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TIM. KANSAS CiTV JOCKXAI.. Tn.RT)AY, DKIM'JM 1,121. 21, 1895.
THE NEXT THING TO BE DONE
t.llll ItV U ll.t. Ill: I OltMAl.t.V Mm
III. II AH Ml I III: t OMMIvmON.
AM) WHAT THIIY MKAN.
No I'ltu Willi,,. i( ,i Utile Stuukr
niritntliiM III I lull M1 lit W.itk fnr n
1 liiimugh lnirtliilli.li lit llnlli Mills
nf Ihe pnifli'liiH lllspMIe
Monroe thirirlhi' Itlllt
w i.'-'ntton. trr i Now that cohere
- i I upon Dn prr!d(-ji''p suisgeMlons
i 'uprising the appointment of the Ven-
Iim immlwin to locate the boundary
l 'ween British tlulsita ami Venesucls.
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JOHN WANAMAKER ENDED IT,
liitot'tmr aiiiiiii A m.i ii i:.Mi:.st
i in: i'iiii..i)i:i.i'iiiA siitiiii:,
Ciinrcsstous .Mitilai nn llnlli Mili unit tlio
.Aim Utll llrtiirn In Work 1 1ll .Mnrn-
lug More Miilrmi' V sterility
I Ii il ll tin An; I'rinluus tin).
i mi i.n
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i of the cxpei
"I the samp gh.:'
! re.-tion of (he
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niltluiml 'n: of
irimfnt m.iy ap-itl-s
us it m.ij
n 'if ifn -i'.ms
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l' it.'ll. fi't Hie
' lid confir-
.' 'burse I i n-
n-ni, in ,i -
with section 2l vf the ReUed
-lr.il Will Iln Iburmigli Vieirl.
' "i I ii circle there I the git.it. r.t-
i- to (hi- composition of th. . -
' mmis-ion. Chief Just;., r, ,,
Hit Ht th state d-partnien- -
n gave rise to gossip as t.i tin-
" itv of lil appointment. Tho f, i '.
' ln that th,- talk of o repot t -
Jl l wits proniature, as It is .ii
' "ii. stiindlnif of tho. who mil i.
immlsHlon woul.) not consult to
i ' ish . roe.' of this miiRtiltu.lc.
r.tiniJitiR js that thi hemluu.ir-
'r that the main eslons will ije
i.. lief : lii uell informed oilldal l-lr-i
i Ine coniinlssirih u.iit .... .......
intA .i.. .,......".." .".''
....v .. rinilMl Sl.io nr thn
riot P4inMnlnr itutf .A k. ....
i n .. ... ..:: ...' l"c ex
( . Viiu i"-'-""'ii oy veneiueln. It
!l or i ,f,MU," ' '"''"'Pllsheil without
or I piirtl.-ipatlon of Great Britain In
l I r-ttlonB. Th, re 1 nt Unubt of tlio
..f the Hrltlh to take formal ree.
f lhA rnr ...Ii.i..m . . ....
V, ;"" "'ii. nor is u UKt'lV
Itrltinh vl.-w of the mibjrot will
tarlly prnsentP't a evhlcne-. Hut
' .itt,.r of Justice and to save the
M.'Tl from thd Inimitnilnn .r ...!...
" u".lyLonr. ,,l,Je r 'he caf. It Is
that the- T nltp.l States will take
' it ve to sfiuire from the Ilrltlsh
.llii-e a "tatunent of tht- British
I the ahsenee of a reaue.t, the
rulBti ollliv wouM not voluntarl-
" ', ,n, '''enso, the I)nt!h ease,
i Lord Salisbury's summary of It
I. i. m diplomatic quarters, as a
i rca.Jin.-j, to support It with
s l.ould the United States request.
i iirii-la'a I'iish Ituulv.
'I other hand, tho Venezuela side
ittoveriy Is ready to be ofTcrod
' is the commlt.skin iikc-. While
- voluminous documents, maps
i ' archives JU iir.wns. the es-
nth at issue are within a com-
v -mall compass Wwiuola's ca-e
ti siih-.ian, o, of two pints, one
- inMueltt's rights and the other
..nt the weakness of the Hrltish
In the first division is the orlKlnal
.r ilii- Schomburs line taken from
UtiKs of the Koyal ticoKraphl-
Auflut, J8M1 Lard Aberdeen's
wn from his nrt'-innl note to
,u. Ian minister, I i l.'nrllque. In
iJraiiville's lh I ,wn from the
im given b I i i the Vene-
ter.to Kr ' nr Unt-is. In
"liown by the
i ei.il liuisman
i I Schombitrir
linKS of the
. April, 1V3.
v n i) a map
1 !-"i rfllllH-
'i - ?
he 1 in
' half ot
llx the limit
Mipi me cntir1
ihout any i.iu
me- fur IJ lib
T i in
i i in,, r si,
. r ! t
I ll, K
I li.h nliMhini: I
i . t u, wrotm i ri Mi-
t ' t i 1
l ir t- i our l'im:. It I- ! I iln tin I cmiiih.
If U I OUT ruain, ll I i'J ,llllint' Hie
In id Ii h. .
If ti !. our heart. It is by faint (pells or
p.iljilt.ilii'))) , ,
Ir It is mir in in s. It ' l, ni iiiiiikI i
I'.iIii i iiiirIi. iH'iid.u In p Ipltaitoti itid
IltlllillKla lite tint illiis Tin nn MMl
).lv ..iiiitom cr "Ikiis th.it sum thliiK Is
In -top tin so .liitmcr sltrmils w must
rlKhl the W'oiik that Is enuslnit lln-tn We
i-antiol do "( h vinuthi rln them under
plasters of lU-ailetilmt th. m with oplud
Ki.ln. l dlsinse has but few sMtlldoms,
t t these symptoms arp of the inmost lm
i i ct.it. nn' must not Im nealeoUi!.
, l.t'l. In ,i, Iv Ii . a little dwilness, dark-
1 1 f s ami pulllti, ri under the eyr, Irienular
..i lion of tne liiwel, trnti taste in ine
mouth dryness of the skin, eruption mul
pltntdes on lln skin, pale or sallow com.
I Icxlon, speiks 1.. fore the eyi s, coldness
of the feet and less ,lmneS of vision, till
I '.Int to eitlur itistasi or niacin iiy oi ine
Nature l sutnnlinc to yon. There Is
I nd. t tlv- use c.f lir. ttohh's SparaUs
Kldno Tills eiy symptom Of diseased
ki.lni.s dl-appears, and the Inflamed or
overvorkid organs once more regain their
health and stretiRth
.Ahii trait. is Is Naturi's own remedy for
thr kh.in s nnd It N a wonder-worker.
I-if ! iiis por bo from all driiBplsts,
or , ' v. -ii rents In stamns or silver ill-
Df-Hobb'S r"a "iWf'mvs
r "3 San rranelseo.
& srrZZZr-f-Sk Intirestlnir nnd In-
lfinfr, mi itne Hook on
rAinnPVPl IS Klliicx Heilth nnd
lUUIirs flllO Iu l0l nurrinif Free.
ir - i " n t m. an war. They are play-
I - It il.tl s
i hul - l'i.,l. n.'k Adams denoiltloed
l'r, -c). nt r. Mlatil and his Venezuelan
ni, s-.ii.-e .s. wrtls. His remarks were re
celM'd v- lth 'i storm of hisses.
IM, V. ii. Hllss, associate advocate of
Boston, and Krankllit 1'ieroe also made
At the conclusion of the last address the
secretary read a letter from Dr, It. Ileber
Newton, protesting anninst war, and also
a resolution which was put and voted
for and against In the same voice. It
was declared passed, however. The reso
lution in substance is that the chairman of
the meeting and the spi akers are appoint
ed u committee to secure the widest pos
sible opinion to oppose the warlike meth
ods of tho prist lent.
I'hlln lilphln, Ilee !1 The ureal trolley
Milk, is , ii , ,. This Is tlnnl. John Wana
in.il.ir is the man who brotteht abottl the
- lib ni. nt. succiwilfig where nil other
i li .1 11, hs aided in the iork by the
n till.. 1 9 .f the Christian Iaue. The
I "!- of sitiletnenl follows:
Kltpt. while the t'nton Tructloh Comiisnr
will tr.it onl with Iho wotkmch In its
iiiipi.ii, it in allow them membership m
im liwful urbanisation; second, It will
take up all Brlevanoes and Rive them full
ami fait consideration: third, It will, so rar
as It has ncnnt places, Immediately put
on the old men, and as fast as vacancies
nrlsi, will give preference lo any of the
old men yet uhemplojed, and endeavor to
.it range the trip of the cars to favor the
;d l men as far ns possible without violating I
"" cumraci wim tne new men.
The question of rarajn nntlon and hours
are left for future determination. Con
.esslons were made by both sides. The
battle hat been mainly fought on the ques
tion of the employes' membership In the
A male a ma ted Association of Street Hall
way l-.mployes, which the company has
perlstetitly refused to recognise. The new
men engaged since the ftrihe began niimi r
nearly PWO. There Were about 6.CKW strik
ers. They will report Tor work to-morrow
ti.itlge.l in the sirlker-
CANADA IS WAKING UP.
cotcb llattnlliin Oilers to Dcfeutt
frontier and the, .lliintrc.il "atar"
A 111 1-cinIti ti Itelineiit.
Montreal, Dee. 23. Canada Is beginning
to look a little more seriously than at tirst
it the war question. The Fifty-ninth
battalion, composed almost entirely of
Scotch, with headquarters In the county
of Stermont, and to whom the first de
fense on the frontier south of Mount Royal
would fall, cabled to Lord Salisbury: "Do
not lose any sleep over the defense of our
E.irt of the frontier; we'll triple our ntim
er of men If war should be declared,"
The Montreal Star to-day offers to equip
a regiment and look after the rclatlvis of
its members during the wur, if there should
be one It says: "There has been a
natural disposition on the part of the peo
ple of Canada to regard President Cleve
land's message- to congress suggesting war
with England as an Incident of political
party stilfe In the I'niteil Siati-s and de
old of serious International Bignlilcance.
To didlbetately and without provocation
court for his country such a dire culamlty
as war with the most powerful empire on
earth appeared more like the outcome ot
drunken orgy of an Impel lal despot than
the deliberate act of the i hosui leadet of
a free and enlightened nation, riut what
evi r may have been the motive for tills
action, which has such stupendous sig
nificance for us or none at all, the manner
of Uh reception by the press and people of
the I'niteil States forbids Canadians any
longer ignoring it or treating It with In-illfTertnce,"
, . ii. i
aiuxTioNiui rtm run commission.
IJst Iron! tVliUIi It Is 1 xpoitcil President
Lievi.;and VU'l Nelect,
Washington, Pec. 2.1. (Special.) Justice
Hrew.r Is prominent In the speculative list
m which It Is believed the president will
I t tin- Venezuelan commission Others
-' priinlpi-ntly nientluiinl are Robert T,
I In. e.niinlst.r to ilieat lirltain; 1-M-
fin iijs. w. C. Whitney. ix-Scrm-
.nds. chairman ot foreign affaiis
ars; uvnerul Sehulleld, Andtew
1 -president ot Cornell tinl-
' hlef Justice Fuller. S-cre-
makltiK many trips now to
. and H Is Huppu-mi hH Is seeming
mu iii -.t.icni s iriuiius.
. i Y
i u mired rut ,
' ii.lit fur tlm
Meet b n
i. I'm ,.
! !l"Ved that the i.iesl.lent alrendv is
inm.inli. mluii with some of the pcr-
- iwioin ne woui.j be pleased to have
itakc the work, but In advance of
ii i . p mce of im mi rpmp tlplrtinm s
i I i .it l,i mill, public, and consuquently
. , uii s.tnm nf the cummlssion Is puiity
ul.illuii at this tlnn .
i itn.ipilis. In l Dee. 23 There was a
' ti till ii m In this city yesterdav that a
. - on the V"t.i-.!iicui commission hm
i I'lfirv! lo liuiti.tl Hurilson and that
lined it. Mr. Ilartlsjn's prlati- se,
,'i s.u.l t.i-la th.t It was not true that
-ni Mdi ni had received any offer of
i .-uion on the Venozuelan commission.
UKAlll OF MAUV MUHt-ll.
A rromlnent llmrob Worlter nnd -llollior
of Hsv. -'. f, .Hun h, of Tills City.
"'. tiro- An Associated I'n ss dl-paUh from rind-
seemci f ','r J"1"' "Vn""1. al' lh(" Mrs. Maty
seemed forj.Minh dlopp.d deal at that place, while
ik the inint, ; addre-.ina u mi-Muiiin meting in "he
m, i".'J''.. ! TieM vterlin . Inn, h ,!m wa., ., promlni tit
i 1 , coply
I d Si i Ill.S to
I'c, Sc nra
i r. r uf thu
I '. ive pot
II not soli,
i .11 theer.-..
i ot tn
' doi tune of
' true as in.
' !. When I
I .i.ih .-.i.in ',il-
I ii I an annual
li ii ti. id
I i.in It wis
- it. In the
i i n hi tter ..it,
ii i and An-
" i i not stul n
by went oi ' ..,, this t ,.,.
i the whole tin i .v..i the )oni ,ii i
of the war i tun pas ,. .,, '
crowing up (n nuntrj, n i I
icitllng the h-jk' li ijj in m,-. ,
liillldliill shipi! thi e ut hast '
' i lo neiil, '
li L man Abbot, of f'lym uith
I i eiklyn was the r.et i,eakn. i
Ud thut when Mr Olnij .-.ij . I
!' it IliltHio U allowed tn .im I
i nf 3uv square ml Us of land, ,. I
'.i), she will use It as ii .a-N
t limns to push tti'nuliitlon- the
-t was ridiculous, hei-aum sin- las
' "iisunds of miles she i ould u-,
i - d. Nor is tills a qutstlun of
i downtrodden sister rtpubl c,
' -jeaker. "Slnua Vemzuela L
v r- public, flfiy years ago, the h.n
h. throes uf Internal strife tin I
th'r hund, Ilrltixh 'iulana has '!-
Is. i u pace(ul imtloii, and whttlm-
l"j i lar of one be decreased or ire i
- , i, .tied Is a matter that does nut .
r- s." (Hand dapping and shouts.!
-' i here to-nluhl. said he, "lo ln-
t it ai -epiaiion or tne ilonroe iio
r ' harat-tirlstlcally and splrliti.i'ly
rr rp an Aliierka U lUe iwaee nation I
l' I . rll " I
II '. irge was tlu Hint speak, r 11
r ( t ut- "What nasuii Is th.i. f. i .
c i v r I belli w- In the Mourui .: , ti i.
ar iv '-food for It. This, how.i.i i .
l t I Mi roe dull tine, ttlid wl,., i i ,t . , . . r I
CI s ' r i ills the Monroe ,jo. inn. I ut
a fi "y un It and an utter absurdity
"I i i d bellevy Orovrr Cluslunl ut. d
n i ti mirthods with his iiiossau, an I
I t -r ,y pellet v lie preie-nti. 1 It to 1.1s
li if ' Vis he lid " .in 1 i n ,i .1
it i .ii- ir-im .in quiiiii ur it, n
ton' lung hi- -aid 'nurl, ,-it .
mini ir I. .sin. s- If w. n t i , n i ri
in anv thing ht us .j , ,t ,, n r
wtut.ii.ie at stain, 'if . uat xV , UC tins
c bill M Hul kl I . lltl.l Ki r
il-to and an. iiti -r 1 niteiisi ix, :l. m, nt.
'i l iiiV-v '':"''." '.."". ''V" ':.""- - H'V rrauklln 1
i. V hat is Mill. ll. .if , C i-l Sim nth ii. . t ll. ,
jiunii is jn-iii ,t ih. Cult, I l'nbti .-inn
t Inn h in ilii- i ,tj H s I,, (,, , w,.v
i liaiiii y .Mm h. I- a inl-sumi In Egpt
Air. WnntlHlnkei mbet.tllA.I fl,A i.f.,i nm.
braced In the settlemint to the strlks-rs.
rhey accepted them and In turn submitted
in. -ni iu me company, i nnstiterauie corre
spondence and many coiifei.iices followcil,
ond Intf this Afternoon the announcement
was made that both sides had agreed to
the terms. To properly round out the mat
ter, a mass rmetlug of the strikers was
held to-night for the purpose of ratlllcntloi).
VS, .lJle lr'ke was oflicinlly declared off,
.11 the leaders were Called upon for
fpeeches nnd there Was a veritable love
In consequence of to-day's violence. It
was thought advisable to delay the resump
tion of railway trallle until to-morrow
Thus ends what has probably been the
most remarkable strike In the Cnlted
States. It lasted exactly one Week, nnd It
cost the city, the company and the strik
ers, thousands of dollars. The loss in
t?-rw, 0,.u' ,0 l?1 company Is estimated at
J3.),tTO. Apart from the destruction of cars
""'1 .oth,:r Property- there has been consid
erable bloodshed, although, fortunately, no
....... .voiutc, me uusiness mer or tile city
have been the heaviest sufferers. The
strike coming In the midst of the holidays,
biought unparalleled disaster to shopkecn-
..-, .... m.u, iiai,i0i,iy U n nnanciai na
ture Is anticipated.
The most peculiar feature of the strike
i'i?s Hef,n lh(, facl. ,h(U ,hp PuliJltr and
the strikers have been almost as one
the rlrst because of the indignation re
sulting from the recent abolition of free
transfers and consequent Increase of fares.
It was undoubtedly this universal sym
pathy for the strikers that encouraged
the hoodlum element to commit Violence.
I'ollro Mint In Kill t. st.T ta.v.
To-day was certainly the most violent
since the struggle began, and for the
first time the police shot to kill. About
10 o'clock this morning a tremendous
crowd gathered at Elgtheentb nnd Olrard
avenue and as the cars passed, each with
several policemen aboard, the stones be
gan to fly. A dosteh or more cars had
been completely wrecked when the police
opened fire. They first find Into the air,
but, as the situation bicame more threat
ening, one of them fired his revolver Into
the crowd. William It. Matthews, n strik
ing motorman, fell with a bullet In his
head, and Samuel O. Crosslev. a strlklnir
conductor, was shot In the knee. Uolh are
in a serious condition at a hospital. James
Haftnel wus shot In the arm and slightly
Injun d. A number of arrests were made.
Other riots of more or less violence oc
cutred In almost every section of the city.
In one of these, H. F. Oraham. of Urook
lyn, who admitted he was an organizer for
the Knights of Labor, was arrested. He
came here to work on a ear, but soon
became u sympnihlner and has been very
boisterous In egging mobs on to violence.
Hefore final si ttlemi-nt was cfT, cteel cnun.
sel for the strikers filed an application
In court asking for the appointment of a
board of arbitration under the act Of 1S93.
This will probably be withdrawn.
AN INFORMAL RECEPTION.
tileu by tbn Oruettl Verrlu In llunor of
il. L. 1'ei lie Minister to .Sulterlllllil.
Theflrcetll Vercln uiuunn Informal recep
tion last cunlng in Aimory hall, Flflienth
street and (ii.in.l in.'iiif. in honor of Hon,
.1, 1,. Peak, minister to Switzerland. J. A.
Hnihinan occupied tlm chair, and the com
mittee was comtius.-d of C H. Sivi'tli-r.
sicretary of the soi li L : William Mehlbach,
Frilz Dolde and Fritz Frigel
The chairman made n few appropriate
ri marks before introducing the speaker of
the evening. Mr. Peak said: "I feel highly
honored that President Cleveland has made
me his choli e tor the mlnl-try to Switzer
land I have ninny regarded the little
lepublic as the birthplace of chivalry and
the cradle of freedom Its eltlnens have
always been brine and patriotic At school
1 was taught, and I still b. Ilevr, that Will
iam T 11 lived nnd shot the apple from his
sun's hi ad. The Swiss live In a land con
sec rated to (lod and exalted freedom. In
nil the past njes they have never borne
the joke of bondage.
Vwlfzi-rMnel is dedicated to Liberty. She
Is Inhabited by some of the most distin
guished stab." men the world has ever
known: men who love liberty more than
life All tuitions submit to Switzerland's
supreme court, and give all honor to the
lra- little hind of Sw Its' Hand, the land
which has eumpilled icupect among the
nations' It is the Hist and ol.lct repuhllc
in human hl-turv. Thuu aie no two na
tions so nun h akin ns the Swiss and the
Afi.eilcan. A Swiss transported to America
fi els almost as If In- were ti.tnspurtcd from
one- eantijiii to another I wanted to fovni
jonr acquaintance to-night, to shake hands
wllh you and get to know 11.11, 1 txf lid
again to you acknowledgements of the
high hoi or ixteii.lnl to me, nnd the cour
tesy as (ellow e-ittsens which ou have
shown mc to-night."
The choir then sat g n chorus, after which
seeral of tho societ "p speakers we-re
IN A SINGLE SENTENCE.
Hers Is a Vhlil Picture Drawn Willi n I'mv
llenr, Miatp Mnilei-.
once a clever Jntmtuse nrtlst drew with
seven peti-strOkcs a spirited picture of
a horse, llcrp i a truth's wrtrn!t In one
"What Is the line In living It 1 must
feel so Imdly nil (he time and tineipiat
Is It hecwinry to lilt In the outlines?
To say Hint the man was lanmild and
fretful, ft Victim of physical weakni-s,
nn nlnl deprwislon nnd a generally related.
worn-nut cotiaition ot ine pysiem' lie s
one of n grunt host who have no well
defined, prostrating dlseade, jet are nccr
Any thmishtrtit rlttdent of the nnlmnl
Man will tell him that he needs a stimulant-something
tn help nature along by
Infusing lobe and etiergt. People are
properly doubtful aboul the powers of
icnieille" sometimes siiggesled, but they
soon learn that DtitTVs Pure Malt Wli'skey
desert es the confidence so generally ic
oed In ll. . ,
There Is not mm h lttipplhesi In living
unless one Is nt bust equal to the ordl
lirtr.t exactions of life The drain on ones
slock of strn;th l particularly severe In
a tickle climate wh.ro enervating warmth
nnd blighting? col I follow each other In
quick succession This is espeilalH true
at just this sensun of the enr. When a
mild stimulant Is nnnlrd. sure to Invlu-oi-.ite
the system ml to lente no harmful
elTeit behind, nothing approaches Durr s
Pure Malt Whlski i . . I
Inquire and t-ou will be surpriscii to mm
how many friends c tours nre nl.o frbnds
of Hurry's l'ttre M ilt.
THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN
livery evening until nftcr Christmas for
the. nccotnmiHlntloti uf lltill-
WILL PLAY IN KANSAS CITY.
Contract Ibis llceli lncd for the Illg All
mini Mlssinirl-Kmsiis I'm. tl. ill
It was settled t -'.r.lay that the great
annual ThnnksgU b football gatin be
tween Missouri mil K.uisns will In plned
In Kanas City nt fall, ns usual. Mnnn
gcr Cory, of Miss. .mi, and Mnnnger Mit'-h-ell.
of Kansas, nut the Midland hotel
yesterday morning and signed the contract.
Missouri has withdrawn from the W. st
ern Interstate Association, and Kansas,
Nebraska ond Iowa ai left to light it nut
for the Western college- championship. At
the league meotlng. he-Id nt Iowa C'ty last
Saturday, the sch lule- tor next season was
arranged as follow-. October ID. Kansas
vs. Iowa, at Iowa city; November 7, Kan
sas vs. Nebraska nt Ltwrcnce; Thanks
giving day. Iowa v- Nebraska, at (imahn
Mr. Fred IJ. Cornell of Lincoln, Neb., nu
elected general tn.r .ig- r cif the league for
s. The following ..Ulcers we re also c lios.
en. R. IC. Moody, V. Of K.. president, A.
S. White. U. of N , vice president: C. W.
Lawrence, U. of I secn.tar.t nnd treas
urer. The fJOO chamtiionidilp cup for 1SVJ
was av, uracil to i insas,
Manager Cory, of Missouri, stated yes
teiday that the el-ten would not be able ;o
sei-ure Hie services of Captain Thorne, of
Yale, ns coach for ne xt i e-ason, as hoped,
but every effort would b made to secure
some other good n.ich. The arrangement
tor a game betwci. Mit.ourl and Yale at
New York next fall cannot be made.
m:i:i. ii ami ni.-, Ki:i.iii:n.
Added tlm World's .Mile llccord to Ills I.I -1
lit xi'W Orle-llis Ve-sterdlJ.
New Oilcans. Dec 21. Veter Ilerlo to-day
took 14-5 seconds irrem Cardtier's world's
record for the mlb and pluceil the tecorel
at 1:40 3..', Instead of 1 MS-;, lie was paced
by n quail for one-tlilr.i of n mile, and by a
quint for the temalndi r of the mile Ilgltt
of his pacemakers fitHtiteel, and four of
tnem were uncon1- lous- lor ten minutes.
Since coming here two weeks ago, Heilo
has established the following world's rec
ords: One mile. ltoS-C: ttiree-qunileis,
1:1": tvto-thlrds. 1 1 T 1 -.". : three miles, ,1:.",)
1-3: four miles, 7:.Vi five miles, 9:512-5; one
mile competition, 1 "n 2-3
Having got the world's mile record, for
which ho has been trying for ten weeks
at Louisville, Nashville and eNewheie,
Ilerlo will leave to-morrow for New York.
'fTfcwAffiJy Offers Vnlu ible f.uggelloii
nt&' A .nollMn,, '
e Tepb Iw.
bet! ll nn I t.in. n r- -
hnn 1, tK- table, 'in
S"" doz-n very best nnl
llnesi silk an. I Sum T-k-,
Dc Jolntllles, tirv liind-4-ln-liiinds,
imp, rials nh I
some, lieautirul I I 0 n
60 doxcti very fine Jipinese
Initial Silk llalidkiri lib fs,
nil I. Hits. no.
VO dor.en Wltson llro ' Chi
cago fin- sample Suspi 11
eW Rln lnickbs nn.
ltnpurtid webs, fii ,l!
kind choice -uu
Vuv tine Hmbioider. I Su-i-penders,
lln.-ly m unite 1,
e-a. h pair in nut rn
glnrs bo. Jt value, nllR
Handsome Wamsutta Mils.
Iln Night Holies, cmbroil
1 red with fast col- I On
or S Ik. TV kind, ti-Qli
Flm Sil, m Night Robes,
n it Mi 1,1 s. we re flOn
fell for WW, JJOU
WhiteShlris, Collars, Etc.
Fine f.mcv bosom, white
body lipss Shirts, flOn
cus t-, nntcb nOli
worth Jl "0, choice . uww
A d izi n fi tie l-ply Lin
en Collars, any pi fin
A do.-n tine 4-ply p Eft
Cults, worth 0 ,0lJ
J2.T3, choice .... yl
Canes and Umbrellas.
Rlcgant nrw fids in r-ini-s
plain anl slltir trlmme.1,
Choice of any Man'
bull In the houic
irxi'tjit hlnch i;oots)
OUT OF TOWN PATRONS,
Mall Ot-ilcru Irlll recrlte prompt sertlcet
write plainly nnd glte dci tlpllon of
The finest Stills fi.je,
tnht ai fi, ;., ,r,
nre dt your choice or
OlTcrs splendid op
)orttinltlos for usc
fill Ilolitlay I'rcsciits
for llttlu boys.
. .,. y 1 1
leroy Itlouses, lmndome, HnR
Sari; Suit, VrocH
Sultn. In fact every
thing, no iiiuftrr vhitt
'liq (ire, ull io for
Handsome I'ane and
tir 11a sets Ut. r
iifili. I a 1 ot el
t wot'h SI
White nmliroldereel Fatmt
leroy lilotises, ha
worth H.tv. choice
Fancy embroidered mouses
plain while and assorted,
win in i,w,
Nobby Navy Hlue Junior Pulls, 3
tn 11 years, re-eier col
lar, neatly braided,
were tl and 13, choice..
Fancy Brotelt Tweed He-e-fer Suit",
large collar, braided, Crj nr;
worth Ji.i.10, OOilJO
choice s -ws.
Splendid all wool double
breasted Suits, worlh
W 10, choice
Don't delay. H'c
can fit any blzc or
Sliir and Soft Hats.
Choice of all $.1
nnd $1 Hats, new
block nnd colors.
New Orletuis U'ices.
New Orleans, De' 23. This was the twen
tyslxth day of the Crescent City Jocket
Club's winter meeting. Weeathet- fine; track
fast: attendance good.
First race Selling: elevetn-slxteonths of .1
mile. Ite-rtraiid, 1 to 1, won; New house. 5
to 'J, second, Rlsle Ferguson, 1 10 i', third.
Second race One mile. Hooe, 2 to r,,
won; Hilly Bennett, 1ft to,, second; Pet -tonla.
20 to 1, fhlid. Time. 1.16.
Third race Selling; one mile. CI. 15. Cow
12 to 1. won; Jim Hogg. 0 to 5, second; Imp.
Hlinbo. 15 to 1, third. Time, l:lj'i
Fourth race Handicap; one nnd three
eighths miles. Mnrol, even, won: Hlllv
McKenzie. 3 to 1, second, Imp. Wolsc-y, "G
to 1. third. Time, 2:14.
Fifth race Selling; fUti-cn-slxteenths of n
mile. H. F. Fly, Jr., 2 to 1, won; Laverne,
100 to 1. second; Spendollne, 4 to 1, third.
CLOTHUNG CO., 909-911 MABN STREET.
rVTr-riJ",J'J' -L 1 JvgH-iJ.w ,iJirAJiuwiiAaTiiwmfirT.qrot
IIJ . I ..', .' ' T
$1,95 J J
i rr -Z)
The best Is good enough for you
choice of very best anil Ilnest Jl,
Jfl.SO, $T.M and fS Short OJ 7C
Pant Suits, while they All D
last, choice ,...v,,u
collar, bhie Chinchilla, fnn fr JnViiMn-i,
ch'oic'e3 :.?. :..:.S3.95 Swm
VcltthR Hlack Cheviot Stills, ncci t&lxii
Jl to 1:1, nicely made p I ir
up. were tCW, All. I
choice v ii
Youths' All Wool Cheviot Stilts,
nil shad, all styles, 'rsn rrt
made up In best fnsh- 'Ml, DM
ion, were tlO, choice ...vu,uu
MKN'S and HOYS' CAPS.
IM elo.en Men's and Hoys'
. uuer 1 niis, an snapes
with storm visors am
wide sliding ban I. in.
worth 73c and tl.iv, tlfil!
2j eloign tine Lister Seal
Plush caps, lined,
and stotm visors,
worth ?2, choice..
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
UNUsfAI. ACTIVITY IN Till:
AMJ Ml'l.i: MAHIH'.r.
Owl llowllitg Club.
Strikes. Spares. Total.
is sometimes imitated,
but originality is not all
that is lacking in the
copies the spirit of the
artist cannot be caught
by the artisan unless
both work together, as
in the great GORHAM
' establishment, where
'alone the best results are
Too good for Dry Goods Stores
biuploliius Clinrneters Wntcliml Carefully
mid Kept Movlnc; HrUlily.
The holiday Jam at the postollleo began
in earnest VeSterdav. The. lohbv w.is lllle.l
with pvrnnn during the day and packages
i,.llule filled the! office lind gave till llle
(-niplo)me-nt wunted by the clerks. To pre
vent pli kpocltets wmkliig there, Superln-tiiidt-nt
Walker and AHshtant Postmaoler
I ilitz left Cieli desk- and sp.int the day
In Ihe 1 irrldors, ar.l nil suspicious partus
w.ie wiu tied und It tiny showed 11 dl.-po--itiim
to llui-i r ant i .11 siderable length nf
t ltii tins wire politely asked to mote on
an I if thi-y did nut nio they were given a
1 lion of going quietly or being tin 11 d of r
In .111 1 Itb cr. O110 poiketbouk wus Iim bv
a iiunuii Tlu bi.uit 1 niitnln. d ul,u tin
1111 1 she iiinile u gri at nols. over th. mat
in Another wonun niekid It up and
li in led It to the pjsloftVe elurk and the
pmsi w.40 iiiluriieil after a short abs, ine.
HI c was overjoyed at lis return. Iniring
th. d.i.t then- we-rn tibout 11 scnrn of p. ,i,.
u-ked lo bate the lobby and with om 1 -leptb.n
all rciiui'Sts we-re quick) obey. .1
Four nun in a triing wn-i waudiilng about
in. 1 acting strangc-lj. Tbet were- uskul
iln si'uiid tiuii and then BuriiiteinUni
Ualkic to! I them to go ur he would have
tin 111 take ll, utld tlluy Weill The- rush of
humus was Iu at y, boih in the mail gu
Jiu out and tb. mull inmiiig In, unci the
iKrks Win kept busy ull day.
A Liberal Supply nl rrml-bnu fnrtb.i Poor
.if 'I but Mihtirh.
Tin We ht port Christmas fund husicachi.l
U i, and u uilgi quaiitll) of gio.iihs cnii
lllbilliii by lie- 1111 11 hunts ot VVislpuit
il.i.s.i: Iniuliaiii will la- assist. , iu mak
ing lislilbultolia b T A tluuiluittli, I'olo
li. 1 Janus Itoul and I'l. 1.. fi, Love, at the
1 lit ball, commencing ut V o'clock this
ni.jinliig. C L. V. Meililclc. Hiniy T
Wluutoii and Rev H M. Ilackncj will
bsik ufler the- wauls of the- injur at Thlily.
last and Holmes stiecu.
C. n. Delterlch 11
F. Uohle 7
D. L. Jones 0
C. V, Crlder 7
H. Clark 6
T Tlmmons , a
W. 1.. Kendrlck 4
W. Irvln , S
B Franklin 6
a. W. West fa II &
P, Householder 8
Ft. Bishop 0
Me, Holcomb 5
R. Jordan 2
15 4? I
Smith Wins In Piiiirtrcn Hounds.
Now Orleans, La., Dec. 23. Rllly Murphy,
of Austiallii, and Solly 8iilth, of Los An
geles, Cal., fouuht to-night in the arena ot
Hie Olympic Club. The men tveic well
trained, and fought fourteen fairly savage
and sclepililc icuinds. Murphy was the
cleverer, but he lacked the physique to
withstand Smith's rushes and clinches.
In the first round Murphy was knocked
down, and In the second lound Smith was
fenced to the giound. In all of the four
teen rounds Smith had much the best ejf
the mill, and In the fmirtcc-iitli luinul the
Australian ienthertveight was knocked I
llIH-n c..,.,.l .In... J l.ll. un,-.!... ,,,.. It... !
..".. H'T l,IIJ,-GI. IIUl, CI'I-IHS llll.V .Itlll-
phy was beaten, itefe-rce John HuiTy sep
arateil the men and uwnrdi;il tho light to
Ilurllngli.ii Will lie Tnlirn In.
S'. Joseph. Mo . Dec. 23. T. J. Rickey,
president of the. Western llaseball Assocln-
NotwltbBtiiiidliiK the) Cbi'iip Prices Ob
tained I'lirmrri ' i'l" Antlolls to
bell Jinny I'uicbasis r.ir Mili
lilint to the t until.
tilll llu A11111.11I ,111.1 I e.l
'Hie culldieii uf the- Kansas City Iiay
nuisiry, No. IU Kast Fourteenth stre-el
are to liue an eiitt rtaiiiiiunt lu-daj, i
e-nd with a dinner The lltlU- onc-j, will be
gin the games at 3 o'clock, and by 5 o'clock
the (epaat will have- beui llnlshed.
ilon, to-ebtv said Hurllngton would likely
get Omalfa s basehall franchise tu the usso
clallon. The latur town Is not Intereste-d
Iu tho matter, and the fram his.- will be
transferred to another city. Mr. lllekcy 1ms
power to act Iu ihc matter, but prefers to
have a toti of the directors. NuiiccK were
sent out to th,- latter to-day, nnd tho olll
elal announcement of the transfer will
probably bo made next week.
Ilclrnlt Illuming Meeting Dates,
Detroit, Mbh, Dec. 23, The dnte for the
running me. ting ot the Detroit Jockey
Club department of the Detroit Driving
Club has bee-n chuuged to conform with tho
running circuit, which has Just been nr
rangi'd. This cli.uit will Include Lonls-
vmei, Ai.iy 11 10 it, i-incinnatl (uakb-y), May
in to June 2-J, l.iiunla, Juno 2.' to August 1;
Detroit, AugiiM 1 to ii.
Try a C, o', 1 .
route's Clib ,.,
mis City it , 1
k dinner on the Santa Fo
l'mlted. Train leates K.in
I leaning tho struts.
The Etrnt cnmiiil-slonr r Is doing good
w. ik Yi i.rdiy utti inouii u i.puiter in..
tl 1 I the Miie-t gang bu in fiom m Cb m
1 Altmaii a jc-wclry liousi tin stou wh ru
re. 1 bargains in Illltt Je-Weds and notc-ltleS
call be had.
WE EA T
Has much to do with how
wu feul. The hour at din
ner rules all the other
hours ot the day. Poor
butter is the cloud in life's
sky avoid it and use
Scientists say it is more
easily digested than but
ter. People who use jt
say it is better. These are
two of our reasons for ask
ing you to try it with your
dinner, Ask your grocer
Armour packing Co,,
Kansas City, U. S. A,
Just now tho horso nnd mule trade Is
attracting ,inure attention tliiin anything;
elso around tlio stock yntcls. Horses
nro cheap, but farmers seem more will
ing: to bell than hold even at the present
prices, Judging; from the way llu-y nro
being run to market, and the South Is ti
free buyer here. This trade- 1ms made
n new record tills season nnd pi utilises
still Krenter thing3 for the future. The
receipts Inst week were 2,523, the lai-trct
on re-cord, and equal to some of the
monthly receipts a few years ago.
The yards will ho closed Christmas
and the day observed as a, holiday.
V. A. Floerscli, St. Goorg;e, Kas., had
in fifty-one choice Jioffs of Ills own rais
ins and feeding; jesterd.iy. They were
youngsters, but nwernueil 219 pounds, and
were sold by Hopkins, Kit-ly it Co., at
$3.33, the top price of tho market.
Ren L. Welch it Co. had in ustcrday
a. ho from X. 1'olfer, Wyandotte 'ounty,
Kas.. that weighed 700 pounds, lit- sold
him nt J3.3i,i per cwl and he lirouKht
W. W. Hamilton, of Hoiuhott county,
Ky wan nt tho jnrilh ye'sU-rd.iy, lie has
extensive land Interests In several coun
ties in Western Missouri, und he Is out
burn Uiokiiig after his corn crop. He snys
lie- found corn In the trtc-ntc-.st abundance
everywhere nnd very little demand for it.
1'. Sandeival ei Co., of NokcIch, A. T
tvero hi-ru yt-stcrdny with 11 train of cat
tin from Old Me-.lco, Tlmy tvero not
McCnrmlcU & Johnson, V.-irkville, Mo
were in yestoidiiy with caltb-.
T. Itiigiin, Sprague, .Mo., was hero after
foedliig bheep ye'Utfi'd.iy.
V. II. Morrow A: Son, Saline county,
Kas., had In cattle yesterday.
S. 1). Irwin, of Irwin Hi us. ft Co,, was
at Rue-liner, Mm, Hill), lay. Ho says
lie found lots of corn nnd c-nttlo teedlng;
well but not so many on fe-e-d us last
year. Hutrs an nvorngo number. Corn
belllni,' at It! to 20 cents,
Ross Hros., nmporla, Kas., were in
yt-sierdny with cattle.
Pat Halllgan, Si. Mary'a, Kas., was
hero yeslenlay with cattle.
U. f Dent, 1'arsons, Kas., came in
yesterday with line's.
K. V- Tlllln, Hay county, Mo was In
yesterday with Iuikh.
Charles W. Rmbry, Ottawa, Kas., was
ut llui yards yesterday with cnttle.
J. A. Daniels, Odessa, Jlo., was hero
e-fcti-i'd,iy with cattle.
J, S. Collier, Sprnuuo, Mu hail in cat
c. T liasKeit, Laiiirop, ,mo., was tn
ttltll hos yesterday.
Samuel Melnc-cke'. fireonlenf, Kas.. was
at tlio yards yesterday.
.N'orrii ,t Xoll, Cawker City, Kas,, had
In cnttle yeate-iday.
J. D. Durbln, l.ebo, Kns., was hero
yebte'iday with cattle.
W. A. Wheat. Mortis county, Kas.,
had in cnttlo yiateiilay.
C. H. Dnuglas, .N'uiliolls county, ,eb.,
was on the yards ye'Sterday with cattle,
K Curtis & Sou, Hnriisonvlllc, Mo.,
weio lioro ye-sterilny with cuttlo,
V. ll Hlgler. Amsturdam, Slo., was in
yesterday with hogs,
Tho Wabash railroad la the only short
line from Kansas City to St. Louis, and the
only line running the fastest passenger
train The track U the best, and no cuives
assures you a pleasant night's re'st. The
Wabash Js the only lino that la strictly
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from 20 to SO pages of appendices to each volume to Americanize and bring It to date.
ft IT TH IC HI IT a'"1 "''"'I ' I'ARR. IIUl Cast Mntb i-t . Knnsiis
Vl) I I 1113 JKJ 1 fHy, ai,,., (jc, .Kt. lur tlm Ceilillnci nUltlou ot the
H.NCVCI.Ol wlllllA llltlT.lXMlM,
I'llUI'UN OF INVIISTHSATIO.V.
J'!' fxil'iin lh' iHftr?ncf li'titfrti thi ijfnulnt, authorlztl edition of the fiXCY-
i t.ur-i ui. . .i.t.vi.i nun trie jmoioyrap'iic rep
the AV1A&.1 1 111 X A'1-Uland otlur neuejwptre.
1 repi Int ipurportfit to be) tolil by
If you want tlio lirltannlca it can only
bo secured tlirouifli the General Agent,
S. A. PARK, N88,E.
Whim you buy the HKITANNH.'A bo sum
jou get It.
Do not fail to order at once, as
this offer will be withdrawn Jan
S. A. PARK,
100 Hast Ninth St.. KANSAS CITY, 310.
Opposite, tho reistolllce.
THE UNIONJCABLE LINE.
It Will lie equipped At itb i:i.ctrli! Tower
unit l'ul Into Otieratloii In tho
Near I'll lit re.
It is stnted posltltcly, on the authority
of Interested parties, that as soon its the
trouble with tho attornejs and tho entan
glements ot the I'liluu cable linu niu
sti .lightened out, the load will bo equipped
with c-lectiliity and added to the btrcct
railway system of tho city. Woik Is pro
gressing on a settlement now. and with
tlatteilng Indications of success. It Is
stated that the men who are behind the
new deal nre also iuteiested In the Fast
bottoms ns u manufacturing dlstilet, and
that, with the opening of the line, some
llupiinements of value will bo located In
that pint of the city. It Is expected that
the woik of untuimlliiK tho accounts will
eumple-ied this week.
.tn. .0. .i. iiiuaiiwcu, oi new itim,
formerly of this city, who Is now In the
city, said 1l1.1t he came hcic to see tho
line put in opcrnliou, and that he couil
deutly expected to see cars tunning In tlio
Ti 1 ep 1 1 01 i I Jl I.
s. a. metznbrTx lrUsl0Vl1
Mi w. mi, m.. T isLPAIUS of cv
Ri.ik.is ni. air,. ) cry Description
1'op 1 11 eh rln t ami !Moi nlilnclHiti. (Mil
tut mul Host lu tlid tun iwinih m Clt4.
710 Wyandotto St.
l-buors fur Kaiitan.
Shipped dally tn secure packages by
n OROROB RVSSULL. Druggist.
Opposite waiting room. Union depot.
The Santa Fe is the only lino having
a strictly limited train to Chicago.
.Tho Santa Fe Is the only Una having
tlirctt fast trains to Chicago dally.
HAM 1)11 Wll'i; AMI Ml.N AKItKSTI.'Il.
And All lli-iiiuiti! '1 hi-y look Mouiin-s tn
I'rnteiit III111 I roiu Iirliiltiug.
About 7 o'clock last night a telephone
message was received at Central station
lo iln- uiiVct thai Thomas Fiench, a palm
er, of 7l( Campbell stiee-t, hud been In Id up
iiuu loiiiii-.i iii-ui uis uomc ui iai, a goni
wuk li, u knltc und n bunch of keys. Half
1111 hour later unutli, 1 tclephuue nu-ssage-was
le-ctlted at the station, asking for an
oltlcc-r lo be sent iinmidlati-iy to lis Camps
bell btrcct. Seihiunt Campbell was sent
out, and lit- upoittd back that Fre nch had
ci.110 hoine In 1111 Intnxtcaiid caudlitou
early ill the e tiling. Ills wife had tiskid
hlin to leinnlii In the house, but hn ic.
fused, s. 1 j lug that he was going to get
iinothor drink, lie lett the house, and was
standing on tho sidewalk, uccordlng to the
olIloe-iJb report, when Mis. Fiench und lur
sou ran after him and forcibly took h(a
watch and money and taluubles. Sergeant
Cimphell says Frt-iie-li wanted him to ni
lekt Mrs. Fie-nch mul her son on a chaigo
nf hlL-hwuv lobbeiv. Tho scrueunt refused.
and udtiscd Fiencli to go 10 bed und bleep
olf thu cITeuls of Ibiuor.
When ITaby wa3 sick, wo gavo her t'astorls.
Tien tho was a Child, sho cried for Costorla.
Vlicu tho bce-amo Mts, slio clunp- to Costorla.
When tho had Children, tho gavu them CaitorLa.
Tho Wabash railroad is tho onlv short
line- from Kunsu City to St Louis, and the
only line running the fastest passenger
train. The track Is the best, and no cuives
issures you a pleusunt night's rest. The
Wabash. I th.' -udy uuo hat is strictly
Marriage l.li eases Issued Yesterday.
Alfiol M Wik. r, Kansas City, Mo 21
Jiiinette 1 Forrester, Kansas City, Mo .2)
Chnihb L Ki t -hen, Mobi-ily, Mo 21
-May Williams. Kansas City, .Mo a
Ilcaumont HI. bile, Austin, Tex 21
Ihiima C IVicr-on, Kunsns City, Mo 2a
Albeit Chirk, l.eatenwortb, Kns 27
lb-urge Jeiiulc, Miiytleld, Kas t
S. L. Ilasson, Jiukson 1 ounty, Mo 41
Rv.i Dietrich, Jackson county, Mo 2i
Irving liiown, Kansas City, .Mo "i
Delia Rasly, Kansas lily, Mo is
Charles A'ager. John-on county, Kas Sii
Katie Mlinhiirdt, W.-stport, Mo .....21
W. A. McKc-e-ver, llulton, Kns ,, 27
IMlth Shatluc-k. Vandalla, Mo 21
'. Anderson llremiiic-r. Kansas City, Mo..lj
Augusia A.ll.llrcinmer, Kansas Clty,Mo..3.
K. Rlllston, Kansus City, Mo 2J
RIIlo Miller, Kansas City. Mo ;;.:.":.2l
Mllcholl, J, F. and F.; 40S West Four,
tecuthi Desceiubsr 21; boy.
HIa. k, James and .Mary; 1S0O Walnut:
De. ember b; laiy.
Knlpschew, Wllllum and J,: Centropolls:
December 21; girl.
Ilondlo V. 1. und C. I),; Thlrienth and
Traij; December 20, girl.
Tailor. William ,N and Jl. C; 1U3 West
Twtnty-ilist; Dece-mhe-r 30; girl. l
Detoia, F K. and Muud; 1213 Ilolmea:
Dei ember 20; boy. '
M!;a;"D:.ce,,,ber,l.?"g1r.Atlaiei Ktt"8-'8 C"'
Dmb,erhLi);lli-irl'.Ua illn"le; l'""CS!
Johnson, C, unit !,; 1M1 Oak; Dccemhtr
Martin, Mary A.: 2JI Walnut; December
13; sears; puvuunjiilaj buiial in Union
C-asty, "wuile; 1217 llellevlow: December
'u.'ir 'i' i"" euuucoreiiiis; burial
In ht. Murj's cemetery.
20; 75 years; paralysis: buiial In i'i,.
Tracy. Rtissey C; !i3 Hast KI
ceinber 21; 2 j ears; pncumoiila;
I nlou cemetery.
i,!ber,toh"i ,ro"t of le" ClittHotte; De.
ceinber 20; M years; neuralgia ot heart:
burial in Union cemetery. "-",
Fletcher, Cloric; Seventh and Fe-nrv; De
Camow M 'eara; "'aubtlon; burial ut
Hulls. L. R.t 1121 IWlM! llr.,.,.,i,r ..
31 yeais; pne-uuionlu; burial at Urecn RldcJJJ
t'oateu Housa Turkish Ilatlu.
Open day and night. UnsurpaincJ
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