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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. APRIL 18,1897. 8 HOT SHOT FOR 0. M.B. EXPULSION FROM TOE ORDER HELD TO DE A HIGH IIO.VOR. ORGANIZATION WHOLLY BAD. IMQIE PLEADING FILED IN' A KAN SAS LIIIEL CASE. Defendant Maintains That the Alleged Lttiel Was of Great liencllt to Plaintiff, and Tliat It Raised Him In Public Esteem. pfigy HUMORS Instant relief for Bkin-tortnrcd babies and rest for tired mothers In a warm bath with Concern. Soat, and a single application of Cuticcra. (omtment), the great Un cure. The only speedy and economical treatment for Itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, and pimply humors of the skin, scalp, and blood. nitlGiint Toprica. Kas., April 1. (Special.) The Order of the Mystic Brotherhood, a secret organization with Kansas as it sole sphere, was treated to a dote of knockout drops to day by Attorneys Gleed, Ware & deed, of this city. In an answer filed In a suit now pending In the Shawnee county district court the secret work of the order was ex posed; Its objects l...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AP1UL 18, 1897. TAXPAYERS IGNORED; ADVERTISING IX LEE'S SUMMIT ROAD TVIUi PASS JUDGE CHRISMAA'S FARM. COUNTY COURT WONT RECEDE. Goes hand in hand with honesty in merchandising. Newspaper representations might draw you to a store and perhaps sell you once, but it would be your last purchase there. We not only want to sell you this spring, but again next fall, and also the following one. We cannot afford to even exaggerate the merits of our offerings. Our statements are always backed with the merchandise. MATTER OP GRADIXG PUT OFF TILL THE JULY TERM. IRON BEDS, If the Chrisman Farm Road, or Emt Route, la Macadamized It AVI 11 Coat the Taxpayera $5,000 More Than to Improve the Slnln Road. 1 PARLOR SUITS. EASELS- i The session of the county court yester day was as lively as It promised to be. The room was filled with Indignant tax payers from the country, protesting against the macadamizing of the proposed route of tho Lee's Summit road, which has been d...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. APRIL 18, WW. Mrs. Leo Porter will give a 1 o'clock luieh.-on on Wednesday April 21. Mrs Rlchardiion, of 14.17 Indiana avenue, will entertain the Woman's Reading Club next Tusday afternoon. MIps Donna Ronniucll -n III entertain tlie A O X dub at lirr home. 2.11 East Twelfth street, on Thursday afternoon, Aprils Miss Irene Belden. a pupil or Mrs. Ella Backus-Behr. will give .i recital In the Central Fresbv terian church on Tuesdav alteruoon, April 27. Mrs. C II. V. Lewis and Mrs. William P. Aoorhces will give a reception on Tuesday. April 20. at the residence of Mrs. Lewis, South Troost avenue. The Magazine Coterio hah Issued Invita tions to Its closing lecture and reception at the residence of Mrs. S. D. Irwin, JUO West Sixteenth street, on Monday, April 2C. Judge Moss, with a party of friends, will occupy box B.,at the Coates house Friday renins, to witness the series of tableaux to bo given for the benefit of the Y. W. C A. Dr. and Mr. Flavel V....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, StLNDA. afkil IS, 1897. II rfM m wwwsaw t W Ipv'Hfr'vpjv.1 OVVt -V- ' DINNER GOWr Or GRENADINE AXP, EL VST.. A Bicycle Sonc Light upon the pedal. Firm upon the seat. Fortune's wheel In fetters Fait beneath our feet. Leaves the cloud behind us. Split the wind we meet. Swift, oh, swift and silent, , Rolling down the street. "When the dark comes, twinkling Like fireflies in the wheat, Bells before us tinkling Falrily and fleet. Bv the gates of gardens. Where the duck Is sweet. Slide like apparitions Through the startled street. Spearmen in the desert Maj be flv as fleet. Northern lights In heaven. Sparkle on the sleet. Swift, oh. hwlft and silent. Just befere we greet The outer edge of nothing Turn rolling up the street. Harriet Prescott Spofford. There probably never was a greater num ber of Miss Flora McFIinr-ej.s In the whole history of the feminine world than are to bo met with to-day upon our streets and In our shops. The summer goods and spring costumes a...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

tfc THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1897. 12 OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOGOOCOCXCOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOeXOCOOOOOOOOOO Musir and LXOGOCXCXOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOCOOGOOOOOOg000000000000006 I jj Jjjjjl, 4UMH ViHHBmr I9HHMH. 1 ' All w ;?X) ftMu55MB) is wSs4h3Bm3I' iM I ft ?Jll! 4SiBm Bllifi 8$ 'it ilL MARGARET JIAT The New York critics or most of them hac taken a lolent turn against ails'. Olsa Nethersole. There are seeral ex ceptions to the rule, notably the Herald's play re lower. The English actress has just closed an engagement In Gotham during which sho presented the same repertory employed In her engagement In this city a few weeks ago. The current of New York criticism Is as irregular and unreliable as the course of the "Big Muddy." Like that stream. It has its stretches of sjfo channel and navi gable water, but nnon it runs to shallows and flats and you ha e to wait for a fresh el to lift jou out of the sands. Headers of newspapers will remember that when Miss Nethersole opened her llrst engag...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

THE KANSAS COT JOURNAL. SUNDAY. APRIL 18, 1897. 13 3. K. Buhkhau, Pres. J. O. STREA5. CTPADAI ITAM NATIONAL Capital. S5J0.O00.0O. TitTircr.TnRR W. E. Hall. W. C. Gins'!. C. A. Put-slev. H. Holmes. George P. Gates. W. B. Clarke, mcia, i. . aiuii.ii, u. v. oircan. Missouri, Kansas STexas Trust Co. Serenlh and Wyandotte Strict!, KANSAS CITY. UO. o.aj'xt.a.jlj - 31.eso.ooo Surplus and Undivided Prnfl s. $1,150,000. 36 Wall street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. 149 Washington street, Iloston, Mass. Sandthorqula 2, Hamburg. Germany. Slngel 238. Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C, En Eland. Dorolheen-Strnsse 34. Berlin, Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre, Paris. France. Arthur E. Stilwell. President: Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble; 2nd, E. L. Martin: 3d. AY. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary; W. S. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox, Ass't Treasurer. J. J. Calmes, Ass't Secretary; E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trim...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

isTSb."- 14 THE KANSAS .CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1897. SOL MILLER IS DEAD. XETERV-V ICVNSIS EDITOR PASSCD AWAY lESTERDW MOR'NG. HAD BEEN ILL THREE MONTHS. jictii was mn to dropsy a:vd HEtRT DISK4SE. End Peaceful ami I'nlnlem Somc- llilne of the Career of the Man WIio Han Been a Leader In Konim JonmallRin for Forty Year. IYoj. ICas. April 17. Special.) Sol Miller Is dead. Ho passed quietly away this morn ing at G.IO o'clock. He 'was conscious to the very last, and during his protracted sickness there has been no time at -which his mind Ins not been clear. His last illness may be said to date from about the middle of January. Ho was de tained at his residence for a few dajs prior to January 20, when he appeared at the Chief office to oversee the printing of the papers that elaj. After that he was In bed a considerable part of tho timo for per haps three necks, and then was at his of- SOL MILLER. fice most every day till Monday, March 13. which, according to the last Information...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1897. 15 KANSAS COT, KftS. 'THE Branch Office of The Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will re ceive prompt attention. Any com plaints as to the delivery of the pa per will bs speedily remedied if no tice is Riven. Telephone West 23. nsroTiOE i Missing Marion Montgomery Since Thursday. April 15. Any friends having seen him or learned of his whereabouts will confer a great favor by addressing J. B., Journal office, Kan sas City. ffEELEY Institute &2S-g&.3& l The only place In Kansas where the I Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licensed Lady Undertaker for Ladles and Children's Funerals. Trl. 230. ITS FIRST MEETING. SEW COUNCILMEN DISCUSS THE AD MINISTRATION'S POLICY. ECONOMY IS THE WATCHWORD. TIIE CITY'S BUSINESS TO DC CON DUCTED IX A SAFE MANNER. 1'in.t Regular Meeting; to Be...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 April 1897

16 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, STJTOAY, AF11IL 18, 1897. LGG CABIN SENATORS. HOW TWO FARMER DOYS FOUGHT THEIR WAY TO THE SENATE. BOTH BEGAN WITH NOTHING. FORAKER, OF OHIO, AXD FAIR BANKS, OF INDIANA. Hotr Foruker Picked Geese and Lenrneil to Wash and Iron-Mow Fairbanks Worked Ills Way Through CoIIcee, Doing III Own Cooking. Washington, April 17. Two of the most distinguished of the new United States tenators were born In log cabins In the Ohio woods. I refer to Charles W. Fair banks, the Repub lican who now stands in Dan Voorhees' Democratic shoes as the new senator from Indiana, and to Jo seph Benson Foraker. who Is said to hold a big half of the state of Ohio in his panta loons pockets. Gov ernor Foraker's log cabin was situated In Tliehland county, in F. G. CA-ttPENTER. the southern part of the state. Fairbanks was further north, in Union county, in the center of Ohio. There is a tradition that both babies were rocked in sugar troughs, and I happen to know that both have had hard tu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 April 1897

itn Jfnttmai tf.iUME XXXIX. NO. 313. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, APRIL 19, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE1 TWO CENTS. Jy- $4, 1 1 $v ONIIIEKST IX "WITH A FIERCE DAT- TLE OX THE FROXTIEU. 50,000 TROOPS WERE ENGAGED FIGHTIXG COXTIXCED FOR. MORE thax thirty nouns. GREEKS GOT THE WORST OF. IT. TURKISH BATTERIES SIXK A CUE CIAX STEAMER. Greek Fleet Retaliates try Ilombnrd. Infj Prevca 2,000 Greeks Aha Msrcliinc on Prevem-Believed That General "War Will Follorr. Elassona. Macedonia, April IS. The Greeks, from all their positions In the Karya district, began the advance toward the frontier at 7 o'clock on Friday evening-. Fighting lasted all that night and extended on Saturday to -within ten miles of the frontier. It Is estimated that 15,000 Greeks were engaged. The battle contin ued with, great vigor throughout Saturday r.Ight and Sunday, when, altogether, 50,000 were engaged. On Sunday morning, the firing was con centrated toward the southeast of Milouna. About noon Sunday, the Greeks began to give way, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1897. known Populist to-day. 'The fact Is the governor, as well as other state officers, believes that the Pllcher treatment is the correct thing." The state board of charities has just re turnwl from a visit to that institution and reiort that they were horrified by the con dition of -the urinates. "I don't know hut what 1ltcher nan rife rlulu ideas as to the treatment of them," said one. "I tell you what my opinion Is." chipped lu Chairman AV..L. Brown. "I believe .that efore we leave this mundame sphere laws will be en.ir.ted almost universallly provid ing for "putting out of the way' these un fortunates in their Infancy. All of them would be much better dead than alive. There ! absolutely no future before them. AH that can be done with them is to kep them penned up In a state Institution, and wait for them to die. It is .Impossible to educate them so that they can become use ful citizens." Mr. Brown declined to state what Pu sher's futu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1S97. KANSAS in, MS. HTHE Branch Office of The Jour- nal has removed to Room , Husted bui'ding, whsre all adver tisements and items of news will re ceive prompt attention. Any com plaints as to the delivery of the pa per will b: speedily remedied if no tice is given. Telephone West 23. C HRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Mln- Inum. Send your Flannel to ULPi LAVADIIV To be Laundered Distilled Water Used In the Operation. H. F WULF. Prop . Fifth and State, ' t"l t-tf .. . TicrMrtllfl Ttlrlt- ttLtl nSIIIUIB kaas Cuy. Kali m kkLkl IllwillUlu nutUkia tn., wa, l The onlj place In Kansas where the 1 Genuine Keelev Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions ore administered Address as above DRINK IAS HIS RUIN. JAMES KE-WEDVS LIKE BURED OLT BV L.IQIOK. HAD AN UNQUENCHABLE THIRST HE DAILY DRAMC HIMSELF ITO FOIlGETFULM:SS. Broken In Health, Shuttered In Mind, the Denth rnlns Slere Liiou IIU Heartstrings In n Hoitpltal "Ward Died Frlenlesn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 19,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S3I. The Journal Company, PnllUher. Journal Ilnlldlntr, Tenth nnil Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dahy and Sunday, 1 year ii.iiiv jiufi Snni!iv 6 months .4 W 200 Daily and Sunday. 3 months 1 jj Daily and Sunday. 1 month Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 jr. W TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office - Editorial and Society City Editor . 230 .1637 . S12 Eastern Office ...31 and 32 Tribune Building, New York Chicago Offlce 1220 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered at the Postofllce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Tim "WEATHER . Washington. April IS. For Oklahoma, Indian Territory and Kansas Increasing cloudiness, with showers: colder; southerly winds, liccomlng northerly. For Missouri Increasing cloudiness, with rain; conditions favorable for local s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, APRIL 19,1897. 5 THE COLTS CANTER AWAY. AFTUR W!MG THE G VME YES TUUDA1 Tlir.V LK V U TOW V "Kid" llcvl Held Them Down for l'our ImiltiKx. I'nt Retired In the Middle ot the Flflh 1: Inr'n Rood orU rorc,10-U. U'he Kansas Citj -ChicaRo series came to D. iloso jesterday with a victory for the Colts, -who won from the Blues by a score of 10 to . "Kid" Bevls was in the box for four and one-half innings, to show his ad mirers how much he had improved over last season. He pitched fairlj Rood ball for four innincs and then went off on an aerial junket. He wa relieved b Ejler, the Kansas "phenora ," who, if he keeps tip the pace he has struck, will wear a Chicago uniform next season, as jour Un cle An--on Is mighty well pleaded with the waj he steams up and bend in twisters with the leloclty of thunderbolts and al ready ib looking ahead for 1SS3. If the truth were known, he Is probably looking away off into the centuries for promising jouncsters. In the four ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1897. 0 COMMUNICATIONS. Tlie 1'nrk. Question Acnln. To tlie Editor of The Journal. The recent discussion of the park ques tion in the press has awakened a new in ure t In the -.uuject. and. for a large class of taipajers the awakening his net been altogether agreeable. It has. di-cloed the fart that the p-irk law under fair but tpi't-ious forms contains possibilities for unequ il and unjust taxation not anticipat ed at the time of Its adoption To this fact Is to be attributed much of the opposition to the North and West Terrace park ord inances; and K perhaps. .1 fcullkient .in siwcr to the fiut-Mions ofun aked: "Wlij were thc-e objections to long dclajed.' ' At the beginning of the agitation for parks it was erj generallj understood and agreed tliat public parks were a. public ne itstiij to bo paid lor, like oerj thing else of a public nature, bj general taxation. But It appearing that the ncef-ln for Is suing bonds to pa for tin water wor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 April 1897

THE KANSAS tell? JQUllNAL; MQSDAY, APH1L 19; 18W; WAXTCB-MALE HELP. WANTED An idea. Who can think of r.cme simple thins to patent? Protect your Ideas; they may bring you wealth. Write John Wedderburn & Co., Dept. B. 2, pat out attys.. Washington. D. C, for their S1.S0U prize offer and new list of 1.000 in ventions wanted. WANTED A man with JI0.O00JDO cash to Invest in a well established jobbing busi ness In a live "Western city; rare, oppor tunity to secure a paying business. Ad dress lock box IOC, Salt Lake City, U. WANTED WO supers for Margaret lath er s production of "Cymbellne;" App'y at Mage door of Auditorium theater at a a. m. to-day. WANTED Salesmen to carry our lubri cating oils as a side line or exclusively;, big n-.or.cy to hustlers. Austin & McGee. Cleve lana. O. . . . . WANTED 2 young men; JIG per week; news agents. 9 West 5th St., room 2. EMPLOYMENT AGEXtrES: CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT bFFICE, and furnished rooms, lOi'fc East 12th.. St.. cor. Walnut, Tel. 1179. Thd be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 105& 8 EASTER A WORLD FESTIYAL. WWVVvWWr'yVAAAAMAM ITS SO HOW TO BOOM KANSAS CITY. BOASTIXG, 1VIXDY ADJECTIVES AXD STUEET l'AUADES CAX'T DO IT. Iter. Dr. XortUxon, In the Prelnde to Ills Sermon, Points Out tbe IVuy to Ilnllil Up a. Great Metropolis Here. F.ev. Dr. Stephen A. Northrop, pastor of the First Baptist church, spoke on "How to Eoom Kansas City" as the prelude to his sermon last night. He used as a motto text Acts xxl:33: "I am a citizen of no mean city." He said: " 1 am a citizen of no mean city.' I like that, don't you! It sounds good; it has the ring of fidelity In its tone and spirit. Tie to the man who talks up and never talks down. Shun Jilm who speaks against a person, a neighborhood, a town, city or na tive land. Patriotic Paul was not afraid to treak a good word for the city of his birth; neither am I for the city of my adoption. He simply voiced the Judean spirit of his ancettry when he spoke in glowing terms of his n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 April 1897

J mtnta V VOLUME XXXIX. NO. 314. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, APRIL 20, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. STILL NO DECISION. EMPi fv'.S AD ST. JOE TOSTOFFICE ire"- UTS NOT ENDED. C3- RANK ,'SIDERS MAY WIN. S CO.MI'IU " ;. CANDIDATES LIKELY C APPOINTED. Congrensmiin Cnrtl Iln Twice Held I'p the Appointment of Hiving . EiOIaror Shepherd Talked of for the St. Joneph PoKtofllce. Washington, April IS. (Special.) No de cision has jet been reached In regard to the Emporia, Kas.. postofflce and the con test between Cjrus 1. eland and Represent ative Curtis as to who shall name the post muter is rapidly reaching a cri-Is, with every prospect that a compromise candi date will carry oft the commission. The fight is beginning to show a marked re semblance to the battle rojal over the St. Joseph postoffice. which has become a staple subject of comment and speculation nmong politicians, and which Is rapidly be coming a matter of national Interest. Cur tis has twice held up Ewlng's appoint ment, and appare...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 April 1897

rv HE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1S97. X. ANOTHER LEVEE GONE SERIOLN IIKEUC ABOUT THIRTY MILES BELOW NATCHEZ. IS ON THE LOUISIANA SIDE. "WATER WlLt COVER A M'MDER 01' FINE PLANTATIONS. Relief Will Have to Be Extended to tin- Victim Situation nt HIksn I Crowing: Worse Thou sands of Acre ot Crops Arc Doomed. Memphis. Tcnn., April IS -Another break In tlie levee on the Louisiana side Is re ported from a point thirty miles below Natchez. Miss. The detail', at this writing are meager and the extent of the break cannot be learned. The situation at Biggs, where the water is rushing through the crevasse in torrents is growing worst Madison parish is fast becoming inundated, and the water will extend to other parishes, dcstrojlng thousands of acres of newly planted crops. VIcksburg. Natchez and other river points are crowded with refu gees and eerything possible is being done to alleviate the suffering of the poorer classes. Calls for aid have been sent out from several sections...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 April 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1S97. THE Branch Office of The Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and item3 of news will re ceive prompt attention. Any com plaints as to the delivery of the pa per will be speedily remedied if no tice is given. Telephone West 23. IfEELEY Institute &shy.BKai: l 'ihe only place In Kansas where the I Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. JUSTICE'S VICTORY. TWO COUIITS IAW TR CTICAM,Y DKCIy VIICI1 L.COSTITLTIOAL. DECISION OF JUDGE H. L ALDEN. APPLICATION l'OIt AVItlT or HvIlCYS CORPUS DDMED. 1'rlnnner .Irrrnlcd on Wnrrnnt I'rom Jnxtfce Mum Court Remanded to the Cimtixlj- of tlic Sheriff JUHtlcen Right to Trj Acknowledged. Judge Alden. of the district court, handed down .1 ueciion j esterday In the habeas corpus case of W. Flowers in which he Traellcally declares the new city courts law unconstitutional. The justices of the pea...

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