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1AILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PDBUSHINa CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolnln, Territory of Hawaii.
Dally every day except Sunday. Weekly limed on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED FBESI.
Wallace R. Farrtngton,
Pr Month, anywhtrt In 1 S .78
Per Quarter, Anywhere In U S.... 3.oo
PerYemr, anrheri lnU.S.!. (l.oo
Tet Year, postpaid, foreign la.ou
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
TVa1 i Editorial Rooms, - 185
iCIMBuslnes Office, - 256
Try to put well in practice what this telephone business can he work
yon already know; in so doing you eil out so that the city nnd the corn
will, iin good time, discover the hid- pan) will have a perfectly fair deal,
den things which you now inquire una one that will be good for tvvon-
THAT TELEPHONE AGREEMENT.
Cltl7Ciis of Honolulu don't really
care whether Supervisor Ulll A)lctt
said there wero 13,000 feet 1" u mile
Their Blnglo desire Is that tho
telephone compiii) shall lay Its con
duits ncctirdlng to proper regula
tions, and that tho city shall sccuro
the most favorable terms for card
ing Its own wires for the flro and
Supervisor Aslett Is therefore
of Honolulu for twenty-seven jeirs.
.. JLlX !
a, .wr ,.. . "-""" ,mny that-) oil, get Jlhat outllt a llt
spenklng verj much to the P nt , y j b , tUe
when ho sa a that he " llmeBhl the most ,flerccly proju-
people should know the full text , that
the ng.cemont he was supposed o. Territory,
sign and which would bind the clt) V ...,
i publicity should be given this agree
ment, wo nnd thnt the merchants of
flin !,. tmin fl,,el,l( t a Inut tUMIl
tj-four hours, requested that tho lei
Stye cphono company directors nnd tho
ilty Supervisors give then, a hearing. ,
Tho purpose of this hearing is not
mi much to tell the corporation or
tho Supervisors what should bo'dono,
as it Is to enable tho business men
of Honolulu to get nil tho facts 0
what is Intended to be done. Tlioy
would lime both sides.
As tho first step for complete In
, formation, we commend voters of
1 this city to a perusal of the pro
posed agreement published In this
Issue of tho Bulletin through
the courtesy of Supervisor Alett.
Whether Mr. A) felt's criticism ot
this ngrecment Is justified or not,
this paper is not in a position to
Sl.fMiL nu ffin a"rit rf tVin iWirvumont 1
was brought Into tho office at a late i
hour In tho forenoon but we aro I
quite cortaln that a desire for the
I'0 '," rl f' "It;
. , , , i.i i
'V DI(llll.lVMb I.UIISU IU Willi-
i holding action on it till n Inter tea-
Dion of tho Hoard of Supervisors.
Agreements sometimes mean what
appears on tho face, and sometimes
they don't. It hns happened that
moro complete discussion has
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.,V .l,b 1I44VI ,111. UbLUIIUU IU V11I1V.
tho pcoplo or tho municipal officials.
An Instnuco in point occurred In the
recent conference over the Organic
jii;i iiiiieuuniuiiis. Aiinougn me
amendments had been threshed over
for the belter nart of n venr. nno
"r ( man brought in a BtiKcestion ns to
fiw, land ndmlnlstrntlon that had never
uecu mentioned previously, and the
' iolnt wns very important.
Uiikclflsli citizens ot Honolulu have
no reason to go up In tho nlr with
i excitement over the telefihono ngree-
It Is far better to spend twenty-
seven dais In getting tho agreement
right and eliminating it from polltl- Jolm Atcherley and do not deem It
cal campaigns than to closo It 'unnecessary to Investigate such charg
qulckly nnd then devote the twentj- C8( imving full confidence that tho
seven ,ears tho telephone franchise officers charged havo faithfully pcr
has to" run to retTiett.ng tho acts or forme(1 t.clr uutica In the matter.
Honolulu citizens have no desire
to cinch tho telephone company. At
mo name, tlmo thcio Is no reason
why tho city of Honolulu should ho
put In tho position of possibly, paj
Ing more for carrjlng Its wlics
thiough the streots than Is necessary.
If George II. Carter were to ho'rir. .Inhn Ateherlev" heforo thn In
tho manager and director ot tho qulsltors In the, following terms:
company fpr the full twenty-seven "Gentlemen oMJie.Jmy: Ur. John
)cars of tho companj's thartor, tho ' Atchoiley and his wife, Mary Atch
clty might bo safo In signing most crloy, claim. os(J.am Informed, that
any tort of a contract nnd trusting he, the dor-tor,' lins' been arrested.
lo Caller to "niako It right" if nnyi tried, committed to, and Is now he-
l ' iut air, carter ana ills nssociates
niny wjnt a chango of cllmnto or'nnco of an unlawful consnlrncv ex
work before twenty-bcven j cars havo
jempsctl, bupcrvlsor lllll Ajlett or
fcome or his fi lends might be running
Vthe telephone company, nnd then
wiiai would tho oigan'of tho nttor-
(, io iui iii i.uiuiiuii uu ii mil uKrco-
rCfi-ment wore not exactly right from
the stnndpolnt of the public?
rri, II II I I n M n l.nllA. ,. !.. '
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Year, anjrerfieiclnUS l.oo
Pet Year anrnhere In Canada... I.JIo
Per Year postpaid, loieutn a.oo
Intend it the Pottofficc M 1-.odo.uIu
m tecond elm mttler.
,v OCTOBER 21, 1909
t) -seven jears.
Hut It can't be done by bulldozing
and bluff. This Is a business propo
sition for tho city, ns well as tho
company. Tho clt) Supervisors aro
responsible to the people, nnd the
election Is next yeir.
THE HAWAIIAN HATERS.
It Is nn old salng of the revolu
tionary dn)B In Hawaii that ,Ou
"get n Hawaiian full nnd he'll,-talk
as he re illy thinks.'"
It Is equally true of tho organ of
the attorney Top tho telephone com-
agreement, the Intelligence or lack
of intelligence of ..... Ajlett I. mad.
tho special target for the spew of
the needlessly enraged organt
It wasn't 11111 Ajletfs voto that
defeated the beloved agreement.
roor'Supervlsor'IIllI cofnmltted the
await .1mhIiIa .lit n uniflnif tltrit
t J11,lfiii,.Vi,.hnn mmnm,'.
conduits, sor Bonn! remark equally,
cubverslvo of the good order nnd
publlc'peacei' Kor this ho Is charged
'.UH tinting dlsgrncedi-the Hawaiian
race, and tho organ of tho attorney
has runir In the flro alarm for nil
'good' white, men. to-como to the! aid
I of-the patty and run Ulll out. Per
haps lllll won l go. More man line
ly Dili will gain, votes from the at
tack from such a source.
Tho telephone a'gi cement wns de
feated by the votes of Supervisor
Ajlett, Supervltor Ahla, Supervisor
rn OiiiiaiuIiiii 1 a tin n nil QillaOri. tsfll
were f oteg Mt tne
out ,'t nUre,
Consequently tho tirade against
Ajlett ?. merely the expression of
tho '"well-Known aversion, approach
lng n hatred, that the volunteer or
paid nrgun of tho tclepnonu company
has for the Ha-'allan. .Tho Inci
dent Is merely one of many of tho
snme kind "from tho same source.
Xo attempt has been made by tho
nronn n ilanl urllli I Iin marital rf IhA
'O U UVUI n Itll iiiu ivsaau us in-
.1, .,, I, .-,lf l,,
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time to glvo Oe public tho text of
the agreement. It has simply gono
I .. I h nl nn .Ijxih.!! Ulll A.fnl.
ta'kcn a whack at ono more IIawa.'
Han nnd considered Its duty done.
Thu,t Is not the way to settle the
problems of the City and County ot
Victories for Intelligent , govern
ment cannot bo won In that sUlc.
j -i -j
ATCHEBLEY CASE THROWN
. .OUT BY OBAND JURY.
(Continued front Pace 1)
Honolulu, the Commissioners ot In
unnltv nml nthi-rs. rclatlvo to Dr.
We do not fee.lt that, any grounds
whatever exist warranting the
charges made, i
JAMES D, MclNKHNY,
Jooman ot the OrnndJury.
Tho Grand Jury roportcd at 10
o'clock,, and Judge De Holt then
dean wuii mo stnius ot me case, ot
iIlg j,em n tho Insane nsvluin In this
riiv nn mi innnaiarini, in ,,nrii.
Istlng -ebtwewi tho'ollowlng named
(persons, that Is to say. 13. A. Mott
SmlJhSecietary j()f the Territory
j and jJPr,!dnt of tho Hoard of
Ilpalth; Ci.Jt.raicmenway, Attornoj-
uenoratriiiesier, av ii o, up pull
lllkh Sheriffs ijolin W, Cuthcart,
Cltt Mid'Colitity Attorney; riank
l.l...l. 1l.-l.. --,. I- ... ....
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
V , .
Kaimuki 1B.R.. 12.00
Luzo St 2 B. R. . 18.00
Kaimuki 2B.R.. 25.00
Beretania St 2 B. R1. . 25.00
Young St. i 4B.R,. 25.00
Vineyard St '. .3B.R.. 30.00
725 Kinau St .3 B. E. . 32.50
110 Bates St 3B.R.! 35.00
Beretania St '...3B.R.. 40.00
1475 Thurston Ave..4B.R.. 40.00
1286 Beretania St. . ,SB,R.. 40.00
Elsie Ave 5B.R.. 40.00
Makiki St. ........ .3 B. R. . 45.00
Nuuanu Ave. ... ...4B.R.. 100.00
Trent Trust Co., Ltd,
FEOPLE with pro
( 'perty who wish
to keep the in
terest of their heirs
in rriind will find it
much " to their advan
tage to nominate some
good trust company as
executor. Call at our
office and we will ex
Bishqp, Trust fo.,
nolulu; V. P. Jnrrett, Sheriff ofithe
City nnd County of Honolulu: Dr. N.
II. Kmerson, Dr. McV. McCnll, Dr. A.
Is. Sinclair. Dr. V, B. Collins, Dr. (J.
A. Peterson, Dr. J. T. Wnyson, Dr.
J. II. Judd, Dr. W. I.. Mooro nnd
Alexander Lindsay, Jr. The last
three named persons constitute the
hoard known as Commissioners of
You may, gentlemen, It )ou deem
it proper, Inquire lntp this matter;
and, owing to tho fact that the At
tornej -General nnd hjs deputies, as
well as the City nnd County Attor
ney and his deputies, aro disquali
fied and cannot nppenr before 5011 in
their respectivo official rnpncltles,
tho examination ot tho witnesses ap
pearing before ou must necessarily
be conducted hy jour own foreman
or'1 by 'some other member of . the
It would bo improper for ou to
permit cither Dr. Atcherley or Mrs.
Atcherley, or any one on their bo-
Water house Trust
A fifty ($50) dollar cash payment and ten ($10) , dollars a month
will buy a lot in the KAIMUKI PARK TRACT. These lots command a
view of Koko Head and Waialae Bay and are convenient to car line.1
Eight lots in KAIMUKI TRACT on the same terms each lot con
taining 15,000 square feet. View of Diamond Head and Honolulu Har
bor.. - , - - ,,
S .i . : t , v
Two desirable buildine; lots. , t
M.0001 square feet , .' $2,000
13,000 square feet .. . 950
. let us show you an investment in C0LIJE0E HIUS real estate
an opportunity seldom offered. Take advantage -of Ho .
HONOLULU. T. It., THtmSDAY.
A Country Home
. w i:
A new 5-room house
with modern .plumb
ing, .fireplace; beauti
ful view servants' '
.quarters; six acres of
cleared land. The
property is fenced and
has a spring of .water
near upper.endj .
Prioe 14,500.00 '
r I I
from the Coast is now 'em
ployed . at the , Soda-Foun-1
tain, .in the -Alexander!
Open from 6 a, m. to
11:30 p. m.
half, cither as attorney or prosecu
tor, to nppcar beftiVe you1 to examtno
witnesses pr in' any capacity other
than that of witness. -
You will permit only one wfltncss
to appear before you at a time, and
it, will be our duty to require all
witnesses. to give their testimony
free from argument or comment. It
is jour provlnco to hear testimony
only, ami not argument.
My general "instructions hereto
fore given 'ou"Wilh rcgnrd to the
appearance of witnesses before ou,
the ndmlnistintldn ot tho oath to
and examination of them, apply In
this matter." l
The members 'of the Territorial
Grand Jury llstonod to Judge De
Holt's remarks with Interest, and
appeared stunned nt the naraos ot
those mentioned as being "alleged"
members of tho conspiracy.
Bulletin Business'Office Phone 1 258.
BnllcMn Trtitorial Room Phone 185.
OCT., 21, IDOf).
I j '"i rn'.'r i -
FOR SALE AT ALL BOOK STORES
; ' 'v i"" '!'!"';
AYLETr MAKEStPUlLIO '1?
, ' TELEPHONE W1GREEMENT
- ,vrr.t-..o ( (
(Continued frontpage li,
and the. publlc'.getB.' orf auy.Wherc the
telephone company says! ' .
I'Thls, ngreeoientlhaii never been
publlshedii . Tho people don't know
what it la, so I wish the 11 U 1 1 c 1 1 n
would give it publicity". Tho Un
derlined portions and that part In
parenthesis nre what I wish to have
given special attention.'
Kdltnr Yi v n n I n a tl ll I 1 n I I n
In Justlco to nosclf nnd the Hu -
pontsors who voted against the
adoption of the proposed agreement
with the Mutual Telephone Com
pany, permit mo a sufficient space In
)our valuable columns so that khcj
pooplo' ot tho City. and County of,,crm of n" tho lfo of lIo Company's
Hoonlulu may read and satisfy thnlier ot "o l"ct In that portion of
thcmsclvci'vvlth my reasons 'for hp ""lrgrot(nd system being hcro
votlng No on the proposition. '1 ,l,,aM and now '" Us, at,tl10 ,at0
also roaue.1 that the accompanying rf' S H ". "l
copy of said agiocmcnt be published
I have itifdcillncd the particular
clausesln the agreement, which In
my opinion will deprive the people
of their rights nnd privileges.
Very tiuly )ours,
Jl. W. AYL.BTT,
Honolulu, T. II., Oct. 21, 1909.
'This ngrecment mnde and entered
Into this .... day of October. 1909,
by nnd between the Mutual Tele
phone Company, Llmltce, on Hawa
iian corporation, hereinafter called
the "Company," party of the first
part, and the City and County1 ot
Honolulu, hereinafter called the
"City and County," party of the sec
Whereas, the" Company Is about to
construct and nstall an under
ground conduit 8 stem under ,tho
thc-.ou'ghfmes nnd sidewalks ot the
City nnd County, as a ,part ot its
whole s)ttem, and Is also recon
structing and Is, about to further re
construct a part'ot Its polo and, over
head s j stem, requiring the shifting,
removing, changing and replacing ot
a number ot tho Company's poles
throughout tho nubile thorough
fares and sidewalks in. tho Qlty nndtnnt in consideration ontho picnlses
County nnd has presented to tho
Hoard of Supervisors ot said City
nnd County a plan of the 'Under
ground s)stem -dlstilct, which hns
been approved by the Hoard nnd also!
by tho Superintendent of Public
H-i. .,. I ...:ly shall be located under tho super-
future desire to extend Its . under-lls'on
ground Bjstem or chango tho Joca
Hon of its poles; and
Whereas, tho City and County Is-,
desirous of obtaining a duct or sin
gle .conduit In the said underground
system ior uie uo oi us nre uiurn.j,. ,,,,, Ul0 CUy ,, County.nBt
and telegraph s)BtenKand also ; fho company nt'nny Um6 hereafter
police telegraph, s)stcm, thereby g)la 'ctm8t,lict nn extension ot Its
greatly Improving tho service nnd-,I,rclientt contr,m,,inted underground
decreasing the cost of maintaining 0,gtem the' Company will construct
and repairing of said police, Are nml Ins,,., duct ... (1.e . ,rencl.
alarm and telegraph sjstem; nn,d
Whereas, th,e Company is filling
to permit the City and Cojinty to
have, laid In the trenches dug by It
a duct and the, -free use' of Its man
holes and Aa furnish a duct to tho
City nhd'Cuunty for' less than tho
whole cost of. tho construction nnd
Installation thcicot upon the express
Those "Arnold" Goods
Finnlnt; Bands .
'Diapers ,i ,
'Carriage r Pads
B; F. Ehlers & Co.
condltlonirand terms, however, here
inafter set forth; and
' ,v Whereas, the City.. and County In
consideration ot the premises la
willing nnd is agreeable that no in
spection, or regulation fees or charg
es for or Incident to the openings In
or disturbance of the tlioiQuglifares
and sidewalks by the Company, or
other fees or charges for tho inspec
tion or regulation of the Company's
system shall bo exacted or charged
or collected of the Compnrry by the
City and Countv,
Now therefore, this .indenture wlt-
iicHseiii, xnni tno uompany, in consid
eration of the premises nnd tho sum
of ono dollar to It paid by tho c"y
end County, tho receipt whereof Is
hereby Acknowledged, dots hereby
covennnt and ngrco lo and with tho
said City nnd County that it the Com
pany Will nt the sauio time thnt the
Company Is Installing ducts or Its
own use, and not otherwise, construct
nnd install for said City and County
for the use only of lis police flro
alarm Vnd telegraph s stems, ono 3
Inch fibre unci or conduit In the und
erground s)stem of tho company now
about to bo constructed according lo
the plans hereto annexed, tor a ills
tnnco of not to exceed (ls than)
13,000 lineal feet, provided however,
and on tho condition thnt tho City and
County, through tho City nnd Count) '
cnglnber, shall specifically 'and defliu
Holy designate' nnd .Ipcate upon an In-
luiugiuio pinn tnai portion or portions
of tho trench or trenches to ho du
by tho Company, In whlclthe duct so
'to he fumlshofl for.tlio City nml Co'un-
ty is to ho laid, said plan to be dcllv.
tred to the, Com pan) 's engineer not
unci iuiiii,vvuuir,r,ju,.ivuj. ine Baii
City nnd County shall also havo tho
uso for the Imlanco of the iincxpliod
...,,.. ... duiu iiui k mm iiiu iinu nil nuiu
tcim ot said duct nlrcidy laid the said
Clt ami County shall pay to the Com
pany tho sum of fifteen cents (15c)
ior duct foot, payment to bo uindo by
tho 'Clt)' and Comity for the ducf al
ready uld and to bo laid within sixty
(GO) da) s after tho completion of tho
installation of tho duct so to be In
stalled, according to measurements
nisde by tho engineers of both (he
Company and tho City and County, it
being understood and agreed-that tho
duct to bo Installed and used by the
City nnd County shill be known mill
designated as Duqt No. 1, and to fyo
described ns follows: With a person
standing with his back to the Coin
pan j'h new oOlco, stnrtlng at tho up
Iter left hand comer nnd counting
jrom left to right of tho whole con
duit nsnow contenviilatctl't'obo laid
or as the same i,uy appear In the mail
holes ot the company, shall be Duct
No., 1, nnd shall bo tho duct provided
for tho City an J CouuD's. (aid uso, and
tho cost of maintenance and repair of
the said City and Count's duct In the
position 'in which It Is unco laid, shall
bo borne entirely by the Company dur
ing the remainder of the life of Its
charter, being for tho term of twent)
seven (27) oare. ,
And tho Company further covenants
and agrees with tho City and County
tho Company shall give to tho (Clt)
nnd County free access to Its man
holes as constructed, provided how
ever, that the location of all wires' and
kuch other annllances onlv ss the Com.
pany may see fit to pe'rmlt to bq placed
lu tho manholes hy tho City and Conn
nml, ''n the Company
and provided finther, thnt tho agents
ami servants oi mo uuy anu uouniy
rliall not carry Into or place flro or
flames mound or nboui I lie Compinj's
Tho Company further covenants nnd
or trenches for the uho ot thq City, nnd
County, ami, at tho name, tlmo that
the Company Is installing such exten
sion work for ts own use, ono duct
nt cost, said cost however not to In-
cUrj. cost of maintaining and repair'
no the same during the balance of
the life of the charjer of the Company,
piovlded hnvvgyer, nnd .on coiujltlon
Consider how tender the baby's
skin i,vnnd the Importance ot se
lecting right garments Is empha
sised. - The fine knit 'fabrics ot the
"ARNOLD" qOODS nre made from1
soft, twisted )nrns, chemlcaHy treat- '
cd to make thorn -highly antiseptic,
sanitary and nbsorbent. These gar- '
ments excel In beauty ' ot finish;
shapeliness nnd non-lrrltntlng quail-
ties. Mothers seeking tho best for
thefr babies will by all means adopt
the ,l.ATtNOkD"' KNIT "GARMENTS.
See "Arnold" catalog for .Illustra
tions and full descriptions.
that the City and County shall within
thirty (30) da J a after written notice
of any extension hereafter contemplat
ed has been given (o it by 'the Com
pany, notify tho Company in writing
of its desire to havo said duct Installed
for Its use.
The said City and County In consid
eration oi the premises covenants and
agrees with tho Company ns follows:
That no Jnspcctlou or legulntlon fees
or charges for or Incident to th6 lipon
lng up or disturbance nt tho thorough
fares or sidewalks '(if tho City nnd
County or placing or maintenance of
iolcs( dticjs, wires or telophone'j.apiill
nnccs In tho snld City nnd Connfy by
thnCompiny or other fees or charges
for inspection or regulation of thu
Company's telclhono s)stcin shall bu
charged to, evicted, of, assessed
agnlnst, or collected of the Company
during ttio remainder of the llflof its
charter, twenty-seven (27) )eors, hy
tho eald City and County, provided
how over, that nothing hcicln contained
shall Impair or prejudice tho right ot
the said City and County, Biihjcct to
the frnnrhlso or license of said Com
pany, to rcqulro that tho Company
make application for permits to'iilg or
disturb tho thoroughfaresVot the City
and County and tho right of lnspc'clR
the snmo by tho City and County to
enforco against tho Company all valid
ordinances of tho Clt) and County as
In tho caNo of nny other corporatlhn or
prhnto Individual, but no charges
elnll bo nindo for gnch Inspection or
icgtihtlou; that It, thu City and Coun
ty, will pay snld fifteen cents '(lCc)
per duct foot for tho Installation of
said diict nt, tho tlmo' and In thotmnn
ner hcicln sot forth; that It will not
cany Into Or placojflro or flamcs'In or
around about tho 'innnlioles ofr tho
Company; that, wires and appUnnccs
hnll bo placed 'In 'the manholes. only
tinder Iho dlrcctiou'nnd supervision of
tho Company ns hereinabove set forth,
and that tho City and County shall bo
llablo nnd responsible to tho .Company
for nny loss or dninjigo or Injury to tho
Conipaii)a nianlioloi, conduits.' 6r ltu
system, caused by or ipsultlng from
cnreldssness or negligence of tho Cltv
and County or Its ngents and sorvaiitn.
And trie Clt, and County further
covenants and agrees with the 'Com
pany that In the event that the City
and County shall fall or neglect to ob
serve or perform, or shall violate any
of the terms, conditions or stipulations
Of this agreement on Its part to be ob--
served or performed, the City and
County shall forfeit its right to the use
of.sald conduit, and the Company shall
pay to the City and County the amount
paid by the City and County to the
Company for Installing said duct, and
the Company may thereupon rimovo
the wires and cables of the City and
County placed In said duct and take
full, and .complete possession of said
duct free' from any and all rights of
the City and County to the samel
This agreement, nnd every ten i,
condition nnd stipulation thereof, shnll
bo binding and obligatory upon tho par
tics hcicto and their respective suc
cessors nnd assigns."
In witness whereof tho parties here
to have caused thoso presents to bo
duly executed tho day nnd )ear flrbt
MUTUAL TEIXrHOtfn COMPANY,
CITY AND COUNTY OI" HONOLULU
The Bu lie tic Publtshlrjj Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithop-raohJn'g comcany on
the Pacific Coast and Is prepared -to
give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Announcements,' and , )
Invitations, jn the best of form ;
for ismart functions.
An earnest appeal, to the federal
authorities for further assistance
for tho storm sufferers In Terrebonne
parish, Louslann, hns been sent to
18S editorial-rooms 25G busi
ness office. These are tfie telepr"na
numbers of the Buatlp office, ;
The correct visiting card
should'be printed from, a cop
per, plate and' on .the -finest
paper stock., '
let us show you samples of
our copper, plate work our
cutrravers arc, artists nnd we
pay close attention to the ex
ecution of every order.f
Ii. f: Wichman
& Co.. Lt(l.,
I't ' 111
. , Fort and Merchant Streets.