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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY, JUNK , 1805.
FINEST IN THE COUNTRY.
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THIS CITY AMI !MIM';M)I:MF.
fMlnirlnr Tlinl Irntrl Willi tho irrel
of Rtprr 1i-iliie-Oiily tlie tlit nnil
3lett Modern Acit1iiiirr I rel.
Rome Any between Hip 15th nnd tho r.th
of the prernt month the 'ilummlt. mil
be tnken oft tho lnnn City A Initepend
nee ItapM Tnin!lt r.illtt.ty the rn.uhrs
will be tored In tho l.im nnd the service
therenftcr will lie furnthcd b electrkrly,
nlllt nn entire new equipment of the moil
modern nrr.inRptneni In every eletnll. Ar
HnKementi for (he rhnnRe hnve been In
provres for eVernl month nml during
thrtl ime n. small nrmy of men ht been
employed In Itnproi'lmr the nurfiire of the
track, putting In new lle, lullmlnn the
entire line and completing the. ilMlred
plans for the Increased nnil Improved
service the company l preiarliiK to fur
nlh Hi pttron.
In maklnc the rlianuei for (he new mo
live poiver and In the desire to serve the
patron of the line in the mot conven
ient, reliable and safe manner. Ihc com
pmj hai tinred no pxpene. or vnr. or
iloe attention to iMnll. Prom the llrit It
was ilnxlred that the erlro to be fttrnWieil
should tie the bet. the ntot reliable and
ifct, ind the whole country hai been
s oure-d for Information that would lend
to thp selection of nil of thee MfeHUiirdi
that ko to make np the renulltos
To set ready for the ihanse of motlvo
power It wa nerenrv Tor the company
to erect and equip rt power houe, make
many cluiture" in the track. liiUmtlng It
the entire ilMutice, strenuthenlnir the
TirlilKCf, el polei and Urine the wlrea for
the servlee nnd secure the new equipment
of cars Tor the roul. It Involved the se
lection of mmj thouitnli of elollus' worth
of delicate and expensive machinery and
the expenditure! of an enormous sum for
the complete equipment
The power houe l on the weit bank of
the Itlue. almost inluvvny of the line. It li
.1 brhk structure, with stone trlmmlncs.
Mv2lii feet, with one story of about twenty-live
feet In IipIkIiI. The metal smoke
"i tack rc, from ti,p building to the hilKht
of Ui feet. Wntei for Itie use nf Dm mm.
junv l secured from a well sunk many
i.-rL nviun uiq iiuuuiu 01 ine river, along
side the stream. It Is sixteen feet In elr
(timference and li calcuhted to contain all
of the water that may be required.
The Interior of the power home has every
tiiu rovi;R iiorsn
advantaRe that lends convenience and In
sures the best reultt. It Is lltted thiouKh
out with ,i double equipment of eiiRlnqi,
Kenetutors and boilers, so that every ac
ildent Is Kimt iIpiI aK.ilnst and epry pre
caution ngalnst ieln Is at hand, Cither
s-et of machinery Is amply able to furnish
power lor the entire h.vtem vxlth all ears
out on the line. The uirniiRumcnt Is this
lesnlt of experience, It Ruards iiR.ilnst de
lays that e.x and accidents that anno),
inil Insures a continuous service.
There .ire live hollers of 110 horse power
ach. .sixteen Ret in leiiRth. This b.itteiy
fiirnlshca steam for the two IiIr CoilHs
eiiKlnes In the power house. These cnRlnes
were manufactured by i:. J A11U Ac Co.,
ut Jlllwaukee, and are made to order.
They dlirer veiv materially from the aer
jirp enRlne. All of the points where tho
greatest strain Is known to fall are built
doubly htrons, and every point of pattlcu
1 ir uluiils made doubly secure to Ruard
HR.ilnst the wearlUR and accidental break
age so f.u as m ly be Klthei enRlne Is
able to run tho lino and but one Is to bo
med nt a time, so that thero is ample re
serve power alwavs it band.
These engines inn the two huge genera
tors. The generators are of different sizes
The laige, or .lumbo generator, weighs
!i,0i pounds, while the small, or mldgei,
generator, weighs hut 70.WO pounds. Tho
greatei part of the weight of these Run
nators Is wlie Thej aro dlrectl connect
eil, for omenIence, but can be operated
Mngly, and onl one is to be lequlrud In tho
operation of the line. They run elght i ev
olutions per minute and the euiupauv Is
dble to have .luj, .Vrt or S00 hoie power
t-eivlee, Just as occasion m.ij lequlre. The
ordinal y service is tNpeoted to be handled
with .!) hor.su pov.er.
Theie has been great damage done to the
machinery of electric power houses by
lightning ever since that power has been
utilised fui street inllvvuys, .mil the elee
tilclans have been studliiR how It m ly
be seemed from that danger. Uveij known
ippllauce has been te.stfd, but It was not
until very recent lv that any watlsfac-toiy
icsults were obtained The new line has
onl the veiy best and lnot approved pro
tection and the experts deel ire it to be ab
The lied wires enter the power hous-e
and connect with the Mvltchboird and
then pass to tin seneiatois. The geneia
toisaic lulls protected fiom lightning. The
tmllcy wlie is of the best quail!) ot haul
diawn copper wlie of the unpioved size
and weight. The who Is cut Into sections
of one mile in length and on each see turn
thero Is a feed vvltu eonmeted that teeds tho
power from the j,eneiators dlrectlj to the
wlie Ilich mile section Is furnish' d with
a lightning imestei, so that at the Rreatest
but onu section of tho line could be nlfeet
id bv a bolt. JJ.ic'h section vvoiks Inde
nt ndently and Is handled by the switch
board In the power house. The w Itch
board is furnistud with sl feidir panels,
(wo generator panels ami ono main panel.
On each feeder panel is a volt meter,
ampere metei, circuit bleaker, lightning
ariKSter and a quick bienU switch Tho
llghtnlnR airestei Is a precaution against
am waudiTlug bolts that might inako a
Hank movement and tiv to enter the- pow
ci house, uud is so airaiiRcd that even the
most wniy bolt Is certain to be sldetiacUed
and connected with tho ground. Hurled at
low water mark is a huge sheet of copper
(our feet square covered with charcoal and
connected with the bus. bar and stutlon
Tho main panel Is equipped with a Wes
ton station volt meter, Thompson's re
loidlriR' Watt meter, both of them helne of
recognised utility In electrle.il appliances,
Ily the usu of the feed wires and their
pioper distribution tho power of the en
glues Is so dlbti United ulong the enthe
distance of the Hue that a car has the
same amount of power to propel it at one
place as another. Ily this arrangement
the umo speed can be maintained in ROlng
up hill that is used on level giound, No
loss of power Is felt, no matter how far
the car Is fiom the- power house, so nice.
b is the power distributed and equalized.
The overhead woik of the line has been
ov.imlneil bv exnerts and the svstem 1)10-
pounced the most peifect and complete
that could be made. The tracks am bond
ed as Is done In all lines and uie. ths
noss-bonded, which Is in the nature ot
making assurance doubly sure. It belnu
a safuRiiard and guarantee upalnst loss
of puwei, broken currents and delay, 'Uio
feed wlies are tho heaviest ever used tor
that purpose on an electric, lino and the
entire bjstem is provided with a. completu
overhead return wire, so that tor, tho re
turn cut rent the sjstein does not need to
depend on the tails eiillrelv, at Is done on
other lines, Tho overhead return vvtra Is
Deecham's pills are for bilious,
nesa, bilious hsadachfc, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver.diz
ziness, sick hcadache,bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite.sallow skin.etc,,
when caused by constipation ;
and constipation is the most
frequent; cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills to and
5 a box. Book free at your
druggist's or write B,F. Allen Co.,
365 Canal St., New York.
Aonutl tote morn than .0OJ 000 bout.
fegx- - -r-A
iJJ4 yi i- i -& . fjji If HI
li Nature's warnlnc that attr blood
need nttcnltoti nl thi seitson It hns
Jol Its rlclines and vlt.illty nml every
function of tho body siifrcr In conse
Will kIvo pure, rich blood and will thin
lone mil .MmnRlhiti th s!tem nml
completely oxercotno that llreel fooling
Hnnrl'c Pillc '" litelpii, mlM, effect
I IUUU 5 I ins V. Alldnmeiiti ivc.
In use on but few of the roads in the coun
trv. It being a reeentlv devised safoRiiard.
Tor the distribution of the powei six
feeder wires are inn out ot tho power
house. Of thoe i tinning east two are
.wj.ikio circular mills and one Is .".".nooo. Those
running towaid the city are .1 "imi.iKK") cir
cular mills, a liHi.oni) elrciilut mills and a
.l'),00i) circular mllN. Thpse measure the
cm rent and equ.ilbo the power that Is
The ears for use on the line are doub'e
truck Pullman ears, -!l feet In leiiRth, niee
lv upholsteied and lilted for the comfort
ot the pnts.nger A smoking comp.titmenl
Is In each car J.'.ich car will cam 120
people with en.-o and comfort and with a
rush the company can handle lid piople
on each car. It Is reasoned bj the com
pany that with the more frequent service
It has airanRed It can prevent the ni cumu
lation of large crowds and the restlessness
that Is now apparent at times With
enough cars to meet all tho requirements a
service can be maintained that tn.iv be
lnt teased 01 diminished ns the demands
v.irj. This Is lertaln to bi s.uisfactorj to
the eomp.inv anil to the patrons
i:.ich car Is to he lighted with ilftien li -candescent
lights, nml Is geared to n speed
of thlitv-two miles per houi. The time
caul for the trains that tun regul.trlv In
the new sei vice is one that will be con
venient. Tbe tialns leave terminals every
llfti en minutes This niakis the service
at tho horn, quarter hour, half and time.
quartets. On busy dav s this Is to be in
creased to what Is neeiled The equip
ment is enough to furnish a service at In
tetvals ot Km. than two minims between
tho cltv and the park, nhlih Is as close a
it Is safe to operate cats
Tlie new service makes a ttlp to Inde
iiotnlenco in twetitj-four minutes to Wash
ington park in twelve, and to hhetlleld in
seven minutes. The tialns on the lino will
hi! In the hands of the most competent
men, and will bo operatid with ovciv pro.
caution tor safetv that It Is known
Tho companj uses no center poles, as un
used on other Hues On the line no pole
is lit m ei than eight ft et to the track, so
that the gient danger to etnploves ami
pasengerH fiom tho centet pole evil Is
Hv the use of all ingenious uri.ingenicnt
at the power house the olllceis will be able
each evening to know .lust how many
horse power have In en used 111 the opini
tlon of the line dm lug the dav. It Is re
coided ill kilowatts anil aiupeies, but (tin
easily bo changed Into hoise powet. Thus
tho cost of running the line mid the cost
of each passepgei carried ma at once lie
lien are stringing the tiolley wlie now,
nml will complete most of it to-dav They
have iinangid a neat plan foi handling
it with safety and CAto, A towet Is Inillt
on u tint cai, and n tcel with the wlie on
a cablo Is set nn the eat, ami the who Is
strung as tho car Is moved ll piopei use
of the tower tho wire Is stietclted to the
correct tension, unit done with tapldlt)
At the engine house the boilers nto set
nnd the engines nio ready to st.ut One
day this week tho bolleis ate to bo llicil
up nml tho machitier tes.lt d and made
teudy for use. The geneiatots me to bo
set during the present week, ami tho wntk
will piactlcally be completed by Satuidiy
evening, so that with tho beginning of tin
week the only wot It to bo done Is to polish
up and Inspect tho system
Tho splendid servico that hah alwajs
been given on the lines of the Holmes
svstem is to be maintained on tho electric
Hue, and everything that adds to tho eom
foit, convenience and pleastite of the pas.
sengers is to no autieu as iiiaiui niveiiuuiiii
nnd advanced ideas In science make litem
valuable. To do all this Involves enor
mous expense, hut the nuinagois havo
always found that good things aro apple
elated in this city ami that the better
tho bet vice the better tho patinuagi, so
that With tho added e.xpensi. It Is lonli
dently expected there will bo Inei eased
revenue and satisfaction nnd smiles all
a voti: roit thi: wvrurt wnmes
AMKN'nMKNT IS A VOTIJ KOU I.OWUK
(.'bus In Arithmetic.
Vlfty teachets and principals and about
tho samo number of pupils uro attending
the class In utlthmetle, and numbers now
being conducted by Professor iilsey at the
high tchool A now s stein invented bv
Professor Iilsey is the one being taught
Tho latgest number of pupils is from the
Scarritt school, quito a number coming
horn l.lnwood, Woodland and t'hice
schools. Instruction to the children has
been free, und that to the teachers has
been given for the tuition fee of 5.'. It Is
thought that alight tuition will bechuiged
to children In older to limit the numbut
who ilislro to attend. The tuition to chll
ill en will perhaps be $1 for the term. The
commeudutlou the work Is receiving ts
very Mattering Indeed. In many cases pa
rents bilnr their childten anil dslre to
have them enrolled, 1'iom a to lo o'clock
the class Is held in loom -. tho woik of
the first und second grades being discussed,
l'rom 10 to 11 o'clock the ilass is held In
study lull A. the third ami fourth grade
woik being taught. Prom 11 to 1J o'clock
the class is held in loom 1, tho work of
the llfth. sixth und seventh grades being
that under discussion. Teachers who wish
and are Interested may uttend all the
clashes and havo the benellt of all the
grade discussions. Among those attending
the class are several students from the
Uuivetsity of Kansas, and many who will
teach In institutes during the summer,
The following building penults were Is
J 11, Porter, CIS Olive street, brick res
idence, to cost 43 001).
J 11 Porter, .'116 and 2IIS Hast Sixth
street, brlik residences to cost $JtW each.
II Hiannan, .'i-'-' Tetrace street, frame
residence to cost X
Miscellaneous permits wcie issued to the
amount of 1,1W
.ImlRp sinter llntrit the Police Itellef As-
Mieliillnn I Kolirnt Institution
nnd It pit Managed,
A decree of a lompetenl court of record
ha deilnred thlt the Kansis t'lty Police
Ittllef Ao. Itllon Is n solvent Institution,
thnt Is has been sin ipssfully ntantRed,
and that any equitable clilni cut bo en
forced agilnst the rtsoclalton.
About n. month ago Hlehnrd Taj lor nnd
live others thought they were being
dli MmlntlPit ngiltist In n certain division
of funds whli h the recently tevlspd nnd In
corporated b.nv of the relief associi.
tton made provision for, and brought suit
In the i irrnlt eourt to prevPttt the piv
lug out of the funds and to h ivo a lei elver
appointed for the association
The point nt Isiip was whether the
association acted legnllv In adopting cer
t tin amendments to Hip constitution nnd
In securing tho Incorporation or Hip un.
elation, and also whether Hip funds In the
hands of the nsrotlntlnn Justified the piV
Inir out to otlltprs who might rplgn frnin
active servlie n lertitlu ppri Outline of the
tnsiipy thpy had paid In during their mem
bership. Thp hit mhers who brought thp
ult wprp members of the association, but
no longer contipcteil with the active po
lice. Thcv were not Included In the new
provision because of the fact that the
aniPtidmenl was drafted to roul onlv those
who might aftpr Its adaption nslgn from
The cusp was nrlgliinllv brought In Judge
Pcarrllt's division of the circuit rourt. but
was twlcp postponed and last .Monday was
trnnsfprted to Judge Stover's division,
where It was tried vpstprdiiv Prank P
Wnlh nnd I'. i It07?ellp were the attor
neys for the relief iiiirliitlmi.
.Itldgp Hluvirs decision dissolves the tpm
porarv restraining order prev Pitting the
paying out of thp funds ot Hip association
nnd dlpops of thp mntlpt of n receiver
for the assocl ttlon.
Prpsldpttt Plahlve said thnt the division
of the funds, us provide! In the barter,
among the rcpptitlv discharged policemen
will be made nt Iho next meeting of the
nsocl itlon, lo be held on the next city
p.iv day, whenever tint coiius.
.limes Hammond wns jpstprdny ordpred
to the state Insane asylum, at Neviult, by
the county court.
.Mrs. HpIipccii A. fltrrctt Instituted n
suit for JM d images tncplve.l In dis
mounting from it (irand nvpnup cable rail
roid car nt Thirteenth and Walnut streets
on .May IT, 1W, In the circuit court cs
terdnv. A motion for a new trill was overruled
In the ease where Willi tin T. ltlackwell
Is suing Hip llnrber Asphalt Paving Cotn
pinv In .ludge Ilenr.v's division of the cir
cuit court vosterdny by W. K. Cowherd,
sitting ns special Jtiuge.
Wllll-im Williams wis arrested Tuedi
evening bv Deputy Sam Slielhv on a I'nlted
States warrant, rhnrglng hint with selling
liquor without a license lie wa taken
by Mr Shelby to Council ItlulTs jester
il.iy moinlng. where he will answer to the
Charles I, lllunk, who hns n suit In the
circuit court aralnst the lluinme Socletv,
declares that he cannot get a fair trial
In .inv court In Jackson rnuntv and asks
for a chinge of venue to some other coun
ty. The case was originally In Judge
Slover's contt; then .Indue Dobnn drew
the case, The case will be tried In an
other county to be determined hv Judge
Dobson Commissioners weto appointed to
take depositions In tho case.
New suits Piled.
2IK?. Rebecca A C.arrett vs drand Ave
nue Cable ltallroid Companj , damages
2 mo I:. P Cowan l.umber Company vs
Nebarge & I'orrest Compmy. account.
StlperilltPlulPllt teutr Kvonerilted.
The count) court vesterdaj dlmlssd
the chnrges against O II. rientry. super
intendent of the eolintv pool farm, and
completely exonerated him from anj mls
mainguneiit of the farm. The tilnl ot the
case took an entire day nnd fifteen wit
nesses weie examined without substantiat
ing the charges made agalnrt Supeiintend
ent CJentry The ittoine for the prose
cution admitted that flcntry had nothing
to do with the alleged misappropriation of
two or thiee pilrs of overalls The con
sensus of opinion Is thit Oentrj has been
n most exempl irv and competent super
intendent of the poor farm
IT IS YOl'll DUTY TO CAST A IiAl.
1 liey lllrti ass ttie Page That Is to Ho IV-
Iteil b Them for the ,.lournal',
of dill) I.
The recul.u mnnthli meeting of tilt
I'tiu.il Su ft rage Asso latlon ot Kansas Cltv
was held jestetday aftitnoou In the club
loom of the Coat.s House, nliout tvventj
tlve members being present. Mrs. Prances
Jenkins preshlod, and His II. P. Jenkins
oci upletl the societarv's i hair Some busi
ness uppei taining to the progiess the as
socl itlon Is mailing in Its rfforts to be
reeognled as voters, was discussid. .Mis
II. 1' Coleman was i hoen lt organizer
for the association Mrs Coleman lead
an extract from a South Dikota papir,
stating that Ills Anna Simmons, pitsi
detit of the i:. S. A , and v h e piesldent of
the state W. V T I . of South Dakota,
has been organizing associations through
out the state und muting with unquallllcd
sin i ess On ono occasion she was asked
to deliver the opening piavei In the South
Dakota legislature, an honor which no
other woman has befoie or since shared
In tlulr efforts to si e that the citj's
sunit.uy laws ate tnfoned. the 1 idles of
the association ire meeting with gnat en
couragement and are pursuing their la
bors with renewed vijol each dav
The Indies of the I'qunl Stllfiage Associa
tion will have one n i.t hi the Woman's
Journal, to be Issued bv women fiom this
allien on Jul I Arrangements for ilnssl
fjlng tho in ittet to be published on that
piM have been unsigned to llrs.
Prances Jenkins. piesluini of the
i:qual Sulfr.igc Association and all
articles intended for that pige
must be handed lo llts Jenkins
Tlie lattir has wiltteu to .Mrs Clara I'luip-m.in-Cntt,
of New . ork. the probable suc
cessor to Hiss Susan II .Millions, to the
president) of the National lJepi.il Sulfr.ige
Association, to piepnto an tutUle for that
issue and make it as stiong as slue possl
blv can llrs Catt will speak 111 Kan-as
City some tliiui ilttrlng tlie appro idling
full, On Prlday afteinoon, June 21, fiom .'
till .1, the meinbeis of the llqu il riulfiuge
Association will meet at the tesldeiice of
.Mrs. John II. Stone, SOU Prospect avenue',
.Mrs Judge Allen villi lead a pipei on
"lliinle Ipal (inurnment," and the piogtess
ot the l.iiual Stllfiage pagu In the Journal
will be dlstiissid
NO VOTIJIt SIIOPI.D PA II. TO CIO TO
Till: I'OI.I.S TO-DAY.
Agnew and Vlil'o) DUi linrged.
I.on Atnew and I. I' .MeCo), atiested
Tilesel.i) night on the chaige of vagrancy,
weie airalgucil lit police court jestcrduy.
Judge Jones illschutgid both men on the
giound tint state chirges should have
bien piefeiied against them. Chief of
Police Irwin stntecl that no state charges
would be eiitetcd against the men. Ills
motive for placing Agnew under artest
was to picveiit the pii.e tight between
1M Thompson and Agnew The piUe tight
was advetllsed to occur on Tuestlu) night
at Sullivan's lit If I; )uid, on I.xlla avenue,
IT IS YOUIt DPTY TO C'AhT A IIAI,
m. winj to peij a litile more hW
tk price chafed )or tie ordinan
trade tobaccos, will find to
brand superior to all otKer&
BEWARE Or IMITATIONS.
1..V Kill IK 'ID HI SI I'lllM.
t.lriilrnant Smith, Military InMraelor nl
Mctitcniuit i;. V. Smith, of tho I'tiltcd
Stntes army, who hns been detailed .18
tnllllnry Ittsltttctor nt linker tmlverttll),
nt llalilvvlti, Iii5., for Uio just jettr, wns
nt the IV.ltcs) llotte list i veiling.
Sdiool, nt Mint Institution, lun closed
for (lie j cut1 nmt ho was on lil vvn)
liisl to attend tho closing eerclses nntl
graduation festivities ut V-t i'olnl
Ho Plopped In the city to visit some
friends hole, nnil will continue the trip
MetttPiinnl Smith Is ver.v much
dea(d nt Iho results of lite llrst ear's
lullttiuy work nl HnKcr unlvcislt.v.
I'p l t lie present time tho facility nl
lovveel Hie students lit elect ni to w beth
el thcv took the military eoivlesi or
nol, but in the future It Is lo be com
pulsory nnd nil students nre to bo en
tolled in Hint work Df coiuso, with
the liicteasiMl tillinltcrs there will be
tdetiteiuint Sinllh Is very ntpclolis to
get to West Point nnil witness tho grail
tinting exorcises! nt the mllltitt) pchool
tlieic. lie Is Interested, us ho Is u
gi initiate nntl linn some Vety win tit
friends In the list of graduate. Among
tho number Is Sir. Thomas D.trr.ib, of
I.eiivcnworth, who Itassed the tlgld ox
iimlnatlou with n very high griitlc uud
will leitve the .school with it splendid
roiimi for idllclcncy uml mllltuty nt
tllltlllle'llts Discussing the mnttcr of Kiinsns
ctMdti.itet. last evening, l.lciileimiit
Smith s.ild that It was remutkiihlo the
nttmlwr of bright men who enine front
Knnsns nntl went thioiigh West Point
"Now, theie W Cilptnltt ('roylet, who Is
fniin Leavenworth," he said. "He Is
one of the brightest men In the uiniy
to-day, lie Is u citptuln In the ordnnnce
(loiKit Intent nnd bteti vety much
lnteii'sted In the work of the heavy
guns, to which the government has been
paving so much attention lntelv lie
1ms done exceptionally line work In thnt
lllie nnd Is now di'opH engaged In nil
urr.tngeineiit for u dlsappeai lug gun
cnrrltige for the heavy pb-ccs uod In
the govetnnient works In till ot the
woik done lie hns shown gicut nkill
nnil Ingenuity nnd hns won the ndtnl
rtttlon ot the stipetlor olllceis for It."
Tinnti: Am: Tititr-i: noi:s" on thi:
i ts pott to-day's i;i,i:rrio.'
snt.vrcu thus! ai.d.
vi:sr roiT aitijcami.
several lo 'Ihrougli u lllgld 1'iiittilimt lim,
lint Onl) it IV w Average High.
The competitive exatnlnntlon for entrance
to West Point was esterebi) conducted nt
the high school under the management of
Principal Ittichannn and Supeilnlendent 11
it Walker, of Ulgginsvllle, Mo The ex
amination occupied the entile day. It cov
ered the subjects, spelling, grammar, arith
metic, t'nltid States history nnil geogrn
ph Some thought the examination a puz
zler and some that It was a walkawav.
which, howiver. Is generally the cac The
folowlng candidates offered themselves for
examination, the nddre-s and age of e.uh
being given Hubert U. Wood, ill (iirlleld
av.ntio, aged If.; Dean II Ilradv, I3lf 11c
fiee street, 17; II, Klrb Crltti mien, :'.U)
Lexington uv ' 'e, ltj, William O. .Maxwell.
Mount Washington, 16; Hugo Lund, liuT
Summit street. 17; W. I". Thompson, SltJ
Michigan avenue, 17; Otis Pattlsnn, 1S11
Unst seventh street, 17, William P Cas
tello, 1112 Ilellevlew avenue-. 17, lluford
Dai nail, Sil Wab inli avenue, 17, D D Dun
kln, Indtpeiideni e, !MI Clarenee Howe, 2.111
Itellefontnlne avcntii-, 17, David Cook, Ulx
We si Tenth stieet. ; Albeit Nathan. 1WI
Uuclld avenue, IS, Oeorge It Peuke, "'l Wa
bash avenue, 10, Prank Not man. li' Jef
ferson stieet. 111. Scott Kenned) HIS Tr.i
cv avenue, 17, Thomas II, Heceuds, Itlue
Splines. 17. W. r Hock, tnukner, .'a
W C Hock, Scott Kennedy and Thomas
II Ceroids elioppcd out before the exam
ination was completed All the others
stood it thtough to the bitter end, although
some mule ver) poor grades
liobeit U Woods, who giadiiated at tin
present eomniencement fiom the high
si hciol, made the highest grade SI per
cent. B K Crittenden made the second
best grades, averaging 77 per cent and a
fraction. D. D, Junkln made the thin!
Some of the bov s thought they could pur
siinde Wood to give up the commission as
he has nn opportunity of going to Yile
next vear Ills father, however has told
him that If he would go to West Point he
would give htm a ttlp to Uttrope befoie lie
goes. Sir Wood is undecldevl whli h eollege
he will attend. Tlie commission will l is
sun! as soon as the pit) tJc.il examination
Is taken, .
Tlltl.D or .IAII
t'liurllH siicniiiiii s, His llele'iie through
Habeas ( orpns True ecdlligs.
Attornev P I Kimball, of this cit) coun
sel for Charles Sherman, appeared before
Judge Woftord jcslerdi) and nskcl thai
.1 writ of habeas corpus Issue showing
cause why Sheiman Is detained In Jail
Sherman was arrested a few clay afur the
Nell Chiles shooting and sentenced to p.i)
a tine of JiiO foi earning concealed weap
ons, lie claims that hi did not em I) on
cenletl weapons as n regultr thing, licit
when he was culled that night awn) from
home, he put a pistol In his pot ket for f. ar
of ttoublc that might arise li w is
thought at the time of Sherman's artist
tli.it he had a hand In the shooting ot
Chiles, but It Is fast losing ground
In the petition lor the wilt of habeas
corpus, Shetm.in's attornev asserts Hut
Sheiman Is wiongftlll) kept In Jail lie anse
Justice Adams, before whom the case was
called, did not hear the case, as Prosecut
ing Attornev Jaiul-on had negleitid r diet
hoc think it ne'cis-nr) to tile Inform ition,
thus ptec lulling the defendant flout a nl.it
, Ige W'oftoid will heal the points argued
' o'clock June ID.
I .HUltU AHU TIIIH.i: ".VOLS" OX THU
HALLOTS POIt TO-DAY'S ULUCTION
SC'lt.VlCH THUS! ALL.
( labs (or W ooieii's latltion of tbn "Journal."
The presidents of all literary and philan
thropic clubs are eordlall) Invited ami
earnestly uquestcMl to send Ii.iinn of prcs.
blent and sicietar). date of organU itlon.
with bilef sketch of work and purpose ot
Hie society, to .Mis llenr) F. Woollej,
S.L'7 I'on si avenue, Kansas fit). Sin. Tho
Information Is espetlall) desired for the
l'ourth of July women's edition of tlie
Journal. Uvety society bhould be repie
.sented. LUT UACIl VOTUU DO HIS DPTY TO-
Vlarrl igo l.tieiuiis lKiied.
Tho following couples were jcsteid.i) li
censed to Wecl:
Ltnclley O, Sloore, Kansas City ii
Adllone Lynch, Kansas Cit) Ti
Carl Itirnhart. Kansas fit) 3i
Siism V IlodKinau, Kansas City i'l
Hiram W Slieildau Kansas city Vi
.Mnttle J. Iteedei, Kansas City 21
lienjamlii V A rear, Kansas CH) at
Tcsslo Slorrison, Kitusas cit) , S3
William A. Totten, Indianapolis, lud. . a
liatlle Jones, Indianapolis, lud ,,,,.,.,..,z:
A VOTU POIt THU WATUH WOI1ICS
A11UND1IUNT IS A VOTU POIt I.OWUK
The fallowing births were reported to the
health elepailmcnt jeoterda):
liradlleld. Stephen and DHnaj girl;
Uighth and SIlll htrreU; June 5.
Stewart, James and IMn.i, hoy; PVO i:.ist
Plfteenth fctteet: Slay S.
Willi mis, P U ami Anne; girl; ICmO iiist
I'ourteenth stieet. Stay SO.
deny, W V and 11. j girl; 003 U.ist I'lf.
teenth street. Hay 1'J.
Taylor, Oeoige and Hattle; girl; C!l Cump
bell street, June I
Dlvluey, Hlihael and liary; girl; 1201 lies
ervolr avenue; June I.
Odell, J 11. and iluby U.; boy; 2120 Agnes
avenue; Slay ."J.
NO VOTUK SHOPLD FAIL TO GO TO
Till. POLLS TO-DAV,
The following eleaths were reported to
the health department )esterday:
Oilmore. James 11 . 37 years; 1737 Orand
avenue; Hay 31; alcoholic poisoning; burial
In Ulmvvood cemetery.
Sommeiend, Ksthei; BI sears; 1019 Camp
bell street; June 5; heart disease; burial In
Stenup.Katle; .'9 ) ears: 2310 Holmes street;
June 3. surgleal fever; burial In Sts, Peter
and Paul's cemetery,
GOING TO ST. LOUIS TO-NIGHT?
llurllngton Itoute train leaves at 8.1$ p.
ro. The only line running three sleeper
with new eltsant compartment berths and
buffet. Service uaiurvasned.
Where HnllnM for lice t linrtff Ainfnd-
meiits Will lie t nsl nl tho Special
Tim following are Hie polling places for
tho special election lo be held to-cla)
PIHSP W Alt!) , ,
Precinct 1 Corner Seventeenth nnd Lib
ert). Precinct 2- Wyotnlhg.
Precinct .1 ll.v W'est Ninth street.
Precinct 1 Pt tidergasl house, 1320 St.
. . SECOND WAltDi
l'reclnel cV-imt Itrnndwa)
Precinct - p, mc houe
Precinct 7 Centropolls hotel.
Precinct Penh stret.
Precinct n-Cnites House
Precinct 10 pit litltimon avenue
Precinct II in Hotentli street
Precinct U Cnrclnvn hotel.
Precinct It-Thirteenth and Central.
li reluct H-n.i)' Slain.
I-'OI ItTII WAltD.
Precinct II lfi7i Slmllon avenue.
Precinct lfi-7P. Wtt Pourteenth
Precinct 17-Sotithwisl comer Sixteenth
Precinct islir2 Main.
Precinct i-tj.i Mam
Precinct so pa West Seventeenth.
Precinct 21- I71 Allen iiionue.
PIPTII WAIID ,
Precinct K -71 Southwest bmileiarc!.
Precinct si Si.'l Sothwest houlevnrd.
Precinct 21-jWii tlrninl avenue.
Pri'cltict 2V-r.it7 U.tst Sixth treel
Precinct xft. C,l Independence avenue.
Prciliict 27 111 tlrnnd avenue.
Precinct .N-'nil List Plrih street
Precinct e si indsiHinletiee avenue.
Precinct roLMI Imlepeiidi nee avenue.
Precinct .11-1 mi n.ist Plfth street
Prulnet 3J-tvc Independence avenue,
Pti-clncl XI Vi Independence avenue.
Prec Inet .11 -.tou Culnotte avenue.
Pucitict 3.1 Sixth and Prospect.
Precinct Si'. Sin Hull pemlcncc avenue.
Pieclnet 37-2KH I'.ast Twelfth sttcct
Precinct . Is Tenth and tlarileld.
Precinct 39-1417 Hist Ninth
Precinct M-I3iti Pat Twelfth,
Precinct II 101.1 Hast Twelfth.
Preclni t I.'-Ml Last Twelfth
Precinct 11 Auditorium
Precinct II Tinner hnil
Precinct IV-Twelfth and Mrtiec.
Precinct 4fi Irv In place.
Plecllitt I7-IW1 Slctlce.
Precinct H 101 Uasl lllghteenth
Pucitict l'e-711 Last UtKhteenth.
Pieclnet .V-iil7 Hast Plfteenth
Pieclnet fil-ClJ Last Plfteenth
Pieclnet r.2 1 1.'7 Virginia
Ptecliut 5.11111 Hast P.lchteeiith.
Pieclnet r.l-1 mi Hist fourteenth.
Precinct fl Slitl Past Plfteenth
Pieclnet Hfr-Jils Last Ulghteenth.
Precinct 57 2"x Unst Ulghteenth.
Pieclnet ." 3i"i Holmes
Pieclnet .V .'Ill's Holmes.
Pieclnet I.O-2I0S Vine
Precinct 1 12122 Vine
Precinct 02-2iil'4 Olive.
Pn elm t M 2I'U olive
Who use SOZODONT have onlv to open
their lips to pi ovo Its excellence. Their
white, Rle lining, spotless teeth nnd fla
grant bti'iith will tell the story There Is
more demand for this wholesome and un
exceptionable prepnr itlon than for any
other dentifrice In the market
sherllT O'.S.lll III I'arnest.
"Whv nnv mini who Is In business here
should hesitate lo vole for the amend
ments," s,i, SheillT John P O'Neill )es
terd.iv. "Is something pist llndlng out If
the water woiks tetalus Its bold on us
and tho pirk millet Is defeited, the result
will be u seilons check to business here.
This Is no fairy t lie, but a dangerous
fact which eveiv in in should geq Into
his head I am Jusi ns confident that the
defeat of the amendments will give- the
city a hiekset that ve'.irs villi not enable
us to recover from, as I am that the sun
will tse In the morning Theie Is more
than a possl hlllt tin re Is a danger men
acing us The w iv lo avert It Is to vote
foi the amendments
I Iqucir for IvilllNls.
Shipped dm, In secure packages by
OUOHOii UYSSULL. Druggist.
Opposite waiting ruoni. Union depot
Spaiklc and vim.
I;ull of fjootl health.
lciill nf nciircl li.i.rr rmfcrl
.... v.. .w.i,..b uuit.
Everv' bottle of
this irrcat cfiervchcent
temperance beverage is
of health a source of plea-
Mire, the mentis of making
you fed better awl do better.
You make it yourself right
at home Get the genuine.
i c loot fm but U cc on
THF ( II is 1 . Ulllis HI , i MLdlpkU.
Should not fail
to call here this
week iT they
want great bar-
KANSAS CITY PIANO CO,,
1215 MAIN ST.
We Will Sell You
A Cinocl JO-inch Lawn Mower for,, .'. IS
A liiiod itMnclt Lawn Mow or for,,, S.07
A tioott 1 1-tiicli Lawn .Mower for, 3.13
We have 27 Different Styles of
Gasoline Stoves from $2.25 to
S31.00. Also 20 styles Gas
Stoves, from 85 cts to SGo.oo.
Ice Boxes from $3.98 Up.
The Best Made Line of Water
Coolers at Lowest Prices.
Loe wen Bros.
1209 and 1211 Grand Ave.
At Doggett Dry Goods Co.'s.
Thousands of the keenest buyers are availing themselves daily
of the advantages in this SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE, Livciy
trade here I Worthy stuffs await you in every department at liberal
discounts from earlier prices in other words, we allow you the profit
and sometimes considerably more on thousands of articles
,Hlnek SHr, ti Skirts, ileum cl-innv vvl.lo
shapes, ;;, for
lll.iek Hitfen ami Itnllin -loth, Itonne-vil
vv llh .Morrfti, at
75c. 98c, SI. 25, $1.50, SI. 75.
Sovrr.il pf. lal lots far In luiv vnlur
on siinc oiinlrr vv vv ill , lu c out all
our culciteil Hash skirts nt
75c nntl 98c.
('ort't fovnrs nnrl half rl.
All linnets ve-rv lui cut tint: on Hlnc
hun, Sulvpl Silkji, eicilf an I Tevlttt unit
lue, Ori,Mliille", Law tn. ot
Don't tot)one' .Venn pli Hon, for tlte
tifst intte-rtu will uoii In koiu
Did you ovor soo sucli
n prantl Wnlst for so
Black Dress Goods
THREE SPECIAL VALUES.
BLACK SERGE -6 i". wide, all wool,
it's our regular 79c quality, for. . . .
BLACK MOHAIR fr Skirts 40 in
wide, regular 75c quality, for
BLACK TAMISE-4& " wide, all wool,
the right thing for summer
Our rouul.r Tile- value
Ktcrjlunly Ih r,iitlnit:itlc 0r Our
Wlilto and In oolorod Rroundx, eoiniuonc
Iiut .11 low- as 19o 11 J aril,
Aru yon guttiner. any ol tliuin in
this Grainiest Juno .S.ilu? Puces it
ilticutl 111 onlor to forco tlu salo of
Lislo and Cotton Union Suits anil
Vests soparato at the ino3t Mirprisinj;
DOGGETT DRY GOODS CO.
Tho Old ltrlinlilo Durtnr.
C.riidimto in .lleMllclnc.
Authorized liv thn Stnto to treat
ciiarunti I'd or money rclunile-cl. All incctlclne'i fiirnlsliisl rci.icly ror use. rn ijctcn
t Ion from Imsines-i. l'.ittciits nt n illMunto trt -vnd Py matt 4111I crpre ?. Medle-liici
rxperieneonm important. Stato 5 otir easo ami bend for terms. Cousultallou is ireo anil eouu
denllil.eitlierticrsnii.illy or Py letter. . . ... . ,.
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (&
nroitucinit los'et, iiliniiloinnclldoteliesoo tho fine, rti ties- of Plood to liead, litlaH lu Paek, eon-(um-iI
Ideas' and foraelfitl'icht, liashtulneas, uversi" n lo i-oeicty, losi of M'TiiiiI poer, Ios of
manhood, ie . t ured for life I cjn Btop t il nl';ht l.isses. restc.ro lost prxuul power, restore uervo
and brala povTer, cnui,;u ami htreuctueu weau
C.Mthilic thit terrihlo disease. In nil Its I Sfrirftire Pcnnaucnu
SypnillS, ,orms ,,,,,1 FtaKei cured frjoLril-tUll- c.maiic. hi
llto. lllood I'olioiiliur. SM.1 )isr.ies, I'Iccrs. founds. No p i!n. no 1 vpoai
. . ...... ,..n..,.l....nnn.ll!lr.l .1 nil til I I IIS,, f llO Tfeflt llll lit. lit. llOllle'.
inm.anf Prlvntii UlseaseM tiosltlvelv eurcd or
Rnrvlr tur Poth Feics, to paces. C7 plcttires. I
IJUUIV truoto life, with till ilcsLriptlon "fl
aliovoillea-es. tho elfeets nnd cure, nut neil -
odin plain wrarpefforfie.liiht.uni's. Keudtliis
lime nuoK iinuuii!icverii3i.ui ciueMiuua.
rree museum or Anatomy ihoubamuofiurieisities ia sa. .oap..
llfn.ilitnTnnileI nn.l war flmirrt. deet-lT Imtircai tho mlud; a ue-hooi of m I Stinilatis 10 to 12.
lifo-llliomodcH and wax flpuret. deeply Imprcai
3tructlon a sermon w lthout v ords.
structlon a sermon witnoin.v.oras.
V Hlhav tRoa decmlfj In iht bank, which I
lrrep-u anties. I heir enua as
6 t s I m f l.'K.vVif .va'SriffKfnsif R.TTJiT'yrn
Nu3wnUUi. H 1 nl " Xi f iniiHi""f"r"ir'" i fn'rii 7m!
as thousands of happy women, both old and young, in all parts
of the land can testify. Prepared by the world renowned anil
famous French physician and surgeon, Dr. Du Lap, ol Paris.
Price, $i box; 6 boxes, $5. JOHNSON BROS,,
Druggists and Chemists,
1 107 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo.
Sole agents for the United States. Mail orders promptly
Goo Grades, re-iaotubltt if Icei auU prompt
ASK FOR A
Tho MRRGAKTIliK IS TUB FAVOHITB TEN CENT rifiAl!.
I'or talo ty till I'lrst-rlafs Dcckrs. Manufari ured lv the I', It. llll i: Mi:itr.M II. i: III VI;
CO. Fictory Na atH hL l.ouU. Ma Cius. V' Lamii. Western Act., Ml l.ydla Ave. Iv'as. tl'r
iDeatherage Lumber Compai,
UftTH, SHINGLES, SflSH, DOORS AND BLINDSs ':
WHITElyELLOW PINE,. I
Tiy the Journal,
Our cetiot l)iisim ha rcac-hoel Ihp crand.
hi proportl it" a. I lat r.s or 1 lift in
the' ihad" Tho fi I l- no "In drpart
tnr-nl Ih Uio cltv I Klvinn anjivlure- noir
tlir valuos in Shoep ai c in lie f tire 'I lioro
llundrecls of now etntoinor ntaJo inonlhl
FOR THE BALANCE OF THIS WEEK,
Lulio' JIM Otfordi co nt W
l.rt-ll. ' jt) iifure will ku at Hip
Laillen" W I'rltiip Alliort wilt tri) at. J1 -o
HiTlntt I'nlf oxfonli, KM, for.... Jits
ul Klil rufcir.ltc .?.".. for I
Itniid Turtle. I Sltood. Jl in, for j.'"
M.hoV llutton .'hoi-, !." for $1
Children' Tan Slioei", 1 25. for 7.
lie sni-r. to , nrc all the alrt j ou nr
likflv tei want for tlie1 roiu.ilnlui; month
of tho cnr.
To iiiiikn our Juno Sale In thN ilopart
tui'iit etlll inm ! iiitriii'tlvt1, ami to elln
ie)M of u many kooiN iik p hkIMc lie
foil1 Invontoiy, n spoi-i.il cllse-oitnt of jo t
pot cent will lie tnki'ti ftom nil snle-it '
of J.'Oti uml ovor fur ;oeiis not liie-liulcd
In spoolnl f.ili-e, wltli th" inception of
white' china anil open stuck piitteins
of ilt coi 11 tee! c'liliiii It will Include
Lamps !llk hIiihIi s, Jnrdlnli'res, fancy
elilna, utt koucIh, wlilto nntl ilicorati'd
scml-lHlte-olaln l.ilde,vvnre KliiHsvvitio,
iloe'or.iti'd cltumlie'f fets, tdlwrvvuri'. oto.
Tills tllscount sale will rotnincncc
Tho Cle'.tilni: Sale Iiiih lioe-n n Rranil
sue'Ci'sM .so fur thin we'idi, but there- are
luiKi' itt.intitle'ii Ht 111 to orovvd off.
9th Street, Kansas City, Alo.
Olile.t In Ak", I.onccit I.ej.-iitrei. . iiocnia
imr Xi irur i-iie-eu.i i cm... .-.
CHROMIC. NCItVOUSari SrCCIAL DISEASES, fures
rii.uws low. ()vi r W.t 1 ixei ciireu. nw unci
pans auu mau juu m, iu. iuui.tjbs-,
pennaucntlv rured without
icing, nouinii-i or
vposure J'atieut cas
1 1 ) I. ...-.-.' f til '1T10 (.rent. Turkisli
i ivnwuniuujiii Itlieuitialio Cure. v.
IttTlM" flTIHV 1-1,.. .,rr.nt..st. .ll..mrv In the
.... ...bw..." -.. t. ...- -. '
InunaHi.t iiieiiieuii. e,'n- euiso files reuei; i
lfewilososrcinoia lover unci pain in loinii.:-
Jiuroln u few itivi. tend Muiemrnt of ca-n,
.... n...... .. v....... T7TnQ,
Tor Jllirn Only. Hepiciewiin i "" -
tho mlud; a uchool of in I Sundays
nil forfttt far abou Ulscrtei that I cannot nn.
A SAl?li.CHR'I A1N and hM-KC IL'AL
Remedy in .suppressed or painful menstru
ation. A I5OSITI i and uaranteed
remedv to l'REVliNT .-liifi CnRHKiVr
an eininef oo-ue do! nor ovist
MAIN OFPICE andYARP
I I Kv &"H WRUsB
4tMt)ery tiivu ut nuopportuutiy tnpron H
oW.M's.. I TetcPh0"e 223.
45c per month.