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Till- KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY
AUGUST 31, 189,1 r
IT MAY BEJU, JBFFERY.
RiMoits Ah io -tin: iti.nntiAM.i:t
sam.x m.'m ilm tiui;.n,
LAST DAY at FIFTH and MAIN TODAY
Some ny lip Mill I'mne I rum the Denver
t lllll (Iriltlllc Doubtful till! IIMllltlS
of elelTcrj's l'rixiiprlx Otlirr
ltitllrund .No in.
And Wo'ro Coins to Glvo You Somothlng to Romombor Us BySomothln Thnt Will Touch Yout Ptiiso and Pleaso Your Cr ononilcnl I3obI!P3. Somolhlnfr Orontor Thnn tho
Oroaloat Horotoforo Attomptod-Somothlng Thnt VVI(I Weight You Down With Vnltio and Not Lighten You Much In Cash.
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Chlfnpn. AUg 30. The D.ilty New
siys "ncltvnrd T Joftert, president!
owl general inatinrer nf the ltiver &
Illo (Irnmle railway, u It understood, j
will be the president of Iho reotgniili!oil .
Atchison, Topelm Se Snnta Vc Itallvn '
"Alraut a yenr oro J. V. IlPlnhnrt '
resigned the presidency niul senior r
celvershlp of the coinpnnv. Since that i
"'"e "10 ecplv,'r, ,U11 "llldnM lii
71 innlingeil the line vltlioilt a prpnid lit i
"Vie tnrfAOf l.rta -It ltlrt II.., 1.,. . ......
ik ' .'"'' eiciiery mis nil jiit mo necn eo
roa-i jvtiieteel with tnllrond. Tor n Ions til
fo'rt& . ' he wns nssoclfttod with the Illinois Co
,. e.- ,. ,.-, ,, inn ,-i.t .lie lie- ini'ii e - e.ii
.n! rond nH fjenernl nutitajfer,"
lteeelver Aldnco r. Walker, of tho
hlpon, Toiwkn &. fkintti r, en Id to
.my "The persons who would have to
decide whether there should be a, presi
dent or not, and whether that piel
dentt If there Is to he one, should or
should not !k IJdwnrd T. delTery, have
not plvon Hip mutter, fo fnr ns J Knmv.
n, ("Itigle moment's consideration There
Is no renson, moreover, why they shntild
do so, for two or three months to come.
The company has not been teorc-anled
Not even tho tlrst steps have heen tak'it
In thnt direction. It Is nil rumor and
Topcka, Autr. 30. CSpeclal) None of
the Santa I'e .lllclals nbout Tupekn 1'
lleves In tho report that IMwnrd T
Jeffery Is to ho called to the presUhmj
of the road. In mi Interview" to- ny one
pf the most prominent of them paid ' All
ihls talk nbout certain men hnvlnp been
selected for president amounts to
nothing. Why oven the board of direct
ors has not been named yet. It Is true
n lot of prominent railroad men hnvo
their eyes on the Santa IV presidency
k'lUt It entirely depends on who the dl-
"As soon ns the now bonrd of directors
Is nnmed wc can guess pretty well who
will be president.
"Wc hear a pood deal of talk nbout
tho new president gnlnff to he either U
IS. nobtnson or Hecelver Walker. If It
Is true that these men have friends nt
" -the top, It Is still possible thnt n third
s -ji may ho chof-on as a compromise.
I... J appointment of a now president nmy
WV I I I '. much of a surprise ns the appolnt-
inn 1 t,; ., , .. A ., , ...
(. OUopn .1 T tHViJL, V-tU , IIK '" ITOSHlClll 1. L,
os, -iver.ieiiery, or ino uenver .v; i;io liianno
ort n railroad arrived in tho city this morn-
InK1 '"om tho Knst, Ho expressed
surprise when shown tho teleciaphed
lenorts that he was to become president
of the Atchison, Topeka .v Santa l"e.
"There Is nothing In It," ho said "It
is nothlri'- n rumor and this Is the
first I hn. ..rrt of it. I am Just back
from Chicago, but my visit there was
solely on lllo Grande business."
GREAT NORTHERN DEAL.
Judge inborn Does Not Seem to I'nmr Its
Attempted Control .if tho North-
t rn I'iicIHc
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. SO The r.arill
case, Involving the Gieat Northern-North-
orn Paolflo deal nn.l hundreds of millions
of dollar?, was still argued In the fnltod-
States circuit court before Judge Sanborn
to-day. Judge Sinboin c.illeil attention of
counsel to the fact that the Croat North
cm proposed to buy one-half the stock of
CS rcorp zed Northern Pacific, as veil
u -the r ,o nrnnt-pni.pt end the consid
eration -if this purchase ni the guaranty
of the ptoi'K The court ionic not ce
vvhnt other view could be tnken of the
position The question teemed to the
court to be, "Could the firuit Northern
buy the stock of this company?" mid it
seemed to the court that th" Clreat North-
rn was acting In contravention of the
Jaw when It proposed to do this.
Counsel Groves, for the Gie.it Northern,
nrgucd that this arrangement did not Rive
ine ureat :orinein owner -.nip or conrrol
within tho me minor of tho prohibitive
The case Is still being argued.
a roMi'itoiusi: Jti:.citi;i),
..JiTlin Illinois C.'iitril nn.l t'hlcaso Sottle
, , Ihclr Illllli nlllc".
vcntiChlcaeo, Aufr. SO The city of Chlcaso
. tronnd the Illinois Central road have at last,
h tl llfiftnr n. Innir pnntrnnrsv. rpnphprl nn
V I lreement In relation to the oeennanev hv
lous ron( 0f the lake front park on the
" i't of Lake MUhlKan. In ronslderatlon
si fltylf, surrender of certain triels of land
b io- 'the eltj to the road, the latter has
w itted to under taUo iinprovemenis dpslnd
jli'sni-ho clt. v.hlrh will cost the road nbout
,'Auo Oixi. These Improvements comprise
the tilling In of a KirKe portion of t,' lake
front, In order to uiaUo it sulinlile lor th.
nurnose of the city: to nlir the nii'ent
park Into what Is ipieud to be the ilnist
parlc of the entire city "isum. Tho eom
pair further nijrees to dipii.s all of Its
irn s- for a dlstnin e of about one mile.
X them four feet belon the piesent
of thft neonle oi'ir lit, trai ks and the lake
The cost of tho sea wall alone Is estimated
nt J200,0ti0, nnd tho other Improvements nt
JSPO.oeo more. The land which the city Is
to transfer to ihc road comprises1 about
seven neres, and although 1101 at pnsent
vauled nt the full amount of the Impiove
ments to he mnde by tho road, Is consid
ered by tho olllctrs of the road ns certain
to ho worth in tlmo much more than the
cu.iuii Afi.tiNir 'tin: iiiriti.iNtiTON.
Contract With ('iiiiipiiiy A Said to Molato
I At a meetlnff of the local passenger ns-
rielatlon, held yesterday morning, the Hur-
llnuton railroad was taken to task on tho
charso of having violated tho association
agreement In Its contract with Veteun
Company A, for the transimrtation of tint
body to Louisville for the (Irani! Army
a'neampment, and thenco to Atlantn. for
..&" cotton exposition. It la elalnua b
" c .er membra of tho association that at a
t yi i io it is io nuii'i reininint" wans on
A I ho .Tides of its track for tin- .ntlie h-nctti
uM s nf tho de;uesslon, to eonstruet a sea wall
j.fl fullv one mile In linstli, and to build a
Jt "tntlon for Its Mibiiihnn soivlee nt Van
f Ilureii btreet, which shall be below the
I J surface of the park. In addition to thoo
F i.I thlnRS the road has asroed to build such
' vi viaducts ns lire neeebh.uy for the passage
iiiiboi Jonjj make any contiacis for Atlantn bus.
"'J1 lness until the miestiou of rate should
?!!? lmvo been settled Tho contract between
uvr the JJurllnston and Compinj A Is said to
. have ben In violation of this nirr.enunt.
m no direct cnnrBc oi eutrrng raits nas uecn
, made against the Ilurllnston, and II. C
'7 Orr, assistant general pisaerigiraBent, nnd
v th IJurlington's lepresentutlve at the
i meeting Intlsta that ihe business was e-
' ai....I ..Un.i, na... 1,1.1 .'Inn tt , I, n .Irm.llHr.
1u1ct4 niuiuui ,t.. ii"",ituii v, ....; riiiititiii
ngreemfnt. The Hurllngton, hovvuver, was
,,;. declared guilty and may be called iion to
cuuuse uvir.'ii n iini.eii4viuii ui its cun
tract with Company A or withdrawing
from the association. The withdrawal of
the liurllniton at this time would he a
.serious matter, ns It would endanger the
illsiuiitlon of the local aareeniiit, which
. lias been In good standing slnco it was
.Vlgned tome months ago.
Via Alton & It iltlinorn Jk Ohio.
Mtcl'herson post No. I. rarragut post No.
S and George II, Thomaa post No. 8. (T, A.
rv , navo arrxiiifon to go 10 trie national
ta - from Kansas City to
vlthol hanue. lt.avinir at 5:4..
s in, Diiimuy, oei nuiurr 0, aim arriving at
.oulbvllle at 11 a. 111. September 9.
Missouri r.iilllo 'II11111 Curd Cliiugi".
A number of changes will be made In the
arrival and depurture of Slissourl raciilo
itidlns at the Union depot, eftettlve to-morrow.
Tho New York fast express will Uuve
at 1.30 p. rn.. Instead of I p. in. The Atchi
son, St. Joseph & Central Ilruneh express
will leave ut JO'10 a. in., Jnstea4 of TM a m
Tho l'ort Scott, Joplln Texas expiess
will leave at 10-20 a. m., Instead of 10 & a.
in. Too loca! Atchison fc St, Joseph ex-
tv I'.icuii 'menv at j.oiuaviiie xia me 1 nieago
, A " A' um' UaUlmore A. Ohio railroads,
ft" nnrr the committees frain thesu posts have
1 f iinuounced a sntclal train, consisting of
fcT ' t.aggage. reclining chulr and 1'ullman
B Veenlng cars.
m loulsvllle v
Read On Read
T lay th li
it iv tniti who i
ml if hn
r. I in m, n
I il fill At ' '
1 1 n i
rtv nl Pf h ni I M.nn, will be n, eiorlniis on for
i a fu 1 if re all thoiiRlit of pelting cost
'tin I t ii if ml.! rt nn( thro has been a
( hj 111 .M n s Hints In the hoilfe, but this
.1 is .K h t ihliif, dial vni ever offered by any
t ie w 1 I r If J ul know whir1- sld vnur
Ir 1 1 b 'it tons-1 !. i btiRh in 1 .Mtl to-day, Here's
win ". 'it ' w ff r vi pi Mm Su - Oin 'e of the entire
h. m ' irj SnP ou'll Pnl wh 'l i worth $-, Ul, WO, JlS or Its -and
thili nr plentv of rlulii n I'll . i h -f lli.s.i sunif-whether In
lit lit m 1 mil or hiivv vv ht I'rui e All n, C'u nwny or Hick -f
r the tifitlcs' Mini r. r m i I In coniv 'Ion with SulU that
n c iivt eVin uk half at g)oi ai til so we offer
You'll be a pruty hard felbw to
nnung tli" 1 t
Pints s i .n i The b t hn" tint over prcentrd lt"lf to
ou N'of ii p i i in 'tie vilnK it y it s rth I ss tlmn ." many nt is,
some nt (1 an 1 a f a high is $s To div the lit rt.iv nt Fifth
and Main. i mark 1 fi r a ' r!mi one n ods must be jold price
cuts no n uu, Th reforc hoi e of the entire lot any pair of pints
In the hou for
You may have seen prt s ut and knocked to pieces before, but nev
er in your who), hlsinrv up u ih c h.ivo filch brilliant offerings .is
these been brought u oiirno ice Git oureit In line to-daj the
last day will be a 11 r for tl Ue
Qoodby Forever to the Old Corner at Fifth and Main!
Time to tliinlc now of the new how best to continuo in tlio unabated n.itli of prosperity that honest mollioils unl (jooil values lmvo opeuoil up foi us to tread Krcrytlitnif is in nur f.iror ,i now storo with nn entire now stoclt;
larpcr facilities mill inereaseil ii:iutlty Imyiiifr, metropolitan einipmeiil siml rnoilern Ideas -and we propose to otert ever oil" irt inn only to retain all our old fi lends, but to mill hosts of now ones Tho opening will lie the most impress
ive nlTair of its Kind ever seen in tho West no ospense, time or Ialur will bo spared to make it notable The. souvenirs vs. 11 1 piesent a n ivelty must neoeiituii.u -thev will lie entirely five of ml vor Using matter Tho best hands of Ivans, is
City will lend their aid to charm the ear, while brilliant lights nnd oilmen cvoIIls will cheer Iho eye nnd wnnn the senses. e re pron.l of the new butldlni,', niul liavo strained ovory nervo anil energy to icniler it such a liuililiiitf that
Kmisiib City shall justl bharo that prido Watch for tho opening annouuconients. There'll bo ample reward for your attendance in w nat you see anil what you receive.
580, 502, 504
LARGEST CLOTHING STORE
IN KANSAS GUY.
Wn A Few Days for Unpacking, Marking of Goods and Preparation for Your Proper Reception and the Doors of Our Aew
rs WiVxpV,,,inrsf S3
p in and .irnve at 'i p m . Insttdl of
1. r''i p m The I'ort S n,i ,v Jophn oprcs
win iirnve at it i p m inieau or a in p in
Tho New York fan piess Mil! arrivu in
1 .'j p. in The St Jos- i.h A. t'tntril Rraneli
express will arrive at .1 I". p in , instead of
s J5 p in The mill nnd ivpiv-s will urrlvo
.11 7 20 11. 111. The f.ii mill liavlm rit
I.ouls at 3 a, m will 1 11 rv a sle. per fiom
St Louis to Kansas City and .1 coach from
oiuoAco i:,isir.it i:Air,
Other Lines Dlitiirliril l. tho Action nf the
(Irani! '1 null,.
Chicago, III., A uif. &) The lines of the
Central Trallle AssoUitlon nre still llunnnR
on the best method of meeting the cheap
excursion rate to New Yoik 111 irte by the
(iiand Trunk. Sumf. of the Hues are strong
ly in favor of the meeting of the late out
light, but the more conservative element
Is against anj sueh qourse. The dlsuisslon
assumed quite an nniiuited aspect to-ihi
rud It was with dlllleulty that two of the
mula m urn ulnliMinrrl frnm iimlni' mil
onenlv with a ralo of $13 for the round
till, to New Yoik. Nothing dcilnlto wa-,
l.Hlded unon to-dnv and tho outcome Is In
doubt generally There has bun no talk,
however, of putting rates to a point under
those made by the Grand Trunk The most
th it any of tho lines will do it to meet the
rate of $18.
A 'JKANM'Wt 'to '1111! "KAIV."
Outgo IllvUloii of tho alliM.url rnrlllo to
Chimin 1 0-11,13', ,
Sedalla, Mo , Aug. SO (Special ) W 11.
Lyons, division superintendent; J. A. 11 1
vis, tl ilnnustor, John W. Connor, toiumer
clal agent, and V. 1'. Tailty, tavellng .uidl
tor. all olllilals of the Missouri, Kaus.i.s .t
'l.'ias, left this afteruon for llolden. wheie,
to-morrow night, at midnight, they will re
clIvo the Osage division, from llolden to
lK-inki. from the Missouri I'.icllle. and torn
iiii-iu 11 thu opeiatlon of the road 101 the
The gloss earnings of the entire Atchison
sstcm toi trio moniii 01 juiy weie t.m.,
vi r7 nn tin rease of iisii.073: iho opuialing 1 X
ponses were Jl.STii.W, an Increase of Ji7l,
r,l3; the net earnings weie ?.'1C,U0, an In-
ii'iiso or s'ii,ri'.
Central Ti llllo Association louts have
be'ti nuthorUed to 11111 side trips out of
l,oiilsvllle Hepti inner u ana 11. in connec
tion with the O, A. It. vncanipment there
The trips will be made to points vvlllilii a
ladlus of SiO miles and the fare will bo one
fnio for tho round 11 lp
V nulling! nil i'erx.iiul,
Wnshlngton, Aug 3u (Sped il.) Henry
L, Hatth and wife, of Kansas, City, arrived
A DAY'S CRIMINAL RECORD.
NobUcvUle, Ind, An?, , 30. A report
teathes this (It) lute tu-nlblit ut a 1 1t.1l
slabbing aftrai ut CUeio, 11 small town
sl tulles noi th of here. The details are
meager, but It Is known tli.it .11 .1 picnic
of .100 glassblowora, .1 flee toi all llsht oc
cur 1 id, and mote than u doi 11 nun were
stabbed, somo of them, It Is feaud, fatal
K One o the Injuied was stabbed llftoen
Ati ita, Oa Aug 30 -H. A. Haas, a
well known commission merchant, of this
cltv, wai found uiuonstlous on the side
walk near his home nl I o'clock this
morning, with a bullet hole In his bod
He lingered until twenty minutes ufter 12
o'clock to-day, when he died When found
liu held a plsiol In his hand. lrt tin. weap
on hud not been dim harm d. The supposi
tion Is that he was w.ijlaid und shot from
ambush while on his way to open his
Sedalla, Mo Aug. 30. (Special ) This, city
was thrown into t-xcllemtnt to-day by .1
brutal assault upon Isabelle, the U-jear-old
daughter of I'rederlek Tuebeni-r, of this
rlt, by James Greene Thu child fright
ened the brutu und he lied Kitty armed
men were soon on his trail and ufter a
ehdso of half a mile he was captured, The
father piade several Ineffectual attempts
to shoot Greene, but was disarmed, Greene,
who Is a laborer, married, and Js eaig old,
was hmrled away from a thieatenlutl
rowd placedl In a carriage and tuken to
jail There is much excitement, but the of
lU.rs Io not think an attempt at bruhiug
w 111 co made,
Every Word There's
fit If oilr size Is not to b found
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
si I'i'i.Y or kam.i. i ni.i. n,i,
i.h; 11 r mis i:vk.
As Vnler ami l.rass Aro Ahiiuil lot t'.iltln
Ujiiili the Itiing.'H Aro Tut anil AVIlt
lie Vliirkfl.il I irl At thn
Vurils Willi stock,
Tlio men from the range country Insist
that tho number of cattle now held by
ranchmen Is shoiter than for n, number
of j ears, and the grass was never better.
That the Western cattle owners pus-lied
the marketing' ol bieeinir cowh too fnst
is Kenerallv ngieed, nnd now that they
me wanted, they .no hard to pet.
1 vnck Mulhnll. of Mulhnll. O. T. mm nt
tho yards .vesteiday and saj.s the niiin
her of cattle In the Indian Territory Is
"0 Pe Ct'M 'Imiter than tills time Inst
I year.anil ns the range Is good 11ml cattle
fat, they will be marketed close, and
theru will bo 11 still fa'te.iter hhoitage
i:. J, Hell, with Ills fntlier-in-liivv, Mr.
Morgan, was here yesteiduy with eleven
cira of cntllo from Tacomtt. Nov. Two
of these ic.u.s were the Ilell-MorRan
patent stock mis, with revolvint; up.
tights on the sldis of tho rurs to keep
the cattle from rubbing und in tilling
themselves. The cnttlo In these cars,
though traveling 1.C00 miles, v.eie land
ed In the ynnlH here without n .siiutoli
or bruise. They were pretty generally
viewed by tlio undo ,-it the inrds, ami
prnriounc. il a full success.
In siiLiiklnir of the cuttle sltuntlon
In Wjuiulnir, Messrs Doll nnd Morgan
say that tliero mo not rnoio than half
as many cattle on the ranges as 11 year
ago, and that cattle owners have got to
go to hreedlngr up ngaln In ordet to re
plenish tlrulr herds, and tlroy nre ilndiug
brceiltug cows hard to buy; LSI
uf their (.teem hero yrsterdav
nwruireil 1,101 pounds and sold at $3 70
They weto good beeves Twentv-sevf 11
were good feeders, nvi raging tS7 pounds
nnd bjought $3 10, nnd thlrtv -seven cows
uveragi( U37 pounds niul sold nl $J CI.
1J !'. Taylor und L. I- Hilggs, Nor
man, O. T weru In with cattle yes
teiduy, It 1. Lindsay, Uastmnn's cattle liuver
lieu', will leave to-day for 11 month's
vuc.ition. Ackernian will buy his cattle
for him while uwaj.
Oeorse Davis, Waterloo, Kuh , had In
J Huinlde, Moran, Kns.. was here
vesteiduy with cnttlo unit hogs.
H. H. ruller, of HennetlHvlllo. N, C:
rr.tnk Gently and I' I), Mahoncy, of
Now Oilcans, hnvo been In the clt for
seyoiul da j hi looltliiK for lunses nnd
James Quick, ltcdlleld, Kns , enmo In
jesterdny with cnttle
J. Ii Diilton, lllghlanil, Kas,, was In
leatorday with hogs.
M M Chiifae, of Now Metlco, was
lrcio csterlay, Ho coutl acted L',000
wether lambs, at $1,30, and 1,500 evvo
lambs, nt $1.25, to be delivered nt Lib
J n. Hills, Cleveland, Mo,, was nt tho
y.itds jester dny with a loml of 35G pound
Iloag- & Cindy, Lcbnuon, Kus , were. In
yesterday with cattle.
H, II. Grant, Heagle, Kns., came In
yesterday with cattle.
James Ackernian, Hume, Mo., was
after feeders ye&terday,
George Tumm. 6r, Cavvker City, Kas ,
was at tho 5. 11 db yesterday with cattle.
Smith IIi-os., Carlos, Kus., had In cnt
M. O'Laushlln, Cameron, Mo., was
hero yesterday with cattle urnl hogs.
H. McMnues, Caruevv, Kus., was In
yesterday with cattle.
J. J. Webb, Mollne, Kab., was at the
yards yesterday with cattle.
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Something of Interest. to Every Man,
Hear this avoII in mind
Wlmlovor is lefl. on our
(nbles at 10::J0 to-nii;li(
will be disposed of in lmlk
Io (ho highost bidder.
Whoever buys (he stock is
jjoing to sell" it at a profit
and maybe you'll iro (o
him to buy. How much
wiser to come here and got
all the benefit yourself.
For the last lime The
Model invites you Ion bar
gain feast at. Fifth and
Th" Mr st
In th emu
(11 li Sit
air t irn 1
h. i, - Hi r
h hi t ml
lion t take nnv tltn to th in, ''
vvlnt On. look w 1 r.'ti e u o.
Lkelv to cxici in uur m '
vv.'iKhts aniot k Ih.'tn all .
EVERYBODY PLEADED GUILTY.
Amusing s( mo n New ..rk When tin. I x-
clse ( uses ( mm. I p In thn ( nnrr
nf spp.iil S Hl.ins,
New York, Aug ?o Pour hundrid and
twenty-live excise cases were set down for
hearing to-day In. fun- Justice Jciom , In
the new court of special sessions. An Im
mense throns lllled the toiirr loom nnl
the halls leading to It whin the court
opened. The lush wns precipitated by the
Justice's announcement on WediKslay last
that all Hie liquor dealers win. would
pie id gullt to-day would be lot off with n
$21 line; that nnjonc pleading guilty
after Siptember 1 would be lined $-01, whll
those vi ho stood trial and wer. found
guilty would bo sent tor threo months to
When the couit opened Justices Jerome,
Hajes and Holurook were present
.luMIco Jiiuiih at ome uiiiioiiii.h..1 that
nil those lluuor dealers who would pliad
gulltv would bt let off with a Hue of $!"..
"All those," said Justice Jt rorne, "who
do not plead guilty, will probably with
draw. Another day will be set down for
Theie was Immediately a tremendous
rush for tin bar.
"Uon't come In all at once," cried the
clerk, who was astonished nt tho rush of
the liquor dealeis
It was like a tooth ill game nnd the liquor
men fought to ,. t llrst on tho lino.
"Have our -) ready, please," again
cried the cletk, and Immediately there wns
a rustle nf bills und tho greenbacks Were
In a shoit space of time bills were nll'd 1
foot hlph on the iKsk in front of the clerk
and he was obliged to call out for a lcsplto
from his task.
It wns said that at Imst half of (huso on
the calendar would plea I guilty, and Judg
ing by th. luoeeedliikri began, tho estimate
was not too much. At tl o'clock $l.i hid
been taken In ly the clerk und his asslet
auls. Sl big policemen had to keep the crowd
In order and they had to keep hustling.
In two hours, hefor. noon. $7 700 In lints
was received. The culler lions fi mi excls
linos for 1 lie month of August tiuiount to
$20,000 llefnrc adjourning mint 1 1- la
Justice Jerome announce d that ideas of
guilty would be m copied at 11115 time with
in 11 we. k upon the same conditions as
weie enfoued to-da, vl, $2". line.
SNARL FROM THE "ESTAFETTE"
A I'arls Paper Som Over Hm Waller Cne
S t j rt lie shoiilil llnvn Itoeii Mint
U4 it lialli.r.
Paris, Aug. 30 The llstafette piotests
against statements iniile In some of the
American pnpers r.latlve to the sentence
and Imprisonment of ex-Consul Waller,
sajlng that If !'n ii hmen sold nnn to
the enemies of the United States, Amer
icans would never minute nn) Intnf r
ence on Hie pirt of the cabinets of Huiope,
"Moreover our Hue of conduct shoul I li
ideally in irked," continued the IMnfctte
"Wo need nut p.iv illlj attention to the
Idle complaints of these American pip is
Indeed, Waller ought in have been linnvdl
utely shot for his gluing treason"
ItolKuiit Inn at UI1MI.1.
Wicliltu, Kas., Aug 30 -(Special) The
feature in thu prohibition light to-day was
the le'slgnntlon of Chief Dfteetive Woods,
He resented the request to become a spot
ter on the liquor tritlle, and told the com
missioners thut, after twint jf.us' serv
ice, he would not become a spatter for
nnjbody. Ho will leevt tho force to-moi-low,
and tho business men say they will
hire him ua an indc pendent olllcei It is
thought that other resignations will fol
low. Thu police think that tho present regime
will nor last long, und that by resigning
rhey will stand belter ut the reoigauUa
tlon of the foiee, when tho storm blows
over, The public Indorsement of Deitecilyc
Woods' course has encouraged this Idea.
1 1ds Is inn, 'loci II Id,
Indianapolis, Ind , Aug. 30 The supreme
court this afternoon declared the law
passed by the last legislature, changing
the time of electing county siiperlnrend
ents, to be unconstitutional. Had the law
not been knocked out, stventv-ilve Itc
publlcuu superintendents would have In en
elected to-morrow Instead of the Demo
crats, who now hold ofllcc for two var
If We Can Fit Yen You're In It!
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE-PROFIT BY IT.
Known and unknown lots of Furnish
ings, broken lines, broken sizes, odds and
cus, thrown on our Ijargain Tables, to
sell them at a price before closing out.
We don't care what they cost or what
they're worth, all must go in this sale.
A little left of everything and all at
figures that will stun you.
Off PANTS 80ITS.
in tl h in 1 '
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w .11 li J . J' il I
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tn in ma I nun v !
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v 1 t r m i to i it'll n a loul.l
s nil '. In tl. hit (.'inn pot an I
i , ml " 1m a h iinni. r in 1
i ! ' xoiiti in. u ii uit'- In th.
llnl urn- lirue eiioiiuh to tit thnn
r come down a'ld s. e what a
.ii f l n ni? if there s a ri".l
n t three niniiths All
i ims nil iitjlcs
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS.
V' 1 1 In
w 1 h 1 1 llin 1
In 1 Mi-- .1111 1
mil. -..! t h ot t.
1. 1S1 1 1 ill I '
t I I II l -'I II lv
I ill I !- tlk I tl cm .1
bison this .11 1 union mid
elvo.1 In liiiles
fiuni vvhli h he cannot
recover His home Is In St. Joseph.
Sidali.i, Mo., Aug 30 (Spe. lal) laun
der ltoblnxni, n prominent citizen of this
eltj, wns lnstantl killed In a pceiillar
manner on his son s tnrm, live milts
southwest of Sedalla He wns In the ait
of baiklng n luiided wagon Into the barn,
whn his head struck n crossbeam In the
door, breaking his neek,
Tort Si ott, Kas , Aug 30. (Special.) John
Yost of this cltv, wns sevi ily bitten nnel
had his hands and ui ins terribly lacerated
this morning by n 1 ouple of dogs, whl'li
attai ked him is ho was passing the house
where tiny belonged He left soon afti'i
tho occuiie-nce for Nevada, .Mo, to have
a m idstone applied
flloversv-lllc, N. Y , Aug. SO. Alvout 2
o'lloMt this morning, Shtrman l'o and
Theodoie Hi iill'Uii,. , tesldents of li lln
burg, N Y, while returning to camp from
a lishlng .xeuiMloii, In iho Adlion. lacks
near llete In llor.villt, lot their way and
walked off a bank fifteen feet high Into
the Siiiiinlega river mil were dionucd.
Their bodies were recovered.
South llench Stnten Island. Aug. 30
The body of Itoby W luiuaii, who was
dlOvviie I fiom his V uht, Adelaide, after
a collision with thesteani"! l'eiseiis, Mon
day nil-lit, was lound on Hn bench at this
place thl- nl lei noon. Time was no troub
le nbout Ideiitltli ntlon, as Hie clothing and
lewelrj Weie fllllj d.serlli d III the elicu
lars spread broadi est, and, moreover
theia were letter v In rhe pockets addressed
M11 on. On, Aug 30 A train on the
Southern nillunj. iiirr.vlng Knights of
ryimus noin irus cnj 10 jmuun springs
for a pliiile, left the Hack between Holton
and l'ope's jVnv The brmguht. ''or and
two pa-seuger coach. ttuued over. J A.
Kinn.ilv, of this eltj. and Mis. Iliimock.
of Ame rle us, Oa we ro kill. .1 and almost
every pel sou In the two coui hf s was hint
mui. or h ss seilauslj. Seveiul of them
(lie likely to die.
Cliveland, O, Aug. 30 James Ileekmels
ter fell llvo stories fiom the tup of the
World building to the sidewalk to-cl u and
w is instantly kill, d The body of the full
ing man stunk John Nh ksou, who wis
walking along the si h walk, with t. tilll.
fori e, breaking the back nnd Kith legs of
the hitler, an 1 he Is dvhm ll.cknielstei
wns engaged with u number of othei men
In placing 11 large sign on the building
The accident was caiih. d by the slipping
of ropes suppoitiug a swinging s.'illold
nuc.v.i. He, Aug So -(HiHelul) N. ir
llli.iiiislnir', wsteid.iy, thiee mill, U.i
vis, Ishuud and Joins, weie engaged In
digging a well on the liiitiu schoo!hou-.e
giounds After u lil.ut, Islnnnl ilesi-. tided
in the tub 11-. usual tu take cue of the
debits When he leached the bottom lie
wus ov.ii.oine l foul ulr Uavls v,w his
peril and went to his asslstim. , slldlr.g
down the roin t rueh him, lie nuceel
cd In I'i'itlna Ishmel lulu tho tub, bur
found there was no room fur Mm, lleall
ing his danger he grasped the rope, and
iNilIod on Jon.s 10 hoist ihc load. Jono-.
did so but the tub had 1 1 .-. n only .1 few
feet when Puis fell to the bottom nf the
well, it nl died he fate asslsinncH could
reach him Ishin. I was Insensible when
hu reaehed the surface, but recovcied,
.1 sin. Ill 1 for .lopllii, viii.
Webb City, Mo, Aug TO -(Special) Mr.
J. II S.tivc uu has In oke 11 giouud foi ri
lugo Lad sin.' 1, to be erected near the
Memphis 1 ulli dud Conn icts for iho 111 1
ihineiv have In en aw tide.! and the eiillin
woik will lie pushed foiw.il I to completion
as lapldlj as possible uu ng to his prox
lmit to lite mines, Mi Hiigeaut expects
to bo able to pay higher pi Ices for ore
than can h jul'l where It Is shipped to
Culi in S)inp iilii.r In Okl ilinni 1,
Guthrie, O. T, Aug. SO -(Spec lal) A
Cuban meeting was held nt the couit
loom to-nlsht,addrc-sed by General Twain
bley and Hon I'. O. Casslday Itesolu
tlous of sjmpathy with Cuba w.re adopted
and u Cuban Ssmpathy and llneotitnge
ment League orgauUeil io help Cubans la
their struggl. lor Independence nnd to tro
uii! senlliueut in favor of Ciibiu annexa
tion, 'Icntliiiiiny I ruin tin. lie ncli.
Richmond Plspatch: Cross-examiner
"Have oti ever had any business dealings
with Lawjer Gouger''''
Witness "In one matter onl. sir He
wus Ihc executioner of my father's will."
Cross-exarnlnei "You 111t.au the cxecu.
Judge. "No, he Uocsn't; I know Goueer."
Woman and Child
I II II
1. fit lr
Hown down diivn mirk 'hr
dnv nt 1 ifth it I ln ti dn n t
It s II''. uu-e p. iplr Ion I trir ii 1
Not one ih.tt 3 worih b than
Sp b5 eLBb
KNEE PANTS" SUITS.
. nu II nvcr 1 v" to see the day net n when or dollar will do os
inn h as li w 11 Io ill tills sale on th l.i t d.i . f THi Mo M at tho
mi -tin! 'iii j.-ifs uf Imrita n civinir nil kno k. 1 roll b one
i ri o -and hii. s ih. prh t that dot' It ( It n. or nil the ICneo
rants Suits in tho hou.se, nil fcoi tB, all stl a, all prims, Horn Jj up
ui iw rur
If there ovrr nw an olTer fit
with this one, wed like to Itnoiv
Store at Tenth and Main Will He
si Ml ) SI KV II I
( 1 - 11 ith 11. il . orner of
1111 1 nice 11 iiiuc- Itlght KiV.
Aiwill 1) 1' , l.ili.ip nn I II. v S
M iloll.n ilian. will hull the following
beivlcis Sunday school ut 10 a 111., morn
ing prayer nnd sermon Holv commuuion
at 11 11 m ; evening pravcr and bermon
at S ji. m.
The full vested choir of men and bos
under the direction of Mr. C 13 Marsh
..nt ,ki ..!,. i ,c .,1,,,., rtrtt
i" ,..'.": iSr,. ,.,." r. V ,'
Sunday morning. The following will bo
incluik.il in tho forenoon service:
"Te ileum" (Schllllim,.
"K rlo" (Hyre).
Offertory "Hast Thou Not Known?"
"Gloria In l:telsis' (Ellwnnger).
"Nunc Oimitius" (Vincent).
At the ev.nlng servlee tho choir will
' Gloila" (liuck)
"Nunc iJimlttus" (Lemper).
At thu rifth I'resbjterian church, Itev.
C II, llruc e, piislor, Sunday school at 11.30
a. m , morning seivfca at 11 n. rn.; evening
serv Ice at h o . Uu k.
Hev. L. M. Wulteis, pnstoi of Christ lle
foriincl Lpiscopal ehurch. corner Tenth
und I'ark uv.ime, bus retiiini'd from his
annual vacation and will preach at the
. ..... .... ... ,, a ... .. . U .. Cn,l..,r
lumen etc ti a. 111. cine , ,, .... ..........j-
tehool at D 30 n. 111 ; a Christian Undeavor
prayer meeting win ue ncui ut 0 -e p
At ihe l'list CouKiegationnl ehunh. cor-1
lur Lletcnth und McGee streets, a meet-,
lug of the Young I'eople's Soeh t of Cluis-
Han Lndeuvoi will be li.Id nt 0.30 p. m
Tuple, Lnthuslasin, und Vthnt It Will
Accomplish." . ..
Rev. o I' Wright will preach nt tho
Dundee Methodist thnreh morning awl j
cv nine. ,
At the Arlington Methodist Hplscopil
church, coiner of Seventeenth street an 1 1
l..h..r.e ..vemi. Hie naslor. Hev. L. (.
S.ipp'nlleld, will' preach In the morning
and .veiling. Morning subject, 'The Jour,
ruv Uf n IM " l.v.nlng subject, "The
Lord Illiiulilng Aftel Ihe Losl "
At the Seeond I'ulted I'resbyl; llin chiireh
lir James White's moinlng subject will ho
"My Voke Liisy nnd My fiunfen LIkIU"
In the evening, "Hj the Graco of God I
" At the' I'lrs't I'nlted I'rcslterlnn church,
corner Sixteenth and Holmes stieets, the
Rev. 1'. H Munh, the pasior, evill preai h
ut 11'. 1. o cioc iv a 111 ana s u cio. n p. 111
sniliji ets, "A StilMng Contrast" and
"Whusu I Am nnd Whom I Serv.."
The 1'rosbvitilun .Ministerial AHInnco
will meet on .Mnndai, SvpiMinbei 2. ut 10 11.
m, In the Tlrst i'resb'.leriun chinch, this
Ret. J. II W. Ity will preach at tho
rourth l'leslivteuan ilum-li nt II 11 m
ami 7 l". p in. Mornli g subjut, "Things
That Gnlure ' In tin v. nlng he will
pri'a.h an lllusiiuted Mimon on ihe "I'nr
iililu of ihe Talents." An Intel, stlnir feat
uie of the evening services are pulpit p.iril"
hiaphs on current events
Rev. Il S. MiickIi- will pieieli ns tisinl
nt ihe West side Christ! in chiireh corner
Twentieth und I'liiti sir. its, 111 It u m
und 7.15 p. m. .Morning sul.J.ii, "The
I'oMci of an landless Lite," eteulug sub
ject, "Contusion "
Rev. Chuiles It .Mitchell, D. I) will
preach ut the Gland Avenue Meihu.ltHt
Kplr.opal chinch at 11 a 111 on "The.
Law's I'ulllllinuii " Ar nUlil IH. MIL he II
will lccturo on "A Visit t" Modern Jeuu
suleiu." Rev. J. A. I' .McGaw, of the Llnwood
I'lcsbj terliin chuieli, will pn.11 h In tin
morning on 'ChiUi. ihe Llbeiutni," and
In the .tenlng on "The Queen of Sheb.i "
At the Rolicils ml-slou, No. H"'. Ilist
Thlid street the gospel meeting on Sundii
utinlrig will be conducted by JiuUe T
N Williams lillile school at J p. 111.
Rev Jnuus He liiu'hunanin, I'll, 1 will
speak at 1220 M.Geo stin't at i p. in Sun
day. Subject Ibv reepiest), "How Do You
Reconcile ihe Teachings of Spiritualism
v)lli tho Doctrine of Christ Conccinln
thu Divine spirit-'" Tho celobiutid me
dium, Mrs Cawing, of W'ashlnMon D- C,
will ente rialn the uudlence after the lect
ure hj giving her wonderful rests. AH cor
dlully Invited. Tho ill' teasing sUe of audi
clues will force the futiiio meetlugs Into
u public hill. Duo notice of change next
w et k
"Tho Missing Links Rctween Huropcnn
and American Luthcianlsur" will be itev.
J. M, Cramer's subject Sunday morning at
11 o'clock, ut Pirst Luthcrun church, cor
ner of fourteenth ind Cheiry striets.
There will bo u sriecial musital serticoat
Trlnlts chureh Sunday afternoon at 5
o'clock, with u short addivss by the rec-
in Every Syllable!
v il i
ii t I oi r th" St t
ii tl i t I -I iy i'
Hit" u I s t
i .Ik lllli ulic in th
nil in in rv
I'cc the rirlo
. f .V'u hat in the hnue
v it huti tin-. . . . n i n tf winter,
not one that J oil i .in t havi. for
to be mentioned In the pame breath
500, 502, 504,
LARGEST CLOTHING STORE
IN KANSAS CITY,
Thrown Open Io the Public
i t ir, It
! It Til' t I nil
111 . "- Til
I ui it 1 t
in , mui 1 n
ill! ill 1 'I
Kl.it 1. Lull. II w II
lormi NiikI. .nth and N 1 II 111 I M
lug siihjei 1 'What We Should in 1 v 11
ing, " Vn I'liiuisweiAlili' yiietloii "
At the. Second I'r. shv t. nun iliuich It 1
II. L' Jenkins, l'l, will pie. i.h in
morning at 11 oclo. k, also In the .i
at I 01 lock
At Southwest talKimule, Twcmv n r
t unci jeueisu'i. ccev encues iv.1 .e
Preach in the moinlng on. 'itul.l. -I
uiir Chinches" In the t veiling
Meaning of the Labor Movement '
Hev. W. A. Quilt I. , li U , piesior .if 11.
Independence Ave nut' M. U chunli w 11
preach to-inonow nt 11 a ni , an I s
111 Class meeting. 10 it tn.: Suinlaj - I
.'.SO p. in, Lptvnrrh League, 7 p 111
Hr. George II Combs, pastor of
Sixth nnd Prospect Chrtsti.ni dim h ,
till Ills pulpit us usual lo-moitott in 1 -ing
Morning subject, "How ,Mui
Mude Righteous," evening siibjei t I
Conscience in JJusIness, l'olitns and I -liKlon."
Itev. Horace C. Stanton has renir 1
from his vacation In the Lt-t, ami tv
occupy his pulpit ut Ihe Kiisl I'leslni ti
chun h tomoircw nioiuinir and 't.'
as usual. The morrlng siibje. t vtii 1
"The Armies of Our Thoughts," tin 1
Ins, "Fiom Scarlet 10 Snovvj White
At the Westminster rresbvlcrinn . Inn
coiner of Tenth and Central site. 1
pastor, Rev. W. 1' George. 1 ! 1.1 1
will iiii.ai.il on subjects upproptlutc t. I
boi da. Th morning siiblect will I
"The Rich unci ihci I'ooi . How Cun I'l
Come Together''" The (list of the nisn 1
.t.nltig seitlces for full and ttlnt.i w
bo In id nt l o'e loe k The siibje. t . t 1
. tenlng sermon will i, 'The Uo-id i
nlng sermon will b. The ejo-il
Wurk,' a Pennon to vt, ire 111 11
Ruv. J. W. Love, of St. I'auls Reform 1
chinch, le,ji, Ctntial tin e't. will . .11 1 (
woishlp .11 11 a. in und b 11 111, mum ,
sul.Jec I, 'Hungeilnif and Thlrstllu, V
nits lit cousin ss, evening. "Haltiiu- I
tit em Two Opinions" Sunduv s. li .1
U.ir n. in : Chrlsiliin Undeavoi at 7 1 p u
xj,u servlics of the Church of 1 In
(Scientist) will be held nt tho Coates op. u
huusc! at 11 a, m
At the Hc-foirneil I'rcsbj terlan chi r h,
17 15 Suinmit sin it, the morning mu t
will be "Hssenr litis of Soul Wlnnei- in
the evening them will be a cons, in
meeting of thu Christian Hndeuvor o 1
Rev. Dr 15. T Smith, pasior of th' f
mlt Slieet Methodist Lpiscopal . Inn
will imaeh In ihe morning ut the 'I a.
nael", eornei of Sevent. .nth nnd II
streets'. A meeting fur lue 11 only vim
h-ld at the sume placu nt 3 o clock 1 '
It will he 1 ciii.liK ted by Htang.llst II,.,
Ingurner, Then will 1h seveiul u l.ljx
bj business ui. 11. Tho cianteli-t vt
preach ut night Sabbath s. iiud .. 1
Chilstiiu Rnd.atornt thoT.iberni It
At the Slemorlal Lutheran chunli. Six h
street and Trae y uveiiue, iheie will o v
1. morning and evening b) the Rev I r
Petwllti, of (iinaliii. Neb Sundaj s. h t
ut 10 13 o'e lo. U Young people s met
In the evening at 7 o'elock, subject. Li
At tin Clrft 1'nlvetsallst church, 12 0
Lust Nil! lb street, there- will be mnseci 1
tlon seiv.ee 11 It cc ni cciiiducted by li-o
)oung ie .j I. ' Cht tun t'nton. Sund iy
sche.ol at I' o I k
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
I rute Crape Cream of Taitar Powder. Free
iom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
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