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Vol. VIII. No. 1544
HONOLULU, H. I.. TUESDAY, MAY 20. 1900.
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14 FInA Raising Antlclpntlvo Iftl
a After arrangements had been ?Uj
15) mado with tho O. A. K. for flag f3
ta raising at the High School on Us
)Q Territorial Admission Day, tho Rs
Its Executive has been Induced to Pa
fca chango tho date of the cere- Pa
! Pa tnony to the day beforo that fsj
Ifel wo arc to celebrate. It will 3
i " roi take place, as now arranged at Vn
I a 9 o'clock a. m. of Wednesday, PS
. i te Juno 13. Id
' J iiimirQft!teeaainn
'DOWNING TRIAL STILL ON
' Tho prosecution Is still on In the
trial of Charles Downing for the klll
, ing of Pool. One natlvo man has been
' ,on tho witness stand all morning.
f Jcnnlo Alexander alias Vincent Drad-
, ley vs. Canadian-Australian Steamship
Co. Is still on beforo Judgo Davis. Tho
r Jury consists of P. J. Kurgcr, J. V.
Lunlng, E. F. Imhof, John Nclpcr, Goo.
, H. Paris, A. 8. Prcscott, C. P. Herriclt,
I Chas. Pfelffcr, Nicholas Brcham, W. L.
- , Howard, R. A. Dexter and C. II .W.
- Norton. It Is the third case tried of
twenty-nine suits for $20,000 damages
each claimed by members of Hognn's
Minstrels on account of being refused
' passago to Victoria in tho steamer MIo-
i Tho C.-A. S. S. Co., defendant, has
Jg filed a bond In $300, with T. II. Davles
,3 ft Co., Ltd., as surety, on motion for
, new trial of tho caso In which Hurley
Thyons, plaintiff, was given a verdict
f for $175 damages.
M Judgment has been filed on verdict
for $G00 with costs at $C4 for Charles
E. Bartlctt against the Hawaiian Car-
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'- UUUMU UU1UILJ. UU HllJLllJI, UL Lllt
Deputy Attorney General, continued
'the caso of Torano, a Japanese woman,
cwbo appealed for mitigation of sen
tence an a disorderly person, till the
next term of court, defendant to be al
lowed to go on her own recognizance.
Fishing With Explosive.
Knlua, tho man who was with an
other native in a canoo at Walklkl yes
terday when the latter lost an eye and
r hand through the explosion of giant
powder, was arrested later on tlu
chargo of flshtng with an explosive.
His caso came up In tho l'ollco Court
this forenoon but was continued until
The BULLETIN oilers to the per
ions who, between February ist ano
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
lt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is it libcrt
to choose between models oo, q? and 04 01
the loco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 91 i
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. MnJrl oj
.Is a light road wheel, weighing 210-5 , .inc"
7 Model 90 a heavier rnad wheel, wt 24 lbs
the bicycle to be electfd from the stock
jofthe Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agent;
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice ma
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prize, Klnfier Sewing Mo
4. chine $O.O0.
t The winner of this prize mav choo
between these thrre stvles of ma hlne
that with osclllHtlng shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automa'lc," with three drawers. Tlii
machine will be furnKhed bv B. Her
gersen. sole agent for the Hawaliai
8rd Prize, Prcmo Senior Ctuncrn,
I 4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
sutfit Includes I Pl.ite Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Hack,
Graduate, Stirring Rnd and Lantcn
Camera and outfit are from the Plioto
3upply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on theGraino
l phone, with O Records, SttO.OO.
This Is the loudest and most natural
Miking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
lelectfd from the stock of the Berfjutcom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All sjbscrlptlons must be prepaid at
i (cast three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists
j. Subscriptions should be sent In as
loon as secured, together with the name
ind address of the person to whom the
ubscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should Ik taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
iddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try Top these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 8.oo per year,
2s for three months; strictly In advance.
Program Is Complete
for Memorial Day
Tho U. A. i.. men have completed all
arrangements for their obscrvanco of
Memorial Day. Tho order and lino of
march as published In tho Bulletin
ot Friday havo not been changed. The
procession will form at 2:30 p. m. to
morrow, tho right resting on King and
Port streets. At tho cemetery In Nuu
anu tho following program will bo car
1. Music Band
2. Hltual Post Commander
3. Prayer Chaplain
4. Hltual continued Post Commander
6. Decoration of Graves O. D.
6. Ritual Chaplain
7. Music Band
8. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
9. Oration Hon. H. M. Bewail
10. Roll Call of tho Dead
11. Salute Post and Escort
12. Singing of "America"
Choir and Audlcnco
Tho officers of tho G. A. II. who Iwll
havo charge of tho observance of Mem
orial Day are ns follows:
Post Commander ....W. L. Eaton.
Adjutant Jan. T. Copclnnd.
OfTlccr of tho Day.... E. A. Strout.
Chaplnln E. Cook.
Col. J. H. Fisher is graud marshal of
ho day and will havo chargo of tho
DBATII OP MHS. fcLOGGETT.
The community was shocked this
morning at hearing of tho death of
.Mrs. Sloggctt, many of whoso friends
ivere not awaro that sho had been 111.
rhls sad event happened at 2 o'clock a.
in. Mrs. Sloggctt died of heart trouble
vlth which sho had been prostrated
for a few days. Yesterday her husband,
Jr. II. C. Sloggctt, was In fair hope:,
jf her recovery. .
Tho funeral will tuke plnco from tho
residence In Green street, between
Knpiolnul and Victoria Btrects, at 3:30
.his afternoon. Rev. Alexander Mack
.ntosh will conuiict the services. A
luartet of St. Andrew's Cathedral choir
will slug special hymns. Tho pall
ocarcrs will bo Dr. F. L. Miner, Dr. U.
McKIbbin, Dr. Geo. Herbert, Messrs.
W. Pfotcnbaucr, F. Field, M. W. Couu
.cr, H. E. Wnlty and Ernest R. Ross.
Tho lamented lady leaves n dovotcd
husband, a son and a daughter. The
jon is Dlgby C. Sloggett of tho General
.-"oat Ofllco stalf, and tho daughter thy
vlfe of John P. Humburg of II. HncK
icld & Co., Ltd. Mrs. Sloggctt has won
.inlvcrsnl esteem In social, benevolent
and religious circles within tho fow
years slnco the family arrived in Hono
lulu. Sho possessed tho best qualities
jf refined womanhood, with amiability
of a raro stamp combining a queenly
Kawaluliao Praise Service.
Tho pralso servico at Kawniahao
ohurch Sunday morning was very
.aigcly attended, and though the
xci'clscs went beyond tho usual time,
hey wcro so Interesting that this was
not noticed. Tho pulpit and choir wcro
jeautlfully decorated by Mrs. Carrlo
iloblnson. A feature at tno servico wa3
ho violin offertory of Paul Egry, who
rendered tho Intermezzo from Cnvaler-
la Hustlcana. Rov. II. H. Parker and
Hcv. S. L. Desha of Hllo both spoke
juortly. Most of tho tlmo was given to
pralso psalms, committed to memory
by members and given fiom tho body
jf tho church, exercises by tho Kawala
'ino Semlnniy girls, tho Reform school
and others conuectcd with church
After Investigation Into certain
sharges against Captain Holl who wait
iuspended from the police force Satur
Jay night his badge was handed back
10 him this morning and ho Is now on
Police Court Notes.
In the Pollco court this forenoon the
following cases wcro disposed ot: Ah
Chin, heedless driving, $5 and costs;
A. Hennanson and Thomas, profanity,
reprimanded and discharged; John Ma
noncy, profanity, nolle pros'd.
Gent's Hcrmsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. D. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
one week only; don't fall to see them.
Clarence Macfarlano win exhibit one
of his new Washington Lights at the
Orphcum. It is a grent light and
theio'll bo no lack of rcfulBcnco
throughout tho house.
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
Day and Night Cusses
Rooms n-it, rj Floor f 0 a, m. 4 r. m
Hours 1 7U gj p. m
DR. WIGHT'S COMPLAINT
Continuation or Bill In Equity to
Cancel a Lease.
Two Maitilal Vitals Mtt Bonds lo Uncle
Sam Ttwkibury Divorce Case
Hatters la Probate,
An order of continuance to August
term and publication of summons has
been mado by Judgo Stanley In tho
Tewksbury dlvorco case. .
Affidavits were filed against tho mo
tion to set trial day for James Wight
vs. Eliza Yatces Mackenzie. Ono Is by
A. S. Humphreys, setting forth that
G. P. Tulloch and J. II. Mackcnzlo arc
material witnesses. Another Is by A.
T. Atkinson, Special Agent In Chief if
tho U. S. Government for tnklng tho
census of 1900 in Hawaii, showing that
tho two material witnesses named aro
both special agents to tnko tho census
during tho month of Juno In tho dis
trict where they irsldc, and under $500
bond each for tho service, so that It
would bo n great hardship to require
them to attend court on any day in
June. Tho suit Is a bill In equity to
cancel a lcaso fiom tho petitioner, who
states he is 85 years of age, to his
daughter tho defendant. Ho claims
ho was Imposed upon to tho wrong of
nine other children nnd his wife, when
Induced to sign a lease for twenty
years of hundreds ot acres of land moru
than ho portions ho had previously
agreed to let his daughter have for ten
years at $1 per aero per annum. He al
leges that tho lcaso unwittingly mndo
by him takes up all of tho lands occu
pied by him ns a cattlo ranch. Tho
material witnesses referred to by Mr.
Humphieys, ono of tho attorneys fur
defendant, arc expected to prove that
the plaintiff was fully Informed of the
nature of ino lease In question before
nnd when he signed it. Judge Davis
granted the motion of Humphreys nnd
C. Drown, continuing tho hearing to
Judgo Davis has grnnted tho petition
of Mrs. Amelia Richardson to author
ize tho guardians of her two minor
children, Ruth nnd George, to Increase
their annual allowance for education
and support from $3,000 to $3,200.
Judge Davis has approved the ac
counts of David Dayton, administra
tor of tho estate of Alexander Moore,
deceased, nnd ordered his dischargo on
filing tho receipt of Henry Holmes, at
torney in fnct for the heirs In England,
for $2282 less $120.11 Inheritance tax.
Tho heirs are a brother nnd three
nephews. Paul Neumann for petition
er. SURPRISE IS SURPRISED.
The gasoline schooner Surprise nr
rived In port this forenoon after an ab
sence of about a week, bringing pass
engers, freight and cattlo from various
ports on tho Kona coast. On Wednes
day night tho Surprise made an at
tempt to get around South Point to
load sugar at one of tho Kau ports but
she was unable to do this, her gasoline
power not being bufllcient lo lake her
II. T. Hnmbly vs Peter Adlcr and So
phia Adlcr. Tho First Dank of Hllo,
Ltd., garnishee, assumpsit, has beecn
filed In tho Circuit Court, Fourth Cir
cuit nnd tho papers havo come down
hero for service. Tho First lunk of
Hawaii is brought Into the suit on ac
count of being the attorney, agent,
trusteo or creditor of tho defendants,
Plaintiff claims $1000 for selling 250
ncrcs of land In Olaa for tho defen
dants. Schumnn Gett Contract.
Gus Schumnn has received tho con
tract for supplying tho Road Depart
ment with six sprinkling wagons,
three street sweepers and two lumber
wagons. Tho vehicles he will supply
arc of tho famous Studebaker manu
facture. Mr. Schuman's contract
amounts to about $5000.
Tncro will bo a gamo of association
football between tho Honolulu team
and another from tho crows of various
vessels In port on the Maktkl recrea
tion grounds this nfternoon, play to
begin at 4:15 o'clock. All thoso Inter
ested aro cordially Invited to attend.
If you wish to got flno Pugarces call
In Iwnknml and get some to suit the
color of your hats.
BERGSTROM IMITTSIQ OO.
NOT ALL FOR CHiNATOWN
Now Rale on Building Permit: Good
(or Whoh City.
It Will Afford tkful DJay for CoDsldetlcg
IraproTtmtnls and Regulate Even
Yesterday's order of tho Executive
Council regarding street lines and
irades In connection wltn building per
Jilts did not purport to bo promulgated
Aith reference to tho rebuilding of
Jhlnntown. Nevertheless It ought in
Jdentnny to havo good results upon
operations In that Quarter.
I No new or Improved lines can bo en
'forced without legislative authority.
Tho order In question was n serious
want since streets wcro first attempted
10 uo systematized in Honolulu. Mr,
Howell, Superintendent of Pdbllc
Works, long ago admitted that It would
bo a good thing it intending builders
were required to get the street grades
from tho Survey Department before
proccdlng with tho erection of any soi t
of structure. There has always been
such pressure ot work In the Public
Works Department, however, that Mr.
Rowcll feared that the strict carrying
out of suih a rule In all cases would bo
Walter E. Wall, head of tho Uty
work in tho Survey Department, spared
a -ultctln reporter nu interesting quar
ter of an hour from his valuable time
this morning for n discussion ot this
subject. Ills facile pencil aiding lib
tongue, he showed how the order Juat
mado wns likely to work material good
In Chinatown. Aside from tho matter
of that quarter, however, Mr. Wall In
dicated the utility ot tho new 1 equip
ment in any part of tho city pint.
A property owner out on the plains
may be erecting n fence, say, on the
Berctanla avenue Hue. Unless lie
build It to proper grndc as well as line,
up-and-down Jogs In baseboard or
parapet baso Is apt to bo the unsightly
consequence. Under the new rule the
Road Supervisor will have control of
street appearances even in such a min
or respect as that cf fences.
Whcro benefit will ni-cruo In regulat
ing the rebuilding of Chinatown, for
ono thing, is In procuring delay where
new streets aro desired to 00 opened
and improvements or cxtrnsloiu of
old ones made. There will ho a change
to show the propci ty owner how, uy
straightening out tho lino vUh but
slight If any real sacrifice of .and on
his part, his frontage will 00 greatly
bettered In appcninuco and value
There arc many little Inequalities on
tho lines of the old streets In China
town which should thus bo corrected to
the mutunl advantngo of the city und
Owners of land through which new
streets are planned hut tud yet legal
ized will undoubtedly, In many cases,
sco It to bo for their own Interest to
come to rcnsonablo tcrnu with the
Government for condemnation of tho
required ground when tho time oumes.
And any who receive notlco now that
such streets nro contemplated will oc
cupy tho ground therefor with build
ings nt tho risk ot rcduclnc their
claims for damages nt condemnation.
Mr. Wall met with an lnstuncu only
yesterday whcro an Nppllriuit for u
building penult wnH qu'ck to see bene
,u to himself In n street extension, ;ut
yet only on paper, through his lot. It
was a Chinaman, too. Wchn ho found
that tho extension of Kckntillko to
Berctanla sarcct would give him n cor
ner business site, ho was vpry pleased
and said tho Improvement to ills prop
el ty would balauco his Iosj of ground
Reformer Goctt to Kiiuiii.
Having done Oaliu nnd Hawaii to n
turn In the matter of enlisting Chi
neso In the woik of tho Bow Wong so
ciety, Leung Khal Cnow, tho Chinese
reformer with tho vnltinblo head left
for Kauai In tho W. G. Hull yesterday,
thero to work nlong tno same lws.
Tho reformer was accompanied by tho
samo guardians, all nriuul for possiblo
Mauna Loh'h Report.
The Mauna Loa reports 17,000 bugs
of sugar at Punnluu nnd 5001) nt Ileum
apo. No rain in tho Kau district. The
Iwalani was at Honnkaa yesterday.
She expected to get her freight out by
last night and then to load sugar for
tho Martha Davis, now nt Hllo.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
I'AIN PEN. All sues, all shapen. 11. K
Southwells Give Goou
As on other (list nights tho Orphoum
was packed to standing loom to grctt
tho Southwell Opera Company In "The
Beggar Student." Every scat was tak
en long before tho director's baton
tapped the orchestra to silence and ns
tho curtain robe on tho opening scene
there wns a silence in tho house that
gnvo evidence that all were tlicro to
The opening chorus, ono of Mil
locker's best, was sung with a dasn
and swing that evoked a hearty round
Wlnfred Golf, tho baritone carried off
tho honors of tho ovcnlng, musically.
Mr. Goff has a voice of beautiful, rich
quality with a good range and an abun
dance of volume.
Mr. Wolff Is n basso with a sufficient
amount of power nnd pleasing tone.
His Allcndorp was rather mild for tho
blustering general but every ono last
night was hampered by Irritntlng trllies
winch wns no doubt tho cause.
Mr. Branson, who has taken the
place of tho delayed tenor until his ar
rival on tho next steamer although not
equal to the role musically, acquitted
hlmscif creditably under tho circum
Miss Gallingcr was a beautiful Laura
and Bang tho greater part of the music
Miss Falrburn and Miss Lndil ns Pat
mctlca nnd Bronaslavn, respectively,
wcro equal to rolts assigned them nnd
promise to become favorites.
There seemed to bo n mck of mastic
or nn overstock of sandarac prevailing
but bar that and the usual first night
hltche3 the performance bids fnlr to
become highly satisfactory.
IIOGAN ENGAGCMBNT PAU.
Ernest Hogan's Minstrels hnve Just
finished their necessarily prolonged en
gagement nnd It will bo many months
.re the amusement loving people of
Honolulu will again havo an oppor
tunity of enjoying tho merry Ernest's
wit. Numerous will bo tho regrets to
seo I'ho llogans" finally board a
steamer that will carry them far nway
from their Honolulu friends nnd ad
mirers. Their engngement of eleven weeks
has been a remarkable one. Well filled
houses greeted them at every perform
ance and tho engagement must have
been a success financially ns well as
Tho company ns a whole was excel
lent nnd aside from that each und
every member seemed to take an In
terest In tho company's good name nnd
conduct themselves accordingly, both
on nnd oft tho Btngo. They were la
dles and gentlemen wherever and
The departure of tho company will In
no wny Interfcro with tho suits against
tho steamship company now pending.
They will bo carried on by deposition.
Papers were signed yesterday which
transferred to Mr. Hogan a little prop
erty on which tho nblo comedian will
build a cnmfortnblo llttlo cottugo nnd
in tho future Honolulu will bo tho
homo of tho greatest colored laugh pro
voker. Hooked lor the Const.
Tho following nro booked to lcavo for
San Francisco In tho Hongkong Maru
this nftei noon Captain Scrlbner, Mrs.
C. Ludwlgson, Mnstcr Ludwlgson, Miss
ICthol Ludwlgson, Mis. J. B. Watson, T.
Rlchnids and wife, Mr. Rosenberg, wife
and son, Morris Lllllo and wife, Mis. L.
Beindt, R. Rycroft, P. W. Mncfnrlanc,
wlfo and son, Gcorgo E. Trlsby, Gcoigu
W. Tilmblc, Seymour Wntci house and
wife. Mi 8. A. A. Wnterhouse, John
Hackctt, A. B. Banmnnn, Dr. Donald
McLean, wlfo nnd child, W. C. Gregg.
Mis. J. W. Leonard nnd son, William
A. Bryan, Mrs. A. Y. Menlcouit nnd
children, Y. Abe. C. P. HcndeiFon, A.
Snllsbuty, J. A. Collins.
Manager of Pioneer.
Captain L. Ahlborn stated to the di
rectors of Pioneer Mill Co. that ho wns
nut Intending to resign. This settled
The Hongkong Maru enmo Into the
harbor yobtenlny afternoon and hauled
alongside the quainntlno wharf accord
ing to the new regulation regarding
steamers fiom Infected ports. Sho
came alongsldu tho Pacific Mall wharf
this moinlng nnd will sail for San
Francisco nt G p. m. She brought eight
cabin, 2G Chlneso nnd three Japanese,
as well ns C23 tons of general merchan
dise consigned to H. Hnckfcld & Co.
Among tho passengers for Knunl
In the W. G. Hnll for Km, at josforday
were tho following: AIIihii Judd nnd
wife, the Misses Hurtwell, J. K. Parley
ind E. Lovcll.
Tho Bonid of Health U urlng a ncv
let of olllelnl envelopes bearing In tho
upper comer, "On Servloo of t'io Ter--ltory
Tomorrow being Mcmoilnl Day, tho
tioard of Health meots this afternoon.
Tho Carllslo City, a freighter from
Japan, Is off port.
bnlarge Anln lirh.
Walter E. Wall, city surveyor,
has made a proposition regarding
tf- Aala park which invites tho
earnest consideration of all work-
H- ers for city improvement. It Is to
A1 secure tho section of burned dls-
trict Ewa of the park ns an nd-
dltlou thereto. This section has
;- a frontage of 370 test fiom King
to Beretnnla street, along tho lino
of Knmakcla street tint opens out
on tho railway station. Tho pro-
posed addition would add 115 feet it
to tho park frontngo on King
X- street, and 145 to that on Ucre-
tnnla sticet. Its advantage would
A4 bo not only In making n lnrgcr A4
; park. It would avert tho almost
A4 Inevitable result of having the
A4 Ewa end of tho nark bordered
with a row of unsightly Oriental A4
A4 Bhacks. Moreover, It would give r
A4 space for a driveway clear around
A4 tho margin of tho park. Tho prop- ?.
A4 osltlon Includes making a 5G foot
A4 street along the river wall on tho
-..4 Wnlklkl sldo of the park, where .
A4 tho cxtcnslvo utilization of n 20- A4
A4 foot roadway by vehicles shows
1- the desirability of a respectable
A4 thoroughfare. Thero aro only A1
ft4 thrco proprietors, one bclnit Jus-
tlcc W. F. Frcnr, holding the nub
A1 of laud desired for this park ex- A4
1 tension. Probably all thrco would
A4 bo reasonable In treating with tho it
x- Government for condemnation.
A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 it is- A4 A4 A4 A4 A A4 A4 A4 A4
DELEGATES ALL HERE
Maul and Hawaii delegates to tho
Republican convention nrrlved by the
Mauna Loa this morning. Tlila com
pletes the various delegations that will
gather In convention tomorrow fore
noon In Progress Hnll. Tho Maul dele
gates will caucus this afternoon be
tween 3 nnd 4 o'clock. Delegates from
all tho various districts will caucus
separately during tho afternoon and
evening. Tho Fifth District delegates
win caucus ai 2 p. m.
Drove Dr. Jobc'e Horse.
Iokcpa was lined $10 and costs In tho
Pollco Court this forenoon on tho
charge of driving without a light last
night. Iokcpa was told to hold Dr.
Jobo's horse while the latter went Into
the Orphcum to seo tho show. The
natlvo boy took advantage of tho doc
tor's absenco to tako it drive up Nnu
anu ncnuc, whcro ho was caught by
A Mlatilng Hoy.
Marshal Urown has been Informed
that, since April 16 of this year, Corne
lius Crowley Jr., son of Cornelius
Crowley of Oakland, ha been missing
from Port Costa, Contra CoBta Co. Ho
Is fourteen years of age, Bhort, stout,
of light complexion, has dark hnjr and
bluo eyes. His father thinks he has
gono to sea.
Among tho departures for Hllo and
way poits In tho Klnnu tlild noon worn
the following: C. Shlo?.nwa, C. E.
M0010 nnd wife, M. Lo'iisson nnd wife,
H. L. Austin, J. Muir. D. Macrae, N.
O. Wllfong. II. D. Altkcn, W. P. Lovs.
O. U. Grclg nnd wife, Miss H. Vlda, II.
B. Gehr nnd wife. Mrs. E. 11. Offlcy,
A. W. Carter, Horace J. Craft nnd wife,
W. P. Boardman nnd wlfo nnd Mrs.
P. 11. McStockcr.
For lino full dress shirts nt $1.00 ktch
L. I). Kerr & Co., Queen street. Thesa
shirts nro strictly high grade as to
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with toi fits,
good style and good wtir.
Ifynu cannot come in with vour
children. enJ them in and they will re
elve just the same care and atcn'hn
and thrlr ect will be iut as curetully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll in the foot if you'll foot- th
bill, and promise you that both will t