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VgltlrtO BtTLTJTiN, HOKOttTLP. T.'lt.. THUnSDAY, SCPT. 27. 1D06.
i BUSINESS MEN SUPPORT REPUBLICANS
I! ' j'
STOCKS JtOUIill! FRBELY
THURSDAY, .FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Hosiery Domestics Laces
Ladies' 35c lose
' Special at
20c per pair
Ladies' $1.25 Hose
75c per pair
These are our regular 35c Ladle'
White Lace Ankle Hot which we of-'
fer for Thursday, Friday and Satur
day ONLY, at the exceptional price
of 20d PAIR
ANOTHER DIG HOSIERY BAR
GAIN We offer for Thursday, Friday and
Saturday ONLY our regular $1.25 qual
ity Ladlca' Silk Plaited Dlack Hose at
the extremely low price of 75d PAIR
FRUIT OF THE LOOM COTTON, full
yard wide, regular price
Friday and Saturday
1212c,yard; SPECIAL for Thursday,
ONLY .. 10d PER YARD
MADAPOLAM, 36 Inches wide, soft finish, regularly sold for 12 1-2c,
our price for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.. 10 Pr YARD
FINE APPLIQUE LACES, In white and ceru, Just the thing for
trimming white or colored dresses; regularly sold for 20c and
' 2Sc per yard; our prlco for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
ONLY lS'.id YARD
Store Open until 9 pm. on. Saturday
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd,
Cor. Port and Bertatanla
ll-JtJVlUliu KJ u , , ..T J rniiii .11 j. i.u
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are some ol
Libby's (SSS) Food Rroducts
Ask our grocer for them
Our tiookt.t, "Oood Thlnxt to EM," milled frr. Send
Ave I cent aturpa for Ubbr'a DI AtUe of the Wotld.
Llbby, McNeill 6 Llbby
'If tho business men of this city
nio not supporting the Republican
ticket as they ncverdld before, I don't
know what the list of contributions
to' tho campaign fund means," said
tne of tho Republican workers this
"Wo havo every representative
firm of the city on tho list and wo
have not hail the slightest trouble. In
obtaining contributions, nor hnva I lie
t'onors been critical of tho ticket or
party management. During no cam
ialgn that I know of has tho response
for the slnons of war been mnro sat
isfactory. "As I look over tho list I am Inclin
ed to the opinion that II business men
read In tho Advertiser that tlicy
should not contribute, they tako It as
r. sure Indication that thcro Is no
doubt of tho entire worthiness of thu
Republican cause and the Republican
"It can bo truthfully said that wo
have the solid support of tho business
"And why Bhould wo not?
"Candidates whom business men en
dorsed were placed on the ticket, and
tlio platform declares In plain terms
for whnt tho business men naked.
"Republicans nro working togothcr
for victory In splendid shape. You
will find an occasional buccaneer, ono
of tho chronic knockers, who Is follow
ing tho morning paper lead, but tho
solid men of tho town nro Mujlng
with tho Republican party mid Us
"Of course wo havo to work. Hut
wo'll win." ,
M has m
Tho I', M. 8. 8. Siberia nrrhed at
Honolulu this morning, tjlng up at
the Nnvy dock at 8 oclock. The SI-
hcrlu has a big pai.scnger list, ninny
of whom stop off here. Tho lint In
cludes two touring parlies, one a
Cook's and the other a Rnj motid's.
There nro IXC cabin passengers, 2J
steerage und 198 Asiatic passengers
Kltty-llvfl cabin passengers, 1!) steer
ago and ono Asiatic aro for Honolulu.
The Siberia brings no freight for
this port and will tako nouo on board
hero. Hor cargo consists of 1000 tuns
for Oriental ports.
Mr. llalley Is first ottlccr of the Si
beria this voyage, taking tho place ol
Mr. Ludlow, who has laid off. Mr.
Uallcy used to bo second offlier two
.tears ago, but went east.
Tho vessel jeporta a pleasant and
uneventful trip from San Frnnctsco.
Sbo will tceunio her voyage to the Or
ient nt 5 o'clock this afternoon.
The Siberia passed t'uo ktcnmci
Hllonliin two days ago, and nt 1 o'clock
jtstcrdjy morning passed the Sono
ma, burning signals to her ua sho went
Among the passengers of tho Siberia
aro n number of missionaries return
ing to their posts In tho Kitst. Rev. U.
R. Ililrcl Is en louto fir Shanghai. Mr.
Ringer, of Messrs. Holme, Hlngcr ft
Co., of Nugssiki, agents of the rnclnt
Mall at that poit, Is returning to Japan
with hlri family, after haiug mado a
tour of Huropo. A number of prom
Incnt people of Honolulu returned on
tho Siberia from tho Slates.
Any womnn who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Nervous er
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos-
tlvenesa or General Weakness
needs tho Hitters to mako her well
again. It has cured thousands In
tho past 50 years. In canes of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try a bottlp.
Tho San Kr.tnclsco Recorder of Kep-icrop of their plantation totalled 3(w0
lembcr 18 mijk. , "" '" excess of the estimate and IhN
Oroiiiea Sugar look an active put1 taken with the 'firm tone In tho New
In this morning's icguliir K-sslon of rK H"Br marges, niiows ino i .. i-
. - .. .... ... i
tho Stork and Ilund Kxchaugo. Y
pany to linieiso Its tlltlitrnd. Tim
tcrdny tho stock sold nt $17.G2tt t.i..i st?K sold this Hunting, !:. dure it
from nil iippearamoi a largo i.inniliy & "' closed firm nt 3tr,0 bid
of stock could have been purchased nt "d $10 nuked
that prlio. T..1ay tho flock nil I tip The hilan.e of the rugir market wan
Iront 37.C2I4 to VJ. A total of 7,:j",a,l)- with no great nclUlly or change,
hhnrcs changed hands, tho bulk t,f , IMauhnii told 275 shales nt $18 MM
which sold at .ta. 'Ibis compjny u llutililiisoit rold 6.. share at IIIW.
reported lo hnvo had n vcr) sucicssfiiil
ear and rumors of tin IiicpmsoI
monthly dividend ftom .lOo to Wc tire
heard In tho tlrect 'I ho New Yoik
sugar market still remains steady nt
48e, which also has effect on "nil sugir
Tho balance of the sugar slot kt te
malned firm, with Mnkawcll In To
lend. This stork sold 2M slmri nt, Hawaiian
MAKE UP Till
T. H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited.
To Builders, Contractor s and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
O. B. REYNOLDS,
7S7 ALAKEA 8TRCCT NEXT BAIL ORS' HOME.
Tho Democratic convention met nt
Kona ycalcrdu). Tho olllicrs wcio:
Uhilrmnn, R. 11. Makcknii; scctrlary,
U. Hwnllko; Interpreter. Chas. Sllll
mnn. The nominations resulted as
County Sheriff. Kcolanul.
Auditor. Chas. Magulrc.
Attorney, Chas. Williams.
Clerk. David Kwallko.
Supervisors Huiu.ikui, W. M.
l'urd); North and South Kniui, Kulul
waa; Noith and South Kohala, J. F.
Woods; North Ililo. S. K. Kcakl;
South lillo, W. Todd; Tuna, Kama
hclo; Kail, O. 1. Shlpman.
Deputy Shcilffs Hauiakua, John
Kcluinileole; Nurlh Kona, J. N. Koo
moa; South Kona, David llakor; North
Kohula, John (1. Lewis; South Kohala.
Knwal. Jr.: North llllo. Malulanl;
Puna. S. 11. Haahco; Kau, J. K. Kc-
Senators R. II. Makckau, P. I'.
Representatives Humakua, Nalcl
Iclinn Nal.l: South llllo. 8. Oahana, J.
R. Kerry; l'una, Nalllma, Jr.; Kau, J.
M. Kaoull; South Kona. II. l. Ann;
North Kona. J. M. Iklho; South Ko
hala, It. M. Kunlho.
Evening Bulletin 75lJ per month.
The meeting of the Fiib-co,nniltUc of
tho Republicans of the Kuutth Dis
trict wns held last nlglit m tho
llungalow to deride on campaign mat.
J. It. Uoyd of the first, stutcd that
In his precinct 1108 had registered nml
that there weio about liiu left, mostly
tu the Walklkt end of tho precluct. He
ktntcd that tho outlook wns ury en
louraglug that all thu Repuhlliau ul
era would bo rcglstcrnl.
i;. lliiffiindenu stutid that It wuuhl
bo harder to register tho voters In htn
precinct on account of the fact that It
Includes Manoa Valley and .Koko
llcid. He had no doubt of uncrlm;
tho Tcnltory well.
Cl.iienco Crabbo hlatcil that his pre
cinct was cr largo and that tlicre
was a great deal of work to ho done,
At tho present tlmo tho outlook, he
inld. was viry good fur tho rcglslra
C. W. Holt stntcd that in the Ninth
thu illstrlil was large nnd u good deal
of "work was needed as It covered the
I'umubowl and the nun on tho Nun-
Waller V. Drnko was unanimously
elected tre.imirei of tho dlstrlit suh
rnmmltteo to Inndlo such funds as may
ho needed for the expenses of tho cam
paign. On motion of II II. Murray the
(halrmnn wns authorized to appoint
n committee ot thrisj In nrningc cen
tral places for meetings throughout tho
campaign. Col. Zflgler appointed
Clnicnro Crnbbe, Sum Johnson and J,
Thono present were J. II! Ilojd, flco,
Mnlle. C. W. Zelglcr. Chas. Coster, Sam
Johnson, J. II. Gorman, II. !:. Murray,
C. W. Uooth, W. K, Drake. B. A. Ijng.
J. K, Holt and Clnrcnco Crabbo.
Not wishing to compel o with the
Alameda dance of tho Hawaiian hotel.
Manager Cburrh has decided to post
pone until Saturday evening tho dance
to ho given at the Seaside In honor ot
tho Mongolia passengers.
was m BY
f3ii and f1i'rj.
thares at $ltr,u.
Hutchinson soul 1U
San 1'rnncUco, Sept 21 -follow Ins
nrc th'' quotations for Hawaii in cusau
rtoclts on tho looal txchange irtcr
day: Hid AskCd.
.... Sl.i S7
llonoliai Sug Co
Hho Recorder ot the 13th sas
The sudden rise In Onomca 3utr Onomeii
stock which Ins tikrn pHcc tor IheJ'aauhau
past few das nnd which has sent lLo
price of that block up from HJ.u0 on
September 1 to $3W,0 today wni hl
counted for this morning by th re
iclpt of n cnblo from Honolulu by 1M
ward l'otlltz & Co. Tho Onnmni fliiK
ar pcopla havo Increared their rRl.ir
monUily dlldeud from 30 cents to CO
Hutch. S P. (!.
Kllauea Sug Co
Union S. Co 'A -
Do pool . Ill's
Salts 60 lliwall.in O Ac R. 187 50
Honokut Sugar. I3.S74j 25 Htitrhln
son S. I'. Co. JU7C, 70 liutihln'or H
1. Co, $ll.74. 75 Ouonua. JH), -'5
Onomea Sugar. I0 2.". CO Onomc.i rfug
nr, Jin.W; f.O I'antikiu 8 V Co., JI8,
cents pa)nbIo on Octolier E The total 300 I'-iauhau S. 1' Co I8
EVERY FORCE OPPOSING DEMO
CRATS COULD MUSTER WAS
BROUGHT TO DEAR TO EN
COMPASS DEFEAT FOR HIM
HE CARRIED CONVENTION
ON FIRST BALLOT
NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN MR.
MACK DESERTED HIM AT THE
LAST MINUTE AND JOINED
WITH AN ACTIVE OPPOSITION,
P. E R Straoch
Thursday. September 27.
Stmr. Iwnluni, l'lllz, from Shcildnn
wreck, 12 nt.
Fine Job Printing at the BuHetln.
i i 'i. m -
cd III vain for tho third party candidate.
Murphy Is Mum.
Cauga swung Into the anil iieursi
column, too, and sent u delegation
headed by Auburn's former Mn)or,
ThomaB M. Osborne, promoter of the
Albany conference, who was lonimcii
ded to tho Democracy of tho State ns
n clean, roiirngnous, iiipiiblo candidate
In this end ot the State duties P.
Murphy was significantly mum, whllo
the Kullhau clan nnd Manr McCl'l
lan's allies declared that Hearst was
impossible aB a Deraocratlr candidate,
nnd that tho Tammany delegation un
der their control would not support
him In tho convention.
With tho report that Charles 1
Murphj's sentiment for William R.
Hearst had greatly diminished Blnco
the primaries, nnd tho emphatic state
ment from tho Hullivnns that In no
nrcunibtimco would thoy accept Mr.
Hearst as a nominee, camo tho pn
lounecment tonight that n lommltleo
of well known Democrats will tall nn
Mr. Murphy and Patrick II. McCurren
tomonow In tho Interest of Represen
tative William Sulzer's candidacy.
Uttering a warning lo Democrats
who aro contemplating u betraal ot
tho party by favoring tho nomination
of W. II. Hearst, District Attorney Jc
lomo said today that thcao men might
iiicccod In botralng their party, but
that political death would bo their
Hlgglns May Withdraw
Whllo ho spoko ho referred to Cms.
P. Murphy nnd W. J. Conners us for
mer bnrkoopcrs, and said Huso men
could not aajl and deliver true Demo
cratH like bo many cnttlo. In this con
nection ho snoko ot Mr. Hearst ns n
lluffalo. Sept. 26. Win. Randolph
Hrnrht was nominated on the first bal
lot for finiirnor ot New York. He had
SC3 Mites, Sillier 120, Dlx 19.
Some Idea of tho bitter fight which
Hearst won Is given In tho following
dispatches from mainland papers re
ceived this morning:
Now York, Sept. 20. Antl Hearst
rcutlmcnt swept tho State llko n t
lihnon today. -
When tho badly battered Independ
ence! League took stock ot what had
happened. It found thnt Krle County,
under tho leadership ot old lino Demo
crats had declared for tho nomination
of lluffalo'H business Mayor, J. N. Ad
am, for Governor and that all, or
nearly all, of tho twenty-seven .dele
gates will vote for him In the Stnto
convention. Moreover, It Is ccrtnln
thnt adjoining counties will swing In
to lino for tho lluffalo Mayor, thus
making his candidacy formidable.
Onnndago County, stronghold of or
nnnl.nl Inline will KOHll hIv Hlltl'
Hearst men to lluffalo, as ngnlnat "political marauder" and declared tho
threo eanturcd by former Mayor Jas. I Democratic party In mis htnio wns in
K. Magulrc. who workcil.and stump- no Imminent danger ot having
Death of Chun Afong
Announced By Cable
PROMINENT MERCHANT DIES AT RIPE AGE
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and thip 70UI
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, (26 King St. Phone Main 56
$2700 1-nrgo IIouso and. aero Lot on
Car Lino near f.oo. Kasy payment.
W500 Blegant 11-room modern Resi
dence . Stiiblca, Outhouses. Lot
170xS10. Will ho cacrlfleod nt 1-2
$1300 fir. Cottage nt I'liumit nr. I.lllha
Terminus. IM 73 x 1D0. Health-
tost place In Town.
12250 Cottage 011 King St. nr. Wat-
klltl turn. Lot f.0x2.r.0. best reel.
tki.cn district. Kasy payment.,.
10 per cent. Cash. Will dottblu In
value next two yinrs.
$200 Several fin 11 Ilulldlng Lots, nil
cleared; nt I'uuiiul. 2S Cash; ba
niiio monthly without Interest.
Theso lotB nro tho best In town for
$75 per annum 10 years' lease on
1 1-2 acres of lovel land, rich soil,
free from Btoncs. near Kallhl Tor-
And Other Bargains.
NO- 74 80UTH KING 5TREET.
News was tills morning received by
cable of (he death or Chun Afong In
China. Tho cahlcgiam was received
by Illshop . Co., who state thnt no
particulars were given regarding tho
death. It Is presumed that It took
place at Macao, whero the deceased
had made his residence for the past
hlxtcen jears. Owing lo widespread
family connections ot the Into Mr.
Afoug, In tho Wands 11 b well ns on
tho mainland, his death In an event
which Is bound to attract more than
Chun Afong's t urcer was an uxci cd
lngly plituiisqua ono. Ho was born
in China, but emigrated to Hawaii, ho
Ing otiu ot tbo first ot his raco In ar
rive in the kingdom. In spllo ot tho
fnct thai ho wad n poor man, without
lulluenco or friends, when ho landed,
extensively patronized u'y the white
After thu death of his partner, AH
Chuck, Afong continued tho business
alone. Litter 011, ho went Into the su
gar business, having acquired tho
lauds of I'epcekco and Kapakauca, In
llllo district, Hawaii, whero he estab
lished tho plantation known as thn
I'epcekco Sugar Co., which ho lator
on hold out to Alexander Young.
In I SOU Afnni- left for China for thn
last time, and than resided In Macao
over since. Deforo ho left ho settled
a certain sum on his wlfo nnd chil
dren. His business artalni hu left In
the hands of H. M. Damon. Ho waa
about 81 J earn old at tho tlmo ot his
Mr. and Mr, Afong had nlxtrt'n
children, of whom fifteen llvo lo
ot William A. llcnshnll, tho atlorney
who wub drowned when tho steamship
Rio do Janeiro went down In San
Krnnclsco Bay n few )cars ago.
Albert Afong, tho stock broker.
Henry Afong, who resides on nor
Mrs. Julia Johnstone, tho wlfo ot
Arthur Johnstono of this city.
ft-i rnrrln ntf-pH. uhn Is married
lo J. M. Rlggs, with Hnckfcld & Co.
Tho children who nro not1 on the
Anthony Afong, who Is In Macno,
whero he has lived, with his father for
Mrs. Martha Dohcrty. tho wire or
Lieutenant Dohcrty, who Is now nt
home Army post on tho mainland.
Mrs. Ktta Whiting, tho wlfo of Ad
miral Whiting, now residing nt Ilerk-
Mrs. Hesslo Hums, Itio wlfo ot It.
Durns, an Insurancu (nan ot Now
Mr. Mclalno Drowsier, who mar
ried W. Rrcwstcr. who wns for n
tlmo n partner IA thu Honolulu I'hoto
Supply Co. They aro now living In
throat cut by such .1 man He Uiir
ncterlml some of the Ihiimmi na "pollt
leal cowards and time imtvits"
There wns 0110 crumb of totiitort for
tl.o "Independents" who would be res-
uHr. Momoo Count) i:no Hearst n
few delegutos, but I'M 11 there, (leorgo
Raines, who Is bitterly opposed to
lie arm was elected nt a delegate ai.d
his Influence as a jirly lender will In
everted to prevent tho IK'mocraiy
fiom wandt'ilng after slrnngo gods.
Altogether II w.irt it 1ml day for
1 hurst and tho Oilso) House tliipio.
There was Insistent report that Hlg
glns would withdraw from tho Repub
lican race for Governor nnd that tho
I arty would unite upon some man nr
eeptablo to thu President.
Herbert ranotis, "tho giant killer,"
who routed tho bonnes nt Iho primar
ies wns Hie guest ot thu President nt
RAISED CRY TOR SULZCR
New York. Scj t. 2, An nddrers
signed tho "allied Democratic organ!
rations ot Now York to Democrats,
delegates and voters of Now York
Stnto," culllug for a straight Demo
cratic ticket and platform nt the Htato
convention at lSuIfnln In tint opposi
tion to tho Independence l-caguu, un 1
Indorsing ComjiOfEiiian William Sui
ter for thu nomination, was Ibhiicd tu
The address bora the Hlstntures ft
the following Democratic tro Hz
lions t-omprlsliig tb ) nllleil ill s. Tl -'
Nntlnnal Demotrntlc Clug of no City
of New York, lltn .lefferson l.tagu ,
rcprencntlng thu iniiimlttco of 1(1
citizens; thu American Anll-Tru.t
League, tho Urynn Ilemocrnlle Lcagiio
nnd tho redern'Ion of Worklngmen of
the Stnto ot New York.
They art- attested by "William 1'.
Mitchell, thnlrm.iii, nnd Henry II.
Mitt tin. si ciilnr)."
The addrexg rails upon Democrats
throughout tho Sluttt to save lit" par
ly front "Iho foes of Democracy who
reck only Its disruption nnd plot only
hla energy nnd marvelous hUHlncbs mourn the loss of Iholr father, onq
ability Loon raised him abovo this li v
cl, nnd soon after hla arrival ho en.
gaged lu mercantile busluesii.
In 1858 Afoug married Julia I'alr
weather, a part Hawaiian lady. At
the came tlmo hu was naturalized an
n Hawaiian citizen, thn law of t'
kingdom providing that no alien ctmjii
mairy a Hawaiian, In tho meantime.
Afong prospered lu buslnt'33, and he
ontercd Into partnership with Ah
Chuck, a wealthy Chinese met chant,
whemaftcr tho two .cnrrlod on busi
ness together for a number ot years
tinder the film namo of Ah Chut it &
Ah r'utig. Their business was u largo
ono. Ihelr ttore being one ot tho larg
est and best supplied In' the city, and
liming died lu Infancy. Tho children
who nro now In this city am as follows:
Mrs. i:mm.ilnn M Mngoon, tho wlfo
of J. Alfred Aftgoon, Iho attorney.
Mrs. Nancy L. McBtnckor, who mar
ried Krank II MiStixker, tho former
innnagtr of Iho Ohm plantation.
Miss Mury Cathtrluo Afoug, who In
lit. lug with her mother nt their Nun
mm Valley roaldcnco.
Mrs. Alice Lilian Hutchinson, who
was married to Dr. Ednon I.. Hutchin
son, tho dentist, hut wns Intor on di
vorced from him.
Mrs, Mary Humphreys, tho wilo of
Mrs. Helen A, Henshall, tho widow
HOME RULER AND
Labor Party Men
Th Democratic County Coiiimtlto
held a meeting last night at which It
endorsed Charles llioitd of the Itepub
llrnn Iibor t'nrty, nnd Kalatiol.iilnnl
of tho Homo Killers, for Renalnrn, unit
Joo Krru, nnnlher Itopuhllcnn U'tbor
IMlty nuiii, for tlupt'r.lKur,
'Iho only position left vacant 011 the
Duinocrallo ticket Is Hint of ruprcreu
tatho from Walalua. T110 Dcmoiruta
are Inclined to endorse Mahou. the
Homo Rule candidate, but ure wnltlng
to sco ot the Home Rulers are recipro
cating, before, they tlo("so.
Mr. nnd Mri J. II 8into3 aro llir
Imreiitn 11 ( a hoy, born )cjterdny moin-lng.
MACK DCSERTCD HIM
Now York, Sept, 1U. What Is re
tarded as the beginning ot tho end of
W. It. Hearst's clTort to coerce) tho
Democratic party Into nominating Mm
for Gowruor developed today. Nor
man H. Muck of' lluffalo, member of
the Democratic national comiulttco
and ono of tho lendein In thu llcurst
movement, Isbtied n letter dei hiring to
his Assembly District convention Hint
he could not boo bin way, lu Vlow (if
the nomination of. Mr .Hearst by his
own Independent e League, to support
tho idllor furthor. '
Mr. Mock also addressed a letter to
Major Adam of Vuffulo, requentlng
him to allow thu use of his namo as a
candidate for Covt.rnor. Mayor Adam
irpllcd thut tho prlen paid for such
ttirronder ns the- itcccptanra of thu
Hearst candidacy wns beneath tho
dignity of the Democratic party und
inhl thnt It was the duty ot nny Deni
es rut in net opt n nomination "and
itnnil or fall, ua might be, by the cool
old Dt'inuuatlc wa)," for tho princi
ples of the paity.
When this correspondence wnB
jitsBlng tho utiio Democratic Asi-em-Id)'
Distlkt cumtiitlons of Krto Coun
ty met nnd Instead ot Instructing del
1 rates lor Mr. Hearst, ns had been ox
letted, made no mention of his uamo
nnd .eleelri delegates who, with onu
or two exceptions, will under no clr
lumstnuces oto for Mr. Jlearsl.
Hepui'H fiom many qtiaitirn Indi
cate that tho buojanry Is rapidly ps-
raping trom iho Hearst inathluu and
th.it It Is coming down llko the stick
ct a roiltot.
GILL EDITOR AGAIN - ,
Kdwln 3. Olll, fnrnierl) editor of tho
lloiioltihi Republican and well known
lu this city, has returned to tho news
paper business He Is now edltoi and
manager of tho Seattle Dally news.