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What do you seek when buying a hat? I3 it a name
in the crown or satisfactory service linked to proper ap
pearance? We've all sorts, and yet we're desirous of
having you make the acquaintance of our special "The
Model'' hat. It is constructed with the idya of seeing
how much real merit a hat can carry for $2 'and it
comes in all the fashionable blocks. Back of it is the
guarantee that if the hat fails to give satisfactory service
a new one will be given you entirely free of cost. No
hatter in town can surpass "The Model" hat for style, ap
pearance, wear or general goodness even at a dollar more.
See That $2 Hat Yourself.
Will find The Model amply prepared to care for their
every want, either in staples or fancy goods. Every
novelty that is new; every staple that is good. Prices
lower than the same grade of clothing can be secured
elsewhere and a better, bigger, fresher variety to choose
The Furnishing Goods
stock is at its best here Necessity or luxury, the
prices are based on the merit of the article and
are as low as reliable goods can be sold for. Tell
ing the story doesn't give the whole detail; the
best way to ascertain its worth is to call and in
spect the stock No importuning to buy look as
long as you like
No shoe store in Kansas City carries a more complete
line of shoes than may be found here and none give
better value, while few give anywhere near as good.
But the shoe that leads all $3 shoes for comparative
value is our shoe at $3. Hvery shape of toe, all widths
Kvery one of them new with the season.
The Model never carried this line before
so you may rely with absolute certainty
upon finding the newest as well as the
best things here.
From S5 to $20.
For everyday use, for swell occasions,
for presents. The whole gamut is prop
erly run. And not an umbrella in the
lot that won't stand a strong guarantee.
From 75c to SS5.
All sorts, domestic or imported. Best
of silks onlv and marked riirht,
From 50c to SS.
The largest, newest and handsomest line
to be encountered in a journey of a day.
The best makes from the best makers.
Finest effects in plain, swell and fancy
sorts. A great line for holiday gifts.
From 25c to S2.5Q.
For hard wear, for dress and the silk em
broidered ones for holiday gilts. Line
complete wherever you choose to stop.
Prices that will compare favorably with
the biggest of the so-called bargains.
25 Cents to S2.
Work, play, dress or driving. The right
sort of each and the best j our money
can buy anywhere.
From 50c to $4,50
HACKINTOSHES. No other house carries so diversified a
line. Any place you wish to stop you
can find reliable goods
From S5 to S25.
That's the word that covers this stock
and the only one. Best is the word
for quality. Lowest is the word
for prices. Investigate is the word that
will bring you to a realization of the
merits of this great store.
yyp iji3 Al'z &f j i
of last. The very best of leathers and a guarantee that
gives you a new pair if the pair you get gives out in any
place before they should. You'll find a saving a sure
saving and certain satisfaction in that $3 shoe.
Don't Overlook the $3 Shoe.
We sell will compare favorably with the best madc-to-order
work from $15 upward. Under that price you are
certain of one thing here that your money can't bring
you any better cither at 55, $8, $10, S12 or $15 than we
give you and every coat is of 1S95 making and from
the best houses in the land.
Kansas City's Foremost Clothiers, Shoers,
Hatters and Furnishers,
Southeast Corner Tenth and lain.
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Kansas City's Foremost Clothiers, Shoers,
hatters and Furnishers,
Southeast Corner Tenth and Ham.
A BETTER BUILDING NEEDED.
MAXAUKKS OP Till! I'OUI.TICY SHOW
want aioiti: rALii.iriKb.
Mr. Kncklmni, of 'imt Vnrli, Who linn tVhlo
IJxperlrncolWth hilrll l.ilillilt, Trill
lloiv It Mioulil llu Ciiintfructeil
Cheap, but Variously Useful
The marked succesi of the two iouItry
rhows hold lr the city and the greatly In
creased Interest manifested In that enter
prise by the general public, has aroused
the mm who were Instrumental In securing
It to the need ot providing a mora Hiiltn
blo bulld.ne for the ishoiv timing thu com
ing j ear. Tho first one v as held In the
big, unwieldy exposition building, and the
laht ono In the den. of the Prtesta of Pal
las. Neither one 13 of biiperlor character
lor tlui hhow, and the ci eater beauties of
The line birds exhibited are cei tain to bo
Lteutly mlshed owing to tho deficient light,
Tho need qf a. new building for tho accom
modation of tho ishow I so plain that the
men Inters ted feel eeiuiln of support tor
i-onio plait that piomlsea tho reijulred bulld-
Mr. T. K.trrar Ilaekhnm, of New York,
who lias had charge oT cooping tho fowls at
both shows', and liab h.uidh d nil of thu
largo poulti) i.h-ov. s of the world, Is very
unxloui tor Kansas city to have a new and
unliable building1 lir the ue.t .show, ami
thlnK-s it would add largely to the merits
of tho r.how. Voierday ho mid;
'Tho Mid that men u, building must bo
nf an Imposing appearance Is nil wiang.
(The Htmcturo need", to be on a secure foun
tlon. with plenty of light and ventilation.
niul the four plain walls that Inclose It
noed onl) bo strong enough to cany the
r.trpen.tructure weight. Thete la no use 10
mid hay expenses for l.iuuy ttlmniings
miles it is the idea to ultimately ine the
building for other purpose. Tuko oomo
mock oc ground at u, siiiinnio location, put
up tho walls and cover It, una then ou
liavo a place for poultry, horse, cattle,
dog, cat and chiys.inthemttm shows that
will bo one of tho mom pular places In
tho city. Theu shows of (specialties nie
tho thltur nil over the countrv. and are al
most inailably successful. In all cm
iwneru uiero aio proper ones managing cne
mr.nr mere is Bin ces.s.
The cost can be met In a popular way.
of someone can erect the building for tho
company, or It can bo a rtoek arrange
inent It can bo put up at slight coat, and
will proo u iinilltablo luvehtment, Tho
tshnmt, to be successful, ought to be down
In thu city, where tho busy man can set
to them easily, and where tho largo crowds
of eciilng can bo taken euro of,
""lth the building onco up, tho shows
wfll follow ns a natuial result. Tho state-,
jiient may sound strange, but 1 can run
a cat sh. w In this city In such a building
that will be suectssful, There can bo fancy
horse shows, blcjolo knows and scores of
uthr exhibits that u ro certain to add to
Hie In'poilnnco and Ufa of the city. I am
In hopis tho people aro ready to take hold
of the eiiterptlso upd support the 1 .en who
uivu .orkeil so hard in nuking the ioultry
rhows what they have bcnu."
br.coM or 'tin: cuuiihe.
lion, Henry Wollniuii Will Deliver Lec
ture Upon Judith I', ISeiiJumln.
Tho second lecture of the course prepared
by the Jlpwortb I,eaguo of tho Orand Ave
nue JUthodlst i:plscojml church will bo
dollveieil. by tho 'lion, llonry Wbllman, In
thu ttinllloriutu of that church, Tuesilay
veiling, Moccmber 10, at 8 o'clock. The
mbjt of ilr, W'ollmun's address will be,
"Jiutali 1. lionjnmln, American lawyer
Heuatur of tho United States MlnlsHr of
tho Ouiifidoraey Queen'a Counsel." Tiiero
iwlll bo no udinlsblon feu.
With two little children subject to croup
we do not lest easy without a bottle of
C'hambeilaln's Cough Itcinedy In tho house,
for the most severe attacks uulckly suc
cumb to a few doses of It. Morrison (Col.)
A Dlttlugul.livd Vl.ltor.
r)r n. Sachs, professor of nervous dis
eases In the New York Polyclinic, will read
a paper before the Kantas City Academy
of Medicine on Thursday evening In the
parlors of the Y. M. ("A.. Ninth and lo
cust streets. On Wednesday evening. De
cember U, an Informal reception will be
tendered Dr. Sachs by members of tho
Kansas City Academy of Medlclnt at toe
INFORMATION FOR TEACHERS.
Tho bouthern IMui iitlomil Asmirliitlou Will
L'outelie at Hot spring, Aril., 011
J)e enther 3 1.
The next session of the Southern IMiic.t
tion.il Association will bo held at ilut
Spring., Ailt., Dei ember 31, 1S93, and Jan
uary 1 and 2, U00. This association com
prises the Southern and Southwtaiein
states. The coming mooting will be of
more than oidlnaiy Interest and impor
tance, and unusual efforts are being made
to seeuru a large attendance. Mui h time
and L.ue have betn siient In he prep.tia
tlon ot the piograinme, on which nppnir
smh names as J)r Ylllltm T. 11 u. ,
I'liltcd Stntis commlslonur of eUuiatnai,
ami 1 Jr. W. 11. Harper, ptesldent of 1I10
J. U. 1'ieston, urate superintendent of
Mississippi, is president of the association,
and Superintend ul .lames' Mc'llnnlss la
secietai. Hot Springs has many attrac
tions and otters special luduitiueuts to
teaeheis who attend this meeting. The
place Is charaeteil.i d by picturesque beau
ty, numerous hut springs owned and lin
pioved by the 1'nltid States government
and palatial hotels. Many will attend this
meeting on account of the opportunity
thus atforded to It-It the springs at half
fare i.ttes. Tho Iron Mountain route will
sell round trip tickets I). 1 ember 2'i, 30 and
31, 1W, and Jamjar) 1, IMS, with Dual limit
for return to Jnnuati 1". ISM The rat -ftom
Kansas City (i,i Waggoner) Unhid
ing nii'inlHiishlp fee aro l,.4,o. I-'rom r
Ijula, $11.73. Coriespoudlng reductions will
bo made on all branch roads leading to
these daces. Twenty-llo thousand attiaet
Ite paniplib ts, de-crtptho of tin Kprlngs,
and com. lining a pail of the progiamiui',
bine In en Issued and are being distributed.
Delegates for each county in the state are
assisting In the distribution. Tho date of
the meeting will enable teachers to spend
Christmas at homo and reach the 5prlngs
In time for the first rtaj's piogrnmnie
Those attending any of the sK .Mlsaouil
dlstilct associations which hold sessions
December IK to Et, will luue amiilo time to
attend tho Southern educational Associa
tion after the adjournment of their home
Kor further information address O. H.
Monisou, State Manager Soiithcin IMtica
tlonul Association, Kansas City, Mo,
CORNER STONE LAID.
Christian Rclrntltts nf Huiniu City Are
llullillng a Night School hi tha
A few people Interested In Cbrlstlan Sci
ence yesterday laid the corner stone of a
school being built In the West bottoms
near Kowler's packing house, Tho building
will bo used for the Christian Science night
school, which Is now located at Second
and James streets.
The Inscilptlon on the corner stone was
sent In a inirsonal letter from lWv. Mary
I taker Dddy, and Is as follows; "In 1M5
In this Sfliooi acicuie una lirami, "," !"
BELONG TO THE OMAHA GANG
two mi:n, umiiii! Aititrsr in Atlan
ta, wan 1 i.D iicici;.
rinrgeil Willi Pimlng tin Widely ( Irru
latrit SID Counterfeit bitter Certllleitte
Hurt unit Klsm heie Ono Slur
ried a limiMH City (llrl.
ilnnp lll iirinmmrtri.Ltu about 1! scholais,
The second lloor will contain a library, a
room for the teachers on stormy nights,
and two bath rooms. 0110 for the boys and
the other for tha girls. The building w II
bo heated by hot air. It will also contain
a kitchen, where dinners can be served to
the scholars Tha main auditorium con
tains a stage for use when conceits and
entertainments are given.
The school has been maintained for sev
eral years by a. few people Interested In
Christian Science, and Is only one of thu
Indications of tho rapid growth of Chris
tian Science throughout the United States.
It Is for the benelit of children who work
In tho packing houses during the day, and
for all the children living In the district
of the packing houses.
a siKs.iat meeting 01 me pant ana
Imiiieviiril commissioners losterday the ton
tract witth Hrosnahnn A: Co., to grado that
portion of Indepeudonva avenue boulctiu-d
north of Independence avenue on Glad
stone to St. John avenue, thenco to tho
eastern city limits', was conilnned. The
contract prloo is 1614 cents a cubic yard.
According to the federal authorities, Will
lain Senter and Mike l'ord, who are under
at rest at Atlanta, Ua , for passing counter
feit 110 silver eertlthiitrs, operated In this
city during the past month and succeeded
In Hoatlng soma of the spuiious bills among
local merchants. The) wire arrested at
Atlanta on Information that was obtained
here. They weio follow ed to this city by
oilleers and left here only 11 few hours
after they were located and before their
nuest iould be made. They hud an enor
mous stock of the bad bills.
Tin so bills were tlrst passed In Omaha.
Thev carry the viguetts of the late Vice
i'leslcltnt Hendricks and are so accurate
that many good Judges fail to discover
their real nature urn- of them was liken
up at llmtiry, lllid, Thaer ."i Co.'s yestcr-
oay. A iaii 110111 jvausas uy. jus., nt
1 tempted to pass It, belkWng It was nil
light. Kotir experts examined It before the
I teal nature was assured,
Aecoimng to the oilleerB, trie two men
renclied this city about the middle of No
vember and registered nt the l-'Iftli Avenue
hotel on Weal 1'lfth street. They wire
J lined by 11 dapper joung fellow who used
,l. mitn.i nf llnfrt .lrilmt.mi mill trnvn Vmi
Yoik us his resilience. Ho Is tliought to
nave fm ill-hod th m with a supply of the
'Ills. The leniaintd I line until the last
'ay of November, when they went to
1 iliiceton, Mi leer county, Mo. Ollkeis fol
lowed them to that pi ice and louinl mat
they had sone to Atlanta. The otllcers them
wore notitlcd by wire and their attest fol
Johnson remained nt tho rifth Avenue
hotel with the 111 for ueviral das and was
aniiaieiitlv In chatue of the men. as he
ussumed autlioillj. lie left ami tho other
men wtiit away acun inter, uut pot until
they had passed one of the bills on land
Willie In the city Senior secure.1, Novem
ber HI, Horn the U'l'cinUr, a lh eiise to
marry Louisa (Jump, and on the same d,i
they weru lllllttd by ltov. W I', lllchard
son of l're-.t avenue, nenr Ninth. In the
applli'ntlou Senter gave his age us I'J and
his residence as this city. The lady said
she w.is 1'J and lived here nUo.
The oilleers Invcotlg.ited .Miss flump and
found hei to be the hi UK liter of J. II.
Hump, a uiihcr. nt l'U2 S'lno street, whoso
shop Is on the riouthwist boulevard. When
the nun puichiued tickets for Atlanta
Mrs Smter was with lel.itlvos of her bus
band at IMlnceton, and was app.uently Ig
norant of tho clMiutiier of her husband's
Tho men were tlrst discovered working
In Omaha by Secret Servh o Oillcer Donnel
ly, and he followed them to this city,
wliero ho wus assisted by Deputy United
States Marshal llnlderman, of nmenil
Shvlby's oltlce. Tho ollleets secured the b.ll
the men left at tho fifth Avenue hotel and
have It now.
Sen lei's parents live nt JUch Hill and
are respectable people. The an est of Sen
ter and Tord completes the list ox ten un
der ntrest for connection with tint Otiiuha
gang, as the men ate termed. They have
Hooded many of the Western cltlrs with
their bad money and havu caused the gov
ernment mi enormous amount of trouble,
More than forty of the bad bills were re
covered at Omaha, The bills are supposed
to be made at some point 111 the Ka.st, but
the place has not been found,
John If. Hump, father of tho young wom
an In the case, conducts, a. batber shop at
4'J5 Southwest boulevard, lie was seen
there hist evening by a repiesentatlvo of
tho Journal, and Informed of tho trouble
tliut hied overtaken his new son-in-law. He
vwui greatly ouiinlsed by tho news-, but
sold that severul things hod aroused Ills
suspicion slnco he had known the inun,
Senter was a. caller at my housu for six
moiithw prior to hU mat Huge with my
daughter, said he. "There was something
In his manner that was not very satisfac
tory to me, and I sioUe to my daughter
about It. List summer Senter left the city
and traveled about for u time with a llttlo
fake enterprise, attending s.hows, fairs ami
Klcnlca. That looked bail to me, and when
a ciune back I tried to got my daughter
to let him alone, but eflio failed to heed my
advice. On his return to the city some
weeks since, Senter told us- be was trav
eling for 'lik uncle's! cigar house lu St.
Uouia. and ircui paid fiC per vs-tek. 1 sa.vv
For I with him several times, tin" ev.nina
whu I went hom I fmnid thc wiif 111 u
iltil, an.l, of i oiiw. in-if was nothing to
do Inn niako the lust of it Thc it muni 1
at the hotel for several days. Si lib r sp nt
ileal I v JJo In buviug new clothing, and
rtllur armies for m daughter, tin li.dhig a
w.iti i and a diamond ring. He made lil
piiril.isiM all ovr the city, and niv d mgh
ler -laid oiiiv day at home that he ha I with
him over 57ii In new n oney. I stipiiose tin
bills woie all bad, and he must ha . v, al
tered them about phitifully when he wu.-.
making his purchases
"After Htajlng at the hotel for several
davs they went to I'nneeton, Mo., while
th'V visited lwo of Sentci's aunts Mj
daughter Is there vet. Senter b-doiu's to
a good family at ltleh Hill and his actions
will bo very "iirpiMtig to them, n-s tin
Wire to mo. I Hiipnuse tho olllcern will lit
things for hlnu Or (onr-o. If bo Is giiijtv.
us It looks, ho will have to take his pun
Itfhmcnt." SHOT BY AflR0BBER.
Tim Mlmiurl I'ai'lllc Mtatloii Agent nt
Itilrrita, Kim,, at tho Head's lloh-
pltnl, 1 atally Injured.
W. R. aillhnm will probably forfeit hli
llfo for the valiant delenso ho made of the
propel t of the corporation that employed
him. aillham Is a si.rion ngent for the
Missouri l'acille ralltoad at llucyrus, Ka-.,
11 email town thirty-eight mllci. southweat
of Kanns City.
The list local train passed through nu
cjrtts at 7:30 o'clock Prlclny night and tlin
station agent was preparing to close Dm
olllco for the nlL'hl. While lie was bu
arranging some p.ipi rs tho door opeim l 1
and a man with a 'handkerchief mask 1011- I
ceiling his features entemd. lie citric d
a big pistol In his ileht blind and when
(illlham claimed tuwaul him he told tin
agent In hold up his hands. Instead ot 1
i-omilylng with tin ciimmaiid Olllham dri-w '
a levolvci and Hied at the masked man. The 1
agent and the rolila r wvm but ilftcen fci t ,
aptrt and they emptlid their weupuiis at
eai h other. In all t 11 shotw were 111. ! The
ivbber beat .1 liastj f treat and liUIhain,
wtlh two bullets In his body, sank to the
depot lloor ehuiist,'d 1
The shooting nttrnoteil tho residents of
Hui) 1 us to tin Hcno und Olllham was
removed to his hoim, whete a local doi tot
attinded to Ills lu.liiths, Tlit'io was no
other ti legraph opeiator In tin town t 1
notify the outside wot Id of the at tempi. -.1
tulibery ami the set Hon foieman and u
ou)lo of his men m in on their li. miliar
in the iieMiett town und gave the alarm I
Posses wero organic d to search for thu
esterday Olllham was brought to tho I
Missouri IMi'llle I111rpll.il In this city tor
treatment. There Is one bullet lu hU right,
lung and another In his right hip. Ho his1
been In tho employ of the road, wtioso 1
Pioperty ho deft mini at u tcirfbli cost,
lor uboiil six veals Do Is 3') years ol 1 1
mil iii.irili'd. It was stated at tho hos- 1
nltal last night tlmt tlietc was very litile
hope ot his recover).
FORMER DECISION REVERSED
It 1NAN RUI'IIKMIS Ctll'ItT ll(M.I) ltl
Ull.tU'l ION I. W t'ONstlll flO.NAI..
W 111 Invalidate roreelonitre Sale Vlaila sjnee
IMIia and .Ni'H .linlgloeut'l .Must lie
'lalceii Vlauy MIHIoiih Involved
-Will He Apji.aleit.
lliiiie Cniiipluiiiliig or burn 'llirnut,
HoarseneJs, or "lalctng cold," aliould use
Jlrotcn'i UroncMal TrothH "hold only Innojei
Heaths mid I'liiitrn s.
James S. Ilensou, aged 65, died nt tils late
residence, IStrj Walnut stn ot, on Thursday
evening. The funeral will bo from J V
Sutton's undertaking establishment on
Monday at 3 o'clock p m. The body will ba
lutei ted In Union ee'tiiclery.
William Sunkey Wilkinson, aged 5 jears,
died Kilduy night at tlm homo of his par
ents, 3001 Washington street. The funtral
will ho held at Aigeuttno this afternoon at
Henrietta IJeeker, 5 years old, died sud
denly t'llday evening at her patents' home
il! Holly street. A post mortem was held
Saturday. The funeral will be at 3
o'clock this afternoon lutiimetit will be
In Sts, l'etcr and I'aul's cemetery.
Mary Rmerlck, the 3-v ear-old daughter of
n Uelglan sewtr pip' I ictory laborer, liv
ing In tho Kast boitoms, died on Friday
evening of membranous croup. The body
was burled la St. Muiy's cemetery yester
Josephine Ilurton, the wife of John 13.
Hurton, who Uvea last of Independence,
died at her uncle's liuuse, lolj (liaud ave
nue, yesterday. The funeral will bo fioin
her father's house, at llovvanl and College
avenues, at " o'clock this afternoon. The
body will be laid lu nimwood cemetery.
lUtrieJc Y. Urennan, of 2S Bellevlevv
avenue, died yesterday ot consumption,
lie was 24 years of age, a very estimable
young man, and kept books for Ilurnhain.
Iianna. .viunger v 10 ne luuvrai iu
li. nt 10:31 this morulas from the Church 1
ot the Sacred Heart, and the remains will
b interred la u urys cemstery. 1
The supreme eourt of Knri'flP, nt Its sit
ting yesterday, handed down an opinion of
vast Importance to the debtors of the state,
sustaining the constitutionality of tho law
of lSiiS, which gives elghie'en months to tin
debtor to red 1 em on all sales on execution
or foreclosure of motlgage, whether the
mortgago was made prior to the passage
of the law or not.
Tho supremo court last April had ren
dered a, decision In Watklns vs. Hlcnn and
Heverly vs. Jlarlllt.. holding this law un
constitutional. In W'.il kins vs. Ulenn no
motion (or rehearing was tiled, but In llev
erlv Vs. Uaimu, Mr. William J. Si oil, of
tills clt), was employi d to argue a motion
lor reliearllu; lieloie tile HUhliltie eoillt.
-Mr. It. A. McMiuh, who art. tied D- oilg-
111.1l case, having removed to Houston, 1
rex. .vir, soon micmtueu in peiMuuiuiK
the court to channel its mind and declare
the law constitutional.
chief Justice Mm tin, seconded by Asso
ciate Jusllco Allen, reverses the April cle
1 isloii. To this Justlie Johnston dissented.
Thi- opinion w.is written by chief Justlcu
iliiiliu and oicupiis tvvi tity-sivuii tjpe
Wiluen pngi s, or about !,ijio wolds. It .
hauMlimly nvl.ws a vast uuiiiber of de
cisions buailng upon tlm constiiiitlauatitv
of such a law. chief Justice Hurton and
Assis late Justice Allen hold thai the Kall
sa law does not lu the slightest degree
impair a prior euntniet, and, Un-refoie, Is
not In eonllli l with the fedei.il 1 onstltutlon,
"'In net out) a fleets, the lem. d), tho opin
ion siis, whlili Is t-K ally within tho prov-Inn-
of the h glslntuie.
It Is flintier In 1I that so far in It np
plli d to moilKJges made pilar to the pas -iikc
of tho law In 1SU3, It was a violation of
1 lie tudeiul constitution, but that It vvas
good law vvlnn upplled to moitgages made
sline Its 1'ii.u liiii'iit; also thai It lightly
applies to all moiigigcs, glvm either heroic
or alter the pi-sage of the law
In dellning their views the Justices 11 c
tho following language; "it is a tiinlt
mentul principle, not reiiultlug in Its ui
poit the citation of HiPhoililes, Hint tin
iiiimdy U gov et m d by the b x furl, and not
the e loT contractus. A law)er suing lu
the courts of this state upon a lonll.lrl
made In Louisiana would lie lecklrss, in
ched, if lie should piisumn to ask for lem
eillib allowable undi r tlm laws of thu
state, but not recoguUed here. The must
that vnn In truth be said Is that each civil
U.-.l state is limit r a moral obligation to
alford to foiilkii or doinestli' ciediiois 1 ic
iiuale mil" li' s Utv the rtifuiciin til 0
in. ii ilhw, bin those nn subjn t to
ihanges .a any ilnm, whether as 10 exist
ing or future iuiitrais
"If bv ih. l.isi 1 Ian u of tho proposition
It Is in. ant Dal any subs .-111i1.il impair
incut of ilio contra t is totbtl leu. cetuinly
tbcie can bo no nlije. tlon to It but tlm
v line ot a 1 nun .11 t innv be Itu I b ntnllv
li-.s,ll I li) slate liglsl.itlnn wllh.nl lln
p.uiiiK llu obllhallons at nil, ns .1. 1 i ' I It
man) ca.-i s bv the d .b nil mipn me . o 11 1
lu .itiuthir iHirtlon of the uplni.iu Chit
.lllsllii- llortoll 1111 I Associate Jnsllie 1
lui Intlinite that IT the mortgnuii rei-elv.s
Hie full .imoiim of hi-, money with lulu.
1 st he has not tunc h cause for 1 omi I nut
by Mason of einliteeti months' extiniou ot
the time 01 p-i) inent.
In com hndon they sny tlmy cn nnd no
decision of Die mpiemo lourt which would
loiiulre them to hold tlm Kansas lavr uu
ninwtltutiomil, and Intimnte that a doubt
of its cciiistltutloualU would not warrant
tint court in dei hiring It o vv h.-n prop, rly
the question should go to tin hltili'sl nib-
Associate Justice Johnon tiled a brief
dissenting opinion In which lm piijk he
1 oncurrcil In the former opinion b chief
Justlcu Hoi'ton and sees no reason for
changing his mind
The Importance of this decision to loan
companbtt and mortgagors mnv be real
ized when It Is remeiiibered tliut tiinlct
tho law of ISM. tho moiigagor mnv red' em
his land for Oie amount for which It vva.s
bid In, and not for tho amount upon which
judgment wan itnken, or tlm amount of the
money which he bad hummed It fori is
the loan company to bid up tho full nmoiint
of the loin when having in m . urines at
sheriffs' sale or else i-tand the danger of
having the lands taken from them bv ie-
fiayment of n. less sum than was 01 Igliinllv
oaned. Tho loans In Kans.i-j '.treitnl bv
this decision amount to many millions, nnd
tin full loico of it will be felt bv 1 om
p.inlps which have loans in the western
iwrtlon of the state.
not .si: r 11,1. 11 rt,
llio I'lalutirr Appeal te. the United
Mute- supreme ( ourt.
Topeka, Kns., Dec. 7. (Special ) Prank
'Pumas, agent for Martha llarulu, plaintlif
In the mortgago red. mptton case decided
by the siipioniu court to-day. s.ds he will
Instruct hor attornes to appi-al tlie ca-.
to the United States supreme court.
Old people who requite mndlclne to reg
ulate the bowels and kidiu ys will lllid the
true reined) In Kleetrle Hitters. This in 1
Icine uucs not stimulate und coin 1 us no
whisky nor other Intoxicant, but to is as
a tonic und alterative. It a -is luIMb on
Hie stomach and bowels, adding stiiiiglh
and giving tunc to tin oigaiis, tin rib)
.lining Nuiiim lu the pertui limine of 'lie
functions. Klei'tilc HIii.ih is an 1. . !! nt
apiH'tlzel und aids iligistinu nil I'l.iple
tlud It Just exactly what tiny iimi 1'iuu
lllty eeiits and JI.nO at the ding stoi, f
11. C .VIllUl'l, Il011t-S 1 Ol Ot I I Mill HOI!
Main slit-els; l'c del maun V Hallai, Dm
iiiiiiid dtug stote, !l .Mam sluet, .1 tiuf
llths, uuiiuwesl coiner .Main and Twelfth
j 1 ream, for 1 happi
J I' air only 10 at any nine
I rug an. 1 I'n 1 ription - to v pi"r t
rial li'-s in ill up 011 Niiiua iiy us
SiiodiT.'iss Jirua: Co.B
;j8iiodi'niss Dru Co..
M 11 1 lair ni:i'(.(.! : -.
vj W5 VXD KM M MN KTUIII"!
Ki Department and Dtug Store Sp,-.,
'JD-IV Slli i alwajs in itfii Whit'Vi
M tlu i1!di. )ni i in 1 oiue to us a-i
4 t:. t fui li". M..11.I.1) .
M Sin III. Id's Dentifriie "
S lloo'l's S.ir'iitiarlllu u
Wood's Sir-aparlil.i fi
M faille's Celety Compound '"
California S)rup of 1 us s
H All 01 It's I'orous I'laatirs s
li III lla lonna I'orous I'lusurg
: c.utir's l.ltle Liver l'llls 1
. Wood's Utile Uver I'll)
.: 1 1 i it j etui, inijiiii 11 n ,,,,....
Williams' l'lnk Pills
,3 VluiDon's Be size
,s Pierce's Mi dlcal Discovery
A ial. 's Hair Tonio
,1 Quinlrie. cc
ej Hoyt's I'oloane
ii Dvon.s' Tooth Powder
0 Pond's nvtraet
lliilb S) rlngo
1 j i iiu.iit Fountain tynng-s or vvaur :
j potties r r
I j 3 iiiait fountain Syringes or W.i r C
j Hollies fO.
3 1117X1. nl Toilet c're-iui an 1 ilv.tla L
.1 Hands ai.l '
"wTtT'ViH'1 ?r rrr"Tr?,',TviYirT7iri'i"irg"j,fftfviirwvt
"Soino tlm 0 ago I was troubled with
a very bail congli, nnd tny nelgliboru
all eatd 1 li.nl consumptUn, After K
tltno I bcj;an to use Ayer's Cherry
I'ectoral, aurl am glad to say that it
cured me, I am now as well as any
ono," J, F, Hockenbehry, ai(
WaterorJ, l'a.t Sept. 13, 1S05,
t4v i&5t' rsnilailEfl
Ilr, Allinll Will llrliiru i AiHIr.illi.
Mr Clement T, Alleiitt, who has bei-n
visiting relatives In the clt) tor the past
month, will leave fui Australia at noon
in-il.iy, and on his arrival there will take
charge of a large pa king 1 oinp.iuy th it
Is engaged In buslimss in that cuutiti)
Ho has been there for three 5 ears and
rpent that lima giving insiriu 'Ion, un.br
the Indorsement of tlm goieiiiiunit, to tho
packets coiiiirnlng the economic condi
tions of tin liiiluniy 111s family is to re
main In this city for .7 year und he ex
pects to return for them at that llmu
Holniberg, Carry, 2i"Q Terrace; December
6; t hours; inanition; burial Oak drove
Kobblns, Infant; 3130 Oak street; Decem
ber 0; 7 da a, luanltluit; bin Ial In Union
street. Telephone JsIj.
Co., UJ2 ldcQee
lllrtbs Itepurie I.
Oordan, A. and William; 1309 Troost ave
nue; Ntvcmbtr -J. glil
Moore, Anna and T. ; &S9 Troost avenue;
December 1: boj.
Spalden, M.; KXJ Mcllee street; December
Johnson. Polly and J,; 412 Kast Ulguth
stieet; December 5; boy.
Marriage Idceuses Juei! Veturclay,
II. P. Jaekley, Ivansas City, Mo 23
Ullle rt. Mather, Kunbas City, Mo 72
M. K. Murphy, Kansas City. Mo Itf
Matilda Koebler. Kenosha, Wis ,..1S
Peter Johnson, Uuchanan county. Mo. ...S3
AJvtns, Olson, Uuchunuu county, Mo.,,...J5
t. lUlMMll MIHiin,i,
$195 Each, to be closod out
boloro Christmas ! Fully
SQ.OO per month, A beau
tnul Upright Piano.
W. r. Kimball Co.,
9I4 WALNUT ST.
W. It. ItllllintTa, Muiiugrr,
Made a well
r ?2' iiMGUfgi rata
I L' 5&A
r IS l H'JJ. M v -
vVTVi v5l 1
! I .41 V .Tft I
VfVi' r2z v
1 i. 1 a 1
HlNlIlrllnSO I.AYH. r?iirtr All
l'iiiiisi.hltti lint?n. Klk.htU t iufZ
lui, lie , ttiue 4 Ljr jnut abiite stf t vlfur aud li
tgftiniuktuuriruu, and quUlkly buiiur.) retorci
.ut MtuUyd lu uld vt youiit;. Tiilx carrlf d lu ct
lixket 1'rKoif I.o icViiko. bUfor ." uuwttka
nrltfrucuaruuttlvirur nivavy rttuidcd l'uv t
buyan mttution,lil init uu Umif JNDAl'o;
YourJrut;wi tiiano(FOl It. w ill bend It i retold,
UrlcuttlMiUlculCu.tlrv(iit (Uc;vt UU drturiiHU.
bOLU by H. C. AinolJ, N. V. Cur. 5th nuU )um
Sts., KANSAS CITV, MO..& leailutf druuu.
Write to us for best plan to buy corn,
and why you should commence buying
now; also best plan to trade In wheat on
Chicago board of trade. First-class refer
ences furnished. J. W, Uaker c Co., 323
ltlalto bldg., Chicago.