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ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHANS' HOME.!
CORNMiPToxi: or nn: .si: it. ii:i, .
wn.i. in: Laid ro-im. I
rrerciiliic Till. I hero Will tie n 1'iiniilo !
nf All tin- t'atliollr ShIi-Hk lit
tin- Clty-I'lrnlp tin tlio
Tlie tfiylns of tht rornrratone nf lh nnv
Miniwl of Ht .loeph orphan' horn", at I
the corner of Thlrty.flrt and Jf fferfon .
Mr .In, will h one of the event of tpi-.. i ,
lntr.t lo-lay. In formation with thi :
Imputing rrtpmony then" will be plen..-'
on ih beautiful nml dptwloui! jtrmindi ur-'
r 'iindins the home. 1
A Very nttrnettve profitmnii Jm born
Prepum! nn. a. (Moil tittle l nsnttrer! nil
who uttm t In the mornlntf there will ! 1
n p.ini'l.- of oil Ontholle nopletlen nl the
lln. of tii.ir ,h will be n follow! 1
l-'jrmini? on Kipventh n.l dpnriv! avenue,
mnrch !iiitli to Fourteenth street, went on 1
l-'jttrti-nth tfi Main, north on Slum tn
ppnth itit on Hleventh to Wnlnut,
north on Walnut to Fourth, west on fourth
to Main, foiitli on Main to Tenth, wet 011 I suite l':ut in He Ite ml, err, I liy People
Tenth to Washington treet, whprp can I wim etul tint l.onil Paper",
will In wall (11 to t.ik. the pi ..pi,, to tho .'roni lnp vpry law tiumher of newpn
grounds of I lie orphan m.' ,,,,, ,nlle.l without millklont postnjre, imp
t pon Iff r nrr.vrtl at -he ..Mini 1 the r r- cn-hnlrn that th rrmllna: public Ik not
nerMonc w II In la 1 h tli ry 11 J J. pi. ,1 ,, thp ntntitint of iioshhrp required
Glennon (i . af.Jlst 1 by the priest- of tho v iIVp Hnrirtnlnel ll plKbt ami titllx
city anil llocc?e The -?til ! from tho thp proper amount of pontiifre.
Jleilemptorlnl collei? xv .11 ,-h.int tin- llt.iny. J'on't mall niircely tti forelmi cotintrlPR
... ,, , ?i ,i ... ., wit bout pppolul liinulry eonoortilns the reR-
Afer the s rvl.es the llau prewnti.t to die llIutlonH (tovernlnn foielKti :ulilreseil tnat
ho'itip by the -lnllr.n of Cntheilrnl parlfh ter.
will be mlfd on the hulMlnfr. the orphans! Uon't nllenipt to m-iiil merclmn.lliie to
.i,ii ,,. ,,,., fore hrn I'ountrles, other than I'anaila ami
meanwhile bIhkUik Amerlen. Mexico, In execution of an onler or iih a
The prosrnmme l. r follows: Ku, utiless the postiiRo Is Jirupalil at .'1 routs
A. hire." bv Itev. father Olennon, V. 0. i P'-r half ounce. .
Head nir of the Dee nr.it on of Ini eneni -
nee by Mr. William .Moore anil MnRlnj?
rne star Hpanieu Ji.inner, ' ny tne entire
The Ladies' Auxiliary to the KnlKhts of
1'ather Mathew will have ehnrKC of the re
freshment stands and tho Daughter of
Krln will serve an old-fashioned dinner.
The nftpftioon programme will be ns fol
lows: Knee, by boys under 13 years; sack
race, free-for-all: potato race, Klrls under
14 years; tiiB of war, married men vs. single
men; race, 10) yards, boys I."i to IS; fat
man's race, Ml pounds and over. There
will alo be Jumping, throwing tho hninmpr
A band will furnish music until after the
Tho home is accessible, being lint one
block from the end of the Summit street
cable line anil four blocks from the Orand
avenue line. There will be no charge for
n!Jj?.'',!'s'?n.,. . .,,.,,, ,,- ' chased all the Hmeail patents for the ter-
Thls Institution was established In 1S,.T , rv' (.verlnt! Missouri. Kansas. Soiuh
by the Uev. liernnril Donnelly, ns nn asy-l' ,' veiirnski.. Arkansas and Colorado. K.
lum ror orphans. 'I here are seventy In -
mates at present. The bisters In charge
make every effort, not only to provide for
them physically, but morally and Intellect
ually, as well. The smaller children have
no duties to perform except to study until
they have reached the fourth grade. After
th.it their days are divided between the
study of textbooks and the Instruction of
the industrial school. .In the latter the
young girls are taught the arts of house
keeping, needlework and all those domestic
e.ccompllMiments requisite to successful
omnnhood. Very ninny of the girls are
experts with the needle and their handi
work llnds ready sale. Many of the best
families In the city are their patrons when
fine work Is required.
, No distinction of creed Is made nnd no
hlld is refused admittance except such as
are deemed tit subjects for a reformatory,
jind infants. About one-sixth of the chll-
thrt .lren pay for their board, at the rate of
posiArom $2 to $5 per month. This, with $100
! '.'.tcr'i; montn a.iv.inceu ny me vatnone ionic-
,socianon. nnu tne proceeus or ine 111
, i,l 1 lass, forms the sole support of the
Children and ten .Sisters.
,!,'"" 0r ",0 overcrowded condition
' iVme an addition to it has been
JoCed for some yiirs. Hy bequest
,ifS3 Thomas Corrigan, this addition,
,?, 11 ui ,s m consist or a chapel ai
1 1' e'' ' t gn ,1"". ",l,y "0W ,,e 1,11"t-
k ... S riV'hiipel will be one of the I
:. 111 i-iiiiii ui ,l i-ii.iin'i ,11m liitHi- 11-
ir (,tiui)ii will be one of the handsomest
of its kind in the stnte. While following
no special style of architecture, It combine
the best features of all. It will be con
st nii-ted of pressed brick, trimmed with
stone. The interior decorations will be of
polished 0.1k. At a conservative estimate,
the building will cost SS.oiM.
NINNA A. UAKItlGAN.
I'MIW 1'ACII'IU it.Ti:s.
fourth of duly.
On July 3 and I, tho Union Pacific will
fell t-xcurstun tickets to points within a)
miles, at the rate of one fare for llm
round trip, tickets limited to return July
B. City ticket ollicus. 1M Main St., 1IKS
Cnlon avenue and I'nlon station. Tele
phone 1109. J. 11. FItAWLUY,
A Mnry Uitli 11 .Unr.il,
As evidence of tho Interest with which
the American public has eomo to regard
all matters pertaining to improved rail
way service and the vast strides which
have been made towards perfection in tho
art ot passenger transportation, -tie arti
cle by Albert rranklln Matthews, publish
ed In Harper's Young People, of Janu.u'y
C. may be accepted ns conclusive.
The article describes the writer's expe
rience on it 113 mile trip from New Yutk to
Albany on the eugltn of the Xmv 1'oik
Central's famous Kxposltion lljvr, nnd
while the story Is told in a most diverting
way, It contains much practical Informa
tion of value lu every traveler. A'tir 1I0
(criblng the opeiation of the engine mil
the beautiful scenery along thu Hudson,
Mr. Matthews minimal s -h thus:
if you like figures, it muv interest you
to know that the driving wheels of your
engine have made exacly 33,61c revolutions)
between New Yoik and Uhuny; Hut Coll
gallons of water have b-en in.i.l Into
Monm, nt tho rate of 3.S.S galloim pi r mile;
that the weight of the ears un the train
Is M.'.timi pounds, and that the engine and
tender al,o) pounds; that at the r.ito of
feventy miles an hour jou were aoln
Wi.fA feet per second. It may Interest you
to know something of the record of this
train, which Is the fastest long distance
train In tho world meaning by that ,1 dis
tance of morn than live hundred miles
from start to ultimate destination. In
June Inst the train was on time twenty
two days; ahead of time, live days; and
fiom one to live minutes late three days.
In July It was late only once, fourteen
minutes; and In August late once, twenty
tour minutes; and :o the record goes, u
line testimony to the kklll of the engineer
Hlld the safety of American railroading."
All this reads very much like an adver
tisement Of the New York Central road,
but us It Is well known that everything of
that nature Is rigidly excluded from the
columns of Harper's petlodlcals, the only
fair conclusion Is lliut the writer simply
pays a deserted tribute to the facilities uf
"America's ijivatest it.1llro.1d."
The ladies of the West side are very
much pleased to thi.l Klcvciith street is to
lie payed from Walnut street to the bluff
by Mr. Hugh Mcllouuii with the famous
Jlarber Asphalt avii(.iiiit.
Allidcnt III tin Mall Sertice.
One of the new mall wagons that wan
put on tho 1st of the month cunie to grief
about 11 o'clock yesterdaj, murniUK at
Twenty-second and tlrand avenue The
team became frightened at an miglne: the
driver, whoso name is Woods, being unable
to hold them, was thrown from the wagon
and had his leg hurt. At lUst he was
thought lo be seriously Injured, but lab r
Investigation proved his Injuries were
Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report
I V' Powder
Highest Honors World's Pair,
MOST PhRFECT MADI2.
(Hire tJupr C'tc.'ii of Tartar PovvJcc Free
roin Arrctniii'j, Alirntir.nA cth r ,i,Uiltci.int,
40 V- VKS THE STANDARD.
A hit tit' lM;llt. .miri:.
te ii- iv.pnpcrp,
1 "M. 11, .'.! n)nl Tuemlay morning we throw
in Mi., waste banhet from Km to JW Stimtny
iii..ns of otir city paper for the want of
r. iuikiii- postage," ny Mr. Wnllier, miier
nii. 1. nt of cnrrlere. Many people think
I nt.t will wml nny hIkpiI newspaper,
w!i.na the rate for wrnppeil tiewspnprisi
l rour niincpH for I pent.
1 Tli. Smi'lay papers often weigh sixteen
on 1. . u'l'l tire tied With rtpllrntely eolnrpil
tlin 1 ' lion they retteh the ptrntoillee, lie-
1 no. 11 i; initneillntelv the feminine dernier.
, Tli.. iKnnrntiee of the jtonenil public Id
't i-t In thin one purtlculnr, of iiiiiIIIiik pn
I. - The bent wny In to iturertnln the
tt.lubt of j our pnper, then nltlx the proper
IIiip are five "Don't" which It tnlRht lie
1 wi'll to observe:
1 t,..' x,..!! ., nnit.alinl.,. e- nmnl 1,1,111
1 IJnn 1 inn 10 11111 your own iiuun-w 1111
I eppli parrel before ni.illlliK.
TblH will fn
pllllute 11 leturii tn the femler In event of
Don't I'Mieet n "subslllute" to Ket nrounil
ns emly n your regular carrier, aa many
barrler.s are in IiIh way.
.llp.tr., I,.ul. nml Kltrlieti I'tmlilm; Their
There Is a llrm recently established In
Knnpas City that will undoubtedly make
itself felt within tho next year. The llrm
l Lewis H Kitchen, who have control of
the yinend system of warming and vcntl
latlnR liulldlnKS, with olllees nt the south
weet corner of Ninth and Hroadway.
t .....i r. i.-ltl,.-,, l.xen 1ml rrtn.inltv fiiir.
, ,. , wls , senior member of the tlrm. halls
from Illinois, wnere lor several yearn lie
was ipilte prominent In polities In that
state, lie was railroad and warehouse
commissioner under the administration tf
Mr. Lewis Is a llrm believer In the fu
tuie Kreattiess of Kansas City. It was this
conlldPiiee that sniTKested to him the ad
visability of putehastnf,' die Hmead pat
ents for this territory .and niaUlnn Kanas
Citv his home. Call niul talk with thPin
nhuiit their system.
or inti:ki:si' to i:vi:is i,aiii.
RillM) In tJolil to lie Awarded.
The houFowives of Kanass City are look
ing forward with considerable Interest to
the btead baking ennttst, at which the
Kansas City Interstate I'nlr Association
will award to the ladles baking the best
loaves of bread from It. T.Davis' ltojnl No.
10 Hour, four hundred dollars (tl(ni) lu gold,
lu twenty-seven differWU premiums, the
contest to be held Wednesday, October :,
lSKi, at the Kxposltion building during fair
They have added 0 special feature to
this year's contest, which Is creating con
siderable interest. It Is that each lady
may enter, besides her own loaf, an addi
tional ioaf in the name of her church or
any benevolent society she may chuo.se.
This gives each lady two chances, one for
herself nnd one for the Institution in whose
name she enters her bread. For particu
lars, send for premium list.
I). W. LONOWALL,
Sec. Kansas City Int -state Fair Assn.
CI I IMP P.A'liJs
To St. I.oul In tho Walni-li.
HOT to St. Louts.
JS.i round trip.
The Wabash Is the short lino and makes
the fastest time. Free chair cars and
"Take the Wabash."
Ticket oillce, northwest corner Ninth and
thiloii National Hank at I'tii'iiicr Location.
The lire which occurred In tho Sheldley
building last .March damaged thu tlxtures
and room occupied by the I'nlon National
bank to'sneh an extent that a temporary
removal of the bank to 1U Main, street
.Since thu lire it score of workmen have
been biihi reconstructing the north wall.
Cutting In laiw windows, enlarging Hie
unking room and decorating and fresco
ing the walls, until the room Is a modern
model of tirtlstlu taste. The solid mn
iiugnny llxtures. resting on a beautifully
tiled Hour, are handsomely carved and so
arranged as to accommodate tho Increased
business of the bank.
A short sketch of the bank's history
finds its Hist president, vice president and
cashier still occupying the positions to
which they were elected when tile bank
was organized, in pis". The capita! stock
remains at $a),oeo, fully paid.
During fin Interview with a Journal re
porter, Cashier liiwli said: "We desire
no puff our success can be attributed to
conservative banking method, and In car
rying out this policy We have been enabled
to Invariably pay our dividends and In.
criuse our business. We shall be pleased
to welcome our friends to-morrow in our
'old home,' which we have been pains
taking in remodeling for their convenlunic
nnd comfort, as well as our own."
$t.fio-.st. Lauls and return JS.0O.
$1.51) .St. Louis onu way $1.5').
Via Chicago ii. Alton It. It.
stray Shuts Iriuii the siirwynr of tho Purl,
In .September. Ik;', Kansas City recelvid
the distinction by an net of congicu. ot
enjoying; " the privilege of it seaboard
c!t, as ngardlng foreign merchandise.
Hon. It. C, Crow ell was the llrst uurvevor
of the purl. The duties collected In thu
first year of Kansas City's business
amounted to iiU.&ife.&S.
The duties sent to thu treasury for 1WS,
yeur ending June 3u, amounted to $3Ti,lL'.2"i,
the cust of collecting being a little over 3,
per centum for the year.
The olllclaU lit the port of Kansas City
number nine our guiia! surveyor, Mr. .Mil
ton Welch, llye deputies, two atotekeepers
niul one Inspector,
The warehouses are In constant use, one
at the Argentine smelter and tho other at
Twenty-lust and (ir.md uvenue. Ijtwy
"bonded lur" that arrives In Kansas Lily
Is teported within eighteen hours at the
custom house, and the Importer is notified
to make entry and pay duty. Failure
scuds tin goods to die bonded warehouse,
win re thej are suiTend to remain for one
year before sold for duties.
Three urn or Iium bullion arrived from
ilcxeo this momma.
About sib' railway postal clerks were paid
their June ml.iri. s ,11 the assistunt post--muster
s olllco yesterday.
INTERVIEW WITH THE MAYOR
111: I'.im:isi:s tils ii;us im:t;i.v in
All.Mt ll'AI. llH IIIt.NAtf.M.
l'rofelonnl llllli rdkir lleniiiinrrit
leiiroim Jiuituiicp ami thp Stniit
llohip nter lliliti ttil nrk
fur the I'll).
Mayor Dsvl wn seen In hi oillce ye,
trrdny by it reporter of the Fourth of July
-111 ton of the Journal nnd submitted to nn
interview on pity srovernrnelit.
To the question, "How can we have nn
Meat city Hovcrnnient."' the mayor re
plied: "In the first plftpe by plectln Rood men
to oillce, nnd 111 the second place by stand
ins by these men after they ftre elected,
. lnn a they nre tryln to do HRht. 1
have no patience with business men. Hood
men In the ennimiinlty who stay nt home
from primaries and allow Incompetent and
dishonest men to net on th" ticket; stay
at home on election day and allow tin in
to be elected; then howl nnd complain be
cause bad men Ret IhIO oillce. Hood cltt
pih are always In thp majority, and If
they but attend to the interest of the
city none but men well uunlllled In ev r
respect will till our olllees. When (too. I
man I elected to any oillce It Is the duty
of all good cltlsens to aid hint nil they can
nnd lo defend hltn at the bar of public
it I the ditty of all to take an Intercut
In the city government a clllxen nnd
patriots, not simply a ollleeseeker. I here
are scores of men III every community
who lose their patriotism and their Rood
sense when they llnd thnt they don t eet
an oillce nt the hand of the appointing
otllclal. This I wrong; all men cannot
tret nn oillce It l Impossible to put l,ti"J
men into liny oiure.
"It Is nil right to sepk oillce, but it l
not at nil liuht to get mrtd lieenuse you
enn't get it. The people of tills land should
remember thnt It I their duty to sup
port the government and not the govern
ment support the people.
"Hood city government eome from hon
est, competent otllclal In all branches of
the government mipportpri etithuintlcnlly
bv all good citizens. I think mod ollb l.ii
of our country try to do right, of course,
scattered all over the country there are
men whom the tide of popular favor ha
some time or other borne Into ollb e. but
who have been entiled off again b Its
ebb. Many ot them are 111011 of anility,
whose talents and experiences might lie
turned to good account tn the public ser
lee, but a large number are men for whom
their country has no use; men whose
brief experience In nlTalrs would -cre
only to Increase their capacity to do harm
men who were landed In oillce by some
tickle wave of popular feeling, as a .bill
llsh might be mst ashore by a .-ci wave
and as little qualified for the change. Hut.
nevertheless, It l wrong for peopb- to
think that It Is necessary to abuse a pub
lic olllelal or to lie about him. They slioul I
encourage him, show him friendship and
much better results Will follow. You can
nlwnys catch more Hies with molasses
"You ask me how can our mayor best he
aided In making our city what It should
be? Well, I have pretty nearly answerod
Hint In replying to the other question. I
might add, however, that Kansas City Is
one of the cleanest, healthiest and most
law-abiding cities in the world. This
statement can tic proven by a reference
lo the report of nil cities. We have clean
streets; garbage Is better handled; crime
Is less rampant than in any other city of
its size. Ot course, I suppose It could
be much better: I hope It will be; but
what 1 do say Is that Instead or running
our city down we ought to always boost
It tip; no difference what man or what
political party Is at Its head. Hy stand
ing up for our city at all times, defending
Its good name at home and abroad with
patriotism and Illicitly, you can aid the
mayor and his associate In oillce to up
build the city and give n noble standing
among the cities of the land.
"1 am very much Interested In the work
of the ladles, and believe If the Fourth of
July edition of the Journal Is reail and di
gested by our citizens, the condition of
affair will be much improved."
MIJH. C. K. 11.
SOME QUEER LETTERS.
Distracted Parents Write for Pint muster1
to I'lliil I.int Children oillii
Letters received by tho postmaster do
not always relate to postolllce business.
Often he Is called upon to look up a lost
son or daughter.
Not lung ago a letter came from a man
lu Western Kansas. Ills l.l-year-old girl
had run away.
.she was described as being "tolerably
pretty, red headed and a mole on her bit
The assistant postmaster b. Ing crowded
with work when tills letter arrived. It
was turned over to the superlnt. ndeiit of
carrier, with instructions to make a care
ful search for the girl. A few da.vs ago
the latter made a report In which he said
he hud rotltul several reil hefiiteil frit-lx I, til
'lie wasn't quite sure about the mole.
a postal earn auiuessuii 10 cue post
master and mailed at Arapahoe, Neb., a
few days since, read as follows:
'Would you please send tne the natno nnd
address of our deceased sister? She was our
past president and national vice president
of the M. K. C, and we wish to commun
icate with her."
(living out information of tills kind Is
contrary to the postal laws and regula
tions, hence no Investigation was made in
Another card received nt this oillce reads:
"Please forward to John Hmlth those let
ters that were sent there. If he didn't get
them, or if tie-re Is such a place as given
wmi ciiy, scnu litem to l.l Kansas i.ity.
Mo. If theie Is not such a place as an
abbreviation of Kansas, Mo., please send
them to him if he is there, is 110 Kansas
C Mu. Send 111.111 to Kansas city. .Mo."
Communications similar tn the above are
recelvid at the postolllce every few days.
and In many cases require considerable
study to llnd out what the writer wants.
All "kicks" are made to the assistant
postmaster, "lis well that he Is un ami
able man, for his oillce is open all day to
the professional, as well as the sometimes
"kicker." If they would only form In line
and take their turn at him; but. no, tlioe
"kickers" tun "pusheis," too; they all
wish to get at him at once.
It Is 11 sad thing to write, but the worst
"kl.'kers" by far are feminine. From the
natural order of things, this should not be
itecently a lady called on the assistant
postmaster and said she hail mailed a let
ter to her son, enclosing a f H) money order.
"Suppose siime long lingered clerk had got
it; "pity there were not a few honest peo
ple lu tlie employ of the government nowa
days; thought llley had to steal everj
tlilug they got their hands on," and ad
iilllnituiu. At last the assistant postmaster
found 11 chance to say, "Madam, perhaps
the letter bore no address or was nut iul-dics-scd
correctly. In that case it would ro
to the dead letter olllco and be returned
In due course of time."
At this suggestion she said: "Do I look
like a tool'; Don't you think I know how
tu address a letter?"
About a week after this lady's visit the
letter was 11 turned fium the dead letter
oillce; 110 sign of an address on the en
velope. The lady was sent for, when the letter
was presented to her, She Was In a great
hurry to get out of the oillce, but she vv.ts
held long enough to sign a recuipt for
She left without an apology.
TliemoKi micruMtuli'iiri) for Pain, ladlees
Itoiianit Hoblllty is P.mikiui'.s HiM.r.it ii.Nu .
I'AUKiit's lUiu ll.vi.M.vM i life to Hie bair.
lllejcle Ollb IMcnlc.
The Aladiti I'ycle Club will picnic to-day
on the lilue, uliout elk'lit miles trom ihe
city. They will iiiiilic the nip on wheel,
their rctreshiitfiitii to be sent out 111 ,1
WiiKon. ThlH dub ia strictly a "bloomer
club." (Jltlccrs (ire V, T. Williams, presi
dent; Jllss Jennie Wood, secntary. The
club will be ihapiruncd by .Mr. tittd .Mis,
Wood nnd -Mr. uml -Mrs. Williams.
Another l.ouj; Pelt Wiint,
St. Joseph, Mo., July 3. (Special.) A
new evenliiB paper will soon be launched
here by a, company which has at Its head
(.'uiiKieMiinuii (leorKe (.'. Crovvtber. The
plans are not fully matured, but It is ex
pected to Issue the llrst number In about
u mouth. U. M. (Illmer will do cdltoilul
work. The policy ot ihe paper will bo
r.ivurhu," L'bicr diiKilie .Marllu.
Topeka, K.is., July 3. (Special.) The
Populist state central committee will meet
In Topeka to-morrow to talk about the
nomination of a chief Justice. Most of the
members who have so far exptessed them
selves are lu favor of ieuvinir the ticket
blank in the interests of Chief Justleo
(iovernor Truutiiiau Itcluriictl.
Topeka, ICas.. July 3. (Special.) I.leuteu.
ant Governor Troutman returned from a
Hip to Itostou to-day. lie says he cut his
visit short to confound those who weio in.
tlmatliiK that he wanted to shirk his en.
BuKoiueiit to speak ut tho temt.e'-'tie
s.- rr t,xc?h
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nut 1 eii. r-'
I'll, e Pl.ie
S.1rsnp.INI! 1, per bottle $ m ji i
1 III v. Iron I'ulnliiP and Stry .per
Cod Liver Oil, FltnUlslott, per hot
Ileef, Iron and Wine, per hot ..
!' Peimln, ppr bottlp ,
lltmyndy Water, ppr bottlp ...1
Aor' Hair Vigor, per bottle ,,
Hall's llnlr Vigor, per liot-tle ....
Wild Cherry Phosphate, large,
Vaseline, per bottlp
.10 1 00
fii I no
Wi 1 01
fin 1 ivi
oi i (HI
r. i im
.M. A- I.. Florida water, per hot. t. 7.".
Sozodont, pi r Initio r..i ?."i
Curllne. per bottle 2". ,".n
Itlce Powder, per package nt pi
.Mull nrilcru receive prompt alteiillon.
gnoil nlomler for otic, twii quart I'liuiilam
(imtiiiiK .sponge., etc. AU lu ce our s;iiin
for Itil wiirin weather.
999 OiiOQO BS 0SOtM8
r h I
Oh, what a Difference in the Morning!
A 0000 THING, Jlimaivo
Kettle Rendered Leaf Lard,
Salt and Smoked Meats.
BEEF AND POlUi .PACKERS,
L. J. BUCHANAN,
219 EAST TWELFTH ST,
WOn A W'S EXCH ANQ E,
1120 "W-HjiLNrTjrT stpiiet.
LONCJTEON SJ:11'1:J PliOM JJ.'UO toXt.'W,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO LUNCHES
Fionsrios .hsttd travelers.
Orders Solicited for Em broidery and Fine Needlework.
Vh- H fl t "t r (t t" M' " f"f N'-f vni, jv
ten, ) i'ii -, Atrnpiiv, Vr. i nn-l o'
Sk ' 1 . Ilril it. Icl ll'iir
Hcsult la 4 weeks.
J fit.'a'v (ylg4lc. -
W U. Siahuer, druggist, cor, Grana ave.
m a m -w m vwv v
.'T - NvSx : - -1..,.
do the business
-nil from .111 In Hill per lent.
Conl. ho 1 Milk (Kiel p.r nn 1.
Cutlcura Soap, per , .ike I",
Pears' Soap, p. r cake 11
Plnniul' liair Tonic, per bottle :io
'irlentnl Cream, per bottle 1 on
Colttati' Toilet Waters, per hot, "'.
Imninnehp Fnc Powder.pcr bov.
Ti 'ion's Swans. low n. per box ..
T.-tlow'v Unburn. :. per bos ....
Alb ock's Porou Phiitcr. each
F"-' Jamaica Hlngcr.
Muiiyiin'- Itetiiill.s .". for 1 .
Positive Corn tine r.
I iiri men ibl In nil n.uto nf I .
i rlnge nn.j .-.lie. I large jloeb of Itiu.h.-.,
I : n.it lur (he In e. . lint tib.it jou "nut
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O'RIBLLY BROS., 920 Alain St.
0OKOB eJOtSOv5 999
the oismrx- BK.isriD.
SON & CO, Ltd.
.! i rf Stfiual rocrdn eiUier
aknr-.fc(t, from any ci'iie, u,q
.y f. it.r 'i. If Delect J, ui h
of i..un4 th nn "in , AJJtci
(V tf. mrt t
und 12th St., Kansas City, Mo.
Added lo our Millinery Triumphs. Arrangements made
H? with the celebrated New York Hatter "Knox''
3 whereby his make of Women's Hats are confined oxclti-
. sively to us.
The nobbiest, richest,
had only at the place that
The first lot, made expressly for our trade, jus1
In black and white, split straws.
Jn black and wliilc, finest quality Milan.
In white basket sennet braid, in $.; and $3 grades.
Ivvcry I Iat bears the stamp of the maker, together
with our name as special agents.
Now, when you want the Choicest Sailors made
as well as the choicest every
come to the fountain head.
G. Bernheimer, Bros. & Co.
BANC, FIZZ, BANC!
THE FOURTH" OF JULY
ATTKACTIO.NS I Xi:Cl:i.l.l:l.
' P. AI Indian l,n CroHi. (iiiino
1 V. M Carl ( li.irlct, l:illllbiit
-Hill P. M Inieph Hare, iiKbl Itnpn Milllier
ti::ll P. .11 Itiinil Conrerl on the Luke
illo P. .11 "Kriiiliile." Ill Aiiillliirluin
,-.::n p. .m ui'Aiitt'Pi.i:T itAi.i.ooN aci:nki.n
pi:i:t in thi: aik ami paiiaciii'ti:
.All, LP. CllltlNNi: AM li.dssli:" AMI
ll::il P. SI Curl Onirics l.'ipilllbrUt lltlld P. SI,
7:1,-. P. SI "IlKMIMi:" :IS P. SI.
X:l,-i P. SI Hand Concert on l.nlie K:l." P. SI.
.Sl.'tll P. SI rlKIMMIIIK! l'llti:W(IICK K::lll P. St.
1 be (iriuulcHt IINphiy l:er ei n In the West.
All II. iv! All H.i I All l).i! It. ill. tin;. It. iiitlni;, I'I-Mml'. Cr.vtal Mmc, electric Theater,
runny Hear, Sli.rr-(;o-l;.iiutd, "A'cMii," (life, lloiilin, shootliii;, linnin-
Kraphs I'l owcrs nnd in the evenini; the rantoils licet lie I'oiiutalti.
i'ruln ciery fen iiilutilc. llepot . ml and W.vnlulottc mill Second un. I Walnut Ms
Wholesale and Retail
N. W. Cor. 5th
Opt. Flavoring Extracts, Pure Spices,
Manhattan Baking Powder,
Stand at tho Head
C. A. HURDOCK MFG. CO.,
Il'lTi iiiul IL'1'7 I'liitiii avo KANSAS (MTV.
drotitest Attraeiuins ever oliVrort to tlie public l-'UKJi
4 The Celebrated Flying Jordans 4
AI KIAI. li.ltl (llt.Vli:it.
4-FJelson Sisters4 CHAXNpfJTNu!v,ADTYErtsc.ROBATS
s l.ooo DISPLAY OP KIUKWOHKS. ADDIMiSS 1!Y .AIAYOH
DAVIS, ..Till: IJLL1: AND UkAY." .ML'SK ALL DAY. tl
PKUKU1LMANC KS. Tit A INS KVHltY PIVH .Ml.NLTliS.
KLKCTltlC I'Alts. HOl'ND Tit IP Ifl CENTS.
NO MORE BROKEN POINTS.
We ll.IV.- .11-. .VilV 1 Hl.lt l.J hoi'lilie the
p.. int- of uni ...ll.ii ovt live fet.Min they
will lieiel uvir 1 1' m-. 1. without Ijr.'uk
Iiik. The pro. hi. i imtt dti'il uinl we are
the p.llellt. i .. lltllel' l.iull.lrles filll't ilo
ill, in tins uaj. ,uiil m vvill Keep on liie.'ik
iiiw them for you. Ii fuiitr. ht us WASH
your , oil, us an.l e tvlll leiivo them for
you to wen ..ut ('.ill ,ui I Ree It work anil
lie eonvtiii . I Turn.iiK a. lollar Is like turn
Ins pte.e ol vvuuil ll must hu Steamed.
MUNGER'S LAUNDRY CO,,
I3.'l:l unit 1:1:1.1 Pant Tvviinii Mreet,
111 Wi'il Mnlli Mirrl,
flty Wyiiiiiliiitti Mreet,
.YJl Hiiiieotu .Tenue.
ST. JAMBS MISS"Jx
in. iir.q i i
tiii: oi.npyr I
i ut: .most M''C'i:vri.i. r
nn: ii.M,v si:i.i:;t I
I'urCutulouuv uuil leriiis uUilri.r. Col. P.
lAMiWiLtuiMg: tf -i&miijmHD
utli mttl Alain Ms.
bcsl Sailors made now to be
abounds with Artistic Mil-
other thing in Millinery a
A IIIXTIM (IPS PltdCltA.M.Mt:.
.... S P.
. ,-.::io p,
limps. pitoi'i:ss(ii( souutr.s,
.Kin on:," incite iii)t;.
and Hain Sis.,
l-'OU PURITY, UN'IFOIMUTY AND
SHI'URKJklTY OP QUALITY.
V. lil.Pt:, buperlutcmieut, Macou, ilo.