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

lie fCan ms i Jjnmml VOLUME XL. NO. 89. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1897.-TWELYE PAGES. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. HALF MILLION DAILY. GOLDE.V STT s r'UOWlG I.V AXD OLT O Q&v 4.S CITV. AN ENORMOUS BUSINESS. o A MILLIOV A "WEEK. 'LT FOR THBWHEVT ' Bank of Commerce Receipt Saturday Reached the Ennrmoon Sum. ol 95:25,000 Great Increaio in Deposits nt All During tho past six -necks money has ")cen pouring Into Kansas City at the rate of nearly half a million dollars per day, -ind just about halt ot It has stajed here. The rest his Bono cut in another golden stream to the farmers of Kansas and Ok htioma, principally Kansas. The average person has little conception ot the vast sum represented by a steady daily influx of $100,000 for twentj'-sir business davs. That means $10,400,000, which has come from the banks of St. Louis and Chicago and New York and other Eastern centers to pay the farmers of the AVest for their bountiful wheat crops. Kansas City is the distributing point fo...

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. — 7 September 1897

THE KAJsSAS CITY- JOUKNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1897. TROOPS THE TRUMP. (JKEIT CAKU AT M:t()I) DAY or HIE HORSE SHOW A SUPERB CAVALRY DRILL EVEA A IIH.t.HK CROWD TH.q AT mi: oi'Kmmj. Fine Animal Sliumi in tlic Different Clnincv und Some Skillful Drlv- JnR Dune One Decision Was Hissed People Av ho Were There. In point of attenJance. all local Horse show records were broken jesterdaj. A conservative estimate places the Labor day attendance nt C.JOO. Every seat In the stands was occupied, people filled the space In front of the grand stand, lined the ropes about the tanbark arena on the north and south and hundreds sat or stood - in carriages east of the arena. It 'was a flattering testimonial of the public to the Interest which, "is- taken in the show.7 The events on the programme jester day. In the estimation of many, wefe of a higher order even than en the opening; day. The prcirramino was a long one THE CAVALRY BUGLER. too long-, In fact, as It kept the people who wished to see It ...

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. — 7 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1807. BLUES WIN ADOUBLE HEADER CROD IlrlDS BCATE TWICE OV 1T HOME GROUNDS. Gear Pitches Winning Hull in the l"irnt Game Abbey Also Shown the Wny to Victory Con- nnnfrhton's Grent Caleb. Grand Rapids, Mich.. Sept. 6. (Special.) The Blues took two games from the Hobs this afternoon. The second game was call ed In the sixth on account of darkness. Rathbun, a local amateur, was pitted against Gear in the first game, and made an excellent showing, though he cihlblteo nervousnei-s at critical stages. The ef fective work of both pitchers Is shown by the fact that no runs were earned. The Bobs were blanked until the eighth, when fumbles by Nicholson and Connaugh ton, with two hits. gave two runs. Ratn bun hit Menefee. the first Blue to bat, and then threw wild to Ganzel, Menefee reaching third and scoring on a hit. Two lilts and Driscoll's error gave one In the rcond; McVlcker's double and a fly out added one in the sixth, while a pass, a Ffngl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1897. &h Knnsa (Situ Jfoanral. Established 1S54. THE JOIHA4.L COMPANY, rulillsuer. Rialto Building. Ninth and Grand Avenue. Snbscrlptlon Rates: By carrier. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. By mail. Daily and Sunday, one month, 0 cents; threo months, SI: Elx months, $2; one j car, $4. Single copies. 2 cents. Daily: 5 cents Sun da j. ' ! ft. TheWrcUy Journal anil Acrlcnltnrlst Published Thursdays. 50 cents per sear. Tclpplioncs: Business Office, 2M; Edi torial Roo-ns. S12: Kansas City. Kas . TV. 23. I'orclen Advertisings The J. E. Van Doren Special Agency, with offices 1220 Ma sonic Temple. Chicago, and 21-22 Tribune Buildirg. New York, sole agent for foreign adverti-lng. Entered at the f'ostoffice at Kansas City, Missouri, as second class mail matter. "Weather l'orccnst for Tuesday. Washington, Sept. C ror Oklahoma and Indian Territory- Talr; east winds For Missouri! Fair: continued high tem perature; south to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 September 1897

THE KA3T5AS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEFIEMEER 7, 189T. LEGAL NOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson county, t Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. XV. McCurdy. collector, plaintiff, vs. James N. Itichardson. defend ant. No 26C2C. Now. on this 2Sth day of ugust, 197. comes plaintiff by Its attor ney and it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendant. James N. Richardson, is a non-resident of this state, or has concealed himself so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. and cannot be served in this action, it is ordered by the clerk in Vacation that publication ba made noti fying baid defendant that an action has ben commenced against him bv petition in the circuit court of Jackson county, in the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said action is for the purpose of en forcing the lien for state and county taxes due and delinquent against 1 12-100 acres In section 11. township 49. range 23, begin ning 158 feet fout...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 September 1897

G THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1897. i.kr Ij mtici:. .1 IN the circu't court of Jackson countv, nt Kansas Cit. Missouri State of Ml court ex rel J A. McCurd. ollcctor, plaintiff, is. Elizabeth Coghill MniccIIus Gllham Thorn i Todd Thorn is AV. Cald well. Charles AV. Caldwell. Ann E. Cald well George K Caldwell Mar .1. Caldwell. Joseph IS Caldwell, Jumes S. Caldwell, AV.iiter Caldwell. In Irs of Aim C. Caldwell, deceased, defend.ins. No. "KIT. Now. on thi3 da. August 28, 397. comes plain tlrt hj its ittorne, ami It appearing lo the satisfaction of the clerk In ac.ulon tint the defend nits. Elizabeth Coghill. Mnreellus Gilliam. Thomas Todd. Thomas Av. Caldwell. Ann E Caldwell, George 33. Caldwell. JUrj- J. Caldwell. JWph I!. Caldwell. Jnmu, Caldwell. Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C Caldwell, deceased, are J.on-rcsldcnts ot this state, or have con 'aled themselves -o that the ordinary process of law cannot be sen ed upon them and cannot lie served In this action, it is...

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

THE KANSAS CITY J0U11NAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1897. LEG VL AOTICn. IN the circuit court of Jackson county, fit Kansas Cltv. Missouri, btate of SIIs Mniri ex rcl Elihu A. Hajes, collector, plaintiff vs. AA'illiam Oldham. Annie John son. Annie Southciland. defendant Ao. 22333 Now. on this 2sth dny of August 1897 comes plaintiff by Its attorney, and, it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk in -rsontloa that the defendants William Oldham. Annie Johnson anil Annie Southerland, are non Jesidcnts of this state, or hae conceakd themselves o that the ordinary process of Inw cannot lie served upon them, and cannot he served In this action It is or dered b tlie clerk in vacation that publi cation be made notifsing said defendants that an action lias been commenced rigalnst them by petition In Uie circuit ourt of Jnckuon count j. in the stale of Missouri at Kins is City, which said ac tion is for the purpose of enforcing the Jlen lor state and county taxes due and delinquent against the...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1897- LEGAL NOTICES. IX the circuit court of Jackson county. at Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. W. McCurdy. collector, plaintiff, vs. Lewis K. Fix. Otto ,E. "Web ber, F. Clifford and James E. Gregg, de fendants. Xo. 2G335. Now. on this 2Sth day of August, 1587, comes plaintiff by Its attorney, and it appearing to the sat isfaction of the clerk In vacation that the defendants, Lewis It. Fix, Otto E. "Webber. F. Clifford and James E. Gregg, are non residents of this state, or have concealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and cannot be served in this action, it is or dered by the clerk in vacation that publica tnn be madt notifying said defendants tl.at an action has been commenced against 1'iFra.iby petition in the circuit court of .1 -kon county, in the state of Missouri, a. Kansas City, which said action is 'for tue purpose of enforcing the Hen for state .ir.d county taxes d...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1897. I.EGIL SOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson countv. at Kansas Citj, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. W. McCurdj-. collector, plaintiff. vs. Jeff L. Kins. William Klap inezer and FaMlne Bart, defendants. No. 36513. Now. on this 2Sth day of August. 3897, corr.es plaintiff bj Us attorney, and It appcarbng to the satisfaction of the clerk in v juration that the defendant. Jeff L. Kliny, William Klapmezer and Faldlne Bart, ire on-reldents of this state, or hav e con cealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, htid cannot Ve served in this action, it is ordenl by the clerk in vacation that pub lication be made notlfjing said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by pttition in the circuit court of Jackvon count. In the state of Missouri, nt Kansas C'ltj. which said action Is for tho purpose of nforcing the Hen for state and county taxes due and delinquent against 100 4-...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 September 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1897. Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Seventh mnd Wyandotte Streets, ICASSAS C1TX, MO. CAPITAL - 31.S50.000 Surplus and Undivided Profit!, $1,250,000. 1 Nassau street, New York. 400 Chestnut "street. Philadelphia. Pa. 149 Washington -street, Boston, Mass. Sandthorquia 2, Hamburg. Germany. Singel 22S, Amsterdam. Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C, En eland. Dorotheen-Strasse 54, Berlin, Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre. Parts. France. Arthur E. StHwell. President. Vice Presi dents: lt, J. McD. Trimble: 2d, E. L. Martin; 3d, AW S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary; V. S. Taj lor. Treasurer: Trunk B. Wilcox. Ass't Treasurer: J. J. Cairnes, As't Secretary: E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braloy. General Attornes. C. D. FRENCH, President. Est. 1876. W. T. Dillon, Vice Prest. and Secy. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MKU HAMS. Grain, ProIsions and Stocks. Private wire to Chicago, St. Lo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 September 1897

-. IK'!S3.X-sMr- THE KANSAS CITY J0U11KAL TUESDAY, SELTEMBJKR 7, 1897. 11 WASTED-MALI; HELP. WANTED An idea. Who can think of Rome simple thins to patent? Protect jour ideas; the ma bring jou wealth. AArito John AVedderburn A- Co. Dept. E 2. p it em attvs. Avashington. D C, for their J1.800 prize offer and new list of 1,000 in dentions wanted WANTED First-class newspaper solicit or. Good a and stead job. Address, S 0, Journal ollics WASTED-: jou.ig men, $10 per week, newt, agents ! Act r.th st.. room 3. FOB SALE-UEAL ESTATE., I OWN ome rtee vacant property near Troost park. whlh I will ell at bottom prices, or I will Julia a house to suit you on 25 ft. to 100 ft. of same and sell house and ground way downlow. If ou want a mod erate priced hom in a nice locality, at a low price, I belle, e I can interest jou if ou will call and see me. GEO. CARMAN. Architect, ) 309 Hall bldg. $1.25 PER FOOT. WANTED A blacksmith, jnefcrred. 219 James st. biiisjlo man WANTED KCliaC HELP. WANTED Lad cam...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 September 1897

avf.faj.vaTfcw vKifivw, "! 1 iW tt-.Mgi a EX-V'J'Ha. ya-JMy Vjpffc ',-nin: cfi.- i Wyiivip-, Kfrpr-' n-u-s - 12 THEKANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1897. i -& mi-. SPLENDID SHOWING. LABOR. HAS AX IMPOSING PARADE AXD MOXSTER PICXIC. THOUSANDS WERE IN LINE. GOV. LEEDY, JERRY SIMPSOX AXD OTHERS ARE HEARD. Tcaterday'a Demonstration Wan Con- flnpd Exclnnlvclj- to Organized. Labor and AVai Impreaaive and InnpIrlnK The Bis Picnic. The skilled workmen of the two Kansas Cilys participated in the great Labor day parado yesterday. It was the best showing of the union labor forces in the history of the city. Only union labor men marched in the splendid parade. They were well dressed, prosperous looking men. They carried the stars and stripes in each di vision, and the colors of the national ban ner were mingled with those of almost every union in the eight divisions. The true dignity of labor was never before shown so strikingly in a parade in Kansas City. The union men of the two ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 September 1897

kt fell m Cittt VOLUME XL. NO.' 90. fnwrttal WEDNESDAY, KANSAS CITY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1897.-SIXTEEN PAGES. WEDNESDAY. REDS HARD AT WORK over 200,000 avircitists ix Tirn .. L'.MTKII STATES. Dt ?' IVE'S INVESTIGATIONS. 5.5 tf. 5 I. S. " S WS SOME SECTIONS ARE S 1EDS OF AXARCHY. O 5 Twent; c Thousand Armed An archists. In Colorado Alone Mr. Bant Says TJer Are Pre paring for n. Great Revolution. u than 200,000 anarchists the United States to-day." said I. S. urst, local manager of Thiel's Detective tervice Company, yesterday. "All of them lare armed with the latest Improved rifles, (principally 'Winchesters, and about 500 rounds of ammunition each. In the state of Colorado and territory of New Mexico alone I there are 23,000 armed anarchists. Raton, f N. II., is a hotbed of anarchy. There have 'been ISO "Winchester rifles shipped there. within the past nine months. There are many anarchists in Leadvllle and In Den- er. and in Salt Lake. U. "The anarchists who are conducting these orders wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897, i .? 11 i - u It ?.! w s en Bo. tn off pa III , Ul n VICTORY FOR DOLM. DELEGA1 CblO STRIKE CO. I EXTIO.N GO L.MSTHLCTED. FREE TO SETTLE THE STRIKE. great coweviion II KM! IX TITTS IIl'KU llICUDAV. MrunR Feeling: 1" Fill or of "No Com promise, but Presldenf Dolun's "llllilomucy unit "Ulouucncc Won IMiUliurgr Miners May Secede. Pittsburg. Pa.. Sept 7. The contention of miners to-day to .elect-delegates to the Columbus contention to-morrow was one of the "largest ever held, and probably has not baeri1 before equaled in excitement and importance. The, future of thousands of miners, their wives and children depend ed on the action of tho gathering. Although the rank and hie of the delegates seemed imbued with the Idea that the operators were ready to throw up their hands and pay the GD-cent rate demanded by the strikers. President Patrick Dolan, by ex cellent diplomacy, tact and perseverance, Kept them so well within bounds that the ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUByAL, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. deis an; m Tlie Branch OOlce ot THE JOURNAL as removed to Room E, United bide, nhcrc nil advertisements nnd Items cf news ttIH receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to delivery of the paper will be speedily reme died If notice Is clven. Tel. West S3. SEND YOUR UNEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Corner Fifth street and Stale avenue. No de structive machinery used. TeL West 83. rCCICV In.titntB oramouth Bide.. lllli iiianiuic VCCLCI IMSI'IUIK Kansas Cltv. kj. R The only place in Kansas where the II Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions ere administered. Address as above. MANY IN .DISTRESS. XEARLY EIGHTY FAMILIES SUFFER IXG FROJI 1IUXCBR. .RELIEF COMMITTEE APPOINTED. I PUBLIC MASS MEETING TO BE HELD TO RAISE FKXDS. .West Hottoms Fire Cnoscs Much Dis tress City Council Decides to Add Two More Fire Com panies, in Third nnd Fifth Wards. Police Matron Mrs. Fannie Sallade ap peared before the may...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. &U JCansa Ifi $mw&. EabIIlicd 1S54. CHE JOCItXAL COMPANY, Pnull-lier. Rtclto Building. Ninth and Grand Avenue. inscription Kntci By carrier. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; i5 cents per month. , By mall. Dally nnd Sunday, one month. 0 cents: three months. Jl: six months, -. single copies. cents, Dally: 5 cents Sun day TlieWeeUr Journal and ACTlcoltnrIt Published Thursdays. 50 cents per year. Telephone. Business Office. I50i :Edl torlal Rooms. S12; Kansas City. Kay.. W. - Foreign Advertllnci The J. E. Van Dcren Special Agency, with offices 1520 Ma Eonlo Temple. Chicago, and 21-32 Tribune Building. New York, sole agent for foreign advertising. . Entered at the Postoffice at Kansas City, MUsourl. us second class mall matter. Weather Forecast for Wednesday. Washington. Sept. 7.-For Oklahoma, and Indian Territory: Generally fair: east to southeast winds. For Missouri and Kansas: Generally fair; continued high temperature...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. it u ft! "2 I3 n I 1 1 u u J WERE EVENLY MATCHED. SOCXC GRIFFO AXD CIUULEI' m'ichever fight a nn.vAV. aiuny of Those Prcaent Ilellered (he I.iiHct Mioulil Have Ilccn Given the Decinlou Wan a Fif teen Itnuiul Go. Philadelphia, Sept. 7. "Young Griffo ' of WlUhtralm. and Charley McKeever, of this city, m-t at tlio Olympic club at Athens, I'n., to-nlghl in a liftecn round content, which was decided a draw, although -a ma jority of the L'.fiOO spectators believed Mc Keever had a sliado the best of tho contest. For the first seven rounds Griffo put up an excellent fight and showed his old time Jorm. McKeever was slow throughout these rcunds, but In the eighth be began to loos en up and In the last live rounds laid all over the Antipodean. Especially in the lourteenth did the local man show up well. He hit Griffo where and when he pleased, fcnd in the final round Griffo seemed very tired and kept away from McKeever. In the first round ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. P DOES GOLD GROW? Some neniarUnble Facts Connected With the rreclons Metnl as Recently Discovered. Gold differs in Its physical characteris tics from every other metal. It is abso lutely unoxidizable. and is therefore un changed by exposure for ages to the at mosphere. It Is almost the only element which is found in nature in the metallic form. Iron, for exjmple. is always com bined with oxjgen or other gaseous ele ments forming oxide or earths or ores. Platinum and some" of the v ery rare metals rccmble sold in these qualities, and cop per md silver are also sometimes found In the metallic state, owing to local geo lopic.il causes. The gold prospector re quires simply a hammer to break the stone:, a tin pan and a supply of water and "grub" Bj a dexterous rotating and Miaking moement he washes away the light r particles of earth In his pan and fvgarale the gold grains or dust. Nothing could be simpler than this; and we hae read ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. tCS 1 ! .' legal :otici:s. IN the circuit court o Jackson count! nt Kansas Citv-. Missouri. Stare of Mis souri ex rel Ellhu A. Hayes collector, plaintiff, vs. William Oldham, Annie John ton. Annie Southerland, defendants. No. 22333. Now. on this 2Sth day of August, 1897, comes plaintiff by its attorney, and, it appearing to the satisfaction of tho clerk in vacation, that the defendants, "William Oldham, Annie Johnson and Annie Southerland, are non letidents of this state, or have concealed thenibeHes fo that the ordinary process of law canrot be served upon them, and cannot be Fervcd in this action, it is or dered bj the clerk in acation that publi cation be made notlfjlng said defendants that an anion has been commenced against them by petition in the circuit court of Jackson county, in the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said ac tion is for the purpose of enforcing the lien for Etate and county taxes due and delinquen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 September 1897

8 THE KANSAS CITY JOUEJSTAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1897. AGAINST NEEDLESS EXPENSE GR.V.D JUnY CACTIOVED TO BE A DIT ECO03IICAI Enoneh Krldence to Secure a scroll able Conviction Mionld Be coc ry for Indictment The Jnry Beclna "Work. The September smnd jury was sworn and charged by Judge "WoITord. of the crim inal court, jesterday morning and began the consideration of something like rs cases awaiting investigation. The charge -. jj1 by Judge wonora was .1 try uiuu une. consisting or merely reaaing me oain ami the law relating to grand juries. No spe cial charge was git en, and nothing was said specifically about gambling of any Lind. Tho law permits a gteat deal of lat itude on the part of the grand jury, which Is authorized to inestlgate infractions of the law of any character. Judge AVofford cautioned the jury to be economical in spending the people's money and advised it to have plenty of evidence, enough to insure a. probable conviction, before returning an an indictment. Henr...

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