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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
TUB M08T POPULAR
Vol. VIII. No. 1538
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1900.
Pbiob 5 Obits b.
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Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
Tho school children who aro got- r
ting votes for their favorlto teach- 4
era should tako note ot tho op-
portunlty offered them to secure
4 one ot tho valuable prize's offered
. to tho perBon who shall securo tho
most subscribers to tho Bulletin
by July 31. A good chunco for
some bright young boy or girl to
send their favorlto on a vacation t
4 trip to ban Franclsso r.nd at tho
fr sarao tlmo get a brand new $70
The teacher who shall liavo secured
tho most votes at the end of this con
test will bo given a frco trip to San
Fr'nnclsco and return.
rho old Btanby, the Australia, which
ciln always be depended on, plague
or no plague, territorial law or no ter
ritorial law, Is tho ship that will carry
tho fortunate teacher who secures tho
prlzo on her well deserved outing trip.
Everyone knows the Australia, and
though alio docs roll Just n llttlo bit,
tho food you get Is sp good It simply
has to slay down. The genial captain
and purser will undoubtedly do nil In
wthelr power to make tho trip a delight
tul ttmo long to bo remembered by tho
teacher who Is declared the most popu
lar ot tho Islands. The return ticket
will bo good for four months and tho
visit at tho Coast wilt bo limited In
tlmo only by the desires of tho teacher.
If you want to glvo ono of your
teacher friends one of tho most pleas
ant summers they havo ever enjoyed
Just cut out tho votes which appear In
tho upper right hand corner ot this
page In each Issuo and deposit thcin In
tho ballot box at tho Bulletin ofllce.
If your aro not satisfied with this slow
way of bringing her to tho front why
tacn subscribo for tho Dulletln nnd get
your friends to subscribe. You will
get all tho news and tho most correct
news nnd get It all tho time, and In ad
dition you will bo given votes to cast
for your favorlto teacher as 'follows,
according to tho term of your "sub
scription: 1 MONTH 40 votes,
3 MONTHB 150
(6 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAR 750 "
' Subscriptions aro 75 cents lumonth
or 8 a pear In advance r ,
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 470.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 00, 02 and 94 'of
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel . 04 Is
1 road racer, weight 20 pounds. ftWel 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co., agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made brtween the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of ist prize b
8nd Prize, 8!nen Sewlnfi ma
' The winner of this prize may choost
between these three stvles of ma.hlnes:
that wllh oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. 1 Ills
machine will be furnished by B. Bcr
fterscn, sole agent for ythe Hawaiian
Islands. "' ,
8rd Prize, Premo' Senior Camera,
4XO, Willi uumi, qnu.uu,
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusinj?. This camera may be
nsedwlth either Plates or Films. The
outfit includes T Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays,- Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
Ith Prje, a Zonopltone, the Lat
. est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bergs trom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
All aiihvrlrittnns must be urenald at
!ast three months In advance.
- 2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons will be counted In tills contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
won as secured, together with the nam
ind address of the person to whom the
jubscrlptlon is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. G reat care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
iddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person in the Ha
- wnllan Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: $8.00 per year,
2 for three months; strictly In advance.
K1L0HANA ART EXHIBIT
New Studies From New Brashes In
Capable New Hinds.
Standbjs of the Art League Well Represented
Mrs. Marshal Galos Artistic Favor
Steady Improrement Over Former Year.
Tho "first view' 'ot tho Kllohana Art
Lcaguo was given last night to friends
nnd Invited guests ot tho artists. The
exhibition Is a crcdttablo one and somo
think tho best yet.attnlncd by tho
bcaguo. Tho well known work of D.
Howard Hitchcock Is pno of tho chief
factors of success as In tho past. His
work Is suggestive, clover nnd sale
able. There nre two volcano pictures
which nro extremely well dono nld hla
other Hawaiian scenes arc pleasing nnd
full of merit.
Mrs. Gertrudb O'Brien Is 'a new ex
hibitor In Honolulu and her work lias,
besides much genuine merit, n very
pleasing foreign flavor; her touch Is
dcllcato and artistic nnd her subjects
nro always well chosen. Her portrait
of n Lady Is certainly n very clever
piece of work; but there aro somo no
doubt who will Insist that it Is not so
meritorious as her Marchand do Mou
ron which hangs hard by. A dainty
Btudy of a bit of Wnlklkl duck ponci
shows Mrs. O'Brien's deft skill In lo
Mrs. Lllln 0. Marshall has a striking
group of pictures, two of which will
linger in tho memories of all who seo
them. These nro on Absent Boy and
Recalling tho Past. Both tho pictures
must bo seen to bo fully understood
nnd appreciated. Her flower scenes arc
especially well handled and a dainty
llttlo picture, I rom the Market, already
marked "sold," Is very good Indeed.
Mrs. Marshall well sustains her former
standard of excellence In her present
exhibit, which Is, perhaps, unsurpassed
as a whole this year.
Among the numerous exhibitors tho
following arc worthy special mention.
Jt. Kcllcy, Lau Shcong, Harold Mott
Smlth, Mrs. Alfred Willis, A. H. Parke,
A. T. White, A. It. Curry, Mrs. Camp
bell, Mary T. Mcnton, A. B. Tucker,
Mrs. Kinney, W. B. PInkhnm, Yeong
Chong, Mrs. J. Rothwell and I'. II
Dodge. Tho exhibit comprises 109 pic-
Tho china exhibit Is furnished by
Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Kinney and Miss
F. Nolte. the latter exhibiting a fine
collection of Royal plates. The exhibit
of dccoratlvo wood work comes from
Mrs. Kinney nnd Mrs. A. H. Oraham.
Mrs. Graham's well known work In
this department Is one of the featured
ot tho exhibition nnd will bo greatly
admired by all. Tho plaster model and
has relict work are In pleasing variety
and although somo of It is still in the
unflnlshed stngo adds greatly to tho
merit pf this year's exhibition.
JUDGR SMITH'S RECORD.
Carl S. Smith, who was appointed
Judge ot tho 3d nnd 4th Judicial Cir
cuits by Governor Doio is a graduate of
Stanford University, '93, and of tho
Northwestern University Law "School,
'95. In 1897 Mr. Smith came to Hono
lulu nnd was associated with A. S.
Humphreys and Ceo. D. Gear. After
this bo was with Kinney, Bnllou &
McClanahan. In July, 1898, ho went
to HIIo and became a member of the
law firm of Hitchcock & Smith. Mr.
Hitchcock died In December last.
Judgo Smith was appointed to bold
ofllco until June 15th nnd thereafter
until tho President makes a new ap
pointment. New Soda Water Works.
Robert Itycroft, of coffeo and legisla
tive fnmo, will leave in tho Hongkong
Maru on tho 29th Inst. Ho goes to
Philadelphia, whero ho will see thu
Republican convention, New York,
Boston, and London. On tho outward
tour he will Inspect all the latest ap
pliances for manufacturing soda wa
ter and other tempcranco drinks, buy
ing, on tho return trip, whatever ho
has decided tho best. When ho returns
ho will erect a building especially for
such manufacturing purposes, nnd In
stalling his well selected plant therein
be prepared to talk to tho trade. Mr.
Rycroft learns that great strides In
methods havo been made In New York
within threo years past, and doubts if
It will bo necessary to fetch any appa
ratus across tho Atlantic,
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction salo In
every line, commencing from May 5th
1900. Call In nnd Judgo for yourself:
Iwakaml, Hotel street.
HONOLULU s SCHOOL
j day and Night Cusses
ROOMS ii-ii, yi Floor 9 A, M. 4 P. M
Hours l tjj vy v. m,
FOR A WIRE GABLE
Mission of C. L Wight and Capt.
Very Favorable Place Found at Eleele
Rp:rt Handed to Today-Some Rtmatks
on McBrjde's Improvements.
Captain Campbell nnd C. I. Wight
returned from Kaunl Sunday. Thelt
mission wns to choosa a suitable placo
lor a wlro landing or cable at Elcelo
on behalf ot tho McBrydo Sugar Co.
They met with success and turned In
their report to the directors today. To
morrow there will be a meeting of tho
stockholders nt which tho report will
bo considered. This is what Captain
Campbell had to say of tho trip this
"My part In tho cholco of a location
nt i.,icelo was tho determination of
depths and tho .iko whtlo Mr. Wight,
bolng nn expert on tho wlro cablo sub
ject, had that part of tho work entirely
In his hands.
"Wo found a very good placo Just nt
tho landing where sugar may bo load
ed on local and foreign vessels and
freight discharged from tho same.
There, is no doubt whatever that our
report will bo accepted nnd tho proposi
tion carried thruugn. Yes, Mr. Wight
and myscif acted In tht; nature of a
committee ot two on behalf ot tho Mc
Brydo Sugar Co.
"While nt Eleele, I had occasion to
notlco tho many Improvements being
Instituted by the McBrydo Sugar Co.
Among theso was tho ditch tnrough tho
mountains back of Eleele, some 1800
feet In length which will put the plan
tation In n position to announce thut
thero will bo nn abundance of water
for nil time.
"This ditch empties at present Into
threo reservoirs, recently built, and
situated between Hnnnpcpc and Elcelo.
More reservoirs nro to be built as soon
"This water will be stored In reser
voirs for emergencies, us thero Is no
lack of water from other sources dur
ing favorable times.
"Should It bo necessary, this stored
water can bo nin from tho reservoirs
to Kolow, for the slope ot tho land Is
"This is only ono pf the Improve
ments. I might mention a hundred
FOR HAWAIIAN VILLAGE.
A gentleman in the city, Interested
in tho success of tho Buffalo Exposi
tion, received a letter from n friend In
Buffalo by tho last steamer from San
FranciBco, stating that two applica
tions for Hawaiian villages on the mid
way had nlready been received by tho
fair authorities. Tills looks ns If there
is n desire to havo Hawaii well repre
sented nnd, with the promtso tho Buf
falo Exposition gives, there Is no rea
son why a success should not bo scored
by those who have Hawaiian Ullages
There Is no reason whatever why
somo live young man, bncked by mon
Icd friends here, should not tako ti
company of Hawaiian musicians to the
fair. If tho schemo Is piopcrly man
aged thero Is no reason why n lot Jf
money cannot bo gathered in nnd the;
Islands given a profitable- advertise
ment. The Hawullan vlllago at Omaha fail
ed because tho nttendnnco at tho fair
was not largo enough to mnko It pay.
At the Buffalo Exposition It will bo
different. Situated ns It Is, within easy
reach of millions of peoplo and but n
step from ono ot tho grandest specta
cles that America has to offer, a very
large attendnnco Is assured and Ha
waii, being but recently given n Tc.
rltorlnl government, will undoubtedly
assuro tho Hawaiian village a big at
tendance. Drill Shed Camp.
,At 7 o'clock yesterdny morning a
largo force of laborers' began work on
tho buildings ot tho drill shed camp
with hammers and chisels and by ."
o'clock thero will bo nothing left
standing. As tho work progresses tho
corrugated Iron and lumber nro belnt
piled preparatory to removal by the
parties who bought tho material at
auction tho other day.
The Quccii'h Birthday.
Besides tho nlready announced re
ceiving or visitors by Mr. Hoaro nt tho
Consulato In tho morning, Queen Vic
toria's birthday will be colebrntcd'wlth
a cricket match and an at homo on
Maklkl recreation grounds from 2 to
6 p. m.
BBRGSTROM IMTTSIO OO.
TRYING TO GET A JURY
Panel Eriaosted and Talesmen Called
for Harder Trial.
Falling Health of Venerable Dr. Wight
A Hagey Cure Cimpany Case-Second
Hogan Dimage Suit.
William Eston, tho negro charged
with tho murder of Toyo Jackson, wns
brought before Judge Stanley for trial
yesterdny, but tho Court adjourned Im
mediately after opening out of respect
to tho memory of Chief Justice Judd.
This morning tho empaneling of a Jury
wns begun. Tho following nnmed be
ing examined under oath were excused
for cause: W. H. Smith, W. M. Cun
ningham, Geo. S. Hnrrls Jr., h. C.
Abies, Geo. Angus, O. A. Schuman,
C. H. Clapp, Jas. L. Torbcrt, C. B. Gray,
J. J. Egan nnd Jas. Mclncrny, while
A. D. Larnach was excused by consont.
J. Efllnger wns excused by tho prose
cution, nnd G. R. Carter by tho de
fense. Tho regular panel of Jurors
having been exhausted, thero being a
Jury sitting before Juugo Davis In a
civil case, the Court nt 10:G5 took n
recess until 1:30 p. m. to give the clerk
nnd bailiff time to sommon tnlesmcn.
Tho Jurors remaining In tho box nt
recess, with live peiemptory challenges
on each side still avatlnb.e, wero I.
Uubcnsteln, J. D. Trcglonn, C. R. Col
lins, f. S. Lyman, J. T. Copelnnd, Frd
Phllp, C. J. Ludwlgsen, Thco. Wolff,
T. Krouse, II. Korbo nnd II. J. Galla
gher. E. P. Dole, Deputy Attorney Gencrnl,
assisted by J. W. Cathcart, aro con
ducting tho prosecution, and Chas.
Crclghton nnd L. M. Strauss tho de
fense. 'the second ot the 29 dumnge suits ol
Hognn's Minstrels against the Cann-dlan-Australlan
was resumed from Saturday, being ad
journed yesterday, beforo Judge Davis
Robertson & Wilder fllo n brief for
plaintiff on demurrer In the assumpsit
suit ot Thomas Mllner Harrison vs. J.
A. Magoon et ol. Tho suit Is based on
a "Hngey euro' 'company's contract,
and Involves n Judgment given in New
Zealand It clolmo damages for with
holding company stock of the value of
2,000 or about 110,000.
Pocpoo and Knlln for petitioner nnd
Barenaba for the mother of deceased
agreo to continue the matter of tho es
tate ot Esther Kalaukoa, w., minor, de
ceased, "until moved on by them nt nn
early dato In tho near future."
E. A. Mott-Smlth, administrator ot
tho csate ot Joseph Gomez, has filed
his account, showing leceplts $3788.01,
payments $1282.36, balance $2505.65.
Kinney, Ballou & McClanahan for
plaintiff glvo r.otico of motion for hear
ing to Cecil Brown for defendant, In
tho equity suit of James Wight vs.
Eliza Yates Mackenzie. Mr. McClana
han makes nuldavlt that the plaintiff
Dr. James Wight of Kohala is very
old and feeble, being over 80 years of
ago and his health rapidly falling, and
that unless tho cause Is set for a speedy
hearing thero Is likelihood that ho will
bo unable to nttend tho hearing.
Jarcd S. Smith for plaintiff gives no
tlco to John Grrlg fordefend.intjjf mo
tion to dismiss defendant's appeal, In
E. C. Gicenwell vs. Mnnoel G. Sllvu,
on the ground that the nppenl does not
suite the points of luw upon which it
wns taken from tho District Court of
MACFARLANE WILL STRIVE.
It has been reported In tho newspu
Iis nnd on tho street that tho Mc
Brydo Plantation Co.'s bonds, to the
amount of $750,000, havo been floated
in San Francisco by Col. Geo. W. Mac
fnrlane. Tho statement, It t.cems, Is
somewhat premature, us 110 actual ar
rangements huvo been effected; but It
la n fuel nevertheless that Mr. Mnc
farluno hns agreed to take tho bonds to
tho umoilnt of $750,000 upon terms
which havo not been accepted ns yet
as far as known. Tho Htntcmeiit that
Mr. Macfnrlano went to Now York to
placo tho bonds Is 1111 cnor; his busi
ness In that city being nn other mat
Tho opening of bids for machinery
advertised In tho By Authority column
has been postponed to May 25th at 1
For fine full dress shirts nt $1.00 each
L. B. Korr & Co., Queen street. Theso
shirts are strictly high grado as to T
NEW ELECTION IN SEVENTH
Will Probably Be Called for This
Evening at 7 O'clock.
Sense of General Committee-Fraud Not
Credited -Walanae Has Not Decided
lis Tie Vote As Yet.
It Is highly probable that n new
election will bo held this evening In
tho Sevoiithjircclnct of tho Fifth Dis
trict whero a mix-up In the balloting
An appeal has been made to the gen
eral coinmlttco elected by tho mass
meeting and up to 10 o'clock nearly all
of tho com I mt tee of 33 had signed tho
call for a now election. Mr. Winston
and K. R. a. Wnllaco aro presenting
tho cat! for signatures. The first name
on tho list Is Cecil Brown, chairman
and no members of tho committee havo
thus far refused to sign.
In speaking ot tho nffalr both Mr.
Winston nnd Mr. Wnlmco assented to
(ho general uellef that the ballot box
stuffing was not dono with tho know
ledge or consent directly or Indirectly
ot cither of tho three candidates Inter
ested. Thero Is nlso tho Arm belief in
many quarters tnat tho trouble was
duo to lax methods In checking the
Leaving tho mistakes of tho past to
settle themselves, the election held to
night will scttlo tho arfnir, tho Judgci
will bo on the alert nnd tho best man
Tho election fur a dlstilct delegate
to tho convention from the fourth pre
cinct; fifth district nt Walanac, Oahu,
wns n tie on Inst Saturday, and It has
not yet been decided whether nnothor
election will bo held or not. Applica
tion was mado to Cecil Brown, Presi
dent of the Republican mas3 meeting,
who told them to call another election
beforo the meeting of the convention
tomorrow. A telephone message from
Wntanno Court House this afternoon,
however, states that no election has
been called for this ovcnlng nnd that
there seems to bo no movement afoot
for calling another election.
POLLllZ'S Nhtf YORK TASK
Tho Wlllctt & Orny circular of May
Mr. Edward Pollitz, senior member
of the firm of Poliltz & Co., nt San
Frunclsco, has called on us nnd given
us somo Information regnidlug tho Ha
wnllun BUgar industry. Tho Him Is the
ono which about two years ngo so suc
cessful! engineered the deal In tho
stock of the Hawaiian Commercial tc
Sugar Company, which culminated in
tho transfer of tho control of tho com
pany to parties resident In tho Hawa
iian Islands. Since then thu llim npld
ly advanced to 11 leading position in
financial matters In connection with
the Hawaiian Islands. Mr. PolllU es
timates tho crop this year nt nbout
2S0.000 tons, which ho thinks will In
tho near future, say flvo yenr3, roach
500,000 tons. Ho says: "Wo nro not
afraid of Cuba, my latest iiifjrmntlr.u
fiom Honolulu being ot Mich a nature
ns to astound tho most sungu!n '1 he
famous Ewn plantation repoits yield of
13 and 14 tons of sugar per acre, tho
Hawaiian Commercial Co. about j0
tons sugar per acre, tho net piotlts be
ing nbout $50 per ton. Wo havo placed
finite 11 number of plantations on tho
San Francisco market, and every one
of them Is paying good dividends Wo,
011 tho Paclflo Coast, consider tho su;ar
Industry as stable ns inllro.ullnn and
possibly less hazardous. Tho labor
question hns been unduly magnliled,
and tho transition from contract to freo
labor will cmiso no trouble, mid ex
perience; has shown that freo labor,
while better paid, furnish bitter Je
suits as it substitutes a desirable
class of people for a roving popula
tl.ni." Mr. Pollitz is hero fcr the pur
pose of Introducing the most uttrac
tho Hawaiian sugar stocks on the New
YOUNG ISLANDER GRADUATES.
Gcoik" Robi'it Ewnit, Kll.iuea, Ka
unl, Hawaiian Islands, graduated In
Civil Engineering witn the degreo IS.
Sc. nt the convocation of McGIll Uni
versity, Montreal, on April 30. At tho
samo convocation Captain A. T. Mnhiin,
U. S. N., received tho honorary degioo
of LL. D.', and this inblo mssago was
received from Lord Strathconn: "Ex
ceedingly regret inability to bo with
friends of McGIll today, tu nsslst in
dolhg honor to Captain Malum, whom
wo aro proud to honor ns ono of our
alumni." The young man who hns
won tho degree of Bachelor of Sclcnco,
ns above mentioned, is 1I10 son of Geo.
R. Ewnrt, manager of Kllaurn planta
tion. THE WATERMAN IDEA KOI N
i'AIN PEN. All slies, all shapes. II. F.
Ninety per cent of American women
spend losH than $50 n year for clothing.
The Republican District Conven-
tlons will be hold nt 10 o'clock to-
morrow forenoon In tho Judiciary
Building. Delegates from tho dlf-
fcrcnt precincts will meet sep-
nrntely. Tho object of tho meet-
Ins will bo to elect IS delegates
from each district to tho Tcrritor-
lal convention to bo held In tho
Opcrn House WednnjJuy, May 30.
fr First Precinct, J. II. Bovd.
Second Precinct, Chat lo-iWIlcox,
C. M. White.
Third Precinct, . S. Humphreys.
Fourth Precinct, Clarence l
Fifth Precinct. J. W. Short.
Sixth Precinct, Dr. C. 11. Cooper.
Seventh Precinct. Ns election.
First Precinct, Frank P.ihla.
Second Precinct. Georgo Weight
Third Precinct. C. P. Iankca.
Fifth Precinct, Edwin Fnrmer.
Sixth Precinct, Frnnk Archer.
Soventh Precinct, Election con-
Eighth Precinct, W. C. Achl.
Ninth Precinct, J. A. Hughes.
Tenth Precinct. I. L. Kaulukou.
According to the plan of organl-
zatlon laid down, by tho general
committee, each dhCict has three
delegates for ovory legislative
! representative. Undor tho Tor-
rltorlal law tho Fom-tn nnd Fifth
Districts hnvc six reprcsontnllves
each, thus entitling each district
to 18 delegates in tho Territorial
convention. IP seems to bo. con-
ceded that tho District delegates
will elect themselves to tho 'I en I-
torlnl convention. Consequently 'K
tho Fourth District convention
that meets tomorrow will bdd
eleven delegates to their number
and tho Fifth District convention
fr will add eight.
The Island of Hawaii will havo
24 delegntcs to tho Territorial
convention; Maul, Motokal, l.ni-
nl ond Knhoolawe IS: Kauai, 12. 4
The Fifth District convention to
be held tomorrow will decide the
contested election In the Seventh
Chaiiman McGrew Names'
tbe Democratic Committee
Dr. John S. McGrew, chairman ot
the Democratic mass meeting held last
Wednesday evening nt Progress Hall,
hns appointed tho following commlttco
to prepare n plan of enrollment and
organization nnd prepare nn nddrcsj to
tho cpople of the Territory of Hawaii,
In accordance with the rcholutlou
adopted at that meeting:
Dr. John S. McGrew, Col. Charles J.
.McCarthy, John Wise, Charles I,.
Rhodes, Frank Brown, William II.
Cornwcll, E. B. McClanahan, John D.
Holt, James Qulnn, John J. Egnn, John
E. Bush, Joseph S. Martin, J. K. Wil
der, John Efllnger, Joseph M. Cumara,
Edmund II. Hart, Wllmcr H. Johnson,
W. S. Wlthcre nnd J. L. Coko nnd R.
W. Bootc of Maul; Captain C. J. Camp
bell. A meeting of tho commlttco Is called
for Thursday evening. May 21, nt Dr.
McGrcw's ofllce, Hotel street,
Gent's Ucrmsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only; don't fall to see them.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with good fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In and they will re
eclve just the same care and attention
and their eet will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot tin
bill, and promise you that both will b
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