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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

IP l , THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1891. fr Missouri, Kansas &Texas Trust Co &etuli aintl tlymitlotte Street. ICASA8 CITV, MCI. CAPITAL - 91,250.000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, Sl,lSO OJO- S3 Wall street. New York city. 4111 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. li: "Washington street. Boston. Mass. Sendthorqula 2, Hamburg. Germany. Slngel IIS. Amsterdam. Holland. 31 Lombard street. London. E. C. En Clend. Iorotheen-Strasse 54. Berlin. Germany. IS Hub da Louvre, Paris. France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President: Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble: 2nd. E. L. Martin: 3d, W. S. Taylor; 4th. Jacques T. jKolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary: w. 8. Taylor, Treasurer: Frank B. WHeox. Ass t Treasurer: J. J. Calmes, Ass't Secretary: E. 8. Mosher. Ass't Secretary: Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. G. D. Frieiccb. President. Est. 1871 W. T. Dillon. Vice Prrst and Seeretsry. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, provisions and stocks. Priv...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

v-j-s. j;K,;"sftW , 2. "av.-v''-i!'w,Kf?''?-fc'": 1f niiiMnrtMt !! .;; .-.ri.Mt , v M,I. r i., lirir'"-" -y.- -v ...; 'mi--iPifi KSfF -r- --... -sc - - , ryT-- r.-sf'-'-;'-'---;; -; --;-- --;- '-..vr;'.- -''i -.; -.?i - .,V ' '.''Sg-3 V f .r WANTED MALE HELP." wanted-An Idea. Whocanthlnkof soma simple tninsTOTaient-i-roieci-Tonriacwt; they 'nSay trine you' weflth. write John Wedderburn &. Co.,Dept. E. -.patent attys.. Washington, D. ,C for their J1.S0O prize of fer ana new list of 1.000 .inventions wanted. WANTED Salesmen' to carry bur lubrl-catlng-olls as a side line or. exclusively: bis money to hustlers. 'Austin & i-cGce". Clever land. O. - "WAFTED 2 young men; 510 per -week; news .agents. 9 West Sth.st., room 9. , EJIFLO YMEXT- AG ENCIBS. CANADIAN -EMPIYMENT OFFICE, and furnished rooms, 10H4 East 12th St., cor. Walnut. TeL 1179. The. best place In K. C. Mo., to find help or situations, male or female: 17 years' experience. Kef., Omaha Nat. bank; Omaha: Citizens' bank.- I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

' V, A'suyy -"fe fc'-g'J-'r '.ffW'-tTT- ,.,. , ,,y . ''yjgftgV V" ' ' -"i- ... ' -M ; f 10 THE KANSAS-CETT-JOURNAL. SATDEDAJ, RIARGH 6, 1897.. t v.t -ay. -- LODGES' EIGHT TO SUSPEND. CXS AS IXSANE MEMBER Iff AK REAItS LEGALLY DE DROPPED VChl la the O.ncstion TliufWHl Be De cided In a Salt: Begun -Against a Local Lodire of United TVort men Court ffotcs. A. suit to test the property rights of a member of a fraternal, secret society was bejrim In the circuit court .yesterday. B. X. Stone, of this city, -tvas for several years a member In good standlng'.of Kan sas City lodge, No. -US. Ancient Order United "Workmen. In 1S93 he became in sane and tras sent to the asylum at St. Joseph, llo.. 'where he now is. He car ried a policy for $2,000 and after becom ing Insane his assessments lapsed and he was declared suspended by the lodge. The courts appointed Jefferson Stone, his father, guardian, and through his attor neys, Mr. Stone has begun proceedings against the officers of the lodge, TV. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 6 March 1897

.way- oegumauuamarf- I'SE KANSAS GIT? TIMES. SATURDAY. MARCH 6, 1897. , UNDERTONina STOCKS FIRM 'IWIILE Tlin CLOSING "WAS IVXAK, STILL SO SIC ACT GUNS OX DAY. Enrly There Wnii it General Advance In Price, lint Lnter a Movement to Take ProfltH et In, Which Cnuxed "iijjnr to Lout J, qw lurk Central 1 nnd Puliunn SI Total hnlex for the Dny, ir!tt,!CK .Minrc-M, of Which Uu,Ouu Represented Sueur. New Tork, .March S. The undertone of firmness In the market todav and its stub ljorn resistance to the rather discouraging tune rcflecti.il from Europe were notable features. The daj opened with a decline, due to the alarm manifested on the London and continental bourses over the threaten ing niect of Cretan questions, and to sales for London account of International shares. This decline was soon checked, however, by quite a strong bujlng movement coming through commission houses, apparently for investment account. The natural disposition of the market seemed to be to rise and to wipe out the de...

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

E KANSAS CITY TIMES. SATURDAY. MARCH 6, 1897. 10 THE Ml'MSIIED DLCIIESS. flaunted Her Hnabnnd, Baron Von I From the New York World. Queen Victoria's mother-in-law is uji only princess of the blood In modern times whose corpse may be said to have consti tuted a. piece of drawing-room furniture for ten or fifteen years after her death. Pre served In the form of a mummy, her dead body was drained about over Europe. The casket in which the embalmed remains were contained was fashioned like a grand piano. It was always kept locked, although it occupied the most prominent place in the drawing-room of the sorrowing widower. The remains of the unfortunate lady were not finally laid to rest in the ducal vault at Gotha. beside her ancestors, until tne house in which her husband resided had been broken Into at night by men dls guished as burglars, who, after chloro forming the owner, his wife and the mem bers of his household, burst open the piano case and carried on its contents, the corpse o...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

rrzin i ttttfrltf 1 4WW T0LTO1E XXXIX. NO. 270. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 7, 1897.-SIXTEEN PAGES. SUNDAY. PEICE ITVE CENTS. Si- fittf wl I . -O I THE ORTHIEINS HERE RE3IOVE THEIR HEADQUARTERS FI103I ST. LOUIS TO KAXSAS C1TV. BIG FIRM OF GRAIN BUYERS. HATE LEASED ALL ELEVATORS OX THE K. C, P. & G. ROAD. Conccntratln "" Grain Handling: IHlneM.2d' nln" City Other Lars" f-jjg Mnr Locate Here-ICij t of the Sew 22. ' Line. i wATtyTKH 3c -, of St. Louis, the lore Jus ire ju them -a-n at that point, or 'Jtebl ebloo10 O S w "a'' " eI-?atc - le lino 01 tno .riKSDurg S. - road, a few days -will move their headquarters irora St. Louis to this city, and operate wholly from this point. This -will make Kansas City the headquar ters of the heaviest purchasers of grain In the "Western markets and give it a tre mendously increased importance as a grain market. During the last two months the firm has been hard at work securing control of some of the elevators situated in the East bottoms of the c...

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

MSHBEBEkS -S rK5rfe,5SBsefc gg. ----.oeai-jasmssarescsMJUtecn.tBsK wiBaKssrsst3aEaSB2)fsaiAT"ajraBcse jx. - agggf.TtaJut -- p.p--' "-?-?'? THE KANSAS CITY JQUEyAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 7, 1897. BE! MEN IN GMRGE. am. m'ici.m,iy.'- cauinkt officers' SWORN IN YESTERIIAY. - ENTERED. UPON THEIR- DUTIES. 615CHETARY GACE'S INDCfTTIOX jTtVA's, A SOCIETY KAENT.", fj-'!' --V. $ lie Dirt Xot Take the Oath With fbe; Common Herd. Int ut a Special Fnnc'tioa Later The Xnr Sccretnries'nt Their , WoriC ." Washington. March C.-A11 the members of the cabinet, -with the exception of Mr. Gage, took: the oath of office at1 the White House at 11:3) o'clock to-day. It -was a Pimple, but impressive ceremony. All of the members except Mr. Gage had assembled for the ceremony In the president's office, where, after a brief exchange. President McKlnley and Mr. Sherman led the way downstairs to the blue room. looking south ward toward the Potomac river. Here Chief Justice Fuller and the justices of the supreme court we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

y. WSfcK v- t. 4. ia haM-awii.- THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAKCH 7, 189T. 3 fi AFRAID TO GO HOME. POP LEGISLATORS DAUB KOT PACK THEIR CONSTITUENTS. "DREAD RIGHTEOUS WRATH. SOT OXE OP THE WIXDY CAMPAIGN PLEDGES REDEEMED. Fiat Money Voted Dottp, Taxation Re form Defeated, Money Loancrs and Rnllroadi Still Live, and the Cause of La- y lor Betrayed. . Topcka, Kas.. March C.-(Speclal. The pSSSSwt staying here without pay anS running the legislature over time through patriotic motives altogether. There L another reason also. Many of them aro afraid to return to their homes and face an angry and betrayed oWW- has more to do with the case than patriot Ism or anything else .,,... nnfl They are lust naturaio s-" . many of them publicly admit it. Represent ative Trueblood. -while making a speech for some measure on thefloor the other da pleadingly remarked: "I must get this .through or I will be hung -when I et home." The house took pity on him and passed the measure. Others are thinking...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

& - -lelw26t-3KSt-,' THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL,-SUNDAY, MARCH 7,1897. I u I ,THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED JSSi. ' The Jonrnnl CoBpnnri PubHIier. Jonrnnl Untitling-, Tcntlt and Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION .RATES. -. Single copies ..........yc Sunday -' 5c - "i1. H'i S' 4- DELIVERED BT CARKIER." '" Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. BT 7.IAIL JN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday. 1 jear. $4 00 Dally and Sunday, C months. ...-...... 2 00 Dally and Sunday, 3 months...."---;" " Dally and Sunday, 1 montu..VT....C. 40 Sunday only. 1 year. ,i - 1 00 "VVctkly Journal and Agriculturist) 1 it. CO TELEPHONE NUMBERS. - Business omce fi Editorial and Society H37 City Editor S12 Eastern .pmce ...SI and 22 Tribune Bull ling. New Tork Chicago Office 1320 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Dorrn."Spec!al -Agency. Entered at the Postofilce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mail Matter. THE WEATHER. WashlnRton.March G. For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; east to south wind. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

7 If j THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MARCH 7, 1897. & I b SHOW.iHD AND SLUSH WEATHER CONDITIONS AT CARSOX COCLD NOT BE "WORSE. BOTH FIGHTERS DISGUSTED. THEIR WORK YESTERDAY HAD TO BE DONE INDOORS. Fit Concludes to Try Handball for a Chance Corbett Did Some Verj; Fast Boxing and AIo Played Handball Cousin of tlic IJlB Ficbt. Carson. Nev., March t This place to-day was one mixture of mud, snow, cold, slop end slush of general unpleasantness and . discomfort. The streets were covered from curb to curb with a slimy conglomeration of black snow and a trifle black mud, and the country roads are a succession of pud dles and sinkholes whose bottom is in the neighborhood of China. The disagreeable condition of the weather was a great dis appointment to both of the big lighters. It meant practically no road -work for sev eral days, and both Corbett and Fltzslm mons have been counting on this of late as the best method of improving their wind. Both were disgruntled at the gloomy out loo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

Y -ss3 se , y;, .-e jJBeWji "X JEr . rK THE KANSAS COTY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAKCH 7, 1897. "&& hV AS THE PEOPLE SEE IT. WHAT CITIZBS THIXIC OP TOE ASKEW SITE FOR A HALL. ALL SORTS OF OPINIONS. SOJIB FLANS SUGGESTED AS TO A COXVEXTIO.V HALL. View of a. Larsrc Jfnmber of Knnsas Cltjnm on the DeIrablHty of the Sllc So Generomly I)o- nnted y Mr. WHIInm Aiknv o the City. A meeting has been called for tho "Build er and Traders' exchange for 11 o'clock to morrow morning of all Interested In the building of a hall on the site donated by Mr. Askew. Belcw will be found the views of a large number of Kansas Cltyans on tho desirabil ity of the Askew site for a convention halL The expressions are very equally divided: Professor John T. Buchanan, principal high school "The grift makes it possible for the city to pet what it has always need ed In order to cope with other metropoli tan cities. If Mr. Askew had not been so generous, I doubt If the city would have had a public auditorium largo e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

$ " ijmiiruni g. THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAL. SUNDAY. MAKCH 7, 1897. J ' M .' 1! ) r H I us an; uSl THE Branch Office of the Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver jtisemcnta and items of news will receive prompt attention. Any complaints as to the delivery of the1 paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given. Telephone West 33. E2NUMENTS! UGUST JOHNSON, MINNESOTA AVE., Kansas City, Kas. HHHIMHHi Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licensed Lady Undertaker for Ladle" and Children's Fnnerali. Tel. S130. fnrtiTiitn"rtsmouth Bide.. inSITUIB Kansas Cltv. Kns. The o The onlv nlaca in Kansas where tha I Genuine Kesler Remedies and Treat. Snent for Alcohol and Narcotic Addiction ore administered. Address as above. "IS IN LEEDf'S ENDS. " BEMvIMi. TWO 'COURTS DILI, 11AS PASSED THE LEGISLATURE. &AID TO BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL FRAMER OF BILL A CANDIDATE FOR ONE OP TUB JUDGESHIPS. t . P. J. SluUor Wants ".23,000 From the 1 Armour racking Company and Constable TUIery Jampa. . , CummIn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

i5SSiaK3ftttXtR'W.Mfcrti $, "'" 11 5 THE KANSASCrrY. JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1897. 8 ;r SSJt 2SSi5rflS?te-p3-.JSS5E.T.H !! k'i- NU ! I THE CRUSADERS ARE COMING. DISTINGUISHED TIinOSOPHISTS DDE IX KANSAS CITY TUESDAY SIGHT. Seven Heralds Of the Fallh Have Nearly Completed Tlielr Tonr oX the "IVorld Public Sleetlnc Wednesday S'lsUt. Mrs. Katherine A. Tinglcy, leader of the Theosophical movement throughout the worldj and jjenerally looked -upon as the fcUttfiKScr of Madame Blavatsky. K. T. Hargrove, president of the Theo sophical Societies in- America, Europe and Australasia. Claude Tails "Wright, president of the New York Theosophical Society. Mrs. Claude Falls 'Wright, lecturer to the Eastern Ftajes In America. II. T. Patterson, president of the Brook In ThcO'oBhlcal Society. K M. Pierce, representative of the School for the;Reviral of the lost Hysterics Of Aritiquity. Kev. "W. "Williams, of England. Mrs. Barclay G. Cleather, of IJondon, Eng. These are .the people, with their posit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

& ? "C ,1 -? THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 7, 1897. - V' A AN OLD, OLD COUPLE. TUfCLE JACK CRCTCHFIELD IS 00, ATJAT BETSV IS 87. HAVE BEEN MARRIED 58 YEARS. MIOBAIJLT THE OLDEST COUFLE IJf ' THE WHOLE WIDE WEST. A (VUIt to the Hoxue In Westport, IVIiere !Tliey Have Lheil for 43 Yearn, Shorrs Aunt Betsy m Chipper an a Girl Uncle ' J Jnc "So to Be Around." In a little old-fashioned brick cottage at 17 Central street, Westport. live "Uncle Jack" and "Aunt Betsy" Crutchfleld, the oldest couple in Jackson county, and prob ably In the entire West, If not In, the Unit ed States. Uncle Jack will be Si In May. Aunt Betsy was S7 last Sunday. They have been married fifty-eight years. The couple are childless. They have lived In the house they now occupy for forty-three years. It Is a cheerful Utile cottage, suggestive of the old-fashloneu life and good cheer that is found within. Its windows are of the old style; Its primitive doors have swung to and fro for four decades and more;...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

-ii 10 . THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MARQH 7, 1897, wmmmm igJsiBjLagaagtmKrTyaajaacBataajg? l ' t' --'z.' viiVt y ' .3i ' ''' Tbe marriace of Miss Lulu Slay Samuel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Sam uel, to Mr. Emery A. Green will be sol emnized at o'clock on Wednesday after noon, March 10, at the South l'rospect Avenue Christian church. One of tbe most charming events of the week was the marriage on Wednesday of Miss Berta Couch and Mr. Edward L. Mas Fie at the Prospect Avenue Christian church. The preceding days and tho:e that followed were gloomy and cheerless, but on Wednesday the sun shone radiantly and the air was mild and sprjng-like. The pretty church was crowded with friends of the younjr couple. Tbe altar was banked with spreading palms, their tropical -green forming the sole decoration. Preceding the arrival of the bridal party Miss Grace Wit tlch sang "If Tbou Couldst Know," and' tbelr entrance was heralded by Mendels sohn's wedding march, placd by Mrs. Ella C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

sj - - 7 'fl H HE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. 1VIARCH 7,1897. -11 " y A Son;; of Golden Curls. Stay a little, golden Surls twinkling eyes o blue: Stay and see the violets, for they are kin to you; Xlnger where the frolic winds around the gardens race. Checks like lovely mirrors where the red rose becks Its face. "Sweet sweet!" All the birds are singing; "Sweet sweet!" The blossom-bells are ringing; Klrses from the red rose Kisses from the white. Kissing you-good morning And kissing you good night! Stay a little, golden curls brightening eyes of blue; The violets are listening for the lovely steps of you; The white rose bids you welcome, the red rose calls you sweet. And the daisies spread a carpet for the falling of your feet. "Sweet sweet!" All the birds are singing; 'Sweet sweet!" The blossom-bells are-ringing; Kisses from the red rose Kisses from the white. Kissing you good morning And kissing you good night! Frank L. Stanton. As the precocious children of the slums are one of t...

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

laautKBrv . iJaearja3EaswK. t 12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 7,1897. in i 3 t biraaf 1 "r Jcr; x, mmmms THIS WEEK'S J ATTRACTIONS. . Coatei) All vrtU, Stnurt Robiion In "The Juckllnn." Auditorium Flrnt Iinlf of week, "For Fair Vlrjtlnln. Grand All TrceU, "Tlie Fatal Card." ainth Street All lreek, "The Dazsler." Academy of Music Thursday night, Oratorio Society concert. Auditorium Tuesday- afternoon,' Stage Employes' benefits The tendency toward plays of a .highly moral and even religious purpose seems to be increasing. The success of "The Sign of the Cross" appears to have driven everj English dramatist of note to write plays on Scriptural subjects, and In our own country, dramas like' "Shore Acres" and "The Old Homestead." each with a moral, and perhaps a religious flavor, have achieved sufficient success to warrant us in the belief that we. too, are trying to be KOOd. Stuart Robson certainly took cogni zance of this radical change of sentiment In our theatergoers when h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

"Krt t-H0Z"l-T,'&i f e- a?3 ' K.a-.s -- - I'-vJ.-f.Jf Vf&p -j?& &:?&, -f- - T" ' THE KAK&VS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAKCH 7, 1897. 13 - Missouri, Kansas STexas Trust Co Seventh, and Wyandotte StrooU. KAKSAg CXTT, MO. OAPlTAtj - 81,350,000 Ecrplos and Undivided Profiu, Sl.16Q.00a SS Wall 8treet. New Tork city. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. 149 Washington street. Boston. Mass. 8andthorqula 2, Hamburg. Germany. Blngel 133. Amsterdam, Holland. n Lombard street, London. E. C En Bland. Dorotheen-Strasse 64. Berlin, Germany. IS Rue da Louvre. Paris, France. Arthur E. BUlwell, President; Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble; 2nd. E. L. Martin; 3d, W. a. Taylor; 4th, Jacques T. Noltheniua. Arthur C Robinson, Secretary; W. 8. Taylor, Treasurer; Frank B. Wilcox. Ass't Treasurer: J. J. Calrnes, Ass't Secretary; E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. C D. Fbkich, President. Est. 1871 W. T. Dillos, Vice Prest and Secretary. French ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

14 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MATtCH 7, 1897. ' S DIPLOMATS ABROAD. WHERE TIIEY LIVE, nOW THET LIVE AND TVIIAT THET SrEND. THE ENORMOUS SUMS NEEDED. STORIES OF WHITELAW REID AND WILLIAM -WALTER PHELPS. The Legations at Constantinople and Peking Our Consul General at Cairo and Hli Knvass The Corean Minister and Ilia Soldiers. Washington. March 6. Secretary Shr mui tells me that the applications for con Milahlps will probably number 5,000. There are more than ten applicants, for .every foreign mission, and the politicians seem to look upon the diplomatic appointments an the best offices In the gift of the admin istration. This Is a great mistake. I have at different times visited every legation In Europe and Asia, and have come into con tact with more than 100 American consuls in all parts of the world. The most of them were dissatisfied -with their positions, and all complained of big expenses and small salaries. There Is scarcely an office state department which pays enough to...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 7 March 1897

V-"""? THE K&NSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAiiUH 7, 1897. 10 ; OUR WELL-DRESSED ' MEN. AMERICA IT'nXISIHXCS, Mien OCR CLOTH, THE BEST TO BE HAD. 9To ."Seed tol'so Imported Good Amer ican lint and Other Articles of Men' Apparel Imitated In England and CUenliere. From the New York Snn. It has been shown conclusively that a man may be -well drestcd If hl3 outer at tire is made wholly of American woollens, and that cloth of domestic weave is in no way Inferior to Imported material as re Bards style, quality, linUh and wearing Qualities; thus he may be stylishly and correctly dressed without expending a dol lar for foreign fabrics. But he thus Tar only half dressed. There still remains an equal part of his apparel, from hat to boots Inclusive, embracing a variety of articles the selection of which Involve fully as much taste and Judgment as the choice of bis heavier garments. Excepting the head and foot wear, these articles come under the general grouping; of furnishing goods. Articles...

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