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rilF, KANSAS GJTTY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. .JUNE 2(1 , ISO,-).
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kansas city, kansas.
This l Straw lt.1t Wr-nther, We havr
irrp or them. Moonlit them when thev
hnd io sell Wo are rrMHIriR Straw lints
for ! limn the reitiilnr whotenl men
buy them If oii want .1 nii" lint,
lluie $i no nml funo iut which wp nrr
(riling for T.ic nn.l Mo. All tit-Ire from
1rre divwn Io Be Jul otwun-d bin lot
men's til. p Striped Madras tirwis Shirt,
Ton TfonH not think Iftp prler tinrprtson
nbic If Mm paid Sen- for them, but we nre
cleaning them out for only
. SKCTtDN 1.
Mot Wonthrr floodi In lliln department.
Thousands of nn! of rilee, eool I.awim
niul L'hnlllp; selling them for fun at
.tut opened A lot of Aimnkpag Pres
Mixtures; a light rummer fabric, worth
0c, but wi nre sclllm? them
Immtmo drives In White Goods ami
light, airy vnwli goods, for hot weather.
Wr aro doing a big foinlticsi In Millinery.
"Noti will want something l this line be
fore the I'onrth. Come In nnd see what
ivi nic do-ni; In this line.
Hiiinni' r l'nderwenr hi tho greatest pro
fusion SHU Mitt, Hosiery, Ladles'
Waists, arc nil having a grcnt rim now.
l.A Din.S' OXI'OltDS.
l.aillc-s' turn Oxford", opera toe, patent
tip, p.Uent leather lai-e slay. r,3e.
I, idles' turn or Melxny Oxfords In tan
or black, pointed or square toe, solid, ll.oa.
t.adlci' turn or MrKny Oxfords, pointed
or siiu.ire too, equal to 2.C0 hlKh cut
Ladles' line Oxford, liatent tip and Lire
etuy, made to sell for $2.50, on sale at l."3.
Thousands of other Great
524, 526 AND 528 MINNESOTA
These Firms Do Business
For High Grade Work
r47 IHIuiifrtotu Ave
Urnirmher llicr Ih
to Kccloy Int(Uut
In Kan Mi- Cltj, ."Mo.
IlcMirn uf L'licaii
G. W. BETTS,
Justice of the Peace,
S. X. Simpson Sod,
Chamber or Com. DMg
performed w it h out
jaibllclty If requested
CollccLlous a bpecl.ilty
For Jliinjon ami All
Ltnsecil Oil, COc pal .
Trust '.unci &60 per I
I'liliire Drug Store,
r,:ll .'MlninM)l;i Ae.
W. W. OVERTON,
(Successors to I). C Hahcock & Co.)
Junction Grocery anil Meat Market.
IMO, 1W.-, 1WIN Fifth St. TeL West O
Highest grade j;ooil.i at lowol Brlces. V.'hole-
silo and IK-tnii.
Tlie Owl Plinrmacy
To have your pro
nmt xclBuilllc.il!- com
poutnled. All order-
aniwered with ciro
,1. II. O'llcllly X- Ci
II. I", WUI.P, l'rop.,
r.th A- tato Ms.,
lianniiN lt, Ivarihis.
rjrmnD W. A. ELMUDGE,
Wliolesale and Retail Stone Vanl,
Mxtli nnil .lllniiibot.t Ami.
Stone steps nnd slJewsllts a spe-
If..,, . , kiliilli' itt
J'Ir""i ,;L2 " own
uoniiiuiiiiou nut in ji, li-i
our ou iiujrry. Call ami
O The Journal office has boon
H removed irom the Chamber .
of Commerce to the first floor k
H of the Columbia Building at
" Sixth street and Minnesota h
0 avenue. K
Cost of uslnfr Oas I,lsht In the followlnp;
srocery mores for mouth at May, 1E03:
Swnnson & i-'o ,.,J t.ll
.1. L. J on (-i ., ".as
W, n, llOb.s IS
HtaKinaler & Unsel IS
:, II. Hodekopf 22)
Itotert ti Son , tit
t.'tiuik's Volckcns 3.1
(i, O. Hayiirs .,,, l.i'.O
);. II, .Musterfcon ...,...,., , l.W
J. :. Iln-niier , ,.,.,,... M
1'reil Drees ....,,,, , ,,,, 301
w. A. ariHttoM a.:'o
Theodoro .Schultsi 2.10
WYANDOTTE GAS COMPANY,
ISoimis J) ami li, Ilu.tt-il tllilg,
VANTi:i Ills (lOWs.
Andy (JiidrliU Arie.tnl lllillo Attcinpllni;
tu llriniill.il lliu City I'ouml.
Andy Oodrlclv us atrested yt-ottiilay
nnd locked up ut police ruMdquurters for
trylns to destroy (ho city pound. A few
d.iya ubo aqmo cows belomrlni. to fjodrlrk
veto lukrll up !'' he inipoumler ami
placed u tho pound (lodrlck t-.illed at the
pound ycfcterday and driiuiukM the tttmii
of the tows, cljimliiK they vru taken
nw.iy from u hoy whom lie employed to
litrd them. The city impounder refused
to deliver the .stuck until costs iveio paid,
uud llodrlck becime enraged und started
to tear down tho pound, lie succeeded In
brcikliis down the hlfc- fence, but before
ho tould Ket hlu covi away the putrol
wacon ui rived and he wjs arrested In
,lefiiult of bond he was locked up to qwalt
Inlul t'lhi mornliur
louitli of July lUvur.Imi.
John McDanleU. owner of I-'orv'st lake.
Jius eompleted arrmiBemc-nts for the blB
ix. uiblon to thiit resort on the Fourth of
July The train will run direct to the
lake and remain thero until the crowd Is
ready to come home. A largo delvfe-atlon
from this city will take udtaiitui.'O of the
cheap rate and visit the pleasant resort
frjid spend the day In Ibhlnir uud boating.
Wr have the sinndard f,. A W riteyele
Shu", with i or run. Hod ob , vcrv ofl
K inr.tfo.j calf Mm k, whloh tin hlcole
rl.ler should be without. The hnes are
light and n.i and wo have uci-rc,rd Iti
e-tting n InrR lot at a very low jirli-e,
whbh vc plare on sale at
Thl Is n rare chance to pet n Rood hoe
.it a low price.
Oreat purehnse of Dry floods nnd llnl
Wo Iiiinp been ennaiseil for more than a
Week unlondlnp lno a 5-tor warerootn
on Main street In ('All LOADS of Drv
Hoods and Huts the laritest hipnteiit of
Dry Coods ever teeelved at this point. We
are Just puttliiK on sale In our uierknge
iletinrtmenl, 52.", and KIT Minnesota avenue,
a lot of these KOOds If yui desire to buy
Roods for next to nothliii; ibu will rum at
onee We nice below n shil't list of price:
Thousands ol yards of mtxlln, have been
burnt on edses and trlmmill, 2o, 3e and Ic
per yard. ;
Cnlleo, le, 2r nnd 3o per yard, only burnt
on idtfe, i
Shlrtlnes. 2e to fie per ynsj.
Tennis I'lnnnel, 8e per yalll,
Wide Ciermiin lllue t'allill and Dttelc
PullliiKs. iV and f.He per jnril.
lliowti and lllue Denim, I lie to HV Tier
Tliousnnd of remnants of 1 Calico, (llnK
hams and Muslln, 1 yard I to 3 jard
leimths, So per yard, I
Cambric l.lnlnK, short lenRths, to per
Shaker KlanneN, 2n to Ke pii' yard.
l.nil pairs Men' We nnd :i."i( Suspenders
at lor. 1
Men and hovh Mtraw llat-l, iie to Sic.
Jewel Cake Mler, rae l
f,0 eases Jackson County ."l-lli, Tomntoes.
5c per ran.
ii.iHii ins i;iiaranieeu iir eon iu irf- per io.
Mme. Tots' Sad Irons, COc pel et.
Bargains which it wil'
AVE., KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Because They Advertise.
II. I. I'AItR. I). 1). S.
William B. Harris,
Kansas City, Kas.
(Hiiro: Itonius S-J
mill "3 Collllilbl.i
Canttr. 'Iiuiior, iiturrh.
i:c4'iiiu ami all Skin 11a
caHtn. viw fur Hook.
IMruM! iiifiitluit ifinirtialt
Dr. D. M. BYE,
C-tiiulinatlim Oil Cure,
Ciiriiifr l'-'tli ami
I'resh stock ci( t inlo
and fancy ?roceiio at
living lirleas. My
trlonds are invited to
Tin hhtirt Orilor
Kveryihinp cle.ui .iml
neat. Jliimein.irti! i'les,
etc Opun mull 13
o'clock ejch nlijlic Try
out tew cream.
M1 .Mllliii.,iitii An-,
George M. Hughes,
Justice ol (lie Peace,
Xew Numoi-r West7J
1 ft Mimic-tutu Ave.
publicity It teiuiu-a
Colleitloni a i eel ilty
todd's Ditto srom;
Tel. HM Wmt.
18th St, nml"I."Kn.ii
A Go candle
I power uas
m LiRht costs
Less than i
cent per hour.
Wyandotte Das Co.
Til. laou. Hubtcdllld
nlslit or day, a spo.
miW FOR BUSINESS
iirMcii'Ar, i.i:.(!ii: si:i.i:cts vici:
i'iti:.sui:vrs am coji.iiriTi;i;Mi:,
MANGLED BY AN ELECTRIC CAR.
a mitm: iinv im:ci:ivi:s i.jiitn:s
'IHAT i'KOVi: J'ATAl-
(llrl's II. mil llurueil by a Mm Wire-Cm-
eriiiuiiiit Muy Ni, I'rotri lliu II Hi A
l'aiiioiit Homo Tried to tie-
iiiiiI1i.Ii tliu 1'fiuiid.
Tho .Municipal J.eiiKiie held n meeting
luut nluht at the Fifth Street opera house,
which wan rather sdlmly attended. Porter
Shermun, who was tho candidate for maj
or on the citizens' ticket at the last dec
tion, pieslded. The reblsnntlon of I'rofes
tor ilanks, who was elfcctetl secietary nt
the last mectlnir, was accepted. In u com.
munlcatlon l'rofessor tlauks said: "The
dullis of my position uio of such u diame
ter that I cannot sere ai secretary of
the Municipal Lcugue of Kansas City,
John llalduln ucted its secretiuy, but no
one was chosen to 1111 the vacancy. (J, 1(,
Jlrokaw resigned as treasurer, and Charles
VuhlKten was elected to till (he vacancy.
The followlnsr vice presidents and niembeis
of the executive committee wete chosen;
Vice presidents, First ward, John Olson:
Second wind, W. tf. Ilannuh; Third ward,
A. Wetdon; Fourth ward, J), W. Austin;
aiMh ward, H. Jt, Way. The executive
coinmjlteeinan ure: J3. u, Tiowbridse,
Dr. Deldrlck, N, H. Uerry, Jtcv. ltlvs,
T 11 Jtou land. A. I,. Cook, O. Wahlsren,
William ilonow, J. J. Hass. II. Jt. Wai,
T. W. Newman und I', Craig.
John Ilaldwin, the uctli secretary, In
tiodu.eil u leiiKthy document with the but:.
Kestlon that an attempt be made to have
it made a city oidlnance. It provides fur
the election of i-omicllmen-at-laiKe 'nstvuit
of by wards, und also cives each citizen
the privilege of eustinu one vote I ir euch
of six candidates for councilman, ir cast
liiy six votes for a single candidate. Thu
matter was refeired to the executive com.
uiiltce. After securltiB a few additional
names as t barter members, the meetlnff
adjourned, subject to call.
Will llullil u Itisliluiue.
The Rev. Dr. J. V. Alderman, pastor of
the Washington Avenue .51. U, church.yes.
terday awarded tho contract to F W, So-
per fur the etectleu of a line residence at
Plxteenth street an.l Minnesota avenue.
When finished thl will w one or the tlnest
residence. In tin . Itv Mr Super h pur
i hasp.i two lots from H- Alderman ant
will build tixo nb o lo'tniecii on them
A IA.MOI m IIOIsl.-.
It Mas llriiiisbl llrm mi a sleninlioit In
Hie cir IHAt.
AdlolnlnK the Drought plinlim tnlll nl
I ouith street and Oakland nxeniie l a
small, square cottage. coiplciiou onh for
It. Ilamlnu brlRht red tolqj. Tld little house
has iiuiir a history In !v? it wa. landed at
the Irec m tin shape of n ready made
house from a teatntjat, nnlv reniilimi? a
rew nails to be driven In to make It a
model Western mansion. The house wa
imported by the late Dr. .1 !. Hnot from
the Kast, and wa ned a a dwelling for
himself und fatnlly It was ere led In the
center or a bl cornfield where now- I the
oiitbent curlier of t-'ourth Mteet and Ne
braska netiue, and wa occupied bv Dr.
Hoot unlll ISTo. When the doctor was ap
pointed mini'tif to Chill the house wa
moved to It present location.
It was the lltst liott tected In old
Wyandotte by a white man who bad mil
married into an Indian ratnlly. and for
yeat social and political ineetlnRs were
held In It. It was known a the '-I'ill Hux."
Thu hnalillntlf V iTI.t.nti.n.t In Mil. Iltfln
linti.p In well remernbereil by inanv of llle
old set tier., nnd a description of the social
and political irntherlliir" which were held
In It iliirltiK the earlv daye would make in.
tere.lliu: rcnillnir. It wa. the cu.toni of
IM-. Hoot to mil In all of hi. old Mend,
on (htltnia. and rdve n line dinner. At
that ttine It wa. coniIeiei a luxury to be
able to erve r-oe oy.tem a. the lli.t
cnitrjn. There ate .till many peojilo In thl.
city who letiH-inber the little "I'lll Hn."
nnd the tunny lnteretliii; Batlieilng. which
were held In It. Amontr tliein nrer .ludde
I), llnillev, Mr.. It. It Tnjlnr, .Indite and
Mr.. ,1. Ft. Htm-kton, Mr.. II II. Spencer.
"I'nrln Tom" ltniker, Mr. and Mrs. Ilvion
Juild. Jitdsc and Mis. Ilarr.llla Cray.
ciiAiim:s AiitiNsr ii.viti:.
The (toierntnenl May l'ermlt I ho Mute to
Pro.iM uio llllu.
An orreement may he reached between
the Mat" and fuleral autlmritli. wherebv
John Mare. alia. "I.oiir- John," will not be
niralu'iied In the I'nltel State, mitt on
the rhniito or connterfeltluu. The state
olllcer. elnlin they have a eh-ar cafe ilr'UnKt
the lirlsnnor nn the eluilirn nf hlultwnv
rob)iery on two counts. Two of ills lc
tlniH, they say. have Identilleil him posi
tively, Tho Keiitence for llil. clime Is
uteiiter than for counterfc ltltiu, ami the
federal aiilhotltle.. It lr Fold, will llkelv
dl.ml-'S the eharce nunlnst hint nnd penult
the Ktate to propeenie.
llare was taken before Jt.-.tlce IIiiKhe.
yesterday tnnrnlmr on n stnti- w-ariiml. In
whleli ,1. Youok chanted him with highway
robbery. Ynuntr I. the foreman of the
Sehwnra.elilld i1. Sulzberger p.ieklnc lioii.e,
who was hebl up In Armoiinlale one n 1 u 1 1 1
early In the sprlni;. Youuk, It I. said, posi
tively Identilleil blin. So did Mike Donnl
Ifilli. who was hebl up and relieved of VA
and ii prohl w-at'-b nn the same eM-ulni;
that Yoiiiib was tobbed. Iiaie pleaded not
Rtillty before the Instlce, and asked for a
continuance. Ills ca.e wan set for liearlnj;
on Thutsdav. lie was taken b.uk to Jail
In default of JI.u-jd bond.
.iinxti: AMiiii: i'i.i:asi:h.
-uh the .to. (lies llae (ifit Ills .Matrl
uiiilil il llii-lness a Knoin.
Probate .Indue Anirle says that It pays
Io advertise or be advertised. Yesterday
mnrnlnK after rending In the Joitrnnl of
the complaint made by the Justices njr.il'ist
his nietlioil of riinnlni; the niatrlnionlal
end of hl.s ollh-e, he left home mid w.Mit
direct to hl olllce. w here he found n
(Ouple from Leavenworth, who wanted to
Ket married. Their mimes were James llui
ilKan, iiKed r,l, and Airs. Helle Curtis, need
37 The knot was tied In shoit order. The
judge declared ih.it the couple r.ime to his
olllce throui;h the notoilety he locclved 111
his light with the Justices.
DID NOP WANT 'ID llll.
A ling Climbs a Ladder to Kfcf.ipn llelng
Mint no Olllcer.
ratiolman Qulllln was called yesterday
afternoon to the home of Owen Stoner,
No. !'.!! Munclo boulevard, to kill a doj? on
which the owner did not want to pay Jl
license. When the doj; saw- the olllcer np
pioachliiK he run. not under tho house, as
most doss di. but up n ladder on top of
the house. No amount of coalnff could
Induce him to come down and tho olllcer
climbed the ladder and shot him.
111:1: hand !!i;r.Ni:i.
A I.lttlo Clrl l'lcks irp a I. He Wire on
I'mit't. i-utli Street.
Tho 3-voar-oId d.iiiRhter of Mr. and Mrs,
A i:. File, or No ISO) North Fourteenth
street, ivai. severely burned on tho left
hand last nlttht by a live electric lluht
wlie. The wire had fallen to the ground
On Fourteenth stiret and the child ciujrht
hold of It. Dr. Tliomp.-on was called nnd
dressed the wound. The child will be Una
ble to use Its hand for a long time.
The t'nliill Picnic.
The union plenh of the Piesbv-terlan
Sunday schools of Kansas City, Kas,, to
be held next Ftlda at F.ilrmoimt park,
promises to be a law Riitlierlnir. All of
the schools aro taUlus qultu an Interest
In It. dud .1 Ktnnd timo Is belnB planned.
A special train of ebjht coaches will leave
Twelfth streeut, near tne Arircntlnc brldKC,
Armourdale, over the new I'nlon Itelt Line
tracks at 11:11 o'doik a. 111., miking the
followliiK stois: Fifth street. Armourdale,
9-.1U; Kansas avenue, Annouid.ile. 11:3.1;
Central avenue, under the "I." 10. id lirldKo
near ltlvcisldo Iron works, 10; James sttiet
near Fowler's piekiti),' house, 10:0.1 From
In re the train will tun dlieet to tho p.nk
without stop. Those missing this train
will have to take the regular tialns from
the lir.ind Central dejiot, Second and Wy
andotte. Ijirse Atteiiilaiue Mu-lilly.
Larue eoncree;atlon.s aio nlnlitlv nttend
Iiik the speelnl mei-tliiKH held at the Washing-tun
Av uue Mi tho. list Hptsiop.il church.
Itev L C. Sainnllelil of the Arlington
Methodist lCplscopul eliurcli of Kansas
City. Mo., preachi d 1111 lnteiesilii"; seimon
to a iarp,e audb nee last evenliiK. Sermons
will bo pleached as follows duriu? the lest
of the weik: Widnesduy ovenliiK. by Itev.
II. P. White, siiiieiliiteudent of city mis
sions, Kansas city Mo.; Thuisdav even-UK,-,
by Ittv. IMuIn Locke, of Highland
Pink eliureh, this eltv: Fildav rwnlnir, by
Dr. II. T. Smitli. of Summit Street church,
Kansas Cits, Mo ; Sunday, .lime :io, :i p. tu,,
W. A. Qiiayle, D. !., of the Iiuleiieudencu
Avenun Methodist Hplscop.il chuiih, Kan
bus City, .Mo.
I'liieil lu the Pnllie Court.
In police court yesterday morning C. H
I-hi; mi. .101111 i.aiue nun .im ,101111
son weie lined ?W each for vio
lating the tlpplIiiK shop oidlnance.
I iMiiK Wilson, Herman uo.icn, aoun .101111
son. fleotKO .Miller nnd Hobert
McKeo weie lined t" each for dl.tiiiblnK
the ie,iee. Sam Daniels, a small bo,who
has been unnoylntt the conductorH on the
vnilous street car lines by Jumping on
nnd off the cms while tiny were lu mo
tion, was lined J3. The case. ltralnst Chailes
Christ, who was 111 tested for beating his
wife, was dismissed, na Alls. Christ, the
complaining witness, failed to appear
Their I'liiiUliineiit Light,
Charles Miller, Sim Rankin and Ftank
Sturgeon, who were given n preliminary
hearing Monday define Justice lletts on
tho charge of highway tobbery, were al
lowed to plead guilty Io the charge of as
sault yesterday and were lined tl and
costs. The complaining witness was IM
Ralup. who Uuimed that the three boys
assaulted hint and robbed lillll of $7 CO, The
evidence Introduced at the nial Monday
was not Millielent to warrant Justice lletts
In binding the defendants over to the ills,
trlct court, so they were permitted to
plead guilty to the minor charge.
Charged Willi Cruelty lit AiilinuW.
James Organ, James Dall.ird and Clyde
Carroll were arrested yesterday and nr
liilBited before Justice of the Peace Hughes
on the charge of cruelty to animals. In
default of bond they were committed to
the county Jail to await trial to-morrow.
The defendants are boys. and have been
In, the employ of the city Impounder. A
few day- ago they arrested some rattle
which they found running at huge Inside,
Oil llci Olltlt ni II. MtKc. iltlil flllthel lirr-iili.n
It contained many pltl. I at weie dls-pehne, "" '" , '" , '?. ''' '?, Xr" nN"r0TtSln n
nmoiiR the early Inhabitant by Doctor rt?. XV. " ."'!! m o.mV. Jw i ,! ' n, t.ii.i"
Unnl tl it.tlnf un a unl alll,,,i rtti llii. ,Ir.' .", ,,OU erllllpjieil With lilt the litest
ooi. u. leiiar wa. a wnj .mtinn oil tile ,1,i,ii,,. ,, i,l. i, .,,, ,i.in. i,i, i,, ,.,.,,, ,..,i
ninnv, li fiirill!'.' IrVXl ,?i aiKk.t.linC """ ti like c iiieerii li. he two e lie..
? Imrbo iTiinV or mo e'o? iiilmo ui' Mli .VV,lir ' "n ntlTlirLIn linMrn-M it.nn,
for iminJeH nn'1 ,m" "'"' wrfntot contldillco In the Sun.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
of the elty limit nnd whll ilrUlm? them
to the pound It I alii I tint they club
bed nnil abued them hi a most otuel man
(lood Itaces Promised.
The nonllemen' Drlilnn Club I prepnr
InR to trUe otne roo 1 race at (he mat
inee Siiiirdny afternoon A bra. band will
render miilc on the o-iaplon The entries
for the races will close Thutday evenluc
Prices win be jfhen to winner of the
vinous ra.es The pronrnmme will con
sist of n 2 22 trot or pare, a 2 trot or
pace, a 2:n trot or pm e, a 2-yet-oljl coll
race, a tle-elitliili mile dah. a noublo
team racf and a IP) yard foot rnee.
"nil for Ihiniiiei't,
Jacob Ituben tiled still In the common
plea court .e.terdny nRaltist the New
ork Life lnurnre Company and the
eltv Jointly to ru over 1 nun a damage for
tieronal Injuries The plntniirr claims that
he fell into an areaway in the alb- In the
rear of the New York Life ItulMlnrt and
wa badly Injured on April If, He claim
that the bull.lltii.- owner and the city ar
to blame for having no guard rail around
the hole In the alley.
I.'ipilplii'd Willi Modern Miuhliiir).
Henri- Wulf. nronrlelnr of the Wolf's
lenm laundry nl I'lftli lleet and State
Two iinien Injured.
Mrs. Charles I,, Ilreyer, of No. ,111 nverelt
avenue, broke her left forearm at I o'clock
ye.leMay evrnlliB by falllliR ovet a bucket
of roal. Dr. U. J. I.ulx set the fractured
Mr.. W. It Cimpljell, of No 32T Ann
avenue, fell je.terdny mornlni; and broke
her rlitht leu In low the knee. Dr. II J
I.utz wa. called and dressed the Injury.
Will 'lake the School fYut..
The tneii employed to Inke the census of
school chlldieii of thl. city by the board
of education ut Its last meeting, will bcBln
work to-day. There nro thiee eimmetntor.,
and It will tnko them about thteu weeks
to complete the work.
Will I'l.ii II ill.
The Depirtntent House fjray. will ro to
Atchison Sunday to meet the basebill team
of that elty. The local team will meet
Thursday evenlnit on the Union I'.icltlo
Ktound.s to pnu lire for the enme,
.111:1 ItOI'tll, IS .MIM'i:i.l.A.NV.
Chnttel loans. 1,. II. Itoe, Ilusled hldK,
While Mrs. v. II. Campbell woh dniwlm;
a pall nf water from the ol.sio.rn at her
home No. 3.7 Ann avenue, yesterdas tnorn
Itu;, sue slipped and fell, brenklim her ilitht
b'K below the knee. Dr. t.m, was called
and nttendrd her.
Th" Sunday schools nf the Methodist
rrotestnni ebuicbes of this city and Ai
Kontlno wt'll hold a union picnic at llnikci's
Kriivii, Seventh street and CJlilmliilo bottle
Jake Tlllmnn, 11 deputy constable In Jus
lid Itetts' coiilt. w.is iinesteil jcsteiday
nini-iiJtiK on a waiinnt swoin out by Ids
htotlier, Dave Tlllmnn, harKlui; him with
dlslui blni; the peace nnd uslnu l,nstetous
IntiKUiiKC. He will be tiled befoie Justice
The case of I,. M. Wood against W. V.
Wood, to foreclose n mortpnstu on some
Whlto Chinch leal estate Is on trial In tho
dlstiict 1 0111 1. The plalntllT and defendant
.Mutineer C. W. Wailswnrth. of the Keeley
ItiNtltiiie. has moved bis fainllv to this eltv
fiom Tnpeka, and they ire now lesldlni;
nt No. Kii I'reciniiu avenue
The children of the (', ntral Chtlstlan
church will clve a "Jubilee" at the church
net Thill sdnv evening. A line piomnmino
Is piepaied. Several uuml.eis are original,
und will bu Interesting nnd Instinctive.
Miss ndna Mooic, of mils, Kas., is In
the city, the Kiiest of her fjiandmother,
Mrs. II. F. Dean, on Haskell avenue.
John Allison has eone to Memphis.
Councilman Wldener has returned from
a two days' tup to I'cel-lor Sprlnps.
John l.oiiKiiecker came down yesterday
from f.eavrnworlh to spend the day with
Ilariv Frit db, t'K has. returned home
from I larva id ioHckc to spend his vacation
ttlth bis parents in thjjt city,
Fred Allen, the photosrapher, Is nulto III.
Mrs. A. C. Wllllanis. of No. 329 Parallel
avenue, has returned from a pleasant visit
witn tier patents in vv ynnfiuurft, u.
Misses Mile and lterthu Flemlnp, of
Platte county, ilo., are visiting friends In
Mrs. C. (). Tirvvln, of No. 3.V1 Troup ave
nue, ha returned fiom a visit with her
paicnts In Ill's nn, .
Itev. J. J. iteeder, of Carrolllon, Mo., Is
the guest uf friends here. Ho was form
erly pastor of the Armourdale Dapttst
Miss Maggie Cauin, of Fort Scott, Kas.,
Is here visiting friends nnd relatives.
Court Itobin HojiI, No. 79X1, will elect
ollicers at .1 meeting Friday night.
A picnic will be held nt Vleroy park to
day liy the (let man Sunday school.
Work In the thlid degreo mis performed
by Fearless lodge. No. 97, K. of I' Inst
Miss Kilnn Tatm.in Is entertaining Misses
Myrtle Cnshnian, of Loulshurg, Kas., and
HIM Mtlllgan, of Olathe. K.is.
Joseph Tei mler Is entertnlning his sis
ter, Miss Itlrdlo Termler, of Leavenworth.
A small tire broko out In the llnshop at
Swift's packing house vcstciday afternoon,
which was extinguished by the lire depart
ment. The loss did not CM-eed $25.
Michael Hrettan was tlned fl nnd costs
by Justice Sims ycstenlay for assaulting
S. A. Hotehklss. The case against
Kmory lledfurd was dismissed and
the costs assessed to tho prose
cuting witness. Hedford was chaised
with slapping Flossie Shlnn. The
caso against Charles Milllaney, charged
with highway tobbery, was also dismissed
and the costs .-i-sesst , to the prosecuting
witness, Patrick Il.indliy, The case
against Christopher Stevenson, chnrged
with threatening to shoot Charles Shruck,
was settled out of court.
f.lttle liny Struck liy nn lllectrlo Cur,
licciilvliii; lnjiirli'4 Which (.'.uihiil
Tho I-yenr.oM son of Mr. nml Mrs. I,, ,T.
PeteiHon was tun ilnvvn liy u Aletiopolltnn
eltetilc cur on lluby nvcnuo yoMcnl.iy
at iiliout 11 o'clock, nnil custiilneii injuiloi
from vvlili h he Ule.il ut 3 o'clock In the nf ler-
The car, No. !), Hi.it Injiitcil thn chlhl,
vnn ijoIiik vvost In charKs nf Mntorinan
Jitiuea CoiiKhmln nml Coiuluctor Hntlaiul.
As It nppro.icheil tho crosiliu; of Huhy nve
uiiq nml .Maple sticet the clillil vviin hlttlm;
on thu curhstone on thfi noith tlilo of the
avenue. The cliIM's inotliur calleil from
the opixislle ulile of the street, uml the
chlhl, lu nlieijlcnee tn the call, stnrteil to
ctoss the tlH'i't Thu car Just then np-proiu-heil,
uml ihe chlhl inn u ahoit ills
tnncu west uloiiK the illicit In fiom of the
cur. Ho was btruck hy the footbouul of
the cur nml tluovvn under the wheels. lis
rlKht leu was kevi-ied jimt lielovv the thlKh
anil tlio left Wk cut off lieluw the knee
Vltnen.es of the accident carileil the child
to the parcntb" Inline, jsa Ruliy avenue, and
lrs. liurUe and Lewis, of this city, and Dr.
llurilsiin. the .Mcttopolltan lomiMliy's Ar
mourdale Hiirij-con, und Dr. Mortovv, chief
suiKeoii of tho eoiniunv. iitteiuUd him.
lloth h'Ks were Immediately amputated.
f'onst.ihlo T. M, lluiictt, of Justice Jlerr'H
couit, went to Aimounlale and artested
.Mntormaii Jutnes CDUghiiiln, lint hubso
nuently lelcasrd him by illrrctlon of Deputy
County Attorney A. A. Spilth, who invcstl
Kitted the (iccldent and found nothing to
make a case against thu muturmau.
Tho funeral miungemeiitH havu not yet
Death of a I'loncer
Thomas Condron. ugcl 62 years, nnd ona
of tho pioneers ot this city, died .Monday
night nt his home on Speur avenue. The
deceased had ptoperty interests hero und
w-us Known hy many of the llrst settlers of
Kaiibiis. Ills death was clue to gcuciul
disability and old use. Tho funeral will
Ill,l 1-1 UK I I UK'lin,
take place at n o'clock Ihl m i iims frr
St Jnlm's Catholic rfiiitTll. Mm ml vill I
In .Mount SI. Mai' reuieterj
t liurite Not titiiliic I.
The eharjje preferred by et-niv Vudltnr
Sitrniiel t'r.inr.inl iimiln.l I'ntroln in Prank
llnwhln. for evioedltm Ills oth ai luiln
In musing the arrest rtf f'rnnr.iri fii ni
Inlnin money under tltwn prei,nr vn
not .ii.inine.i at Hie mevtlntt m tin- . its
council Inst nluht, and Imwkins wn ex.m- i
.rated by n unanimous votB of the ,inn II I
tleorpfe M. Walker, Jr., wn. reappointed
elty ehulneer by unanimous vote .if the
council. Hi. new term OT olllce will benin
Ml.iell 1 Ileum.
Mrn. fl. Lyman Is eltlftllilng Mr. '.
lloyil, of Chnnute, Kns.
John Stalk F. AiiKUSt.nti nnd J. Johnson
will leave .0011 for it two mouths' visit In
Mis. Jennie Winters, of Rochester, N. Y
la here vl.ltlnit fi lends.
Mis. K ti'Fartell hn. cone to Junction
City. Knit , to visit friends
The v. p. s C !! will meet till, evetilnir
to eleet nlllrerii.
Paul h'orre.t has leturned from a visit at
A. Craig, charged with stentlim shoes
fiotn T. A William., was discharged ys
leiday by Jti.tli-r Ilerr. lie paid the costs,
mid al.n mild for the slim ..
llulph II. Tosh. on or L. D. I.. Toh, will
1 etui n to-dnv rtiuii a vllt nt Lawietice
The work of Binding Slmwnre boulevard
was begun vc.tctdnv
Mi.. Oeoige Cuswotlh, . visiting her
parent.. Mr. and Alts. .Initio. Campbell, nt
Aim. .1. Caldwell ha. relumed from n
visit with frleinl.nl Clurrvvale, Kas.
Lloyd llollenback and .1. It. Horn re
turned vsl'iduy from a vlsll nt Indepeiul
Itcglniilng June I the Kansas City Jour
nal will be ilellveiPd III Ho.edtle bv Hu
getie .Miller, Who wilt alo collect for same
nt the 1 educed rale of 10 cents a week
and make his collection, vveeklv
The Ho.ednle baseball club would like to
arrange a game with any n-lp.li In tin- itv
F01 psrtlculars addiess l-evv tiearv lto.e
Charley ltinvers and Sam Sl.irk wers nr
rested yesterday for blasting In n vv. I! Hi 1'
they were digging for Dr. Zone Ph. r
trial will come off Friday nt 1 o'elo. k in
Airs. Sec the postmistress, has ha 1 K
new mall boxes ordered ami they will lie
placed along th street as soon as possible
She would like to have all the lli.-idile
people mall their biters in ltoednIe line
box will be pl-ieed near the Catholic church,
one near U. II .Mann's grocery store and
one near Turner's store, and the others in
the Not th end
ll.irrv Harnett, who Is sick. Is teporte.l
to be Improving.
Many Property (Inner. Are Mill Deter-
milled to II, tie all l.lertrle I'.nll
viiij lu 'I bis CII.
Knterprlslng citizens, who favored the
granting of a franchise for an electric
street railway on South Alain street, do
not propose to let th- opportunity to di v el
op South side ptoptrty pass without some
effort to remove the obstacles placed In the
way of the cntet prise. One of the prin.-i-pal
objections made by the railway people
was Io th..- expensive paving material men
tioned In the franchise ordinance. The
company ngteed to pave with the .am
material that the stteet was paved with,
whether granite, limestone, vltrlllcd tub It
or tii.icndam. It was lonsldercd out of
le.ison to be r quired to pave with luklv
when the .strict had a surf.u e of mum I 1111
To leniovo In a iiieasuie this obstacle to
the Impiiivement It is proputed tu lake up
a llbi ral sub.ulptlou Inwards the cost nf
paving the street provided It wuiild be an
inducement lo tie building of the 10.11I
To se ure a funehlse over anv of the
streits of Independence Is In Itself a her
culanenn undertaking, and the consensus
of opinion among th. property holders is
that if the electric p -ople will meet the cit
izens half way a mutual benefit will arise
A number who dls-olirnged the enteipiis,.
and woiked agaln-t the proposed stieit
railway for Independence have ch.ing.d
their views ami would gladly see the iltv
built up by transportation facilities. A
eommlui e of cltiz- ns will wait upon
"Alessrs Walton II. and C. F. Holmes at
an early date iq see what can be done In
A quiet home wedding took place vester
duy morning at 11 o'i In It at the home nf
Airs. .Marshall, on South Spring streit. who
Is an aunt of the bride. The conti.i. ting
pintles n. re AIlss Nellie 1 leister, of 1I11
elty, and Air John Julian, of Cnuitn
this county The marriage was -nl, inn'. I
In the pi-e-ence of a numhtr of fm mi- ,n
the bride and groom and was follow.. I lv
.1 wedding dinner. Itev. A. D. Al.ideii 1. ,,1
the First Presbyterian chun h of thl- . r
olll'la'ted. The bride is well known in ilu
city una the groom is an eMeiisivi 11111 ,
owner nt Courtney. Many cutigi-.mil m.oi
were shoncieu upon the happy uiipl bv
their friends, Mr, and .Mrs. Julian vv .11 1,
side norrh of this city.
Judge fluinolte will hold n .p.sdon of
the probate court 111 this city to-dnv
.Mr.. Fred Cornell, of Omaha. In the
guest of John K. .Mott and family, on
South Alain street,
Jls Carrie Jliyant arrived home jes
teiday from Washington, I), C, whcie she
has been attending school.
John I.ulih arilved home yesterday from
Nevada, Mo. He brought home with him
John Itoss, vvho Is seiloiusly ill, .Mr ICn"-
Is sintering from cancer of tho stomach
and Is lu a weak condition.
A session of tlie li cult court will he
held la this city to-day by Judge Slover.
.McmbiiH of the Christian church Kuinlnv
school had a picnic yesteiday at Washing
Natalie Ott entertained n large number
of her little friends yesterday aftemoon
at her home, on Nortli Main street.
The residence of John Cogswell, on South
Maui street, Is nearlug completion ii
will be a h.indiome home.
Charles Dauglu-rly. vvho has been eon
llne.l to his home fur n number of months
by reusoii of a fall while alighting fiom a
car, was able to be abuut csicidaj wall
the aid of crutches.
Tho Indi-pen lenre wheelmen nie making
prepiratlons lor a parade on July I in
fantastic costume. It will be ornt of tlie
fcutuies of thu day.
There will he a meeting of the runners
and Laborers' I'liulon In this city on July
3. The call for the meeting Is Issued by
J SI. lluitti., piesldent of the order f..r
the Jackson county suiletles and Is in
compliance with a cull Issued by the statu
Sir. Joseph Ilordcrs, vvho Is to conduct
n ItPpublli'au weekly piper In this i-uv.
has brought Ills family tu this place Mr
Hordcrs txiiecH lo make his new vcntuie
a success from the start and will estab
lish al tho nceeasorlus to a complete news
The cue of .Icionio l'age was called yes
terday In Justice Jonea' court In this City,
but continued for one week to secum ml
dltional evidence upon the pan of the
state. It Is btated that the charge of
embezzlement auulnst I'age Is a weak ono
and tho caso in all probability will be
dismissed without trial.
In every receipt calling for baking pow
der better results nml moro wholcsoim
food will be obtuined by Urn use of Itoyul
than any otlu-i, because of Its gi eater
leavt-niiis btrength and absolute purity.
nitiui.' ri'iiJia 11 v wiiii!.
f.ondon. Juno 3. A J3.C0O,0O0 gold loan of
tho city ot Chicago at I jier i cut wus of
fered henv yesterday, nml was subscribed
to sevirul tlmea ovir within a few homs.
Hnckbeny, A 'P., Juno .T -rrom I'cach
Pprlngs comes the story of the Hiding of a
nugget of pure silver, such as tlu-io has
been no itcurd of lu the hlstoij of min
ing In the West. 11 wtlghed about half a
ton. and Its value Is unywhcie from s,000
Denver, Col., June 25. A special to the
Times from Hanta l-'e, N. SI., tays. In the
I'nlted Htutcs land court to-da tho I'eralta
claim lor 12.0ud.0ii0 uctcs lu ArUon.i was
pronounced a traud and i ejected. James
A. rcralta. the claimant, was Immediately
placed under in rest.
Illwood, Iml , Juno 23. David Vohe killed
his vvlfi to-day by shooting her three
times with a revolver. He then attempted
to murder his Utile girl, but she was lus.
cued by ftlends. Vohe and his wire had
liver unhappily for lome time and he has
accused her of Inildility. He is In Jail.
Toulon, 111. June K. SIlss I'. assle Cul.
bertsou, a prominent sock'tj girl 'if this
place, committed Miicldu to-day, her body
being found in a shallow ciauru at her
mother's home. SIIss Culbertsoiv had been
111 for sevcial days and is supposed to
liava drowned herself vvhllo temporarily
Denver, Col., June 21 Damlan Huuser,
who has Just dU.l In Highlands, aged W,
foimerly a tcsldeut of CJuliuy, 111. was a
lieutenant In the Illinois state Hoops who
drove the Slormons out of that state in
lSIJ. and look pan in the ati - k on tho
bain near Nuuvoo when Jos-ph Smith, the
liibt jd-opli-.t of ilvniiouhm, was tljst vJSii'J-
IVu set I jii t tr;ihtt.
GT-Blcycle Bcmity conies from rful lines (
and liiif? finisli, in which iints (".olinnhi.i bicycles excel. But W
there is more thali mere looks tu recommeihl a ColumlM.t.
Hack of the hanJsome deM?it .unl elegant finish is a sterling
iuality that over the roughest o.nl ami the longest journey will j
carry the ruler with safety ami satisfaction.
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J. F. SCHMELZIiR & SONS,
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Kansas City, Mo.
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Absolutely reitnrr nnd iflvp uric life nnil rlgnr lo tui'ii who have iirrrom
tioulilos otini'il from rxi-rss. um of tobiu-eoor olln-i- stliiiuliiiit'. Men vvho
tire ti'ultlilt'il with nl(ifu (iiiffon. etc Mrlivvlm liuve liunli' tifiiffifiii
(I'lui'i, Men who ure lu-nl.i'ii iloivn, cniiMnl from iiri-i i rrrlion. mill ure now- .
unlit to mtirrv dives uiir Hi?, clyui- i nrrini utui kIiii-im ioiil'i 11 ml iiiji;i. '
nrvv. , icrlltii otdifiiMlii' (riven with eueli fliil treiitmeiit uv hieli N si-
Iioausi tci i(iMi(u(rf nnil rfliciwii'u cure or money refundeil Price, i ho;
full treiitmeiit of sl lio.se-, with pu ininiee tl I'repiireil liy lr Do I.up,
the fiiinuits l'rcnoh p'lysieiun of Purls, 1 r;itn-e I'ji ulo only he !
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Dt'lUrml tn Trhtih 1 tinillle.. ?T ( nt l'n llulf .nlltu. Nl 'J5 I'it (ntllciu.
unr bakoiy uo W .ire unsut pafd th i 1'iii'n nnl the fi o-. ti---i va .ire u-fj
St. Li COl K i LUl'UptMll ilii'i'l UVfl lit 1' UUt .Hit
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Deatherage Lumber Company,
I UflTH, SHINGLES, SflSfl, DOORS AND BLINDS '
WftlTEn"yELLOW FINE. I ..,:; VIW;. ;ip" 223. m
r.T ' J ? ' ' n" 1 ' M u f t Tie
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liesult in i weeks.
W U yahner, druggist, cor Urana nve
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Clnna. ilifrtr. 0 imltnt Ion , M iv mir ndrerMe'1 u.'iin, (ir uMrii NKItVi; HI i;n (o
Uuonie Temple, Chlcuuu. SoM In Kansas Citj, .Mo., ly H, Arnold, JHiujrist, 5(h & MainlsU
m:v ha. s tniti'Dit vri(i-..
'llireo I'liarli-rs I'llultVltli llm x-i-ri'iiirj
Topeka, Ivas , June 25. (Siio l.il i The
following i.liart-ik have bun lib 4 tn th-
olllce of tin- se.-ri-tary of slat. '
The Sylvia Milling and liialn i'uinaii
of Sylvia. It' no oiiuty; Laiuat e . K
$i;,iifl. The d rei tor ale as fill w ,1
O. Itiunett, Hamml Vuid.,-, W Vu-
tin, It H. Wilson. II S Tliompuii A N'
Uout and V. o. I.UlK-lKId
Thu t'oinmi-ri la I t'oal and drain Com.
pany, of 'Kansas Cn. K.is., Wichita and
Dureka. Tin- Im-oiporutots are us follows
II. Nichols, d M I'alhouu and t' (.' I'ur
ley. uf WH'hltu and f. A, Ilaiford. of
r.l.lorado, The lupltal Is ll',i)fJ.
Tho tjulvlra Investiiit-ut Company of
Kaunas I'ltv. ICi with a ranltal of J-.u.uo
The dlreetors ate a- follows: V D Huteh-
Ings, J. V. (i. us Oeorge Slonalian, J H
It Si-roggs and S II Whlsiiei, of Kansas M
City, Kas.. una T i . Ai-xanuer, ot Jvau
sas f'lty, Mo.
llou't wait until jou an- sliU lforo trylug
Carter ' sUlttlu l.lver 1'ills. tut get a vlil al
our, You can't take them without beuelil
A lie. pile for ClurnUii. 1 1 1 II.
Fort Smith, Ark.. June 25. Chvrokee 11111
was not hanged to lay. a, stay of execution
having been grant' i, iw-nJiug Ills appeal
to the supremo court of lite I'nlted States.
Charles Smith unl Webber Isaacs, who
were also to have be. n hanged to-day like,
wise appealed and wire granted lespites.
Liquor fur Kalinin.
(Shipped dallv lu i 'ure packages by
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Oppojltg wajtju. rum, VuitfU CvBOt,
moo ,&a noo
Model 40 Columdia
popii riPd. co.
r.mnnl nit.cts an,l rittorl", It UlTroltn
.OSTON, NIW ton., OMIOAQO,
Sniil tvvj 2 -cent stamps for a
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oil al a Columblt areiiey.
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iil'in 't 'il' 'In' K'""l puliii. that vv-i;
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tfiiii- 11. stin, 1. than othei iniu hlne inen
m.ik. lien, 1 -. t tin- lot while yotl'ro
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KEEP i MIND
lU -Sale of
ALF. BENJAMIN & CO.'S TAILOR
MADE SUITS AT
1118 MAIN STREET.
No Cute Agaln.t tin- ('oiuuilsBliiuers.
Topeka. Kas., June 2J.-(Special,) When
the evidrm,- was all lu on the part of the
topeka flub, whph Is suing the ex-police
coniuitioneis of Topeka for damages, be
cause of a laid whteh was made on the
club house tor liquors, Judge Huzen de
clared that no case had be u made against
the commissioner and tho action was
dUmlsscd so far as tiny were concerned.
Hut the case still goes on agulnsl the
police olll'eis who actually made the ruld.
It wus In testimony to-day that ubout
twent of the ilub member kept liquor In
lockers at the i lub hou-e for their private
iit, whlW M members kept uu lluuor ut