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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER IB, im.
FILLING ELECTIVE OFFICES,
now sii.m.i. ii tir hum: Min mi;!
A It I. .MAIll: 1 U AM 1
Thr ( ol tif Vprrliil Hlrrtlnn 1'nilcr llio
it I. nt MiiiiIiI MiRKri! Hut Ilium
cle. Ur I IIIimI lit ,liiiitiiltiiint-
Mint CI I J- (lllli I ill I Milk.
Sow that IliP t)fl crnernl city eh'ellpn
is but it fi W inotithn on, ft mot intent Mill
r I ,ili be utartnl by the council In n
en in lu authorise a tote upon n char-
iinn t ilmi til rrlallriR to the lining of a
' i i il Welti e olllce
i v i barter proIUe that If nn rloctlic
b r chall be removed for eue or phiill
i tti' innor, after temporarily tilling
i'i' tivniicy, ehall order n epeclal election.
Ii lu'werer, an elu'tltr olllce becomes
tn ii t nithln m month rrom the e
li mi ii of the time for which lie Irutitn
b i l fIiuII hnxe been elided, then Ilia
i iur Miall nil the vacancy Tor tlm trnex
i h. MiMeatlon has been made that In-
ad ( f ihls mcilon of the charter ntaml
i i it Is, It be made to lead Ihnt the
n , r "'mil be empowered, with the up
i il i t the upptr houee.to till nny ui
. i i.t-urrinK m an elective oi!U.e and
t) .t tin Idea of a special elu-llon be
iiimi i in'il. Jt Ir argued that to bate a
H i.i I i li-i'tluti under the nett law would
. 'M i rum il.boO to W,.ViU, mid us this In
nun than thvuiernue nilnry of the audit
ii tr. isun-r or police Judge, this expense
i Id t.e molilol.
I 'i plan was tllsctisseil by cieral people
' . t h city hull yesterda and from all
hi it sinned to meet with Konernl ap
I wil 1 1 Audltii' Hlahop differs run-
ii Iv with Assistant city Counselur
Ji.l lin ns to the com nf a special eli"--
i mlir the m w election law, although
1 ii n of one opinion that this portion
. Hi. i barter should " changed so as to
the city the Kissllillli of aeicrul
I uid dollars' useless expense
r mi 1 IlKiirc It." said Mr. Hlsbop,
- ib.it the rost of a special election
' ii ler Mill new law would cirtnlnlv be
imr Jli ! Now. suppose nil of the three
1 1. tlte ulllcus should die or be removed
f .r c mi.--and that Is unite possible this
li i lnii In the chatter would Invohe a
' il ""n.wm Of course tlmt Is the mrtt
li niu, hut then il mlKlit oemr. Km my
1 . I think this amendment should be
I in tin piople and let them hate n any
v.t i'i. i or not the, change should be
n i '
'--tnnt Cltv Counselor I. A. U'ltiKlilIn,
v ' i,, b the wn, was probnb1 the most
i ironic worker to Inite the new election
I ii t issed. mid who compiled n Iirne
mull or it, wnB tnnre conservative iiinn
lr I ishnn ns In 111,. ertHl of the election.
lb mii tlie epene of n tpeclal election
wou' I be mucli less than a cenernl election
n tlie rnlslration noes not nave 10 no
n nl mid In thW lies the extra expense.
H 1 1 .Mr I,.iiu;lilm:
' The bleu supijefcted, tlirii In rno of n
I u in i in an elective elti ulliee at any
time luring the term of the otllcer that
tl m incv 1ih11 be tilled by the mator,
I a (rood one. rurb r the nrw election law
tl i. must be a pietlnct for every three
I in'red oter, which will make about
lo iie. inctH In the tliv At each precinct
the Fervlcex of four Judex nml two elciks
nil rco'ilred. Knch Judire and clerk rc
crlvis S. a day, mnl.lnc nn expeme of
o for judRes nnd clerk" One hundred
polllni' plm es .at $3 entli (which W tht usual
in n makes iin expense of SX) for polling
jili ci Added to those Items the cost of
i lilnn notbe of the election, extra clerks
In the ottlce of the election eoinnil'aloiipro,
nrd Iik li'intal expenses will make the ost
n' i bpi i Inl election run soim where from
5 "-ti to J" Oki As the -alarb s of the of-
II .lis nf'.iteil bv the liroposed amendment
i e rrom lnn to .I W) a tenr, it will
i o ilie ilt.v, on an aveiace, as much a"
n j ear's salaty of an ofbclal to hold a
hi al i lection for his udectlon "
t n Counselor JlcDoutnil, altbouuh he
con i ler d the plan n Rood one and eco
nomical teared that the voteis would not
inn rivc of It.
oi "."e the people who elect olllcers.
h ild Jm't-e .Mcnoiip.il, "aio to Jealous of
tl r r'r-bto thnt a a rule they would
i iHier pav the extri expense of an election
ih ,n 10 l!ten to tlie apunlntnient by the
n aoi when they are kIm ii the light to
ore P. reunnllv I think the plm it unoil
oi bin dnulit whether It would nally sat
isf the popple."
STONE CUTTERS SHUT OUT.
'Ihey Demanded More Tliiin 3lr. IliiKan
'I liuiiKlit .lil-t and l'luii li Mhnt
He Did to Theni.
A loi kout between Geoiffe. Pncan, pro
pi i tur of the DUBiin Cut Stone woiks, and
tl for of 100 uranlte cutters who have
be -n pr p.iriiiK the stone for the now fed
crd bullJlng, took place yesterday morn
in. That s. Mr. Dugan has abut down his
irl. until next aprlng, lather than yield
lo thi demands of the workmen be has
bi n employing-. He had sranted them a
number of concessions, which led them lo
id iik ibat he would auree to anything they
t a iii to isk. Accordingly, they demanded
in toinent of Ihelr waRi s evtry two
vi 1. i UIioueIi they had previously dBiced
i a "ilj iiayiiKHts. The Fcale llxcd upon
b arbiii.ttfon was $3 a du , the working'
i i j n. iltrht hours Iouk Mr Dubiiii
it- m that In Justice to himself he
. .11 t aciide to am such request He
i-i D.it it was too much to auk him to
u in i than the government is aecus
i .in to do pay his employes twice a
i .i uid ac'ded that be would pay them
. nd milt work fon the year. Tiny
i i r'l-iinate, so at 4 o'clock they tvoie
i i b ft the yard with their tools. By
i ill were cone. The yards will bo
I i tin nd of trio week.
and to-morrow gome Kranltn will
1.. I and unload) (1, after Willi h all
v. ik n il ii use until in M hpilnir l.'noui,'ll
if i' - me lias been cut and trl'iimwl for
a n.. ii -i tvoili lit the t.diul bulbllnj;.
I I. i nibl,. ivhich has lUlminai.d In this
lo li 1 1 I. an ii month ai,u. Mr. Uugan
(i hi.. i veral of the nun because
i ' ". i. not doing a full day's woik and
. ii'iiinv some of the Mone. A strike
"i vi Mr Dut-an yielded to tbo de-
I t u the dlsi harKed men be relti-
i i nn! the work wmt on umiln. An-
i ' . iiiiuiiI vvhkh the men made was
1 alco. Then they demanded
i 1 il payments. Mr. Iiut-nn was jfiv-
iii it dajs In whb It to eonslder the
ii He offered to pay the men oue-
f i m their monthly nuuea by tho mid-
i niu offer, whbh whb an unUKiial
s i. jetted. Tin thirty d.in were
. v ii sdiiy mornlns, bin an extension
r :i 1 ,ura was aiiru'i upon Mi. Duifan
'led by the coiumllUc seveiul
i t.ui lie was firm At tin lajt min-
ii i miiilHe, iiu n told hmi that If he
. i r .( v leld thi y would dtman 1 12 'Si u
. -ti ad of 13, whkh prupoaltion be
'3 1. a i, i liluff. Th men claimed that they
n a ilnst undir Inbtructlom. fnun ibe
. ! jn I Uranlte Cuttera' I'nloo when they
i nn, d wairtrs every two vveckw ThU
is r iii ruii with members of ihe union
ti o i i pirts i.r the country. Monthly
ji H i . nts litre had been llxed upon by
r n iiion lust June, ihe ai Winners huv-
i " i i JudKe C. L. Uobson, Mr, UuBail
li I .1 n Acorn, representative of Iho Nj-
t i .ir.tiilte Cuittrn' I'nloii,
A all of tin men locked out yen-
ur v ir- nnn-rtaldenm, liavtiis como In
f -ii II purtioiih ot tin country,
M In ii inn mill r front lik beul u lie, iiu.
r.n-a i.m-iiiMtion rlo reniemter Cirtur't
l.in i 1 iv et I'ult will lulleru )oiv Uuepllltia
Ilfiy ll.irnl. nf I'e nil llniii'ly,
There was received at the new bonded
v, ii ion- In the city yesterday Ijfiy bar-
r of peach brandy from the southern
I rt of the state. There have been several
i I r pmenis recdvi-d at the wareboilfce
I I i m r. U expected, an thr i a largely
I- r a" i output from that part of ih
Hiti j!i a"iiiiiii of th biK fruli crop and
t- prcva.lliiK Ion pim-a ilurluij the tun,
Higliest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MAUL3.
K pure Grape Cream of Taitar I'ovvder. Free
'rem Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YERS THE STANDARD.
... .!.,. .1... liA ...l.o fltvht le I
mi Ulepil H 1 bo tiumilUtlny to him
however fooi1, U wasted on a colt)t
toneles, tliihby stomach. It is un
just to blame, the cook, lie can sup
ply only food; you must lind the
power to turn it Into flesh ami blood.
It Is the part of vidntn lo rccopnis'o
the slirns of indigestion, and to stim
ulate the lazy stomach with '
a Ionic neer more valuable than
now, when the body is trittl by sud
den changes of air. It sustains the
vijiir of the syMem and prevent
rhi'iiuutiMii, asthma and digcuivo
trouble, diseases that ario from cold
and imperfect circulation of the
blood The only medicinal whiskey
in the in irkot.
DruutTPts and Grocers clldt.
nn: siint or
It ItltrretH I'lerioie I tcept Mr Ogleht,
Mho llr-pitus hie fur It
The publbntlon In the Journal yester
day mnrnlnit of the fuel that ncKoUilllons
wire luiiv pendliiK whereby tho Puke of
MarlhoreiiKli will eventually net poseflon
of the four white mules bc!om;ltiK to Hob
ertson Uros., has cnuscO a Rront nmoutit
or sp dilation throiiRhout the cltv, as to
what the mules will cost his lordship, and
whether he nil) pay for them with Miss
Vandorbllfs Bold or not
An enterprMntf Main street Jeweler read
the story In the Journal and tr.ili;htwuv
secured a photograph of the now famous
animals, which he plm ed lu a prominent
place In his show window . Manv people
stopped to look at the lib ture, and nearly
all Kansas City was kind that at least a
little of the heiress' mom "would lemaln
In Annrlca. There Is one man, huvvevir,
who leirrets the fact that trie sale Is to
be made, or for reasons best known to
himself he legrets that thr fact was made
public. He is James H ciprleb.iv, one of
the liropilitois of the Temple block. Mr.
Uqlebny Is the man who st.irteii the story
ol the sale. He has Just ieturnd from
uexlnirton, Ky., and it was he who heard
the ynuni; duke cypress n deMre to own
four milk white mules. lie afterwards
Hpoke to lludil Doble, the hoie trainer,
and rucirested that he make the site. Then
Mr. Oubbnv inme home and told about
Tlie story went the rounds and was heard
by a reporter for the Journal. He askfd
Mr. OKbbuy If tho story was true. Mr.
Oclcbuy smiled, s.ild he did not care to
be Intervb wed, mimlttnl the storv was
true, but would not (five details until the
transaction was lompleted. Then he lost
his temper when tlie storv was printed.
The i-amo n iwrter called on Mr Otflebay
last nlcbt. He was received with cures
and epithets that will not look well In
print, and wan tnld that for little more
he would be kllbd.
Mr Oirlebuv does not own the mules; he
is not the agent that Is malting the sale,
nor was Ids name mentioned vesterduy
mornliiB, but be is the only ono who
thinks himself injured,
Tin I'ri Mnt (teuer itlmi
I.Ives at telefrrnphtc speed eats too fast,
retires too lite, does not Use betimes,
smokes and (alas, that we should hale to
say It!) chews too much tobacco. The con
sequences ale dyspepsia, n general ab
sence of th.it lobust and manly vlt,or
which chnracteiled our ancestor, and a
manifest proneness to early dpcay. lles
tilar hours, a due allowance of time for
meals the disuse ot excessive fmoking,
and altoKetlier of ihewlnc tolncco. In ion
nectlon with a couise of Hnstetti r's Stom.
neb Hitlers, will in nine cases out ft ten
eflaco conseqeunces ot the abuses of the
laws of health Indicated above A want
of stnmlra, dyspepsia, nervouniss and
blllousniss aie among these const nucnces,
and they are bodily illo to the removal of
which the Hitters Is rpeclally adapted
Nor Is the Hitters less tltted to overcome
and prevent fever and apur. kidney and
bladder troubles and rheumatic ailments.
It Is also a tine appetizer and promoter of
or.jtx'i in a mokc.ui:.
The t'ntlertnkcr Location nt the Head
llnll-e lie. ts DUfavur.
If th undertakers of Kansas City think
thoy will have an easy time in cicuriiiK a
room in the court liouie to be used as a
county tnorsue, they have not hounded the
county olIUiis who have thtlr places of
business tin re. M'hen the story published
In yokterdnj '3 Journal, to the elfect that
the undtrtakcrs would ask the county
court for such a room, was read by the
county ottlclals, a i-hlver crept up and down
the spinis of moie than one nf thrm. The
county (ourt said notlilnir. Tha Judges of
the ilrcult court said little more, but there
ir others In the circuit clerk's olllce the
diputies apt minted upon what action
should bo taken to stop such a movement,
und th.- inloied J.mltois made thieats that
they would tei-lKn before they would woik
In a "dead house." Several deputy sheritls
were a little slnitled nt tlie proposition,
but Pbentf O'Neill dismissed the matter by
"1 don't see vvhv we need a mot me in
this liulldlnK. There are enough 'dead ones'
around hero already."
urn for lie id u hi1.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
niectrb llltteis has proved lo bo the very
but. It eff..ts a peimanent cure and the
most dnadi-1 habitual alck headachis
yield to its inllnence V urSe all who
are aillicted to prouuo a bottle, and eto
this remedy n fair tilal. In cases of habit
ual constipation, nioctne Hitters cures hv
Hiving tin. ne.did torn to the bowem, anil
few caje long rcMsl the umi of tills iiiedl-
ii"0-, Tly '.,..'" i"'1"', nl-v "HV 'enla at
II, C. Arnold's, dniKKlst noithwest corner
Fifth and Main stre. n; J. (Srilllths'. I'alnce
drus store northwesi i orn-i Main and
Twelrtb streets; rKbrniaiin . Ilull.u's III.
amond drug store, '.ml Main street
ijis.ci!sni:i 'i in; i.i:iki.v c.wr,
(.eter-il Mllnr Mire 111 Tinm YiateriUy
fur 'I b it I'm iiii-c.
The committee of gentlemen who rpre
gent the Southern California Fruit e.
chanee. which, It is exi-icted, will eon
struit cavm in whbh to more limons in
or near Kansas, rity, spent yebterday with
Itolund K. Hruner, tho local agent nf the
exchange. In the party vvero Thomas
Morehoube, tho gem nil Hnstern agent of
the exchange; Charles Jnrelcman, tho New
York agent; Gem nil M (.stein Agent 1 :.
1'lutt und M". H Collins, secretary of the
,San Antonio Krult tMh.iiige. The day was
pent in discuasinif tho fruit market of
Kansas City and vicinity, and the ail Ina
bility of (onmructinB the c.avet, in which
to tore and cuie lemoiih. No dellnite ac
tion was taken in the latter, as the men
vveie in u hmry to get to Mime of tho
Kanterii ill es All uvi.pt Mr. Jarelem.in
Ufi jesterduv. Tb.y w'lll u' turn with
tvvo weiks, how.ver. ami the proposltlo
will bo moie tully eonsldird. i"B''i
Han't nail until u.i ir .iik t.roretrylns
drier l.tlilr l.ivrr I'i I., i ut mi ,, vUl ai
(.ute. ou can't lake ibuiu wlibuui btnelit.
INSIAI UIIII.V or IIU, .II.SKI.VS.
olUlllr S Xt for the ( cri'inonlt at tin.
-run i I'rpsliilerl in hiinli.
The presbytirj of Kansas City will as
semble In th rVeionl I'retbyterlan church
t i o'i lock on the afternoon 0f Batiirduy,
November J, to pas upon the ci dt-ntlals
of Itev. H. 1). Jinkln, I), u , p.-ikior e,f
'tb I-Mrt l'reb terldii church, of siom.
City, la., who reiently accepted (ho call lo
the bticond I'reubj turlan churtli here. Ar
rangements will be mada alwj for his In.
FtalUt'lon. Ht will bring hlsj cjedentlals
from the prestiynry ol Hloux. City The In-f-talUtiun
w.ll take plure on the . lining of
'Iliuti-du), Nuwinuir -l The hermon will
be iireuih-d b K-v John JI. Harrows, Ji,
il, i.i u, ii.i.Tiui oi niu nrn riisujtii
iitu Lliuiih, ol Chnago, who wan the orig
inator and prisldtulof the vvor.d'tf fair iuii
greM of jellglous llev. J)r. Harrows U a
very Intimate friend of lKv. Dr. Jenklna.
.Ml' llruie (M Bl.Mlll,
A lurv In Judge Hlovers i ourt uwarled
1'mery Ji. Jlru e ll.&Ou il.inmi.eii from Uus
Uiiibctk xrslj rduj, Ije'auee a bugKX driv
en bi Mrs. tiiunbi k, Oetgbir 16, US8, had
collided with viblclo In whih h vvaa
caied ana flu rioee wxs uroaca
M.tlnu. "n lislimi
OUtU --Till 4..V
ew of jiolitieal pwen-
MiiAr tiik rim: iu:i'AurMi:NT wn.t.
snow 'i hi: iommiitki-.
Appiirrtill- 1'retly Onoil Came for the till-
i hirfcpnf the .Men M but the Itec-
nrdt 1 1 11 ('iiiirMlilliR the
t ate Intuited,
A1 n result of resolution Inlrodlicr-d In
the uniior house of the council WeOiifsj
tluy nlKht by Alderman Slilnnlel:, nnd
n rcjiortfil In the .lotirnnl of .vtwtrnlny,
nn liiVestlR'ttlitii of th olllclnl eomlttct
of I'lre Chief Hale nml the lire eotn
rnlttee will be made by AMernictt John
ntpti, Shlnntck nml KyMndl, who eoinprlse
the lite crntimltlee of the tipper hotiw.
The ItivextlRittton will begin at 2 o'rtaelt
to-ilny and relates primarily tint! solely
to the employment nml illpchnrglnt; of
It has bwii prnetlcnlty elmrpeti on the
llonr of the council chnuilwf Hint men
were iHacIibiitoiI from the city's service
ti llrctnen beontiio of llieMr rillt:lou
cotivlctlons lu order to mnkc plntssii for
moiiibersi ot the Amerlenli I'roteetlve
Association. Titers 1ms lieen nn under
current In public minor for some lime
that Chief Hale wh "weeillng" the ilo
luiitnient, but It wns irlveii little cteel-i-nee.
Thl "timlerxatrrent" enmo to a
heud when W. II. Miller. S. II. IH-nns.
'rim lr h Ttendwny nml M. T. IJnvall
recintl.v took lire pluces of tllstclmrBed
liten. and It oiilmlnaU-il Weslnesdny
night In the Shlniilvl: rinolutlun for an
i It Ih claimed tluit thin Is but the
j Initiative .step toward similar InvcKtlBH
i tkm.s that uie to be carried Into other
city ilep'il (mi nts.
I lJurlriK the inpsent jenr ten men have
been diuchin ged by Tire Chief Jlule,
but the four men whose t cleaves brntipht
i about the investlir.Ulon tlint will begin
1 tu-d.iy niM John Mnlnne, illscliuriii'd
October 1 for "disobey Inp orders nml
leaving the lire house without per
I inlslon;" W. M. Lynch, discharged Oc
i tober J for "filtering the lire botire
1 dt link and using abusive lnngunge;" W.
' 11 Ilule, discharged October 12 for "In
i toicutlon und jirofane liuiguago," and
I James A. Willlinnson for "lighting."
1 The matiagetuciit of tlie lire tlepart
I metit, to brltv It to the highest io!iit
nf p r'eot'on, necessitates st I -till l,din,
as do nil clas-iea of olllclnl ur private
businesses where ii large force of iii"ii
la unploycd. Chief Halo has a i-et nf
rules and regulations, covering nil the
overt nets of his men, with punishments
suitable to the dejtree of tho olfense.
Sobriety If one of the exactions of the
llmnen Implicit obedience to orders Is
nuothcr. The least Indication of Insub
ordination on the part of any of the
i firemen, If permitted to pass unobserved,
would inevitably mnterlully lessen the
elllclcmy or ihe department In contend
ing with tires th.it threaten to destroy
-.ist properties This is the reicognt.-od
principle upon which Chief Hale says he
manages; the department. The llrst man
to be di'ohnrged in 1SD." w.i.s Patrick
I.vnns, of hose company No. 1G. He was
ill.-mlssed from service for "enteilng ihe
Hie house Intoxicated and using abusive
language to M. K ("S.iffery, the fot email "
It Is i-aid ha tntered a plot to whip
Ci.iftery. Lyons was discharged on Jnn
u.try 1". The s line day Martin Thomp
son, of hose company No. J.ri, was ie
lensed from ftfrther s-ervlce "for using
profane language to the foreman and
reftiHing to obey orders. On May 3 M
J. Cuiren, of hoe company No. 7, was
dismissed because he "is fused to paj
a debt and for conduct unbecoming a
llreman. " Con Callahan Is snld to have
In en lncap.tclt-.ited for duty and his
usigmith.n was asked for on Jlav 2'
On August 7 C. II. Heed, colored, of
hose company No 11, was dismissed "for
dlsordutly conduct and neglect of duty "
Michael Cunningham was discharged on
September 21 from service on water
tower No. 1 "for neglect of dutv nnd dis
obeying orders." Once he Is said to have
repoi ted for duty slightly Intoxicated.
He was reprimanded on June 2s for dis
obey Ing orders at a. box factory lire on
West Thud street. He was placed on
duty at the mouth of an alley to warn
people from passing through it, as there
wis considerable danger attached from
falling walls?. It 1 mUI he left his post
of duty. Twice afterward ho was repri
manded and then ho was dismissed
Then came the four dismissals that
brought Alderman Hhlnniek's resolution
to the fiont The department record
shows that Michael W. Lynch, one of the
lour men, a driver for hook and ladder
company No. 1, was not peremptorily
dlsehaiged. He seems to have hud a
"grievane-e" On Karnlv.U day he was
given a. leave of ul sence by the foie
ruan. but the Uiivv was countermanded
by Chief Hale. Lynch went back to
woik under protest. In the evening he
wanted to Ret off and telephoned the
chief, who refused to get him go. At
night Lynch called the chief up by tele
phone and nl;ed again whether he could
g.-t off. The answer s In the negative.
"All right." he Is said to have shouted
over the telephone, "I'll resign tight
now." Ito quit then and there.
The tire department clerk's records
show tlmt John Malonu, one of the "big
four," tie.de "off" nn alarm wrong on
September 23, 1S93, on November 2J, l'DIS,
he failed to get to a lire nt 2 10 a. in..
on Uecvmber 20, 1S'J3, he took ,nlC nil
alarm wrong, on January 20, lisOl, he was
left In bed on the "long" call; on March
11, ISO-), he was leported for falling to
turn out ut nn alaim; on. December 4,
lS'M. he lett the station without per
mission; robruary 111. IVW, he was i
pnrti d for r 'fusing to work; April 10 he
went tu bed with his boots on, for which
lie was sus ended for seven days. Then
on Octobi r I ho was dismissed for leav
ing the (lie house for live houts with
out leave and returning partially In
toxicated. Janif s A. Williamson was the laht man
discharged lie was not u regular tire
man. lie wn.s appointed on September
11, ISO., lo take the place of W. D Nel
son, on hose reel No, 13, who had been
hurt by tho tart ovei turning on a cahle
tr.uk. When he whs put to woik ns a
substitute he was told to pay close at
tention to his business and ho would
prolmbly be put on u.s n regular. While
tho chief was nluient In Atlanta attend
ing the firemen's convention. It Is said
Williamson went over into Kansas City,
ICns., where ho was a participant In a
brawl Tho iifiv spuria recorded the
fact but he was not reported by his
fort man. When tho chief returned he
begun an Investigation that led to Will
Hilling the ynir ISO! these men weio
dismissed from service ns llreinen for
various Infracilons of the rules' Patrick
Ahem, 1' K Hiker, A. L. Huell, John
liurlte. XV V Campbell, J. McDonnellaii.
Hnulel (iBtewood, John Hu'lihy, M, J.
Kci-an and ITUil Tobias.
'lb Mitleerl A Miildo Kiillwsr
Will run Its tidins every two hours on
week days ind (very hour on hundays,
from 7 a. in to ' p in., lor tho ae-comino-li.itlon
of hunting, llshlng and nutting
parties This road Is through the finest
country around tho cit and the scenery
the most beautiful. Lkpor, Westport uve
liuo and Mill Btrtsvt.
Mr. I ! - llmil "cs.
A very Interesting eiiteilalnment was
plven at Clyde CongioKailonal oliuich last
evenln by Mr. I. J. Kbbols, assisted by
the hib'h school orchestra. Mr. Ubbels,
vho Is a well established and deservedly
liopular reader In Kansas City, had tho
fokiwlng programme numbers; Vred Hm
(inou brooks' ' (ihost of an Uid Contl
p, ntal,' Mi le Mth'a "At It il ns." "faaur..
ii. i- M ( li in's Courtship," Murk
'1 wain's "In iv A(r," "J dn Valjean'a
S'ttii to tin 1 'irp of IV fiom "fa;s Mls
i raid s," 1 n .vl nuies l 1 1 tl Aricmus
Wara ' and ltlley'a "tSquiro Hawkins
smcieton buiu sue imu ihhum .. u. i
wua Httl hope for her recovery. J
riy K 7 V,"acJ 1i-s eft
Eugene Field's New Poem
One of the best lie has ever written, and
t. :t..tf.. :ii. ....,11 r. r..ti . t.. m'
W. L. Taylor, is in
JJ THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
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The Curtis Publishing- Company
s s v v-- s v- a.
&& !imfelMSAKJa v
across the OUTSIDE
( llio OriKinal and (lenninc WOKCESTCRSiflRE, as a further pro-
A tcction arrninst
? AK,nt for the Unite 15fl,..K)HNT
-r K Cv nrW w Ci
SEFORE and AFTER
r i e -",
'Ilie re ison fu.-erern are not nire'i uy wrmiiii "" '."." . Fc' "'"" ;.Vv''",r,1 "","
rronnllil. I't'l'IDr.S"!: the only Knonn reniwlr toeure ivliUoulnnop'-ratloii. iotxiir!lmnnl
b! vriit"iiKiiirnnii.eclvenni money reiurneil If tix Imeiclwi not ellicl ft ierinnaiituta
1.C0 1. boi s' tur i f, by mall. Kf nil for rmcclrcular ami lesitnionUls.
.ii!res HAVOI. SIRIIICIM: .'i 1 O. JJox3.Hanl"raiiclico,Cal.
Tor bale bv II. C. Arnold, Cth nnd Main ets , Kansas City, Mb.
rOUM) YITKKIIAV IN IVII.I.lAJl III.N
ltY .IOIINjO.Vi IIOOM.
.IUo ii llunilreil 'jmrlona ("olnn DUroTereil
In tlie Arrrtie.l .ll.in'ii 'I riinU
'luiHili3rt I'nptiire a
Both the city police and the federal
olllceni nrc or tlio opinion that tliej
nuiilo a uplenillil captuic Tne.sil.ij whin
Olllooia Trehay nml d.iki-y .urihUd
William Heiuv Jolin.son, tib they cun
tlnuc to llnd lntere.-.tlng' facts and olr
cumbt.inous .oncerillliK' thu man. Ho
vn anestwl wlillu trying to pass a SZ
pold coin on Mrs. l.lpplncott, Jli eit
Klfth Btreet, and Is now In Jail under
a federal thargc.
Iin was ciptuied as the result of some
very clever u.im Mork done by ritj Ue-ti-cttvo
Hajh and Ueputy diitid htateH
M.iiblial j:niilit. When Knnid ivtrit u
work on thu cane Monday murnniK In
took Detective Hayes Into tho cat und
he went unions the landladies ot the
various loiiiuniii hoiibe., mwi. u du
hcrlition of tin Ki.111, told lion he vvjUld
him ft room, under . ii Kohl com in
puyimni, recilvu thu change and tail to
cumii Imi k. Tim women weru Inntrui'ieii
ill cube hu called lo delay KlvlnK chan. ,
M-tuI out for u pultcciiiiln and have Urn
Tho wisdom of iho plan v.as shown in
the fact lllut Tuewlay eitnlnii one uf
thu ii aim n mi warned ciium-il the ;u
rcst und impi Iboiimcut of JuhiiM'ii and
bad coins vv-u fuund In his ihimhciiiiii,
Vosteidity ll.ijca und Hrinis Uepl the
BOOd woik jjuIiik iiloiiu b locatlns I tie
man's nom at 71-' V.Ht Tnirltentli
Htrent and c.ipturlntr his trunk, In vvhlih
was lound tin coinploto couim-mUiiig
outtlt, touetlu r wllh a luindn'd enins In
various stng'b 'if development and ma
terial fui making plenty nmie. lie had
been rounilni; ut tho house fur a vvetk
and Riive the name of Miohaells 1 ob to
Mis. M.ilian. the landlady. In the
trunk cipiuied vveie lound dies nnd
pnwi.es for llnlshltiB the coins, together
with tin- BildiiiB eomimund, The ma
il rial used wut. soft and jlelded entlly
to the poviirlul proiBiiie of the ma
chinery. Thin It was u.islly Rllded and
could ho p.used quite ivadll) on those
who were nut cueful or where- It was
Johnson, alias FogB. Is In tho county
jail, whole he will stay until Tuesday,
when he will be iirrulBned ti r prillml
Udry liearliiB befuio Hulled Htatfca Com
missioner John W. I'arry Johnson has
malumlned a stoical silence slueo beiriB
locked up and tho iilllws hnve secured
but little from him that could be ut.ed
as pointers In tho case, liven Ills trunk
contained little but the tool3 and nvu
terl.il. The officers are of tho opinion now
that lie Is an linleiendent operator, not
connecifxi wim i,ne imianu kuiiBi as uiey
at llivt DiiptKieod. Tho work mor" ruvnly
rew-ililf ttuit done n ycir niro by a
g-ariB of openitors In Oregon nml Wosli
Ins ton. 'IVn people were captureil thpre
and convicted and tha secret service de
partment was of the opinion that till of
the pantr wrre apprehended.
The capture waa reiioited by whe to
the treasury dpartmeiit laut evening,
and Sneolnl Oftlcer Murnhy Is expected I
titw Tuesday fee tho hearlmr.
uui, . - ,i, tt inulutad that tho I
come to tbo mint. He lnlutu mai me
iui .i lULi-inijb. uy
the October bsuc of
vrapper of every bottle of
DUNCAN'S SONS', N.Y. t
r: pk. r j
Tills errul VeRetibl
tlonol h iimouilreticti ptiysiclun, ivlll qulctl.r tutevuil or all urr.
voiw or dlsiasc i of the u-nerntive erzai.i, sucli u Lost ManhiMid,
ln-om'.U, I'alnsln the Jtic.teemlnil i-.iulssl.in, ervon lability.
J'lmple, lollineM tti Marr3', lxliatnLnin Dniln-, Vftrteoeel fti'd
Cuostlpatlon, ItEtopi nil lowci bTday or titirht. 1'ieTrnn qolrk
in ii of di chars', vv lilch it not cheeked ni in hperinntorrho-a and
ntliUatiurroMcJ JmpoUDcr. V V PI II HSU cleanses thollvcr, llio
kulnev und the urlnnrr orennset nil Impurities.
Fac Simile of the Cenuino.
The Purest und the Best.
Our Wedding Invitations and Marriace
Announcements at; correct ill loim
and handsomely executed.
Spaulding & Co.
State and Ja:ksonSl,,
lViinK II MaxllHil, IChiikis City,
Annii) 1., rvcito, iuriMis in
!'. Mak. piai.i, Kaunas City , ,..S2
Anna Smith, Kiinan Clt ,,,,..20
j. v. .-m'iu, hiinui i ny
AMtrao Carruiliun, Kunsaa City.,,.,,.,,,
rrink Chri'iy. l"olk county, la
Mai ion A. McljiUb'lilln, 1'olk ruunty, la,
William IlBngn.iry, K.msa.i City,,,,,,,,,
l'runota itlti. Kansaa City ,,
lllrlli. Iti imrrvn,
Arnold, Bcott .mil Alinlej 3JI2 Kast Elpht- '
eentli btieet, October 1-, a lwi.
Ieek, Harry l). and N. a.; 3020 Perm
Etrci-t; SsinemlJir IT; u ulrl.
Qulmi, .llkc and Mollle; ISSa Trraco
btn'ot: October 15; a Blrl.
Smith. C. and Pauline; MOS Wyomlnt
stuut; October 15; a i;lil. i
IJYUtlli, l.l'l urtrll.
WllllajBU, I.IIHe; 2 years; 1C2I Grove
Mitet, iK tober l"i, eirii.iire dun to drink
liiK conccnttatL-d Il, Uiiual at Union cent-v-tt
NvUoii, Infant;,! duy; Thirty-eighth and
liroadnay: Ociobr lo; prernaturu blrili;
burial at I'nlon wnctiijr.
ar, lli'irii U . 'J months: 2316 Wabash
aivnuo; (j. tober 16; enterocolitis; burial at
roust mil mniMirj. i
Children Cry for
Pitcher'8 Cagtorla. t
w pliJlHiAjJlUj o
HE LOST TIME.
A certain banker, who is a trifle absent-minded about
things that don't bear interest, got half way down town yes
terday when he discovered that he had left his watch at home.
"There, confound it," he remarked to a friend who was
hanging onto an adjacent strap in the car, "I've comcaway
and left my watch, and I'll have to send up after it." A
stranger who was seated near him got off at the next corner,
and went back after it. The banker "lost time." The
stranger "found time" to find out who the banker was, and
where he lived, and he kept "a watch" of him. Kansas
City bankers often get left that way, by not keeping watch.
Some of 'em arc piyni $$o for overcoats. They're out a
whole overcoat, for not a banker in Kansas City wears a better
overcoat than we sell for $22, and few tailors put a silk lining
in a garment that they'll guarantee as we do this coat's lining
"got to wear or we line it again." Hankers are not the only
folks who lose time. You do. Von lose time reading this
ad if you don't profit by it. We're selling overcoats, lots of
'em. We're selling Kersey Overcoats for $4. 75, good ones;
better ones, $6.75; still better ones, Jto.oo; finer yet, $12.50,
ct-; zn it-en cm en. ?. Vnti can't bnv a better overcoat
at any price than we sell for
Young man, have you been in
suits at $7 and $S. sof Have
yet? You're losing time, too.
Why will you suffer?
with Kheumatlsm. when lellet and
THE GREAT TURKISH
A SURE AND POSITIVE OURE FOR
Ordinary rheumntlum Isratutilbr exposure to
dump and (old nvnthr,ii(Mcn chill trexpoiuro
to drifts of culd rttr when tbe !oilr W overheated
and vrrt with meat, peel!!) when thTC la
dcpreMlun In health, had nutlmtfatluD, etc. lh!n
cauieoaderacKeinentof the Lldnejo ond other
organ tht-y fall to do tlielr dntj and Ihe reuu
It apolBou 1 left In the Mood, Mhlch beioineide
poiltedln the Joint. tetidoiiK. nhPiLh of mac
delete Vow, n cucceoful treatment inunt h
Bucbthnt ItwIlldlMol1 ft the'1 pultons iml rlln
Inaie them from the syttem, and that tx nnitly
hatthta treatment doei a- cure cannot bo inudu
nov other way
llemedlfs Innumerable ha?? been Taunted for
thu euro of rheumattBwi. but nunc wi ro fpeclftv.
until the dlncorerr cr mr ir-at iui;mh
HurrMATSti CcrE whl h In undoubtedly onn of
mcdklne The euro I so sure and suc
cess &U certain that I guarantee n euro
DR. HENDERSON, 101
ASBESTOS FIRE PROOF MATERIALS.
Mo nrrjr tha mint couinlcto lino In Ilie Welt of Anlll'Ktol SluatliliiRH. Anlicnta.
Tloolliic Anlii.toii l'liliitu, Asliunto. ripe CoTerliis, etc. Writ for A.be.tu. llluntrulLd
JOHNSTON-LEWIS SUPPLY CO.,
1SSS TJ3STI03ST AVE., KZA3STSA.S CIT-. MO.
Ouk, Anil, Gum, Chfirry, Wulllut.
J. 11. TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
OAK, ASH, POPLAR
AYagon .Srock. IViplar, Hickory,
Richards & Conover Hardware Co,
Cutlery, Iron, Steel, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Safe3, Scales Etc,
Bontbiut Corner Filth and Wjkndoti Bio.. ICinui Clir Ua
Yellow Pine Lumber,
I.tmi'. Ii'iim 111 .-u. li, Iinors nml
IIII111U Special uttentlou clven
to country ordcri. IJ.tiiiuiun
Office and Yards 20th
IlA.sAb C'lTT, MUiuarl.
WESTERN SASH ID DOQR COMPANY;
Corner Nineteenth anil Wyoming Sts.. Kansas City, Mo.
ur- tiiws in riL'iiu:isr iiiiildinii.
SMOKE ONE-YOU'LL WANT ANOTHER.
II. W, H'OOUIVAIIIJ.
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS ANO (JLASS.
1206 nnd 12Q3 Union Ava. (Noar Union Dopot). Kansas City. Mo.
PIlIUCTUItiii lr V. niroER. l'rrIUnt.
Ill.nnr u lvliurtiuoi-fli.
Foreiiru Drafts Issued on
Dr. Goe's Sanitarium
llth and Broadway.
All D)ilil ni turcica! ilUnuctucuIull tmlM.
txi.eriaiiHl uurtc. Ilpiu. million.- lluoius 1.X1J
tiu.ril lui iUtui. bdiuuclluo vuiir.alii.a
For further Information call on or address
DR. C, IB. COE, KANSAS CITY, M0.
IUU (III. THAT I.UJtl(IOATl:' MOtlls
biu.i, jiA.Mii.it.iiJiu:i) ii ;
VACUUM OIL GO.
Uui to buy It-arid you will get it la lu
original package) go lo
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
$22, for they can t make it.
to see thos
lose young men's swell!;
you seen the all wool suits at $.f,
Why will you die?
a euro Is within jour reach!
IK3E3ET 57 53 '
(In recent, acute or Inflammatory cne nomi
ter huw hod) nr refund tho mocrj.ttad. more than
that: I nJllcHceJOXurany case of rheumatlim
thitthtstreatment 111 notbelporcurc.
tRlTearellei from tho am. ana cuecic ma
fer rpidly on one rioe 'will cho relief, and
n ffwdjft win clc decided relief. It ruhduea
the pain and iriltlu; lu ttin Julnte, morement
hrtcninftif adir in fmir or Hn d4. and AComDlcta
cureln about a netlf often In u ihortcr time.
The above lithe uual and wonderful action of
the tri ptiuent. anhundredaof cases can teotlfy,
as liiindredofletterlnmypoMeMlonwni ahoir,
nnd irt r 111 profc. lnfact, too much cannot bo
tald In In prnle, siltlsnohumbucnndlt Isnotft
run for any disease except rheumatism, btato
iiirtrtcand5end for terms, bend atampa for
rirt uiar( woica win cno juu panicu
Consultatfon free, personally or by
letter Call ou or address,
W. 9th, Kansas City, Mo.
(Junrter Mm oil Itcil umi IVIiltn Oak.
OAK llRIDGK PLAfK AND TIM-
bvrn. hpi.cliil Bices Anil Length. Cut tu
Order. Write fur delivered prlicn.
YARDS nil Oltlre. 5310 Jlnmilwiiy.
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Dr. DeLap's 'RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
IS bAFU AND ALIVAXS RELIAHLK.
Far btttrr than Tansy or Pennyrojal I'llls and lllmlliir m.dl.
clni-i bvccatfuily usnl In thuusuads ol casm It in a tun rtmdy.
Gvarantitd fctnt promptlj (ejtdi on rtci-lpt of liou Avoid fill
ure kiid dliappominiint Prepaifil by Old Dr. DcLan, ot Pari.,
l'rance. specialist In Irmale comiilalntu M years' pructlce. hoapl.!
and nmce Tor sals by JOHNSON IIUOS, UrugKlna, UQ7 Mala
bt-, Kansas City, Ma bo e esiern Agents.
fcT. LOUIS, MU.oan.
l-HAH. H. milita
FAYOW fi, nr
New York Life Buildinic.
Ill) Covinotom, Cashier.
w ii I.UVIMITUH, uascier. u a MCllll
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btrnrll., Ill.i.. ChrckL
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lilto I uaiiivi Letter.
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