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glxje WlitMi&0kj rcgle: jiatenTatj fp&ntxnik gqmJ 8 1901
. ,
toa. "Dewey." be says, ''opened the war
with a brilliant act al Fusstoo closed it
ft nil i:..'
Adjutant General Fairiy
suited Kansas Hero.
Gives the Inside Facts to
Funston's Appointment.
Said Corbin, Referring to the
Hero of Philippines.
Matter Is Again He fore J adze Wall as
Special Master.
A bearing was held yesterday before
Judge T. B. Wall, sprfal master fn Unit
ed States court, in which J. E. Conklln
of this city, trustee of the bankrupt
estate of the Fulllngton Livestock Com
pany, made application for an order com
pelling Frank Mills anu John Kffla, eat- I
tletr.'-n, to surrender possession to htm j
r'f the FuIUngton ranche, claiming that
an effort was being: made to break up
or cut up the ranch.
V G. Fairchila. of Hutchinson, Ksasas
is in possession and claims about fire
thousand acres of the land under tax
ded and it was claimed that Fairchfid
put the other cattlemen in possession.
Mr. Fair-child, who is a iawyer, appeared
f'-r himself ar.d Mr. H. W. Whiteside
aiso appeared for him. Involving the
same matter there was an application
made for a restraining order against the
sheri3 of Kiowa county to prevent him
from selling part of the ranche under
foreclosure. Another foreclosure is pend
ing in United States court for t:.i. '"') on
a portion of the ranche and J. N. Hay-
i Council Resolves Itsellf Into
Canvassing Board.
New Officers Will be Installed
Next Monday.
The ctty council last night held a
, special meeting and after the same had
; been called to order Mayor Ross appoint -'.
ed a special committee, consisting of
; Councllmen Dewey, Van Duyn and Park
' hcrst, to ascertain the official majorities
of the respective candidates elected at the
j city election last Tuesday. They are as
1 follows;
maker, as attorney for the mortgagee.
made application to have th trustee in I Mayor McLean IflS
bankruptcy pay the taxes upon that part i City Attorney Helm 286
of the property which his clients, the I City Clerk Leland 2788
f -T.-cutors of th- Brown estate, Cleveland ' City Treasurer Glenn 5101
Velour Velvets for
Monday's Mill-End Sale
This -will be the biggest value we have yet
goods for uoholstering. They come in all the :
figured, effects. The regular rice of such Velvets is Ssc a yard,
but judge for yourself by seeing them in the north window. OQ1 i
Our price Monday will be 2v2"i
Today, with every purchase of one dollar or over, will be given
a platinette picture, until all are gene.
119-121 NORTH MAIN.
offered just the
rich colorings, in
T- - H'T
sines man in Wichita yesterday j Ohio, hoid the mortgage. Harvey Grace,
ngresbman Chester I. Long, who i wil had les-,id tRti ranche from the trus-
; M ..-., i v. ! tee, Mr. Conkiin, claims that his use of
in A . n.ta on his way horns ' . . ' ...,.,
th pastures has been interfered with.
ashlEt.-.. Lblegatl.T. after delw Thf hearirtr of th tPstimnr, v whk con
cluded yesterday by Judge Wail and he
wiU hear the arguments some time next
-. colled
-ig and
ipon him at the Carey last
r.e was engaged with a i
ci".;z. r.s who had come down '
n:.-,st interesting part of Mr. Long's
". Wich.ta. was when he told a dele
i of o'A Mldiers about Funston's
tment t brigadier general.
-'.i iliws were very much
d with the story and it was soon
i-d over a. -id over ia-gain on the
Will be a
the Keformed
the K.-r
Mr. L
- &.r i
i no -a
t th- :
Y : t -.
-V. -.l
us is the way the story was
army reorganization bill
re volunteers were to b.
rm the Philippines, Gen
.is booked to become a
J ir.e 30, next. Two mem-
is delegati..n, Mr. Cur
g called on President
quested that althoug
i from F...-:-r. a.sk.ng
-.-as di-l-git:.n has had
. with F 1.1st sn at all
w:b--i 1 w i.M give
ay appoip'-ner.t. Presi-
: tn-it he hid but two
disposal; eith- r a first
'r-.ftjdier generalship;
r he d. :r. t h i.eve ;-n-r-il Funs- I
.Id wi-.t th Meuttr.anoy and he
r. ir.JIy xpt -;t the br.g5.d:er gener
Eetw n the two r-.sit: or.s there
-" app r.tnT.ts at the president's
' prom t. tons being counted upon
the lav-- t provide for captaincies,
:. - a- ' - 1 r: 1 Mes, i-. I so forth. I
. -.'i... a knew that Funston .
- .t tak a i --ttenanrr A retired. '
'u-r r r' .-. wh'-n O i2T.-sman j
.i ir .- r.- -r.ing ; ., rs about (
it f"a" t i'u::?iun ir4 rapturing
,ii., h r .. .n his r it and coat
-nt to th- war der-artm r.t and
n Ad; . r.: J-neral Corbm. "You
. .r. r r.I Fjnston has done?" j
. ir. Lo-- j
I ha - i it," said Cortin, not ,
! do: t y u think, General,"
Mr. L -. that yo . a-cd make j
. a br ; '. r rner-'. ' ' '
'. . - . i jrtm. "He has done i
:' -w . -t tit it."
-i !r. Long 'it Ptms to
r, h '. '- a ery during thing;
r.n - . -1 it he h.j about con- j
; r.K- v. r j
i.i'hjr. -; 4. i'rbin. I im making
is .- . v-tt--r st-'T unr. Funs- ,
li ."-ston i a n s scout j
Feature at
Church. j
Among all the churches that are mak-
ing extensive preparations for the Easter j
celebration there is none where more at- !
ter.tlon is givtn to the musical feature of j
th- services than at the Reformed j
ch-rch, Rev. En.ce Griffith's church. The j
iar?e chorus c huir, numoering forty, has
be- n rahearing nigntly for the tiabor- '
ate Easter services whicu will be held at
tl - church on Sunday morning at 11 ;
o clock. I
The Reformed cnurch being and having '
a ritual and fi-llowing a regular onier of
worship like th Catholic and Episcopal
churches, also has great opportunities '
for elaborate music, and this opportunity
is improved bv the pastor. The new pip
r?.in, which has already become r. iitr-d ;
lor its beautiful tone, with llr. IL A.
B.iss as orgar.iit. will be heard in a pre- ;
lude, "March," by Batiste. "Introduction '
a. .1 Prayer' by Rossini, and a po.-tlude,
"Mirch," by Flutrler. -r. Jack Shields ,
will sing the sr-io offertory, having select- ,
ed Shelly's "Resurrection" for the Easter
offertory. Mr. Shields will also sing the
tenor solos in the regular music. Mrs. 1IrinsJ, About Good Results
oruue urunui w... sing -ae soprano soios JBstate Trading
as regular soloist of the church. At uie 1 N Xa ha3 feobt a jjf m.
morning service tue full chorus choir wLl ,. . t. ,,
sing the following numbers: "Easter Pro- tere8t !n Qn Flfcaugh block from C.
cessional," "'enite" by Corwln, "Jubilate w- Brown for WCO. The building is a
Deo" by Dudley cuck. -e DeunA Lauda- three-story brick block on the corner of
mus" by Kotzschmar, "Gloria in Excel- North Market and First street and is
sis," a festival setting, by Dudley Buck, occupied on the ground rioor by the real
and other chants and hymns appropriate estate Ann of Oaear Smitn, the Nefl Shoe
to the occasion. lue services begin Co., and Frank Burt's insurance office.
promptly at 11 o'clock in the morning. The Firebaugh fcLck was erected by
Rev. Grimth will preacn a sermon for the Chester Firebaugh at a cost of $27,900
Eastertide and preceng e Holy Com- and was recently transferred from the
m anion a large class will be received into J John Hancock lnaurar.ee company to Mr.
ti e church and confirmed. In the evening j Brown, who sow sells a half interest
at this church the Sunday sr-hool will to Mrs. Amidon. Trid property is good
h"! 1 a music -I f-rrice, and at this ?erv- ' business property aud is an excellent in
!re Mrs. Loui? Stemtuerhel whl s.-.g the vestment.
b'-tutiful solo from the "Crfatnn." - Another late real estate sa'.a of import
Know That My Redeemer Liveth." Mr. ance was tne sale of the Hcaly uuMding
Bliss, the well known organist, will play i at 422 East Douglas aeu'ie. by Fred Bls
f r prelude impromptu, by Flagler, j antx to Mrs. Irma VV it.se :i who buys
and "March" by Battman. -ae churcn j for an lnveetment. The pnoe. paid was
w ill be decorated for the occasion in a the same as that of tht: Firebaugh
m inner befitting the event and consist- i block, 9&JM.
j Police Judge Stanley 43
j Councilmen
I Firet Ward Keman ....M 146
! Second Ward Schel! 149
Third Ward-Smith 1 j
' Foarth Ward Iatey 173 ;
Fifth Ward McKec 308 j
' Sxth Ward Burton 206
i Councilman Dewey moved that the re
j port o fthe committee be received and
j that the candidates be declared elected to
j their respective offices. Mayor Ross then
I formally announced that the candidates
j who had received the majority of votes
be declared elected. He further announced
; that they would be formally inducted'into
i office next Monday night.
The county commissioners also met yes-
terday to make an official canvass of the
j votes of the Candida tee for the offices of
the city court. The official majorities as
' announced are:
Judge of the City Court Harvey 29
Clerk of the City Court Bell JOS
Marshal of the City Court Schad 1096
Judge Harvey stated yesterday that he
will assume the duties of his office next
Monday morning.
It was thought advisable at first to per
mit Judge Kirk to finish the business now
on the docket at the court, but as new
suits will constantly be filed, no advan
tage could be gained by doing so. The
other officers of the .jurt will also take
hold next Monday.
vnv 4.W tii 6 - . 'PC '
in Heal
exit with the excellence of the rest
Hats '
For your in
spection. They
do not shrink
fc from scrutiny, for wrong side, right side, in-
A side, outside, head band, hat band, felt or binding
0 taken as a whole, or in part, you can't better
them. They are up-to-nowin style and are only
Y limited by "quality," which we never permit to
I go below the mark of "guaranteed safety."
a Seldom do you 2nd a hat stock organized
!y on such liberal lines as ours. We have all the
proper shades and shapes of all the best hat-
W makers, and we sell them at from fifty cents to
r a dollar less on each hat than other dealers.
4 We've got Baster Hats for men, for boys and
for little tots, and we've got the biggest stock
A of stylish Caps for children in the state.
t Herman & Hess
Men's Suits
if I I
.....IT IS.....
Everything New and Clean
ant . -' r-nie a brigadier gen
- stf : :- .'- : g.
r.g. --.' r.ral "orMn. "the
is b a great schod. We
.'her- " : brigadier e-nerals, we
. w -. tach. r. ; th se who
(IS -i
.Mr. ;
1 Corbin Trent on to '
; ay to wi;t for Gen- .
- rort on the advent- !
'hit Mar Arthur had 1
' Funstn-. had merely
Arthur's p.aa and that
.:- cr-dit.
iy. But ' v tre next
at.- repor' in--- :i. It
Funxton. the origin of
'ul tMU". "erj-thing.
went to th' " ir de
i i. rerai '"orUin.
MusArth -r's report.
-. may want t- appoint
Captain lrsc Says "His Excel,
lencj" Is Xet Permitted.
In yesterday's Eagle in a report of an
endorsement by the Old Soldiers' Club of
S. R. Peters, the club Is made to address
President McKmley as "His Excellency."
Captain Burgsa objrets. H- says that
the president was not so addressed; that
in fact he cannot be; that the constitu
t jn of the United States exrresslv pro
vides that th? president shall not be ad- wtjl
dressed by any other title than ihe !
President." Governors of state are ad- j
dressed os "Excellency." tut net the !
Other minor sales rpcr-- in real
estate circles are eleven aert-s on Hy
draulic avenue, just north of Second
street, sold by FranK '1 oie to M.
Baker, of the Baker im;!-xt com
pany, who will build a flt.e hu.-e on it,
and the sale of the i i,:e E. y -roperty
at UM South Emporia avenue to May G.
Gilmore, for ?i,j. i
Marshal Henry Shad arrested Gus j
Morgan, a colored barber err.-. :ed at
the Baltimore hotel, ca a warrant issued
by the city court. il;rgan is charged
stealing some money frn. Mrs.
Florence Stackhard. wh- runs a bakery
in the basemen, of the F.etcher hxi. ,
-resident c-in do that."
But it was ; lain to
-resilvat w.' ; i never
.ji' a utto t ) tLe xd-
--s; rlg't'on then in
., li-trU ;. '; irress-
wat t ' s bite
,r- in pr n'ed the
- ,.,nt McKn'ey, who
u he aire- u.ted the
Futistoc ii;u h s ser-
cf t
S'ete the
in rv. hands the
rerd :.r Gt;r.-
Kansas and they
wre sot sun ien-
.idently tr r.is l-st
.: .:. A ' t'A -r;g-
:. at tn- !'sr--"ition
it ung a x iJunteer in
.- h Jt' a 1 ti; line
-f' r.s. w v d 'n
- -a ut'n- ' move up
- v .'.'. t fru-nds in
:' the - ) rful.
x. -". v- 1 trad up
: o. -v unted
hij- " ctid. and - 't
:h"- d.nt has i. - s.s-
.iij ,..:--g those : .van-
the ' - T.mittee of -'d sol-
.,Mj jt -.sman I --k to
t .' ,. i: S- P Perrs
.,,, t - lurr-iasi-onex of p -..
i co. : t-- , in-sted at Mr.
i i. 'tain --; Ca;-tAin iiv.-
Heisf-rman, Captain Baid:v
F-i ew, Mt. Saider, Mr. BtU
. . ,.-. Long is enjoying excel!- nt
- clad t i s-t back to
resident. Burcess says he is sure he is
ritrrt. How about It"
J. T. Easter of M:
the city yesterday or
r a ;
was ra
' jsiness.
T"fci j a
Jsi w L Li
WW ft fi
& A $& fe3 kJ
In thousands and thousands of homes, in
cities, towns and villages, three doses a day
of this great medicine are now being taken by
every member of the family.
In some homes, even the visitor is given a
teaspoenful with every meaL
Why such wide and general use? Because
Hood's Sarsaparilla has proved itself by
its wonderful effects in cleansing the system o
all humors, overcoming that tired feeling, creat
ing appetite, clearing the complexion, giving
strength and animation, the best of all Spring
medicines, so that it is pasr exeUence the
Spring Medicine.
Take it
It ts sNttrt rwsfve years steea I Srwt sot? Baod'i Sarrapa
rilla advertised, and we began using ti as a Spru tceduur
We have nsl i! every year since wtth $-xJ. results d I r -a-mend
It :c others 'or impurs blocd asd that tired tee.ii."
Mas. I. SrcwAsr. Clszids. Fz.
Accept No Substitute tor Hood's SarsaparWau
First Special
827 pairs of Ladies' $2 Tan Vesting Shoes. 7Rr
t 784 pairs of Misses' and Children's Fine Rfjp v
f Tan Vesting Shoes, $1.50. My Store price OKJj
P. S. vVe have all sizes and plenty of them.
Second Special
Ladies' Wrappers, in blues, blacks, white and
gray, with full skirt, separate waist lining AQp
and trimmed with braid. My Store price "TO
Third Special
SiMIiUMyM&fi li - r?
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I pfll
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We 21 M?
y.ij mm
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$ J Match Our Values if You Can i
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rts and f ra
1. SL 60 Jr &J? S Jm Scriven's Drawers. V . w
4 ill Visit this store tsiaoT.
li mi HFN FAfilF
1 J V. &-& &r S ft a -" -a w
Trade at Fulton's It Pays
Easter S
We can snpply your wsats in sylbb,
up-to-date apparel sTerytSiiag that mn,
boys and cbildrea wear, excepting afaoes.
New Spring Suits
$4, $6, $7, $8, $9, $10, $15
Boys' New Suits
ah Wool, $1.50, $2, Sa $5 m
to $12
Boys Wash Suits, 25c n;p Jj
New Easter Neckwear m
25 50c, 75c, $1
Negligee Shirts
Manhattan, Wilson Bros.
Perrin's Kid Gloves, White Dres M
Shirts, Hats, Caps, Handkerchiefs, tie W.
best $1, the best $3 and the besi $0 Hats &
in America. An immense stock sad Sam m
-.selection to chooae from, aad pfe-nrjr of 9
courteoas salesmen to wait on yo- ',
Mosey refunded for any dissatisfac-
tion whatever. S
Wichita's Greatest Clothing Store.
Ua.'s Suits. wa taflr!.
sasars ooi. HfO, $&.&, S&ae
ST 9 mod
Mass Suits and Top Oats, an th patssvos
styles. Wsb sw4. jrfet tMmt. v-am te
erscy rspct. at $ ?
Mtaa SuIsb, Ok HJS Art aad 3nmn sfyr UaA, t
bt 0 earth. Th 3Om tmn h only ttmMi by yosr
best xsorc&fijtt tJVr, at 4oabl taw yHc w tor
tiMd. OSjW. JAW. V9J 5. 00
Boys' and Children's
This deparixacat ia evsetoadstf
irtth wq sewest eAects ot this sa
soc's apparal tor bys aad ilttta
Mthts. It's ts your tatervat
t vUH this AesMurtssseC It U not
ofijy a atac t J. bnt
70s; sit pport3tty to obtain t
BXtrjsio styis for ofw-tatra
tha TO P sfaksvev.
Boys' Two-plcc Solis, tfeohls hrewrtse. C750
at ate to V '
Bays' Tkre-peee Oota.Wy ittlts, nobhy
styls. J.J to ..
difldren's Vss Suits. aohMssc y inr saw
ms to
es if You Can I
FrssNa raeed. rsasja sr S
$8 i
$12 f
rj r?,Mrsr - H
$10 i 1
tnm R 9
For (he Bays
A rwu-ftBtefed watch r a bshS satnt
gives frsw wfth sach boy's st
For the AVen
A tfotho brash siva ro rlth earb
Oss- tt C aprta? Kate la nvxnmA ta
scyto. qaaltty aa pcie. rtt r- ha4
for Zassar wh a TouiyT ?fcfti r
B&rrtsaora's Hat. Tby .- ; '- what
ywu waafc
Special Satm-day
sr have dlspiyHI h oar wst mfastnn
th ow. oa-t-4sa Hats, to h
eat shades wMeh fU h aa 9 -ortUy.
A vmiuo (
Opos astS D o'slMtf p.
Wichita's Greatest Money-Saving ClothJn; S&are.
226-228 E. Douglas Avenue. Coracr Lawreaca.
s """- A .A A
ay ?
PmPlIIlV S lily ff llitl 4
25 dozen Ladies Petticoats, made trp in the latest
styles. Regular price, gSc. My btore
Played hmTOC with roffi all ott town.
We were prepared for ik Hav the b& eqcapped
tin shop in town, and a force of compete :t, ex
perienced tinners to do your repairing prornpUy
and carefully. Ooroioe and tin work. E-nmti;ri
famished free. Good work and low prk.
? Our Millinery Department
Is one of the finest and most up-to-date in the
west, at popular prices. Miss Augusta Buerkia,
of St. Louis, has charge of this department. Come
and see us.
Yours for Bargains,
Pfeooe 413.
4 fTOSSspt,
v ' a
121 & 09MsJfaiw Ai
In youth
Efes Defective
in Refraction
cause headaches, eyeaches
Sid Next", Manager
pains also nervous trouble. Glasses accurately nttr-.
is the only true remedy. Our method of fitting insure
114 N. flain m accuracy and relief
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t4diiia t Iat on y 1st
Jadjps Iwrft sa5 tor that th pose-
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ii i'"is :s the -m This ji3ao-Ti-
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