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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, , OCT. 14, 1912.
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iUUHUCUUd LUAU j
AT BECKLEY HOME.
THE business man
who will spare a
few minutes of his
time to the photogra
pher of today will please
his 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 G. A. It. veteran, tender of
the Feather Hive, bridge near OrPtj
viile, Cal., .fired on "a peaceful couple
an they crossed tne image, evmenuy
believing bimBelf- back4 in war times
i nut WnhPrt i.iinsberrvauaner- oterjJUK, air. uuu mis. ; vucuw
7,atr m the First caval rv - at Fort Cunha, Mr. and Mrs. HeydenricHt
viinurctrtn'o Wvn.: uftj thrown from' Mr. and Mrs. -Hoffman,? Mr. and Mrs.
his horse and Killed. He had been C S;! Cunha, Dr: and Mrs. Straub,
married only three months. - Mrs. ' English. - ' Mr. "and Mrs. Carl
With Her Majesty Former Queen
Liliuokalani the honored guest, and
nearly everyone who graces the
'uagfc of Honolulu's "Who's Who" in
j attendance, Mr. and Mrs. George C
s ficckley entertained Saturday night
at their Beretania Street home at
wnai was geneicuiy cuncwieu to oe
the moat gorgeous luau ever given in
the city. One hundred and twenty
sat down to three long tables,- laid
I in a pavilion especially built on; the
i lawn for the occasion, and to the
music of two orchestras, a Hawaiian
feast the like of which has seldom
been tasted, wa3 enjbyed by all
The luau celebrated three happy
i events; the coming of' age of the
hostess, who "had her eighteenth
birthday Saturday; the christening
of her baby daughter, born three
weeks ago; the birthday of the host
I a week before. With the triple in
jeentive to Jollification it is no won
der that the dancers naa the must
ciars working to the limit of their
endurance, and that the fun was kept
up 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
The invited guests included the fol
lowing: -Her Majesty Queen- Liliuo
kalani, . Prince and Princess . Kalania
naolr, Princess Kawananakoa, Mr
an Mrs. Robert W. Shingle, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter . Macfarlane,! Mr. and
Mrs. William Campbell; Mrv and Mrs.
Charles Falke, Miss Helen. Gay Mr.
and Mrs. Dominia, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Lucas, Mrs. E. K. Freeth add
Miss Marjorie Freeth, ' Miss Clara
Cummings, Mr. Sizit Mrs;-- Ermlnla
P. Dargie; Mr. and :Mrs. August Drei
er; Mrs; k Mary Beckjey; Miss Gar,
Miss Agnes Armour,' Mr. and Mrs.
Holloway, Miss - Maye Blven, " Mrs.
wldemann4Mrs- Peabody... Mr. and
Mrs." Henriques. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Macfarlane; Miss Alice Macfarlane,
Mrs Gussie Schmidt, . Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Cartwrlght, Jr., Mr. and Ip.
A.. P. Taylor, Mrs. Montano, Mrs
Bush, Mr. and-Mrs. -Louis Abrams,
Mrs. Hilderbrand, Mrs. Victoria
Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Jaeger, Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Rawlins, Judge and Mrs. Davis, Mr.
and- Mrs. Breckonft. 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. Hertsche,
Clarence Macf arlaney J iidge .Arthur
Wilder. Mr. Stockman. Gny Macfar
lane, Ernest Parker, James 'Parker,
Colonel Sam Parker, Mr: StiUman,
Mark' Robinson, Jr., Robert McCor
riston. George McCorriston, Mr. Gray,
Mr. .Redington, Mr; Mclntyre, - Mr
Mnllendorfi- Mi; Howard VHedemanc,
Ed. Hedemann, Dr. Ferdinand Hede
mann. Miss Juanita BecSley. Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Petrle, Mr. and'Mrs. Ar
thur Wall, M13S Bella Weight, Miss
Collais, Mr. and Mrs. BenJ. Marx1. Mrs.
J. Jaeger, Judge- and Mrs; A. G. M.
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Henir Bert
leman, Mrs. Julia ATong, Miss M.
Afong, Mrs. M. Shingle, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Nr Campbell, Mr. ' C. D Wright,
Mr. F. Howes, Mr. Allen Herbert,
Mr. R. Perkins, Mr. ; and Mrs. F. E.
Thompson, Mr. and - Mrs. Robinson,
Mr. ThTele, Mr." B. Clark,' Mrs. S. Dun
bar, Mrs.- C. Robinson, Mrs. Paris,!
Mr. Walter Kendall.
(ConUnatd frucvPars 1.
skill and, gallantry 1 jiameroua. cpera
i Ucns agalnsjtr the. cnemyr and;, Ithaye
fa high opinion of his 'merits as Vcom-
manding-oOcer, and, believe he wHf be
found; eqiatc anrr commaml which
max be devolved upoa hlnu i t rt
a. r . ft. Very respectfully. Vt b
f -h LLOYD WHEATO?."'
Brig.-General. tT. S. A.
. Favorably endorsed.: Elwell S. OtTs,
have made since the Major came to
Honolulu last January to take the
command at the beautiful nost At
the time of his arrival 'the - Major ilai- General commanding.
seemed in perfect health and often Headquarters First DiriJlon, Sth army
declared himself to be feeling per 1 corP.
fectly well. But the strain of hisser-' MANILA, P. L. July 28. 1S99.
ious attack of bronchitis coupled iTo thc" adJuUnt-general,. U. S, Army,
with the effects' of an unusually hard 1 Washington. D. C, U. S. A.
experience in campaigning fn tnr Sin It is: with great pleasure that
Philippines, wore him down wltnin '1 recommend for-appointment for
a few months of his coming so that Sdier-general, U. S. A John H.
he lost heavily in weIr Md-w?Wholleyi 1st Washington Infantry,
unable to rally his physical forces i8. m " v V "'
during the last few weeks Major1 CoL " Wbolley has been in my
Whclley was a member of the boar rtnnnutf March 17tb last He
of strategy, that laid out the bi tna fcas wIth ' biff regiment; occupied the
euvers mat are to take, place tbisV J,v : v
month.- Ith Major MrCtnr. anrf
Captain Carter, he planned, the war
line, and for a- time commanded" the
First Brigade of ; my division. KU
services have been; faithful, efleient
problems and was endeavoring waw;:iMwiHu,wHni
th an th i v.,t.i ana meritorious ana i ssk ior nim, xae
rally his strength so that he could
take part In the maneuvers with bit
favorable consideration' of the depart
. m A. A. A. A- A
command. He nr rueni, sieeim, w)unaenaat-ir ne ai-
termination to continue
service and his- work, at-
even aner Deing confined to. his.
i com,1 was i almost ceaseless. ;Durin
BENEFIT DOLL- SALE
IS FINANCIAL SUCCESS
The doll saVe whiclCvas beld at JLhe
Royal Hawaiian' Hotel, by the King's
Daughters Saturday proved most sue
cessf ul, nearly all the dolls being sod,
but as yet the organization Is nut able
to give the exact amount which resuW
ed fronv the sale. There 1 are stlU 'a
fewJ dolls left,- and any persons wish
ing to purchase them may dbr so from
Mrs. James Bieknell.v? " "
MDuke?Kahanamoku, the doll bride
groom, and Mary Ellen, bis bride, was
purchased by Mrsvf George Beckley,
and' were among the honored' guests
at ber birthday luau Saturday .night
' Star-BalleUB Ad are Beit BusI Besf
.v. . .
ONE LOT LADIES WHITE WASHABLE SKIRTS 75c EACH
ONE LOT. LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS, ASSORTED. COLORS, ALL WOOL .$t.95 EACH
ONE LOT READY-MADE 2-PIECE SUITS 506 SU,T'
ONE LOT LADIES' HOUSE WASHABLE DRESSES $t.25 EACH"
ONE LOT LADIES' FANCY HOSIERY, ALL COLORS 25c PAIR
ONE LOT LADIES THOMPSON CORSETS" ...'.. 25c EACH
ONE LOT, LADIES'- UNDER VESTS
ONE LOT LADIES SHIRT' WAtSTS
ONE LOT LADIES' BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS
ONE LOT LADIES' SWSATER--VESTS, ALL WOOL
ONE LOT LACES IN DIFFERENT VARIETIES
ONEXOT CHILDREN'S COLORED DRESSES
ONE. LOT. CHILDREN'S WINDSOR TIES. , 10c EACH
ONE LOT BOYS WASHABLE SUITS 75e SUIT
ONE LOT MEN'S CLUB TIES -fOc EACH
yj- (Sg4. -K FKDi GRANTS
ONE LOT RIBBONS' IN ALL SHADES
ONE 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 HbtelStreets
in tft 12108 the promoUon he deslreiahat
1 credit to hlmselTand the
J,' service ,.--?4.' ? .
r ' ,, . : t H. W.LAWTON, -
hand of deafh 1 S?aSl2 Z T?1?!' J?-
was planning pow ImproTement, and f,, X"2ir f IS' M
were golnff-to aafc that he be-ratlr'if.w'T J
L5 V?1; tlirgtishetr .Mttf the' captnre of
Tint oalr fnr If J m i. Wiuu u vvueav
bifnm in'hi ViJLT vlV," Brigadier General of yolunteers , with
before in- his services been oh '8lck;rf : fnerat 0tls. (commanding: Flrat
HiriiW Whiw ' trpshinurtementr :CoIbne!-Wholi
t(St:mmfJSTJi-a; leVservicelsheuiarenUtl hlm to rec
time, la the military service', of-his oeT,itjnn'. , . , v .:
distrngtilshedr achlerement;1 both ' In) a o-.n ,ai.' w. -i-i...,.
' 1 "f4 tee' officer, xamea ro. sent, to , th.
having ' been-named Coloner- of ithel ra .i iif4 , io
2?ltJV? f w T61710 Ro5 ' Volunteer. Infantry; froitf No vera J
"1 a0? Washington H(J bet 1899 to JulS 19dl, and; as Bucb con
.frh'S?7 Srn asi manded i .the, 5ulDistrIct.of Guagua,
SfSfci!? antre0? thofFrcderlcktlX Grants )
im1011511 ' On appUcaUoniof:CapUiniJobn,H.
Sf60111 otonlmAtany-,War College General: Grant,
LJ, t r:B,8 regll Commanding Jiepartment of the- Lakes,
meati- buti.hls- own? braVery ana' Chicago,. nitaois.V March . 2Ll IMO,
emciency.vHei was :tbef idol : of the -pbtceti; the foUbwlhfr lndor8ete3ntr '-i.
7,TZ T X - ot ine os popular orf "Respectfully 'returned I ta thenAd-
C "11,-;r8OU8 w ine 3ant General U. Army. Washing
JJf Jfhe he had been api ttm rx ' CT CaptaiaAWbbller -naa serv-
.T rTIT' w.Tnimary- science edi wlthf me-lir thei fleldtanct ;lngarrli
ana-tactics at-the;UnIversity of WashiUnn r hVft ,ta htm t . Aei.
'erTu00;.r the de-cient offiteer andM would.' be 'slad If
f, T tbT,ihtsl vtaatltwi bis !appllcaaontd0Uli:ttfth Army;
1 J? taklnatf ihteresC in edncatfonal . War. Coll.egencaa, be.favrablycoBs
uaiiuiTriUMr e never are p. jered;
- jl oe yeam Denncominjr tw Host
lulUr- he ;8pent?; ati thex- arnry war8 coli
lege -.:Washlngton; where- he graduat
ed -lit, June, i911.- ; Throughout1 his
lougservlce' he har been popnlar with
his- men and bis' brother officers and
his '-.death--- here occaslbned-ideebest
words of regret from mllitaryf circles
I generally v :,;,... t . ..
Thei funeral. ;ia to laker place tbmor-
row afternoon iatr 3 o'clockr from -5thw
pons and . tbe body will be sent to San
Franciscc on:: the-transport' that leaves
b here early inr Norember; ' to b inter
red in Arlingboif .s cemetery- iij
Washiflgtonr He leaves, besides Jlrsi
Whclley,, a daughters Mls.- Alberta
Wholley, t now vlaltlng om the? Coast;
and a young- sori JobnWhblIey;whD
has been attending Punahou schoolj
Mrs. Wbolley-'s -plans are not yet def
initely imadevTir -M'
Hadf Notable Record. " h .? .
Major Wholley -was torn in Salem,t
Atass January 13r18C8
I He was appointed from Massachu
setts': to tbe United S States Military;
Academy lnlS85; graduated from the;
Academy in 1890 and was appointed a
Second Lieutenant" of Infantry, p
moted to first lieutenant In-1897..
Joined the Fdurth'Jnfaatry. atSpo-'
kane; Wash. His services with the
"regiment were in the; States of Wash
ington and Idaho,; during which.- tlmei
h e participated- In: all the mo vement1
jof the regiment. Including field, service,
at the time of the strikes in the-Coear
d'Alene mines and the railroad strike:
in. 1894." .. , ...
V In September. 1894,. Col.- Wholley
was detailed as U. S. recruiting-officer,
stationed at Seattle. In 1896 he was
appdlhted, by the: secretary of : war, !
professor of military, solencej am!
.tactics at the University,. State of
Washington, and was- later instructor
of civil engineering, and mathematics
at vtbe same university He was- ap
pointed by Gov;. John R. Rcgera colo
re; of the First Washington Volun
teers, his commission dating from
April 23, 1898. The regiment -was sent
after muster to the department of Cali
fornia and remained there until Octo
ber 1898, when it was sent to. the Phil
ippine islands, arriviner there in the
month of November. He remained in
1 command of the regiment until April,
T13P9; when he was nlaced temporarily
In command of the First brigade. First
r a i rn : Kth .rmv nrnt.- null ncnin no.
sn'med command of the' regiment iu
June, 1899, participating in all the en-
ligagements in which the regiment was
commanded the attack on Cainta. Tay
tay and Morong, June 4th and 5th,
. . For the faithful and meritorious ser
vices he was recommended- for pro
motion to a brigadier-generalship. Pol-
lowing are letters from his brigade
and division commanders: 1
SAN-FERNANDO, P. I.
July 28, 1899.
To the adjutant general, U. S. A.
Washington Df C
, Sir: Col John H. Wholley, . First
Washington Volunteers, Infantry, was
with his regiment in my command
from March 1st to March 20, 1899
-B K . I JBL.
111' I xhi', :0;Vh;
1 r : :' f - ;7- ..;! -:-.Sf'. .
li The ' Logan ; came s alongsld e ' Alakea
wharf yesterday-mornlBg; andcprepar
ations- were V begun: for loading , a con-
smeraDie quantity or coal into , tne
transport"fbtonk6rs. : ,
j Ofhcerff andciValfansallklBnjoyed
a.. proiqng' r&Y at' Honolulu,, smd' Son
day was given' over ; to. sightseeing, by
hundreds" of -mflltarynow erf route to
the FarviEasL .The Logan ; brought S8
cabin, 12 second class and 74 troop
passengers for the Islands. '.
The vessel arrlvetTeTe'w4tuievefy
available, stateroom taxed to the limit
A" numberof officers and their fami
lies were jtocned away at the moment
of leaving .San . Francisco. -A-;, large
percentagef : the ' passengers ;ta leave
ther' Lpgan; at ? HohoLnlu were officers
who. have-come down here to witness
.: fThei troops passenger aret ia the
main xecxuitSf for. therst Field -Ar.
tlllery. The- list includes' 261'casuals
for- th-Philippines As is usual,' many
children, are numbereL wlththe.. cajbln
passehgersn ; - . .. , ; , -' ,
.' Aviation lnUnhed States- army clr-
cles, It is declared; wjll take-oar fresh
impetus in the far-away Philippines,
: witlr-the arrival of the armytransport
Logan,-, now- at Honolulu and to sail
for Manila at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
lir the-hold-of the troopship and' con
signed to the quartermaster depart
ment in the Philippines. are, one. or
more modern, finely-equipped aero
planesv A-brand'new" Wright machine
has provad an object of more than
passing - interest to the - few : military
passengers' who are accompanying the
frying machine on T the . long voyage
from- the mainland to -Uncle Sam's
possessions. , ; ;
The machine represents the newest,
design from the-workshops of the
Wrights.. It is fitted with a double'
cbntrol ahd has a motor capable of
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
FTTiHERE is no
. fabric mors
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.... i the -popular
and - much-v,cr. ".zl
N t gentlemen':;
wsrdrob c ia com
plete , witH cut r.
suit 'i oil this fabric.
They arc 1 suitcb! z
for v all Qcczzlcn:,
and'altvaysj Xivz z
iiieiT tthc r a. --"
ancc of brjnj v, li
dressed. c z'i o .
these? scr.: j in -iousj
. - t J M ' 1 1 " ' J , r i 1
Coron, Charles .'Rosfe : will r take
testimony ; today- concerning the ac
cidental fair and ; death of -a -Japanese
woman ' named, Chlyo Kukunagm
who is alleged to have alighted, from
Rapid "Transit: car: Naft 48? yesterday
afternoon) with the-rresult tiiat. the
woman. was taken to Queen's Hospi
tal T suffering from", a . broken back,
The JapaaesedredisQmeiTiours ;later
audi ? the remains were conveyed; .to
the morguef where vanautop3r was
performed by .Dr.-jinersoaj ' '
It Is- claimed that the woman push
ed the button that rang the bell call
ing5 for the4 stopping of the? car at ths
next cros8lngv . The . statement was
made that at the time the bell' was
60unded the1 Japanese gathered; : up a
few Jparcehi :andf'; stepping from tho
footboard leaped, to the ground Awhile
the car-was-' mo? Ing at -a rapid ratef of
speed. ;'i-f t --s,f -t;' " -:' ' y":
, .The '. woman - Is ; ' said- to be? about
thlrty-flve years'1- of age anl unmar-rledr'-':
,r : .-.r'i
FAHKEiT G T V. 4 L. .
- TO BADGEH D.
... " 1
8 n :: :: : :
' -;: ; . "
8-; "It vwas air San Tar:
fault," ruerully declared J.
tt ' "Sacr asked ne'to cn di-.v::
(8 the Republican-tneetir cn r
-- urday night aad-jcsli'Cto.
8: He ; tt!d- me- about the t:
8jGeorge would be up,. and c't :
8 to-make my excuse at tLe L..
8 ley' luaq.
8 : rSo at the time given I get Ir
8 a machine"- and1 ; w en t da v -.
8 began flrics' q-uesUca at E
8 and he answered -ma in r'
8 style, until at last Prise 3 C.
8'got sor9:atnle;End. coz:.
8 to demand-fair, play. .
8." "After the -meetlss T saw t
8 prince and asked hira wl:t
8 the matter .with .hlra dlr.t :
8 know' that Sim Park e r f -: :
8rup- to bothering-. Dav!i f:r
8' lark!" ' . :v .
V f ....-
-LOCAL- AIJDv GENERAL
Kim Sboon Kuh alleged by the p
lice as st vagrant is under Inf estigacTon
bf the,pelice '
'A' grass- flr on? Pacific, ilelgbts yes
terday afternoon called out a portion
Mhe fire department ;The wagons
made a qulc run to tne nni resicen
tial' district .".-1 'tt
- The United SUtes army, transport
Dlx-from Manila by the-way of Naga
saki, Japan' with qver five t thousand
tons coal for discharge hee'Ia due' to
arrive this afternoon. VhevJapftnese
coal is consigned to the local quarter
master oepartmew. . , . f
i . -r.' ' " ' "'
I SHIPPING- NOTS-
I nteritla nd Steamer. M ovem ents.
The KinSH- from Kauat portiK i be
far discharged of 2S8ft saess sugar.antt
108 packages sundries preparatory to
iusi packages Buuuries yieyniiiw ;uiiiiipit, i, vrn n
sailing forthei Garden israhrf1 at' firefUlVLli A TtAH Uu
. The latest Alfred Holt, or Blue Fun
nel freighter, is- also- to be the larg
est, according to advices - received
along the west coast of the United
States with the arrival of the steam
ship Titan. The craft will be twenty
ft lnnr than nn v nthpr vpsrp! in
the big fleet, including the IxfonV and. aJ,n sIde wharf.
wilL. be forty feet longer ! than the
Talthybius,T the largest steamer of the
line ever, calling" at Vancouver; The
o'clock! tomorrow? afternoons The ves
sel met with' flneweather and smooth
seas sott' jthe" homeward voyage. .
-The ; steamer wikahaia-; was: a Sun
day arrival bringing a wide-variety of
product from tne isianas ot ; Moioaar,
Maol' and-'Lana!.' The steamer retnra
ed with a fair list of .cabin and deck
passengers. The Mikabala is. slated
for departure for the regular porta of
call at five o'clock tomorrow evening
Island Shipping: f t . V ,
According to reports received from
TURniLLs SEEKS DECT" " V
1 Fred;. TurrlU license.' aM't-.-.
lector professional corcier"a J u : , .
and well known poultry fancier, -on
the warpath thi3 morning se-."
the-allegeddestroyer of a valu
rbull punxT . ... : , f.
According to; Turrill, a Ja-r.
driving an auto at a fastand fur! .
rate through the broad avenue 3
Kalmuki, bowled along in tha n :
borhood of the -; Turrill Estates r
chicken farm with the result ttii i
four-footed f guardian of ; the p : :
flock was caught undar the - vrt :
of1 the- ''chariot of destruction," .
there was no recourse left th3 I:.
owner save the holding of an In; :
As Turrill Is familiar ' .with ' tt 3 c
ties of. coroner's Juryman ta :r.
sadly, and alone . in that - car
Later la-the1 day: he 'appeared' ll :
Hce station and demanded : a Jcl
than Doe warrant for the! Jap ?-:
who Is alleged to i have? : cut cil t
existence of his-valued, canine- In :
youth and usefulness.' ;;.
' X' W. Neber, an aged man. .. wl
claimed ' thathe had lived in the L
anda f or . many years., faced- seric -
rcharge brought by a little six-ye:
eld girt this morning.- f
" Judge-Larnach' and the,; prosecot!.
officers heard testimony of a cc .
revolting" chafacterr at -the hearing c :
the case in police court ;
The claim was. made that the a '.
reprobate ' failed r- to ; accomplish 1
purpose,; but, nevertheless the act
pursers in' ithe Interisland steamersXth unnatural person was such tl
theibark Albert Is discharging lumber
at Kaanapali and . is expected will r.
ready to sail for the coast on or about
October. 23rd. . ' .: - r;-'--'
i Tne British.: steamship , Vennachar,
which arrived' at the Islands"- -some
.weeks ago with a. foil ; shipment of.
Australian oal is about through work
af Port Allen, and should sail for" trie
coast- the . firsC part of this week. -
BarkenOiie OrifTIth wlth'-Inmber.
Lumber to thetamount of ,660,000
feet has arrived . at. the Jjott, in. Tae
American-barkentlne' Jf M4' Griffith,
seventeen days from Fort Bragg. .The
yessel appeared off por.t at an early
henrr this morning and nr- hoonwac
the magistrate' believed himself 5t
fled In placing. Neber behind - the bir:s
for "one" year. .' 1 v;: . ; . ,'
:; The parents- of ther child werr present-
during the- trfaL,' ' : ..
new steamer will be 555 feet longand .Eye-glasses, Sureuon . bridge.- Leave
will have a capacity of 18,000 tons of star-Bulletin or Advertiser office.
He commanded his" regiment with freight 1 " ' . Reward. ' 6366-51
: In" the'dlstrict court this afternoon.
Judgment was entered 'against IL IT.
Ayres for' $238 on a promissory -net a
in' favor -of J. AJ Doyle, guardians
Ayres did not show up in court
' The Springfield;. Express of the
New YorkVi New Haven k Hartf or I
road; was? t wrecked near - Westpcrt,
Conn. . Nina. people were killed, threo
of them .women returning frora &
funeral. r:-: v ,
. : -i.
Inasmuch ' as . the Glidden automo
bile4 tour has been postponed for thi3
year. Charles-x Glidden has; Invited all
automobile .owners to go. over th 3
route originally' planned from Detroi;
to New. Orleans. -"