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THE KANSAS CITY" JOURNAL, MONDAY, NOVBMHKIU, I $)-".
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Enterprising Business Men Always Advertise,
THE GERMAN MEDICAL MITIE.
OuVe Columbia 1)11)1111111? Sixth nml Min
nesota ate hue l'or the treatment of pe
l.i t ll,ilses ly competent specialists. Tlio
lnMlutr I. on lor thp dire. Loll Of the coo
ler itel !! !itll for flirii. s nf Hip ill
g stive organs Hr ll ivnnl'ohck Iibcrt'is
of women win bo under Or Von liptRmnn,
lute of I nlverlty of Herlln. 8pe.ini enr
KrHt-j Institute In
Kalian I Ity, Mo.
Hfwnrn tit chritp Im
itator. JOHN T. SIMS
.Justlro of tlio I'esre.
nml promptly Hi
U Ml. IK,
in. net, in,
. Offlru In the Weih I
Mock, 1 ontlh and
Kntms Avenue. I
Delivered tit younloor.
A Yost 23.
Justice of the Tew.
Hew ntinibisr. Wstt 7t
44S MIiiiipoI-i Atr.
VV , t III
Columbia building, nth
and .Minnesota menus
for private cUst All
latest dmrp I iiiubl
Rldence 10U .le-ITer
rinnt. tnoit popular
; .111,1 cuttipletn plair In
th city tor holdliiff
nna tiirotlnirit ut all
kinds Kilca iiann.
Pie Apply at oRIco of
nrtli street Holm.
Jj Tho Jmtrnal oflico has boon t!
removed trom tho Chamber
ot Commerco to the first floor k
of tho Columbia Building at fj
Sixth street and Minnesota K
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X Republican Ticket Wyandotte County,
IIAVIII JIAI! I lN-fllU't .linllro ot tlio
II. I ALIi;N iIihIrb ot tho Dlitrlct
H. O. IIIH.T-.liiilsn nt llio Common
lli:JAMI.V t'llMl'.IU.i: rriiuuror.
.. . I.(M)l'r.I.l.tW simrllT.
. W. SMIM'IICItD-lt.cl.lir of I)pptln.
l.KO.NAKI) l).Mi:i. (oiiiiIt Clerk.
.1. . IKmi.lXI'-1 lerk of tlio Common
WILLI A II llAItl'LAY-Silrvejor.
V. I 'I ODD CoroniT.
I. XV. IIOOKI: CotiimUvloner ot irooil
BATTLE OF BALLOTS.
will in: imtonr i- tiii: city
REPUBLICAN VICTORY CERTAIN.
ki:v. tiAMi: nuiuiiiKiti y msrouu&K
t'rox tiii: nurv or ti;hs.
Hall Cnrrlrri Vu -tot I'c.tr tho !iicfi(li;jitloii
to Zn Iuili) ty CoMTniuunt OMlcfri
A Clas In J'hjslciil Cnlture
The Ilppuljllcnus of Wynmlotto county
can coiiKratuUito thtm'-oHes on tlio man
ner In vlilcli tho campnlKii lnib hi-en con
iHutoil this full, both on tho p.ut of tho
cuudhlatPh nml the county central com
nilttee Thoio Iiiib houn un lutclllKOlit (11s-cu--loii
of party principles nml inmlWatcs,
and cadi nomlni.e on the Ilcpulillc.in ticket
h.i.s iiuo'l bofoic the poplo, luUtlnir In-
LbtlKutlon Into his character ami lltnes-u
oi the ollko to uhlch ho ubplics. Thu
jneotlnRH blue be, n held in ncnily every
imihI and precinct of the county, nml this
open and manly nay of coming before the
people will lesult In un increased majority
for the ticket.
There never were hotter Kopuhllcnni on
n th ket, nml In Intclllsenco and jiociiliai
qiinlineatloiis foi their respective olllcea
they are Keiiernlly udmilted to be far stipe
tlor lo t1it.ii opponenlh.
Take the candldncj of JudRO Alden and
oompaie him Mlth his only opponent, und
tlio oter has a fair hiiiuplo of tho entlro
list of Hepublican candidates. ,Iudc,o Alden
Is an uble, upiluht, impartial nml unblubed
Jin 1st, ,i le.uned lawjir, and withal un
mtie, earneht Hepubllenn, Tho pioplo
want a man of this kind on tlio bem h, ouo
that will pu upon all ijuiHtloiis biforo
him without peisonnl piejudiei. JihIko
Alden should and will lecoKe the bUPfiort
ot cilleiih nit hunt iifcpeit to party, bebide
the t ntlt l!i i.iililkan xotc.
Take, iiK.ilii, J. W. Klicphnrd, lib against
his two oppononts, llulduin nml Ul.ul;. Mr.
Shcpheid is an lu-comiuodalinK public i-eiv-unt,
a niuii well equipped und lilted for his
olllee, and i.o well nrn tho pinple sutlblled
ot this that his ie-olc.elloii lb n.sbiued,
S. Jtionii would lio entliely swal
lowed up ill tho olltce of county tieasuier,
tall as he Is. Mi. fnhnieile, the piebent
tre.iburer und llupulillPiin noinluee, is a
prompt, accurate, oblltiinB and Intelligent
olllclal, and tho piople me only too Bl.id
to ictaiu him for thu becond term, allowed
undei the constitution.
A lunn of betlei judKUient than .1. W.
Loiiatullow cannot bo found In Wjandotte
louiity, und, ImhuIib, he posbesseb lion
iieie Tliia iiiuntN has beta especially
lortunute In tile ability ot thu men i In ted
to tlio ollbi f Mlnillf, and J. I.onuiel
low will follow n Iouk line of able olllclals,
being the eiiual of uni. As un old huIUKt
und ucllvii ittpublliuit he will riedve the
jull paity Mite, with many a ote fiiim
the opposlilon on uccount of his personal
Tlu bimio pialto for spfclnl fitness for tlio
lebpective oillcfs can he bald of l.injuaid
Daniels for county ileik. U Holt lor
Jiidgo of the common pleab coutt, . U.
Todd for coionei, J. AV. Uowlett for del k
of thu common pleas cum l, and Jnines
Mooro for counts coinmlsbloiier Thebo
candidates will iccelMt muro than their
Tho lndlKli.itlnn of MeCluie, Haik find
Hi own, becaiim they weie not allowed to
havo their nuiiies appear tlueo or nioio
times on too oiueiu nanui, nterin miu
ndded ciltlclsm and condemnation pud;
das, and thu voton are fully sutlblled Ihut
It was wicker) upon their part to try to
. ..,.a .l.nl.. n.linnL wl flfl.Ml Oil III) llllltor.
"iheio Is nothing fun her lo do now lm
tB boo that every lUimbllcun tunis out to
moriovv und umn for the cnndldates of
Ids parts', to be found in tho first column
of the- olllclal ballot, and iiiiuk an ""
In fiont ol each name
An the DentcicialH buvo no ticket, It Is
believed that the majority of that party
will biinpoit tho Itepuldkun caudldatea as
b lebuko to the manageib of their party,
who have allowed tin ii.uty machinery to
he used to fuither the Hchi-mut. of tho
I'opiillsts In this countj With a full vote,
the itepubllcan vlctoiy will be overwhelm.
Mir AfUAimir jM'i:sriJATioN.
Mull Currier hay 'I hoy Ar" Atlendliig
Slrlitlv lo'llulr Ilutlcn.
Tho report (u the Journal jcuwiilay morn
ii.g liiat llvo tliotters fiom the poutolllca
elipartmeiit at Washington weic lure
watching the mall currtem of the local
force created lonslileiublo exiltement
among the fr vnda of thu earlier. Tho
carriers, howevei, do not beem to be db
turbed In the least over the pteseoce of
tho spott.ru. Thsy bay thes au- attending
btrictly in their duties ami that they uro
not afraid of being leisjitcl for IncllUli n y
A carrier eald last evvntne; "We are giv
ing the people the veiy best bvrvice pos
elble and that Is all the Uepaitinent can
expect. Hveiy man makes a prompt de
livery and takes a pride In tfiWnu the
jieople good service."
Dc'Uc'ttve Chiihlll' Chlcbcus btokn,
Detective Cahlll now has an opportunity
ro exhibit his olllclal ubllUy for his own
ie to l.
It's not the money
problun with it, liiii
purely hulne. We
wsh in shirts te oiir
Irlililimi" Hr,i in,
E. S. VV. DROUGHT.
succeor to Kitm fltr Planing Mill. '
SnMi, lloor, Moulding, 1 timing nwl I'lnn-
lnt; s rnll nml lliiml s.mlut-, stslr llnllil
I lie, llmilt I oiinUr", tlltlee I Itturr.
hiiiI lliinltroitil I InMiitig. fall
mute pnitiipttr furnWhrel.
Oakland Ave., t or, 4tl.st Kiiimi. (Mir, Km.
OWN FAULT 0. W. BETTS,
i m r t nlli.n.1 lAHhnllt
II l.NJ l.sl MUM' CO.
piibllcltr It rrnunic I.
j lollectlons i 'pfclnlty
SI 25, 51.10. SHOO.
MO rilli, billmirn H,
S. N. Sinipsoa i Fod,
Wyniiilntto (lm t'o..
Mil. Iiil IIIiIk.
personal benellt. Rntunlny night a thlPf
vl-lted hl pretnlps on Nebraska nvpnuo
nn.l now thp detePtlio hnn n few less ehlPk
piis than he posespd Just before the vis
itors cnlled. The hends ot the chickens
were cut oil and thrown near the chicken
nnv or -i in: ori:u.
Iter. I)r. Douchcrty Sijt Ho Mioulil Ito
(iubleil b lib, Conn, Ipiipp.
ISev. .Tames O. Housherty, pastor of tho
1'lrst Conerrpgatlonnl chinch, prearhcil an
Interesting sermon last picnlng on "Con
sclenpo in l'olltlcs." Tills subject wis
cliosei. becaue of tho election to bo held
to-moirow. Ills tet wns "Conscience, t
n, not thine own, but of the othct , for
why Is m llbeity Judged b another man's
coiisclem e. ' 1. Col.. 2't He said:
I his explanatory phtae, ooi urrliig in a
vers familiar passage of un apostolic letter,
suggests that In prttctlrnl matters of so
cial life ,i man muy not follow his own
ccn-clenrc alone. The rne wns n Chris
tlan at tho table of n heathen offeicd mrnt
which some one takes pilns to- tell him
has been a pnit of tho morning offerings to
n n Idol. Tho npostollc Instruction Is that
the Christian must not partake or the m at,
not because It lm been Injured In being
offeied to an idol, or because -h thinks It
hns. but only because vome one at the
tnblo will think thnt ho has done, wrong
If he pin tnkes of It
"The obvious limit to this concession to
the consclenio of another Is when such
concession would rcipilie ono to ilolato
his own conscience, i Ither In doing what
It toiblds oi i of using to do what It en
Joins. Yet up to this limit the principle
holds thnt a man must not consult his
conscience nlono In dctei mining his conduct
In any mnttcr. The emphisis should bo on
his, for what ho Is to regard Is not tho
whims or caprices of other men, hut their
consciences. The teaching then, If gener
alized, is i man must follow his own con
science, having icgard always to the
consciences of othei neison. In his con
duit conforming to their consciences so
fur ns he may without doing violence to
his own moral convictions 1'nles tills Is
a tiuo piliiilple of conduct, no social life
Is possible, every mm is nml must remain a
law' unto himself alone, a mere IndMdtnl
It Is In this sense that consi lence must
he found In politics and at the ballot box.
Jt there be nn who ussert that the moral
law and the golden nile h.ne no place In
pplltlos.vtc may alllim Roosevelt's Judgment
of them, 'The base ejnlclsm of nich mi
ntteiance endenis it lo the knae and the
fool, and under one or other of these cate
gories we must place every man who does
not condemn It.' "Jet there is a mtill pe
culiar class who i'o not bring their con
science Into tltl.onshlp and do not fill
I miner tills censuie. They are neither
knaves nor fools, hut ei pious people
and In most matters veiy sensible Tlnv
'say govt rnment Is atheistic. Clod Is shut
i out fioin the constitution, and we will have
nothing to do with it We are glad thnt
these good people are inconsistent and con
sent to remain in this flodless earth and
even In this Oodles 1 ind Wo could III
nirord to sp.ne thetn, mm though tiny do
not ote. Hut bud as things contessedh
ate, thev would be much v. one did nil the
;;oofl c tl.ens follow the puunple of this
I himill class and leave all politics to tho men
who lioMT follow conscience. The citizen
i too Pious to ote yet iecngnUes govern
ment In the pa merit of taxes, n obedience
I to laws, In MekJng moteetlon of th- con
Mltuted authorities foi his poison and his
piopetts. His example of iiindemulnc on
iPlucllon day whit all the rest of the jenr
hi uses and enjojs. is not like ly to be fol
' ,",'"! ''iv m,"lv wood citizens, being too
I JJIsrcgnrdlng voters without conscience,
to whom nnv appeal that Is not an npi
lta,l to their sillsh interests Is usdess,
and addrissUK 0y sm j, ns m,.nn t0 ,,
JHi ' 'Itl'ifhlp ns well as In Tamils ,
social and business llle, wo mas point out
two lonsldorntlons thnt will eulile a cltl-
f.-i. uj iiuni iienon ai too n mot box In
the oieitlon of nil olllceis two uuestl.ms
?!.l.r lS, y,r', '"t-lllKeiit. conscleniiius
jotei rir-t, what ale the Mews held bv
f,1? ?, .cn? "' !,a,". Second, what son of i
man Is ho jj lillr- these questions occm in
this order, the order or their oci mi, me is
not the sumo ns the otd. r of their Import,
tune, ns a bihf consld, ration will show
I.verv voler pinperlv asks llrjt about a
jaiidldute. what aie his polltltal views?
Ihere are Questions of nubile policy on
which thoio mo wide dltiotenees' of opin
ion. If the otcr has anUed at a seiious
conclusion with leltience to one or Ihiso
(liiestlons ho ought to seel: to give his best
judgment .fleet bv tlng for the man who
holds his Mvw lint then- may be in an
election special, locil questions that ar"
ltumedlatoH of pi line Importance'. Then
the oter will exenlse his Judgment, de
tin mining the ultimata eftect on trie ' per
manent, larger question, of Blvliig pliirr,
nn-I power ; to a man on u loial and turn
sl.nt quesllon whose views oi th" greater
iV,oNiLci!.hiPa,'l',nSi r,,,t"' Tons, lence at
f'iii.. . '.'0N' ""' "If" here, Is not a mere
feeling, hut n moral conviction icstlng on
u sound moral Judgment A man must not
!slVly.w;llu'..l,ls m0Ial convictions of what
is nest for the commonweal, thnt he may
gala some transient benellt for himself
or help put a filend In nillco '""u
,i, '-"fv pltlzen mjts It to hlmelf and to
tho commonwealth lo settle hs political
convictions and to take hs phu0 with that
company of sulous men, that political
party with which his convictions lost
nearly iqieo Having taken his place, ho
Hhfiuld i. 'fuse all otiLrs of combination
with men of radk-alls dlflVr.nt Mews, cm
binalions hiiylnsr n view nothing hotter
nor higher than tho possession of unices
mid thilr perquisite:.. Kueh alliances nio
lmiiior.il. 'ihej- are thu abandonment of
mine i.l. foi pelf Tho middle-of-the-road
Populist Ii n respectable cltUon. Tho JMii.
ulist who blnggtrs noni ono sld of the
toad to tho other to find some one to give,
him biippoit cannot lesnect himself and Is
ociat or Itepubllc.in In pluco of Populist
mi, the Ktntemrnt Is Just as true.
,, fctto or nation was ever hurt by
. .. l.., ,...1 ...A..' Mlt "
tiiiw.'iiliy ,uo lestiecv 111 Ullleis, t'llt 1)0111
men of honest convictions, manfully mam.
tnlncd. however ill verba the convictions;
and no state can ever be aided by men who
linvo no political convictions that they will
not modify or abandon for tho price of an
"o tho Individual voter mutt ask, vvhut
nro the political convictions of this man
for whom I um asked to vote? If ho has
none, bcratcli him. If he upppurs on a
ticket that lepremnts sentiments dlverso
from thoio he professes to hold, bcratch
him. Tim man who Is fale to his own con.
vlctlonx cannot be tine to tiny. If a man
Is on n ticket which Indlcntes n Its head
ing that It Is a union of men of dllieivnt
parties, then the question for tho voter Is
What la the oblect of this union' If tho
only nppuient object bo the capture of tho
olllces as pi lies, then pass It by, leave it
untouched, its candidates mo knaves and
jis supporters fools. Hut If sober men have
abandoned tempoi.it lly their own parties
and combined to take the olllcea out of tho
liandb of n eoirupt ring, then vote for It
help dean the augcan stubles that your
own fujoiite hoige may bo healthier. A
healths conscience Is alvvnjs closely allied
to common ene.
"Hut the second question from every con.
kclentlous voler no candidate can escape.
What Is j'our churacter,' If the man has
been In oilb o before, or has been promt
nentlj before, the public, the question Is
easily ausvvcrtd. ills re-election Is ui In
dorbcment of his character This does not
jiieun, of ton isc, his peisonal. but his olll
clal character This distinction needs to
bo made. In voting for men who are can.
dldates for olllces we are not guaranteeing
their piety, but only expressing our Judg
ment that, they are fit men to hold th.t
If ou go through llfi pivinir jour hard lmi;,i f Ik. IVin
crime 1 dntlirs to landlords for r. nt nml uUilcc cl ln- ' ca"")
when id I ni. overt iK' oil, sou llti 1 vour- riflli nml
self poorer than Joil were when jou b- Mlntir.oto Airnnr.
fffh f .Ie, . iip l.f..n.l rn va. ,, ... I n r. .. ttfnrn
twrtlcular ortlce to which ihey tire nspir
lug. For Insiniue. If a rni..llil.ili for Judur
worn a convicted bawdier, o ought not lo
vot fur him on any ronsl letatlon Al
though he held our liolltlrnl Mews nml ex.
preed them more forcibly than up could
hi connection with boodlem forbids lh.1t
ho should touch the ermine. If n candi
date fir clerk of a court Is ill-sip-ile I, no
mailer what ticket his name Is on ho
matter what rliureh backs him. no good
cltlfeit i iin vote for him. The man who
hns gnatest gympathj with him In his
striittxlrs with temptation will be the Inst
to but him Into the lnldt of t, miitnllun b
giving him an easy otuci.il position m
the other linml. If Intelligence, upright
ness nnJ sobrletv hae innrked the olllelnl
enreer of one who Is how a innilldille, It Is
Kvod lommon scne In politics to let well
eitoiiKli nlotte, to rIvp h ei ond term to one
win hns ptoved Virtuous In rtlllce
'Thin question of the chancier of the
cnndliMtp, although hot the first question
oskeil by the voter, Is Ihe most Important.
Tor n man without character can reprcfcnt
no iolltlP.it Mews; n man untlt lor Hip
place to whlpli he Ii electi-d. Is a burden
and a reproach to the pnrtv ipspniislble for
ins election, .no man enn neuer n'lvnnce
tho Interests of his chosen pnrty thnn to
refuo to vote for a candidate on his own
tli ket whom he knows to bo unlit for the
iHislllui to which he aspires.
"Let pvery voter take his conscience with
him to the voting place, and nlso his com
mon -pnsp, so thnt he shall neither be con
scletic. less nor ci)nclpnce-mnd Common
sene icqtilres him to regird the conscien
tious convictions of other men ntid do
nothing to orrend them This will make
him ii lonl. Intelligent memler of some
palltliiil pnrty. but never i slave to nny
pnrtv Ills pollticil convl.qiotiH require
him to vote for members or his own party
If thev are men nt for the others to which
thev aspire, and to vote ngnliist them, for
his own snke, for the public good ntid for
the part j 's snke, If, In liTs sober Judgment,
thes are men unfit for the places to which
they have leon nominated."
A lon of llie City Council JJ lit He Held
An adjourned meollng of the city council
will be held to-morrow evening It will
llkelv be un uneventful csnn, n there Is
but little business on the docket. The mem
hers of the council will get the election re
turns nt the city hall, and there will IHtely
be nn unusually large proved nroiind the
city halt to-morrow evening.
CLASS IN 1'HISICAL CtJI.TURK.
Organized by Curly Young Lndles nf the
first Presbyterian Church.
A class In physical culttiro has been or
ganized by nbout forty jotlllir ladlis of the
I'lrst Presbyterian church of this city. The
class holds bcsslons every Krldny after
noon and calisthenics Is one of tho princi
pal features of the class exercises.
I,nit the Mgbt of Ono Kye.
Sitnuel Larson, n butcher at Armour's
packing house, met with a peculiar mil
dent about a month ago, which hns result
ed seriously. He was trimming a beef .it
the time and the tail of anlnnil stm k
him In the right e-yc. Thu Injury was not
considered dnngeious then and little atten
tion was paid to it. About a week ago a
ctim commenced to grow over the eve
and medical aid wns secured hut failed to
rave the sight of the eve Mr. I.nson Is
a oung man and has betn In the employ
of th" Armour companj for several vinrs.
He resides at the comer of Fomth street
and Uverett avenue.
fur It, ut.
Deslrnble ofllce room", slngl" or en suite,
with or without vault accommodation. In
Chamber of Commerce building, Knnsas
City Kns., centinllv located at ltlvervlevv,
elevator; steam heat, electric light, low
prices, rine large hall for lodge purpo-es
We h.ivo two vacant nights per week AIo
large hnll on giound lloor, suitable for
dancing parties, for particulars, call on
Janitor at building, or
AI.HX. KINDLAJ". Agent.
Hunki r bldg , Kansas City, Mo
Will Aid the Worthy I'oor.
George 1.. Miller Is superintendent of .1
new mls loil school opened reccntlj at
Third street and rrankllu avenue It Is
directls under the auspices of the first
Prebsterian church The members of that
church and the members of the KndciiMir
society of the chinch are determined to
make an active struggle to nld the woithy
poor, and bellevo that mission work Is tho
piopei was to do this.
nnicir llle, ted. ,
The Senior Society of the First Presbyter
Inn church has elected olllcers for the en
suing term as lollovvs President. Miss
Inima Cooper; vice presi lent, Clnv C-ibuin;
seeietnrj. .Miss May I)als, corresponding
secietarv. Miss Mayer; treasurer Ouv
Jones; delegate to loe il union executive
committee, Cliv Coburn; good citizenship
delegate to local union, llruno Hobbs.
A Mlisiotiiirs Mpctltig.
A meeting of the Local Union of the
Missionary Societies ot the Pichbyterlin
church will be held at the Western High
lands Presbyterian church next Saturday.
.Miss Mary L. Coil, a missionary recently
letuined fimn Slum, will be present and
will talk on missionary work.
F.vps tested free. II. .1. DUNNINO
A ball will bo given nt Casino tn-motrnw
evening bs the electrical work, is of this
Division No. 2. Ancient Order of Hiberni
ans, will give its fourteenth annuil ball
Tuesday evening in t'nlon Club hall
The Swedish-American Political Club will
meet this evening nt its usual place at
S o'clock. Important business will be trans
acted. The board of education will meet this
evening to see that every mucauilon Is
enfoiced to prevent diphtheria from get
ting into the iichools.
lieglnnlng next Sunday eenlng. Dr. II.
O Memlcnhall will deliver a s,.res of ser
mons nn tho "Chtlstlun's Armor' In the
following order: '"lhe audle, rh,
Hreistplute." "The Shield," "The Helmet"
and "Tho Sword."
The various churches of this city will
hold union servlies on Thanksgiving ila.
The service will be conducuted nt the
Third Ilaptlst chuich und the seimon will
be premheil by Itev Chandler, pastor of
the People's M. P. church.
The llrst Issue of tho I'iiat Presbytt rliiu
Chin, h Nevvb made its uppe.unm sb
terdas It Is edited by Dr. II. (1. Mention
hnll, pastor of the Pint I'rvbhj terlun
ehuieli.aiiil is Intended for the benellt of tho
church. It Is an eight page, tout column
paper, brim full of matter of Intriost lo
W. M Hughes will go to Wichita to-diy.
MKs C.urle Clark will leave this evening
for Denver to epend tho winter with her
Airs O. It. Trower ami daughter. Miss.
Pay Tower, havo gono to Chicago to visit
State Accountant Challlnor c.imo from
Topuk.i jesterd.iy und will remain heio
until utter thu election.
A. rc, WatEon and a number of local
lrtsmen will leave Wc'tlnebdij for a ten,
days' hunt In Atknutas,
The ltuinblicuii 'Ilcket JYlll Iterelro n
l.argu .Vlujorlty uf the J'utrs Cut In
'llil City 'lo-lnorrou,
During the last few days sovernl Iteptib.
llcan c.indldiitcs and their friend-, have
been looking uflor their political luteiests
In this city They lepoit very favorable
conditions tor thu llemiuilc.au ticket. In
tact the only political gossip so far no
tlceable Is strongly In support nf tho He.
publicum,. One big rally pas been htdd by
them, while tho opposition hus practically
made no campaign here.
For beveial jcars past Argentine and Its
citizens have llgurcd in no small num
ber of lawsuits and legal transactions unit
eonueqututly uro inoro Inteiested In tho
selection of thu two Judges thuii other of
llces. The voters bee the necessity of electing
good und capable men, ami thes. with u,
few exceptions, will vat" the Itepubllcan
ticket. Judge Henry I. Alden and Mr. XV.
U. Holt havo more anient supportcis In
this vicinity than ever tho candidates for
the county Judgeships hud befoie. Judge
Alden has made fiicuds heie because of
his ability as a Judge ami his iiersonnl In.
tegrlty, und he will receive a large major,
Ity of tho votes cast for Judge of tho dis
trict couit. And the same is equally ttuc
legardlng tho candidacy of Mr. W. O.
Holt, who Is an abla and successful law
yer und an honest man,
Mrs. Hell Heed, of Canton, Mo., Is In the
HOW TO (MOT HID OKTJIK PAIN.
I'alns In the lliick, I'nln In the Motle,
I'nlus In the ,1, ilnta I'.ilm In
Vltiit Ciiu-ps I linn unit l hot t tires
I'nln l ii plgn of iliscHne
Von vvniit to Kft r'rt t It
ThetT nn tvvi vvnys.
Kltlief to CtJUU the illsrne or 1112.
IjIKVI: the pntn,
The til nt vvny l th? httpr The r'Plt
INt5 .settles tho illseflw nn.l tin pnln
The lir.Lli:Vl.Vt only helps the pain
It will conic buck ilirnln. Tl dl. i e
slnys rlftht vvliero It In nml eats avvns
your htmltli. Von mnv not feej it vvlnle
the pnlll Is KOtlP, llllt It Is i hero Jut
I'nln In llio bnett I klriiioi IrmMr
It cun be ctticsl Willi Dr. llohb'H Spni
ngus Klilupy Pills.
It enn be ciireil lo ntBV nvvnv nn 1
with troper cntc, never tn une b i U
Kidney trotlble gives n ri".it deal of
trouble lo dootolK.
It Is html to cilio. There are nn many
compllontlons. Thcj' are geneniiij so
Only Dr. Itohli'n Ppnrngus Kldnev
Pills make such a huge ppiceiitne-e of
The Aspningus from which th' v nre
mnde liu.s such n licnllntf, soothing eur
ntlve action on the kldnovs It is, siicli u
gentle unci healthful tonic, thnt it cures
iieaiij- every enso of Itldncv trnuble in
which It Is tihoil.
Ithctiiintlsm Is pain In the muscles
Lotions, etc., imii only relievo the palm.
They enn't cine the rheumatism
Iihoum.ithqn Is a complication nf kid
ney trouble. It Is a poison in tho blood.
The klilncvH should hnve takt n It out,
but they didn't.
Ilobb's SpaiUKlls ICIdnev Pills will
cure rheilinatlsm. They do It by helping
tho kidneys in their wink of purlfvlng
the blood. They do it so thnroughlj
licit It is verj- seldom the ihutimiitlHin
ever conu.s back.
I'nln In tho Joints Is gout It Is caused
by u poison like ilieiiitmtlsin It can be
clued on the same plan, by curing the
ltltlnevs, by taking Dr. Ilobb's Sparnglis
Pain in the head, ilils Is a symptom
ot brain tiuulile, but It is caused by the
" Tho binln, In working uses tip Its
subsinnce. The blood supplh s now sub
stance. Hut when the blood Is Impute
(on account of sick kliluevs) It gives no
nourishment The hr.iln weais out. As
it weirs. It pains. This is Its danger
llendnohoo, dizziness, nemnlgiri, etc,
nn lie ciited with Dr. Ilnbb's Spnrngus
Klilne- Pills. Thev do it b curing the
kldnevs. by lenewlntj the put Ity of the
People who hnve suffered from pnlns
and aches fur jenrs should try Dr.
Hnbb's Spntngus IClilnev Pills.
l'me blood will end theli aches, and
give them a new feeling of life and
For the blood Is tho life
llllt It must be pure bio id
Dr. Hnbb's Spiingiib Kidney Pills arc
for Kilo at nil druggists f .i in cents per
box. or will be sent tn nnj adtlit'ss, post
paid, on lect'lpt nf price
Please write for valuable medical pam
phlet, sent free bj Ilolib s Medicine Co,
Clilcng'i ni S.m Francisco
niK nml .'..in viiitn si,
Hobbs' Pills, -JO Cents.
Cl'T ItATFS o HVCRJ'THIVi;
cltv Alsltlng filenls List evening she
sang at th, HnptNt ihuiih,
15 W .M. I'.illoiu who Is nttcndlng the
state nl mill unlveisltv nt Hmpoila Kas.,
was calling on fnends hcio jcsterdiis.
P. C Domiibk, of Alhmy, N Y , Is tho
guest of Argentine fi lends.
The bom it of education will hold Its reg
ular nionthls meeting at the olllee of Su
pt'illitcndoul Soitel, In the Hrtice building,
this evening Itoutine business will Ukels
consume tho entire time ot the bonrd.
Snmuel Ncelej', of Laketown, Ind., Is the
guest nf f I lends bete.
James Fallow Is (siting friends nnd rel.
ntlves In St I.ouls, Jlo.
C C. Logan, of No. IK, Shawnee nvenm
Is dniigeioublj 111 with mnlarl.il fever.
.Mrs Sirah Huclmun has returnetl to her
home ut Lacon, III, after a bihf visit
An election dinner will be solved by the
Daughteis of Libert j to-morrow at Ultl
The Outer of the World will liold a meet.
Ing to-morrow tvtnlng, when somn candi
dates for membership will be lnltlnted,
Mrs. j. it. Allen died it the family home,
on Sixth btieet, yst(n!.iy, after a pio
longetl Illness. I'uneial niiangcments
liave not been mndi.
The Junloi Order of I'nlted American
Woikmeu will give a supper JS'ednesduy
evening at Its hall ejulte n iiiimbt r of
fi lends of the niemhPis h.ivo been invited.
The Kansas City Journal Is delivered In
Itoseilah) by Hugene Miller, who will also
collect for the suinu nt the reduced rutn of
1U runts a week and muke his collections
. .i rial ....mm,! i ft a nl fACf nil In tTniil-
I I (111 K IIKMHIOK " "'M.ii.ii M Jn-
alxuu Jti.sr lifforu M o'rlnoK lust nlnht on
.suspicion nf inssiiiK a l-Kiit !) cent tfvr
inir Ilunil InHtliutt. -.UI stait a watfoi. out
. ". . . . .....1 ,. h.iii... (r, linn,, i.nn,, ,k
lo-uas in iiuiiw .. ,.u..-. . .v ......-t
for old clothes foi woiths poor.
fi XV, Muish, of No PCO'i Hast Twelfth
stioct. rcpuited to Hie police that u, ililef
enteiud his plaie of buslnegg Saturday
night and cariled avvav his overcoat.
!i ant O'Jlaver. of No 1S12 JJ'oodl.ind
avenue, was cut In the sldo of thu In, id
bv an unknown assailant at 3 o'clock yes.
tiirday nioinlug. The jiollco surgeon Uicss.
ed his Injuries.
.Mr and Mis. Hoivland, demonstrators
of spllltual phi noun na, gavo nn exhibition
of thdr powers lo a luge audience in Til.
coma, hall, ISii (Irand av,nue, last nlht.
Tlio exhibition was conllned chlelly to
talks and mati rlalUations.
A son of Attorms I lank Lowo Is lsing
ciltlcally HI at his home. No. l-JOl Puik
iiveiiuo. Ho was Injuud by u fall several
das' ago, and was luinpelletl to to to
bed Dr McDonald was called und has
been In attindiiuci cv.r since.
John AMIIIains, want, d In Kans.iB City.
Kus , on tho lii.ugi) ot stealing shoes of
31. Lavllie, a sloiekiep. i un Jumcb street,
was anestcd on 1'iilmi avenue sesieiduy
bv Contain Hums and Lieutenant Casej
jlo was dellvtrcd to the Kansas police
The condition of Counts Marshal Joseph
H. Kebhlear, who was taken blek with
pneumonia last Wedutsdu vvua consldtr
ubly impiovi'd yebterdas. Ho is being at
tended by Dr. C. 1). McDonald. It was
announced last night that Muishal Kesh
leaf U practically out ot danger.
Tho police anestcd William A, Holey, u
gray wblskeied man, Satuiday night and
locked him up at Central station for safe
keeping. He- wus Intoxicated. Yesteiduy
torciioon Holey had sobered up and ho vvu-s
leicaseu. nu hcih ,u,,, .,,,. buiiicmi ,i,
the home ot ox-Sheriff Sltllngton, SOiO
Tioost avenue, wlitie he crcuied juch a
.it. ...1. ...n. ,l.n, n tinlipem.in h.l.l tn 1..
lll.llllM.lllVB.tl". 4.-..-- ... .. . ww
culled to take him uwus'. He was locked
A. J. Wugner telephonist le police at
Central station jesterdas" thav ft gang of
lllL'll ua jiuftbiitH luuiitviii'H ittyiiiej 11, llllt
neighborhood of iVcnty-llrst and Wsom
Ing streets. An oillcer wus sent out to
Investigate. He iciiorted thut tho gung
comprised one colored pian, who hud passid,
a bogus X-cent piece on a bartender of u
saloon in payment for a drink. There were
no arivsts. (
Goods sold on installments
WAS BELOVED BY A PASHA.
III" SJ Itl v III
K.s vs til V.
Itl. NOW IN
fled Her utl I nml lo f,nie ii Ittijul
.sulliir .situ uuil Hi r family Were
1'orset in, dAi i oiiiiMlllell by Ii
When pretty Labitble Arberil btootl 111
the pulpit of Ihe lndtpcndinee Avenue
MethodlM chuich yestenlaj', nud told a
large audience of her native Sjrla, none
who heard her dreamed of tho romance
of her pist life.
Few who weie there even suspected
that this grl, who Is not jet 10 years of
age, has paused through adventures that
would cause mnnj' nn older person to rhud
del. It' Is another case of fatal beaut),
which nttiacted the attention and Mil red
the tool of the soung Pasha ot Turkej".
And It Is on account of his attentions that
the jouns ladj Is now In America.
There Is no doubting that Miss Aibced
is pretts As wus said before, she Is li
Sems of a-o. She is of medium height,
vvi.h prett) hands and feet and a well
rounded llguit Iter complexion Is of that
dusky hue which at once suggests the
oibnt; tier hnlr Is as black as i ie night,
and her ej es ate large, dark and express.
The stoij' of Miss Arbecd's life begins
In the little village of Haulbeck, Sjrla
This was one of the impoitant cllUs ot
the Orient, but must lay Its claim to mod
em lepututlon, chlefl) on account of pos
si -slim- the ruins ol the Temples of the
Sun and .Inpli'i, vvhldi, il (s said, were
originally built by Solomon, and nfterwnid
it built by the Itoman einptrors. Miss Ar
b i 1 Is the ilaughtti of Antoiin Aibcil,
who was until tecent years one of thu
m .-t inlliientlal men In his part of H.v rla.
11. owneil i . i o n 1 1 i . a hotel and a largu
number of horses, and was what would
lie called rhii. Hut Antomi became no
un untel with the missionaries who wero
s.nt out from Fiane. and Ameiku and
i-oon renoiincisl his Mohammedan religion.
In Tuikej and lis trlbut.iilts this Is .in
unpardonable sin, and tho Tuikldi gov
ernment began to persecute Antoiin by
contlscntlng his property. It wns only a
Seur before he was practlealls a poor
Aboiint nine Mnis nira. Mrs. E. C. ltliek-
Ingham, of Chi ago, accompanied by her
d lughler, itnsulle, who Is now the wife of
Hairy c! Selirldge. of the tlrm of .Mai-
shall Field ,Vj Co., of Chlnigo, passed 'rho olllelal aiiuoiineein,-iit of the compo
tlnough nnullieek while inuklng u tour of , Btlun of the Aimeniiin coinmlsdon of cou
th,. Fast. They stajed at Antouii's hotel tied Is as follows- Preblilent. Cli.-ill; I'.f
for seveial davs. and Miss Rucklugham be- I r.,,ii ,,f the i-mni of nnm ills, iiieni il lice.
came much mulched to Luliei tile, who was
then a bright child of nine summers miss
Hm Ulnghum wished to tulle Lebeeble to
I lihago with her, but when sue found it
to Is- impossible, she mude u, strange prop-
osltlon to tier mother,
Sometime, befoie) that Mrs. Huckingham
ha I prouilst d her daughter, who was th n
in school, a magnlllcent nc-iul ne-cklni-e on BPvcinl jier-ons weie killed anil wound, d
the tiny she graduated, i lie daughter sug- ut jjiuibilllr on Fili'ny. dining some ii its
gi-it.l that InslinJ or reclvlng the neck- arising Horn an Armenian iiitatU upon tho
hoe she be allowed to spend the nume-v il i ninniues.
would cost In end'ug Labei ble lo I'l Some eitun Ainnnl.ins iitlncke.1 'I.l. n
mis. inn schools at lt.-viout, on the MoH- tenant H.is.m Vclm whi, vith his wile
ltc-iranenn -Mrs. lluiklnghani consi uted an I an, ehildieii, wa trmllng to Maiascn,
Labeeble wns pl-iced lu the schoil. It wnsim)( kill, 1 the whole family and tilled the
tin-re thnt the rornnn 'P. which resulted In poilies ut the vlttluih
Miss Albeeel's lUuhl to a lorvigli land, limit ,
its beginning. ,.,, Mt-n im oijro
in the bame cit the voiing inpiia, tin-iv
. ... ...I.. ....... .. .. n- .,ln. I,,., 11. Rl I ,
pi-.ii -c-,i ui uht ,.- i.j..H ... .... ...-
SfawurS.'.".",'1 "u'l,;'.1, "s'he .""11
sears or age the puna prisentu mniseu
ut tlio school one das, aceomp.inli'd by a
gil.nel ot twents-llvo sol tiers, and asked
to sen .Miss Arbeed. When bin- appeared
in- cifreied her a costly i,rcenl. but as
hhc'ku. vv full well that he wished to man v
I"M'lllliri''Hp ."IM .ijucri e,iniiiiiii nvi
.studies In tlio nils-Ion s hool, inking courses
in Hngllsli. Pre in h, Ar.iol.. Tmklsh ami
music. Shu is now piotlclent In all theso
blanches. During h,r lust year at Hie
, iin.,1 she was ae.omi inlc'.l hv her sister,
11 ,... . n.. IL... sxliail nAlil nilAil bn
. . .... - j ..... '
who bears tho Hnullth mime
Alamlo is but 10 jeais of age-, ami Is now
lu this city Willi ner sister,
About tho lime that -Miss "Aibecrs bchool
lis wei". ov'ei Hm pasha b.-i.imt) moio
,he s wei.. over tint I
opt n in his hiilt tor her hnml, tinel askeel
bet fin her to give her to liiiu for a wife,
promising to marry no otln r whllo sh
lived. The- fathir did nut think welt (if tho
pioposat and lefusnl. A stoimy Intel v'levv,
whldl .Miss Aibeed disetllic's Willi great
The piblui said: "I nm the pnshu," and
tho father said In did not c iro whether he
was, ho would not consent to lhe vvodtllug
ships, pieseiuecl Itself Thu pasha was
.il, aid thut un attempt might bo mudt to
lly to America and had taken pret .unions
l'oitunately for Miss Arbeed, some Amen.
tan tourists who wmo then lu the cits', lu-
Miss Aibeed lived with Mis." Selfildgo for
nearly three sears. She was at thu house
when the pasha was eutertu ned by Mrs.
Selfrldgc-during the world's fair, but kept
. ..i.. ... .v.. ...... si .i...,. i..., ...
pasha told his hostess that he had not
e-omo to Atactica to se-u the exposition but
cuiov tu Aitivtttu ,u pirn ,,iw i-aiiv,imuii IfUl
to Ilnd his dulling. It was only a few d.us
her. she refused It, on the oiu iiiuo Plea nll0 s(0ic Is left lu town. Jt binned over , " ' "t " '1,," ' .n " , ,,, V .
lhai h.-r parents would not ni.pruyu of It. nr,.a of l0r nPr,.a, taKltiK with It six i'Tb.K v of I cn I il.sk i.Vl in. c
The pasha insisted L stating thnt the prrs- ', sllll,, , , ,! i10qB. opciu house, one i1' l. J..1, i-ocim cm 1 I..m.. -1 si. . , i ri h ,
ent came tram Mies lluck tighatu, and m,,,,y , otlu ha.noi-s shop, two grain Jl ' "' .V..0',1! J,. ul,,inV ,lu-ii e hoki I to il-atli
that ho was nstruct.il to deliver t. TIiIh ,'., v,:toi. utu- lumb.-i and coal ym.l and JJ ' ",,'a'3 "UM '' .Viiinili "..!". mng V
Mury was not believed and the pasha took burlier simp, post.dtlce, two .Hug sto.es, h o had I j y$x?Xtrn-""
hi- present aw ay. two saloons, tlnee gciietal men hniuilse man nqineci iiocucei is mi ie r
evih 11 Hie WIIDie 1UIIUIS was coiiuenilll u in nui vuuk- avenue tun, imittii Hint "! ,-",,." ,V if,,, i'l, Ull in ,iiui,li in let was
vvhT1,n '" t,,"",, la,,0n' 1,Cl".8,' "r rartllu"lt-' H w,t., Sf i.m lb "eh'u.'c'lihas
.. iv v, er vv anted III Hi. Joseph, Mo., to unsvur to ,he largest in.mbiibhip of ..ns e bun h of
Slilgh-anJ "who'l!';,1! j': tpnr,i,rlPd'uJ th., clu.ge of Imjie-r.onatlut; a Fnlted tlmt jldiomlnatlon In Uu Uli, Stciles
Mr. Selliidgc. Miss Aibeid bad been. In States peniotv coniiub.bloner and obtulnln,- J ' ' .-"ha , i. l" The . hmc Ii Is
constant commuul.'.utlon with Mis. Sel- m011l... f,m , M,Mb., utuler the pre nt - Ic-bt an, 1. M night con ml t til
..' 'ffice" SI.;"' nno cetl thit l"b'be "'?' -''cluing pensions lur tlio,,,. It Is w? ,' !,e pake ,ag.. and uuioiig other
ol. ,i,. v.',e,b , m J n ie f'leKeU Hint he has defrauded hundreds of donallulls In the l o tor Were chc-cki
Jn..'0 . V ' lii'U'hubU Jc!r' beli'.'g ri,laJ,rteil ,,,nin a'.!!.8 .ile-'pnlled" &! "nuun"" ' h""al "UmlreJ """
rTitV'oruolewhl iioiLSTeolllVoVtln'oroflfi, Kill, .. H. r Own , rl.
I, IVe'sai'c; LfgorvT' WWth "B "',"a !''"'., A". UU2r,t,r", ...l . Topcka1.Kas Nov. S.-(Speclal ,) . A inur.
Hut II dill cuts' lu the foi m of Sold as, '', ""' ,", '..". ,,o ' 11- wll be takVn "p.r. V'!11 ,b '" V"Kusi ai rawiu-e. i). v.,
.. i... .. ... i,..,i ii.si.ii.n.ri ,.. ,, .....i. ,u ,.,. Ihorue several wc-tths UfcO. lie will oe taicen .,),, Is mn. eel nr: mora th ui usual utten.
i.iesteii inemserves in ner oeiiurr aiui un ....-...t... . ..
one dink night, closely veiled ami dr.i,e.l ' V e e hi v ncc c!uu Ltniid Ju.i o ,,,,lt',t 1,er g"" "niJ 8"' ','":By UeaU-
In Am. llcan clothlmr. she went aboal.l Hit, ? a llt-'eilsld I hi Wills bUIll bin cl Jllst III
Lhl i as u member of the Ameiican party. I PH l,fV v Hrv L nunu- i ,. u weei : til leJ. '"''" ""' "' ,,k ba.le-Ue. dliulnm
Sbo went dlivct to Chicago, accompanied ?."'" ' ,- ,, ' ",", ,"Vuf th,. lleenseel nausea, coujilpatlon. pain lu tut tide, giurau.
bv her sister, who had hem allowed to '-, ."'"" ""d ,,' Ti.V, f J,,Lai, I!?a. wed to those uslue tatur's Little Liver PHU
ain. ....iixts.r nn,i,.,..oi.,.i r- Litiivt ua lu ll nicii eiiuiiivi h h ' i' j iuv irutf-
atier mat, nowever, mat a teicgrani un. mu have me name ui ii.hhj oumui. uu
iiouneing the serious Illness of his father l bit ajiacitatevl for labor arul he said he
was received and the joung man was bold gum lu preference to begging,
foi c til to leave without seeing the object of Captain iirunham took lturnctt'a person
his devotion al bond for ab ayyodranco In polloe ewurt
Sliu-e tlien Miss Arliecd bus been travel- to-day,
May wear cliainnnds and a stniit in autumn witb impunity. The
ladies of Kansas City, however, retiuirc nice, warm, comfortable
Cloaks, well made, properly lined and honestly put torrcther. Hut
warmth alone would never satisfy the cultivated anil critical tastes
of our patrons. Style, artistic richness, and fashionable beauty are
what our ladies demand. And our store is the place where they
pet them always. There's another great boon here that's not
elsewhere an I'cpiitablc Credit Sj stem. No lady need suffer
from the co'd or bear the panjjs of wearinrr an old oloak for lack
of cash, People .if' surprised at the convenience ol our Kasy
Va incut Plan.
to all parts of Kansas and Missouri,
t?Wl,tsW.I-1MJ'nl'Tl P1 ! 1 Ils1'iilsnwn
jHWHiAMHTH lt,.l JITI'iajl VKJtf-flesiUPtstJBP'
Il 1 eiii , Ti
U' I il. W ilk ill
r i in. i i).
t um. lo Voi 1 1
ii" vv In Kiinsii
.IV 'lilt lio v
IB the irt ' of
ii t i ..f ihe r .1111111
ui. ilieti ( Hi lies lo
Hi v ll ! in (in
I tug nt i I llishluo
in It th. il .te nun of
St ver il o I Ho hill h is tnle or tli
u pi que
an.l will mm 1- i tin. s on tlu Ir mine Ian 1
Win n Mtn b a liporbr tot Hit Jouintl
vesienlav tin M'ss.s Albi d wire qu ie
i-ommuiil' .Hive reguidlUK Ihelr unuiv
Thev sluttd that tin v believed ems word
of the repoits of Ariuenlun ntiociil, s, and
told the storv of Labeeble's life to hIii.vv
what the pasha will do. Thev il-o lold of
nn occasion where, in a little ills no n
their own home, a whole family had been
clecipitiitoii Willie at lunch, because th
bend of the hntisi hold hm! ,llsnt,..iH ,1 th.
pish. i Win ni vi r the jiaiha was uieiitlont 1
Miss Arbepcl ivoiilel shudtbr and her eves
wotiltl llnsh ns she spniL of him as "Will
Tile lepoiter vcntuied lo ask Jll-s Ar
heed If It is a usual thing for the women
Of the Fast to dre.i.l being male the wife
of the pasha, and the ptiiiupt unsivii was
"'n" It seems thai the lot ot i pashas
wife Is not Hie liiii.nl' st on euilh
"An American lii I would doubtless lump
ii a fiuiiiii' oi iii.li iciiiti. woiiiu mil. not
asiteel Miss Arheeil, opening her ejes to
their mile st extent.
".Mans of the m would," icplled th. u
ponet. Miss Aibeed relolnetl. "The Ameilcnn
gins wouiii lull in
knew the man '
low with the till.
MISSIONARIES IN DANGER,
Vinerleius In llillls .Vile foi' II. I j, I ruin
.Vllulsier I e mill V Dmu mil Vl.nle
oil the. I'm Ie.
Constantinople, Nov. S The Ameilcnn
missionaries in Hltlis have again com
plained to t'nitrd States Minlstt i Ten. 11
lhat they ure in imminent ilnngei Mi
i'eiiell and Hon Michael Heibeit. the
Hritlsh chaigo d'affaires, have tlorefoie
again mnde a demand upon the poi to tn
Insure the protiction of the Am. Hums
The reKirt which has been publlshttl of
Tin Irish attacks upon Huhinlk. Kh.iipoiit,
Slvas, I'lfa and elewh"ie are not riillv
contlrmcil, but both the gland lisler ant
tho Armenian pulrlnion have sent I. le
giams eujoli.iug the ptsiple' lo put foith
eiTorts toe aim the exi it, un nt.
It Is rumored that tho Turks are still pil
laging the Aimenian shops In Erei.uiiu,
where the riots nie found lo be mote seil
nus than wus at llrst leported It is now
said that 2W corpses huve already be eu
The Aimenian population of Anatolia uro
sending iU-leK.it i to petition M. N llelotf,
the ttusslan nnibaSMidor 10 request Ihi"-
sin to temporal lis oo ups the Armenluu
i movlnc es.
'phe sultan ha
noriinirinil 'Pew til. Push L
i f,om lb i lln to .liscnss the situation.
manager of tin Hank of Agiic iillure. Cm a.
theoelur.i Kfinidl hud Al.liillih H-v. conn-
i selors of slate. Johanndo Ilir.-ndl proem -
,ur of the imp, rial conn of accounts;
ehtl Hc-s-. of tin e ourr of uppt.ils; Ililber
Hfiendl, hgnl iiiiins-li.r to the inlnlsier of
i urll, lul telegiains recelv pit here state that
i fttlijnuiJi lr.o,, hm fionia
'a "J run, on.. ,,-nUloi, b, ..,. 1 ,. ..
i iwis iimj "im -m"-1 ,..-..
,, Loss ut isn.'.iinu.
,,, vi, Vnc " V snecl.il teleuinm
Omaha, Neb., Nov. -a sp.ci.ii iteiec,iam
to llio Him- fiom Arcadia, In.. Fiiys.
Fli l.-iied Aicadia to-nlglil, and only
...... .... in lln,a jl,,l itllel hlllilu Hill
(i 1 1 1 1 ftt , IMIt t HI 111 1 1(1 " nun-, wns .
mure, on.- buielnr bhnp, on- va.-ain nu.i.- ,
mom, one hoot ami shoo stole and four'
bains. Tin-e-btliunied loss Is $,, ,(.), n.ully
mieied bs insuianee. A high wind was
blowing at tb- time, niul ilieie wt-io no up-
.ii ..I.t .... , in ,,.
piiances im imutiiis i,. ..-.
Don't wiili mil II .ton ure sic Ii before tr.'ln
Carters l.lula t.lvi'r Pills, jut get a Ttlt at
once. Yoncini lake itiem wlibmit benellt.
Al.l.flifll I'l.NslDN sV IMHiFlt.
Itolierl llt'lim, All is I ill linn lie-, Wi.iil.-il lu
SI. tlosepb, (iiptiiieil In Ibis tils.
Diitectlves Shelby nnd M-bol list night
atiostcd Itobtit ileliib, alias Hubert Car-
ibornt. at tin- coinel of Light- nth -ne.it
A . gle ss I'tddltr J ..! ,.
For several nights a legless man has
stood on. thu i uil In. fiont of tho e-nlrauce
ro the Oram
,d opera House ami toui ctji-vv.
UV,'.?, "I'l'tite lor tuni
Iho Lglvss man had a good yoke und
' iub " "'"V,,;" '"." , , . ' .,
JUj, competitor lust night appealed to the
inillr.. in .itiMr ino fcJTonir oli;fti intlt-
vldual for sell ng gum without o. peddler's
license, A polb-teman nirested tho legless
......--. .. i--.- -....---- --.- --. --.--- .
man and took him to Central btutlon, where I
' ..... .......... i ....i ...i t fifth tiiinli, '!.!! v of Itev. .1 S. Vlvelrt D.IS-
(U si, uuitriii lu-li).
Writs tor Illustrated Catalogue.
row mti i i,
i ni.M ii i:i:mi:iy.
"Dr. DeLap's New Tonic Pills."
Produces ihe nliove result In fO DAYS
-NO LONGFlt' It acts powerfully
and ipilekls Cured others, will cure
sou Joung men will rcc,ain their lost
manhood mitt old men will recover
their voinhful vigor It qui klj and
puMtlM-li niies M.liv urs.xKSS,
cuiised irom excess, use of lobaccu
or other stimulants Itesioros LOST
POVVFH r.. VITAL1TJ, IMPO
TFNCV MOIITLV EMISSIONS.
FA1I L(! MLMUItY. WAhllNC. DIS-
,i L.AM.R .1IW ALL eflects oT self abuse
H oi excess und indiscretion, which un
'J tits une lor man luge, business or
;i suiiiv ii not only cured n striking
Win the. Mill of the disease but It Is a
-Jgre.it M.ltVH Tei.N'IC and IILOOD
13 PI ItlFILIt It brings lint Ic the PINK
lil.tiVV il) PVLL CHI l.KS und re
nous th. FlHi: OF VOIT1I Insist
on sour druggist giving ou "DE
LA 1"S no olher lis equal, n it Is
M tiruiwil from llie, prescilutlon ot Dll.
Ifl DE LAP. tho great French physl
Milan, who has had thlrts ears'
W practice, Imso'liil ami otllce In Pari",
if on .Neivuis niseases can bo curried
'j In vest pn ket Sent bv mall (sealed),
it posing. I ,11. II eo pat kngt or SIX
fl 'ACIvAlllS FOIl t i Willi A
M WHIT I I V ill AI'.ANTUi: TO t'OSI
JlilVIIV CI 111. OH IILFCND 1IIU
)t ir. I. V
For sjl. bj
FI iniiiinmi nnno n...8...
JUII(,5UI1 DHUi,, Ullllblb,
111)7 Main btrcet. Kansas city, Jlo
i.-m... urF.wwrjirl;'r.wJ MM.KtytfS'p". ,.-Vl
'I III' VV I A I IICH.
The nciitlui preil. tlons r i t I iv ore
for local showers, with shift ns vvu I- in I
loolei weuthei to-night 11 nunlniir i
lemperiituie vt sit nl iv was in 'H" i
a maximum ol eu di tret s
liar T. mi
I i j
lil-m ut k. N
Cairo, III. .
5 I'hotographeJ From Mtu. I
K -. rosltlvi'lj' I
iQ z. filestores itulity. I
IH '' 'f F&k I- I
, i "iv' GyfM' r j& i y B
j W ii uas M"' Jato - m
nth day a
sj u t.u.Nljlill' It acts powerfully
. .llllt Otili-ltll ('iir...l .rl,,,.u ..III ...ird H
.. -.-... .,...w.... u., ., ..... ..... .....w .3
fb their voinhful vigor II urn klv and
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( 74 IS
'i tn is
Jil 7 i t
IV oo to
I Cuiii-oidln, K.i
Davinporl, lu. ...
Di s Mttlm-s, III...
I'll 1'nn). T' x
Ui-alv eston. lex..
ltde-ir. Mont... ...
Huron, S 1 . ...
Kansas City, .Mo ..
Little Ho Ii, Atk...
New inleuns, 1 .11 ..
.Ninth Platte, Nib
Oklahoma, o T .
iju Appelle, N W.
Hipld City. S l ...
St. Louis, M
St. Paul. Minn . ..
St Vim ent, Minn..
isait uai.e, r i
i CltUlllt.i: liiAliCIIV IN OVIJIIV.
Little Lent (initio .Vs inltoil and
t hol.eil lu He lib.
tl 1 1 1 1,. I 1 1 j . .. 1 ,. i rii I
Miniud- vv II lit. ills. ppunteii
Clutliile, O T, Nov. 3 -ihpiciul) Large
pai'ties of huuteis ale airivlug lien fnon
other states to limit game, will Ii is ,iv
i,, nllful this bill, but all an- doonud ii
:,,... ... ......... ,1.1. ..... v
iiiiiiiiuiiii,i,i'n,, , nu ., . niii.-o.
cuiel orders forbidding hunting on tho In
ellan itservnilons and Ihe n, w liriitoil.il
game law- prohibits the taking of iin game
hi uutsldo points imd.r penulty of a heavy
line and Imprisonment, nml absolutely pro
hibits tho shooting or inpiuring ut u ,-i
.Mrs. VV iiisluvi's NuoTlllxo SVIU'I- for chll-
clrtti ti I'lhlng, soften) Hi- gums re duces lutUiil-luatlou.allayspaln.euri-svvlndioltc
.jo 3 bottle
A l'ri.iruii- bun I..
d.ill.l, Mo. Nov. 3. (Sprilul )
Hon. b, cause the c.lmiual at tho bar is a
soung wo, nan who killed her own sweet
heart. Miss Patsj- Aired Is tho accused,
nn.! the man bhe killed was J. T. J.uckj
.;.'.,. Yn0.lllo ..i?ai--ed lo many. They ouar-
liu-y weio neignnors on unjoining iiirms,
rtIM liH joveqs will, whun Miss Alivcl
I iiypnoiwm i rco lecture unu pxppnmen.a
building Walnut street.
ouiiumg, vvainue eircec.
t')in luiKia; ctvHiub iv uuif w, ttiugv
Children ClV (Of
Ueiuort for Isuiisa.
Bblpped daily la secure packages by
QEOKQQ JSYSSIsLXt. OrufrUt.
Pwcltc jmltlmj room, (Jnltfu it&il.