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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 August 1897

tike mM0mitw : V V BJk V v iuwrnal TiU L. NO. 72. SATURDAY. ff- KANSAS CITY, ItfcusT 21, 1897. $WM0 LEFT. THIS U'E OK WHEAT HELD Tnl 5,V TO KANSAS CITV. O i KANSAS . 330,000,000 OF IT SATURDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. YESTERDAY'S SENSATIONAL BULGE AXD REASONS FOR IT. Receipts at Knnsas City Yesterday Were 1BSI.OOO Bushels, Something Cnnsual On an Ad-nnrlng Mnrkrt Dollar" Wheat Almost n Fact. ' i Another such sensational bulge In the wheat market as that of yesterday trill bring dollar -wheat' out ot the possibilities and into the actualities. No. 2 red sold at Kansas City yesterday at 5S cents; No. 2 hard at SO cents. The market advanced 3 to S cents. The primary receipts and shipments svere a significant feature o the day. "Wheat receipts at the leading markets were 839,000 bushels, and shipments from the same markets, 931.311 bushels, or 32,311 more bushels than -wore received. Everything -was sensational at yesterday's opening except the Paris market. Hun gary's crop was reported to be ...

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. — 21 August 1897

I SHIPPERS IMPATIENT 1VAT CAIILO IJ LI v U STOCK RATES RESTORED FORTHWITH. hank, of Cawker City. Two nationals made the change the week before the law went into effect the Wvandotte National and the Westmoreland National THEY WILL BROOK NO DELAY. OHJECT EVEN TO THE STWCTORV TEN DAYS' XOTICE. Confer 'Willi Alorne General Bojle as to 3Itnns to He Adopted to Uriiiff Rnilroatls to Time-Ron- Kansas City In Interested. He vV.aiitK It Ilaill. Topeka. JCus., Aug. 20 (Special ) George Trje, of Norton count j, is hot on the trail or the btate board of charities. He vantfe a job as carpenter at the Topeka insane ajli i. He arrived in the city to day with his entire -family and sais he proposes to staj here until he sets the job. He drone all the way from Norton in a covered wagon and was on the road three weeks. Topeka, Ka., Aug. 2). Special ) The attornejs representing the stock shippers cf Kansas hf Id a conference with Attorney General Bojle to-day for the purpose of determining upon what c...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 August 1897

THE KANSAS (gTYjTOCTff SATURDAY. ATjGUST 2i, i8)7. The Branch Offlce of THB JOURVAL has remoTed to Room E, United bide., where nil advertisements and items of neiri will receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to delivery of the pnper will be speedily reme died If notice Is riven. Tel. West 23. KEELEK Institute SSsr&r.Sa The only place in Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions re administered. Address as above. SEKD YOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Comer Fifth street and Slate avenue. No de structive machinery used. Tel. West 81 THE LAI STEPPED IN BRICK II0M:1M00Y OF A ELOPI.tti couri.i:. petition against the company for tlOOOO damages In the district court. Before the cause came up for hearing the company effected a compromise with her and the case was dismissed. In the petition filed jesterday it Is al leged that undue advantages were taken or Mrs. Beagle by the agents of the de fendant company during the hours of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOtgfcjIlDAY. AUGUST 21,1897. . Zte Kansa? CUn xromal. Established 1854. TUG JOURNAL COMPANY, Publisher. Rlelto Building-, Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription Rates: By carrier. Dally and Sunday, 10 cents per week; 45 cents ppr month. By mail. Daily and Sunday, one month, O cents: three months, $1: six months, $2; one year. $4. Single copies, 2 cents, Daily; 5 cents Sunday. TlieTVcckly Journal and Aerlcnltnrlit Published Thursdays, SO cents per -year. Telephones: Business Office, 250: Edi torial Rooms, 12: Kansas City, Kas., W. 23. Foreign Advertising: The J. E. Van Doren Special Agency, with offices 1220 Ma ronic Temple, Chicago, and 21-32 Tribune Building, New Torlr, solo agent for foreign advertising. has como to be regarded in the popular mind as a fixed sum required to he main tained by law. Since the taking effect of specie resump tion there have been redeemed at the pub lic treasury J192.269.S16 in greenbacks, all of which have been reissued. This means that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 August 1897

!j!SCvk? f"'"1cs!"-? ,y$$(C 55. Rs'?ijrir '. waji Y I THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AXTGTJST 21,1897- THE BLDES ARE) SHOT OUT. COAR HOLDS TITCM DOWS TO THREE WIDELY SCATTERED HITS. McVleker Makes the Only Feature Play of the Day, a Wonderful One Hand Catch of a Line Drive to Right Center 7 to O. if n -girt" The Blues were easy prey for "William Watklns and his aggravating bandof "Walla Tonakas yetcrday. The Indians swooped flown unon the de fenseless Manningltes chanting their war songs and lastnlghtln the wigwam ol the p-and sachem the cftly curling smoke of a new-made fire wooed a blood-wet scalplock that had hut that day adorned the pride and crown ed the hope of the loyal tribe of fans whose tepees are pitched where the waters of the Kaw mingle with those of the Big Muddy. The bcore was 7 to 0. "Jot" Goar was largely responsible for It all. In the thick wads of muselo that dwells In layer upon his stout right arm lingered the cunring of a BreltenFtein and the speed of a Rus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21,1897. M. J. TITZHUGIT, Prett. W. H. SEEGER. Caihier. H. C SCnWITZGEBEL, AuU CaiMtr. CITIZENS National Bank. OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN THE CITY. I Sidney McWllliams. W. X. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil B. ; Chap-nirprtnr;- pell Alex Gebhart. 31. V. Watson. H. P. Wright Fred Huttig. Geo. UlreCIOrS. -j j'- e j. Fltznugh. r. II. Seeger, II. C. Schwltzgebel. MONEY, STOCKS AND BONDS. REALIZING PROFITS CONTINUE AND FIUCES ARE LOWEIl. Missouri.Kansas &TexasTrust Co. Seventh anl Wyandotte Btreett, kaxsas crr, mo. CAPITAL - 3X,S50,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, tl.260,000. 1 Nassau street. New York. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. -a. 119 Washington .street. Boston. Mass. Sandthorqula 2. Hamburg. Gerraanv. Singel 23S, Amsterdam. Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, r. -.. "- Dorotheen-Strasse 54. Berlin. Germany. - T.. Hn T , "Parte FmnCC Arthur E. Stilwelf. President. Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trlmoie; m. a. . Slartln; 3d, W. S. Taylor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 August 1897

'.jHr-r THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21. 1897. SNAKE KINGJR COLORADO. ja. S. Bcnncr, of Craig-, Is So Tltled- Ile Brought Twen'ly nattier to Denvei;. A. S. Bennet, of Craig, brought twenty rattlesnakes to Denver Thursday. It was necessary to have them transferred from a box in which they arrived to a showcase. Harry Davis, a snake-charmer, was the only man In town who would undertake ilie job. He succeeded, but not until ho had been bitten by on" of ti.e snakes. ' "The minute that the snake bit me a peculiar thrilling sensation shot through ine that 1 cannot describe." fald Sir. Da vis. "I felt as though each drop, of blood In my veins had separated from every oth er drop and all of it was Handing quiver Ins in my veins. Something like the sensa tion experienced when your foot goes to sleep crept all ocr my body and for sev eral hours this continued. The sensation lias been gradually ceasing-., but I can mill feel it in the tips of my lingers and toes. No, I don't think...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 August 1897

'4 'BV'- "- iH .& PTIF 4g$M?m &v&mgBsp-fr r '.te" gy1 --j T ti . v,vv "- T. THE 'EANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21,1897. j ? JURORS FORSEPTEMBER TERM GRAND AND TETIT PANELS WERE DRAWS YESTERDAY. Jury Bravm From the Old Wheel, the Lint Not UcInK Btaar-.v New tircnt Jinny Important Case to Come Cp. The county court yesterday completed tho selection of the crand jurors for the September term of the criminal court, i,iM nlll convene ScDtember 6. The fol lowing list -was tent 'to t the clerk of the criminal court: Fred W. Perkins, Wm. Lynch, Sr.. K. M. DeBord, C. H. Bennett. James Armstrong, A. JlcPherson, J. V Wacncr, James II. Owens, Christian Ott, Patrick Moore. W. A. "Warren, T. R. Shawhan,- Tho names of the following;' persons were yesterday drawn from the old jury wheel to serve as petit jurors In the criminal court during the next term: Sidney Mayfleld, "William H. Miller, Harry J. Moss, George Necessary, Cornelius V. Nevins, Henry A. Newman, Arthur G. Noteman. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

mkt fCattM (Sit 4 At v!" $-- ' V ' SK VOLUME XL. NO. 73. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, ATJGUS1 :6' V ? D0T;,JB WHEAT HERE est FIVE f .1. 2 RED SOLD AT. f 1.01, fi IB AT 1. 35 FARMER. . M IS REALIZED, o . corn rnict.tsb takb a. jump tnr.utD. Yesterday's Bulge of American Origin nnd the End Mar Sot Yet Bo Reached Tradlnfr Smnll In View of llie DIt Jams. i in Trices. "Wheat passed tho dollar mark on the Kansas City nJjket yesterday, five cars of No. 2 red celling at 51.01 'and sis cars at a. dollar flat toward the close of the market. Other sales were under this fig ure, hut up closo to the dollar mark. Only ano'ther bulgo or two of the kind cx petlcneed the past few days will be needed to bring dollar wheat to a point of realized fact in the hands of the Kansas farmers. Dollar wheat means $40,000,000 for the Kan sas crop still in the hands of growers and Jffj.OOO.OuO for the crop still in the country tributary to Kansas City. "Calls" on wheat good Monday sold at $1.12'31.U on the Chicago marke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

" " XS HE KANSAS GI1T iOUlL5 SUNDAY. AUWUST 22. 1897. FEFFEB DENIES IT. SAYS HE IS .OT A rOPLLIST CANDI DATE for rncMDcvr. POLITICIANS BELIEVE HE IS. HIS HECEXT SPEECH IX IOWA BE GARDED AS SIGNIFICANT. PInn. It Is Thon-rlsr, Is to Pnt a Slrnlclit Populist Ticket In the ricltl, Even Though Ilrjan Is Renominated by Democrats. Washington. Aug. 21. (Special.) Ex-Senator Peffer's presence in Iowa and the po sition taken by him In his address give rise to the belief among politicians here that he is figuring on the organization o the "Western Populists for independent action nt the next presidential campaign, and that he will be the Populist candidate for pres ident, even though the Democrats and sil ver Republicans nominate Bryan again. It Is regarded as almost certain that the Pop ulists will have an Independent candidate, and it is "thought to be likely that Peffer will be their man. This -would be one of the most serious things (politically) that could happen for the confusion of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

If I S3 f THE KANSAS CITY JOTJjgSIIiVDAY. AUGUST 22,1897. BOOMING AMEBIC! KDMIXISTRATIOX MAKING LOVE TO SOUTHERN MARKETS. JOSEPH P. SMITH HARD AT IT. ItVJLIi LEAVE NO STONE UNTURNED TO IMPROVE TRADE. Some of the Methods Iiy "Which lie Will Push the Wort BcCTin ljy James O. Bluinc His Con ccptlon of the Worl of the Bureau. "Washington, Aug", a. (Special.) The peo ple of Kansas City and the Mississippi and Missouri alleys generally looked with pro found Interest to see what President Mc Xlnley would do in the direction of main taining and developing tho work with the nations fouth of us. begun by tho Pan American congress of ISM. Now that tho route of trade Is largely north and south, as well as east and west, tho people are directly and personally in terested in all that affects such trade. "With our great railway lines built to the Gulf comes an anxiety that such lines se cure a business ample to justify their ex istence. The more grain and coal and meat hauled south to Gulf ports, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

9 -vt r" THE, KANSAS CITY JOUENBUNDAY, AUGUST 22,1897. SIHc Kansa5 Titn c&mmal. Established 1S54. TRE JOLRAL C03IPAY, PnblUlier. Ridto Building. Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription Rntei By carrier. Dally and Sunday, 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. By mall. Dally and Sunday, one month, 40 cents: three months, $1; tlx months, $.; one year. $4. Single copies. 2 cents. Daily; 5 cents Sun TlicWccUy Jonrnnl and AcrlcnltnrUt Published Thursdays. CO cents per J ear. T IciiUones: Business Office, 250; Edi torial Room. S12: Kansas City, Kas.. W. 23. I'orclsn AiHcrllsInci The J. E Van Dcrcn Special Agency; with offices 1320 Ma sonic Temple, Chicago, and 21-32 Tribune Building. New York, solo agent for foreign advertising. Entered at th; Postofllce at Kansas City, Missouri, os second class mall matter. Weather Porecimt for Sunday. Washington, Aug. 21. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; cooler; rorth winds. For Missouri: Cencralb fair: warmer in southwest portion; va...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURl SUM);?. AUGUST 22, 1897. TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES. IWOMEST CSC RAZOR, KXIFE AJfD PISTOI. FOR OTAT rCRPOSE. Pauline Heckler, Acvr York' Pretty Barber 'Illr Liz," a Kentucky Terror Mrs. "Wilson, Who I Mglitly on Gnartl. Paulino Heckler lias made a decided hit In New York. She is in a barber shop in one of the big buildings in lower New York and Wall street brokers are said to be neg lecting their business bo wait their! turns for her to shave them. Sho is joung she confesses to being 23 j ears old and sho Is handsome, with a. cheering smile and girlish dimples. When she learned her trade It -was in her father's shop in Cincinnati, and at that time she did not ha e any idea that sho would be obliged to take care of herself tilth her razor. But she was thrown upon her own resources and put her early training to practical use. Thero Is no nonsense about Miss Ileck lr. She does her work and she does it well. She does not encourage familiarity, and her customers, she sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOIHl L SUNDAY AUGUST 22,1897. WJ wt la LA JBffiffl Me Py'l .DEPARTMENT To Mm. Homer Reed. (On the passing of her mother, July !5,1S97.) Across, our earthly vision gently sweeps A calm and loving tout. And rests awhile: then forward keeps ' lis course towards Heaven's goal. From depths of tenderness her heart shed forth A radiant motherhood. And earth was blessed with spotless worth. With love's eternal good. Why weep? For Just beyond the narrow vale. Still radiant with love. "With greetings glad, she cries, "All hail!" To w aiting ones aben c. Then blessed be God that earth hath known Her presence here below; Then cease all tears, and cease to moan; Lov e saj s 'tis better so. WILLIAM BRADFORD DICKSON. To speak of the society girl as a mere butterfly, a person who never has time nor Irclinatlon for a serious thought, and who flits through life in pursuit of pleasure, heedless of the enjoyment of others, or of an thing beyond enjoyment, 13 to commit a manifest Inj...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY SQUILL, SUNDAY, AUGUST ,I83T. m Jl vf- art?-A n-n-iV'Z J5$' CS ' ' i J-.y A Woman1! Question. Do you know you have asked for the cost liest thing Bver made by the hand above A woman's heart, a -woman's life. And a "woman's wonderful love? Do you know you have asked for this priceless thine As a child might ask for a toy Demanding what others have died to win With the reckless dash of a boy? Tou have written my lesson of duty out; Man-like you have questioned me; Now stand at the bar of my woman's soul Until I have questioned thee. You require your mutton shall always be hot. Tour socks and your shirt shall be whole; I require that your heart shall be true as God's stars. And pure as heaven your soul. You require a cook for your mutton and beef; I require a far better thine: A seamstress you're wanting for stockings and shirts I look for a man and a, king. A kins for a beautiful realm called Home, And a man that the Maker, God, Shall look upon as he did the first And ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

12 THE KAKSAS CITY JOURN WOMEN AS TALKERS. A 3IAIMJ SPI"STER WHO HAS NOT SPOKEN FOR FIFTY YE MIS. Then, When She Tried To, She Could Not "Vow She Im Golnc " Sec a Dortor and rind Out Why Emma Goldman Tnlks. "I swear I will not speak a -word, though I live for fifty years, unless 1 marry this man." -were tho words spoken June IS. 1S17, jy Miss Experience Guilford, of Bluehill, Me. She was then 19 years old and wanted to narry William Llmpson, tha village schoolmaster. One of Miss Guilford's re jected suitors had told tales about the schoolmaster, anil her parents stopped the eliding. She Kept her pledge. A -woman's tongue. It is said, never Flops. But "Miss Guilford's MISS EXPERIENCE GUILFORD. case was an exception to the rule. She held her peace for a half century; not one single word or audlblo sound has she al lowed to pass her lips for all that period. When the fifty jears of silence expired she was isltcd by a large number of rel atives and friends who went to the camp for the p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

s-y M THE KANSAS CITY. JOURNAL, SUIYDAY. AUGUST 22, 1897.. 13 MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. ' THEATERS OPENJHEIR DOORS. Vail Sermon IIcrIus nt the Granil and Mnth Street Verlscone and "The lllacU Ilnasar." The attraction lor the opening of the fall reason at the Gtacd opera house to-night Is the wonderfully accurate and lifelike re production of the great Corbett-Fltzslm-mons prize light by means of the famous verfscopo pictures. These pictures, which are now to be seen for the first time in the West, come from long and successful ( runs in the principal Eastern cities, -where 5 1 thev hav e LpLn seen and admired by im mense audiences of the best people, among which was lnvariablj found a surprisingly large contingent of tho fair sex. In Bos ton and New York, it is said, hundreds of prominent society women were present and expressed themselves as greatly pleased that an opportunity had been afforded to witness the important details and Interest ing points of a content between tho world's gre...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

-? ; w f ' r - r 14 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 22, 1897. S. jr. FJTZnUGII, Prett. Directors: IT. II. SEEGEh Cathier. H. C. SOIWITZGEBEL, Attt. Caihier. National Bank. ( Sidney McWHliams, W. N. Moore. Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap- pell. Alex Gebhart. M. V. "Watson. H. P. Wright. Fred Huttig, Geo. ( Holmes. S. J. Fitzhugh, W. H. Seeger, H. C. Schwltzgebel. CITIZENS OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN THE CITY. MissDuri.Kansas&TexasTmstCo. Srrailh ami Wyandotte Streets, JiAXSAS CITY, 3IO. CAPITAL - SI, 350,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits. $1,260,000. 1 Nassau street. New York. 400 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. 149 Washington street. Boston, Mass. Sandthorquia 2. Hamburg. Germany. Slngel 23S. Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street, London, E. C. En gland. Dorotheen-Strasse r.l. 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. Robin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUINTDAY. AUGUST 22,1897. 15 WANTED MALE HELP. "WANTED One lady or gentleman in each county in Northwest to soli Sam Jones' great book. "Hot Shots". 50,000 sold the first CO days. You can clear from $6 to $10 every day. Don't wait to ask questions, but send $1.00 to-lay and secure full copy by return mall with everything ready to enter the work. George Smith, of Kansas, cleared tS0.no in 12 duvs. Best commission given. Address Southwestern Publishing House, St. Louis, Missouri. WAKTED-An Idea. 'Who can think of Fome simple thing to patent? Protect your Ideas; they may bring you wealth. W rite John Weddcrburn &. Co., Dept. E. 2, pat ent attys.. Washington. D. C for their tl.SOO prize offer and new list of 1.000 ln--entions wanted. WANTED Salesmen, local and travel ing everywhere, to take orders from re tail trade; staple line. Immense seller; ac tive men making $30 to $75 weekly: exclu sive or side line. Costly samples free. 323 Dearborn street, Chicago, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

16 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, AUGUST 22,1897, PRESIDENT IT EEST. ITOniES OF M'KIMjEY GATHERED AT LKE CIIAMPLAIX. H'KINLEY AND THE GRAND ARMY HOW HE LOOKS, ACTS AD TALKS IMIEN OFF DLTY. Ills AVonilcrfnl "tlfallty and How He Kerpi 1'resli Secretary Porler TulU of ni Work Pict ures Tlint Itest the President's Ej c. Hotel Champlain. Aug. U. I spent some time -with the president this mornlns. I have never seen him In better condition. His eye is bright, his step firm and his Fplrits are as fresh as those of a boy. He weighs just ISO pounds, but he does not look over stout, and he carries himself as straight as he did when he started out with his regiment in 1661. During my chat with him I referred to his health, and told him I thought he was looking ex tremely well. Afterwards I remarked as to the success of his administration, and taid I thought that the people were In Fympathy with him and that they thought he was doing clL At this his ej es lighted up and he tuld: "I am glad to ...

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