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I SIMM mBLE M.. m I LOCAL AND SENEGAL - m A LBRflRY jyy jj HONOLULU WB&
if ' 1 lie Of)- a line for a week Is the cost of jV&'' ' "-"" iiiiiiKiii.Kk
W&- WAILUKU. MAUI. " a Bulletin Want Adthe bene. 63FPSiV?il Not a Carnegie Library, but the 111 UlllUlilli lim
KL' .. Purest 'l"c.mnay"8.lybcv,or,ha,,un- MW V
np UiiU hi lit a tv bviitat yVvV T I 1 1 I
mff TELEPHONE 226. Annie9 White steam nulos Slock) ds stable ,- '2Z. I
m'..' J ilJlJCl- i-f.,.1, I,,,, ll ,,,! It, nl rnrlnrv. 1SI I J j jf
v ' BISMARK BRANCH STABLES Cider ''luuhS " Wlllt
. LAHAINA, MAUI. T
Hk.'' ... Sirs A. SI. lliowii vvns nlioard tlinl them rlnhL
g- Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and 8ad- iVltirtinelli S
B' die Horses on short notice. s-i i i
-., Carriages meet all steamers. Com- IVTccliil
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new .
t vehicles and live stock. 513110
Leahl Chapter Regular.
Pacific Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members of (lio
order tiro i-oi illally Invited to fit
tciiil meetings u local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Sleets cvci Mnmlny evening at 7:30
In I O (I I'' Hull Port strict.
K. It. tli:NillV Suri'tnry.
ui.mi:h i: sciivAii.in:it(i. N.d.
All visiting brothers very cordlall)
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. Of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'elrnk ill K. of P. Hull, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to ntteml.
o. j. wniTi:m:A.cc.
1'. WALI)ltON K.ll.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Sleets rery l'rlday rvcnliig at
K. I. Hull. King street nt 7:30. Mem
hers ol MyKtli Lodge, No. ", Will. Sic
Klnlcy Lodge. No X. mid visiting
tirntliers cordially Invited.
A. I) IION1). C. C.
a. s. ki:nway, k.h.s.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge- No. fill!, II. P. O. I!..
will meet in lliilr hull, on Mllli i
ami lli-rctuula Kinds, every l'rlilay
Ujr order of tin- II. It
HAItllY II. SIMPSON,
II. i:. SHJllltAY, i;. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in K. ul P. Hull, King
street Visiting brothers cordially In
vIKi to uttend.
M. SI. JOHNSON, C.C.
:. A. JACOIISUN, K.U.H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Sleets on tlio Slid and 4th WIinNHH
DAY evenings of each iniiiitli nt 7. JO
o'cloik In K. or I' Hall, King street.
Visiting Kaglcs nro Invited to at
tend. .SASl MeKIJAlUIi:. W.P.
II. T. SIOOUIJ. W. Becy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Sleets every first ami third T1IUHS-
DAY ol each month In l'rnturnlty Ilnll,
Odd l'ellovvs' llulldlng, I'ort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. in. A full uttendanio
Is dcidred ut oveiry meeting,
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Sleets every 2d anil -Mi Tuesday of
each month ut 7-30 p, in., in San An
toulo Hull, Vlnu)urd Btrcut.
Vlfltlng biollieru cordially Invited
a. k. vinrtiu, o. n
si. o. iaciii:co, v. a.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I, 0. R. M.
SleclH every bccond mid four III
FU1DAY of cueli luontli lu I. O. 0. 1'.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. C Sic COY. Sacliom.
A. 11 SIUIH'IIY, 0. of U.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P. 0. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN A MILILANI.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Gale Bottled and In Dulk
Hoffsclilaeger Co., Lid,
KINQ AND BETHEL STREETS
If you use cheap paint you are certain
to regret It. Inferior paint Is dear at
any price. W. P. FULLER 4
CO.'S PURE PREPARED
PAINT Is guaranteed to give
atlifactlon. It looks bet.
ter and Is more durable
than any other nalnt on the
market. The secret of this Is
that only the best Ingredients
nre used In Its composition and
that they are accurately mixed.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KINQ ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Manigtr
H. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peek Third Vies Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E E. Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial 6. 8ujr Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugsr Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company,
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. 0. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8.
TEL. MAIN 402.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
GUY OWENS Co,
Phone Main 315. Union SL nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Illank hooks of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tlio Bulletin 1'uL.
,A.rV;. m-l rt
Whit" steam autos Slock) ds stnbtc
Fresh Jim, II cents Hi. nt factory, 1SI
Hotel St Peach this neck.
Duller churned daily nt the Honolulu
Dairy men's AkhicIiiIIoii. While -II.
Mr. and Mrs. (I. W. It. King left on
tin- Hlici ittuii vcilcrd.iy (in tlio Coast
Mrs A. M. Hum ii vvns hoard the
China, due exlcrd.iy nt San l-'rnuclsio
Hr M 1". lliossifiun was ulioaid thti
Chine due III Ball I'miictsro yestcrda)
l.leul lliirllee. I' S. SI. C, left cm
the Shcininn vesterduy for San l-'ran-I
Nolo Mimtif Jcttircis' Shoe Co.'s nn
iiuuiiccmcut on page one for ladles' 3.'i0
Neatly furnished rooms nt tlio Pop
ular. l. Jl.'O and 1 per week. 1213
Ollvo llimuli Helickuli Lodge uieels
tills evening nt 7-30 o'clock In Od.l
Keep cool! An electric fan will holy
J on do It Special ut $13.50 tills week.
Hawaiian l.tcctrlc to.
Dunce nt Progress Ilnll next Satur
day evening undei tlio auspices of Pa-
1 1 lie Keliekuli Lodge No. 1.
1 Inesi quality Islnnd nutter from
Mrs. Doru Von Tempsky's ranch, Kula.
ll.iymnud Han -li Market. Tel, -Ml.
There Is n feeling Hint tlio Hawaii
cie.in yacht men will ho culled off on
iiiionni of tlio sail l-runclsco disaster
Ciuvvds gathered about Hie windows
Of business houses III which mapx of
Sun Irani Iseu were displayed jester-
Mnnngcr tiny of the Young Hotel
expects in hear by cable from the Pal
ace Hotel, San l-'ranclsco, when the line
Paradise of the I'nelflc rlornl Par-
nib Niimlier, o- Pages, IS cents.
Wroi ped Iteady for Mailing. At ullli-o,
Kugllnli Ion lion Inces with edging
mid iuscrllnus to miitili, i,fc Inch to
tin lies wide. 5e per yard nt Ilium's for
I his week only.
When the weather Is hot "Arnliln"
will tool oiir Iron roof. When tlio
weather Is wet "Amble" will prevent
rust. California l-'ccd Co., ugcuts.
.1 SI l.cvy & Co. linve just rcielved
the new llJ"i crop of choice teas In
hulk. You mil grl u better ouatltv fin
the muni') fioiu them Ihau elsewhere
Jubilee lurulialors. Tlio business
machine. Hut water system, not hut
air. Seo them before buying. SI. V.
SIcCheslicy &. Sou's, Ltd., agents, Queen
Hnwnll Chaiiter No. 1. Order of Kn
mehiimehu, will bold n special meeting
this Thin nl.'i) evening nt the (Mil l-'cl
lows' building. A full attendance is
Sirs P. S. Hossllcr. wife of Surgeon
ltoxsltcr. I'. S N.. left on Hie Sherman
je-tciihiy for Hall I'raudmo. Dr. Iloa
blleil will Join Sirs, tlostlter In Sun
Kruui'lsi ii lalT.
A vocal class for children and joiin;;
people will he organized Katurd.i)
niiiiuliig ul 0 o'clock In the lecture
loom of Central Union church, conduct
ed by .Mr. llode.
'I be Klloharu Art Ixaguo will hear
i. Inlk, "Art Trensiirrs of Old Siena,"
by SIlis Josephine C. Iake, In tlio pn-
iiiuii, AlexuuJcr Young Hotel, Satnr
ila evening at .1 o'clock.
If )ou have nn HxccMor ltccilwooil
1'uuk ultiicheil lo your hoii.fi you will
lu ver In oblige I to under iiuolivinleiii"
iiurlng u fehortugo of water. Lowers A
Cooke have u number of sizes on ham!
1 ten H Caiiliiln and Sirs. Nlhlaekf iu..y
have been in San I'rumltuo dining the
i.iillnpiake lbey left here on tlio
Mongolia and arrived there last week
Captain Nlblaek Is stationed on tlio
'I be ".Mike Wright" dear Havana
elgiiN have Hi"! wllh Instant favor here
end me ciiJiijiiik a tiemeiidous poni-
nirily on the mainland Leading elgai
Clauds nil tln'in. Ilnyseldeu Tobacio
l o. mo vvlioliMale illslrlhulorH.
SIIsh Horu C. Divlson dislocated her
right shoulder and was othcrwlM! lu-
Jillcd jcntiidav ufleinooii through tin1
lulling of a hori-o she vvns driving. Tlio
hone slipped no the sidewalk while be
ing driven Into Hie Ward premises on
A claiifc of nil lire policies Issued lu
localities Ihililo lo convulsions of nn
lure provides unit: "This company
Hull not bo liable for loss or damage
oci.isloued by or through any volcano,
cuimpuM', ntniK.inc or oilier cuuvul
don or distill banco by nutiite,"
.Major Van IK t, commandant of
Camp SIcKlnlcy, Is quoted as s:i)Iiik
thai ho could not venture mi opinion
us to whether the formication of San
I ruudsco bad linen Injured or den
linjed by the caitluiiiake. Ho tlilnlc-i
It would be wonderful If they hud not
At iihoul I o'clock jeslcrdny atfi r-
iiooii Judge l)e Halt llnully exein.ee! the
Nlihohis and I.'ieluo guinbllm: cifie
Jul), as It could not ugico on a verdict.
wiieu thu jury went out the Jiuois
ttoo.l six lo six. On u laler ballot (lie
I chilli was seven lo live, but boon tlio
juroiH blood blx to six again, and they
umulucd lu this niiinortlon until the
'I lie slcnmshlps lu Kan Krnuclsio ut
tlio tlmo of Hie curlliiiiul(o were: Slou
gollu, Sonoma, American. Sailing
csbel8: Hark Andrew Welch, bnrU Al
bert, bark (Jcrard c. Tobcy, barlt IM
vvurd Slay, barkcnllno Coronado,
sehoouir W. II. Sliirston. The foiiRii
lug ate only those which me lu Iho Ho
nolulu nude I'hee vvus nrccxburlly, a
I, re it amount of other shipping lu thu
l'ci liana jou lire u collector of pos
till curds. If not ) on ought to be. 'lliu
Hid una come to stuy and Is both lu
fcliucllve mid enterluli'ng. Loouo
curds lose half their value. They
should ho placed In mi album, vvheio
they can bo properly dleplujed, You
will bo Interested in our lino nf album?
If nu nro Interested In postal emus.
The pages nf the ulhitms nro bo pro-
pnied Hint the cornels of the caidit mei
lltled Into silts nnd may bo removed
fur Inspection at any lime without In
any way damaulug either the card or
tlio allium, Honolulu I'liotu-Siijiply
,,, - , , M,:, n.tg.l&.ML..tc.k wA JHW .f ifjtf A
made by us will
and Quaranteed so.
, A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston building, Fort 8L,
over May & Co.
WV2&!U6r ir ZZSUte V&iMFWZ
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE
Mti'wnlinn Iron Pence iSr j'Vlonun-iont Vorkn
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ., 176-180 KINQ ST. PHONE 287.
(Continued from Page 1)
dlstanco of San Francisco but the telegraph company will not guarantee de
livery. Up to 1:30 o'clock there had been no messages regarding the dis
aster received in Manila by way of Suez and New York, so It may be taken
tor granted that there Is not much known of the conditions In San Fran
cisco. Cable FromNew York
The Honolulu branch of the Yokohama Specie banlc yesterday morning
at 10 o'clock dispatched a cable message to the New York agency of the
bank, via Manila, Inquiring for information as tn the fate of the San Fran.
Cisco branch of the concern.
"Let us know if the San Francisco branch of the Yokohama Specie
Bank Is safe or not," was, In clfect, tlio wording of the messjgc.
Almost twenty four hours later, nt 9:55 o'clock this morning, a reply
was received at the bank from New York, by way of Manila, as follows:
"Probably offices burned; officers probably saved."
Manager Klshl of the Yokohama Specie Bank remarked, referring to the
above: "The word 'probably,' It secims to me, would show that New York
knows very little of what has happened In San Francisco."
Market Street Was
Not Under Water
The stoiy of tlio water coming up
Cables received from the operato
yesterday and this morning to the fol
"Water coming up Market street."
This was a service message recel
out to the public for general Informatl
trantcrlblng the message an error w
"Fire coming up Market street."
This means that the city Is not sub
was sent, The destruction therefore
by the fire that followed the first sever
An nltei native writ of maudiiinus
was this noon Ustied by Judge ltoliin
t.011, on Hie petition of the Kiiplohiul
Kslulo, Ltd., through Its utlnruc). C
W. Ashfiud, a gnl mt IjiiiiI Commission
er Piatt it dliccts Pratt loxU1' the
petitioner a palcnt lo certain luiida. or
to appear befoiu thu Court on April 3u
to show cause why ho should not do so
The petition, on which the wilt wua
Issued, alleges the following- tacts. The
Kajilolaul i:t.ile U the nEHlguec tinA
giui'tec of all tlio right and claim
which Hie Into King Knluktiuu had In
tlio lauds at Kepioo, lu Walalua dis
trict 'this tract of bind, which In
clude!! ,"ij'i ucres, wus olTcicd for uatu
ut public auction on Apill 21, lbS7, by
Luther Aliolo, who wus then SlluUdcr
of the Inlci lor.
It Is shown that nt this auction Klnh
Kulukuua wus (he highest bidder mid
had Hie tract knocked down to lilm for
(170 n memorandum of tlio sale being
luniln on the government's books It Is
nlso alleged Hint nn patent bus ever
been Issued cnnvejlng title In the laud
lo eltliei iho King or anyone else, mm
tlio petitioner bellevi's It Is entitled in
have surli a patent issued. 1 he pitl-llouei-ls
not pieelsely Informed wbeih
ei en not the puidiubo pike has ever
Not a Carnegie Library, but the
works of your favorite authors, at
home where you could put your hands
on a book to suit any mood. Books
of humor to Jolly you up; poems for
thoughtful moments; history and
works of like nature for study; and
standard novels by celebrated writers
that are as far abovo most of the pop
ular slush of today as a Turner paint.
Ing Is above a common chromo.
You can buy your library on the
easy-payment plan and remember,
even though you make a small begin
ning, a library soon grows.
8ee the display In the window of
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co. on Fort
St. below King, and Imagine such a
library In your own home with books
of your own choosing.
Wm, C. Lyon Go,,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
Entrance on Hotel street.
Maikct street is exploded,
rs In San Trancisco were published
ved by the local office and later given
on. It appears that In the baste of
as mado and the sentence should read;
merged or was not when that message
teems to have been done almost wholly
been paid, but It shows, that othei'
lauds, which were told ut (ho saino
tlmo mid under the same ilrcuui
MiiniiH., and which wire pure bused by
King Kiihikntia, were paid for hy lilm;
mid the petitioner therefore believes
that the King paid for this tract also.
II la fuithci Lhovvn llinl tlio petition
er bus often nuked the Land Commis
sioner to deliver It a patent for tlio
land, nnd has offered lo pay tlio $170
wllh Intcicht f i cm (lie tlmo of (ho bale.
I lih offcir litis, turnover, been lefusid
by Pratt, who claims Hint the petition
er has no right to the patent cither
wllh or without thu pa) incut It is a bo
hliowu (but Hie land lu iiuesllon con
sbts of u long stilp, leveraging 1100 foci
In width, running between two gulches,
unci that II is H)0 feel ubovo sea level,
mis never been teuicd, used or cultivat
ed. 1 1 in t It bus nut materially changed
lu value since thu mile, and that it is
unlit foi an thing except jiasturuge,
The C.ei mails upend on drink In n
j car ubout f 700.01)0,1)00, which Is Hirer
limes Hie cost of the army mid navy
combined or sovcii (lined tlio cosi. ut
prlmarj ediienllon to the country, and
almost euunls tlio national debt,
Tlio vvoiJd i.m pnly 1P,000,OQO,000 tons
of lion ore available and the supply H
likely to inn short lnldu of u century.
Jnaiiiiln Jcho Andrudu bus filed un
application for a !th class liquor llcemo
nt Ahiialoa, Ilnmnkiin, Hnwall Any
piotests against the Issuance of thU
llernso should bo (lied In this nlllco by
Simula, Slay 7, 1900.
A. J. CASIPlir.I.U
Treasuier Ten limy of Hawaii.
Tieasurers olllce, Honolulu, April
17, WOO, 3J01-31
Walalua, April 1. 100G.
H. K Stnbue, Ksn , President of Ilia
Hoard of Trustees, Wnliiliin Church.
Sir Tlio commillco appointed to
collect money lo defray the expenses
of cuing for Iho following Sunday
hchuols: Knncohc, Wulknue, Iluuiiia
unit Walalua, nt Walalua, Onliit, on Iho
fitli day of Murc.li, 1900, beg to report
Hy slilmerlpllons S 100 00
lly concert US OU
lly eoutilbtillons (Sunday
-March as, 11KIG 7.1 'JO
I 2C8 SO
As per bills lu tlio bands of
Iho eunimlttco 17: 00
Cash balance $ 1)0 Ml
Tilings oh band sold 11 00
Amount on hind t 110 80
which wo have turned over to the
Treasurer of tlio Church.
The committee wlshus to extend Us
thanks lu Hie subscribers for tlio gen
ANDIIUW i:. COX.
oscAn p. cox,
J. K. KAIAUUI.
Ilenjainln H.Tllhnuii.Tfio South Car
olln.1 si'iintor wboio recent attack on
President Iloosevelt occasioned wide
spread comment, li ono of tlio inosl
plcturcsiitio character of tlio uppci
branch of congress. Tlio sobrbitict ol
"Pitchfork Hen," which lip earned even
before his entrance to tlio senate, wni
applied to lilm on account of the wnj
In which lie referred to drover Cleve
land tnvvnnl the eloio of the Inttcr'i
second term. Tillman vvns then gov
ernor of tfnutli Carolina nnel n cmull
daio for iho senate. Ho promised thai
BOJATOll lltNJAMIN 11. TH.T.UAN.
If elect cl be would use n pltrhforl: on
tlio president niid later In n speech nft
er ills eiitrmieo to tho ueuuto called
lilm "Iho bull necked nnd Idolatrous oc
ciipnnt of the Whllo House," tit the
sniuo 1 1 1 tic referring to Secretary Car
lisle as "the Judas from Kentucky."
In addressing mi audience the sena
tor iloej not bellevo lu Mattery. He
was oner lilssesl at n meeting In
Charleston unci broke out with:
'"this In thu lirtb tlmo I've tried to
polio some senwi In tlio beads of you
people, tint I Giippnio you don't want
It, mid I think you'd better bent your
drums nnd stmnpedo like u lot of cow
ard", ns you did tho second tlmo I
cmno here. Ypu nro n set of old fossils,
am) jou can go to tho devil lu your
own way. I don't wnnt your vote's."
Ono of tho famous episodes lu tho sen
ntpr"" en hit was his encounter on the
floor of tho senate with his colleague
from rtnulli Carolina, Sir. SIcLuurlii,
the two men coming to blows anil be
ing punlshesl by tho senato by tempo
rary suspension from inemberMilp nnd
cxpnlslon from the chamber. It was
during his administration as governor
of South Carolina that tho illspcnsnry
law was passed. Tho enforcement of
tho new law occasioned riots, and In
their suppression tho governor ruled
for n tlmo Willi mi Iron bund.
Senator Tlllinun was born In Edge
field comity, '. C, In 1S47. lie. left
school to Join tlio Coufcdcruto nnny,
biit mi Illness which testilted In bis los
ing tho sight of ono eyu prevented bis
beng a soldier. Tlio character of tho
South Carolina member is n puzzle to
observers of batloiuil events and tioo
partlclpatlng'th them. Ills frlcnds'say
tbht ho Invariably preseijts bis worst
sldo to the public; tliat bo Is n man of
great ability, a genlnl companion nnd a
tiro enter only when making n political
The BUSINE6S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle-
tin and )lio Weekly Ed(tlon,.glvea a
concise una compieie resume or an le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building nermlts and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75i per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per yeap.
Tho lato rtrlke nmonc nostnl nnd
lolcginph employes Iiuh convinced tho
HusFlan liovoinmciu mat women nre
mot ' lellublo than inon, nnd hence
fell lb only women will ho accepted in
tho postal mid telegraphic classes.
Thus In tlio courso nf tlmo nil tho
ldut.es will ho occupied hy vvupien,
Local provision houses nrc not fear
ing any Rorlous food shortage ns n re
sult, of tlio Hun l-'rnnelseo horror. All
mders of provision for the Sonoinn,
mil'iposed tei sail from San rrnnclsco
lodny, luivo been duplicated In the Ala
meda's mall for shipment from Seat
tle. 11. II. Paris, sccretnty of Hie .Mer
chants' Association here, has made nn-
uiiuccmcnt of this facL
A v Islt To Venice vvoulcTfiol TJo"c6m
pteto without nt least n glimpse nt the
famous llrldgo of Sighs. Celebrated In
rohr nnd story, In history mid In ro
mance, this structure has become a
favorite with the nrtlsts who now flock
to the "Pride of tho Sen," ns Venlco
tieel to bo known, nnd conio buck
Indcti with canvases showing Vene-
Tin: iiiiiii'iitiii'Hiiiiiii is M.vun.
tlnn sklei mi 1 cinaH nnd gondolas
The l'.ii'iri of SI 'bs sp-ins tho I'lo
delta I aitlli nn 1 cm iee the ditenl
pal ico villi Hie eimerl. or jir'wns. H
ilnles fron l'i'l mil Is nil i'll'illeal
nreli thirty two fec-t iiImivo lb- water.
tielcKed nt the Mdc-i mid nrriiitl ovev
liend. The bridge enn'nlns two rep
nrate n.ns.icpa tbrougli wlile-li iirNon
"rs we-re lisl tJ trial or Id hear their
do nn proiioiineiil. Over lids bridge,
too, lbey vvero often led on their v.'fl
to execution. Sliinv n person lu dnyH
fjnnc bj, when Jti'iileo w.tj not nii'tecl
out with ns utui'li falrncw no uow,
went over tlie brldgo to meet n Iragio
fate wl'in not gullly of any trlsie.
'I lie plcturo snows it ruri'W.f'rooni of
brown oak unit grnjisn plaster.
A comfortable sofa, with cushions, Is
tho most prominent article of furniture.
Ilebliid this stands a scrvcii which bides
tbo foot, nf n brown oil: staircase lead
ing Inio nn upper room. Over the rail.
ng of tbh liungti n bright colovd jus.
Rlmll'ir rug i decorate the finer. Tilers
Is it iarge fliept-iee, sunnoiiuteil by a
mnitel e-ovensl wllh attnicllvo pictures,
Tho furniture Is'of Imiwti oili, to mtitcii
the wocsl work.
The ctillro clfect of the roam Is sim
ple, unpretentious mil l--incll!:i.
it. nni.A nvrsiK.
Investigation Is to be made by u
commllteo elf the New York Lnbur Con-ferem-e
concerning Hie conditions lend
ing to tbo murder charges ugalust M oy
er. luvvuod anil Pcltiboue, uvvultlng
dial lu Dulse, Iduho, for thu killing of
rx-tiuv ernor Steiiuenberg, lu the qmi
fereiuc lo bo Held lutvveeii tbo com
mltleo mid the prisoners, Hover nor
Hooding of Iduho nnd cithers will be
present Tho prisoners nro kept In Iho
rrnltcjitlaiy vlillo awaiting their trial,
n It Is considered mt this Is snfer
mid more cnnvenlent for the locnl offi
cials Sixteen out of the twenty-one ling
Hall eoionatlniiB that took place be
tween William II nnd Illlzahcth. both
Incliiblve, weio held on u Sunday.