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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY. 'APRIL 14, 1895.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS, EASTER OFFERINGS.
WILL CLIP SALARIES.
M!W ADMIN loTltATIOX WtM. WORK
YZ? T0InJFo;N 1BB3, SSS
MAYBE CUT TWENTY PER CENT.
E. R. CALLENDER
Is the Iluust line of Wull l'.iper ever shown In
till city. We lime everything new for the
year i '.".. Our paper hntiRers nro nil skilled
workmen, ltoiiiembi-r we entry everything In
THI1 IT.AN IIKCIIIEU IJt'ON AT TUB
cuM'iti:ci: iii:m rutu.ir.
Does tho Finest Job and Book Work in the
Two Cities. A Specialty of Fino Card
CuccrMnrlo Knuinf City finning .Milt.
MANUFACTURER OF SASH, DOORS, MOLDINGS.
Turnlnc nnd I'lntihiff. Scroll mid Hand fa'atvlnir.
.Stnlr llililillnp, ll.ink Counters, Olllce natures nnd
Hardwood finishing. KstlmtitcB promptly furnished.
Oakland Ave., cor. 4th St., Kansas City, fCas.
County CommUloner Are Tired of fay
Iiir Dniynno im Confltcftlril Paloon
l'roperty-A llltrh In Si-tllo-
ment Wltlinn lit-Olllclnt.
John C. Horton, 604 Minnesota Ave.
.& ,,w Aiirrrr
i."i vwnrir Mrinna KniunTi'iiiin
VVt-ivV .. Mt.... ....... .. lt-.ll.. L'.- rW. L'nc X
.iit Hour tu llu.teil IlulliIliiB
VJCX Olu II1IIIIIW3UU1 llVCi Ullll.l3, nuiisusvui iij, -i
Don't Be Misted!
AV. W. OVILHTOiSr
Has succeeded I! C Ilabcock .t Co , 1000 North Fifth
Rtroot, Kansas City, Kas.
The stock of Groceries is competed of fresh an
strictly nrst-ciass iioods, ami will be sold nt prices
uc.ilh the reach of Ills competitors. A specialty
made of eouutrr mall oiileis. doods clollvercd to
iWv parts of th! contoliilnted cities.
jff JOHN B. BUCKLEY, P;
JOHN B. BUCKLEY,
reocral Contractor and Bnilder
Estimates Ftiinialieil on Application.
, Kansas Avenue, Armourdale, Kansas.
THE CELEBRATED CHASE & SANBORN',
Bulk Teas arc liandlcd exclusively by
V. A. Griswold, 508 Minnesota Ave.
Rotcrt & Son, corner 5th and Washington Ave.
W.W.Overton, 1900 N. 5th St., Kansas City, Ivas.
1 in cry, 13ird, Thayer & Co., successors to Bui.
lone, Moore, Emery & Co., Kansas City, Mo.
This article li known by the tea cans liiery can with (1 A.
S nimo is a guarnnio thai the contents are tirst-class Moyone
Tea, the unest that grow, lea users are earnestly requested
ivuq mrju k inui
V.i 'Si. NSJC
Hf DfiuuLii Lumunribu. VNNN
First and Kansas Ave.,
Best of evcrvtlimt; in the building line
lowest pnees. 'Phone 1522
On Monthly Payments.
i One nice :i room lionse, :J0 foot lot $750
Olio nice lot iicur Ceutrnl iiveiuie 325
Js One nice lot near Tenth street 150 I
Cs. All the nlioio iir Heir tr itiportition fA
Ag uf '!." rniil In Ititcrili'U. A
M, S. N. SIMPSON & 'SON, Ch"mbrU,armw'
iy --. xss.
Across the MISSOURI RIVER
CI.AV .mil 1M.AT1' COUM If.S
Will toIo tbo Inmls for Wyandotte
bi Idge. and also for J Illoeilel. 4S Min
nesota At Kansas city, Kan
Harness. Saddles !
Anil tli'iii rul Smlilli-ry.
KANSiS CITr, KANSAS
SM I Rl OpriPl 439 Minnesota Aye ,
&$&C - w J-r J-, J,
DO YOU WANT
A Farm, or a Residence?
We have all klnd of bircalns ,ln either, at prices and
terms to suit the purchaser. What makes a man Mudy
l how he can aflord to p ly rent w hen he can bur a home
for lull what It costs to build It. TVelLwe halo a number
of Just thee lilnds of places, located In the most desirable
parts of the city. Cill on us before purchasing.
The Portsmouth Investment Co.,
Third Floor Portsmouth bids , corner 6th and
Minnesota Are., Kansas City, Kas.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
H. S. SWINCLEY.
All business pei taiulnp; to that oflieo will receive
prompt attention. Jlarriagcs performed on short no
tice. Hi-member tho place: 442 JIIXXKSOTA AVE.,
upstairs. Telephone, old number, QT10; now number,
These Firms Do Business Because They Advertise.
Ill iiirtiihi r Hum s
kit Ki lcjt Iiiotlttiln
In hiuiM.ii C it 5 . Mils
lit MJirs of t li(.ii
(! I I I'. . . .
M.W I tH I KIN.
t 17 Minn utilu p
io1 Woru .it
W. T, QUARLES,
I r unil
1 4 l Nt.thlC
The ten auU aftat
Uai,'.!. ,it all houri.
lore weUcaifil for
U0(J North Fifth t
It Mill JM
yft nii l riri Inn
w injjimj thlni; In !
yyA tl"' iiriHt ami
I4HT l tirminrit lim
tOCHIIIf III .Itlli
Iniik itrr our httn k.
t OMI- VM,
C'liC'oMInn- sot i Ar
BELLE VIEW !
$125, $ISO, $200.
&IO nihil, lull llitu ,
S. N. SillipsOD Fod,
C'tiamU r ol Cuai. Ill-ii;
G, W. BETTS,
Justice of (he l'eact,
I Hlli mill
MIiiiii nl.i li.,
puiillcln if it-iiutaiid
I oil (.lions a si eualt)
E. S. W. DROUGHT,
IUCll.ir III llUIIMH ( Hj mini. .SII1I,
Ir It st , Cor O.ikliiiiil Aie
li-lppliolu- ltO.l, lAN- Is 111 V, K VS.
WINDOWS, DOORS, MOLDINGS,
SCIIOM. and JI SVHIXO nnd 1 L'KM.Nn
Hi- iniil.i- 11 hpiiUlty of Slalr II11II1II11L-,
llliilc louiitira ami Ollliti J Uiiircn.
nnuin uiiuo,, i,,.si,ii,, j
IhuMmrl Onlir I orllillv-
I ciyihiUK clean anii
1 eaU lloniuiuade IMtn
e" Opall until 1.
o cloi U each niKUl I
UiH lllmu-Milu Ae.
(lOOllh. ( llllllll .
Eezs tl toll per 1'.
.' lilucib wnl and S
M. 1, ' ruad
1'or the next lxi
e!aT I uill J.nundiy
I.aco Curuln at '1c
tiplece, or o per pair
i. r. Mri.r. rrop.,
Old i Mule- !.
iilllka ( Its. Kun in
I'iiiIiii. until lllili;.!
Heal 1-slate. Id-lit t
and l,o 111 Al'hiin. hui u
oinu.uiiH In city if
alty and dire pto erty
Wewinl more touies
loreai, as ihe de.uind
I . In lute
tm owl r -";
fin on new null pi-
111 uur dell-
io) omy nut
MS9 w jrt;m-ii
lliii jour l-.iliitt
tuiii r.inr nf
.Zr Gutters Leak
8th and tinntsata Ar,
Anil 11.114-'I liem
I lii-il. , . .
PAfER HAND INO,
'try M Mirni.n.
SarsapalllU, Hie ben
!- I W. r, WHITE, E. HOflUTH,
Al l,uMi it rrin.
01! Minnesota Ale.
7lll unil III1111, At,., I
I'OKT.SIIOITII ISVKSTMIIM' CO.
(Incur lmi.it llulr lliri,'iiiiisi
C-room ioit.iifi., uO ft. uround, line loiatlon.
pri 11 i'f
1 7-1 07m two story hous. (A ft cround.
1 spl n-hd o ailoii, jirlie, ll.'nn
t-ruom house Wi t srond, i Llockj of car
I fu , pri t !
TIlKdK AUIJ H.MiriAINS. ami we have a
Iwok full of them, bee ua before you bill
A 60 candle
Less than 4
cent per hour.
Wyandotte Oat Co.
1.1. IMiiu. lluntsdllld
OALVIN & HA TFIELD
Grocery and Meats.
S. W, Cor. 13th and Stewart Ave,, Kansas City, Kas.
Wlicre you can buy CJioceries ami .Moats at lowest cah pikes. Homo
remli'ieil Lanl, hoiiic-iua-lo Mince Meat, liome-inailu Apple JJutter, liomo
made Saueage, llreai, '.' loates for fio; also a full line ol '
Coal and Feed at Lowest Cash 2J rices,
xSPIs. -ZZ? s number, 415 Kansas Ave., Armouruc..c,.sc,.
ARH YOU ROOKING ,
lor t ran k liinu. mu puii'-"" ,'" ,
Well, you can find him at T II Uailoy 's Scn s fur
nUhinpstoie. al 415 Kansas Avenue. Mr. Kin? has
severed 1,1s connection with his late employers and
has r-ntmired in business for himself. Then Is no one
in the West who can bivb such hatisfactioii in .Mjii 1
: . . ..1 i nt . .. .i..mniOiin !isl rariU. Ho
his made your clothiiip for years and knows your
11.1s 111.1 1 ..onnected with liny linn.
"B" i" "'rV IV IR Itoii't forcet the
DUllstli "-"l '"'"" . ,, lfoe
number, 415 Kansas Ave., miiiiuuiiiiv,i"i-
B ATO N'S.
221 KANSAS AVENUE,
Cor. Third and Kansas Avenue.
If you will trade at homo we will savo you MONEY. That means
a good deal to us, Wo want your Trade and will savo you Money on
every Purchase A trial order will convinco you that wo are selling
Grocones way down.
We Duplicate Kansas City Prices All the Time.
Queen of tlm 1'antiy
unl No 10
l.usury I 'lour, liluli patent, i-n-rjlioily knovtt. tl.lj Hour.
One of tho 100 Klour, Iilsh patent
Tin- IIou!lIhi1i 1'ruli'
j i.iiiy in. .ii ;.;;
i'iowii IiIkIi p.itmt I'lour
'inri-D iiirci- luaiis iirtau, m ouiic-'S, lor...
10 cw t
20 en t
z c t
.Ki evt t
"SWEDEN Si SWEDES."
A NEW LHCTURR on the homes of the Vikings
and the Land of the Alidnlght Sun, by
HON. W. W. THOMAS, JR.,
OF PORTLAND, ME.,
Knte American Minister to the Court of bweden nnd Norway, and rounder of tho
Colony of Now bweden In tho l'oiestsof Maine. Under auspices of tho Society
N. V nt the Tabernacle, Kansas City, Kas,.
O'CLOCK P 3VL
Admission 50 Cents.
26 POUNDS BEST GRANULATED SUGAR, $1.00.
10 baifl Sixon So.in. l',o
l'k kit h or 1 'lion I'liow. jio bottle,
3 Hi Stuiiilanl Tomaioi-H, in; can.
I-'llio Mukui Coin, .".i- lan
Mm low flit IVas, Go per can.
The bei.t StrliiB IKuiia, Go cun.
('nllfuiula Apiliols, IK. iiin
Sardines, ! 1.111.
StauUard iiu.illiy Jlluin, 4c botUa-
Cut 11 .Mull, kiii. ill kUe, 1c.
Corn Meal, liliuu bl.e, He,
Cnllfurnla I'ruiica, So 1U.
7 !Im Hi ml lttce, 2Zc
7 lln) lust Nu,y lif-nus, Me.
I'lno l.tiiions, iSo ilu.
Impoiteil .M.ii'uionl, J pkgs Ze.
3 lb call liem l'nmplilii, 9e.
i baclta lino Tablu halt, Cc,
(aboltuo, in.- gal
lleaillliilit Oil, 10a eal.
Uood Silinou, lOo lull.
1 Kill cun Apphs. only 19c,
California diled Peaches, 9o lb.
lAupointeil Apples, 60 lb.
l.lctMIU l.lm.i lieatis, Co lb.
llilck Coiltlsli, lie.
Ilox Cruckirs, i;o,
1 lb can Kood Uaklni; I'onilcr, 10c can
Fino Cutfci a lbs tor iSc.
The 1'rlile of Olilu cluese, ISc lb.
NU OraiiKtsi, 10u do.
I.iiiko llaiianas, 10c iloz.
l-'llie stoik of Teas und Coffeea.
licst pkir coiicp aie
j'i lbs lust (linnulateil Sugar, (t.
Fine I'lckltti. iSo iral
Tiilili, Ktmwb..riiei, 10c can,
Tallin H.ibiilnTilis. piu can.
Talilo lllai libel rlcs, li can,
Ntco clean Ciirraius, 'Jo lb.
(loM pu.it. l'alilinnk's, 'Ma pkr.
'i sal bottle. 1-lckles or Chow Chow, lc.
llrcakfjbl Oats, 9c pUf,-,
BEATON'S CASH GROCERY,
221 Kansas Av3., Cor, Third St. Goods Delivered Everywhere.
.3 . . t'
q The Journal omce has been
removed irom tho Chamber
q of Commerce to the nrst floor
J of the Columbia Building at
Q Sixth street and Minnesota
DRUGS, 514 Minn. Ave.
The Journal deliv
ered at your door for
10 cents per week.
U.MON lMUII'IU MIOl- MITLS,
W White, foreman of tlio tInsliop, is
rejolclns oier tho nrrlial of a boy ut lils
homv, on lluclUl iimiiui-.
Jllb, Mary IvnirUan, of Clay Center,
Km,. Is ilsltlmr Mis. I'nink Kclley, ot SSI
South Mill ntri.it.
Charles OUou In nerlously III,
The boj, In tho maihlno thopa ale turn
Im: out n new freluht eiiKlne. The new
Mi am hoisu will lip iiiimborcU 7'i".
Mrs. U.no Jlltuliell, wile of roi email
Mlti In II. of tlio iiuiiillioiise, i nieitnlutLl
Mis, S. C. llmrls und family Tiblay nllir
uoon nt her home, 31-J South Fifth btiett,
Mrs". Katii Chapman, of l'eiry, la., Is the
Kiiebl of .Mi-a. 1', Mc-Mahan, of CheUea
1.. J K'ajlor has moitd his family from
Mnl'luTbUii Kn. to tl.l city, wlinu ho
will make his mime home.
.lohu KMU had lii thumb hailly brulseil
while iiinnhs? n lathe In Uiu maililnu shop,
William riicsile, who 1ms been conlliieil
to hla home for the past few WMks, with
uu abscess, has rs-tuincd to work,
Tho boys In tho rarpenter department
nre belnir Uipt liiwy eveiy ilay The intn
are Kelllni," In full time, but would like
to work Ion kit liouin.
While Andy Kendlif, a patternmaker at
the l.'nlon 1'aciilo bhop, tui turiiiiik a
pattern jesteiilay, ll broke looe unil rutne
in contact "with his head, liulietlnir a very
painful wound. He will piobably be laid
up lor a few du,
Mr, Ilenjamln I.ambers, aged C6 jears,
died In Chicago Thursiduy. Mr. I.ambers
was an emplojo of the Union I'ucltle
shupa tor tntntS'Ilio years. Ho recently
went to Chicago for medical treatment,
which wab of no mull, lie was born In
Jacob llemmer, ton of Hev. Hommer,
while at work In the I'nlon l'acltlc shops
drlilne bolts was struck In tho head by a
loosened bolt and quite teverely Injured,
Kb Auuuul Meeting.
The Wouldn't Home Mlbbionary Society
of the Kansas City illbtilct of the M, U.
church will hold Its annual meeting ut the
Washington Avenue M. I: church next
Wednesday. The music will be In chait-e
( Ur. L W. UintUy,
TiTehii (Jets u New Trial.
Ill the dlattlct court jesturday Judire
Allien Mistalued n motion lor a new trial
in tho ciibo of tho Mutu iiKalnsi Ossn Ter
inbo, who was eomlcted ut the last term
of the irlmlmil coiitt on thu lIiuiko of aa
s.iulllnt; I'aiiulo .N'Lsbett with IiiKut to kill
Mlxs .ishitt wuh a Union 1'aililo operator
ut IJouucr Springs, and olio tienluK last
winter It Is claimed that Ti-tessu broke
Into tho dipot and assaulted her with In.
lent to toll her. After u iluspetatu HtriiKKle
she ilioio hlin nwuy, Ilu wiih nriested u
low dajs after, und was tiled In thu ills
tikt toiirt hiHt month Tho Infoi mutton
elwiiKcd him with coinmlttlni; u ua.iuU
with Intent to rob. The Juiy i etui mil u
eiillct fliidlni; him Biillty uf assault with
Intent to kill. Attorney Smith, for the tie.
li-iise, illiil u motion tor u new trial on tho
kioiiiuIk that tho tidlct of the Jtuy found
him Kiillty of u iilme that was not chained
In tho eoinplalnt. The motion was argued,
and J mice Alden leserved his decision until
jistirduy. In passim; on the motion he
sul-l that tlm icrdlct waH not In accordance
with tho ehniKo In tho Information, nnd
he would Kliu tho defendant a new trial.
Attorney hinlth Mated lut-t eienlm; that
to-monow ho would lllo a motion to hae
Teiesso dlsehuiKed from custody.
Tiro Ituiii for tlm 1 Ireinru.
The file department was called yesterday
mornlnir to m South Seienth street, where
a defectlio stovepipe caused the wall paper
to cuteh on tile. The blaze was exllu.
milshrd beforu any damnEo could be done.
Tho department wus ulso called to the
corner of HwIiik and Ceutial avenue, where
u. coal shed, heloiiRlntr to J, Gillespie, was
on lire. This was put out before any dam
use was done,
Thirty Datum the Itock I'll.
Pollca Judge I.eland )esterday lent
Thomas Alexander to the rock pile for
thirty dais for beinic caught under the
counter of M. llerkowltz' store on Central
nwnuo. This store was robbed u few
weeks ago of a lame amount of fc'oods,
and Friday afternoon Frank HerkawiU. a
clerk, tound Alexuuder concealed under
lliildeil u frup (iuiur,
The crap game run by Gcorce ilosby at
Third street and Oakland aenuo was raid
ed by the police last night. Fourteen play,
lib were arrested, four of whom iscistd
Ihnlr why. te Ui tatln.
The policy of the new city administration
for retrenchment dtirlnp the next two
jcars will not he conllned to the reduc
tion of the number of men on tho differ
ent forces altogether. The salaries of the
various city olllcers will bo reduced very
materially. It wns slnttsl by nn oltlclal
jestcrdty, who Is In ft position to know,
that the snlury ot each olllcer will be cut
nboul 10 per cent. This will lake H00
from the city enKlnccr, J300 from the city
clerk, J210 from the street commissioner,
J300 from tho chief of the lire department,
K00 from the city nttorney and ?:I0 from
the city counselor. Tho salaries of other
olllcers will be reduced accordingly, with
the exception ot the city treasurer. Ilia
salary was fKeil by the last scssUJn not
to oscnoii ?iw n year ami me uiuoi mm
council have not the heart to make It
This matter of salary reduction was
thoroughly discussed at the secret con
fcrrnce Friday oietilni; nnd the mayor
nnd council enmo to the conclusion, so It
Is said, that the various olllcers knowing
the condition of the city, would submit to
a cut In wnt;os until the city was In ,i
position to pav higher salaries. Whllo
the city Is In no worse condition than any
other city In the countrv tho new admin
istration wants to keep down the expenses
so that In two years there will be no
llo.atlntr debt against It whatever. The
council will meet net Tuesday evening
when It la thought the reductions In sal
aries will be announced.
GAI'IUKIID DAK HXTUKKS.
County Getting II red of I'njlngllic Cost of
The board of county commissioners wilt
lock horns with some other county olllclals
In regard to pnlng bills of transfer com
panies for removing the llxtures of Joints
to the Jail nrd. At n meeting of tho
boaid icsterday Chairman Diought asked
County Attorney Miller why It was that
the county had to pay so many of thoie
bills, when the very next day the owner
of the futures would haul them away
again. The county attorney told the chair
man that the employment of teamsters to
haul fixtures that were seized was not a
matter that ho had anything to do with.
He said that It was outside of the juris
diction of the county attorney nnd also
the chairman of the county board. The
sheriff, ho tald, was the oltlclal who did
the hiring of the wagons, Commissioner
Diought then stated that the cost to the
county for hauling fixtures to the jail 5 aril
was enormous and so far as the good it did
was concerned he could not see any. "Tho
llxtures of the jolntlsts arc seized one
evening," said he, "and the next morning
some one comes along nnd claims to be
the oiwiur of them He llles a suit In re
plevin and takes the fixtures back, goner
ally to where they were llrst taken from
by the olllclals. Then the replevin pro
ceedings are never resisted. The thing
now Is a fatce and I am in favor of hav
ing the olllclals not only bilng the Ice
boxes and llxtures to the jail, but also re
move the buildings In which they .are
found to tho jail jard and stack them up,
nor Tin: xami;s mixed.
Iloir nn Item In tho "Journal" Did n Great
T-ast Sunday morning an item In the
Kansas Cltv, Kas., department of tho
Journal made it appear that Henry Iub
bert stole n. coat and was tent to jail for
it In the tepoit of th occurrence tfia
reporter got tho names mixed nnd nt-tribuit-d
the crime to tho mm who was
robbed The facts In the ea-e are that
tho coat was stolen from Mr. I.ubbert by
Clarence Stewart and Stewart confessed
and was sentenced to jail. The Journal
regrets tin- en or and makes this state
ment In older that the cotrectlon may have
as wide circulation as Ihe original article.
l.ntertnlned nt n 1'lulc Luncheon.
Mrs. A. C Browne and Mrs. K. L. Ifioivnn
entei tallied nt a pink luncheon Thuisday
afternoon at the home of K U. Browne.
They weie assisted bj Mm JjIui V. Sills,
Miss Helen Urow no and Miss Constanco
Ilrowm- I'ortraki of authors weie dis
tributed. Mrs John C llortun and Mis
A 1! Cobh reeognlzud the gteaiest number
of them and were awitded 111 me an! second
lirlzts lespeetlvely. After tefieslimenls. a
literarv salad was pi-aied, ana Mrs Cobb
won Hist prl7e, vvnllu cond waj awarded
to Mis. l! M Crn--ki.it. Following wno
the Invited guests: Mlsss .Nannie Heron.
Witmcr, Mesdames Gentle Jenkins, Anbury
Crow. John I.eggltt, Jcseph Chick, Charles
Grant, it C. Foster, A J. Hinwue. li C.
Sharp. HlUabeth Landon. Dudley U. Ciu
rell, William J nuchan. 1: li l'onerlield,
A. II Noel. 11. M. Whlsiier, William .1.
Morse, Fred I.eport. William T Heed, V.
II. Moore, C. F Hutehlngs, I'. K. T.p
land, Henty Downs, Chutles Hiur-e, Will
Maunder, A I. Ilerger. li M. Crockett, H.
1,. lliownson, George Hit-hop Helen Voile,
O W Slieppaid, llemgi- .eltlck, John
Hodgetts, H-l Suites, w. S Hannah. W. li
llarntintt Frank Mnpcs, William I'mbar
ger, I W. Kepllnger, John U. Horton, J.
F runlue, Silas Porter, A. 11. Cobb. J. K.
Cubblson, .Mary C. Chick, J. P. Hoot, McCain-
Mooie, Fanny Held Slusser, James F,
Getty. F. D Hutehlngs, W. I.uther Wlt-me-r,
Molly llleker. J. It, Chapman, Henry
MeGrew, Charles li Abiahnm.
Piogrnmmo of Music,
Mrs Fannie Held Slusser, county super
intendent, who U chairman of tho muslo
committee for the N'ortheastctn Teachers'
annua! meeting, ha arranged tho follow
Orgnnv-Overiure to "Fra Hlavalo" (Au
ber), Professor 11 F. Ktelter.
Vocal Duett "I Would That" (Mendel
ssohn). Dr. Parr, n D. Speck.
orpnn (11) "March of the Majl Kings"
(Dubois); (b) Capilce Itusse (Glume), li F.
Polonaise No 1. op. 28 (Chopin), Mrs. Net
Ho I'ranklin-Troutman, Piolessor li F.
Solo-Dr. 11. M. Parr.
Vocal duet "Angels- Serenade" (Hraca),
Mr. and Mrs. It. D, Speck, "
Mrs. Hnima Langdon, president of the
U. T. II. ot Kniibiis City, Mo., met a,
number of ladls at thu home of .Mrs. W,
T. l.ako veslerday,
Jlrs. I.angdon Is engaged in teaching the
ladles the ptoper usages of parliamentary
law In the government of their clubs, so.
rletles.and lodges. Mrb, Hangdon sas that
thi re Is no reaion why ladles' organization
und meeting can nut be coiulueli-d on
Milctly parliamentaiy rules. She told tho
ladlea that Ignorance of these uses was the
raiim of so many clubs going to pieces
una ellsliaiiillnK. A meeting will be held
State flrnud lodge
The members 1 of Wjandotte division No.
10. U. It. K. of P.. will hold a meetln
one week from Wednesday for the purpoi
Of maklnir arrnni'eim ni. fnr- niin.iiit .,"
Mate grand lodge ineeting t5 be held it
Hutchinson thu latter part of .May. The
l' 'i ',, JlfL' W K? .I" a.!'.ody to the
...w....n. ..lbwc ,,,,, intrru y,m ue renre
sentatlves and patt chancellors from the
live lodges In this city ond from lodgei
tendance. The committee having In charge
... M.u.ii nab ictcneu propositions from
two railroad companies to take the mem
bers of the divisions and tho represent.
'ihe roads offer to carry them In bleeplna
cars and arrange. It B0 that the delegates
the cars. ...t.. aim e.eep 11,
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