THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1898.
tho names of purchasers to the deliver
blanks and took the articles home and HUNGRY DEMOCRATS
mat liii w is issued a warrant, for $"-- for
feeding prisoners AFTER THE RAILROADS
CANNOT GET GARS "planted" them. In this vvn it is chirgcd
that he made awav with nearlv J100 worth "Wnvi" McClniiuhnn Will Sluv. WOMEN'S INTEREST.
of books pictures and line glassware The
detectives have recovered a portion of the Chnrlcs V. Kernel., clerk-ele- of the
WEin:ii iTi:uErs sin-Ki- t
stolen propertv. A state warrant will be
Usued for Lawson 0111115.11 Vt 11,1. .0 TO TF.Ws, TO
minimi couit offici ilK announced ) ester-e- l
position as ncoid clerk ' Was) McClana-ha- n TnviNs vii.i. vot m: vuowr.u
iv thai lie would ret lin In his present
to 33SS. 'Sc5.SjM$cJc;. S4J
fist Pfi THfiM. who has ltj,i ti position for manv m.OCIv Tllfi STKGKTh. Dolls dressed as rough riders with
a i'wiim:. BLOCK SYSTEM SUGGESTED. )ears The mention ot "Wav" is hailed Roosevelt buttons pinned over their saw-
with delight lv - the nun in the crlmin il dust hearts are sold now for cotillon fa-
Coin in Ixslou "VI nil mill I.nwjer Agree court, where h- is cr popul ir. Albert vors, and for the ornamental tops of pen-- w
Hlnters a xouug business mm of Inde- ipers
to ;o (o Harlem nnil Settle Their Horde of seeker.. Vfter IVtlj OITlees pendence, has .elo )oi n dei idi-- upon by Complnintft llnve Ilecn Piled
l.lllle ninVrenre. Inilepe'inleiiee llnilj Pore- - Mi Reniik lor one of the ib put) ships at Rookwood potter) in lovelv tones oZ
A DISTRESSING SITUATION A Isit
his dispos il
Almost fivery Itonil In the City brown and green decorated with slim aes-
M. Block, a commission merchant en- cnKt of l'nvorecl Ones Mr. the- - anil Ordinance Will thetic nircissi, lilies and irises or adOTied
gaged in busbies- - at Ml Delaware street, with the heads of laughing pickaninnies,
was in police court morning to J. . Chances. se-n-
REV. MR. HOWARD INSTALLED. He llnfnreeil. their dark faces trained in tnltered hats,
in ikes handscme presents for the bride or
ho.yds nniTsi: to permit cms to answer to a charge of disturbing the
peace bv lighting. The complaining witness Interesting fixerelnes Held nl lile for the friend vvhum one special! desires
to honor at Christmas-tid- e Two hearts can make a love affair, bet it
levai: tiii: i:st. was a lawjer named D. M. Cecil. The lat-
Judge Chrlsman intends to take a brW
t oiigrciitioiinl Chnrcli l.nst
If the police- - commissioners carrv out A set to give as a Wed-
taLes three, at leat, to make a home, and
one: of them must b- - that of a baby The
ter went to Clock's place of business to from his labor" as eountv judgii
Mglit. plans formed sonie time ago there is go- ding present sounds pro- - tic but some of
collect u claim for $J0 tent him by a South l:r Mr V. I.ee Howard who usCd to the new ones are dalntv and tin. In two. j ounp;the idea couples that start out in life
Dakota client. Hlock claimed he did not and go to Teas lie will piohablv lea.e ing to be wholesale arrests among the lliree or live pieces ihe) come, m Bohemian with that children are nuisances,
Prominent I. oral TliirliiiRliin Olllflal owe the bill, andcountrv made some seathin
Cecil Independence the latter p irt of the v.eek. be known is tile "bov pieacher, ' was last railroad men of Kans is cue for often-o- s glass mounted In silver, in solid silxer or and that they do not and will not nl
remark about customers bein It is not the arduous labors of office which nicht Iii- -t ill. il as pistor of the Civile the minimum fine for which is ?10 and the. In exquisite Sevres or Dresil-- n One set have them, arc the land that jou read
I.rni i' for I IiIciiko Try lu given the worst of it by the wholesale! church Seventh street and of rub tinted ci)stai has two alt cel- about every day in the newspapers in the
nrcnU. (lio IllucUuilc u( commission houses. caue the trip but Hie hungr) hoide of maximum line $'.00 --
lars wllh stands of silver wire and a mus-
div orce Column. A home without children
This angered Block and he planted his Demoerits after count) jobs that besiege llnioMvn avenue In the afternoon Mi. About two weeks ago complaints began tard or relish dish with a cov.r of re-
I nr nl Iuxterii right fist on Cecil s nose with telling iTeet. hnn. Ills home in the north end of town Howard m Mb i st element of his doctrinal coning into police lieadqu irte-- s ot streets pousse silver. The p. pper shakers were al- is not a home. God and Nature never in-
The lawjer then had the commission man Is visited at all times of the diy and nUht views mil of his past woik in the church, blocked b) lailioad trains, the complain- most covered with silver in an open work. tended that there should be a place callsd
I'uIhIn. arrested, and the twain related th ir sto- through the-- interstices of wnich home that did not resound w :th the patter
ries to Judge liurnham in police couit when lie is Mot on the bem h mil a l vis- and responded saiffactorilv to all iin -t- ants averring tint engineers wire in the-- de-li.- n,
shone the ruby light of the; erv-t- al of childish footsteps
vcMcrdav morning, ltoth men weie nngij itor iclls how lie saved the small majorltv ions whl"h tin- - ministers who weie in the ibit of stopping trains on bus) -- trect There are tens of thousands of homes
and vMimwl willing to settle their .s dilTti-tnce- for the judge audience put to him. crossings and keeping them there from Cufi buttons and studs for the man with that are childless because of the
o sreat that according to London prize ling rubs. It is said tl at John A S. i of Independ- Rev. Dr. Ilenr) Hopkins of the Pirsi ten minutes lo half an hour, stopping all outdoor tastes are ingenious and exp.
The buslress of the West given me a trouncing' said ence his the most favoi ible eh. inc. tor of the wife and would be mother. There
there arc not enouKh freight iars in the Hlock. jou I had "If "
would have taken mj medicine the appointment as i oimtv s,counselor The Cougregatioii.il ihurth. piououncid th- - traffic on that particular street until the
enginecis ,ot read) to pull out The mat-
Pish fruit and birds are modeled
and colored with sri.it skill, and to the are tens of thousands of other homes child-
coimtrj to handle It. With possibly one like a man. I wouldn't be ill court whining place pavs !(AI and ll rvleo lequued and had charge of the exerciser gentleman firmer a bunch of asparagus to less because the little ones have died al-
exception, the Union Picillc. there is not about it Is verv llht It Is v.orth mini tli in inv list night Di Richard c'ur.lltv, of l.ivv-i.n-
ter was leferred to the police commission- wear on eai h cuff would Ke a constant re- most as sooa a- - thev were born. In both
other v Ithin the gift of the- - c.mntv the 'nugget pieaeiur" mil one of mind, r of his labors .mil succes-.- -
a railroad torn piny dolnir business in the advanced toward Hlock m a Cecil, as he
Whipped?" fairlv shouted ers who instructed Chief Haves to dei-u- l cases Dr Pierce's Pavonte Prescription is
threatening couit Mr fa,.! Is i wtum person il in. ml th. oldest and bet li.lovnl ' ouregation il policemen in pi dn clothes to watch everv ing the si.ee ule nl vegetables. For tin a sovereign remedy It acts directly on
of ludge Chrisman and also vui tngh ii
AVcst or feouthweit which ! not to-d- ty
rranner. "Win. man, ou can't whip one ministers of the We t, deliverid lilt ser-
there are discs of ir)stal. In artisti-cal- l)
carrying all the freiRht it1- - equipment will side of me I'll go to 11, irk m or an other in the est! em of S iniui Luttn II the lim-1
mon 11. emplias7. d the Importance of railroad cursing In the citv get the names ar inclosed artificial tiles, verv the delicate and important organs that
permit The is sr.uti thvator are place with voti and hive it out. Njme the it (beted judv from the Pastern Phj. ehstii't. truth over formula. of engineers or conduitors responsible for and mounted, of cour-- e but
mate w ifehood and motherhood possible.
Judge Ciuism.Ti w nit- - to retail ii
Silled from foundltion joists to roof beam place and time." fiveiv truth is laigir than the present bloi I. iding crossings and make a uport it Is doubtful if anv but an ardent disciple It makes them well, strong;, vigorous, virile,
That will do," Interrupted Judge Uurn-- 1 Gentiv at .lie jiooi faun S ii.iu.-- l conception of It lie said "It will seem to the eommisslomis, together with the-dat- e
of Is.iak Walton could see much be nitv in and elastic It docs awav vv ith the dangers
with grain, vureiiouse- - and freight sheds ame "As you both seem eager spin,, Lutlrcll has a fri ml who wantsmil pliee.
the n get i o us eve i d i we live ' of the oftietise and the time- - the cross- these- - bum hi s of leather and fuz in tir.y of maternity It banishes the usual dis-
are picked with miscellaneous freiBht, and jour dlftieultv without tin aid to this of and it iimv be th u Luttrt Humir
T lie installation pra)cr was bv Rev. Mr. ing was blockaded These policemen hive gla-- s cases. comforts of the expectant period and
thousands of loaded cars are sidetracked court. I'll dismiss the ease ai.d let cti will foim a combination a, pie mist iTni mm G T Nil hols, who sUC(ee(s jir. .Howard turned In twentv-fiv- e reports of separate
foi the-- distiibutioi of tin which will offense- -, implicating emploves of nearly
makes babj 's adv ent ea and almost pain-
in railroad jards awau'.nj the right of go to Harlem and get satisfaction fiom not otilv leave .Mr S. a high and dr on in tlie pastorate at liuilington. newl)-in-- Mention not honorableswas made a few less. It insures the little new comer's
waj each other." the beach, but will brin about the against cluinae Ur Hopkins extinded to the st
ever) railioad entiling the city, and these di)s ago or the shaped itoiiiic. In fur.
health and aa ample supply of nourish-
llled pastor a welcome from the cit) and weie sent to fit) Counselor Mid-il- l, Now foi the broid llounce. which Is as
Cries of distress are reaching the rail- at the poor mil It is beinfj heldone
brook )estcrda) with a request for an prelt) as the other Is awkward It 's the ment. The prospective mother prepares
road ofheer'. Grain uujcr-- who- havf - - HE IS ABAD MAN.
cor-tiatt- Gentrv that he made a race at I'm.
'You come to us" he said, "when we opinion as to the abilitv of the citv to levival of a fashion that died of overwork herself for maternity bv taVmjj the ""Fa-
e on (lie It. publican count) ticket foi the, enforce the law compelling railroad com- attendant upon too much populant) man) vorite Prescription " and gives her child a
to deliver in ten or twei.t dav-tim-
EiulerN. AVell Known Here ni a place soon to be occupied In Luttiell .mil ale in need ol an eirnest worker, fight "iou
panies to keep street crossings clear. ears ago. A lon,c coat of aatciope cloth
are awaking to the fact that unices Paul that his political lecord is not deal in e find us In the midst of a long, hard
lesterdav Mr. Middlebrook delivered a and rur is cloth as far as the hips, in-
fair start in life bv giv in;r it a strong and
the blockade is raided they will suflffr a Crool., Wanted in A inita for for good govi inmeiit. for puru and right- cluding the-- sKeves, and then camts fur, well dev eloped body Thousands of homes
The license inspectorship is also one of eous politics in our citv and our state We written opinion on the subject to the po-l.-
that were childless, echo with
serious monetarj io- -, prhap become Murder Done In JM7. the plums which ought to fall to Judge .lie glad of )onr aid in the struggle One commissioners In which he said: tight at hrst. next liming into folds, and, y
bankrupts. From eery shipping point m
Section WW. p ige r.', of the revised citv of course, tinlnc-d- . An odd -- haw I cloak babies' laughter, and bless this gTeat medi-
Chief of Police Hajes received a let- elect Hunter. This plaee. howevir lias of the prime tokens of the orthodox) of Is trimmed with a broad bard of sable, cine. Thousands of women who were
the grain belt the demand for cars is been farmed out to Judge Marsh as a ministers of the Congregational persuasion ordinances. sj)S no engineer, conductor
ter jtsterdav from Mark Itobbms. super- or other person in charge of a train shall at laid on quite fiat and only tapering to be- weat, nervous, despondent invalids, are
daily and a like condition pr- intendent of police at Anderson, ind . In- salve for the .votinds caused by being is that we do not sacrifice our principles ar time stop or canst it to be stopped in come the throat prettilv lis relationship to da) happy, hcalthv w iv es and mothers
ecis In the Ftates east of the Mississippi forming him that Paul Andrews, alias turned down b) Judge e'hri-nn- ii in the to pirt), and that we believe in the best or on anv street crossing for an) purpose 10 tne uoirnau is mane clear i) me
rice for presiding judge be there Is m the n ition " becau-- e of this medicine. Medicine deal-
The roads of that - ction aie now com- Cljde Teletcher, who was serving a term Theie will undoubtedlv man) change In closing he said "1 welcome )0U as whatever. If in offense of this nature is roette In the mail of the back, vvnich --
ers sell tt
committed in view of a policeman in my gathers all the tullne-- s of the girment to-
pelled to depend upon their own facilities in state's prison there for highvvav rob- in other offices for tin ic.ison as i 'nch
that a lellow citizen, a fellow Christ! in, a fel- opinion the person committing it should gether onl) to let It How out unrestrained- Constipation kills sjowly but it kills.
for moving freight bery, has been posltivelv identified as Paul count) judge v. ill demand that price low Congregation ihst and a fellow minis-
be arrested on the spot The peiiait) is a ly afterward. Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets care tt.
Cars of the Western lines are no longer Enders wanted at Vinita, for murder. for an unlimited number of de puties he ter, and extend to vou the right hand of fine of not less, than $10 nor more than
be allowed to name one or more of the fellowship Mav God grant to )0ii i long for e u h offense. T he rights of rail- Liqueur stand" come In a xnriet) of st)Ies
permitted to make the through trip to ihe Hnders formerly lived in Kansas Citv deputies. No eountv judgi lias cvci fail- and fruitful ministr)." Dr Hopkins
and at almose everv price, from the plain
Atlantic -- eaboard or to Gulf ports. The and he left a long crlmiml record benlnd ed to control ne oi more appointments grasped the oung pastor cordnllv bv the roads under their francUse are alwavs jug of colpred or clear uncut crvstal with
Tcsult is that at St. Iouis there are thou- of deputies in the other eountv offices subservient and spcondarv 10 reasonable
him when he disappeared fiom here, fin- hand police regulations, such as maintaining its little cups, to the set of wafer-thi- n in-
sands of cars. heavj with freight, on the ders is said by the police to be one of the This is done simpK lo cuir) favor with The Charge to the Pastor," w i spokPn the public thoroughfares or the city free taglio glass mounted in silver filigree witn
sidetracks awaiting the arrival of relief worst negro criminals that ever operated the ji.dges of the eountv court ind forms bv Dr. J. H ('rum, of Beacon Hill Congre- from obstructions in mv opinion the rall-w- a) exquisitely chased silver tra) to match. A
in Kansas the balai ce wheil of the machine which gational chinch He elaborated the in- companies have no rights which liqueur set with decanter half enveloped
cars Every pound of freight In them will workhouse CIt.v. He served man) Jul and robber-.- .
grinds out the sheke's lor the ollice hold- junctions of the Apostle Paul to Timothy. would enable them to ev ide or naliif) such In braided silver straw, after the st)le ot
havo to be transferred by hand or by llfiO. he wassentences for in the murdei April.
ers To iefus a eountv judge ,. small ' Let vou own life be an embodiment of ordinances as those above cited and I Italian wine bottles, and glasses shaped
clevators. The latter are filled to the negro named George, but was acqumeo favor of this kind would mean to eurtul whit v ou preach,' be counselled. Take know of no reason whv such ordinances like grape-lea- f cup. Is slngularl) prettv.
overflowing point already and ju-- t when the in U92 he was convicted of highway the. list of deputies it would mitigate held of vour doctrine, vou will never pro- cannot be promptlv enforced.' Another set with glass tray edged with
freight blockade will be raised railroad and served a short sentence In the
against the g svstem which must duce deeper convictions than )ou have It is rot the intention of the commis- a gilded silver wreath of grapes and grape
cannot even conjecture. count) jail. After erving out his sen- be sustained and to do this the eountv vourself Pre.ieh trie Word the great fun- sioners to make arrests for the oflenses leaves has a cr)Sta! decanter with a gilded
The movement of freight, both east and tence Knders disappeared. officials must have the good will of the
eountv court As it requires two or damental truth-- , the revealed word of God alreadv reported, hut the companies will silver grape-lea- f stopper and each tin) THE OLD UEUVBLC SPECIALISTS.
west. Is heavier now- than it has been for
A ear ago last Julv. I'nders killed a ind adopt vour mes-ag- e to the people be notified the) mut obey the I ivv In the glass has a gilded 'nlver base and handle
cars Very few "empties" are returned. man at Vinita and afterward judges to confirm ippointments in Pleach In the fear of God and not in the made of a mlver grape stem The decan-
ide his future and the police instructed to make 32 'earV
In common with the merchants of other escape. He was arrested later in Ander- '
offices under their lurisdiction and it is ter of slim and graceful proportions Is the
at I'ecessarv to please the mdges and the icar of man arrests whenever they see it violated. la the treatment o the Throat and Lung TrouMrt
cities, the wholesalers of Kansas Citv are son for burglarv and was serving a long judge- - to please the olln I.ils of the ountv Rev Mr. J. B Richardson, of Hiiwatha. Usual reception for cordials, b it prim lit- Catarrh. A'ttcu Uromhttls,. Neno-is- .
suffering great inconvenience in the ship- sentence when it was learned that he was conn f ivors of a mutual character aie delivered the "Charge to the People." lie tle bottles, with slendT neck" like the Chronic and pUl Dl'Sise eg
ment or orders. Shipments arp being hold wanted at Vinita for murder, finders' i hargeil them lo be a church of faith, not
SAYS THERE IS NO DANGER. ones maraschino and come in are anl-et- te
bai k and the local Irelght sheds are tilled. true character and n ime were furnished alwa)s granted. one of mere lovalt) to standards of ortho-dox- v. seen in cr)stal. colored, clear or mounted Men and Women.
The cotton crop of the South is now the authorities at Anderson and the negro "Have nth confidence in God and Bat Superintendent I.oncwell Thinks richly with repoustv .silver designs. Gild-
ready to be moved and the demand for is now on his waj to the Indian Territory
as ELECTION 0F OFFICERS. in vour fellow men." he lid
"A Chris- It oulil Do Vo Hnrm to Repair
ed silver picked out with Rus-ia- n
French enamel in pale color- - is
and LOST MANHOOD
cars is as great from therecrops it is In to stand trial for murder. tian has no business to doubt God or to for u-- ed
Hesto red Kidney and Bladder troubles remanent!
the West. The bounteous of the lose faith In his fellow men I have an utter Hull) Reservoir. stands for the tin) glasses and rims for cured GIt.
Gonorrhoea. VarUtxele an I MrUtar
past two jears are responsible for all the Chief DnsinesM Before I lie Missouri abhorrence foi a calamitvite both in the the tra)s. cured without pain No cutting hyphilla and all
trouble the railroads are now encounter- SNEAK THIEVES ABROAD. Itcpiihlican ( lllb ill its Meet- church and state. Christians should have At the request of a committee of citi- Blood cured without mercury.
ing. Thrifty farmers and sagacious buvers an abiding hopeful optimism There is no zens from the Fourth and rifth wards, In a certain church a certain man caused
pooled their issues and the result was that A Large .Number of Sinnll Rnhhrrlen ing; I. n st Mgbl. place in heaven or in earth for the pessi- composed of R. D. Craig. J. F. Spencer. the banns of marriage iadv be published be-
to YOUNG HEN
the freight rush started without adequate An adjourned meeting of the Missouri mist. I believe that God hates a c)nic." tween himself and a
P. De Pries, T. Gilruth and II. Finn. Al- not engaged, and who has to whom he to Suffering from the r?ed ot youthful follies or la
warning, and. like a moving snowball, it Itrpnrfed to tile Police Se- Mr. Richardson said that it was the dutv no intention
has increased lu size until the railroads Republican Club w.ts held st nigh' for
dermen Swanson and Beroth will prepare marrv him. He is noor and has no credit. diwnritonv or are troub'ed ith Weakness. Nerou
cannot cope with It veral rrrntM Made. t'e transactionmeeting,of business left unfinished of the congregation to work for the best an oidinance for presentation at the next She Is wealth), and at the time of the pub- Debility. Lost of Meciory. Despondency. Avenloa
laical rallro id officials are averse to dis- in a pastor, that thev wero wedded to eo,moii meetirg. apnropriating enough lication of the banns was In fiurope. The to Socletr Kidney Troubles, or any disease ot lh
Sneik burglar- - made their
They admit that presence th'eves and City known Monda) from the last at which the mic- him for better or for worse, and what was instan- can here find safe nd speedy
cussing the situation. Kansas tion of the annual election of officers for mono) to make needed repairs in the Holly effect of the arnouncement Genlto-triaar- y
there is a car famine and that all the roads night and injesterdn). A large number cf the ensuing cir was brojght up Prep-
God had joined together, let no man put
asunder street reservoir The amount to be ap- gratulationsThe mar's credit revived con- cure guaranteed.reasonable, especially to the peor.
could do double the amount of business Rev Mi Howard, the new pastor, pro- propriated will depend on the estimate of poured in. and for a few weeks Cure
thej are now doing if they had the motive minor robberies were reported to the police arations for this election are made at the the cost of the work, lo be made bv the he had a ilfllchtful life Then came a
power and cars. The also say that it is from all over the cit). Clothing thieves first regular meeting m November and as nounced the benediction The music for
the s.rvlce was. excellent, rendered bv the
superintendent of the waterworks. People letter from the lad;. In the cae. She de H1DDLE-AGE- D HEN.
unusual to not permit freight cars to are giving the police more trouble now the meeting last night was an idjourned residing- m the vicinitv of the reservoir liled her engagement to the and icious and
make through trips, but Justify the action church choir, consisting of Messrs. will-- i still insist the leak In the wall is growing penniless one. and threatened to bring pro- - There are many troubled with too frequent eTaca-ati-
on the ground that each road must take than an) other clas. Onlv two arrests meeting of the Hist icgul.ir meeting it was im Ornish) and II Pcbelmesr and larger d ilij and the consequent danger ot reeaings agairst rim tor unci. But sup of the bladder, oftei anompanled by a slight '
care of its particular territorj to the best for burglary wre made bv the police ves-terd- decided to get read) lor the election. The Mis-e- s Harriett Tu-n- and fiva Case Miss
er Ids sensation, and weakening; of
an inundation is increasing. Superintcnd-an- t fio-- e he pleads that be bad hopes of the smrtlnc orInburn manner the patient cannot account
Christina McMillan was the org mist. the syiem a
of lis audit. and the) were men wanted in an-s- as usual procedure N lo selec t bv ballot the Longwell maintains that the leak dis- who can prove that he hid rofThen j for On examining the urinary ropy
"To give an Idea of the demand for Cit), Kas. amc of twentv-iiv- e numbers who sh ill charges the same quantify of water it did few persons understand the real object of I &dlmen will of tea be found, anddeposit, a par- sometimes
car," said a cite an instance whichjesler-da-
well posted railroader George Miers and Prank Maurln were
came arcsted for robbing Piaragan s saloon at
choose irom among their number nine
members to act as a nominating commit- PREPARING F0RHEAD CAMP. )ears aeo and that there Is no danger. publishing ihe banns. It is popularlv i ticles of albumen ulll appear anl the rolorbe ot
"I can Tne committee has secured the following thought that thev are made public to bring a thin. rnllkih hue. again rhanlng to a dark, torpti
under tn own observation a few davs aco i North James street, Kansas. Cit), Kas. tee. In order to expedite, matters a reso- statement from the water department as out such facts as whether either part) has d.flcjlty appearance There are many uteT 'who die of this
at Atchison. West, anas at every shipping The) were taken there lor trial bv Ser-
immense amount of geant Shlpp,
lution was adoptt d lo.. have the ch ill ...... -
l.j t f.illin.lttnn ,,1 ki.li .t tt. ..
se- I.oenl Modem Woodmen Have ItniNed to the quanlitv of water discharged b) the been previous!) married aril has a partnT ITiornt of the cau-- which ! the eeoTl
Tlie doctor will ku.u an-
point in the f (1
leak: still alive, or whether thev are under ag" t 9t of seminal weakness
grain is piled up, and notice lias been re- police force. of the Kansas Cit). Kas,
SUJSOO and Will Haluc ftlO.000
of the IW Pill lie e who chip then fnrm .IK
At tlie pre-e- time. gallons of wa- The true object of banns being published te a perfect cur genitourinary cas-- In all vueh and heftlthy 5.
ceived that other shipments are ready to
be moved. The Missouri Pacific was un-
A. Cohen, of I".22 Grand avenue reported
to the police )esterdav that sneak thieve-- ,
chosen b) ballot.
This committee v ill meet at Hie rlub-roo-
Delegates from Kan-a- s
et ter each twent)-fou- r
hours pours through was to give the chuich wardens an oppor-tunit- v restoration Those unaht tu call
tne leaks, which would make a grand to-
cf fie crganv Coat dila-
to object If the parties were poor ticulars ut their ca&e and hata medicine nt by ex- write full par-
able to handle it One hundred and twen-- t entered his store and made awav vith two
extra cars were needed to handle the
net haturdav night to decide bv
billot the nine membe-- s tii.tt will formg camus of Modern Woodmen of America tal for a vear of 31.1M 0 gallons. The to- and likel) to he a charge on the pirish. j press with full Iirtructions for uje. Mentlaa thl
tal cost of pumping water, including the
extra freight and the officials had to ad- overcoats valued atthe dwelling house ot
J0 paper when wrltinc
Burglars the nominating committee T lie uomin.it-ir- met at the Midland lat night to do some- - I
fixed chirgcs. fcr the fiscal vear of 1W Harper's Bazar: To write a letter when
mit that even car was in use and that Dr. George entered committee will hive one mouth in was $7u per million gallons, at which rate one suffers from a fit of blues, irom
C. Mosher. at CI", fiast Ninth
thej were scattered from the initial point street and stole a grav mackintosh and which to make up tnc tickets which will
thing in the w.i) of making arrangements
for the nation il convention, or head camp the l'akage above mentioned means a loss or chronic depression, thus sendirg
to the terminus." a dark blue uluer worth $:1 be voted on at the first regular meeting to the citv of SH4 57 per )ear. forth one's mcl incholv to beeome the chill) rosltivcly cure I without piin by a new method, en-
The packing houses of Kanas City, how- of the club in Januarv which will be the meeting of the M. A , to be held In
wt blanket is which can smother another' i tirely original ilhregularN'obusiness necessary- - Curet
ever are not included in the sufferers Daisycncak thief entered the ho.ne of-. Mis.
Brooking, of I(H.1 first Tuesdav in the nionili Kansas Citv the first week in June next. nappiness. Out coms No detestiaa frora
us cutting or cautery uied.
from the blockade. Thej operate their own broad da)Iicht and madeMain s with n BISCUIT CAUSED A ROW.
awav a The ofiii ei- - to be elect, d are a president, At ill it time it la expected this citv will the bright sunshine, and vour clouds guaranteed
and their equipment has kept pace three vice presidents recording financial be called upon to cnb itnin piu.OOO AVood-me- n but vour dnrklv and wrtchedlv con-
with their growing trade. lot of clothing and s0mc cosily jewelry and corresponding secretaries treasurer Georgia I.evrU' Table Mannerit Result- Office hours 9 a m. to 12; I p. m to 3 p. m.. snJ
A prominent Burlington official went to and negro ornaments.
table and live members of the executive com- At the biennial convention In Du- - ceived letter has gone be)ond jour reach, I to S p. m. Sundays. 0 to It a. in., cnly.
A porter named George Me Kin-ne- ), I uque a vear and a hall ago there were and )ou cannot recall It and it i busy
Chicago estcrday to make strenuou ef- mittee i'1000 in attendance, and the vastly superior ed in Her Husband Homhnrdliifc
forts to relieve the car famine. He stated who was emplo)ed In Jacob
saloon, at C17 Delaware street,
The following are the twentv-tiv- e per- accommodations uf Kansas Citv make it Her Willi ( rockerj .
about its baleful errand wl en ou are in no
frame of mind to own that jou sent it DR. & CO., SPINNEY
before Ipaving that there were 8,000 cars sons who will diaw lots net Saturd iv certain that ihe attendance here will be
blocked at St. IoUis. to have robbed tr.e till of IW at an night to choose the nine membeis of the 20 Wi largei.
Newton Lewi- - and his wife, Georgia, out. Years af tcrv ard it mav f ill Into the 900 Main St., cor. 9th. Upstairs.
early hour )esterda) morning and left. quarreled at the supper table last night door the chaige heirs, and may liv insanity.
hands of vour at vour
SAYS LOWE ISA "PANTATA."
BARNES' HARD TASK.
C. C. Ande rsun,
il. Bovard John S Gardner, fi IS
Kralz W II Otto, A. J Shirk, George
The committee has engaged Convention
ball for th- - nrst week In June, and the over the possession of the last warm bis- of a tendenc) to
or be eiuotcd in e.idcnce of vour spiritu il ,
- - K.rJSrtS city, mo.
A Neal C. C Yost. A W. Love. Chester sessions of the head amp will be held cuit on a plate, and as a result they will or menial weaicness anil inr iicitv Re-
Pnrv ii broker hcbnplro Declare the II ere. ns will also tlie contests between appear in police court this morning to frain from writing letters when ou are in
O Neill. C G Young S 1 Johnston Sam teams of roresters. the uniformed rank of
Dclce-llv- Ileceivcd 95 fur I'ro- -
e Hid ole Employment Coiixixln In Irj- - Scott fi A. orrs J II Pink George .1
the order, and Modern Woodmen bands, answer to a charge of peace dlstunnnce. a Another point, and this has to do with
fiowe has been summoned
to appear before the board of police com-
Ing tu Collect a Hill That In
He gave his name as J. D. Barnes An
P.aer Hans Lund W. M. Davis Willi im
dough, George Ilines
Ingill- - Walter Dickev, S fi Baer, S L.
H Hunt Ralph for both of which large prizes will be of-
In addition to the national convention,
ri State Iog Rolling
of Modern Woodmen will meet at the same
Thev are neeroes ad live near the
of Independence and Lvdia avenues. coiner rightletters'the publl" to the Intimate knowl-
home when he heard cries of murJer, by the publication of
of well known people. What
ut) Constable Jerry Smith was passing edge, has unveiling, the revel itlon caused
and he rushed into the house to learn the helpless dead can lift no hand when the letters
missioners to defend himself against officer arrested him for lotermg around trouble.
charges of conduct unbecoming an officer, the streets and lie was in police court ves-tcrd- av M'CURDY WILL ACCEPT. time, and these two meetings, together own defense or protection. Much as we en-
"Take that," Lewis shouted, as he joy biography, there often comes over lis
morning to deny the accusation with the Interest aroused bv the prize eon-tes- ts
smashed his wife in the face with a
l'he complaining wlti.e h Jacob Schapiro, between teams ami bards, are what bowl. "I'll teach vou to show bad man- a creepy ienne. a sort of shiver, at pri- the
a pawnbroker. Lowe is accused of as- that he Is a vagrant. Mill He ( lilef Deputv I mler Collector Lring the tremendous crowds ners it the table ' thought that those who wrote thoe
saulting Schapiio and calling him vile When Judge Burnham asked him if be Gottlieb Oilier p point men In There are about I.COO Modern Woodmen Lewis then hurled a coffee pot at his vate personal letters never Intended th"m
About a week ago Schapiro was arrested "Most assured!) I have. I am no vagrant
Detectives Spirks and Lowe for falling because I'm working ever) di) "
to .eport the purcnasc ot sioien propenj to
had any defense to make, he replied,
"What was the last job of work )ou
of America In Kansas City, and the) ex-
pect to raise the $10 CO neces-ax- y
John W. MrCurd) the present collector, entertainment among themselves, without
an) appe il to the general public. At the
and J D Kubanks a deputy will both be meeting last night $J.T0O was turned In as
wife's head as she crawled underneath the for the perusal of other e)es than thos?
table. The floor was strewn with broken of the one to whom they were addresspre-
dishes and broken glassware when Smith Tamous men and women should take
waded in and marched tho couple off to cautions during their lifetime against the
the police. Schapiro bought a J2.J pair of performed-"- ' a"kcd Judge Hurnham, still police headqiarters. invasion of their individual rights when
cpera. glass-e- s that had been stolen from doubting the truth of the prisoner's state- offered clrputv shins in the offire of Couniv the result of a voluntar) assessment upon "You ain't eoin' to lock mo up"" In- they are no longer here
the residence of T Lee Adam. In police ment that ho earns his bread b) the sweat Collector Chris Gottlieb Mr. Gottlieb an- tho Kansas Citv members Between this quired Mrs. Lewis of Lieutenant Weber. Letteis are endowed with a sort of enrth-- 1
court Scliaptro was adjudged guilt and of his brow.
Judge Hurnham fined him $.
After the I put up a stone wall about two months
had lOtti disposed of Lowe and Scha- ago. was the laconic replv
nounced vestcrdav that he would offer po-
sitions to both these men.
and Jun an of $1 each will be
for the same purpose, which will
bring in $10. and r'ans will be deviscu
' I didn't do nothin' hut dodge dishes." Immortalitv and indestructibility which
When Lieuten int Weber ordered them resists ever) thing except the flames
below Mrs Lewis burst into tears and
piro had some words about the matter and ' And )ou haven't done any thing since? ' "Whether they will accepted I don t for getting the remaining $1,230 without a contrary spirit. Her cries could Hirlbs Reported.
know ' said Mr. Gottlieb "It - some time much difficult). be heard a block aw a) as she was half
the former assaulted the litter.room trou- added JudgeI Hurnham.
The until March when I go into office
1 ind carri"d, half dragged down to the holdover. Johnson. Abner and Helta, 1013 Terrace; BEST LINE TO
ble occurred in the detention at po- "Oh. ves have. I have been trvin lo tliov ma) have a nance before that time November 13; bo).
lice headquarters Lowe claims that Scha- collect a ?4 account a. fellow owes me. Its to do belter Both are valuable men ind BONNER SPRINGS A CITY. Sewell. W. B. and Minnie: 1G0 Madison. PITTSBURG, JOPLIN, FT. SMITH,
piro called him vile nams and that he was a bad debt and I'm having a hard time in thoroi.ghl) understand ever) thing con- WHITE ISRELEASED. November 2; bov.
Justified in resenting the insult heaped up- tDing lo get It." nected with the collectors office. I must Pirst filcction nf Municipal Offlcern Henderson. George and Belle. 93) Cedar:
on him Schapiro afterward swore out a "Dismissed to go to work," Judge Burn-ha- have- - experienced men here, of course It 11: bo).
Snrnb Home Cnnlil nt Identify November Nathan and Mary 1Z , 3 South
tate warrant for Lowe arrest, charging wrote upon hi-- , docket, and Barne-- , isn't like man) other offices. The depu'ies x HI He Held December .Mix
Elllctt. HOUSTON, GALVESTON,
him with common assault, and the case is took a cramped piece of paper from an mu-- 1 have a knowledge of the w i) busi-- i T he ( nmllilntcM. the .Xcgro Trnat) ns Her James street girl.
still pending in Justice fibcrt's court. Inrer pocket and once more started in ess is transacted lure befoie the) can CTFIaherty. . J. and 1Z. M . i:i". Agnes;
Lowe arrested Schapiro 'lgain Monday on search of the man who ones him $1. wait upon propertv owners Bonner Springs is now a citv of the fnilaiit. November S. bo). HOT SPRINGS, NEW ORLEANS.
a charge of buing stolen propcrtj. This Besides Mr. MeCurilv, who will be the third class. Bv virtue of a recent order Tom White, the negro trusty who was Dibbles. R. A. and Julia. ll S L)dia; No-
time le was charged with purchasing a SKINNER FINED SI 00. chief deputy, IT he ace ep's Mr. Gottlieb will of the boird of c"unt) commissioners ot arrested Moi.da) on suspicion of hiving vember s; John and H. S . li!S Grand; No-
that had been stolen. Schapiro's have three regular deputies. In the ill, U)andotte count), that little hamlet has assaulted Mls Sarah Home Sunday night, vember b. bo). Condell.
defense was that the timepiece had not when the rush Is on he will give work to been lega'l;. incoiporated as "i third class
been pawned, but had mcrclv been left He Wan ChnrKeil With xsnnItliiK C. six or eight additional men next was released bv the police last night. Bow en. James and Lizzie: SIS1-- . West CHEAP RATES SOUTH T1R5T AND THUS
with him as sC4 urilv for the rent of a Mr McCurd) and Mr fiubanks both said cit) hrst municinal electionof will bemonth
and on the i.th dav
White was taken out to Mss Homes Twelfth. November fi. H girl. TLfcsDAS OF EACH MONT.1.
fi. Miuidn. n eirro CTinl Iciikci. the) would probabl) remain with Mr Gott- the held.
loom. Judge Hurnh mi believed Schapiro's
on filectlnn Ua. lieb Mr. McCurdv has been held a prim ir) election
In the office The icsidents nominated the following there home b) Detectives Sparks and Lowe and teenth: November and girl.S , . I'O East Six-
Tinkston. L. M.
t'torj tint lie is being persecuted bv the Mondav and can- she 'aid as soon ns he was ushered into
pollen anil be was discharged ill police since lss-- and has been collector for two didates for the various offices: Por major,
Zanz. Thomas and Helen, 1SI1 Locust; II. G ORR, Gen. Pass. Agt.
court jestndaj morning. Harr) Skinner, a gang politician who consecutive term-- . Mr. fiubinks is now Martin S fiverett and P. M. Downs: for her presence that he was not the man who November 10. girl.
assaulted her. White Is a trust) at the Ticket Office. 100 West 9tlu
The charges liled bv Schapiro against his earlv training from Joe Shan-ro- n. acting as cash.ei police judge, John Kirb) and J. A. Black- Cocknell. Prank M and Lillian: 730' .
Lowe with the board of police commission- was fined 5110 in police court )ester-i- v Peter Bowler one of Mr. McCurd) s depu- count) jail. He has three months to Campbell. October 31. girl Depot, Second and Wyandotte Streets.
ties, will be a deput) in the office oi Re- mail, lor cit) clerk. Louis David and J. serve )et for burglarv and larcen). Adonell. M. and Mar) ; Eighteenth and
ers an somewhat sensational The pawn- morning for assaulting C. fi Mundav. D Kuhu. for citv marshal and street com- Detectives are still scouring Hicks' and MrGee; November S. ov
broker .illej; tint went to him on negro challenger in he Pourth ward, or corder Gossett missioner O. Walker mil K. S. Llghtfoot; hollows, and ether negro quart-
a Belvidere Dold C. Jacob M P., li.0 Troost: HTmiTniuiriiinirniiiiirmiiirttKrrtiinwtMj
August 1 and demanded and received from
election day. Skinner appealed the case foi councilmen. Prank Warner. M. D. ers for the culprit who committed the November It; bo). and
him ?" for affording him protection. Scln-plr- o MOSTLY FOR CIGARS. liearden M. S fiverett, c. L David. A. brutal assaultt.
sas Lowe told him tint lie was look- to tha criminal court Mundav aid sev- Wood John Stotts. H. II. Kern. Carl Are Vou Going a$t?
ing after the pawnbrokers and was in a Hoimqtiist B J Brawner and D O. Nich- Senilis Ileporteil.
position to offer him protection or do him
harm Schapiro alleges that on the
eral other witnesses testified that Skinner
e ntered the voting booth at 1S2J Main street
a number of times on election day, an J
ne Candldnten Plied filcction
Willi the Recorder of
Although the various candidates differ
IN TRUE STYLE.
MISSOURI Priestly. Mary "V ; "03 Colorado, Novem- H
ber H. age " ears. la grippe J'phU, or snshore polnft, jou cannot do bUr thsa to
If JOP r 10111 for Cntsfortabl tnp. rrTf11rklJ Vf
strength of these statements he gave was finally ordered out politicailv. partisan lines will not be A .Necro Taker Who Palled to Slinvv Irvin. Irene, 54 Harrison. November 11;
Ijonf $.", Deeds lesterdnj.
Two months later Schapiro turned over
The negro questioned his right to enter
and leave the booth and Skinner became Pive successful candidates filed their
the Police That He W au Ileuf
age 42 jears; consumption.
Ander-o- Sallle. :7 W'jlnut. November n.
i LEHIGH VALLEY
lo Detective Charles Sanderson a pair of angrv. It was charged that he called campaign expense bills with the recorder CAMERA CLUB'S EXHIBIT. mill Dunili. 11. age 11' vears. pneumonia RAILROAD 3
thieves v mted In Horton for whoe arrest Munda) vile names and then assaulted him I5ll. Mar. li"rt Trac . November 12. age
Thomas .lores, a negro who tried to take "a vears;
frt Njpii Fall nZwi&--
Tb! rt? U lirojb a rfoi f
there was a reward of J25 Schapiro savs with his fists During the trouble it is Tuesd i and phthisic piilmomlis par-ilvs- 3
this in "V Lowe mad and he charges that alleged that Skinner pulled a revolver and John M Lind. Republican who will be Will He .iven Vi'vl TuoiIhj Dtenlnc In a few nickels by pl.ij Ing the deaf and Hordestj. infant- Twintieth and liardcs-tv- .
- UNRIVALLED SCENERY
mountain In jlt mshiaj at
the detcetlve cursed and abused him Lowe threatened to shoot the negro Bv sland- the next constable in the Third district, In the (llil V. II. V. A. dumb racket, was lined Jim In police court Novemlr 14 age 2 hours Inanition T
m ami ptachl Itn." IhH fa th rwit f
Richardson. Pegg. Hruh creek Novem-
denli s all of these charges and ajs that ers inteifered and Skinner was turned over spent $s'. of which $10 w is for sundncs. jeslerday morning. Judge Burnham after- ber
lie ir prcpireu to prove unit lie n.is had no to the police All of the cases of this kind li. age 2T vears septleemia Z BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS 3
for cigars and $' for a bugg) The rest HllillllllK. ward granted a btnv of execution and give
In which Judge Hurnham has ase id Utwpra BiiJiV ami Wk. ifca
dealings with Isrhnpiro except in his Riling. Louis; IIS Ljdia, November 11: Z 2 -- . .
of an officer enforcing the laws.
lines have been appealed to the criminal
A. L Seachrist Democratic representative Th t'jmera Club will s,ivc a musical en- Jones ten minutes to cover the distance be- age '! vears disease? of kldnevs Z
ln thro;!i triln Ira (a carry dioluc eu arfcf V 3
court. fiom the Seventh distiict. pent $11 10 lor tertainment and sicrenpticon exhibition in
tween the city hall and the Kan-a- s state
I MEALS a la CARTE. ro tt rootr. laforma
TWO PEOPLE MISSING. cigars He paid ? foi 4 e' cards l". 1 fu. the uidltorium of the 1'cpper building. line. New Warnckf's 1776 Bread. Try It. For ratratl
WILL BE 0NTHE CARPET. cigars, SIC foi eight men to peddle trkits Ninth and Locu-- t streets, at S o'clock next "Dem perliie done made me talk, jeilrfC." tioa tract far, wtrrn-- J . rjJdrw. withirfoorrtata 3
unci $2 for banners said Jones to Judge Burnh im by wa of InuRleil HortKiiKe use. Z lo atani, Ch. H. I er. IV. Zt, New York.
Jlr. I. I'lRlier. of l.'to Poplar, ami .1. 1
Mex Abels, tlie Republican candidate who ,Tucfi1i nlsht. Tlie econil part will con-si- -t
explanation. "When I'se tried to 'splaln to Ziuxt n rn i u !ru.u tti ttrttrrrci u3
II. Prterif, of Sheffield. Are He- - Tliirlj Saloonkeeper Must Defend who was elected i constable In the Pourth of views bv .1 I Itevmond, president, 'em b signs dot I vvuz deef- and dumb ilej A pair of mules three mortgages and
Themxelves l'rom Plinrne of Keep- district pud fid fivlir a $bl 7". liverv bid and J S McKfcltnie. vice president, of the hit me wld a bunchgoof kev- and made me John Hughes a joung co'ored man. figur-
iiiKT sTenrcliciI I'or. His incidentals amounted to Sis Kan-.i- s ."it Camer i flub The rooms of holler Signs don't " wld ile perlice. Dej'a ed for Itveral hours In a suit In Judge EasUtli Otamoail Braa.i.
ing; Open on filcction Iln. Marshall A Pnrlev the Republican the l imera club, will the open tlnor of theon top got ter be -- bowed Gates' court vestcrdav. Hughes, who Is a
Mrs fi i'lshcr of 1IT0 Poplar avenue.
hac been missing from her home sine The thht) saloonkeepers and bartend- elected a justice of ill- - p u e in the sev-
enth distiic i expended orlv C7 He paid on the o clc--
Pepper building be
evening of the entertainment, from
lo is teamster, borrowed the inonev from
Joe Johnson with vhlch to buy the ENNYROYAL PILLS
Monda morning Mrs Fisher started ers who were arrested for keeping thn $2 for cigir- - and $10 for printing 7 to v SEWER JJAVED IN. mule. gling him a chattel mortgage ns W .yTav rtil nml '3 Only Genulor.
duwn town to have some dent.il work pi ices of business open on election da) James Spellac) Demociatic onst ible In ecuritv. To a man named Woolford from
UT ChUK'ttrrm &tp
and Ins not .een since. She will appear before the board of police com- the Plrst distiict bought $10 worth of ci- IN PRKR1IIS. the animals he also gave
J. H. Hunter, n l.pliorer, Nrnrly Hur- whom he boughtpart ot the purchase price mmJ Jtrt In Krd f,Wa
C1W aa-- l
Is 31 jeirs old. has blue eos and dark
v ore a biuk dress black hat and
missioners thin afternoon to show cause gars, paid $7"i for sui.diies. $10 for hack
blie $10 for filing debgit'on and M for led Alive nt Independence and
a mortgage for
and he afterwards mortgaged the team for
Naw MaJd wlta blsv rlboB.
no other JteftM dmnitrrmtM tvtafifu. V Tkey
hair and whv their licenses should not be revoked C! T. FtOLkh.im and wife, of the l. lliil-luiu-
CUnrlulte lenterilnj. tIII another loan. His enditors sued to I ton and taviforia. jtlrt.zrti a.armlJ
brown coat when she left home Her hus- handbills went to New ork citj last evening in ru3pi rar panunitt. utiiiMslaa
band reported the fact ol her disappear-
ance to the iiolice veterda. He fears
The law gives the commissioners the power
to revoke the license of any dram-'io- p
Reports pied vesterda) at Independence
show that Justice Will- - spent JSs '.0 Lew-el- l) A concert was glen last night at the J. II. Hunter, a laborer C2 jears of age
recover the loan" 'nIIr far Lad in tcKw. b mM !.
that harm has IT v ears old
befallen her keeper who wllfullv and dellherntel) )s
n Jores a candidate for justice of the At.ulemv of Music for the benefit of Holy and residing at Independence, was almo-- t If ou lime never used Carter's Lit- ClllrkeatfrCkcmlcsl CawVadlMMt Bmmr
J II I'c terie. has been miss- anv order of the board In peaie $J7 2 G A. McKinnev constabh church.Ro-a- rv go at once to the nearest
burled alive ve4terday b the caving in of drugLiver Pills, get a vl.il. They will sure--
tle Sfili tj" &.1 Local DnjlJtt. IIIIL.lAiA.
ing from his home at Sheffield for several the) are II ible for a fine of not lees $3.00. J M Craig, justice of the peace for Tho Central W C T. IT. will hold serv- a sewer excavation at Independence ave- store and l
feet T inches tall, weighs thin $20 nor more thin i Blue township t and A. J Liddil. who ices at noon at the Y. JI C. A please joj. Doa't forget this
1ax He is light.
light hair Judge Burnham dlsniisseel all of these missed the campaign issessnient $1 As All pre-e- whit" ribboncrs In the city are urged to nue and Charlotte street. Hunter was dig- BUY THE GENUINE
145 pounds ging at the botton of the excavation when "Mother Superior Mncon Here.
and blue ejes 111" father offers a reward c.iesground thatcourt .a fewelection ago on
was a the election expenses hav. to be recorded be nt
caved in without warning, burl-
$10 for an) information concerning him. the before commissions can be tnere CuptJln il. V.. Rulon, representing Mun-- 1 the earthup to his neck. He was duff Mother Superior M. Sineon. of tho Lorot-tln- e
HE PLANTED THE GOODS.
quiet, orderl) affair, due to the almost
general compliance on tie part of the sa-
loonkeepers in closing
will be a rush of those who were luckv. on's remedies, is at the Mitchell. Cuptain
The unluck) candidates will file their Union will at once start a vigorous cam-
statements later. paign in behalf of the famous liunjon rem-eill- e-
bv fellow laborers and attended by Assist-
ant Citv Phvsici-i- broken collar bone.
suffering with a
out order. Is spending a few divs In Kan-
l.app. who found him sas Cltj at th Sacreil Heart academy,
After Twcnt sixth and Belleview avenue. --
... KAJJDTACTUHZD BT...
SYRUP OF FiiS
HoHtnek Cnnc ( ontlnned. heen set. l.e was
the broken bone had He was otherwise un-
John Lnvmnn. a Delivery Iloj. Arrest- WHY SHOULD THIS BE? Prc-iden-
t Barney Harvey, of the News-hoj- -'
union, will talk to the members of
to his .home. BURLINGTON ROUTE SPECIALS. CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO,'
The case of Prank Bostock. manager and
ed for Defrauding I'lcldliig A
Co. Out of 8100.
part owner of Hagcnbeck's shows, now
wintering at the armor), at Twelfth street Connie Court VIIcmvn Clerk Crif tenclen
the Catholic LiadleV Alii Society I", their
rooms .it li Wc-- t Tenth street, at .! 0
Deransreiiient of the liver, with con-
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS TO THE
WEST AND NORTHWEST.
sir a otk y.mr--. tbj
and Troost avenue, was continued In police People's Mnnc to Hu fileelrie promptl All those intere-te- rt in the stipation, injures the complexion induces First and third Tueidavs. November and
John Lawon, a deliver)' boy in the cm-pl- o)
shoe fund" arc invited to be
alnut street, court yesterday morning until Tuesday aft- pimple", sallow skin Remove the cause December.
E. STINE & SON
of Fielding K. Co . VCl ernoon at 2 o'clock. Line Tickets. pretent. by using Carter's Little Liver Pills. Ono
was arrested cstcrda) b) Detectives Judge Burnham set the case for 2 o'clock The county court held a short session a dose. Try them. BURLINGTON TICKET OFFICE.
Sparks and Lowe on a charge of stealing next Tuesday at the special request of the )esterda) at Independence allowing Clerk
goods from his emplo)ers I.awson was counsel for the defense. Manv societ) la-
Intrusted with the deliver) of goods to dles have objected been subpoenaed as witnesses, Crittenden $15 with which to bii) elei trie Bean the
J9 T3 Kini1 Yc'J Hare AlvraR Bia$l Liquor lor Kanua.
K3 Main Street.
Three Time a AVeeU.
customers and he hit upon a plan to retain and the) to being summoned to line tickets to and from the ill). $21 The Shipped daily In secure packages by
GEORGE EYSSELL DrussUt. The California Limited, via Santa
the articles which he was goods, he forged appear af an hour when the courtroom is court also tickets. the i ountv clerk county
usually crowded with North end loungers. telephone
S H Chile?
Opposite wailing room Union depot. Route. Finer and faster than ever. THE JOURNAL 10c A WEEK.
Instead of delivering the