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THE HOME NEWSPAPER.
Tlio Journal, $4.00 a year
by mail, 10 cents a week
THE HOME NEWSPAPER,
Tho Journal. $4.00 a yoar
by mall, 10 cents a week
VOLUME XXX VI 1.
In order lo reduce our stock of
lino Imported Dicss Patterns
and introduce our high Art work
more thoroughly to tlio Ladies,
wo will make, complete, all our
$18.00, $50.00, $r.5. 00 and tuO.OO
Tailor-made Gowns at the uni
form price of
This is a grand opportunity to
secure a Mendelsohn Gown at a
Early Selection Suggested.
EXCELSIOR TRUNK FACTORY.
Buy Trunks, Valises and Telescope Cases
from the manufacturer. You will Ret bet
ter goods and cheaper.
We use beit material and workman
ship. Knowing what they are, will furnish
wiitten guarantee for three )ears with
each Rood trunk or valise
Trunks fiom H.W) to $Jo 00.
Valises Kk- to ?J0.00.
Usual discount to teachers and clergy
men. Ask for catalogue. It pays to buy
More, SII Alain St.
Factory, llfi mill 117 W. "Hi St.
N. M. FRELINC, Prop.
1016 MAIN ST.
F. M. DeBORD,
PAINTS. GLASS. ROOM
MOLDING AND WALL PAPER.
Tel. 1999. 1113-15 Walnut St.
AN EPISCOPAL CONVENTION,
It 111 Convene In Topeka IWxt Week to
I.llCt II Mil CI'taMir tO tllllll rl IlllltlllS.
Topeka, Alay 21 (Special ) The Kplsco
pal convention to elect .i .successor to the
late lilshop Thomas, of tho Kansas dio
cese, will be held In Topeka next week.
Seventy-live delegates, divided between tho
laymen und eleruj, will compose the con
vention, lilshop Spauldlnfi:, of Colorado,
will open the convention with a sermon at
0 o'clock on Tuesday mornlns?. Wshop
Tuttle, of Missouri, and lilshop Dllbort. of
Minnesota, will also bo In attendance. The
four most pi eminently mentioned candi
dates for the acant bishopric are: .Dean
MIlispauKh, of 'topeka, Demi Gardiner, of
Omaha; Itev. J. 1). Hewitt, of Lincoln, and
llev. J. S. Van Ilerllch, of Wichita.
XKW KANSAS COKroitATKI.VS.
tho Secretary of Stutii lne Charter to
I liu t'niii .'run.
Topeka, May II. (Special.) The secro.
tary of btatu has Issued tho follow Intr
The Hroadway Manufacturlnir Company,
of Leavenworth, for the purpose of oper
ating a planlnff mill. Tho capital is JM.OO)
and the directors are as follows; A, A.
Tenn, Itusbell 11. I'enn, J. It. Garrett, V,
C. Tenn and Frank llackert,
The Uethel thurch of the Kvanuelleal
Abaocfation of Nonh Ameilca, of Cdrson,
Drown county. Tho trustees named are
as follows; Ambrose Kesler, Hlchurd Klnu,
Y. 1. W'asner, V. L. Anderson and U. II,
The Reporter J'ubllshlnK Company, of Ar
kansas City, for the purpose of carrying
on a general publishing business and buy
ing and selling real estate. The capital is
I'aOO and the directors are as follows: SI.
V.," C, A., 11, J., and T. Q. McConn and C
The Atchison Investment Company, by
r. M. Prapoi, James M. Chulllss. F. G,
Crow ell, J. A. Kelthllne and I.ojd V, Dra
per. The capital is J1.500.
'Ihu I'reaiher (lot Away.
Guthrie. O. T May 2l.-(SpecIal.) Rev,
J. L. Smith, a country preacher, was con
Wcted of Bteallns meat at Stillwater
Wednesday and sentenced to the peniten
tiary for one jear. He Is nearly dead with
consumption and on advice of a physician
the sheriff allowed him to sleep out In the
corridor and during last night he pritd
open the outer door and Iron bars und es
caped. There Is certainly no baking- powder so
well known and generally used as the
lloyal. Its pei feet purity, as well as Its
superiority, In leavening power, aio mat
ters of fact no longer disputed by honest
dealers or makeis of other bunds. Its
virtues are so well knoun to every house-
Keeper mat ine maimers oi me uisnonesi
makers of the plu-acer goods full to
toucU iU -s
iNORMflN & ROBERTSON,
I ABSTRACTS 1
I AND GUARANTEES OF TITLE. I
I TsUphona 3038. 10 Kait fltU tit. I
On .liino Glh wp each of n have n
Vote which should lie enst. You
should be stn-o to cast It on llic right
side. In Just the sumo vvny you
should lie pure of whnt you want
when in need of refrlg-emtors or gas
luiy the first stove you see without
rpffiml to Its reputation, or nny lee
box without jolt believe It to be of
Rood nintcrl.il nnd economical In use.
Kxnnilno our gasoline stoves and ro
frlKeratora and then you will buy as
Vote at All
limes for the best. Our refrlgo
cratotK nro the America brand and
our gnsollno stoves are the 'Quick
Steal both known tho world over.
Jtuy as you vote anil vote as you
bU. . .. .
FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.,
1216 to 1224 Main Street.
COUSIN LIPSCOMBE IN LUCK,
Ho In Appointed an Indian Attorney by
Coiiitu lloko Along With Colonel Vale.
Washington, May 21. (Special.) Arrange
ments have been completed In tho Interior
department to approve a contract with A.
A. Llpscombe and J. M, Vale, ns attor
neys for the Wichita Indians In the c.ie
pending In the court of claims between
the Wichltas, the Chickasaw s and thr
Choctaw h oer the purchase money for
the Wichita reservation.
Secretary Smith for two months has been
trIng to get l.lpscombe Into the case, as
he is another one of his numerous cousins.
The Indians named a number of men from
which .a .selection should be made to act
as their attorney, but all were denied lip
cause the secretary wanted his cousin ap
pointed. I.lpscombe lives here and never
had nny Indian business, but the coiis'n
would enjoy 6 per cent of the $Suo,(xX by
w.iv of fee.
The m itter has been pending for some
time, but the details are well known to
those who have watched the secretary In
his efforts to dump another fee to a cousin.
Tho Indians, nfier being dogged by the In
dian agent and after being held up and
iiuiieoeii, conciuueu lo aim t.ipscomne lo
the list of nttorneys from which tho sec
retary could select their legal support, but
It was specified by them that If I.lpscombe
was selected another attorney from thf
list should be named. They also suggested
that If I.lpscombe was not selected they
would be satisfied with any of the other-.
It was stated at tho department to-day
that a communication had been received
fiom Agent Halilwln to the effect that
I.lpscombe and Vale would suit the In-
iiiiiiis .inn mai ns oon as the secietnry
returned he would approve the selection.
SOONERS GOT FIRST CHOICE.
Ilium! Kilterprlslng Citizens Seiure tlio
llest I.11111I In tin, Kliliiii)ii Countrj
rakii htnrlei 'cut Out.
Guthrie. O. T., Maj 21 -(Special) The
honest fettlcis are returning from the
Kickapoo countrs disgusted, soie and mad.
Hverythlng of nny value In the entire res
ervation was taken by sooners. All the
wild stories of bloody battles and violence
have been exploded, the opening simply
having been howling f.uce, with no
tragedy whatever L'nltid States Marshal
My sajs the reports sent out from Ok
lahoma CIt about deputy marshals bat
tling with sooners, Indians lighting settlers
and robbeiy and pillage are all fakes pure
and simple, Invented b correspondents
who were not on the scene, lie had no In
structions to keep mi) bod out or the res
ervation and his diputits took no notice
of sooneis or of settlers. He has received
ir(,uiiB ii dim ever) pari oi the country
and there was no tioiible whatever.
"I llud tho Ito.val linking I'owder su
per or to all the others In eveiy uspeet.
It is entirely fieo Horn nil ndulteiatlons
anil unwholesome (input It), and in bak
ing it gives otf a greater volume of leaven
ing gas than anv other powrlei
"WAI.THH H HAINKS, A I D
Chemist to the Chicago Ho. ml of Health.
MIC IVAi A AllsNOUm jim
Mrs. Annabel, of Chicago, Was l'rmn
Windsor Strung,, I'mnll) lllliiry.
Chicago, May 21 Alls, Annabel, who
killed her husband and committed sukldo
last night, was n .Miss Smith, of Windsor,
Aio. It is told that her tragic ending Ih
tho last chapter In a f.inill) history of
violence. Her father was found with his
thio.it cut. An unclo met a violent death
In AiUona and there is a rumor about a
sister who went to Nebraska and was
never heard from. Annabel's relatives aio
very bitter against the woman and have
refused to have anything to do with her
oven when dead Hvety effort Is In lug
made to discover the whereabouts of some
i illative who will save her from tho pot
Chmli Over the Vliiiblm Iteuuril,
Washington. .May 21. (Special.) Nearly
two years ago JJ'aj was otiered as a re
ward for the an est of Clyde .Maddux, and
oillclnls of thu dlstiict tinned In a. voucher
ror Having m tested mm at Hennessey, o,
T., The arrest was matin by Dcput) .Mat
shal liltuer of Oklahoma, who understood
that a reward was olfered by thn govern
ment, hut after ho had landtd .Maddo in
Jail at Wichita he was informed by thu
otlielals of tho Kansas district that thete
was no rewaid olfered. ileilevlng this to
bo true, ho dropped tho mattei, but Is
now Informed that the money Is about to
be paid tho olllclals of the Kansas district.
I lie llisetiveiy is iiui'iy in eic.tiu suilieiiiuig
of a stir between tho Oklahoma und Kan
AualysN uf Kuusan Oil.
Neodesha, Kas., May 21. (Special.) A
carload of crude peti oleum, which was sent
about a month ago to the Pittsburg re
iinery at Caropolts, l'a.,by Guffey & Haley,
from the Kansas oil tields for tho purpose
of having it refined and a scientlllo analy
sis made of Its component parts, ptoduced
the most giatlf)ing results. The report
bhows that the crude oil will give 30 per
cent of matter which ruined to jso deg.
Hash test, or SO per cent at 110 deg. flash
test. It also contains from 10 to 15 per
cent of naphtha. The oil contains no min
eral properties, Is void of paratlne and
has an asphalt basis.
Clmrgid With 1'erjury.
Tort Scott, Kas, Slay 21 (.Special)
R. ii, Curry, of Jllue Jucket, I. T vas
arrested yesterday by a deputy marshal
and lodged in Jail In this city, charged
with perjury In tho lllankeushlp pension
case, in which a few weeks ago Cleve.
land commuted Rlankenshlp's sentence
from one ear In the penitentiary to a
10 fine. Two others, who unwittingly
committed perjury In the same case, aro
now serving time in the penitentiary.
'ulturi at Independence, Kas.
Independence, Kas., Stay 21. (Special.)
Leisure & 1! rooks, Jewelers and booksell
ers, of this place, turned over their stock
yesterday to their ciedltors. It was taken
possession of by the First National bank
nt this cltv. and Walter Sickles Dlaced in
charge. The value of the stock wtll ex
ceed their maenteaness ana tne firm will
i (robbjy, jae able la resume business gdln.
TO ADJOURN TO-DAY.
Il I'FltLU'AN's tli:vtlin TO AtTRPT
llll! Sl.NATI. I'llIII'tWII IO.S.
NOT ALL AGREED ON THE PLAN
(IRRAT POLITICAL iiatti.i: IN Tin:
iioi.si: mill tuistii.i.
MR, JULIAN SHARPLY REPROVED,
Tin: sriuikant-ai-armn nKiir.iti.n
rci taki: 11m in ciiAitdi:.
Representative 'liihlis, nf l).ige, Introduces
i Srnillinl Resolution In thn lliniin
In Reference In tho (Iriinil .liiry
Investigation ltcpulillt mis 1 1111 a
11 Lively limn In Cnuein,
Jefferson City, Mo.. May 21. (Special )
To-night after the hardest light yet waged
In the Republican caucus. It was decided
lo accept the senato proposition and ad
journ thn cilia session to-morrow. It
means no fellow servant legisla
tion, and the situation Ii exactly the same
as that with which tho regular session
A resolution offered by Itolhvvell, of 1'ettls
county, was adopted, which provided for
the adoption of a resolution to-morrow
morning adjourning at p. m. Tho senate
will bo given until 11 o'clock to necept
this amendment to Its resolution. It It
does not necept t lie hoiiso proposition
and eMend the time from noon Until ii
o'clock, the house will accept tho senate
resolution and adjourn at noon. After the
resolution to adjourn has been adopted the
house will adopt tho report of the Judici
ary committee, substituting the house spe
cial railroad bill for the Peers general bill
and send It to the senate.
The tight wnlch rcu!trd In this mimics.
tlonable victory for tho lobby was wnged
on purely partisan grounds. Nearly ever)
member of tho house made speeches.
The Imptesslon prevails that adjournment
would place the governor In a decided hole.
He had called the legislature together to
enact a special railroad bill. The bill he
had suggested had passed the house. The
senato had passed a general bill and ac
companied it by an adjournment resolu
tion, and It was no business of the Re
publican house ti fight the battles of a
bemociutlc governor. To-morrow there
will be such a political tight ns neither
branch of the Thirty-eighth general assm
bly hns yet experienced If the Repub
licans stand firm they have won, and so
has the lobby.
There are, however, several Republican
senators who are liable to come out square
ly for a rallioad fellow servant bill. There
Is danger of a break In the house, too,
and the Democrats will piactlcnlly cast a
united voto against adjournment at this
To-night's caucus lasted fiom S o'clock
until midnight, and although Tubbs,
Young, of Texas; Moron and others de
nounced the adjournment scheme as an
adjournment to the lobby, when the ptopu
sltlon piovnlled the caucus. adjourned by
singing a religious hymn.
TUBBS MAKESA SENSATION.
Ill Some SellHiltlonat Itesnllltlous lie Anks
That (inirninr Mono lie .Suiniiiiiued
Iternro tho Or.ind .Jur).
Jefferson City, Mo., Ma) 21 (Special.)
Dr. Tubbs, of Osage, exploded a bomb In
the house this morning by springing this
Whereas, Judge Sliackleford of the Four
teenth judicial circuit of the state of Mis
souri, now holding court In Colo count), In
charging the grand Jury on esterday
mornlng used the following language:
"It has been charged In the public press
and elsewhere that members of the gen
eial assembly of this state, now in session,
have been corrupted, the charges in many
Instances have been of the most definite
and speclllc character. It is )our duty as
honest jurors, unswetved by any motive
except to honestly prosecute lawbreakers,
to thoioughl) Investigate those charges.
If found to be true then sou should Indli t
those members who havi been corrupted,
as well as those persons who have coirupt
cd them." And
Whereas, The governor of this state In
his proclamation convening this 'eglsl.tturc
in eMiaordlnary session Intimates if he
does not dlreetlv charge that the corrupt
ing Influence of the lobby has become so
great mat it is impossible lo pass any
measure which the lobb) opposes; and
Whereas, The ihlef executive of a great
state like ours would certainly never, by
mere Innuendo, and without substantial
proof of the tacts, make such setlous
ehiuges against the numbers of a co-ordinate
branch of the state government;
now, therefore, In order that the truth or
falsit) of these charges m.i) tie ascer
tained, that the guilt), If mi), may be ex
posed and punished and the Innocent vin
dicated. Resolved, That this house invites the
most thorough investigation of the .ilbvcd
charges; that the grand Jur) of Cole coun
ty are earnestly and respectfully petitioned
to summon his exeellenc), Governor Wil
liam J Stone, together with any other
member of tho state government, or of
the legislature who might be supposed to
be in possession of nny information upon
this subject, to uppinr before them for the
purpose of testifying to ,im facts which
un) of them mil) possess, sustaining the
eharges that members of this general as
sembly have been corrupted.
Resolved, That the chief clerk Is hereby
directed to supply Judge Sh.ickleford ami
the foreman of the grand jury of Cole
count) with a copy of this resolution,
Davidson, of Alailon, said he fa voted the
i evolution, but moved to strike out the
whereases, which ho declared were merely
Tubbs strongly opposed mo motion, no
said the governor had, by innuendo.at least,
charged the members of the house with
coiruptlon and he wanted the governor to
tell what he knew.
Aloran. of lluch.in.in, didn't think It was
the province of tho house to Instruct the
ptoserutlng attorney or tho grand Jury of
Cole county ns to their dut). Swanger of
Sullivan favored the resolution and Roth
well opposed It.
Davidson, of Marlon, moved ns a substl
lute that Judge Shackleford be commended
for his charge to tho Jury. It was adopted
and the Tubbs resolution as amended was
JULIAN SHARPLY ItlMIUKKII.
Speaker Itmmell Orders Hint to Ho llrnugbt
1 1 fore tho Ititr of the Hume.
Jefferson City, Mo., Alay 21. (Special.)
A very lively tilt occuried in the house
between Speaker Russell and Julian, ot
Jackson, this morning. Julian was stand
ing In tho center alsla when Phlpps, of
Jackson, asked recognition of the chair,
Julian called out pleasantly ''Go ahead,
Speaker Russell brought his gavel down
with a thump. "The gentleman from Jack
son will take his seat and preserve order
in the house," he said.
"I am not dlsordeily, Air, Speaker," said
"The sergeant-at-arms will bring the
gentlemun from Jackson before the bar of
the house," commanded the speaker.
"The gentleman fiom Jackson needs no
one to escort him before tho bar of the
house," retorted Air. Julian, and he
marched down and stood In front of the
"What does the gentleman from Jackson
mean by insulting the speaker und the
house?" demanded Air. Russell.
"If the speaker calls that an Insult he
doesn't know what an insult Is," said All.
Julian, and he turned on his heel and
walked to his seat.
A lew minutes later juuan attempted to
eet recognition, but ilusscll refused (a
CITY, MAY 2,1, 1895.-THN
Piv sinv attention In lnm .lullnn kept til-t
feet and veiled 'Mr.Siinikrrl" ".Mr Speak
or' lit the top of his volee Russell's fce
piled with anger, tint he Mould not rccou
'"I? !n.p. xnn.is CILmii On the next roll
rail .iiillmi allowed ids name to be picd
mid then at use to ask If ho had it tight to
vote llic speaker said he had. Willi n
sneer nnd rrr.it .itcism Julian thanked the
speaker ,or his Impirll.itlt) and voted
me some membots applauded and some
"i:Aioits wA.sr PAv mit mi.miav,
1 liey I'm t heiiKelves ml ttrrord mid III-
Hue tu Itrfiiiul.
JeiTerson City, Mo., Mny 2l.-(Hpeclal )
That peculiar body, the Semite of this
stale, spent Its entire morning session In
discussing the light of (senators to ilinw
pay fur Hunday. Senator l.anilrum, the
only man In the senate who does not draw
pav for the Lord's day, Introduced the
lesoltitlon which p-ovoked the discussion.
Tho resolution alo provided that senators
who hud drawn such money should telurii
It to the state tri usury. Of course the tes
olutlon was not adopted, and the suiatn
adjourned during the discussion, but It
gave the senators nil opportunity In nlr
themselves. Neatly eveiy member of the
i'i:i;ns' im.i, a.mi:mh:i.
Knnrllng Clause Iteliilned mid the Inuu
JefTerson City, Alo AIny 21 (Special )
Tho house to-day took up thn I'eeis fellow
servant bill. iiohspiI liv ihe RPtmte. xttupk
out nil after the enacting clause and sub
stituted the house bill, which Is a copy of
the Iowa law. It Is proposed to adopt the
amendment to-morrow morning und send
It In the penate. It that bod) concurs, the
bill Is ready fur the governor's slgiuituti'.
The purpose nf the house In Inking this no
tion was to give thu senato an opportunity
to pass the bill and adjourn tn-moirnw.
IT the house bad sent In Its bill In orlgi
nnl form, Instead of an amendment, it
would have required three days for thu sen
ato to pass It.
tiii-; oitANii .iimv in i:.itNi:sr.
eer:it Members of thn I.i glslutiiro mid
NeUHpupcr Alell Sllbpieililed.
JefTerson City, Mo . AIny 21 (Special )
Tho grand Jury which was yestcrda) in
sttucted by Judge Shncklefonl to Injlilie
Into charges of corruption against mem
bers of the general assemblv to-day sub
poenaed a large number of witnesses.
Among them wero Julian and Jones, of
Jackson. Tubbs. nf )nge Davidson, of
.Marlon, and several newspaper coriespotid
mts. It looks as though Oils gland Jury
GOOD RAINS IN KANSAS.
Alurn Tlinn an Inrh nf Water Kid I nt To-
pekn, noil Other eitliius Uir
Topekn, Kas., .May 21 (Special ) A fine
rain began In Topeka at .1 o'clock this aft
ernoon and by dark mote than an Inch of
water had fallen with prospects for more.
The Unite" jtates signal station reiHirls
the conditions favorable for rain all over
Clay Center, Kns., Alay 21. (Specl.il.)
A heav) shower, lasting about fort) -live
minutes, the first for two months, fell
here this afternoon and was gteeted b)
continued shouts from those on the streets.
Small grains and vegetables were sadly
In need of rain and corn will be greatly
1'ort Scott, Kas., AIny 2L (Special )
A much needed rain has been tailing here
this afternoon and the indications are toi
more to-night. Repot ts fiom all pirts
of the county state that while rain has
been needed that the crops In geneial,
with the exception of wheat, has not suf
fered and everything at the present is
In a very nourishing condition.
HI Dorado, Kas., Alay 21. (Special )
This part of the stat-was visited by a
rain to-day. It Is very cloudy and will
doubtless rain more to-night
Wichita. Kas. AIny 21 (Special ) Rain
has fallen all over the low.r Ar
kansas valley to-dav. In most pl.irns It
was Very b.idl) needed and will undoubt
ed!) do .1 gleat deal of good.
Independence, Ids.. Alav 21 (Special )
A good rain began falling here about noon
to-day and at ii o'i lock it is still raining
The farmers an rejoicing, wlie.it Is about
ready to cut and the ) e!d will be i.uger
than was expected
III ChaUt.lUllll.l (OlllltV Vlhe.lt is also irnnil
and the Increased prli e will make It mnii
profitable than if there had been n full
vleld Corn Is looking tine The frost
did not Injure it and this nlu villi im
BATTLE WITH DESPERADOES.
United Mutes Marshals limit n llnnil of
Outlaws in the strip One i,r
rI In-ill Wounded.
Guthrie, O T., Alay 21. (Special ) Dis
patch! s to t'nited States Alaishal Nl to
il.!) give an iiciount of a despei He bittle
between depot) matshals and outlaws
west of Alv i. in the Cherokee Strip. The
outlaws aie now n Heating to the Glass
mountains with a large foree in pursuit
Zip W)ntt. one of the Dover train iobb,rs,
and half a doen times a niurdeiet, had
his horse shot from under him, and anoth
er outlaw vi as wounded.
JERRY SIMPSON EXHUMED.
Populists llnvi! Hug llliu Up mid Propose
to Slurt n Gill, eriintori.il Room
Topeka, Alay 21 -(Special ) The Popu
list League of Topeka lias resin reeled
Jerry Slin.i-on and will listen to an ad
diess from him on June 1.'. The Populists
heie say that this meeting villi launch the
candidacy of the ex-congiosstnaii for the
olllco of governor two years heme.
POPULIST LIHTOR IN '1 KOUI1LK.
,1, AI. Hag.iinan of tlio "Ciinrorillii lllaile,"
Arrested li) a Deputy Marshal.
Concordia, Kas , Alay 21. (Special.) .1.
AI. Hagaman, edltor ot the Concordia
lllaile, was arrested last night by United
Slates Deputy AInrshal Neelo) on the
charge or publishing and sending obscene
matter thiough the malls. He gave bond
for his appearance nt the October teim ot
the district coutt in Leavenworth, Kas.
it is supposed thn airi'st grew out of an
article published In the lilaCo last fall,
attacking a speech made by Lieutenant
Governor Trainman during thn I'.unptlgn.
The lllado is an Independent Populist p.i
THU POISON Hill ITS WORK WW.!.
Ilert l'rldily, V liu Took Sir) i linliiii at To
peka, l.plris In Agon),
Topeka, Kas., Alay 21. (Special.) R A.
Prlddy, tho young man from Osawkee,
who took str)chnlne in a lit of despondency
at a Topeka hotel, yesterday, died In great
agony at a late hour list night. His re.
mains were taken to Osawkee for burial
to-d ty. A brother of the ile.ul man sa)s
that tho )outh and Aliss Liura Stephy, of
Osawkee, had planned an elopement ami
that the girl was to meet him In Topeka
on Wednesday. She failed to keep her
appointment and the suicide followed,
KANSAS CHRISTIAN LNIIL'AVOKtntS.
beioml lld)'s Session of tlio Statu Conven
tion at VMilillii.
Wichita, Kas., Alay 31. (Specl.il.) The
secoml session of tho Kansas stato con
vention of the Y, P. fe. C, i;., now being
held In this eft), was uneventful during
to- lay, Denominational pra)er meetings
were held In all the churches, led by visit
ors. To-night Rev, J. L. Sewall, of Kan
sas City, delivered an nddress on "Every
Christian an Hvangellat," to a large au
dience. The election of oljlcers will take
Jt will bo gratlf)lng to consumers to
note that the quality of the baking powder
most generall) In use In their kitchens,
the Royal, Is confirmed by the highest of
ficial authorities as altogether the best of
any in the market.
Shut by a IVomau.
Wellington. Kas., May 21. (Special.)
Mrs. Lou Green, a young married woman
of this city, attempted to shoot Jesse
Spahr, a machinist, employed at the Santa
Fo round house, last night. Snahr ran
when the woman drew the pistol and the
shot Just missed him. Airs. Green asserts
that Spahr had been circulating defama
tory, reyortii about her,
I'li.Vt I lr VI, ILLUSTRATION Of Till;
IILMXtlH OK A PA UK LAW.
ONE HUNDRED MEN EMPLOYED,
im)i;pi:mh:.sci: aviinui: r.MiinttioiKo
A UOMlLltl III, t'llAMIi:.
BY ORDER OF THE PARK BOARD,
CIIAItrLIt AMLMIitr.MN WILL llltlhll
oiiiiir .similar sci:.m:s,
lliidr Adoption Menus vliirk Nut for Hun
dred., hut 'I liiiiinint-lllg lass
Aliellng Will lie Hi Id l,i
nlglit nt Turner
Practical Illustration of the benefits of
a s)stem of parks and boulevards to the
laboring element of this city can be ien
on Independence boulevard any lime of
the day and any day of the vvcik. Ocular
demonstration ot the statement that such
a system, under a duly iiuallllid bo.ud,
will bo the means of furnishing work
for many a man out of a Job could be
fcm on the work )esterdny. Such a scene
ot bustle and energy has not been wit
nessed In Kansas Cltv for a long time
I'nder the boulevard deiislou, the prop
erty owners on Independence boulevard
nre required to give possession of the
strip of land which Is Intended to be used
In widening the boulevnrd. This was being
done with great vigor )cscrday and will
be kept up until all Is clear for the work
laid out by the board.
Hundred of shovels flashed In the sun
light yesterday as the workmen cut aw.iv
the earth In older to put everything in
shape for the rebuilding of ten ace walls or
the grading of the laud, which now bo
longs to the board, for public uses. Tennis
by the score were engiged III hauling
the eaith aw a), and skilled mechanics
were at work lemovlng walls, so that the
materials could be used again, rebuild
ing them f.uther back and putting things
In shipshape for the added Improvements
to be made by the board
Tin- howls of the opponents th it the
work laid out hv the board would onl
b nellt the rich and be a burde 1 to the
poor, vi ere neg.itivnl hv the cheerful faces
urd h.iril wotk of the poor who ,ue al
ready leaping the benefit of omplo) inent.
wllle tlie cost is pild I)) the wealthy res
ident, whose land Is being taken, and who
not only gives this up, hut pa) for the
change. All along the boulevard fiom
Woodland to Walioud avenue, wheievei
work vi as to be dope, wotk was to be had
and was being cared for by the iager men.
The whole street had an ul of prosperity
which Is a good omen of the- benefits to
ai erne to the' worklngman out of the woik
to be secure el.
This Is only one Illustration, but It was
li tiled as a most appropriate ,b montt.iiinu
of the false position of people who ilmj
sui'ii puiine woiKs on in,- giotiuu inai ini'V
aie onlv intended foi the man Willi n
big bank loll, iloi k-t nled huisis, and the
i. Ullage, which u-lrilh ti.ilK behind th.
docked tails The- benefit to other
of people was sei'ii whim the e e INts
uong tne stteet and rriipiintl) li ill
brothel woikin.in. who was shov.Iin - nw.ii
at Ihe i las banks. For It was not alw is
the man of lelsiite who rode a win, I, but
many of the wheels had dinner liuek, ts on
Hie m, showing that the poor man his
found a means of tianspoi tatlon whlih
will bo the liettei for good loads.
Mass Aleellllg 'I i-lilglit.
Final arrangements for the grind in ins
meeting tei b,. held in Tmnei hall to-night
wen- p.ifected b) the exe'iiitive e omuill
tiT, in consultation wllh th, iiimmlttie on
hills and speakers, in am, mini, nt he.nl
qinrteis )esienliiv afternoon The battle
will be waged without ei using Iroin this,
the formal opening of the amp ilgu The
speakers wliu will address the mass mut
ing have In en s, leeted with great e'.ne.
In ordei that the , din-.itluii.il purlieu of
the work m.tv lie eommeni', d In earnest
at the he ginning of the puldio meetlnt,
lin who have given eniefiil thought to tin
facts, legal, sinitni) and coiumirii.il. sur
rounding the propositions will, li haw b i n
submit i, ,1 fur the latilieatlon ot the people
on June II, will expound these fne ts be-fore
the voters nt this met ting This will be
onl) the opening, but such iiiiangi inents
nuie men mule, as win IHMiie a roll at
tend. line and at the same lime set the
reaseins for the adoption of all of tin
amendments in sin li a light us to eim--triln
th. eh'ctois to accept the propo
sitions and l.itlfy the .u-tioii ot the city
lawmakers in e-alllng the e lection.
Not onl) will thete lie eminent speiker.
present to tell wliv the committee Is so
licitous for tlu adoption ot the- amend
ments, but thi'ie will be a long list uf
vlie c hall men, selected with e-uie fiom
every walk in life, embracing evuy e ail
ing and organization, with no element of
pu tlsanshlp, who will lend dlgult) and
sliingth to the ussemhl). The guilieilug
will lie of sue li a natiiic as to liupiess the
peoplo with the tact that the thinking
portion ot the population believes in mu
nicipal ownership of tho wain woiks, in
a piopet s)Stem of fne public puk-, und
tile piiigiess and advancement of the city
11 will be shown that the- so-called de lit
which thu opponents of public ptogress
denoiiiln ue the issue of bonds for ihe po
ment of thu watet works, is in fact no
It will be shown that tlio tuxes of Un
people will not be Increased one mill In
the issue ot these iioiuls, but that tin
puichasei pi Ice will be p.ilii foi out of the
revenues of the depiilineut, and thit then
will be a silt plus revenue del he'd fiom the
same source, which can be used for gin
eial purposes and thus actually icluce
tlio taxation of tho people-,
it will be shown that Ihe rntltlcitlon of
the pending amendment piovlding tot a
pirk and houlcvuid ho. ml will enable tin
people to huvu parks at tho bast possible
It will be shown that thn defeat of this
amendment will not stop the building of
boulevards, the putch.isc impiove
nunt ami in.iluten.inee of puks. but will
provide for the Issue of lax eitllicates
which tan be solel and which, cm bo paid
whenevei tho properly owner sees III
It will bet shown that the dete.it nt both
these p0H)stleuis will not relieve the tax
pi)er of an) of his piesent bunletis, but
ma), under the order of the court in the
llrst case, cause iniinlclp.il ami individual
baiikriinlcv. and In the uthei a ln.iw but.
den under the rule lequlrlng the mono) to
bo In com t before possession is taken eif
an) pirk lands, when tho cuinbert-ume and
costly eoiiileinnutlon process Is used
Money to pay for the water works must
be raised 111 some manner. It Is t.isll)
elemoustiated that the J.I,iV,il paid for
the plant will not cost the people an added
mill In taxation, while the bcuellt ot elt)
ownership to the private consumer to the
merchant and manufactuier. threatened
as lie always is with destructive flics, to
tho stiffening people, who hive paiil exot
liltant lutes for water, will be sulllclent to
counterbalinre the cost, even If added tax
ation should be tho result.
It will be shown that parks have come
to stay. That there is a park board In
existence, which is compelled under the
existing law. to provide at least one park
in tach ot the threo park districts. The
section creating the park board having
been continued by the supremo court of
the state, Is part of the charter until re
pealed or modllled by another amendment,
which must be submitted to tho people
and ratified by three-fifths of the votes
cast at the election whereat submitted.
This section. It will bo shown. Is manda
tory of two things. One is that the ma)or
must name his park board. This has been
done. The other Is that the board must
provide iiarks. This will be done whether
the pending amendment Is ratified or not.
If done under the law as It ts now, the
board must condemn the ground and must
PD for It before It gets Mssmlnn of a
spe.ir of gr,t growing on it No delav
in p.i)inent Is possible under condemna
tion proceeilltigs, couple il with the pnsent
Speakers mid I'rohlliig llltlirr.
The iiimmltlre Inrt xisteMny ninl -lee
ted .Mil or i bstei Davis ns presiding
otllcer for to-night's inciting He Is ex-pi-ctrd
to open tin- latnpnlgii by stating
the lensons why it was thought best to
orgiinlri for the fight The spe-akers s -lc,
tnl for the llrst public pipkin itlnn ule
ex-.Mn)or W S. Cowhetil. AlnJol William
U artier, Judge I,. C. Slav ens, Frank (I
Johnson and John S t'losb) Tin si- gen
tlemen will discuss tlie amendments In
their bulnes Unlit Thev will put liu
farts bcfiile the people, stripped of nil
misstatements and tieni rsloti. unit show
Wh) defeat would be illiisttulls to the best
Interests or the ill),
Tho following l a list of the vice chair
men si-liM'Uil In the rtiliunllli ' IMitv C.
Klimpf, llelilamlu Holmes, .1. .1 Diviliport,
Judge Jatni's Ulhsoti, John iMlttpbell, ' F
Atnultoii, .1 II, llatkless. Wallace Piatt.
Charles Scliattuci, IVIIv L, l,.i Fotce, A
W. Love, J Alt I). Trimble, It. II. Allddlc
brook, AlnJor J Al llullock. C i: 1M
woids, John Keating, Hans I, und, 11 W.
Shiiutiou, J. P. Loomas, IMvvatd Kill..
Judge II, F. AtcDotlgal, J. L. Illldcl, I,
II. Cross, Ft ust Stoeltzlug. HIIJili Robin
son, Aldeiman W. W, Morgan. W .
Rleger, J S Cannon. I) S McGonlgul,
(I. Ileinlii'lmei, Gelictnl William Askew,
Joseph Dnnileo, Colonel It. T, Van I loin,
II. C. Arnold, I'olouel II. II. Allen, W. .1
AlcCatthv, William lltendel. Councilman
.Martin Hegnn, Minor Itass, Joseph llilm,
Judgo Jeni'isoil Ritimbick, l'ntllck
O'ltotiike, JilTcison llrciiliuti, .lumen II
Vlticll, J. D lilt il. Judge John W. WolTold,
J. D. Hows I, R Stoller. W. G llnlld.
H. Ik Pottetllrld, Joseph lllnck, Wile) u
I'os, August Ittcunett, Aldi'itnau I'lilliK
Phillips Colonel John Conoior. Ileni) Al
Stonestteet. Luring W Cnilit, W II Clel
land, .1. F Cbastlne Dr. Chatli-s II Lis.
ler, Dr. Ueotge, O Collin, IMwnrd W Tay
lor, Alnik Clipping! I. J. L. ('o.ites. S h
AtcUlbbon, o II Cotiltt-i. Itobeit Cunning
ham, (1. It. Dyer, Put lick .Million, J. T.
llnsberg, 11. W llajes, Clitistlin Flunk,
,1. A. Duncan. W. A Kills. Alderman Os
car Dahl, II. I! Joffee. J (fotlleli In A Al
Flow Fieel i' lie), Jacob Ni-w house,, lVfoi
Duffy, James FlU-geiald. F J Hue fuel.
Itatni'V Stevens, William lliubiirg. Judge
Peter J. lleiiii. Lends Hnmmcislougli. Will
iam Tnbetier, Si. Robe 1 1 lliinill
ton, Alelermiui F II Shliudik,
lleniv lllties, professor John T Itiuli inuu,
F Al. Howe, Jiinies I.1I1K Ira Hiibbi,i,
W 11. Hull, Ftank Kunip. J. II. itiitler,
Gi-otgi' W. Jones, S C Hvnn. Mm tin
Peek. Fled Unwind. W II Knotls, J C
lltunniigli, (haihs Kohlm.in, 11 C llni
per. J A. Lew, J. W Miilholl iml. Alexan
der Larseui, James Scunnion, J M Pat
tetseiu. Rlcharil Genu v. oiat Se-hulni.in.
J II Potter, II II Stiiikenbutg, Thomas
Geoige. V K. Samuels. Thomas Ridge,
J T Si-ildens. T A. Wltteti. Gem go W.
Tonrtellot, Dr. John Wilson, Geoige R
Thompson, Al. C Rilund. K II Aimour.
W C Glass, Adrian Van Itiunt C D Ax
man. IleiiJ.imln T. Ilaidln. S It Almoin.
James At instiling, J. A ll.ichm.in, T II
Prest, .1 T lll.iki', Judge F. 1. Si arrltt,
I K Ituinhani, ('. A Hi oik, G Young.
N Humes, S J. Ilavele, Colonel T S
Case- Wit ten AlcDntialil. Neboii Cie-ws,
K AI Dewees, A. N Church. Frink 11.
Dexter, Joseph i Mini, enionei .lonn
(I'Gi.id), Thomas IMwanK James A.
Fliil.iv. Andrew 1' Folev, Hugh AI.Gowun,
Colonel Flunk Fostei, A. ,N. Giutc, t; K
Dii kelson. Alexindei Ne-w, 1' Al De.u
doilT. John Conlon, II II Gitmin, J. c
Hoi ton W II Ruck, John Long. D W.
I.ongwell, II C. Ward. C. A Moss, F F.
RoelIi Joseph 1. Nui man. D J llnlf.
Cornelius ii'Siilllvan. D K I'lttersun. J
C Revnolils, T H lliukiiei, Thomas llir
son. N F Ileltmin William Sloan. John
Stevens. C.ipt tin W a-di Adams. I'uuuell
ni in A II nlson. George' W aim he. Judge
Hugh Lvtieh, C F Washburn Genei.il
Milton Alonie, Fdwaid Sollls, .1 II Fink.
N Leirle In W F .Morrow. Charles Jef
ferson, Albert Aliltv. C A. Allllel, Joseph
Spevi'i. I. A illrsclilleld. Iiivld Wnllei
steln, William Muhlh.ii h, Inhn Spcngb r.
AI lloffuiiii. Malor Ross Uiil'ln, John
Smith. Leon ltloek, C J Sehliii-lt r, llcnrv
J Lampe, Judge John li. Stone, A S
W'oolf. J C Fiihonutiei. August Spies,
C. N. SoldllU, A L. O. Sehueler and li.
O Altinnn, . , ,
Personal notices were sent to each of the
above iinmed persons, asking that they
ittenil In the several rapacities assigned
In addition to tills Mil postal cuds were
sent to voters of the- cltv. urging them
to lie on hand and bring some one' oi
moie neighbors with them The lettois
were anpe lis to alt who favoi the adop
tion of the ame ndnii'iits to mi n out nnd
hi Ip lo sicdl the i towel Then- N even
re ison to believe that the mi-etlng will
demonstrite tliat i majoiltv sulllelentlv
luge to e.itry Is in favor of l.itlllc.itlau
on June 1
Judge, Dotisou lnors Ihe' Anii'liiliiii ots ,n
Refers ton Pus-ilile, lew.
Judge C I, Dobson, of the (limit court,
Is dei-ididly In favor of the proposed char
ter amendments. He s ild:
"As fai as the amendment nlitlng to the
puichas, of the waled woiks Is com ei mil
it Is siinplj wlietliei tile people nam to pa)
ten the- watei woiks in long lime and eas)
p.ivments or whither the) shall be com
pelled b) in orde i of tin- Fnited Slates
coin t to pa) all of the judgment against
tlie cltv In one )CII Allllllelp.il ulinelsltlp
uf Viatel vioiks Is something Hint Kansas
e'li) has wanted for in in) )cirs and It is
mil) a question of taking our own time
lo pa) tug toi them or to pa) in one lii'.ivy
lei! Dial wool 1 be an Intolei.ible bind, u
"Whatevi'l dife, ts exisuil In tile old
park and hunlev.itd amendments luive bun
remedied in Ihe proposed amendments to
be voted on next month H is a saf, and
easv m, tliod of acqiiiilug puks anil boul,'
v.itiis, Impiovements that an- saell) need
ed While the taxes for tlie water works
.lie levied on all ptopeit) the special taxis
foi paths and liouh vatds are onlv a e h uge
upon led estaf and e .te h p.uk dlstrie t
p.i)s foi Its own puk. The p.ttks will lie
see in eel for but a Hilling outliv c.n-li p.ir
and will be a imminent bene lit Tlie
amendments should be adopted by a l.uc
Will vole for tlio Ami iiiIiiii uts
Ulgo Laboring Vli-ll to Ho so.
An evening paper of )i-stirday contntmd
an alleged Inleivlew with James i; Fit.,
gerald, ex-pti'Sidi'iit of tlie Indiistilal
Council, putting him on roe onl as being
opposed to the' cliaiter ami udmeiits nnd
advising libelling men to vote u.ilut
tin it adoption. All Fitzgerald stated tu
a lepottet foi tlie .leiuiual list night Ihit
lie had not been Interviewed hv tlie piper
and tint the statement th tt ho was op
posed lo the amendments was a mlsiep
re'scutailon. Said Ah. Fitget aid: "I did not make
tlie statements attributed to me. I w is
pii'soul when Air Al, Cambridge! was In
tel viewed, but 1 did not say an) thing
fell or against the amendments. As a
matter of fact 1 expect to vote for nil
the amendments mid would advise eveiy
laboiing mm to do the same While em
general principles I am opposed tu the
issuing of bonds, this is a special ease
vihe-ro Ihe elt) has conn iciim a debt
wlib h must be paid accoiellug to the
decieo of tho coin t and which can moie
easily be met If the bonds are Issued I
am going to vote for the amendments."
Ttutli Ward Mirtiug,
Arrangements vine completed vesteid.i)
for a meeting nf tin- votets ol the Tenth
wutd, to ho held Alon, Id) night. The meet
ing will be held in Arid hall, at the cot
tier of Twenty-fourth street und Fmest
avenue, and will be tile Hist of tlie w.ild
meetings to lie held under the direction of
the committee whh.li is campaigning fot
the adoption of the pending amendments
to the elt) charier Fred Howard lias
been selecte-el to preside, and Fi.ink F Ro.
idle, ex-clty i-iiiiuseloi, Piesldeut A. It
AIe)er. of the paik board, Judge L. C
Slav ens, Colonel John R Stone, Ralph In
galls and Frank G Johnson have hi en
assigned as spe.ikns Rich of these men
is well posted on tlie situation fimu all
points of view ami will give the vote-is of
the Tenth w.ud gewnl food for digestion
during tho lemalnliig da)s of the cam
paign, The Roya Haklng Powder avoids all de
composition of the flour as caused by )east
lislng, thereby saving a laige percentage
of its most nutilllie elements, making
the Hour go one-fourth fuilhtr.
Aiileleut to Henry I'uiuiiiIiicm.
Lawrence, Kas., Ala) 21 (Special.) Hen
ry cummlngs, a farmer living near llelvolr,
drove to his pasture )t-sterday afternoon
and while standing up tu his buggy the
horse started and threw- him out. He was
unable to move, but sent his little boy,
who was with him, for help. The buy
wundereel uway to one of the neighbors,
reaching there at dark, where he was kipt
until morning, us It was thought he had
run away from home. Air. Cummlngs re
maineel helpless where he hau fallen until
3 o'clock this morning before he was dis
covered pnyslcians say his spine Is In-
Jured. and that he cannot recover.
JJKIOK TWO CENTS.
Kvxsis cm-, Mo, AtAr s, l?i
rfmjvhiltiir yjicnl ly .Minimum, &,' ttr
7n.il.ij ire few r th lefd'cr (J fcj ill
Iii about a weak there'll coma a
lay which will lie the turning point
in tunny a life.
Our central high school will havo
pourcil out Hi full measure of learn
intr. in iloitiK what It could for
quite a number of young pcoilef
who go out from under its enre into
new paths of life. The remem
brance of commencement day ami
graduation e.vercincs has been ail
incentive to many a life.
Let's malic the ijradtiating exer
cises of iS(j5 rt pleasant memory.
Let's go to a little extra troubla
nnd expense. What if it does cost
morel Can't you deny yourself
a little here and there for the sake
of an occasion of such nnportanca
in your daughter's life? Of courso
you can and will.
We anticipate such events and
prepare for them. Come with tig
ami let's see what we can find.
Here are the dain
tiest slippers, intro
ducing novelties in
the cuts of satin and
sttctie wiute, cream
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CIIIIM UIIU LUIUIb iruiii7y7U
Silk ami Lisle Thread Hosiery
to match Slippers, in white, cream,
pink, blue, tan, gray, etc 50c to
Silk Elastic Garters va r i o u s
lubbons in the newest shades
in any width for nny purpose.
If pink is the class color of
couise you'll want a pair of pink
Suede Gloves. Whatever the color,
we can supply you from S button
length .Motisipift.itre to thu 35 but
ton in any shade or lint to match
shoes, hosiery and costume.
Don t forgel a nice fan.
To insure a perfect fit and stylish
appeal ance of a new dress, have
yout dress fitted over a new Corset.
We I'oulldi'iitlv li'i'iiiiiiiii'iul the '-Fus-sii"
and "1 ('" as the bejel tilting-
lltlel lllust s.ltistilc-lot) e-eilsits ill tile;
wot Id These cutsets .ue held n such
high iste-em that tlio servo as modelsj
feu scenes of Imit.l tl(ls.
Have your dress trimmed with
Lace if you wish to look your best
Xovv Patterns In Cream Clinutllly
Mc to J 1. 50
Xovv Patterns In AUilched Sets In
Platte VnluMvIciiuc JMges and Inser
tions " Fiom L'.V' to $1.23
Heal Vulpnclenne.s nai low fn-iu ,'iSc
to fl.fiil wide, from 1 ",o to 5-I.SS
Cliiltoiiv ovi-nlngr shad, s in inches
Heal Iiuclle-sso Lace, B Inches j,,,
Real lmclii'ssi' Lace, !' imli, s wide,
per .vnril $1 j jr.
Ilitissels Top lniehesse Line, 11 11, lies
wiele. per ynul 1 ; r,il
Real 1'iiiiit l,ice, 2U Inches vvid, r
)atel jx on
Real Diichcsse l.nee Collar tlinrt
Iteiil Point iJuche-Sho Lace I'ellii SJ'i U'i
Don't be without a dainty Hand
kerchief. It has been said the
trifles in a lady's toilet are what call
fot the most comment and admir
ation. Pino Sheer Linen llundk, n hi 1- 1 , 1
tllv embioldi'ivd l 00 . -, no
Fielic-h Hind Kmbteildi 1, ,1 .s)i . 1 Lin
en llandkere-hii fs J . .., 1 . s. ,10
Handsome liuchissc .mil I' ml !,.,
llaiulkete lin-fs $.7.1,?. uO
The custom of giving iKnvets to
graduates has been improved upon
by the late style of giving boulcs.
These will be perfect after tho
To almost every young man or
woman 110 token is more acceptable
than a Ooml liouk.
Anticipating the demands gener
ally made upon us at this sea.son,
we are prepared to furnish at trilling
cost just such gifts as you will de
sire to make, and they to recede.
Poetry, History, Biography, Mic
tion and Travel well made tiood
paper excellent print, for a very
small sum of money.
We have a good line of poets for GOej
A lino e, l Hie best o.t li hooks, Se I itcll
wlib great cite fiom the old si.uulniel
until, us f 1 COu
Hull e'Ulf books, cncll Sao
A much butter book, liulf cair..fui $1 "i
Two volume sets of books fi n.c
'l,vo Volume! .sets.. . foi 7Ue
fvvei volume- sets..,,,, for $1 23
Two volume' sets..., ,. f'-r $2 r0
Two volume sets'.,,.,,,,,,,.... 1 0 $5 Ou
Sets of the stand, irel nutliors, such a.s,
IJIIot, Th.iehiray, Pickens, Scoti. Hui
vvcr, ut vciy low pilees. These a'l uuiko
such gitis that glvo ileasuio tj jour
Hie mis and ).iurselt.
FxiieiUuced liook tales jn-uple to wait
In the STATIONARY line, an en
graved Caul I'lnto with tho name, op
a Hold Mounted Fountain IVn, would
be all aiiioiriJlu und useful Sift.
1;AU:RY, HIRI), THAVUR & CO.,
.vuuiioit com: issiiF.s viiit:iii:its.
Ilreldciithal' Deputies Mill lie 1'aid, but
lire lilt utlial Will -Not.
Topeka, Kas., Alay 21. (Special) Acting
upon the advice of the attorney general
Auditor Colo has issued voucher to th
two deputy bank commissione-is for their
salar) and expenses. The deputies had
btought action in the supreme court to
compel this payment and the case will
now bo dismissed. The auditor refuses to
Issue vouchers to Hank Commissioner
Htiddeuthal, however, ou the ground that
he is not the legal occupant of the olllce.
H costs more to make the Royal Rak
ing Powder because its Ingredieuts ure
purer, but It Is more vv holcsoiiw and goes
uiUier thin J-Ui. other.