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TTTF, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL MONDAY, ATMUM'n, 1S0.7
f KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Firms Do Business
itememlter there Is
look over one stock.
to Hreley Institute
III llllln (II). Jin.
(-'tACT Mlnn4nln At
Ilcvrnrr of Cli
Norn oirn . . .
(147 Mlnlir.oln Ate.
BELLE VIEW !
Slo cash, halinrf si.i
S. X. Simpson 5oo,
Ch.itntcr of Com. llljg.
W, T. QUARLES,
The ten ami safest
Hack ru nil hour.
Horses well cared lor
110(1 North Fifth M.
G. W. BETTS,
Justice of Iho Peace,
imlillclty If roiucste.1.
Collections a speclilty.
NEED A TRUSS?
Remember, we. carry
the. larc.it ami most
romniete lino In the
city, .unl at prices to
Phono No Weil S3
Tor iho next sixty
il.ito I will Latindiy
Lace Curtain .it 13c
apiece, or Mc r pair.
II. r. 1VUI.C. Prop,
.Till A state. S,,.,
ttntiitn City. Iliiusi,.
Real Litatc, Itmital
Mid Loan Agent, have
some snap In city re
alty anil acre property.
We want more touses
to rent, as the demand
II will par
fc& j you before buy
VSA IlirCiirprt iiml
W-tt Furniture linn
1 Inrmiinlii mill i
roirrsMoi'Tii ixvkst.mi.nt co.
Oiiour nm or llmlr ll.irenlii.l
6-room cottage, M ft. ground, lino location:
"room two story house, M ft. ground,
splendid location: price, 11,500.
C-room house, to ft. cround, 4 blocks of car
line, price. J'iOI.
TIlKdi: Alii: IIARRAINS. and we have n
liook full of them. Sou us before you buy.
DRUGS, 5H Minn. Ave.
The Journal office has been b
removed Irom the Chamber K
of Commerce to tho first floor k
of tho Columbia Building at b
y Sixth street and Mnnesota k
k avenue. K
A BIG ACQUISITION.
TNITED STATnS LOAN AND INVEST
MENT COMPANY LOCATES IIEKE.
IT IS NATIONAL IN ITS SCOPE.
OFFICE1? nAVE IIEEN SECDREI) IN
No Word Ilni Tet Ilecn Kecelveil I'rotn
the itelatlvcs of the Lata Mrs.
Tnylor IJoctors to Meot
Cll citizens who are Interested In the
prosperity and welfare of Kansas City,
Kas., will bo Kind to learn that one of the
Healthiest building nml loan associations
In the 'Western country is soon to be lo
cated In this city. The new entei prise will
be known as tho United ritatcs Loan and
Investment Company. A charter was
Branteil the company by the secretary of
htate at Topekn. Satuiday. The capital
fctock of tho company Is llxcd at gi.GOv.flOO,
and ii 111 be Bold In shares to menibeis of
the company through the entile United
The company will hive Its headquarters
in the Portsmouth building, at the corner
of Sixth and lUiinei-ota avenue. A meet
liiB of tho dlrectois will .be held In the
Portsmouth building Wednesday, at which
tlmo tho ollicois of the new company will
bo elected for the Hist term. Mr. Silas
Porter, who Is the ueneral counsel lor tho
company, stated jeslordoy that the com
pany expected to begin operations this
week. Over ?iw,uOO Is now at the cllsporal
of the company, and this amount will be
iicd In putting the enterpilse Into active
AmoiiB tho Incorporalois of the company
Arc some local capitalists, as well as conn
ot the wealthiest men In the Kast. The
directors of the eompiui ale: l. S. Oirl
(.on, J. II. North, Arnold Sh.inklln. K. A.
Kelnorei' V. (1 Portei, Ji., Silas. I'ortei,
C v W'llncr, Thomas iJoii.ihue unil George
The object of the oigaiilzatlon Is to loan
money, erect buildings, lecplve money on
deposit and do a general leal estatu busi
ness among its meiubeis. Any poison buy
ing sh.ues n the company will bu allowed
to boiimv money on said shales at mi)
time. No loans will bo made outside of
the mcmbeib ot the company. The culpa
nitlon uiH oig.iuUei! under the homestead
laws ot tliii state. Tim compans, which Is
of national scope, will establish local
boairis lu all the pilneipal cities in the
1 nlttd States. C.mvuBscix nie now nt
work In dinereut states organlliit; local
boaids and tile company expects to hue
a uldetplc.id luembeishlp In a shuic time.
No Wont I'lont Her Itidallii's.
The body of Mis. M, J. Taylor, tho aged
woman who died at the liupin of Mis, S.
Johnson, Iwi7 North I'lftli stieet, Thurs
day, Is still at lta inouil's morgue. The
undci taker slaleil jeslerday that he would
keep the body a week, ami that It Iho rel
atives of tho deceased did nut appear and
take possession of the remains by that
time he would buiy them. A woman nuined
Anna Kti.itlou, ot the South side, appeared
at the moigiiQ jesleiday and Identified
the body as that of a woman who worked
tor hi r during tho winter. She said the
old lady went by the name of Taylor, but
that It wus not hei tiu name. Mrs, Strut,
ton salil that one day Iho old woman spoke
of her husband as liciuial Adams and said
that th-y attended a icception given to
"Then your name Is Adams Instead of
T.ilor, Is It?" Iniiulied Mis. Stratton,
"No. rejoined the woman rather
quickly. "Did I say Adams'.' X did not
She then told Mis, Stratton that she had
a on, who wus u wealthy banker of Ken
tucky, and also said sho would tell her tho
uruet of her trouble before she died. She
left the Stratton homo In good health and
Mis. Stratton did not tea licr again alive,
Died I'rom nil Operation,
Mis, W. T. Schnleile, formetly Mrs.
Irene Schuyler, died at tho Bcar
iltt hospital. In Kansas City, Mo.,
yesterday, ut 3 o clock. The d.
ceased had suffered for a long time with
a tumor and went to the hospital a few
days ago lo havo an operation performed.
The operation was unsuccessful and re
nulled In her death. Tho body was brought
to (his city and is now ut tho family home,
Ku. 20IT llalleck street. ...
.Mis. Schnlerlu wus well known lu this
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Because They Advertise,
B. 3. W. DROUGHT,
atccronr In Ksnuu Cilr I'litnlna .Mill,
1th M., Cor. Oakland Arc,
Telephone 111.1.1. KANSAS PITY, ISA
WINDOWS, DOORS, MOLDINGS,
SCIIOIilt nmt I1ANI) SAWINH nml TUUXIXO
11c ttniko Hpcrlnllr of stair llitlhllni,
Hurtle (-nttntrrs unil Oluco liiturr.
Ire ('renin nmt
Tim short Order
Hterjthtnt; elean and
neat, Homemade Pies,
etc. open until i:
o'clock each ntftliL
Ills. Minor. ot Ate. j
lino. I, t'niidlcs,
ElHti, J I to 13 per
! Mock west anil S
block, north (Jiilndnro
bt. "I." mail
,; Gutters Leak
Sthnnrf Kinnetota v.
rlint. . .
I'M on new wall pa
per, paint your dwell
itur. employ only first
In whip Paint
niifl Paper of
W. P. WHITE,
51.1 .Minnesota Ave.
At t.owct l'rlri.
A Go cantllc
Less than j
cent per hour.
Wyandotte Gas Co.
Til. I. Hill). Itll.UilUM
city, havlns practiced medicine hero for
ioer.il years. The funeral nrraiiKcmcnts
liac not ns yet been completed.
Cn.o Auiilnit Oulnn,
John Qulrin will bo trfoil thl mornlnr;
In Justlco HctlH' courts on u charse of
murdorlne .Mrs. I'atBy Cl.ntun, the col
ored wnni.m hoie lioclv .i found In the
Ivaw rlvi'r. near Arspntlne, l'rlil.is' morn
Ins. April IS. Tlii coroner's Jurv Kathcred
suttlcleiit evIdciiCH to hold oulnn on the
chargu of murder.
Ilrellni- of Doctor..
The members of the Homeopathic Moil
Icnl Society, of Kansas, will hold their
twenty-seventh annual convention In this
city this week. The doctors Hill meet In
the Ti Salle Club room'. In the Columbia
bulMlnp, The tlrst Mellon will open Mnv
I .itul the nieetlnst will close on Alny .;.
It Is expected that 'Jil doctors of the ho
meopathic school will be here.
OIil Tolks' Concert.
The chorus, consisting of thirty voices,
which rendeied the music for the V. M.
(. A. enteitalnment on l.aster nt the
Washington Avenue Methodist church,
will give an "Old l'olks" eoncort Thurs
day nlKht nt the Tabernacle. A line pro
gramme has been arraimed for the occa
sion and nn enjoyable time Is anticipated.
The programmes aie wiltten on In own
paper and are composed in an old-fashioned
1VIII .1loe Into New Otiartcrs.
The court of common pleas will be re
moved from Its present iii,u ters, at lifth
and Hlnte avenue, lo the l.morprlso block,
at the coiner of Seventh and .Minnesota
avenue, the latter part or the week. Judge
Andcr-on has about wound up the loutt
bii"lnes for the February teini and the
otllelals want to get movfd befoie the
May term begins net Monday,
Kept Vit.v ltM.
County Attorney Miller and his deputies
are about the bu-lest laor.s In the city.
The business of that olllce is gieater than
that of any two law dims In the cltv. It
keeps one man bus all week In the trial
of eilminal caes In the justices' courts.
In order to sjstomi.o the woik. Mr. .Miller
has made Monday eilminal day lu Justice
Pelts' court, Tuesday In Jusib e Ulins'
court. Thui.sday In Justice IlughrV court
and I'rlday at the Justice's court ut Ar
gentine. Comix II .1lcetin:r To-night.
The city council will meet to-nisht and
trans.it t some luipuitunt business. The
bonds of the vaiiou-i dty otlkers will be
presented lor appiov.u it Is expected
that the Sunday closing oiiliiiani'e will bo
IKmulitf rs of ltehekili.
There will be n special meeting of Wy
andotte lodge No. (I. Daughteis of He
bekah, this evening at 7:M o'clock, in the
lodge room, at the coiner of Sixth stieet
anil Minnesota avenue. The meeting Is
called to take action on the death of Mrs
Theie will be a specinl meeting of the
ladles' aid committee Tuesday ui'teinoon
at J:30 o'clock at the Y. M. (J. A. looms
lluslucss of Importance will come betoio
the meeting, and a lull attendance Is de
sired. The board of ttade will hold a meeting
l.ouls Douglass, a young farmer living
near Six .Mile, was kicked by a hoie Sat
urday evening, iicilving seilous lujuiles.
Thiee of his libs weio bioken, and n huge
gash cut In his right check. Dr. I.ut.
dressed the wounds.
Miss Nettlo Mnhi'i' has returned from Ot
tawa, Kas, when' sho has been visiting
her ginndpaieuts for the past mouth.
('. S. Mcfloulgal icturned from llorton
Attorney VI. (i. Anderson will return to
t'hluigu this morning, lie has been em
ployed as assistant claim agent of the
Lake Shoio lallinad, but will resign
Wednesday and utcepl a belter position ot
the kind with tho Itniit Island road.
Miss Com James, of Cleveland, O., Is In
tho city, the cuest of fi lends on North
Chillies Case has gono to St. J.ouli to
Visit lelatlves and filends.
.Mis. I'. J. Miller, ot Dallas, Tex,, Is In
the city visiting fi lends on T.imoiuee ave
nue, Miss Mnud King left last evening to visit
ft lends lu Omaha.
A largo number of people assembled at
tho coiner of fourth stieet and Kansas
iiveuuu yesteiday to paitako of "The
Louis llicakfust," wlilch was iuepait.1 by
C. C. Logan, u meat brnudei in Svvifi's
packing house. It was tho llrst religious
gathering of tho kind ever held in this
L-iiv. mid the novelty of tho a frail- attiacted
considerable ultcutiuii. Short set vices wcie
lu id befoio tlni guests vvelo poi milted lo
Pftitako of tho Lord's feast. Tho spiead
consisted of bread and milk, which was
dished out to the spectators lu small
basins. The blll-offaio wus limited, but
tliuso who purtooK or nie i.ohim rations
went away well bulislled. Mr. Logan, who
Is the otlglnator of tho peoullur tellglqus
ceremony, will make mi eftort to get some
of Die local inlulsteis enthused lu tho new
Sunday morning meetings, nnd If ho Is
successful ii ftast will bo spiead every
Mrs. David Jones, of Olalhe, Is In tho
city, tho guest ot fi lends on South Sixth
Harry Gibson and Oscar lloyd have re
turned fiom u hunting trip near Sllnam
Springs. Alk. .They leport good mteccss,
Airs. P. Q. Adams is seriously in ut hei
homo on .Miami avenue.
1. (i. Little, of llJXtt-r Kurlllll. Kas.. was
ill the city yesteiday visiting friends,
Mis Anna Wiseman has gouu to St, Jo.
eepli. Me. where Mic will spend a few day
HMtincr friends and rrbitlvoi.
A Humble lliimp UM.li llietil.v Man Vain
ly tried In LslliiKiiUli-Miiiokii An
unyliii In ( Itlrin..
During tho past li or eight ye.irs the
refue matter ne. umiilrttitig In the Santa
I'o yards in thH elly has been gathered
and thrown on the river bank Just above
the Twenty-rourtli street budge, near the
eastern limits ot the city and this place
Is also used as a dumping ground for Hie
matter thrown from stock cir. A Inrai-
number nt entile ears are cleaned each day
ut the dump, so that the dump has nuw
boioine of enormous size,
1'ioni tialiiral causes lite lias ben slirl
el In the rubbish and has been burning
almost constantly for the past few ye.ir.
I hu smoke and odor arising horn this
smoldeilng muss of rubbish Is ut times
carried bv winds to the residences In the
eastern imttion of iho city, much to the
nnnujiin. e of the people. At times the
smoke is iilmot sickening.
Hcpoittpd attempts have been made lo
do away with the disagreeable feature
ot the dump by extinguishing Iho lire,
but without cITict. lleirlilly a force of
men worked for several duv.s to put out
the lire with vvnlcr from the cltv water
power. The entire heap was soaked, but
the tiro started iiiialu and was soon as
strong as ever since then the railroad
c-ompaii) has thrown carloads or salt on the
smoldering mass, hoping thus to smothr
tho lire, but without avail. The lite still
burns and the smoke still Infects the
The council will meet In regular ces
sion to-morrow evening, the first time for
several weeks. Considerable business of
a routine iintiiip will come up for consider
ation. Although no one seems to be pos
itive about the nutter, yet It Is genetally
expected that some appointments will be
made b.v the mayor, since the recent elec
tion no ctlatiucs tiav.. Iicen nimle In the
A meeting of the members of the Ar
gentine Cornet band will be held some
evening this week, Tim- the purpoe of re.
organising and electing oinceis. Several
days ago the band was mantid a charter
by the secretin) of stale, lieparatlons
will soon be made to elect a spacious
music hall at some convenient place In
Scleral pisenger trains wore run be
tween this city and K.ilrinniint park Jes
lerday on the I'nlnn Terminal The om
pany has now completed two switch
tracks Just west of wpear avenue on the
Ninth Bid,', and work Is progiesslng rap
idly on the ennsttueuon of other side
tracks. At present passenger trains will
be run to this eltj only on Sunduvs and
The material for the Christian Union
church building Is now here and the work
ot en. Hug the building Is piogiesslng
The alumni of the Argentine high school
held a banquet Friday evening at the
Wormian hotel, on Silver avenue. Imme
diately after the commencement exorcises
of the high si hool graduates.
Several members ot tho A. O. U W.
louge, .-so. ;ui, will attend the meeting or the
Independence, Mo., lodge this evening. All
membcis desiring to attend are leunosteil
to meet at their hall promptl) at T o'clock.
Oi.tnd Commander W. T. Ilancrolt, of
Kansas City, Kas, will visit the local
lodges of the Sep et Knights of the A. O.
I'. W , Wednesday night
The Ladles' Aid Society, ot the liapllst
chinch will hold ii meeting to-morrow nft
ernoon at the church.
llcnjamlu Iloirsmau has opened an Ice
eieam parlor on Sliver avenue near Klrst
The Degree ot Honor will hold a special
meeting We.lniMil.iy evening.'
Mr. anil Mrs. I". John', of Ochiltree,
Kas, has been visiting liofcfor S. N.
Simmons and wife for several days.
Mrs. 1. D I.. Tosh is entertaining lela
tlves fiom l.aw'lelice.
It.'V. W. II. Shaw will go to Topeka
Wednesday to attend the state meeting ol
Paul l'oirest, who has been dangerously
111, is Improving.
.Miss .Maud Italph, of Kansas City. Mo,
Is til" guest of -Mis. Ii. W. Killlnel, ol
1,11 Jennings Is seriously 111 at the home
of his luothei, in Isabella pliue.
11.11 11 II IV, lltln.it t.lbitn,. ill lltn I'll al
Christian ihtiicli, of k-u.--.t- 0i. K.,s.,ulll
IHivpr a Oee lecture on muni! ip.il Katrn
ment Thins. l.ty eiet.li.K .it the ConyreKa
Tin- next n'K'iiI.ir motUfiiK of the uoan.
of fi.ltic.Ufon will bo held the ilrft Molality
exi'iilns- in .May, nt which time the newly
et'ctei niemheiH will hu installed.
Undent' oelrzel nml John Mejer-', who
hae heen HoilmiMly III with the mump,
uie t'uin aieMi inrf.
The r-jiftlal tummltlee on llnanee of the
C'ohki i'kii tlunal chmih will meet with Hi.
Ituike to-nlKht to ,ult)pt pi. ins for raising
money with whieh to upaii the thuich.
Mis. W. i. Hallev, of iiimlvifw, is N
itliiK fi lends on Uuh. nentu.
The Willlns WorKeis of the .MethodNt
chuieh will meet Thnr&l.i ntteinoon with
Mit. Jewett, at hei home in the West end
.Mr4-. II I. Alii1 worth will cntettaln the
fiood Will So. let of the CuiiKteKational
ehuuh Thuida. The mvetiiiK will he tm
all dajt hesslon
Mis. .1. r. Tiowbrldpe will entritaln tho
Women's Home MKslnnaij Soeietj at lit I
home In IM lie's addition, Wediu"da aft
einooi,. The -senior cU of the hlnh pehool lian
tlie pi.. which will he fliu hy the elab
soon, luinttd in pamphlet lorm, and will
soon plaet ihi looks tm ntle. The play
was wiltten motlj hy the meniheiM ot the
clans, and Is Maid to lie er humoroiiA.
TIILV NEi:i IllI.Mtlll.V.N-.
Ilatiy Coo.l I.avv)ers Ale Often Ver.v Had
I'rom the Chicago i'llbime.
"It Is a curious fact that some men can
Iran-act dltliciilt liiisln. ss for others, jet
aie bound to fall when they tr) to do
-omelhlng for them-elves," said a lawyer
whose connection with Important litigation
has made his name- lamlllur lo nevvspapei
"Law)ein aie a good Illustration. The
practice of livv has so changed that iiowu
dass a lavvver it would sceni must also be
a good business man When a lavv)er
steps Into a case In Willi Ii large Im. tests
ate Involved lie lium.dlatul) takes , lunge
ot ev ei) thing. Not a move of any kind
Is made without his approval and often he
oilglu.itcs. It Is ollen haul to say whether
Ids advice Is pel tabling wholl) in liw
imints or to matteis strictly of business.
The two nie Insepatable. Many of the big
coipoi.nlou deals that have ben pill through
in Chicago have been. It might be salt),
conducted b) the lawjers called In to ad
vise "One would thing that with Ihis kind of
tiulnlng law vers would certainly develop
Into sklllci' bis liicss men and linanuleis.
Vs .1 mailer of fact, some lavv)ers, and
blight men, too, need guatdlaiis when thev
attempt to do business for themselves, I
have known able men to sign pei.-ou.il
contracts and accept terms that they
wouldn't penult Ihelr . llents to touch, 1
have known them to bo buncoed In schemes
that they would ceitalnly see through If
their clients were Involved. 1 am no ex
ception. I have mado a real estate ileal
for which, my youngest c lei It could piob
ubly have foreseen, I was bound lo possess
mv soul in legmt. I would have been
ashamed had I allowed u client lo do It."
JlniiT purni keep amor's Little Liver
Pillion haul to prevent blllom attacks, sick
tie.id.clia. dullness, and II ml thamjuu whit
TIIACKEItAV NEVLK TOLD.
HU Visitor Tasted Hie forbidden Chill and
Was (Ireally lilrred.
I wont one afteinoon with inj innihcr to
pay a visit 10 Alls. Chaimlchael Knijllie
I.Mr. Thacketny's aged mothci), I listen
ed for soul.! minutes to the couvi'isatlon
which took ptaco ill the iliauing loom, but
getting Intensely bored, 1 nude ill) vvii)
out lo tho dining luom, sa)s a wilier lu
Temple liar The cloth was laid, and 111 a
corner of Hie table was a dish lllled with
long vfimlllon pods. 1 had never s, en
them before; they fascinated nnd puzzled
me; weio they good to eat, 1 vviiii.b led. An
iiirslstlhlt Impulse seized me. I would
just laslo one, lu see what It was like.
picked one- put it lu my mouth. Oh! how
It bunted! 1 was going to spit It out when
to my utter dismay I saw Air. i'haikei.i)
looking ut me vvliu a bio.nl smile on bis
late, 1 hiust have looked the piclui.i of
"A chill lu her por little moiiih'" he ex
claimed, "Ituvv t must bum! Wl) fuuli),
vei iiiiiny," le kept on muimiiiiur
It wus u cruel moment for m There 1
btoud hi-foie htm. my i herbs bulging out,
teuis uf lulu lu my e)r, II wus tt-ltlllK
KVldnitly Ml', iiuickeiuy frit suiiy ful
me. He left the loom 1 thru gut lid uf lilt
doinoulucnl pickle. No, m-vn again ivunM
I taste or the forbidden Irult. Air. Thaek.
clu letiiriied thoitly ufteivvard, huMlug a
pencil and u pine of paper, He hid sketch
ed me with Iho chill lu my muiiih, The
grimace, the bulging out cheeks weio so
inimitably lendeied that I laugh, d bean
II), but I begged .Mr. Thackeia) not Hi tell
an) body, especially his mother, lli.it l hud
tasted Hi? i hill
He pioniised, saM'ug "it will be our
little secret." L'xeept now and then mini.
ickliiE the grimace had made when binn
ed by the Inltan product, Mr. Thickeray
kept bit word.
SCHOOLS FOR THE RED MAN,
COMMtetttlNKlt HltOMMNO HAS IIEEN
in I1 itiAri.Mi tiii: ijihistion.
' Could Not il.lt Haskell Imtllulr,
VVhliii He tlegards n the llrnl of
the Kind, but I'lulnlnril
Wiislilngion. April W -(Hpeclnl.) Com
liilsslonei of Indian A (Talis llrownlhg Is
very well pleased with what be saw while
mi his trip Into Oklahoma and the Indian
Tenllory, It Is the tlrst lime Hie ronitnls.
sloner had ever been In that countiy and
be look It In during a personal Inspection
of soino of the woik of the bureau. Air.
Drowning had Intended lo spend some time
there, but his trip was cut short b busi
ness Hint requited his attention at Viili
lugtoii. He Intruded to vMt some of the
Indian schools and he especially regrets
that he ronM not visit Haskell Institute at
Lawrence This school Is the model edu
cational eonctru of Its kind. Its reiutd is
Hie b. st In the Inn call unit Its location Is
such that It Is not concerned In tli" annual
lights that come up lu congress about ap
propriations. It Is conceded that Haskell
Institute will soon become the leading
school of Its kind lu the country, and the
Idea Is gaining ground that In course of
lime many of the l.nslcin schools will be
abandoned. It Is not only cheaper but
better to educate the Indian as near at
home as pn.bh, after he Is rescued from
the Immediate home Iniluetice. The lotn
Hon of lla'kell Is near Hie source of sup
ply r ludlnii pupils, tind Is Inside civiliza
tion limits and, lu lact, meets all the re
UUlrenunts. It Is believed that mote ap
propriations will be made for belter build
ings at HiiHk.il to increase Its capacity,
and innb!" It to lake rule of a I irgei per
cent of pupils. II Is not so certain but that
the present commissioner of Indian affair
may leeuinmend something of this sort lu
his next annual repot t.
The commissioner gave some attention
lo the smaller schools, such as found at
I'onea. win m there aie nlliclv -sl pupils,
with ,1. II, lliowu In charge This Is a fair
sample of the plllil.us schools on the les
eivatlons and It Is the belief of the com
missioner that much can be done to Im
prove their facilities In an eduuitloiial
.Mr llroniilng also spent some time at
Chllocco, near Arkansas Cltv The si hool
lieiu Is lonktd upon as llkelv to be one of
the leading Indian school before many
jenrs. It Is believed that II iskell and Chl
locco will In lime be able lu take cale of
all the pupils coming fiom the Southwest.
The Chllocco school Is In charge of Cap
tain Tailor, who Is doing eseellciit work
.Mr. Taylor wns piomolel to the position
fiom line Hldge some months ngo, and
luifl been lu this branch of the Indian sei v
Ice for twelve years. He Is In charge of Kin
pupils and tho K-hool Is, m tin- opinion of
the commissioner, getting along veiv nice
ly, ft Is thought the commission,. r will
recommend lo congress an appropriation
for Chllocco to provide for nddltloual build,
lugs and Increased school fin llltles.
During his short visit to Vinlta and the
Indian Tcirllory, Air. Prawning endeav
ored to leai n something of the conditions
In that louutry. It is not one of his du
ties to look arter the .schooling of the ln
dlnn pupils In the Indian Tenltoiy, as the
live clvill.'d lilbcs attend to their own oti
tic itlohil matteis. That Is now In the
hands of Colonel lilts Ivv. but the commis
sioner was Interested nnd anxious to learn
how thev wete getting along, so he could
act Intelligently when thev make rpplloa
tion for admission Into Indian si hoois con.
ducted by the government
Tho commissioner expects to make an
other trip Into Oklahoma this tall when
the schools tesunie work. He will limiiit
Into the winkings of the icservatlon
schools as closel.v as possible, so as to be
posted as to the lust methods of handling
that iiuestion. The ir,rinllon school Is
more ol a iiucslloii now than lu fornn 1
.veins, for In the . fforts to get the Indians
to send their clilldieii lo s, hool, many of
them expiossed the desire to attend si hool
ileal er home. This tilings up the iustton
whethel it Is betlei to take them olf the
lescrvnllons ot leave them theie.
The it'scrvalion school ipiestlnu Is pre
sented lu all Its bearings In the rosciv.i
tluiiH that f.u m p.ii t of Oklahoma, and
there It Is the commissioner will i-ndcavoi
to secure Infoiiuatlun fiom personal lnves.
A itr..iiiMci'.NCi: or mmi:i:hs.
ICe, olle, tlons
or l, sin, ,.t ,,t lie
i.-llli. .1 It) lilt ken.
From the New Yoik i: veiling Post.
The Itev Italph Willis, Hie well known
educator mid cleig.viiian, whose death
on .March JI in New Htunswlck, Is'. .1 ,
wus noted In-tills papii, lett to his I'.nn
II) an milubiograph) which tells the de
tails of n long mid Inteiestlng life. Me
was liuin In London, Hngland, on
August 10, 1S1.1, mid attended I he school
ill Voiksblie which Chailes Dickens c.n
Ic.ituie.l in "Nicholas Nlcklebv." It was
the public-it) which the Hev Air Willis'
lather, a prospeiotis tiieichant of Lon
don, gave in tile uueltles ut school
which lie bad selected for Ills son, that
induced a visit to the place by the nov
elist. Air. Willis n!vv.i)n declaied that
the tles-cilptinn of the school in ".N'icho
las -sTJckloby," liovvevet Impossible mid
fill -fetched it might seem, was tine. As
to the eiueltles pnictlced there he could
give iihunil.iiit testimony b.v scars upon
his bend, sustained bv being tin-own
upon the stone Hour by the master. Air.
villus tiltcn snld that It was not ail un
usual thing for Hie buys to see one of
their number Insensible upon the lloor
after u pai tlciilm lv scveie Hogging.
In his iiiitcdiiogi'.iph) the Hev. Air.
Willis devotes a ehaptei to Ills teeollect
lons of Hie famous si hool ul Howes in
Voikshlie, which is given herewith:
"Aly Hist acquaintance with the three
it's was lu a neighboring school, mem
orable for Its dullness unil vvemlsonie
loutlue. Wlion about 11 ye.ns of age I
was sent to school in Voikshlie, upon
the leeoniinendallon of filends. The
school was slluated In a small village
called Howes, about 2i).i mill s from Lon
don, reached mil) b.v a vvca il-niuo ami
expensive Join lie) bv stage. This wns
the identical school c.iiivntuieil h)
Clmiies Dickens, who called the pio
piletur Sftieeis, a slight alteration of
Ills tiue name, which was S.iilrcs. Aluuy
of tho Indicium nemos mid incidents
In Dickens' books me pine Inventions of
that hunioious writer, but the char
acter of Hie school Jiistllled the Indig
nant epostiii' of abuses, particularly
the comse and scanty supply of food
mid tin. ti u tal forms of punishment.
"All Incident (expecting both is keenly
remembered by nie. The game of mar
bles was in vogue upon Urn playground,
ami sometimes a small boy wiiose stock
of mm bios was exhausted would gn hiui
gt) liom Die table, ami. Instead of eat
ing the scanty pot Hon assigned to him,
placo the blend 111 bis pocket lu ex
change for mm hies, 'D.iff for nimhles!'
was tho banter lo a vouii-ude whose
pocket w.is bettor supplied than his
stomach. This abstraction ot food was
deemed u uiitic, and. when Uilected, lu
1'iirrei) xevciu punishment. Ii was Hie
misfortune of unit of my conn. ides to be
lllscilVliell III Die possession of II CI list
or Plead, concealed lu Ills school desk
until an oppoitunliy ofiVicd to dispose
of It lor tile coveled niaibles. Tliu of
fense vmis reported lo Silllirs, who oil
taking ills seat 111 Hie school loom called
Ills name aloud and iiiuuuniiilcd him,
III tones which made nil Iho boys tieiu
blu fiom head to loot, 'in liilug roiih
the stolen In cad.' '.Now,' said he, 'stand
III Hie middle of the Hour ami eat all of
Hie In c, nil' alt Impossible task, as he
knew veiy well, under Hie ell cum
stances Willi si.iii.h a moment's dr
la), be Dished ft. mi bis seal, s'.i.eil tht
ho) savugrly bv the n.-i I., diagged liliu
lo tin, luilhrc s-inl uf the school loom,
blllle 1(1 rtt IrlUUVe Ills llutlllllg, and then,
thlciivllig him .(cius's ill,, schuul desk, In
Itlcti'd nun) lerilble lashrs upon ills
exposed Ilrsll. At tile mlicln-loll of (ills
blUUI pel fullllJ lice lllr licit I less fiend
sscUed (he boy b) ihr brrls and tluevv
lilm he.idloiiK upuii Hie stone lloor.
"f'lilelllrs c-iiul to this went of dally
iicciitience.blnvvs and kb ks bring lnlllct
ed with the passion of a demon. At this
day, when corpoiul punishment Is so
largely and siiictl) foi bidden, It may
seem strange that It was not tcscntcl
by the p.u 'ills, nnd llutt a school uf such
biilliiliiy coiild have been luleiated for
a single jctr. Hip p.uents sixty years
ago. even lu this land, tolerated th list
of the rod and othei liistiuments of lot
turc In tchools a. the ucceesaty meant
i ol correction and thi moi( cUvt
sltimilii '- i , slinlj, ,nlng little inten
tion t Hi. ...tnpbiliits ,ir clilldicn.
"In Hi. mis, -if (his Voiksblie school
rompliiliiis on Hie part or pupils were
cut ,.ir l.i dlsirtiice fioin London, whence
Ileal j mi I he bnvs citliie, mill tune with
I he Jlllileistniidlllg Hull, oil .tr vomit of
tho Iniiu and expensive Journey hither
nml thither i-nu miim in u Mngo coach,
no .iiciill.in would be given for home
MlH. t.eltets vvlllleti In Hie buys bv
parents nml rrb tuls were suppressed,
nild, of eoiiise. no ImiultleS H-spevHtig
till' 1)0J Wete ever ulisvv. led We were
pciltilltcil lo Willo letleis hilt not lo
senl tlieiti, nnr vvele lliev ever sent to
out' parents ,,r ri lends without Itispre
Hon, or wllln. ut high praises, of the
school, under a liwiiy poiiiiltv. A letter
lo niv parents In London, willlelt iHlef
n pop) furnish, , hi Sitllies, lu which I
e.xiiressnl gloat li'inplin ss and Joy. ,..
acted (Inula of Its ttullifiiltiess. mid In
dtlce.l my pntetits p. denianil tin le
tin it (if Hil iliiii'iinl for my letiim I
was not iipptised. ciicpt by the eh.lllgeil
colidlict of .Mnst.'i S.nilrrs toward me
lt change ftmn iticut evetll.v to great
kliuliiess. being n will-known signal tor
ii Imj's recall. Al) reltlin wns, liovvevet',
long ilel.tved innb i vmloiis ptetenses
to niv pmenls, Inn the true le.ipuu wns
my iiiiiuepaied eoiiilliloii for going
"Mv eyes vv'eie affecU.l with n illsense
which never fnlled to ovettiikp each new
pupil upon entering school, subjecting
Ii 1 tit to long mi, I painful tieatiiieiil; mid
In nddlilon to this I was siiffeiing front
II lacMiled scnlp, pro.lticl III Hie llrst
Inslmice bv a fall In it wtestllng inntrh,
but nftei-w.itils nggravated by neglect
mid vbilent li.Mtiiient, being fre.tietitly
thrown upon the stone Hour by S,tilies
for ttllllng offenses . When seventy or
eighty boys are congregiited In a. school,
even lilusli usage Is relieved by rninp.ni
lonshlp mid spoils, and In time seveilty
Is submltlid to with liss sens,, of hard
ship and b ss disposition lo vent com
plaints; but my delayed return unil
changed appearance, b.v Hie loss of eye
lashes and Hie wnnt of llesb, prompted
lniiilili's by in) pat enls, eliciting start
"Aly lather, who was n successful Inw
Iness iirin on the Corn exchange, was
incensed beiuuil measure, mid tlneut
elied to ptosectllO S.lllles. He failed to
put his thte.it In la. execution. Ills pub
lic exposure of (be fads he secured eie
aled u public sentiment against the
school which caine In lime In the notice
of Chillies Dicki'iiK The wmld Is sttie
ly glowing wiser nnd better, as evi
denced, among oilier lefoinis, b.v legal
ised lesttnlnt upon coiporal puiilshuicnt
111 schools, thus protecting cbildten
from bodily liilllctlons, nflen undeserved,
often ailiniiilstetcd with passionate vio
lence." TURNED TO STONE.
An I'll. omilalubig Sufferer Con
Itetl (or Light, el, I oilg
Theie Is n man sltelclnd on n small
pallet at 1 .".L'."i Stiles stieet. n) the
Philadelphia Pi ess, who Is gia luall) be
coming ossltlcd. His name is (binge W
Keller. HI yems nld. The last eighteen
years of K.llei's life have been devuled
pilnclp.ill.v to .sufti'ilng liiieiiso pain and
te.uhlng that pel feet slate ot ligldlty
which his entile body, exi.pt Ills hend
and left anil, has assumed Keller's
eae bus bullied the skill of medical ex
pel Is since the ie.ii lsTT. No doctor has
et succeeded in lelieving his nindltlon
or even sldetr.ii king t lit. terrible prog
less of his allllctlon. He His on his little
bed appaiontlv with consummate leslg
natlou. but occasional!) wolulei lug w hut
he will eventiiall) llllll into.
Although Keller is In tin eighteenth
eiir of Ids siiifeiing, ills fact- has nut
pei.epilbl) changed, while bis bodv is
distorted nnd , tilled ufii-i tin lumim r
of a .siipeiminiiateil cull seivvv. Killei's
aliment is known in medlcul pail. nice us
"rhciioiutiihl in thrills." bin t. the uusit
phlsllc.iied 'ilwtui'i- It wttiild uppciir to
be a i iso uf genuine ossilleatlon. The
111 -st symptoms of It miinll. sled in
1ST:', bin iesondeil lea.lllv lo ticatiiient
Winn lu his i.'d jeni, in the summer of
IS,,. K'ilcr paid a vMi to Atliiiitlc (it),
whet. In sowed the si eds f Ills .ulhi -Utii
ul suiTt ling and defoi inltv.
ll was n w. n in da) in Julv of that
year and lie enjoyed lilm-, If in a in id
dance lu tin- old excursion hiiii-v He
mming iivoi heated, Iscll. r Ihuiiglillessly
went In tilt water to i I oil mid i mi
tt in ted a si-veie cold. Willi Ii speodllv lb -Mioped
Into tlie ailment linm u lit. h lit
is now siilliilng He was linn a pm
11(1. lit shoe lilllsliei, lint tin lllstasc
gi.ispctl lilm Willi sin h nn 1 1 n gllp Hint
In- nw,i winked ngnin
In lsT'i and 15.su K,.cr was liented at
the Jefleison hospital, but the bite I'ni
fessm (.loss proiiiiuuced him Inciuniilc.
Ill iss.' In was taken to the Pi-esbvte-
ilun liosidtal. Inn alter a sh.ul sojourn
In Hint institution it was dci ule.l that
Kellei's i.ise was not in the ia1tg"i)
of tumbles., lu 1SS7 Kellei was tteatid
at Die I'lilveisliy hospital, wli.-i" all
til'oiis to nllwiali Ins snttenngs ptove.l
He has lain on one sole for ileal ly
thliteeii yens, while his 1 s ami arms
are slowlv glowing ossilt mils K lb r
still lelalns a slight motion In Hie lick
and Hie left shoulder, but ills hands
have lifetime frightfully iipple'1 tun!
distorted The muscles ha i 'iiniill
and stllfeiieil mid his liaw-bki ling is
have itirni'tl lnvv.ir.lly with hip li iieisis-
tt nee tliut It was necessa'v to inv tin in j
open inn! place cotton on lb. palms ! i
the hands to prevent them being pnicid
thioiigb The nails on some ..i in- oes
and lingeis liave giovvn lu -ll. h an t ii"i'
moiis i ugili that the) bcii' n iiIIhuk
it seiiibliiuce to the cinul.it ornaments;
of mi Angola goat. Ii Is unlv b nil
almost supi i inim.iu n.ni ili.n Kill, i
can move ids lower limbs, ami Hi i. the
movent, lit comes ilun-tlv fiom Hi.
shtiulder and cun scale, ly b iioiutt!
Almost .lining the entile peiluil of
Kellei's Illness be bus sufititd Die must
I'scruclallng pain, which lie has boiiit
w-iih the inmost fortitude lb hurt a
sevcte alt. uk ol neuralgia about four
)c.ir.s ago, wblcli took Hi" vision of Hie
left e)i- along with It mid l"ft unpleas
ant i collect lous behind.
Keller ovcupii s his lime chn-lly ill
smoking a huge btlai-rooi pip., will. Ii
ho manages to light with a imit.-h stlek
dcxtetotlsl) lll.llllplll.llc.l Willi Ills (lip
pled mid almost pontile hand Tho
s to ill of Die pipe always lavs It lull
ens) ii'.i'ii of his inoiiib, so that with a
slight movement of tho head Killer can
cul.il it between bis tie til lie- likes to
eiil an) thing mid eveiytlilug that's good
nnd some tilings lli.it mc detiiuieutal to
Ills p., uc of lulu. I, for Iscib-r also uc
casino. ill) stll'lils llulll llidegestlou and
dyspepsia. III. Ilowanl 11. Mai Dp. of
lllgllleelllll mill (iletll htlevts, who lilts
iittcnded Kellei since his ilopaitiim from
the I'lilveisliy hospital, tie.us hlui when
these attacks of Indisposition como mi
Notwithstanding Hut extreme suft't rim;
Willi Ii Killer bus iiudeigoiie Hie .-.spies,
slim of his c.iiiuli niiinc is ns litiny.iiit
and pe. infill us when he was hale and
lie. illy. His ill iiicinur is alvviiys clieet
fill, his face .militate. I by a blight smile,
and his coiivi-isntlnu W unliviiicd bi u
piciiircsiitii' liiim.n. Kellei is passion
iil.iy loud of music mi. I colucldis with
I he slatelllent of Hie late William
Sli.llli'spe.iut Hint "A soul without uills)c
Is neither lit lor a man or dog."
Killer kecill) t.cls Die ubscne. ot Hie
gentle louch of Ills uiotliti's inlnisieilng
hand, for slio Is iiiiiliiied to bed Willi
an iii.-iii .lit!., i-aiii't ions comid.iiut lie
Ibis a .voillig liiotliff, however, who Is
most assiduous ill Ills iilteiitlon to moth
er mid son befoio lie leaves uurt win u lie
iriuins lioiu mnli
Swi i.il iielgliburs and otliei- chailtabl)
disposed inoplt! who ai i familiar with
Hit leJiiiies or iveiius cuiumitin rie-ii.-lill)
visit til" hiiiulsoiiif mile Sub s
street collugo and help to unius-e Uiv- in
valids. Keller lakes a very phllosopliie il
viwv of Ills voiidltlon uurt calmly awaits
Hie inevitable summons.
When you taller from lck hrailirlir. dlzl
ness, ronitlpatlon. etc., lememW Carter'. Lit
tie Liver I'll!-) will idiom you. One pill 1, a
GOING TO ST, LOUIS TO-NIGHT?
liuillngton Home train leaves at S 15 p.
m The only Hue running three slit-pels
with new elegant compartment berth, anj
buffit. Bervlce unturpmea.
CJp-i4 1'e.l(llex nn.l some tin niptitotis gtoccri will tell vou " llili I, n (o.l ai"
OC11U. or "tic Mine as l'camtie." I I 'S 1 Al Si; I'e'.itliiie never e.llttil,
nml f vour rirescr tends Jou s.iuicttiinu
lionctt itr.f ti I ten.
jsIeW Lipe BsJERGVtMo Vigor
mw DnnzLfwr vcrih'k pills o fiiiis Ttinc
7eworj seepessf?fss wpb tmww
pcrous Jebilify cAuseci Iwocr excrtio;;
yoij1fijl(TfV)n wwmkrk use o? oCCoa?;u
oIat nn,ulcA.,T jiVcvj i(jor ml sizefo
stroke? Qtyw mi M.w ?oram toxw
h() km prompt tiktfw p'n aI mihrkrs
&L. t 'tT-t ''Y'Fsi j
y' " 'ff"w "'-,.-'
, t .rfv v t y- j t w c -v
loi and 104 West 9th Street, Kansas City, Wo.
The. Old Hell title Doctor. Oldest 111 Age, Lnngert T.oeuted. A rternle
liratliialt, in Aletliilne. Over ill luar. special I'ractlvit.
Authorized bv Iho Stnto to treat CHK0N1C. NCBVOVS mi SPECIAL DISCASCS. fnrsi
r rniirium r.t or money rclkiideil. All uicdli lues fiirnPlietl ren.ly for use. No deten
tion from business. ) iticut snt mil ii.incctreitcil bv mr.ll and express. Meillclues
cnteverywlicre. free from razo or hrciikapc. C'mrgis low. Over 1.100 vases cured. Age anil
iiierlciiioi.i., lintiortnrt. Sstate 1 our tuso and scud for terms. L'ousultal.uu Is tico and cotiU-
letitl.il, either pcrsoniilly or by lecer.
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (5TmfH0.t;no
produi ing losses', pimples nml blotches on the fr.ee, rushes of blood to bead, pains In b.icU, con
fused lileii'iiii.d forget fuln' ss, b:ishriitnc-. mors . 11 to society, loss of i-e.xuid power, loss ot
inanlmod, A e . cured for life. I c in step nil night losses, restore lost sexual pow er, rcstoro nerro
nuil brala power, cii.aigo unit stnugthcu w eak p irts Dud luaho jou til for-inrrlage.
CmliMic tint terrible rtlsrnse, In nil In J Cf ricflirr rrmincntly, cured without
3J,",,l- liiruis unit reinges imeil forl-'l-, - caustic, iiiiitnc, boucles or
Ilfo. Illooil Poisoning. SUm Diseases, 1 leers, i Founds. No pa'.n, no exposiuc. Paileni can
.Swelliiiu-s. Sores, , joiiorrlio'aii'iil l.lecc. umili'l a use tnc tr. .111111 lit pi nouie.
lonnsiif Privato Diseases positively cured orifilf,,n1.,4 ijT, iho flrr.it Turkl
money rcfundcit. I Iv.-Ulliaililll lihcuniulic Cure.
nnl. for both sexr. !s1 pnees, r;; pictures jseiili LUPIk Tliopreattst tbcovery In t
lrs true 10 Lie. wlili lull d scrintloa
nitnrotilse.i-e'.. the eiTeets nml cure, seat 1 cap
edlnptaiu wriippei-forrciustiiiups. Jicid this
little book nuil ausiv cr list ot nucsllons.
Rrn Al.icoinn of Anntnmv Tor Men Only. Ticpletowlth j orn, r 1101-ri:
rTCC JUllSCllm Ol AnaiOITiy thous.ii'ilsofiurlolties Thel e a, m.toar.m.
Ilfo-lll-o models and was figures deeply Impress tbo mind-, .1 school of lu-1 Sundayi 10 to IS.
atructlon a sermon without words.
J Ii lwi,XM0rirmsltri1 In tii tank, iihlch I utf forlttt or abon dlstmci that I cannot cur
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liaog-Mdjaoe UnlgnAyt?. LNtjaLVnion RsceO, Kan9acity,jii.
Song of the washboard.
Kiullos.; rulilitiirr tirosomp, rtiinnus,
back broakiny ; wear and tear on tlu'iips
rubbed ; wear and tear on temper
nnd health; wear ami tear on every
' thine; even the washboard itself.
Its all dune away with, if yon list.
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there isn't any rubbing on it ; there's
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way of washing easy, economical,
ami, above all ihiutrs, absolutely safe.
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