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TT1K KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, AUGUST lo, 189ft
AN ADVOCATE OF PROGRESS,
itniti.ui tiit,i,it.M tMt(tt:4 Titr. Aittu
iio.n or A iMVi.Mi vi i:m.
J-.iy. Only Hir 1lrt Mnlrrl.it Minntil Mr
tfMl Monili-ii lllnrka mill U'lKiilrnfJU
Mdritiilli ntiil I'onr turbine;
Mmtil.l llo Aleiiiilnnetl.
No infth In the rlly Is lMIr known an
n Ivivnte of ftTW-tm nlrtrid putahlinhed
imtlflr hr1 mfe lino tlmn I.otwrt lill
! .im. An ft rlllwn nml a n cnRlwr of
i uhllliiJ rppntntlon lie Inw ten protnt
t nt In tmliltc inatifm tnrl buidhitxs enter.
ih-ph In th rity for irntny -nro. The
it.lf ytinii of tlio rlly. nm of thn brut
l-i the land, owe intirh of Its value to tils
n- Tin. The park mtv(mml n! the Ivmilc
nrd McfpMM owe much to lilrn. tr Im
imtp lnunlclpnl hinUprs ft study, both from
flip rUndpolht of cltlwh ilorlroim of the
pMHreim of the city and ft nn engineer
tvhort knowlfdite wa the ttantN for the
I- vnttnint of IhoiiKtnd of 1oltrt In pub.
iln i therefore fitted to talk of rminlcltMil
in.ittpr.i tut tun few men in the city nre.
nhd nnythlni. he hn to iy In re-nurd to
1 rr.rioi.eil public imiirovprwnt li certain
to bo MttiJ with Int'.rost by the many citl
z hs who know him.
Yt'nterdriy In talked with a rcprenentii
Iik of the Journal about the proposition
to pave the city (yotpmntlr-nlly, beginning
nt tho center of the btilnci district, lie
"It In gratifying lo know that an pffoM
Is being made to iwufe thi adoption of
i plnli that will Imitire uniform iHreet lin
provement from the IxiKtnera renter, ttd
e.trndlnu to the renldentlnl districts.
'Iiutlng tho last two yearn the board of
public work and the common council have
lone good work In oo-operatlntt with prop
itty owners In externUmr the paved street
.inn In our elty. and while there him lwn
mine variety In the charnrter of pave.
nirnts, the tendency with the city govern,
tuetit In tn adopt only the most durable
und desirable pavements.
"I cannot imagine a more desirable policy
than the one advocated by the .Tournnl
ursine a compreliennlve metliod for a thor
i iph and uniform system of street pave
"If the board of public work has the
poiver. certain streets covering (lie business
."ctionii of the crty could be selected, ami
the ehnrorter or the tiavoinent determined
fir each of these stieets. Including also
th" character of sidewalks and curbing;
then when the street" are Improved, they
should l Improved strictly In accordance
with the plan previously adopted by the
board of public works. The same method
would also apply to streets occupied by
"In determining the question of scwi rage,
districts nre laid olT and a plan adopted,
and worked to, when the sewers nre built.
I see no reason why the same principle
cannot 1J nppted to street Improvements.
"There Is nothing excepting parks and
boulevards th.it will contribute so much to
fie general Improvement of our city ns
uniformly paved streets, with uniformly
"The board of public works and the coun
cil will, I nm satistled, do all they can to
secure this result.
"Let us have no more rotten wooden
block pavements, no more wooden side
walks, except In the suburbs, where local
conditions may require them, no moro
streets where In one or more blocks wooden
pavement Is laid. In the next brick pave.
ment, followed by asphalt, which, In turn,
finally ends In macadam; no more curblngs
tlve Inches wide from rotten limestone,
which (lake off each winter until It Is dif
ficult to Ilnd where the curb lino Is; no moro
crazy quilt work In sidewalks,
"Permit only one kind of street Improve
ments from one end of n street to the other,
lay the best and most lasting street pave
ments, with the best and most desirable
nrblngs and sidewalks, hnvlng materials
of proper dimensions and most durable and
desirable In character.
"If these results can be secured, the city
will bo grentlv benefited and Improved."
THE BIG CAKEWALK TO-NIGHT.
Hoe" Itrmrn, the Cliuiiipliin of Chant
dims, Will WiilU fur .Money, lame and
'title lit Wiitliltm-tiiii Turk'.
Tho programme of the big free show nt
Washington park lo-nlght includes a con
cert by Professor Ienge's band, a special
performanco by the Dunhams, nml tho
great cuke walk, led by "Doc" Brown, tho
serenely Inlmltnblo champion. This Is the
At the pavilion.
March "Walton Holmes" (Phil S. Ttoso).
Overtuie "Barber of Seville" (Rossini).
Pas Mnlaux, arranged by Mill S. Bose.
Horizontal bar and trapeze performanco
by the Dunham famllv.
At the nmphltheater by the lake.
March "ItiiRlus on Parade" (Herman).
Selection "Notion" ((Sonee).
(Salop "Wild Bonr Hunt" (Weher).
(irand champion cako walk, led by "Doc"
Tho whole show Is free, and n't of the
seats are free. This Is the last week of
the Dunhams. Thousands have gono to
the iark every day for the Dunham show
iilnne. I'rofessor ltose'a selections for tho
oncert are Interesting.
The ship will be brilliantly Illuminated,
and tho throiur of cako Walkers will stand
out like an animated cartoon.
"Doc" Brown Is ono of Kansas City's
must grotesnuo and amusing characters,
iitid white everjono has heard of him,
many have not men his Eureuu champion,
1 f "Doc" did not take himself so seriously
he could make a, not of money by going
with a show. But no hurt a mission In life,
and that Is to be a black Chesterfield anil
show the rising generation how to walk
with what "Doc" considers the superlative
giaco of the old school.
THE WABASHJS ABSOLUTELY
'the fastest l.ln to New Vurk II Hours
nml 10 Minute.,
Any line that advertises less tlmo than
ahovo tries to deceive the public.
Bound tUp tickets on sale August 10
Sleeping car berths reserved.
Wabash ticket oltlce, northwest corner
Ninth and Delaware streets.
H. N. OAItLANP,
Western Passenger Agent,
uo.vvicti:ii or iioitiu:i;y.
Ivory Nnl'in Seiitonccd ' 'Mil for 1HI!
Il.ijs by duttlrw WHlirow.
Walter Van Ustes and Ivory Nolan were
triad yesterday In Jtlttlce WlthroW's cuurt
on n chargo of having robbed William
Van Martin, of Hlbley, Jto.. of a gold
watch. Tho evidence showed that Van
i:tes. was In no way connected with the
inhbery, and hu was discharged. Nolan
was found guilty ami given ISO days In the
county Jail. It wui charged that the watch
was found upon hint.
Stole l.aw Book.
W. H. Johnson was arrested yesterday
by Olllcer ilcTlguo, as he was bnriying
along Main nrn I, carrying un unusually
largo number of law books. Ho was taken
to pollen headquarters, where It was found
the bonks belonged to Attorney It. H Hcho.
Held, who luib an oiliev in the Masnai'lm
hftts bulldiiiK. It u.i- ihiiKed that John
ton had gom in .Mi S hnii Id's olllce and
tnken th- bonks mh'mih J .i.e He v.iis
later nir.iiitn d I lc '! "asc, and
given len . is In " "ii j.ul.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PbRFnCT MADL:.v
K pure Grape Cream of Tatlar Powder. Free
iom Ammonia, Alum or any other a Jullerant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD,.
TO RECOVER 910,000.
Inn Suit Tiled In the t'lrrnlt Court
Acslot the l:llti' of Ibn I. ale
olmiel II. .M. tulle.
1, 1 Wllllamsnn, of lndendPtiot snd
rrnnci. J, Miner, of Arm Afbor, Mich ,
fllul suits nKnint the estate of Colmtel II.
M. Vail in jh. ircult court yesterday, in
Which they e. K lo recover J.iWB mid JtS.OfO.
repectivcly. tine of Ihe suits fttTW out of
dealings in "ir route" ttmll eonttitcts. In
which both Vade ond Williamson were in
terested several years uro.
In 1M the men were felntly InlWettle! In
several mull mutes, and Vaile vn arretted
on a i harse of coniirlng to dsf Mint the
government, in Ihe petltiufi nM yesterday
Wllllnmon claims that he Went on Valle's
bond at the time, but to do It necessary
10 uiss.iive the prtMliersnip oetrtveen tnem.
Thl was done by Wllltamoh assigning to
Vatic all h! interest In the mall routes.
He aUo claims that he gave Vaile a "dum
my" note for $!l,30l.t., with the understand
ing that it was not lo lie collected. This
contract wn complied with by Vaile, but In
Wl he died and the note Is now in the
hands nf ,1ohn A. Sea, administrator, who
seek to collect upon It. Mr. Williamson
asks thai the note be delivered to hint. He
also states that he hits never received his
share of Ihe profits from the mail routes
since , and places the amount due at
2,(- With interest nhd the costs of the
Mr Miner's husband n .ilo Interested
in the mail routes, but the suit tiled ye
terdav grows out of a different matter.
She claims that In )SS Vnlle b-eame trus
tee for her Interest In the cattle firm of
Williamson, Itltur Co, Mr. Miner nt
les her interest amounted to otie-fourth,
and that while Vaile paid ber um nirsre
gatlhg lll.iw, there Is still l.'..i) due lier.
Criminal Cues llefore Hrueger.
Justice Krueger yesterday notllled Proe
rutlng Attorney Jamison that seven crim
inal eases would come up for hearing In his
court to-day. Mr. Jamlon did not say
whether or not he would permit one of his
assistants lo appear bofore Justice Krueger
and prosecute the eases. It Is thought,
however, that Ihe cases will be dismissed
and the charge against the defendants
brought before romp other Justice. The
cases are those of Trank Murray, Iklna
Iienard and Charles Caldwell, for nisatilt;
W. II. Arnold, for petit larceny; Nellie
Oreen, destruction of personal property;
Henry drear nnd James Taylor, felonious
More Clerk Hire Allowed.
The county court yesterday allowed Ihe
claims of Justices of the Pence Hawthorne.
Walls nnd Joyce for clerk hire, from June
21 to August 1, nnd Informed them that
their clerks would hereafter be paid by the
county nt the rate of Ji'.no per yenr. The
cWiltn of Justice Krueger for clerk hire was
denied. Justices Case and llliert were
given allowances for clerks Saturday, leav
ing only Justices Spitz and Withrow. Their
claims will probably be satisfactorily re
ported on to-day.
Ali I'crinW'doti to ile.
Tn the federal court yesterday nn nppllca
tlon wns Hied by Clarence S. Palmer, for
the city, asking for permission to stio
Hugh C Ward, receiver for the Mastln es
tate. In the proceedlncs that are to be
brought In the condemnation of Holmes
square, that the city expects to convert for
park purposes. The permission Was grant
ed by Judge Philips, nnd the receiver will
be Included In the suit that Is to bo Med
shortly In the circuit court.
New .'nit riled.
5lfiI5. John A. Blair vs. estate of Harvey
M, Vnlle, John A. Sen, administrator; ac
count. Ilillfl. Lambert P. Williamson vs. estate
of Harvey M. Vnlle, John A. Sea, admlnls-'
2IC17. Krancts J Miner vs. estate of Har
vey M. Vaile, John A. Sea, administrator;
Deputy Criminal Clerk K. H. Thomson Is
nt present busily engaged In Issuing sub
poenas for witnesses In the cases to come
up before the September term of tho crim
1-M S. Baker resigned his position ns
Janitor of the court house yesterday. Tho
resignation was accepted by the county
circuit Clerk Stonostreet submitted his
quarterly report to the county court yes
terday. The report shows that Ja.1!i5.S2
were collected at tho Kansas Cltv olllce,
und 5219.35 at the Independence olllce.
The county court granted saloon licenses
yesterday to C.eorge K. Bell, 530 Grand
avenue; S. Upsltz & Co.,1101 Liberty street;
Babtiso .t Schuster, 1720 West Ninth street;
James 1. Ullwell, li West Ninth street.
The hearing of the Andrews divorce case
ended yesterday. The evidence was con
cluded Tuesday and yesterday was taken
up by Attorneys J. McD. Trimble nnd J.
. C. Karnes In making their arguments.
Special Judge Tensdale took the case under
advisement. He will give a decision at an
-i:vsi"Ai'i:i. jicv ox an oiitinc.
"pedal Correspondent of the Cincinnati
i:niiiircr V!lt Kaiia, city,
A rather novel party of excursionists
passed through Kansas City yesterday
morning, nnd remained long enough to
tako breakfast at the Coates House nnd
take a long distance view of the city In n
drizzle. The party wiw composed of the
special correspondents of the Cincinnati
Unqiiirer, and the wives and sweethearts
of some of them. These correspondents
take annual outings at the expense of tho
newspaper they represent, and are now
enjoying the seventh event of this kind.
Collectively, they are known as the Cln.
elnnati Knqulrer Household Club. Some
23.1 took breakfast at the Coates House, but
the whole party numbered 24S.
Preparations hud been made by some lo
cal people lo show the visitors some atten
tion during their several hours' stay, but
the rain prevented the drives and street
car rides proposed. The famous Weber
band, of Cincinnati, accompanied the ex
cursionists, nnd gave un Impromptu con
cert in the hotel lobby. The trip includes
stops at Colorado Springs, Manllou, Cllen.
wood Springs and Denver, returning via
Omaha and Chicago.
Ho Was Very l'rnud of tho I'oet 'I bat lie
"Alino-t "eitiiroil nil Acquittal."
Terrance O'Brien, living at the corner of
Second and Holmes streets, was In Justice
Hawthorne's court yesterday, charged with
having disturbed the peace of Mrs. Jane
Fish, his next door neighbor. O'Brien was
without the services of an attorney, and he
conducted the cross-examination of the
stateV Witnesses, us well as his own. Mr.
tVBrlen proved hlmelf an adept in the line
of work ho felt compelled to assume, and,
ar. he expressed it, "almost secured an ac
quittal." During the trial, it i. said, he had
court adjourned long enough for him to
step down and empty a couple of "steins,"
and have them charged to the account of
the tardy lawyer who refused to conduct
his case when he found there was no money
In it for him. air, O'Brien, In the examina
tion of the many witnesses, recalled events
as far removed as 1S7S, but fuljed to con
vince the court that he was innocent of the
charge of which he wm bi Ing tried. He
was fined II and costs and wan sent to Jail
because he could not pay It.
OI.l! O. IIIIAN'.S DIIATll.
Ciinmer's Jury 1'oniid 'I bat It Was Due to
HI (Inn ritridi'm.
Tho coroner's Inquest yesterday afternoon
on the remain.-, of OIo O. Bean, the Kansas
City, Pltuburs A Oulf railway section fore,
man. who w.ib .truck by an Air Hue train
at the crescent station on Tuesday morning
and alttut intuntly killed, resulted In a
v vdl.'t of death by his own carelessness,
h -n's funeral took plato from his home on
Soi h Pleasant Mr' 't, Independence, jvs
lei, v alteinoon. He leaves a Wife and
tlve little ihiilron. He uus SO years of
nn- and lia I In en in the employ of the
(J 'ilf luad seveial years.
Mine, l.inen and i:)cglaiic4 Among the
1'ropcrtle Curried ,ui.
Thiee small robbetles were r ported to
the p.ilnu yisu-rdu). W. Hanson, of CH
Walnut street, hud ihrey puirs of sho s
fctoldi I roll) his shoe shoii. Two palis of
the stolen shus were le. overd. U all's
laundry, at Thirteenth and lirai.d avenue,
was brok' n into Tuesday night and two
bundles uf I iicn ere taken l: Waters,
living at 430 Pujiiar sii. t. ivi.,hi, i that a
tweak thlof entered hi. hum.- esteiday
forenoon and robbed it of a p.i.r of gold
Cniniiiltll il to the Work home
Louis Hen.ler.oi, .,f No. 1 It t Hast Kiev
enth street. a arraigned In the police
i onrt yesterduj on th. charge of assault,
log hi. wife at th. ir liom.- Tu .-lay night
police Judge Jones lln. lum J7. Hender
son was unable to pay the fine and 'Was
committed to the cliy uorJiliouse.
A REMARKABLE CURE,
A cAsi: or n.. i:s tic ru.itTi.i.s
Cnred by the Pyramid I'lleCnte.
Ther nre plenty of plls cures which
give relief and sometlnftw cure a mild
rae of piles, but there Is tlnlr one which
can l depended upon with certainty to
cure obstinate, long stntnllng ra's, and
that Is the Pyramid Me Cure.
Indorsements nnd tellmoti!nl are re
ceived dally from tttsn nnd women whoso
Integrity nnd reliability tire above ques
tion, and In this connection ft letter re
ceived from the Itev, Jnmes 11. Wesbrook,
of Bowue, Mich., may l of interest to
pile sulTerer who have fought In vain
for a cure. He says!
I have used the Pyramid Pile Cure and
I know that It Is all that Is claimed for
It. I had been troubled with piles more
or lss for about eighteen year" mil I
had tried other remedies, but Mm pile
grew worse until aliout ten month" ii
I used the Pyramid Pile Cure. It g.u
nlmot Itntnnt relief nnd 1 have bei n rt e
from piles ever since, Bev. Jatn 11
The remedy seems to act equallv w- II
In evety rorm of plies, blind, bleeding,
protruding or Itching. It slop all p.un
almost Immediately, allays irritation and
lemoves contlritlon, nnd tinoim who
has suffered the annoyance nhd Pniti of
a rectal trouble will appreciate tli" 'X
cellenl results which Invariably follow the
llr! application or llm Pyramid.
The pyramid Pile Cure la prepared by
the l'yt.imld Drug Cotnpnny, of Albion.
.Mich., and for sale bv druggists i very
where. Two slues, f0 rents nnd it. Sold bv nil
ONE WOUNDED ANYONE DEAD.
'I he Mctllrl llrnther lctlm of a l'our-
Cbaraeter lluel In Oklahoma drought
ti the City Veterdii.
A Missouri Pacific passenger train yes
terday fotetioon brought to this city the
body of Jim McCdrl, who was shot nnd
killed nt Nowata. I. T.. last Monday while
he and his brother. Bud. were lighting a
iluel Willi the Walker brothers over the
disputed ownership of nn Oklahoma claim.
Bud McOIrl, who was also wounded In tho
tight, accompanied the body of bis brother.
When the t'nlon depot was reached. Bud
was taken In a carriage to the home of
his mother at Tracy avenue and Paclllc
street. Yesterday afternoon be was re
inovi"l to the Sisters' hospital, on Petin
street, for tteatmetit. The bullet received
in his hody nt the tltno of the fight lias
not yet been extracted. Inquiry nt the
hospital at a lat hour last night found
htm resting easily, and his recovery is
The body of Jim MrGIrl wns tnken to
Lexington, Mo., where the funeral was
held yesterday forenoon. Mr. Mnilrl, cx
iiolicemnn Churle McOIrl, a brother, and
.Nits. Fisher, a sister, accompanied the
body, while Mrs. McCJIrl, tho mother of
the young men, remained hero to care for
her Injuied son.
,11m and Hud McOIrl were well known In
this elty, where they lived for many years.
At one tlmn Jim was a member of the
Kansas City tire department. The feud
between the two younc; men and the Walk
er In others was of several years' standing.
Ni:V ItlliK IN II IIOI7 K
Without Change of Cor. Via MU.niiri Pa
clllc and I'ctin)lv!inl.i Line..
Do you want to visit your friends in the
Hast? The last opportunity this summer
to do so on cheap excursion rates will be
from Augu-t 19 to 21, leaving Kansas Clt.
and returning by October G.
On August 1!) nnd 22, through sleeping
cars will be run to New York via the fa
mous FAST MAIL HOUTK. leaving Kan
sas City at 1 p. m. via tho MISSOFItl PA
CIFIC BA1LWAV. and arriving In New
York In forty-one hours. There is no gin ss
work about this, as It is done every din
In tho vear. The "New York limited," via
Missouri Paclllc and Pennsylvania lines,
holds the record for the quickest. Pest,
most reliable, and hence the most popular
route, to the Last.
Beserve your berths now and secure Mm
best. For tickets, tates, and all Informa
tion In regard to "the way to get there,"
call at IMS Union avenue or sno Main
street. L S. JJiWHTT, Agent.
C.KAN1) i:CllltMON 'It) ItOMIIN
Vl.i. Suiita Co Knntc,
Fare for the round trip, Kansas City to
Boston, SliO and ?), with slight additional
charge for returning different route. Tick
ets on sale August 19 to 21, inclusive.
Special train through to Boston, consisting
of vestlbuled Pullman sleepers and 'lin
ing cars, will leave Kansas City ia Siint.v
Fe route Thursday, August 22. making
stop of n few hours at Chicago. Nlagaia
Falls, Toronto nnd Kingston, where pas
sengers can take steamer down St. Law
rence river nnd meet train nt Monti.. il.
thence to Hoston. Sleplng car berths cun
now be secured.
For nrhlllional Information call nt Santa
Fe route ticket otllces, northeast coin, r
Tenth and Main streets, or 1050 t'nlon a
enue. OF.O. W. HAOBNBCCH.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Heaths and Piuicrat.
Frank Nelson, Jr., a 3-months-oH . Int.!
of Frank Nelson, of Ninth and .1. ffoi-.n
streets, died yesterday. The funeral un
ices will be held at 2 o'clock this ait.-r.
noon, and the burial will be In Union me
Tho funeral of Miss Elizabeth Basiil,
who died at the Oermau hospital on Mon
day, aged 2G ears, was held at H o'clock
yesterday morning nt Bts. Peter and Paul
church. The btirlul was In the iluii.h
The tuneral of Fred Ackertnan. the
driver for the Looso Bros. Cracker Com
pany, who died at the Oermau hospital on
Tuesday from Injuries from a fall Horn
the roof of the Kansas City Transfer i-om-pany's
barn at Fourth stteet and Hio.id
way, Sunday afternoon, took plac.- .s
terduy afternoon at .'I o'clock at Wagi.it 's
chapel. The burial was In Hlmwood c. m. -tery.
Ackermau was 32 years of age. ai !
leaves n family.
The funeral of Martin Halloran. uln
died at the home of his sister. No. lvi Sum
mit street, on Monday, took place .si...
day morning at the Cathedral nt 9 o'd. .. k
The services were held under the auspi . s
of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, ..
which he was a member. The burial .i
ill Mount St. Mary's cemetery, ll.iilmun
wus 20 years at age.
Ki'neat Oliiiiyhlll, un Infant child of
Oeorge Chuichlll. of No. ,1nT Olllis miim,
was buried yesterday In Forest Hill mm -tery.
Jlrs. Charlotte T, Wilson, of Nn i ,m
Lydla avenue, died yesterday afternoon ut
1 o'clock at All Saints' hospital, win iv she
bad been undergoing treatment for two
weeks past. She had been serlouslv 111
for eight weeks She was 51 years ot agi-.
Tho icmalns will be taken to Onngii. Kns.,
this morning for burial. Mrs. Wilson
leaves two children, A. M. Wilson and
Miss Nora Wilson, both of this city.
Now Is the Time,
Very low rntes to the Iowa nnd Min
nesota summer resorts vl.i the Chii.iun
a rent Western Maple Leaf route. New
and elegantly furnished Pullman and din
ing cars attached to nil trains. Meals
served on the cafe plan. Trains leave Or.mi
Central depot, Second and Wandon,
streets, 10 a. in., '.' p. 111. Ticket oltii e lulsi .
Union avenue. For further information
address a W. LINCOLN T. p. A
220 l.xchange Building, Kims. is City.
,, , , '' il "..
q. V. and T- A., Chleugu, ju.
For Iviilghls Templar,
Low rate excursion to Boston via Nl-kel
Plate road. Tlcki ts on sale August 11) to
25 inclusive. Lowest rates; through trains;
(wince sleeping cars; unexcelled service
Including dining cur and colored porters
in charge of day coaches. For particulars
address J. V. C.ilahau, general agent, ill
Adam street, Cbluauo, 111.
lci Mon ICc.crtcdi
The preliminary examination of W J
S. hillu. ih.iigii with having stabbe.i
Oliurlc N.ileii. of No 1IG0 Libeny str-n
was h II in .lii-iii. Joyce's court yistcrday
.rw-r hearing ilu- i vldem-a the cjurt with,
held bis de. -i.n until Friday owing to tli
fjet that Nob a is said to bo quite feeble
'' -rl-n rtinr
2 It in nutttr of v.st Importinte ts mothtrs.
V The manuftur.r cf the MAIL IIOWIIHN
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whLh&hoLUtelnevrryh&me. AJJrciS. NEW J-S
fl' VORK CONDENSED MILK CO., 71 Hudson fi
Jg Sucet, New York. ' S
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NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!
Wc will exchange your Gasoline Stoves for Gas Stoves
on very liberal terms.
If your house is on the line of our mains, but not con
nected, we will run pipe into the house and connect stove with
out additional charge.
Get in your orders at once.
Kansas City Oas Light & Coke Co.
N. 13. Corner Ninth and Central.
Fair mount Park
KANSAS CITY, AlO.,
52,500,00 in Prizes, -
PIRST DAY -ALK1UST 30.
One Mllo Novice lla. ",
one .Mile Open. r'lj.s II.
one-hulf Mill fip'ii, flas A.
Two .Mile Handicap, Cla-n It.
one Mile, 2:35 Chum, Clasi A.
One .Mile Tandem ltnce. Clas 13.
Two Mile Team I'ace, Class A.
(Three rkb r, to a teani.l
one Mile, 2:2:. Class, Class 33.
one Mile Open. Ca- A.
Two Mile Lap lla. e. Cl.i II.
Three Mile Hanoi. ,ip. Clis A.
nn. Mile Oper.. Cla.-- A
full p.trtlciihit, prniriiiiiiuei Cinc
nml entry Plant., uililre.i II13
Ilntlre new bill tbK w 1 it. livery ovcnlns
at S.S0. .Matinees Thurs-iay and Saturday
7-J!Kr SPKC1.U,TY TUI!.NS-7.
Admission 25c; r- -.irved eents. 50o, at
J.iet a Ms'.
Air Line trains, 4 -n i. "5. C-OO, G.23, 7 15,
7 :,."i 7 Ml. S'ft.". S:3rt 'i
t-.lCK.int 'life, an i.n.ert Ourlnc meals.
' ne . wimtninj. 41 o-i r Irlsh-Amerlcnn
p" lie AllRIIKt 13.
H Madam Marantette.
Mill lo nt tlin
Fancy Horse Show)
TlIEtsOCII'.TV J v I- NTOI'TIIKSIiASONi
Tor Catalogue aUdress
I It M It. WII.COX,
fceentli unit AV-tiiiilntt.i t.
KANSAS CITY JOCKEY CLUB.
FIVE OR MOREJACES DAILY,
ArltulBHlon SO Conls Lndlos Froo
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, :s89,
fi"0 THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AVAFiD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS.
5ay To Your Laundress
" "fUtt. Ill)' I'll: II s'i' i-l 1
Kiiigsford's Oswego Starch,"
You'll like tho result und dio'll oe no other I.niiinlro'" tho iierfcct
ii '1 inn- March. T- ilier 1 xn unit brands nri ICI,i(;riril'i Silver
(.In" t I'nre." Y 1. resiirntu be satislie.1 wltli any uf them, nnd with
KinjjMurtt'n umvckii iiru Stiiril, f or puddings, uustards, blancmause, tic.
FOR SALE BY ALL FIRST CLASS DEALERS.
tlonol 11 famiiinl-reiicli
M 'Ml XL ,iV
I v Xjy'
I BEFORE and AFTER
tf'ITI.flkll VI' uLi'mrthi'ilniinit ri itnreiiiiiinll
TI10 reauii u 'i ren nre not rurnt liy Dcclnrs It lircuusii ninety per rent are troubled wllh
l'rotti.tlil.. rt Pllii:Ci:iHtliennly knoivn remeily in cure without an operation, niieiiijmnnl.
aK A wrIii"ui.-ii.ri.iiteiiKiveii and rniiney returned Ifrii Imien itocs not etlvvt u lieruiauuutmte.
Jljrt.i lnu.su f..r '. 11, by mall, hend (or ruKUrlrculurund lestlruoiiliiK
Adki'i J1 I'll I. St KIJI V.l f. o u O. lox 33T6, San l'raticlsco, Cab
Tor Fnle by II. C!. Arnold. Cth and Main 8t.. Kansas City. Mo.
nffithpr;iop I nmher Cnmn;inv I
1 UftTH, SHINGLES, SflSH, DOORS AND BLINDS
gWniTE"-'" YELLOW PINE. I
11. w, IVOOIMV.vItU.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
ni'.ALURS IN I-AINT5, OILS AND Ol.ASS.
1206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Noar Union Depot), Kansas City, Mo.
J. H.TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
Oak, Atli. (Juin, Cherry. Waluut, I'oplur, Illikory, llutteruut,
lied Ceil.u, -luhosauy, Itr.t Wood, ouurlrr buivail Ited uud Wlilto Oalf,
I'oplur fcquures, Wu-uu block, ll.ilu.ur uud Newel Stock.
Yard uud OUlc,
Meet t . . .
AUGUST 30 and 31.
$300,00 Gold Brick Event,
SI-COND DAY AUflUST ,11.
13. Two .Mile Lap Unco, Cln? 11.
34. one .Mile Handicap. Class A.
15. one Mil.- Cold Ilrick Invitation.
3R. Hoys tunder 1H years), half mile, open.
37. One Mile Open. Class II.
1?. Two Mile Lap Itace. Class A.
IS. Three Mile Handicap, Class .
2". one Mile Tandem Itace. Class A.
21. Two Mil. Team lln.'e, Clas 13.
fThr.e rl lers to a team )
22 Two Mdc Handicap. Cla;...- A,
-.1 Consoi.iuon 3!a.:e, Class A.
. Schmelzcr, c'i;.'-,,,,,, street.
l z&& a
Jolly JOE CAWTHORN
null lilt HIk Comedy Co.
A FOOL FOR LOOK!
Sunday Xlijlit, Auc. 18,
CLUAll-NT IlAINHRIIKil-'S CO,
MIAI'S OX SAI.IJ
TO.IDjA.-V - TO-DA.'V
At tli). Itm Otitic fur
CHAS. FROHMAN'S ,;T,l',::,:;:,trr
SOWINC THE WIND Wediievtny.
I'reel Afternnoii and H'ening l'ree
I'rect On Milplniaril. 1'reet
Grand Concert by Washington Park Mili
tary Hand Great Cako Walk Contested
by Doc Brown and others.
Aftrrnoou nml riiln
SVIasud and EViarba,
llueeli of tho Wire.
for purity and for improvement of tho com
plcxiou nothing equals I'ozzo.vi's Powdeu.
51.00 a year by mall.
iliyalcluii. will quickly cute yuunl all lier-
1.1.1 in ur.rt i.-.t v m i-ui.-.i.ii. v urKUlib, BHCU III I.1I1 Jirilinoijll,
Iii jmiila.l'iiliishithuJl.ict.t-iiiiliiul i;iiil3"luiis,Nervniii Dt-blllty.
J'iniplea, VnliliieiM lo Jdarry, l.xliaustluK Drains, Vnrlroi-ele unit
Cod -inatlon. Itctop nil Ioim-s byil.iy nr night I'if-veiita nulrlj.
ni si of discharge, which if nut clieekeil ipiuls tn Hperinatnrrttfrii and
nlliliehurrnrHiif Impotency, T,'II: i:cltan;.3llllvcr, tlio
Kiilneviind tli 11 lirinarv (iruaim ot nil iinnuritle.
I Telephone 22
J, V, IIOl.TO.V.
Dr. DaLap's ."RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
IS SAI'i: AMI ALWAYS Itl'.l.lAIII.l-
Far Utter than Tansy or I'ennyroyal Fills and all alrallar raedl-cln-s.
tuecttfuUy u4 In thousand- ot cases It 15 "iiuJ'i.
liuiranlud. tsenl promutly (sealtd) on ricrlpt of 11.00. Avolu fall,
lire und dlsappoimiumt. 1'repared by Old Dr. DeLap, of I'arla.
Trance. poclal st In femaU cojoplalats: 30 year.1 practlca. hwltal
and om.-et l'or sale by JOHNSON lillOS, PruaBtsU, 1107 Mala
BU, Kansas City, Ma Solo Western Ageuu
uansas uiiv, aiissouni.
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iff tt&tf't t'i IMM
W'" R"1W. " " Ur.T--d rrr-TWF
SS5Bf5iSS'eK5CiSlr r V .. . ...'. utf j
&W.i-taAM'!iClC'?'ir;.wttE.l,r.. -i.. . .- j'j.
fur- nr-c-T- c T 1 pprco ct 1 1 1
THE ONLY SELECT
l-cir CnKilociic and r AI C
WVy I .
Kcopcucii .s.it. ,. mil.-., r-3 n trsnv OrfTll G E?tnE? 1 "it vot-Mi tvi)ii:s.
t'niiri.i.-il luillltli'.. CEBt.lLj Vi. J L. rU C. 5Jt . , Clinton. Henry fit., .Mi.'
rilAKAC'Tt:l CLrlatlau, urscrtarl.iu. lloli;-Hcst (laillpVlcntlceebttlldlnelnMlasotirli
jteain heat, R.iPlluht (tbc ' i.notts Wnlibacli rltctrlc burner). rlrantly funililicd: twutiuplNto n
roouu iiiiti.trulUlcil health rccm-d; hest foclal und moral lit!lucncct lire cscapi-s: artcAlun
water; boi nnd cold batlii: spletniid cuisine, beautiful lawin. .'('IIOOI, Ttiorouuli fliatrucilont
cultured and con-mentions l.n ulty. all extras uuirhtbv teaclier.i trained by first masters or Ainvr
ira ana Europe! anii.iratus. bijr.iry etc lilX'Oltli- I-'ouniled IK5 (tiijcur):attumlaticc, l.niiii)
Iwarderx, J ,ixmi; ,,-i states and territories roproki'iitedi lninuslc. art. elopiillon and latutuafies over
.'MMinuninc- enrolled-, 1 'Jftcradtiates from lOstates and territories; niiHili tlieiu I 'A I'ltl-.NAlli:
- rroniboat families, both resident nnd abroad, COT-Conifort and .-ulvautar;es considered, tlio
cli.'iiM't in tiu West. To convlncoyoursell of tin- merits of-Ilulid Ciillri;.- adiltess, for beauti
fully Illustrated llccnde, EC. T. BAIRD, tienenil .lliuiiiKcr.
LETTERS, AUSIC, ART, ELOCUTION
and PHYSICAL CULTURE.
roit CATAi.onri:, adim:i:ss
A 1'resbyterian HOME SCHOOL for Young Ladles.
l-".iculty nil Spcclallsis. lllecaut locality. Moileru ati
poiutmeuts. ."lustc. Art, Ktouutlnii, I'liyslrnl Cult.
uru. umn year opens sept, a i-or jiiusiraica uai-a-loguo
Rov. T. P. Walton, Box 92C, LcxitiRton, Nlo.
t vTN T X Tk T TT.ZS jVLXjI TVi
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Tllli IIM.Y M 1,KIT
For Catalojc'io nml tonus ;iitilrc.s Ceil. 1
,,-afc Wentworth Military Academy,
?' A' . W-f-.' ni.lr. nvllllO... Cnlinnl i .". IlT IcCOl irl
t-4 rr jCJ-i 7f?1
ff& h-??' V'A CATAI.OOIT.S i:.NT (IS lSWJUM'. Aildress
-Wrff;: SANDFORD SELLERS, M. A Supt.,
ltA.Ms.lS C1TV, ailanuurl.
WESTERH SASH MD DOOR COIFli;
Corner Ninoteoiilh and Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, 3Io.
ii tows ori'iui: -iiinsx 111:11.01x0.
I I). V
1 1). V ltiKGKK, President,
UUII.1.1UIB1 1 iii-NUY o ivu.Mi'rVlcol'res't.
Forcisru Drafts Issued on
HARDBW COLLEGE and
AXJloiir.IE. r.il. 1 l if.
1M tl..tu... ... ,,. ,n Il I' lltftiC
'rrTl!i t - ' 'f -lie famoi HtI1h t iim.r?ulr . tourl IMutiltl i '- Kuu-irur. Kosai
-I Jjfei:fi"rarj I'nuilmi l'rHfi'or. Uiri. (ur ueuttil h lVuffimurii (r in (h U a . n .v , ,,tte ,
11 . Hl'i: Pel r. 1 .1. .1.. .. :..nir.....i kii.nin.-iff .1 . r i. r M ....... .
ininKJ 'P-il-i . l.t-lnilii. llrrllu. tiuUingfii.
j-ttB'! JZC IB llMfJ I"rillll lT'Ml'--ur, -".
c pupil. 1
a t lic-t ink.tc nut'il.
Un iveisity of the State oi" Missouii.
llns lU-partmentn of Lansuaeo, Sclnnce,
IlUtory. llronumli-B, I')illoupliy.I'uiI.ii3i!'y,
Iiv. Mt-iUcim-, IJiiKinoi rlns (civil, flu-trl-cnl,
nuohanlcalj, Aftrleulttire, Ilortlcult
uif, UntuiiioluKy, A etiTlnnry Sclcncu anil
Jluohnnlo Arts-r-nll lit Colnnililit, Jin, In-Btinic-tlini
Is KtVfrU In Jlllltnry Tactic, alio,
ami in Sti'iiuraihy ami Jiuslnesii I'oniiH,
New Kyinnubluin for men ninl nniuh. r
for wonii-n, with hath tulis anil lino tqulii.
int-nt. iieai ntliUuc KruumlK in the ttatc-,
Thu director of tho (rynmuMum Is un atli
lc-ti- ami a, doctor of im-illclne.
AH Ui'iiartinentii opi-n to women. Foes
small. (MmpuB contain 1 utillilinx-, sup.
Iilltd with water, sttain lu-at ami elec
tricity. New Krt-t-nhoiiap ami laboratory of
liortlcnltiiru, liotany nml intomnlosy. New
laborutorleK for physiology. liacterloloKy
nr.d patholofcry in llm mtslUul depart tUnt.
Kiinlpment. for n.-lentlllo and tc-cltnlcal
woils nil now. Fifty-nlni professors nml
liiitnictors In the whole niilvi'rity, IJx
amlnatlons for entrance bt-uln at C'olum
bla Kiiiteinber fl, UO'i.
For cadetshlp apply to your Benntor or
For catalogue, address J, W. Slonsep,
Tho Hehool of Jllnes nnl MetullurBy. at
Holla, U a department of tho university.
First in l:(iiipiiiLMit,
First in Scholarship,
First in the Hearts of
r... 1 AU'IS. LAW. 1'IIAltJlACV,
r6eS. LJ iiM. Ainsiiiiii
Kansas State University,
('ittiiluKiit) l-'ri-c. l.AWItllMii:.
Term Qpcm Spt. II, '3j. I'. J. hnoiv, C'haa
FEMALE ACADEMY 61
High itrada ta-llb und CJ u.lcnl bcliool. Literary, Hu
li-, i r t ('aurwu. Ccrtlllca admlu to Wiile.ly. bailtu
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1 MILITARY SCHOOL
T DI CCC Superintendent
TV . HJi-.Lvl-.7, flitcotl, illo.
I - . tw
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irjil WKKWJJi'lril rt -
l6tt f ii E irS0
EMPER FAMILY SCHOOL !MyL-
A tlrst-class Military and Homo School. Mud year boslns Sept
IS, TliorotiKh preparation for Colleen and liuslne. "MotlioN
M't-fectly mliipted to .Mural, Jlcntnl nnd I'liyslrnl liiiprnrrnu'iit."
Oeu. James lliirdluir, Jcilerson City. .Mo. "The prouress nf my sou
Is ent'ollent. Your school iill'ords the best tr;iinlii!r.".-lton. urecu
.Mccurtain, Sans Hols, lud. Ter. l-'or Illustrated Cataloguu aud
full Information address
T. A. JOHNSTON, A. M., Principal.
ARCHIBALD A. JONES, Pres't, Lexington, Mo.
I MIL1TAUY SCHOOL
) mi. wui.l.
"V. UI.i:i:S, Supcrlntclldont, fncon. Mn.
UT. LOUIS, Missouri. iViLlllTA. Kansas.
New York Life Building.
It. I). COVlNQTOif, Cashier. U A. MC'KllltlEM.
1' II KlIMl'. IL J. llUi-KB, a. S. SKUAX4
All Parts of tlio Old World.
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im irur. Tri runrri.j. rir j, in in jt!
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Multiruri n . cf i.i fn y m
rtiuut lu viitueto lh e u tai Itcrlln, A tl,OtU lrliu
- nJov.n.ent inlLe& Iom rates, 1 -,t .a!jlok.u aJ It -
i.nJov.aient mikes iom raies, i -,t .a!joL.u
3UlI3tZCO, SIIMSOUliX. 1
THE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE,
A felect heme FChool for girls and younit
ladle; number of boarders limited and all
modern conveniences. Fleven teacher ami
oUiceie. For catalogue address
GUO. Fltl-JlJlimc Al'ltKS. I'rea.
"-"- lNrl-:i'i;N'n.VCi:, MO., n"ar Kan- is
lly-- ltl' ""' of ii'Ci .-, hi auuiiil
'' Uf)Tw?or loeanon. w.th in it
Ji A . ...-AUUUUItl. llll- 111
liiimi- .i . i-.i ii t i t't-w
, t-VllcKiitf, Mum ''ami Art
11i.nnrtni.niH Ail.li-i 1.M1
I lli:0. S. IlUVA.Vr, Prrwlct.
'Academy, Qambier, O.
! 7Snd yeur. This old and rcnutkably succewful
schoul provide thorouiih ptpurutlnii for colltiro
nr bunlnvtn, und careful .upervisiou uf henllli.
haMt und manner.. ItH much tlio ulilebt, laruest
mid bent equipped buaulluic school fur boy In
,'.f!!.j'..';".!".'f.'u,.'u i'.i'-tuii m ,;;
V"("'",UI ,b',-iei;.,Ocliau,Hl'iicli,il",., Mu
Ml. AdJiu. ai ,'. Uiaklll., l'rl.',l,;5il;iu.
and Hardware Co,
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HE ! VI KS roil CIIAUTKK UAUH.r
va. .- ilv..iia
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