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THE HOME NEWSPAPER.
The Journal, $4.00 a year
ty mall, 10 cents a wcok
THE HOME NEWSPAPER,
Tho Journal, $4.00 a yo.ir
by mall, 10 cents a week
VOLUjME XXXVII, NO. S27.
KANSAS CITY, MAY f, 1805.
PKIGE .FIVE CENTS.
-1 " g l- !z
Makes profitable haying for yon. And here yon'll find tho perfection of rood retailing.
Large cash purchases low profit reuniting benefits Jo our patrons.
t.eirn the trntlt of this In the bargains beloir.
In nno Woolens nnd Silks, th newest
patterns nnd effects, nml at prices that
will win you ns surely ns a Bight of the
Bordered All Bilk Nun's Veiling, worth
$1.60 and H.0D, for 11.10 nnd 11.21.
45-ltich Extra Fine Ulnck Berg ilnn
es. all wool, worth 75c, for.... rf U
44-Inch All Wool tllack Novelty ISO
noods, worth S3c, for Osf C
M-lnch Fine Ulnck Droadcloth, Ofl-.
reduced from tl.25 to........... 07C
Sllnch lllnck Sntlns, extra soft OOo.
finish, worth $1.75, for 90C
83-Inch Crinkled Figured Drapery Silks,
nssorted colors, worth 75c, C.
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
Half dollars do dollar duty In our Bhlrt
Waist Department Latest styles, newest
fabrics, at 4rc, 09c, (Ho, Sjc.
Summer Corsets, worth 7Tc, this inn
week only 57C
Silk Wlro Hat Frames, all the now
Bhnpes. nt 13c. ltcmember, they aro the
name that others nsk 4.'c for.
knee Hats, handsomely trimmed with silk
ribbon, Powers and Tuscan braid, well
worth J3.9S each, oar QO
Flower's, Jet" Ornamcnta" nnd Straw
Tlralds at Just halt millinery storo prices.
Special Sales. "
Jlonday morning, nt 8:30, and Wednesday
afternoon, nt 2:30, Manufacturers'
Lengths of Lining Cambric YH
Friday' afternoon," tit"2:'30."Mui O.-.V.J
Lengths of Pleached Muslin atftCIO
Ladles' House Slippers, well made, Just the
thing for summer wear, nil oq
men h ouiipera, Fame no nnovo, well
mado nnd durable, all A "7 -.
Ladle?' Genuine Dongola Oxford TIe3 In
several styles, with patent
leather tip and trimming, all COm
sizes at QfC
Ladles' Fine quality Tnn Oxford Ties,
square or opera toes, llcxlblo nQ.
sole, all sizes 90w
Ladles' Real Dongola Oxford Ties, patent
tip. flexlblo sole, square and ftO
opera toe, exceptional value nt 90(
Ladles' Fine Kid Tan Oxford Tics, hand
turned, squaro nnd opera tt I OR
toe. worth $1.75, for 9laafiO
. Children's Hose Supporters, with shoul
der straps, worth 23c, for 15c a pair.
Pearl Buttons, Cc dozen.
Pure Ilristlo Nail Brushes, 13o value,
Patent Hooks and Eyes, worth Ec a dozen
wc sell two dozen for 3c.
Hat and Dress Ruckles, In steel and Jet,
nt 10c, 12',Jf. l-'o. lSe. 21c anil 23c.
Sateen Finish Dress Drilling, double
width, nil colors, at Sc a yard.
Dr. Greene's Ncrvura, 82c; worth SI.
Beecham's Pills, 18c: worth 23c.
Allcock and Belladonna Porous Plasters,
12Wc; worth 23c.
Mennen's Borated Talcum Powder, 20c:
Warner's Safe Cure, !3e: worth $1.23.
Pitcher's Cnstorla, MONDAY, 20c; worth
5fou can't be dlssutlaacd with anything you bay hero bocnaso you needn't koop anything
you don't want.
1109-1111 Main, Street.
la the best of teachers. This Is as
true to-day as when llrat said. I
have 'hnd thirty years' experience
In my business, consequently experience-does
not mean experiment
with me. My business Is
That Is what I mean to talk about.
- I buy mine green.
C0TT66S Wl,5'' Because
wsaaw. green coffee In its
natural state will show Us imper
fections. .My experience has taught
me this. I buy only the best
grades. I roasit Miese coffees.
They have the substance and ila
vor, and make a drink lit for an
epicure. Have you ever tried
them? Bolls for only
!I0 CKXTS A I'OO.N'I)
You may want other groceries.
I have them. My Htock Is com
plete and Is nlways of tho best
grades, lilve me u call. 1 pin
my faith to "quick sales and small
profits." It's the flag I sail under.
1 enn save you money. You can
depend on my goods, because I de
pend on my thirty years' experi
ence, 2-1 lbs Granulated Sugar $1 (V)
Sfiltw White C Sugar l w
3i,J lbo Best Golden Bio 1 M
3 lbs Java 1 00
3 lbs Mocha IK
Teas, any prlieo you want.from
10o to SI.OO a poun.l.
2 cans Fine Poanhcs 23
2 cans Fine Apricots 23
2 cans Fine Muscat Grapes .... 23
3 lbs Sun Dried Apples 23
3 lbs California Peaches 23
B lbs Grapes S3
5 Iba Itatsliis 23
, t FLOtm.
T e have not changed our
prices as yet, and still sell
best high patents at summer
Superb High Patent 1 !A
Head Center High Patent .... 1 fl
Upper Crust 1 GO
Daylight l 40
Farmer's Pride l CO
L.. B. .XJSTIlsr
41S MAIN ST.
Having' purchased tho entire stock
of tho Mutou & Humliu, Co. 'a rjanoh
and Organs, and having an immenbe
assortment of Chlckerlng & Sons,
Alason & Hamlin, Hnieraon, Sterling
and Huntington Pianos coming,, in
aro desirous of disnofclng of our pres
ent stock and off ar unusual bargains in
- : PIANOS stf
Como and Boa us. No trouble to
show goods. Unlimited guarantee
given with each instrument.
siirrdisor to Mason & Hamlin.
1012-1014 Walnut Street, Kan$at City, Ma
CARU HOFFMAN, CiilclcerUag Hall,
All the newest patterns n Prints, Inctuit
Ing Fancy Stripes, Flowers nnd Checks, at
4?iC Cc, 6C.
Bargains In Other Dcpts.
. Bleached Muslin, 3 Inches wide, 8c value,
Monday at 4a yard.
Men's Night Shirts, trimmed with silk
embroidery and Hamburg en.
KdRlng, $1.00 value, for OsJC
Ladles' Ulnck Satin 4-ln-IInnd r
Tics, silk lined, 49c value, for. COC
Sllvcrine Belt Buckles, war
ranted not to tarnish, 33o IO
value, for IOC
M0 Infants' Long nnd Short Cloaks, in
silk nnd cashmere, handsomely embroid
ered, bought at manufacturer's clenring
sale, to be sold at Wo on the dollar of their
Children's Dresses, made of line zephyr
ginghams, all colors and trimmed with em
broidery, some with India linen yokes nnd
sleeves, sizes from 2 to G years, nt 73a to
$1,31: worth Xt& per cent more.
18 Inch Cotton Toweling, So Ol
value , OC
All linen T.vllled Toweling, 12'4a Olv
value, for OC
Blenched and unbleached Imported Table
Linen, newest patterns, 29c, 43c and 49c
Turkish Bath Towels, large Oim
size, 18c value for tidsC
PHUCALKS FOB SltlllT WAIHTS-Hn-gllsh
percales In stripes, flowered and polka
dot, latest colorings, 3fi Inches wide, ot 814c,
10c, 12V4C, worth 10c, 13c and 20a yard.
Beit Apron Ginghams In all tho now
checks at Be yard; you know what they
Ladles' Bleached and Unbleached Vests,
with taped necks, 20c quality, In-
Ladles' Jersey Silk Mitts, with new patent
thumbs, usually sold at 43c, l)Rn
our price 4SmJj
Children's Capes and Bonnets, made of
mulle, lace, silk, etc., some beautifully
trimmed, at 10c, 12',ic, 13c, 20c, 25c up to
Imported Zephyr Lnlno Challles In nil the
new colorings, ucauiuui nnwer f r
designs, well worth 15c, for... I j
Inack Laces Chantllly, Point d'Irlande,
etc., nt Sc, 10c, 12Wc. I5c and lSe.
Cream Laces Oriental, Point d'Anglalse,
Butter-colored Valenciennes, etc., from 3c
uoys- snirc waists in percales, uutlnr
Cloth and Madras Cloth, well made, at
10c, ISc, 23c up.
SPECIAL WW Framed Pictures. Includ
ing water colors, steel engravings, artist
proof etchings, and all styles of frames,
slightly soiled, former prices up to $3; now
49c, C3c nnd 7oc.
Just nrrlved Another shipment of nno
China Mattings: our price next week, 10c,
12',fcc, 15c, 20c, 22c and 29c, worth from 5c
to 10a yard more.
Best Opaque Window Shades, 23e, 32c and
Nottingham Lace Curtains, newest de
signs, taped edges, D5c, 93c, $1.23, $1.19 pair
You can save money by purchasing ham
mocks here, all sizes and prices 19c, G9c,
(He, 72c up to $1.19 each.
House Furnishing Dept.
Good heavy Copper Boiler, $t.G9.
Heavy lietlnned Boilers, 2so. S, c6pper
bottoms, 79o and S9c each.
Extra good Parlor Brooms, 15c and 20c
Wire Cloth, from 20 to 31 inches wide,
from 10c yard up.
Morticed Wire Doors, in all sizes, at 72c,
79c and S2c each.
Heavy Japanned Cuspidors, at 8c each;
You've heard of them, haven't
The Swell Special
Sells for more money than any
other wheel. And Justly so. It's
worth it. See It betoro you buy.
High grade. Honestly made. Up
to date In every particular.
The best medium grade line In
tho world. Pennine narrow tread
nnd light weights.
Wliolexnlo mid Itetnll
IliryeU'H and Cutlery.
704 Main St Sign Big Knife.
1 7 Jewel
Elgin nnd Wnlthaui, stom wind,
stem sot; 141c gold tilled railroad
Watches; warranted for twenty
years; Monday for ....
VVHOI.ESAI.K A.M 1IKTAII.
1017 riain Street.
Illustrated Catalogue mailed tree,
JOHN H. KRULL
Merchant Tailoring Co.
NOW LOCATED AT
1208 MAIN STfiEET,
TJIKKK DOOItS SOUTH Of TWKLtTH ST.
F. M. DeBORD,
PAINTS, GLASS, ROOM
HOLDING AND WALL PAPER.
Tei. 1999. ma-is walnut St.
I DRAPERIES I
I For the Million. I
Derbys, 3.25 lo $15,00. AU colors rt,l(i yj. I
I (Miles, $2.00 to 312,00. Best selected stock in the ciy. I
I Tapestries, $3.00 tO $75.00. AU arc artistic and new. I
WnVPil I'lMPls. $5.00 In $175.00. We arc the exclusive arents.
I RopC 1'orlicrCS, $2.00 (O $20.00. "'' &' them in any color.
I SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK I
Xotlinsliams. 50e lo $3 50.
Venetian Laces, $2.59 to $7.50.
Scotch Brussels, $3.50 lo $10.00.
Genuine Brussels, $5.50 lo $18.00
Fine Brussels, $20.00 lo $125.00.
PRICES WERE NEVER SO LOW.
When purchasing Draperies of us you can dopond on
our furnishing tho latest importations. Our Drapery sales
men have made this the study of their lives, and they under
stand thoroughly every detail. Our treatment is original.
You cannot fail to bo pleased. "We refer to all tho best fur
nished houses of this city.
FURNITURE and CARPET CO.,
121 TO 1224 M:.IIJT ST
AN AGE OF PROGRESS.
That wo are living In a progrcsslveage will not bo seriously questioned by any
one. Improved methods are the order of the day In nltnost every direction. Tho
methods so long In vogue for peopling the world are, perhaps satisfactory
to most of us and doubtless any Inovatlon In that direction would meet with
violent opposition, though wo must admit that the agencies employed would
bear considerable Improvement, and right here wo would aak your hind atten
tion to a few romarks regarding the merits of the most Important und wonder
ful discovery and invention ever glvon to munklnd the Electropolse. This In
strument has now been before the public for-ten years, and,lts wonderful work
has confounded the skeptics and silenced tho scoffers By its uso the most se
vere pain can bo brought to subjection In n fuw minutes. HopeleMVasenof Fever.
Pneumonia and Diphtheria are cured In a short time.' Tho worst forms of
Ilheumatlsm are promptly cured. Female complaints of every character readily
respond to Its Influence. Catarrh that terrible destroyer nt tho human hys
tem Is driven out. Paralysis and Lo comotor Ataxia have received mor,. benefit
from the Klectropolse In a month than from any other form of treatrient In a
year. Dyspepsia and Kidney Diseases cannot exist under its Inlluence. There
Isn't a form of disease that It won't materially benefit. Xo skill required to use
it, and no risk Is Incurred nt any time. Applicable alike to the Infant and
the adult. Some of tho skeptics will tell you it cannot do what we claim, nor
anything else, Of course, they will, liless your soul, those fellows said that
steam could not be used ns a propelling iower: that nnasthpsla. was Impossible;
that the circulation of the blood was not a fact, and when Morse, first proposed
his telegraph line those fellows thought he should bo conllneiPIn a lunatic asy
lum, nnd so on, to the end. Your skeptic knows more of what can't be done
than the whole practical world knows what can and Is being done. Now, ns to
the facts. There are upwards of eleven hundred people ItlP.HT IIRKI2 In Kan
sas City NOW. who are tislng the I01ectroiolse, und heaven knows most of them
took It up with little confidence In Its efficiency. Leading bankers, lawyers,
merchants and business men have but little time for fine spun theories, nor aro
they visionary. No; but they want HAItD. COLD FACTS, und this Is the class
of people who love nnl recommend the Klectropolse. Men who look to ItK
SCLTS beyond everything els-e. If you are suffering from any form of disease
don't hesitate to Investigate tlte Klectropolse. You owe it to yourselves, to
your families, to your friends and to society to obtain the Ix-st means for pro
moting health nnd this method Is 11 1 your service for a few paltry dollars, and
one Instrument will treat from I, to a dozen persons nt one anil the same time,
successfully. No matter what the aliment may be. Nor Is It essential to know
Just what the disease may be with the Klectropolse in your possession you 11 ro
practically Independent of drugs or medicines. Hemeinber. that while under
Klectropolse treatment, you not only need no medicine, HPT YOU MPST TAKI3
NONK. Wo nsk you. In justice to yourselves, to investigate It. Wo shall be
pleased to give you very facility to do (-0, without expense. If you can't como
In send your name and address, and we will send you a book, free, describ
ing It. Itemember, you can use It at homo and treat while asleep, 317 Itldgo
building. Kansas City, Mo.
J. B. SULLIVAN, General Western Manager,
MILLER & BAIRD.
WALL 1205 and 1207 Grand Ave.
PAPER. Telephone 2508.
Pure Ice Cream.
WALL PAPER !
Wo have Just received another rarload
of new designs In Wall Paper, which u-o
bought at a very low price, for snot cash.
We will put on sale Monday a largo lino
of KMnrh special for 'm per roll: the
sumo goods that you pay DOu and 7oo per
roll for In other stores. Call and examlno
our Immense lino of new Wall Paper and
satisfy yourself that this is the place to
buy Wall Paper, interior uetorauons, too,
are at bottom prices.
Mall orders solicited. Send Sc for samples.
QEO. P. POTVIN
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Tol. 1710. 1221 tfrawl Ave.
Do You Like
Clean Smooth Toivcia to uie after wu.li
lug? If , cull telephone IJJ74 for
SILVER TOWEL & K. C, TOWEL GO,
A. C, FULKERSON, Prop.
Stuart & Bittel,
1305 Grind Av Kansas City, Mo,
Cheap and wry serviceable.
A'cw and mast tt(?i.
The most, durable lane made
lleautljul and cheap.
Superior to all in de.ilans.
1119 Main Street.
tom r.tisiti:i.L, is im:ai.
The St. Juiepli Train ICoIilior Ktplres From
tho IJITucts or Ills Wounds.
St. Joseph, Mo., May 4, (Special), Tom
Parrell, alias Leiow and Mc(iure, the
train robber, died this morning from tho
wounds received In u battle with police
ollleers Wednesday night.
When ho renllssed he was going to die
Father Domlnlik Wagner, pastor of Kt.
Mary's church, was bent for, ami re
mained with tho dying man several min
utes, administering what consolation was
within his power. Tho remains of the
dead man are still at the hospital. Hlch
aid Hun, Karrell's victim, Is dying.
Howard, the other robber, was arraigned
for murder and pleaded not guilty.
Washington, Mny 4. General Schofleld
will not leave on his extended trip of In
spection of urmy posts until the 16th or
luth of May. An erroneous Impression has
been obtained to the effect that the gen
eral will be on leave of absence, but he
will be as before, commanding general of
the army and exercise tho command until
10th and Walnut,
Cabinet Photographs I3.00 per doz
en. Proof shown and all
1873. vff '
SURE OF SUCCESS.
Missottitt ni:rtmi.U!ANs i.xpi.ut to
c'aiiuv Tin: siati: in num.
MORE THAN A FIGHTING CHANCE
THIS FA(!T HAS IIHOttmiT OUT NU
A STRONG MAN FOR GOVERNOR
tut. rr.TTi.ton.v, or i.inn county,
woin.i) maki: a (toon itAui:.
Senator Krnnlnli nnd ltrpronifiillrr Hlg
lice and Wntpon Prominently Mention
ed In Connection With the At
torney (leuiTulHlitp Other
Jefferson City, Mo,, Mny 4. (Special.)
Two years ngo tho Kcpublleun who ran
for a stnte otllce In Missouri led a for
lorn hope. Mossback Democracy held so
firm a hold that It Seemed Impossible to
loosen ItH grasp. Hut tl" Republican party
kept up Its light and finally Its bravery
und perseverance were rewarded, To-day
HON. U. F. RUSSELL,
tho Republicans have more than a lighting
chance of securing entire control of the
stnte government at the next election.
This knowledge begets confidence nnd
confidence begets candidates. Let the
reader rest assured that there will bo no
lack of material to pick from wiien the
next Republican state convention meets.
This Thirty-eighth general assembly, with
Its extra session, lias been the birthplace
JOHN R. KKNNISH.
of many a candidate: one Is born every
day, and the race is going to be a hard
and pretty one. It Is estimated that fully
one-half of the prominent Republicans of
tho two houses. Inspired by almost certain
party victory, nre willing to be "men
tioned." There are candidates all over the
slate, of course, who havu no connection
with this general .assembly. They will not
bo mentioned In this article. This Is a
story of ambitions born within legislative
There was a time when Speaker Rcnja
mln F. Russell, of Steelevlile, was con-
sldered n likely man for governor, but
It Is now said that tho Crawford county
editor aspires lo bo sergcant-at-nrms of
the national houso ot representatives.
That being the case, ho may bo consid
ered out of tlui gubernatorial race, and tho
strong man looks liku Dr. A. U. I'ettlJohu,
Dr. lvttljohn Is an able man nnd ungues,
tlonably the most popular man in the
nuiibc. iiu ik wimi wuuiii no caueti a lov
able man. While a consistent ami con
Belenlloiis Republican, lu is a conservative
man and is liked by Democrats and ite
puliilcans alike. At his own hunie lu I.lun
county he Is beloved by all the peoplo.
If he chooses to make tho race for gov
ernor he will go Into tho convention with a
Senator John Kennish. of Mound nty.
Representative Hdward lllgbee.of BchiiyU-r
A. C. rBTTXJOHN.
county, and Representative O. A. Watson,
of Christian, are all mentioned lu con
nection with the attorney generalship.
Of these, KcnnUh ia most talked of, He
has made u mobt enviable record In tho
Thirty-eighth assembly und has drawn to
himself a host of friends. He is one of the
men to whoso bklrts no taint of scandal
For the otllce of secretary of state there
are no les than four candidates already la
Brf'" ( Yl
hUA ' ' vi,r W
the rielil. They are llepnsenlnllve t'or
tei'lleld, of .Sprlnglleld; Chief t'leik Albert
flrlllln. iir Ht. Umis; OllUlal llrportrr
H.im Kellnr, of rulnskl. nnd llopreHentn.
live Kreomnn, of Miller. Mr. llrllllu ex
pects thri support of Ohauiiery I, Kllley
nnd all tho olher probablv have grounds
upon which lo base rlnltns of utiecvm.
An elTol-t will be made to Induce .laeoh
r. (Imellrh, of Itoonvllle, to make the
fare for state tte.isurir. (Imellrh Is 11
Herman banker. He Is nil holies!, con
servative, utile man.
Voiing, or TYxitK county. Is talked of for
railroad ronmilsloner, Willi what ituthor
llv Is not known.
Thlt Is but n sketch hurriedly prepared
of a few of the good men who nre looking
toHuni uie bilglit day when Missouri Is
Ami there me others.
FOUR KILLEDJY A TORNADO,
St. Vlmrli'4 VUllnl hy n Terrible Storm
Willi I'll hi I Itc'tilL-Miuiy
Aurora, III., May I. Tho village of St.
Charles was visited by n tornmlo to
day, with fittnl results. The old stcum
posfolllco litillillng, standing on the east
side of Main street, occupied by Mrs.
Chinch ns n millinery store, wns blown
down nml Mrs. Church was killed. Two
young ladles had apartments In the
building, nml one of them who Is miss
ing Is supposed to bo In the ruins. Tim
other. Miss Augusta Anderson, wur
killed, The falling walls cutlght and
killed n passing horse, nnd the driver
wns seriously Injured. Two other men
were struck by llyltig timbers nnd were
illlp badly hurt. It Is reported tliat
several other persons about town re
ceived Injuries more or less serious. A
man named Luther Caustlu had one leg
and mi urm broken. Andrew Johnson,
of Klgln, had his back broken. The
Mrs. Ilattle 13. Church, St. C.hnrles.
.Miss Augusta Anderson, St. Charles.
Chuiles Johnson, St. Charles.
Joseph Thompson, St. Charles.
iiatti.i: with i:s(!Ai'i:n convicts.
Two of Them Killed and Officer Wolfert Sc
rliiuily Wounded nt WoiiiIhiiM, O. T.
"Woodward. O. T.. May I. A bold Jail
delivery, followed by tho killing of two
of the escaped convicts and the serious
wounding ot Olllcer Hun Wolfert, oc
curred here early this afternoon.
About 1 o'clock Prisoners Hill, "Wad
dell and HclTen, the first two confined
for liberating prisoners a month ago,
secured 11 gun nnd forced the guard to
open tho cage. They then armed them
selves with Winchesters in the cell
house and started for tho hills. Sheriff
Oden Immediately summoned a number
of deputies and gave chase.
Within a mile from town the trio were
overtaken. They were afoot, while their
pursuers were well mounted, and es
cape was impossible. A demand to sur
render, however, was nnswered with a
volley from the convicts, who had taken
refuge behind 11 large rock. This was
tho signal for general firing, which wns
kept, up slmrply by both sides for fully
half an hour. For the time being, be
cause of their barricade, the convicts
hail the better of the situation, nnd be
fore any of them had been hit by the
deputies' shots Olllcer U'i Wolfert re
ceived a bullet through the loft arm and
Olllrer J'rlor's horse was shot from un
der him. As soon ns Hrlor's animal fell
tho ollleers scattered and surrounding
the rock poured shot after shot Into the
convicts. At 'tho ilrst volley, which ivaa
given In concert, Hill and Heffen were
made lo bite the dust. Tho firing was
kept up, however, but soon AVaddell.
who had lain Hat on the ground and
succeeded lu escaping the bullets, gladly
The escape, killing and enpture con
sumed a little less than three hours.
Olllcer Wolfert's wound Is serious. Ills
arm has been amputated.
ItKNOIINCIlll IIV TIIK UNWASIIKD.
Cook County Democratic Convention Scores
Cleveland Amid (.rent ApidiiilNe.
Chicago, May I. The county Demo
cratic convention, held hero to-day, pre
paratory to the Democratic state mone
tary convention to be held In June, de
veloped into a hot nutl-Cleveland gath
ering. Tho president was denounced
and repudiated amid tho wild applause
ot the delegates, wlm greeted every crit
icism of the administration with en
thusiasm. l'3x-Judge .McCotinell, of Chi
cago, president of the lnniiols Club, de
livered 11. lengthy address, in which ho
declared that the president, elected by
Democrats, had become the prophet and
the standard-bearer ot everything but
Kx-Cotigrossnian Rryan, of Nebraska,
roundly scored the administration, and
other speakers followed In the same
strain. Out of TOO delegates to the con
vention, only about 3.,') were present.
Tho platform adopted by the conven
tion declares for the free and unlimited
coinage of gold anil sliver at Hi to 1.
A determined effort will bo made to
Juivo the samo platform adopted by the
state convention In June.
MISSOURI C. i:. SOUIKTIKS.
ChrUthin Cluirrli Hiideutorers Hold nn In
teresting Meeting at Sedallu.
Sediilia, Mo.. May A. (Special.) Tho
third day's sebslon of tho Christian Hn
dcavor Societies of the Christian church
of Missouri was very Interesting, Over
S0O delegates wero present and tho Inter
est in Christian Kndeavor work has re
eelved a wonderful impulse. After prayer
service llaxlcr Waters, of Huntsvllle, de
livered an address on "Heroes of tho 111
ble," The forenoon was devoted to tho
"School of Methods" and papers wero read
as follows: "The President," D. II, Car
penter, Centralia: "Chorister and I3ndo.iv
or Music," A. O, Harrison. St. I.oulsj
"llndeaviir Literature," W. W. Dow
Hug, St. I.oulsj "Chairman of tho
Committee." Miss Lillian Itoss. Paris,
Tho nTldiess of W. F. Richard
son, of Kansas City, on "Christian
Kndeavor and Present Day Problems."
was a very flue elfort and was enthusi
Kate Hans, of St. Louis, presided In the
afternoon at the Junior Kndeavor meet
ing, The papers were: "Successful
Methods," Mrs. Menefee, Warrcnsburg',
".Model Junior Superintendent," Nannlo
(lordon, Lexington, nnd "Things Licking
lu tho Junior Christian Kndeavor." Pres.
Ident Kate Ilnus. The session closed with
a talk by Mrs. J, C. I Hack, of St. Louis.
on junior work. This evening Oscar
Sweeney, of Sweet Springs, read a paper on
"How for Roth Christ and the Church."
Tho concluding address was by T, 11.
.Meyers, of Kansas City,
The nourishing food prepared by Price's
Cream linking Powder supplies strength
and good health,
LOOKS UI.OOMY TO JOHN M.
Senator Palmer, of HIUioU, See No Light
Ahead for Democracy,
Chicago, May 4. United States Sena
tor John M. Palmer, in an Interview to
day, declared that the Democracy of
the state has a very gloomy futuro be
fore It, nnd, us a leader of the stnte De
mocracy, his remarks created a sensa
tion In local political circles. In re
sponse to u question ns to what the
outlook for his party Is, In Illinois, ho
"It has no outlook. Every man In the
party is looking out for himself and
eating the others up."
He declined to discuss silver.
Washington, May I. (Special.) It was
elated at the nostofflce department to-day
that In all probability no change would ba
made in the Leavenworth nistntllc, until
I sear he od ot the fiscal year.
You Don't Understand
Mow wc can produce such hand
some DRESS AND BUSINESS
SUITS for 20 and 25 DOLLARS.
It is because you do not un
derstand our co-operative way
of doing business. When you
know our way of doing business
you will see how wc do it.
F. B. ROBINSON
The Cn-Opernthn Tailors.
824 Delaware St.,
.iiisT iti:i.ow tiii: .iiinction.
A POP'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL,
sr.NAToit iiot!.si:iioi.ii:u di.si'i.avki)
1CAKK AIIILITV IN DltAWINCi I'llKS.
Ilo tint 91,000 for i:ightficu .Months' Serv
ice and Knocked Down Mileage In a
Donliln Capacity lVrluipt
Traveled on I'unsrs.
Topckn, Kas., Mny 4. (Special.) Peo
ple who have followed the evidence In
the Householder trial nre at no loss
now to understand why the festive sen
ator from Cherokee county made such
frantic efforts to prevent the Investiga
tion launched by Oovernor Morrill.
Without pro-Judging the case before tho
defense has had nn opportunity to In
troduce testimony, certain unanswer
able evidence In the way ot records, etc.,
has been presented which furnishes
ample reason why Householder should
KO to the courts for an Injunction
against an Inquiry Into his ofllclal nets.
For instance, vouchers from tho stnte
auditor's olllce have been placed In evi
dence which show that during the past
eighteen months Householder has drawn
from the state for services upon the
state board of charities about $4,uut,
which Is one-third more than the state
of Kansas has ever paid for like services
In the samo length of time. In piling up
mileage and per diem charges against
tho state the senator bus shown him
self to be a financial artist of unques
tioned skill. Ho could make more miles
between given points nnd ilnd a neces
sity for trips over the ground oftener
than tiny man who has ever been In the,
employ ot the state. Xot the least of his
feats was to collect from the state
doublo mileage for the trip he made to
Topcku when the state senate enlivened
in January. lie charged up 'the miles
traveled llrst as a state senator and
again us member of tho board of char
ities, wltlle certain of his Populist asso
ciates aro wicked enough to say that ho
did not pay out a cent but traveled on
u pass. It 1ms been said by the philoso
pher of Paint creek that whenever u
man commences to howl reform with
one hand and runs for ofllec with the
other, ho will bear the closest kind of
watching, nnd Senator Householder cer
tainly supplies corroborative testimony
to the aphorism. The reformer from
Cherokeo county did not get nicely
warmed lu his seat before lie com
menced to bleed the treasury. Ho and
ex-Senator II. H. Kelly dn-w $10(1 from
tho state for preparing u bill in relation
to public charities, which the recent
legislature sat down upon with a dull,
sickening thud. This hud no mure war
rant lu law than would a claim from
tiny or all of the members of tho legisla
ture for each bill prepared and intro
duced, lie drew pay lor making out a
certain report Willi which he had no
lawful connection, and which In reality
was made by n bookkeeper at the asy
lum while he played croquet with the ''
female attendants at tho asylum, I In
visited his relatives in Iowa nnd drew
mileage for the trip from tho state. It
wns lu testimony by other members of
tho board that Householder kept thu
board in a constant slate of locomotion
for the purpose of taxing up mileage.
Hut details are unnecessary. Tho plain
fact that ho drew J 1,000 from the stuto
for eighteen months' service, besides his
accommodations of coffee, etc., which
ho says were "unsolicited presents," Is
of Itself ii conviction upon at lenst one
count of the indictment.
It is expected that tho Householder
trial will be finished by next Friday
night, when the case against Dr. Knl
berg, the female assistant superintend
ent nt tho asylum, will bo taken up.
WE OFFER MORE
BARGAINS IN SHOES
lltcause wo have tho (foods and "cash"
makes tiio prices. Come to headquarters,
"Tho only Strictly Cash Shoe Store."
The handwriting is on the wall. Th
edict has gone forth that
Carilich and Nichols
havo the only afe and sure method of
curing Rupture, using no knife, causing na
pain; no detention from business. CUlili
The doctoral can ts found t
534 New Ridge Bldg,