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Vol. IX No. 1012
HONOLULU, TKltlllTOIty OF HAWAII, SATU11DAY. SEPTEMBER 2'2. 1000.
3'jhi'i: 5 Cunts.
' Uim EXHIBIT .,
Q. H, jWeyl:WrfteV of
Travels and His Stay
in Paris. .
, ILL rff?
FRENCHMAN CHARGE . ,
CANT SPEAK ENGLISH
' Governor's Picture Adorns Keg of
RiceMr. and Mrs. Berrey Ex
tend Their 'Tour to
Writing from Homo, Italy, under
Onto of August 21, Q. H. Bcrroy gives
the following Interesting account of
the travels of himself nml wife:
Since we left Honolulu, March 20th,
wo hno spent most of our time tra-
cling. We tourcil the Southern States
and visited many bathing resorts on
the Atlantic Const. Previous to our
departure for Europe, we visited Mld
dlctovvn, N. Y. There we mot n number
of the bos In blue who wero stationed
In Honolulu. They gnxo us n grand re
ception. Capt. Mclntjro made It very
pleasant and the bojs could not do
enough for our pleasure.
The xojnge across from New York to
Antwerp was very pleasant, neither of
us were sea sick The first fixe dajs af
ter our arrival wcie spent In Antwerp
and Ilrustels. The fort at Antwerp,
constructed In the tenth century and
the old cathedral are worth seeing.
They are very ancient. Some uf Ilu
bens' best pilntlngs are In Antwerp.
My wife Is full) cnjojlng this tour.
She Is continuously on the alert fn
good Kodak shots.? She thought tho
Belgians rather cruel to harness up
dogs and make them wotk. They arc
used In place of horses-to draw tho
milk, express and egctablo wagons.
When n ilog is pioperly harnessed wl'h
n heavy wire muzzle oxer his head, a
chain leading to the front of the cart
nnd fastened prevents htm from going
either side. If he refuses to pull and
falls back he comes In contact xvith
sharpened tods arranged to prod him.
In Ilrussels we saxv something new
In tho street car line, that Is. equal to
our Honolulu Rapid Transit. The curs
are two-story high with nvc wheels.
Tho fifth wheel Is made with a Hang-.
When running on a street that has i.o
track tho front Hanged wheel is ralnd
xxlth u level. Anlxlng on astrect hat
ing a track the Hanged wheel Is low
ered without stopping. This wheel
catches the track and holds tho car
Wc were In Paris a couple of weeks.
Tho Exposition as a whole was good.
The exhibits from South American
countries and Islands of the Paclllo
xvere not equal to their exhibits at Chi
cago In 1S93. Say, about that Hawa
iian exhibit. We wero really ashamed
to find no better. Wc xlslted tho spaco
set aside for Haxxati threo different
dajs. A joung Frenchman not ablo to
spon lea word of English was In chat Re.
Through an Intcrpicter we made him
understand that wo xvere from Hawaii.
What few shells and beads aro on exhi
bition weic not nuanged with any
taste. We only saw two small diuty
natlxo hats. I know there Is quite n
xarlety of hats and fans mado In the
Islands. If the W. C. T. U. oxhlblt of
Honolulu could haxo been sent oxer
and ananged as it is there. It would
hnxe been a ciedlt. The few sacks of
sugni and kegs of rice placed off from
where the spectators pass attract xoiy
little attention. One poitlou of the
exhibit caused a smile when discover
ed. That was Governor Dole's photo
small size, no flame, mounted on a kes
of lice and Just aboxe hung n largo pi
tuie of a Hawaiian glii in a beautlf il
fiamo. Mj wife was Indignant and
x anted to get a fiamo for It but the
man In charge would not allow us to
remove It. I saw that U. Halstead had
left his caid.
Now, If you aro In tho newspaper
business nnd can make jour press go
fast enough to print, cut, fold ani
Btamp n 14-page ncvvspapci at the rat?
of 50,000 papers per hour, ou will have
nn Idea of what we saw In the nowsp
per lino while visiting In tho United
States pavilion. This is only ono of
tho many Interesting things we sua
nnd the lapld strides In science din
ing the paBt few jears Is surprising
Paris is a lovely city, with high ston?
buildings and beautiful Btrects, park,
etc., but she Is lacking 'In many mod
ern Impioxenients, such as our mod
ern buildings have. Veiy fow build
ings In Paris are equipped with olec
tile flxtuics and most nil aro from
seven to eight stories high with no
"lifts" (fhey dp pot snj elevator) Pirls
s cQiuldortd t)io finest andniosjifai'i
lonablo city of the woiid, fmt I hive
my doubts if Ann rlcnns having any de
slro to adopt some of her stjle, e-
peclallj, thai of tho beer garders I
Wnflreftho women finessed In silk sit'
with men on the sidewalks and drink
beer and'vdjfe as wcjdoixxatcr.
Fr6m Parls'we visited tlenexa, Svvlt-
zerland, which Is a wonderland. 1
have read and been told of this beauti
ful city but never anticipated findings
such a garden of Eden on earth as
Gcnovi is with its splendid wide streets
and 'elegant shops. Tho museums are
excellent and here wo find the famous!
an iss neiu glasses, music uoxes ami
watches known tho world over for their
The death rate Is only fourteen to the
thousand, which alone speaks for the
htalthy locality. (Tho (city to located
on Lake Geneva' and If ""I could com
mand the artist's brush and tho poet's
pen I might give you a fain). Idea of
the lake which Is tho largest In Europe. ,
but ns I have not this power, will not,
attempt to dcscrlbo tho beautiful hills
and mountain homes we saw as we
sailed over the lake In a steamer, A
great portion of the scenery between
Geneva and Genoa, Italy ,1s often lost
to the traveler as wo passed through
sevent)-two tunnels! It riqulro twen-
tj-flve minutes to go through one of
For historical places -Oeneva cai
rightfully be called t"he "City of Pa'a-
ces' for where do we find so many old
homes of noted people. Wo visited tho
rojal palaces, saw tho rooms of the
Rojal Palace, Baw the rooms of tho late
King nnd went through nil of the royal
rooms. I w tali some of our Americans
could sco the furnishing of this pal
ace and compare It to tho Whlto House
in Washington. Tho house in which
Columbus spent his boyhood days Is
situated In n narrow street not over
12 feet xvldc. We xvere not allowed to
enter ns the building Unconsidered un-
safo and kept locked up, but wc went
through tho old homo of Chnrlcs Dick-'
ens and found It occupied by n number
of poor families. At Allaro we found
the homo of Byron nnd a large marble
stab on the wall still tells one that thi
famous poet once lived there.
In the St. Ambroglo wo found tho
Interior drnped In mourning for the
lato King and It was something grand.
I have seen rojal funerals In Hawaii,
but not equal to this. Thorn aro a
number of other very Interesting things
oiid places I might mention but I feel
the city of rujns holds more. To enter
Homo" wo passed througli n large gal",
for, like Peking It Is n walled city.
The wall Is about thlrtj-flvo feet hlga
and all produce brought from the coun
try is taxed before entering theso
gates. How would a Hnwailan like to
pay a tax on a bowl of pol ere enter
ing Honolulu? The first thing wo do
after securing rooms when arriving in'
a city Is to secure n guide. In nil Eu-1
ropcan cities of note It Is necessary to
have a guide, who speaks English ani
the language of tho country jou aro p.
These guides who know the hlstoiy of
nil Interesting places can bo omplovcd
for 25 to 30 francs u da), this docs not
Include tips or carriage nor entrain e
feo which is required to visit the gal
leries, museums, cathedrals, etc. Then
tho porter wants a tip that opens the
door. This Is from CO centimes to 0119
franc, if you oven ask the namo of u
street the person expects a tip, bo that
It is necessary to carry )our ptirso In
one hand and glvo out with tho other.
My wifo tries to convince mo that she
should have a tip when I ask a ques
tion. Ono of our visits in Home wai
tho Colosseum of riavlan Amphithe
ater which were commenced A. D. 72
nnd required 30,000 slaves seven jea'B
to finish. Titus opened It with user!. s
of games lasting one hundred days, at
which 9,000 anlmnls wero Blaln. ThU
structure Is Immense, tho circumfer
ence. Is 1848 feet. The area accommo
dated 87,000 spectators, under tho arena
Is a perfect network of rooms or caves
that run under tho gruund for 800 feet
In which the nntmnis for tho games
were kept. My wifo has box era 1 kodak
views of this structure
Prom hero our tickets call for
Venice, Milan, St. Gothard, Switzer
land, Lucerne, Olten, Ilasle, thence
through Germany nnd Belgium to Ant
werp then wo go via steamer to
England. Sailing for New York Sept.
22d. I will write you ngaln from othe.'
With b?Jt wishes, I nm,
Q. II. BEItREY.
BIG PAY FOR DENTISTRY
There Is another Incident to bo told
In connection with Mrs. Sturtovant'ri
unwitting possession for several yeais
In a lump of ambergris. Somo time ago
alio had a little work dono by a dontlrt
In San I'ranclsco, and when she want
ed to pay him he said he would prefer
Hawaiian South Sea curios to mono
Mrs. Sturtevant on returning home sent
him somo pretty Gilbert Island shells
and, as an cxart, n chunk of tho cuil
ous mass that has now been discovered
to bo ambergris. Tho dentist thus
probably got the valuo of $300 or $100
for a mero trifle of his piofosslonr'
Great Bald of .boots end shoes at S
cuts on the dollar at L. B. Kerr &
Co.'s shoe house, corner of Port an'
,1 VI: '
Five Hundred People Are
Addressed by Party
HON. SAM. PARKER
Hawaii's Interests Lie With Grand
Old Party--A. V. Gear
Pledges Payment of
W. C. Acht gave up the verandas and
lawn of his home at Palamn last night
to a great Republican rally. It was the
first blowout of tho election campaign
proper, tho mighty McKlnlcy nnd
Ilooscvelt ratification havlngiprecedpd
tho Republican primaries. The grounds
wero Illuminated with electric lights
and Chinese lanterns. Pull) halt i
thousand people nssomhlcd, fairly imI
nnced between natives and palo faces
Music was furnished by the campaign
quartet and Mr. nnd Mrs. Kalelkau.
enables n laige muster of Republi
can leaders mnny front rank Dcnv
crnts were In attendance, lolm L. K311
lukou was unanimously called to pre
side. Samuel Parker was the first speaker.
Ho said It was a great pleasure to nva
tho people. Ily request of Hnwnll .ml
Maul, us well as Honolulu, he had con
sented to run for Delegate to Congress
nn tho Republican ticket. Ho dcnlcj
having offcied to rotlro In favor of
Prince David, but would stand lojal to
the Ilcpubllcnn partj. There wero threo
candidates In tho field Ilobt. W. Wil
cox for the Independents, Prlnco Divid
for tho Democrats and tho "Cowboy of
Hawaii" for the Republicans. Ho could
not see how Mr. Wilcox would lie aid;
to exert any Inilucuco nt the coming
scrston of Congress If olectcd. The
speaker could not promise to make iny
effort nt restoration but It would bo
his work to see that Hawaii should ob
tain extensive harbor Improvements.
There was really only a choice botwecn
the Prince and himself. Whnt benefits
had the peoplo oxer recelxcd from Mi.
Wilcox? It was Republicans and
Democrats who had given them their
rights, the Independents having dono
Mr. Achl congratulated his fellow
workers on the splendid meeting. He
pointed out that tho main ciedlt of
having given every Hawaiian the full
nnd free franchise was dun to tho Re
publican party. President McKlnhir
and tho mnjorlt) of both Houses we, a
Republicans, nnd It was they who hid
placed tho Hawaiian masses on tho
same piano as Prince Dtvld Kavvnnan.i-
koi. Watch for tho Republican can
didates and vote for them. Sam. Pn
ker was a close friend of President Mc
Klnley nnd It would bo wise to elect
him as Delegate to Congress.
John D. Paris of Konn, Hawaii, made
a strong and terso speech for undivided
allegiance to tho Republican party.
Judge Walpullanl urged tho wlsdim
of starting right in this campaign, md
commented on tho poor selection of
candidates by the Independents In Ko
na. Tho natlxcs there might jet bo
brought round to support tho Republi
Enoch Johnson rclnted that w lien t'10
Aloha Ainu deiegntea went to Wash
ington to plead for restoration. It was
a Republican, Senator Hoar, who help
ed them while tho Democrats looked
askance at them. Wise courses now
wero tho means of obtaining Statehood.
James It. Boyd denounced John P
Cnlburn of tho Democratic party, who
was present, ns having been ono of tho
authors of tho loss of Hawaiian Inil:
pendenco. T. McCnnts Stovvart spoko at length,
arguing tho futility, under any circum
stances, of tho enuso of tho Indepen
dents. Even If successful they could
have no Influence with a Republic n
administration agntnst tho advlco uf
the Republican party of Hawaii. Ho
gavo the Independent lenders credit,
however, for meaning well nnd predict
ed that In tlmo they would bo good Re
publicans, standing In lino with sucli
friends of tho peoplo as W. C. Achl
and A. V. Gear. It would bo n barren
victory oven for tho Independents to
obtain control of tho Territorial Legis
lature. Their acts would be sulJ"'t
not only to tho Governor's veto bit
to tho disallow nnco of tho President
Ho raked the record of tho Democratic
pait), sajlng Clov eland was tho most
popular President who over Berved -ml
nt the samo lime tho most unpopular
Democrat with his paity who had ev-
been President In conclusion ho In
voked the people's snnnort for such
men as Sam, J,'irker,' y) C A'chl, John
I Kuulukou and A. V. Gear
A. V. Goal's opening "Aloha" wis
answered with a chorus of the sime
pr.etlng from tho assemblage, and be
went on to sn. Fellow Americans,
when von choose n friend )ou alwvs
want to prove him. You want to kno-v
Hint he has been jour friend In the
last, that he Is jour friend todaj, nnd
that he will prove )our friend In tho
future. When you choose a party )oi.
want to know that that party has been
friendly to ou In the nst. Is frlendlv
to joti today nnd Will be friendly to
ou In the future. The Republic hi
party Is such a party. You ask why It
has been your friend In tho past, and
I answer that It has glxen to ou xnd
to nic, nnd to all of us, the same right
to go to the polls nnd deposit our bal
lots for any candidate In tho lie id
from the lowest to tho highest wlthort
distinction. It is your friend today nnd
you ask wh). Because when ou s-o
such men as the Honorable Samuel
Parker, xvho is our friend, nnd tin
Honorable W, C. Achl, who Is our
friend, and Judge Kuulukou, T. Mc
Cains Stewart, Arch. Olinilan, Clarence
Crabbe, J. II. Ilo)d, L i. McCandless,
Chns. Wilcox nnd others who ou well
know arc all jour true friends when
you sco them, I sa, standing ns spon
sors for the Republican party you
know that the Republican party Is to
day jour friend. The Republican par
ty will prove jour friend In the futuie.
You ask xvhy and I will tell jou. Tho
Republican party will send ns their
own Delegate to Congress the Honoi
olilc Samuel Parker, who through tho
Influence of a Republican President
nnd n Republican Congress will secure
for you lighthouses Federal buildings
nnd harbor Improvements, bo that jou'
will find an increased field of nctlxltj '
which will render employment to hun
dreds of men nnd xxlli greatly Increase
the prosperity of the masses. The Re
publican party In Hittrnli promises jnu
and the Republican partj has alw ivs
kept its promises that all Its actions '
will he for the advancement nnd In-1
creased prospeilty of the Islands and
in jou an innsc 01 jou wnn nave ioei
jour business, jour homes nnd your
clothing, jour nll.thrmigh the visitation
of that great pestilence, the black
plague, the Republican party pledges
that cverj dollar which has been lost
will be pild In gold coin of the United
States of Amerlci In choosing jou
party weigh carefully In the bnlnme
the good' points anil the bid of ec,i
one Listen to the Independents.
Listen to the Democrats. Lis
ten to the Republicans. Hear what
they all have to tell you, and In chok
ing after careful thought 1 am sire
that jou will select as jour party !te
alohi Republican party.
After the speeches the people canio
forward us one man to shake hands
cordlnlly with Messrs. Achl and Par
ker. McKlnlcy nnd Roosevelt buttons
were shelled out right nnd left and
eagerly appropriated by tho natives.
GEO. RODIIiK HONORED.
Geo. RoilIck of the Hllo branch of II
il.ickft hi . Co , was a passenger In the
Klnau this forenoon on his wnj to his
home In Germany. To show how great
ly Mr. Itodlck Is esteemed In Hibi,
Commodore Becklcy gavo the folio v
ing to a Bulletin reporter today:
'At Hllo jestcrdnj, Mr, Itodlck was
given n sond-oft ho will not forget very
soon. The eighteen Masons who had
Just been given their 32d degree and
a large number of citizens of Hllo, Met
Mr. Rodlek at tho Walakca bridge ami
carried him for about a third of a mile.
There wns singing line! shouting and .1
liberal display of tho flags of many na
tions. Even the Chinese and Japanese
turned out. 'I he whole demonstration
xvns nrrnnged as n farewell to Mr. Ro
dlek who has done so much for Hllo
und Hllo peoplo."
The Or .hcum.
Tonight will positively be tho last
opportunity to see tne minstrel com-
panj as they leave for tho Mnlnlan I
next Wednesday, theieforo n special
program lias been prepared for tin
faiowcll performance. Mr. lieu Wisu
the popular and clever comedian an 1
tho bright, vivacious comedienne, MU
Klttla Milton will put on their funnlejt
sketch Miss Bradley wilt sing n na
tive song composed by Mr, Coelhs
Jerry Mills nnd all tho others wilt help
to mako up tho best performance yet
given by tho company,
Covvnn Paid Up.
A. Cowan appeared In the Pol he
Com t this forenoon on tho chargo of
embezzlement. Deputy Sheriff Chlll
Ingvvorth explained that Mr. Macfar
lane did not wish to prosecuto Cow an
and then nsked that a nolle prosequi bo
entered. This wns granted.
It appears that Cowan scraped to
gether enough money jesterdny to pnv
for tho two tjpowritors over which tho
tiouhlo aroso and, as this money was
handed over to Mr. Mncfarlano, tho
latter did not caro to press the c.130
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H
A complcto now stock of genti
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. D. Kerr
Large Number Raised to
Thirty Second Rank
NEW LODGE FORMED
BY LEADING CITIZENS
Prowess of the Two Railways Hil
Road Extension Oehr Writes
of Progress of Kohala
Hllo, Sept. 21. II. E. Cooper under
special dispensation for the Grai.d
Lodge lias raised eighteen members if
Kllaueii Lodge No 330, to the Thirty
second Degree of Mnsonry nnd estab
lished the following lodges with cor
responding oltlcers: Iodgc of Perfec
tion: John T. Molr, Master, Arch. C.
Steele, S W.! Chos. II. Fairer, J. ;
Ixidgc Hose Croix: John II. Bole, Mas
ter; Geo. It. Williams. S. W Allan 8.
Wall, J. W.: Lodge Knights Kadosh
Philip Peck, Preceptor; Win McKay,
Sub-Preceptor; August Humberg, Asst
Preceptor; Olnf Onistcd, Secretary,
Frank A. Metcalf, Treasurer. Tliow
who have received the Thlrtj-scond.
Degree obtainable In the Islands nrr
P Peck, J. T. Molr, A. C Steele, Clns
II. Fairer, Wm. McKay, Geo Rodlek
A. Humberg, Wm. Vonnattn, J. 11.
Bole, A. Wall, W, S Wise, Geo. II
Wilbur, Louis Andrews, E. N. Wllfo.ig,
Ed. Metcalf, O Omsted. E. D. Baldwin,
Dr, Archer Irvln, Dr. Ornco. These to
gether with Florentine Souzn, J. V.
Smith ami II. II. Ronton nre the char
ter memberst)f Knlana Lodge of Per
fection, Lchu.i Chapter of Rose Croix
and Walaniienuc Preccptory of Kailo-ih.
Hllo, Sept. 20 II E. Soule Is in re-
eclpt of a letter from President Gehr
of the Kolialn-llllo Railroad In which
he sajs that the arrangements made for
the construction of the lino from IIIId
to tho north arc eminently sitlsfuctoiy
to him. Material will be shipped to
Hawaii so that the work of grndliM
nnd construction may begin without
Hllo, Sept. 20. The street lomm's
sloners have recommended that side
walks of cement or cut stone be placed
011 Walaniienuc, Shlpnnn, Front, be
tween Shlpmiin nnd Wutaiiueniio, an J
on Pitman street, between Walnniieniie
mid tho mniika line of the bridge across
tho Walliiku. Tho proposition to
have sidewalks on tho tmiiika sldo of
Front street, between King n.ul
Church streets, wns voted down, tho
commissioners preferring to wait until
the Government provided means for
widening that thoroughfare This re
commendation carries with an order
for tho removal of all wood sidewalks
now on the streets nnmed. Hcinld.
Hllo Railroad Extennlon.
Hllo, Sept. 20. Arrangements have
been completej where by the tracks of the
Hllo Railroad Co. will be extended two
miles farther In the Jlrectlon of 01 1a
The grading of the line to Puna Is almost
complete an! the rails will be In position
s that trains will be running by Jinuary
1 next. Mr. Dillingham has orJered rails
from the factories at the coast to be used
In theOln Extension. Henld.
Hllo MaHonlc Temple.
Hllo, Sept 20 The Misonlc friternlty
In Hllo lias secured a building site nn Wal
anuenue street, on which they will erect a
Handsome temple. This step Is made
necessary by the hrgs Increise In member
ship and the erection of the l.ojgt of Per
fection, Chapter Ros- Croix and Precept
oryof Knights Kadosh during the past
werk. Plans will be prep-ired as soon as
the details are completej. HerilJ.
MIhh Brndley Will Sing.
Miss Vincent Bradley who leaves
soon for England, will sing for tho last
tlmo at tho Orphemn tonight, Wm.
Coelho's popular composition, "Lei
I'oul Mol." Whllo Miss Bradley was
In Hllo tho Havvallans present during
the various nights that Miss Bradley
appeared, Bhowed great appreciation of
tho excellent rendition given. Mr.
Coelho has dono his teaching well,
Democratic Street Talk.
Thoro wns talk on the streets this
morning that Prlnco D.ivld Knvvanam
koo, who was so sum yesterday that he
would accept tho Democratic nomltn-
tlon to Congress, is wavering todvy
There Is ono ldo pulling ono wny and
another In a dlfforent direction.
The Tribune Is a gentlemnn's wheel
For lightness of construe tlon, dun
blllty and appearance It Is In a class by
Arrivals by the Klnau todaj included
a largo munlicr of delegates to tho Re
publican convention that meets Mon
day In Progress Hill The Maul dele
gation, will bc completed when ctho
Ol.iudlne comes In 'tomorrow.
It is now practically settled that II.
P. Baldwin will be chairman of the)
convention he bofng the choice of tho
Maul delegates. There Is no opposition
to him from any source.
Talk today Is centered On the plat
form. It Is certain that the platfoi.i
adopted by the convention will favor
NOTES OF THE COURTS
The Carson-Claudlne collision cae
reached submission to the Supreme Court
hortly before noon. Tills was the thirJ
div of hearing.
In the matter of the Ultrlcht minor.
Judge Humphreys has made an order to
sho v cause why the guardian should not
be allowed to sell real estate, the hearing
to take place on Mond ly, October 1.
On the petition of Mllla Perry, of Wal.
anae, widow of the lite John Urn!, JuJg
Humphreys has appointed Christopher J.
Holt as administrator, under (Ceo bonds.
Mary Ann Lee has been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of the late Mrs.
Amalla Joy under J750 bonds.
John hni has file! his ConJ In 2.5co,
with J. L. Mcl.eia, surety, nstlu gurdiin
of Carl Julius Hotlng, a minor now llv lug
In Ge miny.
ZBRItn BRINGS SUIT.
II. Zcrhe, Into head clerk uf the Ho
nolulu Tobacco Co , has brought suit
against that corporation for the sum of
1S00. Plaintiff claims that, on. May 11.
1000, he made n contract with tho Ho
nolulu Tobacco Co. to servo as book
keeper and clerk for ono jear, or until
May 11, 1900, at a Balarj of 1100 per
month. Ho claims further tint ho Is
entitled to tho salary for the rennln-
Ing eight months. Davis d Gear for
Prince Too Young.
It is reported on good authority that,
during a recent Interview between
tluccn Lllluoknlanl nnd Prlnco David
Knwannnnkon on the subject of thu lat
tcr's running for delcgato to Washing
ton on tho Democratic ticket, tho Queen
addressed her nephew ns follows: "I
would ndxlse you not to mako tho at
tempt. You are too joung."
Knlaupnpn Heard From.
C. II. Rej nobis, who returned from
the settlement at Kulatipapa jesterdjy
afternoon reports that 315 voters have
been registered nt that place This Is
u xcrj good showing fur tho settle
ment. Tomorrow being the Eve of tho Jew
ish Nevx Year, sen Ices will bo held a:
Progress Hall at 7-30 p m and also
Monday morning at S o'clock .
Rex. Westerxelt will nddress tho con
gregation nt the Christian church Sun
day morning nnd Silas P. Perry wll oc
cupy tho pulpit In the oxcnlng.
In the Pollco Court this forenoon Ah
Man, charged with unlawful possession
uf opium, was reprimanded nnd dis
charged. Full line of above goods are shown la
twaknml Hat Manufacturing Depart
Jas. A. Bannister
NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION
-Thry lit till HEVT SHOE mJ.
Onct worn, alwiyi worn
B X O
.UP li.il1 1 SM,