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VOLUME XXXVITT, NO. loo.
KANSAS CITY, NOVUM MM 1 1, t80o. TUN PAC,I0S,
1'RICH TWO (MOTS.
(( I i TH Y $ I H'll I 'life' 41! tiriliDrili'' riV !
Still on salo at
A Pair of Shoes
nought at tho proper plac at the
proper price tho proper lit, mint cer
tainly ho the proper shoes to buy. The
Full of Feet
that wear shoes that piy Main street
rents anil store expenses. Wo pay
$173 per month less than we lld at S3C
Main, nnd have tho same shoes out
For 25 Cents
to $1.00 less per pair on account of that
difference' In rent. See the point? We
have later points in bhoes.
1413 Grand Ave.
in main iiTMumwi'iii
N0RMM& ROBERTSON, I
AND GUARANTEES OF TITLE. jg
Telephone MOJO. 1G Kast Oth tt. Eg
WILL WORK FORTHE BALLOT.
Oklahoma Suffragists Itcsolvo to Do All
Possible to Obtain for Women tho
Might to Vote.
Outhtl", O. T., Nov, 13 (Special.) Tho
terrltorlil iv Oman's suffrage convention
elected oillcera to-day as follows: President,
Miss Margaret Hees, Guthrie; vice inci
dent, Mrs. M. 13. llenslcs'. 131 Reno; corre
siioiiding secretary, Mia. L. 11. Keaton,
Guthrie, recording seeiotaty, Mrs. J. P.
31lnlvle. Perkins, ticasurcr, Mrs. L. P..
Tieadnoll, Oklahoma City; auditors, Mrs.
"W It Kceney, Unld, and Mrs. Grabell,
Kingfisher, representative and delegnto to
national contention, Ml: It. W. bouthard,
lieforo adjourning this afternoon the fol
lowing iisolutlons wwo adopted
' Ito-olvcd. That we use our influence to
obtain fiom tho legislature suffrage foi
women on tho same terms as it Is gi.tnted
to mi 11.
Ite-olcd, That we try to secure in the
oiisiiiutiuii.il convention tho omission of
the won! male us u (luullilcatlou lor thu
"Ki'-olwd, Tl1.1t wo ask of all representa
tive bodies, uud esjieelully of political 01
gunlaiions, tlulr Indoiscnient of equal
'Itesolvcd, That we ue all possible
means b volei, pi ess and circulation uf
Jlteinture, to educate the public to the jus
tli e of our cause
llusolvcd, That wo especially urge local
iual sulfiago clubs, ah well as all suffrag
ists, to iiuitiiie the stilely of political .sclcnco
ius planned by the National Woman's Suff
"Resolved, Th it we lay aside nil religious
nnd political dltl'ei culls In our suitruge
work and put forth our -whole efforts to
ward the advancement of tho equal suffraga
HOLMES WANTSA NEW TRIAL.
bets I orth 11 l.oiiK I Ibt nf ICeatons liy It
houtd Ho (irtiuted t'o Jto Argued
rlill.idelphln, Nov. 13. H. H. Holmes,
tlio nllesed multl-inurilcier, who was
lecenlly convicted of tho murder of
II. F. 1'Ietzel, to-d.iy, tluoiiffh Ills coun
hel, lllud re.ifcons for it new tilal, The
Krounds laid, v UlcU will bo atKUcd next
Jlomluy, ato that tho verdict ns
iiK.iIiist tho law and evidence; that now
matter lias been dlbcovered since tlio
1 1 Jul ; that thu dl.sttlct attorney in his
opeuliiK M'i4cl made btitteinents which
related to other ctlmes "v litch could not
bo putt of tho ovldeiico, unit they weir
of Htich it. lortlble niituie that tlielf ef
fect on tlto Jury with bo adverto to the
defiiulant that It wort Imposbtblo for
them to decide purely upon tho eUdetice
In this case; tlmt tho district attorney
In lifn closiiiu cpeech mentioned tho
death of the ehlldteu nnd tho llndlntr of
their (Jenil bodies In the morgue; that
thu court erred Ju Allow Inu Mrs. I'ietel
mony of Mrs. lietzel relating to the
bottlo of nltro-glvcetlne; In ruling that
the defendant's wile was a competent
wltmvs; allowing evidence of the w)iee
nbotits of the eiilldten and lludlng their
bodies In Totonto; In petmlttlng Juwrs
t enter the box upon their statement
they had formed or expressed un opinion
leirardlng tho guilt or Innocenco of tlio !
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defendant; in charging me jury Dy giv- i
ine- undue prominence to the evidence
lavorablo to the commonwealth nnd not
Btiillclent prominence to tho evidence fav
orable to the prisoner.
' IUt'Hi:iill(U MAN AKUKSIKD.
l'our Iudletiuuutf Iteturned at St, Jo.cpli
for btuto I avr Moliittou.
St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 13 W. A, Michael,
one of the most prominent dealers In grain,
stocks and provisions, was arrested to-night
on a capias, charging him with violating
the state law relating to bucket shops.
Tho grand Jury to-day' returned Indictments
uuulnbt three other buiket shop men, L. A.
Wood. P. I. Putorje and L'mory J. Smith,
and they will be arrested to-morrow,
JuiIko Culver instiucted the grand Jury
to give the uucKi'i snops careiut attention
and from the testimony given sensational
jtVlaji'.'ntM way. be x;acted.
. tAolli't. .ti. utfitn M'lul Mn, Hiivi)nt,,1 lifl. I
r,n'gyartfi ufioWUKbiSa zTaVlepnmc,min u,
'IVtto Haute, 1ml.: In allowing the testl- unufa &tales E-"'"e'
Is a new tlcslrn, both In decoration nnd
Minpo, a consignment or which we hnve
JiifI received direct from Kmtlniiil n
hope, our ImlV Mends will mil nnd fcco
them. Tlioj nro In throe colors
rottAt.r. t'AMus ami
1:1.1.1 1 itu itt.in.s-
nml for tho jiMee, excel ans thing wo liiUo
over offered In CHAMIIHU ST.TS.
We h-ivo Just put on n1o n. line of "Hoi
leek" Ware, which, for benutj-, delicacy
nml design, must bo ccn to bo appreciated.
33& por cant discount off
KILLED HIS WIFE AND CHILD
coMiuiTr.n a Douin.i: .-tiuitii:it ami
TIIKN- TOIIK Ills OWN' i.iri:.
Itnclstereil nt I.nrp.ln, 'lox., n C. Shulvr,
hut III ltlght .Ni.liio AppeirK to lime
llccn Kiintzniiil lll Itrslilpncn M.
I.011U ltutlior .Mysterious.
Ladcdo, Tex., Xov, 13. A man enmo to
a Inredo hotel .Monday mornlnff with a
mlddle-ased woman and an S-tar-old girl
and rnjlstured as 0. Shuler and family, of
San Antonio The woman stated that .shu
and her husband were from St. Louis nnd
more recently from J'oit Worth, where htr
son kept a hotel. IUr husband had .1 po
sition In Iew, she said, with a railway
company. In Monteny, and they wore
to luie foi that olt Tiled ij- afternoon.
About 3 o'cIolIc )etenlaj the mini pio
cuteil a horse and biiKK), ostensibly to
dilo his wlte and child to the depot.
About 4.iO he 1 etui nod tho lnit,'K und pro
ceeded to the hotel, ate supper und te
tlti d to his loom.
Very e.ul this moinlnj? a. Mexican shep
heid discovered two bodies IUiir- in some
brush about three miles 1101 tin at of tho
city. He lmmedtitel notified the city
olllclnlb, who brought the icm.iins to the
morgue. The weie Identilled as halne
bet 11 seen with Shuler.
The chief of polite Immediately called
at tho Hotel Hamilton, where Shuler had
registcud The pioprletor. Mi. ChrUten,
called to Shuler olt the transom and im
mediately received a response, lie was
asked where his wife and child wire and
Informed that Mr. Christen desired to seo
him Shuler replied that he would Lome
to the door ery shottlj, but after som
dolaj, a pistol shot was heard. The room
was entered and the man was found lying
cb-ad upon the bed, -Jiith 11 bullet In his
Under his pillow was found an insurance
policy lot $J,WK) In his own faoi and a died
of tiust executed tor propel ti in H.iht ht.
Louis. Several lettets were found In thu
ti links from various pel sons, borne ad
dressed to William Kuntz, St. I.ouIh and
Pott Worth, sevenil others to Mrs Caio
llne Mnnn, Hast St. Louis and Dallas
Over $1,000 In $IW bills was found upon
the mans person, two watches and a
chaim with "KunU" cngiavcd upon it.
Prom pupeis found It seems that Kunt
is from St. Ixjuis. A largo photograph
of the man who committed the murder, the
.same beautiful little girl, but another
worn in, perhups 2s or 30- ears of ace, were
found In his loom. Onc letter addressed
"Willie," written In German, evidently
tomes trom HoboKin, N. J or Kingston,
I X. Y. it was not signed She calls him
llllsDanii anil .isk lur iiiuih-)
U'liderLlothlng w ts found marked"Kuntz '
and it appears that Kunu had been a
M.itlomuj englneei In St Louis Tho
womiin with him slid he w is to be iuper
lntcndent of soma rnllro id woiks In Jlun
teiey. The Pott Wotth polUe were wired
nnd hor son, mined Mntk Hiirrold, will
111 rive to-11101 row. It is supposed tho mill
derer wanttd to rid hlnuelf of his two
compiulons The woman bald the money
thej hud had been left her by her father,
who had died
BURTON HAS THE BEST OF IT.
That Is tlio Way t'ongr. ssium 1 ong M71S
Up tlm Kalians hell ltori.ll 1 lj;lit
Demoi rats and Muitin,
"Washington, Nov 1 5 (Special.) "Tho
light seems to have imirovved down to
two Senator Ingnlls mid Mr, llurton,"
eald Kepiisentative Long to-duy In
speaking of the succession of Senator
Pelfer. "Mr. Hut ton," ho added, "Is n
bticcessful lawyer nnd splendid poli
tician. He has been twice u. candidate'
for congress und came within ouo vote
of seeming the ltcpubllcau caucus nomi
nation at tlio time when thu succe.sbor
to Senator .Mm tin was being balloted
for. Ho bus kept up lilt, oiganlzntlou
nml Is very strong In tho btate, Senator
Ingalls has lost noun of his personal
prestige but the men upon whom ho
telled In tho past for tmppott are mostly
dead or gone away. Sir. Burton luus tho
best of the light, so far as organisation
"Will tho Democrats be In the con
test'.'" "Oh, yes. Senator Slartln Is a candl
elato fur le-electlou and Is tiylng to
build up a putty of IC-to-l-tteo-colnage-of-sllver
Democrats with a Populist annex-,
lie Is being fought, however, by
the Bound money Demouiats mid tho
split In tho patty will help tlio lle
publleaus. Wo enn catry Kansas with
out any trouble unless the Demoeints
and 1'opullst.s unito solidly against us,
This fusion does not seem likely
"Tim Democratic olllco lioldets," Fiilil
Sir, Ivong, laughingly, "ato In n. stul
dilemma. Mr, Mai tin hnd most of them
appointed when ho controlled the jmt
ronage, nnd now they must decide
whether they will follow him Into tlio
silver camp or renounce him and May
with Cleveland, I should Judge they will
stay with Cleveland and that will iiuiko
JII1IUM TllUltWIVS lllltTlin.VY,
Tho "Uld ltomuu" Win SS Veara Old Ye
tvnli). Columbus, O,, Nov, 13 Judge Allen O.
Thurmun was 63 jears old to-day, On ac
count of nls recblo Health there was no
celebration of tho event. Numerous tele
grams or congratulation were received
rroin prominent men. juuga Ttiurmun wus
able to cat heartily, and btems to bo rapid
ly shaking off tile effects of his recent In
Jury. The Thin man Club, which 1ms vis.
Ited tho old llomun tegularly on his birth
day for miiuy years, tent a itoial pieco und
rebolutlous legrettlug that his lecent uf
illetlou would not penult the membcrH of
the t lull patlnir thvlr respects in person.
The club extended its heartfelt sympathy
In his atfllitlon, und exiuvssed hopes for
his spoedy iccovety. Judge Thurmau wus
much nffected when ho received the Kind
remembrance of the club.
Jf jou're In search of good clothing we
can help vou: If It's Just clothing sou want.
aim juu uoirt care wneiner us 01 lenuuio
quality or not, vou won't be lutetested In
The Moilel's bulletin tm iiaco G of thin na
per. Tliere's so much poor stuff masquer
ading under the namu of eiothlng thut tho
nlibltn ithnulil rnrnfiilli' untph eiiurjiiteri.
and we uho 11 utroni unu with uveiv sals
Fairest Females witli Faultiest Features Full Fledirecl
in I7ancy Frocks and Fantastic Sleeves, Float like Fai
ries amid the Foliage and Flowers where Firearms
Formerly stood. Old Armory Hall is filled with Fra
grance and the Grand Chrysanthemum Show goes on.
Another Flower Show Full of Finest French Fabriquos
and Trimmed Hals to suit the Frolics of any Feminine
Fancy in elegant Chenille with Flowing Feathers and
Flayed Rhinestone at $7.50 and $9.00, the quality
they ask you $15.00 for anywhere else; the elegant
silk velvets, handsomely trimmed, at S5.75 ami S6 50.
You would guess them at $10 00 and you would hit the
price other places sell them. Our fine Felts with os
trich plumes, ornaments and cashmere ribbon at S 50,
$3. 75 and $2 9S, just what you have been paying $5 00
to $7,00 for. Sailors? well, yes. Five-new cases bell
crown and Lillian Russells at 75c and oSc, also plenty
of the .toe and Si. 2; grades. Tain O'Shanters clown
to 25c, better at 49c, 75c
with lilinc floot
A DUEL AT FORT LEE.
Two Wrll Knnnn iw Vorlt Men -rttleii
lllrfcrt nen Aeiurdlng to the CodnM
New York, Nov. 13 Tho Journal this
morning s.is that Warren ltatellffe Mc
Veigh and Paul Tupper Wilkes fought a
duel with revolvers at short, distance nt
the Palisades at Vort Lee. They were sec
onded by ltobert H.itcllffe Owens nnd
Prank llutlor. Uotli men wero wounded
The four men eiigsgcd in the nffalr of
honor aro well known locally, while three
of them enjoy reputations that might bo
almost called national. McVeigh Is a news
paper man, a writer of short stories and a
landing member of the Southern Society.
Wilkes Is famous throughout the West as
the slaver of George Shepird, one of the
Ieadeis of the lllel rebellion, and his sec
ond, Prank Ifutlei, is a lecturer of consid
erable renown, a son of the late Colon 1
George Hutlir, t'nlted States consul to
Kgypt undit President Giant, nml of Ito-e
Kvtingi, the actres. Wilkes Is a sou of
e-Judee William A Wilkes, of South Da
kiito, and a lineal defendant of John
The Jourml i-njs that the wounds re
ceived bv the two contestants wire not
serious. The tiring of all the euitridgis
nnd not the actual Injuries received ter
minated the dtil ai cording to uuajige
ments made nt the stait.
Prlnclpils and seconds when seen lust
evening admitted all the f.u ts, nifnalng
only to divulge the original cauio of
A PROMINENT FIREBUG.
An Kx-Collgrnnsmiin Under Arrest In Now
ork for Setting lire to Sim ml lllllld-
Ings I'oiaiblv liisune.
Amsterdam, N. Y Nov. 13. Edward
Wemple, ex-s-tate senator, ex-congrcsm in
and ex-state comptroller, was arrested at
his homo In Kultonvllle to-day on the
ohavge of attempting to set the to Oin
house of Hubeit H Fonda there Novtmlwr
10 A basket tilled with shuvinrs, -itu-rated
with keiosene oil, was placed npalnst
n utir door nnd tit on 111 n, but the blne
was pMingulshPd in time to save the build
ing. Wemple Is also charged with having set
lire to the W mple foundry, which was
burned a month ago, and with causing
other Incendiarj ilris at PulumvUle He
rpent a fortune In politics and eontraettd
habile which led to his dovvufiill lie took
tr'Mtmint for dlpsom.inl i. but filled to
derive benntlt fiom it Ills fi Inula claim
that his slmmjv m tlons aio duo to his
being menially uiiiiiuuceti
TILLOTSON WANTS DAMAGES.
Kx-Clty Attorney of lopoUu Sup 31. (.
.Vl.iuley, of 1. iivr-nir, fur -.", 000
lor Ills Kereut Arnrtt.
Lawienee, Kas , Nov. 13 (Spiclal) 1)
(' Tillotsou, loimerlj (Its attoimv ot To
peku, lms broucht suit in the dlstrh t ourt
of Douglas county ,igalnt St. G Manle,
a well known citizen of this clt), for dam
ages to tho amount of !.".(). He cliims
he was damaged to this extent by reuxou
of an an est inusud by Slnnley charging
him with eilnilnal lib. 1 The easi grew
out of a HUlt tried In t.awieuie. In which
tho city of Tupika was d fin lint, and on
which Mr SItinle .it as a Jmoi Mr Tll
lotson made statements r.lleiting on Sir
Stanley In his . ipulty us n Juroi, and for
this Slnnley hnd Tillotsou urrertol it Is
foi this arrest that Sir, Tillotson now
A MORAL MONSTROSITY.
Murderer of I'.ildlo llUtnn 1)ch Not Kr-
nlUn thu l.iioruilt of 111 Crime
Hud No KegretH.
Topeka, Kas. Nov. 13. (Special.) County
Attorney Sullord has lieeii to Lansing,
where he Interviewed David Coulur, who
Is being kept In the penltentlniy for feir
a Topeka crowd will lynch him. Coulter
Is the man who shot nnd killed tho Illstou
boy to obtain a team of cheap horses
about a mouth ago.
Sir. Haffoul b.ijs Coulter Is a moral
monstrosity, who would shoot a nnn Just
to seo if n bullet would go tluough tils
head Ho has no regret for his crime,
nnd does not sctm to bti able to realize
that he lues done nnv thing out of the ordinary.
Has to depend largely on the character of the house
when buying goods.
Browning, King & Co, have established a reputation for
Fine Clothing al EMerate Prices.
Our offerings of MEN'S SUITS at
$10.00, $12.00, $l.0
Are worthy the attention of economical buyers.
Money back if you want it.
BROWNING, KING & GO.
MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS,
HOI AND 1103 MAIN AND II ELEVENTH STREETS,
and 9SC. Our new store
Cull Nulled for tho liflrriith niiii it on-
voiillou, V lilt ll Is to tie II, lit III Vltld-
Uon ,s,uitrn (. ird. o
lndlannpolls, Ind., Nov. 13 President rc
Hrlde, of tho American Fid-ration of I,i
bor, hu.s sent out a call for tho llfteenth
annual convention of tho fedeiatlon, wlileh:
will bo held In Madison Ripiutu garden.
New York, beginning December !) The bi
sls of representation In the ((invention will
be: Prom national or International unions
of less thim 4,000, one Ut legato,
of nm or more, two deligites; S.iW or
more, three delegates; in 10 or more, four
deli g ties Ji.tvo or more, live delegates,
trom nidi local or dlsttkt tindii oigiu
latlon or federated IkmIv, not couuttil with
oi having a national nr lniiiiiatloii.il he id
alllll.itnl vvltli the fedeiutlon one delegate.
I'resldent Meftrlile and ''lltur Mot'iuith
?iy the eonventton will be the largest the
orgniilritlou ever held.
PiesliUnt Mcltrlde N writing his annual
nddiiM, and Secretniy Slifnllh is en
raged on his ii port. This will show that
the older has bun under a llnanrlitl strain
during the Inst j ear on nxomil of the
inuiij appropriations made by the Dinver
convention illiero 1ms been consldeiable
monej ixpended in attempting to secure a
pirdou for two of tho HompHtend llotirs
wiho ure t-till in pilson. Tin appropriation
for 13uiroii" V Debs has- 1 pn paid. There
ai In the lepoit numeroiM Items that foot
up a conldi lablo total. The ipport wilt
shvvi tint the ledei.itlon has giovvn In
numbers and lnlltK nee during the jcar
The oIIU'pi-m of the feder itlon have, with
the assistance ot an attorney of national
promincnie. whoso name Is withheld, pre
p.u.d a bill for prest ntntlon to congics
prohibiting the assessment of a tine for
contempt in ciu-es already covered by
Theie will be two delegates from the Hn
gllsh lnlKii congte-i to the convention
Messis Cwis and Mawdsloy One of the
Intel estlng quesilons tlmt will bo consid
ered will be how to enforco tho eight hour
day Slay 1 ne.r
NEW HAWAIIAN MINISTER.
A. I nutch, Thurston's Hiwceiior, Yrrltrt
In San PruuclMo on 111 M:i to
Sm Francisco, Nov. 13 The Occidental
nnd Oriental steamship Coptic atrlvid li-t
night from the Orient and Hawaii Among
htr pnsst ngers was . T. Hntch, late min
ister of foielgn nlTUiH of Hawaii, recently
appointed Hawaiian minister to the United
Stat, s to Huctettl Sllnlster Tliuiston,
Thu Coptic was a recent caller at the
pcuts that (luai.intluu olllc lair call Infectel
und Sli Hatch and the other p.iseugcis
weie compelled to rtiuiln alniuid the, ship.
'Which found an am borage way out neir
tlio fuit tii.ulps Wilder, the Hawaiian
consul genual, vv,nt olf on the Huule) to
mist his 1 ito chief, and thu two had a long
consultation, the consul n maintng on
bo mil nil night
elr Hatch did not have much to repoit.
All of tho onIIis, with a f.-w ex, eptlons,
have bet n paitloiied, and many ot tlwm
uit returning it tin country. lale miiiiiis
bilnslng sevn.il l'x-Qiiten Llllouk iluul
1i.ih been 111, but h"i sleMiiph w is not se
rious The choleia has disappeurcd, but
creeks have bt,n vvulled up to btop over
flowing and Mv.imps have been fleam d
liicstiiiHg wus bell dcpiiH-ctd bs the chol
era, but with the limoval of the Miiaiantine
embargoes, it win. improving. The Muni
tion us to tlio government is said to he
JAIL BREAKER ARRESTED.
.lames Mil Hold, Wanted nt Hold 11, Mo.,
unci In I.ulititln Counts, Ivui,., In dull
at ArkuiiK nt tits
Arkansas Cits, Kis, Nov. 13. (Special )
The pollee this morning at rested James
SlatloUl, wanted at llolden, Mo nnd also
111 Labette county, K is., for Jill hte.iklng.
Mas Held came heie about a ucuk ago
as agfnt for a short older butter making
machine. Ho did a su eesstul business for
awhile, but took to drinking and hi mi
nus ed somo 1 1 lends that they hid hilll ar
rested and put in the Jill to sober up
In the meantime the olllcuiu made In
quirleb about him. ind limned, If all re
ports aro title, Unit thos' hnd caged rather
a noted tilmlnil Tlies say that th. re is
about tvw in unaris offctid for hiui, and
the uifurm.iti jn tl t v Iiiivp received Is to
th 1 Ifeet that he ived live vcars In the
.Vllnnesuta peniunMuiv foi killing a man,
but that ll, shin 111 d his turn by goud
heh ivior While heie ho went nuclei the
alias of Williams
ADDItl SSI s IIIK KNKIIIIS (If t.AIIOIt
COM LSI ION A f WAVIIIMI ION,
PLAN FOR A BANK NOTE BOYCOTT
s.ws i.Aiioit is iti;i w r.it.v 1111: ni: 11,
ami 1 111: mill1 si;a.
Ctinillcl llttw.'cn Working People mid
llolilern of Idle W. it 1 1 ! III. It ilito-lli 11
ernl I orenuiu ItMiop spt ults In the
s imn Htrulu W tirk of tl.o t nu
ll titlnti . sterility.
WtmliltiRtort, Nov. 13 The matters of
rhlef public Interest In the meeting of tlw
ICnllrtitH of Lnbor to-dnv weie the' luklrrss
! ot (Iptieinl Munlrr Workiiiun Sovereign
nnd Oeuernl Woilhy Por'-ian Michael J,
lllshop. Slueh of Mr Sovt reign's nddris
wns tlevoted to tho nlleged treiiiherj of
tliosv who hemlcd the itve.lt 11 mil net the
generil olllcers of the order during the
past j phi. He reviewed what tie termed
their "devilish treuehnrv," and their ef
forts to "disrupt the older." Un rlnltnnd
that thev had t sluttisted nil their inivvcr
mnllgiiitig the genetnt olllcers through the
columns of the ptess and dlcouiiiglng the
lov.il nml conllcllng iiirmliers through H'
cirt ngtncles Tin v 'had publicly bonstid
Hint C", on) tm inliera had Jolli l their revolt
Ho cxplilnrd the methods w lilt h had
1et 11 used to weeil out the dlstrlx't nsrom
lille'i, and pnld the assembly for the first
time plesptitril to the world a solid nnd
unbroken front, battling for the bi other
hood of m m and the freedom of labor
from the thralltlom of greed. "Ipibor Is
now hit ween tht) devil anil the tlttp pea,"
ho continued "Capital has 1110110110117111
the elements of pio liictlon, and hilmr Is In
competition with Itself for the right to
"Money oligarchy Is fust willing out the
last VI stive of Indlvldiliil libel ts". Con
stittctlon by Judlt lal nuthorltv is nlrendv
given to law, placing nil hilwr organizations
In the entegory ot crlmln tl conspiracies.
Misdemeanors of the most trivial ch'irneter
have been ra-'sed to felonv without snno
tlon of law nnd ued to imprison repie
Mtitatlwa of labor organization, uud in
junctions', followed bv charges of con
tempt, have bet n used to condemn labor
leaders to the felon's cell without ev lib lice
of guilt or trill bv Jury 'Ihe iiocl iteil
bulks hive declared war on the monev of
tho people, and the. whole plutocr itlc fni-terntts-
has Invaded the lenlm of free gov
Lrninint mid constitutional sieiults."
I lie lluulc Note Itin, ott.
He made some Miggos tlons as to the
in. tliodH or strengthening the oid.r, hut
th principal teiitutc of the n'lltcs wis
his nppenl to the Minial nst inblj to give
to Ma recent oid.r boveotting niitlomil
btnk notes- Its olll lit I simMlon. He ele
nounctsl tin, m tlon of the bnnki rV conven
tion hold at All 1 ti tit and said "Aft. r
nuefiillv ic viewing the' wncl. tn.l lulu
w 1 ought bv the monev power and the tle
Mgiis of the souiiil mone 1 bibs, vshleh
propose hand ami Outline guns for a so
lution of tlm l.iboi rnipstfon I issued a
bovtott on the notes of n ttlotml b inks uud
If I weie to ille to-mnrjavv 1 woul 1 'liel.ue
It the most righteous act of inv life
"It exposed the unso'ind monev of the
found mnnoy ndvocnte". threw )lutoricv
on the defensive and foi eed the national
binktt Into .1 humiliating conttsslon of their
pieposteious nets of bad faith with the
people; ninl now I urge this genenl as
sembly to lndoise that bovcott and give It
evtuy possible foieo of olliclnl sanction
The conlllct between the working people
nml the idle holt-rs of Idle ciplt.il Is lmv-I-
il.lt- The vveilth of tin m inv ts griv I
fitliig to tilt few with Inc it using 1 itlo and
lilui Is iliiriiug tow. nils Attflom faster
than ever bt t ue "
loieiutill Itisliop's Viltlress.
The addiesH of Citn-ri! Woltliv Poremin
lllshop ni-o de ult with the at tin It made
upon tin- Knights of Lilior I,,- the nnoltln,
members, but lontiltis llltle of genei-al lin
poitvnce bevond an ttppeil foi stronger 1 1
bor orgTIilzatlons beciURe of the "iibncnmsl
ptogiesci male by concentialtsl vveilth an I
the tut thit It Is const intlj moie llrinlv
entrtn lilng Itstlf behind bartlerh width
even 'lis become moie dltlltUlt to ovet
thniw." He r ill, el attention to tho evolution of
mm hliiQrv tluiing the lust few sears ami
the cllmlnnt'cm of hum in skill from all
forms of procluitivc- IndiiMrlt-
'"lids hits gone on," he ild, "until tho
tvpogiuphlcnl e-niiino'ltoi the clgiimiker
the loeomotlve enulnee 1 the shlupel vvoikti
In wootl, and other 1 rafthinen hitherto 1 011
M(end mtv from the gone! il danger, have
this j ear seen the Until quietus of Ihetr
hope1. jn (,u ueni fuluie '. niiiiiuiii liborer'
will be a fitting unlveiMil appill.iti .11 "
A gootl portion of the dns's i-e-'ulim wis
consumed In the repoit of the committee
on rie letitlnls. which was llmillv ailopted.
It ailmltteil all the elelegntes. Inc lulling the
six from ceitulu New York nnd other as
semblies, about Which there had been dls
cusHlnii, 11ml whose admission to the as
sembly depended on thu lenllng and en
forcement ef a law pised at the lust con
vention at New Oil. ant-.
The following committees weie appointed:
tin the- Mite of th, order C Hums. Nt vv
Yolk; J. C. Mc n lie vs, New York W 11
Simmons Wnshluctan J Nolan, Indiana;
siucusi iTit'iit'i i) if u nt i.'juis
On aniie.ils intl gi lev inc es Andrew 11.
Pest, Hrooklsn, Clint les lieelitol I Slls.
soiiri: M. T .ludse, Alubiima, Mm tin t
Se agers, Illinois; L'dwatd J, Plaiilgau, Ida-
On login! itlon Horace J I'aik, New
York; William L ltiowerF New Yoik; W
S V.indeibuig I'm tl mil Ore, 1 M inning,
('lev el mil, T S Foibes, CJitenvllIe, N. .
Illllllll piiteiiietl to lit, W hipped,
Aidmoie J T, Nov 13 (Special) Jim
Louileimllk un lute iimuiled cnu.n of thu
nation wis aiistnl an I trleel befon lu
illull JuiLo H P Kemp at TiMiommgo .m
le 1 lav cbnigel with stealiui, u stn-i He -lug
toiind guilts In was s 111 need l,v
Judge Kemp to icrelve thirls niun lashi .s
Hear of ans thing better?
10O Hngiaved VUltlng Cards from Plate,
100 Hngravcd Visiting Cuds With Plate,
And produced by us, the only Jewelry and
Pine Stationery House In the cits-, 13X13
CUTINO ITS OWN WOUK, thus assuring
COItHi:CT 1'OIIM and
on Ihe lire lurk, Prldnv Ills nltornevs
at v 1 Ii, le to Mlnht to Institute hniwii
1 ill Us 1,, irsllngn wi Ii will be ntKin I
l.fe.l, ,lll,g, KlhlOr. liltleitloW, with ll
view to having hint tele Ie-i1
WANTS THEM ALL HANGED,
notion CI, rgs niun t rgps tituernor Mor
rill III t I I till' I 11X1 I lllce lis ( DIIMie
Willi Muni. rtr.
Topeka, Kit, Nov 11 Cptft-lnl 1 Slim
the pulilli utloti 01 the rciiuet made b
Juelgp 11mllv1rt nnd "") citlnen of P. I
wuMs louutv for the linnglnif nf Mnvor
Miiiph's inuiiltrern, riovcrnor .Mori III hn
r.s-elved n. number of tettits, some urging
him lo Issue the ncsessnrv vvarrntit nnd oth
ers plenellng for the life of tin- convict, el
iitwi. Thlii moinlng a. letter arrival ft un
n. 1 ti ton clPtgj-mun, which rendst a fol
lowio: No. ) llowtloln Street. ltoton Mni"i .
November ", 1W
Iwir Oovernor Mnnv- Initio nnd prny
tlmt ou will bt the law- take Its course,
and have nil the tnurdprers r ec uted in -oonllhg
to the law of all the 1'nlted States
nnd nil other rlvillxcd nml Christian coun
tries Almighty God telln us In the New Testa
ment thut "hoover ihedele th manV blotKl.
bs tniui Mmll Ids I.IoihI he shed," nml
ChrIM, Aliulghts, our savior, onllrms this
bs' stating pnrth iilnilv nml empluitlcalls
that He ciiuit, not lo do nwny with the lw.
but to fulllll it; so that while He wives the
gulltv uuli of nil true reMiitant bdlevci-.,
he still Intends lit- law to be csnled out
nnd eectileel to the veis- letter, amen!
Ami capital iiiiiiI-Iiuh nt Is Inteti'leil, not
onlv- to punish 1 1 linltiii 1m. but also and cs
pdlallj to eleter othi i-h from crime.
Olllclrtls who full to execute tlod's laws
suielv lebel iig.ilnst Jehovah! TltPte Is no
place, nor mom, nor occuMon for slllv,
womiiiilv sentlmint here. Youis since it-lj,
imr, siLLiviAiN iLAdnn.v
A GOVERNOR IN A ROW,
Kentlle lij'i. ( III. f .Vtilglttiul.- Iteieuts lilt
lliere-e 'I lilt lie Mitl Not Vole Ilia
Dentin tulle 1 ie llct.
Cincinnati. O. Nov 11 The Commercial
Gn7otte's spoiltl fiom Pi.inkfort, Ks ,
s.ivs. An 1 uiountei In the state house hist
night came mat it suiting In bloodsht d It
w is kept unlet till tu-iluv A gentb mini
asked William 11 New hull, cleik In the
auditor of spite's oilh c. to 010ns the hull
and Intioduce him lo Governor lliown. Sir.
New hall suld he- did not spuik to the- gov -einoi,
nml chitigid his eMolIency with de
feating lilt1 l)t mot nils He said ho bcllevid
the governor himself annulled the ticket.
IM Olelcli, nsstant . it.-tuy of state.
In mil the lemirki lie went dln-ctlv to
tin- governor and told him the charge
Xi nil. ill lute nwielc- I Inv ct nor lit own was
ver niigiv, und went In hnste ncross tin
hill to the nudltnr'K ollle '- utiel nsKed N'tw
h ill If In- had iiiude the chmgi Vli New
li lit re plli il he had, ami said he would
sweiu 1 hut h would not believe the gov -emeu
hud voted 11 stt light tie ket utile sh ho
t ould see thee ballot thut was cast Gov
ernor Drown evas furious nml it plied In
strong language that It was an luf minus
lie It Is suld roiuhnll tbew b ick his c me
lo sulk,, iite.l 1 t.i (.runt Ittovitt le.iclleHl
I Ii ic k as If to iret a 1 ev olv , 1
Ntwlinll siiel "1011 me 111 moil.
Govt mor itiowu lid "I am not "
Hi re mends Intel ft ii el.
A KANSAS MAiTS HARD LUCK.
let n Dlvortn l !o bv lie fuiilt ituil
s.tiulglitw iv Ills I orint r V ifo lu-
Topeka, Kas. Nnv 13 -(Spot 111) A dis
patch fiom ink I'uk. Ill which itiutiH
tint Mis Juki dt l.ille lliiilock has been
left a fortune of $jn,f In i.ish lev the
death of an uncle in Alahimi. ulso 111:11 ks
an ee(tdlnglv haul stteik of link whlih
has smitten a former Kum-us man
Piofest-oi Hiillnck Is well n nit inlieied In
Kniisis ns a uut lit r In the public schools.
Por a long time he was locate el at Newton
About llvo seals ago hu vient to the Indian
Terrilots-, whcie he engaged in Fchool
work, being last located at Oklahoma City
'Iluce mouths ago Mis. Hnlloik seemed
a divorce, fiom hei hush mil on the gioutid
of nliiiiilcinincnt and failure to suppott.
alleging that for the hist live years-he hud
suit her les- thin j"0 He let the dlvon c
go bv il. fiult und two months 140 took a
st unit noni New nile 101 Coin vv In '
il IS Sllil In- lollud till lisuig.lit. If III
Ills i ipi 1 1I1 Mb .11 the limits uf the
.spunl 11 Is I" u tlmibt live- to misi tin
tolls whlih le I him to eiesiii Ills wile at
tin vers mono nt the latts wen w 01 king
to make' hi 1 an lu-lnsi
HAS BURNED ITSELF OUT.
Itln7t In lloi'eni 111 I iiiiiitil, on the Northern
I'm llli, W hit b llns IIpi 11 Itiiglng
Mile Weil.s, I tlllg.li-htll.
Livingston, Mont, Nov. 13 The fire In
l!oz.e man limuil. whlth luu. been raging
turlousls foi the just nine weeks, h,ut at
last Inn lied it -1 If out. The tutiii, I Is now
ttbout clem of smoke and deadly gusts,
ami nothing much but steam Is at jin-scnt
Issuing fiom el t lur end
A fort)' of men has been put to woik,
ami as -oon as the. tunnel 1 ools sufllcleutly
the task of ili lining It will bo communed,
'J In- Un hies ciiusMl sevnal vcrj bud caves
uinl thousands of Ions ot rot k have fallen
on the truck This obstnntton will be re
moved us list .is ji issible, und ieniieiiury
timbering will Ii put In. It Is i- e ted
thiw woik will take- two months 01 tnoie.
but 11s soon as It Is le.mplttod tialns will
be run thiough the inountuin again
Tho Noitheni Pin lilt. It Is stated, has
th eldeel lo lino ami inch (ho entire- tunnel
with solid bil.lt masimrs. Iu progress,
however, will not liitntiiv with the use
ot tho tunnel.
In Mnrly (oiiutliiK lo Und ,,1,(111? Votes
Sloin 'I I. ,11 Humility foi Chief
ililstlt e of Utilities,
Topeka, K'ns, Nov. 1". (Sjietlal ) Olllclnl
returns have bee 11 comjilletj fiom nlnet)'
counties of the 105, ami the total vote oil
chief Justine stands as follows Slaitiu,
P ?,., H11IIII15, ,B""S. M.u tin's mujorlts,
7Jos.'. Tin- llftien eouutUs fiom whlih re
turns have nut been received are small
ones foi the cu iter pirt, nml will nut add
11101 o than loon) to .Mill tin's vote ot- 3,01X1
to Holllduv s,
or all 1 ho counties reporting, Ponlphan
1 Hill- th.. i' juililli in imiiiii 1- so tur as
tile vote- OH 1 ! ll f Jllslue s e once Intel The
Vote tilt 1 u Slued 1 J!t, In) St tl till lo W tor
llollidas, v, lil. Ii is a liicln i ptr nut m
lav or of ,M. ii tin Ihun even his own eouiits'
All lilson. have liouiliin Is th, eeiiiiitv
over whose lolltlelll ii -iini. s I in )e Csum
Lelanel l oupu-, l lo pi,-id-
DUE TO ELECTION RESULTS.
I tin iilniUit. trill World" llcpoi'ls n Moro
( lieerfeel und -iroiigrr lone In
thu Iron Vlurl.il,
Chicago, Nov. U -The In.Iintilil Worlel
will to-moiiivv sas 'The lion maikit
lontllltleb tjlilit Ullel ce neiulls ste.ltly for p g
niotnl, but as the .ie muiicl for eau Is at live,
the lucjulrs lor mintilnctured iron ami
steels U well maintained I'ontiai'ts for
at least "K) cats weie jdacid lu.t wcik
and oideu for 3,ii) tails this week, to
bo got out as Eoon i possible The lion,
aes, springs', mall, ibles etc, rixpilieil
to build ami etjuip i)u amount of rolling
sUK'l; will ngriiiMit i In i tonnage for
(pilck dellvelS". 'i !. le eiit ilet tiou lisulls
have Impanel u more lie mil and ktiong
er tone to the- lion n.tikit t,eiiiialls."
THE LEAVENWORTH STRIKE,
I'lglition Men W nut to Work In Hie Home
Minn Scott iii us Itinera llavo n
(iooil I) du- 1 roiu Iowa.
Leaveuwoith, Kus , Nov. U (Sj)eelul )
Theio was no ihunge in tho coal mliieaV
situation to-dns A s'tuael of jnillce was on
hand lhl morning at the llomu mine to
give jirottctlon to the mlneis who wished
to go to woik at TO cents per ton, uud
eighteen mon went down In the shaft.
This utte-ruoou Gus Pearson, itjuesentlng
the Iowa lllot k Coal Comjean of Slsstie,
la, nrilvid Iu Leavenworth to procure
miners for Hut place, and offered Jt per
ton to thu mlneis, with a promise ot steady
work. He claims to have a. three-foot vein
of co.il. He proposes to take both white
and IiI.lpIc miner. It la salt! a. numtcp at
Liatfu ulU t iiuru U uwt. iUi ttim.
; TiAMty,35itf5l,0 ivatr6.
Ks;s(sCITV, Mo, Nov 11 .r
Tn-rfcvi tee imt'i or tht ucilVr f.i
Tb'rmomrHr i'!nlct Mlntmum, l
Bcjrinc; here to-morrow,
when 200 pain; of
nttsf.'. Chll.lt oil's jci,no(,
nml InfaiiLs' -1011065
Will be offered at a dis
count of 25, 33 and 50 per
cent from regular prices.
For instance: Missus' regu
lar $2.50 shoes will be sold
for $i..jS; child's regu
lar $1.50 shoes will be sold
for 98c, and regular St. 25
kinds for Hoe; infants' reg
ular i shoes will go at 65c.
These shoes just landed
in our house a fewdaysago
and are absolutely new.
There is a regular assort
incut oi sizes, so you may
have no fear of being un
able to get the correct size
for your child.
A certain manufacturer
of the East had these shoes
thrown back on his hands
by merchants unable lo pay
cash for them. Rather than
take time selling them by
sample, he closed the en
tire lot out to us at 25 per
cent, 33 per cent and 50 per
cent below his regular
These shoes go on sale
to-morrow morning bright
and early and if your
child needs a new pair of
shoes there'll not be a bet
ter time to get them than
when this exceptional sale
is in progress.
Hisses', Children'.-; jej,
and Infants.' -rMlOeS
At 25 per cent, 33
per cent and 511 per cent off.
BVI1I1GMI, Jtlllllll', KMBItt .t CO.
NEW MORMON COLLEGE.
'Ihe Litter t) iv Sibils I ild the Cornpr
ittoito of their I iiic.ii t, Iu , Insti
tution 1 , fttt-rd.is.
Lamoitl, la , N'm I.! The LitUr Day
Saints laid tin- col 11011 stone- of their 1, 1
legu to-iht. lilshop 13. L Kilh wis,
master uf cire-monlis. Hide r .1 isejm
Smith maele ti comprehensive- ndluss
setting fciith the ubjfs t of the Institu
tion, deelui Ing It tej be lor gene t il t- lei i
tlonul jiurposcs) and stikllv n 1 se
tin Inn In cliuiacler. Ho w is lull, vv 1 l.j
Hon ', II. iliuloy, of tin- I vv,i I c, s
lature, nnd otheis The ntteinl inoe vv c-,
Iitlge, though mainly c-omjMSi I ,f i
IikhiI otimmunlts The csuneist' tic . .
tnlued cojilts of the leading inivspiiieis
and the Lntlcr Day .s.ilnis uvisi i
lllble. the Iteieik of Mo minis Tin svl
lege Ik a bentltiftll stlllc-turt, lo. at I on
a sightly elevation
tiii:m:w i;i:i oittt iohy mitrcioi:.
Ho Is a I'ltpullHt, IU111 lliuuli John VV ,
1 lrtil.lt lit tut I Oocsu't Iviitivr lllin,
Topeka, ICus , Nov 1 '. -(Spiv Inl i Last
1'rldnj. when Govtrnoi -M.u till uppiiitcd
Wllllum J Llngcnf. It.r, of WelllM-" 1
member of tin bond of miuugeis fm tho
Hutehltisin iifoiinatory, the l'opull ts at
the state house, liu-lu ling e lialtnian Hr ed
rntluil and Se-erotars emple, of tho s ato
iciitral couimlttt e, set up a gieit cleinor
nboiit the ,i jiolntinent, claiming t at t'e-s'
had never he ml of him, didn't b Ine h.i
was a Pojmllst, and mure ol (hit sort of
thing Mt Lingenf.lt, i has Ineti a m tu
ber of both houses of the Knns is leg sla
ttlie He was u member of Un s mite,
ill lil, illlel llltlie 111,11 Ol lilt' noose .min
ing the Itepublle. in pirtv before , iihei Mr
Jtlleelinth.il eer Mr denude hnd even
dienmed of Populism. Ho was reiom-int-iitled
to the jovirnor b lib ihturmaii
of the Populist ttiitnl .ommliu- eef Sum.
ller counts, und bad Imlolsemc tits from
other juoinliK nt Pojiullstr '1 lie 1 iw ie
tnilre.s the iippointmi-nt of a Poules.t to
this pi ice. but It eloc -n't sas luis'uing
nlmut picking him from John Hile-elonlhars
lie-st ot politic luus,
jtf.V. W. J. CAItfl.MIlK OS I 111 A I,.
A I'ominll it Sov id i Inv, Htlgiitlug tlio
. Iimiiti of liuiiiorulltj.
Nevndl, Mo., Nuv. U (Special) Tho
cninudttie njijioiuttd to tis Hev W J,
Catjicnttr. pastor of the I'enten.uy M 13,
chute-h, of this cits, foi alleged iiniuor illt,
met here to-day It consists nf Pr-siling
HlJer C tl. ItrigsH. of lioonvllle. Itev W,
T. .MiClure, of Kalis is Cits, ami Itev Clc-n-ny
of Cllnlui Mr. Cupentei has Itev,
Vlr Alton, of riedalla, lure as his counsel,
It is annoiinci 1 lb it the tuul will probably
coiisiimt the tlm- until the end of the
we el;. .Mm h Int. r -t is manifested iu the
HUl by church people
i:-sl..NA10K SI'IIIIMlll I.S.IUISK.D.
I ,11 Ag.iluat .. rrnjcitliig Hod on il Colum
bia ISIvir llo.it.
Tacoma Wash.. Nov, 11 While crossing
the Columbia rivr In a tiansfejr boat, ei.
Pnltod State a Seintor John C, Spooner, ot
Wisconsin, fe-Il from a car stej, his ab
domen sti Iking a projecting rod. Ho
uulTeted gnat pain and some ftured ho
was Injuied luteiually, A surgeton was in
waiting heie, and un the arrival of the
tiulu he cMinlncd the lujuted man. Tho
lujuiy Is not nuessattly serious, but Sena
tor Hpooiu'r will be coinpilled to remain
(juiet for sovural duss.
Mrs. I I), llopklui, ot s,oelulln, Head.
Sedalia. SIo., Nov. 13. (Special ) Mrs. Jt.
D, Hopkins, wife ot the superintendent o(
tho .Missouri Pacltlu, died at G o'clock this
evening in the St. Louis sanitarium, where
on Monvluy bhe hod an upcrution performedi
Salaried men and -w onion can open a
bank account with the United States Trust
Company In the N. Y. Life building. Money
can bs deposited, subject to check, und u.
small rate of interest will be allowed on
balances Capital. SJ3!),000. JuvvtU-d lrt
4ICHH1 CMUSeb IIVCmhI