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rllK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY, JULY U 1S0.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
We will pre ,c nt Iuti onh . few fnun nun of such reputation
as to make their evidence .ncep!al c to .ill.
IMA 1" I'MiKIM l,T i'i f. 11 ,w
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I i ' "ith the Kecley i-iitc."
JllMt'ip Ml. IIS. of Now Hampshire, savs
VV i n v ( to And the man. hr-mghi j
knowledge of the working!
K.! Institute, who, whatever
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The true Kceiry Remedies
Alcohol and Morphine Inebriety
B ,s7 SFa IF3 n F3 a RranKntFHRc?s&F
Portsmouth Building, Kansas City, Kas.
Tlic Keelcy Intiruf of Kansas li.tve been rmp.olidiiteil nt tlii1.' iilltre. :illil
the Keeley Treatiiient run be -ociireil ut no otliei pluce m the state Full paf
t icuhir.s on aiiplii'iitiou
These Firms Oo Business
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Imitator.. IS MINMISmTA WI.Mi: I.hiiki, ( Itj, Iv.u.".,..
G, W. BETTS,
Juilii'f of Hu' J'c.iee.
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George M. Hughes,
Justice of flic Peace,
BELLE" VIEW !
$125, f isu,$JUO.
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S. X. Simpson k Son,
Chain! ri oil ij-ii IIIiIk
Practical Kcononn. l CAIIl'IiN TK ,
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mi 'llnu en .'i hli i-- witMh
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;lir PAINTS, VARNI!HES, BRUSHES, PICTURE MOLDINGS AND
WINDOW GLASS, VnVIIVm.M ,
W. P. WHITE,
grn. '.513 PJinnesota Avenue.
IF YOU WOULD AVOID
IN CASE OF LOSS UY
I'l.-p.ralliiii It 1. ultuiil, I) llirnili.
IT IS THE CHEAPEST BECAUSE IT IS THE BtST!
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i . li Keclcy'i" mi-tho'l -f
i- iiinciit of Inolirtfty nml tl
nnkilil curi'ii he ' lm l"i
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1 I i. stu.llp'l thi- (.tilij. i t frutn lt pit'i-
il vt.iiulinili t. iin.l am pi rn. ilh
i.i!itl wtri it"., htm li'1'' rn. n 'i 'fn
v . w n . it .iti'l i inltv nnni nf h..i'i
- nt to Pr l.'i l ;m !! u i -
i I. mil win. r. rn tin .utiJ, . -
irnl of them of live- yonrn' tniii'm.
Tin re In no error In lr. Kfi'lff V
f.iiitiiliitliiti thoorl.", fmm thf tnn''iiliit
..f ..iihuluKl' ni icli-tii . So f:n in 'ii
it.il i,ult irn. no tlililm nf nn iin
i"i.iiih'.. liaiai'ti r 'an b,' (j.i.n h th'
U.lti-1 iLlll-t Ii K',t.V 'IH i.
'I'h -null tin i.nt "f ippirmt 'ii'm-
"i pro. the ti.iili "f th, i.i-ril i'ih
I r.?anl Ir. KpHf - I n n ,n li- in. I
Iral relation grwitor ilim "i i ! it." il
lation or t.'.p use of anm -th ti - i il
ly, it In gTatpr than tin' abolition of
l,iv.-r.v ai a moral o ll. Kop1pv' cure
11 i m ri p. it. rniit. .ifi'l nolili'i las
I I ,in I. in nip - l.m.in, ipntlon pr u Ituiui
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and Treatment for the Cure of
can be secured in Kansas City
Because They Advertise,
i'hont'No W tL
i!t (.' .ill Kit N ..1" rnpul it I'tl.r,
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III tit li t Ml l!n it l Ol i t .1 It t!l' 'il.
'.'' I'.'.'-,'.'"- '"- IM". Mill. IT.,,,..
AMihSiutlilns, Baliiij till
(inner. Tiiimir, l.mirrli.
' iln. i ami all M. In 1)1.
iiim ti. i-nil fur lie, ni,.
I'letlMi llll'llttua .loarnil.
Dr. D. n.H. BYE,
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W A KUT'iX
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Tim Short (lrdir
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W .iii(lnlli (.ii ( o.,
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ALL "MONKEY WORK'
Ave., Kansas Citv. Kas. H
THE WAY TO HEALTH!
A ii'iiii'l. Jiir .Al(itln'iauil UaiiL'litors
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III.- ( OU11IE I,. .His.,
aim! e fattti in. 1. 1 11 11.
i luve found ihu
Mult. VI.- If ion ui 1 i-iiii'urr j., n
IhOliiiJiUllk of 111 h. I u,.i,i. tt h.L'., .1.,.,.
.uwt- ...i.i Mini j. lilt. 1
oitlie hour j iu . ,, ,
CONM I I t His 1 tt:i
jutli nullillut'. iiamas Lltj, Kaa.
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Tli 'n'ii' orator In .ill his f i 1 ?y
jrIN il.it '.m.m otmhl tn lino n plare
fn puhlii iifTnlrd. Tht fbt oiiRht to
hold office, vote, dn elpetloiipprlnff
nt fumi-fkln in nriler to hold
hT nti'ppf plar In ntlr kopIRI frttirlc.
Tho Amoricnn woman Iioltln hishrst
(ikl nhd undliupmed Kivny In n the
Altilr- of our otlnl nml lllitimrlol life.
I'pon tin' throne of IoVp Htn nnnv wo
man, tin- nuwn of every man' limit
In tho mM nnd lerrlblo iwnnl" f nil
hiMi.rv where men JtHve liecmni nltnnt
j.'ivl In thfir llmltlen )wvcr. -"iiu -mnn,
li. loxeil nnd triisteil l.y thl In rn
or hlit.r, hu liepn the mil ourro
of hl unronnuerrtWe ftenUic It ttni
Irtu- of Nfljwileon, of Wanhlhui'in. nil
. f ilpttt nil.
mrlrnii history letln only a few Inil
'! nt. of pproonnt valor nnd lieinlum hr
pi.n.il by Amorlitn women. If It cmilil
Ii.im ri'atl the hert of the handful of
Anifilean who surrounded (.leiirriil
.u i en nt Tlunker Xf 111 and foiifrht every
In. h of the ground In the face of nn
v( i whelming nnd dlwdtillned enemy,
lili'i woiilil huve reeordeil that the
r.it.i" tr mother, tvlves nnd nweethenrt
wi-n tipfnrn these Stwrtnn heme, tileftd
Inif fur them 0 keep this detected pn
orn from l-tllnK their homes nnd
(lit sides That's whnt mnde them nuht.
Th high esteem In whleh we tire held
l w.iinnn makes us noble men. If the
esii-tn Is low, we are Iftnoble men.
ffnmall hales t coward. Therefore, to
love a true woman, means to lie a brave
man In nil the senrred and checkered
a tin. ils of history, woman has In all time
ill-.pl i.ved the most heroic nnd purely
on--, lflsh devotion to those whom she
1 im d. Death, persecution nnd ilaiiK'-r
lmi no horrors for her when she l ills
ili.irglni? her duty to loved ones
A eelobiiiteii orator once said
"There Is a pnlntlnK In the Louvre, a
painting n' desolation, of despair .mil
live. It t, .presents 1he 'Night or the
friii lfl.l"ii.' The world Is wtnpped In
shadow tho stars are dead, nnd yet In
tli. d.itl.tiess Is seen kneeling a form
It l- Miry Magdalene, with loing lips
.mil li 'tids prossi'H against the bleeding
feet of Christ The skies were never
dark enough, nor starless enough, the
storm was ne.r fleiee enough tmr
wild ii'iugh. tin ipiiek bulifc "f h.iMti
wei in it r loud . n.m;h, and th at tows
of -I.indi llelil II. w till k i. .ugh t.
'liii a iiol'l w iiiii i n in t r hns
1 in.r- i 1. i 1 - it i- m ill human
p. .ih ih I h - w t I - man.'"
524-526-528 Minnesota Ave,,
Tel. 1-J7!. KaiMts City, Kas.
Will rciluce superfluous
flesh, cure Rheumatism,
Heart D i s e a s e, also
Bright's Disease have a
wonderful physiological ef
fect in numerous ailments.
Sent by mail. Price $ i per
box of ioo tablets.
I. W. HILLIKER
Sole agent. No. 15 Pros
pect street, Kansas City,
.1 .1 JI'il'XT, J. W. MOI'NT,
it. k, WJ T.llll iinief ave. lies. V, s. illh t.
'tl'ti'IllltMli, III Went.
Mount JlritN. 'jriiikfer C,i,i),ia,i.
r.FN'FKAI. TISANSI'KH ANIl KXPRCSS.
I'',imil iiiovhik. plunn lnmlll, hufe mov
ing etc, Uoimis pat ke.l, snippeil anil
-lnt.il. IiamsiiKi- theikis.1 uinl hauled to
.ml ll 0111 kiulf. Ixisi '00.ii hunted up,
l.i a.,,- or.l. 11- ut oftici, 4li,"i Mliiiienoia UVe.S
K. Uummh' hook moie. iiu Minnesota
.iic. K ' K. J. A. H.irhm.in . Hro.,
wihiImshIc iuIku 1 jiilnts, "3 Delauarc t.,
K 1'., Mo.
TU THE LADriOS.
To proteot a happy liomo iusuro
in Honest Old Companies, rep
resented by handsome, courteous.
j experienced agents. That is, have
, your nra insurance written by
1 DODSON & nonsoN,
I l.-l. Hl.l IUI KM N. s,, s(.
fi. T. KRIDLER. PH. G
;4f7 fliiiuicsota Ava.,
Analytical Chemist and Assayist.
I'l-oprietur ami .Manufacturer of
Mi'i"iin lli'lli Tl'u. Mi-iicuu I.HMitivu
('iiiiiiiiiiil ami Cas-tniii' Coiiiiuuinl
RANDLES & SON,
14- J)Ii)i n csota Avenue
Plumbing. Gas Fitting,
Steam and Hot Water Heating.
I. A. I'oli. r-ii,
IUI Vurtli (I1I1 St.. L.in.i, t'lt), Kan.
Til. Ht.l 31.
ViiJ vvSs'.- Errrr-
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T S SH iTO
IJUALO: J.UUi ro
IT 18 ALWAYS T),E CHEAPEST
To buy good (Groceries. Cheap Groceries are dear
at any price. Good wholesome food is what you
want. We always carry a fresh line of the very best
Groceries, both staple and fancy, in the market, and
sell them at remarkably low prices. Our large trade
testifies that the people believe in our method of con
ducting business. Our fresh and cured meats are also
the best that can be purchased. Give us an order
and we arc sure that you will always be a regular
customer. Goods delivered to all parts of the city.
r , ....
Money Saved is Money Made.
If you want to savo money, buy ono of our cottages, and pay
lor it $10 per month.
It Costs no 3 1 ore than Rent
And in a short time tho property is yours absolutely.
lts .Belter than a Savings Bank.
Let us tell you more about it.
The Journal officp has been
removed lrom the Chamber
ot Commerce to the first floor
of tho Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
STEAM LflUNDRY "H',K!;-.,.
If j nil unlit In In pl.-if-ril ullli i.nir
Lantiflrj 11trlv -.nil It tu 111 I I'.
I..iiin.lrj. II. I. n t I.I . I'm,,
5TH AND STATE. K. C, KAS.
N. E. Cor. 7th nnd Plinnosota,
Kansas City, Kas.
Jlfil tlr" VrVI I if i t
IM li 0ll jlilli
1 LSi J I 1 - t-f J I . J
Lii.iiih I'hm nn il in
Knn.i it . 1 is.
Horses, Diamonds, Etc
JitlM 528 Minnesota Ave,,
Kansas City, Kas,
Kooni :()(!, I'orlsniouth Bld.
II. .il.i in Vi and sei nint-lian I Fiiriillure.
t'Hpet-, ml. lull- 'mkiuhr an I II. .iiluit
Si. 'Vi" 117 M nm "ui. 1 .i.nu-, Kansas
i'li, K 1-. F'lriiituii liiMiKht, sold ..nil e-
A lleslilent uf llilsl'lty llecelies h l.itlir
rriiin Arl'ina 'lellliu; Him
uf llnrli.l (ii.l.l.
Mr. Oeorue Tislur rmlidl a letter yen-
duy lrom u b nil.-in.iii in Arlssona who"!;'?;., tuklni,- with her .Mrs. ArmsuonK's
fu ho was one of four nun, who, eoine I , I V. IV ., , , ,.
' hupi..rt jit (urn in iri.lii under a Th,? OauRlitPM of Liberty, auxiliary to
r , S U, . J .. , f ' tho Junior Order of American .Mechonles.
house In thin etty. Sim e th. u a hoime linn
been built ov(,r th- plaee. 'J'lllit KBIltleman
hug been trying to buy the plaee, but ha
to fur been uiJHUeoensfuI, and us a last rP
sort wrote Jlr. Taylor to eiure it for him.
Tho bouse Ih located 111 Isabella plaee.
The sentleman will vlalt thin eity In the
near future, pruaumably to try and uunin
gel within Ills puuai'sHioii the burled ffotd.
injured by a rireer.u'ker.
Willie O't'onnell, who lives on Vaihln
ton. ileal Fourth mreet. Man ImldlnK ll
blK lireerai ker ill his hunda ihls afternoon
wllieh i-xpli'ileil, t.-illillf oif the left Hide of
lii face ami hlx left ear. Ur. .Ml? wan
called to tire ih I- wound.
Iln 1 1 .u.l.ui,,, ....... I..m,1 a lul.riini i-aa
ttiday saylnu his wife wug dangerously
ill and is returning tram the West under
the cat. ut a iuieiui.
ste toward'pauug Metro?olllan 'aVenue
and nnd the Santa F. has a right-of-way
Tile city n.i s ueen UKing preliminary
lOMrlui! ihe intire street
Mrs i' II. Vanderttulker and Mr. Jle-
Mahon huve ic-liinii-i from a visit tn I
liardner, Kas. '
1 iiuiii.u. iiuse s uiresici lor ujuiMM
UI11I Illli-ll 1 .ill'l IUSIS
The West 1 iiil depot is being torn down
an 1 will be r nm ed tu Leavenworth.
In A'l.iuisun's liitU sou, who was so
ball) Inn ik. I, is luiplulng.
At the last niei ilng of the board of edit
latiou ii was unanimously volcil to wilh
.i iw from the county uniformity u( text
John Kt.ins Is louvaleseent.
Thtodore lleliize. who has been undergo.
lug Mimical tieatment at the Santa Fe
,11,-iniui, in iiiuiiu, nas reuiiiieii nunii'. i
Albul Ilunson, of Alchisijn, Is visiting '
ln-naiil HeliKe. ,,,,,, ,
. F. Lucus has sold his hardware stock
on the corner of Third and Metropolitan
avenue, to O. li Mi CuksIIii. ,
.M.'.r .l','..,,V jyinehi U and Miss Jov Steel.
of Illch Hill, Mo., .lie visiting Judge Trow,
bildge. 'ihey will also visit IJeuver awl
utiend the teacher, i oiiveutUm.
Mrs. 1. i. Kimball, of Kansas Citv, Mo.,
dipiity gland pnsld. nt of ihi La lies'
uill.irv to tin Dulit of Hallway i'.ai-
;u. tor-. I - in llu '! orKaniiiim a divl-
lon of the order, Thcj suit out with tvv tii. ,
NORTH SIXTH STREET,
With Soothing Balmy Oils,
Canrrr, 'I iinitir, Ciitarrli, I'lli , I'l.tnla, Kc
f rum anil all klu mill Wnillli tlMar.
t'ANcni! nf (li,. No..-, i:i. I.lp. Kar.
NVi'k, llnal. Stoma, li. mnli In fn.-l. all
Intrrnal or xli rnal ori;iin "r tlpur
i iir il Mlthoiit tli.' knife i.r liiirtilnir pln
t.r. Init itli .,itlilnc uomall. ni Hf.
war." ,f frail. M an. I Itnlt itor a iln'tf nro
otlni who hopr to prnllt l a Im rtlpltnr
to i ur. tli.. .llca'i' with an ml
cur THIS our
and pouI It for lllutrntfi
book on aliow ili.ase.
Mailcil free. AiMrets,
Or. D. M. liyc Combination Oil Cure
I'nri'iiicHitti HIiIcm Kmuoii Cltj Ku.
. & TOLL
1 h ,ri.r mi mli t an-t uftrr a public in.
Mi'U'.. 1 ih.r wi'i I., a tianqii. t
1 .rn . .n.p'.vi 1 .if I. A Tailur. Ji-ff
H.irlvi il.or Ilirn an! Jui U. Marshall
" 1 .ill n.l ill- Ins. ball Kain. in Kansas
Mi- Man All. llurwill, or Wlihitii, Is
Mtim; MWs llotia ',l.h
J. J lluipy will spt'tul tho rourth with
O A. Taylor.
Mr. Mlilillekauff. c-ashlcr of the First
State bank, will sponil the Fourth In Do
Si, to. Kas , llshlnir.
Mis Mary I.ohb leaves oon for Uooton
to attend the Christian Ilmleavor conven
tlnn Pr c I,. liurlte and family will spend
th. Fourth with O. A. Taylor at Tmrn-r.
Mr William Weildle, ul.o ha.s lieen very
III l Improvlne.
Mrs fi a. Taylor anil daughter. Mrs.
i'.i.i... Johnson, of St. I.ouls. and .Mrs. F.
I.. Alnsworlh will leave soon for Manltou
to -i" ml the summer.
Th. Hood Will Society of the CongreKa.
tlunal 1 lmreli will give an lee eream social
in t Tuesday evi'iilng ut the home of Mr.
ii. .irue Simons,
The Ladles' Aid Society of the First
Churili of Christ In Christian l'lilon will
ui an l.' cream t-ocial at the Tabernacle
T,1 l'll of the Presbyterian church
"'" i-''- n '''" cream social Tuesday
,,nimt at the home of II. F Mai.shall.
M fi. orm- orchestra will furnish the
'I'h. Arcentlne Illcyele flub reorsanlzed
1 1"! nlBht, with the folIowliiB olllcers: L.
I I: Itnliertson, jiresldent; I' Mooie, vice
im -i't.-nt : Dr. McClure. M'eret.uy and
11 isnr. r. The meetings will lie held every
1 I'm -day. in the ollli e uf the electric llRht
.111 1 water works company.
I Mis. s. S. Teters will leturn to-monow
. fmni K.mkakeo, where she has been vislt
iiiK f.ii the Inst two weMts
V ! Salle.., of Aliirtworth, Neb., is vl.s.
I lliiii.' his brother. O M. Folcord.
.1 A. Sampson, general foreman of the
. t. Iini.iphli line, is n tile 1 Ity looktni? over
the Kruund pn paratory to eftabllshlnu a
I lire alarm byntetn for the Santa Fe rail-
A p irty compoied nf Mlspes Fstello Kill.
Inn, ni.nne Luchk, Nellie and Lulu Ounl
s.iii, and MesHrn. lllbson, .Main on and
Smith will nsii to-day in southern KansaK
JmlKe Klneurt will spend the I'omtli at
Inve Ilhodes was arrested for tlhtliiK anil
fliud JO and costs.
Mrs, Jameg llcOulre. nf No. lf.; Osage
avenue, will spend tho Fourth at Leaven
worth. The Myrtle lodge, Daimhters of Ilclwknh,
seventy-live stroiiK. l'icnlo to-day at llurfie
Miss nila Maxwell, who h.is been vlslt
Init her ller, Mrs. f. C, Armstrong, re
turned to her home in St. JOsepn yester
was, organized last nlKht, with thlriy-nlno
Vi, M. Wallace, of Kinsman, Kas., grand
master of the A. O. L. W. of the state of
Kansas, is ri'Klstercct ni the Armourdale
Sir KnlKht Charles Freeman will be
Klad (o receive his friends at his oillee from
30 to 1" Friday morning, lluslness of im
portuneo which he wishes to communi
cate, A lost child, who was unable to give his
name or residence, was found ,u the cor
ner of I'dckaid and Shawnee avenues, and
Is awaiting identity at the police stutlon.
Jesse OswooJ was lodged in Jan yester
day, charged with stealing Iron from the
Hock Island elevator.
II 1'. O'llrlen. iieviI SI years, who died
jesierday at St. Mai Buret's hospital, will
be burled at St. John's cemetery from
l'MiiieU llros.' underiakini,- rooms.
JUfctUe Sims Will Dli.'ll court to-mnrrnw-
wlth two cases, the state v. Frank Sat
urday, grand larceny, and thv state vs.
iairlfTlWu?b,l!t the n'X
4v?.. .."" " ' '.l,',"lr)l" ne neaie.
r.u I'avis. wno was connneii m the county
Jull (or failure tp iiiKirt his wife and
child, is nuw at liberty, lie eluded the of.
ilcer at ihe lotkpllo. It Is supposed that
iw mis cuiueiierdie.
Frank Hewitt, of Turner, was In the city
yesterday and reports a glut in the pota
Abe Klein, the North side clothing man,
will oien up business In Annouid.ile uent
I The Christian, Presbyterian, Methodist
1 F, plsco pa I, llaptlst and Salvation Army
churches have formid a union, consisting
ituch churi-h, to be known as the Christian
m me i,uiui uiiu mo my mtmoers irom
hqiiu'is' i..iKUi. i ne nrst of a series, of
Sunday evening servKes will be held ut
Shawnee park next Sunday evening. Klght
minute nddrissts will be made by the pas-
tors. The Choral I'nlon will furnish tho
A lurty consisting of Itev. C. C. Arm-
strong and wife, I)r. and Mrs. S. 1. liar.
tlson. .Mrs. Lnima Way, her son, llou.ird.
aud little daughter will start to-morrow-
evening for an extended Eastern trip, vls-
itlng many ot the Kaslern cities, then tak-
,ng the water routi from Iloslon to .Mon-
trial aud other places of inurtst III Cau-
(Dr. Katharine llrrr.r Itli Inrd.nii, lalttnr.i
with i.ittm: I'..mm:n.i: iiiiui.v i-laci;
Ltiri.ii nt: iii:.friiir.ii.
U. P. LANDS NOT IN CITY LIMITS
DltKII.S.M, fllNTItlllllTltS I'llOI Itll
I'tlltTIJIts til' IIIIJUVS LIIIIIO.V.
Ilrlslit lint llrlrr nlr of tlrnrral tliilerel
tliitbrrrd b.r tiimrii llrpnrtrr of
tin. Ilesl selling I'.illtliMl nl
Cenlrlbuilon of the reporters for tht
wotniin'5 edition. Hmium City, Kas,'
A wondrous tblntr 1 love;
It rometh from nbovp,
And ettlM like it dove on omt
And .ome it never hit,
Without It given them fUn,
And ja-iitlerti nil their vvltn Hrltth hlimll
Fllle Ifenth llnriieti, Kmhrrlne Slnnrn
Hughe. HIM John, Illlzahelli May, Oarrl
I-MwardH llrownnon, Martha Mitchell ln
con. Whll" the paper hnvp been lilted with
nrtloleji urging the neepMlty of park. Im
prntrtnrniii. etc.. to IteBtillfy Knnn City,
Mo, and It hn been nmde mille for
them to do "0 by the tecent election, we
have not een any desire manifested by
our eltlssens, on the Kansas side, for like
We have a smre ot ground In the cen
ter of our city, Huron place, which could
be mule beautiful by a little enterprise.
It hu lieen tnlked uf, and 1 think n com
pany foi med, for the purpose of Improving
the same, but the results of their endeav
ors nte decidedly slow. We see nn elegant
crop of wtpiN, n few lcl.ly looking tree,
the ono bright onsl being n little llower
garden, which the Jatifttes uf Central
school. Mr. McKenzle, tend" with care.
A few settees under the shade of the tree"
on the north side, which offer a delightful
resting plnce for the weary ones, who are
overworked with nothing to do: but as a
whole, a desolate neglected looking ftKit.
which does not add to the beauty of our
What the women of Knnsas City, Ias.,
would like 10 ee Is n beautiful llbtniy
building adorning the center ground of
Huron place, nnd the grounds made at
tractive with beautiful shade trees, wind
ing pathways, llower beds and fountains.
Why not! It eould be done, and If the
men are too timid to undeitnke It alone,
let them rail upon the go-nhead women
of our city, who aided by the federation
of clubs, who pledged themselves to work
for the library, would soon make Union
place blossom as the rose, and It would
become a resting place for the mind and
eye. Then, what place can be mole gifted
by nature to become an ideal park than
our own Chclsen park? We trust that the
new management of the Metiopolltan sys
tem will endeavor to open It to the patron
age of our people, thereby keeping some of
ihe nickels and dimes on our own side.
Let us hone that the wonderful craze for
Improvement which has beset our sister
it) across Ihe line, may spread like con
tagion, to our own people and that we will
not be content to go on In the same old
pace, e.tr by year, but awaken with new
zeal and spint to our best needs.
cakkii: nmvAKDs mioivxso.v,
mx'iMo.Ns nv .n'lKii: .Mi:itso.v.
I'nlon r.ulllc lialluav I. anils Are Nut In
side tin- I'll Limits,.
In the common pleas court yesterday
morning Judge Andetson handed down a de
( ision in the injunction suit of the I'nlon
I'ai Itlc Itailnni Compan.v against the cltv
of Kansas City, Kas., in which he held
mat me innus ot the company In Ann
strong were not within the citv limits.
Several year, ago the city council extend
ed the limits of the illy to take In all of
the company's ground lying between Arm
strong and Aimourdale. The company en
joined the collection ot city taxes the fol
lowing year, claiming that tho extension
was illegal and upon the hearing of the
case the company won. The city oltlcers
then went before the stlite legislature and
bad a law passed giving it the authority to
extend the limits so as to take In this
Two years ago, working under the spe
cial net, the council extended Ihe limits
again, nnd the property was placed on the
tax rolls of the city. The company tiled
nnother suit enjoining the collection of all
clu taxes. This suit was filed in the com
mon pleas court. The plaintiff claimed that
the special act passed by the legislature
was contrary to the constitution of the
state and. also, was In contllct with the
fourteenth amendment to the federal con
stitution. The case was argued three weeks ago
and was taken under advisement. Judge
Anderson In his decision yesteiday held
that the special act was unconstitutional
find the city had no Jurisdiction ovr any
of the Fnlon Pacific lands. This will de
prive the city of a large amount of taxes,
lis there is, about llftv acres of very valu
able land taken from the citv tux rolls,
city Counselor Snyder will take an appeal
to the stale supreme court.
Judge Anderson also rendered another
decision In favor of the Fnlon Pacific com
pany and against the i ity. The city Wanted
to open Mill street across the company's
land and an Injunction suit was filed by
the company to restrain It from doing so.
The itijiinitlon was made permanent by
ri.; roic ii.M.(ii.s.
.Iiu nl, .VI. Kcpple Willi I- M (1,(11111 fur Al
ley il I'lit-e Iinprlsitiiiiieni,
The suit of Jacob M. Kepple against
Sheriff Pi terson, J. S ('uiiimliigs, (ieorge
P. Iluggles, acting sheriff of (isboin coun
ty. Kas., and S. J. Crlter, acting clerk of
Osboin county, Kas., is one which cannot
fall to attract a good dial of attention.
Kepple claims that on JUv 10, isu.1. he was
arrested and imprisoned without any right
or authority whatever: that he was kept
In jail live das and then released without
any trial or inurt pim-ei-ding-i. He claims
damages fur false Imprisonment, depriva
tion of family and fi lends. Injury to bus
iness and reputation and expense Incurred
In effortB to obtain releasi In all JIO'X1,
DA VI, Hill I' IIUIUil.AltV.
A Itisldeiiii. Kitten il aud u Valuable Ilia
llliinil King Milieu.
A burglary oceurnd at. the residence of
Mrs. J. W. Knopp yesterday afternoon be
tween the hour of ii and 5 Mis. Kuopp
was nwny from home and returning found
that some one had gain..! i nuance to tho
housn by In caking the loi k of the back
door. The police wen- nntllled It once.and
were Investigating at Utmt lepoits. A
valuable diamond ilng was missed, and It
Is uol known what other booty the thieves
HAT MA. CHIMIN'S OPINION,
He llcllcio I'ltsliiiiiiiius Will I. lilt Cor
bet, .ii a Willi,,"
Rat Masteisnu, the well known sport,
was in the city awhile yesterday after
noon. He is en i nine for Texas, where he
goes to confer wllh Manager Stewart, of
Dallas, who has Ihe Cotbett-Fltzslmmons
light In chaige. Mastcrson expiessed lilm
nlf as believing that Fitzsimmons will
"win in a walk "
A Proiiilnenl i,iiug Woiiiaii,
In this day of advancement and proof
less It is not an unusual thing for a young
woman to be in business, but to carry It
out successfully is quite unothel thing.
We would speak especially of Miss Ivey
Todd, who has an oilim In th Poitsmouth
building, und represents live dllfeti'iit com
panies as lire Insuinnce agent. Shu Is a
strictly buslniss young woman, and any
one wishing to lusuie theii property will
du well to give her a call, as she justly de.
serves patronage. W like to see such
enterprise, and partlculaijy Jn our own
Aiming the .In. Hi c.
Tho case of the state vs. John Hess
alias John Hayes, is to como up Filday.
Hess. It is alleged. Hole a calf fiom Frank
llenschell ami then butchered It. The case
of the state s John Jlaler. commonly
known as "Long John," is to como up Sat
urday. Time are Iwo charges of highway
robbery against him. Justice Reus was
not In his oillee yesterday, owing to Illness
The case of the state vs. John Winn, Nate
SIngleberry, l.es Ilrown, Joe La Frank
charged) with crupshooting, was continued
llelilml the 'limes.
The recent discussion of the Jackson
County Medical Society demonstrated the
fact that a large proportion ot the meiii
beishlp of that leariud body were uttiily
unlnfuriuccl as to. the; prob'rvss of tUg l.m-
ilergarten. The proposal to towrr the
school ae of children was understood. lt
rrfer to ih" tntrnncp tv Ihe lowest grades
of the public school, and was vigorously
oppose I The authorities qunled were
those who formed their opinion long be
fore klnibrgnrirn work had rei hed Its
pr'ent important posltloh. Hastern cities
have come to regard the electric MJtnt and
the kindergarten as a means of grace to
those precincts rrrvlously considered to In?
In a stale of total depravity. Kans City
Kas..lKsts the possession of one of the
best extionents of the system of the groit
jnh.. Mrs. W. F. Mathews, or No. S27
Troup, avenue, who Is one of Hip pupils of
that distinguish".! man Jackson county
medical men would do well to Join her
Titn:i in iM'.ii'i:.
An lllllcrr Strikes n t'rlsmirr on the Head
Willi n lleliilicr.
letiiity Sheriff rlnllOTvav, or Henry coun
ty. Mo, was in th- citv this ariernoon, in
charge of a tulson-r whom he was taking
from Nehrnlia to Henry inunty, where
he Is want, si for wife mur.br Whlb In
Fnlted Slates Commissioner Perry's olll.-"
the prisoner trb l tn escape, hut ShTlrt
Galloway prnmpllv knocked him In the
Jieail with his revolver, thereby rauslng
blood lo floiv pleiiteouslv and promptly
bringing the prisoner lo terms. Iminr-u-alcly
therrafti r, he was put Into a hack
and they depnrteil for Missouri. The re
porter rot the woman's rditlon falrlv
jSjoaed over this Item, as It Is Ihe only
blood ctlldllng episode reported up to dote.
Murk nf Ihe lliimiiie si,,,.,,
Itev. Charles St. John, president of the
Humane Society, furnishes Ihe following
synopsis or work done by that organiza
tion during the past .vear: The soi leiy
was orgatilled a Utile over a .vear ago f.,r
the belter (tiforccmenl of our laws, the
protection of women and children, and Hie
prevention of crinlty to nnlmnts. Neafl.v
W cases of cruelly and neglect have been
Investigated and relieved. These have been
largely among women and children. The
police board has taken great Interest in
this work and In the death of Police Olllcer
Haver the society hn lost nn etllclent olll
i el and a good friend. Animals have come
In for Ihelr share of protection. Cruel
drlveis have bten dealt with. The work
of the Humane Societv has been done with
out remuneration, Funds are needed to
carry on this work and the otganlzalluii
should certainly have the support of all
All complaints should be left nt the home
of the president. No. 711 Troup avenue, or
at police station Nn. 1
MAIIV DAULi; KOnUUTS.
An lailc rtitliiutriit.
A most dellKhtfuI entertainment will bo
given this evening at the tesldence of Mr.
Arthur Weston, of Splltlog avenue. The
following nie the nnnn s of those Invited:
Helen Smith, Joh. Illcheson Dora Davis,
Tom Webb. Carile Louder, w. Margrave,
Charlotte Northiup, Charles Little, Mr.
and Mrs. I 11111k. Jofin nnd Frod Northrup,
.Mary Mair, Hen Northrup, Annie Foster,
W. S. Hleharilsnn. Maud Itlchnidson.
Kmmii Pcttv. Addle Mitchell. Florence
Hmlth. Doc Mraliman, A, MeClellan, Jessie
McAIplne, Allie and Nellie Uovcy.
Mayor TwNs had n conference yes
terday with the representatives ot
Ihe consolidated stteet railway lines.
He was assured by them that 'hey vveru
anxious to do all In their
power for the convenience of tho public
In Kansas City, Kas. Desired transfers
will soon be In operition. They piopo-e to
make a dhect line of Wet Sld tu stock
ynids, and. In fiut. to improve matters In
all possible diiectlons. At least, that Is
what they tell us.
.V t:iiblle Legal Proi ecdllij.
Last December Annlo H.tsey obtained
Judgment against this city for $.",oisi. A
motion for a new trial was overruled. Tho
city now want the case again brought up
on petition, alleging newiv dlscoveied evi
dence and fraud on the part of -Mrs. Ka.ey.
The unusual proceedings, the amount In
volved and the gravltj of the charges make
tho affair very Intel estlng and bids fair
for a sharp contest.
There will be u meeting of the Second
Ward Republican Club In Armory hall.
Fifth street aud State iivvnue, Filday
evening, July r, at S o'clock p. in., for the
purpose of electing olllcers and transait
ing other Important business. All ward
Republicans arc requested tn be In attend
ance. W. 1'. WHITK. Piesident.
Dr. Mather's 1'ropi'rt.v ,
The illspo.snl of the property of the late
Dr. Mather makes anything rcganllng his
nelongings a matter or punnc interest. An
inventory of Ills effei ts was Hied In din
probate court yesteiday. He is shown f.
have owned judgments and st'cintties
the amount of ST.OIlt). mom v and bank 1
fn.-lt.. .... ,. .1. ,.., ,...1 .. , ...... .......V d
lUU.lllh ". is, IU,UW ,111,, .1 ,.tlir .llllUIV t .
real estate. Jm -?A,
Injured In a Itiiiinwiiy. "
A runaway on .viinm sum nv.ntie 'v. 'L a "
half a dozen women itportiis tu the S' eJws. , H I
ench eurrvlng a note book ami anxious iJB 't:S,
write up partlcuhus. Adolph Hngler with v.V Ri
his little daughter and niece, vver. re- ix J"
A runaway on Mnun snta annuo
turning lrom murki t, when tin- lnusi- lie-
cuuie frightened, lipped ovei the buggy fw
and broke Mr. Rnglcr's light leg. Tho VT
children were not Injured. '
Solomon Miller, No. Kl.l .Minnesota ave
nue; nged U vear: funeral to-morrow aft
ernoon at Woodlawn. Mrs. Itenrv Itoach,
No. fill Splltlog avenue; aged 31 years.
Joseph M. I lyre, ngiH 2 yoats, 2 months,
Infant son of II. L. Jlyre, No. 21IC North
Third street., died of dropsy; funeral Fri
day from residence; burial at uak drove.
I,, tin. District Court.
The ease of K. ll. Clerbor vs. John Lynch
et ul was on tilal most of the day In thn
district court. It was for SJ.TOo, a meat bill.
The case of J. W. Ilaldvvln vs. tho Mer
chants' 'bank, tin action for a small
a mourn, was called late, but not disposed
of. The emir! adjourned until Saturday,
when motions will be heard.
Lli'lted uilli crs.
The O. K. S. Society, nt Its regular
meeting yesterday, elected thu following
ntllceis for the i tisiilng year: President,
Mrs. .Martha Ilium: vice president, Mrs.
Kutherlne Hughes; secretary, Mrs, Good
rich; tn usurer, .Mrs. Prbstley.
1'nr sweet ( birlly's Sake,
The display of itegnn'a Novelty theater
In the pro., tislun of the charity clicux
was un Kllf.viutt sight to the unregeliaralc
sons of Kansas.
I.llclls.'ll tu Will,
Conrad Olson, Kansas city, Kas...,,... "
Addle Duggliis, Kunsas City, Kas 21
(Jeorgo 11. Mobbs, Wyandotte county.. .31
Jessie li.illcy, Wyandotto county 21
.Harried In .lu-tiic Angle's (',ir,
V,. -'. Dresser, of Leavenworth, Kiu"
nge 21, and .Miss Julia Hums, of Wyan
dotte county, age IT, J. p. dalgnut. of Wy
atidotli. county, age 27, and Ada Williams,
ot Wyandotte county, age 21, .
Tho will of .Mis. S.itah Page, of Kala
mazoo, Mich., was probated In Judgo An
gle s court yesti iday She haves lu'r luoth
er. L'liJa Wheeler, jfo.non; her ilatiKhter.Mrs.
Ciithla Ilrooks, Jio.imn, aim her giuuilchild,
Kcnuuil I', ilrooks, to in.,.
A pockeilmok. uther on Oakland avenue
hetvvcui Mxth ami S. ventli, or on Seventh
betwe.li Oakland and Washington ave-
4, i.e., .un. aim ii uiuiiey aim lecejpis. Find
. .....ilium i" uan i'lueiiiiui Hvenua vv
ruc'-ive fcu luvvard.
Mr. James O Hrii. hr. died List Monday
evening at bis testdt,ue, N0. it North
First street. SoUmn requiem high miss
wa celebrated ut St. Uii,W-t' chlirch by
the Jtev. Father Aoystus.Ti, s. Jl
In. lull. itliin ur (Hiker,.
Itlvorvlew lodge, No. 315. Installed otllcers
last night and the Degr.e of Hgnor Vo
SI, surprised the gentl.men by giving tbsm
a banquet nt the close of tho exercise,,.
Death nf a ll.ihy,
The :-) ear-old child of ,e Hira died
yesurday morning at their home, No. v
North Third street, from acuty ilrlghCa
Money to loan
Tin diukt.tble Shad.- Hanger Muiniii.',.
tuiing Compai.y ha piowd o bc Just whu".
v,vi tald wuwu n lltst sturud. V growinA
Hansford .- Allen for photogranhi I '
Tho liiends- uf .Mis. Culvln AdHns will I.
v?a,',,l.vilu-!eUm Ut "U b"lJa," ''-"'"' M
cnffigeil'r ?cgul n,ec',fn-'u'om" .fX'H
W A. SIMIWOM M .