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Hawaii's Popular Sea Captains !
Register Your Votes for Your Favorite !
OM YOTE FOR
THE MOST POPULAR CAr-
TAIN Or THE ISLAND
Vol. VIII. No. 1400.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, PEVBUAHY 27. 1H00.
Pkiob 6 (Jkntk
QUEEN WILL SOON.RETURN MANY JUDICIARY HATTERS
STOCK BENEFICIARY CASE
itoyni uraves Kespectca.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Ist Prize Cleveland Bicycle, JJ70.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 90. 9 a.nJ 4 '
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing n lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
Th. hicl tn h selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
" Automate," with three drawers. Tl.ls
machine will be furnished by B. Ber
gersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
pir.i,n fnrfnniclncr. This camera mav be
iwd with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Pl.ite Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
RmHnMi.. Stirrlntr Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun-
yon Photo-Suppiy v.o., soie agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Grnmo
, phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Bcrgstnom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
' must be observed :
1. All subscilptlons must be prepaid at
t least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
.. r.,i iUltlnn tn the subscr nt on lists.
j. Subscriptions should be srnt In as
soon as secured, together with the name
.r,A ...Mr.cc nt thp iwrsnn to Whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
nnrlnp the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many votes
for the Captain of his choice according to
. t.rm nf hl cutvurlntlon. will be Elven
to' each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: 8.oo per year,
J2.00 for three months! strictly In advance.
Bulletin Correspondent Has Snort Inter-flew
Acting on Adilce o Pbj&Icians Will Hot En
ter Polities Again Would Appreciate Re
turn for Her Property.
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
Washington. D. 0.. Feb. 15. Lllluo-
kalunl, ex-Queen of Hawaii, who lias
Indictments Are Presented and Pleas
Resetted at February Term.
Another Fire Claim From Chloatowo-requests
In Will of Late James Dodd
Business it Chambers.
Appointment ot Sbare Dividend Be
tween Life Tenants and Trnst.
Unanimous Decision or Supreme Court re C.
Brewer & Co , Ltd., and Devisees of Will
of the Late Henry A. P. Carter.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant n.ilr of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I hey
nre the Dest that can be obtained and may
be seen on display at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the votes hlch appear
each day In the upper right hind .prnrr of
the first page, which are to b- filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as folh.ws. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
t MONTH 40 VOTES
3 MONTHS 150 v rrs
6 MONT4S 350 VOThS
I YEAR 75J ''"
The standing of the contest Friday.
Feb. 23, was as follows. This list will
be chants 1 every Saturday.
CAPT. SIMERSON 1975
CAPT. CAMERON 1054
CAPT. CLARKE 1600
CAPT. PEDERSEN JI59
CAPT. BRUHN.... 9i
CAPT. FREEMAN 260
CAPT. TULLETI- 259
CAPT. J. DOWER 17
CAPr. NICHOLSEN 9
CAPT. WEISBAR TH 9
CAPT. SAMSON 8
CAPT. THOMPSON 7
CAPT. J. ULUNAHELE 1
Opium 870 a Pound,
Walluku, Feb. 24. Opium Is now
ttuoted at nearly $70 per pound In Wal
luku. Tho strict quarantine has really
killed opium smuggling. Somo of tho
Chinese are scld to bo sadly in need of
SEASON OP 1900.
Iwakaml rough braid straw hats for
'tie "won ot 1900.
been living In Washlngtgon for sovcrnl
years, Is making preparations to return
to Honolulu. This bit or Information
was given your correspondent by her
Into majesty herself, who, coutrnry to
her general rulo of not talking for pub
lication, very kindly acceded to n brief
Lllluokalanl living in a rather
modest and unpretentious house near
Dupont Circle, 0110 of tho (ashlonnblo
portions ot tho city. Her household
Is small anil consists of a nleco and
several servants. SI10 entertains but
little, and pilvtlego to call Is only ob
tained through tho Intermediation of
certain of her friends In whom she has
Your correspondent called with ono
ot theso confidential friends of tho
queen. Tho parlor In which wo waited
for the queen to come from her rooms
In tho upper part of tho house was
rather plainly furnished with tho old
fashioned hair sofas and chairs usu
Uy found In the Washington furnished
rented house. Somo pretty Hawaiian
photographic views placed on tho man
tels and piano were tho only reminder
that the 'occupant ot tho house was
Hawaiian. It took but a few moments
for Lllluokalanl to make her toilet and
wo had tlmo for but a hasty glance
around l-o room beforo she appeared.
Slio shook hands very cordlaaly and
extended her hand again when Inform
ed that her caller was a representative
of tho Evening Bulletin.
"Is Is something new, Is It not?" she
Inquired, "for ono of our papers to
have a correspondent hero?"
Lllluokalanl was dressed very
plainly In black and waro no Jewelry
excepting sovcral very handsome dia
mond rings. Sho Is not as stout as hor
pictures taken three or four years ago
Indlcato she was at that time. A wisp
of gray was noticeable In her other
wise Jet black hair, and her face bore a
look of resignation after suffering
much physical pain.
"How do I like Washington?" sho
said In rcsponesc to an inquiry. "Why,
I llko It very well nnd It begins to seem
as If It were my home. It Is much aa
It Is In Honolulu, clean, plenty nf
trees, and a nlco climate. Of course It
gets cold here but one can dress ac
cordingly. I havo been living horo
quietly, -but havo made somo very kind
friends, who are very truo to mo."
"Will you make this your homo per
manently?" "Oh, no. I am going back to tho
Islands in a short tlmo, perhaps dur
ing the next month. I will probably
como back again but Honolulu will be
my homo. I follow tho directions ot
my physicians who 'tell mo that I can
return to Hawaii at tho present tlmu
without injury to my health."
Lllluokalanl was averse to talking
about tho political situation as It ap
plies to Hawaii. She said sho was
paying no attention to the bills now
beforo' Congress providing for a form
of government for Hawaii. Somo ot
the features ot theso bills wero ex
plained to her but she declined to ex
press any opinion regarding nny of
them excepting to say sho thought tho
people could manage their affairs bet
ter at homo than people here couiu
manago for them. Asked If she would
present nny claim to tho Government
of tho United States to recompense hr
for tho loss of her government, she
"No, I think not. I havo not thought
ot making such a claim. I nm going to
Ilvo tho rest of my days quietly and
take no part In politics either hoio or
In Hawaii. If tho Arnerlcnn Govern
ment pays mo for what property I havo
lost, I will be pleased, but at present
It Is my Intention to mako no claim."
Beyond this Lllluokalanl would say
nothing of Hawaiian or her own affairs
nnd tho Interview closed.
Beforo Judge Perry at February
inrm nlnna tn anVAml Imllnfmnnta urn
nllnwnd to bo reserved until Saturdnv.
WILL OF D. H. HITCHCOCK
Reservation of Old Homestead in HHo
(or Family Resoit.
Division of Other Property Among the Sods acd
Daughters -Lav Partner and Servants
Kiudiy Remembered -Probate of Will.
In tho co8o of Yam Yal and four oth
crs, for riot nt Walanae, a nollo prose
qui was granted. Theso men had serv
ed live months at hard labor, while a
confederate had his sentence of on?
year mitigated last term to ono
mouth's Imprisonment, ho having been
arrested on a scparto warrant and had
nn appeal for mitigation tried npart
from tho others. Robertson for de
fendants. Judge Perry nt chambers nppiovod
tho accounts and ordered tho discharge
ot Geoigo J. Campbell, receiver, upon
his payment to J. M. Dowsctt, ndmlnls.
trator of tho J. I. Dowsett Estate, tha
balance remaining In his baud?. This
was In tho case of Trustees Bishop
Estnto vs. J. M. Dowsctt, administri
tor. Receiver In person; F. M. Hatch
Justlco Frcar yesterday, under an
agreement of Geo. A. Dals and A. S.
Humphreys, counsel for tho respective
parties, dismissed tho writ nf habeas
corpus and ordered tho discharge of
Henry Mainland nnd eleven others,
seamen ot tho British bark Inverness
shire, petitioners, nnd they wcie ac
cordingly discharged by Marshal A.
Lokalia nnd J. Dalmana her husband,
by their nttorney, W. S. Kdlng3. have
filed a clnlf for $249.50 against tho Re
public of Hawaii for articles destroyed
In tho fire of January 20.
Probate of tho will of tho Into James
Dodd was ordered yesterday by Judge
Perry, and the executors named lu the
will confirmed without bonds ns 10
quested by tho testator. They aro Ro
bccc.a A. Dodd ot San Francisco, his
slstcr-ln-law, and Robert W. Cathcnit
ot Honolulu. Tno testator bequeaths
his estate as- follows: To his brothers
William, Adam and Samuel Dodd, ana
tho widow of his brother Francis, ono
hundred dollars each. 'i'o his sister
Mary A. Dorrough, $2,500. To his
nieces Bessie and Meg, daughters cf his
brother Adam, and his married niece,
the eldest daughter of his brother Wil
liam, $3,000 each. To Anna, daughter
of his brother Samuel, 91.000. To Mln
nlo Green, daughter ot Margaret
Green, formerly ot Honolulu now resi
dent of San Francisco, $500. To his
wife, Margaret R. Dodd, her dowei
rlcht In his cstato nccordlng to law,
All tho remainder to tho aforesaid
children of his thrco brothers In equal
portions. J. M. Davidson appeared for
tho petitioner nnd no one to contjst
Thero wero also present In court Mar
garet R. Dodd, widow of deceased, and
Rebecca A. Dodd, his slstcr-ln-law.
J. C. Cohen by his nttorney. w. H.
Edlngs, has answered the complaint ot
Geo. Gottlngcr with a general denial
Bishop & Co. and the Orphcum Co.,
Ltd., aro garnishees In tho case. The
latter corporation answers with a
denial that It has any property of the
defendant In Its possession,
An Important decision affecting tho
rights of heirs to Incomo from cor
poration stock has been rendered by
tho Supremo Court, In the caso of Jos
eph O. Carter nnd Geo. R. Carter, trus
tees under tho will of II. A. P. Carter,
deceased, vs. Frances Crchore, Agnes
C. Gait, Cordelia J. Carter nnd Sibyl
A. Carter. It Is written by Justice
Fiear nnd concurred in by Justice
Whiting nnd Circuit Judgo Pciry tit
ting In place ot Chief Justlco Juud.
Tho testntor bequeathed, ns part of
tho residue of his estate, 875 Jhnres of
stock In C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd., to
trustees to pay the Income thereof to
certain persons for llfo with remaind
er over. Tho corporation afterward
Issued a stock dividend ot two bharcs
of new stock for every three shares of
old stock, nnd appropriated as pay
ment therefor nt par an equal amount
of Its net earnings nil of which had ac
cumulated slnco tho death of tho testa
tor. Tho old stock beforo tho issue
of tho new stock was nt a premium ot
ocr $400 a share nnd after tho new
Issuo the stock was at a premium ol
over $200 a share.
The trustees brought this oaso as a
bill In equity for Instructions as to tho
stock dividend already noted, whereby
tho capital was Increased trout VW,'
000 at a par value ot ?10J 11 share. In
declaring this Increus by rofcolutlot 'in
October 10, 189S, tho corpoi.ttSow or
dered "that a h'ocK dividend ot $i(0,
000 bo mado pro ril to rSio oh.uc
holders ns or Decflmyr 2t, lS)s."
Tho question for the court was
whether tho new stock Issued as a
dividend should bo regarded ad a part
of the corpus ot tho cstnto to he held by
tho trustees for tho remaindermen, tho
llfo beneficiaries to receive only the
Incomo thereof during their lives, or
wnctucr tno now siocic iifccu or any
part thereof should bo regarded as In
como to be delivered tn tho :lfe bene
ficiaries under tho will.
Tho Circuit Judgo held that all tho
new stock should go to the llfo ten
ants. Tho Supremo Court, after discussing
a host ot conflicting English nnd Amci
Ican authorities, reverses tho decrco of
the Circuit Judge, holding "that so
much of the now stock held by tho
trustees as represented cnrulngd, that
Is, up to tho pnr value of tho now stock,
should go to tho llfo tenants, and that
the balanco representing tho right to
tnko tho new stock at par, or tho de
preciation n tho valuo of tho old stock.
should bo held as part ot the corpus of
Tho reasoning concludes that "If
n distribution of earnings Is mado In
tho form ot new stock and tho slock la
above par, It necessarily follows that
the life tenant Is entitled only to so
much of tho stock as equals In valuo
tho earnings appropriated, and that th
rest ot It must jo held by the trusteo
as part of the corpus of tho trust.'
Robertson & Wilder for plaintiffs:
Thurston & Carter and L Andrew tot
FOR RING STRKKT WIDENING
An offer has been received by tho
Minister of tho Interior from tho Bish
op Estate giving all tho land along Its
properties needed for the widening of
King street to sixty feet. Tho condi
tions are that tho Government shall
construct a substantial tenco on tho
frontage, also tho sidewalk and curb
ing. Thero Is ono stretch of Bishop
nroncrty from tho Pnlama brldgo to
tho Tramways stnblcB, another out Ka
1 Hi t way, and n plcco opposite tho Re
form school, from which slices of land
ranging from 30 feet wide, downward,
aro Included In this donation.
Judgo Gardner K. Wilder, ot tho
Fourth Circuit, has admitted to pro
bate the will of tho lato David Howard
Hitchcock, appointing as executors
without bonds, nccordlng to tho testa
tor's request, David Howard 'Hitch
cock, Charles II. W. Hitchcock and
Corn E. Townsend, his two sons nnd a
daughter. To theso three tho old home
stead In Hllo Is bequeathed ,to bo kept
and used by them ns such and as a rcf
ugo for any of tho testator's descend
ants w ho may be by sickness or other
wise, without n home. If for gvod rea
son it should be found best to dispose
of tho homestead, then tho proceeds
aro to bo equally distributed between
tho thrco named nnd his daughter Elta
Mrs. Locbcnsteln Is given n lot on
School street, nnd Mrs. Townsend an
adjoining ono running 135 feet on Wnl
anuenuo street. Tho sons Howard and
Charles receive each a lot, with front
ago on Walanucnuo street equally di
vided. Ills half of n beach lot goes to
Mrs. Locbcnsteln. With tho oxceptlon
of keepsakes given to the children, the
turnlturo In tho homestead goes with
It. The Kukuau Second land Is given
to tho thrco executors by name Jointly.
Mrs. Townsend receives the Pohaku
loa ranch of 200 ncrcs, nnd a GO-ncre
lot back ot Dr. Moore's two lots and
tho balance ot his land Is for his sons
Jointly, unless one may cliooso to sell
out to tho ouer. Tho dairy Is allotted
to Charles, excepting Howard makes
a partnership with him ,the former
In this caso to get n fair salary bcsldca
his share of tho expenses. If tho place
bo sold, Mrs. Locbcnsteln Is to receive
8 per cent of tho net proceeds, other
wise 5 per cent of tho net profits so
long as sho lives. After his death,
tho tltlo to Mrs. Townsend s 50 acres
Miould be made over to her. His nleco.
Harriet J. Hitchcock Is given his title
In tho Puna land purchased by her
father, E. G." Hitchcock, and himself
Out of moneys from his llfo Insur-
ancso or any other moneys he might
leave, ho makes bequests ranging from
$150 to $25 to his household nnd ranch
servants, all to be paid In full, nnd to
his family and connections, pro rata it
enough money Is not uvallablo for full
payment, tho following bequests:
$1,000 each to his sons Howard and
Charles, his daughters Ella and Cora
nnd son-in-law, Will Mooro, and $250
to his cousin Almcda Hitchcock of
Nevada City, Col.
The Hllo Public Library Is bequeath
ed all ot tho testator's stock In tho Ha
waii Herald Company. Upon Carl S.
Smith, his law partner, ho bestows
all his law books and, with a tew ex
ceptions, his ofllco turnlturo, nlso the
old "Blue" Hawaiian code or laws ana
his legislative Inkstand. Besides, ho
requests the executors to not ask of
Mr. Smith any accounting of tho part
nership, ho taking everything of mon
eys In hand and due.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
Washington, D. C, Feb. 8.
Senator Clark's resolution with
drawing a tract of land near Hono
lulu from the public domain so that
It might be retained as the burying
ground of the royal family of Ha
waii passed the Senate todav, al
though not without considerable
discussion. Senator Foraker thought
the tract was of considerable size to
be used alone for burial purp ses.
Senators Teller, Galllnger and
others then commenced to figure
out the size of the tract and found
It to be less than three acres, anJ It
was a;reed this was a small ron-
J cession to royalty, especially de-
3 funct royalty.
5 The clause In the bill dedicating
J the lands for the purpose heretofore
J useJ was strict en out by an amend-
I ment offered by Senator Cockrell,
Senator Clark not objecting, -and
i the bill was passed. As adopted
3 the land In question li "w'thdr.iwn
J from sale, lease, or other disposition
j under the public-land laws ot the
j United States."
Some amusement was created In
I the Senate during the consideration
3 of Senator Clark's resolut'on by the
3 ground and lo'ty tumbling of the
J reading clew In his efforts to pro- g
1 nounce ''Nuuanu" "Kekuanaoa" S
ii and "Pllkoi" I
Wnlluku Town Peaceful.
Wnlluku, Feb. 24. This town is
guarded by only two policcmcnt at
present, but tho town Is very quiet, no
drunks or other disorderly conduct bo
Ing seen on the streets. This really
speaks well for the good behavior of
this town, although there nco a very '
large number of Chinese nnd Japanese
besides natives located here.
Tbcro hae been fewer complaints
made to tho authorities than before tho
epidemic got hero. Gamblers ot
course havo full sway but as n rulo
they do not dlstrub nny ono. Tho sani
tary Inspectors are keeping on their
good work of houso to house visitation
dally, and tho goodly appcaranco ot the
back yards around town aro a credit to
v.10 thoroughness of their voluntary
Plenty ol Provisions.
Wnlluku, Feb. 24. As tho cargo of
tho steamer Centennial was allowed to
bo landed by the Board of Health, tho
sovcral scores of Wnlluku aro now well
supplied with flour, kcroscno oil, rice,
grains and ordinary groceries to last
for a long while. Rice has gono down
to $4 and $5 per bag, but tho Chinese
say that New Orleans rlco Is not as
good as tho home article.
More Houses Burned.
Walluku, Feb. 24. Four cottages
along too Kahulul beach owned by tho
Kahulul Railroad Company wero burn
ed down at 11 o'clock on Friday morn
ing, Feb. 23, by order of the Maul
Board of Health. Messrs. W. T. Rob
inson, W. H. King and Father Llebert
were the appraisers. They valued eacn
house at $125 ot $500 for all four.
APPEAL TO ENGLAND.
Tho twelvo seamen of tho British
bark Inverness-shire, found guilty of
refusal of duty by tho Naval Court yes
terday, wero paid oft and discharged
at tho Consulate this morning. Geo.
A. Davis, their nttorney, noted an ap
peal to tho English courts against thf
finding and sentenco of the Naval
Court. Ho had tho appeal prepared to
forward to England with tho record of
tho court's proceedings.
Mr. Davis only uppcars for mitiga
tion ot sentence.
As to Jordan's Store.
At a recent meeting of the Board cf
Hcnltn. President Wood said:
"I will say in connection with Jor
dan's store that a thorough investiga
tion of that caso was made for the
Board by an attorney; and his re
port was returned to the Board. This
report showed conclusively that tho
Jordan store was not an Infected place
and so we allowed It to open."
STABLES ARE BURNING
2 p. m. No now cases today.
Another afternoon paper an
nounced n sure caso ot plaguo
nt tho Kallhl detention camp
yesterday but, as stated below,
this has turned out to bo
typhoid fcer. Tho concensus
of opinion in Honolulu today
Is that tho last case of plaguo
has passed by.
Tho Hotel stables aro afire. Tho
torch was applied at tho Ewa end of
tho stables at about 2 o'clock today
and tho engines aro distributed nbout
on various streets near by to guard
against accidents ns tho wind Is blow
ing first from ono direction and then
Included in tho places to bo burned
nro tho Lucas cottago, tho cottngo on
tho Hammer premises back of tho Lu
cas cottage, tho stables on tho Dexter
premises and tho Hotel stables proper.
Maul Plague Free.
Walluku, Feb. 24. No plaguo cases In
Kahulul detention camp up to 8 o'clock
this morning. Tho cuso of malarial
fever a Japanese In tho pest houso
is Improving. No deaths from tho
plaguo slnco last Sunday, Feb. 18th.
WEDDING STATIONERY. Engraved
H, P. WICHMAN. P'aB"0
Contain Harry Evans reports that'
tho flre has broken out In the hold ot
the East African again but that tho
captain believes he can control It, the
Iroquois having dono such excellent
work Sunday night.
John Emmeluth, A. E .Nichols,
Frank Hustaco, L. Schweitzer nnd O.
M. Whitney havo organized tho Wa
hlawa Sugar Co., Ltd., for tho purposo
ot conducting a sugar plantation on tho
lands nt Wahlawa, Oahu. The com
piyiy Is capitalized at $300,000, shares
$100 each, with tho prlvllego of In
creasing to $3,000,000. Of the present
capital $150,000 paid up represents
leases on about 20,000 acres ot land
which Includes property of Gcorgo Gal
bralth, tho Bishop Estate, Holt cstato
and others. Tho remainder of tho
stock Is all subscribed for by tho In
corporators. Tho olucers are A. E.
Nichols, President; J. Emmeluth, Vice
President; G. M. Whitney, Treasurer;
L. Schweitzer, Secretary.
Case of Cheong Wing.
Chcow? Wing, tho Kallhl detention
camp Chlnamnn under suspicion, died
In the hospital at that ploco lato lust
night. A post mortem examination
was hold and Dr, Hoffman pronounced
tho caso typhoid fover. This takes a
great weight oft tho shoulders of the
pcoplo In chargo of affairs at tho Kall
hl detention camp and opens up n more
cheerful prospect than has been theirs
for many days.
I It is believed that tho thorough dis
infection ot tho vnrlous bouses, the
continual examination of tho people
j nnd tho removal ot cases of sickness to
I tho hospital Immediately upon dis
covery, has freed tho camp from anv
I further danger of an appcaranco of
Senate Finance Bill.
Washington, Feb. 15. Tho Sonato
suustltute for tho Houso currency bill
was passed by tho Senate today by the
dcclslvo majority of 40 to 29. Prior to
tho final passage ot the bill amend
ments wero considered under the ten
minute rule. Only two of theso amend
ments wero adopted, viz., ono offered
by the Flnanco Committee keeping tho
door open to International bimetallism,
and ono by Nelson ot Minnesota, pro
viding for national banks with $25,000
capital In towns of not mora than 4000
Triangle Literary Club.
A meeting of tho Triangle Literal 7
Club was held last night at tho resi
dence ot Secretary H. E. Coleman.
Thero wero about fifteen members
present. A novel guessing competition
took place. Portraits of notuhlo per
sonages wero fixed on a screen, each
member endeavoring to guess tho name
of tho original. Tho successful per
son was entitled to mako a speech on
any portrait ho choso.
Refreshments wero scrvi-d by the
host and hostess and C. R Fuulcr and
J. E. Davis furnished mush.
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At St. Andrew's Cathedral tomor
row, Ash Wednesday, the services of
tho Second Congregation will be at
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