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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, TUESDAY. ALAUOH 11. 1902
Pit i ob 5 Oknth.
of McCarthy's Good
- Character. ;
M. E. LENNON DISBARRED
BY SUPREME COURT,
Neglectful lawyers Scored Judge
Little Will'Hold Special Term
Mr. Sllliman Begins
II. n. Lennon, admitted to practice
law In the courts of thlB Territory laBt
year, was disbarred by the Supremo
Court this morning. Attorney General
Dole presented the motion that hi?
name be stricken from the roll of pr-c-tltloners.
supporting It with document
ary and oral evidence that Lennon had
been conlctc'd nnd served time In Oa
hu prison for gross cheat. The Jus
tices took many minutes to consult the
law and evidence. Chief Jubtice Kresa"
ultimately announcing the court's do
olslon granting the motion. An orlor
lu strike M. K. Lcnnon's name from
the loll of practitioners would bo
signed on presentation. Tho Attorney
General naked If the order might he
presented tomorrow' morning and was
answered In the affirmative.
Judsi Gear this mornlm: overruled
the plea of "once In Jeopardy" made by
Mr. Bitting on behalf of William Mc
Carthy, vvlfc-bcnter and biter. While
the Jurymen were taking their pUcoi
for the drawing of a panel to try Mc
Cnrth. an amusing Incident occurre6.
Suddenly appeared a sallor-looklni?
chap before tho august tribunal an-l
begun Jabbering In a low monotoni.
Judge Gear bent his msot benevolent
gaze upon tho amateur pleader and,
seeing It waB not a member of th
bar who was Indulging In the forensic
stunt, wanted to know -wlint he wa
saying. Off tho fellow's .onguo weut
again. Tho 'sounds had nothing dls
tlngutshable but a word hero and th-r
like fi specks on a liundln of dead
stock Advertisers, "long time
moral character good Mo
Carthy." could be picked out by a
trained and aM-alried ear--' -,!.-
'Come around heer," said tho Court,
beckoning tho man toward the right
hand side of tho Judgment scat, "so I
can hai what you say."
Instead of obeying, the stranger
tinned around and affectionately press
od the beefy hands of McCarthy, while
muttering words or cheer Into IiIb ca
parlous ear. 'It must have been wordi
of civ .-. for the Btolld countenance ol
the (irisoner betrayed a threatening
Impulse to smile, rtecalled to recognl
tlon o. the Court by another request
to dn-inie his pleadings Intelligibly
the man resumed his former position
In front nnd got off a llttlo speech like
"My namo la George Uphalsln. 1
know Mr. McCarthy a long time. He
Is a good man. I can swear McCarth
has a good moral chatacter."
"Are you under nrrest?" Btcrnly In
quired the Court.
"Well, Just take a seat."
Deputy Attorney General Cathcart
twitted Mr. Dittlng about "ope of his
witnesses getting loose," but tho de
fendant's attorney disclaimed all rela
tiohs with the Interloper.
Before drawing a Jury for McCar
thy's trial, an attempt wns made to
arrange for the next case. Two ne
groes were upon the prisoner's bench
awaiting their turn, but a note had
lieen received by the Court saying
their attorney wob In bed.
Judge Genr made some pointed re
mnrks about the delaying of trials on
account of chronically incapacitated
attorneys. He said that "some of the
lawyeis themselves ought to be In
Jail." and suggested that the Attorney
General's department might make II
a duty to Inquire Into tho cause of an
attorney's absence when he failed to
keep an appointment for the defense
of an accused person.
Judge I.lttle has obtained the con
sent of the Chief Justice to tho holding
are words entirely superfluous,
when taking children's pictures
at our studio because wo have
every facility for Interesting
them and understand perfectly
how to securo the best and most
chaiacterlstlc baby picture. . .
Come and bco our sample dis
play. 'Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
Tickets for the big game of poto to
bo played at Kaplolanl Park next Sat
unlay afternoon, March 1,5th, at 3:30,
aro tin sale at tho following places:
Hobron Drug Company, Beuson,. Smith
and Corattpny, Wall, Nichols Company,
Thrum's, Bcrgstrom's muslo store, Hot-
lister Drug Company, Honolulu Drug
Company, Hawaiian News Company,
Wlchman's Jewelry store.
This la a game given by the Oahu
Polo Club for the benefit or, the McKln
ley Memorial Fund. Tickets are 61)
of a special term of tho Fourth Circuit
Court In June. It will be a Grand
Mr. Sllllman began his closing ad
dress to the Jury on behalf of tho
defendant In tho condemnation suit of
...e United States against the Hono
lulu Plantation Company this morning.
Mr. Dunnelurving concluded for the
Government excepting for the privi
lege of reply late yesterday afternoon.
MEN OF 15TII INFANTRY
AT CAMP McKINLEY
Received Their First Lessons With
Rifle and Did Good Work -Lieut.
A squad of some forty men from the
ISth Infantry under command ot Lieut.
Watklns, went out to the Camp Mc
Klnley butts on the slopes of Punch
bowl yesterday forenoon and spei.t the
day In firing at the "man" targets
which are kept there at ell times fir
the Camp McKlu'.cy men.
The'men were first made to lire from
the huudrcd jnrJ line and later re
treated bcycnii the roil :o tho two
hundred yard 1 ne. Some excellent
work was -lano considering tho fact
that the men are only law recruits.
some ot whom had nov.-r before
handled a gun. At tho hundred yard
line, there' were two tWnty-Jlves, two
twenty-fours, a twenty-thi-cu uiiil then
scores all the way to a iHiie of goose
Excellent work was als'j done tit the
two hundred yard line Taylor, tha
raan,who made a twen.y-thri.c-ot thu
nunuicu yard uue makitiu twenty
lour. In the afternoon, Captain Smiley
vent out to where the men were shoot
ing and, after watching .i short dm;,
expressed himself as very much pleas
ed with the work ot tho men. He uald
that he had sent tho recruits out In
order that they might learn to handle
their rifles thus giving them conPdenco
should they be called upo.v to lo active
work soon after their ar-ival In Ma
nila. Captain Smiley had with him one of
the new German magazine revolveis
with which the German army s now
equipped and with this ha tried a num
ber of shots at tho "man" targets. Of
course, the distance was too great for
the smaller weapon at two bundled
yards but the captain succeeded lu
making line shots right along. Ho had
with him three makes "of cartridges,
two being German and one American,
As It was the first time the ccplalri
had ever UBed the now revolver tic
tried one of the mushroom bullets
vblch at twenty paces, pierced a hard
piece of wood to the distance of two
Inches, flattening out and tearing a
A thousand of these new automatic
revolvers were sent out to-Manila a
short tlmo ago and are probably now In
use by the ofllcers. Should they prove
efficient, more will be sent out and
they will bo distributed generally
among the officers on duty there.
The recruits from the 16th Infantry
went out again today to practice at the
three hundred yard lrae. They will
remain all afternoon. Somo i,good
records were jnade, yesterday ii&oUey
flrlngfat the "man", tii-"' '
At the meeting, of the Hawalan
Fibre Company, Ltd., held on Saturday
It was voted to erect a mill and Install
machinery in It for workfiig the sisal
crop Into marketable fibre, Without any
delay. The plant will entail an expen
diture of S7000. A meeting at Dip ill.
rectors will shortly be held to consider
me matter or placing the orders for
BUCKUYns TO MUET.
The Buckeye Club will meet this
(Tuesday) evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Atlierton, corner
of King and Alapat streets. All Buck
eyes aro asked to be present as r.iat
ters of Importance are to be discussed.
The club now numbers over a nun
dred, showing that Ohio Is well repre
sented In the Territory of Hawaii.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin l
nw XT TINS
Mtkukfo .UslUrftaAWi. HHmMiU&' 4
Sailor Arthur Bloomfleld
. is Unaccounted
BULLETIN'S THEORY V
MAY BE CORRECT
Missing Man Is Not Working In the
Country What a Seaman
A sailor who left port this morning
aboard the British ship Peter Iredalo
for Itoynl Roads, giving his namo as
Harry Heck, and who signed articles
on the Irednle thiottgh local shipping
masters. Informed a Bullctlu reporter
just beforo the vessel sailed that ho
had met the man found dead In tho
harbor near tho stern of the Wairen
the other day, on several occasions' in
this city during the last few days.
Deck said he recognized his acquaint
ance from the description of the dead
man given In tho newspapers. Ho had
not reported the matter to the pollco,
he said, for the reason that ho did
not believe his knowledge of tho caso
amounted to much and he did not wan)
to run the risk of being detained as
He said he had met the man, now
dead, In tho office of Lewis & Turk
while ho was waiting to secure a ship.
Ho did not know his name, but was
sure It was the man now dead.
When asked if the dead man was
Arthur 'Bloomfleld, a deserter from
tho lredalc, as was shown to very pos
slnly bo the caso In yesterday's Bulle
tin, tho man who -called himself. Hap
ry Beck said that he might have been
fur all he knew, for Beck only shipped
on the Iredalo three or four days ago
and Bloomfleld deesrted two weeks
When this sailor was asked to con
sider tho description of the dead man
and that of Arthur Bloomfleld and the
man Beck said he met In the office ol
i.cwla & Turk, he declared that thes
were Identical, except that ho Tailed
to notice an amethyat-ring on the man
Vie. had seenln to skipping office.
Beck declared ho knew nothing elhC
concerning fho man he met In tht
shipping ouico oxcept that ho seemed
to be hard up, as ho asked hlni for tei
cents to get a plug of tobacco. This
he- says, was over a week ago.
It Is said that a man In tho employ
of tho custom house may be able to
say who thu dead man was. He will
call at the pollco station this after
noon and confer with the authorities.
It hua been learned almost to a cer
tainty that Arthur Bloomfleld, who de
scitcd the lredalc. Is not "working lu
tho country and, as exclusively stated
in yesterday's Bulletin, Arthur Bloom
fleld Is still to bo accounted for.
At the present tlmo thero are numer
ous points In favor ot the dead man
being the Iredalo deserter. The police
are working on the facts brought out
by tho Bulletin yesterday, and, with
certain theories of their own which
nre being followed, there is a good
chance of tho mystery being cleared
up In a few day.
The handkerchief clew Is occasion
ing considerable speculation. It shown
the dead man to have had, in some
way something to do with somebody
aboard the transport Warren. In the
meantime, where Is Arthur BlooniflehU
11)51 HIS COUIE
Fred Leslie had a rather novel ex
perience last Thursday. He had book
ed for the Manna Loa and Intended to
go to Hawaii. On the way to the steam
er. ne called at a friend's house and
while there, spied a collie dog. Ask
ing his friend about tho dog, ho was
told that It was a stray animal that had
blown tn during the, storm. '
Leslie made up his mind that tho
animal needed attention and so he at
once took possession. Going to a stor?
and buying a collar and chain, he went
to the steamer and to his room on tho
Suddenly thero was a sharp whlctld
from some place on the steamcr.a sharp
tug at the chain and the collie l-.oil
run down the-starboard sldv ot the
steamer like mad,
Leslie started after but flndltij Pur
ser Wllllo Slmerson hugging the dog,
he took the hint and said nothing, not
even offering ta-r,iake a quarrel about
the new collar and chain .
It turned out that the dog wai till
property of Willie Slmerson. The mil
mal had wandered away daring the
storm and had been unable to get had:
Pop Partition ot Land.
J. D. Paris has brought suit for tho
partition of a piece of land In Kaawa-
loa, Kona , against Martha Holmes
Dowsett nnd A. C. Dowsett, her hus
band. The complaint states that J. D.
Paris and Mis. Dowsett aro owners In
feo simple, as tenants In common ot
tho land In question.
A letter has been fllej In court,
signed by Judge Humphreys and ad
dressed to W. F. Allen, 8. M. Damon,
W. O. Smith, J. O. Carter nnd A.
W. Carter, trustees of tho C. H.
Bishop Trust, saying:
"Gentlemen: Tho records or mis
court show that your last accounts as
trustees of what Is known as the u. It.
Bishop Trust were filed In this court
August 21, 1900, for the year ending
August 11, 1900. You aro hereby or
dered to file your account as trustuc
of said Trust for tho yoar ending Aw
gust 11, 1901, Immediately."
An Identical letter oxcept as to dates
of accounts Is addressed to tho sa.ns
gentlemen as trustees ot the Bernlr
Pauahl Bishop Estate, whose latest
account was filed on August 6, 1900,
fpr the year ending June 6, 1900,
Another letter from tho First Judge
of similar tenor to tho others in l
order contained Is addressed to 3, 1).
Dole, W. F. Allen. W. O. Smith. II.
Holmes, S. M Uimon, J. O. Carter
and A. W. Caiter, trustees of iN
Bernlce l'auahl Bishop Museum
Trust, whose latest account was died
In the Circuit Court on December M,
1901, covering the year ending with
October 12, 1900. The account for the
next succeeding year Is demanded.
FOR McKlEY ID
Anangements. are at present being
mado for a ganio ot Association foot
hall to be played soon between the
Scotchmen and tho "He-. of -h
World." Tho McKlnley Memorial
Committeo some time ngo, requested
the Association Football League tn
play a game to which admission should
lie charged. The proceeds will go to
well tho McKlnley Memorial yu,.
It Is now decided that the contesting
teams will bu the Scotchmen and a
tenm from the rest of tho pluyers tn
the league. The game Is mire to be ii
very Interesting one.
The Scotchmen havo many times
shown themselves past masters In the
noble sport, and nlthougn the other
team will have the pick of all other
nationalities, they, with such men as
McWhlrter, Ooudle. Flddcn, Kay, Mun
ro, Boyle, Glass and Guild to pick
their forward line from, and with
Brown, McGlll, 11. Anderson, Cock
hum and others fiom which they can
select their backB. and.flnally with
Fcnwlck as goal-keeper, ought to be a
combination which it will be hard to
The date the game will bo played
has not yet been decided on, but In all
probability It will bo Safiftday, March
22. Tho reason for this js that as Sat
urday of this week Is to bo used for
the polo game for tho memorial funds'
bencflt and an Saturday, March 29, will
hP the date of the Held day, the Asso
ciation players nre practically compell
ed to play on the 22d. 'i-lio players
are all willing enough nnd tho matter
now rests with the McKlnley Memorial
Committee, which has been communi
cated with today.
As admission to tho gamo Is to be
charged, tho Punahou campus Is prac
tically tlin only place upon which tho
tamo can be played, an tho Maklkl
grounds aro public. The Oahu Col
lege authorities will therefuro bo re
quested to give the players the use ol
It Is very seldom that Judg'j Wilcox
ever makes an arrest because ne pre
fers to allow the regular otlk-crc to do
this work. However, when ho was at
the flshmarket yesterduy, ho saw n
deed committed that called for Immedi
ate attention and, as there were no
regular offlcars near by, he attended to
the matter himself and arrested 4
young native, Keola by name.
A wee bit of a Chinees newsboy
tried to sell a paper to Keola and the
latter, cither out of sheer malicious In
tent or anger at being asked to buy a
paper, picked him up and tluew him
over a fence upon a hard cemeu rave
ment. The little fellow was 'stunned
nnd lay kicking fo some little time, "
Keola was very Insolent when first
Judge Wilcox advanced upon hlm but
when he. found a firm band cud an Im
pelling arm at his collar, ho wilted and
asked to be (reed. Jn the Polli-J
Court this forenoon he wns fined lu
and costs on the charge of asrault and
TUB Iff IKE I
A meeting of the board of directors
of the Kapld Trunslt & Land Co. was
held yesterday. The use ot oil for fuel
was discussed and a committee was ap
pointed to Investigate the matter and
to open negotiations In this dlre'itinu,
Outside ot this only routine business
J. W. Hall wants live hundred pianos
to nine. Seo Wants.
Wells, Fargo & Go.
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mes
Arfl b fetf-
iff win m
1111 UN D
W. R. Castle Incorpor
ates Large Land
TO DEVELOP WATER
AND PROMOTE FOREST
Mr. Barnard With Japanese Sports
Forms a Racing Association
For North Hilo
Articles ot association have been
filed in the Treasurer's ofllec for the
Koliala I-ancI Company, Limited, by
William It. Castle, Joseph II. Atlierton,
Chas. II. Atlierton, Albert N. Camp
bell, Philip L. Weaver Jr., Mark P.
Koblnson and Benjamin D. Bond. The
capital stork Is flO.000 with privilege
of Increase to not over 15,000,000. Mr,
Castle subscribes for 991 shares, the
others one share each. Directors for
the first yenr are J, B. Athcrton, M. P.
Uoblnson, A. N. Campbell, C. II. Athcr
ton and P. 1.. Weaver Jr. The term Is
fifty years and the objects are the
dealing In land and water rights, the
constructing and maintaining of water
works, the engaging In forestry work,
the owning, building and operating ot
mills and railways nnd the doing of a
general mercantile business, etc.
Articles of association of the Lau
pahochoe Ilaclng Association have
been tiled by T. Kltagawa, Dr. It. Ko
byashl, F Yoshlmura, K. Oda anil 12.
W. Barnard, with principal otitic at
Ijiupahoelioe, Hawaii. The capital
stock Is J7."00 with privilege of Increase
to $10,000, the par valuo of shares be
ing $10 each. Present oflkeis of tho
company arc: T. Kltagawa, president;
D. H. Kobyashl, vice president: K. Oda,
secretary; E. W. Barnard, treasurer;
F. Yoshlmura, auditor.
Mr. Barnard subscribes tn 1 shures,
the remainder of the stock being Ukcn
by 7-1 others, with Japanese names, in
amounts from one to five shares.
The term of the Incorporation Is fifty
years, while, oh the name Implies, the
objects nre "tho conducting, maintain
ing and carrying on of a race course
or race courses, recreation ground or
grounds In the district ot North Hilo.
grounds In the district of North HI to,"
In the latter part of tills month a
Bcrlcs of oventng lectures will be given
by Mrs. W. G. ItogcrB on the subject
"Thu Environments of Dickens and
His Works." The lectures wilt be giv
en Monday evening at 8 o'clock lu the
rooms of tho Y. W. C. A. As It Is
thought that many ladles would like
to be accompanied by escorts. It has
been decided that the course shall be
open to gentlemen as well as to ladies
'Iho prlco for tho entire course Is $1,
The order of the lectures will bo as
First. March 24
Scenes and Clrcumstanci-8 of His
Karly Life Read David Copperflcld.
Second. March 31
His Earlier Works. Head Sketches
by Boz and Pickwick Papers. '
Third. April 7
Stcnes of Ills Historical Novels.
Barnaby Rudge; Talo of Two Cities.
Fourth. April 14
HomcR of Ills Child Characters.
Such as Llttlo Nell, Paul Dambey,
Fifth. April 21
Tho Woiks of His Later Years.
Sixth. April 28
Gad's Hill and Westminster Ah
This morning the British ship Peter
Iiednle, Captain Lawrence, left the
channel wharf for Itojal Roads, Vic
toria, The American schooner Wm.
H. Marston, Captain Curtis, which ar
rived from San Francisco on January
30 with general merchandise, got away
from the railway wharf with a cargo of
sugar for San Francisco.
Three vessels were sighted thli
morning. The American Bchooner J,
11. Bruce, Captain Miller, came Into
port with a load of lumber from Gray s
Harbor, sailing from that port on Feb
runry 13. Tho American b.iik Olym
pic, Captain Evans, arrived from San
Francisco with a general cargo, making
the trip In 21 days. The American
schooner King Cyrus, Captain John
son, arrived with coal from Newcastle
occupying 00 days on the voyage.
All vessels have experienced heavy
weather until within the last few days.
Frank Llllls vs. James Lnrty. ex
ceptions from First Circuit Court, was
aiguud nnd submitted beforo the Su
premo Court this moruiPU- Peterson
for plaintiff; McClauahan for defend
CORN WELL'S 1
It was stated late this aftivnoon that
negotiations had Just been completed
by W. H. Cornwell, through his agents,
Henry Wntcrhouse & Co., for the pur
chase of the Yong Hce ranch property
This property was purchased by
Gear, Lansing & Co. two )tars ago for
5o,noo. Thero are in the neighbor
hood of 7000 acres In tho estate and it
Is stated that sotno reservations of
corn lands have been made by the
trustees of Gear, Lansing fc Co. Fur
fier Information regarding the deal
was not to Lo obtained owing to the
departure of Mr. Gear and Mr. Lansing
in tho Kinau. Mr. Cornwell could not
be found to confirm tho rumor.
TO VISIT THE VOLCANO. ,
The Kinau takes about forty passen
gers for Hilo this trip who, conducted I
by Passenger Agent lloraeo J. Craft. '
will visit tho Volcano. ,
HAD IB Rll
On Makiki Frounds Yesterday After
noon To Tune of 24 to 8
Visitors Weak in
Thero was n hot and Interesting
gamo of baseball played on the Maklkl
grounds yesterday afternoon between
the soldiers of the Fifteenth Imantry
nnd the Honolulu nine. The game I
ended In thu Honolulus wreaking ai
glorious vengeance for the defeat '
which the solulcrs Inflicted upon them
on Saturday, the final score of 24 to 8
In thu Honolulus' favor showing that
tne boys were out for blood. It must
not be understood, howover. that the'
hoys in blue did Dot do a lot of good 1
playing. In the beginning of the gamo
things looked all their way and tho'
martial spectators took occasion to1
"guy" their opponents, especially Bar-'
ney Joy. whose weakness along tho
line ot getting rattled they discovered
with professional Instinct. In the
third Inning tho luck changed. Tho
soldiers went to pieces while the Ho
nolulu boys took occasion to plio up
their score. Gorman played tho ctar
game of tho Honolulu team and bo
sides playing well deserves credit for
keeping Barney cool. Barney kept his
head nnd pitched nice ball alf through
the game. Aylett played well and so
The soluiers still showed some ol
the pretty team-work with which they
surprised tho Honolulus on Saturday.
Their shortstop did excellent work
and tholr catcher also did well until
his hand was damaged by a ball. In
the field Hllcy did especially well,
nanny over missing a ball. Tho pitch
ing was the weak point, however, and
no fower than three different boys
pitched during the game. ;
Tho score by Innings' wait as follows:
Honolulus 10 2 1 4 5 4 5 224
Soldiers 4 10 0 0 12 0 08'
The line-up of the teams was as fol
lows: Soldiers Sullivan, catcher: Bunt.
ing, pitcher; Gessler, first base; Nlch-i
oils, second basT; Sailer, third base: I
.wrusK, Biiunsiop; rwugge, leu nciu; i
Maxwell, center field; niley, right
Honolulu Joy. pitcher; Gorman, I
catcher; Leslie, first baso; A. Lewis, j
second baso; O. Akau, third base; J. ,
Williams, shortstop; Kaal, right field; :
Aylett, center field; J. Ilansman. left
field; P. Glensou played right field,
part of tho game.
The average woiran may not be able
to love three men simultaneously, but1
she can make a strenuous bh.ff.at It.
Wet weather generally means' wet
feet, and wet feet Invariably means a
cold. A cold means well, wo won't
go any farther, but It's obvious that
what you need roost at tho present
A GOOD PAIR OF RUBBERS
Wo havo a stock of tho best men's
storm rubbers ma'de; oxtra heavy roll
ed edge around tho sole as a protec
tion to the seam, and all of tho best
material $1 BUY3 A PAIR-
and saves many moro dollars In Doc
tors' bills and enforced absence from
Manufacturers Shoe Store
I05T FORT ST.
Kekaulike Street Will
Have to End at -Hotel.
A PERMIT AilD QOT IT
Told Oorernment to Buy Bis Land
If They Did Not
Wish Him to
From the present 'appearance of
things, tho Kekaulike street extension
from Hotel to Beretanla street would
fcecm to be permanently blocked and,
the hopes that property owners In that'C
locality have entertained for some tlmu
past, seem to be forever blasted.
It will bevemembered that not long
ago, the road board decided on the ex
tension ot Kekaulike street between
the two thoroughfares mentioned and
property owners Interested were ac
Whenever now buildings went up
along the proposed thoroughfare, they
were arranged lu such, a manner as to
allow room for the extension. This can
be seen by anyone who might go up in
to the locality mentioned.
Not long ago, a Chinese merchant
owning property facing on Hotel street
and rlgi.t on the line of the proposed
extension, applied for a permit to put
up a building. He was refused by the
government, and so made a demand
that the property be bought.
The government having no money
with which to buy the land, would not
accede to the demand, so the Chinaman
demanded a permit to put up a building
on tho property. There was no alter
native and so the permit was grunted.
The result Is that now the Chinaman
in question Is erecting his building and
tho Kekaulike street extenstou as de
cided on by the road board, Is a thing
of the past.
Another opportunity of hearing the
superb minstrel organization consist
ing of soldiers from tho transport War
ren now presents Itself. Tonight tha
soldiers have arranged to glvo a per
formance at Uie Orpheiim Theater and
tbey expect a packed house.
Their show- of last Saturday night
was so successful and pleasing to the
targe audience that the announcement
of nn entertainment for tonight will
undoubtedly bo received with great
James Rafferty, Thomas Hlckcy,
Francis McGlnnls and others aro pro
pared to throw laugh-producing bombs
at the audience, and there aro entirely
new songs for this evening. The wholo
program has been changed ami, streng
thened and tho price ot admission Is
only 25 nnd 60 cents.
Manuel R. Castanha and his son
Frank Castanha were anested thli
morning by the United Slates Marshal
for running nn unlicensed still. Tho
men were arrested on a warrant Issued
by U. S. Commissioner Gill and were
later liberated ou furnishing a bond
in the sum of $1000 each. Their hear
ing before the Commissioner will take
place Thursday afternoon.
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