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TIIK KANSAS ONT JOURNAL, THURSDAY. A I 01 ST 1, l8o.
TO CLOSE THE GAPS.
COtTNOtt, Wll.l. ACT UPON Tilt: M'(.
llhSTtUN I Oil SI 01 I.MAI 10 I'AMMI.
WILL IMPROVE MANY STREETS,
r.uixii iti mii.1'1 io.ss am otitii-
..NUi:s IN I.Asl MtlllTS HttlHlUr.
J 1 ,.ltit Itnilin lfnf ml I tin tl , it :. a fit- 11,1a
IT r0 I leht niul t'ftUn ('ttmtt in' Hrillliutif
to ft t ,nniiiilHn--nrth li-r
ruin ltrutltittmi 1-o Itn
In the nroccHltiKs of the tn houfs of
hc city council tuft c Filing l fdtiiiil tho
Krutlfslnp proeit of th" niloptlon of tho
BiigKctlotii made bv the .loiirmil rcRanlltiK
f the stcir. itlo work of afreet Improve
ment Street ill the ImMne! elhitrlct of
tho city were ilcclirctl business street
lint! orvlerrj pnvesl lit, tho honnl of public
works, al I In tminy other places In the
business t jrtlon of the city, ns well nn
i yi f v in 'tin- residence iiitn , mix dciwccii
M I -i jmed portions of streets were closed up,
I lPi kft nraklnK continuous pavlnff of a uniform
I lit! Mi thnr.icter.
w'1"-!' ll ', "',t KUC ,vor,c ns t'mt "mt ' 1P"
f , 4 Mred b) the cUl7cns, It ninke the paie'il
portion ot hip enj more nitracme, mora
valuable to eery iMU'cti nnil more beauti
ful nml desirable In ticrv mi). It Is In
nceonl nice with modern Ulcus and pr.ic
tlces of Ilrst-clft m e'ltlm, ami .ios how'
promptly the city father are to take ml.
vantage of pvorj'UiiiiK that Is calculated
1o advance the luleret of tho city In
fictienil. Such nn nctlon Is u prompt ic
ipone t tl wlho of the people for
the bet t,f method 'he syslun.itlc pio
Krcss of public work ..i the clt and the
niHnneetnent of their Intel csts, and the
preservation of that pleasing i poet of tho
city that Is desired bv every (rood cltl?cn.
In the two house last evenlm; oidinnn
ccs and resolution, provldlm for piviiiK
he following utieetf", wne Introdiii'nl:
Hrondnaj from Sixth ' Tenth with
asphalt. Till closes up i pap In that
Mreet. Wubnsh from Sixth to i'ltrhtli
with a.sph lit. Thl close up a gap them.
Ninth Horn Iore-t to I.vtlli with asphalt.
Tills closes seieril pips In the side street
and Is ultimately to close up and connect
mother Ioiir strotch of eontliiiioiis pivlns
on ith it street JeffeiMin from Poiuteentn
to Sixteenth with nsplnlt This clost.s a
cap between two plied portions. Troost
from Twelfth to Nineteenth with nsphilt.
Summit from Klchteenth to Twentieth
with asphalt Wjandntte from Ninth to
Twelfth with asphalt dosing a i;ip.
Campbell fiom Sixteenth to I'lRhteenlh
with asphalt Ti.icy from Twelfth to
Fifteenth with asphalt Ontin! from Sixth
to Ninth was declared a business street
mid oiilercd pnd b the hoard of pub
lic works In a proper m inner Tenth
street fiom Or mil to lsiriist was uKo In
e Hided, ns w(.i( as rnuij alios down In
Hie biislnc-s illstilctt, while J.jillu Horn
Twcntv-third to Twentj-llfOi, and rioi.i
from Nineteen' h Iv Tiicntj-llfth were oi
dered Improve' ny pilnj; with miciidim
Aldeiman ! loner kept the wood work
colnir by apiin t.lrtln,- tho work for tho
p-nlnK of rifteenth --treet oer the en
tile unpixed dlstiince firi VlrBlnli -.0-jiiip
to the clt limits He Is determined
that stieot shall bo Improved, and he feels
(ertnln th.it the effort to be m ide In tint
direction Is centiln to be suclc-sCuI He
lilms tint certain stubborn opposition
tli it ha been huitful In the pnst Is now
out of the wa mid that success i al
The pal!ijr of Oik street from rifteenth
to Nineteenth stieet with macadam, thit
was Htaited. recently, w-m defented by
the upper house, for the leason that the
tontractor.s weie not willlnK to accept
tho usual form of contract is leuds the
inalntopcince clause. Tnere hae ' en over
n million ot do u worth of imp ement
tnade tti?'er that tlise. nnd t'rcslili lit
Tiu nan 't the chnlt to protest to the
bouse aiiy!'-"t the adoption of npei l.il
lauses fo comfort of contractois
Theie was no necil of it. he mid, and he
was upheld ami the ordln nue doleited,
The luiiiin wlr
done by another con-
In tbu Tpprr llnusi.
Sev.n members of the upper house spent
two bonis hist evcnlnu lonslilciIiiK and
dlsposniK of loiitluc business th it had ac
cumuhted In the box. Theie was notlilUK'
of ffreit Import. ince 111 tho lmdBit. mil
et evt-ij Him of business befoie the hojiso
whs intei iitliis
lderman Alortrm came In with a it so
lution sptthiB aside $,"001 with which to
construct four tlie ilstoins In the West
bottoms. In supporting; it he took occasion
to tramp xeij haul on Aide" i.iu Shlnnltk'h
toes aiul that KeutUiuan muillnted b clo
fentlnc the elfou to huii it along, and
sendlnc: It to a lommlttee, much to Alder
m in Moi pan's ilisgust
The oidlnance approprlitlng Jfi.W) for the
new addition to the clt hospital was
biought up nnrt on llu.il leading It was lost
In Aldeiman Morrison voting against It.
The vote was iiulikls leionsldeicd -and tho
ordlnaiii-o was again refened, and will
come up for pisnge when theie are more
membeib of the housi prtent
.Mivor Davis .sent In the name ot t. W.
I.ongwell for Utv f omptiollei, and tho us-
f . H , lt l u.ici null ,vun Jltin V
i. lH k The resolution of tin- puk bo-itd, desg-
f ()) Paling the bounduiies of the West Illulf
t nBli park was lectlved mid lllnl It pi ov ide
I VI i foi the paik to ooLiipv piopirtj on the
i S bluff from Seventh and Penu south to Sev
An cffoit w is m ide to locale an eleetiic
llgbt at Thirteenth and Washington streets,
but It was defeated, owing to the objection
of cfrt iln propel ty owners The offer ot ('.
13 lllilllhain to compile the cilj oidlnance
for nothing, save the compensation of the
tvpowrlter and Htenogiuphei was leeched,
lie estlm ited the expense at Sw), to be
paid at clo-e of the woik The proposition
to pave Oak street from rifleinth to Nine
teenth with in icadam was defeated, owing
to the fact that the contiactois lefuaed to
make the usual guarantee for m iluteu im e.
Tho aldermen decided thev would mike no
deviations fiom the established nile th it
had been In fotce all the time The woilc
l to be delived, but another resolution to
pave Is to bo put through at once and the
improvements made b boiiio other cun
iractor Aldeimin Slorgan wanteil four tire ls
teins. put down in the West bottoms and
J'ioOO anpropilited foi that puipo.e Aldir
man Shinulek s.ild soiuetliliig about tho
lire deputment overdrawing Us allow amo
nnd Moigan went at him nuher -vigorously
ami said that It was Shlnuluk that brought
forwaid tho resolution coiueinlng tho piy
of III emeu that cost the eltj td.WO per nu
llum Till.-, made Khliiulck waim and ho
made a shaip replj, cilticlslng the Hio do
n.irlment cxnenses and Aldermin Aliirtr.ni.
and on tho votn suiteeded In deteatlng tho
mutter and had It go the usu il way to the
committee. Iluttlg siippoited It, for tho
purpose of doing tho fall thing bj the men
who pay such heavy insuiance In that part
of the citj
A resolution loenf z an operating room
and chapel In tho n million to the city hos
pital was intiodueed and tent to the lln.inco
committee, and a iisolutlon lequlrlng tho
Tlelt line to eiect a new bildge over Mcdeo
Mreet was al.so ent to the ptoper commit
tee, III tho l,otl 1 lloile,
Tho lower houso council chumber was,
filled xv 1th oratoiy laat night This, was
i allied bv n dllfuencu of opinion among
the menibeis .is legauls the action that
should be talon upon the ordinance, grant
ing tho Kansas City Uas Ut;ht and Coko
Company u fiancliUe, vvlikh was t,ent In
tiom tho upper house, Aftei u protracted
deba the uidinauce was refeittd o the
gas committee, with Instructions to r-iit
at tho next meeting, which will probably
be held Moiidaj,
The council chamber was lilted with
bpocUitois at tho timet the oidluanco was,
Introduced, lleprosentatives of tho Mis
souii Gas Company, lepresciitutlvcs of the
Kansas. City fius Light and Coko Company,
and members of the upper house, which
passed tho ordinance) last 1'ilduy nlslit,
and a. Urge number of disinterested per
sons had gathered to teu tome of tho mem
bers of the houso use the knives they wire
earning up their sleeves. Councllm lit
Itelger was the Hist to get the Hoot when
the title ot the ' dliiauce wa.s lead. He
moved that It be leferied to tho gas com.
Hilttee uutouditlonallv, Tills did not meet
with he approval of Councilman lliown,
who s ted that the eis, question Had been
before the house fur ome time, und that
all the menibeis weie perfectly familial
with tho ordinance. Then he suggested us
an amendment that the committee be in
structed to renort at the next meeting of
the council, 'llio ordinance, ho said, was
exactly the sama as. iat granted tho Snv
der peonle and the .omu.ittec was bum
clently fumlllar with It to consider it in
the time that intervenes before tho next
1 This statement biought Counciluua Kid-
well to hi feet. ' It I ner(cl by omi"
nlil he, "that thl frinrhlo I nn PTftrt
copv ot the one granted the sinvder people
That I not the cne It dirfcr In mnnv re.
pect, nnd the committee nin need more
time than until tho nrtt meeting"
"The member of Ihe honoe," replied
Councllmnn Hronn, "have considered the
pa mutter Mr nt leant len niontho, and
ther" Is nb luti-ly no reason for further
deluv Hi the i nr The nirtvor will call a
meeting of the i mini II In nbmil live rln
n Im been his cui,im, nnd that will give
the commute" nmple time to iire iion
n rcwrt Connclltnnn Ktdwell helped drift
the Snvder ordlnnme, nnd thl nne I ex
nctlv the fame Thereforo, It cannot be
on hi own at count that he nsks for an
oxlenplon of the time
"It I of (treat intercut lo llio c'lv and
the rlllren tint till frietile lw gnnteil.
Cltiren' afllilavlt reirniillnR our wtlllnn
lies to grant this roinpnii) i franchise
nre tiion the tccord of the supreme court
as evidence In the gas litigation, nnd
doubtless bid some weight 111 the cno
Whv. IIimi, should we not take up thl
mutter in n dignified mnniicr, und grant
the frniichlse asked for?
'The nilvnntnws of such n niovo nro
Plain It Insures dollar go and it ome
Tin to are certain restriction nnd safe
gunrd that fullv protect the cltj's inter
ets In the mitter, nnd that 1 nil wo have
to look nrter "
Councllmnn I'enderinist nsked' "How do
wt know that It will be live dn until the
next meeting I called The major mny
call It lo-ni-orrow What would (ho com
mittee do In that ense? '
"The house would accept an ctcuo from
the committee under such circumstance,"
rispondeil Councilman Hrown
"I would like to n somi thing on thl
question," Interrupted Speaker Stoner, and
Iip snld "evetal thing They weie mostly
regarding hi generil views upon tho pass
nge of the ordinance, and not upon the
ninendmcnt. Then he suggestol stotne
chane,es tint might be made In the ordi
nance, and ald tint the ordinance n It
now stooil wn not a filr otic, and tint he
did not want to vote on It just at preeni
Seeing that the wpenker had gotten so far
away from the subject without belns
called down, Councilman Kldwpll scoured
the lloor nnd donned his position on the
ordinance lie claimed to be In favor of
giving the old comtutiv a frnnchle, but
not the one proposed lie snld that all the
old compmv asked was that the conn-It
be fair with the ill Then Councilman Kid
well relieved himself ot thl: "Since Noah
lloated In the ntk, since thl fair lind wa.s
discovered bj th it fenrles nnvlgitor,
Christopher Colutnhuss since our forefath
er first put their feet upon the Plymouth
rock, tho siren King of tho gas trust has
been "He filr with us ' "
The hush that followed this utteram e
could he Mt Councllmnn Howmnn re
lleved the embarrassment of the sltinllnn,
however, b) speaking upon the motion
"I think thl nutter cm b? ettMl In live
das if bundled Hi a biislncss-llke man
ner," ald he "It we strip the thing of
ltn technicalities. It Is not such n dillh nit
tisk The house ha certalnlv had pb-nt)
of time to consider the question The m it
ter was before It before I came Into It,
and 1 nm afraid that some of the members
are biased. Another thing I that our
constituents are beginning to get tired of
so much del.!) They expect us to do
something, nnd xvo should .is soon ns
possible Another thing Is that there are
Insinuation thit money Is being used
to delay this fianchlse, ind I am In favor
of a hpeedv report from the committee."
Then Speaker Stoucr spoke from the
chair- "Dr. How min." ho snld, "no mit
ter what a man does, he will citeh thun
der ns long as Kansas City Is composed of
the kind of ns long is the new simper are
what the) are" .lust whit Speaker Stoucr
Intended to a) when he suddenly checked
himself and tinned his batteries on the
newspaper will piobiblv never be known,
but It is possible that the rem irk would
not hnvc been complimentary to the com
munlt) at large
"I don't see what all this hum Is nbout,"
broke In Councllm in ICIdwell before Speak
ei htoner hid finished. "I think the com
mittee should be given more tlm "
"I don't think theie I an) dinger of
the committee not being able to report,"
(aid Councilman Mronn. who Is i halrm in
ot the ga committee, and the vote on the
amended motion wab t iken. It was Axes,
Brown, I'endergast, How man, Olson, Craig
nnd Stoner N.i), Itegan, Kidwdl and
Tho house refened tho North ternce
lesolutlon, which has been ndopti d bv the
uppei house to the puk committee with
out even one disputing vohe, wheie it
w is expected their would be .t big light.
This was p.irtinilly the result ot acampilgn
of iducitlon the paik Iwird ha. carried
oib in the ptst few da)s. The board h i
explained the situation to m iilv eviiy
member of the houe. and )osteidav aft
ernoon there wn a protracted meeting in
the- park loirds looms Thoe at the
meeting utile Commlslonois C implied,
Van limn, Cllllmm audi Armoui, Secie
t ir Kissler, Counellmen How mm, Craig,
Olson, HiTvwn, Kldwetl Stoner, Attorney
n J Haft and Assistant Cltv Counselor
Clinnce I'nlmei Alderm in Monlson was
in attcndnnce most of the time, while Al
flcitmn Th man nnd llnttl dropped in for
n tew niltiulis. ,t this lonftrone the
count Union were convlrrceil that the pirk
bond was light In the North teirace mat
in So the) pushed the ternce along list
Tin- house aNo consldeied resolutions for
"Tho ilrove" ami "The Via 1 " Tht sp
weie ilso sei t to the paik committee, but
nftt'ivvnrtl all p-irk iisolutlon except the
Noith teinite it solution, weie retonsld
eivd. adopted nnd tent to tht' uppt 1 hoiHC
The cltv hill park also come up before
the house It was. decided b) the council
thit the park board should pav for the
cost or (instructing this dimple on the
do's face, and the (It) will relnmbiii-e It
xv hen the gpneial fund Is in a better condl- j
tlon than at present
Tho house oi tit red $t),0o0 appiopiiated
from the expense department to pay for
the- ccrsti action of the addition to the
c li x- hosp'tal It also adopted a resolu
tion to nppropilite JI 2i to p.i) to the ts
InHo of Willi tin r Wnnl, for local ser
xtesi rentlcred to the clt) bv XIr Wilt!
The Ninettenth mreet p iv lug was bc
fene the house again, also It was In the
foi m of mi oidinainc lo leptxil an ordi
nance to pave th, sMieet with bilek The
otiiinante wsus p isscd
AN UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE.
Mrs. Ami i Al 1 1 It r s, ,,, hlt VV .ilking
Near llio Klw r and lut.tii to l'o
lit e lit adiiiui Icrs.
Mrs Anna Mlllei, wife of Oscar Miller,
a bartender at MurriD's saloon, coiner
of Hroidwiy and I'lfth stieet, )cstciiny
afteitiooii hid an unpleasant expeiieme
while taking a walk along the Missouri
liver b nils, close to the Hannibal bridge,
about l o'eloi k Hemv Humes, u llslier
m in, noticed Mrs Miller standing on the
bank of the ilver near the Hannibal bridge
Dining the )eais that Iliimts has fished
fiom tho bulk of the river at that pi ico
he has seen many women stand where
Mis Miller stood and then suddenly jump
into tho ilvei Onl) a shoit time ago he
watt lied uufoitiiiiatn Ann i Mevus piepaie
for her fatal plunge Sineo tli.it time he
has voivtd that whenevei he sees i wom
an that looks us though she intdituud sui
cide, standing near the ilvei, he would
pi event hei. Acioitllngls he uppioiehtd
Mrs Miller from behind, and, suddenly
springing foi ward, might lur mound the
waist Then he veiled with all tho sti.ngth
of an ux.ti.im dlniti not nd pah of lungs
until John Dodson, of No, fj5 Hast nt tli
stieet, and Ollbei Keenan i.in to the
scene. To them risheinian Jliiines t x
plalned tho situation, and in spite of Mrs
Miller's protests, she was put into tho
patrol wagon and taken to polleu head
quarters. L'pon airlvlug theie, she sent a
messenger to her husband, who succteded
in convincing tho police oillclals that ills
wife did not Intend to eomiiilt suicide.
A TRUANTJOY KILLED,
Martin lloiiiull, Who II in Aw.i) I rum IIU
Union In I Ills (II), M.cts IIU llcalli
While Miallug u Ithlt,
Word reached this city jcttcrdiy fore
noon that .Mai tin lloiiuell, the 15-) car-old
boy who run awny froni his home, at No.
JCJi Ilroudway, iieMily Aonths ugo, had
been iiwlaul) Killed iC inllo cist of Mar
shall, -Mo, Tuesday night, while stealing a
tide on u Chicago d Alton pahsenger train,
llonnell, in company with two uiciit boaid
ed the jillut of the ciin-lno at Slutei, .lust
befuro Muishuli was reached the engines
wtiuck a cow, which caused the accident,
llonnell and emu of tho men were Killed,
while the othei man was. p.uiiy hurt. .Mr,
Caiollnu llonnell, jountr Hoiiiicll's giand
moilier, said )e'stetduy that she had heird,
iiuthlug of hen gixinilson since he left homo
unitil sho received tho news of hi death.
Ills body will bu brought to this, city for
AWAKENED BYA BURGLAR,
Mrs. llregg'a (m renin I riglitintd the 'I hlif,
l limn (liilj lluoly Was it u (lid Pair
of hoite nntl o I', utd.
At an eaily hour etenlay morning,
Mis. Claik Uiegg, pf 1U7 Mlchlgun avenue,
uvvoko to Und u buiglar bending
ovci her bed, with his face al
most agulust her cheek. Her scirams
of liight uvvoko her husband, und
also caused tho burglar to make his es
capo b) spilugliig through the open bed
room window A bcaich of the house
showed that tho thief hud tukcu with him
only an old pulr of shops und a pocket
book toutuluiut; 1) LClltS.
EXPLOSION AT GAS WORKS,
MMIIU.NVS III I tt'l! Al MUST AMI
OAMI'lll.1,1, stltl.CIS l)l.lltOM:l).
Uiilrlinini Imld llnrtis I hrotrn llimn n
I light of stairs nnd Injured Prompt
Hurk of the I Ire Hep irliurnt
Sird Im Plant.
An crp!o1on oceurrod nt 12 10 o'clock
thl morning In the olllto building of tho
Knn.i City git works, on l'lrt trret
between Campbell nnd (Illll street". The
explosion entirely wrecked Ihnl imrtlon of
the biilldltig which Is uetl for ollleo pur
pose. David Hums, emplo)od ns night
watchman nt the gas p'an was the only
person henr the onV jiiIM g nt tho time
ot the explosion - wna ten going up
the rear steps' front i.nd rear brick
walls of the u ,e room vere blown out
Hums wn carried ten feci from the
building and hurled to tho ground, On top
of him descended loose brick until lie
wn almlst hidden benenth them. He wn
severely burned about the face mid neck
and also siislalnptl several scalp wounds
und a bullv Inccrnted, chin The litter In
juries were caused by hi being struck
with bricks which fell from the topmost
pnrt of the building.
The blinding sheet of lluue which nc
conipnnled the explosion set tiro to the
woodwork of the building, nnd rompletl
the destruction bf the olllce room A call
wit turned In to the lire department from
nn adjoining brick )nrd nnd Its prompt
nrrlvil sived propertv valued it many
thousand of dollar, as the gigantic gi
meters which are located In the olllce build
ing were commencing to become dangerous
Iv overheated. Siipetlntendent O W Clark,
of the gas works, staled that their ex
plosion would have wi poked that portion ot
the clt). With the arrival of the tiro de
partment one stream was turned on the
flnmes, while two pla)ed on tho endangered
Tho olllce building of the gas works Is of
brick, and Is nlxiut slxtv feet long by
twenty feet wide The pnitlon used n nn
olllce I situated In the eeutir On ench
side of It I located an lmmcne tnMcr
nearly fifteen feet In dlntm ter through
which the gi going Into the main passts.
Tho gi I registered at that point bt fore
being distributed over the tlty The
meti r escaped with slight d image
The ciiusci of the explosion Is unknown,
although It Is cnnjictured that the sealed
vats filled with water which were located
on the first floor of the building, leaked,
nnd let gn escape from what Is teclinl
callv known ns the seal pipe.
Tho loss to the in.it hlneiv and olllce rur.
nlture will not exceed $t0o The damage
done the building Is estimated at $l
ltcs.ilntlons Illuming Him for the Itclnmal
of I'ruft ssor Hiuiiel I mm the High
s, liotil Adopted lir Colored lit n.
A mas meeting of colored clll7en of
Knnsis City was hold lnt night at Vlne
artl hall to obtain the feeling of the e ol
orcd public regarding the remov il of Pro-fess-or
J. Wesley Darnel, from his position
of assistant piinclpal in the Lincoln high
school, by the sclhool bond recentl). N
C Clew was chosen chairman, and
Ch irle Hlake secretary Mi Crews, upon
taking tho clnlr. told the object of the
meeting and ald the people had Iippii
(tilled out for decided action He was. in
clined to extend svmpnthv to Professor
Dimel and called upon the hitter gpntle
in in lo give a cleai statement of the min
nei of his retirement This failed foi th
an animated discussion on the pirt of
several prominent colored .speakers, who
deslrc-tl to be heard at once, anil the mull
ein e of 20) people found thit at least one
third of Its nuiubei was ti)lllg to get the
attention of the ihiirman ami address It
at ithe same time After tome minute
the chilr succeeded In obtaining ordei,
nutl made a ruling that inch npe iker
should be allowed llvo minutes in which
to express his x lew s The effort w t re
manv and both sides of the question were
will lopn seated The se ikers Included
Hev Hatoaits, Hev Marsh ill J. C. Chas
tlne, I H lira Hum. Charles t.ee. und
many othcis, who talked pro ami con.
The pilmaiv nblect of the meeting vvi.s
to adopt resolutions dcrogitorv to Profes.
sor C. X. Orlsham piimlpil of the I.ln
t oln high st hool, who It Is said Professor
Dime chirges pieventnl his intention
tills voir a a teacher Tbesp icsoliitlons
had been prepned before hind ami when
the chilrnrin appointed n committee on
ic solutions, 1t repilred to the ictr t nd of
tile hall, and, itter rending; the lesolu
tlons, ptesentetl tht in to the meollng The
l eolation ifter t ensuring Profi snr Oris
linm lor his allegetl unwoithv nt tlon. in
hciurlng the leinoval of Professor Damej,
"t ittsd chit he his Injurttl his "moral
st i til" and nun no longci hold the con
lldence of the public, and th it he can no
longer sin coed as i teacher and that the
board of education be nsked to ciuse his
leniov-il as principal of the Lincoln high
HChool at onee
'I he uh'iiimin w-a ompowered to npnnlnt
i conimlltee of six repiese'iita.tlie ioioi.il
cltlens to wait upon the board of e.lu
eition and do nil in its powtr to senile
inp rpniov.u oi rioipssor citistiini 'rue
names of Hev Pnks, John House', I H
C Ihnersou II Hoblnson, c w PoiHr
and H Pol ind were placed befoie the
liieetln- for Its s mctlon us members of the
committee The) wpro all electttl The
e h ill st ited that he did not i .ire to be
held ix sponsible foi rlu appointment of
the committee When the resolutions
were rend and a motion made for tlnlr
approval, there was greit onstt rnalion
Nt.iilv lulf of the tiiidleiKo wns composed
of "(lilsh.im men." and the) set up a
howl and all m ide an effort to t ilk at
onto, ami tht n Ilnnll) left tho meeting' In
a bod), t.illlng loutllv for iccugnltinu
When the hall bad onio mnie lipcome
quiet, the iiTMOlutlons wile approved by
TWO MEETINGS CALLED.
Hrown mid Alltl-ltrown Tuitions ,,r thn
lleniot r llle t'tiiluty t'ouilillttf e Will fil
ter! ilu the riilillo on s, iturtl i).
Two meetings of the Democratic countv
ccntril committee have been tilled for
Satuidiy, and tht d o is likely to bo ono
that will long be lenieinbcied In Iot.il poll
tics Tho faction that Is IIU. d with a de.
slie to deiapltate Chiiliinin Maiey K.
Hi own, vvhlih is ostensibly led by Joo
Shannon, prepired .i petition for a meet
ing for Situidi). This they presented to
Secret.iiy Hem) Ci.iwford )esterday, and
he talltil a meeting of the committee for
Suuiday alKinoon at 2 o'e'l.itk, to ho held
at the Metropolitan hotel. It U pioposeil
to depose Hiowu at this meeting Thone
who sinned the petition fot the meeting aie
snld to be Oeorge J Pence, Second ward;
lMwanl T Collins, I'tuirth w.ud, W P.
Ciitwrlght, I'lfth wird, Chirles Cieelatul,
Sixth ward, .lames W. (larner, Seventh
waul; Piank P Phillips, Highlit ward, 1".
P Shannon. Ninth waul, II II Andeioii,
Twelfth wind. W. X Southern. Jr. Hhiti
township (houth). II l( Smith, llrooklng
township. J II. Owens, Pint Osige town
ship, O II Lewis Piulrln township; W. P.
Iteconls, Snl-a-iiir township; James Thoiu
son Van Union township
While the unti-llrown people weie gloit.
lug over tho fact that they would bo able
to have their say Satuidiiy, Chilrnnii Mar
ty K Hiowu was issuing a call for a meet,
jug to bo hell Situidiiy morning at 10
o'eloi k. Ho clilins to have a mijority of
the memht'in of the committee on his side
At leisl, he Is willing lo try conclusions
with the opposing faction
There Is a largo amount of speculation
Indulged In by those who vvnteh local poll,
lies us to tho outcome of the two meetings.
Will the autl-llrown people attend tho
meeting to oe nqia in tno morning: will
the H0'.jj people attend the meeting Hi the
afternoon'' If Hrown holds a meeting In
the morning and the anll-Hrown commlttep.
men do not attend, what will he ilouo.'
Will the afternoon meeting be held just the
samoV luteiested people are asking them
selves mid each other these) question, and
liuvo icuched the conclusion that it ull ie
mains to be seen
A prominent Deiiiouat, who Is not In poll
tics but who Is a close obseivcr, said )es.
terday that the pietent light Is not on
Chairman Hrown. in paitleular. but Is on
Ooveriioi Stone and his fi lends The ob.
seiver su)s that when Gov et nor Slono
came to Kansas City, ut the time the elec
tion frauds xveie committed, and took an
active pait In the apprehension of the
thieves, he was assisted b) Mr. Hrown as
prosecuting attorney, ami by Judge Wof
fotd In a m inner that Inclined the und)lng
enmity of the crowd who ute now making
tho light to deposu Hrown from tho ehali.
manshlp. . ...
The gentleman Interviewed states that It
Is his. opinion thnt the present light is be.
Ing agitated by Circuit Cleik Stonestreet,
Sheillf O'Neill and County Clerk Critten
den, uidetl by their deputies und the uttor
iic)s who are defending the election crooks,
ami oy ine siuaouuuo.
I liiuor for liuusa.
Shipped dally In secure packages by
GKOHCIB EVB3KLL. Druggist.
OwWelW tttUllus room. Union depot.
VIOLATED THEJUNDAY LAW,
I xl nnnrllinnn I'olr) nnd III" llirtinder
I Innl SU, lino I'orh In Hie Pollen t ourt
HI her Valium S'en Intil.
Hx-Coun dmnn Ami) 1'. I'oli ) In whose
Mloon nt Hlghili and Walnut stieet Olllrer
.1. C (talhiKher was nssnulb l Huntlnv,
whllo attempting In serve n wnfranl for a
violation of the Sunday clewing order, wns
lined ll.nfl in Hie iioJU'p ctiurl Vrterdny
by Police .tiidg" .tones. Phillip It MrCrorj,
Pole) s birlpfider, was also lined II io
Agnlnt both men two chnrKts had been
Hied. I he llrst clnrgo wns for sellltig
liquor on Huiidnv, and the second wn for
nnultlns tin ofllcer while In the dlsclnrge
ur hi dulv The two men wre nTsspd
tho blithest line possible on each t barge,
Peter Poley, Hie third tnnn i onceriied 111
llio assault on the nlllcer, was absent from
the liolh e court Judge Jones dpi land his
bund Tor ll) forfeited nnd Instructed the
link of tho polite court to issue an nllii
win runt for hi arrest.
No evidence was Introduced bv either A.
P. Piilev or his bartendei to disprove the
nniilt on Mm olllcrr. Neither A P. Polev
or Phillip II McCrory made mi) defense
for their nlleged act Olllcrr tliillagher told
Judge Jones how he had entered the saloon
Sunday afternoon to serve a wiuranl nnd
had been strut k In the fme mid kicked
nnd beaten b) A. P. I'olev, Phillip MeCto-
rv ami reter i oicv. lie loin tne storv nt
the nssault ubtiinllillv as siatnl In Mon
dav's Journal, While Ollhtr (Mllnglur wn
felling of the iissnult In the siloou, Judge
Jones kept 111 e)es riveted on the bntlered
face of the untrntor, which told lis own
stoty of the oflleet's trentnu nt In I'olev
und hi henchmen oillepr (lullmlicr nlso
testified that while lip was being pounded
sotnn one In the saloon tried with nn onth,
"Kill him' '
Ofllcer I'lemlng then took the stand nnd
testlllul how he had heird Ollh er Hul
Hgher shouting for help and had broken
through the saloon door on Hlghth sirppt
to lend Ihe Imperiled ofllcer aid In miking
hi escape After the sentence was Im
posed bv Judge Jones, lioth A P I'olev
niul his bartendei Hied notice of an appeal
to the criminal court
Hcsldis A. P Pole) nnd Phillip MrCrorv
eleven othi r saloon men weie tried In ves
terdtD's police court for violitlng tho sun
duv cloliig I iw.
The case ng,ilnt Julius llvman bartend
er at the llltissom house, on I'nlon avenue,
wa dismissed, n It was shown that no
liquor were sold
I' H Probasco, of No. M Main "licet,
seemed n continuance of his , ne until
Mondnv because he was rilled uwny from
the cltv bv the Illness of n relative
Ot the remaining nine cases, (he follow
ing were lined fV ench David McDonti'll
low I'nlon avenue, Louis Dw lrhovll
laghteenth and Plorn ivuiiip, .1 Neff, 1M)
Last Llghleentli siiect. .vi v t iv nn. hui
1'nloit avenue; Charles Nctdham Hill I'nlon
avenue I A Iohnon, Snvov hold, on
West Ninth stieet. P Dnlv No K,00
Wt st Twelfth street, and Oeorge W Isner,
No II Hi"t Twelfth stieet
James and Din Leirv, or Sixth and Wal
nut streets, were lined "" 'Hit extta ti-'
wa assessed hecaiise of epithets applied
to the olllcer w ho served tin vvariant for
the al rest of D inlel Lenrv None of the
saloon men paid the line lev ltd bv liulge
Jones in each eae thev gave bond and
llle 1 notice of an iipisjnl to th. criminal
INSTRUCTED IN THE LAW.
Confel elicit of Killisus Cltv Itilllillllg mill
I.otu Ollltirs With lit pill v stale sM.
pt rvisor II. I. Clritv.
II. 1, Or.i), of .IclTetson Cltv ileputv
state suporvlsnr of bulldliig and loin as
sociations, hold a confei cine with iop
lescnt.itive.s of all of tlie association
In thl city at 10 o'clock ost( rd.iy moiii
liiir at the Midland hotel About two
liout weie' spent by 5.1 r. tit.ij In e
pl.ilnlng tho provisions of tlie bulldliig
nntl loan Inspection 1 ivv, which wn
passed by the last leglsl ituie, and
went into effect on Juno "I Under it
ivei) association doing; busliitss In the
state Is roqlliied to bo 111 H.iillncss ut
.inv time' to fiunisli st.itenitiit with
legard to its llii.iiici.il standing. It ns.
sot und It manner of conducting; its
work, much as national banks .no ic
quired to do State TriMsurer Loll X.
Stephens I the state- supet v isor, but n
lie Is occupied with other public aftalr
lie has appoint! d two deputies, one of
vv hoin is .Mr. fii.ij
Mi. l.i.iy lias Just been conducting; t x
nnilnntioii nt St. .lost ph. Having pn -xiousiy
been engaged In Hannllial Y. -teulii)
morning's meeting was quite in
foiin.il, as niniiv question weie nsked
51 r fli.iy, and soveial points wen dis
cussed at length. The local ussoi 1 1
tions ivlll now be expeitul to lie nailv
to comply with tin law whenever 51i
Oiay and Ills assist mts tetiiin to
Those xviio met vvitli Supet visor Orav
weie n II Phelps, pioslilont, anil
Uiank Illckok, secntnty of tlie Piu
ileiitl.il Hililding ami Loin Assoc! itlnii,
Joseph C Notslnger, stcietmy of the
Hallway .Mutual Savings nnd Loin As
soelatioii; C. 51. I-Viiee. sciietniv. nntl
Leslie lVriee, assistant seeiot.ary of the
5Iutil.ll Home nntl Sivings Association.
Loon Hlock, seeietirv of the Jackson
County niiildlng and I..nn Association.
Tl Tl 5HddIcbtook. attoinov, nnd Gioige
Peako, societal)' of the 5Iutual Heiietlt
lluildlnsr and Loan Association, J II
Alliens, socrptaty of the fletmaii-Aiiicr-Ic.an
S ivlngs and Loin Associations
Fletcher Cowheiil Mnietnr) ot the
Safety Saving a ml I.iun Association,
H. II Allen, piesldent ami If. II. Allen,
seeietary of the Coiuliient.il Hililding;
nnd Loan Association. II H. I'oiteilitld
attorney. II. II No! ind, piosident, and
51 II Woods, herniary of tlie 5Ietc.in-
tllo Guarantee Hililding and Loan Asso
ciation; .Milton 51ntui nttoinc), and
Ha) lis Steele, of the Vilas HiiildliiK and
Loan Association, and Mr Unite, repie
sc'iitlng an association nt Pleasant Hill
51 r. Gray loft tho city )esterd.ty ov, n
inu. IRISH-AMERICAN PICNIC.
r.ilriiioiint Park A. Ill He Croivihtl 'lti-il,y
Willi Sons mid I) night! rn of tho
I. im raid l-lc.
1-day is tho lnj for thn iilcnlc of tho
I'nltcd Irlsh-Amt rh an Socle tli a of Kansas
City at Unit mount paik In the past, tho
picnic given by the Joint societies have
iilwios been will nttrndi il, so It Is qulto
ctirtnln that tho ono to-tl.i) will be no ex
ception to thu rult Tho phnle ami ex
eiclses will bo under the supervision ot
the nthletlo committee of the eential conn,
til of the unlit d societies Tills conimlitt o
consists of 1'i.ink Mcflulie ih.ilim.in;
Matt I.) nch and Con Murph) Judgt.
William It Nally. refeiee, and P. P Pa.
hi v starter.
Theie will bo twelvo nthletlo evfnls. tho
principal ones being a hulling niutih. it
walting contest, innl u IW vunls' dash Ik.
tween .lame 1'enui ig.isi, i;u rinuii) mil
Louis Hohtdimx The pri.es will all bo
in m'iii: op 'i in: iiaix
A Hood SUeil AutlU nee at the 1 airiiiouut
Auditoiluiii 1. lot Mght.
It rained hard last night, but that did not
pievcil M nudltiico ot ncirl) UH people
Ham gatheilne at the I'alrmoiint paik
autlitoiiuiu to sen the gieut sped lit) show,
mid it was thu most enthusiastic audience
of the week. too. To-night the houso will
doubtless be packed, us the show Is the
hit of tho season A mitlueo fur women
and child! en Is given at i o'clock to-da),
t'liolto of Kouti s
To Knights Templar tonclave, Hoston, via
the Nickel Plate road, tinbiutlug I'hintau.
tpia Like, Nligara i'alls. Thousand is
lands, Haplds of tlie SI Lawience. Saia
togi. Palisades of thu Hudson Hoosae
Tunnel and ride through the Heikshlre
Hills by tin) light Tickets on sale August
11 to T Inclusive,, lowest rates; uulck time
und service unevcellid including palate
sleeping uinl dining cars. Address. J. V
Cai than, general ugent, 111 Adams street,
Chicago, for further iiifoiin.itlon,
'Hint (i. A. It. I'iiIi rluliiineiit,
Thei O. A, 11. entertainment to bo given
by Professor and 5Irs. Meek, for the beu
etit of the relief fund of the (5. A, U. and
S. of V is to take place Tuesday evening,
August n. iusteud of next Tuesdu). us
unouneed )tstertluy morning. It will be
given In Giand Army hall, No. 1010 Grand
Spec I al train liiiirnlon to lltntou
Via the Nickel Plate road, for the uccom
modation of Knights Templai, dally, from
Chicago, August Hi to S3, Inclusive. Lowest
ales: most llbeial tianslt limit; side nips
to Chautuuiiua lake, Niagara Palls and
Siratogu, without eMra expense. Hefore
pun basing jour tickets call on or adeliess
J: Calahun, genjcial a.tnt. ill Adams
.treet, Cliicaso, 111.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
im: iiaix ii vir. maiii: w r.it ami
tilt vs AmiMi xr i.vt hi, on vim,
t'lttln mid heep In llettrr Conitltlnii Ihnti
Usual nt Ibis time of V Mir -A I Inn
Lot of 1,iiis Mrrr In
Colorado, n well n Knnii, ha had
fliie rain thl season, nnd nn iililiiulaiice
of Kras'i anil wilier ate repot leil. S It
llllt, stock iiRfiit of the Kunn linmeli
of tin? Union Piiclllc, I Just hack from
n lilp ovtr hi. Hue to Denver. He sa.vs
crop look line all nlontt Hie txiule, nntl
In Colorado lie never saw the innge
With plitity ot good, grusf, bold catllo
mid sheep lite fill (her inhumed III onll
illtlon than usual at thl time of cnr.
There I no illspositlon, liowever, to
i unit them to market, and hut few cattle
may be expected from the Coloimlo
range until the last of Mnptt mlior, a
iiie.v lire guiiiiufr iiesu ever) mi), i nc
sheep ns Well us cuttle Interest I pros
perous, nnd sheep owners mo Hiking
gootl cue of their Hock nnd will hne
ii good many fat mutton for iniukot be
foie the stusoii 1 ovei
J. C. Klioltin, the well known sheep
trailer, wi nt the yutd )esterda, the
llrt lime for munth lie has been
HiHTeilng fiom nn attack of nervous
prostiutlon, but Is slowly becoming
George T Hume, the will known
Texas inilchman, was hole )oRtud.iy
He lind T U Tlmmoii In low.
J 11 Wilson, of Dallas, Tex, wn up
vestenlav with n sttltig of line Texas
steel The) averaged I,!nl anil 1,201
poiilid They wete sold by Cassldav
llro. .x- Co. at $IW, the highest pilce
for gtassei for n long time.
Denn liartlelt, St. 5lut)'s, Kn , had
ill hog )esletdny.
II. C Hall inl. Lureino, Mo, wa In
)elenlav with rat lie
ricld . Howe, Alma, Ku , were
liele )esteiilay with cattle. Thev ,iv
theie me more euttle In Wabaunsee
(omit) than this time Inst )ear, nnd n
good supply of stock hogs. Gins and
John Ihilckson, Pcitidln. Ku , enine in
with cattle xesterdnv.
John M. X.ook, of Gtliin City. Mo, wa
at the vulds )etenlu with some good
hog of his own feeding
J K Wilson, llurilsonvllle. Mo, got
feetlers here )osteidnv He leport emu
and glass tine In Cass countv. und 'ins
ti good many tattle will be fed till sea
son It H Itenlck, Pleicevllle, Kn , w i at
the j.uils vestonluy He sav the tango
is line in Grav count), and cuttle doing
well, nnd a line ctop of alfalfa wn
Arthui Ktllde. who ha been doivn ill
the Panhandle of Texas and Oklahoma,
got buck vestenlav He sav In
"Whooloi, Lipscomb and Hemphill coun
ties, Tex, the supply of cattle I slioit,
but In Itogei 51111 countv, O T, he
round u good mum moie cattle thin
lust )eut, the good full ranges thawing
In a good manv cattle Grass tine anil
water abundant evei.vwheie In Oklu
boniii loin pioinlscs verv well boiiio
Held will make iifty bushel to the
51 A Richardson piesldent HI C.ipl
tan Lind and Cuttle C.impanv , of Lin
coln countv, N. 51 wa hole vcsteriluv.
He lepoits gi iss good, and si) cattle
nip ilolng well
J M CI nk ami A Ponds, Smith Cen
tei, K.i , lind in cattle vestenlav
L S Tudor. Wuldron, Mo, was nt
the x.inl xesterdav with hogs
J J iteiiv, Tampa, Ku , w i lieie
jpstenlnv with cattle
L 51 H.in. Grove Cit), K.iu , was in
yesteidnx with cattle
J D Ciadv. Lebition. Kn wa iieie
jesteril.av with cattle
1' A Leiinon. of the Chicago Packing
Coinpinv, was ut the v ml xesteidav,
xlsltlng his luothei. John I? and L A
A It Gentiv, Sej mom. 5Io , hid In
T II Nicholson,, Spi Ing Hill. K.i ,
was here jostcnlnv nflei stotkei lie
s.ivs gias and coin me line In 511, mil
countv. and that thete .lie moie cattle
now theie than this time list jeni
L c Sutton. Fianklin, Neb. came In
yeiteidiv with cattle
Sam Dividson niul A A Ppangler
Ilenilett.i, Tex , wen up vcstenliiy vvitli
Wilt lit W i.liolili il Home.
A web nine home metlng Is to be held
1.. ,1. l!.l. ..Int. Ap.m ,.., CI, t, t.l. It nl.lll.
Ing to b. followed bv special meetings nil
of rinuii iv The) will take place it the
b ii racks on Walnut stieit Captains
Xllss'. s Hialer mil llittt. who arc In
t huge of the wouu n' tulnlng girrlson
Ik ip ni e to r, tin n from a tin divs' fui
loiigh on H ittinl i and the meetings nc to
s.ive as a vvtli nun to them The mtetlng
on Situnhiv night Is to be followed b) nil
1 , re im sot Inl The alliens who .no to
ion Hie t the i-eivltts nre Captain Htnler,
lliatt, Oiorge ill.l Hucklind Lleulenant
St nil. v and Cadi Is Misses lloiiteu, Wetl
dle Clouse, Count rly ami Svv nisou
I fie Xtliiophi re of I ovti
I a pure, swiet bit-ith This disldi ratiim
is on,, of the tisiilts of using SOOIKiNT.
xv hit li not onl) Invigorates and pre-scives
the teeth but runlets the mouth a fi i
grant as a ro?e.
Illterttnte I'lllr let lloltt, ll, Mo.
l'or this occasion, the 5!is--nuil Pacific
will fell tickets to Hnldt-n, Mo, and rr
tin ii, August 1J to 17. Intrusive, nt rate
of 1 5.' Olllces ut SOil Main street and 10 IS
Union avenue. IJ ri JHWl'TT. P. .v. T. A.
,V Itolilier I liiatt'll.
Hetectlve J L Haldwln Is In I.eaven
woith Kas . when- one of the nun who
robbtd Mr and Mi .dghr, at the Wash
ington hotel, last Saturda), has been lo
Tra Wtldi, St LouW, Is nt the Cones
J H Snnvv, Topeka, 1 at the- Coates
U P. Slone, hjgiu.ivv, Is at the Co He
John W Llsson, New York, Is at the
J W. Thomis, Denver, la at the Co ilea.
W. J Carr. Wit hit.i. Is at -the Coites
W. S Verlt), Chliiiso, Is at the Coates.
Peter Wlight, Phil uielphla, is at the
W P Illir, Hill Clilie, I lit tho Coates
I V Small lies Moines, u nt the Cnites
P W. Ilenton, Holt, 5lo, Is at the New
(i C Klnlev. Siglnaw. Mo.. Is at Ibn
New Alb ill).
(1 W Wiusor, La Hello, .Mo., Is at tho
New Alb ill).
V A. Gissett, Council Grove, Kus., Is at
the New Alliaii).
W A Pern. Dlimond Kpilngs, Kis., Is
at the Ni-w Ath ill)
Mr. Ileniy Wollmaii ami his sister. Miss
Katie Wollman, will letuin this muinlng
from .i live weeks' visit to the sc.i-.hoio
anil Pistil n mount ilu icsorts.
Mi L It Moore, Jr, minager of the
atlvertlslng tlpirtinent of Hiiifry, Illnl.
Th.i)ir .V Co, letuinetl )tsterdiy from
an extended trip In Texas, 51r, .Mooru has
been on business for the Ann.
J. A Aldrlch, IlUIfalo, N. v., Is at the
J It Lnlavv, Denver, Col,, Is at tho
J A Johnson, Topeka, Kas , Is at the
Gcoige T. Hume, Austin, Tex,, Is at the
Thomas II. Stone, Austin, Tex Is at
the Hotel Victoria. "
5loiiiu Hallowu), Chicago, Is at the
K. II. Thomas and wife, St. Louis, is ut
the Hotel Victoria. '
John 8. Hubbanl and wife, of l'redonla.
Kas., aie In the clt),
W. J, Cmi, of Wichita, Kas., is at the
J. i;. Lockwoo.1 Is In Memphis,
Tom Hlchardsoii, of Galveston, Tev is
in the clt).
Prank U. Lmtercr, of Port Scott, Kas.,
is ut the Centiopolls. "
Misses Giace Ceihen, und II. A. Hiker, of
Hi ookl) li. N. V., mo In tho city.
.mis. aouu .x. i-.nou. uicomuan pi lie
Warren V. and Dually Haton, of Wintleld,
Kas., uic at the Victuria,
W. N. Smith, of l'ort Scott, Kus.. Is, n
the t,Ity, '
Cliliuln .tohnoii mid I tin l I. Miller !
i-ipc H hilt lldiu- I iilten to Hut
Itpfnriii s, ,,,,,,
Deputy Mirhnl H M liny marted ye,
(erdn) uwinin. iih Clnud Johhuon mid
Hrnest L. Mill, r for the reform school nt
HooilVllIe Th, bnv were Henlen. ed to
three .vein, em li in that Inotltutlon by
Judge UolTord 1 ml week. They re llllle
fellow, but have glvm the olllcem some
Irolible of lat, an l It wait thoucthl lieiit to
shackle Ilu in toet Ihvl nntl rtvedd Ihe f
slbllltv of tsinpp Aeeitrdtnvl) the two
vuiiiig rrlmiuiN hud the linnil' ulTs pliucl
upon Iheir ii(k and vvefe taken to the
depot bv Mr Itiv It wn neiesarv for
Ihe olllcer to purchase ticket nnd tro bo)
knew it 1 hi v are wise for their veals,
and while m route to the depot hit upon
n plan for . s, ape
While Mi Km was afklng th. Ilckul
ncent foi lliree tbkil to Honnvllle they
slipped qulellv nwnv Allhoilgh n Ihoroupth
senreh wn innde for them thtv were hot
round, und Mflishnl Itnv wn i ninpelled to
ictiirn to the Jail mid tell hi tale of baf
lled mithorlt) The Imj lind not been
found at a late hour lam night
Hill IIMi: V I I WltHDI'M.
VIikIc bv the Hand, tlliniiliiutloiis, Hnlhliig
mid Viiiiileilllp show.
With ln.ox) nr i(rt people, urntiil free
luinl nnd mandolin coiuert, two perfotm
antes of vaudeville, a dame mid iiiiiriiIiI
lent Illumination em the lake, In thu
evinlng, I'alrinoiint park will be n merry
plate to-dav The Illumination will ion
fist of beautiful red. blin and green lire
and will be so al ranged aliout the liend
of the lake a to inpresent Ihe "Hnv of
Naples The Thlid It. uluient bind will
Id iv on the lake In tin evening Two
hour of greit pei Inltv net will be given
In the nuilltorluiii nftt union mnl cvuilng
inr ine sin in aiimission or .' cents n
Intel mission of tvventv minutes is glv.n
for the illumination. Tin liMi tnern ins
nnd tin Woodmen of the Woild from
Ntu theastcrii Kun I picnic at the pirk to.
Ihe ruin caused a postponement of the
com ci i nud Illuminations for last night
at the pirk
i:i.i:m:s i i:i:miii.imi sovnis
Undo Aueleiit Arible .Noble of the Mvtle
I'leven trembling novice became Mulent
Ariblc Nobles of the Mvstlc Shrine list
night Severn! hundred weirtr of led
fees giilhereil In Shi ine hill to help them
ride the 'bucking tuinels" and cross the
"storohlng sands." The lass consisted of
Tluodnie It. Stoner. of Le id. S D , J It.
Crow, of Well City, Kn , W 1. New
tointt, W A, VPkcis and Seth I, Hirer,
of Pltlsburr, Kas, Walter S lll.'kev, n
W VlcP.wen, II Viindt i slit t, John H
Lvnds, .lolin P Wither .Il , ami Pert v
'I hompson, of this city In the absence of
lllnsliloils Potent ite W II llixivvn, who
Is In Ibiiopp, Chief Habbin In C Hub
bell acted as potentate and conforioil the
elders Ptdlowlug tht Initiation teie-
moules a biniiuet w is held Seveinl Infor
mal toasts were responded to and thero
was singing and Jollll)
i in: vv i.,v i iii'.i;.
The weither In this vicinity to-div will
be as follows .Missouri, fall, pie, e ltd h)
showers in the extreme southeat portion",
sllghtlv i null r In the cist poitlons Kan
sas fair station ir) temiit rature The
highest tt mper.atun vcteidii) w is 7 deg ;
the lowest was TO deg
Pollonlng Is the record of list night's
ob-ti I v.itlons;
St itlons 1! ir Temp
New Orleans , ."I si
Galveston "i s M
Clnelnnitl ."i 'is si,
Chicago '" ! vi,
SI Paul 'Din 7.'
Springllelil , Jio,; ;,
Coneoixll i ono 7s
Doilpe city 0 mi 71
HNmmck "mil 71
Helen i .'I'll sj
Denvei IM 7il
Wlchit i .''-i 71
St Louis : I'M SI
Kansas Clt) - ' .'-' 7!
s(,l,l 1 li, Ir Turin.
Tr)on Hros,, of On gon, sold tht Ir nim tv
one ncie faun situated on the state line
just south of Seveiitv-llfth strut, lo i
Kansas farmer foi i. V) t ash ).sttidiv
Some weeks ago Hit v solau nlloliiiiig
Inim to Di. C 11 Hewitt ill a good pi h
The faun sold vestirt'iv had be, n sought
by three agents, all of them anxious to in .
gotlate Its sale The biolhi rs sold It dl
lect. Dr. I.torgt, ('. MohIi, r
Ha' moved his ollh e to hi reside ne, ni
Pint Ninth stuet, n, ir Holmes. Houis, 1
to T. p. in. Telephoilt It-it.
llllllllge III. lists Isstl, it
The following couples weie jesterdiy
ceuseo io Wfii
Coluinbu C Towner, Kansas f'lti, 51
P.inma Milple), Kan is Cltv, Mo
Pred Leonard Hlosp, Kansas Clt), Mo
Mntgueilte 51a) .Mather, Kansiis City
Itlrt lis Itt portt tl.
The following blrtbs were reported to
the bo ml nt health )cstci.la)
Abinon, Phil and Jennie, bov . 1W1 Pa. Hie
stieet: August 1
-tdiuster.lleniich and 51irl, ho) , 7ft Hi.il;
Donnelly, John and Ann, hoj , 710 List
Twentieth. July 10
M u tin lohn nnd V ; girl; C01 Hist Plftli,
Cappan, Ihnest and trnstini, bo) , West
Ninth August 11
Stow lit, G W. nnd r 51 girl, Tvv nt)
thlrd and Prospect; August 13.
Deaths Itt pin tt it.
Tho following deaths were r pirn 1 to
tilt board of health interdiv
Mlnton, Charles, IS ytai- i Mni i
gust U, phthisis; burial in 1 m ,n i
Atkeimm Pred; 12 veur- u imm I
pii.il, August U. pinlysH, hm il m I n
Hin-on, .lalmer; IS )ears i
quarters, August 12, iunstinK,
W oodtuwn teinoter)
Si in). Mr) tie 10 months jiij
i ii r
111 ) I lw IV
August 13, ttcthliig, burial in I in
Hat il LIU ibeth; !S years, r;, nn in in .;
til, August 12' consumption, builal in M
Peter and 1'iul's cemeti r)
Phillip Greco, a groc, r at N'o ii il ,!m, s
."In el, was ilin.l I0 in the poll. . mi, t
)csteidii) fui silling impu'i uulk ti his
The case of ass ntlt ng ilnst Mi I,
O'Heauii, who was ariesti I on .iiii.l tint
of a weliieiwilist peddler w is . .minii I
III llle polite i mil l psitiili) uiiill i i.n
1 1 fii 1 1 Puhimaii, a teamstti, vv is v.si.i
tin) lined J"i mid tosls In Insin. W.ill
t milt leu ussmilting Willie llmimi with i
bugg) whip list .Simula) II, put ih.
Jaipis Johnson wis irnsp ,t huih
and .M.iln stuet .vestci.hi) iii.inuon In
DeiettlVt lla)is He Is thaitl iviih
steillng tluee paiis of siloes tiom the shg
stole of Joins tV Co on Giaud iivtuu
Willie Kiuibell who illstuilitd tin i,t ,, ,.
of ) llockiiisinltli, of Twtnt) .-. . nth uinl
Monroe sin i Is, was ilued $1 and tests hi
lustlcn Walls' (nun ) i Hindu) am iiiiiou
He i oiild not pa) the line, ami was t oiu
mltietl to Jill
John o'Donnill wa aitestid vtstnilav
1,1 I lt,t... II V . M tJl. .1 I ... .l.t.l t 'in i.,h,. I... ... ..t.
Giand aveuiii Hi Is suspttttd ot having
rttcutl) loinuillted a buiglai) at Kaiisis
Clt) Kas. .Lite )esleidn) uttcuioon hi
was uiKi u tut 1 1 loi til il
The i as-o oi .1. i llonton, ehaiM d Willi
h.ivtiiLr nlil.iln, ,t .i InrUiv r.n,,, s. ii,.i.i.
btiig a hutiher at 1102 Ilroudw.i),' uiulir
false pntt lists, vv.is dlsiiilssul In Jusilce
W'lthiuw's iiiiirt )esltidi) b) Assistant
Prostciitiug Attoiut) Lathi)
r.i .,,,1. n.t ... ... .. ... .. .... . ... ...
...'". "......... i.lltsittl ill iuc
I'nlon depot vntiithi) b) Hitu lives Unl
it) and huidi'isoli Thn detectlvts cl lim
that he Is w inlid on th .iiaige of stealing
articles from the Welusju Topi ka A. Sant i
IV and 51issouii fieight t us
Plunk Spilling was au.ilgunl In foro
Jitstit ti Hawthoine )islenli), e hinged with
having luokeii a Ingt iiiliioi at ilu n si.
dciicii of ll.illlft Guitliui, No .'J22 Jcffei.
sou strict He pit uinl pot guilt), and
guve bond for his nppe.iiumo 5Ioutlay
Johnulo Coiiueis, ihalged Willi hiving
stolen six palls of shoes from 1" Cail.it .t
Son's ilatii street stole, was tiled in Jus.
tlco Withtow's couu )isttnli) He was
bound over to the giantl Jui), uiitl In ele
f.iult ot HM ball was tomniittetl to jail.
The )oung people of the Westminster
riesb)terlau church will give u lawn so.
clal this evening at the residence of Jl,
Schoonmukcr. Slxttenth ami W)andotto
streets. Hefreshmcnls, consisting of Ice
ci cam, cake ami umhroslu, will be served.
Milk luspectoi M J Phillips esterday
reported lo Ihe bond ot health that
twelve ai lists hive been m ide lot selling
Impute milk SU euuviclloiis weie so.
cuicd. four cases loiitluueil, om definduut
ucqulttrd, uml one man "Jumped" bis bond
tor appeal ante lu couiu
Hccclmm's pills arc for billous
iit!s;, bilious he.ail.ichc', dyspi-p
si.it hcarthiirti, torpid liver, diz
ziness, sick, hcatliirhc, h.id tasto
in tho mouth, toatc.d tongue,
loss of appetite, callow skin.ctc,
when caused 1' ronstipation;
nnd constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by (lio. book. Pills io nnd
rS a box. Hook te nt your
linguist's or write H 1. Allen Co ,
365 Canal Street, New York.
Annuel fili'.m tut intn"Oillrtif-
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEEr
I M Wll.lslll.ll 1HHII.
vt . iiSi Lrv jSz& J
Over -00 Teeth r.xtrr.otcil Dally. NO
VAIN OR IM.NOi'lU ArtlUcial Teetta
warranted to Fit Perfectly. I)ecy8i
aiid achluir teoth. If worth It, ttlled anJ
725 MAIN STREET
tLTMAN. KAULDACH & CO. Proas.
Fac Simile of the Genuine.
'-ai ruiRn err luert-
The Purest and the Best.
M an i toil Springs,
ratnous for Its health cliini; wntern An
Ideal siiminer r sort t'tiol brLCfs from
the plnu rovcred luounialMs Heatitlftil
nceni-ry. Pin. hot. Is Unto to Oe-orce M
Walker, piiiii'Ui ill- .Miinplons and
tho "Mann i lie ie ' for ratc and othtr
AT THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK.
k. jwi jt
Estimates Glieerfuily Furnished.
ii". soi iii ..oi i sii:c.
I l I I s MI l,l
1,1 tis s, P., I. Ill),
RHODES BROS,, VEVT
IMi) Walnut Stvvi'U
NDTU I. 1 li 1 1 y BiMtii that 1 will ip.
t.ii s, ,, ,i i.i.jh ii ihtt (lUDtls, riMiirn
1111 I Ilii-t ami IhIimij W.wan of the W.
T 1111st1 ..I tir-i-ihi.ttl filiHi at m ollli e,
Nn Jlu7 l.ns' 'nil nl Kansas l'it Mo,
lilt ij i m ru.li. Am, li lyj TelinH
1 f-li s" .1. Biilj.ti tt uiiinnl tif t om t.
Hiils In he t in mil I r iln e in nit e It rh, AllC.
17. !& I N'llWi'iiMl.lt, AfsiMieo
toM.iu ii mni iii.imi
Will atitn.l ih, Deiuoiritit sllv r onn-M-utiuu
it i'litlc Sininr.aiiil he will Uml
that riiii l j 11' politician tram JaeK
son t oiinlj
IMsl Ml. I It iui:i.
Whtucier tho opportunity pret.nt3 lt
self liiuiiMt red onlj bj
Silver Tuwel .: K, C. Towel Co.,
ii, ;i m ilu m, 'riitiuu i'',i.
,. I', I I I. It I K-IIS, I'nip.
't IIU (III, III VI' 1 I llltll'MI'.s Mils If,
hi 11,1. MAM I. Vl'll Kill IIV
VACUUM OIL GO.
Hut to buy It-ana )ou will e;U lulu
original iuci-i;ts oiu
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
MODEL HOTEL. OP THU WORLD.
Oreirlooklnir (eutml 1'urlc, Mftli Avruuf,
AHth nutl Otllli btrr.U, N'KU YOKK.
AMKiiir.vN ami r uiuuiun
Vitu';A-i i'LAts. i AtJnAmllUUi
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