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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, AUQUST 1, 1M2.
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or have them ts let If youl
want to rent rooms advertise
In the Bulletin Want Columns
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
Advertise tny want you hays
ever offered the people of Honolulu.
,- ana aavertise your business.
F RATES FOR WANT ADS.
WANTED Young lady will take ten.
porary position as housekeeper.
OWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen" furnished for buildings,
buttnsss property and residences.
Office and Residence, School St;
P. O. Box 284; . White 3691.
FOR SALE Horse, harness and busi
ness wagon; mare Is good and kind,
guaranteed. For sale cheap. En-aull-
1340 Fort street. 2209-lw
FOR SALE Fine lot on Collego Hills,
100 x 160; cash. $1100. W. L. Eaton.
IT IS A PLEASURE to use Pncheeo'a
Dandruff Killer; It may be used fre
ly every day because It Is an Ideal
tonic for the hair. At Union Barber
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasollno engine, In
perfect condition. Apply to M. L.
Smith Superintendent of Tho Hono
lulu Clay Co., Ltd., telephone blto
2321, or to Castle & Lansdale, Stan
genwald Bldg. 21CS-tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up to six inches; all new ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. W. H. Pain,
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR RENT Half of a furnished 0
room cottage, Bultablo for light
housekeeping, mosquito proof. 430
Lunalllo, 4th bouse mauka
Pensacola and Rapid Transit.
A MARRIED couple with no family
have a nicely furnished room for sin
gle gentleman. Apply at Globo Bau
ery, Fort St., above Vineyard.
TO LET Airy mosquito proof suite,
f(,mfc1tod. Itnfird If .InatrAfl 111 Tlt.r.
.U.U.n..U, WUM.U .. UVO..VU. . ..v.-
etanla Ave. near Fort. 2207 tl
F"ri:r 308 JUdd hl;
FOR RENT $15 house, 5 r. and bath. ,
F. J. Russell, Magoon bldg. 219S-U .
,TO LET Cottages, all modern im-.
provements: $10 to $20. Apply to'
lo Cuuha. 2d hous-e 0," Mor-JTbe "io"nk ho h.3 "M .tiotSToon
mon Church. 2202-lm the field. Lord Derby was far back,
Z!lrll: iJLiZ.and the Judges decided that Spear had
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FOR RENT Two elegant suites cl
rooms, suitable for offlco or living,
Metropole bldg., Alakea St. Apply
Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd., Judd
TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc-PUt him out of the going ln the decld
Ictyre Building, formerly occupied (lng heat, and the Judges fined Spear
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit Apply to $250 and gave the money to the sub-
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
TO LET House on Young Street at
$30 per month; formerly occupied
br W. Needham Esn.. near McCulIv
Tract. Has three sleeping rooms,
bath, hot and cold water. Apply E.
F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.
FOR RENT Six room cottage, Luna
lllo street near Pensacola; $35. Ho
nolulu Investment Co., Judd Bldg.
yo LET noomy batk tub, with either
hot or cold water and all modern
Improvements. "!all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. S018U
rn l enr r..lai.A4 ,.. .. r..
MrConners. Garden lano 2055-tf
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fcfc I UIUIBUCU IWU1UB HI dil . I
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'8 COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosqulto-prnot rooms In town;
$2.50 and up per week; Adams lane.
Mrs. J. Duggan, Prop,
INO. 1. RICE STRAW
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE No. 1
rice straw for sale, or will exchange
for stable manure Enquire Qouus
Sing Loy or at plantation MoIIIIII.
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of tho
strongest fire Insurance companies.
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
Fine Job printing at
Have your machine put In condition
for neat work. Wo repair the belt
and cheapest. For positions leave
your address with us.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
F. E. KING'8 LIST.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Orove.
Five-room COTTAGE. King Place;
LOTS at the Beach; 18 years to run.
Good bathing. $75 to $100 per
COTTAGE, barn, batli bouse, all new,
at the Beach; $800; terms $190
down, Mlance, $25 per month on IS
F. E. KING,
Cottage Grove, King Street.
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, are offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
RESIDENCE of Fred. T. P. Water
house, Wylllo St., Nuuanu Valley,
near the Rapid Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
MS PATCH miilS
yVi: '"tL? If 2:0'i!aca
nt i ... . . .
nnd the 2:0'
i.umus luruiaueu BeuBa-intp,t
iur wie recuru oreaKing
pmw.1 nt 11 fiflfi ,1m, .tt.n.l..! l. f... .
ended tho nrnmi
a l-to"B favor
e won but had
v.uu V. ...VVWHIUV.IKHUUI IMVUIUIIU
Circuit races here today,
, Dan Patch was almost
'" cui ins recoru to 2;uj wnen chas-
ed out In the opening heat by Riley B.
The performance did not tire the fa-
. I vorlle In the least and he took the de-
riuinB heat with case.
The first heat of the 2:07 trot went to
made an Improper drive. He was tok-
en down and George Saunders put up a"0"',-'u"1- auu "" "i"-, i
behind Lord Derby. The drive in the'"'080 two Partles e"lted In every
stretch was terrlfllc and The Monk was cmri'- B1 tht where thero was
nipped nt the wire. Lord Derby trotted
I the last half In 1:fin;. A Im.l hnl
stltuted driver. All beta on the race
were declared off. Summary:
Trotting, 2:12 class purse $3000.
three In five Waubun won the third,
fourth and fifth heats, In 2:10H, 2:12,
2:1294. Hesperus won the first and
second heats In 2:09'4. 2:11. Lady
Thesbe, Bell Kuser, Ruth M Polndex
ter, Dan T., Denny C, nnd Iva Dee also
Pacing, 2:15 class, purse $3000; three
In Ave Direct Hal won the first, third
and fourth heats In 2:084 2:f0, 2:10.
Elder One won the second heat In
2:09i. Pauline G., Schley Pointer,
Mosle Moore, H. J. P. and Gold Brick
Trotting, 2:07 class, purse $2000, two
In three The Monk won the first and
third heats In 2:07U, 2:10?. Lord Der
by won the second heat ln 2:07?4.
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Pacing, 2:01 class, purse $1500, two
I In three Dan Patch won two straight
heats. Time, by quarters: First, 0:31,
l:02W, 1:33, 2:03?J. Second: 0:31,
1:02, l:33',4, 2:05V4. Riley B., Search
light, Connor and Indiana also started.
YACHT8MAN KNOCKED OUT.
Boston, July 23. A. G. McVey, yacht
ing editor of the Boston Herald, was
knocked down by B. B. Crownlnshleld,
designer of the Lawson sloop, Indepen
dence, and mnny famous small racing
craft, at the Manchester Yacht Club
late this afternoon, Tho trouble arose
over some remarks made by Mrs.
Crownlnshleld to her husband concern
lug McVey, to which the latter replied.
Crownlnshleld was at Manchester,
watching the trial of the new twenty-one-footer
HadeB, which he designed
for a syndicate of Manchester yachts
men. It was said by some of the bystand
ers that Airs. Ornwnlnshlelil remnrkf.1
to her husband ns MeVey approached: I
"There Is tho wretch now; why don't,
vou throw him overboard?"
you throw him overboard?"
McVey replied tartly, "It would have
been better If ho ha'Lthrown you over
board when he first met you,"
The knockdown followed,
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Wm, JL Bryan
Nantaskct, Mass., July 24. In a
great tent on the shore of Massachu
setts bay for hours today a throng of
men and not a few women listened to
distinguished orators from various
parts of the United States as they de
livered addresses upon the principal
political Issues from tho Democratic
point of view. The speechmsklng fol
lowed a day banquet, the first to be
given by the recently organized New
England Democrat League, In the
Rockland Hotel, at which about 300
were present. The entire program
was Intended to give the league, the
membership of which embraces many
of the leading Democrats of New Eng'
.land, a fitting introduction to the pub
lic. To this end the list of speakers
was made as notablo as possible, and
the league was able to present Hon. 1'
A. Collins, former Consul General to
London and now Mayor of Boston, as
presiding officer; W. J. Bryan, twice
Democratic Presidential candidate;
Edward M. Shepard of New York, re
cent Democratic candidate for Mayor
of that city, and Senator E. W. Car-
mack, of Tennessee, to make ad
dresses. Senator J. W. Bailey of Tex
as was expected to attend, but ho sent
a letter Instead.
To Harmonize Democrats.
From the first the committee tried
to keep constantly before those Inter-
ested the fact that the league did not
propose to boom any candidate fur tho
Presidency. To quote Secretary Henry
i iioii ti. v, v,,in,i i ,,
Is simply organized to harmonize all have l ce,; we can on,y dftcrm1lnB, their strength to the Republican par
Democrats and to conduct the Congres- j mcf ,tnra ln ,n democratic P"'"'liy and by tnelr support purchased lm
slonal campaign In every one of tho ,0 ?p.,,y.t? tum ,,cmc,'?1prln,cl)leBmuulty from punishment. The Rcpul
Ncw England States. Wo expect to ?ni1, ' ake tl10 PPle le a'wn;B' llcans were greatly aided by another
elect a Democrat In ex-Speaker Heed's ,n,18 ,hc, Ppaniount l"e was tariff nButfnce namely. tno influence of tho
.u..,i. i ioi,. n.i .i. i . reform, and the Democratic party bold- fl.,.ni-a ,..i, ., .., u.., ,.
district In Rhode Island. There will
i i.i nii..-
be no Ibbuc of gold or silver,
For an hour or more following break
fast Mr. Bryan was "at home" to a few
friends nt the hotel. There was no
public reception. At 10 o'clock Mr.
Brynn went to Tremont Temple to
address the Newsboys' Protective As
sociation. The other members of the
party occupied the time In various
ways, and shortly after 11 o'clock un
der escort of the committee tho visit-
ors went to the steamboat wharf to
embark for Naritasket. On arrival
there the party proceeded at once
tho Rockland House,
Bryan Harmony Basis.
The Hon. W. J. Bryan responded to
Itho toast, "The Basis ot Harmony." He
Isald In part:
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" '"" - awwwu HUUUUHJ
the discord they have ere-
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.ia- .i, i,i nf i,,m,.
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hB,"ra0?,y " eup,Tlou8' ,'', "? ldea
S ,Ch TT? ta a aQUXe,i ,ne-
"a,rmo"y l8.,but a yno'm " ""
SS u'nV thTresul T han Z
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product of Inexorable law.
"The great founder of the Democrat-
Ic party, whose profound philosophy
Buuuueu un me ueiiins oj numan na -
turo anu measured tno height and
S Bovernnient ,;ot
'" r? h '"" llfe
Bald ln a letler t0 Mr Leo ,hat ,Uc.re
UIHPQ lint In'n vitvininH nnul ns 1,
w"e uul.lwo Permanent parties, the
iwuuiu iu mm, Bpvaii mm whio bimetallism, and won all the advo
these parties would become apparent. catrg of le Ko( standard by reveal-
wiwi uie aristocratic party no Class-
ed 'those who fear and distrust tho
people and wish
to draw all power
from them Into tho hands of the high- Won but for the fact that borrowers
er classes.' With the Democratic par- wero cocrceu anJ ompi0yCS intlmidat-
tv lift plnsROil 'thnnn urhn lilpntlfv lham.'.i .
selves with the people, havo confl
-, ,HVH..., ,ubw-
dence In them, cherish and consider
them as the most honest and safe.
thoueh not the most wise, dennaltnrv
of the public Interest.' Every well In-
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lormed student of history will recog-
nlzo this distinction. In every commu..ueBUOn a qe"on so iar-reacmng in
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... K, jruu iu uruw u nue scpHriuing tue
Hii.iubiHi ituui iiiu ucmutiai, Jl will
not bo a perpendicular line, nor will It
be a horizontal one; it will not separ
ate those of Illustrious lineage from
thoso of humble birth; It will not sep
arate the rich from the poor; It will
not separate the educated from the un
educated; It will not be along lines or
vocation or occupation; but It will sep
arate thoso 'with tho tastes, spirit, as
sumption and traditions of the aristoc
racy' from thoso 'who believe In a
government controlled by the people
and favor political and legal equality.
The Jeffersonlan Purpose.
"There can always bo harmony
among Democrats who have the pur-
poso that Jefferson had and are willing
to employ the methods that Jefferson
employed. There can always be har
mony among Democrats who believe ln
a government of the people and are
willing that all the departments of tho j
guvernment snail be operated by the
people and for the benefit of the peo-,
Pie. Dlfferenrpfl nf tlm mlml pnn lift
reconciled; differences of purpose can
not. Between one who Is at heart an
aristocrat and ono who Is In reality a.
Democrat there Is a great gulf fixed.
"To attempt to patch up an appar-,
cnt harmony between those who aro
not in sympathy with Democratic pur-J
poses Is not only a waste of time but
would provo disastrous. Tho men who
deserted the party In 1890 may be dl-
vldetl Into twu classes,
Those who left J
becauso they understood the issue pro-,
Bcnted and those who li-ft becfiiisa'
they did not understand tho real na-!
turo of tho contest. Until the former
nro completely changed In tholr sympa-j
thles they cannot return to tho party,
without Injuring it. The latter will bo
reconciled to the pafty when they
themselves become aware of the real
character of the life and death strug
gle now being waged betwen plutocra
cy and Democracy. I say plutocracy
because the aristocracy of today Is one
of wealth rather than of birth, and It
includes not only those who have been
alienated from the common people by
the possession of great wealth, but
those who, although without wealtn,
pander to It and measure all things by
a money standard. Organized wealth
Iibb become bo potent In governmental
nffalrs that sumo even now despair of
applying any effective remedy. But
such underestimate the patriotism of
the people and the strength of the pub
He conscience. The people have a
remedy within their power, namely,
tho ballot, and with It they can and
will right every wrong and remedy ev
A Controlling Purpose.
"The Democratic party must have a
controlling purpose, unchanged by vic
tory or defeat; It must stand for that
purpose at all times and everywhere
unmoved by threats of (.waster and un
Influenced by promise or temporary
gain. It must have a character, for
character, Is as essential in a party as
it is in an Individual. No ono will trust
an unstable man or one so without
principle that bis position upon nny
moral question cannot be guessed in
Issues Are Doubtful.
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VVe cannot tell what losues we may
'' "rted Its demand for a tariff ior .,,,,,, thelr 8chomC8, wero wlmng t0
revenue only. It fought the campaign' iot, ,,. i,,inm ...i.i
and It won, but Its majority was so nar-
,row t,,at a " Senators disloyal to
,..v 1". wu ,.,,a auujLvi, ucicauu MIU
verdict of the people rendered nt tho
polls. But the failure of the party to
do all that It promised would not havo
been so disastrous but for the fact that
the Wilson bill, unsatisfactory as it
was to tariff reformers, had to bear tho
sins of a Republican financial system
?"'?h was supported by our Admlnls-
""' . , U!S"' ,l V' p'e" ' an v?r
whelming majority of the voters of tho
I'uiijr. iiiu ueivui ui lOJt was more
disastrous than any that the party has
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?? ' " ' LrtZmonev ones' a Pr0fU Ut 0t a COlnlal B'Stem faVor
!,! ii ,t ?J .7 n '" on the ground that it will my; those
l,.Ion- .,n 189 ,h0 money question wasWho thnk that .. 0Dcncd .. .... .,,..
fnMtm fo tlltt fmn mn.la nnvnmnun.
not bv the alon f U ra , ' , rZ
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uvmucruiic nariv. niir v ino nt nmnr
0I a ""noniy or tne party to a
Republican party to chain ue c.
to an appreciating dollar. W
abandoning Its position on the
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a ""S "if!?!!!!? .5. "2.
I.4" . ".. ' ".'. Jm."' "' "'" ,B"uo """
J took tho side of the people. In splto
,,r tha .lo.oriinn nf m,w f,-,.,,i ,..,.
gUcll0Ua in lis council... th- iipmnrmf.1
.i P,,. n,i mmi ,. ,.
, i'Mrf ,..... m .......u.t mvig ,uiva
fiinn it i,n,i ov. nii,i i.ofn o.i
WOu.d have w-on but' for the" IndeFen-
IMe methods ot the Republican party.
.whose leaders hold all the protection-
. . ... ."
j8t Republicans by declaring tho tariff
Issue to be paramount, mollified tho
wrntn 0f motX ot ti,e freo glvcr j,e.
publicans by promising International
lBg t0 tllem the.secret purpose of the
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nartv tn mlont a. nurnnpnn ftnnnfnl
gygtcm. But even then we would havo
Effect of the War.
'In 1900 the action of the Republican
Party In turning a war commenced for
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"'"nanny into a war oi conquest com-
Pc,lcd tho consideration of another
j, .p .$ ,p .j, v q j q
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KING VICTOR EMMANUEL OF ITALY. WHO HnJ ttPPW WIQITIWR
n cffll,mnul:u ur I IrtLI. WHU HAb HttN VlblTING.
There hnvo been much vUltliiu and
this year. Tho latest nffnlr of this kind was the recent visit nf King Victor
Linmnuuel of Italy to Berlin nnd St. Petersburg. It la wild tlmt both Emperor
William nnd Cr.nr Nicholas will return the visit. If th" czar goes to Home It
will be the first tlmo any Itusslnn emperor bus visited n king of Italy.
Its consequences that our party right'
fully declared It to bo the paramount
issue. Without abandoning Its posi
tion on the tariff question or on the
money 'question Jt again espoused the
peoples side of a great Issue. That
it a a not win mat year was mie to
LUUJUUI.UUU ui "". . "o
which would have been Insufficient to
have accomplished defeat. The ad-.
ministration having carried on a hrl-fl
and successful war, fell heir to tho en-
thuslasm which usually attends a vie-
torlous conflict; an unexpected In'
crease In the supply of new gold and
an unexpected Influx of European gold,
duo to large crops here nnd a famine
abroad, Increased prices, relieved ""
stress of hard times and gave to tho.
people the benefits that always flow
ftom a growing volume of money.
While the advantages which followed
a larger volume of money vindicated
tho principle contended for by blmet
alllsta, they wero appropriated by tho
party In power and those who wero In
fluenced by conditions without at
tempting to realize the conditions gave
the Republican party credit for an In
"The protected manufacturers, of
course stood by the administration
which had given them a Dlngley law.
Trust promoters and trust magnates,
recognizing in tnc Democratic party
an Inveterate foe, and numbering
I among their stockholders many of tho
most Influential Republicans, threw all
trujts. Imperialism or anything
clso rather than forego the advantage
which they expected from a gold stan
dard and a bank currency. In spite of
alt theie obstacles the campaign of
1900 only showed n net change of ISO,
000 totes In favor of the Republicans
out of a total vote of over 13,000.000.
And what is the situation today? Since
the election of 1900 Imperialism Is
more openly avowed and Imperialistic
methods more boldly entered upon be
cause the administration can point to
that election as an apparent Indorse
ment ftllllMlfvl. tl.n ..ft,-,.. In.il... n.
that ,,, vehemently denied Imperial-
I"llc mtent- 1,loso w" cxI'cct t0 mal!e
V1 ?.. ??.W.,,rt U!at '
uroviuenuai, wnno moso wno aro
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simpiy seeKing somo reason ior sup-
porting tneir party's policy fall back
ur ,ho uoctrlno that circumstances
Rot u lnt0 the trouble, and that we
" - -! CrcumstanceV get
The Flourishing Trusts.
"Since tho election of 1900
trusts have grown nnd flourished un
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Qcr "le iiepuimcnn aumiulstratlon. as
1 1 Vii
might have been expected, Almost
o years have elapsed since the last
residential election, and no IckUIo.
. anlPl nB8 uc.l' nlne to inter-
fere with them, and tho executive ef
forts. Instead ot being directed toward
tho enforcement of criminal statutes,
aro conflned to tho equity side of the
court and these eoffrts havo not In tho
least retaidcd tho formation of now
How can tho opponents of arlstoc-
Tacy aBd P,utocracy h "n"l for a
""f".9"1111. at'ack uPn entrenched
DriVlleea? Nnt liv mnk-lrifr non'nn u-lth
.. . -, 0 l.HVU
the enemy; not by Imitating theli
works, their methods or their phrase
ology, but by honest, straightforward
appeal o the American noonle nnnn n
platform that can be understood nnd
with an organization that can bo trust-
c! $-5"$ v j"S'T T ? 's t "J"
holinniitiim- imm - ..,
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phone Main 153.
Rip m DRooKS--Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Bpreckels bldg.; rei. juain ai.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney, i ivm-
aumanu St; Tel. 181 Main.
j, m. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St,
McDONALD A LANG8TON Contract'
0rs and Builders; 1U8 Union Bt
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union St, opp,
Pacific Club; sundries; etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Bprecfcels bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretanla near Fort Bt.
THf KA8H CO. LTD. Two stores
23 !7 Hotel St and cor. Fort & Hotel,
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.8. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort nnd Hotel
Sts.; Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TAN N ATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Sprcckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. Elite bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St, opp. Waverley blk.j TeJ.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY,
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182
St. opposite Pacific Club,
furnished rooms: mosaulto
electric lights; hot and cold water; detailed to nurse both of our comrades,
flrst-t.ass table-board. Mrs. liana, .with the knowledge that his predeccs-Frop-
sor had been cut down whllo perform-
TH08. LIND8AY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort SL; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
SL nr. Hotel.; Tel,
COOK'S MU8IC SCHOOL Lovo bids
wlll hold summer term during Julv
nnd August, 2200-'f
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Bereta-
1,0 LAN I QUINTET E. P. Hatfield.
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K i
Kaal'a studio; TeL M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave ordera Berg
strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string instru
ments; studio. Love bldg. Fort Bt.
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS i lngs ln tn0 court martial cases of Ma
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston ' Jor Ewln F. alenn. Fifth Infantry;
bldg.; Tel. 2U Main. I Lieut. Jullcn E. Gaujot, Tenth Cavalry.
and Lieut. Norman E. Cook of the Phll-
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Washington, July 23. Tho epidemic
of cholera has been particularly hard
upon the medical corps of the Army
' stationed In the Phlllpplno Islands, and
the casualty list received here, shows
that the. surgeons nnd the hospital
corps have borno their sharo of the suf
fering. Surgeon General Forwood re
ceived n copy of ono of tho orders, In
i which theso casualties are announced
"The death of Private Joseph G.
Mclscman, Hospital Corps,- United
Army, is announced. Private
MeUcnian was detailed to face death
ns a cholera nurse for one of our com
rades, and died from the disease,
caught from his charge an example of
I Uevotlon to duty to bo held up for all
men to emu,a'e-
"Private Leonard B. Stevenson, Hos-
i"lul -orps, unitcu states Army, wns
inig tnc same amy. witnout a mur
mur he responded, and remained till
tho sod covered his plague-stricken
, charges, nnd then ho returned to his
"Tho men of this command who have
I faced death amid tho whirl of bullets
and the excitement of a fight can readl-
i ly appreciate tho courage required to
I dally await Its approach la the form
of ono of tho most dreaded diseases
i known to tho world today, and tho
commanding offices makes this an op-
Por'"i"y to pubHcly acknowledge that
' 'luly we" d""0-' ,s tno highest aim ot
a soldier, Is a goal Prlvato Stevenson
has reached. ,
"This order will bo published nt pa-
' rndn fin Tllnmlnv tltrt OTil, D, ,, .,
- - ., , ... . ...oi., ,uu ui
Corps on tho 31st."
of the Hospital
Major Glenn Is
Washington , July 22. Secretary
Root today sent to the President nf
i Oyster Bay tho proceedings nnd find.
' of nuralnlsterlng tho "water euro" to
utt",c. or permuting it ro bo done,
ani1 waB sentenced to one month's
suspension from duty and fined $50.
Lieut. Cook wns acquitted on a charge
of giving orders to kill three Filipino
t prisoners. The testimony showed that
he had given orders to shoot tho prls-
oners If they attempted to escape. The
Filipino Scouts to whom this order
was given thought It meant to shoot
In forwarding the cases to the Presi
dent the Secretary recommends that
tho sentences and findings bo approved,
but that no other action Bhall bo taken.
It Is not believed that the President,
who Is tho reviewing authority In theso
cases, will make. any comments such
as wero delivered by him In the case
of General Smith. It Is shown in tho
evidence and reports that Major Glenn
has performed excellent service and
has done much to pacify the country
where he has been In command.
Atlantic City, N. J July 23. Whllo
enjoying his bridal tour hero J. How
ord Whelen, n millionaire member of
' "e f Pnl,a'lelI'hla' oldest families,
iwa3 Be.r?ei thU a,,crnoo i pop-
In a $20,000 breach of promise suit
brought by Mrs. Adelaide C. Hnrned,
living at 1925 North Thirty-third street,
Philadelphia, Mrs. Harned Is the ill
orced wife of WUllnnDiinlup Hnrned.
Sho lives with her father, Ulsdon Clem
cut, nnd Is a granddaughter of William
Ileach, one of Philadelphia's colonial
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