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TTTtt KANSAS CITY JOUK NAT,. SUNDAY. APRIL 7, 1895.
MAY SPRING AMENDMENTS,
TALK Or t.O.UMNO IIIIWX Tltr. CIIAI1-
1KB nr.isioj itcrmtr.
Tim Mnttcf Wilt I'mnn llffnro tlir Council
2stl Vrclneilr Mijlit Vlr. Olson
Will Auk for nn Appropriation
to nultd ft Jrotr.
Ntt Weclnfcl.i- hlisht the city council
will liORln to urcftlr wltli tlio park nnil
vvnter work1! problem, ns vtilmilttnl In nn
ordinance, which will constitute the report
of the charter revision committer. The
ordlnnhco wilt contain sections provtJIiifr
for the creation of a park bonrd ami con.
ferrlnir speclllc power on It, for tho itdop.
t Ion of an amendment to (liable lli city
to Issuo and nell bonds for tho settlement
of the decree of the United Slates circuit
court, ordertiiff the city li buy th water
work", ntij another umendment rediiclntc
tho minimum license ico to II, Thesa three
will bo tho only amendments submitted,
and tho last one lj In dancer of MilTerlliir
the fnto of several measures which mem
bers of tho rommltte attempted to have
considered, and which vvm sldetrackid
by tho motion to exclude them from the
City Counselor Itofiellc Ins promled to
hnvo the ordinance ready for tha fcouncll
nt that time and the two houes will havo
e.11 opportunity to find "where they aro at"
on tho propositions submitted, nnd the
ones which were tilled out. So far as tho
upper houso Is concerned. It Is pretty welt
settled that there will bo no amendments
to the ordtnanco to Include nny other meas
ures. This Is not so certain of tho lower
house, ns soniu of tho members buo
pet schemes for charter rev Iston nnd hope
to b ablo to Kct them beforo tlm house
and Incorporated In the ordinance us addi
Any effort In this direction will, it Is
believed, bo the kIkuiiI for a Rtlff llKht nnd
the lower branch of tho cty legislature
may bo relied on to furnish some warm de
bates, Tho report was adopted by a bare
majority, which would have been vvautliix
IT Councilman Craig had been at the meet
Iiik l'rld.iy nfternoou. lie would have
oted with Drawn uud Kidnell, It Is snlil,
to pi event the llnal adjournment of Die
committee ami to allow other umendments
to bo handled, anil possibly nddvd to the
ordinance;. It Is tulil he may come to the
li'seuo of his associates In the lower house
Wednesday night, and theru may bo somo
lively thins uheud.
It Is within the range of possibility that a
night's session of the council will not bo
siitllclenl to get the ordinance through us
the oommlttce leports It. If the lower
house tacks on any new matter, tliire will,
It Is hinted, bo a deadlock, and u confr
tnce which may tie tho wholo matter up
so that the work of the committee may go
Councilman Olson has nn ordinance in
tho budget now which appropriates C3,("0
for the continuation of the O. K, creek
xewor. The money Is to bo taken from the
general fund, and Is Mr. Olson's method of
reviving his O. K. creek amendment. He
Is not plensed with tho result of his ef
forts to have his amendment considered
by tho committee, but has abandoned hope
of getting it beforo tho people. He mil
changa front and ask that tho work bo
undertaken piecemeal. Il hopes by this
means to get somo work dono every year
until nil Is completed. Meanwhile, he bays,
his people will light the park amendment,
belK-Vlng that tho city needs the tenor more
than tt docs any system of parks and
Mr. Olson's plan was to amend the char
ter so that the whol. city might be in
cluded In one Joint sewer district, and the
cost of the completion of the work bo dis
tributed, as would bo the caso If the board
of publlo woiks should declare It to be u
public necessity, and make the sower a
public one. He thinks that the sewer Is a
public necessity, and that the wholo city
should contribute to tho expense, but ho
realizes that It Is Impossible to get tho
money by bonds or direct appropriation,
so he offered his amendment to revise tho
charter to admit of the entlro city being
constituted ono Joint district. He found
on consulting legal authority, that tho
bulk of opinion nan that it would not bo
legul, oven If tho amendment was ratified
by tho people.
City Treasurer Green has an amendment
which ho was very sollcitlous for. He at
tempted to get tho committee to discuss It,
but In the tight which arose over the nd
"Jouinmont and limit of tho report, lie was
not nble to secure a hearing. Ho wants
tho section relating to the contents nnd
disposition of certlticates of sales for city
taxes to be amended. He asked that the
following woids be stricken out of section
47, of article V: "livery certificate of pur
chase shall bo acknowledged and recorded
In tho olllce of the rucordcr of deeds, in
tho same manner that dcodn and conveyan
ces of real pioperty are required to lie ac
knowledged and lecorded by the laws of
this state; provided that every such cer
tificate of purchase shall bo void unless It
Is recordset ns hureln inquired within six
months from the date of Issue."
Mr. dreen says that this piovlslon Is an
additional burden to tho taxpijer, without
a col responding benefit, lie claims that It
Is for the good of the men who buy In
lots sold lor taeH uml costs the people nt
least H'.OiO mom eveiy ear than they
should pay. The necessity for such rec
ord Is not apparent, h says, ns his oillco
contains nil the records needed to give duo
notice nf tlm sale. He says It only con
fuseB the owner and results In the Ineieuso
In tho revenues of abstractors and law J'ei s,
who compile abstracts and examine titles.
Tho orlgln.il owner lb compelled to pay tho
piper for something which does him nnd
nobody else any good.
It Is not piobable that there will bo any
amendments to tho ai dimmer, but thero Is
a good ptospect for a In Isle Intel change of
sentiment on the part of both houses, when
tho notion begins. Ono house Is resoluto
that the limit must be preserved, while
somo of the other fellows hopo to get
new mntter Into the bill Owing to the ex
treme length of tbo park stctlon, It Is not
piobnblo that tho two houses can dispose
of tho ordinance nt ono sitting, even If
no dlstni bing elements should creep In.
This section contains nearly 10.CK.iO words,
cut up Into thirty-eight subdivisions, nnd
It nlone will occupy all tho tlmo of one
session In the reading
Tt Is proposed to hold tho election nhout
Mr' 20. .
A Ttreonilllencl.ltlon 1'rom I.n Angeles,
K2 Castelar street, I.os Angeles, Cal.
After having suifered for a long; time from
acuto rlieuinatUm, without obtaining relief,
I used Chamberlain's I'siiJJalm and was
almost Immediately retimed. I highly rec
ommended this ns the best medicine known.
I). M. HAMILTON,
A CKOYVI) OF WI I MISSES.
The Story Told About u lromiuent Kansas
City Pliysli Ian. Cannot lie lienied.
Many amusing anecdotes about the work
of Dr. Carson, the Vital Magnetic I'liysl
cl.ui, of H03 liroadvvay. In this city, tlnd
their way to the cars of his friends, A few
days ago, among those who were carried
into his olllce In a helpless condition, was
nn elderly lady, who had not walked a step
for many jears After receiving the llrot
treatment sho found she could stnnd upon
her feet. Sho began to shout In good old
camp meeting stylo, and kept It up ns sho
left the olllcf. Tho crowd of people In tho
jeceptlon rooms wera witneses.
Died, at Kansas City, Mo.. Ilachel Ham
nierslougli. wife of Louis Hammerslough,
March 8, 1S03.
"Cold In tlio dust this perlsh'd heart may
nut that which warmed it once shall never
At a special meeting of the Ladles' He
brew rtellet Society, held March 11, it was
"Whereas. Hy (ho untimely death of our
beloved sister, Rachel Hammersloiish, not
alone this society, but tho entire commun
ity, has lost one of Its most estimable mem.
her; one who vvus aluajs ready to help
nnd encourage every project furthering the
cause of hiniianltv. amrwho, by her ster
ling qualities of head and heart, and her
jnnumeiable acts of charily anil kindness,
endeared herself to her fellow men. with
out distinction of creed. A true mother In
Israel, a devoted daughter to her nged
mother, who binylves her, an extmplary
wife and mother, her death will leave a
void that time alone can assuage, The
beauty of her lovely character was amply
howii by the cheerfulness, patience and
fortitude dlsplajed during her prolonged
"Therefore. In appreciation of her many
womanly attributes, and the Irreparable
loss we have sustained In her early death,
"Itesolved, That the expression of our
profound regret be spread upon the minutes
of this society, a copy be sent to the fam
ily of the deceased, and the same to be
Subllshed in the American Israelite and the
ally papers of our city,
"Thy life work Is done
Thy laurels are won.'
"11118 II. DAVIDSON. President.
"MHS. SOL DLOCK.
'.MKH, L. S. 1.I12D12RMAN,
"illta. JULIUS O. BULIGSOHN,
iii:i.ii:m.ii in imr. itKtoRM.
Hut Indue tones Took the Opposite lew
nnd I'lneil llrr.
Kor-ih Webber, n. mld-'.te nged woman,
who has been nrreted by the police scores
of times for drunkenness nnd disorderly
ronduol, was nrreted jpsterdnv morning
nt the corner of Fifth and Ilroidvvay and
taken before l'ollce Judso .tones on n
thnrge of singing on the street In m.t
nttlre The woman was dressed In a long
I'rlnce Albert coat and checkered trousers.
"I'm In fuor of dress reform, Judge," re
marked the womm when she was ar
raigned. At this renmk the crowd in the
court room tittered anil the W-om.in turned
upon them ssvngely with the remark1 "Of
course oil will laugh, but jou'll live to
see the women" wearing them yet without
lxlng arrested for tt " .ludgn Jones s.Hd
the line would be J 1,1 nnd the woman at
tempted to execute a Jig In the little en
rlosurc before the Judge's stand "Ten
dollars more," remarked the judge. The
line will keep the woman In the workhouse
Tor fifty davs, ns she H unable to pay It
Prior to the womin's arraignment and
whll she was Incan-arted In tho twlb e J.ilt
while she was Incarcerated In the police Jail
knife in her tscslon that hail escaped
notice when she was searched. Folic e
Court Sergesnt Hnow attempted to per
suade the woman to give up the knife, but
she assaulted him so viciously that he re
quired assistance! In subduing her. During
the si'iiuie sue tore n com wntcn cnnin
from Sergeant Snow's vest and it could
not subsequently be found. It Is believed
me woman inrew it uui one oi ine
windows and that n, passer-by carried
NI'.W (l.lltltAdi: OltlHNANCK.
lis Various !rovllons Considered hy the
stillttrj fnmmltti e.
The sanitary committer, of the lower
house, consisting of Councllmen Olson,
Craig nnd Kldwell, put In tho afternoon
jestenlay considering the new garbage or
dinance, but without reaching nu agree
ment. The ordinance provides that gar
bage may be sold In bulk Instead of by the
pound and that the board of health may
regulate the garbage districts by the lev
els, Instead of ward boundaries. As the
law Is now, the districts am bounded by
the ward limits, many of these being nt
very different elevations. The Object of
the new plan Is to allow- the board to llx
districts In which the same or approximate
levels exist, that the hauling may be done
with greater ease and the cost be Hs.
The committee locked horns on the ques
tion of letting contracts for more than one
ear. The legal ntithorltv Is against the
plan. The committee will hold another
meeting during the week and endeavor to
compromise their differences.
Denth of tlurrett l'errlne.
Oarrett l'errlne, uged 76, died at the res
idence of his son, .1. A. Ferrlnu, April 5,
1S93. .Mr, l'errlne had been a resident of
this city three yiars, making his home
with his son, J, A, l'errlne, who Is a well
known business man of Kansas City, living
In his own home at 1113 Olive street, nnd Is
connected with the Jacob Dold Packing
The deceased was an old Union soldier,
having enlisted In 1SW, and served three
oars In Company M, Second regiment,
Colorado cavalry. Ills records show him
to have been a brave soldier, serving to
the end of his enlistment, and having; an
His domestic life was one of happiness.
Ills three children survive him. ono son
and two daughters.
The funeral services were held yesterday
afternoon at the residence of his son,
1118 Oilve street, and were conducted by
Ilev. L. M. Walters, rector of Christ church,
and assisted by Hov. Dr. White of the
United Presbyterian church. The body
was taken to Ilnrdolph, 111., for burial la
the family burying ground.
llloycle Thieves Sent to Jail.
John F. Jackson and James U. Illchard
son, charged with burglarizing Iteben
schied's blccle store, on McGee street, and
stealing four wheels of the total value of
about tXiO. were arraigned beforo Justice
Spitz, yesterday, and committed to Jill to
aw, tit a preliminary hearing. It was stated
yesterday bv Detective Halpln, who assist
ed In making tho arrests, that even tho
staple by which Itebenschled's rear door
was fastened, was found In the possession
of tho alleged thltives nt the time of their
arrest. Three of the stolen wheels were
found In the possession of the two men.
Tho fourth wheel was found In the pos
session of a friend of the two men. They
saici they had loaned It to him to practice
on and tho detectives did not believe that
he was concerned 111 the robbery. Neither
of the alleged thieves Is over 26 years of
age. They claim to have recently como
hero from Alabama.
Notice to Itepnlr llullcllngs.
Notices were served on Judge James Gib
son and Mrs. Hmma Vineyard by Superin
tendent of Buildings Love, yesterday, di
recting them to either remove their livery
stahlo at W9 Delaware street, or put It in
such lepalr that it will be bafe. A similar
notice was served on William 11. Dixon to
repair the east wall of his liverv stable at
111 West Fifth street. The wall Is said to
be crumbling Into tho alley back of the
Armour building. The Missouri. Kansas
& Tas Trust Company was ordered to
level the lloors and put In additional sup
ports in the building at 102, 101 and ICO Weit
Ilxrecdlng the Fstlmnte,
License Inspector I. N. Strlckler has
completed his leport of the money col
lected In hlh ofllce for the fiscal year Just
ending. The estimate of the amount of
revenue made by the couifcll last vear.
which It was expected would be realized
fiom tho lstuo of licenses was 5105,000.
According to th returns made by Mr.
Strlckler this has been exceeded by nearly
jti.OOO When the tlgiues were made known
to the finance committee, that body deter
mined to raise the estimate for the com
ing je.ir to $173,000. Mr. Strlckler feels
proud of his record, lie was complimented
by tho committee on tho showing ho had
VITAL atAGMlTIO THK.VTMIINT.
Dr. C, II, ('arson.
Thousands of Invalids restored to health
who hail been pionouneed incurable Sl.
teen cars' practice 111 Kansas City, no
drugs, no suiglcal opeiatlons. Kvery kind
of chronic and ucute disease successfully
treated with Vital Magnetic Power. Ottlco
Su3 lliondvyay, Knns.is City, Mo., rooms 3,
1, 5, G uud S Itesldence, Midland hotel.
A Fairy llower.
The windows of the Ilbjnl Tailors present
n picture well worth going to i-ee. .Mr.
Stevens has anaiiKnl a dlspliy hardly
equaled In the cits In the tailoring line.
Tho dlcplay consists of a beautifully har
monised mass of fine suitings unci tiouser
ings, L'aster eggs and natural flowers. Two
elegant, large plctmes, veiy appropriate
for the subject, ulong with a pair of mount
ed fowls, add to tho beauty of the whole.
I love It, I love It, nnd who shall dare
To chldo mo for loving my SOZODONT
I've used it, and blessed It, a thousand
Till my breath Is as sweet as poets'
Till my teeth aro as white as diamonds
Oh! a precious thing Is my SOZODONT
1 ruins Debt ed by Morim.
All the trains from the far West that
were duo to aulve In the Union depot last
evening were delayed on account of snow
btorms tu Lnsteiu Colorado nnd Western
Kan&as an! It is not likely that any of
them will arrive before daylight this morn
ing. Tlio Hock island's Denver train was
posted as twelve hours lite and tho Colo
rado train on the Santa Fe as Indefinite,
1'llblle .School Notes,
Mrs, Humphrey and daughter, of Law
rence, vveie jealdrday visitors nt the high
school building. They were guests of Mrs,
J, Howard Austin, of this city.
Professor lluchanan jotenlay spent the
day In checkliu," the four ear grades ot
the graduating class, and ascertaining
whether all the conditions have been com
piled with by members of tho class,
Tho arrangements for the Interstate high
school oratorical contest nro being made
as rapidly as possible, Uacii literary to.
clety will furnish a contestant and one
wU represent the school at large. These
contestant will first ba chosen In primary
contests and then a prlmury contest wilt
be held, Including the several contestants,
to deteimine the representative of the
school in the Intel state contest.
Superintendent Greenwood yesterday re
ceived tho diploma of honorable mention
which was conferred by the committee on
awards of the Columbian Exposition upon
the Kansas City publlo school exhibit. This
diploma was Issued under the act of con
grebs, which vvus not taken till after the
close of the exposition. Many who visited
the Columbian Imposition remember the
favorable comment which tho exhibit of
the public school of this city created. The
diploma Is signed by Virginia Meredith,
chairman of the committee on awards.
Ten cents a week.
At your door every mornlnjr.
J1.00 a year by mall.
,Tell your neighbor, i
Is Your Blood Pure?
Not One in a Thousand can say "Yes"
Especially in Spring It Is Impure
If jour Mood Is pure, on will bo
well. You will bo MroiiR, vigorous,
full of lifo nnil nmblliim; you will
have a pooil appetite null good diges
tion; your sleep will bo sound nnd
refreshing; your nervra will bo
strotuj. You will huvo little nerd lo
fear difcnso in any form if jour blood
is pure nnd you keep it bo.
Hut how few run fny tli.it their
blood is purel How ln.tnr peoplo
aro suffering dally from tho eouce
rjucnecs ot impure blood I
Men aro ufUictud with rheumatism,
catarrh, scrofula cniptiuiH.
Women nte troubled with nervous
nosa, sleeplessness, headache, indi
pestlon. Children nre virtlms of a
great variety ot diseases. .And every
where, especially in the spline, we
see tho ovidonro of languor, lassitude
and lack ot vitality, nnd hear com
plaints of weakness and tiled feeling.
The reason is found in tho fact that
the blood is not pttro. Tho blood is
thecurrcntof life, support of the organs
and muscles, tho feeder of the nerve.
If it is puro, lirh and henUhj", it
supplies all tho nourishment nnd con
Bequnntlj all the strength the nerves
nnd muscles need, and tho result is
perfect health. All this is to be had
simply by taking
The Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the Public Eye.
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there U nothing: artlllclnl
about their place In the piano
world. Just as some men
from sheer force ot ability
stand ahead of most of their
tellovvs so do FISCHUK pi
anos lend so many others.
Our advertising don't do It;
ur llnd praise don't do it
It's In the Roods anil It cornea
out and nothliiR can keep It
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that's what you want some
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KANSAS CITY PIANO CO.,
1215 MAIN 8T.
We nlo sell
I Inel ton,
WE ARE NOW IN OUR
Tenth and Walnut Sts.
The most cheerful and hand
some Tailoring Store in the
West, with the most complete
lino of Foreign and Domestic
Suitings in the city.
Harries & Evans
Cleaning Time Now!
Call 'Phono 1274
If you nee J clean towels, anil you'll
never be illuppoiulccl.
SILVER TOWEL & K. C. TOWEL CO.
A, C, FULKtiRSON, Prop.
Hfcff IUVfct tbu demure a4tleuiur-
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And Clogs the Wheels of Life.
Now is the Time to Take
Best Spring Medicine.
Now is the (lino to see lint j-nur
blood is pine, nnd to tnako it puro
and give it richness and ltnlitj and
the life uml strength-giving propettlcs
which are lequiretl, nothing ran equal
llond'a S.irsnparilln. the only true
blood purifier hefoiu Ihe people.
Why have the Fales of Hood's Snr
sap'tiill.i continued lo ineicnsc jear
nfler year ? Why does it have n
leronlof cures absolutely unequalled
in the history of medicine ? Iteeaue
Hood's SuiNiparilla purities, vitalizes
ami enriches tho blood. Therefore, it
is tho medicine you need.
It will give you pure, rich, red
blood and strong nerves.
It will overcome that tired feeling,
create un appetite, glvo sweet, re
freshing sleep mid make jnu strong.
Is not this exactly what j ou want?
Then lake llood'K $ar.iparilhi now.
It is the he-t spring medicine be
cause it is tho best blood purilier.
"I had tho grip nnil was so weak I could
hardly walk. It took all my strcneth,
aided by n cane, to get to tho store to pet
nbottloof Hood's Hnrsaparllla. Soon af
tor I beRftii taking It my appetite re
turned, and after three bottles I was in
better health than ever. I tako Hood's
Barsaparllla In the spring mid fall to
purify my blood and to keep in cood con
dition," J. C. Hkkncko, Davenport, Iowa,
PAR 8 M CLOAK
II08-III0 Main Street.
CAPES! DRESS SKIRTS!
SPECIALS FOR jVEOjNTDjfVY.
Made of Hxcellent Cashmere, Ribbon trimmed, all V I I V-'
shades, at tho Parisian for Mondny ibJ v V
New House Wrappers
Made of I'ancy Percales, very full, largo sleeves, nifllu
shoulders, at tlio Parisian for Monday
II08-III0 MAIN STREET.
P-one 79 MERRILL.
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Foreiffii Drafts Issued on
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WESTERN SASH Iff DOOR COMPANY,
Corner Nineteenth anil Wyoming Sts., Knnsus City, Mo.
VV TOWN Ol-TltlK-IIKIhT 1IUII.IMMI,
Deatherage Lumber - Company,!
UftTH, SHINGLES, SflSH, DOORS AND BLINDS
I WHITER-YELLOW PINE.
THE RAFINER ELEVATOR WORKS,
Manutacturtra ana Rtpalrtra of
Btemu, ll)clraullc, Mlnlueaud HoUtlnj
FUctrlo unci rM f T A. mVWfc" ainolllurry.
IlmiU. - I ll V A I I ll'Vik Iiuucb.iVuller..
rlclit and I 1 P - T . 1 VI4J Muclilnc uud
VuiuBr m UuitUmllh Work.
1426 and 1427 Main f tract - Kansas Gltvi Mlasourl.
The human body Is fcitlle ooll for
disease geims, hut tho man whose
blood is pure has nothing to fear, be
cause pure, i icli blood will keep nil
tho functions of the system in pcifcct
working order. Hood's Saisaparllla
purilles, vilalles and enriches tho
blood, and is a defense ng.iinst disease.
" Wlirn I was ISn bad fever sore come
on my rljjlit leg, After a thilo It healed,
but 21 jtars later, last winter, it bruko
out hi;sIii terribly sore, nit many snicl it
would never heal up. My son read so
much about Hood's Barsaparllla ho uracil
me to try it. I did so, and to my Rreat
Joy in a short lime tho soro ceased to dis
charge, and shortly alter tietfan to ltcal.
Alter tsklng fivo bottles the poison was
eradicated and the soro entirely hesled.
Inowfeelns well us ever antl enjoyrcnewed
strength anil viKor." I'uank O. Pti'.r.ci;,
South IiOiidondcrry, Vermont.
"f hvo been troubled with running
sores on my hip forymrs. I began totsko
Hood's Hiirssparilla In September, and
1 have not been troubled with running
sores bIikb January. I never felt bettor
In my life. I weigh 03 pounds when I
commenced to tato Hood's Harsapsrilla,
audi now weigh 1.12 pounds." Howard
Dakuy, Sallnorille, Ohio.
Double Capes, mnilo 1t d
of tine All Wool Diajr- V J i L)
onali, with a vcr.v '"'12 Ll-f
sweep, nt tho Parisian filp l."l"( 7
Monday VIK v' -- v-
Made of Taney Mo
hair, full I'liibiella
hkiit, lined through
out, at tho l'.iriiinu
New Tea Gowns
J. W. Merrill,
24th and Summit Sts.
New York Life Building.
P II. Roup, II. J, Jlucsa b. b. Sib
All Parts of the Old World
wyjs. Telephone v
GREAT EASTER WEEK
DOCCETT D. C CO.'S
l-'or nil purchases thii wsek pertaining to faster, of course tlio
thoiiRlits of uconoinicnl, shrewd, ntul buyers of recognized good taatc,
will turn first to this popular store, and doubly so bucittsu
Have been made to t;r.it fy both jour taste an 1 purse.
to make it . .
. i vm -'! rw r .
HTM HALS K
He Sure to Learn Our Prices
DRESS GOODS FOR EASTER.
Connni'iH'ing Mondiy morniti;; wo will hold ,i Special Clearanro Sale
of all Diess I '.litems in 1'iopon and (teu:tdiui all this yeai's .Styles. They
range in pneo fiont 3 3 to G.r. You can have your choice for y2,").
An imiiifiiM' nactiliec on a large niimbt'r. You can have them made up
to older in either of our DiessnuUing Departments for comparatively small
expense in excellent style.
' 'clVy "
ton T a n
zor toe, $3 00, for $1.9S
LOT 3 Imitation Button
"Prince's" elastic side, vici kid,
worth f.1.00. Tho jinee for Master
LOT -1 Vici Kid Oxfords, ev
trome razor toe and narrow equaro
toe, kid and cloth tops, '.."iO,
LOT 5 Glace Tan Kid Oxfords,
light tan tops, razor toe, decidedly
new, $3.50 for.. $2.98
LOT li Very Fine Vici ICid Ox
fords, '-The Tokio," veiy narrow
tuin up toe, tho very latest
style $3. 50
And others as follows:
S..-..0U Lac i-Shoes for $4. OO
0.00 Lace Shoos for $4.00
'The Trilby" pcifeut pictiue.$5.00
U'h is is tlio handsomest combina
tion of kid, patent leather and cloth
over produced in a lady's shoe.
We are mailing thorn by tho thou
sand. Send naiuo and address
promptly if you want one. It con
tains roliablo advei Using instead of
DOGGETT JMY GOOBS CO
W. O. I'HX, Precedent.
1 J Ii Ml
KANSAS CITY STATE BANK.
K .n.', flil.tiu. At Clohic
I.onns nnd dUc aunts
Ktlinltuiu and UMiiics
St l.onla city bonds.,.. t7.7 1 1 W
J.icKson count!, .Mcj.,
bondH IOO.OjO 00
Kftnian City slIiooI illa-
trlct luincla CO.nno Oc)
f ilher bondj and stoc ks Ivld 70
l ,i.ll ami Hih'lit '"i-
clunuu C"J.20S r.1
XT, rorilfy tho above to be correct.
DAM 111. II IIOI..MKS,
JIJO. V Mill.
i' .i. iiAiun,
506 Hast 12th St.
J. K, liUUMIAIt,
C. B. SIOKIIV,
METROPOLITAN NATIONAL BANK,
Deposits Feb. 1, 11UH, S-'.Ulo.Ul.OU. Deposits Feb. 1, 1UU5, S2.738,D7U 2.
iVT, 11. Hall,
W, (', (il 191,
1', A. I'cu;lc!T,
J. 11, AIU,
W solicit iccountu ot lUul., Uankcri. Corporations, rinii4, Jlcrchants auU InJlv lcluals. sna will
bo gUa to mtet orcorrcipoud wliu tbeit coniempUtlDg maklui chmc4 or opeulLi; uw ctcaunlx
Kid Glovci, Kmhrolilercd Hacks,
Llslo Thread Stoeklngi,
Tan 0fords, Latest Shapes',
Liico Collarettes and Neckwear,
Nobby Shirt Waists,
All at Such moderate- prices as to
insure numerous and quick sales.
EASTER K00TWHAH VERY,
0 lots of c.cliive Novelties for this
Lot 1. Ladies' Tan Southern But
ton natiovv pcpiare toe, tan cloth top,
logitlar piieo 3.00 Sl-'Jll.
Curtain Dept. .ftfiloor.
Clcanim house is in order and
Lmany rooms require new dtaping.
c will sell this uc(K:
13 inch l'lnin Iluslin for Cur
Li inch 1'lain .Muslin for Cur
30 inch Figured Muslins 15c
Yo make a spoeialty of Window
Shades. Satisfaction assured.
Art Dept. .ti floor.
A money having department. Hun
dreds now buy tlieto who were ae
customed to go elsewhere.
New Bisque Moldings, by tho
foot 7c to 25c
Gold Moldings for Oil Painting,
15c and 20c
Green and Gold Moldings, '-
5c, 7c, IOc
7x0 inch frames ( O f mini
U.M 1 inch f.amcs -" C .!u'!;r
27 inch Canvas, by the yaid . ,42c
Biistlu Blushes 2c to 5c
Canvas Boai ds, lyvl inches. 30l!
Fnami'l Paint, by tho bottle. . . 12c
China Paiutiit!' Materials.
Foreign Wasii Fabrics. :,,1i,,!Il,,r.
Here is hoadquaiters for Tartan
plaid swivel silks and cutton eiepons
as of other foreign fabrics. Hero
aro shown moio pretty designs than
all Kansas City combined all shades
lilues, pinks, Niles, corn, QG, ,
mauve prices 30c and OtC
Piinted J'higlish organdies small,
neat effects choice haiid-omo J ?T. ,
1 L VI'AM.S .ei I'asliivr.
uf Hu.liicsH, April ad, 1K1I.1.
r'upit.il stick paid In
.f:oo (vi m
. lAino m
, 3,Slll 7J
.ot iitidlvlci.il prolitH
Mvlclrnd i lice k iiiiii.iIi
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r. . taniln'.
v. D nix r c.
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WIIX T.. OAINKS,
r. v.. siotk,
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