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- .$ KANSAS CITy JOURNAL SATUIIP" um:vrnmi ifttfi
TI1H KANSAS CITY JOUitNAL. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1895.
Priests of Pallas and Carnival
SHOULD BY ALL MEANS ATTEND THE NEW PALACE CLOTHING COAiPANY'S GREAT
S I H3 I The Bargain
bT Esm Eb n Carnival!
THE MOST COLOSSAL SALE EVER ATTEMPTED BY ANY CLOTHING HOUSE IN KANSAS CITY.
HiailT JN THE FiEGlNSJNU OF THE SEASON WJl EN O PPONFNTS REVEL IX PROFITS We cut loose from the usual
order of thinrsund announce a tale 1ltat in Matjuiiude and low Prices will make them (faze in. amazement. We want all of
Missouri and' Kansas to act the benefit or this Carnival of Jturffuins. $ J HO ,000 Stock of matchjess outfittinas we offer in, this Sale at
prices ncrer before qiwt d for (foods of equal merit between, lite oceans A ONE DARE NONE CAN NONE WILL MEET TllEbE
JN CO M FA FA Jl L IS I A L UEsTll E ,N 1J UN It EA FJ)- OF LOW PRICE S.
SALE BEGINS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. DON'T MISS IT!
I' LA J
M ii ,- All W-o.it Snck ind Fio-'k S'ilt or a'l
Win. I. M.xi.l hii. I Fate Cheviots mil C.iss.? n flfl
Inn.-. ...! w.th S.lk. MTW lilt (I, ..U' tiUU
ii :."... ......"". .'.. .
Mm" Smt Made of A Wnii. . , ill i,t
weaving; iimii, (-Kini' r mil Ch vl.,t
.. ii i,t
s iiuic uii.i in. ibi.- ni-MMoii, alio it., i.. V L?i OU
in- lv nui'li' mil tr.iinl. lut.-t fa.-hi .-i . A fl
Usual lt'tull prho Is $10. Challenge IT' . WU
Mi tr. lit.i'-k hi .ivy Oven-out", .vj In h.
long: I'lnl.I Cns.-slpvre Litilnir, iiNu - I for" nn
scrvlc.-ab'. nt. r--.he km.) tt.it iv.-i.t'I U i UU
nut- iron. i suai n-Inll pihc J7 n "tin. -.14 I
bnttc I'rl c .UrJ
Sli'ir.- All W.il KVry iiikI Ileal. iHcr
uit . in after Hi.' r-ithimi. ! ncl with k ..xl
I inner- i.itin, i ulnrs, l;i,i k, 1;
mi. i. iiimi i-i, irn iii f-Ii.i. ri-'.t S'ortn
i tier, iiunli. for rlurabillty iin.l w ninth
Usual retail pure Is JK.i. I'lmllPtiKi' ITi. e .
Men's nnc Si:ll. I'ltio Chfvlots In Ill.ick
atnl '.olnts; n.- iIP tit Caslnnrt Hi Clifi'kfl
nn.t Solids; tine IS oz. Import. -d H!a-k I'layp
Worxlfls; nil in all fixhion; m.Tli' aiitliji
llni'l p.ir t'i-.l.ii n, fxuiil rotnll price Is
5;,'i. Chillili;i. I'rl co
100 iltrfiTont klii'l of ovopconts, any tyli
ntiy rotor, any inaki ; of pure All Wool
Fltip Krloisw, HcoviT, ICorscy, Melton atulO
Pnlneiiiltu: iii'iil" In f'.-Mt-cluiw fnxhlon In
Inlnul rial ll... Irlt.1 Inllnl-U n I till il ITu.
ual rut.ui price lj. Challenge 1'rlce
These vali'cs can not be equaled.
Men's Seml-Dres-s and I'rofeslonol Suits
male or lloj.il 71 02. I)liu;utial Utaelc
Wor-tnl; cut in. Sack and Ili--i-nt Troek:
beautiful Twer.ls and Cheviots; unlltilslioil
Wcir.it. Js In ld.-i'lt and Hlues; lined with
line farmer mil.n; nlim with llluck
Worsrli-J. l'uul retail price Is 1S and KO.
Challenge l'ricc .,,
TO style." of very" fine Overcoats; lloyal
Kerrey, Auburn Meltons, Genuine Dublin
rrleaes and Clennany CHImlillbux made In
the hi'lRlit of fas'.louj suit tiny Kentleman
of taste. VnuaJ retail value J1S and !20.
livery KMrmeut lltted to your form.
MEN'S FINEST SUITS.
The IlMt Is none too Rood for you. Wo
cannot describe ntul do Justice to the many
beam. ful fabrics In th"o truly maB-illl-rent
Suits. Hut sufllce to Fiiy they cnnnt m
be found In any but hlKh class tailorini;
estnbllshtinnts, who ask you 10 and .V) yj
for their eriiat, fsual retail price Is
ajl J30. ClialleliKO l'rlce
HEN'S FINEST OVERCOATS.
Men's Finest Overcoats; very superfine
make; they do a hlch art tailor pnmM, Oiey
nre the m me of perfection, evn to the
Kvcry garment prcssod before leaving
m me of jierfex'tlon, evn to the
iletall; arc the newest fashions; TV "V Jf
inent tirade, trimmed and talloiil H ff gf
. The tailors' pnuo Is W0. t sual & U 3 8i
ce $3 and 30. Challcnce l'ricc . . B !1 S W
All Wool Heavy flsters, Rl Inclif-s r.r fl
Iniiif. iiual retail price, JS; chal- ,S,) I II I
lciiKc piieo J,uu
II Wool Frieze T'lsters, 51 Inches c-f -A
Ion;, larRO collar, usual retull Nh Hi I
price, JI0; ChalletiBe price 0VOJ
All Wool Frieze T'lsters, 51 Inches r, i
Verv excellent Chinchilla Irish
. ncze linn Meimn listers. .".(! ,-.
i'ze nun .leilon I'lstei-s, :,C ,,n - A
";?. 1v,"K: ",",'1 ro,a" '"' MJ.oO
Challenge pilce vt"ww
lli st Imported Cloth I'lslnrs,
num.. in lai.'si raslilons
.iu,u reinii price, ;n; Chul
; 8 J 450
.0 1'ants of Scotch Tweed, good
wmring iiuMinrss l'ants
r.tnil pilce, 5100; C
All Wool Casrlmere l'ants,
French wnlstbaml, llnelv mild":
usual retail pi Ice, iZ: Challenge
Fine I)i ess Troupers of all wool
Worsteds and Casslin.'H s, neat
ilTeet: usual ictnll price, jr.;
Very Hist Dr. s Trousers, l;Uil
high class tn'lors ask $lu and $12
for. Iln-Ht fabrics; Challenge
tu, hki. " I
r; usunl rt-1 .1 y
liouble llreaxted Suits, ages I to
r., neatly made, splendid vcar
ers; UMial retail price, J-.j";
Chnllelige price .;.;:
All Wool Double Itrcasted Suits,
ages 1 to If., reinforced seat ami
knees; tetnll price, J3; Challenge
t'peclal line of fancy Junior bulls,
ages 3 to S. prettiest designs of
the season, elegant range of
colors and pallet ns, usual re
tall prices are It and Jj; Chal
lenge prke ,
All Wool Combination Hubs, ages
I to 15, double breasted coat,
two pants and cap to match;
usual retail price, So; Challenge
5i Uiizen Soil and Stiff
llais. siviii itueU. silk
itall prlc n.bo: )),)(,
Challengu price t"u
i! 0 liv.cn .--olt anil St"
Hit. In all tie l.net
h'm k. inn.il relail price
- .:t liul- fel (Hi
l.ii.'c prl.e . '-' 'iv
Hoys iwt Crush Hats
rei.nl prim 51. .-11, ,
I 'llilerj.. pni-i. JWt
Hoys' tlnu nine. 1 am.
reia . pri!-' nui ; )
t a lenge rii
Kxira large shape,
even cue mulu from
sill; that U uiiially put
tu .1 Wc tio, worth driuDle
a 11 y ot her i'fte i) "
tie sold In Kan- 'A,
sas city. "Jj
Latest and finest N'ecU-M-.ir
- spci.il 101 for
t'.i nival Weill - mad"
br It I.jrew&fo..l'..ris.
the ilti.'i.t yon ever saw
'1 li-y ve sulci foi 51 cO
ami 1 wi- - A
Peruy Itiubeil Undcr-
1 wcar, form lilting-, purl
yWjivool, tiieil'iuin weight;
I 1 Koyal Itiblicil Natural
jt.'uoi uuiierivcar, UMiai
rr; retail iirico $1.50; ()On
choice ut fJOVj
Fine I'leoee-lincd Utiiler-
wear, retail price f A
il; ohoice at 0J(j
' Wl; CAN' MIT ANYHODy
Made out of glass, SxlO, repre
Bonting a "Moorish Scene." A
boautilul transparency get
to take home.
83 95 T
I J j
1W nil wool fancy Cape Overcoats,
plaid nnd rolltl colors, very sty- r.Q tA
llsh; usual retail price is SI; (&,tJJ
500 Nobby Heefer Coats, ages 1 to 15 years,
an newest tasmons,
Prices way below others.
Boys' Suits and
Boys' Mack Cheviot single ana
double breasted Stilts, also Mel
ton Overcoats; usual retail 0
price, $S.0O; Challenge price.
00 different ot Hoys' Suits and
Overcoats, single and double
brcastad styles, made of very
best fabrics, all shades, of
which usual retail price is $10; Qw KH
Challenge price tjp.wu
We can stilt the most fastidious.
o nin 1 o. t excpnc,
the best White Shirt 111 the
U. S., eNieptlug none, CI
Men's and Hoys' Uutlug
Shtrn. in fancy cheviot
aud ptrc.iles, with starched
collar and ciKfJ. W dlllereat
styles, regular "5c value,
Cha lenge Sale Price.... 3.
Gent' Flue Pi-rcale ami
Kugil-h Madras Shirt", with
collar .ittached. and (Join,
erx' best Percales, with two
collars and oue pair cnflu
attached, 2i) design to se
lect from, worth up toil "5,
Challenge Sale Price. .."He
Adler-s American mke Doeskin
and Undressed Kid Walking
Gloves ad shades, usual flf
prlco I1.5U, Challengo iJOij
lifltlFPY (IratV l'"lne Cotton
nuoicnr. nM jioso, In tans,
browns and llermsdorf, guaran
teed fast black, double heel 1A.
aud toe, wotth Oo, Chal- XJVj
lenge Sale Prlc.
Gents' Superfine Maco Cotton
Half Hose, warranted fait colors,
In tau. browns, modal and llerms
dorf. absolutely Usl blaci. high
spliced doubla heel, sole and kJT rt
toe, and a great value atfOc. n)Ll
Challenge Sala Price .....
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j . .
"?m-' as-&sr &(s xai &y .slrzT -.. Niajg &stB a " & & &rfj as say
100 niaclc nnd lllue
with cape, cut extra long-,
double te.vturo, rem
forced scams a coat
usually sold for Sfl and
i'O, Challenge, Of
Price :. f)0.0&
Men's Uluo Perce, Cabsl- a
T1u( n.llflnl MnnWtM.r.l - ii
iUtiu-uilVU tHiar-mUISKl'S, (JJ.
tr.i long, tlnu Urea coals
ahvays sold at. riO r A
In order to rrduce the expee of niai.j
de-lnng to att.-i. i the l'liesM of 1'jll.is and
Car. .ual, . will r. 11,111 oiii .'.1 1 all
puri-liasi s of 515 or mure within a r.ilius
of 75 mlU-s of Kansas Cli.
price to all. 909-911 MAIN STREET.
Oun DOORS nre open to welcome all;
our enterprise Invites the Banker, the
Merchant, tho Farmer, the Professional
Man or tho ilcehanic everylwdy to look
us through. While we are not egotistical
enough to say you never saw as good
clothing1 store as this, we are proud enough
to declare tliora Is no better in America.
Remember, you will not bo asked to buy
a cent's worth; everybody is welcome here.
1 4rti rnstar4tv"WHLm
THE PARADE OF FLOWERS.
PU'Tflti.' ni 1:
Mil mi:i 1 nit
I t I.MJAY.
Ctcncrul Marb.il Sollhuii' OrtlcrriWlio
Ulll Ho In the. Carriage!, mid WI1.1I
'I liey Will W11r Tin! Itariilinl
The directory of tho Kansas City Kar
nivai Krewe lias issutxi ollleial and torn
jite aiuajur.eements of the orders of
n.4.r ) to be folloiveii by .tho llcmer iiarade
ca iui.Jay, Ovtober 1, and1 the Kanilval
I am .. on Thtirv-d.iy, October 3. For th
flow 1 jM.radf Grand Mamlial Sullh'an has
f'on.pli-t-1 the list of his aasbttant mar
h mis and nld and Issued tho rules ylrlefh
will ,'..ern the parade.
Tin- older of paiade will be aa folloivs:
1'iu'ion of ioIui
Major and inUce commlulonors, ia car
nagt. 'ih.rtl IU-Blment band of ICaresas City.
Ijlri . tors of K.xrn.vul tirewo, mounted.
Or.11 .1 Marj-Tial Jijhn Sullivan, aisom
pan.. il by the folluwlng utile; Frank
Akew J.tmea Woo.., John SUl'tnlltll, V. It.
R, .u...iiitr, Y. I'. Uorlatl, M. AJjer
and 1. in lib' Stewart, laetiil.r mid jtreni,
"CIl'Op.'lllll'S Hinge "
No. I.-.I. S. W. I. b, Xli.-s." IMIth Welch,
Mn French, Milli- 11. ecber and Ollte
Nichols. , ,
No. liV-Mry. F.V.". Flato, Misses Ida Ham
ilton, lsabelle Ashley and Mabel Flato
III. . "Tho PtiiWiT of the Olobe."
No. 17 Mioses Ada Simmons and Flavin,
No. lSYllham A. Wilson. Mesdatne
Sam-el Ayres, Walton H. Holmes, Daniel
13. Holmes, William J. Woosley and Shan
non C. iMiuglass, white, green and pink.
No. IS Mr. mid Mis. Fred C. Gunn, horsu-bael-
violet nnd white.
No ill Mrs, Harvey Hhodes, Misses Myr
tle Klmberlin, tllrdle Hewson, Maude
Haines, Uiunt Drennon, Ttws Tempter,
lliiiicl Rhodes, Floy Brldgeford, black and
No. SO Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv W. Uennett.
yv-s Iaura Fr;iaer uml Mlis Barzon, white
No. it Mrs. Walter Halllwell -in I Mrs.
W. J. Kiv.et. white nnd pink.
No. 23 Mrs. George Burse, MKes Sue,
Stella and Alice Harse, red, white and
No. 23 Mrs. K. M.DcWeese. MIsscb Kith
ryn Baxter and Mary DeWeese, and an
Infant, "Flndlnc; of Moses."
No 21 Mr, It. II. Prijtir, jrolden rod.
No, 25 Mrs. Kirk B. Armour, Watson
Armour and Kntherlne Bobs, pampas gras
No. 2UF,ilwln Itoiil Mosher, yellow and
rsd, ns toreador, on pony.
No. J7 Mrs. A. A. Mosher. Ivathryn Sni
der, Willie and Mario Merrill. Murion One
and Itii'lianl Boliertsnii, In court costumes;
Brie Wilson as Cupid; Dorothy Wllfon. as
t'-airy 011 r.nc norses, piuii, ivso ana mac.
r..Ltr.y, Walter Brown, V. S. HalUweU, ' "A fto Court."
w"1? w" C' HoT ,f 'MC,t i - ";' '"'-'" """' KatH
we.!. U. C. Bo.-,t. U. a Merrill. C. S. No. 2S-W. A. Or-vn, r. d. yellow tint
Curry, K. P- Scvtoii. gru'ii; Autumn.
Dr. C lister Hall, ni.ir.-hal iHvlslun of No. 23 Mrs William I. Bner
private etiulpaBea. accompanwd b the Tol- P' "n' l''",',t. H'V S"" Jennie r
1 ni. i,.i..i- u.i-rv i.,.v 1.' iiii,. I lavender, pink and white
1 w.ng aides. Il.uo LIocK, iu. SliaullKr, v0 .inAii'S L'harl itl Wii
I.no .Mii.-he.cte, A. J. Kvaii. ItoJph Ingalls, I L,Vla jlaTkr Cnar,,Ue """!l
Ja) .Marty, Jules Uowiiburij, Mawm Deal.,
C J. Hubbard, Bart i'lxve, Thornton Io
scy. Mason Peters. J'J. A, Krauthoff, C.
Krl.lgeford, Alb. rt Pearson, James Cra-v-es.s,
1:. W. Taylor, G. U. Hnry, Kdward
Iti.l. nour, Marvin Ga.te, Jihn P. Wtthtrm,
William II. Baer and sons.
No. 21- Allseeu Pll'lllni Ai'nol.f II mtlin
Batterton, Mary Woouuiue, y'Wovr nnd
No. 31.-MIS8 Nina
No. 82-Mr. anO Mr. Tom J. Broadnnx,
J,""v,lL1.',n!Br . Meriwether and Ml Jes.
sic Orlllltli, yellow nnd red; nhell liaped
. UUUM ,
I-;. .M.'.nur, hoc- -l.a. k.
M. Bl.lge, yellow and blue.
'. K. Turner, )i Kentucky
No " !- .1
No. :,l-.Mi. 1
No. . Mrs.
No. .Vi Float of Emery, Bird, Thayer &
Co., Misses Penelope Hall, Pearl Ketcham,
Elizabeth Gentry, Annette Perrln, Maymo
I'enin, Lorette Itlchardson, Fannie Bss,
Miss Woods, Gi-orgette Jiines, Advlo Jones,
MihS Gilbert and Carrie Sayros,
l,enge's band, of Kansas City.
Frank Lott, marshal of horseback divis
ion, accompanied by the following nides:
William Wrbb. Burd McO.irvey, Lloyd
Cochran, Samuel Hough, II. D. Ashley.
Itiders In order assigned by committee o
Rose band, of Kansas City.
S. G, Gunt, marshal of tlorlsts division,
accompanied by the following aides: Jaber.
N. Jackson and V, W. Mather.
Florists' tloats, as assigned by commit
Smith Military band, of Kansas City.
George P. Gross, marshal of business
tloats, accompanied by the following aides:
It. I. Pearron, Daniel Saunders, W. C.
Scarrltt, J. G. Itompel, J. N. Leonard R.
A. Long, Frank thus, F. P. Fuoss, John
O'Grady. W. T. Stark, Charles Hunserford,
P. 13. Burrough.
The business divisions will be as follows:
No. 1 Wellt.-Fargo Kxpres Company.
No, 2 The Chlck-Pru.it Floral Company,
No, 3 Holland Shoe Company, lloral shoe.
No. 4 Kansas City Implement, Ve-hielo
and Hardware Club.
No, 5- Spalding Business college.
No. C Model Clothing House, bicycle de
No. 7 Kllet Bros. Shoe Company, minia
ture shoe store.
No. S Helplngjland Institute.
No. 9 Snoagrajs Drug Company,
No. 10 Burlington road.
No. 11 Blue SpriiiBs Milling Company,
No, 12 G. W. Strope & Co.. nlanos and
No. 13-John S. Clark & Co., hatter.
No. U J. H. Roberts, baker.
No. 15-C. J. Rudd, furrier.
No. 10 ll. Mooney, llnuors,
Feneibles drum corps of Kansas City.
Chief George C. Hale, marshal tiro de
partment. Fire department.
Kvory applicant grunted iidmUslon to pa
rade will he mailed n card of admission to
I"":,,, 1 K'vl"g uivision una nuinuur mere
Wili-am Grilllth, Pi. Stuvart, W, M. Wit.
zcl, J. C. Grei-nman, Herbert Hartley, No. 83 Captain and Mrs, ,. I. Smith nnd In. Tliln card musi be pieentil by IM
Hugh Ward, Frank Sioller, A. D. Shauf- "' ainlth, yellow. . o'clock to secure proper place In parade.
for. Robert CVme, Frank Gutes, Waher I r.fi?'a,'-,' "?''" Jar C, Jraa and ' , BV PIJf'"e wil move prpn ptly at 2
Wkson Dr LanBsJjJe Fred Mnnuw S'or,,not' Hower and Udn.t Coleman, fall o'clock, the slgnul therefor l.-lllg a sky
jachson., nr. i-angsaaje. t-rea ,iioiruw, (lowers. " rocket, tired at lh corner or Fourteenth
Paul MavlK'tte, iiatln himpion, James 0, j,v-Mr. nmi Mrs II II Aminr.nn i1"'1 Holm streets. J'urtle who enter 100
ItoUrts, John Mereiitch, Joseph Denny, Misses Hebe Wood and Marthn i Ilrtrnt iTlnk "J'0 " gel carus ot niimission can secure a
Henry Fa.on, Freil HuitiB, G. V Miller . an'1 isreen, vines and wreaths. ""' place nnly by application to the eouimltuo
IS Lu Dr. T."d. 'aHiok Tt B0r,'-lfnSnVli-S.g"IM- W. r&Wroif,1..60 f ,'0U"e,m, ttM
Gilbert. Allen Logan, Brmtno Case, T. M. NuS7-Mr2.r l:v,l'ry conveyance bearliiB a card and
Spofford, Dr. Abbott. K. N. Powell, Arthur and Mr. and Mrs. LodiUdsi-. American 'JilWV'J'Ui m".8J' J",ve "'V"m1
Masher WiRnrd Douglats J ii 1.1111b Beauty rose. ". 011n11.an ght headstall of plT horse a card healing
This is the list of Hie carriages ami their
Leader of llower parade, Willliim J. Pen.
ton, Leavenworth, Has., tally.h'i
No, 1. Demon McCurroll and IMwln
Harris, blue mid white.
No, 2 Misses Kittle and Jennie Johnson,
yellow and white.
No. 3-WlIliam Riley, El.y and Will Jtl
ley, May and Helen Gentry, toadstool,
No, t-Mr. nnd Mis. William M- Martin,
red, while and Blue, white ea!e.
No, j Mrs. Hurali W. Couws, white,
green and yellow, v.uter nymiiti.
No. le-Jlw. itlchai U W. Duke, AIeduui&
J W. Party and J. T. Taylor, Miss Martha
p. nlletoii and Duke Needham Parry,
.wnerican Beauty ri).
N. tf-MIss Hue Beeves and T. Iv. Wane,
I 01 chuck.
No. 7 The Misses flruns. blue Bowers.
No. -Muster William Wallace Cruteher,
.0. 'J 3ir. vi uuaiii nuiiiH, iiuri, riwi
I cell ui 1 v,
and Willie Huttiij. mi
NoJ0 Mi. uni Mi P1.1l Huttig, .Mis,
j. a. lioimes ami .iiu
Holmes, all colors,
No. ay Atra. .Tetmla n,,r.u,. r..i.ni
Ikmr,,!.. lV,...T" 1..,. ""'I'"" ' eiioei
V., o. l...ln ,,
Alt bearers of curds to division TCn 1
me pollute equipiiKu division, will leport
No. 40 M. 11, In. ,iea ii..r.. .. , ,. ,-. at I'ourteenlli ami Harrison streets, to
..... .Tr - -... ...-..,. .. 11,111 ... 11. ......,.. , . .,,....,- . . ,- ,- . ."
aierriii. .misi .Maigaret Jones iiii iiL rnurs 1111, jur uiiecijon tor iigui place In
oocii iviiiv. or . .loieo 1, wh te inn! nlnlr i""'"" ,,
No. B-Wllllam M. Aberiiathy Ca nnbidi u iwrlles In private ertulpnge (I vision
CfirlKtoplier and Celia Alienist! y iKlti fvh?"ui cara?t,(,",rf: Iwtween 1 and 25
and wheat. '"'"' iwinuw Inclusive will be aliened per number pu
No -is w r viiArr,M(i... ,..., n .. Campbell street, north of Fourteenth
cl lldreii 011' sadiile horl1'l'rm.Mr'?iYan str'tl; ,A " oen SS and SO liicluMve. on
ca la lilies whlii aK ..i f1'"'" ,"e"' t-ampbel street, south of Fourtieuth; all
No 43-'lllbiiM 1 Jbii,f,ref.V,.,,i r. . iK'twsen 50 and 75 Inclusive, on chailotte!
nml vhVs i fi niiil T.'n'Wl1;,),"11!"1' !u,',l stieet. north of Fourteenth; all upward of
Brein and white ioJ b'l "i1" Ki,"'' P1"1''' ra' ' ". otte street, south of Fomleei.ih
ten- e l.i.xond name of owner will be ad
mitted. Ll.-T OF 1'BIZCS.
The list of pi i7.es Is:
For the haudromtst turnout, Italian
marble group, "Cupid and Modesty."
For the second handsomest turnout,
For handsomest double carriage dec
orated with natural tlowcrs, chocolate set.
For handsomest double carriage dec
orated with artillcl.il llowers. Delft
For handsomest single carriage deco
rated with natural tlowcrs, uieKieii lamp.
For handsomest single carriage deco
rated with artificial tlowcrs, pitcher.
For carriage exhibiting the most beaut!,
ful design, Vienna vnse.
For the best decorated tally-ho, bust,
For the beBt decorated pony cart, driven
by girl, watch nnd chain.
For the best dei orated pony cart, driven
by boy. wnteh and chain.
For bet decoraud saddle horse, ridden by
gentleman, a stein. ....
For best decorated saddle horse, ridden by
lady, bronze bust.
For best decotat. d sad.lle horse, ridden by
girl, souvenir spoon.
For best accor.iti d saddle horse, ridden by
uoy, wuien ui.u cuain.
For the mitil t costume worn
lady, sugar and cream bowls.
For the nattiest costume worn
T7ai- tU. nattiest costume WOrtl
girl. 11 years or under, Brownie cup and
For tho nattiest costume worn by a
boy. 11 years or under, silver links and
For' tho most awkward aide, Austrian
broiiKO group. .... ,
For the most awkward director, bronze
statue, "The Gnome."
For the finest appearing horse, Austrian
pitcher. , , ,
Vt-w Company have been appointed the
ofilcial rhct. riraphers of the li-iwc-r pa
rade. Bopresf.ntaUves' of both Mr. Diiviil
son nnd the view company will be on
haiwl at Fourteenth and Harrbon stieets
from 11 o'clock until 1 o'clock on the day
of The parade. A'! participants in the pa
TOrtc Who desire photographs cf their equip
ages may Lave them taken befoie the pro
cosslon moves. ,
ClVotVu FrenciS , rflueknev Vueif, I'.'i a,? All horseback riders of second d(v
Durfee and Si fry 1 iulie MeGrSw ii?rii? wl" allsM on Hl"e "" "'' 'l
anil lellow Louise MtGraw, scarlet unit 1 sti.et. ieHiriing to inarsha
alio 1 now. ;Fouiteei)th and Holmes streets.
., r T, :.-.". ..o h. i ,e,i tiuu .r- 011 uusiuess uoais win at gn on cuerry
nest Jl; ndereon, sun lowers ' stre'et, norih of Fourteenth street per
1 1 , AviMI" Maud llilllker and Mr. I omnber given by committee, mid will re
Lloyd ixtrliruu. luirselMrk, rl. ixut to marshal at Fouiteenth and Cherry
No. lb Mrs. 11. l. l-'r.'iucir riml Mlua P.inl. .11. .fiiu
W. K. Hull, yellow and
No. 11 Misses Georgia Strope and Clem
11. le Keel, yellow a: .) sum, Pinasus.
No. 12 Mi. an.! Mis F. P. Smith, Misses
Bairlgar. pink and white
No. 12 Jewell Smith anil Miss Bva B.
Nute, bor-. l.aik
No. 13-Mr Charles A. Pugsk-y, Marie
Fug-iley and Ss.iuy ami Mignon Holiins.
Sn It Ailllain J Smith. Wiltluin !' Ker.
tan. and Fannie Smith, aud Faiiiik Stoller 1
Ine Davis, pink and white.
No. I7-Dr, and .Mrs. T. J. Beattle. Mrs.
McDonald and Miss Chote.it!, red ami
No. IS-MIss Grace Herger, yellow am
No. 50-Miss Minnie Hule and Miss F.s
telle Bot'om, roses, lilies, violets, chariot
No. Bl-Mrs. U. Ii. Shllllto, Julia Brown
Shllllto and brother, sunllowers, Japanese,
No. S3-Mr. and Mrs. 13. F. SwInney.Mrs.
K. it. Thomson, white and green.
No. j. -Dr. I-'ijuI. I). Akew, horseback,
WllllO Uilll jmuk
The lire department will align on Cherry
street, on south side of Fourteenth street.
I'non the parade stalling at 2 o'clock,
each marshal of division will wheel his
division Into Fourteenth street promptly,
as each preceding divlalon passes his mu
tton. The different marshals and aides shall be
designated by the- color of roses worn on
coat lapel, as follows-
Grand marshal White.
Aides to grand marshalYellow,
Marshals ut divisions-Pink.
Aidts to marshals of divisions -Red.
All marshals jni .lt .till report to the
rtruriii.m.-irsnui ut ine coinr ot i-ouruentii
KARNIVAL AND MILITARY.
'liurilay's lilg I'ar.iile In Wlilrli the Inn-
la.l ft, slid the Sotillery Will I'lirllcl-
pate 111 linpolllg 1'h.eliniJ.e.
The order of the great Karnival nnd
military parade on Thursday afternoon,
October 3, will be:
Colonel L. K. Irwin, chief of police; pla
toons of poliie, Major General J. W. F.
Hushes, of Kansas, commanding military
division; staff of the mujor tneial, Briga
dier General MUton Moore, commanding
First brigade, National Guard of Missouri;
stalf of the brigadier general; Colonel
William K. Catfec. commanding Second
regiment. National Guard of Missouri;
staff of the Second regiment, Smith's mili
tary band, Second regiment, National
Guard of Missouri; Company A. of Curih
age; Company B. ot Butler; Company C,
nf Lamar. Comti.inv M. of Peil'ce Cltv:
Company F. of Clinton; Company G, of
Jophn; Company Jl, Nevada; Comniny 1-3,
Fourth regliiiiiit, of Marvllle; Culonel N.
P. Simon. s, commanding Third leglmeut,
National Guard ot Missouri: stair of the
Third r. giment; Companies A, B, 0, D. G,
II, 1 and lv, of Kunsas City, and Company
F of Independence; veteran drum corps,
Captain William A. Ab ruaihy. command
ing Battery B; Lis-ht Batt'ry 11. 01' Kansas
City; First brigade, Kansas Nutloual
CJikird; Coljrel George 13. JJovrard, com
manding Fiist regiment, Kansas National
Guard; stalf of the First regiment, band of
the First Kansas vci'iinem, Company B,
of Kansas City, Kas.j Company C, of Pa-
01a; vompauy 1.. ot ivuusus cny, ivas,;
Company F of Fort S'ott. I
KANSAS CITV KARNIVAL JvREWh3.
Chief Marshal Major Blake L. Woodson;!
aides to chief mnishal.
First division G. M. Walden. division
marshal; aides to division marshal; Battery
B band; Maseotte band, of laven worth,
Kas ; stock yards division In three sections,
conslsilny of two hauls, 300 horsemen,
thlrty.tlve floats, tally-hos, vehicle., etc., a
total of 500 people
Second illvlekn -Colonel J. C Gieenman.
ivislou murshul; :ilt,i to dlvl-lon marshal;
ftmM STATES MEETING.
k.ns- Guard-. Kansas city lmplem- nt, Ve- umxuu iiuuiiiiu,
hi.li- mid Hardware Club
Third division .1. K. Davidson president
board of trade, division marshal; aiJ.s to
division marshal, board of trade, ' three
sections, three bands, eight iloats, . 1 pio
ple. Fourth division D. M. Hynds, division
marsh'i les U division marshal, Kom-
merclal 1 nival Krewe, In three sections,
consisting of 1.000 men, 13eelsior Springs
band, Lenge's baud and Fenclbles Drum
Fifth division C. J. Walruff, division
marshal; aides to division marshal; Postal
band, Turner Society, Polo Club, of Polo,
Mo.; special train, Topsies, up-to-date wom
en, Bachelors Club, Jolly Fellows, ten
boys, lire brigade, Kansas City horse market.
xth division Colonel F.. II. Phelps, dl
Topeka, Ivas., Sept. 2S. (Special.) The
Western states conference, from present
appeal ances, will be the largest and most
thoroughly representative commercial
gathering ever held in the West. I3verv
VLMon marsfhsiJ; aides n division mars-hul; j mall brings letters fiom prominent men
HON. JOHN J. JNCSAI.I.3 IN IIKAltTY
SYMPATHY WI'lIl Til I: MOVI3MENT.
Ha Writes a Letter on the Subject
Maor Iillows, of Topeka, l.'m
bodlng His Vluws on tho
Objects of the .Meeting,
City, Mo.; Adhesive Mogullior.s; Huck
sters' Association; Most Kierything; stu
dents frcm Sialdlng's colltge, live Iloats;
Seventh division 'Ma. Mlnter, division
mstivhal: aide.'" to division marshal; Mid
kind colored band; Kawnl Kobold; Jolly
Jokers, of St. Joseph; Royal Hawaiian
band; lloat of dlrectoi-s of the Karnival
Krewe; lloat of the king of che Karnival
The first division will torm on the north
J. Ingalls, who writes ns follows:
Atchison, Kas., Sept. 27, lbft".
Mayor C, A. Fellows, Topeka, Kas.
Dear Sir: Previous engagements, which
I have not been able to defer or cancel,
render my attendance at the Western
states' conference impracticable, but I am
cordially In sympathy with tho movement,
and shull heartily co-opeiate with its rep
resentatives In the accomplishment of the
sldo of .Mncn street, right resting on Lo-resultb they have In view. Having been
! e,XV,n..r.,iAV.,T''',.,"m,,?'hal !?, ono or tl,e Pioneers of tho Umpire of the
1 rs't division will keen his line 011 the
norl'h tide of N'nth slrect, leaving ns much
room i's possible for the passing of organ
izations to jnaii other divisions.
Ti'io sx oral division will form on Har
rison wtrect, right resting on Ninth, e.
The third division will form on Camp
bell street, rifc'ht res-ting on Ninth stieet,
exti ndit.g soutli.
The fourth division will form on Char
lotte stiwt, rlRht resting on Ninth stren:,
The tlfth division will form on Holmes
street, right resting on Ninth, street, ex
The sixth division will form on Cherry
street, right resting on Ninth street, ex
Tho seventh division will form on Oak
street, ric'ht rei-tlng on Ninth streot, ex
tending smt'h. The marshal of the sev
enth division will place the king's and dl-iiH-tors'
lloat'i at Intersection of Ninth
street, on the north side, for the nurnoso
of reviewing the parade by the king and
iiireciius. oner ine paraue nas passed
the king's and directors' Iloats will Join
the line as part of thn seventh division.
All organisations will reoort to their rll.
vision marshals nromntlv at J o'clock
Tim parade will start promptly at 1:30
o'clock. Chief marshal will be designate!
by r. I sash; division marshals, orange,
aud aides to chief and division marshals,
The Commercial Club rooms In the Board
of Twdo bulHIng, 13ighth and Wyandottu
,fii-eeus, win oe u.eu us military ne-ati
West, and a witness to Its unprecedented
growth, I am profoundly interested In the
emancipation of tt energies from those
burdens and limitations which nave, hith
erto restrained Its development und re
tarded Its destiny.
We have been the recipients of tho na
tional bounty, and are not ungrateful for
its beneilu. Free homesteads on the pub
lic domain, and land grant railroads that"
have mnde those homes accessiblo and
their products marketable, have been the
agencies by which the desert has been sub
jugated und the frontier abolished. With
out these Instrumentalities of civilization,
and the ngrlcultuiul machinery dovlsed by
tho Inventive genius ot the American peo
ple. It Is doubtful whether the .Missouri
would not have been to-day practically tho
boundury between the farm and the wilder
ness, Tho transformation effected by these
forces Is 0110 of the marvels of the c.-n-turies.
In lets thati the lifetime of ono
generation of men, the great column of
migration, marching Westward, has com
pleted, the conquest of tho continent. The
solitude has become populous; tho desert
has becoinu the oasis whose produuts sup
ply tho granaries of the woild. Gieat as
aie our obllgut ons lor the liberal policies
which have made theso consequences possl
hie, our contributions to tho ptosperity und
wealth oi the people fur exceed the bene
lactlnns we have received, Costly as were
BtfV ilnaii Iaiiii j-ttf .. t.A . ..a .. - . - . .
iiiu uuiiuMviin ui ue-w iioitie'sieaus meiiMiteil
In money, und vast as weio the subsidies
nuarters. and all orders will hu lssnpd of lands and bonds elveu to the miimniJ
from there. All military oillrers nro In-1 the investment lias been euorinuusly prollt
vttel to visit the rooms, at any and all ' able, and will yield yet larger return hero,
times. An olllcer will be on duty at head- I after,
quarters to give all Information referring o rapid has been the building of tho
to military matters. Lmplre of tho W est that under thu read-
justment of the eleventh census, the sent
Ladles are requested to send descrlntlon ?' P0'1."-". Power has been transferred
of tijilr J'rlesu'of Pallas Vi'll tonStS tS 1 Snl 1, a'nd'lhestaof TSh1
ted'epiSsame'to Wl1 a3 "S'W?' r 1 $ " withaHh,m,r.t.,lliest ',' if sta '.'"i
telephone same to jsoc )of tH. Qulf nnd the Southeast Atlantic, can
I control ino purse una the swoii of the
FLASH ESJTjOM AFAR.
London. Sept. 28. Next year Is the cen
tenary of the death of Robert Burns and
It Is in that connection nranosed to hold
an exhibition of relics of the? poet at the I the Southern und Western slates has lm
nation. L nltetll as thev must eveiinmMv
ho. by community of produuts. climate and
destiny, they will be Invincible, They can
elect u congress, senate and pre. Ident who
will represent their lutciests and be the
agents or their will.
It is in tnis legurdtliat the conference of
in I 1 l.i I', 1. 1 11 hi. e. Is :i I 1 III ft'.. I nek
No. o3-Mrs. II C. Mi IKiugal, Misses! By the tules establish. ii by the board if 1 Iu' rs. ate band, cf Kansas City; Sjcial Rl
C.eiiients and Parker, and ll. C, Me-Doug- direclois of the Kui nival Krewe Assocla- tie Club, three iloats; students of University
A .AI.I..M ..! .! .. ii.ntl.. 1am h . ! iw Iai. AMa-.thla.d kKB 1..4 I ItLvfllniil rtAHaniAi IIjTjb rni. v41v NTs. 1 ii
Ui. jr., tjViut'Ji t-u aim vu-iiaiis, i iiuu. .u uueiiicca uuai tuuvaiuiuti uuj ici- i cunui vubvo'-i inwn.ai,'kw itiw .w.
instittirt of Kino Arl in n nMmw The. ' .Ad.. ui.vliitin .n,.u ..,i i i., -.i..,;.-:ir Vr.
coiporutlori of the eity hus already voted ting and natural that the Initiative of this
20 towards the proJct. coalition should pioceed from Kansas, the
London, Sept, 23. United States Ambas- central state of the Union, whose relations
sador Bayard and Mrs. Bayard left on 1 to thi greatest event of our history were
Friday of last week for Wellington, North. i striking, and whose people have always
umbtiland, where they visit, d B r Georgu been foremost In every movement for the
Trevelyan. Later they joined a shooting I amelioration of the evils that ullllct our
psrty at Lord Leven und .Melville's pluco iace. . .....
In Scotland. After that they will visit the 'nltt"i"f from, Vf1'?".1 co'ls 'ration the
Marquis of Bath. vast problems of thu future with which, we
, Berlin. Sept. 2J.-I3mperor William has fnh auly 'concerned in "t lnWqu"lon2r 'sel
Bomi. t1"bHe'SkllledaltwiM,rv'1','nJr, "mmwwSiwtiroyxV
Bpiuiiiu-n. He kl led twenty-three' stags p Us farm products, and cheaper freight
wl h his own hand on Thursday. He has upon tiie commodities for which they are
ordered that fat. Hubert's day. which 00-, exchanged In foreign markets. Having
curs on November i. shall be kept by a long entertained the belief that the natural
Kr,e,al ',h.ase In Grunewald, near Berlin, to I outlet for our exi-orts and the natural
which King- Albert, of Saxony, is Invited. I fate for our Imports was through the Qulr
of Mexico, I always supported, whllo In
congress, all measures looking to tho Im
provement of the Mississippi und tho opin
ing of a deep water harbor a' Galveston.
I had the privilege of intimate acquaint
ance with Captain Bads, the most intrepid
engineer of his time, who dealt with the
greatest natural forces as a child with his
toys: a man, the moi'est and retiring sim
plicity of whose demeanor was equaled
only by tho Immensity of his di'slgns and
the grandeur of bis achievements. One of
his anhorisms was that the onlv ouestlon
In any civil engineering pioject was money.
With money inour'i, nothing vas Impossi
ble: and he often t-tld that It would not re.
quire many millions to secure deep water
at Galveston. I was thero last winter, and
by Inspection became convinced that the.
problem hud been solved, and that the
heaviest draught ocean steumers would
soon tlnd ample depth to enable them to
depart for Liverpool with the cotton nnd
the corn and the cattle thnt enn reach Its
Inner harbor with nearly one-half le-ss land
transportation than the Atlantic seaboard.
Nothing can more sutely aid in calling
the attention ot the world to these condi
tions than the proposed exposition at Gal
veston In 1S97. Nor can anything contrib
ute more powerfully to tho elimination of
all obstacles to the unlllcntlon of tho Indus
trial and productive energies of those re
gions of the republic, whose Interests nre
identical and whoso solidarity Is tho In
evitable distnte of the Immediate future.
Very respectfully, JOHN J. INGALLS
The convention will be culled to order
In Representative ball at " o'clock on Tues
day afternoon, when n short concert will
be given by Marshall's hand. Up to tho
election of permanent ollleers. Governor
Morrill will preside. Rev. Dr. Binbree will
deliver an Invocation, immediately follow
ing the band con.ert, and Gcneial J. c,
Caldwell will present the welcoming .1.1-
uress. .ext comes tne organization or me
convention by the election of ollioers und
the appointment of commltees,
Tuesday night a pnper by Louis M.
Haupt, of Philadelphia, will be the princi
pal event. Mr. Hnupt Is consulting en
gineer of the Aransas Pass deen water
scheme, and it Is expected he will 'discover
to the Galveston boomers that they are
not to bine It all their own way.
On Wednesday. ex-Governor Flshba. k,
of Arkansas, will hold the attention of th
convention with a paper upon "t'i.jii.-t
Geographical Distribution of Wealth." F.x
Governor Hubbard, of Texas, Is also pro.
gitimmcel for that day with a paper on
"The Prospective Trade Relations and
Good Neighborhood to be Attain d Re,
tween ihe States."
United States Senators Baker and Pefftr,
nf K insas, huve each consented to delivtr
an address, as also has Senator Vest of
Missouri, and Govern' r ilolcomb, of Ni.
braska. All of the Kansas congressmen
have ugreed to be present and nil will bo
allot ted to some place on the programme.
The great Texas oyster burbevue. will be
given on Wednundny, and It is looked for
w"i d to as one of the great events of the
At a meeting nf the local committee to.
night a committee nf Hfty citizens was up.
nolnted to act oh reception ot guests. It
Is expected that 3n0 di legates will be in
attendance 0111 -third of whom will eomo
from Texas The ch"p railroad rates arc
also expected to bring in a crowd from
It is not o certain to.nl -lit about Seni
tor Baker attending the convention. He
telegraphed the com'mlltee that he had lust
roeelvi'd word of the Illness of Ids daugh
ter, who Is nttitilmg Vassal- rolleeV un'l
he may huvo to go to her bedside. She is
suffering an attack of diphtheria.
Ladles nre requested to send descrlntlon
of their J'ricsu of Pallas ball toilet" "t2
IIJQ .IVUHI.Il Ulll.
the Journal oilier as early as possible ..r
to 1OT. ' "
He Conieili Sol, Mi Slid,
Mexico, Mo., Sept. 28. (Special.) Rxclte-nv-nt
pieralls In Vandalfa, n,ar h V
Alieeliesser. of Vandalla. and Mr. 'Elmer
Acki'ldge- wer to have been married In
the Methodist church Wednesday evening
but ut tho hour appointed, although aii
the guests were present ,.nd the bride was
walling, ha groom came lie sal on. to
Mexico that morning to r. t a license r ,
has not beea seen since No reason eln ,1 ,i
found for lib strange action. ' l
Voumr iiiiiino tu v
Toptkei. Kas.. Sept. 28. (Special 1
OoncM-ila Daylight U autlwdVy 'r
statement that James G. Blaufe
a Kii.a Cilrl
j.Uvui 10 ".ui a ivunsas gin in ti, -,,
tract ve person ' Miss Joe ,,i,i 51 'xu
daughter of Dr Fait. : w 0 ,1 . 'w !.a."' r
olllce Inspector bu w..o K?rmrriv 1 i-'i'"'
Belolt. It apyesM the. j:,. ., "J J,'1 a
cease doing eoou turns lor Uw LlamV'fuU
-ir vcA iS -?tei..')t'-