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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
ONE VOTE FOR
TUB MOST POPULAR
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1517.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1900.
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BAR ASSOCIATION MEETING
Hon. Paul Neumann, president, wns
In tho chair at tho annual meeting ot
tho Hawaiian Bar Association yester
day, with him being present: Arthur
A. Wilder, secretary; Andrews, Ka-nc,
Hcnshall, Smith, Ballon, McCInnahan,
Case, Marx, Monsarrat, Parke, Chll
tlngworth, Davis and Ilankey.
Treasurer Ka-nc reported u balanco
In hand of $233.
W. O. Smith, 8. M. Ballou, J. M. Mon
sarrat, F. C. Parko and F. W. Hnnkey
were appointed a committee to tnkc
full charge- of the annual dinner.
A committco of three was appointed
to buy a eouventr to be presented to
Judgo Stanley on Mb rotlrcmcnt from
Messrs. McCInnahan, Davis and Marx
were appointed a committco to procuro
a portrait ot the late Chief Justlco
Judd for presentation to the Supremo
By resolution President Neumann,
Ka-no and Andrews were appointed a
committco to draw up memorial reso
lutions relative to tho late Chief Jus
tice. On motion of T. McCants Stewart,
lato of tho Now York bar, a resolution
was adopted to appoint a committco of
flvo to Inquire into and suggest a reme
dy for tho overcrowded court calendars,
also a moro speedy means ot disposing
of cabcs. Mr. Stewart was appointed
Officers for tho ensuing year wcro
elected, viz.: Paul Neumann, president;
S. M. Ballou, vico president; Daniel H.
Case, secretary; 8. K. Ka-nc, treasurer.
STHRNFIELD NOT GUILTY.
Tho caso of Stcrntcld, the Buenn Vis
ta Hospital Corps man arrested by
Hunrahan, police officer, the other day,
camo up in tho Police Court this after
noon. Attorney Bitting nppcared for
the defendant. It was proved conclu
sively that there was absolutely no
heedless driving on Sternfcld's part.
Judgo Wilcox stated that, on tho other
hand, the man had evidently driven
very carefully. He discharged the de
fendant at tho same time saying the
caso was one that never should hnvo
been brought Into court.
At the Orphcum.
Avery gooi home witnessed" the per
formance ot "C imes of Normandv" bv
the Southwell Opera Co. last evening.
1 he pe formjnee was bright, snappy and
full or life. Double encores were unmet
ous and d-setved In every cise.
MUs Sallineer was a very pleating Ser-
pole'teand handled the sparkling music
MIssHattle Belle Ladd as the modest,
simple little Germalne ws a prime favor
ite from her first entrance and so com
pletely did the clever llttl- lady throw
herself Into the chara.'er that or.'y occa
sionally dt J she lose contr.il of htr eyes
and let the audience see roguishness under
Mr. Wlnfred Goff again covered himself
Mr. Wo ff, as Gaspard, gave a very
dramatic rendition of the difficult role.
No Matter wlut has been said ngilnst
the company only word of praise wir. be
heard alter the perrurm wee last night and
anyone can go to the Orpheum the rest of
tli 14 week u ith the p isitlve assurance
thit they will be pleased.
CHAPMAN GOT IT
J. W. Chapman, tho caterer, was tho
successful bidder for tho privilege of
furnishing refreshments at the grnnd
utnnds and Jockey Club Rtnnd at the
raco track on Juno 9 and 11. It is learn
ed on good authority that he paid 700
for tho privilege.
Her First Sugar.
The bark Edward May finished dis
charging yesterday and took on 5000
bags ot Kauat sugar from tho Mikahal i
today. This is tho flrst sugar tho May
has taken on.
Muuna Loa's PnHscnjJers. .
For Maul and Hawaii parts, per Stmr.
Maunaloa. tune i, K Loud, MUs GlUIe
Walau. J D Paris, C On Tal, W. H.
Greenwell, Ju'eeKalua Judg-Smith, A
N KepolKal. J K Nihale, R C Sea le and
wife, G P Katmuoha, W J Wrlnht. J M
Kaneakui, P N Kahokuoluna, Mrs Kual
nioku. Oliver Jones, Kaholwal, Tikata,
K Sa'ake, Geo Hons R P Enp, C L
Srrlmwr. J A Huehes. W O Aiken. A
Cock-urn, F Buchol'.z, J W Gtrvln, Mr
ester DJKcr ami c eii'iuicii, ua rwumci.
Mrs DivlJsm. Geo McDjueall, J b Buih,
R T Hose, U R Stoll, S Bauer ana C Ah
F. L Dortch and Chas. Phillips have
pureed Ira A. Burgttt's house and lot
on I'unchbuwl slopes.
The regular monthly meeting of I he St
Andreas Priory and bockty, will be held
at the St. Andrews Priory, baturduy June
3. at io a. m.
Twenty Chinamen, arreted by Deputy!
Marshal Cluilingworin ami outers on me
charge of gambling, were were lined f i
and costs each.
Gent's Hcrmsdorf dye black sox su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
one week only; don't fall to soo them.
The following resolutions,
presented by A. S. Humphreys,
was unanimously adopted by
tho first Republican conven
tion of Hnwall:
Resolved, That tho delegates
to the National Republican
Convention chosen by this
body be nnd nro hereby In-
rUi structcd to use their utmost Ha
rta endeavors to sccuro from said Pa
Pa National Republican Convcn- Pa
Pa tion an expression favorable P-i
Pa to the early admission of the Pa
Pn Territory of Hawaii to that Pa
Pil Statehood status and rank to Pa
P'i which she is by population, in- Pa
Pn tclllgcnco nnd wealth entitled. Pa
THEY RESENT THE INSULT
At a meeting ot the Memorial Day
committee- liciu last evening, the fol
lowing rcsoliuion was unanimously
Resolved, That we the undersigned
members of the Memorial Day Commit
tco of Geo. W. Do Long ost, No. 45,
G. A. R., most heartily endorse the
patriotic sentiments set forth In tho
address delivered by Hon. H. M.
Sewall In rcsponso to our special Invi
tation during the services nt Nuiianu
cemetery on Memorial Day.
(SlGned.) E. A. STROUT,
J. N. WRIGHT,
W. L. EATON,
J. D. CONN,
JAS. T. COPELhWD,
In view of the absolute and studied
misrepresentation of the Grand Army
Post and Mr. Sewall by tho Advertiser,
Secretary Copcland requests the follow
ing statement made:
Editor Evening Bulletin: This
morning's Advertiser In commenting
on the resolution passed by tho Memor
ial Day Committee held last evening
says "the political friends of Mr. Sew
all busldo themselves to get nn en
dorsement from tho G. A. R. of his sur
prising address on Memorial Day"
and farther on In tho same article,
out tho Memorial T)n" Committee
wnich had Invited Mr. Sewall, and was
In a measure responsible for him
thought It ought to compromise by en
dorsing what patriotic things no had
said,' "but they sufllced ns a
peg to hang this resolution upon."
Allow me, Mr. Editor, to state tnat
tho committco was in no way ap
proached by "tho political friends of
Mr. Sewall," neither wcro the "patri
otic things' nlono "whlcn ho said" con
sidered a sufficient peg "to hang this
Not only tho "patriotic" but the true
and sympathetic utterances were also
heartily endorsed by tho committee.
The G. A. It. Is essentially nnd strict
ly a non-political organization .conse
quently while they deeply regret that
tho attack has been made, feel that In
Justice to Mr. Sewall, the public should
know our sentiments In tho matter,
JAS. T. COPEL.AND,
For tho Memorial Day Commmlttee.
Honolulu, June 1, 1000.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Tho Ad
vertiser article which is published this
morning Is untruo in every respect,
consequently very misleading. "Tho
friends of minister Sewall" had uoth
ing to do with "busying" themselves to
get nn endorsement from tho U. A. it.
as to his memorial address, and fur
ther, tho committco did not meet in
"tho afternoon'"- but In tho evening as
per call of tho chairman. Tho resolu
tion ns sent to tho Advertiser was
unanimously endorsed by tho commit
tee, as also by others who wcro pres
ent and universal indignation express
ed nt tho insult offered to Mr. Sewall
nnd tho Post. Tho "Half Vindication"
and comments thereon, is looked upon
as an additional Insult. Comments on
tho street wcro unanimous In tho con
demnation of tho Advertiser's course
In Its attack on tho Post through Mr.
Sownll. "Veteran" must navo had nn
"awful jag" on, to seo and "straight
forward defense" of the G. A. R.
In fact It Is tho flrst tlmo In my ro
collection, that a Memorial Day ora
tion has ever been assailed. Mr. Sow
all was tho guest ot tho Post, and any
discourtesy shown him, was tho samo
ns though shown to tho Post. This
fact must bo apparent to any one who
possesses n thimbleful of brains.
A. "VETERAN" AND AN ACTIVE
G. A. It. MAN.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
DY AND IS'IGHT CLASSES
Rooms u-ii, jrd Floof J 9 a, m. 4 T. m
HOUBI 1 ?!) vyt r, M
ENDS IN SWEET HARMONY
Tho flrst Territorial convention of
tho Republican party of Hawaii closed
Its Bcsslon last night after two days ot
honest and arduous work. The closing
day was marked by a sharp contest
against a set ot rules which a minority
machine- not represented on tho floor
of tho convention sought to foist upon
Leaders in the light against machine
manipulation were A. S. Humphreys,
A. O. M. Robertson, A. B. Locbcnstcin,
C. P. Iaukca, George Hons nnd Enoch
Johnston. Tho discussion was sharp ot
times, but no personal feeling was
shown and tho final result was nn over
whelming victory for tho men strug
gling against machine rule.
Tho Territorial Republican Conven
tion met at 2 p. m. after recess.
C. P. Iaukca thanked tho convention
for his election as an nlternntc to
Philadelphia, but as he could not go
asked liberty to withdraw from tho po
sition. His request was not allowed.
Report on Organization.
The report of tho committee on per
manent organization, rules and order
of proccduro was distributed In English
and Hawaiian, printed.
Cecil Brown explained the action of
tho committee, disclaiming any Inten
tion of coercing the convention.
A. n. Locbenstcln denounced the re
port as savoring more ot bosslsm than
the work of notable bosses he named ns
operating In the purlieus of Brooklyn
and New York. Ho had been a Demo
crat until the party had descended
from Its high place. Now he claimed to
bo ns good n Republican ns any. If
this report, foisted on this convention
to tho people nt tho primaries, were
adopted It would wreck tho Republican
party In these Islands. Ho objected to
anything like dictation ns to when one
should get up In tho morning, whether
one should cat pol or say his prayers.
J. K. Nahalo said tho committee had
been entrusted with the full confidence
of tho convention, nnd ho saw nothing
out of place with tho regulations. Mr.
Brown wns a man who would not lend
his assistance to any unworthy scheme.
Democrats all over town were smiling
nt tho wrangling ot the Republicans.
Concessions ought to be made. No
member should expect tu have Ms
views accepted by everybody.
Secretary Hendry, nt the request of
Mr. Hons, read the minutes relating to
tho appointment ot tho committee,
which showed that the motion wns for
a committee on rules and regulations.
Judge Smith was on record later ns
stating tha,t his intention had been to
include organization in the motion.
Geo. Hons said the matter simmered
down to n technicality. Had It been
Intended to organize tho convention or
the party or both? Thcro was no doubt
that tho convention had tho right to
frame an organization of tho party.
Tho delegates fiom Maul and Hnwall
had come hero at great personal sacri
fice. They had brought no machine
with them, nnd wero here for clean
politics. Why should not tho icport
bo considered section by section, when
nnythlug oxnoxlous might bo eliminat
ed? (Loud and general applause.)
C. M. White roso to make a motion
but was cried down.
Chairman Kaulukou put the ques
tion of considering tho report by sec
tions, and It was decided In tho affirma
tive. The Report Considered.
A. G. M. Robertson, on tho recom
mendation that a temporary Territorial
Central Committco ho appointed con
sisting of thirty members chosen from
tho respective election districts, ob
jected to n general voto of tho conven
tion In choosing tho members for in
dividual dlstilcts. Ho moved to make
the elections for tho respective districts
upon tho nominations of tho delega
tions of such districts respectively.
C. S. Smith nnd C. Brown explained
that this was advisedly left open for
conventional action, tho former sec
onding tho nmendmcut.
The amendment cnrrled.
Mr. Humphreys moved thnt tho com
mittco hold office until Its successors
should bo appointed, instead of "until
utter the next election, to bo held In
November, 1000." .
Mr. Robertson supported the amend
ment, which had been seconded In sev
C. S .Smith said tho question had
been considered by tho comlmttce. Its
reason for tho recommendation wns
that until after tho election It would
bo Impossible to accurately apportion
the basis of representation. He moved
an amendment, however, which Mr.
Humphreys accepted, hut, whllo tho
chairman was btatlng tho question, n
new discussion sprang up.
BERQSTROM :MT-JSIO CO.
Geo. F. McLeod contended that this
committee should have no control of
the election ot Senators nnd Represen
tatives for the Beveral districts.
Mr. Whllo moved to strike out the
Messis, Robertson nnd Brown up
held Mr. McLcod's objection.
A. V. Genr claimed that tho central
committee must control the election ot
a Delegate to Congress which would
be held In November. In his opinion
jvery nominating convention should
;lect a new Territorial Committee.
Why should this convention nrrogate
ho control of elections far In advance.
The nmendment ns put nnd cnrrled
.vus that the committee should regit
ate party nffalrs "until their success
ors nrc appointed and qualified."
Mr. Humphreys moved to eliminate
everything in the next recommenda
tion after tho words, "That precinct
clubs he organized In each election pre
cinct In the Territory of Hawaii." Lost.
Mr. Robertson moved to strike out
tho words In quotation below making
the club the regular Republican organ
ization In Vncn election precinct "for
tho next campaign, nnd until nfter the
November dcctlon." Lost.
Mr. White moved a grammatical cor
rection, with which the paragraph
Mr. Rob'Ttnon moved to strike out
the next paragraph .providing for the
holding of now pilmarlcs between tho
1st nnd 10th dns of December, 1900, ns
It would be Impossible to create due
popular interest In prlmnilcs when no
election was within near prospect.
C. S. Smith claimed that as Mr.
Robertson had been over-i tiled by the
convention on the preceding para
graph It was useless for him to rnlso an
objection to this paragraph.
Mr. Hons objected to the commit
tee's attempting to overawe the con
vention. Because seven men had sign
ed this report was no reason why the
convention should swallow It whole.
Mr. Smith denied the charge.
W. C. Achl considered tho provision
n good one, arguing that tho keeping
up of permanent organization wns most
S. L. Desha deprecated striking out
provisions thnt might be useful In
guiding th jx-oplo of the country.
Mr. (lea'.' moved to strike out the
time for catling new primaries, leaving
tho time to bo fixed by the Territorial
Committee. Ho did so In tho intercut
of pure politics, ns It would bo harmful
to hnvo primaries when thero was tin
Mr. Smith ami Mr. Robertson both
nccepted the nmendment, and tho para
graph passed as amended.
Rules and Refculntlonn.
Rules and regulations of the Republi
can party in tho Territory of Hnwall,
as submitted by the committee, wcro
Article 1 contained 11 sections, the
subject being "Precinct Clubs."
Mr. Loebcustcln moved to lay tho ur
ttclo on the table, for the reasons he
hnd formerly given.
Humphrey ExposcH Mnchlnc.
Mr. Humphreys seconded tho motion.
The flrst threo articles contained nil
the elements thnt went to form a poli
tical machine. That report was not
written by any member of tho com
mittee. It wus written tit least ono
week ago under tho direction of a po
litical machine In Honolulu. Upon his
professional honor ho nsserted that the
combined Hawaiian Bnr could not have
prepaicd that report within twenty
four hours. ' Whllo tho committee
might have mado some Immaterial al
terations In the report, It hnd absolute
ly nothing whatever to do with ltd
preparation. And. further, ho chal
lenged nnyono to deny thnt the rcpoit
wns prepared by an clement that, with
in the past two weeks, had been repu
diated by n majority of tho Republicans
of Honolulu nt the polls. Lnst night
tho man who wroto thnt report admit
ted to him ho hnd do no so, nnd when
the speaker asked him why ho put In It
thnt members must bo enrolled 15 days
beforehund to voto nt tho primaries.
His answer had been: "Bccnuso If you
don't hnvo thnt provision, tho native
Hawallans could come In mid swamp
you. Tho natives and Portuguese
would control tho Republican party.
Mr. Cecil Brown wns reprchcnted last
night ns having been sponsor for this
report. Now Mr. Brown had told him
that ho was not In favor of tho 15 days'
Mr, Brown roso to make the correc
tion that it wns through his objection
that tho tlmo was changed from 30 to
Mr. Humphreys was commenting on
(Continued on page 3.)
TWO JURIES ARE WORKING
Chinaman Acquitted of Assault and
Battery Before Judge Stanley.
Judge Davits Hearing Byrne vs. Yccller Alex
ander Cblsb.lm Estate Henry Smith to
Administer Harry English Esiate.
Ah Sum, before Judge Stanley, was
found not guilty ot assault and battery.
Two jurors dissented. Lorrln An
drews assisted prosecution; Robertson
& Wilder nnd J. M. Davidson for de
fendant. The Jury were: Thco. Wolff,
C. B. Gray, G. R. Carter, J. J. Egau,
G. A. Schuman, Fred. Phllp, J. T. Cope
land, Geo. Angus, W. L. Hopper, 12. II.
Wodehouse, L. C. Abies nnd John
The jurors were excused until 1:30
Judge Davis Is hearing the nsstimp
sit suit of .la h. J. Byrne s. Paul J.
Vocller tried by the following Jury: T.
Krouse, W. S. Bnrtlctt, C. II. Collins,
W. M. Cunningham, Geo. S. Harris, A.
D. Larnnch, F. S. Lyman, C. J. Ludwig
sen, I. Hubenstoln, J. M. Webb, Jns.
Mclueiny und A. T. Bannister. Kin
ney, Ballou & McClannhan for plain
tiff; Mngoon & Long for defendant.
Judge Stanley has appointed Henry
Smith ns administrator of the estate
of Harry English, lat of Kahtiltil, de
ceased, under ?500.
Mary K. Chlsholm petitions for let
ters of administration on tho estate ot
her lato husband, Alexander Chlsholm,
to Issuo to the Hawaiian Trust and In
vestment Co. The estate Is allied at
MR. WHITE SPEAKS
Editor Evening Bullctlu: I seem to
have aroused tho fury of the Adver
tiser by my Innocent allusions to its
inconsistencies in locating the "ma
chlno" In our convention. Its nrtlst
while tinder nn attack of Jim jams
brought forth n cnrlcaturo of myself ns
a worthy accompaniment. Tho inco
herent winding up ot tho report of my
remarks Is n sample of the general ac
curacy of the sheet I don't think. As
I rose to a question of privilege I mndo
no motion. The Advertiser Is not nt
sufficient Importance to demand any
motion except n motion of disgust.
Thurston's hired literary thug on
page four of the Infliction tinder the
caption of "Shuddcrer-In-chlef" raises
me to the height of popularity by IU
detraction. If I hnd aspirations for
office nt the hands of the people I
should be grateful for the contribution.
I should lnded shuudcr at being on
orator If I mako use ot such hogwash
as the Advertiser attributes to mo in
nominating Mr. Dillingham. The Ad
vertiser lias no llnr on ita reportorlnl
start so abandoned ns to father the
quotation. Consequently It Is published
In tne proper place by tho proper per
son. The language I actually used was
"I take pleasure In seconding the nomi
nation of ono whot.0 name Is written
In lines of steel from Honolulu to Ka
huku." I believe tho Advertiser classes mo
with those who represent one-seventh.
Theio Is no fraction ever conceived
small enough to Indicate what tho Ad
vcrtlscr represents in Rcpiiullcanlsm
In Hawaii. As for myself i was elected
by a voto of 123 to 80 In n canvas where
tho Advertiser employes wcro out In
full foico woiklng against me. By what
mathematical Ingenuity Thurston's
Hessian reduces these figures to one
soventh ImIUch ordinary comprehen
sion. 'I no Advertiser's ndvlco to shud
der nt Loirln Andrews will rccctvo due
consideration. Thcro Is nothing to
shudder about thnt one-seventh shoutd
nuinnge the nffalrs of Mx-scvcnths,
becaiibo If Imaginary six-sevenths can
muster a majority they will likely take
matters In hand themselves. But I 1
shudder nt the thought thnt the Adver
tiser Is alleged to bo a Republican or
gnu. God forbid.
CLARENCE. M. WHITE.
Pemocrntttfict To Work.
Arr iiRements for the Democratic Mas-,
Meeinr Saturdiv evening are practically
comple'e. The Drill Shei lm been se
cured and win tie appropriately uecoraieu
and seating capacity arr.ineed.
At a meet Ingulf the Democratic Com
mltteee of twentvone held lat nlcht, ad
the Cetalls for speakers and other matters
necessnrv lor the conduct of tne mretlnfr
wete looked after. I her will probably
be five or six speeches in tnRiMi ana na
wjII.hi. The meeting UcalledforKo'clock,
and a cordl.il and general invitation is ex
tended to attend.
For the pist few days H. M. Fl'nt, cap
tain of the waler front police, has been
looking mound 'or the ni'inbets of the
crew of the Mule who recently Jeser'ed
ship In a boJy. He has roundeJ up four
already and, with ihe as!s'ance of one of
thee, expt' to find the others.
If you wish to get flno Rugarees call
In Iwnkaml nnd get some to suit the
color of your hats.
Territorial Co mm tiec.
Following Is the Republican Con-
X- tral Committee as o.oscn by tho
; delegates of tho Territorial con-
First District Albert Horner. E.
X- E. Richards. John T. Brown, W.
:'.' H. Campbell.
X Second District H. L. Holstcln, it
ii- J. K. Nahale. J. D. Paris. J. II.
X- 1 hird District H. P. Baldwin,
:: A. N. Kcpolkal, Hugh Howell, R.
- C. Searlc, D. H. Kauhnulcllo, 4
H- Fourth District J. H. Boyd, ft
X- ucorgo W. Smith, A. V. Gear. C. it
H- L. Crabbc, J. A. Kennedy. Ed.
X- Fifth District W. C. Achl, C. P.
Iaukca, W. L. Wilcox, Knoch
X- Johnson, I-rnnk K. Archer, J.
- A. Hughes.
Sixth District George N. WII-
-:: cox, M. O. I. Blackstaad, Dr. San-
ti dow, J. K. Kapunlal. -V
X- X -X -X- ;V- ; &
Territorial Duy ArrnnfiementH
J. B. Atherton, W. O. Smith, J. H.
Fisher and J. A. Oilman of tho Terri
torial Day celebration committee con
ferred with tho Executive Council to
day. Tho Government assumed tho ex
pense, estimated at $770, ot erecting n
dancing pavilion 50x75 feet on tho Wnl
klkl side of tho Executive building.
The Government will nlso give $1000
out ot the Stato Entertainments fund
toward Incidental expenses, the citi
zens' committco provldlug for nil mat
ters connected with tho ball, and ths
Government will assume the cxpenso
of erecting tho Inaugural platform nnd
Incidental expenses ot tho inaugural
Judge Stanley, after repeated warn
ings, made examples of tardy Jurors
Geo. It. Carter, ubout ten minutes
Into, was fined $5.
John Emmeluth wns an hour late.
Ho was fined $25.
Louis Marks was fortified with on ex
cuse that the Court nccepted, and vns
told to be on time hereafter.
Hendry'a BI& Heart.
Secretary Hendry wrs exceeding kind
to the newspaper reporters nt the Re
publican convention. Besides supply
ing tnem with tho memorandum pads
he hnd cigars and Icewatcr for them to
ho very last. While the politicians
.vcre Indulging in farewell compliments
at midnight tho press gnng Inwardly
resolved thnt their Bcrlbc was n Jolly
Forty-ElQht Years Old.
John Lot Kaulukou Is forty-e ght years
old today. He Is a iatlveof Keiuhiu,
Koin, Hawaii, wnere tie was own in 1052.
He Is receiving today the rong at ilJtlons
if his many frlenJ. For many ve.vs Mr.
Kaulukou has been p-omlntrnt In the af
'a rs of the country and has al ays been
lojktd upon as one of the ables- and best
thought of men among the Hawallans.
1 m m ill
Invitations to the wedding of Mlsa
Mabel Kcatohllanl Hart and Mr. Chas.
Allen Elston have Just been Issued.
Tho event will tako placo at St An
drew's Cathedral at high noon on tho
For fine full dress shirts at $1.00 Cich
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts are strictly high grade as to 5
md quality. "
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.. Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with Rood fit,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In and they will ro
elve just the same care and att-ntlon
and their et will be just as carefull
fitted, as if you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot tin
bill, and promise you that both will bt
jrVm P-nr tub: hiUhlieiD '.7Jt.