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TTTK KANSAS CITY HOl'KNAL.'TrKSnAY, lK(M'.MHKino, 1805.
JUDGE JOHNSON APPOINTED.
novnriNoit iiim: nmi: ill man
roit I'oi.in: niMiHiiiNt:it.
Ill I'JcMlrnrj- llm 1 Itircttr MriMiRtlimnl
lll Own rtlttnii In th l.ticul Drnini nry
.nttiftlilng .Mmut thf Alnn !;
irrtril b lirlpy' StircrMor.
CSmrrnor Stono yrterdny nprolnted
Vmnk O. Jrthndon a niemlfr of the twnnl
of polii-o commrimir, ti 1111 tin vnncy
cntie-d l)j Iho rwlnrmtlon of Ororw M.
onitit to the wtroni- InJorwmPtiU rt
niM.l by Jutlitv JohrXon, hi upptrlhtlrient
lin been rrsurOivl tltirlnff tlw PMI w
ns iu?uml. A petition nklw? thnt lit" l
iippomtwl Miit to Omcrnor Stone a
tew iln no It n plRnM liy nil lh
ntrmlfrs of the llronn una nnll-ltrowri
fn. tloiw of the tiemwrfltle county com
tntttix'. 'Mnny of th Iwullnir biulnm ntiel
)iroftimloniit men of ICunMis City nml ln
ilrprnelidire nlo rjinlcl that the np
polntmeiit bo timele. Ainotii? them -norc
KH I'.ihn. John W. lltltltier, llupli C. Wnrtl,
John It, Stollor, Henry Wollmnn, .Tti'lKe
Johlv V. WolTord, Hither William J Inl
ton nnd UepivsciitiUIF 11 Jullnn, of
liniii 1l , M W. Arnloron, .Iiwph W.
.Morrcr, J. P lnlon. Murk llnll nml IM
Iter WVbh. of liidrpilitletii i'.
t'h' tnont r(Iertli- iirirnme'iit ttllh the
coxtnior inwlr- by tin- frh ndi of JtielRO
Jehii'iin fop h npimiiitnitnt .n the su
cf'or upon ih itolb o linnnl of Mr, Shel
ley wn, Hint It i-ould Imrmonlre' the wnr
rliifr fnetlon of the elty nnd county Dem-
Jt'IXJi; KKA'XIv C. JOHNSON.
ocr.acy. While nothing that fJovernor Stone
or imoni el-e enn do will reMilt In puttlnir
nn end to the milmo-ltlei that t .inkle In
the bri.ii.sts of the lenders of the
Ilronrt and nntl-Hiuwre factions, hla
e.eellency hopiil that tluoiiKli the
flection of .ImlKC Johnson ht would
bo able to lirinw about a temporal v truco
in the hotlle enntp-t. The Shulles-l''r.inels
Koldbiifr le.idein ru.ill7Hl tli.lt they could
not imltice the governor to appoint n man
frlemllv to them, nnd In older to show
the irovernor that thuv had ceased biih
whaeklnn him nrd his trlends, thev made a
IireteiiM. of deslrlns the .ipiiuliumeiit of
.liidRe Johnson, who is not only nn avowed
friend of the Koiernor, but .stunds siiuarely
upon the free 1Ivi.r platform
.,:"':S.t'j',tnniilnB the friendly attitude of
tno Shelley-lr.inclt, uoldbiips toward the
cunillilney of Judire Johnton. his npnolnt
't""",1 !i a bl,ttpr P"1 tar tlicm to mullow.
Jluil theiv leen any hope of puttlnir a
man of their own ilk upon the police bo-inl
they would have made a Iroious iiht
nsnlnst JudRt Johnson, for he is the man
who publicly denounced them while niniilni;
f,"F "A!yo,v- ""- snl'l: "John .May must
ko' Owsley must pi, nnd all the election
robbers nml ballot box Htmreis must im'"
'Jhes-e statements aKsravated the bosses of
w ii"" thi'n tlio Knincls-Cooper faction,
!"".. ls n,"; ,ho She leKrancis-BflldbiiR
faction of the local lVmoor.ic , and the?
riil,VnJl?-t",''?ea JIin,"n '"id his fiienil
?.m? . "wn', sln,'p ,1,,lt '"niimlBii. in
'rfin i. i ul" " ami Humiliated.
..?. nt.?uncn fr,'en:1,? "' Biiard In this
,ri;i?h7 .1ro J,L Vhy Arnold, pie-Ident
Vv, a? rTIert on ''on"1: M- -v ''''kP ""d
J rank G Johnson, mombris of the polli e
bo.ud and l'red W. Klomliiff, co. I oil
1I1S1IC1 tOr. AVftll tlie.S. lllor, l.At.llr... ,1,
pilnclpal appointive ollices theie Is no
moonder in sicht for the Shelley-.Yancs
irohiliiiBs except luihkK nnd cold air
Judj,'e Johnson was bom In West Itojls-Jon-
,.orc",e' tount, Mass., In Decent.
Iter, 1S)1. He attended school in Ills native
low n until he was about 13 ycais of ,iKe.
Jle then attended the Woice.ster pc.uleniy
(it Worcester, .Mass.. for two ve.ns, at tho
end of which time he bewan leainlni; the
Mmeinnkei'fc tiade. He suhspqurnilv
woilted In shoe factories, tniiKht schoo"!
and studiei.li law until lsst when he vnn
orlmltted to the bar at Towanda. rir.nl
ford count) . I'a., to which place he had
removed In 1S7.". When 21 jcais of ae lie
uas oleetetl school director of his native
town. Hu came to ICansns City In 1SSI,
nnd has since resided hue. Soon after
his nnlvnl he became actively Intel isted In
In 191 JiidKe Johnson was appointed first
ni-slstant prosecutlni,- attoinej mr Jackson
county.whlih olilce he held until the spilntf
of lfci.', when ho reHKiieil io inn for polUo
Judee llw wan elected nnd held the otllco
In the double-barrelled cltv convention
lield by the Democrats of Kansas city
In Turner hall In the prlmr of 18")l. Judiro
Johnson received tho reKuIai Demociatlc
nomination for major ami Crank Cooper
b. came the candidate of the Vi anils t.n
tlon for that otllce. NotwithslandlnK the
fnct thnt Jiiduo Johnon was iiomlnatid
bj a mnjorll) of over thlity of all tho
delegates to the convention, at tho so
licitation of the Tranels bosses Uecoider
of Voters Owsley put Cooper's name upon
the ollklal ballot as tho regular Demo
cratic candidate for maoi. Cooper ivas
Mippoited by a small eiowd of alleged
purllicra who made use of John May, John
Moran, "Kiddy" O'llricn, nill Ailler and
many other notorious characters In con
ducting their campaign lor the avowed
puritlcatlon of the local political atmos
jdieie. Mayor Davis was elected and Coop,
er ran thlid, the vote leni?: Davis, 12,
Sa, Johnton, 5,U'7, and Cooper, 4,li.'.
In May, IkSI, Jtidse Johnson was elected
dpleffiite-at-lnrne to tho Dumocrntlo Btntn
convention from Jackson county, Tim
convention was held in tho Auditorium in
Kansas City, Jildeo Johnson was elected
ns tho 11 fth district member of tho com.
mlttee on platform nnd he assisted Cou
rreBsman llland, who was chairman of
iho committee, in preparlm a platform
which was adapted by tho convention
after a lone discussion and which cam.
niltted the Democracy of Missouri to the
canto of fiee sliver. Ho was also a dele
Kate to the Democratic convention held at
I'ertle KprlnRs last August, which ulo du.
dared for freo silver.
JiidKe Jolinson'b commission as police
commissioner will probably urrlvu to-day.
1'repiirfni; fur liupoctlon.
There Is unusual activity nt tho Third
Regiment nimory at Twelfth and Troost
nvinue since the nniinuiictnient of the ap.
liroaLhlutr Inspection by Captain Jtoach, of
ino ri'HtO'1 aiiuj, uiui iiiu i-aptuins 0
the dllfeieiit companies are nightly puttlni?
their men thiough rigid drill and man in 1
iractlce. The nuinuer oi recruits ulilch
invu of lato entered tho rolls of the ifcrl.
meiit maku this somewhat arduous. et
thero Is no doubt but that each company
will make a creditable showing on the
occasion of tho Inspection.
Eimum to peedlly effective. Gold throughout th
vorU UitUh Jiti riuncit Kcviksr i tiom, 1,
Kins EJwr4-t, tondoa. lfPoX DW fUAM,
TllU.'.euV.Aa'iS'ig.'U, utiu jt liTVLTi,- vr.xi 1
. ., "i'i''hliij.-iil .ji .ii mc .innnon m.t
teiliilly strengthen, the soioniS"' po II t -cal
fenceT in Kansas City ami KHes the
Urown .action control of the local Demo
cratic Fltllnt (III. Till. t'n-, r.r-Xi ... V. . .
WHISKY C0NTANED POISON,
Afthiir W. Mmimh, Itnlinllnl Aqent nt
1 .11 lire p. '" Hrml I Htm the I rtfrtu
till itarkxiii I inter rre.l
Ithsp M, Dr-c i ipe. lili Arthur
St-vrrut, trnt of 'h" llxii llil roid nt
thl imtnt, illeil nt nn rarlv hour thi" morn
Itn from a do of pttisotl taken In n drink
of llaiicr irtven him bv a friend who was
nlllnir at bin hiiM. The vountt rmin whom
he mild nave htm the drink l Otis Jatkon,
a rmqiirnT nf art old anil respr1 table fam
ily. It In th iTW!rl opttitoti Mint ll I'tl
nvn w put in tn- whlKk b mistake,
the ju f run ii, when h purchepl It, or
ilernl , ,nlne nit tn It.
Pt'veiss. ,ir.l iun Jacl;on were to
Bflher Vurlnn Siindnv evenlnw, and Jn k
tim rave Mm the drink Just n he was
lenvlnn tor norm. Steven seldom look .1
drink, nnd when J, kson was iror- h
turilPil sick Mr- went to the d rit Hli I
told tho nllht operator what had takei
plaep. nnd rnmiilnlnml of beini nk. ll
n taken with a hill, and nlth.ttigh two
phvalrians wern with htm In a few mln
u ten, he dint ln three hours.
Otl Jnckson was placed tinder arrrsl,
and la held by tlw offlcer, as the coro
ner's ur recommendeil that he b held
for InvMtlRtttlon There was no inntlve
for the crime that bus borm discovered,
nnd th( theory of a. mistake by the droit
KHt l (reiiernlly an-epteil. Jackson cllm
he secunsl the whlkv nt Hhler's drutf
store during tho day, nnd hud orden d
quinine tilnoe.1 in It for medicine lie hud
the liottlo with Mm at homo when he was
taken In rustodv- by the ollb'ers, but bad
taken none himself ,
Stevens was rr,v ears of affe. and find lived
In the countv nil of his lire He Is the
brother of Tom Stevens, who ma to a re
ord and fame by frolng around the world on
a. bicycle He wh married re i.lU t
Stell i Moore, daughter of William Moore,
of Tu nicy.
CASHIER PARRISH ARRESTED.
Kiui-m City Detectives Hive Hun llown
the Hrfaiiltlns llllleer of tint
tlrrlik, Mil, It ink,
William T. I'arrlsh, for many years ensh
ler of the Tunnels' bank, of ftrrh k. Mo,
disappeared from his home early last July
and It was thought that he had heen mur
dered until exports went over his books
nnd found that he w.is many thounnds of
dollars short In his accounts. The case
wns placed with the hr.inih of the I'lnker
ton ngencv, of this city, and oterdnv one
of the detectives arrested I'arrlsh in Del i
vv.ire, O., where he had been living since
the time of his illsnppe.iinuce. Mrs I'ar
rlsh had Joined her htishittd. nnd they had
not even gone to the double to conceal
their identity by nsstimlng fictitious names,
I'arrlsh was running a livery stable in
Deliware, O, when anested. He will be
returned nt once to Orrl. k, .Mo, where be
Is snld to bo under Indictment lor wrecking
the bank. It Is estlmnted that I'.irrlsh's
shortage will aggregate about MO.OjO. It
was made good b his bondsmen.
not uuiirY or ri'idiuuv.
O, l. llnll, of K-insiis I'lty, Promptly At
quitted of Ch irges Urollght In Clile igo.
O. D. llnll, of 1111 Oak street, president of
tho Mexican Asphalt Comp.1115, of Kansas
City, has returned fiom Chicago, where lie
was acquitted Friday, before Juilo 1 log
land, on the chnigo of perjury. The charge
was biought some time ago by (leorgo W.
Crlchfleld, of the Mexican Asphalt I'avlng
Company, of Chicago, and the outcome of
the trial, which has attiacted considerable
attention In thnt cit. Is quite ,i Mctoiy for
the Kansas Cltv company nnd its of
tleers. The latter concern was Inaugurated for
the purpose of mining asphalt along the
T.impleo const. In Mexico, with (Sun go
W. Crichlield as secret ir.v and mniingtr.
He left the company, however, it s .nhj
without their knowledge, anil organised the
Mexican Asphalt I'avlng iompiii, of Chi
cago, and commented lining paving 1011
tr.n.ts with asphalt taken from the Kan
(as City companv's possessions. I'pon
learning of this, Mi. Hall wtnt to Chh ago
and swore out ,1 wilt of leplevln on a large
shlpmint of asphalt consigned to the Chi
cago concern, swearing that It was his
pioperty Tile Chicago people theieupun
oideied .Mr. Hall's amst upon a harge nf
perjury, but the evldeme nf the prosecuting
witness, who was the only one placed upon
the stand, was alone "iitllclent to secure
Mr. Hall's acquittal rrld.i).
sunt to 1 111: uoKiiiioiNi:.
Jlen Siisiierted nf A-iiiilllng l'riink lUllot
l'lfl.oil Tliero for sufo tveepllig,
Tile police have little hope of discovering
evidence to connect iinone with the as
sault and robin ij of 1'iank Jr. Hlliott,
of Denton, Kas , the l'opullst oig.inli-r,
who was stileltcn down In the postollleo
dooi list I-'riday night Thev believe that
Charles O'Donnell Is the guilt.v person, but
the belief seems to be fouiub d upon sus
tli ion. as no evidence to conm ct him
with the crime, otlu r thnn a bad reputa
tion, has been uncoveied Y( stc piny
O'Donnell, Finnic Donley and Han i.iwl,
who wtre arrested Katuiday tor attempt
ing to snatch a woman's pockotbook at
Twelfth and Main stieets, wen nriaigmd
In jiolli e court on vagrancy chaiges and
scntc-ncd to H days each in the woik
house. In the meantime the police and
dectectlves will try to find 11 tangilile c lue
to connect one of the nun with tho as
sault upon Hlliott.
i'iti:i:ioM as a cnitisr.MA ii:i:i:m
It VV.n t;iven to .'Marllia 'inch VVIhi ll.is
ltc en Arrested About lull 'llmcm.
It has been ten ears since the police
first began taking Martha T.ish to Cen
tial police Mutton and locking her up in
a cell for being under the inlliience of
drink. It ls supposed that she has been
arrested more than luO thins for this 01
fense Ten years ago she w.is know 11 to
tht police ns "Old Manila." but now she
Is called "Poor Maltha Tnsli," .Martha w is
up again yesterday and she pleaded hard
with tho Judge to not send hei to the
woikhnuse. Sho told him that she would
never get drunk again, but she has ntti 1
the same woids before The Judee vs. is
In an amiable humor and he told Martha,
that he would make In r a Christmas pics,
ent by giving her a dismissal.
"Thank joii, Judge," mid Martha, hur
rying from tho court room.
ltOIUUtT n.K.lll.Mi IN 'KIH.V,
Tha biotch Capitalist l.onl.s Over HU Ivan-
sun City liiturt sis,
rtobert riemlng, one of tho pilnclpal
stockholders In the Metropolitan ,Strot
Hallway Coinpnny, nrlvtd In Kansas City
yesteidny morning and spent tho day In tho
city. In the foienoon he looked over tlm
books showing tho busluosuof the company
and In the afternoon, In company Willi
lieueial Manager Walton H. Holmes unci
Superintendent Conway r. Holinus, ho put
In tlm tlmo tiding over and Inspecting tho
vailous lines of the compan, and ills,
ctisslug tho many lmpiovemeuts and chang
es which It Is Intended to mako In the
neur future. Mr. Fleming left last night
for Topeka, to be ptesent to-day at the salo
of the Santa I'o securities,
oni: or Tin: limits iiit.M).
A Header of the ",1011111111" IIUcciv ors IIU
Inlercxt In I'ruislan t:.tiilc.
It woulld appear that at least one of tho
heirs of Joseph Wltascheck has beui found,
for Secretary Hummer received a letter
from a man In Coolldge, Kas., jesterday,
who claimed to be Albert A Ituscliei k, 11
son of Joseph. A recent aitlcle In the Join,
mil wits the llrst iiitlmutlou that the )oung
man had thut he was one of the hi Irs to a
poitlou of an estate In Prussia, His bttei
contained the Journal clipping Witabchcck
is an ciuplo.vo of Fied Harvc.y.
AblC A m:w ikiau
Tho i:qultublo liiiurauio ('iinip.iiiy Wants
thu 3lLl'lroy fuse Jtritpeiiecl.
There was filed In the federal couit yes
terduy a motion for a new trial In the case
of Mrs, McKlioy against the Hqultable I.lfe
Assurance Society of New Yoik, that was
decided in favor of Mrs, Mel'lroy last week
In which she wus given a venllc t for $.il,(i7,
the vulue of the policy tarilnl by her hus
band lit the time of his death. The In
surance people expect to get a new trial
or cany the case to tho circuit court of
W, 11. (ill.l.ll.X.M III.'AI),
Ubo lli'tlut ot tho IlucyrUK, Hut., Hobber
Dies of Ills In juries,
W. H. OUlhani, the Mlssouii Paclflo sta
tion agent, of Ilucyruu, Kas., who was shot
down while defending the railroad's prop,
erty by u masked robber Friday night,
died at the Missouri Pacific hospltul )es.
terday at 2.20 o'clock. No truco of tho
LifiUltfr Aiis tvtvji euiwaeu, .4
mautj up oi upTiu u;ii ouu luey i
tin: it it t tit t lit tut tiiti:i iii:soi)Ni:it
11 III its.s til I.
lit Until it tlciod I'tre Will
The human body Is
Ilk- a coal lite In
m my respects. The
rao I that goes Inlu It
V presents the fuel,
ccy 'SBn.v nii'l ii", it ii- ,m, 1 it,-.. ,,,
Sf'ftJtfc?Ts dlKesieil ashes or l-
59 ' 5i it S 7ST SlS ('',l ashes are harm.
2i'S'lW4c& ? '"""
r"wSi l" "" h ashes are pnU-
1 3SSVJ CS Nature keeps the
and ns it is inirneu or
birs of nur Brflte (the
k 1 ,1 ti e v si constntit-
l b are, and able to
ush. s , astthg them out of
1 lh. untie
Hie ashes of digestion, we
pio.lu. t of the tissues nnd
lime we move .1 muscle, turn our
in 1.1. rt oiir hntiil, everv time our noari
teats or our btnln thinks, n small portion
or each orKiin thus employed Is used up In
Th-se ashes or waste products nre also
lloth kinds lng nnd llsense the blood,
no 1 pnisnn tnd lirltale the various orgttis
If ibe ki itevs do nut work propi rlv these
tniMis ii, pit tlnoHii out. but collect and
i'o Ii r in
l-o Dr It "lib's Spin -us Kldncv Pills.
r, k " 11 v mi a li s an I Impurities, keep
th Id' 1 I, if an I i" re and let vour
Hi 11 "i 1 f titui! tin-111 illv nnd healthfully
I ii' , 1 1 1 r tiox 1 1 0111 'ill diiiKttlsIs or
mi- lose iu 1 is in stamps
or silver dlrei t to the
Chicago San Francisco
Interesting 1 ml in-
Ntructlvc llnnk on
Kllne Health and
Illood rilteilng Free.
IN TRUE FOOTPAD STYLE.
daiiims (-111 ft 1: co.vtitn 1 i:i tiv 01:0.
.mii.i.i.ss ami iii;i:i- iiivim:.
He Id I'p nnd Itiililii'd 'I cc 11 Other Itet.ls nt
Mxty.lWn Cents nnd 'I hen I Iretl
I Ixo shots at lliem Aro
Two onng highwaymen nnmed Oenrge
Jlulllns and Heit Devine, each aged li
jenrs, helel up Itoy Shaw nnd I'irl Will
iams at 0.30 o'clock csterdciy moinlng at
Tenth and "I," road, Kansas City, Kas.,
and robbed them ot a iiocketltook con
taining cents. Five shots were tired by
the hlghvvavmeii at the other bo)s after
the ciime was committed.
Last night Detective James Walsh and
Thomas Cahlll, ot the Kanas City, Kas ,
police force, nnested the boH at their
homes on l'lghth street near Ohio avenue.
They were locked In a cell at No. 2 police
station In that cltv and will be sent to the
state leform school.
Shoitly after 0 o 1 lock xesterdny morning
thi'se two boys we re loitering around Tenth
stii'Ot anil "I." road when Hoy Shiw
ami H.irl Williams came along. .Weanling
to the stoiy told by the bojs who did tho
holdlng-up, one of the other bos made
the remark that they could have all the
money they could "filsk," At this M11I
llns and Devine dcrlnreel their Intentions of
holding them up One of them pioduced a
32-callhcr revolver and told the beijs to
hold tip their hands. Alter searching oung
Slaw and Williams and taking what
money they had, i, cents, word was given
lor them to "move on," which tiny glidly
did but not fast enough for the boj rob
bers, as live shots were Hied by the Mul
llns boj , one ball barely mi-sing the head
of one of tho lleelng bovs.
The dating robberv was reported. In 'the
police mid Detectives Wtlsh and Cahlll
el. tailed to Investlgite. The ollli ers wi'le
soon on the Hall and at 1 o'cloi k last
ovcnlng .1 nested the lioj, s at their home s.
The bovs nppeaied not to mind thedr nr
lest and talked fieely of the robbery and
gave the full details itoth of the bojs
are bad cb.iracteis, Mullins having once
been taken before the piobnte Judge for
some pettj offense. He was ndeased on n
promise of good behavior Devine Is nn
orphan and lives with an aunt, while his
companion lives at home with his parents.
I wo I.lv es s.jneel,
Mrs. Phoebe Tlionin, of Junction City,
111, was told bv her eloctois she had Con
sumption nnd that there was no hope for
hut, but two bottles of Dr. King s New
Dlscoveij completely cured her and she
sa.vs it saved her life Mr. Thomas Kg
gers, 133 Florida streut. Sin Francisco,
hiitlcred fiont n dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried without result eveiy
thing else-, then bought one bottle of Dr.
Kings Nciv Dlsceivet and In two wee.ks
was cured. Ho is uaturallv thankful. It
Is such results of which these ate sam
ples, that prove the wonderful etlkacj of
tins iiieciuiue in cougns 11m coins -iva
cent tilal buttles at the eli ug stoles of H
C Alunlel, noilhwest corner Fifth and
.Main sliects. I'o. I. 1 111.11111 ,x II. ill. 11, I1I1
mond ding stoit (till Main stieet, ,1. (iilf
tlihs. Palace drug store, northwest corner
Miln mi I Twelfth streets, itegulur sUe,
Mc und 1.00.
Xteii mill Itoy singers
The choir of St. George's cathedral will
pusent a unique entertainment next
Thuisday evynlng, nt Scottish Itlto hall,
01.' Walnut stieet. A vc.ir ago ISIshnp
Atvvlll 0rg.1nl.ied the vested choir to idng
the services In the cathedral Thev have
now oriainUc'l as the SI. fleoige's Cathe,
dial Choir Association with tho object of
innie thorough musical study and to meet
the necosf.uy expenses Involved ami to
hi ow theli ft lends what their llrst vear's
study has accomplli-lW. They will on
Thuisilaj produco a miscellaneous pio
grammi of glee, pan songs, nnrseiy
ihjmts and heavier music. Tie Uets tuny
be obtaleed at the music stores, of the
choir iiieiiileis, 01 at tne 11.111 111 tno itiuge
Coughs and colds are etingerous Intnilcrs.
Hxpel ihm with lUUKi.u'xOiM-.nt 'Ionic
l'Aiihuu'i li.vtii 11 ii.s.wtiieistiiBlialrurowth.
The ."Vlin.1 I'uiMilur lllgbwil of Travel
Penetiatlng the principal cities of the Hast
the shoili'St line between Chicago and
Unstoii, with solid thiough trains tit Nt vv
Yoik city vli Foil Wiiiiie. Cleveland and
Hultalo. and the only line via these cities
having coloied potter on Its Hist and sec.
0111I 1 I.isb dav coaches nt the disposal of its
pa-inns. Is the NICKF.I. PI.ATIJ IIOAP.
whose unexcelleel tialn seivlco and most
Ubeial talcs have long been lecoguled
by east bound Haveleis. .1 Y. Calahaii,
'ner.ll ugent, 111 Adams hlieel, Chkago,
('heap Co li.
Now Is the time to buy, jour coil, while
von can buy the best lit tlm market at thu
teillovvlng low pilces, elcllveieel'
Cherokee and Weir City Lump
and l.gg ;,.. H Wper ton
cheiokee and Weir City Nut.... 2 'iiperlon
Itlch Hill Shift Lump :: 71 nor ton
CUNTitAl. CflAI, .4 t'OKK CO .
lv'elth .t Petty bldg.
Nul 11 II ink Itoliber, but 11 Vagrant
Winn the police nirested Thomis John
sou, alia Daimhert last Satunlaj. they
thoiihhi til had captcir d "Kid" Dough,
eiiy, who is wanted In Nortonvllle. Kas,
foi helping to rob a bank in Mu Dough
iitj proved 'hat he was pot th- bank 10b.
tr 111 I est 1 lay he was arraigned In
puile. e mi 10 answer to u vagtancy
eh irge Jit-t-je Jones sent hlm to the woik
hou e fur 1J0 d'tvs '
"jVjer's Sirsipirlll.t H tho best medlclno
In the world. M d niylitcr, Katie, had -a
ielJo atlt-raii attack of the measles, due
to tiklng cold, bliu was ne.ti ly blind,
couldn't see anv thing, wan obliged to remain
la a tljik room all the time. The doctors
could give hei no lelief; 0110 ot them di
rected ma to give her Ajer's Sarsaparlllu.
'! wo bottles cined her ronitlelelv." Joiik
11. tioont:, Otrlck, Jto., A.uj. -JS, 1S03.
-1- . - 1
-1 . r ih .
Hi. 1.1 ii ni 11
iw I - 1
h IV II W,IM
HEAT SHOULD NOT BE EXTRA.
SO SAY IIU, THAU I.INU .M-,N MHO
TAIli: IKIIIMS A I H0ll:t.s,
A .Mitiemeitt tn Seriire All the I nniforlii nf
lrmprrntiirn Wllliout Aiblltleins to
lliclr ltllls-.-tlost Until. Itpsdlly
liceele to the Itiqumt.
Fnder tltu dlrocllon nnd ndvlco of the
tmtlonitt hotel ooinliilttee, the olllccrs of
Ihn Travelers' Protective AsiKlnllon have
oMned n campaign iiKulnst the custom ot
hotels charging extra for tiro In the rooms
oce iiplcd by thiv cling sub smeii. The work
Is being dlt ctfxl by the untlonnl olllcet
Irom Kifavetti', Ind., sml of the I11111
diTds of tvplli" thus far received In le-i-lionse
to the Inqulrtes sent out there has
been but olio refusal. The asoe lutlon bus
sent to the proprietors of nuili.t leadltnr
hotels in the ictuiitry, a. cln tilar letter ask
ing that Willi the new jour the Hit 'extri'
be dropped from the list und that puiprle-tctl-s
nisi) consider the hi lion of limiting
tx'lra for siiuple itsiins w li n in til 10 eases
out of (ell the salesman hlups In the loom
lisesl as 11 siimple ixtoiu und makes no extra
trouble ot- annoyance for an v one atioiit the
hotel. 11 In explained In the littir that
then- Is tin Inijcntt or nut intended, but
tho teqiiest Is maile fot the purise of
eipinllzlnir the Inuiletis of the have lor mid
seeiirlng for hint the tlshts he really de
ss 1 v OH
The matter of lltxrs In the looms occupied
bv guests Is an exttn that is Id geliernllv
by the hotels In the outside places and
smaller cltliti. The men , lalui mat the
hotel Is charged with the dutv of housing
Its guests with lensomible comfort at the
priee lived per dnv, and th it when buineH
requires the man ahull stiv in bin r.wim
he Is entltli'il to bent and other comforts
Thev have a general gilev nice against the
hotel stove ulijway, and elalni 1 tl.et It never
suinki'S exciqit when thej nte In the loom
and then never uses tho c hlmm ) ptovldul
for that purpose.
All or the Knnsns Cltv hotels of Im-iHirtance-
nn steam heat.d nml thus are
able to furnish heat In every room all of
the lime, and so have little ns" for tires
at ativ time. .Many of the high irle ed
tMilti'S In the hotels nie titled with fain v
grates, and In these the mole fastidious
guests sometimes older tin The 1 nates
Ious m.iKes no chaig, s Their extra
prli ed a 1 nminiidatlons have the grates and
their llxe-d rates enable th-tn to fiirnMi
11 glowing bed of embers without extra
charge. The .Midland makes charges r ,r
llres In gralis on the reasoning that Willi
proper ste-ain heat am eluplbatlon of con
veniences Is unnoccssnrv and should be
charged to the paity oiderlng It They
have few calls for llres In the grate's I'he
other hotels vvl ore gr.itew are kept seldom
have a call, nnd some of them chargo and
others do not.
KNKW Itl.AI.NK IX llOYIIOOD.
Dentil of "Warren 1'nlrs, I'romliient In M11
snnlo and l'yttiim Circles.
Tho Knights of I'ythlns and Miiwns lost
an hnnoreil member in the death of arien
Pales, who died a few minutes ofter 3
o'clock jestenl.iy morning Mi Falcs, who
was latterly .1 stock raiser at Ponder, Neb.
was also proprietor of tho Canadian loom
ing house, at lOPi K.ist lllglueenlb stre, I
He li.nl for a long time been Ideutltlid
with thu Knights of Pvlhlns In 1X77 he was
eleputv gtanil chancellor of Malm, mil
Sheiltll beforo Ills death he teielvel Ills
1 oiiimlssiciii as district deputy (.rand chan
cellor nf lodge' No. ill
Warren Falcs was born it Fartnlngton
Me. fi'l years ago, and In bis xnuth wis
a perctml friend ot James C, Itlnln . He
bad been a sulTerer from rheumatism for
.some months before his ele.uh. Mr Fates
leaves .1 wife and lour suns Frank, the
eldest, Is prlnclp il of schools at Allen.
Neb. ltalph Is a bookkeeper In Omaha,
"Wesley Is somi'Whero In Montana, and Ki
inonil ls.it Itancroft, Neb
The boely will be sent to IS-incroft, Neb.,
at 7.M) this evening for burial.
ciiAi(tii:i) wiiii c.v.tiiu.i.sc.
Several Arrests Made Yestenlnv for loln
timi of City Orillnitiu es.
John D Cooper, of West Ninth street,
C. i: Hadon. of Cential and Hlglith
streets, and W. S. Itlbb, of Sii Delaw ire
which Is the present location of Wills ,v
Norton's saloon, wero all nriestid jister
day by Police Olllcer l.ongan on warrants
from Justice Walls' court, clinging th m
with running open gambling dens in vloli
tion of the stati law' against sii -h vo 11 Hon
The three men were urralhiu d .nil a I
mitted to 4-W bill each, to appeal for hear
The complaints ngalu.st Cooper. Hnv 1. 11
and Ilibb were swoin out In Assl-i in'
Pisecuilng Atteiriny I.-ithrop and evvoin 10
b It. IJowmau, who is said 10 bo a 'n
qui liter of the ilnti rent gambling h 1 is .
in Kansas City Mr. l.athioii si it. 1 1 1-1
evening that he had not known 01 Mow 111 in
until he came to hlm in his otlli , in th.
cilllilll.il 1 ourt building eslei,li inciting
and requested that warrants l ..m 1 1 u
'111 ClIIU.Sl I.V.N VlltMl ITOI'l.i:.
A Large Muss .lleetiug tn He Held at the
(iilt.iry llaptlst I liureli 'lo-nlgln.
The Christian joung people ot the v irl
ous denominutionsj of this ilt, in 1, 1 u '-enl-e
and Kans is City, Kas, m ti 1 .1
mass meeting of special lntere si t . th Ir
work In the Culni IPiptlst chord Ninth
and Hat risen streets, to-night in W.
A. Quash-, pistor of the Indip 1 in ,
Avenue M H e hure h, will dellvei in mI
dress. on '-Visible Chrlstlanilv ' Tin- wi'l
be prei e ded by a shmt devotion il m 1
lug, leel bv Mr A W Schepp. uf lh. Mil. s
Avenue Ilapilst church. Piofe-sm i,,.( ,h
Hoaie will li.H. eh.irge of th, in 1 1 il
pi ogi. imine lie will liu asslste 1 li a
chorus of fifty voices.
Indies lube.. Pardonable Pride
In beautiful teeth, which oniapiure the lie
hnlder when the speak, smile or sing Thts
clinrin ls ceinfeireel b pure, nromnil Si 1
.OIKINT. wbli h has no compeei. though
.11 tides reprise nlcd to possess propiiiles
Identical with It are sometimes sulci to the
unsuspecting as suusuiuics,
lag l.e e's As.etN.
Ylng I,ee, a, Chini'so meichani on West
Fifth stieet, was lit led out with li ir
guv eminent rreelentlals at the otll e 01 S111
V e-5 Or of the Foil Walsh cstei.lav , an I will
leave during the lomlug week tor his oil
home 111 Foo c'hcio, where In- Is to i.iiiiilu
for eight months In Ills statement of as
sets hu claimed that hu vsas woiih S.'.xo)
i)f this amount he had l,::i) In cash an 1
accounts and Jl.r-'o In his stoi k of 111. r
chandlse lu his place of business " lug
has been awn fiom the celestl il empire
for twelve veins and expects to have many
Interesting experiences while in ids native
l'eiriiicTly a Kaunas (lljin.
Will C. Pelot, tepicsentlng Morgin .t
Wilght, of Chicago, is In the clt to-day
as advance agent tor the car "U audi rer. '
that Mi-ssis. .Morgan ,x: Wrlgnt nie sending
lived- the Failed States, aoenmpanhd by
twelve traveling men, denionstiailng their
new tire. Mi Pilot used to be a Kansas
City newspaper man und man) of his old
haunts and neiiualiitnnceH weio glid to
welcome hlm Hi will spend a f. w d.iS
In the city, going over his old stamping
'I hose Complaining of Sorn llirnit,
Iloaraetims, or "taking cold," should use
llioun't tlianthlut roc-A(,i,"t)oldonly luuoxes.
Will .llaiiilaiiins the Campt toller.
Attorney Prank H. Dexter stated yester
day thm he was Htlll busy prep nine the
writ In order to mandamus t'iij Coiup
Holler Shannon to compel him to show
cause why he should not apptovo tin bond
of W. !.. Cameton us siipeilntendent of
tin wattr works, Mr, DeMer said that ho
thought thu papers would be completed to.
day. He did not state In which voiirt the
application would be asked,
lleriKi't Mutt Hu Paid,
County Collector J. V. McCurdy ester
day entertsl complaint in Justice Case's
court churglng It. Michaels. Jeweler, OJa
Slain street; It. N. llershflefd, J. weler,
l.'O1.' Main stieet, nnd W, J, HerkowiU,
printer, at lOIti ilraud avenue, with on
ductlng their places of business without
licenses. They were each at rested and
arraigned In the afternoon nnd gave ?1W
ball each for uppeuranco Thursduy,
A warrant has
Walls' court for
been. Issued In Justice
the arest of Charles
''JIG Hast FlcliUeiith
street, charging hi
nious assault upon
be anestcd to-da
lila uppeuiance. T
ill with making a felo-
u, ti. i.an.ua. lie win
y und give bond for
he assault Is alleged to
to have been nude
wmi a. nuge Kuue.
Free Lecture at liruud Avenue Church,
Mr. Henry Wollman. a prominent attor
ney of this city, will deliver tho second
lecture lu the Grand Avenue lrtworth
League course of free lectures to-night in
the Urand Axenue church. Mr. Wollman's
subject will be. "Judah P. BeuJamJu.". Thts
public, U iiiUlalX luvi'cci,
S Just the thing for a
Any lady will apprcculc Siuli ausclul and bcmllftil gift a. our
"SGOvill's si Gold"
Complexion Powder g
nni' u Hi,, ideiinninlexinti nnwcler Ivatttifvltnr. refreshlmr. cleanly. ,-
J, Poz-oni's is tlio ldc.1l complexion powder Ivautifylng. wfrcslilng, cleanly,
) healthful and lurnilccs.
l . lioth at your drticuKts or fancv goodx dealers 50c. or nulled on receipt
) ..(...:..., A.i.1,.,,. I A ltn7IIM lill.lllMAI'At I'll.. It I.llllls. Mil.
WE'RE VERY BUSY PREPARING
For You, and a Welcome One. Don't Fail to
Watch for It. It Will Pay Yon Big.
glpM S pi fc M s& m
b 501, 503, 505 Main Street, Southeast Corner of Fifth. 1
C I lio Hull Hat No (MitiiM mi 1 1 li mi) Otlur lloiiii' 3
" Hi Uiilitlts ur Mihviiiu I -
nn A'ej;t 9(li Street, Kansas City, Mo.
Till) Ol 1 Kldllbl.i lliirtnr. Ilbli.t III .tin-, i.m;pet Imillnl. A Itrcnl&t
l.r.iiluulo in .l.viile luc (Her 7 lourit hiiciiii! I'l.utl-f.
Autliorlenl bv tlio si im to t n .it CHRO'lIC, NHV(W ani Sff' IAL V ('r'A". ftircu
Ctl 111 I tee ' eir 111 .e . 1 I illeil I A i
Hi llfl 111 I llMm 1. J'lllll-llt lilt llel'
sen, . ..Lrjwh. .n. In . In.ia Conrbr-e I. !.;.(
rXprriLllt t) ll TO inipuriUlil. Cl.it yi rusu auu euuii iui tviiMi. V.V. JMvt..w- .- -- "
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, QZ'Zll?)
nroilui'mi; InPS. itlmple rllitul blntihrsc a llin f i. i'.iu-Iii s of blue, I tn In .id, pi iui In baiL, (ur.-lii(illiliasaiiilforl(,itulm-.i,ba-,utiilie
,mi, n tn i, m i. ti ,.-t rd xt il p r. I..-S of
inanhood, .li run df ir ll'e- 1 ( .iimi pu I nl'iit b-t-- i i ib.-t oil tpitir,i..,turoncn(i
und bra-iu puwer, e.ul.u,;e lii-ei Mri Ub'tbeu H e'al. parti t.uit u,ae,o J uii til lur Jai i u, e'.
C.-eMlIc lnttrrrlblo(llh.,ibc!tiiilllnIC,.J,.fnrf jicnnnnnntlv rnreil wlthjiit
bypnUlS, j.rnmiii.d Mi.'ch (iir.a I.tI-1- IUH.i.1 U. u,isU., u tiln bouid -i ("
llfo. Itlooellil'einin', Skin In-e-.e-erH, I'li'i-i, jhiiinda Nopi'n, net i rpobuio. I'tien'. can
Kwellln;?.Sori-n,,i.norrhu'iuiid(.leet,:iiidnllliiotliotr. .iln . niaWiuuit.
inonVrofi,r,'.a"!t l'0alUvely tuua ur Rheumatism lll ,1
lin.U' fur Ihttli FPWit mp:it!0i, Srpl.turoH, .-.I IIIJlL'lli:. 'I'lm ;r.-a:vl, .1 . v.-ryln tbo
DUOII truo to lib', villi lull ilpw-rfptmii nf jaimaHif iiixllclui. ('!. I'l'innniiluli J
nbnvoriHej-e's, lime (Ti e unud ciiu', t- nt hMl-tewit im(Ii' Icti r (.t.d p i'n In ji 11.11,-
oitlilil4lrmr.iiipfrfirr.'.lit.iip. HeadtUlalnirn In a fow uu Simd (.'.en.it of cast,
Ultle buok uud aaa.vcr Hot of ipieations. I w.iriit.iiiii fur eireulai. ""
Free Museum of Anatomy RrXH0unl?ir.,:wn,ih0 ?"." "
llfiidiUoiaodela and .x flBUrfS iloei'ly luiprvaa tUo luiad; u iiUoul ot in- SjnJaya 10 to 12.
atruoiloii UMTinon wiiliont vnrUn. ....,.,,
N . Ai(;oorf.noj(trf In ihe hunk, uhlch n.1 forfeit Ur otsu dlar.iea thai I rnanot cura
J. H.TSCHUDY HARDWOOD LUMBER CO.
(tele, Ab, (Sinn, ( lierrv, Miilniil. rnplitr, lllil.nr), lint t nut,
lUil OeJur, .MaliiiKiiiiy, Itnl M le (Jumie-r Mitie-el Keel .tuel Wtiltu Onk,
lliililwiinel I leiiirlll;;,
I'upbir Miuiien, Aii,'ttii sl"il-. Ilelmur meet Neoful hi ink,
liiiril nnd Olllei',
W, D CLiitiie, Press, J W IliliHLy, Uec
A. A.Tom.iHoN, V Pros. C It Huckwiiu., Treii
OP KANSAS CItfY, HO.
hit tohk urs nuuuins.
Accounts, sulijpot to chock nt
sight, received iVoin individuals,
ili'ius nnd corponuions on the
most ftivomblu tonus.
Legal depository for Court am!
Act its Executor, Guardian,
Adtninihtrator and lteceiver,
aUo as Regutrar and Traiibfef
Acent for Stocks and Bonda.
t. i-'i:i,i.x (iiitiw t'ii'i nitii:.NTAi
l!IttiA.II,(llt .li.KJKAI.lSiaVt I'llII.H,
iiridutv J .ill, i tuittlf, ririIf
UutkilVt ln, Hii,uU bli)4ijj
tv, ini try LliUiUL vu Wu
tctot 45 an.ftnd
J Lr(ulvi w
u to Uikurvll
w pruptrlj tnuiiv
inmt no counter
feit of sliitlUr U4iu.'
Ui L A btsiv IO
toft UUjcf Uwlit'it
ton ( iAtUut, MAi
Tou Illt ViiU UM
cbeni, I rttommriKJ
t tL Ut titriurul
ot all th hkln DrtLt
trilUni II Vn v i. h I m V
"N. til DruttfUW nuil k'uer
-OoodB .Drfclrrf.ln tbo U. ,
luu, ua turop,
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111 llillclli I" " i , .
- l.llli utri-ILiel I S II ml Il "li II l I Me ell- n ;
t,.r;., low. Uvr. '"'' -. !" ' '! 'til
tl.lt U llinailii nj,
ii t'.'.xs ci iv, iiissoriti.
E3 IP PS' OOCOJ
"Ii a tlUMOUKb KtlelUbdt,i llf tile' n It 111 it
I 111 3 Illeil ,uilll tile' ope lalloilB (It dlK
IK. II lllld lltillttlull III) I 11) e lire fill UI pi!
(lltlelll lit the- line' pretlKltleM eit IM II
Mi. 1 iit li. ii, piuilde'd for ii ir
.llll II. I
In. aM.isd nnd kiippei ii l. lie ci ti 1 H.noi, I
liiMiitKi' v iileli urns Mie iis iiiiiii Ii. in y
line lent WIN. It l by th' Ju lb Inns n-i' '(
bin Ii mile leu of diet tbut a . nlifcl lliitl.oi
inu be Kiii'lti'tlly built mi until t-irniu
lllutlpll IO lislht l'l'l te-llilelliy to elWe .!(.
lliunlie ds nt kUbtb' iiwiln.li. h nie- tlu.itlii
ainiiiid us leii'iy to iiiii.l; win ii ii r tbeiu
Ih u wi-.il: point Wu lain i-ki-apw in.inj .1
tilt.ll all. Ill by KecpuiK olHSilM'a Mill tillll
lli el with pmo blond nnd ,i pinpfrl lioui
Ulnd fi.nm "-('il .Si'iibi' (i.i.edti
Mule- tdinpl) wnh boilliiK wiltci or milk
renld oiil in i:ilf-uuni tlim, bj C I (Kits,
l.ll i leel thus
.IVllls I.IT- A CO., I.ld. lb'liKuiialhtc:
i lie'iiusu, London, Hiudanu
I'jr Ti'tod I'rxo.
h.ltl.flll' bill (iu.leMlltl'I'il,
IIKIO .MAIN ST..
Iiuuiu, (It), .tin
TO IALD HEADS
Ue Mill mtiiluu4illra.
to urow Lair uihiii a lull
l.e 1 1, Hop fjlllllff lijll
llttnbtlu Mid. llliptourj,
Ul Kant Third Mrccl,
au suw iveel,
n We Sell
At lower prices than any !
Music House in the Honth-
ve3t. That's a statement
that will hear repeating ;j
over and over again, lit
cause it is a (act
And it'a U
l lilUl VV C VVellll UVCI) tl U
pectivc piano buyer to ver-
i(y. Whatever may be the j
reason, we know our prices JJ
are the lowest and that an
intelligent comparison v,'ill
prove it. We want you to J
make the comparison.
J! Illsli llriulc I'lnnn. for t'mb
ii "r "" I''"' aiontb.
J. W. .Icukius' Sons,
I'll Mnln St.
Clem B. Altman,
Will save you at least
On everything in the Jewelry
line. Yon know we
707 MAIN ST.
PhatORr.iphtd from life,
.-.liL'storei Vitality H
n J i "i.
"oi li ,euy.
t in: rim i ni pi
I Itl.M II III Ml 1),
Dr. Delap's New Tonic Pills.'
l'i elu i (In. iiboie re ult in .0 n YS
-.e, l.e iiii.u- ii , i i,e,ie rfn ly
iiin iiu kii i ore'. ntti. r Ml. in)
"i nn, nn n Mill ii . il i i tt
niiuhi id im old men I ', u,er
" i ' iiiiiiiii ui,or It i i h,y nul
I -iie.ie ,eir,s ."Sllll" 'NI,iS
.111 1 'luni e X e's, n . ,!,,,
il I 11 tt llllllli nlv K, i .. I ., .OT
l'ii Ml AM ITA1.I I IMI'O.
I 1.' 1 NUilll'ia I l LS.-. Nrt
I Ml lll MI.Mll(, t ths J ,S
i '-!-. in i i.i, e'li,. i i . ie, uei
hi e m i --, luni iniiiKi ii tn.n win h un
in- inn mr in irii,ik i iin.i or
-in 'i II ll.it OH lllle I, I 1KHIR
ii t ii -, ii ,,f tin dl-p ili i
li it M lt i: Tii.Mi' ii. I I in H
I I lill ll.lt It brliiB-. In 1. the 1 .SI
ell i'S III I'Al.i: CHI l K- .,1 p
-I n, - till .-lti: ill' i il I It (i ai I
in Miur driiKKlst kImih j .i III
1 l - no thir I. i i i a
1 ii I in I trniii th" pros i ti en ' rH
11- I.l til' HI f It I'l't II I'JSI.
iii iihn b ir hud tl ii i
jrnil't hrtspii.il and nth ., In 1 . n i
nil ili.ll-e Ilpell.lM e in I, itn,l
111 '-t Ili I .-'111 b inn ( ,
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i m K i.i s i i u i wiiii
W I I I I I i.l MUM1 I r I I. SI
mill 'I Hi. eilt I. Ll'l ND 'IIU
P 'N I
JOHNSON BROS,, Druggists,
ii M.un Htrei-t, K in-.ii Clt, Mo
OLDEST AND ORIGINAL
io West ytli St., Kniistis City, Mo.
I.CTKbni: and Mut, Surcestul .SptcUlUl in
Illood, s'eruui unit L'ruurs Ulae-asci,
IC Vflll urn disrnur-
'" uu I illur.1 ut
ih)Niniiiiis ein tilt
l)r. II J. W'liittlfr uiitl
rce'dlie tlio I'lindld
nplninn pf a phjididau
lull Uiiomii for expert
Syphilis for llfo
once bull and Inttu-.
'nricncpii. mi.x .; ''
Kupture, no vin orjNo promises made that
euttiiiL-. iioou troo.l cannot be fulfilled.
Ilniiiiuri'iitiiii'tU fiirnlihfd tmnU cot. wln'nUo
llre'd, and tent aiiwlicre) locuro from ol.miittou.
McellelDi't uerrontC O II.
Coiuuluilon, bUnk and I'rlnary Aiulrill Free.
'PA ol liilfTr( In men uuli, br
TC lllj' .eali'il, (i eenta laui'., trie
Call or uelil rest la contltlcncr,
DR, H. J, WHITTIER,
10 We.t .Mntll bt. KANSAS t-'l I V, fill).
nit: iui. tii.vr i.iiiiui()aii:i shisv is
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VACUUM OIL GO.
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
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