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

THE KAKSAS ClTlr JOUKNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 16,1897. ? STRAY FROM THEIR HOMES. missuvg people who civn the PO LICE 3ICC1I TROUBLE. Tbonnnnds of Derelicts Are Reported nt tlie Mnlonn Ei er- Year Way ward One Who SeeU Ad venture anil Excitement. rrcni tho Chicago Chronicle. Over 4,000 people were reported at tho various police stations as missing during the iear last past, and It Is Rate to as sume that the number this jear will bo as Lige If not larger. The svstcm cmplojed to Keep track of these wanderers from hearth and home Is very complete, and .t Is significant that of this number of people who wre reported .is btrajed away lit 1Sj fully SO per cent were afterward rt turred to their homes and a IaKe pro j)crtlon of them by the efforts of the pc- When a person Is reported missing at one of the outljing stations, the Inspector at that station takes a full and complete de scription of the derelict and enters this In a. book which is kept for that purpose, and this description is afterward...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUjSDAY, MAY 16,185.. 15 All the fast men. among the crack whcel recn of Kansas City are not in the ama teur ranks by any means. Thero- are a number of fast men here who ha e entered the ranks of the professionals and hao made pood records for the limited oppor tunities afforded them Foremost among tha Kansas City professionals must, of course, be placed Joe Uockcr, not only the fastest man In Kansas City, but about as rapid as any rider In the West when It training-. As an amateur Joe Ilocker as- torished the natives by his wonderful lllght of speed which developed with but little training. In 1S93 at the Falrmount park meet ho mado an enviable record, compelling all the fast class A men of this F. W. A. VESPER. section to lower their colors to him, and on the Kansas circuit In tho latter part of tho season he was Invincible. Last year he became a professional and competed at the Falrmount park meet with Gardiner, Ziegler and tho other circuit chasing crack...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 16 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 16,1897. 16 WD TING FANG TALKS NEW CIIIXESB MINISTER CHATS WITH FRANK CARPENTER. CHANGES GOING ON IN CHINA. ALL ABOUT 'THE SEW RAILROADS AXD FACTORIES. Why Reform Cnnnot Go Fnster -Chl-ncie and JapnneRe Compared nlnck Sheep Among Ameri can Missionaries Chi nese Inventors Washington, May 15. The effect of LI Hung Chang's trip around the 'world is s-een every day In the new foreign pol icy which has been adopted by the Chi nese emperor since Li's return home. A general change Is taking placo In tha dip lomatic circle, and new ministers arc being rent to the leading courts of Christendom. First, It was announced that Lo Feng Luh was to bo minister to Great Britain. A week or so ago a commission was ordered to go to Kngland to represent the emperor at the diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, and within the past few days a new Chi nese minister has arrived in Washington. The striking peculiarity of tho new ap pointments is that the men chosen are those ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 17 May 1897

$&tta5 jmm&( voir v xxxix. no. 311. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, MAY 17,1897. MONDAY. PEICE TWO CENTS. ft) i A s IHESOi MANIA. ANOTHER DESPOXDEXT MAX SEEKS AJTEU DEATH. W. B. GULICK CUTS HIS THROAT. ax appallixo record that steadily swell1xg. IN Gnllck Fnileil In Ilia Attempt, Making: the Eighth l'nucccnfnl One in a Month Nine, However, Have Succeeded " VI Ch in Tlint Period. Assistant Pollco Surgeon Landon was Vopt busy yesterday. From 2:30 o'clock In thj morning to 3 o'clock In the afternoon a merry tattoo was beaten on his tympa num by the sound of the cone summoning lilm to service. None of the accidents, however, was particularly serious. Police Surgeon Ilydo Is In St. Louis on leave of absence, and Dr. Landon acted as police surgecn. If he received any salary at all, which he does not. he earned It yesterday. W. B. Gullck. of 1210 Broadway, a clerk for Swofford Bros., while laboring under a fit of temporary melancholy, cut himself several times In tho left side of the neck In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 17 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 17.1897. THIS IS CUBA'S WEEK. rnACTICM.Y CERTAIN THAT THE SENATE WILL ACT. WILL VOTE FOR RECOGNITION. SENATOR MORGAN'S RESOLUTION TO HE TAKEN II TO-BAY. Action nn the Kxpecicil Messnjre Front 1'rcNliIent MeKinlry Ik Not Set tled First Statement on the Tnrlft Hill on Tlinrmlny. Washington, May IS. The proceedings In the senate next wgek are by no means set tled. All will depend uion the course the Cuban question mayi take. Senator Mor gan's Joint resolution occupies the favora ble place on the calendar, and there is little doubt that it will be taken up at the ap pointed hour Monday. Still, there Is a Might possibility that the expected mes sage of the president may cause a post ponement, and that the character of his recemmendations may have a bearing that will Influence the tenor of the resolution that ultimately will be adopted. The Ala bama senator will not stand in the way of action in accordance with such a recom mendation as the president m...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 17 May 1897

THE KAKSAS CUT JOURNAL. MONDAY, MAY 17,1897- MONDAY AT t Including the best line of Up-to-Date Styles. As your friends have told you, you will iiud here better bargains than at any other store in Kansas City. We are closing out the remainder of the stock at about 40 cents on the SI. in three Hrllfc I like the garments other deal ers are asking you $S and $10 for, at our store for Z s 10241026 Walnut Street. s KANSAS tin, KAS. The Branch Office of TI1E JOlins-AL hnn remoTed to Itoom E, lloated bide-, srhere all advcrtlirmcnli and ltema of nem vrlll receive prompt atten tion. Anr complaint na to delivery of the paper Trill be speedily reme died if notice U given. Tel. "Weat S3. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send jour Flannel to AVILF'S LAKVDRV. To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation. II. F. WULF. Prop , Fifth and State. EEELEY Institute SSrSfe: II The only place In Kansas where the l Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 17 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. MAY 17, 1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1531. The Jonriinl Company. Publisher. Journal nulldlnsr. Tenth and Wnlnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies 2c Sunday .. .,....''- DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily anil Sunday, 10 cents per week; 45 ccats per month. BY MAIL IX ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year U 09 Dally and Sunday. 6 months - 09 Daily and Sunday. 3 months 1 Dally and Sunday. 1 month Sunday only, 1 year W Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr M TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office 2 Editorial and Society l&i City Editor S12 Eastern Offlce . . .CI and 22 Tribune Building. New York Chicago Ofllce 1ZM Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren. Special Agency. Entered at the Poslofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. THE "WEATHER. Washington. May JC For Oklahoma. In dian Territory and Kansas Fair in east ern portions; partly cloudy weather and, possibly, showers in western portions; southerly winds. For Missouri Fair; souther...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 17 May 1897

TIIE KANSAS CITY JOUIIXAL, MONDAY, MAY J7, isyf. Col. Won 12 Lost ;... 6 PerCcnt 666 MANNING BACK IN THE GAME. HR mi.i, pit on iMrniiH ami MlWt.K TIIK Ti:M. (arur) Will Lonllnur nn Its Cnptnln anil (imrrn All Tlelil 1IJ Illurs Lose the I. nut nf the prU- With MllMHul.ee. Manager tannine announced last nlgnt that he would don a uniform and get Into tha game when the Columbus team arrives to-morrow. It Is not probab that le will bo Into the field, but he will assist Captain Carney In the work of managing tho team. The presence of the ow-lime war horse on the coaching line should have h good effect and mar result la breaking tho hoodoo that has stajed so perristcnllj with the team thus far this seaon. I'our thousand people saw the Blues g down to defeat on Exposition park fleia jesterdaj- because they were outplaced by the strong men from the Northward. There wa. no hard luck about jeterday's com bat: It was u. gl.'e, and take affatr. In which tho Brewers 'Id the taking. Adon s Terrj. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 17 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY J OUltNAL. MONDAY, MAY 17,1897. 6 ON OUR BOOK TABLE. SOME OP TUB LATCSsT OrFEItl'NGS TO Till; HEADING 1 Oltl.I). Ltternrj NoteKy mill Comments on the Authors of the Da; and Their Production ew IluoLi Received. The Robert Clarke Company, of Cincin nati has lately Usued "Odes in Ohio, and Otr-er Poems." by John James Piatt, whom lajard Taylor once called the "Poetic A o'f f of Ohio " This is the author's fourth volume of verse. The book I small, and a Irge part of it is special-occasion work, liut it contains much to pleae and uplift the general reader The poet makes his own forms, the Irregular length of the lines suggesting Sidney Ianier, but he Is gen erally artistic and that Is all that is neces sary There is much of the spirit of poetry in this verse, and the book, as a whole, is much better than the kind that is usually put forth for a day, a people and a place. I.lfe is offering a prize for the best ten short poems in the English language, to be decided by popul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 17 May 1897

THE ..KANSAS CITY JOUliNAL, MONDAY, MAY 17,1897. AT THE DOOR OF BORGIAS. HISTORIC VATICAN APART3IENTS OPEN' TO Till: PUBLIC. My Order of Pope Leo The Creation of 1'opc Alexander VI., the Father of Caesar Ilorsrln Tragic, Unexpected Death. From the New York Herald. In 181 Leo XIII. announced to the world his intention of throwing open to the pub lic tho famous Borgia apartments in the Vatican, which had remained closed for nearly 400 years. In tho world of line arts thi3 announcement created a great flutter of expectation, for in this suite of rooms wes to bo found tho Unest siecimen of Pir.turlrrhio's art. that marvelous painter of the fifteenth century, by some said to be jupll of l'erugius. who. If he were such, far surpassed his master, and was by many considered the peer of Raphael. This prom ise has now Iwcomo an accomplished fact, and the apartments and their wonderful pa'ntlngs aro now shown to visitors to tho ft 1 1 CJ1 II This act of Leo XIII. has caused a vast controversy,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 17 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, MAY 17,1897. 8 y m DREAMS WILL BE FULFILLED. SOMB DAY KAXSAS CITV PARKS -VILI HE TUB WORLD'S EWY. llpv. Dr. Jenkins I of Tills Opinion. ami Tells How lie "Would Lite to See the Cauli liaised fur the Improvements. Rev. Dr. II. D. Jenkins spoke at the Sec ond Presbyterian church last evening on the subject of "Kansas City Parks and How to Get Them." The address was listened to by a largo congregation. -In the histories of all ancient kings." Mid Dr. Jenkins, "we read invariably of tr.clr pleasure gardens, their parks and their hunting preserves. Solomon bad such both in the vicinity of his capital, Jerusa- t. Jem, and in the northern boundaries of his territory, upon me eiues ui iiuuui. ni:iuiwi. The reservoirs which ho built to supply city and plalsance with foundations still, at least in part, exist. Kvcn upon tho dead level plains of Mesopotamia the kings of tho East erected vast towering terraces In jiyramidlal form, with winding drives to tho top,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 May 1897

Immm 1HE XXXIX. NO. 342. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, MAY 18, 1897. TUESDAY. TRICE TWO CENTS. Wxt $Wfc&9& J$ IJ rt Vv & (THEY TELL TIIK COST OF STOCK YARI1S 3IAINTEXANCB. GOVERNOR LEEDY LOOKS IN. SCVAATS TO SEE HOW THE IXVESTI GATIO.V IS WAGGIXG. lather Dry Hearlns Before the Spe cial Masier In the Stock Yards Investigation Cost of Keep ing Up the Yards Being Fully Gone Into. There Is an unusual reversal of condi tions in the hearing of the stock yards con troversy, which was resumed at the Coatcs TItaje"tcrday before Special Master Clark. The title of the case is Charles U. rotting et al vs. L. C. Boyle, attorney gen eral, the Kansas City Stock Yards Compa ny and Its officers. The title is one that ar rays the Stock Yards Company and Attor- -"JevjAV EX-CHIEF JUSTICE HORTON. ney General Boyle as co-defendants, and presumably In such cases they would work together. The company stands ready to enforce the law, it says, and did attempt to do so, when it was promptly stopped by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 18.1897. SENATE ACTS QUICKLY APPROPRIATES f50,00O TO AID AMERICANS IV Cl'IIA. NOTHING DONE BY THE HOUSE. DEMOCRATS I.M.STi:il OX )IAKI.G AID A PARTY ISisbK. President McKlnley Send n Special Mc-sunge- to CoiiBroni Hecomineud IiiK nu Appropriation Mor gan Resolution I p fur Discussion. Washington, May it.-Cub engrossed the attention of the senate to-day. The pub lic Interest In the subject was shown by the great crowds which besieged the nai leries throughout the day. Among the oc cupants of the diplomatic naileries were Sir Julian Pauncefote. the British ambas sador, and Minister Hatch, of Hawaii, and In the reserved nailery was General Dan Sickles. ex-Cnitcd States minister to Spain. The Spanish legation In Washington was not represented, so far as could be ob served. Two phases of the subject Were presented. First came the question of re lief to destitute and starving Americans In Cuba, and at 2 o'clock Mr. Morgan's reso lution caused spirited...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 May 1897

-aE4?ySiJijllSsS6a(!JR - TOE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 18,1897- KM CITl KB. The Ilrnncli Office of TUB JOUIINAI. lin removed to Room E, United bids., vrliere all ntlvertlaeraenta and Items of new ttIII receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to delivery of the paper Trill he speedily reme died if notice is Given. Tel. West 2.1. w.j A. SIMPSON, 5" Minnesota avenue, nas 50 lots lor saie in Ferree Place, between 9th and 10th streets, on and near "L" road on Central ave. Very desirable for resi dence; prices low, terms easy. Telephone Ye$t34. IEELEY Institute ESSSnStffc (I The only place In Kansas where the II Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions re administered. Address as above. EVEN POPS KICKING. or-E.v GA1ini,l J.V TIIC AHOISES 1VII.VTII. CITY POP WEEKLY AFTER SCALPS. TUB SUX I AKHAID FOR TUB rAIlTY OOIl. Onlr OrRnn in, "Wyandotte Connty Kirks Over the Traces InflliKli Old Style AVIint Is Coins to lie Done About It f . I The open ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUEXAL, TUESDAY, MAY 18,1897. THE KANSAS CITY' JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1554. The Journal Compnny, rubllhcr. Journal Building, Tenth and Wnlnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year jj L-Hy and Sundny. 6 months Dally and Sunday. 3 months 1 W Dally and Sunday, 1 month Sunday only. 1 year 1 Weekly Journal and Asrlculturlst, 1 yr V) TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Oflicc Editorial and Society City Editor ..1S37 .. S12 Eastern Oflicc ; , ...21 and 32 Tribune Building. New ork Chicago Office 133) Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. THE WEATHER. Washington, May 17.-For Oklahoma. In dian Territory and Kansas: Partly cloudy weather: south winds. For Missouri: Fair; southerly winds. THE SULTAN'S DEMANDS. The patience and the policies of the pow ers have at last been...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1897. 5 FRED LAKE IS FINED $100. fiftv dollrs a ntow ron strik ing ujiniin en vves. Ilec nnrnett, of Detroit, Assessed a Like Sam for Assaulting: Umpire EbrlKht I in pi re Lu.Il) In competency Proen. Chicago. III.. May 17 The board of di rectors of the Western Baseball League held a short session at the Great Northern hotel this afternoon. The members present were- President. 11. B. Johnson. M. If- Kil Hea. of Milwaukee: T. J. Loftu, of Colum bus, and R. H. Leadly, of Orand Rapids. The old trouble between Detroit and Grand Rapids oer Pitcher K. P. Scott mi final) settled, the decision awarding Scott to Grand Rapids being found regular In ever) particular. In the case of Jacob Weimar is. Indianapolis the petition of Weimar. In which he asked to be removed from the reserve list of Indianapolis, was dismissed. The directors found Indianapo lis fully prepared to fulfill ltn contract. Left Fielder Burnett, of Detroit, was fined ill for striking U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1897. G t. K. Bcbsham. Pres. JO St RE1!, CTPADAI I V A m NATIONAL Capital, 5500,000.00. Surplus, $37,092.21. ... ..... DinECTORS! W E. Hall. W C Glass C A. Pugsley. II L. McElroy. Frank Hagerman, Walton H Holmes, George P Gate'. W B. Clarke. J. K, Burnham, C. S. Morey. Webster ft ithers. L. R. Smith. J. G. Strean. tT NTR1ES now being received for J. W. Robertson X. Co.'s E- special May sale of fancy saddlers, speed horses, with and A O without records, road horses, coachers, teams, knee actors and cobs (brood mares and colts excluded). To be held At 23d and Grand Avenue Horse and Mule Market, Kansas City, Mo., Alay 26, 27, 28, 1897. 5 Send for entry blanks at once. Entries close May 12. "97. 4 Missouri.Kansas&TexasTrustCo. Seventh and Wyandotte Streets. KANSAS CITT. WO. CAPITAIj - 81250,000 Snrrlus and Unillrlded Profits. $1,150,000. IS Wall btrett. New i ork city . 4C0 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Fa. 149 Washington i-treet. Boston. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 18,1897. OTTAWA CHAUTAUQUA. All Arrangement Completed for the Mneteenth Annual Assem bly .Next Month. Ottawa, Kas., May 17. All arrangements havo been completed for the nineteenth an nual session of the Ottawa Chautauqua assembly, -which will be held at Forest park June 14 to 23. One of the new features of this season will bo an art gallery. In which will be exhibited noted painting, casts and other works of art from public and private col lections The list of lecturers embraces In part W. J. Bryan. Iter. Thomas Dixon. Bishop C 11. Fowler. Dr. Frank Bristol. Professor Hooker T. Washington. P. M. Arthur. G. "V Haln. Dr. J. L. Hurlbut, Professor TA. V McClintock. The 25th of June will br- Brian day, and Governor Leedy will preside Sunday. June 13 Rev. Thomas Dixon, of New York, will deliver three sermon lcct- Baturday. June 19 will be G A. R. day. Th( principal lecture- will be given by Bish op Fowler, of New York, on the life of L. June 17 will l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 18 May 1897

THE KAJSSAS (JJLT.Y JOURNAL. TUESDAY, MAY 18,1897. 8 CARRIES RESPONSIBILITY TOO AKIIEST OK SIIOPklPTERS PnOPEH IP TUB niGHT 0C IS TAKE. So Decide the Conrt of Appeal In a Case Klie Yearn Old V dumber of Inlerendiie Opinions llamleil Down. Away back la the Uajs of Bullene, Moore. Emery & Co., and while Mr. Bullene, who 1., now dead, was at the head of the estab lishment Jlrs. Sarah E. Knowles was In the store. It was April 23. l&C more than live ears apo Mrs Knowles was accused cf stcallns a piece of lace The J oung- om rn at the counter said she saw Mrs. jvnowlcs take it The latter was arrested and Fearchcd The lice- was found on a counter, where It had been all the time. Mrs. Knowles brought suit for damages r.nd was given CM. The linn appealed, but the Judgment was affirmed by the court of appeals esterdaj The court held, in the course of a long opinion, that the nrrest and detention of persons caught thieving was strictly In the line of duty of the emplojes, but that this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 19 May 1897

"r9Stff , lie fCutt &mtttm tOLUME XXXIX. NO. 343. WEDNESDAY. KANSAS CITY, MAY 19, 1897. WEDNESDAY. PIUCE TWO CENTS. 1frv& JUI i,;'!El TO DAVIS CHEAT GVTHEniXG OP HIS FIUEtDS AT TIIIJ MinLVNU. ENTHUSIASM WAS UNBOUNDED. MR. nAvis cheered .win ad AGAIV AS HI! AROSE. ELOQUENT, GRACEFUL SPEECH. GUEST OP THE MGIIT PRAISED BY HIS TOWASMEX. Lnst MrIiI'h ParfTTfll Dinner "Vn a MemornlileVrOncMore Entliunl- niitlc Crowd cier Gntlicrcel About a. Tnlilc In Knn- aus CII Who ' 1 ere There. ITon. Webster Davis, tho new second as sistant secretary of tho interior, was the recipient of a splendid banquet last night in the Midland hotel. Hundreds o friends living in Kansas City and other cities of Missouri and in other states assembled to do him honor. Four ions tables were re quired to seat tho-e who had come to testify their esteem of tho brilliant joung Kansas Cltan who was selected by Presi dent McKlnley to fill so Important an office !n one of tho government departments at Washington. An...

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