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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 July 1890

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY ,17, 1899. IOWA'S NEW PRESIDENT DIU 3IACI.EAX AVILD nCGIN HIS DUTIES AUGUST 1. Ilia Career nn Student and Instructor Interesting Educational Xcsva From Leading: Schools and CoIIcsca of the IVest. 6 i WTpJ sS P3 rain f khM l!iillri' . isMaaaa.;''saPslsaSSLSS.JW iE'l Chancellor MacXean, of -the University of Nebraska, will take up ,his duties of ficially as president of Iowa State univer sity August 1. His Inauguration will occur some time between September 2D and Oc tober 6, and promises to be an affair largely attended and unusually brilliant. He ac cepted the call to the University of Iowa because he believed that there w ere gTeater opportunities to work. Iowa people are congratulating themselves upon his accept ance, and the board of regents Is very en thusiastic and loyal in Its support. His leaving Is greatly regretted by Nebraska, as he has done a great work In the face DR. GEORGE E. 3IACLEAN, -New President of" Iowa State University. of t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

IT jL pwital mm jr VOLUME XXXIX. NO. 249. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, FEBRUARY 14 1897 SIXTEEN PAGES. SUNDAY. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IS 1ST CRITICAL. SITUATION IJf CRETE CAUSES THE CREATKST AXXIETY. ALL EUROPE AFRAID OE WAR. MARKED A 0,?r Ijr LOJiDOX DIP LG 2S$ CIRCLES. 33? IS RUSSIA STRING GREECE? KI5C GEORG1 SRALLY FORCED IJfTO THE 7V HE TOOK. f laws. the Povrers 'Are It is not because V iresnre to 1 2LSJWe-SnItu ;UUCf iUl LUC UA.U Upon Povr- arc Crete .urlfey.. 1 13. All Europe Is watching ? firework display with the great- fc.ety, as a spark may set all Europe ja. Everybody is agreed that the pres '1 moment Is the most critical since the powers intervened In Turkish affairs. The daring action of Greece in sending Prince George with a torpedo flotilla to Crete has caused, a tremendous flutter in the Euro pean cabinets. Telegraphic dispatches on the subject have been flying across the Con tinent between the different governments and their embassies. "Unusual activity pre vails at the British ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY M, 1897. n f hS J? I executive, which led to some remarks on the attitude of the government toward Cuba that produced several wild outbursts of applause from the members. He spoke of the fact that the news Papers and every sort of information from Cuba told of the heroic struggle of that body of devoted patriots for freedom. "Yet." said he. "diplomacy " prates or autonomy. Autonomy for tho bird when the snake is ready to strike: autonomy for the lamb In the fangs of the wolf: autonomy when the maiden is at the stake and the fagots are "burning: If it is right that wc should interfere wo should do so on tho lilsh ground that free men should aid free men In their struggle for freedom. We lured those people in this Mruggle. livery breath that blew .from thee shores taught them to win their own freedom. Yet while American, citizens are being shot down and American- property, is being de stroyed, diplomacy 't alks of -autonomy. I had hoped rhls a...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

THE KANSAS 'CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY.' EEBE.UAKY14,-1897. MAKING A STILL HUNT Missouri lobbyists sot workisg .with a brass band. DOING BUSINESS ALL THE SAME. HAVE KILLED THE SCHEMES FOR LOWER PASSENGER RATES. OTIie Great Farmers' Combine "Billy" Ryder' Beer In.pectlon BUI Tbe Affer-Darli Voting; 'Scheme Knsiai City Police Board Matters. " Jeffersoa Citr. Mo., Feb. 13. (Special.) Tho present session of tho legislature is unique in one particular, and that is in the effort that is being put forth by profession al lobbyists to appear indifferent to legisla tive measures that affect the corporate in stitutions of Missouri. Notwithstanding the fact that a number of bills Intended to curtail the powers of and even cripple the treat railway systems of Missouri were in troduced In both houses, the men who make lobbying a business seemingly put forth no cffoit to prevent them from becoming laws. It is not because there are no emissaries of tho railways . and other corporations here, for they hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY U,1897. n w ?; THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED l&L The Journal Company, Publishers. Journal UDllillnc, Tenth, and Wnlnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Single cpidcs .,,,,.,,.,,,...-- Sunday ................. . -5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents' per week: C cents per month. RT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday. 1 year H 09 Dally and Sunday, G months 2 00 Dally and Sunday. 3 months 1 W Dally and Sunday, 1 month 40 Sunday only, I year ........ 1 00' Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr. SO TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Offlce 2 Editorial and Society 1S57 City Editor 812 Eastern Office 31 aud32 Tribune Building. New York Chicago Office ECO Masonic Temple J. E. Van Dorcn, Special Agency. Entered at tho Postoffice at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. THE "WEATHER. Washington. Feb. 13. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Fair; cooler; northerly winds. For Kansas: Generally fair weather; light, variable winds. I'or ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY K 1897. o ILLINOIS CENTRAL GAS COMPANIES UN. I) C- &v 3IAY CACSn DISRUPTION OP WES' EIIX FREIGHT ASSOCIATION. MUST NOT KNOW BROKBS. KANSAS CITV LINES TO CEASE TIL ING WITH SCAT.PERS. ' Prolmblc Itnirs for tlip Co rlie"1' -Mraraon I'lcli Southern nl TTity Cut "West Ho mill R(C to St. I.onlx Others IlnllxrayScrn. Chicago, Feb. 13. The rnce" the "WeHtrn Freight Association, 'blch is to lw held in this city next weelwln be one of tlio most important mcetl"3 ever held liy tliat organization, and i "cry exist ence may depend on tho ocomo OI tne proceedings. Tlio prlnclpa-niat.ter that will come up for discussiorS the right of the Illinois Central to curves " f tho Oiiio river. The roadalms that this traffic is entirely exempt 3m tho associa tion agreement, and that ls at liberty to reduco rates or elevate cm at its pleas tire. Tlio chief cause of"0 demoralization in freight rates that P Western roads liave for some time beetrurSlln5 against li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, PFEBRUARY 14, 1897. THAT MEETING IN ST. LOUIS. aiAXY aiATTEns op nironTAXCB to come ncFonn it. Tlie Karma Legislature May Procllc- nlly Dcliar Foreign life Innr nnce Companies From That Field Innrnnco Serru. Local Insurance men are looking forward with interest to tho result of tho meatlng at St. Louis, March 9, of the -Western Union. Non-union competition is the most Important subject to come up, and in this Kansas City, ns well as any other city, is interested. Various committees havo nl ready been arpolntcd by different local in surance organizations with a view to de vising plans for thp more effectively meet ing the competition of non-union compa nies. The growth and strength of theso companies have caused considerable alarm, and many Insurance men are urging closer relationship between tho union insurance companies to offset tho competition. Com plaints have been numerous from Western cities that tho union agents hnve not been able to meet th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1897. KANSAS CITY; m. TpHE Branch Office of the Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will receive prompt attention. ;Any complaints as to the delivery of" the paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given. Telephone West 23. Institute Portsmouth" Bldgi. Kansas Cltv. Kas The o I Genu! only Dlace In Kansas where ths Genuine Keelev Remedies and Treat ment iot aicodoi ana Narcotic Addictions pre administered. Address as above. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Bend your Flannel to wxxf's laundry So be Laundered. Distilled "Water Used In the Operation. H. F. WULF. Prop.. Fitth and State. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Lleentsd Lady Undertaker for Ladlei and Children' Funrraln. Tel. 3430. MECCA FOR FIGHTERS. prize: fights jwrnn?r a stoxe's THROW OP, THE STATION. OFFICERS AS BUND AS A' BAT. EVERYBODY ICOSW THE FIGHT "WAS COSOXG OFF, EXCEPT FOLICE. oslUsts Sleet In a Kotorlons Resort and Ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAL, SUNDAY, EEBRUAE,Yul4,tl897. 8 LINCOLN THE NEW MOSES. JUDGE M'DOUCAL'S ELOQUEXT TRIB UTE TO LIXCOLX'S MEMORY. Ejryptlnn and American Slavery Com pared and a rarallel Drawn Be tween Israel's Leader and America.' President. Judge H. C. McDousal delivered an ad dress of exceptional Interest at the celebra tion of 'tho eighty-eighth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, held In Btrope's hall, corner of Ninth and Wyan dotte streets, Friday night. Judge Mc Dougal treated Lincoln from a new stand point In many ways. He compared' Egyp tian and American slavery; and was partic ularly interesting as considering Moses the prototype of the great emancipator. The address Is given in full fcelow as supple mentary to the synopsis given yesterday. "Mr. Chairman, Comrades and Friends: I am glad to see present to-night, honor ing the day we celebrate, bo many ladies. Every soldier recalls the fact that the love of mother, sister, wife or sweetheart was the highest Incen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

I THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY,, FEBRUARY 14,1897. GENERAL JO O.SHELBY'S LIFE &KETCII OF TOE WODERFUL ca reer or fighting jo. lie Plajed an Important Tart la the "IVnr anil Was Xo Less Re- sonucd In tlie Jlnnj- Pence- fal Yearn Since Then. f23HHHHHHflH9HHHHHHK9HQHHIHHiflflHHHHHOI9HII General Joseph O. Shelby ("Fighting Jo Shelby") was born In Lexington, Ky In 1831, and was educated In the schools of that city. When 13 years old ho came to Lafayette county, Mo. Ho became the owner of a rope- factory.. His business proved a success and ho was rapidly be coming rich at the outbreak of the Kansas border war. He espoused the Southern nlde of the question and went to Kentucky and raised a company of cavalry. He took the Held In Kansas with Clark. Atchison and Held, rendering great service to the pro-slavery settlers. When the trouble was over Shelby returned to his manufac tory at Waverly, Mo.. t.nd his company was disbanded at St. Joseph, Mo. With tho firing upon Fort Sumter Shelb...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1897." - f i&,Mi M 8 o0OLCTass3te ti&ymi&lK ? la V UHl) I fti&2ES' -1 VOV W3Y'C' w lmmTysfCQKS JT.mmj ni i iii-a p il-A" ""PVl 1 J Z rJfM. A I i a ' i i i i t ljiw& -T"' CVSfe, -i. ' ww (. ,.i kfoyfArri V' ' i v '?r.ri, u -vs VKWi'LU'ziinMr y - r- n,v sA .y,1 f K 7 FlIIS'll. ni VNUTNaSO v nan. 'aa Among the early spring weddings will foe thai of Miss Melvlnn. Ree-dcr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Reedcr. and Mr. Prank Badger AVeston. which will take place In Trinity Episcopal church -on- Wednesday, the 2th of April. t - The marriage of Miss Berta Couch and Mr. Edward I, Massie Will be solemnized In the Prospect Avenue Christian church on Wednesday, Marctf-3, -aft o'clock. In the presence of relatives and Intimate friends Miss Mae Hewitt, daughter of Mr. and Mr. K. A. Hewitt, of Olathe. and Mr. Bert Johnson, of this city, were married at high noon last AVMnesdiy at the homo of the bride's parent- Quite a party of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

! t I l jLi J jUI it XI THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1897. -11- WOBX AT TUB nRADLEY-MARTIX BALL. An Optimist. I Jcnow as my life stows older. Aiid my eyes have clearer flight. That under each rank wrong somewhere There lies the root of right: That each sorrow has Its purpose. By the sorrowing oft unguessed; But as sure as the sun brings morning. yhatever is Is best. -1 know that each sinful action. " As sure as night brings shade, -L Is somewhere some time punished, - A Tho' the hour bo long delayed- t I know that tho Foul Is aided i Sometimes by the heart's unrest. And "to grow" means often to suffer. But whatever Is Is best. I know thero Is no error In tho great supernal plan. And all things work together For tho final good of man. And I know when my soul speeds onward In Its grand eternal quest. I shall cry as I look back earthward, Whatever is Is best. Exchange. I was going to cay that each season brings us tho prettiest fashions, for, posl thely. I think tho li...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

H -M 12 THE KANSAS- CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 7, J897. W THIS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. J Auditorium All nctt, Fanny Daven port in repertory. I Cua(p Klmt lialf of wfet, Jauie O'.Velll In repertory. Grand All ttrek, John K. llcnxuavr in Dodee at tJic Frcncli Hull."' Mnlli Street All ecU, 'SliouUnc tlie Cliuten." Academy of Muie This afternoon, Philharmonic Orchentrn concert. Ljceum hall Monday nlebt, Mr. S. II. Clark in a dramatic recitnl of "Klnc Lcnr." Fanny Davenport will come to the Audi torium to-morrow night for a weeks en Eugement. It will be the last opportunity that theatergoers will have to see her In her Sardou repertoire, and as a mark or remembrance of her tlnal appearances In Sardou play?, every woman attending to morrow nlebt and holding a coupon for a seat on the lower floor will be presented with a costly and useful touvenlr. "Fedora" will be seen on this night, and nt the Saturday matinee. The title part of this play is the character that first brousht 1113 Davenpor...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY, JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBllUAIlY 14, 1897. 13 V Missouri, Kansas STexas Trust Co SsTenin and Wyandotte Street KANSAS CITT. MO. AJP ITAIj - '81250,000 Surplus and Undivided Proflu, 51,160.000. 85 Wall street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. 10 Washington street. Boston, Mass. Sandtborqula 2, Hamburg. Germany. Slngel 223, Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C. En Eland. Dorotheen-Strasse W. Berlin, Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre, Paris, France. Arthur E. Stilwell. President; Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble: 2nd, E. L. Martin; 3d, TV. S. Taylor; 4th. Jacques T. Koltlienlus. Arthur C Robinson, Secretary: W. 8. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox. Ass't Tret surer: J. J. Calrnes, Ass't Secretary: E. S. Moshcr. Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. C. D. Fnrscir, President. Est. 1876. W. T. Ditxox. Vice Prest and Secretiry. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, provisions and stocks. Private wire to C...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

-IK 14 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUTOAT. .BRlJAItY i4, 1897. THRO' THE BLOGKADE. THE CRUISER. VESUVIUS ENTERS CHARLESTON HARBOR. PERFORMS THE FEAT TWICE. ELUDES THE VIGILANCE OP THE BLOCKADING SO,OADRON. Naval Offlcem Seriously Concerned Over Surprising? Success of the Vcnuvlus Probably Means n Revision of Block ading Tnctlcs. Charleston, S. C, Feb. 13. The success ful running of the blockade by the Vesu vius Thursday night is to-day commanding tho admiration of hundreds of Charleston ians who ran the real blockade in real war times thirty years ago. Her trip confirmed their belief that blockade running i3 still possible, notwithstanding the developments of modem naval practice, the aid of electric searchlights, high speed ships, long range guns and numerous rapid fire secondary batteries, all unknown during the last war. To add to tho discomfiture of the blockad ing fleet, the saucy little craft actually suc ceeded in repeating her feat last night. Under orders from Admiral Bunco, t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

i-flt "?W1 fTufcT if t -iB i.ir " tSca-rrvv A -. THE, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1897. 15 f: . -i;- ; " V I BOY IN BATTLE. fred grant tells how, at 12, he went with his father. HOW A BOY FEELS WHEN SHOT. XVAS IX FIVE BATTLES HEFORE HE WAS 13 TEAKS OF; AGE. Ilotr He nnn the Batteries of A'lcka burg General Grant Behind the 5Scene Why Grant AA'ant cd n Third Term Grant's Book. (Copyrighted. 1J37, by Frank G. Carpenter.) New York, Feb. 11-Colonel Fred Grant grows more and more llko Ills father every day. Ho has, nt 45, about tho same feat ures his father had nt tho close of the war. Ho lias tho same squaro face, tho same blue eyes and the same quiet man ner which were so characteristic of our greatest general. Colonel Grant is Just as unassuming as his father was. Talking casually with him you would never im agine that his life had been ono of thrill ing experiences; that ho had been in fivo great battles before he was 13 years of ngc: that ho had done hard fighting with...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 February 1897

v M is THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SHNDAY.TFEBliUAJlYtl4tIy7. A jr t MSON LIKES BEILLY. ASSURES MAXXIITG THAT HE IS A FIRST-CLASS PLAYER. THINKS WELL OF BANNON, TOO. SAYS HE IS FAST EXOUGH FOB, THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. He Also Hsi a. Good Opinion sf Bert Abbey, tbe Brooklyn Pitcher Schedule Probabilities At- cragn of the Bonleri ' Other Sport. Manager Manning heard some things while he was In Chicago last week' -which tickled him to death, and -which -will cer tainly be pleasant reading for the baseball tans. Ever since he let old reliable GU Hatfield Eo to Grand Rapids and decided definitely to play Josh Reilly on third base ho has had some misgivings as to the -wisdom of making such an experiment, but he is sat Jsfed now that he has dono just tho right thing, taking the opinion of Anson, than whom there Is no better Judge of young players. When Manning met Anson, the first thing he asked him -was his opinion ,o Eellly. Anson at onco told him that he had made no mistake la securing this m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 February 1897

M. t - : . ? '. ..rSrVx' , i -4.- L$ :1VH ?l uiZ v $wcnM ' v rffi 70liUME XXXIX NO. 250. M(3KDAT. KSIEEBRXJRY 15, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENT$. - --- -'v ; ----? -"v a"?5?!iI f-f : ' . t ' ""- ?" -- - 3 s .1 JOSHELBI'SFOPSE. V HE SERVICES WILT, BE HELD 15 KANSAS CITY- WEDNESDAY. BODYf -ftILL ARRIVE ; TO-DAY. .WILL LIE I.Y STATE IX THE FED ERAL COURTROOM. ,WlicnJJf; 3IIsourl Pacific, Train rv U nt :(!.' DelcKntlons at Qt5 federate ami- Federal 1 Qfc-Xer Will Mr et It tf& Jllve the Body a A ' 'll tnry "Encort. V y ft1! Tho he Ce late GeneriJ Jo,Ehclby trill bo i ?-om tho Ottitrul .Presby terian ct n this rftyWedhesday morning u v " Sck. The, burial will be at Fcrcst ' $ fhavAlrectors have placed an c, -its&ut. lh disposal pf the. Shelby family. The JotaBJolns tho plat wliprc the eighty Corifaerate soldiers art " buried. The funeral."! bo with military honors, and in iriojescbrt will be mingled tho raon' who tfoupnttho dead general and Jho men who foUdwed lilm In that struggle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 February 1897

ryvrj j gspr f,r o CNT Y THE KAySASCTTyJOroKAAMONDEMtB-ARY 151897. 7 ARETBIUMPHSOFABL MRS. M'KIMiKYJS-XEW- GOWXS-&IAG-.XIFIckiT'CnEATIO.NS. " A FEW OF THEM DESCRIBED. BIAIES AD GRAS ABE THE VAlUs'liicOLttUS. PRE- "A I 1 J - Aot One at the Tta Cotvcs Cost Cesa Thnn 3O0 nntl Their Aggregate Cot Was Oedrcrn aS,0O0 !C- - tiDd JfilOJJOO Alt of -5.i 1her.'Bet. ' J' J? Chicago. Veb.- 14 Tho ten costumes chipped from tlie establishment of Mar shall, Field & Co. to'Caifton.O.. labt night, and which arc to comprise the inaugural outfit of Sirs. -McKlnley. will be" amons the most magnificent ever displayed In Wnsh ' mgton society. no excepting even those' of Mrs. Cleveland, whose -reputation for taste ful and elegant dressing Is a pride to the fashionable world. French ideas arc pre dominant in tho work of the modiste, Miss ilellnda Arcourt, who has designed and ex ecuted the costumes, but American influ ences have .modified the creations of the " artist. ' - The inauguration -gown 4ia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 February 1897

is - waff' , - 'f?fr4!iZlXSW-iZ i v J .aTHE KAKSASfCEmjOUBWAMOKJDAYf FEBRUARY 13,1897. '&&& "-3? .J r W&WM. TH?.,;anch 0f" of the ,teSLto' .?oo" 11x11 nne -. j - " - -5: rxrjf a tisements and items of news rTr-if Trs . pWn to the dr Any He papor will Mn Videl,ve,y of notfT rf""1 remedied rww rrcst 31. ISfifntpEmoulh nifc. :rtuk nf-"viwnanB3ii ri - rz"?' fi"nL'T Alcohol iSi,,M?L'e Treat! jlMaboV!? HPOBMST ww the POUCB TIIISK VIIBY oiiy. kxasse.y burglar j ARRESTED STORTER WOODF , fo COMSIITTED KU- T1IODOIIT Tn if rutsT BURGLARIES. MEItoi'S I yronn "Will Probably Bring W H. CDamaKeK on Account ot uuau.ut swsa M- - - w of Governor Leeily to JJo Married. Detectives Calilll and Walsh made what Is thoucht to be a valuable capture yes terday n the arrest of Stortcr Woodfork, by whose apprehension tho authorities feel confident that they will be enabled to solve the mystery of several of tho bold burg laries which have been perpetrated In this city during tho past week or tw...

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