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"All governments derive thel r J ust powers from the consent of the governed." "All men are created free and Equal." fHJS OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THTC PEOPLE'S PARTY OP RENO COUNTY, HUTCHINSON, KENO COUNTY, KASSAS, THURSDAY, NOVKMHEU 28, 10(1. VOL. 12. NO. 12. rase z t A PITTANCE. louuty Hlonay tor Naval Vlolorloi Allow! Admiral tohlsy Almost Nothing, SAMPSON'S BIG SHARE Tht Division Reported From Washington Al low! 8ampson Mora Than Twloo at Muoh at Dawey. Washington, I). C, Nov. 27.-To Admiral Dewey, $11,570 ; to Hoar Ad miral Sampson, $25,417; to Hear Ad miral Schley, $21(1. Those aro the amounts of bounty nioncyglven Ad miral Dewey for his vlctoryjit Manila ; to Sampson, commander-in-chief at lilt) ijuluu n otuititiM", niiu Aviit Admiral Schley, who was In command of the second division of tho 'fleet In the tight against Ccrvoru. Theso llg urcs Illustrate one point in the impor tance of the contention that Hear Admiral Schley was tho actual commander-! n-chlef at the battlo of San tiago. Tho proportion of bounty money Is settled by tho revised stat utes, The eommander-ln-chlcf re ceives ono-twcntlcth of tho whole amount of tho bounty, and tho com mander of a division, such as Schley, vAitnlvna rmlv tmn.flft Mh nnrf, fif Mm amount awarded to tho'vessels com posing his division, Admiral Dewey was In solo command und tho bounty aggregated abut u $180,000. Had the Spanish squadron at Manilla been a superior force, ho would have received twice as much as In tho latter case. divorcTtoOavid. Carry Nation's Husband Outs a Dlvoroa-The Property Divided. Medicine Lodge, Kans. Nov. 27. David Nation, husband of the cele brated Carrie, was grunted a divorce last night. Carrlo was given the line brick home, David retains their other houso worth $1,000.00. Each ro tains tho personal property they now have. Mr. Nation Is reported to be well satlslled. A DRUNK AND BOOTLEGGER. Both An Fined by Judge Kedsall In Potloa Court This Morning. Tho trlul of L. If. Sandford who was arrested for drunkenness last Sun day, camo up In polleo court this muring beforo Judgo Hiidsiill. The prisoner plead guilty to drunkenness and was tlued $11.00 and costs which were duly paid Sandford claims lie bought his liquor from Uoo. Crofort who was promptly arrested by Mar shall Nlckolson and brought Into po lleo court this morning. Judgo Had; sail fined Crofort $100.00 and costs for bootlegging. Crofort gave $200.00 bind und hos nprculcd his ciif o to th district court. Dismissed For Nogleot of Duly. Albany, N. Y. Nov. 27-Thos. Dia mond, New York polleo captain, was found guilty of wilful neglect In fall ing to perform his duty toward sup pressing tho disorderly houses. Ho was given a tine of $1000.00 this morning. Appraises MoXInley't Estate. Canton, Ohio. Nov. 27 The ap praisers of tho McKlnley estate have ttxed tho widows ullownce at $11000.00 unnully pending final settlement of tho estate Her own income is about $0000.00. HURRELL LAW IS UriCONSTITIONAL Supreme Court Deoldet II Takes Proporty Without Due Prooess ol law Topeka, Nov.27 Tho Kansas su premo court this afternoon decided tho llurrel anti-Joint law unconsti tutional as it deprived citizens of property without duo process of law. m rs. m'MilTaTTdead. Wit ol Ed. MoKlllan Clod Hera This Morn Inf. . Mrs. Lothtt McMillan, wlfoofKd, McMillan of tho Santa Foyadrs, and, daughter of Mr.aud Mrs. John W. Ilartnuin of this city, died at her! home at No. 1,1 West Fifth, nt ten o'clock this morning of congestion of t lio bowels. Tho death Is a part IcTT larly sad one us the deceased and Mr. McMillan had been married only about 11 vo weeks, and death coming so soon has ended what promised to be a most happy life. Mr. McMil lan and tho relatives of the deceased will havo . tho sympathy ' of many friends who Join in their sorrow. " No funeral arrangements have been made us yet. POLICEMAN PAINTED. Bob Slaylon Had a Coat of Paint Applied Yesterday, Policeman Rob Slaylon was pass ing tho Flint National Hank yester day afternoon, and had a bucket of paint Rpllled on him by ono of the workmen who aro painting t lie bank. This is gross carelessness on the part of tho painter and calls for a settle ment, as Mr. Slayton has been put to considerable expense In tho matter. Llvengoods ore closing'oiiC flie'lr en lire stock at Jobbers prices. Subscribe for Tbe Call. 1 & THANKSGIVING NU Provide your own Turkey, but allow us to do the dressing. The well-dressed man on this, the Nation's Thanksgiving Day, al ways possesses a feeling of satisfaction that the careless dresser does not have. A Little Dressing With the proper kind of clothes will not be an expensive task ii the clothes are bought here. A new Suit or Overcoat can be had for $8.50, $10, $12.50, $15 and $18. , Pass it Around Pass it around and let it be known that there is not a store in Hutchinson that can excel us in our .display of Clothing, Hats, Furnishings and Shoes. Will You Have Some . of the splendid bargains we are offering. No better time to make clothing investments than now, Splendid Side Dishes and very appropriate for this weather, and our lines of warm Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves. You can't do better than to come here. . For Dessert and to trim up your outfit, we have elegant Neckwear-full of life and snap-just right for Thanksgiving. We extend you a Thanksgiving invitation to come in. Unole Bon laments. Deer Jim: I am' feclln huwrlblo! blu. It almost seems us If there wus ' no place fur me, that 1 am out Jlnt In tills wtirld. You no I till t-' mated tu yu in ono of ml other let ers that I wus shupln' mlself up to run fur malr nex spring, Well, I tawked It over with tho boys an tha tho't 1 wiisa In sliupu un I ttio't when I looked In tho glass I shurely wu. In shape, everybody seemed to think when then looked me over frum bot tom tu top, that I wu. In shape. An even Mrs. lien when wo went nwa frum horn tor stu uwl nlto an broke down tho foaxes bed, sed 1 wuz In shulp tu phlll tho niitlrs chare, 1 bed pletorod It owt how nice It wild be ter hav a olllco doun toun an hav box tiv cegars on tjio table span a side bord contulnln somthln a little stou ter than soft drinks tu trectml frends when tlmeawled. An sumtlmes, Jim Ide laf rlto out when I Imuglnd I saw Jlnts riinln wldo open on each corner, plmrmors In tho da time an work men murchants an clerks at nlto put roni.en them an goln out bo.y on tho si root, An then hav' tho fellows drest In blu, poleese that I bed ap pluted lu run them In an then have tho poloeso jedgo phi no 'em an thus create a phund fur tho betterment ov our silly. Hut Jim, lam afrado it wu, awl dreemln', an tho reallzln wil never be miii' fur us I uiiderstan u tin duly paper will suiie apear, plegcd In Uicbi'gliiln tu support theenfours ment uv awl laws. Tho nu paper Is tu bo named tho Evenln Call. Yes, Jim an they will becallln on tho best citizens ov the cltty tu help enfoarso tho prohiblbeshun laws, an nex' spring tha wil bo cull In on the men tu awl come out an vote for candy dalts pjeged tu suport tho laws. An not only the men but lhalo call on tho wlinmln. An Mrs. Hen wil hav' a call, an will lied a proccsion uv pottycotos on lockshun da an tlui will uwl vout agin mean I lim ufradc Mrs. lien will hev a call to shot off ml rashuiis an try tho bred an water plan on mo a, she did lust year, so that, I wll be foarced lu hev a call to vote a agin meself. Now Jim what um 1 tu du? Must I go t u ulter defect an not Illness? Is ther no wa tor git out? or relher git In the niiiirs chare? Can't we du siimthiii tu chunk of this Call? II we doant evry lady wll be read In It fur it only cawsls leu cents a weak dellverd. Do sunithln if yu can Jim an I wll ever be ynr Unklo Hen. A Narrow Escape. J. W. .Wood and son Fred arrived homo from Galena yest rainy to spend Thanksgiving. Fred hud a closo call in the mines last Saturday and had not timely assistance been rendered he would probably have been killed while stooping over to pick upuham nior, the tail of Ills Jumper caughton a large lly wheel and ho was carried once completely around the wheel Workmen near by ran to his assist ance and with dllllcully took him from the wheel, almost stripping his cloth ing from his back in so doing. THE FAMOUS GREGG LEWIS, Mgr. B. COHEN, Prop. Hutchinson, Kansas. County attorney Cur Taylor, reel ved a telegram late yesterday afterenoon frum E. McKelver of Topeka, saying that Judge Hook had refused lo Inter fere in behalf of Smiley, the secrc tary of tho grain trust who was brought here to testify, and refused on the ground that he might Inerlin inale himself. The dispatch stated however, that 1 lie court refusd to in lerfere until I he Stale courts were exhausted. Tiuiulil7;shave-bei,n made of farm crs coming to Hoffman's mill at En terprise concerning I ho mailer of feeding wheat to stock. "Of a num her reporting last week, ''the Abilene llellector says: "two will feed fioo bushels each, t wo -UK) bushels each, two .'too bushels each, one KKl bushels, one ,r(l bushels. (), L, Thlsler will feed 2,'sKl bushels. Practically none for this Is for faltening.belug used to carry stock througgh the winter." William T. Steal lecturing In Lon don yesterday, said he thanked God that Germany and Europe were bold enough to call baby murder crime. "Compared with England's conduct, lie exclaimed, "Herod's slaaughter of the innocent wassalut-llke. Great llrltaln ought to be beaten in this unjust war. In the American wai we cninln.ved redskins, Just as W( have leesed Kalllrs against the liners, and thank God, we were beaten.'' Strike Situation Unchanged. . nusburg. 1'a. Xov.'27-The slrlk lug swllclnnen received some' addi tions lo their ranks this morning, but gcnaerlly speaking the situation seems to favor the railroads. Infants all wool whlta Blanket, per Pair 9300 November US, 1001, SPECIAL Lap Hub, doublH pluh,$5.00 value t 93.00 l Our Blanket Store Properly Termed it is a Blanket Store Thoro aro thousands of pulrs of Blankets, comprising every grado from cheap cotton to finest California woolens. Then comes the fancy Blankets an UREortmctit not equalled In llio Hcti and lastly tlio Comfort Block hero you'll find tho most sanitary lid cov erlngs manufactured No mailer what your desiro my bo, you tun tmlbfy It by pureliatlng from this stock. Blankets Thistle, 10-qr. Sizo, welghB 2i IbB, full size, UHik gray ,3Qq pp 11-qr. Blankets, extra hei.vy, large size, a good weight for f.1,00 Rroy, tan orwblto.our price 75q 10-qr Cray Blanket, mixed wool and cotton, wtlyht 4 lbs $2.00 pr 10-qr All Wool Blankets, ( warranted, ) gray or while, weight 4 lbs $3.00 pr 10-qr Galatea Blankets nil wool extra One and toft, Cali fornia wool, Bteum shrunk, gray, tan or white $4 OOpr Comforts Crib Comforts. "Ize 80x00 39c each Full Size Comforts; 5072, butli siunu l'uucy OHiico. wuol II il- ed 75c each Silkaline Comforts, (one o'l'e muuy, iiiivu won piaiu rea nuuco, white cotton Illicit, rxiiM k"' value for price ... $1.C0 each Home Made Comforts, st.a 70x7;, fane) mlknline lined, plalu ooiore, uuea witu wtitte cotton $1.50 each Home Mado Comforts, ai7e 72x78, riHtlui. light colors, lined plain colors lavender. Debt blue pink, green f to., UIM I1m ant wmie cotton 52 OOeach New Silk Robes Heavy silk robes, something entirely now, oriental stripes, ground work of bountiful ahades of rose, pinlf, groen and blue, in nmplo sixes for bath or lounging robes, Prlco each . . $3,50 JSllft P. MARTIN DRY GOODS CO. ONLY ON E FIIIt B OAWII uOIISK lM Irlutchinson, - - Ivan. trelglit paut on all 5, Ot) mailorders within 100 Miles. Catalog free Wc Sialic farm iom At LOWEST RATES with payments TO SUIT Borrower. Moore & Chtistman. Thll Ad inual be PrmrnU'rt rronr)clbl IndiiccmrDt . I ThlN Al. imiNt ha Frfnrnlpd liirmir N,fcilil ImtiirriiiPiil 1 1 FREE! 2 FILLINGS 2 FREE! Owing to the large number of people we were unable to wait upon the punt few weeks, we have decided to extend tho time on the low prices until Decem ber 10, 11)01. Also Rive one 2ro bottle of Tooth Powder FllEK to anyone bavins over (3,00 worth of work done at tbe Worster Dental Parlors Offices now Located at No. 11 N. Main St. Foeltzer Blk. ' Lamest Dental Concern located In Hutchinson, and the only ofllce which Is connected with illlces In other cities, Therefore we buy ma terial In larger quantities, I'nj Cash and receive greater discounts than any of our competitors and can afford to do BIltlCTIA 111UU UKADE WORK at our prices. Uewnre of Professional Jealously, or Fictitiously named olllces to misleaJ tbe public And don't be Ilumbuged by dentists wbo claim lodo Painless Dental Work We have boimtit the exclusive right for our methods, which are known to be safe and reliable and the best the o "iintry affords. Our nmwm. it Is admitted bv Doctors and Dentists to be the best, easiest and safest B metnou ever discovered. Why take chances with others? Worster's ofllces locates for Y E VHS. not months, and If your work don't prove right, call at any of our ofllces and have It attended to FREE. We are Here to Stay. DR. WORSTER, The General Manager, Has been a resident of Kan ses over 20 jears, and is now personally over-seeing work at the Hutchinson ofllce which has been cstablcshed 3 Years. Special Cut Pricos Fillings 25c up Set of Teeth ...$4.00 up Gold Alloy Oiinmn nmko, 75c Lnst imiKi'r Hum (tnlil, Teeth Extracted ..25c up Aluminum Plates -$18.00 Crown and Bridge work per tooth $3.00 up 1 Worster's Dental Parlor Hutchinson Office, Foeltzer Block, No. 11 N. Main.