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Vol. X. No. 1730
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDJfKSDAY. JAKUARY 1(1 1901.
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All Reports Continue to
MARTIAL LAW AGAIN ,
MEASURE RESORTED TO
De Wet Proves Greatest Leader Yet
Encountered British Columbia
London. January 7. This morn
Jug's news from Capo Town is ngaln
unsatisfactory. Martial law has been
pioclalmed at Malmesbury and would
have been proclaimed In other dis
tricts bat that the cabinet meeting
tailed for Saturday was unable to
agree as to its advisability.
Tne vagueness of the Information
concerning the movements and po
sition of the Invnders has sent a froah
chill over the colonists, and Capo
Town calls loudly for Btrong re en
forcements from England, on the
ground that trie greater part of Lord
Kitchener's available foico is employ
i' I In protecting tho lines of communi
cation with the Iland mines,. the latter
extending for a distance of fifty miles.
It Is asserted by on Cape Town cor
irspondent that unless tho forces In
Cap Colony are Increased, a most un
desirable state of affairs may result,
us the success In arms of the invaders,
however slight, might bo a signal for
n Dutch rising. As it Is, many Dritlsh
leiddents have had to leave tho Dutch
villages near Cape Town.
According to a native report, a hun
died men. either Doers or local farmer),
have Just passed through Clou Wllllnri
dlitilrt in the direction of Malmsbury
Tli Cape Town correspondent of tho
Pallv Jiall, who calls for 40,000 fresh
trnnus. Bays: I
.omlncnt Afrikander loyalists tie-
'ii that the rebellious colonists
yi 111 rUllHirUU II1U iviuiimi ii w mom
-ti r challenge, aim that the ominous
silence of the pro-rebels, combined
with tho fact that tho members -f
Iiih prq-Boer Junta In Capo Town havo
been touring the disaffected districts,
emphasizes he necessity for martial
law. Tho necessity was never mom
acute for dispatching ro-enforcements.
, Areadv there Is proof that colonials
aie leading one commando."
The military movements reported
are quite unimportant, though Portu
gal Is lending re-enforcements to Lo
reiuo Marquez. .r. Levels, according
to he Hague ronesponiient or tnn
Dill Mall, is recruiting in Holland,
neicitim rrnncn ami wcrmanv, aim anil-,-Biiiiictiorces Bi na lo secure con
his recruits will be sent to Namaquiv- sldcratlon of the bill by the House at
land. otenslldv ns emigrants, cadi t,H session,
limn receiving -CIO on starting. I
i The Cape Town correspondent of' .. .. , .,,,.,.
flth-Tlmnn. who confirms thn repmt of, A MPR CAN COAL TO KAUAI
tn multiplicity of tho.llocr rnnrann. ' fl"1L"ltfll' 7 Himi
"N'earlv flvo-slNthR of the llrltMi Tncoma, Wash., Jan. 7. The Ameri-
troops are emnloved to guard tlm
linos of communication and to gnrrlon
towns, leaving a very small number,
partlv unmounted, to-pursue tho enn
mv, .nvgn re-enforcementB nro ,(!!
vhable and thpse would bo cheaper (n
tlio'erid. Tim dnmrnre which th"
liners did to Klle'ifntttln Is officially
estimated nt C210.000."
Cnnndlnn Tronpa Balk.
Vancouver, H. C, January 0. Owing
to th" demand of the imperial author!
iier. mac 1111 iiiuiiiiieu (Him u reiTlllteil i
hen- for South Africa ninut pnv their I st -...', jan, 4. while no conflrma
foro to Cape Town andlsubmlt to ln-,inr, ...nl,i l. nhmlne.i hero frnrn nn nu-
spec tlon as to fitness by English ;f -
fleers, all Ideas of raising a corps In
British Columbia have been abandoned f.
ed unless the men's passage bo paid
and the men are Inspected as to fitness
by Canadlnn officers hero.
Dc Wet Great Power,
Plcquet Road, Capo Colony, Janu-
The Splendid New-o"-
now being laid out by the
TRUSTEES OF OAIIU COL
LEGE above Rocky Hill.
and Streets are
Prices and Terms will be An
nounced Soon by the
Tttt !!"'' WIIIJ." IBii" J nr"VTT?l"iiilni'llnnii l ill I
ary i. The noeis boast that thlr
present Invasion Is only a bis patrol,
preparatory to an invasion In forco
liy General DeWet. The lattor's In
fluence over the Dutch Is bo enormous
that there Is no doubt his actual pres
ence would result In a general rising.
Tho Dutch have unbounded faith that
If he had a sufficient supply of arms
and ammunition General DeWot, who
is regarded as the Napoleon of tho
campaign, would even now bo able to
bring the war to a successful termination.
Cap Pinches Buggy.
A lady driving up Port street in a
buggy camp To a pile of deals nt the
Unit building Just as two tramenrs were
approaching In the opposite direction.
She took n short turn from tile right
side across the street to avoid getting
Jammed between tho cars and tho dealr.
The driver of the forward car swerved
his team but did not get his limit's
down hard In time to prevent a colli
ion. One end of the car's whlfflctro?
caught a hind wheel of the buggy and
for a brief moment It looked as If 'he
buggy was going to be wrecked. The
wheel stood the strain, however, and
tho lady managed to direct her car
riage out of the Jam without any dam
age. Young RevolutlonlHt Dead,
William Wilson WlddlHcld, part Hn
walian, died of pneumonia at l'alan.n
yesterday. He was 35 years of age and
married. Wlddlfleld wus nn Incorri
gible revolutionist, having been In
both tho 1889 and 1895 affairs.
'S CHINESE 1
EXTENDS QEARY ACT
J FOR TWENTY YEARS
Provides Amendments for More Ex
clusive Exclusion-Passage This
Session is Not Planned
Washington, Jan. 7. Representative
Kahn's Chinese exclusion bill as Intro
duced today extends the Geary act for
twenty years from June 30, 1902, and
provides several limenrtftvehU, the only
lmpoitant changes being n rn IbIo.i
giving the United States or accused
Chinese the right of appeal fiom the nomethlng which attracted the ntter.
declslon of the United States Commls-' ton 0f general who had gathered near
sloner and providing that In cases, her ami which proved to b ea child
where Chinese have entered the conn-
try clandestinely they shall be depor
ed. notwithstanding they may havo
been entitled to enter the country law
fully. It Is understood that the bill will
take Its course in committee and be
discussed more or less until next s?h-1
slou, when It will come up for niioption.
in case, nowever. opposition iu me
develops Kahn will try to rally the
can bark Agate cleared today for Elee
le, Kauai, with u cargo of coal. The
Agato Is tho first, vessel to carry coal
from Tacoma to that port, and tno sec
ond essel to sail there fiom the Sound.
The Agate'B trip to Klcele Is some-
what of nn experiment, the owners of
tho essel hoping by landing Washing -
ton coal there dliect to obtain tho add
ed piotltB that have been going to the
fORTHERN RAILWAY DBAL,
1 tllorftatlve source of the I eportcd com
bination of the Northern Pacific, Great
Northern and Chicago, Milwaukee and
Ht. Paul, It la tho general bollef In well-
informed railway circles that the ileal,
It not already accomplished In fnc'
Is In piocess of consummation.
The following "are 'leglstered at ths
Hawaiian Hotel:' Mrs., Lowrle, Maui;
E. J. Cotton, San- Francisco; 11, P.
Faye, Kekaha. Kauai; Edward Armi
tage. Walluku, Maul; "H. O. C. Is-u-berg,
Mr, and Mrs. Ellas Plum, Now
York City; Mr. and Mis. C. W. Hodg
son and Miss Mabel Campbell, San
Francisco; E. E. Dumnn und Oco. W.
Oardncr, Cleveland, O.; C. F. Phillips,
S. Paul, Minn.; Col. mid Mrs. C. P.
Iaukca, Walalua; Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood
worth, Denver, Colo.; Oeo. n. Fnrnsm
and Miss Fnrnam, New Haven. II Conn,;
O, O. Hlckok, San Francisco and W, II,
Ex-Senator Bradbury Dead.
Augusta, Me., Jan. 6, Ex-Unlto.l
States Senator James W. Ilrndb'iry
died at his home In this city this morn
ing, aged 08 years and 7 months. Ura.l
buiy was tho oldest living ex-Senator.
Ho was born In Parsonsfleld, Maine,
and was graddated from Dowdoln Col
lego In tho famous class of 1825, Among
tho numbers were Henry W, Longfel
low, Jpslah H, Little, Horatio Iliidgi,
Jonathan Clllcy, Nathaniel Hawthorne,
John S. C, Abbott and Oeorge II. Clieo
ver. Tho latest Btylo of straw hats will be
exhibited In our store. Iwakamt, Hotel
Ranks Thinned by Death
of Three at
ARE IN GOOD SPIRITS
BUT NEED GOOD FOOD
Steamer Has Rough Trip and Slight
Accident to Machinery
Laborers Shipped to
The Pacini; Mall steamship City of
Peking, Captain .Smith, arrived off the
harbor from Han Francisco at an early
hour this morning, nnd after quaran
tine inspection proceeded to her berth
nt tho Mall dock. The steamer consum
ed 7 days In coming down due to sev
eral causes. ..
Shu left the wharf at San Francisco
on Wednesday nr2 o'clock in the morn
ing, and auchored In the stream await
lug the arrival of the Oakland steamer
alongside to take aboard the Porto III
ran laborers destined for the suga:
plantations. Sho then put to sea and
when well out was delayed eight hours
owing to tho breaking, of tho high pre
sure steam valve stem.
The prlnlcpal evcntB'of tho trip wcrn
three deaths occurring among tho
Porto itlcans, one woman nnd two chtl
drcn. due to dysentery. The bodies
were all burled at sen with the usual
The entire party of Porto Rlcnni,
which consists of 100 women, 80 chll
dren and 200 men. are a very fair look
ing lot of people, but plainly show what
their physical condition must have been
previous to leaving Porto Hlco. Many
of the men more particularly the young
men are mere shadows and Bhow plain
ly the lack of proper nourishment In
the land from whence they came.
Passing around among them one flnds
many who speak the English language
quite fluently. Seated upon a pile of
rone was a woman holding In her arms
nmiarently about four or five months
old that from appearances could not
nt the outside hove exceeded sl
pounds In weight. The entire crowd
showed signs of great fatigue but n
short time In their Island plantation
homes will work great changes
ges In the
n,ygCIIj appearance of these people.
The absence or extra doming anil in
mnnj.. caaea Vcry little on their backs
was utilto noticeable, and was an
Ject lesson of the average condition of
the native population of Porto Hied?
Tho Peklngexperlenccd rough weath -
cr from port to port nrrlvlng here with agreement, the United States not en
a clean hill of health. The time e- tcrlnj for the prMcnt at 'e-'tt. Into tlo
quired by the quaVantlne and Immlgra- discussion or Impugning Russia's put
tlon ofllceiB to thoroughly Inspect the J noso to evacuate Manchuria. At th
steerage and Asiatic: quarters prevent-
ed allowing of the regular cabin pas
sengers to go ashore until 9 o'clock.
After the Peking docked tho Btenmer
Helcno came along side nnd many of
th.e laborers were put aboard. The en
tire crowd are consigned to several
1 plantations such as the Hutchinson
and Ookaln on Hawaii and the Olowalu
..!,.., .. n.u.bl.nMlA nn lfn.,1 TVi.iwI
IMI1UI IlllU OlirrwnciBVIIIC uii t'i"i. .,,'J
m i. ..k.n t ti,oir .lrstlnatlnns bv
the Island boats. The Peking Is scbe-
duled to lenvo here at 9 o'clock Thurs-
day morning nnd will take from her
nn unusually largo number of Japanese
nnd Chinese returning to Oriental
Earl Roberttf of Kandahar.
London, Jan. 6. Earl Roberts of
Knndalianand Pietorln Is alieady Ini
meiBed In his arduous new duties nt the
War Olllcc. Ho will take no holiday.
There Is no further news from Lor I
Kitchener, who, iircordlng to n Capi
Town dispatch. Ib calling for f000 men
td glial d the Rand mines. Enlisting In
Cnne Colony continue active,, and S00
men will leave Cape Town for the north
within the next few days.
MnHter Mechanic Lewis Weds.
Mr. C. I. Lewis tho popular and
rustling master mechanic of tho O. It.
& L. Co., wbb quietly married yester
day afternoon nt St. Andrew's Cathe
dral by Rev. Mr. Kltcat, to one of
Omahu'B most charming nnd enterpris
ing young ladles, Mlsa Emma Johnson,
Miss Johnson has been caBlilcr for sov
eral ycnifl In the Johnson & Co, Trans
fer & Coal Co., resigning her position
us cashier recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Low
Ih left In n private car In tho afternoon
tmln for Walalua, where n Bhort hon
eymoon will bo spent. Mr. Lewis nnd
his bride will be homo to tneir menus
EMPRB88 IH CRANKY.
New York, January 0. A cable to
tho Sun fiom Peking, dated January
Thu empross dowager Is already sick
of her bargain with tho powers ns con
tained In tho nnto of tho foreign min
isters preliminary to ho settlement cf
tho details of pence, nnd hna been
bombarding LI lliing Chang nndPrinco
Chlng, tho Chinese envoys, with tele
grams and orders for the past two
days', tihe nas told the commission
ers that they must not sign the pre
liminary agreement until It has been
amended or modified, Sho .objects) to
the portions df the note which demand
the razing of, the Taku forts, the es
tablishment of permanent foreign mil
itary poats between Peking and the
sea, and of tho legation guards at Po
king, and the prohibition of the fuithei
importation of arms Into China,
THE MERCHANDISE LICENSE
A meeting fdf Importing merchants
has been coifed for the Chamber -of
Commerce thlt afternoon, to consider
lpfflnlntlnn iliudinlil fin ftiilimlfltlrfh tn
the Legislature on the subject "of 'iVT
uta on th
WILL NOTJ CELE3RATB 20TH
Tho Chinese and Japanese merchants
of the city who, when they met a week
ago today, decided to celebrate the
20th day of tills month, havo experienc
ed a change of heart and are now suf
fering from a serious attack of "cold
feet." An attempt was made to hold a
meeting of the committees In charg?
of the matter on Monday night but
there were not enough present to con
stitute a quorum. Another meeting wna
held last night and It was then practi
cally decided .to call the proposed cele
bration off. The opinion was freely
expressed that a celebration of such an
event ns the burning of Chinatown
would be somewhat pointless.
CHINA'S ENVOYS FAIL
TO SIGN AS AGREED
Russia Being Closely Watched-Power
of Empress Is Again Felt
New York, Jan. 8. A special to the
Herald from Washington says:
Complications are again clouding the
ChlneM) situation. A dispatch has been
lecelved from Minister Conger confirm
ing tho rcpoit of the failure of the Chi
nese envoys to Blgn the preliminary
agreement had by the powers. The In
demnity question is causing the author
ities concern and the agitation felt in
Hiiropean chancellories over the Rufc-so-Chlnn
agreement regarding Manchu
ria, has communlcatel Itself to officials
Minister Conger will try to Induce '.no
i Chinese envoys to accept promptly the
preliminary demands of the powers and
, begin the negotiations for a permanent
treatv. The state department nas au
dressed Inquiries to the powers ns to
oh-line method to be pursued to reach
) epeedy and effective disposition of the
claims for Indemnity. Euiopo will be
an0WPli t0 ,ieal with the Uusso-Chlnem
Banle tme the authorities think It ad
vlsable for the protection of American
Interests to keep advised of Russia's
conduct nnd It Is now watched with the
keenest Interest with which every act
of Germany and Great Britain Is scru
tinized. It Is understod that the next uaiu
net meeting will consider the Chinee-
., .. 1.11.. ...1.1. nnlnlln,. In lllA .
(llieSllOn, espeeiHIIJ nun irmuuii ..
.' L ,i .. ,i i. u .,,ecte,l that this
Government will finally recommend
j thal tno matter be left to the Hague
colt of arbitration.
WILL SIGN ANYWAY.
Peking, January 7, the report that
tho Chlneso court has Instructed tho
Chinese peace envoys to sign the Joint
noto of thn poweis is confirmed. The
court refened to the objections to tho
southern viceroys, which uro th? same
ns tho court have. Prlnco Chlng, now
over. Informed tho court that (t was
too late, and a reply from tho court Is
Tills afternoon ngreoments Identical
for ench nation were presented to
Prlnco Chlng. Tho people, close to
Prlnco Chlng nnd LI Hung Clfang say
that they havo decided to sign, even
If they loso their Jieada, without regaru
to tho latest orders fiom tho cuit.
Others say they will not Blgn It nnd
tuat It would be Impolitic for tho Chl
neso plenipotentiaries at present vo
act for thprnfelves.
Count Von Wnlderseo sayB that Chi
nn's request, through her representa
tives at foreign couitB, that the expe
ditions cense, ennnot bo compucd with
nt present, No expeditions, he as
serts, are sent out without adequato
cause. Where there are scenes of
bloodshed or disorder the troops nro
sent to It, tills being tho only means
of preventing outrages. Ho declares
that the expeditions nro not for piinl
tlvo purposes, but merely for. pollen
purposes, with a vlow of giving the
necessnry protection to llfo nnd prop
erty. Canadian Troops Object.
Vancouver (B. C ). January 6 Owing
tn the demand of the Imperial authorities
that all mounted police recruited here for
South Africa must pay thflr fare to Cape
Town and submit to Inspection to fitness
bv English officers, all Ideas of raiting a
corps In British Columbia have reen
abandoned unless the men's pasaee be
paid and the nun are Inspected is to fitness
bv Canadian officers here.
1 1 HOTS
Joseph A. Gilman Makes
Final Accounting in
NATIVE OF MADEIRA ,
" ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
Bonds in Different Cases-Liliuokalani
Wants Suit Against Her Tried
New Trustee Appointed for
Joseph A Oilman, administrator es
tate John Phillips, deceased, petitions
for uppiual of accounts and discharge.
His receipts were Kii.S'o.TJ and pay.
meivs t2,,S73.Sl, leaving balance J101.
91, Accounts ilue and probably collect
able amount to 357.93, and probably
not collectable $779.71 ,'
Robert K. l.ango has tiled a bond nhJ
behalf of George Dunn, lecelver In
Horfsc-hlacgcr Co. Akin, for $500
with K A. Schaefer as suicty.
Judge HumplireB. after hearing mo
tlon, said he would sign the bill of i'
reptloiiK In the Miner divorce tase with
some minor alterations.
Fly stipulation the Ilolllster Drug Co.
has withdrawn Its demur! er and filed
nn answer, which Is n general denial,
to the suit of Nellie A. Crook.
TtnbTtsnn & Wilder for defendai.t
mine to set a day for triul of Won;;
K.y 3, Ullitokabnt.
Frederick I.. Waldron. administrator
of the estate of James Hutching, de.
ceased, has filed his $13,000 bond with
W, 11. Dalrd as surety.
Judge llumphrejs has ordered that,
In the mater otf estate of Katie, Ellen
Sims, the costs deposited by Mary! A.
Rose, petitioner, be returned to her.
and the administrator required to make
the necessary deposit.
The New Zealand Insuranco Co. by Its
nttorneja, U A. Thurston and Robert
son & Wilder, demur to the complaint
of Tong Chong Chan.
Discontinuance has been filed In J.
M. Vivas nnd J. S. Ilnmos vs. C. Perre
Ira. On tho petition of Henry August Fed
erhen, David Kanewnnul has been ap
pointed trustee of certain deeds of truit
In petitioner's favor, to succeed S. Ka-
menul, Kealla and A. Rosa, all of them
Frank Andrnde, an American clll
en 27 years of age, native of Mnilelm,
who came to the Hawaiian Islamist
wnen iouryeaiHuiHSe. iiiiiiiiKi....mi.1)1UCSi ,)lt ,np HruimMHtles that a
of Stanford University, has been admit- . iimct(m wll effected between thesj
ted to the practice of law in this Ter- rnwn
r'lor-- ' "There are two corps of unrvejors out
now making preliminary survejs of the
SALVAGE CLAIM SETTLED
The Inter-Island Steam Nnvlgat'cn ,
Company has been urging a claim fr.r I
salvage upon tho steamer Charles Ntl-l
son on account of services rendeud
that vessel nt Hanumaulu, Kauai, from
April 8 to 10, 1900.
It was claimed that the steamer Wal
ateulu saved the bigger steamer from
destruction by pulling lier,oft the reef,
after sho had touched It so hard as to
tnlso her shoe off. For this $200u wan
i, ,.,. nH ,l,n t.ln
suggested ns nbout right for the Wain
lenle. Captain Green her master and tho
ciew. Another charge was mado for it
k notch of hawser destioyed, and n
thlid for hire of surf boatu, with somo
damage thereto, to unload tho Nelson.
Thn aggregate of claims was $2517.
Yesterday the attorneys for the Inttr
Island company, Abraham S. Lewis nnd
W. O. Smith, had evcivthlng ready In
attach the Charles Nelson, then In port, '
under the two libels In admiralty. He
fore It came to that point, however, n
settlement of the claims was made.
The Century Telephone Co. has with
drawn Its lltst articles of association
from the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works and hns substituted oth
ers containing nn Important change
which reads. In part, aa follows:
"Operating and maintaining sub
aqueous cables, cords or wires, between
tho several Islands or any of tJjem In
the Territory of Hawaii and, la con
nection therewith, to acquire, construr:.
own and maintain fixtures. Including
posts, piers, abutments or bridges an 1
telephone stations necessary and bene
This addition has been mado simply
In order that the company may. If It
Bees fit, branch out In this direction. It
Is not n matter for consideration In tin'
Lute Huiinr Report.
New York. Jan. ", Sugar nnw,
steady: fnjr refining. 3Tdc; centrifugal
US test. Vic; molasses sugar, ainc.
fined, firm and higher
KCOLA GETS TEN DAYS.
Keola. n young Huwnllaii. was sen
tenced .to ten dnvH' Impilsonment at
hard labor this moinlng on tho charge
of assault nnd battery on his stepmoth
er. Kallmann by name.
Kcola was nnested yesterday on n
warrant sworn to by his stepmother.
It appears that the old lady got into an
altercation with her husband and the
son, 'wishing lo uphold bis T fathe.,
Btruck the woman in tht face, 'The re
sult was a severe nose bleed. The old
lady rushed at once to the pollen sta
tion and waited around intll she pio-
cured her warrant. II
"BOBS" WILL REORGANIZE.
London. Jinuarv There Is much talk
In the par'f and elsewhere pf Lord Rob
ert!' Inslttineon fuller privileges as com
manderln chief of the forces than scrorJed
to Lo d Wolselev. but It l IrarneJ t at he
had done nothir-K of Ihe kind. He ac
cepted office on the vain ternn .is Ills pre
decessor, tlioujlil the personal relations
existing betfc een film no the Goverrment
officials assure g"reafcr reoperation than
was possible with l.orJ Wols ev.
The work of reorganizing the War Office
will be left almost solely to Lord Uoberts.
Mew Opera by MiiHCognl.
New York, Jan. 7. A cable to the
Sun from Milan says; The rehearsals
of Mascagnl's new opera, "j Mas
chere." have been conducted nt Rome
under the composer's personal direc
tion. The opera will be produced at
Milan and Venice simultaneously about
January 18th. It Is said to be a pleas
ant satire on contemporary social lite.
Fop Locnl Dcfcnne.
Cape Town, January J. The heads of
firms here are hastily organizing their
staffs Into compinlrs of the Itv Cjuardj.
Independent of the colonial defense.
KONA RAILWAY IS
Only Wants "Most Favored Railway
Charter" to Go Ahead-Preliminary
Gardner K. Wilder, attorney for tho
proposed Kona railway and one of Its
chief promoters, wus asked If there
were uny pi ogress to report, and ho
"We are Just watting now for the
Legislature. If we obtain 11 charter
equally favorable to those of other rail
wn)s In the Territory, we shall go
ahead nnd build the road. That Is the
situation at present.
"Tho line will be from Kailua to Pr.
hala. That takes in North nnd South
Konn and Kau. We are in a position to
muko arrangements with the HII11
Kohala Railway Co. to meet them on
the boundary lino between Kohala nnd
Knna. While that Is nil after consld-
pmtlrin It Ih not nnlv wlllilll llir. nnHsi.
route. 'If we get n charter, as I havo
stilted, there Is no doubt the road will
GRIP GRABSJEW YORK
New York, Jun. S. It Is estimated
that thero arc 250,000 cases of grip,
bronchitis nnd pneumonia In the city.
Not only the rlty hospitals but prlvuto
Institutions nro full to overflowing and
physicians tn many Instances are flnd
I lug It dllllrult to make their rounds.
It has been remnrked that whllo tho
' chatactcrlstlcB of the malady are tho
I same ns In foimer years, the discern
I has .osBUined a catarrhal tendency
which Is new.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sties, all shapes. H.
For Comfort !
How many men are troubled
with perspirinjt feet, caused
by the shoes being tlsht or
by too much walking.
Wa Have the Shoe which
is made to prevent prespera
tlon, it is called the
The shoes are neat, stylish
and attractive, made in tan.
M loll WAYS