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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

fCatww (ffitji 1 atfo Umnml. r. For 40 Years The People's Friend. The Joiirnnt Lends fn Circulation. VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 21!). SATURDAY. KANSAS CITY, KEHUUARY 1(5, IS!).). TNN I'AfSKS. SATrUDAY. JM.K'K KIVK CENTS. ft 1. GERMANY FOR SILVER I.MrOHTANT ltlXlt.LTION INTItODt'Cl'll in 1 111: lihieiiHTAo. TO CALL A MONETARY CONGRESS tiii: on.tr.CT to hi:iiiiii.it.ti: tiii: ..iiiti' .mi:t.i.. Count Mlrlinrh. vhn rrcscnlcil Ihn Itrsn- lullnn, Declares (lernuiuy Must Tnko Hip Initiative Count Herbert JtUiniirrk on tho (Juration. Berlin, I'eb. 15 Count Von Mlrlnch, Gor man Consetvatlve, Introduced a resolution In the relchstng to-ilny Inatitietlng the federal government", of Germany to Issue invitations for nn International mottetnrv congress, to take measures to bring about the rehabilitation of silver nn n circulating mcillum. Mlrbtch said that the moment boil now nrrlved for Germany to take the Initiative In settling this question, which Is of great Importance, lll-metalllsm would cause the...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

Til IS KANSAS (JIT JOURNAL, SATUIUJAI', UA1,1' IM, 180.3. NEWS OF THE DAY, Tim AvnAinnu. The nfllcliil fore-cTest foi In .lay l. Tor Missouri, fnlr, stationary tfmpe-riiliiro; for Kansas, fnlr, wanner In the west portion. Tim hUhcst tcmpernturc ctei la) vvnie 2? Ate., nti'l the lowest II ilep Tln we-nthcr vrsterdity wn fnlr mill mild ever) w here. No Millions reported ero weather North mi and Central Texas rtperittice-d tlip roMest wenlher latu night nt S ti'i-lock. Following Is tho twotil of lam nichl's ob-t-crvnllons: Iter Tern New Orleans i mM 31 tlnhcMoti SiM 21 f'lncHiwill i. m $11) 2S Phlcngn 301 x HI I'nill rtif.1 12 HpiltlRlletd U,.; Jo ,'nneortlln sow an llo.lcn city S)W i; tlsmnrok . SMI 10 ilPlPtin i 30 ni c heyehtio i. .;.,............ 8n M i, l--nver .. ......,.,..,,.,...,, soso is uidum ,..,, ...,..:. n ft l,mil m;,i s Kntisn-i city iSOOO a I'ltv iiiiiiiiiir) Plttli Mrfet will he paved with grhnltr. The slock yard InvesllRallon will end thin afternoon. Thr county court...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

THE KANSAS CITY J0U1.NAL. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16, 180o. IN ABJECT TERROR. 1'int.t.ti ma in in nous 10 tiii: o.i,. i.uus l'tXAiit.Mi nm mhhcv. LED BLINDFOLDED TO THE TRAP, scrriiRTKo iiv oitickhs wntt.i. tiii: lli:.TII WAHHA.NT IS lir.AU. That llnrilenril lnillrTorcncn Which At" tended Hint Through So Many Month nf t'tircrtntnty nn- lhc In ii MrIiI TIip llltl rainless. rhllllp Mnrtln'a capital orfeno ngalmt the pence mill dlgnlts of tho Mate was ex piated Jestcrday morning, nt H.15 o'clock, on tho gallows In tho wet wing of tho county Jail building. About Sflrt people faw tho condemned murderer of i:il Bt II tvcll co through tho faint trap, Iti met death ttlth scicnins for mercy as ho was half carried down tho steps fiom hi' cell nnd when he tins pushed upon tho scaffold, Ho passed out upon the Moor of tho death dealing machine tilth a deputy sustaining liltn on each side, and with his o)ei blind folded at his own request, for lie paid he dared not look upon the lilnck beam, and dangli...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

- "nwwiinm runxr fjjgafmwimiiKwiS TllK KANSAS 01TY JOURNAL. SATURDAY. FEBMiAUY 10. 189,). KANSAS flTY ,101'UNAL Tlio Journal Company Lstnbllelied 1VM. Hntcrrd nt the Pnstofllro ln,tnnn City, Mo. ns Sieond Clns Mull Matter. Dally mi'l Hiiinlitv, one rnr I" Bn Dally n.i I Hundav, six months 3 "'. Dillv mill Sunday, three montlis !ii Infix mi I Sunday per month C, D.illx without Huiitlnv, one year " TO Km I iv Journal, ntio year 160 Tr-. eklc, one xcar SOT Tr.Xeeklv, six month 160 Weekly J on run 1 niul Agriculturist, olio itut ... .... CO ' SPP.C1AL NOTICH. The subscription price of the Weekly Jnurnnl nml AKrletiltlirlsl hns been re ilii c.l, for tlio present, from 1 to 50 cents n venr. Give poto:llrc address In full, Including County nml mate In ordering addresses changed glvo old n ' Iress as well ns hew. Remittances may he made cither by drift, postnillce order, oxprcss money or der or registered letter, nt our link. Ad dress TIIU JOURNAL COMPANY. Kansas City, Mo. t'OSTAOlI. for Ui...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATC1,.DA' FEBRUARY lfi, lypil .1 FROM THE PULPIT. PA I MAS Cl.t.tittV lOMPOI'Ml MADi: I'm M I.I.I. ! HAS WE ADVISE THE SICK TO TAKE IT, SAY THE CLERGYMEN, 11 r. rin;p.UF.it Kilt tiii: iiamicu miason or mmiimi, AGGRESSIVE CHRISTIANITY IS POSSIBLE WITH HEALTH, raitnr nf All rrls Prrmli II l.'ust and Weill TtACTIOAti work dis tinguishes the pulpit. Doctrinal nermoii' to day nrc nt a discount. Mlnlstets ot the gos pel, ns If by (i well concerted plan, .ire now putting tremen dous enemy Into the -catic of Kood govern- mrnt and public neartn. Aggressive I Christianity seems, to he the pride of every denomination. rint chested, sallow cheeked, weak logged, watery eyed clergymen ore carce; strong, vlgorois, clear headed, manly fellows are entering the seminaries. That a well man Is a liettcr man than a lck one Is no longer heresy. Public baths, fresh nlr excursion, open parks.sunllght, phvslcal training .mil prop er medicine for the sick ar nil contribut ing to tho...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

Msa?KwfVB" hm"'' """i" -n4Mitl.-j V t4mmtij . - wl T rY .! ! ! 1, i J.. 6 THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. SATURDAY, JFtiimtTAIlY 1(5, 189,1 Now, Then, Let's Get Down to Business! Here's a-whole barrel full of Inducements a whole acre of fun. If there Is any merit In price and quality we'll do the business of the town to-day. Every article carries The Hub's guarantee with it and that means actual, evident, indisputable merit. Ladies' Hose! - They are the same Hose that the retail dry goods stoics tell about in great big display types as bargains at it) cents. And they are good value at that pi tee, but we caught a bonanza and pass it along to you. There are only jo dozen of them all sres, full tegular made, and guaranteed absolutely stainless. Only tin ee pair to any one customer. 3 PAIR FOR 25 GENTS COCpl With Each Dollar Pur- CDPPI rKCL! cnase or over. C Cr J o pew j0&& . rf2LCLC?0 W.. . V X&t.t LEI ''a ; r s i.y iiSS " - NET&TCD DINNER PAIL LIKE CUT. Ladies' Hose! JS J fe...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOUl.tfAL SATlfHDAV. 1MHIIUAUY 11. , 1 -HA il case. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. THE GREAT SELLING EFFORT TO-DAY, in Dry Goods, in Shoes, in Millinery, in Ladies' Furnishings, in Notions, in House Furnishings, IN GROCERIES, There will be great big honest values iroing for cash at this store. We're doing business on the new plan BUYING AT HALF JMUOK WHEN WE CAN SELLING AT HALF 1MUCK WHEN WE CAN. CASH, and CASH ONLY, will get bargains. Can you como to-day to the big, long day's Sale? 524, 526 AND 528 MINNESOTA C -r j The Journal office has besen H removed from the Chamber S of Commeroo to the first floor m of the Columbia Building at Sixth street and Minnesota o avenue. ?J77777777T777y7777777T777t Hinch Bros. made Pies, etc. Open un 111 I'.' o'clock encli night. The .short llnlei KIISTAUKAN r. Kvervthlng clean and neat. Home GIS .Minnesota Ave. MORE LAND WANTED bCIIKMi: TO INCKUASE TIIK IinVKJfUU Ol' A .SCHOOL DlVTItlCT. MUST PAY SOME BIG JUDGMENTS ItKAI. EST.YTK AfillNTS KITI...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

Tmr 'W'"iP mTmiiMBSmmKmmmiJumaimriSSXi 8 TTTW TrAVCAQ nTTV Tf-iYmY-v. KATUKDA'Y, FEBIIUAUY 10, 180,?. " awxj.ii.iiu uj.il t v j AXIIJ V JL, DULLNESS IN THE PIT, wniivr opi:.ni;i runt nrr ci.ost:i Mini A i.ost or !!(. Com nml Hits Mere Weill: unit I'lnlsliril t llctiinrs, 1 tii t. I'mtMniis t'lnrd 1'lrm Mllli ii Might Iniprmr- mint III Prlti. icro, Feb. 16.Dul1nes was the timst . .Mil fixture oC I he trade In all the il.vive Markets to-daj In grain, llrm- w s the rule during the forenoon, In of the dullness, but In the afternoon -t, corn and outs were nil rather weak M Ii W i ,bsed at decline ofnc per bushel :ti wheat mil oat And c in '.'Jin. .'.Jilts teversed the order which oh ! in grain by opening weak and do. 1 t I , li.t; iii-ii at a alight Improvement. . !. at nt the opening was confronted by l ems of opposing tendencies. Hu ll nt Northwestern receipts, on the one I. u, i and the pa-lng of the resolution hy lu 1 nuguese government nuihorlxlnB tin.' In p rt.illon of 3.3iw,t..i b...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

riltt KANSAS PITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1(5, 180,7. BUSINESSJERSONALS, c. c. rnArr-riNn Bttona For men, S5 Main Bt. Large Invoice, of Strong & Carroll's shoes Just received. Good goods at reasonable prices, A (1 per cent reduction sale Is now solnr on nt (ho parlors of imtnam A Co , I12-3U New Hldgo building, no suits (or IW and JIO prints for 15. THE YALUE0F CLOYER. rot n Tit iiv dm: mio has had miuh i:.ri:itti,.u:. New- Way of (Iron-lug Crier RlfTcrent .Methods nf Selling Hogs (li nrral llrncllts n I'lilrjlng A iilu- nliln I'gg Lontest Notes. Sjnop?ls of a i. address by Professor Jo seph Carter to tho farmers nnd cltliens of Decatur, 111 , Ja.iuarv 15. .Mr, Carter hns 1.CO0 acres of land under his personnl c-nro and lias made n special study of clover ulid clover farming: .Mr Carter began by taking up the civ III zatlon of IHbvton and Palestine, stating that land whlah was overflowing with milk nnt hene) had been nindo birich and al most uninhabitable. "IIils was lieenns...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 16 February 1895

r fw- 7i ri','&jt.rt . 10 Tin-: kans city journal. sattiiday. rKnnuAKY in, 1.3. MOST EXTRAORDINARY. I IKK t'.M'I'UIKM'i: Mil Ml Kit lll I OKIi ItlM'llltl I II STARTLED DOCTORS AND PEO PLE ALIKE, WII.t. tM-KIII si I'lllMl'l NS tlll'.tll (111 our i hi: i m m it. THE FACTS READ LIKE AN AS TONISHING STORY, Hut livery Miinl I" I rui n I'titi lie llmlly l'niuil. M'cst l'ort, . v. I. went waraardimiry thine lint haniicnetl here, Tito facta nr of Midi it M-irtllnc nnture thnt our people nre not ilon talking nbmtt them yet. We luuo nil hc-nut oC "upllttlnK liaet nclics." A tliouxinel times have we heard people ho Imtl a cor! nervous, nauralRlc or (Ick hriitlaclie exclnlm that their lnatl nclied as tlioiifth It would mill!. Hut here Is a rnso ot mivt terrible hr-nil-mhi, where tlie head did fH fact split that Is, by the nviful severity of thu ills rnic,the honiB of the bend actunlly oiiened. 2vtot of the people hero know about the fncti of thic mot nstnnlililtiR ease, and r-riernl of our ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

1 k" & (fdr' i f V ?! For 40 Years The People's Friend. The Journal ,.. Leads in Circulation. jtltttt ki CUT" VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 2o0. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, lWHRUAltY 17, LSI)."). SIXTKHX I-AUKS. -IMCl'. KIVK PUNTS. SUNDAY. IXHttttttti P. fill S1t1tflf1t m'W vw wxz' 'i'fv & wwjiji -" Aty wa" kw " cr 1 I A STORY SOON TOLD Vrlccs never will be lower on new, choice. increliaitilWo tlinn thoso wo quote below. If you'vo tiny ileslro to save, here's the opportunity. Dress Goods. The prettiest line nf Dress Stuffs that over mine from the looms Is hero fur vour Inopectloii. Handsome new color ings nnd designs and prices so low sou can afford two drewes Instead of one. 6-lnch All Wool Flue Imported Serges In n full line of colors, worth ACkr be. tor rs H-Itich Henriettas In extra line nu.il Ity In nil vhltiten. wortli 1.15, CQ for , ., vC7ls One lot of All Wool Dress (loads In fancy weave?, nsorted shades, re- CQ-. cluced from 7?f nnd We to J CI Muck Surah Silks, worth CV, J)n for , uA...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

'"ssSuf? tw"3--' 'fisswsawsSkr; KSW tfwMwwHW'BiWaiw wA twwfrttei tjwftm'i ftnnnrtw i whewi mm THE KANSAS (MTY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, I'EBKUAltY 17. 1805. NEWS 0rIE DAY, The police pension bill wt.l be sent to tho fenate earl this week Pchnrfer unit Ives will Hay billiards lt this oily netl Saturday night. The city oinclnls are auditing lntrurttons (rem the purchasers of the water woiks bords The annual Imnipiet of the M it np.it tie Chili was given In the Conies Mouse Inst nlchl. The Missouri Valley ttortlctlltural So tlet held n meeting ttertlny In the 111 nllo btilMlhR. I.rgltitn.itt drama, comic opem titnl mln licl will be ihs attractions At the thea ters I hl week. Ilmil Itonne, n Hardener, was kilted is tcrl.iv bj a freight train At Hwond rtn.l H Imi streets. C O Moore, who committed shleldt In st. Louis in l'rlda. worked at Falrtnuunt park lit summer. S n nteen head of entile wert stolen from n firm in n eouniy oh Friday nnd shipped to this elty. The sub-committee of the Kansas legi...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

TUT! KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. FETttlUATlY 17, 180). 8 b REWARD FOR FRAKER. ronTr TiiocflAsn not.r.AKs nrrtntKi) FUK TUB MlSSlNM MAX. HOLDS GOOD FOR SIX MONTHS, INSUttAXCR roMI'ANir.S JOIN IN ISStl. 1M SIX'UI:T ClltCtlLAHH. They Am Wllllnc In l'njr ttio Amount nf tho tJntlgiiiriit to thn Onn ia Slinll 1'rniltirn Him In tlio I li-h. A reward of $10,000 In cold cash ought to bo sulllclcnt to cntiso tho apprehen sion of any man In tho United State, especially when every reputable detec tive aceney hns Its men on the hunt and thousands o nRents In every part of tho country wntch for tho man day by day. That nmotint has been offered for the apprehension of Dr. Georse Krnkor, who disappeared from 1'vcelMor SprlnKs July 10, 1S53, ond Is declared to have been drowned In the Missouri rher tie.ir Camden on that date, Tho companies canyliiK the Insurance on his llfo have combined and offered the reward. It Is said to ho tho larpcst reward ever offered for the discovery and Iden tification o...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

rtMhvmtMmMaaai'inxQS'; nmmmMmtliMitMi w mm memimwm uww KANSAS CITY JO V XAL The Journil Company Vtabllshcl ISM Entered fit in Poslnnlce In Knnsns City, Mo, ns Second Class Mull Matter Dally mil timilny, on year . . ... $7 50 Pally nnl Sunday, six months .. ., 1 o Pally nti 1 Siimlnv, three months .. 1 2 m I'll I aid Sunday per month ,. . ,. ft I ill without Sunday, one yenr C W Ji'iti ln Jmirnnl, mie sear 1 BO TrUWeektv, nun venr .3 00 Tr. ceklj , si, months 1 CO W. rkl Journal an I Agriculturist, 011 Jear w srncr t, notice. The subscription price of the Weekly Journal and Agriculturist has hern to. dm el, for the present, from $1 to 60 cents n enr. Give pnsiorrtrn address In full, Including cc' nty nml ntntr. In ordering addresses changed give old n'lrcss n well as new Remittances mny ho hmde either by nrnfl, pistniileo otiler express nnny nr eier or registered letter, nt our risk. Ad uress Tim JOttRN VI. COMPANV. Kansas City, Mo, POSTAGE. .T?T ,h? '''"nt f ll",e ndlne lnrle eopiei...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

.sa.M'Giutttt1tSscxK.- - m&MU'iiiM. THE KANSAS CITY iOUHNAL. SUNDAY FEBRUAttY 17, 1895. A STORMY DEBATE. FINANCIAL QUESTIONS ItOTl.t IMS. CLSSLt) IN TUB SENATE. HILL DEFENDS CLEVELAND, teller, or colouaho, makes a HITTER AMI SCATIUM1 SPEECH. fienittnr Wolcott Indulges In Severn Per- tonal Criticism of tlio President, nmt Senntnr Lotlgn Also Is Very Pointed In Ills Remarks. Washlnaton, Feb. 16. A storm of financial debate swept the senate to-day, exceeding In intensity any discussion tlio tipper branch of congress has had In many days. It wns brought on by Mr. Hill's advocacy of his resolution defining the policy of the government for bl-metnlllam, and for pay ing Its obligations In the best money In rise. The New York senator spoko with his usual vigor, and was closely followed In his plea for sustaining the national credit by n declaration of policy to the world. But Mr. Hill's speech wns merely the warning note of the storm. He was followed by Mr. Wolcott, of Colorado; Mr. Lod...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

0 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1Q05. MR. TARSNEY EXPLAINS, Ti.t.u why Tin: rt iii.io itim.iitMi LONTlt.ltT IS If I.I.AV l.ll. It l Not for Want n( I ii nil s lint In Ilia Intrrest nf (looil Miilerlils -Mr. Tumii) shoulders Die Illume. nshlngton, Feb 14 -(Hpivitil ) The st?c rc it) of th treniury stated to-day thai ti iij set aside all bids offered or the tri ilon of the lnnn City building e cci i Hint of the DhkcM Cut Stone Com tany, of Kntisns City, which pioposetl to ii-c Llnno, Tex,, "granite, He was wnltlwr t r certain Information about the quarry fiuin which that Is secured before pausing lit i that blil. If the report win such ns tj warrant lint Hie material could lo e i arid thero In quiinllt) and of the same M i illl ns the sample offered by the Id I tin, the contract woul I In nwnrdcl to that bl I In the cm nt the Information Ii favorablo to the lolidlt'nn Imposed b tin n retary. It Is promise I that the eontriu t will be awarded on that bid Very noon If th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

TJ1K KANSAS CITY JOtfltNAI SUNDAY, FEBIlUAftY 17, 180.x AN AFRICAN MONKEY. cohort., tiii: ma ciiiMi'AN.r.r. or MAXCIII.STI.H'S tlltl.AT 7.00, It in n Wonderful Aiilnuit lloiiRlit t'rnm "Nnthr. In .Uriel for n Pin ill Iron Knife ninl Three I"ii rt It I it c A IMstmit llrlnllio of .Mill. Tor a month or more Hie authorities of Uolle. Vue garden, Manchester, hnve been mourning over the demise of Con nil. The latter Is referred tu In tho Manchester press in the most distress ingly Inaccurate manner as a "West African tuonkev,." As an nctttinlntnnco of the deceased I ileplrc to protest po lltc), but llrmly, against nh nt-mevern Hon which Is of n character to make C msiil turn In his grave, were It In his power lo do bo. In every other rospcot the press '-tit' Manchester lias shown a tlcslre to rfiitci Consul on n peslestul that should lio higher than was ever raised In honor of nny other chlinpnnzoa eor seen In this country. Tho claim Is made on hli behalf that Hnlly, late of the Iotnlon ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

T 8 rlim KANSAS OUT JOniNAL. Sl'NDAW KJiMllf WW 17, IBOi. BAD MEN IK CUSTODY. i)i ii crivr.s tvtMi m nwi v i itv di " n niiii itiiinw vmi v. ONE POSITIVELY IDENTIFIED, 110IH vUlltl! Ill: f t V .vltMI'D AMI I'lU'.IMItl I) Kilt 111 l.i. Tlicy Nrro nrirlf1 II' tli Ofltd-M RWtl Onl itiiKht tl 'Hfrtlil l!.'ittl- llirtr lillirtt!l unit Httltt iiiiiitiirumitTiiuunr Two mm uh lufll two til rt'o.uMcr In f 1 t' ' difTrehco In their hHrlitenoiigfi i n to hvo berottm well knofcn lat , t Hue acr!pUon m hold-ups a it man" timl the "lio man" .nested after a brief tru8lo on Vl (Jnt I menu, couth of Twelfth tHet, ul ut 'i 10 O'ctoe last nlfrht by Detect ive Have, of this city, G'nhtll, of KatiM C ij, Kas, ntid I'ollce Captain J'lillllps T!i i wire locki-1 Up nt the Ccijtrat polli e ru jn un the ipeclflo chance of holding tip t hn Mooney In Willlanwon' laundry, nt ... I. nt Xlnth street, on tho fclrcht of r ,rtmr C, Mooney positively lilenttfj in on of tin men Other persons vvhom the tnen at ii-pecte...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

THIS KAiSS OtTY JOUIINAL. KfMJAY. KKM.rAllV 17, 1HU Jl P The Art Association Ins nrrnngeil for n lecture on tlio evening of Monday, fibrii-n-ry S3, nt the V. AI. C. A. iiudltoiltmi, by Mr. A. T, A'nn Lner. n New York nrtlwt rend lecturer, on "Alodern Dutch Painters. " Mr. Van I, or is himself nno of tlio well Icnovvn Amorlciu painters Ho Is a log ulnr inhibitor nt nil of the Now York ob hlhltlons of painting, nnrt his works have nlio to'iml good places In foreign i hlbl- I.I1S 1 I A lu n ,lmli. nf lltn Wnlm nviiiull Club,' nnd loaches legularti In two of" tho lenuing nrt senoois or ?oii 1 ork cilj ile itis thus Identlllcel with the educational rddo of nrt study, he wns called upon to give lllustrateil li cturcs upon Hie subject, mid lins been doing this In mid mound New York for nbout eight jonrs, mid is now iecognl7od ns a lender In that branch of voile He Is nno of the regulir lecturers In tho Art Instltuto coiuso Hi Chicago. Atr Van Laer's lecture"? npon the mod em Dutch painters...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 17 February 1895

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FRRIUTARY 17, Ifil). 'f s ttftw. ovl (jv.15 tl I ' e ( ' -? SW rV v An able discussion of a theme Hint ha Crown tiresome in Its countless phisos-and repetition Is thus presented by the Phil adelphia Press. "It Is easy to understand why the L"n Kllsh Philistines h.ive m,de so much ado iibout the 'new woman," the "new woman' with n past as shown In 'Lady Winder mere's Fan' and the new woman with n. future at shown In the 'New Woman' Itself. With the caste sjsteni that pre vails In Hngland and with the moral stand ards that rule society there the Irruption of the demi-monde Into the family circle Is Mewed with horror as the Irruption of the Intellectual nondescript Into the pro fessional world Is recanted with alarm, and as upsetting the balance of the sexes. ' "The conventional Ilrltlsh view Is that woman should bo subject to man. This Is an article of faith and la all the more flrmlv believed In In spite of the nnom nly that a ipieen rules the isla...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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