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I 2 THE ADVOCATE,
KAII0AD CITY, no. OUR. JUtfTU-AXj SHOPPING BY MAIL MADE EASY. Clip out of thia paper tho item you wi3h and Bend your ordor by mail. We promise you our b;t gervico, and when you get tho Linonn, should you find any you don't want, return thoia to ca at onco and wo will rofond your money. kan.'as j.ir,ii:.r,i,Aivv.rm Ws'dafcdAy, February Yi.-VJi day vraa toraewlafc hliitnrlc la th& Howo ly rp.::cra of roucaa of tho eo-ctlhvl wti'aaa BUiTrno bill, which ca Ita third wvY.r.z oa the previous day teilod to ,;tj:a, thftro Lavloj tetia CO votouforaud 3 B:.Icot It RoconaMeritlon of rote on Ho'j.m till No. 27U, An act confiirrlaz upon wemen the right to vote and liohl o!l!ce wad road the third time, and tho iiuutlon being, shall tho bill iak? Tho roll wan c&Iled with the following rault: Yetta C'J, cays 01. Tho following gentlemen voted in tho affirmative: Meuaro. Alexander, Ather ton, Barnes, Barnott, Drown of Wllaon, Rrydon, Campbell, Carey, Cju'itor, Chubb, Cobun, Couns, Cory, Coulaon, Crumley, Donovan, Doolittle, Doubleday, Duncan, Kvcrly, Fisher, Fortney, (loodvln, liar tSIck, Ihrdy, llarccr, Jlftrtonbower, Har vey, Henry, Illckox, floward, Hurt, Ieram, JiickBcn, J ones of Butler, Jones of Cherokoo, Kenton, Lupftr, Maddox, Maxwell, McCoakey, McKlnnlo, Weaker, Milllaa, Mitchell, Morrison, Plerson of Pratt, Held, Rogers of Marlon, Rowoe, Ruble, Raokarda, Htmmons, Boun, Bhull, Smith of Bmith, Sou pone, Stanley, fltecle, fltovonu, Steward, Tanner, Tcmpleton, Tucker, Vail, Vandorventer, Wagner, Warren, Whittlngton. Total, CO. Tho following gentlomoa voted In the negative: McflHra. Andrews, Burgard, (Hover, Crab:, Day, Dlclruon, Dolin, Doty, Douglass, Drake, Dumbnuld, Hopkins, Leody, Lovitt, Matchett, Mllner, Morriti, Neeley, Newman, Nixon, Pearson of Alien, Phlnney, Rehrlg, Remington, Rice of Bourbon, Bhowalter, Smith of Neosho, Btahl,Webb, Wllhrd, Williamson, aad Mr. Speaker Elder. Total, 81. A constitutional majority having voted la favor of the paBunge of tho bill, the bill pacaed and the titla waa agreed to. Mr. liiipfor, Chairmn of tho commit too on education, submitted tho follow ing report: BJb. Svkakcic The oommitt9 on edaca tion having had under oonHidoratioa House bill No. Oil), entitled "An act to prohibit tho itvumg of toaohera' certificates to any per son addicted to profanity or tho usoof intox icating liquors as a beverngs, or tho use of tobacco in any form," instruct mo to report the said IIouso bill No. 619 tuck' to the Houue with tbo recommendation, by a ma jority of tho committee, that it bo paasmd. A minority is herewith submitted. . Mr. Rice, of ColTey; submitted on Bald IIouso bill No. (110, tho following mi nority report: Mh. Si'bakih: Tho minority of tbo com mittee on education bog leave to diwont from tho Bindings of tho majority report on House bill, No. CIO, and submit tha follow ing reasons therefor: First It is subversive oft ho principles of Republican government aad throws the doors of legislation wide open to tho intro duction of sumptuary laws of the most vi cious kind. flacond It really aims to wtablinh a kind of conscientious lock-box from which must bo drawn out at the will of tho controller thereof only such documents as auils his liking. Third II is a faot that many of tho bent teachers in tho etate use tob&aoo la some fonn (though not in tho Bchool room or up on the school grounds), and they have the suae right to do so that any ' other person has, a right guaranteed by section 1 artiolo 14 of tho amendments of tho oonotitution of the United States, whloh provides that no state shall make or enforce any law which shall deny any person within its jurisdiction tho equal protection of ita laws. It is there fore tho opinion of tho minority that in order to make thia act constitutional and junt, it etould apply equally to all users of tobacco. It is also tho opinion of tho mi nority that in order to establish prohibition of tobacco it will bo necessary to submit an aviaJmiiut to tho otuttltutioa a the swno Hru.a2 it wfid c'tiiO la Ilia ciwo of alcoholic djbliaaabeteraie. FourthIt aliM) hbows a donire on the i!rt of many of the promoters of thia schwne to adfttneo the IrroprtMillo 'Vcluxd marrn" to a pociltlca of absolute o;utrol in all school workjacwiditlfa which in not dwirodby rural eoHimunitiea. It Is thoroforo tl o ro oiaunondation of the minority that House bill No. 611 be indefinitely powlponod. Mr. Jonert, of Butler, chairman of the committee on charitable lnfctltutione, sub mittal the following report: Ma. Si'kaukh: Your committeo on chari table Inntutiocs beg leave to submit the fol lowing report: A sub-committee lately visited tho Industrial school for girls and found that inntitution in an orderly and clean marker; the health of the inmntos good and the accommodations amile for tho prwwnt number of inmates. If there should be a 'demand for more aoommoda tlons in tho near future, your committee U of tho opinion thnt the large private roomn, now occupied by tho attendants, could bo ditidod into two or more rooms, and tho largo rooms, thus vacated, converted Into dormitories, suflloient for thirty or forty more Inrankos, thus saving an appropriation for additional rooms. We found the innM tution depended upon its supply of watsr upon hauling from tho city water works at great eipouse; and tho institution itself des titute of any provision Btfainut fire, such as water, plugfl, hofio, efco. Wo urgently recommend an appropria tion sufficient to oonnoct with tho city water works and tho location of enough water plugti and hose in the building to make it regionally safe in caso of fire, which is likely at any time to occur and bo of in cendiary origin, when tho charactor of tho inmates is considered. Your committeo was surprised to find no many young children in that institution, and la of tho opinion that many, if not all, of the younger children could bo man aged at home by a firm exercise of parental authority; and we regard it as an outrage upon tho charitablo instincts of the ntsto to force it to be tho nurse of a lot of unreason ably bad children, and wo would rcom mend that in future the proper authorities be more careful in certifying children to that institution, 0. W. Jon eh, Chairman. RBrORTS FROM Til 15 JUDICIARY COM MITTKIC. Mr. Doollttlo, chairman of the Judiciary committor, submitted the following re port: Tho committeo of the judiciary have had under consideration IIouso bill No. 71! 1, en titled "An act to repeal ohaptor 17(1 of the secmon laws of 1877," and instructed mo to report it back and rfloommondits pomjage. This is tho section of law providing for tho appointment of a state agent in tho city of Washington. Kansas already hm two Sena tors and sevea Ilepreoontntors who are ftgonta of tho state; and ought to able to at tend to all the buninoHs of the stato in Washington, without the employment of a special agent at tho oiponeo of the state for that purposo. Tho committeo of judioiary have had un der consideration IIouso bill No. en titled, "An act concerning oonveyanous and tho records thereof, to legalize cortaln records, and to prevent illegal records in tho future," and instruct ma to report it back and recommend its ptunsage. This bill provides that hereafter no rogister of deods rhall receive and file for record, or record in tho publio records of his county any written instrument relating to lands, tho execution of which is required by law to bo acknowledged or provoa and cerfcifiod to enable the name to bo recorded, and makes tho register liable for damages in caso of re cording such instrument. There is no authority now in law to record any instru ment affecting tho title to real eetato unless it to acknowledged or proven; yet a great many registers file and reoord such instru ments which cLoudj tho title and requires an action to remove them. Tho bill ia un doubtedly in tho interont of jutitico. Tho committeo of tho judioiary have had (uader consideration House bll No, CR8, en titled "An act to amend section 4508 of the general statutes of Kansas, 1680, rotating to TOWELS. Boven different styles of Towels in bleached damask, with knotted fringes and tinted bordors, cream damask 43 inches long, washed lluolt and Crop o Towels, worth 15 ana and K;;o. Will fill ordors for those for 12 1-2 conti eich. An aitsorted lot of towels in cream dam&uk. washed Huok and Crepe Towels, worth It and 20o. Will fill ordors for those for 15 cents each. Nine different stylts of Towels in cream damask, bloached German Huok, with knot ted fringes, bleached Iriuh Huok, ooiored damask and loom damask Towels, worth Ufa. Will fill orders for tho for 19 cents each. Twontr-eight different stylos of Towels in bl cached Irish and Herman Huckn, with plain and fancy borders, plain and knotted fringes, i lemm)d and hemstitched 1 Jaminsk Towels, in bleachod and creams, with knot ted frinuo and open work. Turkish l!ath Towels in brown, white and fancy; worth 2fo , .'Wo., and 40o., you can hayo your choice of this lot of 1LQXX) Towels for 29 centi each. Ton different styles of Towels In bleached German Damask, llleached Gorman Huok. Itirdseye and fancy wtaves and all knotted fringes; worth IS'Jo., 45c, and COo. Will fill orders for thoso for 33 cents each. Eightoendifferont styles of Towols ia ex tra fine German Damasks, with knotted fringes, tinted borders, hom&titohed Irish Huckn, very tine German birdiseye and fancy weuvos. Turkish in browns, whites and fjindoe; worth COc, 05a and 75o. Will fill or ordors for these for 50 cents each. HOLLER TOWELING. lG-inoh Bleached Crush, plain and striped. Will fill orders for these for 5 12 conti yard. 18 inch largo Plaid Qltm Towelings. liMnch Illoachod Twill Crash. 17-inch Fine Drown Twill Crash. 17- inch Bleachod Bamsley Crash. 20 V-inch Brown Roller Toweling, 18- inoh Bleached Roller Toweling. Worth V2 and 13 donts. Will till orders for thceo for 10 1-2 cents yard. One lot of colored border Cream Linen Sets, 2J yard cloth and Doyliea to match, worth $.1.50, for $2.75 tot. TABLE DAMASK. WUinch Cloaohed Damask. 57-inch colored border Cream Damauk. KUnch Scotch Turkpy-rod Damask. All worth 40 cents. Will fill ordors for thofo for 3 1 cents yard. f2 inch Bleached Damasks. UMnoh Cream Damasks. 58-inch Genuine Scotch Turkoy-rcd Damask. Worth C5 and 72 cents. Will fill ordors for these for 57 cents yard. CS-lnch fine Bleachod Damask and 08 inch heavy Irish Damask in a large line of patterns. Will rill orders for these for $ 1.00 yard. NAPKINS. One lot of bleached Damask Napkins, worth OOo. Will fill. ordors for those for 79 cents dozen. One lot of and? bleached Damask Napkins, worth $1.70 and $2.00. Will fill ordors for thono for $1.58 dozen. One lot of and J bleachod Damask Napkins, worth $3.00 and $:5.50. Will fill orders for these for $2.50 dozen. HANDKERCHIEFS. One CPBortod lot of seven different ouali tios and widtlis of Hemstitched Linen Hand kerchiefs some of them very sheer and dainty. Will fill orders for those for 25 cents. COTTON DIAPERS. 18-Inch Cotton Diapers 6To Piece 20-inoh Cotton Diapers To Piece 22-inch Cotton Diapers 75o Pieoe 24-inch Cotton Diapers 7'Jo I'iooo 24-lnch Cotton Diapers 88o Piece BED SPREADS, One lot of extra heavy Whito Bed Spreads. Will fill ordors for those for 85 cents. We again call your attention to our STAN DARD White Bed Spreads, which are made of 8-ply yarn, both warp and filling, and are warranted not weighted with any substances whatever. None are genu in unless bearing a Rod Ticket with Green Cross in Black and Gold. Standard A, size 11-4, price $1.00 Standard B, size 11-4, price $1.25 Standard D, size 11-4, price $1.50 Standard F, size 12-4, price $2.00 Please mention Tux Advocatk. Address Biillene, Moore, Emery & Co. KAII0AB CITY, IIO.