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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 4,1897. TELLS OF GROWTH. JCHT CAXVASS ncVCVLS SOME IN TERESTING i'.vcts. HUNDREDS OF NEW RESIDENTS. LISTS SHOW MANY ARRIVALS 1VIT1I ' 4. A KAIL Work of Selecting Xnmcn of Good and EllKlhlc Jnror Series to Urine Oat Some Cena StntlMIca of Much Interest to Kauiiii Cltjnna. A great many Interesting facts are.be Ins brought out In the reports of the Jury canvassers made to H. II. Anderson, of the county clerk's office. The canvassers started out last Monday morning and make their reports every other day. About 2.50U eligible Jurors have been secured so far. The work will be carried on until the name of practically every eligible Juror In Jack son county- Is on the llt. The names will then be compared with those In the Jury wheel. The names of all who have died, removed from the city or are otherwise dis qualified, or Ineligible will be eliminated from the wheel and replaced by the names of persons who might be found when wanted, and who, when found,...

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. — 4 July 1897

THE RAJfSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUKBA7. JlTIY'4, 1S9T. WH W KANSAS CITl MS. The Branch Offlce of THE JOURNAL haif removed to Itooni E, llnsteil bide, where nil advertisements nnd Item of neivs -will receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to dellverr of the paper will be speedily reme died If notice I Riven. Tel. West 23. STOLEN! Largo bay horse: weight about 1.100: star In forehead: knot on inside of right hind leg. chip off right ear. Reward for In formation leading to his recovery. WlLLARD 3IERIA3I. Sll Minnesota, ave.. Kansas City. Kas. E. C. Hostetter, DENTIST, Corner 5U1 and Minn., over Harris'. rrnru !:.. Portsmouth Blag.. ' ttLtl MSI lu.B Ksnsas City, to R The only place in Kansas where the It Genuine Keelcy Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions re administered. Address as above. SEND YOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Corner Fifth street and State avenue. No de structive machinery ntea. Tel Wen 83. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Llrenaed Lady CndertiiVer for Ladl...

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. — 4 July 1897

I THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 4, 1897. 8 KILL PREJUDICE When It Stands In the Way of Health. People Who Are Prejudiced Against Medicine and Believe Chronic Dyspepsia Can Not Be Cured, Read This. Nearly every citizen of Jackson and Jack eon county knows or at least has heard of Mr. Fred C. Miller, the owner of the wood and coal yard on the corner of Mechanic and "Washington streets. If there is any one thins Mr. Miller Is proud of it is the fact that every one who knows him or had any dealing with him knows that his word is as good as his bond. About a year and a half ago Mr. Miller, whose health had always been very good, began to fall, and the food whlqh he took did not seem to be properly assimilated. He felt a general weakness overcoming him and he consulted his physician and took his prescriptions, but without getting any re lief. But here let us repeat Mr. Miller's own statement as made to a representative of the "Industrial News:" I was suffering from indigestion, wh...

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. — 4 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 4,1897. y Special Notice to Subscribers. 1 i THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL Beginning to-morrow morning (July 5th) and continuing until next Saturday afternoon at 6 o'clock readers of THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL may take advantage of the following superb offer: WITH TO-DAY'S ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL we are GIVING FREE a reproduction of Hagstrom's Masterpiece, entitled : "BIRTH OF THE AMERICAN FLAG!" Notice to Subscribers Residing Outside of the Two Kansas Citys. Realizing that thousands of people wish to preserve this splendid patriotic picture and give it a conspicuous place in their homes we have arranged with the largest framing establishment in the United States to place the picture FRAMED within the reach of every subscriber to this paper at the nominal price of 30 cents. There will be seven styles of frames from which to make selections. The Lowest Price will be 30c. The Highest Price will be $ I . Come and See them on Display in our Counting Room. In Ka...

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. — 4 July 1897

I--J THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, STJNDAY. JULY '4', 1897: iir MT LADY Oh. nappy Rose, what fireamest thou So near my lady's ufce? Surely, thy paradise i-woi,! "or never, 'neath the golden .Tjun, Could life Immortal l:.tsun In fairer. swcetcr place. if I VtmilCULUJUl UllircUJdEl IICTASULtCLU- eJ In giving distinctly Individuality to her wedding ceremony nnji although .Kansas City brldes-to-iie arefdgbarr,d by force of circumstances .from foDowIntf her ESample, they and tlielr rftv and cousins and aunts will -read of. this nwEaagevtlth the s. or oi romance an inef pyaioi iu ror Miss Helen TVoodrtitoSrnltraJor-Stamford, Cmn w- mntriMh Jfcr-Jrrtepdii-o Mr. Ilcmer S CummlnSS-.on' Boartt llnPyatht Viking, belonging tbtfte--ridei. father; Commodore James D. Smith. - When Miss Smith unfolded her plan to hrp father n. almrt tln-.e rmo.-sai .the cw Vcik Herald. he 'was- drttgnfco' and prom ised to make his yacht as attractive a Place for a weiiaing-i.atiy house coiuu De, Therefore on Monday ths V...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1897. n A n in $qS& The Deantlfnl. Wrinkled ami old are those hands of hers; Hard, and full of the seams Of labor and the years; Knotted the knuckles: And creased and crinkled The skin on the backs of them; Dark veined and large. With splotches of brown Between the drawn tendons As if seared by tears: Thick the nails and blunted. Rough and with little ridges Running the length of them; Callous the palms. And lacking all plnkness and prettlness. Old are those hands of hers; Wrinkled and hard: But. oh. -what a story of Intinlte tenderness And love Could they tell. Those hands of a woman Whose threescore years and ten Have been passed In doing the good That women do. , W. J. Lampton In the Iew Tork Sun. The young matron looked fagged and worn. As she strolled Into a club where the members can drop In and rest and where those f i om out of town can stay when they come In on a shopping expedition, a trio of her friends who had arranged to lunc...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 July 1897

12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 4.1897. .V v v , i r 1 ';." -iSsj xc- .: jr . w ' yyss FAIRMOUNT VAUDEVILLE. A Very Attractive Dili Annonnrrd for the Fourth Week of the Season. One of the features of the vaudeville hi 1 offered at the rairraount auditorium this wet will be the new moving pictures of local scenes by the Curtlss anlmato grcph Mr Curtl-.3 Is said to hae pro cured Mews of tome most Interesting scenes, and has developed some splendid films, which appear to be equal to any heretofore shown on the ltascope or bio Eiaph The films of all the pictures are from 13 to 1M feet In length, and are com peted of hundreds of little pictures about th size of a thumb nail whlch.when moed rcrlcly through the anlmatograph. produce the effect of motion These pictures will Li shown by Mr. Curtlss. beginning to morrow night First Air line train arriving at the Falr rrcunt park station. This picture shows J H Pickering, the superintendent of the AI- line, and his son getting down fr...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 July 1897

TIIS KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUiNDAY, J Uir &,Ln. 13 K IfJssouri.Kansas STexasTrustCo tetenth ind WjaniSatte Street, KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - Sl.S50.000 Surplus and Undltlded TioSU, Sl.lW.OJO. JM Wall street. New York city. 00 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. JO Washington street. Boston. Miss. Sandthorqula 2, Hamburg. Germany. Slngel 238. Amsterdam. Holland. SI Lombard street. London. E. CL. En gland. Dorotheen-Stnsse 64. Berlin. Germany. 15 Uue du Louvre. Paris, France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presi dents. 1st. J. McD. Trimble; Id. E. L. Mai tin. 3d. XV. S. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenius. Arthur C Robinson. Secretary: W. S. Taylor. Treasurer. Frank B. Wilcox. Ass t Treasurer. J. J. Calmes. Ass't Secretary; E. S. Mosher, Ass't Secretary; Trlmblo & Braley. General Attorneys. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE We Handle GRAIN. PROVISIONS AND STOCKS en msrffiaa, There nererwaa a zncrv farorable tlma ana there is bo Ducn Known ia ukivct uiwir cauo fur conterrallrc. profita...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 July 1897

THE KAINSAS (JiTY J0U11NAL, SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1S97. li 3URLINGT0N ROUTE SPECIALS. BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE OR DER OF ELKS. JIINNEAPOLIS. MINN. July 4th and 2th: rate. J10 00. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA TION. MILWAUKEE. WIS. Julj 3rd to Sth Rate. J16.60. YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHRISTIAN UNION. DETROIT. Mini. Untl. July Cth. Rate, one fare round trip. PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. CELERON (UKK CHAITAUQUA).N.T tuly II and 12. Rate, one fare round trip. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN LEAGUE. DETROIT. MICH. July 10 to 12. Rate, one fare round trip. BAPTIST TOUNO PEOPLE'S UNION OF AMERICA. CHATTANOOGA. TENN. July 13th, 11th and 12th Rate, one fare round trip. TOUNG PEOPLE'S CHRISTIAN UNION, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. August 16th and 17th. Rate, one fare round inp. GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. RLTFALO. N. Y. August 21st and 2nd. Rate. 121.30. SONS OF VETERANS. INDIANAPOLIS. IND. September 7th and Sth. Rate, one fare round trip. FOURTH OF JULY. KANSAS CITY. ST. JOSEPH. ATCHISON and LEAVENWORTH. To Nebraska Ci...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 July 1897

f THE KAJAS;CITT'J0UIINAX; SUNDAY. JTTLY 4,1897. , . 15 PEERS WHO EARN MONEY. bourdon pmCKS qo into the wine business. J Titled Women AVho AVrlte for Fnper " Siren Queen Victoria's Son-ln- Zarr, the Marquis of Lome, Is a House Decorator. Aristocratic circles In Europe have been auiuzed by the recent announcement that the 1'rlnces Charles and August of Bour bon have gone Into the wine business. These two princes, with the blood of tnany rulers of France In their veins, have had a difficult time of It trying to make, ends meet. Unlike the Orleanlsts living in England, who are tremendously rich. those Bourbons are roor. lu France they hive no recognized posi tion, and by the laws or the republic are prohibited from entering the army, the only calling they could pursue without tarnish ing, the splendor of their ancestry. a's the Philadelphia Inquirer. Wearied of the long struggle to maintain a shadow of princely living, they have at last thrown oft all pre tence and stepped down to the ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 July 1897

16 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 4,1897- THE BIRTH AND OF GLORIOUS How the Nation's Beautiful Emblem Was Chosen. Story of the First Flag, ilade by Betsy Ross of Philadelphia Ear lier Flag History A Descendant of Betsy Ross in Kansas City Kindred Topics. The Starry Dinner apeak for Itself. Its mnlc Eloquence needs no aid to Interpret Ita Significance. Fidelity to the Lnion blnxea from Ita Sinn, nlle Klnnce i0 tlc Government beneath which ire live la Wrapped In Ita folds. Ednnrd Hterett Hair. When Widow Ross made the original flag of this nation she was j owns and hand eome the mother of two bright children, nnd her home was In Arch street in the city of Philadelphia. The manner In which she received the commission, the success with which she carried out Its details, and the general praise awarded her skill, are all matters of hlstorj and It Is a history worth the telling. The beautiful supplement given with to day's Journal, by one of Chicago's most brilliant artists, portray...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 July 1897

Bkt 1 mtrtta 4 voLua MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 5, 1897. MONDAY. PKICE TWO CENTS. mumu0 igm - P. NO. 25. i 7 HUB OF C HTION. TiiqHn OP A KANSAS CITY GREAT MOV HIGHEST TYPE OF KNOWLEDGE. IT IS TO BE RE-ESTABLISHED HERE IX AMERICA. Till City Hai Bern Selected i the Central Point From Which to Carry on Iie Work Vlewa at Slddl Mohamet, of" India. The ancient civilization of Indian lore Is be re-established In America through the Instrumentality of the wise men of India. Kansas City Is to bo a central point from which the work will be carried en. Eiddl Mohamet, ta'cibcr of Jalabad, who has been In Kansas City for several weeks as a representative of an order of wise men, said yesterday: "My peoplo have realized that this coun try Is the best field In the world for the revival of the ancient civilization; Indeed, that It Is the only field where a move ment In that direction could be successfully accomplished at this time. This is fitting, for In America was the oldest, the earliest and the...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, .TULY 5, 1897. r (f I - ! 4 IN FAVOR OF PARDON. st. pact. rici.nEnn"nEss-Fxops ox TJH3 AOUXOER CASli;, STORY OF NORTHFIELD RAID. lOI.i; lUlViUR AVItlTES A STATE . 3-IHNT FOR AVAHDKX AVOLFKR. Ah Norllitlrld Witf. Selected (or Itulil Attempt- "and Failure Aonnicer Iloys, Cole Claims, Did Tlirlr Best to Prc- cnt Murder. - St. Tnul. Mloh.; July 4. The Ploneer Fress has at fas't -tjecrficonvlnced that the lounger brothers should be pardoned. Alt t.'.tse Ions years the Press has insisted that th Missouri Landlts. who invaded Minnesota should be- compelled to remain In prison. The full explanation for this change of front Is not offered and whether or tot the board of pardons on the 12th Inst, trill obey -the- Press remains to be made history. . . It Is suggested by some that the Press! has discovered that the Younger brothers do not pay their way and, hence, it would be better to send them back to Missouri. The Youngers, of course, promise to be good if le...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUIY o, 1897. ; 1 I! I UEIS CITl KAS U- The Ilrnncli Office of TUB JOl'IlXAL hna removed to Ilooin E, Iluateil bldjr., where nil nilTertlaementa and Itema of nrni will receive prompt atten tion. Any comiilnlnta na to delivery of the paper will be apeedlly reme died If notice la Riven. Tel.Weat 23. E. C. Hosteller, DENTIST, Corner 5th and Minn., over Harris'. LfEELEY Institute SSErStV.'Efc 4 Tne only place In Kansas where the 1 Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addiction! are administered. Address as above. BBYAN WAGON OFF. STARTS OX ITS MISSIOXAHV TniP IN TO TUG "ENEMY'S COLWTHY." HAS TWO "APOSTLES" ON BOARD TRAVEL IX THE GOOD OLD "WAY, WITHOUT l'LII&E OH SOUP. Tliey "Will Sell a Hook on Free Sliver and Trust for Snpport to Those Who Are Devoted to "The Couae" Will Visit Murk Hunnn. Der Bryan wagon No. 1. with, two "apostles" on board, left Kansas City, Kns.. yesterday morning. Dcr wagon Is commanded by Professor Wat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 July 1897

&5 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY. JULY 5,1897. ; i'vm jt0-' u" yt THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S54. The Journal Company. Publishers. Rialto Ilalldlng, Mnth nntl Grand Art. NEW SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Eirgle copies c Sunday 5c DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Daily and Sunday. 10 cents per week: 43 cents per month. BT MAIL IK ADVANCE. V nnd Sunday, one year 11 00 - and Sunday. 6 month I 0" ! i and Sunday 3 months 1 00 ard Sunday, 1 month J Jt.,day only 1 year 1M eekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. P-uslncss Office S9 F-!ltorial and Society i33? City Editor S12 New York Offlce ., 31 and 33 Tribune BWg Chicago Offlce .. .1120 Masonic Temple J E. Van Dorcn Special Agcncj. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City. Mo . as Second Class Mail Matter. Weather Forecast for Monday. ir..Vit.tMi Tt.1. J TV ALlahnmn AnA Indian Territory Fair; southerly winds. For Missouri Showers Monday after noon, cooler In southeast portion, souther ly winds becoming westerly. portions, s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 July 1897

?5 -fClT :rss -yr- 5 MVM4BMtt THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. JULY 5,1897. 5 THE GAME ENDED IN A TIE. anGiricKT coTnsT nnrann THE IJLli;s AU 'I HE BREWERS. Geltlujter'ii Home nun Drlse- in the Mntli Tim the Si-arc IUncx Add Another In the Tenth, but Itnln Mop! the Unme. n has Us ues. In the last hilf of the Inn -b jesterda). when the fcore wai 'ivor of the Blues, the Brewers had on" man at sec ond and another at hlid. with nobody out. nd Terry at bat. A it meant a score of 4 o 3 In favor of the vis iiors The fans were Hiturbed in spirit, for it looked er much as i hough a beautiful con test were going to ter minate disastrously. Dark clouds that had rimmed tre horizon the most of the afternoon ame, scurrjing from the southvvtst on the ureast of an energetic breeze A rain drop splashed In the umpire s face Other rain drops fell in the field. The ball became as slippery as an eel. Two buils had bien cilled on the batsman, and It locked like a Cakewalk. The breeze stif fened a little ...

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. — 5 July 1897

lf K -- THE KANSAS CITY JOURN IL. MO KDAY, JULY 5, 1897. 6 L -. l r - : COMMUNICATIONS. 5 ::-: TJip Ten Lout Trllii-s. To the Editor of The Journal. In The Journal of June 20 an article with the uboxe headlns appeared oer the signa ture of "George Wilson " There Is a great chow of learning In the paper sufficient to found a new sect and with about the same substratum of truth as sects generally are founded upon, that Is to say, false prem ise"', defecthe reasoning, wrong conclu sions As some unwary soul may be led astray by the appeannce of learning, and as Mr. Wilson himself Is eldently honest In Ms belief of his own theory, I think. the paper ought to be answered As no one has undertaken the task. I enture. with jour permission, to make a reply. The meaning of Israel. Mr George W ilson's ren dering K tht ten princes of El," and he proes It thus to his own satisfaction at lerst "Israel Is made up of 151. the well known Deltj nnmc for its list Haiti . S.rru a prince, but here ormina...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 July 1897

A-w THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. JULY .5, 1897. sv t& IK hf cJ a. r 1 If 8 ti. rej P ru T t H J I 1 ft WASTED MALE HELP. WANTED An idea. Who can think of ome simple thin? to patent? Protect your Ideas, they may bring you wealth. Write John Wedderburn & Co.. Dept. E. 2. pat ent attys.. Washington. D. C. for their J1.S00 prize offer and new Hat of 1,000 In ventions wanted. W ANTED 2 young men, J10 per week; nnd upvis agents teamsters, laborers, rip rap laborers. 9 West 5th St.. room 9. WANTED Salesmen for oils and special ties, large returns. Reflnerv.Doan it Nickel Plate. Cleveland. O. EMPLOYMENT AGECIES. CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, and furnished rooms. 1044 East 12th st, cor Walnut. Tel. 1179, The best place In K C, Mo., to find help or situations, male or female. 17 years' experience. Ref., Omaha Nat. bank. Omaha: Citizens bank. K. C ' WAMKD-AGKXTs. WANTED Agents. Bicycle tires. J5.50 Salr, express paid. best '97s. full warranty.' Ilnerallzed Rubber Co., New York. to re...

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

w. .. y 8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 5,1897. RATHER A HYSTERICAL BIRD. LOST A FBW TAIL KEATHEHS YES TEIlDAYl ItEVT GO TO-DAV. Fine IlnlRCfl Over the Xeiv Library for the Flmt Time To-day's Ctlt- bratlon Some Patriotic Sfrmnm. Patriotism got the best of a good many of the younger generation yesterday, and dcypite the stringent orders of the police and the fact that It was Sunday, occa sional reports of firecrackers, big and little, were heard In every portion of the city at all hours of the day. It was traditional Fourth of July weather. It rained In the morning, and last evening there was a tremendous downpour. Jlany preachers delivered sermons appro priate to the day. The only public recog nition of the anniversary yesterday was In the forenoon, when the first flag was raided over the new public library building, at the corner of Ninth and Locust streets. The handsome flag was the gift of W. A. Keller, the contractor on the building. All the members of the board of educa...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 July 1897

ffan Jutmtal Iw' U i-iv' VOLUME XL. NO. 26. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 6, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. SHOULD COME HEBE. 31 AM' nEAS ,As,CED FOR, THE LEAG iVETIOV. SOME POINTS EOGRAPHY. ALL ARE FAVOR V THIS CITY AS THE Kansas Conference Coramlltfe Will Call on the Commercial Club To- da j Strong; Delesntlon W III Back Kama City nt Detroit Meeting In support of the claim that the national Republican Lcaguo could be Induced to meet here next jear, some geographical ar- raent Is presented. As all know, geogra- 'hv plays a part in all such matters. The rst thing demanded by those who relect meeting place for the leagua relafs to accommodations. This being assured by the various points, then the question of geog raphy enters Into the argument. It Is recalled that the first league meeting was held In New York city In 1SS7. This was the beginning of the national league. Two years later the meeting was h;li at Baltimore. Other places of meeting are as follows. Nash Me, 'SO; Cincinnati, '...

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