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nil': KANAtf (JrrY journal. sATnuuv. aiwnthi, laiw.
A COMMENDABLE SPIRIT,
I'AssKit nv Tin: i.oui.u nttim:.
iipntindtrl lough' Apollc itlnn (urn 'nliiry
Urnntpd Cnmirlliiitiii Otrtn I'linrgnl
Tint lln Mil I trine Inipntrd
I'ron by t'lty Olllrl.ill.
Fcvcn members of the lower hone of
Iho city council vvete present nt the meet
Int; list evening for .in hour, but they
dirt plenty ot work In Hint lime. They paid
considerable Attention to paving rtnd parks
nnd In that tnnnner advancing the Inter
est of the cllj,
The ordinance opening nnd establishing
, he at boulevard, from the entern ter-
dnus ot Independetire boulevard mid Wnl
rond avenue south on Wnlrond to rifteenth
street) thence south on Kansas avenue,
and Chestnut street to the city limits,
passed the lower house.
The ordinance to open and estnblleh West
Terrace park passed the loner house.
The resolution of the park board to open
Independence boulevard on Independence,
hvenue, from Woodland avenue, wot to
IijkltiRto' avenue, thehco south to Hlxlh
street, widening Sixth street to 100 feet
to Grove, thence south on Orove to Ninth,
widening Orove to 100 feet, so as to con
nect with the "pasco," wa9 received and
. The resolution of the park commissioners
to open nnd establish the "paeeo" from
Mr.th street, south to a point between
Seventeenth nnd Ulnliteenth streets, lnkln
the property cipial to one-half block In
depth between drove and Dora nveiiues,
"nklng a pirkwny ;iu feet wide, liielud
, ' Urovo and 1 lor.t avenues, wns re
eved and llled and will ink- Its tegular
course. This paeo vlll be an Improve
ment llko the Drexel boulevard In Chicago
nd Il.ttuu place In lialtlmoie.
raving wits oidereil by resolution or ord
'n.itico in many places In the city, where
badly needed In many places the por
tions paved connect paved portions and
will be doubly Miluahle.
raving vvn ordered on Tracy, from riC
nth to Seventeenth street, Chulotle,
dm Twelfth to Sixteenth; ll.trrl'on, from
wclfth to Sixteenth, l'lftocnth, from
tVoodlnnd to It) limits; Nineteenth, from
Main to Olive, roiirtoenth. from Wood
land to Prospect; Hobcrts, from Walrond
to Hales; teilrllolil, from Ninth to Twelfth.
'die public Improvements eommltteo it
orted an ordinance authorizing the Jan
itor of the city hnll to uuploy nn nslst
ant lit $10 per month, Coiinellmcn Kldwell
nnd Olson refused to consent- to a suspen
sion of the rules on the ordinance and It
vent to the tin mcu romntlllto.
Dr. dough, the city Impounder, 1ms a
grlevnnu' and It conic out In the dlscus
."lon of an oidln.inLC in, iking him a sal
mled olllelal at V ptr month and fees,
during thu discussion Coimellman Olson
ik occasion to say that certain city of-
,a. s hail Imposed on the city Impounder
'cry greatly during the p 1st ear Tho
it pounder lias d putl"s who e paid .i
e i'or every animal they bring In. It
ie cow- or hoist: or doc chaucis to be
;nir to some cltv olllelal or to some rela
tive or friend uf n cits olllelal, the owner
Is suld to come down to the pound armed
with a llrm but oolite leanest from the
city ofllehtl for the Immediate release of
the animal without cost. Tills leaves the
impounder out ot pocket, for he his ai
re, ulv paid tho deput tho lee lor making
the catch. In tills wax his compensation
during the past car has been diminished
so that , Is les than W) per mouth.
This was something to which Council
man Olson objected and ' ouiicilm.in Drown
also made a vigorous ,iotest and asked
that tho Impounder glvm piotcction.
Impounder (Jlough h u r port on hand
showing that during the past etr the
max oi and city oillclals had made 21 1 such
requests nnd had, 111 so doing, diminished
hl sal try that number of doll.us.
'low many ot vou "Vdlows have been in
on that, nil way?" on .ed Spt.iker Sinner.
"1 have hud nothing out of it, and knew
nothing of it." Ineie was a general
laugh, but no confessions
Councilman Jirown attacked the entire
line of policy in thu pound. Jle referred
to the tr mner of handling It in Kansas
City, Kas , wheio the unlicensed dogs
caught cannot be ransomed, but art- killed
nml the owucib lined. It bad increased
the number of dog licenses, from 3'J7 to
"If any city ofilclnl has been Imposing on
the city Impounder, as is oh.nged here,
, V" il,,,r done wrong," said Councilman
31, "Let's- pnss this ordinance as it
comes to us, and then the public Improve
ments, committee will follow It with a mens,
lire calculated to prevent more imposi
tion." "But eucIi a note or request fiom n cits'
ofllclal doesn't foice him to give up the
animal," said Councilman l'cudergast.
"Well, If the member from the Sicond
xxnrd was solving as Impouiulei and the
major was to send such a leqiiest, t think
he'd let the cow loose-, even if she cost him
ti," replied Councilman Olson, with a s,lg
nillcaiu nod. Then, with another nod
equallj slgnlllcant, bo said:
"And I guess a note fiom some oillclals
nould be obsencd by him, too," and Mr.
Pendergnt eitfered no dmlil.
The oidlnnnee giving Impounder Clotigh
the proposed s.ilaiy was passed.
An ordinance abolishing the olllce of city
scavenger nnd putting ills duties on tho
health department was introduced and re
erred. Tho piovlslons nre for the employ
ment of thiee- men to do the woik.
A vigoious pioti'st was. made bv the prop
el ty owueis near Missouri and (Stand ave
nues over the 1ioi.m market located at thnt
place Tho statement was made that the
place was a nuisance and theie was a
tough crowd constantly bunging about and
that It ought to bo temoved and abolished,
Mnsor Davis sent n communication ask
ing the members to sit with him on a plat
form ut tho cltv hall and review the I.ibor
day parade- lie mged each member to be
present at that time.
Councllmnn Stonrr Intioduced nil ordi
nance asking for tho location ot a water
main on Wabash avenue, fiom rifttetith
to Nineteenth stieet lie said It was now
more than eight )eurs slim lie opened the
tight for thnt extension and ho bad lenewed
the battle with oiudi iliaug. In tho situa
tion. The ordinance was passed.
A resolution empowering tho comptroller
to employ another eleik. at $M per month,
xv.is discussed, but sent to tho tlnnnce com
mittee, with instiuctlons to lepoit at tho
llrlnf Seritdon In the Uppor Hoiihc,
Tho upper house bad a hi let and exceed
ingly quiet .session last night, it. C Ciovv
r" was rejected for tint olllee of comptioll
Aldermai Huttlg was appointed as a
n.omber of tho opeelal eommltteo to nrtjust
the fees of the attorney? emplojed by tho
city In tho water works enso Tho hotiso
accepted nn Invitation from .Mayor Davis,
asking thu members to occupj positions on
nlolfni.ni ... Ii.. n..inlnil t fun... . .1...
U II,1U ,11 IU U'J I-lWVr,V4 11, ,(UIIL Ul ill,,
city hall, and review the Laboi d ly pirade,
Tlwn the houe passed a few side-walk 01
ellnances and adjourned.
.MlhMioiinry In India.
Miss Ilolan n. Mcintosh, n Graduate of
tho Scarrltt Hlblo training school, will
leave Kansas City September 10 for Mlr.ij,
Indlu, where she will tako uhnrgo ot u
hospital which has lecently been built by
the Presbyterian bonid of fon-lgn missions.
Miss Mcintosh was born In Dundee, Scot
land, but npplbid for iiatuiallz itlon pa
pers, thnt she might go- to India nu Amer
ican. She went to the e It cult clerk's of
llce sesterdnj'Mn seo If tho authorities In
Washington had been heaid fnnii, No
reply had been received, and Miss Mc-
:-" .. JIIIUSIl tuiuimirti i, , iiiiuuitv uu nei JOlir-
"" nev us a iilitlsh Mibject. This coiirsa was
ieemeO by many to bo thn most advisable,
ns the tertltory In which sho will work
it under HrltUh rub
Miss Mcintosh will leavo Kansas City
September 10, and will sail from New York
September Jl Shu will stop In Scotland
for a few weeks to visit lel.itlvis, nnd
then so dlreit to MlraJ. which is in the
mountains, 2d) miles south of liombav.
Miss Mcintosh Is iiiubr a seven veuts'
contraet with tho I'resbj tcrlan church,
Mtitnlieri uf the lluo Ituti.
There la much enthusi.tsm among tho
members ot the Older of JIqq Hqo over
the coming annual meeting ut Minneapo
lis, and uvery eilort Is being mudo to havo
a largo uttendineo fiom this city. The
plan of having a special car In which to
make tho tilp Is being adhered to.
i, Among tboso who have, blgullled their
Intention of going mo A, A. White, u
member of the siipie-ine nlno nml vice
gerent smirk for .Missouri. Mr. F, K
l.anter, of Ul.itlie, who Is xlco ge'reut
tnark of Kansas, Is also going with tho
crowd fiom this city. Among tho others
are J. h. I.nno. D. II, Kteskj, r. D. Wil
son. II. b Dtatheruge, C. J. Carter. J.
Jl. White, It. I,. Whuleii, of Albany, AIo.;
C, '. Ives, of Ilaldwln, Kas., and J. U
Arnold, ot I.ewlston, Mo.
Tho first teachers' institute of the new
school j car will be hi Id ut tho high school
on September II. It is likely the system in
xoguu lust jeur and tho eur befote will
be ulteretl und the- gruilo sections will be
required to devote their time cntlrel) to
the course of btudy with u view to liitm
elfvlng and unliving the sihool system.
Tho first meeting of the lireeiiwood
Club will bo held about three weeks fiom
now. This year the club will tako up
LUMBER PRICES ADVANCE,
tine to nu t'uiKimtly lleiviy Urniinit .Mudo
t'pon tin- Itig tlrnlrre I nr Itrhluil
In llirlr (Irdere.
Yesterday spvernt of the lumber Jobbers
ot the cltv Issued a tieW price llt for their
customers, In which ndvati-ee; were quoted
rnnglng from to cent to (2 per i,i'l fet
for lumber. Thi advance hns been Indi
ra ltd by the condition of tr.(di for tho
past two month", nnd while 11 came nt
nn enrller date thin was expected, It
enn Iks trawl elenrly to natural condi
tions There Is nn enormous drinnnd for
lumber, nnd the inllln nre iilinble to meet
the demand. Jobbers here nv that every
mill In the country Is behind In orders
nnd thnt business Is tilling up nil tho
time. Instead of falling orr. nnd thnt It
Is Impossible for mi) thing but a mlso to
Discussing the matter jesterday one of
the largest tnbb-r In the cltv said "There
Is a woiiilerrul demand fon lumber eveiy
day from districts that hive leldid us
no business for tnnnv month Then- nre
ltmiv dealers In Kansas nnd Nebraska
who have snt III no nrd"r for nionihs
and Imvo depended on the snpplv thev had
on hand to meet their i-vei.v demand Now,
with tietter crops, there Is u deniind for
mole lumber, nnd they arc compelled to
buv In order to meet thdr trade One
thing concerning the llninclnl condition
of the men who nre doing the billing.
They hivp been buvlnc nothing fur months
nnd have- been collecting all of tin- time.
In this manner th'-y hive pnld off their
debts and while they hive tint little lum
1 r on band, thev have plenty of cash
und arc nbie to make their discounts on
their pun bases
"We are milking lipnvv shipments eich
ilny to Kanns nnd Nebraska, nnd the or
ders nre nlie, handsome ones, that sound
llko they did sears ngo. Wo nre 200 cars
behind in our orders .it present, nnd we
get more orders each day than our mills
arc able to till, We lire scouring Ihe mills
of tho country to get mole miterlil and
hope to catch up with nur orders soon
It Is usiinlly the case t lint when prospects
for crops arc fine, like they are at pres
ent, the ltimtM-rmen of the counlrv nre
til one to spei'tiiato on lumber bv making
li-avy purchases during .lull- nnd holding
the stock for the fall Undo This jeai
there has been very little ot this."
tii hi: t.ki:v hi ahkash,
St. John, the Sifclttowrr, lndlited nn
.XI in Counts.
Yesterday forenoon Deputy Sheriff Jnmei
II. Abraham, ot Aikadelphlo, Ark , arrived
In this city to take back Chailts St. John,
the expert safe cracker ami burglar, who
was arrested here last Tuesday. Deputy
Sheillt Abraham stated that St John, nnd
his alleged confederate, l'rniik Shelton.who
was ald Implicated 111 the safe robberies
nt Arkadilphli, me the onls two prison
ers who evil- escaped from the Clark coun
ty, Aik., Jail When St. John reaches
Arkndelphla he will be tiled on eight In
dictments for safe breaking 'J he icward
offered for his capture will he p lid to the
olllcers In this cltv who made the arrest,
Deputy Sheriff Abr.ih.im will leave for
Arkadulphl t with St. John tills morning.
'nn: vv i:.v i iii:k.
The olllelal forec ist for to-day Is: Mis
souri, generally filr. coolei Satiiidny even
ing ot night; Knnsns, fair, coolei. Tho
highest tempeinture veslerdas wns SI dog,
the lowest Hi deg following Is tho reeoid
or last night's, ouscivations:
1! ir. Temp.
;io es w
. 20 f'li 70
, soon Id
,.!'0 02 7S
jy si 81
2'i -iii m:
. '!0 is fit
.::o oj 7J
,.:W in 70
Kansas ( lly (ins Ciiiiip 1115.
Tho Kansas Cits O is Light and Coke
Compauv tlb-il articles of incoipoiatiiin
with the countv reeordei jesterdas, under
the name of the Kun-as Cits (ins Com
panv. Tin- cotnpanv has a capital stoi k
of J.'.uOO.OOii, fulls IMld in. Til" stm k Is dl
xlded Into 23,000 sli.ue-, 10,0m) of w hlcli nre
preleruil and 1() common stuck All
of the- juefeiied stoi k and 11970 shales of
the common sto'-k nie owned by I.'-wls
I.UIIe, ot Philadelphia. George- B I'lilllei,
of i'lillnili Iphl 1, live slimes uf common
fitoik. .Mlllon J l'asiiH. live shun s,
Ch.ules i: Small, live shines, laims T
Holmes, live slum's, John C (5 ige, llvo
shales, and 13 I, .Martin, live shaies.
Ili-l epllon (11 XIUs iVllierii 111.
Miss Sadie Ameiican, the general sec
letary of Iho N.atloual Council of Jewish
AN amen, who has been in the cits- for
sevei.il dass., with the ladles of tint or
ganlitlon here, was scsterdaj glviu 11
lecention at the pulois of the Midland
by the ladles of the loi al louncil and otli
eis x ho weie Interested 111 her woik.
The parlois were tastefully ibeoi.ited mid
111 ins ladles 1 tiled during the nttenioon
to pay their respects to thu soung lady
who Is doing so much foi the organ! 1
t lein. MHs Amciii.in und hei mothei left
last evening for Chicago.
c.is,. or liestltiitiiui.
A c.tso of destitution at l"Jii Clove street
was niioited to I'olln- litiuu P.ittl Moore
Sisterdas. Mis. Tnliliu- Wilson and hi r
ii-Senr-old Invalid dniii.'htei live nt Hull
plate .Mis Wilson has been 1 lining it
living for bi-elf nnd d.iilghliu bv t iking
ill washing. Two weeks ngo slip fell down
.1 lllrht of stairs and sustained sivne I11
jiules, wliii li liave preieiiud hei fi nn do.
lug nns woik. She Is now In destitute cir
ciimstanies and the owner of the building
it is claimed, will tuin hei out of the house
If back rent Is not p lid
Iti.ll I slutn snlrs.
V. IX. Mnddou sold lot 23 mil the east fnr
tx -seven feet of lot 2.' In S'lW.ut's th r.l
addition, on l'eery avnme, between Agnes
and Chestnut avenues, to J 11 hennon,
for J.7U0, vestenbis It Is understood Mr
I.ennou will build hlmsi If 11 ii-sidenre on
the luirchase. Hush Ilius sold fifty fut
on TI1I1 leeiitb stieet, near t'oitir load, foi
V J. lllll. to W. II. and It. M IMis.-ll, for
M, Dole n gardener living near riftepnth
stuet and Jackson avenue, jeslerdnj hid a
coat stolen fiom his wagon at the m.nket
ltobert Johnson was .vesteid.ay senteiired
to ten dass in tho (ountJ Jail bv JusUee
Case for stealing a eo.it and vest fiom u
Ninth street tailor.
Tho manigemcnt of the Door of Hope
statt.s that Julia Islington, the 17-veai-old
girl WHO was leceunj iiriesit-u 111 nns city,
was never an Inmate ot that institution.
l-'rte Swiuti nnd wife have adopted Katio
Kiahenbthl, the 2-veai-old daughter of
Itos.a, Krahenliahl. The deid of adoption
was llled In tho lecoidei's olllee sesteiday.
Tho case against J. T. Ware, charged with
fast nnd caiele-ss driving, was continued
In the lollce couit ji.stcrday, becuuse of
the iibseneo of thu complainant, W. 1,.
Thu explosion of a gasoline stove nt tho
homo of Mis. Doinn, No. J10 Host IJIgh
tcelltll strict, called out tho lllo depart,
ment nt ";2j o'cloe-k last night D imago
A pans' of Sao nnd Va Indians from
Klohaulson, Neti , en louto to Diwunce,
Kas., weio nt the t'nlon depot last nlglit,
'Jhes' will enter Hnske-ll lustltiito at Law
rence this fall.
Humana Asent Oreenm.an Is conilued to
his home, Ueii 13ast I'iftcenth stuet, py a
tovere cold lontl.uttd at .Maissvllle. .Mo,
while attending the recent uic tmpiiiciit uf
the Kansas City division, Knights of I'yih
ias, Mrs. M.lttlo Collins was sesteiday fined
Jt and costs In Justice Walls' couit for ns.
saiiltlug l'1'i I'avne. u little ghl The
amount was paid and tho defendant re-lease-d
Manila Hidings, alias Nelllo Watson, of
310 Kiibt Twelfth street, wns urialgned yes
terday before Justice Case, charged with
threatening to kill 1'lorcneo Knos. She
pleaded not guilty and guvo $J0o Pall for
her appeaianco Thursday.
l.ile Johnson, nllas "Snake ringer,"
who was ai rested Thursdaj nUht on the
ehiifgo of stealing a pocketbook containing
$17 from Thomas Loekwood, of Tiirnu,
Kas. was icltused sisteidas-, as Lock
wood refused to prosecute.
Hut ton 1'eck yeateiduy ple-aded guilty In
the criminal couit to stealing a blcsclo
from tlointr A. Judd. of JOt, lliooklsn ave
nue, and was seutinced to 0110 day In tho
counts JH 'Us seiilciico was completed
last night and he was taken to St, I.011U
bs friends. I'eck has been In Jail awaiting
tilul since .May II.
Hubert Illch.ardson. wife nnd two small
chlldi en, who have been ut the Union de
pot since hundiis' depending upon alms to
keep them fiom staivlng, sesterday sue
eoeiled, with the help of the deiot oillclals,
In raising e-uough money to send them to
Wisconsin, Thes will leave this morning at
9 31 over the Chicago, Milwaukee & at.
END OF SUNDAY CLOSING1
ciiinr titiriN ttiui t.it'i. iNsrttff
TIONS 10 sAIHIIM(l:l:l'l.lts.
llllt He IVrnilllid In Hirp I heir ldn
and Hear Doors t nloikeil n ml t Iter
til thn Apprtltis of llirlr
To-night, Chief of Tollce Irwin wilt Issue
Instructions- to the sntoon men of this city
concerning their future observance of the
Hundny closing Inw It Is generally be
lieved nmong the saloon men that the in
stiuctlons will allow them to do business;
bs liwnns ot lde nnd tenr doors
.The minor iiirrcnt aintind iwtlep head
quarter Is tlmt the saloon men wilt be
permitted to do a strictly quiet business,
l'ront doors must be ckisml, nnd curtains
nnd blinds plm ed In such a wax thnt the
Interior of the barrooms will not 1k visible
from the stieet. No drunken men will be
permlltid In the xlcltilty of n barroom, nnd
nns loud or boisti rolls noe- wlihln a si
I0011 will inns, the Imtnisllnti- arrest of
tin- owner of the olleiidlng draiirsliop.
Chief Irwin wns questioned last night
coin ernlng the Htith ot the rumored end
of ihe Sunday closing order, and he aid
the order has not been icvoked by tin
ImxiixI of police- tommlsstoliers, nnd Is Jet
in force. llowe,i, I slull, on Saturday
night, lsiie sunn- imttrm llonn to the sa
loon men which will tend to satlsfs Isith
tlie ssilooti men nnd the advocates ot Sun
dnv 1 losing,"
When nsked what Instiuctlons would be
given out, Chlif Irwin leplled "Thnt Is
fomelhlng that I do Hot inn nd to strttc
untll Sntiinloy night " On being nsked,
"Will in re. is x- mnde of saloon men
found eelllnu liquor?' lie said. "I Will
cause- the arrest of every man who does
not nbej the Instruction 1 intend to Is
sui " JJe tiun ,lei Uu, 1 to discuss the
Suudas elo-liig ordi r am further.
GOVERNOR STONE DEPARTS.
Ill- Is Slid tl llllo Stiu(j,.eteil 11 ('0111-
(iroiiileu lii tin- Ciiuiiiilttei- ( lialriiiiiuslilp
sin Mel Xtnst (to.
Clovornor Stone left the city last night
for Ni-vadii, Vernon county, .Mo, viliem
he xvlll retnaln for n tliiv 01 two, visit
ing with old filends and attending to
some pilv.ito IiusIip ss. Hi- will then n
tlirn to Jeffeisuli City, whole he will
make the two appointments) that ho Is
to 111 iki- In Kansis City, iiieinbi-r of the
election bond nnd coal oil Inspector.
In order to evade tin- polltli bins who
ciowilod tin- lobby of tho hotel and
swarmed Into bis looms, the governor
absented hliiisell fiom tho hotel for -i-v-01
al boms vOHterdns He mot a number
ol gi'iillenieii In their iillbi-s and homes
and confein-d with them In ugard to
the appointments and the tumble ill the
city und counts' Democi.tov.
Leading men In both factious of the
p.ti ty yostoiiluv counseled conipioinise.
They wanted both Shelley and Hrown
to give- tli theli Intention to hold the
chaii mniishlp of the Democratic counts
committee ami to allow tin- selection
of a man who would be- satisfactory to
the governor These men ngiei-d that
Judge- Prank C. Johnson should be given
the- appointment of member of the elec
tion bn.iid and that Charles J. llowor
ought to bo made co tl oil liisp, ctor.
Commissioner Shelley bus not xet nc
ccpteil the chairmanship of the commit
tee. He snss there is no niicssltv of
litliry In cither accepting 01 declining
It, as there will be 110 business for the
committee to tiansaet until next sptlng.
Ily tk-lnxlnif announcing bis Intention
lu the ni.ittti he hopes to give Governor
Stone's itngir plenty of time to cool oil!
and let.iln the- olllce of police commis
sioner tJp to the time of the- ilcpurtiiie of the
governor the situation was still vv .11 like,
but not so much so as on Tliiusilav
evening It Is the opinion now, as then,
of several of the guv mint's liitlmito
fi lends who confeiicd with hlin long
and e.irnistly lu icgiinl to the Doubles
that the Drown and anil-Drown bosses
have luoiight upon the loc il Democincy
Hint he will Insist upon Commissioner
Shi Ilex's it (liement fiutn the police
bo.uil. If Ciiniml-sloiu-r Shi Hey goes
luspeotnr of Deteetlvis Cull Muiphs xvlll
feel compelled to vacate his olllce.
riti:t .xinvi.tx in 1 otiiiT,
He Denies the Hepurl lh it 1111 Attempt
XViis Xtaile lu -plrit I I tii Aw i.
Continry to eiie-clatlons. Tied New
man, of Westpoit, who da tins to hive
been assaulted nnd lobbed last Tluusilay
night by I'ciil Itogcis iintl .Tuliii Adams,
and who bis been l.vlng ciltlc.tlls- 111 at
the Hauls Iiuum- III Wist port sliue .Mon
day, was utile to be biutight into Justice
Wlthrow's coin I vosterdnv nfternoun at
2 o'clock. lie denlis the lepoit iubllslied
In an evenliig paper that n siheine was
on fool to spiilt him away dm lug his
slckue-s, so thnt lie could not appear
for tiidl, n ml that he xvns cunstnntlv un
der the vvntchfiil eyool'u giiaid He has
been quite bad oil, howevet, but with
caieful musing hopes to be hlinsilf
ngnln in .1 slioi t while He will ap
pear In Justice Witlnuw's i-ouit to-dny
when the i.ues of lingers and Adams
me called n ml says lie linn .1 number of
xvltnessi-, icidy to svvf.ir to the nss.iult
find lobbeiy he tl.iiins wns jierpetratt d
upon htm. It was stated last evening
that the defendants will endeaxur to
establish a stoiy to the elieet that New
man gave the money lu- claims was
stub n fiuni him to 11 third pntv nnd
that lis the thiid pailv has been ab
sent fiom the city 111 the meantime he
lias had no eltnneo to letuin New nun's
monev to him II Is uiulei stood on good
authority that un uifer was made to
Newman vistenlny gianling him tho iu
t nt 11 of his money and full indemnity for
his Injuiits If be would ill op the case.
He- did not consider It.
roi:i'i:iu:t it is iiond.
l'otcr rules' I'iiIIs to Appear In Court for
Ycstenlity foruiioon I'olice Judge Jones
Issued a lommiind lor ex AI1U1111.111 A 1'.
roliy to aiipe.u In com l In ton- September
7 and show euu'e- why the bond of $100
given by him to insuie tho presence of
I'otet Doles lu the pollco couit elioiild not
bo declined foiteltid
On August 11 Olllce r J. C. Calligher wns
asiaultcd In Doley's saloon, while attempt,
lug to arrest l'hllllp MCiory, ihe b.utend
11, foi 11 viol itlon of tlin t losing I iw A
I' Koles. l'hllllp MiCiory and 1'eiei !'Yiy
weio 111 1 estt d lor the assault ami all fui
nishid bonds fur theli uppuiance In police
1 unit. Deter Coles's bond wns signed by
A. I' Koliv. When the casts weiu callul
In couit 1'tter rolev v,.is iibstiu. An alln
wairaiu was Issttul foi his uirest, but ho
has so fur evadtd c.tpttiie Judge Jones
lu-lluvis he has left tin ills un 1 will try to
lumped A. I". 1'oley to (us tho lotteited
VVi-l Mile liiiproveini lit I lub.
There will be an adjourned met ting of
this club at the Coites House club looms
on Siturduy uvuilug at 4 o'cloik, for the
puiposo of dleus.slng tho necess.uy
changes needed on llioadwas and Cuituil
and liileisectlng stieets, south of 1'our
teenth stuet, lufore paving contiacts uio
lei, guiding of llioadway, south of Twenty
sixth street, and the pirk subject of tho
West side. Ml lllllem, of the pitk bond,
and members ot both homes of the council
will bo pie-sent.
Mnsor Davis Hi (urns.
Masor Webster Davis returned yesterday
nfle-rnooii fiom IHxter Springs, Kas.,
where he attended an uiinual galhoiiiig of
tha O. A It. und nude a speech.
inj tike some other
t rand of condensed
ml!', IhinkinK It i
"just a gooa"
It Has Fio Equal
HAS HIM AT DISADVANTAGE,
Mrs. funnle tluf 1 Mill I lb- a ( ro Hilt In
llrr lltisb mil's suit tor llliorcr,
Klwtrd I Clon.i, ti . r n man of lh"
slaughtering detrtnietn it Vrmmir's ai k
lug house, brought slili f 1 llvor e nnalnsl
his wife, Cnnnle Horn, a f-w dis ago, nl
Ifgliig cruel treatment lie slid she drove
him Into the stable one nieht by lielllilg
him with rorku, nnd in ule him leip there
Mrs. (o nptiraicil In the circuit clerk's
olllee seslcMay nrtpftioon to see If a suit
had bt en tllrd ngalnst her ht n told that
one had, and thnt th- nlleKiitlon were
cruelty, she nld: "t dl I run bliil Into tho
stable, but he liitd been am 11, arls all nlitht,
ruiinlng around with olhir tinmen, and be
hmde-il someiiiitie, of thnt hind" Then
Airs. (Tufa's, ess llnsln I nn.l she added
"Hut 1 hnve him where the hnir Is ohort.
lie hns tieen living with me since he filed
tho milt for invoice, nnl that Invalidate
the suit, 1 nin going to hnve my lawjer
tile a cross bill asking for tlimon), and you
t-t he won't taleh tne the wns 1 did hlin "
And with that she left the lourt house.
O'l lilllet l)' I.tsl til pi.
County Survrvor O'llnherty dismissed
Diput) lien e from bis department a fi w
tins ago betause the) dirfiiod in opltilon
upon the Oeinin tatlc fu, tlolio! wnt now
wnglng. He kiixo its his renon for tho
dismissal the stiileinent that I'lene was
not iieedtil in the olllci Tiun he npiolnt
ed l: A. n'l'liihrrty In his plnei. hen
tho siirvtsor's pn loll was piisetited to
the rolinlv com t for niirovnl, Judge- Stone
dt 1 Ided that If Mr. Pierce was not needed
In the olllie, the im-i vices of Mi. OTIiih
eily coultl be dlspt lis d with ns easlls.
Ihe court posltlvelv lefusul to pav the
nnlary Hut ir All i: A. O'l'laherts wants
to work lu the suixejoi'ii ollb e foi the
Kloiy theic Is- lu It, tin eouit will not ob
ject to his (in sence around the building.
This, howiver, would be something un
precedented In the lilslors of the fanillv.
which di iws Jin it a month fiom the eounly.
Hut the O'l'InheriVH are now so uiililt 101H
nroiind the iiuirt house thai It Is a tradi
tion that when one stands In the center
or the bnlldlnc and shouts, "Hi Ho, O'l'lalt
ertv,' the 11 ho unsworn, "Uhith O'l'lah
erts do sou nmin; '
Hiniis Nut a 1 titllif.
Wnller llvnns. Indicted by the Inst grnnd
Juts for giniid liucens, was nrrestnl es
terdas on a capias w.ur.int und taken be
fine lutlge nfford, wltcre be cave suit 1
ble bund foi his uppeirniKo for ttlnl ut
tlie cilmlunl couit St ptember 32 Ilvaus
was relinsed ftoin Jill some time list
June, his mother signing his bond. As tho
time for court diow nigh It was thought
hist to bring him in, as It was minuted
he had li rt town. Vccoidlngly Ueputv
Ilolls J.irbne visterd.ay Mrvnl a c iplas
warrant upon him tit his home, and, ac
companied b his mothei, Hvaus appinud
before Judge Uolloid and satlslltd him
Hint he wns not a fugitive. Hi- lias In en
lecently emplnvid as a teamster, n posi
tion secured fm him by his mothei. Hv.ins
was Indlctiil bv Hie ginud Jul In 1 1111
Iiiiu Hon with .loll 11 Ilieiiiiuu, for alleged
breaking Into the house ol William II Kl II,
IU Wist Tenth street, nnd stealing a watch
und some spoons.
atlls II uu tt-es.
Grover Stone his pnpired the petition In
n iliim ige suit against J.unes Lowe, in
w hleh the charge Is di faniallon ot ch.irai -ter
Stone ilnliiis that on August .''1, is '3,
Lowe had him arrested In C' ntiopolls, Mo,
without Just cause He tltlins that on thu
lollowlng day I. owe swore- out a wan mt
for his arrest before Justice Jones, In Hlue
townshlp, ihaiglug him with stealing a
hoist. and bugg). Stone s is s he w is dls
ihaigtit when the cast went to til.tl. lint
that his rtput.itlon was d imaged $3,00 by
the Imputation that he was .1 liorsethlef.
The stilt will be- tiled to-lny.
His Hsllltiited D un itrc s.
James M. Andoion ha- brought stilt
ngalnst the Hank of Westpoit and Adam
J. Artnstuing to it cover W lxr, 71 Anilti
son cl ilins that in Scpttinber, l'n, Aim
stiong nnd the bulk eli.,MK' .1 hlin at a s.il
ars of Jir, pet null to condtii t u market
and bull her shop In Westpoit Andeisou
claims thnt lint ,1 small pa it of the j-.il ny
due has oxer been pild, und that the inai
ki t was taken awns from him after he had
soured a p.ijing custom The salais duo
und damige done bs le.ison of the shop
being taken fiom him is estimated by
Anclcison at f.',li,i Al.
Xliitliin to Hi-lux Cu-ls.
A motion was llled In the criminal court
Sistirdis motnlng by ihe- .slate to lotax,
tiie costs in the special hearing of the cao
ngalnst o . Kuieger, clutiged with o
latlon of the elictlon law The motion will
be heard lo-dtis bv Judge WolTord, nnd It
sustained, will thiols the costs of the
hi.ulng of the i ise befoie Special Judge
I'.n KIiimoii, upon the defend int. At the
tlim of Hie h.ailng the costs were taxed
against tho st ite.
New Stills rile, I.
21710. (ir.invllle At. Colo vs. Luellu Halley
ct al; put titlon.
JI7I1. Union .Mutual Life Iiism.ance Com
pjnv vs. (icoige ('. Si hnellci it al; deed.
2171..'. Jamis Al Ande-rsun vs. Hank of
Westpoit and Adam J. Armstrong, ton
21713 Andrew I' Herman vs Itlchard
Hutlei nnd Alauilic Iiiock; appeal.
( (lilt t Mltl s.
Judge Oobson villi i-onvene court III divis
ion No 2 of the ciiiult court tu-du.
Count)' Counselor W.iteis, to whom
County Mni'lial KeshK 11 's (iay loll vvus
n lei ltd Tuesday, driblet) that the county
court would have to pas' the extui fji
tacked onto seveial of the ditiiitles' sal
aries, and the court approved the pay roll
dt) Hospital Cuutratts.
Tiie boaid of public works nt sestet day's
meeting let tin luntimts fm the nmter
l.tls to lie- used In tin sup. istn ctuio of
the new wing to the 1 li- huspltul. These
weie the siueessful lilddeis.
Slate roollng A. K. Sweet Jlanuf iclurlng
Lumber Iieaihtiage Luinlxr Compiny,
Ililck Noonan ,v IMeltnan, fI.oxi)
Iron Aimoiirdnle 1'uiiiulrv Coinpans,?17.",.
Stam heating and plumbing supplies
Cotter, Mt Hon tld -X Co $Ill!i.
Cut stone Mlssouil VulUy Cut Stono
Window I rallies Western Sish and Door
Tile bu.ud loiiiul little business of Im
poitance betoie it, ami, aftu talking over
soim louliiie uutteii, adjoiirmxl until
this moiulug, wluu It will iiuet as the
board ol water luuuiilssloii. is to act upon
the lifts -live positions it has to fill in the
water walks ib partincnt.
Its Xlillttlili HaltqlU t.
At the mnntlily baunuit of the Kansas
Cits Heal llsiate and Sunk exeliange next
Tiicsdu) evening, Coloin 1 Tluoiloie S.
('use will sneak oil xoimer rial estate In-
trusts lu ibis it v, nnd Attorney John
O'Ciads will speak on Hit i.luilon betwtcu
re il 1 state tuokciH nnd lawieis. In the
absence- of both j'u -ddem c (j. (MiKer
nnd Vice I'lesldent 'uu I' H001, ex-l're-,-lil-nt
)'. 11 Aluddin will preside 'iho
previous bauqiuls line proved so succiss
ful it is expccti il almost nil of tho mem
be is ot the exchange will bo piesent this
Htirlid b) Hi lulus.
C S. Lee, 11 gialn brokt r, with an olllo
In Iho New Yoik Life building, ycstonluy
iiutlvid 11 tumniuiiicaHiiit mini It Al,
Willie, of Chicago, blolhi i-ln-law ot C, II
.Mi dill, who was found a, ad in 11 cheap
lodging house ut 22 Hist 'Child stint,
Tuisduy foicnoon Ailing under All.
White's Insti unions. C. S l.to nntltltii I'n
dirtakirs Slew. ait t'.urull to bins tho
body lu this illy. Lite jesteid.u ufttr
noon the bods was Interud lu Hlinwood
i;enllilo hi rilci-i nt Hie I list I'resli)li il 111
( liuti It.
At this church, Tenth Mreet and Forest
avenue, beginning to-morrow night, will
bo held a Miles ot poind ir eventide snv
Ices, semi-musical, vvliti spe-clull) (neiiarul
and inteiesitlug u'sponslve readings ot
Scilpturu and bllef dlsconises, I'llnUcl
tonus will be used 1 the congregation.
lli'lilnd in Ills I let ime.
Primus rrumliold. a saloonkeeper nt 1G0O
Ws'omlug stlcet, was iiiusicd sesterday
on a warrant Irom Justice Hawthorne's
couit, chaining him Willi not having paid
his county license-, The complaint was
sworn to by Counts License Inspector
Btiikenbuig. ruimhold gave bond tor his
Again ill Hir I'ost,
Mrs. Mary Chalfunt, matron at the Union
depot, returned sesteiday fiom her sum
mer's outing In Wisconsin, uud is again
to bo found ut her disk in the depot.
Mill Atttuil a riciilt.
The county court will attend a picnic
nt HI110 Springs to-day. All of the Judge's
aro upon the urocraiumo for hoicclu .
llowaid At Holilin, nsslmiee ot the Kan
sas City Safe Peposit and Sivings bink,
has btotight suit ng.ilnst Ilnii) N ll.iln,
William I'. Corben, iltoige II Whltinuu
and Mais C While. 10 collect on a note
for ll,i, Willi li wns given to the bulk
Dei ember 31, le.'. The note bore Intetcst
at ii pir cent, and was due April 1, lvr,.
Ml llolilen ilaiins thai ii'llher the princi
pal nor tins 01 cue unci 1 si lias ever uecu
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION,
I'AHahi: it. 1, hi; 1 hi: t.Atttiot-1. i:it
SI.H.N IS HA.Ns,s I IU,
Orrr ten I hints mil Mm Will He In Line
Inti ruling Hveulses ut I'alMiiiuiiit
1'iitli lliilernuf siunn tiittl tHIur
Hritors Mill Vpmh,
The committee having In ehnrge the nr
rnngpineiits for the observatni of Libor
day nt I'airmount isirk 111 xt Moti las met
Inst night In the Temple block, In exi utlve
session, to (ii rrei 1 what matins w.re yet
Inceunplelo. Nothing Is now wanting to In
sure a gtent detnotistintlon, grniir thin
has ever been known In Kunn ( nv II Is
expeep-d thnt over lO.OOO men will b, 111 line
when Hie parade foims, at the lniiritloii
of fifteenth nnd Tioost flVeltui- nt 0 o'i lot k.
to march to the Air lltie tli-imt 'Ihe line of
inarch will be from Tmost wesi to (.must,
north on Loeiisi to roiiiteenth strwt, wtst
10 .Main; north on Alain 10 Third, wist to
Wyandotte, thence to (he Air line depot.
The painde will pass In levltw at the illy
hall, whei-e the executive ollb ers of the
two KntisflFi Cllj ft will assemble, with mnny
Invited guests. At rulrmotint park the ex
ercises will open nt " o'clock with un nd
dress by I'. II, JiulTy, clitlrmnn of the
Joint Labor day conimlttee. This will be
lolloivod bv uu address of welcome bv
Mavor Webster luvls Addressis will also
lie miiile by Hovirnor W J. Stone, ot .Mis
souri, (lovernoi Ii N. Morrill, if Kansis,
nnd ox-Coiigreseiiuiti J,-rr) Sluipoli, of
Kansas, followed bs lh" IM of spot t nnd
ginies glvm below The evening txerclsis
will consist of nn address bv John S Cio
by, 11 II ig (iiesenttitloii by AIsi Archer and
n ilsi,i) ot tin-works
liev. ('. L. Klos. iitor of the Southwest
TilnrtiH, le, has also been Invltul to make
In usiionse to a letpiest sent out bv the
committee, tlie managers of ihe l.ir
packlng houses of the two cities hive given
notlie Hi it their Institutions will be shut
down nil duv Xlond i)
Tlie p trade will be headed bs Chief of
Holli,- 1 1 win and a platoon of mound d po
lice, lliand Marshal James M Ithodes of
Tipogi.iphlcfil I'nloii No SO, K in-as Cltv,
AIo, will hive ehnrge of the p.ii.nb, asss.
id bs tiie follow lug ubies-d -1 amp Lie
Johnson, of Hollermiikeis' and Iron Shlp
biillih'ts' t'nlon, of Kansis Cltv, Kas , nd
Jiitunr, and chief of SHUT, 11 It Kiaii' uf
ClK.iruinl us' t'nlon Nu lei. an I Hury
(ii.uton, of Palnteis' Union No. I, of Kan
sas Cliv, Mo.
Thu older of the p.ir ide, with the in ir
shals commanding Is as follows
DIVISION 1-INIH'SI'ltl VI, COUNCIL
AND THADHS ASSLXIHLV
Marshal, C I' Mi c.amhrldgt . nldes,
rtauk Shoem iker, Industrlil Council; J. A
Huller, Trades Assembly,
Ti ides Asseinblv. (Caiisas Cltv Kas
DIVISION 2-liriLDINC, THAliHS
Mnrsltal, John Toland. Ililiklaviis Kan
sas Citv, Mo ; aides, VV, L. Hut hln-iin
Clertilcil Woikers, Kansas Cit), .Mo, IJ
Alaiier. Stonein ions', ICaiuas City, Mo.
HHi klnvt rs' t'nlon No. I
Stonciu isuns' No 2, Kansas City. Mo
Stonemasons' No. 1, Kansas Cit), Kas.
l'leitili ti Workers No. I1!,
Painters No I.
Cablnetni ike-is No. 17.
DIVISION .! MHI'AL THADHS
Maishal Albeit Uhllg, Hlai kmllhs',
IC ms.is Cltv, Kas; aides, A T P1I-II.
Iloiseshoeis", Knns.as Cit), AIo ; IM Hall,
Huiif rnuikers' No 22. Kansas Cits', Ka.s.
Hoilernnkeis No. 32.
Machinists No. H2
Machinists No. 27
Machinists No. 27x
111 u ksmltlis No tO.
1 1 on Moldeis No 1C2.
DI ISION l-PACKINO llOCSi: IV lON-
Maishal. Jacult lietses. Cooneis. Kansas
Clt, Kas. Aides, Martin lloyle. Anchor
IVdeial Liboi l'lilon, Kansas Cits. K i .
A Scott, Stitlon.iry Plreni.in, Kaunas
St.itlonurv Plremeii No Ci'V,,
Ant hoi Peder.il l'lilon
He if Huti hei s. No blK.
Coiqiers, ,"o. ii.
Ik if Honeis, x0 fii 1
I 'at king House IVdernl Libor Union,
DIVISDV KMISCCLLANHOPS NO I
.Maishal. W W. Simons, PiesMiien's,
Kansis Cltv, .Mu Aides, A II Cnlhoiin,
Shallower ryiiom.iidibal I'nion, No 1,7,
K insns Cltv, Kas, A O Lengel T) po
giapbiiul t'nlon, Nn so, Kansas Cits', -Mo.
Typographical i'nion No. ko
Snnllowei Txpogiaphliul I'nion, No. 137.
Piessmen's I'nliin, No li!
Cvllndti Ciide-rs and Helpers, No. 10.
Hb trotv pels. No. li
H.ilbeis, Kansas City, AIo.
P.ailieis, Kansas City. Kas.
Swltelinu n, No 1
Swlti hmen, No 2 Kansas Cltv, Kns
division misoi:llani:ops, no. 2
Marsh il, H LiPiaiue. Swltthmen, No
2 Aides, John II. Dill, Kansas Cits', Kas.
A H. Sellers, He tail Clerks, Kansas City,
iirewers' anil Jinitsters, No. IC.
ClgurnukiiH, No. 102, Kansas Cits', AIo.
Clgarmnkers. No. 313 Kansas City, I is
liitall ciuks, .No 11. Kansas City, AIo
Hi tall Clerks, No 107, Kansas City, Kas.
Tluatrliol Static Hmploses.
l'uiiL.i Pediinl Libor Union.
Allssouil (las Company's eniploscs.
City sluet depiii tmeiit.
spurts unit I. nuns at rnlmiuiint.
Ilo it race Ono mile, for union men onls.
Pll-t niUe, W. W Aloigall ,V: Co., one
lialt doen line shins, donaivd; second
Pilt, tine pair fl shois, donated by Albo
Swimming match One-half mile, for
tiniun mi n onis I'ilst pilp, one line
hmvin.i iiiK, doii.ilei by Lnh, (02x Ciuud
avenue, value, JI0; seiond prl,'.e, one box
Cliiiiu i lloi Oommundi r clgiis, doiiidd bs
li It, Kratz, 211 W.sl Ninth stieet,
Pat men's luce One liiindicd sards, Heo
for all. I'lrst niie, one ?', iimbulh, do
nated by Otis Hun, SIS Alain strut, scioud
piie, one case of I dim's Si lett bin, do
nated by Walter Haddlck, 620 Walnut
stu I t.
Tub rice Acioss the lake, for union
men only. Plist pile, rocking ih.ili, do
nated b) Ihe H isi-hold Pull, si mud prie,
box cih-iis, b) J, StelnnuiU, Kansas. Cit),
L idles' running lace Preo for nil I'lrst
prie, one itlass wutir si i, donatid bs 1!
A P.ino, 2P, Hast Twelfth strut; second
piUe, one line- plmuie, donated bj Hu
ch man, cornci Twelfth and Altilee.
Hos-s' foot late Pun for nil, It! sears
nnd iindci. 1'list pile, one target rllle,
donated bv S. hmcU. r Sporting Goods
Cuinpany, ail Main stieet; second pruc,
one hut, donated by Pasennn yer ,v. Hns
lillilhil, Kansis City. Kas
Suk i.iie Pur nun, twents-llvo sntds,
fm1 fur all. Piist prUe, om- hit, donated
bs Vandiihooi', Kansas Cit), Kas ; second
pili, oiii box (igais, duiialeil by Ueiu,
K uisas Cit), Kas.
Pool i,iie l-'or men. K or over, lot yards.
free foi all. Pli it pilze, two i.iscs of
Sihunagel bter. b) Helm lliewlng Com
i ins; steond pili. ono pair 3 shoes, do
ll in d by Halius, Kansus Cit), Kns
Hunning nice poi Kirls ii stars or
soungti, iiaiiKlidis nr union nun onls.
Plist prize, one pilr ii shoes, (limited li)
Juhu o'Nilll, Main sluet: second pilze,
on- dozen (ililuies, Hansford ,x. Allen,
Kansas I'llv. Kas
Hlcscli i lie I'or union men only I'lrst
piUi, one pailoi banquet lamp, value, 10,
donated lis Pi ononis Piiriiltuio Compiii),
Highlit and Alain, seiond pilze, one hit,
itonattd by Hitl l Is Clothing Compaus,
Kansas Ciiy, Kas
Voting contest -Por ugliest union man.
Pllst prize, silver Inkstand, donated by
Mi-ui-i, 10 Hast Pltxiiith strict; set ond
(irize, one bottle chump igne, donatoil by
Andy )l unci
Till, of w.u 1-or union teams. 1'rizc, Its
lu cold cash.
finessing contest Por union men only.
I'lize, JIO trunk, don itctl by Nebiask.i
Handsome piIas for tho best lady and
I'or union having luigest percentage of
Its lueuibiis in good standing lu parade -Plrst
pilze, tho bist tlttss suit in the stoic,
donatid b) Ihi Uolden Haulo Clothing
Coinpail) . seiond pilze, 410 In cas,h, do
liati l i) Hub Clothing Coiupans
Pur union making best appearance In
pat.i'lr-Plrst pilze. jc Hag. donated bv
J H. A it her. West Ninth stuet, second
NOVELTY PIN CUSHION
01 Silk Plush, with fancy bow-knots, center
of gilt or white metal. Comes in the shape
of a hanging' pin cushion and is absolutely
free from all advertising. It is the hand
somest novelty ever
cushion line, and appropriate to any portion
of the house in which it may bo placed.
501, 503, 505 MAIN STREET,
Southeast Corner of Fifth.
and w 1 it 1111; 1
disk, dona led bv
prl.se, $10 in ccibh
.Max Sii 1 n
C11 s, 1 nn i
(tub I'lotli A
lllrlhs Hi-pnrli il.
The following births vuio repotted to the
board of health vc-teidiv
Sutler. I'anlel and Johaiin 1, bo ; 11 Por-
Ot. Allgllht .'J
Judd. Aiden and Herkby; boj ; Ws Hrook-1
Ijn; August '.") I
slejater. Albeit and Dcna. girl, ll.tj Ctut
?ith, August J.'
llooser A and .iiir.i; bo , 1EJS Vlrglnln,
Scott, Henry and Pannle; boy; 101.1 Cher
ly; Augiul J5
P,ngK.i, .M. and Hva; boy; 57D Traiy; Au
lli'lllbs: Id pill It ll.
Tim following dentliB were reported to
the bo.11 d or lu altli ycteuiav :
vVnvne, Nettle, 1 veur, Cn) Troost, Au
gust 30, rholera liifanitim; burial in Jewish
Hativiir Julli; I vein. 2111 Drlpp.1 Au
gust -1, cionii; burlil In Union ceuieiei).
I.ii 1 iist'il In M irri.
Tho following couples win llceusa'd to
llaniied ItobliiFon, Kuimts City
ililllo Cioiilon, ICaiiHas City . ...
Archln llawuid, Kanaas fu..
l.uulli Iltll, Kansas Cllj
. . . L-l
lli.itlt nf M hid is si,.,,.,
Nlcholns Sieve dl'd vcHterdiy nl Ht. Mar
gaiet's tiuHjiitiit, Kuns t city. Kas. 111k
luiine was neat lltim'h bu'weiy. In Hie
IJist bottom. He waa a unlive of ('ranee
and 7! jiars of am- Tlie funeral ierv
li i'S will bi' held ut V) o'i loi U tins morti
Inu nt .11 rruiclH' 1 Inn ill. and the burial
will be in .Mount St. .Maij's eumetery.
ilnv . Jl
.Main stieet! SI "1 tier
Jl -111, .il ticket, $if), .Viitcal ticket,
fl 00. .Meals
In .south loom
U. r. Cahinne, St, I.ouls, is nt tho
I'. J. TUilfc, New York, Is nt tho Coatee.
M. J, raulkner, Sviaciiae, (3 at the
V. A. llle, Omaha, l nt tho Coatcg.
('. (, Slim. St. Haul, is nt the Coates.
J .XI. Jli ad, New Voik, U nt the Coatee,
V W Uavld, Qwciibboio, K Is at tho
Itcv II. I lialley, Mount Vernon, N. V.,
it. ut the Coites
J. Il Dagu, Toledo, Is nt the Coites.
c 1: Walkci, I.exliiRton, .Mo., 3 at the
N w Alb my.
S 11 llionn, Hnmsulek. Mo.. U at the
ltobert VV light, -Xloimt l.eouaid, Mo, s
at me tw .xiiiaiiy
J. V, Tiioiius iiiil wife, 1'indliy, .XIo , tiro
(It the New Alb III),
Oeorgo Aldllik, I'alrmoiint, Mo., U , the
.Major Crane, of Slloam Springs, Ark.,
was In tho'tlty jestenlij.
T V. Teunge, St. I.ouls, Mo., Is at tho
Jl. II Kellei, Cdcrton, Kas., Is at tho
I,. 11 Scolleld, Chlthgo, U ut the Hotel
V Collin, Omaha, Neb., W ut tho Hotel
Vic loi la,
S. M Carter, Hannibal, .Mo, is at the
I,. T. Sheldon, Sedalla, Mo., Is at the
N H. (Ictly, Chicago, Is at tho Hotel
.Mr. T. I. Itodgeis, Ifc J OampbeU uml
P. Williams, of To(ieka, were in the illy
.Mr franklin ll.1rlr.1111, lepresontlng It.
fl Dun . Co, of New orls, U ut the
designed in the pin (
NAE PRIDE, DIRT'S
THE USE OF
Great Bicycle Race Meet,
I IS ( K I'l Itl I ( I
Ilevriiih'iMlx 591'. I'ox vtjl,7.V. at Ju-card's.
I Hill., I II
l''n 1I1 it 11 n J) .
Kill '-I 'Mi - 1 HI i 11 Jl cx-
I I 1 7 iMj v
Fa nc Horse ShovT
SEPTEryiBEK 3 to 0.
Ciruat Success Assured! ,
Seats on Sale at Jaccard's.
BOIES HOLDING U.FQ", SEASON SSI.II
SIHGLE RESERVED SEAIS .5
GESER4L ADMISSiOS 53
orricixi. i.Minit nvv imcnmi xd
nxi:itcisi:s, vionhvy. m.it i
pi,. nl.. i (,iiin,
II. T. IlivvMin, who vv is arristed In Chll
Uioibe. Mo last ,fk on Kiispitiou of hav
ing stob n a blijib from Hit Kansas City
bit tie llverv on Hast Tw'ill'th utri'ii ve -telday
(ib jilt il guilty to (ii tit laninv u
J until e Catie'K court and w.ib gi'iiieni eo to
nine tlavs III the toiiutv jail Tlu b rgn
of giaud lirciiij was wltiidiiwn KaivBon
is a uu mbi r or th.' I'niiid Slates nunx
htiitlomil tit fort Itiley, Kas. and will 10I11
bin i oiiimaiiil when Ids MUlence In llmsli. i
Haw son's fuller i mw to Kansas i'it when
be he, it. nt Ids son's trouble und pild tho
tosts at the probi i titlon.
His l runic st,ti, n,
SI. M Vln cut, of No. 3.'I0 Vine
last night until), .1 the polite that a
had be, u stolen fiom him by a ha. It
Yctciduv fori noon In gin- u h.nk
baggage In 1 1: una onli re i lum
the b iiruac, fn,m the 1 niuii di nut I1.1L
g.iKo roiiin and i ike It to his Hum. Ho
waited until 11 o'cloik list niu'ln for the
uiilval of thu ha. k dilur an 1 Hud con
eluded to get (ii'lne assistant,
sin, lllil Sol 111,',
riora (larrett, 20 51 us old. living nt No,
x West Third strei t, list night tux al
lowed .1 iiuintliy of iiKirnhliie with siil-ilal
Intuit, 'Ihe polb 1 jinbulaiici was sum
moiled und she was 11I.1 11 tu the Centril
pole station whirr IMIct .surgeon Hido
saved her life Aftei four hours' deten
tion lu the siirgi-on's room, sho was al
lowed to return home.
Ill- II mil MlllliliO.
While J Ilariiman, nn employe nf n,
nilntlm.- olllce ut Hleventh and (li.ind ave
nue, was 1 na igctl lu oiling some mithini-ry
at 7 o'clock last ulgln. his lett hand w is
iiilnfillly muiHled Ho wuit to pollco
headipi 11 teis, whera l'ollce burgeon Hyde
drcsstd bla Injur.
Ill-trli t ("mix tin inn.
Tho a1111u.1l district convention of thn
Women's ChilstUn Tiinperauco I'nion will
lio held In this city 011 September 21. Tho
Id ico ot meeting has not jet been definitely
decided upon, The district embraces Jack
son, Clay und l.ifajette couiitits.
'i'ltti 1'ratse of sozoduiit,
I.Ike the famous article Itself, is In almqst
everyhodj'b mouth. The people know- that
it preserves, us well as beaiiililes, the
teeth. Hence It Is the standard tooth wash
of tho peilod.
BhiiiDcd daily In
secure packages by
UUOUail EVSSULU Druggist.
Opposite vvuitlug room. Union depot.
If you are going to Uoston or New York
this month step Into the Junction ticket
ottlcu and see Hilton, lie will tell you all
about the rates uud the best way to get