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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

5 THE "KANSAS CITYJOURNAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1897. DEAD ME H IS u ft m r:f y '! , ; COL. W. R. NELSON AND C. E. QUIN TON POST $300 EACH. HORSE SHOW AWARD DISPUTED KANSAS CITY EDITOR MEETS THE NEW JERSEY ANTE. HOT. TIMES AT STABLES, TOO. THERE A NOTORIOUS WOMAN TRIES TO IIOKSEWHir A MAN. Yesterday's Trouble Over an Award Not the Flrat Durlne Thli Show Missouri Out, the Onllilde Breeders Make a Sweep Society on Pa. rade Acnln. Society was mildly shocked yesterday, and it Trill be in the throes of delicious excitement to-day. Hyde park. Independ ence avenue, Troost avenue and Quality Hill are in a flutter. It is such a sensa tion! The delicate social fabric is torn by the breezes of dissension. Every flower that grows, every stream that flows, every breeze that blows seem to murmur about it. The Horse show is responsible. The sensation came when the award was made in the third event on yesterday's pro gramme the Kansas City Star's special for pair of coach horses. There were five...

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. — 11 September 1897

jac K i ra f. b 10 THE KANSAS' CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER llfTB9f. in ii ; I W ,- '5 3s 1 1 ( LEGAL NOTICES. ORDER OP PUBLICATION-Before Theo. a. Case, a justice or the peace In and for Kaw township, Jackson county. Missouri, at Kansas City. E. C. Whittemore. plaintiff, vs. Albert J. Wick ham and - Wlckham. his wife: J. B. TTancls. "William Frey. the First National Bn1. r Saltan. Kansas; a corporation; the Farads' National bank, ot Sallna. Kansas, a corporation: TV. N. Ewlr.g and J; M. Coburn ct al. defendants. No. 1S75. Now, on this day comes the platnt - .by . hls attorney, and It ap pearing to the court from the affidavit for the plaintiff filed herein to the satisfaction t 4ne, Eourt that the defendants. Albert t SISkhanV and Wlckham, his wife; .f?'iF1fal-,c,s- WHIam Frey. the First Na tional bank, of Sallna. Kansas, a corpora f.on' i-ne Farmers' National bank, of Sa il!" TKa?s2.sva corporation: W. N. Ewlng SJIH- 3L-9?burn' a'e non-residents of the SSI -of M'ssourl and ca...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

f&23$3&2& THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY. SEFIEIOIJEK u, 1897. 11 ft i- I'M . f i I V It 4 t I I j J . I ' ll ! ' ' LEGAL NOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson county. at Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. W. McCurdy, collector, plaintiff, vs. Jeff L. King, "William Klap mczer and Faldlne Bart, defendants. No. 6518. Now, on this 2Sth day of August. 1S97, comes plaintiff by its attorney, and It appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendants. Jeff L. King, William Klapxnezer and Faldlne Bart, are non-residents of this state, or have con cealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and cannot bs served In this action. It tg ordered by the clerk in vacation that pub lication be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by petition in the circuit court of Jackson county. In the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said action is for the purpose of en...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

:ciS-asiSii 7 ;3irv..if';,A,..yfaWfc'Wu.j;-S;' 12 THE KAJSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. LEGAL NOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson countv. at Kansas City. Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rel J. W. McCurdy. collector. plaintlfT. vs. James N. Richardson, defend ant. No. 26626. Now, on this 23th day o August, 1S97. comes plaintiff by its attor ney, and it appearing to tho satisfaction of the clerk in vacation that the defendant. James N. Richardson, is a non-resident of this state, or has concealed himself so that tho ordinary process of law cannot ba served upon him, and cannot be served in this action, it is ordered by the clerk in vacation that publication bo made noti fying said defendant that an action has been commenced against him by petition in the circuit court of 'Jackson county, in the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said action is for tho purpose of en forcing the lien for state and county taxes due and delinquent against 1 12-100 acres in sect...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

i5r F t-g-r-a i-- "CT" TxteJt. BfJifei f!H v.. :t "-.f-ia.r.z.t. V rVT''' '-' V'f-'f,,i,'Jf-!irTV-')rt-""-J' X'gffy,,.. Tl?,' ,J-?Tf.T4ViiTqf?'rl'-r " ' i.i -r-,1-.-! -- ' THE KANSAS CITY JOUBNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897- 13 " It; n LEGAL NOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson eountv. nt Kansas City, Missouri. State or Mis souri ex rel J. W. McCurdy, collector, plaintiff, vs. Lewis R. Fix. Otto E. Web ber. F. Clifford and James E. Gregg, de fendants. No. 26505. Now, on this 2Sth day of August. 1S37, comes plalntlft by Its attorney, and It appearing to the sat isfaction of the clerk In vacation that the defendants, Lewis R. Fix, Otto E. "Webber, F. Clifford and James E. Gregg, are non residents of this state, or have concealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and cannot be served In this action, it Is or dered by the clerk In vacation that publica tion be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced against them by ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

14 THE KANSAS CTTY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. Missouri,Kansas&TexasTnistCo. Seventh und Wyandotte Streets, KANSAS C1TX, MO. ' CAPITAIj - S1.SSO.OOO Surplus and Undhrlded Profits. S1.2S0.000. 1 Nassau street, New York. 00 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. 149 Washington street. Boston, Mass. Sandthorqula 2, Hamburg, Germany. Singel 23S, Amsterdam, Holland. 31 Lombard street. London, E. C, En Eland. Dorotheen-Sirasse 54, Berlin, Germany. la Hue du Louvre. Parts. France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trimble; 2d, E. L. Martin: 3d, W. S. Taylor: 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenius. Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary: W. S. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox, Ass't. Treasurer: J. J. Calrnes, Ass't Secretary; ;. S. Mosher, Ass't Secretary: Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. C D FRENCH. President. Est. 1876. W. T. Dillon, Vice Prest and Secy. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MEKCHAXIS. Grain, Provisions and Stocks. Private wire to Chicago, St...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

7rm tissaiictA axiMairJcEKAw THE KANSAS CITr JOURNAL, SATUEDAY; .SEPTEMBER II, 1897. 15 4 i , Q m THE-POOR STAG WAS ILL Cntovrnril Incident Tlint Delayed the Roynl llnnt Wn Only a Had Cold, Hoivever. A German newspaper Is responsible for the following: The prince of a small Ger man state .whose ambition It was to do the grand, if only on a. small scale, had Invited a number of gentlemen to go on a deer stalking expedition. Everything prom ised well. The weather was superb and the whole company was in the best of spirits, when the head forester approached the petty monarch, and. lifting his green cap, said, in faltering tones: "Your highness, there can be no hunting to-day!" Why not?" was the stern rejoinder. "Alas! your highness, one of the stags took fright at the sight of so many people and has es caped into the adjoining territory, and the other stag has been ill since yesterday. But your highness must not be angry it is most likely nothing worse than a bad cold. We have given It...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 11 September 1897

ix THE KANSAS CITY JOUItNLr SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. CIGARETTES;CRAZED;SUICIDE A. A. BAHLMAN IIIjOWS OFF THE TOP OF HIS HEAD. M I A Skooklng Suicide of a Man of S3, Well Educated and Brilliant, In the Presence of His Rclatlveii. After having smoked thirty cigarettes a day for years, A. A. Bablman, a graduate of "Washington law school at St. Louls.and a son of Captain "William S. Bablman, pro fessor of Latin In the state normal school at "Warrensburg, blew off the top of his head -with a shotgun at K o'clock yesterday afternoon. The tragedy occurred in the kitchen of his father's house on a. small fruit ranch a short distance south of Mount "Washing ton station on the Independence electric line. Bahlman has been considered insane by his relatives for the past several days and during that time had frequently threatened to kill himself. He was 33 years of age. well educated, a recluse and a bookworm. Last Monday he was affected by the heat while working on his father's farm. Monda...

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

r f sMarflKR . i T":V-7- u - -wjV-' 1g - Pj?j-'!TT'.p?rVffc y-.V-wfetfW:.'rj&-a -y vr - - l-X tJ-'JV Wy3&.T'" -,-" ,- .-; VJJS' iJ'ri -HTWL-wrt6rlWjtf - f,TfjnjW l.VV -r-t'-i,Vw i frrr 9 9- r - V y '.' . , ".-- V? 4 ' ' iT,-J , -wrl fie fCati VOLUME XL. NO. 94. . SUM)AY. feg- Jitaf Jfttimtai. KANSAS CITY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1897.-TWENTY-FOUR PAGES. SUNDAY. PRICE FIYE CENTS. OFFICIAL HER. 60 PUBLIC t,OX BRANDS THE HA- 7X Of' HOOTIXG. VICTIMS Sh THE BACK. FIRED TJPOX Rl v -,DLY AFTER THEY STAR o RBX. NONE OF. THE STRIKERS ARMED. tnvEvrv-oxE are dead axd five OTHERS WILL DIE. fc'ortr So Seriously Hurt That They Oceupy Hospital Cola 2,500 Troop Xow Preserving: Or der In Haxleton Wor rand for Sheriff anil Deputies, . Hazlcton, Pa., Sept.'1 11. Twenty-one corpses He to-night in frame shanties scat tered about this hilltop town. Forty maimed, wounded and broken figures rest on the narrow cots 'of the Hazleton hos pital. Of these, it Is almost a certainty that five Trill bo added to the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

J pr. pm$$k & i 5 1 I i THE KANSAS CITY J0U11N AI) SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 12,4897. : M i in ti' x x. j ?. V i! I! j 1 3 l $ DAY OF CONVENTIONS. MANY wi:nir held throughout KANSAS YESTERDAY. . C. V. ESKRIDGE HISSED DOWN. Campbell, Democrat: surveyor. James Jef ferv. Democrat; register of-deeds, James C. DUelle. siHer Republican; coroner, J. W. Brown, silver Republican: commission er. First district. W. J. Dougherty. Popu list. '. Sheridan County Ponnlliit. HosJe. Kas., Sept. II. The Populists held thtir county convention, in. this city to daj". The following ticket was nominated: Clerk, H. Percival: treasurer, W. II. Gal logly: sherln. John Huber; register of deeds. Mrs. Ed Deupree; surveyor, S, A. A. Sutton: coroner. W. J. Barnes; commis sioner Second district. George Evans. .V. H..Gnllogly ia a, free silver Democrat, and Mrs. Deupree is the wife of Ed Deunree. 'Who was bond clerk for Secretary of State "Bush, and"who died at Topeka last spring. Coffey County Republican. Burlington. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

-. Wsi-aTi-sss . J"""' ' .T'" . . w "tt fv rV ,- v.u.ittaaSaV.ajs yi iih x. - ! Jtl'.friS " ,-"- 1 q- . ......-y. - -.a- Sr'- r- -V1 -. i x 13 3 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. t D VERY SICEY FINALE SO-CALLED FOX CHASE WETOS UP THE HOUSE SHOW. NELSON-QUINTON BETi IS OFF. MANAGEMENT OBJECTED ON SUNDRY AND DIVEBS GROUNDS. Whereat Everybody Wu Greatly Disappointed Yesterday's Pro snunmt Varied Troopers a Capital Display Soci ety's Last Whirl. That 51.000 wager -was declared off, and the all-absorbing Question, "Was Mr. Nel - son right and Mr. Qulnton wrong?" may never be determined. A biff crowd went to the Horse show yesterdpy, many ot the people being anxious to see the outcome or the JoOO a side wager between Colonel W. R. .Nelson and Mr. C. E. Qulnton regard ing the respective merits of the R, M. C. Lord and the Newgasa & Bratton pairs, the most conspicuous competitors on the previous day in the Kansas City Star spe cial for pair coach horses. Everybody was...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

-! JVtttyijj-g-5 lygSjr,, inijgdTOigfiFgp 'V THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 12,1897. a M II! 14 J b &ft Kansas 'iig Jfosmal. Entaulialicd 1S34. ( I I ! : 1 t u 13 1- J ! i )' if M E; v I: ' THE JOURNAL COMPANY. PnuIUher. Rlalto Building, Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription nalfi: By carrier. Dally and Sunday, 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. . By mall. Dally and Sunday, one month, 40 cents; three months, Ui&lx months, $2; one year, $1. j tt i Single copies, 2 cents, rftffl cents Sun day. " - ' The "XVocUlr Journnl nni Airrlcnltnrjat Published Thursdays, 50 cents-per year. Teleplionrm Business OfflCP, 230; Edi torial Rooms, S15; .Kansas City, Kas., W. 23. Foreign AdvertUlnKi The J. E. Van Dorcn Special Agency, with offlcesJTM Ma sonic Temple. Chicago, and S1-S2 Tribune Building. New York, sole agent lor foreign advertising. Entered at the Postofflce atTCansas' City," Missouri, as second class mail matter. r. Weather Forecast for Sunday. Washington Sept. 1L F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

-SKCt " ' - j-v '. .-'- -t -7-.-.. . ,-, .,,, ,-.i;,.t ". , i, y - i . i S-JS!fiSe'.--:W-lyt'r"''"'-''f' T ppppp Tgw"r ' "Z' - St? V a ' - . --J. 'v ! 1 ' V M I i 13 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBEIl 12. 1857. MILLERS DROP TWO GAMES. BI.UES PLAT CHEAT BALL AT 3nX-XEAPOLIS. Show What They Can Do When They Really Try Win Both Games ' Strictly on Their Merit and by Superior Playing Minneapolis. Minn., Sept. It (Special.) Kansas City defeated MlnneaDolls twice to day In -well played games. The first game went to the Blues by virtue of Abbey's su perb twirling and dumb playing on tho part of the Millers. Although hit harder than Figgemeier, Abbey had finer control and never lost his head at critical times. The Blues fielded brilliantly. Connaughton played a phenomenal gams at short and Menefee's fielding and base running -were great. McVicker was the man that won the gams for the Blues, when. In the sev enth inning, with the bases full, he made a long run and caught the ball of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

CJ fj THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL.SUNDAY, SEFTEMBEE lz, 1897. h MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. ii 2 4 ed ly Leon Herrmann, while one of tho most important features of the programme will be several original and bewildering spectacular dance- by Adelaide Herrmann. Tliee dances are "aM to be the most novel, elaborate and bcautiiu! of the kind vet producwl in this country. Tue "fire dance to be slen by Mmc. Herrmann especially is taid to be mo--t realistic, and during its progress the fair danci r appears to be nvi loped in a living mu-s of Hame and smoke, so wonrlerfjlly contrived are the thousands of tier changing lights thrown upon her. .. . . . Herrmann the Groat died suddenly last winter, but some jears ago he selected Leon Herrmann, the -on of his brother, to succeed him in this country. Although a oung man, Leon lias ueen a star in leger demain in Europe for liars past, and he has already phIMtcd his ability to suc ceed his famous unrle as a wizard. He strongly resembles the eTder Herrman in m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

it THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. Kansas an. wis. The Branch Offlce of TIIE JOUItVAL tins renoTtd to Room E, United hide, vlicre nil advertisements and Items Jf nem trill receive prompt atten tion. Any complaint a to delivery of the pnper will he speedily reme died If notice ! siren. Tel.AVcstSS. TORTURED! Worse than death 1 the u.-.uil expression from people treated for cancer or tumors br the burning plaster or knife. But wt:h mr treatment there Is no pain. My references, my patients. Cail for list or write Investigation ' solicited. Consultation free. Dr. J. C. Mo Langhlln, Si 6 Minnesota ave., Kansas Clty.Kas. f FPI CV inctitntn Portsmouth Bide.. RLLLCI illblllUttJ Kansas Citr. KiTsl J. he only place in Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. JEJiD YOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Corner Fifth street and Stale avenue. No de tractive machinery used. Tel. West 81 Mrs....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

THE ltAJNSAS CUT JOURNAL. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. J s. a BEEINCABLE LETTER EMPDUOU WILLIAM'S ANTICS AT THE AHMV MAAECVERS. MANEUVERS WERE A FAILURE. TOO MUCH RAIV LEFT CAVALRY AXD AR.TH.LERY "WFjfA Arm- Bicyclists I'roTed Their Splen did Cnrapnlgnlng AbllltK-s in Spite of Rain nnd Mud Strong Anti-Prusslnn Feeling In Bnvnrin. Berlin, Sept. 11. This week's ever boiling pot of German politics contained political developments for which the army maneu vers are an excuse, although everything was done at Homburg. at King Humbert's request, to safeguard French susceptibil ities. But Emperor William's, reconsecra tion of the drei-kalserbund was triumph antly begun, and, at the same time, the king of Italy's wishes were gratified. Queen Margaret of Italy, was handsomely flatter ed, the enthusiasm of the crowds was com plete and as a dellcatessan after the great display of military strength, the emperor railroaded his guest to Wiesbaden, where they witnessed the first performance of "Salve...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 2,1S97. fl FOR RUNAWAY WHEELMEN. X SET SI'KEAD AT THE nOTTOM Or A JTEi:i HILL. I A. Murh Trarlcd Spot "Where People Were Killed Nearly Every Day IlIdlnR it Illcrcle la a Lion's lien Cj cling Stories. The bridge de Ramlrgao, on the road be tween Nice and Manton, a much used road for liicjclL-ts and tourists, marks an ex ceedingly dangerous spot for wheelmen as well as driver?. The bridge Is at rioht untiles with a, very Fteep hill, on which the wheelman or driver suddenly finds him telf -without being at all prepared for the descent, and he finds himself bowlinjr along to the bottom, where the sharp turn con fronts him. In most cases he simply crashes Into the parapet. The wheel Is smashed and the rider Is shot over the wall down Into the deep ravine to in-itant death or lingering agony. Tho fate of the bicyclist was shared by NETWORK OX A CTIENCII BRIDGE TO CATCH RUNAWAY CYCLERS. V many horse drawn vehicles, and serious ac cidents at tho po...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

f I jC .4:1. 10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. n h I ' M IH 'i H4 I , II 3 I.M a . ISJ GIANT MECHANICAL WORKS. NIAGARA TO BE SPAXXED BY LONG EST ARCH IX THE WORLD. Vbe Largest and Mont Powerful Loco motive A Crane That Lifts 100 Tons The X'cw Motor at XI Knia a Monster One. The great suspension bridge across the Niagara gorge is about tobe taken down, and workmen are now busy preparing' for the erection of a second steel arch to span the chasm. t a, From clilt to cliff at the point whcreat,he bridge will stand the distance is. .1,268, feet, and the span proper of the ardh will' be about S10 feet. In width it will be ii'llttle over forty-nine feet, the present structure being but seventeen and one-half feet. It will be of the single deck pattern, and about twenty-three feet of the center will be de voted to trolley tracks, while carriageways will be on each side, beyond which will be elevated walks for pedestrians. The center of the Canadian end will rest on the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

Ft f THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. II HABITS O'F A MISANTHROPE. SAN FRANCISCO CAPITALIST BAIini CADCS HIMSELF. 1 1r r Method by Which He Prospered Was Fonil of Aiii:)- Doss That Honied at Mgbt anil Ilnn- lhcd bleep. Henri Windel, the capitalist, who was thrown out of a buggy and killed last Wednesday, was considered eccentric by his acquaintances. He had a gloomy tem perament, says the San Francisco Ex aminer. About eight years ago he choso a new residence that had a tall fence In front, mid in which he was well guarded from general observation. A bell at the gate was the onjy means callers had of summoning a person in the house. "When Windel. who leased this large dwelling, sublet it, he retained two rooms for himself, the ap proach to them being separated from the entrance to the other apartments. He had a. bell put In these rooms also, and tho liandlo by which it was rung was so placed In the fence that only those whose atten tion he called to It knew about...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 12 September 1897

i r w iz- THE KANSAS CITY JOTENAI SXINDAT; SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. A WOMAN'S CLUB HOUSE. FIXE TRESEMTO THE -WOMEN OP JUNCTION CITV, KAS. The Gift of Captain ItocUvrell Form ally Presented anil Dedicated AVXtU Interesting nnd En joyable Excrciseea. Wtii Junction City, Kas., Sept. ip. The new club house built for tho Ld&les' Reading Club of this town has been formally pre bented and dedicated. The exercises, which were very pleasing and entertalliiinK took place Wednesday evening. , The presentation speech was made by the donor. Captain Bertrand Rockwell", in the course ofwh!ch he said: "How many men are there in this town to-day who can hold their own with their wives in discussions of subjects outside of business and politics, provided said wives are members in good standing o the Indies' Reading Club? For twenty-two years the Ladies' Reading Club of Junction Citv has had a useful and successful life. has done much for "the morality and in telligence of our people, in tnat time pa p...

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