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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

ppHSiSS V t ?Pi-.'Hplt.'SAJflpy4aifli --t ', :v - v ffiatrf-J$' VIJ"-, (S&&A"- Wv S2S VZ3SSr2iC' " -".i$r , L .. SSJ- J. x ' fr1 8 THE KANSAS CITY JOUIfflALSIMDAX FEB&TJ:AIt,2a97; Ir r? aESSEEES Shoe Bargain That sounds big after the bargains we have given but you'll find us fill ing every promise more than meeting your expect- Ladies Fine Dongola Button 'and Lace Shoes, all new and late- style toes, just received from the manu facturenf and made especially for us; all sizes a,nd widths; S) AC regular S3 Shoe lor iP.tJ Ladles' Dongola Shoes, consisting of broked lots of hand turn and welt soles, plain toes and patent leather tip, worth S3 to S4, lut to clean . these broken lots they QRc go in this rale at UUW Ladies' Oxford Ties, common sense avid pointed toes, plain and patent lei ther tips, sizes 1 to 4, worth S2.00 to $3.00, to close these broken C(n lots they go at, Boys' Veal Calf Button Shoes, ,98c worth, .52.00, lor Hosifery. We intend to oSer some special Hosiery...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

v pw;V-ii,ij Af .ywwni "$ s - V THE KANSAS CEE' JOUBML, SUOTAY, JbEBRUARY; 28,1897.,,. a --- SSDR&NCE UNION MEETING, COMMITTEE OP FIFTEEN WILL HEC OHMEXD RATE REDDCTIOXS. EW SPRING GOODS Startling Chorees Made Against Sec retary of Old German Rational Plate Glass Insurance Kates Cat Insurance Xcw. FOR" N fl It would appear from present lndlcatlans that the greater portion ot the report of the union committee of fifteen to be submitted at the St. Louis meeting "will be taken up In commenting upon the present ratssln tho various sections of the flfeld with plans for a general reductloii.. At .first, It is stated the committee as a whole was rad ically inclined td Brant large reductions, "but that as tho work progresses' the neces sity of moderation becomes xnoro appar ent. For several months past it has been the general Impression that rates must go down In proportion to tho profitableness of the times,. Insurance-wise, and It Is this Idea that tho committee proposes to carry out....

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

gygmwrtijwn'Mjrtii-ivjiyy; I" r 10 THE KANSASiCITTtato g i I K t- ''X. A ::ite4' "Miss Elizabeth J. Slacker, daughter of Sir. and lire. William T. Hacker, will be mat ricd at the residence ot the bride's parents, 25 Knickerbocker avenue, "West port. "Wednesday evening. March 10.- In vitations have been issued to relatives and Intimate friends. On Thursday, February !, Mrs. Kate Van Horn, of -this city, and Mr. Charlfes Kremer. or- Snnbury. Pa., were married In the apartments of Colonel and Mrs. Robert T. Van Horn, in Washington, D. C, In the Srescnco of a. few friends. Mr. and Mrs. :remcr left Immediately after the cere mony for New York. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Lakeman have Issued Invitations to a dinner' dance Thurs day evening. March i, in compliment to Mrs". Edna Maxwell and to Miss Cabanne. of St. Imls. The cotillon will be led by Min; Cabanne and Mr. Walter M. Ca bnnne. Mrs. Butler TaForco will give- a dinner on Monday in honor of Mrs. A. A. Moshcr, of Tiers? 1'ork. Dr. "and Mrs...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

" - V vF THE"EANSS iCI3iJOTDMPWAY3 FEBRUARY 28,1897. ii I n f Love's Questionings Cove, in a -woman means endless doubt; For an instant caresses can put it to rout; But a moment after the kisses are through. Be they many or be they few. She will murmur the question And mean it, too: "Do you? "Do you, dear?" comes the murmur sweet. Seeking assurance the doubts to cheat; Serve but an instant to tide them from view; For she -will agaln.ask the question And mean It too: "Do you?" Ts It because she wants to hear That assurance so sweet to a woman's carl Or does she feel that m,n arenot true That deceivers are nr y. real -lovers are few? . ' And that prompts the question, His answer to sue: "Do you?" "Have you beard the latest 'on dit'?" said a fashionable woman to the cynical old bachelor, to whom every latest development of the opposite sex was a curious psychol ogical study. "Mrs. Fin de Steele Is going Into a Lent en retreat." "Well, I am not often surprised," 'return ed her companion...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

IW-tyt X i 12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEJSMJAJt;T,28, 1897.-' V j t f yl I VI c !' - 'J I ft i m . ' Although Hiss Nethersole has just closed lier econd engagement In Kansas City, she Is stll a novelty to local playgoers Sho has been more discussed than any other player wpo hag come to this city in years, hlle Miss Nethersole is still a young woman sho Is 27 ho has been on the ttapo ten years. She bail provincial dis tinction In .England, followed by a success' Jul Australian starring tour, and then a positive success in London all preceding her departure for America. Although she made her American debut -t :i time when the foreign trademark es-. Iec"ally the English stamp was a pretty cure talisman, there was no attempt to make capital of her nativity. There is an Intimate relation between her art and her business methods. There is nothing Insular (about Miss Nethersolc But for her wonderful repose it -would be difficult to credit her English origin. Judg ing ber by the de...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

- "MB.- - If! ' V iHE KANSAS-(3ECY JOUENAL. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1897. 13 g, .. K V s h Missouri, Kansas &Texas Trust Co tSTtn.h and Wyandotte Stretta, XAKSAS cirr. MO. APTTAl, . LS50.000 BmbIw iml DndlTiaed Profit. 91,160 000. Wall street New York city. M Chestnut street Philadelphia, Pa. lO Washington street. Boston. Mass. Bandthorqula z, Hamburg. Germany. t Blngel 235, Amsterdam, Holland. a Lombard street, London, E. C, En gland. Dorotheen-Strasse 64, Berlin. Germany. IS Hue du Louvre, Paris, France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President: Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble; 2nd. E. L. Martin: 3d. W. 8. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlua. Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary: W. 8. s Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox. Ass t Treasurer: J. 3. Calrnes. Ass't Secretary: E. B. Mosher, Ass't Secretary: Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. C D. Fw-scb. President Est. 1B76. TV. T. Prrjox. Vice Prest sad Secretxry. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, provisions and stoc...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

r "? t -w h- w Ssr JivS :jl T. iJ!) r f-iS 7 THE KANSAS C1T Y ' JOUHNiL, SUKDA. YEmV&Y$$ 18M. 14 "Jw vr GHEES OF TO-MY. DIUGHTEST, BRAVEST AND BUSIEST NATION OP THE ORIENT. GOSSIP. ABOUT QUEEN OLGA. HOW KING GEOnGE LOOKS, ACTS AXD TALKS. The Modern Greek nnd Their Polit ical Ambitions Hott Allien Looks To-dny Something About Greek Newspapers, Railroads and Telephones Other Gossip. (Copyrighted, 1897. by Frank G. Carpsnter.) Washington. D. C. Feb. 27. 1897.-The trouble between the Greeks and Turks may end In the dismemberment of the Turkish empire. Tho loss of Cretc.lt has again and again been prophesied, -would be tne be ginning of the end.- Crete Is the key to the Dardenelles-andthe Bosphorus., Fortifica tions here could easily command the en trance to the Black sea. and If the Greeks liold Crete It Is a question whether they will not hold It for tho Itusslans., This Is what the English feared when they pre vented Greece from taking the island In 1569. This was shortly after th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

roorlHE-rltASAa CITYnJQimyAI.SiqXAFEBRTJAIlY 28, 1897k,. 15 r 1897 ASSESSMENT. XAND AND IMPROVEMENT ASSESS MENTS FOOT UP 3,O00,O0O. BANK STOCKS WERE SCALED. ,"WILL LAST TEAIl'S EQUALIZATION BOARD ACTION BE REPEATED! IA Revolution In Kansas pity Is Badly , Seeded Some Startling; Inequal itiesFigures "Wlileb "Will He Read by Taxpayers With Interest. ' City Assessor Yost has just turned over to Treasurer Green the totals of the land nnd Improvement assessments for JS97. The land assessments are $2933,690, and the Improvements, $13,065,300, a total of $44,323, S90. or. In round figures, $45,000,000. This docs not Include railroad books, which will be about .$1,800,000. The personal property assessment Is not included In this. The total assessment for 1S37 trill pe about the .same as last year. Treasurer Green thinks that the assess ment Is not -what it should be. The rule Is to assess land and Improvements at 49 per cent of their actual value. This would bo all right If the proper value...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 February 1897

-'' &S we-ggpssSSF -- 'W-p psassSK 7 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBR1TART 28? 197. IB l&srt&'iH-g KWSgp' WESTERN LEAGUE. CORRECT LIST OP THE PLAYERS OP ALL THE TEAMS. IT'S GOING TO BE A GREAT .YEAR TEAM MCST BE A CRACK-A-JACK TO WIN THE PENNANT. Manager Manning Sires Up the Situa tion and GIses Ills Estimate of the Flaying Strength of tlie Teams Other Base "ball Gossip. The baseball season Is coming on -apace and almost before we know it the boys will be reporting. The coming season bldsj fair to be a memorable one in the "Western League. The teams have all been strength ened in anticipation of a hard fight for pennant honors and so many have been the changes that the most cnhuslastlc fans have hardly been able to keep track of them. Here is presented for the first time some trilng like an accurate roster of each of the eight teams in the Western League. A glance at the lists o players will show that Columbus and Grand Rapids par ticularly have been strengthened; t...

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

I " PT It iff (-3 ! iV (- r .1.- VOLUME XXXIX. NO. 264. 43533 MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 1, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. 1 slv&v& J 3 TINIEST OF BABIES. "WEIGHT AT BIRTH, 1 1-2 LBS.j AT TWO WEEKS, 2 1-4 LBS. Tjfc-' THIS WITH HER CLOTHES ON. i BESSIE VALENTINE. CHANDLER THE SAME OP THE 3IIDGET. She Was Horn on Si. Vnlonino Day nnilli a "Wonder He Just fn. m n Qnnl'l.rM C . .. , . Drop at a Time i V-"?" Once More Trlp( ap?.'! 5& '5- There was Torn to Sir. an " Willis Chandler, at their home on C. Main street. Independence, on Si S-tlne's day, just two weeks ago, a bal -g yhich yesterday alternoon tipped the J with all Us clothes on, at exactly tt tone- fourth pounds. Of all the tin. tng. Winking hits of humanity ever I ..-m-thls section of the country, Bessie Valentine Chandler, for such the little mite has al ready been named In honor of her natal day. Is the tiniest. At birth the baby weighed at the most, says the attending physician, one and a half pounds. The baby wa...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 March 1897

2 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1897. politicians at the home of C. T. Bride, on Capitol hill, -with whom he is stopping. Tuesday Sir. Bryan leaves for Uncoln. but will stop in Pittsburg on Wodncsday.-where, In the evening he is to speak under the auspices of the Bimetallic League. The National League of Republican Clubs has opened headquarters at 1319 F street, and committees of reception and informa tion have been organized. rPresldent D. D. "Woodmansec will divide Ms time between these, headquarters .and his personal hcad Jiuarters at the Ebbitt house Just opposite. Secretary Herbert will accompany a dis tinguished party down the Potomac river to-morrow morning for an hours spin on the new gunboat No. f, christened the rarrngut, and said to be the fastest craft In the world. Members of the senate and house committees on naval affairs are ex pected to go and to-nlsht the secretary ex tended invitations to the three members of President-elect McKInley's cabinet who are ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY. JOURNAL. MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1897. 3 1 t Ti i I A Ha M i I KANSAS CITY; KAS. THE 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 it notice is given. Telephone West 33. PfltV lnrtitiita Portsmouth BIoV.. KAnns fMM Tttti IV G im oniy place 11 he only place in Kansas where the . wuuttj ,M.crG4cj xurujcuica uuu aicli Znent Tor Alcohol null JnTvntir Artrtlitfnn liAniilnA 1TaaIm Ty !. .. T. pxe administered. Address as above. A FEMALE TRUSTY. ITEST FREAK IDEA HOT FR03I A POPULISTIC FOUXT. -I SERGT. DOYLE'S GREAT HEAD. put a -woman- frisoxer at ivonic REPAIRING THE FORCE. ty Meeting of the Bonrd of Police Cammluloncn Culled to Pat a Quletu on the Frugal Sergcnnf Fnt Scheme of Retrenchment. It lias remained for the Populist ap pointees of Governor Leedys police com missioners to make trusties out of female pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 154. The Journal Company-, Publishers. Journal Batldtnsv Tenth and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION BATES. fllngle copies 2c Sunday ; 5c DELIVERED Br CARRIER. DMly and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 45 ccnts'per month. BY MAIIi INVIDVANCE. f Dally and Sunday, I year.. ...... ....;....$( 00 Dally and Sunday, 6 months....".'......'.. 200 Dally and Sunday. 3 months 100 Dally and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday only, 1 ye&r. 1 00 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, I yr. CO TELEPHONE NUMBERS. . Business Office 250 Editorial and Society 1S57 City Editor 812 Eastern Office K and 32 Tribune Building, New York Chicago Office 1220 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Fostofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mail Matter. ran WEATHER. Washington, Feb. 2S. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Probably local showers, and partly cloudy weather; slightly cooler; variable -winds. For Missouri: Generally cloudy -weather, probably light local snows; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1897. SUNDAY AT CARSON. IT "WAS A HOLIDAY IX TUB PRIZE FIGHT CITV. CORBETT WORKED AS USUAL FITZ LAID OFF OX ACCOUXT OF MIIS. JULIAVS FUXERAL. An Ambitious Athlete Who Wanted to Spar With Corbett Got More Than He "Wanted Goslp of the Flcliters. Carson, Nev.. Feb. 2S.-Work continued as usual on Dan Stuart'a big: amphitheater to day. In fact, very few of the residents seem Inclined to observe me oaoaain. It was a sort o holiday In Carson. Mora people were seen In the streets than usual, and many stores, all of the saloons and earning- houses -were open for business as on the other six days of the week. Bob Fltzslmmons did no work- at all to day. He spent a good part of the mora ine writing letters to friends In Stuart's headquarters! and then drove to the race track to get a look at the superstructure of the arena In which he hopes to aeteat Jim Corbett. Accompanied by Julian, Fltzslmmons drove back to Quarters for dinner, but the pair returned...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 March 1897

THE KAJSSAS UET5 JUUHJNAL, JMOJVDAv;, MARCH 1, 1S97. i M AS TO POOR JONAH. "PULPIT OPIXIOXS AS TO WHETUER TUB WH.U.E DID OR DIDST. TWO SAY THAT HE SURELY DID. A THIRD HOLDS THE SWALLOWING SOT HISTORIC nECORD. Rer. Father Dnlton Saya tlie Snliject I. a Threndbnre One Rev. Dr. Georjre Give the "Wlinle Credit Rev. Dr. Rlch- nrdnon'8 V -w. The story of Jonah and the whale was told from three pulpits In this town yes terday. Two Protestant ministers and one Catholic priest discussed the wonderful miracle told of In the Bible. They all agreed on the truthfulness of the narra tive, although Rev. Dr. Richardson, of the First Christian church, said the historical accuracy of the story had never been es tablished, lie held this point to be of THE "BIG FISH" AND JONAH. small moment, however, to preachers, who Hhould, seek to draw manifest truths from the story to serve mankind. Rev. Richard son quietly scored Rev. Lyman Abbott, the New York divine who started the Jonah and the whale discussion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 March 1897

THE KANSAS CTf Y JOTJRNAL, MONDAY, MAliqH , 1897. I 1 I! fc WANTED MALE nELP. Battle for Protection and Sound Money." Contains biographies and portraits of his cabinet. .Introduction by Chauncey Depcw; financial chapter by John Sherman. Only $1.50. nip book; big commissions. Bonanza for agents. Credit given. Freight paid. Outfits free. Address The Dominion Co.. Depu 3. Chicago. WANTED An Idea. "Whocantblnkof some. cimplc thing to patent? Protect your ideas; they may bring you -wealth. Write John - Weddcrburn &. Co.,Dept. E. ipatent attys., Washington. D. C. for their JLSO0 prize of- fer and new list of LOOO inventions wanted. ssxr.ij salesmen 10 sen 10 ukiic.j uu time; J100 monthly and expenses; experience unnecessary. Write for particulars. Acme Cigar Co., Chicago. i WANTED Reliable man to handle agents for Telephone Tablet and Specialties; pay3 15.009 a year; inclose stamp. Victory Mrs. Co.. Cleveland, O. WANTED Salesmen to carry our lubri cating oils as a side line or exclusi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOTJENAL, MONDAY, MARCH 1. 1897. I yyv,Sk!l,3a.i w,S,3St&:J mSigSSJUipwfej nw$hk3fatfKtf. Wu.SwiSKoyptyfe. m,S,SioCftr. I nw;J;S?Law Kansas City, Mo., March L To-day wa look for the weather to bo warmer, with probable light snow. THE BIG MARCH SALE BEGINS TO-DAY! 8 A www....'.w.. .x-x-x-xk-xx-x-x-x New ShoesWomen's. There never nas neen a. ; timo in the history of this eventful Shoe business that your money would buy so much thoroughly depend- cnt footwear as this spring ; of 1837: 22 shapes at J3.00 a pair, extension soles and . thin soles, needle coin and London toes, uppers of Hurke's kid. absolutely the highest priced kid skin tanned to-day. The new y boots at Jl.00 and $3,00. made y by Wright, Peters -& Co., y are models of shoe making, y y 50c Saved. $ CUT GLASS XXXXXXKK'X.XX" Bonner I . J WRINGERS. J Wall Paper. rCey Chains. ' ' Alarm Clocks. Z Hen's Shoes. AAAAAAAAA........ ;l An o J i-. o J n If ! i f A 1 A lAV I ?'Vr r V. X V . saasnsa Special, begi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 March 1897

foe ICmt. f fW1" V ttt-'&V'i' ' C1 JIc! I VOLUME XXXTJk- NO. 265. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 2, 1897, TUESDAY. HRICE TWO CEKT& (flCtfit Wititntrl - 5 1 " - n i . . i.i in J GILT-EDGED PAPEB. SOMETHING ABOUT PARK CERTIFI CATES NOT GENERALLY K50W.V P0INTS,ALS0,0N ASSESSMENTS INTEREST-".Y COUNT MORE THAN IN, fi 5T IENT PRINCIPAL. &sg Jk. Review Sg?- e FnrU Situation n It Affect-- J-jVjJ: rp.iyers on the "Ver dicts & red Certiflentes Sh r' ind a. nendjr . x: at Home. o a. Treasurer C ' is now In hand the -verdict for tl "l Paseo. -which was rendered Janu y ioT The taxes for this park Improvement aro on property in the South Park district. It Is the continuation of the North Paseo. extending from Fif teenth south to Eighteenth, between Grove and Flora. The valuation as fixed for the property taken is $G9,O0O. Thl3 tax, as is the case In all park improvements, is di vided into twenty Installments. The first Is due without Interest now, and unless paid before March IS will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1897. route to the station made by the column. Alone the line tbe carrlage.coiitalnlng the president-elect and wife 'was kept In a haltf of brilliant, light irom' flambeaux emitting brilliant rays, replaced from time to lime as they burncdidlmly: At various l-c.t -aleng-ibe -JIhs rol&rod itauCwere also- biniil,-md though UreLWiy'..no or aanizAlt effort -Jrf thai llrioi -Individuals at parlous JIJace5 rerft ")rr)TScieis:Unna romnn, - candies wmzxinc- through1' tiifr -air. as me "Heart tit tho'column reacllea .the train and rounding strdcts were ailed, with. a seeth ing; surging masf, 01 humanity, each strlv iok heroically io.;ct. -nearest Abe point wlrete the ' president-elect woulftjbc last seeiifand Mmc striving -for a last hand- ?t ' -. .. I- , -AMnlMiuT.' fend MiaKe. aunougu. uie tuuiujiuu- . -ronged there should -b8 none ,o this. From the rear platfpmr djjthe train the major made the following-address to his fill nils who were at th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1897. 3 KANSAS CITY; USl 'T'HE Branch Office of the Jour- nal has removed tot Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will receive prompt attention. Any complaints 4s to the delivery of the paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given. Telephone West 33. KEELEY Institutes. ; The only place in Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. CHRINKAGE of Values Reduced -to Min-- Imum. Send your -Flannel to WCLF'S LAUNDRV 3To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation. H. F. "WOLF. Prop.. Filth and State. DEATH'S QUICK WOBK TIMJS TWO VICTIMS CXDER DISSIM ILAR CIRCUM5TA3TCES. A FARMER BREAKS HIS NECK. HAD BEEV DRIXKIXG AXD FELL FROM HIS 1VAGO.V. Lonli E. Worthington Caught In a Shafting Belt and Whirled, to Death by the Fast Moving Machinery His Head Was Torn Off. Camle Selcheplne, a -well-to-do farmer of Leavenworth count...

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