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Mary MacLane Has a Sister Who Believes in Marriage ueremony. AFTER BRIEF ENGAGEMENT She Becomes the Wife of Young Newspaper Man. Nf w V r. i T - rk rLs rr, . : th." . e( .- r. ttw U rr. irr. aal. ar.d won .:v,j.Sh. : :e is super: in live to-' rr.ony tr. desks and wafl d to the city editor. "Who is that girl, sir?" he demanded. That Is the slater of Mary MacLane," die city etitr answereo. "She fs the stunningest girl I ever saw," said the young reporter to Ms astonished self- "How can I meet her?" "Why. I'll fix that for you," volunteered th city editor. Or that very night Louis 2L Thayer, who vas the determined youth reporter, nt up to the home of Mr. and Mrs, Klenze, the mother and stepfather, of Dorothy and Mary MacLane. Young Thayer had an assignment to ask many useless questions about Mary MacLane, and ft was Dorothy, who is "sweet sweH-sweet: " who answered them. What site said nobody knows, least of all Louis M. Thayerv His assignment was for gotten. He stayed two hours. That happened on Thursday. On Fri day they drove together and met once lesJdes. At 1 o'clock on Saturday Miss MacLane left her work in the Horary, atking to be excused for a little while. About the same time Thayer left his desk in the Ister-Meuatain. The two met a few minutes later at a r-Uce a.ppoint-i. and in their working dress they walked to tne rectory of the Episcopal church .where they were i unitd in marnig by the Rev. C. S. r. love one an- ' Blaciunston The rector's two daughters crc witn--!se.s. Then they walked up the main fctreat : Butte an J went ta th:- office of the Inter-Mountain .where th? happy young 1 rkiegrooro'a associates were introduced tc Mrs. Thayer. It was Ute in the afternoon before ' Nov. S. T".:e New Trk r.at is marrias-3- .. And if trie ii.-.-r without the the world can TO 1iF mim olusiuL ifflll! Which the Assassin of the ustrian Empress Pays, he cannot see the eye that observes him. More than once, in wild desperation, he has sought to beat out his brains against the wall. In a flash the guards are upon him and be Is placed in a straightjacket. Even the chaplain anC trie prison doc tor keep away from him. and the silence of his living tomb is broken only by him- self. The result is the inevitable, one- Luc chenfs mind is breaking- cown. lt is only, a question of a. little time when he will be a raving maniac. - PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 13 East Douglas avenue CBittm& block. third floor). Taka elevator at Market street entrance. Practice limited to Bye, Ear, Nose aaJ Threat. A , HIS OWN VOICE RAISED For Fear That fie May Forget the Faculty of Speech- New York UNJUST JUDGE IN SOUTH J. G. DORSET. M. D. ICS West Docglaa Arson. Practice limited to Disease cf tka Sy. Ear, Nose, and Throat. J. FRANKLIN GSSLL. M. D. 112 East Douglas avanae. Practice limited to Diseases of ths Sye. Ear, Ncse and Throat. Telephone numbers 02c;. 555., reel J. a BROWN, aL D. Over 140 North Main Street. New York, Nov. S. The World says.: Surely the fate meted out to Luc cheai. the assassin of the Empress of ln &s- Of course, the same dun Austria. Has proved far more terrible i derhead right have been sitting on one than the death punishment that has here- J of the ck in h m tcfore enden the careers of the murderers : aana ine proceeamgs. out tnat naa not imprisons an .cmor tor ruDiisning & Triaf. New Orleans has an editor on its hands. It Is paying his board in jail. His crime dence. 3 on 33. consisted in printing a report of a public . trial of a murder ease. The judge an nounced that he supposed his own ruling would be overruled, after the usual fash ion; ner.ee. tne tnai unaer mm naviag : pj-,ct!c8 1jmlt;tj to diseases of tie Eye. t pronounced a farce, tne criminal , Eal-r No9e and Throat. would have another shy at the law. In view of this probability, the judge fore bade the papers to say anything about the first trial, because some dunderhead might read it and form an. opinion, and men with opinions are disqualified from Dr. J.W. Shults Specialist In Medical, Surgi cal and Electrical treatment of all Chronic. Nervr-us. Skin and private of rulers." He knows that his mind is occurred to the judge, , g . . T.U . .... in rnt. T- ic t - tiieakinir down-that he is rfowlv bMnm. yuuv. wuw M A1" jt Man Mac- 1 . t L I a r & V h lr f r d . c make -s- of the m I here-y re .sister a v :cl- hvr. It vas a shoek to tne mother, irom Mary M -. Lane, of Butte. I v,hich she has not vet recovered. "When Mrs. Thayer and Dorothy came t the hous I greeted Dorothy and she t id she was not going back to the li brary." Said Mrs. Klenze in telling of th way cf the news of the marriage was Iroken to hT. "I thought she was fool ing and I laughed at her. but she said, 'No, I am not; I am married.' " Mrs. Kl'-nz? flew into hysterics and it v as several minutes before she could be calmed sufficiently to listen to the rest hi her I. ;3.l and for two days only. ' th Wr was at time engaged to another ' was v r" much shocked and disap Thes ir. jmstan..es ought to so!- . pointed," she said to the Sunday World h-r aj'h ss-stster ror the glatrir." ' torrsporlent "Why. we had only known ationiilt of which' a member of ! the man two dA3 and he had been at the 'amilv v hsn or,,n ,- r.ouae oaiy tnree times. 1 qo not iikb .- ,-er--:. ' ; .. to '. .t -S IS 'ha'. .it- t rr..rriage. tin -:.r- br;'hd forth this g rat t' a ratr.-r marriKi wor.i -weej.i- ? r-form failed :o begin at for : -s; w-ek hr sister, Dorothy :.ar.. w -.1 Q-.;ietiy : a ciergymin T..is Ea."i"i to Lo as M. Thayer, 01 J. P. ALLN GGIST 108 East Dougfast WichiU MiSF 1 1. r " ugat- th :.ter's -.fir? :iy did th b-?t s'.ie could 'lrcumsta.-re ar-.d achieve inastr. jh as she r.-i'i 1 Jtrtnis are punuc m uus country, it is ; ertb Main street iug a madman. not t3-1 Jjml lne snoum oe omer ue. He Is draerfnsr out an arfsteno that Chicanery of attorneys, bribery of judges j lens since became unbaraWe to him i 8Rd. falsiUas of witnesses are held Mr. an Mr. Thayer went to the homeI Uw gray, gloomy prison of Gentva. J? check that very opauess. It is too 1 Mrs. K! to break the news to He has not e'en th power to kill Mm- 10 luc aamu. l self, as be would have done bofore this 13 ai8 100 ,aie 10 suPPse iaat tne men : tverytning In drugs. Mali orders rr if opportunity bad ben rfven to him. capable of serving on a jury are thosa ceive special attsntion. He may not even talk, rail at govern- wbo never TSftd and never fonn opinions, f ment. law. order, society, anything. Ha , Tha IBOre a man r6s spl- ; may not even sand forth to th world his ; taWe Ms mlnd b8COmis aad inipres- 1 defiance of power that placed him where aion created b the ing of a legal : he Is. Thar Is a frrehtfni mmim.nt fr ! ls aewr so dep that it cannot oe a man of his strise. Vhen a fanatic's lll-hai hin co"s. The chumps in Long Island City drives him to the point where h is wbo not asree oa a verdict ln tha anxious to commit murder for anarchy's I of the nero ho ran aci sfcke and the attention that it mil at- shet several men. blinding; and offlcer and tract to himself, he plans the successive I Gnisr def:-In'? law. may be the kind j scenes of the drama in which h will ! taat takers would prefer as jurymen, t stand in the limelight. He realizes that but they are aot td PubIic- tfft.-a.-m h rut t0A .a Worst of all features of the New Or- (L GEHRiNS, DRUGGIST (Deutscha Apotheke.) i altered by hearing testimony in the Gfcic IwpOfteand DonWSttS CqiTI AsrUMit Corner xiwgiu and To?4a Arenui 'Fhans TtS. Wichita. Kan. oeen gullt:.- u-re is according to Mary rr bo k c-e thing nnly i the m.' t. -.(?( of her ?;ter. That a I. me shi. :.d marry it all she will t!ess tr. f the --urre of all thf r defe ts ;r. her family that she iMary) alo.-. of all its mm: ers, is High- MacLare ' '"' -l'ta 1 t."iu sw, uul il muc : account"' tat sbe cJi,i' anJ aSinst my wishes she j married a man of whom she knows ao- j sclutely nothing. I am afraid it will be j a case of the old story, 'married haste j to been a grat disappointment to me. I to death. In his own mind his execution is the grand climax and he gloats over his farewell-to-iife speeches. He dreams of the years to come when men like himself will describe his death and repeat his last words. Their Right To K now People who entrust their money to 15 leans is the arbitrary exhibit of power by the judge. The editor Is imprisoned, not after trial by his fellows, but on the order of a man who Is judge and jury bank want to know something o its bctb. If in view of the latter there is 2 ncial strength. We fully recognize to be no longer any publicity In our trials, this right, and glaaly furnish depositors At least this has been true of all the I ny IreKKlm or speecn concerning tne --- 01 our uneciora ami rredeeessors of Luccheni. and the whole Ctions of then sooner wc re" Thn' froin dme to Ume' We n.nRr r.f t,a rza,, -.v. . vise court practice and limit judicial au- publish reports showing the condition epent ttt leisure. This marriage hs time that he was sentenced Indicated that ' thority the Detter for ali concerned. As of Hhe bank. Copies of these reports grpat disappointment to me. x hft .... f. i courts are at present conducted tney are are isept on nanu lor tnoso woo wisn to had hoped to marry my daughter to some j Pos$!Wy fle mQTa deaplcaWe than as apt to be the agents of injustice see them. the other slavers of rulr for it --hi against society as omerwise. xney are n an with money and told her I would pick out a rich man for her. otcli "im." wrote.' peculiar!' of the ane b!.- d whi-h Hihinrt vv, : PIck out a rtcn m&n for her. h r.mimhr h -trt r , certainly that ln New Orleans. It is for . -ter and brothers ir.h-ru the trans ! Mrs. Klenze a short f.me ago had a tha Duke of Orleans. When he failed to the welfare of New Orleans that it should ir m th'r s family, wh'.oh of Scotch strange dream about Dorothy and she be- And him he was possessed cf the notion have more 't01 than Judges. Freedom that he must kiU someone and he thought 1 0t 016 press 13 a constitutional privilege. of King Humbert. But he did not have 1 -t iifves it was - :-;tely r.- sympathy b- j heeded. warning which was not I w nr.d 6--Th-re i.v tv, er. ray fmPy and m There can ! "I dreamed that two men were courting j ncney enough to pay his fare to Rome, r er be l-i short, they are Lowland j Dorothy and that she had married one or j It happened that the Empress of Aus S -h. and : am a MacLane.' j thf m. but th marriage proved unhappy, j tria was ln Geneva and so Luccheni se- S sr.- is .: the Lowland Scotch Mac- j I trrtd Dorothy of my dream ,ard the next ! leered a woman for his victim. He stab-la'-, es Dor. -r '-. who is oiler than her ! day Mr. Thayer called to take her cut j ted her .with a file that had been fash s whit f m- us sister i;sdained th? j dri"ing. icned into a stiletto as she was going IL-MiT-.d wa of doing, ard went away I "While he was waiting for her another to the lake for a sail on September 10. THE NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE OF WICHITA, KANSAS Wichita Union Stock Yards Go Wichita, Kansas Capacity: 3.000 Cattle W. R. DULANEY, " 5,000 Hojs Supsrintenifjnt of Sb5i YvJi age and City Water. All Pens Covered. Private Yards for Texan. Perfect Sswe Casey & Garst Mercantile Co. IN CORP CRATED. WHOLESALE CIGARS, TOBACCO, CANDIES Mreu UKUUfc.K'i SUNDRIES Distributive Aseau for Cub an Sprit and Czarina. Os: Ctrars. 'iTtchlta, Hassaj. YARDS AT B, F. McLEAN Lumber Dealer 52 WEST DOUGLAS AVENUE WICHITA, KANSAS. CLEARWATER. KANSAS. CKSNST. KANSAS. ARKANSAS CITY. KAN3JLS, PECK. KANSAS. The Pratt .Lumbar Cd, Established In l7i, Don't Let It Escape You don t have such an oppertcnity one time in ten as the one "w olfer ior purchasing earefully, sheeted. iott see,- sonec. well housed, bard-and, sait -ws&od lumber. Better take. &ditaza af iim tidal wave by ordering new. W can't see haw these low prices. vtM last leg. Corner First and Lawrence. 'Phone 77. Wichita Foundry, Machine and Boiler Shops .7s-miAw v-ap Machinery of all Ttlnds promptl v repaired. Fowafly work a cprtolelt?. All kinds of Bciler Sheet Iron Wo rk done. W have rcntl ttId th shop with new machinery snd nl arsnl them to dowels thlr ormi:r mi: a We guarantee satisfaction and prompt srrtee. Gle ua a trial. 'Phone 309. lis North W lehitn Street. Wkhlta Ksn, WICHITA JOBBING AND MANUFACTURING HOUSES VALLENSTEIN &. COHN Wholesale Milliners, 233-5-7-6 South Main street, 108-5-79 Hsat DourIoj avenue, importers and desisners. ar was marri-d. But the love slory. ycung nn, who had been paying atten of which h'r sister's h-'-k-philosaphy j tion o her. called and the two men were va.l prolan;, disapprove, is a roman- j the parlor together. I called Dorothy 13 '-for i:; that. and said: 1 thy LirA. according to the ac- m' dream: look out and don't let any c . if h'-r rnven by ilarj to the peo- thin? happf-n; be careful." She laughed at 1 h-r rr,;. -sf. nous gn.-t is. Lowland ! me and left the hous with Mr. Thayer, c. the bf i .ty or the MacLane fam- i Now they are married $27.05 $27.05 To New Orleans and Return via 17 ir n ! Mac : r. '?e.. -swe 1 crep. ?tTet : Luccheni tried to escape, just to add further excitement to his deed. When 'There' are the two men of t he was arrested hp Draclalmod his inv for anarchy and his exultation in the murder he had committed, and that was about the last opportunity that Lulgi Luccheni. the foundling who does not And thb is th strange part that inter- know htg real name nor anything about American Bankers Association. Novem- it so well set up as L" said ' ests Butte; Far down in tht mines in the Ms parents, had to talk for the benefit ber 11 to 13. Tickets will be on sale No . . - modestly and she hns . interior of Mexico is a sturdy young fel- of his Moody brotherhood. Little chance v ember 6 to & inclusive, with a limit of ..f-.: hair B-.t she is sweet- lew. a frier.! of the Klenze family .and j v ts given to him to air his sentiments ten jays. and by depositing same witn t-- ts pr:tv She wears ' a lad ef goid propects who-unless the j at his trial.' Just one month from the payments of SO cents, limit may be ex- ir ss. When she goes down , news has by this time crossed the frontier j tune he committed the murder he was tended to November h' r rtd vpe dress every , stiD, cheerfully believas himself the am- , sentenced to HCo imptlsonment, a.-.d there For further information address the Account of the annual meeting of the C Q. Chandler. Elsberrjr Martin. President. Cashier. E E. Masterman. Chas. Ttiard. Vice-President. Assistant Cashier. J. W. Berryman, Jecoad Vice-President. THE KANSAS NATIONAL BANK of Wichita, Kansas. Capital. $100,000. (The Oldest Bank in Arkansas Valley.) LEHMANN-HIGGINSON GROCER CO. Corner William street and Santa Fe avenue. JETT i WOOD Wholesale Grocers. Corner Sanla Fe avenue, and Wlttfexa. street. WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCER CO. Sell everything in the grocery line Popular brands, ot CJgars. Corner of Santa Fe avenue and William street. THE J. D. McEWEN PRODUCE CO. Wholesale Fruits and Produce. Phone 2(75. 318-321 East Baugiss Are. L. 3. Naf tzger. President. c 'ks t Nr It ts r. it at the dress tr inok a'-th.jugb it is prettier than i v t f rat' - bat they I..jk at Dorothy. , Sv s pretr-. ,r. rted crerc I saw a girl ! or- lay wr. ked i:.? Dorothy, so I I t.!Kti with h-r ' I" the d: h-, Marv Macljtne was i rltttn y--a- Id and ..s writing the s cf he'.-'if ?he said her sister Dor c y sp : hr prett:n--ss. was noth lrg i he: ; ;. ar t .h stil ' :-he wrote, "a , ir r. a .-:tT and two brothers- I ancd lover of Mrs. Louis M. Thayer. is no appeal or pardon. I furiously enoujh-for not much has I He had expected to be executed. He b6n left out of "The Story of Mary Mac- , ted Panned e leave-taing n keeping I ane"' curiously enough, she does not ' vritb rauer of a woman who had b. tray, among other things, what she ' Etvr harmed nim in the slightest way thinks of being betrothed to one man j ?nd whoci hi 3& billed to sin notoriety nnd marrying another when you are Low- ttt he was ihrown iato a cell and cut Kind Scotch. ' off fr1" cotnmuaicatlon from the world. , At an events the sister's love story Is j He "terally has been buried alive. j far from that romantic moment which i Durng the first sLx months of his j Mary MacLane haa prophesied for herself imprisonment Luccheni saw no one save undersigned. R. G. NORRIS, B. F. DUNN, City Ticket Agent Dlv. Pass. AgenL Daily Eagle, Delivered, 10c Per Week. 'Low Sate Excursions VL W. R. Tucker. Vice-President. J. iL Moore, Cashier. The Fourth National Bank United States Depository. Capita! i200 000 Surplus $20,030 Directors W. R. Tucker. W. E. JetL R L. Holmes, B. F. McLean. S. B. Amidoa, J. M. Moore, L S. Naftzger. A general hanking business transacted. Wichita. Kansas. y al ..--e r.othir. f me. i"' -1 iderstand me any more V- .:" I some str.i-igf live curios- 1' s w1 h 1 dare say they regard rr K' ww Them and there Is no r-ess, - fT'.vpathy ' binding ti--s. I it ': me 1:i th last. do yo... i' thy should a'.l die toaror- t -W r a r.e xi-.i on hon."-r. out thro c- " But- ?Ar:d .ir.d F .r-nness. Mary I '''..r. t . '. r.'r sister drtw 8'meT:hat t r. t- r0 i-t."' or It rr..-"v- be that af'rr T.r s Mac L - t :r. th rr. strius est svi .i,md t he and hrr sister w?r r rr to a v ct t than - hid knovr. J .H . the .ir.d and barr.T.nees became d tv,e ' . :-.e left thrm Vt e-.:s ;n Dostcr ift-r she had e 13' r'-- r-n-sw; -j snould iike to ta k "i ov -5- v . my sit - tonight. n.ys t : ,'ht.' sk- wr.t on. "my s!- " and up to i .- .;ttie box if a " m. h ve a Httie mting-rn. m tf "'-r, '- is a little N-x of a ro( -. - e '. -t down our ha!r and tr ik c1 the ''- that nive Keen gir-."d tc 9 ind -t.i t.i us. w -Ahr.t we would say abcut r " ; ?r- t let d-wr h-r hair ar.d 1 ' me d rr.: ami a-. . "Oh. my" I v. .'j vt dov r mv hai- a..d 1 o ..t :ny -.5 -r :r.d srn. - Sack and say :r her book. Could aaything more be unlike the com ing of the reporter of the Inter-Mountain to the MacLane home than that' lurid picture of Devil -courtship which the "Ht tl MaeLane'' dreamed out as her own ideal betrothal? I fan. led the fa"cinatiing man devil was seated near in a frail wil- $ low chair. He leaned bark in the frail wfilow chair and looked at me " 'And now I am here. Mary MacLane." he said, '-what would you." " I wart ou to marry me,' I replied at once. " I am :'attered," said the Devil, "but u must know it is not my custom to marry women. the Jiier who thrust his food through an opeamg In his cell. He was not per mitted to speak to his guard, who appear ed once a day. He had nothing to read. nothing- with which to write. Me livcl in absolute silence and with nothing to otcupy his save his own thoughts. He ccukl not know what the world sad of him, and that was the greatest punish ment of all. He did not know whether the red-handed brotherhood glorified him or whether he was' utterly forgotten. He raged over the refusal of the prison authorities to pay the slightest attention to hl3 request for newspepers. It was -worse to Luccheni than a thousand deaths this complete oblivion. The world did speedily forget him. and I am sure it is not.' I agreed, end ' th? consciousness of this came to Lucheni ickner onservatory of Music I do not ask to be particularly favored; ! fter a time He became more amenable anything j give me. however little. l" tu,e J"i "b mm constitute marriage for mc ' j of . absolute feoUtlon. during which Ume And u! 3 marriage Its if be so small w Rev Prmid to leve his ccU a thing" asked the uevil. " 'Marrlag-'.' I said, "would be a great, oh. a wono n" :! thing, and the moft beau tiful of a!'. I want you to marry rrt?.' I added spairingly " But - i think.' he irquirrd. that it would be i suitable marrir.irer' A sc-a.t.t, marriage I exc!amed. I hate .i suitable ma!"-,;-?: No. It .-!iM not !e r-ji' iMf. It wruid be bo tnrr.ian, Hitiandish. abomnable.'' The Efvii smiled. if I nere to marry jc i" he asked, how long wo-j'd you be hir-p" " 'Fr thr - days ' I r-ered. Oldest, largest aad only chartered school of music in Wichita. ALL B RANCH E "5. Only the best methods of modern tech nique taught. Recitals given every Friday of the year. Students may enter at any time. Terms reasonable. Send for catalogue. A. W. SICKNER, Director. Phone 696. 407 East Douglas Ave. Dr. E. H. Creditor DENTIST I give my personal attention to all work. Years of experience enables' me to do satisfactory work. Most people de sire their work done with .promptness. NEW ORLEANS IA-Americia Extracting without pain, when desired. Bankers' Afv-:a;io". and T'rted Da ugh-J (Gas or local anaesthetics.) ters of Conffdericy J.T r-ind trip. Tick- : , ets on sale November 7. nd S; Unuted j Best Work for the for return to ten days from date of sale. except by raying k terts at New Orleans 'ZZSSJZTg'Si 144 North Main Street ternational Live Stock Exposition. Tick- and depositing ticket limit will be ex-. DR. Ui Ll 5ALI5BURY, tended to November 30. , Anfif KANSAS CITT. MO. National Lire! 'enU3i' Stock Aseociation; 15 round trtp. ' Does tie ixst Iotal work at the lowest Ticket on sal- Januarv 12 and H prises. Teeth cxtraoted wltboot pain, or Tickets on sale janoary u ana S. , no bjr lhe URe oi yitalUed sdr. limited for return to January 1. txcept Stiver niiiags M McCOMB BROS. Wholesale Saddlery. Manufacturers of Harness and Saddles. -101 Bxst Douglas avenue. ' L. HAYS SADDLERY AND LEATHER CO. Manufacturers cf Harness and Jobbers of Saddlery. 12S-127 W Dovgla areme. THE PERU-VAN ZANDT IMPLEMENT COMPANY. Wholesale Farm Machinery, Threshers. Plows, Shelters, Vehicles. Btc Sample rooms 123, 125, 127 North Water street Phase 333. J. A. BISHOP Wholesale Dealer In Pain La. Glass, Yarnis&ec Paint and Varnish Brashes. Largest stock to the state. 205 North Main street. C. W. SOUTHWARD Hides. Furs. Pelts. Tallow, Etc. Wichita. Branefc haom M Reao. O. T, Call up Long Distance 'Phone 287. No comratselon eharseJ. NIN E. bTTRRUS Manufactarer and Jobber of Cigars. EI Campo CSgar, 1 eeoto; Star Fives Cigar. 5 cents. 120 Nortfa. Market slreeL GEORGE WETTERHOLD Wholesale Manufacturers of all kinds of Mattreaiee, Plliows, aad Excel sior. Factory corner Kellogg street, from Fottrth to Fifth a-vqata, THE AYLESBURY TdERCANTILE CO. Wholesale Grocers, corner Third street and Santa Fe arcaac Tele phone 229. H. B. ALLEN BOTTLING WORKS Maniif act arert of Aliens -'Norwich Pop," High Gind Glgr Ale and Milk Shake Symps. 31G Eat WiWam MtstoL Phone flT, S. D. SHAW BARBER SUPPLY CO. We handle a fall Mne of ABgnst Kern Good, of St Louis. Doe gl as avenee. - 317 Bast ROSS BROS. Wholesale Seed and Commission Merchant. 366 Eaat Dowgfam aTaama. oTbTstocker Mantels. Grate. Cement Plaster. Llau, Kair. Piutor. AsitooUw. Fir Brick. Fire Clay. Cement. Color Mortars. 143 North Water treat. ARKANSAS VALLEY FENCE COl Combination Farm. Garden and Ornamental Fencing asd Portable Osra Cribs. Union Hog Fence. Pocltry KctUng, Etc H13S X. Wator street. ! the rigors of his punishment were sorae- v hat related. fie was permitted to take an hour's ex ercise is the corridor, but It was ha rressed upon hiat that if he spoke t any one this pritege would be taken from him. Also he was give nthe Mess ing of work. The creature who murdered an Em- f-ress to gah notoriety and who planned by depositing ticket and paying- 30 cents PhtUna ftlfrngs Least Montfy a spectacular death -ladly accepted the opportunity oC s.akhag shoes in the Gene va prlron. But he ys prill compelled to be silent; Neither the other prisoners ith whom he rose limes came in coa- I trait wtll be extended to Jacu&ry 31, 1&6S. I. R. SUERWIN. P and T. A. REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AGENTS. js now talking about t rr " I i'g b r tc s tvas e t cert" rhla: rrs of r all .- that th '"rr.mon s---:,-h ar ! Ma rl ine :" . at th- do : o- relation t : e found r -i 'eT steT. re was estab- r ni between the Lowland rr:!y if Butte, concem- -jtr i.gted ty e y tn the Ar i so whfle r h- V.'.-La-- -s fn the rr-. --rv-'us east ha: " rr:, that w.:ch her fis---m i wife f. hi l-ex-orae of th " ' r. -v SlacLar TV it cr- A"".-es whtn ' t Iks -brut lilc? leople are . br-i-.Me Tnurfs. Under eaeh f ::ve a Tar. and a v :tnan. joined tcztb' r by b t v.ry slen d r thread, the marriage . -emr.v ud their chUdrn. How many of ih mw ea- h other"" No two in a huudrl. I -warrant The marriage crecnj- if ther - miserable petty, paltry exer.p for It-: e t.nr-ther." This raamage -:t-. it atr-,'"! is ften Bred as a (".oak - o n er a w-rli f ratfcr shameful tbir-s 2Uss F'TtX MacLane w .? -:rt,; Irst Veek ernrloj - i issistant ut tbe Butte fltr fh - m ;..fr V;. iof tb rt8ery otflcers of the United Cl-g ; rr. - s from the library ! cr x ! nc 5r:e was there! arc ur n.n the dr cls- ed . -. be. j, f . . . ... , . . - " You sr.? wise. Ycur loeio g.-od logle. lTCL nor CR5 .V 1" I reuid k! - our sou! into Fa-.disc ' said ! teIk "ith He.was directed by sign, the DevU FoT tisBe IocSd Lucrbent would I answered Teo" vitlMur emotion- 1 "P nawrai aad irorraal instinca. When Mary MacLane cam to New ' Hc tor a efcapialn and listeneH York from Bton she wor- a broad silver i to SOO& jatw's word. Luc- -; g n the th ftr.ger of her lft laud cbcni Tm expressed sorrow for bis The roan I Inv, she said, came on lb citelR yousIy on from Butt- yestrd, ar.d we were fu! of &S btood to ral tr.arrisd. and he has gone tme rP"taj. Were you married by a clergy!?" I llt rdfari3 .shwt-llTed- A soos as sv, was J he becas ea&vtieed taat he would gain " e ' b- answered. "Oh. I always pothiES te sfly retailed into 1 nw I should be in sp.t of everythtns. ' fcis d ruli53 The taere fact that Wh?r. she hid beer in New Tork a Ht- I ' M'ow l" P" th time she - rff the ring. , ajTtto IzAee. as I think 1 a., not married after all. ' , ' t?lc '&Ps were a creature mui wc eves uie giance ox Gold fililnrs. no from . Cleaning teeth, up from Tten without plates. GoM craws Rest net of teth Extracting with the air Extracting wtthat the air ; Chfldren's tth extracted fre 1 work TPrt'd Office, 139 North Main Street. .71 M 5.04 .tn .50 EiabLshed 1S7S. Fred W. Israel Real Estab Co Successor To ' : Israel bros. Boston Dental Pariors, Heai tsiaia and Hents! tv Buy n ca.ii c.ty prcperty r Sedg- j wick county aau at present prices means 1 large returns oa yocx rsuory. Wichita. ; wtta her stock axtd other i&dustrle. Is ' est la her la fancy, aad xech bargain as tse can now ofier were never oCTsred be- : fore. AU having busisesd m Br fise are ' lavfted to call or scrrrspuBV. j The V,krrta interests f noa-reskients : properly fa.thfuiiy cared for. uQce. second 3ofr 15 North HarSet street. Iset BailSias. Phil Y. StrohecKer. D. D. S. Prcpricter. 405 EAST DOUGLAS AVE. Open trentsgs till 1:23. tr and Mrs. Louis M. Thayer. hr,g ! curtorio -cyed uoa hte raintble mi. r.sM th-Mr leve affair oat of .11 ac- T xraar.o- with Mary MacLa s , eH Si oae cooderaUoa. - ,k. I fcr the idrniafctnuieao of Swiss prts- y-. - xhey return thr will sake their j e uispcrin. wlta jars. KieBza. j Cuban Presented to RcaL Washington. Nov. 7 Minister Quesada j ; today presented Senor Mcntoguido of the Cuban senate, m s:retarv Reot. ..all was brief, bu: there was seras cte cuseion about the inst racoon which one States army is glv;-- to Ochan ofScers. obj ts more aosnaae tflas m ssosi coc-trtee. I 3ut when the assassa infrmctVona be- ! came more serkMK he was agais sect irto solitary cwliEVCTaat. For a tteae he was penartted to take one book a equals . .su aa pasa uwuj . Nashville. Tenn.. N -.- 7 The Grand Tra h -use. -r.e cf Naahv:' s !ead;ag IcokHg i ruth got up from one of the bly be a total loss. of moral aomiledcs a. w&en wm again cut off frost the rest of the prfcoc eves this solace was deoied hfes. So. aow. deriag the loag hwtrs of the : i day and &' the atght. he is ale. aad i he bears the soead of no veice ss.re his ?wo. whaa be Hfts it la the fear thxt speech may tw forgotten. Tat he Is ever f coasclctts that he is watched, though j Sarred Plymouth Rocks Ptrtr-.dge wt-cfc.is aad BnIZ Orplngtoa chickens, wbste turkeys and Maaaotb Pekin ducka; 36 iresaiutas lir three seasoss. Gnt sbeiL biood meal a& kinds of poultry aad hoc remedles; Lee's Egg-rcaser aad Uce-kilier: Cos key's Reu? ."ure. ai wholesale aad re-tafl- Sid for circular OTTO V.'EiSS. 1C5 S. Meade. Wichita. Golden State Limited Dr. M, fl PUTNAM DENTIST Roams 1 aad t lit xot Dogias Aveace. Successor to J. C. VIIscn. Wichita. rUasu. THE HOCKADAY HARDWARE CO. Exclaslve Wholesale. Shelf and Hoary ilartlwara, Tin and EaameleJ "Wares, Ammunition. Long Distance 'Phone 4S3. CHAS. LAWRENCE " Dealer in Photographers nppiiea. 213 East Dog!aa avenue. Tele, phone connection. ' AWRlCAN CORNTCEWORlrS Fred Buckley. Proprietor, iraatifacterjsr? Sieet KUl Ocaies, Sty lights. Tin. Copperand Slate Rcofln?. Gattertas. Spartflbg. Pfcaa 133. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY ANO'CONSTRUCTIOW CO t ETerythlag Elfectrhrai. Pbona 23S. 127 Korta Maglrat street. THEfcTE. POTTS DRUGCO. " ' " Exclusive Wbolesate Drass. Medlclse. Coaleafa. Paints aad Flc Clsars. 117, 119, 121. 123 North Santa Fe ava. WICHITA PUMP FACTORY AND MACHINE SHOPS WatteracbeM Broe.. nataefactBr era and jobber of L'aa Pw W!sd Mills. Galvanized Stel aad 'ood Tanlca. AiemetoOm ami 9tpiim. Pipe Flttlars. Baltla; aad Hose. Maokla aad SoOec Work o-:- mpc. ialty Casting to order. Act 5 settles rselred. 112$ Nc rta jfeid ATenoe. Tfeoa lit THE WHITNEY' fPER CO. (Incorporated.) Wholesalers aad Printers, of W mygtz, PajMsr xsd Papr B, 131 North Saata. Fe ATenjw. WICHITA STOVE AND IRON VORKS " Ideal Store. Architectural aad Strartarai few Wclc. 9ti jja, In stock, Oae hteV aactb Untoa poL Tiwae Lm MOORE DRUG CO WICHI5A SURGICAL AlD DSfiTAL DEPOT WaoleseJe Dn. Sargfcal InKcaasosia asd Mai Bvvplut 21$ Ezal KANSAS OPTICAL CO. " Maatttacturia? Opticians. Dealer e Is Wa4c4l tfamorlaj and 7ao' Ffadtags. Watrh -work da for the tra Lesam zronr.ii Psnmi ssa-de to orders gS K 3Caefc ytes&t. rgapas 3 aaq M. ypetair. TTcTduhs & sro. " Wholesale Qesvr2ze. Glaaa-??are aad Faacsr flood. Eml Dovglaa areaasfe A. C HUScV'S... OMMnRClAt LU3 Urioi iOA. Had; J. H. TURNER WMIesale Har We "y aad sell at all ptfata, a 8 mflroadf. West Ddclas a?9B. PJsose 19S. AMERICAN SODA AND BAKING POWDER COy MANUFACTURE X 147 North Saporta. arrwsc. X. S. Dowlas. Jr, Mam&csz. u. , - Havks Bsraad Baitos Powd-r KI5J1 Qradtf Cnm at 89k.. Kf - fUtir tez tc tnUc: Ofi TJras and MlBa; Sot Pomma. Tisgr fUen aad Bayers' Svpscec. WESTERN SUPPLY HOUSE C A. nyoe, Maaaocr. Wbc4eaJ sad JUtsS TJma, Hair. LMsober. XfH Wr1t. PUre it i win. dw Oteas. Cat aad Sl4 Bsas, Cflhai Citnt. A-a (Wt and Flalch, M-rUr Cotee. 3ck aad 3hml Ut m4 Ui " Wmuc Phne Ml THE WICHITA AND EAGLE COR'tlCE WORKS Kanfactarers of 0hkalzd Iroa aad Gmjtpw Genu? Tia. trvs usd Slate Zco&sz, 2,55 Ncrtfe Lawreaee areaco. TSwa fcfi 1 Barber Stop and Bath Roou j At 113 L AVI. L Scrlctly first efc-s. rei traia aad Eh iocszs cytz. en Scaday 1 fastest Ume to Southern Califoraia. Ir&?t errlce. reryt,ilC - a Y SASCOM, C. ?. X. J. S. THOUFSGI ProorHiter. Win be pet tc service hoet Novc: rt-dJLa WJCHITA SRDOM FACTORY AND BROOM SUPPLY CO. AH grads of Brooea? as4 Wlap ac rnjwwiffrW arleat. Betters, la Brooocora aad Srooa SpHms. Hatsrfiaa al hmtc WcMigw aJtt7 Wire. TTrtae. Lcce. Braces. Hsflc 9catae; aJuo Tooia. Writ Svs prices. 1S2-12 Httster zrnaim. E. S. Crrc. Projiir. WICHITA MANTLE MFG. CO, 31t-lt3 EAST DOtlCLAS AVE- Maawfactarors f HJ-Grae tei,dim-art XaatUe tor m4 lire Ug&tizs.