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STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER G; 1894.
3 Awarded 'Highest lioncrs World Fair. "1 f 8 v t X CD EAT. 2 MOST PERFECT MADE. A purs Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. DR. VINCENT TALKS. The Bialiop Adclrass.es the Shawnee Sunday School Convention. m "THE TEACHING PROCESS. " J. Good Han la a od Thins Kit Be fore! laaa IT -He In I nlntereetinr- There were about 'J00 delegates present at the opening session of the Shawnee County Sunday Scaool convention yester day afternoon and evening and several visitors. Rav. E. Blakasley opened the session with prayer and a praise service. Six Esaeatials for a Sunday School" and "How to Improve Our Township Work," were two subjects that were discussed by Rev. Mr. McLane, Luther Stover, Miss JMcCome and others, after which Kev. W. B. Hutchinson talked about "Primary Methods." There was a batter attendance in the evening. A. K. Rodgers lead a devo tional song service and Rev. V. L. Byers delivered an address on "Individual Faithfulnass the E ey to True Success." The address of the evening was Bishop Vincent' on "The Teaching Process." He said: "Every teacher should have uninterrupted oppjrtunity to teach. That is the main thing. The principal work of the pastor in connection with the Sun day Bchool is not v go about visiting the pupila and teachers to rind out how their families are getting: along. This is work that he should do on week days, work for which he is hired to do then. To me, the sanctum sanctorum of the Sunday school, is when the teacher bends with her five or six pupils over the book; teacher and pupils lost to everything else excepting the le3on of the day; the kindled eye and quickened heurt of the teacher and the alert and interested look of the pupils. It is a siirple work. It is an im portant work. "It is tj be carried oa by law. I be lieve that God accomplishes things by spiritual law as will as. by natural law. Now in this process of teaching, I think the first think is personal charac ter. It is a good thing- to have a good man s-it before a c'as for thirty min utes, even if he is uninteresting. Some times I think it is Letter to have uninteresting goodness stand before a clas3 than the must fascinating teacher who has not re ality iu herdisposiion. In following the teaching process, we must always take account of individuality and not trust too much to prescribed method. Everybody has his ow n methol of teaching. It mat ter very little wlit.t that method is, if it is his own method. "I believe, Bucday school teachers, that if we felt tho responsibility more than we do in developing Christian char acter in the ethics of Christian faith, we would have more boys and girla who would say, 'I will try to be a Christian. I will pray when I am tempted. I will stand up tor Jesus and tho church.' Let us try to be more earnest teachers." At the session this morning there ports of the work by the president, sec retary, treasurer and city and township presidents were read, and there were then fifteen two-miaute talks on -'Better "Work in Our Sun lay Schools" by Brad ford Miller, 11. Raed, Miss Maggie Hampie, W. W. Buckner, Mrs. A. J. Arnold, Mrs. Gea. Noble, W. II. Was son, R, U. Farnswurth, Claton Grout, J. W. Sidwell, Mrs. Eva Logan, William McArthur. Wm. Yanorsdal, Prof. Wat kins, E. IL Keach, A. L. Stratton, I. N. George, A- B. Smith, A, J. McDowell, Mrs. N. A. "Woostr, Prof. D. F. Hoover, Miss Ruth Nash, J. A Lukens, Mrs. J. S. Austin and Cal. Bradley. Rev. F. M. Porta taught a "Normal Lesson," W. D. Goasett delivered an in teresting address cn 'How to Deal with the Stay Aways," i.nd there was an ad dress by the state secretary. The session of this afternoon will close the convention. At this session an elec tion of oilicers will take place. It was an interesting and profitable convention. JUDGE THOMSON GRIEVED. He Tells Wallare's Attorneys tho Insin uations iu the X'a&s A ;i tat Ion Hart Him. " S. B. Isenhart anl E. D. McKeever have returned from Aim, where they went last Tuesday for the . purpose of trying the case of Thomas Wallace against the Rock Island ' railway before Judge William 'lhomson. The cassis one that has attrac ted eome attention in the discussion of tae subject of judges and passes. Judo a Thomson stated to the lawyers that the publicity given his possession of a pats and the insinuations that it iatluenced his decisions had grieved him deeply. The case of Wal lace was continued on motion of his own attorneys. It is probable that the celebrated case may be dismissed in Judge Thomson's court and hied ia the Shawnee county district court. Lot rri!Ui An tit rarity. Recent testa niMle on the Los C'errillo?, New Mexico, anthracite, sliow that the same results can le obtained from this coal as from the vtry best Pennsylvania anthracite. We cim save you money cn your winter supply of anthracite. Give ua a trial order. THE bOtTH-WEfl EES FUEL COMFAKT, 634 Kansas avenue. Telephone 193. Silver Leaf vinegar remains in the front. It ia the bost, tabla and pickline vinegar. Ask your grocer for it and take ko m her. It is tht cheapaat. "V A POINT FOR EASTMAN. The First Point in the Asyltira Case Dacided in His Favor. IODAID3 IS A PRQFER METHOD. Dr. Etitmas't Attorney Thinisa "This Practically Ilrride the Cane-Other saprems Court Oecisions. The first point in the casa cf Dr. D. B. Eastman in his effort to be reinstated in his position as superintendent of the insane asylum, was decided today by the supreme court in his favor, a ad lawyers say that this means a victory for Dr. Eastman. When tho petition for a writ of manda mus to compel the state board of chari ties to appear and show caue why Dr. Eastman was not wrongfully ept oat ot the office was filed, the board did not answer but instead tiled a motion to quash the alternative writ They al leged as grounds for the motion that an action in quo warranto was the proper remedy and that the plaintiff, by his un explained tibandoument of the office was barred from assertiug his right to the office. The court holds without a dissenting opinion in a decision made by Chief Jus tice Horton, that mandamus is a proper remedy where the officer has been wrongfully removed without cause, and where a superintendent is deprived of hia office room and is prevented trom dis charging his official duties, that he is wrongfully removed from office. Though this does not decide the merits of the case, the position of the court that Dr. Eastman was wrongfully removed is a blow at Dr. McCasey. Tuere i3 now but little doubt that the people will soon be relieved from hearing of more scandal at the asylum. W. A 8. Bird, who is one of the attor neys for Dr. Eastman and the former steward, John Brun, said to a Jocksal reporter: "This, iu my mind, practically decides the case in our favor, and Dr. Eastman will probably be reinstated when the case comes up oa its merits." THE ODD FELLOW CASE. Judge Hazen's Decision Holding the As sessment Legal ASli raeil. The supreme ceurt handed down a decision affirming the decision of Judge Hazon ia the De Boissiere Odd Fellow case. This is the case where various lodges of the Odd Fellows resisted the payment of the per capita tax of $1 to pay the in debtedness and maintenance cf the De Boissiere Odd Fellow home on the ground that the grand lodge had no right to make the assess ment. The case was tried before Judge Hazen in Topeka who decided that the assess ment is legal and the decision of the supreme court affirms his decision. "Wells Case Attirnied. The case of James W. Weils of Dodge City, who was convicted of murder in the second degree an 1 sentenced to ten year3 in the penitentiary was affirmed and Wells will have to serve his time. He was convicted of killing a saloon keeper named L E. Warren, while drunk on Aug. 22, lb03. SfPKEJl i: COURT. Decisions Handed U o vv u Today y the t UtlgfS. The following opinions ware rendored by the supreme cjurt of the stato of KanBaa, this 6-h day of October, 1SU-1. Horton, .'. .J. D. B. Eastman vs. M. A. Householder, et aL, original proceedings iu mandamus motion to quash alternative writ, over ruled. Medore Marthi & Co. vs. E. Mar shall, error from Cloud county, affirmed. Homer Kennett vs. Peters & Co., error from Clay county, affirms!. Union Street Railway, et al vs. Hilie Stone, er ror from Cowley county, affirmed. First National Bank of Clyde vs. Frank C. Parkhurst, error from Cloud county, af firmed. Jos. Donohue rs. Louiso Djdo hue, error from Atchison count v, af firmed. C. R. L & P. Ry. Co. vs. 'L. V. McBride, error from Kiowa county, af firmed. Toil on, ,T. Ben Blanchard vs. Jos. R. Jackson, error from Chase county affirmed; J. T. Shull ts. the board of commissioners of Gray county, original proceeding in mandamus, peremptory writ allowed; W. A. Waggoner vs. C. A Oursder et al.. er ror from Brown county, affirmed; Mate vs. C. M. Forline, appeal from Osborne county, affirmed; State vs. 1. G. Conk ling, appeal from Kinjman county, dis missed; State vs. Johu Brown, appeal Pottawatomie county, affirmed; Rock Island Lumber Manufacturing company vs. Equitable Trust and Investment com pany et aL, error from Sedgwick county, common pleas, affirmed. Allen, .1. Reno Lodge, et al, vs. The Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., error from Shawnee couuty, affirmed; J. S. Meredith vs. Sarah Meredith, error from Brown county, re versed; State vs. John Diebold, appeal from Doniphan county, reversed; Mate vs. Man Ray. appeal from Lyon county, affirmed; S. J. liryan vs. William Cong don, error from Harvey county, reversed; U. S. Investment Cot vs. Phelps & Bige low Wind Mill Co., error from Rooks county, affirmed; U. S. Investment Co. s. Phelps 6c Bigelovv Wind 31 ill Co., er ror from Rooks county, affirmed. ' Sllniater Jtayard l.fa l,endn. London, Oct. 6. L". S. Ambassador, Mr. Thomas F. Bayard and Mrs. Bayard, accompanied by Mr. S. D. Warren and J. Carter, left Waterloo station this morn ing in ordar to embark for New York at Southampton on board the American steamer Pari". All the mmters of the United States embassay were at the rail way station to wish the party bon voyage. Lou t'errillo Aulhrcritf. Recent tests made cc the Los Cerriilos, New Mexico, authracite coal, show that the same results can be obtained from this coal as from the very best. Pennsyl vania authracite. We can ssvs you mon ey on your winter supply of anthracite, j Give us a trial order. j THE SOUTH- WESTIIRN FCEL COMPAST, j 6o"4 Kansas avenue, j lelephoua lf'3. raien Pacific Slake J'anter Tia:e. Dexver, Oct. 6. The Unim Piic.fic's new schedule which will go into effect at midnight tonisrht provides for increased peed. The runaiugtime is reduced one hour and it is said that by means of changes on half a dozen lines tha time betweea New York and San Francisco will be reduced nine hours. A STORY. Hamburg- El plains Why the Marriage Did Not Take Place, j "I would like to tell you a love story," said John Hamburg at the Jockey club tho other evening as he emptied his ninth glass of kummel. And he commenced. "It was at Nice last week. Upon the Promenade des Anglais I noticed a very beautiful young lady leaning upon the arm of a gentleman whom, from his re spectable baldness and gray beard, I judg ed to be her father or some near relative. I admired this young lady very much." John Hamburg here took a tenth glass of kummel. 'I saw her again the next day, and ev ery day thereafter, but she was always ac companied by the old gentleman. At last I met her alone. I approached very politely, hat in hand, and asked her: " 'Mademoiselle, if I should say that I think you are very beautiful, would you be offended? ' " 'Monsieur,' she replied diplomatical ly, 'every one has a right to his own opin ions. ' " John Hamburg took his eleventh glass of kummel. "Some time afterward I met her again alone. 'Mademoiselle, ' said I, 'if I should prove that I love you, would you be dis pleased?' What ehe replied does not con cern you." John Hamburg took a twelfth glass of kummel. "One day," he continued, "she was in my apartment about 5:30 in the afternoon and we were admiring the magnificent panorama of tho Mediterranean unrolled beneath my windows, when some one knocked at the door. I opened, and the respectable bald old gentleman burst into tho room crying 'Wretches!' The young lady fainted, but I did not lose my head. " John Hamburg took a thirteenth glass of kummel. "Y'ou know me," said Hamburg. "You know that I am the most honorable man in the world, and that I do not recoil be fore the accomplishment of a duty." ''Sir,' said I to the venerable bald head, 'I see that I have involuntarily compromised this young lady, but I am ready to repair my fault. I have tho hon or to ask of you her hand. ' Will you be lieve it, this stupid old person refused ever to givo mo his consent. Then I struck him a couplo of times, for I dislike to have any one mock at mo like that." John Hamburg took a fourteenth glass of kummel. "Why, O Hamburg," we asked in chorus, "why did this old man refuse to unite you to her whom you loved? Did he not think you rich enough?" "I am several times a millionaire," re plied Hamburg. "Did he doubt your honor?" "No," said Hamburg. "Then what pretext could he allege for his refusal?" John Hamburg took a fifteenth glas3 of kui'imel. "Some nonsense. He pretended that he was not the father of tho young lady." " Ah!" "No, hp was only her husband," con cluded John Hamburg carelessly. New YTork World. XIangrer. The evangelist pressed his hand. "You have become a praying man?" he cried incredulously. "Yes," replied tho sallow party solemn ly, "I pray every night upon retiring, and every morning I give thanks." 'Heaven bo praised! What, if I may ask, turned your feet to the straight and narrow path?" "A ikw realization of tho uncertainty of life." 'Amen. Meditation?" Tho sallow man shook his head. "Folding bed," he answered simply. Detroit Tribune. Personal Reflection. The conversation had turned on the transportation question, and Mr. Jagway, who was indulging in one of his regular spells of being perfectly sober, observed: "If I had my way about it, the govern ment would own the railways and carry people anywhere for one rate of fare with out regard to distance, just as it carries letters in the mails." "H'mph!" said Old Hunks. "Youdon't need to wait for that. You could put a stamp on your forehead and go through the mails any day as a 'periodical. ' " Chicago Tribune. Blessings of One of tho Elements. Teacher You may tell us, Tommy, some of tin; ways in which tho element of fire confers a benefit on the human race. Tommy (who knows something of hia father's business methods) When the amount of the insurance exceeds the value of the stock on hand. Chicago Record. Correct Measurement. Mrs. Hale (just married) Maria, ws will have eels as a second course for din ner. Maria How much ought I to get, ma'am? Mrs. Hale I think 13 yards will ha sufficient. Tit-Bits. The Test. "I am strong in my love for you, " the youth protested. But when she bade him open the win dow in the first class railway coach in which they were journeying he fled ia despair. Detroit Tribune. Sot Impressed. "How did Ohltimer like the act of the lion tamer?" asked the circus proprietor. "Ho was bored to death. You see, he used to be tho manager of an opera com pany with three prima donnas in it." Washington Star. Preparing For the Great Occasion. Cleverton Hello! What are you going to do with the book of etiquette? Dashaway I've just been invited to an Informal dinner. Brooklyn Life. Unprofitable. "Waiter, fetch me some lemonade. I bave the sugar and lemons." Fliegende Blatter. Xo Doubt. Patient Doctor, why does whisky make my nose red? Jj-L:tor It's because you drink it, eir. Life. JK. , THE UNCLEAN IN COURT Thirteen Wayfaring Men Not All Fools in Police Court. JUDGE MORTON'S HOUSE STONED. A Cans or Drunken Trampi Throw Rocks at IUm House. Thirteen is said to be an unlucky num ber. There was an unlucky thirteen in police court this morning and they were all trampi Mr. Ensmiugcr put on his judicial frown and looked them over one by one. George Willia ms, the police said, had been drunk but George denied it with tears in his eyes. He was on his way from Beatrice he said but did not re member where he was bound for. The officers said ho staggered but George said he was asleep anil as the judge had never seen a man stagger in his sleep, he will keep him on exhibition for five days. Wm. Brown was drunk, too. He ad mitted it, but said he had never been iu police court before and was sorry about it. The judge was f.orry, too, ;md gave Bill five days in which to dry his tears. Charley Myers, who had been loating about the interior of a box car accom panied only by a fever, was on his way to El Paso and the judge allowed him to continue his journey. Charley Williams was pockmarked and very penitent. Charley had been drunk. Officer Campbell said he was drunk on hard cider and turpentine. Charley pleaded guilty to the cider and swore by the ghost of Farmer Smith that he would get right out of town within half an hour if given the chance. Ha wouldn't wait for a train; but the judge sort of liked Charlie and will keep him for five days. Sam Young was in a box car, too. There was nothing clean about Sam. In a few places when the dirt had been knocked oil it seemed evident that he whs a colored man Sam was from O-age City and had brou&rht up several bushels of c.al dust with him which was q;iite evenly distributed over his person. The judge ordered his release. . Jim Stanley and his crutch were iu court this morning. Jim was from Hia j watha and was not very clean either, lie i said he was a painter by trade but he ! was begging. The judge suspended hia i sentence for twenty-lour hours and Jim will not loaf around Topeka long. Charlie Ward claimed to be a printer. He looked more liko a coal heaver, de lightfully unwashed. He was on his way from Omaha to Emporia and the judge had no desire to detain him. Judge Morton's house was stoned yes terday afternoon by a gang of tramps who were drunk. No particular dam age was done but it wasn't pleasant for the family. The police were notified and they succeeded iu arresting Thomas Martin, Fred Bohanan. Joseph Emerson, Thomas Daly, Clarence Knowies and B. H. Cars and they are being held to await developments. Their cases will come up Monday morning. FIREWORKS AND SPEECHES The Democrats Will Make the Monday Kvenin Kally a Success. The Democrats are making arrange ments for their big rally to be held next Monday eveniug at Hamilton hull. The speakers will be ex-Governor Glick, Gen. C. W. Blair and Thomas P. Fenlon. Senator Martin is expected to speak briefly. The Democrat flambeau club has made arrangements for a display of lireworks, which will rival anything tho club has given. The club will turn out at 7:o0 and march up Kansas avenue to Eighth street. WHAT TO DO WITH THEM. "ow That a Charivari Iarty i- Convicted the Authorities are in Doubt. Omaha, Neb., Oct. 0. A special to the Bee from Westpoint, Neb., says: George Boyer, 8(J years old, married Monday. Twenty-three young men of the city con cluded' to indulge in a charivari party. The aged bridegroom became indignant and had all arrested and spent several hundred dollars in convicting them of disturbing hia repose. They were or dered to jail today, but as it is a weak structure, the boys threatened to tear it down if incarcerated. Local authorities do not know what to dj with the prisoners. Jiidie Nhot ly a Liquor Healer. Rcsh ville. Ind., Oct. G. John Mc Carthy of this town has failed to obtain a license to sell liquor at retail at Car thage a village tive miles north of here, bv reasons of a citizens leagues' opposi tion, this morning assaulted Judge Wolf of the committee, firing two shots. One shot struck Wolf in the stomach and he is in a critical condition. McCarthy i3 now in jail. EiMi Entertained ly 4en. Tiinx. MXicoCiTr, Mex., Oct. 6. Since his arrival in this city, Gen. Antonio Ezeta the fugitive ex-president of San Salva dor, has been th recipient of distin guished attentions, lie has been re ceived by Gen. Diaz at the presidential castle at Chapultepec. General Ezeta rvisses most of his time at the Spanish " ,'asino" club. He has visited the opera and is an unremitting attendant every morning at the baths. 115-117 E. SEVENTH STREET. WHEELS TO KENT BT HOUR AND DAY. IMPERIAL, ALUMINUM, WAVERLY, LOVELL DIAMOND. BATMAM & TOWSEOvr V a And admire tlie most stylish p at prices that "will malrs $ cheap; and if you will step W. M. HORD, O. KlNtP.T. KINLEY & LANNAN, rrlvkX Carriages P'liaotonc, L1!" A,r" tZZZAs t3TSie,cial 424 AND 42G JACKSON STREET, TOPEKA, KANSAS. "DIRT DEFIES THE IS GREATER THAN All nosiaei nranrlie. lior(hml ami Typewriting. NO ADDITIONAL fHAUGE K)K I!OOKKi:Ei'IN(l AMI l'F:N ill A N.-S71 I V IN CONNiiCinlJf HirU .MlilUiilANl) (Ol'IM. pec'at attention to (irde u lis- U Willing Lsuuoa $2.00. ASIC FOR EXACT SIZE l'avur.uj leu-cout CiKaj. 8oid by all first-class NORTH TOPEKA. Items of Interest from the North Side of the iti ver. Arthur Kane is visiting relatives in j Atchison. Mrs. IL I Downing of Holton, is the guest of Mrs. W. C. bly. J. C. Moore has removed with his family to his old home in Maine. Albert Ileartburg is spending a few days at hia former home, Dover. Mrs. W. C. Steele has returned from a visit among friends in Atchison and Jack son couuties. Mrs. G. W. Hamilton has returned from a visit among relatives and friendg at Logansport, In 1. Miss Leora Morrow has returned from Kansas City where she has beeu all this week sight-seeing. Mrs. Cappie Newdson of Englewood, ill., and her mother, Mrs. Peudroy of Salina, are vhiting the familv of Geo. W. Petro. A complete line of homoepathic reme dies at A. J. Arnold & Son's. Take your prescriptions to A J. Arnold & Son, 81 Kan ave. Established 1M70. The oyster supper giveu by the ladies of the Kansas avenue M. E. church last night, was well attended, notwithstand ing the rain. ' Mrs. Calvin Holman has returned ftem Kansas. City, Kas., where she has been spending the past week with the family of her brother. Will Lacey has inventedja new musical instrument, and can play on it him self. It consists of botiies of various sizes bound together,and tunes are played by blowing into the mouths of the bot tles. J. IT. Hughes, of Rochester, has had his son, James B. Hughes, arrestod for heading a charivari party on the occa sion of Hughes Sr.'s recent marriage. The case will be tried before Justice Marple. lioyn' liiiee I'anta. Blankets and yarns are now marked ready fur sale. We regret the rush pre venting our getting them in shape sooner. Topeka Cash- Pry Goods Co., 11)3 East Sixth btreet. ConsretcatioMal Pioneer. The Congregational Pioneer society will meet at the First Congregational church, Tuesday, October 9, at 3 p. m Evening session begins at 8. Letters from the Rev. L. Y. Lum, Harrison Uan n.ihs and other well known pioneers will he read and former members will be ia attendance. This Boy's Uhzzl HAS bteo told all eoo r t from $25 to ? : ). HaviL just purchased a large lut at a bargain. I will oEer tiim as long as they last at S15 EACH. U IT ABLE for boys 9 to 13 i3 years old. Special priees oa all lines now to close. BICYCLE repairing, enamel ing and nickeling don. Work and pries guaran teed. Work left at Diy shop i.'l le done right and look riirlit, be cause I have the facilities to Co the most difficult work. Tru Win. Taylor THE LICKIE MAX. Bicycles, Simiries, fnm ' - 0 every man in the city to ston nt tkO7 Knnz.. Avt line cf Sh.093 ever displayed ia T:pe!ca, you wonder hovr I can sail thein E3 inside I will inform you. -lavivlVniEjllN t. r . t a -w. orders and repairing promptly aitciMli-il to. KING." THEN ROYALTY ITSELF L. H. STRICKLCR, 21 ao-1 Uuiimy ai, ivyekm Kintt, rERI IICTION dealers. Mf. by Geo. Burgliart, 801 Ka. Av, JL 1 I t . ' J. lil. KIJIGIIT, UBT BE RT AIII2 12, 404 find -lt It. nun art Ave. tinii HIA North Tup.-ka. Jhoue, A. 13th and Walnut sirfct. Kansas City. Mi. 1 elopiiono i bolonz to no L'vltri.aker t'omt!oe. -Ma si a. facdire my own comns anil casket. -My r.rn are Iroiti -z? to 5j per cent leas tuaa any uuu&r. takr in tlie city. Furniture, Carpal and Stoves sold on time. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Wednesday, October iolli tiijagfrnnit KKlruonlinarr. CHAS H. YALE'S FEWEST DEVIL'S AUCTION Truly a Creat IVrforinam.-i-. ATf The Magnificent Sc-ticrv Th z!in Armor '1 he autifui Haltd I ii- N i i'rmiiiercs 'X'lio kiirojieau tiiccialtic 1 i,. ArtiNiii' i.'ompany. A .M ;i imiii.l I j I'rodiict ion. ',mt t !i i n . lut tlio 'i'it . 'i raii-f.riiia'ti..iis'' 1 Advent ot .sprint; and AH tli t.rcat J-c.tur-. HKINti THK C IIII.1)I;I:N. Mhootlnir Kiipilinl I,y ncli i n jj. Fairfiei.ij, Tex.. Oct. 6. -Henry ' son, colored, attem pied to outrage Mitchall near Mills yesterday ever: but was prevented by her scream, ;. attracted help. Oibaou was ki r - - t 1 1 1..." 1 i t- :-i. Jant He was being guardei at Aitor, l ut : v, . i . -. . . . : j t - . . - i night a shot was lired by soma iinkm party from the outside which killed son. ' 1 v 1 1 i i b - Brepared Tlecent changes in tho acroem nt ouo of the Frontenac mines, enablo ua t ( n--nmh the trade with au excellent ()ialitv of egg coal. This Coal is especially ; r -pared for kitcheu stoves and range-., nnd is absolutely free from slack and d.rt. Call at our office and see (ainr,ii. THK bOUTH-W F.STKKJJ FCKI, ( OMI'ANV, 6154 Kansas avenue. Telephone 1L3,