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TlLti KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, MAI' 2. Wily.
Today we'll soil 5,000 pounds of Smoked Mams
and bides of Hacon
AT 5 DENTS A POUND !
EVERY POUND GUARANTEED.
On sale at "Wreckage" Store, 525 and 527
Minnesota avenue, across from Main Store.
554. 556 AND 558 MINNESOTA
These Firms Do Business
For High Grade Work
fit llllllli-intn to.
Tel. Writ 'i
Itetnrtnber there I
In llicley Institute
III KlIIUM ( lit, M".
Il.'tiiri nt I ln;i.
F.B.CROTHERS. BELLE "VIEW!
1 $125, $1511, $21)0.
' rltl mull. h.ihutf u tfo
I X. Simpson Si Son,
number 01 torn, llldg
Kansas tit. Km
TlnetaDles, hr-th poo)
andblliUnl llest i ..
of linportcJ .in. I do
mestic cigar.. Heading
rooms attache I, I: vv
TOWN Lit, I'rof., ell'
Minnesota avenue I
W. W. OVERTON. fjg g gg
Junction Grocery ami Meal Market, i ..m,,,,. '
10Ou.IW-.rWtK Fifth at Tel West ft
High class goods, low oriels, full weight,
courteous treatment, prompt delivery
I 'bone No WMt-J
l'or lh next lxty
rlavs I will Laundry
Lace Curtain at "he
aplere, or 0O1 per pair
it. r. wn.i . I'niii.,
fitll A; Mute Ms.,
Kansas Ity. Kansas.
Issued by auv gallery
In Kansas LIU . Mo.
will l tocelvetl by u
on same condition as
Mated on Win ticket.
Huitsfurd .V ll. 11.
CI'.' Minnesota avenue
J lis! Kcccivi'il.
The most complete
lino of Trusse ever
brought to tills city
l,ot our prices before
Hip Owl Pharmacy j
II ojtiPiry. prop
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY?
Here Is the way to do It. Look .tt thl!!
8 room house. CO feet of ground, elegant
location. lotd of shade, close to ear line,
etc , price, Ji.iXiO; t-00 ca3h, balance, :i)
7 room house, r,o feet of ground, tine lo
cation, price, J1.5M; term Hmne an nbove.
Till-: TOIITSMOUTH INVI'STMRNT CO
Telephone -C75. Kansas City, Kas.
Tho Journal otiice has been
removed irom the Chamber
ol Commerce to the first floor
of the Columbia Building at
oixim Huroei sum iumiiesoui 'j
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W. k SIMPSON'!
OFFICE, 509 MINNESOTA AVE.
HARRY DARLIHGTOM. SU
l.'tiDin ;lui; hn'isimmlli IMily-
I. G.TODD ARRESTED
11iMit.11 wuii ni'i:.i(i A i,i;tti:u
nri i-i:n 10 .1 tiiiti..
MEMORIAL SERVICES SUNDAY.
n i.ui i.tivi: in a mix rACMiitv
i -i.s runt n.Mii:!!,
r.iriin- Munt .itn.ii.-i. for llD Hrmvnliij;
if I heir ltoj.-uil l( JllllKUU'lU .'ft
v -i.ti- I'.iik i.f siiiniuitr- unit Dell
rrctet lluy I'julur Arrcit.
To I I. kUperliitilnt Of tUtt Kn8B
iniou fur the ilit!itMo.ll Of ttie
1. -i is loeineij in thin citr, w ar-
- rtjr by IJepmy I'nHed Swtc
K11W on h warrant lsucl by
.- it. Conimitori-r ierty, ftutry
W'lh apll)IB 8 1"MM' addrtf8ed to
'. uupllii f th. Miuil IMi'lUut.
du(i bj.h !-svir4l motitjtji,
. - Hirt, n pujtl or the jomitute,
- mi ArK"llliii. 4 rt'i4t4elmj to
1 a . , lu-.'a.Mi' at initconducl. Aft-
-tti b h'Wu wivwiil la she
f w a boy named Archie
t m$M ut tbv 'hsel, mbft was
l) iiwndi-.l. This yuuf nvvi-r
' l"y. Which fi't resulted in an
1 bin made by ilw ierons !-
1 wit Ifurtied (-i.it the l.-uer
pcwkeMiun of ijr, ToftO. a
11 n tbstt Ktsurn am ctotiu
'. up- nlBg i'uttm Stte nmll, hut
1 .it 4rrei.l.'d tii, im tli mutter
.lateit in the naiid uf staia or-
itly the eompUlnt WW turned
Cmteil Suit-, authorities, which
. 1 .ne trreat it MnerintuitetH
- 1 d4 jlteriiouii. lie wax ar
) Lire I ullifd Sidles ('uiimiiislijii.i'
'l 1 I
i.-. ..n 1 h! bund iixed ,4t !, and hi
a .11 n lu'4rlu sn lor 4Iny 81. ijupd
. ..ii.-iid by M T.ld, with A. N.
I 1. J lU WrtllJ.Jtt- XtttitHWl builfe.
l T'.ii a -, .-ii last ultfUt ami i4lk-l
I Hi- ii-iturdtuv ol acrenl. He
1 1 :., did nut ihful. the caie Mould
1 . ii.ttu-r . h.tu 4 iMvlimiKyu' har-
l'i il..- tut pUi," 4ll ln. 'wy lf-
f i 11. l'-tt-r hk-h 11 tin ctitiiHw! any jr-
1 1 iiitnlu 'o to ylh tb- 0JM.-UIH14
1 ' but I hiili bar the iWlt 'im-
. 1 l Hn-Ve that iheis bmi lrU 1111
1 ' u.ltt(4- ytute I UJpude.j
- .1 h froui the i.huol I had Rl
. .1, to the .tutitutr aud w-t t.,ll...
1 j'.ci iivirlin? ner fju'i- . ...i-
I a.j.iI I ' u- . iit hltn bom h i 1
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I I I- Jl.'l .d-l Ml Si i'i, -r, 1
Xuf; .'J She 'irjjiu iuj- ttifv to i'j u uje
AVE.. KANSAS CITY. KANSAS.
Because They Advertise,
H. I PARR,
KKM MII.F WOltk
l,.igcr' Kent Urns More
11 rug. Medicine,
chrmbals, l-'anry ami
sponge, llrutdin. Per
fumery etc I'ltysl
and ordei. answered
with care anil illipalch
.". IH .Vllniiootu tie.
VtllntlllliL-. l!;itlMJ Oils
nrii-fr. Itniinr. I'ntii rru
l.i'i'iii;i mill till Msln
Ml for Hoots
Dr. D. M. BYE,
( ouihlhiif Iimi Oil Cure,
vciou ni your
10c a Week !
I'm on new wall pa
prr. lialnt your dwell
ing, i'.tnploy only nr.it
lluj vutir Taint
Justice ol Hie Peace,
Vew Number. et 7?.
I I- lliinesotii Aiv
publlcliy If leiiiuittd.
Collections a stieclalty.
iilltl Taper of
W. P. WHITE,,
III Minnesota Ave.
A 60 candle
Less than J
cent per hour.
Wyandotte Gas Co.
'I el. lHlltl. Hiistedltld
li'iv's mail .ind hri-alt up th ' 0rre.sp.1nd. ni'f
li 'wi in tin two.
"I proini.ieil Mrs Smith 1h.1t I would
itlii - hT .son aniiihir eliuni'.-. but told her
Hun it he Insiisted In dlnroKtirdltm tin- rules
"f tlin school lit would have to ko home.
It W.I.. fin, tntif It, fnr.. Itic ,.i.n.ln,i iimp.
i.witiil in" In suspendlnir him, which 1
Mr. Todd nlfo stated that he was of the
opinion that .Mrs. Smith and th Hirt clrl
n.ni joinen nands and desired to cause him
. til the trouble they can on account of
Mi. - pemllng the two pupils.
MTIKI.HIINT flllt ltd. Mill.
All Attempt Is llcltiB .Uncle Ii. et It
The judirnietit for ll.liiW which w.i.s rn
d. ii-il In favor of Jitenb r. Kti-t.in
.i-:..liit the estate of (leurue I". H'--t '
I" I11K conti-HUd 111 the probate .-oiitt. The
nt ire day yesterday wits dcwit. d to the
h-aritiK of evidence. Kusteref .l.ilnnl that
ilti't oweil htm the amount of the Judn-
nieht f,(r bonrd. The pliilntlfl' in the suit
, t" hreiili the JudKinent 1 Philip llest.
. I. Hither of the deo afed. llcst workeil for
Ku-t.-rer, who ruhs a cecond hand stole
in the bottoms, and durint,- his connectlun
1 wnh the entiiblinhment hr hoarded with
ih. defendant The ttrounds upon which
1 lb. plaintiff Id endeavoring to break the
1 judgment is that his brother worked for
1 in- iieteniiant tor a i-ertntn salary, which
in- hided hl board mid lodiilnit. DurliiB the
i 1 111111.it ion of various witnesses yester-
l.iv. 11 pr. uiher by the nattn. of l.elst was
pj.ie.-d iln the stand. Attorney Herj;er, for
tm defense, accused hltn of being Instru
m niul in eaubinir the stilt to be brought.
Iti l.eist became very Indlirnunt at the
liwjer'H reitiarks and responded by cull
iiik htm a llur. Mr. Hertter told rtev. 1.,-lst
tn.it uivoiiIIiik to ScrlptuivD he should not
jiiilye others. Judxe Atntle threatened to
tine the preacher J-J5 for Insttltlnit the court,
but a well worded apology appeased the
Will 11,1 11,1,1 nt tlie ,s,.,.ii street Metlf
idli I'liuri'li ''iiiniTim.
The Jleeoratlon day exerciues In this city
on next Thursday will be the most exten
sHe .vtr held hw and the, memorial serv
l"c to-inurruw will be butler than those
of any previous year. The Young Men'
i'hristlitn Akocatluti has mad eiaborut
prepurationit fur the observance of the day
telebrated u Ituitor of the lalK-n patriots
of the nation and as 4 tribute to the llvlnit.
At the tSev.-nth Street Methodist Kph-co-p.t
- hcr.h the Y M. l A. memhers will
hold thftr service at 4 oVlock. The eu.
lout of i-elebratliMf this day ha beoaiue n
national atTalr in Y. M ', A clrcle nnd
the local organlaation will be umotiK the
Itadi-m In the ieleb-ailuii.
Jti-v, Henry Jiupkins, Jj. D pastor of the
Firm CongicBatlonal church. K.insu city,
Ato., h jiicepted tin Invitation to lead in
the oerciae of the day and Will deliver a
spei 11 t-seinum for the u. 1 aslon. Two com.
punieij 01 ihi- ici.-iitlv uttfaiujied National
i.tiard, u and K. will man h to the relli;.
iouit vdlllee attired In m-n unifuHns. Hc-
iniMry i-bim. uf th- v M C. A., has had
, 1 hurst hi Ui tT4iiireinunti for the day's
UvivIwd and will also have charne of the
me.-t!n to-mnrruw The hoys' lirttsuiU- of
tlh" Wrst lrb-erian church w'ill tilleml
j the exercises In a body.
MH'Ki:i IT N ,1.111.
tifurBO Twilp'J- Arrteii fur -Slctllui; a
runner" lloi.. ,,i,i tari.
rirHf-.-r Mtii-Hu I.. 1 i.k-nitm .i-.rA.AH
,Qeor Toohey, a boy. on a chaib-o of
I horse stealing. Thurslay aftunooti Too
hcy tiiti tliles Fratiklm. ,1 lurtner who
lim at f-MwaidsviU-, int., at,d pretended
to le desliou of inirchusiiH! n horse. Alter
talking with franklin a sltoit time, he went
a4y. but soon aftei the owner f the
lloise. had tfotte h lelunied tu the meet
UiB jijai-e lit the -urm-r of fifth stiett and
State avenue, where the horse was still
standlnu. lit took the hots.- ami cut and
J'ov away. When fraiiklln letmned ami
luuiid hhi hoi- niU.lnt; he at once noli
Ited the police, wiu-11 the bo was arrested
last night he did nut have the hot, n ills
bosvKloii us he had traded it for another
tu a Kansas HO. Mo, man. This man
wj. fuund and letutnrd the hoisv. The
boy was locked up In Jail and the, horse.
uMd tail returned tu the own, 1.
; TWO ilOlli: AltltCM.s.
.l.iiiin and IVIIIbui. Iti-jiii.lil, llurboreil
iiiiiiiier mid P.tll, Hie ton" .lien.
The pol--e yesterdaj le.1111.1i that ,. !
aliiuiui.-i -ind John Hell, ih-- lVv "cqh"
men thu ere artcsl.-l ,in, Uy itlitht.
I1.1 1 been r.tuppiu, at j huu- n Wood
ivuiue mar tVntiul 4t-.nu, . I. pt by tlie
lejtuilou Aaroa and VYllliam IWynolds.
t'hej went to tl houke and arrested both
the Itiytiulds and took Sutim ers' rlp,
wbi. h they found there, in eh true. 1'apars
1. .und 111 ihe rlii went to sh-n that Sum-ii.ii-
w.ih bj the ii.iiin ,f c j.', no,, m
',' '"i."".1'"! J ! 'a'1,1- ' 'I'ur'ers in 1.4.
i,t. tt, Ind i-r..m -h-ii 1. vent to u-
!i.ii. , poll New Oil. a -. ln eton, Kan
. . cuv ant chi.jBu. jet K4iuas City.
Me authotit.-.-s hilt I.., , , otliled. but
h4i. uui )vi iitdde 4 movu tuvvarU iirose-
liy the way, since several of
our merchant friends in this
city and one or two on Main
street, Kansas City, Mo., have
taken the pains on various oc
casions to say in their ads
uthal (hey dorft handle dam
aged goods" we take pleasure
in stating that wc do handle
Are you curious lo know why we handle!
them? Sit down mid rost n moment and
wii'll tell you th Utile .story.
Once upon a time, years iiro. wo saw n
lot of lire dunmtrt-d wool drees coods being
sold at auction for what they'd brltiu.
We wer prejudiced itirnlnst "lire Koims.
but couldn't rc"lt the rlc, .o bought a
bllt amountltii; to f?o, ami when they en we
)o the stote (then otl I'lftlt street) the boy
st.ttted to put them under lite counter,
they looked o touch, but some ladles jtot
lo looklnif aii-l btiylntr nnd In two hour
they wet-i neatly alt sold lUVAt'Si: !!
AND ,- Wool, DI1H.S3 HOODS WllltH
Hi:iI.IN(l AT YD.
That dn we put really line lrese on
women who would hnVe had to ko home
with inlii-n. AND WlJ SAID UlttNfl
THIIM HACK IV Tlli:V DIDN'T Sl'lT
AND OCT V"Clt CASH.
Since th, n w'i ve sold shoes tit . lee and
2.V a pair, calicoes, ".Ingham, shlrtlni:.
eti .u lc and ','c a yard; Krocerles. canned
cood. -arp.t'. tinware, and almost every -think
in .-arth IN D.VMAtlDD iU)OI)S-at
Hip liwi t prices ever dreamed of on till"
enrtn, .ir-1 we'e always said that our
Mroniret irtiarantee wits on them Itl'.I.N'tl
TilCJI HACK AND CASH TIIDM If
TIIKY DON'T Sl'lT.
Tin other day 11 poor washerwoman (you
muM 11 member we'te not all tnllllonalris)
cam.- to the store for some Roods. She
went llrt to the main store with h.-r mon
ey. 7i-. all told. She wanted to buy sev
eral Itesses for her ulrls and some (true-ties,
but her cash was too small. She
went t" the "WreektiRe" actoss the street,
and here's what she bought:
1 lb sood coffee. J If,
1 can line smtnr corn , 0."
1 ran salmon i7
; lbs smoked bacon ir
I fl-lb 1 an fruit (no label) ti
:' bundles remnants of Klnuhams, at ltv. "0
1 lady's summer ttndervest lr-
1 pair men's Jeans pants TO
It's true there's some work necessary in
order to Ret these remnants and pants In
shape for use, but there are thousands of
people in this town who have more time
than money, and these dnmitKed goods at
the "1IAMAC1KD JMIICBS" make it possi
ble for them to clothe and feed themselves
on a mere pittance of money.
THAT'S YIY Wi: IIAXDDE DAM-AiM-JD
(JOOD.S. It's because we can make
.1 little money In the business and help
thousands to help themselves
If you don't want dam.iRed coods we
can serve you with the blKcest stock of
bargains ever shown In Kansas Of GOODS
THAT Alii! NOT OA.MAC.KD. If you don't
see the point we can show It to you If
you'll coin" to the store.
524-526-528 Minnesota Ave,,
Kansas City, Kns.
cutinK Siinun.is im I It-I! Aaron Reyn
olds was taken I.- t.uv JudKe I.ehiltd yes
tetday inurninn, who . oiiiuiltted him to
jail on the old charm- of vagrancy on
which he was convicted on March I. Will
lain Reynolds was ijlven a May on prom
ise to leave the ctt.
The Delegates Wlm Alt, nded tin, ICnlgblb
of I'jtliliiK Ciiiicutloil Ale l'le.ieil.
Tho ntemhers of tho KniKhts of I'ythlas
from this city who intended the Blate con
vention at Hutchinson this week leturned
home yesterday morning. They were all
highly pleased with the Hiteeess of the con
vention and the hmiuri. bestowed on tho
local lodges. In addition to becuilng tile
electlnn uf Judge Allien as grand , hancel
lor of the suite, and the re-election ut Otis
Nouhert as grand leeuider, Wyandotte
division No. in was awarded t: cash lor
having the best representation in the pa
rade, while fellowship l.udge. No. It. of tills
city, was awarded 11 li.-uiiilttil altar as a ru
ward for being tepiesi-nted by the largest
delegation at the stale convention.
i.ovr runt riMinc.
Mllto l,,ikod(c' II. 111, 1 Come hi Contact
Vt lilt a saw,
Mike Uoskoske, an tmploye of the box
factory at th, Armour paiklng house, met
with u serious accident y.btenlay. He was
sawing mateiial lor boxes aud his right
hand cam,- In 1 unmet with the saw. All
four linger of the light hand were com
pletely cut i,f. He wus removed to hit
home. No. tiSS .Simpson avenue, where Dr.
l M. Hteluen was called and divi-.ed his
Injuries. While operating utt l.oskoske Dr.
Ktimien nccideutalli got come bl-chluride
of mercury In his own ey.. The actd
(Mtined a ii.llntul inui. and will disable
the doctor for several days.
t.'I.AI.M". AliAI.SVP Till: CITY.
Parents Want I). linages for the Drowning
uf 'Ibelr llnit,
Chatles Wtnteta and wife, parents of
Otto Winters, who was liromud in a pond
near the corner of Tenth street and l.u
cttst avBtiuo, on Jul it, lv.ll, yesterday tiled
H claim against the city with City Cteik
Short. for 3,t d.itu.t).',.. John Wyler.tnd
wife alsu made a like claim for 'liu deaih
of their son. John Wylcr, Jr., who was
drowned at the same place and t the
'In Content fur l'r..
i"ltl Speak ami Sain M.-Ilrlde left yes-terd-o
utternooti fur l.awiviice, Kus.. to
U'Pli'seni the Kansas I'll, Kas., high
school lit the at lib .I, conltkt to be held
there to-day under tin- auspice of the
State High S' hool Athletic Association.
Speak won several prizes last year. He
and Mclltlde liae b.-t-n training for some
Arrested for righting.
Last evening James Thornton und (ieorgu
McMeechaiu engaged 111 il light at Saw
yer's livery stuldc, where i hey both work.
.McMeeehani lecehvd a severe cut on tho
forehead by a blow from Thornton's list,
The latter was aitesteii niul placed In
Jail, lie will be inialgned in the pollcu
coutt this moiiiiun ,
Tree H-nliig .Matinee.
The Uentleniei.'s Driving Asso, tatloli
Will hold Its tegular tree raclliK matinee
Ibis afternoon at Ken's paik. beginning
at J o'clock. The association will held a
business meeting to-night at Sheriff Peter
son's olllce, and mailer, of Important,
will lie brought l.eiore the association.
The regular quarterly conference will
be held at the Seventh Street M. K. church
this evening. The Rev. T. t. Downs, of
Roseilale, will -indtn t the services. He
wll also deliver the sermon at the quarler.
ly meeting- but) 1 y nurnuig.
Another JuliitUi" Arrested.
Kdw4rd Ki!cr. proprietor of a "joint"
at No. 0"-"- Jllnn-Mta avenue, was atreeted
Tbutsday uisht by Deputy Sheriff Cum-
mlnR" on two cotinls f.r ."datlon of Ihe
prohibitory law. The tu k md llNtme
er, K-ljted and taken to th- Mil v.ird. rhe
Kir was one of the M"cst In K.insu City,
Km Krlser had only been open llnee
J P. Tlmmtin nnd wife, of lMwrilvllt
were in th" city festerd.ty crtllltm on
Ml.s Daisy YotinRmttn. of Pert Seott,
Kas , in the sliest of friends on Oakland
M. I.. KAuftnnii left I.il nlKltt for Atehl"
son, where he wilt spend a few day with
Homer Iteltl, of Hauler Sprlncc, Kn..
whs In Ihe city ypmerdtty, the gttesl of
fred l-oncfellDw. of Hverelt avenue.
Miss Maud lImiton. of I'ctilnil aventlf,
Is PtilettnlnlnB her friend, Ml Sadie
Jenkins, of Peru. Kns.
. Mrs. 1.. Youiignitiii U 111 at her home,
N-i. laire stewHU nvenne.
II. P. Kilmer, of Calendar, ta., It In the
city, the guest of friends nnd relatives.
tt Merlin ttnn.a nt 'I'm.bil. u tti. ),.
been vl'tlinK MIjir Mnrttiret Illggcr, on
.Minnesota avenue, returned home yester
day. Mrs. t.otils Manker. accompanied by her
datishler, Miss Jessie Mnttker, ml neph
ew, Robert Yoke. r the guests of .Mrs.
D. M. Smith. No. Slit Ann avenue.
Airs. .1. P Kelly teltirned last evenlnu
from an extended visit with relative in
Mount Veition, O.
Twelve lots, Including one two-story
brick dwellltig, and 11 six room collage, on
northeast nrtter fifth street nnd Harnett
avenue, will lie sold at public miction May
27, IV.1R, at in o'clock, at the court hotie.
Abstract of title and plat showing location
of buildings ,an be son at W. A. Simp
son's olll, . U'j Mlntii-sei.i a.
Do you want n life size portrait? If so
trade at llrenner .i Son. grocers. 1012 fifth
W. H. Orllllth. insurance f.l Minn. nv.
Money to loan. W A. SIMPSON.
Orubel's cream soda Tor family use.
Mount Pros.' transfer. ! west 31.
N's l-:ngllh bread ha- no equal.
McHALE & CO,
1 1 7 Kan-.!! Ae.
Chub 0 Staple
: : Groceries
at Lowest Prices,
(iowl delivered to
all pans of the city
at Lowed Prices.
5 IK" I:uiit Air.
THOS. B. DAILEY
4 IT, Kanas Ave.
Our Store is full of
nargains in ,., . ..-.,,.,
limits. -iu,., Clotli- "- .... v.. .
lug. Hats, Cup", 1 I'lrsi-clasi Turnouts
!,nt' I'liriilslilng at reasonable price
Hoods, Trmiks 1, ml ! C irnor Packard st. nnd
Valises, luajievl our I Kansas ave. Tel. 13J
Stock before buying. ' open dav and night.
Armourdale Lots! John T. Sims
:iuii-!3ocash and 1 .,,,.,1.... ,.r ,,
jiu monthly, at 7 per
cent interest. Also
gte.it bargains In
iIoues and Lots.
Money tu Loan.
T, 1 11 Kansas .ie.
All bul!ies transact
ed promptly. Mar
without publicity, If
desired Olllce In the
Welsh lllock. fourth
and Kansas avenue.
.Memorial .services A V 1 1 1 lie Held Tu-inurruw-Aftcrnouu
by the 1. A. I. Veteran ut
the .Mill Street .Met hiiill.t I'bnrcli.
fieorge Ransom pot No. 3H3, G. A. It.,
will hold Memorial rvl,-c9 at the Mill
street Methodist church to-morrow, begin
ning at " oVIock p. in. The members of
the iwst will form in line at fourth street
and Kansas avenue and march to the
church by the following; route: West on
Kansas avenue. (Q Sixth street, south on
Sixth street to ,uage avenue, west on
usage avenue to Mill street, north on Mill
stteet to the (,-hurch. At the corner of
Osage avenue and Packard street the mem
bers or the Worn, n's Relief Corps will join
the vetnatis. All old soldiers and ministers
tin- specially Invited to participate; In the
Cut by lilass.
While Rimer Troupe was walking along
.1 swlti h track In the Rock Island yard
- si. rd.iy, he heard an approaching train
behind htm. In Jumping from the track he
fell to tlie ground, breaking a bottle which
he was carrying in his pocket. The broken
glass cut several severe gashes In his
abdomen, lie bled profusely until medi
cal aid was secured.
The 2-year-old son of J. F. Hill and wife
drank some concentrated lye yesterday
morning, at the family home. Mrs.
Hill was using the lye about the house.
Shu stepped out tor a moment and when
she returned the child had swallowed a
small quantity of the lye. A physician was
called and succeeded In savings the child's
William Kldd dislocated one of his an
kles by falling from a platform at Sehwarz
schild A Sulzberger's packing house yester
August Khetter Is erecting a small cot
tage on the Argentine boulevard.
The local Coopers' I'nlon hits declared a
boycott on the Hour made by Washburn,
Crosby .i Co., of Minneapolis.
Mr-. John Davidson has received the ap
pointment of statu organizer of the Wom
en's A. P. A.
ileorge Reed w a taken to St Marga
ret's hospital yesterday lie ha- b'.in sick
for sevci'tl month
Allen Hewitt, t. II from 1 fence at the
home of Allen Nash vterdav morning.
Ills eollarhoii. vvti- broken by the fall.
1I- live, at Plate Cttv. Mu, and is vis
iting Mr. Nash an. I family.
Dnm'jrist, ! ,,a",sT'
, "V . 1 Hook and Mai
('iirnrr r Mi v
Hook and Station
uvt'iitip anil hffimil
drift ha on h.iii.l u
full uih. i ttiiiitlrtt
lit of drill,", mull
rlurn uml iHTfnmi'i V.
pry. XVv carry full
lint of Mirilti
AVIUItfcins Taluts untt
licoree Simmons, i
The Local :
Aud iiopular Livery-1
nan. Im the hen rtus
111 Hie city If yolide- '
bite 10 win your irlrl ,
itnecttons lane h e r
buggy riding 1
The popu'ar Metro
politan avenue raalau
ranter, has become fa
moun by setting the
finest table In the city.
Try hltn and he con
vluccd. Argentine Bank,
Capital, - - (.,'111,000
Oldest bank In Ar
le-3. Wyandotte coun
tv df nosltorv
J. F. TIiOWBIIIDOE,
JUSTICE BE THE
civil and criminal
caies tried without
jrs-Judlcoor fear. Col
lections made without
An luleretliig Programme Arranged for
Hie .Memorial sicrilcv to He Held
Memorial set vices will bo held to-morrow
evening at the Methodist church under the
auspice of the ti. A. It. The tollowlns
programme will be reudurwl;
Hymn, choir and congregation.
Anthem, "J Will Lift Up Mine Byes,"
Male quartette. "Wave Above Them.
Song. "Au.els (Itiard Thee," choir.
Male qtiai telle, "Nation's Heroes."
.Memorial sermon, Huv. '.. S. Wuiner,
Song "Aiitei ha."
I'ariiier I'erklii. DUcli.trged.
The peculiar case of J. S, Perkins, the
farmer who vva.- charged with causing- the
illnaidiearati'-, of a horse belonglns to W,
Ulass by atta-hlng tin cans t' the hor-i's
tall, was tried in Justice Trowbridge'
court !' r-iay morning. He wa-, -
fire totally 1 trojed a large two story
residence building ut Turner early yester
day irinrnine Trie house h,1d Wen vncan'
several day when the lite occurred The
bulldlne lielnnged to J. (.' Ilrown, of thi
clty It nil ererl'! during the homn t
Tutttfr sevsral ,vsrs ago nnd was onr- of
the largtst house In the village. It cost
$!. and wa lntire,l for "P.
. .1. K Jon. rathrr-ln-lnw of William
McnenrRe. wns erlotily Injured In Kite
sns Pit', .Mo., Thursday evening by lp
Ihrown from hneey. lie lives with Mr
Medeorge In Ibl. city.
Cashier (t. A. Taylor, of the Antenlir
unnk, will return this morning from f'ht
3. Ii. Rupp Itn moveil lo Patkvlllc, Mo
Joe Parker, Hurry Hleplnbotham and 1"
'.. .McOtillooh rettimed ysterdiii from ,1
flshln trip nt Oilar Junction. Kit
Thotun Klhe Is entertaining In -.,.(, r
Miss Helen King, who lives In SpiiiiBlv 11
The liaptlst Ladle' Aid Hoilny w'l
meet next Tttestlliy with Mr. W. M It" I
ftt her home in the West eii-l.
The noun room of Justlee Trowbii-lse 1-
neinc rejwpereti unit lenovntut in R'n- rai
fr.tnk Dylnger wn locked up Sestet l.u
'harle Mold srtd John I mid vvte 1- H
lilted II by Police Juilee Klncart j,tfi.ti
on charges of lighting.
Mr and Mrs. Adttm tlpwltson have g .1
to AUiuqttetqtie. N. M.. to spin I .-vrni
C. f. Thompklns, of No, S12 Strocg -ut-litte,
s quite sick,
Dr Alexandsr will take chare- of Dr
Hurke'n Santa fe rutin nv cuces dutlhg 1 1,
nlnence of the latter.
Proressor nnd Mrs. Simmon w II sp, n
the sutniner at iheir home ut Sr 'ig II '
W. 13. Alrhlnn. of Conway Spring Ka
was In the cttv veterdv on bu.ti .-.j
lie Is one of the dltectur of tin fir
The Argentine Corti"t band held a me.
lug last night. Owing to the del.iv
getting the scrip printed, the tO' k hi
ttot yet been issued. New hv-laws
Ihe I'lnillng ,,r a Peculiar sti- Causes
scientist to Hiulve ti Number uf
A stone live feet in length and a foot
In diameter wn unearthed Yesterday morn
ing by workmen rngaged In digging u
w, 11 near L. D. Harnshaw's place, In W"d
Independence. After some trouble It was
raised to the surface, where students uf
ttrchatology pronounced It 11 petrified seal
others equally versed 111 ittitlqultles pi
nounced it to be a stone worn Into 11
present shape by the continued dripping
of water The .scientists Who said tin
stone was a in-trilled seal claimed that th.
formations of the animal were very npp.it
itil to the cloe observer. The stone vn
found about twenty-tlve feet below th.
surface of the earth, hemmed Hi by twu
different stratas of ruck. Th" th-im
is ndvanccd that while being ehn, '
sought tu escape and thus becatnP fasten. '
other students of archaeology In this . tv
set up the theory that the garden "f Kin
vvti located at Independence tu-.ii whit
Is now known ns the Temple lot an. I that
the animal belonged to Adam's 1 ollr- turn
of wild beasts. Still another theoiv w.i
advanced that the north pole at me tlnu
was located at Callatln. Mo., and th
petrltled creature was left when the pole
receded. The curiosity, whatever it may
be, attracted considerable nttentlun .vestet
day and large crowds visited the spot.
At Wuodhllld College.
The chapel of Woodland college was
again tilled last night, to witness the
operetta, "The Perry Pickers," piesented
by the pupils of -Mrs. Llghtfoot's music
class. The popularity of these entertain
ments was evidenced last night, for many
were unable to gain admittance ii'id were
turned away disappointed. Mrs. Light
foot had special supervision lat night, an.!
the entertainment of her pupil was .1
genuine success. The operetta is a pleas
ant story In Itself, but when s.-t to ani
mated music It Is doubly 1 Muesslve. Th
plot Is laid in a country town ivitli all of
the attendant lads and lassie. In bright
costumes. A p.uty of berry picker I
formed, nnd the pastoral surroundings add
to the external circumstances. The pl"
leads up to the rinding of a family In des
titute circumstances, caused bv the 1..--of
a father who Is supposed to have I--. 11
shipwrecked on the high sens. Tin 1
tiatton of the family is alleviated i.v in
berry picker. While In the midst uf th- ir
well doing the father returns, and w tn
Jojou choruses the story conv- to a c 1 .
As beautiful as the story is. It lust 11.. th
ing from it rendition last nluht h in
young Indies of the college. Tin hm 11
.singing was especially brilliant .111. 1 phas
ing. There will be no entertaimn- nt to
night. Moml.iv night comes the 11111-.. al, .
Tuesday night the elocutionary dtp.ui
niettt and Wednesday morning comim-in i -ment.
Taking a Decided Interest.
A decided Interest Is being tak-11 in th
matter of securing for Independence .1 -tem
of street taihvnys. The piopositnn. t
.Mr. Holmes, of the Rapi 1 Transit r.iihv i.
it is thought will have but tilth o posi
tion, provided the Interests of the citv ar
properly protected In the franchise A
number of citizens on South .Main tt,-t,
who at Hist were Inclined to nbie.-t. ,11
now more favorably Inclined, after h.ivlnj
the matter impartially presented to th- :n
The system will mean one tare fnun .mi
part of the city to any pan of K.111.-1-City
without additional oo.st. lt.-., nt- m
South Independence who vvuik .it Se '
Held can step on a car and b. i.iK- 1
their place of destination wain, in ,v.i
cost, or an excessive walk.
A mechanic who is emplovul -it th- 1 .1
and bolt works and lives in So-u- in im
pendence Mated yesterdav tli.it I. . 1
considering the advisability 01 ui.a u ,vnh
his family to Shetlleld, in ui.l-i -, ., , 1
the long walk morning und ,v.ni. II
was or the opinion that aft.-i th,. 1, ,1 -put
In operation .1 number of m- - ,u
would move to Indetn-nden. , , w 1.. 1. 11, .
chlldiLii could be schooled At .. ,,t ,
dozen families would make th-11 ,. -. 1
here, buy their groceries h.i, ,1111 -i-.i
their money in Independence, a mi tv.
has to be at work at 7 cannot ,iu .- 1
walk a mile before reaching ii.uisp.,, 1 ,1
The icstilt Is they live at Sli'lll, II .,,, I
up with inferior nci-omtnoihii-iii- vv ii
true of the mechanic Is tin. i th ru
fesslonal man or clerk, of when i.,.u a
large number live tn this cits.
In tlie .lustlii-' Courts.
The trial of Charles Laugh y for a-
ing the peace was called yisin.ui, ,0
Justice Millard's court. The jury 1. 1 ,1
second time failed to agree.
The case brought against Sim 1. 1 W n,
fur feloniously assaulting Ri'-h.ul I'Imu.
was dismissed. The grand Jury fall. -1 10
indict, hence tho illemlsk.il, Pljnn still 1
mains In a comatose state at his home m.ir
In Justice Bhcley's' court the , as.- of
the state vs. Mack Jam.- was partiniu
tried before a jury. When half through
the trial the state dismissed. The . v 1
dence showed that Alack James was guilty
of ex -esslve profanity, n lib 11 iitltai ted ih.
attention of Hie neighbors and pus-ihlv
1 ,iu. d some uncaclncss to the plus. - uung
witness, T. J. D-inahew. The volume ot
piofanity the prosecutor consldcrid Ha
noi slllllcient to distill b the equanimity ot
an average .Ml.-kouriau und hence lalhd a
halt In the middle of the case.
Illllt Awav ur Lost.
city Marshal llulsu iceelved word y.s
terday to bo on the lookout for two run
away boy who are uppu.d to h.- in this
city. Ijon Collins and Joe Dtennon, woo
live at No. SKA Hast Ninth stieei. Kai. as
city, are th" hoys want.-d. They hit
home Tuesday night to see tho vvoibl fur
themselves. Thursday night It was aseer.
tattled they visited Washington park and
went in swimming, .Nothing has been
heuid from them since. The runaways aivs
12 years of use.
.lain, Tciui Docket.
Deputy Circuit Cleik Henley yesterday
completed tho celling of the docket for
th, June term of tho circuit court. June
h hus been sot apart for the hearing of
all iiGii-coulesteil dlvorcu cases, of which
there Is n large niimbvr. The hoaring uf
eases to bo tried by Jury will bo taken up
Mrs. W. Ii. C'uatend, of Waco, Tex., Is
the guest of her parents, Air. and Airs. I.
N- White, West Slaplu avenue.
The Duuglask.llruyblll Jllsslon Society o
the first Presbylerlau church held a so.
cial last night lit tltv p-ulors of their
Allss Aluud Millard iiiterialited a number
of lilends last evening at her home 011
Smith -Main street.
-Mrs. II. 'V. Sherwood, of St. Lout-, is the
guest ot her patents, Air. unl Alt-. Dr.
independence lo,ge Nu. 3. Knights of
Pythias, held u meeting last high, md
worked in the rank of page.
Pied Paiker, sup uf II. P. Pailjir Is
quite III at his hum on toe Lexington
road. He Is siiffeilttg from appoint), Ri-
A telegram received In this city yi-,ter-day
announces tlie death of JIlso ,ua
Wit lira vv. In (lalenu, Kas. ills nhrovv
icslded h"ie for a number of year and
bad a large acquaintance She vv as a
nel.-e of Rev L. R. Carpenter, of this i'i.
In th" piohate court eseri,n an m.
quiry wan made Into the sanity of James
Powell, son of Alvis Powell. H was dc.
dared of unsound mind and hv will be
taken to an asylum.
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