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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURXAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 1,1897. POPS ARE VERY BLUE. 3111. MMI'MVN M "IIt. IlllKIDKNTIIAL AAIL TOOKTIIEIt. ftGREE THAT DEFEAT IS CERTAIN a m: !.toki aiioit Tin: lvtu II IIII1M) KKI.LEV. How He llrcnnir Illegnsteil 'Willi I liristlitnltl" Mr. Ivellfj'n JoLc C3rite Wari llt-iiresrnla- on II c IVterw Outlines ills Polio. Kas.. July B. (Special.) It was tate lank commissioner a omt-R. or i.i nan Jerry Simpson had just tlrift . 1 i f!..m Washington, and was telling t t, ,i.iper correlndents what haoc tt. tit tariff I'M would play with the A;.rlan peopte. how it would make the n. 1 r.cWr and the noer poorer: how the , i ould not expect to become prosper ,. uu additional burdens of taxation i.. ,..1 uinm their fchoulders This task -trl t.d. ?lmton and Brcidenthal went u,, .-xi-tutlvc session that I-. they trr iSht they dld-lu Breidcnthal's private room Trc 1'opullst party In Kansas Is a gc-itr John." remarked Jerry. "Salt won't n . u ' Then, in a dfcMndcnt way, he .3-IIrur.l...

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. — 1 August 1897

JC- THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 1, 1SBT. CONEY ISLAND'S OWN BALL. UX TIMES AT TUB U1NCE OP THE IIOWEKY IM)IA.VS. It Wan Ii i- Annual Illovront of the People Who Do Business on Co ne Bowery Ulchtj-sevcn rlilclr In the Parade. lrora the New York Sun. They had a ball at Coney Island the other night Tuesday night and there was never an) thins like It before. There may be an other like It In the hereafter, but the old en resident of tho city by the sea never saw its equal. And they called It the ball of the Bowery Indians Coney Island's Bowery Indians. When John Y. McKane wielded tho toma liawk at tho Island he referred to the men doing business on Coney's Bowery as the uncivilized Indians. Some of the men so described overheard tho remark, and one of them grew angry. Then McKane's friends said the chief only meant the re mark as a Joke. Tho Bowery crowd took It good-naturedly after that, and tho men who own the concert halls joined with their v alters and cooks, and tho fran...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL. SUNDAY. AUGUST 1,1897. THE KANSASCITY JOURNAL Established 1851. THE JOL'nVAL COMPANY, Publisher. RL-lto Building, Ninth and Grand Avenue. Snbacrlption Ilatca: By carder. Dally iind Sunday. 10 cents per week; 42 cents per month. By mall. Dally and Sunday, one month, 40 rents, three months, Jl; six months, J2; one ear. l. Single copies. 2 cents. Dallj , 5 cents Sun-"a TheWeekly Jonrnnl and AisrlenMarlat Published Thursday, CO cents per year. Telephone: Business Office, SO: Edl torUl Rooms, 812. Kansas City. Kaf . W. 22 l'orelcn drrllslnei The J. E. Van Dcrcn Special Agencv. with oBIcm 1320 Ma sonic Temple. Chicago, and 21-32 Tribune Building-. New York, sole agent for foreign advertising. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Missouri. second class mall matter. cession offered In the- West district was rejected. It will save time. It will also save expense. a new ordinance would hsve meant new condemnations. It would heve required many months" additional ti...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 1,1897- BLUES LOSE AT COLUMBUS. BAIlKI.l ESCAPE A MILTOUT AT TUU HVM1S OI tiii: ACIKTI. Inability to Hit the Hull the Cnnse of the I.ejss of the Garaf-Jack I'leUett Horn Some Cirrus l'lnjlng at I'lmt Rase. Columbus, O., July SL (Special ) There never 'nag a minute that the Blues were In the game to any noticeable extent this afternoon, and owing to Rettger's splenelid pitching and the good fielding of the Sen ators, It looked very much as though the tallenders would be shut out. They dls 3ia)ed far more ginger and energy than n their former appearance here, and ?laed good ball, but on account of the lii blllty to do business with Rettger's lob Her curves, they took another hitch In the cinch which they hate on last place. Hulen did some remarkable fielding and C'onnaughton was also very much In evi dence, while Jack llckett saved the In lielders a couple of errors by a cleer pick up of a low throw and a. one-handed catrh of a high one that tai...

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

(5 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 1,1897. KANSAS till. KftS. The Ilranrli Office of THE JOITIXAI. lias rruotnl la Itoom E, Hasted bide., wliirr nil nilvrrll.rrorntt nnd Items of nens tTlll receive prompt ntten llon. Any complaints ns to delivery of the paper will be speedily reme died If notice l Bln. Trl.Weat 23. ifrnru !..:.- Portsmouth Uk3g. i ttltl mSI IUie Kiw. CUr. Kas, 1 f t only place tn Kansas where tbe Gr-il-e Kceley Remedl anfiTreat-r- rt rr Alcohol and Na-eotle Addictions ere r :-lftert5. Address s above. Mrs. M. L. Gates, I.crss'a Lxdr UBefertsfcer for Ladles' and rbli':rc" Funeral. or Male T.ine an-t ' II'. .B'rM. TrL -J4ZO. SEKD TOUR UKEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry. c rraf r Fifth itrret aad Kta-e avenue No de t'rctlrp m hloJT tS- Tel. Wet St In the fight for chairman shows that there is a general desire to head the committee which will lead a winning tight in the ccrrjng campaign. The full Importance of the position of rhsirman Is understood. In such a county...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

THE KAKSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUjSDAY, AUGUST 1,1897. A HISTORICAL BIBLE. AAAMHAKTOVS OATH AS A FREE MASON" TAKEN I'l'UX IT. TWICE CAPTURED BY BRITISH. BOTH TIMKS THE VOLIJIK AVAS RE TlllACI) TO ITS OW.NEIL Occasion of One of the Capture AVas Durinc thr Invnidon of rw Bed ford. lns.. In 17TK Xevv Hertford's IIIk Ctl elirntlon. New Bedford, Maw. July 21. An lnlerest lns feature In connection with New Bed ford 8 celebration of its incorporation as a city, which will occur on October 19-14. will be a reproduction, with as large a measuri of historical accuracy as la possible, ot the British invasion of 177S. On the 5th day of September In that year a hostile English fleet landed, destroyed the shipping and burned the town. The British acted in the matter, there Is no doubt, from motives of retaliation and pun ishment, rather then for purposes of plun der The same expedition afterward pro ceeded to Martha's Vineyard and ea.-ried off large numbers of cattle with considera ble money, but there...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

"gaBgsisgk.- THE KANSAS CITY JOUXNAL. SUNDAY, AUGUST 1,189?, l-igfcnriMfclJiiMffHntATi.a ; KEOttWnifM'iiUlt.. tK 2Zt 3TJIC NXSJVVrtlYW B -'-. iTl SJ MRS i& 4lltfn ' nrPAP' Mountain Song. Written for The Kansas City JournaL All the aspens are awake. La echo! Every fe-irful leaf a-quake. Laeeho! Rut my heart Is brave and light. For my feet are on the height. Laeeho, Laeeho! White I greet the world below, Laeeho, Laeeho, Laeeho! Come away, forget the vale. Laeeho! Languid limbs and faces pale, Laeeho' Hark the challenge of the hill. You may conquer If you will, Laeeho, Laeeho! High, come high, and rapture know, Laeeho, Laeeho. Laeeho' RUBY ARCHER. Sreen Mountain Falls, Col. Of course the young woman who spends all of her thoughts and equally as much of her money on her preparations for an ex tended trip, a sojourn by the sea, or months in the mountains, cannot bring herself to believe that there Is any fun 'to be had In a warm weather stay In the city abode, that has Its charms in ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

5.- THE KAMSAS (JUT JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 1,1897. 9 . ""-3e v liji BMn SM& fv t'S -oct ! r"2 - gn wa "mm The Woman-Heart. Bhe raid licr high soul In her lifted gaze. "Be happj-, dear' Hay ail tweet blessings crowu Tour life, apart from mine. Oh. may she prov c. "Whom sou have chosen, worthy jour heart's love Faithful and tender, as 1 would have been. "U Mother you maj remember or forget Tl.c brief, meet hour of Joy we two have known Be happj ! That Is all my spirit prays." But when (the chancing years had rolled between) They met onco more, and she beheld his face, Caro-llned and sad, as from heort-w earing pain, .And saw within his ejes deep mute regret, Love, and wild longing for love's dear lost grace, "Has he, too, suffered through the lonely dajs?" Smiling, the tears between, she bowed her head. (Pontile me, God') Oh. I am glad!" she said. Madeline S. Bridges, in Demoresl's Maga zine. In the present mode, with its jouthful flufflness. Its mock simplicity, lis baby sashes ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, STOfDAY. AUGUST 1, 1897. 10 W. H. SEEGER. CITIZENS Directors: Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Serenth ind Wyandott Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. CAPITAL - 91,850,000 Surplus an UndhldeH Profl1i.JUE0.000. 2. Wall street. New York cltj. IfiO Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. 14J Washington street. Boston, Mas. Rsndthorqula 2. Hamburg, Germany. Finpel 238. Amsterdam, Holland 21 Lombard street, London, L. C, En gland I)nrnth"pn-Slras SI. Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre, Paris. France. Arthur E. Sitlwell. President. Vice PreI- rfort, l.r T f,Tl Tnmnie: -a. r i- St. rtln M.' W. S. Tavlor: 4th. Jacques T. NolthcniiiS . Arthur r Pfthlnnn. SPCretarVl VV . b. Taj lor. Treasurer: Frank 15 Wilcox, Ass't Trxauurci- i j r!airne. Ass't Secretary. E S Mosher, Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braley General Attorneys. C. D FRENCH, President. Est 1S76. V T. Dillon, Vice Prest. and Secy French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, Provisions and Stocks. Private wire...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITT JOURNAL, SUNITAT. AUGUST 1,1897. 11 TROUBLES OF BAD REBATERS c c. Courtney challenges proof of charge akainst him. Stale Asent of Mutual Ilenent Life Airree to Forfeit WIO If Proven That He Offered Rebates General InMurnnre Xrwi. The troubles anions local life underwrit ers, started by IV. P. Motley, general agent of the Pacific Mutual Life, of Callfirnla, paying rebates to secure Insuranceamount ng to $25,000 from members and employes 11 l-e wholesale dry goods house of Swof ford Bros., continue to pile up. Wh-n It wa3 learned that Mr. Motley had paid a ebite on these policies the local Life Un Icrunters' Association held a meeting and r.d.tcd a letter to President Georgo A. Uoore. of San Francisco, which was cal-ulat'-d to bring from that gentleman a rigorous protest against the action of his icner.l agent In this territory- The letter icems to have failed of Its mission. IYcs Hlent Moore replied to the association un derwriters that on general principles ho w:is o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 1 August 1897

12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 1,1897. OURBUCDIAMONDS QIKKR FACTS AUOLT TUB COAL I-IKI.DS OF AMURICA. WHERE OUR COAL COMES FROM. TliC ATIIIllt;iTU RUGIONS AND TIIEIIt K'SOItMOLS OLTl'UT. Dur Coal Product Worth 31 ore Tlinu All Oar Gold and fell cr Euirllalx Coal and Koiv ilic FJrldn Are Ilnpldlr I'Ia- liiK Oat. Washington, July II I hate spent the last few dajs at the United States geolog ical burey looking up facts about coal and .oal mining:. The Keolvitts know more .ilut coal than acjoi.e e1. They can tell uu Jurt how the vtorld looked when coal w 13 made, ami they describe how there were ages of luxuriant growth consisting of trees and all kinds of mosses and plants, which, djing down jeer after year, became a creat matted bed of epetation. Thej tell )OU how this bed wan bottled up by lrf!r.g cotcred up with rocLs r:id how It I ru.ll turned Into coal. The can tell you Ju.st when this haipcned and how long- it tame to pass before Noah na a baby or Cain killed little A...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 August 1897

mht $n&&i ito ? jntttt&i $ VOLUME XL. NO. 53. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, AUGUST 2, 1897. MONDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. J DEATHBY DROWNING. S-o H nOYS FIND WATERY CRAYES ClE. V THE CREEKS A.ND niVERS. 5! I VICTIMS COULD NOT SWIM. 5 ? PS SEIZE TWO, WHO SIMC BE- ? IB HORRIFIED COMPANIONS. Nvllllnm nnil George Younjj Drowned In finish Creek Fred Url dee ford Loses Ilia Life In n. Creek Across tlie River Henry Hall Die In the Kbit. TIic river and creeks near Kansas City claimed four boy victims yesterday. Three of the bodies have been recovered, one Is lIng at the bottom of a treacherous stream that empties Into the Missouri river from tho Clay county tide northwest of Harlem. The dead are: WILL YOUNG. IS years old. GEORGE YOUNG, 16 years old. I-RED BRIDGEFORD, 11 years old. HENRY HALL. 11 years old. The lives of two other boys were all but lost In a futile attempt to rescue their companions. The Young brothers could not swim; they were drowned In Brush .VILLTAM AND GEORGE YOUNG. creek ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUliX,,L, MONDAY, AUGUST 2,1697. MRS. GAGE TO RETURN WILL liVI IIIIAVi: ALASKAX rER-II.!- IN SUAHCII OF GOLD. WILL START IN. EARLY SPRING. so.iiu ok hbii Kvi-ciiiiarES ut-n- lf A 1-OHMKIl VISIT. ITiiUr for the Men " Dellnc for lurlaurn on the Klondike Mnny Good Clnlms Abandoned for Better Ones Alas kan Townfc rh.capo Aug. 1- aire. "EH Gage, wife of tie son of the secretary of the treasury. one hlcngu woman who will Iirave the terror of the Klondike in the early spring. Fhe will wear the dress of the Siwash In dian, scale the crass of the Chilkat pass, plunge through the whirl of the Horse I?ea! rapids and Join her -husband on the banks of the golden bonanza. This looks easy enough in print. It t-ounds like the prospect of a little, summer Jaunt to some seaside retreat. It means noiiti.- an di-enture which has been faced by but two other women. It will, take thirty days covering me " . perpendicular, rocky, frozen and snow bound miles from Juneau to Dawson Citj. Her ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1897. KANSAS CITY; WIS. The Branch Office of TUB JOOR5AL bam removed to Room E, Halted bids., nfaere nil Bdvertliemtnti and Items of nevxs ttIU recelTe prompt atten tion. Any complaints a to delivery of tlie paper Trill be speedily reme died If notice is given. Tel. West S3. KEELEY Institute BSSS The only place In Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. ST. JOHN AND LEEDY. GOVER-eOR EXCOniATED FOR FAIL 1.G TO EM'onCE THE LAW. A VITRIOLIC COMMUNICATION. QIARLES C03IES 1 TOR HIS SHARE OF THE TO.GCE-LASIIIG. Officers Are Sworn to Execute All the Lairs on the Rooks nnd ot I'lcU Ont Those "Which It Is More Profitable to Violate or Ignore. Charles II. M. St. Jr-Sn. Ph. B . M. D.. of this city. Is after Governor Leedy andhis police department In Kansas City, Kas., w ith a redhot Iron. A. few days ago Chief of Police Quarles was In Topeka conferring with the gov...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 August 1897

4 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. Established 1S.VI. THE JOLR.N'AL COMPANY, Pnblllier. RI-Ho Building. Ninth and Grand Avenue. Maliicrliitloti Ilnlr.i By carrier. Dally and Sunday 10 cents per week. 13 cents pe- month. . By mall Dally and Sunday, one rnontn. 10 cents three months. II: six months. I-; on j car II Single copies : cents. Dallj 5 tents sun i:j - aiirtWrkl) Junrnnl and Aurlt-BllnrUt Published Thursdays. 30 cents per ear. Trlriilionem tcrla) Rooms M' Buslnes Office, 50. Bdl . KanMt Clt. Ka . W S. 1-orclKii dvrrtll" The J. E. Van Dcren Special Agency, with offices 1JM Ma ojr.ie Temple Chicago, and 31-r Tribune B- Ming New York, sole agent for foreign nJvertMng Entered nt the Postofflce at Kansas City. Missouri as niond class mall matter. cntlirr Forecast for Holiday. V.a'hIngton Aug. l.-ror Oklahoma and Jn.'-.sn Territory Generally fair, continued high temperature southerly winds. Kor Missouri Generally fair: continued high temperature. probably cooler In ncrtbwest portion Monday...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 2,1807- KLONDIKE! WELL, SAY, WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS?" .. Ill, , flK 11 iiiiiiijjs r . Tf WWM V rIWA- -.r "s- .rv " sa. i J (Hi Ilrw KANSAS CITY, 3; COLUMBUS 0, TUB III.II ADMINISTER V CO VT OF TIMELY WHITEWASH. llroimle" Foreman ritches n. Great Game nnil I Glieh Good npport The Second finme "ttns u Tie by a Score of - to '-. Columbus. O.. Aug. 1. (Special ) Colum bus and Kansas City pla)cd two games for one price of admission this afternoon. and although heavy showers in the fore noon and at the noon hour made the out look an) thing but fatorable. a big crowd turned out and was rewarded by seeing two remarkably clean and well plajed games on a very muddy field The only objectionable feature to the Columbus rooters was the fact that the Senators failed to win. as they were blanked in the first contest and in the second (fame the best they could do was a tie The score of the first game was 3 too Brownie Foreman, the pitcher Loftus thought he...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 August 1897

6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 189T. LIGHT THROWN, By Letters Hitherto Unpublished, Orders and Instructions of No Uncertain Tenor to His Rela tives and Others Sharp Raps Freely Distributed. From the New York Herald. The most Important of ail recent con tribution, to our knowledge of Napoleon has Just been made In Paris "1 he pub-ll-her. Plon, has brought out two volumes, containing i of his letters which luve hitherto been MjrupuiouMy hidden from the light 'When Napoleon III . in 1. or dered the publication of the correspondence of his illustrious uncle h gave explicit orders that evrj"thing should be suppress ed which might ip an way reflect upon tie character of the latter or upon anj members of the IJonaiKirte familj. As Prince Napoleon Napoleon III 'h first cousin and father of Prince Victor) was chairman of the committee, these orders were faithful! carried out The suppressed letters were rot destroy cd.howcver. Thi werecarefu'lv filed away among the archil es of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 August 1897

V ENGLAND'S BOLD STROKE. AH Europe, DUcduIhe the Abrogation of Belgian and J.crmuii Com mercial Treaties. London. Aug. 2. Tlie denunciation by Great Britain of the commercial treaties W.th Belgium and Germany Is the chief theme of discussion In the European news papers. The DaKj Chronicle says: "It is tne first triumph of free trade on a great and im perial scale, it U a curious irony of fate that It should be- the work or a ministry permeated cj the fallacies of protection ' Discussing the effect of Great Britain s tt-tlaii upon the United States and t.er rnany the Chronicle expresses the opinion that the former will certainly not lie the trainer while Canada can not lo??..bv ,"& riew cor.ell'ion of affairs, adding. Nor is It j'.kelv that Germany's natural -wrath in ill aOtherK papers express similar opinions. 'All are agreed that a great step ha been taken which will Urine England nothing nut gain it nas xvti . ..- - --- Important act of the government has met with such univer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 2 August 1897

TIIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1897. OUR NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY. iiev. nit. jnxKixs makes it the SlIUECT OP A SEKMOX. "We Shall Hare a Ilpautlfal Home lor Oar Ulirnry, Simple in Its Lines, as It Onsbt to lie, bat Graceful, Dlcnifled and Impressive."' "A Free Public Library" was the subject chosen for last night's discourse by Kev. 11 D. Jenkins, pastor of the Second Pres byterian church, and an attentive and ap preciative audience was present to hear It. He said in part: "A few days ago a member of this church noted a lad sittlne in the book department of one of our large stores, so deeply ab sorbed in a volume which he held open before him that he was evidently lost to all liis surroundings. The delight of the boy in his pursuit was so noticeable that tho gentleman made some inquiries as to who he was and how he came to enjoy the privilege of the shelves. It then came ,.. t.a hi Kirn of narents in straiten ed circumstances spent a large part of his Fummer vacation, young a...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 3 August 1897

kt jfiCatt ttntal . VOLUME XL. NO. 54. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, AUGUST 3, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. Citg m m key. mm ACTS. o,. CAUSES THE Aim BOYS FOB LL. rLAYI.NG 1 CSJ A TEST CASE W MADE. S.VYS HIS FAMILY t Q VILED tt ITII I BE V. nE. The Born Declare TliHt They Will Fight the Cone Oat In the Court and Deny That They Hnve Annoyed Iter. Jenkins Family. The threatened disruption between Rev. Dr Jenkins, pastor or the Second Presby terian church at Thirteenth and Central -treets. and the boys of the neighborhood who play ball in the vacant lots opposite his church, reached a climax last night when Officer Hogan arrested three of the bojs on a charge of trespass. The arrests were made without a warrant, "on view." as the police term it. The boys who were arrested W. Oliver Casey. Henry W. McKee and Horace Kidd were taken to the Grand avenue station. REV. DR. JENKINS. where tliey were booked. Half an hour later A. N. Church, the grocer at Thir teenth and Main streets, appeared and t...

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