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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Prclit'nlnnry steps for the cream .
; nation 'of a Hcalty lloaril for the
1 city of Honolulu may be put down
ns tho most significant move on .
bushiest map this week.
Tho proposal was made at a din-
' ucr given the real estate men b) the
Kalmukl Land Company of which,
Jlr. CharlCB A. Stanton Is the man-
,nKor. Mr. Stanton was er proper-
ly named as tho temporary chairman
of the oreanizat ui. At the same as-
sembly the proiosal was made that
Honolulu start a One Hundred Thou-
if, nand Club for the purpoo of brlng-
S(H.. nn ..ni.ii(nll..H .. I.a ! . ti
Jh nv (luiiuiuuuu Ul ntv ii,; m "
thnt flguro by 19Ui
There Is not tho slightest question
that real estate lncstnicnts will
Wf- mako a moro prominent position In
tho local field In the not far distant
future, Ihuugh It must be ndmltted
that tbo tlnanclal men of tho city
nro slow to take up with real es
tate Investments In tho residence por.
Hop or the i It).
The town is steadily growing and
the demand for homes for purchaso
and rental Is fon ig Itself upon tho
pcoplo whether they like It or not.
(Julio ntt amount of suburban real
cfctnto has been purchased by visitors
who hae more confidence In the fu-
"'turo of the city than many of its
1 old-mid lonscrvntlvo residents.
.11 (i n V) Situation.
It is ii curus fact that with tho
ni-lrn if Kiitrar reaching tho highest
point for many years, and the de
mand for real cstalo stronger man
over before, tho business men report
', that they havo dono what might bo
i a l led a routine nusiness nr i
wnnL In nthon wnriln nnonln haC
a I1UI1U III11V 1 Hllll'll IJUBIllL-oo 113 uiuj
( t - 1-- ... 1. I....I. n-uo nu t tin if
I . had to, jto got out of their own way.
I -Whether this Is the calm previous
" to tho rush for tho good things that
. ,nro lying around Is hard to say.
, One feature of the situation tnat
lias a somewhat calming effect In tho
larger iiuanclal circles may be the
conditio of the money market ol1
. tho mainland. Money hero is ens.,
and seeking Investment In Sa
i ruuca o .u . ... . -?" Transferred to special ac
tions arc disturbed and tho marKetj ,;,,
,ls tight, rortunately, Hawaii is on ,mmBraUon an(,
n n independent basis, but the bnnk- vnlon 378,670.16
era a ml larecr bu'.lncsa Interests of i.,,,,i,,i., .. ....... ...... .......
'Honolulu can not fall to take notice
of mainland cond.Uons and hold
J themsches ready to meet without
' "serious troublo any crisis that might
il&iirc.r In tlm laren flnanclal centers.
i --- --- --
, What Wood Sajs.
Secretary Wood, in his annual re
port to the Promotion Committee,
.made tnls week, calls attention to
..... ,.... ......... ........ .. ft.ttb tl.Af
Is coming this way all the year round.
,llo believes that Honolulu will grow
'mill ho knows that Hawaii Is galn-
!' lug In popularity each )cnr a It
becomes moro widely advert. lied, lie
- mis that the hotel accommodations
will be taxed to tho limit next fall
.and winter, and the tlmo Is not far
distant when tho city will need ad
ditional hotel space. Just to show
that Mr. Wood was not fur wrong,
tho Slorra rnmo in on this week's
Ltrlp with u full list of passengers
rnud a cargo tnat tells Its own story
V. of increasing business.
i Territorial Finance..
Governor Krcar haB been giving
out slutcments regarding tho cond'.-
Mlon of tho Territory as developed
by tho dopartment reports tent In to
cnablo him to make up his annual
3, report to tho interior Department,
Ono of tho most Imixirtant of thei,en t)0 pacific Coast In which tho
statements, of course. Is tho flnanclal
f rclew of Territorial treasury condl.
"Then, are not going to bo any
blind statistics In tho report which 1
ljshull send to Washington this year,'
hjuld Governor Krear. recency in sick
ling of tho usual annual rr;orts mado
jby ofllclals, "and this roport Is to be
') plain that an j one can understand
. all." ,
In lino with this statement tho Go-
nrnor has been working to simplify
Lbvory subject taken up In tbo report.
Tho statement of tho financial con-
lion of tho Territory which has Just
eu given out Is In '.point and shows
that for tho past fiscal year tho ro.,""" "St?1"'
olpts from all sources amounted to'
3.611,215.35 and expenditures wero
3,135,082.87. Including tho amounts
paid to tho countlts from tho Terri
The detailed statement of tho fluau
tial condition of tho Territory ns glv
out by tho Governor follows:
ieclflo proper!) ( auto-
mobile, carrHU'tw, dogs,
8pt (pell. KllDOl,
i t Jnnni Hronala 09 9AS
Documentary stamps ... S3!3S7!so
1-ind sales 112,589.13
Land revenues (renin,
,, , . ', ; 264,933.01
i.umr.u.u "41H.-I turn Ptftt
cr fp,,,, 184,277.11
Harbor wharf an.l nllot
fines nnu costs
Support of United States
Interest on bank deposits
Total receipts $3,641,215.35
Cash balance July 1, 1909 453,106.76
Total $1,091,352. 11
Transferred from special
Juno JO. 1909 $ 170,718.67
Hxpcnses fos fiscal jcar
Governor's and secre
Alaska - Yukon - Pacific
Expenses of distinguished
Auditing department ....
Treasury department ....
PnhL'e Instruction depart
College of Agrlculturo and
Public Wprks department
Public Lands department
'c "caiin uopanment
Judiciary department ...
At orney-acncral's- dept..
i "ur '" ??
,nterost 0 ,mbc ,,pM
" pr orijs , 184 277.11
Iload tax (ror counties) 140,086.10
Sinking fund 57.018.7.'.
Land purchases 62,749.03
Homestead roads 8,273.10
ments ; 1,436,25
Registered land assurance 630.33
Industrial schoo 577.88
Lahalnaluna school 27.60
Paid to Counties
City and County of Hono-
lull t 502,519.56
County of Hawaii 215,459.09
County of Mnul 190.316.43
County or Kauai 111,192.26
Totnl disbursements ,...3,435,082.87
Current cash balanco ... 845,218,51
Less warrants outstand
ing Juno 30, 1910.. "... 116,217.55
Net current cath balance) 698,970,06
Fred Low is of LewlB Drothers was
ono of tho nrrlvals by tho Sierra. Hn
has made u general tour of tho main
land nnd given particular attention to
tho oil and annlo orchard properties
Lewis Drothers are Interested
Sugar market conditions wero never
brighter than during the past six
days, And the effect on tbo commun
ity Is most curious. Raw sugar ad
vanced to 4.46 during the week and
the stock market Is almost dull. Tho
market conditions us outlined In tho
latest sugar circulars is given here
with. It would seem imposslblo to'
find In tho present situation any clo
ment of weakness for tho futuro of
tbo sugar Industry in these. Islands,
Tho Fedcrul Itcportor for Aug. 12
deals with sugar market conditions
"'" '""'"k "" u"uu u. ...
'" "rength, ami on tho lltli Inst.
Messrs. Arbucklo Ilros. bought 8672
bags Cuba centrl(ugalB, In port, and
10,000 bags tor prompt cloarnnco, at
3 l-3c cost and freight, basis 96 dcg.,
and slnco then about 4000-5000 bags,
balance of Btcamor cargo due, have
been taken by Messrs. II. II. Howell,
Son & Co, at 3 l-3c Ileflnrrs lmvo
ronlln.toil tilil.lln.- Itilu nrlni, f,i uhl...
,UMl ,0 N,,w York, and 3 1-ICc to the
outports, without securing any sugar,
as sellers are llrm, nnd only offering
moderatiily, ut 3 1-1 8c tost and freight
In Nutv York. VnslnrdHV in.OOII linua
AiiKUst(ijiitoinber shlpineilt, wore
fnlrt to' II sperulalnr, at 3 t-lfic post
and rndght The I'l-ueral i.ine in the
imni.oi is ry firm, nidi nndnnry
In e.dlers' fnor Wo would qiinin Ilia
rI0 umrkt't nnu, with iiiiyorf at i,3!i
Penalties ntn! costs .
duty paid for 96 deg, -centrifugal-.,
3.98c duty paid for 89 deg, Muscor
adnes, and 3.6e duty paid for 89 deg.
molsase sugars The world's visible
supply Is 1,900,000 tons, a compnred
with l.dlO.OOO tons Inst year Messrs.
Wlllet A Gray estimate tho total
stocks nnd nflonts ns 1,9I3,0.3 tons,
against l,974,6S3tqus latt year, or n
decrease of 61,630 tons. Tho stocks
In the 1'nltcd States nnd Cuba to
gether amount to 496,053 tons, an ln
creoso of 101,370 tons over last year.
Estimated nfloatsxlo the' United BUUcs
nro 159,000 tons,' ng.ilnst 220,000 tons
Cuba. 4 ?
We are without any special news
cither by mall or wire. TbiJ market
in Cuba Is very firm, wTtli light of
ferings. The weather continues favor
able for the growing crop.
The markets abroad hno continued
steady, wth slight fluctuations. Mr
V. O. Llcht cables us again this week
that the wenther Is partly favorable
for growing beets. The market
August Uuycrs 14s lOd, equals
5.16c duty paid Now York.
September Hirers 13s 0W, equals
4.94c duty paid Now York.
October-December Iluycrs lis 8d,
equals 4.47c duty paid Now York.
Janunry-March iluycrs lis 9d,
equals 4.49c duty paid New York.
Tho holders of theso sugars still
contlnuo firm, at prices which do not
attract attention here. It Is reported
in the Hastcrn markets there has been
n better demand for new' crop Hun
garian and Java sugars, partly caused
by tho shortness ef about 50,000 tons
In the Mauritius crop, nnd about 10
per cent in the Java crop. According
to today's London cable, tho price for
Java sugars Is now 14s Gd, nn advance
of U5d slnco yesterday.
There Is no change to repprt, ns
refiners generally nro firm, at 5.16c
cash, less 1 per cent f. o. b. New
York. It has been rumored the last
fow days that Tho Warner Bugnr lie
fining Compnny and. Tho W. J. Mc
Caban Sugnr Itefg. Co. have been
quietly taking some business nt 5 to
10 points under the market quotation,
but the former now remains firm, nt
6.15c, and Tho W. J McCahan Sugar
Itef. Co Is not likely to accept any
considerable business at under tho
mnrkct, as, even qn this basis, tbo
margin between raw nnd refined Is
only 71 points. News regarding tho
strikes nt the refineries In nrooklyn
is very conflicting, but It seems to bo
tho general opinion thnt Messrs. II.
II. Howell, Son A Co. are making n
small quantity of sugar at their Long
Island City Hennery, estimated ut
about 500 bbls, to 1000 bills, per day
Tho American Sugar Refining Com
pany claim that they are gradually
replacing-the strikers, and expect to
be running to their full capacity be
fore long. Information received from
other sources indicates that It may bo
somp time jet beforo tho ubovo re
fineries wll be running to their usual
capacity, and under the circumstances
wo can only recommend the trade to
carry good stocks,
Czarnlkow-Rlonda Company report
under dnto of August 5:
The raw sugar market continues
under the Influence of the strikes ut
somo of the refineries, and, In conso
quenco, only limited business has
been dono for prompt shipment to
Now York, on tho basis of 3c c. f., 96
dcg., lor Cubas, ut which prlco somo
sugars In port wero tnken by ono re
finer from another, who, by reason of
tho strlko, was unnblo to roccivo them.
A small quantity of Porto Hlcos on
tho way hero also found u bujer at
4.36c c. I. f. For tho outports, 3c c, f.,
96 dcg., Is obtainable for sugars In
any position, and Bales havo been
made thcroat during tho week to tho
totnl of about 75,000 bags; u fraction
more plight bo paid fpr shipment to
New- Orleans, and, nt the close,, there,
nro unconfirmed reports of sales to
that port at 3 l-16c c. f., 96 deg., for
becond half August shipment.
Notwithstanding tho stocks in re
finers' hands are only moderate for
this tlmo of the year, and that tbey
have not made much provision for
their futuro requirements, they still
show a little inclination to cntor tho
market on n large scale.
Taking Into account that tho In
crease In the Cuban crop of 1909-10
has to n great extent been offset by
tho largo quantity of Culms nnd of
American Itcflncd shipped to Kuropo
this yenr, tho supplies of sugar avail
able for this country during tho pres
ent campaign Is no larger than It was
at this tlmo a year ago; on tho con
trary, It Is less, Inasmuch as wo hnve
fewer Jnvas to depend upon and bo
cause the domestic sugar crops are
expected to bo smaller, especially that
of beet. It is therefore reasonable tn
aBsume that as tfio sousun' progresses
our ".notations wl gradually, ivlvupco
those of tho nqw,Kuroiicnn beet crop,
and that refiners licro will, tfobner'MT
later, bo obliged clthor to lopk to Hu
rope for tholr supplies to tide them
oyer to. the )iow Cuban crop, or buy
Now Orleans hllgurs, us was the ease
AdtlceH from L'uropt. rcpurt (hut
tho weather continues ery unfavor
able In rruiico for tho growing beet
crop Generally speaking, tho .weath
er tlri'lKhout L'uiopu has boon most
unseasonable hut lu what extent It
will iiffcet the Una! nullum nf I lie
nop hai no! J.'l been pul in IIhiiii's
lhiroiit.iii Ww I iimil.iii Imiwi iuud
quint but steady during llmpnMvt rk,
('losing price bi'lhK IKi'l. i' m,
nOOLUl.U. T. I!., SATURDAY. AUO. 27. 1910.
higher for August, nnd d lo 4d per,
cwt. higher for tho new crop deliv
eries. Today's f. o b quotations nrp-
August, 14s lid; September, 13s lli.
Next crop: October-December, 1 Is 1
7id; Jnnunr.y-March, lis 9d
Stocks have been fairly active In
tbo local mnrkct. Public nttcntlon
hns been centered pretty gonernlly on
Oahu. Tho pcoplo who wero waiting
for this stock to drop to 30 failed ut
terly to" reall7o on their hopes. Th
stock did drop ns low as 30.60 on a
few shares but Just nbout that tlmo
Directors Fred Lewis and Mark Rob
inson returned from their monthly
tour of Inspection, nnd the quotations
began to turn. Shortly after Georgo
Falrchlld nnd Mr, Spalding who aro
in town after having finished a suc
cessful season at Keallo, went over
tho plantation to bIzo up the situation
ns rega'rds their own Investments. Tho
next day n good rain enmo nnd Onhu
stock is now rather hard to got at
32. The gist of tho matter as lo Onhu
Is that timely rains will glvo it n big
crop next yenr. If dry weather pre
vails, the crop tuny not equal thin
year's. Not hating nny cinch on thp
weather prophet, tho manager rcfusci
to mako an estimate.
Pioneer advanced to 230 with over n
hundred shares sold nt thnt figure
on Thursday. Hawaiian Commercial
Is strong nt 41.125. Hutchinson ap
peared on tho bonrd after nearly six
weeks with no transactions. Tho
stock sold for 16.75, twcnty-flvo cents
below the Inst previous sate. Mc
Hrydo sagged to 6.876 tho middle of
tho week nnd then revhed to 6 nnd
dropped bnck to 6.875 again Reports
from this plantation contlnuo to bo
very gratlf)lng except for this year's
crop, which reached only 10,434 tons.
This shortngo was duo to tho drouth
when tho crop was joung. Rut tho
water problem of Mcllryde has been
solved. Tho new development Is meet
ing with success nt every point nnd
there Is no reason to doubt thnt tho
crop tho coming eur will go over
Olnn has dropped back a little In
tho quotations but tho condition of tho
plantation continues excellent. YVal
nlun holds stcn'dy In tho vicinity of
129. Honokan is strengthening.
Some fifty thousand dollars worth
of bonds were reported on the Hx
cbnngo this week. Klght thousand
dollars of Illlo Cs sold at 100, $1000
Pioneer 6s sold at $102. (10,000 Kauai
ltnllway Cs sold at 100, $16,000 Wala-
lua 5s sold at 101.50 and $12,000 Cali
fornia Refinery Cs went at 100 25.
Cablo word wns received this week
that the contracting firm of Iord &
VAi.nn ..,. .. ..... ..... 220.127.116.11 .,. I
Uu..h ...,.- i., lul0i U.U.I.TH .... .....
i-.n.iruci lor uiu (.ougirucuon pi 1110
Marina Ilnrracks at Pearl Harbor.
Their bid was, about $225,000.
i uriner nssuruoco inai mo military
activities of this, Island will steadl'y
Incrcnso Is found In the rocommonda-
tlon of General IJ.irry that mine
trpops bo stntloned hero nnd tho lin-
mcdlato announcement thnt a full
regiment of cavalry will be located at
' V -
Articles of Incorporation have been
filed by tho Morgan Dredging- Com
pany. The capital is $50,000 with tho
privilege of Increase to $500,000. J.
J. Ilelsor Is president, A. U Cnstlo bcc
retary. J. !'. Fleming treasurer. J. K.
Morgan, V. H. Hoo'gs nnd ." U With
Ington ure prominent stockholders.
Tho llccnso to tho Illlo Railway for
tho construction or a wharf was ex
ecuted this week. Under tbo amended
llconso, tho Territory Is given tho
prlvllego of constructing u right of
way to tho properl of tho public nnd
any railroad Is allowed cntrnnco over
tho tracks that tho Illlo Railway lay
to and on the wharf. There is still u
very strong feollng that this mutter
should properly havo awnltcd tho ses
sion of the legislature
Mukiiwcll has finished grinding and
Its totnl crop runs 20,647 tons. Knhu
ku'g crop Is 6,651 tons, which Is some
what below estimate.
Bishop Street Becoming Detail
Thnt lllshnp ctrcct wMI be an Im
portant retail center seems assured
and with tbo opening of tho street
through to Ilcrctanla, wo may ex
peef bonio radl 'at changes in tho lo
cation of our largo shops.
As an Indication of this movo may
be mentioned the leasing for ten
j oars by the llrown-I.jon Co., Ltd.,
of the stoio In tho Alexander Young
building recently vacated by tho Ho
nolulu (Ins Co. Tils store will be
handcomely fitted up from designs
executed by Mr. Hnlllday Wlthor
bpoou, who has made tho furnishing
of book shops a study, and tho stock
now being selected ln the Kust by
Mr. Iliawn will consist of tho host
and latest things In books.
Tho llrown-Ijycn Co.. Ltd.. has
sublet part of this storo to Ye Artsl
nnd Crnfs Shop nnd nn nrch will thnt he had' rejected her Ualm. I
ho out through to tho Hawaiian News have asked the iiunihiUtrathr why It
Co's stoie, making what will he wn ,llnt t,ln '''"lin f his w.'fe had
pruetleall one large btore occupied hcen allowed and the claim pf 1'lor
hy llrown-I.Min Co., tho only oxelu-" Amy Devereux rejected, and was
Blvely book sellers in Honolulu, I la -1 llifunneil by him that ho would ox
wallan Niiwb Co mid Ye Arts amli I'l'iln It when tho piuper time euiiie.
Crafts Bhop, cadi 11 lender in their! It i"'"iiih to me that this claim wiih
riiiiHiilsdcniuiila mid (.'nnmiln nf
flouih AmmioH uiu slionnly in favor
nf tlm I'nnnmn I'urllln IJxiOnii ha.
Ihy Ih'M (11 Hun I'linivl.co,
Por eailpE, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
l!Htrft t'. S. IVmt OHW
Urc.-ikfust Cocoa, 1-2 II). tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Sle by Leading Grocers In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd:
DORCIIBSTBU, MASS, U. S. A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
CHARLES K, ROE
Master Criticises Way
lu his master's report on the final
mi ountH of Charles It, line, admin
istrator of the estato of Annlo I-at-II
n Hoe, .) in Mnrculllno tolls tho
(ouit that the udmlntUrntor has
paid somo bills and not paid others,
,,,! ti,nt tt,uiu Is lonsldeiablo money
for which tho estate la liable, and
that u idei- tho circumstances ho
dees rt ree hnw the ao'ounts can
, alll, , administrator
'""' ' . ,
Thp f -unts Hied cover the period
' '' ln' "W' l"' to n,lu" '"
Jul ls 191"' "",l l,le lul
mliiistiator acks to be charged with
the sum of $647 50. Ills accounts
show- thai he hns inclved tho sum
of $759 clncc taking the estato over,
and ho asks to he allowed $701. 55.
The report in p.irt follows:
"Tho uciounts of tho administra
tor show that there aiu outstanding
claims agnliiBt the estato ;ii the sum
"I can net seo how this court can
at this tlmo grant (ho administra
tor his dlschuigo. Tho property of
tho estato must first ho sold to pay
tho debts of tho estate. Tho admin
istrator has paid tome of tho claims
presented lu full, nnd has not pa 'I
others. From what I 'nn heo, there
will not bo onnugh money In tho
estato tq pay all claims uiid admin
istration cxponses. The administra
tion cxpcnscB will hnvo to ho paid In
full, hut tho creditors w.ll get n
pro ruta on their claims, lu case or
shortage, tho administrator must ho
hold responsible to Ho icmainlug
creditors for tho dlffereiiLo between
tho proportionate hhiiro that each of
the. paid-up clulms would ho entitled
to and tho amounts that he actually
paid on them
"Tho first ui toil tt of tho adminis
trator with tho will annexed shows
that ho paid u claim of $640 to hlx
wife for services rcndeicd ns a nurse
from 1905 to chito of death lu 1 1 0 8 .
This claim Is ' ortllloil to by V. C.
hoc, husband uf the deceased, iib a
Just and true account. 1 am not
satisfied that this Is a just and truo
liulm and I theroforo recnnlmond
thut the administrator with tho will
annexed be Burthniged with tho suld
"A claim wbb also presented to tho
adm'nlstintor by rioienco Amy Dev
oreux, on Novombor 22, 1008, for
$500, cecured by a nolo. This claim
was also certified to by C. lloo
as a truo nnd Just claim and tho nolo
hied, hut cm April 12, 1910, tho ml.
mlnUtiutor notified Mrs,
nihltrailly nJnoted by the iidmlulu
1 rat or.
"Vniirhrr No t roirfeiiln 11 pis'
nisnt of ffiiio mmlo by Rharlw It.
Hop, Riliiiiiltrnlor, to filini. l, Hoy
for lUo inniDicjinnw of Jamw l,ovo
itonf .Marcli-4. 19,0$, 40 .Mnn;J. J,,
"The will provides that ntt nnd
singular property was to go to Wil
liam Chnrlcs Roo during tho full
period and term of his natural life
lu the homo aforesaid, and In tho
personal! therein belonging to de
ceabcd, subject to tho express pro
vision that during the full term and
period of tils natural life James lvo
should llvo In tho said homo exact
ly as ho did at the tlmo of making
tho w.ll, frco of rent, nnd should bo
tared for and maintained In the simo
manner ns nt date of executing will,
and with the additional provision
that said homo should not ho sold,
rented or used Tor nny other purposo
thnn a hemic for her said husband,
the said .lames Love, nnd bor Uit
mairled children so long as they or
cither of them should remain single
and until tho death, icspcctlvclj,'
both of her husband and tho said
James l,oc. I
"It ecciiM to mc thnt tho ehargo
mado by Charles It. lloo against tho
estate for tho support of said Jnmca
U)Vo Is not 11 proper one. Tho will
docs not pruvldo for nny such charge I
Tho propcrtj was given to WinCim,
Charles Roo for life, with tho under
standing that ho was to tako care
qf James l.ovo. I ra ommend that
tho administrator be surcharged with'
tho sum of $520. j
"Vouchor No. 40 appears to ho
parti for tho administrator's per
sonal business advertisement as n
mechnnlrnl engineer, etc., etc. This
voucher Is for tho sum of $2.65 nnd
Iiiecommcnd thnt the ndmlulslrntoY
bo surcharged with tho samo.
"Voucher No. 46 Is paid by the
administrator to himself for $150
on account uf tho amount due h.iu
as per tho first nciount.
"The administrator of this estate
had a claim against the estato of
Henry Ilognii for $216, for board,
etc., nnd obtained judgment in the
DlBtrlM. Court for the same. An np
peal was taken to tho Circuit Court
or tbo l'lict Circuit by the estato
of Henry llogan. Tho administrator
of this estate, Charles It. Roe, did uot
appear on the dnto set for hearing
In the Circuit Court, and theroforo
the caso was dismissed. I
"It was tho duty of tho ndmlnls-j
tratcr to appear In tho Circuit Court
nnd prosecute his claim, nnd If tho
estato or Henry Hognn 3 solvent,
tho administrator Uf this estnto
should be made to pay the amount
that ho would havo ictclvcd from
tbn said estnto t.( Henry llogan had
ho pros. 1 uted the claim. I therefore
recommend that the administrator
with tho will anpoxed bo surcharged
with tho sum of $216.
"The sum of $52.76 wns paid by
the administrator with tho will an
nexed, on account of the funeral nnd
othor expenses of V. C Roe, the hus
band or the deceased. It Is tho opin
ion of tbo master that theso nio Im
proper charges against this estate.
If an administrator were allowed to(
miiKe cliargea or tins hinn aim ais.)
to make charges such as the ono for
tho support of James Love, It would
defeat tho krredltors' claims. If V
C. Rco had any Interest nt nil .in
tho estate, thut Interest terminated
immcdlutol) upon his death."
First Methodist Iiplscopal Church,
corner Lloretanla uvcnuo and Miller
street, J. T. Jones, pastor.
Class meeting, U a m , William,
Hundny Bchnol, in 11 m , It II.
Morning worship, II 11 m Sermon
by tho pastor; Biibject, "Something
to Live I'"or." Special music by the
Kpworth Lcngue, 7 11 m Topic,
"A Righteous I.lf.) and Acceptable
Worship; Miss Norma Klnley and
Marguerite Wndimin, leaders.
Kvctilng wirahlp, 7:45 o'clock. Sor
ninn by tho pastor; subject, "Tho Sin
Prii)er-ineetlng, Wednchd.iy ovo
nlng. A most cardial invitation Is extend
ed to tourists, strangers nnd friends
to attend tho set vices of this church.
,Tho regular monthly lingllsh sor-
vlcn-wlll be held In Kuumnknplll
Church tomorrow nt uloven o'clock
Tho address will ho given by the
energetic Y M. C A Seciotnry, Mr
Super. There will bo special music
by tho girls from tho Industrial
School A cordial Imitation is ox
tended (o nit.
Comer of Alakca and King streets
Moinlug services Sunday School,
9:45 Pleaching sen Ice, II.
livening service, 7 o'clock, under
tho auspices or the Y V, S (1. 1:.
All ure welcome
Itiv. I'liink Nowliull wiillf), D.I), of
Chicago, who lias been suppllllK (.'cu
lm! Union C'liuuli puipii ror tio past
floiiMi wpiiIis prrnihr-B hU Jnsi snr
iiioii nt this chinch mmnrrow. in
I lio moniliiK lils toplo nil) b
"I'lip ftloilwu l'mllnu" iiija lu U10
T-y. ,--o 4 r .. ,wfl.w.iH r-
Have It Done the
lt f.f,i.rn tm. 1...IP ll.llr Kl.nDI
lepalrrd i! Kniiw )u usually
ran get a good deal of uddlllnnnl
sen Irr from them nfler the llrst
sole N Mam nut.
II11I how (In ) m liaic It diiiii'I lly
till. (11 llii.ry call hie rs' mi'tlindl
If van do, our evprrlcnce has
iindmililedly slinvwi )on linn unial
NfiMior) Hits method It. Vim most
likelj gel Inferior imilerliiN and
(in 111 liiirkiiuinslilp. Ill sides llih,
Hie usual (iietliiul of utapjilm''-
that Is, iilerilm; Hie Mile mldtTiiy
In Hie sliiiik Kites the sluic 11 do
cldedl) unolglitlj Inuk.
'I hen, i:g:iu, Hie mills snmrlliiies
used hi llie (didder c.itise 110 lllllc
dtsroinfiirl o Hie fool. Tliei ure
drlien clear tliroiif.ii l the Inside
of the slide mid ure clinched 1111 (he
So, nil en the ri.hhlcr hands jou
jour shoes, the) look like the pliolo
belou, don't lic) 1
mi: oiiiimitv hay or half.
-ni:i. WW" H'
un, lake lli "Rji.mI Aii"l
First, ll.e mirk Is done h) expert
sliocumki'rs ulug Just the Mime
inciiHuis n( uiiicii iiie ursi sines
ucre utl.iiiied ut the Kec.il far
lories. 'I lie eld, vtnrn-out sole nnd
heel are miuned. V nen sole of
genuine OVK IIAIIK i'AM:i
leatlier Is sewed 1111. Hear lu mind
that this sole Is nunpliie - II ex.
lends from die In li.il, anil It Is
SHUT!! mi, nut milled. V new
hi el, hull! nf uliolc lifts of this
.iiue iiiiiiuiiimI stoik, Is iillarhed.
Ml edges are rniefiill lien-led nnd
iliiNlied, Just us the! tire lu the
It lien )m git jnur shoes luck
I lie are Just us 1 ouiforlalile and
prii(ilenll) as shllsli mid sen Ire
alliens nil en 1011 llr.it liouchl them.
And II iiies no rust 11 lot, illlier
ho iiiorr lliaii tint llrsl-cl.iss cnli
bier nould iloirge.
Tie next lime miii mint your
sillies repaired bring tlieiu lo tills
More. Tell our snlesiiiiiu jou want
tliem leualred Hie "lleg.il Ytii."
Tlieu viiu'll git 11 Job that looks
Just like the photograph ut the lop
uf this page.
KINO AND HKTllUU
ovuilng 'Shpit Cuts lu Morals and
Religion' Resides tho legiilar mulu
ipmih't iiuiulieiH Mrs lillud lleailt
Diejfus will slim All tngetlici It
oiihIii 10 bo 11 Kioat Huudu) fur Cen
.Mill))' 11 I'liili l.cops IiIh frieiuls by
I.Boplng hto witflo to ilmlf.
Mny n Montis w ha tni'twl
of m tUat are OjiK.
5 ik ' 'itiiiWi'h Hiji