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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 12, 1895.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
221 KANSAS AVE.
BEATON'S GASH GROCERY,
Con 3rd and Kansas Ave.
llften nnOtl lltst. ft tlimlll, nrtd
ii will uo to your interest to trmlo Willi us. Why, becattso vro will srivo you
iiioncy. Wo don't except nuy one. You enn pet pood ijrooerlm from nsclionpcr tlinn
from the lif stores across tlio river, ntnl then J cm Rot only socond-clns goods nnd
you pay more money for thoni, for morn tlimi one reason.
Trade at Home and Don't Help Pay Kansas City, Mo , Taxes.
TRADE AT HOME AND WE WILL SAYB YOU MONEY.
lnc Scrub Ilnnh for
,in ltottlc Illume ror
loo Jloltlo Mtiinnl for .
Lamp Chlmnevs ...i,,,,, ,
A Good Hroom ........ ,,,
Tho Ilest Corn
K lb enn Tomntoes ........
Soda crackers ........ ,,,
Toothpicks . ,i,
Anvil Sula .,
4 lb Gold nnt for
10 lbs S;ll Soda
Poarllne, only ,..,,
,1 sacks Salt, only .........
Corn .M.11 ..,
A (Inn Cheese
iti ,,, i, . ,,,4
,,,t4c nnd tV
........Co ppr ran
.Co per can
iitiHMiiiiiu ,V lb
...lo ntnl v pkg
............ V pkg
. i ,,,, , , . 2.V
,..te nnd So sack
,.10o lb,; n for 2.V
The largest file WflsMub
'4 gallon Pickle", only ..,,
California Yellow Peaches
California Hgg Plums ....
ior ,i. ....... ,rfv
it. ,,. tt.lC
.11: tier enn
....... ,5c per can
Now just tlilnlt It It would not pay you lo trndo nt lljmc. Wo hnvo tlio stock
to select from and can save you money on nny purohns',
Don't dclny, but give us a Trial Order, nnd wo willsurely please you.
BEATON'S CASH GROCERY,
221 Kansas Avenue, Corner flnl fipii Kansas Avenue.
These Firms Do Business
For High Grade Work,
647 Mtiinrsotn At).
Tel. West SI.'
npinrnilior thtr I
ro KrHry InntUuto
In It nn him City Mu.
lit warn of Cheap
F. G, GROTHERS,
611 Jllnnesnta Arc..
Kansas Cltj, Kas
BELLE V!'cW !
810 rnsli, balance 8(1
S. N. Simpson 4 Sod,
Chamber or Co;a D1(1k.
Tine tiioles, both 1 ool
nml LllllJid. licit stocic
of imported ami do
rooms itticbeil. 12 W.
TOWNHIt, Prop, 611
W. W. OVERTON,
Junction Grocery and Meat Market
1900, KXJA 1904 N. Fifth St. Tol, west. 60
High clasn Roods, low nrlcei, full weight,
court-ous treatmont, prompt delivery.
V1T11 every l pur-
chase, or more,
mido at our store be
fore May ft we will
Rive PUKR one box of
our special br mil
Writing Paper. vorth
reKUlar 33 cents per
J II O'ltlelly. prop
Phono No Weiiw
Tor the next lxty
tnn 1 vvlll Laundry
l.ace Curt.ilns at i1c
aplrce, or toe per pair
ii. r. ii!M , rrop.,
f.tli & Muto Sts.,
KnnraH Cits. Kmift ii.
Issued by any uallery
In Kansas Cltv, Mo,
will bo received by us
oi rtanift roudltlons as
st itoil on th.) tlcKet.
Iluni'f4rcl .V Allen,
bZ .Mlnni-'otn a"tnue.
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONhY?
Hero Is the way to do It. Look at this!
S room house, DO feet of sround, decant
location, lots of .shade, cloe to enr line,
etc.: price, $2,000; JoO cash, balance, :0
7 room bouse, M feet of Rround, line lo
cation, price, Jl.'OO, terms same as above.
Till! POUTSMOUTH INVnST.MHNT CO,
Telephone '.'t!7S Kansas Cl'y, Kas.
SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK
$10 Cash, Balance $5 Per Month.
This addition is near transportation, covered with beautiful troes and
within walking distance of U. P. and M. P. Shops and
all Packing houses. Call on
U(fa Op;n llll 7 O'clock,
WHY IS IT
THAT our trade is increasing so rapidly? Be
cause we sell only first-class goods, at such low
prices that peop'e cannot afford to buy a poor qual
ity of goods even at a cheap price. Our stock of
staple and fancy groceries is fresh and complete,
and our meat department cannot be excelled.
Your trade is kindly solicited. Goods delivered to
all parts of the city.
604, 606 and 608 North Sixth Street.
Any printing you want done? If so, call
on us nnd get prices. We print every
thing. Fine programmes u specialty.
g. r. canente! Pntins Co-
516 Hinnesota Avenue,
THLi, NO, IO WBST.
OtX MlMMlbUl'A AVK.
The Journal deliv
ered at your door for
10 cents a week.
221 KANSAS AVE.
lirtTA t.n.t nn ImttmrteA tcni1
California Green Once .... ,,..,,l!Uo can
The bout 2T ColTte In the City,
Htmll'li Hrcnrnst Ten, only 3.Vc lb. worth r,oo
Imperial Ten ,.. 35c lb; .1 for II
1 Ine Gunpowder SOc, worth everywhere ROO
I.lon Coffee i, ,, ,. ., ,,.,,,,, , 2.1c pkg
Uur special brond High Patent Dour.... L
- , ro n, tr-o
4 gallon Cntun , !.V
Mnnhnttnn Hakim; Powder ., ,IiV lb
K. C llaklng Powder 10 ounces for tie,
If, ounces for 13c; S for Eicj 25 ounces for
Tine Salmon ,, ........ ,,,..1V per ran
nil Sardine ..,..,,, .lo per enn
Mutnrd Sardines ,,,, , ,.9e per enn
3 lbs Cox St.arch 20e
Corn Htnrcli 5c pkc; 0 for 2.o
.1 large loave Hrend for v
2." lbs Host Sugar ....tl.r)
Parlor Mht he ,.10c d07en
12 bars Olive Honp .,.,,., ,.....2.'c
Knecr's Of m UrtiR Stors
II r ubs, Medicines,
Cbtmloals, Paticy and
Snonites, llrnshts Pr
fumery, tr. Phynl
and orders answered
with care and dlspatclu
MR MliniMotn Ave.
M. 1. fAHM,
With Soothing, Ilalmy Ollt
Caixer, liiinor, Catarrh,
I.i remit iintl nil Shin Din
nines. Srnil for Hook,
l'leaite mention ,toiirnal.
Dr. D. M. BYE,
Comblnntlon Oil Cure,
B, Plymouth Rock
Eggs, II to Wpor 13.
3 blocks vrtfit and S
blocks north Qulndaro
fat. "L," road
Put on now wall pa
per, paint your duell
ing. Employ only Hrst
llii) jour I'nlnts
nml j'apor of
W. P. WHITE,
OKI Minnesota Ave.
Justice or (lie Peace,
New Number, West 7?.
4 l!i Mlnneiotu Are.
publicity If requested.
Collections a spec laity.
A Go candle
jjj Light costs
cent per hour.
Vyandotle Gas Co.
lit. Ikuii. Ilustedllld
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG,
The Journal office has been
removed from the Chamber
of Commerce to the first floor
of the Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
THIS IS HOUSE CLEAN
And tlio modern housekeeper Is mmons to have licr home look ns nttil
m a . .Many of you need now Carpets, or hew pieces of KuruUiiro to
accomplish this end, and you will nml It to your advantage to call and ln
spect the MAM.MOTIt stock in our KMl'OIUUM. Our furniture is all up
to date In styles, and olir CnrpcU aio of tho latest patterns. Wo Invito
comparison with any furniture house In the West as to quality of goods
and prices. Wo aio the People's Store of the two Kansas Cityn.
TOUPRK FURNITURE CO,,
0!i4-6fi6 Minnesota Avenue.
TEL, "WEST 53,"
Wu proposo to slash the prices on
0,000 rolls of Good White Blank Paper, io; worth 7a
10,000 rolls of Ucst Whito Blank I'.ipcr, Ooj worth 80.
T.000 rolls of Good Gill 1'apor, 80; woith 12 1-Do.
.1,000 rolls of Good Gilt Paper, 10c; worth lflo.
Wo want you to call and examine this paper if you have any thought
of hiiying Coiicspouding prices will prevail on Paints, Glass and Mouldings.
JOHN C. HORT0N,
Next Door to Husted Building.
604 MINNESOTA AVENUE.
GRAND CLEARING SALE.
We invite you to sec our large stock of GILT WALL
PAPER, on which we will give you a DISCOUNT OP
20 PER CENT lor the next thirty days. Is it possible
that you can miss this opportunity in papering your house
with fine Wall Paper when you can get it done at such low
JIEPOIIT OF TIIR CO.VIllTIONOr
As rcnilrriMl to tlio comptroller of curroiicj
nt tin ilrrn. of hililm-fts May 7, lHDo.
Loans nml discounts JITO.QISSI
Banking house and llxtmca i,l"J 10
United States bonds 2.vnn
Municipal honilM in.oi'i as
Cash and sight exchange 17,SS."i U
ranltnl stock paid In JIM.O.V) (10
Surplus and net proiltx '.M.l.Mfi
Deposits S'3.1,171 Zi
The Oldest Bank in Wyandotte
This Bank Has No County Deposits,
Tresh TZkks, with orders 10c doz
Arliuckle Package Coffee Wj
Crackers 3 lb Cartoon 10c
l'ull Cream Cheese, lb 10c
Maple. Huinr. 3 lbs .' '
f, gal. Headlight Oil
G cal. (lasollno
t pkgs. Oat I'lakeq
4 pkgs. Pancake riour
4 pkgs. Hominy rinko
3 pkgs. Ilolled Wheat
I cans Tomatoes
G cans Sugar Corn
4 cans Peas, lleans, Succotash
l lb Comb Pure Honey
12 bars Toilet Soan
2 large fat Mackerel lr.o
Jtrgo Table Potatoes, bushel C5o
Vinegar Pickles, gallon MM
Pure Home made tard, lb 10c
Navy lleans, S lbs ;-,c
Dried Uviin. Apples, 3 lbs 25c
Calif. S. W. Prunes, 111m I'So
California Dried Pears, G lbs ,,,,, 2.1c
Hulk Spices, per lb , lBc
Tetts, new crop, 23c, 33c, 40c, C0c. COo lb
II rooms i.'c, L'Oo, 2.ic each
Tubs 40c, GOo, COo each
.Scrub Hrushes G, 10, 1G, 20o eucli
riours at the Ion est price.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money r
E. B MA8TERS0N,
444 Minnoqota Avo.
Sweet smelling rerfumes, Toilet Arti
cles, and q or) thing tlut holpa to con-
Ktltuto a nrsi-ciaBs mug stoie, are to lie
found nt Ilakoi'u Drug Store, corner of
Sixth street and Hlizuheth avenue. Old
and reliable. Piesoilptlons carefully
compounded. Your custom Is solicited.
ili .! ii -.! t-,-ii- n.-
Call and take a Cool Drink from
our Soda Fountain.
St, Paul's Kplscopal church Sunday serv
ices as follows: Holy communion, 7.30 a.
... . ... n.n I .. ! .pn.,.. n .. .1 a..r...n.. I, n,Aln.1 .
II... IllUlttlllh I'lMJC, .111 or. il,U,(. .. U (UIV.
DniiL'hterH of the Klnu. T n. in nhoinf
eensong and sermon, b o'clocki subject of
morning sermon, 'The Holy Spirit In tho
World;" oenlng, "David's llepentance."
At the Central Christian church, Seventh
street and Tauromee avenue, the ltev. H.
Q. Denham will speak both morning and
eienlnir. Mornlnc tonic. "Tares." Dentnir
subject, "Is Christianity Practical Enough
to Meet the Demands of This Ate?"
Gordon place church Preaching at It a.
m. by Hev. Charles H. St. John; 7:43 p. m.
by Jlov. M. Moore, of Kansas City, Mo.
Stewart avenue chuich Preaching ut 8
p. m. by the pastor, Hev. Charles H. St.
Presbyterian church Preaching at U a,
m. and St. ra, by the pastor, Hev. II. Q.
Mendenhafl D. D.. Morning subject, "Daw
and lis Fuimiment:'
C. U Drokaw, superintendent
Till Means You,
I wish to extend an invitation to all
my friends to call at my new charters.
No. 633 Minnesota aenue, where I hae
opened a llrst-class cigar store. A full
..- - ,.... , in.n..A.i inK. ....
line 01 aomesnc unu nuuiic.. v.i.u,s u.
(tobacco are constantly Wept on hand,
We can also supply ou with all the
latest literature of the day. Call and n.
amine my stock. HDWARD GRUBLE,
EU Minnesota avenue,
L 4. Mm, inner.
' 3 11. 111.. junior un-
."tv- e-lfn' ii. "senior n" ittan of street commissioner is a dm
s'ls i? m. Sunday School, f"1' hu r- !?fih is equal
A CHAM) .1IIKY JIAV Hi: CAI.I.IJ) To
DISCUSSED BY COMMISSIONERS
hi ii:r him our or jam.
Ilvfenliller Appnlutctl IoiiiImts of Iho lo
Uci rorii. A llini!inV,lnii tut by
tlliisH-lliirniMl hi fin ho 1 1, ir Ufiup
'Q tlou to UIkIi i hnol tlr.iiliuitc.
It Is now almost a settled fact that n
grand Jur will soon lie called to Invesll
gite the charges of .illegtd cronktdness
against a munliei of Justices of the pence
and ex-county nlllciil The Juiv will lie
called .it the Instance of tho members of the
county board and Its oil: 111 be .i regulir
din; net. Tlinte hao been so many
chaiges of crookedness made to the com
mlsiloners lecentlj th it they have nbutit
decided lo lme them linestlgated Tho
only way that the) can .iccoinpllsh an
thlng is to get a gnnd Jury, befoie nhleli
witnesses can be subpoenaed ami eMimlned
In (.eciet ns to what they know about tho
eiookedness In the iliff rent ofllees. I'nder
the btnte law the county nttorney connot
compel ii person to gle lilm .my Informa
tion upon which to luse a state cabe. The
onl uny he can examine a witness under
oath Is at the trial. The county com
missioners held a m eting yesterday and
after transacting conslili ruble business they
talked about the reusability of calling a
The board referred the reports of the ex
pert accountants showing alleged short
ages of the accounts of the -arlous Justices
of the peace with the county to County
Auditor Uerser. One of the experts, TM
Hove), was also emplojed lo go over the
reports with tho auditor The board re
musted tho auditor and .Mr. IIooy to com
plete tho work by May 11 If possible and
report Immediately thereafter to the board,
No action toward tho c.illlus; of ,i grand
Jury will be taken until the auditor and ex
pert file their report.
Cliplimnn Drought was seen last even
ing nnd admitted that them was talk of
calling a grand Jury. He sild that nothing
would be done until the auditor made n
renort. "Things have been limning erv
loosa In this county," said he, "and the
only way that It can be checked Is to call
a grand Jury. If n Jury Is called all of the
charges of crookedness against tho olllclnls
will be Investigated. It will be sweeping in
Its scopo; ,i regular drag net. Theru hae
been so many charges of oltlclal corruption
that tlio board feels that the duty it owes
tn the people of this county Is to hae tho
charges lnestignted. If the charges aio
found to be fnlsc then the otllclals will not
Im Injured; If they uro found to bo true
then the people should know It,"
.Major Drought refuted to give any of the
specillo charges made. Ho said llint the
public would And out after the grand Jury
finished its labors.
NEW STREET COMMISSIONER,
11. fliirllik, I bo t'liutrni tor, 1V1II Have
Charge of the Cit' 'lliorouglifarn
for Inu Vciirs.
W, n Oarllck, the new street commls.
Blnncr, lias taken lipid of the work In his
olllce In ft manner which would indicate
i mat no kiioim just vwmi nv is uuuifc,. jiu
'is a thorough busings man and win adopt
business principle In cunductlug the af-
fatrs of that oltlcc. Mr. Claillck Is nn uu
pretentious man, but taking his work of
I tho past thlity years In this city Into con
I sideratlon there nro few his eiiunl.
Ho Is a nutUe of Illinois, liaMug been
born at Heardstowu, In that state, In 1VW.
,,i,i. ...bw ....... ....v.. ....
Uu leslded theru until imi, when he enlist.
ed In tho Thirteenth Illinois lnfnntrv. He
sered three years In Iho civil war and one
year In a rebel priou, In Oeorgla. At the
closa of (be rebellion hu returned to 1111-
nols, an'd shortly after moved to this city.
in 1871 ho married Mis H. S. Sackett, of
tils native town, and brought her to "Old
WvnmlntiA " nmlntr I1I.4 loin- rnt,iana
hem he has been engageil In the business
of building contractor, and has probably
elected mora buildings In the Suntlower
inetropolis than any uther contractor.
Mr. Claillck has a host of strong friends
here and many times has his namo been
mentioned for ditferent political positions.
In bis selection of street commissioner
Major Twlss made no mistake. He is to
be congiatulated for the appointment of
a gentleman of such business sagacity and
cient an olllclal in that department as the
city ever nau.
Preparing for u Hlg Tliue.
Tho local lodges of the A. O. U. W. and
the Degree of Honor are making prepaia-
4lnna fm n lilrv r. i pritlmi tn lin lamlr.rail Ihi,
I... ..- - r n T . ..., . - v,ta
oniLcrs 01 ine grauu luones ut tue oruer
throughout the state. The reception will
be held ut the Tabernacle on Muy -7, and
all the grand olllcers are expected to
, bo present. A committee from tho arlous
llodcea oi this cltv tela a Bu-atinv Vrlda.v
. ... miirniv nu r, . - ...irui'ic i.iv.a.ni .,'.,
' to 1 no emerKeucv auu win maico as tti.
lilgllt nt Pawjer'n ball, nnd perf trd tlio
nrrmgi nn uls ior the big nrn wi Tim
prngi limine lms not lieen compl t. I but
mitliv noted speakers linM pr muIhoi to
p.utlilpito. Mr William t'ros iintinnan
of the t ttminltlro on nrrnngeinv ni slntid
jestrrln. Hint n mrnlbership of A. il peo.
jiln would be tepreseliled nt the meellnii
The oicnslnti of the reception Is due to iho
nnminl lurrtiiig nf the olllrrrs ot Hie grand
lodge of tho IXttioe of Honor of Knnsns,
which ronxencs In this city nn Hint day.
A POPULARYOUNG OFFICIAL,
C. ., 1 Ills Appolnlnl to Pnbllr llnii e Three
Sun rtlii 1 1 rim-llo Is 11 krlf
Among tlio nrlous city olllclals of Knn
sa CIH, Ka , I. one loimg limit who fins
climbed the In tdi-r of life In n most Micees
fill milliner This pnpulnr oilblal is noni
olher than A. i:ill the ptcs'tit city
engineer .Mr Hills oMnlnrd nn Mlire of
iiubllc trust for the Hrst time In 1W1, wlien
Im was appointed city englneir of tills
ctly He innda nn cllUlcnl innn for the
i .S3r K
'"y "5i j
c. a. nt.i.is.
iil.aee nnd Ills good work In Hint department
Ins been the meiiiu of his holding the of
Hck thrio successive torm-.
Mr. HUU was boin In Indlnmi In T?,
where he lived with hl parents until ho ar
rived nt the age of 13. At tills age ln left
homo to hustle for hlmir. He roeclvcd
lils cilucatlon nt the llarlhnm college, nt
lllclimond. Intl., utter which lie chirred an
engineering school at WestlUld, Ind., and
graduali-d in 'SI During the enr of ?'
lie liUIsht school In Hie public schools of
T, 111),,, It, tin ,.,.,.. Y, '.... I.. 1. .....I ....-ft
...,,..,i... in- .i.iii.T ,,,-t ill 'I iiini r Hi
anchor In this elty, lie Nccurnl rmplnv
ini'iit In the rounty surveyors olllee soon
after bis arrival, where he worked until
'S7, when he accepted the position of ns-
Istant city engineer under A W. Hoeke.
He served In this capacity until "M, when
he was appointed cltj engineer by Mayor
Ilnnunn. During his four 5 ears in of
llee be hns at all tlme had the 1 llv's Inter
ests nt lunrt nnd by hard work linn sa eil
the tapiers manv thousand doll irs. His
reappointment for the tlilid term by Mnyor
Twlss w is lecelvcd with the greatest of
'Mr r.llls was married lo Miss Mary
Miller, ot Ottiwa, Kas., In '52. He luouglit
ills brldo to this city.
HE WAS A MONEY MAKER.
Jiiiiiis t'liiinigiiii Willi 11 l7," Capital,
.Makes s.-,ll,llllll In :i IVw Inrs llo
Wim Vitj .ih l( infill,
James rianngnii, one of the most prosper
ous ami successful saloon 1m.11 In Kansas
City, Is a pelf-nuiile 111 in, nn I has become
well-to-do bv nmbltlous eflorts He was
born in Irelind In 'Id A Per reaching tho
nge of manhood he started out in llfo to
hustle foi himself nnd has been 1 row nod
with success ill eveiy business undertaking,
lie came lo this city wlun but a boy uud
engaged In tho saloon buslners with his
luotlier, M. I'lanngan, nt i',10 St I.ouls
avuliuo The two hi 01 hf is wire vor hue
eessful nnd later opt nod a lino ,s iloon at
17i! West Ninth stieet. While the linn was
In tho height of lis piosp, rltv M. I'lin.igan,
the senior member, died. At'ir his death
tlio two establishments weie maniiR. d by
lames ITanngan, who bni imo sole piopile
tor Dining the 1m1iii dijs, Mr. riiung.in
sold bis St, I.ouls iveinio , st.abllshment
nnd also the one .at 172J West Ninth Ftiei t.
lie then puiohased tho pioperty at the
noitlieast Kirnei of Ninth and Stale Line
stieets. while bo built tlio hnnuVoino brkk
structure he now occtiplt s. His bar and
fixtures cannot be exoolled in the entire
city In connection with the lingo saloon
ho conducts 11 lino bllll.fd and pool hall.
Mr. riamgan was married in this elty In
S to Miss Miry Clnlstopher, d uigliter of
Mrs Ann 1 Christopher who tltuii resided
In Knnas City. K.i". The union has been
blessed with four bright children It min
im Interesting to know that when .Mr
rianagan landed In th'B city in 'SI he had
onlv about 17., nnd to-day his assets are
estimated at rAOOO
A WOMAN IV(lUNIll-l).
Mrs. ainry William' Arm Severely Cut
While M ashing :i Window.
While washing a window at her home,
nt Pourth street nnd Nebraska avenue,
nt 10 o'clock jesterday morning, Mrs Mniy
Williams mot with a severo incident. Shu
was standing on a chair washing a largo
window class when the chair sllntied uud
she fell (tgnlnst the glai-s. Her left arm
broke the glass nnd a severe gash four
Inches long was cut on her vvtist. An
artery was severed, causing tho arm lo
bleed profusely. Dr rj. J I.uU was called
and sewed up tho cut, but not until tho
woman had liecomo weal; from the loss
(liven by the rientleinen's Driving Aisorln
lion nt Kerr's Park,
Tho Cientlemen's Driving Association
gave a inolng m itlneo at Kort's park
jtstorday afieinoon, '1 he meeting was at
tended by a laigu number of local admirers
of rating. The three leading races were:
1'lrst, oiin-balf tnllo, trot or pace, by John
Scott nnd Jeroinu V won bv Scott; seo.
ond, one inlle, by Coxey S , Topsy II, nml
Harney, won by Harney; slow race, one.
half mile, by Smoky Smith and Well, won
by Smoky Smith,
pm.ioi: itoAitn mi:i;tini,
Two e-Solillers Appolitteil to Places on
the Polite Vorie,
The police board held 11 meeting last
night. Mot of the business ti.ms.aeted
was of a routine nature, tltorge Packard
was appointed t-anltaiy sergeant nnd Will
lam Stoles was appointed a patrolman,
Hoth of these men ure old ROldlerj. Their
olllclal caieer will begin on May 13, Au
gust Anderton and Prank Jackson were
pardoned out of tho city Jail.
Ilepirtiueiit House Urn's,
The Department IIouso drays held a
meeting last evening ami elected ottlcers
for the tnsulng season of habclmll. The
team this year Is composed of good plaers,
and It Is expected that It will hav u long
stiing of vk'toili-s laid un to Its credit ut
tho end of tho se isou. The olllcers are as
follows; it. A. Itobeis, manager; 1", W
lluikes. seerelury, Sandy Kenney. catchei ;
Thomas Dovving, pitcher; It. M. Willi mis'
Hrst base; 11. A. Scott, second base; Claud
l"ast, third base; II. A. Hickman, sdioit
stop; Dick Carton, left field; Prank Muer.
tenter Held; 1". A. McCaskey, right Ikld.
'J'cai lnr' lnmllule.
The city teachers will hold their monthly
Institute at the high school building next
Saturday morning. The following pro
gramme will be carried out: Instrumental
solo, by Miss Anna Thomson; duet, by Mis.
Hobbs and Miss Duella Price; seven minute
papers on vertical writing, by Miss Nellie
Stevens uud Mr. J. It. Harrison j general
discussion. led by Miss Lou Helsler; vocul
solo, by Miss Haltle Jones. Tho icumlndcr
of the Institute will be devoted to the le
nort of the "Committee of Fifteen."
The following topics will be presented:
"Tialnliig of Teachers," by Miss I". Saw
ard; "Correllatlon of Studies In Klementary
Schools," by Agnes- McKlnlay; "Organiza
tion of Schools," by Superluuudcnt Hauks;
i'Trnlnlng Schools" I v .7 t, Ifo-snnl,
"Itomllm- Writing nnd Mpellltiu " by .Mls
Maggie Hughes) nnitllsh (irnmmnr and
I.nllti, by Principal M. K.an .Arithmetic
nnd Alcelirn," .1 .1. t.-wls it, osinph)."
Miss ("lain Hrttotii "Natural S bnro 'leach
Ine," liy 1'. ,1. Hnenrlngrn ' 1 1 it oil States
History, t'lilteti Stales Constitution and
(Iriicrnl History," bv .1 . I.og.in, "Phv-I
cnl Cnlturo, Drawing nnd al Music," by
Httn smith; general dlsousfioii.
lti't'iii'imx 10 (ill.Mif.Vri'.s,
(thru by tlin .llinlor (lis- of the High
The Junior cln-s 01 tho high school giv(
a reception to the grrtdualrs on Thursday
evening nt tho homo of Mls I tnnres Is -boll,
No, 211a North Plfth stteol Tho
rooms were beautifully de rtrated ami tho
IIITctent rlas colors weto hung In r.ice
fill folds on the wall An Megan! lunch
was served at n lllo hour Those preftit
of tho Junior class were Mlssos Atlle
I'esso, Ixltin MrCntnlh. Alma Mavson,
tltlldi l.undell. Ada RvT.irlr, l.lllle I.lis
Comb, rniiuie IJftv, Mnmle lirovvn, lllrdlo
Hall, Mnttlo llronner riora Jiitlil, Mntnlo
rrunh nnd Oiisslo Swoarlngen! Messrs,
Wlllard Nrvvtoti and Hnsea Cntinlo,
The members of (he graduating class
present wore! Mtrses Paulino Pllttnan,
Inex Wolfe, ,lolo Osborne, Ilea Ilradford,
Hollo Hlotlor Amy IVrdnn. lUlen Tlilelrn,
Hiiima llaWor. Maud C'ady nnd llttitim
retch; Messrs, Ormnud Kroh, lltnmot
o'llrlen, floorco llollngr nnd t'lind
Case, -flip fnetlllv of tho hlith school and
tho rlty nuperlntondent were guests of
HAiitiAS roui'tii cani:.
Charles faroy's Allurnov Working to (let
Hint liileiisnl I'roln Custody,
Attorney .7. A. Smith will lllo nn applica
tion for 11 wilt or hnbens corpus In tho
district rntirl lo.inonovv, asking for th-
rolenso of Chnrlos Carey, who Is now la tho
Mutiny Jill charged with tho murder of
.Initios Chine, Cniey was bound over bv
two dirrorrttt Justices to nwnlt trial In the
district court on the charge nf murder In
tho Hist degree, and neither Justice would
permit lilm to give bond Tho implication
for 11 wilt was prepared ostordnv moitilng,
unit the nttornov wont to Iho court house
ror the purpose ot prisontlng It lo tho
Judge. Ho found that Judge Aldoil was nut
of tho cltv. however, and ho will pieselit It
to-morrow In tlio npiillcnllnn bo claims
that his client Is Illegally restrained ot his
liberty, nml jdiould bo discharged from tho,
I Iroiiien Kept limy.
The flro depart ment wns kept busy ye.s
terd ly from about 3:W o'clock until 10
o'clock, running 10 smalt llres The Hrst
run was mndo to I1IS North l'ourteeiilh
street. This bl.Te wns extinguished with
n loss of nliotit JI0. At 1 "0 o'clock 11 mes
senger came to lire headquarters nnd told
them Hint S l Mnthr's house, corner of
Seventh street and Ann avenue, wns on
lite Tho bla?o was c.iuod by nn explosion
or a gasoline stove. The damage was
about (U Heforo the llremen left Mr
Mather's house they got an alarm to
go to 113 freeman nveinie. where tho
house of Charles (Inrdon wns set on tiro
bv n defecllvo Hue, but hoso company No.
;. which was stationed nt hoailntnrters,
responded to the nlarm nnd cvtlnguLshcd
the bh7c with a small loss.
Hverv family should have n Clark flro
extinguisher Hx-Chlef C R. St.aub, gen
eral ngent, GU Minnesota avenue.
drain Iimpei tor's l.tionse.
Tho Inspectors of tho Argentine board nf
trmlo will not bo allow nd lo Inspect grain
In this city after this unless thev pay 1 li
cense of ",0 n cni. Thoio hns boon un
nidlnnncp heio for some time, assessing n
license ngrilnst foreign Inspoetnis, but It
has nevoi been enfoicod City License In
Kpeotor Hhpv decided to enfotco It, nnd es
terday morning b" went to tho rallioad
auls nnd notlilod tho Aigenllne Inspi'otor
tint ho would have to pnv tho lleenso ni
milt work Tho Inspector did not have S-.'i
In his pocket but he gave the Inspector
insurances that ho would bring tho money
over to-mnriow nnd nay tho license He
was allowed to go with that understanding.
High I Ivn Club I'nli rliitni'il.
IMr and Mrs r. D. Hutchtngs onter
tnlnod the niPinbeis ot the Hdgerlon Place
Illgli rive Club at their homo. No L'KIT
North lTfth street last Thuii-dav evening
The ilub prizes, for the card game vvete
won bv Mr nnd Mrs Hdgar Oken nn 1
Miss Chin lot to Hutching won the guest's
prize Approprlato refn shim tits were
solved. Those present wore: Mr. and Mr-.
Prank T'litin.an Mi and Mrs Mai tin
Stewart. Mr mil Mis Hdgu- deep, Mr
nml Mrs William I'lslui Mr. and Mrs,
IMvvnrd Daniels, Mrs 1' Hutching
Mrs N A Wemplo, of Top"kn: .Misses
Clnrlott- Hiitohim.s, llo-o Slowntt, Paul
ine Plttman; Mcsif. Clcorfie Stewart and
Henry Stow art.
l'rntrlo 'luniislilp Aossini'lit.
Deputy Township ssessor Ceorgn Hnrk
er, of Prairie township, his complottd bis
work for this year and vesterday ho made
bis returns to tho countv- cleik. His lis.
sessment book shows tint there is JU,3v,
worth of persnnnl propi rty 111 Pi all Jo
township, Hgurcl at assessor's rates. This
shows an Incrnso of J-'i1l In assessment
of personal proportv of that township over
Hint of Inst v ir A cording to the report
there nro ST.". lioisis In the township, UU.
cows and olghtv -right mules There an
no sheep or goats There are also ton
goll watches, n-von silver watches and
six pianos in the township
I run llutler lllsi bnrgeil.
I.m nutlnr wns given n preliminary hear
ing vesterdny before United States Com
missioner Pnrv on the ch lrge of rounter
fi'ltlng After examining Fovoril wltnet-ses
the defend int was dlschargi-d. Duller was
arrested about three weeks ago nn the
chnige of complicity with 1 gnng of coun
terfeiters, who wore eaptur.d nt his board
ing house on Kansns nvmtie The men
who wero nrrestod are now In Jail awaiting
niuiii After Itlmklc.
Under Sheriff Steve March has gor to
Sprltigllold Mo . tn bring to this cliy n
crook named "lllaekle," who Is under nr
ret there, and who Is trvlng to gain his
freedom by hnbens corpus proceedings.
.in trti.irt' io n ,,.,! nf rfinronl. who was
sent to tho penitentiary for tin jenrs by
.Iitdgo Amleon for picking nn old col
ored man's poiket on a Missouri Paelllc
pnssenger train last winter.
No .Morn Illooluers.
niootnor.s, we arc Just out of, hut If ynu
are contemplating the purchase of a new
spring suit, wo can lit jou out In the latest
pule at honest pi lees. Wo do not ad
vertise $20 subs for 10, but wo uro pro
pared to meet the prices of our competitors
on the same nuallly of good. Call and
examine mr new stock before bulng
HA rtlttS CDOTHINC, COMPANY.
No. GOO Minnesota avenue.
Want to llcpilra Ilrlilgo.
The county commissioners yesterdny In
strnoted Commissioner Morrill to confer
with the Metropolitan Street Itnllvv ay Com
paiiv in relation 10 the repairing of the
Twelfth street bridge That stiiicture is
out of order nnd tho county board wants
the railway company to stand a portion of
the cost of repairing It.
Pill and llrokii Ills Arm.
The 11-year-old son of Nelson Johnson
fell from a stieet car nt Third street and
Minnesota avenue jesierday His right
arm was broken by the fall. Dr I.utz was
summoned and set tlm Injured arm, after
which the boy was taken to his home, at
Straw lints on Sale,
Wa have received our spring line of
gentlemen's straw hits and neckwear, nnd
Invite ou to call on us before purchasing
clsowhere. All ihe litest tdyks In hali.
and noveltv neckwear nt prices to Milt,
HLOMQUIsr HHOS , U.S Minnesota, ave.
Hunch of Hijs I ost,
Lost, a bunch of keys on ring with a
tag containing my name Itevvard. Iteturn
to Stephan Hayes, Argentine, Kas,
vVlll Meet 'lo-iiiiirroiv livening,
The Vetran company, Kansas National
fluards. will meet at Its armory. Fifth und
State avenue, to-morrow evening. All
active members are leituested to attend,
Ily order of Captain J. S. OIIer,
lti'iil Hutiile IruiKfers.
The following real estate transfers for
the past week furnished by W. Thomson
U Co. ubstructeis of title, Columbia build
ing. Kansas Cltj, Kas. Telephone 1341;
J. McUllllng 10 C. II. Harberj lot 17,
block 8, McAlplnu's addition, ti.00.
Hxecutors of estate of II. M. Northrup
(deceased) to U. K. Hosu; west W feet of
lots 23, 'H und -7. block 159, Nor t limp's
M. Schoonmaker et al to M. I. Dulln;
lot :i, block 3, Schoonmaker's first addi
M. J. Verbeskey to J. J. Ljnch; lot 12,
block G, Chelsea place, 11.600.
C. U. C. Vaughn to U. Maret; lot 1,
block 2, Scammon place, ft:5.
W. O. Sharpe to A. Hbcner; land In Ar
mourdalc. on Argentine boulevard, (400.
W. O Shurpe to A. I-'leltz; Und In same
place, J 100.
Mrs. I,. It. McCanu to C. U Jevvett; lot
13. block HI. Wyandotte city, JiOO.
W. Gamble to L. Lucas; lot 3, block 107,
The XCansaa Land Company, to A. B. .
1 Husscll, lot 1, blork J, Ilarncs' mtdlt.on,
?. .. ...
H M. C waiter to vv .1 1 Mniuer. 101
I, Idock I, rciirve of Kan-is pia 0, U a
C W, PIAoe to C W Tfb kotte. lanu in
I ...1, S .A,M.I.. I, Mr.WA OI tCl
seriiun 1, ii,vn-4ii ,11 "', - sv
J W, Purges to V Wnhlpr n, lot M,
ltusted Sr Horry's addition, li."
A. H. Watson l J. r .Mrdr. w, part of
lots 23 nnd 30, block 110. Wandotto city,
i M. Nlchol to W. H. Cushlng: lot Sir,
Wool slroot, JI,J. , ., ., .,
Hxocutots 0 estnto ot it. M. NorHir. i
Mfoortsffi) to n. Andfr'on; lol V, nnJ ,,
bio -k 171 Northrup's nddlllon. JMi) ,
It I' (ieljrer to J. M McnntLc, lot U,
block ii, Crescent Hill, WW. , . . . , ,
It P, Clintioe to J. Chance! lot J, I1I01 k
f., Armonrdnlo, iw) .....
.) A Alexander lo S fl. M K ", lot S?,
hlock 1, Coliurn's Hrst nddlllon, ,' )
I'socutor.s ot estate of It M Northrop
Moconsod) to J. Small, lots ' nn I ',
bliv k lflo. Northrup's nddltl.ui, Jl'l .
tl A Walker to It Wnlkor. Ids II ant
IS, block I7i, extension Northrup's tin,
Thoodorf Stromberc, ngetl S oars, nn t
Clara Plerson, aged fit years, both of this
cltv, vvrro granted a license to marry by
the probate Judge vostonlay.
Cream for straw berries; fresh cour'ry
Imttor trcelvod ilall) Hardens crtamctj,
Plfth ami Washington,
W'f hnvo no snap shots to offer thlt
week, but If oii hnv'o any repa'rlng tJ
ho done In tho Jewelry lino, bring It lo us.
We guarantee f,atlsra.-1inn. C 1 l.lli:
.1G Mlnnesola avenue.
Tho Union Terminal Hallway Company
yestcrd.av Hied a suit In tho district court
ncnlnst A. 1! Itose to iitilvt the tlllo to a
lot on Shnwmo avenue In Armourdale.
Xs Hngllsh brand has no canal.
In the common pleas court jestord.iy tlm
Jiirj In the j:,0O0 damage suit nf Cora Hoi
lovvny agilnst tho Metroiolltan Street
Itallwav Company returned a crdlct for
Mount Itros,' transfer; tel. west 31.
Prcd Turner nnd Htigeno Itohlnson e
terdav completed their duties assigned
them by City Asss0r IMrllngton nnd null.
Thev are both colored men nnd each on-r
performed hla duties In a satisfactory
The German society will open Urown
park to-day. An excellent programme hu
been nrrnnged for the occasion. It con
cists ot a concert, races and contests of
The lllimnno Society will moot next Prl.
day evening, May 17, at & p. in,, at V. M.
C. A. rooms,
It, L. Mntshman, Insurance. MO Minn. ave.
Wide Awake lodge No. IM, K. ot P.,
contemplates cnrrjlng off one ot the thron
prlns offered to lodges hnvlng tho largest
number ot mcmbeis In attendance nt tho
grand pnride In Hutchinson on Wednes
day, Iho d Inst.
ltev Hitgenla V. St John, pastor of Gor
don Placo church, left on last Thursday
night for Chicago, Pittsburg, Pa , Wash
ington. D. C, nnd lliiltlmnrc. Mil,, where
she will ntteud, next Tuesdnv tho annual
meeting of the I'oielgn Missionary Society
of which li" Is a member of tho board.
She will remain at tho sea shore several
weeks. If her health Improves.
Grubel's cream soda for family use
An cntertnlnment will be given under the
nusplcis of tho Woman's Auxiliary of St.
Paul's Jlptseopnl church, at tho Taber
nacle, on Thursday, May 16, commencing
nt S o'clock The proceeds ot Ibis enter
tainment will be applied on the church
Mrs Maggie Korns, of i;i,' Wood avenue,
leaves next Wodncsd ly for .Manitoba,
Cannda. to visit friends, hoping tho trip
may benellt her health
Mis J. L Slosson, ot 13.1.1 Michigan ave
nue, and her niece, Miss lse .Martin, of
J.0J Slate avenue, left Prlday night for
Mrs. H M. Kolnecker has returned
from a pleasant visit with her daughter,
Mis. S 1. Uralegnej, ot Lining, Kas.
Conductor J. 11. DavK of tho elevated
road, has nenily completed a line icsl
denco on Harnett avenue, between Dlghth
and Ninth streets
J. K Voorhet's, superintendent of tlm
Pitth street cable lino, bus resigned hid
position on account ot HI henlth,
Attorney Hen Honder'-on has returned
from a business trip to Topek.i.
Miss Daisy Vlckers will leave In .a, few
dnv for Chicago, to visit relatives,
Chailos Dnrward has re:iirncd from a
busliuss ttlp to ;(. Loul
Mrs K. L. lliowne an I mother, Mrs,
A C lirovvn, left last evening for I ell
xlow, Kas., to spend two weeks with .Mrs.
.r J S North, of Kansns Clt.v, Mo ,
Is In tlio oltv, spending a vvock with Mr,
.1. W. Knapp, of No. SW North Seventh
I'VIII.V PAC'II'K) SIHIP Mlll.
Thomas Stew. ltd, the engineer in ilio
engine 100111 at the L'nlon Pioltlc ja 1,
. lalnii to bo the oldest railroad m.11 1
the t'nlt.il Stilton In point of sirvl, e m
Stownnl was bom In Huglaml in l,l I
at tho ago of iars began rnllroal
Ills Hist woik wns to j tin n hhiIpo ,
engine, lie hns worked In nil ilppjrtmi dm
of lallrondlng, fiom making :i -01 mj i
luuning nu englm. lie bus kep. an a -curate
diary him o ho began i.iiroa.i.i;
and ills book sIiuwh homo Interesting iimi,
Hu has Hoiked on lallnads In ilnglnn
Primo, Spain. Austria, Germnnv mil on
country. During his entire setvloe in v
omploj of rail! on Is ho bus liev.r pal
pati'd In a single strike. l'oi se il
jeai he has been .superintend' lit .1 'no
engine room nt tho Cnlon P.i.HV join
mid In the liiture will oImi have .hniRo
ot a new engine loom, Just completed, and
also the Uro department slgnnls Hi 1 1
71 vcars of ago, but still h,alth mil
strong He vvoiks every day at his 110s .
lion. Mr, and Mrs. Steward I've in 0,
neat cottnge at 271 South Seventh stlee',
In this cltj.
Tho new engine room for the stationary
engine, which will furnish power for tho
cm depaitmi tit of the yards, is now al
most completed. It will be a gn it n
piovimeiit ovei the old engine room I'liu
new engine Is a 150 horse power of tho
Tho lire dipartment men now hive reg.
ular practice hours nnd are becoming , x
ports nt the business The dcpaitm lit
lias been Improved of late.
Uvtry department of the yards has been
busy during the last week, and a full
forco of men Is at work.
Switch engine No 1151 has been thor
oughly repaiied and luin.d out of the
Miss Klia lingers, sister or It A Rogers,
of the shops, Is quite 111 ut lur hoim
Joseph Sanders hns been off duty for
several das on amount of sickness.
It. A. llogers will go to Warrcnsbiirs,
Mo, to-day to play with the Department
llouso (truss. A good baseball club h.u
been organised among tho railroad boss.
McHALE & GO,
417 limn, is Ave.
: : Groceries
at Lowest Prices,
lioods delivered to
all parts of tueclty,
at Lovvsat Prices,
BOA Kauoai Ave,
THOS, B, DAILEY
4 to liiilisus Ave,
Our More la full ot
lloiili,, Mtoeu, Cloth
lug, IblU, l.i!
liooils, trunk uud
Villi. i's. Insptctour
block before buying
UndertnKcrd . .
at reasonable pi lent
Corner Pancard st. und
Kansas ave. 'l(Ll.x)
Open day and night,
j?:ini) IJ.V cash and
llo monthly, at 7 per
cent lulerest, AUo
freat bargain! lu
Money to Loan.
John T. Sims
All business transact,
ed promptly. Mar
Welsh lllocU, 1'ourtU
and Kansas uvuuue.
'x' .(. Ut
013 Lnui.il, Ave.
budileu I) 1 a 111 of A, J. l'reutou, mi Aged
tit Liu, ut Ills Home in lids
A. J. Preston, an aged citizen of thU
city, was found dead In bed ut his home,
No. CU South Fifth street, sestcrday.
Just after noon. Mr. Preston had been In
ill health for several months, but he wan
not considered in a serious condition. Just
after noon seaterday a woman who was
doing the housework went to Mr. Preston's
room to call him. She received no an
swer and opened the door and found him
dead. Mrs. Preston has also been sick
(or several weeks. Mr. Preston was 04
jears old and resided here for a number of
Continued on Vve 19.