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Per year, uuynbere In U. 8 l.On
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
latinthrr ship mill the Orel blown tl. t
' TI1I1 win refused
Admiral .Selm-giUon hns been for-l Klie was 011 the .lnl of ItikliiR Ihel
1....... 11- i.. .....1... i...... ...... Inntl iiHirnlnr. nliil wlicii fill' went Into '
., , , , ...., .I..-.,,!.,., i'llf II. Ill' nun nil lliei niiiin m-i-ii im-ii-1 "
A.nftr,,.. ihea.iii m '" "K'' ' ,,,,, , j..,,, , tliw,.iu nmtt ! had unl two heavy Sim
Merrl.Hi.,. Asm-elatlon n..mach , , , It, which could I- unit anli-sl '"'
D the.,- It in. n- or le talk. serious , ar, I 1 , , , , , ,,
. I.thrt lr 1. 11 U llV till AMlKi&llUIl ... ...... 1... VIU..1A. a t.n)ll. I to
CAUGHT BY THE GRIP
RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA.
other l" i'ii why the Association1
should im .. Ulate Kith the Chamber,
of Comnierct I
Tli' iitfn meets t Itli Invor only III,
Certain 11 tlulis of the Chamber l
Comment- mill it Is wcil for thorp do-
1. 11..,- .... .1 ...1. ..1.. i. .1.... .. iiif n pin in. 1 was rah ip. iitr
ururiv 1111 r.eill'llil I'lliuil'ien nml w - - - .
man Is letter ilenil I ban ll- ' mutinous nml dlsoreatilird. I
Ntboe.itoif Is worthy belnr, c "' '' "hi iwene-iiicn emu was inn
called to mommy uti account uf lli"i
La Orlppe Is Epidemic Catarrh.
1 Incl Dial bis trial dispelled tin- piipiihrl
1 Idea ns lu bis connrdlcc In the baltli I
I.. I .... I.. II... ..ll.. I1...I II.Im I. ...
J. .. . T , , . if tin- Japan Hon.
rl In however 111 inula. headway , ,
nltli 1I10 consolidation plan direct, . ,,., ... ... . , ..,.,
n ixiloillc.il inoc.
. . ... . ii . I I'll" II Wl III Klllllll-IB Will,, Illllll-I III.
ueu. to t.acli the same thing indl.cl ,,, ,lMBl , t.Bi.latlou8. Itm-w. .'.
h r!MMln t'h.nilr of Coniinw. HJe ,f ,,,,,, . cllll( .
niirnannlnlli'iii. In I1.1 tlnplintila1 A t
Territory of Hawaii,
Clr.t Judicial Circuit. 1
C. O, UOCKl'S. Duslncts Manar.fr I 1'H'Will flt'ii-r illrcitly or Indlrrrtly
1 lure ri'i'in to IO
rrpnvpntntlvps In ilic AUTrbanls' A-
MKlntliiii ami iiiulilni; Iicfo flrt
iiiiuIiik mi inui'li llki brolbvrs that it
uoulil Inki' an ixpiri lu family lil
ior to lull ilii'in up.irt
I This ruUMiltilniimi HcliviiK' Ih no
loilbt well liHiint but It sboulil not
piul 11 xot of KUliliers wbo,
LA (litll'PK ipsree no cli.ee or n
tlouelltj. Tb cultured k&d the
iRhuratit, tb srlitocret and Dm psuper,
tbo mteiee and tb cUetes r all Ob
ject to U grippe. Nob are exempt-all
I, Ktlpp Is well-niliifd. Tb otlflnel
Wednesday, Jan. 23
Thursday, Jan. 24
of the llulletln l'ubllslilug Company,
Umlled, being first duly sworn, on
cath deposes und says: That the fol
lowing I" a true and correct statement
cf the circulation, for tbo week ending
Friday. January it.'.th. 19J. of tb"
Dully and Weekly Kdltlons of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 19 .2610
Jan. 21 ..Z396
Jan. 22 2110
Jan. 25 .2431
Average dally circulation . .2431
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 15th. 1907 . . .8507
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii .1103
Combined guaranteed average
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Notary Public, l'ltat Judicial Circuit.
The .Men Intuit Asrociutloli lias been
a sui'ii It will iiitlnuii to be 11 sue
i-tii Jiiri in long a, It represents lu lis
illKciiuate ci will us IIh meiuberKblp,
Ibe merrh.iiit.i 01 tl.i city, tbe retailer:.,
Ibe iiniuller iloult.iv
To bo 'I tlm. the InlrrrfctH of the mcr
iihnnta ran Ii m i-ll Kered by the
ChamluT of poll uii'U'ii Is lu display the
.nnie wlsdiiin a- I In., man who kuh
Ibat tbe I'lnnlei'ii Atmiclutlon could us
nbled nml her lioal were shot nwny
No eotumander lu nuy nnnl battle,
was plflred lit such 11 ileplotnble dlsad'
Mi 11 1 an- up was Ni'lmKatoff
Willi such sblis and surb a mew, the
(lull' ...Il.lu . lit,. Till tlnlltllll, (III
would bnc heen ti ileslte- to kill off thn term, Is itlp, Is rreucb, bnt ll liss
wbolp onllll ns It wns good for nothing I l' sborlcned by tb buiy American
In the work cm out for It to do. This1 to on word ''grin."
... ..... ivm...,it ... ini.nilnti .if iinlnp so. a
shooting with toy guns i n toy target ";i. i' , ' J ,.. wwort 1.7. 'coined wbUb d..
as n mariner ii uirpin)cu 111s uiiiiit ''"""" " - - ".. m .crll. Hl.iIi.p... nirilv
III effeclllig n Junction with Uojestxeif, '"''' '"'"H' '"' omewhat higher .,,m"nt ", " 11
fcky'H fleet, after u voyage of two "" l" " "" . .miu-
He had the courage to pretcnt 111 oil-
lesK slaughter, which among other
people should be wuiruut for more
upplnure than iiiuili-niuntlou.
inunths and twenty-four duys. In which
he uveicame nhuust lusuperubtu ob
Kxpeit opinion was Hint the loss of
Ills siliudrou was due to one of two
causes- either be took the chance of
hearing tbe brunt of I bit fighting, or
his ships weru uiireawortby. The trial
established the perfect weukness of
Ills Hiuiulrou for fighting purp'obes. lu
addition to that, he wuh compelled lu
caching the Orient, to mill over the
mine couisu as Hojestvensky, who bail
mused complaints of violations of the
JAN. 20, 190J
Judge Hoblnsou evidently has
opinion Ibat to gamble Is to slu
It is not so much tbe liquor law ns
It Is the enforcement, that tells the
Everybody has passed the NuuailU
ttulil. Hence the decision to make ll'a
..Russia's promise to get out of Man
churia Is u recall to very unpleascnl
mill r-itll I Intra l.. ,nii..l i.li. n Ii. urn..
atlsfn-torll f.illlll the demands of tbo ., ' , ,, , ., ,
wlioleuiler ami larger busliiess Intel- ..., i,11P1,nli1,, 1nu. v.,ui,i,.
esis au the Chamber of Commerce.
Mercantile men (ertaluly do liuvo
Interests .is distinct and ludlvlduallreil 1
tis the Chamber of Commerce or tbo
Planters Ast-oelntloii, Coiisolldatlou
or siipremiic) or Chamber of Commeice
men lu the mercbntits' organization dm
Ibe theory of greater strength lu unity
would work out practically like the
indy Inside the tiger
Wh) It should be. that n man doesn't
dare to peep lu a Chamber of Com
merce meeting but will ically talk In
n .Merchants' Association assembly. It
bard to explain. It Is true.
The practical effect therefuiu of the
Merchants' Association Is to Incre.tsn
the number of wide uwnke pfomoteu
of business along progiessive lines ami
In n manner to Eorve the largest number
standing this, NehogutofT mnile the
oage wllbuiit any lomplalut having
been made against him by nuy of the
isiwcrx which protested ugultist tbe
action of his commander-in-chief.
Nebognloff's surrender, according to
the etidence of luiiartial witnesses,
wns un net of humanity. He could
hnve gone down with lings thing and
bauds playing nml sacrificed the lives
of a thousand men for n'litlment, but
he lueferred to take the practical view
mid accept the luevlliible.
Two of tbe battleships, the Oiel ami
the .Nicholas 1, were hoptlessly dis
abled. Ills nmiuunltloi wns neatly
gone. Ills crews were nhfusted, nml
even If the) hud not been tbty did n-t
know how to fight.
On the day before the lull In the On I
wuh so absolutely wurthp-n that Ilu-
,,r"T',Mr ",;l.,'i"r"y ""'""""".(jestveusky wns asked to grant penult.
"?.,?. r,. '""h-" "r Bq'"!le" wer- lon to have her men tr,ufer.ed l-
l BAND CONCERT Ml
II )l, , n x. X X V W X W , V X
The build will play this afternoon nt
1 o'clock at Aula Park, pieseiitlug tie),
lollowlng piiigranr '
I'AUT I. I
March "Tbe Isle of Iove" l.lnhol
Overture "Hlherstafl" .. Uiurendenu
Match "lleyoiul the ilixkles" (new)
March "The (lolilin Dome"
Intel mezzo "(iMirgla Kimn't"
Klntile "fioodbye I'jes of
(new) , Armstrong
"The Slur Spangled Haulier."
The Merchants' Association will car
ry out the Idea for which It was creat
ed and grow In Its 'proper sphere ot I
usefulness if the members hold to Urn I
plan of putting mercantile men to tin. I
Resurrection ot tbe curfew law at
this time suggests that some one must
want tbe law repealed,
Admiral Alexlelf Is said to be nelll'
lu luvor with the Czar II Is to be 111
sutni'd Hint all Ills opponents havu been
According to statements made before
the Mercbunts' Assoclutlon, Htaudaul
Oil promises well (loods delivered
lmvo real value.
'".very passing year demonstrates
that mure people lu Honolulu think
well of Hobble Hums and glorv In
singing bis prulscs.
(icrmnuy steps Into tnu 11 -it of coun
tries shockiii at the lio.ri1.1 ' colonial
iiggraudlzemciit, b 11 wl.iue pcoide enn
tluue to uiihold the ixpaiislou ull y.
Illlo'Vaperti are devoting so much
time to Honolulu rain stories und ex
tlnct olcunoes that no further ex
planation Is needed of au oft week lu
County Supervisor sessions.
1 . 1
letter take the alien business out of
the liquor fight, und pass a law thai
tan be enforced iinioug all dealt is
without regard to raie, color und pre
vious condition of servitude.
The Sun i'ruueisco Chronicle says
the Republican purty must drop bood
lers. This carries the base Insinuation
that the Republican party has at home
tline In Its career held fust to them.
(Iranted that the contractor of tlei
Dam is at fault, the presentation of all
corespondents with him for publica
tion would enlighten the public, und
perhaps prepare It to understand the
" Honolulu rU)i,
To The Volcano
THE GREATEST NATURAL WON
DER OF THE WORLD.
The center of volcanic activity It
now at the
CRATER OF KILAUEA.
Information from reliable sources
Is to the effect that the pit Is filling
with molten lava. Eye witnesses d
Clare the fiery display to be beyond
description. This Is an opportunity
of a life time to visit this wonderland
8PECIAL ROUND TRIP RATE8.
By S. 8. Klnau, leaving Tuesday, Jan
uary Z9th, returning via Hllo Sat
urday of the tame week $40.00
By S. 8. Kinau, leaving as above, re
turning via Honuapo by 8. S. Mau
n Loa Friday Feb. 8th $60.00
The latter trip allows a stay of six
days at the volcano, takes In the cir
cuit of Hawaii, passing the recent lava
flow and gives an exceptional oppor
tunity to visit all the scenes of recent
Competent Guides accompany vie
Itors through the volcanic region.
THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO
For information and tickets apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST
Tourist Information Bureau.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
The bund will play Sunday afternoon
nt 3 o'clock at .Mukee Island, Knploluut
Pnrk, Wall.lkl following la the pro
"Tne Old Hundred."
March "Dupoior's Ulrthday"
(Invotte "Hnhi-iizollr.i u" Thick)
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. ar. by Ilerger
Sieletllou--"(lerinan Melodies". Knppey
I'nutusla-"I'miienir's Review" ....
Finale- -"Malanal" and "Aloha Oe"
ui b) llergel
"The Star Spangled lluuuer."
W X K Ji X5 OI M X k X X X, K X 'Ii
Ji HONOLULU WCATIIER W
Temperatures C, u. 111., B8; 8 u. in ,
7.1; 10 a. 111., 74; noun, 77, morning
Ilurometer, X 11. m., 2!l.tiK; ahaolnlo
humidity, 8 u. 111., ZMz grains pet
cubic foot; lelatlve humidity, 8 u. m
Oil per relit; dew Hilnt, 8 u, in., 00.
Wind.--!' u. m., velocity 3, direction
N. I! , 8 11. III., wloclLy 2, dliectlou
N. IC; lu 11. in., velocity 3, direction
N. IC; noon, vuloelty I, direction N. I.
Itulnlnll during 21 Iioiiih elided 8 11.
in.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended lit noon, Kill miles.
Wil. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. H. Weather llureau,
cllnmto the patient se
tenacloutly ts It some terrible giant bed
clutched blm lu a fatal clasp.
Men, women and children whole
towne and cities are caught In the bane
ful grip ot this terrible inouiler.
Have you the grlpr Or, rather, has
the grip caught your If u, read the
Theie testimonials will show you tbe
quickest and best means ot ridding your
self of this tenacious dlsesse and Its
Suffered Twelve Years rrom After
effects of La Grippe.
Mr. Victor Fatncaude, 828 Madison
Ht., Topeka, Has., a well-known carpen
ter and member of KulghU and Lsdles
of Hecurity, wrltest
"Twelve years ago I had a severe at
tack of la grippe and I neVer really re
covered my health aud strength but
grew weaker every year, until 1 was
uuabl to work,
"Two years ago I began using Peruna
and It built up my strength so that lu a
couple ot mouths I was able to go to
"This winter I had another attack of
la grippe, but l'eruna suou drove It out
uf my system.
"My wife and I consider Peruna a
Pneumonia followed La Grippe
Pe-ru-na, the Remedy That
Mr. T. Uaruecott, West Ayluier, On
tario, Can., writes:
"l,ant winter I was 111 w Itli pneumonia
alter having la grippe. I took Peruna
fur two months, when I became quite
well, and I can say that auy one can be
cured by It In a reasonable time and at
"Dvery tlino I take a cold, I tako soma
Puruns, which makes mo well again.
"I alio advised It for my daughter wbo
was so III with prostration that she could
nut follow Iter trade ot dress making,
"A bottle of Peruna mad such a
chaugtt lu her that she has been able to
follow her trad ever since.
"1 also Induced a young lady, who was
all rundown and confined to tho houte,
to take Peruna, and after taking Peruna
for tbreu months she Is able to follow
ir trade of tailoring.
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V-o. TTlifi&TI aiiwlaPRT'jRHV sHsiiviiiiiiiiv
"I can recommend Peruna for all such
who are ill' and require a tunic."
Systemic Catarrh, the Result of La
' Grippe- Pe-ru-na Receives Credit
for Present Good Health.
Mrs. Jennie W.OIlmore, lloxtl, White
Oak, Ind. Ter., formerly Housekeeper
for Indiana Reform Hchool for Hoys,
"Six years ago I bad la grippe, which
was followed by systeinio catarrh.
"Thu only tiling 1 used was Peruna
aud Manallu, aud I have been In belter
health the, laatthreuyears than for years
"1 give Peruna all tbo credit for my
Pe-ru-na A Tonic After La Grippe.
Mrs. Cha. K. Wells, Hr., Delaware,
Ohio, .writes t
"After a severe attack of la grlpx, I
took Peruna and found it a very good
Judge Horatio J, Goes, Hartwell.Oa.,
writes! "I bed a surer spell of lit grippe
which left me with systemic catarrh, A
friend acUUed mu to try Peruua. The
third butt) completed tbe cum."
"Most Effective Medicine Ever Tried
for La Grippe."
Kubt. I,. Madison, A. M., Principal of
Culliiwheu High Hchool, Painter, N. I'.,
is chairman of th Jackson Couuty
Hoard of l'ducatlou, He baa fur nearly
six years been leaching In Paluter.
lie Is a writer uf occasional verse aud
has contributed to a number of leading
papor and magazines, religious, edu
cational and secular.
In speaking ot Peruna, Mr. Madison
"I am hardly ever without Peruna la
my home. Ills lb 11 inont effective medl
clnotliat I havu ever tried for la grippe,
"It also cured my wife of nasal ca
tarrh. Her condition ut onetime wu
such that she could not at ulgbt breath
through her nostrils.
"Ill routequeuce, an lullamed con
ditlon of the throat was drought,
about, getting worst) and worse, and
yielding to no remedy until Peruna was
For special Instructlous, address Dr.
llartmun, President of the Jlsttmsn
.Saultarliim, Columbus, Ohio.
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy ot which surrounds each bottle. Pa
runa Is for sale by the following druggist and will supply the retail trade in Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson,
Smith & Co., Hobrdn Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii,
sapwag segBiggei . u.j. i qr miH
That Soothsayer who read the signs
111 sea mid Hky was sure enough Home
Ruler. Keptibl't-uu kahunas don't find
uny premonitory symptoms (if u legis
lature that goes 'round and 'round hut
Some one uuya, investigate the Dam
and see who Is behind the coutructoi.
What dllferencu does It make who Ij
behind the contractor? Unless It be
Home one with a sharp stick anxious
to have the dam finished,
Representative. IJiig's bill to fore.)
the Territory to buy land at Us own
nssessmeut sounds foolish to the tux
Inen. Cuu It be any worse than the
liuuiiul exhibition of taxing propel ty
fur ubuve u senulble valuation?
Now- wo know the value of thu hun
dred and one pel sons claiming to be
lilils of thu bluest blood. When the
kahunas hay the signs ill 11 right for
thu death of uu nlll, tho largo number
of claimants makes It easy to satisfy
ibe piedlctluiis. (
Hinr) WaterhousB Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Corner Fort aol Merchant Sis
Real Estate Dep't,
Lunalilo Street tM.OO
McCully Street I2S.0O
Emma Street $12.50
Beretanla Street S40.00
Young Street $35.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Aloha Lane $16.00
Beretanla Street $16.00
King 8treet , $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $60.00
Kinau Street $40.00
Klnau Street $30.00
Matlock Avenue $35.00
King Street $30.00
Friday. February I
The offerings this year are as good
ac In the past and no doubt will be
taken up as eagerly as heretofore.
There will be five qualities of Table
Cloth with Napkins to match, and
from two to seven patterns of each
Five numbers of Huck Towels will
be offered at quick-selling prices.
Our Window Display wilt give you
a pretty good Idea of the bargain
prices that will prevail while the sale
Whose Sales ARE Sales
Pineapple Land for Lease
22 Acres at Wahlawa
130CO growing pines
Will lease for term of years.
Copper Plate Reception
and Invitation Cards
of the Latest Styles
In Correctness of Form
Our Work Excels
J. M. Di:ls
BEWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1258 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Bswlng machine foe sale.
TEL. MAIN 117,
A mountain of solid Iron, thousands
of millions of tons of It, enough to
supply the whole world with thu buso
but indispensable, metal for any w hero
ftoiu fifteen to twenty years!
Such Ih tbo story rending llku u ru
ble which Adolph Artz, formerly ot
the llureau of Architecture hurt) and
who four years ugo cust In his lot
wltli China und Is now- connected with
u big ChlucHo development syndicate,
brings with him 011 bis visit here.
Mr. Artz is well known here.
The exact tlgiites of this mighty
mass, moiit valuable than diamond
mines of tbo Rand or thu uurlferous
deposits of tho Klondike, uru tun
thousand und suven bundled und tlfty
millions of tons. This Ih thu computa
tion us calculated by tho rigid und
veracious giomutrlcal tust emplojed
by modern science lu such explorations.
Trumeudoiiti us this seems, it fulls
lur below thu estimate, pluccd upon It
by u member uf thu Itoyul Society of
KnglneeiK of Gieut lliltuln. Striking
this mountain u fuw years ago In 0110
of his prospects, ho figured Unit It hud
enough of tho 01 11 to supply thu world
for almost n hundred yeuiH. So thu
estimate now placed uS)ii It upim-uih
conservative In comparison. Inci
dentally It may be mentioned (but thu
Ilrltlsh engineer tried to secure u con
cession to work the mountain but full
fd. It wus too good u thing to pun
Thu problugH uf Mr. Attz und other
engineers liuvu demonstrated to their
vutlsfuctluu that the heart of tbe lion
mountain Is of thu sumu material us
lis skill or surface. Within u short
time, according to present plans, thu
work of demolishing thu Measure will
begin. Good coal Ih found lu abund
ance in clusu piuxlmlty, wbllu ten
miles of lallioad will sulllco to bring
tbo inetul where It cuu connect with
thu win Id. The piovlncu in which It
Ih located Ih I-'ukleii, lying ubout tuO
miles north of ('union. Mr. Aitz'
l'uuditiurturs uru lu Canton.
It Is tho Intention of tho Chluesu
byndlcutu to keep thu muuiitulii all
Chluoho, lu lino with thu piuseut iil-
ley of China for (lie Chinamen, liven
tuch foreign employees ns thu syndi
cate bus mu nut allowed lu 011 u pur
coinage or piulit-shuilu basis. It Is
11 cusu of straight suluiy only.
One peculluilly of the 010 Is Unit
It it-solubles thut of thu fabled moun
tain of old which wrecked passing
thlps by iliuwlng fiom Ilium all tho
I nails und metallic putts, cutislug thu
ossein to fall to pieces nml sink, It
Is mugnetli:. .'.In Artif sayH thut tbo
oro when picked up hangs together
viiil forniH 11 string, showing bow
stioug Ih thu magnetism It coiitalUH.
HH'uklng of thu chlueso Mr. Artz
praises their enterprise, hospitality
und generosity Ilu says ho would
wuut no better persons to work for.
Nearly every new employe of couse
qtleucu.is gleeted with u reception und
banquet und if he bo of tbo llrst rank
lie Ih good for u week'H llestu. Ilu
asserts Unit ut thu present rutn ot ml
vuucumuut China will soon bo it power
to be reckoned with. Manila American
the elder Mrs. Thaw thu terrible or
1U11I. Advices from Pittsburg say that Mi's,
llolimin, mother of tbe young wife,
will not lestlf) nt the trial
A J I'ertler, two cottages, O'l.uso
Kumutsiiyit Hotel, l.llihu und King
IL W. M. Mist, outhouso, Miiklkl
Hospital for incurables, huthhotisu,
J. S. llulluy, factory, Alapal St.; J.
I.. Ableoug, wiishhouso, l.llihu and
Yen Kee, wush house, Iwllel; Slug
'I'. A. L. Hung, lodging houses, Ku-
kill l.uuu und Nuuanu Ht; Yee Slug
The Sdittb social at the Foit-igll
Church on Filday evening wus Infgely
attended und un unusually pleisant
lime wan enjoyed by those present.
'Ibe ptognim consisted of Scotch tiiislc
nml leadings, bannocks, scoueH mid
Miortbrcad were berved us refresh
inentH. The urrmigemeiilH weru in tho
liutids of Mrs, Adam l.lmlsuy uislstetl
by .Mrs. C It Kennedy und Miss Jeanlu
Chalmers. -Hllo Tribune, Jiin. 22.
John Oudurklrk, chungcH In build
lug; llelhel und King HlruotH.
M, Ohtu, Cottugu, ICwu Hltlu Aclil
l.uue, fur Manuel Miichudo.
Iluw. Pluuiiiplu Co, wtirchoiibo, Iwl
lel. i.ewei'H & Cooku, olllce, luiubor
yard, Punchbowl and llulekaulla Sis.
THAW'8 8I8TER WILL HELP.
New York, Juii. 19,Fuiully font's
that will do ull in their power lu the
defense of Hurry K. Thuw, were com
pleted today when his sister, the Coun
tess of Yunuoutli, arrived on thu
tteumshlp Kulsuriu Augustu Vlctoilu.
Thu young woman bud forgotten the
resentment she held toward her broth
er because of Ills conduct ut lilt) time
of her marrlugu to thu Karl und will bn
constantly ut his sldu during the iU)U
of hli trial.
Although she hud never spoken In
the fin mcr Kvelyu Nesbit, und with
cuUpol.cn ugulmit iier hi other's couisu
lu mulling her his wife, tho two wo
men will bury whatever feeling they
bear ugulnBt each other und suffer with
MARK (TWAIN T.ELLS OF 'PHONE
.Mingled with thu Christmas chlmeR
ii tho laughter created by u new story
of Murk Twain, mude especially for
holldti) consumption, Hero it Ih:
IIY MARK TWAIN
When I lived up In llurlfofd I wns
the ery llrst inun In thut pan of Nw
Kugkiud, ut leust, to put In 11 tele
phone; hut It wuh constant!) getting
mu Into trouble because of thu things
I said carelessly. And tbo family
wuru nil so thoughtless.
Onu day whuti I was in Iho garden,
fifty feet from thu house, gouiubody tin
tho long distance wire, who wns pul
llslilug 11 stoiy or mine, wanted to got
Well, thut title was thu llrst sen
tencu, "Toll him to go to hull." Before
my daughter got It thioiigh thu wlro
i.nil through him theiit wuh u perfect
orupllon of piofttiilty In that region.
All Now Kugluiiil seemed to bu list
ening, und oaih time my daughter ro-
lieuted It sho did mi with rising em
phasis. It wuf awful.
The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTAND8, PEN8, PENCIL8, to fit
up your office. We have Just received
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. At we are cloilng out our STOCK
CABINETS samo will be sold at cot,
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