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LOCAL AND GENERAL
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NAME OF STOCK. Bid.
C Hewer & Co i
hva Plantation Co . . .
Hawaiian cric Co. . .
Haw. Com. & irug. Co ... ;)si
Hawaiian Sugar Co ; 4' '
HouotuTi Sugar Co
Hcuckaa Sugar Co !
Hmkn Sugar Co j . . ..
Hutchinson Sugai Plant.
. Kuhuku PlaiatiOi' Co. .. ;
Kekaha Sugai Co ' Oo
Ko!ia Hug:r Co
McPryde Sogar Co '
Oahu sugar Co j
Onomea Sugar Co. ...... ! . 04
Ulaa Sugar Co Ltd , 5
Paaubau Sugar PJant. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill ' ... .
Paia Plantation Co 1
Pepeko Sugar Co !... .
Pioneer Mill Co.
VVal.'ukii i?iifcr Co.
V, uiuj.uialo SuKar CVi. ..
. ninH ifuga. id ill Co. .
Interlsland Steam N. Co. oo
Hawaiian Electric Co. ... I i2$
Hon. R. T. & L. Co.. Pref.
Hon. H T.6L. Co.. Coin.
i .......1 frAl s n t 1
Hilo R. R. Co.. PfcL....
Hilo R. R. Co.. Com ; ..: .
Hon. B. 4c. M. Co. 1 22
Haw. Irrgtn. Cc, Cs . . . ,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. . 45
Taujong Olok R C pd. up.
Pa han g Rob. Co
Hon. II it Co. Ana...
Haw.ler. 4 fFlreCl.) ..
W 1C 119
Haw. Ter. 4 Pub. Imps I
; Wrw Tcr 4 a I
Haw. Ter. 44 t ....
. haw. Ter. 3ft
i. Cfcl. Beet Sug. & Ref. Co. 6
? Hon. Oas. Co., Ltd., 6a.
Haw.-Com. SL Sag. Co. 5
Hilo R. R-Co., Issue 1901.
H!k R, R..C0 Ctm. i ...
; Honokaa Sugai Co , C . .
; Hon. R. T. A L. Co. . . .
Kual fty. Co. 6s.......
McBrjde Rug.r Co. 6 4 . .
: Mutual Tel. Cn
Oabu R. 4b L Co. 6
Oaha Sugar Co. 5 .
plaa Sugar Ca 6
Pac S ug. Mill Co. 6s ....
Walalaa Agrlc Co. 5 ...
fJatomaa Con. . . . . .
Hawn. Irrigation Co. 6
Hatiakua Ditcb . . ,
. Between Boards 100 McBryde 5Vi,
10 (Ha& 5., 10 Waialua 110.-5 Wala
lua liO. 5 Va!a!r.a 110, 5M IHlo 1901
- Session Snles 104 Kaiiuku 16. 10
Oahii,26, 10 Pioneer 30, 10 Pioneer
.2i)U, 18 Pioneer 30, , 10 Waialua
vJ -Brewery 3U -ytl --
' - I-atj-st iuiisJii quotation, 4.05 rents
' er $HI.IW per Ion. ( v , .
'.fiT d ijb-rnring for an '.tour and
1 :i riiini:tfP th j.:r t i u t lias t-o?i
sitiini: lor :i:or than i au vVf--ks in t h -
f ; ia! of John iom H-rri-
, ?i. or Xapo-jjio.. Hawaii. y sf r,!a '
r.iii.: i-'-t 'irr: f! a vrn'ir! a' int- .
fr-'t-f was ii:iMi"i to lb
co:;r' if S-l o'cloc k, an1 a t'-w miti
'.'. s l.i! r t.:'- .i;;.K iVr il-u --. who
! ;.t, h i. t,;.'i; i !',; j riifr'AV t.f sa!
!.ss N't, . nil r II of List .ai,
,i"-n ti- .-h.,: down Aoyar:.:i. a J.i;,aii
i uu.'tn J i.t of .Iod' V.' ritn "
court room a tre ma:;.
"i h- ai!tiojaI mane.- ,f assault'
and tiattry '.it ' a wf-apon dan.Kcrnu.
10 life. tiU d ;.tainK: hi 'i for th
wonndiriK f .Mat.- i:,:!i:r;i. anofht r '
.jaf.an'Sf, in t'r4- -arr:- frac;.s, v.a.s
r.olif proh'.c d. T!j- jury acif'i;t'd th-rot.ti-iitiori
oi' tiiH d f ;is' that Hfnri-n:-s
!irtd in slf li ! to savf I
' Tor a bark rlur up
New cretonnes and drapies
Whitnt-y & .Marsh s.
The dance which was to b- hfKi at
'anip Wry ha.4 limi pospjnd ;::i!i!
Wanted Two more .lusseiigers fur
atojtid - tl-e - island at t'ft'. l-wis
::t:i'j:s and (iarae. T.-l -'Mi. -ad-
l.v.oal sale at liickerso.r
Ai.ij .-M . t:ginning That ,
ai i " tnt-inuing ;;ntil '.'
Ti: T! -nt.
H m' mawar battt-rits f
pnd .so.-ilp trntnif-nt. ccaoWte in e
ry dotail. ar foM by ;nsort. Smith
A: Co., Fort and Hotel.
Royal Cafe, Harrison block, Il ri
ta'.ia street, oitpositn Fir1 Stauoii.
Try i:s. J.'vnrjJhing the bfst, at ,oj
niar prics. advertise i.nent.
Pineapple Foda and Hire's Root V( -r
excellent summer drinks are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
Phone 17 1 advertisement.
Knox hats arc
ate the good
The Hawaiian band will plav this
both n.MMl; and fatlier. who even afternoon at ihe Athletic Park base-thf-n
r'eivrd a serious knife i,:in arae. On Sunday uftermon the
wound that Dr. Ross testified would ban! will pive a public concert at th
ha v.- proved fatal Fare for the fact Capitol grounds at threp o'c!or-:. :
ihat its progress through his body was j cJrf.Pa Stamis are now freely given
h(CKfd and dfTlec'tfd by a rib. Jat the ABC grocery. King Ptreet. fa-
The trouble between the Henriques IIlous for jts low r,rjCP3 for ca?n. pav 1
'family and the Japanese arose over f.as!l and collect green stamps, j
: lasho!d on seme land belong- ( They're valuable. advertisement. J
j i'if, to Jose HenriqueH, father of the, A cable message was received by
' a ecu feed young man. When the kase- Secretary Wood of the promotion com- .
hold fell due, the Japanese refused mittee yesterday fiom W alter (i. ' p
payment and tore down their shacks. Smith, stating that he had broken into
, preparing to remove them. The two Canada and was busy in Vancouver. ;
! Henriques rushed to the scene one! r,r. MacLennan removed to A'akea !
j evening to prevent this removal, the St., next Pacific Club a few doors Le-1 !
father armed with a shotgun, the son iow Beretania Ave. Wonderful cures!
popular with discriminating men who apprcci-
in wearing apparel, and who know the
various trade marks under which they
are to be louiul.
A Fine Line of New Styles
new in lints 'ant coloring and textures, but
made with that ;oof old-fashioned wav cf hat
making that is not e too plentiful these days.
We want you al! to .see them.
it v Soft and Stirr
I lats -
- Elks Building
King near. Fort
by new serum
130. adverti e-
00 i o
: wjtn a revolver. A battle ensued, in 0f chronic diseases
i which, fi-cm tile evidence, it appeared treatment Phone
ttne I'ortugiieFc were jetting tne worst me n t
! of it and being driven back, when ; It's none too early to seleet yo- ir
'the .voting fellow oppntd fire with his Christmas cards. A large and ueauti-
pistol. ; tul assortment just opened at A. V.
Deputy County Attorney W. H. ' Arleigh & Co., Ltd., the Hotel street
Heen, of Hatvafi, conducted the prose- stationers.
eution of the case, with Attorneys C. j papjd tuitiongiven in Music. Violin.
W. Ashford and J. Lightfoot repre- Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo, Cy Prof,
sentfng the defense. , l. a. de Craca. New and easy rneth-
oJ. Terms moderate. Address 7"
OCT. BUILDING AMOUNTS !venTsementavenue;' ,hone 2643 -ad"
T0 NEARLY $300,000 ! Word has been received by the pro-
; moticn committee that the Chicago,
In the last report of building per- , Cnion Pacific and Norih Western
mits In this paper it was mentioned 1 line will run two special excursions to
that October was developing a better 'Honolulu, cne next January and one
CUB REPORIHPS FISH STORY
Owing to t!r- death of Vice-President
Shrman, the dance that was to
be given at Camp Very this evening
will be postponed until next Saturday.
Nov. 16th. Invitations will hold good
until that tiVte. advertisement.
a oSij- I t
WILL BE f OUT HIS
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Slangy Youth Writes Up Aqua-,'"'1 ,M ,w?".,r0B ia-
t t II j .y11 tlri) out to the aquarium tomor-
r um in Terms of Vaude
' . i . v , ii iri. nit inr v ii u lie oui i- .
r v nr.u Prirlav n f t am srrt .tffar ha hil . HOW
ihowing than the early days promised
but there was nothing at that time to
indicate that the amount of binding
lor the month would more than dou
ble the recoiu for September. This, !
however, proves to; be the case.
For October the total cost of build
ing operations for which permits were
issued was $276,352, of which 253,86
represented new cohsffudtibri, the bal
ance being for alterations and rejvs.
September's, record was 1106,598. tor
early in Februarv
Every child wiiting a letter to San.
ta Claus, addressing it to WALL,
NICHOLS COMPANY, HONOLULU,
giving their Post Office address, will
be remembered at Christmas time.
Don't forget. advertisement.
Friends of William G. Irwin will be
grieved to learn of his illness in the
East. He is at present in the Johns
Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and
Mrs. Irwin is in constant attendance
new building and-122.80$ for altera- ! in the sick room. The Irwins left for
Hons and repairs-, a" total of. $129,406. ! the East several weeks ago in the
There were 150 building permits and ! Crockers private car. San Francisio
,164-plumbing- permits" issued In Oeto- chronicle.
ber, and the fees collected by Inspec- owing to tne recent demise of the
tot Miehlstein amounted to 51023.30. late Kmpeaor Mutsuhito, hi3 birthday,
This department of the city govern which cotres tomorrow, will not bo
ment is self-sustaining. i officially or generally celebrated a3
Following Is the list of. perm: u is- j 11 has been in the past. At the pres
sued since last report: j f nt tim the imperial court is in
Masia Tavares, dwelling. Lusitanla : mourning out or respect for him, ana
Mr. G. A. Long is r.o more sole
. a . . .i r-:..
o.-Mc. iiu a.auase, o. u.e v,u I finished his work for the day.
Homes uruii; v . .-mi ir.it.siaiiuKis i
bills must be presemed to Mr. G. A. J
Long for payment. j
JOHN CHRISTIAN. 1
rcw morning and get a little story
J W I. J t
v an use ii no a aui i ui a reautrr 10
advertise the thing a little as there
is a Lunch of tourists in town Just
ing to discourse on the whale, but will
let it spout for itself. Soldier, of
sword fish, are mustered out sar
dines are mustard in. In Russia, the
royal dish is Czardines. In Holland
the fishes have large scales. That la
why they give them a weigh. We
wouldn't give a scent for a smelt. The
fisherman's profits are net, and it Is
z hard thing to get a line on fish."
"That fellow wA3 never made for a
newspaper office," sighed the; City
Editor, as he threw the story in the
waste basket. "He ought to get a Job
writing stuff for vaudeville people. .
VATERSQOSE I80ST CO
. Exehaige, . '
embert Ueoluli Mock Ba Boss"
t OUT LT MEliCll AM ' STEEETS
J ' V Tflrpbone 120S.
street; R. Mlyata & Co., builden
i STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
P. fk. Box CS3 ? ' i v Phona 2101
' HONOLULU HAWAII
Uemkf " Honolulu : Stock and ' Bond
r STOCK AD BO.D BROKERS
Hintber Uonelila Mock aa4 Bend
jsbtngrtnwald IHdgn lOi Merchant 8L
Meura, dweling, Aharta lane; Ebe
sue, builder; $550.
John iemes, dwenins. Punchbowl;
John Holraberg, architec: H. Matsuto,
Mrs. R. Fountain, dwelling, Kalihi;
C Oltimura, builder, $575.
Ho Pol Kee, dwelling, Punchbowl;
Lin Forig, builder; $900,
Chun Ming, three cottages, Morris
Lane; t,um Sam Fun, builder; $21 Of.
Mrs. Ella H. Mitchell, dwelling;
Tuunui; J. Holmberg, architect; H.
Matsuto, builder; $1450.
Alice S. McTighe, dwelling, Young
stieet; River Mill Co., builder; $1695.
S. Yushikawa, two cottages, Aala
lane; J, Usui, builder; $1200. i
Y. Ahin, dwelling, Iwilei; S. Miya
moto, builder; $93$. . .
Moana Hotel, hotel, Kalakaua ave
fte; -H. L. Kerr, architect; $2478.
Young Akl, three dwellings, Kukui
street; Wing Tai & Co., builders,
K. Matiumoto, dwelling, Moiliili; J.
tt Craig, architect; Hawaiian Ballast
ing Co, builder; $4000.
Antone M. Caldira, dwelling, Kalihi;
K. Miki, builder; $600. . .
Cyrus T. Greenr apartment house,
Alapai street; C. T. G., builder;
B. Hopkins, dwelling, K'alihi; S. K.
Fukumura, architect; Geo. M. Yama
da, builder; $2690.
Hocmanu Kapule, dwelling, Wai-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIR3T
Circiit. Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
hate. At Chambers. In the matter
of the Estate of Frank 'C. Enos. de
ceased. Order of Notice of Petition
for allowance of accounts, determin
ing trust and distributing tbe estate.
On reading and filing the Petition
r.nd accounts of Trent Trust Com
pany, Ltd., Administrator of the Es
tate of Frank C. Enos. deceased,
wherein petitioner asks to be allowed
$89.75 and charged with $100. and
asks that the same be examined and i
vou got anything in your thinktar.k
to shoot me out on for a snecial story
for tomorrow's edition?"
"Say, look here, you," said the
City Euitor, a3 he whirled about in
his chair and faced the Cub, "Haven't
1 told you to cut out that slang around
this office? If you can't can that line
of chin-music that you peddle, your
name will be mud in this joint from
now on. Get me?"
"That was just a slip that time,"
answered the Cub. "I've cut out that
slang talk altogether. Gee, but my
talk was getting fierce! I d worked
up a line of able-malerial that had
George Ade lacked off the nap and
gasping for wind, but I've ditched all
Write about the fish. You get AUTO VICTIM SUES V
FOR SI 0,000 DAMAGES
have t t!le story and 1 11 get a few pictures
. I and we will make it a real feature
stcry." ti ...
That night the City Editor ' spent
aoout three hours at the office look
ing around for cuts ot tne aquarium
andi finally found two that would suit
: ; From injuries received October 24
when : Hugh Galbraith's automobile
turned turtle near , Leilehua Mrs.
Rosa James has brought suit in cir
cult courts asking $10,000 . damages
stolon h.toJS? bSSf t STthe-U :
cuts will liven it up a little. Now if SCkff bump an4 tle mchJQ tu
he only turns in a good story I will StS? ptof,ng M l
be all right" ' , breaking, one leg and badly bruising
v. ' . iU . 5 and lacerating her body. '
The next morning the Cub came In j t " " -
about eleven o'clock, banged his stbo
off un the typewriter and laid it on GREEW STAMP MAN IS 4
the City Editor's desk. The C. B. IIIMR FOR nI flPJnrP
read it over, removed six'of the twen, OUHU TUu dLHUUCn
that now I saw that it was up to 7th, irC' Charging that his "green stamp-
me to switch onto aether track, so I fc. Lc? tH Business has been slandered aad la-
aae a nasty de- ,;r'
picked up the Havery has brought suit In circuit
j j u -iu. court to recover t8at amount from Shri
c J " :. . , . . . . . . . mm W IT L-'C T, t tLCTU DilCClO ttlXU (VOU LUt? VUil B - '
entiUed and disc.harf.ing petitioner if you don t slough this rough stufff , st . R . Bftmethln2 nk t-un, a small Chlnete merchant Of 146
and sureties from all further respon ' you re shoving actoss on your unpro-. lbla. r r - ,r No
, and that a final order be I Jammed on my emergency brakes one : plS midA
Distribution of the temain- day and -say to myself. 'You mutt, J . e c E Slcl
erty to the persons thereto here do you think vOU vvOI
there will be little effort to mark the
day S3 an anniversary. Next year,
November 3 will probably be celebrat
ed with as much enthusiasm as inl , , "
The opening of the Fort Ruger post
school yesterday was marked by an
I immediate, vacation, as no text books
I had been issued, and the officer
teachers were forced to dismiss the
school for the day, or until the proper
provision can be made for books.
These books will be those which are
prescribed in recent instructions from
the war department to the department
of Hawaii. The studies will include
geography, arithmetic and history.
Little Miss Blanche Reynolds was
the hostess at a charming post-Hallowe'en
masquerade party at the home
ot her parents on Matlock avenue last !
evening. The little guests came in
lancy costumes of many representa
lions and the hostess was dressed as
a princess in a beautiful blue cos
tume. The decoration were appropri
ate for the occasion and consisted of
the usual jack-o'-lanterns, witches and i
black cats. The youngsters danced
and partook of refreshments and all
enjoyed a most pleasant and lively
It is ordered that Monday, the 9th
day orDe'cMrA. ' D. '1912. at! 9
o'clock A. M before the Judge pre
siding at Chambers of ?ai 1 Court at
his Court Room in the old Y. M. C.
in Honolulu. County of
Honolulu, be and the same hereby is
appointed the time and place for
bearing said Petition and Accounis,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the
same shall not be granted.
By the Court
A. K. AONA,
the 1st day of November,
5383 Nov. 2, 9, 1G, 23
tected friends? You never will land
a skirt that's got enough grey mat
ter in her cupalo to want.4-real, hang
up newspaper man for her kiddb, in
stead of a guy that palavers like a
Lrain storm with a busted steering
gear.' Any fellow can talk like' a
man if he wants to, and I says to
yours truly, 'It's time to reformate
your grammar, little brother,' and you
bet your sweet life I've cut the mus
tard. . So I ask you again, Chief,
what s on the hook for a special , flr8t nerson to ret Intd information
about -fish. That is what made him
so of-fish-us. Among the different va
rieties of fish are bass, perch, cod,
pike and Hamilton. We are not go-
Aiwtbu mug iiitri. . -
Fisho wort, marfo n. tht , fWV j UO. OUStneM unOCT
mnM fc rpv-i the name of the Pacific Cash company
are many, kinds of fish-fried, Hed, ; a"ese Chinaman told. his custo-
iresn, state, etc. 'iney live in water ""V . w-ltM
and breathe through gills. If they
lived.- in beer they would breathe
through pints. If the latter ever hap
pened, the mackerel would be more
soused than ever... The shad Is not a
fish ; . it is a receptacle for .; holding
3 f hohes. Salmon are found in deep wa
f I ter and shallow cans. Jonah was the
"Wei!, I really don't know," said
the C. E. "But I did want to get a
litt'.e writeup on the aquarium, so
were to have their green . tradine
stamps redeemed was about .to go in
to bankruptcy, and Urged them to
hurry np and "cash In their stamps
if they expected to recover anything."
Havery says there waa a rush of cus- ,
tomers . at . his store, and that" many
former takers of the stamps are now
refusing to receive them. .:"
Queen Wilhelmina of Holland has
been ill for somd days, but her condl
tion ianew reported satisfactory.
SOUTH SEA ISLANDER
SEEKS HIGHER LEARNING
To sit at the tree of knowledge in
Hawaii. Prince Robert Malpatoa son
of the royal head of German Samoa. I kaiI to tne amount of
District court opened, at nine o'clock
this, morning. Judge Larnach presid
ing and was closed within a few min
utes, out of respect to the memory of
:A calendar of little variety was car
tied over until Monday morning. In
the! cases of two intemperate par
takers of a local nut brown product J
J. F. Morgan Co., Lid.
Information Furnished and Loan
MERCHANT STREET STAR BLDG.
- ' Phone 1572
BAR GaTn SI 6 AR Q aTn 8 1
kki; H. K.. builder; $500. ' Pnmn,tl, hio aiMt,nn . with the police, was forfeited the de-
Ch:iii Kai Hoiy, dwelling. Fort institutions of learning I fendants failing to make an appear-
street extension; Chang Sing, archi-j T!lr youthful Eeionof the royal 'ance at the court room.
"fv011 ny HU!ldnr; 2T h0USie f soa ar"ved as a distin-i
v f; . , ter80n' a'9 llns) a guished passenger in the Oceanic nCTPPTIVP OIM TRA-ll
Aloha ; iiIier Ventura. Heretofore the kin and
pahu; H. L. Kerr, architect
p e a V ; t x- near kin of the Samoan roval familv
F Ito. dwellme. Fort street: I. h i i . . .
4- irr t j u
" . " . "'.."'-. " ; : - . .' - " .
' W deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities cf all kinds; Hidalgo, La Zaca
ulpa ruober; Furisslma Kills Oil stock;
W. E. LOGAN i CO.
Room 17 8eonk Block, Oakland. Cai
mcinoto. builder; $675.
S. Ikeca, dwelling. Fort street; I.
Yamanvoto, builder; $925.
C. G. Bartlett. dwelling. Kaalawai:
J. h. Craig, arehitect and builder;
G. C. Winston, dwelling. Beretania
stteet; Acetylene Agencv Co.. builder;
Mrs. E. R. Ayres, dwelling, Waild-
OF ELECTION VANDALS
had been sent to Australia and Vpw
Zealand to perfect their education. It I Election vandals already have made
has been pointed out that Honolulu ithp,r Presence known, with the result
offers no such climatic chants as : that Territorial Secretary Mott-
that effered by the more southern ia- Smith toda' has detectives on the j
titudes and for this reason the prnce i trail of persons who nave negun tluir
was induced to trv Honolulu schools ; work of defacing el--c ion booths. On
for a term of vears. 'his round of visits to the various pre-j
E G, Dulseiiberg
STOCKS, BONDS. - REAL ES-
76 Merchant St : Phone 3013
It is believed that the arrival of the r!nct robin-- p'a. s this morning
rn:ce is the forerunner of a number ' Mott-Smitli discovered that in four or
i' other voune neonlo fmm thn er.th ! live instances someone had cn'cred
;i; Emory & Webb, architects; H. cas 0f wealthy and influential fam- ,he individual booths and written on
Cakanishi, Luilder; $587.. ijnos wj10 win take up school" life in wa!ls with red chalk: "Vote Tor
Mrs. . Horita. store repairs. King i Hawaii. " ' i Uor Senator."
! street; G. Horita, builder; ?sb".
0 AVAT( IIMA EEDED.
P. M. BURNETTE
Commistionor of Detds tor Califor
nia and Naw York NOTARY PUB.
LIC; Orants Marriaga Licansaa. Draws
Mcrtoages, Dcada, Bills of Sala,
Ltaaea, Will, ate. Attorney for tha
Difrict Courta. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. Phon 14.
The Denio Thermostat system wiil
watch and protect your house, store,
office or warehouse honestly and
constantly every minute of the day
ac.d while you sleep at night. advertisement.
I GILES At Hilo, Oct. 20. to the wife
of John M. Giles, a son.
riiflH-EiijnnlHK of highest Tnle
can Im- rm,j fiom (he Mar-RulletlB
The Hawaiian band will give its
first public concert after a month's
vacation at the Capitol ground tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock. The pro
gram is as follows:
March True Blue Lincke
Overture Fest Lortzing
Chorus lx)hengiki .Wagner
Selection Aida Verdi
Hawaiian Songs Hand Quintet
Selection -Foul Kiss Levi
Waltz Dreams Fucik
Fi.ialo- Beautiful Comnid.- . ..I.incke
The Star Spangled Banner.
The name, left blank here, was writ
ten cn tn walls but is not disclosed
by the secretary. It is not thought
the candidate whose name has been
thus employed is cognizant of this
work or has givr n any approval to it,
but that sonre misguided partisan has
secretly ventured to infringe on the j
law. The a!-! is a misdemeanor, pun- i
ishable by a jail sentence, and if the j
miscreiit be caught the secretary )
promises to foiee a prosecution tor
the offense. '
Three died and many wmh hurt in
riots in Ha'-ana Tne j.dljrp linallyj
fii-ed into a nidi of re: , I ! ;i us
Will have no difficulty in
being fitted from our line
Ready-to-Wear- suits for
men. They are cut from
models of various forms
fat and thin, long and
short, and the materials
from which the clothing
is made is wool.
Fort and Merchant Sts.