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RVHNINn hUl.l.RTIN, IIONOMJI.t', T. II . TlllinflllAV, JAN. 2UI9Q7.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THAT WILL BE FINE: lKUHI EXPECTS
I ' M THE OPPOSITION
THE BURNS NIGHT SMOKERi "uncle Joe-
Last Three Days for Specials in
At Prlcea Almost Cut In Two
STYLISH DRESS GOCDS
HOMESPUN SUITING ,
Gray mixed. 56 Inches wide.
$1.00 quality HOt yd.
DLUE MIXED 8UITINQ
Lb lnchi wide,
56 Inches wide, All New; Brown and
$1.25 quality 85 yd.
Double width, 90c quality .. 60 yd.
NAVY BLUE CHEVIOT SERGE
All Wool, 60 Inches wide,
$1.00 quality SO yd.
ALL-WOOL FANCY SUITINGS
SO and 54 Inches wide,
$2.00 quality $1.25 Y
BLUE MIXED SUITING
All Wool, Double Width,
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS
All Wool, extra wide,
SHOCK AT KINGSTON
FOLLOWED BY PANIC
The 2.' Hi of .Intiunryt
prldu Scotsmen In ever)' part of tlio
world assemble An Hint ilny Id ilo honor
to the memory of the humble Ayrshire
hard, who linn risen to a poslllqn In
the affections of his countrymen anil
of Dm lover of song In general which
I Han rraiirlseo, .Inn. II Tho Ittpro
Willi w lint . proncli to her. i:uoimh that Scotland's, suntntlvo of llio Territory of Hawaii In
eyes were opened In limn lo succor Congress, 1'rlncn Knlniilannolo. nrrlv
Detailed dispatches from
lliy, Jamaica, rIvo IIic follow f lift stor,
nml honor those who horn IiIh name, led hero eslenlny on tho Vcnttirn, on of the Kingston eiirllniiakc
and that now sho cherishes with nirhls way to Washington. Ilo cxivctii The rlly of Kingston, wllli lllty-fhi
undying love the memory of Hubert
Wnvcrlcy llnll will bo tlio rendei
voim of tho Honolulu Scottish Thistle
is without imrollcl In tho nnnnls or Club on Friday evening. They hnvci
lllcrntiirc. Ksschtlnlty "one of the roI together n program worthy of tiie
Irt-oplc." he hiui been taken clone tolnlRht. Chlcr .1. f 1IKII1I will preside,
the henrtM of nil men. Time linn only! Piper It. Kroner will opru thn tnuxlr.-jl
helped to deejtcu tho love for him who part of the jiroRmm, followed by I),
BLACK FANCY CREPONS
Double Width, $1.00 quality 50t yd.
ALL-WOOL MIXED SUITING
Double Width, 90c quality. 30t yd-
FOUR GREAT LEADERS
WHITE SILK GLOVES '
Buttontess, sizes 6, 7, 7 1-2 and 8,
' 65c quality 5 pair
LISLE 8UEDE GLOVES
v In Black and Gray, all sizes,
iCOc quality 10t pair
ULACK TAFFETA GLOVE3
2 Buttons, all sizes,
ODD LOTS OF SILK AND LISLE
.... . GLOVES
In breken sizes, will be marked
C3V HALF PRICE
WHITE SUEDE KID GLOVES
Elbow lengths, sizes 5 3-4, 6 and' 7
$1.50 quality at 05c Pa'r
R. & G.
AT LESS THAN CATALOGUE
This may seem remarkable and no
doubt Is, as. under ordinary circum
stances we would not be permitted to
cell them at less than catalogue prices,
but these are lots that we are going to
discontinue, hence you get the bene
fit; they are ALL NEW,, Up-ToDate
50c COR8ETS 35J
75c " 55
$1.00 " 75JV
$1.25 " 95
$1.50 " 81.15
$2.oo " S1.05
$2.50 " 81.00
$2-75 ' 82.00
$3.50 " 82.25
sang ho sweetly while ndvcridty rtoft-
l,cd him throiiRh IiIh entire life. That
lila eountry was niggardly lo him
while nllvc giving him n stone when
lie 'asked for bread, and then piling
mnntinientnl innrblo ovor "the jxsir In
l'alillniiL below," Iiiih been often a re-
PI If H T
V. Anderson with "There WnH n Ia.I
Was Horn In Kyle," I ho poet'ft quaint
teenrd or his advent Into this woil.l.
HcfrcshmentB liquid and solid w III
bo 111 evidence, and a glorious night
Following In the program In full:
l A K T .
ah hf .. c. Mrum
I 'i tier Fiv.ier
to Icavo this evening. .thousand Inhabitants and thousands ot
Tho Japanese undoubtedly nro lw' tourist, wan prnctlrally destroyed by
coming n rnclor In tho Islands," hulu terrific cnithnunkc yesterday after
nab!, "It Is clearly recognised (hero! i.ooii, estimates or the dead run ni
that tlio Issue will lieromo n rritlonll high lis 11100, n iiiajorlly or whom weie
one. I do not think there Is any firm
gcr or thn JnpH becoming Amerleim
tlllscns In numbers surflrlent to etinhln
Inttu to serure olltlca1 rontnil of tho
Islands, principally because they nro
nil Imbued with mi Intense patriotism
nnd would not ho wllllnR to glvu up
nllcRlnncq lo thn Mlkndo,
negroes. The only rorrlgner of prom
llienre known to bo dead Is Hlr .lame
To add to (lie luleiiM' ImjKirt of tin
disaster wns the presence lit Kingston
lit thn time uf some or the most dis
tinguished men flud women or the
llrltlsh empire. Among them were Ilia
.Song, "Tiikiik Was a I.ai W'ah.Huii.v i.v.Kvi.i:''.
IK II'. .1 ndcvimn
Twist , "Till; J.MMOI1TAI, .MkMUKY Of Iltllll'.IIT lll'ltNn''. . . .
Her. A ('.i'. MniL-inttish
Smir, "Tin.rM.viti'ii o'.tiik Uamkiiox .Mux". . .('. li, lUlmuml
Tonct, "Tin: I'isksikiixt of rut: IJmtkii .Status"
....!.., Jkpuhi Attorney fivyciiil M. l' I'lincscr
Kccitiilioii,. ".Tiatoriir I'ahtkhmji;" Inmvx .1. Wilder
Vioi.t.v i SKi.KcrrioN . . . .11. ,. Iturliley
SollfT, "TllKiliAMi o' TUB liKAI.''. . . . '. . .',. .V. (I. Ltl'hujstlliio
Toitst, ''Tiik I.A.Mt of Ui'itxs" i . . . .Hubert Gallon
Haoi'M'i: Ski.i:utio.v .. . . . 'i'xt Fivncr
Trio, "Wit.i.n: liiiKWhu a I'kck o A1amt".1.
Mexsrx, llinrliiml, lilriiiiAoiir uml Edmunds
Kong, "Tiik No.no ok tiik K.miikiant". . . . 1 . . .Ultris. Jrnkiwt
ToiiMt, "Tiik Ktxo ami Qukkx"
"(Ion Savk thi: Kixn.'M
S K (' O X U V A Jt T'
ToukI, "Tin: Lam. Wk Live ix'
(. S. DiKlrirl Attorney It. V. Ilrerkvns
Sung, "(S viwv .Iiiiix" Clllfnrd Kimball
Soil!.', "On I'm: A IlllKATII Of Till: !Mo()ltl.AMi"
C (t. ltrliiiKltine
AT A SUBSTANTIALCUT l,N
BEGINNING ON MONDAY
$1,50 DED SPREADS . 81.15
1.75 . " " . 81.40
$2-00 " " . 81.65
$2-25 " " . 81.75
$250 " . 81.05
N. S- SACHS DRY HOODS COMPANY
-4ii-f mi m kiuiyiu yiMtti uit-f miuimi mi MiMfyiMiiiiif-i(t's
Has Stood the Test of Time
VL s ct elms cs Jt
There Is no
It has stood supreme above .11 oth
ers through years of constant uso and
has never been equaled In quality.
YOUR-GROCER HAS ITI
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Soiifr, "Pathh-k -MoKkxxa"
Toitnt, "Tiik IIaii"
Soup:, "Ai'tox Watkii" ".
Itti'itutioii, "Tam o' Siiaxtkh''
Sung, "Loch I.omo.vi "
Tonhl, "Tiik LAssks"
Song, "Tiik Hiiikh o' Aiikiii-ki.ov".. ,
'Joint, "Tiik Piikss"
"AULD LAX(i SYuVK.-"
Jitmen A. Wilder
, . U . Manley
-.(!. IX JuIiiuiikIh
i i '. . II. A ndemoii
, .', II'. L. Stanley
The chlcr measure which I slm'I . Dirl and Countess of Dudley, Arnold
press In WashlnKton wilt bo that re IKoralcr, former Serrclliry of War; Hall'
cently urped by I'rcshlcnt Hoosovelt'Cnliie, the novelist; Arthur Cluimbcr-
In n messiiRe, tho return to llnwnll of
7.1 per rent, of tho customs houso re
ceipts, (or tho furtherance of Kiivcrn
iiieul piirioses there. Tho receipt
down (hero nro over $1,230,(11)0 n year,
and tho Territory rnnks uloveiith
nmoiiK all tlio stales nml Territorial
of Jho Union In thnt respect. Tho
Rovcriimentnl expenses do not exceed
20rt,nnn. nnd It Is hut rlRht thnt wo
fcliould lutvo soma henont from tho In-roiuo.
"Tho Rreatest obstacle I expect to
moot is that or' Speaker Cannon. Ho
has tried to prevent tho hill from Imv
iliR a hearlliK."
Many Honolulu Men Are
M UN IRWIN
Miss Helen Irwin, dmiRliter of .Mr.
nnd Mrs. William 0. Irwin, mado hor
d( but Saturday nftornoon under pleas
InK rlrciimslnnres, at tho homo of tho
yoiini; woman's parents, WasMngtou
I'l.d l.aKiiim streets. Tho Irwin homo
was mado additionally attractive by
the decorations of rare flowers and
Miss Irwlu was presented to society
by her nether, Tly debutantu was
becomniRiy attireii, and mono a most
favorable Impression us tho gracefully
assisted In recelViiiR'tho guests. In
tlio receiving party wcro the following
girl friends of tho (lobutanto; Miss
Julia Langhorn, Miss Mnlslo Mnghorn,
Miss Mary Keenoy, Miss Iioyd und
Miss Margaret Hydc-Hmlth.
During tho nftcrnooii an elaborate
flinclieon was served nml niutjlc was
rendered by nn orchestra. Kxitnilnur,
v k" Vt 8fg,i'8:gt'ii't :
between the cost of Kerooene and Electricity and the, de
grees of comfort and satisfaction obtained from the two
lllumlnants that It seems itrange that Electricity is not
Installed in every home. Cleanliness, cheerfulness and
comfort arc admirably sprveri by the Incandescent Light
and home is happier and hiallhier for Ita lit,e. Call uo up ,
on the 'phone and we will send a man to talk to you
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
' Tel. Main 390
Murray Hall, N. Y., Jan. 12. Tho
Wedding or Miss Helen (lertrudo Kitch
en, sister of Mrs. Walter Bchultr, ot
this place, nnd former society hello of
Honolulu, to Robert Atkinson, brother
to tho acting Governor of Hawaii,
which took 'place at tho Schultz resi
dence, was tlio climax to a pretty ro
mance. Tho ronmnco began sovoral
years ago when Miss Kitchen, who wasJ
living at Honolulu with her mother, ul
traded considerable attention ih so
ciety Micro ny nor ncaiity ana gruco,
hho mot Mr. Atkinson thoro. A
htrone friendship ensued which son.
ripened Into lovo. Thoy woro engaged
when Miss Kitchen camo to this coun
try about two years ago, and last
month Mr. Atkinson camo to claim his
Lrldo. Ho will tako her back to Hono
lulu, tho sccno of their first mooting,
nd tliero thoy will llvo. '
GUM AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted a nil repaired
REMOVED TO UNION 8TREET.
At Low Rriccs
J. A. R. Vieira & Go.
. HOTBL STREET JEWELERe.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
VMFor Rent" cards on Mia at
tha Bulletin office.
P. E R. Strauch
In tho trial ol John Hlcmseii, tho
r.ns-plpo thug and confessed murderer
nl the Japanese banker, II. Mumikatu,
District Attorney lngdnn und AbsIs-
I'lit District Attorney Hunloy ycBter.
day succeedwl In gottlng tho confes
blon or Louis Dnbnor, endorsed by
Stemscn,' before tho jury.
That part or tho confession which
referred to tho murder at tho bank
was read to tho Jury. Albert I1
Wheelau and J. J. Orccly, counsel for
tho defendant, objected to tho admis
sion of the confession In uvidenco on
tho ground that It bad been extorted
from glcniscn. Judge Cook overruled
tho objections mid allowed tho cotifcs
slon to bo entered, as evidence against
Chlcr or I'ollco Dliian and Captain ot
Detectives Duko woro witnesses.
Dlnun told about tho nrrvst of Biem
scn and how ha was taken to Jeweler
flchrcnd and Identified. Thereafter
Dlnnn, Du3 nnd glemsen went to the
Oyster l.oaf and hud luncheon. Dlnan
also testified that when Dabnor's con
resslou was lead to ijlemHon, ho finally
udmltted that It wus true, und said:
"Yes, that's right. Tho. Jig's up."
Duko suhl that after thn confession
bad been rend to Ulemsen and ho hn'l
"admitted Its truth Blomsen laughed
and Joked with his guards and 8coin((d
not at all worried over anything. Slcm
tien, ho said, was shown tho gas-pipe
with which It Is charged tho deed wur
committed, and admitted that It looked
Ilka tho olio ho hud used.
John illndsoy, u rojiortcr who was
present when tho confession was made..
testified that Hlemson had signed it ot
his own free will. . Ilo was asked how
Blemscn had acted afterward and what
lie answered when ho was asked as H
whether lie had over failed to kill he
fore when lie struck his man. Llmltej
said, thut Blomsen bad treated the
while affair In nn unconcerned niunno.'
and had said that ho had never fullod,
except once In Honolulu, when ho hit
o mun fourteen or fifteen times and
then could not kill him. B. f. Kxam
Iner, Jan 10.
Morn Honolulu men want a chaticC
to bid on thn contract for the t.cpru
xorlum which is to be erected by tho
Kederiil tiovcrument on Moloknl. It
was as the result of this which' caused
It. C. Htnckable. Acting CoHcclor of
Customs to write to Washington that
tho opening or tho bids wns positioned
till March 4.
When tho opening or tho bids was
first postM)iicd nod the date set ns
February 1 there wero twclvo nets ot
plans sent out from the orflco.or tho
supervising architect of the Trcusury
Department, six of these coming hero
mid six going to Sim Francisco. These
six were asked for and given to tho
following contractors: K. J. Ixnl
I.iieus llros, i:. 1. Chapln, John Dug-
gan, C. I). Walker and tho Ittirrlll Con
ttruction Co. After this tho following
lain, brother of the famous' statesman:
Jesse Colllngs, M. P.; l'erelval I'hllllpa,
Olr (Irossley Hnynor, liid Mount Mor
ris, llenulkn lieatoii. M !., and n
number or members of l'urllament, to
gether with Uullcs i:clyn i:tlls .Mnoro
and Bldncy Ticnch, Sir Tlioina.i
llughci, A. I'. Pearson, brother of the
inngatluo publUhcr, and one hundred
nnd twenty-live other dlslltiRiilshed
liersonngcs, all of whom wcro gucjU
nt tho Myrtld Dank Hotel, which Is In
the heart of tho city.
.Monday was ono ot the most beau
tiful days or the winter in Kingston.
The mill shone brilliantly and the
streets wen" crowd! with natives and
with tourists from nil parts or Un
united .Stales und Kumjio who sought
tho wm midline or thn Caribbean, It
bud been unusually calm nnd there
was absolutely no wurnlng of the com
ing disaster. Suddenly at about hall
past tlueo there wns a tearing, wrench
ing movement of tho earth under tho
city, which swayed and pounded vio
lently for over forty seconds. Instant
ly tho frail walls of tho buildings in nU
directions collapsed Inward, bur) lug
hundreds In the. debris and causing
Hid wildest panic among thoso in tlio
ttreets und In the open places, cspce
jall In tho native quarters. Women
and children ran shrieking from the
houses nnd In n few minutes the streets
wcio choked with n struggling mob ot
people lighting blindly to escape from
whut seemed Imminent uiiiilhllnllon.
In the mud crush women wero beaten
uown ruthlessly and ihlhlrcti trampled
A few moments Inter tho second
shock occurred, somewhat less violent
than the. first, and this added to tho
Ireuzy of (ho rubble. A third shock
lollowcd closely und, according lo
some rcKrts, a fourth ami tilth. No
ono Is certain about this. Ily this
time flames had broken out In six dif
ferent sections ot the town and com
menced eating their wny through tlio
Many persons who wero pinned
i under tho debris wcro tillable to extrl-
Hnllnhl,! ntnnglcd In the mesh of live wlrc-i
mid a number were elect rocutod.
Tills ndded to the tumult. .Many (.(
the (sHirrr Inhabitants waited, long
enough to gel together n few of their
prctlom belongings and tried to drnv
them through tho streets. They, too,
loiuiir entangled In thn electric wire
Mill some wore killed before tlio rui
lent could b" turned off
In the confusion of the first shock
thn llrc'llglitiug apparatus of Kingston
wns rendered pnntlrnlly useless, uud
lor three hours tho various fires galliot
M'iidwn unchecked. Storehouses ami
bushiest warehouses, contalulng larg-i
iiippllcs or root uud clothing wcio
licked up by the flames before any ef
fort could be mado lo save them, ami
tho Myrtle Hank Hotel, tho prlnclp.il
hostelry of the city nml tho favorllo
iciort of wealthy tujrlsts, wns des
troyed before tho fire-lighters unild
halt the swct,p of tho blmc.
This hotel Is famous among tourist.'
tho world ocr. At thn time of tie
first shock Us spacious vcrundas were
filled with wealthy truvclcrs frum the
United States and abroad.
With the Initial stock the peaceful
Menu was transformed Into nn excited
Mumpedc. .Mutt of the distinguished
guests did not wult to gather up any
ot their belongings, hut lied with tlio
rest of the Inhabitants to places ot
loiuparatho surety lu the open. Tho
earthquakes damaged the hotel consid
erably, but did not totally destroy It,
!-'o far as Is known none or the prom
inent visitors wcro killed or hurt ex
cept Hlr James Ferguson. Many ot
tho (internment buildings wero de
stroyed. Including tho residence ot thu
SOFT, GLOSSY HAIR.
It Can Only Be Had Where There Is
Any iiian or woman who wants soft,
glossy 'hair must bo frco of dandruff.
which causes falling hair. Since It
has become known that dandruff Is h
germ disease, thu old hair preparations
thnt wcro mostly scalp Irritants, linvo
been abandoned, nnd the public, bar
bers nml doctors Included, huvo taken
In using Newbro's Herplelde. tho only
hair propaiatlou that kills thu duiiijruft
germ. i.. noun, iiiokiusoii, .. u.,
says; "Herplcldo not (inly clonuses
tho scalp Irom dandruff nnd pruents
tho httlr falling out, hut promotes a
now growth. Herplcldo keeps my
hair very glossy. Bold by leading
druggists. Bond 10c. In stamps for
namplo to Tho Herplcldo Co., Detroit,
Mich, liolllster Drug Co., Bpcclul
I Pilln I liAtnunlvn. anil urtf it rii'ialml til first
. fitilfvrl Akv&t nuhn.1 S?fc ftvlttllur. Ibiti ta.jtA '
.., ,...,.... .. ,.,.,. , - .,. ...iprre help could reach them. Their
unable to obtain them as there were
uo more left: William Mutch. II. He
Fries, John Do Fries, John Oudcrklrk,
H. S. Ilcrtlemun, John Walker nml J,
In order thut they might have n
chance to send In bids, Ktuckablo wrote
to Washington, advising that tho hulii
bo not closed till March 1, uud thai
morn sets' of jiliins. bo forwarded at
once. In', reply'ho received n cablo
ino mus woiim
KfUerday paying thai
hot 'bo opcnc'd' llTl Ma
Furnished Dr. collage, Minoa Valley,
Ideal Slimmer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
f1C. per m.
WAITY BLDQ. ,74 3. KINQ $T.
opened till March I ami also
stating 'that 'moio plans uud spec! Ilea -
uons wcro on mo way.
Of tho new men who wanted plau.',
William Mutch was given a set, which
was obtained from Dr. Ilrlnckepliojr,
which he relumed saying bnt ho had
decided not to bid. J. II. Craig found
thut ho had so much work on baud that;
ho was imablo to touch tho contract
nnd II. B. Ilertlcmun stated that he
would not bid as ho thought that all
the bids, would bo so high thnt they
would be rejected and he did not think
that It was worth spending tho tlnta
cries could be heard above the mar ol
the flames, hut lu many rases tho flee
ing populnco paid no heed unit left the
unfortunates to perish,
Tho first shock tora loose thn trolley
and electric wires and thoy fefl to the
ground In n tangled mass. The power
house, strnngo to say, was not wrecked
by the first shock and tho wires In tho
streets carried Instant death to what-
. R BUILD OCCIDENTAL
Tlie Bun Kraw-'Ucn Examiner tsayB:
fieoro v jioopcr or tho Occidental
Hotel Cvlahy applied yostarday for n
pi-rnitt to orcct a ?6Q,0J0 frame struc
ture of three stories on the west side
of Howard Mti'ecl, between Hlxleeiilh
uud Box-nteonth Tho bulldliiR' In In
tended to uoro m tho temporary- Oc
REAL IBTATK TRANSACTION.
Entered for Record Jan. 23, 1907,
From 10;30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
K'mlly P Day by atty to, Joanna V
Day .'. nel
Joaiiha V Day by atty to Klla K I.yon.D
An tone Corrou lo Maria J Vlorra...D
West & lluwn Invst Co Ltd to Pat
rick Silvu I'arltcl
Kapanhu to John T Ilakcr D
Frank C Athcrtoii by rcgr Notico
J I) Athcrton Est Ltd by regr. Notice
J 11 Atherton Kst Ltd by regr.Notlc-i
Catherine J Vlerra and hsb to Terri
tory of llawull . D
First Hank of llllo Ltd lo Territory
of Hawaii , I'arllel
Kdmiind II McClanahan lo B Itaskct
Udmiind II McClanahan by atty to
Kaplolanl Kst Ltd P&rltcl
Kaplojanl Kst Ltd to Victoria Wnrd.l)
Entered for Record Jan. 24, 1907,
F-om 9 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Oahu Lumber & Iltdg Co l,ld to Mak
Win I.I ltd
.Flne Job Printing at the Bulletin,
AVERAGE RICE CROP
Tho latest rlro-crop forecast for Jn
pnn Is i! 1 1 ,1 SS.Or.in bushels, being prac
tically' thai or ti normal your. Tho lin-
proved methods nt cultivation would
havo resulted 'In n much larger crop
had It not been tor had weather whllo
the plant was In flower.
HE SHIRTS we make to order
have a touch, a tone, or an air about "them
that at once suggests dressiness.
Shirt wearers arc beginning to recognize "tht
little difference" between a shirt that fits perfectly
and one that docs not. And its just that difference
that adds greatly to your comfort as well as appear
ancc. ( s
We Make Shirts To 'Order
We make them to fit perfectly; bcsldef they're
made stronger and will wear longer than the
usual ready-to-wear kind. A large quantity of
fresh new samples now on display. It will take
only a minute lo look them over and leave your
M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
The now crematory at Nuuanu cem
etery Is nearly completed. Tliero re
mains hut thu nrrniiglng of the furnuco
before It will bo rendy for use. Oil will
bo the fuel used, nnd thn method cm
llojcd will bo so complete lu every de
tail tlrtl the Incineration of n Isidy
will bo accomplished lu from forty-llvo
mlnulrs to one hour. Tho old method
icqulicd a ficatlng of tho furnace with
wood or nial for hcverulliours licfoiu
tho body was lutinduced,
William Kllcrhrock, formerly an en
gineer In the fire department. Is In
Ulurrgn ot tho crematory and will nor-
over living thing touched them. Horses sonnlly superintend the operation of
attached t business vehicles became cremation.