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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY, MAY n, 1895.
ORDER OF SALE ISSUED,
jTitEI'r HAtl.WAV St STUM HP ST. .HIS'
Ki'it to on t;.M)i:it i oitixt.ostiti:,
It Ulll lie Sold 1 1. Sntl.fy tlm tlrit Start
Unge, ltnneU Hi tit lij tlm Central
TrilU l.'iilll;lny ot
At 7 o'clock last evenlne, nflcr hearing
Msiimenta presented In Hie cao, JuJro
Philips, In tho rcilcr.il court, grunted tha
decree ot foreclosure nKAlnt. the,
St. Joseph Traction nml Lighting Com
pany, nni! onlered tlio property sold
to satisfy the IW mortgage? ot
H.OOO.OuO, hold by the Contrnt Trim Com
pany, of New York, ns trustee.
The suit In foreclosure was originally
brought In the ctlvMon of the court nt St.
Joepli, but, owing to many rcn'on", It vrtn
dcMroil to have It transferred to tho illvls
Ion of the court nt this point, and It vvni
bo transferred yesterday morning, nml the
pepcr filed with tho clerk shortly before
Tho nttentlon of the court was given to
other matters ilutlng the nftcrnoon, nnd It
wns after G o'clock when the case was llrst
presented to the court In clinmbors.
In the bill ot particulars, the plaintiff
asked tho court to declaro Its claim to tho
amount sued for ns n. prior Hen on the prop
erty, both consolidated and separate, a de
cree of foreclosure, the appointment of a
receiver to handle the property tinder the
directions nf the court, nnd nn Injunction
to prevent tho company's olllcers from dis
posing of or Incumbering the property dur
ing the pendency of the action. There wns
nothing, lion ever. Insisted upon, save the
decree of foreclosure, nnd, after hearing the
matter set forth nt length, the court grant
ed tho decree nnd ordered tho property
-Mr. Charles A. Vollock, of St. Joseph, was
nppolnted ns special master In chnncery to
make tho sale under the directions ot tho
The sale Is to tako place within a renson
nble time, with due regard for tho Inter
ests of all tho pnrtles Interested.
The property Included In the order Is tho
consolidated street rnllnny hystetn of St.
Joseph, which was developed and expanded
to rapidly during the giowth ot that city
pome years ago. It embraces several elec
tile lines, nnd Is n ery vnltliblo piece ot
property, ni It covers the city cry gen
erally, nnd also reaches two ot the parks
of tho city.
The nttotneys nnd others who came to
the cltv to attend to the suit nil returned
to St. Joseph Inst evening.
Suit liter a l'litup.
A Kansas Irrlgntlonlst Is the defendant
In a suit In ought by the Weber tins nnd
Onsollne fonip.inv, ot this city, to lecover
part of the purehaso price of nn engine
r-old to the defendant, .1. W. Hlgglns, Jr,
.Mr. Illgglns hits a largo ranch at Hope,
Kns., nnd. becoming n convert to the Irri
gation Men, he puichased nn engine to
pump wnter on his brond ncies He claims
thnt the engine was faulty, and did not
woik piopeily, nnd, despite the fnct that
the company irpl.iced the defective pnrts,
he remained dlsntlstled, nnd alleges that
the engine Is not the lequliul horse power.
The company takes Issue with him on this
proposition, hence tho suit.
Sirs. DeurdnrlT Pronounced -iiir.
Mrs. Carrie V. Penidorff, widow of the
late I.ouls J. Dcnrdorlf, nnd who has been
In an inline nsvltim for tho past eight
months, had a hearing In the probate court
estciduv, and wiih adjudged to bu of
hound mind. She has thoroughly iceovered
fiom her mental derangement, anil was
pic-ent at the healing. Prank M. Deai
ilorn", who bnd Inert appointed gunrdlnn at
the Hist healing, wns discharged. Mi.
Do.irelnrlT Is the owner of considerable
piopeity In Kansas City.
Mliilcl Lord DniKe Pa,.
Tho cae brought by Mis. Maud Lord
Jli.ilcp for damages fiom County Mnishul
llenrv Stewnrt Is to come up for trial In
the fedeml court on the 13th of the tue."'
i nt month It was continued last fall on
agreement, nnd the leeoid wns made to
hhow that both patties agieed to lie ready
for trial at the present teim of the foul t.
It has been tried once, nnd both parties
were dl"-.atl.suVd with the erdlct, and each
usked for a retrial.
Mew Suits Plied.
2122.". Assignment of II. C. Durfee.
tMiSi. Willinm Long vs. John Mulholluud;
Milt on n note
2I.'27. i: Long & Co vs. S. Schwartz; ap
peal trom Justlto Spitz.
Court Not i .
F T' Biirrough. usslgnee of the II. C,
Dill fee nsslgnnient. llli'd bis bond In the
clieiilt court estcidny In the stun of 'OO.
The Juiy lu the tuse of IJviuv-n.ill igher
l)i ub Company s. It. JI. !.. a suit In
nttnehment, leturned a. vi'iellct for the
plaintiff In Judge Henry's division of the
clieiilt mint jesterday.
In the fcdeial couit losteiiluy morning
the cue of .Mrs. Sarah Watson against the
h.inta I'e Italtioad Coinnany tor damages
w.is called and dismissed on motion of the
attornejs foi the plaintiff
The fideial goernm. nt Is defendant In a
on-c docketed foi ne.t Vedned.iy, In
which V 13. Hagly sues for about 1,.'kio for
the unpaid balance of a contract num for
oats cltliveii'il to the government
John W. Miller has Hied an objection to
the granting of a cli.ii lew to the Home
Kudovvmuit Socletv, lu Judge Ileniys di
vision of the eh cult rami, alleging that the
application does not state explicitly the
purpose of the organization.
.Miss I'll.i McLean was .ul judged Insane
in tile iiioh.Ui eouit jesteiiln.v. bliei has
been In the asjliun at St Joseph foi seveial
inoiuhs. hut lb,' hearing cntcieliiy was nec
essary In cndei that u gtiaidlan might be
appointed to care foi hci piopeity.
The case of Mis Maggie llarrlman against
tin Pullman l'al.u e 'ai Comiiany for Mi,
010 damages is docketed for ti fill cm the 2M
of the piesent month In the tcilei il colli t.
It i for damages received In u wreck, and
the plalntltl asks for a huge amount of
damages for total disabilities
The liny in the suit brought In Judge
lfeniy'.s division nf the clieiilt emu t. by
which Mis llcdwlg lloeder Call houslit to
prove that hei niolher wiih insiine when
t-he made a will li.ivlug half ot lier piop
utv to Dr. Wlllliun Cuble. tailed to agieo
nml was dlscluiiged cstciclu
A jury in Judge lleniy's division of the
circuit couit decided vesteidiiv Unit tho
claim of lleiuy S Kiluionils against the
city for damages to his hack and hoises,
caused by fulling Into mi excavation made
liy ihn cltv. was not well tounded. and
gave a voulict lu f.ivur of tho city.
Ploilan Inner, who ivaH Inland by fall
ing thioiigh n trap door in the liteeu 'lren
taloon lit Plfth and timud, was uwaided a
veidln for $1J damages agiiliist the St.
l.onls brewing company In Judge .Seairlit's
division ot the clieiilt court yesterday. Ihn
ItiMlcu couit gavu Udinoncls u verdict tor
"jtrs. Charlotto Pasehell has lu ought suit
against the Metiopolltnu Street Itullioad
I'oinp.iiiy for damages lecelvcd by tliu
Hidden stinting of a ai, from which sho
VMS illsiiiotiillliiK. Sho iiIUkv; puuiiiiue lit
injuries., and mu s for SIO.ikki. Ti.;niw w III
1m tried in Judgo Dobson's division of tho
circuit court to-day. ...
The jury In tho federal couit jestciil.iy
mcirnluif returned a verdict for the plain
tiff I "thts cuse of Charles D. S.etmwr
nil'iiliiht William P. MeKen.le, and nssessul
hU lamas "at the sum of W.M0. The case
grevv o t of tho purchase of some property
near CI cago. as an Iiivestmen . In which
tlm nlalntlff alleged he had not been ior
rectlj' InfoiiiiU'l. un'l dealt with In the pto
vIsIoiib of th coniraol,
On Wednesday of the e"i: ;. In tho
federal court, the cuse of tho United States
iiBulnst Frances II Turner is In conic up
for trial. It Is an action Instituted for the
recovery of u sum nf money alleged to
have been Illegally diawn from the tieas
try for a pension. The sum Is, not eiy
large, being slightly In excess of MuO. but
the. government proposes to bo Into tho
cate for the principle of the thing-.
The trustees of tho estate of Jlezeklah
M. Porter are tho plaintiffs 111 the suit
lii ought to recover JI.OuO fiom the Mutual
Iteseive Fund Insurance. Company of New
Yoik now being tiled In Judge Dobson's
division of tho circuit court. Potter took
"it the "icy 1" M1. and died last full.
Tho iiisuiaitce comiiany contends that
1' iter made mlsiepresenta Ions as to thu
MiHlltion of his health ut the time of tak
ing out the pollc).
Judge o' un Oralorliul Content.
M'hB Judges of the Interstate oratorical
contest to bo held at the high school Sal
iirlav night are: Superintendent S A,
rr.,derwoobdof W'estport; Principal Will
lam A I3vans, of the Deavenworth high
school; Professor 13. M. Hopkins of Kun
sas universliy. The chairman of the cven
?n! will be Judge 13. 1.. Scarrltt. of this
city These contests are an effort on the
nart of the public schools to encourage
literary as well us athletic contests. All
who desire to encourage the efforts being
made In this direction are heartily request
ed to attend. Admlsblou will be free.
(ilviu un Outing.
The chlldien of tho Helping Hand free
kindergarten will be given an cutlng to
day. The school is .growing. Kvangellst
Bhuwhan said last night thut t "was tho
most satisfactory and hopeful work yet
undertaken by the institute. The sweet
faces of these little ones form a muiked
$utnut to the eld NoUli euU. rguudcr."
Excelled by None
'lor some yean i
Iiavo been a sevcro
sunercr from Ithcu
matlsm. Po much so
tint I could not at
tend to my timlncM
and was ronllned to
Uio liottsn for wrecks
at a time, t was ad
tlictl to try Hood's
Sarsaparlllannd hav o
since I commenced
to tike tho medicine.
Mr. CV. King
I am now wen ami
utrontr attain. Hood's Sirsmirlllili truly "ct
celled li) nono.
IT. K. KtMi. Vcrniit. N ,f.
1 !, lmrilla
13e sure lo get ftXYQS
Hood's Pills euro all llrcr Ills. VM.
Then the Mutter nf nn Intension tn tho
riftccnth .Street Mno Mill llo
Tho committee ot property holders nlong
nine avenue, the route of tho proposed ex
tension to tho riftccnth street cable line,
met yesterday In Judge Hides' olllce In the
Massachusetts building, nnd proceeded nt
onco to tho otllco of J'lcsldent Walton It.
Holmes, of the Grntid Avenue Cable Com
pany, where, through Judgo Stiles, the
clinlrmnn of tlm committee, they unfolded
their plun of hnvliig the cabl" company
build an electric line etensliin from the
Fifteenth street teimlmis of the cnblu line
to Hvanston, there to connect with the
KiilisiiH City & lndepeiidenco ltnpid Tran
sit line, ninKlng n shoit cut Into ltidepend
enco. The committee was composed of
Judgo 13. H. Stiles. O, H. Qilenl. Frank
Hnrdesty. l C. Douglass, Judge Philip J.
Henn nnd Harmon Hell. Judge Stiles, ius
chairman of the committee, made n full
statement of the ndvnnt.igcs sine to lic
et lie. both to the road and the people, by
the building of the proposed cvtenslon, and
stnted that most of tho property holders,
It it were necessary to obtain tho road,
would be willing to meet the cnble com
pany on any fair and reasonable grounds
in the way nf n bonus.
President Holmes stated. In reply to the
proposition of the committee, that at pres
ent no action could be taken by his com
pany In the matter because of aiinnge
ments now being perfected by which tho
Oram! avenue cable load Is to be consoli
dated with other roads of tho city, which
would be completed next month, when hu
would. If the property holders so desired,
take plcnsuie III submitting their matter
to the boanl ot the consolidated companies.
Mr. Holmes futther stated that so far as
he Is personnllv concerned, no cvtenslon
will be made save on n buslness-llkc lusls.
lie does not think that at present Inde
pendence needs any more i.illroaiW, espe
cially trom Knnsas City, nnd does not see
how the business nlong the proposed ex
tension can posslldv Insure its successful
operation if It Is built. When the commit
too mentioned to Mr Holmes that some
dnv tho city might purchase ushliigton
pa ik ns one of Its sj stem of parks, and this
being the case. It would gieutly enhance
the business of the pinposed electric line,
and alone might mike It a paying venture.
Mr. Holmes stated thut that was dealing
too far lu the future to enter nt all In tlm
matter then being discussed 'I he confer
ence between the committee and Ml.
Holmes ended with the iindei standing thnt
when the consolidation of the Hi and ave
nue and Mettopolltan cable lines had been
peTteeted the luattet ot the l' ?" '
stieet extension would be lecalled for con-
01 IV TAM3S HI"; lO-MOIlltOW.
Irensurer (ireen lias Ilinplojed I3xtrn Men
for I be Impelled Hush.
City taxes fall due to-morrow City
Tie.ismer Green lias provided for the an
ticipated run by putting on the evtia men
allowed by the oidlnance pas-ed at a ic
cent session of the council. He has also
piepared a plan by which he will be able
to deteimlne when a man does his full duty.
The peisoual tax bonks are numbered front
the llrst tecelpt to r,n, In seiks. and each
mnn who will work on the peisoual lists
will be given a book. All he will have to
do is to till out the tecelpt and pass it along
without .Ullvlng his name as deputy. If be
gets aivav with as fall an, amount of woik
ns his prim talk would indicate, he will he
let.ilued. If not. ho will not do many days
woik In the iifllce.
The tin ties, with the land tax books, nave
been taken fiom the vaults, and swung into
position neat the cashier's desk The tax
rolls will be placed on the desks In legular
older, aciorillng to the Index of siib-illvls-lous,
nnd everything done to facilitate
business. Mr C.nen sajs that It the peo
ple will uppcar, hi" will handle fin per cent
ol the taxes In the time allowed for the
deductions of ti'bates He expects a heavy
attendance, as the lists have been coining
In ver rapidly, and inquiries, as to the
miniums ugalnst icitalii lots, etc., have
been niimeiou-. ami fuqtient.
hl'll.l. ON JIAMi.
Tlm Letters sent lo the Itenevolent Ahmi
i iatliiu of Anierlia.
In the hands of Postmaster Homer P.eed
and Inspector Williams Is a large package
of letters bearing the printeu addiess of
"The Ilenevolent Association of Aineilc.i."
They wcie ii'celveil at the postollice sev
eial weeks ago, In response to the appeals
of thut Miclet sent out to the people of tho
land The number of letters leceived de
notes the fact that either theie was a kit go
number of let lei i sent out or else the weie
sent to a class of men who vvuie pultku
laily prompt in making icsponse to thu
appeal. , , , i,
The association was organized b lvriy
C. Phillips and Ilrax V. Law ranee, of this
fill, anil the Ictteis sent out weie clo-ely
Investigated b the ullleinls of the post
olllce ilep.iitniLiit. The result wns lb.it ln
siiector Williams ordered all mall for that
uddi esi held lor Inspection am! Investi
gated. TAl.lvlll) Willi JIHINMIN.
An e-Peiiivlit Calls on Prleiuls at tho Pnuii
II. I.. Heed, who was sent to tho peni
tentiary fiom hem tlueo Jems ago fot n
Uio fiiMiucut liidiilgencu In Uio eonlldeiico
game, leturned to the elty on Tuesday
ovenlng anil pioeieilcd at once to look up
his old haunts and his old friends, lu tho
course of his navels ho sauntered In lo see
Jnlltr Kennedy, nnd iiski d to be shown to
Johnson's cell lie was aicpmmodatei
nnd had u long chat with tlm "l.nug Man.
who has spent a number of jimis at Jeftei
snn City under thu calu ot the waiden of
Iho penitential y, uiiil is quite familial with
thu points ot Inteii'Ht about that hlstcuici
spot. Ml Iticd did not state what he had
In view us a means ot making a living, but
stoutly lelteiatcd thu assertion that ho
tncunt to bo honest In tho fiituie,
ItllMOVAl, or TICKIIT oiiici;
Of tho '' Vnrk, Chicago A: hi. I.ouls
Itallni.id (Mcktl PI iti Itoad),
Oil May 1 the Chicago licked olllce of tho
Now Voik, Chicago K St, Louis rallro.ul
(NlckeJ Plato loael) will be moved to No. Ill
Adams aticet, opposite thu postollice.
J, V. CAl.AHAN,
Dentils mid funerals.
Timothy Doualiue, aged 'ii jeais, died at
yesteidny at St Margaiefs hospital, of
consumption, lie leaves a wife and two
children. He wus a nu mber of tho Ancient
Order of Hibernians, division No, 2. Thu
funeral has not been iinanged.
The funtial of Hugo Haiuaker, aged 5t
yeais, who dleel at his home, S19 I3ast
Twenty-third street, took placu jesterday
morning at 10 o'clock ut tho home, Ilurial
was lu I'nlou cemeierj'.
The funeial of .Miss l.llllan D, oilman,
daughter of Mr. uiul Mrs, J. Wollmun,
took place jcsteiduy at 'i p. in at thu home
of thu parents, 7-' West Hleventh stieet.
Itabbl Sehuluian olliclated. The bulla! was
in Hlmwood cemeteij-,
lilt Her Mltb a flute.
Mrs. fieitle WeJt went to the Central
police station jesterday to procure a war
rant tor the airest of her husband, Will
iam West. She charged him with assault
ing her with u. (lute jesteiday forenoon in
front of their home ut 501 X3ast Twenty
second street. Police Surgeon Hide diesseel
u gush on her brad, which she claimed was
made by the llute.
The Ituiidolph (ilrl Found.
13llza Jtogers, the girl who ran away
fiom her home at Randolph. Mo., Mon
day, was found jesteiday at the residence
of Thomis II. Walker. 112? Missouri uvo
nue where she was working as u domes
tic. ' It required no persuasion on the part
of her mother to have her return home.
Mrs. Hogers and daughter left last nlfht
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
ltlXKIPTS OP HOOS Ittt.S'MNO ItP.AVIPlt
THAN A V13Att AtlO.
The I.-irge Supply Is Porpletlng to All Per
rons In the Trndc Quality ts (looel
for This Time nf eir Puck
ers Haying freely.
Tho mntiner In which the markctntilc
supply ot hogs Is keeping; up Is a stir
prise to nil In the trade. Despite the
fnct thnt tho winter marketing of Iiors
wns tiiitiMinlly heavy nnd It vnq MimiRht
that the spring stippty hntl been cut Into
lo make tip part of tho Ruins' showed
over tho previous winter, tho receipts
continue to run heavier than a yenr ngo.
Tho nrrlvnls hete at tho stock yards
for the week ending Tue.scl.iy were CG.93.J,
against C0.39S the same week, Inst enr,
nml the quality very good for thin tlmo
nf year, the average for both seasons
being 2ll pounds. Packers nro getting a
larger per cent of tho arrivals, their pur
chases for the llrst week In Mny this
year being 4P,0l, ngnlnst 3J.U9 Inst
W It. Jttltiger, bookkeeper for II. C.
Wl ,io fc Co., Is back nt work, nfter a
short visit to his old homo In Cnrbon
T N. Hnncock, Stanley, Kns., had In
13d Tooniey, Hraymcr, Mo., oamo In
with hogs jesterday,
j. II. Ciutnlmtigh. live stock agent of
tho Kansas City. Pittsburg & Oulf rail
road, was ut tho yards yesterdnj'. Ho
snvs the fnt cuttle In Newton nnd Mc
Donald counties In .Missouri nnd In Hon
toti enmity In Atkans.w arc all gone.
The fruit crop It very promising nlong
his line npplcs especially so In Arkan
sas. Wlnengcr & llrown, Cedar Junction,
Kns., ciinie In yestetdnv with hogs.
T. J. Moore. I.lano, Tex., writing un
der date of .May fi to tho I3vnns-Snlder-Huel
Companj-, reports good rains nnd
the drouth broken In thnt section. Cattle
doing well. "
Martin .V Herman. Comanche, Tex.,
were up yesterdnj' with cattle.
T . Duncan nnd Scott Wilson, Platte
county. Mo., were In yesterday with
hogs. They s.iv cattle and hogs are
short In their county ns compared with
Inst year. ,
George T. Hume, who ranches In lttiti
nels cciunt.v, Tcv., was nt tho yards yes
terdnj'. Ho reports good grass and says
cattle are doing well.
SI. Gllniorc. Gteat Hend, Kn wnt
herewith hogs yesterday. Ho says cat
tle and hogs aie short In his county.
Hugene Chase. Aigentlne, Kns., had In
cnttle and hogs jesterday.
Hints Urns.. Cleveland, Mo., were In
yesterday with heifers.
Ftank Wedib, Mnllne, Km., came In
yesterday with cattle and hogs.
Jim Powell, Sinlthvillc, SIo., wns here
yesterday with hogs
L. C. Hlshop. Pittsburg. Kns.. wns nt
the j-nids yesterday with cattle.
II. D. Wilcman, I'utcell, I. T had In
William Adair, Shawnee Mound, SIo.,
was In yesteidny with hogs.
Hack Puniphiey, Vinitn, I. T.. came In
yesteidny with hogs.
II. V. Picket, Il.vmor, Kns., was at tho
varels yesterday with hogs.
John Jacobs mid O Shaffer, Hmporla,
Kns., were here yesterday with cattle
and hogs They say the hall storm of
Monday did much damage to fruit, but
at the' same tlmo killed thousands of
chinch bugs. Corn and oats nro not
seilously hint. ., ,
J. X. Schooler, Cat Hinge, SIo., wns in
with cattle jesteiday.
C.eeiigo Ptlce, Hullaid, SIo.. was nt the
v-ards jesterday with cattle.
SI. n. SIoss, Caddo, SIo., wns here J'es
terdav with cattle.
J. W Kenlck, Odessa, SIo., had In hogs
ASSAULTER IN BED,
All Old M.in Km" keel senseless by llurgl.irs,
but Ca it It inber tho
J. W. Hojd, ot i5l Grove street, was tak
en to thu police station jesteiday morning,
suffering fiom two sevue gashes, one un
der the left eye and one between the ej'es.
Itojd Is acarpentii by Hade and Is ulinost
7J j ears of age. Police Surgeon Hide
drened the wounds, vvliL-h weie mndc bj
some blunt Instrument, nnd nsked Ilojd
to explain how the wounds were made.
The- old man statcl that he had no recol
lection of being assaulted. He went to
bed Tuesday night feeling well and without
a bruise, and awoke jesterday morning
bathed III blood. ,
It Is believed bj the police that burglars
attempted t" lob the house Tuesday night
and were siirpiised by the old man awak
ening and assaulted him. '1 he blows elazeel
him and he did tot ie-aln consciousness
until morning, when hu could not remem
ber the assault.
The llartell li.ils s.ihl l lliivu lleen Nilil
llilildlng cm (ir.linl Aieliue.
It was said yesterel.iy that the H.utell
flats, on the east side of Itunlson street,
near roiuteeiith, aie about to bo sold for
Kii.ftnO, The tumor has been denied, hut
jesterday It was leatllrnud Another state,
incut which was made jesteiday was that
active' iii'gotlatlous me em for the purehaso
of a lot on tho east side of (ii.ind avenue,
near Tenth stieet, to be follow eel by the
election of a six-story business building,
with a frontage of lll feet. Also It li, un
derstood that the congiegallon of St.
Paul's Itefotnieil chinch, llev. Dr. .1. W.
Ivove, pastor, is eonslileilng building a new
church edillco somewlieie on iho I3ast side
ot the city Among the site's which have
been mentioned am ones at fourteenth
and Chailolte stiects, ami l'lfteenth street
and I.iellii avenue'.
An Antl-Tob.icco League was organized
jesterday at the Centi.il high school.
Principal Iliichaiiau opened the meeting by
an addiess expressing his sympathy and
co-eipeiatloii lu the ciigauUntlou. An un
tiling worker in tlm c.iuso has been Miss
Almlr.i Hnjes, lu whose class the move
ment oilgitinti'd iiieio weie l:'", signature's
lo the constitution and it piomlses to bo
one of tho stlongest organised onlers In
tho high school The following olllceis
wcro elected: President, Hill ton Held, ie e
piesldeiit. I're'd Pel klus, secietary, Daisy
Dennis; ueasuier Itlcharil Appeison, Tho
Hi. st regular meeting will bo held next
Tbe Pearl) Snlntuiiii
Of the teeth Is brittle. SOZODONT, com
posed exclusive lj of hjglenle vegetable elo.
incuts, ami containing liu solvent, is the
only article which, while whitening tho
enamel, piesenes Its soundness.
An Abundance of fruit,
C. J. Tiowbiidge, n pioiiiineut mill owner
of Willow- Spilngs, SIo., was In the city
vesteiday on business, Aiciiidlug in Sir,
Tiowbrldgo the "Land of tho llig Ited Ai
plu" will outdo all pievlous jeais lu the
quantity of fiult lulsed theio this year.
Apples ami peaches will be u diug on the
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver,diz
ziness, sick headache,bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite.sallow skin.etc.,
when caused by constipation ;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills io$ and
5 a box. Book frte at your
druggist's or write B.F, Allen Co.,
365 Canal St., New York.
Annual tlc mon thin H.CQJ at) boni..
in a ri.w woltiis.
Siiffererii Irom Piles Slay !.nrn of n Harm
less, Lasting Cure.
There are plenty ot pile cure which glvo
relief, nnd sometimes euro n mlbl case ot
piles, but there Is only one which can bo
dciondcd umii with certainty to euro ob
(ttlnnto, long standing eases, nml that Is
the Pyramid Pile Cure.
Indorsements and tcstlmonl-its nre re
ceived dally from men and wxmicn whose
Integrity nnd reliability nro above ques
tion, nnd In this Connection a letter re
ceived from tho Iter, James It. Wesbrook,
ot How tie, Sllch., may be of Interest to plto
sufferers who have sought In vain for 11
cure, lie snyst
I have used tho Pyramid Pile Cure and t
know that It Is all that Is claimed for It.
I had been troubled with piles more or less
for about eighteen je.iM. and I had tried
other remedies, but the piles grow worse
until nboiit ten months ngo t used the
Pyramid Pile Cure, It gave nltnost Instant
relief and I have been free from plies over
since. Itov. J.-ime-j It. Wesbrook.
Sir. Plank Smith, the well known nnd
popular druggist of Ypsllnutl, Sllch,, In
spenklng of tho Pyramid Pile Cure, soys:
"A J ear ngo I sold to C, C. Potter, 113
Hamilton direct, Ypsllatitl, Sllch,, n Ihjx ot
tho Pyrntnld Pile Cure. He made the fol
lowing statement to me to-day: 'I hnvo
been troubled for twenty years with Itch
ing piles. Have tried nearly everything
that promised relief, hut got very Utile
help until one jcar ago 1 called on my
druggist. Prank Smith, nnd got n box of
the Pyramid Pile Cure, The one liox, ueil
nceordlng to directions', was, In my case,
n perfect cure, ns a jear spent without
anj' simptutns of tho trouble has con
vinced me.' "
Although a comparatively new reined v,
Its popularity Is such that nil druggists
now soil It; If jour druggist hasn't It lu
slock, he will get It for jtiii If J on nsk hlm,
at CO cent nnd Jt per piek.igc.
A pamphlet describing tho cause and
euro of piles sent free by addressing the
Pyramid Pile Co , Albion, Sllch.
TiiiitD iti:nt.vii:.M' m:,
'Iho Present Armory .May lie I.i used for n
Year Cheeking Up fill forms.
Por the present, at least, tho Third regi
ment will retain control of Its nrmorj' at
Twelfth and Troost avenue. While the
matter has not been decided upon llnally,
thero Is a strong sentiment in favor of ac
cepting tho terms offered by Hie owners of
tho building. Iteduced rents have been of
fered, and the olllcers feci that It would bo
as well to maintain cnntiol for 11 full j-ear
as to pay the rent until a new building
can be elected. It would iciiulie seveial
months to get a suitable building In condi
tion for occupancy. .Meanwhile, Colonel
Slmonds Is readj' to consider anj' pioposl
Hon anj' prupcitj" owner may have to sub
mit for a new artnoij'.
Colonel dross, Captain Klnne-ard nnd
Cnptnln Tow, as a board of smvey, put 111
the entlro dnj' yesteiel.iy checking up the
property charged to the leglmelit. TheJ
found that of tho original Issue verj' few
uniforms ate In any condition for iish nt
present. A singular fe.itiiui ot tho work
was the discovery of epille a large number
ot di ess coats. These gaimeiits are- not
issued by tbe war ilcpattmcnt to tho states,
and cannot be figured In with the lepoit
of the bond. Dress cents abound, hut III
most cases theio aro about one pair of
trotiseis for each platoon of a company.
The work ot the bo.iiel was completed
with the exception ut thu Inspection
of tho property in the hands of Com
pany II, Captain Ctilllns, and Com
panj' C, Captain Henlej, of Independ
ence. Captain Collins has a se-p irntu armor-,
and the lioarel found nobody to let it
In when the members asked for the keys.
The board will meet at H company's! 111 m
ory this morning, after which General
Wlckham will return to .leffeisoii city.
Tho boa id will smvey Cnptnln llonlev s
company at Its convenli'iice. 'llie vvurk
ilonu will enable General Wlckham to have
a new issue of uniforms fiom the war de
partment. Tho statu will be entitled to new
uniforms ns soon as it Is shown that the
legal amount H below what the state can
1 lalni. .
HOLY ltOs.YItY I'llimt'll.
It Will llo llcelle tiled With fl.iboratii Cere
monies mi Sluj 111
Right llev. Hlshop llonaciini. of Lincoln,
Neb., Is to lay the corner stone of tho new
Italian Ilomaii Catholic chinch on tho aft
ernoon of Sundaj-, May 19. Tho 1 1'remoides
nccomp.inilng tho lajlng of tho stone will
be finite clahoiatc. All ot the ju lists In
tills city nnd for miles around will attend,
and tho many union C.ithollu so, letles of
Kansas City nml Hie adjoining towns will
Join In the piocesslon. The new church,
which is known as the Holy Hns.irj' chinch,
is to lie located at the 1 orner of Mlssoml
avenue nnd Campbell stieet. Its pastor Is
Kev. rather IVidlnaiul Santlpolo, who 01
ganled the palish In Novumbei. 1M'-. Iho
chinch stimtuic will be ot bilck wltli a
large stone basement lis dimensions will
be 10$ bv M feet, nnd Its cost will be about
Jjne). Tills amount, iiowevel, does not
cover the cost ot the Intel lor, such as pews,
altars and decoiallons.
The election ot the church 1 sen es lis a
good llliistiation l the laiild giowtli ot
Kansas litVs Italian poiiiiliitlon When
the 11.11 Ish was esiiibllslud W rather Santl
p.lo. sei vices were held In a small loom at
fifth stieet and Peucst avi-niie I hell
linger qi nitem weie sec ill e, .111 In; lepei -I.ne.,
uv'.n.ie near Locus, BUM I 1-
The forecast for to-day piomlses for
Mlssoiiil. fair, with waiiuei weather In
the eastein, mil cooler ill th. western
," rllonfaiid for Kansas, a No fair nnd coo -or
with f.ivornlile eoiidllioiis for loi al
storms. The highest and lowest n iap''i 1
iiiie lestirday was SO ami a deg t'ollniv
ing Is a iceoid of lust night's olise 1 v.itlons
Stations. .l"r- u,nL'.
v..,. 1 11 loans uO 01 il
;..,. ,.u.i ...;!
Hill,' .." .-.- ,.,.. o
I'lnclllll.ltt .- " el
St. Paul - ,?'
Hprlngfleld .-' J
Concotdl.i - !
Doelgo City -'''
lllsmarck ; ';
Helena .11 in
filinmiiinn ..J ll
lIV-JtMHU ,,i,M.,i.,.....-"- -- t mt .
iitnfr ---"i "
Wichita ........... Ml M
SI I oiils -9 81
Kansas City -
llristow 11 He peitj slierllT.
Imiry O, llilstow lias been niipolnted n
ileim y l -rllt lu Sheiilt O'Neills otllco.
Irlsteivv wus chief cleik under Itecoidcr
Owsley, nnd has two or tlueo Indictments
pending against hlm In connection with the
ato election finuds.
The following building permits wcro is-
b7o!iii'7leiVii'i'ic:ksoii, 1K3 Hrooklyn avenuej
fl.iiuu resilience. 10 cost Jin.
Plymouth Coiigiegatlonal Church bo.
clety 3121 and .11 A! Southwest bnulovard;
frame church building, to cost Jl,ei
(! I. llrown .v Son, S,:u List Lighth
stuet: fiamo resilience, to cost ..JW.
C. H. Holmes, 1711 Agnes avenue; repair a
bullied building, to cost ilcrt, ,..
SI. Steiniuejcr, -"'H Uat Ninth street;
brick addition, to cost wu.
.Vliei-rl.ege I. ileum I iucd.
Tho following couples were yesterday
licensed to wed:
CHItonl W. Nail, Kansas City. Mo l
Hattle McCllntock, Liberty, SIo,.,,, 3)
Isaac N. Ckuk. Kansas City. Mo.... 31
Sirs. Kiumlci Smith. Kansas Cltj, SIo 3J
Tlie following deathb were reported to
the board of health, ycsteiday:
llroodU, J'HIa 11. i V'''."i; Hoaedale,
Kas.j Slay 7; luidirltls; Initial I'nlou ceine-
'w'heeler, James J : 61 vears; 1S0J Hast
Kighteenth stuet. Slay b; heart disease;
burial in I'nlou cemetery. .-.,.,
Commodore. Ada, 33 jears; OH Hast Sixth
street: Slay 6: consumption; burial In In
The following births were reported to the
board of health jesterday:
Milotte, Joseph and Ueorgla; girl; Cen
tropolls; May 1.
Iteed, II. JI. und Sllna; boy; 3120 Jefferson
street; May D.
Stewait, Henry and Slalleia; boy; 601
Campbell street. April 30.
Alber, Umtl und Kate; boy; 1315 West
Twentj--fourth stieet; Sluy 6.
Scully, J J. and Itosa; boy; Twenty-ninth
and Summit stu-ets. Slay T
Devvltt, Wulter and Maggie; boy; 2117
Jefferson street; Slav ti.
Lewis, David und Ueejifeiu; fcllrl; (53 LydU
avenutj; Slay 7.
necessltiiled another change. iin! a t. lien 1
w is 111. do to No i.l Wast Pllth stieet 1 i-
alV I ' congiegatl.in has g.own to s.ieli
roportloiis Hint a lng' 1 hiiuh bulbil Hi H
neeeled. lleneo the lloly itos.iry tliuieh.
nn: wi:.vi 111:1;.
One of Nicoll's
Scotch Cheviot Suits to or
der, $20 to $30, will afford
you more than common com
fort, style, and service.
If you look you'll sec wc lmvc
a corner, so to speak, on
Scotland's best and prettiest
output of Cheviots.
Wc know how to tailor these
soft, rich fabrics for best
Trousers to order, $4 to $14.
Suits or Overcoats to order,
$15 to $50.
Corner 9th and Main
Chicago. ? tf ST-Lom'''
st. paw. (stsyl'lCCW 0n.
hoston. TAfLdR "r,nrR'
Wasiiinoton. NiwYork. Ispianm-olis.
KassvsCitv. SvnIrvsc isco. Slisvrvpotts.
IlARTrORt). I'OHTUSt). ORC, LoSANOTtLS.
KANSAS CITY PIANO GO,,
1215 MAIN ST.
1 Root beer
B Oivc the cbildrcti is inufli p
II litres' Uootliccr ns they want, p
ga T.ikonsmiicli us you want, your- g
p i,elf. There's no harm iti it p
p uotliint; but good.
I The Clias. 13. Hires Co., I'lillaJa.
DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES
SUAIAIEF IS NOW HERE
If j on want to Keen cool buy
Hind's Refrigerator and Ice Chest,
Tin; m:sr in tin: vvohi.d,
on which wo aro niaUlns low price
Factory prlco Itefllserntor, 13 00; our
riictoij price Itofilgcrator, $15.00; our
1'actoiy price ltcfilsctator 17.00; our
IMctory prlco ltcfrlgerntor, IJO.Oi), iiir
,nil iither sUes In nropoitlou. AIo -i
full linn of Wuler I'ooleis, Lawn Mowers,
Screen Doois ami Wliiilow uii'l seasonable
1209 and 1211 Grand Ave,
4t4mill IA llmiirv. si.niniljrv ur Tor
Wll IIIUIV cureillnrilo3icJ.is. Vuu
can bo troatuii at homo for tho same) price uuilc r suuie
ifuuruul). If jouiirofcrloccimulic'revcowlllcun
trdit to iuy rallruail fuiu ouil hold bills, uuel uo
charco.if wofull tucurii. If youUavotaUn mci'
ftu'l, leidlilu iolii!U, ami silll have tubes aiul
'luiplen, duiiier t'uluivU Npoli, VliH'W
apy liartuf Uio toiiy, IlulrorK)rbiuvtiulllp'
uut, it Is tUli hiplelllllc lil.UOII i'lllSO.N
that wo Kuuruuti-u to euro. Wo toPclt tuo moit
ulittluuto cutecuud iIiuIIcuku tbovtorlu I"''
u rum wo tuuuot ruic. b)plillU bal ulirurn
bulUcd the kllloMlie Ulont imllicut ubl
uuarauty. Attkolutc i.rooia tcntbeulceloaappll
catlon. Adrtrcs I ook UUK1)Y CO., UO?
Mil. mile- 'IVnpl.-. nilCAfitl. I I.I..
The Journal deliv
ered at your door for
10 cents per weelc.
B? w'-ViLlt3JVa i-i
I "Could I have another
h Gluss of that s2
The Great Sale Progressing.
Dally tho throng Increases, drawn by tho Immonslty of tho bargains
offered. It takes but littlo advertising to keep tho public alert
with Buch prices as prevail bore. Tho word of mouth
advertising neighbor tolling neighbor works tho
wonders that aro dally fcou In tho multitudes
that come. Bo among them to-day.
Uvcr poptllnr, the price mills In
crcned Interest In tlm olTerttiff.
1,000 plnln nml rotitjli Slrnw
lnllnri, noversolil for les tliati it
SO tlitWn flno 'J'rlniiticil Pallor
Hnti, lit white, blue, tiliielt of
brown, usual price $1,
They've served their tiny nml
ROlieratlon ns pattern hats ntnl
now arc put on the sncrlllclal
ttltnr. llnuiKoniely trliiiiueil nml
of lntest conception, they must
fjo, whatever the suerlllee; newer
crentlotis constantly nrrivlnir ren
tier reillicllon of piesent stoch Itu
perutive. 150 of thein for lnilles
'I'nlte the price tlchet, wlmtever
It may he, nml yon It now that it
is low enough now, deduct one
third nnd the hat Is yours. This
applies to to-day only.
The rapid advance ot the season
calls for specially tempting prlco
bits to unload the stoclc. You'll
find them here, too.
IfiOnll wool cloth Dniihle Capes,
plnltrtl nil aioitml, pleated collar,
Xevv styles, full sweep, embroid
ered Cnpcs, vvortli SI,
Ilatislc Wrappers, full front,
pleated back, sttaps, pocket, etc.,
Indigo blue, red and black and
while Wrappers, full front,
pleated back, .straps, pocket, vvortli
Tho May Salo has been a success from tho very start and
should keep up to tho very end. Prices liko theso aro not
mot every day, and should be taken advantage ot when op
portunity presents. Each price will plainly show to you that
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO TRADE AT THE
912-914 MAIN STREET.
HI KMIAM, . . MtKi:,
rrt'ftitlont. U v rrrthlt nt.
Deposits Mayl. Illlll, SLMiLTi.iil'J.G:!,
I V. i:. Hull,
I VV. '. I.I
j t . A. Plll.-.l.'i,
(. .1. II. Will".,
W.isnllclt are-mints of II inks IfiulciTs, I'orpointions. r'lrni'.. Murli.inlfi .111 J Individuals ami will
lu sl.ul tiMiiuoiorcorievpcinil wltli tlioiucoiiii'iupIatliiK m.iliiich.uii;c or opening tm account b
19. W. WOODVVAIII).
UOALHRS IN PAINTS, OILS AND (1LASS,
J206and 1208 Union Avo. (Noar Union Dopoty, KansaB City, Mq,
PDeatherage Lumber Company,!
1 Lath, shingles, shsh, doors and blinds !
WHITE "yELLOWPIN&. I
YOU WILL REALIZE THAT "THEY LIVE
WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY," IF YOU USE
KANiA". 1'ITV, .vllsMiurl.
hr. I III
WE T DOOR OM :
Corner Niiioteoiith and Wyoming Sts., Kansas Gitj'f Mo.
it'iown ciiriti:-111:111' iii'ii.niMi.
Hi., nnlv iiiih that iujranlees to
cure, and tbe only ouetbal bas never iujured tbe Lealtbot asluglo patleat.
710 WYANUOTTE STRUliT, KANSAS CITY, MO.
Estimates furnished ou all kinds ot Uulldluu Material.
Country Trade and Car Shipments especially boiicited.
20XU AMJ VtNt ulitLlil's. JiANSAS V1TV, SHJsSOUlM.
A bewllderlnc assortment, and
none hut the befit timotirr them,
The prices nre Indicators of our
methods, not of the v.ilno of the
(oods; Hint's farnnil nvvay beyond
what you'd expect at the price.
C 1 1 1 ii :i silk, crush collar and belt,
full back nnd front, full sleeves,
in either stripes, checks or solid
colors, worth every penny of J5,
Merit In every thread tho price
too low to judge them fnlrly by.
fit) pieces fancy figured China
Stilts, vvortli 60 cents the yard,
A hard to equal and Impossible
to eweol opportunity.
IliO (Wen ladles' 'fast black, full,
regillur made Hose, worth UOccnts,
Marvels of cheapness in prlco
nnd excellence in quality.
.ISO doen ladies' ribbed cotton
Vests, worth 10 cunts,
Lower than ever before, any
where, at any time.
100 docn Indies' nil pure Silk
Mitts, vvortli U0 cents a pair,
Tlie very best that aro made are
to ho found hete, and usually nt
just about one-half their actual
value. A case in point:
;ir dozen of the best dollar Sum
mer Corsets on sale to-day at
,1. .. STKCAN,
W 1 1,1 I.. ,.IM,
Deposits May 1. lii'jr,, SillOll VlWATu
f. I:. Vll.K.
I.e eirK' 1. lie ,
.1. K. Itill llhilln,
II. I.. Vic I. fret).
I runic lliiircriii.in,
I.. It. -.iiillli,
I . s. Vleir.J.
.1. I., stmin.
J. C. 1IOKTOX
FAXON & CO.,
I Tclcphonu 22 "l.
The English Supply & Engine
rim isiiiiitiKTV .vu Mou-
I'lll.VIJjM. Tbe) follortlui; date
mimts U'tfardlut; tho berrell Cure)
are) absolutely truu: It U the) olJ-
cat bucinu uieillcal cure; the oldest auel tbe nniy
cenuine) and orl-'ltul cuts In tlio tvvo Kausan Cltys
tin) only cum Indorsed jud aclojited by tbs Untied
Stalea coverumeut autboritled on an Investigation:
the Ditlenl in vvritlncr a sura and rb,rm.inent