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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

THE KAKSAS CITY JOUIINAL, SUNDAY,. MARCH M 1897. 8 MANY FAMILIES ARE NEEDY. riTiAnLn rAsns nni'ORTnn to the MAYOR VKSTEIinAY. John Foley and Two of III Children Paralyzed nnd Three Other Clill- ilrcn hick Touching Sote EUL'IOIllllR' !?". Tlie recent cola snap has had the effect of srcatly Increaslnc the number of appli cants for asslnnnce at the mayor's office. If those who have old clothing about their houses, which they will neer use, only know how much Rood cast-off Garments would do. they would surely send a bundle to the mayor's office. Not a day jiasscs but two or three wretched men or women h'l.imble into the office of the mayor clad in rass and shlverinB with the cold during fcurh snaps as this. All persons having cast-off clothing are earnestly requested to bend their address to the mayor it they are not able to take the. bundles themselves. The clothing will be put-to the best possible use and no one will be helped who Is not In every way worthy of relief. The same request...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

F 4r-5s IgvtsT'S? ' f-'VcS.";"'"'' '-a' THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1897. Mies Paulino Lobb and Mr. L. It. Bolles will be married Tuesday. March 23, at El Paso, Tex. The wedding of Miss Catherine House, daughter of Mrs. Jennie House; and Mr. John A. Barnes, was solemnized on Wednesday evening. March 10, at the Ivan hoe Park Congregational church. Rev. Mprtin Luther officiating. The church was lavishly decorated with orange Jblossoms lilles-of-the-valley. carnations, ro-es. ferns and palms. De Koven's "Oh, Promise Me" was delightfully sung bv Miss Sophia Pir.kston. contralto of the Grace Episcopal church choir, folowedl by Mendelssohn's wedding march, played by Miss Irene Bel den The bride and groom were preceden by the ushers. Mr. Eery Paget. Mr. Clif ford Sloan. Mr. T. J. Seehorn and Mr. C. C. Stone, and by two little flower girls. Misses Mary Thornton and Lydia Stevens. The substitution of Haw ley's '-'Because I Love You, Dear." sung by Miss Pinkston. for the custom...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MARCH 14.1897. Vcxndous. "What wondrous days. indeed, are these, AVhen science shows it light On any pathway that you please, , " , That you may turn aright.' c Yet life Is filled with terrors new; Tho hours crow dull and Ions, l-'cr everything you care to do, TIio doctor says, is wrong. Who tries to warble Is forlild. T.cst germs attack his throat. The dancer's prowess must he hid. Though lie may screech a note. "Who dines in carelessness complete Is tempted by the throng. But he who likes to may not eat; V Tho doctor saya it's wrong. i You Minn the water. sparkling fair,' i I.est toes lurk there disguised;' ", .$ Tou musu't hrcatho unless the air , lias been well analyzed. Thoughtless, you turn, as is your wont, With an affection strong. To kiss your baby. Hut you don't; The doctor says it's wrenff. i WusdiijJstonSt.ar. The hairdresser Loroy was. supposed to be an all-powerful personage during the days of tho Third Empire, although the photograp...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

-JFU! fCS " "U& - 1 i ' THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH M-,1897. 11 The engagement o Mr. Robson at the Coates the past week was not the success that a Robson engagement should be in this city. It was all that could have been expected, however, considering the disap pointment of "The Jucklins" and the wretched company. It would have been a great pleasure to reiord a success for Mr. Robson. Me Is one of the most popular comedians before the public, but he has been exceedingly unlucky in securing a successor for "The Henrietta." It was confidently hoped that he had struck the right thing in "The Jucklins." But the new piece will not be an enduring success unless some changes are made in the cast and some new touches are given the play. The greatest mistake made by Mr. Hart In his dramatization of Mr. Read's story was in retaining the Intimate and unvary ing relation of the comic novelty and the serious element. Old Lem's rooster fighting propensity has such diverting and v a...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

(3- -wem. j:- JW ft$?f9Ktf a r.- -JJT - X. , "V 4 - -"-j-fr-? I' t THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 14, 1897. 12 ag,"Hf-tl KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. CLOSIN MENTEL'S DRY GOODS, MILLINERY Sona Fide Mentors Mammoth Drv Goods stock as'wc have made all arrangements to move at tho end of that time, and the more c sell the less we move. Tho genuineness of this sale is demon strated by the notice given our landlord, which is as follows: Kansas City, Kas., March 10. 1S97. Mil G. J. Tvwss: You are hereby notified that I shall vacate the store rooms known as 3os. C01, C03 and 005 I April IS, 1e97. And to reduce this immense stock made that must move the goods, as it entire stock. This will be one of the fered in Kansas City, Kas. In vievvot tne .Aiclviniey lariit on all imported wool (raw material) coming from South America and Australia, it is a cer tain and assured fact that all fall and vviuter goods will advance m price from 60 to 73 per cent., Ever since last November 1 have been quietly...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MAHGH 14, 1897. IS Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Seventh and Wyandotte Mreets, KANSAS CITY. -MO. CAPITALi - S1.S50.000 Fundus and Undivided Profits, $1,151,000. C6 Wall street, New York city. 40 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. 143 Washington street. Boston. Mass. Sandthorquia 2. Hamburg. Germanj-. Singel 238. Amsterdam. Holland 31 Iximbard street. London. E. C, En gland Dorotheen-Strasso 54 Berlin. Germany. IS Rue elu Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stllweil. President; Vice Presi dents. 1st. J. McD. Trimble. 2nd. E. L Martin. 3d. W. S. Talor: 4th, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary: W. S. Talor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox. Ass't Treasurer J. J. Calrnes. Ass't Secretary. V. S Mosher, Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braley, General Attorneys. C D FnxscH. President. rt- 187& W T. Dillon, viceFrest- and Secretary. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, provisions and stocks. Private wire to Chicago. St. Lo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

14 THE KAKSAS GUY JOrjBKAL, S TflST)A. MARCH 14, 1897. Manual Training High School 1 I FIRST YEAR j SECOND YEAR j THIRD YEAR '. FOURTH YEAR COURSES ", 1 1 1 . FIRST TERM SECOND TERM FIRST TERM SECOND TERM FIRST TERM SECOND TERM FIRST TERM SECOND TERM EftGUSH AND tCSSOFtSmCNCan ICS30K3 IN ENbUSrl " fihtTOPIC, AMKICAN AntTCKIC, AMIB1CAH "T AMtfliCAl UTCBATURC , AMLRICAII UUIMruftt . CNGU3H LirtRATUIlt "T ESGU5H UTCAATVRE COMPOSITION 3 COMPOSITION AKS COMPOSITION CIA51IC3 MS SSATS ' C1AS5 Ci AID 3AT3 ABO SAYS AMD tSSATS SOTC BOOH A CJSAT3 IIOTC BOonatssArs IT MENSURATION 3 P1Y5'OGflAPHY 3 PHYSICS 4 PHYSICS CHEJ.ISTRY CHEMISTRY 4 """'"emIstbt 4 '"mijtrt SCIENCE T ZOOLOGY 4 ZOOLOGY BOTANY BOTANY PHYSIOLOCY PHYSIOGRAPHY 4 MINERALOGY GEOLOGY J . 1 , W STEAM 3 ELECTRICITY 3 UlTUFU4Tir V INVENTIONAL- j AIGEBPA ANO i ALGEBRA AND 3 AIGCBRA AND i AlCtBRA AND 2 AlCtSAA B PLANE DESCRIPTIVE , SPIBVFYIMr 7 iMAtnt-MfltllO GEOMETRY PUNE CCOMETRY 2 fLAHC GEOMETRY 2 PLANE GtCMCTRt 3 SOUP GEOMETRY 3 TRI...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

THE KANSAS .CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 1 J., 1897. 13 A VERY SHADY DEAL. X.AXO coMiiissioMm LvonEi i LIKELY TO IIC DISMISSED. DISPENSED OFFICIAL FAVORS. GYR OIT N MJVA'NCE COPV OP A MOT IMFORTA'NT DECISION. Car Wan One- Involving Title, to Mill ion of Dollars" 'Worth of Prop crl) on (lie Chicago Lake Front LnmnrfDX Ite f lines to TnlL. Washington March 13 An order repudl nting tbo act-, of the general land office in the Chicago lake front case, which probab 1 will be followed bj the peremptory dis missal of Silas W I.amorcux, of Wlscon Iii the commissioner, was signed by Sec retarj of the Interior Bliss to-daj. It di rects that all proceedings in the case sub MHiuent to the hling of the application to locate McKee (-crip on the lake front bo rescirded and annulled and requires a new trial liefore the new commicsione r, not jet appointed, within thirtj dajs after notice to all interested. The action is based upon the opinion of Mr Lamorcuji. given out by him to one of the partis In ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 14 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUJN'DAY. MARCH 14, 1SU7. 16 SHERMAN IN CUBA. sncnnTATiY or statics visit to tiiu queen or the a:tilles. FRANK CARPENTER WITH HIM. a coccMAI. scnatoiuxl pvutv in THE SOUTH. Some- Morirs of the Charleston Earth quake TIip Trip to Havana How the- Cajitaln General Hon ored Micrinnn bhcrnian on Annexation. Washington, March 13. It Is now ten jears almost to a daj since Senator Sher man incited me to make a trip with him to the Island of Cuba. Mr Sherman was th-n president pro tem of the senate, and - s such bj the death of Vice President Hendricks, he was the acting -vise presi dent of the United Slates. Xow Mr. Sher man !s the head of our state department, and one of tho chief subjects wltn which lie has to deal Is Cuba. The trip which we made had no diplo matic significance. It was merely a pleas ure tour for fun and rest. Senator Sher man was tired out after a hard session of congress, and took a party of a half dozen yn ttors and friends along with him. He h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 March 1897

jranm Ai s $ VOLUME XXXIX. NO. 278. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 15, 1897. MONDAY. PKICE TWO CENTS. li itttj8 9ti? GAINED FOLLY. 25,000 FOPILATIOX LARGELY IXCUE.YSED DL'RIXG THE PAST YEAR. ESTI nc riTV Acccccnp q,si ' 03 1 the Vt 2?- '?' pnoi'Einr rkti'iixs SHOW rti5 OF X EARLY ?30O,0OO. y e: Sir. Yot AlBlit . $ IlooH Office Force Worklns JT lo Tarn Oier the j Sonic Inter- tl EiivonmB c Flcure. Aix-ordlng to tlieTTgures ot City Assessor Tost there was an increase of fully 23.000 in the population of this city during the past year. Mr. Yost and his entire force have been working night and day for the past two days In order to complete the personal property return?, which must be turned over to the city .auditor and treasurer to day. The force worked all night Saturday and Sunday nights. There are 35,000 more names on the books this year than for the fiscal year 1SS6-37. .Allotting a very liberal percentage for dou ble assessments, it is computed that there aie 23.000 more people in Kan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1897. THE POIEBS TO ACT. WILL ESTABLISH A BLOCKADE OF CRETAX POUTS TO-IJAV. NO REPLY TO THE GREEK NOTE. AGREEMENT IS A COXCHSSIOX TO RLSMA AMI FRAXCi;. Urrrk t!lnli.lcr of War Hn-ifciilng the Military Preparation Hie Snme as If War Wp Deelnrcd Grate Adilce From Lnrrlsn. Re.me. March II. It Is officially nn-ncuncf-d here this afternoon, tliat the re uli of the pour, parlours of the powers jestcrday Saturdayi Is a definite aqree ir.cnt not to reply to the Greek note, hut to Issue orders to tin; foreign admirals to establish an lmmcllate blockade of Cretan 1 rls. which will probably so into full duration to-morrow. This agreement is somewhat in the na ture of a f-oncerslon to Russia and France. Knssij. during the middle of last week. Mor-oscd. with France seconding tlie prop osition, another joint note to Greece, in sisting on the withdrawal of the troop, instead of an immediate resort by the pow ers to force. Russia's action -was inspired. It...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MA11CH 15, 1897. 3 KANSAS CITY, KAS. pHE Branch Office of the Jour- nal has removed to Room E. Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will receive prompt attention. Any complaints as to the delivery of the paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given. Telephone West 33. KEELEY InstituteSSStr. S& The only place in Kansas where th Genuine KIey Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addiction are administered. Address as above. AVMHACEMENTS. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for councilman of the Third ward, subject to the Republican primaries. John A. Sharp. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nomination for councilman from the Second ward. J. R. Richey. Office, 540 Minnesota avenue, Kansas City, Kas. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for councilman of the Fourth ward, subject to the decision of the Republican primaries. Fred L. Funk. I hereby announce myself as 1 a candidate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 15,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1SZA. The Jonrnnl Company, Vahllnhcri. Jonrnnl UaUdlnc, Tenth and "Walnut. SEW SUBSCRIPTION HATES- Single copies 2c Sunday 5 DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per vcck: O cents per month. BY MAIL IK ADVKCE. Dallv and Sunday. 1 3 car $4 M Tsil and Sunda. C months 2 0) Dailj and Sunday. Z months 1 M D.illy and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday or.l. 1 jear 1M Weekly Journal and Asri-ulturist, 1 jr. 3) ,,'K TELEPHONE KUJIBERS. Business Office 130 Editorial and Socle''- 17 City Editor "2 Eastern Office 31 and 33 Tribune Bull line. Kew Tork Chicago Office 133) Masonic Temple J. . Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered at the Po-rtofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mail Matter. THE W EITHER. Waslilngton. March 11 For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Increasing cloudi ness, probably threatening -weather; south easterly -winds; warmer. For Missouri: Fair In the morning: in creasing cloudiness; prot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 March 1897

THE KAJS'SAS CITY JOUKNAL. MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1897. SMS FITZ IS SCARED. MLLDOON' THINKS HIS TILK HOES XOT SOUND RIGHT. MADDEN DIFFERS FROM HIM. HE TllIMit I'tTZ IS CONFIDENT AN.D IN GOOD SHAPE. "Work of Ilnlli VlKlitrr A ralrrdaj; AAn of a I.lcht Order iiml They Will Do Very Little More l'ltx In HnmorouH A elu Sporting !Vetv. Carson, Nev., March 14 The sensation of the da) was the declaration made this afernoon b) 'William Muldoon, the famous wrestler, regarding Fitzsimmons. Muldoon is an acknowledged authority among sport ing men on all matters pertaining to train ing ,and physical culture and his opinion carries great weight with them. He visited Cook's ranch this morning and had a long talk with Fitzsimmons. He looked him over carefully in order to obtain as close nu estimate as possible of Fitzsimmons' lhslcal condition and his opinion ex pressed after leading Fitzsimmons' train In? quarters was not as favorable as it might have been "1 did not like the looks of his ee." said Mul...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 March 1897

6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH lo, 1897. ! COMMUNICATIONS. I Sonic- Estimated of Cleveland. To the Editor of The Journal. The retirement of Mr. Cleveland from of lice lias betn the occasion of prai-e and cinMiri. in the ratio of 10 to 116 censures lo 1 prab-e. The events of the lat-t cam paign in which the policy of Cleveland s administration on the bllvor question was reversed had the effect of putting the press of his own party dgainst him. and with llio opposition press against him. he left oBi'o -vreIy brought to task, especially In ih nvl. AVh.it will be the Jinal esti mate of Cleveland is matter for specula tion The world loves succef-t. If the cause if the sold standard slull win and the Mlvr fre coinage lose, the world will at tach a. i onsiderablo credit for this to Mr. Cleveland. On the other hand, if In the n volutions of public sentiment, free coin age should triumph, the discomfiture of 'levelwnd will be complete Ids party will stand for th.it which ho set his...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JQUllJSAL. MONDAY. MAJiCH 15, 1897. WAITED-3IALE HELP. WANTED An idea. Whocan thlnkof some simple thins to patent? Protect your ideas, thej raw bring you wepllh. Write Jonn Weddcrburn i Co .Dept. E -patent attj-s . Washington. D C. for their Jl HO prize of fer and rear list of 1.000 inventions wanted. ANTKD-Reli iWe man to handle agents for Telephone Tablet and Specialties. paj- J3WM a tar incloe stamp. Mctory au. Co Cleveland O. WANTED Salesmen to carry our lubri cating oils as a side line or exclusively, bis money to hustlers. Austlu . JIcGte. Cleve land O. . . WANTED SK per -week. advertising, po sition permanent experience unnecessary, i iihn sex Jones. Kepler &. Co .Chicago. 111. WANTED 2 voung men. S10 per week: i ws agent 3 Wet .th st room 9. W.WTED-FEMALE HELP. WANTED A good white" cook. Refer ences required 2118 Independence ave. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. nnd furnished rooms 1W4 East 12th St.. ror Walnut Tel 1179 The best place In K. C Mo., to find help or sl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 15 March 1897

THE JLAJNSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1897. , s V Wl n COMERT PfiEAGHEBS. nu. dr. iioiii:rts iru:s that TJIEV SUED CO.WKRMO.. SOCIAL PROBLEMS CONSIDERED MIMU I'HETTV I'l.lLN TALK ON IMI 1 LI ION- AM) CMMMTIOS. Tlir PiiMlar of All -ouI Church Prrnrlir n MrlUIiiK Tinn What Hun tli- Imrrli Done! Il ltriMlliIli11o nnd 11" Unties. A preacher told a story rf tho noomlav praver meeting .it Lyceum liall the other rfa- It was that at .1 revival the churches umc together to ppv for a. great out pouring of the s-pint. One pcron sent up a raiuist for pr.ivcrs for .ill the wicked. Thereupon another s-cnt up .1 rcquc-t for people Jo prav for comer-ion of the min isters. Th Itv Dr J. V.. Itoliert. pastor of All Souls' church. tu present at the meet ing and hi.ind the Incident rclatcu "All of the clcrgvmai present seemtd to Indorse the s-cntiment. liut not one of them offered himself for pr-ascr." he told his congregation jrstcrday morning. Then ho went on and preached .-1 striking sermon. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 March 1897

4fKV r-V '- gfxsr. &? 'Jr!PTSr'' ? & f Ittrwa $ VOLUME XXXIXliNO. 279. .TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JMAJtCH 16, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. wkt Cito w iri If N BBE1K THE GOURDE. -. -J ; " THE BIG COAL COMBnTATIOS MAy?GO TO HMITHEREEXS TO-DAT.- GbotiOAD RAISEST,ABOW, Ve I - vf' f -i- -. " " - 2 J.JL. SEO jgs- tETIXG OPTllAFICraJAS- OJ'-S UlS JLM1 UOJlUiat J -I" , 5 ,..1 - -2l'. J. Jt W ulleld In KnnsnsjltV To- dal 3 ;!?7e rropect.Are Tfot J . ( i Ice The sCombloo . LJto JInvc Bgf- . "koslns-ProposiUorf4 ff r :ff ... i. :" IT T- . rifBwuinaters of.'lhe, -various, railroad " cwnpahtarcnterlng KanspTfCJUjr ad offl- cersi awijnembera otheiKjansas City coal combine. Twill hold a jmxtisiiQn -Kansas City tocay which wasijntenaed to be -wholly jOxt to dlsctlss E0meob1ections thStha,vejbeen made to tHejneyioifs of the f - combine1 Al hear what the-pr63trs have V'Jto 'aay.-'ffhere Is much, .feeling existing amonrlbs&Tien who will-be Ir.Hhe meeting. '. : and a'U'bljnJpro5jJeithirf.he,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 March 1897

THE KANSAS CITY .TOuIlXYL, TLc,Vlax, MAnuit id, 18U. tried knights. The cl-anRe In the person nel was verj trrcat. 11 II o clock the reserved galleries with the exception of those for the diplomatic corps and the executive, were walled in, tier on tier The bright cGtumcs of the ladies save light and color to the animated crr.e As the hands of the clock pointed to 1. Major McDowell, cltrk of the liouae, railed the house to o'der.' j 1 Iter. Sir. Cottdcxi, vtu: blind charjlain, Jt th house, then belli cjed $ie Invocation, appealing to the throne for God's blems on the work or the new congress and the rev administration - t "f The fieri or the lioiWj ihtn, readlte president s proclamitlon convrnins ron Si after which the roll was called Im irrd!atcl following. Thomas B.EeeTJ, of Maine was elected -vr.O?cr. ThP "vote vas Ifeed. Vf Bsllejy, Dcmoer-lt. VAt Hell Populist n, Nciylawjft.slrierit". I. All the PopulMs voted 'for Belh Of the nois and ilarshail "oT 3hto vMert for Bal fus cnlsts....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 March 1897

r- - THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1897. KABSAS CITY; ES. SHRINKAGE o Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to WXLF'S LATODnY To be Laundered. Distilled "Water Used In the Operation. IT. F. WULF. Prop., Fifth and State. K tt-ltY InrtiTiitn Portsmouth Bid.. Kansas Citv. 1UU, iiw oniy Diace 11 lace in Kansas where tho (PtlllfnA TfaMtlakV H.mutlM qnd TS.i inent for Alcohol and XnrisotlfT Addictions pre administered. Address as above. AWOUXCEMEMS. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for councilman of the Third ward, subject to the Republican primaries. John A. Siurp. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nomination for councilman from the Second ward. J. R. RlCHEV. Office, 540 Minnesota avenue, Kansas City, Kas. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for councilman of the Fourth ward, subject to the decision of the Republican primaries. Bkuv L. Funk. 1 ' I hereby announce myself as a candidate, for the office of mayor of Kansas City, Kas.,...

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