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fililyo Mnru Apr. l.i
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Mnklira Apr,. 20
If there Is ANY day on which
your store's ad SHOULD be printed,
is there, then. ANY DAY on which
it should NOT?
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is liot necessary to O'lvcrtisc your
store t Some days when enterprise
may be suspended?
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. lUKS.-
10 PAQE3. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF 'HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1010. 10 PAOES.
PR1CZ 5 CENTS.
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PRINCE TSAI T'AO
, ALL EVES-
The Distinguished Visitor
Receives A Royal .,
MAKES A FORMAL CALL
rt ' ON GOVEnnOR FREAR
Tho atrccld of tliln i:lty took on
iuuvo mr mis iiiuiuiue. iniuiih"!
lined inc romu -(j ninrcn irom
lllsiiop street nlo"B Kin? to the Cap-!1" li'. Chinese Consulate.
:r...i ..,'. '. tn? ! iiihn...1 I'll'" V Tnl T'.-in In a
Sliol. whon- llli Itoyal Hlghnew';. ''l" "' " " o
v Emperor qr China, paid un official
chll- In .'stnte on Governor .Krear.
Tho sireoU along tt;o route ot
unHoli liinfA nilvl r Isil en t t 1 1 tlinrn
wk nm a ,.r. L.n nf ,lt tn mar
., .' ,, .. ' ,:. , ;, ,
tho procosslon., dally attired Chi-
nose hailed their royal l'rlnco ami
secnicd pleased that
licou accorded sue
Punctually at 9 a. m., the Hoynl
Hawaiian Hand, under the leader
ship of Ilarger, marched from the K,
(1. II. Armory. Two companies of
the 20th Infnntjy from Kort Shatter
took up a position facing the Young
Hotel, followed soon after by n troop
of tho .1th Cavalry from I.ellehua.
'Ah iho mlniilc hand .of tho clock
reached n quartgr after nine, tho of-
llrcr commandlug called his men to
'iittentljiu. Tho hand struck up the
King, Commander Tong, Colonel
Tien nnd )r. Woo, loft tho maukn
nntrnnto of tho' Young Hotol and en
tered special automobiles.
To the accompaniment of a lively
march. .tho procession moved along
King, street, when His Highness bo
ramo the cynosure of all eyes. Out
aldo tho Capitol grounds an Im
niouso crowd had congregated. Ah
Iho procession entered, tho main en
trance a detail of U Co., N. (1. II. .
under thu command of Capt. J. V.
Cook, fired a BiiUito of twonty-onq
guns from two nlno-iioiiiicler gunsot
tho Drlggs pattern.
At tho foot of tho. grand stair
way loading (o tho Capitol, Socio
tary Mott-Smlth and tho Coventor's
Btaff received tho Prfnco as ho
nllghlnd from IiIh automobile, and
conducted tho distinguished visitor
Into tho audience chamber, where ho
wiiB lntrodu:cd to dovernor Frcar.
After tho usual courtesies hau been
exchanged, His Hoynl Highness and
suite stood upon tho top step ot the
Capitol and acknowledged the sa
luto of tho troops while, the Chi
nese nattoiinl nnlhcm was being
played, To the accompaniment of
mother saluto of twenty-ona, guns.
Ilred by a detail ot 11 Co., N. 0. II..
Ills Iloyal Highness left tho Capitol
- and ictu'rncd to tha Young Hotel,
v After thp usual Interval had
elapsed, Covernor Froar, escorted by
his chief of staff, returned tho
Prince's cull at the Young Hotel. He
was followed by Admiral Corwlu P.
Ilcoa and his start, who also called
upon Ills Highness. During nil this
llpio the tioops wore drawn up In n
long lino facing tho Young and pro
soutod nn Imposing sight.
At 10:'3(r o'clock Prince TBal T'no
returned Admiral Itees' call, being
escorted to the Naval Station by n
troop of the. Cth Cavalry. Hero a
strong detachment of marines was
drawn up. Thesi presented arms ns
Iho l'rlnco onlorcd tha grounds
UIiIiicm national anthem, tho troops morocor,llln knwlcUm of m0(IcrIl BUIp. under the nnl;le.os of on, of '" h nth. fT , t th7 ;
cavothe roynl saluto, and His H ghiltrool. trnliilnir that ho Is now on bis ,ho lurK0 ""'l ll'ni",ntlnl newspapers olive branch of peace to the mem-,
uoV escorted by Lord I.I. Genera. "", ' '1,0 ' I Tokyo. Imvo been il, recipients of ben of the Woman', Suffrap Con
11a Colonel Sol Colonel Yao Can- . an tno principal nun- lml(., pntortalnment by tho commer- vention by whom he was hissed on
,n,C?l"el n ,',, :, , ,nry nt"nionu of tho United ,, i,o,i!,-,n of Honolulu. ' Thursday . The President has writ-
& unni uwwui ...... vw" -- . '
JIISJIOYAL IDGHNEGS PRINCE TSAI T'AO ARRIVING AT THE CAP
1T0L THIS MORNING. WITH HIS SfAFF.
rrinn inc .Naval station, Ilia Hlgh -
im- w.in cirivpn in nn autumn i o
nmcug Ills ceiiutrynien Is naturally
whlofpieuil nil hla IdcaB of pron-
rcHs iyirry weight, it u to him that
inv'tvvviii unpuriui ruici regaruiliR
"'" "TL"?. " 'n"o ""'ong the.
nnwier oiiiriius owes ua inccptloii.
u ,..,., tho ....,. ,,, , ' ,..,
royal Prince nnduIi,)wJnK chlnc!)0 omcii8 to ,ioawny',1" "'""'' w"'"'l have to lako on
t ho should havowh h0 h , , h lin(I'a m.ppy of fuel oil .
21 military an4fuean , re,t ,i jfincui-hliin mnrlc Tho Chlyn Mnrji loft aovcral layovor
',Z' nnf."":. ' ,"b,'l- '"f.."?1!'.'""'-'"?.'" tho Pil. In transit
I, .,,.: CJh,n' .,,, : Vn"-
of tho Chinese people for centuries,
..u muufiiii ma iimueiiuuio ucarinnil siiks iKntiut-iI Tor tho United
uH)n his brother, the' l'rlnco Hcgoiit,' Slates.
In order to hnvo tho now rule Is- In nddttlon to tho first class passen-
sued in tho form of an Imperial Bor8. "io Clilyo Mnru left 9 Chlneso, i
edlcti I 'R Jnpaiicsn1 anil 3(5 Hllplnos at ho,
In his sullo uro homo of tho flower . T1,n '""-w"' " ' l'r"i,'-''-
of the Chines,, army, who will In- Zlm " " " P
speet American and lluropcnii mill- Tho Torrltorlal band Is oxncrle.! will
flnry lacllca during tholr tour
abroad. Tho modern nrmy of China
owes ninrh ot Its bolng to l'rlnco
Ton 'r-,ir. nn, I II l I.. .,..!.. I ..!.,
1 Open 14,080 Acres
TTr.1r Q,ln,nl, r.v, 1r. X n X J
XYXtucc kJ uiiai Vuiuuaiiv IVXUoL VUIlULriiCL
Extensive Water Supply
r An aiea of npproxlmalely fourteun
thoiiKund acres will, bo opened for set
tlement In tho Kapaa district on
ho II ill p -
Kauai, uccurdlng tu tho
which was announced n th
1 1, 1 yosieruay nuerimii, ur mis
iicrenEoauoiit uroo- iiousai u nro mm -
Company hut uro subject to withdraw-
ul ill nnv Km,, nliiler flni ferine nf llm '" "l,lr weess. I noro IIBVO UCun. nd
lensoH wl r, , oclfy that. Hm la d will coutliiiie to lm many other ones,
ran li 7X ft.r .mniwtaadl iB niirl lions' not so dllilcult liowover com
can lie taken Tor homes eadhig pur- ' ions, not . so nil cut, nowoycr cmi-
S'MJ ' tor- e,.rnl,K.I.8seallod Kapaa. laud.
-rh tormJ ,V ih nh.,,M,i 0pi,in .-. . ,"volvd- L -'
.JJiaim. rf.r ... Jl5s.it, wn nr unrV "c''0 UmAa M!l "ther I"'"1k ,vdJ"
J.IV,. tiMin. ,. .i .LH,;,?nL lfml Wl1 nlltnt"ll, ""ll ln nncciloii
:,?!! . ... : .L .i., i.u. ,.V . .. i.J'wth Ihcm, comprlso. In their order
gating system that will permit tho'i""11 n0ll to aoiilh: .Annhola
., f:dr.r, "f nn" ,,,a"0 i '3, owno,. " v h 1 X he raised a dollar a month, tt Thse an ppf.es aro In ,rhc.cni nSin.
::" i nLLT! s T-ss.srs rss onocyrast ,ho - nmi ror
"..:;:. ; ."' ., ','., :,' ;;.;... .. ""'-""" "'i""m, iyiii y mu raiso in telepliono rates could bo Jl In tho bids for hay and grain thero lc
?; "u:,n r,r. i SlnTn,7 'M4,KW ti"e'3r WWW' North ol0- secured from thoso connected tt nro Ifiel.uled 600 000 pounds oats, 35.-
..'r. .....; ... .'... :'....... ." .......... "0I,U- own'l ny otnor privnto parties, tt with the eompany. John Water- 000 islands Iran. 1 OOD.OOO pounds hay It
wnn a lomi ui eiKiiiy-iivi! uurua. vuiuun .... i u,.,i. ni,.i, ., i... ,L i ....i hiu ............ i,. t . . . ...i. n....
at approximately $100 000,
In Iho olllclnl statement Issued on
tho details of tho Kapaa settlement
tho dovernor says:
"What Iibb been popularly known as
tho Knpaa land question, that Is to say
tbo iiuestlnn between, tho Territory
and the Mnico Sugar Company Willi
LOVING QUP FOR CHINA
,8tntes and Kuropc,
rncru win no a fitting rarcwell Tor
I IlK Imperial Highness l'tlnco Tsal
ui.i in tmnn, wno wnn iiih hiiho is
JunaneHu steamor Clilyu Mam
Thu vessel Is scheduled to" sail for
Han l-ranclsco at (our o'clock this uT
tour o'clock this of-
leiiioim. While the liner has heen at
tha K'rt. a Mcady trcam ot oriental
freight lias liccn moving out 'of tho
ship. Tho vessel was l.erlhe.l at Ilia
nncKiuxi wnan airaiii eignt ociock
mm ovrnlng owln to tho fnt, il,l
tho steamer would have to lake on
Krc ., n nr(;u quantify of matting
l,a present at tho departure of Iho
vi-ssel this nrternonn.
TI,P Japaneso party of bujlness mon
V'"' UTO III Ht C lOWUTHS II1P) UIlllVl
ri'fcrenco to tho enno lands covered
by 'licenses which have recently ox-
piion, nag now. nftor flvo jroura of In -
termittent negotiations, been praetle-
l, ,ly Battled, so far as It can be nUho
pliod, has now, nfter ftvo oara of In-
pu'sent (lino. Thu npsutlatlons lend-1
, ...,, ... .... ... (,,., ,, .
Cllplcd much time during tho Inst llirn..
.... .... m. a
ernmont. Thus government and prt
(Continued on Page 3)
88 analysis. 14s.:
(4,Q9p, Frcyious Quotation, lis. Id..
...... v,. UIMH. ll.l UITHVU l, lIU Kill ...,..o Piuiwii ...u ........, ... .. ww l ,nj UVU l.,lIIUn l .IV(tll,
Loving CupSpurn KinglMurderer
AHOY. China, Apr. 17. Admiral
Hubbard today presented to Admiral
Chinpr, rcnrcsentiin: the Chinese
navy, a loving cup from the o Ulcers
of the second fleet of the Atlantic
fleet who were the guests of the Chi-
nese fcavy Bunnc the tour of the
world by the battleship fleet.
MOY. China. Apr. 10. The
Unilcl States cruiser Cleveland has
bcci ordered to. Hankow to protect
Amcritaninttrcsts threatened by the
rioters at Changsha.
Mnny Itunoluluns hnvo a special
'interest in tho events at Chnngihn
on nccnunt of tho Wall collego es-
tnhllshcil 111 that plaee somo eight
years-ago.-hrtho.mnmnrof Yhla Col-
lege. The lecal Yale men contrib
",0 l0 "10 "uppon-oi mo nnuui-
ute, to tho support- o'f tho Instltu-
,l0" and many are well ncmialnti-d
niato of A.
Hume, who Is a class-
l Judd of this elty. Tho ANNAPOLIS. Md.. Apr. 1C Mid
was established not so .hinmnn Wilton, vihn was inlnreil
.mleh to liiomoto re'llnlniu IdeaH as
?u " ." ..'.., ..! c .K ,0 "".' " .".. .
, .'"i '
L Jo then
- other pro
"'"".!" V". "" '" ..l"" '. .""
uuvuuceu western luuiiKni- ami
in training In modlcal and
iirnfPKKltmft. Thn rnltpir'A him
nhnut onn hundred Chlneso students
mid IIFprcsuninbly destroyed, as tho
cablegrams report' tho destruction of
TPAT3r,TPrP TT A QVQ
KGJli 1 11 AbKb
1 xllL JrxVl1jOlJ-xljlN 1
WA!HTNnTnw Tt P Anr 1R
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ten the officers of the convention a
letter in which lie asks that the hiss- day on suspicion that he was seek
ing incident be forgotten, intr on opportunity to assassinate
EXTRA FOR EWA
tt Ewa nlantation will nay an ex- tt
tt tra dividend '" two per cent on tt
tt tho Inst day ofllio month, making tt J (
ii iiio dividend tor tins uiontii sixty n
tt cents a share. tt '
tt News of this action of tho ill- tt
tt rcclon taken yesterday after-tt
" Kt " "10 8'rci ' "mon
tt to cnuso tho recall ot an offering tt
tt of live bundled shares at a frac- tt
tt Hon above, 33. Tho stock was tt
tt very strong Jlils morning, bids tty
ii or ai.za ucing-mauo wnn no
It sales. tt
tt tt tt it tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
. ktrilt nilflHir IHTTD
WrW rnllNL KA I Ml
llL" ' IIUl,L "ttl"
Tolephoiio lips for buying tho tt
.ft dr.nlr 1.1 111.. fllllllll llHU.t I...1..I 9t
" " ' " ...... ... ..v.. ..
Kol,"" "'0 rmmda hint as a result tt
" ft "uw ""'' ,lf .um0!, ,lns bccn "
stl,rlCll tIl0 ,,1,,,,,, of ,t)U cm. M
Ono of the tips credited with tt
llnK tbo cnuso of tho advanco tt
tf In tho price of the Mutual Is that tt
thu new system will redweo ex-tt
. . ... . . .
" penBo nnd nt tno samo iimo mo ii
tt n u I N 1 1 n man that tho tele- tt
tt phono company has no plans for tt
tt Increasing tho ralo on privnto tt
tt 'phones under h new system, tt
t! tint Ihero will be n l-eildluHtnient tt
tt of tho charges for publlo 'phones, tt
" l " W " :' H tt tt tt tt ft tt tt tt
i.j. it. . . it i u i ii t-inii i-n iui liiii nun iiiiiiiiitd inn, fin jiiiiii i'iiiiiiiiu iiiiiiiir uiihiiiiiiii.
VIENNA. Austria. Apr. 10. Of-
ficinldcm of the Austrian ranital is
talking today over the latest notion
of Col, Hcosevclt that app:als to
tlicin as extraordinary.
,Ctl. Rotsevclt declined nn invita-
tion of the Austrian Emperor to ac
romnanv him on a bird shoot owintr
rompanv nim on a uira snoot, owinc
iu mi cukhkcuiciii. lie nj uuc 1U
reri me iimencoas rcsmeni in xne
TOKIO, Apr. 16. One of the sub
marines of the Japanese navy foun
dered today while maneuvering, and
thirteen officers and men lost their
a . . .
VJJ.VXiiXX,WlN V XVXX1TX
...v. ii. .i.i. rti,ii i.t ,
while p ayint: football last Novcm
ber, died today.
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PEKING. Apr. 16. United States
Minister Calhoun arrived here to
day. WAYMIRE DEAD
ALAMEDA. Cal.. Apr. 10.-
Wnymire of the Superior Court died
ANARCHIST APTER ROOSEVELT.
GENEVA. Switzerland. Anr. 10.
An anarchist was arrested here to-
BID ON SUPPLIES
A Million To
Spent On Army
Ixieal merchants entored tho lists
frvru.....i,...it n.iiiwii ,...V..,t,u n I. ..If ...II.
j()1 don,,,.,, worth of mcrchniKllso for
tho V' rlons army posts of Hawaii.
I At tho office of tho quartermaster
Jn.. ...... nnn. Iit.la hnun l.nin ..im..o,1
UV'UI llll.lf , UII.O .....U IIVIlll .,.V..VI,
for fiirnlshlnir IhiV United Rlntes urniv
with a large assortment of necessities
ranging irom coal io coiign mixturu,
' The cal for tendon, 1a In accordance
...I... ... ...!... ...... it.r. Ilf... t.. ......
w IU inner iiuiii un; n iir iNnii
Im.t renulrlng a simultaneous; open--
nf ',l1'" nt Honolulu as well as at
lielutfoU In Iho many Items which
sovdral largo Honolulu concerns filed
tenders Voro a million imiiiiiiU or hi-
tumlnous coal. 40.000 pounds black-
smith coal, 50og imunils charcoal, 35-
' ... . .
ooi) gallons mineral oil, JOUO gallons
Tho Quantities of foed stuff nro suf.
flclcnt to carry tho department through
to tho last of October of tho present
Thn fl!.iimi miliniUfru, nt ,iin ritien.
inc of bids will ho forwarded to tho
mnlnland nnd from, there tho nwards
n; contracts will bo made
Clothes and Bread
Anderson Grace Breaks Into
House On School Street
Is Still Free.
Although Amlrraiin draco
rn' " ,",l"!','",'r :" i,rK" lri,ci"
,)f ,lU whereabouts wt.,0 1o, t
nu01t 4 -cliKi. ,,H )r,,R when n
Unwnlhn'H lioiisi- on School street was
entered and u suit of clothoa n pair
of blankets and soiiiq bread tnlien
from ilia dwelling.
Chlcr McllunieSnd staff, nftcr being
nn duly with tho Chlneso l'rlnco lip
1111 intdiilgh', turned looso un the iiiur
ileier's trail iit that lato hour, and kepi
up the hunt till daylight. Tho ills
eovoiy that draco had obtained iv.
rhanso of clothing and somp food alt
ers tho aspect of tho caso somewhat
ond now iho capluro of the man may
not. come alMiut till he Is driven by
I, linger to .enter sonio house, ngi":!.
Tho negro's wife Is being koi.t at
tho isillco station for Hafa eust.n1y nl
! prevent her onmmuuleal'nv
with drnce, Tho woman has not sjid , ln-.ui; ininle ahmit Hit fact Ih.iMhb'
nni thing qbnut her husband and ICInlneg-n did' not swing Mr lib rlddr
not known If iho rcaiiondod to the slg
nils that Oraeo Is said to havo made
from tho prisoner's car ns It passed
the house In which his wife, roomed.
On account of tho detectives all be
ing engugvd In guarding the prince,
the limit for tho escaped negro has
bepn souie-vlml lax,- High Shcrin
Henry bus been mil with somo men,
but nothing Hke n pruper Hj-Htenmllo
reiirch ran bo mado until Mclliillle
nnd his men are onco limro at lljierly
to tako up tho man hunt.
'This man Is a slippery custnmery
remarked Sheriff Henry this "morning,
"Ho may hide In tho mountains .until
driven out by hunger to search fdr thief was draco lie Is now well sup
food. There U a good deal of talk piled with food Hint will keep hlm'ci-
arouu' town about tin, method of nl-
,.." convicted murderers t
ou" doors with oilier prisoners
wit fibselulely no Irons or anything
'" l;l''li Ihcm fnnn strolling off lnirt
''10 '"'"Kes "I any tlmo. Tin, coneeii-
hiw of opinion seems to bo that n(ler
Means Another Tax
Citizens Fail To
holders bhould Bear Extra
"Another tax to bo levied on lb"
householders of Hawaii," Is the way
Ojormor doveruineut olllclnl who has
nn Intlmntu kuowlcdgn of tho tunchlu-
ery of Iho Torrltorlal water works , Io-
fifirlfnmil ri.fnrlTil 111, it mnrnliif If, tlw.
Increase In rntes ordered by Super-
.tntondeiit or Public Works .Mnrston
' rrlll ,, VII, II II II t Win nf Kir. Hll Hurl Ml nil.
" .,......M...... u. ..u u . ...v..-
dent of Public Works regarding Iho
reason that havo actuated tho dovern-
mum in nuuiorizing uiu inereaso iiiiurneii over to tno cny ami etmaiy
Iho walor rates Is not occupied with whet" It rightfully belongs." t ti .
fl. .11,11.. 1... ll.rau,. (ok.,. 1...... .. I........I
.......i.j ,.j iiiuw nn.. nu..- u nunni-
edge or Iho policies governing Iho wa
tor works department or tho amount
of (ho revenues and expenses for
"Superintendent Canifuoll does not
explain Iho logic or Justlco that no-
companies tho transfer of tho burden
of water rates from tho waterfront
. . ..., ...
to tno nouaeiioiiiers nf iiio commila-'
ny conuiiueu tno tornier wutor woras
official, '.Tho people nro now taxed."'1"11" m ikiim-ii. iireriions, iuou-4L
licavny onniign for their onorts loi
mako tho city bQatillful nnd tho num -
r of cltliens that hnvo large lawn
areas must suffer severely under tho
nns of tho ailviui-o In tho rales. An
' " """ " " .'.'. " iU -
examination of thn ngures of tho an
dltor's oftlco governlug Indicating ,,a""'r w""" '" "'""" "" ?;
receipts and oxpondlturos from tha,
water works department will show
that If tho rates for tho shipping nrc
to be redneeil thern Is no nrnsslni? so.
cesslty why at tho Bamo time, tho
rales for the householders nro to bo
1 advanced. It savors strongly of thu,"' ?'" '. "J'mi ror won.iay awli
I Tuesday, only 2i pair, at Jordan'
o-jfnnr or five yr;ir of good ronilnct-In
Plison .1 major uiiruuer niigiii oqiai
Towed In wor out ef doom. . ,
Omen bad lllllc by llllle. succiinl.
) liitnlaiiaKliiK to drift apart from
Mm mail, gun; of prisoners and final
ly jesteidiv ho was "t- Mima cOIHld-
etablo dlstniii'ii fn!it tl, lima when
he wnntloioil nvpV lownrd whcrnji,
wal'-r bucket Mood. Tl,li when thn.
guard's bond u.i turned, the negro
dived lulu tlu, bush ami got clcau
iwny. r ' vl
It Is iliotiglil Hint draco folloncil Iho ,
bed of a dry slre-im for aoiim distauce,
and lh(n orkcd his way uroiiiid bo-'
Mil. I Punchbowl and. finally, Io School
slr'-"l. whole bo obtained tho ill an (to
of clothing and f'HVl,
ThO Inhnlilianta' of Walerlown nr
'I workeil up over tho escapo of .
" rr and nmnr.-iidverBO tlimarks.nra
blooded murder (if Malul. Tho rough
er element suggest that a lync-tilflf'J
ben nilaht liavirlieen itlnrled after
Malm's murd'T If the people had only'
known Hint die murderer Was In-.w
let off ro lightly. -,'
Oneo Meimnio and 1,1" ularf get freii
from allemlaiico on tho Chinese prlfir'i
,o eiiiiiiuen urn turn uruio niu 'iiv vr -soon
run Io earth or clso shot down fj
arth or clso shot down M
lug In Injure nn "Ulcer, m
t of Iho Pond Dairy ro- BJ
pollen Ihlu niornlng tiat IK
ullk and a big lnincl, of w
; ported In Hip i
It DllCKCl III IllllK
bananas were Holen from his house su
room time durlm; tho uighi If iho jfj
t ui in- Itih "! P'"l"' iiu.-P' s 'Wj
o work) I'n till 2 o'clock lhh(,iilern'H)n nJ jW
an nniHflirlltpr signs of tlm wanliil man-had -J
lug for some days.
""'n been niiti ,i is iiiuiiKiii fii.vj. nu
l,,g In somo jsecludiJd nKit
hleli'lin will cmergo alti-r dark-
iiphk has set In.
See Why Hoiise-S
money making proposition that Camp
bell iloulcs ami Is unnccoasnry. .Tho
flilpplng has not been suffering under, t
any great haudlcap. Tho argument!-4
is uoi council io mueu etinsiuerauoii ,
In any 'event became tho great pciv '
ccntago of tlm heritor shipping la In ,
steam U'ssols mid they nil 'caa usu
enndenscra for tholr supply ofj water;.' a
"The nili'.'inra wiilet- rtites ?,m . not v ,W
. .IV .......... V ,.'. ,.... .14) M"
' Justified nnd will merelv basleii tho
day when Iho .depaitmenl wlHHibo Sf,;
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itoiiiixu oiiniii.uo .. i
EXPRESS THANHS i
The Shrluers who wrro nn "board'
iiih inrii rtiiiis nii'.iiiiHiiin .nivri.iiiu
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inio of isium 'ieipi tiio rcsoiuv
i tlou states that the Bhrlnera yt1K
0vnr huvn feelings of friendship, and!"
appreciation for tho hospitality . ex-,'
tended to them by luelr fellowv
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'ho slKnnturos of all of tho Bhrli
who arrived on tho Cleveland, , "s'l
Ladles' silk huso, all colors, doublol