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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 March 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1897. Tho marriage of Miss Be--ie Irene Hous- lon. or. Islington, jio.. ana Jir. Jtooert 1. Yeager. Jr.. of Kansas City, will be sol emnized at the PresbytPDrtn church In Lex ington on Monday. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. ""'eager will be at home at 2CS East Eighth Mreet after May 20. Miss Houston is a member of an old and prominent family of I-afayetto county. Mr. Yeager Is a. son of Mr. Kobert L. Yeager. a prominent law 3 er and tho president of tho board of edu cation, and is, himself, an official of the cu&tom houhc. Both young people are wide ly and favorably known in rociety. The engagement of Miss Myrtle Gravley.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Gravley. and Itev. E. X. Allen, pastor of the first Cumberland Presbyterian church. Is an nounced. Tho wedding will take place en "Wednesday, May 13. After cards announce the marriage of "Miss Pauline X. Lobb and .Mr. Lewis K. Bolles. at El Pao. Tex., on' Thursday. .March S3. Mr. and Mrs. Holi...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, STOTOAY. MAECH 28, 1897. 11 p!9sife a Sprlnir. Green is the color of faith and truth. And 'rose the color of love and youth. And brown of the-fruitful clay. Sweet earth Is faithful and fruitful and young, And her bridal day shall come ere long. And we shall know what the rocks and the streams And the whispering woodlands say. C Klngsley. New friends can never take the same place in our lives" as" the old. The former may be better liked for the time, their society- may have even more attraction, but in a way they are strangers. If through change of circumstances they go out of our lives, they go out of it altogether. These latter-day friendships have no root, as it were. Their growth is like Jonah's gourd overshadowing, perhaps, and ex pansive, but all on the surface: whereas, on old friend remains a friend forever. Although separated for an indefinite per iod and not-seen for years, if a chance hap pening brings old comrades together they resume the old rela...

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

- - -?g5B!.:?-s-'-"c- THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MARCH 28,1897. 12 s-. THIS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. &-i Dmbib linll tlondnj- night, Leopold GodoivsUy recital. Grand opera iiouae All lreek, "Too JIncIi Johnson.' Mnth Street opera lioniie All Treefc, L'ncle Toni'i Cabin." Auditorium Latter half of wecU,'-The Mikado" liy Illtrh School Glee Club. One of the biff musical events of the sea ion In Kansas City -will be the recital at Lyceum hall to-morrow evening by llr. Xecpoia Godow.ky. the Polish pianist, who will make his first appearance In Kansas City on this occasion. Uodowsky is said to be a prodlslous player, although he 13 still a comparatlvelyyouns man. He ranks among the (treat virtuosos who have been before the American public during the cur rent season, ot whom Sherwood Is "the only ona to have appeared In Kansas City. JVs this city will have less in music this spring than has been the custom, particu lar Interest should concentrate upon this event. The programme is one ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAltCii 2d, 1807. 13 KANSAS CITY, KAS. THE Branch Office of the Jour- nal has removed to Room E. Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will receive prompt attention. Any complaints as to the delivery of the paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given. Telephone West 33. IF YOU WANT Now Is your time Don't go to Kansas City when you can -do better right at home. If you don't believe it come and see. We ore going1 to sell 100,000 rolls without regard to cost in the next six weeks. Also Paints, Varnish and Brushes etc, at the Old Reliable Store of W. P. WHITE 527 Minnesota Ave. MONUMENTS! AUGUST JOHNSON, 337 MINNESOTA AVE., Kansas City, Kas. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to WCLF'S LAUNDRY To be laundered. Distilled "Water Used In the Operation. H. F. WULF. Prop., Fifth and State. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licensed Lady Undertaker for ladles'' and Children'! Funeral. Tel. 2430. IfEELEYInstituteiS0 The onl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 March 1897

fHg KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAECH 28, 1897. 14 fflissouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. benntb. and Wyandotte blreels, KANSAS CJTT. -MO. CAPITAL - 61,250,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits. $1,163,000. It Wall street, New Tork city. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. 149 Washington street, Boston, Mass. Bandthorqula 2. Hamburg-, Germany. Slncel J3S. Amsterdam. Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C, En Eland. Dorotheen-Strasse S4. Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stilwell. President; Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2nd, E. L. Martin; 3d, W. S. Taylor: 1th. Jacques T. Nolthcnlu. ' Arthur C Eoblnson. Secretary; W. S. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. "Wilcox, Ass't Treasurer; J. J. Calmes, Ass't Secretary: E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. C D FBBtCH, President. Est 1874 W, T. DiL-.es, Vice Prest and Secretary. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, provisions and stocks. Private wire, to Chicag...

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

"iJ--Si,! THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 28, 1897. Id LINCOLN AT THE .FRONT. AN AFFECTING RECEPTIOS BV THE COLORED TROOPS. The Emnnclpnlor Preienlfil a Rather Grotrnqoe Appearance, bat Tbnt Warn Forjrotten In the Ad miration for the Man. Tn his "Campaigning With Grant. In the March Century. General Horace Porter gives the following description of Lincoln 3 visit to the front at City Point: Mr. Lincoln wore a very high black silk hat and black trousers anil frock coat. lake most men -who had been brought up in the Went, he had pood command of a horse, vat It must be acknowledged that in ,aPPe-"'" ance he was not a very dashing rider, on this occasion, by the time he had reached the troopB ho was completely covered win dust, and the black color or his clothes had changed to Confederals gray. As he had no straps, his trousers gradually worked up above his ankles, and -"gave him the aiin.r nnco of a country farmer riding into town wearing his Sunday clothes A citizen on horsebac...

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

;&.t.-j pjuKi Sirf,-i rmn i i ,in I, mii T ni ii iiii in mi "Jsj'","'3i. .ruw-i- V 16 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1897. gMwtt?ssfcy;3-gc J--- SECRETARY WILSON TALKS. M'KIXLEY'S BOSS FARMER. OS THE WORK OP MIS DEPARTMENT. Practical Agrlculturllst How Farm- injr Can Be Made to Pay Seed at Farm Manufactories Xo More Foolishness AVI tli Germany. (Copyrighted, 1S37, by,Frank G., Carpenter). Washington, March & One of the most Important members,,- President McKin- ley's cabinet Is the secretary of agriculture. He has to do with the bettering of the fann ing interests of the United States, -which are said to be In a worse condition to day than they have been at any tune since Captain John Smithes colony went through the terrible privations of the "starving time" at Jamestown In the first half of the F. G. CAKPENTER. seventeenth century. Heretofore the Republican majorities of Ohio. Indiana and Illinois have come from the farmers, but at the last election Mc Klnley wa...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 March 1897

V mtttml ; i : $ VOLUME NO. 292. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 29, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. Mkt f y jL3 A CHINESE FDHEBIL BIGGCST ONE THAT HAS EVER OC CURRED IS ST. LOUIS. LEE PON PLAYED STAR PART. HE WAS GRAN" RECORDER OF THE CHIN, REEMASONS. 1'lve Thonsi C3 ind cl'" People Entertnlne 7Z&'S. emony, c Took Place on a 1 fioi Mat- G -eet. 5 St. Louis. Mo., ? 2S.-Loe Pon, grand recorder of the . e Freemasons in America, was burled here to-day. His ob sequies occupied two blocks of St. Louts streets for several hours, provided enter tainment for 5,000 people, and scared more horses than the police have any record of. Three Chinamen on horseback led the pro cession tc the cemetery, sharing the honors of public notice with a Chinese band, -which played Confucian dirges, and a German band, which performed circus tunes. Lee Pon was somewhat of a church member. Tho Chinese band was the Masonic end of tho aftalr. but it was understood that the German musicians were adopted as a proper ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 March 1897

V 2 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAHCH 29, 1897. i t: IS-- i tf the later rains come when needed. There Js a much smaller acreage In wheat than for several years past. Thl3 fact la attrlb uted'to the low prices of the last few years and to the remarkable grovrth of the stock raisins Industry, which enables farmers to make a satisfactory prolit on corn. Some fields of late sown wheat were apparently lnjured by tho recent freeze, but they arc now coming out In find shape. Itcno nntl Vicinity. Hutchinson,. Kas., March 25. (Special.) In the wheat district of Reno. Rice, McPher son. Stafford and Barton counties, the acre age this year Is about the same as last, u reduction over previous years. Except in small spots the fields ore in Rood condition, the grain is growing nicely and has a good stand. Jt Is well up., growing close togeth er, and could not be In better. condition. In a few places late sown wheat Is winter killed, but there Is not enough of this to cut any special figure. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 March 1897

'! THE KANSAS CITY JQUE3STAL, MOimAY, MARCH 29, 1897. HE1S OH KAS. THE Branch Office of the Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will receive prompt "attention. Any complaints as to the delivery of the paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given; Telephone West 33. K EELEY InsttoiteSSE-Sr. Bias.. KM, iTTT -.-" -." . "T ; . t" ... Z 100 only mice in lvansas wnere ino Genuine Kaalev Remedies and Treat- ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions xa administered -Address as above. SCORES FDSIONISTS. LABOR CAXDIDATE FOR CITY AT TORXEY' WRITES A LETTER. REFUSED TO RETIRE FROM RACE FORMAL ACCEPTAXCE OP LABOR PARTY'S XOMIXATIOX. Fnsloni'sts Handled "Without Gloves He Owes Xothlng; to the Three Political Rings Composing; the Fusion,' Element In theCIty. Attorney J. M. Mason, -who was nominat ed en the labor ticket for city attorney, has sent a letter of acceptance to the labor central committee. He handles the fuslon isi without c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUBNAI MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S34. Tlie Jonrnnl Company, Publishers. Journal Unlldinc, Tenth and "Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION HATES-. J Single copies 2o Sunday 5 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Pally and Sunday, 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, 1 year H 00 Dilly and Sunday, fi months 2 00 Dally and Sunday, 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sunday, 1 month 40 Sunday only. 1 jear. 1 00 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr, 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 2 Editorial and Society 1S57 City Editor S12 Eastern Office ...31 and 32 Tribune Bull ling. New York Chicago Office 1320 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered at the PoUofflce at Kansas City. Mo., as Second Clrss Mail Matter. THE WEVTIIDR. Wafhlngton. March 2S. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Threatening with er and rain; easterly -Binds, shifting to westerly: slightly warmer. For Kansas: Increasing cloudiness, with local rains; in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY 'JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAECH 29, 1897. HAVE FOUND A PLAN. RAILWAY. MANAGERS WILL MEET TO-DAY TO PERFECT DETAILS. TWO BUREAUS OF INFORMATION. WILL FUBLISH STATISTICS TO EX ABLE CXIFORMITY IS RATES: Grnln Shippers Are Alarmed Missouri Pacific Cuts Epb: Rates Kansas Hallrvny Aiieuon Abandon Their Junketing Trip Railway S'ewi. Western railroad managers decided yes terday to wind up tne (affairs ot both the "Western Freight and the Western Passen ger Associations. In their place bureaus of Information and statistics wl be or ganized for both freight and passenger business. Acting under the advice of their attor neys, the managers decided to cease their connection with the "Western Freight and Passenger Associations and all similar or ganizations. In place thereof two bureaus of information and statistics will be es tablished, one for the freight and the other for the passenger business. Chairman Caldwell, of the Western Passenger Asso ciation, will become the chief of the pas ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY; MARCH 29, 1897. kx:-X'X':"Xx COMMUNICATIONS. C JZXVUfAl wjuvJE. a. A JLJ. wijr. Equalization Does It Pay? To the Editor of The Journal. The amount of misconception on the Question of education Is Immense. The pop ular Idea is that all that Is necessary is time, a school and study"to make of the student a scholar, a man who can com mand distinction and fortune. The raw material Is drawn from the field, the shop, the office, the counter, the well-to-do (Idle or otherwise), and molded after a single 5 plan. All are assumed to be diamonds in I the roughs which can be made into gems of Jtho first water by polish. The fact Is, all gcannot become gems; and all who become Intellectual gems do not in this become able to command money by their education. From the practical standpoint, a mans brain development is worth Just what ho can set out of other people for It. The lawyer, the orator, the actor, the doctor, the artist, the author, has wares for sale. and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 189T. "WANTED MALE HELT. "WANTED An idea. Who can think of rcme simple thing to patent? Protect your ideas: they may bring you wealth. Tfle John Wcdderbum & Co., Dept. E. 2, pat out attys.. Washington. D. C.. or thch I1.S0U prize offer and new list o 1.000 in ventions wanted. WANTED-Salesmen to carry our lubri cating oils as a side line or exclusively, bis money to hustlers. Austin & McGee. Cleve lana. O. WANTED-2 men. HOi 2 news agents; clerk. 9 West 6th St.. room 9. "WAVTED FEMALE HELP. WANTED Colored, girl for light work. 621 Walnut et. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. and furnished rooms. W Last Kin si., cor. Walnut. Tel. 1179.. The best place In K. C Mo., to And help or situations, male or female: 17 years' experience. Ref..Omaha Nat. bank, Omaha: Citizens bank. K. I. CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. L. JAMES, the well known clair voyant and trance medium, may be con sulted at 1209 Grand ave., parlors 23 to 40. TO REXT-ROOJIS...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 29," 1897. 8 iHON BY RABBI SGHULHAH. LIVGHED YESTKItDAY IX AM. SOULS VSITARIAX CIIUIiCH. .lberal Religion" Ably and Elo quently Discussed Drew a I-arse Croird to Hear a Rnbbl In a Cbrlatlnn Clinrcli. I Iter. Samuel Schulman, rabbi of the B'nal Jehudah temple.' preached yesterday toomlns at All Souls-111111311311 church on the subject of "Liberal Relljrton." The (unusual circumstance of a Jewish rabbi preaching In a Christian church, together with Dr. Schulman's well know.-: xepula- tlon for eloquence, attracted a large at- tendance. The rabbi took a broad view of religion. He said: "It is with no slight appreciation of the honor conferred upon roe, and with a deep sense of the spirit of the religious life of your church, as illustrated In the Invitation extended to me, by your worthy pastor, that I stand here this morning to voice some thoughts which suggest themselves to me as opportune to the occasion. And first, I wish to express the Joy ct ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 March 1897

iwttal VOLUME XXXIX NO. 293. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 30, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. Bkt ito 1 ai StttiS' iti? THIBD ON THE LIST. MAGNIFICENT SnOIVIXC MADE BV KANSAS CITY'S BANK CLEARINGS. FIGURES BASED ON POPULATION MAXT OTHER CITIES ABE LEFT FAB IX TUB BEAR. Oni O;- York nnd Boston tend In t, S. nt of ActunI Tcr Capita ' nin Chlcajto Stands OS-i ilrd. Below Kan 9 5- sax City. CapU ? 'go R- Collins, a prominent local In, 6 man, has prepared the fol lowing ' or publication In The Jour nal. H and figures will doubtless prove arraSreeable surprise to many of the test Informed business men of Kansas City, and will serve to convince the finan cial world of the city's commercial and) In dustrial stability. Captain Collins says: Daring these times of financial depres sion all over the United States, it Is some thing of a comfort for the people of Kansas City to know that to-day, by a. comparison of the population of the different cities with CAPTAIN GEORGE R. COLLINS. their bank c...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY J ODENAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 30,- 1897. 2 AN EXCITING -SESSION ! holse puoceedixgs iiorder -the j5exsatioxal. ox 1 1 t TV I MR. REED.QUELLSjA REBELLION. CALLED IX TO SUBDUE AX OBSTREP EROUS MEMBEU. 1 Kcir England Republicans Vloruosly all the Tarl3DlA Mr. 'Bland Assail Persist "In" alJUnB Free " Silver Mr. Simpson's Dally Appearance. Washington. March 2). This was by far the most exciting day the hDuse lias -witnessed since the tariff debate bsgan. The proceedings throughout were-of a lively' or der and several times bordered dn the sen sational. The Democrats blocked proceed ings in the first instance by demanding the presence of a. quorum before allowing any legislative -work. Mr. Richardson offered dilatory motions, but finally.- iwithdrew them, fcaying: "Let the other "side-work out its own puzzle." "" a f. "There is no puzzle." remarked the speaker, "except "the indolence of mem bers." "We have as many present m this side as the majority has," observed .Mr. Rich ard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 30,1897. KANSAS CITl US, 'THE Branch Office of the Jour- nal bas-removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will, receive prompt attention. Any complaints as' to the delivery of' the paper will be speedily remedied If notice is given. Telephone West "23. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to -WOLF'S LAIWDRY To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation. H. F. WULF. Prop.. Fifth and State. K EELEY lnstituteKa&r. 5& j. no oniy piace in Kansas wnere ins Gcnulna Kaalev Remedies and Treat meat for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions or administered. Address as above. IMP01DEBS IN CELLS tJ. RASSIGA AND A. C CURRIER HELD rro.v a serious charge. TOO ZEALOUS IN THEIR WORK. CLAIMED TIIEY BROKE IXTO A BARX TO STEAL T C. Toler's Horse Wa Stolen. One Mglit and tlie Following Day It y'n Found in the Pound Tills Is Not the First Case of .the Kind- J. Rasslga and A. C. Currier, two ot "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 March 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 30.1897: THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. ESTABLISHED 1S54. The Journal Company. Publishers. Jonrnnl Building, Tenth and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES-. Single copies 2 Sunday 5 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Pally and Sunday.'lO cents per week; 43 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Daily and Sunday. I year Daily and Sunday. 6 months - Daily and Sunday, 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sunday, 1 month j Sunday only. 1 year. Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr. so TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 2 Editorial and Society 1837 City Editor su Eastern Office ... and 32 Tribune Bull ling. New York Chicago Offlce 1320 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special .Asency- Entered at the Poirtofflco at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. THE "WEATHER. -Washington, March .-Indications are: For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Fair and warmer during tho day, probably local rains at night: conditions favorable for severe local storms In the evening: south, shifUng to we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 March 1897

L5l THE KANSAS CITY JOUENALi TUESDAY, MAKOJi 30, 1897. E.LM4BTIN RESIGNS. am. stuavell elected president. OP THE FITTSBUnG fc GULF. LEAVE OF ABSENCE GRANTED Mil. MARTIX, WITH THE TITLE OP VICE PRESIDENT. He 'Will Remain General Manager of the Road Robert GUIbam Acting Mannijer "Western Bonds' Executive Officers 3Ieet Itallrray Xevrs. A. E. Stilwell, president "of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Trust Company, and foirncrly vice president of the Kansas City, Pitltnurg & Gulf Railroad Company, yes terday succeeded E. L. Martin as president of tliat company. Mr. Martin was elected vice president and general manager of the road and was granted a. six months' leave of absence. This action was taken at a meeting of the executive committee of trie beard of directors of the company held yes terday afternoon. It was given out that Mr. Martin's health has been such that he did not feel he could continue to perform the duties of president and general mana ger, and accordingly tendered his r...

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