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MERRY CROWD OF CHILDREN
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WAHIM A I'IPNIC.
Arrangement Made for nn AililtM, lint
the ltnj llrtiiird to .citillc in
Hear Any One Tnlk-.tn Out
ing tircntly l:tiJojid.
tt wa. n. merry parly Hint mft nt
thr market square yesterday morning
nnd boarded one ot the Northeast cleo
trlc cars. One would hardly have tnkn
It for a picnic party, but such It was.
There were little children not ovpr 5
years of age. and there were others In
the early part of their teens. All were
cleanly dressed, but many little elhowa
nnd ns ninny little toes wore covered
with pntches, or were not covered at
nil, Most of the merry faces Were clean,
nnd all wore n bright, animated look,
for they were going to have an nil-day
picnic nt P.tirfio pa ilc and a line dinner,
nnd Ice cold lemonude by the barrel.
There wits one entire car crowded with
the little folks, and still some left over
for another car. On account of the
rain, tmuiy of the little folks who were
to be at the market square at 9:30
o'clock to take the cars for the picnic
grounds did not come, and so the party
was smaller than anticipated, but as
It was, 'here were about 100, little and
till?, ready at the appointed time to go
to the park for the picnic.
This was the open nlr outing or pic
nic party thnt hud been arranged by
Rev. Shtiwhun's Helping Hand Insti
tute, and all these little folks who do
not Bet to see n park every day of their
lives, or to enjoy a pood dinner either,
were going out to have a gala day.
Tlitlr tickets had been given them by
the Klecirlc railroad company through
the kindness of Mr. Robert Gillhnm.
Tho party was under the care of Miss
Jennie Williams, who visits the homes
of those who attend the Helping Hand
Instltu'e. When they arrived at the
Ante of the park there was a ' mad
stamper from the car to see who could
llrst get on the green grass.
There were games of baseball, and
races, nnd all kinds of fun till noon,
when the girls stopped swinging and
the boys were hunted up out of the re
motest corners of tho park, where they
were swimming or climbing trees, nnd
the great picnic dinner was begun. Tno
little folks from the Xorth end ate ns
they never ate before, but there was
enough for all and a big lunch left over
for evening just before starting home at
After dinner there were more games
of baseball and more swinging for tho
little girls and the few mammas who
were present to help take care of the
children had hard work to keep track of
all of them. Home went upon Lookout
mountain to see how far they could see,
and others went down to Crystal spring
to aeo how much real spring water they
could d'-'nk, for it was the llrst time
some of .hem had ever drank any spring
water from a real spring IlowliiK from
the side, of a real hill.
In the nfternoon ltev. Milton J. Old
ham cnnio to tho park and tried to get
enough little folks together to make a
talk to them, but it was Imitosslble to
do so, and he had to give it up and go
back to the city. Thu little folks were
having too much fun to stop nnd hear
it good talk, which would not be half
so interesting as playing ball or chasing
one another up tho trees.
This Is only one of several picnics that
Mr Shawhan Intends to glvo tho poor
children of the North end before thu
summer Is over. Yesterday's picnic was
a pronounced success from the stand
point of those having It In charge, and
doubly so from tho standpoint of tho
little ones for whoso benellt It was ar
lit' rA. L''i
Y HE MEANS BUSINESS.
Chief Irwin Siy Salmon. -Mint 11b Closed
on Sunday anil tho t.'ui-tulns
lira n ii.
"Ally saloonkeeper who falls to have
tho curtains withdrawn from the win.
(lows of his saloon next Sunday will
get himself in trouble with the board
of police commissioners," said Chief of
Police Irwin last night. "Saturday
night I will issue an order to the patrol
men that will cause tho saloons to bo
closed tighter than ever before. Here
after I will place before the police board
every violation of tho Sunday closing
order that comes to my notice. Fur tho
past three Sundays 1 have tried to bo
lenient with suspected violators and
have simply warned them to stop break
lug the order Issued by the police board.
Now I -.tin going to commence action,
as I have found out that some of the
dramshop keepers are under the Im
pression that I don't mean business,
"There have been some saloonkeepers
who have resorted to the subterfuge
of keeping open a lunch counter and sell
ing numerous drinks with a sandwich.
That will not 'ie tiny longer tolerated
by the police board, and any dramshop
keeper that tries that dodge will have
an unpleasant experience with tho po
lice commissioners. If people Intend to
drink beer or liquor next Sunduy they
would better lay In a supply before 12
o'clock Saturday night,"
Hoard of t.Mitnitlon llMtiiml to tho Urn
irinltj of tlin 1-illn I', it, Itilril
tribute tu tho tiller.
At a meeting of the board of education
yesterday afternoon a letter from .Mrs.
Futile M, Hnird wan received, bequeathing
to the public library ot this city, nrcord
ln to the wishes of her deceased husband,
Frahk J. Hnird, ltnnrtolph IloRers Nydln,
or the lllind Flower Olrl of Pompeii, and
ft copy of Itaphner TntnsflRtirntlon. In
reply to the letter from Mri. Haird the
board wrote a very touching nwer nnd
posited ft stt of grateful resolutions thntiR
In Airs, ttnird for her priceless bequest.
In absence of President Temjer of the
board, Vice President Karnes signed the
letter addressed to Mrs. Haird. The let
ter from Mrs. Haird and the one written
in reply b the board, top-ether with the
resolution! adopted, are hers printed in
To the President, Mr, Yenner, nnd to the
Members of the School Hoard.
. -My husband, in his school life, at the
University of Miehlmtn, saw, for the llrst
time, Itnndnlph Hoaer's Nyula, or tho
lllind Plosver Olrl ot Pomp II, nl drew
Inspiration from beholding this work ot
art. nml when (a. few eara niol. be VI-
Itecl the studio of the sculptor In Home
nnd found a copy of It, he exclaimed: "It
shall be mine, and some day I will Rive it
to the city of my adoption that It may up.
lift other yotinsf people n It has me."
With the same purpose he purchased
Itaphnel's Traiisttgiirutlon, the original of
which occupies an honored position in the
Vatican nt Home.
This was the List request my husband
made to met "dive to the public library ot
Kansas Ully thu statue of Nydln and the
painting, Transfiguration, from me, Frank
It now- becomes my duty and pleasure to
carry out this, his last bequest before
passing over to the other shore. Trusting
these pieces nt art niny be a instltig bene
fit to the public ot Knnsas City, I am very
sincerely, SA1MW M. ItAlllD.
171:! Jefferson Street,
Thursday, July IS, ls!3.
To this letter tho following reply was
Mrs.' Hadle M. U.tlrd, City.
Dear Madam: Your valued favor of tho
Uth lust, has been received, In which j. on
express your purpose to carry out the last
wish of your husband, Frank J. Hnird,
ami transfer to tho public library the two
beautiful works ot art mentioned In your
letter. This act of his fittingly emphasizes
the high reputation he enjojed for more
than a ((tinner of a century in thin com
munity. It was his to receive Inspiration
and to transmit that inspiration to others,
and there is no estimating the tntluance
such a benefaction as this will have upon
the patrons of the library, and especially
upon our noble youth. In behnlf of the en
tire people ot Kansas City, whom wo rep
resent, we gratefully accept these valued
gifts, and will undertake to so place them
ns to carry out the benellccnt purposes
your noble husband had in view. That
these treasures should have come to us
Just at this time we regard os peculiarly
fortunate. This seems to be the beginning
of a new era In our city, nnd attention Is
everywhere being turned In the direction of
making this young Western metropolis not
only a thriving commercial point, but also
that it shall be attractive as a place for
home life. This indicates a slowing rellne
ment that llnds expression in libraries, art
galleries, schools ami like evidences ot a
insii civilization. Tins act ot your Hus
band makes him a pioneer in this forward
movement, and no doubt his example will
attract many others In a like direction.
We know the great Interest lie felt in tho
library. He fully comprehended Its Im
mense power for good, and this contribu
tion ot his to Its educational forces will
evr stand ns one Its prominent features.
When our building has been completed we
shall be glad to confer with jou fully and
accede to your wishes as to where you
would prefer these works should be placed;
and In thu meantime, as we understand,
you will permit them to remain in your
Appropriate resolutions have been adopt
ed by the board, of which you will bo fur
nished a copy by the secretary. Very sin
cerely, J. V. t ICAItNKS,
The resolutions passed by the board were
"Whereas, Frank J. Tlnlrd, one of our
oldest and best known citizens, recently de
parted this life, leaving as a dying request
that two beautiful and costly works of
art owned by him, one a statue ot Nydla.
the blind llower girl of I'ompell: tin- other
an oil painting, 'The Transfiguration,' by
Ituphael, be given to the public library In
his name; and
"Whereas, The request so made by him
has been sacredly carried out by his fam
ily nnd these treasures have been placed
at our disposal; therefore
"Hesolved, That In behalf of Kansas
City, which Mr. Haird loved so well, these
gifts be gratefully accepted and that they
lie suitably idaccd In the now library build
ing when completed, where the purpose of
the donor can be fully carried out in lend
ing inspiration to the young nnd in afford
ing pleasure to all lovers of the beautiful.
"Hesolved, That In accepting this bene
faction we desire to record our estimate
of the high character of the donor as a
Christian gentleman ot cultivated taster,
an unswerving friend of education, a
scholar, a. successful business man, a pub
lic spirited citizen, just and honorable In
nil his dealings. Such n career Is an ex
ample to others and demonstrates the pow
er and Influence of the Individual when bis
eiforts are concentrated on the betterment
of ills fellow men. He was ot the mould
that makes good government, gives sta
bility to society, brings purity into public
mid private life, and fills the measure of
an useful man. He had no ambition for
great achievement, but the Mow of his life
was smoothly onward, quiet and placid,
true to his convictions, ever conserving tho
highest and best Interests of society.
, "Ilefrolwd, That tu our opinion these be
quests will redound in great good to Kan
sas City ami will stand as an enduring
monument to the memory of the giver.
This should lie the beginning of nn art
collection to bo a part of the public li
brary work, the whole to be an educa
tional fountain, from which will How Into
thousands of homes, both rich and poor
alike, the. blessings of refinement and cul
AN OUTING F0R THE LOWLY.
Tim (ireut lMcnlc, Ifinlur lb" Klrcctlmi of
the .Satiation Army, Will lie Held ut
tViisliingloii I'nrk July Mil,
Brigadier Sully's fresh air fund project
Is progressing famously. Yesterday ho de
cided to select Washington pari; ns the
spot for the picnic for the slum chlldri.ii.
(Jem-rat Manager Walton u. Holmes off
ered the Ube of tho park ami Superintend
ent James II. Pickering that of Fail-mount
park, free transportation being promised
by eni-li. After ruminating somewhat
Hrigndler Sully chose Washington jiaik,
becauso Mr. Holmes was kind enough to
Include freo cable transportation in his
offer, nrJ that means a great deal when
H luisscTigei-t) are considered. So the big
picnic will be held at Washington park
on .Idly 111. t'p to the present thu brigadier
and his assistants have received JSO In
cash, but still there's more to follow, for
all of the forty tin contribution boxes have
been placed and money s being dropped
Into them dally, llrlgudier Sully has about
ten left. There are three at I'merv, Illrd
Thayer & Co.'s, and one each at Drowning,
King & Co.'s, Doggetl's, the Midland ho
tel, the Junction ticket ollice, tlernheimer
Pros'. &, Co., and utlu-r places.
Kvi-ry crfurt Is being made to have the
picnic a glittering success, for If it proves
the godsend I hi- brigadier hopes it will
lie, hu will have one. euch month, or every
six weeks. Tin- only ilufi-iviiie will be
that the number of children will bo less,
The whole aifalr rests with the Salvation
Army. The brigadier has dlstilbuted sub
scription cards amongst the soldiers, and
all of them are, tu report how much they
have secured. The children are to be se.
lectc-d in this way: Hrlsadler Sully will
Issue 1,01)0 coupon tickets, which Will bo
carefully distributed In districts known by
the Salvationists to be teeming with chli.
dn-n who do not know -what a picnic Is
at least by experience. On tho day of tho
plonlc all of these youngsters will be ill.
vidud up Into companies or corps a la
Salvation Army and each baud will be
required to board the cable cars at a given
point, otherwise the couductgrs will be
seized with the Idea that they are dealing
with a runaway orphan asylum that lias
been let loose unuii the city In sections.
The. brigadier is thinking of tagging every
child with ribbon, so lie or she cannot bo
lost. The tickets, which ho means to dis.
tribute will be in coupon form, so that
ut each stage of festivity u coupon may be
torn olf- Thus there will be a cable con
pon, a transportation coupon, a dinner
coupon and so on. Kaeh corps will be in
charge of two Salvationists, whose busi
ness it will be to see that every child is
fed and thoroughly comfortable, While at
the park suveral extra men will be on duty
to see that no child falls into the lake,
climbs too many trees, attempts to act as
a butler for the trains or anything else
dungeious. On the way home the clilldivn
will be et down at the corners whence
they started in the morning, in order to
obviate any confusion or trouble.
As a matter of useful Information, It
may bo stated that whenever u cooking
leeolpt calls for a baking powder the "Hoy
ul" hhould be used. The receipt will be
found to work better and surer, and what
ever made will be sweeter, lighter, finer
flavored, wore Ualuty, palatable ami whole
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
NOW SUPPLIED IN
Ask for "Splits" at the
Restaurants and Bars.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
CATTl.i: IN 110(10 IIIIMANII Vlllt I'lIUD
ISO IN Till; Mlt'TIIWt:!'.
Many linage Cuttle Wilt He Held fur Corn
feeding t'tiolen Heeiei ut t Im YuriM
Prom KaiMa nnd .Mliturl
hold nt (loud I'rlei-v
Tho heavy corn crop now making nnd
pretty much matured south of us prom
ises to wot It a decided change In the
cntllo Hltiiiitlon of tho Southwest. Al
ready men In Texas nnd tho Indian Ter
ritory aro looking about for cnttlo to
feed the now corn crop to, nnd It Is
stated that the number ot cattle corn
fed In thone sections will be fully double
nny previous j-enr's, nnd many rattle
that would otherwise be sent to market
will bo held back for corn feeding, which
must tell upon the receipts ot range
cattle here this summer and fall and
Increase the receipts of corn-fed beeves
later In the season. As corn promises
to be very abundant anil cheap every
body will want to feed.
II. Knnbe, Lenape, Kns., had In cattle
There were more choice cattle In yes
terday than for some days. Hon. John
T. linker, of Franklin county, ICas., was
here with twenty-one choice grade Short
Horns of his own feeding. He put them
up In March, since when he has been
feeding them corn and oil meal
and the put on over 100 pounds ot flesh.
They averaged yesterday 1.IS7 pounds,
and were sold by Campbell, Hunt it
Adams at $5.30, the highest price of the
A. i. Idugard. another good feeder,
of Franklin county, ICns., was In yes
terday with some good steers. There
were forty-two in the lot and they av
eraged t,3:!l pounds. These cattle were
taken away from here in December
weighing 000 pounds, and were fed shock
corn and full fed sixty dnys nnd mad''
a gain of over 400 pounds. They were
sold by the same ilrm that handled the
linker cattle and brought J5.00.
There were also a couple of loads of
fancy cattle in from Holt county. Mo.,
George 15. Iieery bringing In thirty-two
handsome steers averaging t.lir, pounds,
which were sold by Underwood, McAl
lister ,fc Co. at $3.50.
C. II. Heaves and 'A. T. Addington,
Grady, I. T., had In cattle yesterday.
II. n. SIsson, Neosho Falls, Kas., was
here with feeders yesterday. He says
grass is good in Woodson county and
the number of cattle and hogs much the
same as a year ago.
Kelso liros., Klk, Kas., were on the
yards yesterday with cattle.
AVilliam Mays, Qtilnuy, Kas., came in
with cattle yesterday.
J. V. Hallard, Colony. Kas., was In
yesterday with cattle. He reports grass
good ami ,-is many cattle ami nogs in
Anderson county as.a year ago.
Henry Gusey, Greenwood county, Kns.,
who was at the yards yesterday with
cattle, says grass Is good in his county
and the number of cnttlo thu same -as
last year, but hogs short.
Fred Garst, Princeton, Kas., -was at
the yards yesterday with cattle.
Judge D. lirayer, Jirnymer, Mo., got
feeders hero yesterday.
M. Hawkins, Norborne, Mo., was hero
yesterday with cattle. He says cattle
and hogs aro both short in Carroll
O. C. Gordon, Prairie Center, Kas.,
had In hogs yesterday.
John Owens nnd D. K. Williams, Em
poria, Kas,, camo In yesterday with
O. P. it Gomer Jones, r,eln, Kas.,
were hem yesterday with cattle.
J. M. Iluggins, Lamar, Mo., was at
the yards yesterday with hogs.
II. C. Colhurn, Iloyt, Kns., had In
William G. Gregory, Kannpolls, Kas.,
was In yesterday with cattle.
H. F. Shlnkle, LaCygne, Kas., had In
NO riTNIIHAI, AHItANnHMHNTS.
Comity Court Will Hu Aslscd to llury
No arrangements have yet been made
to bury the body of (Irover Cleveland, tho
Infant who died at tho Children's home,
1115 Charlotte street, Thursday night. When
the child died the city undertakers, Knight
,t Sutton, were notified by the attendants
at .the home, but refused to take the body
us a city case without nu order from City
Physician Collin, who had told them ho
would not sanction any bills tor pauper
burials, unless they were contracted by
him. Knight it Sutton embalmed the body,
however, and then awaited developments.
At 1 o'clock yesterday atternooi) the cer
tlllcato of the child's death was received
by the board of health, but was not ac--nmp
tilled by a request that the city bury
thu body. Dr. Collin knew tho circum
stances of the case, though, from thu re
ports published in the Journal yesterday,
nii.i in. asked Humane Olllcer Grecnman to
go before tho county court and ask It to ;
make arrangements for thu burial. .Mr.
flreenman said that he would do this when
the Children's home asked him to, and It Is i
probable that this will bo done to-day. i
Dr. Collin gave a Journal reporter his I
reasons for refusing to buty 'the. pauper
dead. He suid: "The law governing the
burial of tho pauper dead status clearly '
that It Is the duty of the county. Hereto
foro we have buried tho dead of theso
charitable Institutions without saying a
word, because it cost practically nothing. ,
Hut tho cost is now nearly i for each body,
and as tho city receives nothing from tho
county for charity, and the oily pays S3
per cent of the county taxes, we thought
It best to stick to tho letter of the law " 4
' For tmTty" years the Hoyal lias been' the1
standard for puitty and strcnglh In baking
powders, and bns been placed ut the head i
by every board of oniciui exaiuincts,
whether state or national.
figuring on Hetreiieliiiieiit,
Tho Impending deficit, foreshadowed In
the Journal, has kept the powers that pre.
side over the affairs of the county busy de,
vising ways and means to pi event tho
shortage that threatens the funds of the
To-morrow morning at tt o'clock the four
circuit Judges, judges Scarrltt, Slover,
Dobson and Henry, with several of tho
county otllcers, will meet with tho county
Judges In Judge Henry's court loom to
adopt some scheme wheteby the county
expenses may be reduced. The county ac
countant will submit an exhaustive report
of his examination of the various olllces,
made by order of the county court.
Kvery otllee In tho county insists that Its
work Is being done with the least expense
possible, but the discharge of the engineer
ut the county poor farm and the reducing
of tho supply of ice for the water tanks
In the various oiliees has not averted tho
coming bankruptcy of the county treasury
nnd some radical and decisive steps must
be taken at once.
Tho Hoyal Haklng Powder Is tho greatest
of the modern time helps to perfect cook
ing and every receipt lequlring u, raising
Ingredient should embody it.
PR0PEHTY OWNERS COMPLAIN,
They t'l.ihn 'I In I Woodland At rutin ltd ween
IndciH'iidctit'C mid MntliMrrcl Nut
The board of public -works had a llchl
iivetlng yesterday, from a standpoint -f
attendance. Only Messrs. Owens an I 81 1
vens were present. A comnnmlcntlon was
rceived from W. II. Knotls, T, 11. Prlml!-,
Francis M, lllnck nnd oilier Woodland ave
nue proiierty owners, complaining of tli"
condition of Woodland nvenne, between In
dependence avenue and Ninth street. The
strciq u supposed to be cleaned by tli.-Mi-lropolrtiin
Street Sprinkling Company,
but, according to the peiltloners. It i ti-n
done properly. The nlattir will be Inv. stl
gnted. City Knglnecr Fllley submitted piano for
the first ecllon of the C). K. creek sw- r,
to run from Turkey creek at Twentyji'ih
s!re-t to thu Southwest boulevard nnd J. r
ferm street. 'Phis was laid over until the
next nice-ting. The commilt'v leconim V I
ed that llleventb sttect lie pavnl with
phnlt from It.ililmore to Hrondwae, . I
pa-wed a resolution st-atlng that Srv.
teenth street should be repaired b.-tw a
Holly and .Madison streets.
Mil. I, IN TIM: I'HIIIT.
.Mr. Slnnti I'llei nu Appllcitlmi fur u lli
lioirlug Itcfnrc the .supreme Cnun.
The contest Instituted by William M.
Sloan (o gain possession of the ollice of
county marshal, to which he was elect, d,
has not been abandoned, despite the nivnt
decision ot the supreme court lliat the cir
cuit court hud no Jurisdiction to try the
Vesterday Mr. Sloan's attorneys sent to
Jefferson City, for llllng with the clerk or
the supreme court, an application for a r. -hearing
of the writ of prohibition, ib-cl.l. I
In favor of Keshlear Inst weik.Tlic appp-
catlun alleges 'that tlu dccl-don Is In i-
lllet with previous decisions of the court.
thai it Is in conlllet with the state coii-mi-tullon.
and that It Is In ronlllrt with I lie
state laws made in pursuance ot the pres
ent constitution ot Hie state.
The decision of a week ago decided that
the circuit count had no Jurisdiction to tiy
the case, as a special law relating to tie
county m.tndmlshlp demanded that contest
suits involving that ollice must bo tiled In
tlie criminal court.
The supreme court will meet October S,
until which time the application cannot be.
A TVPIOAI. TltA.lir,
William Miner Will lie Tried in tile
Charge, or Hemming.
In police court to-day William Slover, a
typical tramp, with long black beard and
ragged clothing, will be arraigned on -the
charge of being a. professional beggar.
He was ancsted yesterday afternoon at
Independence and t'aik avenues, while fin
ing from house to house soliciting food.
On his shoulder he enrrhd a large colter
sack, lllleil with broken blt-flftif food, and
when taken to the police Mtiition Htrunglv
ifsentcd It being t.iki-n from htm. While
being booked by Captain I'lahi.e, lie was
recognized as the same man ai rested list
April for frightening women and ihildnn.
of whom he asked charity, by his wild and
unkempt appearance. He w,i tried m
liollce court at the. time and releane.1 on
his giving Judge Jones a solemn promise
to leave the city.
('llt)OHif tllll Hl-Ht.
Dcntrlllces are ns "plenty as blackber
ries," but there U only one pripai.itlnii
which thoroughly cleanses and n-liiicns
the teoth without injuring their sub.slaine.
That preparation is SOZODONT.
Klloeki-d Don 11 by u Ctildo Train.
William 1'dwards was struck by a cable
cir at Fifth and Main streets at 2 o'. lo. k
yesterday afternoon. He was Uiioi hi d
down and rolled twenty feet by the fnii-r,
of tho car before th- grlpmnn could .slop
the car. Ho was badly bruised and w ,n
taken in tho uollce ambulance to police
headquarters, wheie I'olleo Surgeon HJ.de
nlti tided him. Later he was suit to the
city hospital for further trentmont. The in
jured man Is a cook by occupation and has
recently been emploied in that cap.i. 1 1 v
on a I'lttsburg Ac lliilf railway constru. .1011
train. His home Is at Pueblo, Col.
Hoyal Haklng Powder Is the purest
and highest in strenKtli of any of the link
ing powders, und lu-nco makes more, flm r
nnd better food.
An Hipert Acciiuulaiit Coining.
To-day an expert ni-countnnt will arrive
from 'thu home ollice of the Joseph Schli'is
Hrowing Company, .it St. Paul, -Minn., to
examine the books of Herman Mueller, the
former manager for the coirmanv in this
city, who Is now .1 fugitive from justi, e.
.iiuuiiey juiiu iiiimuy, me company's
leiral renresentatlve. is eontldant Hint iioei.
ler U In hiding in this city. The misoliig
man's friends! believe that he will surren
der himself to the police as soon as he
can perfect nrrangiinuits for giving bond
after his arrest.
Animal Kxtractt. C'trebrine for brain. Car
dine for heart, Ovarlne. eic, tl. AH druggists
The following deaths were reported to
the lioaid of heap h jesterduy:
Pelows, Albeit il.: 0(1 years; -12014 far
lleld avenuo; July III; cystrltls; burial In
Conning, Idlly; 22 months; IWfl Summit
s-treet; July li; perlut.sls; burial In Mount
St. .Mary's ceineterj.
Tldball, William I..; Il years; llofl Hroml
wuyj July ID; tuberculosis; burial In Jas
Hose, Jennie K.; 21 years; 2002 l-:.int Sev
enth street; July 17; convulsions; burial In
Simons, James; ill years; loot Halea ave
nue; July 17: angina pectoris.
Flanders, (ieorge A.; 17 years; E01 Pacific;
July 13; hemorrhage; burial In Murengo,
(irover Cleveland; G months; 1113 Char
lotte; July IS; mura-mus.
Hoblnson, infant; z'i months; 2123 Locust;
July is; meningitis; butlal in Union cume
liravls, Permellu: l!3 years; 2.iI7 drove;
July IS; Eenlle dysentery; burial In lmka,
Smith, Ida; 5 months; 023 Woodland; July
IS; convulsions; burial in Union cemetery.
The Hoyal Haklng Powder maintains
Its vigorous hold on die public, und Is ac
tive and aggressive imnlntit the Impure and
injurious baking powders palmed olf on the
Tho following births were reported to tho
board of health ycbieulay:
Sims, ilk-hue! and Margaret; boy; H19
Cherry street; July is.
Feet, W. J. anil Kate;. boy; 215 Wood
ward avenue; July IT.
Hyan, it. it. and S IJ.; boy; Twenty-fifth
und Vino streets; July IS.
.Miller. Frank C and Kathleen; boy; 2010
Fast Seventh fctict-t, July 17.
SVoessner, (i. (!. und I., n. ; girl: 2113
Michigan1; July 13, '
crcvc nnrrn i
C.- -ll 'vl fS
',s It 1$ a nutttr of vjit Importance to mrthirt. M
.;! The iiunufacturtrj of the (1AIL, ItUKUliN s
?S UAQLI2 IIRAND CONDENSE!) MILK Si
ft l,sue4'mpMtt.enul!e4"lNAN'rHEAL'l.' V
fcj whkh should be In every home, AJJruJ. NEW sH
g? YOKhV CONDENSED MILK CO., 71 iluoa S
M Sued, New York, ' ' 5
jHeres a Heap of fJ
VERY LITTLE MONEY!
'1M...., ..... .. ttr.1.....1.... il... I . .1..-I. rl
Itll "a-ic uiiiim iu iuwii v t.
8S auSPIt.NDERS ovor imported
and thoy omnu to Tho Hub,
roliablo shades and stylos of bucklu; thoro aro Suspenders of
ovory length, and nono but tho host, ot clastic is used in their
construction. Tho prlco is as
ot tho purchase is unusual.
Thf best Suspender I hat can be bought r
nt any other store In town for 15c can ln
duplicated here for '
The bent Suspender that can be bought I
in ony other store In town for 2,'c can be I .!.
duplicated here for
Tim bel Suspender Dial can be bought v
at any other store In town for XV can be I J I
duplicated here for
Tho bent Suspender thnt con be tmught ))
nt any other store In town for Me can !- ' f)
duplicated hero for
The best Suspender Hint can In- bought i Q
ill nny other store In tiiwtl for "V can l -l-O
duplicated hero for...,
Suspenders are getting low enough for a
separate pair to hang upon- each pair of trousers
in your possession. Come clown and see what
elasticity money has at
ASvmI 1 y rl gJHHI KjH HB Vflfl 9Bk h
50J-50:S-i05 MA12T STREET,
SOt'TlIKAST C'OltNHU OK FIFTH
iff DID I
f YOU I
i I El If
FAIRMOUNT . PARK!
To the Clouds on, a Donkey!
;i,niiu n:i:T ;i,noo
j Grand Hand Concerts 2 by the Third llpgdmonl
Hand. "Anvil Chorus." Midway I'laisance. Untiling
Trains every few minutes.
KANsA.s 4.1T1. illnauuri.
WESTERH SASH HID 000
Corner Nineteenth nml Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, Mo.
I Kill V (II 1 II 1 III 1ST lit II. HIM..
'BREVITY IS THE SOUL OF WIT." GOOD
WIFE, YOU NEED
yf5tu?m hK f tw.
NOT 4illl,TV 41F CDNTHIIPT.
Hut the Justice, Was It.illlcd In Ills HITort
tu Hunt 11 laiiilly Ii) 11 Hall).
Justice Theodore S. Case was acquitted
of the- charge of contempt In Judge Dob
son's division of tho circuit court yester
day In the stilt uhere. having renden-d a
verdict for -Mis. Catherine Nnotiau, in a
suit to oust a tenant, John McDonald, thu
defendant tool; un appeal and was man
dumused to compel him to send the pa
pers to tho higher court. Justice Case
thinking that the application for man
damus had been rufusid, sent his counta
ble to put tho McDonalds Into tho street,
...i,ir.i. ii.Hnn te.iu Mtnnnc.il In- il rcstr.-ilnine
order from Judge Dubson's court, and Jus
tice Case was entered iu appear to answer
to the charge of contempt of com t.
The -McDonalds had bti-u in possession of
the Ituiiso by virtue of the restraining
unlet Ulllll lliu IM-oni-ii jimu-hi.ij, tiu.-u
Justice Case accjuUcd his foimer right to
oust them from the premises, which he
wart about to do, when a proceeding over
whli h be had no Jurisdiction baited him.
This was the birth of a daughter In the
McDonald family yesterday, and Justice
Case did not have the heart to disturb
the family, and ultlinuwli ho would like to
it-stare the houn to .Mis. Xooiuui. he Is
compelled to hold in ubeyaucu the pro
ceeding of ouster. The suit grew out of
11 dispute over the proper person to whom
tho rent should be paid.
They WaU-li In Vain fur tho Coming of
flovernur Stone has been expected to re
turn to Kansas City during the past two
days. It wob said yesterday that ho would
surely urilvo last night, but ho did not
come. One of his friends said, after oil
tho night trains from tho Hast had ar
rived: "I have information that the gov
cmor Is In St I.ouis, und that ho will not
conio here befoiu next week. Those wliu
aro expecting that ho will bilug Kesh
leur's commission as county marshal will
be disappointed. Ho , Isn't going to com
mission KesJilcur Until after the supreme
court putees upon Sloan's application for
a rehearing, und It Is not certain that he
will Issue the commission then. Ho knows
Unit Keshlear is not entitled to tho com
mission, and Keshlear can't mandamus
him to Issue it
I.lituor for Kauris.
(Shipped dally In secure packages by
CEOliaD BYSSELL,. Druggist,
, Occotlte v,'lU root, Uslaa at.
- i.im.'Hiuiy inu mints biucii oi I
by any olio hotis-i in tho city -
Thero aro Susnoiuiors of an
big a surprise as tho quantity
3 Million, f.V, Thousand, o Hun
dred mill Tltirtv-fiiur l'ickat;ci
.old in iSol, which made 15
Million, (i;. Thousand. 7 Hun
dred anil Thirty-five Callous of
M I RES'
or 313 Million, 404 Thousand,
7 Hundred gla.ss.is. suilicicul to
j;ivc every man. woman ami
child in the Tinted Stales, live
;lasscscach--Uidyou get yours?
Ilc sure and get some this car f
The whole family will enjoy it.
A 25 cent package makes 5 gal
lons. Sold everywhere. Made
Tlit-Chas. E. Hires Co., Phll.ida.
5 O'CLOCK 5
FiRiisnK: .A.. SQUIRES,
Tin: r. .imi s Ai:ito.AiT,
On the Luke at MkIH.
lEed, urecit, Idiln (In s,
.ill the brilliancy of
fc'l. l.OCIs, .llivmurl.
W K III I A, K. ill.li.
Will: III.Kl: I (IK IM'OHMATION.
All lApert Aecoiiiitaiil cut tu liaiisas C'l ty
li the M. Paul Coiiiiucrrial ('lull.
A. X. Sumunrs. nn i-Mieit accountant
otnploM'il by tho Coinmcicial C'luli of St.
Paul to miikc a tour of the large cities uf
the Wist with a vb w to usccruilnlng thu
methods, of nmduitlng the various city
und county olllccs. Is in Kiiusas 1'lly gath
ering intormaiion In legard to tax levies
and the cost of tunning the city and coun
ty olllccs, wltli Hie Intuition nf using (he
Information in establishing needed icfoi-ms
tu tlin municipal olllccs uf St. Paul. Mi.
Summers has visited Oniuhu, and will,
after a few days spent In Kannn I'm,
visit Indianapolis, Louisville and other lil
ies. Mr. Summers was much pleased Willi
his inspection of the olllccs tu the count v
court liousi', and stated thai lie liellci-d
that the olllccs were well und economically
, Summer lu Hie Nurtb.
A description of -the charming lakes and
pleasure i.soits of the West, North and
Northwest, the best routes b which lluy
arc- reached, together with a list of ho
tels und boarding houses, the names of
the proprietors, tho rates per day and pi r
week, and all information pt running to .1
summer In the North, are contain, t in ,1
handsome publication, entitled "Hints to
Toilllsts," reciiitly Issued by tin- Nortb
Wcatein Line (L'blcago ,t Nonhniai. rn
Hallway). Copies will be m.illi.t ir. e 10
any address iijion nppho.uiun tu v 11
Kuiskcru, gi 11cr.it p.iescnis-r and u k. t
agent, Chicago, 111, Itcdiii.-d nile c ,tr
sion tickets un be obt.inud -if priiii-iptl
ticket lu'cnts throughout -th-- South.
( null. iris Awardcil.
The public inipiovenients committee met
jesterdio uiuinoon and awurded these
Paving ilulli-riy street from Ninth street
to I'nliin tiMiiue with vltriiled biick,
uwaided to .1. K. 1-atls at Jl.tTi tier yard:
total, .tl v.
paving Missouri avenue from Uelawaro
stieet to Walnut street with cedar bloi ks,
awauled lo iSt-orgo J, Hear at Sl-Vl per
yard; total. H-TO-id-
A Scliol.ii'sliip for s.ilc,
I have a scholarship in one of Missouri's
famous illlltao schools, which 1 will sell
ut u discount on account of my Inability
to use same, a he scholarship Includes
tuition and board, washing, books and sta
tionery and medical attendance, for 11
school year of thirty-eight weeks. Ad
dress Z M, Journal ollice.
felenhoitp us and have an electric r.-in
scut up. Hate City Electric Co,, 717 Dela
ware .1, Tel. JU5.. i
Just to keep on selling
honestly reliable pianos nt
tho lowest prices lit the city.
leker IJron., Vone A Sons-,
ItrlffBn, Ktpll arid Jewtitt
I'lnnoB Innplre confidence
through the wo I g lit of
worthy reputation, mid
our own gtmrnntep behind
any of them timkcn a. pur
chase here doubly safe.
MAIN ST. JOnS
01 the amount of money In
Funds of Jackson County,
As shown by tho TrcnMiror's lioport
on July 1. l.v.1,1.
I'evcnuc fund 5
Hon I fund
Special road fund
Hillgo fund ,
Spei ml Interest fund
Kntv township railroad fund
Hltie township railroad fund
an Hnren township inllrond fund
Wfiiport horse iiillio.id fund
t'liclulmed witness and Jury fees..
Ci.untv diposltory int. rest fund...
Suite school fund
Hailroad school fund
pulillc siliooi fund, principal and
Connly school distilets
1 !7I c.:i
ll. l.-.tf 9t
.-,3, ill IS
i" 3;-. ra
s : .1 :ii
3 ny 5
: ac 4i
US 3U7 70
3:1 7ffl t7
., ll 71
Hakinco on band July 1, 15D". I2GC..770 SO
The ubovo Is a correct report as hhowu
by tin ireasurer's hooks.
JOHN it. STONF,. Presiding Judge
New 'ork Comic Opera Co.
;V,:rJ., .. . "PINAFORE."
CAICEDO, "King 01 the Wire."
Tho "FLYING .TORDANS ',
GRAiN'D FIREWORKS !
Carlini's Dogs and Monkoys.
Tin: hit uf tiik si:smn!
S- 1 oml an 1 Last Wi . k or
"A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S ORE AM,"
lil.MI-l'K Mill K I'lllll'.WV,
-; t . . in lit; .tl s le. with si 1 il in I'
ll,. , S lllll ' II . .IlllN -'". Ol ! 1"'. P' I -
7', 11 ' .' 1 Tl -li r t r ..111 at ; ' T 1,
7 m I st. 'i lo. k.
KANSAS CITY VS. TERRE HAUTE.
Friday Saturday nnd Sunday,
July 19, 20 nnd 21.
Work ilu Kiiiiii't nttlt'tl at I Uh'U iiiul
Mllltlity Ulllt' Ut 4 l JlU'K
KANSAS CITY JOCKEY CLUB.
FIVE OR M0RJ: jttGES DAILY,
Admission DO Conts Ladlon Kroo
Tho dolicious fragrance,
tefrcsliiug coulncss und soft lnuun mi
jiurted to tho skin by I'ozzom's i'owni.u,
roiiiiiiends it to all ludics.
To the Perspiring Public
WV. ICI.spi;c-i'' 1,1 V
111.11H Art-; (it u
Hi nj. I-Vaiikl.il di n-r- 1 HI, ir- v,
We .tic !! 11 o 11 111, '. ..?, 1 I ' 0 -I
lb us in Kl tu loi-.ui, -1. Th - I". iii
F.iti l-ii-- vo u dt-lih 1 it anil. nu, ui- "m
Ol) tile boll 1 -UUlllliI- llilV No W I, ri" I.
lilted otlh .- or slur,- should t- w i-ioio
them at th. w.c wo a.-k Siiul e'li-s.
franklin Electric Co.
flUl Del. 111 are.
VVHill Ptlmarj-, bei-oudary or Ter
ylrClO-,!- urr SphllU iicruiauentlr
' a lllkilW cuwilln 15 los'idms Yea
can ho treated at homn for tho time prk-o umler saoio
.uiirunty. It j-iiuiuMtirtoc-iuniheiouoivlllion-trad
to pay rnllrcuit am and liuiel hills, ami no
(liarKu, ir wotuil tucuru, If ou have taken iin-i--1111-y,
loillilu putitkli, aud titill luivu ui-he and
Vulus, Sliii-oti 111 (cite lu tuoulh, hum Th run I,
'liltpll-k, Coiper 4'iilui-ril Sputv, Tltcra uu
UU- purl of ttlilliiMly, llnlror l:)elirullk Tallin,
out, II U lids hli.lllllllc Ili.UOII l'fllHtiy
Hint no Kuaritiilco to euro. Wo sultclt tho miSi
ulittlttuto eufi-auiid l-liillleiiifo (liu iucld lur
u ruin 11-0 i-iiniiui c-iire MrphiiU has ulnu)4
liitllli-U Urn nkltl ul Hie niut ruilticiil iltl
1-l.iui, S,aOO,iioOriiiilialu-liliiilouruiK-uudHleu. t
(attract). Almulutt nruoiw intt,e-iicdeu uiipa
catloa. Arlilre&s l OlHi lill-MHllY CO., ao7
.Mn.ioile 'IVuipl,., tllll-Kill. I 1. 1..
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3W f'f57 ,i,aS!,w S3.O0.
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RHODES BROS,, """SS,"'""
tut) Walnut SOccL