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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 May 1897

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 23,188?. Tho Thallas will dance at Washington park to-morrow evening. Tho rhilomathean Alumnae Association will meet Saturday, Slay 2, at the Coatcs House. A number of Llnwood avenue young peo ple will participate In a coaching party Friday evening. Mrs. J J. Sejuler anil Sliss Cora Squler have sent out invitations for a reception on Tuesday. June 1. Tho Young Men's Current Event Club will Rive a banquet at the Midland hotel Sat urday evening. May 23. Mrs. McCoy, of Independence, will short ly lssuo Invitations for a dinner in compli ment to Miss Pearl Hanson. The LaPorte Club will hold the first of a series of dancing parties at Falrmount park on Wednesday evening. May 2G. Miss Madge Hart and Mr. Jesse W. Cov ell will bo married nt tho bride's home, 1620 Kansas avenue, on Wednesday evening, June The students of the Huppert Art school will hold their third annual exhibition on Friday. May St. between the hours of 1 and 6 in tho afternoon. Mrs....

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 May 1897

r"u ' THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 23,1897. 11 Asleep, Low 'mid the downy pillows. Brown curls and rings of gold; Tho baby's dimpled lingers The mother's gently fold. Soft cheek 'gainst soft cheek resting1 While evening shadows creep, AVhlte lids the brown eyes veiling, Mother and babe asleep. Ho bent to watch them, smiling. Tears gleaming through the smile, And words of prayer, unbidden, Hoso silently tho while. Still "mid tho snowy blossoms, lirown curls and rings of gold; Tho boy's waxen fingers Again the mother's fold. No bloom tho cold cheeks tinting; No breathing soft and deep. Brown eyes no more to open. Mother and babe asleep. Ho stood besido them silent. No moan, no tear, no prayer; Joy drains the heart's deep fountains. Grief finds but dark despair. It is a gratifying sign of increasing pro gress that women everywhere are awaking to a new senso of duty and responsibility nnd are ready to act in new and responsi ble ways when occasion calls for it. The evidences are...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 May 1897

12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 23,1897. GEORGIA CAYVAN COMING. A Ilrlrf KncaBPmenl at the Contc Opera Home Tills Week. Hiss Georgia Cayman and tho cxrellent company with which she has surrounded hettclf on thl, her first season as an ln dcrtndent star. Is to lie seen at the Coatcs Optra house next Thursday evening, when they will begin an engagement which will bo 1 mlled to three nights and a Saturday ir.ctlnee Miss Cay-van is well and favor ably known here, and the fact that she has lit last realized a Ion? cherished ambition and Rotten together a company of her own, -id that this compary is declared by more than one competent critic to be ono of the Lest and mot evenly balanced organl-a-t'ens on tho road to-ilaj, will lend an add d Interest to the engagement Her play?, too are both new to this clt. One of their is Itobert Buchanan s beautiful pas toral drama, "Squire Kate," which, when cr.clnallv nroduced bv the New York Ly ceum companj sonic four years ago proved one of ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 May 1897

'.Ti', , iTTtiTnwKny THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1S97. 13 iJ i. K. ncBxnAV, Pres. J Q. St bias, TOAOAl IT JIM NATIONAL Capital, S500.0OO.0O. Surplus, 537,092.21. DIRECTORS: W. E. Hall. W. C. Glass. C A. Fuysley. H. L. McEtroy. Frank Hagerman, Walton n. Holmes, George P. Gates. W. B. Clarke. J. K, Burnham, C, S. Morey. Webster SYjthtrs. U it. Smith. J. G. Strean, Ortrt First Class HORSES AT AUCTION. . 4 .. n m . J 1I..I. rxrL'flt mgnuass -w .-. - This sale, to be held at Grand Mo., will open Wednesday. May 20th. with the Grand Haa .Yi"4",!, "? DIAMOND, owned by W. O. Corlew. Odessa, Mo., and will be followed up throughout the tntire sale with superb lots; . ,.,, RECORD HORSES to be sold: Julette 2:14. Princess Bell J:17Vt. Jho -.-4. Gambler 2:41. trial 2:20, Mann, trial , 2:24b. Geo. 31. 2:22. Llllard Jr. 2:23V Jenifer trial 2:23'4. Miss Cleveland 2:17;. Teaser 2:22: Gallatea. trial 2, Plpp 224H. Ned fisSf. Oeto P dro tr.. 2:35. CO days work. Heir, Maud, trial, half, 1:1...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 May 1897

THE KAXSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1897. u CHAHBERLIHJAT HAND. the most dismal experience in the hotel m ws life. A TMO-IInndeil, No-Llmlt Game, at Which Iloncoe C'ouUllnir Was a Sliectntor !?1 l,TlM Warn on the Table. 1e?rroS!rm.5,,ied. the late John ti mberlin. of Washington, was one and 5 , h. h i.l to swim through hit hour o li -t tti. s.roe .u men of less cheerful 5pn7.Kr.im nt Ho often said that the most Jn mat .", rim.ee of his life was J single r"-.tiKtTn-tritnurof 'T 5-f.Tf ...Inne -rchnmberun-s ho- irl a memberof llaift' cabinet had helped JraXX with the dinner After It lTadbeten oaten, the four adjourned o C namlrlan s private smoking room i to tnjov th. ir coffee ai d cigars rhev all felt iiretij will, the only natural feci ng for " proper kiwi of man after eating his s .re or a Chaml-erlln dinner. Thej sat around ( hamberl.ns famous lacquered .rd t Oile purch.i! for him In-J. pan b General Grant), j-arnlng and elawdllng for uh'ie The Kentuekian lunvbUng wnong the ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1897. 15 Tho Pathfinder Cj cling Club, ono of the Iradlng organizations of wheelmen In Kan sas CUj, numbers among Its members gome of the fnfvt riders In this vicinity, who lave rcpcatedlj demonstrated their prow ess both In track and road events. The ilub is mostly made up of j-oung men. and the mat rial Is curb, that a cry strong team will be developed, this reason. Tho rider who is Justly entitled to be c lied the star of the club, and who has many times shown his ability to liold the paco with the best men In this section. Is Walter J Brunner. The first race in which "W alt " Brunner figured 'prominently -was F A. M'KINNEY. the Waldo park road race of 1S94, in which lie finished a good second to Charley Jacques, with a minute tho worst of the Handicap, lie made His iirst appearance ns a track racer at the Missouri state meet nt Springfield, in July, 1S95, where he dis tinguished himself by winning iirst in the three-minute clans, lowering...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1897. 1(5 ABOUT A FAMOUS JAP. TIIE MARQUIS ITO AXD HIS VISIT TO THE EXITED STATES. RIGHT HAND OF THE MIKADO. HOW THE ET-1'HEMIER LOOKS AXD TALKS AXD ACTS. A. Vlfilt Willi Him nt Ills Home In To- llo Huvr He Mnnnged the War With China Some Xetv Idcns of Jnpnnee Trade Tlie Tax on Ten. Washington. May ZL-lle I the right hand of the mikado! I refer to Marquis Ito. the famous ex prcrater of Japan, who. ty. tho time this letter is published, will bo traveling through this country on Ills way to Lon don to represent his majesty at the dia mond Jubilee of the queen. Marquis Ito has for years been the Uo'-est of all men to the Japanese emperor. He has been a member of nearly every cabinet during the i?iT niinrtr nf a century, and. he would be the premier of Japan to-day had he not usked to be allowed to retire for a rest after he had settled the terms of peace with China. Ito is one of the ablest states men of tho world. For almost a genera tion he ha...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 May 1897

ito Jjitmml mkt Emim& lfl V( ME XXXIX. BANK-CONSOLIDATE. V- mityrofoi, deposits and good WH,L GO J-IC OP COMMERCE. A GIGANTIC FINANCIAL DEAL GIVES THE BANK, OP COMMERCE $10,000,000 OP ASSETS. CHANGE TAKES EFFECT TO-DAY. METROPOLITAN'S RUSINESS WILL HE CARED FOR AS USUAL. llnnk of Commerce Tt?V5loTe Into It Old Quarter In the New York Life llnnk Ofllrlnl Regard the Union of Interest on of Great Vnlue to the City. While Eastern financial circles have been deeply Interested In tho union on the 20th lrst. of the National City bank and the Third National bank, of New York city, an arrangement of a similar nature has been quietly consummated In this city- On Fri day evening the papers were signed for a transfer of tho deposits and good will of the Metropolitan National bank to the Na tional Bank of Commerce. "While tho Metropolitan has been doing a gcod business, ns shown by its deposits which amount to over $2,000.!0 and has done much for the advancement of Kan sas City as a banking ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 May 1897

THE KAXSAS CITY JOUKNAL. MOIXDAT, IuA"i' 21,1897. :t EFFICACY OF PRAYER. nnv. mil noTiti TiiotciiT he had A GLOniOl'S EYAMrLE. PRAYED FOR CASH AND IT CAME HIT AX AMWISE I,IIOinECE WAS OT THE nONOH. The K.'.O "n AVIint (.mrrnor Smith Thought It -ouIil He "Worth to Jlini to Ilnve Colonel Blue Drfcatrel Intcrrs'lnc Kansas "Vevvs. Topcka Ka Mav 23 (Spec la A good Hory Is told on Conirressman-at-IJarge J D. Itotkln and his belief in the efficacy of prayer Shortly after the Abilene conven tlon last fall, the Populist state committee held a meeting and ordered the nominees to appear and tell how much they could contribute to the campaign fund When Botkin 8 name was reached lie aroe and Kald "Gentlernen. I haven't a cent nor any credit 1 cin t subscribe one p nny lint I tell jou what I can do. 1 will stand all of my own expenses during the efccm palgn and keep in the field all the time ' The committee, of coure, could do noth ing but let It go at that When Botkin was ready to start cut on h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, MAY 24,1807- 3 KANSAS CITl IB. Thr II rn noli Ofllce of THE JOLItNAL Jinn rtmoird to Iloom 15, Hosted lildc, nticre nil mhertliirnicnti and Items tit ocit Trill receive prompt atten tion. Any complnlnts ns to tlellrery nf thr paper will lie speedily reme died If notice In clven. Tel. West S3. EEELEY Institute SSKSg K The only place In Kansas where the It Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions nre administered Address as above GLiD HAND IS OUT. candid iti ron oFrin: bihlv in am: FIELD. REPUBLICANS ARE CONFIDENT. hki.ium: iiikv cin iiKvr a niwn kii opposition. hmall 1'rolinlilllty of the Democrats and Pnpnllsts Coiiililnlnd, lle- oniine Fusion litis Been a. l'nlltire In Other Elections. Tlie Republicans ore beginning to plan for the fall campaign, preparatory to tho croat -victor) which is In store for them Next November. The Democrats and Pop ulists are badly divided and there is little chance of these elements comb...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1807. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. ESTABLISHED 1534. The Jonrnnl Company, Publishers. Journal Unlldlnc. Tenth and NVnlnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Single copies Sunday DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents per ween; 43 cents per month. BT MAIL IN ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, one year Dally and Sunday. 6 months " Dally and Sunday. 3 months Dally and Sunday. 1 month m Sunday only, I year " M Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, l yr TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Olllce Editorial and Society t ity Editor .. SO ..1S57 .. S1I Eastern Office V"""r..i, ...31 and 2 Tribune Building. New otk Chicago Office 1S Masonic Temple J E. Van Doren. Special Aeency. Entered at the Pcstoffico at Kansas City, Mo . as Second Class Mall Matter. THE IVEATIIEn. Washington. MnylSTW Oklahoma, In dian Territory and Kana: Fair, northerly Rinds, becoming southerly. Tor Missouri- Tair. northerly winds, be coming variable. Tim sii.tws pniMnv mm. Late news fiom Constantinople...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. MAY 21.1807. o St. P. ,. 20 .. 8 .714 Ind. 15 9 .625 Mil. 16 10 .615 Won Lost Per Cent. LOST IN THE NINTH INNING. HI. I I HUit: A HAD BEGINNING AND A WORSE LM)IC Harnett Wim Knocked Oat of the nox mill NnN Succeeded hj- Friend, ho IMtcIieil n Beautiful (innir llnscball s,otes. The Blues lost yestcrdaj's game because 1 rank Connaughton ran acres the Held and attempted to catch a fly ball in Jack 1 arncv s territory. The ball belonged to the first barman, and Captain Carney should have gone after it. Instead, he allowed Connaughton to raco past the pitcher's box with the result that he mufTed the ball and dislocat ed his thumb, putting him out of the came. The fact that the runner was Riven a life at first was not what hurt, it was the absence of Connaugh ton from the field. Fred Lake succeeded him and Blanford went behind the I .Lite. uanr- ta a. ivvu T .. 1 i u fl,. . atcher. but as a shortstop w ell t hat is anotner story, aud muff of an esy fly In ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUUNAL, MONDAY, MAY 21,1897. (I I COMMUNICATIONS. i' . . ......-vvc.x:"-x-xx-x-x-:"X-:"X-X"X'C' rroaprrltr " Time. 1 1 me Editor of The Journal. In his farewell addrwa Washington said: I r.Mj 13 ne main pillar In your edifice of ir.1-penden.-e-tho support of that liberty sw o highly prize. One of the expedients to a.quire Influence In certain sections is to misrepresent the alms of other s nenann8 those who ought to In. united by f. icrnal affections and exciting a belief that there is difference of Interests be tween he several sections. As a statesman Washington rose above his l.IBb lvrt a ,.. Lack of unity create- chaos that clog" the best human eiiun. . -- Curses every Institution It touches, resi les spirits breed discord In communities vir'b merciless zeal. Humanity, in its strug gle f sWf-Hevation. with its facility to f ill wisdom from the. past. .11 II WW" wlllrht For want of unity of the. last onTr"s to issue the WMOMM ' f bond" "making the loss a 'e pair....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 2J, 1897. rosTVoi: stvmp peddler. I-.clnllnn of a New Tj pc Under the New rinn. From Judge . . ..i,i The postmaster general lias authorize;! letter carriers to supaly themselves with i ovnw stamps for tre convenience of tne tuopk along their routes. c may soon xp.-.t to hear the postman say Ins ome th'rg tike this to the ladles -who go to the door In answer to his ring at the bell i ar t I show you my tine stock of post-cm- stamps this moraine, lady? Here are sjit lovely 2-eenters In red. color war ranted not to run. Only II cents a dozen. n am For a quarter I will throw In a postal ctrd handy when sou don t wish to go to the trouble of writing a formal let ter M 2 cent sumps, ma am. are war rarted to carry a letter anywhere within fie limits of the United States, providing It weighs no more than an ounre Jor two ounco letters 1 have some very stilish look ing 4 cent stamps They como In a rich seal brown and bear a llnel xecuted steel engraving o...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. MAY 24,1897. 8 HER STRUGGLE FOR LIBERTY DR. HANCHEI TALKS OF GREECE AD HER. FKESE.NT WAR. Inoldentallr He Tonehc tpon the btrogrcle In Cuba and 'Wonders 1 hj- "Nations Halve Looked Nations Hr on L"n-uoi ed. "Greece and Liberty" was the subject of a sermon preached by Rev. Dr. J. W. Han dier, at the Grand Avenue Methodist church last night. "The continent of Europe puts into tha sea from Its southern border three princi pal peninsulas," he said. "The most east erly of these is a little peninsula, between the Adriatic and Aegean seas, whose total area ls less than 30.C00 miles, and yet it has been the seat of a struggle for liberty for more than 2,000 years. Greece, for such Is the country of which we speak, seems too limited In extent and population to make any formidable struggle for any thing great. But greatness is not aluavs dependent upon size. Power obtains, under favorable conditions, wltnout reference to extent In complex topography and varied...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 May 1897

3 mitma (ttttttft w lvJ VCIIB XXXIX. SflfIS LET GO. rp i.ov.ermii 3 ' ens puido"h him AT; )V MGIIT. TRIES TO EXCUSE HIS ACTION. INDEFENSIflLE ACT OP Tlin TOLIT ICL GOVERNOR. Release the Cashier of tb Looted Snfe Deposit nnil Havings Bank After Surreptitious Proceed ings Snttle-jr May He Tried Again. Pome 6.000 depositors in the wrecked and roobed Kansas City Safe Deposit and Sav ings Lank otto of the most thoroughly looted Institutions in tho historj' ot broken banks and tens of thousands of others who ft It in greater or less decree the de moralizing effects of that crash, will hear t 1th mingled feeling of indignation and amazement that Lon V. Stephens, govern or of the state of Missouri, has pardoned i:imer C. Sattley, the convicted cashier of tho 'wrecked bank. Sattley was quietly re leased from the penitentiary Sunday night. The whole matter was kept a profound se cret, and the courso of tho governor Is without precedent. He did not even eon mlt with the prosecuting officers of...

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. — 25 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOL'JLXAL, MUJMJAl', MAX 24,185)7- Evflln Bli H BH & flsi BThh Bh flBHHHH? BHHH 9HHHb HHHKBh hH' HBBJ EBHKflBHrBI flHHHHBi hHK BHa BBB BBBBBBBI BBBr IBf BSS BBBBBB BBBBfi BL1BjBmA&anuaBBBBKBfaBBajBnun I 4r i The Fire Sale is truly great great in all that constitutes a phenomenal and unrivaled value-giving sale ; great because of the homes it has made and is making happy: groat because it is to-day the salvation of the laboring men of Kansas City and the boon for all those with money to buy two or three suits. Last Saturday we advertised to return the purchase monoy if we had during this sale imposed on any one, and if anyone was not sure that he gets more for his money at this store than at any other. The result was, not a suit returned, not a kick turned in. THE PEOPLE the values we are ottering, and they know there is positively no place besides this sale where you can secure such real bargains. It is useless to try. You cairt find lower prices, and you cai...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MAY 2o, 1SU7. kaos tin; us. The Ilrnnrll Office of TUB JOUKXAl. fcas removed to Room E, Hosted 1)1 dc, rhere all ilTcrtliemcoli and Item f nevrs irill receive prompt ntten flon. Any complaints to delivery of the paper -irlll be speedily reme died If notice l clven. TeJ. "Went 23. SHRINKAGE of Values Reduced to Min imum. Send your Flannel to WLXFS LAUMinr. To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation. H. F. WTJLF. Prop.. Fifth and State. iEELEY Institute SSSffSySfc I The only place in Kansas where the l Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. KNIGHTS WILL MEET. sionnn.v rmni.iTV league will coxvkm: TO-I1AV. MANY DELEGATES WILL ATTEND jiumxess to nn ivri:iisPunsEn with nK.isiiti:. Supreme Moderator Ir. J. 11. R. Poivell "Will Preside An Online nt Wnsli lnRton l'ark Thin After noonProgramme of the Soilona. The fourth annual convention of tho Modern Knights Fi-.leZlty Leagu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MA 25, 1WT. JTHE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLI3HED 1S5I. The Janrnnl Company, PnlilUhers. Journal Mnlldlmr. Tenth nnil Walnut. NEW SUBSCRIPTION- RATES. SIr.glo copies -c Sunday 5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Dally and Sunday, 10 cents per week; 45 cents per month. BY MAIL IN' ADVANCE. Dally and Eundaj, one jear $4 00 Dally and Sunday, 6 months - 00 Dally and Sunday, 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sundaj. 1 month Sunday only 1 ear - M Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 jr j0 TELEPHONE NUMBERS m-lness Office Editorial and Society 1K" City Editor 8I2 Eastern Office II and 32 Tribune Building Newlork Chicago Office 1230 Masonic Temple J E Van Doren, Special Agency Entered at the Tostofflce at K.msas City, Mo , as Second Class Mail Matter. the wnvriinn. Washington, May 24 For Oklahomai In dian Territory and Kansas-Genernlly fair, except showers In extreme western por tions, warmer; south winds For Missouri Fair: warmer; north winds, becoming southerly 3I"KINI.EY AM CU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 May 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, MAY Ho, 185)7. BATTLE OF THE TA1LENDERS. THE 11LI.ES AD THE GOLD IIRICKS TO FIGHT IT OIT TO-DV. Old Ilelinble Gil Hatflelil and "Count' Campao lo MnUe Tliclr First Appenrunce of the ltnr on Expoaltlon Dinnionil. The battle of the tall-cndcrs will le fought on Exposition pirk Held to-da). and the conflict should be filled with much cx cliiment Because a team happens to be at the foot of the iercentage column it does not recessarlly follow that It is plajirj shabby baseball. It Is not at all improba ble that the fans will fee some of the finest ball of tho seabon during the scries with the Gold Bricks In the assortment of ball tenders that will line up for the Michigan town to-day there is "Old Reliable" Gil Hatfield 'Count Campau. both prime fa vorites In thin city last season. Glenalvln, the sunny-tempered hot scotch, who was with Milwaukee last season. Dave Buckle. th- ex-Hoosler. Foreman, ReiJ, Gettinger, Rcat. Holllstcr and Game! The Bricks coma ...

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