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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY. JUIY 22,1897. 6 i n 1. S. FITZHUGH. President W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS n:vafnc . Sidney McWilllams. W. X. Moore, Stuart Carkcner. rhll E. Chap LUreCLOrS . pcU Alcx Qebhart, M. V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttig. Geo. Holmes, H. J. rHznugn, Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Seventh and Wyandotte Streets, KANSAS CITY, MO. CAPITAL - Sl.250.000 Surplus and Undltlded Profits, $1,150,000. 36 Wall street, New York city. 400 Chettnut treet. Philadelphia. Pa. 143 Washington -treet. Boston. Mass. Sandthorquia 2. Hamburg. Germany. Sirgel 23S. Amsterdam. Holland. 31 Lombard street. London. L. C, En gland. .. Dorotheen-Strasse 51. Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue du Louvr.. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stilwdl. President. Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble; 2d. E. L. Martin: 3d. W. S. Taylor; 4tn. Jacques . Nolthenlus. ... Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: ?. Taylor. Treasurer; Frank B. Wilcox. Ass t Tirasurer: J. J. Cairncs. Ass't Secretary: E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary:...

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. — 22 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JUVr 22, 1897. ''BURLINGTON ROUTE SPECIALS. 3.00 TO CHICAGO $3.00. 4 I3.4A-TO ST. LOUIS-J3.48. July 2Jrd. 2h. nh. August 2nd. 6th, tth and 13th. HOMESEEKKRS' EXCURSIONS. August 3rd and 17th, September .th and Hat. October 5th and 19th- Rate, one fire plus $2 round trip. Grand Army of the Republic. BUFFALO. N. Y-. August list and 22nd. Rate. S2LJ). SONS OF VETERANS. INDIANAPOLIS. IND.. September 7th and Sth. Rate, one fare round trip. Bend for Illustrated catalogue of Summer Tourist Rates. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS To Excelsior Springs Tuesday, July 20, and Thursday, July During the encampment of the Third regiment at Excelsior Spring the Wabash railroad will run a special excursion train Tuesday and Thursday. LEAVING UNION DEPOT at J. 30 p. m.. and, returning, will leave Excelsior Springs at 19 p. m.. arriv ing at Union depot at 11:30 p. in.. In time for all car lines. There will be dress pa rade end band concerts every afternoon, and on Thursday afternoo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 July 1897

THE KAKSAS CJTt J01RNAL.THUHSDA Y.JULY 22,1897, AN AWFUL FAMM MIX-UP. &$4&&S&S&&$$SS Royal makes the food pure. wholesome and delicious PEOPLE I.V SOCIETY. K.GLUSIA-FIIi:iTAG CASH IS FAST IIEC03H.VG FAMOl'S. It Hn Xenrljr Cnimcil a Shooting and Yesterday the Guilty Fnrtlea Got Off -With n. Fine of $20 Each. The domestic troubles of Henry Engle man and Jacob Frcltac -were thoroughly aired In Justice Krueger's court yesterday afternoon. Engleman and llrs. Freltag were charged with adulters' '' the wom an's husband. Kngleman Is a gardener In the Uast bottoms. The testimony In the case was to the effect that Freltag, who Is employed by tho Helm Brewing Com pany, had rented a piece of ground near Kngleman's home and taken his family there to raise garden produce for the mar ket. He continued to work In the brewery and each week sent J3 to his wife, which hho was to save and buy a team. Each Saturday night Frcitag returned to his family and stayed over Sunday. Two ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 July 1897

tmtal JF ) ; n v VOLM o rL. NO. 43. FRIDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 23, 1897. FRIDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. i' mk itn 1XWX0VL$ m OsS: r es BRANDED .IfiFALSE. 035' SEKSATIOXAIJ E STOIir WITHOUT C PAPER 3 5- JATIO.V. NO COAL' FOR EAi -....ROADS. BURLIXGTOX XOT GUILTY OP SUCTI I.VSAXE ACT. General Southwestern. Agent Harmon Enters an Emphatic Denial of the Incendiary Story It Would Be a. Madman's Act to Make Such Shipment. ' . Tho coal mining troubles of tho East have not extended to tho West. There has never been tho slightest Indication that they would a fact gratifying. not on,v t0 tho miners themselves, but to every citizen with the good of his city and state and sec tion and country at heart. Every good citi zen -would deprecate the slightest attempt to foment dissatisfaction and trouble. Notwithstanding tho news from every mining region In Missouri. Kansas and the Southwest, showing- that tho great labor strife would not bo felt there In the ordi nary progress of events, reports have for se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 July 1897

THE KANSAfi QXTY- JOL:RXiyL,:bffiDAY, JpT 3fo-ff9T. were best aile ,tg realize Its Jatcr.t mean-'"Ef- T7 f ,. J f', I "John A. Logan,- only 33 jears of age, , was already, a striking ,figure la our na tlpr.ni politics, lie sat.li the house of representatives, that Holly which touches the people at every point, and In it ho was a Tribune. Himself triumphantly re elected the preceedlug autumn, he had cen Ms party beaten. his aJorcd leader. Dcjg'-'.s defeated, and, what to him w.is Infirltrly worse, his country hopelessly driftirg 1-to civil war. in thoe sad dajs (very Lean had Its own sorrow. No one r:n dojbt that ho remembered, ns true men dj his party ties, the friends who l'zd been so stanch, his boyhood serlce in the war with Mexico and those name le tender affections which link strong natures to the scenes of childhood. May hip t:o ho thought of a future, overcast rrd clouded, of shattered hopes and plans that never could be realized. Then came the test Out 6f the crucible the me...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 23,1897.. WHATNOTS TO FDSE. AXTI-REPUBLICAX FOnCES IX KAN SAS GETTING TOGETHER. THEY HAVE A HARD ROW TO HOE MIST DEFEND TIIEItt RECORD OF IXCOMPETEXCY AXD IIOODLIXG. Republicans Intend to rave the "Way In This "Oft Year" for a Sweep ing Victory In 1SDS Knmai Son and Political Gossip. Topeka, Kas., July 52. (Special.) Folitl cai movements so far Indicate that there will be complete fusion among the anti Republican forces In almost every county In Kansas this fall, and the Republicans are laying their plans accordingly. This Is the "oft year" In Kansas poli tics. Only half of the county offices are to bo filled. This Includes sheriff, treasurer, county clerk, surveyor, coroner, register of deeds and one county commissioner. There will be Ave senators and four district judges to elect. In counties where com mon pleas courts are established, the clerks of those courts will also bo elected. The Republicans, however, Intend to put forth their best eff...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 July 1897

THE KANSAS .CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, JULY 23,.1897J 4 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S31. The Jonrnnl Compnny, TuMUli". Rlnlto Iliilldlncr. NlntU nntl Grnnil Ave. NEW SUBSCRIPTION KATES Single copies c Sunday DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday. ci year W D-ily and Sunday. 6 months - j Ial!y and Sunday. 3 months Dat.y and Sunday. 1 month Sir day only. 1 year i Weekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office Editorial Booms S12 New Tork Office SI and 32 Tribune Bids Chicago Office 133) Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren Special Agency. Sole Agents. Foreign Advertising. Entered at the Postoffice at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Wenllicr Forecast for Friday. Washington. July 22. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory" Generally fair; probably cooler Friday afternoon or night; southerly winds, becoming northwesterly. For Missouri: Generally fair; continued high tempera...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENALFRIDAY,; JULY 23, 1S97. 5 ii BLUES LOST ALLTHE WAY. COLUSinUS TAKES TIIK SECOND game nv a sconn 'of ia to s. "Kill" Hevl- Conlil Nat Fool the Ancient "1'nnon" Nicholson Civrn Three Dn'' Notice of Ilrlrnsie. The Blues lost all the way to the finish yesterday. From the Ilrst inning, when Captain Pickett Ktruck out with the bases filled, to the popping up of the wee little fiy by Dug dale. In the first half of the ninth, which marked the passing of the twenty-seventh Kansas Cltyan, the home team was never In the running. The score was 16 to S. The nines played yester day as though they had seen better days. Their fleld lns errors were not so num erous as on the previous day, but the fusillading of the opposing batsmen was too terrific for the pace of the Kansas Cityans In this year of grace. The ancient men from the Ohio capital, whose bones creak when they walk, fell upon "Kid" Bevls as though he were a placer claim In the Klondike region and they were prospecto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 July 1897

L'HE KAjS'SAS CITY JOURNAL,' FRIDAY. JULY 23,1897. V e I It R II J Jl c v r ti u ri el SS ti j B, w At Ft P- i It 6) 31 6( E ni 14 ti c ta It m d w O tt III tl Pi M K Tl fr Fl bi C fo O: lei 8V K Ci til At lu Gr Te mi Ki Fr ell 1. S. FITZHUGH. PretldenL W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS nirarfnrc SMnev McWIIIIams. W.N. Moore. Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap UireCLOrij . , rtl Alex Gebhart. II V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttig, Geo. Vfnin-. R J. Fltzhueh. W. H. Seerer. II. C Sehwitzcebel. Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Seventh and Wj.ndotte Streets. KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - 3Jl.S5O.O0O Sjtplui and UndltlSea Profits. St.1SO.0C0. Z, all street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. J4J Washington street, boston. Mav&. Sandthcrqula 2, Hamburg. Germany. Singl 238. Amsterdam. Holland. SI Lombard street. Loudon, U. C, En gland. Doiotheen-Straso St. Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre, Paris. France. Arthur E. Stilwell President. Vice Prel-dents- 1st. J. McD. Trimble; 2d. E. I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 July 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, FRIDAY. JULY 23, 1897. , PORTUGAL1 WON'T WHIF US; : Insult Offered 'to Hit Ping; Not; Llliely to Lead to Any Compll- rutluu. Washington. July 22,-The tnsult offered to tho flag of Portugal by a party of stu dents In Southern California on the Fourth '-of July is not expected to lead to any com Jllcailcr.3. Vlcount DcSanto-Thryso. the Portuguese minister to the United States, Called at the state department to-lay and lad a short talk ahout the. matter -with the officials. He previously had brought tho nc:dent to the attention of the depart ment, whli h. in turn, has caused an In quiry to be marie of the state authorities. Th report of the governor of California, however, I.iui not yel been received, as the minister was tntorined. He expressed great satisfaction at the tone the American newspapers adopted in referring to tho aralr . BURLINGTON ROUTE SPECIALS. J9.00-TO CHICAGO-59.00. J3.4v--."0 ST. LOUIS-J3.40. July 'rd, th. Jwth, August 2nd, 9th and 15th. tby H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 July 1897

8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, JULY 23,1897, STORY OF MOTHER YS. SON. TIIEV DRAG OUT SEVEJtTEE.Y FLESIL I.ESS FAMILY SKELETONS. And All, Fonootli, Beuuie of One Brlndle Coir A Dntlfal Son and a Doting? Mother IjOie Their Temper. A family quarrel !0n against mother was aired before a Jury in Justice Spitz' court yesterday, where Claude B. Smith, C2 years old, brought a replevin suit against his mother, Mrs. Mary C Caugheren. for the possession of a cow, which he claimed was his property. Smith Is a single man, and until recently has made his home with his mother at 3027 Central street. Although the point to be established in the minds of the Jury was simply the ownership of the cow, the nttornejs on both sides brought In family matters and old quar rels, with the result that mother and son contradicted each other on numerous points and finally aired about all the domestic troubles that had occurred In the family for the past ten years. Smith Is a stonemason, and by hard work accu...

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. — 24 July 1897

Eke Kmm& its f) mttttsi cr?,- V0L1 c5i XL. NO. 4-1. SATURDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 24, 1897. SATURDAY. PEICE TWO CENTS. ( Jk $ ?.,, JlJf INLIXD IU j FK03I BOGO TA, SOI ERICA. VICE CONSUL BUCKLEY HERE. COMES TO REPORT TO CAPITALISTS OV THE PLV?.. The Bond, He Snjs, Wonld ran Thronph a. Magnificently Kertllo Section Declines to Gie Annies of the Men Be hind 111m. Mr. J. Edward Buckley, United States Vice Consul at Bogota, South America, Is at tho Midland, and will remain In the city for a week or ten dajs looking after some prhatejbvei-' ss matters. Mr. Buckley -was formerly a resldcnf'of Kansas, and for a time when a boy was a student at the high school here. After leaving school ho be gan work as an engineer, and has been pretty much all over the world looking for a fortune. Ho thinks now that he Is very near to the end of his search. Ho has been the engineer for a company largely composed of Kansas City people, who are figuring on building a railroad from Bogota, the capital of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 July 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, SATCEDAY, JUIT 21, 1897. J ALASKAN BOUNDARY. DisriTn iinrwKirv. ckeit ihiitu: AD IJIIi imti:u titks. ENGLAND PLANNING A GRAB. sulking in ionthol nvrr.wAY to lviintioit or ALiskt nicli f.oltl. iprr. Iron, Coal nntl Vlnrltlr Deposit nntl nlnnlilc 'limber In the Disputed 1 cr- rlUr Tlif Treaty Wlth ltussla. Very unexpectedly the United Stales has been forced Into a dispute with Great Brit on orr the location of the boundary line between Alak.i and British Columbia. It lia, occasioned a gcod deal of Interest In t! i West, and the value of the region or terrlior) involved Is so groat that it Is iroi ihle the claims of Canada, which are etjr cd li) the British gov ernment. will b rc-lsted b our government v. 1th more d'-trrmiiiallon than has usually chnnctcr lztd such controversies Owing to the Im portance of the points at Issue, and from the fat t also that "the dispute Is to be a lone If not a bitter one. It will be of scrv i e to give a history of the cage as It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL, SATURDAY. JULY 24,1897. 3 COUNTRY IS SAVED. KAASAS TOI' COMES TO THE l'ORE "WITH A DltlLMlVT SCHEME. ALL WRONGS TO BE SET RIGHT. IUCII TO HE 3III.CTEI1 FOH THE BI- efit or the roon. Additional Itcirnnr, Eqaltnlilc DlatrN bntlon of Hnrden, AVork for Idle, Cnoh for Old Soldiers and nn Eud to Crime and Ice. Washington, July 23.-(SpeclaI.) Topullst Ridgeley. from Pittsburg. Kas . Introduced a bill to-day entitled "A bill for raising ad ditional reenue; for the establishing, in the distribution of burdens and benefits of Government among the people, a condition of enultv In Its complete relations to the citizens and their prosperity, for creating a fund for the pavment of pensions, and for setting our army of idle laborers at work on extensive internal Improvements, for removing the strongest incentive to crime among the poor und to vice among S'le rich, for protecting Americans from the Influx of undue alien competition, and for other purposes." The bill provide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATUKDAY, JULY 24,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1SJ4. The JnnrnnI Comimnr. Pnbllnliers. Itlnllo ltiill.llnc, Xlnth nml Grnnil Ave. NEW Sl'BSCRIPTION KATES Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dallj and Sunday. 10 cents per week; ti cents per month. BY MAIL. IK ADVANCE. t" V KTiH SrlnHflV one VPtlT - '.$100 T and Sunday. S months - W T' and Sunday. 3 months. . 1 "0 I- and Sunday. 1 month S av onlv. 1 year T Weekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office " lV.ltcrl.-l Rooms su New York Office 31 and 33 Trlhune Bid? Chicago omce 1330 Masonic Temple .T II Vnn Doren Special Agency. Sole Agents. Foreign Advertising. Entered at the Postoifice at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Vcntlirr Korecnut for Sntnrrtnr. Washington. July 13. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair, preceded by showers In northern portions: cooler In northern portions: variable winds. For Missouri: Generally fair: cooler S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. JULY 24,1897. KINGELM'S OWNER EXPELI TVMl'Elt WITH JO( KU1 UA.U Rlrliiiril Karris Ih Drilled the I Iejie of i:pnslllun l'.irk .lo-V Mngletfin'ii nrrnit Hncii Frum Death. The board of stewards of Ei Driving jwrk met Inst night and ei1 Richard Farrls. who Is sometimes as 'Onion Dick." and hi, horse. Kl: from the rare track because of all' regularities in the first race of the Ing daj It was claimed that wl'e Jockejs 'were still In the paddotk T1 afternoon. Allen, who was to rideP was approached b an emlssarj frer" ris and given a ticket for J-9 on Kljm Jockey Allen turned the ticket ov Jhe owner of Svviftj, and the matter bi'c1 to the attention of the board of jd who after investigation, said tl,ad fourd sufficient e.ldence to justifjf 'n expelling Karris and his hor-e ItPr,n while to state that Alen rode Snifjwln Thursda) . and came tinder the Tn a nose and nose finish a winner bj"ort head J An unfortunate spill occurred i!nrsJ race jesterdaj. and b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 July 1897

yjWWA'VSjPi ' 6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SATURDAY, JULY 24,1897. r J. S. FIIZHUGH. President. W. H. SEEGEH. CITIZENS TKrnrnr-c Sidney McWilllams. A. X. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap UireCLOrS . ,,, AIex Gebbart, M. V. Watson, H. P. Wright. Fred Huttlg. Geo. iinim s J Fitzhugh. W. n. Swirer. H. c SchwltzcebeL Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustGo. Se.enth and Wrindotle Street!. Wnndotte Street!. T,Tmi iin o'r-. --- I CAPITAL - 31.250.OOOi -- ' .. ..- Surplusand Undlilded Prolill. $1,160,000, It. "ft all street. Xew York cit , 400 Chestnut strtet. Philadelphia. Pa. 119 Washington street. Boston. Mass. Snndthorqula 2, Hamburg. German. Sippel 23S. Amsterdam. Holland 31 Lombard street. London, K. C. En- gland. Dorotheen-Strasso 54 Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre, Paris France. Arthur K. Stllnell President. v ice -rc- dnts. 1st, J McD Trimble. 2d. E. I Martin: 3d, W. S. Taj lor. 4th. Jacques T. Xolthenius Arthur C Rob'non, Secret.-ir: W. S Ta lor Treasurer Frank 11 Wil'-ox. Ass t Tiecs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. JULY 24, 18p7. BURLINGTON ROUTE SPEC. J3.00-TO CHICAGO-J3.00. JJ.46 TO ST LOUIS J3. 40. July SSlh. h. August TnJ, 6f mn aim istn HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIO , August 3rd and ljtli, September ,f lust, OcteHier 5th and nth on faro plus fr round trip Grand Army of tho Kcpublf iiui-i-aiai. . v . August 21st and 22nd. lute. SONS OF VETERANS. INDIANAPOLIS. IND.. oeptemotr ,tn nmi tin Kate, round trip. Send for illustrated ratak-V Summer Tourist Rates.! CHEAP EXCURSIOr lilt the- Mis-tourl lnci; .-to St. Louis $5 41 Indianapolis and return August 21 and 22, I 1U . 1 GRAND ARMY MEETI BufTalo. N. Y . and rety August :ist and 22ne Return limit to Septembi , $a 30. 1 We run the Four St. Louis'"" Leave Knas City at 9 45 alJJi 9 V and 10.43 p. m. 7 For tickets call at Union dj No. IOC Union ae and J City Ticket Office. No soo 3ft E S JSTT. Passenger and Tlcfvsent. SUMMER EXCURSS Via Chlcnco A. Alton npad. $9 00 To Chicago if $3 to To St. Louis August 16th. 17th anlf.....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JULY 24,1897, SAM. G. SMITH WANTS BACK. SAYS POLICC BOARD HAD KO nlGHT TO DItOP III 31. Slanilnrana Proceedings to Compel the llonrtl to Ttclnstnte Him Wli Hack Snlarj- I'pom the Time He Wan Let Oat. Samuel G. Smith Is unanimously of the opinion that the board of police commis sioners cannot remote a patrolman without cauhe, notice, charge or complaint. HI mcu of the law is shared by one of the best laujers In the city and estrday UJ'llam H. Wallace, attorney for Smith. Instituted mandamus proceedings to compel til" police board to reinstate him. to pay him J770 back talary and pay him all the Ealary due him from July 22 to the date of his reinstatement. In the went that his commission expires before he is reinstated, he wants his salary to the date of expira tion of his commmisslon. The outcome of the suit Trill be awaited with Interest. Scores of patrolmen hae beer, dropped In times past without notice or without charges being made agalnet them. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

mtrttaf t VOLUME XL. NO. 15. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 25, 1897. TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Sflfte Kmng 3 j&tnut&tt Hi mYSTHEY LIED. "$& vi Prose MES ATTonXEV LOWE DC- GELS' STATEJIENTS. DR. BER )D NOT CONFESS. XXSTEAD, SAID MR. LOWE, HE DE SIED THE ASSVLLT CHARGE. LETTER "NAMED THE PRICE." INTIMATIONS. OF HIACKMtlL DICK OF THE 3IURRER. 3Ir. Lowe Return From Ills Vacation and FnrnUhr the Onlr MUilne Ker to the Deriter Marder Mr. Schlesrrl' Story Fall Flat. "Did Dr. L. A- Bcrger admit to you dur ing a conference at your office or at any other time that he had assaulted Mrs. Echlcgel?" Frank M. Lone, prosecuting attorney, was asked this question last night at his home on Park acnue by a reporter for The Journal. Mr. Lowe hestltated several minutes and then, so as to guard against the possibility of mlsquotatiori, ho dictated the question and answer covering the charge of Mrs. Bchlegcl that Dr. Bergcr, at the conference in Mr. Lowe's office, had admitted the as...

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