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TTTK KVNSAS CTfT .lOrRXAl".. WKDNKSIUY, XOVKMUKinS, isn.1
MEN'S SUITS AT $15.
E DONT tax your
credulity and intelli
gence by claiming that
you'd be paying en
tirely too little for them if you gave $25. We're telling
the trulh -and it pays in the long run. There is no other
such assortment of styles and patterns in town as are here ;
there is no other line of men's suits at $15 that you'd pre
ferand there's not one suit among: them but what was
made for the current season.
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HETHER it's the suit
for hard, serviceable
wear, or the swellest
of dress novelties, you
will find it worth your while to come here to look for what
you want. The furnishing- goods line, too, is at its best here,
and the caps, hats and shoes will all be found worthy of the
strong guarantee we back them with. Prices under those
ordinarily asked for novelties, and bring back anything you
don't like and get your money for it.
MEN'S OVERCOATS AT $15.
OT too much to claim for them
that no better overcoats are to
be found anywhere for $15,
There's a point beyond which
excellence cannot go for $15, and it has been attained in these overcoats
at that price. No need to take our judgment in the matter the coats
are here to speak for themselves and our faith in them is unbounded.
More styles and newer than any other house in town, and no trouble to
get your money back if you prefer it to the coats.
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Kansas City's Foremost Clothiers, Shoer,
Hatters and Furnishers,
Southeast Corner of Tenth and
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Kansas City's Foremost Clothiers, Shoers,
Hatters and Furnishers,
Southeast Corner of Tenth and
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KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Enterprising Business Men Always Advertise.
Ilrmombf r i hrol no
Ivt't'ley InHtltutu la
KitiiNiiH I'ity, 31o.
JtcMiirn iif i lit up Ini-
THE GERMAN MEDICAL 1SSTITUIE.
OIIIpph, ColimiMa bulkllns. Sixth nml MIn
nehotn lueniu1 For tho treiittiunt of sp"
ilal illscuht.s by romprtcnt spoitolNti. The
Inhtituii- 1 umlor the dlrortlon of tin- celc-tiriiit-il
spei'lalist for rttscanH of thp ill-K-Htlvc
oiBiuiB, I)i. Ci. Ivan 1'ohPlc. t)tinsrii
of wotnon will he under Dr Von HerGninn,
Into of I'liiMThlty of Herlln. Hpprlal enre.
IS TO 1.
It'n not tho money
problem with tin, bill
imtoly biinlnesi. We
va!i HI Shirts to our
JOHN T. SIMS
AH buIni'h carefully
unit promptly in
omco In tho Wel'h
Mock, Tourtti and
Justice or the Peace.
New number, West 7
J4t! .Mllliioiitu AlP.
Columblu imlldlnu, Hth
indMlnneiotii n venue.
bpecUl ,ir .inKcnienti
for private I'lattot. All
latest d.ini'es luiti;) U
W.J HI KNAOII.VN,
HHldeue.i IUH Jnder
Deli ered at your door.
'IVIeplKMiit ttlt II,-.
E.S. W. DROUGHT,
fauccos-or to Kansas citr lUntnj; Mill.
Fmli, Donri, IuiiIiIIulc, rurnhicr iiiul I'hn
Inc. Srnill nntt Iluml uulni;, htiilr llullit
lut H.mk ouiiIitf. 4)111 1 it rtvturui
tiinl lliirilutitxl I'liilshin;, l.tl
uritu iiroinptly furnlshiMl.
OdklHiid .Uc.hir. UliM., Ivun-i-i City, Ktn.
IT'S YOUR OWN FAULT
If yon ko throiiRh life pnylni? your hnnl
earned dolliir.s to landlord for rent, nnd
when old aire overtnltea yon, jou Hnd our
telf puurtT than you were when jou be
pan. Cnst your bread on returnlnir wuters.
Humes Hold on monthly puymentn.
I'OUThMolJTll l.N l..ir.tli;.V' C).
Tel. tViwt 111.
rineit. mnit popular
and complete place In
the city for linldlnR
and me.uiutf ot an
klimn Kites rea
SIl'5, S150. SMU.
Wl( fiihli, Imlunuo fc3
nit S. N. Mrapson 4 Sod.
VUth street Hotel. Chamber of Com. llldg.
G, W. BETTS,
Juslico or the I'caee,
I Ifth nnd
jiulillelty It refiueslol
C ollei-tloits ,t ntirclalty
Wjriinilnttfl lint 'o
H Tho Journal ofllco has been
H removed lrom tho Chamber
oiCommorco to tho ilrst floor
H of tho Columbia Building at
j Sixth street and Minnesota
fiom Ills barn, two miles west of this eltv.
.Monday nlsht. Thn memlieis of the Hore
Thief Uennuc found them ycineiilay In a
mini in jvanbait t-ity, Ma., wnero tney had
JIlss Laura Jennlnex, of Yaten Center,
has is In the city, the suest of friends on
Josepli Mcdrtider, of JIadlon, WIh was
In tht city yi'steidjy,
Tltfl West I3ml ChatititiKiua f'ltelo met
nt thn retddeiico of Dr. II. M. It. illicit
Ilio Cuuncll Will II" Aled to Improve the
banltiiry (l.ndlllim nf tlio Illy
lui.ild r lleultll W.utted,
The Artrentlno rommerclal Club, at Its
last ineeiinu, uppolnteil u. commltteo to con.
for with the. city council In retfurd to tha
Miiltnr condition of tho Uty and nUo to
un that body to appoint a board of health,
n my physician und a mnllai'j olllctr. This
'inimlte appointed was (J. v, hlmntotu,
Vr, J. II. Holland and Dr. I). SI. Smith.
One Inconvenience that will bo done aw ay
with, In eue u hoarl of Inaltli Is estub
llittt 1, is sundlnir to Kansas City, Kas.,
tor death certllleatts lor the tultlng of
belles lo other ijlaeet, for burial. It Is pro
inel to frre.ttly Improve the banltury con.
dulou of thu city.
Chief of the l'lre department Oeary Iat
eenlnK went before the city council and re
quettel ilut hody to putchusB new hose
und ttl'O new tioisxles and other upparatus
used In 1 s uepaitimm. Ills report thons
of th'- 'm feet of liosd on hand, COo feot Is
unlit for iiae.
H''V. Dr. Flack, the evangelist, has re
turntxl fiom u trip throutih Southern Mis
souri and will I'wuine the revival services
at the I nlon tabernacle.
Itev. St. SI. Telle will leave this morning
for L.eu"nworth. to attend the Lutheran
conference to be held In that city.
Tt.o funeral of IM Harring, who died
Sunday Jilifht, was held yesterday The
burial was In the Argentine cemetery,
CKgrje AlUug Hud three mulc ttoku
Monday iilBht. A veiy Intel culm; meelliiK
was had. Thu next meeting will bo held
ut inn residence or .us, rice.
.Hani Tellls. tho liov who Is aliened to have
Mtolen it cow tiom Sir, Johnston nml sold
It, w.'is attested Katurdny ut his home, lie
was held by JudK) Nichols In thu bum of
5M0 for trial on November lii.
To rent Heven room house, one block
west of stteet ear. In tint North end of
town, luqulio nt the homo of Sir, J.
Tho Kansas City Journal Is delivered In
nosedale by Kueene Sillier, who will also
collect for the same ut the reduced rute of
1(1 cents a week und muks Ills collections
j ARE YOU GOING TO TRAVEL?
I Tho Iturllnuton Jtoute from Knnsas City
I offers advantages excelled by none, wltk
new compartment sleepers and parlor cars
j to St. lyjuls; nncciuuled itenlce on fast
train io tjnicaKo. iiiciuuiuk mo iniuiu;
Cur service; solid train fiom Kanras City
to Denver with Cafe Dlnlnt; Car for every
meal, making It tho most desirable for
Colorado and tho Pacific coast points; It l
the only direct Hue to Hillings, Spokane and
l'uget Sound points; the btst lino to Oma
ha. St. I'aul und Sllnneni'lls.
Tor full Information apply at nny ticket
ollUo or address 11. C, Oir, Kansas City,
Topekii frUouurx Itreuk .lull
Topeka, Kas., Nov. 12. (Special.) Jack
1.(,lnir liitf, iipnlpiip,l it Hind vpjra In
I the iienltcntlary for larceny, and Hverett
wrtKUt, cnurseu witn puruiary, escupeii
from the county Jail last nlKht by picking a
cell door lock. They are still at large.
GITY GLERK'S NAME.
has nr.KX Arrixi:n tii tiii: iintiiu:
lbLi; or iti:rr.MiM. iionds.
WILL BE DEPOSITED IN DANK,
THIl SClIWAll.SCHII.I) & M;i.7.nnitor.:t
1'ACKlNH l'l.AM'TO Itr, !.NI,Alt(.::i.
ArtrentinA Ctiniuierrlal Club Vantsn Hoard
of Health nnd Hetter .Huultutlmi A
Vninail Kept Out (if dull by
thu County Attorney.
Tho bonds comprlflnpr the recent JMto
Issiii. were yesterday plKtied by the city
clerk und will In a few d.ijs be deposited
In tho Wyandotte National bank. The hank
now hns o,l,t In elt bonds.
The IW.IIDO thhtie will practically bo n
renewal of that portion ot the city's In
debtedness and the lemalnltiK $13.i) will
soon he taken up by the elt. Tho new
bonds draw 0 per cent Intel pm, while the.
former ones diew 7 per cent. Thus the
city will save 1 per cent In Intoiest on u
Humane, Society. He went ncrosi tlie state
line nnd was picked up by the police t h. i
und taken In chuixc by Humane ullleeis
Ho Is now ut home.
T. IT. t'HNVI.NTIOJf.
Will Ho Held In Iho Central .'Methodist
t biireh In Ariiiounlalc.
Tho Women's Chil'tlan Temperanco 1'n
lon, of Wyandotte coiiniy, will hold u con
vention Tluirdn at tin Central SlethollHt
church In Aimoiirdale. The mornlntr es
slon will be culled at 10 30 o'clock and tin.
afternoon sciun at 1 .in o'clock. Mi". It.
H Armitionir, president of the eotints
union, will pieslde. Some ery Important
matters conci'mlnir the temperaine work
will bu lirnuifhl HI' before the eoiiM-ntlon
and noted upon. It Is iinderstond that an
eiiort will lie Hindi' to have tho temperance
woik pmi nded to tho public schools of the
number nf pntlen'n nv at the hospital,
.2 llilrt-nine ,it tl us, d ini"i d were
fullv re'nv'inl, i isrht w,n miiruvi.d und
onl foil i wete iinlmpiiLil.
Out iiT lliini;er.
William OIne, the hiiik mill who was
shot by David Shepheid about a. month
auo, while In the a, t of Inn K'ln rlltm the
home of the latter, was ye&ttidaj n moved
from Ilethuny hospital to the home of his
pari tits, on AittiHtioiiK avenue, lie Is eon
sldeteil out of dniiRi'i' by the hospital phs -sli
latin, The ease uKulnst Olney on the
i halite of Imrirlury is set fot hearing be
fore Justice HiiKhes Thuisd.iy, but It Is nut
hl.elj that he will be nblo to appear.
WIM, SI-.M) A SIAIN
City Clerk Short Iticeltus nn Inquiry rrom
a .Mar,tbiud Corporation.
City ClPik H. 1 1. Short received u com.
munlcatlon yebleida mornlnif fiom the
Slnrjlaud Steel Company, of Sparrow's
1'olnt, Sid., askltu? for liifnriuntlnn ran
cernlmr the lunstruetlon of h mammoth
hUel btldBo itcioss the Colorado river ut
nit", iiij. .hi. rmui l iraii (iiu ,e,ier over
several times nnd then spiutt considerable
time lorutiin; Colorado llveis on the map.
He locajed two streams known us Colot.ido
river, but neither of these came nmrci
this city than Tca. Sli. Slant bus here.
H'tuip UAH'f,ni,ri ,,u Mllll Mllj 111 IlllSVVer-
lint letters of Inciuliy, und says he does not
propose to bo hauled this time. He In-
ii'iiun ii, nnii vim .tun i mini 'uiupaiiy u
limn of Run,,, is with tht letin.t I,, i.uua
not ctm.miTi:!) to jaii.
County Attorney Huh Compnuslon I'prm u
Wool in lined for Ao.iull,
Sirs. H, J, reuson, a miiso nt tho Hon
ner Sprlims medical Institute, was brought
to this cllv vebteidav to bo lodued In the
county Jail lor thu non-payment of a U
line und costs In u ctlmlnul cute, sits,
l-'enson was at rested some time ugo on the
charge of assaulting another muse named
i uiueiiuu ueueiiu, vv lien (lie caso was
called for tllal vesteidav. .Mis. 1'ensnii
appeared and pleaded guilty to the charge.
Slio was lined ii und t-osts. She had no
money, nnu me consume brought bcr
hciu to serve out the line und costs,
County Attorney Sillier, alter heuilng the
woman's story, decided to pot to havo htr
committed to Jail und leleused her.
Hr. Itanrrott Itesiiuies Ills Work In llehalf
nf tho Svviy 1'nor
Dr. T. D. Hancroft. who has devoted
much of his time to helping the needy poor
of the city, has again Issued un appeal to
the people to contilbute to his ch.ulty
fund. His plan of helping the poor hus been
found to be practicable. At 'the Tabernacle
luring each winter many poor persons
have been fed and sholteied. Dr. Hancroft
now asks donations of old clothing, espe
cially underwear, und food for tho needy
I'ctsons desirous of contributing to this
worthy cause are t quested 0 ent their
offerings to tho Tabernaelu or notify Dr,
Hancroft and he will call.
Iteturaril lo Ills Homo.
A 7-year-old son of William Hendrlx, of
No. Hi. l'urallel avenue, run away fiom
home late Monday night. The police weie
notified, and yesterday the boy was found
la Kansas City, ilQ., in the care of, the
Klla Ilnlicock hns begun action ngnlnt
Constable Hurdle to teplevln 17S worth of
household goods. II. c. liuluock fotmeily
run u Ktoeety stole nt the Chelsea Junc
tion, but failed one year nffo. His eieditors
got after him pretty hot, and one of them
attached all of his household ftiiultuie.
Now his wife hns sued to teplevln them,
claiming that tho goods are her propirt.v
She also mie3 to leiover &o0 us dam
The Creamery 1'ael.ago Manufacturing,
Company has tiled suit against It. II. Kllt
ott to lecover JM'I on an account.
A. H. Vert 111 against Anna II. Wood Is
the tltln of a foieclo-uic Milt Hied to re
cover IJ,!.i) on a moiiKuge.
Iteeelver Iltldgens, of the defunct Citi
zens' hank, thiough his attornejs, Seroggs
Iv Wnlson, yesterday lib d six suits In tho
district court against as runny creditors
ot the bank. Tho receiver proposes to
force tho Issue fiom now nn, and snttl, up
the affairs of tho hank ns soon us poslble.
Those who have not paid their obligations
to the bank will be n quired to do so at
once, or have u lawsuit on their ItanJs.
Tim Unhappy Women.
Sirs. Until Foster yesterday began suit
for dlvorro from her husband, John ros
ter. They weto muriKd In 1W3. She ul
loges that the deft iid.iut .has an ungov
ernable temper and his fteqiteut violent
outbursts were moto than she could stand.
Mr. Coster nwns a nice farm near Aigen
tlne, property In the city nnd has a bank
account of ll.i'ion. She nskk for hnlf ot I bo
Uiiperty, custody or me nauy nun un in
unction to prevent the defendant nnnoylng
ier nr disposing of ih" ptopeity during
tl,,. ...tntlmii'v nf the soil. Jlldiio Alt en ls-
btied tho older, ulid it was seived dining
Nellie llogan began divorce proceedings
against her husbnud, James llogan, In the
district court yesteiday In the petition
Sirs, llomin usserts that tho defendant
is a worthless diunkanl nnd that he In no
way assists In the sut'poit of thn tutnllj.
Sho claims that she ' ut her left leg by
trying to mnlto a H'ig for hetself and
children. She would ph k up coal along
the railroad tracks to juotect her chlldieu
tiom the wlntiy weuther, nnd while at
that woik one evening sho was run over
by a tiuln,
Desirable olllce rooms, single or en suite,
with or without ault accommodation, In
Chamber f Conmierco building. Kansns
City Kas.; centrullv located ut Hlvervlew;
tlevuton steotn heat; electrla light; low
prices. Fine large hall for lodge purposes,
Wo have two vacunt nights per week. Alo
large hull on ground lloor, suitable for
dancing parlies. For pat tlctilurs, call on
Janitor at building, or
AI.KX. FINDLAV, Agent.
Ituuker bldg., Kansas City, Slo.
Hetlmny llospltsl Iturnrt,
Superintendent Anna SI. Deutsche, ot
Hathuny hospital, has completed the follow
ing report or the lustllutlou for the months
of September nnd October: Number of pa
tients cared for, Wj number of charity pa
tients. 73; number of patients dismissed, 51;
A Victim nr Drlulc.
Aother Indian chief Is seeking reform.
I'llnee Alexander Tnllehlef, tieustiior of
the Osage tuition, Is now taking u course
in the Keolev institute In this city. Tnll
ehlef Is a pioiulnetit member of the Osage
family and is a. direct disieiidunt ot a
!,.,, ,,, lit,, t-i nl,li.f!,,tti Ml, in I in II .1 TIM lull,.
ginduutcd fiom tho local Institute und It Is
said they ate miirli better lifter having
experienced the taking of tho Keeley cure.
Father Wnrl p tfirmid the iii.ni.in
vvhl h was s.,i innU 1 with hlh in i - i
S in I.', he k 'I'lile was a lan.'.' e.' tie 1 tll
of filinds of the i ntitrai ting put!"- inj
the i him h was nppiopriutelv ,1 it ,t t.
A '!" 'il holt fmiii the V.ir'h "-I I, fni
llls.li 'I the imisii . Thi bndr and giui'n
tire tiuth well krown hi ie in,l li.ie a l.u 141
number of frli nd who wl-'i tin in lu 1 -
The) will make tin 11 home li i, .
Cnloiiel Hunt svorn In.
Colonel It. H. Hunt, the ncwlv nnnolntd
clerk of tho hoard of health, w.t.i sworn In
vosterdnj motuing by City Cleik Curry.
He men ins noun mr si.imi, vvim dt. n. it.
I'orter nnd Dr. Joseph Fred in securities,
with Citv Compti oiler Shannon. Colonel
Hunt will take ehaige ot tho olllce on the
adjournment of tho grand Jury.
Attorney H. K. Morilt returned yesterdny
fiom a two weeks' trip thiough the Hnst.
He spent u week with his brother at Wash,
Slatn Senator Dlllnnl, nf Fort Scott, was
In tho city yesterday attending to some
legal matters in the Ulstilct court.
Thomas W. Nolund, of Olitlie, Is the
guest of friends in the city.
Srs Helen Funk, of Hldorado, 1 visiting
relatives on Walnut stieet.
Fnlted KtuleH Cnnunlsslonsr Ferry went
to Foil Siott vesterdiiy to attend the Unit
cd Suites niurt In that city.
Sllss Daisy Hoiislon, of North Seventh
stieet 1s enteituinlng Slli-s Clara tlorm.in.
of fJainett, Kus.
If ioio can euro it
why enduj'o it ?
Ayor's Cherry Peotoral
iiiirina- Hie list few davs several over.
coats have been stolen from tho high
The lvnnsylvanli Investment Company
veMerday trunsfeired some propel ly It,
ihe Ninth bottoms nnd two town lots In
U-moiitdalo to D ivld Hensoii and Susan
Henwin, of Ileikes 1 utility, I'a. The con
sideration was jrJ.fi'Ji).
The James street htldge across the Kavv
was closed yesteiday while the Hour was
btlng (epalred. The floor will be ill coil,
ditiou to allow navel to-day.
A I.ircn Addition VMM lie llullt In tho
tcliiriirsibllil A: suUborgef I'nok-
An addition l!SOx300 feet In dimensions Ii
soon to he built to tho hog killing depart
ment at tho Si-liwarzschlld &. Sulzberger
Sir. Ferdinand Sulzberger, president nt
tho iimipanv. Is now In th. clt Ilu
brought with him from New Yoik the
plans and spe mentions 11s uppiovod by tho
bounl of dins tois. and woik will bo begun
within the next two weeks. The addition
to tho hog killing deisirtment will bo threo
stories high and will enable this depart
ment to kill from l,.Vn) to ;',IJ hea 1 per
day. Tho new building and equipments will
neeessltute un outlay of W,vti.
Manager A '' Nathan Is authorized by
tho president to draw plans tor a new
fertilizer, which will add materially to tho
plant. Other Improvements uro to be made
dining the coming winter und spring.
Hired 1'lfty Mm.
The Kansas City Car and Foundry Com.
pany, luxated In thU city, esterduy morn.
Ing hired an additional force of Ilfty men,
mostly mechnnlis. This compiny has sov
erul largo contracts from throughout the
country for building new cars and remodel
Ing old ones. They have now nearly 20)
men employed and will soon hnvo to put
more to woik In order to get out tho work
they have on hand.
United In JUrrl.iue.
James Cuff and Miss Anna Handrahan, ot
this city, were united in marrluge yeVter
duy iu St, Th'jtmu Catholic church, ilev.
Tho ease of the Ntalo aganirt DiiiIpI Junes
took up all the day In Justl e Sinn' . ml
yesteiilav. The other eases hooki 1 f n ti il
were eoiitinued until next Tiies.jiiv
Anna Clint Imti. aged 0 ye.us, . 1 1. 1 .Mnii
day night at th- home of hr pnnnts. No
740 l'ai Itlc avenue, of croup. The funeial
will be held lo-d.iy nt 2 p in.
William Dunmlre nnd a large number of
frlendi left t-MiriUiya for Johnson ouuiy
on a hunting trip.
lllam Whistler Iia3 returned from Cal
ifornia Sllss Maggie Hoach and Sllehael .Mahuney
will he in.i lr 1,-1 this evenlim In St. Thomas
A large number of the members of Kavv
Valley lodge. No. 31.1, I (). ft. F., will no
to mat ho Slondny evening to attend the
deilli ntlnn of a new lodge in that eltv
Sirs. Chniles I'ni"lt Is entertaining Sllss
Dora SleCalTiitv. of St. Joseph, Slo.
"Ihe Itest I'lll I ever iimmI." Ii th frequsni
reinarl: oi puitli is-rs of C.uii-r's I.ltilo l.lver
l'HK Wfcili jou try ilwin you will say tlw
latin llsotirl t Ii irters.
Jefferson Cllv. Slo., Nov. 12 (Spr CtJil
Secretary of State l.emn ir to-day grantid
clt.irttrH to the following lump infos
Thi Vog.l ,v Sim in Caril.iue .nil Wagon
Company, of St. Louis; cnpi'al. i i.
Tho Kiiig-lliliisniaile SIi-k antile Com
pany, of St. Louis; i-apiliil, Jl.'iO,iHi
The West l.n-l Itulldlng and Contracting
Companv, of St. Ie ins, capital, .' im.
The 1'iter Holsi-her Cut Sione Cuiihtrue
tiou Company, of St. Louis, e.iplial, "i.".
The St. Louis Vai'ht Club, of St. Louis;
Movers Purged of ontempt.
Wlchlfi, Kn.. Nov. 12.-(Sieelal ) Will
iam Slejers, serti tllly Of thu AllbiUS'l
Ilusrh HrewlniT Association, has Imen
pinged of (oiititnpt h Judge Tu In r,
without obeying the rumin ind to lilnk a1
bottle of bice us Ihe Judge oidei.d Ii.m .
to do. In older to be able to t-stilv us in .
1t contents. It Is uudeistood that Sleyus
represeiiied to the judge that the be, r i
had been "doped." which was his lea-un '
for dc'dlnlng to dtink. j
lusiir.toi o .lieu it- rxelnr Springs.
Hxculsinr Springs, Slo,. Nov. 12 Thn reg
ular m ml-iiiiuuiil meeting of the lv.ins.il
Field Club, formitly the Sunllower Club,
began to-duy and will l.-nniln in si sslon fur
two duys. Iiihiiruin i matt. r of lutii.-st
to Kansas, Indian and Oklahoma T. irltor
les will come up for eon-iih ration. At my
of the members nre accompanied b th,lr
ll Arkillistrt illy Huddlilg, ,
Ark.insni City, Kns , Nov. 12 -At the f
PliinMl'c If clilfih, a 111 I Vila iilltr lllla ntt JT
rt - .- fcv ' t M HMO J IIM1 H I I
noun at I o lor'k, H-orge S lliuui uti
.Mies l.tt.'l Tull VV1 ml' 1 In in.il'rius,.
Sir Howard is pne of the pioneer Inisiiu s
men ot Ai knnsas i'iij nn i the bride ha.
nslded huie for foul years
tf it's i goad piano ti
just as acceptable as , nc
thai ' s own fit and dor mi
require any extensive I'it
ay of cash to i eceive its
TUB RENT IS
and the fiarut are of ' v rrt
ly bet let stoik than m U ,
tenia pianos. Some ab
solutely nrti; some ill n:t
used; none that show 7i- ar
in tone or appeal ance.
DROP IN AND
SEE TII EM.
Western Agent for stuinwiiy Pianos.
Cor. loth ami Walnut Sts.
Msniif.il. mrer of llradbiiry and
Hem. in,- 1'Unoi
GEO. METCALP, Mj?r.
V. T. WAIII., I'liiini I liner.
k" i i w.
gH 8.4 Propi. Bojto J, V. s,.
r'ju-'AW; i i cr
' I MIIN l'AI II It) I AST II.MI
: TV California and Oregon limited leave i
Kansas City evtry day iu the yeur at 3. 0
,.1 in. Plain Is wMll'ibd lighted v.. il ,i-
;nl. btai.il I'liitoi n likht. heated inoi jii
fjrlanLv with steam, tiiulpped with ink
I ii g i .ir flit ti'illiiiiig ibalr tars Full-
tl Ill's fat -t imi'iuvi t sleeping tin nit t
l'ullman pala i dining ur. Kjiis.. i ,ti
ti Fortlan I, teventy houi; to Sar I'tiut
c""-o in seventy-two hours. Fleas com
pile this time with other lines. The Den.
v r and California fast line leaves dully ut
7.?d p. iu. Fully equlpp'd with smoking
cars, free t .dining thulr cars, l'ullman
inline buffet shtplng cars. Splendid tiulu
f jf Denver. Leave Uitiisaa City at 7.30 p.
in.., urr v? in IK uver at 2.&j next day noon.
No other Jli.e does It. The Union l'arltlo H
positively the shortest and best lino lo
Denver and San Fruiiclaco. No othei Hue
tiffers equal faellltle. City ticket ottleo,
looO Slalti street, IO0.S I'nlon avenut, and
l nlon station. Telephone 1100.
J, 1). FKAWLUY. general Agent.
lUtrs, Ksutiit (Ut) to All inia uud Uuturu,
for the (irtitl rxposltlou, Are
For tickets limited to return January Ti
isini, J33.10. ,
Tickets with teturn limit of twenty days,
On November 13 und 23, December 5 and
16. tickets will bo sold at rate of ,17.M, with
ten du return limit.
These rates upply via the Kansas City,
Fort Seott &. Slemphls railroad only,
Through tloepltiK cars Kansas Clt to At
Unta dally J. C. LOCKWDOI).
O. 1'. una X. Agent, SlemphLa Uoux.