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VOLUME XXXV IT, NO. .11,").
KANSAS (MTV, AlMtU, .J, J8!)."). XINK l(7I.S.
rmoio two cants.
Browning, King & Go.
Beauty a,ul Service
Are the Lending Charncterislics of our
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
fl xl6!!31 R j Ek Q ..L-
Our new Spring Styles nre wonderfully pretty.
You may judge of their beauty zvc will guarantee their qual
,; ity. Prices will not interfere they arc the same you pay for
jjjj the common sorts.
Careful thcucrs lajiml our Furnhhtng (tooth Department at the proper place
U) icciuccurnct (;(c.
Money bad,; if you want ft
1101 and J 10J5 Main
X JTJJ. 1205-7
Looking longingly for I3ly-!
.shin lives, will Uwl joy in 1
tliu new '
I Dutch Bonnets and Napoleons,
Only Sil..!l(), !it
A. A. Pearson's,
1006 Main Street.
All grades, all colors. Wo
originate artistic treatment.
Our men are artists their
work perfect. We are re
sponsible. Our guarantee is
1216 to 1224 Main St.
ifbltilNuS.tr:iZi3p - bJiyit3.la'.'St "
NORMAN & ROBERTSON,
AND GUARANTEES OF TITLE.
Telephone KO30. 10 Taut Otli SI.
AN ENLIGHTENED ORIENTAL.
The rtupt rnr of ,lup in Is, tics u Protlaiim-
linn I'litl of Wise ami l.llii i.il
Yokolinm.i, April 21. An ollkl.il dispatch
fajs that Count Ho, iiresldent of the Jap
anese cornt.il of ministers, and Vl'count
Mulsu, the Japanese minister of loielgu
ufulrs tho two ollloi.ils who negotiated
the treat) of peace with Vktiay 1.1 Hung
Chnng and Ills son, l.or.l I.I, at Shlinouos
f let, lu'if icrt.lM.il 111 audience by the em
peror on tlii'lr ruuin tu Hiroshima. The
emperor iall. "The pilnclpal points of tin
neat) lire entirely sntisluctory antl mill
much to the glory of tho empire. I am
lilshly pleased at the signal seivieo run
cli red 1j )ou."
The lullowing Imperial proclamation was
Issued this afti-rnuoii:
"Through pe.iee national prosperity Is
best momoied. Fntui innately, the rupt
ure of relations n Itli China, forced upon us
a war whkh, after the lapse of un months.
Is not yet ended. During this peilod our
mlnlslei.s, in conceit ulilt the arm), if.y
find diet, h.ue dono nil In their power lo
furthei our alma in obedhnte to our In
structions, Our anient desire, with tho
assistance nt our subjects, 111 lo).ilty and
sincerity. Is to restore peace, und theieby
nltaln our object the promotion of na
tional prosperity. Now that peace. Is ne
gotiated and aimlstice proclaimed a pei
iiiauent cessation of hostilities Is near at
hand Tim terms of peace Hied by our
mlulstois of Htatu give us complete satis
factlon. Tho peacu ami glory thus, se
curcd rendeis the present u lilting time
to enlighten jou as to the ionise of our
"Wo nru lejoloed nt the recent vlctoilea
which have enhanced tho glory of our em
pire. At the wmt' time we .mi aware that
the end of the ro.ul which must be trav
ersed b) the empire In the m.irUi of civil
Untlon Is still lar distant ami much re
mains )ct to In .ittaluid. We therefore
hope, in common with our lo)ul subjeets,
Hint wo shall nln.os Kiuird against self.
(ontentedneps, but In a spliit of industry
nud humility strive to perlect our inllituiy
defense wlthutit falling Into tMiemut, In
short. It Is our wish that the novel anient
ami tlie piople alike shall wuik to u com
mon end and that our subjects of all
Classen strive each In Ids sphere for the
puir.oso. of la)lng thu loimualiou of pei
"It Is hereby dellnltely made Known that
no countenance will bo Riven by us to
Mich us, ihioimh conceit at the recent vic
tories, mav oiler Insult to another state
or Injure our relations with trlendly pow
ers, especially as regurds China.
"After tho exchange of the ratifications
of the tienty of peace, friendship should
be rettnred nnd endeavois made to In
crease more than ever befoio the relations
Of good neighborhood.
"It Is our pleasure that our subjects pay
due respect to these, our expressed
No 1'iriii.e fur Intervention.
London, April !3. In an editorial this
mornlnB the Times, after admltllnir that
Japan evidently Intends to cripple and hu
miliate fhln.i In a manner seriously af-fectlni,-
Uurorean Interests, Insists that the
diplomatic history of Kuiope docs not bear
out the pretension that any power or pow
ers uro entitled lo dlctute the terms of
juace between tho two nations. It adds:
"Qreut llrltaiu's luterestb are Involved
quite us much us Iluttla's, but we llnd no
btlpulations In the treaty of peace war
ranting our Interference at tne cost of
excltlne the enmity of Japan."
Operated Upon for .ipriullclte.
Lawrence, Kas., April , (Special.) Miss
Susie Oay, dauKhter of Jlr. I-'. (. (lay, wan
taken slek while vlsltlim hero last 1'ilday
evenlui;. Dr. (Irlllllh, of Kansas City, ami
Dr. McCllntock, of Topeka, were tailed,
and last hhtut performed un operation for
appendicitis. The patient stood the opera
ttM W-i, but in in a ciltlcal euudltloiu
. Kiiisror & oo,
anil II Eleventh St.
For this Week Only,
Grand Ave. Tel. 250IJ.
NO MESS OF POTAGE FOR HIM.
3Inr.ll Arnold Will Not lie ii eiolilbili- for
the I'rho of ii I.lltli, (llllcc.
Waslilnston, April (Special.) It was
said nt the treasury to-day that e-(iov-ernor
Trancls had been he.ird from In the
matter of securing tho ris,-ht sort of n
promise from es-CoiiKresman Arnold be-
, fore ho should be appointed deputy comp
troller or mi' cuirency. Jlr. I'rincls si) s
It Is Impossible to leach an nndeistnndlmr
with JIi Arnold, nnd hence It is doubtful
If he will be appointed to the placo left
vacant hv Colonel Sialism's ik.ith.
The understanding wus that If .Mr. Ar
nold nstrced to line up with the ndmlnls
ti.itlon on the iintl-sllver side he hlinnld
be nppolntPd, and Tram Is was Intrusted
with tho dellc-Uo task of llndhifr out, but
how he reached n ooncliMon Is not known.
Tin; impression now Is that no Mls-ourlan
will set the phue unless the ox-irmcrnor
in ikes a ipeclnl elfort to land some one of
his friends in the position. The siurpes
tion Is made that Piancls did not tiv
very hard to make tho nnanKcuient wltli
Arnold In order that he micht make a inill
for some one who has been more closelv
ldentltled with him personally in Missouri
politics, and It Is believed that l.'rancls
will soon show up with mme man from
Missouri for the position, but the Impres
sion pievalls that he will not succeed. Tho
opinion Is expressed at the department
that If .a Missouri man Is selected outside
of the "exes" the (enators from the slate
will neciire the elcdlt for It and l'r.incls
will be left out. It Is the purpose of the
adtnliilsti.itlon to make It plain that the
senators from Missouri lime no Inllupw-c
with the powers, and It Is "MiKuestod that
this Is a splendid chance to Impress this
id. t upon the people,
Tne onpoitiinlty tor this soit of a show
ing is app-uent when it Is recalled that
JtidKc Thomas Is the onlv m in now in
the depigments from Missouri. He Is
supposed to Kile out the liw for the post
olll. e department. Not since the state was
admitted into the Vnlon have o few- bei n
in me oep ii iiiioni.li service, rnder CIee
land the tlrst. Coleman was nt the head
of the dep turnout of nerlculturn nnd
I'nnk Nesbltt was his chief cleik lb II
w.u superintendent of malls; Kwluler was
statist!. Ian nnd Hawkins assistant seete-
tarv or tne interior
In.br Ilanlson (leneral Noble was In
the i abint t and Cleneril Shields was at
torm v Rem ral for th" intulor and Malor
I'roik had i haw of the hiiie.ni of statis
tics and S iheil.md w is rhicf cleik of the
ensus and quite a number of others from
the state wne Riven Rood positions In the
ro eminent sen ice.
This Is a ery line showliifr In lew of
the fact tint to-dav th 're Is but one m in
from the state. Ju Irc Thomas who has a
lespect.ible position. In addition to this
three places In the fotelRii senlee haw
been Riven to Mls-ourl.ins, but that wis
before theie was any trouble between the
nnininisiraiinn ,ini tne neieRation from
the tate: then Clenei il Crittenden. JinlRe
llroadhend nud Mr. .lu.ld had claims of
their own on the admlnlstiatlnn and they
weie assisted very little hv nnv one In
the delegation to the pi ices they now
CARLISLE AGAIN "FIGERIN'."
Treasury Depart iiient H.ililm; New l"st.
unites U Itli u rf. lo.iiiio, mm It. lb It
WnnhliiKton, April . Tho decision of
the supreme coutt in the incomo lux
case necessitates u relieariii.tr of tho in
timates of tlie ffovetnment lor tlio llsc.il
year cnilliiff June so, ami ftom tho last
ilntil olituliinliln It is believed Hint tho
ileilelt for Hie year will amount to $10,.
Oilo.OOO. The amount of tho ileilelt to
ilnte Is $17,l!."il,2H, with Indications of n
fuither lncre.iho befoio the close of the
piesent month, but tho Income tax re
ceipt., it is expe'Cted, will tuatei tally cut
down tills amount ilmlm? the lemalnluir
ten weeks of tlio llseal year. Ilecelpta
from custom anil fio-n Internal revemio
sources coutlniio to I icteuse, hut not nt
tlio pace expected, und with fully one
linlf of tho iintieiiateil lecelpts from tlio
income tux cut e.lf It It doubtful If the
closo of tho year shows .'. ileilelt less
Hun 110,000,000. As has tiee'i the case
for some yeais, tlie expendlti'io on ne
e limit of pensions is inoie Dim n thlnl
of the entiitt expendltilles of the (rov
ernnient and seveial times durlni; the
last two years tho Inexorable teiiilsl
tlons nf tlie frecrotary of tlio interior on
pension account lias caused some uppie
ImiiHlon anion;,- tho nlllclals tli.it the
timo iniulit comti when they could not ho
honored with tlie old-tlmo promptness.
Alieady this mouth nioro than $11,000,000
i lias liven imoi iu iiciibuuicis, null since
I .lull' 1 lie.ulv S117.nij0.00U has been n.il.l
on tlio pension account,
NKAISI.V 1V SIII.IIS IN A MINCTi:.
KeinarUiililu hpeed llraihed by n reiini!
null. i ItiMd Iritln.
I'hlhidelnlila, April 2J. The fastest timo
ever made betweeii heie and Atlantic City
and the tiiktest time ever made by a rail
road train In this country for such a frc.it
distance was that accomplished by thu spe.
cl.il newspaper tmlu on tho 1'euusylvunla
railroad )esterday mornluir. The train
pulled out of the Camden depot at S;).1,,
and forty-live minutes later came to a
itop In Atlantlo City. The distance by this
mute is 6S3-10 miles and the uver.iKu
speed was 70Va miles an hour. The fastest
mile was made In tl beeouds, which Is n
average of t.7k-10 miles on hour. This is
the most notable performance la rallioad
fcpecd which has et been made,
Co mull (.rove cutW DeltKalf .
Council Grove. Kas., Apill K!. (Special.)
The Central Itepublicau Club met this
eveuiutf and elected the follow Ins delegates
to the statu convention: Dr. II. W. Hood,
ale, piesldent; II. Ii. ltlchter. Otorgu 1.
Morehouse, J, V.. Edgerton. The sentiment
was acalust uny uellon by the state con
vention for or against Indorsing the pres
ent administration, us posterity should be
allowed to iudjje. It.
-I ltiAAX -A ----iTjCCiCWi!B
The People Are Not Blind!!
. ... ... w
And the thousands who thronged our store
yesterday when the doors flew open demon
strated their faith in tlie New Golden Eagle
in its COLOSSAL BANNER SALE of
$250,000 worth of the finest clothing ever
brought together under one roof in Kansas
City. Never saw or heard of Men's Suits like
these for $2.50, $5.00 and $7.50. That's right.
Nor have we. Thousands visiting us are be
ing well repaid by the savings and service.
You'll hardly appreciate the matchless
bargains and astonishingly little prices till
you've seen them. Come in!
The People's Store.
1100-1102 MAIN STREET.
A BRILLIANT WEDDING.
Ml-s ladter unit Hon. CSiorgo N, Cnrron,
.11. I' .Married In the I'ri'oeiii e of .Many
Washington, April 2J. The -wedding of
the lion. George Nathaniel Curzon, mem
ber of tho llrltlsh house of common', and
Miss Mary Loiter, daughter of Levi
V.. I.clter, the retlied merchant prince of
Chicago, was celebrated at St. John's
llplscop il church nt 11 :M o'clock this morn
ing amid scenes of such brilliancy and In
the presnee of ueh a distinguished as.
somblago of cabinet olllrers, diplomat',
governors and bishops as to Rive the
event the eliar.uter of a public ceremony.
Long befoie the hour of tlie ceremony
a rtuloiis ciovvil Minounded St. John's
church, which Is on l.if.ivette sninre, Im
mediately ftontlng the White House. Tho
church was tilled to Its utmost capiclty.
The ushers were .Mr. Joseph l.eltcr. broth
er of the bride, and Mr, Frank Curzon,
brothel of the groom.
Mrs. Cleveland arrived shortly before the
bridal party and was placed In the forward
pait ot the chinch near the pews leserved
lor the Immeillute relatives. The presi
dent did not appear, ns It Is an unwiltten
I ivv that the executive doe3 not attend
private 0"liI events.
The wedding party moved up the main
al'le to the chancel, where Itlshop Talbot
and the lie v. Dr McKay Smith outdated.
The bride. In a. Worth gown of white satin
nnd l.tre white lice, with the gloom's dia
mond pin as sole ornament and carrying a
cluster of white orchitis, le mod on the arm
of her father. Tho bridesmaids, Misses
Ninnle nnd Daisy Letter, sisters of the
bride, wore pink tulle gowns with Urge
pink mull hats and carried I irge bouquets
of pink roses. The groom and Mrs. Letter,
Kir .Tames and Lady Miller and Lord Lam
ington, the groom's best man, Mr. Joseph
Lelter and Mr. Kranlc Curzon, made up th"
lest of the p.irtv. There was a full choral
ber.'lce by the church choir of fifty voices.
The Impressive marriage service of the
Kplscopil church was performed, after
which the wedding party withdrew to the
Lelter lesldence, where they were Joined
l.itir bv relatives and Intimate friends for
the wi tiding breakfast.
A great many notables were present.
Including: Mr'. Cleit-il, Mrs f!ieshniii.
Setrel.uv of War and .Mrs. Lamont, At
torney ilcnoro I and Mrs. Olnev, Secretary
of the Navv anil Mis. Herbert, Secretary
and Mis Morton, Sir Julian nnd Lady
l'auncefoie, the tinman ami Fi elicit am
bissadnis and the llelgian minister.
The bridal presents were numerous nnd
ov eptlonally elegant, that of Mrs. Clove
land being a large silver loving cup.
Mr and Mrs. Lincoln were especially In
vlt.tl lie cause thov presented MI'S Lelter
foinnllv nt the llrltlsh court, at which
Mr Lincoln was American minister four
e,ir.s ago. Thero bhe met her husband of
Mr. T.elter denies noslllvelv that he has
made anv settlement whatsoever on the
voting couple. He has, hovvevei, given to
hl daughter outright the amount long set
up ut tor lier. The amount of tills Is not
During Hie ceremony and the wedding
breakfast a lMrge force of mounted ami
unmounted policemen was on duty, but It
...,y ttllb dlitlciiltv that the greit ciowd
could be held in i heck. A solid mass of
..,.., An mntnlv women, blocked the Iile-
walks and streets so that tho caril.iEcs
bringing the guests had to force their wav
thtougli uiule r escort of the olllrers. When
the csrrliges of Mrs. Cleveland nnd of the
bildo arrived at the church serei.il women
I tinted Iu tho crush and for a timo thero
threatened to be a p'tnic.
.Ion Itiiuk, ii Ncwiipiper Mm of 'Ih.it City,
lines Hon ll nil Alleged Diamond
Topeka, Kas., April ! (Special.) MI'S
Maggie Kwltzer, a worn in known In Atch
ison, Topeka and Kans is City as a shop
lifter, was at rested In Toptka yesterday
on a telegraphic eoniplillnt fiom Atchison.
She hail been In AKhlsnu on S iturdav,
ami upon having the union depot hotel,
curled oft n valinhle diamond llni: vv'iieh
belonged to .Mi's Hunter, daughter of .Mis,
Hunter, who Is proprietor ot the house.
Just ns the train was leaving for Topeka
Mis. Hunter went to Joe Hank, the well
known Atchison newspaper man, who was
coming over on thn same Haiti with Mrs,
SwIUer, und told him that she had reason
to believe tlio woman had her daughter's
diamond engagement ting, On the way
across, Mr. Itank look up the part of de
tective and suee ceded 111 Retting tho ling
from the riwuzer woman on ino promise,
she s,i)S, that she should not bo ni rested.
In the meantime, the nolle of Topeka hid
Iv-ht'n 'bhe"n!lghu!l Tr'o,t,,C,.'heJ,,r',l,i'.W"s!lio
was sent back to Atchison last night. Soiuu
or .Mr, icaiiK-s lopeivi menus pieparcu a tinut Is subject to tno approval of tho at
IV'to'div an d m wi.lcnevasn.rViite,!C n ,0,,,c' -'" "I. Thero Is not a business
big llaekty o "i)l.in ond Joe thu sku 0' " s'' (""'"!t f''r -a 'l "' L-
uuu -"." , I. Mala strut for two blocks west of the
Ol.ll ht.'U.M; .M.VCHINDItV.
,,,,..,. ,, , i
Kansas Has the Most of Mint .supplied by
lVhlnt'lnii Vnrll Tlie .iMinrlmanl of
Washliistoti, April... he department of
iiKllcultuio lias piepared a report In an,
suer tu the senate resolution Inquiring as
to the whereabouts and conditions, of tho
experimental sugar machinery which was
puiehased by tho tlepiitinent at iuiIoim
times, Tlie te;ort shows Unit tho govern
ment has expended ubout J.NJ.OuO In the
purchase ot the sugar machinery, and so
far. it bii)s. leiy little good has ever been
derived from It. The machinery was loan-
and It Is now in the hands of nilvate liar'
nut to persons to m.iKC experiments,
ties, The most of it Is in Kansas, though
a small portion is. In Florida anil Louis.
laua. The department will ulso take up
the uuestlon ot whut to do with It, and It
is thought that it will be appraised and
told. Some dllllciilty is anticipated Iu i
proving the title to tho property, as a
great deal of it is In thu hands ot people
who claim possession. In beveral eases the
dep ll tment ot agriculture has rtferied the
government cases to the department of
Justice, and It is ixpected that Fulled
States district auorne) win tie cancel upon
to assist In reclaiming the machinery.
It is the intention of the department ot
agriculture to have tho piopeity that can
be lecove-ied appraised and sold.
A IUprieiitallve hlik.
Macon, Mo.. April IS. (Special.) iron,
Singleton L. Kasey, representative ot Mn
con county, Is eritlcally 111 with liillaiuma.
toiv rheumatism ut his home at Kasev.
vllle, and cuimut attend the special session
of tlie legislature, lie was btrkken with
ot tne legislature, jie wus bmet.cn wiui
the disease before leaving the regular ses-
DU RANT ARRAIGNED FOR TRIAL.
Hvn 'I hoiis.iiul People Prevent to ,, ,
rrl-oiier mid 1 1 ear the 1'rot i filings.
San Francisco, April 21 For hours before
tho preliminary evnmlntntlon of Theodore
Durant commenced In Judge ("union's court
this morning a crowd commenced to gith
er nnd a biptad of policemen was stationed
In different parts ot the room on the look
out for cranks, who have written threaten
ing lettets to the Judge, llcfore the conn
openetl nt 11 o'clock 5,0"O people surrounded
the hall antl tilled the appriMi'hes.
When the defendant arrived In court all
C)os were turned upon lilln nnd he was
sketched from nil points ot view by the
newspaper iirtlsts present. The prisoner
looked pile antl concerned, but showed no
A photographer exhibited several photo
graphs of the scene In the church and two
large pictures of .Minnie Williams, bhowlng
the wounds antl the work of the phvMclnns,
were exhibited and attracted much atten
tion. The) exhibited a levoltlng sight,
.Mis. Morgan, with whom Miss Williams
lived In Alimetla, wus called to the Ftand.
bhe K.ilil that she last saw .Mls Williams
on the morning of the I.'th Irst , and that
dectu'etl had told her she was going to
Mrs, uy's house. She knew Durant. He
had eilletl at her house last summer and
st.i)ed halt an hour. She had not seen him
this month. Mho could not Identic.)- the
faes-s shown In the photographs us that of
Chalks II. .Morgan, husband of the pre
ceding witness, h,,j that the girl was
counted ns one of the family He could not
Identify the lace shown In the photographs
either. He also tailed toildemlly the pot k
ctbook found In Durant's overcoat pocket.
Here the irame of A. In. Williams, the
father ot the denj plrl, l ns tailed, but in
his bUce a voting woman rushed lo th..
.stand and said that no one should testify
befoio her. She gave the name of William
son and mild that she would be the one to
ju.ige uiirant nun ordered nun released
The police Hied to remove hei. but she
would not let them tout h her, but left tlie
stand voluntnillv ufter some words. She
handttl an Incoherent letter lo the ckik.
She said sho was sent by Hod to Judge
The worn in was subeoiiently ldentltled
as I, i ui-.i Lucy Could Williamson, of 110
Leavenworth street. She deflates heist 11
to be an "emissaiy of Hod." She disap
peared after lwlng removed from the couit
A K. Williams then took the stand and
Identified the poeketbook found In Hut nut '
oven cat as thu one he had given hl
The ntiernoon session commenced with
Seig.-ant JSutke on the stand, lie testllied
lis to the I'm. ling of the poeketbook. He
said there was ii bum h of twelve Kevs in
the Fame pocket, ami a single key of the
ale pattern. Tile ollhi-r stated that one
he) that was In the biineh when he lonnd
tho ling iu tho oveiLoat pocket was tnWs
Ing The ca.so goes on to-niorrow.
Stigeaut Hutkc then gave a bit of sen
sational evldeuetv vvhli Ii has not come out
before to-dnv. He said that when he, Iu
'tomnanv Willi other ot Ilcis. examined the
lavatory In tlie back of the church. In the
lear of the pulpit, lie s ivv blood stains on
the wash basin and wall Just above it.
Sergeant IteynoltN. in t barge of the settrch-
ng stiii.id, had called his attention to tho
.Maggie Klt.patrlck Identified Durant ns
the )onng man who hud called on her and
two fib nils on Mission street near Twtn-tv-second
stteet, April 1-, on the night Miss
Williams was uiuiileied. hhti said he wis
agitated. Another girl who was with her,
conoboi.ititl lit r ev iiletice, but could not
Idenlll) Dm int. though she ldentltled the
i oat ami hat ho won. The place where
these gills bay thev saw Dm ant is about
two blocks tioui the chinch They said
thev saw htm between ') nnd fl'l.'. p in.
.Mis. Maty McCoy, a liundre'H, testilled
she s.iw a man and )ouug woman near
Ihuaiiiiel chinch between 7 and n'clotk
on the 1-th. They appealed to her to be
loveis. The man was urging tho girl to
nteetle to some preposition and tlie girl
seemtd to bo coaxing him not to Insist.
Just as she passed them, Mrs. Mt'i'tiv
heaid the man say: "Vou are a coward"
The man was dressed In a. long ovueoit
mid datk Mitt hat.
IMl'ltOVi:Mi:.MS AT AltDMOIti:.
ANew Court House Will He Krectcd and
Mr. els VVIilenid.
Ardmote. I, T., Apill 2..-(Spoclal.) Tlie
cntr,lct was let to-day for tho new court
ou-e ..! Jail, to be built two blocks west
of tho old site, on Main slnet. The enn-
ailioad will be widened nvciuv.ltiu feet.
A new naner. the Artlmcue Daily News.
will Issue Its Hist edlllon to-moirovv: I'tiue
I iV. i(.utoll nit. the fouudeis Tho Alllaucu
iCnuiltr and Ardiiiuilto will probably tnn.
SOllll.lle tUl COIltiHUe to publish the I) illy
Xll,0,nt., j, a tho Statu Heiuld wll
J(,,rl ti dally.
NA'UONAL IMMt .VIA I I lHts.
lienervti Agents N.iineil mid (initial Chaiigrs
for MLsoiirl nud Kinikus.
Washluglon, Aptil ,. (Special.) The Cit
izens' Natlouul bank, of Kansas City, was
to-day iniiilu reserve agent for tho Now
Mexico National, at Socono, N, M,
"Changes of bank oillclais In Kansas nre
as follows: First National, of ludepend-
euce, II. 1'. Allen, president, vice J'. S,
Holllngsworth: I'. S. Holllngsvvorth. cash-
ler. vice G. L. ltemlngtoii (deceased),
(uncial notice is Iven that the Sallna
National, of Sallna, Kas., has gone Into
luluntury q,u!dalIon. It was said ut tho
department to-day that an assessment of
stockholders would probably boon h.i or-
dered for the Wichita National and for
the Statu National, ut Wichita.
Delegate to the 'lopikii Convention.
Olathe. Kas.. April .-(Special.) J, M.
Cialg, 1), C. Owen, J, W, lloblnsou and
11. S, I'crklus havo been chosen as dele
gates to represent the Olathe Hemiblican
uiiib at 'lopeKa next inumuay, and ills.
Aiioie i'-, uraig, jirs.
Almlra Cat ess and
ills. C. A. Stevenson to represent the
Women's Itepubllcan Club of this city. It.
11. Stevenson, Homer Hodley, John J. Ly
nns and John J, Clover will go as dele-
gates irum ine couniy cemrui eominiiiee.
The different clubs thioughout the couutv
expect tu bend full delegations.
Kockers worth Si. 75 for
Kockcrs worth St. 50 for
Kockcrs worth $2. 00 for
Settees worth $3.00 for
Our stock of Lawn
Goods Is very comploto,
and wo can lurnish any
thing you may desiro
FURNITURE & CARPET GO, B
H 121(5 to 1221 Main Street. H
Mr. I'nrilfll Will l.lkel) Itetovtr, but Her
.1IiiiI.iI Colltlltloil Will lie
Itonlf ntovvn. N". J., April M-The condi
tion of Mrs Farnell Is somewhat Improved
to-tiny, although 'he Is still uu.ible to con
verse with an) one. She p.t'sed a good
night and her temppintiiie Is about nor
mal. She Is 1I1I" to take uouHshuiint ami
her plD'ltl.in has hopes that she may re
cover. The police ate looking for a man 21 )ears
old, with a smooth face and wearing datk
c. v -- '
SVX. Si,l-s .O ,1
clothes and a light overcoat. He was seen
just befoie .Mis I'.iiuell was found un
eousclous and has disappeaied.
Philadelphia. Apill ! Dr. Thomas S. K.
Morton, ot lids city, who was in tonsulta
tloti with l)r Shlpp', vesterilav, stattd
to-night tint If .Mis. l'.unill lived she
will be pcimiueiitlv tltiaugtsl. He said
that this almost luvnilablv lollows con
t ussitn of tlie bialn, iccompanled by In
sensibility. Iu his opinion it is not un
like!) that the old lad)'s wonderful vital
ity will save her life. She is 80 )ears old
and had a person not known otherwl'i,
he would take her to be ;,0 A letter ti 11m
Dr. Shtpps to l)i Moiton, re. elved to
night, s.i Id Mis. Piruell Is taking more
nourishment and tint the whole .tspet t of
the case had lmprov.il.
HAD GOREINHIS OPTIC,
An HiirngMil Iliisbiiid Cr, ntes a icne With
Ills Itiitiaivn) Wife at Jasper, Vlo.
flolden City, Mo., April (Special.) A
romance from the Ito. kits, one likely to b
tltiRtd with blood, has found lt way to
Jiuper Mrs. Itypieon, the wife of a Den
ver cook, named John It)eison, who was
raining a salary of JvO a month, ran away
with 11 Salvation Auny captain, lteccntly
she located la Jasper, stopping at the Cot
tago house, vvl h for two children. About
two weeks ago her hiishitid suddtnlv ap
ln.ireil at the window of her room and told
tho staitled woman that he had come to
Kill her. He disappeared and was not seen
again until Saturday night nt 11 late hour,
when, with a di.iwn levolver. he suddenly
appeared iu her room The woman daited
out of the room, while her husbind fol
lowed In pursuit, snapping his pto! vainly.
The weapon refused to go olf.
The frightened woman's screams for help
aroused the village and she escaped her
husband's vengeanco by bolting Into a
doctor's nfllcr vv detail of men guarded
her for the remainder of the night. Fur
ther trouble Is expected
Ilec.iuse ot Its much grcnter strength, the
Ito)nl Hiking Povrtlei Is more economical
than mi) similar leavening agent.
1031 .Mala Mice!.
In tho aff.ilis of men, these prices come
Mum goods must lie bacrltlted to raise
but once In a great while 10 per rent ills
count on sound money values.
liny 11 J-'"i watch for f IS.
Iluy a JJI iinyx- Clink for 1J SO.
Iluy a tin Caning Set for to.
Iluy u 41.", Hold Chain for $t.
Iluy a $Vi Diamond 11 ri or $..
Iluy a $.!ii China Clock lor Jl.
Iluy a lii Hold 1'ln tor I'UA
10O visiting cards from plate for COc,
Jewelry und watch repairing.
Jewelry ami Wuteli llep.ilrlng.
R. W. HOCKER,
10.14 Main Street. Trustee.
Noted for wisdom and beauty,
keep your reputation for both
by getting 0110 ot those lovely
On sale 53.75, SI. 50, sx.08 an,i
1A, A. PEARSON, 1006 Main St, 1
FIGHT BEGINS TO-DAY
i,I(iisi,a iiiitr. tir .vtissiH'iti wtt.ti hi:
CAI,l,i:ll 111 Oltlll.lt Al'MHI.S,
REPUBLICANS ARE NOW READY,
1111: ppopi.i: aiii: witn iitp.M ami
1 11 i;v aiii: vviiit tiii: ppopi.k.
REFORMS MUST BE ENACTED.
1 hi: iir.viot'ii.vriu sii.vaii: wii,?, iu:
I'ltiH'i.ti -to c.iri t tn.Ai ii.
It l ttellevctl Hie Session Will He a long
Hue mid It, ptihlltaiiit l'rtiposo to
slahd by lb, Ir (inns CntU .Neil
Winter t'lili'ss IHinoiraty
Jefferson City, .Mo. April :?. (Special.)
Nearly all of the members and all of the
old clerks and oillccrs have arrived, and at
high noon to-morrow the legislature will
reconvene, with a full complement present.
A merrier or 11 happier lot ot men than the
llepublieans would bo hard to llnd. They
very properly ft el that all the udvuntnge
Is with Ihem, and the) bring from all over
the stale repot ts ot the indignation ot the
people that tills extra scslon was made
neies'aiy (If at all) by tho partisan, do
nothing policy ot the senate. From all
parts come reports nt Itepubllcan enthus
lasut and Democratic despair. As a mat
ter of fact, an unhappy Itepubllcan liu-s
not been seen In the city to-dav. They 111..
prei i.ue that the oppiuninlt) Is now before
ilieiu and they ure not Inclined to lode ah)
The Hist thing to he done Is to pass a
purei elections bill. That done, the hoiico
Will tt'St Oil itS O.trs tllllll th ,ntmi .1 .,.,
to Hie music Hepubllcans ,iy they will
st.i) here now until the snow tiles. If the
s. mil., does not pass a good elections bill
befoie that time; and It must be the hoii'e
bill at least In all the ninteilal points,
ltepuhlleans ate not disposed to seek any
undue pirtv advantage, but thev will not
accept .ill) thing less than equal nnd exact
Justice In the control of election machinery.
v. ...,-,- ,. ,. -,1,1m ff-iaiu out win read
ily pa the house. The house nnjorlty
"tan. Is pledged to It. ncpiibllcuns will not
dodge tho Isfiie. Hut over and altive all
other considerations, nn elections bill will
be demanded ami the house will not rest
until such a bill becomes a law.
The Knii'ns City nnd the St. Jooph del
egations nnlved to-day. The K ui'as Cltv
Itepulillcau members are stopping at the
.Monroe Mr Mor.in Is there, und during
the entile afternoon they weie the center
of attraction lor the Incoming country
meinbei' Among nil of them there Is only
one opinion. Stand bv the guns und force
the senate to surrender. Governor Stone,
In his message reconvening the legislature,
gave the cue He cleilnetl the Issue. Thev
nie in accord with his sentiments, as e
pre'std In his ptoclamatluu. Willi the
house and the governor cross-iirlng the
cn.ite ll must yjeld. This much Is settled
now. The session will not be short: in nil
probability It will lnt from foitv-ilve to
sixty days. Its length will depend on the
le.ullncs with which the senate meets the
retiiilienients In his message Oovernor
Stone will nk for the enat tment nt nn
election' bill, tlie fellow 'ctvant bill nnd
tor the necessary appropriations. When the
senate simu have isissed such bills, of a
proper character, then this extin session
will adjourn, unless special messages ask
ing for other legislation are sent In. AH Is
conlecttire. The end Is not In sight. He
publlcan policy In all piobnhllltv will he
outlined nt a Joint caucus lo be held to
Hosslp of the Members,
Mr. O'Siilllvnn said to-night: "The horse
led to water may not iltlnk. und the sen
ate may iefus(. to enact reforms which are
inedttl. In such an event the Democratic
party will sulTei." Mr. Hurt, of I'utunm,
sil: "The governor Is right: some law
should be enacted to limit the povvei of the
lobby, ami to bring it under contiol Such
a law should cmbiace within Us inhibition
not onlv the cotpoinilon, hut ul'o the
state olllrinls and tlie state unlveisliy."
Speaker Itussell has Hiuicuighly recov
er' d his usual rood health. Ills opinion Is
that th" extta session will inure Inimense
Iv to the iidvant.ige of tin Itepubllcan
piitvj that It will focus tlie c)cs of the
It opie upon tin legislature aim win cause
them In become- as sick of Democratic ob
sliuctlonlsts In the state as In the nation.
Dr. Tuhbs biys that the calling ot the
etrn session will have a good eifeet; tint
It will force the people to see and know
ninny things, which. In their blind pir
ti'nnshlii, they have heretofore overlooked.
He thinks that the .senate must jleld and
that a good elections bill will lie passed.
Mr. liniellch, ol Cooper, sold: "Ot
course, a purer and and a safer election
law Is the great deslileintiim. It Is (list
in Impoitance. The lobby Is not unilulv
povvei fill. With honest oillclais, pure und
free elections will give us honesty In of
ilie" Mr. Hammond, of Kansas City, nl.l "At
the legiil, ir session, the house iigtc-od.tlnully
antl ns a last resort, to nllovv the recorder
ot vot.rs to remain. We made the con
cessions then. Now the situation Is dlrfer
t ut The recorder must go. Tho eighteen
indictments itgalust Ovvshy are .ligament
enough I doubt now whether Democrats
will Insist upon continuing the olllco of re
corder of voters "
So opinions were expressed, river) body
had something to say. Among llepiiblle
nns there was remarkable unanimity;
among Democials an equally remarkable
To-night there Is considerable talk of
an entlie reorganization In l.oih house and
senate. It Is, however, veiy Indellnlte, und
as there Is general satisfaction with the
majority of the ollleers elected nt the last
session, It Is probable that lew ehautes
will be made.
NEVADA ALL TORN UP.
A I'roiiilueiit and ltr-peetulilo Woman nf
'Hint City Arrested for lllgauij.
Nevada, Mo , Apill U. (Special ) A iiroat
sensation wnu spiung on Nevada people
this afternoon whin Itleliaul Itutledgo, of
Denver, Col., applied tor a win rant for the
nuest of Mis, K i'lleub.imn, of this city,
on tho charge of bigamy, Mr, and Mis.
laiciihaum ate old-tlmo residents of Ne
vada, and are well and favuiahly Known
here. They were married iu 1S7I at Win-e-hesier.
III., and have loin children, 0110
nf whom Is glow n. The stoi) that Hut
ledge tells Is still lllug, Ho su). that he
met Mis, Hllenbuiim In Denver In 1M), and
that ho saw her at elosu Intervals from
inai lime iiiuii j-'i. vvneii no met ner at
Las Vegas, and they weie mauled. That
the) lived tugi'thei until Aptll. l-:i, when
Mis. HllPiibaiim relumed to Nevada, giv
ing as a reason lor her return that otto
ol her ulilc'i children was ill. Alter that
timo ho claims that -Mis, I'llcuhauin in
.Mis, ltutledge was supposed to be navel
lug over the couutiy, us ho would no.
iiieully lieu ftom lur, and sometimes hIio
would be In ono state nud acuta In another.
Ho alleges, however, that she was In No.
vacla all of tho time, and I li.t t she winlo
those lettcis here ami sent tliein to vailous
places to have them reuinlled to him. Hut.
lidge tu-tlay niinru out u st'ach wanaiit
ami searched the Hlleuhamn premises, mid.
lug seveiul articles which ho alleges he had
given to ills. i:ieubaum.
.Mis. I'llcuhauin wus placed under f 1,0,10
bond by the Jubilee to await tho action of
the giand juiy. Mr. laieiibaum, who has
been her husband lor mom than twenty
)ears, says that ho Is perfectly usioiiiuleil.
Ho t.ijs his vvifo has been traveling over
thn couutiy a good deal on nceouut of tho
III health of their vuuiigcst child.
I'nlliii.in 'leu nits Miut Pay l'p.
Chicago, April 2.'. The rullmaii I'alace
Car Company has begun serving notices
upon tenants who ure behind in their rents
that unkss they pay the amount due the
company suit will be biought to forcibly
eject them fiom the houses they now oc
cupy, liver 1W notices weie to-day placed
In the hands of constables to serve upon
tenants of the Pullman Company who ure
Iu urrcnis. Those who havo been served
with uotkes say they have no money to
pay back tents. Some of them ure in ar
rears ten months, while others uie only
two und three mouths behind. The major
Ity of the tenants ure discharged employes
of the company.
If Axrvs Citv, Mo. April.'' I
TVrmirniflfr i;enrrrif,i -.Whilmum, 4 , fieri
mn in, "
7Vi.iltt lif toe for th' Htitther to ' ,ilr
YOU CAN SAVE
AIANVA IMMHAMt IIIII.I.AU II'VHI'I.I.
ki:i:i ts ciosi! iopcii witn
1 iti.si: .via mtt im:ii:nis.
Whit We Print from Hiy to llijr shoiiM
He Wntihril lo.i tj In l,ter)one W lio
His Aojlhlng lo Itiiy-s.Mne i:im-
pies of llovr We're srng.
1.000 PA I ItS
01' I.ACI: CURTAINS.
froln tin- I., s. .lain. 11 ,t Co. stoik,
to lit. .sold 11I ', of Original 1'rlte.
Tills gloat lot consists of 850 pairs ot
White Tambour Curtains: 450 pans of
White nnd Kciu Irish l'olnt Curtains,
and 200 pairs ot White IlnissolM Cttr
t.tliiK. HcKlnnlnir to-motrovv wo will sell
KO.OO Curttilns for Jl.tr.u
17.f.O Curtains for 10.9S
J10.00 Cuttalns for Ji.O)
Jl'.'.f.O Cmtulti- for J7 50
JI'OO Cut talus for M.r.O
$7.50 Curtains fur $,-,.00
J50U Curtains for ,', ns
W.'.'S Curttilns for .i3
;c TO 15c l"OR .t-i c.
'Jills, You Know, Is House Cleaning
'rime. We Have -.tin,,, ItroUru Lines
mill Case Lots of Various Kind, of
CooiU, Whit It W.. Will Mil at i lllg
If vou'ro Interested rend Any In this
lot or 7,100 yards ut 5',,-c. There aic 1,500
yards of Duck Suiting, never offered liv
us for less thnu S l-3o; 1.100 yanks of
Fnlim l'lald Suitings, worth s l-,1c; 1,50.)
jnielsof tnaile-up Solid Colored Satenns
woith 10c; Ciepe Fongces in sttlpos and
llguretl, wotlii 1 5c; black gtotind F.c
ford 1'ongees, In white polka clots antl
sttlpes, wottli lCjC. All told 7,100 iunf.
of vailous kinds of lii-tlie-scason good,
at 5Uo )d
These will bo sold on F.aigaln Counter,
center Walnut stieet lloor, bcglutilnir to
inotiovv. THEYMjIj UK SJc,
r.l'e Is the Prlte ut Willi ll, llegln- '
lllllg Iti-liitirnitr, W, Will ell
111,11011 Xarils or 7';- ottons.
You may choose between our "West
cm Slates" 7ijc llleached Cottons, or
our rcRtil.ir 7'j llrovvn Cottons, at. 3o
Thcsu will bo sold on the Haigaln
tfiO R1I5HKI) VESTS.
12MC POR oc.
The) 're the Correct Weight for
This Season of Year.
Ladles' Itllibed Vesta nt less thin -
regular pilce; these for to-moirow 0,
GOO PAIRS HOSE.
isc tor tsc.
If Your f'lilbl Is Hard on Hose
We've COO pairs nf Children's Fn-t
niack Cotton Ilu'o, unbleached f.11
sizes rt to S'-i the kind of Ilosletv ihi,
lasts they were lmpoitetl to sell for .
palt, to-monow the pilce'll be Is
C0USRTS AT ::i)c.
NO NIsl:l) IO THINK TWICI;.
ir You Want a C001I, Little Priced
Corset II, r. II Is.
A regular 50c well made and well
shaped, all sizes. Is to "O, for 50.
$1,50 l-OR i)Sc.
This Is 1111 i:ceptloiial Prlietlu.
(ioods antl this Prlie A10 Not Well
3Sc a yutil Instead ot $1 50; f,Ie clear
(Tain for you. We liavo an assorted lot
of Novelly Dtess (iontls, 7 UUC'mnt
weaves, l'J patterns. Thc)'ro Si ot. n
weaves of Silk and Wool. Silk and
Woi.steil and All Wool llourdett
Scotch, CatidlfWlek Stripes and Si.K
ami Wool Ferslan Fffe-cts imported to
sell for Jl.GO; begitmliiK to-moriovv will
KMI-RY, niRD, TIIAYI-R eS: CO.,
THEY FOUND A POT OF GOLD.
five 'I linii.ind Hollar Hug Up In OM.ilio-
111 1 Where It Had llc-ii Itiirii d
Duthrle, O. T April :! (Special.) There
haH been much cvcltemeiit hero to-day
aver tho lludlug of buried tieasuio live
miles south of this city )esterday. Some
tht)s ago a stranger went to a faun live
miles south, owned by a colored mini
iiainul .Smith, nnd after looking about uver
the plain lur a day and locating the Mump
nf a e . 1 tu 111 . Ilu tree, ho agreed to hu) tho
eiaiiu ior :.". uuu iu yuy me money inside
of I wo weeks,
The day he left, ll. Mock, n young man
of this ill), found n pockethook Iu which
wus a letter tinted Maich -'., Hum John
Lllchlleld, of Santa Fe, N, il., tn Ids
cousin, llnl Lllchlleld, of Tishomingo, I. T
Tho letlcr said that ills fathci, In lv:i,
when lie ciossed lids tcrtltory for New
Mexico, hulled it pot containing fl Ed,) In
gold and I'eO 111 nihil. Tho placu where It
was bulled was becllon I, tuvvushlp 15,
range '-' west,
1)11 lludlng the letter xnung Mock gave
thu infoiiniitinu to C, M, Dimhai, who,
with Mr, Slonebieuker, wmt nut to hunt
for tlie gold, but they weie, refused access
to the luiinlses by tho owner of the mini.
Then Muishal llaxler, heating of tho mat.
ter, thought he would pocket tho "pot" all
by himself. n went out and hunted for n
"dead man" that had been Killed there
abouts. Ho wus told to get olf tho pluco
or there would bo a de.itl man there sine
enough. Yesterd ly u party headed by
Hanker Joseph McNeill, of this t Ity, in
duced the colored 111-111 to allow- them In
lacuto the treasure, which they did with a
compass and siii'vejm's Instruments, and
soon louiid tho old iron pot tilled with gold
and silver, none tho vvoiso tor twenty-iho
)ea is spent under ground.
The money was placed lu tho (luthrlo
National bank until tho couits or the
llndeis shall decide what disposition to
make ot It.
Thero Is certainly no baking powder so
well Known ami geneiully used as the
Itoyul. Its perfect purity, as well as Its
supeilorlty in leavening (tower, are matters
ot fact no longer disputed by honest deal
ers or makers ot other brands. Its virtues
are so well Known to every housekeeper
that the slanders of the dishonest makeri
ot the chcapr goods fall to touch It,
K - frisrrfr3'