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"I'll V. A lUHTS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 181K3.
The Government Chemists, after having analyzed
all the principal brands of baking powder in the
market, in their reports placed the "Royal" at the
head of the list for strength, purity t.nd wholesome
ness ; and thousands of tests all over the country
have further demonstrated the fact that its qualities
are, in every respect, unrivaled.
Avoid all baking powders sold with a gift or
prize, or at a lower price than the Royal, as they in
variably contain alum, lime or sulphuric acid, and
render the food unwholesome.
FIIiE AT OMAHA.
SARAH h AD AN EXPERIENCE.
Farnam Street Thter Com
FW rirrmrn Injurril. Two latillv !)
tailtvl iti'lncnt f llie I. o--.es uiitl .1 Ltt
f Ihe timf .if llir I. in..-rs Origin o
thf I'ire I iikturv. u, lint M .;.Ki.,l to
II;is- ISi-pn rtti.fil nv tltf I a ilin.; .if n
Arc l.leclr.e Lilit I n-t I;-c-.vere'J dq
tin- st ;;;.
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S"-r- i '::Tt, :.a : :: r" I.e t-l ;:: aer .if
F:f. :.t L :i;ul r.ir:i:fi. -Teets, tw!
eon:;..! :-:.v tic-tr y.- 1 .y .Ir-. The cuiU
laii of brick. " feet by '. -' i:i a. 1
was f M rics hijih i:i frt-ut hr.I fiv in
the rt-iT On the f:rst fh r were a rr.m.'ier
of ?t : tJif ti-ks of w hi' h iTr- r'i::.L1.
The lo..-. is e in; at ett nt j'J'O. '')
pt-rr :.s. five f them Krt-Tuen. wr inj-irel
by fa'.'iii.L- wh.Is Ti.ey fire: J M G.iyn .r,
spectator, lie.! ar;--I -;,.ue ii.jireil. J. li.
Scott. :j n.;.:.. I.ruta ! or. and i c iy.
Ed. n:i;sf.n. lmMi -r:..Hr. urt:i In-Wer.;
John McHriiic. T.re ca; '.a-u, ri? aV?tit ht-n l
and 1 1 k (!::; u'er.):: : y :r.jt:re.i.
Klesner. c:;: nil i;t ! unl
ion of I l;e h. a:i. : Pi;Tr..i: .MnSjn i-evi-r
cut c'juut nvii !. F;; -,-:i.nz Al JtroEiP
mU!iti; McBriie nr.: K.fu-T arc
thonht to bs ft tT.y ir:j ire :
Th? .;er toe wh.ch r c.tj-ie.1 the
t:' ." an '. wi w.irth " ." "J. sf.-;w.Lutii
& Co, (irii.-L.'i.-t't o:: tl.t trc-.ni lluor.
wtre danixi; ! to the -xti-:it o! ?:.'.''. tt
imv.ra .? jut ut rcvcriti the n:::ou:it.
J.J M;;!leti, a coiif.T'inii-r. lnt $'.''
etock. :u- irei f..r . '': lxnz & Wil:ian:-i.
alw.tikeer. in-t' i 'r t, thf the r
buil'liiiL', )o-i dn -ti' k nir! ti.v'iiri-? .
and were injured f.r . .Iiuk m I,
rbIotu fcm the lT'.imi : !l ir -f the tlit-itr;
bui'ri.ri.1 1 th'.,' ' i;i,i '. eh iturrtri.?e
to the am i:::,t .; K 1 Wit 1:4 b-er
al Kin o-r i r. j...:iin- ;n-iTrc I u:M
itte. lot '.in I xa. n-'ire.t for il.T,
Ilenrv A!;i-iis;i:i.-a. ti.-k ' broker in the
theatre hiiil ;it, 1-r .; i; rninsurei
I'ard'.-i'ti'-. i.at'i rttn! i,-iri h.ir in tin
theatre b i-inei:t. ! U-ilf injure i.
The Anieric 111 F;u-; c..:u; ii:y on iirnt Hour,
lot furniture mi'' iixturt-- north tj;
fully insure 1. ,!. s jott citrar ioaSer in
the siime o;T:re. :i -t 1 : insured. A.
Itubeti-tein, .tye !.'h;i ii. the hasemerit. lo-t
t.'iiji): utiin-iir-1 i)i .1 c kn.iin, dentist on
the second ttoor. iot ;."!.; partially i:i
Fured. Hi-, Swo!l,. HoriHta, lo-.
t.M): uninsured. N. M. liud.ly, opticinu.
lost ?2,r00; half insured
The orittin of the fire is not known. It
was di :oVere.I in t he at ape about .Vclock,
just after 'The Waif of New York" had
ended a rehearsal, and it in thought that
the fire started from a spurk thrown out
during t!ie fi:e scene in the tilay or from a
cigarette dropped by one of the player,.
Another theory that it was caused by the
falling of an arc-light. The theater em
ployes at fiit attempted to put out the
fire by tisinu the hose in the building, but
this was soon pivpn up and n ireneral alarm
sounded. The falling in of a portion of
the roof carr mI the fire into the middle of
the buildinu, and the firemen, owinj; to an
nnaccouutahle weakness of th- water
pressure, could for a time do nothing
The first three of the injured were hurt
by falling timbers, which !ell from the
high portion of the rear wall. This caused
the collapse of the north wall. At IH;3f)
the west wall crumbled and it was here
that the last of the firemen named were
injured. AH of them were buried in the
debris, beiiij; carried down to the aide
walk from a mirrow bulcotiy 011 which
tbey were working. Al Jerome, one of
the squad, was still missing at a late hour,
and is believed to be lying dead at the
bottom of the pile. On account of tKe
menacing condition of the walls yet stand
ing Fire Chief Calligan said that he
would not order his men beneath them to
search for the missing firemen. When
the east wall fell the mas crushed the
one-story saloon buildingsof l,entz & W"
liums and F. t Wittig, completely wrei
ing the buildings and destroying the stjc&s
'Witnev.t'd th- rtomburlm'iit of Rio and
ltijaet It, Too.
Faiis. Oct. :'.-Sir,-.h lU-rnhardt, the
a- tri-.s, who 1 as ret timed to 'Paris from
her ti .eatriciil tour i f South America, t'e
M.ribes at h-n:th her experience at iI;o de
Janeiro dun lg the bombardment. Soe
.iys- "I never before had such an erpeii
encs it was I mai veilous c lie of a 1 fe
t:n:e I was ca deck constant !y during the
first two das, not going below even to
e.u In those two days -11 cannon shots
vere exclia.'V 'd between Fort Santa Cruz
arii ti.e war ships. The display was su
perb, but nol nuy apparently shot to kill.
Not one shot, ns far ns 1 saw r heard, hit
or hurt anything. It seerne i as if they
had created a splendid spL.ctacle to frighten
etch other am. were doing their bet to
make the grete-t possible no;se without
Il"a the morning of the third day sev
eral if us .t pertnission f "om the city to
go ashore, a'.tl ough the steamer's captain
had' been oicered not to land passengers.
Nothing a'ooi t the place reminded me of
what I suppos d a besieged c.ty would
look like llus ness was going uti ns usual.
In the afternoon the ladies wer- out !riv
ing and cilhn; as if nothing w-ere happen
ing, and in the evening the places of
amusement wi re as full as ever. l):i!y in
the afternoon of the last day did t he people
seem to grow 1 littie anxious, wi.ra there
were reports o: re-iioorcemeiits and a more
vigorous bousl ardmi-ut of the city.
' Iioth iu landing and returning to the
I'ortULTil we v re obliged to cross toe bay
in smal: boats The rebel warships were
tiring interna tintflr, bat none of their
hois struck !: .r us."
DeRtli ltlow ff tlie .e;titipii' Tniiiri
San Fuasi i- i, U t. :. What is e.m
si b re l to tie vJ e death blow of t i. . S-i-men's
union tin been given it ta
ngents of the i i;-' tic Co it S't-aiii'i'.n coin
I "any. It has t -ea the cu.::i to ai! i-.v
regular ttme atd one-ha'.f for every h .ir
of extra work l'nis materiaily im-reas.-d
the wages of th freight ban Hers, erirri-il-iy
d'iri :.g the grain season. .Yo'ii iy
the firm of Goxiall, I't-rkins & Co. an
nounced they .:il I hen -t-f-.rth lefiise t 1
pay for extra w irk. This wiii save the tom
pany f 4 ',0 'O yeirly. Tin coast sc itne-i
have been on a strike during ! he pat yen -committing
l;nati;ite mi rage-, eutitug
anchor chains and beat'!: uoii-u:.i.ni me: .
and it i j.rohib e that lio-y will make .vj.r
on the Pacific c eist hue if t tie former sca.e
of wages is not resumed inuiiediatelv.
Ttir l-i tpsey-Ilurge t iiit.
Sev. VjIjk. t ct. 3 Acc ir "ing to ap
pointment (jus I'uthi'.l met Dick Ilurge.
but no articles were signed. The match
will certainly b ma le between Ibirge and
Jack Dempsey. The favt is that each has
f l.thK) on deposit at presertr to bind the
bargain. The caief rea ion for not signing
was that they were waiting for Judge
Newton to arri'-' iu order to see what
would he done : 1 regarl to the purse
KILLED HIS GUEST,
But thv l,urt Had A lime J l!i lloat'
I'lTTsm ito, Oct. 3. I.uig Sal vadori shot
find instantly killed Benjamin Soola.who
Was a guest at his home in Ce. il towusln.i,
near McDonald. Socola was a stranger
seeking employment He stopped with
Salvadori. a countryman, to spend the
night. The family and guest drank freely
of beer. AUottt midnight Salvadorl went
out for fuel for the fire During his ab
sence Socola attempted to outrage Salva
dor's wife, felling her to the tloor with
When Salavadori returned he ordered
Socola to leave. This the latter refused to
do, whereupon Salavadori, who had three
loaded rifles in the bouse, seized one and
fired at bis guest, missing him. With the
econd gun be shot Socola through the
head, killing him. With the third gun be
put a ball through Socola's heart. Salava
dori then gave himself up to the authori
ties and was locked up la the Washington
Shut While Resisting Arrest.
I,;ri- 11.LE. O.-t. 3 At Glasgow Satur
day night Ciem Depp, a prominent young
man, was shot and fatally wounded while
resisting arrest. He lired on Deputy Mar
shal Collins sevi ral times, and one of the
bullets struck 1 im Wilson, a uetro. See
ing that his life was in danger the ollicer
Shot Depp just below the heart.
Idle o-!uieti liritig t'uit.
I.ot IsviLl.E, Oct. 3 Twenty-five Miits
in behalf of wo kmen who were brought
here from tile e 1st to take the places of
the striking sh ipmen of the I.ouii-viile
and Na.shvibe r a 1 have been filed. Ten
thousand doila e are asked for in each
ense. 'i he grounds of the suits are that
the plaiutiil's were brought here under
niisrepresetitatii n. to their injury; that
they were locked up and restrained of
their liberty, and that they were rt-fust il
transportation h ick to their homes.
Itiimin ss Troubles at Louisville.
LoVISVILLE, Oct. 3. The Kentucky and
Indiana Uridge company has defaulted
payment of its ii terest, amounting to .l.",
(Jt'o, on the second mortgage bonds.
Tburman ic Powell, machinists and
foundrymen, have made au assignment.
The liabilities ure t:iii,4sJ and assets $31,
401. W estern I'nion Man Dead.
New Oi:le.Ns, Oct. 3. Colonel James
Alleyn, for the past fifteen years manager
of the Western In ion Telegraph company
in this city and ;i prominent member of
the Army of the Tennessee Association of
Confederate Veterans, is dead, aged 5J
The Weathor We May Expect.
Washington. tct. 3. Tlia followinj are
the weather indications for twenty-four hours
from t p. m. jesterday: For Indiana
II in: cooler; eas erly to northerly wi ids.
For Illino; Fair in weitcrn portion; rain,
tollowe.i by dealing in eastern portion;
coaler in eaitern ami warm.T iu western
I or. inns: nor h finds, becoming variable.
For Lower Mich uan R tin followed by
Ceariu.; tuner; wiuns suit tin? to north wes
eriy. t or U(per .V ichixan C. earing; coo or;
westerly windi. F 1 Vt'istousin tail, except
prolub y ra n in exlrnie eaitern portion;
coo er in rnsturu au I WAriner in western
fior.n.n wes erlv to northerly winds, t or
Iowa--ijiieraily islr; warmer; vtrlab.e
he town of K xtnoke, Va., has grown
in ten years from a population of 600 to
one qf 23,000.
WORK OF THE WIND
New Orleans Visited by a Ter-(
POINT A LA HACHE ALSO STRUCK.
Trs Mo Killed at New Orleans and Ship
ping Severely Injured I'uint a La Hch
and Vicinity Greatly Damaged tour
rnni lirported Dead and the Orangt
Crop Completely Destroyed Mobil
Tartly I'niler Water Several LlvesLott.'
New Okleas, Oct. a A terriic storm
ttruck New OrleansSunday night, coming
from the northeast and raging here witi
great violence, sweeping tj th south
from here along the line of the Mississippi
river, through the parish rf Piaquemic
to the gulf. The storm wa, cue of ths
worse that ever visited this part of the
ccuntrv. and, at far
t wetity-fo'.tr or niorj pei v-n were killed
and probably three ti:iu-s as many
wound 1, some of ti.em fatally. The wicd
reachei a velocity of forty eigut miles an
hear when tie nnemometer cf th
weather hurea-.i was destroyed, and in
creased in force until its velocity was es; 1
mat d at sixty mi'es an hour. The crash
of heiW and building blown down, tri es
lorn tip and hou-es unroofed caused ic
ttuse alarm and most of the population '
the city remaine ! up all li ght, expecting
their houses to he blown down.
arfl Work of the W ind.
Thtee deaths and or.e person wounded
severely, if not fataiiy, is the nicrtal.ty
rccrd is New Orleans He',o the city it
was far worse especially in Plaqr.t -mine
Here the wind reached the velocity of HC
to 1-"' mi.ts i.r. l our, sweeping everything
before it. The p ir:s. seal of justice.
Pointe a la liache, a ton of il.ik.-J peo ple
was the wor-t sulTerrr In that town cot
a single l.ou-e es.-ape . injury. the air
was liliel with :'etr: and the wind blew
s.i f.euely 1 hat many of t he peo; le had
to Eucluir tiii-iii-elvcs against trees to pre
vent being blown away.
Four grown people are know n to have
been killed in IViute a la Hache, and
several children how many is not exactly
known In the viciu.ty cf Point e a la
liache there are ether deaths reported,
and thirteen :r. the country la-low. It is
probable that the mortality will be greatly
increased when news is received from far
away settlements The cr.inge crop was
ripe upon the treea and a! ut to be har
vested. It was ci mpietely destroyed in
the storm, w it h a ioss 1 f jioC'.OOO cr more
on this one item.
lit New Orleans.
Pinch Paiur, a po. iceman, was killed
in this city by a falling building. Pilot S.
K Khodes. c f t lie Canal st reet ferry, while
steering the i oat through the storm,
dropped di ad at the wheel from heart dis
ease caused 1 y the exc teineut. The street
car system su-pen led operations and
walk.ng was j, 1 ;:: -t impossible.
CONNECTICUT TOWN ELECTIONS.
Itetnrnt Indicate Material republican
Cains Throughout the State.
tUr.TFORD, Oct. 3. Tuere was a light
vote at the town elections, with gain for J
ths Republicans John E Higgins. Dem..
was re electea town clerk by enly 4S plu
rality. The Democrats eiectel a majority
cf the board cf selectrcsa Seven hundred
ni one women voted foe school officers.
Cue cot ail of them voted for th women's
eomines Tha largest number, cast for
one of these candidates was 65? The town
voted license aud for 12 o ciosk as the
hour for closing saloons
Tbs election tu a ni'inorajle otts la
New Britain, Esst Hartford and Man
chester, all these towns going no license.
The Citizen's and Republican parties
united In New BtitUs and carried the
town, which is usually Democrats. Re
sults in other town in Hartford county:
Southington, Kepublisaa no license;
Bristol, Republican, no license, Farming
ton. tie vote, no election, Windsor, Re
publican, na license; Pla:nvi!le. Republi
can, license; Wet Harlford, Republican,
no license; Canton. Republican, no license,
Avon-, divided, no license; East Windsor,
Republican. In some of the larger place)
like Rockville and New Britain the woman
vctewa large, but in many of the small
tewns apparently little interest was taken.
Rot KViLLE, Conn., Oct. 3. A feature of
the annual to.vn election here was the reg
istration cf 350 women, nearly nil voting
the Republican ticket for school officers.
The town elected the Republican ticket by
a majority of c'.j. The tuwus cf Plilington
and Tolland went Democratic Ellington
votel no license, ths Mrs', tim? in many
LYCH;a IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
I - - W.s
D It R R t S
J It RRRR ff '
it It R R y vS
ltDitit r u KKf E sSss - s ;
il i 11
One hundred thousand
Yards of Dress Goods
To select from.
The Victim left Hanginc with k Tacetioui
Iimrriiition on His llody.
CllARLtSToX. S. C, Oct. a. A special to
The News and Courier from Kingstree, S.
C, says: In the vicinity of Moore's Cross
Reads, aboiu four miles from Lake City,
hear the Clarendon line, George McFadden
was seized, by a molt, charged with having
committed a criminal assault upon Miss
Sally Dubose, the 16 year-old daughter of j
S. C. Dubose, a highly respectable farmer
of that section. McFadden was brought
before the young woman, who identified
him, and he confessed his guilt.
JWhen the rope was j laced around his
neck he was told to stand up in a road
cart, which was then removed The fol
ing inscription was pinned to his body:
"We do not kuow any better than to pro
tect our wives and daughters." There
were probably 2W while men present at
the lynching andthr e colored men. The
coroner cut down the body and imcsa-
nelled a jury of inquest, w Inch rendered a j
verdict that the deceased Lame to his
death from tanging by tbs neck until
dead at the hands of persons to the j'lrv
Hug, Hasler, Schwcntser.
DRY GOODS COMPANY,
217. 217J W. Second St., DAVENPORT. If,
HE..VY GALE AT MOBILE.
i-.nd Ketail Distiirts Inil.r
Moi.n.K o.-t. A sout heast pale broke
here at d ti e v. :i d, t lew ing nt least fifty
miles i.u hour, sent ti.e water in from the
gulf until th- riv- r reached Royal street.
hich is f-.tr l-loi ks from i he river and r t
an elev.-u.o:: of aooiir fi:t-en feet from t; e
ri vi r li el. All the whole-ale and a por
tion ( f toe ri tail d.-t : k ; o' t he city i- s. t.ie
four f.-et 1.:; 1-r v ater and thousarii . f
rt illars' w.: 1 1. of gon.Is have fn-en damaecJ.
Five live are kr own to have been lost.
The Valkyrie (Ioph Into Dry Itock.
New Your, Oct. 3. Lord Pu craven's
yacht Valkyrie ha? gone into Robbins' dry
dock, ia the Erie basin, to be scraped and
cleaned preparatory to Thursday's initial
race auainst the Vigilant lor America's
cup. it was necessaiy to partly dismantle
her, the smaller sails and spars being
taken down. While the was lying in still
water Designer Watson marked out the
water line c u which she will be measured.
The di ckitii; process brought into view
the Vall.yi ie's racing points in their en
tirety. A gteat crowd of yachting men
atid sailors had gathered to get a look at
cr, and the concensus of opinion seemed
to he that she was a genuine beauty, and
that the Vigilante will have to be extreme
ly well handled to get away with her.
'I elri'ftiiiie I.-- -itn.
Clllt AiiH. Oct. ;i 111 the ca-e of the Bell
Telephone company m . i;nst various defendant-
charged n;:!i having made or
sold instruments in infringement of the
Bell telephone patents Judge Jenkins en
tered injunction by default against the
Electric Appliance company and the 1).
I'nger E h i trica! Telephone company. A
tinal decree by consent was entered against
Willie L. Adams, one of the defendants,
and the suits against the Western Tele
phone Construction company and the
Brown Telephone and Telegraph compauv
ira.j u..t f.iT- I. ..'t,"i,i., sl.,t ,, m.I .. . I
Children to lr Admitted for One Dime.
Chicago. Oct. 3. The board of directors
of the World's fair have agreed to reduce
the price of a imis-ion for children from
cents to vine (Mine The new order goes
into effect O -tobcr lti The board referred
to the council of administration a resolu
tion allowing 'he inmates of charitable i: -stitutions
,r- e entrance to the fair and giv
ing a free ticket to holders of a single shir-
of stock I: s believed that the eoune 1
will approve the resolaMnn.
Jealous Murder at Chicago.
CinOAiio, Oct. 3. Jealousy brought
about a shooting scrape in a saloon at 4o0
State street, which cost the life of Henry
Tompkins, a colored man. His murderer,
Frank Burns, also a negro, made his es
cape, but was arrested later. The two
were drinking at Whiting & Jones' bar
when an old-standing quarrel about a
woman was renewed. Burns left the sa
loon, telling Tompkins lie was going to
"do some shooting" on hts return. He
came back shortly before 1 o'clock and
found Tompkins drinking at the bar. He
lired five sh. vs at him, the last taking ef
fect in the center of his forehead.
Good shut t
El'FALA. I. T.. Oct. 3 Will Frances, a
a Creek liiri t l or-emaii. came to Eufaln,
got drunk, weut to the Eufalia high
school, ran all the lady teachers away, and
struck his ii-year-cld sister in the breast,
knocking he. down. lie Jtlien went home
and proceeded 'o beat his mother, when
his youmre-t brother -'eppej in and bored
a whole thvirza him with a 4"i-al;bre
Winchester lie mar re-over though it
IN H.o ircrt I.mviu; it Shortage.
ToLKX. IV Oct. .Rdiu W Bell, n
promiueiit attorn-y of Plymouth. Huron
county, has disappeared suddenly and is
said to have '.-ft a shortage of fed.UOO, the
greater part of which consisted of fundi
held in tru-t. It m claimed that Bel; s
partners, .h. rman (. tilp aud M. A. Hall,
cf Norwalk, are financially ruined by the
.Attachment Against Railroad.
New VoliK, Oct 3 The sheriff received
an attachment against the Ohio southern
Railroad company for $100. CUV in favor of
John R. McArthur, of the firm of Mc
Arthur Brothers, of Chicago, balance
claimed to be due on September lit for
work done on a conttact to build an exten
sion of the railroad from Springfield to
Lima, O., a distance of sixty-four miles.
The sheritl served it on the Central Trust
company and the Exchange litional
bank, to attach any fun4 which, may be
to the credit of the Ohio Southern Rail
road company. '
Krinjrs Suit for Libel.
ToltPO. O. Trudale Palmer, of Ma
honing county, has sued the Lima Republican-Gazette
for publishing on Oct. 2
last year an article telegraphed from Ph"
adelphia.bya press assjeiation alleging
that Palmer had closed a deal in South
America for ths American Incandescent
Light company, realizing fjl0,000. but
that Palmer turned in only $s0,000. Simi
lar suits are to be brought against ail
other papers that printed the dispatch.
Itraw llie Ciiltir Hue on Kttilruad.
LoilsviLLK. Oct. 3. The new state law
requiring s(o irate coaches for white and
colored passengers has gone intoeffect Ail
the railroads have complied and thus far
there has b"en no trouble. The colored
people have organized and will file suit to
test the constitutionality of this statue.
Michigan I nderivrilei Elect Officers.
Grand Ra.-ids, Mich.. Oct. 3. The
Michigan Underwriters association at its
annual meeting here elected the following
officers: President, Louis F. Mragale,
Detroit; vice president, J. W. O'Brien,
Grand Rapids; secretary and treasurer,
J.S. Fletcher, Detroit.
The Estate of James II. Walker & Co.
Chicago, Oct. The rtceiver's inven
tory in the estate of James H. Walker &
Co. has been completed. It shows the as
sets and liabilities of the company when
the receiver took charge on Aug. 4. A
surplus is rendered of $VJt,l!3 01. The
company may be able to pay li.O cents on
the dollar, but the surplus may fall below
that amount now fouud, thereby render
ing a decrease iu the percentage.
Albany, N. Y.. 0?f.3. James F. Smith,
of this city, is out with a sweeping chal
lenge to run Priddy, McClellan, Delany
or any mau in America a one mile foot
race for the championship and $1,000 a
ide, the race to take place any time dur
Rational Hank Resumes.
Louisville, Ky.. Oct. 3. The doors of
the Keutucky National bank have been
thrown open to resume business. More
money was put into the bank than was
taken out, and a considerable amount of
it passed over the counter. The cash on
hand at the opening was $207,000.
Assignment at Kansas City.
KANSAS Citt, Oct. S. The Uarrigues
Lumber company, a company with an
office here but no yards and whose busi
ness was largely lumber brokerage, has
assigned. Assets, $12,000; liabilities. $!6
Kev. Benjamin Jewett.
LONDON, Oct. 3. The Rer. Benjamin
Jewett is dead. He will be buried at Ox
ford. He was one of the foremost classic
scholars of Great Britain. He was bora at
fjamberwell o 1617,
Up to the Mark.
It is scarce. v '! ',; r
justice to sav :'.;i; v
the mark lin y r-.v-
to be a little Wv :. ! ;. y
not treat vor.r ; :
They are the we:L; . :. j
if you can r.o; :'':;,t. : - -ilen,
you can at " a-: ".
considerately. Y.r. '.
the best shoes you can buy. Xothinjr that is worth w i.u; y r.7
it i dear, and we liiven"t a dear shoe in our store. Kxsn:': 1 :
of Children's Foot Wear. You willjfind justiwhat you ar-- '
and cheaper tlian elsewhere.
Wright & Grceiiawa
1704 SECOND ATZNTZ
. Jthe n
Always Keep Step Willi the Times.
We have taken advantage of the war now rar.
amoDg the Etching Publishers, and will eell
Fifty Remarque Proof Etchings
At 2c Each, on Saturday, Sept. 2h
THIS IS FOR ONE DAY ONLY. We also ba f
pome new ani3 tasty mculdiDes euitable for fran::::
them at a very low price. Do not fail to keep step wii
jour n-ighborc, and come and secure ore of ii--pif
turee on faiurday.
Geo, H. Kingsbury
FAIR AND ART SI OK!)
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WE ARE SHOWING
GRANDEST ARRAY 0:1
Kver exhibited iu the i
the newest and 1 a t
both foreign and dome-". ;
styles are exclusively
Hundreds of trimmed
choose from, from the
exeiisive to the riecst
Our Cloak Department i- -to
none. HaTirj carifi'- ; "
leeted our stock from tLo fr.--centers
of the world, we n: '
pared to show a most e'
Fall and Winter Cloak
114 WEST SECOND STREfr