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Tin5 KANSAS CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY. MAY n; 1895,
THE GRANDEST COLLECTION OF
SHIRT WAISTS!
-h 3,000 PAIR5 OF
SAMPLE SHOES!
OR-
TH
$7,50o.oo Worth for $4,5oo.oo.
$7,500 Worth of Sample Shoes, or 3,000 Pairs, Will go on Sale Beginning
HBSDAY, FOR $4,500!
This We bolicvo to be (ho largos., purchase of Sample Shoes ever pinned on sale at one time in Kan
sas City or the West. Now we are ollerin yon a new line of samples goods that are advanced in style
and linisli. made by one of the largest makers of good wearing shoes in the New England states at about
half price. "We bought this line of samples at about 50 cents on Ihe dollar, or at one-half the manufact
urer's price and as the sizes were some larger the widths some wider than any sample line we have
oversold, we believed you would buy one, two or even three pairs of shoes if offered at half price. We
are going to try and make it so plain that, a child can buy at this sale.
NOTICE iSizos mill widths in ouch lot, and if any of your iiuiiily wear tliese sizes or widths be on hand early Thurs
day luoniiiiir-for there is always u choice. In this Jl.OOt) pairs .von will find Oxfords, Tans ami Black. Tnu
Jligh Shoes, Black ami Tan Juliets, Children's and .Misses' Shoes and Slippers, El c, Etc-
SOME OF THE KINDS YOU'LL FIND AT THIS SALE !
1.25 foi
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY.
IW 1,912 New Shirt Waists, the rcgli-
rl lar $1,25 kind, to be sold, begin
ning THIS MORNING, at.
75 Cts.
So unusual is it thai it's possible to get such fresh, new, desirabe goods goods that are in the height of stylo,
goods in season, to sell at three-fifths regular price and also such vast quantities of the prettiest patterns of the
season, that we consider this the GREATEST OFFERING WE'VE EVER MADE IN SHIRT WAISTS.
ONE LOT Ladies' Tnu Ilut
ton and Luce Shoes,
square timl pointed toes;
Tnu and llhick .luliuts,
hand turned and hand
welts, nt
$1.98.
Worth 2. so to SI. Sizes
3, 3H and 1. Widths 15
and C.
AXOTMUt LOT Ladies'
Tan nml IJlack Oxford
Ties and I'rincc Alberts,
pointed and square toes,
hand turned soles, at
$1.48.
Worth S2.50 and SIS. 00. Sires
3, 3J and -1. Widths R
and C
1SIC. ASSORTMENT La
dies' I'ancy Slippers,
w liite canvas Oxfords and
Klitolc mid Tan turned
soli1 Oxfords, pointed and
bquare tons, for
98c.
Worth S1.50 to S2.00. Sl7es
3, 3 and I. Widths H
nnd C.
TA11LE VUhX. Misses'
Spring Heel lUitton and
Lace Shoes, Tans and
Itlaclt,
$1.50.
Worth S3. 00 to S2. 50. Sizes
13Jf nnd 1. Widths H,
C, D.
UltAXD COLLECT I OX
Misses' Spring Heel Slip
pers and Oxford Ties,
Tans and Mack,
$1-29
Wortli S2.00and S2.50. Sizes
13 'J and 1. Widths B
aud C.
Wo secured these 1,912 Shirt Waists from a big
Eastern Manufacturer who wished to turn the materials
then on hand into cash so that he could begin working
on his fall orders. In order to secure
this much needed cash he turned
over to us at a big sacrifice all of
certain qualities of New Shirt Waists.
These Waists 1,91a strong are
here now they're as pretty a lot as
we've ever seen and the price at
which we will sell them, beginning
To-Day, is just 3-5 of what we have
sold similar goods for in the earlier
part of the season.
These Waists have the popular
large sleeves deep link cuffs natic
collars V yoke in back and pretty
full front. As we said, they are the
same kinds which we have sold for
$1.25 but To-Day will be
75 ICents.
Amongst this lot of 1,912 you'll find pretty Per
cale Waists white ground with colored stripes figures
flowers fancy patterns in every new shade. Also
various colored grounds with blacK
stripes figures etc., etc. Wide
and narrow stripes large and small
figures bright and somber colors
any style any shade about any
pattern you may want.
Here's one lot white ground Per
cale Waists with the new wide
yellow green brown etc., stripes
very extreme; and the Linen colored
Percale Waists black stripes fine
a new effect; Pcnang Waists
various colors a score or more pat
terns and your choice for
75 Cents.
Don't miss this, the greatest sale
of Shirt Waists we've ever had.
The $1.25 kind for
75 Cents.
STERLING 5ILVER SHIRT WAIST SETS.
S5
&&X
&
x .
To-day wo will of
fer for sale 200 Sterling
Silver Sbirt "Waist Sets,
worth $1.50 per sot, for
75c.
144 Dresden Enamel
Sterling Silver Shirt
Waist Sets, Blue, Pink,
Yellow, Green, the same
quality jewelry stores
ask you 2 set for, our
price to-day
98c.
0
Child's Spring Heel Shoes, Low
Shoes and Slippers,
98 Cents
the pair. Worth $1.50 and $2.00.
Sizes 10 and 10, widths B and C.
EMERY, BIRD, THAYER & CO., Successors to
AT EXCELSIOR SPRINGS.
i-Aitrv ritmr Kansas orrv visits tiii:
FAMOUS su.imint ICIXJKT.
Tli Occasion Win tlio Cell linitlmi ly Tlisit
City uf Itn Gri-:it lniireivmmnts Major
Dull MaLtti n leei'll Itoj-
nlly lfitrrtaliiil.
In response to an invitation from the
cltlzpns of Kxcelslor Springs, a large
representation of the members of the
Commercial Club went to tho popular
resort yesterday to participate in tho
celebration of recent town improve
ments. Tho Kansas City party number
ed 120 people, nearly bait of whom were
women. There. was a small delegation
from St. Joseph, and there were xepre
sentatlves from other Missouri towns.
The Kansas City party Included lln or
Davis, and was headed by the Third
Iteglment band. Two extra coaches were
attached to the reKiil.tr 10 o'clock train
on the Wabash, and the party was In
tho personal charge of Henry X. Gar
land, passenger and ticket agent of that
road In Kittitas City.
The run to the Springs was a pleasant
one. Tho delegation was met at the de
pot by Mayor Thompson, of Kxcelslor
Springs, und a number of citizens, and
was welcomed by tho Kxcelsior Hptlngs
band. The visitors were escorted to the
Kims, where they weio givwt carriages
nnd other conveyances and weie driven
over the town, headed by Mayor Thomp
son nnd Colonel Sam Scott, and followed
by a trades' display in the (hap of
floats, beautifully decorated carriages
and other vehicles. The display was
very creditable to the merchants of the
town. Special features weio loads, of
gaily dressed children and several hu
morous figures in grotesque costumes
mounted on abnormally small donkeys.
The parade served to show tho visit
ors a progressive little town, with nu
merous municipal Improvements bear
ing tho up-to-duto stamp. Among the
Improvemtntb recently completed are
macadamized streets, a complete system
of water works, a lire department and
gas works of the most Improved kind
The Improvements are only In keeping
with tho giowing Irnpoitance of IJxcel
flor Springs as a summit- and health
resort Although the setson has only
open'd there nie already guests from
twenty states, and the season promises
to be the most prosperous in the history
of the place, So many watering places
seem content to subject their gu-5ts to
rather primitive Inconveniences, but th
citizens of this place seem determined
to secure many very unus.ua! comforts
nnd conveniences to their guests.
After dinner at the Wins the Third
Iteglment band gave a concert on th
verandah of the hotel. At 2 30 the citl.
siens gathered at Musio hall and lis
tened to addresses by I). W Klmber of
Excelsior Springs; Major Davis, itev
V, Frost lllshop and Colonel W. K
Swltzler All the speeches were to the
point and were well received, but the
oratorical feature was th address of
Major Pa vis, who complimented the
cl'lcne of Uxcelslor Springs on th. ir
imprr. merits and urged the Kansas
C'jtyans present to recognize und encour
age In every consistent way the r"
suurces and developments of this resort,
which, he said, should be susfatned
rather than those at u greater diitan'e
and in no wise related to the welrVre of
Kirsas Citv He i ok oeeuslon, InXcom
pllnientlng Mayor Thompson on UieVoni
s i minus rn-unerallon of his subVdl-
mtr rity officials to censure those Vho
us"l their city oHIces to blockade public
Imrrovements and hamper their mayors,
and significantly added that his remarks
dil not apply to Kxcelsior Springs For
a f"vv moments he turned his attention
ii nrlitirs. declaring that blind partl-
eans'ilp should It relegated to the
fhad s and that Wr good of all parties
should be jeeogniz J H tacitly but not
explicitly declared fjr silver coinage.
Hfn ? M J&a. IS X!x YirtE m M. 3&LJfJai S h a El JS iol 3 &L Br li?v HI l$y Wr vk ra KiTn.JSS9m. Wf ffiWr orders. -
Out of town customers can
order these goods by letter; as
the quantities are .large we
will be able to fill hll mail
orders.
and his remarks on this subject met
with unqualified favor lrom the aud
ience. The programme was featured with ex
cellent inuskal numbers by the Arlon
Ladles' Quartette, of Chicago, now giv
ing concerts nt the Spilngs.
The excursion train's return time was
changed from 1:20 to rr30, but many of
the Kansas Cltyans came on the regular
1:30 tiain.
l'l.NA.M'i: roMMt n i;i:s.
'Iliey Will Meet In III.- Cnillilr.ill.'rV OHUu
1 Ills I'tireniMin.
There iIU bo a met ting of the finance
committee of the coumil and the major In
Comptroller Shannon's olliee thU morning
at 11 o'clock. Tlie me. ting was called by
tliu mayor to tuke tip the annual appoitlon
ment of the estimated rmenues of the city
for the outrun year. Tti committte has
but a few days In uhlch to complete the
work nlthln the time lled by ihe charter,
and It Is probable that It will be completed
this morning In .time for the preparation of
an ordinance to be In the budget for to
night's meeting of the council.
Comptiolkr Shannon disclaims that there
Is or has ln.-n anj contlicc as to the rlsht
of any person to call tha meeting, or the
way in which the apportionment must be
made, lie f-as that he ent notices out for
this afternoon, according to the decision of
the members of the committee, who were
present Monday morning. He rliims that
he did this liLfore the mayor's 'nt.ntlon to
call a meeting was Known to him. Jte will
be ready at either or both times to furnish
the committee with all ihe Information In
his otllce and aid in the work in any way
which may be required of him
M. M iry'h Chun li I'nlr.
A pleasing fair was held yesterdav by
the ladles of St. Mary's Protestant Hplsco
p.il church parish, in the fiullil hall of the
church. The objects fpr sale were a num
ber of beautiful pieces of embroidery and
pretty fancy articles, all the work of the
memn.'rs or me iames- liutiu The CiulM
Is accustomed to hold two such fairs each
year, one at OlirNtmns nnd one some time
in May. During the evening refreshments
were served. The sale of the embioideries
and fincy articles was quite brl-k The
fair was in r neral charsro of a committee
consisting of Mrs. H. O Woods Mrs. Jacob
Ilebla, Mrs A J. m-niy Mix Kuiinie jtay
mond, Mrs. IMnard Mellhenney and Mrs.
Ittglnald H-irrett. Mrs William OUIs. Mrs.
Dr n I-'. l'rjer dnd Mr K S. MclJIbbons
had charge of the refreshments Miss
i.racp l'ryer and Miss IMIth Mellhenney
had charge of the lemonade table.
I.IetIiI Car of Mnwberrie.
The Mlss-utirt Ta. Ifli e.ster.ay brought In
eight i irs of iraw bellies from Van Huron.
Ark The train wus in charge of Iianiel
I! K-iib trawling freight arfent of the
Mi'-uurl Paclllc
PlPEHflEllSiEClC
PJLUG TOBACCO,
Consumers of chewing tobacco wk
arewillingto pay a bttlemore Aaa
lie price changed for tie ordinary
trade tobaccos, will find te
Irand superior to all otWi
Bf WARE Of IMITATIONS.
THE DR, GEORGE MUDDLE.
IVtitliiim llelng 1 Ir.ill.lteil ltiilletllig the
.Scslini to (all a Cnngri gitlini il Miel-
ing Itolh n,4 l,.irnot.
It Is now unite certain that the long
standing squabble In the Second I'nsbyt.
i Ian church over ltev. Dr.W. I Ueorge will
take definite Miape within a fi w weeks.
Those whs are anxious to have Dr. George
the pastor of the church are busily en
gaged in circulating and ttgnlng petitions
iecpicstlrig the session to call n congrega
tional meeting which shall determine
whether the mnjoilty of the memb.-i-w.uu
him or not. The petition which was
circulated at the meeting of Dr (Jcuige s
adheients a few evenings since bears the
names of some hundred members- of the
church. Yesterday several additional peti
tions weie put out. When a stiilb lent num
ber of names has been secured the p. ti
tlon will be laid before the ses-lon and
action will bo taken by it. Doubtless It
will call the congiegation together In ac
cordance with the petitions.
Just when the meeting will be depends
on the length of time tho petitions are in
circulation, which will not be long, it is
thought. At the congregational meeting
a vote will be taken on the proposition to
extend a. call to Dr. Ueorge nr not to do
-o. If his friends in the congregation are
In the majority the session will be asked to
forward that call to him. the Kansas City
piesbytery, of which the ehurch Is a part,
ncquU-hdug in the action. Thus the pies
bvtery will be the Una! arbiter of the
whole matter it is more than llkelv,
though, that Its nctlon will bo governed in
large part by the net ion taken by the con
grtgatlon. It has been stuted that the sir
sion. which eonslsts of eight piotninent
members of the t hurch, nnd Is its repre
sentative governing body in spiritual mai
lers, is In favor of Itev. Dr. Ge.orge. This
appears to be a misstatement, foi It Is said
that live of the eight are opposed to him
not on personal grounds, but beeauso tluy
believe that his becoming the pastor of the
church will onl widen the split between
the pro-George and the Hnti-iieoigo ele
ments. However, should the majority ot
the congregation ileclde In Jtev Di
G.-orge's favoi, the session cannot elo oth
er.vlse than present the e-nll to the prcsbj
tery for rathlcutlon or disapproval.
woitic or ()K(i.v.M.. iieiv,
The rri-B Silver l.iugue III (Sunn lie, Vet
liel.v at Mori.,
The committee appointed at tho Silver
League meeting last .Monday evening at tho
Coates House met jesteid.iy afternoon In
the olllco of Judge Henry N Ks to decide
upon the constitution and by-laws of the
new oiganlatinn and to select a set of of
Ib ers to be reeommetieled for election. All
committeemen were present. Tin commit te-e,
declined to make anj thing public, simply
stating that parliamentaiy courtesy de
manued that its renort be made to the
body that appoiniel It. It was learned,
however, that the- rneotlng was a very har-
.iieiiuuMs. eoiu aiej tuai a ruusiug iiee sliver
Platfoitu was arraiigrel, and the committee
decided to reeoinmend for piu!Uent of the
organization Howard M. Holilen, anil lor
secretary Smith .Motes Kord A list of
vice presidents ua also selected.
? "V
Skirts Show
immaculate whiteness and proper gloss and
stiffness, it's a proof that her laundress uses
MlNG5F0RD5
y n
The perfect cold water starch.
It's a saver of time, work and money. If
your grocer doesn't keep it, perhaps he has
Kinssford's famous Oswego "Pure" or
"Silver Gloss" Starch, or write us for a
free sample of Lajndro.
T. KINQSFORD & SON,
OSWKQO, N. V.
u.s
W. 11 CiAnKE, Pre, J. W Bakset, Sec
A. A Tosh.i-.son', V.Prcs. C. It liocKwri.L,Trca9.
CAPITAL $250,000.
e Company
OF KANSAS CltfY, MO.
nevt Tom; urn cvildiko
Accounts, subject to cliccli .it
siirlit, ruceived from individuals,
linns and corporations on the
niO'st iavorable terms.
Lcjral depository for Court and
Trust Fuuds.
Acts as Executor, Guardian,
Administrator and Receiver,
also as Registrar and Trausfcr
Agent for Slocks aud Hoods.
W0LnDH5GLAS
S3 SHOE
r"OT?s
&&&lmj 5 T.fct?traLHf4flkfffat1
,vsirf.,. riyj.ui? vv
n.'&r ,'itM -aiip w .
0WJS& I mlkWVS o& rrmh immm nils
-l AW d posiie api ru&rapeet rcw'lyto
Y' fefvvcrl wl torrcct nregukrihe a';aTt.
or prifiil final"ioi.
)uid j.es for a tinl box , 1 5.u- or'ioxc),
irompf ATeifioi pmn MnnMiorae)
JOHNSON BKflJ IWMM)1)
JiwmiN sr. winsis cirrio
Mir floEnn roil vmn i 5iTJ
ASK FOR A
ralrimiiml Park (iiiiiert.
This will be a day of nmslo at Kalrmount
parK. In the ariernuon at 3 o'clock the
Third Iteglment orcliestia, under tho leinl.
eishlp of Jl l) Wheeler, will lender a lino
concert on the piazza of ttm cate
This evening the mil Thlid Iteglment
band of thlrtj pieces will give tho following
piogramme
Diagon's Call "t'aufore Slllitaire" (i:il
enberg). Ovctture "Beilm in Joy and Sorrow"
(Comadi)
Valse"Sriecil Iteports" (CzlbulUa),
Selection lrom ' lurliana" (W'ullace).
(a) "IJen Holt" (Kieassj, (Irt "Llttlo Ala.
bama Coon" (Strinen, (c) "The 1'as JIal
aux" (ilogan)
ilarcn "Jianiresro- (iiariovve).
Selection from Wagner operas (Wagner),
"llumoresch.. ' (Wheeler)
"The (Serman l'.nrol" (i:ileuberg),
"residential I'olonalse" (Soiisa),
A new dining car service between Chi
cago and Ilultalo via the .N.ckel I'late road
rvcenviy oeen piacu at tne u uposal of
ee ieat.
obtain
ni; on
through trains hi tvv en Chicago, N'evv Vork
nml Itit.in. I or r serc'ntlrmu nf eu.m..
car spove and furiher information, see
your local ticket ag. nt, or uddress
, J. Y. CALAHAN".
vtuvjai .igeut, c.au'ai;. in.
tk ity'Hf f!KV. '".V-jfej'-.v. i js'.'.x'.ifftlfe rT?ftu
sr$s
M;
iLv!ifHj ti'Aii
WVVil
STHC DEST.
DTFOR AKINCT.
. CORDOVAN)
rrtSCMitNAMCLttDCAtr,
34.3S Fine Cau Wwum
3.SPP0LICE,3SOLES,
$25O2.W0RKINGMehV
'' -extra fihc ,;.
2.l.B0YS'SCH0CLSH0Ei
i.yvnics
32F-a'2...'7-s,Gft,
sa;. "isir.. :
feW.U.DOUCLAae
OverOno Million People wear the'
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
AH our shoes are equally satisfactoiy
They give the best value for the money.
1 hey equal custom ahoes In itjleundlit.
Tlirlr vvearlni; quutlties are unsurpassed.
The prices ere uniform, stamped on .ole,
From $1 to tj saved over other makes.
) our dealer cannot supply vouvvecan.
1". A.AKK.VI1S, IM .Xlnnesnt.t Ave.
(il)l.lli:N i:.il.i:, . W. cor. litU ami Jlaln.
II, T. aiO.VTs IO .ttabi M.
('. SI, IIAII.V. 1.1,-a lirauil Ave.
KOIISCII 1)11(11., KI3U (i rami Ave,
-ti:il l'lti:i. UUUihiriiigllrlil,Vv.
hi:.m;v r.vuc, iuoj wt 17th m.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
i:vtaiii.,isiii:d ihso.
isssrsiis;rw5"-a
i
HE REALP AIKLESS DEIITISTS
"THE REAL
PAINLESS
DENTISTS
Over 200 Tooth Extracted Dally. NO
PAIN OH DANGER. Artificial Teeth
wurranteil to Kit Perfectly. Decayed
ami aching- teeth, if worth it, filled and
saved.
725 EV.AIW STREET
ALTAIAN, KAULBACHS. CO., Props.
b-XACTSIZE PERFECTO!
TI10.MKKOANTIT1R 1(S Tirr! FAVOIUTR TEN CENT OrOAT?.
For bale bv all 1'lrst. class Dealers. Manulaciured by th V. It. HICK MIIItt'ANTIl.t: OlOAlt
CO. Factory No. 301 fat. Louis, Mo Ciu-i W I.amii Western Agu 901 l.ydla Ave Kai rjl'r
LUMBER
J. W. Merrill,
24th unci Summit Sts.
has
II1U ""V. 'i""" . .....e, ... eiiuu
rons of this, favonte low rate line to
all meals on train-, when trav li
'Phone 7
ESTIA1ATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED-
MERRIl
L.
MINN 111 IRllvJNAL BANK
lfllUUUUIi.1 New York Life Building.
i.iitKCTniici, I I). V. Hiiocit, President II D Covinqtos, Cashier. U A. McKibbis.
I IUmb C. JtUMPF, VIee fre"t. F, H. KUMP, II. J. UUCKB.
S. S. SEH4
iim'dimHi'iiita laaiifiiLoiLAll J'ju'ta.oltMDliLAYm.'liL
SPECIAL RATES
VIA TIIK
BIG FOUR ROUTE
AVIll be Numpil for tho Following
JlcctliiK.t
National Couvotttion Knights of St.
John,
CvansTllle, Inil., Juno S'4 anil 93.
International Conference Kpworth
League,
Clutttnnuoea, Tenu., .luuo 37-30.
National Young People's Union,
1101.1011! Mass., July 10-11,
United Society Christian Endeavor,
Jlo.tou, Mass., July 10-1 1.
Baptist Young People's Union, f
llaltlmorv, JI1., July 1K-31.
Knights Templar Triennial Con.
clave,
Huston, Mass., August B-30.
G. A. R. National Encampment,
Louisville, Ky., beiitcmbcr 10-11,
(Vrlto nearest agent "Uli; Four Route" for
routes, rates and full Particulars.
K. t). McCOHMICK,
rasseoicer 'i'raltlo Muuarr.
U. Ik MAKT1N,
Qcu. l'ms, I'Ukct Agt, ,
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Oldest and Original
NO
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NO
PAY!
dr.whittier
io West Ninth St.,KansasCity,Mo.
m;kUU- lil.lllMJV",itU lu uiaur
Klooniy symptoms, currd. '
ivMi'i i'iV11'' ?. "'"aaueatlr restorel
IJltl VAitv tiU,r.tsll..(Sr,.'.'a '"o mercury.
WMli.N AVI. OrilKJts FAIL consult n. i
J. Wulttler ana receive the cind a onlnir,?'.11
Iihyslclan ot ri.ac.. "til "n intern? Va
Ml.lill INI.i lurnlsbea at smill cost, aal
"fcA vaJ"o. ")! k"'a 1uaiSeo NlJvSJ
l'lti:i:'fonsultatlon and urinary analyst
GUIDE ro'if -JU&. aQJ mwsenclej. seal.a,
trail or addrejt la conUJeaca """".
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
IQWst Xluthht.. KANSAS CITY. 31 (J
DR.
McGREW
SPECIALIST,
Ttnti til rtrms if
PRIVATE DISEASES
Weakness aud
Disorders of
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