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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 9, 1890, Burlington, Iowa S V THJB WJLEOL l WEDNESDAY APML 189CX if Cons rat Wi TORN BY also saade tte fin 1MB miD IT fill ram a HE April tornado visited several dtisa aad towas ia the eouthern portioa of the state at an early hour this doing considerable At Charlottea nussbarof two mills aad a great many out bnfld ings and dinners wen Fortunately no one was seriously hurt Now that the alleged day of doom is sear at hand tte strong influence exer cised by the woman is caneiag a great THE BALLOT BOX from A aumber of credulous people hare left for the moun tains after selling their property for aom in al Shortly after midnight Sunday aicbt a handsome young woman who had at Woodworths meeting cre ated a sensation by nuaing down Wesh iaftoa ea loudly ecnasoiag fm good Lord Im only wait former She was taken to the police when aha continued to beg the Lori to save her from the deluge foretold by HBPiffiDBIK BTiUNE April situation ia connection with the carpenters strike was quiet to A small number of The Lawrence License BD1 Ceasidered lathe SenatePall Text ef the TL Ea caawBuat State TBB HAWKKTB I DBS I Tte house this morning began work at tea oclock OB the Australian ballot Than wan thirtysix sections of tte bffl aad twentythree had been decided upoa In Trowbridge Allegaa I nonunion men from surronnding towns four or five farm houses end out I went to work this morning bnt tte buildings wen destroyed and sir people of strikers soon induced painfully Great havoc was wrought oa tte out ckirts of Battle At Kalamazoo a school house and many residences wen bsdly At Mount damans a aumber of houses were partially wrecked aad Eberlein killed by Fred scale wages by the bosses are willing to concede eirle FerUensts April cyclone struck about five oclock this The storm came from tte northwest and swept a track about one half mile wide from tte eastern limits of tte city for quite a long distance in tte Tee umbrella factory of Spnque ia which about thirty young women were em was partially Many of the girls bnt otters wen caught and Don aged received fatal LUlie Miss Brush aad several otters whose names were not given n osived seven A aumber of bams and otter small buildings wan trees were uprooted aad ton down in all At seven oclock another terrific storm visited tte tte wind blowing and hail stones aa large as hickory nuts breaking wiadowa aad demol ishing green Much damage by the storm is reported all around Nor them to the struggle BOW narrowed dowa to tte question of recog nition of the The carpenters de mand forty cents per eight hoars a yearly end tte use of eight hour desaaad and pay 37 cents per day which tte men would accept as a com bat absolutely refuse to recog nize tte It is believed then will bs no change in tte situation befon when tte builders hold their regular weekly THB FL0MBEBS There was a hitch this morning in tte negotiation of tte plumbers aa tte juniors objected to tte reduction of their demanded Tte arbitntioa committee finally settled the matter this April Associated Press correspondent who ar rived this afternoon finds the early re ports of last Bights atom grossly ex In the track of the half a mile wide aad a mile an three houses and several barns were wreaked aad a aumber of other buildings elightlv Then were no Edward wife and child aad the family of Clark Reynolds were all painfully bruised and cut by falling bnt none of them an in a dangerous The storm struck the town about seven oclock last evening and continued for about ten The rainfall was about two inches and the hail very The tornado was no other points re porting The property damage here probably amount to 180 AKOTHKB BOCK April rtrango stormcloud which passed over Book Island about six on darkening the sky aad giving us a sprinkle of proved to be a veritable cyclone when it reached the It broke down several buildings at Joslin demolished tike scattering its timber over the greatly damaged the grain eleva wrecked a aumber of stores aad dwellings and severely injured a num ber of routine HAU April S was a tremendous hail atom hen last it continued about tea minutes and nearly all the window glass in the west aide of houses were A great many of the hail stones were of a phe nominal size two being picked up of seven ounces Several people caught out in the storm wen severally bruised by the tremendous shower of Haarc Bpoolal to LA April about four oclock this afternoon after a very sultry day then nested over this city from the northwest the heaviest hail storm that has visited this vioinitv for fifteen The hail stones wen large and completely covered the de molishing windows sad doing other The agreement is to run two yean from February journey men to per day instead of 3 75 for which they and the juniors to get tweatyflve eaats per day The man an well satisfied and work will be resumed to befon the essaioacloaed The nmaiaiag jectioas wen read over aad then the sixteenth was taken up It Caaaee Gremt Wall Haw April assignment of fiistare and Harold of the firm of Sistares beak ers and was filed George of and of New an the only preferred cred Henry counsel for the says no one amounts of can tell the Be states that the deficit caused by Hilger may amount THE 8BKSATION ON WALL NEW April 8 defalcation and subsequent failure yesterday of is still the The amount Heavy WlM M April terrific atom in many years swept over the city early this Many houses were unroofed aad the walls of several buildings in course of erection blown No one was April terrific rain ntorm visited flooding the cellars of business houses on College street to the depth of four The water rose rapidly in Plumb Creek aad the people oa the flata expect to be compelled to leave their homes be fore April night Miss Ettie Snarey aad Miss Tree Huff while crossing the river were drowned by the upsetting of the boat Charles Start who accompanied them aad who escaped was uaable to save tte young ladies owing to tte swift Sistaree sensation of Wall of embezzlement is not yet made public but it is the prevailing opinion that it will reach a larger figure than was anti A great deal of regret is heard on all aides over the suspension of the company as the local members of tte firm have all been very Tte it appears had been expected and the company had closed all their con tracts on tte stock The re sult was the failure caused little or no trouble to the stock market Bt April nport of the Cincinnati and Louis railroad company for 1889 shows tte net earnings wen surplus for the year Deducting losses on the leased lines leaves a surplus of on all lines for 1889 of against a deficit for Aa was offend by Holbrook to except school township elections from tte operations of tte law in regard to This was warmly de bated bat was lost Only a few amendments of minor im portance wen made aad then the bill was pssscfl under suspension of tte rule by a vote of 86 to Tte men vot ing against tte measure were Jewell of Van Tte absent wen Smith of THBSXHATE Tte first thing bef on tte senate this morning wss the license It was the signal for a long Senator Beads regarded tte question of adoption or rejection of tte license bill as patting ap character against tte democratic bffl calling for just Out Tte course of ttet party had bean inconsistent aad and its present though it might te shv ia what byrefnlatioaaia or ia what ner aad ia what toeaSaa vided they wniaaardsa commisUoaers receive the mm of three hundred dollars per pay able as lalary for the discharge of their duties inlaid which amount shall be paid to them out of the city treasury fromthe permit money received by the city for the granting i of such The terms of their said offices shall eoBtianafora period of two years from the date of eoavictioa shall felony aad shan peadteatiary for oaeor gafltyofa Bpeeialto DBS April procession aad recaption at tte capital this afternoon was a grand Tte procession did act reach tte eapitol bufldiag tffl after bnt everybody for tte Tte stead was naV would not be held longTThe qnes tioa in regard to tte law was not whether the cities of tte interior should cities of tte or vice whether the law of Iowa dictate to bnt should be enforced in all parts of tte Wolfe said all tte members were opposed to dmnkenaess and the best method of handling tin liquor traffic was license and local option as proposed by tte Tte present law was a good thing for corrupt prohibition lawyers throughput the surreptitious dealers in no one Weidmaa said tte legal existence of tte saloon in Iowa had been termin ated and it should never ba Balliagall said tte policy of pro hibition was a mistaken and tte proper way was to let the traffic alone and the American men would do with it as was tte same as they do with other speaking of the amend meats wanted the bill to die just as the one the democrats had and hoped tte amendments proposed would not be Parrott contrasted the policies of tte democratic party in Iowa and Penn tte former demanding high and tte latter denouncing that system as a Bailey opposed the proposed meas ure because Iowa had progressed under prohibition and that condition of pro peas should be permit is shall state that such applicant is a bone fide resident of such aad that wehapplicaat if such comply with all the coadttioas sad restrictions eoa tairediatte permit that ssay be iined to the applicant aad with tte statutes ia such case made aad and such applkatioa shall be varl fled by aad shall be dorsad bjr at least thirty 90 freeholders residents of tte voting precinct wherein the permit is to be including the property Neither shall such ia any grant a permit to aay building or whereby tte business would be carried on ia the immediate proximity of a public or private or in a neighborhood occupied largely by private residences or manu facturing If there be filed with tte said board any remonstrance against any application for such permit the said board shall fix a day for the hearing Said commissioners so aopoint ed shall not in any case issue permits for the manufacture or sale of said liquors in any voting precinct wherein Governor Boies aad Speaker Hamilton wen quite weQ Lieutenant Governor Poyneer was loudly bat Governor Alger appeared there waa tremendous Tte meetings this evening wen very largely The speakers at the West Side opera house being General Alger aad and OB tte last Bide John Frank Harsh sad TOTSTRAMPEDCPON IB Bun rum OK intonr the voters at such election as aforesaid have declared against the sale of intoxicating and it shall be tte duty of said city clerk to furnish the said com missioners when appointed a certified copy of the official returns of saidelec Nor shall any permit be Sec granted to any person or personsTunless said person or persons at the time such permit is have paid into the 3ity treasury not less than five hun dred dollars 1500 and such additional sums as said board may direct as a spe cisl permit which amounts shall be paid in and no permit granted shall be valid for a longer period than one That such petitioner at WHY to April It is stated that Bmins hasty acceptance of Wissmaaas offer of a post in the pay of Germany was partly due to his disappointment at not receiving a nply from tte Khedive to his request for a gift of for tte lurpose of building hunnelf a house at It seems tte fact of tte matter is that tte Khedive acceded to Emihs bnt that his nply to that effect was delayed ia this leading to Bmins misunderstanding and subsequent desertion of the Khe April Kmin Pasha has arrived He shows less eagerness concerning tte proposed expedition than his employers and it is reported that he wishes to cancel his engagement and return to Europe bef on deciding aa to his future April 8 waile at work in started a six feet Ttenpttla M towardlss tat was kiillad befon naehiag it poked oat from tte BOM tffl It a ctteiBa dyaa te BOSS aad dkv rof charged Then was a TSw JtotwlMe Utah Byv J IB April Freemans Journal says that Major Le who became notorious because of tte testi mony given by him for tte Times befon tte Paraell is aow living ia a suburb of He has growa a gray beard and which have so completely changed hie appearance that his most intimate friends could not rec ognize The Journal also says that te has been promised a farther govern meat engagement ia BUBBBTTB BBW April tte new play written by Frances Hodgsoa was produced at Terrys theater It was favorably Miss Lucy Webling took tte part of DIED MOM HIS April 8 wellknown died today at Monte Carle from the effects of injuries re ceived by being thrown from his car BTOtABCK eBABTBD April Bismarck tea been granted a pension of A dark named Ferdiaand Rook tea been seat to prison for three months for at to extort money from tte ex Clyde said three classes demanded the pi saloon habitual drinkers and selfish men who wanted to benefit tte county from the profits of saloon Tte that BO saloon license should te issued ia any county until a proper inibriate asylum was built and that no saloon was to be located within three miles of any school or state Institution of learning wss defeated by a vote of twenty to Further consideration of the bffl wss postponed until Thursday THk The Uceaw Macaw UaUtar eMMMtesi IB the Btate Msaate Du April Tte following is tte text of tte Lawrence license now being considered ia the A bill for aa act authorizing cities of the first and second dees and cities or ganized under special charters to permit the sale of malt aad vinous aad to permit their manufacture aad sale IB such Be it enacted by tte General Assembly of tte state of Iowa Section Any city in this state of tte first aad second aad cities organ ized under special ia tte A LABOB April a msetlar of nptaeeatatlve worksaea held at Oltaa to day delscates reprseeatiag work tia various tradej Resolstioast ing the f ormatioa of trades oaioasaad maos faads aad MlHagfur oua or Anfl aAt ameeOagof cab tte aoblaet uadar tte relseae of tte date aad upon tte conditions follow ing aad not provide for a special election for tte purpose of de tenaiaiag whether permits shell te granted to keep for sale aad sell spiritu malt aad vinous liquors la said any statute of this state to the contrary If ia aay such city two hund red freeholders residing therein shall file their in ia tte office of tte city praying ttet such a spe cial election be it ahallbethe duty of tte city by to order such special elections and to authorize tte mayor to issue a proclama tion but ttet each special alee tioa shall aot occur oftener than oace in tte time such petition is offered to the said present a bond in tte penal sum of at least five thousand payable to the city wherein such permit is ttet tte princi pal therein will faithfully with all conditions contained in the permit that may te issued to such under the provisions of this act and statutes appertaining to tte issuing of such per mits And ttet he will pay all penalties and forfeitures which may be adjudged against him under the provisions Ttet then shall be required at least two good and sufficient sureties upon such aad that neither thereof shall te qualified if such proposed surety holds a permit upon the provisions of this act otherwise such sureties shall qualify as in other cases Ttet a conviction for any violation of this act of for feit the permit aad tte money paid there Ttet said person shall not sell Special to April Later Day Salnti conference sessions of today wen more interesting in the prayer and preachiag services than in tte afternoon when business was on hands and numer ous reports from elders read in the after noon showed the condition of tte church in Australia and many parts of tte United States to be and many converts have been made ia the past A YewthfsU Tnua Special to Taa April K the thirteenyearold lad charged with placing obstructions on the track near had his preliminary examination here yesterday aad was bound over to tte district court in a sum of He is a bright honestlooking little fellow apparently incapable of such vicious or by any artifice any in toxicating liquor to a an habitual an intoxicated or to any person of whom a or guardian has given written notice ttet te must not te supplied with intoxicating Ttet aiid person permitted to as shall close such place of bad ness permitted at 11 oclock and keep tnch places closed until 6 tte followed unless prohibited as herein Ttet tte place of business hereby per mitted shall te closed on days when elections aw whether general or nor ahall any liquors of any kind be removed therefrom during election hours oa election That tte place of business permitted hereby shall te closed on That tte business conducted by per mission hereof shall te carried on in a and opening upon a pub or high held not Bach special election shall lass than thirty aor more than sixty days from tte date of such proelamatioa aad aotios of tte time of holding tte same shall be published four successive weeks iaoae or more news papers published ia such Tte election shall bel the places sad under tte conditions BOW or which Bay be hereafter prescribed by law for city elections That sack special election shall aotte held at tte time of aa elec tion for aay otter aad ao other questioa shall basubsalttad thereat than whether tte city shall panstt of wiacor teertter t tte onaditinac aad restrictions as provided ia this act aad tte form of tte ballots shaD For tte sale of in Agaiaat tte sale of laVrrriiTsffr The jadgsaof electioa shall coaattteTotse aad auka their ntors to ia tte maaaer provided the city swersmalWi oa tte first Monday after the election ttedtreoaaca aaaDmact aid canvass coeh ntorac aad dcdan tar result thereof by la case tte tioa shall tte sale ing then tte city eouaefi shall i BjmoUuiSm dan roomfr lie street or excepting in ease a permit is granted to a Ttet ao games of any kind shall te permitted to be played oa tte nor shall any ad joining or contiguous rooms be supplied with liquors of aay kind from tte place of business permitted Ttet then shsll aot te used any ground or col ored or aay otter device for ob structing the view of his place of bod That tte permit holder shall by agents or authorize or permit music of any kind to be played when tte business is A to April farm resi dence of Porter was consumed by fin at three oclock Monday Tte family escaped in their night bnt John aged twelve years perished in the Men who attempted to rescue tte bov had their hair aad whikers burned The loss on tte house was partly The BeswhUeaae Cairv Dee Dna April straight republican ticket was elected yesterday with possibly tte exception of city en Tte republican majority for mayor is probably five The republicans elect a majority of the coun lillawtB Special to THE April one of the earliest Mttleri of Hancock died at his home in this city at aged 87 He was a native of and came of a distinguished For nearly half a century he hai been a lead lag and honored citizen of He will be buried tomorrow from the Episcopal of MABCDS STBABRB April citizen who on Saturday last in a fit of mental shot died AHBBICAN land tent It shall duty of each constable sad peace officer in tte dty to at least oaea te Mch all places withia their respective jurisdic whan aay of said liquors an sold or to ascertaia if aay of tte provis ions of or aay act of tte general assembly relating to the sale or furaish hg of such have or an heing aad whenever any of tte officers above meatioaed shall lean of any such it than te his doty to forthwith make written returns of the same to tte said excise commissioners of with tte same of tte aad to do whatever shell te ia his power to bring tte offeadar to justice sad n aay neglect or refusal of aay of officers to perform the said Qua tte said exe proper proeeediasjs to Ifaayoaeto csnsit granted sopplise aay oaa with iatoxi CttiBg liquors oosrtrary to tte provisions i ha atelTte liable tor and a sui The ChsellBK the Tte Gosling went crying to her Mother one and on being asked what had happened to worry her Feelings she re plied I met the Drake down by tte Fond the Drake is a relative of but he called me names Indeed 1 te called me a little Goose Aht the wretch hissed the but I shall at once Proceed to hunt up his Children and call every one of them a Drakeletr MOBAL Any man who will call a Pullet a Hen let must te Prepared to take the conse The asve the One day a Gobbler went to a Ssge who wss renowned for his wisdom and said I have come for advice on a grave Tte Fox has sworn to seize and eat me at tte first and I want to know how I can escape Do Foxes fly asked the sage after a thoughtful Of course Do Gobblers fly a Fox oa the earth cannot very well eat a Gobbler on a Saveyr Any man is a Fool to stand and take a Licking when Nature gave him Legs to ran away The BrewB the After a long spell of Rain a certain Brook which had never boasted of a depth of more than a foot became a small and sa it went rushing along it called out to a Farmer ia tte field Save what yon can of your Mill as soon sa for I am going to aweep it away drive your cattle to tte hills aad send your Family oat of tte house and prepen for tte very wont Tte Frightened Farmer hastened to bat had not half completed his La bors whan tte Brook again sank iato In significance and want winding its way H Indignant at having been pat to such Frighrand tteFsrmer waa talking Spanish to tte Brook when an Owl oa a Thoratne near by observed It wea much your Owa Fault Sud den wealth and power coming to one who has always lived ia Poverty is sun to cut a dash aad come down with a Tiaheta With the Naval tfaB BinOther Lessslatiaa Geaeral WashiBgteai April tte seaat the house bffl to admit free of duty artt else intended for the St Louis expoai tioa in 1890 that may be imported was amended so sa to aad otter npublios end tte Dominion of Tte bffl was ttea passed aad a conference Edmunds introduced a joint reso lution which waa referred directing tte librarian of house and tte department of justice to deliver duplicate copies of law books to the law department of Howard uni He said te had heard with as tonishment ttet the law school ia tte District of connected with the college ttet existed under tte authority of tte United States had deliberately aad oa consideration refused to allow per son of some African and in every respect gentlemen of extraordinary ability to attend law lectures on account of Wood in their Howard University ted also a law de partment and te introduced tte resolu tion so tte law not needed for public might te donated to Howard University and that ttet por tion of their fellow citizens denied equal rights ia other universities ia the district might have a chance to learn some Tte senate ttea resumed considera tion of tte Montana case and Spooner continued tte argument ia favor of tte republican claimant Much of his speech waa directed against Governor Toole of Montana for his course in reference to the meeting of the aad an other portion to show that the aliens who merely declared their intention of becoming citizens but had not been folly naturalized were not entitled to Pugh argued in favor of tte mi nority When he had spoken half an hour there wen but two seats occupied on the republican side of tte George called attention to the fact and suggested that no quorum waa pres Tte roll call showed only thirty nine senators Harris argued that the sergaant atarms should te directed to request tte attendance of the absent members agreed to Gibson moved to adjourn aot agreed 24 Tte democrats voted in tte affirmative and the republicans in the Batter having statad that Pugh was not well enough to continue his the Montana election case was laid aside for the day and the antitrust bill taken Sherman said while the amended bill was not all he he believed it the that could te and would vote for It Vest said he was not satisfied OB reflation ttet tte public interest re quired tte passage of the bill as it After farther debate tte bffl passed yeaa 52 nays 1 Tte bill as it passed is exactly as it came from tte judiciary THB CosMUetMlesi of the Kstvad April bill was psssed granting the right of way through various reservations in Wisconsin to the Duluth and Winnipeg Railroad com committee on naval affairs called up tte bffl to prevent the enlistment of aliens in tte naval service of the United States avd it was of called up tte motioato reconsider the vote by which tte house defeated the biU making ap propriation to supply the deficiency caused bytheSilcott Tte motion was then reconsidered aad tte bill Tte house then went iato committee of the whole on tte naval appropriations ll of said tte nport of the committee did not sufficiently ex plain the provisions relating to large battle The committee had au thorized the construction of vsasels that would cost and yet U ap propriated but five million to construct them as well as vessels already on course Bradford tte re Urlag president Tsuacveaiafcaaassber ox prnsslaeat clargysassi sad rating en present n TMoawfflcwapdariBgttesasrioa April murder last aigkt of Helena a disreputable acar Aix La tea created great excitement Tte woman wse killed in some mysteri ous maaaer ia tte opcst street under the cycaof Her throat was cat from car to saaxtte body wse disembow elsd otherwise mutilated after the fashion of Jack the The ra fortunata woman was drinking with a Chinamasl afternoon in low den and tte pair parted apparently on the beat of It is supposed the China man subsequently laid ia wait for and The police arrested dir ty laborers of a Chinese coloay OB suspi eiea of having been to the A TBMAUK KIP Masisi Itasvthlastla Slews April in Wur Maria the daughter of a wealthy has Iain in a con tinnons slumber since March when she retired as though complaining of a Tte gills respiration ia though aad her breath can only te detected by tte use of a mir She is fed three times daily on eggs and no difficulty being met in forc ing small quantities of this nourishment down her throat nonam tin Havias Hat Bat Two Test Textile AT TMK auueaajre UsMtar the ee ChrM chmeh Miles White Pollock and Wet tz Bird Untarttnher Oatamb Paremeau tormanla naaner MoFu Harrr Harry Hawkins Judge Grand Miles Miss Miss Tokio Dance J Wood and Oracle Beneritaa Dance of of criticised the provision of tte bill for three battle What was the object providing those ships To fight To when If we are to be involved ia s war with any for eign it will not be oa tte Atlantic or Pacific Peters said tte stroagest mandate was tte dip omatic Howe Blfle Drill and Conteat Flint Hill Guards Katharine Bdna Dana aad Ollle Tte ladies of Christ Church Guild had a good showing of friends at the Grand last night The house was fully occu pied by an audience representative of the culture and wealth of the city and many of tte ladies and gentlemen were in regulation dress It was very evident that Lent was among the archives of tte past aad that tte oppor tunity afforded by the Carnival Mili taire to the socially inclined to come together again after the of self denial was appre The interior of the Grand ia consequence presented a acane of lit up by the bright of tte fair sex whose jeweled ornaments shimmered richly ia tte gas light aad whose f aas wen in their hands to good in aid of tte general effect For sii weeks past to draft a well worn but comprehensive ex pectation has been on aaeut the production of tte And from a multitude of expressions heard at the close of the per formance we feel warranted ia that it was decidedly the best amateur cast that has given an entertain ment of the spectacular variety in the and the man Cedar BavUs If I Lwho an pnetidag medians an so afnid about their T pnveatiag evea a card that wTOiaform tte people when they may be found aad their office why Boutelle inquired whether tte gea tteman would sead a diplomat out to meet a British man of Peters replied that we now had a navy which could cany a diplomat to aay part of aay foreign Tte day for battle ships on tte oeeaa had He did not believe then was aay danger of aay foreign nation daclar war sgainst tte United of said tte people west wen ia favor of tte reconstruction of tteAauricaa With them it was a matter of aatioaal country could aot get along with Tte His idea was to make tteaatioa so atraag oa tte sea that back of tte diplomacy would be tte strength of tte American manifested aot only ia protecting tte bnt also in protect lag our commerce aad dtiaeaa m every part of tte Tte bin waa thea takes up by sec bnt without completiag tte de tailed coasideratioa tte committee rose aad tte house ad LABD BILLS Tte biU wee passed ia tte house pro viding that persona sattliax oatteseo oad iadesaahy plat of tte Pa dfie railroad sraat between Aagnst 1887 1869 may traasfar their ea agers aad instructors in tte an entitled to a fall meed of credit for the ability manifested in the preparatory They certainly understand the science of drill and stage No better comparatively speak could have been anticipated from professionals rehearsing the pageant so excellently displayed last night Then wss a rhyth mic precision of movement that few organizations ever judging from local ex Tte marching was strictly attune with the music aad watching the accurately costumed Greeks Italians and cute little Japs in their attractive processional one felt sa though history was being vivified and repeated upon tte Class room memories re eurred associating tte mart scene with tte queen in her royal her elegantly costumed ladies the pages and tte host of rever ent attendants kneeling around the with things we had read when we bad to and tte use of which was not apparent until later then mate rialized only in a very fragmentary Enthusisstic applause repeatedlv at tested tte enjoyment of tte It broke oat spontaneouslyaad with a vim that declared its genuine There were several aotablv those awarded tte Tokio dance of clever little Sadie Wood sad Grade who had tte Mikado mincing step down pat and comported themselves very grace folly in their smnsing Japaasss roles tte castanet dance by tte Spanish tenor which richly das recall given the scarf daaccvasi coma to 8peaisi to Taa April days practice as a tte Hi of the Interstate league met tte Kaaaaa City team at the Westera aad they held the coaridejaC the strongest dub in the Weaterav to tie for nine bat lost tte the the scon steading av to fifteen in favor of Kansas It was a game replete with brffliaat plays on both aides aad tte BarBaahjjm proved themselves to te terrific Burlingtons first who joined thesa way oat of sight Fuller eaaght a fault less game throughout aadFufr ler occupied the points for BorliaflOB til the fourth tte who proved to te heady with tte stiak pounded out six In the fifth Anderson occupied taw aad except in tte when they scored four tte Cowboyscouldda but little with The Burlingtons likewisedemoral ized the Kansas City pitcher ia the fourth and Swartzelaed who had occupied the wen re tired and Kellogg and Gunson substi tuted for Even this cteBfadU not balk the for want right on batting tte ball in attvalw of the covered hiav self with glory by making a los sun sending in two men i him The game teing hotly ax cited the greatest enthusiasm is the large crowd that witnessed ia and the attendance tomorrow will he even greater as the Boriiac tons hav s shown that they cia pat ap first class artide of base Tte following ia tte scon by iaaiatm 08S4011S fB ItMM Special to Tmm DBS April ball team won another victory neapolis Scon Dea Moinea S 0 0 0 1 1 1 0000000 DBS Moinea Minaeapoha 4V Des Moinea Mb Des McCIoskey Kennedy loachosaaV Cfeiwaa Bimsatei April 8 the billiard tour nament this afternoon tte first gasaa was between Ives of Chicago and CattOB of St the former playing HStotBti laHera Scon Ivee 13j beat run 62 Cattoo highest ran The second wse between Seaaenr aid Schaef er to move 500 to hit op ponents la the first fnaiaiflnteaf er played beautiful billiards aadsaadacv ran of After that te played ostlssa evidently being son of the exhibition was H playing in hard lock aad waa eiliesawj Score Schaefsr i beat runs 7 44 average 43 best ran Nsw April weatsssr was the attendance good aad tte track First five furkagsj Haggie B Mary J Peaant third Second sixfurloaga Dakota Lena Vatican third Third five furloasa Dakota Vatell Csptab King third Fourth RaceFree mile Lucy P Alphoase Jack Cecks third Fifth RaceBoston club stakes aiae sixteeaths of a mile Moate Rosa Annie Brown Terrymaa thirsll We April Eenaiaga First year Helen won thiTi VMMVflfc third Time year olds and second Coralin Second Race six Vivid second Mamie third TBM Third pot Frailer woa third Fourth year six second third Fifth year aide sad op one and onesixteenth BhoV over won Villics third Time 1 The Us April Tte reports ofttesatertaiDment with a right Tte tableaux of tte Gredaa refugees aghast with terror befon tte thnaten iag spears of tte Romaa narda 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