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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1000.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. 11., by the
BULLETIN PUDLISHINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRIMOTON.. Editor
Entered at tho Postofflco at llono
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advanca.
!r month, anywhere In U. S..J .70
Ter quarter, anywhere Ln U. 8.. 2.00
Ter year, anywhere In U. 3 8.00
er year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
1i 'months ,m
Vr yrir, anywhere In U. 3.... 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
taken ns particularly reassuring. We
may ho selling more to China than In
-previous years but whero we are gain
ing a lew millions In spite 'of tho boy
cott bandlcnp, there would be many
times this nmount If conditions were
normal. KHort to prove Hint the boy
cott Is not real Is nonsense. Next to
tlioso In the front rank of the lontest
In China, Hawaii Is In a belter position
lo nppreclato the seriousness of the
boycott than people of the mainland
who arc so deeply Interested ln their
local affairs that they will not give
Oriental trnile more than a passing
thought until somo one steps on tho
flag and there Is a life-size light.
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
, O. iJ. IJOCKUS, Business Manager ol
jLe Bulletin Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being f)st duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and soya: That the following
la a true nnd correct statement of clr
dilation for tho week ending March
6, A. D. 1906, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening. Dulletln.
Saturday, Mar. 3 2M8
Monday, Mar. 5 2167
Tuetday. Mar. 6 2172 men
Wednesday, Mar. 7 21671 everything being noat nnd nice.
Thursday, Mar. 8 2170 j Company II, under the command ot
Friday, Mar. 9 2171: Captain Gorman, was Inspected next
Average Daily Circulation 2210 'out of the 42 men on the roll 40 np-
Circulatlon of Weekly. Dulletln. pcarcd. the credit for attendance oe-
Tuesday, March. 6, 1S06 2353 ng thus 93 per cent. The company
Number of Weeklies delivered on I mado a good appearnnrc ln drill. The
the Island of Hawaii alone.... 1054 inrms of the men were found to be 111
COMBINED guaranteed average excellent nnd the accoutrements In
circulation -1508 cood condition.
-.. . ...... ....... n..&.n r.r . rrir I '. ... .
UUL.I.r7ll. I'LUi.iain.Mi w., uiU;
The first of the Inspections prelim
Innry to the reorganization of the Na
tional (luard took place Inst night ut
7.30 o'clock at the drjll shed nnd lasted
aboti two and a halt hours. Major Van
Vllet. who commands tho regular
troops at Camp McKinley, Is the In
Tho band was the first .corps to bfi
Inspected. 'It appeared In full force,
under the command of Captain Ucrgor,
gaining a credit of 100 per cent for at
tendance, and mado an excellent oq
pearnnce. Major Van Vllet examined
the band Instruments, nnd stated that
he found them In good condition. Th'o
mndc nn excellent nppearancc.
By C. O. IIOCKOS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this 10th day of
(BEAL March, A. D. 1306.
P. II. BUHNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu. County of
WEDNESDAY. . .
.MAIICH 14, 1900.
Tho Signal Corps, under Llcutcnnat
Dougherty, mado 90 per cent In at
tendance. Major Van Vllet wrote sev.
crnl messages and had them sent back
wards and forwards across the length
of tho drill shed by signallers, who
made a very good performance, both
the single and double lings being used.
Tho arms of tho corps were found to
bo In excellent and the accoutrements
In good condition.
Tho Hospital Corps, under Sergeant
I Barrv. mmlo n fine shnwtni?. Tim nn.
Political pots that start boiling too coiitrcmcnts nnd equipment of thu
early usually have time to Don oer Corps, ns well as the general appear
ueiure me yermu iui nmu mi .... ance or me men were nil excellent.
- -- - - rrr .Many questions were nsked of vnr-
Accordlng to all Indications someone ioua members 0f the corps regarding
Is trying to prove that Lane Is Just as' the contents of their pouches nnd their
bad as Achl. The Individual to be ,e nml ,tlsfactory answers given,
benefitted by this program thus far some 0f t,em showing n great deal of
remains In the background, awaiting knowledge on the subjects of bandages,
the psychological moment when ncuaeg rncdlclnpa In given cases, first
can he impresscu upon mo wihuiimusi nIll to the wounded, hospital work, etc
public as the only original Moses.
MONEY FOR PROMOTION
Members of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee feel that they should havo
pll the funds secured through the vol
untary Honolulu wharfage tax, except
such ns may from time to time be re
quired for the sanitary protection of
Gentlemen making this claim are
neither selfish nor short-sighted. A
canvass of the merchants of the city
ii ml of the majority of the pcoplo
who eventually . pay tho tnx would
unquestionably find the town In full
This knowledge can to n great extent
ne credited to tho lectures which Ser
geant Barry gives to tho corps once a
Tomorrow night the Hospital Corps
will again appear for Inspection. Id
order to give tin exhibition of litter
drill, first aid to wounded nnd similar
things. Company 0 will also be In
spected tomorrow night.
cry trunk line ln the East nnd Its traf
fic olllclals and the executive heads of
the sugar company are Involved.
Subpoenas nro out for half n hun
dred witnesses nnd for Important pa
pers. Indictments wilt bo asked
ngairst II O. Hnvemeyer, l.owe!l M,
Palmer and other officers ot tho Sugar
Trust, as well ns ngalnst the offlclnls
of the New ork Central, Ponnrylvn
nln, Philadelphia nnd Bending, Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western Now
York, New llnvcn anil Hartford, tho
Erie and many other lines. A dozen
specific complaints havtt been filed
with the" Attorney General by Hearst,
nnd It Is upon theso complaints that
tho Government is nctlng. The cases,
In scopo nnd Importance, promise to
bo fnr more Important than thoso In
stituted ngalnst tho beef packers.
The President Is deeply Interested,
nnd Attorney General Moody and Dis
trict Attorney Stlnson havo declared
tho proceedings, In their estimation, to
bo the most lmportnnt over Instituted
by Iho Government ln any prosecution
nlong these lines. Tho evidence as
submitted shows an astounding mazo
ot gross favoritism, flagrant rcbato
nnd vicious partiality. Letters, circu
lars, nrlvnto agreements, Inltlnlcd me-
morrndn of private understandings ot
spcclnl allowances and prlvato refund
are nil In the hnnds of tho Government,
Every trunk lino East of tho Missis
sippi Is Involved, and Indictments will
bo atked ngalnst many of the biggest
ralltoad officials In the country.
Tho District Attorney applied lo tho
Federal Grand Jury on Tuesday for
subpoenas. These subpoenas aro tc
turnablc tomorrow, and It Is believed
with tho return of the subpoenas the
net of the Government will bo drawn
tight, enough evidence elicited to get
tho Indictments necessary nnd a scoru
of railroad and sugar trust officials will
find themselves In tho meshes ot the
The facts concerning tho tnnglo of
rchwto granting and disregard of law
wcro brought to light last December.
A most careful and searching InvestI
gatlon of tho fncts was undertaken.
When the factg wcro clearly establish
ed n representative of Hearst called
upon Attorney General- Moody In
Washington nnd placed tho evidence
before him. Tho Attorney General vis.
Ited the President and Informed him ot
tho facts In his possession. The Pros-
Ident expressed the deepest Interest'
nnd urged that proceedings bo started
at once and thnt no ono bo spared. It
Is believed tho Attorney General will
appear personally In tho cases and
that tho suits will bo tho most sensa
tional In point of revelation that wcro
ever undertaken by the Government,
Tho relations existing between the
American Sugar Refining Company and
tho railroads who aro members ot tho
Joint traffic association, as revealed in
the suits brought by tho Government
ngalnst these corporations for grant
Ing rebates and Infractions or the in
terstate commerce law, aro of a most
startling character. Just how the In
dustry could be built up or destroyod
by granting of special privileges Is
clearly set forth. How the ruin of tho
beet sugar men In tho Northwost was
accomplished la revealed, now nun.
droits of thousands of dollnrs rolled
back Into tho coffers of Hnvemeyer of
thu suear company .In special trnlriu
favors Js Indicated, and how compel),
tlon was throttled Is nil outlined.
HER PHYSICIANS DESPAIRED. '
ADVISED CHANGE OF CLIMATE.
-ha, Used as a Last Resort, Cured Her of
Severe Attack of Catarrh of the Lungs.
MRS. IDA CALDWCLL
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
" THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. GET THE OEST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANI8HED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORYi STILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
The Sensational Cure of Mrs.
Caldwell Is the Talk of Her
inn m trust
New York, March 7. Tho American
accord with tho earnest nnd capable fnJ,8j UP0" complaint of William
men directing the promotion cam. Hndolph Hearst the Federal Gov
J,aiKn eminent has undertaken tho most
Two season, have proved that pro- keeping .and far-reaching prosecution
motion pays. If the work Is to be donn ver Instl utod ngalnst railroad com
properly. If It Is to continue to par. nnnl an ndustrlnl corporations for
the program of tho committee must wanting and ( rece Ivlng re hates and In.
have an opportunity to expand to keep1 fractions of tho lnterstnto commerce
pace with the march of ovento. Thlai,aw , ,.,,
means that the Committee must have A score of prominent railroad ofn
nmple money nnd not bo forever placed rln1'' w" ,ie1n'a,,1 defendants In tho
in the position of a beggar. . fc " " " America,,
Ilnu-nll rlnlms n verv nroErnssiVB . """" """- ':-"' " '"''
. . w r- t- llfnnmn nn lliit UiinnH rT" ....
snlrlt. It Is not so very slow but eomx
of our people have a way of moving
in fits and starts. The starts are all
right, If too frequent stops aro not
made to Indifferently Inquire, "What's
Give tho Promotion Committee the
money It needs. The men In charge
have proved that they know, how tu
invest money profitably. No better
purpose can be found for the shippers'
known as Iho Sugar Trust, are to do
Indicted along with them. Nearly ov-
Detective Work Good men wanted
everywhere. Criminal paper with
big caBh rownrds and photos free.
Founded 18S9. State nge. Write
American Detective Association. In
dianapolis, Indiana. 3331-21
BOYCOTT AND EXPORTS
According to the figures obtalnoi br
the Department of Commerce nnd Lab
or, tlm Chinese boycott of .." I i
goods has not lessened our exports tu
Chlnn. Secretary Metcalf ha.i r' "
out a statement showing the amutin
of exports from this count.)' u c.i... '
by months, July 1901, to Jnnttary. wi
and from July 1905 to January 1H06.
It nppears from this that the total
exports for the seven months ending
January. 1905. amounted to 123,432.948.
whereas for the Eevcn months ending
January, 1900, they equaled 28.862,C80,
or a total Increase of 15,429,732.
Tho shipments of cotton cloth goods
for the period first1 mentioned amount
ed to 112,947,530, while for tho seven
There was likewise an Increase ln
the exports ot copper Ingots, thj
nmounts being stated at 11,478,197 for
the period ending January, 1905, and
$3,195,859 for tho period ending Janu
A decrease of nearly 100 per cent Is
shown In the exports of mineral oils,
the amount ot Bucn shipments for the
seven mont.is ending January, 1905,
being, 15,232,307, whereas they wcro
only t2.630.0ca for the same period ot
time up to January, 190C.
Notwithstanding this Bhowlng, Amcr
lean 'merchants ot China passing
through this port state that their bus
iness Is practically ruined by the boy
cott. In the majority or instances
these merchants have turned their af
fairs over to English houses. Thus It
Is nrobaole that American goods aro
going to China in Increasing quantities
but nro being handled by European
, On the whole the figures cannot bo
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Mrs. Ida Caldwell, COd l'esrl strcot,
Sioux City, Is., Vlco-I'resldent Order of
Washington, writes i
"I suffered with catarrh of tho res
piratory organs oft and on for tho last
th r co years until I thought It was
chronic'. My chest and lungs wcro Ir
ritated and I had to uo tho greatest
csre not to oxposo myself to chilly air
or dampness as It Increased my troubles,
"My physician advised mo to try a
change ot climate, but I was unable to
leave my family, ftcadlnxot the won-
derful cures performed by Pervna, I
bought a bottle.
It was with the greatest satisfaction
that I found It the one medicine among
them all which cured me. l was ro
llovcd within threo days and after two
months and a' halt tho Irritation was
gone, my lnnps perfectly healed and my
health rcstorod." Ids Caldwell.
Thousands ot women owo their lives
to 1'cruna. Hundreds ot thousands owo
their health to l'eruna. Hundred! of
thousands are praising Porunaln every
state ot tho Union.
We havo many thousands ot letters
from grateful women, with permission
to une thorn lnpublle print, which can
never bo used for want of apace.
'Catarrh would not be such a curse
In this country If the people thoroughly
understand Its nature. It must be
treated at once to prevent It from mak
ing Inroads upon vital organs.
If you suffer from catarrh, buy re
runs to-day, for a dsy gained on tho
enemy, catarrh, means a day nearer'
Wo havo on file many thousand testi
monials Uko the ono given here. We can
only give our readers a slight glimpse
of tho vast array of unsolicited endorse
ments wo aro receiving. No other phy
sician In the world has received such s
as Dr. Hartman for reruns.
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
There nre more Adams Dagnall Con
stant Direct Current Series Enclosed
Arc Lamps used for street lighting
throughout the United States, Canada
and Mexico, than all other makes of
this type of lamp combined.
Thousands of A D Arc Lamps
have been installed In alt classes of
mills, fsetortes, foundries and retail
and wholesale stores throughout the
country, and are giving universal sat
isfaction. HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CoM Lid.
Office KINO. ST. nr. ALAKEA ST.
'PHONE MAIN 390.
For special directions everyone snoutd read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Peruna Is for sale by all chemists and
druggists at one dollar per bottle or six bottles tor five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
the necessary delay In receiving a reply, should address Dr. 8. D. Hartman,
Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Demon, Smith & Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
KUHIO DOING GOOD WORK.
(Continued from Page 1)
Hawaii, especially on tho part of Cali
fornia and Knnsas Congressmen, Dan
Case, our delegate from Maul, nnd Mc
Clellsn, Delegate Kulilo's secretary, aro
both Kansas men nnd wc had good op
portunities to work' with Kansas Con.
'We have dono what wo had to no
ln tho way of stating our reasons for
going to Washington nnd havo placed
llawa I s wishes before tho proper peo
ple. Now ihc matter lies In the hands
of Kuhlo. Hatch, McClcllan and other
friends of Hawaii's Interests.
Hepburn of Iowa Is a loyal friend to
Hawaii. He will do all In his power to
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
"Delegate Kuhlo Is doing good work.
Ho nnd his secretary, McClcllan, nnd
Mr. Hatch aro working faithfully for
Asked what was the attltudo of tho ,
Washington delegation In regard to
Delegate Kalanlanaolo'a rcnomlnatton
lor delegate to Congress, Mr. Smith i
"I've heard no expression of opinion
from nny of tho delegation, In this ro-1
gnrd. ond I've given tho matter no i
thought myself. I. did not know thnt '
he desired a rcnomlnntlou."
"Jrent nd company
V- j . ..1WVK m VMltf WHMW.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms $76 00
Emma 8t 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor, Young and Aloha Lane.... 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Walklki Deach 40 00
College Hill 40 00
Klnau Street 27 SO
Lunalllq Street 50 00
! Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT ST8,
Help Fop All Wallach's Indian Remedies
Fcr Sores, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, that Is supposed to be hopelesa,
Wallach's Indian Remedlea will cure
For sale by alt druggists.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM-
T..1. Mark R.sh.md EDY CO., P. O. BOX 577.
ynnrnmn'mflm imn urn? nnnmniK
I G, Q. YEE HOP & GO. 1.
2 We alwaya welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- 5
; tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our 'Meat Duslness.'on "
y all of which our prleesare" as reasonable as Is consistent with ;J
g the standard of quality, and strictly, maintained In a most sanl-
2 tiry condition. ?
5j Telephone Order Department
sx- Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe-
w oiiibus service ana ine i.ime careiui attention as is given to pur
T chases made In person.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
N. KING STREET.
23U1UULUU UUUUUUiliili iiiiii UUUU1E?
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
Is Now On
Our new Spring and Summer, 1906,
line or Men's Shirts arrived by the last
Alameda, so our present stock must be
reduced to make room.
The following tots are all hlnh grade
goods, In first class condition and are
made to fit and .o wear:
Lot 2. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.H-23 000
Lot 3, Men'a Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.$1.75 $1.25
Lot 4. Men's Negllgeo
Shirts, White Linen,
pleated front, cuffa
attached $4.60 $3.50
After having enjoyed a vacation of
several weeks the Territorial Grand
Jury this forenoon held n session. No
further investigations in tho lino of tho
j din-fa lotteries, tho Inquisition con
fining Its work to criminal cases from
, the District Court. Among the cntes
Judge Lindsay today settled nil comnB before the Jury were those ol
doubts which thcro might be about the iuno Hoopal, a Hawaiian charged
Johnson murder case going to trial wtu nS8ault to commit rape on an
this term, by notifying tho Attorney 'n(;ed iortUguese woman nt I'unahou;
(Jencrnl's Department ns well as tho Holemano, tho Hawaiian who killed a
defense that ho would tomorrow morn- Chinese by a blow of his fist last week;
lH6 order the case set peremptorily for anA HIrota, Nawalmra. Ueno nnd Hl
next Monday. Judge Lindsay s regular oM a Uunch of Iwllel Japanese who
veniro of Jurors will also bo culled to nre charged with conspiracy to do up
attend court next Monday. f.unu, ..mintrvmnn
Judge Lindsay stated this morning ,,. .nuR n, rmnr m thn rontrnrv It l. ,eo.' 1. l01 .r?uu.cer- .
(hat . the defense would be conducted by -practically an assured fact that the' dZ p on wharf II lo Iawail"
T. M. Harrison alone. Abraham Kau-0rnnd Jury wni nie no preliminary re-.r."1 ?!. ' ..' .: w,., V . . , ? .A
lukou, who was appointed by the Court porls whatever, but will wait until tho
to appear for the defendnnt together iPrni cniii nt tlm mi of tiiin month.
with Harrison, having been allowed to wbfn it will file its flnaUond only ro-1
wiinaraw. iport. Tho Grand Jury s delay In re.
It Is generally conceded that tho porting can most probably be attrlb
only line of defense which Johnson enn (Cj to tho fact thnt it thereby can
avail himself of will be one of Insanity. ' 5CCI, tho big iho-fa hanks from run
A number of persons, who have known ' Djngi jor tj10 tmo ieng nt icast. It
Johnson at vnrldus stages of his life, js generally understood that the four
havo stated their conviction that lie ug i,anks havo decided not to opon
was mentally unbalanced, nt least to.,16r business beforo the Grand Jury's
some extont, and this should furnish I report bIiowb them exactly the position
ample ammunition for such n defense. tlev ore n jt g not probable, how
Qn the other hand tho Attorney Gen.jovw.( tnut the report will dwell much
eral's Department has during the past I upon the die fa business. In spite of the
few yearn become exceedingly expert fact that this particular Investigation
ln contesting Just such Insanity de- consumed the greater part of the In.
tenses, having met them In tho enscs nulsltinn's tlm omt inimrs. Nn imiiot.
ot Jones, Naone, and to some extent in . ,nents In tho etie fa matter are expect
the Geneau trial, so-an Interesting bat-,od nnd It Is not probable that the writ
ten report, It any Is filed beyond tho
mere enumeration ot Indictments
found, will dwell much, If at all, on
the gambling proposition.
After working until noon today the
G ad Jury was excused until next
tie on these lines' should be expected.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS pi RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., oi
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, s
two-hour tr, n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.j
Dr. W. C. Wile, of Danbury, Conn,,
Hawaii's particular friend, among "h.
er things having given the leper settle
ment a bandstand, arrived from the
East In the Manchuria today and Is at
trie Yoimg hotel,
Numerous people who had planned
to get away to the Orient In the Man
churia are unablo to go on account of
the big crowd aboard the vessel, all
berths being taken.
CAST IHON WATER PIPE AND
SPECIALS, HILO WATER WORKS.,
Proposals will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Wtirks until
12 o'clock m. of April ICth. 1900, fori
furnishing tho Hllo Water Works with
1200 feet C-lnch cast; Iron water pipe'
In 12' lengths; average weight 416 lbs.'
per length; all pipe to be tested to a
hydrostatic pressure ot 300 lbs. to the
square Inch. Also 3-6x6x6 tees; 1-
oxcxt tee; l- o tot" reducer.
tho order to be placed by cable and
shipment made by vessel from Sun
Time of delivery Is an Important
item in connection with this order.
Successful bidder will file a bond for
1500.00 upon signing contract.
Proposals must be enclosed In a
sealed en elope, endorsed "Cast Iron
Vter Plpo nnd Specials for Hllo Wat'
er Works," and addressed to C. S. Hoi
toway. Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, who reserves tho
Igbt to reject any and all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
March 14th, 190S. 3331-St
Delcgato Kuhlo Kalanlnnnole, Ha
waii's "representative In Washington,
has published a booklet entitled "State
ment of the Delegate from Hawaii in
the matter of tho President's recom
mendation concerning Hawaiian rev
enues," giving such data as would bo
ot Interest to Congressmen In the con
sideration ot the local Federal revenue
Notice la hereby given thnt, on
March 7, I appointed the following gen
tlemen to constitute a Hoad Hoard for
the district of Kau, Island of Hawaii:
i MR. S. E. ROGERS. Chairman;
MR. WALTER H. HAYSELDEN,
MR. J. IKAAKA.
A. L. O. ATKINSON,
Acting Governor of Hawaii.
Executive Uulldlng, Honolulu, March
13, 1906. 3331-lt
"Tho work pn the back door to tha
Jail Is 'progressing," said High Sherlfl
Henry today. "And I am going to call
It 'Gear's Gate,' .as It was Judge Gear
uh.i rnlRpil tha nnlnf thnt mtR,tftm,innnf
Col, Z. S. Spalding, California flnan- ,,rlBnnr l.v nmmltiir thrnnrh lhi mitn
cler Interested In Hawaiian Dlanta-4.ninnna in n, .rionn ,,nin..,ii.
returmrij, irtlves In Honolulu at 10:10 ,lon,s. arrived In the Manchuria nnd is confined In tho penitentiary,"
at the Young.
Miss Virginia Scrlpps. sister ot- E.
W. Scrlpps, head of tho Scrlpps, Mc
Crae Newspaper Association, Is In the
city, having arrived In the Mancliurlu.
Very Choice Line
- Of Fine Quality
THE8E MADE IN THE STYLE
WE TURN THEM OUT WITH
8KILLED WHITE LABOR.
ARE EQUAL TO ANYTHINQ
MADE ON THE MAINLAND
DY HIGH CLA88 MER
L. B. Kerr & Go.