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VOLUME XXXVTI, NO. K21.
KANSAS CITY, AlMUh L, JS0.5.
JM.rai3 TWO OIONTS.
Have you bought your
Spring Suit yet?
Conic sec wlmt wo arc showing in Spring Stylos. Wo
can please you in color unci cut. Wo will lit you as finely as
any tailor. Our varieties are large and you know there is
no doubt about our qualities. This is just the time to buy.
Lighter 'weight Undenvear it another thing you need.
Money back, if yon want it.
BPio"wnsri3src3-, kzihsto & co,,
HOI and 1IU3 -Main and 11 Eleventh St.
THE COK.3STEK. STORE.
A REMARKABLE PICTURE.
Father Lambert, or till in, Is t'oniplctlug n
tlrmt Painting ('illicit "Ibe Coin
ing I) irkncss."
Milan, Mo., April Ss. (Special.) Milan
lias in r.ither I.-imbert, rector of St.
liars 'h church, one ot tlio most remarkable
amateur artists In the West. "Amateur"
Is the proper term, rather Lambert Insist",
ns lie. Is set a tt ry soung man, nml hits not
offered to pulllc galleries any of tho nu
merous productions of hla biush, but baa
rather Kept them hi tho background except
to personal friends, with tho view of secur
ing pennanint glory from his masterpiece,
"The Coming Darkness," a hugo cam as not
yet completed, depleting Chi 1st on tho
cross as tho centerpiece, and the gathering
ilnrkniss that ecn n.ituie recognizes a
realization of tho ciiicltlxlou of a Uelty.
The story is completely told. The group
ing Is tin.; to tho descriptions of the sic no
us told by John, and whllo the canvas Is
not ovcic! untied 'with IlEiircs, the Impor
tant personages are nil theie so huiuaii
llko, so leal surrounding the Chilt. At
tlio right are the scilbcs and Pharisees.
The high in lest, holding In his hand the
scroll upon which Is written In llebiew
char.ictets tho edict that the Messiah was
to come; his features plainly Indicating
that ho spurns tlio claims ot the Christ
Deslde hlni aro two of his companions,
showing satisfaction at the tlicislon, a
third, equally s.itlstled, has tin nod bis facu
toward tho city below, toward whicli the
Christ Is looking with Indcllnable itslgim
tlon, love and torglvcness, a lay of sun
light falls across Ills haul and f.iee a sun
light that struggles to foice itself through
a rift of the darkening clouds that aie
about closing to shut the Unlit, to hide the
shame from humanity, and even from na
ture "the shame of humanity that later
proves tho glory ot Illni who dies to savo
oven his persecute! s," rapturously ex
plained the good father.
At tho foot of the cioss and between the
crosses bearing the thief nml the robber,
nro Blithered the Holy Virgin, John the lie
loved and Mary Salome, and at the left of
His cross Mary Magdilcu crouches The
dlvlno mother sits weeping, but listening
to tlio words of loo and truth Horn lllm,
and tries to be cointoi ted. John, tile be
loved, with hands clasped and head bared,
stands with deep mid n wiem mien de
pleted In his face; Hilonit, somewhat In tlio
fiackgiouiul, lull of contrition, but belief,
alts bowed with sot row
Tho group to the lett, re presuming tho
rtomnu soldiers, Ih a stiuh In Itself Hav
ing decided bv lot who should senile the
Master's I ilinent, thes hate tin own iisldu
tho dice, and ale content to emy out theli
iiistrnetions, not noting or taring lor the
dellant cuises ot the Impenitent lobbei. the
eontilte piajors of the penitent thiol, or
tho Inspired words of Him who came to
savo the world.
Tho studv In icm-iikable In Its tiutbful
ness to detail and ivondoi-rut In its concep
tion. While far fiom finished, the canvas
has been pionomiei d by cntinolsium one
inilnmt one, at bast as hating gieat
While tho detnll Is one of tho most lin
poitant features, the uhJiUH mil and
true to life as handed down to us, the Im
agination of the in list has boiti given lull
swing While rather Lamlnit do s not at
tempt to conit.il his Ceinuin schooling In
nit. his work Is oilgli'.il and altogether
stilklug. ,, , ,
Rither Lambert was le. ently prnmhed
aid from sesciul trluuls towaid stcinlng
a nl.uo for the exhibition of his master
piece, and may be foiceil to ai eept one of
the olTers, wldi h will take the pletme n.ist,
but still he hopes to be en.ibbd to exhibit
It In Knns.iH t'liy and St .loscpli at lend
befoie It Is token avvaj Home irleiids are
winking UP an lnteiest anions the local
ciltles and the levels of ait In Missouri
Kutlicr l.anibi'it has bi en at woik about
a tear on his pit tine, ami expects to have
It linished b not later than Juno 30.
SALVATION ARMY CAPTURED,
Tho lint Ire Oikbnol, (ul.. Corps rimed to
summit r bv Hie I'ollio and
Put In .lull.
Oakland, Cab, April 2s. Tho Snlvatton
Aiuiy corps of ths city, headed by Flu
id en Wood, man lied into the oily prison
list night in custody of Clilaf HehaelTci
who ariestrd the uuiio atmy on a charge
of obstructing the street. Tho army hard
ly anticipated the entire p.inlson would bo
forced to capitulate to the supeilor au
thority of tho pollco department ut that
Tho army carried Its threats Into notion
last evening and, histoid of simply paiiul
Ing through tho streets, took Its uceus
tomed stand on tho coiner and commenced
Us open air session. Tho leader had no
permit from Mayor Davie to hold the sen.
Ice. as tho nidlnuiice letpilies, hut lln
sign Wood, after consultation with attor
jiejs, decided to glvo battle to tho
authorities as to the salldlty of tho ot
dinance, which prohibits street meetings
within tho llro limits without the written
sanction of the. mnvot. Ilnslgn Wood and
his Saltation follow eis do not bellcvu that
tho oidlnatica Is eoustltutlonal,
IMII.YlSit ON 'I III", W.UU'ATII.
They Arn Cuiiidiig 'lerror nml llxilteineiit
In North Dakota.
Winnipeg, Man.. April 2S, A Klllarney
dispatch to tho l'ree Press repoits that
near St, Johns, N, D Just over the
Manitoba boundary, 1,50) Indiana and
half breeds aro on tho warpath, and that
TuO women and children aro In tents on
the prairies. Troops from l'ort Tottcn aro
ordered to St. Johns. A man named Itoss,
living near the boundary lino on the Can.
aillan side, was chafed by Indians and
had to lice for his life.
A Now Trial for Goiirdaln.
Topeka, Kas.. April S.-(Speclal.) It. B,
Welch returned from St. Louis laatwUht,
whero he argued (or and 6ecurtd a new
trial for L. A. Uourdaln, the New Orleans
man who wu recently convicted In the
United States court here t of using the
United States mulls for lottery puiposes.
Courdalti Is said to be a very rich man,
but when he was placed on trial hero lie.
refused to employ a lawyer, tried hlu own
case and made out a worse one against
himself than the prosecution could pos.
elbly have done. It U supposed Uourdaln
expected that In the event of conviction
he would be simply lined, which ho could
pay and go about his business. I!ut when
judge Foster sentenced him to a fine of
l.',W and ninety dajs In the county jail at
Topcka ha quietly sought a luvvjer and a
new trial. The case will come up tor its
fsooud ifitl at fit. l?aul in October.
King & Go.
OVER ONE HUNDRED DEAD.
furlliir llotnlls of the Itreaklng of tlio
tlrtat ltntii D.vt.,, iur
Kplnal, Trance. April ii The list of tho
fatalities caused by the breaking .vesterday
morning ot the gloat llonrey dyke-. In the
liplnal district ot the Verges, Increases
every lioui. one bundled and fifteen
deaths have alreadv boon loported, but
only fifty bodies have been recovered. It Is
believed that the death list will bo greatly
In excess of the llgmes above given when
all the districts nie heaid from. It Is sup
posed that many of tho dead were swept
Into Isolated places where It will bo a long
time before they are found.
The wholo region over which tho thous
ands of tons of water swept In a resistless
Hood Is stiewn with overj sort of wicek
agi, and the whole countij presents a
most desolate appearanro. In many places
the earl) crops were sv.ept clean out ut
the giound and the losses thus liicutrcd
will be very heav. Six brigades of gen
darmes have at lived and tin have been
detailed to act as guards. Ktery attempt
Is being made to leoiganlze the dlsttlet,
but this Is rendered dllllcult bv the watets.
The At lei e. a s-m ill stream. Is now in some
places a mile and n half wide. The railway
In the vlclnltj ot the D.irnlulles station
was torn up, lalho.id ties swept away and
the embankments destrojed. Neatly every
bildgo in the line of the Hood was either
swept awav or so badly damiged they
will have to be lebullt
The cojisti notion of the elj k or dam was
commenced In UTD and ilnished In lii In
1VJ It was greitly strengthened. It was
htavj masomy UU j.uds long, CiJ feet high
and M, feet thick ut the line. The masomy
was can led Into the ground to a depth ot
thirty feet below thu level of the valley
Into which the reservoir rllsch irged Its
water. It was built against a veitlcal face
of solid iock having a maximum height of
eighteen feet Th lue lested III a sand
stone bottom of natural ioimatlnn
'Ihe ni isslve constitution or tho dam was
consideied to he a guaiantee that it would
hold link nnv weight ot witer that could
be luought against it. rntll the strength
ening 01 the iv oik in isyi it teas not sub
jected to the lull pitssuio of the water
which it was built to hold.
The ilistiess among the homeless dwell
ei s of the talle Is vtry gloat ami In miniv
casos they ,ippar to lie menially be
numbed ht the calamity that has fallen on
The government is fully awake to the ill
aster ami Is iiolng evil thing possible, to
iclleve their snlleilng
All the miiiilelp il authorities are woiklng
oe ifdesslv In illstilhtitlng rebel and seek
ing to In ing ordet out of the ehaos pi to
talling. iivi "in inm pcrsoiiSfiom the mar
by towns and the siirinuiKUi,' country vis
ited the scone ot the 'HsusToi to-day.
At I nMnth. this ft (i noon the Initial of
llftoeu of the vlttlnis took place at Dome
vtie, one of tin villages Hut sutf, red tin
woist tiom the liiuntl itlon. Two thousand
peisons aitended the fuinral, whith was
held while the naves vvcie being dug
Theie weie mam heartrending scenes
v hlle the bodies were being consigned to
the eai th.
London, April 2). A dWpitch to tho
Dillv News tiom l'arls sijs: The catns
irophe oteurred a few minutes before C JO
oilock In the morning A stonecutiei
who hid Just commenced work a short
distance from the leservolr saw the front
of ihe wall, sixty teet high and fiom li.i
to 1M) seal ils long, came down almost ln
Htatitlv. The water poureil tovvn tho val
ley, forming ,i bom about Mixtion foot
high Tin Hood ii at led Monisej at 7.OT
o'tloik, having traveled elghteni miles In
less than an hour and tlm e'-ipiai tors. The
piefett of Vosg ts estimates the number of
victims at 117 This hiss of 111 o Is piobibly
until i -estimated, as no news his jet boon
rtcelved fiom the pulsh of I'lUell, through
which tho tortent pissul
The sound of the butstlug dam was
beard sevei.il miles nw.iv. The great rush
of waters lastid about fifteen minutes
when 0 ooo.noo ouble meters ot water ind
passed through the hio.il.
EXTRA SESSION TALK.
t.oicrnor Morrill snjt s One tiny it,, Called
uml, Ag lilt, It Mil Not 'lbirnH No
Topeka, Kas., Apill Ss (Special ) fiov
etuor Morilll has called a meeting of
tlio stata executive council for Monday
afternoon at 2 o'cloi k. for the puiposo of
considering the nppointtiitut of an atchl
teet to supetlutend the wotk of construc
tion upon tho state house and al.u to
provide for starting the woik, Theto will
be. In i omul tlgiires, l.'",,ii available for
woik on the capitol dining the iuc.se at
joar, iebteida tho 'lovunor said: ".My
desire was to push its, work l.itteralls
that is. to llnlsh the lower lioui of the
main bullillng llrst, but the attliltccts tell
mo the woik must bo conducted perpcu
illcularl, llulslilng fiom tho cellar to the
loot, us fat at ios thu main building as
our moiie) will take us. 1 am in favur
ot putting In tho elevator and fixing up
looms whieli may be u&ed hi committees
if tho legl.latiiiti should meet In special
session next Januiiy."
"Do ion think tlure will bo a special
session" Inquired thu teporler, pricking
up his ears,
".My dear fellow, how can I tell," te
spuuiled tho governor "There may bo a
special session next Julv for ull that J
know. Who can tull what contingencies
may arise; No, I have not changed my
mind about tho special session next Jan.
uaiy, though 1 have loally eomo to no
deilnlto conclusion about it. The consti
tution and laws am in such a queerly
tangled up mess upon the legislative ap
poiilanmeiit that It is still an open tines
lion whether the apportionment must be
made in the leai or our land 189o. An
wa), i ran Hud nothing mandatory upon
me to call the special session. Supposing
1 did not call It, what would happen?
Anything seilous? I think not. If a new
apportionment was made It would u fleet
a comparative few representative ills,
trlcts. If It Is not madu wo go right along
as wo aru now and no tery overpowering
Injustice will be done. I certainly shall
feel very loth to spend J30,O or JI0 0O0 of
the people's money for no other purpose
than to make a new representative up.
portlonmcnt. lint us I said, lime may be
giaver miestlons than that reaulrlns leg.
At any late, the governor will Impress
upon his council the necessity of providing
facilities II rot for the legislature. It Is
likely that the work of llulslilng will com
mence at the south enttauco and proceed
north. Tho governor's roms are to be at
the south entraiue, the other state of
fices following ulong the mala hall until
the north end Is leached, whero tho tec
retary of state's quarters will be located.
This Solid Oak Arm Rocker Only
We Have Plenty of Them.
WATCH TIIIS SPACE for BARGAINS
Siiiiill Hockcrto .Mulcli Only
FURNITURE & CARPET CO,
121(5 to 1221 Main Street.
MR. BAYARDJN THE WAY.
Ills llURllnli l'rotllvllbs Are ""iiltl l II mill
er Our I orelgii I'tilli) to a Ortiit
Washington, Apill 3. (Special ) It some,
thing should happen to take Ambasr.ulor
lhiyard out of the service It Is believed
that It might be possible for the picsent
ndnilnlstintlon to hate a fori Ign policy
when Ihigl.md Is involved Ah It is, ho ic
ni.ilns In the w.i. and thcro Is a vciy poor
chance to Inaugurato a polio lhat amounts
to .-nothing when England Is Interested.
It Is understood In state department cir
cles that Mr. laard Insists that tho
United States has no tight to Intel feru
with matters in Soulh and Central Amei
lea. Winn Kngluud is concerned theie Is
no such a thing as the Monroe doctilue for
pinctlutl use It is to be hold til) as a
beautiful tbeoi, but when the tlmo comes
to apply It, and Ihigland ts Interested, It
amounts to nothing
Thu position of Mr. Hijutd makes him n
tetj. useful otlltial for Ihlgland, but a teiy
pom one for the I idled States As the
I nltetl Slates Is piling his salary, and ho
Is expected to look attei the Interests of
this eountiy, It might be supposed tint
Mr. Iiajaid would do something that would
bo of benefit to this eountiy. Hut to those
who know- -Ml. llauid it is not suiprli-lng
Hint he should continue to do the things
Knglaud wants him to do, ettn when bis
action Is against tho Intel csts ot the United
Tho flifiuls or Ambassador Uustls mis
that he Improved nn opportunity to give
Mr. llatnid a hint son nil jeaisngo tvlnn
he made some taustii tcmarks about tho
poidtlon ot Mr. Hnvunl In illplomitie mat
ters, In whli h LmJaud was Involved, and
when .Mr. !aard appealed In Ids usual
lole of lavoilug Ihigliud.
In this oomiKtlou It Is letnlled that tho
late Senator riumb gave .Mr. tin aid one
of the si von st thuiupings at I, iwienei
some seals ago that was ever heard lis- an
audience. 'Ihe K tns.ins piesent weie wild
with delight to hear him seond because oi
his iiii-AtiioiU.il. position and his iv blent
leaning towaids Curope. That otcaslim
will long be lememliiied In K ins.is, but
his treatment bv Senator I'lttmh did little
tow aids linproving the Americanism ut
11 Is ilinily bell, ved that It liajaid was
out of the wav the rutted States would at
this time be able to make some htailwas
In si i ill lug business with South Anieiiea
An opportunity Is now- piesentnl bv the
complications In Vrneiicla and Nltaiagui,
which. If pinperly hninlled, would plate
the United States In a position to tout
other counliles to admit that they could
not run over this half of the woild without
being lompdUil to ai count for til. Ii no
tions in some mntti rs to the United St ttes
Tlio chatici Is presented for Ineieaslng oui
Hade illations with the South Ameilean
lopiihltis. and to capture their Hade, which
nlonii has made other loilntiles ilth All
this trade could )ie tllvtited to tho United
States f nun llngland and tbirope If tho
udiiiliilsiiatlnn was eiiual lo the occasion.
The piisiilint and tin secretin J of stato
aro Inclined lo admit. It Is said, tint theto
Is a (hanee of a conliuy somewhere con
cealed In the situation, but tbev are so be
tiMTgcd and dominated by Mr I lav ml, who
Ik assisted In his task by the fonlgn olllt o
of Unglunil. that tbev cannot ste It.
It Is believed that Uugland has used Mr.
ltataid most effectively III preventing tho
I lilted Statt s fiom taking hold of tho Nlc
ar.igu in i.in.il It Is known that Ml ll.is
aid did soino woik In this Hue In the house
Hill i Ing up all possible objection townnl
df featlng the pntc i prise In fact. Mr lias
inil nlwiiss ndvlscH this eouutiv to do Just
whit UnglTiid wants done, and of toinse
in all South American matteis. Is ug.ilust
the Inteiests of the United States. When
Mr. Ilajnid gets tliinugli, or Is i piloted
fiom duty possibly the Interests of the
United States In llngland will be Intrusted
to some nuo who will not play Into the
hands of that coiinliy against the Inteiests
or the eountiy ho lepiesents.
A NEW AMERICAN DOLLAR.
ovel l'l in of I bo lb t roll "tribune" to Set
tle the l'ro Colli Igo On, Minn.
Detroit, Mleh.,Aprll 2S Tho Tribune (llo
publlc.in) will to-morrow- publish an cdl
toilal leader, which will declaio In favor
of the solution of tlio present money ipies.
lions by tho cie.itlon of .i new dollar, to
bo composed of propoi donate parts of gold
'and silver. The articles ipiotes the dcclat
alions of thu Itepubllcan national plittoims
of ltsu and 1J- In favor of bbiiietnlllsiu,
and points out tlm dingers of a inaction!
sllvel mouo-inctallisui through the tin ow
ing open of the mints to unlimited coinage.
It calls attention to the dlllleultbs and de
lays which would ntlilid Ihe negotl itlon of
an liiteruatlouil compact and tiuestlous tho
succvsslul maintenance of a parity ot gold
and silver by that means In any event. It
calls upon tlio ptrts to fulfill its platform
pledges by formulating, without delay, a
practical scheme for bl.mctalllsin, espe
cially In tlow of tho threatened illttnlegra
Hun of patties and dialling ot new parly
Hues, with gold mono.nietalllMii on uuu
sldo and bllver niono-metalllsm on tho oth
er. Continuing, the Tilbuue advocates tho
composite dollat as a measuie easiest til
elloct, and with the least disturbance to
business of any plan suggested, it pio
puses: "That ull existing coinage laws be
lepeateel and theie be enactid a law cleat
lug a new American dallai, which would
be the sole standard coin of the nation, tho
dollar to be composed of iWi gialns of
htandiud silver and Li 0-10 grains ot stand
nrd gold fused together and stiuck Into a
handsome coin about thu bUe of the pres
ent half dollar. ... , .
"The coin would be absolute stable value
for. In case of disparity ut any tlmo in the
commercial values of gold and silver, what
was lost by one metal would be made up
by the exactly correspond!!!,; appreel itlon
of the other."
As to the imcstlon whether tho proposed
dollar would be available for export, the
Tribune icplles: "It would not be neces
sary to export tho coin while uncoined gold
could be piocured, which would bo Just as
available. If, at any time, It became neces
saty to separate, the gold from the sliver,
It could be done at the United States mint
at a cost of less than I per cent. This very
cost would be a protection against the ex
portation of the eolu while uncoined bullion
iv as obtainable,"
r.MitiAMi wit.i. siti;i,t, cnitiMo ii-
IMIIHINlrt. is NO I PAID,
SENSATIONAL RUMORS RIFE,
ti.si: is thai citr.vr ititn.M.s is
An nit Moiti; 'i mutt ioiiv.
It I. s.iid ih,. tnllcil Sfnles lias A.lteil
lb it Omit llrllnln Hisl.l I ruin
I'urtliir t'o of I nrtc for I wo
1 1 ks to tllve .M( iirugiiii
n (h line.
Wnflunglon, April IS-tSpoelnt) The
state depiiimetit hag been ndvlsul that the
llrltnh will bombard Corlnto uiiless the
Indeinnitj is paid
Now ork, April SS A special lo tho
World from 1'ass do C.ihillore, Nicaragua,
snSH "The pi in of Nicaragua lo Isolate
the Itritlsh nt Cot Into Is In lug i archills
carle d out Orders fur goods to bo sent to
Corlnto have been countermanded until the
blockade Is ralKCtl.
"Tho prospect now Is lhat tho Ilrltlsh
will ocrupy more territory. It Is not be
lieved that the United States will allow
New- ork, April 2S. A special to the
World fiom Managua, Nleaiagua, sass:
Communication with Corlnto has been in
terrupted. A rumor Is In circulation that the
United States him reiuisted Clie.it liilt.iin
lo grant Ni. aragua Iwo weeks lo pay the
Indemnity before resorting to fnico and
that limit liritaln has agreed to do po.
(Joi eminent olllclals will only sas that
theto Is nothing decisive s.t A special
courici beirlng Important tll'p.itt lies left
Corlnto tills afternoon. The government
made Fpirl.tl efforts to prevent antl-llrlt-Ish
It Is ntllrined that the government has
rnrvvaiiled to llngland luoufs against the
Ilrltlsh I on-ular Agent llaiih
NlutinMUiH nnsvvpi lo Hie iiltlm ltiim
was hinded Admiral St' fdit nson 1'rl las .
It refused to accept lingliiiid's propo-aK
All Uilbtld l'l .lie.
Washington, April !X rliKiichcs re
ceived bs the Associated l'ress to-d ly from
Lnntlon and Costa lite i throw add llonal
light on the- attitude of lln administration
In regal d to the Nlcaragii.ia Incident It Is
evident that buth the limed Stales and
the Central American ref ublles note anx
ious to st inn a peaui ful st t Helmut of the
tllllleults b,v the payment ut the indemnlts
demanded bv (iie.it lirit.iin for tlio expul
sion of Pro-Consul Hutch Piesldnil Ygle
slas. of the lepubllc of i osta Itlca, if the
cable adviies ate correct offered to con
tribute a portion or the umniv. while the
state department here, through Ambass i
dor Has anl at London, nil inged for an ex
tension ot two weeks in width the muni v
could bo t.ilsed If Nlcarigua would agree
to settle on this biisls. It Is not known
exactly what lepresentntions were made
lo the state department hire by Nicaragua
or Nlcurigua's represent Hive to Induto
Set rotary (Jresham to i il.Ie Mi ltivard
these Ins ti notions, but as the popul it fi cl
ing In Nicaragua was nil against j it Idlng,
it is believed that the gun mint nt nf Nit -magna
(Oinliided, out oi 'lift it m tu it
and posslbls as a means or Us own pies
crt. itlon, to stand out In the hope of ulti
mately Inducing. If possible, netlte Inter
tentlon of the UnlteupfltJitcs.
It is said that the st He depirtinent has
all along advised Nloarigna that the ex
pulsion of Consul llaiih was an offense
that no self-iespeeting eouutiv could over
look, and piullipt lepirition was ln. (lleat
liritaln When I.imnton and Wlltliink,
the eitlens or tin I lilted SI itt-s wen
i xpelied fium lllin Ileitis list Julv foi al
lefgod itiinplleltv in tin con-pirn 5 to
tlefs Nit.liagu.ltl autholitv on the Mos
ijuiio to ist, In whlih It was slid Consul
Hatch wis Involve I, the sentiment In this
tuuntrs was strong, ami the st ite de
pitttneiit took su h vigorous slips that
Lampton and W'iltb ink wire not only pei
inltteil to leiuin, but tin v Mir. ustuied to
ill tin Ir lights .in.) properls and i publli'
ball was given In theli honoi At Hint time
it was believed that Nleaiagua would
show tin same wllliugiu-ss to furnish n.
dress to I'.ngl in 1 th it she did to th. United
States inn ii) (iintlniiod ilelav, m itli ts
were allowed to rem h the in ute stage and
(lieat llillnin, In aoeord inc. vvilli the
terms of hoi iiltlmiitum. seled Coilnto tfi
enfoiee tlio pas mint of Hie indemnlts'
claimed to be dun In r.
On shun ( onsiilts With ( level. Hid.
Much Interest Is ininifestfd In diplomatic
clieles In the situation. Seiietus iiici.li up
tliove to WoiHlh v this attilllooii and had
a long consultation with the pitslibnt
It was thought tliat some stateuu nt would
be mule, but upon his rituin tho setit
tarv tliollnod to give out aav tiling. The
fut that the Unit. 1 Stabs has be on ul
ttc tally advlsid of the m i upatlou of ('ui
Intii by the Itiltlsh Is, howiioi, dellnltelv
ascertulned. Uiom i-eent Indications, .til
Hie colli spondellie ill the t.ise wilt ht
held by tho state department until the In
cident is closed
The situation in Nicaragua, with the
HrttMi ocotipslng Cm into, and the port
dei hired closed by tho Nloii.igiian gov
ernment, ineseiits many possible compu
tations, Pram tin lest lnfoi motion ob
tainable. It seems almost certain tli.it the
nilminlstiatlou will not attempt to Intti
rere with the dispute holvvciii Nkaiagui
and (.rial ItrltnUi. as lung as the m ttti r
confines If. If lo the colli ttlon of tho lu
ll, limits. The United Males has main
tained in the past tint lliuopean powers
could, In tin il iuteinatlfitial dealings with
South and Cential Vineilcan countries, con
duet their disputes In ii.tlr own way as
long as tins did not seek to oveitlmivv ( x
Istiug govt rniiK uts. sot up liiiiiiaiilibs or
pi on t tor lies or at quire tonllois. Silt h
was the substance of the notice solved
by So. tetaiy Seward on Pram a and lilt it
llrllnln with rignrd to Mexkti in IS',-' If
the ooeup itlon of Coi into rails In lis oh
Joi t. ami (lte.lt lliitain should dool.ui war
tin Nleaiagua, It is said that Hie ailinlnls
tiatiou would still tlei ilno to inteiioit so
long as the war was culled on, not tor tlio
aggtaiidUemeiil of C.ieat lliitain or the
ni iiulsltloii of tcnltors, but tor thr sole
pill pose nf tollectlng tin Indemnlts To go
beyond that, however, Hie administration.
It Is said, would loiislder a violation nf
tlio Monioe doctilue, also .m express vio
lation of the Cluston-lliilwer iie.ily and
would not be tiilt rait (I It is pointed out
that lor Hie United States to lulu pose to
pievent Lugliiid tiom musing nut the
lueseiit method of eollei ting the ih ht
would ho etiiilv.ilciit to ileclirlng a vli
tuil protectoiale over Nb aragua and
would commit this government lo a polity
wllh rog id to the Centl.ll and South
Ameilean countries that vvoiill keep her
Involved In endless broils with Ihitopeati
It would glvo theso states tho privilege
of lesls'Jng just ul lints of other countries
and Jnkfiig refuge behind tho skirts of tho
United states. In other words, all dlp
lomttlc correspondence telnllvu to these
stati k would jir.ictii.illv bo carried on
through. Washington llesldos It would
greatly cnibairass this government in the
cnfoi eenient of Its own claims against
Hut it Is not believed In olllcl il circles
tint Nlearagui will carrs' her icslstuncc,
much furthei. l'lihlln sentiment in ;,'ic
lingua. It Is believed, has compelled I'resJ.
dent Zel iy.i to in iko a shuw ot resist
nuca and to Usue his appeal to the world
through the Assocl tied Press, Jlut It Is
eoiillilently bellevnd that lather than suf.
for thn selzino or boniliuidment she will
comply and pay tho Indemnity.
'I Ik. ( lotil l'ort OiicHilon,
Thero is some illffercnco of opinion heie
as to whether the deilaiatlon or Nicaragua
that Coi into was a closed port will be
reeognUed. It Is plilnly within tho power
of any country to close a port In tlmo ot
peace, and Senator .Morgan sesterday ex
pressed tho opinion that In this way Nic
aragua would pievent P.iiKlaud fiom tot.
lectin; the revenue, but this country has
ulivass maintained (and In this wo havo
been sustained bv- lnlernatloii.il custom)
that In order to close a port, an effective
blockade must be sustained. Pngliud In
sisted upon this when the United Stites
declared the Confcdeiate ports closed dur
ing tho war.
Hie Ilrltlsh I lie- Our Corliilu.
Tor the purpose of learning the real sit
uation respecting altaiis ut Coilnto, Dr.
(liuman, tho Nlcataguau minister, sent a
telegium ot Inipilij to his government.
To-day a dispatch tame In reply from the
minister of foreltn atfalis at, Mauaguu,
confirming the report that tho Ilrltlsh are
IB Dossesislen, the dispatch saying; "Cor.
Iiiln Is lo I iv utuler thn Itrltnh line" The
mini dor d s hot know whether his jtov
irntneiil hm (lielnred Corlnto a closed
port, but in is of the opinion that such a
slip has bun lesurted to. l)r tltmmtn
made a negative reply wheji nked If ho
had nti.v tnivs n lo whether his govern
ment ha 1 changed Its altitude, ntid tnken
nn steps to satisfy the dein Hid set forth
In the Ilrltlsh iiliini-ttum
The tepoit that the government of cosln
lllm tind volunteereil to piv oiic-llflh of
the iiidemnliv demiiiided bs drtut liritaln
vv'us also tnivs to the niltlHIer.
"Such n tiling Is possible," he said, Willi
a shrug of the iihuulilct "Thev nro ry
patriotic but I hive no Information on the
LACK OP H.NI1W l.l.lldi: IN I.OSDON.
I hi' Piirelgn Oilln Knows Nolhlng About
Loudon, Apill il The following semi
ollklal note was Issued from the fotelgn
ollleo this evening:
Up to now nothing hni been olllchlly tc
eelvod legardliig the i ourso of cveiitu In
Nliiiragui. No notllhatlon has been re
ceived of the lauding of blue Jickels as
Slated In the pious ittsp Holies,
The abiinie of Infill nml loll Is believed
to bo due to the fn. t tint the telegraph
lines have beiii out Up to this t veiling the
nil mil .lit is also wllhoiit Inform itlon,
No nutlets is roirnl as to the outcome of
the Pirl or Klmboriv's attitude. There Is
tint the slightest iloiibt but that Nicaragua
will accede to the lltitlsh demands. What
ever mat be the extent of the pressure re
united to bring about this iisult, the irov
eriiineiit will not hesitate to ipply It.
Tin i ihson or sivs "It Is indeed prob
able th it most Ihigllshinen feel some re
giet that wo h ivi been tlilven to take strong
nieustiios ngiliiHt a leiuote little Soulh
Annil an lepubllc The mils conclusion
tint we e in tllscovir Is that we tealls
could not Inlp out H ten Tin truth nppeirs
In bo ttl.il tin Nl align ill goterniiient Is
thinking ipilto as inm h about tv hut would
be giiud for Itself is what would be the
best thing tin Nli.ir.igu.i. Now that Ad
inliiil Sli filn nson s forei s an In coininanil
at Corintti. It mat bo hoiit il tliat the Nlt.i
ragunii goveininini will llnd itself In a
omit ion to m ike the concessions required
In the iiltlinaluin "
UNCLE SAM LOSES PRESTIGE.
I ho Ailiiiliilslriitliui's Ai tlun 'Inwards Nlui-
I Igllll lilts I list I's Hie Cottlltlimo
of suiiiii Am, rlt (us.
Washington. Ajirll .-(Special) There Is
nn cinphillc feeling in both political ntid
diplomatic i Irt los that this govt rnment has
lost prestige with the wot Id as the result
of the pin it has pli.vel 111 Nleir.igua's
contention will Ihigluul. It ippms to
have tlalllid and doubted, to bite held out
hope hero and withdrawn It there; to
hive given the question now- a warm,
now a pisstv-o Interest until those who are
not disgust,, 1 are IndllTitent as to Its fur
This loss, sn far as lhigl.iud and lhirope
are contented, is considered of small ac
count. The powers thirc have alwass af
fected to tie.it the diplomat)- of the United
States, and espcclalls rofeionee to the Mon
ioe dot trtno with .imiisomint bortleiing at
times tm contempt. "W hat Is this so oallid
Monroi doctrine.' thes have asked, with
t,ti s twinkling and a smile githetlng. "De
llne It foi us, oi else do i-oinethiug til it will
i oaves soui meaning" This has never
betn don, and heme the Monioe doctilne
sis nis to uit in nothing acio-s tlio walei.
Statesmen over there s, om to regard it as
one or tho-e stirring ulitr.ictluns that go
to in il.e up an open ail Poiirtli of Juts
speech in the Unlit d States
It Is a fait that tho administration has
given abuii'l mt caui-e foi Iir. eliiman to
believe th it this government would take
a hind In th" lnteiest of Nkaiagui, but
bit i undi r the lntlueiin of Ambassador
Ilivai-il tills attitude os-umetl bs the piesi
di nt and Seeret.irs Uieshim ruled iivtnt,
and a grand r.illuie Is the result. It Is
now- Intimated thus it Is in the Venezuelan
m.ittei thev Intend to take a hind nml
not In the Nio.iraguan compile ittuns.
The t rrpet or this will be nen whin tho
Aiuorlt.in engineers charged with Ihe dutv
of inspti ting the ionic foi the ptoposed
(mill i i. h Nleirigun Thes start oaily
In Mat The commission Is one or the
highest Important!, buth to Nle iiagui and
the United St lies It Is not dllllcult to Im
iiKitn whit the leoiptlon or these of
ficials would hate b in hid this govern
nn nt in the tinulih with Ungl ind e irrlo.l
Ameilean ongiiieirs chiignl with the
dutv of Inspot ting the route for the pto
posod c.inil reai b Nlt.iragui Thev- start
e.uls In May. The commission Is one of
tin highest Importance, both to Nieai igu i
and to the Unite I Mates t is not dllllcult
Itself with a certain friendly iss-eitlon In
Nleirigua's behalf. Tin v would hivo
bci n h illed as blathers In i very was. They
would have repii si nted In Ihe o.vis ot the
Nltaraguins not only the spirit of
buslniss enterprise In the United Stites,
but tint of sentiment il neighliorllness ns
will Their stav In the tountiy would
hive been i piolongod ov itlon Hut it
cannot putaki ot this coidinllty In tin
elH unistntKM s The tlsit will cany only
a i onimeri lal slgulili into ind even this
will bo ihlllnl bv the IndllTi loin o shown
bv the Unlttd Slates In tin Corlnto epi
sode Tho tuglnicis will, of course. njnv
every fit lilts foi the ex. iitiun of their
task but the full possibilities of their visit
rinnol. it Is thought, now be leillcd.
CIIIMICII lirlllt'A'l ION .11' OITAWA.
'Ihe Now Itiptl-t J'liiirib llieie I'nrin ill
sot Apirt for Worship.
Ottawa. Kas , April 2S -(Special The
I'll U Hitpllst church of Ottawa held the
dodli .itlon set vices of their new Ji'i.OOO
mei'tlng house to-day. I)r I'rnnklln John
son, of the Unlveisily of Chit ago, pi cached
the didlcutoii seiiuon, which was listened
to bv an audience of I, Sort people. In the
i tilling n union service was held In the
new dun oil. The new building stands on
tho em nor of llliknry ami Uouitli strtets,
opposite Hie colli t house II Is lighted by
gas and hi ntid by Mi am and Is the laigest
Il.iptlst i hut th In the state with a tuoin
biishlli of pearls u0 Tin hlstmy of the
liaptlst orgaulatlnu in Ottawa dates back
to the tlun of Jonathan Met ker. the llist
Jlaptist nils-donnis vvho uine here In ISl-'.
when the Ottawa Indians moved fiom
their reservation In Ohio to Kansas.
I ost a I eg In Ito lulling a 1 rain,
Peabods. Kas, Apill 2S (Special ) A
tiamp named John Klmhill, whoso rela
tives llv( 111 Leadvllle Cul was Injured
here to-day while attt mptlng to board a
Height train. Ills light leg was amputated
below tho knee
In a Week!
Tint's our record with diamond custom
ers this past vveek-and It Is unpiecedcnted
In tho history of our business, llut It's no
wonder when we aio Felling them at about
half price. Piopbi uie busing them for In
vestments as well as personal adornment.
and other precious stones, all selected
gems, mounted In lllngs Pins and Studs,
Just think of buying a $100 diamond for M,
or one worth UM for $100,
lieautlfully finished in Nickel. Iron, Onyx
und China, from Mo to Ul; used to he 80c
10 ' CARVING SETS
In cases, three and tlvo ploces, handsome
mountings, to CO to S-3.
2,ooo STICK PINS,
Latest stvles, cndlcis variety In ol!d cold.
Jl 00 to JK' 00
400 GOLD PENS
.Mounted In Kbony Pearl holders: price 73c
engraved during the pist two months Just
think of t prices did It, 100 cards and
plate only U cents, or 100 cards from plate
only CO cents. Wedding Invitations al.o ut
cut prices. Send for samples.
1034 Main St.
. W. UOCKEti. Trustaa.
oxt.tiiovt vss imiiosani- A r MMtrii'H
AUIION IN I.I.Asl.NO IMHA.S I.AM)s,
DELEGATE FLYNN'S ADVENTURE,
inii'ii ni spi: 1 111: i'iii:siih:m' on
i hi; sun, n, 1 111 i' was iti'i'i.si.i.
'ilv.itc si, rotary Ihiirber llvbtenttv Mnuil
lug In With the I'uttli on 11-I l)iiu
Will Ijibur to Halo the I ta.os
Aliutilleil initl tbc ( niiutry
Opt lit il lit s, t(iiuut.
Washington, April : (Spicl.il ) Protests
arc pouilng in fiom uklihoma against the
action of Set n tars Smith In 1 xti tiding thu
gi.ulng leases for one se ir tiler the Wich
ita iiservatluii, thus making It cirtnln that
the country will not be opened to settle
ment fur at least twelve months. The set
tle! s have been bulling that the secretary
would cany out the moaning of the law
and open the teservatlon to si tlleinent this
fall. It could have bun done in four
mouths hail the mattei lux 11 ntteiiditl to in
a business was. Mans of the administra
tion Minis said the stttetars would net
fulily In tlio matttr and would not make
till tfrort to favor the toll He of c.ittltmeii
against the st ttlers, but It was believed bs
those familiar with tlep u ttmntul methods,
ns at present npplhd, tint the leservntlon
would not be openi d. and that the combine
would be raveled as against the people, it
will bo of lnteiest to tiltlaliomaus to know
that Delegate Pis mi did all tint tould bo
dune Hi their behalf lie mine to Washing
ton three weeks ago to defeat, If possible,
Steiotarj Smith's plan to lo iso the lands.
It did not take him long to llnd out that
the sceiotars would e it lit 1 lencw 01 extend
the lease ot the old time coterie. Mr.
PlS nn rc.ilhred that the only way to defeat
this scheme wool 1 be to appeal to the pres
ident. Little expecting to inn up ngalust
a biaec gnine at the While lloiisu Mr.
Pis nn called to s, o win 11 he could get a
chance at -Mr. Clot t land. Ml. Thuibcr said
in his usual wav lint the prtsiihnt was
vtiv buss .Mr. I'll nn stated that be had
tiuvtli-il no. ills l.'sio miles , to confer with
the president about mattiis ot geueial ln
teiest III his 1 untitle find he Ii ul no doubt
but the plcsldiut would glvo nil the time
netcssir.v ir he was appilsed ol what was
waniiil, .111 Thuib. 1 then said that if
Mi Plsiin would wilto him (Mr. Thurber)
11 note, he would take It up ami let him
know Without del. is Mr Pis 1111 Font the
note hut, alii 1 davs or waiting received
no lepls Afleiwaids Mr Pljiui wrote a
lettei to the pn shit nt, marking it "Pir
seinal," in this ieitei he lolntod bis oxpe
ileiui Willi Mi. Tliurbti He said ho bud
come fium Oklahoma lo tall; to him about
some matteis ot Intntst to the people of
his tin lion, and he b. Ikied that Mr.
'I'll ti t Ii. 1 ha. I not mule the file t known to
lllm. but hnl in ltd tm ids own iesponul
bllltS and thus tlefoited his aim, and Inter,
rend with Hie Iniensts or the people of
Okl ihoma '1 here was no 11 pis to this ntid
tile tit it of the cattltnioll was closed lis
extending the leasts and shutting otr com
petitive bids tliat would bring to the In
dians iii.i,im mun Mi Ulj nn will te the
pltsidenl vet ir possible get the lease cov
ering the Wichita I'snvatlon annulled It
he can, so tint the reserinllon can be
opt ned lie will also say to the president
that it Is gener.illi believed that the
leases should 1 all foi at least 10 et nts per
aire'Tnstiiitl of 1. cents ami Hint ,n elfort
should be made to have a fall b.1-0 mule
of the Kiowa, Com mt he and Ap.K he res
ervations, so that the Indians would not
be lobbed To get a leiso annulled Is quite
a task, osjie. i.i vvhin tin pap. rs hive
lit en executed, and tilt it is little doubt but
that tin si i ret us initio an elloit to get
this done at tint e. so that the ib ii would
nut rail thiongh Win- Mi. Thuibcr should
lain this action Is not known at pit sent.
It Is known, heiwevtr, that aft r 1 lung
Inlet view with lllm a gentleman fioin Kan
sas aitiiigid to have Mi Tliuibtr refuse
piimissiuu to Coloni I W. 1. Jones and
tithcis tiom Kansas to see the Tiiisldint.
While things or this sort are well known,
this Is Hie llrst intimation of the eoniiec
tion of tin private snret.trv with the
glaring oiuwil In the lndl 111 country. Pos.
slhlv Mr Plvnii will allu le to this w lit n he
gtts tti se tin pri sdi nt and It nnv be
.111 Inlciesting 10 mm In tin 1 tuning inves
tigation lo look inlu the whule deal.
THEIR TIME IS VERy'sHORT.
Aliotll Mill l.S Mnrilll Will 1'uss l'iuii Hue
Cases of Itugi rs nml ( luise ICosutt
Topiki. Kas, Apill US - (Spool il ) Ilolh
the I lagers and f'h lse Itm stlg itlon com
mittees have completed Hull 1 ibors, so
far ns the honing of testimony Is con
ternid. liiitli will remain out of session
until the sti nogiapher's notes can bo Iran
strllnd, vvlih ii cannot be accomplished In
less than two weeks On lliv hi thti Itos
tis cinunlttio will hold a session for the
pin pose of healing tin .ligaments of S. 11
.1101 Thaohi'i ami lav id Oiermes el, counsel
for and against the nei used,
fun ot nut .Won ill sass his uudei standing
of the duties ot the loiumlttoo Is tint tins
Mil lit make IliidliiKs foi 01 ngaln-i the in -1
used, which, with the tiansi illied .vi
lli 111 1 111 tile tas.s, shall bo submitted to
him tot (In il 1 oushloiatlon. Tin re em be
but little doubt tint tin govirnor will np
piove the lludlngs of Hie 1 omiiilitu s The
gtiitril impies-dun oppiois to be that
silting eases have bo, n mule by the prus
eoiiiiun against both tnf,eis initl Clinse.
Pnless stunt thing unfuio.ee n ailses tho
coiuiuiitf e tngagid In luve stlg iting the
chaigts against the Populist ni inkers of
the st ito boaiil of 1 hailtlts will le-asscmblo
on Tut sdiis Illuming and lake up tho tiitl
ot St He istii.iloi- lloiisi holdt r. Tin 10 win
bo .1 gootl dial of st us itlon in this ease, if
the prosieiitlou 1 an lutiodin o tesilinonj
to est ibllsli the ehaigts The spoclllc.itloiiK
Include moral turpitude as will as gross
ul'lelal mis ondiii 1 The gossips ,,iound
liiivn nie abends lulling tin Julty moisels
bene nil Hull iiiumus. and If hilt1 one
ho. us is Hue the si natnr Is certalnls" the
gasest old bill who ttei penned on 1111
olllelal tree in Kansas.
I'r.inie Will He Akid to I'uy for Her In.
jiiitltu 'Inwards thu l't-
Washington, April ;. Ilx-Congressmin
John M. I.ingston, tho attorney of ex
Consul Waller, who Is Imprisoned at St.
Pierre by tho Preneh, Is dt ttrmlned lo
push the case with all the pawn he pos
stsses, "III tho til Mt place," said he, "we pro
posu to maintain tho mmessious obtained
bs Mr. Waller In Madagascar. The wholo
purpose, of the piosceiitlon and peisecu.
Hon of Waller by the Piench govt ninieut
was to despoil him at the concessions ho
iirucured. The Piench gov eminent real
izes tlio concessions arc of Immense value.
Then wo Intend o foico the Princli gov
ernment to p is' to Waller nil Indemnity
commensurate wllh the persecution he has
uiidcigoue. Ho was given a muck trial,
was thteatciied and linully convesed In
Irons to Prance, whero ho now lies in
prison awaiting a civil trill"
.Ml. Laiigston said the amount ot In
demnity to be asked would be determined
after ho had tomniunlcutcil with Waller.
Mr. Laiigston Is entirely satisfied with the
course of the state dep irtnient which, he
said, had called for a thoiough Investiga
tion nf and leport on tlio case by .Minister
l'ustis. at l'arls. and the consul at Tami.
tave, Madagascar, As soon as these aro
received, if they are shown to bear out
Mr. Waller's lepresentatlous. .Mr. Lung.
Mou expects the administration to take
prompt aclloii looking to the release of
the piisoner and to demand from Prance
a proper money Indemnlts'.
bliikcspi-urtau t'oiitcsi at Columbia.
Columbia. Mo., Apill :S -(Special.) The
annual uiilvvtslty bhaktspeareau contest
took place last night in the 1 laden opera
house. There vvete six contestants, nil
wearing gorgeous costumes. First place
wus awarded to C. H. Users. Mr, A. II.
Mcador took second place as Cardinal W'ol-.v.
It asms Citt. Mo, Aprils. Ii
Th'rtnomtter 1rtKnliy Minimum, u3,' mul-
Tei'iMu let! looh or Iht UMtlier b) be! Mr
THE MAY SALE.
tiii: oiiiiAr si'iti.vi v.m:-in m.vo.m
iuui: ami iMi'oitt.v.sct: rntsr.
It Is 11s Well to Unto n Dnllir Do the
Work of Tun us to I'urii lwo til
led nil nf One Weilne.ibly Your
Dollar Will Do llollbla
ami Morn Duty.
There arc many ot sou who know that
an tho llrst ot every Mas ste liavo ti
(,1U:AT SAM-. Theto nro many of you
who look forward to tliese Great S.ilc.1
with unusual Interest. You'll bo tho mora
Interested when tie tell you that no
May sale ttn ever had ttlll comparts
with the treat one tve nro about to In
augurate. This Is because thla year wo
not 0 11 1 have more coods, by far, to
offer sou than heretofore, but they
were bought under moro favorablo (to
us) circumstances bought nt lower
prices nml to be sold nt lower prices.
Tills doesn't apply to a slnglo stoclc
or even a half dozen but to about
every ono In the store.
We have bought tor this) Salo expect
ing It to be the biggest Spring Sale wo
have over had wo havo bought In such
quantities as to till up on tho second,
third ntid fourth days tho gaps made by,
Don't come on the last a.-iy expecting
to llnd ns complete an assortment as oa
the llrst day you'll ba disappointed.
Our out 01! town customers should
particular!' plan to pay tho etoro a
visit on Wednesday.
lu (.cotes of Instances you'll tio abls
on a single purchaso to savo the amount
of your enr fare.
Remember Wednesday Is the open
ing day. Detailed purtlculara to-morrow.
Thinjts You'll Need (or
nvcry chndo to
& Match tho Ix'evv Spring
J tv Dress b'abrlcs.
Suede, new Victor om-'-
broidery. In the latest
evening tints and
shades, Champagne, Mushroom, l'.iits
12-Btitton length Mousquetaiic, in all
the opera shades,
$2.25 a Pair.
Res-nler 4-Hutton Glace, wide em
broidery backs, largo buttons, in the
delicate opera tints,
$2.00 a Pair.
S. 12, 10, 20-Button length Mousntio
talre Suede In tho jcllows, creams,
pinks, blues, greens, reds, lavender, and
every other shado you would wish to
wear for evening,
S2, S2.50, S3, S3. 50 Pair.
8-nutton length Mousmietniro Sttrela
In white, pearls, tans, light greens,
modes and tho now mauve, all tho
latest opera shades,
S-Tititton length Mousquetalre Suede,
SI. 50 a Pair.
Trefouase, 4-Button Suede,
$1.50 a Pair.
If you're going to
tho opera, then do not
fall to talco a pair o
Opera Glasses with
5 on. You'll want to
follow closely tha no
tions of the) singers.
And with such a ftoclc ns you'll llnd
bote and In connection with tlto prices
If j ou need 11 pair of Glasses jou'io
tho loser If you don't look at theso.
Handsome blade fancy X'earl Glasses,
with holder, worth JSO,
Our Price $20.
i;iegant all white l'carl Ulasscs, splen
did lenses, tho 5o kind,
Our Price $25.
Tear! Glnsscs, gold holder attached,
good strong lenses, value Vj.
Our Price $17. SO.
Aluminum Glasses, very light, good
lenses, a V-0 kind,
Our Price $12.
Also a largo lino of Pearl Glasses,
$5 to $10.
And Black Glasses,
$3.50 to $8.
Opera Glass Holders, a splendid as
sortment, $2 to $10.
You'll want on
ly tha proper
Kind at such an
occasion ns tho
Opera. Hero ate
tho correct kinds
come select for
joutsclf, or let
us ussist you
that you havo
only the latest
(Coiidiiiml on I'.l'jhth l'mje.)
BAinKY, BIRD, THAYER & CO,,
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