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Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 31, 1890, Burlington, Iowa ESTABLISHED MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVED Sepreseatative Boutelles Grea Speech at Arlington Jve Muons Cer Washington Other May aay was observed as a national holiday in this and all government depart district offices and banks and many business houses were The address of Representative Bou of at Arlington cemetery notable He spoke of the righteousness of the union cause Men who rallied to the defense of the star spangled he not only kept top to the music of the but marched in the van guard of Christian This cannot be and nothing like it can ever be truthfully said of the cause of those who sought by re bellion to destroy the The rebellion was a conspiracy organized in me interest of human a pretext for precipitating a bloody con flict with the purpose of establishing a slaveholding confederacy or ultimate to embrace a large portion of the territory of the United including the great section of territory that has ap been purchased by the whole said the ve pay the highest reverence to the memory of our dead whoa we most earnestly to and to impress upon others the nobility of the cause for which they so steadfastly We have no de sire to revive the unhappy memories or fan uny embers of sectional and so fur as I have the fanning of those embers has been principally the work of our brethren of the Keferenee was made to the scenes at Richmond the past few days and KoiiUillo expressed a little more than at what lie said could not fail to shock the true sense of He protested against lavish display of rebel and said the exconfederates who displayed the rebel flag to glorify it went not true to the parole granted at Ap Itoulelles oration was followed liy plausc of stormiest the congressional cemetery Repre sentative of thr In the course of his remarks he said as a boy he had regretted that he was not old enough to fight he wns old enough now to fight for I would he be able to lung my honorable discharge from the union army than to plaster my walls with the of There he note of Mint you let me utter this I might earnestly protest the oc in fair southern city at the unveiling of General statue them honoi the memory of the true and virtuous man if they let me say that the broad sky over our country is broad enough only for one the stars and and when a man waves any other he is in his heart a traitor as he was thirty years Do misunderstand but 1 would be false to the memory of the brother who fell at Get and to the memory of the many brave who lie around us here if did not protest at this the occasion I have had against the act of the men who Haunt the Hag of in thr face of the hoys in who fought so nobly for their A large number of mid others gathered Washington Cries of What wonder then if the dead should cry against this sacrilege We are told that God alone knows which side was Xow the snn rises on no master and sets on no The shame of the republic is washed out Liberty is the law of the land and vet God alone knows which was If we are not right if na tionality is not better than secession then these ceremonies are without signifi The war for the union was the greatest crime of the This ten dency of the south must be This is a day of A duty we owe the future is thatour relations to that great conflict be and that our dead did not die in It is not necessary to disparage the bravery of Let them rear monuments to their dead and cherish their deedslet hem eulogize the lost cause let them worship their leaders let them carry heir stars and These are matters f taste which they must de ide for There is ther country under the ould permit such They are our Kit SATUl MORNIyG MAY no sun that united to us y a common heritage they but they assert that Lincoln and Dans rant and Lee Logan and Jackson were and that God alone knows which as it is sacrila ge of the vilest pe and needs A MARTYRS The Garfield MonumentDedicated at ALarce Coneonne of People WMhinc ton Memorial at Xew Tork May The Gar field memorial in Lake View cemetery was dedicated today with imposing monies in the presence of many dis tinguished people from all over the coun The memorial is a colossal struc ture towering one hundred and sistyfive feet above the eminence in the cemeterv which overlooks the city and the sur rounding and was erected at a cost of The exercises of the day began with a parade of military and THE DAT IN eiiiorlal Day Duly Observed at Wash State Special to The HawkEye May rial day was duly observed under the auspices of past JAR assisted by the relief corps sons and daughters of veterans and various other organizations and citizens in The program consisted of a procession to the cemeteries where the graves of sev entyeight soldiers were handsomely dec orated witli flowers and wreaths return to the city where a line address was dc llvered in Jraham opera house by the pastor of the First United Presbyterian church of this A large crowd of people were in the and the excessive warm afternoon alone prevented the services of the day excel ing any thing of the kind everheld in our city preparations are being made for the state encampment of Sons of Veterans to be held in this city the sec ond week in The boys will be handsomely treated by The May at Iowa Special to The IOWA May diiy has been finely celebrated This morning the committees having the mat ter in charge went out to the graveyard and decorated the graves of the This afternoon the procession was quite It consisted of the local organi zations of Grand Army of the Womens Sons and Daugh ters of Ladies Irand Army of the the state university battalion and The line of march extended through the prin cipal streets in the where appro priate addresses were In the evening there was a very large gather ing the opera the exercises there being under the direction of the Zetogathian literary society of the state German veterans at Mill to do honor to their dead com The oriitinii wasilellverxd in Gcr iniiii by Kill tor of theWashing ton and after eulogizing the iernnin soldiers he turned to the con sideration of the political questions and said in If the tierniaii element of the country docs not wish to expose itself in tbe well grounded charge that it places material success above nil other aims and objects of human then it will have to devote itself to po litical duties in the future in a greater degree than n states of the no no legis could be elected i they should be unfriendly toward the just claims of the German if it would but assert its inherent power and political No man could elevated to theollice of president of the Tinted States by one or the oilier of tbc two parties who should bear upon hjs brow Cains umrK of The principle Tf political equality upon which our equality is bused places in Un hands of every one the most powerful weapon of self mans ingenuity ever Has the Herman element properly appre ciated this weapon We lind the German of the entire popu lation of the represented in the supreme oneseventh by but ii single Among the hundredsrep resentatives in congress hardly a liftielh part speak the mother Can there be a valid reason in a system of based upon the broadest foun dation of numerical for such disproportionate representation of popu lar elements claiming ciiinmnii rights truly it were better for the Ger man as well as for the fortunes of this nation would it but show less party and more independ ence in thought in ihe political life so surrounding would not then be placed in one part of the before the alternative of having been compelled to even in acquiring a rudiment ary the Kiiglish language in preference or to the exclusion of the language of their It would not asked in another pan to accept and respect the laws which originated in nar rowminded at are but It would not bo asked to give its approval to the nar row restrictions of free human right of migration by erecting barriers against any nationality by means of unjust im migration laws furthered by an unworthy class spirit and nourished upon the breast of antiquated At Deri Spuulul 10 The May Day here was generally observed as a Ihe parade this afternoon was one of the and best displays of the kind ever had in this and was taken part in by tinIowa National Womens Relief Daughters and Sons of many civic societies and other and was over a mile At the cemetery the services were very The day passed off without Kcports received here show the day to have been observed with more than ordinary interest throughout the At ISpcciul to Tic May day was appro priately commemorated The graves of all departed soldiers were this morning decorated in both Evergreen and Maple Wood cemeteries and the mass were addressed this afternoon by Avy in Court At Spivml to The May Day was observed with the National cemetary this a great crowd being A long procession passed through the principle streets of the It was composed of militia and civic bodies IKGAIiLS SOOENS THE A llrlUlnnt Oration at Ceme THE DAT A Hot Hay In May Day was generally observed in this Bus iness was This morning the Grand Army posts of the city gathered at the various cemeteries where the graves of soldiers were Dur ing the afternoon a procession several miles composed of local military Grand Army Sons of Vet erans and civic societies passed through the streets which were i rowded with people to look at The bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln in Lincoln park was nearly hidden under flowers and This decoration was under the auspices of Lincoln Post Interesting addresses were The day was ex cessively hot for this The ther mometer marking ninetyfour degrees at two civic the procession forming in the center of the city and moving to the a distance of five The city was filled with strangers and thou sands of people lined the streets through which the procession The decora tions along the line of march and all over the city were the finest ever seen The procession moved at one oclock in the first division were the society of the fortysecond regiment of Ohio volunteers infantry Garfields the grand army of the repub lic and sons cf The second di vision consisted of militia organizations of Ohio and other states which were ac companied by of Ohio and staff In the third division with the first Cleveland troop of caval ry and a detachmenf of marines and sailors from the United States steamer as were the president and members of the cabi General senators and rep resentatives in orators of the day and other distinguished guests in The nine other divisions con sisted of civic and other societies and brought up with citizens on foot and in A vast concourse of people had preceded the procession to the and when the exercises be gun there were thousands congregated about the great stand on which were seat ed the distinguished ExPresi dent president of the memorial and after Amer ica had been sung by the chorus he made a few opening At the conclusion of prayer by Kishop exGovernor of delivered the oration of the In the course of his remarks he said My we have come here it dedicate this memorial to one of our countrys worthiest Our task is the mournful one which filled the streets of our cities with funeral pageants nine years Time heals all wounds and it is our privilege to think of the departed statesman who was once our friend and as a character already his One analyzing his career with a quiet pulse tortured by grief too poignant and recalling his great qualities and his big hearted human sympathies in reminiscences full of if sober pleas is well that this memorial should be built here in the capital city of the Western Himself a type of the western reserve his marble efligy under this dome is a sort of apotheosis of western reserve It typifies the courage of the man and woman whicti planted the new homes where savages still The physical vigor of body and tireless industry and thrift and soaring purporse and unfalter ing Standing in the presence of the Garlield statue many a young soul is conscious j kinship in selfdepend in longing for cultivation and for a noble career and possibly also incapacity and may form aspirations and pur poses as noble as sculptored this form and as pure as the marble in which it is It will be the rightful priv ilege of such a one to idealize the character which serves as his model and stimulates his This structure and the statue it covers means that Garfields countrymen see in him and in what he so much that is worthy of imitation and worthily exhibits and interprets the critical period of our national throughout which we have just that they have wished to embody in imperishable stone the memory of They desire that it shall teach many generations to emulate good qualities which fitted him to lead in good directions and to seek that honor in good mens memories which comes by subor dinating selfishness to a common Cox then traced Garfields career from his birth to the tomb and closed with a brilliant peroration on the mar tyred The Hallelujah Chorus by was next after which President Vice President mem bers and exmembers of the generals of the and the governor of Ohio were President Har rison then addressed the assemblage as follows orator of the In the I course of his remarks he said This is I a day of proud and tender with malice towards with charity for It commemorates the triumph of American patriotism and the as sured antagonr of the American Its associations blend naturally with those of the revolution and of the inauguration of the national The garlanded graves of the boys in blue recall the memory of the old What day in the year could be more fit ting than the day consecrated by such memories on which to lay the corner stone of a monument which shall recall alike the beginning ofthe union and the lory of its greatest Sever be fore could this duty have been performed with greater joy and gratitude because now the national the great result of the revolution and of the devotion of has been tried by fire and ts dross burned The corner stone was laid by Grand Master John Vrooman of the Masons of New York A PIMGE TO A Passenger Train Runs Through an Open Draw Twentyfive Passengers or More A Ust of the Scenes at the Days PHOOFS SDEN The Story of an Cnfortnnate Chinese NEW May a was yesterday held in bail in the Tombs police court on the charge 6f buying Suen a nineteen yearold Chinese and keeping her for immoral The girl was born in and came to San Fran cisco about five years ago and was em ployed as handmaid to the wife of rich Chinese merchant She met a Chinese gambler named Ah Phoon while there and fell in love with They had several which caused a and the girl was dismissed from her She was taken in charge by a Chinese mission in San where she remained some Ah Phoon tried to induce her to but she Ah Phoon then told the superintendent of the mission he wanted to marry the She then left and that was the last heard of them in San Phoon brought the girl to 11 Mott New where they lived some Finally Phoon lost something like in gambling and sold her to Lee Khi for Khi kept her on the top floor of 11 Mott and compelled her to meet Chinamen and when she refused she was starved into submis She was found at 11 Mott street by Samuel a newspaper who asked for the arrest of Lee When brought face to face with Lee Khi in the police court the girl ran be hind the justice for protection and did not become calm until ho taken from the He will have an ex THE DEAD runeral Painful Accident to a Detroit May peculiar acci dent happened at the Bakerstreet rail road bridge Thursday The approach to the bridge is a very steep and a horse railway runs over The funeral cortege of Mary Mc Cleunan was crossing the car tracks at the foot of the when a car came thundering The driver yelled for the hearse to hur but before the hearse driver could carry out the command the the two drivers and the remains of McCIennan were mixed up in hopeless The hearse was overturned and smashed into kind ling wood by the force of the The roof and the guard of the streetcar were and all four horses badly Charles driver of the received a broken shoulder and bad in ternal The casket containing the remains was thrown twenty feet and smashed open by the The street car driver escaped with a few slight None of the street car passen gers were but the mourners forgot their grief in their anger at the car A new hearse had to be but the coffin was fixed up sufficiently to EMMETS WIPE GRANTED A Jfo Opposition to the Made by the May ebber Emmet has been awarded a de cree of absolute divorce from Joseph Emmet made no opposition to the At the beginning of the suit it was said that Emmet had agreed to offer no objection and was to present his wife with the villa and In view of the story that she intends May of the most horrible railway accidents ever in California occurred at 140 o clock this when the local tram connecting at Oakland with the lerryboats from San Francisco ran uirongh an open drawbridge over San Antonio at Webster Oak A yacht had just passed through the draw when the train appeared going m the direction of The draw bridge keeper endeavored to close the bridge but was too late and the engine with the tender and first which was niled with plunged En ginner Dunn and Fireman OBrien went down with the when he saw that the bridge did not close re versed the but the momentum of the engine was too great to be stopped in The weight of the engine and the nrst car broke the couplings and left the other two cars of the train standing on the The second car ran about a third of the way across the bridge but but the jar was sufficient to break open the front of the car and many of the passengers were thrown into the The tat car which had fallen with the engine to the bottom of the muddy Estuary soon rose and such of the passengers as had escaped there from were picked up by yachts and small boats which gathered at the scene The trainmen and the rest of the lent aid to the work of and when the wrecking train arrived from Oakland the car was drawn into shallow water and small boats began dragging the creek for The train was in charge of Conductor who stated that probably twentyfive persons had met their The top of the passenger coach was cut open as soon as it wa raised above the water and the work of removing the bodies thirteen being taken out in quick At the morgue the bodies were laid out as soon as received to await identification and heartrending scenes were witnessed as friends came forward to claim their The list of identified is as follows Martin Oakland H Austin San Francisco Miss Austin Bryan San Francisco it Irwin Oakland San Francisco lmgi San Francisco Captain Sacramento Williams San Francisco the two Misses Keenan ban Francisco a Japanese supposed to be San Francisco The PRICE IS CERTS PER ra Blood stains surrounded the house and were making lnto tte resorted to bis and began to defend himself from the onslaughts of the Davis says he is confinent he killed one of whte men by splitting his head W1UI and that he seriouslv OtherDaylight showed Battle had been fought were found and trails of onS the road m the Davis was gound in the fields near where he had been left for He was shot of mob he says chased him and shot him as he The physicians sjy he cannot re It is said that some of the parties of the mob are and that they will be punished for their unlawful attack upon DEA1B IN A The New Exposition Hall at Worth Tezas Happy His On almost any rainy day a shabbily dressed be seen ia the pub lic library intently reading the heavy Political Science Quarter North American and the Pats fingers are stubby and hard his limbs are sturdy and his shoulders He ia a common and says that his wages are tL75 per I ventured one day to accost and was pleasantly greeted in the richest ol and the acquaintance soon became something like This laborer can thinkclearly and con He is a bachelor and a man oi He says thai his daily wages suf fice to supply all his and that joy of life is to find out things from He is always delighted a steady rain sets for that gives him leave to take a whole day at his favorite employ What use do you make of your reading I should suppose that a man of your intel ligence and learninsc could find something better to do than shoveling dirt or laying granite yis Oi cud do but thin me wages are big enough a mon who gets his moind pestered vrid tryin to get rich cant tape his thoughts on his Sure an Oihave all that heart cud barrin a Ixrok at me healthy Did yez ever see a graduate of Trinity Dubj who was a better animal than Oi Its Emerson who first said that mans first duty was to be a good and Oi think Oi have filled the Wheres the professor who can study tea hours on a stretch Oi can do Louis Re The Right Kind of A womans idea of a said a Beaver street is more or less Wild Rumors as to the Extent of the DU Bis Ball Was in When the Alarm Was Sounded TerrlMe May Texas spring palace was destroyed by fire to night and one life was lost and many persons The loss is es timated at The exhi bition was to have closed Sunday night and a grand ball was in progress tonight with several thousand persons present when the cry of fire was first A terrible panic The wildest rumors as to the loss of life is some saying twentyfive per sons have while many thought none were Several persons were seriously injured by being trampled or A Destructive Fire at Iowa Special to The HawtEycJ IOWA May very destruc tive fare occurred here early this morn About two oclock the alarm was sounded and the foundry and machine shop of Straley Pcttus was found to be in The fire had gotten so much headway that it was impossible to do anything with so the building burned almost to the The loss on the buildings does not amount to for they were old wooden struc thoroughly saturated with oil from ong but all the machinery is a total It is estimated the loss will be with A Big Fire at May The busi ness portion of this place was burned last the loss is The engineer and fireman both escaped The experience of the passengers in the lirst coach as related by those who fortunately escaped is horrifying in the of San Fran said I was on the front seat facing the Just as we ap proached the draw it seemed to me that the draw was open and a fearful accident was inevitable Just then a man jumped from the engine into the water and then came a crash A horrible crushing of timber and snappin of heavy ironwork followed and at once consternation prevailed in the car The next thing I knew the car was in the water and I found myself blindly graSp in for tho rlnnr T May From early morning the pnople of outlying villages and country have been coming into town and a large concourse is The foature of the days proceedings was the address by Senator lugnlls at the battle tiold of Senator Inpalls1 address was a brilliant one and punctuated with tremendous ap In the course of referring to yesterdays celebration at he in part I have no desire on this sacred occasion to revert to any subject that is Inconsistent with the solemnity of the but unless the ideas for which our dead died were right they diod in But the only regret that sooms to toe felt by our adversaries is that in the rebellion they failed to suc Kobert Leo was undoubtedly one of Hie greatest soldiers of the lofty of pure of For twentyfive years his sword had been under the fiag of the He had boon educated at tier expense and taken un oath to support hor constitution and her but ho violated his put aside his sword and took the leader ship of the most causeless rebellion since the devils battle against heaven 1n the violation of faith Those who profess to have results of the war in good MteGting occasion In all other the 3CS days of the year augmentation TinBlue anil Gray at May large excur sion party arrived here this morning from the lilue aud Jray reunion of and were received by the citizens en muxsc at the depot and greeted with sal vos of The guests wore es corted to the barbecue grounds where an address of welcome was made by the Colonel Martin then spoke of blending the blue and gray in uniform and and Colonel Grover replied on the part of the Other speeches fol Solemn Feelings at May throughout t he town is generally suspend A solemn feeling prevails as the thoughts of the people involuntarily re vert to Dotoration Day a year which was the last day upon earth for thousands of Johnstown The body of James who was one of the most prominent citizens in the and who was a victim of the was found to At Kansas May Day was very generally observed in this This morning fitting ceremonies were conducted at tie cemeteries under direc tion of the Grand Army of the Republic At Bock Inland KaUonal May Army of Bock Island and Moline united in a memorial exercises at the national cemetery at Rock Island to At San SAX May day generally observed here as a with a parade of national and state troops and Grand Army and the usual ex orcises at the CHAIISMAS AXD FELLOW CITIZ ENS I thank you most sincerely for this cordial but I shall not be betrayed into a lengthy speech by The selection of this day for the exer a day consecrated to the memory of those who died that there might be one flag of honor and authority in this republic Appiause is most That one flag encircles us with its folds today as the unrivaled object of our loyal This monu so imposing and fittingly tipefies the grand and symmetrical char acter of him in whose honor it has been He was the arduous greatness of things No friendly hands constructed and placed for his ambition the ladder upon which he might Ills own brave hands framed and nailed the cleats upon which he climbed to the height of his public usefulness and He never ceassd to be a student and in Turning from peaceful pursuits to the army he quickly mastered the tactics and strategy and in his brief army career taught some valuable lessons in military Applause Turning again from the field to the coun cil of he stood among the greatest debaters that have ever made our national congress What he might have been or done as president of the United States is left chiefly to friendly augury based upon a career that had no incident of failure or Ap The cruel circumstances at tending his death had but one ameliora a space of life was given him to teach from his dying bed a great les son of peace and Ap His mortal part will find hon orable rtst but the lessons of his life and death will continue to bo structive and inspiring incidents American O Weep for the Brave was sung by the This was followed by brief ceremonies by the Knights after which the doxology was sung and the benediction This closed the exarcises and the crowds returned to the President General exPresident Vice President Mor were applauded very frequently along the line of The spec barring Garfields funeral proces was the most imposing ever seen in to enter a the unusually gener ous intentions of Emmet may not be car ried into Emmet was re ceived into the Roman Catholic church and Emmet were married in in Conspirators May trial of the ten conspirators against the government of Bulgaria ended four of them be ing found Major Panitiza was sentenced to Captain Kalobkoff of the Russian sentenced to nine years and Major Amandoff and Major Kizoff each sentenced to im prisonment for six The other six were To Debilitated If you will send in we will mail sul t fects charming and in in May Day was observed here in the usual Bus iness was generally May 5 A large of people were in HUT TOBT8 the Me NEW May morning at ten oclock the corner stone of the Wash ington memorial arch was laid posing The special feature VOLTAIC BELT Mich The ScotchIrish May more peo ple attended the session of the Scotch Irish congress this morning than yester After several interesting addresses a recess was taken until this evening At the meeting of the committee of the held officers were elected Bobert of New was elected The Ladles The pleasant effect and the perfect safety with which ladies may use the li quid fruit Syrup of under all conditions make it their favorite rem It is pleasing to the eye and to the yet effectual in acting on the liver and An Old Beaident Special to Hie DALLAS May Eichart an old citizen of our died on the 28th and was buried todav bv Allen Post Jhich he was an honored Free samples of Miles Kestorative Nervine at Wittes drug store Cures Sleepiest the May final sets on the court tennis match between Thomas of and Charles of was played here today and thematch waswon He was thereupon declared the champion of the ing for the which I fortun ately reached when that cud of the car rose out of the water and quite a number of people escaped in this princi pally women and The car was about twothirds full when we left the wharf and I should judge there were at least twentyfive to thirty people in There was a fearful outcry when tho car began to but this was almost immediately hushed in one Ion final wail of 0 George of said there were about forty including chil in the Conductor Rerath said the first car was a When the disaster occurred he was in the roar car and had as much as he could do for a few mo ments to attend to the passengers in that some of whom were in a state of lie then went forward and looked down on the scene of death He noticed at least half a dozen men swim out but not any women or He is not sure about the number of people in the James the bridge had nothing to say further than that he had opened tho bridge for a yacht and was just closing it when the train came Several of the passengers who went but were sustained pain ful The frame of the car has been raised and the bed of the creek thoroughly ex plored and it is believed there are no more bodies in the Conservative estimates this evening place the number of people in the car at about and it is believed the thirteen bodies recov ered comprise the list of Thous ands of people flocked to the scene of disaster and the streets leading to the bridge were crowded with hurrying women and The wildest rumors of the extent of the loss of life were circulated and many people went across from San Francisco to look for When the news of the disaster reached Mountain View where hundreds of people from Oakland were decorating the a panic was created and women and children rushed into leaving all their floral tributes behind The engineer aud fireman disappeared right after the accident and have not yet been so their version of the accident is not The bridge tender tonight maintains he had the red danger flag The trains approach the bridge around a curve and it is pos sible that the engineer didnt seethe amusing Her notion of the mans fitness never goes further than the fit of his My wife and daughters devote more study to the lopks of the coachman than I do to my Their idea of a perfect driver is a square narrow fresh cheeked young who sits very rigidly on the box and holds the reins up under his This is the type of coachman that is always overfeeding the forgets to oil the keeps the stable dirty and allows the stock to deteri orate with gradual but fatal I have seven horses in ray stable and I have bred five of them Arnangrows tofeel a very deep affection for horses which he has raised from theii and it troubles him as much if the horses are maltreated as it does if his chil dren are in the hands of a brutal or care less Ive got a humpbacked coachman with a square iron jaw and a big I have had him for twelve and shall keep him until he He does not look exactly like Berry Wall the box of the but he understands every point about a horse is rigid ly and if a horse falls sick he nurses it with the tenderness of a He is so careful and patient with the horses that their dispositions are They are not petted one day aud thrashed the and hence they are never in fear and nerv as high strung horses are sure to be in the hands of an unskillful Xew York A Hoy Ittirns Three May Three barns in the southeast part of the town were burned yesterday A little son of John Johnson set the lire iu The wind was very high and the buildings soon were wrapped in The boy is badly burned about the A irrut Cloud May The greatest cloud ever known occurred last Three mill dams there completely swept The city is but One person was All Girls Should Young women should conquer the timid ity that they feel the moment they set foot in a A young man of the right sort has no patience with the want of con fidence women have in themselves and in his care for IJwtr in mind courage is a quality nut tn andean be worn becomingly by iiuy It will come to and perchance as it does to all women in some time cjf great and yet you are here afraid of Ithat whici an Ida Lewis has mastered when at its and if once would give you pleasure and greater bodilv Some good oarsman will show you how to sit in a boat and to row with one oar and then with He will teach you the strokes and other matters necessary to be Enjoy your rowing as you would your bath or your be cause it is good for the and as does all physical to prolong Swimming girls take to even better than and are much more and every girl ff understand this most useful of Le Garde in Ladies Home the water CLAIMS THE EIGHT TO SELL LIQUOR A Case Lmlrr the Original Iurkitgr le cision lleing DKS May Judge Marcus Kavanagh the case of the State Terry Chambers was The case involves an interpretation of the United States supreme court original package Chambers claims under this decision the to sell liquor in packages to suit the purchaser regardless of the form in which was He claims the for ex to import a keg of whisky and draw it into various sized bottles as called Judge Kavanagh will fur nish an opinion early next An Immense Cracker May Journal prints this afternoon the particulars of a big cracker trust with a capital of and including nearly every prom nent crackermaker in the There has been a pool in operation for some but this has proved quite un satisfactory and the trust is the It is to conduct the entire business of the various trust stock to the amount of being issued in re turn for the transferring of the indi vidual The Journal says the final papers have just been signed and THE BRIGHTER The mart effective yet IOWA May horse of Will James ran away last night throwimr out them very 6 alarm Davis fired two shots from The bee has managed somehow to get credit for but its a regular The Philadelphia limes describes a bank as an institution into which yon put confidence and money and draw out your Im the biggest strawberry of them saps John So you an swers an for you certainly are at the top of the The rich and marriageable heiresses of this country need a title insurance com pany to guarantee the titles of im pecunious foreigners who put themselves on the American Howard laments in the New York Press that there is no municipal dignity in Municipal in deed Where does it un less in a Brookline town ton Almost any kind of cake that his young wife makes is angel cake when a fellow is first married and after all the unprejudiced stranger cant see much difference between the various SomervOle Cause for Newspaper men and others accustomed to getting home between 3 and 4 oclock in the morning are often amused by the un disguised and genuine astonishment which comes over people not accustomed to be out after midnight having over stepped the mark on some particularly fes tive they are hailed as they are getting home to bed by the small boy with his morning papers for They have been persuading themselves that there was still time for sleep before business but this seems as 4f business already begun and as if rivals who went to bed early must be getting But if the see in the paper a full account of the ver ball or dinner which they have just lei they are generally with astonishmen at the marvelous enterprise anc skill required to gather the write i set it in stereotype print1 il fold cut it and deliver while theflavo of the dinner was still in their mouths am the music of the orchestra still in their York Vitns nervous ness and hysteria are soon cured by Miles Free samples at HJ Wittes drug A Battle With White May small band of disguised white men went to the house of Ben tly at Spring Place on Tuesday night for the He is actually so honest that he ough to be put in solitary said an exasperated man of a neighbor who was always telling him unpalatable truths The offender was guiltless of a desire to offend he simply could not refrain from speaking what was in his There are sentimental occasions when most of us actually do prefer an embroidered state ment to literal Shouldnt you know a lock of my haii John queried an affectionate young whose tresses were her hus bands I think I he cau and she broke into a cry of real dismay dont say that Say you know you But John was cot to be He merely thought and that only would he Lord Butes called llont near is the largest and private palace in the It is in Gothic style and covers nearly two The halls are of marble and alabas terand rooms are finished in mahog rosewood and with carved marble The cost of the man aUn was about Slayer Job of who fe 80 yean has aa umbrella that CMriedrfaffrirtyflve has bam nouveml four though never lost or mWaid who of the Bicycle Kiicing in May was a road race from Van Huren street and Michi gan avenue to fifteen by the bicycle riders of Chicago Seventyfive men Lums of Cycling was the scratch were allowed Charles who was al lowed a heavy was lirst in cov ering tho distance in 1 minutes and 1 Lumsden won the quick time covering the distance In re minutes and 38 Some other re markably good time was There were a number of prizes Vinton Iligh School Special to The Vinton high school graduating exercises were held and last evening listened to a very able address by Next Monday begins the closing exer cises of the year at the College for the Review and examination contin ues throughout the entire week and up to the closing with the annual con cert in the college The school has had an eminently successful year un der the able direction of the Spelmun Jits May midnight last night went to the resi dence of the police magistrate and fur nished bonds for his John under arrest for He then pro ceeded to the secured the release of the took him in a buggy and drove Their present whereabouts is May Commissioners Merriam and of Edmunds were arrested yester day charged with taking illegal It is said they made a good thing from the distribution of supplies for sufferers by the crop failure in Edmunds Davenport will May question of annexing three and onehalf square miles of territory to the Daven port city was carried Koagnth Academy Commeneemen The annnal commencement of the Kos suth Academy will occur Friday evening June in the Presbyterian church at The address to the claas will be delivered by president of Parsons which the academy U the preparatory department This will end another suc cessful year for that and the patrons will have every reason to feel proud of the success of tbe and satisfied with the work accomplished daring the past The following is the PKOfiKAM Miner Braden Horatins Saved the Bridge Band Jamison Messenger Miner Address to the Ambrose D President HAWKXTB long he behaves himself and trouble to no Two or three yean JBohe entered suit against the States government is the sum of about making Grover Governor Walter Judge Branan and Waterman and otheis codefendants with the government Recently he entered suit for visionary causes agasnst other and this with peculari ties caused the action taken Annual Meeting of the Dm Xotam Coulr The annual convention of the Des Moines County Womans Christian Tem perance Union was held at the pleasant rooms of The morning session was opened with devotions led by president of the Mediapolis The county then gave a recital of her years The secretary gave a report from four of the hve unions in the Nearly Sioo had been raised for the various lines of and hundreds or pages of temperance literature distrib Eightytwo children are enrolled in the Bands of Hope and Loyal Tem perance The forenoon was devoted to hearing reports from the county Miss McMaken wrote that twelve years ago but one church in the county used nnfermentcd now nearly all use Report of scientific temperance was heard and A feeling was manifested that this branch should bo more faithfully taught in the schools and the unions were urged to see that onlv such physiologies as are indorsed by the national superintendent be Six series now published meet the require ments of the regarding scientific The convention showed more than or dinary interest in the report on Whitn Cross and White Speakers dis cussed the temptation of school and a committee was appointed to pre pare a circular letter on this to send to each teacher in the county com mittee consisting of Ircenman and A The work of the superintendent for Henedict reported and showed contributions from Mediap Burlington and Dun The interest in the department of franchise was not when Its superintendent Dunham made hor and stated the fact that mothers have a legal right to their own children in but four of these United New Jersey and An account of the forcible taking of a child from its who supported in San was also con vincing those who were that women who still claim that they have all the rights they are only ignorant of their legal The reports from several unions were especially Mediapolis having superintendents of ten different linos of A box of clothing and valued at forty sent to the Bonn diet Petitions relating to varions depart ments have been circulated by unions hi Middletown and In the the convention list ened to a recitation by Grace a reading by Miss Crawford and a paper on the Ys by Miss Nellie Cowlesgave some helpful thoughts on Sunday school temperance and Mrs Montfort offered suggestions in re gard to sending tlowers for the prisoners at The county officers were but few changes were made in electing county The Vniteil From tho Journal of Education sine Nothing without liberties we our rights will who brought us over sustains popull snprema lex Let the welfare of the people ho the supreme dii The star of the United States E Pluribns One of astra per To the stars through Kentucky we divided we successit bar The civilized man succeeds the and Con Liberty and Rhode The people petit placidam sub libertate By the sword she seeks placid rest in or Conquers a West semper Mountaineers are always Cali I have found and no and Si quacris pen insulam amoenam I will If you seek a pleasant pen look around in An em pire in an volat She flies with her own and no South Ready in will and Tennes no and semper So always with Equality before the New no New Jersey and New North Car no et po Willing and and Indepen God we Justice and Modera Na tional no I Crescite Increase and As a pickmeup use Hoffmans Hannlem Headache Powders In the I The Pilgrim Congregational church in New York City celebrated Its twenty eighth anniversary last and special feature of the occasion was the singing of the familiar The Morning Light is in The words of the Chinese translation were taken down phonetically by a sten printed anddistributed through the Here ia the first verse in English and Chinese The morning light to The darkness disappears The sons of earth are waking To penitential tean Each breeae that the ocean Brings tidings from afar Of nations to Prepared for Zhmfe ELOPED LEA vise of Clay eloped the oeher day with a the wife of a leaving debfct to the amount of SHE WAS coroners ury in the inquestcover the body of iundbergwhorwae beaten to death by ler husband the at Tound a verdict of nmnfcr and ordered r Otis I Gbooobow Teebee IHerfr A WondnlWK May onjr entertained Stanley Speeches were Consul Sir
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