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EVBMINO nUU.HTlN, HONOLULU. T. H TUESDAY, OCT. 9. 1000.
Pacific Slated 7:33 p. m.
Hon. Con:. Regular 5 p. tn.
Lsl Alalia Chapter Regular
7:20 p. m.
All TiiHlagr mtM ol,tfie
6r w eerway InrttWI U at
-ivd n.iD( of local ludgea.
4ftMOtft LOOOftNa. 9, k 0. 0. F.
Mta ery Hominy vo.'&j at 7:30
il O. a f Hil. Fort dtr"1'.
K It IIKNDt'.Y' faetvtiirjr
r f iiii ri. r v it
AH vtiUlrg hro.hr Try cord I Ally
MYSTIC LODOB, No. 2, K. CI ?.
Mftftt amy Tiiotwlij vnlng nt
7 J'i o'clock Hi IC. at P. Hail. K'.ip
oin-nt. Vtsttln hrothor cordially It-TlH-r.
O J. WHITISHRAD, 0 0.
P VVA1 tiRON, K n H.
OAHU LdDOB, Mo. I, K. of P.
Mmt vor Friday cvcDlrx: at
K P Ha!'. King Hirct, nt 7:30. Mem
IW 0! Mynv'i I. in. No. 2, Wm. Mr-KlnIe-
L111I co No. 8, and vlsltliig
fcroti'r vnrilliUy Invited.
A D 1IONI), C. 0.
A . KENWAY, K.ri.8.
KuMV.ULU LODGE 61o, B. P. O. E. ' j
H- uoltllu Lodgo No. tU6, II. P. O. 1!., ,
vi 1 meet In ;belr hall, m Miller
bum lioietanla streets, evtry Friday
" ' nig. I
y order nf tho C. n. 1
HARRY II. SIMPSON,
H K. MURRAY, E.R.
V- M'KINLEY LODOE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evenlnr ti
7.V0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
otrctt. Vliltlug brothers cordially In I
vlUJ to attend. ;
M. M JOHNSON. CO. '
E. A. JACOUSON, Klt.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
VoetB on the 2nd and Hth WCDNIfF
PA.T ercnlnss ef each month at 7:.10
tfcloek In K. of P. Hall, King ttrct.
Vlkltlng L.iglu4 ure Imllcd te ti
CAM McKBAUJE. W.P
II. T. MOORfi. Y. f!.-cj
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. 0. H. M.
Meotb every tecond nd fnurth Order now and have a stylish, long
FRIDAY of each month in I. 0. 0. V- j wearing, wcll-tittlng cult made to your
"!'-. I order from Una handsome material.
Visiting brother cordially Invited to
tuccl w.P.DRAKn.siche.. W. W. AhanaS Co,,
A. 1., .UUUl'ilX, lj. UI U. I
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. CCS, Y. M. I.
Mcet.1 every tnr" and fourth Wed
nesday ot earh month at Pan Antonio
Hall. Visiting broii 1- mjlally In
lcd to at end.
r ; odd " cy.
T. l'. Mci nil, , Pros.
las Generators I
1 Superior Light tu all others,
Aceytlene Gs Is superior' In quality, 1
.d cheapness rarilatet less heat, vltl-1
:e the air lej and has no injurious I
feett on th eves.
For .urther pjrtl-i:Ul Inqvlrs !
,1oWI"- , .,, , .. , ,
Alro C.ilc'um Carbide of all slies, In '
rums and smH car.s, for Gcnarntors
nd Automobile Lamps and all tires
md grades of fljt Mantle? and Gail
Wnchinflrfnn I tirhi f n I
II ttkJIIllwLWU JJJjLlll Wli 1
0. W. MACrAHLANE. Mansger.
Telephone Main 143. HJ Msrchsnt Ot
As to their ne-it icss or shabblnesa
.Duslnasc men. ycu'lt admit It Is
mor.- pi ofltabk. If this Impression to
rtistoinera or prospcctlvt customers,
iu cue cf ncatnecs.
Why npt, mako that kind cf an lm
pr'.sion with yojr delivery wanon?
fii-mg it 1 us and we'll repair and
r'punt it at k low charge so well, it1
wit do so. I
' QUEEN ST. TCL. MAIN "17.
P. 0. BOX 103.
' W. ZEICLER Manager
1 tunl: hookti nf oil sorts, ledgers
-tt , manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.,
Of Out Glass
that constitutes eo much of It charm, i
cinnot kc proscived Indefinitely by the I
mere use of caap and water. The
beautiful facets and prisma take on ,
after a time a dull and llfelesi look '
beyond the tench of ordinary cleani
Ing and polmlnng agents. There Is I
c.c thing, Inwovcr, tliat will restore
the original fno and brilliancy to cut
rilats quickly eml enclly, and that Is
tin application of
Lewers & Cooke,
Tliat um. Wo liuvo tilts
Koodifl jinil thu know
now. . oettof Mndn
water wnj over Hurvuil,
& Co.. Ltd,
177 3. KING ST.
AniVytJVJVVTViiVW)VtJVi.P,, ' " -"'ai lauo, 11. .mininsii, wa.-
Tel. Main 193
P. 0. Dox 192.
Lord and Reiser.
Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Dlack and White Send and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH A KnWAIAHAO ST3.
Wear Woolen Worsteds
A new and complete line of both
Lngllth and American manufacture
now in stock
02 King St.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
postqh duildinq, fort street,
can be obt.nneil by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHF.S CLEANING
CO-, Alakea Street.
J I '"J CS. a
' ' v
nuhanu ct. cor. hotel nnd king.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FOT STREET.
O. FAR I A
FINE 8UIT8 FROM $15 UP.
made In upto
date :: style,
HOTEL epp. DI8HOP ST.
Clcthes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING COv
J, J. Fern, foanayer,
RltbarJb near Queen Ms. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to, j
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
3HT Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Mnrn la rlrtn mllli uiArda Um ...tU
iui u ib uviii, w itu rrwiui iiicmi Willi i
hands; and Bulletin Want-Ad. words '
arc the busiest words In the world.
Tho (Ik)lio Willi U cheaper.
Itctjister or loce our vote.
Ahum for hire 111 I'cr. Xtitiuva.
Your grocer iHl' Pol llrcakfnft Pood
C. II. Dement ileparted this noon fur
Otflco of Registrations, basement of
Tin- St. Clement 'X Women's (luild
will weei loilnv at 3 p in.
The real thing In coda water n,a
utiv he lind nt Rem on. Smith & Co.'s,
Mystic Lodge, No. i II. of P., meets
tonlrht In K. of P. Hall. Kins street
Hrnry May & Co nre (tiling fie.
sample packages of Pol llrenkfasl
Receiver Conaiit of the Parker llatirh
hi hcen appointed malinger of that
bauijue lino of ladles' hosiery In all
desirable colors half price nt Uliim'l
Setrftary A. N. Canipliell of the
Henry Wnlerlionse Tiust Co. leaxes fur
tho niftlnlnnd today.
On Prlday at his salesroom Morgan
.vlll r"I1 n iliolio lot of biioKa. Be"
ad.. pnRe S.'for 1IM,
An Interesting travel lecture wan glv- ,
en at the Normal School last night U)
IlM Jiisentiltio Locke. I
Dopoilt your valuables with the j
Hctiiy Wni.-rlioupc Trust Co.. Ltd , dur. ,
ing tli03e Ixirturlotis nights. I
II. I. Mur. haa hrcn npiiulnteil (oni '
ail.'tloncr of deeds for Honolulu hj
Hoiernor HlRc.In3 of New Yen It. ,
llcokkeeper ,lciinuxt of the tionn-1
lulu (las Co. I1113 resigned. He will
teao for the Coast November I.
I Lukn Rogers has returned from Maul
1 md Is clipping horses nl the old stand, !
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LUillf'i 1XIIIH illlU I'llIICIIOUWI Eiri'l'lB. j
llo.itswnln Ci-.imcr. of the linmpnrt
Sheridan, was tbl.cn tn the hospital yi-i- ,
Irrday. He has hecn hIcI: for eevor.ii
Nearly ( 1000 In pilio money uai ills. I
trlhuted to tl'e gun crews or the battle. I
ililp WJiconstn dmlug l.cr slay In tlilJi
Trent your Iron roof to a coat ot
"Arable." There. It no better pruscrv
nllo made. California Feed Co.,
The oteamcr Nlllinii arrived ycilir
ilay morning from Kauai. She left for
tlie fnmo Island last night with 11 euiga
S I ot co-il.
b The ease of J. II. Mngoon. nuard.ar..
5l.. ........ 1. ...... " ..
umnisxcii nj- jikiko no in 11 nils morn-,
Note the lUt of now books nnw inland for 11' tug to ton out after her.
jlawiilliin N'cwsf'o publlahcl elhcwlicru
In this Issue.
The uiot popuUr tctlw
f the) year,
A first elnsj mechanic desires n sit
I u.itlon us ur.ichlnltt. Ims.luul 11 gnud
I deal of plantation experience.
!, this ollku.
1 Wnlklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
I norr.ln. AccommQilatlon, supplies
'and attendnnco iibaolutoly first class.
I ITm-.tt bathing on the bench.
Win. "McUiiald, who returned fimn
V'mv Orlc.um In tho China, left today
fur IJon.i. where he ban ncccptcd n pu
iliion iih chcmUt for tho Komi Develop.
ini nt t;o.
I lie Devauehi'llo biothcrs arrived
fiom Motokal Saturday' In their launch,
1 lU'V brought n load of nplhln, nnd lu
tein! to reniulu hern to wink for Liu
l.ca for Sheriff.
Why not equip your camera wli.'i 11
Zfl- near lens and kicatly InrD'atu
Ita cap-ibllltles. Ready for Inspection.
1 wlih Winnies of woilc. at Honolulu
In the dhorco enso of Sarah Aliipul
1. .Mm Alapal befnro Judgo Do Doll
I this ii'ornlng the divorce was granted
, and thu Ilbellnnt granted the custody
of tin' two minor chlldien.
1 Ilcmcnil'cr a delicious dinner at the
Ipopulir prlro of one dollar Is seneu
every evcnlm; 011 the grc.it eeml-clr-culnr
Innnl of the Se-isldo Hotel. Uert
value for tho money and cuolcat plucc
I In town to dine.
Month's celebrated Huston baked
benac v. Ill be wild r.t sample pilces for!
a lew days nt J. M. Levy & Co.'s to In-
j ticduce them. Half price. during the
male. .Samples daintily nerved In u ,
Irh.lmi; dish befnic you buy them. I
1 'lublnson. one ot the histrionic stnra
of tho battleship Wisconsin, Imbibed
too much oil of Joy one clay last week
and forgetting blmrclf m fur us to go
aboard tho hhlp circled In civilian togs,
n3 promptly chucked Into'tbe brig.
Five lois of government land em thf
Maklkl hIoikm overlooking tho city will
b9 sold Tlumilny. They range In Blzu
rom 11.0,0 sqiinio feet to IHLii.OMiunic! KnM 0ct svlro Governor Ko
feet. J he. tinse' prices run from WM UPto ,ln8 lcpa W0lmiIClI y ,,,,
q cfo'ld .cd',1," ll, lCr'"S "r l""" '" U l"Twn by terrorists.
considerable number of the picm
tiers of the crow of tho tug Iroquolii
yestcrdny afternoon attended tho fun
eral of Robert Schroder, hto gunner's
mate I'. S. N who died nt his home
Jcstciilay morning. Tho dei eased hkd
terved for some time iilioaril tho Iro. ,
quol3, Ho lcivcs n widow, who lives
here. Ho liiul no children.
J. M. I.lltlo lius lealgned his poslthiu I
as chief engineer of tho tuij retries I
lo becomo superintending engineer at I
tho recently Incorporated Miller Hulv-
uso Company. Jnmes Delanoy gets his j
promotion fiom llrct ns.ilstaiit chief to
Chief eiiBlneur of tho Fearless, tho po
I sitlein of first ns?lstaiit being llllcd by
James Murray, formerly of tho Klnau.
I General Manager Ocorb'o (Irny Ward
I of tho Pacific Commercial Ctblo Com
pany, accompanied by his wlfo and
I their daughter, .Mrs, Hough, Icavo for
I tho CoaEt today In tho Ventura. The
I Mongolia utchlent nt Midway cut short
1 their stay heio nnd after only about a
week's visit In Honolulu Mr. Ward
I Hods It ncrcshary for him to proceed
1 lo Now York.
I Land Cc.inmUs.li)iier Pratt lias glen .
his preliminary notice of sevcnty-oi,e
j lots of land In North fillet. North Ko-I
j hula, Puna nnd Ilnmnktin which will
1 toon bu open for settlement. Sotno will
bq orfcred by pppllcntlnu nnd some nt
'Iho land-i inentloited aro
flu:: :;7 acres In tho nggrcgato. tho
erago Mdo of tho lots being 10.87. The
lands will bo opened to induce sinal
ucttlcr3 to tako up homesteads.
ariftiitfiltiitfiWiiiH-ii JfM'i'iu III Mill iVMKuM?'jfo'ita' '"Xid&lsU- vJute. ' '
Do I iNeed
don't need 'em,
I can't read. If I
could read I'd cjet glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
I No. I
A BOSTON D
r. ' vrrPiS." .'iJ ir,"v " - . ,.j..
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FKNCE &. MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDG., 17C180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
C18SE Id HIE
The Ccrniau s'llp lnrle Hnckfeld,
r.nni.iln Crni... nrrim.i 1,, 11.1.. ,.i..r,,i
-'""". ...r ...w ,,
111 S:39, after lylim outside for the pabi
twenty-four hours valilnc fur em.'igli
ihie. - so to tnke her into the harhnr
, g,e v.n nlghled ilT Dl.11, ond Head all
To'elock yesterday iiiorulug. ,ii
night she was tim-nnifn-tilil cliue tii'niiiiwer the loiiundniin .hen ho faeid
the locks, nnd wr.s Jurt on the point
1 Jt anchoring when n light breeze
hprang up, which enabled tier ttf elf.iw
nway from'her ilrngerous position.
I'or r-cvef.il ilayji the Mario Ilarkfeld
has been baffled by light or contrary
Aluds.-' All May Sur.diy nbn n. near
Alololeal. Hho railed from llrctnerlnv.
en !:;." il.i)s ago. The cargo of the ship
(uutilgl? of cement, rait, gin, etc. Shu
will he In iirt hlmut Hnee weKs. dlR
rliniglng her raign, when Hho will snll
for the Kcnnd In ballast.
1 LAME WILL NOT
(Continued from Paqe 1)
Lane, when iiecn ohoii the matter,
(OiTol.niaii'il Haivey'u Htntement, my
I lug Hut lie understood htm tu say
I pu wh.it Harvey Kays lie said.
'I am certainly not on thu fence.''
(aid Lcne, "and 1 don't think I will
over bee nine n Democrat. I am, and
hno always been, n party man, nnd
I am n Ihm believer In thu principles
or the Ui'iiubilcnii parly. I have, been
Instrumt'iitnt In thu drafting of thu
lilies of the party ever slnro the
i.tnrt. nnd hnvo nlm been n party tu
tho nmendnicutH nnd changes which
hnvo been made since then,
"I nm too good n narlv man to
throw Ir down for pcisonnl reasons,"
tontlniiiil Lane, "and I nm going in
work hi thl3 campaign as hard ns
I'Vcr. As a inntter of fact. 1 will ho
unii of thu spenl.crs nt tho nieeMng nl
Pnuna lu'iionow ovenlng, and I shall
probably nccompany the Republican
Candida a on their tour nroinnl
Island next Thursday."
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
VOUNDED VICE GOVERNOR
BATTLESHIPS SENT BACK
Havana, Oct. 8. It hits been derided
Hint tho battleships Indiana nnd Ken
tuckv are not. needeil hern ntul ilmv
,invo ,. r(IprPI, , rplrn , tho
N. .,,..,. nrp.
"m" At""lt'c "c
Witahlngton, Oct. S. Tho llrltlsh
government lina niccptcil thu modua
to New fuuiulland Il3h
Washington, Oct, h. it has been tie
elded to build tho Panama canal b
tho contract systom .
Mlnnenpolla, Oct. ?. The flrct snow
of tho kcaeou fell ycEtcrday.
LOS ANGELES FIRE
Los Angeles, Oct. 8. FIro In
Chamber of Commcieo building
iluu.O'JO dnmago. '
All prior-registrations aro null and
void. ' -
(Continued on Page 2)
. ft- J1',
IN TWENTY-FOUfl VOLUMES,
Dcautlfully bound and Illustrated.
DY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In H.uvard Unl.'crtlty.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGE5J;
MODERN HIST'ORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Casy Monthly Payments At
Wm. C. Lynn Go,
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
If l'oka dniuk was uhlu In paint tv.o
beautiful black ejes on the phyclug
uomy uf Plllplll and to uwnt him no
mightily. thgt t lie swnteu hud to go to
the hospital to he patched up, uhnt
would "avo happened If I'ol-i had not
been elrunk? l'oka did not attempt to
Judgo Whitney this morning, lie lucie
ly said he did not. And thu Jiiilge
gazed Ihuughtfiilly nt thu mashed coun
tenance of Plllplll and remarked. "I'lvs
Hollars and c03ts."
Tho enso of Captain OUseu was naaln
railed In Judge Whltncy'H court this
morning, and imother continuance was
alien, by consent, to October 10,
Asurukl Imbibed thu csscntu uf Joy
jestcrJay. Today lie contributed J:i
mid costs toward the iiiiiiiJug expenses
of the local government.
Frank Avnrluot was called upon Iu
pay t", nnd when ho eiuno up Iu
l'dllic Court today on tho charge of be
ing ill link.
A Chluoso is always ready to gam
ble. Rut he is nUo icady tu pay cheer,
lully for his fun. Bo when Ah Shct
1, ml Ah Sam and ten other Alls wen.
nailed before iho piesldlng genius ol
tho Polko Court today, charged with
having so far violated tho law and the
ilntutes as to bet their spare change
In n gnmo of palkou, they merely grin
ned cheerfully when Judgo Whitney
murmured "$3 and costs." They pung
lcd up mid deputed Joyuusly.
C, JolniMin, thu gentleman of color
who sir far forgot himself us to try to
nifko n gct-.tway with thrco bottles of
gin belonging to u Jaraiicco taloon
Keeper, tcld the Judgo today how
ill unk ho wns when ho did It, uud. In
view of the fart Hint during Mx muntliH'
icsldcnccuii thu Irland ho hnd managed
to keep out of Jail up lo this time, Judge
Whitney let him off with ton days.
Two bundled peuny-iu tho-slot ma
chines which supply newspapers nro
now in Ufe In Ilcrlln,
Tho honeybee Is not nlvnys nb sweet
ns Its name Implies.
Hofsohlaeg:er Company, Ltd.
It. H. Hcldford was today elected n
member of thu Honolulu Stock nnd
Uond lchange. Mr. Hefdford Jitir
thascd the seat oeeupleit by the Into
Albert Haas, thu Henry Wnterhoiiso
Ti list Company nctlng under power
of uttorncy for Mm. ltnas, tho widow.
The purchase price Is paid to bo $3,-
The fir.leth birthday or Captain SI
iihtbou of tho Mnima Loa, the old Hag
ship of thu Inter-Inland ttect, wns re
membered In fitting style by his many
f 1 lentil,', and tho gullnnt captain wnB
Hi ictclpt of many eongintnlatlons
when he arrived nt Ills vessel this
A pleasant gnrjitlso aw-altcd the
Captain when ho entered his cabin.
Dm Ing his absence Itjintl been com
pletely transformed, having been dec
orated by friends during tho night.
Long loin of mnlle nnd Ilium hung
rver the bunks nnd from thu wulls,
covering a backgiound of grcy-frluged
guiss, very much rc-pcnibllng the pill,
fiom which grass houses nro made.
T he effeit wns unique nnd the decora
tions exceptionally tasteful. A Hpo
elal featuro wns furnished by several
lure old Hawaiian tnpas which wero
!nld over tho couches. A Hawaiian
Bible, blng In n conspicuous place,
completed tho nrraiigcmcnt.
As today Is tho last day uu which
Vetera cm reglklcr tho Hoard of Ri-gla-
trjllon will hold 11 continuum tctslim,
nllowltii; only for meals, until mid
night. At U o'clock this mutnlug tho
I'ourth had registered S.13 voters, of
whom 12 had been disqualified, ns
ugaluut 551:1 last election. At the bame
hour the ITfth had reglsteied 3"1G, of
whom 1.1 weie disqualined, as ugnlnsl
! I'.i'.l last election, showing that the
Fifth will ..rob.il.ly havo more votew
this jearthaii It had nt tho former elce-l
DOTH PARTIES GET READY
(Continued from Page 1)
Ireu admission to thu fainona Zoo
garden Is expected to pmvu 1111 Irre-
mjiiiiIu attraction. 1)11 Saturday a
great Republican rally will bu held ut
Aula Pmk, al which suvcial well
known spellbinders, who uru nut can
did lies, will speak.
At Wednesday night's meeting thu
speakers will hu us follows: C. 1'.
Chllllngworth, L. I,. McCamlless, W.
O. Smith, J. II. 8. Kajco, B. A. C.
Long, K. W. dullili, W. T. RawllliH,
A. I). Cnstio, John A. Htighec, A. M.
Hi own, J. W. Cnthcnrt, F. T .P. Wn
tcibntise, D, Kalatiokulanl Jr., Jame.i
llicknvll, W. W. Harris, S. C. Dwlght,
A. V. (Jcnr, Charles Iliistaco Jr., lieu
At Thursday lifght'u meeting (leo.
A. Davis and County Attorney Doiilh
lit will mount thu Mump, together
with thoso of thu candidates who do
nut mnku thu tour around thu Island.
Thu Republican meeting at Kwn
mill last night wa's u good onu iu ev
ery respect, according lo thu reports
brought back by thoso hum this city
who went down then1. Thuio nro 83
voters at Kwn. Flfty-slj: of them weio
piescnt at thu meeting, a proportion
which shows tho Inrgu Interest tbuy
uiu Inking in thu campaign. A num
ber of speakers went down horn Ho
nolulu to nddrcxK the Kwa voters.
Among thoso wero W. O. Smith, I..
L. MeCundless, C. F. Chllllngworth,
F. T. P. Wateihouso. James lllekiiell,
KtilUnpu, Knlamii uud John Do Files.
Theso speakers, us well as i.omu Uwu
laleut wliliTT also mounted tho atiimp,
A,:ilCH '.i'IPMNO IN THU IIARLV l)IS
7 r 'Fll.SWf
were well received, nnd wero satisfied
with Ike evident good result of tho
TRIAL OF FORD CA8E
(Continued from Pago 1)
be called on to testify If she nrrlves lo
day ns she should.
In Ford's deposition ho stated (hut
he had been on shoro the day on which
the trouble occurred and that ho had
tnken n few drinks but was not by any
means drunk. That on returning to
the ship ho got Into nn ngritmciit with
somu of his shipmates In regard to
nationalities. This was terminated by
a Spaniard grabbing him around thu
legs and throwing him to the ground
He defended himself then and ufter
wnrils went down to his dinner. Ill
Mated that when ho was nnested ho
wns In his licit h nnd thai ho had seen
one ot the otuccrs of tho shin point him
out and tell the police oulcer to nricst
The only witness put on the stand
during the morning was Olllccr Knaua,
who nncited Kuril. He stated that he
had been instructed lo go to the Oceanic
clock by his lieutenant ns thcro was
rome trouble, there. That thcro ho
met Captain Clark, tho dock supciiu
tendent nd Iho l'Irst Olllccr of the Ven
tura. Tho latter took him on board
and told him to nncxt Ford, whom hu
toil nd eating his dinner. Ford asked
to he nllowed to get come clothes nnd
disappeared uud was not found (III
some time Inter when ha was in Ills
bunk nnd was again put under an est
by the Instruction of the Chief Olllccr.
In the cross-examination thu ilcfciiKi
attempted tu nhuw that the polliu olllccr
had been ordcied to make nn arrest by
his superior anil thux throw tho Mill
for damages on the Sheriff nnd the po
liceman Instead of the Oceanic lomp.iuy
but the witness stuck to his original
Tho turn which the raso will take
hccms to ho this attempt to saddle the
rult on tho Sheriff. So far this ban nut
been done but what remains tu come
Is hard to nay ns there arc n number ol
wllncai.es to lie put on llics taud foi
both sides. Attorneys Derby nnd Kin
ney for thu de(eiiso nnd Dunne and
dear for tho complainant.
Bryan Has Ignored,
Washington, Sept, 8. Tho Demo
cratic campaign management Is thor
oughly rliagiined lit the way It Is In-
"IR".ly 7,i!BJ"lI" t",w;,y " . '""
1B 1,rJMtP,,1 ,y NNlllh"" J' llr)n"' ""'
au before his iclurn was expected l
as uxpectcd tu
hurry Into tho Congicsblouul cum
palgu and help carry the House.
Secretary F.dwtird sent I1I111 11 let
ter to New York In charge of Colter T.
Ilrlde ot Washington, 0110 of llryan'u
w.iim friends, llrynn has never 1111
kwired tho letter uud shows no ills
position to work under tho Congrca
iilon.il comuiltlec. Instciid, he will go
Sculh to talk (lovcriimcut ownership
Just what tho commlttco doesn't want.
Thciu Id 110 doubt tho Democratic
campaign mnungement has lo.t nil
hope of carrying the House, and ibcy
bl.miu llryan's (lovernmcut omicikIiII
addi ess for thu situation. Dcuiociallu
clihorganlzatlou Is eiuph.islred by thu
closing uf thj Dpiuou-ntle Natloinl
Commit Icc'r literary bureau here. Dry
1111 and government nio blamed ulsu ful
fills. Chicago,' Sept. 25. Tho annulling- .
mcut wns made today that thcro will
bu no orchestra or other mimic nt thu
new theater, 1111 endowed concern which
Is toon to open, Thu managers do not
caie to mix in labor-union rinvj, mid
will dlspeute with music altogether. In
defense ot tills action thu management
rays that tho Comudlu Fruneulso In
Purls has 110 orchestra. Neither lias
any pluyhoiui where Ren Greet up
pears. in the first two months of Iho en
dowed theater eight plays will bu pio
heiitcd four short and four long ones.
Two will be American plays, two Ihig
lish, two French, 0110 Ccrmnn and one
Spanish. Four will bo modern and
four KHtiime iilnys. The piospeetlvo
patrons aic anxious to nco what effect
It will hnvu upon players to come 011
without music. There is 11U0 anxiety
about how to (111 tho Intrriutsslonu. nl
though tljla tlmo will piobubly bo cm
lloed in visltllng by thu iiudlcuce.