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KANSAS CITY, NOVKMHKH 12, 180.3.
( j.-... ,
I Per Cent Discount
5 Off Regular Prices.
Our Main St. Rent
Our Grand Ave. Rent
Saved on Grand Avc..$75
That's the reason why wo can soil
shoes "'c to SI 00 pel pair less tli'in
our Main street friends.
This Is nn example In arithmetic
that a child can understand.
1413 Grand Ave.
NORMAN & ROBERTSON,
AND GUARANTEES OF TITLE.
lel.phoiiii JiOfltJ. 10 East Oth St.
SITUATION IS CRITICAL,
rOWEHSTO vr.ND FK1.SII KHPKLSI'N TA
TIVJS. TO tukkky.
Will Demand to Know What tlio Porto In
tends to llo to Itcstoro Order Naval
Demonstration May llo Neodoil
Tho Stilt mi Al trmod.
Constantinople, Nov. 11. Ab a result ot
the exchange of numerous teleKr.iins be
tween the heats of powerh and their repre.
stntutlves here, lasting nearly all Sattir
iliiy and )csterdn) morning, a meeting
of umbassaduis was held heie )0sterday
and the situation was thoioiiRhly dls
itisseel. rin.illy It was decided to send
fresh repicsentntlons to tho Turkish min
ister of foielgn affairs,, Tew Ilk Pasha, re.
newlng In much stionger language, tho
demands adrebsod by the ambassadors to
Tew Ilk Pasha's predecessor. Said I'.usha,
last Tuesday, and Insisting upon being
lnioimed without further delay what
ff"' ?. '":..'"'" . ,'.Ul ."'AnA',,.."' M
.... ... ... a... i.UtA.l !.) ft f
remindlr.R the Turkish Roernnunt that
It had nlieaii) been nutllled of the Inten-
tlon of the powirs aetliiR In conceit,
Hhould It develop that the aitlon ot the
poite was luadciiiiato to ckal with the
Ktiilc of iinaicbs pievalllnR
It Is known that the sultan still lefuscs
to believe that the powirs aio In aoeoid
as to thu action to be taken In case of tho
porte's falluie to i ..store order In tlio
son and the opinion Is fiedy expiexsed
that nothlnR short of o-miMil demonstration
The Rtntrnl Impiesslon grows stronger
that Kuropenn Inteitcntlon In Hip ndmln-
Istratlon or ine .iiiiuis ut ."-"-
.;;.. " .......'i...- nr 1i.iim of tlm Tlalbuil
missacio is now reporud to 1- 5i), anil t
s estimated that the total mimbe of Ar
iienlaus. nun, wuiiiin und children, killed
'tin Itilf all the recent massactch excels
W'lTu estimated tlmt durliiR the past week
nr tui dnjs J00 Armenlms have been ex Ud
without tilal fiom Tin Key. and the polite
'"rVnd'o'n'" N '.' "ft-A dispatch to tho
Standaid'from Constantinople say.s that tho
Mill" T Is al irined lu-i-aiinn or the mese t
critknl state of affalib. I'rom Aiabla, the
most Vulneiablo point of the Turkish em
1 Ire. news has arrived of a conflict between
tin Tin klbh troop and the Arab, near
Iort Said for lack of money to pay canal
'' Tdlspatch In tho Times from Consfuntl
noulo says, that leports have been received
then" of new diatuibances at Moush The
itt IUH91UIMU11 in ...
ollt.t heie and elsewheio throughout Lu.
tope, The Continental iiuwspapeis exprcsa
vurlous opinions ri'KiirdinK the premiers
utterances, but his runaiks uio generally
legariie.i ..s. i'""'""" ; ",-!""- i,
xv as wanted to ca
'. '" 7 ! ' :f U Vh
!'?'.. S.V"- .S"' I. ''r'; '..,!. :..i.'.?.',l '?
the premier an undercurrent of ftelliiK thut
war In the Kast Is more likely to be post-
poiifd than to be united. In any case It
Im thought thut there will be no ihunge In
tho government's piogiamme looking to
'.?,, i, ...,i, n... viiliiul, 11....1 v,.rv ..int. i-
018 Kinrai....".....';.:"" -'
rlally In ordir to be ready for any lomblna-
lions or eventualities which may be likely
For tiolutlng HI. Out I. or Olli.e.
Ashland, '"is., Nov. 11. Acting Mayor
Faii'i- .osued an order to the chief of
uol . Saturday to ullow the saloons,
io keep' r pen on Sundu), was arrested
is afternoon on a ihurge of "knowing- ,
violating his oath of otllce.'" The clylo
fk. -'tUia U bcit si the jurosecutlon, , I
v".r "in .ml..? to melt further : ,,' much CIUchro L Western tl.ilu. AiiKiist M. and
4""-irJc '", "w idnmUli e I The iiorle seems nflerwanl sIiooiIur and Kllllnif an officer
more serious 1 loo Is led. 1 '"0)0("eu,;r,y. who had ill rested him Smalley was eitp-
nhem.'iVi of i mire latins the extent to t"''l 'i f" 'ls .iko In the Cheiokeo
l:dc,irlam,.l'lW.rS spread .lurlnbAhe lt b.l.. . a.ul hn , been con.iuid In the fede.al
lew weeks. , ....... J ' Hil:
Henna, in vvnicn iiiuiy iipim ","...
ll.spltV the reports of tiouble in the Arab.
Ii i provinces, he last detuchment or troops
"'"''.' ..i.U ,uu ,i..t,.lin ,1 llv.i .lavs at
VbXe 0,Hbal'" "" TnVpVr.mil.Vu.Tel.ngJ.aVon'tVv
l'firls Nov. H.-The KlKuro this morning . the Italian ambassador,
innoiin'ces that three Trench warships left I Mme. Not .lira will sing at the wedding of
Cannes for 'iurklsh wafers, prcpaitd to M,s Cuuline Whitney und Alt. A. JI. I'.iget
LOiie with any eineiRenc. . In Now York to-dai. Her Hist selection
London, Nov, H.-The JIniauls of Sills- will be "Axe JIurla.'' by fiounod.
burs 'i speech at the loid mayor's b.imiu 1 1 j(ustapha IVIuuy I'ashu lias been ap-
l In ttli.Vi. lupltlri to llllV had a good nlnip,l uplm.. mlnMir nf lc tit. to Miii'pie.l
lanKuugu UIII.I...II..B ... ... ""'" '; iMiiiind Whitney in .sew vorK io..iay. it
whole lespouslblllty for the , eon. ttlon i of "i'Jni.ral expected that Jtrs. Cleveland
affairs In Armenia Is regureil I, somo , , , ,ne tteii(iI1K( )1It sll6 mmiiy
.piartirs an calculated to encourage the Ar- ,letrmne(J pot to muko the trip.
imcoVufort'l, th.tww I'uid'uponTho Arr Most and Lucy Panionk talked last
'T.'ii'n.n imrSmnv of the gieat ; povJlis a n.t nlKtit at u meeting held In Chicago. In meni-
'.l.1'SO,UAMr '.m I .at Its contl uiinie This Is oiy of the unurehlsts. who were hanged for
"?K"S te.s belnir th, "Sic " kuro ; node he Hajraaiket massacre. .Most was mild.
Lfanaiint with the tultan and of holil?iiB Uut Jlrs. Parsons Blew so rabid that the
of Ic"1,Vhi,ln? polUe compelled hei to temper her le-
dovvn the ambitions ot the liuiiyiinui j.uro- "",. ,h ,.n,. ,urn,iiiPli ,.,- ,iutlinv r
. , . Illuminated with Gold.
SPECIAL SALE ....
Of this handsome pattern of
. . ALL THIS WEHK AT . ,
MRS, LEASE'S LATEST FREAK
(IAS INCITKD Hint IIUSll.iKDTn l'KHIT
A UW TO SAVi: fill CUNTS.
Ho Is Constructively a Prisoner nntl Mnry
Lllcn Mill Defend llllll 1 lip t'niistl-
tutliiiiiillty of thu Knusiis Fhar-
imiey law la Iutottpd,
Wichita, Kas., Nov. 11. (Special.) Charles
Lease, hush ind of Mary I. Lease, Is con
structively a prisoner In Wichita to-nlKht.
Ho Is chained bv the president ot the
stato board of pharmacy with vlolitlng the
.state pharmacy law. The arrest of Mr.
Lea.se Is a friendly matter and was ln
itJd by .Mr. Lease himself In order to
test the constitutionality ot the law.
Under the law a registered druggist
must p ly a fee of H cents each ear for
the suppoit of the state board. When Mr.
Lease went out of the drug business a
few years ago he unit paving the fee and
when he ro-tngaged In the business last
week he ri fused to comply with the law.
It Is said that his action In refusing wns
prompted by Ills wife, who Is considered
quite u constitutional Hwjer and who will
defend her husbnnd's can In totlit. She
claims that the fee Is a tn on druggists
alone for the suppoit of a state Institution
and hence Is class legislation. A few nnr.s
ago the state board of railroad commis
sioners wns sustnlned by u similar fee
from railroads. It was declared uncon
stitutional In the courts and Mrs. Lease
thinks her husband Is too Rood n man to
bear burdens which hae been lifted from
the shoulders ot corporations.
JENNIE METCALF IN PRISON.
Oklahoma's ramiuiK lomulo Ilorso Thiol
Will bcrto Two Year Tlmo nt
Boston, Nov. 11. Jennie Metcalf, li. jaars
old, was o-day committed to the Jlassi
chusetts refotmatory pilson at Sheibiirne,
JInss , for two je.us, is a United States
prisoner, from Oklahoma, hiving been
found guilt) of horse ste.illnR. Jennie was
a member ot the notoilous Dillon R.mR
and was captuied live months ,iro, after a
lioi.se .sttaliiiR expedition, near Pawnee, O.
T. bho was also a aluable witness In a
murder case, tho muiderer afterwards beltiR
executed. She deeited her husband on
JoInlnR the Dalton RaiiR. The Rlil Is abso
lutely uneducated and her sentence Is .n
unusiiallj IlRht one, owIiir to the assi.st
unco she lenditeii the government anil to
her desire to letorm.
i.Aiioit com.missioi:h iiutiri cam:.
Sot for Next Tliosd ), but Likely to (io
Ot. r Again
Topeka, Kns , Nov. 11 (Special) JudRe
Huzcu has set the tila! of Labor Com
missioner . (1 Hhd for Tuesday of next
week, but to..ti.j .loo Vntoi-. nttomev for
lllrd, applied to the attorney Reneial to
h.ie the case ro over fot the turn ns hu
would bo inlb d to L iwience next weik on
n minder case Attorney (ienunl Dawes
s out ot town and no one In the oillci- had
aulhoilty to lousent to the contlnuaiac,
Mlt jt ni piolmlily be Rianted.
WAVrKD 1 lilt KOllllltKY AND JIUIlDltR
U-rnor Kenfrow ,,.- it ., ,...,....,
rrmn .MUIiIri.i. Tor O.cir Sum llo.
cinthrlo O T. Nov II -(Special ) nov-
ernor'troto-daiuuf a r, Is.tlon
mudo by the Roveinor of MIchlK.in foi the
removiil to that male ot Oscar Smallej,
wlint,, nt AlleRan, Mich, for robbing a
Il.ir M.ootH HU st. i,
Nashville, Tenn , Nov. 11 A trailed v Is
leportni fiom Cosley Cieek, Dast Ten
nessee. It occurred In the tnmily of a
fanner named D. ivies A lO-ieai-old boy
h.nl been 111 ot a fever mid was tenderly
mused by a sister of it., llo was reiovei
Iiir fiom his m. il.nl and able to get about
the House, iib asue.i lor loon inn was
foi bidden hi in and the tho slstei lefusfd to
rIvo It to him, IIu became inr.tKul and,
selling a rllle, shot her.
Approted a. Heiierto Aif.iit
Washington, Nov, 11, (Special ) The Klrbt
National bank, of Kansas Cllj, has been
approved as n serve nKent for the Maibhall
National bank, of I'nlonvllle. Mo.
Captain Hank Half, skipper of tho Dp
fender. Is M'll' HI M Ills home In Now
,Vt WiibliiiiRton jesterdiy Don Caesar CeP
Kuinbai I'aslia. who leslgned on iitcount ot
,,oor iealtli. He will continue u policy
jooklnjr tow urd utility with Hnglnnd.
j.resdent Cleveland and Secretaries Her-
bert and Lamont vvm no among me uisiin
gi"lhed guests at
the wedding of .Miss
io rid flags.
,. ,., .h.,,, nnl,l ,!, .hoi.- ,.v
Jlore people than couin make their way
Inside uttuided t he inemorlul seivico for
Kugene Field ut Central .Music hall lu Chi-
cugo Sunday night. Hey. Dr. (.unsaulus
made a brief plea for aid to educate the
. hlldren of the dead Poet, and lu u short
spate of time V in money had In en raised
und several hundred more pledged for the
WE ARE DEFENSELESS
A.ST NAVAt. I'DWEIt I'OIII.tl III.OCKAtH'
oun pouts in ninktv day.
SOME MODERN GUNS NEEDED.
()i:Ni:itAt. Mlt.KM inllNDS A WAHNINCI
IN HIS ANNUAL iti:roitT.
ItacnmiiirniU tlin lintnriUntn Cnntlrtipllnn
of Comt Dnfeiupi Thinks the. Army
.should llo Inrrinseil Also Wants
n l'ull HpRlmeiit of Cut
nlr.r nt Fort lttlt-y.
"WnKhlnRton, Nov. It. The annual report
of (lenernl 'Miles, commanding tin army.
wum made publlo to-day. Tin personnel
Is shown to be In excellent condition, well
Instructed, elllclcnt and attentive to duty.
Liberal appropriations are rcuulred for
publlo bulhlliiKH at tho iwsts, many of
which nro out of repair.
(teneral JIHes believes that the peaceful
condition now existing nmonR the vnrloiis
Indian trlljes l Inrgely uttrlbiitnble Io the
presence ot troops at sultnblo point", and
to tho ndmlrnble conduct ot the experi
enced army olllcern who have been placed
In charge of the principal agencies. While
It Is economical nnd desirable to have the
reserve forced of the army near the great
centers ot communication, G. nernl Jllles
urgently contends that thepe points should
bo selected for their strategic value nnd
that the tendency towards concentiatlon
should not be carried to the point of de
priving tho Western settlements ot proper
Under tho head of coast defense Oencr.il
Miles states the condition ot these defenses
Is such ns to require d elded and immediate
action for their Improvement. The un
gu.uded condition ot our coast Is known
by every llrst-clnss power, and our people
should not bo led Into false security. He
quotes from his report of 1SSI a strong ar
gument for the defense of I'ugU sound,
shows that since that time new Canadian
railroads have been established there, yet
not a single gun has been placed In jiosltlon
for defense, while those at the entrance
of the Columbia, river are obsolete and of
little nlue. It Is tine that some progress
has b. en made townids defending San
rranclseo, nnd a. few modern guns nnd
lilies have In en plated. Then', however,
are but a sin ill pirt of the Reneial plan
for tho d.fense of the harbor, while hail
Diego Is In the same condition as I'uget
sound, entirely nt the mercy ot any for-
litneral .Miles recalls what he said In his
report of lss'J upon the absolute Impoitanee
of the defense of the entire Tactile coast,
In view of the fn t that It viu possible
for any naval power to blockade eveiy Im
portant poit within ninety dajs, while It
would take man jears to make a success
ful tesistante, and the countri might bo
leqtilred to pay nn Indemnity of ".( WX 00).
Whllo the railroads might transport 1,0,W)
biave men to the toast, they would be un
less without appliances to cope with the
modern engines; ot war, nnd with all our
Intelligence, pride, Inventive Renins and en
tprpilse, we ale as far behind In the mod
ern Htinlianees of war ns China or Jap m.
Such were the conditions six jcius uro,
rii.m finnprnl MIlpH. und Hiich ale the con
ditions to-day, -with tho exception of the
slight progress made nt San Fruticlsio.
The entlie (liilf coast nnd all the great
rltl.s ot the Atlantic co ust northvviird to
Philadelphia ate intliely without moilern
guns In position are a few obsolete guns
and none of these batteries could stop a
single llrst-clnss wnrhlp, much less a
licet. Some progress has been made at
New Yoik, but like Sm TrunclRco, only
a smnll p.ut of the project has b.en ac
complish, d With one exception, the eltlis
north of Now York are In u slmll u condi
tion. To the south of It some guns and
mortals have bun constructed and some
shipped to their destination, can luges for
them ate under construction, and emplace
ments have lif.n made to a limited extent
(ieneial .Miles, In support of Ills lecom
mendatloii for adequate const defense,
points to the fact thut the battel Its lit
Moultrie and Sumter kept at hi. for four
nan. the most powerful ships In the word.
He, .is that our people eh.rlsh two mis
leading delusions, ilrst, that torpedoes can
be d. pendp.l upon to piotett our coasts,
and second, that Its 4,fo miles of const can
be di fen.U .1 b a navy 11. shows that tor
pedo plants am usel.ss without pioteitlvn
i.Uterles, and that the watei In our prin
cipal haibors is so deep that light draft
war v ess. Is might pis over torpedo mines
without dung. r. He asserts that the lecvnt
inaneuieis In llngland have shown that
even the powerful Itrltlsh navy Is unable
to defend the Itrltlsh coat against a for
eign lleet 'I her. fore, he argu.s, the main
iHlnnee must be upon coast batteries
While he does not untlelpite war In the
n. .it luture, he shows that lu tin- last -'
v rs In less than 1 per cent ot the wars
has th.re been an formal warning oi
decHiatlon before hostilities, and as It
would reepilie jears ot time to construct
modern weapons of war It would be un
wise to dlsiig.iid the lessons of hlstorj.
In our own countiy lor nearly - years
there has nev.r bun a period ot thlrt)-tlv
oars lu whlih It has not been Involve! In
vvii. lie points to the enso of Clilnn.whleh
made the fatal mistake ot reiving upon Its
vastly superior numbers lor safety, nnd
ain'iies that the best guarantee, ot pence U
a condition of undines for war,
Thetefore, he strongly recommends the
construction of nil the high power Rims and
svstem of defenses called for In the general
plan of the lo.iiil of oidnanie and formi
cations and other boards, nnd to meet In
part tho expense ot this elstlj undei taking
lie suggests tho application of the funds
that might be derived from the sale of
abandoned military uervntlons 'lo linn
th.se guns he asks nn Incieaso of the nr
tiii.., .. mm ulth the i.rovlstnn of liai racks
at Toit Hancock, N. V , for the accommo
dation of the tioops, nun tlm sstenntlo
detail of subaltern ulllcers for Instruction
in rotation at juis pi.ice.
Touching the liif.intr. tleneial Jllles ree
ninimiiilri tho tluee biltallon orgmUatlon
nnd i.glimntnl Isjsts to keep the companies
ot leglui.nts togethtr. He thinks that ut
least one full regiment of cav ilry should
be assembled at i'ort ltlley, Kas.. A here
Held maneuvers might bo uudei taken an-
To thoroughly demonstrate tho utility of
blcjcles und motor wagons In the aimy tt
is recomtnendul that a foice of tvv.lxo
companies be cqulpied with these devices,
to bo manned fiom the 1,000 olllcers und
men In tlio army able to use a bicycle,
which has been already tound extiemtly
(it nernl .Miles nigiics for an Increase in
tlio stiength of tho army, saving that
theiet Is ne. ronton why It should beconii.
eiystullUed nnd kept at one strength, us
It has been for jeuis. It should Incieaso
with the growth of the countiy nnd be le.
teiinlu.d hi the census at a minimum nt
Hit. one soldier for every '-',i population
and a maximum of one In 1,000.
l.uieial .Miles concludes his report with
several recommendations intended to bene
fit the condition of tho ollkera und men
und attract to the military seivleo the best
e lenient in tho community. One suggestion
1 thit where usoMlei ImkboivuI honorably
for live sears and wishes to leavo the
service, he may, utter imsslng an txamlna
tlon, be commissioned us second lieutenant
und discharged. Such u man would bert.
Jit nny community. 1 useful In tho pa.
tlonnl ifu ird und constitute a vuluablo re
servo in time of vvur. The iny ot non
commissioned olllcers should be Increased,
olllcen. should be given n rotation In duty
to lit mem lor gei.t'l... i-miimu.ms, ut...
those below tho grade of colonel who huvo
served thirty jeura und who rendered vulii.
able si vice during the vvur should bo per
mitted to retire with rank ono giade higher
than they now l.old.
viutoiiv ran edison lkjiits.
United Mate, bupreiuo Court SuU.lu a
llc.l.lon la Their Tutor.
Washington, Nov, 11. The I'nlted Stutes
supreme court to-diy decided the case of
the Consolidated Hlectrlc Light Company
uguinst the JIcKeesport Light Company in
fuvor of the defendants. Tho court holds
the Sawyer-JIann patent Invalid. The de
cision was prepared by Juatico llrovvn. ,
lu 1SS7 the plulutlff company Hied a bill In
the I'nlted States circuit couit for the
Western district of Pennsylvania for un In.
luni'tlnn to nrevent the .McKecoort cor-
lgrmiea itna uiltuc '"w UioD, iUhu. on
the Rroimd Hint they were lu int. rferoi. o
with Hie .Siwjpr-Jtnntt pat. til Indue
llrudlov In an opinion dellvet. 1 O-tobei ..,
lo, refused to grant tho r. -ttiilnltiK older.
Justice llrndlev, In his opinion In the low.
Pr coiirl, which the tie. Isinn to-ilnv nf
llriupil. said the SrtWjpr.Jliitili i.nupiiliN fol
lowed n wrong principle In their work up
on Ihp lm.indes(stit light tint of small re.
slRtnnrp In Hie conductor nnd u slromr rur.
rent The great dlcover, he dp. I.ircd. wns
the adoption of high resistance In the eon.
ductor Willi n fiii ill Illuminating surface
and n rnrrpsponillng dlniliiullnii ut the
strpiiRlh of thn cm rent, The credit for this
tllxcom y lip gave to IMIoti,
COSTIGAN IS A DEMOCRAT.
And He Would Not Vole for n Mull Ytlin
n lloth n Dpiiiei rut nnd it
Topokn, Kn Nov, 11 -(S'pcclnl ) Old
.Mr. Costlgan, of Ottawa, us his name tnlglit
Indicate, Is u dypd-ln-lhe-vvool Democnu
Up came over from Ireland nwii Inik In
the 70s and pver since his arrival at the
Rates of Castle Oarden he has been voting
the Detuociatlo ticket without a wav.r. At
the nge tit SO odd yenls he Is still ns ftinni;
In the faith ns ever, nnd to talk nn thing
hut Democricy lo him Is to wave n red II lg
In the fare of pugnacious bnilnlty. Hut
Mr. Costlgnti has rnlSPd oiiip bovs who
have departed from the faith ot their fath
er. One Is Walter Cosflgan editor of L.
H, Snow's Ottawa Journal, who Is a Pop
of the mot Popiill"tlc hue.
At the recent election In rrinklln coun
ty the Populists, Democrats and Prohibi
tionists nominated preclelv the same tick
et, and while there werp three headings on
Hie printed billots, the nanus under eich
were the snme.
On election day the Costlgin bos hroiiRht
their feeble old father to the polls In a
c.inlige. lie took his ballot and entered a
booth. Tor a time nil was Mill, but pres
ently the old man iippenred at the dooi and
said, with a beckon of his p ilsied hand:
"Wnlter. come here."
Walter trot nerinlsslon from Hie Judges to
enter the booth with his father, nnd what
thn occurrxl wns plalnlv audible to tho
Judges nnd spectator outside.
"Walter." said the old man, "I see that a
inn n by the name of Wharton Is on the
Democratic ticket and the Prohibition tick
et, both at the head. They ain't the same
man, are they, Walter?"
Walter .stammered a bit, hut he tin illy
confess. .1 to tho old man that It was the
"And all the rest or thep Demoents on
the Prohibition ticket nu tin v the same
men?" qiuilpd the old man, his voice quiv
ering with agitation.
Walter admitted that the were the ame.
The old man .1 .shed the curtain aside,
strode out Into the room with almost the
lgor ot vouth. and tore the billot Into
shreds, with the vehement lemnik: "To
b with uch Democrats! Tike me home,
Wnlter'" , ,
Which nccounts for Hip fait that the Pop
ullst ticket in Tranklln counlj was Just one
WARE MUSTSJART NO WAR,
A Crank C.irresp.iii.li nt Trim. .Xllsmiurl
Asks lieiicrnor .Mnrrlll to Attend
to the Mutter.
Tonka. K'ns . Nov. 11. (Special ) Of nil
cranks possibly the one most frequently
encountered is the letter wilting .link
There Is not nn olllter In lh Kansas state
house who entirely oscnpes this tnlllctlon,
though from tho nituie ot things the gov
ernor Is most numerou"l nnd assiduously
liursued b men who have wheels lu their
he-ad. , , ,. ..
l'erhaps the most singular of Jill tho
crink eonespondenee that tomes to tlio
Kansas stan olllcers has fallen to the
portion of Governor .Morrill and Ills pred
ecessor in the executive otllce. The coi
respondent signs himself "VVInlleld Sulli
van, Waco, Mo." and he commenced writ
ing letteis to Hie Kansas governors away
back in the tlm.. ot.Jqhn A. Jlartlu- .Mr.
Sullivan Is not an atlusneror threatening
ijrr. spondeul, ns Is the caso of most of
the cranks, hut from Ills epistles one
would irilher that ho w is a well m. lining
old mini who bid pas-sed Into bis dotage.
Hut his p.rslstin. Is a mirvel. He wrli.s,
on nn average, on. a week line l.tt.r
posslblv will In leunniendatorj oi tho gov -.
rnor for something he has done, the next
gentl complaining- r somethlns he has
left undone, tin next suggesting s-omC.
childish foil, and the n. xt .billing bis
excell.ncj for not answering his numerous
epistles. Jlr. Sulllvxin's geneial style nuj
be gatheied trom the following lettei,
which arrived this morning
"Now, m deal governor, I seat mself
to write j oil a few lln. s to Inform vou
what cause's wni There Is some both, a I
ed people, both rebels and I'nlou men tint
ure alwas blaming the opposite put and
ihej causes win I im a Republican, but
I don't alius, the Not th or .South as fir
ns the believe lu doing right, nnd niso
believe In good pi In Iple mid honest rul
llng All I ask of the p.opli Is to prot. . t
us from the hot heads and outlaws. Please
see that .Ml. Wire st.uts no win
Tallnre of Crops In i. Nova S.olla UUtrlct
Is Ciiiiting VIost serious Distress
1 wi. lln... Died.
Halifax, N S, N'ov 11 Dlstiesslng stor
ies of elepilvntlou and staivatlon aie
brought b the mail steamei Jiimiiia. 'I he
district of St. L'llnbelh, eomprislng Louo
persons. Is 111 a ileplorihle coudlllou by the
falluie of earl .tops from drouth, and
tlio devastation of Hie second crop b a
visitation of i iteiplll irs, "
The government of the colony has grant
ed 1,("1. the puochliil bomd of St I'lla
beth .'il. and pnvute donations i.a.h aii
oth. r Vl, hut this will soon bo exhausted
Two di iths have alieady been icpoi led
um! old woman ami a girl Jluiiv of tin.
pooler people in.. allilOit alisolutelv nude-,
and whole families have been living for
vv.eks on a little Hour mid sugar others
are subsisting on .a tus ami uth. r pi mis,
und unless extensive icllef comes soon
many people, cd I and jnutig, must die fiom
starvation ami want of cv.u the Imcst
In mmy Instntues mothers mo offering
to give their little .hll.litn aw a to stran
gers to ave thi'll llvi.s.
FRENCH MAY RELEASE WALLER.
Out of Friendship fin thu United Mutes and
lie. a ii. e of the lU-Cou.ul's Mirl-
Chicago, Nov, 'I -A dlsraf'i from Wash
ington sus; "Secietuiy Olncy has lor
some time been endeavoring to secure t.iu
consideration of . -Cousul WulleTs case
by tho new Fieneh minister of loielgn af.
fulrs. Ho hns su.eeeded so lur us to gain
un Intimation fiom Ambussador Hustl-,
that the Tie nth govcinmciit may order
Waller's itlc.isn fiom prison out or friend
ship foi the Ameiiiau govuiiimeiit and on
(mount of WulleTb serious, posslbl tatul,
"The stnte depailinent has nut usked for
the ex-c-oiiMil's u I. ase, but has lutiuiat.d
to tho Trench gov.iiiment that iiiij Un
ltncy shown him would bo upnieclnted j
the president. While Waller s ease has
not lietii linalls acted upon here, It Is
known thut fiom the lvIiIiiico ulitud) in
hand Sen otury Olncy Is nimble to llml
uny basis for u lequi'st for hlb itl.ito us
a right." .
Two Populist, lluld I bo lUlan.'t) of Power
In the Kentucky I egUlntiire Democrats
ami llupubllcans 'lied.
Louisville, K Nov. H. Tho fate of the
candidates for tho seat o( I'nlted Slates
Senator Hlackbuin, of Kentucky, will lest
In the hands of the two Populists elected to
the house. Complete returns show the fol
lowing; House, Democrats, It,; Hepnbllc
and, hi; Populists, i. Senate, Democrat, .".';
Hepubllcans, 16. Joint ballot Democrats,
03; Hepubllcans, 6S; Populists, 'i. Tho He
publicans claim that both Populists will
vote with them, while the Democrats .lie
of the opinion that the Populists will sup
port the Democratic nominee.
Woittrn t'ougrosuirii In Washington.
Washington, Nov. 11. (Special.) Con
gressman Tieloai, of Jllssourl, and Con
gressman Haker, of Kansas, have arrived
for the session.
Want a tuikey now or for Thanksgiving?
Oct one free at The Hub Clothing Cumpaii),
Tilth und Main strcuU. ace their ud oil
W.lltn AlTllMl'l tMI 111 l.l'Atl A fill
CAtlOAN IN III A :tll,IMHI DUAL.
BY A FORGED TRUST DEED.
IIAMi: lll.tlt Kllll NIIMt IIS CDNMIM"
.MAUDS HV 1 llllllt Altltl.sl.
llrtprll... tlitgiil.pd as n Maibtntst Present
During the N. g.ttlatlnits mid Hi. I.e. 1
tip by Tour lllhers ut the Prop-
it Hiiik Mtliulli rs All
t bit ago Vtcii.
Chlcngo, Nov, II An Inoffensive look
ing iiiuchlulst (Interred at the steim t.idl
ntur In Colonel It. S. Thompson's otllte lu
the Chamber of Commerce building this
morning while six men discussed an al
luring real .state deal with the uttornev.
Hut when erne nt them dc. lured himself
the lawful owner of Diexel boulevard lots
woith f.lO,(H mid signed uu assumed name
to u fraudulent trust deed, the pretend. d
machinist Jumped forward ami, illsplnvlng
a police star, placed the supposed pi opt
tj ownir under arrest. His live compan
ions in-died for tlm dooi, but wete con
fronted with levolveis In the hands of
four determined men, so the had no
choke but In surrendtr.
The live detectives, who cime from In
spector Hunt's Hde pirk district, then
took their hilt doen prisoners to the
.station. The names ot the uriested men
nt . said to be, Saturn 1 J Christie, of
the law linn of Moore .. Christie, D. D,
Oodfiev, William Orth, Oscar Cuutnut, V.
H. Chrlsteuseli und lleoige Itandolph, said
to be chief promoter of the swindle
The men had attempted to 10. a client
of Colonel Thompson's Into a scheme for
manufnctiirlng a cat heitei, he to pio
duce 30,(jei which was to be s.pured bv
the forged trust deed. All of the tilmlniils
are Chleiico men.
NEW STORY OF EUGENE FIELD.
Xirrnwly Tsenped ltelng Hurled All... lit
Louisiana In IK" I, Aft. r u severe
Attn, k of I hoi. . i.
Topeka, Kas , Nov. 11 Superintendent
T 11. Jennings, of Hie weather buie.iu of
Kansas, was a loommnte und close friend
of I'ligone Field at the Tnlierslt of Mis
souri at Columbia. Speaking to-dii of
TIeld and the man . centric nets of this
Int. resting nun, he told of one experience
TIeld h id th it came in ir ending the pen fs
life tvv cut -four e.ns nuo. Said .Mr Jon-
'"hi June. 1S7I, Field and two other friends
and I stinted south .in a hunting trip We
xv t nt down through Missouri and Aikuuas
into Loulslniui Choleia was bid that v.ar.
All the bos except in self we le taken with
It One da the do. toi came and found
Field rigid lie pi enounced him dead and
preparations wen mnde to bury him lie
was put Into a tough pine box mil I got
two iluikles to help me t ike him to the
gravevurd On the vva we hud lo go over
what once had been a plinkoel loid, but
which was liu.llv wont out
"We were going along tin' best we .ould
when a moan came from the eoflln The
...r. .lortrl.w tltillt'il litlll 11.11 llllll nO 111-
ilucemoiU V Liuild "Iter would bring their
link I got a pi ml: and piled t.pe n tie
cnllln nnd fun ml the oe.iiii.iut alive lie
had been in a stupor -in.l tile tough tiling
had iiri.usf.l him I look hlni on mv
shnul.lt rs and cniri.d him b.u k to the
tamp, white ho was iiiiis.mI until lie re
. ov led
It was i might nairow esi ipe fur
Fugene Our other two friends both db d
of Hit illse-ise "
WHITE CAPPER LIBERATED.
.Moll Hrnko Into the .lull nt Purtls, Miss,
and It. I.i. seil Him Was to Huvo
it. . n llangr.l
Purvis, MNs , Nov. 11 The Jail heie was
hiokui open al 1J Z'i this morning hi a
mob and Will Pin vis, the alleged murilercr
of nu anti-While Capp. I was liberal. .1.
The .reiwd gitbeud sll. inly but qui. klv
around the Jail at midnight, oveipowerlng
the guaids and a III lie while Inlet bloke In.
to the prison Purvis xv.is at mi. e sit nt
libel ty und he lust no tlm. in sim-dlng
aw ii). Although man) persons in thissei
tlon liellev. Hut Pill v Is sh uil.l have genie
to the gallows th. r. Ih a f . ling or it II. (
ov.t his escape. PrUs wis om of the
White Caps who eiiiTinltl. .1 so null) tmt
i ig.-s sum. veils. ago uiuivviis irii d for the
iiiuider of one ot the nun . tuiii. .1. I with
th nvcilhiovv ol Whit. Ciplm lie was
found guilty and . iii.n. l to hi hung
Tpon the da fixed toi bis ex.euilon Hie
lope was plu id mound his lie. k .nil tlm
nap spuing but hesllppid through and fill
to the gioiind Th. pi ..pie b. llev.d It w is
a mil u le nnd would nut 1. 1 the sh.rllt iiro
t. id with the huiKini,
The ease vvus t ik. ii lo the siipn me court
and Hint boil) alllrm.d the veidlit of the
iurv Purvis was In have be. n h.iug.il nu
1). ..mber I-'. It was thought tlmt the
g.iveinot would commule his sent.n.e, but
bis . si ape prohabl) puts an end to lurtber
MARSH MURDOCK QUITS.
Siys In n l.eller 'lb it lie Will No Longer
I Iglit tlio Pilfer, enient of Hie I'ro-
liibllory I im.
Tope ki, Kas , Nov 11 -(Spe. I.il ) One or
Hie most pi online nt men of Kansas, who,
howevet, Is not . onne.t. d with the piesent
btuto admlnlstiution, inf ud tho Jouiu.il
icportci to-.l i) that Colon. 1 .Marsh Jtur
dock, of the W libit. i L.mle, hid written a
letter to e.rtain p.nileh In T.ipek.i, in which
ho stated tint h" had thiowii up the light
on Hill I'.impbill, assist nit attorne) gen
eral at Wichita and Hut tin Figle would
no Innge i oppose tin. irons ot llov.rnor
Motiill to enrol. the pioliibiinr) liw In
Wlihil.i. Hv.r since Hie 1I..H011 the H.igle
has been silent upon the piohlbitlon ques
Hon, w lilih would seem lo liidiuite Ih it
Colonel Jlurdotk meant what ho s lid lu
It Is said that Colonel Jlurdock reels tho
defeit or Charles Hiitton toi judge my
U, ill)-. J edilorlall) askid for tin. .lee.
Hon of 1 Lit ton as n vliulUatlou In the Haglo
for Us light on the state administration,
und now that the ot. is of Sedgwl. k coun
ty have tiiinul him down b) neailv ,' ma-
Have sealed Trade Relations
Between the Ladies and
joj4 flain St,
Jultv Hie colonel proposes In let the nntl
i liniTil-ttitllon rellows llghl It out without
in nran ... ...
Tliet. Is no nppntr.ihep of Irl-ilp in Hie
IlKhe on the part or Hie slate .idinlnlstr i
ll.iii lloverimr Jliiillll will bn k the t.m
piinn. e lie.iple In Hie btsl and when n -ur
r n.lor ink. s pin. e. It will be nn tin putt
nf ilther the limp.iatiee people or Hip
llqiior element, and not on the pint of the
ALL ARE REPUBLICANS,
s Kaunas t . gl.lutlte tnriinrlr. I llli il b)
Last liii.il..'. I.le. Hunt Nil Itepub-
lie in llnlti of I hrrt.
Topika, Ka, Nov. II -(Special) There
were six legislative vacancies tilled nt last
Tiiedii)'s election, four of which wen
senators and two upt. sentatlves All fix
hive been returni d b) the ltepilbllcaii"
which Is n Ruin of time.
Semttot Deiinlsoti. the Populist who r. -signed
In a. ei pi an appellate om t Judge
ship, has been su.iiiilrtl by Dr Itlch.ird
soli, a Hepubllealt, John Hehlvet the
Democratic nu mln r from Hills t.iuntv, who
plgneil loacielit appoliitiucnt its postmns
ter at Ilil)s. Is sue. it did bv C U .Miller,
a llepliblluin Itepltsentallve lilll" k Cole,
who went upon the appellate tourl bem h.
Is succeeded bv n ltepubllean. and Demo,
cratlc Sen Hot ei'Hrvan. of Wbhltn. who
resigned to leave Hie state, hi l en le
placed bv llanv (l.irdun, a ltepubllean.
Senator Thaehei Is su t.tded ly Ml. Dow
el ock. a It pulill nu. und a It. 'pulill.au
senator Is s. nt from Leuvitiwoith county
In slice, ed Tulle 1 States St nntoi lt.iktr.
although he r in as an ludep. n lent against
tho legular Itepubli.au notulmt.
COOK IS FOR HARMONY.
su). lln Mas Not Despaired "f a pttli"
lueiil r the Dpiii.h n.tle Ceutril
C.illllllltlei. DlfT. renies.
.Mexico, Jlo , Nov. 11 -(Special ) It Is un
derstood Hut the calling or an einly met
ing ot the IJpinoPi.itle st ite ceutril com
mittee hinges upon the tie. Islou ot Major
Harvey Silniem and lion. S II Conk, of
this eltv Spveiiteen othei mi nibi rs litive
slgntd the .'ill, and nineteen ine requited.
Mr Cook Is ch ill man of the exicu'lve
tommltt. e of the slate central committee,
und gavu out the follow lug lo-dnv foi pub
lication "I h.ivp not vet despilted or 1 settle
ment of the .inferences In the stute com
mit tee. .Mv lmpi.ssluu Is that as soon as
the tomiuitt.e unite these dlllei. nces will
ills ipiwur, an. I for this it.ison I am. und
have been for some time, lu t.ivor ot an
earlv- meeting At a i ere nt meeting or a
number of the new membeis of the com
mittee at Kansas Fit), the sentiment was
unanimous tor mutual concessions In Hi"
Int. test or pntv turmoil) und more . tieet
Ive oigunl itlon Captain l.esuiut and
Silbert, who have pence propositions in
charge, nre e lear beaded, unselfish Demo
eiats mid I xpect to sec Hull . llorts in
bell lit of pill) baimoii) sue end"
Hotrrnor st),n trl. Ilv Proclaims 'llul It
Is Welt It. Ob.erve II on Herat
Jefferson Cltv, Jlo, Nov II. (Special.)
The following Th inksglv lug piocl imutlon
wis piibllshtd b) (iovpiu.ii Stone to-da) .
The picsldent of the Pulled States his
deslgnuted Thiirsdav , N'ov emb. t Js, Ix'i.,
ml. .... - .1 .. ft...... .. ... I.nnn .In....
.IS 1 II .IIS-KI IUH ..... .III". Ills in -'ll ,ll,l.-
In uctordan.e with an ancient i ustoin, the
continued observance ot which. In spirit
as well as foi m, is gie.itlv to in desired.
T.veiv Christian p. ople should recognize
.ii in'i .. u t ii iul I .It 1 f i (z. (!znl litu it ii.iiul. tin ex
l.vciv . iiiisii.iu p. iipii' su. iiiiii it'iumii
111 Ill's l.spolisililllt) to (toil lllsdipend.il
upon nun oong iiions it. nun, aim ii is
meet tint ev.iv Chilstlili n itliin should
have e.rtain d.)s assign. d for public de
KANSAS HORSES FOR MEXICO.
tfexl. .u (nv runt, ut Unlets null (,. Idlngs
of 1. WlClllh. I Ii in 'I lie (nlilr... t ..II
I tperiineiital One.
Wichita. Kas Nov 11 (hpet I il ) To
day .in n,eni toi the Jit xlt in gnvtrnment
int. rid Into a .ontiiut with a llun In this
ilt) r.ir i'"l e ix.tlry horses to he d Ilv. ted
In the Cltv ot Mexl.u uol 1 itei ihan De-
ember 1.". The lioises are lo be geldings
of lu iween l.o.jo nnd l.tm pounds weight
.in.l i.oliVPn I. and S p.irs ot age The
diltv his lain taken oil b) Hi. Mexican
.nithc. lilies toi th. inli) il th se noises
to th. r. publli I his is tin i p iliueutal
tontiacl on lb. pill ot Mixbo. and II it
piovt s satNtn. toi) Kalis is w ill mid u m n
kct In the u publli fot about '.,il lioi'cii.
Ilx-spt nker lieu 1. Mils. ell, oT St.iplvllln,
II l Iteg.lu ills llllip llgn for s, i-g.'.lit-i.t-
Wisbliuinn, Nov. II (hpi. ial 1 I!, l T
Itiiss.ll editor or Hie Mi.lvllli' Jllim,
and sp.akirot tin Missouri house of npn
s.ntitives, will be h. le Hie last ot ill's
we.k and op. n In ulqii irins is a t inui
dale lor s. rge int-at-nrins ot Hie house.
This inform itlon is ioiivpj.sI in i elu ular
Willi li Ih being u i eh id b) members of
the pew house Vlt Itussell, It is said,
will have his headipurii rs at Will ml s,
w In re pirlois hive also li.en eiiiri..l Iv
Mi Duw.-ll. ut P. mis) Iv nun, in. I 'il un, ol
New Vol k, the c.tii.ll leiti s tor .Ink und
do. u keeper.
OKLAHOMA WOMEN WOULD VOTE
Will Work to II . v a W. iu in siiiTragn
rii.iil. lu tin. ( .institution When the
Iciillnn Is t.liiittt. .1.
(iiitlirle, o T. N'ov II (Spuiil) The
llisi leirltoiial wiuuin's sum n, ..invin
tl.m began im. ibis .v.nlug with a fair
attend.ilii . fiom dlllerent i iris ol til. ter
llloi). This evinlng was taki li up mostly
with pi.liminai) busln.ss und in ad Ires
bv Miss 1. hum (iitgg, national mganUer.
It Is the. Inli ntlnn of th. touvt nlloii to pi m
foi an in live ..impatgu during Hit u. xt
). ar, having lu vli w Hie placing of n worn,
au's sumac,., pi ink in the constitution when
ilklali.iuui Is udmltt.d is a slate b) the
ARKANSAS YOUTH MURDERED.
Shot, Willie Driving Along th Public High,
tiny Niar 'I iilpli.ir.sprsugs, b) I wo
'lough ( h u i. tpr.
Sulphur Springs, Ark, N'ov. 1 (Special)
Tied Cimker 19 )..irs old. sou or It JI.
Cioik.i, a pttimlu.nl iltlz.. n oi this pine,
was foiill) mui bud on th. public htgh
vva), while pissing along In a huge,), b)
Cupi liu Flanks no I l l.itti. k, w. II known
lough ihiiu-lil's of sniiiliwi st CH), Mo.
The muidei oc. uu. 1 at I o . In. k Mindu)
lllhllt, si veil lllihs w.st ot ibis p i.e. Tlio
luurdeuis me at laige. Tin ex. iteiiu nt
is iiituis. Citlitis .iti.t th. guvciuot have
M'CULLAGH FOR SENATOR.
'the ltop.iblte Will Miy Ibis Morning Tint
the l.'illlnr of the (lliili. Deimicrat
Is it t'liiulld tie,
St, Louis, Nov. 11 The Itepubllc to-mor-low
will s.i) that J 11 JlcCullagh, tdltoi or
the (.Uobo-Demoerut, Is a candidate, for the
i'nlted States senatorshlp from .Missouri.
It adds that while Jlr. JlcCull uigh's eati
didac) may be taken as u po.ltln fact. It
is one that at present is dlliicult of out
I re Ight Wuek N.nr tioldtu ( II).
floldeii Tit). Jlo, Nov, 11. (Special ) At
7.1. this moinlng a w.st bound freight
train was wuck.-d lull a mile east of
heie. dtla)lng tialiie about one hour. The
engine and nine cats were deruli.d, seven
of them being a total vvieck. One was
loudcd Willi ton lii tin plate. The train
men escaped with buy a few Injuries.
The Vnlted States Trust Co.. In the N. Y.
I.rTu bldg Issues Its t itltlcutes of deposit,
drawing luteiest al i per icnt, which can bo
withdrawn on 5 days' notice Capital. $i.
000. Invested lu U. S. ggrtiuiut bonds at
Coiiloriulng to the proel imatnn or the
prcsldont, ). William J Stone, guvernni of
the state of Missouri, do btrebv ileslgnato
the twenlv -eighth tin) of the present month
of Novembei as a d iv of ibnnksglv Ing In
this state uu! 1 lesp.i tfullv in loin the
p.opli. trt olis. iv. tin diiv is lit onieji tin
citizens of a gii it Christian eominonwealili.
I'KICK TWO C15NTS.
KansvsCiiv Ma, Nor IS, IM
7e.fct) trr loox or Hits UeiUirf (o t 'tr
rrmiviiiiur tcffif.ti "fiilrutm i: Uite
' rWT 4 7'Vi" ;
r . ' ..' ' V
Tor my lu
Linens, Blankets, Comforts,
Silks, Critics, Kitchen Utensils,
Chinn, etc., etc.
' Trillin Domet Fl.um . 3'J CSfltS
Turk,) Ited PrIntH......,5 CefltS
Tumi. Hldcrdowns ,
Champ igtin (iliis is
Ice Cream Dishes ..
Hold llinid flips
Alt Wool White lllankets . vdO.cfo
"l Wool White lllinkets ..S4.98
All Wool White lllankets ..i .50
All Wool Crav 111 inkcts . . . vV vj 1 V
Cotton Filled Comforts. ..
S.ite.n Cot. red Coinforts.
Knltt.d Table Padding OU wGniS
lllenched Irish Damask J i OO
I'l.ttelli Cloths 3?la70
Hleaihed Napkins .
JIuispIUps P.cd Spre.i Is
Tub!, ached Linen
C'l C. nt
Cum in D imask ..
ivoty Handled Knives lJ 161115
' . Hit . !R fontc
Cups and Sine era
M Ci nt
Cold Hand China
Cups, Suite i and
"Alter Dinner Coftecs .IU LentS
.r. ftl !Q
.Minute cotiee rots
Pre sei ve Kettles . .
I 'itlllllll. PS .. .
,11 (. .. n. II. .1.1,1 ( 1,11 4
Sttlell) talloi-nu I .it- finished wnh
live lows ol Millions and bono I wnh
1,. lid. loll"-s "5 "" .$80.00
ll.illi le Double Cm . '
'I rimmed with satm .u I
Tull Clr. ulai i il'. . , . , . , ,,.,
Made of . b.ui In Norl tilum d wnh
toque fe.ilh. is ml b .n IsoiiM ' nj
htoldei.d lu Iji.iI.1 $40.00
lb iv.'r Cloth Doubl. i !". . ..
Top Cain tilnim. 1 with a ? QR
bi.ild nnd buttons, at . vlSO.SrCJ
Double lapis ,.i,,
m,..i.. nf it. iver . 1 iilinm
In, li sitllu an 1 Ilv n.w
o" sill. hing. black ..t le
f.tl.l.T.M'.. MOtl'lt I '. I Ml'"' ' "'
SEMINARY OPENING TO-DAY.
New l.ulliiriii Ilie..l.'1-I. il liisilliitl.in ut
AUbl-on It., nl) for Work Insiall ilinii
of Itev. I " Allmiin
At hlsnii. K i" . "v 11 C1 ' ' ' ""'
W'st.in Lutheian 'llmloi .1 "
ruentl) loixiltd ut An liis.ni, '' "'
nmlly opened m-morrow with n.
by Itev. II. L naiigher, presi i . i t .
Lutheran general s)no.l, nnd pi ' c
Oreek at th. Lutheran i-olb-g. i
bin g. Pa. I'lft) Lutheran mlnlvi. v i .,
pies.nl. On W edmsday evenuu u I.
ii Altman will Ik lurmHly ..'
ni.sl.l. ut of the tlii'uhiriu.il i " "' ''
In Ithodes, ot St. Louis, presi i i r urn
it uli.ntil boaid ur uliicutlon ol in i. iii
.in . Iiiii.h, will deliver the i.rln i .1 ai
dless Mi. Altman wns past.u ..r i . '."
Hi. i in i Iniu'li "t Iviinsas Clt) M I r r
to his .lotion as pu sld. ut ot ii t w
tlio(.igl .1 school, and was. I. . ac
Finpc.i la b. Ion- going io Kins . in
Tm llu pi . sent 111. the oh i .1 t boil
will be luiidilcL I at .Ml Hull i ," ".
ev.niiiiill) It Is io have bull iu.b s anl ai
fa. nil) or its own
WHAT DOESJT MEAN?
hrnitors Hill, Murpb) unit Hra) in (ouftr.
ruie Willi s.ir. Iitr) I iiimut and xt
tori..') (luiei.tl II irinoii
Washington, Nov. H.-fSpe. ial i p.m.
t.,t -. 1 1 ill and Jlurph). ot N.w urk, ,. I I
(iia). or D.luwar. , this moiiuu, urrlv il
in the ill), and Ihtir mnn nients but eu
.itnl Iniiitst. 'I lie) held a 'if ' ii'
with Si.r.laiy l.imont. Thn tn it . 'C
was sulll'l.nt te. awaken .uilosii). im. thu
tlio of dlsliiigutsh.il pulttii laws t I. M
t.uii.) (. ut i al Harmon into f ii r1 -.It
n. e ami pit I him u visit Th v,i l 'o.
d .In. tlon u u hid b) evil) Indivi ' ill e p.
in. i.il . Ith. i dlrctlv orlnllieiil) w Hit'.
Iielal ii.l. s wis iliai some tiul a l il
w is on ih. v.rge ot bellls, ink n in u t
to the ippolntuu'llt ot an uss.s i'c in tl i
em the I nit. .1 Suit, s t.upr m. I. Ii "11
ci the . unft it'll. wnh i ft iii.i" tti
iiil M.n I.il) l.ineini went il to tin
"A hlti House, and, although tie pi n' it
was tiiuugid Uiwu Ills niissiL. , a 1 It nl
.billed himself to evcr)twd), lie b vv tnu
ANOTHER RUN FOR LAND.
Hundred of Persons Awaiting the Opening
of thu Ni Pint's Indian lltsertu
(Inn In Idaho.
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 11. A, spec! il from
Lewistou, Id., bj)s: The absorbing
topit mound tlio border ot the Ness Ptr s
Indian uservalloii la tho uiiuouik iiK-t
that President Cleveland will Issue Im
proclamation opening the reservation, No
vember Is. I'liough homtseekeis are now
In camp near the reseivutlou to lake all
tlio desirable 1 mils to bo opened to bttt' -ment.
Several hundred ure vvuitlner lu this
vicinity foi the opening day ami huu 'rt Is
uio in camp ut othei points, A big rush
will be made Into Culd Springs, near Cot
tonwood, in tho southern part of the res
ervation. Several bundled people are now
camped In that viclnlt) and many of thesu
huve already gone ucrosa tho line It U
understood that the Indian agent wllldrivu
the men oftj
Where to get the best, und pay as little
for It is reliable goods can consistently
be sold for. will be found by reading Tlm
utUer Luiktlu. ta nwJ, drctutra oajia,c