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Vol. VII. No. 1389.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1899.
Pbioij 5 Obntb.
PREPARE TO MEET BULLER
Boers Massing to Attack tbe British
Ladjimlth Still Surrounded Sklrmisbes or
Small Importance Prisoners Receive
Good Treatment Britain Walls.
lxmdon, Nov. 2d. Tho present week,
according to tho dispatches from tho
front, ought to see a chango in the de
fensive) tactics hitherto maintained by
tho British in South Africa. It Is said
that tho task allotted to General Clery,
that of rellovlng Ladysmlth, will task
his generalship to tho utmost. Tho
Doers aro developing a great deal of
strength In tho neighborhood of Est
court, and General Joubort Is reported
to bo 'moving southward himself in
order to direct tho movement to repel
tho British advance, after, it would
seem, attempting to Isolate Estcourt.
This latter movement is already In
progress. Tho Boers practically sur
round the town. Another small fordo
was dlBcovorcd ot Willow Grange,
south of Estcourt yesterday ovenlng.
Major Thornoycroft, with a detach
ment of Infantry, mado a sortie and
engaged tho Boers, but with no mater
Tho so-called Boer attempt to rush
Estcourt on Saturday was apparently
merely a rcconnalssanco resulting in
tho Boers obtaining tho information
which they desired, namely, that Est
court is fairly strongly held and has
naval guns in position. Tho Boers then
withdrew out of danger, but remained
nt points commanding exits from tho
ANOTHER LADYSMITH BATTLE.
London, Nov. 20. A special dispatch
from Estcourt, dated November 20,
says a report has reached there of a
battio at Ladysmlth on Wednesday,
November 15, lasting from daybreak
until 2 in tho afternoon. Many Boers
nro said to havo been killed and many
moro aro also reported to havo been
taken prisoners. Tho British losses aro
spoken of as much less. Another battle
Is said to havo occurred Thursday and
is described as tho heaviest yet fought.
Tho Boer dead, It is added, number
huntlrodo.-whtlo the British losses v.orj
.comparatively small. '
I- SITUATION OUTLINED.
New York, Nov. 20. A dispatch to
tho Tribuno from London says:
Estcourt has remained tho center of
interest for tho last twenty-four hours,
slnco tho Dutch allies aro attempting to
carry out at tho last moment tho tac
tics which might havo been most effec
tive a fortnight ago. Tho War Office
bulletin during tho afternoon tended
to mtnlmlzo tho earlier reports of a
Boer rcpulso by tho garrison. It was
n slight outpost affair, with a singlo
shell fired from tho naval gun and a
hasty retreat of tho small forco of tho
enemy. It might havo been explained
ns on unsuccessful attempt of Frco
Stato raiders to destroy tho railway
brldgo a half mllo away it General
Hlldyard had not reported a largo Boer
forco further back on a high hill. In
Inference it was plain that tho Dutch al
lies woro concentrating sovcral com
mandos upon Estcourt and might at
tack the garrison or draw it Into an
umbuscade boforo adequato reinforce
ments with fleld artillery could bo sent
up from tho coast.
Between tho lines of tho official dis
patch could be read tho motlvo of this
manouver of a weak Boor forco which
was neither reconnoltorlng nor at
tempting to carry tho position by a
sudden rush, but was evidently seek
ing to draw out tho provincial caval
ry oftor It a few miles when It could
bo entrapped by a larger body in re
serve. These tactics, which had suc
ceeded after tho battio of Gloncoo, fail
ed on second trial. Military men in
commenting upon tho affair last even
ing derived comfort from tho practical
ovldcnca mat tno uriusu lurcuo hu
becoming mora wary and suspicious
and also from tho plain admission that
tho naval guns were In position. Tho
shell which scattered tho Boers' decoys
also dUpellcd tho illusion and Est
court was without powerful artlllory
und Incapable of defenso ngalnst a
Boer gun flro. Tho naval brigade was
on guard, oven If tho threo batteries of
fleld artillery were baroly oft tho ship,
with horses soft from a protracted voy
age. Tho news from Lower Natal Is mea
ger, since tho censorship is rigidly en
forced thero. But there is a strong
probability that tho Boer attack upon
Estcourt has been dolayed too long to
bo effectual. Military men at tho ser
vice clubs breathed freely last night,
and contended that the Boers had lost
their last chance in tho campaign and
would soon be overpowered by superior
numbers and science.
n.lnUJ lUanntntlpa tmm thft BOUthelH
frontier ot tho Free Stato only served
to explain why reinforcements had
been Bent to East London, and western
border bulletins, especially from Klm
berloy, woro bo optlralBtlo that it was
difficult to explain why Lord Methuen
had been ordered to rollovo Klmberley.
Tho censorship has been raised In that
quarter and London now knows day by
day what tho guards are doing on tho
THE LUCKY FORTY FOURTH
Transports Hancock And City
Paebla Arrive In Port.
Regiment From tbe Middle West And Nam
bers Many Veterans Among Its Officers
Band and Passengers on Board.
Tho transports llancock and City of
Puebla arrived this morning from San
Francisco with tho 44th Infantry, U. S.
V., on board. Tho transports making
tho trip in 7 days 13 hours.
Tho regiment was mustered in at
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, August 17
and is commonly known as tho "Lucky
Colonel E. J. McCleonand, comman
ding officer of tho 44th, was formerly
adjutant general on tho staff of Gen
oral Shatter during tho Santiago cam
paign and was tho executlvo officer In
tho fleld Lieut. Col. J. S. Scott was
adjutant general on General Lee's staff.
Major Halo formerly of tho 20th In
fantry Regulars was In Manila with
General Merrltt and acted as his aid at
Paris and during tho Peace Conference.
Colonel Wagner In tho Puebla en
routo for Manila Is prominent as the
author of "Tho Servlco of Security and
Information" and other military works
that aro adopted by tho War Depart
ment for tho Instruction of tho army In
Tho Hancock Is tho finest transport
In, tho servlco.
.Thero aro 97G men, 3G officers of tho
44th and flvo unattached officers on
board, also a flno regimental band.
Tho officers nro as follows: Colonel
McCleonand, commanding; Lieut. Col.
Scott, Major McCoy, Lieutenants M. C.
Rayson, S. H. Mould, M. H. Barry, T.
T. Jackson, Major Lippltt, Captain E.
A. Smart. Captains Ketcham, Blssoll,
Wcller, Leonard, Smith, Crossflcld,
Malley, Lieutenants Schlachter, Blair,
Cuslck, Koonoz, Thomas, Parsons, Ben
nett, Caddcn, Lynch, Wilson, Leven,
Parker, Whlto Perry, Going, Haycroft.
Tho shin's officers of tho Hancock are
Captain H. K. Struvo, First Officer Bau-
gulero, Second Officer Goodell, Third
Officer Swan, Fourth Officer F. W. Mc
Laughlin, Purser F. E. Schupp, Engin
eer J. J. Murphy .Transport Quarter
master Captain J. J. Bradley.
, The ship's officers of tin City of
Puebla are: Captain II. C. Thomas,
First Officer Preble, Second Officer
Spier, Surgeon J. T. Whlto, Engineer
Plaskett, Purser Skinner, Steward
Passengers on tho Hancock nro:
Colonel Grecnlcaf, Assistant Surgeon
General, Majors Allen, Reese, Cramp
ton and Chaplain Bateman.
Tho City of ruoma nas &tt cnnstcu
men and 2G officers of tho 44th on
board, also sovcral civilian clerks and
threo lady nurses. Major H. C. Halo Is
tho officer In command of tho detach
ment. Tho officers of tho 44th on board are:
Major II. C. Halo, Lloutenant Colonel
A. L. Wagner, Curtis, Duncan, Pres
cott, Evans, Dengler, Lovack, Suther
land, Buchanan, Hall, Gasse, Androws,
Majors G. K. Pickett, M. B. Curry, S.
Howell, Captain C. L. Furbush, First
Lieut. L. P. Smith aro en routo for Ma
nila under orders.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Richards havo
Issued invitations to a number ot
friends to a reception at their homo
from 8 to 10 on tho evening ot Decem
ber 1. Each person is asked to take
along an Hawaiian namo fpr tho now
homo. Tho invitation rcaus as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Richards,
Ma ko laua home.
Ma Ice klhl a ko alanul Kaplolanl a mo
I ka po Poallma, Dekcmaba 1, '99.
E oluolu o lawo mal 1 kokahl lnoa,
ma ka'olelo Hawaii (maluna o ka pepa)
kupono no kela wahl hou.
Last night tho whimsical farco,
'Dutch Justice," was presentod to a
full house. This plcco Is full of broad
humor, tho company allowing no point
to pass unchallenged on which a joko
might bo made. Dreyfusn and Hearde
showed to advantage, mo lauor wun
his hula burlesque causing roars ot
laughter. Tho Misses Llowolyn again
rnnriarfwl nnrnfl nwent duets. Edith
Fletcher sans some coon songs, whllo
Flvine BuscU and Musical Fletcher
showed in now business.
8t. Clements Fair.
It you wish to see a large collection
ot pretty things, go to tho fair ot tho
Woman's Guild ot St .Clement's which
will be held in tho late resldenco of
Mrs. Gulick on Saturday next, morn
ing, afternoon and evening. Thero will
ho a lively lot ot dolls, very handsome
needlework, some very cbasto things
in silver and glass, and many useful
articles too numerous to mention. A
raro chance for now housekeepers. Ad
mission 25 cents.
Noted Educator Dead.
Montreal, Nov. 20. Sir J. William
Dawson, the eminent educator and geo
logist, and late principal of McGUl Col
lego, Is dead.
MONEY WILL BE EXPENDED
Minister Young Replies to Qaestlors
on Public Works.
Practically All Appropriations Authorized
Work Will Be Completed by March 31
on Items Not Now Under Way.
Aioxander Young, Minister of tho
Interior, was yesterday asked tho fol
lowing questions by tho Bulletin:
Havo all tho appropriations under
current expenses been authorized by
If so, Is tho' work for which tho mon
ey was authorized now In progress?
Minister Young makes reply today:
"I would stato that, practically, all
ot tho appropriations in tho current
expenso havo been authorized and thero
nro only a few items upon which work
has not been commenced, and these
few I expect to completo before March
31st. If you deslro information re
garding any particular Item or items,
it will glvo mo plcasuro to seo that It
Is furnished as far as may bo possible"
This statement from Minister Young
suggests that Minister Lansing's state
ment relative to tho surplus was based
on tho fulfilment of a progressive poli
cy, which policy tho peoplo well know
that Minister Young will carry out.
Tho native driver of Alex. Iscnbcrg's
carrlago was tho causo ot an nccldent
on King street Monday that might havo
resulted very Bcrlously. Ho was evi
dently In a great hurry to get down to
tho office for his maBtor for when ho
arrived at a point opposite tho Execu
tlvo building ho was going at a furious
rate. Just at this tlmo a Btrcet car
happened to bo approaching tho switch
nt tho place mentioned and a brako drl
ven by Joo Francisco, a Portuguese,
was driving toward town and In tho
Tho nativo driver tried his best to
escapo the car which ho did successful
ly, but ho ran Into tho brako of tho
Portuguese. Both vehicles wero top
pled over and, strange to say, both
horses remained quiet. The occupants
of tho vehicles wero thrown out and
tho riTrt-rrnMLrn fi"" badly bruis
ed. Tho native said Tio could not man
ago his horse, but ho had his whip In
his hand at tho tlmo tho accident oc
curred and was in full control of tho
horso as could bo seen by peoplo In
tho car. Fortunately tho only damage
done was tho splitting ot ono of tho
parts of tho brako.
Nutlve Sailor Drowned.
rtnul.l lYnnl i ni(llr eillnf rtf ill
steamer Hawaii, was drowned at Honomu
on the morning ot rsovemDer 28. Me,
with the remainder of a boat's crew, was
attending to the work ot casting loose the
stern lines ot the steamer irom tne Duoy
when a blind roller-struck the boat, cap
sizing It. Kaai was carried far In shore
Into water just above his waist. Sudden
ly he was caught by the undertow and
Kulled under. That was the last seen of
Im. The other fellows got back to the
ship but one of the number was so badly
bruised by the rocks that he was brought
to Honolulu and taken to the Queens hos
pital. WHAT McKlNLEY PROMISED.
When tho Hawaiian pastors wero In
Washington they called on President
McKlnloy who received thom with tho
utmost courtesy, and then presented
them to Mrs. McKlnloy. As tnoy wero
about to leave tho Whlto House, Presi
dent McKlnloy extended his band in a
most friendly manner nnu in terms
that could not bo misunderstood prom
ised tho reverend gentlemen that ho
would see to it that their peoplo In tho
Hawaiian Islands received equal rights
with all others. Ho would seo that ab
solutely no injustice would be done the
King Street Accident.
Tho Japaneso drlvor of Judge Wil
cox's covorod brako sworo out a war
rant for, tho drrest of tho driver ot a
tramcar this morning. Tho Japanoso
claims that as ho was coming in from
the direction ot Pnlama ho was run Into
and tipped over by tho car mentioned
that was coming In the samo direction.
On account ot tho crowded condition
of tho street ho bad stopped his horso,
but tho tramcar driver, instead ot doing
tho same, kept on at a furious rato.
Tho caso will be tried beforo Judge
Mrs. McCulleyHlgglns has telegraph'
ed from Charleston, Me., that she has
accepted terms of agreement of son ol sale
McCulley property to the Paris syndicate
and confirms the sale.
Batteries to Leave.
The two batteries of the 6th Artillery
(N and A), ordered to Manila, will sail for
Manila Inlthe Henmonr tomorrow aner-
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engrav
ed Cards, Embossing.
H. F. WIOHMAN.
60 FORWARD WITH A RUSH
Most Aggressive and Remarkable Cam
paign In tbe Philippines.
Americans Scattering the Rebels North and
South of Manila Beyond the Reach or
aianiis. NOV. 20. S:20 n. m rtnlv
iragmentary reports reach Manila of
me operations north, which, whim f hp
story Is known, will prove to havo been
uio mosi rcmarkaulo campaigning of
tho Phlllpplno war. General Tjiwtnn'n
division Is spread thinly over tho ter
ritory "beyond San Jose, whero the tele
graph ends. General Yoiine'n iwn r.
glmcnta of cavalry aro continuing thnlr
rapid sweep into tho now towns and aro
being shoved forward to hold tho towns
taken nil in a countrv whoso nntnrni
difficulties nro increased indescribab
ly by tropical rains, making rivers of
creeks and swamps ot Molds.
Major Samuel M. Swlgert's Bquadron
of tho Third Cavary Is reported to bo
engaging a greatly superior forco at
I'ozorrupco, northeast of Dagupan.
Among tho scraps ot news obtainable
aro stories of tho hardships tho Ameri
can army Is meeting with. It is re
ported, for Instance that General Law
ton narrowly escaped drowning whllo
fording a swift river, when Lieut. Luna
and two privates wero lost I
Tho Governor of Nueva VIscaya haB
determined, llko many other iFllplnos
In these days, that tho administration
of his provlncco cannot chango too
quickly, and Is coming to Manila to tell
Major Gcncrnl Otis ot his loyalty and
Incidentally to request, that ho bo ro
tnlucd In office under tho now regime
Admlrnl Watson has received nn ad
ditional and crcdlblo report that LI out
J. C .GUmoro and flvo of tho captured
sailors ot tho United States gunboat
Yorktown, woro nt Tarlac on November
10. Lieut. GUmoro was living In a
Filipino general's house.
General Bates Is now on board tho
Yorktown, bound on n month's trip to
Dalabac and Borneo to ousorvo tno
methods followed by. tho British In tho
government of theMohnmmcdans.
To Adopt Wireless Telegraphy.
Chicago. Nov. 18. A Washington
spcclal'to tncTlmcs-Herald fcns:"Tli
system Is ndnptcd for uso on all vessels
in tho Navy," Is tho finding of tho spe
cial board of Navy officers that had In
charge the Investigation of tho Marconi
wireless telegraphy. Tho conclusions
of this board and Us recommendation
that tho system bo given u trial In tho
Navy wero given out today by Admiral
Bradford, tho chlof executlvo of tho Bu
reau of Equipment, under which super
vision tho Governmental tests on board
tho Now York and Massachusetts were
The Emperor Arrives.
Portsmouth, England, Nov. 20. The
German Imperial yacht Hohenzollcrn
entered tho haibor at 10:15 a. m. today
and was welcomed with salutes from
tho guns ot warships and forts. Tho
Emneror and Empress and their two
sons landed nt 10:30 o'clock and wero
welcomed by tho Duko ot Connaught,
who woro tho uniform of tho German
hussar regiment, ot which ho Is honor
ary colonel, and by various court dlgnl
Wireless Telegraph Project.
Now York. Nov. 19. Georgo S. Gra
ham, an attorney of Philadelphia, coun
sel for tho Wireless Telegram nnu tcio-
phono Company, arrived hero tonight
He said no wouiu maico application ior
a charter for tho new company on
Tuesday. Ho said tho stock would bo
$12,000,000 and bo held uy wow ion:,
Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia capl
talistSi Trust Deed of $2,500,000.
Tho trust deed from tho Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co. to tho Union
Trust Co. of San Francisco, wns re
ceived here por tho Doric and fllod with
Tho deed ot trust is ono ot tho most
rigid documents of tho kind over exe
cuted In San Francisco.
LADY SALISBURY DEAD.
wife of the
Premier who has been In III
health for a long time past, suffering a
tcand stroke of naralvsls In Julv last. Is
dead. She Is a daughter of the late Hon.
Sir Edward Hall-Alderson, baron of the
Court of Exchequer, and was married to
the Marquis in 1872.
Mutiny on Hawaiian Vessel.
Washington, Nov. 18. The Btate De
partment has been Informed by cablo
through the United States Consul at
Montevideo of tho arrival at that port
ot a Hawaiian schooner, name not giv
en, with tho crow In mutiny.
Late Sugar Report.
New York, Nov. 20. Sugar Raw
steady; fair refining, 3 13-16C. bid; centri
fugal ffi test, 4c; molasses sugar, 3
9 1 &.
Refined steady, crushed, i ii-i6c.; pow
dered, 5'c.; granulated, 5 3-i6c.
HAY HAYE NEW JAIL
Plans By Architect Trapbagen In Hands
of Marshal Brown.
Much Larger Bolldlogs In a Mncb Larger
Eaclosure SomethlDg About Cells And
If tho noxt Loglslaiuro Is favorable
to tho proposition, n now jail on tho
slto 6f$hs old onoat Kawa, Iwllel, will
bo in tho course of construction' be-
roro many months. '
In obedience to tho instructions of
Attorney General Cooper, Architect
Traphagcn has handed In a set of plans
for tho proposed now Jail. These will
bo lnspocted by tho Attorney General,
ainrsnni urown nnu tno Prison Inspec
tors. Changes will bo mado and when
me csumnio ot tno cost of tho new
Jail is made, tho plan will bo laid away
until tho time for tho session of tho
If theso plans are carried out, Hono
lulu will havo ono of the finest penetcn
tlarlcs to bo found anywhero in tho
United States. Tho cnclosuro and
buildings will bo very much larger and
will bo built after tho latest methods.
Tho stono wall will bo eighteen feet
high and at each of tho four corners
will bo a turret with winding stairs and
a guard hou so nt tho top. At the baso
(ho wall will bo four feet thick and
at tho top, two feet A largo gate will
Uo placed at about the middle ot tho
Iwllel road side.
In tho enclosure and close to tho
mauka wall will be four wings, two
on tho Wniklkl and two on tho Ewa
side, two stories high and connected by
a wldo corridor. In tho basements of
theso will bo tho quarters of the trus
ties, dungeons, storerooms, etc. .
Tho upper part will bo dovoted to tho
cells, two tiers In each story. Around
theso will bo a hallway. Each ceil will
havo a steel closet for tho wnsto bucket
From this n ventilator plpo will run
into tho dead air chamber above. Bo
tween tho lines of cells will bo mi ox-
erclso corridor. Tho cells will uo nr
I ranged so that, In caso of flro, any or
(nil tho cells may bo opened by touch-
Inc a button.
Tho entrance will bo between the
Quarters of the warden. Jailors and tho
offices outside. This building will ho
two stories high with the warden's
apartments on tho second story ot tho
left hand sldo. Back or this will bo tno
In tho rear ot the cnclosuro win dc
tho dining room, chapel, hospital, offi
cer, dispensary, wash and bath rooms,
Fun. fast and furious, music sweet
and subllmo will bo In order tonight
with tho production of Glrofto-Glroffa,
Lccocq's famous comedy opera.
It Is said that tho number of compli
cations and amusing situations In
Glroflo-GIrofla would fill at least
a dozen ot those laughablo affairs call
ed farco comedies.
Miss Josephine Stanton will sing the
dual roles GlroQo-Girolla and tho cast
will Include Messrs. Hallam, Hender
son, Ilogcrs, Rockwell, McNeill nnd
tho full strength ot tho famous com
pany. Tho choruses nro superb.
Thursday (Thnnksglvlng), Chimes of
Normandy: Saturday matinee (school
children), Martha; Saturday night, tho
big military production Merry war.
Great Vigor of the Queen.
London, Nov. 18. Tho war seems to
glvo Queen Victoria a now Icnso ot life.
Tho trying ceremonies at Bristol wero
preceded by n long Journey from Scot
land, yet tho Queen showed no signs of
fatlguo after undertaking what would
havo tired out many women of half her
age. Her snort speeches, many or them
Impromptu, wero novcr moro pointed,
nnd they hnvo apparently deeply touch
ed tho heart of tho nation. After such
an exhibition ot vigor tho talk of hor
retirement in favor ot tho Prlnco of
Wales has naturally no part In tho gos
sip of today.
Boracmbcr tho meeting of tho His
torical Society tonight
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sale by Manufacturer' Shoe
Damon Still In Office.
Washington, NovKer 17. The
President has refusftto accept the'
resignation of Mr. Damon, the Ha
waiian Minister of Finance, and that
official will remain In office at least
until such time as Congress pro
videdor a system of government
for the Hawaiian Islands. Mr.
Damon's resignation was tendered
at a time when he was In Italy,
seeking to secure the emigration to
Hawaii of Italian laborers.
This pursuit was In the Interest'
of an organization of planters and
uiiuaii9i3, uiu u whs inougn to pe m
..wijr minis "" me minister or
Finance should engage In such out
side matters. The resignation was
tendered under these conditions,
but as Mr. Damon has sfnee ter
minated the connection between
himself and the organization re
ferred to the reason for Its accep
tance at once disappeared.
PROHIBITION IN MM1
Washington, Nov. 18.-r-Tho National
Woman's Christian Temperance Union,
represented by Mrs. Margaret Dyo EI
IIb, superintendent of tho department
of legislation, was accorded an Inter
view with President McKlnley toda?,
Mrs. Ellis presented a memorial frfjni
tho National Woman's Christlnn Tem
perance Union adopted at their last
convention in Seattle urging tho pre
vention of tho salo of liquor nnd opium
and gambling in tho Hawaiian Islands.
Sho also called attention to tho peti
tion from the Hawaffans, signed by
many men representing great jnonfod
Institutions there, asking that this no
tion bo taken.
Tho President ravo careful attention
to tho memorial nnd tho petition, sug
gested tliat sho seo Senators Morgan
and Cullom, tho Committee on Now
Legislation of Hawaii, and said tlilsf-
was n most opportuno tlmo to present
ISLANDS EXHIBIT IN PARI8.
Chicago, Nov. IS. Secretary of Stato
Hay today notified Commissioner Gen
eral Peck that tho islands ot tho Atlan
tic and Pacific oceans ncqulrcd by tho
United States ns a result ot tho Span
ish war aro to participate In tho exhi
bits ot the American section nt the Pa
ris Exposition In 1900. Tho exhibits
will bo symbolical of tho different
products of tho islands.
Major McCoy ICno.vn Here.
Major McCoy is one of tbe offlcera
of tho -14th Regiment aboard tho Han
cock. Major McCoy passed through
hero w 1th tho Colorado Regiment bb Uh
lieutenant colonel and later acted as
colonel, retaining this position for
about twclvo months. Major McCoy is
well known by a Inrgo number ot peo
plo In Honolulu who aro glad to seo
him back again.
Death of Henry Poor.
Henry Poor died nt 6 o'clock this
morning after a lingering Illness lasting,
sovcral months. Deceased leaves n
mother, Mrs. Bnsh, two brothers nnd
a sister to mourn his death. Ono
brother, Charles Poor, Is now. In tho
Stntes. Tho funeral will take placo
from the undertaking parlors of E. A.
Williams nt 3 o'clock tomorrow nftor
noon. All friends aro invited to attend.
Chinese Boundary Settled.
Chicago, Nov. 20. A special cable to
the Chicago Tribune from Yokohama (via
The final act embodying the delimita
tion of the frontier of the Kwang Chawang
territory was signed by representatives of
France and China Wednesday.
Dr. Posoy, specialist for Eye, Ear,
Throat and Noso diseases and Catarrh.
Masonlo Tomplo. j .
Co., Fort St., Sign ol the Big 9htt