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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1535.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900.
Pbiob 5 Cents.
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P.3 To Raise the Flag, tw
Pa The Memorial Day and Flag Pa
Pa Committees of Geo. W. Do Pa
Pa Long Post, G. A. H., meet Pa
P"3 this evening nt 7:30 at tho Pn
Pa ofllco of Prof. Cook In tho Lovo Pa
pfa building to complcto arrange- Pa
Pa ments and program for Mem- pa
Pa orlal Day. Pa
pea Tho raising of tho flag upon Pa
Pa tho High School building will Pa
Pa undoubtedly tako placo on Ad- Pa
Pa mission Day. An extensive pa
Pa program of exercises Is belpg Pa
Pa nrranged tor the occasion. Pa
Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Ka Pa Pa Pa Pa P Pa Pa
Marshall Libel Case
J ' Is Before the Gontt
William II. Marshall wns put on
trial at 9:30 this morning for libel
committed in tho Sunday Volcano upon
Chief Justlco Judd. Judge Stanley pre
sided, Jurigo Davis sitting with hlra at
the empaneling of the jury. Former
Attorney General W. O. Smith assists
Deputy Attorney General 13. P. Dole for
,tho prosecution, and J. T. Do Holt np
' pears for tho dcfctulnnt.
The following Jurois were excused
for cause: G. H. Carter, I. Hubcnstcln,
A. D. Lnrnach, J. J. Egnn, C. II. Gruy
and V. M. Cunningham. Tho Court
excused L. C. Abies, defendnvt noting
Mr. Do Uolt availed hlnibclf of tho
three peremptory challenges allowed
defendant by excusing W. L. Hopper,
Geo. Angus nnd F. S. Lyman.
No peremptory challenges wcic of
fered by tho Government, nnd tho fol
JowIiir Jurors wcro sworn to try the
C. II. Collins, Geo. S. Hants Jr.,
Ficd. Philip, V. H. Smith, J. D. Tre
glonn, C. J. Ludwlgsen, Theo. Woltf,
C. H. Clnpp, Jas. L. Torbcrt, John
Effingcr, J. T. Copoland and Thos.
Mr. Dole rend tho charge also tho
stipulation admitting ccitnln facts
iilgncd by tho Deputy Attorney General
iVnd Wm, II. Marshall. Further, tho
prosecution admitted that the case was
not Instituted by any member of the
.I'ulil family, but solely by the Repub
lic of Hawaii.
Then tho Deputy Attorney General
offered In evidence "Tho Sunday Vol
cano" for August 27, 1809, containing
the artlclo on which tho charge Is bas
ed. Tho prosecution rested hero.
Mr. Do Holt called II. M. Ayros. who
was associate editor of tho Volcano.
Mr. Dole now offered In evidence tho
Issuo of the paper for Sunday. Septem
ber 3. Marshal A. M. Brown then gave
evidence, and at 11:29 tho Court took
recess till 1 p. m., when tho only re-
mnlnlng evidence would be thnt of defendant.
Filipino Make Capture.
Manila, May 8. Unofficial letters re
ceived hero stato that 3000 Insurgonts
burned Bulan, In South Luzon, on May
4, nnd drovo out fifty men of the 47th
Volunteer infantry, garrisoning tho
place. They killed many Spnulsh and
Chinese residents. Last week soma
Sorgoron firms, In response to a peti
tion, sent n steamer to rescue tbo mer
chants of llulan, who wcro expecting
Details of tho affair nro meager, but
It Is reported tho American troops were
forced to tako refuge aboard ships ami
that n gunboat Bhcllcd tho city while
tho rebels looted nnd burned It.
llulan had a population of 20,000 and
thcro wcro many largo rommei-i lnl es
tablishments located there.
The llrst two games of tho seiles of
I basket ball contests will tako placo In
tho Y. M. C. A. gymnasium Saturday
night, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. The
Honolulus and Diamond Head teams
will play tho first gnmo, followed by
tho Sophomoro and Matlo-Ilinin teams
at 8:20 o'clock. Admission will bo only
fifteen cents, tho proceeds to go toward
swelling tho natatorlum fund.
Was Early Assured
Mr. Oat wns only surprised last
night as to tho early confirmation of
his appointment of United States post
master hero. Ho was Infoimed last
September by Prlvato Secretary .7. Ad
dison Porter thnt President MKInloy
would contlnuo him nt tho head of tho
postal service In Hawaii,
Vessels tot New Vork.
Tho S. Frances has finished taking
on sugar for New Yoik and will snli
for that placo on Monday or Tuesday.
Tho W. F. Babcock Is ready for her
trip to New York and will sail tomor
Now In lluwailan Line.
Tho new schooner Mary E. Foster
that started out In T. II. D.iUes &
Co.'s lino has now been trnnsfeircd to
tho Hawaiian Lino nnd Is under tho
-control of II. Hnckfeld & Co. Tho Fos
ter Is now loading sugar In this lino.
CertiflcatcH lor Burial.
Mis. D. K. Kamalopele, Hawaiian
female, 68, consumption, Walklkl road.
David Koko, Hawaiian male, 1 year
R months, consumption, Knkunko,
'TIS GOVEhNOR S B. DOLE
Leading Officials of tbe New Terri
tory Are CoDflrmed.
Remaining Slate Is Practically Finished- Frear
Chief Justice-Cock and Bull Story
Pa Nominations Confirmed. Pa
Washington, Mny 9. Tho Pa
Pa Senate has confirmed tho fol- Pa
pa lowing nominations: Pa
Pa S. B. Dolo to bo Governor of Pi
Pa and Henry E. Cooper to bo Sec- Pa
Pa retnry of Hawaii. Pa
Pi J. M. Oat to be Postmaster at Pa
Pa Honolulu. Pa
Hi pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pn Pu
Ray for Marshal.
Washington, Mny 7. It is under
stood that the President has practically
decided on John C. Balr of Wyoinlnlg
ns United States Attorney for Hawaii
and Daniel A. Ray of Illinois as United
States Marshal. Tho Internal revenue
officials arc taking measures to extend
to tho Islands tho Internal rovenuo
system of tho United States, and tho
probabilities arc now that they will
bo mado a part of tho first collection
district of California, with n deputy
stationed nt Honolulu.
Slate Practically Complete.
Washington, May 3. Tho list of Ha
waiian appointments hns been practi
cally decided upon, although tho Presi
dent mny not send tho nominations to
tho Senate for a few days. It Is con
ceded that President Dole will bo Gov
ernor of tho new Territory; Henry 13.
Cooper, Secretary; Judgo W. F. Ficar,
Chief Justice, and W. E. Whiting. As
soclato Justlco of tho Supremo Court.
Judgo Perry of tho present Circuit
Couit may bo made tho other Associate
Justice . Of tho United States offlces
M. M. Estce of California Is expected
to get the place of United States Judge
and Customs Collector Stackablo of
Hawaii will probably be continued in
tiro service of tho United States Gov
ei umen't. Th ecliancca of D. J. Ray of
Illinois for tho Mnrshalshlp nro not ns
good as they were some tlmo ago.
Philip L. Weaver, an attorney of tho
Islands, son of tho former superinten
dent of tho San Francisco Almshouse,
Is spoken of for United States District
Attorney. The Piesldcnt will probably
nppolnt to tho Circuit Court Judge Ka
lua of tho" Circuit Court of Maul, a. na
tive Hawaiian. Gilbert F. Little of
Hllo, who has been In Washington all
winter. Is nn nctlvo candldnto for tho
Circuit Judgeship. Edward M. Boyd,
formerly of San Francisco, Is a candi
date for Commissioner of Immigration.
General A. S. Hartwell, special agent
In Washington for tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment, was recommended for Chief
Justice, but tho President was given to
understand thnt ho did not want the
place. Former Attorney Gencrnl W.
O. Smith of Honolulu was asked by the
President to tnko nn office, but ho re
fused. Ho hns been hero all winter ns
the representative of tho Honolulu
Hoard of Trade.
Bstee's Chance llungs Fire.
Washington, Mny 8. Tho nomina
tion of M. M. Estco for United States
District Judgo of Hawaii did. not go to
tho Sennto today, and tho Intimation is
abroad hero that it may bo a. week or
moio beforo anything further Is done.
Meanwhile tho friends of other candi
dates nro getting In their work.
PROVIDE! FOR THE DEBT.
Washington, May 9. A meeting of
tho Foreign Relations Comimttco of
tho Senato was held today, at which
was discussed tho proposition to tako
up tho Indebtedness of Hawaii ns as
sumed by tho United States when the
icsolutlon annexing Hawaii to this
country was adopted. Secretary Gago
explained tho necessity for additional
authority beforo ho could tako action
to wipe out tho lndebtcdnchs.
Tho resolution of annexation pro
vided for tho taking up of bonds nnd
other Indebtedness to tho amount of
$1,000,000, but It has been developed
thnt tho full amount of tho Indebted
ness Is approximately J4.C00.000, In
cluding tho liabilities of tho Hawaiian
postal savings bank. A bill was drawn
authorizing tho Secretary to tako up
this Indebtedness and tho commlttco
today authorized a favorable report to
bo mado out.
For flno full dress shirts at 1.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts nro strictly high grado ns to
and quality. "
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
Rooms ii-u , jrd Poor f a, m, 4 p. m
Hour I 7:jo 9 jo p. m
ANOTHER BATTLE FENDING
Boers Retreating to More
Roberts to Close on Their Heels
Hafeklog is Id Dire Straits
British Losses Yery
Thabo- Nchu, May 10. Ten thousand
Boers tinder command of General Stcyn
arc reported to bo east of Thaba Nchu.
A battle Is Imminent.
London, May 11, 10:G0 a. m. Lord
Roberts telegraphs to tho War Ofilco
from Rlctsprult, under date of Moy 10,
evening, ns follows:
"We havo had a successful day and
have driven tho enemy from point to
point. French with Porter's and Dick
son's brldngcs of cavalry and Mutton's
mounted infantry, crossed tho Zand nt
Vermcnteno Kraal and then worked
round In a northeasterly direction to
MnntBcahlipy, being opposed continu
ously by tho enemy.
Pole-Cnrew's division nnd Gordon's
cavalry brigade, augmented by "J"
battery of tho Royal Horso Artillery,
and by Henry's nnd Ross's mounted
Infnntry, crossed the river by a drift
near the railway bridge. My quarters
accompanied this force. With tho In
fnntry portion wo nro eight miles north
of tho river. Tho cavahy and mounted
Infantry are at Vcntersburg road sta
tion and Tuckcr'B division Is at Deel
fontclnnord. Inn Hamilton's forces nnd Broad
wood's cavalry brigade was making for
tho cross loads near Vcntersburg when
I last heard from them. Hamilton's
column met with stubborn resistance,
and Smlth-Borrlcn's brldngo was en
gaged for somo hours in protecting the
rear and Hank of his foice.
"Tho only casualties reported nt
"Killed: Rank nnd file, four;
wounded, five. No returns yet re
ceived from the cavnlry nor Hamil
Bncrs Resist Doggedly.
London, Mny 11. Tho Daily Express
in its second edition this morning pub
lishes n despatch dated Rlctsprult, May
10, morning, describing tho crossing of
tho Zand river by tho British, it says:
"The rear guard of tho end of tho
Boers, with their guns, resisted the ad
vance. Tho mounted infantry, two
batteries and pompoms cleared tho
way and tho third cavalry brigade
acted as n screen befoio tho main col
umn. Gencrnl French was on the left
and General Hamilton on tho light.
Tho Boeis destroyed all tho bridges
during their retreat.
"It Is Impossible, to asieitaln tha
Boer losses, but they aro thought to be
heavy. Those of tho British consider
ing tho Importnnt ndvanco made, nre
Rlctsprult, Thursday, May 10, morn
ing. The Boers opposed tho HrltlRh
ndvanco, holding positions north of
Zand drift back along tho whole line,
from Gencrnl Hamilton on tho east
and General Hutton on tho west.
Chlclly artillery was engaged. Tho
Sussex regiment charged a kopjo at
tho point of tho bayonet, nnd tho East
LnncABhlres captured another.
Tho Biltlsh loss Is insignificant.
Gencrnl Hutton had n scries of uitll
lery duels, tho Boers nlwnys rctlilng.
Twenty Boers wcro taken prisoners.
Tho advance continues. Tho Boers are
fighting half hcnrtcdly. The Free
Staters aro sick of tho war.
Purpose of Boer Retreat.
London, Mny S, 1:30 n. ni. The
HocrB are every wheio rctiilng beforo
tho British except on tho Natal bolder
and nt Mnfeklng to tho Inner circle of
their defenses. They appear deter
mined not to fight until tho Kioonstadt
hills aro reached.
Boer VolksrnacI Angry.
London, May 10. The Transvaal
Volksiand adopted resolutions on
Tuesday expressing Indignation nt tho
British for not concluding tho war In a
civilized manner, for killing wounded
with lances, for using nrmed Knfllis
under British ofilccrs nnd for Ill-trent-ing
President Kruger, ufter his formal
speech on Mondny, said tho British
were prepared for war In 1800, ns docu
BEJRG-STiROIM: IMLTTSIO CO,
ments which tho burghers hud cap
tured Bhowcd, but that tho Transvaal
to nvold bloodshed provided a seven
yenrs' franchise nnd then n five years'
"Great Britain still demanded," he
declared, "and the Republic nt length
accepted tho challenge. Even should
tho BrltUh enter tho Transvaal and
tnko Pretoria tho Boers will still re
main n free people. Our trust Is. In
God, nnd wo may bo confident that nc
will defeat the most powerful Ocncr
als." Adelbcrt Hay, United States Consul
it Pretoria, was present when his
ipccch wns delivered.
The Raad continues in secret session.
V dlspntch credited to an official source
In Pretoria says: "The European
powers have delivered a collcctivo note
to President Kruger Informing him
that they will hold him personally re
sponsible for tho safety of tho mines
nnd will support England in enforcing
compensation In the event of their de
struction." MofcMng Gets Hungry.
London, May 9. Tho tidings from
Mnfeklng nre gloomier than ever.
Everybody thcio has an empty
stomach and a pinched face. Tho nn
thes are no longer given porridge and
the whites now havo but n quart of
thnt substance anil 11 pound of horso
sausage dally. Everything clso catublc
has gone. Insulllclent food, wet
trenches and cold night nre deadly to
the health of the garrison. This In
formation comes from reliable natives.
Lady Sarah Wilson, under date of
April 27th, says: "Tho Boers now
number -1,500, Including young Elort,
Pi efficient Kruger's grandson, who has
sent for six more guns."
Tho Mnfeklng coi respondent of tho
Times, who nlso emphasizes tho ex
tremo gravity of the situation, says:
"It is impossible to Ignore tho fatal
slgnlficnnco of Colonel Hndcn-Powell's
referenco to tho hardships endured by
tho women and children, among whom
many deaths have already occurred.
The commissariat Is holding a certain
B'.ick of foodstuffs In reserve for use
In the direst cxttcmlty."
Vol River Crossed
Wnrrenton, May 5. Evening. The
Vnl river has been successfully crossed
nt Wlndsorton by Barton's brigade,
with whom Is Gencrnl Hunter, com
manding the division. Tho Boers have
ovneuated Wlndsorton nnd Kllpdnm.
They aro trekking northward and nro
fighting for nil they are worth. Barton
Is hanging on to their rear and sehlllng
Judging from the clouds of dust tho
retreating Boers must be In very
Tho Advertiser second team has
challenged the Bulletin second team to
n championship game. The first gamp
will bo played at tho drill shed ground,
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Tho
Orphcum tea 111 will nlso havo 11 gnmo
with the Bulletin second team boys at
The teams aio as follows.
Ad vol User P. Leey, c; M. Sonrus,
p.; Virgin, lb.; M. Alvcs, 2b; Anton",
ait.; M. Correa, ss.; Jockln. If.; A. Lu
bcci, cf.; J. Soaies, rf.; subs., M Cos
ta, J. Hlckey.
Bulletin Afong. .-.; En Cheo, p.;
William, lb.; C. Louis, 2b.; L'd Meder
lus, .11).; John Shaw, ss.; Kimo, If,
Sing Chong, if.; Kim Sang, if ; subs.,
F Luberk, M. Yin.
To Breuk Up Camp.
As soon nH tho horso transport Flint
shire nrlires which will bo In tho near
futuic, tho hundred or mote horses In
Camp Ruhlcu, Knpalama, will bo tak
en aboard and tho camp broken up.
Tho veterinary surgeon, his nslstnnts,
tho teamsters and otiicis at tho camp,
will go back to San Francisco at tho
(list oppoitunlty ufter tho conveyance
of tho horses nhouid tho Flintshire
The Queen's Birthday.
Ilei Hiltunnlc Majesty's Consul will
be pleased to welcome nil callers on
Thursday next, tho 21th Inst., tho un
nlcrsnry of Queen Victoria's birth
day, between tho bonis of 11 a. in. and
1 p. in. at the British Conciliate, Kn
palama Gent's Hcrmsdorf dyo black box su
perior quality, two pull s for 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s. Queen street for
ono week only; don't fall to seo them.
Dr. Coudert of Now York hns opened
an ofilco on Bcrctanla street. Seo card
In Physicians' column for olllce hours,
STAUNCH REPUBLICAN GILL
Edwin S. Gill Offered Editorship of
New Morning Paper.
Keuotly of V'z)tu-U.rd Work la to; Biltls
for McKloley Successful Cire.r In
Mr. Edwin S. Gill, nccompnnled by
Mrs. Gill, nrrlved by tho Coptic yester
day Mr. Gill was seen nt tho Hawa
iian hotel this afternoon by a Bulletin
reporter nnd said regarding his com
ing to Hawaii:
"Well yes, I may probably tako up
journalism hcte; In fact some of my
friends In Hawaii wroto to mo that n
new Republican paper wns to bo start
ed, requesting mo at tho bamo tlmo to
como out and take the editorship, If I
liked the Islands. I determined to
come and If the arrangements suit, I
shall probably stay here. I havo al
wnyj wanted to visit the Islands and
was nil ready to start for HnWuII sev
eral years ago, when mi accident pro
vented. "My newspaper career has been
somewhat varied, but I was never on
tho Denver Republican, ns has been
stated. That wns nn en or of tho Ex-
ItfKJ WSvte' u?
X -iSA ;'
EDWIN S. GILL.
nmlner. However, I hnve grown up In
tho newspaper business from n boy,
when I first worked In a country print
ing office nt Rlchwood, Ohio, nt a sal
ary of J2 a week. I havo considered
Arizona as my homo eer since I es
tablished tho Republican there ten
years ago tomorrow; although 1 have
not resided there nil that time.
"As to my work, I consider that
which l did for the Cincinnati Com
mercial, during McKInley's Presiden
tial campaign, as tho best of my life.
I wns nt tho city editor's desk nt the
time and resigned to tako up political
work for the paper. I attended both
tho Republican nnd Democrat nation
al conventions nnd afterwards, with
somo difficulty, obtained the paper's
consent to mako a trip Into Mexico to
wrlto up tho Industrial and financial
conditions of that country in the in
terest of the Republican Party. I
spent three mouths thero mid visited
ulnctetu out of the twenty-six States
of tho Mexican Republic. I went
thiough the mines nnd met and talked
with the inlneis nt meal time to get
acquainted with labor conditions. 1
nfterwaids visited and examined thou
oughb all tho great plantations of the
count! y nnd collected n valuable store
of Information. This I returned to
the United States In n series of letters
which atti acted national attention;
somo of theso being used by tho Repub
lican national convention In tho cam
paign. I might add that I carried a
ranicia nnd took my own pictures to
Illustrate my lettPis
"When I ictuined, GoNoinor Hindy
of Kentucky paid mo tho t ompllmeut
to say he thought my letters from
Mexico were ono of tho strongest In
line nics in cariylng Kentucky for Me
Kluley. Chairman Goudy of Indiana
said substantially tho same thing and
when 1 was afterwards In Ohio Presi
dent McKlnley nnd other prominent
Republicans paid mo a similar compli
ment. "When I returned from Mexico I
was sent to Washington by the Com
merclul whore 1 took charge of their
news bureau. In 1K97 I resigned and
returned to AiUona, where I remained
until coming to Hawaii. 1 like tho
Islands and havo no doubt Unit they
aro ono of tho pleasantest places In tho
Pacific to reside In."
More llogon Business.
Tho second coso of Hogan's Mins
trels vs. Canndlan-Australlan Steam
ship Co. was culled beforo Judgo Davis
at 1:30 p. in. A speclnl list of f0 talcs
men hns been summoned for tho em
paneling of a Jury. Olllcers havo been
out all morning notifying tho talcs
men to appear at tho hour btated
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction salo in
every lino, commencing from May Cth
1900. Call In nnd Judge for youisclf;
Iwakaml, Hotel street.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II. F,
P-a Federal Officers Selected. PS
f (Speclnl to tho Bulletin.) Ki
R Washington, D. C, May 10. psi
fa Nominations of Dole nnd Cooper Hi
Pfl confirmed. Mr. Cortelyou, prl- a ,
Wi vnto secretary to tho President Ki
in states to your correspondent Ha
PJl that Balrd and Ray nfo prac- JGl
'P.U tlcally decided upon for Unit- Hn
M cd State District Attorney and IPs
M United States Marshal. Estoo loa
Ha of California will very prob- m
IH ably be appointed Federal Pw
P9 Judge. J. A. BRECKONS. Pa
t fa ro Pa sa Ms M f.a Pa no Pa Pn pas
LAST FOREIGN SUGAR SHIP.
Tho Germnn bark J. C. Pflueger sail
ed for San Francisco this morning with
coiors nying. sue Is tho very last for
eign vessel thnt will carry a cargo of
sugar to San Francisco nnd sho must
be nt that placo by tho 1 Ith of Juno In
order to get her sugar In. She carries
the following cargo: 2I.3S4 bags,
weighing 2,979,170 pounds, valued nt
?117,70l.bfi and shipped by tho follow--lug-
7072 by U. Brewer & Co., to
Welch & Co.; 11,181 by Cnstlo &
Cooke to Welch & Co., and G231 by II.
Hnckfeld & Co. to Williams, Dlmond
Tho nchooncr Heleuo sailed for San
Francisco fiom tho Oceanic wharf this
forenoon with a cargo of 27.0GO bags of
sugar weighing 6,0S."),12j pounds, valu
ed at $117,52.' and shipped ns follows:
1G00 bags by W. G. Irwin & Co. to J.
D. Spreckels &. Co.; C000 bags by J. M.
Dowsett to J. 1). Spreckels As Co.; 2700
by T. II. Davlcs & Co. to Williams, Dl
mond & Co.; 8187 by Alexander A;
Baldwin to Williams, Dlmond & Co..
and 10,423 by M. S. Grlnbaum & Co. to
M. S. Grlnbaum & Co.
Tho Robert Lowers, sailing for San
Francisco early this afternoon, will
cany n cargo of 21,217 bags of sugar,
weighing C74.337 lKiiimln. vnlnml nt
II0C.3CC.10 and shipped ns follows: 891
y m. a. unniKium & Co. to M. S. Grln
baum &. Co.. and 20.32C liv if. ir.if.kfni,!
&. Co. to Williams, Dlmond & Co.
lite W. 11. Dlmond has finished tak
ing on sugar ar.d will Hall for San
Fiancisco this afternoon.
Tho Pflueger, Ilelenc, Robert Low
ers and W. II. Dlmond, nil putting to
sen within c fow hours o:' each other,
will undoubtedly make an Interesting
race to San Francisco.
Windup of Consu'ntcs.
Minister Mott-Smlth this morning
reported to the Executive Council that
ho had notified the Hawaiian consuls
that their duties will terminate at 12
o'clock midnight on the 14th of Juno,
and Hint thereafter they aro to forward
the ni chives of their consulates to the
Suretnry of tho Territory of Hawaii.
The Cabinet bus approved of tho ap
pointment by tho President of Dr. C. U.
Cooper anil E. C. Winston ns mcmberR
of the Board of Health.
Ed. Towso delivered an Illustrated
lecture In tho Senmcn's Institute, on
tho Greater American Exposition nt
Omaha. A. F. Cooko operated tho lan
tern and, besides Exposition scenes,
gave Hawaiian mid Cuban views.
I)n mou's Double Duty.
Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Fi
nance, was today commissioned by Mr.
Dolo as Minister of the Iuteilor ad In
tel I in during tho absence of Alexander
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just npsnrd by Hie
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock is now replete with goad fits,
good style and good vr.
If you cannot come in with your
children, send them In and they will re
celve just the same care anJ attention
and their eet will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foo"t If you'll foot the
bill, and promise vou that both will do
sat I if act '