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BVEN1N0 WLLHTIN, HONOLULU. T. I!., FIltDAY, AUGU8T.13, 1909.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issuedvon Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF TBS ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Parrlngtan,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rer Month, ftnywlicre In U 3 ?A
Ptr Quarter, km) wrher In US a.oo
'frr rr, imvlietelnUS H.oo
Per r, postpaid, foreign, I3.UO
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER' PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
-p -i I Editorial Roonis, - 185
lclMBuslness Office, - 25
inlered at the fostoflice at Honolulu
U tecoml-clms Pittter.
FRIDAY AUGUST 13. 1909
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Who knows himself a braggart, "Is proper bearing, ho has only
Let him fenr this, for it will come hlnnelf to Hlnmc for It. If the
t0 pass bcUttrtK were illegal and con-
That every 'braggart shall be found r to law Mr. Maklno ana
an ass. Shakespeare. I1'1" associates hnvo their remedy
i. -rr In appropriate suits for dam-
FlilTllR' SMITH INri'mVYHRFATS . wherein every feature of the
This man Is versatile and tu mis
take Tor hint to breath- Is to
Whin this controversy nroso lie-,
twecn the II ill let In and tho
AnrllsPi Ills conduct wns uuder ills -
r,,vi,. ii.. rnnllp.l hv nttncklntr .
ii,,. pitnsiwrm.W which was his i
wifv f answering to the chnrKcs of.'e "I'on the seizures made In Ho-
tho II u 1 I c 1 1 n.
He then proceeded gratultouslj
which was also his way to
THREATEN that In the CONSPI-I
HACV CASK NOW ON TRIAL there
would he n verdict AGAINST THE
PH03ECUT10N or n mistrial,
was more, than gratuitous,
InaiiA ii na tint U nnn - I ll ft ltlll
... . .i ,,... ..i i
1 o 1 1 n and the Advertiser, and'
' ' . .
It was not nt all n part or
Mi. Smith's defense to lug In n
possible failure of the conspiracy
trial, hut It would not have heen
like him not to have done It.
Usuallj the man hlusters nlong
nnd ovcrjone gets out of his way
He Is so used to It that when-he wub cd bj Mr ,,lKlltfoot) kc,)t 1)racticnl
lemlndcd that his Incitement nnd ij Ir()m (nc m),ic,
buggcstloiis to that Jurj, consisting Mr. Ugiufoot has been hammered
lis it did of Ilnvvallans, was not llko- nto or,,pr nm, , now con,iuclnB
ly to tarry very far, owing to thelll8 caso , le ,, ng ,, BhouM(
leputalion tile cuuor 01 tne .vuver-
tlsei has earned, and well earned."
nmong tho Hawaiian people, tho
blusterer could hardly believe his
eves to be given ns
ho sent. And now,
in this morning's Issue he Is
crvlng iiloud AGAINST THK
CASi: for the DEFENSE being PRE
JUDICED b our leply to him.
He, of course, could throw out
suggestion to thc Jury that this In
Milencc of the II u 1 I c 1 1 n had bet
ter be" recognized by tho Jury, but
no oua else wns to say a thing,
Now, wo do not purpose to seo
THi:Si: 3TIUKB CASES DEINtl
quietly knocked and DIS
COURAGED a lltllu block put
lu here, nil Insinuation there,
and a misrepresentation at somo
other turn without stepping ln to
ikmand "Hands Off" to tho comple
tion of tliCM) trials
It was nppirent Iq men on thc In
side Hint tho I'ltOSECUTION lu tho
KlOr CASH WAS IIKINH KNOCK
ED, AND NO ONE KNEW IT 11ET
TEH THAN THE EDITOR OP TUB
Tho prosecution kept still nnd
hoped to get through lu spite of tho
knocking, hut they did not, however,
though It was u caso where the men
wcro cnught red-handed ln nn open
I lot, nud where, tho defense put up
slmpl) ndded to their guilt nnd
iii.ide It mora Plain. That was
enough Theso strlko trials cannot I '
soonundtho.otnnnotboafalrnnd.01 M"",? of 'ho P"" '
impartial trial until the knocker ,s nment Mr. Denning, in lis
.1...1 v, nt ,. ,,,,, ,, ,i ' Place. Mr. Denning evidently
brought to time.
The editor of the Advertiser re
ported NOTHING DOINC- In the caso
pi. in wiofuau
for the piosecut on, tho day hoforo
, , ,, . ,, ., i . i
jestcrdny. Hut tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
,..,., r .v. ..
1 tinted, verbatim from tho tran-
' .... ', ,, ., .,.,. .
PWII'L l IWU Ctllll'lllt,! t-1IUi.lilL1 u
.i. 'sirw-n tuMwiivn invn .i,
, ' ,, .'.,,, "i .. Mr. Dennlng's translations Inler
wiis biiuiglit nut that dnj In fnvnri , , , t
.., .,. r.... .i. i. Icl the Inngungo used vcrj much
, , ,,. . ,,.,
of ono of the defendants.
trl ,,, , ,, ,. ,,!
.. ..".,. ...."".. '..''
I I1IIIIIH IIHH, IIIU JlllUIUtJ.jn nil lliu
puisccuthm ln the riot trial belabor
.U,,.. I !, I IkUI hnlnlw.r.
ed Mr Llghtfoot like a pickpocket.
Hut ho POROETS, nnd hns CARE
l'L'LLY KEPT OUT of his paper, the
fact th it Mr Llghtfoot diarged the
men CONDUCTING THE PROSECU
TION WITH LARCENY
, IIURGLARY specifically.
In tho Wnlpnhu I lot tilnl the seiz
ure of tho effects of tho iabot ngltn
tors here In Honolulu hnd nothing
to do with tho case; but Mi, Light- the court. Ho can go in and obtnln
foot simply bullied his vay uloug blank subpoenas with tho stgnatuio
nnd kept up n constant lofercnco to of the clerk already nttnehed thero
the hclzmes undo In Honolulu by. on. Ho fills out the subpoena over
the polite, chntgtng over nnd over
ngnln thnt It was luiccny nud burg-,
lary under the statute nnd accord-
lng to Its terms. If, finally, tho nt
tornojs conducting tho piosecutlou
had to act as pollco nnd brlus him
Per Sli Mourn .Ho
Fer Year, injrwhrre In U S I.uo
Pet Year anyvhere In Canada,.. f.Ru
Perear postpaid. foteinn. ...... 3.oo
I seizure, nny
could nil he lcRltlmntcly testified to
r,,i sulunltted to n Jury
It was to PREVENT n PAIR trial
on the Issues Involved In the Wnt-
Ad-'Pn''" case, to promote ANYTHING
"''? JUSTICE that Mr. Llghtfoot
piactlenlly nlianiloiied the issue of
tho riot nt Walpahu and tried his
liolulu, and would not he denied.
ls that the kind of n fair trial
that tin editor of the Advertiser has
ln -1!. J" ." V'ff-S"". "1J!
..." ?'' lhnL ' J". ..T
upon his stomach. Not a protest
iifiilnst the unfairness and the In-
J ptiuiic ui iutkc iruiu
me iiuerjc-uuuii en iiiut issue e-s-
enned his lien. Tho wnrds "larceny
, , , . , ,
nnil hnrclnrv." reiipateil nnd re-re-
. ., r. .:' ' . ... ... ,,
peated in the riot trial by Mr.
Llghtfoot, and brought in whether
or no, wns not condemned by tho
Advertiser, but It was wilfully suj
presed, and the matter smudged
over, and the unfairness to tho
"osecutlon of tho trlnl, as conduct-
,, uut for thc bnck,nR nnd lncltc.
)))Cnt t)mt )ie rccehe(, from rcsnonsi.
bio sources he would never have dar-
C(, ,Q carrJ ,llg ..igj,.,,,,,,,,,,,, pro(nam
,, , ,, , . ... . I.. .ii.,
ii. , lln, s1,rllPiK,i frnl wiint
, ..u ... ..... ...,.. . -
we know of ou, Mr, Editor Smith,
that ou have occupied the position
that ou do, but by all that Is good
wo do not propose that Jou shall
work under cover.
PROFESSOR DENNING AND HIS
If ono w tints to know not only
what the defence Is doing, hut whut
it Is going to do In '.he strike tiials,
lead the Advcrtlsci.
It seems now thnt Professor Den
ning ls to be nrrestcd nnd detained
Indefinitely lu this Territory by tho
defense, nnd for what purposo? It
was charged originally thnt Shcba's
I translations would bo biased nnd ox-
I nggerntcd ngnlnst tho Jilt nnd its
i1,0WrlnB' T'1CS translnT,lons "c'
therefore, sent to Japan, to
Ilrlnklcy, editor of tho Japan
Mall, who is understood to bo tho
foremost English authority on tho
Japanese Inngungo In tlie Empire of
Jnpan, Ho bent Shobn's translations
back "O. K d" In nil their substnnco.
He wns nslad If ho could come, nnd
give his evidence direct. Ho could
i lint mil rn Mm Mmn liti t unn t rm tint.
HIlCW IIUIIUIIK UUUllt IIIO l-UII-
trovcrsy here, and enme purely
nnd simply in tho Interests of Im
i . .,.,, ... ,. . ,
,, "" "
lotions were absolutely correct nnd
, ,, , ' , .
verified on tho stand. This ho hns
, , , ,, , ,
done, nnd to tho Burpriso gf many,
n t a ii i i
'l '""is out thnt In many respects
mora venomously thnn oven Shehn h
trnnslnt ons, AND HE HAS SWORN
EMPHATICALLY THAT THE Alt
rrrM -c t rtttC
' llvlino lt IJUr,.
STION ARE AN
INCITEMENT TO PHYSICAL VIO
LENCE. That was enough. Mr. Denning
has got to he punished by the de
tente, even If It rails for nn nbusc of
AND "ll I"01 cs" of tho court b nn nt-ilorne).
An nttotney Is n pilvllcged dim -uctei
In his I elation with tho eouit.
Ho Is n direct officer nnd member of
the cleik's name, ns ho mhs fit, le
sponsible only to the court, us one
of Its oMtfera, foi any use or ubu'e of
HOW THOROUGHLY THE AD-
VJJHTISCR IS IN TOUCH WlTU'
EVEItV PlfAdB OP THE 1)E
rENSE AND ITS SCHEMES, is
shown In the suggestion by thnt
paper that the men back of this
proposition ienl)ze that It .will not
he safe to claim merely that Mr.
Denning Is wanted ns nn expert, so
thc proposition unquestionably ls to
drum up some belief or pretense un
der which It can be claimed' thnl Air.
Denning Is wanted for something
he has said or done since he hns
Wo dnro not suggest to Mr. Light
foot thnt he Is walking on thin Ico
to uso tho process of tho court for
nny such purpose, nnd that ho may
find his fingers badl burned before
he gets thhoiigh with nny such
blnckmnlllng progrnm. It
prejudice the trlnl forsooth.
Enough of Mr. Ughtfoot. Hut his
co-partner, the man who knows
his moves and what he plans to do,
nnd tells how he propones to abuse
tho process of thc court and how ho
proposes to get nround thc proposi
tion that when Mr, Denning is de
tained hr nn expert It may be upon
conditions requiring .expert fees to
bo paid, thc man who hns received
the Information that tho trhk can
perhaps ho plaod upon Mr. Den
ning by tho pretense that ho Is want
ed to testify on somo other mnttcrs,
EDITOR WALTER O. SMITH, tho
advocate of fair trials nnd fair meth
ods, ho Is the one we address our
selves to, nnd Buggcst thnt he, too,
is showing up his relations with tho
defense, altogether too clearly.
Often tho process of tho court Is
abused by its own officers, but soon
er or Inter there Is a. reckoning for
nnj thing of thnt kind, nnd the wil
ful detention of this man from his
business by wny of rcvengo for his
having furnished evidence to tho
Territory of Hawaii In tho prosecu
tion arising out of the strike is Just
so near tho border lino of crime thnt,
if wo know Mr, Smith's disposition,
ho will be well under cover by tho
time it Is made.
Editor Smith hnd ono expcrlcnco
In thnt lino nt tho hands of his
friend Ilumplircjs, who, ns Smith
most certainly believed nt tho time,
wns planning to railroad him to
Jail on the charge of perjury.
THE LEADINO PROSECUTION
COUNSEL IN THE TRESENT CON
SPIRACV TRIAL PR01IAI1LY HAS
A VIVID RECOLLECTION of stand
lng between Judgo Humphreys nnd
his prey to tho extent nt hnvlng to
go to Jail for lontcmpt of court In
blocking n trlnl of Editor Smith by
his then mortal enemy, Judge
It Is n matter of common knowl
edge, too, that Attorney Kinney
never collected n fee from Editor
Smith for thnt service, but Editor
Smith perhaps feels that ho has
been pnjlug off tho obligation tho
past few mouths for what Kinney
then did for him?
Tho pot of gold ln the shape of n
fee was certalnl) nt tho tall end of
the rainbow1 In that case,
Chlcngo hns a new superintend
ent of schools u woman who re
ceives $10,000 n venr. She, Is tho
first Woman superintendent of
schools. Chicago hns over had, and
sho Inaugurated her administration
b)' n plain talk to business men
through tho ncwspnpcis on what
they should expect fiom tho public
What Mrs. Elln Ping Young hays
of tho Chicago men ls quite common
to nil busy men having llttlo tlmo
to give more, attention to tho pub
lic Schools thnn to criticise them oc
casionally. Her talk was vory brief
and for that reason probably1 curled
homo to n greater number of busy
"There hns been much criticism
from business men on tho teaching
of 'tho three Its,' " Mrif. Voling' said
Among our "For Sales" we have opportunities for the small in
vestor as well as the one of large means. By woy of example, we have
a $1,200 property consisting of two (2) fivc-room cottages in a locality
readily rented. We ean sell this as nn investment or sell the houses
singly for homes, .
An acre of land extending from the Diamond Head Boad to beach,
with 100 foot frontage on beach. Price $3,S00,
We have for sale leasehold interest in lot 20x00, Waianuenue Street,
Hilo. Size of building 20x36, Best business location in Hilo,
Property at Pearl Cilv, near Depot. Tantalus home for one year
Cor, Fort and
liliiiniiiiii 'rijfll'Mg-'''(LjJ Jim Ai.. . it .'u t&
in discussing school work in general.
"I do not believe tho fault lies with
tho teachers. They have been over
whelmed with work.
"Industrial education should n6t
bo a means of establishing socjnl
'classes,' hut n means of teaching
children to ndnpt themselves to
ninny conditions. I do not hcllcvo
ln teaching nny sjstcm of manual
training that compels tho pupil to
pnlnt lilies At thc valley on n boot
jack. This Is neither nrt nor In
dustry, llootjacks arc of little vnlilo
nowadays, nnd tho painting Is out of
If Mrs. Young were to look over
the sltuntlon In Hawaii It Is reason
able to believe that she would tell
our teachers to Btlck to the three
Rs, nnd In the matter of Industrial
trnlnlng give tho children n coilrso
thnt would ndupt them to n life In
an agricultural country, ns opposed
to nn "education" thnt results In a
pnpcr-collnr-clgarcttc-home - despis
WHY says tho Slur In hliie-ejcP
wonder should nnnno think It should
wnnt to'nild Its mlto to tho nsslstnnco
of tho dofenso or tho tUfcat of thu
prosecution. Ono llttlo word of thrco
This Is flnbcrgastlng. Why, Indeed.
Why nfter.hnvlnff mnrlo tho attack
on tho emptojment of prlvuto prose
cutors nnd thus Btuck n knlfo hi tho
ribs of tho Prosecution should that
paper butt In Rovcrndn)s Inter with
u parallel column demonstration of
how utterly kind It hns been to tho
It tnkes tlmo to recover from tho
shock and Answer Hint question.
Lot us hobo tho Oovernor wns
misquoted when he stld thnt no ne
gotiations on Knpnn lands have been
hnd with the Makcc Sugnr Company.
Isn't Z. Spntdtng the Mnkeo Sugar
Oovernor Prcar hns mndo thc
most remarkable statement thnt Kn
pnn lands devoted to pasturage arc
bringing In more Income than If cul
tivated In sugnr. Now, wouldn't
thnt Jnr the common citizen who
hns nlvvnys supposed tluit lnnd under
profitable cultivation brought more
to n government bj way of taxes
thnn land leased for pasturago? Was
there ever n piece of land with
which so many freak Ideas have been
associated ns Kapia?
Thc murderous nttick upon Editor
Shcha of the Hawaii Shlnpo has
served to bring to n head somo of
tho plans which hiivobocn discussed
ns remedies for the strlko situation,
hns helped to dissipate some of the
fog, and has doubtless been the
cause of ending tho strike. Tho
next question will be Who wns Im
plicated with Mori, tho assailant ln
the cowardly attack? Garden Is
That's tho question of courec, and,
curiously enough, alleged supjiort
crs of law and order nro doing
thch utmost to mnko tho people for
get thc criminals and belittle tho
Forester Clifford Plnchot Is on tho
trnll of tho secret wntcr power trust,
us evidenced In his speech of Tuesday
before tin lirlgatlon Congress. Mr.
Plucliot l'i dealing with llio new In
fant octopus bald:
"There could ho no better Illustra
tion of the eager, rapid, unwearied
absorption by cnpltal of the rights
Which bchmg to nil the people than
the water power trust, not jet form
ed, but In rapid progress of forma
tion. This stntcment Is true, but
not unchallenged. Wo nro met nt
everv turn by the In'dlgnnnt denial
'of tho wntci. power Interests. They
Merchant Streets, J J
LOTS FOR SALE
1. Upper Fort street section, 50' x 100 $ 375
2. Punnnl, 2 lots, 100 x 105, each 225
3. Kaimnki Jot, 100 x( 150 250
4. Lilihantreet lot . 65"
5. Kaimukl lot, 150 x POO 1,200
0. AnaVunr street lot, 65 x 125 1,700
HOMES FOR SALE
1. Kalihi, 5 room house '. $M00
2. Pacific Heights; 5 room house 1,400
4. Kalakaua Ave, 0 rooms 1(000
A $15,000 HOME
Are you interested
thing to show interested
Trent Trust Co,, Ltd.
toll us thnt there Is no community
of interest nmong them, nnd ct
they nppcar jenr nftcr jenr nt theso
Congresses ,by their paid attorneys,
asking for jour Inmicnio to help
theni remove thc few remaining ob-
stnclcs to their perpetual nnd com-
llicto nliMirutlon of tho rciilnlulug
HE TALKS DREAMILY TO
SAN FRANCISCO NEWSPAPER
His Fight With Mr. Schwcrin Is
Settled and so Will1 Moralize on
Things He has Met in Life.
Mnstcrs of Faclflc Mali liners nro
sleeping soundly o' nights onco mo'ro
for tho difficulties between William L.
Castle, of tho Castles of Honolulu, and
General Manager Schwcrln of tho Pa
cific Mail Steamship Company have
been amicably concluded by a truce
which was agreed upon by tho rnrtles
yesterday morning at tho offlco In tho
Flood building, says tho Chronicle.
Castle walked Into tho omco of It. P.
Schworln csterdny morning nnd of
fered to wager 11000 with htm that h
wiiull bo able to repeat his perform
onco of Saturday, when ho Br lied on
tho Mongolia nnd returned on the
pilot boat ln dcflanco of tho orders of
tho general manager of tho lho.
Castlo was confident that ho would
be ablo to board tho Newpnit on Trl-
day dcsplto tho efforts of all tho cap
tains, tho secretaries nud tho deck
hands jumping to carry out tho orders
of General Mnnagcr Schwcrln nnd
head him off, and ho wanted to bet
$1000 on tho spot thnt ho could do it.
Dut tho bet was not taken, nnd after
t. conference', which Is clouded ln mvs
lory, tho wnr which begun In tho
lunch loom of tho Pncillc Union Club
wns ended by n truce.
'Our difficulties hnvo been settled
amicably,' sajs Castle. "This Is tho
inly nuthoilzcd statement which I
Masters Breathe Easier.
So tho masters of (ho liners who
had been ordeicd to keep Castlo off
their ships, or dlo In tho attempt,
breathed n sigh of relief, nnd felt thnt
barring shlpwiccks and sunken rocks
nnil Mich minor difficulties thejr Johs
wcro onco moro snfe.
No uiplitlu who had sighted plrnlis
III lho oiling had been moro fcMifiil of
tho result than tho captain of thu
Now port, for "milira Is orders," anil
his InstriK linns wcio to icpolt'honrd
crs when Castlo showed up on tho
Hut then Castlo uild ho cont'd do It
miyhow, nnd that mndo tho captain
I'crvous Ills official hoad depended
on tho outcome. Theio oro tho i.it
fenders Invented for tho ptuposo of
keeping lodents from coming aboard
but theio, hnsbecn iu machinery In-
Those Arnold Goods
in such a placet
We have some-
vcnlcd to cntch Mr. Onstlo of Hoiliv
lulu, who admits ho Is u "Sherlock
Holmes 11," so tho captain might well
li.no been nervous,
Then Cnstlo called at tho omco of
Oeilcrnl Mnn.igtr Schwcrln nnd wns
ushered lulu thc prestnto with his
vvrlltten offer to bet $1000 in his
And tho outcome wnc nn nmlcnblo
truce. What wcro tho terms of tho
truco Is qulto as much n secret as Is
the reason which impelled Castle to go
Jo) rilling on Orlcl.tnl liners.
Had a Good Reason.
"I can not tell ou why I did It,"
ho says, "but I had n very good rc.i
son which I nm not nt liberty to ex
plain, A icnsonablc explanation
might bo Hint I wont to sec somo
friends off. Down In tho Islands,
where I hnvo practiced law, tho call
mo Sherlock Holmes II. I nm nblo to
nrrlvo nt deductions In matters thnt
appear most difficult. I protest that I
would hnvo been nblo lo lr.ivo gonu on
bonrd tho Newport, but In my confer
enco with Mi. Schwcrln this morning
wo reached n ('(inclusion under which
I ngreed not to nuke tho attempt."
So thu tempest which began nt tho
lunch ut the Padflc Union Club Is rue-
cepill il hv ll rittn. tintl Krlmpiln mitt
CnBtlo lieu- fettled tho matter most
nmlcnbl), nllhmuh invstcr) surrounds
thu terms of the truco
"I nm n man of eolnc'dences," re
marks Castlo, which does nut explain
why ho did It, lint ho adds: "You
know what colnrldencis urc. I hnvo n
faculty for putting two nud two to
gether and nnlvlng nl deductions thnt
appear almost Impossible to men of
ordinary habits of thought. I am
observant, nnd I have iv wonderful
memory, nil of which helps mo lu
theso llttlo mi'tteis that 1 iindert iko.
Now, If wo wero lo see n procession of
100 automobiles ill Iv lng down Market
btrect, I would bo ablo to repeat to
jou their numbers tu lotnthm. Well,
perhaps not as man) ns 100, but fifty,
or let ua bay foit-nlua or fifty."
Will Study Harmony.
Just why tho posserslon of theso ex
tinoidlmuy faculties bcoud thu nvei
ago rim of mankind undo It iie'ccssiiy
for Castlo to plaj ducl.s and drakes
with thu captains nnd tho secielnrles
who follow thu orders of Schwcrln
docs not nppenr. "That 1 can not tell
sou," ho says, "ami my onl nuthor
Ized statement ls that thu difficult)
hns been amicably Hcltled."
Castlo sajs that ho has concluded
his law practice In Honolulu, ami Hint
ho will lenvo shoitly for New Ym It.
on his vva to Gorman), whom ho Is
to spend sovernl enrH In tho bind) or
music. On his way hu managed lo
mnko a nolso llko u marltiu collision
In tho Parllle Mall olllco. mid n bollei
explosion would not hnvo gut onMho
nerves of lho captains nf tho llmrs in
did his (kdmatluii of defiant u of thu
orders of Schwcrln.
Hut tho positions of tho captains
nro onco moro safe. They maj walk
their brlilgcB, and nttend to tho ordl-'
nary matters of navigation without
fear, for Schwerln and C.iBtlo aro at
peace; tho wager of $1000 was not
mndo, am) Castle Is gohu to Germain
to stud) harmony". J "
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HER LIFE A MYSTERY.
Much m story surrounds tho IK"
of Mis. Edith May Thompson Wood
Ill, tho woman, who was slain f
Robert E. Enslniun, a fugitive Now
York broker, near St. Michaels, Md
Sho was the udoptcd ilauislitcr of Col
Thcmtpbon nnd was n protego of L
man J. Gage, c-secrctary of the
trcasur), who helped her gain nn c'
iicntlon, Sho married Gilbert Woou
III of Los Angoles nnd wns on n vln
to her foster parents when sho wm
niurdercd nnd her body thrown In'u
n ercelc. Somo icpoits Bay that sli
wns born In Minneapolis, but n sig
nificant Incident bearing upon Hi
injKtorj of lur ctilj llfo wb nn nn
vcitlbcmcut published In n Chlcnpu
paper last Mai eh asking for Infoi
m.itlun couceinlng tho klduuppiug of
n girl of her name bomo clghte n
j ens ngo. Eastman killed hiuiji f
when surrounded by n Eherlfl i
posse neat tho scene of tho inunlir
A Now York woi.ian who Is a me i
hot of boven c ird clubs itliuitcs ih t
oveiy d i hi Now Yoik city then in
four thousand v oiiieii plulng lul'l-
I it 171)0 thu lVili ral census urc t
this country wits SJT.SII uqu.uo lull
In lnoi), excluding Alasl-u and Isl in 1
It wns u.iiZ'i.MIU Kiuaiu miles
Marquis Vdlalober, secictaiy if I
Spanish legation In London, v.lm v. i
In tho new Hpinlsh mlnlsl'T In
lugtou, wns lecelvcd lu niidlenro
m ritm .mistaa
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry all stjlcs and siz
es. $2 ;S0 upwards,
It F. Wichmah & Co.