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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 June 1897

V THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1897- TO WBECK AND ROB. FOl'It ILLINOIS DESPERADOES FORM A BOLD PLOT. BUT THEIR PLANS GO AWRY. OXE OF TOE QUARTETTE GIVES THE SCUE3IE AWAY. Intention Was to Hold Up an Expreaa Train Hearing- $100,000 Neor Sa- lem, III. One of the Bob- bera Katally Shot and Anotlier Caught. St. Louis. Mo.. June 17. E. P. Garner, car accountant of the Wabash railroad, with offices In Eist St. Louis, brought to this city to-day details of an attempt to wreck and rob a Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern passenger train on a culvert, between Odin and Salem. 111., about slxtv-flve miles east of St. Louis. Mr. Garner said there were three men Involved In the attempted wreck ing, and that two df -llm. 'W cauglrt, one being: fatally shed " f.tr-,-i H"' The would-be robbers are residents of Salzm, and -were known about the ivillaso as hard characters Abo Tweed, the rob ber who was shot, was out on parole from Chester, III., penitentiary. Thomas Schu niacker, the othe...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY. JUNE 18,1897. Kansas an: us. The Branch Ofllce of TUB JOUIt.VAL hn removed to Iloom 11, Hasted Mdg., trhcrc all advertisement and items of neTrs ttIH receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to delivery of the pnper will he speedily reme died if notice is given. Tel. West 23. U EELEY Institute J&T2M& It The only place In Kansas where the Bl Genuine Keeley Kennedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to WTXF'S LAUNDRY. To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used la the Operation. H. F. WULF. Prop.. Fifth and State. A PIONEER PASSES. MRS. IVDIA A- DEMSO.V DIGS SUD DENLY AT HER HOME. SHE HAD LIVED HERE 25 YEARS. HAD ALWAYS BEE.V A PROMINENT FIGURE IN HENEVOLENT WORK. Sirs. Denlson Was Operated Upon for Cancer of the Stomach and It Was Supposed That She Was In a Fair Way to Recovery. Mrs. Lydla A. Denlson. a pioneer resi dent of this count...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 18,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S51. The Jonrnnl Company, Publishers. Jonrnnl IlulldinK, Tenth and Wnlnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies 2c Sunday So DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year $4 00 Dally and Sunday, 6 months 2 00 Dally and Sunday, 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday only, 1 year 100 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 250 Eaitorla! and 8ociety 1K? City Editor 812 Eastern Offlce ...31 and 22 Tribune Building. New York Chicago Office m Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mail Matter. Weather Forcens't for Friday. "Washington. June 17. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; south winds. For Missouri: Generally fair; south winds. For Kansas: Partly cloudy weather; var iable winds. THE PRES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY. JUNE 8, 1897. 1 DELEHANTY IS RELEASED. SPEXT THE MG1IT IX CAROUSAL AXD GOT HIS WALKING PAPERS. Manning: Clnlm Cassldy, Who AVna Let Go by Minneapolis Also Claims Rogers, liut He IIus Joined Pittsburg. Indianapolis. Ind.. Juno 17. (Special.) Friend pitched for the niues to-day and had a world of luck. The Hoosiers ran the bases In the fifth llko a lot of amateurs, and though they hit Friend for five clean sin gles and a sacrifice, they got only one run. Hogrlcver and Gray ran themselves out needlessly and spoiled a lino batting streak. Indianapolis scored two in the fourth on McFarland's base on balls, Motx' sacrifice, Kahoe's single and a passed ball. Flynn's single, a sacrifice, a steal and Hogrlever's hit added one In the fifth. Gray hit to left and Hogrlc-er was caught at third by ten feet. McFarland and Motz singled and Gray was caught fifteen feet from the plate trying to get In on Motz' hit. Flynn opened the seventh with a twobagger. The next t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1897. S. J. FIIZHUGH, President. W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS nirprtnrc Sidney McWilliams. W. N. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap UUttLUIi. A,ex Gcbnart, m. V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttig. Geo. OOOOOOOOOC ftolmes. S. J. FlUhugh. W. H. Seeger. H. C. Schwitzsebel. Missouri.Kansas &TexasTrustCo Seventh and Wyandotte Streets, KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - sl.250.000 Surplus and Undivided Profltj. $1,150,OJO. 36 Wall street, New York city. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. 313 Washington fetrect, Boston. Mass. Sandthorquia 2. Hamburg-. Germany. Slngel 22S, Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street. London, E. C. En eland. Dorotheen-Stnsse 54, Berlin. Germany. 15 Hue 1u Louvre. Paris, France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. MCD. Trimble; 2d. E. L. Martin; 3d, W. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenius. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary; W. S. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox. Ass"t Treasurer; J. J. Calrnes, Ass't Secreta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 June 1897

TIIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1897. QUESTION WASN'T ANSWERED STOCK YARDS HEARIXG ADJOURNED WITHOUT LIGHT OX BRIBERY. However, the Exyense Account of the Stoclc Yards Company for the Opening- of Ilell Street "Will Be Filed Loiter. Twenty-three day of questioning, spec ulation, argument and objection, and at last the taking of oral testimony In tho stock yards case before Special Master George Clark Is at an end. so far as this city Is concerned. There will be some docu ments Introduced at Topeka, and then, when Stenographer Nettles finishes his transcript. Judge Clark will have about as much matter to read as was circulated by the national Populist committee during the last campaign. If he gets through It so as to complete his report and get It Into the hands of Judge Foster by August t, It Is figured he will have made rood time. The statement of Incidental expenses for the vacation of Bell street was not filed yesterday, owing to the fact that the clerks of the Btock ya...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 June 1897

8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1897. APPEALED TO THE COURTS. TAXPAYERS OBJECT TO IMPROVIXO JUDGE CIIRISMAVS FARM. Injunction Proccctllnsa to Stop the Carrjintr Ont of the Plan to Improve Private Property at I'D bile Expense. The taxpayers and property owners In tel ested In the main road between Inde pendence and Leo's Summit do not purpose to let the county court Improve County Judge Chrlsman's farm at public expense without a contest in the courts. It will bo remembered that while it Is the avowed purpose of the county court to Improve the road between Independence and Lee's Sum mit, the roid as laid out by tho court Is a defected thoroughfare, which by a queer coincidence pastes right by the 2,000 acre farm of County Judge Chrlsman. Dy turn ing the road aside from the main thorough fare. Judge Chrlsman's farm will be im proved at public expense and thousands of dollars will be added to Its value, while the main road w 111 continue unimproved. The court claims that th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 June 1897

Sfoe 1 mntta! $ VCyMEXL. l2-'. NO. 9. SATURDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 19, 1897. SATURDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. 2H IITJJP HP 03 SETS ' VMOD PACE. JTHE METR ' 'AX COMPAXY SEB- Sl.tlBES (10,000. HALL SUBSCRIPTIONS, $48,675. A MODERX WOODMEX CAMP COMES IX WITH ?100. This Is a Xew Departure and Open a. Big Field Many Sub-Committees Are Alreadr at Work foe Funds for tho Hall. A new field of revenue for the convention hall fund developed last night. At the meeting of SpIItlog camp. No. 4757. Modern Woodmen of America, tho youngest camp of that order In Kansas City, organized May 21 and having a membership of only 100, It was voted to subscribe on behalf of the camp 1100 to tha convention hall fund. There are over 400 lodges of different secret orders In Kansas City, some of which have large memberships. One camp of Modern Woodmen alone has BOO mem bers, and If It follows the pace set by Its younger brother It should make a sub scription of $300. The possibilities In this direction are very great, ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. JUNE 19,1897- HELM NOT CONIEBTED IS STILL OPPOSED TO MAXI3IUU FREIGHT RATES. PREDICTS NO EXTRA SESSION. THINKS TUB -A!kTf-MAXIUITCIMER$ AVILL hTA,Ml FIRJI. Takes a Shot nl the DMgruntlea'Popi AVho Have Cuudemucd UUu Re port of the Anrorn IlorenlU Lcgliilutlve Commit-'" tee Tiled. , J : JTopeka, Kas., June IS. ISpcefnU Stale Senator Helm, of Ellsworth, still takes la suo with the state administration' on rail road legislation, and refuses to promise to support a maximum freight rate, pill such as Is nrntM by Governor Jeedy. He alsp believes that the other members who vot, ed against the maximum feature will cot change their minds and predicts that no extra session will be held. The senator Is In the city to-day. "I dgn believe that p. railroad law with the rates. ftxed by the legislature is what the peppki of Kansas want," said he. "It would result In end less litigation and in the long run the shippers would have to foot the expense. The bill would...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. JUNE 19,1897. DEEPLY GRATIFIED. BUSINESS MEX REJOICE OVER THE SEW FAST MAIL SERVICE. A LONG STEP. IN ADVANCE. KANSAS CITY'S COMMERCIAL I3IPOR TAXCE IS KECOGMZED. What Representative Untlneii Men Say of the Acw Early Fast Train on the Santa Fe Every body "Will Reap a Ileneilt. The announcement In The Journal yes terday that on July 1 there would bo put on the Santa Fo west from Kansas City an early fast mall train was talked o very generally among business men In the city yesterday and tho action of tho postmaster general In ordering the service instituted was Generally commended as a, wise meas uro and ono demanded by the importance of tho crowing business of tho city. The fast train will be of service to all of the wholesale houses In handling business from Kansas and tho entire Southwest, as It gives a new and quick service for dispatch ing and receiving Important mall. It will be of exceptional advantages to the whole sale people as well as to t...

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

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 19,1897. THE KANSAS CITY" JOURNAL. ESTABLISHED 1S51. The Journal Company, Publl-ber. Journal nnllUIng, Tenth nnd Walnut. new subscription rates. Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. bt mail in Advance. Dally and Sunday, one year H 00 Dally and Sunday. 6 months 2 M Daily and Sunday, 3 months 1 09 Dally and Sunday, 1 month...., Sunday only, 1 year..- - - 9? Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 250 Editorial and Society 1SS7 City Editor su Eastern Office ...31 and 22 Tribune Building. New York 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 Forecast for Saturday. Washington. June IS. For Oklahoma anl Indian Territory Fair, preceded by thun der showers In northwest portions; south west winds. Tor Kansas Generally fair; possibly lo cal thunder st...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 19,1897. THE BLUES AND THE MILLERS. RAGE MEET BEGINS TO-DAY. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WILL MEET OX EXPOSITION PARK DIAMOND THIS AlTERNOOX. STREET PARDE OF THE ENTRIES AND JOCKEYS AT NOON". OPENING DAY i I I llesnme of the AVorlc of the Team on Km Disastrous Eastern Trip Captain Carney Will Get Into the Game To-day. Great Interest Centers In the Innug ural Handicap, Which Includes Sncli Flyers as Marquise, Co chise and Rob Clnmnctt. OF THE The bruised and battered Blues are home. They will open a series of four eames this afternoon with Minneapolis, after which St. P&ul will come on for four pomes. The Blue will then so to Milwaukee for a like number of games, returning with the Brew ers for a series of fcur, two of which a 111 be p.ayed on the "day we celebrate." Since the Blues played here last they have been fahoved vlown the column to the bot tom, where they aro sticking like glue. The standing...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. JUNE 1U,1897. I. J. F1TZHUGH. Pret-'deat. W. H. SEE6ER, CITIZENS Directors: Sidney McWtlllams. W. N. Moore. Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap Pell. Alex Gebhart. M. V. Watson.. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttbj. Geo. Holmes. S. J. Fltxhuch. W. H. Seeger. H. C. Schwltzgebel. Missouri.Kansas &TexasTrustCo Setcnth and Wrindotte Street!, KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAIj - Sl.2B0.000 Surplus anil Undivided Profit. $1,11.0,01)0. 3 all street. New Ycrk city. ) Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa. 11$ Washington street. Boston. Mass. SATidthorqula 2. Hamburg:. Germany. Sicrcl 2. Amsterdam. Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C. En gland. Dorothcen-Stnsso S4, Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue 1u Louvre. Parts. France. Arthur E. Stllwcll. President. Vice Presi dents 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2d. E. L. Mai tin: 3d. W. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C Robinson. Secretary: W. S. Taj lor. Treasurer. Frank B. 'Wilcox. Ass't Treasurer; J. J. Calrnes. Ass't Secretary: E. S. Moh...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOUltNAL, SATURDAY. JUNE 19, 1897. LINCOLN JNSTITUTE. Twenty-eight Tonne Colore People Graduated From the Jeffer son City cliool. Jefferson Cityf Mo.. June "--(SpeclsJ') The commencement exercises at Lincoln Institute, the state normal school for col ored students, were held here to-day in the hall of the house of representatives. This has been a prosperous year for this institution of Jearnlng. Colored people from all parts of the state attended the graduating exercises. A special train of 2 people from Independence, with a band, came down and were present during the day. There vrcre twenty-eight graduates, as follows: , College department-Otis M- Shackelford. Tipton. Mo.; Edward Wade, Jackson, Mo. Normal department-Amanda Barbour. Kansas City. Mo.; Harriet M. Bell. St. Louis: Mo.; John H. Burton. Jefferson City. Mo.- James H. Coleman. Moberiy. Mo.; Francis E. Cook. Martlnsburg. Mo.: ; Eula tI nnnirlHM. Columbia. Mo.; .Llllle 1$. Henderson. Fulton. Mo.: Mary E. McSl...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATUBDAY, JUNE 19,1897. COL. DYER GETS A DIVORCE. jms. dydu gets tiic home axd ?75 A 3IOXTII ALIMOSY. Cane I'ractlcnllr Settled Oat of Court Only the Details of the Settle ment Given Out Sirs. Dyer Made No Defense. Colcnel Daniel B. Dyer, well kno-wn In Kansas City and throughout tho South. ex Indian agent at Guthrie. O. T.. ex-cotn-iciSJioner for tho Atlanta exposition and prominently associated with numerous Ilnncial institutions, was yesterday crant ed a divorce by Judge Henry from Mrs. idi M. Dyer. The divorce was practically by default, no defense being made at the rin&l show down, despite the extended and detailed crimination and recrimination con tained In the numerous petitions, amended petitions, answers and amended answers and other documents in the case. The terms of tho decree were agreed upon out tldr of court. Mrs. Dyer is to resume her maiden name of Casey. Sho Is to receive $75 per month alimony and the home at Twcr.ty-nlnth and Troost," ...

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

f Jummal $ e: v-'i--. YOL V. XL. NO. 10. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 20, 1897 TWELYE PAGES. SUNDAY. PRICE FIYE CENTS. Mkt 4 Stow Jf st. . tD" IK OWE o 2 J.T IS REACHl BY COXVEXTTOX HALL SLIISCRIPTIOXS. ROBERT FLEMING GIVES S2.000 ixdorses metropolitax scnscnip- TIO.V AXD ADDS A LITTLE. OTHER LARGE SUMS IN SIGHT. 6CB-COM3IITTEES MAKE EXCOCRAG IXG REPORTS. But Von May Fill In the Utile Blank llclovr, Send It to the Committee and Save Time Wlint Wn Accomplished Yes terday. Robert Fleming, of Scotland, one of the principal stockholders in the Metropolitan Street Railway Company, yesterday cabled "Walton H. Holmes, vlco president and gen eral manager of the Metropolitan com pany, asking him to f ntcr the personal sub scription of Mr. Fleming to the convention hall for $2,000. Mr. Fleming is a non-resident of Kansas City and has never lived here. The Metropolitan Company, in -which are most of his interests In Kansas City, had already subscribed $10,000 to the fund, the largest single subsc...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, J ONE 20,1897- OUR CUBAN POLICY. ALL OUTLINES SO FAR GIVEN ARC AT LEAST PREMATURE. NOT YET FULLY DECIDED UPON. CAsn is sow the subject of very CAREFUL STUDY. General Woodford to Post Himself Thoroughly Before Going to Madrid Administration De termined Not to lie I'll duly Hastened. Washington, June 13. It can lie stated on the best authority that all publications pur porting to outline tho Cuban policy of President McKinley that have been made up to the present time have been In disre gard of the fact that, up to this moment. the case of the United States government has not yet been made up, and In all the discussions of the subject of our relations to Cuba that have taken place In tho cabi net circles the point has not yet been reached where it could be said that tho executive had finally determined upon any certain plan of action. At the state de partment, an authoritative denial Is given of the statement cabled to London to the ef fect that Genera...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SJJNDAY. JUNE 20, 1897. MR. WU AND FAMILY LATEST ADDITION TOj TnD tVASII IXGTOX DIPLOMATIC COIIPS. AN INTERESTING CHINAWOMAN. HUE. .WO HAS ALIIEADY 3IADE HER SOCIETY DEBUT. Something of Her Goirn and Orna ment, and Her Little Feet "IVu Tins Fans I the Friend and Protege Of 14 nans Chang. Washington, Juno 13. (Special.) Mr. Wo, who succeeds Mr. Yang Tu at the Chinese legation. Is also a clever and Interesting man socially. To even the casual caller he Is approachable and affable, with a touch lw, ShJ iM Uii I" l . I W - W V M (Copyrighted, 1837, by Frances B. Johnston, "Washington, D. C.) WU TING FANG, New Chinese Minister at Washington. Bf that noble curiosity about 'all phases of American life not excluding the age and matrimonial situation of tho woman inter viewerthat characterized his Illustrious patron, LI Hung Ctang. As his relations with that dignitary would imply, Mr. Wu belongs to the more liberal party In China, which fact renders his appointment t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 20, 1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED ISM. The Journal Company, PoblUher. Journal Building, Tenth and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per ween, 43 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally nnd Sunday, one year J" Dally and Sunday. 6 months z J" Dally and Sunday. 3 months " Dally and Sunday. 1 month j Sunday only. 1 year "'"."."." '1 tj Weekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 r w TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office ....'. rj2 Editorial and Society ; City Editor Eastern Offlco ... V""'i?,t, ...31 and 33 Tribune Building. New TorK Chicago Office 1330 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, 8pclal Agency. - r Entered at the Postofllce' nt Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Weather rorccut for Sunday. Washington, June19.-For Oklahoma and Indian Terrltory-Cencrally fair; south -winds, becoming variable. For Missouri-Showers; clearing Sunday afternoon or night; cooler, variab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 20, 1897. BLUESSTRIKEAWINNINGGAIT REMODELING SALE! THEY DO UP TUB MILLERS IX ROYAL GOOD SHAPE. Score 13 to O, With Seven Additional Runs Made by the Blues Xot Counted Given a Vote of Thanks. Walter Wllmot is sore. Not because he has a Boyle on his team just behind the bat, but because ho hasn't more of them In other places. If he had, a whole lot of those things that were done to him out at Exposition park during the long, weary hours of yes terday afternoon would never have oc curred. It was a bit ter dose to swallow for the Millers to be ground into powder, to have a me.il made off them, as it were, by the disheveled and disheartened tallend ers. But it was a dose that had to be taken. The Millers were wheat for the Blues. Between the upper and the neth er millstone, repre sented respectively by Bert Abbey and -z "Willie Bill" Hutchi son, the disorganized men from the Minneapolis reservation were thoroughly dusted. The merciful night came on. ...

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