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TTIK KANSAS CITY JOUIlNATVKDXESDA'S, JUNK tn, ISOJ".
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COMMITTEE'S STRONG REPORT,
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FOR Till: ItlflMTS IT (HUMS
Bntnrnt tiuptirtiinl Amendments Aililril
to the Ordinance nuil Arcrplcd
bj the Ciinipinr Hnrrl.
Cei.'s Itlil nil the Itiinils.
I?y the votes of the entire membership of
the lower homo ntiil kcvcii of the clsht
aldermen prevent In the upper home last
JilKht, the ordinance cxleiulltii; the time of
the expiration of tho various clreet rail
way franchises owned nml controllcil by
the consolidated Metropolitan rjstcm to
July J, IDS, hm passed. The ontlnnncc
was considered nt leiiKth hy the pulillc Itn
provcmctits committee of hoth houses,
nearly nil day helm? token up In tho dis
cussions of Its provisions. Coulicllmen
llrown, Olson nml Kid well, the lower house
committee, nml -Aldermnn Hhlnnlck and
Wjno, of tho tipper house, were present
nil of the time. l)r. How man nml Alderman
Phillip were present part of the time,
Two Important amendments were added
to the ordinance In commltteo nml nitrced
to by the representatives of the company.
The first I tho addition stiKKested by City
Counselor McDouriiI, which makes the
terms of the ordinance npply to lines tho
company may acquire, control or operate
In the future during the life of the. frnn
rhles ns extended. The other was a section
which provides thnt the company shall
release the city from any claim for dam
ni;s which mny arle out of the change
of iho Krado of the tracks on Highlit street
becane of the chunse of the grade of tho
ptieet tnndo necessary by thu change In
City Comptroller Shannon sent tho bid of
X. W. Hnrrls Si Co. for the water works
bonds to the upper house. On motion of
Mr. Htittln It was referred tc the finance
committee, with President Tlernan ndded.
Councilman 01on Introduced n resolution
which passed the lower house, directing the
city engineer to pmp.trc plans for a via
duct at Twcnty-thii I street.
Tho Upper House.
When the ordinance passed by tho lower
house, providing for tiansfera upon thu
lines of the Metropolitan Stieet Hallway
Company and tho uniform expiration In
1925 of nil the street railway franchises
owned by It wns read In the upper liou-u
of the council last night, Alderman Huttlg
moved that tho rules be suspended and the
orrllnunco read a second and third time
and passed. Ho said thu compiuy wanted
to float n lurne amount of bonds to obtain
money with which to maku improvements
In the consolidated sstem. Aldeimuu Wno
seconded the motion.
Alderman Morgan said that whllo ho wns
opposed to giving away franchises to cor
porations without compensation to thu city,
ho would vote for the oidluance.Thetransfcr
nnangement provided for In tho ordinance
and tho Improvements that would be made
by the company would compenMile the peo
ple of the citv for the extension of the
iranchlse-s owned hy the company.
Alderman MonNon said the ordinance
wns, In his opinion, radically wrong, jet
he would vote lor If. "1 know it Is going
to pass, und I nm going to get on the band
xvngon," snld he. "I don't believe in tho
city giving away franchises."
The 01 din. nice was pasted by n vote of
7 to 1, President Tlernan easting the nega
tive vote. Aldermen Kjssell and Johnston
Comptroller John Shannon sent tho let
ter received b him from N. V. Harris
A- Co.. of Chicago, offering to take tho
J3,Ohj,oh) water woiks bonds at n greater
premium than olTeied by tho pmchastrs.
On motion of Ableiman Jluttlg it was re
ferred to tho llnnnce committee and Pres
The lower house ordinnneo authorising
the Standard Oil Company to eieet build
lugs and tnnks at Twentieth find Jlnuisou
Sticets was passed.
An ordinance piovldlng for substituting
nsphalt for vitrified brick In paving Wy
oming street fiom Twelfth to Sixteenth
street, which came from the lower house,
was also passed The paving Is to bo done
by the stock yards company.
Ordinances piuvlding for sprinkling the
following streets, w libit passed the lower
house nt a pievlous meeting of the council,
weio also passtd: Main, frnni Thlid to
Nineteenth; Tenth, tiom Main to (Irani
incline, St T.onis avenue, ftom Fnlnn ave
nue to the state line: Del.iw.iie. Horn
Fourth to Ninth; Walnut, from Fourth to
Thirteenth, Ninth, fiom Main to liro.nl
way; Hleventh. fiom Main to Ginnd ave
nue; Wyandotte, fiom Second to Ninth;
("rand avenue, from Hlghth to Twi-ntj-iirst.
Seventeenth, irom Madison avenue
to Holly stieet
The house passed nil ordinance to tako
tho place of the milk oidlunnce which
Judge Wofiord, of the criminal couit, two
weeks ago declaied Invalid, because it was
passed over the veto of W. S. Cowherd,
when he was mayor, nud not certllii.il as
passed as t equina by tin" city ehaiter. It
differs but slightly from that nidlnauce.
An executive session of the house was
held, nt which the name of H. II Hunt,
nominated for compti oiler, was rejected.
Ill tin Lower House,
Every member of the lower tiouso was In
his seat ivhen Speaker Stoner called the
house to older for last night's council meet
ing. After passing a. couple of minor Im
provement ordinances, the housu took up
tho Metropolitan Stieet Hallway Com.
p.iny's franchise extension ordinance,
Theie was a report from the publics Im
provements committee, to which It had
been referied, recoinmendlliK the passage
of the oidluunee with certuln amendments.
The report, lifter reciting the mnendments,
gave the reasons why thu committee
made such u lecouimeiidatlon. Tile teport
rends as follows:
"Your committee, together with the pub
lie improvements commltteo of thu upper
hoiiK'i have consldeit'd the said docu
ment, and both committees unanimously
recommended and snggLsled tho tollowlng
and accompanjlng amendments, designat
ed 'A,' 'H,' 'C and 'IV irnd your commit
tee recommeuel that tho ordinance elo pass
us amended. Your committee feels in
duty bound to rail nttention to tho fact
that the city or its cltUens should lerelvo
foine benefit from the valuable finnehlse
-which it grants to this corporation. And
In this ease we think the cltj's Interests
ore protected, Thu iiveiuge unexpired
terms of the Metropolitan Consolidated
Street Hallway Company's franchise
amounts to tvventj'-two and pne.hulf years.
In this extension, thu city munis, there
fore, an additional seven and one-hnlf
j ears, and In so doing the city and citi
zens reap several benefits, which our
committee enumerates us follows;
"First The mere fact that all the fran.
chlses expire at one time will in Itself
place the city in thu best possible shape
to make, to It, the most favorable terms
for several of the said franchises at the
'Second The Btreet railway company, by
having said extension granted, will be in a
(better position to at once inaugurate Im.
provements on Its roadbed, purtlculatly
the Hast Hlghth street Hue, which will
amount to at least fiHW.ooo,
"Third Uy the franchises under which
the street railroads have been operated,
transfeis wete compulsory only at the fol.
lowing points: Fifth and Main streets,
Plfth and Delaware streets. Twelfth und
Main streets, and Fifteenth and Holmes
etreets, transfers at all other points be
ing wholly voluntary, Hy this system of
transfers provided 111 this new ordinance,
a passenger can, for one fare, ride from
any one point on any line to any point on
any other Hue, excepting In such cases
only where It might be possible for a round
trip to be made from one Hue to unother
by one fare only. This latter would be
unfair to the railway company and the
city does not ask It. Hut Instead of ask
ing the railway company for a percentage
on Us gross earnings, the city asks and
obtains for its people a system of trans
fers for the ensuing thirty years, unsur
passed and probably not equaled in any
other city in the United States. Aud by
this proposed system of tiansfers, the pub.
lie of Kansas City practically have a. re
duction of fare fiom 5 to 2'i cents. When
consideration Is given to transfere between
the different lines, there is thereby given
to the citizens directly a far greater bene
fit than they could possibly derive were
the city to receive a percentage of the
gross earnings for tha last seven und one
half years of the future thirty.
"Tien further, the Metropolitan Street
lltllwAy Compiny binds Itself by Ihls or
dinance to Brunt transfer from IM pres
ent lino to nny line which It might In the
future build, ncqulre or purehuse In view
of tho above nnmed benefits, your commit
tee feel thai, with tho put liberal nllr.v
of the rfilib' railway owners toward Kan
sn Cit, whon our citv In the near future
shtll have attained tho ii,(i mark, the
trnnsportntlon fn. littlest of Kansas rit)
will be ono of the most prominent nnd
Mrong arguments of the stability nf our
rllj and Its Institutions, llospertfullv suh
mltted. PHILIPS HIIOWS, Jll,
"A it. oi.sn.v,
J w Kimvr.r.t." .
Tho report naje reeei.od and rond anil
tho amendments ndopte'd In order Thrn
tho roll was railed on the llmil pissnue
of tho ordllintu o There wa no bri'tik
In Iho string of 'aves" until the name of
Speaker Stonor was called Mr Stoher
rot to his foot ami remarked: "Mr. Clerk,
1 think this Is no place for a burl of orn
tor but t don't like that llrst section.
1 suppose, however, under tho rirrum
stances, that I nm compelled to vote for
It" Tho vote wns o recorded and tho
house wont on record as unanimous for
Then the house took tip Iho ordlnince of
prnntlng tho Standard oil Compotij Hi
right to build warehouses and oil tnn'.s
nt Twentieth nnd llnrrlon street" Mr
llrown cxplnlnml the significance o' tho
measure, saving It was the nd.Mtlo:i of a
heavy Indti'try to the city, 'tho rules
wore suspended nud tho ordinance pissed
An nnllnnncp providing for the pivlng
of Wjomlng street from Twelfth to Six
teenth with nsphaltum by Iho Metropoli
tan Street Hallway Company was Intro
dticexl by Mr. Pendergast. lie explained
thnt tho onllnance vacating certain parts
of Hell street made It obligatory on the
pirt of tho company lo pive Wjomlng
street with brick, but that since the tins
sigo of that ordinance tho property owner"
nnd compativ had mot anil ngrernl ii)ti
nsphaltum. The ordinance wns designed
to enrrv out the obligation to pave with
material seleeteil by the property owners
Mr. Itrown nld that tho ordinnneo should
have n provl'lon compelling tho eompnnv
to maintain tho street In good repilr for
live years. Tho paving enmpahv's agent
was present and agreed thnt this should
be put In nnd the nlnendment was ndopt
cd. Then the rules wore suspended nnd
tho onllnance was pnssed,
Councilman Olson Introduced a resolu
tion concerning a viaduct over tho Twen-tv-thlrd
street croslng. It recited tho
elangeroiis nntnre nf the crossing, tho
great amount of tr.alllc which uses it and
requested the city engineer to prepare
plans for n feasible vlndiict Tho engineer
Is aln re-quested to router with the tuoper
olllcers of tho nnns Cltj-, St. Joseph
.t Council IllufTs railway, the Kansas City,
Port Scott & Memphis railroad and tho
AtPhNon, Topekn & Santa IV railroad, the
lines over which the viaduct will piss,
asking them to old In the construction nnd
to grant the city the privilege of cni
Ing their rights of wnj Tho resolution
The house then adjourned.
Rovnl Halting Powder Is the purest
ami highest 111 strength of nny of the bik
ing powders, and henco makes more1, liner
nnd better food.
W. F. CRIDER ARRESTED,
Another of the Second Ward Judges, In
eltctril for Kiel Hon I'riild, III
A special telegram to the Journal, re
ceived last night, nnnounced the nrrest of
William P. Crider, one of the North end
election crooks, In Sednlla. The arrest w as-
made yestcrdaj" afternoon. Crider will no
held In Jail at Sedalla until the arrival of
tin ollleer of Jackson county, when he will
bo brought to this city. An ollleer was sent
to Sednlla for him last night.
Cildtr has been In Sednlla most of the
tlmo during the past three months nnd
with Ids wife ixarded at a Second street
boarding house under the iissumed name of
C. G. llrady. He was engaged In collect
ing for I,. It. Price .& Co.'s installment
house, of Kansas Citv. A few moments
after his nriest he sent the following tel
egram to Justice of the IVace t). W, Krtie
ger. against whom the grand Jury ie
tuined novel al Indictments for election
"Dr. o. W. Kiueger. Kansas city. I am
arrested; think 1 will be there In 'he morn
ing. , W11,U"
CrMor was n Democratic Judge In the
Seventli pre-clnct, Secund ward, at the elec
tion last Novi tuber, and aided the gang In
polling over ioo fraudulent votes In that
ward for the gang candidates. The other
fudges In the precinct weie Kdward Mc
Klnney. Ambrose A Clark. James It, De-lanej-.
William F. Mink and Willis V lsh
ii in The eleiks were Prank Ilioderlek and
Oswald McAllister. Those worn Indl ted
nn.i .ill lint tun of tlie'tn liavi been arrest
ed. Justice Kiueger wns Joint tx- Indicted
with Ills hi other. Ralph Ij. Krueger A
number of Inill"tments were' nl-o returned
against John ' ay and hi", brother-in-law,
Councilman ' in Moran, fur the (iimked
work done it. tno ward em election day.
Through sleeping cars to Itoiton will
leave Kansas Cltj- July C, via Chicago ,x.
SAX! "I'lIK CIIIMI."
A Smooth rcrfiiriiuinen of liiiiiqtti'ttfi's
Opera nt 1 Mlrniotiiit.
The r.ilrniouut park opera company put
on a new bill at the new paik theater
last evening, replacing "Ollvettei" with
"The Chimes of Normandy."' The selec
tion Is a good one, for Planquette's opera
has a strong hold upon the public, and Its
splendid choruses give desirable scope lor
the strongest element In this conipaiiv.
These choruses were sung with exi el
lent eltevt last night and several of them
had to be repeated. The nudlence was
veiy friendly throughout, however, nud
tho soloists vi ere well lecelvod In the pop
ular numbers. -Mr. Paxtnn gave n strong
drnmitic performance of Oasnnrd. Mr
llr.idlej- was lit good voice and sing the
music of Orenlelteux acceptably Mr
Young was verj' hoaisi but nevertheless
kept himself in favor in the role of the
notary. -Mr. Do Hnooy does not rl"o to
the splendid music of Henri but ho sings
and nets with telling slncerilv Musically
thu best woik was done bj .Miss Jackson,
tlte fJermaliie. Miss Melj thu Adams was
the Scryolette and MKs Mlneivn Adams
appeared us Christopher, cabin boy, and
sang an InterpolatiM song that was more
appropriate to a Hoyt farce than a Binnd
ard opera. Tho performance was a x-ory
smooth one, and will douhth'ss prove the
most attrnctlvo tho company hns Vet nut
on. Tho staging Is veiy enYctlve, the Inst
act calling into uso the natural grove upon
which the stugo opens,
woMi:vfi:iHTioNoiTiin ,iouit.v ai.
Huslneiis Onlro In Itiiiiiu :i03, ilniirnnl
All women's organizations desiring the
benellt of the per cent on advertisements
secured for the women's edition of tho
Journal, cull on the business manager, Mrs.
ISmlth. room 80-'. Journal building.
lb" Miked Plate' New 'lrnln.
The new service of the Nickel Plate
1to.nl, which went Into effect butid.ij-, May
Jtith. has met the approval of the traveling
nnhtlrv On all sides are heard eviirsslaiis
of universal satisfaction regaidlng the
efforts which this popular road Is making
In the Interests of Its patrons. Three fast
trains nre now run In each direction dally.
Superb dining car service; no change of
cats for uny class of passengers between
Chicago, New York and Uoston. Uniformed
colored porters In charge of day coaches
on through trains are constantly at the
disposal of our patrons and are especially
appieeiated by ladles traveling alone. This
extra service nssuies scrupulously clean
cars en route. Lowest rates on all trains.
For further Information confer with your
nearest ticket agent, or address, J, Y. Cal
uhun, general agent, HI Adams street,
Trunk Left at thu Wrung liure.
Saturday afternoon when the family of
Mayor Davis returnee! from a shopping
1i lp they found a trunk on the poich of
tho major's residence, at KUuo Hast Twelfth
street. It belonged to none of the family
and It Is supposed that some hack man
made a mistake, and left the Hunk at the
wioug house. Yesterday Mayor Davis
sent the baggage to the Central lullco
station, where Property Clerk Snow
opened It. The owner of the trunk is
either Miss C. Holes or Mrs. Carrie Fisher.
If the owner will call and Identity the
contents tho trunk will bo returned to
lies tint a be alp Wound.
Lev I Ward, living at 1105 Liberty street,
during u quarrel nt Ninth and Hickory
streets j-esterday afternoon, lecelved u
gash In the upper pait of the right arm
and a sculp wound five Inches long on the
top of tho hcud. lie walked to the police
station, where his wounds were dressed
by Police Surgeon Hj-ele. Ward claimed
that his antagonist was Henry Avery. A
resident of the West bottoms,
"Tho Rest till I eTer used." 1 the frequent
remark of purchasers of Cartor's Little Liver
Pills. Wbeu you try them j-ou will y the
Lleiuors for Kuumts.
Chipped dally In secure packages by
GEOKOi: IJYSSELL. Druggist.
Opposite waiting room. Union depot.
Living Pictures at the Oreat Wallace
PARADE AND BIG RING SHOW
I'MAIttTV fllttts ol'R.V IIV AN Lit.
All. .SM: si 111. 1. 1 lMH)(i:sl..
Some llnnitsenuely tlrrnriiod t'urrl igrs tiiel
n .Number of lldd I nitons In l.lmt
flood I'e rfoHiiniitr t ndrr
the lirgo lent
The proverbial otltooHvrlioss of a street
pa tilde wo ngulti demonstrated Jcsterdav
whrn the streets along the lino of the
Charily circus procession wote crowded for
several hours bj people of all ages and
numerous nationalities to wllncss the novel
pageant It wns Kansas Cllj's first Chart!)
irons, and lltorcforo eurloslt) must hue
been more potent than pxpprlntUitt. As
Iho parade Is tho greatest advertising me
dium of tho circus. It wns xrulltjlng In see
the ilr-grec of success that attended this
tti some respects tho pnrndo followed tho
lOtlVelitlotml Men, but in the main the nil
Ject was to achieve a bountiful talher than
a wonderful effect. Thetn was some m
polng marching of uniformed fnuttu.'ti nnd
mounted horsemen, there wns mi abund
ance of martial music furnished by seviral
hands, there wns a rlclmi'ss of lloi-al dec
oration nnd thee linos of legitimate ef
fort wete offset by some burlesque (cuturos
of quite amusing character
Tho only ellsiippoiiitmcnl In the pirudc
was that It slarted an hour later thin tho
time Ret, but n this debt) Is not Infio
quent with piofisslonnl clrcusrn, certain!)
It tun) be excused III amateur managers.
Fiom li.Si) o'clock until into tlKre was a
great ileal of confusion on fifteenth stieet
In tho neighborhood of Vine, v. heio the
tents are' pitched. The heavy ruins of tho
night befoie1, which hail flooded the tlrcus
grounds so Hint It was iiootsnry for u
force of men to work rrnm a o'clock a. m.
to i o'clock i. in to gut the grounds In
good condition leir llm llrst performance,
hail put the tiupavcd part of Fifteenth
stieet Into such a eoudltloii Unit thu point
of formation had to be made liitooiith and
Tracv Instead of Fifteenth and Vine'.
Thu proceson was led bv Captain Ilran
hnni, of the police force, nnd twenty mount,
od police1, wlio chaleHl the rtuwdetl slreots
and made room for the paiade. Veteiau
Company A came after, with their extitrl
eiieed tread, und tin so weio followed by
Hatter) II bind. Then cam tlte gland
marshal of the elny, J. C Oroeninan. and
his stalT of fifty men. mounted iitiilitri sscd
as It pleased thu individual lusto of the
ilders. An attractive feature was Willie
Minks, the distinguished rlOei, nud Ills two
Fiilondld ring stallions, Cornet und Astetold
Tho most beautiful ii'iiluro of the parade
was the Howe i section. A largo number of
delivery wagons and pilvate fiptlpages we re
In lino and all of them wete plotuii'sqtiely
cbcornted and some of them wore excerd
Inglv artistic In tho selection and dlspol
Hon of colors. Some of the canlagcs weie
occupied by gnllv diesi'd children, und tho
whole effect of thee moving plctillcs wus
beautiful In tho extreme. , ,
A strong feature was thnt contributed by
the Wlbl West riders, who appeared In the;
legulatlon cowboy costumes, noeaiinpnnbd
by the pnrnpherualla of llm much. The
wild nnlinnl display prnpe-rlv bolonge'd to
tho luirle sque feature, for the animals, loo,
weio but playing parts of boasts of ploy
Tlmte were painted burros, fictitious lions.
Indict ohm lie.ns and a mechanical elephant
Thi" Impersonator of tho mining oiitang hnd
a good makeup nnd looked quite tcallstle
behind formidable looking bar. "Doc'
llrown, tho famed cnke-wiilker, iipiii'itieil as
a Zulu Willi a few or the trlls of civiliza
tion, and had his white teeth been shown
111 vlcloiisness, Instead of smiles, he would
have teirorled tho throng.
One of the most Impressive- pictures was
a. l.aige wagon tilled with children re-pro-seutlnir
the Da) uiirsei.v The little tones
vvi-ie heelccki-d in holiday titllto, and the
coiivojnnce was appropriately ib-enrated
ami the .voungsters seemed to bo delighted
he) one! iiieasllio with tbeli novel expe
rlfncc The parade concluded with tlm flte- de
partment, with its iiiipui.itiiM piofusely dee
orated with flags. This division was beaded
bv llfty Ilieme-n on root and In unlfinni, Jed,
bv Joseph T Medulie The ptoc."-son
moved em 1-ifte til to Campbell, tei i lilr-
teenHi. to (iranii. lo iiini-ui, - .-i.iiii.i-j
Third, to Delawaie to Sixth, to .vandott;-.
to Tenth, to llioadwuy, to Fourteenth,
Under the lllg 'lent.
Tho first porformunio of the Charity cir
cus was wltnc'sed yesterday afternoon by
only a small number nf people, but there
was enough to Inten st an.i etu-nam ino-e
who were there. True, some of the jokes
of Hie clowns weie a little stale and had
been hoard many times befoie. but this
wns allowed to pass Inasmuch as the
clowns were much In evidence but were
heard but little. There were sontu features
of the peiformnneo as good as are seen In
any of the navellng aggregations that
come this way.
Tho haul ruin had cau.-ed many people
to believe tho peitormunou would be post
poned, and for that reason the attendance
was far less than It would otheivvlse have
been. The rnln also e-uui-cd some of the
e-agi-s to remain out of the parade in the
morning aud so of thu perfoimeis to
leninln away In the afternoon. Still there
was quite as much fur the money as Is oft
en received In ical shows. The nieuageilo
was .slim, but the ring furnished enough to
aitiaot the crowd dining the entire after
noon. There were many pi-ople In the ling yes
terday who had tievtr been there before.
Others weiu telling lemonade, and even
though It was n new and novel occupation,
the-y cried their ivnn-s and e-xtolled the
meilts of tln-lr cooling beverages with
great gusto. Others sold fans for the ben
ellt of suffering bunianil), and others sold
luogrammes and otlni ilicus accessories.
There wore in my 1 idles present who are
not In the habit of atteii-Ung a circus, and
)i-t the) appealed to Had enough in the
piugrimmo lo furnish e-ntertaltiment mid
iimusoment for the three hours tho show
lasted List evening tho performance- was re--pe-ate-d
and thli afternoon and evening
other peiformunues nre to bo given. Tho
weather cleilc lias proiniseiu to no mo rignc
tiling In the matter, awl in ease ho does
there Is expected by the managi-me-nt two
of the largest crowds ever seen in a circus
tent In thu clt)
i-hei .aft.-inuoit nerforniatice wns opened
with the usual grand march of the whole
caravan of curlo-ltb-s and strange animals
and performeis In the gathering. This was
follow Pd by the exhibition nt fancy bare
buck tiding by Mr .Marks. He gavu nn ex
hibltton that was meritorious and In many
points brilliant, llu was In the ring tinea
times and furnished a laige part of thu pro
gramme. In tiie last act he rode two
horse- bareback and was assisted by his
wife, whoso woik was daring and dashing.
This act was quite as jood a.s Is seen In
the traveling shows
Harry Power, who styles himself the
arlel artist, wus one of the star attrac
tions, and his work was full of Interest,
There wern half a doen other bar per
formers ami equilibrists on the programme
whose work cantilbuted to the worth of
Thu slock yards contingent was out In
fone and coutilbute-d very larguly to the
prugi amine and did It well. Tho ordinary
lid West show Is tiiniu compared to that
given by the rough riders and ropers in
their many appearances yesterday. They
opened their part of the performance with
a grand hippodiomu lace, followed shortly
nfle-rvv.irils by an exciting race between
three of thm. In this race the pony ridden
by C'harh-y Lukens slimieel and fell while
running nt full speed. It turned a complete
somcts.tult In thu muddy ling and It was
only by a quick movement on the part of
tho rieler that he was able to net from
under the horse In the fall.
Later the eiowd from the yards gave an
exhibition of throwing the lariat, picking
up articles from the ground and other ex
hibitions of amustiue-nt around the cow
camps. Thu work of the lirlit was done
without n failure In the twenty trials, and
In many of the eases It vva done under ellf
Acuities, Then a e-ouple of the wildest
bioncos In tho stock jurds were brought
In and blindfolded and lleniy Tush und Jim
Ward mounted the animals and rode the-m.
The one ridden by Tush was a game little
fellow and us full of meanness as could bo
desired. He gave many timid ones the
honors by his lofty plunging and vain ef
forts to "buck" the rider, It was all a
failure until he laid down, nud then Tush
hud to hop out of tho saddle In n hurry,
He hopped back Just as promptly, however,
when the poii) got up, und rode him
around the ling Just for fun and made
him "btuk.' The rough exhibition and
Wild West closed with an exhibition of
the pony express, n which the riding and
chancing was done with gteut dexterity.
Then there was u collision between the
Indians and the cowbo)s In a rescue of a
prulrle schooner that furnished plenty of
The usual concert followed and was full
of specialties. Tom lla)de and I.on Hale
had a band of pickaninnies, the Hale sis
ters danced and sang; lion Hale und Tom
llaydo furnished specialties and there were
other features that furnished quite as
much and us good as is usually found In
tho circus concert. Most of the audience
remained and saw it. There was the usual I
number of sideshows and fakirs (iresvut,
Whole Family Helped
"My husband wi
e-.... a... i, riii. iti....
J rVlVOVM J1 -V I-" -'mull ........
S,y "Ju"'-'vfcn iiinlisiii an tint, lie)
fcV A could hardly lift his
lA Tx sil Imul In hit bo.iil.niid
ntn hail severe iln
In hit stntnneh alter
catliiL-. t'eiur bnlllos
J , J nl Hnod't Sir.1pl
L kN?wii tllll rnmiiletrly
mini him. Our
in ton was nil run down
,....! It ! L ...
r . turn ilium i r-tiN
Our little ho) t.coith.nnlin
been given npiMilte, weiahl and Mrrtietli bv
Iho nu-illi bio lli-til s s trsapttiih cured mo of
llrjslprlns, which I h ivo had tor P )cart an I
whkiimiim I'ltlltely iltlven otilut my sjstein.
Mm o taking Mood's Iain hrtler In every way."
Mtts. II. h..ltitixsov '.jinoieiitte, ,N. II.
Hood's Pllli arn a mild citlurtlc. -c
nnd they were well pitronlreil hy tho spoc
t.ilors The performatii e this afternoon and this
i-veitltiK will -lose the circus, vvhlih Is
given for the- b.-nefl! or Iho charities of the
clly and Is reallv a Charity rln-us
One of tin- interesting features of th
circus w is tin- exhibition of Lady Itox
and Ke-nlink) llltio llyes, the two splon
dldlv tralm-d and handsome horses em nod
bv Mr Con Holmes Tin- work of l.tdy
Ilex oxeiti-d mm h applause nml no actor
ever nppre-cl ito-1 It more than the lllllo
tnaro ns she show oil tho gnlts and marched
about In tho ling. She w.as splendidly
handled by the Rroom Hlue l.yes, an old
tlmo favorite, also won nppliusc
lucre will ho tin porforiniinoi- or tho Chur
Itv drills this aftoiniion. for tlte reason
thnt It has boon found lmpnslh!c for
m my of tin- porformors to bo present dur
ing tho afternoon. The entire prngruiiime
ns nritiiigoil will bo rendered at iho even
ing performance. I'ntll n late hour bisi
night It was hoped arrangements could
have boon tiorfocte-d for the afternoon per
formance, but It could not be done.
Tickets of adinlsjion lo tlm Charity cir
cus can be purriaid nt the Hurllngton
ticket otllce. at the .Itinetlon
Tho Itoynl linking 1'nwder Conipany con
trols Its own erenm of tartar fuetorv and
thu process for making tho only absolute!)
pute cream of tartar.
vv,VMi:i 'in siMMir ncici-.
1 he .Story n (lurili-nor rmirid Into Iho liars
of ( Ity Cuiiiiii tor McDutigiil.
"Vou as dor city gounsolnr, nln'd It"
Veil, I tell you nboiid It. Dose dogs )ump
nmln fence ofer and molti garten iitln, nl
This was the tnlo of woo which a portlv
mirket gardener poured Into the oars of
Judge McDougal early yesterday inoti.ing
He wns proceeding with his story when tin
Judge Intorrupti-d him with a n-quost to
know thu exact nature of hi- business
"Dot's vol I dull; abotid," he leinon
sti.itoil vigorously. "It's a goot many dogs
vore I live and doy run nieln gallon around
and slioll all dor vegedaliles, nln'd It.' 1
vant a hermit eloso deigs In shoot."
"Vou want u permit to shoot tlmm-'"
"Vnh, dot's Id. I Mint u bornilt nnd of
I don't git him. I make blenty diuiililu for
some bi-eplos alretly."
Judge .vlclinugal laughed hoartllv, but
the gnrdonor saw no Juke In It. lie com
plained that he- could not got tile pill. lie
Inipnundeis, Hi,, public iiithorltlos or itnv
body oIo to tako up his oasi-, nnd that lie
was getting dospi-rate Ilo Insisted on Ills
permit, but Judge McDuugal shunted him
ort on the citv attornoj, advising him to
make complaint nnd have tin- owners of
the- offending cnnlni-s elo sumi-Hiing with
them lie left the- office aud vvi-nt for the
city attorni-v, vowing that If ho -lid not
get the required uilthnrlt) to shoot, shoot
he -would without it.
Hvory known nnlinnl of note inn)
seen In tho (Jre-at Wallace .Menagerie.
.mi:mmi..s ami m-:i,sox.
i be riirnti-r ,rrlvu i'ei-di, the l.nHe-r
llruve liiglt)g t'rowils.
Owing to nn uiiavoldnblo delay the Mon
do.i sisters did not reach Kansas Cltj )e-s-torda)
and no performance' wus given at
Troost pnik A te-Icgram lecelvod last
night, howevei, stated posltlvelj that the
slsfeis would bo hoi I this ntoinlng. JV-i-fonnanees
will be given this uflirnoon and
evening and twice dally timing the weik.
These )oung women tin a most sensational
turn ami will doubtless diaw Iaigtly,
(lilt at Washington park the N'i l-on sis
ters are still perfiiimlng in huge i-mvvds
Tho continuous hack Fomers.iulis of these
Kill-, Is a feat in-ie-r bt-fnrt- aceumilishesl b
.e female airnbat and Is one of the- greati st
foituriH i-ver piesenied at a paik Fully
1,(X1 people saw the show je-stirday,
Sulistlt u I h for llnrsfiird's
Aibl I'lnisphatn urn li.iiigi-roii-
llecausa tlier cuii less many substitutes are
oltere-d, sninu of uhle.li aiu daiigi-rous, and
none of which will pi o luce Hie suae effot i as
the genuine luslsi upon having "ilnus
umii's" whi-thT liuvlug a bottle of Acid liioi
plute, or "phosphate ' 111 a glass of sud.u
'i iii: vv i:iiicit
The Indications fur to-dny promise for
Missouri Inci easing cloudlnc-s and for
Kansas, fair weather, over both states tho
tempi-ratine piomlse-t to be statlon.ir). The
highest and lowest tempi i.atute .lestonluy
was T.'i and (2 de-gs. The i.iinfall )estonlay
hero was l..l liw-lu-s. The n-eoid of last
night's ob-.ervatlons was as follows:
New Orleans "OOrt vj
(alvestou '.''iC -.-
Chicago., , :WiM ni
St. I'aul o'.l.OI ;
Spilllgllold "o TO
Coneoidla IW.H 71
Dodge City SUM "u
lllsm.arck 3 Oi i.O
Helena 2iH; r.
fiicji'iine "0.11 fs
Deuve-r , 30".! SI
Wichita )ix 71
St Louis 50 10 7J
Kansas City.., 20.13 ',:
Xliiit )liigiillii i nt lli'lrliitim
Is health. No gem In tlui.a or coronet Is
so precious. For contra, a hereditary ten
dency to illseMsn often prows a fatal
legacy, since the most trilling causes may
fertilise tho latent germs of 111 health
and render the fruitage deadly An In
herent transmitted vvraness of the physic
al constitution is more effectually opposed
and counteracted by Hostuttei's Stomach
Hitters than by any other safeguard,
Digestion and assimilation promoted, title
biliary secretion, action of the kidneys
and bow-els insured, are so many guaran
tees of permanent health, unit these are
the consequences, among others of liko
Importance, of a resort to tho Hitters.
This medicine also prevents and leiiiedles
malarious complaints, nervousness, chronic
insomnia, rheum ulsm nnd neui alula. Such
warnings as loss of appetite and sleep, too,
should not be disregarded. The Hitters
will restore both without fall,
Mest grades of Anthracite coal delivered,
7.7j pei ton until August 1.
No advance on war prices of soft coal,
Hlch Hill Shaft. .i"i per Ion.
Weir City Shaft, JJ-73 per ton,
CHNTHAL COAL & COKIJ CO,
Keith Ar Ferry bulldlntr.
Cumuli Meeting CulU-il.
Major Davis bus called another meeting
of thu cltj coumll for to-inoriovv night,
Ho will tend In u number of names for con
Urination as appointive olllctrs und will In
clude a number of pending mat tots in thu
W X9 if-
7 rKTiVa.- 1-K
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS.".
"First in Purity."
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL.
SUICIDE OF C, C, T1NCHER.
A OlMl MAN OI" iOI'I.KV ill MI'S
I IttlM llll: IIA.SMIIAL IHIIHtli:.
IlioSnltl t'lirroal nle kly Curries Mini 1 o
Ills tii-ntli-lli llliiTiiti- I'lrpiratlmis
.Made fur tho I'atut linage
Ills t.iist litter.
At 2 '" o'cloi k veslordiiy afternoon (i)do
C Tim her, of Topokn, Kas , Jumped Inln
tho Missouri river from the llniinlb.il rail
road budge, nt the foot of Hrondwa)
Monday nftornoou Tlncln-r runic lo this
city and registered nt the SavoV hotel, on
West Ninth street. Ho seemed to be bright
and cheerful and In the evening wont to
the Coatos opera house with tlcorgo lloltz
mnn, a harbor tmplo.vrd at tho hotel. Tlneh
er did no! seem to have any friends In
this eitv Vislcrilti forenoon ho wont to
the Photograph studio or .1 Mitchell, nt
Tenllt and .Main streets, nnd ordered n
i!o7on photograph Ho loft Hie address of
his txitciits in Tnpcka and paid 11 on Hie
pit lures, which lit wished sent to his
parents. He went lo the holi-l, showed his
newly made tp qualnt.in-1 Itoltzman, the
tieiillvo and then wont to Ills loom
At I .10 o'clock In tho afternoon a cham
bermaid entered the loom nnd found n
letter uddressul lo "Father, mother and
cijYDi: c TiNciiint.
relatives" ljlng nn a small conlor table
Uy the- side of the- letter liv a little heap
ot Jevvelr). It consisted of a watch, with
tho Initials "M. S M " on the oae. a Jevv
elr) box with the nuiim of "Mnihci" mi
the lid, a plain gold ring, u diamond stud
and ono sliver dollar in Hm letter ho
said that ho wanted lo tile and asked for
giveness for tho sot row anil trouble ho had
caused patents Hid fi lends, lie wished
"Nean-r .M) liod to Thee" to bo sung at
his riiuoiul. iincher prnvod his father tn
forgive him for nibbing him Mnndiiv inoin
Ing lu-fnru leaving Topekn lie requested
that the vvateh bo given to ".Maud" and
said that he owed about Jl" In Topoka
which lie wished bis patents to piv ''For
nearly n yeui," i'lai-ln-r unite, "I have
been drinking, swearing, smoking cigar
ettes anil telling lbs ami now I nm going
to end it."
When llio htfor w is found the chamber
maid notified Frank Kweus. the proprloten
of the lioti I, nnd he at once telephone-it
word to the poll- e station When iincher
loft his loom, he wont down stairs, uto n
slight lunch t ilked to the ila) dork, S
It, Campbell, a few minutes, and then
stated Hint he would tuki- u uulk nut on
the Hannibal In Idge Not a hint uus
tin nun nut bv him thit would had "in
to suppose- that tie i onte-iupl eted suicide
He seemed, so Clerk Campbell su)s, to
lie In the best of splilts and nut to have
a tiouble in Hie world One thing, how
ever, was noticed-ho never mentioned his
family oi fi lends
When iincher walked from the hotel
ho went to the hi Idge. and after buying a
ticket, "pent a mntueut in i Olivers itlnn
Willi the watchman Then he walked out
towards the eentu of the bildgo. and, lu.v
Ing down his coat. Jumped off of the west
side Into Hie river Twn lishoiine-n. Hour)
Hiim-s and an unknown i .imp tnlon, saw
him make the leap Tin v wi n- tlshlng fmiii
tin liver's bulk and oubl b ml him no aid
Humes at once went to police heud-
quiii it is iiini ieieiin-i in-1 son i'ii in in
scribed iineber's leap ami .ii 1 that twice
iftil striking Hie vv iter Hie bodv i-unii tn
I lie Mirf.ni- before it was i mini hnie.tlh
.!. .!!. I ,. i. .... a .. r .1,.. .... .1. .... ...
till llll I'll) t.l.lVJ-1 ... ,111- . I , , , I I III .1 III
Tile i-ii it taken tilt b iini In r befoie lie
i i.i t .. .i ..t .. ... i i.. .i. .
oiiiiii ins iiitiii jniiui n,ii iiiiio i ii uie
wiltchmill III Olio poi ket wore live pin k
ugi s iii t ig.uetti-s li ink Fwens, nt the
Sivnv hotel, teh-gr iplied the sulelde In
the fiithet of the sulelde. M .1 Tinchei.
of !-."! Kansas .iveiiuu, Toiiekn. Ku--, An
answei was ns-eived ut 7 o oloi k list night
stating that he would stall feu tills clt)
on the Hist tialn
Tho suii lib- was about "2 years of nge.
i-b-.iii slinvin, moillum height and weighed
not over 110 pounds He was matlv diessed
in u lilae k bu-tness suit and won- tan
The Hoyal Making I'nwdor Is ii-coni-nieiidnl
1 1) tin- best chefs nnd uuthuiltles
on eulslno In e-vei) laud.
'through tiers lo Itnsinn.
Tour wife and family will not have to
change e-urs between hue and Ilusion If
vou tako Chit ago .X- Alton rullioud July i.
Positively no i hange of ears.
L. 11. Smith, Now York, Is nt the Coates.
W. S. Mcfiovvan. Moston. Is ut tho routes
fi. C. llo)d, Philadelphia, Is at tho
S. S. Claw son, Columbia, Tenn., Is at the
Drake, Om ilia, Is nt the Coates
Kaltenb.uk, Hiookl)ii, is at the
Mtirdock, llaltlmore, Is at the
Southward, Chicago, Is nt the
1 W. Knapp, Cleveland, Is at tho Coates.
i:. It. Murtls, Tel re Haute, 1 net., is at the
I). J. Hiurliigton, Haitford, Kas., Is nt
the Nuw Albaii).
S 11. Daniels, Clinton, Mo., Is nt tho Now
M. a, Curtis, Pueblo, Col., Is at tho New
II. llolmhorst, Low iy' Clly, .Mo., Is at the
J. O, Campbell and wife, of St. Louis, are
at tho limed Vietoil i.
C. H. Fits-.geiald, Louisville, Ky., Is nt
the Hotel Vlctotl.a.
W. (I .McCarly, LaCiosse.ls at the Hotel
J. W. Metz, Kiowa, Kus Is .at the Hotel
M. H Ke-lloy, ndcerton, Kns Is at the
Monroo Hnllovvay, Deliver, Col,, Is at the
A. M. Fareur, St. Louis, Mo,, Is at tho
H. Wilson, Qulncy, III., Is at the Hotel
Charles P. Oiosvenor, A. o flnrrett, J,
fioidon Cilbh, M, (i. Manley, Traci-y Learn
nnl und Abu Levy worn Law I once', Kas.,
visitors lit thu elty )esterduy.
Fred W. Ite.ul and wife weio In the city
en route liomo fium llxcelstur Spilngs to
Liwreiice, Kas., jesteula).
W Y. Morgan, of Htnpoil.t, Kas., 13 visit
ing Dr. U. (! HI ill.
Mayor C, A. Fellows, of Topeka, Kas,
was In the city je-sterdaj".
Judge Hlilck C Cole-, of the appell.ato
court of Kansas, was In tho citj jesterday
on his wuy to Fort Scott, whetu thu comt
convenes next week.
Mr. Thomas M Spoffoid and Miss Neva
Spoftord, his sister, of Tvnntss, , ,lru at
the Coates House. They have numerous
Investments here and come out eich jcar
to see about business matters.
A NEW DYSPEPSIA CURE.
Over 11,11011 People In state of Mhhl.
gnu Cured In I Mil I hj ibis
oer Prep trillion.
Stii.llfs Dj.spcpsln Tablet., the now ells
eover) for Mutnnrii tnnbli, I t litlmed to
have cured over i,C) p-nple In tho Mate
of Mb hlgan alone lit lvil These tabids
have become so popular wllh ph)stinns
ami people who have any fnrm of Indmcs
Hon that they have the Indorsement of
such pli)slehins us Iir llnrlnndron nnd Dr
Jouiilnin as being Iho surest, most reliable
remedy for sour slemiaeh. chronic dt pep
sin, R.as, bloating, palpltnllon, hondat ho,
coiisllp.tllon, and In all cases where the
appolllo Is imor or the foml Imperfectly
It Is sstfo to say Ilia! Sluarl' Dyspepsia
Tabids will euio nny kind of Klamath
trouble except Ciincor of the utomaeb.
They are not a secret paltnt tiUHllclno,
hut campOFCil of vi'Rotnblp und fruit e-s-sncos,
pure pepsin, (iuldeti Seal, ginger
and tho itlgisllvc ncbls. They are pleasant
tn take, en n bo i-nrrlod In Iho pocket, und
they cure hwaiiso thev dleest th.- food
piomptlt beforo It has time to f-rmnil and
pol'Oll the blond
Druggists ovorywhcio sell Sluart's D)s.
popsla Tablets, (nil sire 1 pinkiii.es ill r-u
cents A book em sfutuai h illmsos and
thousands of testimonial sen! fno bv nd-dre-slng
liie Stuart Co. Maishull. Ml h
t.r.if itv ns .Muiiicit.
Iho I'ollei- Vtiitrou Has ii llibi luChirgo
A Vert Pee nihil ('use.
Ycstciday forenoon n womnn eurr)lng
a baby wont to police hcadipinrteru and
usked to louve her baby with the police
matron white she looki d for work. Iler te
eniest was giautcd nnd she went awn) In
company with a man, who piufissett to
have met her on the street, nml simply
illlotiod her to the police stittlon. Ilefole
leaving slie Itifoimod the police uiutinn
that she had n-ceiitly como fiiuii Cripple
Creek, Col A few hiiilis biter u tob-phuim
nio"sugo wns ricolvnl fiom Itldeiiour .V.
Maker, wholesale greieois at ?j:i Mtilbeirj
stleol. stating thu u.woiuaii i-titored their
store mill sunk In u stupor In a i-liulr. Sin
c until not bo aroused unit police uld was
asked. The worn. in proved In bo tho ntie
who had left the child with the police
mutton, nud wns removed to Iho Central
Central police station, whore Police- Sur
geon II vile partly uroucd hoi. Ho be
Moves the unman Is suffering fiom Hit
erri ct of siiino drug
After she lecnvoitd onnelonsnes It Venn
found that she was not fieitu Cripple Creek
as she fllst claimed She le'fu-ed to an
swor ativ iiuestliiiiH eoiicei nltig her Identity
and would nut tilt the police how she
ciiiui- to go Into tho Itlitonoiir . liikoi
Hon-. She nlso lefused lo tell the liatiie
of tho mull In whose computi) she entoreil
the pollco stntlon After several bonis
spent In a V Mill endeavor to get lu-i to make
u statement she was locked In n cell tei
nvvnlt InvestlKutlnn The babe is being
oared for by the pollco matron.
iho time mines when everybody noods P VH
Kl II s (ii.MH 11 TtiMi' It ofli u saves life
PjVIIUEII'S II via Mai.sam ele-.itisos Hie scalp.
s'lllCK V.ltl- ADHI 1 Id.N.
Permit to llrei I It 'liiki-n Out b) Injor II.
s. VV. drought.
Malnr T7 S. W. Drought took' out Iho per
mit for the now addition to tho Kansas
Citv Live Stink evohungo building nt Six
teenth and Mill streets )estenl.i morning
Tho cost of the now building Is to be $",0.
OUO Ai counts, of it have appealed In the
Joutn.il from tlmo to time. It Is to ho
four stories in height, 21". feet lung and Is
10 be made of brie k. IPs depth will bo lo)
fi et It Is to be e-eimple-lod li) October 1
The nrchlli-i Is mo Van Miiini ami Howe
11 Is dislgiu-tl to .iffniii Hie ee hange about
a hundred trn tilllees.
Tho Itn).il Making I'nwder maintains
Its vlgoitius hold on iho public, and Is ui--tlvu
nml1 aggHssivo against tin- Impure' and
Injurious baking powibrs palmed uir mi the
4'ten unit ti s A ppolnti d.
At a meeting of tho director! of the Knn
as Clt) Heal Hstati- and Stock e-e hange.
hold on Mnnda) afternoon, thesu comiuit
tt os weie named:
linn.ace J. Se-ott Harrison, P. II. Mud
don ami llthclhcrt F Allen.
IXeliangti John llajhn, eiiorgo F. Win
tor and T J eliien
.Mi inln ishl Jose ph S Ileiinv John (
(trnviH, T J linen, II II Phelps, liioigi
Hoffman and F W Vb Mlllnu.
Public enterpilse U. II Phelps, .1. Siuit
lluirlson, Ciuigi F Wlutei, P. II Mad
don and (bulge I loll III 111
Aihlti.itlon Walter J. Mile's. H P. Si -ton.
M T Ulllpple, .lohii K. Halls und It.
Stoi ks John fl flrovts, Frank W. Mc
Millan and Joseph S Dennv.
Manufacture!' A A Whipple, A F
Stllui II, J. II Welch. J. C. Tutu and II W
Muriilgi- Utilises Issueil.
The following iiiuplos Wire- )esterd.i) li
censed to wed.
Stephen L. Cat mad), Joplln, Mo .".u
Mrltlgot I' King, Kan-, u Cil.v. .Mo. . .. li
William li Winn. Kansas eitv. Mo. .. U
Huntuii llrown, Kuiisik (it), .Mo 21
James C. Wlthniivv, Kansas (it). Mo.. 'Jl
Maiy lliitilngloit, Kansas lit), Mu ... Jl
Prompt lilh-r ill sit I. he iiliu he. dlllltiss,
nausea, eonetlpiiluii, lulu In tlm side, giiaiui
teetl to theiso using ( aiiei s Little 1.1 lei Pills.
VV om iii's i-.loiiriiul."
All societies sulh King udv t rlisements for
wonu it's ulltlun ot .Iihimi.iI uii iiipnsit-d
to tall soon and often liuni this on. so as
to begin to round up om woik
MHS C H SMITH ::0J Jouriiul ladling
Honostly given by peoplu
who know what u plnuii i4
nud can givo a luusnu for
being in tho business uro ut
vnluo to tho public.
Wo can gjvo you
KANSAS CITY PIANO GO,,
1215 MAIN ST.
I Before and After
In the Charity Circus como
dawn tn thu
Anil enjoy youtself.
Delicious and delightfully re
frcbhintr. The Diamond
904 Main Street.
Joseph S. Denny was elected the usssi I
ant seeiefur) of the cm hange to sin end 'I
M L Sullivan, whose leslgnntlou wns tin- J
111 leu 111 Itll- llllllirK .'II. f-illlivtiu wus 130.-
elected to tin nnsltliin but a tow weeks ueo
to .succeed W. T. 1'elton.
111 plnlio billbling II must ho
Ii'iitr t- llm" vvlui hi)- rp'bt
a lirolliin In the bliflin s J' ,r
nvif firtv )e.ars .Inn s S
i s, & Suns hav" be- n o ni
Idnlng 1 In tr tunny liivinti .
mid improvements vvl h the
In st cfTuits nf iilhoM In th
perfecting e'f the piiin , nil I
r!u ir iiistruiiiontu c-r t .1 1
stand us n ttriitiel nmntinti nt
tn their nbllll). Tin) nre sj
Kiui-1 we In Hove- they nr tin
lust p-jpilliir-prloeil Int s
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