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

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1897. ONE WOMAN'S WORK. how miis. levse plvyed smash 1VITII POLITICAL AMBITIONS. HER ROW WITH LEWELLING. ED LITTLE'S EXPERIENCE WITH A CONFIDENCE JH. toloucl "Whoop" Tomllnson Una W curled. f Fr r Mlver nnl Is n Hnntankerous t.uia Dcmet- -rul Asaln Crops "'' - Populism. Topeka. Kas.. J'!'' lT.-tPneetal ) The ut ter inabllirv of a woman to lw deaf when smn. thing is to u. heard, to 1 Mind when scirettir..? tu be seen, and to be dumb w on otnethlnf I- to k M. Jws shattered the iolltica! hopes of the three most con spl .ous Populists in Kanr-Lease. Lew elling and BreMenthaL I.ecsr lost licr job en tne state board of charities. Lewillmg wis turned down for re-noraination f-r p- crnor a .d Bretdentha! ms defeated for t i lied States senator. The uncrowned q . m started the ball and it U Mill roll " g T tory of the origin and different T of th fight Jn which tne-e three w"-e the leading figures Is Interesting. All t !'r- at one time were warm rrson...

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 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 18,1897. I WEBSTER DAYIS AT DETROIT JUS SPEECH BEFORE THE nErCIl LICA. NATIOXAL LEAGUE. Rcprcirntcd the Administration nt the Great Gathering: Xcir Tariff Upheld Glowlns Tribute to Grant, Garfield and Lincoln. 100 Doses in a Bottle Hon. Webster Davis, assistant to the secretary of the Interior, seems to have represented tho administration very ably, according to the Detroit Tribune. He elves administration Information of value at this time. Mr. Davis, In his speech before the Re publican League, said: "Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Convention: I am requested by the Hon. Cornelius N. Bliss, secretary of the Interior, to convey to this convention his regrets at not being- able to attend, In response to tho kind Invitation of President Woodmansee. And he also sends his best wishes and congratulates the league on the excellent work it has performed in the past. "I congratulate the league on the splen did record It has made during the past year....

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAX; SUNDAY. JULY 18,1897. U Iti to -- V THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1534. Tit Jonrnnl Company,,PnMUbcr. Itlnllo Ilnilulnc. Mnth nnd Grnnd Are. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES - Single copies Sunday delivered by carrier. Iz.ly and Sunday, 10 cents per week; li cents per month. JlY MAIL IN ADVANCE. ai'v and Sunday, one ear M Pi u and Sunday. 6 months ni and Sundav. Z months JO Pailv and Sunday. I month 0 Sunday only. 1 ear f Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, lyr DO TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Buir.rs Office J5 City Editor 81z New York Office II and 32 Tribune Bids Chicago Office .1C3) Masonic Temple J E. Van Doren Special Agency. Entered at the Postoffice at Kansas City. Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. "Weather Forecast for Sunday. Washington, July 17. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair, south easterly winds. For Missouri: Threatening weather; probably showers Sunday afternoon; south easterly winds, becoming northwesterly. For Kansas: Showers; cooler: south...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOUEJSTAL,SUM)AY. JULY 18,1897. i. r . f TWO GAMES IBIS AFTERNOON. TUB BIAES ASD THE IIOBOLIXKS TO FIGHT IT OUT TO-DAY. Rain Canari the Poitponenient of Yes terday's Game "Brownie" Fore man Suspended Blnnford. Much Improrcd. T..ere wasn't enough rain yesterday to save a corn crop In times of drouth, hut sufficient water fell to warrant the post ponement of the game of baseball sched uled between the Grand Rapids and the Kansas City teams. The sky was so threatening at the hour set for calling the game that, outside the park policeman and the official scorer, very few fans ventured to the grounds. A steady drizzle was soaking the field when Umpire Mar.assau announced that the game was postponed, and that two games would be played to day for one admission. The nrst game will be called at 1:30 o'clock. The Bobolinks coma to Kansas City stronger than at any time this season, and It will be a nip and tuck struggle for the Blues to win from them. Bevis and nlted wil. do th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 July 1897

6 TXE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 18,1897. ji Si , I ! UTAH'S ANNIVERSARY FIFTY VUAI1S AGO HRIGHAM YOl'XG REACHED SALT LAKE VALLEY. EVENT TO BE CELEBRATED. M'KIXLEY, I1HYAX AMI OTHER SOT AM. US TO IlE PRESKXT. tins from this small area many of the things they consume and having the social advantages of town life to a considerable degree. The church Is also the dance hall, and In the remotest hamlet there Is a Sat urday night dance led by the bishop. These social arrangements have contributed much to the contentment of the farming popula tion. There has been less temptation for the boys and girls to leave the soil and go to the large towns than elsewhere. The people live under such conditions that nei ther panics, strikes nor wars could serious ly menace their three meals a day. These conditions have made them pre-em!nntly conservative, and I'tnh Is nerhans the last place which would yield to the temptation of revolution. Founders of Mormon Irritation. CHARLES F. CROCKER DEAD. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JCLT 18,1897. 7 3 r if H4LL FOND, $100,000. THIS FIGCRE WAS PASSED I1Y yes terdavs &unscniPTios. AUCTION SALE OF BUTTONS. O.tLY FORTY-FOLR OP THE first 10O DISPOSED OF. Knnim CIIj'j Admirers "Were Ont In Force, but Prices Ruled Low Top otch, $30O List of Those "Who Got the Buttons. The general committee of the convention hall held a meeting at the Commercial Club yesterday afternoon. Chairman Camp bell said the amounts subscribed to the fund had Increased it to ot er J100.0M. with out Including the sale of convention "hall buttons, which, up to that time, had amounted to over $1,500. He said that if the tarious committees appointed to solicit sub scriptions in certain districts assigned to them would give the matter their time and attention for two or three dajs the fund would be raised to the full amount requir ed Mr. Campbell called attention to the fact that a number of prominent business men have been neglecting their business for the past fo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 July 1897

8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JULY 18,1897. ' I, Two notable weddings In the cabinet cir cle the coming autumn or winter will fur nish unusual Interest to the first season of the new administration In Washington. The recent announcement of the engagement of Miss Frances Alger, daughter of the sec retary of war. to Mr. Charles B. Pike, of Chicago, was a great surprise to the friends of tho Alger family. The bride-to-b.5 Is tall and slender, with black hair and eyes and a most slender carriage. She has had tho advantage of the finest schooling, is a finished musician, and, as a result of extensive travel abroad, speaks German and French as readily as her native tongue. Like all truly up-to-date society women. Miss Alger is an expert horsewoman, and is exceedingly fond of all outdoor sports. No date has been decided upon for tho wedding, but it is known that it will occur before many months have passed. The postmaster general and Mrs. Gary are the parents of seven lovely daughters...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 July 1897

THE KANSAS GITY JOUByAIySyiSfr VY. JJJiy 18,2597. . I Was Unkind. J was unkind, .and. vet I. knew - .. I loved him then was love untrue? Ah, me, I saw him turn away. He tried to smile, tried to be gay, A pained look In his eyes of blue. He knew not why as moments flew, I silent was an effort, too. It cost me. yet that fateful day .,. . I was unkind. & To-day were glad could I undo The evil done; I would renew The happiness I wrecked, and say, Forgive, Ob, love, forgive, I pray. Look in my eyes forget, will you? I was unkind." MRS. A. L. McMILLAN. Lyons, Kaj. The fascinating details of fashion in sum mer dress are second In importance now that tho season for bargains has corns around again, though the eternal question of clothes and how to make them 'never Quits loses its hold en the feminine mind. To be sure, shopping in July is not tho most blissful summer occupation, says the New York Sun, but the prospect of getting anything at a reduced price is inspiring to the average woma...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 July 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY" JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1897. I tf 3 S. 1. FITZHUGH. PresldenL W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS ri5fo--rt-o Sidney McWIHIams, W. N. Moore, Stuart Carener. Phil E. Chap LMieCIOrS . pcU Xcx Gebhart, M. V. Watson. II. P. Wright. Fred Huttlg. Geo. Holmes. S. J. Fttznugn, Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Seventh and Wyandotte- Streets. KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - ffil.S50.000 Surplus and Undltlded Profits. S1.1SO.O00. 26 Wall street, New York city. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. 14) Washington street, Boston. Mats. Sandthorquia 2. Hamburg. Germany. S.rgel 23S, Amsterdam. Holland CI Lombard street, London, L. t... un- Dorothcon-Strasse 54, Berlin, Germany. 15 Rue du Louv re, Paris. France. Arthur H. Stllwell President. lce Presi dents lt, J. McD Trimble; 2d, E. L. Martin 3d. W. S. Taylor. 4th. Jacques T. Nolthenius . Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: W. S Taj lor. Treasurer. Frank P. Heox. Ass t Tie.hurer, J. J Calrnes. Ass't Secretary. E S Mosher Ass't Secretary; Trimble...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY sTOTJENAL, SUiYDAY. JULY 18, I8yr. 11 It V f WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED An Idea. Who can tnlnK 01 some simple thing 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 Si SCO prize offer and new list of 1,000 In ventions wanted WANTED For Denver, first-class curb cutters, six months to one year Job. pay 10 cents per foot for cutting Ave Inch Col orado sandstone Address William Hajden, Journal office WANTED Salesmen In this state to sell cigars to dealer. $23 per week, experience rot required. National Consolidated Co.. Chicago. Ill WAtTED-FE31ALE HELP. WANTED A competent girl for general housework Northwest corner Eleventh and Indiana avenue WANTED AGENTS. W ANTED Agents, outfit free: no capital Deeded one agent one day sold fifty bicy cles meekly -ales pay big profits. e make a high grade bicycle as low as $22..i0. Write quick, exclusive territory. Alpine Ode Co. Cincinnati. O W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 July 1897

12 THE ItANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY. 5 oil 15,1857- BETTY GREEN TALKS. CUATS -with rni.Mv cAnPEXTEn AUOLT HERSELF. SECRETS OF MONEYMAKING. 11EAA E.N 1 HU ONLY SAFE PLACE FOR INVESTMENTS OW. She has a slight Yankee accent. Thtch comes I suppose, from her having been raised in Vermont. There Tas nit the slightest affectation about her. I dll not see an atom of the trickiness, hardness or of the suspicious character usually associ ated with the descriptions of her. I found her. in fact, rather modest than anything else Her Business Training. Mm. Green- NVorlnhop In tile Chem ical UanU Hoiv She Keeps loans Trials and TriuuIuUuna of an American Heiress Her Son. New York. July 17.-Mrs. Hetty Green was in her office in the Chemical National bank when I called upon her one day thu week. Hetty Green is taid to be the richest woman in the world. Her wealth is estimated at from forty to fifty million dollars At 5 per cent her Income must be over J3.O00 a day, or more than S3 a minute. da and ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 July 1897

kt fCan. Iinmml 4 YOLT-n XL. NO. 39. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 19, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. SJIjp 44Jyr r - SHIP t'll BY TONS. IN- ARRIVAL AT LE OF A CARGO FltOJl 1 -.OXDVKE. o MINES WON ILLY RICH. sinx are becoAixg millioxaires BY THE DISCOVERY. Brlnjc Home Evidences of Their Luck Hardships Are Met, bnt There la Xo Doubt as to the Gold. Tales o the Success ful One. ?--", Wab., July IS. Gold in Seattle -day Js weighed by the hundred pounds. The r tearaer Portland Is here from " the Klondyke and has brought in treasure weighing more than a ton and valued at not less than $1,000,000. Shortly alter the arrival two mlners,Clar ence Berry and Frank Phlscador, carried a basketful of dust to the Northern Pacific express office. It -weighed a little more than SOD pounds and -was valued, roughly esti mated, at $73,000. The announcement that the steamer Port land, from St. Michael's, Alaska, would brios down a large party of miners, each loaded down -with Klondyke gold, caused Intense i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 July 1897

J ' J 7 M THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, JUOXDAr, J ULY 19, 1897. i I WAS WELL BELOVED. father niTi.nn, -viio died sid- DEJLV I ROME SATIIIDA1. FAMOUS AS A WAR CHAPLAIN. O.NCE SE.NTENCED TO DGVTU AT LEXI.GTO., MO. Went to Chicago After the War, Where lie- Endeared Himself to All Catholics Wan to Ilase llccu Consecrated Illih- oii Yesterday. Chicago, July IS. Rev. Thaddeus J. But ler. D D.. who died In Rome yestcnliy on the eve of his consecration as bishop of the diocese Of Concordia, Kas.. held a place unique and peculiar to himself In the heart of the Roman Catholics of Chicago, both clergy and laity. It Is doubtful wheth er one-third of tho thousands who read these lines ever heard his full name before. He had been called "Father" and "Dj"tor" so long that his Christian, name was for gotten. He was renowned on two continent for scholarship. Half the priests In Chicago have studied theology under his tutelage He was a master, not only of Latin end Greek, but of every language spoken In c...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. JULY UU8OT. R. r ;- f KANSAS Cm KAS. The Branch Office of THE JODRS'AIi lias remoTcd (o Iloom 13, Hosted bide., srhere nil advertisements and Item of nevrs will receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints ns to delivery of the pnper stIU he speedily reme died If notice ! given. Tel. West 23. rrnru !:.. - Portsmouth Bid?.. CCLtl mSIIlUlB Kansas City. Kas. R The only place In Kansas where the II Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol ana .Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. E. C. Hostetter, DENTIST, Corner 5th and Minn., over Harris' ARMY NDBSES' DAY. WILL DC CELEIIRATED BY THE C. A. II. AXD WOMAN'S COUPS. DISTINGUISHED MEN WILL TALK ANNIVERSARY OP THE niRTII OF MOTHER niCKERDYKE. A Monument to lie Erected to the Memory of Mother Mary A. Stur E( Trades Amemlily Re fuse to Sustain a Boycott. The members of the Grand Army of the Republic and the various relief corps in Kansas will observe to-day as Army Nurses' day. The day ...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, JULY 19,1897. liM f THE KANSAS CIlY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1S34. The Jonrtml Company. Pnlillahem. Rlnltn llnllriliic, Mnlh nnil Cm ml Are. SEW SUBSCRIPTION r.ATES Single copies 2c Sunday 5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily and Sunday. 19 cents per week; la cents per month. BY MAIL IX ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year $4 00 D i and Sunday. C months 2 00 ! am! Sunday. 3 months 1 00 I'' and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sjnua only. 1 year 100 eekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Boners Office 130 City Editor 811 New York Office SI and 32 Trihune Bldg Chicago Office 13?) Masonic Temple J E. Van Doren Special Agency. Entered at the Postoffice at Kansas City, Mo . as Second Class Mall Matter. Weather Farccimt for Monday. Washington. July 1?. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Showers In the early morning, followed ly fair: southeast winds. For Missouri: Local showers, cooler Mon day afternoon: southeast winds, beoning II 'north, I 'I For Kansas: Show...

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

THE J&AASAS- QLJL'X , JUOttNAL, MONDAY, JULY ,19, 1397. THE BLUES TAKE TWO MOST ASTOXISHIXG BASEBALL EVENT OF THE SEASON. GARRISON FINISH IN SECOND. -7VEEDED SIX SCORES TO TIE AND T1IEX AVON OCT. Jack Menefee Winn the First Game by , a Dnrlnnr Sfenl Home After Whlted lln.l Been Hatted Ont nf the Ilox Menefee Goeii In and Winn the Game. Three thousand of the most enthusiastic fans that ever gathered at Exposition park turned out yesterday and rooted the tall- cnders to a double victory. They rallied around the standard of the losers as though they were three time win ners and cheered them as they have never been cheered before this season. And high and clear above the tumult of the throng sounded the praises of one whose untiring efforts made it possible for the Blues to accom plish the rare feat of winning a double vic tory. Jack Menefee VjjW was tho bright par ticular star of the day's double exertion. Jack Menefee, lnflelder. outfielder, occa sional pitcher. He showed the way ...

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, JULY 10,1897. c:xxxxxx:x-x-:kk X -. -ar-a- --- T- TT A tTS TO & X COMMUNICATIONS. HlWW The Opposition tn l'nrU. To the Editor of The Journal. The claim Is made that the opposition to parks Is confined to a small number of ier 10ns who have had no part In the upbulld ng of Kansas City, but who have grown -lc-h lioldliifr on to real estate which has be come valuable through the efforts of public iplrited and progressive citizens. While It js true that many of our wealthy citizens lave ivereUtently opposed all measures for :he development of the city that called for iny cash outlay on their part. It Is by no neuns true that the opposition to parks 13 onfined to them. On the contrary, fully line-tenths of the taxpayers or Kansas City ire emphatically opposed to the North and West terrace schemes, and regard the method by which it is proposed to raise money to 'pay for parks as being grossly jnjust. Inasmuch as it falls on land alone. They approve of ...

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

1 "V. I 1 THE KANSAS CUT JOUKNAJL, MONDAY, JULT-19, 1897.. SC'1 1 ( f THOROUGHLYDISGUSTED. ; Jlr. BIyLlns Could Kind Nothing la Print Tlint Could He He lled On. Trent the Washington Star. Mr Blkins was looking out Into space in Bilrnrc when his wife found Mm. ' Haven i ou anything to lead? she in- QU Nothing whatever." ho replied, with 'a great deal more solemnity than the occasion n'was0 plain that he was In a deeply pes s'mistic mood, from which It was deblrable to win him. If possible. "Hero Is a nevvsiwpcr," she ventured. 'Tver tried newspapers, he returned. I don t want anv. I haven't found one Of them that doesn't say fcomethinE with which I don't agree 1 m tired of havlrtg mi opinions affronred two or three times In ever lolumn" , "Perhaps voud like u novel. I bought a sew one and It 3 Aery interesting "I don't want any novel-!, either. Lverv ...... t t.m ia tinrreri with false ideas or life. They're libels on human nature. The modern novel is miunua " .". ... " BnAn.thTn .a....

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

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, JULY 19, 1897, 5 r ,. f - SALVATION OF THE STATE. IT IS FOUAD IS TUB AVGLFAHE OF Till: LABORER. Rev. llr. JenUIns Make Some Timely Obiertatlnnm Ilnacd Upon the Great Strike of the Conl Minor. Rev. Dr. II. D. Jenkins, of the Second l'rcsbytcrian church, delivered a sermon Ias,t nlRlit on the subject. "Strikes. Helpful and Hurtful." The breaking out of a strike." said Dr. Jenkins, "which threatens to be national in its spread and more than usually disas trous in Its consequences, turns again the attention of all classes to the industrial hituatlon and the moral questions Involved in its betterment. Difficult as are economic questions and complex as the factors which enter into them are, no one who is a true American expects to see them settled up on a purely commercial basis. The ques tion as to lalorerers Is not the same as tho question as to machines, at least with any man worthy of the name. As be tween two horses of equal weight and worth, tho only...

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

foe fCmt dlB'' tana. AOLUME XL. NO. 40. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 20, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. v 5HS fill rfr KLONDYKE OB BDST. LD TEVEH nEGIS TO BE FELT IV KA.VSAS CITV. V Y MEN EAGER TO BE OFF. ri . DIFFEIIENT FROM CRIF I'LE CREEK EXCITEMENT. Mslnns of Virgin Gold to lie Washed Out by Anj body and Everybody la 'What Sets Men to Lnjlnff Awnkc Mgh(- Many 3Iny Go From Here. "If I didn't hae any family If I didn't have any children, even, do jou know that I would settlo tny wife down com fortably and be off for Klondke next week?" remarked a 'Walnut street business man yesterday. "I believe there's some thing in that gold discoery, and I'd bo willing to take the chances." His ces sparkled as he spoke, his faco flushed. He was suffering the first attack of tho Bold fever. Plenty of men In Kansas City aro get ting It. and women, too. It is wonderful how quickly it lajs hold on one, and how Intensely. There are plenty of men in Kan sas City who only slept half of last night for t...

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