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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 7, lWfi.
oMasiMiuiau.Hg1 itfijj;!r.Ki:iiniajnanmgBLag: eEHamiiaiaiiuauH
Every department is bidding fair to break all previous
sales records and every department manager is enthusi
astic over the extensive and advantageous purchases that
ready cash, skill and shrewdness have enabled him to stock
his departments with. Now, as never before, will it pay
you to keep in touch with our daily offers.
As the needle is attracted by the magnetism of the
Pole, so the people in greater throngs than ever arc at
tracted by the magnetism of the money saving opportunN
ties of this tho one tvnc barffulti if Ivtnt stove
of .Kansas Cuf.
12 tli and Main Stx-eefcs.
arc the busiest tailors in this
city, yet we are ready for
twice as much.
Our large tailoring facilities do
not strain under a few thou
sand extra orders.
Vc get them every Easter
time. This Easter (if the present pace
keeps up) will be flood time.
Conic as soon as you can;
don't expect any difficulty in
Prices arc very easy; Suits to
order, 515 to $50; overcoats
about the same.
Pants to Order, $4 to $14.
Sample i Malta!.
Ninth and Main Sts.
Chicago - JC ? !,T iws.
ft.paui. (cyxcett oiiah.
boston TaiTnc? DEVU:R
BfSMOIVES ,MI,,Un PITTSBURG.
Washington New n,ork isDumrous.
KeVMSClTY MNIPeNrKl o MlNNCAI-OLU,
Hartford. Portland. Orc. LosA-.GrLr.s.
BAR ASSOCIATION MOVE.
ikiim. hi .i:r a siuim: or uint.
. cou.r or aiti.ai.s hi:ki:.
A Coinlnittcii Appointed tilDcvlir a l'l ill
for Attaining Tint l.ud-M, ill lluto
to I'u.li Ihu II liter
Immedia'e steps will bo tal.cn by the
Kansas c.ty liat Association to si cure- a
kilting of tin. United Slates court of ap
pra s for tie iliIitlj clrcjit in this c!t.
The uei a as taken up .n the monthlj
m jiirib 01 tin. J&&UU.1.1011, hell in the
rooms jf ne Comuicrei.it Club last nlRht.
emu a commltLe was appointed to devise
ei pian and report to the association ai
foon as practicable. Tne association will
bo compelled to take the matter Into con
gress but theie Is ever reason to believe
111 it 11 eilorts will b- successful.
rti s ai Is In th i:iehtli circuit, which
einom . the states of iou.i. .Minnesota.
Kan a;, c.orado the Dakota. WjomlnK.
Zebras i unj Aikansaj. I nder tne law
as n Mfc's. the cltculi lourt of an
pea, 3 ni -,11 St. Louis, Si. l'aul and
ljii 1 k- .. only, lea.lnt- the Breaiei por
tion of i 1 tr it. t wi'houc a tirm. All lit.
1 1 rT liUolness befori the tourt
mi II el 10 so to oin of the cities
1 111 order id lie heard. As Kansas
h natural ..enter of the drum, it
..tit that Its claims 10 a t. rni of tho
ar not be overlooked, nrowdml time
nr. pr I" rlv enforced on the minds of the
men 1 - 'if congress At any into, the as
po ia 1 has determined to make the ef
loi' I the next lonsrress will hue no
. 1 wie inciuer i uec-iueu one way
1 1 ion was raised hy Mr 1 .eon
w 1 1 n President I.athrop called for
latlon of a lv new liuslno- Mr
1 I lie had no doubt I hut the court
-mired If the members of the
1 1 t'O after It He pointed out the
- accruing lo the city by secur'nc
I mi! and called attention to the
atlnn of the city as a reason
-liould hold a term litre en ry
l.rauthoff said that the Judges
mrol the slltinitb, and as Judge
1 vi b In at. I.ouls, it was natural
ie shou.d be u term there lie
I if the judges would make the
Harkless sal 1 that there could lie
11 1 hi me pin i ess or me pur pro-
v 1 1 11 embers went after the court in
fun The fact was lhat cases orlttlnnt.
ln, 'I nr the circuit were heard and tec
tion I hi iv re of no Importance. He
h hit lo al ittornevs, for their own
in'e -houlii make the effort It might
be r i- 1 it ictalni is would grow out of the
! mess He advised the association
to 1 1 matter before cnngiess, and be
lle 11 'ii on pinper presentation, the
Tin would be riiclded fsvorali! IP
jn t ike namliur of i ommlttei to de.
.v 1 I 11 in be submitted to the assocla-
ft r brli f ills ucslon, the motion
pr I and President I. ilhrop aptiitn'ed
Mr 1 nkl is as ehaliimn, wlih t'n- fol
li w 1 is-iclati" I.i on IlliKk r A
Krj i '1 iff c. ( Tlchenor. O It Dean and
W s. irrit' ri ad a paper on "Tin
Kui 1 iu Oharti r, I'onsliiied In tli
I.i ,h f Keeent fie. Kluna of tile Sniremr
Coin in. Mcthoi, of lis Amendment an I
the 1" w r of the 1.. Rlalmure In I'aisliiic
Ofneril I. ink Which Will Affect It" This
riaper i. 1 an able revifcft of tho questions
nvole I 'n the decision in the park cae
Jt pr "iii.il ihe fait" Iir-d the bearlnfr of
the ruling made In a new lUht, and one of
the it a bt Interest to thi people of th's
und o " 1 cities of the btaie of the same
clns Mr Hcnrrltt showed that the 'bar
ter itiremo in all maturs which are
pur 1 iiiunlt Ipal; that the decision Is, in
efie mi rule fir i itles In ail that pei
tain Mrlctlj loi al affairs b laistd
reeei vl iiiiisiloiiB which shoul 1 secure him
tli" 111I1- of hi" profes-ional aisoi lates,
us 11 un 1'uilil dls will be th Ineltlni;
au ' much li'iKa'lnii and many a irood
rem r The p.ini'r was w 11 conulved
(nil ri h applauded by the member piea
nt A' r rni tinf the proili-lonn of tho
nrtii c' the constitution In r. latlon to the
rtraf m- of a ehirter b a board of fiee
holders and the subsiuucni ratification bi
the rr"p' . Mr Hiarritt called aitentlon to
the woids "Such charter mn) tie amend
ed by u proposal, etc , by thrci-ilfthe of the
nuallflid olers of nnb cltv voting at a
aeneril or special elei tloi and not othiir
wise but such ilari.r shall alwas be In
harmnm with ai 1 subject to the consiitu.
on and the law of the state." He then
"Jildpe Barclns seizes on this phraise an 1
eajs, 'A municipal charter so obtained,
may be amended b) ihe anion of the peo
ple of Ihe ('! aid not otherwise It Is
cpit true that th-ie are Uo ptovisium
refpilrlng such charters to be In hnrmon
Mlth and subject to the constitution and
law of the state Hut such Beneral lan
guage cannot Justly be confident, to o-r-ride
and nullify n gpe lllc and 1 K;ir a
command When the constitution deelares
how such amendment shall be nude it
cer'a'nly doeb not raun that the legisla
ture liny adopt a different mole'
rnfl r this rnllnif of tlu hlshett Jiidiiial
tribunal of our mate, this ' un.-.titum nal
provision now means that the law miking
authorities and the people of this munici
pality tave the sole right to adopt and
amend their municipal charter. And Inso
far as local and strictly domestic alfalis
are concerned, the people are guaranteed
the right of home rule. In the llrst place
the people of any ilty are most capable
of d'tcrmlnlng what rules und regulations
will best tecure and promote ihclr health,
comfort and security. In the second place
It Is desirable that the control of municipal
affairs be not Intimately connected with
late or national politics."
Mr, Bcurritt then dealt with the need for
Unapproachecl and unapproachable offerings for the second week
fair to be tlie record breaking sale of our history.
5e!cctions for the
Laces, Gloves, Ribbons,
(T 1 1 in un . 1
2 Fans, Veilings
j; That no shrewd shopper
jj and tasty dresser can afford
J to miss. They cannot be
I duplicated elsewhere at the
i2 In Laces
A ,,- ., ,. . .1.. !...
a we win snow wic liucsi
-j novelties in Collars, Collar
ettes, Fichus, Jabots, Ruffs,
etc., all suited for evening
In 13m broideries
We offer a bargain that is un
approachable. 1.000 vanl, Swiss, Nainsook and
Haiiibitttr. Embroideries with tliu
now Irish point edge, four to sis
inches wide, worth 'JOo to
-'Sc, at I2C
We have all shades and tints
in 12 and 20-button lengths,
pi first quality goods, fitted to
tne nana oy sKinea.cxperts.
? As an illustration of how
prices run we quote:
tB 4-button and T-hook "Carola"
&X Kid Glove', in newest shades, -Kitli
Sj tho new 3-trand htitehing in self
eg colors and black, $1.75
g value lor 5fjy
W T.linnk nnd l.button "Addio" Kid
Gloc, best valuo ecr
y sold for $1.25, at $1.19
j, ill yciiuia
h, We've simply secured the
2 creme of bargains. Richest,
O dressiest styles at least prices
you ever knew them.
All kinds of new meshes ith
the most captivating Chenille
dots, regular 75o valuo
Styles and per
fect shapes un
such sell i n g
prices as Kan
Al Sit r.M Sinif.rinr nnnlittf T D
irf Cor.set, made of heavy coutillo,
11 white and drab, in bizes 18 to 30,
i Compare these with elsewhere &2
5jj At ."iIV Long waisted, perfect
jh titling Brewstui Corset, drab anil
m eciu, in sizes IB to 'J5; regular 75e
. iH-aaaiKuiiHiMh., mHwiiUBHinsr, iaairiHiai3uaaaJD5
lability In ii .il aftuii" lie called at-
1 ill 1011 to tin 11 lb; I il tlle IChlSluturo to
ink. r Willi pur. 1 I al inutten, umi the
wis nli ih gnu eiu of .u It.i al 1. b'lbl.i-
1 .11 II. iluiiiblit il- K-ult of the ar-'
il. in tt.iiil.l tA In Imit Ait.K tri. ti..,l li.v.
1 iv it iiuuh u v Hiiiii rui 11 !r in 1 tA t lu - .
it can Of p vi' " iiii r tin ocihioii, to th
U s oh u h of tht four clashes ttrenLrlbe
. h of the lour elaV prescribed
tt the sUitlitLS, He dUuissstfl the power of
liai" li". Kovernlnp all
11J tum h"vi. t 1
ulie precedence, lie pie. I
.t li.ru...ii... ...... .1.,. i
it ate nutbtiona urn:
i rl Iiiu'b initut tulra
,enteii t, numliir of Interesting ii- tlons I
u.i.u.. u. ....CKii.ih .in.- null.
is a lo al iiuestlon and what
the bioader sitnlllcance- of .1
is iu wnat in
mil)' take the
ilutlnli fit Hlf
1. .. vnugnn reau nn interrsiing paper ' '.uumiu .uh a imcirn jeaie-ruay on
on Lord Dlitin. the "Poubilns l.'hanoellor." I JK Vh,vl K"o BtA'lln brans, pups und uthcr
ho career n.is the lieKlnninit of the "wniff uK nBlneii in ihe Vt ritth reet
-ntem of chanitr prae'tlCM In all countries R'"?-.."!0,"1! .'!?", t.r ',",""'. .,..lht ""''K"! rob
ucnerned b the . oinmon law. lie told of '";rl was 'oimnltted last T)iiiidnj night
the riiiiiu by which this eminent jurUt I "" -.euiitho coinmitt.v of the Humane
limited tho powcri. of tho chance Mar ami P lPl .'"i" la ' Sisteidaj, afteinoon, but
aUo that mi procrastlnaiion and hesitant y '
111 the aecuiun or penillni; cases weie the I
founoHiion 01 uieKenn' History or "Jam-
1jp s Jarndjce" In the t.tory of "Uleak
A I'rnifresthe ami Prosperous llrin
The Johnson llros Drug Company, which
'in i eileil to the dUK business of J
iiallaghir, has been succeeded by Join
A uniull l)i, nor lllll.
, llfty cents is a small doctor bill, but that
s all it will cost sou to cure any ordinary
,.ca. "' tneuinaiisin. it oci use cnamcier-
Iain's 1'aln Ddlm.
und you will be
surprised dt the prompt relief it affords.
mi nisi eppiicdiiou win Quiti tee pain,
uoute i .,"" ;".i.u-i 111 u xaiooii in eu 10 the otlur world. The increase In
I ilB,.",!?"d .V.'1"'""'', "freet. last nlerht, population; as shown tiy the blrtis report"
Killed l.j a M,ltili i:iiBlne. ' ' ' ini,?a!?, oKVl, ""'"'r ",er Alexander, ed' to the heiltl, oillce for the weel. 'en, !
Thomas 1J. Dolphin a ounB railroad fiS.VanW. . iwnsfroiil iSftiS IBS ,u".,.nlS,,',i ''''' -hrVe, The deSth
mm who is well known in this t and KcVlueu at!endedUtS hff Wurii?"" lu-Mln" i tTUVitli'it tlie
r.rnilne, was Killed by a Santa r switch IM 1,'roisy th. notorious "emplounent S'O,, the bodies naVnif.c,nLiou"nf litre
lusine. at Arkansas t'it Km,. settrel.i , ac-ent." was fined W and costs in Justice for burial b the soiiViwIiik trknd.
lie wis .7 .yeara uid and unmarried. The I Wlthtow's loun efi,jy on a chart-o - f;v".
leeeied leaves i motlu-r. Mis Maty I of defraudins u II fe-k out of ti by Charles a Detrlcic. ivho was formerly
iulphln. of ML t'heiry siieet, and two I iiromlsfonE to obtain him eniHlojment. muiuuer for the A. J I, Whit i-y Uoimui
brothers. Attorney JI M Dolphin und Wolty appealed the case lo the criminal and who has Hi c'L- been win, ju,"n L
........... ."".:" " , ".- ii i.ouis iieosier, a porter at tne Colnmli an "a leiurnea to Kansas uitv and is
o ciock mis inoniiufc-. liotel. at Ninth and Holmes streets, was ar.
...w, M. .., v. .. u.i,. ., , uuiuieui. The Coliseum varletv theitrr utiicii e. n ' v11-auiri oy , -lesiueut vvunon it. Holmes
'Vi", purchaied lh '"'terest heretofore I 0pVi,ed u few vi Reel's ui-o by i'rank llo?w tor "'". l tu otu " I'roposllions lo in.
n Id by Mr HallaBhtr, The Jeihnson broth. ?ie. and subsequent ft ual into tha fr,;',1,a llla capita! Block from Jl.mD.um) to
r aie pioaresslve and popular and have hand, of U. it Chadsey was closed lai? 3iAMK "'! Increaso the bonded liidebt-
nuda uisny friends In Kansas City since J '"$ ,; 'a aiUchmuitJuU Instituted be eiine.s from J!,.'(jiji) to K300.CjO. The-Met-
oinliiB here tlfleeit jr.onths aK0. who will "'e "j,j"tic, KFueKer by h Su ropolltau Street Hallway Cot ipanj's stock-
hr.,pn,l"1,nU.??w 0f ,he I-f04!'""- " Kam llaylleld. to reeoveiW, "aid ii 1" u"uo holders will meet oti May w to vote on a
has come to them. lilin for lusm. chadiev ,'ji.i iJ ,11,? V,i? proposition to Increase the capital stock of
Monday's Special Values
If the saving of money has
any charm for you, you'll be
on hand early.
fienulne Sperra Mnchlne Oil, Sc a
Hone C.islup. In nil colors, per piece
of ii yards 8C
i:tra quality llnnc Casing, nil colors,
per piece of !) yards 2c
Tnllutn, seam blmliiif, colors only,
per iiicce of 10 yarils 9c
I'liticy JlcltltiRS, per yard Qc
ll.Vffla i-camlcss Stoclclnett Dicss
Shields, No. 3. per pair 2c
30 Inch real Wlmlcbonc, each . . . 5c
Xot more luiit V to n ciiffonitr
Plain coieii'tl Twin Dress Stays, with
triple eyelets, all colots, per tot of !
fchnrt 1)111 Camel brand Hooks ami
Kycs. N'oi 3 and 4, per caul of U doren
American Xo 1'lus Ultra Pins, nil
Izes, per paper 3c
New Things for Men.
The new Tecks to fasten at
back of collar are very stylish
Tecks and Four-in-Hands
in the latest shapes and color
ings for Easter, a special line
New Dress Bows.
New Lawn Neckwear.
New I Iandkerchiefs for
Laundered Shirts.our great leader,
open back, open front or open front
and back, all sizes, all sleeve
lengths, a fit warranted and valuo
better than anywhere. . . 98c Each
See the 2s ew Teck Scaifs ior La
dies' Shirt Waists.. 3 5c and 50c
and Blouses for Boys.
25c to S2.00.
Bettor values at
oaeh price than ever
before. .lust for a
few days: Moth
ers' Friend Waists,
all sizes, 'the- regu
lar 00c giado at..
Those who have looked
around say we have the prct
tiest in the city, and that our
prices are far the lowest.
White India silk coaching Para-
I sols north .jJ.OO, for $1.75
W Into China silk parasols with
wide rulllos, w hite enameled 1 ibs and
handle, woith $3 00, for. ..$2.00
Very handsome mIiuo silk Para
sols in chiffon, silk, crupoii, China
silk, nith lancy indies and lace in
sertion, 3,25 to i.12.00.
The new "i'ansoii," inlaid silver
umbrella Handle'', are very nobby:
either black or blue; 21 or 20 iiinh,
MIOll JIi:. TKI.N.
lionaM Iluniirtt was eommlttpd to the
i-ouiit Jail tor llnrtj das b Justice- C'.th-,
v.-sterdaj, gn a i ImreC- of utfiilnio" a sill.
K4 ( V33
of"h ; -,., ?'"W ,y , "
if ?ve,"",' W-lMed by the choir and the
IU Un itrlmr uulntette
'I he Missouri Christian Science institute,
Mrs. I.tnina II Itli in (V si ti .Hiw I .... t
Mrs. Kmina I) Jitlun, e. S. 11, prim lihit
i -" .-j .--.-..., - -". ....... .. 1
llas. reinoed from the illbraltnr litillillnir,
""i'iL I'? 'I.. 0."'rt,"' ""' "'"'s '"'Hdlnff.
corner of Mnth and Ws.imiotto streets.
M r .. .. ..-.- . . ........
1'',' 'fi,, ' .1,,. .1 u:"'e'.1 "' """"ri
'.. r..v".'"v -
I liotel. at Ninth and llnlmen utrmalu un. ii i-
. .- -. ..--.- ..-.. --. -. ---". .. ".-
resieu last eicnins," i,y deputy Constable
I'onpert on it warrant charging him with
f.rs r'iiSthew1.' Ilew. i ,Vi .'..V?.J, I
Kboiids to appear before Justice n.i. im
Intend to reopen the house,
The Halston Health Club will hold 113
monthly meeting l Its "eve hall, In tho
Hldce bulldiiik-, entrance on Walnut street,
next Wednesday, at b p m. Tli presldeiif
V.'- "le, cli,b !f for Vebster IMiferly, of
WashliiBton. hia consented to address the
club over the uaguoicraaiji. it liu. Uctuxs,
I1x.lt,.. ,. . n...Hn. .... .. 1.. - ... ... ' .:-: --. ...mi. .i.u i.eiuriiia 11 ai.l llluir
Grand Special Sale of Black Goods!
Heltcr values better selections and for lower prices
than it has yet been our good
L' possible effort has been put
ot tlie season.
40 inch wide 60c grade figured
40 inch wide 75 c grade fig tired
40 inch wide ?t grade figured
45 inch wide Si. 75 Grade silk
warj) Crepons $1'25
45 inch wide S2. 25 grade silk
warp Crepons $1.75
45 inch wide ?2 50 grade mII;
warp Crepons $2. 00
3S inch figured Mohairs. .40c
lo inch .lacqttard Granite 75c
40 inch Satin Mcrvcillcu 75c ,
38 inch wide all wool Batistes, 1
40c grade 29c '
40 inch wide all wool Batistes,
75c grade 58c I
A Golden Opportunity for
Capes and Skirts.
A chance that has never occurred before may never
again this season.
An all wool double cape, pinked
edges, two aatin ribbon bows, value
S2.50, for 1.50
An extra quality serge in grey
and tan mixtures, braided collar
and cape, value S3-oo, for.... 2. 00
Broadcloth cape, in black only,
heavily silk braided' with satin rib
bon, collar and bows, value S3 50,
Extra fine cloth double cape,
both capes and collar heavily braid
ed, colors black, blues and tans,
value $4. oo, for Stf.OO
Silk braided Kersey, ribbon
rosettes and jet trimmed collar,
ribbon bows, valuo S5, for. . .$1.00
From S5 00 up to 25-00 our line
is complete in cloths, silk, velvet
A Jacket Bargain.
A lot of last season's jackets,
lull sleeves and stylish as any
made to-day, will be sold at
just half price.
1 Ialf of what they are marked
Black Sateen Skirts.
Variety was never larger, !
prices never lower than now.
Good quality black sateen Skirt,
with 5 inch rullle, 75c kind, for 50c
Ecelleut quality fast black f.a
toon Skirt, ' ith headed b inch ruf
fle, $1 value, for 69c
arrhes In time, It Mill be reproduced for
tli.- benefit of those piesent.
rti. nun for poi-ai aslon of the bulldine in
jlinlj itec-ati & .Monroe urn couductltu: the
N','!1. "'cater and pajment foi mil, sua
til. tl foi ttlal In Justii e Wiilln court j eb.
I'Jd.ij iiftcinoon l'l auk .Monroe llle-d an
alllilawt toi 1 h.iune of venue. In whiih he
swuie that n,ii Justice in Kiin.is Cltv.
wtihuut excepiioii, was pnjudked ntr.ilnut
Him Justii. Wails ui anted a continuance
to Juhthe CasiN colli t.
.Mr. John I'eirj and her two dauBhters
had Jiiht allirhteij from thflr carriage on
.Main Htreet, between Eleventh and Twelfth
street,, iest..i lay iiiornlni;, when the
horses tool, filrflu und ran awaj, r. JI
nelson, the drUi-i, was jerkrd forward
onto tlie . arrliine pole bc-twe-.n the- uin
aw.iis i mlhlit lme been serlousl In
juml but Just then the cnrrlniie w.ih mer
tuiiicd, and tin hoiscs weie bioutht lo .1
stop Ilelkon was only sllirhtlv bruised
j "". F1 '" V &&3 '."5
t ins.isi-itj 1, not only the liealthlest . Ity
inanaKer for Mason i Hiinllii
ivu unu ivu walnut street.
" '''" ' MmIIh; fulled,
.A special ineellnif of the stockholders of
,.'he Uiund Avenue Hallway Comnanv has
If any one who has been benefited by
the use of Dr. Williams' l'lnk fills will
write to J. 0. Storm, care tho Journul,
they will receive Information that will be
e much alun and interest to '"pm.
Vl., vwmjiaiiy to ts.uWiWO.
fortune to offer you. Every
forth to make this the one sale
All Wool Henrietta
46 inch wide, 50c grade.. 39c
46 inch wide, 75c grade.. 59c
46 inch wide, Si grade... 69c
Silk Warp Henrietta.
46 in. wide, Si. 00 grade. .88c
46 in. wide, Si. 50 grade $1.18
46111. wide, $2. 00 grade $,3 S
All Wool Crepons.
42 in. wide, Si. 00 grade.. 59c
46 in. wide, Si. 25 grade.. 7 5c
44 in. wide, Si. 50 grade $1.00
45 in. wide, 50c grade..
52 in. wide, Si. 00 grade
Separate skirts, wide wale, extra
full sweep, value $4.00, for. .2. 50
Same skirt,lined throughout, with
canvas back, value $5.00, for. 13.50
All wool storm serge in black and
blue, lined throughout, canvas back,
value S6.00, for." S3.9U
Figured briUiantines in black
only, value S7. 50, for S3.00
As handsome as a silk.
Fancy crepon, all wool, percaline
lined, velveteen faced, black and
blue, value Siooo, for 8.00
A big drive enables us to sell a
pure indigo blue wrapper, value
85c (full sleeves) 59c
The greatest value on earth is
our percale wrapper, wide ruffle
over shoulders, fancy braid trim
ming, ruffle collar and cuffs
Also in blacks, greys, reds and
Children's Dresses A com
plete new line of prints, ging
hams, dimities and zephyr
cloths, in sues from 2 to 14
years; prices from 40c to $2.00.
A Lucky Purchase of
Enables us to offer you 6 dif
ferent styles tucked and em
broidery trimmed, regular 75c
values, at 59c
Not enough to last very long.
If. V Tate, New York, is at the Coat's.
A H Honifleld, Hay City, Mich., is at the
C V I.lvermore, Chicago, is at the Coatea.
M S Oswald, Joplln, is at the Coates.
Alexander Just, New York, is at the
J. W. Klwards, Hlco, Col., is at the
SedBwick Illce, 8t. Paul, is at the Coates,
H W. I'arker. Cincinnati, Is at the
J M. Wllcoxson, Carrollton, Is at the
1'rofessor It. I. Ulake, Lawrence, Is at the
II. II, Crowder, Omaha, is nt the Coates,
John D. Sullivan, St. Louis, Is at the
Vie tot la,
C H CHrke, Sprlnefleld, O., is at the
J. 11. Clarke, Springfield, 0 is at the
John McCanscl, Chicago, Is at the Vic
C V. Williams, St. Douls. Is at tlie Vie
tniia J. If. Hmmerson and wife, Des Molnes,
la , are at the Victoria,
W l. I'ase, Hitssell, Kas , is at the Vic
J. If. Jameson, St, Ixiuls, Mo., Is at the
Michael Dlvtny and William DIvlny, of
Viites Center. Kas., are ut the New AN
Karl Ilhrlicks, of IvehlBh. Kas., is at the
l'rank Itolilns, of Illackburn, Mo Is at
the New Albany,
1'. U. Crousc, of Nevada, Mo., was at the
New Albany vcsttiday,
J. I). Howard, or Topeka, Kas., Is at the
I'or un Irritated '1 bruit, CoubIi nr Cold,
"Jlroun't Jlrontilal 'Jrocm" lira oflered null
tho fullest contldeuce lu their eldtacy. iie a box
Ten cents a week.
At your door every morning,
4 00 a year by mail.
Tell our neighbor,
k Opening and sales since have
been the most successful of
our history. Everybody is
unanimous in pronouncing the
department the handsomest
in this country, while over our
lovely styles the entire city has
'fairly gone wild.
ine cnoicesr. scock, tne
greatest variety and, over
and above all, our prices are
incomparable. Beginning to
morrow we shall place on
sale for Easter over 600 pat
tern Hats and Bonnets no
two of which are alike.
Choice of 75 pat
tern Hats no two
alike all beautiful,
mostly made of Laces
and Braids, trimmed
with lino flowers, rib
bons, chiffons and or
naments, values from
$7.00 to $10.
Tiimmcd Leghorns, for Ladies,
Misses and Children, will bo shown
to-morrow in endless vaiiety, white,
black, red, brown, tan and navy, at
such prices as you'll iind nowhere
elso in Kansas City.
A Matchless Bargain.
Come quick if you'd share it.
07 ltlinl- T n, mn T.' Ut. 4l
w j.uwn. jv.nvi it ', niu
latest filiapes m high and low
prnu'ne will ttn n cot a f--m ! mi. '
.wr ...- ,r ... v vi umu I.WIHWIHM
See them-wheher you buy or j
New Life Will Be Infused'
Into Our Already Lively
uicss vjuuus, 13US1I1C5S
Bv These Unoaralleled Sni. -
.,,-.' . .
40 inch Colored Cropons, all new'
colors, regular valuo $1.00, our j
price this week 75c1
52 ineh ii.2.-. Cmort pioti.,. ml
dainty blending of spiing shades,
on salo at 85c1
52 men bcotcli Cheviots, very
stynsn aim pretty, 11 uiuorent color-1
ings, valuo $1.25, on hale at... 85c
40 inch Camels' Hair Fancies in
early bpring colorings, valuo 50c, ,
on saio at Rf'line in., tr.
38 inch All Wool Cashmeres, all'
uuiciiB, miK iiiunii, lur OiiC
f.fl innli ltnfinli Knf..i.s .ill n.ln...
...w.. .w..wu iiuijjv.-, .... e.eiiui-1, I .uu JUiuu Ul JJI.lUlv 1JUCK X-ri!HeU
Mich as you will see elsewhere at 'Silesia.. 2c
$1.00, on salo at 75cj All Linen Canvas, all colora.l5c
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I People's Market
iit yvcsi rviiun ot.
Kversthinij that comprises the stock
of a ilri.t-cl.ibs fancy market. Your
titte-ntloii U ealltd to our Hue ot l're-h
and Salt .Meats, such ns Armour's
(lold Hand, Held . Co.'s Sliver Shield,
Co i1; Co.'s Country Hams and Hreak
fast It, icon,
Wo also manufacture cold pressed
Corned IK-ef for luncheons, unsur
iiinied by anybody. Smoked and
l'lckleit ToiiBiK's, Htc, Orders lecelve
31. K, xN'BlSENWANGER.
La.jj i j t- rir tii-irTirTTWvn
Iato populir farorlt has leaped
lit a tiouud,
And lu the hearts of men an
1 all Hub home luuiidi
It as urjiico of tirotectioa to
1 every home briuirs.
And its i raise to-dar through
uui tne laiiu rilllis-
dint m:w i'oi.ioy.
Mew England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
(CHAS. n. MII.I.. tJeii'l Atrl.,
,vn i-.uuiauu i, no n u(
Treats all trai if
I. W. C.r. Ill k Mils 111.,
of what bids
Ladies' Laundered Shirt
A chance that
supply for the H
F r 0 s h, now H
goons, 1111s rea
styles, in most
regular 75o val
ues, for 59c
You must have
new Hosiery for
Easter. Here's a E
chance to get it at 5
prices that have 5
never obtained be
fore are not ob- -'
One is a black Stocking wo are
selling at 25cS
Never before equaled for less gj
Another is the fancy top lisle
Hose with either tan or black boot,
Full seamless fast black IIoso
that sold easily at 15e, this week
they are JOc
rn 1 r
Ladies' tan Hose in all shades at
10c, 15c, 25c, 33c 50c
Ladies' black lisle Hose for East
er week, well worth 35c, at. . .25c
The season abounds with
the loveliest creations and
wise ones are quick to see,
that we've secured the creme.
A dollar bill for 75c is no,
greater value than an invest
ment in this vrpk-'5 crippinlc
A handsomo lino of Strined Taf'
- ... . --L
tntfi. nil pn nrs. VnlflA 7An nnonl ...
at mm ROp Ga
Fancy Taffeta Silks, striped and
. checked Surahs, in m.n
1 shonherd checks, all colors. . . . 75n
,2.3 inch Priit Crinkled
" ;v5 "
iaiioia i-uso ior waists, our
,P"c - e:' V :.;::. .."25 3
u men wnito China Si k. wit r.
wash 2c j
-".. . .
Comment isn t needed
Just red the prices:
est Cambrics, all colors and M
black 3c a
1'iist lilaek rercaline 7C
80 inch wide, all oolors, French
30 inch, Fast Black Perca-
Imitation Grey Haircloth, elas-P
ntn HHn.ln r T..1 1 l -, . , H?
I Am Perfectly Delighted
STEEL COOKING RANGE
o.iji uuiiureus lit laille-b of our cltv he
AATKIl for HATH no fast-jiitl they
time for bucIi u leiisoimble price. Coma
In and bee them before you buy. v
will never icrot It.
U F Dr. .'." ' " - .'
V ak a
V.'t V ""iiojeil liny longer with your
"I'1, '"""fc1"'?"" btove when you "an liiy
.'lajl-.TlR ' lfl.1l UUI l.iut- i A.. ..
66 City Market.
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