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ONE VOTE FOR
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
TUB MOST POPULAR
Vol. VIII. No. 1556
HONOLULU, H. I.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. 1900.
Pbioe 5 Oentq.
OLD GLORY OVER SCHOOLS
First Flag Raising by Veterans
of Geo, W.De Long Post,
Jehcel Children Raise the Stars and
Stripes Pretty Ceremony and
embers of Lafayette Post, O. A. It.,
Kew York, will havo reason to bo
proud of the outcome of their action
for Introducing ring patriotism to th
schools of the Territory of Hawaii. The
Inauguration of flag-raising at the Hleh
School this morning, anticipatory, fori
reasons of convenience, of Admission fltS on behalf of tho teachers and pu
Day ceremonies, was an ovent as nretty P'ls of the schools of Hawaii. Thoy
and pleasant as any that over happened
In theso Islands.
On the north side of tho building,
overlooked by tho first floor balcony,
ft platform about 25 feet square had
been erected. Above tbe platform was
stretched a white streamer, bearing In
bluo capital letters cut out by two Ja-
pancso boys tho lines:
Westward tho courso of empire takes
Time's offspring Is tho last.
To the back of the platform stream-,
era of red, whlto and bluo wcro fc.i
tooncd against threo trees, centering In
an American flag shield flanked with
small flags on staff. A tablo In one
corner was heaped with tho flags pre
sented by Lafayetto Post to tho schools
of tho Territory of Hawaii for each
ono large pleco of bunting to float over
tho 8choolhouso and ono small silken
flag fastened to a gilded spearhead.
Oco. W. Do Long Post, Q. A. U
marched In a body from Its headquar
ters to tho High School, whero scats
were reserved for the veterans on tho
baicony. President Dolo with Mr J.
Dole by his side, Hon. E. A. Mott
Smlth, Minister of Public Instruction,
and Mrs. E. C. van C. Hall, Commis
sioner. Judgo Perry, Hon. J. Lot Kau
lukou, Rev. W. Klncaid, Mrs. W. V.
Allen, J. B. Athcrton and other ladles
and gentlemen occupied tho rest of tho
The program was started, under the
general direction of J. Llghtfoot, view
principal of tho High School, promptly
at 10 o'clock. About 20U0 school chil
dren wero massed In the school nnik
closing In upon tho platform. Tho
girls In white, with trimmings and
hats variegated at pleasure, and tho
boys suited and batted In ovcry style,
all massed amidst tho trees and shrub
bcry, made a supremely beautiful spec
tacle. Beaming and smiling facps met
tho vlow whereby tho gaze rested In
that great assembly of tno rising gene
ration of Hawaii. Tho schools lu at
tendance with their principals, respec
tively, wcro ns follows:
Normal, Edgar Wood; Practice. Mrs.
Edgar Wood; Emma street, Miss Ethel
Mossman; High and Grammar, M. M.
Scott; Kaakopua, Miss M. J. Coursen;
Kalulanl, Mrs. Nina L. D. Frasher;
Itoyai, Rev. A. Mackintosh; Pohulialna.
Miss Zoo Atkinson; Knllhlwaena, J. N.
Taggard; Kallhluka, Robert Law; Ka
walahao, Mrs. Mary Ounn; Beietanln
street, Miss Ilhoda Grccno; Punohou
street. Miss Mary Forrclra; Macraae,
Miss Cora Ilcnneghan; Kauluwola. II.
M. Wells; Manoa. Miss Maggie Davi
son; Kakanko, Miss Clara Gurncy;
Pauoa, Miss Loulso Aheong; Mu.umlun,
Miss Ada Lycett.
An overture by tho Government band
The United States Custom
House. Post Office and
Internal Revenue De
partments Accept the
Bonds Issued by ihe
Pacifc Surety Coinpuny.
This Company Issues bonds f surety
ship for the fdlth'ul discharge of duties of
employes In positions of trust. It thus
relieves Private '"dlvlduals fron, the ne-
cesslty which former y existed of .isunv
Ing these responsibilities.
n..rMro .ii r- ...in
TO EMPLOYES, this Company will
present the advantages of enabling you to
obvlate the unpleaant necessity of resort-
Ing to yjur person ii f lends, and will ren-
defyouVhe payment of a sma I annua.
premium, your own I dependent m: ety.
The Bonds of this Company ar- iccepted
In all of the United States Couit In all of
the Departments of the United States
For further particulars apply to
EM WE TT MAY,
GEAR, LANSING & CO.
Insurance Department, Judd Building.
opened the ceremonies. Post Comman
dro W. L. Eaton read tho circular from
Lafayetto Post relative to Its donation
of Hags. Conducted by Professor
Yarndlcy and accompanied by tho
uand, th schools sang "Amrlca."
Ex-Post Commander It. J. Qrccno
men delivered the presentation ad
dress. ThlB was not a party flag. It
represented tho only government on
earth founded on tho principles of nl
soluto equality of the people. Its red
symbolized valor; Its white, purity,
and Its blue. Justice. Altogether tho
colors stood for liberty. Somo of them
had the honor of defending and nro-
servlng tho flag thirty-nine years ago.
Today they had the distinguished hon
or of presenting that flag to tho school
children of Hawaii. As ho handed tho
flag to Minister Mott-Smlth, ho apos
trophized It as "a flag revered wherever
the sun shines on civilized mankind."
Minister Mott-Smlth accepted the
were entering on a new era, wherein
tho flag was to stretch over theso Isl-
ands with all Its protecting force, The
moment for this ceremony was oppor-
tunc, on tho cvo of coming under
American government. In conclusion
ho thanked tho local Post and through
It Lafayette Post' of the Grand Army
of tho Republic for their patriotic
I Tho High School pupils, directed by
Bandmaster Dcrger's baton nnd with
band accompaniment, sang "Our Flag."
Miss Cartwrlght recited with ability
Longfellow's "Launching of the Ship."
Then tho children, Including tho littlo
tots, sang "Flag of the Free" to tho
tunc of tho wedding march In Lohen
grin. Next caino flag exercise by High
School girls, which was tho prettiest
scene of tbe morning. Miss Cartwrlght
hau drilled tho performers up to tho
finest military precision. They march
ed nnd countermarched in single and
double fllo and fours, each carrying an
American flag on a gllt-tlpped staff, as
sembling tho colors by divisions and
tho whole corps at each evolution, and
formed an arch of honor with crossed
flags. All this was to the "Washing
ton Post" march by the band.
President Dolo delivered an address
to the children. Referring to the en
gagement and wedding' rings as iho
most treasured articles of jewelry by
women becauso they meant so much In
their lives, ho spoke of the meanings
that attached to flags. Taking the
Stars and Stripes In his hand, he ex
plained how tho Increase of Its stars
from the original thirteen recorded tho
growth of the nation. John Wight hail
asked him there what they wcro going
to do with all these children, nnd his
reply was that they wcro to make them
good American citizens. That flag rep
resented tho country to which they
now belonged, whero no man could say,
"I nm better than you," or "I havo
any rights that you havo not." All
men are kings there, nnd all women
princesses. You need not laugh, for
that Is tho truth. Tho President closed
with the words, "I say today, girls nnd
boys, love tho American flag."
As tho band played Tho Star Spang
led Banner, the large flag for the High
School was slowly hoisted to the top
of tho lofty cupola. Pulling on tho hal
liards raising the ensign of ficcdom
wcro these High School girls:
Daisy Smith, Alice Johnson. May
Schweitzer, Esther Lando, Agnes Car
roll, Ella Zclgler, Clara Gertz, Anna
So closed the first school flag-rnlsing
for tho Territory of Hawaii, if .-.ny-thlng
wero wanting to make tho littlo
pitchers overflow with Joy, the Minis
tor of Public Instruction proolnlmen
LAST CHANCE FOR STAMPS.
The stamp window nt the Post Ofllco
will bo open from 8 to 12 tonight to nc
commodato all thoso pcoplo who wleh
to purchase Hawaiian stamps. Letters
mailed up to midnight will be forward
cd as usual.
Marquis Ito to Lend.
Yokohama, Juno C Tho Liberals
have asked Marquis Ito to accept tho
leadership of tho party with a view to
ti R. H. Reld, wlfo and child nr-
rycd , th0 Gae0 thIs mornIng, Dr.
jtcld returns to Honolulu to locate per-
The I. X. L will bo open this oveu-
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
DW AND NIGHT CLASSES
ROOMS n-ir, yd Floor a A, M. P. M
Hour 1 ; r r. m
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Washington, D. C Juno 1. At this date applicants for Hawaiian ap
pointments nro still upon tho anxious scat. Predictions are made dal
ly that upon tho succeeding day tho President will send In tho addi
tional appointments, but as tho days go by they fall to materialize.
Clerk D. A. Hay, who Is mentioned ns tho coming United States Mar
shal, feels so certain of his uppolntment that he contemplates sailing
for the Islands on Juno 22. There Is no reason to chango tho predic
tion previously mado that Mr. Hay will bo mado marshal, John C.
Balrd of Wyoming, United States Attorney nnd M. M. Estee of Cali
fornia, United States Judgo.
As to Other anDOlhtmonts. fhprp In mitcli rimihl A nnimliini l).,..i.l..
if llcan member of Congress of tho State of Washington, called upon tho
ft President this week In reference to tho Hawaiian Judicial appolnt-
i ments, nnd urged thnt considerable liberality towards tho various In-
ii tcrests of Hawaii bo shown In making selections. This gcntlcmnn ln-
ir formed the President that It was well known on tho Coast thnt Mr. Dolo
does not possess the unanimous suppoi I of Republicans upon tho Isl
t ands, and if his recommendations exclude somo of tho worty nppll
ft cants for Hawaiian Judicial appointments, nnd tho President acts upon
ft theso recommendations and so fails to recognize tho Interests nntago-
nlstlc to Mr. Dolcrthc future of the Republican party on the Islands Is
likely to bo placed in Jeopardy.
Other influential members of the Republican party who nro con
ft versant with Hawaiian affairs, have also advised tho President that
ft whllo the nppolntmcnt of Mr. Dolo as Governor hns been received In
ft tho kindliest spirit by tho people of Hawaii, any steps towards bulld
ft Ing up a Dolo party win bo received lu the opposite spirit.
ft Much.of tho proposed Hawaiian legislation will bo adopted during
:V tho closing hours of Congress. Tho most Important measure, however,
ft Is destined to go over until the next session. This Is the bill providing
ft nn appropriation for tho establishment of an American trans-Paclflc
ft cable, which passed tho Senate mulls now beforo tho House. The bill
ft has been reported favorably by the Coramlttco on Inter-State nnd For-
ft clgn Commerce, nnd Is on tho House calendar. In line with this poll-
ft cy, however, of curtailing appropriations at this session of tho CGth
ft Congress, tho bill will not bo allowed to pass. Members of tho commit-
ft tec who havo tho bill In charge, state that It will undoubtedly become
A- a law early In the next session.
The sundry civil bill, which has Just passed tho Senate,
ft contains somo Important Hawaiian Items. Ono of these appropriates
ft $100,000 to bo immediately available for tho establishment of quaran
ft tine service In the Territory of Hawaii; another appropriates funds
ft for payment of Territorial nnd Federal ofllclals nnd for contingent ox-
penses of tho Territorial ofllcers
ft Tho bill providing for tho establishment of Hawaii as a customs
ft district has passed both Houses and will becomo a law on Juno IS.
ft Scnntor Clark's bill withdrawing from settlement lnnd for a burial
ft placo of the Hawaiian royal family has also become a law.
ft At this tlmo there aro still pending bills to extend tho laws relating
ft to comracrco and navigation over tho Islands; to provldo for tho pay-
ft ment of tho Hawaiian debt, relating to silver eolnnge nnd certificates,
ft all of which will probably become laws.
J. A. BRECl.ONS.
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"Boxer" Warfare Reaches
An Alarming Stage
New York, Juno C Cable advices
from China this morning show tho sit
uation around Peking and Tien Tsin to
be vene more serious thatn It has yet
been. Tho "Boxers" contlnuo to close
In on tho latter city, which Is practical
ly under arms, while Russian troops
arc said to havo been ordered from
Port Arthur to tho neighborhood of tho
capital to punish tho rebels for killing
two Cossacks nnd wounding two others.
Rear Admiral Kcmpff landed fifty
more American marines at Taku, ap
parently to relnforco tho bundled pre
viously lnndcd, his cipher message,
which Is somewhat obscuro, Indicating
an engagement was In progress yester
day between "Boxers' 'and Imperial
American missionaries at Pastlngfu
at midnight Sunday appealed to the
United States Minister for lmmcdinto
aid, as the mission was being nttacked,
and Intense Indignation wns felt over
tho dclny In sending them reinforce
ments, caused by Chinese red tape. It
dovclopcd yesterday that Mr. Norman,
as well ns Mr. Robinson, of the English
Episcopal North Chlneso Mission nt
Yungchlug hns been murdered, nnd It
Is believed that tho Viceroy concealed
the fact. On the "highest authority"
the North China Gazetto states that the
Empress Dowager ordered tho Foreign
Ofllco to resist tho landing of more Eu
ropean troops nnd to defy nil powers
rather than interfere with tho "Box
ers." Naval representatives of tho
powers nro said to havo asked per
mission of their Governments to block
ado the Pelho river ns well ns Tien
Surprising for H uy wood.
Wm. Haywood stated this morning
that as far as ho know his name had
never been used In connection with the
position of Collector of Customs. He
had received no ofllclal notice of his
appointment as Collector of Intcrnnl
Revenue, except that Mr. Frlck nnu his
deputies havo received orders to re
port to him.
Lost Dav of Congress.
Washington, Juno C Congress has
entered upon what undoubtedly Is the
last day of the present session. The
members of both branches looked tired
and wan as they re-assomblcd this
morning after their arduous work of
yesterday. Whllo tho sessions lasted
practically all night thero wcro no ex
citing scenes or Incidents.
The engagement of Miss Mamlo L.
Smith, daughter of tho lato D. B.
Smith of this city, to J. Lovctto Rock
well Is announced.
Gent's Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s. Queen street for
one week only; don't fall to soe them.
ftft ftftftftftft $ .
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Gcd, Roberts March
In Streets of Pretoria
London, Juno C, 10:25 a. m. Lord
Roberts telegraphed to tho War Ofllco
"Pretoria, Juno B, 5:35 p. m. The oc
cupation of tho town passed off most
satisfactorily and tho British flag is
now hoisted on top of tho Government
offices. Tho troops met with a much
more enthusiastic reception than I an
ticipated. The Third Battalion of tho
Grcnndlcr Guards lined tho sqnaro
when tho mnrch past took place.
"Owing to their having been on duty
nt somo distance around tho town, very
few cavalry and Infantry were nblo to
tnko part In tho ceremony. "
HAWAII SEPARATE DISTRICT.
San Fianclsco, Juno 2. Internal
Revenue Collector John C. Lynch re
ceived n telegram yesterday from In
ternal Revcnuo Commissioner Wilson
stating that It wns not considered prac
ticable under the law to consolidate
Hawaii with tho First California dis
trict, nnd that therefore an internal
revcnuo collector for the Islnnds will
be appointed, who will execute his bond
anil qualify beforo Juno 11 of this year.
Tho dispatch stntcd also that thu
nowly appointed collector would ap
point R. N. Frlck as his deputy to tako
chargo of the organization of tho Ha
waiian Island dlstilct.
TAX ON HAWAII LIQUOR.
S.m Francisco, June C. John C.
Lynch, Collector of Internal Revenue,
received instructions from tho Trear
ury Department this morning that will
bo of Interest to shippers of liquor to
Hnwall. Tho ruling Is thnt on or after
Juno 14 all spirits nrrlving at thu Isl
ands fiom tho United States frco of
duty must pay the Interunl revenue
tax. These Instructions will be sent to
Chief Deputy Frlck, who will bo In
chargo of tho Hawaiian olllco until a
collector Is appointed and qualified.
Send More Troops.
Washington, D. C, Juno 2. Whn
Generals Otis nnd Schwan arrive hero
there will bo a conferonco between
them and Secretary Hoot In refcrenco
to tho question of sending nioro truopa
to tho Philippines. Gencrnl MncArthur.
ticncinl Otis' successor, has been urg
lug for somo tlmo that he should havo
more envalty. Tho War Department Is
now convinced that his request should
bo complied with, but nothing will bo
done until Secretary Root has obtained
tho lows of Generals Otis and Schwan.
Threo cavalry regiments will bo sent.
11th OF JUNE.
Hawaiian nnd American flags cm ho
gotten In Iwakaml's store, Hotel Btrctt.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all Bhapes. H. P
Cooper Says Farewell
E, P. Dole Assumes Control
Th cpollco forco was drawn up In
lino In tho pollco station yard this
forenoon to bid farowoll to Attorney
Gencrnl Cooper who, nt 12 midnight
censes his duties In that office. Mr.
Cooper appeared on tho scene In com
pany with Deputy Attorney General
Dole, Marshal Brown nnd Doupty
After a revlow Mr. Cooper stated to
the police force that It was with deep
regret that ho was about to relinquish
chnrgo of tho department. Ho praised
them for tho excellent standard which
they had kept up In the past and com
mended their many acts of bravery.
Certainly, It was duo to tho excellent
discipline of tho pollco nnd their ofll
cers that peace had been preserved in
tho city. Trying circumstances had
como up but tho pollco had always
como out with flying colors.
This speech having been translated
by Deputy Marshal Chllllngworth, Mr.
Cooper Introduced Deputy Attorn y
General Dolo as the next Attorney Gen
crnl. Mr. Dole said ho took tho ofllco of
Attorney General with a. docp senso of
his responsibility. Ho then asked for
tho co-operation of the pollco with him
In tho work of tho department. The
pollco had been a great credit to tbo
country In tho past He hoped that this
would contlnuo In tho future.
Mr. Dole praised tho excellent work
of Mnrshal Brown and his deputy nnd
then announced that they would con
tlnuo In ofllce, ono as High Sheriff and
tho other as his deputy.
Mr. Cooper hero announced tho win
ners of tho medals recently offered by
him for oxccllcnco In marksmanship:
Captain Parker, winner of gold medal,
score, 411; Ofllcor P. Atatanl (Samoan.)
winner of stiver medal, scoro 386; Offi
cer c. 11. Uaker, winner or bronzo
medal, score 344.
Marshal Brown called up Captain
Fox of tho Mounted Patrol and then
Mr. Cooper presented this bravo ofll
cor with a. gold captain's badgo, saying
In a volco shaken with emotion:
"Captain Fox, you have rendered n
sterling service an act of bravery I
shall never forget. Tho incident I re
fer to Is the runaway at the O. R. & L.
depot the other day In whlcn my wlfo
and daughter wero concerned. 1 shall
never forget that act. I lived hours in
tho short spaco of tlmo during which
Dm runnwnv wns In nrocrcsB. This Is
an Individual recognition of what you
did and I hopo you will wear It on all
On behalf of tho police department,
Mnrshal Brown expressed regret nt
losing Mr. Cooper who, ns head, had al
ways backed up tho police. He was
glad If tho police department hnd giv
en batlsfactlon but no doubt, this was
lnrgely duo to tho feeling that tho olu
cers would bo protected In tho per
formance of their duties. "It Is with
regret thnt wo loso Mr. Cooper," said
Marshal Brown, "but It Is with pleas
uro that wo welcomo Mr. Dole."
McCANDKESS THE MAN.
Senator J. A. McCandlcss hns been
offered tho position of superintendent
of nubile works by Governor Dole. It
Is very probable Mr. McCandlcss will
Miss Clara Dckum nnd Jackson R.
Myers, manager of Hamoa plantation,
Maul, wcio married in St. Audrcw'n
Cathedral by tho Rev. Alex. .Mackin
tosh ycsteiday afternoon. Only thu
relatives and n few Intimate Irlends
wcro present. Miss Knto Kelly was
mnid-of-honor whllo the groom wns
attended by W. A. Baldwin. Tho ush
ers wcro Dr. J. Watt and M. F Pross-jr,
both of Kauai.
Tho bride entered tho catbcdial lean
ing on tho nun of her brother, Ed.
Dekum. As tho bridal party advanced
to tho chancel Wrny Taylor playad tho
Lohengrin wedding mnrch on tho or
gan. Tin' ct'rciiioi.y over, tho party wont
to the Frcetb homo on Emma utiect.
where a 1 eceptlon w.ib held. Tho house
was beautifully decniated for tho oc
casion. Mr. and Mis. Myers sailed In
tho Clmidlno fm Maul yesterday (ifter-
Invltntlons to the linll.
Tho committee In chargo of the Ad
mission Day ball urgently request Unit
peoplo desirous of luvltntlons to tho
ball call tit tho post ofllco and get their
mall. Complaints that Invitations have
not been received havo been lepcntedly
made, when the committee has already
mnllcd the Invitations.
For fine full dress shirts at S1.00 eueh
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts nro 6trlctly high grade as to 5
and quality. "
Tho Metropolitan Meat Market will
bo closed after 10 o'clock (tomorrow)
tho 14th. beo notice under New To
day. Co. A, ... G. II.. Is ordered to assem
ble at tho Di 111 Shed tomorrow morn
ing at S :30. See notlco under New Today.
Pa Judges Appointed. M
P-a Washington, Juno 2. Tho I
fa President today sent to tho ta
Pfl Senate the following nomlna- Wfi
M tlons for Hawaiian offices: to
Py Morris M. Estco of California a
Ml to be United States District to
Pa Judge for tho Territory of Ha- to
Pa wall; John C. Balrd of Wyom- to
Pva Ing to bo United States District to
Pa Attorney of Hawaii; Daniel V. to
ta Ray of Illinois to bo United to
M States Marshal of Hawaii. to
Pa Washington, Juno C. The to
pJl President today sent tho fol- to
r"-3 lowing nominations to tho Sc- to
P-l ate: to
P-n W. F. Frear of Hawaii to be to
Pa cChlcf Justice of the Supreme to
P4 Court of Hawaii. to
Pa Clinton A. Galbralght and to
P-a Antonio Perry of Hawaii to be to
Pi ABsocIato Justices of tho So- to
Pa premo Court of Hawaii. to
Pa Judges Circuit Cnnrta nf Ila- kn
P..T wall to
Pu Abram S. Humphreys of Ha- to
P4 wall, First Judge, First Clr- to
Pa cult. to
Pa R. B. Slllman of Hawaii, to
Pn Second Judge, First Circuit to
to John W. Kalua of Hawaii, to
P-a Second Circuit. to
Pn W. S. Eddlngs of Hawaii to
Pa Third Circuit. to
to Gilbert F. Littlo of Hawaii, to
to Fourth Circuit. to
to J. Hardy of Hawaii, Fifth to
to Circuit to
Pa William Haywood of Hono- to
to lulu to bo Collector.of Internal to
to Revcnuo, District of Hawaii, to
Pa Washington, Juno 5. Tho to
to Senate, In cxccutlvo session to- to
Pa night, confirmed alt tho noail- to
P-a nations sent In today. to
to M. M. Estee of California, to to
to bo United States District Judge to
,to of Hawaii; J. C. Balrd 01 Wy- to
to omlng, to bo United States Dls- to
to trlct Attorney nf Hnwnll. Mi
Ba Tho nomination nf Wllllnm
to Haywood of Honolulu, to be
to Collector of Customs, District
ra or Hawaii, was not confirmed.
P-l Tho Senate has confirmed the
r-J appointment of E. H. suck- to
Pa able for'thls post. . to
SAN PRANCI8CO PLAGUB.
San Francisco. June C Dr. O'Brien
of tho Board of Health reports that no
now cases of plague, oithcr deaths or
suspected rases, havo been reported
within tho past twenty-four hours.
Tho removal of Chlneso from the
quarantined district to Mission Rock
will not be undertaken until tho In
junction proceedings now ponding In
tho United States court havo been de
cided. At the Orphcum.
There was a good house at the Or
phcum last evening for tho second per
formance of Fra Dlavolo. Tho opera
went smoothly from Btnrt to finish, tho
only Interruptions being frequent en
cores for nil of the principals. Wolff
was In fino fettlo laBt night and was
forced to repeat his "Robber" song
twice ns well as the choicest parts of
his drollery. "Mr. Baker was well re
Fia Dlavolo, ns presented, mnkes a
most ugrceablo evening's entertain
ment. Mr. Rogers, into basso of the
Boston Lyrics, Is singing tho rolo of
Matteo very successfully. Tonight will
bo the last night of "Dlavolo.". "11 Tro
vatoro" taking its placo for tho bal
ance of tho week. There being nothing
to prevent this week a mntlnco per
formnneo of II Trovntoro will bo given
Satin day nt tho usual prices of 25 and
50 cenls. Seats aro already on sale.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufactnrers' Shoe Co
Our stock is now replete with good fits.
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with you;
children, send them In and they will n
celve just the same care and attention
and their eet will be Just as carefull)
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foH Iks
bill, and promise you that both will b