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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. FKBB.UAEY 13. 1697.
ANOTHER WOMAK POISONER.
3HIS. DELI. SPACIJrG WILL BE
TRIED FOR MtTlDER.
Clmored That She Administered Mor
phine to Charles TYIIon and
Canxed UI Death Cae Will
Be Called on Monday.
Another -woman trSI be placed on trial
for her life next Monday In tfce criminal
court on the caaree of having taken human
life with poison. She is Mrs. Delia Spann
ing. 3 years oM. cojred, of 12S TVest
Eighth street. It Is charged that she poi
soned, with morphine. Charles TVilson. C
years old. white, formerly employed as
cook at the Philadelphia house.
While there are no visions of "clouds
pressing down" or forecasts of barn burn
Ins in this case, yet there is an element of
mystery aboot it that wfll appeal to the
morbidly curious, and probably fill the
crimlnU court room with large delegations
from Belvidere and Hides' bottoms. On
December 3. 1SK. Wilson went to the
Sranldinir home and drank two cans of
beer with Mrs. Spaulding and Mrs. Aman
da Neal, who occupies, with her husband,
a portion of the Spaaldins home. After
leaving the bouse "Wilson fell to the pave
ment, and Mrs. Spacldms went to the Sc
end precinct poBee station and had hint
taken to a cell for fear he might freeze on
This was about S3S o'clock in the after
noon. When tlw watches at the station
changed It was discovered that Wilson was
unconscious in his celL He was taken to
Central station, when.- Surgeon London
used the stomach pump, but without suc
cess. WDson died that night. C 1L Wil
kinson, s. chemist, analyzed the contents of
Wilson's stomach and found ten grams of
morphine. Whzn the police went to Mrs.
Spa Hiding's home they asked her If she
used morphine. She replied that she did
end showed them a half filled two ounce
bottle She was immediately arrested for
murder in the first degree. If she is con
victed she will if sentenced to be hanged.
Attorney J. B. Kimbrell will defend her.
The Metropolitan Ha Another Suit In
111 List, aad glMO la Asked
of a. Biscuit Company.
Charles Sackewitz filed a. damage suit for
S1506 against the American Biscuit Manu
lactnrins Company in the circuit court at
Independence yesterday, as a result of in
juries to his daughter Marguerite.
It is alleged that while the girt was em
ployed on one of the floors of the building.
where employes were plMlng a supporting
ptUar. the pillar feu. striking the child
across the back. It is claimed that her In
juries are permanent.
A. Hallam Is the plaintiff fa a. damage
suit directed against the Metropolitan rail
way, filed yesterday. He asks COCO dam
ages for Injuries received last November
while alighting from a. Summit street cable
car The car. be alleges, was started be
fore he had time to alight is the proper
TRAIN R0BBERYAND MURDER.
Criminal Court Fixe the Day for Ttto
Important Caiu Sent Tp
for Tliree Years.
A number of cil'tilnal cases were set for
trial yesterday by Judse Wofford. James
Eephte, Eugene Eldgeway, Ernest ESdge
way and Oscar Bridges, who are charged
with attempting to rob the passengers of
an electric car on the Independence line
Thanksgiving evening will he tried April
fi. The murder case against William Will
lams, the tough negro who shot an inoffen
sive German because he shouted "Hurrah
for Bryan," will be called the same date.
Charles Cadell withdrew his plea of not
guilty to the charge of burglary and lar
vbt and said he was ready to b sen
tenced. He was given thres years in the
THREATENEDJTO CARVE HER.
One. 3L "Wallace Alleges Some Very
Had Thins of Her Hosband
and Anlut a Divorce.
Mrs. Ona M, Wallace, through her at
torney, yesterday filed suit for divorce
from her husband. Dorr E. Wallace. She
alleges that life with him was far from
being "one jxand, swwt song, and that
he even pointed a revolver at her "Several
times and threatened to shoot her. Once,
she doclares. be was about to chop her
up with a butcher knife. She asks 'or
the restoration of her maiden name. Ona
Too Slack Mofhrr-tn-Lnvr.
L. H. Bell filed suit for divorce yester
day again his wife. Hannats. The plaintiff
alleges that shortly after bis marriage
his mother-in-law came to live with them.
He suggested, ho says, that she go eLs
wbtre, but his wife didn't concur, and
the dove of peace flew out of the window.
From the time of the appearance of the
mother of his wife there was disquietude
in tho household.
Special Cornmlmioner .amtd.
James G. Smart was yesterday appointed
Jjy Judge Slover to act as special commis
sioner to take testimony In the ca of cx-filw-riff
John P. O'Neill, who has instituted
suit against County Treasurer Thomas W.
Brady and Jackson county to recover two
checks which he had depo-lted to coer an
altered indebtedness to the county, which
he says does not exist. Tho taking of tes
timon will begin to-day.
Coal and Ice Dealer Asslfrns.
H W Manning, who has been for many
ji.rs In the coal and Ice business at K15
EHt Fifteenth street, jencrday made a
tclur.lary assignment for the protection of
hii creditors to D. C. Hackley, who keeps
a cigar stand In the court hou"e. About
ten men were thrown out of employment.
31 r. nnsnett' Modest mil.
About one month ago a west bound cable
ttaln went dasnlng down the Ninth street
hill and Instead of pausing at th Junc
tion, continued westward and collided with
a -uagon containing coal and Charles ri.
Bas-ctt. The forc of the collision spilled
tho ccal, which fell on Bassett. Yesterdiy
ItaMttt sued the cable company for Jo.OuO
Mny Prove an Expennivc SivHcli.
The Suburban Belt Railroad Company
liilt a switch across the land belonging to
William Thompon, in West Kanaax. Yes-Ir-Tdy
ho brought suit for $1,000 because
Tvo Saloon LIcenncH Granted.
Tho county court jesterdiy granted sa
loon licenses to O'Connor & Gr-uifield .'At
Wnlrut street, and M. B. Madden, 121 West
W. T. Pnu-ell, Editor nnil Pulillaher
of Hie CInrlnsrtnn "Inde
W T Powell, Clnrlngton, O , wrltcn as
follows "Permit me. In this connection,
to state (unsolicited) what your wonderful
medicine, Pe-ru-na, did for mc I was tak
en hick last February with bronchitis and
catarrhal fcer. Mv head was in a ter
rw cuuuttiuti wuiu uwlwkT -. z zizz
crrc'y mi ifl lungs wcto bedly ifcct
1 bMng so tight and soro I -cutd hardly
breathe I cougiW olmos .-onstnntlv- For
two months I Jncd our local phyiciani,
nl! the -nuRh medicine 1 could gt hold of
and manv other rcmenie" wmrn were rec
ommend d to me Abou the mldd'i of
March I concluded to try Pc-ri-n i I ind
not tafcrn half a bottle until I began to
mprote. My lungs wcr r. !'ieti of Jhiir
tor-iess and tightness, and m cough
htopped entitely 1 used three bottles of
and wua entirely 'cur.M and have felt
btter rer sinco tnan i nave ror juirs
Jirorcnitis is citarrn oi iti.
ijdcs ji somci-me procuces cough, some
times tlrkliug or pain In the mlddlo of tho
dost, sometimes shortness (,t breath and
expectoration of mucu& Whatever the
symptoms are, it almost always leads to
consumption unless cured. Tho above vrll
known lltcrarv mic Of Ohio graphically
describes his escape from the usual consc
jnences of bronchial catarrh. Let others
take warning in time. Anvono desir'ng- to
can write Dr. Hartmoi, of Columbus, O.,
and receive prompt answer. Pe-ru-na is
without an equal In this class of affections.
The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Com
pany. Columbus, O., atp sending free to
iny address for a short time Dr Hartman's
latest book on catarrh, la grippe, coughs,
colds, bronchitis and other climatic dis
eases of winter.
Celebrated for its great leavening strength
and healthfulness. Assures the food against
alum and all forms of adulteration common
to the cheap brands
B.OTAL BAKING POWDER. Co-New Tork
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA.
Z, t n'tV.V.jj hm"m A
Mr. Lewis Morrison is the best Richelieu ,
now before the American public It Is with
in his power to become one of the grsatest
representatives of th2 cardinal known to
the American stage. He played the part
for the first time in this aty at the Grand
last night before a large and much inter- '
ested audience. He was given discriminate j
irs applause end was repeated! called be-
fore the curtain. There was no time dur
ing the entire performance when the actor
was not impressive, and there were many
times when he was Impressive to a high '
Those who see Mr. Morrison in this play t
must be frequently reminded of Edwin .
Booth's portrayal. The present genera- j
tion remembers two great Bicaelieus thoe
of Booth and Barrett- Booth's Richelieu
had all the subtle intellectuality, all the j
authoritative manner and all the graceful
externals that anyone can gather from a
study of the character, but It lacked the I
lofty splendors that are vr1 gtVnMr in- 1
tended In Bulwer Lytton's representation
in dramatic form. Barretts Richelieu
lacked the finer shadings, but It soared ma
jestically by the aid of Lytton's Imagery.
Mr. Morrison, who is one of the mast ad
mirable readers of colloquial passages we
have, is in his happiest element in this
play. He speaks the lines with clear cut
enunciation and analyzes with rare intelligences-
He depicts the craftiness of the
cardinal-king with a fine discernment.
What he lacks is priestly austerity, mag-
nincent repose, elements of greatness that j
must be present to make the depest posi- I
ble Impression. There is a suspicion that he
has played the wheedling devil so long that
he cannot always shake off the conciliatory j
accents of his utterance. There is noth-
ins conciliatory about Richelieu. I
Mr. Morrison's company Is in the main
very effective In this play. Mr. Whittleey
is an excellent Mauprat. He makes the
part virile, fervid and romantic Miss Rob
erts is surpassingly sweet as Julie, but she
gives the character as much of womanly
strength in the later scens as she does of
girlish ingenuousness in the first act Mr.
Johnstone lacks the convincing quality in
his Baracas. A particularly well carried
part is the Francois of Miss Bartelle, and
Tt Lillian Armsbv. In the verv limited
role of Manon de Lorme, does some of the J
prettiest Dy-piay seen in many a any. Jir.
Trimble Is satisfactory as Joseph. The same
bill will be repeated thU afternoon. The
engagement will doe to-night with a rep
etition of "Faust.'
The last prformances of "Hendnck
Hudson, Jr.," will be given at the XInth
Street opera, house this afternoon i-Cd to
night. The production is one of the most
beautiful in which popular Corinne has
ever appeared, and she has better support
than she has ever had before.
Next week's attractions are particularly
strong. At the Auditorium. Fanny Daven
port, who is making her last tour in the
Sardou pla"3. will be seen In three of
these masterpieces of dramatic construc
tion, all of which will be taged with great
care, notably "GIsmonda. "
At the Coates James O'Neill will be sen
In tnree of his strongest bilU "Monte
Cristo," "The Courier of Ljons" and "Vlr
glnius." Therf seems to be no cessation
in the popularity of the Dumas plaj, which
Mr. O'Neill has kept before the public so
A particularly strong company will sup
port John E. Henshaw at the Grand next
week, when he will be seen In "Dodge at
the French Ball."
A great deal is promised In "Shooting the
Chutes," the new farce comedy that will
open a week's engagement at the Ninth
Street to-morrow afternoon.
The last of the series of Sunday concerts
by the Philharmonic orchestra will b giv
en at the Academy of Music to-morrow
New Tork, Feb. 12. Jean de Reszke this
morning received a cable message from
Mme Melba. who is in Paris. She states
that she will reiurn to America the Litter
part of this month, and sends sympathetic
words apropos Castlemary's death. It Is
now believ ed Melba v. HI appear in Chicago
Antony's Funeral Oration.
Professor S. H. Clark, teacher of elocu
tion In the Chicago University, will giv e an
address and a reading before the pupils of
the Kansas City School of Oratory this aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock. February 12. Mr. Clark
will make an analysis of Mark Antony's
funeral oration at this time. The friends
of the school arc Invited to be present.
Franlf Mnnsey, of Magazine Fame and
the Owner of the Ashland, Una
a. Lucky 'nmlier.
When Frank Munsey, the magazine pub
lisher, bought the old Grand Missouri ho
tel, be decided to change Its name, and so
notified his manager. TranK Poor. Mr.
Poor thought the hotel should be called
the Hotel Munsey and asked for permis
sion to so christen it. The suggestion was
promptly turned down and Mr. Munsey
wrote to him saying any name would do
so that It had SPven letters in it. No more
would be allowed, no less And so Mr.
Poor gave the hotel the nime of Ahland.
Since then It has been learned at the ho
tel that Mr. Munsey has great faith in
the llgure seven. Rumor has It that he
Is a seventh child, that he was in the pre
paratory school and college seven jears.
that he courted his wife "even iars, and
that he founded Fevcn publications before
he Anally hit the roval road to fortune
with Munsey's Magazine, in the name of
which there are seven letters. When he
decided to cut the price of his publication
to 10 cents he wanted a new title page
and gave his art department orders to pre
pire seven sample pages, the last one being
the familiar one now used. When he built
the new office for his magazine he mado
It seven stories high The old building
where he laid the foundation of his for
tune, he has bought mid will remodel it to
a seven story structure and open It as a
hotel Its name will be a word with ";vcn
letters. Mr. Munsey i3 said to have in
mind seven schools in the land, each of
portion of his fortune.
-UCK IN CHUNKS.
Three Insnrnuce Mrn Who Jlnve 'Net
ted ?"." In IlnlltcK on nu In
vcxtmriit of JV-..-.JS.
Three lucky insurance men were al the
Coates House jostcrdav They were Hen
rv Clai Stuart, of Dcs Mo'.ics. la.. Ilpsn
i Washington Crandall, of St. Louis, auti
John Henry Stafford, of Des Moines. la
Two weeks ago at n. hotol where he was
stopping. Stuart bought chances in a watcli
ralile. and with an Investment of $? ot l
magnificent gold watch worth R0 LaU
Monday Crandall Invested In a raille for a
TCOO diamond stud, ard on an investment a
SS cents captured the sparkler. During ti-e
winter Stafford took two chances on a
watch worth 113. and wuh $2 30 nt stake
won the watch They each woru their je'r
elty jestcrday nnd wen very proud of i'
The Jcwflrv rcprfsent'-d a value of J.,75
and was :oi oil a total Investment of
JsJlS. v.l.Ji :h-y nil agreed was a verv
good r"tuI considering hard times and
All of tie lucky men are special agents of
The Bargains Prepared for To
day's Shoppers at
H Reliable Shoes desirable Underwear Ties, Handkerchiefs,
Buyer pict ed up
a job. Twas late
in trie season and
the maker accept
ed our price. The
price we name
for nest season.
Ladies' Union Suits.
Fleeced nbbed cotton, nicely finished,
kind never sold under 7Zc brings H. in
most stores, while the lot nc
lasts take them at 3""
Children's Union Suits.
Flewed nbbed cotton.
all sizes, act-
ually worth c while
Ladies Vests and Pants.
Fleeced ribbed cotton, soft, perfect
shaped, quality counted a. bargain at
3)c while the lot lasts, -.-c
ptr garment ...OO'
Our Corset su
premacy is be
coming more de
"We've the hand
department i n
every good cor
set in every size and style is
represented. To-day we offer
another one of those extraor
dinary bargains for bargain
Grey coutille and black sateen cor
sets, perfect shaped, comfortable, styl
ish, worth JLTS. to-day 8oC
take them at- "V"
G. BERNHEIMEH, BROS. & GO.
At the Beacon Hill Congregational church
the pastor. Rev. J. H. Crum. will preach at
U a. in., subject, "God." and at T.30 p. in..
subj-cr, "Special Providence as Dlustrated
By the Life of Joseph." sjabbath school at
S i3 a. m.. T. P S. C E. at 6J p. m. All
services held at the hall. VS.i East Twenty
At the First Cumberland Presbyten-in
church, corner Thirteenth and Oak streets,
the pastor. Rev. E. X. Allen, will preach
Sunday morning and evening, morning sub
ject, "Paul's Journey to Damascus', even
ing at 7.3, "The One Thing NeedfuL '
Palestine Illustrated by maps at tha
Westport Methodist church. Fortieth and
Washington streets. Sunday morning at U
o'clock, evening services. T 13. Strangers
welcome; seats free. Charles W. Moore,
At the Roberts mission, 105 East Third
street, a Gospel meeting will be held Sun
day evening at 130 o clock, conducted by
Mr. David Carruthers.
Independence Avenue Methodist Episco
pal church The pastor. Dr. Quayle, will
preach morning and evening.
Arlington Methodist Episcopal church,
Prrspect avenue and Seventeenth street
Preaching by the pastor, the Rev. L. C
S-ppenfield. Morning subject, "Christ in
the Midst." Evening. "The Theater and
Theatergoing." Epworth League devotional
meeting at G:45 p. m.
St. George's Pro-Cathedral, corner Troost
and Linwood avenue. Rev. F. X. Atkin.
fotmerly of Macon, Mo , officiating. Morn
ing prayer, litany and sermon, 11 a. m.;
evt-ning prajer and sermon at 7.3). Music
rendered bj the vested choir of men and
Regular services at Sixth and Prospect
Avenue Christian church. Rev. George
Combs preaching both morning and even
ing. The choir will render: "Hear Me.
O Father" (Lambillotte): "Ashamed of
Thee" (Danks), Miss Sparrow, "Jubilate
Deo" (Nevlne); "When Power Divine-"
At the Twenty-ninth Street M. E. church
at 11 a. m. memorial services will be held
In memory of the late Joseph Baldwin.
At 7 20 n. m the pastor. I. F. Roach, will
preach on the subject, "The Gospel of Il
lumination." . ,. , .
The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Dav Saints will hold a series of
meetings at their church. 2321 WabaSii avenue-,
commencing Sunday at 11 a. m.
Preaching every evening at 4j. Llder
Arthur J. Davis, of Kansas, will be the
speaker. All are Invited to come and hear,
prove all things anc hold fast to that
which is good.
Hie Fb-st bociety of Spiritualists will
hold religious services at its hall, 1318
Grand avenue, on Sunday at . JO p m.
coi.ducted bv Rev. Dr Denslow, w ho speaks
while In a complete trance. Seats free.
St. Paul's Reformed church, lbX Central
street R"V. J. W Love. D. D , pastor, will
in each at 11 a m on "Cnwise Labor, and
at 7 15 P m on "Running a race. Sunday
school it 9 43 a. m. Christian Lr.deavor at
' All" members of tho United Brethren
chutch are requested to meet in the parlor
of the- Y. M. C A.. Wednesday evening,
Linwood Fresb tcrian chu'ch-Rev. J. A.
P McGaw. pastor Subject of morning
sermon "A Penitent's Prajer." evening.
'What Presbv tcrlans Believe.
Thi Goinel W ltness, at 1--0S East Twelfth
sUect-The pastor. J S Detvviler. will con-tiiir-
the services and preach as follows
At 11 L I "Who Are Come-Outers"
- -,(, Wcdnesdiv 1 U p.
':...r.n. s-,-.-i: Friday. 7 45 p. m..
1" , . ' T.'Ur. rnnl-l
rhird Church of Christ (Scientist). Ly
ceum hall Wl W et Mmh street-Sunday
services at 11 a ra. Friday evening serv
ices at S oc'tnK.
1'irst Trcsbv terlan church, corner of r or-
XT -PvnlK Which, Arc, Grater in
oXrk'Thr'Broad VTHott-Our Thing,
md Thin-s of Otbrs Bible school at 9 4.
m -iour.g Peoples Soi-ty of Chrlstlat
ETi"noren?PPMlSn?ht mission, S15 Mali
street The usual satutda i.Uht Sfr!C
ho"nnln- at 9 o'clock and continuing til
midmsM butiday bervlc-s Grcu llibl ;
class 9 30 a m. afternoon services. '.
n.lock evening evainrciiste service. . K
Evance'.ist J E olfe having entir
eliarge of Service, assisted b Mr H .)
Hampfn and others Sttrrinc songs an 1
bright testimony from E'rls redeemed froi.
UAt the DundtO Place Methodist Episcopal
church, correr of Trocst avenue and East
riftecnth stroet, the pastor. Rev. S I .
Warner will preach nt 11 a. ra nd J '. .
m Morning subject. On Duty "Kit a
Christ livening subject, "Gulltv or Ixtt
Guiltv " Revival meetings will lie conduc
ed, each evening t'urlng the week, excel t
AtVoFlrst Baptist church, corner t
Twelfth and Baltimore, the pastor, D-.
Northrop, will oceupj tho pulpit at the m-
uul hours, tsapusis ui mu tuj unu s,.i.u
gers will be made to tc-el at home at bolh
sen ices l ra enns rr.cn arc aiso mo e
There mill oe ro senicea at me ove
AVnited Presbtcrial church, as the Second
a kPi V
as only the most progressive store couia sell them.
Snaps for Men.
Laundered Percale Shirts.
Attached collar and cuffs new tpring
styles, every ona perfect; splendid
JOX) qualit, to- r
. i .'
Wool Shirts and Drawers.
Tan colored the grade we always got
a dollar for; closing nr
Look like silk feel like
silk wear like silk
Worth just double.
Cotton Half Hose.
French make fast black, high spliced
heel, extra spliced sole; worth 2Gc:
while thev last, ISc; 3 rtr
PAIRS FOR. aUfc'
We are now preparing, and
will frarc ready JXonday, a
slwicing of Sew Dress Good,
that, for beauty, stytc, telling
and saving, trill .rind no coun
terpart elsewhere this season.
Extraordinary chances for
bargains hare existed during
the past feu: month, and, as
usual, Bernhcimcrs buyers
fccce tciscl'j improved them.
The most popular fabrics, the
rarest and choicest fabrics, the
most complete assortment ever
brought out on. our counters,
will be ready for you JTondcy.
Jnspeet Display TFlndoirsi
church wilt unite with the First church.
evanselical services linrifr th iKirtM-.tiin'
of Evangelist Mrs. Edith L. Peake. Sab -
bath school in Second church at the usual
The regular monthly meeting of the Ep -
worth League Union will be held at Grand
Avenue ji. sz. cnurcn on Thursday. Feb
ruary IS, at S p. m. Rev. Dr. C. B. Mitch
ell will deliver an address to the leagues,
and at the clcse a farewell reception will
be given Dr. Mitchell, who will leave for a
new field very soon. Everyone Is cordially
invited to attend.
Howard Memorial Methodist Episcopal
church. Springfield avenue and Cherry
stret Rev. D Wamer. Ph. D . will preach
at 11 1 m. en "Paul's Second Missionarv
Journey." and at night on "Is There a
Hell?" At the night service Mrs. Dr. Good
hue will sing a solo.
At the men's meeting at the Young Men's
Christian Association. Sunday afternoon,
the following will be tho programme:
"Christian the Morn" (Shelley). Miss Rich
ardson, Mrs. S A. Voorhees. O. W. Phil
brock, F. H. Clark: solo, Mrs S. A. Voor
hees, address, Walter C. Veazle, state
evangelist for the Congregational church
in Kansas; "O, Come to Me Te Wearv"
(Florio). quartette. An Invitation is ex
tended to all men to attend these services.
First Unlversallst church in hall. No 1210
East Ninth street Rev. Charles R. East,
pastor Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject.
' Nineteenth Century Heroes." evening, the
second of a series of special twenty-minute
sermons. Sunday school. 10 a. m.
All Souls" church. Tenth street and
Broadwav J. E. Roberts, minister. Serv
ices at 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon,
' What Is the Matter With This World?"
A. W. Kokendoffer. pastor Forest Ave
nue Christian church, will preach at morn
ing service from the text. "No Man Saw
Jesus Only." W. P. Bentlcy, returned mis
sionary from China, will occupy the pulpit
In the evening.
rirst United Presbv terian church, corner
of Sixteenth and Holmes streets Mrs.
Edith L. Peake. the evangelist, will have
charge of the services both morning and
evening. Her topic in the evening will be
Excuses The revival services, led by I
Mrs. Peal-e, vlll continue every afternoon j
and evening next week. I
Grand Avenue Methodist Episcopal r
cnurcn me pastor, ur. Jiitcneu, will
preach at 11 a. m. on "The Chamber of Re
flection." and at 7-43 p. m. on "The Right
Use of Our Wits."
Gcsnel hall. 1019 Walnut street Sunday
at 10 30, Acts xx.7; 3 04 p. m . Sunday
sehcol; 7.13 p. m , preaching. All are m
itea. Rev. W. P. George, D D , LL D. will
nrprtph mfimin" unit pvpninr nt Wosttntritt-
tr Presbj terlan church. Subjects Morn-
Ing "Manna, The Mvsterv." followed by
noiy communion ana reception of mem
bers: evening, "The ResponsibiUtv of
Wealth. Have Bradley Martin et al the
Right to Use Money As They Please?"
Second Presbv terian church, corner Thir
teenth and Central streets. Rev. II. D.
Jenkins, D. D, pastor Scrv ices at 11 a.
m. and 7-43 p. m. Subject of morning ser
mon, "The World for Christ: Christ for
the World " evening, "Chosen for Good
Fruits." Sunday scaool at 9 30 a. m. Prav-
rruuN ounuaj se iuui ;it j a. in. xra-
er meeting Wcdnesdav evening at S o'clock.
V. P. S. C. E. at 6-43 p. m.
Tho topic for tho bunday evening serv
ice at the First Congregational church is
"Working Girls, and How to Help Them."
Addresses will bo delivered bv Miss Sears,
secretary of tho Y W. C A , and Pro
fessor Smith It Is understood th it the
pastor. Dr. Hopkins, will give somo ob
servations concerning voting women em
plojed in stores and other public places.
Th- musical programme will be as follow s
Quartette1 " o Lord Phuko Me Not"
(Pitcki. solo and quartette. "My Suu!
Longcth" (Marston).Mrs. W C Goffe. M--3.
J. Otis Huft, Mr. J W HIngston and Mr.
W. J. Murrav , solo. "Arise. He Calleth
Thee (Roeckel) Mr. Hingston. Mr.
Frark P Fisk. Drganl"t.
Clvde Congregational church corner of
Brooklvn avenue and Seventh streets. Rev.
Woleott Calkins. D D , pastor Preaching
bv the pastor t 10 45 a. in and 7:43 p. 111.
Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at G 43 p. m.
A In Union Pacific Sxtcni.
Hn FfLni-in- lSth. Marcn 2u and lfith.
February 10th. March 2d and
. .. . j-.i. '-.i n. v.7 r.'
April wn aim .in uuu .! iiu :i jein.
excursion tickets to points in Kansas No
brnski. Colorado, Utah and Wjomlns. fit
rate of one fare, plus $2 00. for tile round
trip, and sool for stopoers. Final limit
twer.t-one dis No stnuo.ers allowed on
I 11 I IllUIt XTiLl illU IV1U octt iiJIIItfSti:n.tfl a
rtttirn trip Tor full Information applv to
Lnlon fncinc ncKat vik?i, ixo ivf.v .uiin
stteet. No IOCS Union aenue and Union
station. Telephone 1109. FRWIEY
SnIInn, Km., nnd Iteturn.
Tor the meeting of tho crand lodgf . A. F.
and A. M. tho Santa Fe Kouto will sell
tickets to Sallna ana return at trie rate of
:one fare for the round trip on February
in ii lilt ititt t-. mjyj u .bU4t u.111 II m fi ii
1 I1..I. n. irnul 4n ratilrn itiill -m.i
ruar 20. Santa To Route ticket plllces
nortr-east corner Tenth and Main streets.
1009 Union avenue and Union deppt,
JSTUkJO k TIsA!J 1 fi
EnSATIOn ? I
Twelfth and iIain Streets.
Gloves, etc, offered to to-day's
Shoes for $2.98.
A price with
out a prece
and well made
Shoes, dongola rippers, new
coin toe shoes never before
sold under $4 to
day, per pair
Ladies Dongola Shoes.
Lace or button, latest styla toe,
uiar $io values,
Ladies' S2 Shoes for S1.39.
Pointed toe, shapely, as good as you
ever got for $2. to-day, C, -,n
per pair ?Oi"
Kangaroo calf and dongola, lace and
button, actual C values, C .
To-day's offerings in
not likely 10 be matched in
this or any other city
Good ones, nice brittle, well made
me usual ic onu .u; vu- r
Full size. I-oz- jars. Tho
universal 5c grade for......
Our well known Florianna brand, sold
In drug stores at 25c. sold by us reg
ularly at 13c Saturday. .r
per oz ."
you must furnish
6. BERNHEIMER, BROS. & CO.
J CCOOOCOCOflO CO CGCOCCGOCC"
Another Bankrupt Wholesale
O which was purchased yesterday at
X 3Sc on the dollar, will he on sale.
rt beginning- this morning, O
THE PRICE OP
This stock consists of the entire
Bankrupt Stock of II. Oppenheimer
& Co.. and was bought bv us of the
trustees, IL P. Wright & Co. O
O This stock is fresh, clean and of Q
g the latest style of goods. O
O Anybody looking for a rare bar- g
g gain in the jewelry line will he sat- O
rt isfied by coming to this establish- g
Q ment to-day. j
1017 Main St.
3 J a II orders promptly filled.
OCXSOOOOOOOO OO OOPOOOOOOOO
iATINEK it 3 "A
HAT. TO DAY.
List Xllae, --
TO-MOKROW. SUNDAY MATINEE,
John E. SZEaSTSECA-VT"
IN 1113 LA TEST COMF.DV,
"DODGE AT THE FRENCH BALL"
SKATS NOW bELLING Foil
iamis CD jSi jED JL - !
donday (s&uvni- nlghtj auu
iVetlrnday night "K0KTE CRiSIC"
t - . - Vr
. . ',- ... .Aaimv-n, A .., .. ,
, eonesua -- ' ri,' , """'
e.red beati Stic, .St. I. Wednesday
matinee -"ll ro.cricd je-i-s 3t'e.
, - ,
'N'T'xl -5' I.' t-?. Hi HirP
Hendrlck Hudson, Jr.
60 PEOPLE 60 PEOPLE
sLDi1?"' Shoot the Chutes!
THE JOURNAL DELIVERED AT
k a . -7 -
,YnilR DOOR FOR ONLY 10 CENTS
3-5 -a . A
Our Hat Display
Was made principally for
who have never traded here. A man who has once bought
a Nebraska hat never needs any urging to buy his next
hat of us. A man who has bought anything of us and
knows that we sell hats will be pretty apt to think that if
he can do well on one thing he probably can on another.
But the men who have never bought anything of us have
no idea how well they can do here. There are about as
many hats in our windows alone to-day as a good sized
hat store carries; our hat department, a store in itself,
is full of new hats, while our reserve stock of hats looks
like a wholesale house. We expect to sell all these hats
and buy more before straw hats get ripe. We have faith
in Nebraska hats. We believe when we sell one man a
hat that he will send two more men after hats that's the
way it has worked for seven seasons and it should apply
with greater force this season than ever before. We sell
wonderfully good hats for 75c They're full fur stock
hats, as good as any hatter sells for $1.51 We sell Ne
braska Specials for $1.50; the best popular priced. hat sold
anywhere. We sell best hats for $3.00. There are no
better hats. Mr. What's-his -name, who made 'em, put
our name in the crown instead of his, and that's why
they're not $5 instead of $3.
z2i-t -"sis-einwCs a r I
10 1 West 9th Street, Kansas Gty, Mo.
Tho OliKellahlo Doctor. Oldest la Age, tongwt located. V Insular
Graduate la 2Iedlclne. Otct U? Xears Special PracUec
... . m,.h.u,. .rniMri. j csnrlr nrccrcrc fSuo.
( AnthorUdDytcoi5tatoioireaii.nuiic ici.wuou ..... -..s V"r,-i'
guaranteed or rcoseyreranaed. AU medicines furauhed ready for use. Jo dctea-
EcllrrwhOT.lroHnioorljrcatase. Ciarseslow; CaerSaat) cases ced. Asoaad
eene14fciaaCsSt0yoar5andnd.lorters. Consultation la toe and coaa-
SSSrwSameSrand Sexual Debility, (SSSSSS)
produces losses, ptaples ad blotches on the lace, rashes of. hlood to head, psislnbacjc. con
fssedeasaadforOalaeiS.baj.liIclress. arersicn to society, los of sexnal pewer. loss of
iod?lccnrrornI& Isaastcp U ni;ht losses restore lost semalpower.restoroserra
and hrai power, enlarge and strengthen vreak parts and ai.o yoa Hi for narnagc
C'm'Iic thatterrih!odisease.iaaUltsBCfr:cfure Pcr??::c,c,lrj5!0S
oypillllS, fc a and stages cnrd for i -' Lrlt-LUi c caustic, ccttfc hongies or
...? U.-.j..;;rirc1.it. CX.. mn ln. TCn n!. en cxDOScre. Patient can
stilm . c T..r.nnir:itn-dJllBsiietrcateient3thocie.
Swellings- Sores, Gonorrhea and Gleet, and ail
forms of Pri-rata Diseases positively enred Br
Tlnnir for both sexes. SO pases. ST plctares.
DUUrV traoto life, -with lali description of
aboTQ diseases, tho eCecU and cure, scat seal-
i.ttio twilr -d Tisarer list of anesdons.
hree iYluseum or Anaxomy
life-llkoiaoeels and -wax figures decply'impresa ito nlnd; a scHool ot in-1 Sundays 10 to 12
gggJWoSSSlSS to ttitofc cA mm forfeit for cioc disc, tte. at curt
Our largely increased sales during the past year inspire
in us the belief that our methods, prices and grades have
oroved satisfactory to our large line of customers.
ALWAYS SEE XJS BEFORE BTJTn3STC3-
B. "W. WOODWARD. 1
F. A. FAXON. J. C. HORTOX.
Faxon & Co.
12C6-1208 UNION AYE.. Kansas Citj. Ho.
(Near Union Depot.)
J. L. LANE, President
b i ri poplar finish
reenway Lumber Ccsssb
.. . J ... . OAK BRIDGE PI
Yard: loop Baltimore
OAK. ASK POPLAR, HICKORY. CYPSE55.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BARGAIN."
MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
fc..MrmMvtad'. . t k . n4S
ztr'i' without knife, pain or chlorofoi m. call or write lor particulars F1JKK
4jSf syp' l's and othtrlilcotl dlsea'.ca. causlns soro threat, filling hair, pala
C&3?Kf? V In banns. &ic. etc. TermaneUlIv cured lTlttiont uiercurr.
kj nrlunrr Uiasato, acute
(V: " Piles and Hitula car'ad
FREE CONSULTATION AND URINARY ANALYSIS.
Buok oi Facts, for iron only, sent sealed on receipt of sit cents (stamps) to
prepay. Call or write in confidence.
the benefit of hundreds of men
En y TonrEsrjr Cases aad Ejrsr Case Fillers
direct from headquarters, amt save money.
We carry a tremendous stock of thera
all kinds and our prices are low. These
roods, are cheaper now- than ever teiore.
Write tis for our Special Prices on. erj
case. Butter Tubs, Fruit Packages and
OTHER SEASOXABLE GOODS.
SlanonA Kansas city.mcl
- -- ''0
Rheumatism ieSo dure! "a
SURE CUBE. Tho greatest discovery la tha
annals of medicine. Oaa dose giTes relief; a
cnroln a few days. Send statement of ca3c,
vrfth stamp for circular.
O kb 4n J7 H
Oils and Glass
A. H. CONNELLY, Secretary.
Ave. oak timbers.
Knlarcil VrlnoT rotum) often canard
enom Detilll - I ro potency. Lack of De-
IllllVwveau Manorr and mn. oilier srmntoma. XTa
(rpl .1 cm 1T W VaU inil 1 fl m 4 fftr A t A.1
or chtoniccursdqnlcklrand at smallcosi
cr no pay.
JO WEST NINTH ST.,
KANSAS CITY, M0t