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VOLUME XXXVII F, NO. 42.
KANSAS CUT V, ,IULY 'J I, JS05.
VUICK TWO CIONTS.
Well invested and it
will make you rich.
Some of it would be
invested about right
in one of our ele
and the saving in ice
would pay you a big
per cent on the in
Furniture & Carpet Co.,
ISIS TO 1SS4 IM-A-IIST.
ZIP WYATT KILLED.
THE NOTKI) OUTLAW MIOT IN A 1IAT
TI.i: IN OKLAHOMA.
BILL D00L1N FATALLY WOUNDED
UIIAIU.RS III.ACIC, ANOTIinit IlKfel'KIt-
Aiio, siikiousi.y huiit.
Mx Prisoners Wito Also Taken nnd Okla
homa In Now- Happily KItl of One of
Its Most Noted Hand of Itmi
illtH 1 Iiu I lght Occurred
Wichita, Kns., July 23. (Special.) To
day another band ot desperadoes was
crushed In Oklahoma. The entire Yenfrer
,'bnnd of outlaws was captured by depu
ty marshals, and their leader, Dick
Ye-agcr, alias Zip "Wyntt, was killed.
Jver since tho extol mlnatlon o tlie
Cook Banc and the Imprisonment of
their leader In tho Albany penitentiary
fur forty-live years, the Yoager gang;
has taken the front rank In the bandits
of Oklahoma. They robbed and mur
dered wheiever they went, and held up
trains, country meiehants and Individ
uals. Their stoutest feat was the hold
up uf tho Kock Island train at Hover,
O. T., and the sdiootlnff of the express
messenger. While escupliifr they kllhsl
a preacher, whom they mot on tho road,
that they might use lilts horse. In short,
they hao been a tenor In Western
Oklahoma for tho last year, notwithstanding-
tho fact that thieo of their
number were killed after the Dover rob
bery. To-day live deputy matshals encoun
tered them near Sheiidan, and a pitched
battle followed. In which over 100 shots
iworo exchanged. Dlek YeaRer. tho
chief of the outlaws, was Immediately
killed, and Hill Doolln and Charlie Hlitels
t-o badly wounded that they are not ex
pected to recovei. When theso thieo
fell fiom their saddles tho other four
outlaw.s lost heart, and boliiR out of am
munition were easily cnptuied. Deputy
Marshal ilulf was seriously wounded by
the outlaws, and it is thoiiRhl that ho
will die. Muck, ono of tho captured
men, Is a hi other to tho former leader
ot tho band, who was killed immedi
ately after tho Dover train robbery. Tho
body of YeaRer was taken to Hennes
sey, and tho six prisoners weie taken to.
tho Cluthrlo jail. This llRht took In all
the Ruhr, and Oklahoma Is now without
any outlaws of tho first class.
DESOLATION AJJILVER CITY.
Tho New Mexico City Left In n Sad Plight
by the htnrm of Miuiluy Iglit,
Denver. Col., July 23. A special to tho
Times fiom Sliver City. N. Jl , says: This
town presents a sad spectacle to-day,
caused by the most destructive flood ever
known In this legion. Sunday night water
came down fiom eveij direction anl meet
ing: at Porteillcld comer, threw tho Mood
light onto tho business houses. Mud and
baud plied uii on Ilroadway half way to fhu
windows, Tho postolllcu Is mined. Ono
side was washed away, and another part
fell this morning, Tremont and Tlinmer
hotels are badly wrecked, the lower Hoots
being filled with sand and water. nroad
way hotel was vviecked. In every part of
town houses ore tumbllnR down, tlllletto
k. Son lost Roods to the amount of Jl.'.on).
Other business men lose similar amounts,
Approximate loss Is JIW.OK while a num
ber of bridges were wushed away. It will
be a nt-ek before tialns can puss into
town. Tho weather Is threatening tp-da).
.Should mora rain full it will finish thu
buildings that rtinaln.
THE PANEL UNCOMPLETED,
1 orty Men (secured I'roin Aiuoug Whom
tho Taylor Jury Will Ho Sf Ucltnl
Trial lleglun Thursday.
Carrolllon, aio., July 23 (Social.) The
work of selecting tho pant.1 of forty for tho
Taylor Jury began this morning at 8 o'clock
ami the entire duy was consumed In the
-work At ti o'clock the panel was complet
ed The Jury In almost entirely composed of
farmers from the outskirts of tho county
and are Intelligent men. Nearly all said
ihcy hud read, newspaper accounts of the.
last trial, but the Jude Insisted that It did
not disqualify them us jurors. The statu
and defense will muke theJr challenges and
report to-morrow night. The evidence) will
commence Thursday morning. A -larger
crowd Is In attendance this timu than, at the
MR. HORR WANDERS.
in iiis iiniut i: wnit Mit. ii.utvuv in:
is IM1.I.M.II Til st'Al tl.lt.
DIFFICULT TO KEEP THE. TRACK
IIAItM'A's Mlfllt'AI, AMI M'MIII.A lll.V
Altllb'Mll.MN COM t:si: III.M.
A GREAT ARRAY OF FACTS,
I'lttMAUV MOM'.V AS A MK.WIlti: OP
IhpMjtli Hay nf tbn llrr.il MUrr llcbnto
Opened In the Present c of n rnwded
llotisn nnd Popular Inter, st In
thr Discussion -rrnn to
Ho Until) itrd.
Chicago. HI.. July 1. Tho seating ca
pacity of tho loom" of tbe Illinois Club
was taken up when ( If- Ilorr-II irvcy do
nate opened to-day. While the sl0 of the
room does not permit a large audience,
the olllcers of the club are compelled, every
clay, to rofuso in my applicants for seat".
The day's talk was opened by Mr. Har
vey lb- said that the drlnto ot the last
session was of value as showing that dur
Iiir the pant foil) )ears llver hail been
steadily coined In rplte of assertion to the
contrary: that, by the table copied from the
reports ot tho mints, the commercial ratio
between gold anil silver had been main
tained at about tho Trench coinage ratio
of 13 to 1, for 21) years, that during the
twenty-two years since ITO, as the result
of demonetisation, the commercial rntlo
has declined to 3J to I, that In the S.IS
years prior to 1S73, the quantity uitlo be
tween gold and silver had ranged from
K of silver to 1 of gold, to 4 ot sliver to 1
of Rold, and that, during all that time
the commercial ratio had clung closely
to the legal ratio. During all that time
tho commercial prices of silver bullion
had remained steady. Since IS". 11 had
steadily and rapidly decreased. It was the
dominating Influence of London exchange
to nil p irts of tho world which led to gold
being recognized by the world as tho stand
ard In all commercial transactions.
Mr. Ilorr Continues to Deuv.
Mr. Horr, In his opening remarks, pto
cecded to call attention to what he called
misleading statements In Mr. Harvey's
book. Por Instance, he declared to be un
true tho statement that It was believed
that the cost ot producing all of the gold
In the world was about H per ounce, while
somo put It much higher. Mr. Horr
pointed out that there had been a vastly
Increased production at greatly reduced
prices. At the cor,t which Mr. Harvey
spoke of, tho sliver miners Ln three years
would have lost over JlOO.Oert.OiX).
Again Mr. Harvey had put the aggregate
amount of sliver In the world at about
$3,000,(KX),CW). It was estimated that there
was about JC.00O.00O.0OO.
Mr. Harvey had said that the debts ot
the United States nmounted to $IO,00VHO,OtiO.
That was an absurdity. The statement
of the amount of interest which the United
States paid annually to Hurope was also
Mr. Harvey said that the amount of sil
ver referred to by him In his book was the
amount available for coinage. l'"or the
rest he proposed to pursue the older of
the discussion ami answer the questions
when he came to them.
Mr. Harvey then dlsti United a table show
ing the piodiictlon ot gold and silver fiom
17LIJ to 1SV. and proceeded to argue that,
In spite of wide relative fluctuations In
production there had l( en no fluctuations In
relative ratio till after the demonetization
act In 1S7J. He then proceeded to argue
that, except In the legal ratio of weight,
thete should be no difference In the treat
ment of silver and roM He said that the
government was the creator of money and
had the right to regulate the thing created
to the extent of Ilxtng relntlve ratios, but
It had no right to like fiom the legal
tender quallt) of any inumy created,
.still Harping on tin) Honk.
Mr. Horr continued his objections to Mr.
Ilarvey'.s statements In his book He took
up the supposition that the government
wanted 10O.iV0 homes. Its competition would
Incieaso the value of hors. s; that free
coinage of sliver would im.ri.ise the -value
of the bullion .Mr. Horr said that all the
government did to silver was to nut a
stamp on the bullion and rutin n it to the
owner Suppose the government should
merely call foi 100 000 horses foi the purpose
of ulUxInir a bland to them, and, having
done so. should leturn them to the owner,
would that Increase the alue of the horses
of the count!-) ' The horse aiRiimetit, Mr.
Hoir declared, was a fraud.
Thu speaker then took up the matter of
the elements which govern the. price of
wheat, arguing that Mr. Harvey's deduc
tions were fallacious.
A "-"Mil shot I'mm Air. Ilnrvei.
Mr. Harvey wild that this government
had fixed tho pi lee of gold, nnd all the
friends of silver wanted was for It to fix
the price- of silver, In tho belief that the
nation could better keep out of the hands
of tho pivvnbroker with two metals than
Iloturulng to hl.s argument, on bimetal
lism, .Mr Harvey said that the option, of
tho debtor to p ly In I he cheaper metal
should not bo liuiulied. This would always
maintain a parity. If the creditor wer.,
glVfti the option of tho money In which he
should be paid, he would demand the dearer
money, then by Increasing thu demand for
that metal and decreasing tho other, there
by widening Instead of narrowing tho dh-
''continulng, Mr Harvey declired that all
nature was bimetallic. Man had two legs,
two arms, two e)es. two ears. Ho de
clared there were available for oluugo In
the world about sixteen ounces of stiver to
one ounce of sold.
Iliiextloii of I a nil 'Icnuncy.
Itcplylng Mr llorr took up tho question
of farm tenant). who growth Mr. Har
vey at an euiller stage of tho debate hud
adverted to as a bud thing In national life
.Mr llorr declared It a good sign and quoted
fiom statlstlis gatheied by the state of
Minnesota, showing the steady evolution of
tho teimnt lino tho land owner, and fiom
other htatMliH shown! that the liureise In
tho number of tenants had been accompa
nied liy a decrease In tho number of farm
day laborer, Tho decreaso In tenancy had
not betu at the expense of farm owneis,
but at that of duy laboiers.
Tho Two KluiN or Money.
Mr. Haivey declined to discuss what he
called "the lenant business," but promised
that ho would take It up when ho got to It.
Jle then went on to say (hat tin re are two
kinds of money. In the general sense In
which tho word Is used, one being primary
money and the other repteentatle mon
ey, or. us he would call It for the pui poses
of dt bate, "credit inoue) " This latter kind
of money Is divided Into paper money uud
token money, which Includes eopiwr cents
and nickel 6 cent pieces. No attempt Is
made to maintain the commercial ratios of
theH metals at any ratio with the metal
out of which they aie made. Toktii mon
ey Is used to pay for ai tides, the pi Ice of
which is less than values ut which we coin
primary money, 1'rlmary money Is the
me.uuiu of values, Hold, Mr. Harvey said,
is now our measure of values, and our rep-.
resMitutlve money Is nl to It, us the tall
of a kite Is fateiud lo tho kite, lie then
mado u. short argument showing that sup
ply and demand regulate, the value of mon
ey tho sums as of all other property.
llorr Wuu U to ha) u Word.
Mr. Horr announced that before proceed
ing to the question of the production of
silver he uuuted to say a few words on
the mUleadlng nature of some of Mr. Har
vey's statements on finance. He then, at
tacked assertions made by .Mr. Harvey as
Ut iii.1 utilised valuation of thu national
bank. Ite thru ,lechrel thai Mr Harvey
was wangling fiom !h question In de
bit". I,tuv h hud Kovernl time d -il.ir.vl
that 'if the mints of the world"
would give rre tirel Ulillmlt"! coinage to
silver on a irrtiln ril'o It could be main
Mined. Mr Horr Mid thrtt wan not the
question li 1 ionldervl at all, "hut
whetlur. after the entire ctvlllned world
lm refused to iir silver is liione) of llnnl
rede-mpllon, nnd tlll refUFrit to use it. can
Iho United State plush handed nnd alone
afTotd to put Itself upon n ullvef basis and
Join Mel!. t'hlll ami Tripoli'" lie then
sulmilt'od the table of the product of Bold
find Mlvcr dnro 171, taken from Mr Har
vey's book ami a Pled to It the mint reports
of the product of s"Kt and ls(. This table
Miovved Mr Hoir leclarcd, that since 1"7I
the prodm tlon of sliver hail bren steadily
on th Increase, and that old has. since
17,1, been nlso on tho Increieo; but While
silver hud Inerr-mrd In minntlt) Ihree times
ilnrlnir that period, gold had only doubled
the .Measure of Values.
Mr. Harvey went back to the illsrtiMlnn
of pi linn ry money as a measure or value".
In Ivrj, hedeelnriil, all the money In circu
lation was IS 2S per capita, ami In sl It
was HI is per capita, and In tliofe times all
money was primary monc), the measure of
values being paper money Itself, In Is'U
we had a per capita circulation of f 11 2.1.
He then mi M: ".Now, ou will all su that
the qnnntlt) of money In tin uhi tlon af
fects prices. Vou have more mniirv, pri
mary ami credit lomhlned, In rlt dilation
In IMil, per capita, than oii hid In the
two en i it nnmed previous to IV73, and set
prices weie higher then than now. Vh 7
lleeuuse there was more pilmur.v money
per capita In circulation at the two Hist
natmil years than there Is In the list
nnmed year, IS'tl Of the' Ml per capita In
circulation of all mouej In ivil, null about
M Is primary monet, while In l'C7 and 1S7J
there was ls primary money In tltculatlon
vivs It-irvev AViish (fret iibneker.
Mr. llorr .nld Mr Harvey's definition of
primary mone) was tliouev of ridemptlon.
l.reenb icks hud to be redeemed to make
them good, ami they could not, b) an)
hook or crook, be tonstrued Into primary
mone) Mr. llorr then said. "Now. In
1171, we did return to spfelo payment, we
dlil make our gnenhicks and all our money
as kooiI as the best, ami llrolher llnrvcv
ninJ his whole crowd of followers und ad
herents wete going up and down this conn
try stating that If we undertook to enforce
that act we would ruin the business of the
countr). I know- they said It, because I
heard them do so. They believed It, Just
as llarvej does now.
Mr. Harve) "You did not hear me iny
.Mr. Horr "Well, If ou were old enough
you dltl say it. A man constituted ns vou
mo could not have said anything else"
.Mr. Horr declired that the "stuff" he
was preui hlng.ns it had been denominated
by Mr. Harvey, was upheld by every clv
lllred nation on the eurth, and that only
such countries ns Chlnu, Mexico nnd Japan
favored tho silver standard.
.Mr. lliirii-v sthks to the Point.
Mr. Harvey denied that Mr. Horr was
justified fn calling him a (Ireenbicker. and
said that he believed in gold and sliver as
prlmaiy money, to the fullest extent under
tin bimetallic laws that governed It prior
to IS7" In relation to the claim of Mr. llorr
that all the clvllled nations of the earth
were ln favor of the gold stnndnrd, Mr.
Haivey said that all the civilized nations
of the earth were at one time slive holding
nations nnd tho Individual slave holder had
made puclsely the argument advanced bv
Mr. Ilorr He then went back to credit
and teileinptlon money, nnd declared that
ciedlt mone) may be Issued bv the govern
ment, with sifety, only In such quantities
as will not embarrass It In case a tun Is
made on the government for tedemptlon.
If the government icqulres redemption
monty it can float bonds among Its own
people to the full amount necessary to ob
tain what primal)- money It needs.
No Rovernmont should ever bonow from
the people of another nation To do so
was n confession of monetary weakness.
No Rovetnment, he declined, should Issue
credit money in quantities be) ond the
amount of prlmarv mom y among Its own
people, and It should have no money In
the treasury except foi Its current ex
penses anil Improvements The money
should be among the people.
This closed tho debite for to-day, nnd
an adjournment wis taken until Thursday.
DEATH OF HON. B. P. CHENEY.
110 Was Largely Interested In thu sinlu
To nnd Other ftallro ids, and a Winltliy
1'iitron or Arl.
Hoston, July 23. H. I'. Cheney died at
his home In Wellesley this morning. He
was largely Interested in the securities
of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail
way and the Northern 1'acltlc Hallway
Company and In numerous other railroad
ami llnancl.il cotpoiatlons.
Jtenjamlu I'lerce Chenty and the lito
Frederick I. Ames have hci n taunted the
richest men In New Hngland. Hoth passed
$.M,0oi),0iX .Mr. Cheney was horn In 1S1.1.
at Jllllsboro. N. II.. the hlithplace of
1'iesldent Franklin I'lerce. At 10 )ears of
age he left the country schools to help
his father In his blacksmith shop. When
he w is It; he set nut for hlmselt. pin chas
ing his time fiom bis father. He drove a
stage fiom Keetii to Nashua for a )e.u,
and nt 17. and for six )ear.s after, ilrow
fifty miles a day on a coach that made its
trips between Nashua ami Kcene He be
came well known tor his ri-halilllt) and
push, and at 2.! was sent to Hoston to at t
as agent for the various lines radiating
fiom Nashua and the Lowell .t Nashua
iiillionil Coin )eais later, with William
Walker ami Nathaniel White, he started
nn txpress fiom Huston to Monti eul.vv hit h
was tontintietl most of the time undei his
own name for thlrt)-sevin )enis, until it
was meiged In tho Ameilcaii llxptess
Campan). He retained a huge liiti-nst in
the lompan) and wan one of Its olllcers.
111 the meantime, .Mr. Chene) had Income
Intel estid In the "overland mall" to Sun
Francisco and 111 Wells, Fargo ,v. Co 's ex-pie-s.
Antl this led him to Income one nt
the plonteis In the Northern Pacific, Saniu
IV and other Westtrn lalltouls.
Mr. Chene) came Into prominence as a
p.ition of art in HiS, when he present! d
i bronze statue of Dankl Webster to the
state of New Hampshire The statue was
designed b) Hud and tost JIJ.kV) It stands
ln State House patk. at Coiitord.
.Mr. Chone) had hut one mm. He lost
the other many )eais ago running be
tween .Manchester ami Contain!, when tho
jar of tho tialn threw him under tho
OLD MISSOUJON WHEELS,
1'rc puriitlniiH Almiott Completed for a Trav
eling i:poitlon of the Male's (fruit Ite-
hoarce Opened Seiiteuihi r I
Sedalla, Mo., July 21 "Missouri on
Wheels" has passed fiom tho ptospectivu
stage Info that of cei taint) The meeting
of the uriungement lununlttt-e in St
l.uuls Monda) afternoon prncticall) set
tled matters, nnd the dctcimihiillun and
Zeal With width the public spirited peo
plo ot the state take hold of this enter
prise in ikes Its success assured.
Secretary W. M. Slmms returned fiom
the St. I.ouls meeting Hits morning, and
brings tiy eiuouiagliiR rtpoits He sii)s
tht Hinds necesmr) foi si ndlng the tuun
loatl of Missouri's exhibits over the tnun
iry will be raised Inside of three weeks,
Tho tiiiln will conialn from three to live
cars, and may have a dining car .u lathed
It will start September 1, to advertise the
btate. The loute to bo taken will bo
mapped out this week
The various railways of tho state have
agited to carry all exhibits Intended for
"Mlssouil on Wheels" to Sedalla flee of
chin kc They are hcartll) In s)mpathy
with this movement, which means so
much for the state, whose wonderful re
sources It will advertise to tho world.
Followed h) :i (iooil Italii.
F.ldorudo. Kas , July 23. (Special ) Tho
ItepublUan tonventlot; of llutler county
met In this, clt) to-day and nominated a
ticket, us follows: Senator, J. F. Mellaril
son: LOtinty clerk. S Puttie; icglster of
deuls, S. II llrundon; tie.isiuer, S. Jt.
Cllftonl; sheriff, J A, Hopkins; surveyor,
John Austin, coroner, Dr J. A. McKetule.
Tho resolutions declare for free coinage of
American silver ami Indorse tho effoits of
(loveriior Morrill lo enforce the prohibitory
jaws. Tho convention was followed by a
lleitli of Dr. : il mt.
Abilene, Kas., July 23.-(Speclal.) Thorn
as (iuiiii, of Chapman, a leudlng physician
und Denies rath- politician, tiled this after
noon, as the result of a fall down his of
fice stairs last evening. He was slated for
surgeon of the military prison at Leaven
worth. Shot by an liull in.
Caddo. I. T . July 23. (Special ) I.on
Gardner, un Indian, 23 )tara old, who U
now under bond for the kMllmr of nnntliir
Indian about three wck il -hot and fi
tall) wouhlel Hnrk Tun a white inmi
at Dm i ant this mornlni unimr h
drinking an 1 Mum Tern In i n. the liltir
rcfuixsl him mlniitMiifp lo his room.
THE WHISKY WAR INWICHITA.
ItPiiinrliiililr Vni,. of MTuIrs In tli.il
( Ity us llel id il to (loternor Morrill
1Mb I Iglit on II mil.
Tnpckn, Kns . July J3,-tpei inl ItrlHht
Ih.f tnrlv this mottling t M Jones, ttiorRe
1.. Piatt ami A C. Iltmc), the thn-e gentle
men who lompope the lilla board of
polli e luinmlssloliers, fltid Into floverhot
Morrill's olllce, rlosely followed b) Charles
llatlott, polh H Judge of the same wnywntd
clt), They came to the capital fin the
put pose of tequentlng lite nppnlntmcnt uf
mi assistant attorney general In aid them
In Hie euroiremeut of the prohibitory law.
All four of the gentlemen assured the gov
ernor that the) wire making every effort
In their power to mauler the vvhlskv busi
ness at Wlihlta. ami would continue to ,lu
so, hut they (old u remarkable tor or the
trials and tilliulalloiin whkh beset their
lubors In nttituptliiR In t-nfotce the law.
Thev wite not onlv opposed by a powiiful
public sentiment, hut the ititlrc city pov
erntnilit hud taken the side of the law
breakers, and. fiom tho minor down, wirn
doing even thing In their powir to thwart
the ends ot iustli
Last night the city roun, II repealed every
onlltiiiuie of ue In punishing the saloon
knpets. thus rotellig the tommlssioneis to
icly upon the state laws and tin county
uttoruov. The latter nlllilal was not In
sympathy with the attempt to i lose the
saloons, and It left the cominlHSlotiers pow
erli ss without the nsslstntui of the state
In the peisuu of an assistant attothty gen
ellll. Hovernor Morrill nt onie lustrui ted the
attotnev to appoint un assistant for Sedg
wick count). Attorney tletiernl liavves In
formed the reporti ts (o-nlght that he would
make the appointment ns soon us he tould
Uud n lawver who would lake off his con I
ami wade Into Hie ptosecutlons ill earnest.
The commlssloui'tK tepoitnl to the gov
ernor that the open siloons hut! all In-cn
closul In Wli hlta. but that thill places hud
been tnken bv Joints, whit h spuing nti here
and there nil over the eltv While tin. po
lice were awute of their i xlsteni e, It was
almost Impossililo to recure the evidence
necessirv to convict A bilge poitlon of
the populace appeared to be ln league with
Hie saloon men to keep them from punish
ment, and mail) of the I, inlliig business
men weie outspoken In tin il demands for
a return to the license s)stem
It Is evident that a bnttle royal bus been
sprung at Wichita, ami that It will ho
fought to the denth. Its null ome will very
likely furnish some valuable lontrlhutoiy
tesilmonv lo (Inventor Monlll's statement
that prohibition was not eiiforml ln com
munities whete public sentiment was not
largely In Its favor
Late this afternoon the coventor received
a imssiige fiom a commlttei of ttmperantc
people at Wichita, saying that thev wete
coming up to consult ovei tin- situation,
which was grow Ing serious, und uskt il that
he defer tho appointment of un assistant
attorney geneial until their uilv.il
Mill :t liin.il anil I'lill inlhrople oiiestlous
llugiige the Close Altiiltloo of the III I
l gates tit tho Toloiito Mietlng.
Toronto. July 23. To-d.iv' s, ..sion of the
P in-Amerlr.in congress opened with an at
ttnd.ince of nearly 1,000 deli g ites Uev. L.
A Lambert, editor of the I'tetinnn's Jour
nal and Catholic Iteglstt r, of New York,
presid. d. .Mrs. Flnkelst. n Mountford, of
New York, spoke on "A Woman's View of
American Christianity." It. v T. J. Con
natv rector of Sacred Heart ihureh, Wor
cester. Mass , followed wi.h a pajH-r on
"Thi Koin-in Catholic Chun h la the IMu
cntlon il Movement ot To-div " Hev. F W.
ln s, of Washington, gn an address on
"Orginl7ed N'atlonnl Phil inthtopy " Itev.
A Lu.ans, of Holy niosom Hebrew con
gregation, Toronto, closed with a shoit ad
dress, Two afternoon sessions were held, one In
Metropollt in church and the other In St.
J lines' st ire. Itev A II. Noreross, pres
i lent of the I'ltt-burg female college. sioko
on "Fnlvrrslty Hxtt nsion." "Industrial
School-" was the subject of an udiliess by
Staph ton Caltlcott. pn-flldent ot th. Toionto
ho ml of ttatle A riper b) lb v Thomas
Sims, of Totunto, on 'The Minister's .Mes
sage to Moduli Soeli-t)," was followed by
one on "Pnblle School and ItelU'loiis Train
ing," by Itev It. S IloK ol II imlltou.
John Pai menter, .M Ii.Iluffalo thiiisHil
on tin- "Itelntlon of the .Meilk.tl 1'iofi -.-Ion
to I'hllanthrop) "
Ittv tt. C. Hurleson, president of Hiylor
university, of W i o. Tex, has hi t n ill
since ids arrival In Toronto, anil his condi
tion calls si his fiends considerable anxiety.
BLOWN INTO FRAGMENTS.
'IhricMeii Instantly Killed by ll)iiiiolto
Millie Working lo hleago's Ilruiii.tgi
Can il .Ni-iir Willow springs.
Chicago, Jul) 23 Three men wei" in
stantly killed und a fourth h.ull) injured
to-day by a pitmiiurt explosion of tlvnn
mlto In the dralnagi canal, near Willow
Springs. The dead arc:
William ICell), home In Marquette, Mich.
Thomns Croaker, Chicago.
Joseph Smith, it-sldence itnkuown.
Injured: .Matthew Hcaly, seveio scalp
Kelly, Croaker and Smith were prepar
ing a blast ami wiic ptesslng the ilnt
mlte into the hob wlun suddenly the bl ist
went off. All thru- moil weie hurl-d
high In the air uud inmo down full) :'-!
j nt ds away from t.ii, n -enu of the tx
liloslnu. All time were mangled In u
most hoitlble manner.
Over 10. men wi, at work close to the
blast when the explosion occurred, and It
Is a w mulct that th. loss of life was not
much greatei Tin) i.i.ulo a will or. ik
for cover when the shower of rotk lit gin
to full, and all tsi.ip.il Injury with the
exception of Heal), who wns struck b) a
pltce of lock II- will recover. No cause
t. known for tin xploslon, as all the
ten weie euieful ami expeilenced In thu
handling of djiuuna..
Ai.s issluilteil bv' Hie Mlltli.
New Orleans, I.i , July 23. There was
anothi r Matiu killing on tho plantation
near ponaMsonvillt tonight 'llm ussns
sin tired through the opt n door of a house,
killing an Italian an I mort.ill) wounding
hid 1-) car-old bo) The asxassln Is un
known but it Is lull, veil to be Noskd, tho
St John parish murdi rei
.Not Old (looils, hut New
Articles That Are Ar
Solid Silver 25 patterns
slmll.r lo thete,
I lie and Alii.
70c, UUc, M. uo and Sl.UI).
White, bins white and all
gi ados at exactly halt price.
lllngs at HO, Jli, , tV
and irA that havo always
sold at twits that miu.li.
DIAMONDS AT HALF PRICE !
It's like buying gold clollais for llftycuiu,
Diamond Studs nnd Pins.
100 EugraTed VhithiR Canls aud Plite only Tc.
ltM Engraved VUltlug Cards from Plata only 60a
500 (101.1) STICK PINS.
Set with Pearls, Turquoise, etc, leproseminj
Teuab Itacquois, Uolf sticks, Colli, Leaves,
10H MAIh ur.
WITHIN FIVE DAYS.
Mil. tllsrltl: ItltCMI'.K Wll.l, StKIN
lti:.M)l:lt HIS Ill.tlsltlS,
CITY MADE OUT A STRONG CASE,
t I' IS IICI, II, 1:11 lll.vr At, I. II'I'IIN.
II.MIKIl I tilt Wll.l. Ill) (lit. M 1:11.
THAT WILL END THE STRUGGLE,
WAIIlll Hllllld tllMI'WV IMtl.SIIM's
I IS stilt It .Mint mi:.s is.
Itonil I'urtbisrrs .Vre Prep, red to t'oinu
Into I onrt Willi 'I heir .Mone) at
Once If the Cltj's Applica
tion ts itstnlui il.
llurllngton, VI., duly .-(Special.) The
application of Kansas City foi a supple
mental ilectee In tho witter works case
subrogating the tights of persons furnish
ing to pay 1.li,i"n lo tho bondholders ot the
compim), enme up before .Mr. .Itistico 1 1 row
er here to-day. The question was aigued
b) uttornejn for both sides from 10 o'clock
(his morning until I o'clock this afternoon,
when Mr. Justice Hiewer announced that
he would consider the matter and deliver
his opinion within live d,t)s. Iilslulercstcd
listeners believe that he will grant the
supplemental dectce substantially as asked
for by the counsel for Kansas City. The
tepresentatlves of the bond ptirthuseis
who attended the hearlnr to-day slate that
the money lo pay for the J.t.l.'iO.Oi") of bond'i
will be ready and will bo paid Into the
I'nlted States circuit court In Kansas City
at once. If the decision Is t ivorahle.
The healing to-day brought forth ono of
lite most brilliant arra)s of legal talent
ever seen In this part of the state. Kan
sas City was represented bv City Counselor
MtD011g.1l and Attotnc) Trunk Hageiluan,
who camo In this morning over the Like
Shote loute. The Notional Water Works
Compiny was repiesented by President
Tnlntor, of New Yolk, (lardltier l.athrop
and Louis C. Krauthoff, of Kansin City,
ami Win eler H. Pockham, ot New Yoik.
The bond buyers were it presented by At
torney llyrne, of the firm ot Ilomblower,
U)i tie A Ta.vlor, of New York. Storey ."i
Thoriitlyke. with whom Kansas Clt) has
been negotiating for the sale ot the bonds,
wete represented by Attorney Palmer, of
Mr. Justice llrewer was the last to uirlve
at the Federal building, lie came by boat
from his summer home at House Point.
He opened the proceedings, after all tho
attornevs had gathcied In his chamber,
by leading the telegram from tbe clerk of
tho United States court In Kansas City,
which staled that the bonds had been duly
deposited with hei as ordered by the orig
inal decree antl were now ln the vaults of
the United States Trust Company subject
to her ordei. After the reading of the
telegram Attorney 1'iank Hagerman mado
the statement of the city's case. .Mr. Ha
german divided the cltj's application into
seven sections The Hist showed that upon
November ".S, ISJI, the couit entered a. de
tree whereby Kansas City was to pay JJ,
OeO.OflO and back hydrant rental In order to
obtain ownetshlp of the water works plant.
The second showed that the National
Water Works Coinpanv attempted to make
a valid title to the woiks, aud that the
title was approved May 10, IS'Ki.
The third showed that an act of the leg
isl 1 niro ot ISO', enabled cities of over lM.onfl
Inhabitants to Issue bonds to pay Judg
ments and decrees, nnd that at a special
elet Hon, held June C. the citizens of Kan
sas City latllled the Issuance of bonds to
pay the Judgment.
The fourth section stated that the com
mon council of Kansas City had authorized
the issuance of the water woiks bunds.
The fifth section showed that b) the orig
inal die iee of tho couit tho city had a
right to enter Into any agreement whit h it
might deem proper for the payment ot
cancellation of any of tho mortgage bonds
now aiitMundlng upon the plant.
The sivth section was In regard to tho
suit llhd by Hosea Webster In tho eatly
part of June seeking to enjoin the Issuance
of the bonds. Mr. Hagerman stated that
It wus the city's oplnlun that this Injunc
tion pioceeillug was merely a movo of tho
National Water Works Company to delay
tuuiilcip.il ow net ship uf the plant.
The last section of the clt)'s application
related to the negotiations between lilt
city and tho prospective bond buyeis. It
asked that as the bond buy, is would ad
vance tho money by which the city was to
pay foi tho vvatei works plant, they be
subrogated to the lights of the piesent
holdtis of water woiks company bonds m
that the city tuny not, in any possibility,
be in a position to esiapo the pa)inent of
the bonds us they fall due
After Mr. Hugo man had spoken briefly
upon the application of Kansas City, ho
gave way to Mr. Kiauthntf, counsel for
the watir woiks company, who it-ad an an
swtr 10 tho clt)'s appllcitlou, Mr, Ktnttt
hulT atliiiilltd that the tuuit hud tendered
the iletiio spoki n of by Mr. Hugtimaii,
but he denied thut Kansas City had btin
tailed upon to pay the JJ.M.i.OuO mentioned.
He admitted that the National Wuttr
Woiks Company had tiled title papeis 10
the wuu r woiks plant with thu cleik ot
the I'ultt'd States court, but stated that at
tin- sanio timu the water woiks cum.
puny had, llled a w.iivtr ami dis
claimer to the light to cnfoice thu
M,iM,iJ ptHLlia.su money iiiintlounl in
the dt cue Mi. Kmiithotf ipiottd lit
length ttom this document. It denied
neuil) eveiythlng In the c!t)'s application.
It stand that thu legislative acts empower
ing tile clt) 10 Issue bunds weie unions!!
union il. It stated that its oul) inhuma
tion as to thu adoption of tho chatter
uiuendintut of June t,, and the passage uf
an ordinance autlioiUlug the bond issue,
was tiimui and newspaper it-ptuts, and
asked tile city to pluvo Hull such steps
hail cvei bun taken. It also asked pi not'
ot the depositing ot the water works bonds
with lht link of the United Stales com l
at Kansas Clt),
Ml. Kiauthoff denied Hie right of the
clt) to eiitt-i Into an) aglet meiit foi tho
pa) 1111 nt or t ante llatiou uf the bonds out
standing aguiust the National Water
Woiks Compaii). The section rrg.ii, ling
llosia Wibsnr's suit stated that .Ml. Web
sttr was a laMUJt'i, and llled bis suit in
good luitb, anil not lit thu Instigation of
the wutei works company, to secure a de
lay In the inunlilpal ownership of the plant.
The lust M-itlou of the illsclaliuei was
that tht touit hud 110 power to suuiogato
the rlKhts of the prospective bond purchus
eis to the rights 01 thu holders of the
inortgaito bonds of thu National Wuter
Woiks Coiupaii), Mr, Krautliolf claimed
that such an unler would be Inconsistent,
and contiur) to the terms of tho decito as
After the rtailiug of the disclaimer Mr.
Justice Hit wer stuted that he would llko
to be enlightened upon but two points.
One of Hun. be said, vvub what objection
tould tho water works company have 10
the city pa)lng tho Unit mortgage In full,
uud truusfeiilug the bonds tt cured by It
to tho clt) s piospectlve ciedltois. the inn-,-haseis
of the water woiks bonds. .Mr.
Justice Ilicwer said that the other point
was to enable him to see his way clear to
touch the second mortgage bonds us long
as they were uusatlsiuu, as under tho ex
isting 1 In umstiihcts they were ohl) pn
Hull) 1 ltd
At tb - Mi pecklmm began the ntrn
Inr in tm th. wnlt-r works toinpanv Ills
iitgiiin. nt wis leplete with snuastn nn 1
bi il II. ul, 1 the Ilia nf the iltv attend !
Dig to -1, mill 1 the water works compitni to
Ullltl.li 1 lis si 1 urltles In ordei to t liable
the ili to iiilse the JLI.iw piireluiw
tiioiii-v This was the till, ad of Ills rntlit
aiguinuit. nnd. as he rum luitid, he ask. d
Ml Justice liinwir In nllow the teliitliui
ship l until the walet wotks mmpnnv
nnd lb- im lo i-iinnin s lu-ietofore until
Kansas t'lti was tlnniii Inlly strong chough
lo handle (he bond Issue amounting to
Ml. IViklintn wns followed bv AUomipv
I'lniik llaiit Imnli. it presenting Kansas
Clt) Mr. It.iKorman mmli 11 forcible pica,
settihg fouh the mantlet in which the stib
toRtition might be Reeled without III any
wiiv piejiidliliig Hie tights of tho water
woiks 1 ompan).
the Drib r Willlted bv the I 111.
Al the com lusinn of Mr Hagermati's .11
gtimetit Kansas nty filed with the court
the document sitting forth the det ree
nsketl for. After the preamble slating
th it n decree hint be.-n entered ndhidKitig
Hull 011 the pitttn.-ht of il,im pno the . Ity
should bet ome the owner of the wab r
works plnnt. Hint the ihurtir anieniliin nt
hud given the common count II of Kinis
I'ltv the power to Issue bonds; that the
bonds had bun tsstiul nnd d- posit, l with
the clerk of the United St iti s eiuult
tourl, that ,ertnlti persons had agreed to
bin the bonds at a certiilu prlt e, the or
"Now, then fore, the City of Kansas, Mi.
rourl, appearing liv counsel ami hiving
been fnllv heard, It Is ordered, adjutlisoil
and det rood that upon povment to the
clerk of the i onrt or the last of ild sums
ut mode) above mentioned SHld decree
shall be can. clod. Sallstled and discharged
and the ileik shall and he Is hereby or
dered lo niter upon leeord tin entry of
satisfaction, 1 aiivell.itloti nnd cllscluilge In
full of such Judgment and det ree so that
mild City of Kansas shall no longer be
liable for the pu)!iieiit of said sum which
It Is recpilred to pav h) s.nd decree.
"It further ordered, adjudged ami de
creed that the persons u-lvntultig the
Ktnti.tinfl and the further sum required bv
sii Id dwiee nfuresalil that tun) be paid
Into the clerk of the couit under the pro
visions of the fottnei deciee herein shall
be and the) hcieby are subrogated bi all
the rights of the holders of the bonds of
the Nation il Water Works Complin) and
of the K iiisus fit) Wat-r Woiks Com
pan), taken 1111 in icnudante with ant of
the decrees 01 orders hi rein, so flint the
mortgage Isinds uited bv the inoit
gages or deed of trust refer! ed to In de
cree or onler of Ma) 10. 1 I. and said
mortgages or deeds of trust set iirlng the
same, so fir as concerns the tights of the
persons advam Ing the sums aforesaid,
shall remain In full fence and effect to
this etent ami 110 fill titer, the same shall
be and stand as sietirltv for the sums of
money so udvumid with I'n per rtnt an
nual Inteiest and upon any failure on the
part of s.iid i 'Ity of Kalis is to pi) nhl
bonds of Kuiisns I'll) to be Issued to the
petsons advancing the monev or nnv In
tetest thereon, 1111) person Interested may
upplv herln 01 bv original bill for the en
forcement of the total amount due and en
fon e snid mortgage bonds and mortgages
01 deeds of trust us -cmltc thetefor.
"And It Is further ordered anil decreed
that Urati'ds M. Itlatk. commissioner, Is
hen by illiocted, lit fore piimittlng to be
paid to .111) bondholdi rs setuietl bv the
deed of trust 01 mot t gage dated August 1,
isv.1, or trustee thereof, ail) sum upon or
for any bond as proi Ided In an) toitmr or
di r herein, to provide the tb liver) of sui 11
bonds tci h'.m and to recpilre with any le
le.is,. by the- truttetr said deed of trui-t or
mortgage, a dellvit) of the outstanding
mortg ige or deed of trust and mid Print is
M Iliac k, commissioner, Is hen b) dlieeti I.
befole pinnltting to Is- p lid to anv bond
holders secured bv th deed of mist 01
mortgage, dateel November 11, IssT, or to
the trustees th.reof, any sum upon or foi
any bond as prov hied In .111) foitnt-i order
lit rein, to lcqulre the dellvirv of sin h
bonds to him ami to require with an) re
It i.se b) the trustees of said deed ol liut
or mortgage, and a cleliveiy ol the out
standing mortgage or deed of trust d it--d
June 1, ISV!, ami sat Is far tor) proof that the
holders and owners of all the bonds se
cured by said mortgage or deed of trust ot
June 1, SVi, other than those who have
tiled intervening petitions herein, have con
sented to, and airhorlz.-d the pav mint of
said J'HJ-VJiM of bonds nciuvil bv said mort
gage or deed of trust of November II. Ivs7.
"And Francis M Itlack, commissioner, b,
line by dlntttil. b. fore permitting to bo
paid to nnv bondholder, seemed b) the
deed of trust ol mormage dud of June 1,
lss'i, or to the trustee tin r In, anv sum
upon or foi an) bond secured then bv
either to mpilre the bonds to be dtlivired
to him, issuing then for a certllb-ate of de
Kislt rieltlng that the depositor Is entitled
to the rights set med b) said bond, ex
cept the t lulm upon the proper!) covirel
b) sold mortgage or det d of trust which
is etTectotl ti) the said r, leas, of the Cen
tral Trust Ccimpiny, ami thu the said
bonds ule belli untle-r this eh c ree as se
curity tor and foi ihe put pos,. of securing
said rights, as wcdl ns the purposes lie rein
ufter specllietl In this deei.i, or said lthn k
m ly, 11 the boiulh dtlei pit r.-r, muk. ihe
saitl payment as b) onbr of Slav 111. IV".
prov hied. Uion renlpt of an) of the bonds
uforc-j-alel, the commissioner shall tb liver
Ih-m to the 1 leik of this ( ouri and tin- it
1 ises of llu mottguKts or deeds of 11 list
aforesaid shall be III--I 111 the court and
be effective- as ngulnxt all patties excepting
Ihe city ami those advancing the- money
ns afore said or lht 11 asslgnies, meaning,
thereby, tho persons who shall nt any
time be the holders of sold Kansas City
bonds, ami su, h i.lcase shall be deemed
to be liehl In escrow and kept alive for Ihe
purpose of sutisf)lug said det ree and not
recorded until us hereinafter provided."
"Ami It Is furtht-i or-Vied udjudg.d nn 1
directed that such bonds of ihe National
Water Works t 'ompan v. si cured by elihtr
of the two moiiguges tilted August 1, pesl,
and Jun. 1, lss'i, and such bonds of the
Kansas Clt) Wntei Company secured by
the deed of tiust of Nov e-mber 11, Is7. as
shall come Into the bauds of the couit or
chik thtieof, shall mil In cuneeled, but
such bonds shall be m.nktd 'held under
the piovislons ol the. tie ree in the case
of tin- National Water Works Company vs.
Kansas I'lti ami Kiiuyus t'itv vs the Na
tional Wuier Woiks Compiny, dut-d the
2Mb ela) of November, A. U. 131, ami ihe
lurthi-i o lib is anil tb t it . s In th. same 1 use
tlattd the loth clay of Slav. A li. lt-.li, and
tin JJ'1 ilav of July, A. I Iv.i. '
"An I il Is fui tin r oiebit.l. adjudged and
tbiitcd Hi it said bomls of the .Nation ,1
Water Wuiks I'omp.in) ami ot tin Kalis is
Clt) Water Company shall be ilnullv t 111
c.uieeleil and so mill Keel and tht mortg.ii,' -.
securing llifin tllschuigt tl and th, 1 . K t-t -In
tonic full ami eiK-Ute as against all
persons and dill) letonled when, and ouh
when, tin- city of Kansas Cii) i-hull ha.,
jiald to the persons advancing the sunn'
ufoicsutd, or llulr suit.ssois am) assuins,
nie-anfiii; tht-itbt the nelsons who nit. ill it
an) time be the holuns of said Kansas
City bonds, to be li-sue-d us here lulu r.iie
mentioned, amounts npiul to tin pilmipil
at the time said pilm-Ipa), by the terms of
said bund.", shall In dut . togi ther with In
teiest ns uld Interest, b) the terms of said
bonds shall bei-Dine dm- and sh ill pi
sent said bonds of Kansas Cii), markt-l
canceled ami paid, to the ileik ol this
couit, a ii-l Hint uitunwhlle said bonds ol
the National Water Works Compan) ami of
the Kaui-ns Citv W iter t'ompan) sh ill 1011-tlliut-
to be held b) l)u t lerk of thi- couit
and the three mortgages, dan, I August I,
1SS t. June 1. IS'.J. and Nut 1 tuber II 1-S7,
shall r-main as kiihsisliiiir II us to si cue
slid builils lo- the bint tit ol Ihe iiiimius
who I1.1v advanced Ihe sum sum ol Jlcl,
irno and said fut tiler sum rnuited bv the
elect tu so fo bo p lid Into tht tuuit as
abovt mtutloiiiil, tin ir sinitssois and u
sluns, meuuiiig lliei.-bj. the p. isiiit, who
Khali, ill uu time, be the hollel-. of the
luaids ot Ivans. ,s Clt) abovt 1 . 1 , 1 r. ,f to,
vvlil.h nn- to In lssiie'd to the persuns ad
y.iiieliig ml sums
"And it Is fin tin r otdeit-d, adjudged and
Ucfieed thai the peisons adv. lining the
sums of inuiie ) Kipilitd b) said tleeieo of
Noveiubei .'s. I vil, shall have no rluhi to
bring unv suit upon x.ii.l bonds of the N t
Htnal Wat-1 Woiks Compiii) or Lansis
I'll) Watir Company, lot foretlosnie or
oilurwlse i long ns a sum cipi il to the
amount of llu li.t.Ti st and nriiitlp.il on llu
sud Ivans is ,'iiv bomls tdiall be paid at the
time 11m i la -til bomls foi pa) mom to the
holdeis th-itot. nor an) ilimt at nil) timu
to obtain i peisonal Jiulkiiit-iit on sail
bonds iig-iii si slid Nation il Wlter Woiks
Coiupin) -ir Kansas Clt) Wabr Compaii),
1101 an) right as against nil) piopert) uf
the Kansas i'hv Water Company, but sob -ly
against mh h piopmt) as tho tlty of
Kalis is Clt) has acepilied nt shall ii.ipiirc
by it-uson of the nroceedlngs lu this cause,
but when, a- or.ling to the terms of thu
said Knnsis t il) bomls, nnv pilnclpil or
Interest I- pi) aide tncieon. If a sum equal
to such prim qui or Inieust Is not pild to
the holdeis of Mid bonds the holdeis of
such bonds shall havu tho right lo enfuive
tho said inorli, tgt s dated Auuust l,lSS3.Junc
1, 1SS3, and November 11, 1S.ST, agalast the
said pioprrty acqulted by Kansas City in
these pructedmgs In the manner provide?,!
In such inoitg igi fur such enforcement to
an amount not greater than the amount
payable to tin h-d Urs of said bonds of the
city of Kdiib.is t it)
"And It Is funhei ordered, adjudged and
decreed that a' nn) lime any one now hav
ing or vtuo may hereafter cujr uv. thu
K ins is 1 111, Mn, Juir -i. i'9i
7o-d.tii irr lo- h ! f tlit umllirr to lir itfr.
7Vmpt-'''' ' Vtt-titiv -Minimum. &; .V,trl
''Tlic-y say" tltoro'.s not a glovo
stoio in tin1 Western country that
coiiip.iri's with thu one here for
"thoy" know, too.
...tillcs' Silk Jurspy filove, ?I-l-
In colors, thu r0c kiniln mJj
Lmllrs' Silk Jersey Mllts-bl.irkii 1 ()p
only-Mr kind for xoyj
1'iom the baspinunt ooinci tho
cries of the Otlds antl Knds thoy
want to got out thoy will to-inor
row fast piiouqli. Four p.irtictilar
I lot .onslstliiR ot r-c Mop Sll-k". fc wo. j.
en llutter Knlv . , fn- Chimin V I'.riishis,
1.V Sciub lliushtsiii Wooden Si oops. ), I
:, Hiis-iiiik Spoons, l'att) I'aiis. J)r;
llic l.atlles, Itreiid Tans -t holi e for I
1 lot cotisistliiK of tbe follnwlnr: "' Tahiti '
Mats.lfic i'hii iipemr. 3t'-. Tmv .. 1 l .
Wooden I'orles, -Mi Hooks. .'..1 Hell-. Jj
SO- Door Holts t holt e. t.nll . ..
1 lot consisting of the follow Im. lO Inrge
Tin I'linnels, r- Tabh Mat. 1" Ilia k
liig Daubs, pii Wtiml, n I'orks mil -.
Spoons lu, Table forks choice bit ,)(J
1 lot consisting of the following TV Kniini-el-d
Water Hut kets t.".e Nut t'puke-rt,
l J'liiit v Dusters, irt lleirth Itrushts,
1,0c Tr.ivs, iee Uanceis, . extra hiiivv- I
ll-qiiutt Tea 01 Coflee l'ots, Pm U Inn K
Coolers. M)c CI si Ktilv.s, Mi f)X-, 1
I'IiihIi llliish, ."" Ilillows-eholeefjU I
Thoy aio precisely the kinds you
aio asking for now. Hut the pencil
that piieks prices has struck them
just tho same-and struck them hard,
1 lot of Ladles' lll.itk Dougoli Oxfords,
plain and pattnt leather tips. r;i
worth ftom H ."in to JJ.tV. Thins- 0(j
An assorlnient of l.utlles Tan (-(W)
fords, worth from I ".u lo J." tin. JJOvj
I llllisiia s pi n ' .
t lot of I, idles' Tall Shoes
high lace en button worth J.
Thuistlay's tube- . . .
1 lot of Misses' Hl.u-k Ov
foids mid Tun High Shoes, val
ue. J.'. Thurt-'d.i) s pi Ice
r-Jt 'J-i A haiulftil of sorts
lJl"y1 X, allll kinds now and
Cft ','yS niats all
(!?') sa Wj5 we ca S)aro spaco
1 -i f'' i l,1 I'-'Uioro.
av.'i.yni"- 'Hint's all
in 'K- 1 'I'l'cy stand lor all.
wJ-ZlkJS To-mono wV IMillin-
'cr) s.- cry day, yon Know.
The best 2".c Sallois
The usuil 7.1c Sallois hen
The lest 0-ic Sailors
The best SI Pi Sailors.
Tr milled Hals
- si ores of them C' "I A A
) and J150 kinds NJUy
Ihe JJ li, J! 1
11N Till! HAIUIAIN COUNTHItS
10O s.inw llnis Huts etc which hivo
1 h no
bein ri-, J.ic, ,iut. nnd ISc, in vvhlt.
in. I. K. mown and nav), to-morrow
jour choli e
At eveij turn tlioie are jnst tho
light broo.y tilings that tho sultry
days sot w onion thinking of. And
many a tiino for no nioru than tho
bare materials would cost.
At this season of the year 1 .lupin. u
Torch Illiiiil Is a gieal e otnfort 111 fc t,
linlispe usable- You will llnd this to b. tho
ease whin vou've use-tl tliem. Thi-v wi'l
exclude, the sun and heal, but not th, air -a
vei) great advantage over an ftwniiu.
l.et us adjust one to out porch an I -Joy
)oiirself a great deal for a ver) litilej
Mosquito Canopies In bar nnd net go ,! ,
all sl.iee, and from JI.I-". to J.', each.
Ilngllsh printed .Muslins for sumnie - fin.
nlshings. .'"-, Sic, and SilJ n )ard, with ti--lounes
You know wo tut and at Slip Cov. rs f ,r
furniture Now. wouldn't it be a 1.0.1
time to hnve jour furniture put In r. pur
and 11 upholstuicd during these siimm r
months It has been our experience in tic
past to have all the upholstery work
tould attend to after Sipttmher 1 an i tv
anticipate In iiij 111 u- -o this -eason llm,
evti. Ho If -1u1 fiirnliuie needs at l. nil n
let us tall, t( in nt. 1 our with )ou .11
OIli e hi lole th !itl-v s eson sets In
Cleaning up 11111, his lu-mcht 1 1 I cl t
s one -pi 11 '1 I Inr!!!.- 11 tin -, uphuUury
imi.i.i'.m:. miiiiiii'i i:vii:uv ,v 11.
teims I here of an) inu rest In the slid
uonio. 01 1..1111 i in .,,8 1 ,i or in siltl uoiltis
ol sui I wait i- woiks eoiiipuii) or an) right 1
ot sublimation muj iniciveiie in this suit
for the protection of his tu their inteiest
and the e-ouit 1I01I1 now re st rv e to Itself
all powti to make un) fui 1 lit r onbr or
01-leis that mi) her, alter be found nee
tssir) to iiinv this el. in Into full etfet t
ami as m i) bedteiuid unliable nnd just
(i.inllner l.itlnop. attaint') for the w 11. r
works eompauv, ilosed lht -l.ij's ugu
111, ills, ills tb f, use was along the same
bins as those I lid down b) tiorm-) IV iv
il in) lit- eloiibted the author!!) of He.
toillt to suhloipttc the piospeettve pu -chisels
of Hit bomls I 11 ihe holdeih of too
water woiks hi cm Hie s, ami even weni M
far ax 10 s.i) thai Kansas Citv was mo y t
of a sullhliiii population to maintain .111
issue of j.i.oKUiO'i of bonds.
MISS0UHI GRAND LODGE, K. P.
It Convene bi llleitntb Annual S-fcidnn at
st, iloiepl, Ultlt a large Nitniht r
of Del, gittt-i.
St. Joseph, Mo.. July il -(Special ) Tho
fit ri nth annual session of the grand lodge,
Knights of l)Hiias. begun here to.day and
will lontlntie for three dti)s. A largo num
ber of delegates are In attendance, H, J,
Cnrruthers, of St, I.ouls. Is grand chancel
lor, and J. A I'reeman, also of that city,
grand keeper of records and seals. Consld
1 rablu business will bo transacted at thU
contention, Including ,1 revision of the
constitution and laws of tho grand lodge.
Mavor Shepherd delivered an address ot
welcome 10 the visitors this morning, which
vv is follow ed by other addressis by of.
fleers of Hu lodge, Thursduy morning u,
grand paiade will take place und a pknlo
and barbiiue will be given at Corhj's
grove. The convintioii will close with an
rntertuliimvnt and public Installation of of
ficers at the hall Thursday niht.
'Hie New 1'iqmll.t SU-uiht-r,
Topeka. Kus July SJ. (Sptviul ) G'ov.
ernor -Morrill to-eluy appointed ex-Judge SI.
li. Nicholson, of Council drove, us tho
l'opullst member of the board ot inuuugcrs
of ihe Hutchinson reformatory. The com.
pleted bouid now stands; S. li. l'eters,
Hepiiblicau; T. J. O'Nell. Democrat. "
m. li. iiulchlnson. I'o.ulUU