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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MAKCII 10, 189.3.
KANSAS CITY, ' KANSAS.
These Firms Do Business Because They Advertise.
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$125, $150, $oo.
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E, R, Callander
510 Mlntitviti Air.
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uiririrtruii in liiuj;
I G, W, BETTS, "
'Juslicc or (lie Peace,
t Ulh mill
I Mltini .tit 1 Alp.
I Vcrrormo 1 without
mil Itcitl If rmlimtrit
I olio tlotll .1 spc-delty
if B Steiuuliiiimlry
Tor the next Men
ilT I "111 Latin 'ry
I.aie Curtains .11 .1
apiece, 01 'Uc pot' p ilr
II. I . Ml I.P. I'rtip,
Mil A -lull' Mi..
1Cllll-:IM till. Klin l.
v ninn. Ave.
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ir - Marciipitn
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'PM114 'unli mil lilooil
Hurl' rr 011 the m iruet
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The Portsmouth Investment Go.lra;crcaGas
liixniK :u ; mni ay.!, riirniimutii mils. Pi$1 Liflht costs
ll.is a number of lm; unapa In nil Itlndt of tSJ r .. 1
vnc.mt unU Improvea proptrty. For a sam- n l-.C!b ilinn -J
pic. 1 4-room Iioubo, r,0 feet, nice shade, 1 rcnt ner hour,
block from car line, JOT, 1 8-room house, ru ( -l-'-- l"-'
I et of (jrotind, corner, car cloie. Sl.aw. 1 Wyandotle Gas Co.
Terms to Riilt. 1 lil. INilo. lliuttaniu
A book full of piieli bircalns. I
DO YOU WANT 1:1
made of absolutely pure materials, and guaranteed?
Then buv Lucas Pure Tinted Gloss Paint at
YOU WANT lz 1'npS 5Sd (
the largest, most beautiful and cheapest stock in the
city? 'Then call at MORTON'S.
YOU WANT l,t"p,pX;uuIS
Curtain Poles, Picture Pramcs, Books, Stationery, at
prices that will shame you for even thinking of carry
ing jour money across the river? Go to MOR
TON'S. VOf I WANIT To deal w.ith a firm that
goods, and who understand the art of Wall Paper
Decoration thoroughly? Then trade at
John C. Morton'
604 MINNESOTA AVENUE.
gr Aff rrtrr eeet eet.rercti
S The Journal office has been
S removed from the Chamber
H of Commerce to the first floor
H of the Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
You Ire Foolish
To sr nl 1" niin In fo o,r to Kanins
(' Ho and 1 i moiv fur Mill paper,
iind nut have as f,ood i --olntlon to rhooao
from at ou can Ilnd it lloinuth--. Honest
pr1 s an1 line quality of koo Is h i ula.s
l,c n h s motto, i n 1 -an ! n tlon Is nlas
Kuarantted. Ilnini th "lwijs kids In
jin i and (jualitj So. blin btlore pur
54G Minnosota Avo.
WIILF'S STEAM UAUNDRY.
1 oi the ml sit days aflor March
1st, I will hamuli r r.-ue t ui tains lit '.'5o
njilco, or 'Ma pir I'aw
H. R WULF, Prop.,
Iftli .mil 'tato tK., Kuiisaii I it), li.
I llUlttll ANM1UM.1.MI.M-.
"A Half Hour With ft Kleli Man" lll be
thi hubiei t of He. 11 U ijenliam's sermon
nt th LUitial C'lirlatlaii cluiri.li at 11 u. in.
At 7 li p. m. the topic will be "Thu Ileait
Pons of the-World
lu l'iM Ho.ud of St. Paul's Hpl'
oi il ihurtb, i.ill conduot services at
Woodnails hall, IMgerton lilace, iiot
Tuesday ocnlntr, Manh 1-. All .ire cor
dially imitcd. N .... , . .
"if, ala of Life" Mill be the subject ot
the address to bo slitiu by Ili-v. 1i.fi. pen.
liiin ut the V. M. C. A . Sunday afternoon
.t I o'clock. It"V penham U iblHirliiK
a series of four ftildrtsetg at the men's
jn "tliins ut the nssoolation rooms on bun
tlay attcrnoons. Sr lnl music ivlll be fur
ni tied for th o caslon by a iiu irtette
ompored of Mi 8 M Ilobbs. Miss Albright,
O J ltuillffc and r. II. ClirU
Hordon 1'ln.o church 1'uai.hinK at 11
a m und 7 SO p m, by I'aaior St John
Then will be an entertalniiifiit a the
fireuart An nun M. 1'. chinch null rldny
UcnniB The younu piople haiu had en.
ut ial drill and assUtanm In tlulr pripaia
tlons, nn 1 thi prowrainmc will be of more
"KiVlar Brlees will be condtictd to-day
by th" rf ctor nt St Paul's Cplscop il church.
Thf -rrinon on, "Why llplscopillins Keep
lent" will be repeaud this mornlnic, ow.
inir to tho luclem'nt weather last hunda.
The Hev Iild W Howard will conduct
bcv" thU nfternoon at 3 SO, in Hip riaf
lln bilildlnir on O.oifo ni'nue, in Armpur
dale. All Episcopalians aro re'iutoted to
The resulir monthly city teaehcrV in
Ftltula wa held nt the high fcchool build
inn y surlay mornlntf. The chalrmin was
hupi-rlntendent HnnKs, of tho city schools.
It was larsely attended and much Inter
est was tninlfPBtHl. The followln? pro
jnamni" was carrb'J out
Half quartette, by I.upkr Williams, C 11.
j'oiJin, t, U. J. HanKs and J W. Max-
i'i;imnn IClucatlon," lej by Superintend.
tut II u
pis ii-lon on the report of the "commit
tee ol t. ii." led by I" Calvin, A. J. ff ilty,
J, J Maxwvll and W, A, Morriston,
VoKil olo. by Mrs llruno Hobbs.
Ciues Ion box, conducted by Mh4 I.uey
Hi-nii-tt A , A ,
A ricufciiut burprhc,
Lrst I'rlday evening the members of tho
Gordon Place church, with many from the
neighboring churches, nurnberlni; about
100. pleasantly surprised Dr. fot. John, and
lils wife, the Itev, Ilufc-enla V. St. John,
with .1 donation party. The surprise was
t mnnluiit .mil flit illnlnf vntilau tt. era ln
loaded down with an abundance of good ,
' .jllOUla IV c liavu a iie;iaraio li-'Tv jiook
on Ment tl Arithmetic?" Answers Hen by
w. H. Itoonii. W. J. Wood. C J. Swcariii-
Rtn J J Lewis, Mrs. Anna Wilson, Ncl. I
lie Jlmt, Dora llcan, l.Izle Hncnlauu, HI
E. S. W. DROUGHT,
!ue-tiiir In lluiiis till I'lanlng Mill,
llti M., tor. OiUtninl Ave.,
Telephone III..-. HAlX'-vs I ir, KA.
WIIIDOWS, DOORS, MOLDINGS,
H'ltoM, nml 1IV.M) MAWlMl ami IrKXIMI
Wn unlet' 11 -.prrlilttl nf lillr tlllllilllll,
II inlc ( iiiiiiIi rs nml ( ml. e I Itturi .
WA1 RIRI") 'in-i'M-tiiniii'i
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, rn 11," or Dell
1 Icrm Milli Sunk
I'Ul Tillies ln-erinl
hoc lit 11 it iv peel We,
r.:i: mimiii .01 1 Air.
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'I Im Minrt Order
Bierythltu: clean nml
lif it. Homemade Pics.
ct. Open until I.'
o clod: 011.I1 tili'lit.
l ft- i sluvnd
full nml lniii't Hi"
" Vlll I'mreis" III
fnro pun h ilug
I'. V lUTI.bTT.
.'IS Mllinimilll Air,
lift Mlniii-eotii Vve.
Cmit cr, '1 ttttiitr, Cdtarrh,
I t 1 ma mill nil Uln Dls.
tail -t ntl fur Uimk.
I'ldipo 1111 nthm ilotirual.
Dr. D. M. BYE.
Coittblimtlnii Oil 11 r i',
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COHIEBTIOH OF TEN.
ni.MocKAis or this tity aki: i:vi
dkmia i)i:i:i' in Tin: amii:.
COULD MUSTER FEW DELEGATES
im: PAirm ijl i i:v iir.r.T ami in
noiisi; a in: ciiii..y 'iicKiir.
1 publican C.ntril Coiuiulttcn llnlils n
aiictiiii; unil Discuhis Aurtmia l'o-
Utl it M itl ru l'ullro llniril
.Vppoluts inril lMlrollflcu.
Amid tremendous enthusiasm tho ten del
egates at tho Damocratio clt convention
esterday decided to support tho no-called
Citizens.' ticket nominated Friday nllit.
Of all of tho many farce conventions which
thi Democrats hao held in this city for
tho past ten oars, the one jesterday
cappeil the climax. Out-ldo ot tho chair
man there wero only nhie deleijates on the
Hour by actual count. When tho Di mo
ciats adjourned thtlr conientlon one week
ao ytstcrdaj, the delesatLs, about 100 In
number, were Instructed to be buro and
return to the feubsequent convention. It
was the intention of the leaders after rop
Inif In fomo liepublican to make the race
lor major, to liae the Democrats meet
In com onion and cHe hla- s bis a send
oif as thty could. Hut the delegates did
not enthuto over tho nomination of the
cltlsuis' ticket," and were ery conspic
uous b their absence.
The eomemlon was billed to open
promptly at 2 o'clock. The ten dclegatis
and a. number of spectators went to Dun
lllUK'l. ojicia house, but the iloor.i were
tloed and they stood on the Mdcwalk fur
bevtral minutes wondering what to tlo.
Chairman J. A. Hale appeared and ap
pointed Andy 'uhmhi a committee of one
to lind a key to the place. It wai seemed
and the crowd went in, Judt-e Jenkins,
Johnri Hale and Nathan Creo held a con
jerenee behind the "scenes" for a few
minutes ana then the couieutlon was called
Chairman Hale icijuestcd all of the del
tKiues to take seats in the "pit,' and nine
walked lorward, It was a Join some crowd.
The spectators, numbered ubuiit twenty.
J.line Llllis a Seipr-i ris Mcietali, to
till tho place of the reBUlai-" ..jetui, uho
.as absent Atturne Jcnkliib Vias tin u
called upon and male a btatcinent ctnci ru
ing the woik of the lonlireiue counitl'u
Of the Deinocrita, populists and ' s04t.
Uiled Hepubliians" He s lid that tlii y
had nominated a tli ket and ealUd lf the
Mtlzens' ticket " Hi read the list of tim
Inceb on the ticket In leading it waj. L.
roiered that the name of r, S. Mfrsictlir
did not oppirir as nominee for city truai
urer, nor that of I U White for const I
ble in the beioud 1II-.11 let. Thuc men wne
jioniliiat.d, but absolutely refunil to run
on sucli a ticket. As a consequence th so
olhees are jet to fill.
Attorney Jenkins, after talking about the
"non-pmlsan" tiiket plactd In the i.ckl to
oppose the p.epubllcans, offered the fol
low inis resolutions:
"Whereas, An oiganlzatlon known as the
ritlzenb' party has placed u ticket In ihe
field for the different ollb es in this ciu.
to bo elected this spring-, and,
-nnireab, lie ueem It lor the lust Inter
ests of the people of the city to rilrun
from m iklnn other party nomination-, at
this lime and to have n union of all cli
Uens, without retrard to former party af
llllutlons, to rescue the eltj from nikrule
and sectir- a bettir udmliilstrailon of city
aifalro, therefore, '
"Jtesohed, That It Is the fense of ibis
consentlon that It Is Ineipedb nt for the
IMnocratlo party of this city to put can.
did nt s In nomination for the Virions of.
flees 10 be filled this sprint?, an 1 we litaril
ly adise tho electors of the (i 0 xoto
for the nominees of the Pltlicns parts "
'Ihete resolutions wero adopted by the
nine ilt let-alts and an adjouinment was
(ouiity llniril M(illu,
The county board held a mei tinj- jejter-
day. The matter of establishing a new
school district in the icinlt of Maywood
was broujrht up and It was die'd-d to havo
In April. The case was illed with thai
county bnard as an appeal from the tounty 1
I. n nS
v' kinds nf
I Imp II il rt
II1M11I4. ( undies.
superintendent' olllcc, Mr Sluscr re
fued la elnbllih n now district. Th"
county surijor wai Instructed to make n
fiirnj of the lands owned by the I'nlon
Pacinc nnj MIoun Pacific ltnllwny Com'
pinl's in which nulls have been liled by
tno.ountv lo collect tni( on.
The m liter ot rcmoMiiK the court of com.
inon p. is from lis nrcmnl qunMers to the
Nr-n ork Life ImllillnR was broucht lip,
and It will be ill!K-uSfd March 10 The re
ml nf the accountant nn the condition of
urfiirs In Justice Hlms court was receled
IIS M (HtK I imviii:ii.
lhn ltrltcf AMintitli.il MI1 lln (lut nf V-
Tho Katins City llollf Aoclallon jes
tcrdaj paid oft the force of men II has had
at woik clcinlnpt up the streets and nt the
came time dlnchnrcred them, 'I ho associa
tion Is neatly out ot funds, and It was
tliouttht nihlsnblo not to Incur any more
Indebtedness by contlnuiiiir the work.
All people now lioldlni claims npalnst the
association are mutated to present them
for pajmtlit at mice. The iinsoclntloti his
stiUlilenl money on hand lo pav oft nil Its
Indebtedness Mr, Huron will close up the
business nirnlrs of the iissoelntlon nt
wrek, after which time the Kansis
City llellef Association will pass out of existence.
Hull I. state transfers.
ileal eslnlo tinnsfers for the past week
furnished bj Thomson t Co , abstract
ers of title, Piiltiinbli bulldlliB, Kansas
CII. Ka Telephone 1311;
M Iloeko lo M Ariicw. lots 41 and K,
block 130, Nortlirup's part, fl.OW.
M. Mooro to C LoeJu, south halt of
lot 20. UrundMew addition, $I,'W.
It M liowlliiB tu U Si. llppert; lot ,
block "11," llammersloush'B first addition,
M MeGcelmi to H. It Rt. John; lot 1C3,
Mideohun ,t Adams' nddlllon, Ji,uO
Kaw- Vnlle Town hllo mid HrldRc Com
P my to M ouarlcn, lot 33, block HI, Ar
A J Paul to T J Urnilbtiri'i onn acre
In section 2V, township II, tniiKe !', W-
1. 1 Hewitt to I' It, llowltt, lot S, block
I, I.ovclaiH place, S",wi,
II P Hewitt lo It M. J Hewitt; land
In section i.3, towntlilp 11, rnmto Jl, SIOO
J A Swan to P. W Stucssie, lot 13. block
3, Smith A: Kcatlnc'n nddlllon, Jl.ioo.
U C HollliiKSworlli to M. Ilolllnctsworth;
lots jl and 3g, block i.'", Hell's third sub
dlllon, and land In section '.'7, township
II, lanne 'J,, JI.30O
A Iiirtcls to L Thompson; lot 18, block
4, Kill'n addition, $1.(K
II TlKho to L W Lokuii; lot 30, block
SO, Armourdnle, SI.W).
A Williams to T. Culf: land In section
21 township 11, rane-o '", $7"i0
It Maiislicld to M, Llod, lots Tl and 51,
block S, Anr.ourilnle, 51. 301).
A J Ncff to J Hilda, land In section 20,
tow nshlp 10, rntiKr 23, J3 'iJ
J llh'Ii to A J Ncfr. lots II nni! 13, block
10 Koekawaj, lot 23, block 71, Armourd-ile,
J A. Itogers to V J. I'.nno; lots 10 and
II. block -.', blmmons t McGeehan'11 addi
P C Whlto to Mnjors Investment Com
p mj , land In section 33, tow nshlp 10, ranee
J I SO.OOO
ltipml of tin. Accountant,
Accountant It II Tjler, who has been
implojcd by the count boaid to ko over
the accounts of the various olllcl il, es
tcidav lilt t! .1 n port showlni; the condition
of the titfaii-, in Justice Sims' court. The
11 port shows that theie havo been 2,7 cases
of criiniual 1 huiius lined In Hint court since
April 15, ISO Of tlnse, the costs III eights -one
cases wen P ild by the counts; In sev-ents-two,
bs Individuals; In forty cases no
wai rants wei, letunieil, and slts-four
cases were frittered around amonff other
The report si ites tint the foes ch.irped
v ero soinewhu sliom-. but that It seems
that the piic'dcnt had been followed
closelv The tinain 1 il condition of the of
fice Is Klven ns follows:
Amount of ties and costs certified to the
counts. $7I- bo amount allowed bs' the aud
itor and p ild lis counts. SJil Pi. amount due
Justice, ll'il", Constable Svvelisart has
charged, $s.J2 , amount allowed by aud
itor and p lid b counts JlSOTw, amount due
iiccordlnK to tlu examination, J4I-3,
amount oviidriwn, 5CS 23
The repuil ilso states that there seems
to bo a ti ndf n y to cover up the costs
where IndlvWuils piy tho costs In court,
and this, the a tountant says, makes mat
ti rs verv dtlllcult to check up when the
facts of tho ci" aro not fully recorded,
I rlil is I v. nine; t Itil,.
Mr and Mrs J 7; Mc'Padden enter
tained the Pi II 15 LvenlnB club delightfully
at the hainUonii home of J. II. fecrofrgs, on
Ann avenue. '1 he early put of the even
ins was bpent In a jnme-of hlRh five. The
beautiful prizes, nil handsome pieces of
hand-painted china, the work ot the host
ess, were carried oft bv Mrs, J V Hoot,
Mrs Hv-in Iliowne, ljr I P. ltoot and JudKe
Aldcii The Kutsts' prlzis wero awarded to
.Miss Cora Aldi 11 ind Di Parr, An elabor
ate luncheon was servid, after which tho
(paclous dancing li ill on the upper lloor
was thrown opt n ind tho part danced
until tho weo am ill hours. Those present
Mr and Mrs P W. Chapman, Judce and
Mrs 31. I AKlen, Mr. and Mrs C i: Ab
raham. Dr. and Mrs. J P. ltoot Dr. and
Mrs J. It. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. It 1 1.
Melllni?, Mr. and Mrs i:an Ilrowne, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Prowne. Miss Cora Al
den. Miss Illchardson Miss Hutchlners;
Messrs. Itusei, p.arr, Morrlt, Cores, mak
er and llichardson.
Ciiiiiniitte e .lit ctlnc;.
The Republican central committee held a
ineetln-j last nhjht in tho Portsmouth build
In?. A number of candidates were present
and made short speeches. Tho committee
appointed the tollowlnj? Republicans to
compose the executive committee.
Plrst ward. Alt Cirfrac, Second ward,
Robeit Canpbell, Third ward K l Sny
der und It (". elaik, Pou rth w inl, O T
Sivafe-e. Pifth waid, Robert Hspj ; fei-cth
ward, J O Wilmer
The question arose as to whether tho
candidates lor t Ity attorney, cits cleric and
city treasurer Miould be appointed by the
central committee or by supplementars
primal Irs 'Ihe muter was dlbcussed, and
It was decided not to take any action until
the public coul 1 be heard from. The com
mltteo adjourned, to meet Monday night.
Mr, llrniiKlit Urged to Hi sl-n.
Some of the friends of Major H S W.
D oui?ht are endeavoring to have him re
fuse ihe nomination lor mmor nn th Re
called citizens' ticket. They realize that
It means his political death if ha accepts
i ..ifi'it'i'nti'ii. - ui in ce-rinii 10 oe de
feated 1 ho m Oor, In reply to a question
put to him by a Journal reporter last oven
int', Indicated It was not beond the rani?o
of possibilities for him to set lefuso to
make the race. He said that ho would
leave for Texas this mornln?, and would
leturn Priday. Upon his return hu bald he
would make known his Intentions.
'1 rl it of MUil, me nior t'ntcs.
At the meetlni? of tho board of county
commissioners, yesterelas. an order was
made rt-qucstln;; the county attorney to
hereafter trs all lnlsdennanor cases In the
polue court Instead of tufore the Justices
of the peace. This action was taken In or
der Hi biive the counb tho costs of prose
cution. The stale law Hives the police
Judge the same Jurisdiction as It does a
Justice of the peace In theso cases, and
when a conviction Is mado tho prisoner
can serve his time out on the city roekpllo
instead of genius it out in tho county
11 Ull.lL.-ii -illltt. Settled,
The caso of Clabourn V. Smith ai?alnst
tho Metropolitan Htreet Railway COmpans.
1 suit for pergonal damaKes of t2J,Ou, was
compromlbi d In the c ourt of common pleas
yestt rday for JJOO. The e.aso of Hmlly Hook
uttalust tho Kama company far M.uoo was
settled for Too. The salt of Martha Lewis
iiBaliibt the same lor 1,9 nersonul dam
ukcs was cllsnilbied on the defendant pas
Ihk $100. minora Siroi.Bliis bottled bis suit
uKiiiust the s.inio enmpany tor JlOo The
plaintiff sued lor Jl,!wj for pcrbouul dani
ai;es. Hi 111 null el fur 'trial.
Tho biiprtmo rourt of tho state of Kan
sas sohtt l-as, In tho caso In ro Joseph
Smith, who mado application for a writ of
habeas impus to becuro his release from
uuebt under the vagrancy uct 011 account
of belli? cni-agcd In the lottery bublness,
remanded tho prisoner for trial In tho
common pleas court Smith was arrested
lust fall, und applied to thu supreme court
lor u writ or naucus corpus, wun tno re
sult fc'lven above
Hit by II tllt.lb.lll Hit,
Will Jackson while plaslnt? baseball with
a numbei of small boss at Third and New
Jersey avenue csterday afternoon, was ac
cidentally hit with a baseball bat. Ills
right forearm was bioken by the blow. He
was remove 1 to his home, at Second and
Water streets, where Di, I.uts was sum
moned, and s t the broken member.
Arrested oil bunplcloil,
Alfred Donnell was arp steel last nlffht
by Olilecr Morris, Ho I si spected of beliK?
the party who turned 1 1 a false lire alarm
Wednesday night from Tenth and Quia
1oulil Nut AiiiiniiM lhn Il,i,,,u
Tho county commissioners yesterday re
luse-i to -jjj'.u),- cjia ugnus 01 r reel uur-
11 er and uene Robinson, the colored mea
who were appointed ns deputy cllv nsess
ors by llnrry Darllnclon me board i?ave
no renson ireept that Ihe members said
they wanted to talk with Mr. DarllnRle-n
llrst, The bonds uw 'iifiied by irooil, re
siiotifilblt' parties. Th binds will bo either
approved or rejected at the next meetliiK.
Not In I'nllllcs.
An Item appeared In Ihe Journal sestcr
dm Inoriiliii? mntlni' Hut tho Itisurniice
Club, of this cits, b id ndeiptetl resolutions
fovoiliiK tho tel'ntloii or Charles Btatili as
lire chief Tor tho comlii? two sears. Tho
Inform itlon was fuiiilshed by Chief Ntnub
A inember of tho club stated jestcnlav
that no resolution of that kind was adopt
cd llo said that tho club would tako no
t'irt In politics whatever.
Polite lloird ppitlittiiteiits,
The board ot iiolln commissioners mel
In regular session list night and appoint
td the follow In ir patrolmen!
Joseph Addison, A S, Hehren, OeorKO
N011I1 and William la) lor. 'Ihe rei?natloni
of Patrolmen ocnr Meltb, Itobctt Me
l.iiiBhllti nnd L. D Itomllie were accepted.
Ihe new men will ko on ilutj this morn
Pnriiicr Injun il.
Andrew Ilnrper, a fanner, llvlnu ntar
cjultidaio, fell 110m a wniton )esleiduy
tuornluij while deliverins some pioduce
in this city, His right kneecap was dis
located and his nosu was broken. Ho was
taken to the olllcc ot Dr. I.utz, whero his
Injuiles were dressed He was later re
moved lo his home.
Untie rsli.v l.iti ii.liin,
The next course of lectures under tho
allspices of tho University Intension class
will bo delivered by Professor Teiiinllii, ot
Lawrence, In the basement of the Presby
terian church, beKlnillrii, next lutd.iy ev
ening, -March 19. The subject will be ' Psy
chology, the Science ot the Mind."
.111:1 nn poi, is Mi-.ui:r,r, v.w.
The Rev James O. Dougherty delivered
a lecture on "tlood CHUenshlp ' ot l.iw
lenco Thursday evenlm? and organized a
'tlood Cltl7cnshlp" L'ugue In that city.
A meeting of the board of directors of
the Odd I'ellows' .Mutual Henctlt Associa
tion was held In tils city j, ester-ay lifter
noon. l'red Punston will lecture Thursday even
lni? nt the l'irst Congregational church on
the "Vukon Countrs."
l'oor Commissioner S 11. Keller stated
Soslerday that the calls for old wero fast
diminishing and Hint there wero very few
eases of destitution In the clt)
Application was made sesteiday In the
probito court to have T. J. Turner, the
.Minnesota avenue laundryman, tried for
In-anlts. Ho will bo examined to-nv
Jerome Ulowers, a south of about 17
Soars, who lives In Rheriiew, nnd who
broke Into II, M. Hacon's drug storo and
stole a small amount of merchandise, was
found guilty In the district court sester
d.15 of burglars onl larceii). He was
tent back tu tho county Jail to await sen
tence. Call on George MrClrlland in his now
barber shop, at t12 Minnesota avcnUe,
An Informal musi ale wilt be given bs
pupils of Mr. Ildwnrl P Krelser Mundiy
afternoon nt 4 30 In his studio 400-110 Ports
mouth building. Ml s Alii e 13 Cores, so
prano, and Miss llcrtha Hlcanor Howard,
reader, will assist.
Morality Iodgo of the great International
auxlli irs of Division No 150, llrotherhood
of Locomotive llnglnecrs has elected tho
following olllcers foi the ensuing scat:
Mrs George Herron president, Mrs r-ld-ncy
feherrwood, vice prtsldent, .Mis R, Ad
dison, secretary: Mrs .1 i Simpson, treas
urer, Mrs. Oeorgo smith, ch iplaln: Mrs.
William Abrant, gul Mrs c Clark, sn
tlnil, Mrs, Sldnes Sherrwood, lnsuranco
agent, Mrs. li. T. ll-on, org.inlst
Piofessor Ilorman J Locke, principal ot
tho cl issical deinrtiiu nt of tho high school,
vesterdis received a c-rtlllc.itH fiom the
state boird of cdiu itinii of Topeka. This
Is the only slnte cerutnato held. In this cits.
Twenty-filo cents for one dozen of sour
plumes. Park (.alius, 520 Minnesota, live.
The liorso of IM I! iv, a farmer living
about ten miles v.est of this cits, was i-e-ilousls
Injuied vt-irnlas nt Sixth nnd
Armstrong avenue. The animal bee lino
filghtenod at the stre. t cars at Pifth
stieet and Atmstron,? avenue, and, bi cak
ing loose from Its instening, r in Into the
bank of the Cential school j.ard and se
verely Injured itsi If.
Robert Claughles sesterdns pleaded guilt j
In tho district court to tho charge of bell
ing liquor on one count, and ho will be
sentenced by Julge Alden when tho rest
of tho prisoners .110 sentenced.
Tho "Leader, ' tho new clothing coin
pans, livened up things on tho streets ses
terdas. It ha 1 ihe coloietl bnuss band out
nil das and 11 . rt of the ev cnlng, nnd
there was mu-1 in the nlr. Tho Leader
has Just opni 1 up, and It will no doubt
enjoy a laigu ti ulu.
City Supe rlut, ndiiit Hanks of tho city
schools vi -tMl iv received fiom Chan
cellor Snow, of the state unlveislts, tho
glades made I 1 those who took the exam
inntionlu million In this clt) recentlv
Ho lequests t h it thoso who look tho ex
amination t ill at the ofllco nf tho boaid
of education und get their grades.
VI KSONAL M'AVS
Mr Conrad Slegmalor left lost evening
for a visit to fi lends In Lexington, Mo,
J II. ORelUs, the well known druggist,
has an heir It Is a bouncing bo).
The Rev W G McClure. of Parkvllle,
Mo, Is tho guest of S. II Silver. He will
preach this morning at the Plrst Presbs
terlan church, corner of Seventh street
and Xebra-ka avenue.
Il i:. Rlvely is ill with the grip at his
homo on State avenue,
Mrs. Pannlo RIod has returned from a
trip to Chit ago.
1. W. Mi"s, 11, of Chicago, Is In thu city,
the gt-est ot 'rlonds.
Mr, William Shrelkeld, of Mineral Wells,
Tex, In In tun city visiting Miss Anna
Rlvels", of 1131 Armstrong avenue.
Mls "N'lna Pxtterron, of Lansing. Kns ,
Is the ruest of her bister, Mrs, William
llartholdt, ot 'H2 Armstrong avenue
Hon J, K. Cublilson left jestcrdftv for
rranklln, Pa, where his sister Is lying
Porn, to G W. Bishop, a boy.
Rev I -iv Id Howard, pastor of tho St,
Paul Hplscopal church, returned S'esterdre)
from Sallna Kns , where bo was attending
tho blck bed of lllshop Thomas.
Mr, Kclliy lie plies to tlni Manlfialo Issued
by tho Mrlktllg Ciio;)erbI'tillco
Tho manifesto of the Coopers' Union,
published In sesterdaj's Journal, regarding
the strike at tho Kelley Bros.' cooperage
plant, caused considerable comment among
the Itborlng people of this city jesterdaj.
Mr Kelley was seen and stated his fide
of tho trouble. He said that out of tho
four cooperage establishments located hero
two of them made tho sarno reduction In
wages as his company did The other com
panies which made tho reduction wero tho
Western Cooperage Company nnd Haulier
llios Mr. Ivelky further stated that a
committee from the Coopers' Union had
waited upon him, and that his company of.
fered to restore the old i-chedule of wages
pioiillng the strike would be declared
off Tho union demanded that the company
discharge all non-union workmen and em
ploy none but union men. This tho
company refusul to do,
A number of non-union men who are
now at work at the pi mt were met on the
street yesterday, while on their way to
dinner by a bod cf strikers and a lengthy
consultation was held. The non-union
men claim the strikers used threatening
language to them. and. as a result, a holy
of police has been stationed nt the plant
both noon and night to prevent nny pos.
ble trouble which might arise between tho
birlkers and iion-uuluu men.
.Mr, mid lir, Davis Putertalii,
Mr and .Mrs H. Davis entertained n
number of their friends Monday evening,
In honor of Mrs Davis' sister, Miss 1'mma
llnitman, of iteijileld, la. The evening was
sp nt In a pleasant manner until a late
hour when an elegant luncheon wai
se, ; d. Those present were: Jll-ses Res
ale Johnson, Girtrude Hepworth, Anna
Ntvwon, Hattte Mullen. Htta llurge and
llmma Hartman, Messrs. N. Pranklln,
George Allen, C. Atte-rbery, Albert Davis
and Mr, und Mrs John Mllllken.
Mr and Mrs, W, S. Duncan have re.
turned from a pleasant lst with friends
0, Jermler. of Weston, Mo Is In tho city.
the fuesl of hi two sons, Rudy and Jo
The boils ot Thomas Carroll was sent to
Pleasant Hill, Mo. yesterday fir bulla!
The South S'de Social Society will give
a masquerade ball at McLean & McAtia
ns's hall on the night of March 16.
1-. i.-. tinier, wno ror many sejra has
been connected with tho Held Bros, pack
lng house in this clt). has been promote 1
to the position f manager of the company s
uusnicba ui nan x runciscu, cja-. jig win
leave for the Pacific coast this morning,
where he will make his future home.
The case of Johu It. Conle, cjj.r,ei wlJ
violating Ihe state prohibitory law, was
tontlhuid In Justice Sims' court )csternny
for the llflh time. The itie was continued
until Tuctiln)', March 10, b) agreement of
the prosecuting nttorne) , .,
Mei-sra Prank Mor,Ila, Prederlek Smllh
and J. S. Harrow eiilerlnlned n party of
friends Mondav night In the parlors of the
Armoiiid.ale hotel Ihe cvenlnil was spent
In card-, music, darning and various
games of anuiement. Those present. were
Mis Dells Tefrs, "Miss lllanchc Gates,
Ml-c Hitttle and Mary lloydi Mr. H. P,
llrovvn, Mr. C C. l'letclir, Mr . T
Allkln, Mr. Charles Dovetier und .Mr. I, II.
lieptibllrins Until 11 I munition nml hnllil
null! n stntlig til) Ilrki-I
l'rliniirles Hi Id,
The Republican convention held last night
nl Nokes' hall to place In nomination a
ticket for the election to bo held In this city
on April '.' was a Veil grallf)lng nssembl),
and the ticket named Is composed ot men
who will be an honor lo tho Intelligence
of the convention.
The following Is the ticket nominated
bv the convention:
Por ma) or, C. J. Trevor; police Judge, J.
A. Westmoreland; city treasurer, J, H, Wis.
ctiskle, treasurer board of education. Dr.
C. L llii'Ko; Justices of the pence, J. 1'.
Trovvbrlige and J. II, 111) the; con
stables, H. Wake and W. Craig;
e-ounclliiien, l'irst wanl, O. P, Ulalch
1) ; Second ward, John Parker; Third
ward, S. S swift; fourth ward, C, T.
Prlsble; members of th" board of oil it a
tlon, Plrst ward, G. W. Guile); Second
ward, G. V. Ponder; Third wan', long
term, IJ. P. Klthcart: short teiiii, David
Newman; 1'ourth ward, Jese Sorrels.
The citizens' primaries were hold yestcr
da) evening, and resulted In the electing of
the entire delegation selected by tho cen
tral committee, and the nomination of the
following ward candid ites:
Plist word Councilman, C S I.vans;
number board of education, J. T. Dliitm.
Second wnrd Councilman, W. A. Drol
llnger, member board of education, J. H.
Third ward Councilman, W, T. lllacker;
member board of education, David ix'cw
lnnn. 1'ourth warl Coiincllmin, William Reed;
member board of education, W. P. Laphani,
Plro broke out In tho boarding house of
Mrs Hllz.abetli lsh, at the corner of Ruby
avenue and Valley street, shortly before'
11 o'clock yesterday morning. It resulted In
e'amaglng the building considerably. The
loss is estimated at $"00
A special train earning olllclnls of tho
Santa Po arrived In Argentine Prid i) even
ing and remained until sesterday morning.
Thty are on n tour of Inspection. 1 hoo
who composed the partv are: Supetln
tendent C. T McLellah, -Master Mechanic
O. W. Smith, General Roadm ester R .1.
Parker, Headmasters T. S C.afferts. Mor
tises and Leatheibeirv , Water Service .Su
perintendent H J. McDonald, Superintend
ent of Hrldges and Uulldlngs 1". W. Sascr.
The) are all of Topeka,
J. V Hurley nnd family hnvo moved out
on n. farm In Johnson county, K.as , near
SI Davis, of Payne's addition, Is quite 111
Tr.alnmastei 11. A. Tlee, of the Santa Pe,
was In tho clt) sesterdns on business con.
nee ted with the compaii)
R W Cummlngs his moved lo Northern
Missouri, wheie he will engage In fnun
ln .Mis, w. II Miller, ot Minneapolis, Minn.,
is the guest of C. W. Drewcr und family,
of Pranklln heights.
11 Hakey has gone to Htnporla, Kas., to
Mis G A. Taslor and children and Mrs.
1 1, Ainsworth returned yesterdns morn
ing from a visit with Irlends and relatives
at Mount Morris, 111.
"Temperance" will be the subject for
tllseu'-slon at the Christian Hndeivor meet
ing nt the Congregational church this ev
ening Miss Tlllio Caubarrus will lead tho
Louis Voelt7tl returned last night fiom
a visit with relatives In New York cits.
J " bmlth is visiting friends and rela
tives in Topeka.
Mrs V. .Nokes, of Holt. Mo , is the guest
of her parents, G II. Simmons and wife.
A 1 Igbt IV III Hi, llueln Upon P. 1 dates,
M Iiu Is 11 (' 1111II1I ilc for Neinilimtlipu
rrldas night ft committee of Democrats
from the rirt ward called up U, p. Gates
for tha purpose ot persuading him to al
low tho use of his name as candidate for
councilman In the PJr-t ward Mr. Gates
was not becking the otllce, but will make
the, race. This Is not to the liking of oth
er Democrats In tho ward and an uttompt
villi bo made to sldctia.-k .Mr Gates at the
billot primaries next euncsda) Council
man O Urlcn Is a candidate in the Second
ward Dr. Wood will make tho :aco again
In tho Third w ird. In tin, Pourin w.ud
the honois will bo divided between Mr.
1. .. Ro0ers and .Mr. J. A. Truman.
(Iiureh s,criiccH rti-ibi).
Rev. Noithcutt. the evangelist who has
.,l',r'U.c(?I'4uc""' tllu re-Hal meetings at
the Christian church during tho pjjt week,
will preach morning und evening at tho
C hi lstlan church to-das Morning subject,
'ihe Oltlenhlp," eicning, "Thu Mission
of tho True Man "
Rev;. Prank Mitchell, of Pulton, Mo,
who has been engaged recently In evangel
istic work, will conduct the t-ervlces this
morning and evening at the Westminster
Pi abyteriuu chuich
Rev. Prlne, of the Deltware Street M. 3:.
church, will preach his last sermon to
day, before attending tho annual confer
cneo at West Plains, .Mo, Tho morning
subject w ill be "Ihe Principal Thing in
Life.' In the ovenlng the regular smite
will tako place. Rev. Prino was tho recip
ient of a very complimentary resolution
from the olllcers of the church, which ho
will take with him to the conference Ho
vull likely be returned to Independence.
Rev. Piper, ot the Cumborlan 1 Prcsbj
terlan church, will take for his subject
this moinlng "Tho Divine Providence." In
the ceiling "The Divine ownership" will
bo chosen for his subject. The meeting of
the )oung people will take place at 0.30
At the Plrst Presbyterian church Rev, A,
D. Madeira will preach both morning and
Notice Is hereby given that primary mass
meetings will be held bs the Republican,
votirs in each ward of the city of Inde
pendence, Mo on Mondas evening, March
11, lsW, at 7 o'clock p m , for tho purpose of
selecting delegates to the city convention,
The number ot delegates apportioned to
each ward and the place for holding said
mass meetings aro as follows' l'irst ward,
nine delegates, meeting at city hall; Sec
ond ward, ten delegates, meeting nt Per
ry's slab!; Third ward, ten delegates,
meeting at Chris Yetters shop; Poiirth
ward, ten delegates, meeting to be held at
Ulankenshlp's Fhop Said city convention
to bo held at tho lower room of the court
house on .March 11 P-D3. at 8 o'clock p m
for tho purpose of nominating one coun
cilman from each ward above named, and
selecting one committeeman each from
By Order of City Central Committee.
... .C.A CARROLL, Chairman.
G W. COAULHY, Secretary.
A I'liUin llniril.
The 1 idles of the mission boards of nil
the evangelical c)iurches In the clt) held
a meeting Priday last In tho parlors of tho
Cumberland Presbyterian church. It was
determined to organize a union board,
whlth it was thought would provo a ptlmu
lus to the work of missionary societies,
Oiganlzatlon was effected by tho el ctlon
of Mrs, W T Mcf'luio to the presldencs.
Mrs G. P. Gates vice president. Mrs T G
lllikox becrclary and Miss Mollle IIiiL-hns
treasurer. The organUatlon will meet
quarterly and compare methods of mission
Judge Dobson will conene the March
term of the circuit court In this cits to.
morrow Tho betting of tho docket Is as
follows: Monday, cases from No. 1 to and
Including N" 4 403; Tuesdiy, No, 4 100 to
No 4,Ci7; Wednt silas, tettllng pleudinirs
In return caes, Thurselas-, No. 4,l.ri to end
of docket. The Jury docket will bo taken
up on March 18.
Must Move Limp Posts.
Oniclals who do business In the county
court house complained to the county tourt
jtstcrdiiy that the gas lamp posts located
In front of each entrance to the court
house, vard were nothing mora or less th.m
hitching posts and sciveel only to block tho
was. Tho court at once passed on order
authorizing the sheriff to notify the gas
company to remove the posts at once,
llio Old Hock Will Do.
Judgo Smith, of (he county court, who
was delegated to as- erlaln the cost of
pui'ins7 lit i"- c-tui in ino c-ourc nousc
Hccple, made a repoit yesleida). The old
(lock Is to remain where It now is without
change. The silary of the clock winder
was too high, he thought, and ho ree m
mended that the work of winding the clock
be one of the duties of the lanltor. r.ie-ri,
-la 5.i. clock U wou4 try il ttuui
lakes five minutes to do the Job. An) body
can do the work, he snld, and oxpci Icnce
was not iiecesjirj imee. n )eir the clock
needed rchnullng. Which was a slight ex
pense, JJUrrllrl ill-till
Harry Hcniitcr. di-puty circuit clerk, will
spend Sunday nt Marshall, Mo. ,., , ,
Tho funeral of Moses Sampson will take
place this afternoon nt 2 o'clock, from his
late residence, on the east side of the
square, , ,
A J. Hunschtip arrived home )esterdav
from a trip to New ork and other Lasttrn
The infant son of Mr, nnd Mrs. M. Casey,
ot Little lllue. dltd Priday night. The fun
eral took place )istcrday nfienioon from
the Catholic rliurch ... .....
Mrs. Coleman, of Illinois; Mrs. Hawkins,
or Sprlnglkld, and Mrs. Day. of llolden,
Mo , are the guests of the fnmllv of G. A.
Lemtnon, on smith I.lbertv street.
.William Hrlskey will lead the ouni- Pen
pie's meeting to-night nt the llnptlst
church, . .....
Prank II. Hearne will spend to-day tit
Miami, Mo, visiting friends mid acquaint
ances. . , ,
Mrs. Clnpllne, Mrs C. It. Thomas nltd
Mrs, T. N. smith will entertain the Mon
day Night Club to-morrow evening at the
residence of Mrs. Smith, on North Dela
ware stieet. , . . ,
Marriage licenses wern Issued sesterday
lo T. W. Parrent and Miss nlla Lu Mveijs,
W. M. Schwartz, and Miss Irene M Davis,
Tho funeral ot Mrs. mizabeth H. Dim
can took plate vesterdny morning at Oak
Grove. Tin- deceased was tho mother ot
Mrs. John Capelle, ot this city. , ,
Deputy M.ushal Thomas llerson Is vis
iting friends In Chatham, Canada. Miss
Nellie llerson. ft sister, Is attending the
Usurllne nendemy nt Hint place.
Miss St.aley, oi Warsaw, Mo, who has
been the guest ot 11. II, Pendleton, left for
Imr home -dcrd.iv. ,
The .Married Ladles' Club will be enter
tained Tuesday afternoon next by Mrs. W.
S. Dickey, nt her home, on South Main
Mrs.' II. C. Phelps, of Argentine, Kas., Is
tho guest of thu family of II. T, Phelps,
The J? a. Mott mercantile building, on the
south side ot the square. 0110 of the; largest
buildings in the city, was )cstcrdnv (-old
by Assignee J. 15, Paxlon to J. W. Mercer
for 15,000. . .
liver since the Incarceration of William
Plsher on the charge of theft many miss
ing articles traced to him nre turning up.
Yesterday Constable Noland found a mir
ror, comb nnd brush which were stolen by
Plshor from the lodge rooms of the I. O.
COLONEL COIT SUSTAINED.
Commission nf Inquiry Approves Ills Ac
tion nt Washington Court llmisi In
ilorsicl I15 tliuiirnor McKlnlep.
Columbus, 0, March 9 Tho Ohio Na
tional guard mllltaty commission appointed
by Governor McKlnlcy to Inquire Into the
Shooting of certain citizens nt Washing
ton Court House by Ohio troops under com
mand of Colonel Alonzo U. Colt while de
fending a colored prisoner from being
l)nched, sustains Colt. Governor McKln
lev has indorsed the report, nnd sa)s:
"rhi' crime, which was the pretext for the
unlawful assemblage and the riotous con
duct which followed, was levoltlng In the
extreme nnd merited, as It received, the
condemnation of law, the court and all
good cltlens. Tho crime, horilble as It
was, was, however, no Justification for tho
acts of lawlessness and violence which
weio permitted b) thoo who In passion
sought to add to one crime still another,
and whose plain duty, as citizens, was to
preserve, not to break Uie peace of the
The governor then outlines the affair at
Washington Court House October 17, In
which the prisoner wab being taken from
the Jail to the court room to enter 11 plea
ot gulltv. when the mob Interfered. Having
reached tho court loom with their prls
onet and then having been sentenced to
twenty seirs, the full extent of the law,
the olllcers of the countv and tue mllltars
remained th"re, beselged by the mob, un
til the shooting followed, oil account of an
attempt of the mob to break Into the build
ing 'The unlawful assemblage," sas the
governcr, "neither heeded the warnings of
the olllcers, noi of tho citizens, which were
"Under this grave provocation," contin
ues the governor, "Colonel Colt and his
command behaved with rare prudence and
'The law," sass the governor, "was up
held, as It should have been, and, as I be
lieve, alwnss will be In Ohio, but in Hils
case, at fearful cost
"Lynching," sas's the governor, "cannot
bo tolerateel In Ohio Tho lnw of the stato
must be supiome over nil and the agents
of the law, acting within tho law, must
be sustained "
The indorsement closed with a strong
testimonial to the prudence and Judgment
of Colonel Colt and his men.
LAWGIVERS GO HOME.
Tho Territorial Legislature Plnlsbcs Its
I, ibors After Mvts Di)s
Guthrie, O. T, March 0 (Special) The
lee Islature adjourned sine die at 3 o clock
this morning, having been in session about
sixty dn)s, and passed about 123 bills, only
one of which was vetoed by the governor.
A number of Important bills were passed.
After mldnlttht the civil rights bill, which
ins been twlco sidetracked, was brought
up ana passeu wun an amendment provid
ing benarato schools for white and colored
children. A bill redisricting the territory
into legislative districts, passeu, aoout
three-fourths of the districts being Repub
lican. All of the bills legulatlng lnsuranco
companies, one cutting telegraph rates, and
' ne prohibiting free range of cattle In tho
territory, failed to pass.
It was lmno-sslhlo to come to any agree
ment on the bills for a statehood conven
tion next summer, and they were aban
doned. Before adjourning, both houses
passed resolutions of thanks to the leport
ers and correspondents, and presented them
with tho chairs they occupied during the
The assembly as a whole has done good
woik, and tho laws passed aro In the main
rrood ones, notably the reoenl of all usury
jaws, providing for the lloatlng debts of
couniies, cuies aim scnooi aisincis; cut
ting down the fees and salaries of public
olllc-lals; revision of revenue and election
laws, cutting down grand Juries nnd re
ducing court oxpeiibes, abolishing Imprison
ment for dt lit: piovldlng lor landlords'
Hens, protection of tho wares of labor
ing men and women, and amending tho
PARKHURST AND SAM JONES.
'1 hey W 111 hoem lleglu u Vigorous Cam-
pilgu AgiimUSln In tho City
nf si, I.ouli.
St. Louis, Mo., March 9, Rev, Dr. Park
hurst, of Now York, Is coming to St. Louis
for the purpose, It Is announced, of engag
lng In tho vi ork of Sunday reform, In con
Junction with Sum Jones and tho local
The Sabbath Association has decided up
on a lino of action. Sam Jones has been
appealed to lo li nd hla moral support dur
ing the rest of his stas. and Dr. l'.ukhurst
has consented to come In a ten dass and
deliver a series ot lectures to aid the work.
Attoincss have been letalned to prose
cute all violators of tho stutuios and or
dinances, and the plans aro complete for
an uctlva campaign against sin,
Oftendnr3 will bo tiled under a section of
the Revised Statutes, which provides that
any perron exposing for sale any goods or
ll'iuors on Sunday bhall bo lined.
LAWRHNCi: W OSII1X IN 11 VllNllST.
The Proptmo tn Dei hniiio Muiilclpil Hoimei
Cleaning rlhU Spring.
Lawrence, Kas., March 5. (Special ) The
women of Lawrence held a mass meeting
this afternoon and reorganized tho Worn
an's Municipal Improvement League of
Lawrence. Thero were a number of talks
made on the needs of municipal reform and
a permanent organization was formed for
the purpose of accomplishing tho desired
end. Tho following olllcers weio elected;
President, Mis. 1. R. Brooks; vice presl
denU. Mrs. J. G. Haukell, Mrs, H. L. Ray
mond, Mrs. J, N. Roberts: secretaiy, Mrs.
C. V. lister)), treasurer. Mrs. George limes.
This Is tho second organization of the kind
w ithln a week to take a hand In the spring
election, that occurs next month.
An l.ltttrliiil llrldge.
Cleveland, O, March 9. A bridge which
Is being built lo span tho Cuayahoga river
at Columbus Street, In this city, will be
unlike an) thing ot tho kind ever con
structed In this countr). Tho bridge Is to
be operated by electricity and compressed
ulr. It will havo a double swing, thu halves
meeting at a common center and locking.
The span will be 115 feet long. The ma
terial will bo steel throughout, and the
electric current, which will operate tho
d)nainos, will bo obtained from btreet rail
The new brldga will swing In twenty-five
seconds. The safety gate, signals, drops
and all auxiliary machinery will be operat
ed by compressed air from the brldgo
house, while the brldgo uroiier will be pr
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NEWS FROM LEAYEN WORTH,
AN UM'Mr.U.t.Y III.AIY OTI5 CAST AT
llll- Itl.l'llltt.lCAN PJMMARII-.S.
,tiililion Claims In Have Carried Ilia
Wiinls rhti Women 1 eilr .turnrs Pe-
Iccled fnr Hip April Term ot
Republican primaries were held in this
city last evening for the purpose of elect
ing delcgntes lo meet Monday at tho
rourt house to nominate a city ticket Tho
polls were open from 1 to S p. m. In order
lo enable the women lo vote. The voto
was unusually heavy and much Interest
was manifested, there being as many as
four tickets In some of the wards.
Tho Johnson and unlnstruclcd tickets re
ceived the heaviest support. Johnson's
friends claim they havo carried five wards
out of tho six, while the lenders ot the tin
Instructed delegates also claim to be Mo
Geoigo 11. MeGlll came Into the r.aca
quite late, but received 11 Rood vote In his
Tha Ritual SulTrnqe Association declared
In favor of MtOlli for ma)or, and Hm
members werp Indignant when they weio
unable to obtain McGIII tickets In tho dif
ferent wards In the city.
'Ihcro wero no disturbances during tho
, The various labor organizations wero out
In full force for Johnson,
p. K. Bruce had an anU-Johnson ticket
of his on n In the Third ward.
There weio live different Uckets out In
the Sixth nnrl.
Dr. Moatcs was very active at tho pri
nt tries In thu Interest of Johnson.
The unlnstructed delegates are supposed
to favor the renomlnatlon of Ma) or Dods
worth. The business men, ns usual, took no In
terest Hi the primaries.
The colored voters were very sollcltlous
tint Ihe Johnson delegates should ba
Yesterda)'s primaries were a decided vic
tory for tho various labor organizations of
John W. Spralles has consented to run
for mnsoron the Democratic UckeU
M)ron R, Tlcrgon Is the manufacturer of
tho llnest main esses and pillows on tho
market. They are called Cellulose and aro
guaranteed never to pack nnd become hard
or lumpy. Address 215 Shawnco street,
Tho following Jurors wore drawn from tho
J111 v wheel for the April term of tho dis
H.iston A. J. Anderson.
Delaware S. R. Dickey, James Gaw and
Reno Otto Ltickan and S Bow den.
Clt) George Burrows, August Arlaud,
C. l'arren, Pred Smith. Carl A. Oercken,
Paul Holtnnn, AV. L. Miller, Pat McCr)s
tal, R, Youst, Pat King, August Rcnz,
Thomas McNally, Barney Cunningham,
Prank Gallagher, George Phillips, Arthur
Simmons, Henry Prnzler, J. C. Ketcheson,
John Miiduka and George J. Plclsh.
Tong.inoxle C. C. Brown, H. II, Keck,
J. G, Casebli r and A. .1. Alenxander.
Klckapoo W. C. Cornforth.
Sherman Dive JtcConnell.
Stranger Thomas Robertson and Will
High Pnlrlo J. B. Mulllns.
Pali mount W. C. AA'Ilson.
The county board met at tho court houso
yesterday nnd awarded the painting of tho
court house nnd county Jail to Ke.an &
Jenkins for 5339. The work will begin Mon
day. Judges Crozler nnd Douglass alternately
acted as Judge pro tern of the district court
)esterday. Ihe cases disposed of were:
In the paitltlon suit of Pred Phlfer
ng.alnst Josephine Combs, the court ap
pointed N. 11. AVood, John W, Crancer and
M I Hacker commissioners.
Cornelius J. Bosvvell and Hugh Rowan
The case of Joe Clark against C. J. Smith
A motion for a new trial in tho suit of
the Mercantile Company against John Mc
llnle was sustained.
Poieclosuro was ordered In the suit of
Annlo Harris against Mary J. Jacques et
a. The cout-t appointed S. R. Shepherd
Governor Morrill's appointment ot Ben
ton Brown ns state mine inspector gives
general satisfaction. He is a practical
miner nnd in hearts sympathy with tho
craft, and by them was warmly indorsed.
Misses Nellie nnd Allle Marshall, w ho hav n
been for many s ears past operating a dress
making shop In the Larimer block, will
move to Kansas City this week.
Mr. Blown, pioprletor ot tho Chicago
shoe store, will close his business here
April 1 and seek another location.
An nged veteran reported at police head
quarters )esterday that lie had been robbed
of $S0 and a deposit check for $50. He
claims his assailant Is a member of tho
Judgo Aller passed a $" sentence upon a
number of "vags" )esterdiy, which means
In Ilngllsh ten days on the rock pile.
Dr. W. R. A'an Tuyle continues to Im
prove, The registration goes slowly on There
were 2,300 registered yesterday. Rveryono
should register at once, as the books will
close In a few dass.
You should send sour time pieces to
Bartlott's for repairs, Mcsel's drug store,
corner riflh and Cherokee.
JAPANESE OCCUPY K0KAN.
They Take l'osKpsrtlnn AVltbciiit Opposition
mid The Ir Armies Uulto at
Yokohama, March 9 The latest news re
cell od here from tho front Is that the Jap
anese havo occupied Kokan without oppo
sition Ylen Kow, the New Chnang set
tlement, was captured by tho l'irst divis
ion of tho second army. Tho coast foi ts
about New Chwang nre still holding out
Tho llrbt and second Japanese armies 1 f
fected a Junction at Ylen Kow.
The Chinese army commanded bv Gen
eral Sung has retired to Thlen Chiiang
It Is otllclally nnnounced that tho safety
of the foreigners at Ylen Kow has been
guaranteed by the Japanese, vho are In
quiring Into the personal Injuries they havo
sustained. The foreign settlement Is guard
ed by Japanese troops, the British and
American warships, the Plro Brand and
I'etrel respectively, leaving their protec
tion In the h inds of the Japanese.
GREAT REVOLUTION IN GAS,
'Unit Illumliiant AMU Hi, Furnished to New
Yorkers fur 7 Cents 1'e-r l.lllio Feet,
New York, March 9 Announcement Is
mado of a remaikablo discovery of a means
of producing Illuminating gas at a cost
which may provo to be not more than 7
cents a thousand feet for tho samo amount
ot light ns Is furnished by u thousand feet
of oidlnary gas at $1,23. Tactorles aro al
ready completed, nnd the gas in ly bo of
fered for Rcnernl use within 11 short time
It Is now used In a. house lu this city, mid
lias been found In overs way practicable,
Tho now illuinliiant Is neetsleiie, tho low
est e,as In tho series of h)dro.carbons,
which aro the foundation of organic chem
Ibtry, and enter Into the composition of
many of the most remnrkablo products uf
coal tar and petroleum It Is known to
chemists ns C2 1IJ, and Is practically pure
blM'Ii: OUT, IMtl'KClOK.
Governor Morrill Name ex-Senator Kelley
for the 1'litie.
Topeka, Kas., March 9. (Special ) Gov
ernor Morrill to-day appointed cx-Stato
Senator M. C. Kelley, of Coffey county, ns
stato oil Inspector. Senator Kelley occu
pled tho same position during Governor
Inelluiis Call on Secretary Smith.
AVashlngton, March 9 Two delegations
of visiting Indians baw Secretary Smith
to-day ami told him their story. They
wero Osages and Oloes, Tho latter an
nounced that tbev dlil not un,i, n ... ,,
uny of their land und expressed their ills
approval of the proposition In tho Indian
appropriation bill providing for the sale
of a portion of their lands upon which to
locate the low as. Secretary Smith as
sured them that he would not ask the In
dlans to bell a foot of land that (hey
wished to retain. He advised them tn
havo this land divided amoiis themselvc.
rather thun held as a tribe. """'-"-ives
Au liiiportuiit Dee-Uluii,
llfioliliirrlnfi l(h 1 A rl .! .
.,u..iHiii, .u,cii -uuciior Reevo.
of tho treasury deprtment. In an opinion
l enclcred to-day. holds that a cocktail made
of American whisky, foreign gin. or Bin.
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,.,.-, , "'lu.-e-iuieu - article
within the meaning of section 9 of Ho
....... w. .v., ...... w, .ueiciore, entltlcil
to be manufactured In a bonded warel ouVo
for export without tho payment of duty.
I liiuora for K iimaa.
Shipped daily In secure packages by
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