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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 August 1897

lift JCangftj? mtttm VOLUME XL. NO. 58. SATURDAY. KANSAS CITY, AUGUST 7, 1897. SATURDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. Jff feJIJl' A GIGANTIC SCHEME. SYNDICATE TO TAKE 200 MIXERS TO THF 1NDIKE. WILL WORK r:NTY CLAIMS. STEAMER CIIAiSi "JI TO TAKE PARTY TO CHAEL'S. ETery Claim With I Q Miles of Daw- on City Snlil to 'nkcn and Men Are noh II Over the Country Looking for Locations. New York. Aug. 6. Robert Rending, superintendent of Edwin Gould's Conti nental Mining Company and a graduate of the Columbia University School of Mines, left here to-day for Klondike via Denver, to take charge of a mining expedition organized to work twenty claims In the richest portion of the gold fields. The corporation Is composed chiefly of raclfic coast capitalists. J. P. Llppmann, of San Francisco. Is president. At Denver, Mr. Reading will gather. If possible, 2W ex perienced miners. From Denver. Mr. Reading will go direct to Portland, where the Elder, a small steamer chartered for the purpose, will be waiting tor t...

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. — 7 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1897. 2 RATIO IS 36.6 TO 1. BILLION NALIE OI' AMERICAN' SIL- vnn DOLtiis i 4:s. cents. WHY SILVER HAS TUMBLED. MINT DIRECTOR PRKVION SAYS THERfi IS .NO UU1UND l'Oll IT. Sees No Fulurr for It nutl Predicts That II Will Sell for -lO Cents tin Ouiit-t- "Within Six Month Views of a Colorado j. Mltrr Mtiri. Washington. Aug. . "The bullion vjlue of the American sliver dollar, according to yesterdaj-'s market price of silver. 1 Just 43 S cents." said Mr. Preston, the director of the mint, to-day. 'This makes the com mercial ratio between silver and cold K6 t-j 1 instead of 16 to 1. In order to make our s'lver dollar equal to a gold dollar at this rate It would have to contain NO fine Brains of silir. If the alloy were added, the total would be 913 grab-- " "How do jou account for the recent de cline In silver?" Mr. Pre'ton was asked. "Simply the lack of dem?nd for it. I see no future for silver whatever. Yes terday's market quotations made it 56...

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. — 7 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1897. kb mr. m. The Urnnch Office of TUB JOUIINAL lis reinored fo Room E, United Iildtr., srhere nil advertisements and llrai of ncni will rerelre prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to delivery of the paper Trill Ite speedily reme died If notlee Is siren. Tel. West S3. KEELEY Institute Sssars?,.1 The only place In Kansasvvhre the Grnulne Keeley Henedles and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered Address as above. SEND YOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Corner Fifth street and State avenue. No de structive machinery used. Tel West 83. WAITING FOR LEEDY. WHILE AITINfi IlKV. C. II. ST. JOHN M HITUS A LETTER. RECALLS GOVERNOR TO DUTY. DEMlDH T1UT HIS OATH AS A OF FICEIt UK FULFILLED. 5ar for the Mighty Dollnr the Strom Officer Pnls Ills Font on the Law anil Trnrnplrs Upon It lie Wnuts to See the Lnvvs Unforced. During the campaign In Kansas last fall Rev C II. St. John, of this city, was one of Governor Lccdy's m...

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. — 7 August 1897

THE KAK5AS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7,1897. te Kansas tBtn foramal. Established 1S34. TUB JOlRAL COJlPsAV, Publisher. Rlelto Building. Ninth and Grand Avenue. subscription Itntcn: By carrier. Dally and Sundaj. 10 cents per week. 45 cents per month. ,. B mail. Dally and Sundav. one rnontn. 40 rente, three months, . six months. -. one year, ti. bmgle cot. 2 cents. Dally. 5 cents Sun- da. TlieW.ekly Journal and Agriculturist Published Ihursdaj-s. cents per year. Telephone: Business Office. SO: Edi torial Room S12. Kansas City. Kas.. - - Foreign I ertUlndJ TheJL5:,y.an Dcren Special Agency, with offices ISO Ma sonic Temple, rhteago and 31-12 Tribune Building. New ork. hole agent for foreign advertising . Entered at the Post office at Kansas City. Missouri, as second class mall matter. WVntlier 1'orecnst for Saturday. Washington. Aug. C.-For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Showers In the earlj mrrnlng. proably followed by fair, variable winds. . . For Missouri: Generally fair, warme...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1897- ABBEY EARNS A VACATION. "WHY NOT I-AIIM HIM OT TO THE lllvON imEll LEYGlEf VhlIe He May lie a Good Thins for Opposing Ilntamen Bent Cpon Fat tening Tliclr ATrraBcn, He Is Do ing Little AVorU for the Utile. Dctrnlt. Mich.. Aug 6.-Speclal ) The Detroit ball club established a new batting record vMilch will likely stand for some moons to come. There have been as many us seven home runs made In a game. S'rangely enough, the seven homers were made by the famous old Detroit league c'ub n June. 1SSS, the old leaguers making tvvtn'y-one hits, with a total of fortv-four bases. To-day Detroit swatted Pitcher Bert Abbey for twenty-two hits, with a to tal of forty-one bases, the extra Jams be ing two doubles, threo triplets and three homers. . The notable feature of the game and tne or.s which will stand as a record. Is the fact that :be three home runs wero made In one round by three "?H,1,at,fi': men and were all made Inside the grounds the l...

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. — 7 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. AUGUST 7,1897. J. S. FIIZHUCH. Preildent CITIZEN W. H. SEECER. Ciihltr. H. C. SCHWIIZCEBEL. AitltUnt Cathler. National Bank. OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN THE CITT. n?rprtnrc Sidney McWilliams. W. N. Moore. Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap UIICtLUIS. pe AIex Gebhart. M. V. Watson. H. P. Wright, Fred Huttlg. Geo. Holmes, b. J. t itznugn. t . n. seeger. it. j. scnwitzgeDei. Missouri.Kansas&TexasTmstCo. Seventh and Wyandotte Streets. KANSAS CITY. MO. CAPITAL - ffil.SSO.OOO Surctus and UndWided Profits. $1,150,000. C'j w ail street. New York cllj Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. Us Washington street. Itoston. Mass. S..ndthorqula 2. Hamburg. Germany. Slpgel 238. Amsterdam. Holland. CI Lombard street. London. E. C. En Bland. Dorothccn-Strasse 54. Berlin. Germany. 15 rtu du Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stilwell. President. Vice Presi dent: 1st. J. McD. Trimble; 2d. E. L. Martin: 3d. W. S. Taylor. 4th. Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary:...

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. — 7 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST Y, 1897. BUFFALO AND RETURN. Crnnil Hound Trip nirarilon-Cranil Arm nnil Friend. Rcund trip excursion tickets on sale Au gvn ;i and 22. Final return limit to Sei terr.bcr 20 To ko and return via rail or boat from Toledo or Cleveland. ROUND TRIP RATE. J2L39. The Missouri raclfic railway has been leclarcd the official route for all of the Kansas City Grand Army posts by their torcrrittee. A special train will be run from Kansas Ht to Bffa'o, leaving Kansas City Satur lav evening. AUKUst 21, at 10:55 p. m., iqupped with Pullman sleepers and chair jar all seats free), to be run through. In, will be a sure connection for all ras ter re rs from Kansas. Oklahoma, South nt t Missouri and Nebraska. Special ar rargements for all Missouri Paclnc passcn ters for very many popular and cheap ex tirslons to Niagara palls. Lowiston and Tororu daily from Buffalo. Regular trains leav e Union depot at 9:13 a. m.. 1:1a. 300 and For1' tickets, berths and all Inf...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 August 1897

P-5jT THE-KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST- 7,1897. 8 STOCKMEN WEAR BUTTONS. FOLK 111 MKi:i IMTIATED IXTO TIIC MYSTERIES OP AD31IRER5. Button Displace 1,00 MckeU on the Air Line Free Shave for Admir er Monday Convention Hall Court Convtnm To-day. 0cr fiOO convention hall buttons were told yesterday. In addition to those sold In various btores .and public places which v.cre not reported to the committee. A dr.cs.Uion of Kansas City Admirers, head ed by President Stllwell and accompanied bv a bras band, visited the stock yards Just lefore noon and hold 4uG buttons. Pres ident Stllwell himself disposing of 15 of ti.cm. Only one of the men drafted by President Stllwell to make up the attack ing party failed to bo. This was A. V. N-.tr.an, who was courtmartlaled yester day afternoon and ordered to pay a flno pt luO buttons. This ho promptly did, increas ing the number of buttons disposed of as a result of the stock yards trip to SOG. Alex Hilton, general agent of the Alton, ordered ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 August 1897

Swttpftg ttfiial -GaS-- tVVr-; .- TTJMEXL. NO. 59. SUjDAY. KANSAS CITY, AUGUST 8, 1897 TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY. PRICE FIYE CENTS. mafww Jir 3 DO VUE IS GUILTY. co.tric 3& C3 A en itr;u OF THEA- TUB STITC LUNACY WAS CLEARLY PROVEN. niE cornT snows no mercy a.vd fi"es him iikvmlv. Xrosecntor Wntrrs Aim out Secures Ihc Aeqnlttnl of the Defendant, but He la Convlctcel Through Efforts at Mnj. Wnrner, of the Defense. Donohue Is guiltj-. James Donohue, de scended from the noble family founded by O'Donohue. of Italy, -who accompanied St. Patrick on the crusades against the snakes of Ireland, was convicted jesterday In the highest tribunal of Kansas City of the heinous crime of treason. lie 'Mil not be shot The supreme court of Admirers of Kan sas Oft concned at 2 00 o'clock jesterday afternoon, with Maor Jones on the bench to try James Donohue, a ton of Belial, from the countrj of Wajbick. He had lieen in dicted for treason. Judge J. McD Trimble, prosecuting attorney of the court of Ad mir...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUISDAY. AUGUST 8,1897. 2 ASTCGEEENBiCKS" SHAM. KAXSiS YOITII BE T.VI'CIIT they aih: I'nojnsKs to pay: ANOTHER TEXT BOOK DISPUTE. STRYKER WAXTS A niT OF nEPUB- LicAMMi eliminated. Publishers Suy Tliry Won't Eliminate It nu.l Mr. Slrjker !-uj Tiny Musi lit.IMIO Hoof May Be Rejected Kansas r" lltlcnl Xcvc's. i T,C"ka Kas Au. ". (Special.) "Trcas ur notes, .-ommonly called greenbacks. Brt' a promise of the government to pa,. From 1n to 1ST. they were not rwleemab.e or 1 for that reason floated Mow imr. After 1ST the- promise of the government to take them for all dues brought them up to iar. Tlie little paragraph of forty-fix words q-Mcd above ha created no end of trouble, is hats brought on an estrangement between m Tiber of the mate textbook commission, h- created 111 feellnK lietween the state h-j-i. r.nfen.lent of school ami a prominent textbook publisher, ami may be the caue of tho rejection of ).) copies of one of the textbooks being lirinte.l now under c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST tH7. GREATER UNION POSSIBLE. TUB NO-C.IOX COMPANIES "VAXT STRO.VUUU OKGAXIZAT10X. They Drcldn to Accept Plan of fiov ernlnjr Committee to Arert an lmarancc Kate Var Gen eral Inenrnnce Xeiri. Twenty-eight non-union companies have signed an agreement to restrict their agents to commissions of IS per cent, and have by this action averted what might have proved a disastrous rate war. The meeting of non union companies at Chicago was attended by representatives of about 73 per cent of the non-union companies doing a general agency business. William Trembor. secre tary of the German of Freeport. called the session to order, and was elected chairman. V. Fred McBaln. secretary of the Grand Rapids, was chosen secretary of the meet in g. After a short discussion, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted by an almost unanimous vote, as expressing the views of those present, and a committee of seven, consisting of "William Trembor, Theodore W. ...

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. — 8 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. AUGUST 8,1897. ZUt KansB5-itsromal-. EaMihvI-lK54. TnE JOl'KXAL COMPANY, Vnbllsner. Rlclto Building. Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription Rntet By carrier. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. " h fc mail. Dally and Sunday, one montn. V cents: three months. fl: six months, J-. cr.c year. iL . Sicgle copies, 2 cents, Dally: a cents Sm CJV Tlic-Weckly Journal and Agriculturist Published Thursdays. cents per year. Telephone! Business Office. SO: Edi torial Rooms, 812: Kansas City. Kas.. Vv-. - Korclgn VilverllnlnBt The J. E. Van Dcren Special Agency, with offices 13 Ma sonic Temple. Chicago, and 31-12 Tribune Building. New York, sole agent lor foreign advertising. . Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City. Missouri, as second class mall matter. Weslhrr Forecast for Samlny. Washington. Aug. T.-For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Threatening weather, with showers Sunday morning; firobably fair Sunday afternoon: variable winds. Tor Miss...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1897- THE BLUES WIN TWO GAMES. TUB TEV31 TAKES A HHtCB AD FLA1S GREAT H4X.L. Both Gamn Were Full of Brilliant ria Pardee and Foreman Filched tike Veteran He cults of Other Game. Detroit. Mich.. Auk. 7.-(SpeciaU Two defeats were administered to the Wolver ines this afternoon by the Blues. The Cow boys won both games strictly on their merits, and the happiest man In seventeen states to-night Is Jimmy Manning. The Kansas City plaj ers dlspla ed a most start lion reversal of form, outbatting and out fielding the home crew. , The first game was as exciting up to the tetcnth Inning as a modern melodrama. Up to that time the score had been tied three times, and the outlook -was as uncer tain as election returns from a backwoods district. Rusie Pardee, a big. husky fellow, Tilth shoulders as broad as a freight car, who had served an apprenticeship in the St. Joseph club, of the Western Associa tion, fired the sphere for tho tsitors and proed as coo...

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. — 8 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUKXAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1897. 6 IEEIEY Institute ESS.1 ft Tne only place in Kansas where the It Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licensed Ladr Undertaker for Ladles' and Children's Funerals. Cor. State Line and '. IK It'v'il. Tel 'J4.W. TRIED TO PLAY EVEN. wo.ma.n nnvEtoi'i as a factor IX POLITICS. HAD CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF. said to have i'irmmied rixus FOH HIS CAMPAIGN. Mrs. !. S. Peterson, Wldovr of the Lole Sheriff of Wynndotte Count-, Bit terly Oppoed to Longfrl lovr'a Nomination I'oat Cmnpnlcn Story. A rumor Is going the rounds among Kan Mi City. Kas.. politicians to the effect that Mrs. S. S. Peterson, wife, of the late sheriff. wa-5 responsible for the candidacy of WiH Um G. Bird, who made the race for the nomination of sheriff at the recent Re publican primaries. It Is currently report ed that the widow of the deceased sheriff put up the bulk of Mr. Bird's campa...

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. — 8 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUSXAL. SUNDAY. AL'Cib'ST P,1S!7. OLD CHINA AT American Views, Produced by the Old English Potters Dur ing the First Quarter of the Present Century, Being Collected. Amy Seville Wolff. In Philadelphia Times. Not all cf history Is to be learned from books. There has recently been placed on exhibition at Memorial hall, in Falrmaunt park, a collection of china, mainly old fashioned nl.it es. which are as intere-ttins and Instructive to the student of history . .v.-.. , . th. inipnt nf art Thev as they are to the student 01 art. ine vary in size and design and oraetlm?s in color, but nearly all are of the blue and white ware, precious In the eres of the col lector of old china and reminding us forcl bly of the cups and saucers, platters and sravy bowls, disposed to advantage In our Grandmother's corner cupboard. The English potters of the first quarter of the present ceniuiy were umuiuuua auu progressive. They seem to have had what the Americans of to-day designate an "...

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. — 8 August 1897

t-HE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 8,1897. 8 r ' '', )j .U-.-.v - Said a young engaged girl to us the other day "We are going straight Into our own house as soon as we return from the wed ding tour; this I insisted on, for I firmly be lieve that no house Is large enough to hold two families." The air of worldly wisdom that emphasized these remarks set very prettily on the youthful fiancee, and v.e were forced to admit that her views as far as our knowledge of life went were emi nently proper and correct. Mothers, the dearest and best creations of God. never quite recover from the surprise that overtakes them when their daughters, whom they have nurtured tenderly for nine teen, twenty or twenty-one years, giving them everything that was in their power, devoting every thought, every muscle to at tain their happiness, suddenly meet one who Is a comparative stranger, and. appar ently forgetting all about the love that has been theirs In the past, trustingly, happily u'ulk out In t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 August 1897

1HE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUKDAY. AUGUST 8,1897. 9 Pijy jj wuIAju COLONIAL BEDROOM IN Tlin WOMAN'S BUILDING. TENNESSEE CENTEN NIAL EXPOSITION. She Once "Was Fair. Written for The Kansas City Journal. She once was fair, I hear you say. Her golden hair and eyes of gray Made In each heart for her a place. And that her sweet and gentle face Was bright as noontide of the day. You envied her, forgot to pray. Because she chanced to pas your way. Why say you then with laughing grace. She once was fair? When I am old. have lost each ray Of beauty's light. Oh sine no lay Of sad regret; let time efface All that Is fair, and weave her lace. Upon my brow but do not say. She once was fair. MBS. A. L. MCMILLAN. There aro few things absolutely new to write about fashions, to you can- but dis cuss the many ways of making up. with but small expense, the pretty, dainty, filmy materials that everyone may find so much reduced In price just now at the big stores. Never was there a time when a small out la...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 August 1897

10 THE KAXSAS CTlIT JOURNAL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1897. I. S. FITZHU6H. PrildnL W. H. SEEGEH. Cathler. H. C. SCHWITZGEBEL. Assistant Cishlir. CITIZENS National Bank. OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN THE CITT. Directors: Sidney McWHUams. W. N. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap pell. Alex Gebhart. 31. V. Watson. H. P. -Wright. Fred Huttig. Geo. Holmes, S. J. Fltzhugh. W. H. Seeger. H. C. Schwltzgebel. Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Seitnth an Wjndott Streets, KANSAS CITY. 3IO. CAPITAL S1.S50.000 Surplus ifl Undltlded ProtlU. 11.150.000. 3 Wall street. New York city. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. 113 Washington street, Boston, 31ass. Sandthorqula 2. Hamburg. Germany. Sired 238, Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C. En gland. Dcrotheen-Strasse 54. Berlin. Germany. IS Rue du Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presi dents. 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2d, E. L. Martin. 3d. W. S. Taylor. 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: . S. Tayl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 August 1897

THE KANSAS 01TY 0OtTilNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 8,1897. 11 n.KltlTT f-ALK. FREE! WCh each cash purchase of $3.00 and uprrarjj v.iu will receive free a very hand some f-.ir.dn.-unW gold rim glass water. cons.pt Ing of one large water pitcher and six glasses. Bankrupt Sale cf carpets Matting. Oil Cloth. Linoleum. I.are C'urtalr.s. Portieres will continue dur ing this tr.tlre week. ESPECIAL HOURLY SALES: From 8 to 10 a. m. Ingrain Rugs. 1 yard square. 13c. ingrain Rugs. H yard square, Sc. Samplo 1-ace Curtains. 23c each. " I-.dow Sb jdes. 7 feet Ion?, complete. IjC. A good cane seat Rocking Chair. S9c From io to 12 o'clock m. Ingrain Art Squares. 2'jx3. $3.19. Ir.graln Art Squares. 1x1. $4.93. T.ipestrv Portieres, per pair, $1.98. Chenille Portieres, per pair. IL79. Rope I'ortleres, per pair, .SL9S. From 12 m. to 1 p. m. Fancy Turkish Table Cover. $1-53. Rcgulir price. $5.00. Ol) Ioth per yard. loc. t'-rtaln Poles. 5 feet, Sc. From 2 to 4 p. m. Ch'r.a Matting, per yard. Sc Sta t rarpet. per ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 8 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUKDAY. AUGUST 8,1897. IS i MODEL SYSTEM. ELECTMC STREET nilLIVAYS OF TIIU 3ATIOAI capital. "TROLLEY" IS UNDERGROUND. ONLY WASHINGTON' HAS THE SYS TEM IX rilACTICAL OPERATION. Coats More to Unllil, but Leas to Mala- tain stem Hns Proved n. Ite- marknlilt- FInaucluI Snccea .No Dnncrr of Contnut NIth Current. Washington. Aug. '. Washington Is the only city In the United States, so far. that has in constant and practical operation a complete underground electric street rail nay sjstem. Other cities arc still In an experimental stage. New York Is tenta tively operating an underground si stem on ono of her avenues, end -nil! soon ex tend It, for it Is the only svstem that meets the requirements of this age of progress and rapid transit. 'Washington Is so well pleased with her experiments that the puu- rnmmm UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC CAR GOING AT THE RATE OP TWELVE MILES AN HOUR. lie and the railway management are agreed on the point that neither would go back to cble ...

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