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THE KANSAS CTTY JOURNAL, STJNDAY, APRIL M, 1895."
WE WILL ASTONISH YOU
WITH PRICES THIS WEEK.
D066ETT DRY GOODS 60.
tTTF.Il MAT SAINTS' CONMINTION AT I
INDRIKMILNCIC AT AN KM1.
While lha Voice of the President W
Silenced on Tito Ocrnolon, lie ll
Meld In llcepenerntlon by
Atl of the business of the conorst con
fercnce of the Latter Day Saints church nt
Independence was concluded prior to tha
adjournment Inst eventnir, nnd tha session
will be formally adjourned this evcnlnir
iiflcr the usual exercises. Many of the
delegates anil members are to leave for
homo this morning, some left jesterday
and the remainder will go to-morrow.
The cession was not as Important as
ronio others have been, but still there hm
suillclcnt business to make the Ralherlntf
Intercstlwr. Thero have been durlne tlio
conference but two questions up for action
that precipitated any particular nmount of
debate, and while m itters waxed pretty
warm durlne the HIkMs of oratory and the
thunders of eloquence, there was left not
the slightest apparent traie of bltternes
on the part ot the vanquished. One of
tho two questions referred to was the ef
fort to force biennial eeslons of the con
ference, and the other was the clnsh l'rl
day between president Smith nnd the con
ference over some laws of tho church re
Kirdlni; the administration Of the sacra
ment. In each of these combats the wishes
of the president were overruled by the con
ference, and yet there Is no more popular
man In the body than Jccph Smith, the
head of the church. The members of the
conference who dlrtercd with him In mat
ters of doctrine did so In an earnest man
ner and he accepted their direction In the
ote- with th most gracious compliance and
Yesterday In the bulnes 'Cilons there
was no reference whatever to the clash of
rrldaj". but In the mornlni? testimony
meeting there were many references to the
matter, nnd some Inspired prophecies con
cerning It were made public. The effort
was to secure the reconsideration ot the
matter by the body and make the change
ro as to respect the Interpretation of the
law as made by tho president.
In the testimony meeting jeMcrdny the
poltlon of 1'resldent Smith In ITld.iy's
controversy was supported by his aged
mint. Mrs, Caroline Salsbury. who, trem
bling with age and Infirmity, 1-aned on her
chnlr and with tremulous voice pleaded
with touching appeal to the Saints to sup
port the president, for he was truly the
inesengcr of nod. She was a witness of
the Clospe in the llrt, she ald, and of tho
truth of the claim ot Joeph to the presi
dency ond the rightful prerogatives of the
position. Continuing. Ehe said that It Id ay
night an angel came to her, told her the
church had done wrong, and that unle
the church shall follow the prophet in nil
things the Iord would certain y send Ills
avenging angel nnd punish Ills undutlful
and disobedient people.
.lames Whitehead, the first private ec
rctarv of Joseph Smith, the first, who s
now 83 years of age. arose to speak. He Is
weak and Infirm, but his whole being was
aroued and his frame quivered with the
emotion he felt as he referred to the tem
pest of Trldiy. when the twelve disagreed
with the teachings of the pres dent, lie
fpoUc of the treachery of certain parties
ot the time .Toseph Smith was assassinated
and, as ft climax, he said:
"I knew the traitors then, and I know
Continuing, lie "poke of the action ot the
church and made a sharp attack on Its
notion In denying the absolute power of the
prophet, on of the seer. Iln subscribed to
the belief that the president had divine
authority In tho matters in question, and
""Time will show von that only the prophet
.,ni. ,. ll, Tpnnl (tod Is vour law
giver and rour Interpreter, nnd the anger
of a just God will certainly follow the ac
tion taKcn Dy in- cnuiun iy"--'" ' -.;
was the work of Satan, who Is doing nil
tn his power to bring a ruction and sorrow
Into our midst." , , ,
Tho audience was laboring under nn In
tense strain when the aged sneaker fin
ished his dramatic effort. Many were
weeping, and as the echoes of his voice
filed away the silence was oppressive and
was for a few moments, broken onlv tiy
smothered sobs. Then a sister from low a.
aroe and, in nn unknown tongue, de
livered a prophecy which he did not trans
late. She was very mvich excited and ac
companied her utterances with many wild
As she took her seat Elder It M. Mo
loney, of Oklahoma, nrosn end for n few
minutes referrc-d to the battle of Friday
and Btnted that th prophecy in the un
known tongue meant that a warning was
given by God that If tho church departed
from the leadership of the prophet ruin
would certainly follow. Speaking for him
self, ho was willing to say that: "Call It
what you pleae on- man power, popery
or what you llke.lf .Toeph Smith Is not tho
only man whose Interpretation of the law
Is to be followed, then the b."i!s of our
religion Is knocked Into a cocked hat
Joseph Smith Is the true prophet, and I
hereby warn the church in the name of the
Ixird that the action of th- church in not
following his command will bring sorrow
in n, great measure to tho church '
61'ter Ifarrinston then followed with a
prophecy declaring that Joseph Smith was
the true npostle of God to the people of
tho church and wnrnlnsr them nhout
doubting him nnd declaring that tho church
must recede from its notion or dire af
flictions would certainly come upon tho
Mm Marr Urowster, of West Virginia,
who has been for years an acknowl
edged prophetess of great renown, deliv
ered a prophecy at the morning praer
service. She said:
"I say unto thee. Oh, ye my people.
This morning do I send a meage to you.
Your hearts are pot right. Yo live not
In the holy way. Yea e are not in my
work with your heart and soul. I say
unto you come up higher In my work
1 deslro you to bo more faithful and more
humble. Yea. as tho dust of the earth
shall )o become humble. Ye shall llvo
closer to mo durinif the coming years.
If yo so live I eny unto you that great
blessings shall come to you nnd e shall
do a marvelous work. And I shall come
nnd bless y more than joti can now con
ceive Ye shall hear tho voice of my
hosen prophet, for I havo placed hlrn In
that position to lead nnd guide sou "Yea,
even os a Moes shall he lead you untothn
Zlon, that your work shall go aheml, nnd
I will honor you. Yea. I say unto you,
tie not the hands ot those who labor In
my causo for such ls not right, and I say
unto you, ye shnll be svercly punished
unless j do follow my chosen prophet,
Jocph Smith," ...
Just as Mrs Brewster completed the
prophecy, she burst forth Into song, using
the unknown tongue that sometimes Is
vised In the church meetings, rinlshlng
the song, ehe gave the interpretation, of It
as follow :
"Ilejolce, all my people nnd be content,
for I am the Ixrd thv God. nnd will give
you My strength. I will bo with you to the
end of your days. Ilejolce and be glad.
or tne any or jour redemption is men.
Followlng this song another prophecy
was delivered by Mrs. Griffith, wife ot
Apostle GritlUh of the twelve, In which
sne tsaiev vnw iajiu nnuiu uicui ibvv? um
misunderstanding nnd differences of the
church If thu body would coma In a spirit
of humility. ...,.. .. . ,
The utterances of the lady attracted
attention. The prophecy was accepted as
an Indorsement of tho position of the pres.
ident In the controversy with the twelve,
while licr husband, who Is one of the
twelve, wns on the opposite side of the
question whn the controversy came up
A remarkable experience was related by
Klder Robert Klgln, one of th leading
workers of the church. Itecently. while
standing In the pulpit of the church at
I.amonl. ho was given a wonderful vision.
The walls of the church seemed to at ont
disappear, the congregation faded out ot
Hlght. und there uppeared before him a
beautiful vision of peace, Thero was muslo
by an angel choir, and a bound as of a
mighty chorus was heard slnt-lng the
praises of God. looking again, no saw a
treat multitude. It then dawned upon him
that he was being given a view of the
great resurrection. Looking In the center
of tho figure he taw a face he knew. It
was that of rather James Whitehead, who
had been a cripple through life, but In
the fields where he was seen he was cured
of his ainiclton nnd was leaping, thoutlng
and praising Uod. ...
During the vision the spirit of God came
upon the elder at the time, and told him to
tell the people about the vision, that it
might strengthen the people In their faith
in the teachings of the chuicn and belief
cf the final resurrection.
During the afternoon business session ot
tho conference, the report ot the committee
on archaeology was presented by lllder l
M. Sheehy, of Iloston. This Is a very In
teresting committee in the church, inas
much as the work Is carried forward for
the sola purpose of gathering collateral
archaeological evidence supporting the
teachings ot the Hook of Mormon, relative
to the ancient people who once Inhabited
this land. The church clings to the teach
ings of Nephlte history, and Is, gathering
all the evidence possible. It is claimed
that there are many strong proofs being
secured, and tho reports of the committee
each year are watched with much inter
est. Accompanying the report of the com
mittee was a copy of a letter from Protes
tor F, W. Futnaia, of the 1'eabody Museum
I Easter- iSflsSt MuTjgRice , 5lgg,y
This Ulster Mornlns our creellnfr Is
to those who me sad because sick and
Buffering. At this Jovftil season thero
should be, yea there IS hope and health
ahead for joti.
If you know your troubles nre due to
Impure blood, such ns scrofula, silt
rheum, c.ttnirh, rheumatism, etc., why
not believe the testimony of thousands
whoso word Is lis good as your own?
Follow their example, tako Ilood'a Sar
bnparllla nnd bo well.
If you nre weak, tiled, nervous, Irrlt
nble. dyspeptic, let us tell you these
troubles nre Just ns surely due to weak,
thin, debilitated blood, nnd Just ns sure
ly cured by taking Hood's S.irsaparllla
and making the blood pure, as the
others. You never saw a person weak
nnd nervous whose blood was pure, rich,
full of ltallty. Teed your nerves on
puio blood. This Is your key to health.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is tho best blood
purifier ever produced. Tako It this
It is' remarkable what firm friends
Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently
in the Public Eye, and is
The Best Spring Medicine
of Archaeology and nthnology, relating to
llndlng of articles of metal. Implements and
ornaments In mounds in Ohio, where the
prehlstorio people lived. He had found
thousands of these ornaments, had seen
nuggets ot gold, and small plates of hnm
mertd metal. There has never been evi
dence found that the people then had a
knowledge of smelting and reducing ores.
These points are Important, as corrobora
tlvo of the teachings of the IJook of Mor
mon on that point.
Referring to the question of the genuine
ness of the "Davenport tablet," the com
mittee reported that the legal evidences in
favor of the genuineness of the tablet were
mnny and indisputable.
Witnesses of acctpted Integrity, It was
claimed, lud statemtnts of the tablet be
ing found In th.- mound n-ar Davenport,
la. Professor l'utnam, ot th- 1'eabody
museum, of Harvard college, had made a
close examination ot tho claim of the tab
lets and pronounced tho evidence conclu
sive and complete.
The claims of Dr. Le Tlengeon as to tho
dlscoveiy of Mava hleroKljphics on tho
ruins of Chlchen-Itn, In Yucatan, and his
claim as to the translation ot tho Code
Trouno, were Indorsed. It was stated that
no other work was moro strong in support
of tho teachings of Nephlte history. No
explorer was so well qualified to pass on
prehlstorio Yucntnn as tho scientist re
ferred to. Ho will print some works on the
subject (luring the jear. and It was sug
gested that tho work along the lino be
continued by somo committee to bo chosen
by tho chinch nt the conference.
Tho conference chose ns tho commltteo
to take churgo of tho collcgo to bo locntd
nt I.amonl tho following gentlemen: Dr.
J. II. Hansen, W. W. Iil.itr. D. T. Lambert.
11. A. Hlakeslee, A. II. Smith. Jcreph
Smith, II L. Kellcy. of the church, and I.
1'. Kelloy nnd John It. Smith, outsiders.
It Is proposed to get the college well estab
lished during tho coming year.
It was, by action of tho conferjiice, de
cided to elect no man to any position In
tho church hereafter who used tobacco In
'a proposition to put tho laws of tithing
into practice was made nnd flvfeated.
The proposition to movo the Saints' Her
ald from Lamonl, Ia to Independence,
Mo., was again called from the table for
action. Tha conference was In a hurry to
get through, however, and laid It back
again very promptly. ,.,, . .r
A motion was made by Elder F. M.
Sheehy, of Boston, to present each of tho
reporters with n copy of the IJook of Mor
mon as a token of appreciation of tho
fnlthful reports published In the dully pa
pers. Thu ronferenco promptly adopted
the suggestion, despite tho statement of
Llder Short, who said reporters were richly
paid, able to buy their own books, and tho
church ought to put tho books where they
would do some good. It was all red tupe.
'' AotoTo "sustain the various officers and
quorums of the chuich was adopted. 'Ihls
Is an Indorsement of their policy and con
fidence for tho future.
Hlder M. II. Forescutt. n. M. Elvln and
J M. Gunsnlly were chosen as an auditing
committee for the coming ear.
Closing tho session, President Smith ex
pressed his thanks for the fair reports pub
lished of tho conference and the courtesies
shown him. He thanked the oillcers and
membeis. und pronounced the benediction
with a trembling voice.
To-day at It o'clock W. Y. Ulalr will
preach at the Stone church, and at 7.3Q
President Smith will deliver the closing
berniou of the conference.
This morning at 11 o'clock President
Smith will dedicate the chapel nt M21 Wa
bash avenue, this city. Bishop Kelley will
mike tho opening prayer.
Last evening tho fcermon was preached
by Elder F. M. Sheehy. of Boston, He Is
oiio of tho strongest workers In the eastern
part ot tho country. .Miss njllo James
tang the solo, "The Celestial City," at the
nob" Taylor, the famous Tennessee gov;
ernor, who "fiddled his way to congress."
Is to be at the Auditorium next Thursday
evening. He has traveled through tha
South and East, giving his lecture, "Tho
riddle und the How," with great success.
In fact, everyone who has ever heard him U
loud In his pulse. He Is well known In po
litical circles as the governor who stumped
tho state with his brother one on one slda
of the political fence, the other on the
other, ihey went to the same town the
same day; stayed at the bame hotel: slept
in the same bed; but spoke during the day
on different sides of the question. Govern
or Taylor's appearance In Kansas City will
be welcomed by all who have ever listened
to his amusing lecture. Seats for sale, at
Cady & Olmstead's and at tho Junction
Forest Hill Is the new modern lawn ceme.
ten" contains 3J0 acres. Has established
a fund for perpetual maintenance. Has
built at great cost tho finest public receiv
ing vault In the West, of Phoenix granite,
with eighty catacombs. For transporta
tion and all Information, communicate with
Oeorge Law, secretary. New York Life
building. Telephone 1771.
The Journal. '
Tea cents a ve
4 ""4 '"""'"-J- fj-TT-1
TIood'9 Sarsaparllla ronkes when It Is
fairly nnd honestly tried. It Is not ad
vertising which has placed It "on top"
nt a reliable blood purifier, but Its own
Hood's Suis.tparllla Is known by the
cure It has made. This is why It Ins
tho largest sale and why It requires for
Its production the largest Laboratory In
Now, renders, If you need a good med
icine, why not give Hood's S.irsapnrllla
a fair trial? You have friends whom It
has helped, and wo believe It will also do
The following letter concisely Illus
trates our point. It Is from an Intelli
gent and extensive Massachusetts farm
er, who Is proud to tell what Hood's
Sarsaparllla has done for his daughter,
whose portrait appeals nbovev
"Hlco Fnrm, Sudbury, Mns . Jan, 10, '05.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Ivowell, Mass.
"Gentlemen: I am not a believer In
so-called 'patent medicines,' nnd have
alwajs opposed their introduction In my
STAFF OFFICERS APPOINTED.
General Shelby, Conn mder of tlio United
Confederate Veteran Division of MIs-
Hourf, Imucs nil Address,
United States Marshal Joseph O. Shelby,
who wius n brave Confederate general dur
ing the war, jesterday assumed eommand
of the United Confederate Veteran division
of Mi'sourl, and appointed his st iff olllcera
nnd general otllcers of the division. Ho
bus issuid the following address to the
cx-Confeeleratcs of Missouri: .
At tho request of General John It. Gor
don and the solicit Ulon or m.uu comrades,
I assume the eommind of United Confed
erate Veteran division of Missouri.
The llrst article of the constitution de
clares the object and purpose of this or
ganization will bo"otrictly toclal. literary,
historical and benevolent; to cher
ish the ties of friendship that should exist
among the men who have shared common
dangers, common suffeilng and privations;
to care for tho disabled and exert a help
ing hand to the needy: to protect the
widow and orphan and to make ana pre
serve the record of the tervlces ot every
member and ns far ns possible ot thoso
of our comrades who have preceded us In
The last article provides that neither dis
cussion of political or religious subjects,
nor nny political action shall be permitted
in the organization ,
In conclusion let the country know that
our inclination nnd desire ns well as duly
demands at our hind whenever we find
the Union vet ran In distress or need of .aid
to extend to him tlio s.amo relief that we
would tender to one who may become a
member of this, organization
To perfect the orginUntlon I hereby an
nounce from these headquartus the fol
lowing officers, appointed on my start and
th general officers ot the division:
Colonel adjutant general nnd chief of
stair, II. A. Nevvnun. lliintsvllle.
Inspector general, Jerro Cravens, Spring
field. Mo. , .
Colonel chief quartermaster, Frank L.
Pitts, Paris. .,.,,
Colonel chief commissary, John N. How
ard, St Louis. ...
Colonel Judge odvoc.ato general, Henry
M. Withers, Kansas City. . .
Colonel surgeon general. Dr. McFheeters,
.Major assistant surgeons, Dr. J. Tt. Sncll,
Kansas City; Dr. A. V. Small. Sedalln,
Brigadier general (Eastern district),
Jniues B tnnerm.in,bt. Louis.
Brigadier general (Western district), Eli
jah Gates. St. Joseph. ... ,
Tho following aids, with the rank of
lieutenant colonel, um hereby announced:
II, M. IJlecfsoe, ..ass county ; jonn l. e;nsii,
tio is for 'the rpurpose'of' forming camps or
i,"r;i5form5ttaj that m.y be deSred
..!. l Mn Atl (uvmmnnlii l.
must bo addressed to the adjutant gvneral.
uy oruer ot w e -jui,wii.
Major General Commander United Confed
II. A. NEWMAN,
Adjutant General and Chief of Staff,
)on't put on enemy in your mouth to
al our teeth. Avoid deleterious denti-
cesllelyon .W.ODONT. Nothing c en
purer or moro certain to prevent the
teeth from becoming diseased. After each
brushing they glitter like pearls, and tha
gums grow rosy reu.
line Small Building Destroyed und a Young
Fire caused by a gasoline , .tov. destroyed
MK. SffctW-ijSi $&:
adjoining buildings. Joseph SSahner re
ceived severe burns about the arms and
chest when the explosion occurred. His in.
Juries are not considered serious, however.
He was In the act of lighting the stove
when tho explosion took place. The build
ing at ISO wi j;asi inw street wub uaui
nir uni.niiinn(T .Mirrit iiiifuui iitr. .jili'ii'.iiii
SSQTo e,!f TO A-.tW'-SSi and nboK..S 'J-33t.io,Y'ffi.Ba 'Keg-ail TO
r?,'Nla'rSio,,r,coun,,,y,I Tf'p- Catron' ?ulu ' knocKed Jo'tlfof ,?.? dovlfand
Howell county- J UPlaitei berg &$". hini his left hand In striking them. .When
SSSi&&ffil hSJiineaU'T,th1.;idl SiMK
"ilcVdmurters arc Thereby established nt to the workhouse for tw enty da j a "Pin
..l 1. - 1 ., 1 fnBcn., u Iw.lill l'i d bJ1! Miri V A. 1 1 1 1 If II L U U I 1IUI1I1. -lir" ITIIIUI IVCIi
ii k iiiiit-i iirursm oni.-ubi n v.l ivi"
aged to the extent of about $100. It was the Kansas City, Osceola i Southern rail,
oecupled by Mrs. Carl Stremmcl and son. way depot nt Second and Wsanuotte yes
The building at No. iOO East Ninth street . terday arternoon, a story was cliculated
was damaged only to a nominal extent. about that u eorpse had been found in a
Charged With Burglary.
D. Anderson and William Smith, who
have been held at the Central police sta.
tlon for a couple of days as auspicious
characters, were entered on the criminal
register jesterday on a charge of burglar
izing Mrs. H. Buiestar's home at No. WO
Fnrat avenue. Tho men were identified by
tne gas in ncr room tney k-jicu aura n
window. Both men were committed to tho
county Jail by Justice Joyce to await a
preliminary bearing next Friday.
family until a year ngo.when my daugh
ter was piesented nt Christmas by her
grandmother with n bottlo of Hood's
Karnaparlll.1, She had
II jc.trs ago, with one of the worst
enses of eczema you enn Imagine. She
would be so bid every spring Hint un
der her arms, knees and behind her
ears would tippc.tr eruptions which re
sembled running sores. They weie very
uncomfortable nnd painful, to say noth
ing of looks. Numerous phjslelans did
their best but did not give her nny re
lief. She took three bottles of Hood's
S.irsapntllln. nnd I can truthfully say
she seems to have
Tor which we are nil very grateful. 1
fieely give- this testimonial without so
licitation, believing It Is jour honest due.
You are at liberty to make such use of
this ns vou see fit In the Interest ot
other sufteret3." 11 W RICK.
X, 1), If you decide to take Hood's do
not bo Induced to buy any other.
GONE AFTER WILD BEASTS.
,1. II. Cajlorcl, tlio Anhiml Driller, on An
other Trip Arumid tho World,
For the twentieth time Mr. J. 13. Gay
lord goes on a ttlp around the wot Id. He
was In Kansas; city jeaterdny visiting
his nephew, Mr. Hal Gajlord, und an
nounced Hint he would start for India
next week with tho largest older ever
given for wild animals. The Itlngling
Bros, made tho order and entered Into
a contract vvherebj they shall have llrst
choice of any of the animals brought
back by Mr. Cajlord. In addition to the
ltlngllng Bros.' order Mr. Gaylord has
an order from the IS.irnum & B.illey peo
ple for a number of Asiatic buffaloes.
He will also pick up any oddities and
curiosities for the ltlngllng people, who
brlleve that next year will bo a good
one for show people.
Mr. Gajloid will leave Vancouver.
British Columbia, on April 22, on tho
steamer Empress of Japan and touch
llrst at Yokohama, Japan, about May fi.
Thenco his course will be Kobe, May S;
Nagasaki. May 10; Shanghai. China,
May 12; Hong Kong, May 14, nnd Singa
pore, Mal.isi.i, May 20. lleie his partner,
H. V. De Sllvn, Is already filling; the or
der, which was cabled to him on tho
blgulng of tho contract.
Ho will remain at Singapore a month
or two, returning home by way of Co
lombo, Aden, Slier, Port Said, Malta,
Gibraltar, thenco to New York, cir
cling tho globe for tho twentieth tlmo
In his life. Ho expects to make tho com
plete tilp In four months.
Mr. Gaylord Is probably tho best In
formed man in the country ns regards
affairs In the Orient, and Just now Is
salng "I told ou so" to his friends In
leg.ird to tho result of tho war between
Japan and China. He made the predic
tion at tho outbreak of tho war that
Japan would win easily.
mo TOI'fillS l'INKD.
Judge Jones DUrhurgts tho Sinn At ho Just
ly Kuuiked ilium Down.
William McTevltt. A, Graughon and A.
A. Harris were arraigned In the police
court yebierday morning on a charge of
Ht?htlnL. Tlio evidence showed that Mc-
leviti ana iiraiiKiiun tiiierm mu aie-uuiiuu-
to lfarrh. "What plea Ji.u jou to make
to tho charge against jou?" 'I'm guilty
o lighting," J remarked Harris '"Ihat'.s the
tenting an Insult ot the vilest kind In my
own hotel, where those men hnd no tight,
whatever. That Is the charge they put
I against me for protecting mvself .against
two North end toughs possibly because tt
'was an exception to the rule to see them
Chastised in sucn u inunucr. ics, etr, i m
ex;l '. allow vou to make
l,l JmlL Jones "You "er
Jf'fl, Ja' you '& discharged."
'""' a"u "" "'" "' "'"t
in ii i'ii-1,
A canvass among the druggists of this
placo Tcveals tho fact that Chamberlain's
I aro tho most popul ir proprietary medicines
sold Chamberlain's Cough Itemidy, espe.
. "I ,1K 4s roL'.irded ns In the lead of all
.throat trouble remedies, and, as such, is
freely prescribed by nhjslclans. As a
croup medicine, it Is also unexcelled and
work after all other medicines had failed.
-The Jvlmuau (a. u.) lirapmc.
Xferely n llox nf Unman Hones.
Because a box of human bones, con'
signed to J, S Amy. at Worland, Mo , was
htdni- ahtiioeil bv a medical student throtlirh
box ut the depot. Coroner Bedford was
notified and he examined the contents of
the box. Afterwards It was nailed up and
forwarded to Its destination.
A "Slight Cold" or Cough. Brown' t
Bronchial 'Jrochn" gtres Immediate relief.
TO ST. LOUIS TO-NIGHT?
1 uurungion uoute train leaves at :u p.
m. Tho only lino running three sleepers
with new elegant compartment berths and
Jbuffet. Service unsurpassed.
20 pieces Silk mid Wool Kr
Mixtures, B0c, for OVj
oO piccci Silk nnd Wool liQr
Dinjjonali, or.c, for. OOKj
10 pieces fiO-lnch Cheviots, fLCin
88c, for JJj
lfl pieces CO inch Silk and (lQn
Wool, $1.00, for JKj
Black Dress Goods.
French Seiges, id inches 60c
Ilonriettns, XXX, all wool...25c
Henrietta', CCC, extra litie..,25c
Tlicso aro worth moro by tho ease.
Tho second lot lO'inorro'.u. . . . . J7c
White J labutais, only 1 7(5
Chocked TalTotai, G0c, for.... 39c
Ulark Figured Taffotns 75c
Grenadines, plain black 50c
Kxtra heavy, panel, 1st size. 65c
Second sio 72c
Don't pay higher price or even the
same for inferior quality.
7,000 feet Kubbcr IToso 3-ply 3
inch, .10 feet lengths, complcto with
couplings and Gem nozlo, (JJ TK
Our Spring Catalogues continue to bo mailed by the thousand,
promptly. We save you money through our splendid Mail Order Dept.
DOGGETT DRY GOODS CO.
TREASURER GREEN'S REPORT.
Ills Anno tl Statement of flip Cundltlon of
tlio City's 1 tiiiuiK's Itciidj for th.
cst lux Crop.
City Treasurer Orcen baa finished his
annual report, with the exception of tho
addition of tho business of toinorrou
mornlni;. Under the luvv tho fiscal year
ends at noon of April lr. and tho total of
tho sc.ir's business will depend on the ru
cr Ipls uf tho mornlni;. This will not innle
rl illy alti r the footlnps us ijlvon herowlth.
Ihe total amount collcctid nnd handled,
including tho amount turned over by
Trensuier Uvelnnd ut the expirutlon of his
term of ofllce, Is Sl.MI.ti3) r.J. of w lileh U'i,
22Sf,0 w.ih turned over. mnMiiK tho umoiiut
collected up to I ist nlcht Sl.in.TUl 0.' Tho
cash Is distributed umonu tho follow Inu
funds: Cioneral fund, lan.UlS 12; bond and
luteiest fund. JIS1.73S C.1, funded debt "11"
JJ.1M5S; sinking fund. $113.113 15; O K.
cieek nnd cltv lull fund, J27,17i"7J,
condemn itlon fund, J10 ll-'.".7; Kradliur,
Jl,re..riil redemptions, Jli'i.tolM; plumber,
$1 IM M. polite, this. "iM 73; npeclal tnes,
J11S.110S7. (lllllss Oipluii nsjluin. flSOW:
(peol.il deposits, 1I.GUV; North p.irlc dlstiiet
fund, $17 110 Xi. South park district fund,
J7.l-ii,12 West p.irk district fund. 5ll.W7.Sl.
The tnt.il dlshurii mints for the same
peilod, Willi the niniiuut expended for tha
llrst half of April, tstlinatid, w.is J1.3W1.
72123, Iciiv infir u not liilnnco ot $77,3i; 29.
Diirlnir tho jear much of tho delinquent
taCH of former sears were paid in, and
helped tn swill tho receipts. Tho jt.tr
clo-.es with tlio business in Rood shape
nnd tho tax rolls well elnrcd up. Jlr.
Grern Is reudy for the comliifr of tne new
tixi-H on May 10, and will be abla to handlo
all coiners promptly.
A Small Doitnr Hill.
rifty cnts Is a small doctor bill, but that
Is all It will iot sou to (.urc unj" ordinary
i-ase of rheumatism, tf sou use Chamber
lain's P.iln li.ilui Try It and jou will he
surprised at the prompt n lief it affords.
The Iliit application will quiet th pain.
fiurvlces In S.otli.li ltltx Cathedral.
Arelopasus chapter Itoie Ciolt No. J, A.
and A. K It, will hold Knster services at
tho Scottish ltlte cathedral, 912 Walnut
street, Kunday afternoon at S '10 o'clock.
Itiv. Prost Ilh.hop, thirty-two degrees, of
I.lbrt5 Mr, otllclatlUK. assisted by Mr.
O 11. Maish, oUMiilst. and the choir of Kt.
(eoruo's pro.cithedr.il .Members and their
filends mlnitttid ls lard onlv.
THOMAS S. ItlDGU. Wise Master.
The follow luff bulldlnB permits were Is.
sued by tlio supciluteudent of bulldines
i: S. W. Drought. 1117 to K31 Genesee
stieet. brick hotel, to cost 42.,0)O.
I,. 11, -Miller, C-'O Woodland nvenue, addi
tional story to fiamo residouco, to cost
Minneapolis Rewliur Machine Company,
1332 West Illeveuth i-treet, frame business
bulldini?. to cost $1,00)
Durlnff tho week endlnu last nlsht forty
elRlit permits vvero Issued, the bulldlnKS
and repairs provided for anKrceatlim $32,S16.
ItfurrlHKe Lleense IsriiiI.
The follow liter coupl weTe yesterday
licensed to marry:
Albert Hiifrhes, Westport 21
Nannie .Smith, Westport 17
Alono Michaels. Kansas City 21
Ithubey .Mann, Clay county, Mo 2.1
William Kchrank, Kansas city SS
Susie Hmllh, Atlicrtun, Mo 30
Ilmll I.aron, Kansas City 31
l.ona Carlton, Kansis City 31
The follow Inc births were reported t th
health department sesterday:
Vlrden. Ch tries A. and Maud; boy; 3125
Campbell street; April 12.
Wtluhcri,', I. nnd Mary; girl) 1314 St.
I.nuls avenuo; April 11.
Maxwell, (1. (.'. and Ida.; boy; 1115 East
rifth street: April 11,
Murphs', 'lhomas nnd Edna; girl; 1S East
Kleventh street; April 12.
The following deaths were reportei to
the health department yesterday:
Houlihan, Irene; 1 jear; 2711 Madison ave
nue; April 12: cntmu colitis; burial In
Mount bt, Mars's cemetery,
Harris, George; S months; C13 Charlotte
stieet; April 12; bronchitis; burial In Union
blocuni, Alice; 38 s'ears: 1017 Independ
enco avenue: April; primary dementis;
burial In Atchison. Kas.
Linens lunch cloths.
ac.x.10 In. square, hemstitched.. .(KM
00x30 In. square, hemstitched . . . 7ic
lli.vIHS in. square, hemstitched. . .JWc
IfixtS in. square, hemstitched. 1.00
15x1." In. square, hemstitched.? 1.25
The nbovo is the greatest lino of
Bargains in Linens rcr shown in
2,000 Short Lengths Hleached Table
Linens lino quility tlirect from
Belfast tnannlactiircrs, a J and II
yards long nearlv all of them,
SI. Jill, S2.JJ5, S2.B0 Each.
Salo of Alt Linen towels, 1!0 doz
en at 10c and 2Cc Also, $1.00 a
Thoy will appear wonderfully
cheap as soon as you i-co them.
Nearly 1,000 pan
Odds and Ktuls.
Prices Cut in
Wo want tho room. You will find
them on 1st floor, Octagon Counters.
A lot for children included.
Suits from $15 to $50.
Pants S4 to $22.
Every Garment Made
Under Our Eye.
WE BRING YOU COMFORT !
And Saw Yon from HI Fillio; foments.
will convince you of their
Absolutely Superior Merit.
Put preconceived ideas and
prejudice aside when buy
ing a Piano and uso your
own good sense.
Give us a chance to show
you these beautiful goods.
PAueie hitv Dimn on
nrvMlldHO Ull I IIHI1U uu., M
1215 MAIN ST.
Wo also sell Flutter and mr I nu'Ianil.
CLOSEST and jti:sr
Dr. De Lap's,
of l'urli, 1 rauce,
A BAl'll. CUHTAIN and EFFECTUAL
Itemedy In hupprcsjed or painful meustru
utiuu. A 1'O.SITIVK und k'uarunteed rem
edy to l'ltllVHNT and COHUECT lrrtKU.
Urltlea. Their equal as all emmeuosuo
does not exist, us thousands ot happy
women, both old und sauiik. In all parts of
tho land, can testify. Prepared by the
world renowned and famous Trench phy
sician und siimeon. Dr. Da Lap, ot Tarla.
l'rice, tl box; S boxes, 3.
Drutielsts and Chemist.
1107 Main St.. Kansas City. Me.
Bole acents for United States. Mall r
ders promptly attended to.
liu west winin at.
Everything that comprises the slock
of a first-class fancy market. Your
attention 1 called to our Hub of Fresh
nnd Halt Meats, such as Armour's
Oold Hand, lteld & Co.'s Silver Shield,
Cox &- Co.'s Country Hams and Ureak
Wo also manufacture cold pressed
Corned lleef for luncheons, unsur
passed by an bod)'. Smoked and
i'lckled Tongues, Etc. Orders receive
M. 13, NKISENWANGER.
H Telephone 1011.
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6,000 Paper Bound
Books 5c EACH.
Over 200 Titles to select from.
3,000 Cloth Bound
Books Oc EACH.
Gilt Tops Kxtra Slip Cocrs.
1,000 Hand Volume- Classics,
Cloth Binding 13c.
A largo selection of titles.
By Mis. Humphry Ward, cheap
paper form. Hundreds sold yesterday.
Now Gold and Bisque Mouldings,
flc, Sc, 10c a foot, nmli) up.
Silver and Gold Melton Bronze,
composition Bisque, 10c, 25c, 40o a
Gold Moulding, 5c to 00c a foot.
Acadom v Board 20c.
Canvas Bo.ird, 1S'J 1 30c.
Paint, common colors 5c.
White Kitamcl, a bottle I2c.
Furnituro Polish, a bottle 5('.
Gold Paint, a bottle. 10c, 15c, 20c.
Thi week wo will manufacture full
sie cotton lop Mattresses, with good
ticking, for $2.45.
10 lb., all puro Cotton Mattress,
with best Ticking $6. 75.
If you want one send address
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
Over 'J00 Teeth Etrncteil Dally. -NO
PAIN OR DANHIJK. Artificial Teeth
warrantetl to Kit Pcrfoctly. Dconyoil
nnd neltlns: tectli, it worth it, filled und
725 RfiAIIM STREET
ALTMAN. KAULBACH& CO, Prop).
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
iilt Itheuiii.'li Iter. rt7iMii e, It (hint; Pllef,
IVmiiHis .nut llirlin's Iti Ii urn runixltlo
DIseiiMeH. Itliiuil iiuilii lin ilnn't ttiro tht in.
I'll) sit hum uiliiilt no tiivo sulved tho prob-
"imwmii.i: i fi:.viA."
My baby was tiind of tho worst case of
Ecsunia, 1 ever saw, by tho It idford Ecze
ma Co , and 1 heartily recommend their
.New Sj stem to all mothers whom liable
arc atlliitud with nny form of skin ills
ease. Wo had despaired of trettlntr nny
relief for our llttlo one until we worn nd
vised by a friend to pi ice the caso In thu
hinds of these phsslclans, who speedily
elteuted a permamnt cuie.
MHS. W, M. DAISH.
633 Oakland ave , K.in is City, Kas.
All Special Nervous, KIooJ, 1'rirate and
Gcnilo-Unnaiy Diseases Ticafed co lleasonabla
Terms. Urinary Analysis, Consallitioa and
Ilcok Freo at (Hike or bv Mail.
Tlio T. ,T. Andibn! Kczenm Co.,
Specialists. Offices. KO and 337 New Ilidsa
bide Kansas City, Mo. AUo open Bun
du)s from lu a. in. to 1.' m.
Don't Do It!
Don't buy inferior stoves
when we can sell you
Celebrated Reliable Gas
and Gasolene Stoves at
prices and terms to suit
We carry in stock over
50 styles and sizes,
10,000 in ust in the
city is the best recom
mendation we offer,
1209 and 1211 Grand Ava,
The Journal deliv
ered at your door for
1 0 cents per week.
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