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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 May 1897

15 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUJNUAY, MAY 30, 1897. SIS CITl MS. The Ilram-li omcc of THE JOUIfNAL ham removed to Room E, lluitcel bide, where nil ndvcrlUcnicnta and item of ncw will receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints n to delivery of the iinpcr will lie speedily reme died If notice In slven. Tel. West -3. Free Lectures Practical and Hygienic Cookery mil be given in the Portsmouth build in.' corner SIth street and Minnesota avenue, commencing Tuesday after noon Lectures from 2 30 to 4 p. m 'I hesc lectures, will be worth coming1 a 1- ii distance to hear They are to le g-iven by Lucy C Andrews, lecturer for tlii otton States and International Im position, the Gas Exposition. Madison Square Garden. New York. etc. They are to be given under the auspices of the W yandotte Gas Company. Ke sure and attend them IfEELEY Institute SSsrS 'the only place In Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions a-o administered Address as above Mrs. M...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUKDAY. MAY 30, 1897. Mrs. J. J. Squler and Sllss Cora Squler will give a reception on Tuesday, June 1. The marriage of Miss Maude Matthews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Matthews, and Mr. Bixby Willis will take place in June. The members of tho Fhllomathean Soci ety of the Central high school will Indulge In a hay ride to Independence to-morrow evening. Miss Virginia Ilubbell will give a garden party next Thursday evening nt the resi dence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Hubbell, 3020 Flora avenue. The Woman's Refuge and Maternity Hos pital Association will hold Its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, 617 New Illdgo building. Miss Mabelle Wagner, of Des Moines, a highly gifted singer, who Is visiting friends In the city, will sing at the Oratorio So ciety's concert at tho Auditorium to-morrow evening. Tho Indies' Aid Society of tha Universal Ist church will glvo a strawberry and Ice cream social Friday evening. May S, at tho resid...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 8U, 185)7. Two littlo feet, so small that both may nestle In one caressing hanil; Two tender feet upon thn untried border )f life's mysterious land: Those rose-white feet along tho doubtful Juturo Must boar a woman's load; Alas' Since woman has the heaviest burden And walks the hardest road. Xve. for a while, will make tho path be fore them All dainty, smooth and fair; "Will cut away the brambles, letting cnly The roses blossom there; Hut when the. mother's watchful eyes are shrouded Away from sight of men. And these dear little feet are left without her guilding. Who shall direct them then? "Will they co stumbling blindly in the darknes3 Of sorrow's tearful shades? Or find the upland slopes of peace and boautv. "Whose sunlight never fades?' Oh, who may read the future? For this sweetheart small "Wo want all blessings sweet. And pray that He who feeds the crying raven? Will guide the baby's feet. Tho advent of a trained nurse in a family Is an ev...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1897. 9 THE ORATORIO CONCERT. It AMU n Given nt llic Auditorium To-morroTT Evcnlnsr. The entertainment event of this week will J)- the concert to bo given at the Audito rum to-morrow evening by the Kansas t ity Oratorio Society, under the direction of 2Ir V H Lnlb This concert will be. in I art. a repetition of the first concert given l:t this organization at the Academj of Jluslc several months ago. As the first ticnt was not fully appreciated until it had passed, many havo since expressed disap pointment that they were not present on thit occasion. Mr. Lelb was petitioned to repeat the concert, and has consented to do i-o. giving enough new numbers and;pre trntlng enough new Fololsts to give tho orraslon fresh Interest for tho'-e wno heard tlie first concert. The Oratorio Society has enlisted the Fupport of a number of business men and music lovers, who hao been acquainted with the excellent service given to the Kansas City public bv Sir Lt...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 May 1897

THE KANSAS GUT JOURXAL, SUNDAY. MAT 30, 1S97. 10 Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrus.Co. Setenth an Wyandotte StreeU, KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - 1.350,000 t-urplus and Undlrided Profits. $1,150,000. ... VV 1 street New York city 4X ( .icstnut street Philadelphia. Pa. u V ishiugton street, Boston. Mass. h ruhoiquta 2. Hamburc, Germany. S " t US. Amsterdam. Holland. 1 Lombard btrcct. London, E. C, Un ci :nd iKrithrcn-Strasse 54. Berlin. Germany. j l.c du Louvre I'arij. France. A'irur E. htllwoll. President, Vice Pre?l d I t, J MeD Trimble. 2nd. E. L. 31 n -d W. S Taylor. 4th, Jacques T. N UirnlHF vrtlur C Robinson. Secretiry; "W. S. T r Treasurer. rrauk II. Wilcox. Ass't Tn ur- r J J Cairnes. Ass't Secretary: L S HI' her As t Secretary. Trimble & lr ti-i t.Hiiml Attomejs. C C Christie. Pre E J Street. Vice Prcs. U W. Kenney. Secretary Tea "in Luj or tell through us, for Imme-d-ate or future delivery, all com modities traded in on any ex change in tho country- Christie-Street Commission ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 May 1897

THE KAXSAS CITY JOUliNAL, SUKDAY, MAY 30, 1897. II Lr WANTED MALE HELP. ANTED-Salesmen; $100.00 weeklyguar nnteed anil exclusive territory assigned good men for the sale of the genuine Arc U Refrigerating Machine for cooling re fris'r.nors. guaranteed 75 per cent cheaper than ire. keeps perishable articles lndeft iiltf I . guaranteed" indestructible; eer owner of a refrigerator buys them, as tho Muac of ire in one month morethan p..ya for nj.i.hine; have over '""! "tt rtt. to-iay and secure your territory. Bcw .re of worthless Imitations.) For full partir ulars and our list of five hundred testimonials from leading merchants of C. S address Arctic Refrigerator Co., Un eir.nati. . ANTED An idea. Who can think ot some elmple thing to patent? Protect your Ide-s. they may brine you wealth Write John Wedderburn & Co.. Dcpt. L. 2. pat rr. attys.. Washington. D. C.. for their Si MO prize offer and new list of 1.000 in ventions wanted. ' v ANTED Reliable men everywhere to t k up adverti...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 30 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1897. 12 GREATER NEW YORK. FKAMC CAHPKNTBIt 1VIHTKS OF VS- cisV sams mhthopolis. A CHAT WITH MAYOR STRONG. HOW NEW YOHK GROWS -XH HOW IUG IT IS ALItEADV. Mnj-or Strong Snj- It "Will Ilecome the Grentmt Cll In tUc "World dinners for Yonnjr Men In the Greater Xcw Yorlc New York. May 2). I have spent tills morning in the capltol buildinff of the sec ond city of the world. I refer to the city hall, which is to be the center of the pov trnmi'iit of the Greater New York. The Greater New York contains twl.-e as many people as either New Jersey or Iowa. It has nine times as many souls as Rhode Isl and or South Dakota. All the people in Ne vada would rattle around in some of its hmaller wards like dry ieas in a pod. and Its inhabitants are more, with a few ex ceptions, than those of the greatest of our nates. New York city Is surpassed by only only place In the world as to its population, ., and it is an easy second among the world's cities in busines...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 31 May 1897

he fCan &bsf ittttttfti CV;v V( C1UIE XXXIX. NO. 355. Oii i MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, MAY 31, 1897. MONDAY. PEICE TWO CENTS. J m& HONlO THE DEAD GRAXD AC SPIOIIMI, SERVICES ATsL rfJIIXSTER. SERMON BY REV. DR. GEORGE. ARRAXGEMEXTS FOR TO-DAY'S CEL EUItATIOX AKE COMPLETE. Graves of the Soldier Dead "Will De Decorated This Morning l'arnilo In the Afternoon Ceremo nies at the Grave of Jo Shelby. the Operation. ' H. F. WULF, Prop.. Fifth and Slat EEELEY Institute V2Sk II The only place In Kajfed seats re II Genuine Keeley Renjf tne church, rnent for Alcohol nnd ,,,pd ag civii. are administered. Ad dressed as civ 11 -8. TanHfiillv decorated mm Wand the pulpit an im- '.Sined so as to cover the nd small flags were placed ddows. AA'ben the service bo vurch was fllled to its full seat DEAXity. s opening service the choir sans. ,lng on the Old Camp Ground," with . "expression that there was scarcely an e In the entire congregation that was not moist from the feeling the anthem aroused. Rev....

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 31 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 31,1897. CARRIED AID TO CORA accol'xt of a successful l'llidus teiu.m; expeditiox. LLJ? - r SET OUT FROM WILMINGTON.N.C. Tl(i AM SCIIOOXEtrBKAU CARtfOES' VALIED AT $7Xflib6. t ."J, , Met (lie I'll mo UK Dauntless, Wleli Lunded the Cargiitj In Cphn A. ,. I.nrep Xnmbcr if Cubans3' -Picked Up; Oflitbq Florliln Conit jt 'i- iJ '. ; . . " AVilmlngton. N. C. May CO. 'the 'Messen ger to-day prints a detailed account of the leading ot the tug, Alexander Jones, and her departure with the schooner, John D. Long, on a Cuban filibustering expedi tion. The facts were obtained from a mem ber of the crew of the Alexander Jones, which returned to port several days ago. His story is substantially as follows: On Thursday) night. May 13, the Jones took on a cargo of rifles, machete?, rapid firing guns and ammunition' at the wharf of the AVilmlngton, Ncwbcrn & Norfolk railway. In the southern limits of the city. Before she had entirely finished her cargo, a repo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 31 May 1897

THE KAJSSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 31, lbi)7. KANSAS CITl USl The Ilrnnch Office at TUB JOURNAL. lias removed to Hunm E, Halted lildc, svhere all advertisements and Items of news ivlll receive prompt ntten tlon. Any complnlnts as o delivery of the paper will lie speedily reme died If notice Is given. Tel. "West S3. Don't Fail to Attend inr Free Lectures on Cooking to be given by Lucy An drews, under the auspices of the Wyan dotte Gas Company. Lectures in the Portsmouth building. Sixth and Minne sota avenue. Programme to-morrow afternoon from 2:30 to 4: A. SUNDAY EVEXIXO LUXCII. WiUh TiarcbIL Mayonnaise of Jellied Chicken. French Ice Cream. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Mln--lmum. Send your Flannel to IVULF'S LAUXDRY. To bo Laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation. H. F. WULF, Prop.. Fifth and State. KEELEY Institute Ksrg5r.,S& The only place In Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as abo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 31 May 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, MOiVDAY, MAY 31,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1531. The Joarnnl C'ompnnj, Publishers. Journal Building;, Tenth and AVnlnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Single copies 2c. Sunday 5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily and Sunday. 10 cents per week; O cents per month. BY HAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one jear JIM D-lly and Sunday, 6 months 2 CO Da ly and Sunday,-; months 1 W V ' and Sunaay. 1 month Sunday only. 1 year 1 OB cckly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr SO TELEPHONE KUMBERS. Birlness Office 23) Ed.tcrlal and Society 1K7 Cry Editor S12 Eastern Office :i and 32 Tribune Building. New York Chicago Office 133) Masonic Temple J E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Fostofflce at Kansas City, Mo . as Second Class Mall Matter. THE "WEATHER. Washington, May 00 For Oklahoma In dian Territory nd Kansas: Fair, except showers In extreme western portions; warmer south winds For Missouri Fair: variable winds. STEPIIK AND HIS MVCHIAn. Governor Steprens' evide...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 31 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1897. 5 St P. Won 25 Lost 10 Per Cent 714 IT WAS A PITCHERS' BATTLE the noosinns ni:i'i:AT Tiin 111.1 ns 11 v a fecoiu: or :t to u. Fred Lake anil Jnck Cnrney Colliilc on the Field Lake Lose- n Tooth and Carney In Ilnillr Dis abled Other t'nnic-. From a rclentlflc standpoint a pitchers' tattle is all very well, but the Inhabitant of the bleacher cares for it not. What ne wants Is to hear the swat of the bat, to note the gracefully curving sphere is It traverses the cipher strata? of air and to see the sizzling dirt pounders lift ed from tlio sod and fired with the speed of rifle shots to the wait ing basetender to Intercept the run ner. The bleach crlte wants to cheer and w av e his hat and ad dress dlv ers and sundry remarks to the members of the visiting team, as el. as to the umpire. "iesterday's con test was a. pitch ers' battle. There was no anvil chorus of base hits, but few ion swinging drives into the outlying fields and no crit P ica...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 31 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, MAY 31, 1897. 6 STRANGE LEGENDS OF THE NAVAHOES Reminiscences of The Poetry and Music of This Ancient Tribe Thousands of Songs and Poems That Have Been Composed With Care and Handed Down for Centuries. From the Philadelphia Times. i At it,. ..inJ if the American Tolk ' At the meeting of the i American l oik Lore Society In Philadelphia, in December. 1SM, the president. Dr. Washington Mat- thews -ead a paper on the poetry i ,'.IT .L vi ihn Indians and music of tho Naaho inaians. lo stated that these Indians nau a number of lengthy legends, so numerous that he never hoped to col- l-t thm ill in elaborate religion, -with lect them all. an el auoraic rengio n. ii i symbolism and allcgorj that might Me with that of the Greeks, formulated pray- ers and multitudinous songs, composed on .11 subjects and adapted for every clrcua- stance or life. Wo have grown somewhat accustomed of recent ears of hearing similar state- I ments about the American Indians, but ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 31 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 31, 181)7. HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION Via Union Pacific Syateni. On June 1st and 15th. July 6th and 20th and August 3rd and 17th the Union Pa cific will sell Homeseekers' excursion tick ets to points in Kansas, Nebraska, Colo rado, Utah and Wyoming at rate of one. fate, plus $2, for the round trip, and Rood fo btopovcrs. Final limit twenty-one days. No 6topovers allowed on return trip, For full Information apply to Union Tactile Ticket Agent, No. 1008 Main street. No. 1038 Union avenue and Union station. Tele phone 1103. J. B. FRAWLEY. General Agent. Annual Meeting of the German Bap tists, Frederick, Md. Reduced Rates Tin II. fc O. The B. & O. R. It. will sell tickets from all points on Its lines west of the Ohio river, for all trains, Juno, 2, 3 and 4. In clusive, valid for return passage un til Jt'ne SO. The rate from Chicago will ho $17:5, and correspondingly low rates from all other points on its lines. Tickets 1(111 alto be placed on sale at ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 31 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 31,1897. 8 WAR IS A TERRIBLE THING ULL'STKK OI- 31i:.V IV HIGH I'UUMC ruAcns i.vs.vxi: carelessness. So Snyii Ilcv. II r. llcnrr Hopkins, in a. !ernin on "Tlie IllemlnKi of I'encr" Other Chnrcli Serv icer Ycaterduy. Rev. Henry Hopkins, D. D., pastor of the J'irj.t Congregational church, delivered a fccrrnon on "The. Illessings of Peace" last night in commemoration of Memorial day. He Fald, In part: "The war ended thirty-two years ago. The thunder of Its artillery has Ions ago died away, tho smoke of its great battles no longer darkens the sky, tho tramp of Its mighty armies has ceased. Its excitements aro over; its Issues are settled. To-day It Is only a memory. and. strange to say, that while yet hundreds of thousands of those who took part in its struggles still survive, thi meaning of war is almost forgotten by tho most of the people, and the suggestion of a new war is apparently wejeome. Noth ing could he more criminal than words or actions w...

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

Jiiwa mttttal V-ofclTME XXXIX. NO. 356 TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 1, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. (Ml J "-"7 c "ND SIVTEE niDERS O S W.U.DO COURSE, oxb ncj STAR EIGHTY-THREE AT THE FINISH. COIvOYEI 'WINS THE TIME AD WHITE THE M.1CE. CanoTer Covered the Conrse In 27iO, rolK Second, Ilrppcl 1 lilril For Place Lattner and Wataon, ' r. Gave -White a Battle Special Prize First time, J. A. Conover, Kansas City Cjcllsts, 27:3. IKK) Kimball piano. Second time, John Folz, Star C)Cle Club, S7 55. $73 diamond stud. Third time, L. G. Reppel, Kansas City, 27 36, 150 diamond stud First place. J. H. White, Kansas City, 2.H. $133 Tribune tapd.m. Second place, Ed Laitner, Kansas City, -33. J100 Crawford tandem. Third place, F. K. "Watson, Kansas City, 81:13. $100 Sterling blcvcle. Team prize for five fastest men. average time 28.0S, Kansas City delists, hand Eomo mantel clock. The Kansas City Star's three special Prizes: First rider to finish who resides in greater Kansas City (including a radius...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1897- msnly forms Into tho Iron Jaws of rebellion. or.J when they were taken out mangled and bleeding and sent home on crutches, with empty sleeves, bearing scars and wounds, the legacies of battlo lldds, their lo-ed ones said, "Isn't it awful?' Their answer was, 'What's the difference, -elnce If, saved the Vnion.' ,Oh patriotism sn Irrb! Oh heroism sublime! Let a grateful iwrtlcn see to it that not one of the least of these, shall be permitted to die In a poor house or be burled in a potter's field. "May the young men of ithe North and South feel that they arc brothers; and hall the pood time (Semitic- wjien the last wound of tho war rhall be healed.,. 7.et us be fle tcrmlned our country shall not encournge. In any manner whatsoever, the efforts m:.de by some to create another sectional line to separate tho East from the South nnd 'West, for we want but one country and but one nap, and that flan the stars and stripes. Every effort should be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL, TUESDAY, J UXE 1, 1S97. GOODBYE TO SHELBY TOUCHING HXnnCISES AT THE FINAL nuniAL of his noDV. OBITUARY. WRITTEN IN VERSE. 3inS. DR. T. J. 11EXRV KEEPS HER C03IPACT WITH SHELBY. Colonel J. C. Moore Deliver the Ora tion Little Glrl Itepreicntlns All the State Strew Flow er on the Collin of the Demi Genernl. T e last tribute of lovo and honor was paid to tho memory of the late General Jo O. Shelby yesterday afternoon -when his body was removed from the receiving vault in Forest Hill cemetery and burled In the lot presented by the Ex-Confederate Asso ciation. The exercises were held under the auspices of the association and were Im pressive In the extreme. The Immediate family present consisted of Mrs. Shelby, Sites Annie Shelby. Jo O. Shelby, Jr., and wife. Ben. Sam and John Shelby. The members of the Ex-Confederate As sociation met at Thirteenth street and Grand avenuo at 12:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon and proceeded In buses to the cemetery, where a large n...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL TUESDAY, JUNE 1,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL KSTABLI3HED 1S54. Thf Jnurnnl XToinpnny, l'libltnhera. Journal Iluildlne, Tenth anil Wnlnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies .... Ic Sunday .............a...... ...a............... .jc DEL1VEHED BY CARIUEn. Pally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Daily and Sunday, one year Dtily and Sunday. G months Dally and Sunday, Z months . Daily and Sunday.jl mor.tn ..$4 00 .. 2 00 ..1C0 .. 40 ..100 ttunuay oniy. 1 year.. Weekly Journal ana Agriculturist, 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE KUMBERS. Ri-slnes Ofllce 150 Editorial and Society 1&57 City Editor Eastern Office ...31 and 32 Tribune Building, New York Chicago Office 1220 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Dorcn, Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflco at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. THE WEATHER. Washington. May 31. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Fair; south winds. Fot Missouri. Fair; warmer; variable winds, becoming south. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1897. IT COULD ME BEEN WORSE SECOND gmi: t M.I.ni) 1 TI3IH TO .SVVE TI1I1 I1L.II. JL'nntIfiic-(or- Inhibition of tlif Art of Ball rinylnK Oat at Kxposl- tlon l'nrk on a Illjr Holiday. It was a decidedly dltappoInUng exhi- Mtlon of baseball pUtying that was chen at Exposition rark yesterday afternoon, and the big Me- - r mortal day crowd went home In very 111 humor. Haskell, the league umpire, was called away by the serious Illness pf his father and the player-umpiro Dlan was tried ! again, with the us ual unsntisfactor result men, to aau to the discomfort of the fans, the Blues were outbat ted and outfielded in the first game, and went down to inglorious defeat. Whatever chance they mas hae had -l n. we i -C.I.O) to redeem thcmele in the t-econd con test was lost when the name was called In the first half of the lifth inning with one man out. This left it no game, and the crowd felt that it was getting a mighty little run for Its money, on n...

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