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Vol. I. No. 11.
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August Dreier Is Endorsed
IN MASS MEETING
By Home Rule Republicans
Enormous Republican Rally
AT EMMA SQUARE
Favors Candidate W. W, Harris
The Home nule Republicans held a
large mass meeting at the Flshmarkct
, yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock to en
dorse the candidacy of August Drclcr
lor the legislature. The meeting was
more or less of an Impromptu one, thn
speakers depending on the crowds
which always congregate at the Fish
inntket on a Satin day afternoon for an
Shortly after I o'clock the speakers
arilved headed by Kaulla, The tabid
was put In a central position on tha
( mauka end of the Etta side of the mar
ket, and Kaulla ascended upon tho
table and sang out In stentorian tones,
"Kill tho snake. I'epchl ka moho."
His old battle cry caused & throng to
assemble which, during the speeches
swelled until there was quite n largt
crowd listening to tho orators.
Palau the First 8peaker.
The first of the speakers was Palau.
He began by announcing August
Dreier as tho candidate of the Homo
Utile Republican party. He spoke In
part as follows:
"August Dreier, tho Home Kule par
ty's candidate, Is tho only man. Don't
consider the Republican candidate. W
have been under the rule of tho Repub
lican party for the last nine years and
what have they done. You, the citizens
of the Fourth District, have been llv--i
lug In subjection to the Republican
If party and have been as men without it
f voice. They have promised you many
' things but they have never fulfilled
their promises. Don't nsk who Dreier Is
01 what his principles are. It Is entire
ly unnecessary. Ho Is a candidate of
the Homo Rule Republican party on
tno Homo Rule Republican platform.
TMt It nil that Is necessary. Don't
V.'rt yourselves be Inveighed by the
dc .1 when you go to the polls on the
ninth. Don't follow the voice of thoso
people who have sought overy oppor
tunity iO down jou. While they have
taken tho name of the Republican
party they do not represent the great
Republican party of the United States.
i am warning you people who are to
vote to make no mistakes In your votes
but vote for August Dreier."
"Kill tfie Snake."
When Talau had finished. Kaulla
sprang upon the table and shouted out
his old cry, "Kill the snake." He then
proposed three cheers for August
Dreier and led tho cheering. lie began
his speech by referring to Ihe protest
against Drelcr'B tunning as a candi
date for the Home Rulers. He then
made the announcement that both Sec
retary Cooper and tho Supremo Court
had announced that Drclcr's name
should remain on the ballot. He con
tinued as follows:
What the Republicans Are.
"There are now two parties arraign
ed against each other. The Homo Rule
Republican party and tho Republicans.
All you people of the Fourth District
voto for Dreier. His Is the first name
on the ballot. It has been said that
it was the Home Rulers who were re
sponsible for the Inactivity of the
Legislature. That Is not so. It was
the Republicans who blocked tho
Legislature. It was the Republicans
who defeated my bill which provided
for the licensing of gambling. What
was the result? They have thereby de
prived many a man of his livelihood
and ruined many of tho. natives. Re
foie this a native man could go down
with 25 cents or so and after gambling
for a little whllo ho could come here to
the flshmarket and buy lots of good
things. Tho Republican paity and
Dole, as tho head of that party, are re
sponsible for that.
"Tbero Is this year on the Republi
can ticket a nominee who Is both
young and Inexperienced Instead of
there being a man like August Dreier
who Is an older man with much ex
perience and who is Interested In tho
welfare of tho people despite tho fact
any bind of went her,
ruin or shine
Bice & Perkins,
Oregon Dlock, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
..-i-JteUj. . -J JSUihii.
that he Is a capitalist. I want to show
you what kind of pcoplo tho Republi
cans are. What did Clarfiico Crabbe
do when wo began our meeting and be
gan to talk Just a little while ago. He
started to mako fun of us. And that
man Is a Senator of tho Republican
party. He is a good representative or
tho party and shows wnat tho Repub
lican party thinks of you and what they
will do to you If you follow them.
They will mako fun of yon.
"The Home Rule party has only a
little money. H is a poor party com
posed of poor men, but it Is held to
gether by bonds of loyalty between tho
men to themselves and to tho good ot
the country. There is news from Wash
ington that Achl, Carter and Kanuha
are all only two term Senators while
Kalauokalanl and Cecil Drown nro to
remain four years. Wo are looking
after tho good of the people, that Is
what the Home Rule party is doing.
It Is not looking for money as tho
Republicans arc but for Justice to all
Kanuha Praises Dreier.
Kanuha, the ncstor ot the Home Rul
ers, was the next to mount the table.
Like all the preceding and also the fol
lowing speakers he addressed his audi
ence In tho Hawaiian language. He
spoko la part as follows;
"Let us And out for ourselves who
thm mnti Tflrnlnr In urhnni wn havp
nominated ns tho candidate for the
' Home Rule party. I will explain to
you who ho is that we may all know.
We arc looking for a good aud a steady
man and wo think that wo have found
him. Wo havo chosen htm to lead
us to victory. Wo do not want to vote
for the side which has caused us to be
down-trodden and which has lost no
opportunity In trying to down the na
tive race. I tell jou they arc being de
feated by tho very tamo means which
they have been employing against us.
Wo have como to tho time when wo
have taken upon ourselves the task ot
getting rid of thoso people who have
ever tried to down us. I refer you to
tho plague time and our dwelling places
were burned down by tho Republican
party and by the government which Is
In nnupi InilnV- Now hnv nr frvlnf-
I to get 13,000,000 to pay off these claims.
j 1 do not want to mako nny personal
references. I refer In a broad way to
I all the wrongs to which you have bceu
I subjected nt the hands of the Rcpulill
1 ran party, but. ns I say, I am making
' no personal references whatever. I say
I let us go In nnd voto for August
Wise on Republican Tactics.
Kaulla next ascended upon the table
and announced that John Wlso would
be tho next speaker. Ho Introduced
Wise as a young Democrat who had
been In tho States and had shaken tho
hand of President Rooseelt. Mr. Wise
then took tho platform and spoke as
"Citizens: Two years ago we, liter
ally speaking, took up our guns to fight
the enemy. Now again we aro up In
arms to fight for this, the right hand
district of tho Republican party. What
has been tho work ot tho Republican
party during tho last few days? They
have tried to get the name of Dreier off
the ballot by means of u llttlo techni
cality. That is tho way they want to
fight us. They do not come out to fight
us In the open, voto to vote, but try to
get the best of us by the use ot a tech
nicality, n tho Republican papers then)
has, the last few days ,bcen a lot ot
statements to the effect that to vote for
Dreier was to throw away your vote.
Mefn fop thn Penntf..
"Why do I speak In favor ot tho
Home Rule Republican party? It Is i
because I see that theirs aro the prin
ciples which will help tho people, We
must look to tho party whero we can
secure our rights. Look at what tbo
Republicans did In tho last general
election, Do you remember how they
put up several native candidates on
their ticket nnd when there were de
feated what did they do? They said
that they wcro defeated and mado tha
statements In their papers that they
weredcteatedbecausothey wcro thieves
and other like things. Do you want to
belong to a party which decries you In
case you are defeated. What did Wil
son and tho other Hawallans get who
followed with tho Republicans? They
got nothing. When the Republicans
got Into power tho white men got alt
jobs and natives wero left In the cold.
They promised Jobs to them but they
never fulfilled their promises. They
want you to work for them but when
the woik Is done thoy throw you down.
If on the other hand you voto for thn
Homo Rulo party, then you will obtain
and keep your rights,
Stand Tonether for the Future.
"I tell jou, you must look to the fu
ture. We must all stand together for
the good of the people Thero Is only
ono party and that Is tho Homo Rulo
Republican party. What did tho Re
publicans do during the first days ot
this election? First of all they said
thut they wero not going to put up u
man. Then nt last, In the eleventh
hour, they put up a, man and tried to
ge. him through on u technicality. Tho
JL4uteJix .iVtAuai. X- -..'.-' ik'iiku-M
Republicans arc trying to take away
from you your rights. Their work Is
that ot a snake. I tell yo uthe day Is
coming when wo wilt dictate to those
Republicans what wc want done be'
cause we are going to win out In tho
end. Wo should bo very careful that
wo follow now In the proper path and
that mainly because of our children
who arc now growing up. Remember,
if wo do not do right now our children
will stand up some day and nsk us
what we did with their rights and why
we did not strike out for our race In
Where Is the Hawaiian Flag.
Representative 1'iilkl was the next
speaker. Ho Bald In part;
"Whero U that beloved flag of ours
today? Where arc tho chiefs who used
to rule over this country They nro
all gone. All these were taken from us
native Hawallans. Wo are citizens
now but our race has not the old pres
tige which It used to have, Dreier was
n member of the Legislature at one
time and when the government wanted
money for public Improvements and no
one else was willing to put up the mon
ey, August Drclcr stood up and gave
help to the extent of 410,000. If ha
did that much, shall wo throw him
over. I tell you voto for August
Drclcr. If tho Republicans try to bribe
you, you throw their money In their
(Continued ;.n page 5.)
S. P. FENN TO LECTURE
HERE TUIS AFTERNOON
Ohio Association Founded Before
Civil War Has Grown to
Among tho guests at the Hawaiian
Hotel at present is Mr. S. I'. Fenn, who
Is spending a short whllo In these Isl
ands having como hero partly for busi
ness but principally on pleasure bent.
Mr. Fenn Is tho president of tho
Young Men's, Christian Association In
Cleveland and is prominently connect
ed with tho Association work In tb
When seen by a Uulletln reporter
yesterday, Mr. Fonn spoko of tho As
sociation In Cleveland as ono of tho
most prominent In tho States. It has
now about 2100 members and Is stead
Tho Cleveland Association was, ac
cording to Mr. Fenn, founded beforo
tho Civil War. During tho war, In
1863. It was nbsorbed with tho differ
ent kinds of Christian work and from
that time until 18G8 there was no regu
lar Association In Cleveland. In 1SC3
tho Association was reorganized and
over slnco then It has had a steady
Mr. Fenn called attention to tho
grent dlfferenco In tho Association
work as It was carried on In farmei
days and tho work as It is being done
In this later stage of development. In
tho old days It was largely identified
with church work nnd although tha
members of tho Association coma
from various elements and belonged to
Various creeds, still tho work was in
tho main carried on upon tho samo
linos as In tho churches with Sunday
Now the Association Ideas and work
have expanded so that now It works
moro on tho auxiliary lines doing not
only purely Christian work hut also
working largely on other branches,
such ns tho moral, physical and Intel
Mr. Fonn will speak this afternoon
at I o'clock on Cleveland's 2400 mem
bers "Why They Bcllqvo in tho Y. M,
A GRIinNLAND WIIALD.
A papier macho model of the head ot
a Greenland whale, which arrived
from Rochtetcr a short time ago, has
Just been put up In the Illshnp Museum
and Is now open for Inspection to tho
public. The model Is of Interest as
the Greenland whale Is tho one which
supplies the whale bono or"belleen" of
Tho regular meeting of the Minis
terial Union will be held Monday, April
7, at 10 a. m, Thero will bo a paper by
Row Hiram Illngham. Subject,
"Some Reminiscences of Mission Work
in the Gilbert Islands."
Arrangements Made For
This Season's Play In
SIX TEAMS PRESENT
Opening Date Changed From April to
May Owing to Weather Which
Has Interfered With
Tho Honolulu Baseball Leaguo held .i
meeting last night at 7:30 o'clock In
the hall ot Malle Ilimn Athletic Club
on Fort street. President Charles
Chllllngworth occupied the chair and
Lorrln Andrews was the secretary.
The six teams forming the leaguo
wero nil represented ns follows: Ka
mehamehas, D. Kancwanut; I'unahou
Athletic Cltiu, Soper; Custom House
team; Scanlon and Dowers; Artillery
team, Lieut. Uehr and Lieut. Jones;
Honolulu Athletic Club, Wlso and
Gleason nnd the Mnlle Illmas by Lucas
The following umpires were named
for the coming league season: II. A.
C, J. A. Thompson; Malle Illmas, Duke
McNIchol; Artillery, W. W. 8aylor;
Custom House, Chas. Oruham; Kame
hamcha, 8. Mahelona, nnd I'miahou,
Lieut. Jones presented the follow
ing schedule for the leaguo games
which, after the dato for the beginning
ot the league games had been changed
from April 19 till May 3 by an amend
ment to the motion for the ndoptlon of
this chcdule reads as follows:
May 3 II. A. C. vs. Artillery.
May 3 Kamehamcha vs. Malle lllma
May 10 Custom House s, Mnlln
May 10 H. A. C, vs. PunahftM.
May 17 Kamehamcha vs. 1'pnahou.
May 17 Custom House vs. Artillery.
May 21 Artillery vs. Mnlle Illmas.
May 24 II. A. C. vs. Kamehameha.
May 30 II. A. C. vs. Custom Homo
May 30 I'unahou vs. Mallo Illmas.
May 31 Artillery vs. I'unahou.
May 31 Custom House vs. Kamo
bameha. June 7 H. A. C. vs. Mallo Illmas.
June 7 Kamehameha vs. Artillery.
Juno 14 Custom House vs. Funahou
June 14. II. A. C. vs. Artillery.
June 21 Custom Houso vs. Maile
June 21 Kamehameha vs. Punahou.
June 28 H. A. C. vs. Kamehameha.
Juno 28 Artillery vs. Malle Illmas.
July 4 H. A. C. vs. I'unahou.
July 4 Custom House vs. Artillery.
July S Kamehameha vs. Malic Illmas.
July C Custom House vs. Punahou.
July 12 Artillery vs. Kamehameha.
July 12 H. A. C. vs. Mallo Illmas.
July 19 Artillery vs. Punahou.
July 19 H. A. C. vs. Custom House.
July 28 Kamehameha vs. Custom
July 28 Punahou vs. Malle Illmas.
Aug. 2 H. A. C. vs. Artillery.
Aug. 2 Kamehameha vs. Malle Ill
mas. Aug. 9 Custom House vs. Malle Ill
mas. Aug. 9 II, A. C, vs. Punahou.
Aug. 10 Kamehameha vs. Punahou.
Aug. 1G Custom Houso vs. Artillery.
Aug. 23 Artillery vb. Mallo Illmas.
Aug. 23 H. A. C. vs. Kamehamcha.
Aug. 30 H. A. C. vs. Custom House.
Aug. 30 Punahou vb. Malle Illmas.
Sept. C Artillery vs. Punahou.
Sept. C Custom House vs. Kamcba.
Sept. 13-H. A. C. vs. Malle Illmas.
Sept. 13 Artillery vs. Kamehameha.
Sept. 20 Custom House vs. I'unahou.
Soper reported that the only avail,
able grounds wero those at Maklkl. A
committee consisting of Lorrln An
drews, John Wise and Taylor was ap
pointed to telect permanent fenced
grounds, Lorrln Androws was ap
pointed official scorer for the league
It was also decided that the league
should hold regular meetings on every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, begin
ning on May 1, This Is for tho ptirposo
of making arrangements on all ques
tions which may crop up during the
Tho handball tournament at tho Y.
M. C. A. Is still progressing. During
tho last few days the last gamo of tho
second round, Tom Ilvans vs. Ollilland.
was won by tho former, the scoies be
ing 21-20 and 21-4. The firtt game of
the fcccond round, i:. S, Muckley vs
Johnston, was also played resulting Ir.
a victory for the former with the
Bcorcs, 21-9 and 21-14.
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A rousing Republican meeting wai
ncld In Lmma Square Inst evening,
commencing at 8 o'clock. A good siz
ed crowd was present, notwithstanding
the presence of a theatrical company In
the death of ono of the local represen
cd to drnw the people on Saturday
The band stand was brightly Illumi
nated wit hclectilc HghtB, and the
sweet strains of familiar Hawaiian
airs p!aed and sung by W. J. Coelho
and his famous Pan-American Quartet
supplied another form of entertain
ment between the eloquent speeches of
the numerous speakers In the cause of
Democrats and Home Rulers There.
Charles Wilson Introduced the speak
ers and W. J. Coelho Interpreted from
Hawaiian Into Dnglish nnd from Kn
gllsh Into Hawaiian.
Thero was much enthusiasm mani
fested and there wcro present several
other than Republicans. Several promi
nent Democrats were noticeable among
tho audience and many members ot tho
Home Rule party wero within the
boundaries of tho square. The gather
ing was about evenly divided between
tho native Hawallans and others.
If the manifested feelings of tho
crowd could elect the Republican can
didate. W. W. Harris would nt thut
moment be certain of succeeding to the
Scat left vacant In the i.eglslatuie. I
Kane Urges a Duty. ,
The first speaker was S. Ka-ne who
spoke In part as follows;
"Fellow citizens: Wo have been
called out to perform a duty which w-
owe to ourselves and to our fellow cltl-1
zeiis. It Is an unusual thing to hold u
meeting of this kind prior to nny but
tho regular election. Rut wc am nil
well aware that this election on Wed-'
ncsday is due to a vacancy caused by i
the death ot ono of th elucat represen
tatives ot our Legislature. Ho whpso '
death causes the present vacancy was '
true to his party and upheld the He-,
publican principles. It now becomes
our duty to fill the1 vacancy caused by
the death of ono of our members and '
we must fill that vacancy with a Re
publican. Wc must not let that scat
lie lost to the Republican party. '
Man From Our Own Ranks.
"I gltc great credit to tne central
committee of our party for refusing to '
listen to the utterances of thoso who '
advised leaving tho scat vacant. Tho
scat was filled with honor before and
we must not neglect the duty of filling
It with a man from our own ranks. If
we fnll In this we will Incur thu dis
trust ot our fellow citizens.
"Tho apparently discouraging state
ment hns been made that it was useless
to fill the vacancy left by A. F. Gil-1
Milan as there was no special session
ot tho Legislature In sight. Hven It j
thero should bo no special session ot
the Legislature, we should not be hln-
detod from doing our duty. Kven If It
required but tho casting ot one vote
wc should cast that vote.
"I urge you, gentlemen, to do your
duty. A Republican seat has been va
cated and It Is our duty to fill It with
a Republican man. If tjy Home Rul
ers or tho Democrats hayo neglected to
do their duty that Is' their fault and
not ours. It Is being said that the Re-'
publican party Is trjlng to limit the
suffrage of tho Hawaiian people 1 1
want to tell you thut such statements
arc absolutely false.
Requests to Congressmen.
"You remember well, when that com
mission appointed by Congress enmo
here. Invitations were Issued for all
classes and conditions of people to
come and express their vliws openly,
A body ot Hawallans presented a mem
orial to this committee and many ot
tho privileges afterwards accorded us
were the very things prayed for In that
memorial presented by those few Ha
wallans. "The prayer was mado that a Terri
torial form of government be estab
lished in these slands. Tho prayer
was granted. We prayed for the mak
ing free of tho fishing rights and thu
prayer was granted. All theso things
appear In the Organic Act. These Ha
wallans also asked for continued local
Jurisdiction In tho matter of courts.
And, gentlemen of tho Republican par-
ty, tho Home Rulo representatives did
not do theso things, they did not pray
for theso privileges which we now en
Joy. They Bat back and laughed and
published malicious articles against
thoso fow Hawallans who wcro con
sidering tho good of their country.
Among tho Hawallans who prayed for
thoso benefits wero J, M, Pocpoe. J. K.
llush, Robert Ilaker and others.
Home Rulers Unreliable.
"Why should jou put nny faith In
tho vain promises of tho Homo Rulo
party. That party has never carried
out any of thoso things which the)
promised to perform when they asked
for tho otes of the people. If jou do
pot know how the Homo Rulo party
conducted Itself nt the last session nt
the Legislature, I will tell you, They
had promised to relievo tho Kiirfnrnrs
from tho plague fires and wero going
to do many other grcnt things. They
hud the majority and could have done
as they wished If they had been true
to their promises. Rut no, they were
not going to keep their promises.
"What did they do? They passed a
law for tho benefit of dogs.
"And If you elect them again. If jou
elect another of their men, do you
think they will do what they promise''
It Is Just as likely ns not that they
will pass a law for tho benefit of cats.
Seek Democratic Aid.
"And now the Home Rulers aro look
ing to help from the Democrats. They
:io itrengthcned their forces by unit
ing with tho Democrats.
"They say our candidate Is young.
So ho Is, but ho Is qualified to fill u
responsible position as n business man
and he Is therefore qualified to repre
sent his fellow citizens in a moro rn
sonslblo postlon, that of filling tho va
cancy In the House of Representatives,
W. W. Harris, the Republican candi
date for representative for tho Fourth
District, will faithfully carry out the
principles of out platform for tho good
of all. This fight is not a fight for nn
extra session of the Legislature. This
Is a fight to retain tho seat which is
now vacant within our own ranks."
"Billy" Hoogs' Address.
"Rllly" Hoogs followed Ka-ne on tho
platform, he spoke In part ns follows:
"Fellow- citizens. Republicans nnd
ladles: I do not appear before you to
night as nn orator; I come rather as a
pleader. I come to plead with you to
vote for the Republican candidate. Wu
need staunch and true Republicans
in the special session of the Legisla
ture, If we have one, and I call upon
you Republicans of the Fourth District
to put your shoulders together and
elect W. W. Harris.
"Tho Homo Rulers promised to do
great things If they wero elcctod. As a
nmtter of fact they did nothing at tha
last session of the Legislature except tn
block every move in the right direction
that was made by men anxious to servo
the people and work for good govern
ment. Home Rulers are Blockers.
"In the last Legislature the Republi
cans were willing to co-opcrnto with
tho Home Rulers In nil legislation for
good government, hut tho Home Rul
ers would not hae It and did every
thing In their power to place Btumlillng
Mocks In our path. They had the ma
jority both In the House and tho Sen
ate and they not only blocked us tn
whnl wn tried to do but they absolutely
failed In accomplishing anything thej
had promised to do. They failed to
keep faith with the voters who elected
them to the Legislature.
"There arc too many Home Rulers
In tho Legislature already. Do not elect
another member of the Home Rule par
ty. Klcct W. W. Harris. Dreier Is a
good man but ho is on the wrong side.
Ho must bo defeated and wo must de
feat htm by united nnd sincere effort.
"If j'ou elect Harris to tho Legisla
ture you will never regret It."
William Aylett Speaks.
Representative William Aylett was
next introduced to the crowd. His
speech, In brief, was as follows:
"Fellow citizens: I observo that your
perceptions go deeper than tho sur
face, for although I carry on my breast
tho emblem of a hack driver, I know-
that you understand what was firmly
planted In my bosom when j-ou elected
inc. You. knew I would bo truo to tho
Republican party and would carry out
the wishes of tha people to tho best ol
Dreier Neglects His Duty.
"It Is a strange thing that the Homo
nule candidate, Dreier, Is now work
ing for tho votes of tho people when he
wns unable In tho first place to do any
thing himself In the way of qualifying
as nn American citizen. How can
Dreier expect the wites of the people
when he neglected his first duty when
he failed to properly Identify himself
as a citizen nnd ns a voter?
"Thero aro two candidates In the
field. One Is a young man and the oth
er Is an old man. The young man was
born among us; brought up among
us ;educated among us and all his In
terests nro In this countrj. Ho Is a
young man who recognized his duties
as n citizen nnd registered his namo ac
cording to law. W. W. Harris Is a
joung business man who can bo trust
ed with a responsible position.
"The Homo Rule candidate Is an old
gentleman and some people are un
kind enough to say that ho Is very
Ignorant. I am sorry for him. I did not
think that ho would permit himself to
be used by the Homo Rulers In this
manner. Drclcr did not take the trou
ble to register, and a man who ne
glects so simple a duty as this Is not
a man to bo trusted with far graver
nnd more responsible duties, where tho
wcliurc of the peoplo Is concerned. I
would be sorry if you were to glvo your
votes ror a man who docs not do his
duty to himself or to his fellow citi
zens. I urge you to cast your votes for
the man who has qualified as a citizen
and n voter.
"Tho object of tho Republican party
In Hawaii Is to seek good government
(Continued on page S.)
MR. 0ARTLEY ELECTED
HEAD OF ASSOCIATION
!lhe New Organization Secures Quarters
In Y. M. 0. A. Building
Appearances Good For
Thero was a good attendance at tho
meeting of tho Honolulu linglneers'
Association yesterday evening. It was
tho first session since that of tempor
ary organization, and all appearances
Indicated a strdng nnd healthy career
tor the association.
For the present the association will
occupy the snug hall over tho Y .M. C.
A. gymnasium, where, besides holding
meetings It will maintain a reading
Mr. Frlekey presided at this meeting'
and Mr. Gltt officiated as secretary.
The election of officers tor the ensuing
term was held by ballot, with tho fol
A. Gartley, Chairman.
It. E. Frlekey, Vice Chairman.
W. E. Skinner, Treasurer.
R. J. Pratt, Secretary.
J. W. Dyer, W. F. C. Hasson and
M. E. Koepke, Directors .
The chairman brought up the matter
of finances, mentioning the taking of
the hall. On motion of Mr, Hasson
the matter was left to tho directors.
Proposed amendments to tho by-laws
wcro read, going over regularly till
Mrs. Clark ot Chicago, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Spauldlng,
In IIIIo. returned nn thn Klunn vent or.
day nnd Is now visiting with her slste r-
in-inw, mrs, u. F. liullcl:.
Heretofore, our storm rubber ads.
havo had tho effect ot causing tho
rain to censo on the samo day ot publi
cation. You might consider thorn a
If this nil. falls In tho usual result,
wo can at least bo of greater service
to tho public by Belling tho very
best rubbers at SI.
This will Insure dry feet and great
ly lessen the chances of a cold, there
by saving doctor's bills, etc.
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