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HOXOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1912.
V, !! ;V; mr-
AT BECIttEY HQfllE
who will snare
few minutes of his
time to the photogra
pher of today wilLplease
liis entire family.
His portrait produced
by present day methods
of photography will be
an agreeable ; surprise-
it's done so quickly and
Make the appointment today.
An, old 0. A. R ieteran, tender of
t he Feather KiTer bridge Jiear Or
ville al,j fired , on a peaceful couplf
as. they crossed the bridge, evidently
believing hlmEelf back in war times.
Lieut Robert Lounsberry, -quartermaster
in 'the First cavalry at Fort
Yellowstone, Wyo., was thrown from
his horse and killed. He had been
married onlv three months.
With Her Majesty Former Queen
LiHuokalani the honored guest, and
nearly everyone who graces the
pases of Honolulu's "Who's Who" in
attendance, Mr. and Mrs. George C
; Beckley entertained Saturday night
iat their Beretania Street home at
: what was generally conceded to be
;1ht most gorgeous luau ever given in
J the city. One hundred and twenty
1 gat down to three long tables, laid
i in a pavilion especially built on the
llawn for the occasion, and to the
j music of two orchestras, a Hawaiian
'feast the. like of which has seldom
been tasted, wa3 enjoyed by all.
, The luau celebrated three happy
events; the: coming of age of the
hostcps, who,, had her eighteenth
birthday ' Saturday; the christening
of 3 her baby daughter, born three
weeks ago; the birthday of the host
a week, before.. With the triple in
centive to jollification it is no won
der that the dancers had the musi
cians working to the limit of their
endurance, and that the fun was kept
tip till long after midnight.
The - toast to the queen was fol
lowed by toasts of felicitation to the
Beckley family, Judge Wilder and
Chief Justice Robertson doing the
oratorical honors: :
,,The invited iguests included the fol-.
lowing:-' Her Majesty 'Queen Liliu
fkalanl. Prince an d Princess Kalania
paple. Princess Kawananakoa, Mr
and Mrs Robert: W. Shingle, Mr. and
Mrs.-; Walter ;V.Macfarrahe;r. Mr." arid
Mrs.1 Willfam Campbell; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Falke', Miss Helen-Gay,- Mr.
and Mrs. Dominis, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Lucas, ' Mrs. E. , K. , Freeth and
M lss Marjorie Freeth,; Miss Clara
Cumralngs Mr. , Slzity Mrs. Erminla
Pi Dargie Mr, and Mrs. .flagust Drei .
er, M rs. M ary Beckley, .', M iss Gay,
Miss Agnes Armour, Mr. ' and Mrs.
Holloway, Miss Maye .Biven, Mrs.
Sterling,' Mr. and i Mrs. Clarence
Cunha,- Mr. and -Mrs. Heydenricht,
Mrand Mrs. Hoffman, Mr, and Mrs.
p. S, Cunha, I Dr. and Mrs. '. Straub,
Mrs.., EngiishV". Mr,.and Mrs. Carl
i WIdemann, Mrs. ? Pesbody, . Mr. and
'.Mrs. Henriques, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
! Macfarlane, Miss Alice Macfarlane,
Mrs. Gussie Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Cartwright, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Taylor, Mrs. Montano, Mrs.
Bush, ifr. and Mrs. Louis Abraxas,
Mrs. ' Hilderbraud, Mrs. . Victoria
Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Jaeger, Mr.1 and
Mrs. A. N. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Rawlins, Judge and Mrs. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. B reckons, Miss Abie Buch
anan, Miss Edith William, Judge and
Mrs. Dole, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. McQuain,
Mrs. Foster, Mrs. S. G. King, Mrs.
Mary. Gunn. Mark. Robinson Father
Valentin, P. Deverill. Mr. Hertscbe,
Clarence Macfarlane, Judge Arthur
Wilder. Mr. Stockman, Guy ' Macfar
lane, Ernest Parker, James .Parker,
Colonel Sam Parker, Mr. Stlllman,
Mark Robinson, Jr., Robert McCor
riston, George McCorrlston, Mr. 9 ray,
Mr. Redington, Mr. Mclntyre, Mr
Mullendorf , . Mr. Howard Hedentanr,
Ed. Hedemann, Dr. " Ferdinand Hede
mann, Miss Juanita Beckley, Mr, and
Mrs. T. H. Petrie,.Mr.. and.,Mrsj; Ar
thur Wall, Miss . Belial Weight, Miss
Collals, Mr. and Mrs., Benj. Marx, Mrs.
J. Jaeger, Judge and Mrs, A. G. M.
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bf rt
leman, , Mrs., Julia Along, cMisa .M.
Afong, Mrs. M. Shingle, Mc and Mrs.
E. N. Campbell, Mr.. C. BvVVright,
Mr.t P- Howes, rMr. .Allen Herbert,
Mr. R. Perkins, Mr. and. Mrs. F, E,
Thompson;!' Mr. and Mrs. t Robinson,
Mr. Thiele, Mc B. Clark, Mrs. S. Dun
bar, -.Hire. C,. Robinson, . Mrs. , Paris,
Mr. Walter Kendall. : ...-; 1 -
BENEFIT DOLL SALE . . ; ;'
.. . -IS FINANCIAL SUCCESS
' i i ?.- - u 1 ' . ; 'i '
The 4oU sale whleh wa held, at) the
Royal Hawaiian Hotel, by the King's
Daughters; Saturday proved most sue
cessful, nearly all the dolls being qold,
but as -yet the organization is not able
to give the exact amount which result
ed from .the sale." There are, sUll 'a
few dolls Jeft, ana any persons wishing-
to purchase them may do so from
Mrs.." James VJBicknelL V. .-'-a - V- ' 7f
; Duke" Kahaliamoku,, the doll brlder
groom; jind Mary Ellen,' his bride, was
nurchased bv.r Mrs. : GeoTEe x Beckley,
and were among .the ; honored . gu$sts
at. her birthday . tuaxr Saturday night
Kill-1 10, J H
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(Conttnied from Pure I)
f skill and gallantry In numerous opera
.1 - a. ' fe - L
a high opinion of hl. merits as. a com
manding officer, and believe he will be
it'ind- equal to, any contcoasd which
mar be devolyed upon him. ? '
ux' - verT respecwuiiy,-v vv;.
' ' LLOYD WHEATON -
Brlg.-General, U. S. A.
Favorably endorsed, -El well S. Ot:s;
have made since the Major came to
Honolulu last January to take the
command at the beautiful fiost. !At
the time of his arrival th vwi Mai. General commanding.
seemed in perfect health ' and' often ' Headquarters First Division, 8th army
declared himself to be feeling per ! con. - - ' - ,
fectly well But the strain, of his ser-- MANILA, P. U Jaly 28. 1899.
ious attack ... of bronchitis. , coupled iTo :adjutanteneral, XL 8, Army,
with the- effects of an unusually hard Washington, D, C. U. S, A. .
experience in camoalznlne in! ihf Sirr It Is with great-pleasure that
Philippines, wore . him rfoviv within I recommend for appointment fotr
a few months of. his. cornice so that brigadier-general U A .John H
ne iost neaviiy in wejght and was." y nosmuswa jmauirji y,
unable .to rally his physical . forces v :! -' J': L" ' A '
during the last . few weeks. .- Major v CoL- W0" - beenSin- my
Whclley was a member of theboird omman 8i,n March 17th last. He
of strategy that laid out the blejnaV laiv wlth Nli rS16111- occupied the
euvers that are. to take place thtt n08t Tanced. - petition along my
month.- With .Major McClure and-ii!16 4114 fora me commanded; the
Captain Carter, he otanned Xe Brlgado r 6T tnj- division. Hii
problema . and was endeavoring I to 4 ITi 're Vben (faiUiTud,; -Odent
rally, his - strength so that he could ?nd V&fJV tfF?
uke nart in th mano,- v, favorable consideration bf the'dejart-
commands He neveTgave up fi 5rtfat-WjMt W aU
serad hfrwr1. ne wllT.be a credit to himsejan
nwn aft(r i iWn v Mntnit .. !.-' erv icb.
looni was almost! ceaseless During 'tfTSAnIi1 1
the toast-few" m,.rh lAr ,Major.3en..i..a,y, Commanding.. J
.t.:-t" .Vr r " P: i. a a result mhia'hleh service he
lire iHAi . . m. &
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AUGoods Must Go Watch btir Windows
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ONE LOT, LADIE WHITE WASHABLE SKIRTS ....
ONE LOT LADIES'. DRESS SKIRTSASSORTEO COLORS, ALL WOOL
ONE LOT READY-MADE 2PIECE SUITS
ON LOT LAD! ES H OUSE, WASH ABLE p RESSES . .
ON LOT 1.AD1EV ANCY HOSIERY; ALL, COLORS
ONE LOT LADIES' THOMPSON CORSETS
flNF 1 ftT I articc iiuneDUeera v .
ONE LOT LADIES'. UNDERVESTS :
ONE'LOT LADIES' SH'RT WAISTS
ONE LOT'LADIES' BLACK SATEEN
ONE LOT LADIES' SVYSATER VESTS, ALL WOOL .
ONE LOT LACES IN DIFFERENT VARIETIES
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S COLORED DRESSES
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S WINDSOR T!E.1
ONE LOT BOYS' WASHABLE SUITS -
-. ..50c SU IT
...... 35c EACH
..... 35c EACH
...... .10c YARD
hand of death cut short his
! . . . . .
was piauumg pose improvements andi
realized j that his , condition waal. ?r,MTO "LFh
ious , and; his .friends. Jn the erVce iJi tU
: : r-1. . j Corps) IndorsemehtrV .':Cbl6nl Whbli
ONE LOT MEN'S CLUB TIES ....1....... ....
ONE LOT, RIBBONS IN ALL SHADES 5c YARD
DNE LOT LAWNS AND-BATISTES, ASSORTED COLORS
ONE LOT NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS
ONE LOT DRESS GOODS REMNANTS AT LOW PRICES TO SUIT ALL
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S H. . W. UNDERWAISTS ....
Fort and Hotel Streets
vI-vi-"T.;.'r-" -7!" Morrane without tl
vuu.uff.mueuawanea io aiiow this Tnw-isoo , -I'i.v jrf i u. f naa ,kin
to be Hone. d.1Hn i,of W r ' U '.J 4
not ask. for It iZcale .1 "iiPi.
n iA fliitv J u- -t ' r rje-r recommenaea v;oionei wnpuey ior
porC"i , . s ,"
: . Major Wholiey A had
distinguished ,f. achievement. , both Hn i A
Linrf P -He made teer ce.pamesm. to;the;
having been yarned . Colonel tpf tfie . He was apppintad .Majonot ite VfiU
?hSii51, 'vS35l?Atr c Frederick' DtnO : k u,
Philippine participating - in WmeMtonjapU
Vlwr' "yYTwn r. uljr taArarytwat coiiege.Generai aranL'
c7vx--Vi V ir- ' . ' "s"5 Piacea tne Toiiowingjnaorsementr
State ahd one of the most popular iof-i
fleers in the-army. Previous to the
outbreak, of the war be, had been ari-t
;rRespectfullyJretttrnel .'4 td'jthe Ad
Jr tant General JJ :&,,Army,j Washing
uo, u. v. "japuun vvuoiiey uas Berv'
" 1 .Ti 5 .','t ill I t i .
rdrobs, ia con:-
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: Vcr all ,cccr.r:",
r end al rsys . " ' r
mm the , r r
; anccof. bcir.'f "
these se'r-j In v. r
7?ipii3) :valc; ;'al:o
' . '. 4 4.. 4. 4 y .i 4. ' V
pointed professor 6f -military sclenefe l oh ih :m;riA'if.1i!tUiii.:-n
and-taetlcs at the University of Wash. h. MH ,.inv.Mfhfl
StuV Ln- lhea;yWln8iltti.bI appilcatlott fcJrdetaiVtb the Army-
War College can be favorably XfontJD
i .- r ; .
4 ' ''"x i
The 'r Logan came alongside, Alakea
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wnari yesterday morning .ana prepar
ations, wets. 3tegnh ioi 'JoacUng boli-
slderable quanttty-? tofcoI Jintp A tie
. ; Officers and civilians alike enjoyed
a prolong lirtar ai Honolhiu and Sun
dayiwai giveji ovr?tojslghtseelngi hy
hundreds of military, now ea route to
the Par-Eastt - The1 Ijrigan brought 38
cabin, 12 second 'class , and 74 troop
passengers for thejjslandsv jj
The vessel arrived here with' every
available 3tateroop.Uie4 td the limit,
A number "of 'officers and their fami
lies' were turne'4'away lat the mement
of leaving; San Ffaneiscoi A ! large.
percentage ot tne passengers to .leave
iuc ;iiugau v nuuuiutu were' omevrs
who, hayeomdpjrn jhere, to jwltnes
ihe. maneuvers. ..'u :-a
' The troop 'passengera are In - 'the
main recruit forr the j First 'Field Jur,
tillery.y The list, lAClpdes 261r casuals
for the Philippines1. ' AsM usualiilahy
cnuaren are numoerea wixn tne xaom
passengers, ; .' .i,.,.. v.y.(f .,s
"Aviatloh In United Statejs'arihy clr
cles.: it vis declared;1 WU1 takd'orfffesh
tion takin an interest Jn 'eiiucaUonal
manere tnat 'he never, gave up V
r The f year- befqre coming: tQ , Hono
iulu hevspent; a ? the army, war col
legf; Washington, wheref he , graduat
ed inJune; ViSllj Throuehout" -hia
r loug-eryice ;bo has-been: popular fwilhr
ins-, men ana ms Dratneroiflcers luid
nis- death here' - occasioned: .deepest
woras or regret from, military circles
generally.,: ' ' r - , -c
The funeral Is to; take? place5 tomor
row arternoon at "3 o'clock from, the
hous 'and the body Will be sent to San
Francisco on' the;trangport that 'eaves
here 'early In November,; to be inter-
rea in Arlington cemetery iln
WasTiIngtonrrEre leaves. besides. Mrs.
Whclley,- a" daughter Misa iAlberta
. uvnicj, uui! ; Tiaiims ga. Koe : vOaSC,
and a youpgi pon John,iWholIeyv-wb6
uaa Deen attending Punahiju school.
Mrs. WWHey's plani are'not 'yet def
initely madVeui s j a - t"
Had Notable .'Record. fa 4
Major? Wholley was born In Saleini
Mass JanqarytliSSSy T
, He was j aipoinled ; from "Massachu
setts lo ithe: United States Milltarv
Academy in-'lSSSgracraated from tbe
Academy In 1890 and was appointed a
Second Lieutenant of Infantry, pro
moted to irst lieutenant in 1897. ? v
J pined-, the Fourth ; Infantry at . Spo
ka ne, cWash.1 ,Hls j services with "the
regiment-were Iff the States of Wash
ington and Idaho,; during which ' time
he iparticlpated in allUhe movements
of; the regiment, inclndlng.field service
at the time of the strikes lit the Cbeuf
d'Alene mines and the railroad strike
ia'1894. : . x . :;.,. cj-t'
?4 In September, .1894,"- Colj . Wholley
was detailed as:U. S. recruiting officer-
stationed at Seattle. In 11896: he was J
trrr impetus in. th jf ar-away PhUippines,
Washington, and was later- instructor
Coroner S Charles . 'Rose -will s. ' take
testimony today.y concerning the; . ac-4
cidental' fall and; death of a' Japan
ese worftan 'named VChi jfo Kukanasa,
Iwho:J;alIeged to have allshted-froia
iRapld, Transitf car ' No, .48- yesterday
f afternobp, ,wjth Hhef result tl-at: th6
vtopzoj was taken, jto. queen's j Hospi
tal isttf ferine from - a brdken back.
The Japanese died ' bome hours,4 later
and he l reniains - were conveyed f to
the morgue, wnere an autopsy.-was
nerformed by Dr;iEltaerson : :i
7 nZV la1 claimed that the woman push-
ed- he..button' that rang the bell call
ing foi the stopping' of the car at the
iaet'.crbsslng.'f The stement was
raade'inat- ac fne ime tn,e ,oea wa3
sounded : the Japanese gathered u a
ttvi parcels and stepping from tho
footboard f leaped to the ground while
the car'was moving at 'a. rapid rate of
tpeed.- "-k 1 V
kTle pmapi ls said tQ. be about
lrty-five . yeara bl age: and unmar
ried ii. 4;Y.i f.l ,vf '-riliril
i r H i in a '
of: civil engineering and mathematics
at:; the same: university. He was ajv
pointed by Gov. John R. Rogers Colo
re 1 of the First-Washington Volun
teers his commission v- dating from
April 23, 1898. .The regiment was sent
after muster to the department 6f Calf-
fornia and remained there until Octo
ber 1898. when it was se'nt to the Phil
ippine islands, arrivlne ihere in the
month of November. He remained In
command of the regiment until "April,
1.SP9, when he was Dlaced temporarily
hi command of.the First brigade. First
.Division. 8th army come, and. again as-
fumed command of the regiment in
June," 1899 participating in all the en
gagements in which the regiment was
er gaged. As brigade commander he
commanded the attack on Cainta. Tay
tayand Morong, June 4th . and. 5th,
19. .'- -
For the faithful and meritorious ser
vices " he was - recommended , for pro
motion to a brigadier-generalship. Fol
lowing are letters- from .his brigade,
end division commanders:
SAN FERNANDO, P. I. (
July 28, 1899.
To the .adjutant general, U.. S. A.
Washington D. C.
Sirr Col John-. H.- Wholley, First
Washington Volunteers, Infantry, was
with his regiment in my command
from March 1st to, March, 20, 1899.
Logan, 'ncwat -Honolulu7 and' to' sail
for, Manila at 4r of clock this afternoon.
in uie uoiu di mo iroopsuip aoa cou
signed to the ' quartermaster depart
ment in the PhHlppineacare -one -or
more modern, , finely-equipped aero-,
planes:- ' Altrand taw, Wright machine
has .proved an object of more than
passlng.lnterest ;to the few "military
passengers who are accompanying, the
flying machine on : the r, long voyage
from the -mainland to Uncle Sam's
possessions. -i' "' i;- h :.
The machine represents the newest
dealgn from th Workshops of "the
Wrights.. : It is ; fitted with a - double
control and has a motor , capable 4 of
developing- 65-horsepower. '-
The prediction was made on (board
the troopship that , there would soon
follow the arrival of the machine
some exciting flights; at the. Fort Mc
? r.: : . . m V . :
, .The latest Alfred Holt, or Blue Fun
nel freighter, is also to be the larg
est, according - i to advices received
along the ; west coast of the r United
States 'with the' arrival of the steanv
ship Titan. The craft will be twehty
tat lrnp-tr than mt ithpr TWWfll .In
the big fleet. Including the Ixion, and ,1011 8 lde 016
will: be fortTj feet longer than the,
Talthyblus, the largest steamer of the
line erver". calling at Vancouver. 1 The
.-LOCAL AND. GENERAL, ;
. Kim; Shoon. .un alleged by -the po
lice, as a vagrant Is under InfestigaiTon
hv thft'nolice. .
f A grits' flr on .Paciflc Jieigh.tsrs-j
A , .A . ' . V .1 J V 4 AT .a.m44am I
leraayaiipruooa caueu uui wyiiiuu
of the" fire department, f The. wagons
made a'quick run to the hill' residen
tial district j m-Jt is-MA )
. The United States army transport
Dlx Irom Manila by the' wayf 6f Naga
saki,, Japan with evert iflv thousand
tons 'C6arf0t ,dJscbarge here is due1; to
jirrive thU'4tterno6n.-''i iie Japanese
coal is consigned, to the 'local quartern
master aepanmen w r r - j
a n n
. V--. ' " " ' .
3 ; 1t t -.wus ; all: Zzr r :
3 fault,", ruefully? d?clarcl ' J
8 Wilder' thi3 njornirT.
J5pthe; Rrrvb!'cl3; r-ci'- i r
tJurday Klih't ar.J 'Jorh.Gei. I
St He n told r.: yulz zl - V. ;
S ,Cf.or29wou!l b:i?; e-i .;
H'to inake my excu?3 at th'l
nieyIuay '--'' r
n,.-So, at the Jim .jrr'.yen r
tS. machine., and wnt
t5. Lesan fi"ia3jue:L::r.j t1. ;
tt and.he'aaswsre'Jr rr.3 i i".
.style.'itn' at last.'Prlnc? c
H gcvt' sore 'ttina cnl cc:.u.
H to demand. fair, r'-7.
"Alter. the "ueetl:; I rv
8 prince and a-::J hiu -. t
tS the matter- ;with him ." :
tJ know ;thatSam; Parker f.t
mHP ;toi bother!: -.'Davii f-.
3 1 j n n u i tJ t ' ,j i .
" ' x- .
r OF HIS VALUALLH C.;..
Fred Turriil, llcenr? nr.!.
lector;" pTofessfonal corczar'i J..
and well known poultry fare: ,
on the warpath thi3 morning
the"" alleged destroyer of a rzl
.ccordinar . to Turriil, - a Jr
driving an auto at a faat and f:
rate. through the, broad ,aven:
Kalmuki, bowled alons In tlia r
j it SHIPPING , NOTES;'
Jnterlsland Steamer Movements: v ? V'
? The KInaufrom Kauai .ports is" be-"
ing discharged 6r2980'iackssugar and
108 packages sundries prepara'-pry to
sailing f6r the Garden. Jsland at fiv,e
o'clock tomorrowv' itfejTHwa.Tbe Ve-
sel met' with, fljje weather and smooth
seas on jthe "homeward voyage.; '
i'The steamer' wikahala-was la Sun
day arrival bringing-,wid$ Variety of
product from, the islands of Molokal,
MauTand XanaL J The steamer Return
ed with a fair list of 'cabin- and -deck
passengers.r Tne anKanaia-is. iaiea
for departure for? the-regular sports ot
call at five o'clock tomorrow evening.
Island Shlpplnd. ' : V-l'ty'
n According: to treporta received; from
pursers, in. the InterislaUd steamers
the bark Albert Is discharging lumber i
at Kaanapall and, Is expected Will .h? i
ready, to sail for the, coast on or.abouf
borhoqd; of. j the Turriil Zztii - z
cbickeh, farm withfthe result tt -fourboted
' -guardian V-' cf ' tl.3 ; .
IJock .was ;cacslt ;Wder:' -tis v. ;
of the chariot of destruction"
there j was-'no recourse- left - tl j ..
owner save the holding ci e2 lz
As Turriil Is famiiiar with tt?
ties of coronera 'jurymim,, t3 z . .
sadly.-; and -.alone-. In .jthaV c;.: -
Later in the day he appeared r ,
lice ; stati6n and ' demanded a J.
than- Doe . warraat for :th Jpr -who
f. Is alleged M have cut cfr
existence of his valued oanlae in -youth
and't usefulness?; .t-- ..- " ,
t The: British 1 isteamship Vennacbar,
which arrived at the islands some
Weeks ' iaga with a - full Shipment of
Australian coal la about through, work
at Port Allen, and should sail for the
coast the first part of this weefe
Barkentlne Griffith with Larober.
Lumber to" the amount of 660,000
feet has arrived attheport 4n'.tlie
American barkenfine J.i M.t Griffith,
seventeen days from Fort Bragg. The
vessel, appeared oTport at an early
hour this morning and Dy noon wac
given: a year o:j: m .
i i-'H-J iln ) r...;.-r.-i5,; -y,
. J. , W.? Neber, ' an - aged $ man, t. '
claimed that' he had lived in the 1
an da for. many; years', faced a scr:
charge: brought by a little six-yc
eld girl this morning. , . " 1 .
' Judge Larnaclv' and the prosecct! -offlcers
heard . testimonr - of -a r. -revolting
character, at the heart: j c :
the case in police court, ? . v
The claim was made that tha c: I
reprobated failed ' to. accomplish 11
purposes but . nevertheless the act cl
the unnatural person was . such it z.
the nlagistrate helieved himself Justi
fied 'in; 'placing 'Neher behind theLr.
for. one- year. v..- ., '; 0 . -.: t.- : '
' The; parents of 'the child were pres
ent: during the; trials -
; In 'th district court this afteracca
judgment was 'entered 'against IL II.
Ay res for .1233 on a promissory, ret?
In favor bf ' Z. A. Upyle, r, guardian .
Ayres did not show up in court.
? The Springfield ' r Impress of ti
New f"ork;" New; Haven' & Hartlcra
road was recked near We3tcrt,
Connvt: Nine people were killed, tire o
of ., them women- returning . trca . i
faneraL . V ; . :- .
Inasmuch as. the ;Glidden" autcr.o
bile tour haslbeen postponed for ttli
year, Charles! Gil dden has invited c:i
automobile--J ownersto, go 'over tl
newisteamer will be 555 feet long and 'P!vn-?iaftP- Sitrnn hr?c : Tav
will . have a capacity-of 18,000 tons of . Star-Bulletin or Advertiser office. I route originally; planned from Detrcl;
fHe commanded . his regiment wtth freight. ' - .' ' ' . . '.: " : - Reward. ; ; - : 5366-5tlto Nev T?eaM,X f r i .
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