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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
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, Nli VOTE I-OK
vol. vui. No. 1545
Boers Are Now Heady
To Make Peace Proposals
London, May 20. It Is reported
that tho Pretoria Government has
decided to suo to Lord Roberta
While no confirmation of this ru-
mor Is at hand It Is generally
Mafeklng Relief Confirmed.
London, May 204:25 p. m. Last
night's court circular contains tho fol
lowing: 'Tho Queen received on Fri
day night with tho greatest gratifica
tion tho news of tho relief of Mafe
klng after a heroic defense of over
oven months by Colonel Baden-Powell
and troops under his command."
Tho significance of tnls which refers
to tho receipt by her Majesty of n copy
of tho press despatches from Pretoria,
Is that It Is the first ofllclal Intimation
of tho relief of Mafeklng, and It would
not have been mado had any doubts
existed in tho olilctal mind as to tho
correctness of tho news, but so far not
ono lino of official news confirming tho
press dispatches has been received.
Meanwhile tho usual Saturday
night's silence covers tho scat of war.
Cables arc mainly composed of reports
of enthusiastic Jubllutlon over tho re
lief of Mafeklng at various points In
A dispatch from Wlnburg, dated
May 19th, says: "General Rundlo
reached Trommel, twenty-eight miles
from here, on Friday, traversing ex
ceedingly mountainous country. Com
mandant Ollvier's commando Is several
days ahead of him, but stray patrols
of Boers aro watching Handle's move
ments. Ills men are In excellent form,
In spi.o of tho long dally marches."
A dispatch from Pletcrmarltzburg
gays: "Tho occupation of Newcastle
by General Duller has caused great
Jubilation. Tho magistrate) and his
staff, the A.ayor and tho corporation
havo left for Newcastle. Many of the
fleeing Doers have gono to tho Frco
Stnto by Millers Pass; others havo
gono to Wakkcrstroom. Most of them,
however, have gono north as n disor
What Kruger WontH.
Lourcnzo Marques, May ID. Tho
Transvaal Government decided today
to send a message to Lord Roberts,
requesting tho cessation of hostilities,
demanding a guaranteo that tho lives
of all colonials lighting with the Boers
shall bo spared, and stutlng that unless
theso terms aro granted tho mines will
bo blown up and Johannesburg de
stroyed. Tho Government has been for some
time considering the destruction of tho
mines. President Kruger and tho
cxccutlvo council wcro against tho
proposition, but a strong popular pres
sure was brought to bear In favor of It.
President Kruger has had a dream that
tho war would bo ended within three
weeks, which ho firmly believes. Thcro
Is much uncertainty In Pretoria, where
Kruger Is tho only strong hand. The
Boer President told mo yestorday that
ho would fight until tho last cartridge,
but many officials and burghers aro
shaky and desho a compromise. They
do not want to defend Pretoria for fear
that their property will be destroyed by
A large meeting was held Thursday
night at which the women oT Pretoria
passed resolutions urging tho defenso
of the capital to the bitter end. Pro
visions will soon bo scarce In Pretoria.
All Is being taken to Lydcnberg, whero
tho capital may bo temoved. Notwith
standing the discouraging situation,
President Stcyn maintains a cheery
and bold demeanor.
A few hundred men of the foreign
legion attacked Mafeklng Saturday and
carried several forts. Tho Boors failed
to support them and tho result was a
. fiasco. Tho relieving column of tho
British was then within a few miles or
tho town, and tho Boer Government
had stopped all telegraphic news golug
Nearly Caught flocrtt.
London, May 19. The Wnr Olllce has
received tho following u 'spatch from
General Buller, dated Newcastle, May
"General Clery moved to Intf'go to
day and General Dundonald to Lalng's
Nek. Wo almost caught up with tho
tall of tno enemy's column and havo
captured a few prisoners and wagons.
Tho men have marched veiy well, In
deed. I left Ladysmith May 10th and
by the road used am now HIS miles
from' there. Tho telegrapn section has
been indefatlgablo and tho army ser
vice corps has kept us full of rations
all tho time. The Fifth division, nlso,
has dono great service."
Work o? PenluriH
Chicago, May 19. A special to the
Times-Herald from Vancouver, II. C,
ays: Fenian sympathizers with tho
Boers havo made fm attempt to blow
up tho British fortifications nt Esqul
tnault. Tho big naval docks, whero
$70,000,000 damage could have been
dono, wero tho objectlvo point of tho
leaders In tho plot, who barely cscnp
od from tho guard with their lives.
For flno full dress shirts at 11.00 ucn
L. . Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shtrtB aro strictly high grade as to
TO LONOR NATION'S DEAD
G. A, R. Yeteraos Will Decora e
Grafts of Comrades.
Procession Forms at 2:30 p. m.-Ordir
of Extrclsts at Nuuanu Cemetery
Officers la Charge.
This Is the day that Is ho.lnir observe!
with solemn ceremonies all over tho
United States and Hawaii will do her
share toward honoring tho memory ut
tho hfavo men of the Grand Army of
tho hepubllc who havo died on her
Ever since there has been any occa
sion for tho observanco of Memorial
Day here, Geo. W. Do Long" Post, No.
45, G. A. II., has seen to It that com
rades lying cold In tho earth havo been
remembered most fittingly. This year,
for tho very first time, tho bodies of
departed ones hero may bo said to rest
in American soil.
From all Indications, thcro will bo a
very long procession and tho day being
flno and calm, there will undoubtedly
bo a very largo attendnnco at tho
cemetery. Flornl designs by the hun
dred to bo strewn on tho graves of tho
departed heroes, aro being made nt
various places In town today.
Tho procession will form on King
street at 2:30 p. m. today, tho right of
tho lino resting on King and Fort
streets. In order that people Intending
to bo In It may know their respectlvo
plnces In tho lino, tho following order
of procession Is published:
Lieut. Leslie nnd eight Mounted
Firing Squad from Cth U. S. Artillery
Col. J. W. Jones nnd Staff.
National Guard of Hawaii.
Kamcharacha School Cadet Band.
Knmehameha School Cadets.
Hon. H. M. Sewall, Orator of tho Day.
Worth Baglcy Garrison, Army nnd
Geo. W. Do Long Post No. 45, G. A. It.
Tho lino of march will bo on Fort to
Vineyard, across to Nuuanu and thence
to tho cemetery In Nuuanu whero tho
following order of exercises will be
1. Music Band
2. Ritual Post Commander
3. Prayer Chaplain
4. Ritual continued Post Commander
C. Decoration of Graves O. D.
C Ritual Chaplain
7. Music Band
8. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
9. Oration Hon. H. M. Sewall
10. Roll Call of tho Dead
11. Salute Post and Escort
12. Singing of "America"
Choir and Audlcnco
Tho ofilcers of tho G. A. R. who will
havo charge of tho observanco of Mem
orial Day aro as follows:
Post Commander ...,W. L. Eaton.
Adjutant Jos. T. Copcland.
Officer of tho Day. ... E. A. Strout.
Chaplain . E. Cook.
Col. J. H. Fisher Is grand marshal of
tho day and will have charge of tho
IN YACHTING CIRCLES.
In yuchtlng circles thero Is talk of a
thrco-corncrcd raco to Lahalna nnd re
turn between tho La Paloma, Eva and
Hclcne. Tho owners of the first two
nro very much In favor of tho plan but
tho other man Is holding off.
Yachtsmen nro very anxious to havo
some buoys or stakes placed in the
channel leading to Pearl Harbor. Near
ly ovcry time thero Is a run down In
that direction, someone gets stuck. It
Is hoped the government will nttend to
Broke a Left.
Toull, a South Sea Islander nnd an
employe of tho Inter-Island Co. had his
leg broken this morning. Toull wa3
ono of a gang of men working on sugar
irom tno niauna Loa at tho Inter-Island
wharf. Ho was standing on a pilo of
bags of sugar when, unon notlclne n
sling coming from tho steamer, ho
mndo a Jump to got out of tho way.
In doing this his foot caught between
somo of the bags and ho was thrown so
forcibly that ho twisted his leg and
broko It nbovo tno knee. Tho man was
taken to the hospital whero his Injur
ies wero attended to.
Gent's Hermsdorf dvp lilnpk nnr nit.
porlor quality, two pairs Tor 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s. Queen street for
ono week only: don't fall to seo them.'
HONOLULU j SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
Rooms ii-i, ud Floor f 9 A. M. 4 p. m
Hours 1 :io rt r. M
HONOLULU, H. I.. WEDXKSDAY, M Y
Temporary Organization com-
pleied This Morning.
Fall Delegations From hlacds But Kdnal
Kaulukou Temporary Chairman
by UDiilmous Yte Ad
journed Till EveniDg.
Cecil Brown took tho chnlr nnd call
ed the Territorial Republican Conven
tion to order at 10:25 this morning.
Then ho called for nominations for
A. B. Loebcnstctn of tho First Dis
trict was nominated by A. G. M. Rob
ertson, seconded by C. M. White.
J. L. Kaulukou of tho Fifth District
was nominated by W. Aiken.
Geo. W. Smith was nominated by C.
J. W. Kaluii was nominated by Mr.
Mr. Knlua retired In favor of Mr.
Smith, and Mr. Smith retired in favor
of Mr. Loebenstcln.
W. Luther Wilcox was elected as In
terpreter, Mr. Knlua declining a nomi
nation. Tho chnlr appointed C. M. White, S.
Parker nnd J. W. Kalua as tellers.
Geo. W. Smith moved for a call of
the roll to see how many votes should
A. V. Gear, thcro being no roll, mov
ed for a commlttco on credentials.
After remarks by Mr. Loebenstcln, It
was ngrccd to obtain n statement from
the chairman of each district.
First District Mr. Loebenstcln re
ported eight delegates present with
Second Dlstrlrf .T. TV Pnrla rnnni-ln.1
nine delegates present with threo prox
Third District A. N. Kepoikal ro
ported 1C delegates present with two
Fourth District Geo. W. Smith re
ported 17 delegates present with on'j
Fifth District J. L. Kaulukou re
ported 17 delegates present, ono being
absent without proxy.
Sixth District Dr. Sandow reported
three delegates present with ono proxy.
The chnlr announced that 80 votes
wero represented, and coiled for tho
ballot. Tho ballots were told off aloud,
and thus declared:
Mr. Loebenstcln, upon Mr. Kaulukou
being declared elected, thanked tho
friends who had nominated him and
voted for him; adding that ho could not
havo desired an abler or better man for
the position than Hon. John L. Kaulu
kou. Mr. Loebenstcln then moved that
Mr. Kaulukou's election be mndo
unanimous. 'I he motion was carried
Mr. Loebenstcln and Mr. Knncnkua
escorted Mr. Kaulukou to tho chair.
Mr. Kaulukou on taking tho chair
thanked the convention for tho honor,
nnd promised to guldo Its nffalrs to tho
best of his ability and with an cyo to
tho utmost welfare of the Republican
party. Ho asked for tho election of a
W. C. Achl nominated H. L. Holsteln
of Kohnla, eulogizing him ns a bright
young Hawaiian gentleman and law
yer, proficient In the two principal lan
guages of tho country.
Arch. F. tillflllan moved the nomina
W. J. Sheldon thought it would only
bo fair to elect a foreigner, since tho
chief ofllco had been given n natlvo Hn
wnllnn. Ho therefore nominated E. R.
It was objected that for temporary
organization tho olllce should bo filled
liv fl ilnlplrntn On mnflnn Mi A Mil
cast tho ballot of tho convention for
Tho temporary secretary on taking
his place mado a neat speech, saying ho
took tho honor ns ono to the Republi
cans of the Island of Hawaii. Meet
ings held In tho different precincts
showed that Kona, Kohnla. Hamnkua
and Wnlmen were Btrongly Republican.
Cecil Brown moved that tho chair ap
point a committee on credentials con
sisting of one dclegato from each dis
trict. Carried, and tho following com
mlttco was appointed:
Loebcnsteln, Paris, Kepoikal, Smith,
Johnson nnd Sandow. Tho committee
retlicd and, nfter a recess of ten min
utes, reported exactly the samo result
as had been ascertained heioro tho bal
loting for temporary chairman. It was
added that two of the proxies from ono
district and ono from another had not
been clecitd us delegates. As tlio busi
ness was new to most of the conven
tion, however, tho commlttco iecom
mended that these pioxtcs be seated.
fail b. Smith moved, seconded by j.
D. Puns that Hie chair appoint a com
mlttco of seven on rules.
U. M. White moved that the chair
men of delegations form tho commlt
tco. Geo. Hons moved that the chnlr ap
point one member, and the leapecttvo
ueicgations oue each.
A uebato that tnrcatcned to be Inter
minable followed, being taken part In
oy tho nuthors of motions and amend
ments and Messrs. Knhuulello. Gear,
Uesna and lauitea. Mr. Iaukca thought
time was being wasted over business
that belonged to the permanent organ
ization. Mr. Kahaulcllo was ruled out
or order for too much speaking
The original motion utiuliy carried,
and tho cnatr appointed au the com
mittee, named In order of districts, tho
seventh being a member at inrcc: C.
u. aiuim, r.. . rraser, w. U. AlKcil,
Cecil Blown, W. O. Achl, J. K. Kapu
nlal and J. W. Kama.
Mr. White moved for .t committee of
seven on permanent organisation
C. S. Smith Btnted that this object
was covered in ms motion Just passed.
As ho recollected, tho commlttea now
appointed wus for the purposo of draw
ing up rules ami regulations nniUvf
fectlng permanent organization. Ituled
Mr. White oved that tho chnlr ap
point a Committer on rmnhitfima f'ir.
ricd. nnd thpan wprn ntmnim.i. i..fr
ertson, Kepoikal, Iaukca, G. W. SnllthJ
mill I nnlinnnnlti 1
Geo. IV. Smith, nt 19-1f? nm-n.i n.t
In honor of Memorial Day' tho coincn-
iion who a recess until 7:30. Carried.
. The Convention.
According to thn mlinrpil -. i.nm-t nf
tho committee on credentials, the First
Territorial ItptinMlcin fV.nvr.Miin., ..t
Hawaii is constituted ns follows:
FIHST DISTRICT (ISLAND OF
A. B. Loebenstcln,
F. S. Lyt'i.i.1.
Carl S. Smith,
E. J. Weight,
Stephen L. Desha,
W. H. Smith,
John A. Scott,
J. II, McDonough. Present 3.
N. C. Wlllfong, proxy held by .Mr.
W. S. Wise, proxy held by W. II.
J. Dillon, proxy held by Mr. Mc
Donough. Proxies, 3.
M. V. Holmes, absent without proxy.
SECOND DISTRICT (ISLAND OF
John D. Paris,
S. W. Koktiewn,
H. L. Holsteln,
J. K. Nuhale,
E. A. Eraser.
Samuel Parker (alternate for ',. Paa
klkl.) M. F. Scott, W. II. Orceiiwell, G. P.
W. SI. Kalalwna (altoinnto for rt. W.
W. J. Wilght,
Sam. Ha anlo (alternate for .1. Kan
bane.) Present, 12.
THIRD DISTRICT (ISLANDS OF
MAUI. MOLOKAI AND LANAl.)
A, N. Kepoikal,
John W. Kalua.
W. J. Lowrlo,
A. F. Tnvares,
E. B. Carley,
W. O. Allien,
P. N. Kahokuolunn,
C. D. Loveland,
R. F. Engle.
Jl. C. Scarle,
D. H. Kahaulello.
Joel Nakaleka. Proscnt, 1C.
A. Hocking (proxy held by Mr. Love
land,) J. II. Mnhoo (proxy held bv Mr. k'n.
haulcllo.) Proxies, 2.
FOURTH DISTRICT (ISLAND OF
Georgo W. Smith,
James II. Boyd,
Clarcnco M. White,
Wallace It. Farrlngton,
A. S. Humphreys,
Clarcnco L. Crabbc,
J. W. Short,
Chas. S. Desky.
Arch. F. Gllfillan.
A. V. Gcnr,
Chas. B. Wilson,
S. M. Kanaknnul,
Geo. F. McLeod,
Jos. A. Kennedy,
A. O. M, nobeitsoii,
Thoa. 1.. Wall (alteinuto for C. B.
Cooper.) Present, 18.
FIFTH DISIRICI' (ISLAND OF
J. Lot Kaulukou,
O. P. luukca,
W. C. Achl,
John A. Hughes,
E. B. MIknIcml,
J. M. Kaneakua,
Geo. L. Huddy,
W. L. Wilcox. Present, 17.
W. W. Goodalc, absent.
SIXTH DISTRICT (ISLAND OF
W. J. Sheldon,
J. K. Kapunlnl,
M. O. I. BInckstad. Present, 4.
First District Present, 8; proxies,
3; absent. 1.
Second District Present, 12.
Third District Present, 10; proxies,
Fourth District Prwiont. is
Fifth District Present, 17; absent, 1
Sixth District Present, 4.
Totals Present, 75; proxies, 5; ah
sent, 2; total votes, SO.
-iiiw in mcciinf
Progress hall, In tho third story of
'rogicss block, was tendered frea to
lm rntivniiMnii 1... rnlA..n r.i... i.
1 nit.,.. ..ir fti....!-.
tho convention by Delegate Dcsky. It
is numirauiy suited for tho purpose,
Its octagonal shape, noatitllul lighting
day and night, cxposuro to tho moun
itnln breezes nnd, Inst but not lenst,
lliull nnd bmnil nnrl rln.m ntntrrun. ..II
combine to afford chorrlnos and com-
rort. lor the present occasion tho hull
Is beautifully decorated. Over tho
rlcllt and left of llln nlnirnrm inni-nlii
nro tastefully draped tho United States
and Hawaiian flags. Between theso
and over tho chairman's station a flno
unii over 1110 cnairman s station a flno
portrait of President AtoK Inlrv .lmnnri
with tho nntlonnl ensign Is suspended. wo,ll,l ho restored to her. So far her
Surmounting the seven outer tnsces of i own cfforts ""'1 those of her friends
tho octagon aro Bcml-ro30ttc3 of red, ' llavc mct w'1'1 no success and her long
Whllo nnd blue. Thero Is an olllclnl Jey to Washington went for
stenographer's desk uet-.lili's tho tnblo '"sht. Although resigned to her po
ror chairman nnd secretary on tho B,t'on tlic ex-Quccn Is still or n mind
imiiiuiui, un mo uoor lo ino rigllt or
tho chair amplo accommodation Is pro -
vldcd for press representatives. Each
delegation's position on tho floor Is
d1.Ht. t 1 ..I a . .
ucsiKiiuicu uy eiovatcil piacnrdn Ibo
8a mo as In big conventions In tho
ANOTHER IIANRAtlAN ARREST.
Haiirnhan. nollce ndlrpr. mmln nn.
other Important arrest today. This tlmo
it Was Private Stprnfpli! ilrlvpr nf nn...
of Iho Iiuena Vista Red Cross ambu
lances nnd a man who was associated
with the pollco officer before ho ccaHcd
Work nt tho hosnltnl. Tho rlmri... nf
heedless driving was placed against
btcrnreld. He was locked mi for llvo
mlniltCS and then allowed In nn nn lila
btcrnreld tells the fol nwluir Hlnrv nf
his arrest: "1 was standing on Fort
street outsldo tho Progress block when
Hanrahnu camo along. Ho told mo to
move to another place and I started to
drive oh. Then ho put me under arrest
frit ll w1 Ifiuc rl rl .! i f .,,.,. .. I .
tho terllllc lute or nbout twenty miles
nn limir "
(111 IlkLlllLnil lllll 1IIU. IV. I M I'MMM' III
Hnnrnhnn Is verv pvliInntK- lrppnlm-
his cyo on tho Buena Vista people.
This Is ms second arrest of hospital
men within a veiy short time. Stcrn
feld's cilfcc will come un tomnrrmv nn,l
somo Interesting dcveliinnipnlH nrn py.
pected nt that time.
A King Street Dog.
A Klin: street dnir nrar Tlmmn
Square that has been complained of
muny times within thn tmat iivn w,ra
inn out Into tho street Sunday while a
young native was rfding along on his
bicycle. Tho poor fellow wus thrown
off while trying to get out of this dog's
wny and tho result was that ho is now
lying ut his homo with painful hrulnes
all over his head and body.
DemocrtitH Will Alcct.
Tho committee of twenty-one or thn
Democratic party will meet in the olllco
of Kinney, llallou & McClanahan at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow night for the
transaction of Important business.
ii you wish to gci uno rugarecs cull I
n Iwukami nnd get somo to suit the
rolor of your lints. .
j. j iicnoit or tno Merumnt8, ra- v
uui tiL'inL'a inuitj was ;i nro roar (u r
wiuuicy tL AitusiiB msi night, tap-.
mill nun ii (41111 iiiiiiacii iisni'ii i mi
spot five minutes nUer tho tlmo or the
iiiicgcu inc. -Micro w.w nuitncr tminko
nnr smell or fiic then.
Tho Chinese hand-mnilo dhium-h nrn
mndo mostly or rlco fctrnw. nnil nrn
colored or stained on one nliln liv linml
m.. ..1..1.1 -. ...;.". " .i
uiu vinuiiiK curuH, which nro inin oc-i" " "" " "
tnvo sheets, aro colored crimson; pnlojeJi " If you were with them
red is used ror bills, yellow sprinkled
iui Buuiur green ior wrapping goous.
orango ror weddlnen, and so on
through tho list.
Price 6 Ok.vih
it it a- it it it it it a it it it u
ft.'f.non.dfin 1.1, 4:
v The success of the promoters of
it tho Kohala-Hllo Rallioad seems ft
it now assured. Hon. W. O. Smith, it
it tho attorney for tho company has it
it Just received advlco that tho com- it
it pany's bonds to tho amount of X
it $3,000,000 havo been lloatcd by it
it the firm of Dill, Bornclsler & it
it Baldwin of 27 Pino street, New it
it This Is a firm welt known
it financial agents who havo been .
largely Instrumental In arranging ;V
it tho Cnrneglo-Frlck transactions
that havo been so prominent of ff
it President H. B. Gehr of tho Ko- it
it hnla-HIio road returned to llllo
A? by tho last KInnti, tho plans sub-
mltted by him to tho Govern-
it ment having been approved, so it
it that work on tho road construe- ;Y
it tlon will commenco at once.
it Delay In completing tho flnan- it
it clal nrrnncpinpntQ ininiinnA.i j
it above, was caused by tho delay In it
..- wuugrcBH lor completing tho do- it
it tails of Territorial government,
it not by anv dltilmiltv in rrcntini. ..
Y- confidence In the enterprise Itself, ;V
it which Is considered first class. ,'t
it it it it it it it it it it it it it -!t it it it it it
QUEEN IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco, .May 20. Ex-Queen
Lllluokalanl, tho last of the Kalakaua
dynasty to sit upon tho Hawaiian
jujiuiai; iu mi. upuii uiu Hawaiian
tlro"e. arrived In this city last night,
nccompanled by a number of her loyal
frlpiltlR. H'tin nnrfv rnmn ittrrtntlv f.n...
friends. Tho party came directly from
WaslllnCtnn mill will rpmnlti horn until
,l10 cml ' t,lc month, when they will
"iiu lur iiuuuiiiiu on mo Australia
Accompanying tho ex-Queen are: Jos
eph Hclcluhc, her secretary; Miss Myra
Hclcluho, and Charles Hamilton Eng
lish, her physician.
Lllluokalanl has not changed mater
ially since her last visit to San Fran
cisco. When sho left hero two years
ngo for her native land nnd tho sccno
ul '"' -" mo inc was uuoyant in
spirit and hopeful that tho crown lands
01 ncr regni nro biio was buoyant In
""l inuiwiuu win uv iiiuuu
1 for 1,er " tl118 Government,
I Tno Hawaiian orchestra now In this
clty Bcrenadcd Lllluokalanl last night
IStt Vtr 1bXI W- m- mm . A 1. . Al-U .
"" "' muny ui ncr iricnus
fi!l'hcrcd in tho California to pay their
Iicspects. Whllo In this city tho ex-
uucne win reccivo irom time to time In
nn Informal way.
Wilcox Ih Returning.
R. W. A ilcox or Honolulu, who has
been In Washington, I. C, ror somo
mouths pnst looking after the Interests
ot the Hawaiian people in the legisla
tion pending before Congress, arrived
hero fiom tho East yesterday and Is a
guest at tho California. Wilcox was ono
of the commlttro named by tho natives
to repieseut them nt tho national capi
tal. Chi onlcle, May 20.
Will Decorate Curtcr'H Grave.
Maishal Brown, as head or tho Citi
zens' Guai d, and representing that body
or men, will decorate tho grave or tho
-... v.. ., VIII tVI -(U IULil UUIIII.
into unnries i.. uarior turn arternoon,
according to the custom that has been
I In voirun rnr thn iinnt fnnr vp.nru A
linnlltlftll llMnnlli rt ..il.tl.. It ...I.I.
......i....... tukuiii ui iwuiu iiuwi'ia Willi
a yellow C In tho center, will bo placed
on the grave.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II. F.
A LA-JOE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock is now replete with go. Id,
Rood style and good wear.
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