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Vol. VIJI. No. 1555.
HONOLULU. H. I.. TUESDAY, JUNE 12. 1000.
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LNB VOTE FOR,
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
CROWDS CHEER GOOD RACES
. Record Breaking Meet of the Ha
waiian Jockty Clob.
Splendid Haoagmeot Tnroughout-Detail of
Breots of Saturday and lbs ilth - Jolly
Crowd and Good Ordr.
Tk Hawaiian Jockey Club Uas every
reason to be proud of the raco meets at
Kaplolant Park 6n the ath nnd lllh.
Evcrythlnrwaa done in an ordcilyjmd
quiet way, and thero was a dispatch
bout the running off of the mcea that
was moat acceptable to everyone. The
officers of the Jockey Club, and partic
ularly the secretary, MK Paiil It. Iscu
berA were Indefatigable in their efforts
to make people comfortable. Thero
was a good crowd out Saturday nttcr
noon, but yesterday the grand stand
was packed to overflowing, while the
fonccs were lined with peoplo nearly
the whole way around tho track.
The flrst day's racing was ns follows:
One-mllo btcyclo raco Prize, Ster
ling bicycle, presented by C. J. McCar
thy. Won by It. A. Dexter In 2:41. J.
F. Sllva second nnd Emll Ncbrw.ht
Maiden race. One-half-mllo dash for
all horses that have never won n. rue
Purse, 100. Won by Naples In 0:49 1-5.
Ono-half-mllo dash, free for nil
Purse, $150. Won by Sir Cnsslmlr In
0:49 t. Venus second.
Flve-elghths-mllo dash, freo for nil
Purse, 1200. Won by Gnrtcllno In 1:02.
Merchants purso. Trotting and pac
ing to harness (best 2 In 3.)Thrco-mln-uto'elass
PurBo $150. Won by Albert
M. In 2:29 1-5 nnd 2:31 .,. Fred Eros
FIvc-clghts mllo dash for Hawaiian
breds. Purso 1160. Won by Amarlno
In 1:00. Antidote second.
Ono mllo dash, free-for-all. Purso
$200. Won by Aggravation In 1:47.
Tho races of tho 11th were as fol
IoWj: CAie-half mllo foot race, free-for-all.
l4lze, gold medal. Won by A. J.
Coats In 2:12 1-5. Three entries.
Union Feed Co.'s Cup, free-for-all. To
be won twice. $150 added. Won by
Vlorls in :49. Venus second.
Trotting and pacing to harness, 2:24
class, best 2 In 3. Purse $150. Won by
Directress In 2:28 and 2:2894. nilly
Flvc-clgtaiB mile dash for maidens.
Purse $150. Won by Ahulmanu In 1:03
1-5. Flamerct second.
California Feced Co.'s Cup, trotting
and pacing, for Hawaiian breds, best 2
in 3. $100 added. Won by Lcalil In
2:T5DV4 nnd 3:05. First heat won by
Edith It. In :31.
Irwin Cup. One-mllo dash for Ha
waiian breds. To be won twice by
members of Jockey Club. $150 added.
Won by Antidote In 1:48, Amarlno a
Italnlcr Cup (presented by Scnttlo
llrowlng & Malting Co.) Trotting mid
pacing, free-for-all, best 2 In 3 '1 o Da
won twice. $200 added. Won by Vlolla
in 2:20 and 2:19 1-5.
Waikapu Cup. Throe-fourths mllo
dash, free-for-all, Venus' record of 1:16
to be beaten $150 added, .on by Gnr
tellne In 1:16, Sir Casslmlr second.
Roslta Challcngo Cup. One-mllo
dash, frec-for-nll. Winner to beat tlmo
of Anglo A., 1:45. Purso $200 and
$50 added it record Is beaten. Won by
The United States Custom
House. Post" Office and
Internal Revenue De
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Bonds Issued by the
Paclfc Surety Company.
This Company Issues bonds of surety
ship for the falth'ul discharge of duties of
mployes In positions of trust. It thus
relieves Private Individuals from the ne
cessl'y which former y existed of aum
Iiir these responsibilities.
TO EMPLOYES, this Company will
present the advantages of enabling ou to
otvlate the unpteaant necessity of resort
ing to yjur personal f lends, and will ren
der you by the payment of a sma'l annual
premium, your own li dependent su-cty.
The Bonds of this Company are accepted
In all of the Unit-d States Court In all of
the Departments of the United States
For further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
Insurance Department, Judd Building.
Vlorls In 1:45. Aggrava..on second,
Criterion Cup. Ono and one-half mllo
dash, rrec-for-all. To bo won twlco.
$50 added. Won by Wcllcr In i:47.
General cronjc second.
Consolation race. Purse $160. Won
by Evcrcth in 1:48. Allegro second
arid Ocnernl Cronjo third.
Late In tho forenoon Marshal Dorwn
ordered no more beer or liquor sold
and the men under tho grandstand
were forced to shut down. Later on,
they wore allowed to sell beer only.
This refreshment ran out at about 3:30
and there wore, of course, calls for
"hard stuff" but Paddy Ryan and his
associates kept their word and would
not serve a drop, serving out Ico water
free of charge. .
Tho newspaper men are more than
thankful to the members of the Jockey
Club for tho kindness they havp shown
In provtdfng such an excellent box for
them. They wcro made exceedingly
comfortnblo by this foresight.
McAullffe, tho Jockey who rodo Al
legro In tho third race yesterday was
called from tho star.lng point and
made to pay a previous tine of $100 be
foro riding In tho raco. This was about
the only delay In the nay's sport.
A large crowd collected on tho roof
of the Jockey Club stand yesterday.
Somo of tho people refused to come
down so Captain Parker and his officers
did wietr duty.
Directress traveled like a machine
In tiio second race yesterday.
The "nlggcr-ln-thc-slot" combination
back of the grandstand mado a lot of
Jimmy Logue caught the Jockeys of
i-'lamcrcf nnd Allegro napping In tho
third race Saturday and got a big lend
with Ahulmanu, winning tho contest
The saddling paddock was handled
In fine shape. A very few peoplo wero
allowed In, thus permitting of des
Prince David Knwanauakoa had a
number of his friends for luncheon at
his stand yesterday. Hawaiian flags
Marshal Hrown, Deputy Marshal
Chlllingwortb, and Captains Parker
and Fox did excellent work at the
track yesterday. There was absolutely
Internal Revenue Apposlntnicnts.
District Deputy Inspector Frlck of
tho Internal Revenue service bus made
the following appointments for the
Territory of Hawaii: '
W. F. Drake, to be Deputy Collector
P. M. Lansdale, to be Traveling
Mr. Drake has been .In the Hawaiian
customs service for somo tlmo past.
Charles Clark, the young Hawaiian
who was left In chargo of the Kallhl
detention camp when tho placo was
closed, met with an accident Sunday
that will Keep him In bed for tho best
part of two months.
Clnrk was driving about tho place In
tho camp wagon when his horse took a
notion to run away. In order to bo
better able to check tho animal, Clark
stood up and began to tug at the reins.
Tho linrnn Rllilllpnlv kicked furlOUSh
and caught Clark in tho leg, Just below
tho knee, causing a compound frac
ture and a very uau external wounu.
As soon as possible Dr. Howard went
nut in tim ramn nnd attended to tho In
jured mnn. Ho was taken to his homo
near Captain Paraera ou Mima street.
Tho leg cannot be set just now as u
ia nnKnscfirv Hint tho extcrnnl wound
shall be healed before a plaster cast
can bo used.
Departing Democratic Delcgntea.
Prince David Kawannnnkoa, John H.
ise, Col. Wm. H. Cornwell and Col.
John D. Holt, four of tho six delegates
to tno National Democratic Convention
elected las tnight, will leayo for Kan
sas City, Mlssourf, in tho steamer Aus
Opium Towed to Sen.
Tho tug towea 3454 tins o opium to
sea on scows this morning and, when
nt a proper dUtance outBlde, tho Una
wcro cut open and tho contents dumped
Into the sea. Dr. C. L. Garvin had
charge of tho work.
THE WATERMAN IDBAl, FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sues, all shapes. H. F.
. ii i
Gent's. Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
nt L. B. Kerr & Co.'s. Queen street for
one week only: don't fall to sco them.
HONOLULU i SCHOOL
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DEMOCRATS IN CONVENTION
Ho Representative of Island of Hawaii
Delegates and Alternates lo National Conven
tion - Instrucied for Bryan Territorial
Col. C. J. McCarthy called the Ter
ritorial Democratic Convention to or
der nt 8:10 p. m. yestcrdny. It took
aoout ten seconds for tho meeting to
elect Frank Drown temporary chair
man by acclamation.
Mr. Brown thanked the mcetlngor
tho honor before ascending tho plat
form. J. M. Sims of Kauai was elected tem
On motion the chairman appointed n
committee of credentials ,ono member
for each district, viz.: 1 and 2, no dcle
gato present; 3, Dr. Boote: 4, W. H.
Johnson; 5, Eugcno F. Sullivan; C, J.
M. Sims. The commlttco retired and
brought a report finding the following
gentlemen entitled to sit In tho con
vention: Third District Wm. Edmunds. Fred.
Hnyselden, W. H. Cornwell br., W. R.
Boote, Joo Sllva, Anton Do Ilcgo, E.
Hoffmann. Harry Eldrodco. Silna t.
Green. D. Quill, Thos. Stack, Claude
Zcllcrs. Wm. Goodness, v"m. White,
J. L. Coke, D. Eldrcdgc. Manuel Ross.
W. II. Cornwell Jr.
Fourth District Charles J. McCar
thy, John J. Sullivan. 13. 11. Mrfilnnn-
han, Frank Brown, Joseph S. Martin,
Edmund H. Hart, J. H. Camara. John
E. Bush, John D. Holt, F. S. Peachy,
W. II. Johnson. James C. Onlnn
Charles L. Rhodes, Dr. John S. Mc-
Urew, Cnpt. C. J. Cnmpbell. John Ellin,
gcr. Ii. D. Timmons, W. S. Withers.
Fifth District Julius Asch, Dr.Wob
lltt, Eugcno P. Sullivan, W. F. 8har
ratt, E. A. Mclnerny. James Delanv.
David Crownlngbcrg, Charles David. H.
J. Mossman, Wm. Abbey, Marcus Col-
Durn, David Ahumanu, F. Fernandez.
Sixth District J. M .Sims. Levi Ka
uai, Geo. Mundon.
A motion to proceed to permanent
organization having been passed, Col.
nicuaruiy was nominated by Mr.
Rhodes at.d elected by acclamation.
Edmund H. Hart, nominated by
Major Camara,, was similarly elected
permanent secretary. -
Col. McCarthy, on taking tho chair,
said that he hoped long speeches would
not ne made. Tbo Democratic party
had started hero under good prospects
Ho was satisfied tho party would work
for the Interests of tho country. It had
tho advantage, of not containing any
Job-chasers. He called for nominations
for six delegates to tho Natlonnl Demo
Mr. Brown nominated E. B. Mc
Clanahan, John H. Wlso, David Kawa
nnnnkoa, Wm. H. Cornwell.
"Mr. McClnnnhan declined for strong
personal reasons. As ho had not heard
all tho other names ho would nominate
David Kawananakoa, John H. Wise,
J. D. Holt, Wm. H. Cornwell, Charles
T. Wilder, C. J. Campbell.
Dr. McGrcw was nominated by Major
Camara, seconded by Mr. Hayselden.
but declined becnuso It would bo Im
possible for him to leave home.
Mr. Withers declined n nomination,
but was conxed to stand.
Thero being apparently seven candi
dates, Mr. Sims and Dr. Boote were
appointed tellers to take a ballot. Cap
tain Campbell stated to tho chairman
at this stngn that ho positively declined
to stand. Thereupon tho following
gentlemen wero elected by tho Joint
ballot of tho convention:
William II. Cornwell,
John H. Wise,
John D. Hoit.
Chnrles T. Wilder,
W. S. Withers.
Alternates were nominated nnd elect
ed by acclamation ns follows:
J .U Coko,
J. M. Sims,
Mr. McClannhan, In a short, but elo
quent speech, moved that tho delegates
from this convention cast their voto for
William Jennings Bryan as candldato
for President of tho United States.
The chairman, In formally announc
ing tho passage of tho resolution, said
ho noticed that every tlmo tho mover
had mentioned Mr. Brynn'a namo tho
big light In front of tho platform flared
up. Ho then called for proposals on
permanent Territorial organization.
Dr. Booto moved tho following reso
lution, which, being seconded by Mr.
Hnyselden, carried unanimously:
Plan of Orgnntznttnn.
"Resolved, That tho permanent or
ganization of the Democratic parly of
the Tevrltory o'f Hawaii shall consist
of a Territorial Central Committee nt
fifteen members selected from the sev-
feral Senatorial Districts as now con
stituted, as follows: From tho First,
4; Second, 3; Third, 6; Fourth, 2.
"Also, a District Central Committee
of flvo In each Representative District.
"Also, a Precinct Central Committor
of flvo In each election precinct.
"Tho duties of tho Territorial Central
Commltteo shall bo the general man
agement nnd oversight of tho affairs of
tho party In territorial matters; to call
territorial conventions, nnd arrange for
the holding of the same, and to be tho
medium of communication with the
Democratic National Committee, nnd
they shall have powers to elect their
own officers nnd mako their own rules.
"Tho duties of the District Central
Commltteo shall be the general man
agement nnd oversight of tho affulrs
of tho party In their rcspectlvo dis
tricts; to call nlstrlct conventions and
arrango for holding the same, ind gen
erally to promote tho Interests and suc
cess of tho party In their respective dis
tricts. "The duties of tho precinct Central
Committees shall be to provide for
holding precinct primaries, whenever
bucIi nt'o called; to look nftcr and se
cure the registration of all Democratic
electors, nnd secure their attendance at
their respective polling places on elec
tion days, irtid generally to work with
the District and Territorial Commlttccu
In tho conduct of tho campaign.
"That tho delegates of this Conven
tion from the several Districts shall
nomlnnte to ti.ls convention tho per
sons they wish to represent them In tho
Territorial Central Committee, to servo
until the next Territorial Convention.
"Thnt tho members of the Territorial
Central Committee from each District
shall ns soon as may be appoint tho
District Central Commlttco each for
their rcspectlvo Districts, to servo un
til tho next District convention.
"That the several District Ccntrnl
Committees shall select tho prcclnrt
committee men for tho several pre
cincts of their districts to servo until
the next District convention, when thi
manner of selecting tho "District and
precinct committees shall be arranged
by tho District convention In such
manner as shall be suited to Its local
At the suggestion of tho chairman,
tho respective delegations retired apart
to nominate members of tho Terrltorl il
Central Committee. They returned
witn tno following reports, which were
Maul J. I.. Coke, W. R. Booto, F. H.
Oahu C. L. Rhodes. C. J. McCarthy.
John E. Bush, F. S. Peachy, F. Drown,
ii. p. Sullivan.
Knunl Levi Knual, J. M. Sims.
Mr. Sims moved a vote of thanks to
'lie commlttco that called this cunven
'Ion, and, W.i Dr. McGrcw, Its chairman,
vho had dono hard work In the nat
Mr. McClannhan moved "that the
lecrctary bo Instructed to send it wire
by tho Doric to-morrow addressed lo
ho National Central Committee, or Its
shnlrman, Informing that committee if
ho action of this convention and such
other mnttcr as tho secretary shall
leem best to put In tho telegram, so
that arrangements may be mado lor
tho reception of our delegates."
Mr. Etnnger, seconding the motlin,
suggested that the telegram bn mailed
to Charles T. Wilder for luiusmlsHlcn.
Tho motion carried.
Major Camarn moviil, Mr. Rhodes
seconded and It was carried that this
convention adopt the platform adopted
by tho recent mass meeting of Demo
crats. A vote of thanks was passed to the
-halrman nnd n.crcnry, nnd nt ! t2
tho convention ndjourncd.
Booked by Atmtrnlln.
Tho following nro booked to leave In
the Australia tomorrow afternoon:
A. K. Hartford, E. P. Walsh, A. U
Young, Jns. H. Love, Dr. Hoffmann, A.
Hnncbcrg and wife, Mrs. Achilles and
laughter, W. F. Hcilbrun, A. Schler
holtz, J. B. Castle, J. Dorward, D. Cen
ter, wife and 0 children, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Francis Gay, 15. P. Low nnd wife, II.
P. Low nnd wife, H. Smith, W. Altken,
Masters Achilles (2.) Miss Sarah Ly
cctt, Miss Hellbrun, Miss Elaton, G.
Grccnwny, John WIbc, Mrs. Secbeckcr
and child, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Morri
son, Mrs. Znngcnbcrg and daughter,
Cnpt. Green, 13. Baker, J. Colman, II.
Itiedcmnnn, Dr. I). Maclean, wlfo nnd
Infant, Mrs. R. Love, Mrs. J. McCor
rlston, Miss L, Morgnu, Mrs. J. J. Wil
liams, Mrs. English, Mrs. H. Spring,
Mrs. M. A. Wulscr, MIbs J. Wnlsor,
Mrs. C. G. Hlcnnrdson, Chas. Elaton
nnd bride, W. J. Galhralth Jr.. W. A.
Smith, Dr. J. A. Welsh, Miss E. schrat
der, Mlsa Belle Johnson, Mrs. Kopk,
Miss G. Kopko, J. E. Miller, C. A.
Mackintosh, 8. II. Comstock, Mis. S.
1'. Alexander Miss Iiughlln. Mrs.
S. N. Sexton, W. H. Smith nnd wife.
V. F. Boardmnn, wlfo ami child, Capt.
J. A. Hnyncs, Wnltcr L. Haynes, Mrs.
Totten, Mother Dolfhlna, Master Allen
Haynes, E. J. Snow, wlfo nnd 2 chll
urcn, T. II. McCormlck, Geo. Water
ham, N. Ohlandt, J. T. McCrosscn, E.
P. Gray, Mrs. J. Sutherland, Miss M.
Donohuo, Miss Zimmerman, Mlsa
Paulding, Mr. and Mrs. McClnnnhan,
and daughter. Miss N. Stevens, Miss
rnteh, Chas. Bon and wlfo, Mrs. Herd
11th OF JUNE.
Hawaiian and American flags can bo
gotten In Iwnkaml's stoic, Hotel btrect.
For Maul and Hawaii ports, per
stmr. Klnau, Juno 12:
For fine full dress shirts at 11.00 ueb
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. Thest
shirts are strictly high grade as to r
CLOSING SPEECHES .OP
In the neighborhood of GOO natives
among tlicra a largo number of wo
menheard tho speeches of Jas. K.
Knnlla, Kalauokalanl, It. W. Wilcox
and John H .Wise outsldo tho drill
shed, Saturday night, In connection
with the objects of the Independent
it was nftcr 8 o'clock before tho
speakers took the stand nnd then Ka
lauoknlnnl as chairman, told of the
Independent party and Its objects. He
made substantially the samo remarks
as at tho convention of delegates In the
arm sbed on tho morning of tho 6th
Inst. R. W Avllcox. who followed Kn-
lauokalanl. was greeted with rounds of
applause. Ho traced his work In Wash
ington on behalf of the Hawallnns.
Tho speech was the same as tho ono
made to the delegates. Mr. Wilcox
mentioned Pettlgrew as being a great
friend of Hawaii. The now things said
by Mr. Wilcox wero ns follows:
"Those who say wo aro antl-haole
aro liars. We aro American nnd so are
tncy. Why should wo work ngalnst
our own people. Tho peoplo who have
been your oppressors nro the ones who
aro spreading this story nnd trying to
icau you astray. Tbey wnnt to cot us
under their clonlts.
"They say wo nrc out for revnnup.
That Is not so. What wo want Is good
government and that Is what the In
dependent nnrtv stands for. Our on.
pressors' sway has gone. Now ours Is
JuhL born. TfniiTntmlnlntil fAfiiprn.!
to Ollcnn T.lllllnknlnnl tnllln,. tl.n nn
lives they should always keep an aloha
for her In their hearts. That could
certainly do no harm. Ho stated fur
ther that, as Governor, Mr. Dolo should
JnS. K. TCfltl.ln mml Ihn nlntfnrm .if
the Intlnnnnilmt nnrtv nml Minn 1nnln
out Into n tirade ngalnst tho mission
aries, prefacing his remarks with tho
worus, "iiii tno snnKc," repeated three
John H. Wise. Introduced by Chair
man Kalauokalanl, spoke In brief ns
"Aloha. Somo of you have nrohablv
been unable to understand what has
been saw by the previous speakers
In Justice to tho cause for which wo
stand and, In Justice to tho Haw.allin
ncoplo, I will attempt to sneak In Eng
"In tho first place, wo havo bein
dubbed nn antl-hoale p'arty." Hero Mr.
Wlso gavo Illustrations of tho kindness
of the Huwallans to tho hnoles from
tho i.me tho white mnn first landed
"The opposition has seen fit to claim
we aro antl-haole. Very well, then,
look nt tho record of tho past and 3ce
If we have treated tho white man as ho
has treated us."
Mr. Wise said ho would not go back
to Uio time of the missionaries as that
was not necessary. "Go back only to
1890. Tho Hawallans commanded the
ballot box nt that time. Of the s-jvn-tccn
members of tho Houso of Nobles,
nine wero white men and cl?lu wcro
nntlves. Follow tho history up to 1S03.
Were tho natives against tho hnoles
then? No. They wcro not at that
tlmo nnd they nro not so now.
"In1893 the whites got control of tho
KOYcriiiiicui mm uii limviiuuiin wuu tun
not believe ns they did wcro fired out
of ofllcc. Tho fnmlly compact got hold
of things nnd filled their pockets from
your taxes. Did you ever sea nn Ha
waiian como out of tho Legislaiuro
with his pockets full of coin.' How
about the white man? Ono day he was
walking through your streets with
nothing whllo tho next ho wns living In
a Roman mansion. You know where
the money camo from.
"Why lay ngalnst us tho charge thnt
wo aro going In for tho spoils? Tho
Hnwnllan knows his friends and thuso
who stood by him when his troubles
wero thickest, will never bo forgotten.
"Wo aro accciiBcd of looking for ro
vengc." Mr. Wise said that vengeance lay
with God. who would certainly punish
thoao who hnd been active in wrong
Mr. Wiso's speech ended, the people
left for their homes.
Nelllt on the Way.
Tho present will bo tho last week
when prospcctlvo patrons of tho com
ing fashionable Nelll season nt the Ha
waiian Opera Houso will have an op
portunity to procuio senson tickets nnd
their attending advantages. Many lo
cal society leaders havo already secur
ed them and thero will doubtless Le n
rush when others reallzo that tho tlmo
Is now growing short. Tho great Nelll
company leaves San Frnnulsi-) 'mor
row and will bo hero next Wuliuwlny
on tho Mariposa.
Mr. J. A. Oilman was appointed and
his namo used as Auditor of the Walkl
i. Land and 1-oan Association without
his knowledge or consent.
W. G. ASHLEY.
GEO. H. PARIS,
at Noon Today
Miss Mabel Kealohllanl Hart of this
city and Charles Allen Elston wero
united In marrlngo by the Her. Alex,
-acklntosh in St. Andrew's Cathedral
shortly after 12 noon today In the
presence of a lnrgo number of friends.
--o cathedral was beautifully decor
ated with ferns, palms, greens of va
rious kinds nnu white flowers. The
principal piece was a tennis net Interlace-
with greens and marguerites and
hung so ns to hau hide tho choir.
It was at nbout 12:20 that Wray Tay
lor took his place at tho organ and
started tho Lohengrin bridal march
which was sung by tno choir. Just at
this time tho mald-of-honor, Miss Ju
liette King, followed by the three
bridesmaids and three ushers, came in
from the side door and marched down
the aisle. Next camo tho groom nnd
his best mnn from tho vestry and then
tho bride, advancing up the mlddlo
aisle of tho church leaning on tho arm
of her father, Judgo Hart.
While tho ceremony wns being per
formed Harold Mott-Smlth played the
intermezzo from Cavallerla Rustlcnna
on his 'cello In a most ctfcctlvo man
ner, tho accompaniment being played
by Wray Taylor on tho organ.
As tho wedding party advanced to
tho altnr, tho choir sang "Blessed are
all they that fear tho Lord" and then
as this part ot the service was being
completed, soft strains were played on
While the wedding party was march
ing out to tho vestry to register tho
choir sang the hymn that is used ex
clusively at such a time. Mendelssohn's
wedding mnrch was played as they re
turned and mnrcucd out ot the church
with the guests following. The nowly
married couple with the wedding party
went immediately to Walklkl where
the wedding breakfast wns served.
The best man was Gcorgo Fuller and
mald-of-honor, Miss Jullctto King.
The bridesmaids wcro Miss Eula Els
ton, a sister of the groom, Miss Gret-
chen Kop-e and Miss Elston, while tho
ushers wcro Robert Mist, C. E. Jncox
and Arthur Mackintosh.
Tno bride wore a white satin gown
with a train anu a largo hat with white
fcathors. Sho carried a bunch ot whlto
carnations with maiden hair and a
trailing spray ot decoratlvo asparagus.
Th) bridesmaids wcro all dressed In
pink with black velvet trimmings and
b.ack hats with plumes. Each carried
a bunch of maiden ha.. Uou with pink
Bonds for the Oltlcers.
Having received a commission, tho
first responsibility of the Federal ap
pointees In tho Territory will be to
secure bonds. Whllo Hawaii was In
dependent It was necessary to secure
personal signatures to the bonds of
officials. Under tho United States rule
a change In the Interests of the officers,
Is mnoe, that will cnablo all officers to.
sucuro their bonds without calling
imnn lliplr friends.
Tim T'nrlflp Snretv Cumnanv of which
Gcnr, Lansing & Co. nro tho local
agents, Is recognized by tno united
States Government ns surety on all
bonds or nil l-cucrai omccrs. uonus ot
all Federal otilccrs on tho Pacific Coast
aro endorsed by this company. This is
an opportunity which will bo a boon
to all olllcers under me national gov
nrnment. Call nt Gear. I.anslnc'8 In
surance department, Merchant street
Tho Evpnlng Bulletin. 7R cents per
A LA1GE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete with Rood fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, end them In and they will re
celve just the same care and attention
and their eft will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit tle foot If you'll fort th
bill, and promise you that bith will b
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