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HONOLTJLUKriklTORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. MAY 13 W01v 4 V
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The Senate Reduces and
Cuts Out Salaries
SUPREME COURT; WILl V j
HAVE NO STENOGRAPHER
Russel Makes an Attempt to Merge
Assistant Clerk and Electoral
Registrar's Office Into
The Senato spent all forenoon dla
vusslng threo Items under the Judiciary
Department and more particularly In
the Supreme Court. 'As on Saturday,
the Republicans worked hard to hay
tho,Itcm referred to .various commit
tees but tho ' Independents, remained
firm and either passed or threw out the
various Items, It was u case of strict
'$ t , ' c c
Immediately after the preliminaries!
had Ixfn" disposed t In the Scnatcat
Its forenoon session. Dr. Russel made
a motion to reconsider the Item of as
sistant clerk In the office of the Secre
tary of the Territory. ''His object was
to merge thbj and the office 'ot the
Electoral Registrar .Into ope. making
the saluryJMOC', Instead of $100 for
the assistant clerk and $1200 for the
registrar, as heretofore.
A long discussion followed. Mr. Ka
lauoknlanl finally moved to leave the
Items as they had been decided on Sat
urday1 and this prevailed.
' Undet suspension of rules, Mr. Achl
introduced the following resolution!
Resolved, That during the discussion
of the several Items In the Appropria
tion bill, not more than two members
from each side shall speak on each
Mr. Xchl's resolution was only voted
for by himself and one other Senator,
The Items under tho Supreme Court
In the Judiciary Department was next
taken up. (hat of Clerk (Henry Smith), H
placed nt $5,000,. being .the first. '
Four GPnarafe motions were made.
Mr, Achl wantedtfhe Item 'passed al
45100. Dr. Russel at $4000, Mr. Baldwin
at $5,000 and Mr. Crabbe wanted she
Item pasted as in the Din. Mr. nam
win's motion to pass the Item at $5000
When It camo to the Balnry of the
Mepographcr of the Judiciary Depart
ment at $4,$00, there was Immediately
a motion to reduce It to $3,800. Finally
Mr. Achl stated that he did not see the
use of a stenographer In the Supreme
Court. Theie was no work for such
nn officer. However, he would like to
seo the Hem referred to a '.committee.
The Independents had their minds
made up and, on motion of Mr. Kalau-
okalanl, the Item was stricken out.
The pay of three messengers at $t.20O
apiece for the two years, went through
without much trouble but Mr. Carter
stated that he believed It was on ac
count of the color of the skin of theso
officers that no reduction had been pro
posed. It was a well known fact that
the messengers wore natives.
At 12 noon, the Senate took the usual
Sixth Floor of the
The popularity of Bky scrapers In
the Honolulu basinets district Is shown
by the fact that the upper story of the
Stangenwald building commands 10 per
cent higher rental than any other floor
In the building except the ground floor.
Following close upon the heels, of the
palnteis and finishers, tho tenants,
lucky inough to secure nests In tb,e
Stangenwald eyrlo have hustled their
We wish to announce to the
public lha', b the terms of
a contract just signed, the
ELECTRIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
WU be Imm'-dlitely extended
li " u;'i O.ll-pe HI l, fnllow-i-i
Lie line uf our miln b.ul
evjrd. Con'tructlon II begin AT
ONCE, and the road will be
In operation within fojr
months, giving a v
safes arid desks and office chairs up
the six, flights of sUtrs. The climate
on the upper floor of thja building Is
Very dftferent from the climate of the
street. ?lt Is In all respects equal- to
that prevailing, on the crest of Dia
mond Head orat the first loop on the
Pacific Heights railway. The view
from the office windows Is fully as
sweeping as that from the top of
Punchbowl hill. A trndo wind blows
constantly through the corridors end
the,tcnants will be spared the necessity
qf going to the mountains through tho
heated term. '
iThe coolest office floor In the city Is
occupied by the following Amis: A. W.
Carter, Z. A. Mott-Smlth Estate, and
E. H. Wodehousc. The Mott-Smlth
Estate,1 the S.i N.i Castle Kstato, C. V.
Dove surveyor; Thomas Fitch and a
firm of Japanese contractors. There
are. two j vacant rooms left.
The balcony which skirts the Mer
chant sticet'Slile of the upper story af
fords a most charming view.
Walalua stock took another drop this
motnlng and a sale of 10 shares at
$105 was renorted on the exchance. In
qulry was 'made of E. D. Tcnney re
garding any cause for the sudden fall
In the price of the stock!' Mr. Tennoy
said that he knew-of no reason what
ever for the decrease In tbo price of
walalua and that It was his opinion
the stockbrokers knew best what caus
ed the fall.; ' '
. For; about two weeks," there have
been rumors" tothe effect that the-an-tlclpated
crop of 16,000 tons at Wala
lua would fall from, two thousand to
four thousand tons short on account of
tho great amount of rain that has fall
en during the season. The copious
downpour has. It Is said, beaten down a
good deal of the cano nnd burled it.
Then, for the same reason that there
lias been too much rain this season.
reports began appearing regarding tho
other plantations, especially Honokaa,
where the crop will bo ajcreat deal
shorter this year than for 'many years
previously. '' '
Several of the prominent brokers
seen tfls morning, regard the condi
tion of the market at the present time
due to the going wrong of the plans
of speculators, especially In Walalua.
who bought In, anticipating an early
tllvldend and who are now selling out.
having been scared by the rumora
floating around. '
Buyers' are. holding off, waiting for
the stock to go lower. What the bot
tom price will be, cannot be foretold,
but the general Impression Is that the
stock will go to par and probably a lit
tle lower before a reaction takes place.
The whole market being dull Walalua
has been affected with the rest.
SINGLE MAN'S HOTEL
Plans for the establishment of a Sin
gle Man's hotel ptoposed by Theodore
nicharils are fast taking shape. It Is
practically settled that the residence of
the late J. A. Hopper, corner of King
and Punchbowl streets wtll be, secured
for this worthy object.! The deal has
not been finally closed but will be In a
day or two unless the unexpected hap'
AT THE ORPHBUM.
The Drpheum box office opened thhj
morning for the sale of scats for tne
CUeford Company. The first perform
once Is an' elaborate production of Quo
Vsdls with special scenery nnd cos
tumes. The Kllefords come here highly
recommended from the Coast, where
they have been playing for the past
few yeads with excellent success. Tlie
personnel of the company has been
maintained entlro throughout the past
few seasons and the plays presented
here will be cast as In Portland, Seattle
and the other coast towns. The season
opens Thursday evening at popular
prices and not, on Saturday as printed
on the bills. Popular prices are an
nounced and with their excellent repu
tation and new scenery, the Ellefords
should score a ready stu cess. .
The theater Is now undergnln gs
renovating process, the boxes bclnti re
painted ond recarpeted and tho whole
auditorium cleansed for the expected
Around the Inland,
. -Three well known yuung men, seek
ing recreation, rode around the Island
by way of Knhuku yesterday on bi
cycles and arrived In town after the
long ride a little tired but otherwise
none the worse, for the trip.
They were mounted on Columbia
chslnless wheels with coaster brake?
nnd found tho up grade very easy rlc"-
Ing while" down grade was all glorious1
A cyclometer taken nlong reglaterrd ,
the distniiro ridden nt olgr-ty milcp.
which distance, was made In thirteen
houis Including all stops.
Lnunclitng of the ConMltutlon
Now York, April 23. W, Butler Dun
can, malinger of the cup defender syn
dicate, announced today that tho Con
stitution will bo launched on the even
ing of May Mil.
. . .
King William IV. coronation cost
the nation nliout ?200.090; the expenses
of King Edward VII's coronation, It Is
expected, will bo much beavlei.
JudgeT .Humphreys De
livers Charge toftpec
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REMARKS OF COURT ARE"
DIRECT AND TEMPERATE
Judge' Eddings Convenes Court;? for
f Trial of Special Case3 Ver
, diet for 0. 1. Helm
In the Circuit Court this morning.
the special drand Jury summoned tn
Investigate the charges of bribery
against the members of the Legislature.
made by Governor Dole, two newspa
pers and. strep t rumors, was Impanncl
td and' cbarMil.bjr Judge A.S. Humph-
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The Jury summonsed by the liflllft
was as follqws: ,.,,
' Albert VantCIIef Ocarydhn V. Col-'
burn, Frederick W. Wnnde'nberg, John
D. Holt Jr., Joseph C. Cohen, George K.
SmlthleSiIoeph O. Carter. Samuel I.
Dwlghf.j William C, Wilder. Edward-
WIllfanTAIIen, .Edward C. Mnrfarlane.
Frank Hancy, Charles II. Brown, Dr.
Ocorge HddyMWUHam.ftlchard Chll-
ion, jnmes warroii iuinn, aKarun
Fernandez, HnirryM. Whitney Jr., Oli
ver Stlllman, Edward .Clinton Itowe,
Louis John McCabe. nndillugb Mcln
.Tlwi follqwlng asked to bo excused on
vnrldus grounds: Wm. C. Wilder, Dr.
Oco. H. Huddy. I.. J. McCnbe. B. C.
Rowc, F. W. Wiindcnberg, N. Fernan
dez, Frank Harvey ,V. n. Chilton,
Horry M. Whitney. These nine were
excused leaving a Jury.ofjflfteen which
The charge of Judge Hiimjihreys
was oral and brief., He said that It had
not been hjs Intention at (the present
session to Impanel a Grand Jury but
owing to recent occurrences of great
Importance to every person In the com-
munlty the court would ho recreant to
duty It It did not call a Qrand Jury at
tola time, to consider this very import
ant matter and such other business al
might properly come before It,
He said the Fifth Amendment to the
Constitution of the United Stntcs pro
lrtca that no person shall be held to
answer for a capital or other infamous
crime unless on a presentment or In
dictment of a grnnd Jury, nnd that the
duties of the present body grew out of
that great provision. He said the du
ties, powers and Jurisdiction of the
Ornnd Jury Is coextenslvo with the
Islands and that It may summon wit'
nesses from any place on the Island of
Oahu. If after hearing the evidence In
any matter, the Grand Jury believes a
trial Jury would convict. It was charg -
cd to find nn Indictment. The duties of
the Attorney General to summon any
witness, wanted by the Grnnd' Jury,
was pointed out and his duty to advise
the body upon points of law was also
referred to , It was also pointed put
that the dilty of the Attorhey tfenem)
Is' not to express any opinion ad to the.
gullfbr Innocence of any one before the
Grand Jury: or tn express opinion upon
any question of fact would bd highly
Improper on thoi part of tho Attorney
General and, as; stated by tho Court,
would not probably be Indulged In
ti. ..mc .,. .ii ,n,iinMi
In the Grand Jury room was directed "lft nn hn n' 'or 'nt f the
by tho Court for the nprarcnt reasoni wort street ln Walluku especially In
that tho ends of Justice require It. ralny, "father when that road becomes
The primary matters to bo Inveatl-1 B verl"nle tor" Patch.
gated, said the Court, nro certain " '
charges circulating In the community Suppo-tnCol. Balrd.
affecting tho Integrity of members' of (Maul News )
tho late and first term of tho IsUla-j u 8 ijutrlct Attorney B.ilrd found
ture of tho Territory of Hawaii. AtU ncccgBary the othor ,,lly to SCHthlng.
leiist In two dally papers there have,,,. denmln.e a Jurj. for falllni; to con
been published charges that members, vlt.Und ln BO rtolnK rC(.cJved the moral
of the 'legislature have been Influence l(f,opport of Jll(,ge ,:r,V Wn,n ,hero
by bribes. This charge was charactsr , .,, ,n HbBana. a sentiment of sympa
lzed,by the Court ns one of tho, gray j ,hy wl(h the, JurorSi sll outllll,cril wlll
est nnture. striking tho very foundi-, ,,. ,0 1)Cllc tnpre wna ..goraethlng
(ions of civil society. If evidence ls10t(en ,n ncnmnrk." and that tho Ju
found that members of tho Legislature . ropp-de.cve,, whafthey got,-,-
-orruptly accepted bribes, Indlttmcnts , . , '
annum luiiuw, i nr uuiiri icuinuiuuu
to sny that not only had chntgis o! b;I
tiery been published In tho newspapers
but that they hod circulated as street
rumors nnd hid been countenanced at
high official source. Judge Humph
reys icpeutcd that It was tho duty of
tho Grand Jury to summon all who
might be expected to have knowledge In
I!;q matter, ".No public officer Is exempt
fiom appearance In this Court or before
" appendage this Grand Jury," Bald
T'" Court then charged tho Jury tn
examine Into liny cither offenses thnt
might come to Its nttentlon. J, O. Car
ter was mndo foreman. In making ttih
appointment. Judge Humphreys sutdt
"I desire to stnto that I consider It n
happy nnd signal honor to preside In
Court and Impanel a Grand Jury of
which Mr. Carter Is foreman,"
C. K. HopktiiB was tnado bailiff of
tho Grand Jury.
After the Giiind Jury was sent out
the tegulur bubltic8s of tha term w,n
The Jury In the case of T, W. Ho-
hioQ s, C. I, Helm brought In a 'f"
dUffor the defendant.
The ease of M. M. Colin vs. L. It, Dei
was, then taken up far trial.
The cases of Mary K. Tlbbetts vs. 3,
M. Damon and A. U. TitloW rs. Albert
Whytewere continued for the term.
Holmes A. Stanley for the defendant
have filed a motion to vacate the ordei
of default In the suit, of J. A. Magbon
tuardlan.'VS, Elizabeth Robson. '
Petition to sell real estate sltirated
In jMak-'lkl has been filed Jn the matter
of the estate of Mkanoe,,tj
Judge Kdlng's convened court this
morning at to o'clock bul.'adjourned
Immediately to 130 p. m.'Jbecautfc he
had not before him the assignment
of causes tor trial.
. Injunction bund of $500 has been filed
by J, M. Vivas In the suit to dissolve
partnership agalait M. (lusmso Sllva.
The America Maru arrived from the
Orient early this morning after a very
fast and pleasant trip. She has a very
largo number of through passengers
and two for this port I esldes 174 Chi
nese and 11 Japanese In the steerage.
Her cargo for this port consists of 600
tons of general merchandise and she Is
billed to sail fur San Francisco at 8
o'clock this evening.
The last tlmo the America Maru wai
here, a Japanese claiming to be a resi
dent of this port, was In the custody of
the steamer's officers ns a stowaway
and rejected Immigrant, he having been
refused a landing at San'j?ranclsco by
tho authorities. On arrival here his
friends, on a writ of habeas corpus Is-
sued by Circuit Judge Humphreys,
fook him from the ship's officers and
'landed him here. He was afterwards
discharged from the custody of the
sheriff by the court on the hearing had
"on the writ
For allowing the man to bo taken
from (he ship. Collector Stackable was
of opinion that the officers had broken
the Immigration laws and he concluded
to floe the vessel on her return here.
When seeu this morning, Collector
Stackable raid he had not taken any
action as to the fining the vessel this
time and would wait to hear definitely
from Washington before doing so.
Ring up Blue 911.
FAREWELL TO MISS 8TANT0N
The sfantons will give their farewell
performance this evening and It Is cer
tain the house wlllje crowded, la the
n'Q.Drs.The Fencing itaster li the opera
for -the evening. Miss Stanton Is un
questionably the most popular actress
who has ever come to Honolulu In re
cent years. This evening's perform
ansc U to partake of the nature of a
farewell to Miss Stanton who will re
celve a positive expression tho' high
esteem tn which she Is held by the
theater going and social circle.
Boy Brigade at Pntnmo.
Palama Chapel nf tho Roys' Brigade
was the scene of a bright gathering nt
hoys last evening. Tho brigades from
Kallhl, Kakaakn, and Punchbowl were
Invited to Join in the regular SuntinV
Rev. J. IP. Hrdman presided. Songs
by the boys were the principal features
lot the program. Addresses were 'made
by Rev. Turner, Theo. Richards, Mr,
Waldron and Rev, Rrdman. The
"Maul" and Kuumakaplll quartets sang
Fix Wolluku Road.
' Wolluku, May 9. Rood Supervisor
Dan Quill and his assistant John Klnl
are at present supervising the repair
ing and macadamizing of Vineyard
street, Walluku, and they as well aa the
Road Board are receiving the heart
felt thanks of the citizens who live
along thnt thoroughfare. Vineyard
Mtnck Bon iil Dcclnlon.
Woshlngton, April 29. Tho United
nt.ites Supreme Court today decided In
the tase brought by ex-Congressman
iltpphen V. White of Brooklyn that n
"call," as tho word Is used In the Slock
'Ixchnngo, Is an agreement to sell, -and
therefore subject tn taxation nt tlie.
-ate of 2 cents per $100 under the war
, Blncldhnn Detent Sinclair.
Rlnelnlr'a cilcket team went down to
iefent before Blackmail's tenm last
3aturdny afternoon, A time limit was
Imposed, so that tho game wns quite
abort, Morse, ninrkmun. and Andnr
son were the only ones who nude the
allotted IE runs. Tim 0n.il scoru wns
Sinclair, 22; Blarkman, 10.
Htnle Ills IiiUk.
Walluku. May 10. About ffiO and n
pair of pants weio stolen last wetk
f lorn the loom of Cluvi. Hi aim, head
operntor Maul Tvlephono at Walluku
efiitrul office. Tlio liullce luivu tho
natter In hand. No arrc3ts yet.
Marstor Camobell Has
Been maae his
APPOINTMENT MADE Pil i ,
lJ IN THE DEPARTMENTS
Executive Council Does Scant Business
-Cooper Will' Send Names of
Governor's Appointees to
Assistant Superintendent of Publle
Works Howell has tendered his restg
nation to take effect May 31.
Superintendent Boyd, has made the
following appointments and'promutlont
ln his office: Mnrston Campbell. As
slilant Superintendent of Public
Works: T. A. I.loyd, Road Supenlsorj
II. II. Wright, Chief Clerk; Ocorge C.
Ross, first assistant clerk; Manuel H
Cook, second assistant clerk ;t Miss Net
tle Ilarraclatigb, stenographer.
T. A. Lloyd, the new addition to the
force In the Public Works Department,
Is on' old resident, having lived In the
Islands over thirty years. He held tho
office of Road Supervisor under -the
monarchy and wag afterward a deputy
In the tax office for the Island of Oahu,
U. S, Boyd, Commissioner of Public
Lands, has appolntod 8. Mahulu. chief
clerk and George Rosa, first assistant
tn the Executive Council today llttl
was done besides the discussion of the
appointments made by the beads of de
partments. The appointments made,
received the approval of the member
Gernor Dole was absent, his plars
being filled by Acting Governor Coop
The Acting Governor will transmit
to the Senate for confirmation this af
ternoon, the names of J, 11. Boyd. W.
H. Wright and B. 3. Boyd, named bj
Qovernnr Dple for the otleca ol Suptr
Intcndent of, Public Works, 'Treasurer
and Commissioner of Lunds, respective.
fill FOR I (I
HAVE OFFICERS MOVE
Money for Legislature Gets Through
Third Reading Hot Discus
sion and Then
Considerable amusement was stirred
up In the House thla tnornlh'g bV the
Introduction of a resolution asking that
tjhe.Officers'i-.Club' vacate 'their present
quarters, itouertson and Makcxau
rarac to the aid of (he club and a wordy
Tho resolution was a's follows:
Whereas, tho Court! of Claims Is
seeking quarters for holding sessions
of snid court, and
Wherens, the business which the said
Court wus created to perform Is of a
character requiring not less than six
months of siting for Its completion and
Whereas, It Is the sense of this Legis
lature that In view of the financial
conditions confronting the Territory It
Is desirable to economize in every di
rection possible, now, therefore, be It
Resolved, by tho Home of Repre
sentatives, the, Scnate concurring
That It Is the sen bo rf this Legisla
ture that tho Officers' Club heretofore
and now occupying tho Rungulow on
theso Kxecutlve Building groundB, bn
requested to vacate the same, by the
ftTnlniilnn rtf ihn Mi.rant mnnth..
. Vf, (, w, .MW .H,.VMI .,V....(,
That tho Court of Claims bo request
ed to arrange for occupying that por
tion of tho Ilnngalow vacated by the
Officers' Club, for the purpose of said
commission as soon an available.
J, l5MMi:i,UTH. ".
Monsnrrat nsked If the "wet goods"
were still to remain lu their present lo
cation, nmmeluth stated thst ho wns not a
dlxtlllcr but. that such a" "Joint" was a
disgrace to the, Territory,
Makekau, who Is n Hiloon keeper,
thru came to the defense of tho Officers'
Club. Ho stated that tho Court of
Claims needed a larger room to trans
act their business, nnd suggested thnt
the Throne room bo used ns soon as
the House should vacato It.
Robertson said that tho resolution
wns useless as tho House rould not
fnlcn tho CnurL of ClnlniR in sit In nnv
particular place, He suggested that
Judge Dickey's court or the ill III shed
bo usod In place of the Ofib era Club.
"I plainly see,' said Mr Hinnieliith
ln it'ply, "that my honnrublo frlnda
have .in lilrn that this l n mutter that
can lie Indefinitely dclaved Mr. Rob
irUon's arguments aio nothing but
Imagination. If the drill shed has to be
procured for the aeommodatlon of the
crowds, the Court of CUIms will be so
hampered and disturbed that they
never, will get through Ihelr business.
This debasement of public grounds
must stop, for It Is a disgrace to the en
tire land, if the lloufe Is in such a
mood that we cannot set nt the club
this -way, I wlll withdraw the resolu
tion, but I wlll sec that no "free
booze',' fUnd EOiiilntoUhe Anorotirla-
tlon bill.'1 It If nn outrage that such a
thing exists Within ec and ear shot
of the OoverBc,,
Prcndereast'liitrodured a resolution
asking thatjthe,ollce pay rolls be turn
ed over to the House for Inspection
Makekau movfd that House bill 1.
appropriating $20,000 for the expense of
the Legislature, pastthlrd reading.
Dickey stated .that but $9,000 was
needed or nlar(e, and that the Legis
lature wfis becoming too extravagant.
He, stated that the people desired $1,
340,000 for Improvements, and here was
the House Spending $1,000 a day.
The bill then passed. A)es 25, noes
The House then adjourned for th
lay. so that the committees mignt
spend the afternoon In work.
NOT FOB HILO.
The probabilities are that the steam
er Hawaiian, now duo here will go -to
Kahulut first to unload her freight for
that port. She wlll then come here.
Hllo will be cut out this trip and the
vessel wlll sail direct frcm Kahulutfor'
New York. Manager Percy Moore of
tho American-Hawaiian line leaves for
Kahnlul tomorrow, and wlll go out to
the Hawaiian ln the Leslie Baldwin to
confer with her captain about dlschnrg.
Ing her Kahulul freight. If she dis
charges first at ICahulul the big steam
er Is not likely to arrive here befura
LITTLE GIRL DROWNED:
Alice, a little native girl eight years
oh), was drowned In Niiuanu stream
while swimming during the noon hour
P. Maurice McMahon who was lii tlm
neighborhood wns attracted to the
scene of the drowning by the cries "of
the child's mother, lie worked over
the little one for an hour but failed to
resucltate her. Although efforts were
made to summon a doctor by telephona
tt was too late when medical assistance
Meeting ol Auto Stockholder.
The annual 'meeting .of the stock
holders In the Hawaiian Automobile
Company was held at the office of Cas
tle & Cpoke this morning. The reports
of the manager .and treasurer were
read. The principal matter of interest
was n recommendation to replace tho
batteries now In use by a new and Im
proved make. This wlll bo the subject
for discussion at a special meeting In
the near future.
The officers elected today ore: Pres
ident J. B. Atherton; vice president. L.
T. Grant; secretary. K. D. Tenney:
treasurer, VfA. Bowen; directors. F
W. Macfarlane and W. 11. lloogs. ,
FIRE CLAIMS COMMI88ION.
The FJre Claims Commission held a
meeting nt tha Chamber of Commerce
rooms, today but considered no business
except the matter of forms. The Com
mission will meet again tomorrow nnd
in all probability organize for active
The 8oderflren Cane. r '
In tho Federal Court this morning ar
guments were heard on the motion to
amend tho records in the case of tha
Territory vs. F. O. Sodergre W. A.
Kinney represented the motion and 17.
S. Attorney Bnlrd had not finished hit
address In oposltlon when the court ad
journed at noon,
Bnlnbrldfie to Visit Walalua.
Oliver Bnlnhrldge, tho icnowned tra
veler, wlll visit WalaW-v on Thursday
next for the purpose of collecting plan
tatlon notes and sketches. During th
evening he will entertain the residents
there In his usual good atylft. ?
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feet look well and always
feel j;ood. - I he J. A.
Banister an J the Stronj;,
and Garfield Shoes v ill (jive
you satisfaction In every
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