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Who Is Yoflr Favorite School Teacher ?
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I ONlTVOTE I'OIJ
oW '.c f";f School
TIM! MOST I'OI'Ul.Alt
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vou. VJII. No. lfl
HONOLHIilT. TBUUITOHY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JINK 2s MOO
PltlOK 5 OlJNTH.
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CJri ZJ I 1
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Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
TIio school children who nre get-
ting totes for their favorite tench-
era should take note, of the op- 1
portunlty offered them to secure
ono of the valuable ,irizci offered '
to the person who shall m ure the 1
most subscribers to tho llulletln '
by July 31. A good chanco for
some bright young boy or lrl to i
send their favorlto on a tacatlon
trip to ban Francisco rnd at the
samo time get a braul tew $70 '
The teacher who shall hato secure J
the most votes at the end of this con
test will be git en n free trip to Snn
Francisco nnd return. , i
The old stnmlby, the Australia, thlch '
enn always be depended on, plnguo
or no plague, territorial law or no ter
ritorial law, Is tlio ship that will carry
the fortunnto teacher who secures the
prize on her well deserted outing trip,
liver anc knows the Australia, and
though she dots roll just n little bit,
the food you get Is bo good it simply
has to stay down. The genial captain
and purser will undoubtedly do nil In
their potter to make the trip a delight
ful time long to be lcmcmbeied by the
teacher who is declared the most popu
lar of the Islands. The- return ticket
will bo good for four months nnd the
tlsit nt the Coast will bo limited In
time only by the dlres of the teacher.
If you want to glvo ono of our'
teacher fi lends one of tho most pleas
nut summers they hate eter cnJord
Just cut out the votes which nppenr In
the upper right hand corner of this
pago in each Issue and deposit them In
the ballot box nt tho llulletln office.
If your nre not satisfied with this slow
( way of bringing her to tho front why
tncu subscribe for tho llulletln and get
our friends to subscribe. You will
get all the news nnd tho most correct
news and get It nil tho time, and in ad
dition you will be git en totes to cast
for your favorlto teacher ns follows,
according to tho term of your sub
scription: 1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAII 750 "
Subscriptions nre 75 cents a month
or $8 a year in advnnce.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ons who, between February 1st and
July 3 1st, shall send in the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
lt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 870.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models oo, 02 and Q4 of
the 1900 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight zo pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, ttt. 24 lbs.
The blcvde to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents'
for Cleveland Blcvcles. (The choice may 1
be made between the corresponding ladles' I
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
a lady). 1
Snd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. Tl.K
machine will be furnished by U. Her-
gcrBcn. 3uic agciu lot 111c nawauan
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Cnmern,
4x8, with Outfit, $40.00.
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Hack an I
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, TrlpoJ, 3 .
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
uraauate, stirring koj and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Ljit-
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with U Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and must natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Ucrgatrom
music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
liast three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
won as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4 Any person In the Ha
waiian lslunds is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 58.oo per year,
lj.00 for three months: strictly In advance.
8K Millions Destitute In India.
Slmln, Juno 11. Over G.OOO.OOG per
eous ate now recelting relief. There
was an Inneaso In Ilombay of 200.000.
last week owing to tho letu.n of desti
tute peoplo who deseited the woiks oil
account of tho cholein scaie. Tho pros
pects of a fair monsoon aro somewhat
rOUIlTII OP JULY.
A great number of Hawaiian and
American tlags can bo gotten In Iwaka
mi's store, Hotel street.
OPTION ON HARBOR PLAN
Mr. DllllD0bam's Killhl Basin Scheme
It Would Greatlj Increase Honolulu's Ni?I
gttlon Facllltl'S-ArriDgtmeDt With
Kiploliul Estate Extended.
Early last year the llulletln gave lc
ports of borings being made In the
ruf between lwllel and Quuiantlno
Island, The work was done by tho
Kaplolanl Estate, Its purpose being to
ascertain the character of the bottom
In tonuetlon with a harbor extension
scheme. This was to excatate a chan
nel from Honolulu harbor to Knllhl
basin, using the material to b illd up
land for warehouses on either fide. Ka
llhl basin nffonls a large area cf icep
and sheltered anchorage.
After the experiments, which were,
regal ded as favorable to the plan, II.
P Dillingham, on behalf of th Oai
llallwn and Laud Company secured
an option on the water nnd lnnd hold
ings with n ticw to developing the
scheme. The land includes a largo
platcnu oterlooklng the basin, which U
a tery eligible site for town extension
Lately the option expired. Mr. Dill
ingham being absent on the Mainland,
but Elmer 12. l'axton itctlng for him
has liiul It renewed. Mr. Dillingham
has neter lust sight of the project. It
Is understood that he Is confident of
being nblc to bring It to a triumphant
T1IH YACHT RACCS.
At n meeting of the yneht tnthutlsatH
In the otllce of the Pacific Cycle & Man
ufacturing Co. last evening, plans for
the yacht races of the lVirth of July
G. W. Drotherton, appointed at last
week's meeting n committee of one to
consult with the Fourth of July com
mittee, reported tinting talked with
Geo. W. Smith about the yacht races.
He had asked that at least $50 for first
prizes in the four classes be allowed
and that a fair amount be put up ns
second prizes. It Is probable that tho
committee on finances will act favor
ably. The I.a Paloma, Evn and Helens will
be entered In the first clnts race. The
course will be 11 twenty-mile beat to
wlndwuid and return or oro mil Koku
Head, Makiipu l'olut to Rabbit lelund
The yachts of the second, third and
fourth classes, twelve In all, will tall
out tho usual 15-mlle course.
Another meeting will be held before
the Tom th to complete arrangements
for the luces.
Lord Cliuiiilcy Tonight.
Ileiger's orchcstiu cannot be at tho
Opera House dining the early part of
this etciilng, the musicians being
obliged to attend the school services
at Punnhuii ginduatiou. Wh.it little
Incidental music there Is in connection
with the presentation of "Lord Chum
ley" during the first pait of the evening
will be pliied by l'rnnk Sharp on tho
Exceptional Interest Is centered In
E. II. Sotliern's greatest comedy suc
cess of "I.oid Chumlej" to be given by
the Xelll company this etenlng at tho
Opel :i Houtsc. In tliu title role Ml.
James Nclll has met with one of the
most enviable siucesses In his long and
Interesting caicer. The charm ter Is
that of an effeminate, drawling man,
who Is miiHciilnr enough to dellvci u
solar plcxls blow, and sagacious, enough
to countciplot the Machintellan Kclicme
of n sinful I'leuchmun who, by con
trltlng a false charge against the sol
dier brother of Chumley's sweetlienit,
would secure her foitune through her
Olivette at the Ornlieum.
"The Girl from Pnils" closed nt the
Orpheum last night after a tery suc
cessful run. Tonight the company
will present Audran's thiee act comic
opera "Olltette." This bill Is full of
good lomedy set to tery catchy mil
tic and Is sure to please. Sousa's greet
success, "El Capltnn" will hold thu
boards on Monday nnd those who w.Hh
chair seats should engage them nuw
Saturday afternoon the company will
pietent "Olltette" for the ladles and
cliildien. Seats In all parts of tho
house ttventy-flto cents.
Gent's Hcrmsdorf dyo black sox su
perior quality, two pairs for 23 cents,
at h. Jill Ken- & Co 's, Queen stieet ft,
one week only; don't fall to see them.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
ROOMS ii-k, tid Floor J g A,M 4 P, M
llOUSt I 7,0 ) JO P. M
WITHDRAWS FROM PRACTICE
Order Wanted to Sell Real Estate
to Pay Debts.
Action for Recovery of Debt Judge Stanley
Itis- Important Trusteeship Mailer
, Under Adrisement.
Judge W. S. tidings, appointed by
I'li-idilcnl McKlnle-y for the Tlilid Cir
cuit, has withdrawn from scterul
cases In which he wns attorney. His
commission will probably be here
from Washington tonight.
Samuel Knlllmnt, administrator of
the estate of .1. l'lnas, deceased, peti
tions fur nu order to sell rc.il estn'e, to
liquidate unpaid claims of JIMS.
Mary Miupherson petitions for nti
order to take tho testimony of (lir
trudo McKnlg, contemplating depar
ture from the Territory. In the petition
er's nrllun against 1'. M. Ilrooks to re
coter $1730 nnd Interest.
Judge Stanley has under rnnsldc ra
tion, after hearing nigument, the- mat
ter of trusteeship of J. M. Mons.ii rat
for Mrs Susie I mid .Mary Millie!
Cartwrlght. I'lnnl nrgmii"nt was on
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(.Special to the llulletln )
S.in I'r.tnrlsrii, Cnl., June IB. When seen by a representatlte of tho
llulletln today regai ding the quarantine order Hsued b State cpmrnn-
tine Olflcer Kln 01111, Supt. rillmo-e, of the Hontlicrn Pnclllr Company
stated that his company hnd been served with such an order but It
bad been derided not to obey the order so fur as whites were concerned.
Chinese or other Asiatics would be compelled to show a iPitllleatc
from the Marino Hospital sertlec, befoio transportation to other
Stall's would bo Bold the m.
Ho said that whites would be lnfoimed of the order nnd cautioned
of the possibility of being held up nt the Stnte line nnd ((impelled to
sw ear thnt they lint o not been tvlthln the Infected district within (If-
teen ilnjs of their lentlng the city. Mr. l'lllmore stated that he had
been ndtlscd by the law department of the Santo Ke road that that !
load would Ignore the order entirely.
C.oternor Ongo Is now In communication with tho authorities nt
Washington regarding the matter and he hopes to hate the order re-
deluded In tlew of his statement to Secretary Hay that no plague has !
existed or does exist In this city.
Marine Hospital Sen Ice. San Francisco Quarantine, San Francisco,
California. June IS, 190. """
Southern Pacific Hallway Company, San Francisco, California.
Gentlemen: In accordance with the law of March 27, 1SX nnd the
regulations made thereunder and promulgated by order of the Presl-
dent limit r date of May 21, l'.'OU. ou are here) notified and directed
until further, orders not to Issue transportation to nn.tone leatlng San
Francisco for other States or Territories of the L'nlted States unl-st cm
in ei.ent.itlon of certificate signed b n Marine Hospital officer. Inspei-
tors of the Marine llotpltnl Serlc now stationed nt the State benders :
lute been Instriuted to allow no pasrfengeis lomli.g from San Finn- !
ilseo to pass the borders of the Stte on all common earlier unless
11 certificate It furnished. This Ins Imi n maelo neeessar on aecuunt of :
the lifting of the epiarantllic b older of the Feileial com t theii'by
allowing people who linte possibly bn exposed to the Infection of
plague to leave this city for other States. :
(Sigurd., J. K1NY0FN,
Surgeon M. II. S. QuaiautlueOlllier.
: : : : : : : . . .;. . . .;. . . .;. . . . .;. .
n motion by J. A. Mngoon, counsel for
Mrs. C.irtw right, ror nu order of the
court accepting the resign itlon of Mr
Monsair.it ns trustee of the estate, upon
p.iinent by him of tho balance found
to be due the estnte, by the (ourt In
his nu ount. nlso tho amount of .'J.Vn.
that of the Line mortgnge, and 1 inquir
ing him to proline tin usiigumciu of
the mortgnge not held In I1I1 own
inline as tiuslic. Mr. Mousarrut. ap
pearing In piison, opposed the motion.
MIKI SAITO IUOM KAUAI.
Japami-c Consul Mlkl Salto letuin
cd fioin Kuu.il lu tho Walalealt toelav
latter sex ml duH spent nniong the
.lup.iiii'Hct laboieia of the tailous plun
tatlons of the (iaidcn Isle. Mr. halto
1 was icstlng aftci ills trip when 11 Ilul-
lnllti n.iuirti.t. e.nlli.il ill Ills linuxe. but
hla cleik gutu out the following.
"Mr. Salto wishes It salil that he Ins
siicieedeil In bilnglng about peace
among the Japancbe on Kaunl nnd that
now, tho turbulent element Is back
ngulu nt wink as of old.
"Slight tioiible was uxperlem eel nt
I.lhiiei but nt Kcknlia was wheiu Ml.
Siilto hud the hnrilest time. At that
place he mi siompelleil to speak for
three hours continuously In order to
get tho laboiers to listen to reason,
(luting hud u misunderstanding with
the Immlgiutloii (ompaii) that emplo)
cd them, tuey went out 011 .1 stiike th it
lasted .1 week.
"Mr. Salto feels Hint theie will lie
no 111010 tioiible 011 K.tuul foi the Ja
panese uiiileistund tho situation uiiu
pletely." Pump All Ul(ilit.
Tho bt.iteniint of tioiible with 'I
pump nt O.ihu college, muele in this
pupil the other elii, happily piotes to
be lucorid't. Until pump unil eiirilim
n.e pcrfuimlng full and s.itlsfnctoiy
STACKAIII.i: In Honolulu, June 20
11)00, to tho wife of E. II. St.ickuble.
Fine Job Printing at tho llulletln
NATIVE POLICE RESERVE
r. u , Ti7 e . . ..
Fifty Men to Hold Sptclal Police
Be Called On In the Event of
Trouble-On ibe Same Fooling
As CitlZ'Ds Guard.
Tor n month or more past Senior
C'antnln Parker of the nollee form has
had In his chnrge the woiklng up of ,i
nollcc rescrte or what tho until e-s
would call "makal ku Ikaw.i." The Idea
originated with High Sheriff Ilrown
and Is the direct outcome of the trouble
with the plantation J.ipaneso through
It was si en that n sudden call on the
police department fnt a posse 'o
hnstcn to any part of this or the other
islands would lentc the city unprotect
ed and subject to attack
'Mils resene will be practl(Hlt) on
the same footing ns the Cltli-ciis'
(liitud. Sncnklnc about the mntlet this
I imirulni: Cuptnln I'.uker tinil the fol
low I nu to i,i
"I have Iipmi nt this thing for n
mouth iiinl linte done lilt vei best to
keep tlie matter quiet but now It Is
out and .miii have the main points, I
might as well tell ou what I kuu.t
"I hate secureil the names of Oil na
il wh who weie piotlously with mo
In the military or on the pollco force.
They ure nil men who nre hnudy with
lilies nnd letolters nnd who would
foim a 'must formidable boily in tho
ctcnt of tioiible.
"Out of these Cfi men I llitenel to
select fifty for the police le-sene. I l
Ilete that number to be sullle lent. Km h
man will be glten u lomnilssloii ns ,1
spu'l.il ollleei just as In the ease of tho
"A few das ago I called a meeting
of thebo men In the police station mid
explained to them my object. 1 tend
them the would only be paid at such
times ns the guiriiuneul shoulil cull
upon tlieni for iihslHtiiucc. The would
be expected to drill nt certain times In
cudei to keep 111 form.
"I was a little till aid that the men
would not accept the terms but, when
I hail censed speaking, they pledged
tliemsrltcs to u mini and salil further
that the would piomlse 111c n bundled
"With this body of trained men In
tail nt any moment, Honolulu peoplo
need hate no f(ur ns to the p.esena
tlon of law and order In the city. They
uie pledged to gii.ud Honolulu or to go
to nil) pail of the Islands ns oiilend.
BOARD OF HEALTH SLATE
The slate for the leorrfiulzed Hoard
of Health Is said to hate been deildeil
upon, ami the ollleers will be elected
at the next melting ns follows:
President. Dr. C. I., (hut in; (xcui
tlte olllier, J. I). McVeigh, Clt Sani
tary Olllter, I)i J. S II 1'mtt; Assist
ant, C It. Ilemenw.i Ed Tow no will
piobably continue In dinige of the In
spector as It Is ileemul nuea-iuiy that
the woik bo continued.
Fo rflne full diess shirts nt (1,00 each
L. II. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts aro strictly high grade as to fit
INTERNAL REVENUE TAXES
i. , ... ., ,77
Contributions of Business Concerns to
Unlttd States Treasury.
Collectable en July 1 and Penalty for Nonpay
ment on August 1 Will Abolish Swipes
Braving and Okoltbao Distilling.
The F. S. Internal Itetentie spechl
taxes ror the ear beginning July I
nnd ('inline June Zu must lie pnld with-!
In the month of July. For failure to
make tho return within that month,
the Comiulrlsotier Is lequl.rd b law to
nsses n penalty of So per cent of the
amount of the tax. and for making a
false return 100 per cent thereof
Collector William Hnwood nnd .Mr.
1 human, deputy finm Snn Francisco,
gate the lliilletln Information leganl-
Ing the luxes for the guidance of all I
It will not do for any business limn
liable to n tax to remit the motie.t nnd i
nsk for the stump denoting nm-nt In
ii turn. He must oliinln the pioperi
form of return from ' the Collector,
which h els to sign nud swen ito, and
forwnrd with the amount of tn to the
Collector. Ileum Is n sihedule of tuxes
fe r thi businesses liable whlili exist In
l.lollol'H, lite. I
Itectlllers of less than .".MD barrels.. 100
ltc( tillers of r.ejO barrels or mole.. 200
Drulirs, retail liquor 2.
Dealers, wholesale liquor 100.
Denlers ill malt liquors, whole-
Denlers In limit liquors only re- '
Illicit distillers me liable to the tax
ns well as tlioc llcenseel by law.
KieperH of bathing resorts Selling on
the sly, Chinese anil Japanese store
keepers having samshii or sake, or a I
drop of white man's stimulant for the
matter of that, all must make return
and payment of the tax. The ollleers
I nre privileged, lionet er. from giting
etldcnco against Illicit dealers In the
Ilrewcrs of less than 300 barrels...) 5J
llrew( rs of 500 barrels or more . . 100
This knocks nut tho makers of
i swipes unless they pa the tax. Ono
, not qunllfjlng will hate to answer to
' the retenuu ollliers as well ns the po
lice. Miiniifnetuicrs of stilts ;."o
I And for each worm manufactured 20
And for eaih wor mmauufattuied 20
Retail elenlets In ()l(omnigarinc... IS
Wholesale elenleis In oleomnrg.ir-
I MaiiufiicturrrB of oleniniigarlne,
per annum Goo
Ah tlie chief illstrllmtors of oleo
margarine are the small giocers the
1 letall lax, In addition to Ilnwnihn law
nslili HoiiM. ought to drlte that nitlelc
out of the local market.
Tolmcco nnd Cltir-H.
Denlers In leaf tnbacio, for sales
not exceeding .".u.oi") pounds .J C 00
Dealers In leaf tobaceo, for silej
exceeding 50,000 nnd not ex
ceeding lOO.Oi.'O pounds 12 00
Denlers III leaf tobairo, for sales
exiKilIng loo.OOO pounds .... 21 00
! Dealers In tobario (peisous who
I sell mauufaetuied tobacco,
I sniilf, or dg.irs) whose annual
sales 0X((ee i"0 000 pounds .... 12 00
Mauufactuiers of tobacco whoso
annual sales do not exceed .'0,-
Ono pounils 0 00
Miiuiifuituieis of tobaeio whose
annua! pales exceed .'O.ouO nud
do not exceed lOO.Oeiil pounds.. 12 00
Manufai tiiKis of tobaero whose
, iitiim.it sale-s exceed lOO.OOu
I pounds 21 00
Manufactuiers of dgais who9u
f annual sales do not exceed
I 100 0oo (Ignis per milium .... fl 00
.Maiiufni tiiiiis of cigars wlim-n
utiliiiiil sales exceed lOu.OOO but
do not excetel 200 000 12 00
Mniiufac tureis of clgais whosu
annual sales exceed 200,000 per
milium 21 00
Tlie Hawaiian tobacco grower doe
not hat ii to pay the tnx. It Is the deal
er biilng from tho farmer who Is li
able. AiiiiiHcincnt Ciitcrcr-H,
Pioprletors or lessees of then
tern, museums nun concert
hulls In cities of ener 25 000
population, as shown by last
preceding F. S census $100 00
Piopiletors of cIuum-s 100 on
Proprlctois of all othei exhl
btlons or shows for money . 10 0')
Pmprletnis of bowling alles
nnel bllllnul looms for e.ieh
iillt-y or t.iblo 5 00
D.inKeis. On capital nnel surplus
I of $:.",000 or less .,.$50 00
1 Hankers For each additional
$1,000 of capital or surplus
exceeding $23,000 2 00
llrokerK , 50 00
Paw nbrokers 20 00
Commercial brokers 20 00
Custom House Brokers 10 00
Orators Will Assist
Jn l,ie Glorious Fourth
The siib-iommlttee In rhnrge of the
llternr exeo Ises held n meeting yes
terday afternoon and outlined ns far a
possible the geueinl feature's of tout
portlnri of the Fourth of July program
delegated to them. The snort time pt
the dlsposnl of proposed orators made
it somen hnt illUlcult feu the committee
to reach a conclusion that would glte
a lltely progmm and nt the same time
grant due (onstilcratlon to the speak
ers for preparation.
After n (omplete enntnss of the sTjjt
ntlon n teiitntlte program wns decided
upon pending the possible arrival of
Federal ollleers In the China. whoo
high standing In the public life or the
nation anil Imporlnnt pifsltlnns under
the Terrltor naturally point to theiri
as the principal speakers of the day.
Shoulil It be ne-cessary to break over
the u-eiial custom or drawing upon new
outside mnterlnl for the Fourth n Hit
of local speakers wns decided upon to
make short addresses appropriate to
the iluy. Should Judge Eslie arrive a
oxpecteil he will be requested to pre
side nt the meeting nnd make a ihoit
Introductory address followed by Dl
tilct Attorue Ilalrd. Judge (lalliralth,
Jmlge HuinpluejH nud T Me Cants
Stewart were nlso iiiinulmcuisly chosen
niniing the local speakers to be request
ed to assist In the e.xeiclscs.
The musical "parts of the program
weie placed In the hands of Wra Tat
lor, who assured the assistance of the
Amateur Orchestra, dipt. Ilerger teti
deied Hi (-seniles of the band, but
knowing that It would 'bo n tery hard
day for the bos, the committee IHIev
ed It would be n fair dltislon of work
to accept the sertlces of the oichcstra.
It Is probable n lady soloist will be re
epiestid to sing 'Columbia" and n gon
tlemnu to lender the "Star Spangled
Ilanner." It was toted to lequest Ceo.
II. McClellan to read the Declaration
Unless the plans ns detelopeel li the
(icnernl Committee make n ilinnge nd
vlsable, the exeitlbes wilt be hold in
the Opera House at 11 o'clock tho
morning of the Fourth. .
Seteinl i!a8 ago lll.it K. drlter tot
Mr Hendricks nt Knlmukl, dioto up
In front of the llulletln otllce nnd tied
his horse dose enough to the blccle
of one of the c(inp!ocs of this otllcu to
make It dangerous for the blccle. Tho
horse In came frightened, b.uked up
nnd tipping over the blccle, lan oter
It, smashing it li.ully.
lllaik illd not even Inepilre ns to the
ownci but dime nttay saying thnt tli
blccle hnd no business on the stieet.
The owner did not bother Ulnck. but
wnlteel until he came Intel the olflce on
business this moinliig. He refused ab
solute! to pay an thing tow.ud re
pairs. This little- stoiy about lll.icl; Is pub
lished to show tlio-ie people who may
hate nny ele.illngs with lilm, Just what
kind of u innn he Is, The Information
may pi cite to bo of use.
Police Court NotcH.
In the Police Omrt till-.' forenoon the
following casts were disposed of: Mia
tnoto, building a house without a permit,
5ioo anJ costs; llarry l.e R-.v, C. Hucha
nan, Bob Ci.diwr and Ah Teng. selling
lliiuor w Ithout a license. June 20. Ah ttnn.
I riding a bicycle without a light, 2 and
THE WATCHMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, nil shapes. H.
Sixteen ounces or gold me sufficient
to gild a wire that would encircle tho
'H' t" "i '( ( i"?t '-l
They ore regular
If you cannot com' In with vour
children, send them In and they will r
celve just the same care and attention
and their feet will be Just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll fuat ire
bill, and promise you that both will be
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete with good fin,
good style and good wear,