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TTTK KANSAS CITY JOriLVVL, TH-snAY, DKCKiUlYKK 17.1995".
ELECTION CASES DELAYED,
dijsi'i.iiati: rittutrs of Tin: iiami
tc ,otn (.omimi HI lit I At.
Mny nnil .Mnr.in WW llntr llirlr Mnllnn
tit Qiimli ,rttiel Tliiir-ilnrt'liiil
lrj'-i ('iien ('cntlntt(Ml In I'rli
rnnrj 1," Other Court .Nririi
The crlintnM court room nt In.lcpon'lrnfr
yosliTdny n.i well nilel with ti itMrinll'm
of N'orth rn.l election manipulator, of IiIkIi
iiml low elrii Nearly nil of. the rni in
vvhlrli MolMlon Of election Uwn arc
chnrKNl Were on the docket ye-HTtJiij nnil
thin eniifed uniimil Intereil. John Mnv,
John .Moran, cx-llceareler C. S. OwoIpj. 1.1
'lnipy, It O. llrlitovv, tteorite llormnnn,
MoPs Morrlon and Tho N. Hamuli
formed the tllnr contilelltuion, nn.l th"i
were harked tip by n arr. of le-ml talent
ll vms well known yeMerclny 'hnt the
defence would mike an nttempt to etae off
the (mil In faet, the lauvor-i came
lo-idiM with !n iolnt nUIle'lcnt to Inl-r-it
the court for n half lii .Iinltre Wnf
fonl took up the motion made In the Slav
nnd Moron en, in which application vim
mnde for the remonl of the cam-i to I'litd'
City for.trlal, on the umiind that May and
Moran were Diddled twice for the time
offense, unit the lndlrtmnt nt Platte a.
filmed priority over the more reeent Indict
ment. The enie In Pintle county haUnir
heen dlmli"ed leH no Inn-tlbl irronnd for
the application, and the application win
overruled without illciislnn The attor
neys for the defendintu then llled n motion
to niinh the Indictment The motion to
rttt,-ih hrl'lled with legal teehnlcnllllci, cal
culated to act n barriers between the dc
fcno nnd n trial
The motion alleged that the Indictment
(lid not set out nitlcrntl the nature of tho
charge brotteht axiilim the defendant";
Hint the Indli ttncnto do not tate tin of
fne, nnd that the d'fendant have n rlitht
to know the pc. Hie chnrip Attorney
"Walh MlEKeiteel to the court that It would
take nt leat n half dn to nrgite the mo
tions llled In the cae, nnd Jnelc Wofforel
ret Thurdnv for the hearlne
With thu array of le.il talent on hand
yesterday, there Is eeiy Indication that
the ir-ini." expects to make n hcrciilcn
effort to keep from koIiiK to trial. Should
the motion to rpmh fall, the application for
n chane of mu to some other ocuinty
will he the next local obstacle thrown In
the way of a speedy trial.
I'd l'lndlcy, churned with lolatlnn of
eUn tlon lnw", had III" case called yesterday.
Slate's Attorney N'enl wax anxious to ro to
trial on this case, and announced that ho
was ready. l'ln.lle, however, was not
nnxloti-, nnd, after considerable argument,
the case was set for 1'ebruaiv In.
Ocoi-ri Herftman, Moses Morrison nnd
T. ". Hansen Ind their rows set for the
15th of February This disposed of the
election on.es until Thuid.iy. at which
time the motions will be argued.
SAY THEY WERE POOR MATCHES.
Hut They Scnoil tn fire n Ccintroiersy 11-
tlTce-n n Local .lubber unit Two Miiim-
fill turlllc lMrms.
Here Is nn account of a law suit over
Jersey matches, which evidently wouldn't
bum. Consldeinble light will bo thrown
on It when it comes to trial. J'erhaps, too,
the nttofrnevK will hno to stiike some of
the samplts hy way of evidence.
Sollldn Iiros., proprietors of the Invinci
ble Spice mills, at Sixth street and Ilro.id
wuv, have brought suit In the circuit court
ii.ilnt the United States Match Company
and tbo Safe H.ubor Match Company, of
Caiiuleu, X. J., char-Tin them with having
tricked them Into buying a carload of
matches that were worthless and theii
trvinir to collect nn acceptance which they.
Sollldav llros., nave The Solllday (lrm
deals In wholesale groceries and notions.
Jist summer It entered Into nn agreement
with the two match companies thiough
their distributing agent, John I. Mori Is.
He had a carload of matches on the track
here, w hlch he sold to the Sollidny Hro.
In consideration of their being made tho
Jobbers for the two companies In the west
ern pari of Mlssouil, In Arkansas Kunsni
nnd the Indian Territoij, the jobbing points
on tho Missouri river north of Sioux Cltv
and 111 Xebrnskn. The car which the Sol
lidny llros took contilneil l.i. gross (it
matches They afterwards signed two nc
ceptanres for these goods, each beitif? for
They soon found the matches didn't suit
them, so refusal to honor the nceept.ini es.
'In September, they stato tn their petition,
one Prank IMijter induced them to com.
piomlso the m itter and sign u third ac
ceptance" In the amount of $0i. They
claim that slnm then Plni ter, who was in
the cnnspliacy with the two nntch linns.
Ins tried to collect this compromise accept
ance, and by so doing has Indued them to
the extent of N,t0 They desire the con
ciliation of the acceptance and Judgment
for the amount of damage they believo they
A LONG CONTINUANCE.
The K.irragli Ilmili Wreikliic Ciisn C'lilleil
V Nt ribi but l'ditpuueil Until thu
March '1 erin.
dames C. Hnii,wh, ex-picsldent of tho
Kansas City Kalu Deposit an 1 Savings
hank, had his case called yesU rdnj In the
criminal court. It went over until tho
March term of tho criminal couit .it In
ch pendence for want 01 lime to trj. n.ir
ragh was tiled lor wiecklng tho savings
bank In the summer of 1MII, but the Jury
dlsngried H C Snttli v, his associate, who
is In the state penitentiary. Is now serving
time, being convicted on the same charged
piefciral against Mr liarragh.
A., I. Coulter, Charged With lhubelenieiit.
Al mil h ills nil t and Awaits s, nti'iu i.
A. J. Coulter, who was Jointly Indicted
with C. 1' Hill for embe .lenient from tho
Hdlsou Hlei trie I .lull t Company, wlthdiew
the ple.i nf not guilty In tho criminal court
.it Independence, xcgteidoy, nnd entured a
iih. i nt guilts ills sentuice )ian iaL jet
iieui llxed b Judge Wotlpid.
A hir was s'luiiil to hear tho evldeiicu
In the case hiought against Hill. He Is
charged with einlje.lemeut of $i;n from
his eiiiploveis. and the ptuM-ciitlnn Is being
conducted by the Ameilian Siiietv Com
pany, which g.ixu bond for Hill Tho de
fendant Is a voting man, heavy set, and at
uliu time was eulihldcreil a ptoiiilslng veiling
business man High living, it Is said,
ciumiI his piesent tiotible He is. defended
liv Attorney John trt.uidy, and a slicing
eiioit will be made to dNpiovo tho chuiKta
hiought In tho Indictment
ItKSl'ONslllll.ll'V til' ACJIINTS.
It Wuh Millliil On Olio 1'iilnt 111 tho Circuit
( iiurt Vetcrdii.
Tho Knw Ilriilt Company was awarded a
verdict against Hogxctt .xr Woodnnul yes
terday uioinlug In Judge Scuriltt'.s couit in
thn sum of 5111. The case, which was be
gun on Kalurd ly, settltd an Important
point in Intui.uue. The deft ndnnls placed
a risk for the cuiiiiiuuv wllh nn lusuiamo
company that Is said to he Insulvint. Some
time nfteiwiirds the Ivaw Jlilclc Couipanv 'a
woiks binned and the Insurance could not
he collected, The Impiiitance of the ver
dict lies III the fact III it the ngetita wero
held usponslble fur the manner In which
tin y placed tl Ir ilsks.
.11m. I'lillllpx Wiuilk Ili-r Allinouy,
Tho doniestk tioublet. of thu l'hllllpscs,
lbter H. 1'lillllps and .N'ctllo J. Pbllllps;
his wife, whhh have e'oiiiu up In the cir
cuit couit several times, bobbed up ugain
vektenluy .Mis, Phillips sued her husband
for Ulvoicu In September, l!l. Penil.
Ing u. deciie, iho couit emlerocl
that she bo paid alimony ut the
rain of 110 n, week In Juuuaiy following
this order was modilltd ut the uipitHt of
the defendant and it was ordered that ho
pay Mis, Phillips tut nt the end of each
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver, diz
ziness, sick headache, bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite, sallow skin.etc,
when caused by constipation;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book. Pills jo$ and
s$i a box. Book free at your
druggist's or write R, F. Allen Co.,
365 Canal Street, New York,
Annual tilci nigra tiiia COOO.OuO buxti.
x ---' it
Dandruff. H rnnovpil, prnv
lmlr rrstorcil to !ti tintiir.it
rolor, falllnc hair jirrvputi'd,
iiml tho growth of new lmlr
praniolPil, by (ho uo of
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
I month Y-ster.liv she had her atlornev
tile a petition asking Hie court to pln e Hi r
husband In cunt, nipt of court If he does
not p.iy her the litest Installment. 11 Is
nndeistood that the nionej 1ml already
been detiosltfil In the ilr-uit clerk's olllee
when the petition was presented lo Judge
CIITAIN lltlltlt'! IION'I).
1 he Trial of the sureties Wns Itrqim In
.lllllce sluii r's Cuurt Ypsterdll.
Yesterday nfternoon Assistant Postmas
ter C. X. Seldllt?, S C, llngaii.Countv Clerk
T. T. Crittenden, ex-Judges Philip J. Ilenn
and Daniel Murphv, of the county court;
ex-llepresentntlve Joi ph Iltist, ex-Collec-tor
Hnyes, .ludgc P M. lllnck and a num
ber of other persons w.10 have been more
or less connected with the nffalrs of tho
county for the past three or four ears,
were grtlhereil In Judge Shiver's court for
various reasons. The ease being tried was
that of Jackson rountv against the bonds,
men of Captain M. S llurr. for many venrs
eountv clerk, who died In September, nil
The bondsmen were J. S Chick. S C. Ita
lian, W. J. Anderson nnd Thomas It. Ilul
letie. The liond was llxed at $l",i"W, but nc
cording to the defense afier the shortage
In Captain Hurr's nccount.s wns discovered,
li wes found that the bond had been
changed lo $5,i). The bond hail been ex
ecuted and llled before either of these
facts came to light. Captain llurr t. short
age was dlscoveied In March, It'll, hy As
sistant Postmaster SeldilU, who was then
county accountant. The hearing will be
suit or a wai.i. hTiti:r.Ti:it.
Cno of Itrnyton Ives Agnlnst Severn! Par
ties on MII.IIOO .Nule.
Uravton Ives nnd Wlnthrop Smith have
sued S. !'. Scott, H IJ. Chllds, O. H. Hrown
and O. H. Xelson In the circuit court on a
promissory note for J10,fjii, executed to T.
A. Scott, In September, 131 The note was
secured hy KO slimes In the lllgln Live
Stock Company, of Klgln, HI , and If)
shares In the Hickory Hill Coal and Coke
Company, which weie placed with .1 S.
Chick, president of the National Hank of
Kansas City ,
llefore Its maturity the note was sold by
T. A. Scott to the platntirrs. The bank his
since failed. .lohn Perrj being the receiver,
llr.ivton Ives Is a New York mllllomilte
and" a YVnll street magnate.
AhKh AN ASSHJNKIi
Supervisor of I.oun Asscielatlons Moves
Against 11 Kansas City Cunrern.
Attorney W. C. Scanltt obtained an or
der of restraint ngalnst the Metropolitan
I.oin and Savings Compiny from Judge
Seairltt yisterday nfternoon about fi
o'clock. Action was brought in the name
of State Treasurer I.on Y. Stephens, who
Is ex olllcio supervisor of building nnd loan
associations. Tho olllce ol the comp my Is
In the Cirlmes building. The allegation is
that the nlfalra of the concern have not
heen conducted In accordance with the law
and an assignee Is askeu to wind up Its
uftairs. The case will come up next Thurs
day. The assets of the association are said
tn 'tie about $1,000, und Ita liabilities about
Curator Appointed for Ih.iiio i:. .IiicIihuii.
Isaac 11. Jackson, for forty yenrs a resi
dent of this eountv, nnd several times a
deputy marshal, w is adjudge el Incapable
of managing his nflalrs b.v a Jury in the
probate' couit jesterilay His son, 11. I.
Jack son. was appolnti'd curator of his
propel tv by Judge tinlnotte. Mr Jackson
wns seized with par. sis last March and Is
now an inmate of the St. Joseph usjliiiu
Ho Is Incuialily Insane. His property is
located not far fiom Mount kt. Mary's
Annie II. Koblnson was divorced from
John Itoblnson bv Judge Henry vestcrday
She was giante'd leave to assume her
maiden name, Annie IIon Nellie Prlng
was dlvotced from John Prlng in the same
Tho case of II. C. I.loyel, charged with
completing a lottery, w.ib uset tor
I.e e Anderson and Henry Williams wero
sentenced to three days each In the county
j ill bv Justice Jnvc visterduy for stealing
coal from tho railroads.
Homer I.ogan was discharged hy Justice
WnU vi.sterd.iy fiom thn charge of having
entered tho huiisc of J. II. Mitchell, on
drove avenue and curried away a epi.inil
ty of household goods that did not b long
Walter Wake, arrested under ,t charge
of assaulting with Intent to kill Thomas
Mnlnnei, the saloonkeeper at Twelfth and
Hickory streets, wns air.ilgned In tote Jus
tice Jovoo xesterelny and his hem lug set
lor Wi'elnenlay. He was committed to Jail
In id fault ot l,0m bail
1'i.el Wright, -wliei has heen wnntiel for
some time bv the riillro.nl police on sus
picion of being 11 member of a gang ot
hovs who have been stealing biass Join -mils
fiom tho railionds, was arraigned
ye-sterday before Justice) Joce und ro
celvesl a sentence of forty days In the
Charles Ilurnes, wnlved preliminary exam
ination hetoie Justice) U'nlls yesteiday
when nrrnlgiud on 11 charge of having
lobbed the lesldetico of Johnson I'niler
wood, 11 dry goods met chant at Tort South
west boiilevnnl Ho was committed to Jail
in default of tl.Oil to nwait the action of
tho grand Jury
John Devoto, charged with burglary, en
tered a plea of guilty In tho criminal couit
at Independence jvstonlay, nnd was sen
tenced to twelve) months in the county
Jill. Mlko if Connor, nn nssoclato of De
voto. lefiiseel lo enter a plea of guilty, nnd
went to til 1. He wus given two years In
A warrant waa Issued In Justice Hherl's
court yesterday for the arrest of Jim
Tailor, of 1015 chai lotto stieet, who la sold
to have a. m ml 1 for scaling shoes and
overshoes. Mar Williams, tin aged wom
an, living at Seventeenth und tlrove slieets,
claims to have) traced tho loss of sev
eral pairs of shoes to the pllfeilinj hnblts
of yaimtr Tn lor.
Thomas Dobbins nnd Oscar Hughes nro
two joung men who are wanted In Justlco
Spiu' couit for stealing an oveicou from
Frank lleattj The watiant for their 111-re-it
was sworn out yesterday b Mr.
llentty, hut, before the constable could
place It In execution, Dobbins and Hughes
were nnalgncd before Police Judgo Jomy
and sentenced to twenty-live ds In tho
vvoi khouse lor vugraney They will bo nr
inlgned on the other charge preferred by
Mr. Heatty when they are released from the
The case of tho flutta Porcha and flubber
Jluniifucturlng Compiny against the K.uu
sua City Tire Department nnd Hupiily
Company was tried iaterday In Judge
Dohson's couit Attorney James C. Itleger,
for the Missouri Nuilonal bink, had g.u
iilsheeil 4-oine of tint uasels of the supply
company, und the manut.ictuilng company
hid iittuclu'd them on the ground that ho
had not acted promptly Chief Hale and
Muster Mechanic I.on 11. Hale tcstltkd.
Judge Dobson took tho case tinder ad
visement, I'lilel III lino but Not III11 Wife's.
Grunt MeHlioy, Louise McHlroy and
Clam Meyer, who creuted u disturbance
at the corner of Walnut und Fifth elitets
Sunday morning while u fcucrol song serv
ice wua In progicss. wero lliud tl5 each In
police court jesterday. (.runt MeKlroy
puld his line. His wife and Clara Meier
went to tho vvorkhoiue for thirty days each.
Uiiuem Cltv Snmll llor lluelrr Arrrtt.
A telegram uddrtssed to Chief Irwin was
received ut Central station yesterday from
Sherirr J. W. Tetter, of Washington, lu.,
stilting that he has a small boy lu custody
by the name of Walter Hoy Hell. The boy
claims to live on Highland avenue lu thia
cltv. The telegram dot-s not stale the of
tvnsa charged ujalnst lieti
lenir xur.vy, utter Miey
w. -7 v jr w- rr 0
THE MAYOR AS SANTA CLAUS
111: viti.t. m:ti:ivi: ciiiiistmas iio.na
1 in.Ns 1 tut nn: pnoit.
filnrn Tli 111 "It lilt Already Sulnrrlhrd -
.Vlimr)-, Pooel, tlolhliig, I'tiel or lllliir
Contributions An rptublo How It
n Hone l.nsl e.ir.
Hmerv, ttlrd Thnver .x- (i 1' -1
Philip i: inirrouRh !'
t.e Hoy nnd Leslie tliegit ..,,,.... 1
Total tl"l .
When Hntiln CI um entcltn his whip nvrr
four six or rlKht reindeer next Tuesdnv
nlghl. aiiel drop down the chimney to
shower his presents upon Kuimns Cllj a
children, he will ll ml, Hi the Iioiismi of
hundreds of poor, that a practical Pnntn
t'laus has been before hint.
lie will not trip or stumble over 11 plltv of
tiivs that has been loft by his predecessor,
but over a goodly slxeel Imfket lllleel wllh
meat, potatoes, hre'iiel, unions and, per
haps, a small bunch of fruit.
And If he Is not vvnry, IiIr foot mny
strike a bushel or so of coal, 11 nek of
Hour, or n bundle of old hut serviceable
This nil means Hint Mayor Davis shall
have had, dm lug the da), with the Hid of
thu city hall employe, distributed bun
dled" of baskets of food nnd life necessllbs
nmoiuf the poor people of Kunsns City
This was done last )ear wllh exceptional
success, nnd It made such nn Impression
upon those benefited Hint nlroiidv his hon
or's mall Is tilled with requests that he
nguln turn himself Into a Sunlit Clans nnd
help to glvo tho destitute a merry Christ
mas. As tho holldnvs npproached n venr ago, it
occurred lo Major Davis that, as he w is
almost Hwnmpeei with applications for 11 1 I,
it would be n good plan to call for 1011I1I
builotis of untitling that would relieve the
poor, and systematically distribute what
ever wns bought, and or provisions and old
clothing sent Hi" asked for theso contri
butions In the pre ss.
Hardly a elav pissed beforo the generous
ones saw the wisdom of tho pi 111 and arti
cles of all kinds lug. in lo roll In Some
sent money others old clothes Here and
there n coal firm gnvu an order for a ton
of coat (me generous e Illen caile-d In
100 sacks of Hour. Shoes that had been
cast aside for pressing an arlstociatlc
corn went into the gift suptdv. Packing
houses nnd butchers sent beef, muttnti nnd
pork. In fact, one who gii7ed upon tint
small mountain of luxuries felt better for
the good that was to he elone
Those contributions weie then divided
Into small lots and placed In biskets. In
the meantime the mall brought In hundreds
of nddresses of those sold to be poor but
deserving. Hnch case was Investigated
The day befoie Christmas anlved and
about the Ogled) iv Ar Jones hullillng. Mis
souri avenue and Walnut street, where the
distribution wns to take place, there con
gri'gateil hundreds of people, all showing
the indications of want. Most of tip 111 were
sent to the city hall, vvheie they left their
addresses The wagons from the street
department were put Into set vice nnd all
elny long thev went from house to bouse
lecelvlng n "Hod bless von" at eneli. Many
of those who carried their share from the
building cried with Jov n they thought of
the Christmas dinner thit wns to come.
As has been stated. Minor Davis has
many applications for aid since the winter
begun So bo has decided to follow out
this year, as nearly as possible, the plan
that was inaugurated a vear ago.
Unsolicited on his part lie has already re
ceived a donation of li) from lhnerv, lllrl,
Thnjer - Co. Hrltlsh Ylee Consul P D.
llurioiigh sent him a dollar yesterday.
Little I.e Hoy nnd Leslie (iie-gg have been
saving pennies for some time Hach hail
ncciimulaled 10 cents They tent his honor
thedr savings vesterdav.
"So 5011 see," said M ivor Davis. "I have
n starler for the Christmas funil. Here
Is $101 31 without my making a leepii'St. I
hope the ieopIe' will come forward as well
this vear, If not letter, than the did last
vear. 1 want It made' plain that not only
money, but everv thing villi lie in ceptuble
'Meat Inspector Cash Amh-rson has al
ready started In eiiciilnte among the p.ick
eis and --lock 111 ins to ask meat donations1
Tin re Is n large" room next to the unjiir'H
olllce. This Is not In use at piesent and
the major puris-isi-M to stole all contribu
tions In It until the day of distribution
arrives. He" reiiiests Hint inyone who
wishes to help the cause along addici-B
his donation lo the Major's Otlle e, City
Those deslrluir aid should send their ad
dresses tee the nnvor as soon us possible
In order that their cases may be looked
Into No one' will be given a b.iski t unless
his honor Is satisfied that the nppllcant Is
m;itNi:i vimi Ti!itri:.riMi,
l'.'ilufilt Arrblcnt to llrs. (.e'lirgo Itlliy
I'urlj Yestereliy Horning.
Mrs. fleorge Itllev, of r.17 Hreoklyn ave
nue, while, w ill lug upon her broth-i. Prank
Hiirnlsh, of eC Hast .ITfteenth strict, who
hns heen III for some time, accidentally
spilled a cup tllls-.I with hot turpentine upon
her arms and clothing about 4 n't die k J e s
teid.iv morning Her clothing was set
tire by some' of the tluid falling upon the
stove anil communicating wllh the turpen
tine upon heT elress. Her biother bupisl
from the be d nnd threw a hi mket uruund
her. saving her life Mrs. ltlh y was bad-
iv ouiiieii iiiioiu cue in e. lie e a nnu Minis
A plivslelnn wns summoned who iIicssimI
her Injuiles nnd list night sho wns resting
A A it 1 11 1 til. Prescription.
IMitor Morrison, of Woi thlngton. Ind..
Sun, writes: "You hut , a vnluahle pre
scription In Klcctilc Ititters, nnd I can
cheerful! recomnn nd ll for Constipation
nnd Slide Headache, und ns a general
ti'in tonic It has no inu.il" Mrs, Annie
Stehle. 2ii2fe Cottage (irovo avenue, Chi
cago, was all run down, eoulil not e'.it nor
ellgested food, had n b ickaehe which never
left her, nnd fedt tliei! ind we n x . but six
hntths of P.lectrlc Hlneis restuiesl her
henllh nnd nuiewed her strength Price s,
,V) cents nnd $1 W (let a luttlo at the ding
stores of H. C. Arnold, nnitlivt.st curnor
Plflh nnd Main streets; 1 ilerm.inu ..:
Hill.ir, DI iniond drug ston. !ll Main
fttre'et, J. Otllllths, Pain e drug stoie,
notthweet cornet Main and Tvve llth stiecta.
Ouo Tbotieeitiid Holt irs for I'ai h OfTciihc.
John Lucas, who a few we.ks ngo con
fesscil to Chief of I'ollce Irwin Hint he had
committed .1 niiinh' r of Imiglirles, which
weio very mvstcilous at the time, w lived
piedlmlnaiy exnmluitlou befoie Jnstbe
Walls yesierdav ind was bound over on
four ohnrges to the gland Jury liue.is'
Imnd was llxed at $1 i in e-.ich case, which
of course he w is unable to give, and he
was committed to the county Jail.
Prosecutor IiiiiiWchi'h Son III.
The little son of Pioseciillng Attorney
Jnmlsnn Is ipilte ill at the I, nulls home,
Ki Piospect avenue, with dlphtlierlt. Mr.
Jamison was unable to attend court at In
depenelence Jesteielaj Tile boy was a
sc.itiunto at sehcsil of little L'l.ijton Db key.
who died u few el.iys ago of an ull.uk of
Christian science and diphtheria.
Tho lirm of AiKe II, Mae mlllnn Ar Stewnrt,
dealers in mines und mining sunk, with
olliei's in Colorado Springs and Aspe li, C"l .
will be ple.isee) to hear iroul persons who
eleiru Inform itlon on the Kre.it Cripple
Cieek gold llelds,
Seventeen Cases Appealed,
The transcripts In seventeen appi il casc3
wero llled hi th cerk of the. police .oiirt
i-terduy With tho clerk of Hie criminal
couit. Thu most Iiotewotthy case, weie
thiee ngalnst A, 1- lleaii, the gambler, and
thu one against ex-Policeman .Michael Me
Vfiy noicniwu t'j
Cuticura Soap purifies and bwulifies
the skin, scalp, and luir by restoring to
healthy activity the CLOGGED, bFUMtD,
Ikritated, Sluggish, or Ovckwokked
Suli tbroufkoul 111. voild. llrllUU uepoll V Kiw.
KVT ie Su. I. Klujr t.Jwilel-t. Uiuilv". fi'llll
Uiiu l eyiu. Cain-, SU l'en , llutics, V. 8.
""fcs. rr, i 3
lt! WTrimWU X..
Em I V Wn,Sk M
TV' l SI
TRAITS OK ANIMALS.
nn: niKr'UHP.NCK unrsMJKs tjik
va'v and tiii; vmm.
1'eriillnrltloq ol IJ.irli.
t i 1 the tie i b Imir ia tl l!!
t ( nu ui f uiiih
Hut the V V it- I 'I
li il Its en I li e ur il
t ll li ne le
tltr. r will -pi'tii;
ut n and iksiroj a
.it will w it h
t i hunts il I Ink
, V . r , , iiciit in ,, -tr ih
- jr H.' Viinilii
ir V Sjtrrfc ' '"h otw.-en In
S " " huiniin b" li h ' ' ''
sp.siil fan. Hon or 'luiv to ii.nm n . i
Tie -ton lib scire" upon our f I '-k-esls
It mil so ptcpntis ll us to 1- ri li
the' vniloii" tlssuen. , . ,
The kldtiev", on tho oltnr haul, hive
dllTeri nt ivotk to do.
Like the e'en, they lie In wilt en I set?
fltnl throw out from our bbmel evm ml on,
Impuiltt and elliene (term n tift n Hie
blood pis. through them
They are not slmplv lllte rs Tlv v lin -it
what to sele ami throw out of the bleu 1,
nnd what not to tone h
Like a di'teellvi- who know" eveerv rim
Inal's fine, thev know in a niom. nt tla
rcmiiI ffiim the bid.
Dr Hobb's Kparngus Kllney Pills mtaln
In Us most a. live and oni-enirite I firm
the vlrtios of aspnt.mus umt, sink mil
Asp irigus Is a wonderful Klltny Healer
an 1 sin iiMle ner
Piflv i ins pi r box from .ill 'Irugrlsts,
or i I edits in st imps r him r dl-
rtowr . r e t In the
WHODfJS lie. nii'S
Pm ..- r I .I'l' I.Mi '
f i,t-'N - III" I' "Uiir ll il" l I P
KZ$&Z-'n?i I "' ' "' "'"lk "l
UlripvPlllS Itiin.t II ittli nn
Hi IIC fill. m , put, nni Prec
SHOPLIFTERS ARE NUMEROUS,
I he llolhln) Itu.ll AITorels I belli the Hi -t
of tlpiiortlmltles I bee Hoc-i;eitt I'll in
AMU I'm. i i iltr.
It Is diirlnir the Imllliv unwell Hint
itlorekeepe-iB suffer most fiom shupllfn r
und extra precaution Is .ilnnis made to
eletei t thieves ivho nttempt to tale, nl
MintiiKi of the ciowds that thtoni; Hi
stores to roll the count, is number of
ariesls for shpllftluc; hive been made thn i
fnr this season, but no one has vet been
proses'iilesl, nllhoimli it Is sl.tted that Mi
If I'afte n, who wns enuitlit In a Main
stieet store isuturdav tifb tnoon with meli'ti
perfume rv nml numerous tiinlieis in In r
possession, will bo trli'd for Ho ft siln is
awnltltiK' airulitntnetil befoie Justl, e Walls
Vi-steiilay u cletk In lioitKctt's elrj iroesls
"tore noticed tbiee bo s whose aires ran ere I
fiom IJ to IS yeais, helplncr thetnseltes to
"hoes, silk ties, pid) riios ami o li. r nrli
cles. Tlie bovs vie're takeui Into custody
nml Telephone Attend nit IMvv.ndsvn was
suniinoiied from Central station to like
them into custody. At the st itlon thev
itave the names ot IMw ltd Small Tollle
Hosev and Charles Ilrlscoe The K.vs
claim to be slrainjers In tin- eliv an 1 s(1j
that they cime here from Holton K ih
to spi ) the liolldijs, 1 hej were held
A short time after the liovs ha 1 been
removed from Diiiriiett s Mollie i.arber
aired II. and (Imee Mitchell, iir, 1 Jn who
live at CeXI Hast PIMh street, w.t. am -t I
fin the chnrgv of stealing rlnu on 1 b iir
pins fiom the sum, stoic Tie v w rr ink
en to the station and Iik lo I ii, It s
eiiltn probtibd Hint the firm will pi,, o.
eute nil the nlleired shoplifters If f..i n
other purpose than to dner others from
following In their footsp ps
flencr.il Mniiiiirnr lolines ( lultns 1 hit it
tVnulil He lliepcisslhlctee 1'eit on I O'clock
"llee Is" as lle'iuailile el.
Thn loner house Improvements eonunii
tee, consisting of Couiiidtnrn liruwi lv I
well and Olson, met with fietoiil Mmiui
niton II Holmes nnd I' It II dii f
the Metropolitan svsteni, jemrlu n in
UK at the city hull, to discuss th ,i I
nane-o now before the lowei le.nU m i u
lite the runnlim time of stni't .11 Ih
main feature of tho metsure Is t , f 1
the company to run "owl" cars as late u
l a. 111.
Mr Walton Holmes contended th it ti um
1 o'clock cars, ns suirtrcsted In "1 .n 1
nance, was a practical Impo'slbll t II
claimed tint It wns nee. ssai lo -t ,i id,
rope eat Her in the nlirlit. In or b 1 t ,i,
nu oppoitunlty for the woikmen to (, t the
power hous,. tnachlnerv In tirop r i'n liil in
for the morrow. Mr Holmes sns thil it Is
much more impoitnnt for the traveilim- pub
lic that the c.us statt on time in the morn
Inir than that n "certaln prlv'dire d tew,
mostly rounders" have the owl eais He
contends that the eatly niurnlnir H.ivel s
in ide up chlellj of laboilmr inn, an I If
thev an late in Kcttlnir to work It means
a clock In pay and In some cases 11 day's
'I'll. committee arrived at no conclusion,
but Mr Holmes said that h- wool I look
Into the matter and sp(. whether it would
h, possible to hive the last e ir- leave the
downtown termini at 12 o'clock, Inst, nd of
1130. ns at pie-cnn. The commute, will
pi nimbi) meet imuln the latter patt of Hie
"ISrown's He one bliel 'I reee lies" are) nil cf-
fectlvo Cough Ilomeeljr. fiotJ only in bui.
J III. VVI'.Vl unit.
Tlio olllel.tl forecast for to-dny Is: .Mis
souri, seneially fair TiieHl.iv; soutlnily
winds shiftlnif to noilhweslerl) , inueli
eolder Tneselav nlirht. ICiinsas, iretierally
fair; much colder: notlheily winds. The
hlirhest teinpi'ialiire heio jesterda) was nl
devices 1'ollowltiK mo last nlhht's ob-tuivattous:
STATION. 1 -o ?
; ; tr
1 . e
Abilene. Te ."j Si "T ii'l.ar
lllsinarck, N. It .(.! .' .oi'luudv
C'lllIO, 111.. .',11.11, Ui IlI'dMI
Chle.iBO. Ill Suns I.' T Cloudy
Cincinnati. O so .lo js .ei I'loudy
Davenport, la 'Ji ! r,i, .ni'loud)'
lies Moines, la i,7 j, etrionr
Hodire Cltv, K.13... Ue.i. f.v ',t i,..
lndiith. Minn ."i 71 :;,;i .. li.iin
i:i I'aso, Te "if,s CO .0 Clear
liahcslun. 'Ux to.iu u T I't cidy
Helena. Mont ) 10 'fi'leur
Huron, IS I fm SI u I't Cldy
Iv.iusas Clt), Mo.,.. .-i 7s! u; TCI.ui
I.lttlu Hoik, Aik... W 10 lii ti Cloudy
New Oilcans, l.i.... ."ji lis .rfel .ue'd-ar
Nortli riatte, Neb., si s ifti .ni'loud)
Omaha, Neb ."Mil ,-, .1 clear
oklahciiiit Cit), . I .'v.l-ol CI 11 clear
Qu App.'lle, N. W. T. e41.sn! if ,t. Cloudy
Itupld fit). H. I) -."LSI 2l .11 Cd.ir
rit. Louis. .Mo M osl ,,!. ii.'loinly
St. Haul, Minn a,7! !!! .01 clouely
Ht. Vliu ent Jllnn... Zh& 3J .('.' Il.ilu
Halt I.nke, IT. T...,,. -Man, ;, .11 Cloudy
SiirlliBlUld. Mo -"' !"il V oe'l.ar
1 be Jln.t I'lipiilar Hlt-liHii) of 'I ravel
I'enetiuttiur tho pilnclpal cities of tlio Hast
the bluntest Hue between Chbujjo und
Huston, with solid thiouj-h tiains 10 New
Ynil. ell) via Holt W.ivne, ('level mil and
Hiillalo, 'ind the only line via these cities
havluK colore el porters on Its liui and sec
ond class da) eo 11 lies ut the disposal of its
potions, Is the NICKI.I. I'l.ATIJ It(IAI).
vvhosee unexcelled Irulii servico and most
llheinl rales have Ioiik hen t.coKnl..d
by east biiund truveleis, .1 v C-ilih.in.
u-etieial uncut, 111 Admus street, CIiIluko,
An, mill el Vltle a Ituor.
John Moers nnd I'. It. rieiier, two bak
ets emplo)eel nt Harcafer's bakery on
Independence nvenuu, )estenlay niornlni;
bec.iino Involvml in u seiiuiis elisputi.
which rcsiilti'el In iho litter recelviutr a
deep R-ash fiom a razor In Iho hands of
Me)?r, The l.itltr was iirralKiied befoie
Justice AValls on .1 rtiiirtte of iueuult with
intent tn kill lie pleaded not unlit) iinel
vmis comntltteel to Jail In default of ISflO
ball to appear for a henrlmr Wfdnesda) ,
Now la tho time to buy your coal, whllo
you can buy Hie heist In thu mm hot at tho
f.illowini,' low prices, delivered:
Cluiokea und Weir City Lump
und Hug ..:::; ..................JJOlper ton
('betoken nml Weir City Nut,.., i 50 per ton
Hlch Hill Shaft I.umi S7i iier ton
CHNTitAi. coal & roici: C'U .
Keith A. I'erry bldtf.
I.l.teiieil ei llr. .Mitchell.
Hr. V 11. .Mitchell, of the Grand Avenue
M I J. church, delivered his lecture. "Thn
Lund of the 1'huraohs," to tho members of
the L. A. C 11. Society und their friends
at the Jewish temple, LTevcnth and Oak
streets, last evenlns.
lluelliic Chauee. u (lejocl Incouie
We pay ou to sell fruit trees. Stark
Nuricrlts, Louisiana Mo.; Itou-port, ill.
I --& n m a I TO I
li a vi v i
IkJ 1 1 SHOE 1
I. . NxTS. V rJ H
- - . 2sV"ew W
Is not only a good shoe, but it's
the best the world ever saw at
the price No shoe at the price
equals it; few at a dollar more
excel it, A guarantee of com
plete and perfect
every pair sold, or a new pair in
For Holideiy Presents only of the bos,
makes and materials, thorouc-lilv pro
leclcd hy guarantees, and at lower prices
than you'll lincl prevailin; al Hie shoe
$i, $1.50 and $s.
K.iiis;is City's Porcmost
Clotliioih, Shours, Matters and I'tiniLslicrs,
SOUTHEAST CORNER TENTH AND Mill STREETS.
Storo Open Evory Evening Until Christmas
l HAItHI 1) Wit 11
.1. 1. It 1111I11U ami l:. II. Willi. lull Vrrextcel
but ( lllilll lee lie V Ie thus nf 11 Vllstukt
I'niler Hie nune of Han! ill .. Wltlur ill.
J. !,. It, in. lull and 1.'. II. With i. ill . e.n
due tee! a teal estate busiuiss tn the eil.
bi.itar bulldlii)-. ltecintl) the) dissolve I
p u tin rslilp und Mr. Wliher.ill. who is sal I
to have owed Mr. Itaudall about $Iim on a
part lute test in u mine be had iiikIiis 1
at Meeliet1v. Mee.. executed tils note fol $1,1
In favor ol bis late pailtui Mi. U.iu I ill
sold the note at a discount to II C. Cook,
whose wife keeps u tuillinei) stun nt lll'l
iliand nvenue, Imluisliur it on the b it k
Tlie note was irlven on li.se tuber ti, und on
li.ceinlier li Mr Withe rail cilbd ut Mis
Cook's millneiy store nml uuii lit r u e In e Ic
for the face of the note, di iwu on tin
I'ourth National bulk, ot Uiehlta, Ki-
The check was ptesente.l ill tin Hank of
Cuinineiee for payment. It w is st m on t
the YViehlli hank, which iituined it with
a note to the effect that Ml Wtthci.ill ) i I
no flltlels on deposit to liiei-t the lie e k. i -
leidny wniruiits for the ari.st m Mi I: in
dull und Mi. Wlthernll wen swoin mil 1 -tire
Justice Spit, ehnin'lin. lie in with
collusion to delinud lloth in n l i I m I
111 the sum of JJi fin appe innn i.w
Tl ursilny. Mr. Itaudall li i b n in i i
eitv but il sboit time, eomiin, lei 1 i
I'ollil Cleelt. O T, vvheie he loll the ell
ut police Juelsre. lie M1V s be I- e V I Mm
a stiinlil mistake und tli it n In n ll i
collies to tllal he Villi llei ti. 1 1 . i '
elispiovltiK any Intention t leinuii .mi
llilmv odois from Sid. Iflmls.
Willie d bv the ttuiiic In,
SSHZDImiNT 111 healthliil fi l inco
f annul be sitrpasM'! bv thee, .
Teeth It whitens, put ltd -.
You will uso it If vou re in .
Vliirriiif;i) I. Ieieie.es lsieueel eiitnrila)
Thomas lt.iKiin, Kansas Clt) Mi...
Kite Kelle), Kansas Cit), Mo
I'runils li, C'trie r. Kins is Cltv Me
Maltha M Simpson, Kansas Cit), Vlo
William bnleler, I'lattu count v. Mo.
.Mlttle Shannon, l'latto count , Mo...
Hivld Tenpetiny, I'urrj, Kus
.Matilda Ann Cuitis, Liwieiue, Kus.,
1 nvld W Calvin, Kansas fit), -Mo .
Vuiicttc C Simons, Kansas Clt), .Mo.
III rt li. Iti . mieit.
Sh.itfer, Henry and isir.ih; 1.00 West
Ninth sued; lleiember li bee),
Alpleiei, ll, aiiel K,j 611 Ttacy nveiiiiu;
l)ec.'inlier 1-': Kill
llul.ind, Hdii.t; 17JS I,) ill l; December 11;
"limit, Hubert and Mvrtle; raurtocntltand
Miller: liieeinder IJ, bo)
ell.lney, Wtlll.iui unci l'.irli K0 Hlghlanei
avenue, lleceindei I,., bov
r.uwatet, J and 11, s,e; l.'lt Oepesee
Btleiti llecetllbef 11; Bill.
IV.it d-. Id purled.
KreUsi lunar, Aniiust; lillt Vlralnla; Ile
ceiubet 11, II )i.'lts; uctile peillunltis, duil.il
in I'nlou i eiui lery,
lli'llliiKton. Ilullt M ; WI llelmont; He
rember 1-', 1 )eui; sutumei dlaithoea; bur
ial In Union 1 1 meter).
Willis, lleontc; Sill Hirrlson; December
1'.': :A )e.us, aortic anuiirism; burial in
Klilnwllild, riaiuli 1 i ISW'i M tin: D.ciui
del' II, U )enrs, llliitlll'.s dtseuse; lull Lit In
I'nlon ci meter)
Adams, Cuulo J; All !' lints' hospital,
I)eeeiuber U l c.irs, c.iiiiuoma; luiihtl
in niuiwood cinietery.
Hainllton, O II ; .! (Jak; December VI,
li yi-.it s; heart disease; buti.il in K.tyioun
Ilusbou. Hannah; 1110 Mlchliran; Deeem
bci ll; ul )e,irs; cer hnil boftviiltik:; buital
In i:ituwoenl ccini'teiy
IlilllK-l, ,,illl 1. II 3'i ..no,-, von, i'1-ve-iii-
her 11; '1 y-:ua; biom-ho piuiiuiouU; butlal
in lllmwood cemetei)
'I... !...... .,..!. 1. ill) ln.l....nti.li.i...,. -.n
i--,illi ...,ov,, . w, . l.v,v-'.-,., ,,v- , ...v
cember 1". 11 )iars; llth-lit's illsiasej burial
111 (111, drove cemeteiv
llUKues, intant, wi je!tersoti; iieeeinlier
11, ! d.i)s; cyanosis; but III ut ArKciitiuo.
Dlgiis. C'hailes, 11.-0 U, limit; December l'Jj
11 )eur9; paral)sls; builal at Hureka, Kas.
Ilruiidon X Kaufman: U1 Tracy: frame
avvelliiiK; $l.tl0. .
Htaiceiey . vvuruaiK: 311 i-ist, i.igut
eeuth; frame buslntss; 4-3CO.
lndepcmleiue and Holmes, i2t Oak.HlRh
laud uiul Dora. Ul l'rokpcct, Ull Summit,
l'iftecnth and roust.
lurkUb Hut bee.
The Coatcs House TurkUh baths are un
auroasijvej. open day and uluht.
Mvery viiinr at S o'clock a
.special fast train leaves the
Grand Central Passenger
Dejjot, Second ami Wyandotte
streets, lor St Joseph, Dcs
Moines, Marsh. illtou n, Water
loo and St. I'aul and Minneap
olis and point, li twicn 1.1 the
The fastest train ever run
from Kansas Cit to the North
west, reaching St. Paul at half
past two in the afternoon.
It has first and second class
coaches; Pullman Compartment
Sleeping Cars to Des Moines
and New Drawing Room Sleep
ing Cars to Minneapolis and
St Paul; Dining Car on the
cafe plan bcrves all meals.
Sleeper will be left in depot
at Des Moines and passengers
may arise at their leisure.
Train steam heated and gas
lighted throughout. Free mag
azines and newspapers on all
sleepers. Safety, comfort,
speed the (.treat Iriuue.
Du, t. n.i.iv ,m it vi d oitir.NTi
uitts.-iMJitiU ijiri ai:i iiimml
rst-tr-v. l ,U0.,l ,1 IMUl-rt h b
.. j rr ?; i of vi i d. n I v. pi !.(. ii. ,...
rj.--" "P ee vneirn uii jj.
JIol jUi.it. .lib.
Ii-l o( 49 ri ttU
J -"J tlstHUlL U
ja.o t iu tw i-urw It
Acufpt nu r.uut. r
f-tit iI aliuilurii-oi-l'r
L. A tSajti- - i
tj Ial nbeUui
tun (i ,jHeuil 'At
3UM UJll't V.t Uhl
ltn-ni I mouitiiteJ
MjiMiruti-iV t fun
tliM l.ui-t I aiuitt I
ff all tL hiUU)(U
trildind li p a . ! r,ti
,11 DriuLfiht- -ml Fnc
(Iom lkalr- In Ih, I' tj.
ui-,. an i run pv
IUD. T. lEftm, Pr:s'r, 37 Orcit Uttt Ctrsit Xt;v T-rk
Ten cents a week.
Ui) u year uy mail.
. . TI ASJT
:i1 a-r W
S 4 IttJl'S.
r . a G . e.
"I'licrc are no lull .ilcil
jH.uio altie"i lior. .till no
resiiltiiii lialf jrii'o s.tLs
anil ."nJ jut cent loiliwtions.
J (it t you'll find sUibtat-il
jiiaiios hero for Uss inoiii'y
tli in tlipy 01111 be' boujlit
anywliefo le. 1 Jtiy lite; ly
tlio o.irlond ami buying for
iMh lli.it'.i tho scent of
our iiiielorsullin nnl the
reason why our alids inc 1
no p.nltl iitc to in iku tin
jiriri'i apjiiar sin.ill.
Ilicli llr.ulo I'l.iuos, $io pur Jl
,1. W. .1 en lei ns' Soiis,
921 Main St.
j-wei wu n inn niutot a
-.1.11 B numnHj
Will save you at least
On everything in the Jewelry
Une. You know we
707 MAIN ST.
rhoi iKiupne-ej tixjin life
f -, Uo-Hore-! Vitality, ll
'fit, -V -fVa-) sis. t li
c i S. t ' f l. CtTs -
jinn a i) ,sj
ri i iii run I ui i i.
I UI.M 11
"Or. Oelap's New Tonic Pills."
I'lcielU is Hi, ibuve. lesult .11 CO DAVS
Nn l.nMiUi' It ii t 1,1 tverfcilly
iml c) 1 1 I.I) Curi I oth i will ore
um iui,ir nn n will He u i ir lost
in itilioo I .nil ul I nun w ii io vir
th it voiitliiul vi,or Iii ie ) no 1
po .'lolj elir.- Nl.l. 1 -NLhS
i mis I ttoni i(a, u-e i u,
or otli, r stimulants It. t t is, r
I'nUl.t AMI V1TAI.IIV IMl'eJ
l'i:.e V MlillTLY I I -.'. ri
1'AII.IN i Mi;i ill V. A i I 1 IS
rM s mil via. itteit- oi u o
ol e- " -, 1111 I ltldlsi le tloli ,v Ii cell
tits on. lui ni.errl.ii-. 1 s oi
-tmlv It not only cures I i(, w.
ll il. s, it ,, tin ,tj, l- ! 1H i,
i i, it M I.V I. TONIC ..I I e , ie,
I I IHI'IHH It lllli-:s bill, i ,;
..I iivv ti i i' vi. i: cilia k- e
-t re- the d'lltlO Die Veil ill ii i t
ui vour driiKnlst Klvlm; ) i 1)1,
I V!". no Otlle r Is e uu 1 as is
1 i , ir 1 Jioin th, ies i , i - ii
i ii: i. vi tin tn ii l i i i'
iii VI ll i I - del II
I I I II h i-l I ll 11 lie Old I r
ii Ni i e u i- I i i e i n I . cl
ii . -I tin k I S ul bv n I I i I
I i i ii 1. II ui p ii k i,. ni
I Vl'k .l M l'"ll t'l"' VV I 1 If
u i.i i 1 1 oi vhanti i i t n
I l I I . l I'HL nil lli.l I NU iUH
JOHNSON BROS., Cruggisfs,
ij 'l.i, M.i n t- K i .. ) City, Mo
OLDEST AND ORICSNAL
10 West oth St., KniiMib City, Alo.
I.e i.l. uiul M i Sue e-'eil rer-ewiut III
IllOea. .Viev 11 all, I t'l mil) l)l,t43H
A'i?ri .ii nihility
,. I11 ,uu niilurt of
, .,,.,, r"- " aliduiu llle 1
Lust Utility ipiiv-eii. em iiin.iiit
Si nis f..,. lit-.. "r " J Wli'ltier and
.iplS Jin life! rec-iiiie the i undid
without tnoreury "I""1, ef a p!i) latt
., , ... in II l.i hi f irnperl-
Urinary DiaMsus .me. tuti. und iuttL-
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Rupture, no XmU orjHo promises made ttiat
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