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VOLUME XXXVIT, NO. 3J8.
KANSAS CITY, MAY 2fi, J80o. SIXTKKN PAHKS.
PKtGIO 11 V'JO O10NTS.
0 (Slit g ffttttfr ag J
THE ENTIRE STOCK
DRY GOODS COMPANY,
AND 1004 MAIN STREET;
BS8EP M tbob TRUST
SY TKCH3 TlK.E3tjE3SS, BAUaAIN-CHVINQ HXTSTIjEJJE?,,
Kfflfl SIJ 2Sr H feET
Who will wnkc the echoes In lively Kansas City and scatter the stock to the winds at
the Lloyd-Latz-Thompson old stand, Main Street, near Tenth, beginning
AT HALF-PAST NINE TO THE MINUTE, NOT BEFORE.
BARGAINS THAT BEGGAR DESCRIPTION WILL BE GIVEN!
ML'-JVin Pnn'f A-frnWl To miss this Salo unloss you aro made of monoy
ffliat? JLOll JtlU. b jtiliUlU and don't caro a snap what you pay for goods.
You'll now find tho storo changed.
You'll now find tho prices changed.
Mado to sell out this mammoth stock in quick
You knew Lloyd-Latz-Thompson's storo.
You know Lloyd-Latz-Thompson'a stock.
Of courso you did.
Well, tho Lloyd-Latz-Thompson storo, tho Lloyd-Latz-Thompson
stock wero transferred bodily to Evan
Lloyd by tho baud of Trustco Chas. B. Adams.
HIGH GRADE STOCK
is marked down to next door to nothing.
GET UP EARLY
to-morrow morning, get all prepared to make a bco
lino for, and bo at tho
at nine-thirty to tho minute.
Come Expecting Bargains!
Don't expect too little, you'll not cxpoct too much, for
you never saw, you never heard, of such
A Bargain Constellation
High Class Dry Goods Store.
Exclusive Dry Goods Store,
and catered for tho trade of pcoplo who buy only fash
ionable goods for tho trado of pcoplo who buy goods
of superior qualities only.
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Silks,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Black Goods,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Col. Dress Goods,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Linens.
(Splendid Linens they wero, too.)
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Muslins,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Sheetings,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Heady Mado Sheets,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Flannels,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Quilts,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Blankets,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Comforters,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Hosiery,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Underwear,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Corsets,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Handkerchiefs
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson had tho exclusivo agonoy
in Kansas City for tho salo of
The Genuine Foster Paul Kid Gloves,
recognized tho world over as
THE BEST KID GLOVES MADE.
These peorless Kid Gloves will go into the whirl
pool of bargains, as will everything olso in this clioioo
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Notions,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Ribbons,
Lloyd-Latz-Tliompson sold Laces,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Embroideries,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Umbrellas,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Cloaks,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Ladies' Waists,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Ladies' Wrappers,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Lace Curtains,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Portieres,
Lloyd-Latz-Thompson sold Window Shades.
IN DRY GOODS
And Sold Everything Cheap,
quality considered, but
prices on tho Lloyd-Latz-Thompson stock will bo
"OUT OF SIGHT" in Their Cheapness.
Clnick Full of Bargains.
TOP Muslins, Sheetings, Pillow Casings'
Blankets, Flannels, Comfortablcsi
FLOOR. Cotton Battings.
FJlAlliftl Silks, Dress Goods, Linings, Linens,
"Wash Goods, Corsets, Ladies' Mus
FLOOR. l' UmlQrwo.ii', Notions, Ilosiory, Un
derwear, Ribbons, Laces, Trimmings.
FOSTER PAUL'S KID GLOVES,
Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Parasols, Gents' Furnish
' Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Wrappors,
Ladies' Suits, Cloaks, Skirts,
Ladies' Winter Cloaks,
Ladies' Capes, Portieres, Window
Curtain Poles, Dotted Swiss Mus
lins, Scrim, 'Pablo Oil Cloths,
Floor Oil Cloths, Draperies, Silk
alines. If You're Afraid of a Crowd
Come early, as later in tho clay tho Btors will be
jammed to tho doors, but with
A Triple Force of Salespeople
all will bo waited on quickly courteously.
THE DOORS MY HAVE TO BE CLOSED AT TIMES
To prevent overcrowding, but If you aro outside stand in line. You'll
be admitted very soon.
TO THE TICK OF THE CLOCK, WHEN
The Greatest Bargain Sale Ever Known in Kansas City
SOME GOOD THINGS TO BUY !
Tho Store fairly ItrUtlr With Article nf Mniiey'Sinlng tiitirnt. Till Wrik Utcrr
Drpnrtinciit Mil. .tildi'd It (Jimlii nf ItiirgiiliK 11 lid tin- tiriinil Total
Mill I'rutr n .liijmn .snrprlin In .Ml t.'iinii'M.
Dress Goods Donutlcs.
Staple fabric and novelties In nil the
patterns mill shades thnt are protty tit
prices timl will make a willing purchaser
All wool ciintlles In light and ilnrk color.",
luuny ugurrs nun poma uots,
worth (Vie, nt....
M Inch Illack Silk nml Wool C're
Poll, rrduccd from Il.fid In..
15 Inch Hl.iek Wool Crepon. extra
tiuauty, worm NjO, in.. ............
1 iot Inch lllack Wool Serge,
21 Inch mack Taffeta Silk?, fcc ami
worth Jl ami Sl..
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
1 lot ladles' Laundered Shirt Wnlsto. hand
some utrlpes and fancy figured effects,
large sleeves and latest styles; J
roriner price fc.v, now -rJl
CO dozen ladles' White Aprons, with deep
embroidery, tucked, hemmed nnd
open laeo workj were 13c, ni.
now. , .11
Uest summer Corset ever offered, 1Q,
good ";o value, for -rZrj
MIs'ps' Jersey ltlbbed Vests, Be. Cc and ye.
Uullcn'roKtilar 12'4C .lerscy Itlhbed O-,
Vests, tape bound, for U(j
Uadles" .Muslin Drawers, lucked, nulled,
embroidered nnd plain stitched, Of
worth Kc, for .Jt
ladles' ttonso Slippers, Just the yiOr,
thing for summer, all sizes, only HnI
Ladles' Dongola Kid Strap Slippers, fancy
bow and buckle, a very comfortable slip
Special value at "oC
In this lot we orter tho best values of any
house In the city at the price, consisting
of Ladles' Oxford Tics In black nnd tan
colors, kid and cloth top, all styles of
toes, plain nnd patent tip. yotlr 0 0
choice at &)OC
Ladles' line Kid 1'rlnce Alberts (elastic
sides) black and tan, Imitation button,
Special value at Si .49
Men's well mnde House Slippers, Rood
comfortnblo styles, all sizes, AJ7 r.
Other Bis: Snaps.
Uest Indigo Illue Prints- j
501 pairs Nottingham Lice Curtains, tape
bound, cream and white, f.9c, Mic, 9$c,
$1.2.1, $1.33 up to J1.S9, Just half their ac
Special lot of f'ollon Chain Straw Malting
at sir, 2,v and ftv yard.
1 lot Chenille Portieres, from New York
auction, heavy fringe and various col
ored borders, JI.OS, J2.T5 and J2.t'S, worth
Pure Coaeoanut Oil Soap, 12 bars
In box, per box...,
too pounds best Turkish Dates at,
13.tra heavy yard wide Un
bleached Muslin, per yard,,.,.,.,
Former price 6Ue yard.
10-1 Illeaehed Sheeting, worth I0s
Men's line Cotton llo.e In tans, double
neei nun toe, worm iipjc pair
1 lot Pongees In handsome llowercd efTeets.
m.ule to sell at 12',4c Vr
For , j
The newest thing for boys mouse Shirt
Waists In handsome stripes and figures,
that would bo a bargain at n?c - I rr
Men's Hornet Flannel Shirts, Q3-
worth Wc, for mJj
Sowing Silk, 2 spools for 3c.
Ladles' Hose Supporters with belts at lr.c.
Leather Shawl Strap at lr.c.
Newest thine In Side Combs at 6, 10, 12'A,
15, IS, 23 and 27c a pair.
Little prices on Standard Clnorts.
i'if for Paine's Celery Compound, worth
7V for Lydla K. Plnkham'a VeRCtable
Compound, worth $1. ...
f.V for 1 oz. bottle P. & W, Quinine,
12'o for Allcock's Porous Tlasters,
Hero wo stretch Krentest buying capacity.
Kxtra heavy retlnned two tpinrt Cups,
One uuart covered Palls, regular price
10c, on sale 2c each.
Uest rotlnned Jelly Pans, 10x11, at 3c
A full lino of Oil Stoves at 45. 72, 70c and
COO Hardwood Chop Howls at S, 10 and
Tj") Japanned Cuspidors at So each.
Special price on llnmmoeks, Mexican sea
Brass, at f2, C2, 72 and 'Jc.
Heavy retlnned Uolleis, No. S, at G2c;
Yon can save 25 per cent bv buying your
window screens nnd doors here.
Of Coiir.o Anything Vim Don'l I.lko llrlng Ilnrk anil Jrt Your llom-y fur II.
lioo-noa JviA-iisr street.
1 & , ,
Don't 1'orKf 'o Comn nnd .Son tlio Rprclal
1t:irnln.H lutul.iy at
Wlinlis;iln nml Itelnll Jeweler.
1017 n.'tin Street.
Illustrated Culaliiguu .llnlleil l"reo.
IZTii . I J
Our New Izzer Buggy you can find &
out by writing for cut and description. $80.
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tJpvt i U.. l-IJ- PKUMANKNTLY Cured by tho Klectropolje. f
HI lnfnlliriG rlflnlL All those who are victim to thli fearful malady E
N ' ,u P,,,,,v '" tin obtain radical and permanem cure by uilng fc
H the "Potiie." It has performed some remarkable cures lu tlih city One, a case of 10 years' f1
standing, was cured maiue 01 w aays. m,3iigii. nim ior our ooou.
J. B. SULLIVAN, 317 Ridge Building, Kansas City, Ho.
w.vitniiN iiiiAHi: i'trrri:i til.
Iln Talks n If lip Intruded In I'lmditrt Ibr
Topck.i, Kas., May 2S.-(Sperlal.) The
Indolence with which Warden Chaso Is
d. rying Ooternor Morrill's order of sus
pension, Mistnlned as Ihc warden Is by the
Populist board of penitentiary directots,
In ty be understood from thu following
nrili-lr published In an evening paper here;
WaMen Chase was In Topeka on bis way
homo fiom (luthrle, O. T., and he showeil a
ri poller a draft for $2,0O0, which he had
piillei'tril at (luthrle from the territory of
Oklahoma for boarding Oklahoma prison
ors at the Kansas penitentiary.
Warden Chase said: "1 have Jtut tnadn
Oils eollei-tlon nml there Is more than H1I1
nmount due from the same source which
will hi! collected w II bin the next ipiarter.
Thorp are nvsiity-nlx Oklahoma prlsonets
In our penitentiary. I am running the
penitentiary Just as usual and am not in
tha Unst handicapped by the refusal of
the administration to allow the salaries.
1 am paying all the salaries regularly and
my own with an much regularity as tho
"If I an; left alone I will be able to turn
a pretty good balance over to tho state
pi pry month."
In regard to the result of his Investi
gation and his ultimate removal as wnrd"ti,
Mr. Chase s.ild; "I am not worried about
this thing;" and turning to Captain John
Si a ton. who as present, he said, "lly the
way. Captain. I want you to conn over
and eat Christmas turk"y with us at the
penitentiary. 1 know It Is a little early for
Chilstmas Invitations, but wi expect to
Imvu an elaborate spread nnd I want you
to bo on hand."
MUi Warren Iteiippiilitted
Topeka, Kas., May 2.",. (Special.) Miss
Warren, of Topeka, who w.ih matron of
the Insane asylum during former Itepubll
1'iiti administrations, baa been teappolnUd
to her old position, made vacant by the
resignation of .Mrs. l'aek. Assistant
Superintendent Dr.Anna Knlbrrgand Stew
ard llntler also teMgncd. and their reslg
natlona have been incepted, but their
places will not be filled until the Juno
meeting of the board of charities.
Omaha, Mny 2.1. It rained In many parts
of tho state last night and continues In
the western counties to-day. At North
Platte an Inch of rain fell In an hour, folk
county recolved a drenching, Crop pros
pects are materially Improved.
Of all the senseless twaddle ever In
dulged In, to bring trade, Is now being
done by tho Meii-Mllllner-Shoe Stores.
There Is no 2.1 per cent ndvnneo In
shoes; 10 per cent Is the top mark
matiufaeturers ask of shoe dealers. (And
we have placed our fall orders at old
prices or better.) If tho M. M. S. S.
are as easily fooled as they think their
customers are, they may pay 2o per
We always did think they paid too
much for shoes and sold them too high.
Sensible people have given tip trying
to get much blood out of turnips, and
so they buy their shoes where business
principles prevail mid where cash meth
ods save them 20 per cent, at Head
quarters, Oviatt Shoe Company,
1 III.", MAIN SI',
The Old Reliable
The Best Medium First
Class Pianos in the Mar
ket, can only be found at
Mason & Hamlin Go.
1012 WAINUT ST., - KANSAS CITY, MO.
Clili lirriug Hall,
OF KANSAS CITY.
A Ilome Company organized under tho Insurance Laws of Missouri.
All Modern and Progressive l
'Protection and Security"
MAJOR WILLIAM WARNER, President, S, E, RUMBLE, Secretary,
TEL. 2159. 327 SHOIDLBY BLDQ.
i:xri:uiKNCEii agknts u.vn bKcuitrc uood coxthaots.
WIX fcV - 4ft
I'erfoct bearings is tho "WHY." We are
Fill Orders Promptly
l-'or tbertti I'njiiilar Whculi
Don't forget Urn l!l.i:Yi:i.AM SWi:i.I,
.SI'IUMAI.. Tbn top Hotelier nf 1HU3.
i..iiii:.y svi:m. sriX'iAi..
Complete Repair Shop.
Vliolruilo unci Itetall lllejclin mid
704 AUnin St. Sijtn Hip; Knife.
(Itlryili.1 to rent, Ht I'.irkir'a Ihfry
burn, I Stli anil L'uiiipbell .sin.)
I'roperly fitted, properly lined, properly
put together, oiiKht to bring a popular
price. It was "marked by a gentleman
On the Corner
That the old saying "Fine feathers make
tine birds" was demonstrated by u gi title
man lie knew who bought a suit at
10th and Baltimore
And really paid about a third less than
ho would have if he had paid Main street
prlcs. The rirni of whom he bought was
IS ' "
Do you See Those Men?
Tlmy have been decorating'.
One decorated the town red
in his youth. The other has
just decorated himself in one
of our vS-j Dress Stats. They
are brothers Wise Williams
and Weary Williams. Wise
Wiiliams is advising Weary to
do likewise. And he will do
likewise, tells him so If you
are wise you will do likewise.
Our $20 and $'jj Dress and
Business suits decorate men
F. B. ROBINSON
Tim M0H'r:itlwi Tiitlitn.
824 Delaware St.,
.irvr ittn.mv tin: .it nition.
THE BATTLE OF THE BLUE.
Topidia Wilt Dnlli'ittt' 11 Miiiiiiutritt tn Iter
CltUons Willi IV 1 1 III Ih.i' Mem-
Topeka, Kits., May L'.". (Special.) While
I.awrenci' la dcdlcatliifj Iter inontitiicnt
to the martyred dead, Topeka al.o will
unveil a memorial to her cltlxens who
fell In the llaltle of the IJlue, n battle
fnmotis as checking the advance of CJ011
crnl l'llce In Kaneim.
The monument lu be unveiled on Dec
oration day In the gift of O. O. Ciage, of
'I'opekit, who wtin 11 private noldler lit
the Second ICansan militia, which took
a prominent part In the campaign
The battle of the Itlue was fought on
October '!", 1SUI, on Missouri noil, and the
Second regiment. In which were u large
number of btiMlnes.i men of Topeka, ami
farmers of Shawnee county, took ti
prominent part, Colonel Veaie being In
command of the regiment. Colonel
Venlo'H soldiers were btougltt into 11
linnd-to-hnm! conlllet with the rebels,
nnd a number were killed. They were
burled at Wyandotte, but In the middle
of the next winter the bodies were taken
up and Interred In the Topeka cemetery
with the highest military honors. They
were all burled In one lot nnd Mr. Gage's
monument Is erected on that lot.
The monument which Mr. Gage has so
generously erected at Ills own expense
will cost nearly JS.000. It Is mado of,
ilnesl granite from the quarries of llar
rle, Vt will bo twenty feet high, Includ
ing 11 large statue of a private soldier
which forms the plniuiele. t'lie base will
bo seven nnd one-half feet square and
the entire monument will weigh thirty
tuns. It will be appropriately inscribed,
including' the names of th twenty-live
soldiers who lost their lives In this
cruel battle. It will lie the Illicit monu
ment In Kansas, and so far as history
records It Is tin- only monument erected
by a private soldier In honor of bis dead
comrades. It Is not only 11 testimonial
to tin- courage and valor of the Soldiers
of the Second regiment, but It Is a mon
ument to the generosity and patriotism
of li. G. Gnge, who is one of th- pi uieer
citizens of Toieka, and has been Ps
steadfast friend from the earlb st days.
The ceremonies at the cemetery will
be presided over by Colonel George .
Veale, of Topeka, who was commander
of the Second Kansas. Orations will be
delivered by General .1. C. Caldwell,
Unwell .tones and others, lienor il ,li
Shelby, who was In comma ml "f tho
rebel films' in front of the Second Kan
sas, has accepted an Invitation to bo
present. As Is the custom, th- graves
will lie decorated In the morning, an 1
nt l:"u o'clock, in the afternoon .1 para le
composed of old soldiers, school cliti in n
nnd various secret toetetles, in charge
of Major T. J. Amb rson, will mar. i 10
80th and Walnut.
Cabinet Photographs 3.00 per doz
en. Proof shown and alt
C.si;y AT TIR HAT.
They nil kt ow mltfhty Casey and his
trutibles. We cure ltupltiro without fall.
No dettntioii from business no knife
, no pain,
F. M. DeBORD,
PAINTS, GLASS, ROOM
MOLDING AND WALL PAPER.
Tel. (999, (113-15 Walnut it,
Garf3fch and Nichols
Homiiy fi4t, fr'41 and .1IM1,
New Jtldgo llullding.
KtablUhi-d I SSI.
Ten days' sale on 300,000 rolls of Wall
Good wall paper for 3'.;0 per roll,
10c gilt wall paper for 7bc per roll.
3c, 3jij and 40o varnished gold paper with
lS-iuch border to match, for 15c per roll.
COc ami 73o specials, -".'-1 nc!i wide, for 30
George 1 Potvlti.
Wholesalo and Itetall Dealer,
1221 Grand Avenue.
Mall orders solicited. Send Sc (or sua-
PURE ICE CREAM AND ICES.