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EVENING IITJLLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H., WEDNESDAY Aim. II, 1005
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CLEVER SPRING GOWNS are arriving by every steamer direct
from New York. Thee advance models are only one of a kind.
We will show on Monday for the first time LADIES' WHITE
TWO-PIECE SUITS made of Trench Hep, Linen, and Pique, and hand-
somely trimmed in the very latest styles and cut, at prices ranging from
$13.50 a suit upwards.
PRINCESS GOWNS in new models, made of the softest materials and
trimmed in lace and fine embroideries; colors: white, champagne, deli
cate pink, and light blue. . Prices, 6.50 upwards.
PONGEE SILK COATS for afternoon and evening wear, in the latest
style, from $11.50 upwards.
We have never before shown a
more beautiful or varied collection.
NEW BORDER BATISTE in new
patterns and pretty colorings, striped
and figured, at 15 and lG2-3
DIRECTOIRE FOULARDS with
mercerized finish in brown, navy,
pongee, lavender, and white, at 25fi
DRESS LINENS in solid colors,
light blue, pink, cadet, Nile wen,
and champagne, 35( and 10t yd.
NEW CROSSBAR DIMITIES of ex
tra fine duality, in the new 1909 pat
terns and perfect colorings, 25 yd.
N. S. Sachs Dry
FORT AND BERETANIA,
Phone 890 P.
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
7HEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co,
King Street near South
Gentle Driving Mare with Pliae
ton. Price reasonable. Suitable for
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
the news of the day.
TAPESTRY, Roman Stripes, in a
variety of designs, 50 in, wide, 50
and G5 per yd.
COUCH TAPESTRY, double width,
embossed in solid colors, and in Ta
pestry combination, 90 and
FURNITURE TAPESTRY in silk
mixed, very nrctty designs and col
orings, $2.25 per yd. and iipw.
FIGURED TAPIS, crecn and blue.
with black dots, yd. wide, 15J yd.
NEW BURLAPS, in all colors,
yard wide, 20 yd.
Goods Co., Ltd.
OPP. FIRE STATION.
DIRT, ORDINARY SOIL, or FINE
LOAM FOR GARDEN PLOTS. Phone
me for estimate.
M. Pond, Contractor
BENNY & CD, LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St
Hoiioluiu. T n.
CALL AND HEAR IT
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, .Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
HENRY MAY & CO.,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
jj)(p- BULLETIN ADS PAY -rj
'Continued from Pace tl
Tlio Houso Is trying tho experiment
now of getting along without u stenog
rapher. So far ns the minutes uro con
cerned, tho experiment seems to bo
successful, though, of course, there U
no reporting of tho eloquent speeches
of tho various disciples of Demosthe
nes, Shlnglo Introduced n concurrent res
olution "thnt It In the sense of this
Legislature that tho Auditor of tho
Territory shall, senii-nnnunlly, fnako
public advertisement for tenders for
fnrnlftlitnir rllrrntit Ritimttnii In nil .!. '
partments of tho Territorial govern
ment for tho next ensuing six months
period, nncl shall notify tho heads of
such departments of the nnino or
names of tho bidder or bidders whoso
tenders nro deemed by him to bo most
butlsfnctory, and that for nueh period,
so far ns practicable, tho current sup
plies shall bo purchased only from
such bidder or bidders In accordance
Willi such tenders."
Shingle stated that this resolution
Is designed to take tho place or the
purchasing ngeut clauso of Act C2,
which tho House yesterday voted to re
peal. "I have seen tho Governor," ho
said, "and he approves of this resolu
tion." "I have not seen tho Governor," In
terjected Coney, "but I think It Is n
good resolution nnd ought to be adopt
ed." Tho resolution was adopted unanim
ously. Kamnnoutti introduced a resolution
calling iiKin tho Hoard of Health to
causo n ic-cxamlnatlon of William Nnl
wl, formerly n pt inter by trade, whp
has for somo tlmo been confined at the
leper settlement as n leper suspect.
Tho resolution sets forth that the
symptoms supposed to Indicate lep
rosy uro shriveled lingers, carried by
Nnlwl from birth, no other symptoms
having developed. Tho resolution was
adopted. Nalwl is an old man who
for many years worked In tho various
printing cstiibllrhmeiits of tho city.
For three years he has been tit Mol
kal, though he has nothing of the np
penrnnco of u leper oxceipt the shriv
eled lingers of one band, and, As Shel
don, I.lko nnd Kumauoulii stilted this
morning, ho was bom with tho de
formed hand. KauinnOulii stated thnt
ho had worked with Nalwl' tor' years,
and did not bellevo him to bo ft leper.
A bill was Introduced by Htiddy to
establish n sinking fund Willi which
to pay oft any present or future bond
ecl indebtedness of tho Territory. The
bill provides that each year tho Treat
urer shall transfer to this fund 'suffi
cient of tho current revenues of the
Territory that tho aggregate of the
sums so deposited will, compounded
annually, amount nt tho expiration of
tho term for which tho bonus nro Is
sued, to tho full faco value thereof.
Fines and Cost.
Scnato Illll 30, Robinson, to turn
over nil fines and costs collected In tho
district courts, and nil ball forfeitures
lo tho counties, wus tnken up on spec
ial order or tho day nt 11 o'clock and
passed Its third reading without de
bate. Mutilated Show BUI,
Tho much-amended "show bill," In
troduced l,y l-'urlndo, but commonly
known nnd spoken of as Cohen's show
bill, ciimo back from tho .Senate. Cohen
promptly moved that tho Houso do not
concur lu tho amendments. Kurtndo
moved to defer until afternoon. This
A Close Vote.
Consideration of tho Governor's veto
of House Illll 3d, lulslng tho pay or
toad laborers to S1.G0 n day was taken
up at 11:30. Shlnglo moved to mis
tain tho veto,
Knmahu moved to override, on tho
grounds that tho reasons given by tho
Governor for refusing to sign tho bill
Knlelopu supported tho Governor,
nnd said that tho passage of such n
law ns this Is simply an attempt to
blarney tho voters. Thoro Is no uso
promising them tliut they shall be mild
moro than tho counties can afford to
pay. That would bo hurting moro tbnn
helping them. Tho Governor's reasons
woro good. Knlelopu contended, nnd
tho veto nught'to bo sustained.
Tho question was argued loudly and
long. Itlco finally cut short tlio debato
by moving tho previous question, theie-
by farcing a vote, Tho Governor's veto
wns sustained by the close voto of 1 1
3W BULLETIN ADS PAY -m&
P. E. R. Strauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. at Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 50x
130. House Q rooms.
For particulars apply
WAITY BLDG, 74 S. KING ST.
(Continued from Pase 1)
"regulars" this morning, and, nl
though defeated for the moment, they
Inflicted consldcrnblo damage ami
profess themselves icndy to renew
tho conlllct. Cohen openly charged
Speaker llolsteln with mhitrnry and
unjust methods, nnd eharactcilzi'd
his treatment of Stenographer Llojd I
as high-handed and unfair. Lloyd,
ho said, wns not given a squaro deal
by tho Speaker. He Intimated that
the star-chamber cessions of tho
Speaker's "Cabinet," of which ho is
not n member, are getting obnoxlouj
to somo of tho mcmhuis.
Sheldon, Imitating the lato Com
modore Vnnderbllt, made tho Inter
esting and startling statement that
It Is none of 'tlio public's business
what tho House cloeH as regards its
The trouble In tho House started
this morning over tlio older given by
tho Speaker to the Clfrk.to-re.nl Ste
nographer Lloyd's letter of resigna
tion. It was prefaced, however, by
u row in tho Speaker's pilvatc of-
lice, In tho presenco of sovernl Inter
ested members and press representa
tives, between th Speaker and Lloyd.
Lloyd llntly nccusd llolsteln of vio
lating his promlso nnd of giving
him n "dirty deal" to get even with
Tlio row wns over tho matter of
Lloyd's letter of lestgnntlon. The
Speaker told tho Monographer that
ho was going to lay the letter before
tlio House. Lloyd reminded him thnt
ho had promised not to do this, but
to plnco tlio letter before the "Cab
inet." And, In furt, tho Speaker did
mnko tho statement jesterdny thnt
ho had promised Lloyd thnt the let
ter should not go before the House
"Well, jour resignation is accepted
and I am going (o gtvo tho letter to
tho Houso this mottling. That's all
I have to say," announced llolsteln.
"It looks to mo as It this were a
dirty deal," said Llojd. "When I
wroto that letter I did not know that
thcio woio nny ehargus against me,
but I hnvo since learned that some
pretty rotten charges were made nt
tho 'Cabinet' mcctfng yesterday aft
ernoon. ..The. premutation of thnt
letter under th? circumstances will
look llko an admission of guilt on my
Llojd nnd the 8pcaker wcro both
Very angry. Thoi Speaker walked
out and Into tho House, vvhcio ho
proceeded to carry but his threat.
lly direction of tho Speaker, the
Clerk read to the Houso Lloyd's let
ter of resignation' id tho Speaker, In
which tho stenographer stated thai
lifter n quiet consultation with Cac
tro, he found that tho arrangements
and prices for typewriting agreed
upon weio to establish n prlro for
tho ordinary Oping of bills by oul-
"This fact has icsultcd lu a serious
misunderstanding of tho enso on my
part, I reallzo thnt tlio Inllucnco of
yourself and Mr. Castro In a great
measure secured mo tho position of
stenographer, hence I hnvo nsked Mr.
Alfonso to withdraw tho icsolutltin,
If such might bo possible, and have
llio same expunged from "iu min
utes. "As you hnvo mado other arrange
ments for getting out tho minutes, I
sco tho useless necessity of my stay
ing on nny longer, nnd in tlio spirit
of economy jou so much deslie, I
tender hereby my resignation."
Tho Speaker's curt letter accept
ing tho resignation wns also lead.
Cohen nt once sprang to his feot.
"I undci stand from Mr. Llojd,"
ho snld, "that this resignation was
written by Mr. Lloyd before certain
charges wcro mado against him, Ho
feels, nnd I feel, that tho ncceptanro
of this resignation at this tlmo would
bo an Injustice to him, ns confirm
ing tho charges thnt hnvo been made
against him. Mr. Lloyd Is entitled
to n sqnaro deal, nnd I do not think
the resignation should bo accepted
until theso charges nro Investigat
ed." Sheldon said ho did not know of
any charges that' hud been made
against Llojd nnd ho saw no reason
why tho leslguatlon should not be
accepted. "Moieovor, tho Speaker
has already accepted tlio resignation
and I don't see that wo can'do other
wise." Tho Speaker stated that tlio mat
ter was subject to revision by tho
House as to whether or not the
Speaker had dono his duty.
Alfonso stnted that ho declined to
withdraw Lloyd's resignation,
"Charges have been mado In this
Houso ngnlnst Mr. Lloyd. I hnvo
heard them and every member of the
House lias he.ud them. Am we to
hnvo stnr-ehaiubei- pincecilliigs) mid
not give this man 'who Is accused a
chance to defend himself? I think
It Is duo mo and evory member of
this Ilnuso who Is not n member of
the "Cabinet" thnt we be allowed lo
know about this tliliib'- It Is "an In
To take your Films
and Negatives to
justice to try Mr. Lloyd and not give
him an opportunity to defend him
self." Tho Speaker said that no charges
had been made lu tho Houso -against
"It is none of tho public's btisl
nefs," declared Sheldon, "what this
House docs hero on the floor,
not going back to my constituents
nnd explain the trouble the House
had Willi Its steiiugrnpher,"
Knlelopu stnted that although no
ehnrges hud been mado on tho llooi
of the House, jet ehnrges had been
made and they wcro public ptopcily.
Ho wni sorry the resignation of
Llojd had been accepted by tho
Speaker for the charges against the
members of this ltnute mo very se
rious nnd should be thoioughly In
vestigated. "1 nm very sorry thnt
nunc members of this House have
made themselves to notorious nB to
publish In the paper things they
know onlj by hcnisay. 1 know that
some committees are employing
clerks that they havo no right to
have. If tliut Isn't u graft I don't
know what It Is. I am now pictur
ing another resolution to investigate
everybody in this House, from Hie
Shingle accepted tho motion to
confirm the notion of tho Speaker In
accepting the resignation of Lloyd.
Cast i o denied that ho had any
thing to do with the resignation of
Lloyd, or had asked him to present
Cohen reiterated his statement
that the neccptaneo of tho resigna
tion now would be taken virtually ns
an admission of guilt on tho part of
Mr. Lloj-il, although the leslgnntlun
was written out before Lloyd knew
any charges had been preferred
Shingle thought it ridiculous that
thlity member:! should wrangle for
nn hour over, the resignation of the
stenographer when It had been cleni-
ly shown thnt ho was the loot of all
tho trouble. , lie said that In second
ing the motion to accept tho resigna
tion ho did not, want to he under
stood ns accepting ns pioved the
chnigcs Against Lloyd.
Kama,, thought that ns the story
had becn;)iibll8hed In the II u 1 1 d -
1 1 u nnd would theiefore go nil over
tho world, iv thorough investigation
ought to tit'-miide. He thought all
members audi olllecrs of tho House
should be Investigated.
Cohen inovml. to amend the motion
to necept tho resignation by defer
ring nctldn until nfter tho Investi
gating committee had mado Its re
port. Tho' motion was ruled out of
order ami tho voto on tho orlglnnl
motion was taken. Cohen called for
tho ayes nncl noes. Tho voto stood
IS to 0 lu fnvor of accepting the
leslguatlon. Alfonso, Cohen, l-'urln
do, Knlelopu. Kealawan, and Long
voted no. Five members wcro nb-
t-cnt and tho Speaker did not vote.
(Continued from Pais ll
tor. Tho Stand'ird telephone chatter
was renewed by tho last Congress
When the llutchlns telephone scheme
was talked, it was hinted that if the
pioposeil now company ulleuiplod to
dig up the streets. It would have to
fight a suit with tho Mutual and the
Standard. Tho purchase of tho eon
trol of tho Mutual eliminates one op
pnncut. Whether tho Standard can
do nnj thing or will try to do anything
to pi event tlio use of tlio streets fur
underground conduits, ) cumins to be
Tho exact number or shares Cecil
Ilrowii turned over to the now com
pany Is given nt 92G7 nt f lo u share.
Those whoso names mo associated
with tho new combination nro: Alex
ander & Il.ilclnln, C. Ilrewer & Co., I-'.
A. Schaofer & Co., tho Hawaiian Trust
Co.. James !'. Morgan, lllshop & Co., C
M. Cooke. Ltd., Win. (I. Irwin & Co.,
tho Hawaiian Development Co. and
several others. Tho total number of
Mutual Company hiiurcs is 1.1,000, and
tho pin chasers hnvo therefore) acquired
neai ly two thirds of tho stock at $92,
flhO. Under tho leorganlzed company tho
Mutual Company will bo put in at a
slock vuliio of Jir.O.oon, and the Wire
less Telegraph equipment at JWU.OOD.
The new construction for tho luslnlla
Hon of tho automatic system will be
taken care of by tho sale of bonds.
HAD THE TIPPING HABIT
(leorge, who was Just soven, came
Into his mother's loom u row days
befoio Christinas with his usual let
ter to Santa Chins in his hand, and,
according to custom, placed it i'u
front of the fireplace His mother
picked it mi mill, feeling nimelhlng
hard enclosed, s.ild: "Why, George,
what Is this lu jour letter?" "Thill's
five cents," came the piompt answer,
"llut what Is It for?" "Well, jou see,
mother, Santa Clams has been pietly
good to me lately, so I thought I
would give him ii tip." Thi' April
2) DULLETIN ADS PAY -&
(Continued from Pa:c 1 J
Tho next I bine on deck wns Senate.
Illll No. 14ii. which i nt it up I" M "1
to pay back what Semite fllll No. .'.'.2.
(the pipe H.iP appropriation), gives hrr
This bill also passed third reading
x.lthoiM nny opposition.
Wrelber county Jailors shall tie op
pol-ilod by Hip sheriff!) or not is a
matter ovi r which, the solons seem
iinnl'le to agree. House Illll No. Of)
whlc'i irovldes tint they rlmll, nm
up fir (Mr I tvril'ntj this nrv.Mug
Thi.e wn bo much fmlt found with
the while" mcisii-c. th it the b! '.
handed over to the JiullcHry Con. mil
toe to bo hum mi-led Into clinic
Houso Illll No. 143. estildlM.ln; an
iippiopiiatlng for the Lllirnrj i.i Mi
wall, pa need third reading nit hunt op
Palmer Woods sprang n mini, en
sensation on the Senate bv nT n-i
nn amendment to the bill. r."i-n In.'
that tho library should lie ,n It .c
The iiiaukn e-lose corpornlic.n sii'i
lHirlcd the motion with ';lee !.: lb
majority snowed It under.
House Illll No. 153, ledlHtiiii i.' i!i
Territory, passed third re.idlii' vmiIi
out nny opposition.
Houso Illll No Hit, nm'-iilln: i:i
law of eminent domain so ns to s t
guard piopcrtj'-holdcra against Hi
teckless taking of their binds bj rail
loads, passed thin! rending.
The milk resolution slipped through i
without opposition. It Is now up to
the Governor to appoint n romnilsslnti
to Investigate all specimens of luetv.il
Until offered for sale.
House Illll No. "0J, providing feu
the disposition of certain moneys held
ill the tie.isiiry to leilcem paper nnd
money orders Issued under tlio Hepub
He. went lo tho Ways and Means Com
mittee. This bill provides that the
money, now held ns n special redump
tion fund, shall be turned over to Hip
general fund. It futtlier piovides that
a Miln, equal to the amount of the
fuild, shall be "appropriated to ledecm
tlio paper and money orders of the
ltepuhllc. As It Is hardly likely that
any of tliu orders or paper will be pre
sented for iedemptoii at this late
dale, the bill has been Introduced th
order to get rid of tho necessity for
cairjlng n special fund In the treas
ury which only encumbers tlio books
and accomplishes no end.
Houso Illll No. "0U, relative to
stump duties, went to tho Ways and
Means Committee, while House illll
No. 107, was taken up from the table
and re Co nod to tlio Hawaii delegation.
The latter bill refers to fishing In illlo
House Dills New. lif., F!l and l'fi. at
relating to Hie duties of the llciarcU
or Supervisors or the various counties.
passed second leading with llltlo or
Houso Hill No. 8S, fixing the power)
or the counties, and amended bj Hie
liidlclary Committee, passed Its sec
ond leading lu the form leconiinend
eel by tho coiiiuillteo. An eltorl wa
made to amend it, but Chairman Knu l
ten dltcouriiged tho Idea by In gglng
Unit the bill either pass or bo tabled
Said lie: "This bill has been genu
over cnicfullj. If wo begin fooling
with It now we may leave holes thai
n horn) unci wagon can drive thioiigh."
The hill passed.
Senate Illll No. 137. piovicllng feu
tho disposition or tile balance or tho
road tax ruml on hand in tlio Treas
ury, p-iHsc.il second lending.
It took u lot of talk In get Semite
Illll No. 7d, lelutltiK to tho payment of
witness fees and mileage, out of the
waj-. Tho bill provides that policemen
nnil other county employe), excepting
sherlfTs, their deputies, mid county nt
tornojs, may ncelvo witness fees at
tlio ralo ot $t a day, and mlleago, when
they nro called away rrom homo to
Senato Illll No. It, up for second
reading, was tabled. This bill pro
vides for the method ot pnjlng county
employed, nnd President Smith char
acterized It us u illiect attack on Hip
very pilnclple or county government.
Houso Illll No. ISO, the tu law, was
taken up by tho Senato In Committee
or tlio Whole. The Assessor wns
called before tho oonmiltli'ti and war
plied with all sorts of technical quns
lions. At 12 o'clock tho committer
trewe, loported progiess, and nske-d
leave lo hit iignln.
JESS SAID HER PRAYERS.
One day throo-yonr-old llaby Jess
was visiting her grandmother, who wits
gory devout. She nsked llaby Jess
If her mother hud taught her to Buy
Ji'ss answered: "Ves. ma'am."
"Whom do jou pray to. doar.v ami
ask to forgive your naughty ways?"
"Sometimes I pray to mother's knees
and sometimes to tho bed." Tho April
There will lie Important business for
transaction nt the meetlng-or Honolulu
eile Hi), I'. O II.. lu K of P. hull
.it 7:30 this evening.
.-,.' ,.ji.iiM.!-. 'tfntfMMi. , .ftJfataL ,
I" AMERICAN GIRL"
AT THE OHPIIEUM
Tliepopul.il I'iIi find nmpnny pro
Iteni'd I'.1.')" Lot nl. hi at tho Or
iphi'tini which wa" to have lieen tho
i 'citing pprfoimniiei' of I his pretty
daj but owing to the Immense ile-
ninnd for cents by those who did not
)?ct to sen It the first of the week,
nnd for the benefit of the children,
'Puis" will be produced again nt tho
' The American Girl." which Is the
offering tonight and tomo. iow. Is
one of those iilnjs that will never
grow old Judged In- the length of
life H'ionl"d to mevl pin of the
recent era. the re'onl attained bj
this beiuilful romance ii n truly re-
'linkable one ltow- inanv plays
have ever enjoyed mii Ii iiiiumiiiiI pros
perltj ? Manager Kllefcnd has tot II
high standard for "Tho American
Girl," nnd the fact that he has liuv-
r allowed deterioration In artistic)
cxcpJIpiico or scenic equipment. In
addition to the Intrinsic nieilt of the
luj no doubt accounts tor the warm
welcome that I nlwnjs accorded to
this popular favorite, unci It will
uiidnubtt-dlj prove to bo one of tho
most Interesting dramatic treats of
Hip Kllrforcl engugoment.
The same careful select Inn of play
ers to perform the dlffeient roles.
that has characterized this produc
tion In the past, has bem carefully
attended to Miss Due as "the girl"
tins mi" of the cleverest parts lu tho
bill, and she shows at once great tal
ent and nhillt). The little Uiborne
children us ' Prince ltoj-" and "Little
I.ndy" have two of the most vvlnsomu
characters In the play; these bright
youngsters nro already llrnily estab
lished In tho nfTcetloiis of Honolulu
audiences by their novel spp-ialtlos
and ciiurnilng manners, nnd tonight
they will bo seen In nn entirely now
lot of clever turns. Two other char
acters that always make a hit in this
bill nro "Ilolter" and "Twister," ta
ken respectively by Geo. Hernandez
nnd Miss Luce. That they get the
moil out of these funny characters
Is icadlly realized when one remem
bers their work In eulicr comedy
niles. Seats me now veiling for nil
the l-'lb-foid pei form. Hues nt tho
Ol phe Illll box ollbe.
STOCKS STRONG AND
CROP RETURNS COMING
The htock inai l.c t simmered to
daj. There was not much trading but
the vni tetj was conuldeiable. Seven-tj-llvo
share's of Walliiku canto out(
ut JJ250., which shows that not nil
the nharoholdcis Intend to tnko tho
:i-per-ccnt. dividend. A gesid deal of
Hie nionoy from tho hlghcr-prleeil
stocks Is going Into the cheaper ones.
In which thcii) is moro nctlvity:
Tho market ta strong. And It
gives promlso of being stronger In
the next few weeks. Not u few nro
waiting anxiously for the Senato to
show signs of record-breaking speed
In dealing with the tariff bill. Oth
ers arc buying now on the knowl
edge that over) thing wilt go up when
tho tariff bill Is passed.
Not many hnvo stopped to reallzo
that this Is tho period when money
Is usually tight In Honolulu. Thnt
ihr.rc has been no causo to wult for
the sugar returns to come In shows;
how strong tho locnl financial posi
tion is. This also Is Interesting to
contemplate when one, slops to thlHIc1
of what tho position will bo nftor
tho off-season overdrafts aio all paid
up by ho returns from the crop.''
Money Is Seeking Investment today
nnd there should be moro offering lu
i mouth or bI weeks. This Is cor-'
tain to have Its effect on the stoclc
market nnd nlso an tent estate. Tho
latter will stnrt up when the Legis
lature quits without raising the
Quo day Mary came to lie- mother
mid said, "Mother, my ea- aches'"
"noes It ncho very bid, .Mnrj'-"
asked her mother.
"Well, run out and play; then you
w 111 forget about It "
Mary wont out, but pn-ttv soon sho
raine back nnd said: "Mothei. rn ear
does iieho. It Is liol the hole. Inn tu
rufflo mound it. The Api II Delineator.
; SCENE FROM "THE AMERICAN
I'uiiikiiblc one ltow- inanv plays