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THE KAKSS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 15.
HELD BY O'FLAHERTY
contilutoiim oi i tiiti-ti..:t.tiotii
HUM) IN amim.i: ii.mi:.
BUT IT WAS NEVER APPROVED.
iic t.nritiM i hat r.iusi! i hi: rot .s
i lotin io i mm: Atim.v.
n Order ts'tird 1li.it ItcrPnflir All llnnilt
nf Iniitr-.U'tiiM Shiill ll I'ririitril
Dlrrit In llm I tuirtllli;
n Intorpstlnif stnt of nlTalr tva
1 ,k'i( out Rt .veiterdny' cwlon of
t. unfy court nt Independence rela
tive to tho flllnB of bonds by itontrncN
rn win have been avvnnlpil county
u irk, l-'tom the developments of
t id,i and the order of the county court
t ti hnitf future rne, It la very likely
tl it iiiron who desire to bid on couti
1 e ntr.u'ta will stand ininp .liovv not-wlilist-in
line the fact that they hove
i In n Initiated Into the mdlc rlnn
mi h Ins controlled this work hereto
hi n the county court convened yes
t.rdtv morning .1. M. Kntxmuler, who
3i h otllir on Ilnst Xlneteentli street,
nt pf ir- d and put an entirely different
pl.iFp n certain contracts which have
t n hanlnc lire by reason of the fact
th it .i suitable bond had not been pre
k .itt 1 the court. Mr. Katztnnlcr stated
t,. it Ii. was surpilsed to know that the
c rtl!n 1 check KlVcn by Contractor A.
"N S it had been conlNcateil by the
e un and turned Into the school fund,
wh n Hi' bond had been made out and
111. I with Count Siirvevor Flaheity
April 20 Mr. Scott, lir ild, expected to
pi on with tlie work, had reliable sIriii
tur s 1 1 his bond and was waiting iin
p itientlv In luive the onme approved.
After makliiB hl bond for the building
of stone abutments ae-rcm IJrush creek
he was called iw.iv suddenly to Okla
homa, Itefore lriivlriK, however, hu had
Instructed Katrmafcr to look after Ills
Interests and notify him tit once when
the bond was approved In order that he
might commence work at onee.
Mr K.itrmulir stated that he had
read In th Journal that the check had
b"en anniented, and he desired very
earp'Ml that Mr. Scott be treated fair
ly In the matter. Mr Katsirmilcr fur
ther stall d that after Ming the bond
with Suroyor OTIaherty he had called
eveiy day at the niirvcjoi-'s olllcc, with
the exception of Monday last. Kach
ttine he hud been axitued that the mat
ter would be attended to.
Monday last OTIaherty notified the
court that Scott had left town and that
the bondsmen were unknown. The
names signed to the bond which the
Mineyor had In his keeping were James
0 Mlnnear, A. V. Scott and V. S. Horn
nnd called for JL'.COO. Katzmaler had the
bondsrmn with him, and the "un
knowns" were qualified for $20,001), Mln
near was personally known to one of the
The county court at once lesclnded
the order confiscating Contractor Scott's
certified check, an 1 then Informed the
countj surv-or that hereafter all bonds
filed would be passed upon by the coun
t court and not by the surveyor. It
was also ordered that all bonds should
be (Ued with the county court, and not
with the county surveyor. After being
v enlightened as to this bond the couit
put off acting upon the I31ue Spilngs
io-id contract In order to nhceitaln
whether or not the contractor had been
prrperly notlllcd to have his bondsmen
Surcor OTIaherty presented the
cMirt w-Uli an estimate for work done on
the Hickman Mills road The estimate
i Hied for 3I.317.2J. payable to Contractor
J on MiMoney. The- estimate and the
in .n-y as well vv.-ie hHd up by the
court Judge Stone said "This con
tia"t ought to have In on finished .Tnn-uat-v
1 Since that time the county has
1 n out extra oxpi nse for road in
Mir t rs Thlh amount will have to bo
deduct ,1 fiom the contract. I also move
that th. whole matter be referr. d to the
imiv ('iinhelor, eontiact and all. Jlat
( iia, been brought to my attention
i' h il niand a rigid Invi stigatlon."
This (ausid n sensation with the other
Jiiig-s ,ind, ofter some hesitation,
Jutig. Stone's motion carried.
The Jli lemnn Mills road has so far
est th,- county SJO.000, besides subscrlp
ii i"! fr mi taxpayers along the road
Slv rtlv , if t nr the letting of the contracts
b ''i 11 county court charges were
ma I th n the original contract had
1 t, ,oi 1. d to by sub-contracts to the
urn unt of an additional $7,000. Why
ii, is w is done has been one of the mys
ieri s in connection with the contract
w rk 'f Jackson county Judge Latimer,
wh was a member of the old county
art -uted that he did not know what
n-m-it. 1 his colleagues In having the
c.rornt r. ferred to th county coun
sel .r He was aware that a sub-con-trn't
hul been made. Hut he was not
to the hem h at the time. He clalmfd,
in w ier that If such a sub-contract
h d l , n made he had no hand tn the
nt.r He said that Judges Ilenn and
Murr.nv h id a perfect right to transact
I iiini --s while be was off the bench, but
wis tut aware that they, too, were In
Ign .ran. ,. of the alleged sub-contract.
Julsi Stone stated yesterday that he
dl 1 n t care to give Ills reasons why
ihe original contract was referred until
the rn itt r was fully In the hands of the
t unty attorney L II. Waters. He un
dent mi that theie had been a leak.nfe
. f b- n .".00a and S7,nflo in the bulld-ine-
. f thf road, and understood that
cc rti n siib-contraets had beet) let by
the old c .unty court In connection with
the building of the road. He was not
aware of the caus.s leading up to sub
cc nirart work, but had been informed
that ex-Judges Henn and Muiphywere
Ignorant of the facts In the case. If the
ptoplt's money bad been squandered, he
Halt! the matter would receive prompt
Di.lth tilld rilliciaW.
The funeral of Kdna Hunts, ased 2 years,
who die I Tuesday at tl e hnini of her pur
en's rf diphtheria, as held )terda at
the home, llurial wa In KlniwBod ceme
tery The ftini-ral of Mrs Mary Mcllrlcn, of
J' Kansas avenue, who Ulsd suddtnlj of
(ipo; Wy Tuesdny nlcht, will take place
tt afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Church
of tlK HjI- Nauif. Ilurlal will be In the
Un' r 'rui-ler vault.
Mrs I. Slmtnonds iiutd 73. died Wednei.
dil nltfht al her hunie, 2212 Esst I3ih
tertith street. The cause of death iw
c', n-.-f. Thti funeial a at the home (..
Krl'i at 3 p m, Ilurlal uau madv in
Farn e C. Miller, wife of K. N'. Miller, of
?. 1 simrt "trfet, died Tuesday at her
h mr Ik -eased was 3) ears of a.a. The
rma'ns wire taken laat night to Mqrri
e - 'l . for burial.
T fonfral of the child of Mr. and Mrs.
I, t I. trlish took plate jcnterday, the
f ''tr basing arriea from Me.Uo. The
r t'hy of the older citizen with the
it t has been ery touildnKly shown
) tie r 'listree. ilr I.adUli Is a dauxh-
r of Hon M. J. I '.one, hy hli lirst
t t , was Marie Adeline l'riidhotnuw,
. f the old Fruuh faoulles that were
.rr Pcfur. the city was. She dletj In No-
ml r, 1SX !eultiir four (hlldren, Mrs.
I i i h and three sons, all residents of the
i Mr I'ayne was married to his pre.
it' wil, u inufct estimable and liiiia.
) ' ' ' lady, about three ear ago She
w torn and brought up in the South,
h r futh r being a suiar planter of Ioi is.
na At the time of her marrlafce to Mr
I'ajne, she wua the widow of Mr John
Chamberlain, a prominent railroad taaii
Mr. Wood Is Wuiitid.
Will the Mr Woods who recently worked
for the Journal In securing testimonial!
from persons who hue used Kirk a "Jlaln
Water Maker" please call at tbu Journal
A CERTAIN CURE FOR PILES,
A New 1'n pintlnii, ife. I alnle", tontcn-
lent nnd l.iitltlg I nr, for lids
1 ronlili oiiii' lli.ie.
We do not Intend to Indorse any except
articles of real mi rli e ther T3re take
pleasure In calling attention to a new pile
cure whleh has been remtrkably successful
In curing ocrj form of llehlng, blfeillng or
protruding piles. The remedy Is known as
the Pyramid I'll Cure nnd Is recommended
by the best medical authorities on account
of Its absolute enfetv, ene of application
and Instant relict from pur.
The l'jrnmld l'lle t'tire contains no
rpltim or other pdscti inl dns lot Inter
fen with dally on up illott n hll-nsllig, Peo
ple who believed nothlnit but . surgical op.
erfttlon would cure I'um have been nston-
lhed at the results from a single CO cent
package of the l'vramld.
Mrs. Maty C. Tyler, of Henpner, Ore.,
wrltts: One packnite of Pyramll Pile Cure
entirely cured me of piles finm which I
have stilTeted for years, and I have netcr
had the slluhtest return nf them since.
Mr. K O'llrlen. Itock llhirfs, .Veb., says
The package of Pjrunld Pile Cure entirely
removed every trace nf Itching piles. 1
cannot thank sou enough for it.
The Pjrunld Pile Cure Is sold by all
druggists at iiO eitits and II per package.
Trntle on caue nnd cure of piles
mailed rree by addressing l'jramld Co.,
im.ixm ion t:o.Mi:sr caii.x.
Hate linn I'ul Our to the Oi tuber lrrin
or the t In tilt I'niirt.
Alt the arlous contested election cases
were assigned for hearing In Judge Slo
ver's diUslon of the circuit court yester
day. The lawyers for the Democrats
maintained that none of the recounts hud
been completed and that therefore the
only thing to be done was to postpone
the hearing until the October term of
court. The nltornejs on the other side
Insisted that If a continuance was desired
by the Hemocrnts they must tile a for
mal application for such colitintinnce. This
was a step to compel the Domoirnts to
show their hand, In.isniUKh as such nn ap
plication must show what the applicants
inf-nd to proe bj a recount.
Recorder Arnold said, in response to n
qurry from Judge Slow r, that he had
been working sttdllv at the recount and
had o far oiiIn (onipbttd the recount Im
the Slnnn-Keshlenr conbst. Judge Slover
thereupon announced thu he would not
Interiupt th'1 recount, ant o would not
hear the com- until all th, recounts were
.ompleted. Thus the matte r practlcu!J
goes oer until the October term of the
A 1. 1, 'i hi: itci'intii Mir js.
Yesteriliy Stus the I.nt I) iy Allimnl for
roriiarillug Iikoiik Tux iteturii.
May 13 was the time fixed by the de
partment at Washington when revenue col
lectors were expected to submit all the
Income tax returns None of the districts
In the country Is expected to be able to
comply with the order for the reason that
the supreme court decWIon upact the whole
matter and made It necessary to hae
many of the returns sent back for cor
lection. In this district Mr. Webster Withers
was not nhli to end awiy his final pipers
nor will he be able to for a week, lie had
at least thiee-fourths of them forwarded
to Washington weeks ago. Of the re
maining quarter about half are in the oillce
and the others nn out in the district foi
coirectlon. liming been returned to the
parties to lmu deductions made and cor
rectlons made in the footings. Manv peo
ple are can less in returning the papers
the second time and It will take time to
get them hack to the oillce, so thev can
be forwarded to headquarters. Mr. With
ers and his deputies are yury anxious to
have the matter closed up nnd off their
Vll'IOKI.V'S Hilt IIIOAV.
Arriingi incuts Are Itrlng Mulo fur a
Collide (Ylet)l jitliiu.
The arrangements being made by the
Hrltlsh-Amerlcnns for the celebration of
the queen's birthday are progressing rap.
Idly. Inquiries about the celebration have
been pouring In upon Vice Consul Dtir
rough at a great rate, most of them being
from Americans. Vice Consul Iiurrough
lias telegraphed to N'ew York for a. num
ber of appropriate decorations, such as
the coat-of-arms of the rojal family, En
glish bunting and other decorations not
obtainable here. The musical programme
is to be a ery fine one, consisting of I'n
gllsli, Irish, Scotch and Welh national
nlrs. The i elebratlon Is In the hands of
Hrltish-Amerlcans altogether. It is un
derstood the Acidemy of Music will pre
sent a very beautiful appearance when the
decoration rommlttee has completed Its
work. At the rear of the stage will be a
large picture of Vletorla. from the latest
photograph, draped with Itrltish and Amer
ican lings Then there will be emblems
setting forth the j.ars of her reign and
the principal , nts In it. The entire
room will be nblase with flags.
l'Ol 11 1C I'AM'HHts,
They Will Hold ll Muting 111 the Interim,,
of the Comlll;; Miou.
There Is to be a inas meeting of poultry
fanciers at the Midland hotel Monday ev
ening to discuss matters connect! d with
the poultry Industry In and near the city.
It Is to be held, as others of a like nature
will be, to awaken greater general Interest
In the Industry and thus make greater and
more successful the show of the Mid-Con-tlnental
Poultry Association that Is to bo
held hire next fall. The directors of the
association are making greater efforts
lhan ever to have the departim nts of the
show the most complete and full eer seen
in the West. Already entries are being
made and a laigi number of them are
coming from Cnnada. The mimcirs hope
to awaken a larger puh'lc Inteust and
encourage the fanciers of the city In their
li:ri,IM.s 'IO TALK.
Mrs, dull i King liefu-.es to 'ny tl by .Shu
Attempted lit (Olillillt -llli'lde,
The Ideality of tho woman who attempt
ed suicide at the Centropolls hotel Mon
day night by turning on the gas. htlll re
mains a secret. She Is at the city hos
piial and refuses to make any stateinfiit
us to her antecedents. The only reply
she will gho when questioned Is that
her nnmo Is .Mrs. Julia King. On all ques
tions pertaining to the oauses leading up
to the attempted suicide, she maintains u
stubborn silence. To-day she will be well
enough to leave tho hospital The attend
ants foar she will repeat ihe attempt at
sulcldo on the llrst opportunity.
Wants the Hi id -it Aside,
There were two suits filed in the circuit
court i-sterduy to sit aside the duds by
which ei tain valuable Kansas City lands
htephen C and Alexander Ragun mado
two dueds of trust to Waller J Jiales io
secuiu tne pal meat of debts URgri gating
Jllwrt comeylng seiun certain luts in
Karnes i i:s" addition to Kansas City.
The lots weru sold at trustees' sales, the
Granite State Insurance Company pun has.
Ing two and the Portsmouth J-'Ire Aaoela.
The Messrs, Itagmi now seek. In suits
tiled against the two cornpinlts. and
Thomas II Priest, who In Pi the claims
which the trust deeds were gen to se.-ure.
to hae the deeds set aside on Ihe gruurd
that the sale Has irregular and that cei
taln parlies who desin d to bid on the
property were nut eriiillt-d to do wj,
M ill l.etiir ll.ir'l. r.
Assistant Postmaster Seidliu stated yes.
terday that the recent change of time In
the leaving of the fast mall train un the
Missouri Paclllc road for the I.'ast at night
had caused many annoyames tu the bust.
ness men in the handling or the mail For
a long time the train hies left at a SO and
mall could be handled up to 0 o'clock but
since the train leaves half an hour earlier
It makes il necessur) to have the mall
made up Just that length of tune earlier.
i,e.iW.la ".J to he Important llastem
mall left at the oltue as early as possible
The late amount left f s0 hi my that It
can only with great effort be handled.
lte mall must go In a roundabout direc
tion unless left In time for the last mull.
Ml lltllleit us 'l)lH(iht) hilly.
The body of the man killed by a Chlcaco
& Alton paseenge-r train at the Grand ae
nue crossing was ideniiihd yesterday by
Thomas Allen, living at W7 Cedar street.
The unfortunate man's name was Timothy
Kelly and he formerly lived at Crvstal
Luke, 111. Kelly also had a brother at Nun
da. III. Telegrams have been sent by the
coroner to both places and the remains
will not bo burled until answers are re
PRESIDENT HUHENSCHUH HERE,
Head of the Nation tt Org-inlntlon nf
t'titieril Dlrirtors In linnni t lly
The eecon 1 day's session of the MIourl
Vuncrat blrc tors' Asoclflion, which l
now holding it eighth annual convention
In Ihls city, was called to order protnp'ls
nt 9..0 o'cloi k esterday morning. The ses.
slon was held, as on the previous day, In
Tacoma hall, 13H Grand avenue.
Congressman John C. Tarney, who wa
to have been present to make an address,
failed to put In an appearance, but sent a
promise Io appear liefore th convention at
a lntir dnU W. P. Hohen'chuli, of Iowa
City, In , prcldent of the National Asoca
tlon, wns present and made an ndnre
He wns Intro In -r I to the as-oclntlon by
President Ilermrs. of the Mboun Aocn
tlon. In li J adlrrsf Mr Ilohfnschuh snld
that the Missouri Association convention
now In rfilon wns the Inritisi he had at
tended an.vwlnre In the failed States. He
extended a cordial Invpntlon to the con
vention to be present at the next rmeting
of the Natlontl Association, which will 1m
held In Atlanta. Ofl October 2 and 3 He
congratulated the members of the associa
tion of Missouri on the recent liberal and;
protective statute pned in the Interests
of the profession. According to tx resolu
tion passed by the nsoclallon, nn luvlt-t-
pnnsmnNT w. r. liottnxscurH.
Hon wns ent to Senator Goodykoontz, re
questing him to come to Kansas City nnd
address the convention here assembled. The
Imitation was sent by telegt.tph. Ills ex
penses will be paid bv the association. It
was Inrgelv through Senator Goodvkoontx
t h it the reec at statute atTeitlng embilnurs
and uiuli rtnkers -ivas pas'-.d A resolution
was unanimously passed, offering a vote of
thanks to Senator Goolvkoontr for hi"
labors In Its behalf, and the executive com
mittee was Instructed to present the senator
with n suitable souvenir ns a more earnest
epres!on of the gratitude of the Missouri
runer.il PIrectors' Aoclitlon.
The Invitation of the Abernathy Furni
ture Company and the Kansas City I'ur
nlttite nnd Coflln Compnnv, to nttend the
Grand theater, was accepted and the meet
ing was adjourned till 2 p m
The afternoon esloii was devoted exclu
sively to the lecture given by W. P. Ilohen
sehuh, president of the National Associa
tion In the lecture he expl lined how In
fectious dleases could b" hnndbd without
permitting them to spnnl He treated sep
arattly tutierculosts, eholera, diseases of
the blood, lungs, liver and kidneys He
favored chloride of mercury as a disinfect
ant and did not like to ii"e gas or sulphur
for thee purpose. He believes In arterial
injection of iluid ns the best method for
embalming. To determine If a cadaver was
tcallv dead he suggested several methods
If the pupil of the eye ran be dilated by
means of a light. If the lleh can be blis
tered by contact with a llame; if an Incision
causes a flow of blood. If a linger tightly
bound with a cord shows congestion, the
cadaver Is not really dead. The best meth
od of determining If the life Is extinct is
to await the signs of decomposition, but
the other methods tuny be used In cases
where it Is Impossible to delay burial long
enough to determine death by the latter
The business of the dnv closed with an
executive session. The following new mem
bers were received into the association:
J. r. Sutton Kansas nty: A. G. Gehrig,
mndor; G. V,: Thl-tle. Odessa; W. J.
Wanrdey. Louisiana, I: C. XNctivvItz. Cal
ifornia. II. W. and Mary L Gates, Itose
dale, Kas.j M. Y. Itusk Hrooklleld; C. O.
Havertteln, Cameron: Itunnenburger I?ro.
& Co., Hairlsonvllle; T H. Smith. New
Vranklin- W. I. Slouch. Galena, Kas.;
P. M. Walker. Marshall, I! P. Mls-en-baugh.
Uravmer: John P Lynott. Louis
iana, James F. .Speed Liberty; J. W. Six
ton. Leavenworth K is II. A. Lou-an,
Lathron: A J. Itequa Port ''cott. Kas,;
Julius Winkler. Lex ng'on, J C McLaugh
lin, Sedalla; John A. Lake, Louisiana.
FAIR MOUNT PARK.
Musle of the Mirtw i.v 1'liUinro to tin IEi
produml by tlm third Keglment
The attractions at Falrmount park this
coming Sunday have ncr been eqiyiled
In the history of this popular park.
In the afternoon and evening tho Third
Ueglment band will produce for the first
time in America all the original music of
tho famous Midway Plalsance, as Intro
duced in Mr. II. O Wheeler's, new com
position, entitled "Scenes on tho Mid
way." Mr. Wheeler spent three weeks at the
world's fair, carefully annotating the
original music of the various theaters
and villages, as well as taking notes on th..
Instruments and beeoming familiar with
the peculiar rhythms.
Ills new piece will Introduce the music
of old Vienna, the streets of Cairo, danc
ing girls, Persian theaters, Dahoixiey vil
lage, Swiss village, Chinese theater, Irish
village and Turkish theater, together with
the weird chants of the Dervishes and
the Dahomeyans. The original Instru
ments will be usod In producing tho mu
sic. In the afternoon also. Paul Alexander
Johnstone, the famous mind reader, will
undertake a feat never before nttempted
by anyone Illlndfolded and unaided, ex
cept by the thoughts of n committee of
prominent citizens, he will undertake to
dive to the bottom of the lake and find
a slender needle previously thrown Into
the lake bv the committee
It has always been a question whether
or not mind could work through water on
another mind, but Mr. Johnstono expects
to put It to actual test. He Is conildent
The Third Iteglment band of thlrtv pieces
under the direction of Mr, H. O. Wheeler
will give the regular Thursday afternoon
and evening concerts.
,n Opi ii l.i to r.
Missouri State ':
; Christian Hndeavor :
Kansas City, Mo..
May 11, JkDJ.
To all Missouri Lnde.ivorers:
To tireveiit delays and mistakes in order
ing IP kets tor the trip to tho lioston con
viution, I deem it necessary to Inform you
ollicdally thai jour state transportation
committee has designated "The lllg Four"
route und Its connections as the "official
roup" by which the "otllclal trains" of
the Missouri Christian Hndiavor Union. Y.
P S. I'. I' will be run from St. Louis to
fusion. No "olliclal trains" will be run
fiom St Louis to Hoston by any other
route. Mr W. II. McClain, of St. Louis,
hiving resigned from the transportation
ommlttee, will have nothing to do this
year with ihe arrangements or the sale of
tickets for the "olliclal trains" from St.
Louis to Hoston, und all communications
regarding payment for tickets, sleeping
cars-, hotel m oinniodutloiis. etc., for the
"otllil.il truln-" should be addressed to the
following sintleini n, who have been op
pointed agents for the statu tiansportatlon
Thomas Jom s, transportation hendquar
ters, room M'J, New York Life building,
Kansas City. Mo. I U, lilldersleeve,
southwest i omer itroudway and Chestnut
street, St. Louis, Mo
I respectfully suggest that all Missouri
Hndeavoreis latlfy iho action of their
transportation ' ommlttee, and go In a, body
on tile "ullli lal trains" of the Itlg Four
ionic, from Si Louis to Hoston via Cleve.
land, Nlaaara Falls, Saratoga Springs and
Albany. Very truly youis,
State Prislduit Missoml C K. Union,
'I w, lie ( urs of Whi.it,
Hon, J. M Itobblns, mayor of Kverest,
Kas., arrived In this city last evening with
u special tiulu of twelve cars of wheat.
The train Is the second special one that
has come out of Kverest for this city dur
ing the spring and is quite nn advertise
ment for that lively city. The farmers
near that la e atill have u large amount
of wheat f r ale. but are holding It for a
time, hoping fur better prices (n tho near
future. The twelve cois will go on tho
market here this, morning.
ItriBsumii Cutu Cuulluutil.
William Hrcrnan was arraigned before
Justice Wlthrow yestuday on u charge of
felonious a-sault preferred against him by
Mollie Moore She alleges that liressman
alternated to kill her with a razor on tho
night of February 10. Hressman's attorney
failed to appear and the case wcu con
tinued until May la.
Tky Arc Legion in Kan
AIjIj llubUllUO UllVliuH.
2,671 Packages of Kirk's Rain
Water Maker Sold Yester
day by tho Grocery
The wonderful success thai has attended
the Introduction of Kirk's Itnln Water
Maker Is unprecedented In the history of
Katins City. Think of it! twenty-six hun
dred nnd seventy-one packages sold In one
The merchant, the professional man, tho
mechanic and he who earns his bread by
the sweat of his brow, one and all Indorse
Kirk's latest nnd greatest discovery, ahd
Kirk's Itnln Water Maker may be Justlv
termed the great universal preparation for
propel ly preparing water for all washing
mi:, in: intAir, hahhwahi:
Merchant, till Mnln vtreet, (Jives Kirk n
Mngtillli cut Indorsement,
In nn Interview with a repoiter a few
days since Mr. Dp Graff said, "Mr wife Is
delighted with 'Hum Water Maker;' we
have been using It In our family over since
we llrst heard of it for nil washing pur
poses, the bath, general kitchen work and
the laundry. It makei the water soft and
swiet to bathe In, takes less labor for
wa-hlng the dishes and as for linens, it
makes them oft nn I as white ns ? now.
The bluing did not furdle one particle In
the water, and, remarkable as It may
si em, the Hamuli u bit it Is slmtily ole
(.ant, and 1 iecoininend tt most heartily.
Tlll. IS WHAT A l,At'MJIli:S HAS TO
s.iy After IboroiiKbly Toting "Italn
I have used Main Water Maker for wash
ing linens, tlaunels and colored clothing.
I tind It does what Kirk claims It to do;
the colored clothing washed did not run a
particle; the tl.iuneis came from the laun
dry soft and llcecy, and did not shrink one
particle; the linens came out simply per
fectly, and I used less soap thnn ever be
fore. I am recommending It to my neigh
bors and 1 shall most certainly continue to
Is tho water you wash with hard7 Would
;ou like it made soft, pliable and velvety?
Does your bluing ever curdle In the w.iter7
Ho your woolens and flannels shrink when
washed? Are you willing to spend 2."c In
an entirely haimless preparation th.it is
absolutely guaranteed to overcome all
these objectionable features? If so, step
into your nearest dealer's and ask for a
2-pound package of James S Kirk & Co.'s
Haiti Water Maker. All grocers sell It.
.Mrs. Anna Simmons, of South Dakota, Ad
llrCHhes tin I.oc-ll Society,
Mrs. Anna Simmons, of South Dakota,
addressed the ladles of the local Hqual
Suffrage Association at the club rooms of
the Coates House yesterday afternoon.
Her address was devoted largely to a his
torical account of the work done In Wyom
ing and the beneficent results nnd better
moral conditions that have obtained In
consequence. She Is a very Interesting
and pleasant speaker. Her address has no
sarcastic ldlectlons on the wickedness of
mankind nor attacks on ttsse who oppose
the sultrngc plan. She Is plain, logical ana
entertaining, full of Interesting anecdotes
and strong applications for the advance
ment of the reform and holds out the Idea
of the elevation of the race as one of the
strong points In favor of the enfranchise
ment of women. She goes to Albany, Mo ,
this nfiernoon and will spend a few weeks
In tho state and return next fall for two
The local association pledged !"" for the
advancement of national work. Mrs.
Chapman-C'.itt, of New York, Is coming to
the city soon to lecture.
Mlirrl igc T.lci uses Insucd.
The following couples wore yesterday
eent-ed to vied:
George 13. Sprulll, Jackson county. Mo.
Annie i,ov e, jonnson county, leas..
Lewis H. Weaver. Kansas City. Kas...
Florence llogan, Kansas city, mo
Augustus V. Whltbeck, Ilrooklyn N. Y
Sarah Steele, Kunsas City, Mo
c. 12. Iienham, Kansas City, Mo
Grace Smith, Kansas City. Mo
Walter 11. Vnugh, Andnn-on county
Florence Itichtnond, Kansas City, Mo.
William A Darker, Kansas City, Mo..
Lillian I). Graves, Kansas City, Mo...
Grant Jackson, Kansas City, Mo
Mary Hrown, Kansas City, Mo
Krnest A. Grote, Ilrooklyn, N. Y
Lizzie Mumm.i, Kansas City, Mo
Isaac Pyle, Kansas City, Mo
Jennie Ifeyinhen, Kansas City, Mo.,..
William lluiger, Kansas City, Mo
Margaret May Whitney, Uuckner, Mo
The follovvlnc deaths wero reported to
the board of health yesterday;
Simmons, Llnd; 71 years;- 2212 Hast
Eighteenth street; May 11; cerebral htm
onh.ige; burial In Union cemetery
Uolan, Hrldget; C2 jtars; f.30 Coy street,
Kansas City, Kas.; May 13: general de
bility ; burial In Mount St. Mary'h ceme
Fay, Anna; 23 years; Dallas, Tex.; May
13; consumption; burial In Mount St.
Sparks. Hdna; 2 years; 211 Hast Tenth
street; May H. diphtheria; burial In I2Im
Shaw, John, 4S years; Joplln, Mo.; May
II: suicide; burial in Union cemetery.
McDreen, Mrs. Ann; 57 years; Jsui 12ast
Eighteenth street; May II; apoplexy; burial
In Mount St, Mary's cemutery.
lllrtlis Iti ported.
The following births were reported to
the board of health yesterday:
Vance, Geoige T. and L. M.J boy; &M1
Hast Ninth street; .May C.
Henry, It. I), and 12va D,; boy; Hast
bottoms: May 10.
Isltt, Thomas and Jessie; boy; 2013 Sum
mit street; May 15.
Itubers. Jacob and Itosu; girl; C13 Locust
street, May 15.
Hludgett, Harry and Inez; girl; 1010 East
Fourteenth street; May 11.
Wright W. and Marys girl; lC12'i Wash
ington street; .May It.
Doerr, Josph und Lizzie; boy; 2111 Camp
bell street; May H,
Grand .lury Work.
Tho grand Jury met yesterday morning
and continued the eNnnunatlon of witness
es In the Etue murder case. ll. L Inter
reported that he was too 111 to act In his
capacity and II F. Coombi was summoned
to take his place.
The case of William Holt and William
liiassllcld, charged with robbing n Wa
bash fn Ight car of several barrels of
sugar, was investigated and a number nf
witnesses examined, Including the special
The witnesses In the case against William
Cole, for stealing biass mountings from
the Chicago A: Alton railroad, were called
and examined by the Jury. True bills were
returned again-.; the defendants In both the
'I ho Wounded 'I rump.
Thomas Henry, the tramp accidentally
shot by It, H Luther, at Ash Grove, Mo.,
last Friday morning, Is Improving rapidly
at Mercy hospital In Fort Scott and no se
rious results are anticipated fiom the
wound. He was able to walk lust night
and unless blood poisoning sets In he will
feuiely recover. Yesterday the tramp made
aflldavlt wholly exonerating Mr, Luther
from all blame- In the matter and will not
attempt to recover damages from Mr.
Luther or prosecute him. There were
eight other tramps In the car with him
when the accident occurred.
I Iquura lot Hausas.
Chipped dan, In secure packages by
aEOilGil EYSSELL. Druggist
OBBOiHo waiting room. Union depot.
If thc.ro is any place on earth
where you can be suited in a
suit of clothes, it is surely at
Nicoll the Tailor's.
We have over 3,000 entirely
new, beautiful and low tariff
1S95 fabrics, and our prices
are within the reach of all.
Suits to order, $15 to $50.
Overcoats about the same (do-
pciuls on lltilngi )
Trousers to order, $4 to 14.
We. have had fifty years' ex
perience in clothes making-,
and it is our constant aim to
turn this experience to an
increased trade rather than
an increased profit. Hence
our low prices for well-made
Corner 9th and ft3ain
DtsMoists. -ss-w-s. Pittsburg.
Washington. N'ew York. Indianapolis.
k'ANSSClTY. SNfRVNCISCO. MINNEAPOLIS.
HartiORu. Portland. Ore. LosAngeles.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
I THEREALPAINLESS DEUTjaiE
Over 200 Teotii Extracted Daily. X0
1'AI.N OR DA.NOKU. Ai'tiikial Teeth
wnrraiiteil to Fit Perfectly. Decaye I
ami acliinir teeth, it worth it, tilled utiJ
725 MAW STREET
ALTMAN. KAULBACH& CO, Props.
Oldest and Original
Ja- VlWjtvK . T- A X 71
io West Ninth St. , Kansas City.Mo.
Lraitinc arm Siirrestiil "ineci nut ill lllojt
Neivoua and Urinary Dl.e.ises.
M.itvm; in mi. uv, wtm n, uiaur
Cloornjr lynilionii., eured
I.iim V'li.vi.iiv permanently restore!.
svi'llll.tsiurril inrllfo vvltliout mercury
LUINAItV lil-i:.v.l.-, cured quickly am
Wiii.'.N ALL l)l'llt:iii r, 1 1. consult Dr IL
J Whiuler aiidieeelv-o toe ciudld opinion ot i
jiliyalcUn of rxpi'rieace, uulll and Integrity Nj
promises nudo ibal eannol be lullills L
.viliiioi.m.i lurnUlHd at binull cost, aut
cent any" hero tcaled. Trcauunt LVLU
hi. NT ', O. II.
I'llKi: ronsultatlon and urinary aqilysls.
Gill ML' to healih and inergonclm, ealJ,
u-L-JiJ loriiieni tuiiin. Ulinlca i'rot.
Call or address tu conuunc
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
10 We. I MutliSt.,
KA.V4 II'V, 5IO
Trati all funns tf
TJIE OIL THAT I.DIIItlRATLS BIOSiT 14
61 ILL MA.MJrACTLlltH 11V
VflGUUM OIL GO.
Ilut to buy tt-and you n til get H la 111
orlKlual jucUies-su to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
1ENT AND AWNING CO.
Avvulnss of all kinds. Tents ot
all l.mds. Flags, l'aullus. Coy.
erof alljiluj bead lor prices.
IIM WfchT I1IGI1TII ST.
The Journal deliv
ered at your door for
10 cents a week.
al n wil Bill 1 S 8L
n u i
irregularities. Their equal as
.!-.... I r 1. .. - ......
as inoiisaiius 01 nappy wuiuuu,
o the land can testily. 1'rcpareci oy me worm rmiuwimu .in
famous French physician and surgeon, Dr. Do Lap. of Pari
Price, 51 box; 0 boxes, $5.
uruggisis ana v-nennsis,
1 107 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo,
Sole agents for the United States. Mail orders promptly
103 and 104 West
1, niuiii.lv , v....
pTtiefienert nrn Imnnrtnttt.
Seminal Weakness and
used Ideas t
murtlinnit. .t t
., i.r.1,1 tiAtrrr. pi-.hini tind fctrenclhen VlCul:
tttrmd! Mithorlied br tho Stain to treat CIIRO.tIC, NHV0USm4 srtriAL OISCASCS. Cures
lr-i?4rt aiiii?ecit or in icy i" nded. All uc'lclnci f urtil lied rejdv lor ti-e. No ileum
icrrwliere.ircolrotni.-aiO or or nun-e. ii - . ""-,". ,7,-, ,,;- ., 'rnnn.
state vi urcaioauubcuuior icrmu. iumui ..
ses. tilojilM nnd blotches on tho face. ruucs 01 1100.1 10 nca.i. i. ..us . ''"",
i,wi fr.rfrtfnin, cs iiftshfulness nversinii to hoci y, los of Hcxuiil power, 1053 01
!W.mETfnf? ?fc'3,I enan ', don " nUrht .losses. rest- fo lo-t sexual .ovror. restore ncrro
Syphilis, JjSWJSXftrlStricturc ; KaBiSMiSSl
d. Wood Potsonlnr? Sltla l)lrac.. Ulcers, sounds. No m!n, 10 closure. Patient con
Swellings. Sores, UrmorrhirinndUlcut, and all iisqtlic trcitmcnt nUiomc. ,,.,,.,,
forms o.Prlrato' Diseases positively cured or RleUmatism jSfc?natl du'ro'l
. m - n- ,,.. .-.ses cirnt4. flirt P. riMm prprili st lirmerv in liio
liOOlC ""?, u,r,ccefl. fAMr.Vr io. of innnfi ofiVrttetaP. "Oi. MdrtiRUrfl ?
ml In tilnm vrr.snni
little book nud answer Hat of questions,
PrnG JWiiceuin of Anatomv
dlcncs, UioefTccts nnd cure, cent seal- iow noses rrmuvi; m..;. .. ". i-m ." iiji . s
F r-itiriM . 111 niuut - .,.... .rf
llfe-lllto models anil wax flpurcs deerly Impress tho ralndi-a kcLool of ln-j Sjndayt 10 io 12.
tfTSSSOTVw"!. .rttalfc nhlch I m form tor .M. tf that I cnot era
,1. K. IIUIIMIAII,
" I co lr"hloiit.
METROPOLITAN national bank,
Deposits May 1, lil'Jl, S2. 625, 12.63, Deposits Mnj-1, 1895, 52.110!), 123.35.
i vv. i:. nun.
J W. C. (llass,
) . A. l'in;ley,
J. II. Wiles,
Wcsnllclt accounts of IlanUs. Hankers, Corporations, Klrnis, Mei chants and Individuals, and will
be k'lad to meet or correspoud vv ll Ii those contemplating making ch.uiRes or opening now accounts
'Phone fjg L,U
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
ASK FOR A
AHMMM1rAl " TT r I- - -1 S-fc,- C ,. v,v L V- s v j. .- yTV Tifc
Tho MERCANTILE IS THE FAVORITE TEN CENT CIGAR.
Tor ..iln bv all rirst-class Dealers Manufactured hv tho l'. ;. itin: vuiltrANTII.i: (MOAli
CO. rjiciorv Nu 'M St. Louis Mo Cms W LVMH Western Act. (111 Lvdli Ave Kas. CltT
D. IT. WOOUWAKD. F. A. FAXON. J. C. IIOKTOX.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
1206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Near Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo.
UANt.. tll'Y, Jtltixiilrl. bT. LOUI-, llss.iurl. VVlCllllA, Kiiusis.
iWESTERN SASH "AMD" DOOR COMPANY:
Coi-iicr NiucteonUi anil Wyoming Sts.. Kansas City, 3Io.
irioWN orriti. hum' hiii.imm..
.,......,..,,.,.. ID V. ltlEOLlt. Prelldnnt.
"""l"u'"' 1 HENiir a llvaer, Vice Pres't.
Foreign Drafts Issued on
HFJ13 RTj rci r?sa
La Ktr' liaP tra
KV rHA Hft tfrl.
asa u uo u usn
the only one that tfuaranlees to Hie natlmit In vviltiiii; a mur and pi-nuauoa;
Lure, aud theoaiy one lint has never Injured the heililiof aliilo pailent.
710 WYANDOITE STUEl'.T, KANSAS CITY, AU).
BEAR IN IvlIND THAT "THE GODS HELP
THOSE WHO HELP THEMSFLVES." SELF
HELP SHOULD TEACH YOU TO USE
'' .EXTRA FINE. 's.
t SEND FOR CATALOGUE
Over Ons Million People vv ear tho
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes arc equally satisfactory
They give the bet value for the money.
Tlieveuual custom dltoes In stvle and
Their wearing qualities ure unsurpassed.
The prices ure uniform, .stamped on sole.
From $ i to 5 j atJ over other make.
ji j our aiaisr cannot supply j ou vvo caa.
r. A. AltKN'llS, 433 3Ilnueott Ave.
li()LUi:.N LACILL'. h. VV. lor. lllli uiidMalu.
11. T. lAr, SlOJJluluM.
(-. 31. HAIiNMS-JU (iraud Ave.
lUHIst'll llltoa.. laaa Grand Are. ,
I ItLU l'lli: rz, OOUi; bprlutlluld Ave.
ULMtV iALK, loua West 17 111 bt.
A SAFE.CKRTAIN .nnd EFFECTUAL
Remedy in suppressed or painful menstru
ation. A POSITIVE and jjuarantectl
rr.mnr.tr tn PR K V R NT atld CORRECT
an emmegogue tioeS( not exist,
L.i-t .-.Ll .,, iinmin m nil nnrtil
uuui una .mci jwui., ..
JOI INSON BROS., .
oth Street, JCnnsns City, Mo.
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Sexual Debility, van, iiPoteny,'
wltU stamp for circular.
SSJ ii,n"unn,lr;SSS!f,r ri.toV;.
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wii-ii 1- iaim:s
r. i:. vti.-s,
(leurce 1'. Hates.
,1. Iv lluriih im,
II. 1.. .-Ici:iru,
l It. sniltli,
r. S. Jti.r y,
,). (!, Mre.m.
J. W. Merrill,
2.th and Summit 5ts,
New York Life Building.
It. D Covixoro.v. Cashier. D. A. McICinnex
II. J 11UCKE. b. b. SEIIAI1
All Parts of the Old World.
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W B i'iiimmvi. Tim follow tnc
H . f i menmi-Barilliiit tlio U'lu-no
tisa fcasa ,ir.i,ib,oiuiciv una. it u n
I. mm ll medical euro. ih oldest and the oniv
tad uukO sou uv xor zn-irnagc.
" J? iL-cf Aa
..-m hi nl",r'"','"i't'r msm
ireniiluu and in l.'lu il cure lit ibu ivvn Kansas Cllya
the only eure tiuloised and adoined by tlie Unl ed
Slates LfoVLrnme-nt authorities on uu InvestlL'-itlim!
WUITF anH VPI I lllAf DIIJC
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nc? SANTA ft:
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OB1 KSHSaS GItfY, HO.
1EW lOJIIv LirE BVILDIKO.
Accounts, subject to check at
siyrlit, received from individuals,
firms nud corporations ou tho
most favorable terms,
Legal depository for Court and
Acts as Executor, GuarJiao,
AtlniiuUtrator and ltecuiyer
also as Registrar and Trausfur
Agent for Stocks and Horn..
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