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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 27 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUjTOAY, JUNE 27,1897. 6 SOW DP TO $80,000. COXVEXTIOX nALI, FCJID, AFTER TWO WEEKS' WOnK. THE SITE NOT YET SELECTED. COMMITTEE DEFERS THIS MATTER ANOTHER WEEK. A Ferr of the Ltsta Scut Out for Em ploye" Huve Been netnrncd antl Sbovr Gratifying Ilerolta Yetertlay' Sub acrlptlona. If some one had subscribed an additional JS1S3 to the convention hall fund yester day. It -would have stood, two weeks after the movement (started, at exactly JSO.COO. Tho total subscriptions to date,- so far as reported to the general committee, are tTV 17.03. The odd cents were, placed on the general subscription list for the first time yesterday, and occurred because of tho em- FIGURING UP THE TOTAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. ployes lists which were returned to the committee-at-large. Only about thirty of the 11,000 lists sent out had been received by Chairman Schmelxcr yesterday. They showed a return of 7.05. Mr. Schmelxer asked the committee to estimate the re turns from tho remaining 10,7...

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. — 27 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUXE 27,1897. 7 .f There la no doubt that a great change has taken place as regards the frequent Interchange of calls as compared with that In force In former days. Many things are accountable for this, among others the "At home" day and the certainty of not finding friends and acquaintances at home during the regulation calling hours other than on at home days. The fashion of re maining at home to receive callers on cer tain afternoons In every week Is a by gone one In the Cast, and It Is not too much to say that no one willingly remains at home to receive chance callers: outdoor life draws all society forth one way or an other, driving, biking, walking and the rest. Even brides are released from the Irksome custom of remaining at home to receive bridal calls day after day for some three weeks after the return home, and are at liberty to make use of the after noon hours in any way most pleasing to themselves. It does not follow that because the Inte...

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. — 27 June 1897

8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUJVDAY. JUNE 27,1897. Mnsio and Death. Kindly watcher by my bed, lift no voice In prayer, ...... Waste not any words on mo when the hour Is nigh, Iet a stream of melody but flow from some sweet player. And meekly will I lay my head and fold my. .hands to die. Sick am I of Idle words, past all reconcil ing. Words that weary and perplex, and pan der -and conceal. Wake the sounds that cannot lie, for all th'elr sweet beguiling The language one need fathom not, but osty hear and feel. Let them roll once moro to me, and ripple in my hearing. Like waves upon some lonely beach where no cratt ancnoretn: That I may steep my soul therein, and craving naught, nor fearing. Drift on. through slumber to a dream, and through a dream to death. George Du JIaurler, after Sully Prud- hoxnme. There is a man in our town who, raised in the Orient, says he can never under stand why women do not wear as thin goods the four months of the heated sea son as the Oriental women do, f...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 27 June 1897

THE KAIMsaS CITY JOUKNAL, SUNDAY. J UiNE 27,1897. A NEW PLAY- FOR DOSE. from tiic ru.v of the gifted GADHIELE IVAXXIJXZIO. It Is Called "A Dream of a Sprinc Jlornlnjr," but It la na Dlimal ai a Vision of 'Winter Jilsht Some Extracts. iFrom the New York Herald. Theatergoers In Paris are anxiously awaiting the appearanco of a new play by Gabrlele D'Annunzlo, the distinguished Italian author, which is to be performed at an early date In the Theater da la Renais sance, with that fine actress Eleanora Duse, in the leading role. The- ploy is en titled "Dream of a "Spring Morning," and those who are competent to Judge- say that It Is one of D'Annunzlo's best works and that It is admirably suited for Mme. Duse. The scene Is laid in an old Tuscan villa, known as L'Armlranda. This villa has a crcat portico, like the gallery In a cloister; facing it Is a beautiful garden, and In the distance Is a forest. In this secluded home lives tho Duchess Isabella, whose Ufa has Indeed been tragic Her hus...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 27 June 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUKE 27,1897. . I. F1TZHUQH, PrtUmnl. W. H. SEEGER, CITIZENS Fliforfnrc Sidney McWilllams. W. N. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap UHCtlUIS. pe Aex Qebhart. M. V. Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttig. Geo. 'OOOOOOOOOC Holmes. S. J. Fltzhugb, W. H. Seeger, H. C. SchwitzgebeL. Missouri.Kansas & Texas TrustCo Setenth anil Wjfindatte Streets. KANSAS CITT. MO. CAPITAL. - Sl.a50.000 Surplns and Undivided Profits, Jl,150,0i0. 5 Wall street. New Ycrlc city. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. I9 Washington street. Boston. Mass. Sandthorqula 2. Hamburg-, Germany. Singel 238. Amsterdam, Holland. SI Lombard street. London, E. C. En gland. Dorothcen-Stnsse 54. Berlin, Germany. 15 Itue du Louvre, Paris, France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presi dents 1st. J. McD. Trimble: 2d. E. L. Mat tin; 3d, W. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthcnlus. Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary: W. S. Taj lor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox, Ass't Treasurer: J. J. Cairnes, Ass't...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 27 June 1897

I WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED An Idea. Who can think of eomg simple thine to patent? Protect your Ideas they may bring you wealth. Write John Wedderburn & Co.. Dept. K. 2. pat ent attjs, Washington, D C. for their 11.100 prize offer and new list of 1.000 In ventions wanted WANTED Your nelghliors and acquaint ance, names anil addresses. We will pay I ,-ou 10 ier 100 or 5c each. casn. lor coueci- nir ttiftm If nil mean business. SCnd 10 cents for contract ana run inniruuuuu Tlie Mon 1 Adv. Asso Baltimore. Md. ""WANTED Men and women to work for ua day or evening at their hpmes. pleasant work no canvassing, experience unneces 6ary, we pay salary. enclose stomp for par ticular Standard Mfg. Co., 112 West 23d tt New York. ANTED-S men to learn piano tuning and take positions, terms reasonably, thor oughly competent Instnn tor. course guar anteed Address S 2. Journal officii. WANTED Salesmen to fell to dealers on time. Iluu monthly and expens.es. experl enco unnecessary. Write for particul...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 27 June 1897

TIIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JUNE 27, 1897. 12 AMCE0FB8CMHAN Watch The Journal Next Sunday July 4th Watch The Journal Next Sunday July 4th Watch The Journal Watch The Journal SIRS. IIAItniET I.AXE JOHASTOJf AXD IIEU WASHIXGTO.V HOME. Next Sunday A MOST INTERESTING WOMAN. To Journal Readers! To Journal Readers! July 4th 1 . 12th and Main Sts. TALKS TO FRAMC CARPENTER OF IIEKSELF AXD HER CAREER. Ilovr She Entertained the Prince of 'WnlrM Uaclinnnn'a White Honne ExpenHes Queen Victoria -10 Yenm Aso Raclinn- nn' Love Affair. VashIrfgton, Juno K. Living within a few blocks of tho White House, so near to It that the strains of the Marine band at the president's receptions can almost be btord within her parlors. Is a woman who fcrly years aso was one of tho most popu lar mistresses the executive mansion has ever had. Forty years aco she was known as the most beautiful, the most intelligent and most accomplished woman of tbe Unit ed States. The beaux of tho army and navy then bowed to ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 June 1897

Lfmmml tf VOLUME XL. NO. 18. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUNE 28, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. lie JCan. PiJS r: 2?r N SHE DEAD &' t T ' 1" IDT RECOVERED FnOSI THE .WABASH WRECK. THE INJURED NUMBER THIRTY. COJTDCCTOn COPELAXD, given op as DEAD, FOUND ALIVE. FIVE POSTAL CLERKS KILLED. SECOND GREATEST FATALITY IX DErArvrcmsT's iinTonr. MUCH VALUABLE MAIL! LOST. KANSAS CITY BUSINESS SIEX SUFFER INCONVENIENCE. Fen Picture of the Scene at the Awful Accident Conductor Copeland Laid Out Among the Dead Condition of Injured " . Here and at Mo berly. The terrible wreck on the "Wabash Sat urday evening near Missouri City resulted In seven deaths. It Is practically certain that this Is all the loss of life, unless some of those Injured, but not fatally, as now believed, should die. The list of injured numbers about thirty, but only ten were badly hurt. The following are the dead: EDWARD GRINDROD. of St. Louis, baggageman. O. M. SMITH, of St. Louis, postal clerk FRANK W. BRINK, of St. Louis, post...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 28,1897- ONLY A BIG BLUFF. LITTLE DAXCEH OF FOREIGX TAR IFF RETALIATION. PROTESTS CUT NO FIGURE. MOST OF TIIE3I C03IE. "WITH DECID EDLY rOOH GRACE. Few of the Protesting Governments Could Afford to Adopt Retaliato ry Measure's They Sell Vu 31 ore Tlinn They Buy From I'd. Washington. June 27. Special.) "Will tho "protests," so-called, of foreign nations against tho tariff which the United States Is about to establish bo seriously considered by congress In the final shaping of the tariff bill, or. If not considered, will tha enactment of tho tariff law be followed by any adverse results In our 'commercial or other relations with those' countries? This Is a question which members of congress are asking each other seriously Just now, and are also asking government officials whose records aro relied upon to thow the history of former occasions of this sort and their result. The opponents of the bill are pluming themselves upon the fact that sundry co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 June 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL. MONDAY, JUNE 28,1897. KANSAS HIT. HAS. The Branch Office of TUG JOUItXAL bas removed to Room E, Husted bide., Trhere all advertisements and Items of sena Trill receive prompt atten tion. Any complaint n to delivery of the pnper will be speedily reme Hled If notice ! given. Tel. West 23. Shrinkage: of values Reduced to Mia. lmum. Send your Flannel to WUL,FS LAUIVDIIY. To bo Laundered. Distilled 'Water Used In the Operation. H. F. WULF. Prop.. Fifth and State. KEELEY Institute BSSftk.'ES; 1 tie only place In Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment lor Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. BIG ODT THE OLD. BIR. BARNES WILL TAKD HOLD AS POSTMASTER THURSDAY. HIS ASSISTANT, A FAVORITE. SIR. SHORT HAS DEEV TRIED IX FDD LIC OFFICE. proved Himself a Very Accommodat ing Offlclal Some of the Car riers Said to Have Laid Themselves Liable to Removal. Postmaster FItzhugh and Assistant Post master Henry Daniels will surrender th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 28,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S34. The Journal Company, Publishers. Illalto nulldlujr, Ninth and Grand Are. NEW SUBSCRIPTION KATES. BIngle copies jfc Sunday " DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Daily and Sunday. 10 cents per week: 45 cents per month. BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year J 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 1 00 Weekly JournnI and Agriculturist. 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 230 Editorial and Society 1857 City Editor S12 New York Office 31 and 32 Tribune Bids 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 far Monday. Washington. June 27. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Occasional showers; southerly winds. For Missouri and Kansas: Showers; southeasterly winds. THE IVADASH WRECK. It has been many years since ther...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MOjST)AY. J UNE 28,1897. 3 IT WAS A SLOW EXHIBITION THE BLUES LOSE A WEARY GAME TO ST. PAUL. One Pnny Ran the Sole Representative of the Kansas Cltj's Efforts Manager Manning; Siena "Pnnon" Xlcholson. The celebrated Dope family of ncrobats gave a continuous performance at Exposi tion park yesterday afternoon, entitled, "How Not to Do It; or, A Tall Hold Is Bet ter Than None." The play began soon after 3 o'clock and lasted until tho sun went down. Nine sun bronzed and wind-tanned young and middle aged men from St. Paul assisted the Dopes In their work of betraying the pub lic confidence. For some time before the hour set for the per formance to begin, dark and mysterious clouds skirted the skies, and the attend ance was kept down at the park to a min imum. "Brownie" Foreman Dope, who recently starred In a two-night stand piece called "The Mysterious Dltap- fearance; or. What'Il You Take," enacted hi role of the lending gent, while the men from St. Paul pretty...

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. — 28 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUiNE 28.1897. 6 QWMW&rtttri&&tt' X COMMUNICATIONS. I -:-x-: A Defense of, necelver Seaman. To the Editor of The Journal. On Monday last The Journal did a well known and honored citizen of Linn county K gross injustice In giving publication to the statement, doubtless derived from Bank Examiner "Waterman, concerning the affairs of the Citizens' bank at this place, and Receiver A. G. Seaman, substantially all of which is grossly false, misleading and defamatory. The Citizens bank of Mound City, failed In July, 1KB. H. TV . Un derbill was, by petition of some of the heavy depositors, appointed receiver by Judge West, then on the bench of our dis trict court, and continued to act as such receiver until April, 1S94, when, without solicitation or the remotest knowledge on his part. Mr. A. G. Seaman, who then lived twenty-five miles away from this place, was appointed to succeed Mr. UndernllL. Judge West at the time deemed It best to choose som...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 18U7. BURLINGTON ROUTE SPECIALS. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR, BAN FRAN CISCO, CAL. June 29th to July 3rd. Rate, E2.50. BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORT " DER OP ELKS. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. July 4th and 5th. Rate. 314.50. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA TION. MILWAUKEE. WIS. July 3rd to Eth. Rate. J16.60. YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHRISTIAN UNION, DETROIT, MICH. July 3rd to 6th. Rate, one fare round trip. PHOTOGRAPHERS' ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. CELERON (LAKE CHAUTAUQUA). N.T. July 11 and 12. Rate, one faro round trip. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN LEAGUE. DETROIT, MICH. July 10 to 12th. Rate, one fare round trip. BAPTIST TOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION OF AMERICA. CHATTANOOGA. TENN. July 13th. Uth and 15th. Rate, one fare round trip. TOUNG PEOPLE'S CHRISTIAN UNION, INDIANAPOLIS. IND. August 16th and 17th. Rate, one fare round trip. GRAND ARMT OF THE REPUBLIC, ' BUFFALO, N. Y. August 21st and 22nd. Rate, 32L30. SONS OF VETERANS. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. September 7th and Sth. Rate, one fare round tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 28 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1897. 8 HASN'T A BIT OF USE FOR IT REV. DR. JENKINS SCORES VAUDEVILLE STAGE. THE Says That In It Womanhood Is Dvrnrfed Lack of ilodestr the Popular Conception of The atrical Art. In his Sunday evening sermon at the Second Presbyterian church. Rev. H. D. Jenkins discussed the vaudeville stage, this subject being suggested by the character of the performance at Falrmount park auditorium last week. Dr. Jenkins scored the men who find delight in such perform ances, while at the same time posing as "men of honor" toward women. Ho was scathing In his criticism of the modern con ception of art, in which lack of modcaty. he asserted, seems to be the ruling feature, and bitterly denounced the publio taste which demands such exhibitions as are becoming the popular theatrical attrac tions of the day. He charged that woman hood was dwarfed, that tho public's ap petite for immodesty might be appeased, but found a redeeming quality In tho Christian virtue...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 June 1897

IttttiaJ VOLUME XL. NO. 19. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JUKE 29, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. mht Cite ftntta C AFTEB IT FOR '98. ANSAS CITV "WANTS THE REPUB LICAN NATIONAL LEAGUE. a3 r T ci'ONG PULL WILL BE MADE. - Z PLANNED FOR THE DETIIOIT MEETING NE.XT.MONTH. The Convention Next Yr "Will Do Unusually Importnnt and It la Determined to Secure It for This Cltr and tbo Now Hall. Convention hall Is likely to be In de mand within a year. An effort Is being made to have the national Republican League meet here next year. The question will be decided at Detroit at the annual meeting of the league which convenes on the 15th of next month. The Missouri and Kansas delegations will go to Detroit with the Kansas City yelL They will wear badges that will have In scribed on them something about "Kansas City In 1S9S." The union of forces makes It very hopeful that a winning fight will be made. The meeting of the league next year will be of more than usual Importance. A large attendance Is assured ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JUNE 29,1897. 20 PER CENT ON BIDES SCXATE AGREES TO TUB FINANCE COMMITTEE RATE. GENERAL DEBATE ON TRUSTS. DEGAN' WITH VEST'S AIHtAIGXMEXT OF TOG UEEF TIll'ST. The Senator Declare Tlint a Duty Hides Won't Help Farmer Mr. Hoar HeRariU Trut 01 a Menace to the He public. Washington. June ii The senate made rood progress on the tariff 1)111 t,o-day. dis posing of the paragraphs relating to hides, which have been the source of much con troversy. As Anally agreed on. the duty on hides Is placed at 10 per cent ad valor em. In place of VAc per pound, as origin ally reported by' the finance committee. The discussion was protracted, drifting Into a. goneral debate on trusts, and from that back to the sugar trust. Mr. Smith, of New Jersey, spoke at length against the duty on hides, while Mr. -Allen, of Nebraska, supported the duty. The new paragraph' was agreed to, 3320, one Democrat. Rawlins, of Utah, ana sev eral Populists and silver Republicans vot ing with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 June 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL. TUESDAY, J UNE 29,1897. KANSAS tin; KAS. KEELEY Institute &sS?y.Bi& 'I tie only place In Kansas -where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat aent for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. VETERANS INDIGNANT .WILL EXPRESS THEIR OPIMOV OF STATE MILITARY BOARD. A MEETING TO-MORROW NIGHT. ZKTEND TO RESEXT TnC INSULTS REAPED tirOX THEM. Eovernor Leedy nnil Ilia Tin Soldiers at Topeka "Will lie Vigorously Scored by the 3Ien AVlio Wore the nine Daring the Rebellion. Tha farewell meeting of Veteran Com pany E. K. N. G., -will be hold at Armory hall to-morow night. The company has been ordered mustered out of service by the state military board and to-morrow night's meeting is called for the purpose of getting the members together before they receive their official discharge and allow them to express their sentiments In regard to the treatment they have received at the hands of the military board. The meeting will be "very much in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 June 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, TUESDAY, J VISE 29,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1854. The Journal Company, Publishers. RIalto Balldlnc, Mntk and Grand At. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday, ID cents per week: 45 cents per month. BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. D.-Uly and Sunday, on rear U j Dsily and Sunday. S months 2 00 D- ly and Sunday. J months w I . and Sunday. 1 month Kii..Jay only, 1 year l j U eekly Journal and Agriculturist. I yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office & Editorial and Society ls37 City Editor 8U New York Office 31 and 32 Tribune Bldg Chicago Office .....1120 Masonic Tempie 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 2S. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Threatening: weather; south winds. For Missouri and Kansas: Local show ers; south winds. THE BLUNDERS OF GREAT PEOPLE. In the course of a recent speech, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 29 June 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL, TUESDAY, J UIE 2, 18tf7. 5 COKYENIION HALL RACEa. MAYOR JO.nS PROCLAIMS A HALF HOLIDAY roil THE EVEXT. Fire Good Events on the Card. Includ ing the "ConTentlon Hall Spe cial," With a Fine Field of Filer Racing Results. Mayor Jones yesterday proclaimed a. halt holiday for this afternoon, to enable the city officials mid employes and the public generally to attend the races. The proc lamation Is as follows: , "Kansas City, June 23. 1SS7. "The board of directors of the Kansas City Racing and Fair Association having generously agreed to donate to the oon entlon hall subsci.ptlon fund the entire gate receipts at to-morrow's races. 1 de sire hereby to proclaim a half holiday in the afternoon, upon all banks, manufactur ing concerns and business houses generally to close their respective places of busings at noon in order that their employes may have an opportunity to attend the rac s and thus contribute directly to this most worthy object. The efforts of the Comme...

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