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Tho Journal, $4.00 a year
by mail, 10 cents a week
by carrier.
Tho Journal, $4.00 a yoar
by mall, 10 cents a week
by carrier.
if 4 4? cf! if
Beauty yiss
The encomiums and admiration of man and has since the dewy
morning of existence when Adam was thrown into rapturous
ecstacies by the presence of his "Help Iat," fresh from the
hands of her Creator, beautiful, bewitching, charming, ador
able, as many of her descendants have proven since 1 as
they rambled over the green sward and by the baboiing
brook, where the balmy zephyrs were ladencd with fragrance
of flowers, music of birds and the vision charmed with luscious
fruits and mirrored lakes, feminine decoration undoubtedly
commenced in that garden. After the fig leaf Mother Hub
bard there came sunny ringlets studded with roses, violets and
forget-me-nots. Eve's descendants will find winning man's
admiration easy by getting one of those lovely Trimmed Hats
on wire frame, silk, lace and satin flowers, only $498, or the
Napoleons at $3.98, or Dutch Bonnets at $2.98, or choice of
several hundred at $5.50 and $6.50.
Special Sale commences Thursday in our New Store with
tiling floor.
1006 Main Street.
811 and 813 Haiti Street.
A Success..
We mean our opening at the new store.
The sun smiled and so did the people
when they saw our stock and spent their
money, too. Come and do likewise.
! Pottery, Lamps and Glassware for
We Can Now Show Samples
or THE
Cleveland Swell Special
Cleveland Combination "Wood
and Aluminum Rims and
Clincher Tires.
The most successful detachable
tiro ever put on u bicycle. Punct
ures lose their terrors when you
r'ulc this tire.
Wholesalo mill llet.ill Illtjilcs anil
704 Alain SL Sign Biff Knife.
NIhCAUXS Arc. Slnitnrli nn'l Unliable.
CKKsCKNlS Art) ltest lor Il) a ami dirls.
Trt'uk Factory.
WHY send away for your trunks when
you can buy thorn manufactured
right heroin Kansas City for less
money. Wo carry a full lino of
l'.icUmtr. Traveling, School, AVetl
illng, Ladies' and Oeutlemeu's
Trunks, otc. Price from 81.60 to
N. M. FREUNC, Prop.
Factory, ilO and 117 tV. 7lli St.
More, two Hulii hi.
Seen our China Effects in
Wall Paper at Sc per roll?
Other stores ask over
double for the same,
Telilhon 8030. 10 Emt 0th St.
- -JEM-.
Tho .Statu Medical Association Will t'nn
icno In Topekn lo-,liij
Topekn, Kas. May 13. (Special.) The
first session of tho twenty-ninth annual
meeting of the Kansas Medical Association
will meet In Itcpresentatlve lull. In To
lielci, to-moriow morning not at 9 o'clock.
The address of welcome will be tleliveied
by Hon. Joe W,iten anil the, response by
Dr. deorge W. Hogeboom, of Topeka. A
banquet will bo given to tho us-oelatlon
by tho phjulclins of Topeka on Prldcy
riltrht at the Copeland hotel.
'I ho olllcers of the association nie: Pivi
hlent, W. It. 1'ilest, Coneotdln. llrst lo
president, lleorgc M (liay, Kansas ' A-.
Kas.; .secoml -vice president, D. C Tli,
Clifton, tcconling sccietarj', (1. C Purll'ie,
Wichita: eoriesponillng "eeietaiv. U. A.
Wall, Topekn, treasurer, 1. Heynllds,
Ilorton; judicial council, .1. 11. Lane, chair
man. Leavenworth; I.. II. Munti, Topiku;
1). P. Longeckir. llmporla; H. (1. tllll,
I'lttsbnig, C A. McCSulre. Topeka.
A featutn of this melting will be tlio
presence of three Chicago surgeons, ci ed
ited with being among the most sklllid In
thelt piofo-slon In Ameiica. They are Dr.
Fianklln II. .Mai tin, who lectin es on
"Hjstetectoiiiy;" Dr. Alesaiider Hugh Fer
guson, who talks on 'Herniotomy," and
Ur. J. IJ. Murphej, the famous New York
surgeon, who answers the question, "Can
the mortality In siiikIc.iI lesions of tho
Intestines be reduced.'"
Charters Tiled by 1 liri-n Cnnirnn With III"
.sic rotarj of stiitc.
Topeka, Kas., May IS. (Special.) The
following charters hao been tiled in tho
olllco of the secretarj- of state:
Tho Wamego Spot Cash Dry Goods
Company, limited, with n capital of JV.
The illtectors are: 1.. II. and I'. II, Pierce,
ot I.awience, and A, M, lllttman, of Wa
mego. 'Die Wnmnler Club, ot Nlckcrson, to
promote athletics, with u capital Mock of
'i00 The illtectors ate: T J. linrtlett, li,
IJ I. Henderson, II. C, Hill, It. I). Ureeu
and Fnd Ilarse.
The City Holler Mill Company, of Um
poila, with u capital stock of Jio.ono. Tins
dlnotnrs arc: N, A, Mathls and John and
M. Kllvvcr.
eir Si hiiiil lliilldliig fur Si'd.illn.
Sedalla, Mo., May lu.-Speclal.) The.
contract for Scdalla's JIU.OuO high school
building was lot to-day to Theoduro
Lacoff, of Nevada. When completed It
will bo ono of the finest school buildings
In tho state,
Stockholder Will ltelt Ansemiucnt.
Sedalla, Mo., May 15. (Special.) Tho
majority of tho stockholder of tho de
funct first National bank will resist tho
assessment of 73 per cent on tho capital
stock, ordered by Comptroller Uckels. Tho
stockholders will light the assessment in
tho courts.
Take Advantage
Don't miss this opportunity. Tho
slock of Olovcs from 1st. Paul is now ox
sai.i:, and we arc almost atvixa ihem
away. It will pay you to buy now for
rinuiiB use. No time to writo AD3,
LOUVRE GL0VEC0 1010 Main,
Headquarters for
i Tel. 1999. 1113-15 Walnut St.
NO KIJPIHtT o.v tiii: sr.v r.f.UCTtOX
mi. i. iii:i-oiti: .tto.MiAY.
tiii: MUAMiiii:1 Am: voi.tt.MtNtirs and
itnjuiiiiJ-riMi: ton i:a.minai ion.
oii.iixt.x to MrrtciAiioVMfATiiv rim
M'.NAlOlt aiOltltlSSIJY.
Senators Terrs nnd lb,krtl l)lirn. the !1
low .servnnM tllll nt Soino I.eiiKth
A Short Helen of the Unlike,
AMilih Ailjoiiriis Until
.TefTcrron City. Mo., May 13.-(Spcclal.)
The outline of the proposed election Mil
conference committees, ns Riven In tho
Journal this morning, was declared by n
member of one of the committees to-nlelit
to be correct. There arc one or two other
points, however, upon which the com
mittees are practically acrced, that were
not covered In this mornlnc'1 dispatches.
If the bill recommended by the committees
becomes a law campilsn committees will
have nolhlmr to do with the selection of
JudKcs and clerks. The two men appointed
by the Rovernor will choose these olllcers
for their party, nnd the commissioner ap
pointed by the mayor will select thorn for
Ills party. Their decisions will be abso
lute. These JticlRcs will Ret J3 ii day for
five das, three days ot registration, ono
ot revision and one of election. It will
cost any one of them $100 should lie fall
to sere without the good and sulllclcnt
exemos provided by the bill.
Tho committees are of tho opinion, too,
that these Judges and clerks should be ex
empt from Jury service only during their
service o.s election olllcers.
It was thought yesterday that the con
ference committees would be able to re
port to-morrow. It Is now certain that
they will not report before Monday. It
may be late In the week, lloth bills un
der consideration are voluminous affairs,
each containing about 23,000 words, and ns
tho committees are going over them sec
tion by section, wheie changes are made
in tho picsent laws, It takes time.
Ilo OlijicU to Olllelal Sympathy for the
I.at Senator Morrlsscj Puts DIh-
i livacs tho I'ellow !9eriiint Hill.
Jefferson City, Mo., May 13. (Special.)
Theie was a steady downpour of rain here
all mornlns, but the lobby of the senate
was tilled Just the snmo during the session
of that body.
Senator Kline presented a tesolutlon ex
pressing sympathy for Senator Mott on
tho death of his son. Webster, who was
Ldrowned while attempting to s.ie the
llfo of a companion, and I'resldent
O'Meara appointed Senators Lancaster and
Kline as a commllteo to attend tho tun
era 1.
Senator Davlsson, ot Harrison, moved
that tho vote bv which n committee was
appointed to attend the funeral of Sena
tor Moirlssey he reconsider, d. Senator
lavlsou, speaking to Ills motion, said that
Senator .Morrlssej's oharnetir was not
biieli an one as the senate should leeog
nle. His constituents did not niiprow of
such men. They would not Indoise him If
be sat In hH -eat and entered no protest
against oIIIlI.iI recognition of such a man
as Morrlsev. l).-n Icon's motion was ta
bled, but he Insisted that his piotest should
go on the recoid
Senator Peers then resumed Ills argument
on his follow seruint bill, Interrupted by
a motion to adjourn yesterda lie began
at once a plea for a gntranl bill us
against a bill applying only to railroads.
He said there wue 1.1 IJ men employed on
cable and ehetrlc stieet railways In the
state; B,l men emplojed In lead and zinc
mines and 8,btl men emplojed In coal
mines. There were but L7,(j0 lallroad men
In the Mate and onlv nbout on-thlrd of
them haiullid dangerous machinery. He
was opposed to class legislation of any
kind. 11" believed in tt eating all alike.
Senator Peers was Mill talking when at
11.1H the senate took a iceess until 2 p. in.
When the senate met nt " o'clock
ngaln this afternoon, Senator Peels re
sumed his speech on his substitute fellow
servant bill, lie talked until S:H). making
about four hours In all consumed by the
senator from Wntren Senator Haskett,
of llnndolpli, talked for nearly an hour In
opposition to the bill, and the si nato ad
journed until to-moirow at 10 o'clock.
snoitT snssiov in" Tin; iiousi:.
Adjournment Taken Till l'rlday Out of
Heitpe, t tn .Senator MorrNey,
Jefferson City, Mo , May 15. (Special.)
After a fort-flvo minutes session this
morning tho house adjourned until 11
o'clock l'rlday. This out of respect to
Senator Moirlsey.
Julian's bill exempting members of the
legislature from punishment for accepting
bribes went ovpr until that time.
O'Dell, ot Heynolds, presented a resolu
tion Intunded to cut on' the per diem of
membeis and clerks for Sunday, It was
promptly laid upon the table.
Ilittliiger, of Iluchannn, presented a res
olutlon providing for the making of cabinet
photographs of Thomas II, Denton for the,
use of the members. It was adopted and
tho house adjourned.
Peimtnr T.otn Kill Not Dodge,
Jefferson City, Mo May T. (Special.)
It was stated In one or more St. l.ouis pa
pers to-day that Senator I.oe, of Jackson,
dodged a ote on Peer's KHow servant bill
estrday. The statement is an Injustice,
to Senator l.ove, He was busy with the
conference committees at the time the
ote was taken.
Tho Mute. Association Concludes lis Labors
lit Topeku After Electing Dithers.
Toneka, Kas,, May 15. (Special,) The
State Dental Association adjourned to-day
to meet one year hence ut Topeka, The
following olllcers were elected for the en
suing year;
I'tesident, J. I'. Hoot, of Kansas City,
Kas, j llrst vlco president, A, W, Pavls, ot
Ilolton; second vlco president and treas
urer. 11. A, Wasson, of Ottawa; secretary,
W. N. West, of Topeka.
Tho board of cinsors Is O. C Allen, of
Topeka: J, V, llurkett. of Kingman, and T,
J. Aitkin, ot Valley Fulls.
Tho Interstate committee to attend the in
lerstate meeting at Pertle Splines In Juno
was as follows; J. I". Hoot, Kansas City,
Kas.; J. J. Krey. of Mobetly, Mo., ami F,
C. Kuby, of Clinton, Mo.
Ur. A, 11. Floyd, of I'aola, was suspended
from membership because he adertlsed
and had delivered some lectures before the
Atkinson Dental school.
Serious Accident to V.. ,1, I'lttsforil.
Lawrence, Kas., May 10. (Special.) IJ. J.
I'lttsford was out driving last night, when
his horse ran away and threw him and his
companion out, Mr. I'lttsford was thrown
against u, treo and rendered unconscious.
He 'received severe scalp wounds and there
was concussion of the brain. His condition
Is regarded as very critical.
Young I'trry Kcturn Home.
Lawrence, Kas., May 15.-(Spocial.) Eddie
Perry, the high school boy who left his
home In Lawrence and wiote last night
that he was In Kansas City, returned home
this afternoon with Olr Addis, who went
down to see him. The two will say noth
ing about the trip, but Dddle seemed yery
tlad to get home again. HU story of hav
ing been kldnr.ped nnd In M for 'iim Is
the onl) one that lias bicn km in to account
for his disappearance.
"Ihn Supreme Council tif the tinier In Sen-
don nt St, I nulls iltli ii Ijirge
Atti ml lure.
St. lion!, Mo., May 15. About 100 ilel
CRrttcs, representing' twenty-uno Brand
councils nro In nttemlimcc upon tho
eighteenth minimi Rcsslon of the su
premo council of tho Iloynl Arcntiutn,
which convened hero to-day. Tho ses
sion will continue for about ono week
nnd will bo oxccullvc.
1'. 11, Hanripr, past Ktnnd legcnt ot the
1,'nuid council of Missouri, dellvcted un
tulilres.s ot w'clcomc.nnd appropriate ic
sponscs were m.tdo by tho supremo olll
ccrs. To-day's cession was largely de
voted lo tho hearing of the mutual te
ports ot olllcers ami standing commit
tees, which wore nptiropi lntolv referred.
Tho tepoft of C. W. Iliis-giitd, supreme
regent, showed Hint dining lS'JI tho
Iloynl Arcanum paid to widows and or
phans death benefits ntnouutlnir to
$3,9,V),f93, leaving u halnlirc on hand ot
SIR3.473. On Deccmbnr 31. 1SJI, the order
had a membership of ir.r.r,0T. a net In
crease for tho year ot ll.os.t. During
1S9I lfi.BOD now members were initiated
nnd 1,311 deaths iccorded.
It ts Thought to lie II nil v t mmgrt! bj
tho l'lost, but IViiiIks
'Are Sal,,.
St. Louis, Mo May 15 Monday night's
frost has caused more dnmago than was at
llrst anticipated.
Iteports from the various fruit and vege
table regions of Missouri and Illinois In
dicate that hundreds ot thousands ot dol
lars damage has been done. It Is esti
mated that tho cutlie local grape crop has
In en destrojed. Commission men were
slted by a grape grower fiom Jefferon
ronntv, Mo., a great grape cnint, and his
Information was that the fruit was already
getting black on the lines. Similar re
ports come from other sections. The loc il
grape crop, which 11 nils Its wnv to tho St.
Louis market nlonc, Is estimated to be
worth P"J,UOO. The local apple crop has
also received a severe setback, but peaches
are thought to bo In better condition, while
there seems to be some difference ot opin
ion ns to small fruits.
The usually Immense potato crop ot the
Illinois bottoms Is sadly wrecked. A good
many fanners came In to-day to purchase
other kinds of seeds with wlibli to fill the
ground occupied by the potntoes.
Corn Is not thought to be much nffectfd,
as It was scarcely up. Most all garden
truck was killed.
Knights Templar nt Wlililt.i Attend to
'lh it Duty anil I'arliikx of a
Wichita, Kas., May 1" (Special.) The
following grand olllcers ot the Knights
Templar of Kansas were elected here to
day: Oram! commander, IS. K Torrlngton,
Wichita; deputy grand commander, W.
Holmes. Parsons; grand generalissimo, W.
C. Charter. Topeka; gland captain geiuTal.
(ieorge 11. Ji nklns, Kansas City. Kas;
grand prelate, ii. IJ. liusscr. Podge C'lti .
grand recorder, A. M. fCnllahnn, Topeka.
grand trcisuror, W. S. Corbet t. Wli hit.i:
grand senior warden, Ud Havs, Wellington:
grand Junior warden, C. .M. Jones, Wlehiui.
The net conclive will lie nt Lawrence on
the second Tuesday In May, H'X
Dispensations were granted to command
erles at Junction City, and Clinnute. Over
100 candidates Joined tho rihrlners. To
night 1.000 guests were banqueted In the
Hi, Testifies 111 Ills On ll llehilir During Ills
Trial nt I. tun me,
Lawrence, Kas., May la. (Special.)
The Osbtin trial to-day befr.m with an
outline of the defense by J. It. l'.urton.
Ilo admitted tho facts of tho shooting,
but said evidence would ho introduced
to show that insanity inn in the de
fendant's family and that ho was labor
ing under a mental cloud when lie com
mitted tho cilme. He stutcd also that
tho father of the defendant was now in
the South Dakota asylum for Insanity
nnd that a son had died a few yeius ago
from tlio same cause
Mis. Osbun. wife of the defendant, re
lated a number of Instances in which
she nnd lur daughter had noticed her
father's wenkness, and particul.it ly on
tile day of the shiu.ilng he seemed to
be very much dlstiessed. She was on
tho stand several hours and was sub
jected to a severe cioss-cMiinlnatlon.
Judgo H.iftcr i elated the incidents of
a coniets.itlun he had with iisbun and
tho excitement nndir which tlio defend
ant seemed to bo labeling.
Tho last witness was ('Union C. Os
bun. Ho was cool nnd collect, d nnd told
his story colieiently and In ood shape
There was little variation from the
stories told by other witnesses. Ills
ctoss-eMiminatlon was not completed
when court adjourned for the day.
Mint In tlio MicetH ot tlmiiul t'H,
Oregon. Mo.. May 15. (Speilal ) John
Patterson, a f.innei, was fatalls shot un
the streets of Mound City this morning
by Jnmrs Inks. Inks, who claimed that
1'a'tterson Iw.l been talking about his
wife, g.ne himself up and Is now in Jail
here! A mob would li.no lnched him, but
he was spirited away.
Keith's Curtain Sale!
Tho story of price, price, pnee is
what is proving so attractive in our
Curtain Sale, Wonderfully advant
ageous purchases haiulleil at a min
imum of profit for this event have
resulted in unpiecedentcd values in
all makes and guides of Curtains.
Head this partial list for today:
$J.I3 Nottlnghams for .W
3.73 Nottinghams ,, ,, forJJr,
JJ.73 Irish Points,,,.,, , forS-i.C
i l.v VnitltiL'tminn ,, for 3J.75
$3,73 Cluny Cut tains for .S5
$7.K rUlted Curtains..,,. ... ,,,,,., ,ior iw
$7.50 Nottinghams , ,,for J3.0O
J7.3 Hrussels i ,. for $3 DO
$13.00 Point do Oene , ,,,for Ji5C0
$9 00 Cluny Curtains,,.., , ,,,,,, .for O.DO
$XM Unlabels,, ., .., for 50.S0
$10.50 Irish Points,,,,, , for $6.50
$17.50 Irish Points,,,,,,, , ..for $11.50
$1S.50 Cluny Curtains,,,.. ,,..,.for $11 50
$17.50 Hrussels , ,,..,, .for 'i50
$23 W Hlack and fiold Novelty for I 00
huhMitIb Antoinette for $1. .?
W...U Barony luuasuia , , w v. ,i
$65.00 Saxony Urusels for $ll.!,
......AT I. ., n.l.lH. In. Illlll1
. . . . T.... .1. fn- t9.1.
flb.tA' lOUlS -VI V bllllrtliw,.,,,,, iut fw.w
Eleventh and
Mill, t,i:.Si: AND Mils. I'At'lt t'OMI!
noiii iMMi:s WAjsn:i to 'osvi:itsi:
a r o.sct:, ami hid.
i:ach iti:.t)v to shy m:it suniion.
m:i' i.mo tiii: akiina.
Mrs, ln, k A, ted ns Iter Oitii .Vttnrnej nt
Her Own liiiestlgntltui, iinil W bin
Mm t'linin to Cris.(sitmliiu
Mrs. I ruse the Trouble
Hi gall.
Topeka, Kns May In. (Special.) Mrs.
Lease was us mild as a Iamb during her
luin on tho stnnd In the Householder rase
this morning. The leasoli was that Attor
ney Webb sleeted clear of any auctions
which would give her a chance lo ex
press her lews of Populism nnd the men
It biought Into piomlueiice. Hut at noon
the Householder case was closed and
this iiftetnooii the Investigation of Mrs.
Pack was commenced, and Mrs Leave
again went on the stand. Mrs. Pack acted
as her own attorney, nnd when she at
tempted to catechize Mis, Lease a lltst
clnss cat light was spruii? on the Instant,
lloth tried to talk ut once ami the air was
full ot gesticulating iitms. Finally the
committee seemed unlet and then .Mrs.
Lease tinned to Mrs. Pack mid said: "It
,ou wont to know nil about It, I will tell
Jon. You it member the time when you
woie not so thick with Dr. Anna Kulberg
ns jou are now, and when .ion came to
me and told me Dr. Kulberg was guilty
of malpractice, and had stolen medicine
fiom the asvliim, nnd that you were going
to tell Coventor Lcmlllug about It nnd I
dissuaded Jou and "
"I will not stand nnv moie of this from
that woman," luleuiipted Dr. Knlberg,
spilnglng to her feet.
Judge Webb also sprang to his feet nnd
Insisted that tills testimony be stilcUen
from the record. The committee directed
that It should stay on the lerord, nnd
when It was found that the stcnogi.ipher
had not caught the st itement on account
of tho confusion. Mis. Lmse icpiated It
all oor slowly. In spite of the piotosts of
Judge Webb and Mis Fails.
f'onsldeied all around, the InicstiKatlon
had unite a metiy time of It tn-d,n.
The case proceeds to-morrow morning.
I.lttle Itoi k Cullip lilies rmiipi te in the lllg
Interntlilo Drill 'Miirtou (mlcM Cre
ate ii 4,ooil lluprcdiiii,
Memphis, Tenn., May !.". The large
crowd of Arkansas people at Montgomery
paik this afternoon were not disappointed
In the work of the two Little Itock i om
p mli k. The McCaithy Light (liinids were
at a slight disadvantage In being the llrst
company to drill in class A The Chlek.i
saws, Fenclbles and Seal.is all watched the
prom amine III this ill III, and while it is not
a dltlli lilt one, tin wilt uuiloubttdl be
aide to prollt by their iihsciwttion The
.Mi I'artli.is did ery creditable woik. The
fi.ituie ol the afternoon wis the 1 1 til of
the Mot ton Cadets, of Washington. In
class l:. The jouugsteis had alit.idy ap
pealed In i lass I', ami fiom the time they
urirt lied upon the Held, the inipioietnent
in tin II woik was noticeable. The siemid
to be perfectly at ease, hiving lost all
of the in iiniisness they showed on Mon
di. The milked weakness In the inanii ii
shown on that d.i was not appinut to
dav and, notwithstanding the fact that
the class II .It III was more dllllciilt, the
boys distinguished tliemsilies ami matched
nil to tile tune of "The High School Ca
dets" nnild rousing cheers.
To-moirow the Tliiiistnti Hides will drill
in ili-s It, while the Clilekns.iw flu uds
and lioveinoi's (luirds, of Memphis, will
appe ir In i I iss A. The n-unl dies parade
and bind emu ei t weie atttudul l largu
ctowds this , lining.
At I.cisl Sin Ii Is the Opinion of Senator
.Mltilull, of Oregon, as i:preiit
to "-ciiator lligglus.
Washington, May 15 Senator Mitchell,
of Oiegon, who Is tlio senior Republican
member of the senile commltteo on prlil
ligis and elections, whlih will pass on the
ciedeiitlals of Henry A. Dupont and uf
any other appointed senator by the gov
ernor of Delaware, has will ten a letter to
Senator lllgglns. In which he sa3.
"I have no hesitancy In giving jou, per
sonalis', my picsent Iniprisslons, which are
leiy struiiglj- to the dteit that the acting
governor ot jour state, ur aujuno holding
tho otllie ot governor, has no light with
tho hoi bug of such oillci and cierclstng
Its functions, lo exercise, atij of the luin-
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50 Inch Madras Muslin, colored figure,
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50 inch Madras Muslin, colored figure,
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50 Inch Muslins, colored llgme, worth 43c,
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13 Inch Tigured Scotch Crepes, worth 53c,
now ,....,,,,., , lio
IS Inch Colored Madras, worth $1, novv,.C3c
50 Inch Hcru Madras, worth lie, 50o and
COo jard, your cholco for,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, .30o
Japanese Crepes, worth 23o and 53c jard,
now, .,, .,,,.,,,,., ,,.,.15c
Egyptian Sish I-accs worth 55e, C3c and 73c
jard, now, ,, .. ,,,,,... 53c
Shoit lengths of Sash Muslins, slightly
soiled, at great reductions.
Have us reupholster jour furniture. Mag
nificent selection of coverings. Moderate
charges for labor.
Grand Avenue,
tiers of n enator, cither lhoe relating to
the eliclion nf a rnltcd Htttis senator or
nlherwle If I mil right In till", then It
until I seem to follow ictv Hearlj that .Mr.
DuiiolU was legally elected senator''
lie adds, "possibly on, full niguinent of
nlile (iumel tho Mew I have taken might
be i hanged."
I he suit nt ( ncy . 31, iideiilmll for l.nnd
In the "strip" Argmil Itefore
Sc, retitr) i,,ll ti.
Vn"1!ngton, May 15. (Special 1 The
case of It. Cogv s. J Mendenhnil. 111
olvlnga claim In Ihe Strip, and which Is
a t,st case lo decide whether a clnlmnnt
could make the run from an Indian reser
vation and be n legitimate settler, wn" ni
giied before the secretary of the Intel lor
tO'dny. Colonel Holliiid, of lluthrle, lep
reented t'ogj-, who made the run from Ihe
Kansas line, and n local attorney ap
pealed for Mendenhnil, who made the
tin from the Chllocco resciinllon, near
Arkansas Cltj.
The romml'slotier of the general land
olllce held that Mendeuhatl should be
Mutinied the claim nnd an nppcal was
taken by 'ogv. who remained on the
lCnnsns side until after the time to stmt.
The decision snjs I ho ciikV Is to be a
precedent for over live thousand similar
cases, growing out of the fact that there
Is a ipiesllon whether or not a clnlmnnt
could make the run Tor a claim from an
Indian reservation. On the day before the
opening of the Strip, the comnlls'loner ot
the general land olllce wired Agent Swlnc
fonl, who had charge of matters In the
Strip, Hint settlers would be allowed to
make the tun fiom lndl m reservations
adjoining the Strip eouutrj. This message
was widely dlstt United bv Swlneford and
thousands of people accepted the Informa
tion as n positive statement th it It would
be all right nml assembled 011 the leservu
tlon lines. The dnv lifter the opening the
secretin V of the Interior made a state
ment that those who lrnl made the run
from a tesorvation would be held as "soon
er." This raised a great illstut bance and
resulted In much litigation. The ninnil
slumr of the laud olllce at Hist did not
want to admit that hi had formeilv held
a different position, lint Agent Swliiefoid
explained the matter when the commis
sioner then admitted that he had sent the
message. His decision confoimeil with
the Information be gave nut, but now It Is
befoie the secretary who. the ilny after
the opening, decided that those in iking
the run from reservations would be held
as sooneis.
Closely following the statement nf the
secretin j", wete leports tint 11 fleorgia
combine, after the best land In the Sttlp,
had failed to get In the front Hue in the
Chllocco leseivntlou. nnd as a lesult had
gone back to the Kansas line and made
the run fiom there Then the secretary
came out with Ills remarkable after-open-lllg
aiinoiineenielit 111 tile face of the In
sti notions from the commissioner ot the
general land olllce.
A sherniiin Count v Mini Warns Ooiernor
Morrill ami Ihe stale to tlio I'mm
t hn t rath to Come.
TopekT Kas, Mav 15 (Special) Gov
ernor Mon 111 has received some quaint and
curious epistles from dllTeieut paits of
the state over who'-o destinies be has. been
chosen to rule, but none more curious than
one which came to hand to-div.
It was from a man In CJoodl.iiid, Sher
man count-, who signs himself as '. 1'
Clirtoid. Mr. C'lltfonl asks the governor
to nt once nppolnt a dav of fasting and
pravir for the people of Kaif-.is. He sivs
that eveij thing is going to the demnlilon
how -wows and the n i.in is that Kansas
has been forsaken bv Ihe Loid. And he
does not stop with the Ills which we al
ready bear, but sas that worse Is yet to
follow link's Kansas at once makes her
pence with tho divine ruler. "The piople
je forgotten fud, nnd Clod has forgotten
the people," declines this She! man count
pi uplift ot evil, "and we must stop trying
to inn 011 our own hook and return to
the Lord."
Mr. Clltford then repioduces somo hls
torv of the wnild. which shows, he sa.vs.
that nations .ml stales alwajs fall by
tin w.ljside when thev get too frlsky
vvlthout the Loid's consent. He savs Kin
has his giown eiitlielv too fil-kv nml that
the onlv wav to lueik the drouth Is to
pi.U and fast. He adds that he thinks
the Loid would look upon .1 proclamation
fiom the governor for a. fast ilnj- as an
evlilem e of repi 11 11 nee
The governot Iuih leplled lo Mr. ClIffnM
that lie dm s not sh the sped il Hied tor
a d.u nf fasting nnd pi.ijtr at tills time,
and suggests thil the Slniman iniinlv
alarmist assume the task of Intercession
Willi the Cie.itor
Ki uegiidi s Atla, k Indians on Ihilr Ite-i r
vntlou. Kill 11 sipian- unit Injure
Olhi rs si ttli rs Arriiiiig.
Wilcox, A. T , M ly 1' It was learned to.
da fiom the ilriv.r of the mill stage be
twien Sail Carlos and the ah unbilled post,
IV11I Thomas, that the lenegade Apiches
had a light with the Indians 0,1 the teser
v itlon, killing one squaw. Injuring se-.ct.il
otheis and i.irrjlng utie .iw.ij. Later ae
eoiinUi would Imlii ate that the rem gadi
"Kid" had 11 hand In the tight, as lu
ll is a tninla for taking a new squaw each
time he returns to tin- reseivation. After
the dlMiirham e they left the reservation,
traveling southwanl A det.u hiiieiil of
civ aliy under Lieutenant Hantaan nnd
the Indian police 1110 In pill suit It Is
now gen, rnllv known that for the past
few months the Indians have Inv, sted all
their spare tash In ammunition, which is
significant of diss itlsfnctlon arising from
insulliclent rations. The settlers ato for
tifvlng themselves nnd stoiklng up with
aims and ammunition.
The Jury Dei I iris Hint Cuilly of Ansa 11 II
With Intuit lo Kill-Will Ak 11
.New 'III il.
Atchison. Kas , Slay IS. (5pecl.il ) The
Jury In the case of Jim Nutt, who made a
murderous assault upon Leonard Colnan
and Mrs. Jesso I'ayton, In this county last
'February, returned a verdict of guilty in
'the Colnan case this evening. Tho charge
against him was assault with Intent to
kill The Jury was out forty minutes, the
llrst ballot standing eleven lor conviction
and ono for aiqultlal The oMrenio penal
ty on this ch.irgo Is ten jears in the peni
tentiary Nutt was appnently unmoved
by the verdict. Ho made no statement, but
U is expected that the usual application
Tor a now trial will bo made, Tim lenllet
Is approved by the piople here, even Nutt's
filmils admitting that he is not a safe man
to be at large. Nutt will bo arraigned to.
moriow and tried on tho chargo of as
saultlng and attempting to kill Mrs. Taj-,
ton, the defense haling demanded separate
I'x-Cov, -riiur Anthony Hoc Not Ihluk
llnie U Mm h Oic.isliin for Al inn
In K.ius m,
Topeka, Kas,, May 13. (Special.) 'Teoplo
get frightened about losing tho fruit crop
from frost entirely too easllj-," remarked
cx-fjovernor Anthony to-daj-. "Along about
170, I remember one jear when Wjandotte
county ruUed the largest peach crop In her
hlstor-. and It is a fact that I went out
into mi orchard one spring morning and
feaw Icicles hanging to peach branches,
-which wire at the same time In full bios.
torn, l'rult blossoms will stand un Im
mense amount of cold. After the bloom
has passed away It must grow cold enough
to frei.e young fruit liroun'h and through
before the crop can Ihi destroyed. I do not
think the Kansas fruit crop has been ser
iously impaired by tho late frosts."
llfty 'thousand Head V 111 Soon Ho Heady
u Kntci- thu I illicit Mate.
Washington, May 13. (Special.) It is es.
tlmated that there are SU.CM) head of cattle
on the Mexican border awaiting inspection
for admission. About halt aro intended
for the market, and the other half for
feeders and grazing cattle. It va an
nounced at both tho treasurj' and tho de
partmuit of agriculture to-day that ar
rangements had been computed for the
border Inspection service, and within one
week tho work would be moving ulontr
ICansvs Ctrr, Mo., May 14. Iv
7"i-i'i" ire lovft for Hit umUitr In be Mr
nml timVr.
ThrrmnmtUr itsUnUyMMmmt 61,' mirl
nwn 4I
This inorninj; wo begin a liotiwi
cleiiuinn "".alu in our Drapery depart
liu-nt. Wo'vr? lieen through tho stock
niul hiiM) taken out certain lines of
Ltoods which we shall pell this morn
ing at prices which should tuako theso
go with a rush.
An iissot Intent of 23rt ynrds of Jnpnn
erc Pr.ipcty Silks ttnimrtiM to retail nt
r.Oi-, '.i')e nnd Jl.'.'.'ii will be In this house
cleaning sale 45c
This assortment nf 2K jmrdn conslsti
of plain .Inpanesi- Drapery Silk, worth
50c: llguted .lupanese Drapery Silk,
worth S'Oc: IVrslan llgured .lapanesu
Silks, worth fl.2"i your cholco ot the lot
for 45c
35c for 12.1c.
In this House Cleaning Sale wo will
nlno offer l.,H ynidi of Japanese Silk
Ciepe which lilgh iirlced furniture
stoics say is worth n.'o n j'ard; our price
today (2KC
75c for yc.
Wo will close out to-day nn assort
ment of Kgjpllan and Tambour Snsli
I,:tce which furniture stores claim Is
worth up to T3c a j.iul; In our House
ClennliiK Sale 29c
65c and 85c for 39c.
Will also clean up two lota of colored
Scutch Mndt.is Imported to sell for 03c
iinil ."c at 39c
25c for i-c.
An assorted lot of Doited French
Swisses and Kmbrnlileivd -Mulls worth
"3c 11 jard, In our House Cleaning Sale
fer 5c
Drupei- Dept., .Id Kloor.
White I'arasnls, Indies- sire, China,
silk, white frame and liniulle. . SI. 15
Import-d Dresden, nmethyst, onyx,
agate, pearl and Ivoiv handles, with
Dent silk. Indies' ;6 inch Umlirellns. lit
tle beauties, with wood or steel rod, up
to date stjles. vvoith $3.00; now, S3. 95
For Summer
One lot of C.unas Holts, with fancy
bin klcs, worth "5c; to-day for 5c
:!.0flf) Straw Cushions for stoops.chalrs,
etc, worth 10c; now 7C
Just the thing for Milliliter.
Sterlin": Silver Belt
We will offer for sale to-daj- the best
rnllei Hun nf Stet ling Silver Holt Huckles
ev-i 1 ulliieil fur sale III the West These
an- the ik west patterns in Sleillng Sil
ir It, It Hili Lies, anil we bought these
for spot cash nt a ptiee that enables us
lo ofier j-ou Sterling Silver Holt Huekles
tn-iluy ut .1 less price thnn Jewelry
stort'H can bit- the Roods of the manu
facturer. Ill handsome Sterling Silver
licit Huekles. worth tl.-J.", and $1 So will
be sold beginning" to-d.i fur .... 79c
I'm h
T- evli.t lienvy Sterling Silver lb-It
Hiiikli-, Miuth $-'00, for SI. 35
7- Divsdin Ilnniuel Sterling Sliver
Hell ltiukles, 11 jierfeetlj handsome,
stvllsh liuikle, wotlh ?H), will be sold
for SI. 98
Pour p.irticulatly good Items for tho
n M tin co days.
lili) (Mass Deny Rets, ass.ut.d pat
terns, consisting of 1 large h"Wl and 1'-'
.small dishes G9c
W01II1 $1.25 Set.
ion Ulas.s Water or Lemonade S, ts,
assorted patterns and various e-is,
some with pltchei.s, t; tunibleis ami 11 iv,
tiiul ntheis with 1 pltchei, 2 luiiildus,
1 linger buwl and tray; ohoiic. . 79c
s, l
Hegulnr pi Ice. ; 1 .23. $l.f,0 and $17'.
ion Decorated China Hen v ,,r S.ila 1
Sets, (issiirtcd slmpes nnd l uI--uh,
consisting of 1 lingo liovvl and 1'.' small
dishes SI.49
Hegulnr pilce, $2 50.
1,000 Decorated China HnniJ nnd nut
ter rintes 10c
Hegular price, 20c each.
To-,lny at Olovo Department wo saj-
Ladies 5 hook fllace Kid Clloves in
tans, browns nnd black, JI. for... 78c
A l-alr
Ladles Hlack Silk Jersey Mitts, etr,i
iuallty for 35c
A Pair
Ladles' Taff' ta Silk drove, tans and
hlack, 50c iitutlltj-, tor .2.5p
A I'ulr
Now Here.
Tho Juno Delineatois, Ttcvlcws, etc.,
Until nay 25.
The rc.it painting, "Tho Morn
iitir of tli Crucifixion," will remain
linio until -May --. Don't fail to
seo it.
What think you of these prices?
Coin's Flnunelnl School, He
Answer to Coin's Financial School c
Marcella 19c
bl'ttli:OUS Tt
MJsM?n&Tio ,
A KASV l'HNi:i:it tiONK.
Ilr, Coopir, of Hani, tt, Hie at HU Homo
In That t'itj.
Harnett. Kas,, May 53. (Special.) Dr. O.
W. Cooper died at bis residence In this
city to-daj-, aged U7 yens. He was ono
of tho llrst settlers of Andcrt-on countj-,
arriving here in the spring of 1U, and was
ono of the founders of Harnett. He came
to Kansas from l'mnsylvanli. He
was a phjslelan by piofesslon. but de
voted moie tliuu to literary and newspa
per woik than lo medicine. He was tho
tirst treasuicr of Harnett lodge No. 1G. I,
O O. P., In lSiia. and umalucd .1 member
of that lodge until bis death. His funeral
will bo conducted by that order.
Speilal Term u( Court I'niitciicil.
South McAlcster. I. T., M.ay 11. (Special.)
Judge Smart convened a special term of
the I'nlteJ States court for the Cential
district at thh place this morning, for tho
purpose of disposing ot all cases contin
ued from last term. Tho session will last
abou4two weeks.
bcariey tlcU & Vdar.
Stafford Court House, A'a May 15.
Charles J, Sea-cey was arraigned to-day
for his participation In tho Aqula Creek
train robbeCL and pleaded guilty. The
Jury returiT1 u verdict ot guilty and
tlxed his tiwL of contlnement la the pen
itentiary a clgbt years.

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