tn charge. Line U u prospetous
village, and tho renter of the tobacco
raising ludiislij which has been started
In that part of the country during the past
few yea is.
It Leads the World
-Pearline. The first w.ibhing-compounrl ever
save work and yet be safe to use, has started a host of washing-powders,
all imitations of Pearline. They ought to make
women think. If you can get risky help from a poor imitation,
why not get safe help from the original and thu best? If you
used the cheapest washing-powder for a year, Instead of
Pearline, you couldn't save enough to pay your loss in one
ruined garment. w james pvle, New Yotk.
BRIEF ITEMS BY WIRE.
Aubtitu. N Y, April t William Lake
was executed bv electricity III the st.ilo
prison here at 12-t". p. in.
Washington, April I. The Montercv ban
arrived at Maro Island navv yard, whero
she will piepnio again for her voj'ago to
Washington. April I Secretary Morton,
who lias been confined to tho house for
several elavs bv a cold, has so fur rccov
eied to-d ij- as to bo ublo to visit tho agrl
Washington, Apill 4. Among the cadet
appointments to the United Slates military
uciidemv issued the past week Is thnt of
Gecngo D Hit up, of St. Louis, Mo.; It. II.
Watts, alternate, of St, Louis.
Topeka, Kas April I (Special ) Under
a recent act of congress, which increnseel
all pensions below JO to that sum, the
Topeka ngencj sent out 4,0ii notifications
yesterday to pensioners, nlTootod by the
law, who draw their pensions here.
Hot Springs, Ark, April I All trains
on the Hot .spilngs r.allroid havo been re
sumed. Thice convalescent patients re
main In the hospital heie. At Camden
two inmates of the pest house have been
icllevcd and the epidemic is believed to bo
Guthrie. O. T April 4 -(Special.) N. W.
Douglas and Hob -Mtirphj-. two prisoners
cnnllned In the Pottawatomie Jail under
nine months' sentenco for felonious as
s mil, wcie granted pardons today by
Washington, April 4 Chief Inspector
Wheeler, of the poslolllec dotMitmont,
sajs Hint the Inspectors will catch thu
men who robbed the poatoillco at Spring
Held. Ills He says Hint the amount of
stamps taki n is not ns large as reported,
nnd that $7,r,00 will cover the loss
Washington, April I In a teport to tho
stute department, Ellis Mills, United StateH
consul gem ral at Honolulu, nuuouuees tho
arrival thoro on Maieh II of the German
ship ludepent with C2I Jnpmesu contiact
laborers, 111 being women They are uniler
contract to wink at SU30 and tho women
nt !S por month.
Omaha, Nib, Apill 4. A special to tho
Hoe from Casper, W j-o , sajs: Senator J.
J. Hint, mujur of Casper, shot William
Milne, shop owner, last night Hurt llreil
hvn shuts, nil Inking eifect. .VUllic is dead.
Hurt claims that Milne wns too Intimate
wllli his wife Scnatoi Hint Is one of the
largest shop owners In this section.
Chlcn A rll 4. Dally News special
from T.t i'orn. Ind , s iys a huge quantity
of wieckage of the steamer Chtcoia was
found this morning bv Captain Hatdwlu
and ciew of the tug Diamond of Michigan
City, To night n .searching expedition
for tho boJbs of the vessel h crew will be
organized Captain Baldwin believes that
thu bodies will be found embedded In the
Mllwnukce. Amll I Present Indications
nro lht It will uqulio tho olllclal count to
dc tei mine whether Judge WlnBlow fir
Judge e'leimiison Is elected Jusiic o of tho
sillJlcme coin i tiste'rcuiy n seemeci cer
tain that JihIl-c Winslow had a majority
I tinning up Into tho ihuusaiicls, but mora
complete returns have icdiiced bis lead and
mnko It ceitnin thnt the lesult Is very
close No one claims mine than J,1VI for
vV Inslow tn-.iv, ami the cstliuat s inuge
from that figure down to l.ooo.
Washington, April 4 Secretaries Giesh
am nnd Caillsle cnllcd on Postmaster Gen
eral Wilson m-iJav, but tho new inblnet
utile er was out Mr. WINou'm llrst day ot
otllclal life lu the department was devoid
of Interest, the business In ought befor
hltn bilng almost wholly of u inutlno un.
tuic He has aire tdy been crowded with
applications tor positions, many persons
seemingly being of the opinion that a
change in tin- head of the department
means changes In other positions,
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT r
Tho Huillngton fust train "Eli" leaves at
3 30, The only lino hhvUi nunls nn tin
cafu plan bitween Kansas CUy and Chi
cago, In addition to ngular iiunl seivlco.
This entire ti.iln Is equipped with nit mod
cm Impiovcm tits. Seivhu unexcelled.
Miiurs left Without 1'iiv.
Mexico. Mo. April I Hu. lal.) S.
I.aujou and his son, Edwutd Lnnjnn, who
based the C C. Davis roul mines east ot
li if. Ii.im left the ill) under suspicion
clicumslaneis. Their business is in a seri
ous lundtUon 'Die minus have not te.
ceivcil their pay. und tin re are other nil
paid bills around the tit). S D. Lanjpr
left hero a few ila) s ago ami has not been
heard fiom since Last night Edward, tin
son left a cull tor G o'clock a. in. ut hit
hotel. This morning his room was tonne
vucunt, and tlieio Is no explanation. Th
miners, who mo pooily pripiued to los,
their earnings, are consldirably wrought
up over their tteatnicnt.
iii.ulo, and the best, rroved
to be absolutely harmless
to anything that is
washed both by the
women who have used
it for years, and by
But the enormous
demand for Pearline
for something that will