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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9, 1001.
Puiok 5 Obntb.
Wright's Carriage Works
Face the Location
SALE OF ROOKE PROPERTY
v X "THE COMINfi MONTH
Questions of Value of Ground, Nui
sance and Fireproof Structures
-T. B. Hurray a Han
Are factories to bo driven out of th
business center of Honolulu by the
piesent mercantile development? An
(Urinative answer would seem to be
dictated to-' this question by events, es
pecially with regard to large manufac
turing plants that require much spaco
or do not make protlts commensurate
with ground values on choice frontag-n.
It would not .be, surprising either. If
the common law of nuisance should
loom up largely in (he near future of
manufactures In Honolulu. Smoke'nnii
ilust and noise, In Vtiurters prlorlyoc
I'Upled by dwellings and cleanerltrndes,
may have to be expensively defended lu
the courts and those responsible there
for perhaps be compelled to stop tho
There has Just been witnessed the rq
'inoval of the premier factory, the Ho
nolulu Iron Works, from the very fo
rm of the maritime and wholesale
trtiStt to a site overlooking the harbor
month, where, for U10 greater part of
the year, Its loud din and its' smoke,
both will bo wafted oceanward by ths
tn.il winds. It gains space for Its
expanding operations which It cou'd
not have got. unless tor a fabulous con
hIi.v -.ttlon, at the site that had become
too jtmltened for Its enterprise, a moro
who eome location tor Its workmen
to t.'ll In and, withal, convenience of
shipping facilities, while conferring
vnli'r upon ground that, from Its low
lyhu rltuatlon. were better a. desert
than .1 place of human habitation. -
Tbte remarks arci suif'-,"d by tin
pliant In which W. W. yrlght & Sons,
carriage manufacturers and black
smiths, find themselves. Some months
jigo, readers of the Uulletln will n.
jnember, Messrs. Wright had plans
prepared for a large building on thn
site of the former Hawalan Hotel sta
hie, Hcsldes accommodating mout
amply their growing business, the
Imlldln; was to have Its upper floors
made suitable for a modern lodging
house, or perhaps hotel. Iat month"
.Mr. Wright, the senior member of thi
firm, abandoned the project, surren
dering his option for leasing the prop
erty. lie uoiiuto.i ir the results would . )eo. H. Robertson was enrolled as rep
compensate him for tho formidable out-1 rcsentatlvo of C. Urewer & Co.. Ltd.. In
lay required. Now the firm has to look ,,la(.0 of p. Cf J()ncs who wshPd t() re
out for a new loentlon for Its estnb-' ure
Ilshment. which requires a large area T'he secretary stated that several let-
,, ;. ,
hi i. ikuune ui r.ugianu, wnoui me an
premo Court Bettled In the ownership
of a large portion of what had been
held - the lata Queen Emina'a estate,
U going to have tho property oeoupleil
by Metsrs. Wright and by King Ilros.,
fronting on Fort , Hotel and Union!
atreets. sold In February, llclng right
where the heart of tho retail trade
Is beginning to beat most actively, it
Is likely a value will be realized which
would put the ground out of cnlcu'i
tlon for even the combined carriage
making Industry of Honolulu, let alone
the business of a single firm. Besides,
mid this Is a consideration that all
manufactures In Honolulu are affected
by. any new buildings wjthln tho fir"
limits must be ot fireproof character,
Mr. Wright soys they will have to go
Into the outskirts somewhere, and ar
range for transportation between the
factory and the Vecolving and sales de
pot necessary In town.
T. II. Murray Is another factory pro-
Where is it ?
What is it ?
prlelor who has had to meet ""the loca
tion problem , having to vacate his
present carriage repairing and black
smthlng premises. He considers him
self fortunate In having secured a sub
lease from Tal Tung Chung of a lot
frontlnglGO feet on Kukul and 40 feet
on Mauaaketf street. This being out
side tho'Jlro limits, Mr, Murray Is go
ing to erect a wooden building BulUtblo
for his establishment. "
Paul Egry has succeeded In enrolling
his orchestra, which now consists of
slxteensololsts, and announces the
first of a series of Popular Concerts foi
next Saturday evening. The Orpheira
has been rented tor the occasion and
reserved eats priced "at 60 centsjf hay-'1
been,, placed on sale at,' ll.f Nichols
!tnclTe ucrgatrom Music Co. Kgry
promises a first class concert whit,
will- bel a Judicious1 Intermingling of
popular and classical music. Kgry
himself Is to play a solo and the string
ed quartet which was such a feature ot
the last Sunday concert, will bo again
In evidence. Rehearsals aro going on
nightly and the full program will be
announced In tomorrow's papers. Ths
new organization Is named the "Hono
lulu Symphony Orchestra" and Is un
doubtedly the best company of profs
slonal musicians yet banded together
In Honolulu. The concert Is being
eagerly looked forward to by the mu
sic loving part ot the community and n
crowded house Is looked for on"belmlf
of all those who enjoy good music nt
a popular price. The gallery seats will
ho 25 cents. .
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
AND LETTERS OF INQUIRY
Committee to Prepare a Resolution in
Hemory of J. A. Hopper-.
Monthly Meeting This
W. V. Allen)' president; J. Oordon
Spencer, sccrctsryj'T-. Rain Walker, II.
A. Isenberg. W. W. Hal U. F. Ung-j,
II. A. Parmelee, John Kna, Wm. Llsh
man. John J, Kgan, II. K, Walty, Iloli-ert-Lewer
and A. J, Campbell attended
the monthly meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce this morning,
Prmldent Allen called atentlon to the
death ot James A. Hopper, an old and
highly esteemed member and suggested
tho placing ot sonu- appropriate mem
orial of his worth on record,
Mr. Walker moved, seconded by Mr.
Hall, and It carried unanimously that
a committee be appointed to prepare a
suitable resolution of condolence with
the family of the lamented gentleman.
The mover delivered a few appropriate
remarks. The president appointed
Messrs. Walker, Walty and Isenberg as
At the request of that corporation
lers asking for Information regarding
tho conditions of trade, skilled and un
skilled labor, Industries In existence,
cost.of living, etc.. In these Islands lud
been received. He read several of
Mr. Walker thought one of those read
called for an answer frqm the Govern
ment If one was due at alt
Mr. Lange suggested that the pamph
let of Information prepared some time
ago, for tho uso of members In replv
Ing to questions, required to bo levls
cd. Mr. Walker thought It would bo 3
good Idea for a local newspaper to open
a query column where such letters of
Inquiry might bo digested and answer
There was no further business.
Louis Langfeld, driver for tho Oahu
Ice and Electric Company met with a
horrible death this morning while on
his delivery toute,
Uiugfeld Is too driver for tho his
wagon delivering the town route. Whoa
opposite the Honolulu Stock Ynrls
this morning the horses became fright
ened and started to run away, Lnng
feld In his struggles to keep them un
tier control was thrown under the
wheels of the heavily loaded wagon
which passed over tho small of the
man a hack. Ho was picked up uncon
scious and died In a very short time,
Examination showed that the splnnl
column nau ueen severed, i no uouy
was taken to H, II. Williams' under
Langfeld leaves a wlto and six
children. Ho waB a member of Oahu
Lodge Knights of Pythias which will
probably take charge of the burial.
Tho Coroner's Jury met at 1 o'clo.ic
and found the death to be purely acci
dental. A complete now stock of shoes has
been received at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s
shoe store, corner Fort and Hotel
ttrects and will bo sold at the merest
sluvlng of profits.
THK WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sites, all shapes. II
it n '
'- Xtieir leader
Independents Complete Their Or
ganization and Call Upon the Ex
Queen Her Qreetlngs to the De
With Selection of Offices
Names of Army
Follow ng Is a list of the Indcpender.t
Home Rule party elected yesterday nnd
today nt the convention of tho dele-
gates from the various districts: I
President Senator I). Kalauokalani.
Vice President .las. K. Kaulla,
Honorary president J. Kanul.
Honorary vice nresldents Q. 0. Pa-
likapa and lokua Kcau.
Secretary J. K. Nakookoo.
Treasurer J, Kalllmal.
Finance Committee Senator-elect J.
P. KqphI (HawalDrScnator-clcct Kah'e
(Maul), Uahinul. (Molokal), J. Kanul
(Oahu), Rev. Lo'lclwl (Kauai).
There was a larger attendance at tho
afternoon session ot the convention of
tho.delegatcs to tho Independent Homo
Rulo party convention In roster hall
yesterday than thcro was In tho fore
noon. Tho first business of the tes
slon was the consideration of the re
mainder ot the constitution which was
read section by section. This having
been done. It was adopted as a whole
with a few minor amendments so that
the constitution of tho present united
'party stands alidtit tho natno as It did
when the Independent Home Rule pariy
was formed. The constitution was read
the second time nnd then set aside for,
Chairman pro tem Kalauokalani an- well. Every cent he had earned nnd
nounccd the election of officers In or- h knew the l" of money,
der. In a second,, two or three native! There was close voting -when It came
Were on, thoK floor, all wishing to Im to the choice of an auditor. The two
fliBt In the nomination of Mr. Kalaiu-tnonlnlon m Kalelhula and Mi
kalanl as the chairman. David Kupl- ka1lnal- . T1!er wre thirty-three bal-
., . . ,,.,. ,.,....,,. . I lotB cast, nineteen being for Kalelhu'i
hea was ahead of the lot and he placed fourteell fQr Makanal Mr, K
the namo of that Senntor-clect hi hllIn thflnkp,, .pm ... ,h hnnnp nn.
nomination. This was Beeondod by Mr.
Kalllmal antl, on motion, tho nomlua -
tlons were declared closed, Dy a una-
nlmous ote. the secretary was In-
Btructed to cast one ballot for Mr. Kn -
While the election of a chairman wa,le,nBrn8t"'.; n .,..,.
...,i . 1 1. w 1 "... '. Th,s brought the Convention to the
golng.on. John Kanul, one of the old-1 rnnall,prn,nn ,lf ,B R,v. nm.
est and must Influential native pull-.
tlclansin the country, was called tothiJMahoe to the effect that the present J
i-nair, as soon us the. election was over
Mr. Knlaiiokulanl was cbcorted to the
chair by J. Prendergast and Mr. Ka
Mr. Kalauokalani 'thanked tho ((in
vention for the honor that hud been
had been conferred upon him. Ho told
of the burdens tha'he, as piesldent of
tho Kalulalnu Society, had had to car
ry during the trying four years thai
hud Just passed by, how he had gone
hungry, hud left the home, thol wife,
and tho children In not the best of
circumstances, how he had been out In
the rain and cold all (n the Interests
of tho people he loved, Tho conven
tion had seen fit to again give him a
position of honor and ho wished to as
sure them that ho would work ob faith
fully In the future as he had In the
Mr. Kalauokalani then went on to
any that all this wmk had been done
to some purpose and that the members
of tho convention and all present would
have occasion to sec during the next
Legislature Just what fruits arc In
store. Ho promised them that tho wel
fare of tho Hawalan people would be
looked to ns never before.
This short speech having been finish
ed, tho chair announced nominations
for tho ofllco of vlco president In order,
At this announcement, there were a
half dozen men on the floor at once and
seven names wero placed In nomina
tion. Among these were James iC.
Kaulla, former piesldent of tho Alolia
Alna Society, Robert N. Royd. Kh
nuha nnd Kalllmal. In his nomina
tion of Mr. Kaulla. Mr. Mahoe made r
characteristically Btrong speech In fa
vor of his candidate. Ho emphasized 1
tho fact that when Kaulla took hold cf
tho nffalrs of tho Aloha Alna Society
some four years ago, that organization
was falling to pieces. He had built !t
up again and had placed It on n footing
that It hail never before experienced.
When tho forty ballots had been count
ed, It was found that Mr. Kaulla had
twenty. The most any of tho others re
ceived was five. Mr. Kaulla was de
clared elected vlco president nnd then,
tho hour being late, adjournment until
9 o'clock this morning was taken.
When tho convention of tho delegate
to tho convention of tho Independent
Home Rule par'y wus celled to order
nt 0 o'clock this morning In Foster
hall, It was found that there wero
twenty-eight members present. Later
on, threo more came In, making tho
6f Morning Taken
and Navy Candi
number thirty-one. Vice-president .las.
K. Kaulla was In the chair In placo of
D. Kalattokalatl, the president, the lat-
ter being busy on the outside with oth-
er matters Important to the welfare of
The first business of the day was the
election of an honorary chairman and
two honoraiy vice-presidents. Tho
unanimous choice of the convention fcr
the first position was J. Kanul. O. O.
Pallkapa and tokua Kcau were the twj
honorary vice-presidents chosen.
J. Nakookoo nnd Kalelhua were Ok
two names placed In nomination for
the position of secretary. Nakookoo
was chosen by a large majority. Na
kookoo has done excellent-work In the
past as secretary of tho Independent
Home Rule, party ond his ability was
duly recognized us shown by the vol
Kalllnnjl and Maknlnal were nomi
nated fop the ofllce of treasurer and the
former nt out his opponent by a It's
majority. Kalllmal was called on for n
speech nnd responding, he floated, that,
whereas In the beginning there might
not be much more than Ave cents in
the treasury, this amount might .grow
to mMllons In the future. He promised,
to care well for the funds of the nsrtv.
He had come to Honolulu with hit
wif nml -1,11,1 without a sou In his
pocket, lly haul work, he had built
himself a home and was getting along
1 terni by maMng htm the auditor of
1 tho party that had com? out .on tho
winning side. He had been secretary of
the Kalalalna society for fourteen
l - ea ""'' """ring all that time, not a
jword of fault finding had been rcglj-
mtiee. A resolution was offero,! :
1 members of the committee and tho offl-
cers, bo made the committee of tho In-
dependent Home Rule party. A mem
ber from Maul objected because ho
thought Oahu was trying to run things
too much In their own 'way. How
ever, the resolution was adopted, the
names of the members of the commit
too being as follows:
J. K. Kaulla, J. M. Kealoha. W. II.
Kalllmal, J. C. Qulnn. J. K. Clark, J.
K. Nakookoo H. K. I'ua. Kahahawal,
I). II, Kelllaa. Geo. Kala, R. N. Hoy 1,
T. C. Pollkupa, Moses L. Kualkama,
Sol. Mehcula, E. C. Rowe, U K. Na
kookoo, II. Knuelhalau, D. W. Kami
Ulkane, J. Kcau, J. Kanul, Kalaeokekol,
J. M. Kcltala, S. II. Mtckapu. II, 11. Ko
illhconnlu. J. Halcllllll. J. W. Holou.i
W. Kaliehao. Kawalkl. Win. Ringer.
A. Kaluna, Tlmoteo. D. Al. J. II, Ka
nakallllll, D. Crownlngburg. Iluka, 0.
II. Malle, Kuulaku, H. Kalllmal. Ma.
kal, I'apoko; Keohokapu, W, Kaalhuc,
J. M. Manuka, Kuplhca. Kalkuahlne.
Kalnumoku, .las. K. Kaulla, Jr., Mann
liiu, Napeha, Leleopu, Kanoa, locla,
John Lll, Kuka, John Ulna. J, Alapnl,
J. Kukaiilahl, I.apana Keawepooule, J,
W. IUplkane. P. Halola. A. Loma. I)
Ilao, I). Kaoun, Wm. Kapela nnd Wm.
It was votod that, in the choice of the
finance committee, candidates from
each Island lis voted In In turn, Tho
result was the choice of five members
ns follows: Hawaii, Senator-elect J. P.
Kahl; Maul, Senntor-clect Knluo
(unanimous); Molokal, Uahinul; Oahu.
J. Kanul, and Kauai, Lelelwl, Each ot
the successful candidates made short
speeches, promising to do the very best
they knew how In the Interests of tho
Indcpendept Homo Rule party.
In th echolce of a member of tho
finance committee from this Island, tho
namo of Senator-elect Kalauokalani
was proposed. Mr, Kalauokalani asked
that his namo be withdrawn, by unani
mous vote, J. Kanul was'clected.
The chair announced the next busi
ness ns being tho choice of young men
born In Hawaii as candidates for ad
mission to the military academy at
West Point. A committee composed
of Patau, Mahoe and Kalllmal was
appointed by the chair to select nameH,
Theso weor already In the possession of
Senator-elect Kalauokalani so It was
not long before the committee reported
tho following names: Daniel Vowell,
josepn ach aim i.ui Thompson. rneo
names will bo sent on to Delegate Rob
ert W, Wilcox who will turn thoni
In nt tho office of tho War Department
In Washington, llcsldos tho thno
names above, It Is understood that
there Is a white hoy from Hawaii, iiov
In tho States, who will be a candidate.
Tho 12 cdock whlBtlo blow Just at
this time and the chair announced ttud
Queen Lllluokalanl bad Invited the
delegates to her home, Washington
Place, at 1 o'clock. A motion to ad
journ until 2 o'clock was made anl
(I ON TNI
It was not long after 1 o'clock that
the delegates had gathered at the homo
of their Queen on lleretanla street.
Senator-elect Kalauokalani and Jas. K.
Kaulla were tho first to enter the re
ception room at Washington Place and.
when they had paid thejr respectB to
Her Majesty, the other delegates walk
ed In, shook hands with her and then
ranged themsehes about the room. The
Queen stood nt the mauka end ot thi
reception room with all nbout her th-j
ewdences of royalty. She was dressed
in a simple black silk gown trimmed
with lace while about her neck was the
royal lei hulu. On her head she wors
nn lllma lei twIstiM Into artistic folds.
Jas. K. Kaulla, one of the ery best
orators that Hawaii net lays claim to.
stepped forth from his confreres and
with a low bow, began his address on
behalf of the delegates to the conen
tlon ot the Independent Home Rule
party which was as follows:
"Our llelovcd Queen We come be
fore you today as rcprcsentatUes from
Hawall'o Nllhau to oxpress to you our
wishes for your welfare and happlnen.
"We come as American citizens" now,
for by tho net ot that great country,
Hawaii has become a part of the Union.
We come ns a people without a sover
eign, without a Queen. Our sovereign,
our Queen have passed away, forever
In .the eye of the law that has Instituted
n new order of things In our midst.
"Yet, beloved Queen, our watchful
mother, wo would have you bellove
that you are to us. still our Queen, Ir
our hearts, we feel our allegiance to
you. We love you still as our Queen
nnd wc shall always revere you ns
U "We arc delegates from the Islands cf
this group, from Hawaii to Nllhau. ami
we come In the name of the people ro
do with all our might what our hands
find to da Wo have united tho Aloha
Alna ami the Kalalalna societies ani;trC(.t aRann , ,, Robnlloa, TI0'
iieivuurr mm (iiiiua win uc kikiwii ne
the Independent Home Rule party, u
party that means to work for the wel
fare of tho people.
"Wo have been a people cast about In
the sea with no hopeful outlook. Our
country was taken from us and our
Queen was removed from where she be
longed. Hut now wo hnve united In
"one strong party that will llvft'lo thi
end and that will see to It that Ha
waii's best interests are conserved.
"eW recognize you as our mother and
on your head we call down the blow
ings of dodUfor your faithfulness to us
and for yqur strife In our behalf In
that great country-America. With onn
end but now It has come, let us do tho jU(,KC 'Humphreys today by decree
best we know how. We assure yon CRalIei, thfl adoption of Agnes Unell.
of our love, beloved Queen and If. in nRPcl 14 yenrg, bv JnmP9 u,p nn(, wf
tho future, there Is over anything we her grandpai ents .on the petition of Ida
can do for you, rest assured we will do Slllr,cvant. her mother by her form
It with a willing heart and hand. And I er husband. Alfred Lovell. The nrtl
now, we give you our aloha, one nnd nil clps f adol,01, Kve , ,,,),,, rR,R lf
nnd pledge to you our undying alio- Inheritance, with the obligation of th
glance to tho ond. , ,1()ptlnB ,,.!, that In the event of
Queen L lluoknlanl then stepped for- lllom or (,t,1(,r ,,,., ,MatPi ,, or s,ia
ward and In tho graceful languago for wU -provide, devise or bequeath prop
her people, addressed tho delegates In j erty t0 , mM AgnrK ljaveXU , ,np
tho following language: Bamp vnlllp ,, mPr 1P .,mp Pon.
"My chlldren-I thank you for the ,t8 the same shall or may ho
expressions of lovo you glvo me. From ,,,,,, fr ,plr ..nl()8t faVorP(1 devisee or
my heart. I thank you. I.ovo la a great , egHtee." Wm. A. Henshall appeared
thing. Iletweon you, my people, and for" nil the parties. Captain lovell, f.i
myself, it will ubldo forever. J ,hcP f ,np rMMi aUtM twrlvp ,.fa
iuu iiuo uvrii li.w.cil u Itriiirncii-.,,
tatlves of the people, as American cltl
Zens, to wutch over Hawaii's welfare
and Hawallans welfare. As I look at
you, I feel sure you will do that work
well, Stand Arm, my people. Ho not
led astray by what might como to you
from tho tempter.
"Mr. Wilcox, our delegate at Wash-
Ingtnn, has been received and, ac
cording to nil reports, has been well
received. He Is the man you hac
chosen nnd hn -u-lll dn whrit vrm dtriiet !
him, Watch and pray, my people. ,""1 nf tt"1 vf r' flnc8t
Conduct ydurselves In tho manner of ' "1 MM S
good citizens and you will surely win
in tho end,
"I Bhnll always preserve for you aii
undying love. Your Interests will to
my Interests as they always havo been
and I shall ever stand by you as a lov
ing mother. Ho assured, my people, o!
my aloha tor It Is real nnd lasting. And
now. In wishing you success In your
conduct of the affairs of this country. I
also ask that Ood'sl blessing bo on you
The Queen having finished, the dele
gates left for the afternoon session of
the Home Rulo party.
Tho Star Oyster House has been sold
by Harry Klcmmo to Dick Davis, the
present purser of tho Claudlne. A gold
round sum was paid,
Reports am to tho effect that'thuio
arc 29,800 bags of sugar on Kauai. The
weather on tho lee sldo of tho Island
Is fine although on Inst Kriday therj
was heavy rain.
The American ships Charmer and
Challenger In command of Captains
Davis and Piltz respectively, aro both
overdue from Oyster Harbor. One U
out I- nnd tho other 40 days.
1 Tho 6400 hairs of suirar hmuclit bv
1 tho Mlkahala this morning from Ka
n wn8 lmt nt thn ,( t tho W. II
A dainty piece of lacquorware or
somo odd-loblng Japanese curio would
make an excellent Christmas preeent, t
For sale by Iwnknml, Hotel street.
The ship William II. Macy will Mulsh
discharging her inigo of coal short'y
nnd will commence taking on ballast.
Supreme Court Makes an
Execution Potent ,
ADOPTION PAPERS RECALL
SAD TALE OF THE SEA
Mr. and Mrs. James Lyle Adopt Their
Grand-daughter, Agnes Lovell,
with Full Rights of In- '
Deputy Sheriff C. K. Chllllngworih
ictiirned ns unsatisfied, no propeity br
ing discoverable In this Jurisdiction,
the execution on Judgment for $1 ll.tr,!
In a suit of Kaplolnnl Kslatc vs. S.
Ahml. Thereupon a Supreme Cojrt
execution was Issued which will tench
property anywhere In the Territory.
Judge Humphreys has decreed fore
closure against P. Akin nt tho suit of
Hoffschlaeger Co.. I.'td.. appointing
George Dunn of I-alulna a commis
sioner to sell tho mortgaged property
under A '.-ond of $300.
Hong Kee & Co. have brought suit
on a fire Insurance policy for $1000
against the Now Zealand Insurance Co.
Alexander Maloho has brought a bill
for rortltlon or land In Honolulu nivl
Kauai against William Maloho an I
others Including W. O. Smith ns guar
dian. Oehrlng & nutzke. plumbers, hate
sued T. Horlto for $336.47 on account
ot labor and material.
Elizabeth II. Robinson has brought
a bill for partition of land In Mllllanl
property was once sold by S. K, Knn
gunrdlan, but tho sale was cancelled uy
tho court. Mllllanl street extension
has cut through It, leaving two slightly
unequal triangular pieces on either
J. M. Camara has rendered an uc
rount ns administrator of A. O. Ciinhd s
estate, showing rercplts ot $340 and
payments' of $214.23.
Illshop & Co. have brought uphill for
foreclosure of mortgago against Sam
uel and Kanoe Kaaumoann, the prop
erty being In Pauna valley.
Mary Medclros has filed her, bond In
$100, with Jos. Krlas surety, t.s ad-
nin8,rn(rx of "thc e8lnte of M'amlPl 0.
.,,, from ln(1ul ns mnSter Ot
the schooner Phoebe Chapman char
tered by thf Seventh Day Adventlsls
to tarry missionaries to Tahiti and 11 1
rarti Island. That was tho Inst ev-T
I he.-iril nf tin. vprhoI nnd her pnmimnr.
nP8des the missionaries there wee
,. or tWo other passengers.
Special attention Is called to tho dis
play of toys and XmaB goods at L. B.
Kerr ft Co.'s. A full lino Is In stock
For Comfort !
How many men are troubled
with perspiring feet, caused
by the shoes being tight or
by too much walking.
Wi; Have The Shoe which
is made to prevent presperu
tion, it If called the
The shoes are neat, stylish
and attract!' . made in tan.