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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JUNE 20,1897. 6 KANSASCnXJMSAa NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the board of education, corner Seventh street and Ann avenue, Kansas City, Kas., until 12 o'clock, noon, June 28, 1897, for a three room addition to the Everett Street school building, Kansas City,- Kas. , . . The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the board. M. G. Joxes, Clerk. j:fc"l.0rjT-S W.PJRICKETTCOHMISSIOhE trliere nil ndvertlaemcnts and Items of nesrs will receive prompt ntten tlnn. Any complaints ah tn delivery of tlie paper will le speedily reme died If notice Is siren, ffel. West S3. Attention. K. of P. Members of Wideawake Lodge Xo. 153 are requested to meet with the Missouri lodjres at Second and Wyandotte streets, Kansas City, Mo., at 2 p. to., Sunday. June 20. to attend memorial services' at Falrmount park. J. II. Ubquhakt, C C Notice A BigSnap,$3,30o. 7-room house at G!l Washington ave., KANSAS C1TV. ...

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. — 20 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 20, 1897. 4u Xt'M? i ii it i i v-. i y- v v mjL-jUw-;-.-, v r v, fl "How you Klrls can work at anythlni such a breathless morning as this Is i rsrstery to me." remarked the jrlrl In th hammock, addressing: the croup of youni women Kathered on the wide piazza, eacl with some bit of fancy work. "I'm awfull laxy. I know," she continued, "but wher thi thermometer Is In the SOs, the loveliest thine In the world to do Is to He In a ham mock and dream of cool things Icebergs and snow and the land of tho midnight sun, you know." "Tes, that sounds very well," said the plump girl, "but whllo you're dreamlns, just Imagine the Icebergs are mountains of Ice cream floating In a sea of soda water. Oh, wouldn't that be an Ideal state of af fairs?" "It Is not wise to allow your thoughts to dwell on Impossibilities," said the girl In the hammock, sagely: "it has a tendency to create discontent with one's lot. Now, when I was a bit of a girl I used to visit a plac...

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. — 20 June 1897

8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 20,1897. wife, mmkm$ The Heart's Summer Time. When fall the wintry flakes o frost It's summer time somewhere Violets In the valleys bird songs In the air: The chilly winds, they only blow the lily's lips apart; It's summer In the world, my dear, when it's cummer In the heart. When gray the skies are glooming It's sum mer In the delis In the merry song of reapers. In the tink ling of the bells: The sweet south skies are brightening as with springtime's magic art. But the sweetest season, dearest, is the summer in the heart. Etlll. still the birds are singing, and still the groves are green. And still the roses redden and the lovely Ulles lean; Love fades not with the season: when sum mer days depart. It's summer still, my dearest In the Eden of the heart. Atlanta Constitution. Anything strikingly novel In fashion is not In sight now that the. modes have fet tled down to their summer pace; but there is no end to the variations in the details of ...

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. — 20 June 1897

THE KANSAS ClTt JOURNAL, SUISDAY. JUNE 20,1897. (THE FAIRMOUNT VAUDEVILLE. Via Attractive Dill Announced for the Second "Week at This Pop ular Park. The lecond -week of farce comedy and vaudeville at Falrmount park, -which be gins Monday evening, will be known as the "Queen's Diamond Jubillea week." The farce corr-Dany 'Bill present William Dean Uowdls' "A Mouse Trap" and a short En glish play. "Novel Engagements." Merrl Osborne, who has Jumped Into Im mediate popularity the past week by her darky songs, will give two new ones or. French extraction, "Compreney Vous" und "That's AIL" , Laura Biggar and Burt Haverly. of the "Trip to Chinatown" company, will head the vaudeville part of the programme In a skit entitled "She Would Be an Actress," which enables them to introduce their rr.any specialities. Titenla, the llttlo dancer who has been seen here with "A Prodigal Father" and "Gay New York." and who Is a great favorite In Kansas City, completes the vuudevlllo bill. Special matinees...

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. — 20 June 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 20, 1897. . I. FITZHUQH. PretldinL W. H. SEEGER, CITIZENS nirrfnrc Sidney McWIlUams, W. N. Moore, Stuart Carkener, Phi! E. Chap 1711 lk.lUI.2. pell Alex Gcbhart, M. V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttlg. Geo. ooooocoooc Holmes. S. J. Fitthugh, W. H. Seeger. H. C Schwitzgebel. Missouri,Kansas & Texas Trust Co Seenth and Wianditte Street!, KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - Sl.e50.000 Surplus and Undivided Profits. Jl.lRO.OiO. 36 Wall street. New Ycrk city. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, Pa. 119 Washington street. Boston. Mass. Sandthorqula 2, Hamburg, Germany. Slngel 238, Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street. London. K. C. En gland. Dorothcen-Stnsse 54, Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue .1u Louvre, I'aris. 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. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 20, 1807. 11 NO CRACKERSTILL THE 5TH. Chief of Police Vnlllns Isanes on Or der nm to Fourth of Jnly Celebration. Chief Valllns Issued the following order yesterday relative to the police reflations on the Fourth of July. As the Fourth falls on Sunday. Monday will be the day for dls piajs of patriotism. The order reads: "To Officers In Charge of Police Pre cincts iou are instructed to see that the following city ordinance In reference to the firing of guns, revolvers, cannons, crackers and all kinds of fireworks Is strictly enforced: 'Section 429 No person shall fire or set off anv squibs, crackers, gunpowder or fireworks in any street, alley or other pub lic place, or in any yard, public or private, within the limits of the citj, unless by a written permit from the major, and such permit Khali specify the object nnd limit the time of firing. Provided. That this sec tion shall not bo extended to the prohibition of the usual demonstrations of the ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 20,1897. 12 OUR ROYAL VISITOR. ALL ABOLT TIID KING OF SIAM, WHO IS COMING TO SEE VS. EXPECTED TO ARRIVE THIS FALL HOW HIS 31 VJUVTY LOOKS AD ACTS AND TALKS. Ill Nniit IoeIoii nnd III Enor Qou Incum'-A Visit la III" Pal ace Gossip Aliout the Har em anil lis Hundred of IumuJcs. Washlnston. June 19. His majesty. King Chulalongkorn. Is now In Europe, anjl Is expected to crons the Atlantic In his royal jacht to make a islt to the United States. Chulalongkorn 13 the king of Slam. He Is tho richest ruler of the world, with per haps the exception of tho czar, and he has more power over his subjects than any monarch outside of the petty tyrants of saage Africa. I heard much about him during my stay In Slam a few ears ago His majesty was away from his cap ital at the time of my visit. He had gone up the rHer Menam In one of his rojal houseboats with about thirty of his wives. end was not expected back for weeks. 1 met. howeier, the men closest to him. I h...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 June 1897

mttttal $ YOLUME XL. 3STO. 11. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 21, 1897. MONDAY. PEIOE TWO CENTS. 1 TB7 ACCEPTED TIME. rv ,s$" G SjTil KANSAS CITY" IDEA IS 2 - growing. is""5: -- c & .WAL GROWTH AS WELL JT MAIL SUCCESS STIJ1ULUS. ACTS AS A Increased Facilities Mean Increased Dullness and This Is the Time to Improve Them to the Fullest Ex. tent. Tho fast mall success of Kansas City has Caused the "Greater Kansas City" Idea to Sprout and grow. Fast mall. Indeed. Is the old-time father of "Greater New York." and "greater" everything else. It Is but natural that the greatly Increased business facilities of tho city should cause every ono to think of "Greater Kansas City." For Kansas City this does not mean to take in simply more territory, but it means an inside growth as -well as extending the corporate limits of tho city. Mr. S. M. Venard has caught tho "Greater Kansas City" Idea. He puts It strong and breaths courage, consolation and comfort. He can Bee a reason for Kansas City, more s...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 June 1897

IHE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. JUNE 21,1897- IH3 BRIBES! fflflOIRT tate officer mikes a mi. SUMMARY rOB REFERENCE. WHAT EACH WITNESS SWORE TO ATTORNEY GENERAL -BOYLE WAS ONCP A PREACHER. Helped ray IIU Way Throueh College by Expqundlne the Divine Law Two Kamam 1 ho Helped McKInley Oldest Honk er In Kanini. Topeka. Kas , June 20. (Special.) A num ber of Populist editors In -Kansas have written to various state olBcers lor a con densed statement of the corruption exposed ct tho recent legislative lnv estimation and the names of the Fopullsts smirched. In each Instance the Top editor states that he does not -want th matter for publica tion, but merely for prlato information, that he ma be advised full of the situa tion Tho corruption Was disclosed piece meal, and while these editors remember soma of the facts, jet they are afraid that they have forgotten others. Hence they write for a condensed statement. One of the Populist officials has been kind enough to prepare such a statement ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MOTST)AY, JUNE 21,1897. HUMS PIT. IK The Branch Office of THE JOBIIN'AL baa removed to Room E, United bldg., where all advertisement and Itema of news -will receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints aa to delivery ( the paper vrlll he apeedlly reme died If notice la given. Tel. West 23. KEELEY Institute SESffgjfe The only place In Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment tor Alcohol and Narcotio Addictions an administered. Address as above. PBAYED FOR VICTORIA FECIAL SERVICES AT ST. PAUL'S IK HONOR OP TOE JTBILEE. SONGS AND ANTHEMS CHANTED. DEA5 DUETT'S SERMOX OS "IIOJTEST AJTD DISHONEST DOUBTERS." Vaoaght That Dr. Roberts' Action Waa te Be Deplored and the Dootor Himself Pitied Abandon ment of Apostollo Faith the Canse. Prayers for her majesty. Queen Victoria, were offered by Rev. Dean Duffy, of the Episcopal church at the services held last evening. The ceremonies were In honor of the queen's Jubilee and were of a very im pressive nature. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY J OURNAX, MONDAY, JUNE 21,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S34. Tlic Jonrual Company, Publisher. Journal llulldlne, Tenth anil 'Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies 2 Sunday . 5 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily and Sunday, 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year $1 00 Dally and Sunday, C months 2 00 Dally and Sunday. 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday only. 1 year 1 00 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office ISO Editorial and Society 1S37 City Editor S12 Eastern Office ...31 and 32 Tribune Building. New York Chicago Office 1320 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., 03 Second Class Mall Matter. Wenthcr Forecast for Monday. Washington, June 20. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; southerly winds. For Missouri: Generally fair, probably slightly warmer: southeasterly winds. For Kansas: Fair...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 June 1897

THE KANSAS COT JOUliNAi:, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1897. 5 MILLERS ON THE TOBOGGAN THE BLCCS ADMINISTER THE SEC OND DEFEAT WITH EASE. Dnnny Friend Pitches a Fine Game of Ball anil In Glrcn Excellent Sup port MeVIckcr'a Fhcnoni ennl Fielding Tho excellent pitching of Danny Friend and the superb support Riven him, coupled with timely batting by the Blues, won the Came from Minneapolis yesterday with rid iculous ease. The scoro was 11 to 1. II was not me .Minne apolis team of pen nant winning fame that went out to do battle with the Blues on Exposition dia mond yesterday. There was not the dash and spirit in tho playing of the visitors that marked their work at the begin ning of the season. Defeat has humbled tho haughty Mlnne apolltan pride, and there Is a saddened cadence in the once husky -olce of Wal ter Wllmot, tho Bluff - ite. He gives vlslblo evidence of the excel lent trounclngs he has received around the circuit. The humblest umpire in the land can look him In the eye and need not be ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 21,1897. Efl&ESE DEBS' DBEAE TALKS GLIDIr OP HIS CO-OPERATIVE COMMO WEALTH HOPES. SOCIAL DEMOCRACY DEFENDED LABOR APOSTLE INTERVIEWED BY JAMES CREEL3IAN. S) Strike Are to Be Abandoned for the Ballot Oiic State to Blaie the Way lor Others future of the Magnates. Chicago, June M. James Creelman, the well known newspaper correspondent. Is In Chicago. studlng the Debs co-operative commonwealth plans Mr. Debs has dis cussed the plans with him. Mr. Creelman sends to the New York Journal the follow ing report of their conversation: Not long after daybreak this morning I sat with Mr. Debs and talked with him about his great plan for organizing the un emplojed masses of America into a co-operative commonwealth and, after setting political control of one state In the Union, gradually extending the socialist sjstem until the whole nation is reorganized on a co-operative basis. I talked with Mr. Debs for fl e hours. The American Railway Union has gone o...

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. — 21 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MOKDAT, JFKE 21, 1897, NEW SODTHWESTERN RATES NOTICES OP INTENTION, TO SOUTH WESTERN FREIGHT BUREAU. Union rncino Receivers and Oregon Short Line Directors lo Confer on Subject of I'micngtr Di visions Rnllrond News. The following notices of Intention of ln clvidual action with respect to rates, have been filed with the conference committee of the Southwestern Freight bureau, and have been Issued for the Information of all con- Kate of IS cents per 100 pounds to Kansas City. Mo., and of 30 etnts per 100 pounds to St Louis. Mo., on wheat, carloads, from nations on tho Fort Worth & Denver C ty railway, from Iowa Tark to Childress, In clusive, and 26 cents per 100 pounds from Childress and points south thereof, to Mem phis, Tenn.. rates from points in differential territory to be made by adding the differen tials applicable- under the tariff of the Texas railroad commission to tho figures above named. Effective July 1. 1S37. rate of 15 cents per 100 pounds t...

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. — 21 June 1897

"T 8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1897. DIAMOND JUBILEE. ICEE. VICTORIA'S REIGX AND THE VICTORIAS ERA. SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES. AMERICA'S PROGRESS DURING TUB ERA riCTURED. Victoria as a Woman and as a Qneea Considered in Kansns City Pul pit. Vesterdar America's Progress To-morron'i Celebration. The local religious celebration of the Vic toria diamond Jubilee took place yesterday when a number of Kansas City ministers delivered special sermons on the me and character of the queen of England and on the progress of the world, especially America, during her unprecedented reign. The civic celebration of the event will take placu at Falrmount park to-morrow after noon. Thl feature of the day will be ad dresses by a number of well known citi zens and divines of Kansas City, Including Rev. Dr. W. A. Quayle, of the Independ ence avenue M. E. church; Rev. Dr. "W. P. George, of the Westminster Presbyterian church; Rabbi Samuel Schulman, of the Hebrew temple; Bishop E. R. Hendrlx. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 June 1897

& ottttta. $ VOLUME XL. NO. 12. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 22, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. mkt Qitm IK 8 IS BUSINESS! - & j nAtii subscriptioxs i Hefted, 938,135. coxv AMOUI SIGHT, $83,135. 5. THIS DOES XOT INCLUDE AXY OP THE RAILWAYS. Over 94,000 Xot Included In the List, u the Committee Think the Subscriptions Too Small First Official Report. The first definite official announcement of subscriptions to the convention ball project was given out by the committee last night. The total amount of subscrip tions which the committee Is ready to make public Is $58,133. In addition there has been $4,400 subscribed by seven different firms and individuals which the committee de clines to accept as final, expecting the amounts will be Increased. One firm offers 13,500 and the committee wants $3,000; an other offers 11.000 and the committee ex pects $5,000; a subscription of 1300 the com mittee thinks should be Increased to $500. and still another subscription of $300 should be ma...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 22,1897- RECOGNITION DAY. SIX OTTAWA KAS, CHAUTAUQUA GRADUATES. FOREST PARK UNDER WATER. rain dampens Tim feet but xot THE AHDOR OF ASSEMULYITES. Dr. Kntherlne Rlchnrriton Talks on "Heredity" lllsliup Fowler's Clonlne Lecture Dr. Hurl bufs Round Tabic Methods. Forest Park, Ottawa, Kas., Jur.e 21. (Special.) Recognition day at Forest park assembly this year, while not specially marred In any sense, has, nevertheless, brought to many unfortunate tenters com plete recognition of the fact that "God reigns" not only in Missouri at assembly times, as recent Falrmount campaigners know, hut that the Almighty Is disposed to liberality, in fact, to extreme liberality. In Kansas weather matters as well. For It certainly did rain, and hall, too, here to day Nearly all night and until 9 o'clock this morning there was a steady downpour that for a time threatened a need for gon dolas and steam yachts. But towards noon the sun came out and the temporary side w...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1897. KANSAS CITY! HAS. The Branch Office of THE JOUHVAL hai removed to Room E, Hunted TuldK., TThere all advertisement and Items of nevrs vrlH recelie prompt atten tion. Any complnlnts n to delivery of the paper will be speedily reme died If notice I civ en. Tel.Wet 23. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to WCLPS tiAUMHIY. To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation. H. F. WTJLF. Prop.. Fifth and State. KEELEY Institute BSES-Sk1 The only place in Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Renedles and Treat ment tor Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. EIGHT FACE, MARCH! COWERS Mt'ST TUT PADLOCICS O THEIR MOUTHS. BRAND NEW POLICE ORDER. IT WAS SIGNED WITH nED INK AND SIEAN'S nLSINESS. Chief Qnnrles Cornea to the Front on Behalf of Governor Leedy 'With, a nloiMlcnrdllnc Order to the Member of "the Foorcc." "Tell tales out of school at the peril of your Job." This Is the very latest orde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1897. THE KANSAS CITY. JOURNAL ESTABLISHED Id. The Journal Company, Publisher. Journal Ilulldlnsr, Tenth nnd Walnut. OTW SUBSCRIPTION KATES. SInglo copies te Sunday DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year M 00 Daily and Sunday. G months 2 00 Daily and Sunday, 3 months 1 W Daiy and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday only. 1 year 100 "Weekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 yr SO TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 2J0 Editorial and Society jSa' City Editor ou Eastern Offlco " ...SI and 3 Tribuno Building. New York Chicago Office 1310 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Weather Forecast for Tuesday. Washington. June n. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Fair, probably followed by showers Tuesday afternoon; cooler; va riable winds. For Missouri: Showers; southeast winds; probably slight...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAL. TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1897. a. THIRD SDCCESSIYE VICTORY iTIIE BLUES DEFEAT THE MILLERS IX A LISTLESS GAME. Connaughton Makes n. Fine Catch at a, Line Driie and McVlcker Shine In a, Pretty Double Play Score, 11 to 7. ro. the second time this season the Blues have won three straight games. Their de feat of Minneapolis yesterday equaled the work of the homo team when the Columbus leaders made their Initial appearance in this city. The score was 11 to 7. It wasn't much of a game to speak of, 6nd both clubs ought to hae been beaten, jrere such a thing possible. "Kid" Bevls, who replaced Foreman in the middle of the fourth Inning because the tat ter's finger was injured. I did all he couM to give the game away, but Pitch er Carney and Shortstop Eustace were equal to the occasion and prevented the candidates for tall end honors from becom ing the recipients or tne irame There were one or two bright spots. In the sec ond Inning Connaughton hounded Into the air and knock...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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