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SATIUOAY .SElM'EXllir.ll 2J. 1801,
GUI) UhlGNS OVIill ALL.
The nssntMliintlon of tso great lead
ers ut the Nation called ,'nrth two nu
taMy eloquent expreKfloiiH of public
fce'utlmcnt iik(ii nt tlmi'H w lien a
gnat people wore torn by the conflict
lug pnHilon ami sorrow ut the hour.
These hip partlcMil.irl) appropriate to
tills time when, vvltliln (lie life of u
generation the Nation Ix uc.ilu called
tu mourn tlio death of u beloved UJ1
er. The Hut vviih vpiiki u li Hi" l.lte
.lumen A (Inrllcld ut the time of Lin
coln's jssasslnatlon. Gjrfleld bad
bervccl with honor during the war anil
had lipmmc n memlier of OongteiM
The people wen- wild with gilef audim
liil'. A tnoli Kiirged through New York
lnisliimui district, when (inrflolil ap
peared on the pouh of n uciili.v hotel
uud waved his hand to attract .11 tin
llon. 'riilnhlug a bulletin wns to lie
read the erowd heuime unlet when
(larfli Id Kpoke thoe woidh lliat will
ever live In history
Fellow -citizens: Cloud mid dark
ness are round about bliu llli pavilion
In dark vvutrrx and thick clouds trou
the nkles. Justice anil Judgment me
the habltiitlon of Ills tin one. and truth
shall go before III faie. Kellovv-i Itl
xenn. (tod telgiiH ami the (iiivetnment
at Washington Mill llfi.
Sixteen jeai'H later Ourlltld hluuclf
wati laid low by the liulli t of an r
a9ln. The memorial address wan dc
llevrred l Jiiiiiok (!. Illalne, friend
iind olllvljl iissncluti! of the Piexldrnt
HID words struck home to every heart
and xoothed the aching Ilea it of the
multitude to it calm suIiiiiNhIoii to the
Divine plan. It was a niaMerplecn
of orator.v and voiced sentiments which
a mourning people i-ought to frame In
words. Uter reviewing the life of tho
Plesldent. Illalne rinsed with thesu
tboughtii which aie approprlati ly quot
ed on this d.i.v when Hawaii Joins In
expnsflug Hh gilef nt the loss of an
other leader, a follower of I.lnioln and
a frit ml nf Oailleld.
On th m.irnlne or Satunlnv inly 2
tho Pirslcleiit wiik a contented and
bnppj man: nnt In the ordinary do
grce. but Jovfullj. nlinodt hoylnhlv.
happy. On his way to the rallioail stn
tlon, to which be (hove slcnvl in con
clous njoment of the beautiful
morning with an unwonted sense nt
leisure and keen anticipation of plea
tiro, his talk was all in the ir:i.-lul
and congratulatory villi. He ft.lt "hat
after four month!) of trlnl bin ndmlnl
trntlou wiik btning In Its gnsp of nf.
lairs, strung In popular favor, ami do
served to glow stronger; that inc
grave dltniiiltU-H confront '..(, Ih'.ii at
hit. Inauguration had been aaMy piis
ed; that the trouble lav h, bind III in
mid not before him; .hnt he wna hocn
to meet lie wife whom ho Mm!, now
recovering from an 111 e-.s whleii had
but lately dlscpilctcd and almost ill
nerved him. that he was going to liii
Alma Muter to ren-vv h moat cher
Uhed nt-soeiu'iloiis of hh young man
bond and to exchange g.eethigs with
those whose deepening n'o.-er.i an J
lollowcd every step o. Ins mwaiil
piogress troni the day lie entt le I np-0
his (ollege studli'S until he !i.u a't.iin
ed the loftiest ehvatlou Id til. gill o'
MiKh of happiness can vei n i
from the lionors and trluniis or this
world On that (inlet July iieiniliia
James A (iartlold may luivo well he, u
a happy man. No foieboding of evil
haunted him .Not i.ie sligutest pru
monition of danger clouded nls sky
Ilia terrible fate was upon him In an
Instant. One moment ne stood erect,
kttong, tonlldent In the years stiech
Ing penceliilly out before him, tint
next ho lay wounded, bleeding, help
leas doomed to many weeks of tor
ture, to slivnec uud thu grave. (Ileal
in life, he was iiusiii passingly great In
death. For no cause, In the very frcn
xy of wantonness and wickedness by
the red hand of murder, he was thrust
from the full tide of tho world's Inter
est; from its hopes, Its aspirations, its
victories, Into tho visible presence n(
death, and he did not ipiall. Not uIuiih
for tho ono short moment In which
stunned and dazed, ho could glvu up
life, hardly awure of its relinquish
uient, hut tluougli days of deadly lun
guar, through weeks of agony that n.'
not less agony because silently borne
wlth dear sight and lalm courage lu
' looked Into Tils open grave. W'hul
blight and ruin met his anguished
oyes! Whose lips tuny tell what brll
Hunt, broken plans, what bnlllcd. Iilun
ambitions, what sundering of stums,
warm manhood's friendships, what Id',
ter ending of sweet liousohold ties?
Behind him u proud, expectant nt
tlon, a great host uf sustaining friends
n cherished and happy mother wear
Ing the full, rich honors of her eaily
tllals and teais, the wife of his youth
whose life lay lu Ills; the little hoys
not yet emerged from childhood's dav
of frolic; the fair young daughter, tho
sturdy sons Just spiinglng into clou
est companionship, claiming every
day, ami every day rewarding, a lam
it's Iovh and ture, and In his heart tie
eager rejoicing power to meet all d
mamlH, befoie him great daikiiess
nud his soul was not shaken, and his
countrymen were tilled with Instant
profound and universal sympathy
. Mustcrful lu his mortal iveiiMirss. 'm
T became tho center of a nation's love
jiuiBhrlneil lu the prayers of a world.
Hut all tho love and all tho sympathy
'could not share with him his suffering.
HJo trod the wlue-picss alone. Willi
(unfaltering front he fated death. With
.unfailing tenderness helook leave )l
i life. Above the demoniac niss of til'
. assassin's bullet ho heard the voice of
i," tlod. With simple resignation he how
en t" inn Divine decien.
As tho end drew near his early
ujcruvjng for the sea returned. The
"Biuvuiy mansion oi power nail oeen
'to him ho wearisome hospital of pain
fand he begged to bo taken from hU
prison walls, from Its oppressive, stl
Sfllng air. from its homelessncss and
aitB''hoMilesBnesB, (lently, silently, tho
jjjove of a great people bore the pain
sufferer to the longed for healing of
the sea. to live or to die, as llml will,
within sight of Its benvlng uIIIovm,
within the sound of Its manifold voice
With wan, reveled face tenderly lilted
to the tooting bieozo, he looked out
wistfully tiiHiii the ocean's (hanging
wonders on Its far sails whitening
nl tho morning tight; on Its rostles.4
waves rolling shine ward to birnk and
die beneath the noonday sun; on the
red clouds of evening nrehlng low t.i
the horizon; on the seiene mid shining
pathway of the stnrs. Let us thlnl;
that his dying eyes read a mystic
meaning which only the rapt and pirt
Inp soul may know Let us believe
thnt In the silence of the receding
World he beard the gleat waves lircnk
Ing on a fuitber snoic. nml felt nlrendi'
Upon his wasted blow the breath or tin
THEY WOIGE SORROW
OP BEREAVED PEOPLE
(Continued from page 1.)
er. and try to nsccttnln what could
have geneinted siien a clinic, rneto
must be. some lestering sore lu thy
land wnlch ncitls the phvslclutis li.ll.il
or the surgeon s knlle.
'I hf annul I'rcsutent McKlnlcv wu
to heal wounds, to devise ways ami
means fur the health nml prospciiiy
ot nla country. He was cm down in
the midst ut tils work, nml we mourn,
Or what uatuie Is our mourning? The
loss of n gleat man, or die crfec t oi
a tumble shock to uur sensitive na
ture? H only ur this lloetlng enamel t
tt will not last, ir we wish to Iniinor
tallzv him. our tears will watei th
ground which he has planted; our
hearts, while throbbing In sympalny
with his wounds, am! with me vv 01111114
his loving nun Under widow bus had
dealt to her, will unite in one vast
endeavor to hrlng his plans lor tho
good or his people to mutton. Ilnet
cui7en. whether niler or tilled, will
do his part to ciadlcato evil liom the
land, and to plant good.
allien of Hint Inordinate, self-seek
Ing and unrighteous desire, which
tends to dlscontept and to the disrup
tion of society would cense Ir I'resl
ikllt .McKlulcy's Ideas could lie ent
Oulctlv but iliiisflcnlly ho moved.
n iiiomheilng alwnys that It Is not tun I
gicnt mm strong mind, nor the earth
cpinke nor the Hie. that moves the unl I
verso, but the still, small voice tlm '
Mine and hand of love.
It Is for us to nun L this duv- of
test from the tolls of earthly battle
Willi nun resolution for the good of,
our 1 omit 1 y. It we put them Intal
effect It will be more enduring than
perennial brass or stately monument.
The Inscription will be written on1
the hearts of men. Hut these wo need.
too, ror we cannot do without remind
eis to arouse us from the lethargy I
which will without doubt come upon I
me ucsi oi us, U't every one who
loves his follow ninit. his nation and
his country follow the lend of the II
lustrlous successor of the martyr who
has lelt us, and whose steps he hit
promised to rollcuv.
Rev. H. H. Parker Speaks.
ltcv. II. II. I'aiket addressed tli
iissemblngo in llawuilau 10 tne lollow
1'iosideiit .McKluley whs 11 mail sent
fioiu (ion tin 11 miut ptiipo.se. i, m
gave n true mnn 10 tin- world 111 v 11
jmm .lc-Kiniey. The wculd wants
mote men of that Kind.
l'lesldent McKlulv) was an eiocli
maker, ruder his lunck-ishlp the
United States iiiude n new dejinrtur"
Jtom Its nutlonnl stand, by which the
.Nation icntcivil upon 11 now uud
broader existence, assuming solemn
resK)iisilillltles of tlupetiiloiis mens-
The legatcl or l'lesldent McKluley
ror the peoplo was one or nls most re
markable characteristics. He eaiii"
from the common neotde nod aimed
always to be In touch with theni. Ho
was or the people ami for the peoplo
all the time. Up loved the neiioi,,
and trusted thoni. President .McKlii-
ley liked to moot men socially, to e.
tend the hand to thorn In liiemlly
greeting, to enter with them Into their
Joys and hopes and fears, and he stud-
led to mnelliuato the condition ol Hie
lu social lire the lamented I'reslde.it
was pine ami unspotted. A lover of
home uml domestic ilte, the nlfeetlo.i
he showed at all seasous Tor Ills moth
ir mid wife was among his brightest
Halts of great manhood.
Mr. .McKluley was a true patriot who
loved couiury better than self.
The secret or such a life the seeiet
of every true life what Is It? (!ol
given capacity, a llxecl purpose, seir
mastery and. underlying nil these, the
principles or that .Master or men who
came into thu world to levenl to us
Hie fatherhood of (iod and the broth
erhood or man.
'NcaiVr. .My find, to Thee" was now
sung, the audience taking pan.
Remarks of Governor Dole.
In our ..'arrow for the.loss of Prehi
dent McKluley, we 01 thesu lalaudu
think especially of what he has dune
lor Hawaii. We know that I'lesiduut
.McKluley nail a great Intciest In
these Islands, their history, their peo
ple and their goveruuieut. for hid
biother was at ono time tho American
Consul hciu dining the earlier stngua
and the ecu rcspoudeiico between I ho
Iwo brothers must hnvu been or such
a nature to have lucieused his lu
terest lu the ri-butuii'i and vlmiactir
ur the people of Hawaii, This luterci.t
was fuitber extended by the tact that
ifter leasing to be American Couu
co Hawaii. .Mr, .McKluley s hint her an
canu the Hawaiian Consul In Sun
I'riiuelsco. And nil the time that Air.
.McKluley wus In Cougress, the people
or Hawaii toll that ho was their
friend and would always help lu legis
lation ror the benefit ol Hnwiill lu so
fur as It was consistent with bis dutl.-a
to his own country.
When ho became 1'resldnut of thu
I'lilted States, ho cuitled this Interval
with lit 111 and the guest ton 01 clouor
union with Ameilea was taken up
mid he was already prcpaied to con.
slder the question upon his previous
knowledge of the people of this conn
I think that no one who has thought
or I'lealdent MeKlnlnv and who has
had mi opportunity to lead the ollleml
toi respoiidoneu between die Cult i
Stntes and this Territory lias fulled ti
be Impressed with his kindness unci
coiislcleiiitlcm lor the wclluie ol this
country. Ho was of the people, lis
was ulways anxious to piomnto the
piospoiity of tho Individual, and while
ho was wldo avvalco to tho great nf
talis of this country, yet he ulways
had lelsiuo and a place in IiIh mlii.l
lor the common peoplo mid the people
or small Interests, and now that no
has been taken nwav so luthlessly In
the very brightest time in his lire, 1
feel wu mourn him surelv ns thu friend
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
I believe that wn all sham In this
feeling all races, tho whites, thu Ha
waiian nml the Asiatics, and tho peo
plo of nil the world hnd learned to leva
the lost President.
One ut the strung features In hU
character wns that .McKluley was of
the people. 1 am not very well ac
quainted vvitli the history of his Hid,
but ns I understand It, as a buy' nu
hnd no superior advantages over tho
avcinge American boy. He rose not
so much on account of what he hnd ns
1 ne use po made ot the opportunities
at hand They luiind him a man uf the
people. As a buy, no entered the ser
vice of thu (luv eminent In the Civil
War and that experience biought him
In c-lnse touch with the rank mid III
ur the people. This experience had a
lasting eiTcct upon nls character, nncl
this cpinllty ..an 11 great ami lasting
effect In keeping bliu In touch with the
In the leceptlons to tho public in
the White House, that ordeal whirl
has been dreaded by some of tne
Presidents, he entered Into the splnt
of them and deilved the greatest sat
isfaction Ircnn them. There was never
Anything unpleasant to lilm In them.
Ilu. received foreigners nml fellow cit
izens, while Amei leans, Indians ami
negroes, and fur nil lie had a pleasant
Mnlle that was nol feigned and a warm
grasp of the hand.
Ah President ot tho United States,
he had to consider ninny questions in
volving morals. Thu Cuban question
and the Spanish wnr was a very den
into question. Thu outbreak 111 tin
Philippines against the authority of
the I'nltoil States Involved many mor
al questluns. There was a large nml
outspoken clement 111 the country that
Celt that America should lolliiqtllsh her
hold on the Philippines, hut In all
those questions he hnd the courns
to decide. Whether tight or wrong.
we mny uu sure that all these que.-,-lions
had his most cainust thought
ami were decided according to what
he thought was for the best of the
country. Ameilea had come Into pos
session of the Islands without seeking
It. The question wns whether vu
fchould hold on or let go. 1 he question
was decided 111 favor of holding on mid
giving to a peoplo who sorely noode.l
It the- benefits or Amurlcnn civilization
to these people who had become
wards of the Amerlcnn nntlon.
or the llle or this great man. Ilev.
Parker has spoken fully In Hawaiian
The life of this num. his great silccesi
at statesmanship, tils coinage and 1I1
many qualities of vlitue. will ever
stnud us his monument. This rich 111
lierltnnce vvu have fur ourselves and
our children. Its Inllueucu will con
Ilov. W. I). Westcrvi.lt, icforrlng to
his substitution for ltcv. W. .M. Kin
'"III who. having only Just landed
from the steamer .Mariposa a few
hours be fine, could not undertake nn
address, sulci ho hail hoped that tho
limn with-the ;d!vcr tongue might ad
dress the- people of Honolulu, so that
hearts might be touched by- his elo
quence. Wortiiy would be such words
as Mr Klhenld could speak. And yet
ns part of the gicut Commonwealth
the hearts of whoso citizens hnd boon
torn the past few duys, it wns not
hard to think Hint a tribute from the
heart would come easily to all. H
then quoted an mtlcle Hum the Nash
ville American as show lug the I10U
.Mr. .McKluley hud gained on the ur
fee Hon or the South, which said that a
mine gracious mid winsome personal
ity never occupied tho high office or
the Chief Executive The Tennessee
paper Outlier said (line win, less c.r
puitlstinshlp and sectional reeling In
.McKluley than In any President since
tho Civil War. The speaker nlso quot
ed fioiu the lunornl sermon of Illshoii
Andiews, the ilciid President's lire
long fili-iid. referring to bis Incorrupt
ible ohm 111 tor ami Irom this mhlicsscd
earliest winds to the young Hawaii.
mis who w glowing to citlrcnshlp.
Thole was no political future for n dis
honest politician lu America. In con
clusion Mr. Western-It dwelt elo
quently on l'lesldent .McKluley ns n
mattyr, which no was ns truly us any
of the worthies whoso Inooc. had prov
ed the seed en llghteoiisness 011 enith.
"Anieiicn' wns sung bv tue cholv
and mullein e. uml .Mr. Ihclmnn pro
nounced the i.ciicdlcttmi.
HANGMAN JNT DEAD
Snu llafnel, Sept. 20.-Amos Lun.
the lanious hangman uf Han Quentln
pilson. died 111 lu 11 cluck last night,
at .S.ipu Insane asylum. Hu had been
lucntally unbalanced slueu October.
l.S'.iy. ami lor much or thu time was
violently Insane. At thy time or hU
death ho was u uiviu shadow or his tut-mil-
robust self, and his death had
been expected for some- weeks.
I.unt necamu executioner nt San
Quentln In IS'Jl. mid bad sent four
teen niiiidorers to deuth bercuo Tho
dole Dm rant wus turned over to him.
He liecmue rnmuiis then, partly on ac
count ur his roe cud mid partly becnusa
ol the apparently Iron nerve he exhib
ited lu pel running Ins glow some du
ties. Alter llmraiit's execution, on
January 7, IMiS. Lunt executed Wo
Tung, lien .1. Hill. Joe Kbuuks. John
-Miller uml (Icmge Claik, the last nam
ed being bunged on October 21, 18i8,
In October, I Milt. Lunt. who hnd lei
tin nod to Ids post at Sau Quentln uft
CI a lu lei change, began to show signs
nf Insmiity. Ho wus seen to point his
tlllu at Invisible foes, mid heaid u
talk with unseen put suets. He Imag
ined that he wus threatened with
death. It was said that I.uut's hialn
gave wny under the strain of his wenk,
but this wns denied. He wns sent Id
Nupa Asylum, wlieie his system under
went 11 giniliiul decline.
Lunt wns tinqiiestlouubly a man of
strong nerve, but ho was nol as Im
passive as ho was panned. Uomiio nV.
cry hanging he was known to tnkc
several stllT ill Inks of whisky and n
cup or twoor bitter cotYeo to nerve
himself to his tusk. Dining his term
us executioner he hnuged twenty men.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
J. M. VIVAS
POUT OPPICK I.ANR.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel L'arbcr Shop.
I'OI! US CUNTS.
OP THU FAVORITE
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
Hop Hiile by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thee eooJs were orJered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest In design and
mechanism, : ' : : : :
Call early anJ make your selections.
In addition to 'he to wo feet of Gatden
Hos- lately receiv ed, the "Emily F. Whit
ney" brought us lo.cooft. mete, making:
TWL.VTV THOUSAND FCIiT.
We hive all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to name-;,, just received via the
"OLYMPIC," for sale at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcpohnnt Street, between Fort mill Alnkcu.
Piiul I!. iKcnbcrjV,
Dock your liorHC need new
ClotliCH.' Oi courtic he cJoch
unci wnntM them to fit too.
Thnt'H where weeun helnyou.
OUR STOCK OF
Ih the moHt bountiful nml com
plete In tlilncltj , onil the price
IsHiirc to suit.
We have hutiij.v. surrey, teiim,
epreriH mifton unci clump curt
ImrnchH, collnrH, etc.
Complete line on exhibition nt
our HiilcHroom, next door to
CHAS. F. HERR1CK
We have papers that will he sold as low as ;c per roll.
This sale will last till the goods are all jjone.
Aliiken street, below Merchant.
'Phone Main 358. p, o. Box 834.
11711 Ulver Street. Hct. Ilcretnnlii unci Pminhl.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attenJt'il to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue Stl. P.O. Ua 078.
C. F. llerrlck,
CARRIAGE CO., Ltd.
cioe.s the nun who carries old
stock over into the new season.
In order to make room for our
M)02 line of WALL PAI'LR we
sha I sill out every roll of icjoi
stock In the house at ?3'j per
MF'C CO., Ltd.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ONJJRAUGHT AND iN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22?' Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
oppimltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire' Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sartapa.
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kola
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Cor.,
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead SIM, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
1 ti-iiillly growing lu favor niiwng
peoplo who niiri.'C'lntc good tiling',
and Ih rapidly becnnilug tin- favorite
CARHO.NATLD HY TIH
CONSOLIOATHI) Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Agt. fur tho Territory of Hawaii.
Olllcci ami WorkH, fiiil Kort nml Al
Telephone No 71 Main.
Soda Water, etc., delivered fiee to
nil purU of th! city. Ixlimd order go
All Orilei-H Promptly Pilled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MeinliePH Stock unci Hcincl
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and isle of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 Ctillfornln St..
. Sun HriinclKcci. Cill.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Pell Real Katute In
all parts of tba grjup.
We will Sell Proportlen on Reaeon
'FFICE. 10 WEST KlNOSTRRH
To Let or Lease
A Fine Hoise and Lot
on the makal tide of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIJvf
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
SrAKGtNWALU RID., HONOIUU-
J. F. KILE)
Hoffman & Riley
. EHImatft FurnlhJ p, o. Box 160
Geo. W. Page. " Tel. 229
P. W. Ueardslee. I o. Box 778
Architect and BuIIiIcph.
Office, Hotjrr.B 2-i, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed ou Short Notice.
OK AM, KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allun. Sr RobtnHon,
Queen Stiect, Honolulu.
CON I R ACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVliD
To renr of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left nt either shop
or office nt John Nott's store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
OvvInK to the conolld.itlon
of the btst Biscuit Go's In
Amer.ca, we can ofler to the
public the follow Ing choice
makej of bUcults :
Bremers Cccelian Tea
" French Wafers
Full Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
But nnwt people are not
worrylnc about It.
Iliey just buv on of our
k-Hk ur celllniv fnnKand
keep cool. That's wlnt you
should do. The cost very Utile
In comparNon to the amount of
comfort you will get from them.
IM-.NK HANS, $ 1 0.00
Telephune Aluln UOO.
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
11 3W FORT ST..
I Has tlio Best Assortment of
j PACIFIC ISLAND CURJOri
In tho City.
KRL'SII HOMU-MADE POI ON TUES
I DAYS AND SWDAYS. '