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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 11, 1897. 2 SCHLEGEL IN TEARS. Dn. DEnci:n'! iL-nn breaks dow completely. CRIES "THEY'VE DESERTED ME': for the rmT time iin realizes his pomtion. Belief C.rovvliiK Tlmt Schlencl Wni Ucrelied Wn -nrel I rsed On li I)r. llerRer' Enemies lu Kill lllm l'rloiifr Has Lost Ilrnrt. The fact of Dr. Btrgcr's Innocence of the charge made against hlra by his mur derer John Schlegel. pleaded In Justiilca tion of his crime, was ver' clearly estab lished by the exclusive publication In The Journal jesterda), of the signed state ments of two of the most reputable phy sicians in Kansas City that Dr. Berger was physlcallj Incapacitated from committing the act The story as told b) the Schle gels man and wife, had been i-o highly, some of it so monstrously. Improbable, that It had found fin- believer. Yesterday's storj in theo column", and the flat, un equivocal statements of Drs. Halley and Walnw right. wcpt away nearly eery ves tige of sentiment for Schlegel. An e...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 11,1897. u BONDS HOST BE PAID. KANSAS SUTKEME COCTIT DECIDES THE SCOTT JCOUXTY CASE. JOAB MULVANE LOSES A CASE. SIRS. O'DIUE.VS JL'DUSIEXT AGAINST HIM SUSTAINED. Court Holda That II Must Itender a True Accounting of the Sals of Stock Other Opinion Hand ed Down by the Court. Topeka, Kas.. July 10.-(Speclal.) The state supreme court to-day handed down an opinion reversing the decision of the Scott county district court, which held that $120. ono In bonds Issued by that county and purchased by the state school fund commis sioners were Illegal. Durlnir the boom. Scott county Issued JSO.000 in bonds to aid In the construction of the Central Kansas & Northern railroad, and MO.000 to aid the D. M. & A. road. When the bonds fell due. tho commissioners of Scott county Issued refunding bonds to take up the maturing bonds and sold the new bonds to the state school fund commissioners. The principal part of the business connected with the Issuance of...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

'! THE-KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, JULY 11,1897. 4 - -. - I.i i! i' THE KANSAS CITY" 'JOURNAL ESTABLISHED ISM. The Joornnl Cnmiinny, Pntilller. ninlla BnllillDir. Mnlh and GrnnS -Ave. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES Fingle copies 2c Sunday 5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; i cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year ......H 00 Dally and Sunday. C months .'..... 2 00' Dally and Sunday. 3 months 1 00 Da 11 and Sunday, I month... 40 Sunday only. I ear 100, Weekly Journal and. Agriculturist. 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 20 Editorial and Society 183T City Editor S12 New York Office 31 and 22 Tribune Bide Chicago Office 1S20 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren Speclat Agency. Entered at the Potofnce at Kannas City, Mo., as Second Class Mail Matter. WenlLfr Varecnnt for Similar. . Washington. July 10. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Fair: north winds. For Missouri: Generally fair, preceded by showers early Sunday morning; cooler In extr...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAL. SUNDAY, JULY 11,1897. t i SENUINE CASE OF HARD LUCK THE CRIPPLED HLVES HANDICAPPED UV AXOTHEU MISHAP. Catcher Frnnk Illnnford Badly- Hart by a Swift Pitched Ilnll Striking Illm on the Head An Ainn- tenr Took Ilia Place. St. Taul. Minn.. July 10. (Special.) In tho second Inning Stanford was hit In the side of the head by a swift pitched ball. For several minutes he tias unconscious. He recovered sufficiently to walk off the field. hut was too badly hurt to continue in the game. Burke, a local amateur, who was In the bleachers, was put into a Blue uniform and caught out the game. This mishap Is a proof of the hard luck that lias pursued the Blues and served to add to the demoralization. Abbey was seriously handicapped in his work in the box. Burko was unable to throw to second, and the Saints stole at will. However, this was not much of a factor in the scoring. The Blues were presented with their first six runs. In the first, after two were out. errors by Glas...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

TKE KAXSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 11, 1897. J 6 w r w 3 t II n t; a a "RBSjITlffi The nrnnch Olficr of THE JOURNAL linn removed to Room E. United bide., where nil advertisements nnd Item of nen will receive prompt nttcn. Hon. Any romplnlnt nn to dell-rerj ... fo delivery of the pnprr will lie speedily reme died if notice In Riven. Tel. West 2.T. r.T-: A D: C-,i,- - -ro ""'fcws. to-wlt A sheriff, treasurer reg INOtlCe A Dig ljnap,53300 Ister of deeds, count clerk, clerk of the 7-rcim house at 611 Washington ave , KANSAS CITY. KAS 30x125 has water, g ppr 2 grape arbors, shade trees, etf ij i lock of ' I." rosd. 2 blocks frn r "-V This Is one of the best lmp-oved r. t of propertj in cltv will trade canity f r 'mall plaro out farther, or small farm c'3-o in Inquire of owner. (31 Washington axe Kansas Cltj Kas E. C. Hostetter, rENTISf Corner 5th and .Minn., over Harris' fEELEY institute KcWf. I me only place In Kansas where the l Genuine Keeley Hemedles and Treat ment for Alcohol and...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JULY 11,1897. ''' i '' V t Al'hV feJl H BfMl IrtdfJf Wy tWll li io loti JM"kl lhHf lfUhfel hd Xf 1 ffjlri the jl to flfiy flfni every spot wl.kh offered tt tetltK, H laf chtlbgrit rcft-tlr. lit home, pottw fiti UmleeMfsl a 10 wltro thry ball rlmvt their Vaeallofl (list f it. (mi will probably flrxl I firm rtlll In town, oth r fully eottvlheed Iftflt genuine cmfort l to be found In their own spa cImis, nlry liome Tl tro are few wle ones who have mistered the art of keeping cool ot as tool as tiosslble In the torrid months. Thee few reduce the burden of highly civ ilized life a much as polble; they live very simply, tneir single enori oeing to re ina'i tranquil under all circumstances, and 13 this end they arrange their duties In acrordincn with the time at their disposal and are, therefore, never hurried. They do not consult the thermometer, neither do they confine their conversation to the weather, A diminished number of ruffles and tucks, a simple m...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KAXSAS CITY TOniNVL. SUNDAY. JULY 11, ttfflT J il.)Ir )? Jinie Time. Last night. rr.y darting, a you slei't. I thought 1 heard you sigh. And to yew tittle crib I crept. And wate-he-d a Hee thereby: And then I stopped ami Wseed your brow. For. oh. I love you so You are too young to know it now. But kbm :.nie you !h.I1 know. Some time when, in a darkened place Where others come to wep. Your eyes shall look uion a face Calm in eternal sleep: The voiceless lips, the wrinkled brow. The patient smile shall show You are too young to know it now. But some time you may know. Look backward, then, into the years. And see me here to-night: See. oh. my darling, how my tears Are falling as I write: And feel once more upon your brow The kiss of lone ago You aie too young to know It now. But some time you shall know. Eugene Field. A promln-nt shirt waist maker told me , ' '.? nnd the va'uatlon J'" I'M n yesterday that there never was a time ""'J:, , ....... , ...... ... in the business when so ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KANSAS" CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 11U897. r J iJ6 ARE AMUSING. the play's" the'tfilng. and the dramatist Karnival Krewe's Poster for 1898. OF alone can be taken seriously. The prosper OJtE CniTIO WHO REFUSES TO TAKE THEM SEIUOl'aLY. Their Vanities and Eccentricities Ex posed Tersely and Interettlndy The Drama Alone I Serious Pointed Personal Mention. Hillary Bell, la the New York Press. This Is the player's age. Time was when the law adjudged actars as vagabonds to b whipped at the cart's tail. But In these days performers are hon ored. That most dignified of women nnd haughtiest of sovereigns. Queen Victoria., has knighted two of them. William Shakes peare conferred imperishable luster on. Elizabeth s reign, yet the fair vestal throned in the West regarded her poet as a vagrcra person. David Garrick was a. treat actor, jtt the coart despised him. The Guelph has done-' more for art than the Stuart, the Tudor, the "Lancaster, the, Norman or the Saxon. The ancient conception of k...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 11,1897. 10 Fnissoun.Kansas STexasTrustCo Setenth anil Wjtniette Streete, KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - Sl.S50.000 Snrplns and Undivided Fronts. $1,150,000. & Wall street. New York city. UU .MCSUIUl BUCCL, I Uil4UCIll"h 149 Washington street. Boston. Mass. sanatnorqma z. uamDurr, ueri Slngel 238. Amsterdam. Holland, Sandthorqula 2, Hamburg. Germany. smgel 33S. Amsterdam, iiouana. 1 Lombard street. London. E. C En- tlnnil. Dorotheen-Stnsse 54. Berlin. Germany. IS Rue du Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. StUwell. President. ice -dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble; 2d, E. L. Martin: 3d. W. S. Taylor; 4tb. Jacques T. Nolthcnlus. , Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: W. B. Taj lor. Treasurer: Frank B. WHeox. Ass t Treasurer; J. J. Calrnes. Ass't Secretary. E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary: Trimble t Braley. General Attorneys. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE He Hindis GRAIN. PROVISIONS AND STOCKS on martini. There Derer wai a. more farorable time and there If no market known...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 11, 1897. 11 WASTED-MALE HELP. WANTED An lfiea Who can think o! jsome simple thing 'o patent? Protect vour ideas they may bring vou wealth Write -hn W edderburn . Co., Dept E 2. pat- t attvs. Washington. D. C for their 00 prize offer and new list of 1.000 ln- ertlor.s named W ANTED-Reliable men everwhere to tac! up adverti-ms signs. $-M00 cjrued week working for u exclusive territory. The meining business enclose 10 cents for pottage packing sample, etc Wilson Cherr.cai Co. Trone. Pa "WANTED- S lies-men. loc-vl and traveling everj where, to take orders from retail traie Maple line, immense seller. actie men making M to $75 weekly. exclusive or silt line tostl samples free. 323 Deer t3rr st Chicago. Ill W NTED Men and women to work for Us taj or evening at their home, pleasant work no canvassing experience unneces rj Tie pa salar . enclose stamp lor jiar Ucj:irs Standard MiE Co . 112 W est SKI tt. New 'iork. W ANTEDSalesman. J5 a da. No can assir...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JULY II, 1897. 12 THE WORLD'S GOLD. 1NTKRESTING CHAT WITH THE DI RECTOR OF THE 5HXT. ENORMOUS PRODUCT THIS YEAR WILL HE GREATER THAX EVER. nxcnnDin ?23o,ooo,ooo. The Arw 'Mlnea of California Gold of the 1 nUoti The Cripple CrceU Dlitrlct ome Ad Ice for lomu; Men as Sllnrrs. Washington. July Ml The gold mining contention at Deiner this week will gle the public some Idea, of the enormous amount of the elkw metal which is now being dragged from the mountains of the West. The lncreat-e Is going on steadily. There was neer anything like it before, and the prospects are that it will be even greater In the future. We are having a flocd of gold, not only from the United States, but from all other sold regions. I get this Information from the director of the mint, and it is based upon his reports which come In regularly from all parts of the world. The director of the mint has confidential relations with the big smelting establishments and reduction works of ...

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. — 12 July 1897

kt jCan. lutmtsil . VOLTT XL. NO. 31. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 12, 1897. MONDAY. PMCE TWO CENTS. itw 555 1 12 MISS HAIDEE- .1 IV COWUL- 3IOXS AT HER p 7R'S GRAVE. FEARS FELT FlnTHER REASON. A TnnMEDOLS OUTPOURING OP FRIENDS TO HOOR THE DEAD. SCHLEGEL RECOVERS NERVE. TEIIESTED IN SUNDAY DOIGS JUDGE IffiuTHE JAIL. FECLL. 1 Yesterday One ., .. . ,r Seen in Kan- SEEN REMARRL.erir THIS IS THE WAY THEIR II"- A. Berger. mur by John Schlegel They Were Orlrla tremCndous con CIiIenKO una Thr(jay forenoon a for the Wish, tC3 anj acquaint Bonds Retail sincere mourn Oft ices consisted eim i lal of the Knights y .elude by Dr. Kuhn. just before Probar t,e an Interruption office Saturday nlge supprcssed feeling by a verj-strange q dead man a middle oged mat . ., dressed and i cry fo"1 and cowardly The man aske'eame In response, from sue them a mai crowd, a deep-voiced the ceremony. 7 Kuhn held back any judge answerer- h, upUftea hands and Is his busines- . . as G C. Hor-9 he Poured out. swered to ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1897. A VERY THIN EXCUSE. imnun i-u:i n agriciltiral coLiinci; "regents. ATTACKS RETIRING MEMBERS. IT I TIIIT WORK OF PREMDENT tiioui n. will. Anlmn nf ihr I'rr.rnl Facility1 I'lnlo- I h.iun Vtfrmpts io Jntlf the Transformation or llir Ac- rlrnllnrnl Cnlleicc Into n Fop s,nrsrrj. ! ti mijenjii.,iiKii V 'fan. Ka.. July 11 -rSpe lal.) It ' - more eveft. day by day. that t - -d of rv-nti t the Kans Sate . t..ral eller we .the necessity or r-ipif-.g a tsrllK-r -jaattfcation of their making the recent radical chdng- ' .ili. rurrkmhim and college gov- r - , nj man-ment. The laleet ef- (" 'Ms direction lake the shape of an j.-ge el renter, entitled. '?The Ilor- p z-- ' . of th Kaif-a State Agikult- '. lege a Malement made by the r i regents on the date of the chance 1 - lminitnition of the college. J ulv 1, ' ii outline of which I pointed out in T Journal of to-da. . in ular hear the narai of the "' -.! it i-nows the familiar earmarks " T" mr- K. "...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 July 1897

m IKE KANSAS GITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 12,1897. KANSAS CITl HAS. The Ilrnncli Office of TUB JOURNAL Iins removed to Room E, Hasted bide., nhfre nil advertisements and Items ot news will recelTe prompt atten tion. Any complaints ns to delivery f the pnper will he peedllr reme died If notice Is clven. Tel. West 23. E. C. fiostetter, DENTIST, Corner 5th and Minn., over Harris' 1 EELEY Institute fSSSr&.'Vb w Ihe only place In Kansas where the 11 Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. SEND YOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Corner Firth street and Slate arenas. No de sinictlre mzrhlnery used. Tel West 81 MARRIED EACH YEAR. JIDGE HERR CALLED IPON DY A PECLLIAlt COIPLE. fiEEN REMARRIED FIVE TIMES. THIS IS TIIE-VAY THEY CELEBRATE THEIR HAPPINESS. Tbey 'Were Originally Slurried in Chlratto nnd This May Account for the Wish to Hnve the Bonds Rewelded So Often. just before Probate Judge Herr closed his office Satur...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY. JULY 12,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1W. The Journal Company, Publishers. RInllo Ilnll.llnc. Mnlli nnd Grand vr. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES Single copies - Sjcda) 5 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally anJ Sunday. M cents per week; cents per month. BT MAIL. IN" ADVANCE. Dally and Sundaj. one J ear " M Vli and Sumla). 6 months 2 03 D 11 and Sumtav t month? 1 09 Dii'j and Sunda) i month Su-dar onl. 1 year 1" Vttkl) Journal and Agriculturist, ljr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 22 Editorial and Soc. ty Is57 Cltj Editor SI2 New York Office .. .21 and SI Tribune Bid? Chicago ORlce . 1320 Masonic Temple J E. Van Doren Special Agency. Entered at the Potofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Clas Mall Matter. Wrntlirr Forrcnst for Jlondny. Washington July 11 -For Oklahoma and Indian Territory-Fair slightly warmer: north-rlv wind", becoming variable. For Missouri Fair, warmer, northwest winds For Kansas Fair, slowly rising tem perature northerly winds Ol...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY. .TCXY I2,iS97. 5 JACK BARNETT'S REYEHGE. nc LETS Tim I1I-VES DOW.V 'WITH THREE LOXB HITS. A Clean Cant of Whttcwnsh Adminis tered h- tin- i:-Knnsns Cltjnn, 1 Who Unpllcntes the Ilcc- ord of Pfte Daniels. St Paul. Minn.. July 11. -(Special.) The two extremes met strain at Lexington park, the leaders and the tall-enders, and they rut up one of the best games played on the home grounds this season. It was by no mesns errorless, especially on the part of the Apostles, nor was the hitting heavy e-.cugh to hurt anybody, but the came was fall of sharp fielding from start to finish, and two of St Paul's errors were Imme diately wiped out by sharp, snappy double p'ays. It was the tlrst shutout on the Lex ington field, and for this the glory belongs to 1 arnetl. He seemed to enjoy rubbing It Into the team which had east him off, and he did It In great style, supported at every rt-.lly critical Juncture by the whole of the team at his back. Foreman held the hit...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 July 1897

0 THE ILAN3AS GUY J0UJRN7.L MONDAY. JLLY 12,I3C;. A DRAMATIC STORY. A. B. DLMCEH TELLS OF THE MJilTIl I'lELU I1.VK HOIlIttMlV. SHOT BY ONE OF THE BANDITS. WAS COVNECTEn IV ITII THE LOOTED II VMv AT THE TIME. While AtlrmiilliiR to Make Illn Encnpe He Iteci-lvnl n Hiillct Wltncsicil the KIIIIuk if Cnlilrr Ilc- vvooil Oiiimied to Pur- donlne touiisorx. Chicago. July II. (Special.) Mr. A. E. Bunker, of this city, and a brother of Mr. W A. nunker. of Kanns City, was con nected with the bank Invaded In the S'orthfleM raid He .n shot liy one of the bandits while making his escape from the bank, after hnrlnc served a term hold Inc up his hands.. He I not In sympathy with the movement to set -rec the Younger brothers. He Is of the Impression that the Younger should not i set free until those murdered by them come forth from their graves and sign the petition asklns for their pardon. Concerning the Northfleld raid, Mr. Bunker said" The First National was the only bank In t ii city, and the ra...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 12, 189T. WAXTCD-MALE HELP. sA 'WANTED-An Idea. Who can think ot fotrni AfmniA thine tn natent Protect your Ifieaa they may bring you wealth. "Write Jcvhn Wedderburn & Co.. Dept. E. 2, pat rrt attys Washington. D. C. for their II (W prize offer and new list of 1,000 In ventions wanted. , WANTED An experienced marker. Ap v'. to the Lenworth Steam Laundry, L"ieuworth. Kit. WANTED An artive, middle aped whit tr tn for night Janitor. Apply at Tha Jour nalpfnce. - ' W .VN TED Experienced stock .gutter. Airly I.ehtman Printing Company WANTED: young men; J10 per week; r.'-ws agents. 9 W est 5th St., room 9. S1TLVTZJ WAXTHD MALE. W ANTED Sltttetion at offloe or outside wrk l oung; man of feme experience Add-c.- 5.', Ea.dley bids- . emplot3Ic:vt agu.cies. CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, end furnlshad rooms. 1044 East 12th. St.. cor W alnut. Tel. 1179. The beat .place In K C Mo to find he'n or situations, mala fr female. 1 years' experience. ReL.Omaha Nat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, NOKPAY, JULY 12,1897- 8 "SLAUGHIEBEDHIM." DR. CORNWALL, WHO SLEW niS BROTHER, COSIES HOME. MAUDE BELLE BONESTEEL CASE DR. COIUWALL REITERATES THAT IID K'VOWS HOTIIISG. Sara That If the- Caae Ertr Should Coma to An) thine His Dead Brother "Woald Hare Betn Eli Jloat Valuable AVitneas. Dr. Richmond Cornwall, who killed his jounger brother. Herbert Cornwall. In St. Ixuts last Wednesday mornine. returned to Kansas City jesterday mornlns. and is at hi home. 3141 McGee street. "I killed Herbert." said Dr. Cornwall to a reporter for The Journal yesterday, "to prevent him from killing my father. It a an awful thine to do for one brother to tall another but I feel that if I had not k.nd Herbert ha would hate killed my fa'her. for which ha undoubtedly would he been haged. I shall never forget t-at reen when I stepped Into my father's laboratory when Heroert had him pressed backward oer a table. But I must cot talk about the cae. I have- discussed it ery freely, but my ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 13 July 1897

& Uttttt&I m&n. C0LU3IE XL. NO. 33. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 13, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. Sflfuj K 1 Am m min CLS- aWCGESSORY next. Z& ". t. 5- c. 'V SAYS ANOTHER frTVlLL BE MADE. AH- MAN V. JVISED SCHLEGEL 1VHO THIS WAS HE DECLINES rx j.tatb. III.. Haider Brrcrr' Condition 5UII Vet- Pree-arloo Odd Crowning f Mfe l,lnr t-oblegcl IMen. nt Yet De termined. t - rumored yesterday that Otto "" - the Twetfth street saloonkeeper. v twral -wUnumrja state, leaned over " B-riT a be wa nylng and with declared that he had not what he c ; 3 and wfc i alto pected of hav- ic 1 tJeMagol te kiH. had disposed 5 saloon hater eat preparatory to leav- " ,. "'ie riT. Sir. "Weber, when seen at his ''- last nhrtrt, that he had sold i1 laiwliicim or bad any Intention ot . t t bad been jowcbt te implicate ns beee Tie had been an enemy of Dr. HTtr- ho MM. brt he Instated that he nS rtt ndvtsee: flcMegel to "sheet. ht other t to kW fettew reems cer- A'tmw 3afc TQr4y. Tar the presecu- s...

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