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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNESDAY, FEU. 2T, 100S.
Oceanic Lodge Stated.
Perfection Fourteenth Deg
Pacific Second Degree
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings ot beat lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No, 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Moudny evening at
7: SO In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
K. It HENDUY, Secretary.
11KN. I'. VICKHKS, N. U.
All vltltlng brothers vory cordially
MYSTIC I0DQE, No. 2, K. of P.
(Meets every Tuesday evening at
1 :30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
fort nnd Ueretnulc. Visiting broth
era cordially nvltcd to attend.
W. L. i,yu:, CO..
F. WALDHON, K.K.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every Friday oronltig at
7:30' In K. of 1. Hull, corner Fort
anil, Ueretanln. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A. U. DUntUNQ, C.C..
JA8. V. WIUTK, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE G18, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodce No. 61G, U. P. 0.
E., will meot In their ball on King
Dear Fort strcot ovcry Friday even
ing. By ordor ot the H 11.
HARRY A. WILDF.lt,
F. E. RICHARDSON, '. R.
Wm.-M'XINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, eor
fort and Beretanla, Visiting broth
trs cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
L"" V. A. JACOU80N, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
,i Meets, on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7: 3 6 'o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. V. L. FRAZEE, V Prest.
11. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
' Meets every first and third Thurs
4aj of each month at Knights nt
Pythldn Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tlally Invited to attend.
J. W ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Rates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAH0U ST.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
'The Finest Workmanship on the
'.JLeave your order now fo Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
'Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Bbirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
King and Bethel Sts.
The only prepara
tion that, effectually
stops sneezing; and
cold in the head.
Hotel and Port Sts.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
PHONE 131. "
We have a big, fresh lot of
them just in. TJiey are
just as good as ever. Phone
J. N. LEVY & CO.,
Holes in Shoes
are sure promoters of dis
ease. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary cold and
either may be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
HID UNION BT. P. 0. SOX 667.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news gf the day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There is employment for every
Dersistcnt Bulletin Want advertiser.
One word one cent.
Auto at hack-fare. Tel. 405.
Panama hats cleaned at tho Ulobo.
Phone 462 for a hack. Bethel
St. Haolc Co.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25C.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Prlmo beer Is a beverage, a food;
nnd n Joule; nnd It's your privilege to
Whitney & Marsh's annual remnant
sale will begin on Saturday morning,
A complete account of the Floral
Farnde in Saturday's issue, ready for
mailing, Five Cents.
"Prink nnd tho world drinks nlth
yon." Tho Honolulu world Is drink
ing at tho Fashion salloon.
Eagles! Don't forget Hint the meet
ing commences nt 7 o'clock this even
Ing, nnd not nt half-past seven.
Tho Oovcrnors adjourned hearing
on tho Wnlnlnc ear schedule will be
held ut 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho Oleancrs will meet nt Mis Hose
KIchard'H at 3 ji. ni. today. I)r Ding-
ham will speak on tho Gilbert Islands.
You can get more work out ofn cak
of Fau-Kn-Hana soap than any other
en the mnrkct. Ask your grocer for It.
If you try an Kl Palencla Cigar at
tho Hayicldcn Tobacco Co., Ltd , )ou".l
like It better thnn any other you cer
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
You will be surprised at Its cmllug
snd preservative properties. California
Teed Co., ntents.
Honolulu Aerlc No. HO, F. 0. V
will be In session nt 7:30 this conlng,
In Wnvorlcy Hall, for tho purpose of
Initiating n flock.
The Whit Family notary (lock snd
.lialn atltcb) Is the best sewing ma-
liine In the world. Denny t Co.. Ltd.,
ants, 1266, Fort street. Phone 488.
C. II. dray, residing at Knpaa, Kauai
Is sued for divorce by his wife, resld
ing In Honolulu. The High Sheriff es-
tcrday received tho summons for scr-
A sale Is recorded of 2022 squaro feet
of land nt King nnd KckaullKc streets
by Annlo K. Hart and husband, i:. II.
Hart, nnd James It. I.ove, to Ah Leong
for S52E0. '
Don't skimp nlong without music In
your home. You can hao a Victor
Talking marhlno ($10.00 to JlOtf.OO)
on easy payments that you will necr
mind. Dcrgstrom Mmlc Co., Ltd.
In tho mntter of the estate of An
toinette K. Swan tho administrator
by their attorney. Albert F. Judil, will
present a motion on Frldny morning
for the nppolntmcnt of appraisers.
It Is stipulated, In the suit of llessle
It. Hunts against Julia II. Afong and
others, that tho time, for filing quclr
tlons to bo put to J. .1. Dunne In San
Francisco bo extended to Include Mon
Tho Wlrclatf Telegraph Co. Is re
tclvlng bids rot tho erection of a long.
dlstanco wireless station on this Island.
There will bo two towers 200 feet high
and 350 feet opart. .V.Snager nalch
anticipates that conditions will soon
call for a long-distance scrvlco with
Tho High School Alumni Associa
tion has decided to bold tho ceremony
of laying the "corner stone of tho new
High School building on Thursday,
March G. Judgo Sanford U. Dole will
deliver tho address of tho day. Prof.
M. M. Sott will give an historical
(ketch ot tho Institution.
Margaret Hoogs petitions that sho bo
appointed administratrix of the cstato
of her late husband, Frank Landers
Hoogs, which Is valued nt $13,010. Of
this amount $10,000 Is life insurance
and $3000 stock In tho Hnwallan Star
Newspaper Association, Ltd. A lot on
Tantalus Is put In nt value unknown.
Mnrldn Myhro by her attorneys,
Thompson & demons, will present a
motion beforo Judgo Lindsay on Satur
day morning for an order citing her
husband, George C. Myhrc, to show
tauso why ho should not bo punished
tor contempt of court for disobedient o
of the order to pay her alimony pend
ing a decision of her dlvorco suit.
Tho screaming of a baby In the Ma
Mkl district Inst night brought the
firo department and pollco pntrnl lu
Young street at 8:30 o'clock. A man
who huppened along heard tho baby
ccrcamlug nnd thinking that tho child
was on lire, turned In a 11 ru alarm.
Tho firemen nnd pollco retreated when
they found they had nothing to do. '
J. Alfred Magoon, guardian of Kalua
Kapukinl, a spendthrift, died his ac
count up to February IS, 1007, cover
ing a period from August 2tf, 1901. lie
ceipts are $2749.10 and payments
$4IjGS,GI, leaving tho cstato Indebted
to tho guardian In tho sum of $1019.10.
Judgo Lindsay approved tho account,
nnd, on tho petttoln of tho ward her
telf granted his discharge.
Wm. Henry, High Sheriff of tho Ter
ritory, returns tho execution for
$010.35 In the suit ot Hark Hak See
vs. Pak Lung Kwon, Kim Sung Kwon
and Yee Nat Soo fully satisfied, It be
Ing stated that this Is "at request of
plaintiff." This Is tho Interesting con.
trovcrsy between Koreans, lu which
signers of a promissory nolo said they
signed only'as witnesses nnd In which
plaintiff, after losing hla case with one
lawyer, hired a new attorney and ob
tained a now trial on the ground that
available evidence had not boon pro
eeuted at the first trial.
isn't nlwavs a iVn nf rood evemVlit.
The eye-muscles contract'to make up
for defective vision. It's only when
they get tired of th: strain that you
suffer from headache and eye-strain.
A. N. SANFORD.
BOSTON BLDO FORT ST.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v.lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
25. Beretanla St. Phone 1491.
Admiral Converse Claims
Reuterdahl Is Wrong
WASHINGTON'. D. ('., Feb. 25. Itcnr Admiral Converse, address
ing tho Scnnto Committee on Naval Affairs today, refuted thc'Iteutcrdahl
criticisms of tho Navy.
TROUBLE WITH TURKEY ANTICIPATED
LONDON, England. Fell. 25. Karl Grey slnted lu the Commons to
day that tho Government Is pressing Turkey for tho acceptance of re
forms in .Macedonia nnd that the situation It critical.
HUDSON RIVER TUNNELS OPENED
NEW YOIIK, N. Y. Fob. 25.
hnvo been opened for trallle.
if .; k, , t. X ft k if. x. C 11" It
H l. H" II. ft It, ft ft K It it M It ft I X
MANAGER KENNI-.DY of the Inter
Island Steam Navigation C'ompnn
cabled this morning lo the Coast to
nnd out what Is delaying the Malum
Kea. Although It was stated some time
ago that tho new llagshlp of this licet
was due to sail on Washington's birth
day, It has been learned since that nu
account of some unknown reason she
postponed her sailing date until today
Sho was due to snll tills morning, and
notification should have reached the
Inter-Island olllco to this effect. How
ever, ns nothing hns been heard, Mr.
Kennedy decided to 'Kirn to 'Frisco and
find out definitely what was going to
be dono. Tho deck plan of the Alnmin
Kea Is now on exhibition In the emu
THi: OIL HAKKENTINE Fullcrtou
arrived yesterday jfrnin Oleum. She
was supposed to havo San Francisco
for Honolulu vln Port Han Luis, bill
after clearing, orders were rccclcd
that changed her midway point to
Oleum. Tho Fullcrton mado tho trip
down In sixteen ilajs. If her cargo in
discharged hofnro dark today, th! bar
kentlno will go to Ma again.
WHEN THE IIAIIK It. P. Itlthet
roincs Into tnis port on her next oy
ngo (die will hno u new ninstcr In tho
person of former First Mate McDon
ald. Captnln Drew has been appointed
port superintendent In San Francisco
for the Matson company,
THE AME1UCANHAVAIIAN com
pany's steamship Nebraskan Is dun lo
leave Seattlo fni Honolulu on March
4. Sho nnd the Ncvndan will be put
on tho bl-wcekly scrvlco between San
Francisco and Honolulu direct In the
THE AMEUICANHAWAIIAN Des
patch arrhed from Muknwcli tills
morning with her usual cargo of sng
nr. She will probably get unny again
THE NEXT Inter-Island drainer to
sail for the volcano will be tho Claud
inc. Conspicuous notices have been
posted to this effect In tho company's
Tho Wccdim-Chapln S!i,000 dnm
ngn suit tilal rnmo to nil end at 9. .'Ill
lust night, when tho jury raturucd u
crdlct fur tho defendant. This hap
pened some hours nftor tho jury had
unco enmo Into court nnd reported
tnut they could not agree. Tliu
Judgo Insisted, however, that they
should try again, und sent them
This was tho necond trial of this
cause, tho first trial resulting In a
tpllt Jury. Wccdiin was suing Mrs.
Chnpln fur damages for Injuries nl
'cged to havo been received by being
thrown from his liorso when tho ani
mal wasscnred by Mrs. Chnpln's au
tomobile. A Host Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
GB S. KINd ST ' PHONE 525.
cleans and fills itself; no ink
dropper, smeared fingers, twis
ted rubber, extra parts, or ex
It's the new Fountain Pen.
Hawaiian News lo.
Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop St.
Tho tunnels under tho Hudson river
Horse Smashes Rig At
Corner King Near
The lawyers, court olllcers, witncBseJ
nud hangers-on of tho courts were
startled this morning. Just ns they
wcro assembling nt tho Judiciary
building, to sco a runaway horse, at
tached to a riderless hack, rush wildly
up the street and roll In a chaotic heap
rl the corner of King and Halcwau-
wlla streets. Hushing out to whero
the culmination of tho runaway tool;
place, they found tho horse struggling
to rice from the tangled ruins of tho
Tho hack was No. C9; tho driver'.!
name Is Cook. Tho rig had been
bitched In front of tho Pnlaco cafe, but
something had frightened tho horse,
and It had managed to Jerk Its head
rut of tho brldlo and start on Its wild
but brief career up the street.
The horse was uninjured by the ac
cident, although badly frightened, but
the hnck, which had turned a com
plete somersault, was a complc wreck.
Iloth front nnd back springs were brok
en, the top was mathed Into a head
nnd tho oluglctrce was broken. Tho
driver was not In tho hack, but camo
running up soon after to reclaim bU
damnged property "
ill 1Y TACKLES
The Federal (Irand Jury Is working
today on tho Illicit boozo cases, of
which there aro about nluo to be lu
osllg.ited. Tho complaints lu thc30
cases nro mado by Wnlter F. Drake,
Collector of Internal Revenue.
The most Important of this class of
cases Is that of the Japancso Ynma
moto, who was nrrested recently by
Drake for running a big moonshine
plant on tho Afong premises up Nun
Five Indictments wero returned by
tho Territorial (Irand Jury today In
Urn paitlal report mado to Judgo
Lindsay. None of tho cases Is of cen
tral Importance, however, and most of
tho perilons Indicted wcro nlready In
Jail, having been comnilttcd by the
District Magistrate. Tho Indictments
wcro nil Dinted on the secret lll'n fliu.
of thoEo Indicted Is Frank Ilrllllante,
charged with ussault with a dangerous
Cluvernor Frear stated this morning
thnt ho had been Informed that the
stntoment mado by Representative J. L
Sllva and Attorney John D, White, of
Kauai, to tho elfcct that tho KnuMscns
hold an option on practically all the
sisal plants for sale In tho Territory,
Is Incorrect Asked as to the source
of his Information, however, the (lov
crnor said ho had been told by the
KmidseiiB. It looks llko a matter for
li .OREII PORTS
0ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, February 3.
.OKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 1:
Jap. S. S. Nippon Mnru, henco Jan.
II'.AYS 1 1 AltllOIl Sailed Feb. 1:
Ar.i. schr. C. A. Thacr, for Hono
lulu. Am. schr. Manila, for Honolulu.
POUT TOWNSEND Arrived Feb. 4:
Am. sp. Jnbcz Howes, from Knhulul,
Wednesday, February 5.
f AN FflANCIBCO 8allcd, Feb. 3:
J as. Itolph, for IIIIo.
Saturday, February 8.
HILO Sailed Feb. 3:
Am. bit. Mohican, for San Francisco.
Monday, February 10.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Feb. 10.
S. S. Asia, henco Jan. 23.
HILO Sailed Feb. 7:
Am. schr. Compeer, for Kureka.
Tuesday, February 11.
IION01PU Arrived, Feb. 11:
Am. schr. Honolpu, from San Fran
cisco, Jnn. 25.
Wednesday, February 12.
POItT OAMULE Arrived Feb 11:
Am. bktne. Kllkltnt. hence Jau. 21.
Thursday, February 13.
SAN FHANC1SCO Arrived Feb. 12:
Am. bk. Amy Turner, henco Jan. 25.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Fob. 13:
U. S. A. T. Thomas, henco Feb. 5?
HILO Arrived Feb. 11:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, from San
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 13.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu (1
EUItKKA Sailed Feb. 13:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, for Ho
Saturday, February 16.
F.UIIEKA Arrived Feb. 14:
Am. schr. Uvn, henco Jan. 22.
NEWCASTLK Sailed, Feb. 13:
llr. S. S. Klvaston, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed, Feb. IS:
A.-IL S. S. Mexican, for Snllna Cruz.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOUVF.lt Arrived Feb. 14:
llr. S. S. Aorangl, hence Feb. 0.
HANA Arrived Feb. 15:
Am. schr. Honolpu, from Honolpu,
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Feb. 17:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, hence Feb. 8.
YOKOHAMA Balled Feb. 14:
Fr. S. S. Mnltn. for Honolulu.
KIHEI Balled Feb. 16:
Am. S. S. Lansing for Port Harford.
Wednesday, February 19.
SALINA CItUZ Arrived Feb. 17:
A. 'II. S. S. Arlzonan, from lliln
SALINA CHUZ Balled Fob IS:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for San Diego.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. bk. Annlo Johnson, from Hllo
GAVIOTA Arrived Fob. 18:
Am. sp. Fulls of Clyde, henco Feb. 5.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 19.
P. M. S. S. China, for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Feb. 19:
Jap. S. S. America 'Mnru, henco
Am. bk. Mohican, from Hllo Feb 2.
Thursday, February 20.
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 19:
Am. ship Krsklne M. Phelps, for
KAHULUI Arrived. Feb. 20:
A.-H. S. S. Nevadan, from Hono
lulu. Friday, February 21,
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed Feb. 20:
Am. bk. II. P. nithct. for Honolulu.
U. S. A. T Orook, for Honolulu.
A.-H. S. S, Texan, for Honolulu.
Monday, February 24.
AUCKLAND Arrived Fob. 15.
Nor. bk. Concordia, henco Jan. 8.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Feb. 2(1:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from Hllo
KAHULUI Balled Feb 21:
A.-IL 8. 8. Novadnn, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. bk. 0. C. Toboy, from Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Fob. 19:
llr. S. S. Hiimpstcnd, from Honolulu.
HILO Sailed Fob. 20:
Am. bk. St. Knthcrlnv, for San Fran
cisco. MAIIUKONA Arrived Fob. 21:
Am. schr. H. C. Wright, from San
HONOIPU Arrived, Fob. 24:
Am. schr. Hclcno, from Nowcastlo
NKWCAS5TLE Balled, Feb. 23:
Am. Rchr 11. C. Slado, for Honolulu.
imiSIIANE Arrived, Fob. 21:
llr. 8. S. Mlowcjn, henco Feb. 8.
SAN FnANCISCO Arrived Feb. 24.
A.-IL S. S. Nebraska!!, from Knhu
lul. Tuesday, February 25,
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived, Feb. 23;
O. 8. S. Alameda, henco Fob. 19.
SAN HIEOO Arrived, Fob. 24: A.-H.
S. S. Columbian, from Halloa Cruz.
imiSIIANIJArilved Feb. 19;
S. 8. Moana, from Hrlsbane, for Ho-'
IQUIQUE Sailed Jan. 11: ,
Dr. bk, Holywciod, for Honolulu.
CALLAO Sailed Feb 4:
Jap S. S. Kaoado Maru, for Hono
lulu. SAN FHANCISCO Sailed, Fob. 25:
P. M. M, 8. Korea, for' Honolulu.
Schr, Muriel, for liana.
TALTAI, Sailed Fob 25:
Schr. Alumna for Honolulu.
boats are our specialty. The boating
season will soon be at hand and you
will need a new boat. Let us build
it for you.
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
Kin near Alipai.
Wednesday, February 26.
SAN DlKOO galled Veb 25: '
A.-II. S, S, Columbian, for San Fran
cisco. YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 20:
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, for Honolulu.
POUT IIATIFORD Arrived. Feb. 25:
Am. 8. S, 1-nnslng, from Klhel Feb.
MAKAWKLI Sailed Feb. 21:
Am. bktne Hawaii, for Oray'B Har
bor. KAHULUI Sailed, Feb.. 25:
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan, for Hllo.
t-m. , n rn
8 to I 40 4 ft
9 1 4l 6 t8
11 i ! I 11
o 6 1.6
ll J i.j
6 o! o 40
t- m. I
a J 1.1
I 01 U B 19
! V' t JJ
t 41 8 to 9 ts
I S JJ. 9 st
I ll t.o
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Last quarter of tho moon Fxb. 24.
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X K X X X it x x X X X X X X X
Tuesday, February 25.
Am. schr. Concord, Ulunahcle, from
Knunnkakal, 7 n. m.
Wednesday, February 2(1.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from
v x x x x x x x x x ., x x x n'
X Vj ; X V. X it X 3i X X X X X X M
Tuesday, February 25.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Naopala, for Maul
nnd Molokal ports, at 5 p. m.
StmrvW. 0. Hall, Thompson, for
'Kauai ports, nt C p. in.
Stmr. Helcne, Nelson, for windward
Hawaii ports.'c p. m.
Wednesday, February 2(1.
Whaler John and Wlnthrop, Shorey,
lor Arctics, a. m.
X KMXXKJtX . X tf, . . it if
X X i V X X fl X w, X X X X X !
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senrle, for
Wnlmanalo, 7 a, m.
Stmr. Despatch, Kokerwltz, 8 p. m.
.n, ni .it, v x i X v x ir. n , .K v
t(, K tf, ; )( ft ft- yt, x .( .a v v ii;
Stmr. Claudlne, Dennett, from Hllo
and Maul ports.
X X X X X X X X X X K X if X k'
K SAILING TOMORROW
li X: X n. X X ft X X X JT, r k X X X
Am. bktn. Fullcrton, Aas, for San
i( X ft ft ft X XXX X X X X X ft'
ft , X H X X X ft. ft X X ft it ft'
U. S. A. T. -Crook, Williams, from
P. M. S. S. China, Frlel, from Yo
TO SAIL FRIDAY M
X X X ft it X if X X X X X X X X !
P. M. S. S. China, Frlel, for San
Frnnclsco, In tho nfternoon.
Fr. S. 8. Malic, Uenard, for San
Am. schr. Concord, Ulunnhelc, for
v x , x x x x x x x x x x x .: ,
P FAflUNOXRS DEPARTED
x if, : ft x x it' x x x x x x : x x
Per Rtmr. W. (I. Hall, Fob. 25, for
Knunl Mrs. A. II. Hlco, J. C. Schmidt,
ttlfo nnd children, Frank Modclros, J.
Modelros, M. Sloddnrt, (I. F. H. Dak
or, C. W. Spitz, H. Hohrlg, J. D. Whlto,
BRYAN WILL GLADLY
Washington, January 27. At tho
end of a busy day hero William I.
Ilrymi tonight authorized tho state
ment that ho would huvo no dealings
with nny commltteo of so-called De
mocrats self-appointed or othcrwlso
unless tho men loprosented u con
siderable body of persons who bii
pnrted tho democratic platform In 18
SC nnd In 1900. llryan nlso announced
through his secretary, Willis J. Ab
bott, that ho would bo glad to accept'
tho Democratic nomination from tho
national convention and .that ho be
lleved that ho would bo elected.
Asked by tho newspapermen to
mako a general statement, Bryan
"You may say that my mission to
Washington was not to consult nny
bet of men ns to whether I ought to bo
n candldnto for tho nomination. I havo
not put thnt question to any man, nor
slinll I. The .people, not Indlvldi'B,
havo tho solo right to decide thnt
"I nin not horo to sollrlt'for myself
lis u posslblo Presidential candldnto. I
nover solicit Individual support. I
nover ask any man to voto for me. In
the past, when I was bofoio tho peo
I'lo as a candldnto, my efforts to ob
tain votes havo been ronfln,.,! l ini.
ments of views,"
Of tho monoy situation Mr, Brynn
snlil that ho had been urging tho adop
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