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THH ICAXSAR CITY JOURNAL, FJITDAY, DRCEMW.IIO. IflDo
ONLY REPUBLICANS WANTED
3I.INV UltAMlCS IN 'I III: tllV.S CIl.V
lit.vt. lo.mmI t n;i:.
Month's ltrli;ii.llttii llmtrtlly At-rriliil unit
fccnTlllt', Jijim, I'rjnr. Hum Nlim, llrrii'
ti.ui mitl l.jntli Wvtf llriiiiiil
ClurRvil Htli Worlilui; fur llm
Dclilttrtiillc I 'arty.
Jt fUpubllonn city i-rnlrnl committfe
ha tuUy drtcrmtnrct that in tho future
!inh but RplbUchf "hall 1'P t"'' on
rmarrt nl ihl (lclprmlniitlon w evl
lnctl )Mt hllrht whm m u itt'lal mrct
inn of lite commute, hrld in the rnotnt
if th Idncoln I'lub, Committr-mcti V. 1).
hcovllte, of th KifTl wnrct; K. 1.. Noyra
nnd Jump Jryor, of tlm Fifth WKrd, nml
W. II. Hawklttx, J. J). Hrrtinnn and J.
Lynch, of tho mth ward, weie cttUH
mid liy hMtolullon wrfo dtclnird to l no
lonfror ellalhln to tncmovmnip in a Itpimb
The rrolutton wai couched In the plain
est and moKt unmlfttnfcable latmungp and
Orclaml thul the member! of tli- lommit-t-e
named had In the mM workfd In Hip
liitrrmti of thr- Democratic tmit mil
imamm th Inlcrt-nta of tho j'iniblicn
ThPte waa a lara attpndancr of tho
commuter inrmbot and the vote t wtili-h
tho tt-aolutlon was adopted wan ir-tic-nlly
a iiimni tubus om-, tnotmh v. i. 8io
Wlle, ono of the expelled member, nnd
1. II, Itnrcnco ftnrt C. A. .Mann, of tho
Third ward, decllneil to ote on the propo
fltlon. Thirty votes were taut for tho
i solution and not one nealiiftt It.
Tho committee wan railed to order nt
7 30 o'clock by chairman Wnllnee I.0V0.
The llrat hualnen trnmartcd wna the adop
tion Of the following reuolulton in regnid
til Ihw .loath nf "Klnir" WlllllLlllS. for 111IU1V
ears a member ot tno committee worn ino
Wheren. Death him removed nn lion
ore tiieinnci or linn com in life in tnc tier
Fon of Henry S'lllliim.. therefore.
'Itefolvod. That wo reeoanlxe III Henry
William, a man of auliMantlal tmrlt. tine
and upright In all tliu relations of lite, and
u wood and patrlotli; oltbtt-n;
lteolvml further, That Ihl ri xuIMIon lie
spread upon the leroitl of (he committee,"
I'halnnnn l.ove toted that the wt luix
lncs uould ! tlm election of a iiroe!r
to Henry William and "ti motion uf
l.ewl Touipkln. William Spcii or, a iuiik
colored li-uder of the l-Trst ward, v.us i lect
od to (III the vacancy.
Secretary Curry then rend n communica
tion from John Moran. member of the
committee from the Second ward, tetidir
lns his reIftnatlon. Mr. Morim' rculRim
tlon wna accepted by a unanimous vote,
the members voting In a most emphatic
Chairman Ixive then offered the followlni;
resolution, which was read by Kecrctnry
'tt'h'ereas, V. P. Scovllle, K. I,. Noyes,
James l'ryor. S. II. Hawkins, .1. P. Itren
n.in nnd J. Lynch, who have been actlni?
with this committee, have heretofore been
worklnir In the Interest of the Pemoctatlc
party and mtalnst the Interest of tlm Ite
publlcan party; therefore be It
"Hesolved. Hy this committee, In recular
resslon assembled, that W. P. rioovllle, E.
r. Vm'M W II llawkln. James l'ryor. J.
Xi. Ilrnnan and J. Lynch be and hereby
are declared no longer ellBlble to member
ship In this committee, and that their
places are hereby declared vacant In this
As soon as the i evolution was read, A.
N. Church, of tho Third ward, moved lta
adoption. W D. Scovllle asked that the
roll be called, so thnt the vote of each mem
ber mlKht no on record. Chnlrninn I.ovc
assured him that he should have a rec
ord of the vote. J. P. llrennnn entered Just
after the reading of the resolution and
asked that It mlKht be read aRaln, as he
did not understand It. When the resolution
had nirain been rend, Mr. llrennan spoke In
bit own defense, rieelarlUK that he had nl
vv ays been a Hepubllcan and could not be
read out of the party. He declared that ho
had never voted for a Pemocrat In his
life, but had voted apalnst one Democrat
who ran on the llomibllcnn ticket In IsSI.
He said further that he could name other
members of the committee who had sup
ported, with their votes and their money,
the Democratic ticket In times past.
It. c. Crowell moved that the vote be
taken separately on each of the men named,
but the commute.- voted this down by .1
large majority, and the call of the roll on
the adoption of the rei-olutlon as a whole
w.is proceeded with. V. P. Scovllle de
clined to vote, as he was one of the inem
1k rs nanvad In the resolution. J. Ti. Law
rence and C A. Mann nlso declined to vote
on the proposition, but all tho other mem
bers of the "committee voted in the af
lirmnttve and the resolution wa declared
a bipled, after which tho committee at
When the name of James l'ryor, of the
l'tfth ward, was called, he voted "aye"
'. -"idly, and said he would also vote in the
u'flrmatlve for E. L. Koyes, his colleague
fi oirt the Fifth. i
The ofllrlnl forecast for to-day Is: For
Missouri Generally fair: warmer; southerly
winds. For Kansas Generally fair Friday
with, warmer, southerly winds,
The hltrheSt temperature yesterday was
:, degtees. and the lowest 30 deitreos. Fol
1 nvliig are last nlirht's observations;
P ! 2
STATION. v ?
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Abilene. Tex M.iS 4B .OlCIear
l.i-marck, K. P 30.02 Id; .0;Clear
aro. Ill I.S 21 .o'clear
'l"RHO. ill W) SW II .Oiriwir
Cincinnati, Ci 3D. 40 ssl .OllCloudy
Coneordla, Kas 30.12 8i .O.CIeur
Pavenport, la 30.21 K .0!CI.ir
! s Slolnes. la 30.20 21 .0 Clear
I'.ide Citv. Kas.... 3(1.20 SH .0 clear
imluth, Jllnn 30.12 It .01 Snow
Kl Iaso. Tex 30. 4 . Clear
'. ilveston, Tux sn.as M .0 I't cldy
Havre. .Mont 29.K2 SJ .0 I't eldy
J'lena, Mont 30.1H 2iii ,fl't:iear
II. iron, S. P........ 30.08 1 .a clear
Kansas City, Mo.... 30.21 30 ,0'ciear
1. itla rtock. Ark,... 30. IM M ,0'Clear
New Orleans, ?.... 30.W iti; .0 Clear
North 1'latto, Neb., 30.1S 13 .0'Clear
maha. Nob jij ij a2 .QClenr
i labonut Cit)- OT Jit.SI .Ot'Iear
".MAppellc, N.w.T. 2S.S0 12 .0 Cloudy
1 lipid City, S. P...., SI.W S ,M,Pt eldy
t. LjOUtS, Mo 30.31 21 .O.Clear
.- Paul, Minn ao.H u .o'cioudy
.-t Vincent. Minn.. :yi in 2 .o clear
t4 ilt Lake city 30.10, 30 .0 cloudy
iiinfleld. Mo :n n ai, .u Clear
The cash receipts of the ollce court yes.
t rlay uKt'rejiated J1S...
I'ha room of H. CunnlnR-ham. in tho Svea
1 del at Seventeeiuh and liollv streets,
v i.- enter.il Wednesdoy nittht by a thief.
v ho stole a purse containing J12.
The holiday festival held at the First Hi.
' '""J! 1-u'heran chuivh ltuii nlKht was a
Ided succese. It will be repeated this
i 4 lt'!lu" The uttt-ndanoo last jiljfht was
The Kansas City Cycle Hoard of Trado
! Munirr ti tno i uaiea tiouse last
c iilmr. It was the first one of the orifanl.
?ition. The next oae will be onu montli
The police have been asked to find Archla
Hartley, a &-yer-olJ boy who has been
yisitltiK a family at No. 4i3 Walnut street
Ho wandered away from the house jester.
d.iy and It Is believed foroi his way back.
iaereo Attain was arrested by a noilee,
i.in ylrday on suspicion of having stoi.
!,'' " V1 ot, elry be had In his poss's.ion.
'( he Jewelry was still on th Trds used
I Jewelers. He was locked up for lnca.
, Y; JV-..K,,iv' " ""h,0' a well known To.
T-k, Kas.. awyur, bus been mlslnr for
t-.i days and the imllco of this city havo
l.em asked to tlnd him. It is believed that
be came to Kansas City after leaving his
liomu and that ho U sumev.here In this city
The coroner will hold an Inquest to.dav
over thu body of GaorKO Maekiy, who fell
verity feot to bis dwtth from a weak
e arfolil on thn side of the bli: holder of
the Mhjeoiir (las Company's plant at See,
mid tfnd Gillls street Wednesday after
liuun. M. Oaviuin, who keps n saloon In the
North fiid. went to Central station yester
day and reisirted that h had Riven a Jio
b'll to a man known m, Peter Mllllcin to
(.-it It changed. He said that .Mllllaaii went
away with the bill, but up to 6 o'clock last
nlKht he had failed to return.
Tho charge of selllni,- coal without a 11.
cense Hun dismissed In police court yester.
day against It. It. Wark. He irwlucd a
license that he had piw ured sim e he naa
arrested last week. William Havls, who
was arrested for koeplntt a mut market
without a. license, wiu dismissed, as he had
fone out of buslues.
His. J. W. McCarthy, of No. ill Central
Mruet, miesed 3C from a bureau drawer
yesterday forenoon and she Immediately
nupected a domestic named Annie (iiaham
of lielnjf the thlf. Olllcer l.unuaii wai
called and he took Miss Graham to Central
station, where she Is beinsr held pending I
nn Investlnatlon-. JVo wonav was found In I
fcer J-H558 edition, c n i(. , t -.
: mx var-iKtU? 1-
The Wise Man of theVillage 5
Tlic first of six striking types of a supposed
New England village, showing Misswilkins
at licr best. In the Christmas issue of
THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
10 Cents: For Sale Everywhere
The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadclph 1
tOMtc.Ml 1f- DV TMF
TOWARD THE PYTHIAN TEMPLE.
I'ytbliitt l.titlce ttif nrporiite In I'rep'iratlnn
t.i Krert or I.ciinc a II. line fur the
he cut cell llrcillll:it bill.
Victory lodge No. Siw, and North I.lpht
lodite No. 103, KnlBlits of 1'ythlan, llled ni
pllcatlons for pro forma decrees of Incor
poration with the clerk of the circuit court
yesterday afternoon. This Is a step toward
tho securing of the Pythian temple, which
the menihers of the order In this citv pro
pose having. The plmi, ,is outlined last
summer. Is to havo cm h of the seventeen
lodires In the citv tneornunile. that thev
may be responsible bodies when united for
leasing n uuiKiinK. or a portion or one, as
a temple. The applications were llled by
Past llrand Chancellor .lames A. Heed, the
attorney. When the Pythian bodies are
ready to lease, they will all be represented
by a Iward of directors that will he dlreetlv
responsible for the lease, each director be
Iiik a member of a corporate organization.
I'ji to last summer, the temple project
had been drauKlns along for two years,
little progress belne tmsflble because a
number of the lodqes were bound bv leases.
However, the temple committee Was reor
Ranlzed so as to represent each of the sev
enteen lodges. A sub-eommlttec was au
thorized to solicit contributions. It was
definitely decided not to build, but to adopt
one of two plans. These were either to
have the owner of some Jarse building, or
some one who evpected to build, agree to
add an extra story for the exclusive use
of the Pythian, subject to their lease, or
select rome building already erected and
have the owner add a story, to be used as
'the Mei:iory lii-urjince ('ao,
The trial of tho MoElroy Insurance case
n tho federal court IS of great interest
both to thoso who aro engaged In life in
surance and to many who arc carrying
risks. The case is testing some pertinent
questions regarding values and liability
that nru of Interest to those who are pay
ing for what they consider protection.
A point was brought out In the ease yes
terday during the cross-examination of
Mlas Anient, private secretary to Third
Vice Presijlont Tarbell, who handled the
policy of Mr. MVKlroy on which the suit is
based. Arrangements were m.ule for tho
reinstatement of the policy early in Mav,
but the payment of the premiums was de
layed until May 29 on account of various
changes that had to be m.ule. Miss Anient
was asked when the policy became effect
ive and she replied not until the payment
of tho premium. Then she was asked bv
ono of the Jurors why If that was so she
has dtaed tho receipt December 31. 1893, and
charged Interest on the payment from that
time to the date of paymont.
The case is drawing rapidly to a close.
Two moro witnesses are to be examined
this morning and then the case Is to be
ready for argument. It is eiultc probable
the whole matter muy be concluded to
day. JiiiIro Philip, will llvit.
Just prior to 1he adjournment of the fed
eral court last evening, Judge Philips ex
cused all of the regular jurors except
the twelve Jn service, for one week. It Is
said that he expects to take a few days'
rest at the conclusion of the MeKlroy In
surance case. He lias been 111 for the past
week and hardly aide to remain on the
bench doling court. The work of the term
has been arduous from the first and his
poweis have been severely taxed, and the
long continued strain Is telling on him
The air of the court room from th rear
windows l very foul, which fact lias been
noticed by many who have had business
,h(,rcAt V?81 W.P'H Judge Philips had Gen
eral Shelby call the attention of the police
to the foul condition of the property back
of the custom house, but nothing has been
dono to Improve it.
It, Is understood that an effort will be
made to get Judge Adams, of St. Louis to
come here and hold court e. few days for
l'lgiiring the Cost.
The deputies of Criminal Clerk Thomson
are figuring up the cost of the Sattley case,
preparatory to presenting the bill to the
state for remuneration. While the esti
mates are uot yet complete, tho costs In the
RFy iriai wl" r,m to the amount of nearly
Jfi.Ofrj. It takes that amount to convict a
bank cashier In Jackson county. Kor con
victing a man for stealing a loud of wood
the same criminal court record registers
130. The board bill of the Jurors at the
Commercial hotel in this city amounted to
IT. Tho clerk', tees, If ho Was entitled
to Tecelve them, amount to Itjuo. U cost
txm for transcript ! for the clerk, Tho
transcript Itsslf rivaled the presidents
message and contained !iM,ou words, a little
pages of closely typewritten pages, and
Wndii ritlnt on lAll r.t t.n .,nntl,.. ..4 1
. L. ","' .-'I '. w" unwind iiwju
eighteen Inches In height.
Ordered to l.rnn tile rv.
City detectives yesterday arrested a man
and a woman In a room at No. Sio Wyan
dotte street with a. complete onlum smok.
Ing outfit In their possession. At first It1
was suspected that they had been con- I
ducting an opium muokliig Jcn and they
were held at Central station until an In
vestlgatvon nould be made. The man '
claimed that his name was itobei. Ollbert '
and that the woman was his wife. The of
ficers satUtled themselves that It was a
private outllt and cillbert and his wife
weiu e.'upen, nun oruers fo leave the
city. He claimed to Iw a gambler.
i:.lt S.i linpriiielili'iil ,chiin.
At a meeting of the i;at Side Improve
meat Association, In Hales' hall, last night,
the new plumbing ordinance ami the Mis
souil and Kansas Telephone foinuuny, the
Western I'tilon and Pot-CabJ Telegraph
Companies conduit ordinance were dls.
It was decided to Invite the West Sido
Improvement Association to meet with tho
organization next Thursday night in llaleli'
hall. Twelfth and Hales avenue, to jointly
discuss questions of general municlpui Im
portance The meeting will be open to all
who wish to attend.
Ills hou rxilnlae.l,
A son of Pred Munns. who wrote n 11 tm
to Inspector Murphy from Lufkin, 'l., i
asking for the name of tiie man who "had
inn mm on me oiacaiisi so as to ciiallenge
him," called at Central station last night
and explain. .1 that his father Is haunted
by the h'dief that some one has wronged
him, but be annot find out who it was.
Munns is a. tr.yellng salesman for Stein,
horat & C ., ti-al'-ra In ii kles.
hljr I .. 1 i i . 1 U.I v. M d t-d uTl 4 k. .J l-1 i .. -i 1 . tU
ti BT 1 t "US-i. I iWPAHy
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
iitoi'OM:i Acrto.N iiv tup. national
I. Hi; slOtli L.Vtll.VMil-
Muy Itecotnincnd the Itcpcal nf the Tax
n Oleomargarine nnd New Meat In
spection l.rgl.liitlon Other Mat
ters to lie t'nn.ldcred.
There was a preliminary meeting of the
executive committee of the National Live
Stock exchange In Chicago yesterday, to
talk over the work of the annual meeting
of the exchange, to be held to-day.
The committee, among other things will
report to the national exchange the recom
mendatlon that the exohanse favor the re
peal of the tax on oleomargarine and new
legislation providing for the uniform In
spection of meat. The latter subject was
discussed for some time, and much stress
was Mid on the allegations of Inetiloiency
and Irregularity in government methods of
A report will also be made to the con
vention covering the work of the commit
tee of three sent to congress last winter
to secure legislation looking to the pre
vention of foreign embargoes on American
packing products and cattle- The com
mittee approved a resolution favoring the
Nicaragua!) canal, If constructed under the
control of the United States.
W. H. Thompson. Jr., of Chicago, presid
ed ov-r the deliberations of the committee,
and Charles W. Baker, also of Chicago.
acte.1 as seerptarv. Those orese-nt wer:
J. G. Martin, South Omaha; W. J. ftroder-
ick, postmaster ot jast at. Louis: Lev
Poud, C. A. MalJory and Irus Coy. of Chi
cago; P. L. Campbell. South Omaha.; V.
H, Stlckney, Kast SL Louts: Frank Cooper
and J. N. Payne, Kansas City.
The big clock to be placed la the tcxer
of the new Live Stock Exchange building
has arrived and preparations are .belo?
made to put it in place.
B. J. XIartyn, general manager of the
packing business of P. P. Armour in Chi
cago; J. O. Armour, son of P. P. Armour,
and Kirk U Armour, ot Kansas City, are la
fort ortn, rex., inspecting tne stock in
terests of thnt city.
Miles French, the travelir.e renres-niAtiv-
of tho Kanas City stock yards, who has
been quartered In Penvr all the summer,
has gone to Fort Vt orth, Tex., fur tile wm-
S. Orvbreod. IjaFountame. Kas.. was In
yesterday with cattle. He says cattle a.cd
hogs are Bhort in Montgomery county. Cora
selling at IMiiOc.
c. T. and K. 14. Herring. Mariner. I. T..
were hero with cattle yesterday. They eay
they ihiive had much rain and s-nvw and
that cattle are shrinking badly, Te umn.
ber on thtt ranee is short compared with
James Jacobs, Straun. Kas.. nan at the
yards yesterday with cattle and hns.
H. W. Clleeman; Idanu Ka.., had In
cattle and hogs yesterday.
u. u. itooinson, jive s;h.k.k agent of the
Bunts. Ke railroad at San Anton. , Tex.,
was u visitor at the yards yestnay.
J. N. Smith, Hurns. Kas., wa la yester
day with cattle and hog.
Is. V. Munn, Courtney, Mo., wan here yes
terday with hogs.
O. W. llowmun, Prairie View, Kas,, ea.rr.e
in yesterday with hogs.
'M. C Ilailey, Marvin, Ka . was on the
yards estorday with cattle nnd hogs.
Panlel H. Hallock, ninomn.gton, N.h ,
was at tho yards yesterday with cattle and
OJraTle J. Johnson, Cow gill, .Mo., was In
yesterday with catlle.
H. fr. Cork, Pnnean. I. T., hud In cattle
and hogs y.-sterday.
H. K. HcndrlckK and B, DeHlrd. Rofbxk.
Mo., were Jiere jesterilay with hogs.
J, V. Vurren, Pryor Creek, I. T.. came
In yeisterday with cattle.
Jolhn Gilchrist, Belle Plains, Kas., came
In, yesterday with boss,
N. Brown, Olpe, KGs., wa In yoatenlay
II. 11. Fuller shipped yterday, hot. s
and nuili-n to I.uniberton-, N. C and Hen-lielts-yllle
nnd Sumpter. . C,
II. H. I'"ulls, Oimeron, Mo was at tho
yards yesterday with sheep,
Boone Htw., T. N. Hawkins, and II. K.
Houndtree, Wood-ward, o. T., had In cattle
Witt ei William. Pavls county, Mo got
feedors here yei-t. rday.
M. need U-w-lsburg, Ka Wa In yes.
ter-lay with hogs. '
Owens ft flrifflth, Iaw, Ka came In
yesterday with cattle awl hogs.
Inspected Ward Schools.
Superintendent Louis Snldan, nf the 8t.
Umls schools, yesterday lnsaeted three of
the Kansas City ward schools. Hlementary
1. 1 1 n I ... r.1 .in, I li r,b,,'..,.i ......... .1... 1 .. ,.. ..
............ ...... ....-..-...,,.-,, ,,n if. rtin U.-H
to which Sir. Soldnn paid more especial at
tention. He left for Ml. I.uls at l o'cloik
In. ,tl.tll I.C llin .1lu...ii.l .1 ...IU..
Suiierlntendeni SoldAn Is of Herman de
scent and graduated from a ileiin.in uni
versity, but his manner Is decidedly French
In Its extreme politeness. He wus presilent
of the National Kdurationul Assfxdatlon
some eight or ten years ago and up to last
year was principal of the Si. I.ui K,
school and aloo of the normal school. Ist
year lio vsas elected superintendent ur
Ilnn't wait until jmi are nick t(ora trylni:
rarttr'n Little Liver PtIM, Vut sot a vm ai
oucc ou can't take them without leniUL
I). I'. Pyer, SI, Louis, Is at the Coates.
0. W. Heyer. I'tUUtdelpbia, u at the
W. p. Itankln, 31 untie, Kas., Is at the
W. II, ijvaoi. New York, is at the Coates,
J. tJ. ArniKtroUB, Aupleton, Is at the
A. W. Issldwln, Jr., Lou Angeles, is at the
W. L. Knight. Haclne, Is at the Coates,
J. A. l'ulton. New Vurk. Is at the Coair
A. P. Lovett, Ciiiclmiatl, U at the Coates,
H. P. Stelee. Denver, Is at the Coates.
O. V. Wayland and wife, Sj.ili.bury, Mo
ure at the Victoria.
1). l. Bell, Kunwis, Is at the Victoria.
W. K Suits, Chicago, Is ut the Victoria.
Hul Poster, New Yotk, U at the Victoria
Pr. Thomas II. McCJintock, of No, 1M2
Chistnut stieit. who had lived In Kansas
City for a number of years and built up u.
good practice, has gone to Los Angeles,
t-'.il. He Intends to make that ct his
hflltlo Tlw mini i fri u. -i 1 .In.. t .-. ..HI.
health. His oillvc. whvn iwrc, vua J33
That is the story about the prices coiicisclv toM o( Children's Wraps.
When Ms, r.ir.ow was in New York cur Mr. Ki.nct v secureil (or her
department 5 Clnuirens Cloaks at exactly JiO Coill- oil till' Dollar.
They are aiuoni; the linest Children's Wraps made. Understand,
these arc not common, ordinary Cloaks, but such as are turned out by
the makers of children's line goods novelties every garment.
In addition to the above 5S wraps wc shall include all now in stock
of like or similar quality nnd mark them down exactly half.
Thus, , 5.00 Grctchens will be ,S ti,."i()
Thus, f 7.00 Gretchcns will be M.fiO
Thus, iaoo Gretchcns will be .1.01)
Thus, 515.00 Gretchcns will be $ T.iiO
Thus, ,iS.oo Grctchens will be $ !l.0()
Thus. ci:.,;o Gretchcns will be .11. 'Jo
Thus. ,jS.oo Grctchens will be SM.00
Thus, ?3ioo Grctchens will be 10.00
And so on all along the line the intermediate prices will be on same
basis as above that is, half price
Sizes from 2 to 14 years. Bring the children early if you'd have
To-morrow :r..-rnmg wc"! p.st on sale in our Men's Furnishing De
partment, hard by the Walnut street entrance:
1.464 Men's Colored Bordered. All Linen Handkerchiefs, 1 w-
worth 25c, for XcfL
A Practical Christm.15 Gift.
One lot Hemstitched Siik Handkerchiefs will be put on On
sale Saturday morntni; and sold for mOKs
Buy Chrl5tma Presents Now.
132 Men's Four-in-Hand Silk Scarfs will be sold Saturday ? X
15c each, or 1 for tJv.
75-cent Tecks and Foar-in-HanJs will be put on sale Sat- XA,-
urdav for OVL
Nil LU. ,
V f ... 1 ' bee tie tea.ui;:ui :;vS
.-, LJ V- i i 1 i 3J ytidir Sa:J3
'll J!lf I w e c 9ei"z Coit for h:zls fellows from
. Jiftl fj 2j :o S jzzzs, aii -with wide collars. While other
If J 1 fieslets are zii oat of these popular little Coats,
I 4 1
$5.50 zad $7. 50 Coats for S5.95
$7.00 and St. jo Coats for So.00
Oaly sbcat ico left.
The 3-girraent ae Worsted and Tricot Suits, pq QQ nnrl Clfl
sizes 9 to 16, for parties and dancing school uOioO dill OlU
For the larger boys we have taken from our line of fine Suits, sbes
14 to 19, over 100 of our better grades and put them en nn n -i
all iato one popclar price of gOiDo P C I oUII
Blue and black fine Cheviots, fancy Cheviots and Cassimeres, beauti
fully made and the best fitting Boys' Suits known to the trade. Bear in
mind that we sell Boys' Suits way up to 20.
Extra salespeople for Saturday.
Warm Leggins fcr Ladies, Misses and Children in the Leggins
Department, 3d rloor.
.Mr. JOHN IJEMR,
Friday, December 13th, . p. m
Coates Opera House.
Mrs. Mille Little Billings,
Sr: JZserv(J Seats can I't secured by subscribers on Monday, Decern-
gr ber Qtfi, at Carl Joffman's Piano Ware-
S robins, joj Walnut,
Grei: success of our Annual Holiday Clear-Li-
Sale of Boys' Coining.
Xw pnees rrtvail throughout the entire
Clearing ep odd lines and sires. Cutting
here 23d iere cae to three dollars on a Suit or
rlsec Past Suits, sies
ail w-ooL djcfciit sets and knees, paten:
znd birnlid buttoos, tor 1.98 per suit.
PiZE to match tf you wist there.
5SJJi. s5-60 and 55.05 far nearly :,ooa Suits
frcss tae foxemcit siakers :a America.
wide-collar Reefer Suits, all at
oar stock is still coraplete; rare bargains in chis
eliula. rough cheviots, etc
Cape Overcoats for Boys from 2j to 6 years:
csv & co Q Grand Ave
iSo5 - 'o6,
Did you ever half wake up at night and hear a clock
striking as you woke? Did you ever try to count the strikes?
After you're sure you heard it strike a dozen it struck one or
two more, just for luck, didn't it? Did it ever strike you that
our advertising was strikingly like that, only that there's "no
tick" that goes with it? When you think we've struck it about m
right on a certain article, wc don't seem to let up. Wc hit it a "
few more times for luck. We've struck it about right on that
great purchase of Children's Suits this week, but wc are afraid
there arc a few fathers and mothers who are only "half awake"
to this sale yet, and wc want them to be sure that it's the
"right time" to "strike" out for this store. You'll strike it right
on the handsome all wool Reefer Suits at $2.00. You'll hit it
the "second" time on the fancy all wool Cheviot Reefer Suits
at $2. 25. You'll hit it to the "minute" on the iron cloth Cassi
mcre Suits at $2. 50, handsomely braided. You'll notice that
"hour" 53. 00 big Plaid Reefer Suits and "Mr. Special Sale's"
buns lor a dollar more are
"week spot in the elegant bcotcli Cheviot Kcclcr buits at $3. 50
and the pure Worsted Reefer Suits at $3 75 will save you enough
to buy your boy the best pair of shoes in Kansas City. "There
arc others all wool Knee rant
fRewadka &uMmq b
3 Big Shoe
TO-DAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY.
We havo TOO MANY FINE SHOES in stoclt. If
price appeals to your pocket, we certainly can give
you the lowest figures ever quoted on reputable
and reliable shoes. This will be the banner sale in
the history of the shoe business.
THINK OF IT!
Look Over This List Then Come in
Over the Line:
F'r.!: '. S1.25
K-.-n-.nc Slipper's (klisi, C. -, -
R'utoii plain' anj tip.' C,
F'ir...... 3)1. 5
Ii'iuon and Lace (fanry), C, n
larse assortmt-n-t, for ')
JIls.sos". Chlltir.-n's ar.'l lioys', ti lare
1. ii'- 4x1. ., iu .mj fL ft" lit A.lllln. n r
I-vit Shoes and Slippers,
rlt Shoes on.l Slippers, Pnr,
Ii.tby Moccasins and Soft Sole Shops,
P.ir.cy. for hollda!i, ---.
For -J SO
E-iMrbt Danonir Shpp.rs mil Oxfords
mad.-, patent Cilf .ml Vim C,
J. Co AStmati
LEADING SHiJH DEALEH AND MAKEIt.
Tan Shoos Dyed Black. Fino Shoo Ropalrlng.
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JflffiSk Dr- DeLap's "RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
.&TIwi ,s HAI'llANU ALWAYS Itni.lAKI.i:.
jji -JT llXvVrf lar better than Taiuy or Pennyroyal PIII3 and all iiniio ,n.n
KANSAS CITV, .IIHiiourl.
SC3y BXW uavranilfa. 30IU prompwy ea uJl oil rBielnt nf Jl m l.i V.....V:
anaillnuiipolntmout. I'mparea by Old Dr. uiua of iVh i.v
Hwclallst In femila em inl;il,.ii. m J:,i.?Uii..0.r..' aJ ,'.. '"W.
WESTERN SASH AND NOR COMPANY:
Coniei- Nineteenth nnd Wyoming Sts, Kansas Cit', Mo.
w r tw. irrici;-iii:iMr iiiMi.niMi.
When you insure, look first
at the security offered. You
don't want to leave a lawsuit
behind you in place of ready
cash. New Hnjjland Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
C'hiia. I), Mill, geiil. ngt., :lUll.'
New' KfiKland I.lfo llldf,-.
P'lU-S & STEWART
liaii w liiihsu COAU COril'ANV,
'ii-i. 1037. -
Tin: oil. that 1 ri!iti(un:s most ih
biii.i. ai.v.NUr.vcntisiiD iv
VACUUM OIL GO.
But to buy It -and yon will get It In Its
2&$&s pa RS
exactly alike. You II not unci a
Suits at $1.50, for instance,
Twentieth Century Shoes
The popular prices all around
towu rro 81. .10 to S3.
Any $s Ladies' Hand
turned or Welt Shoe
at this sale for
- J r
Enameled swell htylcs, rcpu- C-,
lar value $0.00 V. 75
Extra heavy joled Enamels. C . r-n
reKUlur U.1 values P40'
Cork sole Enamtds, hlshest C
Krailo made Po. O
Calf lined Water Proofs, S5.00 c , ,xr.
Calf lined Water Proofs, Jtj.00 it, ..
Calf Cork Soles, JUKI (t
A lieautlful line, serviceable and -
JIUIIHEUS AND OVEIISHOES.
All fclzes, shapes to lit any shoo made,
all srades, for misses and ehll-
dren, fc- 2,jC
Grlpmen's 10 derives below zero proof
uvrtishoes, extra heavy C,
wclKht and hlch cut, at 31.25
Grlpnun's Felt Hoots, good C
L'luib Wool Shoes,
Oyern.iltery, jjood srades, "
ltdus' LesBlnus, away down' prii es.
OLDEST AND ORIGINAL
10 West otli St., Kansas City, iMo.
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No promises made that
cannoi oe tuitiiied,
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CalluraiHrCM In luullilcnu.
DR. H. U. WHITTIER.
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