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

"J1li&a.5J.Tyffw KjySH- 2- K, ji. "r-aCrjii-ie;- MMm - T,vsMAAiw. J uc ! -- .-. - fr-. 5T f . fee fern itf Jimrirol VOLUME XL. NO. 97. WEDNESDAY. KANSAS CITY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. TWELVE PAGES. WEDNESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. BRIDGES FOR JAPAN. PLANS FOR EIGHT GREAT STRUCT URES COMPLETED IX THIS CITV. EVERYTHING TO BE AMERICAN. BRIDGES WILL ALSO RE BUILT BV A AN WORKMEN. a. -.e Jlr- J. A. Wd vddell Una Completed All the.ij;C for the Bridges on $ the Gfe iipon HuIIa The i to Be Coni- d Soon. C. Plans for the biff railroad bridges that aro to be J on the line of the Nippon railway of Japan have been com pleted and are now In the offlco of J. A. L. Waddell, of this city, under whoso direc tion the structures ore to be built. They arc of the cantilever style and six of Ihem will be built without the aid of false work. They aro of peculiar style and appearance, owing to the engineering difficulties that had to be surmounted and the advantages that were desired in the structures. They are ...

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. — 15 September 1897

- -n- . rt""v 'I? I Si, 1 i U 2 THE TLOTSAS CITY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. - ill T - r ASDY P. FOLEY CROSSES OYER THE "O.M.T A. IV DIED AP SISTERS HOSPITAL YESTERDAY, Remnrkablc Cnrccr of a Mun Who Landed In Ivnnxas City ni a Trnmp An Original Character. Andy Foley, "the only A. P.." died at 30:20 yesterday morning at the Sisters' hospital on Penn street. He was per fectly conscious during the- last two hours o his life. After weeks' of buffering, dur ing which his friends ha beeii,ummoned to his bedside many-times to be present at lils death, his condition seemed to improve a little last Saturday. At C o'cldck Monday evening a change for the worse was noticed. The sick man became unconscious and when he was revived about an hour Afterwards lie had Iot the power of speech. W. J. Powers, his former partner In the sa!oon business, t-at up with him Monday night, ' leaving him .yesterday morning about 7 o'clock. He was then asleep. "When death came only the hospital attend...

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. — 15 September 1897

UJW -ftfc- -- THE KANSAS CTTY JOTJftN"AL.FWEDKESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. 3 STEPHENS' LATEST BREAK. IS TO AI'FOI.NT HIS BROTHEIt-IX-LAAV COAL OIL INSPECTOR. Entire Democracy In This 3fcclc of the "Wood to He Hntlilenl- Tnrned Down There Ik "Walling nnd Gnaxhink of Teeth. t Leading Democrats of the city were in formed quietly yesterday morning' that Goverr.or Lon Stephens would on Saturday appoint Thomas Russell coal-oil inspector at Kansas City to succeed Fred "V. Flem ing. Mr. Russell is a. half brother of Gov ernor Stepluns' wife. It will be but one more Instance of nepotism, something against which the sharpest barbs of the Democratic party have time after time been leveled. The tip that the governor had finally had a conclusion given him by the family came to the city, so It Is stated. In polite notes to some of the other leading candi dates for the position. The governor Elm ply stated to each one that he had found It Impossible to appoint him as he had de cided to name Mr. Russ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 September 1897

R f4i .'CTwVi - j"v,. v ws:--ni" THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. S&t Kansas immal. EstabUslietl 1854. THE JOURNAL COMPACT, Pnultshcr. Rlalto Building, Ninth' and Grand Avenue. Subscription Ratesi By carrier. Dally and'Sunday, 10 cents per -week; 45 cents par month. By mail, Daily and Sunday, one month, 40 cents; three months, $1; six months, $2; one year, $4. r Single copies, 2 cents. Daily; S cents Sunday. The "Weekly Journal and Asrlcultnrint Published Thursdays; .cents per year. Telephone i Business Office. 230; Edi torial Rooms, H2; Kansas CIt jr." Kas., TV. 23. t " i f .' Foreign Ailyer Using: Thef'J. jE. 'Van Doren Special Agency, -with o:fllcc$20 Ma sonic Temple, Chicago, and 131-32 Tribune Building, New York, sole agent1 for foreign advertising. Entered at the Postofflce, at Kansas. City, Missouri, as second class mall matter. U fe ! ft n "Weather Forecast for -Wednesday. Washington, Sept. 14. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Local showers; sout...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 September 1897

V H THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. - i ! t LEGAL NOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson countv nt Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. W. McCurdy. collector, plaintiff, vs. Elizabeth Coshill, Marcellus Gilham. Thomas Todd. Thomas W. Cald well, Charles W. Caldwell. Ann E. Cald well. George E. Caldwell, Mary J. Caldwell, Joseph B. Caldwell. James S. Caldwell. Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C. Caldwell, deceased, defendants. No. 25347. Now. on this day. August 28, 1897, comes plain tiff by its attorney, and it appearing to tho satisfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendants, Elizabeth Coshill. Marcellus Gilham, Thomas Todd. Thomas W. Caldwell, Ann E. Caldwell, Georgo E. Caldwell, Mary J. Caldwell, Joseph B. Caldwell, James Caldwell, Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C Caldwell, deceased, are r.on-resldents of this state, or have con cealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them and cannot be served in thi...

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. — 15 September 1897

'Si A T -.,; - V Trw WW& THE KANSAS 'dTY JOURNAL," WED1S!ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. n ? j legal koticcs. IN the circuit court or Jackson county. lit Kaunas City, Mlssouti. State of JIlv souri ex rel J. W. McCurdy, collector, plaintiff, vs. Lewis It. Fix, Otto E. Web ber. F. Clifford and James E. Gregg, de fendants. No. 26533. Now, on this 2Sth Jaj o August, IV)", comc3 plaintiff by Its attorney, and it appearing to the sat isfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendant!!, Lewis II. Fix, Otto E. "Webber, F. Clifford and James E. Gregg, arc non residents of this state, or have concealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot he served upon them, and cannot be served In this nction, it i or dered by the clerk in vacation that publica tion be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by petition in the clicuit court of Jackson county, In the state or Missouri, nt Kansas City, which said action 1 for the purpose of enforcing t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 September 1897

5!aj THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. LEGAL XOT1CHS. IN the circuit court of Jackson county, at Kansas City, Missouri. State pf Mis souri ex rel J. W. McCurdy. collector, plaintiff, is. Jeff L. .King. "William Klap mezer and Faldlne Bart, defendants. No. 26518. Now, on this 28th day of August, 1897, comes plaintiff by its attorney, and It appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendants. Jeff L. Kins; William Klapmezer and Faldine Bart, re non-residents of this state, or have eon rcaled themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and cannot be served In this action. It Is ordered by the clerk In vacation that pub lication be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by petition In the circuit court or Jackson county. In the state of Missouri. at Kansas City, which said action is for the purpose of enforcing the Hen for state and county taxes due and delinquent (gainst ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 September 1897

l3eteafc:.ii ms, --W-i 8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. LHCU, NOTICES. IN the circuit court ol Jackson county. et Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. "W. .McCurdy, collector, plaintiff, vs. James N: Richardson, defend ant. No. 26626. Now, on this 2Sth day of August. 1S37, 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 be made noti fying; said defendant that an action has been commenced against him by petition in the circuit court of Jackson county. In the Mate 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. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. LEGAL NOTICES. ORDER Theo. S. OP Cose, PUBLICATION-Before justice, or the LEGAL NOTICES. con countv. in the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said action is tor the I v peace in and for Kaw tow nshlp, Jackson I purpose of enforcing the Hen for state and countr. Missouri, at Kansas citv- E. C. i county taxes due and delinquent against Whlttemore, plaintiff, vs. Albert J. Wick- I lot 13. Catherine Purdon's addition to West- ham and Wickham, his wife; J. B. irancis. VAii'iam Frey, the First National bank, of Sslina, Kansas; a corporation; the Farmeis National bank, of Sallna, Jvansas. a corporation: W. N. Ewlng and J. M. Coburn et al. defendants. No. 1875. Now, on this day comes the plaint iff by his attorney, and it ap pearing to the court from the affidavit for the plaintiff filed herein to the satisfaction 31 4Se, ? ourt that the defendants. Albert J. Wickham. and Wickham, his wife; J. B. Francis, William Frey. the .Firs...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 September 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. i-J'flM -s35a " Missourl,Kansas &TexasTrustCo. Seventh and Htandolte Streets, JCA.1SAS CITY, MO. O.A.PMI'A.tli - S1.S50.000 Surplus and Undivided Proms, $1,250,000. 1 Nassau tired. New York. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. . 143 Washington street, Boston, Mass. Sandthorquta 2. Hamburg, Germany. Slngel 25, Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C, En eland. Dorothecn-Strasse 54, Berlin. Germany. 3D Hue du Louvre.' Paris, France. Arthur E. Stilwell. President. "Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2d, E. L. Martin: 3d. AV. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: W. S. Taylor, Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox, Ass't Treasurer; J. J. Calrncs, Ass't Secretary; E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary Trimble & Bralcy, General Attorneys. C. D. FRENCH, President. . - Es,t 1876. IV. T. Dillon. Vice Prest 'and Secy11 French Bros. Commission Co., C03I3IISSJOX MKKCITASTS. Grain, Provisions and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 September 1897

'I .t f I f THE KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL, WEDNESDlYEPTEMISElTlo, 1897. WANTED MALIJ HELP. WANTED An Idea. Who can think of Fome simple thine to patent? Protect your Ideas; they may bring you wealth. Write John Wedderburn & Co., Dept E. 2, pat ent attys.. Washington. D. C, for their 11,800 prize offer and new list of 1,000 in ventions -wanted. "WANTED 2 young men; $10 per week; news agents. 3 West 5th St., room 9. WANTED FEMALE HELP. VNTEDSwo9imKeworkaTlHoi Main St.; one that stays home nights pre ferred. JAMES COLLINS. WANTED A white girl for nurse. Ap ply with reference, 1122 Central street. SITUATION' WANTED MALE. WANTED By young married man. posi tion of responsibility with some linancial institution: thoroughly familiar with for eign exchange; 20 years New York experi ence. Address R 212, Journal office. emi"i.oment agencies. 'aadianesiplgymntofficeT nnd furnished rooms. 104 East 12th St., cor. Walnut. Tel. 1179. The best place in JZ. C, Mo., to find help or situations, male or f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 September 1897

y " w& 12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL;, WEftNESDAX SEPTEMBER 15, 1897. " ' ?P ' xz&x. " , i i. GIYES STRENGTH TO MEN. FREE TO ALL AVMO ARE WEAK AXD 1VCK5. A 'METHOD TO CL'nEIAKD INCREASE THE POWEB. , .. It Is a remarkable fact that a man never appreciates the sufferings of others until he himself has passed through the fire of pain or remorse. Then It Is that he looks around for those who are suffering; he wants them to profit by his experience: he ives his time and money gladly for the HraLBHk jPff&L benefit of others and never tires of his seal. There are plenty of men weak and orn out, struggling with remorse and fear, the natural outcome of habits that brought Incapacity; a sense of Ionesome nehs and a feeling a3 if the best side of life had been banished forever. Si"-h men should write to Thomas Slater, box K4, Kalamazoo, Mich. He will send tree by mail, in a plain, Ecaled envelope full par ticulars about the method he used, and this will rnable any man to get a complet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 September 1897

I t -- rf w ws-r' v foe fCan. VOLUME XL. NO. OS. HERE, IS. 1 GENIUS. ,0,5 KASSAS CIT 05 ' OF 14 rLAXS A PROF. GREE C' D INDORSES IT 3 rurnJiME- I -. ' fc m U jmmtal LIMV'OOO set CHAM 'U'ERT. ' V"- V n.n.iTo VrMr.il Cannot Learn Lcani, bat When It Conies to Incentive Genius He Shows nt tbo Front. ' ' His Four 1 British 'AURSDAY. KANSAS CITY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1897. SIXTEEN PAGES. THURSDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. TOT In his visits to the -ward schools yester day morning Superintendent Greenwood discovered an interesting pupil in the third grade of the Llnwood school. Yvhen ho entered the room he noticed a hoy much larger than any of the rest cramped into one of the small scats. It was aooui time for recess and the superintendent waited to talk to the boy when the room was dismissed. From the teacher lie learned the boys name was Orcella McMeen, that he was 14 years old and had been in scuuui .-. years. The teacner explained that tho lad -was rather back ward about learning i.nns. but that oth e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 September 1897

THE ILvSAS" CITY jdlJENAlJ: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1897.' i HIE MEN LYKCHED. stitlmj lp iiv ax i."diaa mob for robbery. AN OUTRAGED POPULACE RISES. determi.ves to tit ax kxij to .... LAWLIVbE.sS. tlculars of the' lamentable occurrence' be yond the information conveyed by press dispatches. The outbreak was wholly un expected and I had not the slightpstilnti motion of the impending lawlessness.-! "As soon as I learned of the occurrence. Isim-r mediately wired the authorities of-.Rlp'.W county to proceed at once, and vigorously v " "ic ui.ciiuufl iu JUJXJ&1. i mv,"H- -i- Thrce of the Victims Slain In J:iil and llmiKcil "With the Oilier Two to the Ijimli of a Tr.cc Others Mny He TrealeUiu. Like Miiimcr. '";""- Versailles, Tnd., Sept. 13. This has been the most exciting day in the history of this city. The bodies of live men who had been lynched during last night were found hang ins to the same tree near the jail this morning. This caused such a sensation in the city that it readily ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 September 1897

THE GMT "I AM." AIDEHMAN SIMOXDS IGNORES COSTITCEXTS. HIS HE ADDS INSULT AS WELL SAYS IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT THE MAJORITY WANTS. Refutes 1o Heed a Petition From 2,250 Out of 2,770 Voter In Hii Ward and ay Tier Don't Know What They -Want-Other Vleivs. While Alderman Simonds, of the Seventh ward, did not coin the phrase, "public office is a private snap," It has remained for him to give a glaring exhibition of the senti ment embodied in tho saying. Alderman Simonds, above his own signature, has de clared that the created in office Is greater than the creators. In other -words, it is Colonel Simonds' theory that a public of ficial is so superior to his constituency that he is in no way bound to respect the wishes of an overwhelming majority of those who placed him in office. Colonel Simonds declares that he will not vote for North Terrace park, in spite of the fact that a monster petition containing the signatures of 2,250 voters of the Sev enth ward an overwhelming majority of his con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 September 1897

THE KANSAS C1TYT JOURNAL. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1897. I ifc HCansa? dilg Jfxmmal. Entabllslied 1S34. THE JOUIIXAL COMPAXY, FnbHuher. Klalto Building. Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription Itntex By carrier. Daily and Sunday, 10 cents per week: 45 cents p;r month. By mail. Dally and Sunday, one month, 40 cents; three months. $1; sis months, $2; one year, Jl. Single copies, 2 cents. Dally: 5 cents Sun day . The Weekly Journal and Agriculturist Published Thursdays. DO cents per year. Telephones: Business Office, 558; Edi torial Rooms. S12; Kansas City. Kas.. AV . - Foreign Ailvcrtlnlnjr: The J. E. Van Doren Special Agency, -with offices 1220 Ma tonic Temple. Chicago, and 31-53 Trlbuno Building. New York, sole agent for foreign advertising. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Missouri, as second class mail matter. "Weather Forecant for Thursday. Washington. Sept 15. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory Showers; south winds, shifting to north, and cooler Thursday aft ernoon. For Miss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 September 1897

K. , fSl tfHE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1897. CRMSHOTSATWASHINGTON SECOND DAY OF THE SCIIMELZER ARMS TOinXAMEXT. lV JCnfililslicd Events of Tuesday Shot OS Yesterday, but All the Events of Ycfcterday Not Com pletedThe Scores, The second day of the Schmelzer Arms Ehooting tournament drew a larger crowd to Washington park yesterday than on the preceding day. The rainstorm of the night before had a fine effect upon the atmos phere, and the weather conditions were much more dej-irable than on the opening day of the tournament. The first tiling on tho programme was the shoot off ot the events that were unfinished on the preced ing riav Tho rxsiilti wprp ns follows: Event 3 Winners: Blackwcll, Jirst; Red mond, secoiid; Reust, third; Gregory, iourth: Simms. fifth. Event 4 Winners: Gottlieb, first; Bullock. fecond; Wright, third; Croweater, fourth; Celly. fifth. , Event 6 Winners: Herman, first: Bul lock, second: Sweet, third; Hickman, fourth; Simms. fifth. , Event 9 Stil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 September 1897

V xflE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THUKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1897. KANSAS Clfl. KB. Tlie Branch Office of THE JOURNAL has removed to Room E, Hasted bide, where all advertisement and Items of news ttIII recelTe prompt atten tion. Any complaint an to delivery of the paper will he speedily' reme died If notice Is KlTen. Tel. iyestZS. LOST. Near the corner of Third Street and Ann AVenu'e bill book containing Jour nal subscription bills. Finder pleasereturn to Journal Branch Office, Husted building-, and get reward. SEND YOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Corner Fifth street and State avenue. No de itnictlTe machinery used. Tel West 83. KEELEY Institute Kuc&.Bi&: The only place in Kansas -where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. GAMBLING IS OPEN. GOVERNOR LEEDY'S OFFICIAL GAXS HAKE A DISCOVERY. OR- GAMES FLOURISH ELSEWHERE. KANSAS STATUTES EVIDENTLY KOTl MADE TO BE ENFORCED. " Uls Excellency Comes to Town a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 September 1897

- t THIT KANSAS CITY JOURNAL-, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1897. Sir ; LEGAL XOTICES. IN tlie circuit court nf .Tnpltonn fnnntv nt Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. W. McCurdy. collector, plaintiff, vs. Jeff L. Kins. William Klap mzer and Faldine Bart, defendants. No. 26518. Now, on this 2Sth day of August IsSi. comes plaintiff by its attornev. and it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk In vacation that the defendants. Jeff L. King, William Klapmezor and Faldine Bart, ere uon-residents of thlB state, or have con cealed themselves so that tho ordinary process of law cannot he served upon them, ami cannot be served in this action, it is ordered by the clerk In vacation that pub lication be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by petition in the circuit court of Jackson county. In tho stato of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said action Is for the- purpose of enforcing tho lien for stato nnd county taxes due and delinquent n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 September 1897

.jr . s y - sf-- jr has' "S? iS C ' 4JJiffPf KANSAS, GUT JQTJRNAIi. THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 16, 1897. CASE im-'BE TRIED HERE. "CODDAIUTS MOTIOX FOR CHANGE OF VEXUB OVKRRTJLED. 'Will Be Tried Kext oMnday for the Harder of Fred J, Jackson Mrs. Jackson Hot Present at the J Hcnrlnc Yesterday. ' Awarded niffnesc nonorswonarTiv Gold Medal, MMwlnUrFJr.. if jpitv r rv Tty- x-v(-rT. 'tso -tin i&& i IS? t a f IV Dr J. D. Goddard -will be triedIn Jackson county lor the murder ofcTredtX Jackson and 'hlslrial -will begin next Monday morn 1ng"ln'the criminal court. Judge Wofford yesterday Overruled Goddard's application for a. change of venue made on the gfpuntf -that there was such a prejudice against him In this county that -he could not get a. fair trial. As soon as the hearing of the evidence "was concluded Judge TVofford an nounced sharply that.the motion was over ruled , "But; your "honor." interposed Judge Glf ford, one of Goddard's attorneys, "we want to argue the case." "The court's ...

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