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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE; THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1002.
to accommodate the frlnda of br greatest
- Sera-Ices at Ike Ho.
The service at the house were conducted
fcy Ray. F. W. Eesoe W Holy Trinity church,
Lincoln. assisted by Rer. A. E. Knicker
bocker of tbla city. The service was that
of the Church of Eugland was given
In all Its aimpla but expressive
grandeur. No music was heard and
those who heard tba ceremony felt that to
apeak of the character of the dead before
the people there asembled who bad known
blm all their Uvea would be an empty thing.
The funeral proceeslon left the house at
about I 15 and moved eaat on Second eve
line to Sixteenth street, thence south to
Second Corso, from there It took .be wind
ing road that leads to Wyuka cemetery.
The procession was over a mile and a half
long and seemed even greater as It came
winding down across the hill. At the ceme
tery another great crowd was present. This
baa been estimated at from 1,000 to 6,000
people and again tba scenes that had been
enacted earlier la the day at the depot were
repeated when great crowds of the people
who had held the dead statesman as a friend
atood uncovered and with bowed beads paid
mute tribute to his memory.
The services at tha grave were short and
simple and soon all that was mortal of
Julius Sterling Morton was lowered Into
the ground to be seen by mortal man no.
more. The floral tributes, which had been
sent from the heuse, were distributed over
the plot of ground that bel6ngs to tha
family and which Contains the remains of
Mrs. Morton and their son Carl.
Tha honorary pallbearers today were:
W. L. Wilson, D. P. Rolfe, Robert Payne,
I)r. Oeorga L. Miller. A. J. Sawyer, N.
8. Harding. 1 O. Ooddard, E. F. Oorton.
W. A. Cotton, H. N. Bbewell. E. R. Haynee,
E. R. Puffer, Thomaa Miller, Lot Brown,
P. B.. Wears, W. D. Mcllugh, George B.
Lake. Rockwell King. Hon. J. M. Wool
worth, Hon, J. H. Eckles, ex-Governor R.
W. Furnas, J. J. Hochstetler. B. S. Merrltt.
Charlea F. Manderson, W. R. Nelson, Prof.
H. J. Cox and Dr Don C. Ayer.
The active pallbearers were: A. P. Staf
ford, John Nordhouee,. D. A. Maccuatg. A. T.
Richardson, F. L Burdlck, R. O. Marnell.
FredyHelller and John W. Stelnhart.
Mrinaifi of Condolence.
Tba messages of condolence continue to
atream in. Among the mora Important!
messages received today the following may
ba quoted: ,
Topeka, Kan., The Conaervatlve: Please
convey my condolencea to the family of
Mr. Morton. I am much grieved.
E. F. WARE.
Philadelphia Permit me to express deep
est sympathy with the sons and associates
tit Hon. J. Sterling Morton. His death is
a 'terrible loss to our country and brings
sincere sorrow to all his friends.
W. L. A ITLKK ULKPtSK.
Stuart, Fla. Paul Morton: I am greatly
ehocked and grieved by the announcement
of the death cf my friend, your father, and
beg to express my deep sympathy.
DANIEL 8. LAMONT.
Denver, Colo. Please accept my heart
felt aympnthy for your great loss. Were
I at home would pay my respects In per
son. JOHN A. CREIQHTON.
Lincoln I mourn with you and with Ne
braska over the death of Its foremost cltl
ten. BISHOP BONACUM.
Stuart, Fla. Miss Morton: I have Just
heard of the sad death of my friend and
your brother and ! hasten to- express my
deep sorrow and 'jlnr-ere condolence.
Bloomlngton. 111. Paul Morton: I wish
to extend to you and the membera of his
family my profound sympathy.
ADLAJ E. STEVENSON.
Washington. D. C Am greatly ahocked
and grieved. I reapected and admired your
father as a public man and I loved him as
a friend. I sympathise deeply with you
and feel that the country haa sustained a
Teal and great loss.
The special train from Omaha left this
city on Its return trip at 4:15 this after
noon and tha train for Lincoln with; the
governor and party started fifteen minutes
Tha special bearing tha distinguished
party from the east left bore at 6:40
o'clock, ten minutes ahea t of the regular.
Mark Morton returned with the party.
Joy and Paul Morton remain hero until
Saturday to adjust tha estate and look after
aome other matter.
It la announced tonight that the Con
servative will be continued for a few
weeks longer and will be concluded with
a memorial number. Tbla number will be
Issued about May 80.
ATTEND THE MORTON FUNERAL
Large Party of Ouabnna Go to Ne
braska Cits- In Special
Almost four ecore of the prominent cltl
cena of Omaha, many with their wives, went
to Nebraska City yesterday morning to at
tend tha funeral service over the remains
of J. Sterling Morton.
Guests of tha Burlington railroad, tha
members of the party left Burlington sta
tion here at 10 o'clock In a special train
and ws.e scheduled to reach Nebraaka City
at noon. A string of carriages awaited
them at the city of mourning and lunch
Saa had at tha Watson hotel. Thence tbs
Omahans proceeded to Arbor Lodge at once,
again In carrlagea, and after tha funeral
ervlcea, which began at J In the aft
ernoon, they started immediately on tba
return trip for Omaha.
General Manager Holdrega of tha Burr
ltngton waa in peraonal conduct of the
party aa host and his private car ended the
train, being placed at tha disposal of tba
Is a disease as old as antiquity, and aa.
young as the) newest born Infant.
It has infested the blood ot humanity"
from ancient times down to the pre-i
It is hereditary or may be acquired.
It appears in swollen glands, scrof
nlous sores, hip disease, bolls, pimples,
eruptions, and, as believed by high
authorities, even in the forms of catarrh
It can be cured by taking flood's
Sartaparllla faithfully and persistently.
We know this, because Hood's
6arsaparllla has done it.
It will cure you if you giro it a trial.
You should begin to take it today.
Hip Disease " I suffered from hip
dlseasa; had S running sores; used crutches
and each win tor I was oonODed to my bad
for weeks at a Urns. Hood's SarsapariUa
has acoonpllahed a perfect curs-saved any
Ufa. I have a good appetite and feel strong
and well." Asms Rosist, 49 Fourth St,
Fall Klver, Mass.
In Her Iee-"My little girl bad acrof
0.1 and sores appeared in ber ayes. A tew
bottles of Hood's oarsaparllla entirely
curad bar and ah baa never bad scrofula
sines." Mas. Howas fori, Alpha,Oregon.
N. B. It roa decide to take Hood's Saras
parlUa do not be Induced to buy any ether.
Is said y all drncaista. Prepared
by C L HOOD CO- LwU. Mass
entire party. Three- additional-coaches
completed tha equipment.
The gathering at the deeot plaffgrm
an Inspiring one, being -representative
body of the notable, men of Omaha. Many
Were there who had been Intimately asso
ciated with Mr. Morton at one time or an
other and there were-a few who bad been
fellow Nebraskans with him from the time
ho first came here back in 1854. There
were aUo several -welt , known Nebrsskans
from other towns." The Jiarty) .comprised:
IFJrank Murphy, Captain H. E. Palmer, B.
T. White, Miss Briggs, T. L. Kimball. Lo
reoto Crounse, Edward Rosewater, James
E. Boyd, 8. A. Orchard, E. E. Bruce, Dr.
George L. Miller. Colonel John J. Dickey, F.
Renner, Mayor Frank? E. Moorea. Oeorge k.
Prltchett. 8. R. Rush, Judge Munger, Major
Wheeler, George If.' Tbsmmef, -Judge and
Mrs. O, ,W. Doene, Mrs. C. B. Keller, Mar
shal Matthews. George F Bldwell, James
Stephenson, Horace iQ, ...Whjtmpre,. Herman
Kountte, W. A. Paxtpft(FrMk.lT. fiajiBom,
Henry W. Tatea, "Peter Jensen pt Jensen,
Neb.; Mrs. Heth, B. B,')Vppa. ob"i. UU.
Guy C. Barton, Dr.y,,.H,.7ofl;nian',C6.ares
Ogden, Judge and Mrs. Iake, Charles F.
Greene; W. D. Mc'ftugV, Mrs.f'T4ptlle:ton.
Mrs. Lamed, J. M. Woolwortli, 'General
John C. Co win, -Jadee nt Mrs: ' i)oane.
Judge and Mrs. RWkehfy. ; MMors
man, Thomas KllpavtfTpRji EusTM Martin,
James North of eClorobiiB,'?teb.; Judge
Piatt of Grand Ishr43, -Neb: -8c-M. Wolbaca
of Grand Island aad-tbe following Burling
ton officials: -: ' -
O. W. Holdrege; George. rk Orcaby, John
Francis, A. B. Smith Generate. Man
deraon, J. G,- Tay tor Colon! Ho B,. Bffott,
special representative of- Utr -Parkins- at
Burlington, la., and Lee Spratlltbr,.
A large number ot. NepraikaDS also went
to the funeral from bcre on Wlsaouri Pa
cific train No. 18 yesterday .mornlngAmong
them were three Omahans. J. O. PhUllppt,
Thomas Godfrey and Harry Cartao. v .
Flax Hall-Mast. rv "'
WASHINGTON,. April to.'-rBr direction of
the president, the flags on. all, the executive
departments were displayed at half-mast
today In honor, of ex-Secretary .Morton.
TWO DOCTORS, 'LAID TOV REST
Funerals of Jamfi Stisw and. J. Wal
, . , . ter Bovrlan. Held, At, lv-
. t. dlnnaln, hasW,r r ,
INDlANOLA, Jeb..' ' 'April 30.'-(SpertaI
Telegram.) The body of Dr." Samee" Shaw,
who died at his home' In Denver, 'CMd., was
brought here this "txiornthg for boflill' and
his funeral took ' place st ' the "CongrSga
tlonal church at 2 b'cl6cK"thfe' 'afternoon.
Dr. Sbaw was fofr many year's 'K citizen of
Indlanola, having located here In the year
1873. He was the Blrst pHysrcfaa1 to prac
tice the profession ' of medicine In Red
Willow county and -was hlgtrty'-respected.
; Dr. J. Walter Rowland. hcjr waa killed
at Herndon, KaO. ton Monday, was" burled
here today, bta funeral berog" hel at the
Methodist church Immediately' after the
bnrlal of Dr. Shaw. Dr. Rowland mi at one
time teacher In the Indlanola High school
and waa a resident of this town (or several
years. His wife. was. unable to be present
at the funeral, a aha la- the. mother of a
child only three days old at the time tha
killing occurred. ., .
Both Dr. Shaw ' and, 'Tr. Rowianfl . were
Masons and the services at the graves were
In charge of the Masonic lodge of this place,
The attendance at both, funerals wps. large.
Hastings P. E. O.'a' EnterValji Visitors.
HASTINGS, Neb., April SO. (Special Tel
egram.) The women ' of Haatlng's T. E. O.
society entertained large number, of vis
iting women today from Harvard' and Mln
den. .From 1 to S o'clock the guests were
glvan a ride about tit city, after which
they wej-e entertaed wltj a select mustca
program at the hfttie ot'MrC William Lowi
man. The Rlsltora.iwa. ;ien escorted to
the homo of Mrs. H. W. Scott, where they
ware given a S o'clock dinner.
William Sltaden, NebraSf City.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., April JO (Sdo-
lal.J Word was received In this city Tues
day evening that William Shaden, a whole
sale and retail liquor dealer here, had died
In the St. Maryra boapltaL at Grind Junc
tion, Colo., at 11:30. o'clock that morn 1 nr.
He was at the time of hie 4ath about '44
years of age. Toe ramalns will be brought
hers for burial.''' --'.
Francis Cndwnlnder Dade.
PHILADELPHIA;, April 0. Chief Engl-
neer Francla Cadawalder Dade, U. S. N.,
retired, died today ef. heart disease. He
entered the navy In 1849, at the aga of 20
years, aa an 'assistant engineer, and was
retired in 1889. V Ha was a son of General
Lawrence P. bade, who fought In' the war
of 181 J. f , .-
Mra. D. B. Hoi oh las,- Oaoeola.
OSCEOLA. . Neb.. April 80. (Special.)
Tbs funeral, of Mrs.. D. B. Hotchklsa was
held from tba' family residence west ot here
Tuesday afternoon and waa largely attended.
The deceased waa 71 , years old and had
lived with ber family near. -this place for
eighteen years. Rev. Bdwer of York offici
ated. Tha body was Interred in the Osce
Jnnaee Holllneworth. Hslaaesville.
BEATRICE, Neb.. April 30. (Special.)
James HolllngworthVe Gage county pioneer
resident, died Sunday ntght at his home
near Holmeavllislged-80 years. He leaves
a widow and aetetalVaWHcep." hs -remains
wars interred in ta-lflira $pt,tnge oenletery
today. s-V . '".
Mm. -Dniajn Harernnd.
BEATRICE, fteb.. April VW (Special.)-
Mra. Daley Haverland of this' city died at
the home of ber parents in Alma. Neb. She
waa 28 years of ae' and 'leaves a husband
interment win te msae at isiue springs,
Cornell Ttnlldnai .at Vlntlne.
VALENTINE. JTab j April. OL,r-(Speclal
Talegram.)-Th.-Corooll building, which
has served many years aj a court bouse and
opera hall waa dli eovted. b an firs a
few mlnutea before Q o'clock, this morning,
Part of tha lowei floor waa occupied by F
H. Baumgartel ylOt .a $,000. jt)ck of dry
goods and shoes, which Is-a total loss. Firs
had spread to all parte of the building be
fore discovered ' and :wee just . breaking
through the outer walls whan two atreama
of water wars, turned en. The building la
badly damaged and-could net fiavs been
saved bad there bewn the slightest breete,
Small insurance waa carried on both the
atock st gooda and building. The origin ot
tha fire is unkaotrat" a. '.- '-.
Two Small Bin at Mshsaska City
NEBRASKA CTTY.' Neb.'. Xpr(l SO. (Bps
clal Telegram. Two small fires occurred
hers today. One csngnt1, in some bedding
stored In the second story ot tha Peoria ho
tel. Tha other w .. be'd in the rear of
Johnson Lyons' tore. Mnaii aamage wa
dona at either place The total loss will
not exceed $100, fiifly covered by lnsur
anca. . ' " .. . --;
Firs' la Philadelphia.
PHlLADRLPHIA. ' Anrll SO.Flrs com
pletely destroyed "lha building of the
Bchwartwaelder eompany, cloth sponges, at
S01-SOI Cherry a owes; today. .-Tbs. loss ts
eattmatad at tT5.0k
Mew rfcr wsigtt far oa.
NEW YORK. April Tha kodget for
tarn n h imiiu Naw York Waa aareed
I upon today ty tne Kor oi uiimiit. ins
total U M,sis,swb aa tacrwaas ot. rttt.we.
OMAHA WINS BY GOOD HITTING
ke Last Game of Peoria Series Through
- , Dial of Shear 81ngging.: '
BROWN PITCHES ANOTHER SPLENDID GAME
Pirate Batters Do Their Best, bat Fall
to Land Often Kaoafth to II end
the Leaders In the
la a thrilling chaos of hits, runs, errors
and atolen bases the bass ball bark wblcb
bore the Peoria Pirates to Vinton street
park yesterday waa completely scuttled,
and by a score ot 9 to 5 the Rourke Rangers
will leave Omaha with another -victory -4o
their credit, while they- are farther than
eves, in the lead foe the Western league
percentage- top-line position.-
Every wJlo. known to base ball wisdom in
the shape ot Billy Hart waa exerted -to win
that; one game from- the now famed
Omahas. One pitcher after another jwas
tried until hree had been Seat to -the
laughter which Invariably awaited them,
and Billy .even got out and ran a baae him
self for Willie McGlH In the third inning.
But it waa useless, for the Pirates were
p- againet Plteher Brown, so what show
did they have? .-
More -than- ever did this - Industrious
twlrler endear himself -to the fans. yester
dayv In only two Inniogs did the Peorlana
find him to any avail, and It must be re
membered that the visitor were out to
in this last game if battlntf the ball could
do it. Brown's actual pushing ot fh ball
over the plate; "hdwever, waa a mere item
Ot his play. ' The great feature 'of the game
was his three-bagger In v the Sixth-, with
two outs,' scoring Goading "and bringing in
for Omaha the' winding run and the surplus
earned tally. The-drive- was a beauty,' to
right center, and youco(lld tell from' the
way Brown pulled himself around the bags
that he was itching to make' it a home
run, but his good sense kpt him' regret
fully on third. " Five clean assists without
an error, and aoms of tbenf very risky 'ones,
and 'bne thtr beginning of a' most unusual
double play, apeak for the fielding part of
his game, and Omahans are convinced 'that
Rourke' has hired a shortstop to pitch.
Some Other Brilliant Features.
Stewart's home run. in the fourth wis a
marvel, . but the only reason , "Loaned"
Stone missed it waa because it went over
the fence, while Stone stopped , this side
of -It. It was the first fair ball over, the
boards this year.
To hard-working little Hlckey goes the
fielding palm. He made a bad throw to
Calhoun 10 the alxth, it la true; but no one
but 'a scorekeeper ' could remember that
after his sensational catch of Stone's foul
n ' the ninth. The 'ball ' was ' a high one.
with a natural twist acquired from the bat
and an added unnatural one lent' by the
wind. Then It lit right against the
bleacher fence, away out- In left field, but
Hlckey was there wtth a crash against the
boards. 'The tortuous star-gazing course he
ran at full speed In order to follow the ball
and get It was Worse ' than the -peregrinations'
of a lttbyrinthlan resident. '
Errors galore were 'made, but' "on- the
whftle they served to give' to the' game Its
rank as the best of the season, : which 'ia s
hefty thing to say about any contest 'after
the atar base ball that has 'been' the order
11 along. And if every error had been cut
out Omaha would have won Just the same.
'.Some Piiat'es .Who ShoSe.
Btohe, .Trilby '.and Laxotte. a" sequent
strlo- of tho Pjrajea', etar .htttaps. felt the
importance? of .'the occasion and . strained
every Tierve-to bit out 'a victory whenever
-j m aw? . a u mgi( una. are
ue four of the five tallies. But on three
such occasions Brown nipped their hopes in
the bud by clever throwing and great head
work at the batter and once by his own
double play. , .
This afternoon' at 4:3$' "Pa" Rourke will
ake his pets to Milwaukee, where they ex
pect to win more laurels.' When Peoria is
reached a week hence Btooe will rejoin
Omaha, as Rourke announced today, and
this will elicit the unanimous commenda
tion of local fans, for everyone wants
8tone because he la a ball player and a
In parting with the team for a while
it is proper to say a word in regard to
the work of Umpire Moran. In all the
base ball history of the town no better
Work has ever been done by the handler of
the indicator. To be sure, Mr. Moran has
had the hearty co-operation, ot the playera.
but this can be maintained only aa the
umpire Is able to maintain the respect and
confidence of the playera In his ability and
Impartiality. One of the happiest, features
of the seven games played has been-, free
dom from , friction and entire absence of
kicking." Tbla' has not been for the rea
son that there was no life to the games,
for more atubbornly contested 'matches
were never seen, but because the umpire
was fair and square all the time and gave
bis decisions promptly and without regard
to tha course of tha contest. . Mr. Moran
will be welcome by Omaha patrons of tbs
sport at any time. Attendance, 1,600. Yea
Dolan. ss ,
8 ir'"'j 4
Stone,' cf. ......
Ma lime V. If...-.
i 24 ' 14
Batted for Cox In the ninth.
2 0 0,3 0 4 i
1 vl 0 1 0 4 1
o os o o l e
0 03 0 0 1 2
Omaha, 4; Peoria, t.
- Stone. Sacrifice, hits
Vaughn. Stolen bases
farter. ' Stewart (11). Oenins, Calhoun
Hli kev. Hart trunnina for McGlll In third).
Double playa: Brown to Stewart 'to Cal
houn, Dolan to Stewart to Calhoun. -Bases
on balla: Off Brown. 1; off Simon, 2; off
Cox, 1. Hit by pitched ball: By. Brown
1; by Simon. 1. Time: 1:36. Umpire: Moran,
rosily Error ( St. 'Joseph
COLORADO SPRINGS, April 30 St. Jo
aeuh's errors at critical moments cave to.
day'a same to the locals. AH three pitchers
were nil nara. score:
Colo Bprlnga..O 0 S 0 1 I 0 4 -12
. s is
St. Joseph .....o o 4 see e-i
Batteries: St. Josepn, Mc Fad Hen and
Roth: Colorado Springs. Basion, Jones and
Mllwsske Wlas Again.
DEB MOINES. April 30-In a close and
Interratlng game here today Milwaukee
defeated Dea Moines. The attendance wa
larae. Score: .
'' R H E
Milwaukee 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 S
Dea Moines ... 0 0 0 0 0 O 08 I
; Batteries: Milwaukee. O'Nell and Hanna
ford; Dea Moines, Barry and Smith, Um
' Deasrar Loses la alalb.
; DENVER -April SO.-Pt looked-Ilka Den
vers. same up lu the nluln, when a-ansi,
City tied the score In the eleventh, with
on man on basp Shannon knocked a clean
slnate. w-tnntn the gam with one man ont.
Attendance, 2,tKiO, Scored - :
M .... ... , J
Penvrr o 1 3 0 0 9 0 i 0 0 0-8 11 t
Kansas City 0 0 0 3 9 0 0 0 8 0 1-4 0
Hattertcs: Ivrtver. Frisk and Wilson;
Kanvas -s.lt-, Nichols-and Messltt. .
GAMES IN NATIONAL . LEAGUE
Sew York Defeata Haakera In a Hard-
Fonaht Twelve Innlnn
Battle. - '
PHILADELPHIA, April .-New York
and Philadelphia plaved an excltlna twelve-Inning-
game here- today. In which the
visitors won out on two singles and a sac
rifice. Attendance, 1,885. Bcore:
"WW TOSK. -t' PHILADELPHIA.
R.H.O.A a.l . , R.H.O.A.B.
V Hltrn. itl I I
0 Thomli. ct... I I
FrAflle. cf.... Set
Laurirr, Jb..l 1
Ioyl, .lb. v ' II
Smith, lb 0 s
S lnriT. rf..... 1 I 1
Btmrn, 11... t 1 I
UnuflaM, lb. 0 I t
tVwtn. r B 0
jhihi, T... a t
Bmd, m t 1
JrkMtsct. c. 1. t S
HuUwItt, .. 1 t
tlllmn. tb.. SIS
I'hlldn. lb S" 1 I
Whitt, 0,1 a
Thlftlhian; p.. 0' i S '-
Tel. 1A., u A s-otals. ...... 1 IS II t
New. York , 0 0.4 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1-)
Philadelphia 3Q00OO0 20 0 0 05
Edrncj runs': New York'; 2;' Phfladelph'lft,
1 Ttvcf-btrxe hits: Halrma'n (2). ThVee
base hit. LiulswUt, gacrlflce .hlta:.- Brodie
U), Sparks (2), .Thomas. tolen. bases:
Lauder, Doyle. BVwerman. ' Left on buses:
New York, g; rhllartelphla,. 10. Double
play: Brow'n'e t( Mulswftt. Ftrsfbrt on
ballsj Off Thlelman, 1; oft White, 4. Btruck
out: By 8parkF,TR; bv White, . - Pissed
balls: ajacklltsch; J. Time: 2:20.- I'nrplre:
O'Ua-y. .-' . t i .- : -
, Mtstri UrSI Ht.iI.onts,- -.
VlTTSFrrnd.' April 'HO -nie ' game ws
too- one-sided to be Interesting. i-Inthe
ninth Chesbro let up, allowing, two hits,
gave a base on balls and hit a batter,
which, netted the visitors two runs. At
tendance. 3,910. score:
rsri. tf.:..: 1 1 e
.-. s -s-1 I - 1
I'lu-k. it.. 1100
nnaumont. cf t 1 1 0
Fmoot, cf 0
naKfas, If:, t
Kruaer. as.. ... 0
Hirttnan, lb. 1
anrss..re'l If '
Rrnnfl)d, ml 111 1 0
Hltchjt, lb.. 1.1 I t
Lctrll, Ik.... 1
Rjran. lb..... 1
Nichols, e 1
VerkM, p.... 0
O Connor, o.. S 0 S 1 0
Cbeaebr,. p.. S. 1 0 i
..I'M IT U t -.
' 'Baited for Yerkes In nintlf. ' '
Pittsburg .:..a:.. 1. 2 1 1"0' 2 0 7
St. Loula ........w.i 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 24
Earned rune: Pittsburg, 2; St. Louis, 1.
Two-base hits: Chesbro. Donovan. Three
base hits: .. Wagner, Barclay. Sacrifice
hits: Beaumont, O'Connor. Stolen bases:
Clajks,. v Beaumont,. Wagner, Urtwutleld,
t til I Pi m 9 1 I
Donovan. . UouWc play: u t-onnor la
Hltchey to O'Connor. FarreTr to KtUiter
to Ryan, KrusreT to Hyan. J"lrst- bane on
balls!.. Oft ChsUro, 3; off Yerkes,.. Hit
by pitched ball: NIcholB. Struck out: By
Chesbro, 4: by Yerkes, 3. Time:' 1:50. 'Um
pire: Emslle. - -
At Boston Boston-Brooklyn game post
poned;: rata.-- - v - - .
nrnin a aj
n AM CO
Baltimore Takes Claae Fight Irani
Boston With 1'nfavomble Deci
sions to Contend .With.
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JlALTIMORp,. April 30-The Baltlmores
won from Boston toaay aner a neari
disease finish. There were a couple of
notable decisions by Umpire Sheridan that
made the club's fight an uphill affair. At
tendance, 3,040. Bcore:
R.H O A B.
Farent. aa 0 I t a
Stahl. Cf .,.. 1' 0
(.'nlllna. tb... 1 1 1 1
Freeman, rf . . 1 I t 0 o
Hickman.' If.. 14 1 t 0
I Cb'nw, JbO 9 . 0
rrrrla. lb.... I 1 4 s
Crtner, c....;0 0 l-t- 1
Wlniera p... 0 1 .0
OUocrt. m ... 0 1 i
McOrkw, 'lb.. S I S k
Kellr. .cf.... S. I .1 0.0
Ffvmour. rf.. 1' o o s c
Wirltima; Sb-.Ki: :
fi.lb.oh, if..., l. a. , V-
Mcdann. lb.. 1' 0 lS 0 1
Ko-blnnon, e..1 i t (
Huchas, P.... 1. I
Touls.'. ;.:.' IHS'rt
One out when winning -run was made.
Baltimore-. ..-;. .., 0 0 P 1 0 0, 1- 2
Boston. ....-...... 0 2 0 1 .0.1 0,0 04
Sacrifice, hit: !. Parent, Two-base bits:
Collins, Hickman, Williams (2). Three-base
hits: Fet-He, "Freeman.- eraiea-bases: Mc-
its: eTris,-i"reTTian." wimen- oasee: rn
iaan 2,.-'errljS Seiyroour, Criger.. Fir
aee on baUs, 6ff.HuKhes, 1; off Wlntei
Hlt'by piljfVed-ball': ' By " Winters;
truck outi Lfi Huahas. 3: by Winters.
Gaan 2,.-'errljS Seiyroour, Criger.. First
baa on baUs, 6ff.HuKhes, 1; off Winters,
.Wild Ditphi . Kugh.es, . Left on bases-; Bos
ton, 6; Baltimore, 6. Time: 2:60. umpire
WASHINGTON, April 30. Heavy hitting
by Phlladelpnla, 'wnen- mr meant runs,
aided by. loose Holding at critical stages by
the borne, tearn, cost Washington today's
game. Attendance; 3,200.' Score-:
PHILADELPHIA. ' I' WABHINfWW
K.H.o.Aai , , R.H.O,A-a.
ran, rt 1
fiaTla. 10. ...
Kelaler. of. .: 7
o! Wolr.rton. lb 0
L. Rroaa, lb.
Delehanty, If. 1
Couihlln. tb. 1
Parey, lb 0
Ely, aa 4
Drill, e. .. .... I
M. craaa, aa.
ToUta It 14 17 14 2 Totals 1 11 27 10 I
Philadelphia 03020150 011
Washington '...'.... J 00 0--00101 7
Earned runsr Washington, 8; Philadel
phia, 8. Two-base hlta: Townsenq . . 2),
C'oughlln, Drill. Flick.. Three-base hits:
Wll tie, Soy bold. Home ' runs: Laughlln,
powers. Hortzel. btoien base: r uitx, nac-
Tlftco hits: Kultx. FlU'k, Double plays:
I. Coss to Dp. vis to M. Cross, FultS to
Davin. fftse on Dans: un rownsena, a:
oft Wlltxs, S. Hit "by -pitcher: By-Town-send,
2. Struck out: By Townsenxl, 1; by
Wtltxe, 2. Left on bases: Washington, 4;
Philadelphia, 1. Passed ball: Powers, 1.
Time: 2:00. Umpire: O Laughlln.
Chicago Skats Out Cleveland.
CHICAGO. April 30 The hits off Griffith
today were kept well scattered and only
two of the visitors reached third. Battery
errors helped1 vnicag-o to three of their
runs. Attendance, l.iMJ. . pcore:
R.H O A B
Plckerlnc.cf. 0 I 4 a
Strang la.... t 1 1 I t
Jonea, cl l l a u
UrMn, a O 1 e
Davla. ,aa 11 I
McCarthy, It. e e e
Harvay, rf... s 1
B.hrack. lb... I 11
Mi-rarlan, n. o a a o
Bonner, lb. .'. 1 4
Bradley,' b.. S I I
Daly- tb......-e t I 4 1
I. ball, lb 1 1 ll l i
Sullivan. ... 4 I 4
Orn hnaur. aa. 4 1 1
Urmia, e 0-1 I
Orlfflthy 11 4 4 I
Joaa, p....,i..t 1
Hfmphlll ...O S 0
4 7 IT II 0
Totals,.-.-.-.. 4-4 M 14 4
Batted for Joss in the ninth.
Chicago vi...-yw. 0,0.1,0 0 0 1 1- 14
v y o u u u . t u 00
Left on bases: Chicago, 8: Cleveland. S.
Two-base hlta1. -'DavlsT Bradley.' Sacrifice
hits:- lsbelh Jones,, Joes.' Stoln bases:
Isbell ).- Sullivan, Balk. , . Joss, ..Double
Daly to Davla to labell. Struck out:
ifflth, V by Joss,' l: Pasned ball:
Uemls, 2. Bases on balls: Oft Urlfflth. 4:
off Joss, 6. Wild pitches: Joss, Griffith.
Timet l:6Sk "Umpires: Juhnstons and Con
nolly.- f i- r '- . - .
I ttrowns. .Wla -Close Oaiae. '
ST. IXUI8. Anrll 80 Brilliant nitPhlna-
by Harper and an error by Harley, which
permitted 3urkett to reach first In The
sixth inning, "gave St. Louis a victory In
the final garrte or tne aerlea with Detroit.
Detroit could do nothing -with' Harper'a
curvea and two widely scattered alnglea
weret alt-that fell to the lot of the visitors
Attendance,' 1.500. Bcore:
ST. LOl'l. I DETROIT.
R.U O A B.l h.H 0A B.
Burkett, If .. 1 0 10 0 Barrett, rf.., 0 10 0
Hetdrtuk, ct.. 0
Aoderaoa, lb. 0
0 Holmea. rf... 4 1 14 a
a UcAlllater. tb 0 4 0 I a
Harfey. If..,. 0 4.401
W altera, aa... 4
Paddes, tb... 0
Jonea, rf 0
M't-'nnlck. lb 0
a ciDerieia, ee. v l l l
0 Oleeaon, Ik.. 4 4 1 I s
1 Mlloa. lb.... 4 ' 4 t 0 s
0 MrOulre. c... 4 0 t 4 s
9 nievera, p....s S 0 4 4
. 1 SITU el Totala...... 0 1 M i
00000"! 00 1
plays: Elberfeld to Oleason to
17 DO C
Uobeu Marie P arias)
CAU DC COLOGNE
Is oaed br all Roral heads of '
Kurope. The must fsabltmabls f"
soaua or to-day, verg refraaluiig.
laalllia- aweet and neilcela 1 Dto-
ducra aa atmoepbtre of faaciDaring, exqnUiia ro
Snemeat. e.ll IS THIS MUST rOflLAJI
fattrutlK ia Baropa. .
l or sale by '
. W. R. BENNETT CO. :
B. W. Cor. Uth and Harney Bis.
Dillon, Harper to Padden to Anderson. Mc
Cortnlck ti Padden to Anderson. I .eft on
bases: St. Lojts. i; Detroit, 4. Strui k out:
By Harper, 5; bv Plevers, 1. Base on balls:
Off Harper, 1. 1'mplre: Carruthers. Time;
IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
llooalera Posad Sear for Twenty
Three Hlta. Easily Winning-
INDIANAPOLIS, April . Indianapolis
hit Gear for twenty-three Tilts and earned
all of their thirteen runs. Kansas Citv
rolled up five tallies In the nnal Inning on
sharp hitting and two glfta. Attendance,
721. Score :
INDIANAPOLIS I KANSAS C1TT.
Fn. tb 1 I t 4 el Nance, ct .... I 0 I
iiorirver. rr. 1 I I s oiRoihtul. rf... 1 I I 0 1
t S 4 0
Smith. If 1110 0
Oraay,, lb.... 1 1 t 0 0
Bevllle. c 1 I I I 1
J. O'Brien, lb 4 I t I t
Lea-ee. aa. . .. 4 0 t 4
Mi Bryde, lb.. 0 t 1 I
Oear, p II 0 0 1
I I la to
I I 1 e
I 4 1 I e
1 I I I 1
0 t 1 4
Totals it ft ST It ' a Totala 7 11 14 11 t
Indianapolis (1010041 13
Kansas City 010010006 7
Basea on balls: Off SutthofT, S; off Oer.
1. . Struck, out; By SutthniT. 2; by Oear,
2. Two-base hits: Klhm tZ), Coulter. Hey
dofi, Babb, J. O'Brien, Bevllle (2). Three
base hit: .Babb. Home -run: O'Brien.
Double plays: SutthofT to Heydon to Klhm,
Stitthoff to Fox to Klhm, Iwee to J.
O'Brien to Bevllle. Stolen base: Hogriever.
Passed ball:. Belle. lft on bases: In
dianapolis, 7; Kansas City,. 6. Time: .157.
Blllera Get a Game.
TOLEDO. April 30. It waa a pitchers'
battle today between Tolfdo and, Minne
apolis, In -which Sporer won. Attendance,
SuO. Score: ,-. - -
MINNEAPOLIS. I ' TOLEDO.
k... 1 111 I SMeheck, aa. . 0 1110
Phyla, lb t 1-7 s Miller, rf.
0 0 1 0 1
Wllmot. rf... 110 0 Smith, lb .
W'erden. lb. ..0 0 14 0 e Turner, lb.
.40 1 01
.0 4 4 I 0
0 0 10 0
,0 0 0 1 0
,4 0 0 0
M'Farlann. cf 0 0 0 0 0 Myera. lb..
0 0 10 0
Cil Ike. cf.
0 10 1
Sporer, p 0 1 4 t o
Totala t 7 17 13 o
Totala 1 4 14 10 I
Batted for Mock In ninth.
Minneapolis .., 10001000 2
Toledo OOOOOIOO oi
Two-base hits: Qulllan, Wllmot, I'liyle.
Sacrifice hit: ' Orafflus. Stolen bases:
Phylc, McFarland, Zalusky, Orafflus.
Double play: Shlebeck to Turner. Struck
out: By Sporer, 8; by Mock, 6. Passed
ball: Zaluxky. Bases on balls: Off Mock,
2. Wild pitches: Mock, 1; Sporer. 1. Hit
with ball: By Sporer, 1. Tims: 1:40.. Um
Brewers Easy for Colouela.
LOUISVILLE, April 30.-Mllwaukee could
not oo much with Flaherty s delivery ntiu
the home team won an rasy victory.
Bracken was t-lther hit hard or lost con
trol at the critical moments. .Attendance,
5u0. Bcore :
Krrwln, II.... 4 14 0 0
Gannon, cf. . . I 4 S 0 0
Flournny, rf. 1 1 3 0 0
Jiallman. If.. 0 1 1 0 0
nichnae, ct.. 0 0 0 0
Parrott. rf ... 0 1 4 t I
Oanteil, lb... 0 0 4 1 Cl
Pungan. lb.. 0 0 10 0 0
M A'dr'we. 3b 0 1 t I 0
rltngman, aa. 1 1 1 I 0
Bplea. e 11111
cooaan. 2b... l l i l o
Tannehlll, aa. 0 3 1 4 2
Sohaub. lb... 1111)
Flaherty, p... t t 1 1 1
O'Cnnnell, lb 1 I I I l
Kpeer, c 0 1 t 0 J
Bracken, p... 0 0 0 t I
. Totala 13 14 24 11 El Totala t T 14 14 a
Louisville I... 3 2 0 1 0 1 6 0-18
Milwaukee 0 10100002
Oatne called end eluhth to allow Mil
waukee to catch a train.
Two-baso hits: Kerwln, Flaherty-Three-base
hits: Fiournoy, Oannon. Double
plays: Bracken to O'Conneil to Dungan,
? 1 1 . A . V .11 A 1 . ....... k'lu.
berty to Srhaub to Uanxell, Tannehlll to
Coogan to Oansel. Stolen bases: Fiournoy,
Kerwln. BirucK out: My uracsien, i; ny
Flaherty, 2. Hit by pitcher: Spies. Basea
on balls: Off Bracken, 3; off Flaherty, 2.
Wild pitch: Bracken. Time: 1:45. Um
Columbns Makes o Errors.
COLt'MBUS, O., April 80. Columbus
layed an errorless game today, while St.
aul a work In the Meld was loose. Bailey
was knocked out of the box In the eighth,
but Columbus had already won the game.
Attendance, 1,918. Score:
. . .R.H.O.A.B
. , R.H.O.A.B.
Hart, cf ' 113 0 0
Oeler, tb 1 I t 0 t
Mean; rf.V..t S 1 o
IMIIard. lb... 0 I 1
Khar, aa 4 0 1
Lally. If , 1 110 0
Orlm, lb..... o in -
Eraoe. Jb...-. i 10
Turner, .lb... 0 t 0 1.0
Kelleyr lb..t. 0 t 18 0 0
Shannon; ct.. 0 1 1--0
Lumley. rf... 0 0 1 1
McOana. If... 1 0 t 1 I
Hurley, c... litis
Ferguson, p.. 1 1. 1 I e
Totala 4 11 17 IT T
Nettreas, as.. 1 I I 4 V
Pox.- o .;.0 t 1 a
Bailey, p.... 1 1 0 0
Wanr, p.... 0 4 0 0 e
Totala I 14 3T t ol
Columbus 10111400 0-8
St. Paul 00000 182 0fl
Stolen bases: Iilly, Meany, Nattress.
Sacrifice hits: Meany, Lally, Evans, Tur
ner.. Two-base hits: Hart (3), Grim, Kelly
t2l, Hurley. Three-base hits: Hurley,
Ferguson. Double play; Shay to Kelley.
Struck out: by Bailey, 2; by Wagner, 2;
w.. .... i ' i 1 ,4 ..1,-1.. TI.IIav VII,
by pitcher: By Bailey, 2; by F'erguson. 1.
Passed ball: Fox. Time: 2:09. Umpire:
. Sceptre Wins Rich Stake.
l)Nnf)N. Anrll 30. At the Newmarket
first spring meeting today H. S. Sievler's
10.0O9 guinea filly. Sceptre, won the first
classlo event of the year, the 2,000 guineas
stake, defeating th favorites, Mr. Oubblns'
Ard Patrick and Mr. Sievier'a Duke of West
minster, with which Sceptre will, later, con
test tha Derby, nsior waa seoono anu
Ard Patrick third. Fourteen horses started.
King Edward was present and showed con
siderable satisfaction at the victory of the
offspring of his noted horse, Persimmon. J.
H. Martin roae nsioi ana came in two
lengths behind the winner, while Jenkins
piloted Ard Patrick, who finished third,
three lengths away from J. K. Keene'a
Chiro. Mr. Keene's Kearsarae was also
among the runners. The betting was 4 to
1 agalnat Sceptre, 50 to 1 against Pistol
and 9 to 2 against Ard 'Patrick.
- Bceptrs Wins Risk Stake.
LONDON, April 80. Sceptre won tha 2,000
Sulneaa stake at the Newmarket races to
ay. Pistol waa second and Ard Patrick
third. Fourteen horses started.
LACEY HAS LEASING BILL
(Continued from First Page.)
occaalon. Bartlett Richards and several of
his associates contemplate remaining, in
Washington for soma time to come, hoping
to secure soms measure that will permit
stock growers to lease the public domain.
-Vernon Forbes of Dee Moines ia at the
Arlington. , '
Representative 'Stark's bill granting , a
pension of $24 to Orlffith Kvans -of Beatrice
waa reported favorably by the house com
mittee on invalid pensions today. In this
connection it la related that Evans' aon
who was sergeant, in Company C of - tha
Flrat Nebraska, waa the first member of
that regiment te die in the Philippines..
Bids for Flansrenn Improvements.
Bid's were opened today , by the commis
sioner, of Indian affaire for a water system,
employes' quarters, warehouse and work
shop for the Indian echool at Flandreau,
8. D. Bidders and amounts of their bids
follow: Water system, Symma-Pruex com
pany, Sioux Falls, 111,885. Allan Black
company, St. Paul, $12,932; W. D. Lovell,
Dea Moines, $9,312. Employes' quarters, O.
S. Redmon. Brltton, 8, D., $1,890; Oeorge
H. Jewett, Arlington, Neb., $3,330; U C.
Lowry, Dell Rapids. 8. D., $2,099. Laundry,
Q. B. Redmon, Brltton, $4,436; George
Jewett, Arlington, $4,700; L. C. Lowry. Dell
Rapids,. $4,637. Warehouse. Q. 8. Redmon,
Brltton.' $3,477; V C. Lowry, Dell Rapids,
$3,348. Workshop, O. 8. Redmon, Brltton,
$4,966; L. C. Lowry. Dell Rapids, $5,147.
- Two additional rural free delivery routes
will ba established July 1 at Diagonal,
Ringgold, county, la.; area covered, thirty
eight aquars miles; population, 784.
Mra. Bertha McCandleas of Winnebago,
Neb., waa today appointed teacher at tbs
Indian school, Red Lake, Minn.
Postmasters appointed: Nebraska Taylor,
Elate Perkins vice .W. F. Howard, re
signed. Iowa W. A Dillon, Ford, Warren
oounty; Daisy Bell, Hinsdale, Lea county.
W. D. Elrod of Omaha waa today appointed
Induatrial teacher in the Indian school at
Mrscslero, N. M.
Captain. Thomas 8wobs, quartermaster.
United States army, baa been granted- one
REPUBLIC IX CRAVE DANGER
Position of the " Dominican QoTsroment
Appears to Ee Verj Critical.
REVOLUTIONISTS CONTROL NORTH COAST
Lsrae Forces In the X trinity of
I olny and Santo llomtsao and
an Attack Is Ksnected
CATB HAYTIEN. Haytl, April 30. The
Dominican revolutionists are at present in
the vicinity of Cotuy and Santo Domingo,
which cities, it Is reported here, they con
template attacking tomorrow.
All the Clnao region, except Puerto Plata,
en the north -eoaat, is In the hands of the
revolutionists. Another uprising has broken
out in the south of the Dominican republic.
The position ot the Dominican government
appears la tie very critical. . - -
Telegraphic: communication by .land has
been cut bytttyp. revolutlonlsta and nes Is
difficult te obtain
. .Oenerali Navsrro, who was sent to re
inforce the government 'rones at Quayan
bun, Joined the Dominican revolutionists
and marched-on-.Monte Crltstl, whereupon
Governor Garcia abandoned the place and
took with him the Dominican . troops and
munitions of war to Puerto Plata.
-A revolutionary outbreak has also oc
curred at Sanchez, on the Bay of Samana..
A-battle was fought yesterday at Sosua.
The agent. thcsQ of the United Fruit eom
pany. an American concern, was obliged to
leave his heuse end with bis family take
rofugo on some rocks along the coast.. The
local governor has sent reinforcements to
Sosua. . , -i i - . .
CAFR ILVYTJEN'. Haytl., April 30. The
governor of Fuerlo Plata, San Domingo,
prevented the departure from tha. port for
Raman a of the Clyde line steamer Cherokee
(from New York, April 23, for Urklsh
island, Santo J)omlngo City and other
points). Its commander protested. It will
leave later for Santo Domingo direct The
Cherokee is an American vessel.
Vice President Vasquez Is at the head of
the revolution. ' '
It ia Approve by MaeArthnr and the
' '('nature of Aanlnaldo
DENVER, April 30 When General Fun
stones attention, was called to the declara
tion of General. MacArthur that he (Mac
Arthur) was responsible for methods used
In .the capture of Aguinaldo he said;
That is right. General MacArthur made
n similar statement srveral months ago.
This ia shnply a repetition of his former
utterance., when he sultl he wus respon
sible for the methods In the capture of
AKiilnaldo. ' I got up the plan and sub
mitted It to General MacArthur.. ' The
whole plan was .submitted to him and lie
endorsed It. Then the expedition was en
tered upon and carried out, resultlns: In
the capture of Agalnaldo. General Mac
Arthur is perfectly right in what he says.
Tiffany Are Divorced.
'JJEff'TOHfK', April 30. Annoiinocrnent
was made today tiwt Mrs. Marie H. Tif
fany had been granted an absolute divorce
from Perrv -Tiffany yesterday at River
head, L. I.
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Close cofintl'efnenrin ;''ttiJly ventilate!
offices, stores and ' workshops during the
winter . months,. .Jvts lowered ,tlie vitality ol
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Mr. George 8cbmidt, 20 West Third St,
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know It la BLOOD POISON.-v Send to DR.
BROWN. 9V Arch-at-rEhlladelphla, Pa.
for BROWN'S BLOOD CVRE.iU.00 per
bottle; lasts one month. Sold only by
Sherman at MoGonneat Drtuj- Co.. IStn and
Dodge 8ts,fOiaabe- .... .. v,. . .
Brown's Capsules' iySll
feav ! ;
. Va Bl V u""trai
of at a a a a s saambrsaae.
Psiatas. aat sot SaUtaji
fry .gasJ-or folaoooaa.
Sola ay lraKHIs '
sant in plain wr
M, or S boltlaa,
aeaaat aesa aa
NCRVI SieANS qtilokiy care
N crvuuinf-aa, all reauliauf aliuae,
falltni uTanhoort, drum, loaara.
Married men aad mas lnlnlln
tn m.ttv .iimi, trfkn a imi: aaion ininc reaullai
mail v.afe nn-ta anil -lMt INtVor rf atQTlT S 1.00 at
(barman MuCouucll. d,rMSsM ltb ssl bodes sts
Woodward A Burgess.
DICK FERRIS Presenta
Grace HAY WARD Co.
. Last TijUB TONIGHT ..
In KACKFl L VAU.Klf."
Friday, and Saturday' matinee
Saturday night, Sunday matinee and night
"HKAI'lMl IIIK WHIULW1SD."
Prlces-Mf.t., 10c, ?jc Nlgh,t, 10c. 25c, 0o, eOo.
MONDAY AND TLEfiDAY ' NET
ITlces: M!"to-11.60- , -
8 EATS ON SALE TOD- f
On .Wednesday and ' Thursday ' evenings
and Thursday afternoon, ' May 1 and S.
KATHHVN KlDDKH-.wllI appear In a
Brand revival of 'TIUS COUNTRY QIRL.
Stat aale will commence Saturday. May S.
On account of ttif inrare-' number' -of In
quiries, at .the box- uttlott appltcallons for
seats sent in before Ue. opening, of tha
sale w ill be tiled In' t,he ortler of 'their re-
ciiipr.-' ' ' ' . ' '
Matinees Wed., Sat., Sua., 3:15. Every
Rloe,. Jaja j, Kelly and. Dorothy
Kent, Esther Fee, , May De Sousa, La
Puppe, Hendrlz . f rescott.t Primrose
Mclatyre sod tbaKlisodrams't
- f - PrioesaLOev 2M 0e.
S1ATI.TK10 WlrjIV-lilo srnerSOo
Entire Week. JncluillOat Saturday Evening.
HIGH ROLLER BURLESQUERS
-Laughter from Start to Flulsh-
-Brlglit Btiri'snue !
-Evenlng Prices: 10c. 20c,
-FrUay Evenliiaf. AMAfltUK NIOUT
-hhioKb ir i- uin
HOT t Li.."
and 6Jd St.
Orchestral Concerts, Cvery Evening.
ABB mjm a ' B" "
Bend for descrlptlva Booklet.
W. JuHNSON QU'INN. Proprietor.
THE MILLARIV 1
FIRST aJimi CUISINE.
SUNDAY t -3S0 1. M. DINNER
la a special Millard feature.
J. E. MARKKL BON, Props.
C. H. Perplea. Manager.-'-' .
11. LvcuiK.t.V"t 0 g
I la l a aaa, VI
mJM Saacaataat- IS
KaaS kai la airtolara..
r W traraatt OaatoclaaL.
TaVt TMl bSMt Oslsl M
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