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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JUKE 6, 1897. tf DR. TALMAGE ON BLUNDERS INTERESTING AND ELOQUENT I.ECT IRC UY THE GREAT DIVINE. Great Crowd nt the Fnlrmonnt Cliau- tnuiiuu to Ilcnr Him L'ectnres nnil ' Classes To-das I'rocriinime. Talmage daj brought large crouds to Falrmount park jesterdaj-. All day the trains, of the Air line handled heavy loads of people who were anxious to see and hear t.ie man who for so many ears has tood smonc the foremost In the ranks of Amer ican pulpit orator. There were no seats cr een standing room in the auditorium when the band concert preceding the aft ernoon lecture began, and when Dr. Ua id son arose to introduce Dr. Talmage. the cafe opposite wag comfortably filled with r-orle standing on tiptoe In the effort to see and hear the lecture'. Dr. TaHnage s appearance provoked great enthusiasm, and when the crov.d rose to Us feet and Bve the Chautauqua salute, the sea of waving handkerchiefs gave evidence that rot onl peoP'e l"' the true Chautauqua tp...

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. — 6 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JUNE 6, 1897. ,'r.t..t - i - v'iW., - t.. - Tho board meeting of the Old Ladles' Home Association will bo held on Tues day at 2 o'clock at the home. Twenty-ninth and Cherry streets. Wednesday. Juno 30. will witness the cel ebration of the marriage of ills' Jean Calhoun and Mr. Charles Roland rearce, the ceremony taking place In Trinity Epis copal church. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Wilson have an nounced to a few intimate friends tho en gagement of their daughter. Natalie, to Mr. Hugh J. Robertson. The redding will take place In the autumn. Miss Cora Squlcr 'Rill entertain a large company of friends on Tuesday evening. June 8, at her suburban home on Troost avenue. Dancing on a pavilion erected on the lawn will be the chief feature of the evening. The ladles of the advisory board of the Kansas City university have issued invi tations for a reception at the residence of Chancellor D. S. Stephens, MK North Sev enth street. Kansas City. Kas., Thursday evening, J...

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. — 6 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUiNDAY. J UiS'E 6,1897. "y. ions: of the HettKnr Kald. The moon is a kins with a silver crown in the blue, blue sky. Hi.ppy-go-lucky and low-lie-down, IVvoreu by Fortune's every frowti. Beggarly maid am 1 beggarly maid am I. What is his wand with the starry HP? A pale moonbeam: He lays it gently upon my lip: Kings may quarrel, and Kingdoms slip. Happy 1 lie and dream happy 1 lie and dream. Here I 1I through the dear, dear night May it linger long: Every goblin and every sprite. Happy-go-heavy and happy-go-llght. Sings in my dreamland song sings in my dreamland song. Kings may quarrel and kings may groan Yl'f.l. n Irtnt. Innf lrh Queens may' languish and make their moan; , Beggarly maiden and all alone Happiest queen am 1 happiest queen A. G.' Herbertson, tn Black and White. Now that summer with all its varied amusements, fashionable sports, and con sequent demands for appropriate costumes Is very near, dress assumes a. fresh im portance to the up-to-date su...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY. JUKE 6,1897. 9 3COOOOCOCGCC0OOOOOOO0O0O0C THIS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. Considerable Interest 1 temp manifested anions theatergoers In this city and vicin ity. In the forthcoming- production of John Philip Sousa's opera, "El Capltan." by De Wolf Hopper and the members of his excel lent comic opera organization at the Coates on Next Friday and Saturday evenings, and Saturday matinee, not only from the fact that the performance of this now fa mous opera -will be Its Initial one In this city, but also owing to the great popularity enjoyed by both star and composer among all classes of amusement seekers. Mr. Hopper's highly successful career In the field of comic opera Is well known. For se-erai seasons ho was the leading comedian of the celebrated McCaull opera comlQue company and his first appearance as a member of that company was as Pom mart, in "Deslree," John Philip Sousa's fllrst comic opera, and In which he scored quite a success. This was Initially pr...

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. — 6 June 1897

THE KiVXSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JUNE 6, 1897. TO 8. J. FITZHUGH, Pres'dtnt. , W. H. SEEGER. Cilhler. H. C. SCHWITZGEBEL. Assistant Cashier. National Bank nifoctnrc- Sidney McWHllams. W. ST. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil K. Chap VI reCtOrS. ,,it AIex Gebhart. M. V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttig. Geo. ooococoo&z IJOlmes, S3. J. rliznufill, Missouri.Kansas & Texas Trust Co Seventh and Wyandotte StrteU. KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - Si 250,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits Sl.loO.OSO SS AVM1 street. New York It. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. 119 AAashlngton stre'et. Boston. Mass. Smdthorquia 2. Hamburg, Germany. Slnrel 238. Amsterdam. Holland. "1 I-ombaril street, London, L. C, En gland. Dorothcen-Strvs.e 54. Berlin. Germany. 13 Rue .lu louvre, Paris. Prance. Arthur li Stllwell, President, Vice Presi dents 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2d, E. L. Mai tin 3d. AV. S. Taylor. 4th, Jacques T. Nolthcnlus. , Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary: A. S. Taj lor. Treasurer Frank It. AVlleox. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY J0U11NAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 6, 1897. 11 0A"rtGAIS IX ETXIRSIOX TICKETS. $7.50 St. Lonis untl Relnrn. Surday. June Cth. and Monday, Juno 7th. Good to return June 13th. (4) Four St. Louis Flyer dally via Mis souri Pacific It. Icave Kansas City ln:on depot at 9.45 a. m.. 1.1. 9.00 an-1 30 4". p. m Compartment Sleepers to at. Lcuis every night. .,, Excursion tickets Union denot. M). ivs Union avenue and No. m MalnrMj, L. S. JE L 1 1- Passenger and Ticket Agent. Bnrllnston Route Specialties. NOBLES OP THH MYSTIC SHRINE. DETROIT. M A-J June Tth to 10th. rate, one fare round trip. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS. PITTSBURG. June 15th to 13th. rate, one Tare round trip. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR, SAN FRAN CISCO, Juno 30th to July 3rd: rate, SZZ.J). AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF HOMEOP ATHY. BUFFALO. June 23rd to 28th; rate, one and one-third fare. BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE OR DER OF ELKS. MINNEAPOLIS, July 4th and 5th; rate. 14.50. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA TION, MILWAUKEE. July 2d to...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JU1SE 6, 1897. 12 GHAT WITH MB. GAGE ITlEASlinV SECItCTAIlY TALKS OP 3IOXEV AD 3IOXEY-3IAKIXG. SAYS HIS IS NOT A HARD JOB. WHAT I'ACLE SAV SPEXDS AXD WHERE IT COMES FIIOM. How the Trcainrf Is Hon and Its Safety Valves The Gold Reserve nml English Banker Pros perity Only Waiting on the Tariff. (Copyrighted. 1897, by Frank G. Carpenter.) Washington, June 5. Is It a hard Job to be secretary of the treasury? In a chat with Mr. John Sherman Just be fore he became secretary of state I asked him this question. Senator Sherman re plied that he found the work of the treas ury no harder for him than that of the United States senate, and that the matters with which he had to deal In the treasury "were thoe with which he had been throughout his life familiar. I asked Sec retary Gage the same question to-day, and he cave me substantially the same answer. Still, the treasury Is the biggest department of our government, its secretary has to handle millions. He has ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 June 1897

3j U' y. :rz 1 r unrwaJ TV .3C, VOLUMllXXIX. NO. 362. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 7, 1897. MONDAY. PEICE TWO CENTS. Wnt matia i I' $ WANT A Mi ISIERY. PLAN TO GIVE KANSAS CITY A SOUL DEVELOPMENT RETREAT. ASTRAL MAY THEN SOAR ALOFT SIDDI MOHAMET PROPOSES A GREAT SCHEME. Spiritualists MaUe the First Move by Proposing an Organisation Bellev- eri In Theosophy and Psycho- logical Philosophy May, Aid the Movement. Kansas City may have a monastery not unlike those of the wise men of the far East if the plan of Slddi Mohamet ta'elber. of Jalabad, India, Is acted upon. He advo-- - stabllshment of such an instltu . i ills lecture yesterday afternoon, at Stropo hall. There ore, he says, about S.000 people In Kansas City who are believ ers In spiritualism, theosophy and psycho logical philosophy. If each of these will contribute $l to tho establishment of a eanltarfum, or monastery, Kansas City as trals may soon be soaring even to the sev enth heaven, where nre congregated all the grandest souls ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 June 1897

r 'Tjt r- -- -ri . tfc-rf-v -" t - THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. JUNE 7,1897- V EINSAS IS ALL RIGHT. EASTERX CREDIT mex SAY SHE BEATS THEM ALU KNOWS NO "HARD TIMES' EASTnriN doom r.u none DISAS TROUS TIIAX KAXSAS BOOM East rive Yrnrx Behind the West Inr. Settlement of lloom Accounts lyiinMi More Talked Almut In East Tlinn All.Oth.cr Wl-stcrn Mates. Tpck. Kas., Juno , (8peci.nl.) Cap tain .11. Hornaday. traveling corn-soond-cr.t of a big New York credit company. 14 nc-v making a tour of the West In the In tcrt ts of that concern, lie spent the past week In Topeba. llo says that lie. has traveled nlmoet every state In the Union east of the Mississippi within the past year and that Kansas beats them all. As a whole, he says tho people of none of th33e Etatc3 can compare with the people of Kan sas In point of Intelligence, appearance or surrounding. "ICansas people don't know what hard times are," said he. "They have no conception of real, hard, pinching times. In my travels In the E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1897. imsb city: us. The Branch Office of TUB JOURNAL tins remonil to Room E, Hailed bids- Trhere nil advertisements and Items of nem will receive prompt atten tton. Any complalnta as to delivery of the paper will be speedily reme died If notice Is etven. Tel. 'West S3. KEELEY Institute 85KSSk,S& The only place In Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. I. POLSTINE, TAILOfi. JVOTORIOIS rKTTV CRIMINAL USDER GOES A CI1AXGE OP HEART. SHOR IN A POLICE STATION. WILL RE UNDER THE EYES OP THE POLICE, AS FOR YEARS. Isaac Has Found Some Pretty Good Friends Among the Officers and Starts Out on the Untrav- eled Road of Honesty Much EncournKCd. Isaac Polstlne, who has proven a thorn In the side of the police authorities of the two Kansas Citys for tho past flvo or six years, has been "born again." The police have his word for this. Isaac claims that he has undergo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 June 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 7,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S54. Tho Jonrnnl Company, PubIIher. Journal Building-, Tenth and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BInglo copies "c Sunday 5 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 13 cents per week: 43 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year j J Dally and Sunday. 6 months - Dally and Sunday. Z months Jj Dally and Sunday. 1 month Sunday only. 1 year 1 J? Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr A TELEPHONE KUMBERS. Bi-rlness Office Editorial and Society City Editor , VSl , 811 Eastern Office SI and 32 Tribune Building. New TorX Chicago Office 1320 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. "Weather Korecnut for Monday. Washington. June 6. Weather forecast for Monday For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; variable winds. For Missouri: Showers; variable winds. For Kansas: Fair, preceded by showers In extreme ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 June 1897

THE KANSAS Gi'HY JOUKNAL.MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1897. r EIGHT SUCCESSIVE DEFEATS. THE BLUES EASILY 1JCATE.V 13 TO 3 AT COLUMUUS. 3nck narnclt Easy 1'lcUinK for the Senator nesldes Being; lilt Four teen Timet He Cave Five Bases on Balls. olumbus, O., June C (Special.) Loots plavlng on both sides characterized the opening Inning of the game to-day, but after that Columbus took ft decided brace in their fielding and as the) kept ham-me-lrg away at the ball they left tne Blues far In the rear before the nine innings had been played, and the first Installment of revenge for the repeated defeats at Kan sas City was obtained by the Senators. Barnett was Inclined to be wild, and when lie did get the ball over the plato the Columbus players cracked it out to all parts of the field. On the other hand. Keener was keeping the hits -well scattered and had splendid control, which, with tho gilt-edged support which was accorded him, enabled him to hold the Blues down to one run after tho first inning, wh...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1897. 6 ABOUT BILL HACKNEY JLS EX-KAXSAX WHO IS MtEAKCta INTO OHIO POLITICS. HE IS A UNIQUE CHARACTER. TALKED OP AS A CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. In Ivansan He Won a ItepjIUllcnu.WltU Radical Tendencies Now He I n, Democrat Used to Run TIiIurh In Cowley Count. Topcka. Kas.. Juno 5.-(Speclal.) News comes from Ohio that Bill Hackney is ue ing talked of for lieutenant governor on the Democratic ticket. His many friends and acquaintances in Kansas will not bo sur prised that he h.ts Jumped Into politics in that state, but It will lc news to many that he is amllr.tlng with the Democratic party. Hacknci, bade farewell to the Republican party when the St. Louis convention de clareJ for the gold standard. The free and unlimited coinage of silver had been his long suit in Kansas, and while he failed to make headway In Republican conventions, he was nevertheless Industrious tn the prep aration of resolutions formate and con gressional convention...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, MONDAY. JUNE 7, 1897. HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION Via Union Facltle System. On June 13th, July 6th ?pd rom ana Aucust 3rd ar, 171 h tne union jthkium will sell r-r .- avntinlnn tiffe- Will . eil Mro. iCL'':C, r-olo. els 10 points in iaiiwa, ..c.. . -"" rsdo. Utah and "Wyoming: at rate of one fare, plus . for the round trip, and good for stopovers. Final limit twenty-one days. No stopovers allowed on return trip, tor lull information apply to Union Pacific Ticket Agent. No. IWOMatn street. N o. IKS Union avenue and Union "nr-., TeIe phone 1109. J. P-HAW BAHGAIS IX EJT.CURAIO.V TICKETS. 97.50 St. Louli nnd Retnrn. Sunday. June 6th. and Monday, June 7th. Good to return June 13th. (4) Four St. Louis Flyer.s dally via, Mis souri raclflc Ry. Leave Kansas City Union depot at 9.4a a. m., 1:15. 9:00 and 10:45 p. m. Compartment Sleepers to SU Lculs every night. Excursion tickets Union depot. No. 1032 Union avenue and No. SOJ Ma ntrect- Passenger and Ticket Agent. Bnrllnfito...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 June 1897

THE KANSAS GUT JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 7,1897. 8 CHANCE GLIMPSES OF HELL. IP TUB OLD HELL WAS TOO LITER AL, WHAT OF ENDLESS HEMOItSEt This la the Question Asked, by HeT. Dr. Handier After He Had Lifted tbe Curtain on Scenes of Torment. "Glimpses of "Hell" was the subject of the Rev. Dr. J. "W. Hanchcr at the Grand Avenue M. E. church last night, based on the text. "And In heU he lift up his eyes, belns In torments." Luke. xvt-3. In part, Dr Hancher paid: "The context Is the story of 'a certain rich man' who dressed" well and lived well; who dressed elegantly, elaborately, ex travagantly and ate sumptuously, glutton ously, extravagantly, and did these things dally. A poar man, sick, bedridden, suffer ing; from serious disease, came by the hands of his friends, for he was unable to come himself, to the rich man's gate, and begged to share with the dogs the crumbs from his groaning table. It seems pretty hard when a man, sick, unfortunate, hun gry, wounded, must be carried by his friends...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 June 1897

umtttal $ VOLUME XXXIX. NO. 363. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 8, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. &k& ito f matta COOLlALKEDODT. f-n ROTOHIOUS C SAI CIVES A DEP UTY klr & TIIE SLIP GOT AWAY AND CLEAR. PREXTICETEL -lAILBOX THIEF, AMONG THE MISSING. Turned One of Ills Cleverest Tricks Yesterday, AVhen He Leisurely Walked Out of the United States Marshal's Office and Escaped. Prentice Teller, the most notorious mall box thief In the country and a criminal known to the pollco all cer the land, es caped from the custody of Deputy United States Marshal Cris Madsen jesterday at noon In Marshal Crenshaw's office at the federal building, and has not been appre hended. While the officers are making ev ery effort possible to capture the fugltlvo they have little hopes of Immediate success owing to Teller's skillful methods of get ting over the country and his large experi ence in dodging officials. Teller vas brought to the city yesterday morning by Marshal Winney, of the South ern di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 8,1807- FOLEY TRIAL BEGUN. COVIIT WILL TRY TO CNRWEL A MURDER MYSTERY. FOLEY VERY SELF-POSSESSED. AFFECTIOVATEIYY GREETED nY HIS SISTERS IX THE COURTROOM. A Panel of Fort) -right Aurora In Se cured From 'Which Twelve AMU Be Selected Tonlnr "n'l "e Cane Will Be Rotten , Well Coder Wnj. The trial of William S. roley for the murder of his mother. Mrs. Elizabeth S. Foley, was begun In the circuit court of Clay county at Liberty yesterday morning. Toley. who Is 30 jears old. Is also charged with killing his sister. Miss Tannle Foley, but the prosecution declfled to try him upon only one of the indictments returned against him. A special venire of seventy-live Jurors was summoned, nnd out of these forty eight qualified citizens were choen. An adjournment was taken until 9 o'clock this morning, when the requisite Jury of twelve good and true men will be selected. The attorneys for the state and the defense will then make their opening statements, afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 8,1897. UEB CITl USl The Ilranch Ofilce of TUB JOURtAIj baa removed to Room E, nailed IildSTt vrhere all advertisements and Items of news will receive prompt atten tion. Any complntnta ns to delivery of the paper will be speedily reme died If notice is Riven. Tel. West 23. rtCICV lnnt;..tn Portsmouth Bids.. WLTLCI S Mill K Kr.-as City. Kas. R The only place In Kansas where the It Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to AVULF'S LAI'MDIIV. To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used la the Operation. H. F. WULF. Prop . Fifth and State. TROUBLE ALL OYER. REV. TV. E. JOIITSOV RETAIVED AS FinST CIIRISTI1X FASTOR. SEVERAL DEACONS RESIGN. THIS IS SATISFACTORY AND IIAR 3IOM' REIOS. The Congregation Votes Almost Unan imously ot to Accept 3Ir. John son's Resignation, and So Ills Conrse Is Wholly T Indicated. It a, meeting of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 June 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 8,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL KSTABLI3HED 1S5L The Jonrnnl Coinpnnjr, Publishers. Jonrnnl nulliIInR, Tenth nnd IVnlnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Clneln rnn!iK .................. -C Sunday 5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. BY MAIL IK ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year Dr.Ily and Sunday. C months - w Dally and Sunday. 2 months 1 W Dr'.ly and Sunday. 1 month j Sunday only. 1 year - Weekly Journal ana Agriculturist. I yr 50 TELEPHONE KUMBERS. Business Ofllco -59 Editorial and Society 1( City Editor ia Eastern Office ...31 and 12 Tribune- Building. New York Chicago Office 1220 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered at the rostofllce at Kansas City. Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Weather Forecnut for Tuesday. Washington. June ".For Oklahoma and Indian Territory Showers, preceded by fair In southern portion: varlablo winds. For Missouri Bijd Kansas Light show ers; varlablo winds. rri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITV JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 8,1897. THE BLUES LOSE ANOTHER. BMILIvG PETER I)tMi;i,S MILTS OUT HIS OLD COMRADES. The Kansas City Couloir Holds the Sines rinnrn to Three Mcaslj Hits V it fill Hunch of Er rors by the Illucs. A special dispatch to The Journal from Coluirbus last night stated that Manager Manning has bought "Brownie" Foreman from Grand Rapids, and that he will Join the team to-day. Foreman has pitched some splendid games this reason, but he could not get along -with Manager Glenal vin. or Grand Rapids. Manager Manning told The Journal correspondent that he would have so many new faces on the team by the time they returned to Kansas City the rans would not recognize itr lie said lie was going to get plajers who could give Kansas City a team worthy of the town. Wa'tcr Wllmot jesterday tried to buy Frank Connaughton, but Mr. Manning re futed to sell ThU would Indicate that Minneapolis is going to lose Ball, ami that the Millers will be weak at short. Columbus, O ...

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