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THE KXJraS8CITT"J0mafAC WEDNESDAY, APRTT, 21, 1805.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
To-day We'll Sell
OUR OWN MAKE
of Fine Cnndies at the Prices You Pay for "Trash."
We're manufioturlng right here, from
ftrsl-clajj materials, the candles no sell,
and you (1ml them no better AN'YWHEm:.
Cannot you stop In a moment mul simple
these line goods? It will cot you nothing
to so how fine those goods nre,
TO-DAY'S PIIICL'S WILL UK AS FOI.
LOWS: I'tlro New Orleans molasses taffy, "o
Cream, Vanilla and Chocolate taffy, 10c
Peanut tarry, 10 pound.
I!oton Cream sliced at 15c pound.
anllln, Chocolate, N'ut and Cocoanut
Carnmets, 19o pound
Duller Scotch Wafers, l!c.
Hon Uons and Nut Chocolates, finest
foods, cut from -tit! to lie.
524, 526 AND 528 MINNESOTA
These Firms Do Business
It x imr
, sou iirrnrr I)ii3
InKim tiling In
iiii tnrprt it ml
to id inn tn mul
RnnrmUer tlirrr I
wo Krrlcy Institute
lit Kniinis Clt. Mn.
lieu tiro of Cliiiip
look err our Rtock.
(UI& 6.11 Minnesota A v.
Mm: (Hilt . . .
547 Mlnm xotu Ave.
Good WoiU tt
BELLE VIEW !
$125, $150, $200.
felO (.ash. built n to 8J
per in on tli.
S. '. Simpson 5 fori.
W, T, QUARLES,
Tto best and safest
Hacks nl all houis.
Horsos well cared (or
110(1 Nnith Fifth .St
6. W. BEUS,
Justice of the Peace,
publicity II recnuatnl.
Collections a m eel illy.
Tor tho next lxtv
days I IU Laundry
ace Curtains at -5j
a piece, or so.- per pair
ii. r. Min.r, rrop.,
nti --tiitc sis,
Kansas ( lt. Kuiisii.
NEED A TRUSS?
Uemomber, no carry
the largest and moat
tnmnicln lino In tho
clir, and at prices to
Jtrtil P.itate, Kental
and Loan Agents, have
some snaps la city le
altv and aero property.
Won ant more bouses
torem, as the demand
PORTSMOUTH INVESTMENT CO.
One or Tun or Their ltar;iiliiHt
C-room cottage, CO ft. ground, line location;
"room tno story house. 68 ft. ground,
splendid location; price. $1,C00.
C-room house. SO It. ground, 4 blocks of car
i line; price, f-w
I TIIHSi: Aim BARGAINS, and we have a
book full of I hem. See us berore you buy.
I Telephone 2C7S.
DRUGS, 514 Minn. Ave.
Jj The Journal office has been
H removed lrom the Chamber
4 ot Commerce to the first floor
of the Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
ALL WAR VETERANS.
OLD MM.ItlKHS OHOAMZi: A COMl'ANV
or tiik national tiiuuu.
COMRADES RESPOND TO CALL.
j. s. oi.ivi:it iiom)hi:i) nr iii:ic:
i:li:cii:d caitain ii'roMi'.xv.
Much Knthu&liiMu Shiimi anil tho Sound
of .lluslo Culls 1'nrlli Hearty Ap-
plmiHo Luu Against sprrlng
The old soldiers of this city held n meet
' ib laht nlelit at tho couit of common
pleas for the purpose of organizing nn
old toldlers" military company In this elty.
The meeting nun ii)led lu order by Chair
man Olllver. Stcictaiy Klrlthnm read tho
minutes of their last meeting, lifter nhlch
the regular order of buslnenH nun taken
up. Volunteers for the company were then
called for, and the following comrades ro
Fpondtd: O, 0. Atherton. W. V, Iirown, l. C.
Ilronn. h. IX Itutler, A. C. Crlppln, JI.
Cromnell, J, II. Cole, J, JI, Duncan, JI. II.
Donohue, V. II. Drouth, It. II. Kspey, W.
J. l'uller. J JI, fiallager, It. II. flrlmiorld,
T. aoldlff, T. J. Ooodnln. JI. JI. llarboard,
V. Holmes, J. It. Jackson, U, dolly. V. i:.
Kendrlck, .1. A. Kelley, a. . King. O.
Klrkham, Q. Llllch, W. Jlulr. V. Jloore,
J'. JlcCully, J. JI. Kuapper, U. N. Noith,
J. S OllUer, G. n. l'erley, O. R. Rolh, .1.
II. Rellley, J. Schiller. J, N, fielp, V, W,
Simons, J. II. Skinner, II. I.esbuig, II,
Kinndlsh. W. !'. Walte, C. V. Wttke. II. II,
White. JI. O'Dare. J. Holland, Charlej
XlcCoy, William Hronn, I:. Dixon, J, M.
Iirown, V. S. Drought, William J-ee. 1.
D. I'alrchlld, JI, Jterrllleld, Udwaril Cos-
The comr-Any was temporarily formed
and a charter nlll bo at onre usked (or.
The new mllliary body will bo knonn as
Company A, Ivansas National Guard.
The election of oltlcers naa next taken
up. There nero three candidates placed In
nomination, for captain, and the. otlng
was very close nnd Interesting. .Major U.
B. W. Drought, J. 8. Olllver uml O. Klrk
ham were the comrades who made the race
for captainship of the new company. .er
a bccond ballot nas taken Comrade Olllver
was elected by 1 majority. JIo responded
to Ms election as captain In a patriotic ad
dreus to the comrades present.
The following are the olllcers of the new
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U, S, Gov't Report
. ABSOLUTELY hMJRE
Hiittereups and Chocolate Creams. ISa.
ChocoIal Creams, very line, ISc pound.
Hutter Creim. very line, 13e pound,
Tncnty-ilve dlrfrrent flavors in fruit tab
lets. In cry finest goods, out to-dav from
Sic to l,o pound. These are Mint, Straw
berry, Pineapple, Ginger. Chocolate, Wlu
ler lireen, yanllli, California Apricot,
llnnana, Iceland JIoss and several others.
.rh.".e "' any places at lite pound. TO
DAV at lSc.
CANDY llArtOAIN- COUNTER IN OKO-
Hundreds nf pounds of splendid candles
are on sale at 6, 7 and 100 pound.
lc boxes, line Mnrshmallons at Co.
Penny strips of licorice at 2 for lc.
ore on sale at fi. 7 end lOo pound.
It s not good bulnoss to pav double price
F.VIJN FOlt CANDIES. Is It?
AVE., KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Because They Advertise.
E. S. "W. DROTJaHT,
SUMmsor to Knnsl. Clly I'lanlli); Mill,
4lli St., Cor. Oakland Ave..
Telephone ln.ia. KANSAS CITV, KA.
WINDOWS, DOORS, MOLDINGS,
SCKOLT, nnd IIAXI) SAWl.Vd and fUUNINO
Wr make Specialty nf Mnlr Ililllillns,
Itonk Counters uml Olllie I'litures.
1c Crrum ami
Tho Short Onlor
Everything clean and
neat. Homemade Pies,
eic. upnn until I
o"clock each nlghfc
B. Plymouth Rock
Kggs, SI toll per I?.
ror Gutters Leak
8th and f wnesota Air.
I Ui'il. . . .
2 blocks n-st and 2
mocks north Quludaro
ht. "I." road
I'ut on new wall pa
per, p.iiiu our il oil
Ins. Employ ouly ilrst
Ilu sour l'liliits
ami I'npei' of
W. P. WHITE,
"i:i Minnesota Ac
At Lontst l'rltes.
A Co candle
Less than 4
cent per hour.
Wyandotte Gas Co.
lei. lauu. Hulled Hid
company: Captain. J. S. Olllver; tlru lieu
tenant, i:. S V. DiouKht, second llcuten
unt, JI.uk Cromnell, ordeily seige.mt, O.
The meeting nns largely nttemhd and
nas the most eiuhusiictiu gniheiliig ever
held in this city by the old soldiers. While
the meeting nas In progutw the Tlrst Iteg
Iment band nalked In upon the vutei.ms
and by pblng the old p miotic tune,
"Jlirehlng 'Jhmiigh tieoigln," li.ul no dif
ficulty in camming the meeting bj storm.
Tho music leached the hc.uts of the "Itojs
In lilue" nnd they gave vent to their teel
lngi bv loud cheer. When tho band Ilu
ihpil "Oeorgla " Chairman Olllver request
ed thai "Dixie" be pl.leit foi the bellellt uf
any toldlei present nho might have hap
pened to be on the rioutlu-iu elde during the
das of 'CI Tho reipiest nas heeded and
the nails of the couit room fairly shook
from the tremendous applause. A vote of
thank.-, was extended tho band.
M) LAW AC.Al.Nr M'AltlSINO.
The Orilluunce rained by tho Counill Is
The ordinance passed by the council sev
eral months ago to prevent spat ring exhi
bitions in this clly was jcsterdai declared
Invalid b .liidgo I.eland. This leaves the
ilt without any legulatlons In n-gnnl to
the e.Nhlliltlons, but the council will likely,
at lis net meeting, pass .n ordinance
nhlch will hold water,
Tho (iiiesllon ot Invalidity was raised In
the case of Hie city against John Dtuf,
Pi evident of thu Homh Hblu Athli tie Clun.
A Hhott tlmo ago Ihls club gavo a
"smokei," the piliulpal event of which
was a spanlng exhibition In tvvcen John
Pord and Will Jltnph. The principals, as
well as the prenldml of the club, nero nr
riHted on a charge of violating tho city
law. Duff euiplojed Attnn.ijs lleniy JIo-tlrew-
and John A. Halo lo defend him.
The oidlnnnco gave the Judge power, up
on conviction, to Impose a linn of not less
than $lt0 and Iheio was no limit as tn the
amount the police judgo cauld line a man,
If ho (.o desired; tin) ordinance also pro.
vlded for a Jail entente. Tho attorneys
for the defendant claimed that thu council
had no right to llx- punishment by Jail
sentence, and they also claimed that tho
oullnance, as pa-sod. could not bo classed
as a icgulatlon, for the reason that It pro.
vlded no maximum line, They nigiied that
In order lo bo valid, the Jill sentence
should be left off iiud a maximum ah well
as a minimum Hue be made. Tho pollen
Judge, In lendeilug his decision, held
that the argument nf the defendant' at
torneys was nell taken, lie decl ired tho
ordinance void und dlschaiged tho pils
onei. Ken hulls I lied.
Doia lUggius, of Argentine, filed suit In
the district court yesterday against her
husband, Hoy Illgglns, for divorce. Hliu
stales In the petition that xhe mairled the
defendant on Aiult at, U9I, and that the
defendant deserted her and has utteily
falltd to give her any support, .She asks
the court ta grant her a divorce and give
her the custody of their child. Mho also
wants her maiden name, Doia Larson, ie
stored. Alfred Long filed divorce proceedings
against Lottie Long, charging abandon
ment, Tho plaintiff tiled suit against his
wife ouo eai ago, but the case was dis
missed far mint of piosecutlon a few il.ij.i
ago by Judge Alden in the district court.
County Attorney Jllller tiled a liquor In
junction suit against Andy Kasslmer,
George Zoler and Hen Chance. A tempor
ary Injunction was granted by the court.
The property enjoined was at KD Kansas
Martin Jlade a Ketihlng IMea.
A confidence man conlldenced Judge Wil
liams yesteiday. Ills naiiio was i:d Mar
tin, alias Smlthcy, Jlonday night ten men
were arrested In tin) Hock Island ards,
and In police court yesterday morning nlna
of them were given twenty davs on tho
rock pile. Smith, the tenth man, was also
fined, but he made n. plea for clemency.
Ho told the Judge tint tils hom wa In
Ohio; that he had been West In search
of work, and having failed to find any, de
cided to return home. IIo claimed that h
nna on hi nay liomo when arrested. He
had art ollv tongue and hu appeal caught
inn Judgo's ear. Ills flno was remitted.
hen the other vnga were being conveyed
to the Jnmes street police station from
the city hall, In the patrol wagon, they
told the oillcora that Martin nas one of
tho smoolhcsl conildenco men. In tho country.
doing tn Tnpekni
Tho Hepnbllcani of this clly will b well
represented nt tho annual meeting of tho
Itepubllcan Leigue to bo held at Topeka
to-morrow. The colored people and tho
women will nlo havn their deb gales there.
Kach Jtrpubllcatt club In tho city has chos
en delegates to the convention. The last
club to t'hooo delegates vviih the fifth
Ward Club. It lias elected tho following!
T. T. Hoffman, district clerk; .1, W. Tergu
fon, city treasurer; Kobort i:ny, llcensa
lnpector, and William Campbell, The He
publican women nlll be represented by Mrs.
.1. 11. Powell, .Mrs. I'minle lteld-Slusser,
sirs. i,)iiiii iieniuson, Airs, vvuiiam i leicn.
er and Jlrs. Ilaminoii. Jim. A. D. McKee,
deputy elty nsosor, will nlo go to To
peka. The delegates will leava to-morrow
V. 1. !. V. V. Sleeting.
The regular bi-monthly mass meetlns ot
tho Y. P. S. C. U. will bo held with tho
IMgerton I'laco Hiptlst church to-morrow
evening, beginning promptly nt 8 o'clock.
This Is the programme:
Hong service Led by N. II. Kerry.
lllble leading Arthur Webster.
Pledge thoughts "Thy Will Ho Done,"
JIIss Jllnnlo Cot! "JIv lllble," Ilinma Coop
er; "Consecration," C, T. Holbrook.
After the n.uiera a freo nnrllainent will
bo conducted hy W. H. Ilnnnnli. Hev. U.
Q. Deiiham will also deliver uu nddrcss.
Ivory Will He Sent llnnie.
John Ivory, who was recentlv fined for
vagrancv and Is now In the llolhnny hos
pital suffering from Injuries received while
attempting to escape the olllcers, has been
Identified as a ounB man missing from
Helton, JIo. Ivory left home a ear ago
and when Informed his mother was dead
wept nnd asked to bo taken back to Hel
ton, lie will be released and sent home.
He nas located at the hopltat by his
cousin, D. C. Ivory, of the Helton Herald.
.objects nf Orations.
The subjects for the orations In the high
Whool nrntoilc.il contest nre as follows:
"To IIo or Not to He." C. Y. D. Hugh;
"Penal Servitude," Pied Spi'nk; "Tho Pow
er ot Thought," Illchard Westfall; "Tho
Alchemy of Intluenre," rnsslo Oluev; "Tho
Hplrlt of ''',." Anna Mason; "Socialism
from n Hlhlleil Standpoint." Thomns Col
lins; "The Supremacy of Thought," Adnm
Humors suid tn ltn I'tifnundeil.
There have been many lumors nfloat dur
ing tho past few dus to the erfect that
Piesldent Caskcy, of the pollco board, nas
either going to leslgn or was to be re
moved by the governor at an early date.
Theie Is no tiutli In either report, so an
Influential friend of Governor Jlorrlll stnt
nl vestciday lie hid a talk with the gov
ernor a fi'W das ago and was given to
understand that no changes would bo made.
Arrested on f'iniiphilht nf Ills Wife.
Charles St flair nas in rested yestcrdav
on complaint of IiIh wife, who charged
hlm Willi disturbing her peace. She told
the olllcn.s that he has failed lo support
her for, a long time nnd that she made the
money and paid for the suit of clothes he
Is now wearing. St. Clair was released
on bond. Ills til it nlll take placu to-duy.
.Marriage I.Iiimii-s Issued.
The following man Inge licenses were
granted by the' piobato judgo jestculuy:
W. .1. Hlley. Kansas Cltv, ICas 21
Kinma .Mount. Kansas City, Kas J
Hike Jledved, Argentine 57
Jlaiy Jledvid, Argentine H
Gustavo Nelson, Kansas City, Kas 21
Jlattlo Z.iue. Kansas City. Kas IS
C'.tsi, gilnit .Inhll f fit I II ii
The examination of John Quliin was set
yesteiday foi .Monday. Apt II Si. He Is ni
usted on the chaigo of killing Patsy Clay
ton. MHTKOI'OLIl .mischi.i. v.sv.
The Woman's Itepubllcan League, of this
city, will hold a meeting Jlonday after
noon, when r. W. l!lchuid?on, of K.ina.s
f'ltj, Mo, will lead a papei on imnilclp.il
The newly elected olllcers of the Nordens
Vener Swedish Soi lety took charge of
theli vailous ollbes last evening August
Andeison, deputy eleik of the dlsiilct
coin t, Is the new preldent. He neled as
se-cietary of the soeluty for live- jeais.
Wjandotto council No. C Itojnl and Se
lect Jlusters, meet at the Masonic hall
this evening to confer degiees The grand
olllieis of the giaud tnuni-ll uf the tate
of Kansas will be in attendance.
The wedding of JIIss Jt i:tliel Jlonvllle,
ot 2D13 Noith SKteenth stieit, to .Mr. II.
1". Andeison, his been announced lor Jliy
,1u. JIi. Anderson Is u elai maker and h.ia
a host of friends In the cltv The brldo
Is a dimming 5 onus soelely lady.
Woik nlll begin lit a few dnvs on a
large addition to the HJguton Place Hap
A flro In tho lesldence of A. G. Waldron,
SSI Central avenue, called out the
lire depirtment esterdnv morning Tho
lite originated from a defective Hue. Tho
damage amounted to about 30.
Jlavor .t Halt, attornejs for II. S.
Swlngley, ev-Justlco of tho peace, hi ought
four moi e suits against the county lu
Justice He-Its' couit, jesterday.
Attorney John A. Hale has returned from
JInlne, where he went to attend tho funer
al of nn uncle
ndmond O'llrlcn will also graduate from
the high school this Mar Ills name did
not .ipear unions Hi" list jesterduy morning-
JIIss Anna Xnvvlln, of Topeka, was In
the eli jesteiilnv, tho guest of friends.
Hlio lounerly lived hen-. She -wmi to St.
Joseph last uvuilng to spend a week with
Attorney Mulchings has gone South on
a simrt business tilp.
Miss Clint Franks, of Wnmego, la vis
iting relitlves on North Seventh stiect.
W. I. Jleiirlde, of St. Louis, Is lu the
city visiting his fimllj. on North Sixth
JIis. Itose. of London heights, has re
lumed flam an extended visit with rela
tives In Connecticut.
Hev, .Mis. Jlollildo will go to Hmporla
this moinlng to attend a missionary meet
ing. Dr. and Jlrs. J. M. Lutz returned yes
teiduy from Concoidln. Jlo where Sirs.
Luu was lsltliig relatives.
Jlr. Clayton Hyat, a business man of
Gailiett. Kas., Is In Ilia city, tho guest of
his old trlenUs, Attorneys George and Arch
Like unto Caesar's wife, "Above suspi
cion" Is the puilty ami leavening power of
Price's Haklng Ponder.
It Is very piobnblo Unit tho old Alcutt
packing house, Incaleil In the western part
of this clt, will bo iigaln put Into opera
tion. Tho nullum uf thu plant havo inado
a proposition to the Held llios. Company
to lease It lo the mmpauy until It can re
build. Tho proposition has been taken uu.
der iidvlseintiut uud 111 all piobabllltles it
will be accepted.
Yesterday was eilmlnal diy In Justleo
KIiiih" couit, 'IV llt vwtii tiled was tho
state s, Kliner Heiiy, who Is suspected of
holding uii August Axiiuin. Jlr. Avium
positively Ideiiillled lleiry us ouo of the
two highwaymen who robbed hlm nu tho
night of Apill C. IJeiiy was bound over
lo the dlstilet louit to await tilal. Ills
bond was llxrrt nt JJ.OOO. Charles Wyley was
pent to thu county Jail lu await tilul In the.
district ourt on tho chargo of grand lar
ceny. Ills bond was placed at $1,00, Al
beit Troupe, tho young boy who vvus sus.
nee ted nf In lug Implicated 111 tho stealing
of some railroad lu asses which W ley Is
being detained for. pleaded guilty to n
ccivliig stolen goods and was lined and
losts, which amounted to HI. John Geary,
who was chaiged with highway robbery,
was given a healing and was dlscbaiged.
JIis. M. 15. Vlo Itoy and son, J. .1. Vlo
Hoy, who liavo been visiting fi lends In
this city for the past thiea weeks, have re-
(uine-q to tneur uoiuu nv ueuvei,
Mrs. A. JI. Campbell nnd daughter, Mrs.
F. Hills, of St, Joseph, JIo., urn In tho
city, tho guests of friend, Jlrs. Campbell
formeily resided here.
Jlrs. C. W. Tousley, of South Eleventh
street, will entertain the Itoyal Neighbors
at her homo Thursday af lei noon.
JIis. Kato JlcGonlgul, of C3S Shawnee
avenue. Is entertaining her niece, JIIss
Dora JIcGonlgal, of Leuvenvvoith,
Tho Jlothera' Art Society will meet this
afternoon with Jlrs. J. L. Simpson, of
South Seventh sheet.
The lovlval meetings now in pi ogress at
the Hantlst church aro uttiactlug laige
crowds. A great ileal of Into eat is being
manifested In them. The singing evangel
1st, S. J. Miner, Is conducting the meetings,
Mrs. William Staeles, ot Latlirop, Mo., U
In th elty, the iruest ot Mrs. J. W. Oray
blll, o( 123) Pennsylvania avenue.
Mm. N. It. Polcy Is serlouslr III with
pneumonia at nor homo on Ht, Paul ave
nue. Miss nirntcn Penna lias gona to Leaven
worth to spend a few days visiting friends
Tho nre department was called ta tho
Bwlft packing house yesterday to extin
guish a small blatn In tho drying room.
Tin) annual convention of the Kansas
State Sunday School Association will con
vene at Hallno, May 7. It will be n three
days' session. Soino of tho leading Sunday
school workers of Illinois, Missouri nnd
Kansas aro expected to oe prcscnu 'i nero
will bo a largo number of delegates from
this county In attendance.
Tlie rrocer (ends the new brand of bak
ing ponder simply because It costs hlm fo
niticli less and no can tnnko more profit by
snlllnir It than he can on the Itoyal. Tint
HojoJ Is mado from the very finest mate
rials and costs much more than any oilier
brand, which accounts for lis superiority.
although It Is sold 10 consumers) ut tho
rmnfc Chapmin will be tried Friday In
Justice Trovvorldgc'B court on a chargo ot
trespassing. The troublo was created re
cently when Albert Payne fenced In a
piece of land lu Ulbbs As Payne's addition,
which Includes the space laid nut for
streets. This bind has 'been open for sev
eral years and was used as a publla pas
ture by residents In the Melnlty, but re
cently Jlr. Albert Payno built n fence
around the lind nnd at the mine time
closed up all the streets and alleys Includ
ed. At least, some of the residents claimed
the streets were closed. There Is some ills
tuito ns to whether or not the land Is legal
ly Included a pirt of the clly, but the elty
attorney sayn tho land Is a IcgU addition
iu luu diy.
In addition to four delegates recently
dieted lo represent the llenubllcans of
Argentlno In (ho Hcpubllcnn State League
at Topeka to-morrow, three mure will be
appointed by President I'rnnkey. The del
egates will go to Topeka Thursday morn
Professor C. It. Sorter enlertnlned the
members of the high school nlumnl at his
residence 111 Payne's- addition. The met.
Ing was held to make arrangements for
the annual biun.net.
W. Smith was fined JI by Pollc Judgo
Klncart yesterday for drunkenness.
An enjovnblo social and entertainment
was given last evening In Jletropolltnn hall
by the Ladles' Hplscopal Guild.
John Schmidt has returned from a brief
business trip to Cedar Junction, Kas.
Conductor H. L. b'rench, who was bitten
by a mud dog nt Wellsvllle. Kas., last Hit
tirday, returned home yesteiday. lie is
Jlrs. Williams, an aged woman who
former! v lived on Silver avenue, and two
orphan bos named llowmnn, were taken
lo the- county poor farm yesterday.
The ISaptlst church nt the corner of rtrst
stiect ami Knby avenue Is receiving a gen
A social entertainment will be given
Tuesday evening, April ."tf, at the home of
Jlrs. .1. K. Smith. No. Ill lliiby avenue, by
thu Ladles' Presbyterian Society.
(ulle a number of people living In the
West end are lib! up with the mumps
J. I'. Davis was lined JS.;.", In the police
court yesterday for selling goods without
a clly license.
Jlrs. 11. L. Alnsnorth left list night for
Diuilap, Kns to visit friends.
"rink" Houman, nho has been seriously
111 for several weeks with rheumatism. Is
JIis. L'tl Jennings Is quite 111 with the
Jlls JIuiv L Prnrler has returned to
Lawrence, after spending a fen d.ijs with
G, W. Tootb.iker and family.
The funeial of William Walker took
place lestiiday afternoon.
A oung elilld f Joseph Jtummy, of
Tinner, Is seriously ill with the scarlet
Dr J. II Holland attended the hoineo
pilhle convention In Kansas City, JIo.,
i: In nrd Nokes, of Holt. JIo, nas tians
nctlug business In this clly es(erday.
".Make me the most perfect made." R.ild
tho little girl In her evening prayer. She
wanted to be like Price's Hiking Pondei.
A UOltll '!( MHLM. IHI.I.OVtS.
A Scntch .Inuril.ll I'nllits Out Soino Pacts
We nre always glad to give young fel
lows struggling for a foothold on the lad
der of Hie a woid ot encouragement or
eomfml. Here Is "H. H" He Is onlv 11.
and et ho begins to reel Ills heait sink
within hlm. He has hid a do.en rebuffs In
his shoit espeilenee, and fiom the lone nf
Ills letter It would seem that lie feels
tempted to put down his swoul uml buck
ler. That would be a lowmllv thing to do.
Courage Is lndispens ible in miciess In
even linn of life, and it Is the mm with
go and "spunk" let hlm be peddler or pir
son wlio will succeed best. Our cone
spondent Is a mechanic "How some men
nre horn to luck," he eselalnis. "whilst mo
and sui h as me are compelled to stick lu
the mud" a despondent note that for one
so unrig "Look at men such as LMIson,"
he exclaims. "To lead the record of that
man's unci es Is enough lo give tinsm -ei-ssful
duirers the bluis To his sham he
bus had enough of the sweets of success
to satisfy a seme ot oidlnaiy men. Trull,
the win Id Is HI parted '
Itui If oui eoriespoiiiKnt considers whit
IMIson had to pass through befoie ho set
sail nu the sea of sun ess ho nlll ac
knowledge that lellson at least was not
wanting in pluck nnd push. Those who
knew hlm whin he was a joung man
would h.iM laughed one to scorn who
should h.uo piedleled (sas a writer In an
Ameilcaii papei) that the time would ever
i nine win n he would have as much ns a
quniter of a dollar which he might call his
own Tho trouble nas not that he was
without r.ipucll) lo earn He had no illt
llniltv In smiling lenuinf latlvo employ
ment, but lu his jnuthful days his savings
mnt fur books and Instruments, ami oft
tliiies iinib sci vlnir associates, and he al
wajs was In debt, nnd alnavs worn shabby
When he came to New York, In bis I'd
year, he was as poor as n church mouse.
Ho naiuleiid about the city for threo
weeks seeking employment, and we nro
told that in this time ho actually sintered
moin than uncn the pangs of hunger, Hu
eh. meed one day to inter the oillce of
Lins" Gold Heportlng Company Just at the
time when the stock quotation printer In
the centinl nilice nas la a state of col
lapse. "I think, Jlr. Laws," ho said, "I
can show you where the trouble lies," And
he was as good as his woid. IIo began lo
draw a salary of JAW a month the follow
ing daj. Aberdeen I'reo Press.
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Bath and Nursery.
For Pimples, Blackheads
Red, Rough, Oily Skin
and Baby Blemishes,
For Red, Rough Hands, with
Shapeless Nails and
Painful Finger Ends,
For Irritations of the Scalp
with DryThin, and Falling
Hair it is wonderful.
Sale greater than the
Combined Sales of
all other Skin Soaps.
BoM throughout lh world. I'rlc, 33c. Fonts
Sues and Cut. Coin1., ijolo l'ro., Co.toa.
3- All About the Bkla, Scalp, tad UIr," 1 1.
ACHINQ SIDES AND IACK.
Hip, Kidney, aod uterine p.lo. od
wckoK4 relieved lu on lulouu
i br it Cutlcur Aol.Pla flatter,
ITbo tint ud ouly pIo kiillo plum,
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
scrr ouowiNo oirr op tiii: contest
OP HLHAICI.IIY VS. TAVt.Olt.
tleorgo Onion, nn Old Hesldrnl ot the Clly,
Dies nt Ciuitiiiiipllun Trnups nt tho
Fort .Make a Pr.irllcn Murrli
Tn Justice W. It. TloniVs court yesterday
afternoon Stenographer N, U. Van Tuyl
filed suit to recover JWJ from County Treas
urer Joseph lllealiley, nllegcd lo bo due on
This caso will attract the attention of lo
cal politicians nnd In noino quarters may
bo looked upon ns n political tow.
Van Tiiyl'a original claim against Jlr.
lJlenMcy was fJOO and was for services In
reporting the contested election case of
Hleakley vs. Tnjlor.
Two 5 cars ngo, Dili fall, tho otij for
county treasurer resulted In n tic between
Jlr. Hleakley. tho Itcpubllcnn candidate,
and Jlr. TaMor, tho Democratic candidate.
Tho formur Instituted contest proceedings,
and the case was heard beforo Judges
Hawn, Ido nnd Hunl, sitting an u board of
contest, and this court decided that the
"Intent" or the voter should bo consider
ed, und proceeded to count votes for Jlr.
Taylor that wi re not plnced dlicclly In the
Miuirnnl Mm left of thu name, as tliostnt
iius demand, and by no consldeilng tho
"Intent" of tho voter, declared Jlr. TaMor
to be duly elected Jlr. Hleakley thereupon
uiiciiicii luu case lo iiie nisirict i ouri,
whoro Judgo Meyers, a Demo-Pop Judge,
overruled the contest eoutt, deciding Hint
ballots should bo marked directly un the
law directs, nnd by u recativass ot tho
votis gave tho treasurer'!! ntllco to Jlr.
llleoklev. The case was finally carried to
thu supreme court of Kansas nnd only lust
week the decision of Judge. Jleyiru vvus af
firmed, thus leaving Treasurer Hleakley se
cure In bin oillce. During all the Rtages of
tho proceedings Van 'luvl inndo tho record
on behalf of .Mr. Hleakley, and In bis nult
filed vesterday embodies u letter from
I'nlted States Senator linker, who waa Jlr.
Hliaklev'n attorney, ns follows:
"Joseph Hleakley, City.
"Dear Sir: Jlr. Van Tuyl Is entitled to
piy for his services In milking tho record
In your case. I think the amount of tho bill
lensonnble and should be pnld, or nrranged
In samo maimer sitlsfneloiv lo hlm. Youru
truly. I.UCIGN IIAKUll."
Mr. Hlenklev pild Van Tuvl I12S on the
elnlin, and propocd to pay SiOO In full set
tlement, but Van Tnvlo reduced his claim
bv the amount of $? and sued to recover
the balance of J.10". It Is niunng the prob
abilities that the milter will be settled be
foro leachliiE tho district court.
Another I'rartlco March.
The troops nt Port Leavenworth, eonlst
Ing of llm Twentieth Inftntry mid four
troops ot cavalry, had iinother prncllcc
march jesterdav. Thev were III complete
marching ordei, ready tor action, nnd each
soldier cm led one ration Thty were In
spected at the fort nt 9 o'clock, after which
the in.ueli was taken up for the Soldiers'
home, through the heait nf Liavciivvorth,
the dlstnnce being live miles The Twen
tieth regiment band discoursed music as tho
troops man bed llnougli tho elty, and citi
zens turned out en masse to sco tho mlll
taiv display. , , . ..
Colonel Hawkins was In eonumnd at th
head of the Infant! y. while the cavalry,
lu nihil by Colonel Sumner, brought up the
rear, followed by in ambulance.
Aiming at the Soldiers' home tho In
fantrv ncnt Into camp on the linn be
tween the residences of Jlnjor Shoekley
and Captiln Goodrich while tho cavalry
sought lest near the Ice bouse. Mere the
soldiers prepiied their ratlnns ns heal they
could, and at ! o'clock toou up thu leturu
match for the fort.
Jlanv nero the compliments paid the
snldlerlv pigeant and on nil shies It was
lemaiked "Colonel Hawkins Is a soldier."
The funeral or Herman Drum occurred
yesterd ly afternoon and iiimv friends
went tu Jlniint Jlunile cenu t rv fur the
first lime via the electric nllioid, as It Is
almost completed lo the c.-im-tciv g ite.
The funeial of the late II. r. Phelps will
tnke plate to-morion afternoon, from the
home. Ml Third av i line.
Leavennoith coinm indeiy No. 1. Knights
Templar, will conduct the services nt thu
house and nt the grave. King Solomon
lodge No 10, A P. and A. JI.. will net as
eseoit. The lellgious sei vices will bo cn
din ted by Hev T JI. Doss.
'I he Hev H. S. Thomas went over to lo
pek i sU idav.
The blejcle club will mike a run to Tort
Leavennoith to-morrow evinlng.
i: JI G iniioii eommeril.il agent of tho
Jllssouil Pacific raid, was In Liarnworlh
George JIcNutt. traveling p issengcr
agent for the "Katy," dropped ulf hero
e.wlerd.iv In (bit friends.
W I'oughlln division siipeilntendent of
the Jtl-iouil Pacific-, came down jesterday
fiom Ati hluon
L JI llib, of the electric roid, Is home
fiom a tilii to St. Joseph, JIo.
Judge All. r hid the iisii il grist In the
polb e court yesterday morning
Altnlhir Old 1'lnnei r Held.
At 11 o'clock yesterday morning Oeoige
Gulon, ever Ti) erus or age, ilUd nf con
sumption, at Ids lesldence, corner of Thlid
and Aieh stieets Tho deceased had re
sided In Leavennoith for more thin llilrtv
llve veais. most of the time being mguged
In the reil estate business, but for the last
few Mars be spent most ut' his time tn
California Hesldes a widow, now In Cali
fornia deicasid leaves two sons, Piank Jt.
and William. The latter Is now lu Callfni
nla, and Hie funeial will be deferred until
he returns homo. ,
Ills Jliither's Ki qui st
Jesse White, a colored lad, 11 jeirs old,
was yesterday nfternoou sonteniod In the
reform hnol. In .luullce llond's couit. on
the charge of petty larci ny The buy was
ai tested at the Instance of his mother,
who testified that till her tluin was taken
up by haul wnik and that she was not
alilo to vontrol tho boy. who had fallen Into
bad company. Sho wished hlm placed out
of the wny of evil nnd asked that he be
scut to the reform school, which was done.
Soldiers Homo Note.
Tho following named were granted fur
loughs veslerday at thu Soldiers' homo:
Putilck Denuv for ninety davs, to lllnck
Harlh, Wis : Joseph W. Pram.:, for sixty
ilis, to 'laltlmoie Mil,: Joseph It. Dell,
for thirty days, to Springfield, III,
Tho following mined ripoited for
duty yesterday, on account of expiration
nt furlough; Charles Jlnnn fiom Itaw-
Ilass, Wyo.; Georse WIddlromb, from
None tests so high, nono works fo well,
as Dr, Price's Cream liaklns Ponder,
They Tarried Ilullruly Too Lous nt Tin Ir
From the London Dallv Ncwa,
Tho burglars who stayed to supper at n
house In Hampstead, alter clearing out
the premises, nero not so very far out of
their reckoning of Impunity. They were
caught, Indeed, but by the police, nnd not
by tho owner of the premises, who had
twice heard them breaking Into the house
and bad twice allowed himself to be sat
isfied by a search In the upper looms. They
wcio at noik iu tho basement, and nero
naturally In no hurry to leave a place
gunided In that perfunctory way. After
seeming their booty they took a fowl from
the laider. cooked It over a stove In llm
green house and mado a heiity meal.
This, with a tumbler or two of toddy nnd
clgais, brought them to the did of their
night's work, and ut G o'clock they Bet out
for home. Hut n policeman siw them;
that policeman rairled u whistle ami a
stout lieart, and the rest need not bo told,
Tim onuer of tho promises may bo a phil
osopher, but tin re Is not alternative to this
supposition. It U iu ividenco that on
hearing .i "loud, rumbling noise," ha
searched the upper part of his house, and,
finding nothing, went back to bid. An
other loud, rumbling noise Induced him to
extend his senich to somo ot tho lower
Mights, with the sama result. A third
would, no doubt, have taken hlm to the
bisemeut. but bv this tltnu his guests wero
taking their little bit of supper and they
were under no necessity of further dis
turbing Hie re-poso ot thu family, The
whole incident eliowa a touching confi
dence on both sides that raises our re
spect tor human nature, a little more
und such thlc-vcs would have been capable
of consulting- such a victim In their choice
ot bis spoons.
'tho I'suul JI Intake.
Detroit Tree Press. Tho officer had ar
rested the prisoner for diunkcniicss, and
the Judge for some reason dismissed hlm.
the officer not twins' present when the case
vv as called. Later he met the lalo prisoner
on the street.
"Hello!" ho exclaimed In astonishment,
"what are you doing out hero?"
"On my way home." smiled the prisoner.
"How did oii gel outr
"The Judge dlschuigod me."
"How did that happen?'
"I don't kuow," smiled the offender
fain; "I (ucan be didn't know I wav
vr - r-;jT- .
igj tlll Leading 'liiilfrs f,naw
5 If your outfillcr Is out of sl or
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sf V. JII
2p anil In orilor tli.it he m.iy cct yon Ju't wlut J on wmt, write us for our JCS-
sfj SOUVCNIK OP I'ASMIONS. Co).os Ytn by null. g.
l Ct.Ur-TT, COON ( CO., iMakcrs. ractofhs, TKOV. N. v. J.
Committed nf rhjnlr! lus That Vlnltril
Poor 1 in in Will .Make Heport
The comtnltleo of phjslclans rlnglcd out
by the county court to visit the county
poor farm and report as to thu condition
of the Insane nt that Institution will mnkc
a report to-day. Tho icport, It Is said,
will prove a surprise to many of the hu
manitarians who have urged that all In
sane people be returned In tho Insane
asylums. The physicians, It Is stated au
thoritatively, will submit a upon recom
mending that all of the Imbeciles now con
fined ut the farm bo ulloived to remain
there, for the reason that no possible
change would better their condition. They
will also recommend Hint the Incurables
those who hive- been treated at the lurrino
ns.vlums and given up ns Incurable bo al
lowed to lemaln nt the farm. They will
also recommend tint the Insane people
who am now- confined at tho county farm
and who have not been treated at an asy
lum b" returned at ouce.
Should the county court act upon tho
advice of the phjslclans there will be but
little chango at the countv farm. The m i
Jorlty of those confined there are said to
bo lncurablo or imbeciles from birth.
Given a Light Pine.
Rev. P. D. Dixon, pastor ot the A. JI. n.
church at Hirrlsonvllle, JIo., but formerly
In charge of the A. Jr 1J. church. In this
city, pit In an appearance In Justice III
Hard's court lestculay as prosecuting wit
ness against Jloses and William Iirown,
the tivu men who nsmiitcil hlm Wednes
day list, near his home In ihls city, Hev.
l)lon looked the woise for weir. Green
slndes adorned bis ecs, a large bandage
made a belt lino mound his head and his
otherwise clcilcal appeannco was dls
llgured with sundry bruises mulcted by
the Hrovvns. Jlrs. Iirown, wife of Wllllnrn
Hronn, over whom tho row was precipi
tated, n is also present nt the tilal yester
day and threatened to divulge nutters
which would uthciwlse be kept secret un
less "Hrother Dixon" would go It light In
The charge preferred against Jtoscs nnd
Wllllini Hrown was that of common as
sault. The asault look place Wednesday
night ot lost wielc while Hev. Dixon nas
returning from a prajer meeting. They
shampooed the preneher'n head with a pis
tol, after charging hlm with improper con
duct toward Jlrs. Hronn
After hearing the evidence xcstcrdny
Justice JHIlanl fined the Drowns live dol
lars anil costs, which they pild, and ex
piessed a willingness to pav double the
amount If the sumo privilege was afforded
them in the tutuie.
Several Appointments C'nnllrined.
At the meeting of tho city council list
night .Major Ci inter brought tho names of
candidates for city appuliitnients before
the meeting for continuation Tho name ot
(I. W. Coakley was first voted upon and It
was conllrmc-d on the first billot us city
cleik. He l tho present Incumbent, ot the
The namo of W. T, Itenlck, for city phy
sician, was then piesented nnd releeted by
the council by a vole uf r, to J. Dr. S. It.
Derg nns next piesented by tho mayor
nnd on tho Hist vote tho ballot was a tio
I for and I against. The M-eond ballot was
t ikiui with the same icMilt and tho m.nor
declared the position still vacant. The
name of Juseph Peterson vias piesented
for lire vvuiden, but the balloting stood 4
for and S against conllimatlon, one coun
cilman not voting, and the mayor decl ired
that there was no appointment Tho niiiiie
of Jlitt Pony was then piesented and
confirmed as lire wardui bv a vote of & to
.' The namo nf Port Sampson was con
firm! d as cltv bill poster, thero being but
ono dissenting ole.
Itcpnrt nn Pirn Alarm System.
The commlttco appointed to repoit to the
city counill on a suitable fin iilaiin system
for tho elty picsentnl to tin- council nt
thu mcetlnr last night a minority and a
majority leport. The mlnoiltx favond tho
telephone sjsiem tiiidoi inunlclp.il control,
'llm maloiliv lepoit thought this Hjstcm
loo expensive, us It would cost tho city
$1,100, and favored a signal file alarm.
DUtlugllKbt d .11,11 Hero.
Profefsor duties r. Sargent, professor
or lorestry and director of Arnold's ar
bart'tiim, Harvard unlversitj, at Cam
bridge, Miieh., and Piofessor William
Trelease, director of the Jllssourl bot inlcal
gaiden, Ht. Louis, arrived In this city yes
terdiy, as the guests of Professor Piank
Hush, the well known botnnlst, of this city.
The distinguished gentlemen while vlsiiin
In this city will make u study of willows,
of which Jack'-on county baa an Innumer
able variety. Thty have each a reputation
which Is world wide, and Professor Sar
gent is an acknowledged authority in
North America on treis. Hf Is engaged
In writing a wot It entitled "The Sllva of
Jliurlio Turner IEi least d,
Tho trial of JInurlce Turner, on the
charge of embezzlement, took plaeo jes
terday In Justice Jones' couit. Turner,
who was a collector fur the Prudentlnl Life
Insurance Company, was anested Novem
ber last on tho chargo of collecting JIT IK),
which It Is nllegcd that he tailed to turn
over, Tho books of the company worn
brought Into coin t and the trill took up
tho entire day, A largo number ot wit
nesses were placed upon tho w lines i stand
to substantiate tho charge against Turner.
Tho Jury after ,i short deliberation found
tha defendant not guilty.
llniueli n.lniirnal" Oillce.
Tho branch oillce of tho Journal Is loeat.
ed In the Clirlsman-.Sawer building. Sub
scriptions, advertisements or local news
wlli receive prompt attention at this oillce,
Tho Journal Is delivered to all parts of Hie
city for 4J cents per month or 10 cents a
week. The earlier service of the Journal
will bo maintained nt Its present high
standard, Should any Irregularities occur,
notify tho branch oillce, this city.
Itev. Addison Wallice, of Jtexlco, Jto,,
Is the guest of bis parents In this clly.
JIis. Jlary JlcParlaiul, ot Pleasant Hill,
JIo , Is the guest of .Mrs. ft. w. lluuhanan,
at her homo on Kouth fining sticet.
John tlregorglus and ri.irah JI. Itelnbnrt
vveio Issued a license to nmrry jesteulaj
H. A. Gallagher received a telegram 5 is.
teiduy to the effect ibat his daughter. Jlrs
JInrtlar.d, at Pulton, JIo., hud a relapse
nnd that her life was detji.ilied of,
JIis. Itti.in Nichols died at her home near
Oik firovo Jlonday and the lemilns were
brought to this cl jesterday for burial
Jlrs. Nichols was tho widow of James
, M J SI
1k ana you u save tlie darning, You haven t
yj VS rubbed the things to pieces, and you
i won't have to mend them. And another
kind of darning won't suggest itself,
Jjr 1 either, for you haven't tired your-
J eolP ,-inf tn frli.s nmrc .,:.- .:!, tLo
hardest of women's work.
tnii is a
you an imiUtiov. be hcaest
No NViilUii";, Nt Womlorln-R
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if they'll Pit.
J .1"-, TTTTT
mir I f" "II I mi. m "-
nrc Rcndy to Wcnr, nntl
Hvery (hirmctit lit (liinrantccd.
of this brand of Shirts.
sljle von ilcslrs, let Mm pet It for voti,
Is n, dangerous symptom. It shows that
tho blood Is In u depleted condition und
ncoda to bo purified nnd vitalized by
A few bottles of the nrcnt blood purifier
will overcome that Hied feeling und glvo
strength nnd vigor to the whole system.
KHINNV ItlHI'S WILD (JIIAltCi:.
How n Cavalryman Involuntarily Dlncna
rerlnl n llutnii lb glmciit.
Rom of the most amusing stories nro
those which havo a serious side. An old
i onreiierntc soldier the other day told a.
Courier-Journal man a. story that Is verv
laughable In these dajs of peace. It was
after John Jlorgan was mule a general
that a company was formed of romo ot
his old siiuailron who had Just returned
fiom Camp Chase, wheie for some tlmo
they had been Imprisoned. The company
bad been formed by a man named Quirk, a.
reckless, daring fellow, and a stranger to
fear. The company went by the name or
At this time the company was down In
Middle Tennesseo and was aklrmlshlng
around for a light, when they suddenly
c.iinu upon a regiment ot Federal cavalrv.
In a short while the two bodies of sol
diers were standing face to face, and tho
bullets were 11 Ing thick nnd fast through
the air. The light that followed nas a
desperate one, and each slJe beemed de
termined lo slnnd Its ground. Suddenly,
ns the light was at ltn hottest, a horso
was seen to dash out of the Confederate,
lino and Man lu a direct line for tho
Yankee leglment On the horse's back wa
a man nnmed Hngllsh, who was leaning
hick In his saddle and pulling with all
his might In a futllo effort to stop Ills
frlghtincil horse. The animal wns yellow
in color, and In running took long and
clumsy jumps. The rider finally saw that
be could not stop the animal and he made
up his mind to make the best of the situ
ation. He leaned forward In his saddle un
til his head almost touched his horse'a
neck nnd his hands dispell tho bridle near
the bit. Hi en the rider's ears seemed
pinned hack, so great was bis effort to
make himself ns small as possible. Hlu
face was as paid as death. On went tho
animal toward the regiment, turning nei
ther to the light nor left, nnd closer and
closer did thu rider keep to the animal's
The Yankees saw the horse with Ita rider
miking straight for ihem and they nera
seized with consternation. Some of tho
soldiers ceased firing and looked excltedlv
at the half maddened animal Ilj Ing tonnid
them In a shoit while he reached the
regiment, but did not stop. The Federals
almost fell upon each other In their efforts
to iet away from the horde's heels, and a
regular panic followed. The unlmnl went
plunging through the center of the regi
ment, foaming at tho mouth, with heal1
down The hore and rider dashed on
thiough the entire regiment, nnd thr au
ktes kept making way lor them all lonn
the line. Not a shot was fired until be ha I
gotten out of range, and thin uc.irlv h
of the regiment, nho managed to i.
themselves fiom their astonishnu-ni ' i
at a cloud or dust rising in tlie air I n
horse and rider wero at a safe di- i i
Thu horso mule a complete ilrde. l i
Ing to the Confederate lompanv in sn
When tho repels saw their lOiinart- ' '
returned without a scratch fiom s i '
dangerous ride, they almost forg '
light beforo them, and time- went up ,
"Man dellghta not me; no. nor woman
either," declaimed Hamlet. Hut he would
have enjoyed food made with Dr. Price s
NO LAP. 1 Oil 31 17.1 1 C.
Davis Tells of nn Ocean Traveler's
Lspi rleuee Willi li 11 mil.
Richard Harding Davis tells a good
of one of his trans-Atl intlo trlns.
Tho pissage, ho savs, was mado delightful
uy music ne ureauiasi. iiinuer unci lea.
but thero was one p issengcr who objected
to music. For the Hist three dnvs ho re
mained lashed to his steamer chair, like
a mummy, with nothing showing but a
blue nose and cloed cvellds. Tho band
Played at his end of the- deck, and partly
because the lingers of tho plavera wero
nearly frozen, p irtly beeaiUo of tho sud
den lurches of the ship, tho harmony was
Those nho had an eir for music picked
up thrlr Hteamer chnlu and moved up to
windward, but this voting man, being half
dead and firmly lished to his place, vv.n
unablo lo savu himself. On the morning
or the fourth dav, when tho concert was
ovr and tho band had gone to thaw them
selves, tho ouug man sat suddenly up
right and pointed bis forefinger ut tho
stai lied passengers. They had generally
dei Ided tint he was rtoid "Heaven knows
I'm a sick linn," he sild, blinking his
ejes feebly, "but If I live till midnight
I'll Und out where they hide these horns,
nnd I'll drop 'em Into the Cult stream If
It takes my dvlng breath." Ho fell over
Inekwnrds, and did not epeak again until
land was reached.
The greatest ndepts In the culinary art
aic particular to use the Itoyal Ilaklim
Ponder only, and the authors ot the most
popular cook books and tho teachers of the
successful cooking schools, with wham tha
best results uio Imperative, ure careful to
Impress their readers und pupils with tho
Impoitaiico of Us excluslvo employment,
A .liipiursn I'upir Filiform.
Pall JIall Gazette: As ne write wo nr
clad In ii suit of paper as supplied to tho
Jnpaneso soldier on service. It U thorough
ly light, usy undir the onus nnd over the
chest The trouseis, It Is true, are knlek-
iboekers. and bad to the Impression tint
the Japanese soldier Invariably wears his
loft leg stumer than his right; but this,
wo believe. Is the result of art, rather than
natuie-. It is said tint this paper never
leurs, Is very warm and seldom wears out.
Wo should lecuinmcnd tho poor to wear
llm P. JI, a. under their coats this cold
neither. A man might make a handsome
living by hiving advertisements primed
cm himself, nftei the manner of the nrav.
Ing machine. Three clothes would also
make lis fui pijamas, being elegantly fitted
with tapes und buttons, Just llko real. Lo
lien liken Ilium. We got Into them without
li-arliig them, but we me not unite sure
whether wo shall ever e t out again. Later:
,'.'. B0,1. .UUV "f tlic"1' ,J1U ""' Jr very
dllllcult lo fold up.
This Matter of Darning
doesn't amount to much, with the women
who use Pearline, Most of it lias to be
done because you persist in rubbing tilings
over the washboard so. You have to, to
get them even passably clean, if you wash
with soap in the old way, Use Pearline
Ulll, (.Vf WIC CIU39 IJUllll VMWI 111C
some unscrupulous grocer will tell vou.
rood as pr "the same as pearline. lib
V- r'Al SK l'eirlmc if never iieddled. if vour grocer sends
,ter.JU teti. iH JAMES PVLB, New York.