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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JUNE B, 1911.
W AN T S I
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The property known as the. Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dlmenslons41x0B. The build
ing will be remodeled to suit tenant
Apply to C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Cottage (or rent In Palolo Valley. Five
rooms and bath. Electric light. Kent
reasonable to right party. Posses
sion Klvfti about June 8. Apply "M
M. M.", Dulletln olllcc.
Cottage with two bedrooms; electric
lights, gits; newly renovated. In
qulro Mrs. Young, li49 Port St.
One large, airy furnished room, suit
able for two gentlemen, and a small
furnished, with electric light and
bathroom: near carllne. Mrs. F. L.
Bchmldt, proprietor, 10X8 Alapal St,
near King. 4943-2W
No. 73 Beretanla, St Electric lights
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J, II. Townsend,
Furnished front room: mosquito-proof,
hot and cold water bath, private en
trance. 732 Klnau St., near Alapal.
Clean furnished, mosqulto-proof rooms
to let. "The Oakland." 1189 Alakea
Cressaty'a furnished cottages, Walklkl
lleuch; Tel. 2868. 4889-tt
Furnished cottages, near carllne. 1812
I,lllha St. 4926-lm
AT AUCTION At City "Auction
Rooms, Frlduy, June 9, at 10 a. m.,
household furniture, dry goods, sta
tionery, army tents, horsoM, Jewel
stoves, etc., etc. Jas. W. Pratt, auc
I can supply you with stock or eggs
from the following breeds; R. L
Reds, II. P. Itocks, S. C. White Leg
horns, Faverolles, Silver Spangled
IUmburgs, Silver Seabrlghts, Ban
tarns. Silkies and Black Mlnorcas.
It eft rence: Sonoma National Bank.
Jack Lee, It. 3, Box 08, Petaluma,
New attractive five-room cottage,
cheap. Everything modern. Nice
lawn; choice fruit and shade trees.
Ninth Ave., Kalmukl, one'block from
carllne; above sanatorium. Inquire
on premises. "4928-tf
The Transo envelope a llme-savlni
Invention. No addreialng nice
sary In sending out bills er r
celpta. Uullstlu Publishing Oa.
sole agent (or patentee. ti
Automobile Flve-seoter, completely
equipped. Fine car for rent service
or for family. Greatest snap ever
offered. "Mobile," this olllce.
Lot 100x200, Puunul Ave., COO feet from
Wylllo St. Terms reasonable. Ap
ply to J. M. Monsarrat, private ofllco,
District Court. 4945-61
Beautiful home In Palolo Valley, close
to carllne; cheap; attractive terms.
See Walter II. Bradley, care Kal
mukl Land Co , Ltd.; Tel. 1659.
Two-bedroom bungalow. lairge rooms;
unsurpassed view; Imported fruit
trees. Address "a. C. II.", this of
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains nnd hills. "Pratt," 101 Stnn
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1602.
Selected Caravontca wool cotton
seed. A. V. Gear. 1214 Tort Bt
P. O. Box 404. 4tS-tl
.MEN'S clothing on credit; $1 per
week; suits given at once. F. Levy
Outfitting Co., Sachs Bldg., Fort SL
Thoroughbred bull terrier pup,
months old. 734 Klnau SL
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad (hip
ping books, at Bulletin office, tt
Choice out flowers., Phone 3029.
FOR 8ALE OR LEA8E.
Lots or cottnges on carllno. Kalmukl,
aorman, 1186 Alakea St.
Try some of the new
"Red Seal" necorda by
famous nrllsts , ,
BERG3TR0M MU8IC CO., LTD.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
160 Hotel Street Phone ?Jt!
IIMI MiJIIil Villi II, II ft l f.llli'llllf
nr:l)i f.ir Ml l tliM II II I ul II
ulilvti (Dm imili
"Wo lead, others follow," In tho manu
facture of carbonated) beverages. One
prlco to all Freo delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co , Ltd ,
34A North Beretanla St.; Chas. B.
Frasher, manager. 4941-tf
To save jou 33 1 '3 per cent, on your
meter bill by using our wire-drown
Mazda lamps. Will burn In any po
sition. Honolulu Electrla Co., cor.
Beretanla and Alakea Sts.; Tel. 3097,
Now' the tlmo to get your hat clean
ed. First-class work; low prices.
Special attention given to Panamas.
David Ortiz, Alakea and King.
Everyono to have his hat cleaned by the
Expert Hat Cleaners. We do the best
work In the city at lowest price. Ex
pert Hat Cleaners, opposite Club
Men who like to wear good clothes to
call and see our samples. 500 pat
terns Just arrived. F. Lovy Outfit
ting Co, Sachs nldg, Fort St.
A horse or pony suitable for boy. State
lowest cosh price and where can be
seen. Address Melville, care Dulle
tln office. 4936-tf
Large, airy, mosqullo-proof room;
vote family; cloo to carllne.
You owe It to the departed. Monti
ments and tombstones cleaned; made
like new. Investigate. Dewing, 1223
Eliminate the waste and save 151. Let
me figure on your work. J. R. Davis,
builder and contractor; Tel. 2529,
Box ISC. 4940-2m
Chinese boy with experience on soda
fountain. Must bo experienced; good
wages. Call at Honolulu Drug Co.
Good dressers to get their suits made
to order from F. Levy Outfitting Co.,
Sachs Bldg, Fort St.
All kinds of keys made to order. M.
Shestopol, cor. Bishop and Merchant.
Boy to run errands. Apply at Kersh
ner's, 1175-1777 Alakea St. 4945-tf
Anything of vsluo bought for eaih.
Carlo, 1117 Fort Bt. 4763-tf
Address "J. K. C."
ROOMS AND BOARD.
THE LELAND-627 Beretanla;, 'Phone
1308. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, prop. Rooms,
312; board, 135 per month. All mosqulto-proof
lanal rooms. Cars pass
the door, 4941-tf
Cottage with bath and board for cou
ple. A suite of rooms with board
and hot and cold water bath. Shady
Nook, 1049 Beretanla St. Telephone
Apply 136C King St.
FURNI8HED HOUSES FOR RENT.
Furnished house, for tho summer. All
conveniences; line view over city;
very reasonable rent for a doslrable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Stnngenwald
Bldg,; Tolephono 1C0!. 4943-tf
Between Pllkot and Keeaumoku Sts.,
on mauka Bide Young St Apply to
W O. Smith, Judd Bldg. 4938-tf
BUY AND SELL.
New and second-hand furniture bought
and sold. Mirrors repaired andresll
vrred, J. Takakl, King St., Palama.
'Enos the Painter" paints anything and
everything. All work, guaranteed first
class. Also paperlutnglng and dec
orating. A trial will coujfece. Union
St., above Hotel; Tel. 2230.
Puclflo Electric Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for salo.
11C: Port St.; Tel, 3132.
Storage batteries rented; 13 per month;
recharge II, Magnetos and colls re
paired. Rerger'f. Electrical Works.
SPIENTIFIO METHODS IN BUILD
lug, when applied by nil experienced
contractor, HAVE YOU MONEY,
Estimates free, J, It, l)uvl Tel.
2539, Dux 135, 4910.2m
(1, W. LINCOLN,
Till) ONLY ONI),
I'llic'llnil HIW ler HIiharilH HI, lift.
Hint "ml 1)111 en, nii. AUK rli'un Hluhlo,
H HAIU, I'lll'I'IIIIHMI'I'll
At I. KINIIrl HI' MIITAIi WDIIK
limilnK nt iiiiIiimuiIiIIu Uimi h l""
WW I'HMUllI Ml r)'lll
Are you 1117 If so, you should Inves
tigate Vlava. No drugs. A treatment
founded on laws of Nature. Nature
alone can heal; that's Vlavn. You
owe It to yourself to Investigate.
Send for literature. Free lecture
Thursday, 2:30. The Vluva Co, 1146
Alakea St. 4912-lm
Rheumatism, hratn disease, neurulglu,
lumbago, quickly relieved. Recom
mended by a number of prominent
Honolulu citizens. ' K. Oshltna, 34
Beretanla St. 4936-lm
S. Hashimoto Massage, baths; rheu
matism, bruises, sprains, tired feel
ing, other ailments, relieved. 178
Ucretanla; Tel. 2617. 4936-lm
John Pontes Shoes to order, 87; half-
soles, 81,30; heels, 40c; patches, 25c;
rubber heels, 35c; hand-sewed soles,
81. Work guaranteed. Rear of Grill.
M. Rodrlgues Twelve years of satis-
' faction 137 King St, formerly of
Bethel St. Expert shoe repairer.
Y. B. Jong Expert shoe repairing.
Union St.., opp. Auto Delivery Co.
Antony Caneto Fine shoe repairing.
223 King St. 4938-lm
Mrs Hodgson, teacher of palno. 1516
Emma, opp. Royal School. See sign.
Piano taught by experlenceditenchcr In
six months. New method. 33 month;
8 lessons. Special nltentlon to adult
beginners. "Music," Bulletin olllcu.
Mr. L, Smith, pianist, Orpheum Then.
ter. Phono 2838. Terms moderate.
Piano and furniture moving our spe
clalty. Nleper Express Co.; Tel. 1916
Qet your next suit from, C. T, Akama
& Co. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mer.
chant tailors, 1039 Nuuanu St.
Clothes cleaned, dyed and pressed on
short notice. Called for and deliv
ered. Phone 3029. S. Harada, 1160
Fort St 4846-tf
European hat cleaners. Old hats
cleaned nnd repaired, llko new. Del
fin Montolbn, Kamanuwal lane, near
Asahl & Co. II. Matsuto, prop. Con
tractors and builders. House paint
ing end puperhunglng; screens of nil
kinds. 208 Beretanla St.; Tel. 1420.
Oeorgo Yamada. general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 210 McCandless
Bldg. Phone 1115.
Tho sanitary regulations are strict.
Have ourself trouble by being pre
pared beforehand. Havii Chas. R. PI
lares, the sanitary plumber, look oyer
your work. 26 years' experience lias
mudo him competent. 1126 Union St.
You should have your plumbing done
by a "PLUMBER," Ten years' ex
porlence has taught mo the science
of plumbing. The only nnd safe way.
C. L. Almeida, 11 Pauuhl St,; Tel.
John Mattos, sanitary plumber and
sheet metal worker. Manufacturing
and repairing of auto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 124 Beretanla St.; Tel.
Won Lout Co Sanitary plumbers and
tinsmiths Hotel St., bet. Maunakea
and Smith Sts.; .Tel.- 1033.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and ttnimttb,
Smith Bt bet. Hotel and Pauabl.
THE ONLY EXCI.USIVI
toro In Honolul
u. High-grade re-
ck. 1284 Port , St.;
pairing. New stoc
Tel, 22(8. K, Mlzutu
Call and see my lino Orlenlul Jmvi.lry.
All kinds nf Jewelry mails tn nnlsr,
liurunl n prices, Wtileli rl"lrlng,
I'ulciililo Wulili i'ii 231 IIiti Inula HI.
IKIliD AND HII.VHIIHMITII
HIMMNI'. NHAII IMI'AIII
' I 'i t . i II J 'c iiiiminijliil
rViM, 'MIIMIn (I r iMri
ROOM AND BOARD WANTED.
Two meals a day, In lclnlty of Dia
mond Head. State lowest price and
when I can call to see. Address
"Roomer," Bulletin. 4945-lt
He's coming nnd he will get you If your
plumbing Is not up to the standard
prescribed by the Board of Health .
WHO? Why. tho sanitary Inspector I
BEAT HIM TO ITi See Almeida, the
sanitary plumber. "THE SAFE AND
ONLY WAY." No. 11 Pnuahl St.;
Tel. 24V.. 4915-lm
A place where ou can enjoy jourself
If you are a stranger, come In and
get dcqualnted. The Progress Bar,
King and Maunakea Sts,
You can meet him at the Mint Saloon
a nice cool bottle. Come ond see.
Nuuanti St., between 1'nunlil and
I-nrgc brown leather handling. Initialed
"J. W T.", containing mint nnd
eggs. Finder return to C Q. Yee
Hop & Co. nnd reeelvo reward.
O. P. Soares, Magoon llhlg, Notary
public; agent to grnnt marriage li
censes. Tel. 2691. 4938-lm
J. A Combs, 103 Stangennald Bldg.;
Tel. 1884. Notary public!
For hire, seven-seated Packard:
phone 2611. Young Hotel Btand;
Chai. Reynolds. 4640-tl
Klrst-cluBs livery turnouts at rea
sonable ratea. Terrltoiy Livery
Stable, 348 King;., phone 2535.
Dr. L. R Case Olflce, Lewis' Stables;
Phone 2141. Residence phone, 1113.
J. Chong, optician. Examination free.
Glasses to order. Watches and Jew
elry repaired. 19 Hotel St.
DR. BIRCH Office,
Bldg. Phone 3308.
64 Alex. Young
Mntsiimoto Employment Office Al
Jupunesa htlp furnllied on short no
tlcel Tel 1766. 900 Alakea, nr. King.
Union Employment Office Jnpinese
cooks, waiters, ynrdboys, etc. l'none
1420. a. Hlruoka, 203 Ucretanla,
near Emma. 4919-lm
Korenn employment otllce. Competent
male and female help of all kinds on
short notice. Tel 3011. 1133 Union.
Fukudo Employment OlJlce Cooks,
waiters, yn ninny. King at Punch
T. Ithlbashl. Klnau
flee; phone 1879..
Why drink Inferior grades when you
can have tho best soda at same price?
All our goods comply with pure food
law. Star Soda Water Co.; Tel. 2267.
Keep cool by drinking the most de
licious soda wnter made In Honolulu.
All flHVOrs. Delivered to your home.
Sunrlso Soda Works; Tel. 1345.
Wo uso artesian water, making our
soda superior to ull others. A drink
of our pineapple Juice will convince.
Drngon Sodn Works; Tel, 31C2.
K. Sato New und second. hand bicy
cles, Agents famous Pierce cycles.
Our repair department Is In charge
of an expert. Iwllel ltd., opp. depot
Hlgh-grado bicycle repairing; expert
work. New wheels ut lowest prices.
Also HUltcuso and trunks, N. Kugl
fcukl, 195 Hotel St.. near River.
ni'VTi'.n axii nnPAtrtPD.
r;Xprt Work f- reaonable prices. M,
ijyemiirn, o Orcldnital Hotel.
mrfrrmmmm . " '
WIL80N OPPOSES BRYAN,
WASHINGTON. I ' Jim 4 1v.
irimr Wimdiiiw Wll r Nmv Jirsry,
ii irni"'iili Di'iiiimhiHV hi il Itlu ii f ip
I'liwlili'iil In 1913, I 'I lies his sliiiul
niiMnl' iikiiIiii Hi" iiniiiiiiii'ii orwil.
Iltilii JhhiIiihs Hdhii fur Iim HuhI
HiiiiIiIhk ur I'liiimliHii rt;lH-H'iik'i li
rMltv lliv MHIfflllflil s riHMit lw-
I w fill Him I mi cttHiiiiii's
IMT'l'iir IUI" iynl iimHsIIh i
The Imp- Cap
1J1...0LU the latest tho Jaunty "Imp" rap! Made absolutely , without
stiffening or foundation of any sort. It Is admirable f'r mm Hub ni II cull
bo packed In a suit case. Tho matorlals ruiiKo from cri-lonite to lie. for llu-utcr
wear. There Is only ono crseiulul thu f.icu under It must be pretty
ffcatness Is "Per
haps the Quality
Most In Woman
1 ANY a man will screw his courage
up to ask a homely girl to mar
ry him, but few will admlro an un.tldy
ono sufficiently to do her that honor.
It Is a sad fuuL but the Ideals of
most men comprise strict neatness,
while those of inuny women do not. A
girl thinks If she Is Huffy and alluring
that Is eno'ugh. A man will notice
Whether her teeth are well brushed or
notice tho spot on her tailor made.
Oh. that horror of a spotted tailor
made, a badly brushed, badly In need
of a pressing coat and sklrtl
The homeliest girl In the world, If
her complexion is clear from much
soap and water. If her hair ls,brushed
until It shines. If lur linen Is white and
he, suit spotless, far excels tho ordi
nary beauty who has put herself to
gether merely for show and not for
A man will never 'marry a woman
who will keep his house topsy turvy.
Be It ever so humble, home must be
' neat, nnd tho sloppy, III kept girl Is
merely the forerunner of tho 111 kept
home, v Ith everything at sixes and
seven and nothing In Its plate.
Somehow that sweet, clean atmos
phere nbout a woman which Is so much
mora effective than ponder nnd per-
fumo standi for a lot more than mcro
personal neatness with u man It typi
fies all sorts of lino and noblo and up
lifting qualities and makes him feel he
wants that woman In his home and
around him all his life.
It makes him feci she Is fine and true
and genuine and worthy of the highest
respect and honor.
The woman who neglects the neat
ness of her. personal appearance In
favor of mcro stylo litUa realties the
hideous. mistake aba la making, J
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(Assoelated Press Cable 1
MON'CI.AVi:, t'oaliulln, Mex Juno 4
(JnuTiil rniliclscii Mailini reacluil
this city yesterday en rquto to the
L'it) of Mexico, his tour mi fur pro-
si-ntlng tho iippi-urnuco of it triumphal
Journey, In Is iiccompauleil by his
stuff nnd f.ecrtnrleH
Cheered by Thousands.
Although Ocnerul Mmlcro Is tho only
cniidldato for president of Mexico, he
Is milking many stops along his ruuto
and nt this point innilo a lengthy nil-
dross tn tha great gathering, which' ON UTAH LAKE
cheered 1 1 1 in ns ho matin his points SALT LAKE CITY, Juno 4 A trag-
Ito 1'nlli'il upon nil cltUeiis mid sol lily which has slnxked Die entire city
dliTS nf Ilin ri'pulillc to forget past incurred today nn Utah laike, near
illffirini oi- nnd tn Join In upholding here, when six jniing people, members
law und ordir under Ihe new cm nf nf u guy bitrnllml parly, went drown
rri'i'ilmii whli Ii Iiiih ninnid id by the cupsltlng nf u launch, whllo
Ikiiller In IIia ihi ho iiiiiiIk ii slop iniiiiy nthers bad mil row escnpes from
at I'ledriis Niuihs, win 1 0 he was glvin ilitilli nnd nil mo proilraleil fmni sor
nn iivntliju irmv or shm'k
iLimsniour uu is.
Mrtf,.,, ,.Tv, June 4.-Hciir in
, i v im l.lnuiiiiiMir. fiiriiiM' ntrtiny of
iIiihiuih under Dim, iiiiMly tefl IViWWly
,eilffili' wllh his fsiMlly, ami, II l
hIuImI, mill iWwii fur I'ishw, Kw
UrtNli'ii i'IT Jum I III' inl)il
in. ni Mf 1'imini.nui I'ri'i.lfiii iIk Is
II uu iiiiililiiit'.l b Ull' l'HMts
IUm lisMi tliiMi" i'rM UMllWfi
Any fairly llrm fruit can be made
Into frltteis aiiplis. bananas, peaches,
uprlcots. etc '
Fur the batter un n quarter of
pound of Hour, n quarter nf u pint of
tepid wuler, a teufpooriful of salad
ull or an ounce lf dripping ur butter
melted, thu whites of two eggs ond a
pinch of tall.
Sieve tho flour nnd salt Into n basin,
make n well In tho middle and pour In
a little of the oil nnd wnler. Mir these
smoothly Into I ho Hour anil add tool,
by degrees until ull Is mixed In
Prepare the fruit. It apples tho
should ho peeled, cored
cored and cut in
mi inch thicks if
slkts a quatler nt tin men IMcM If
bananns they should be peiled und lut
In iiiilf liiLTtliU.lK ni In (tiitirtpm If
--" t -(-- -
preferred. Apricots or peaches should
ba halved and stoned
Have ready some nice frying fnt. It
must not bo so hot that It smokes
Tho best plan is to bring It to that
point, then let It cool again wry
Meanwhile put the whiles of eggs on
a plate with a pinch or suit and beat
them to such a stiff froth that ou can
turn the plate right over and they will
not fall off. Stir them very lightly Into
with ii .lean skewer illu eneh niece
of fruit Into thu butter, then drop It! Waco tho cabbago In Jars with some
Into tho fnt and fry It a pretty golden' sliced beetroot to Improve thn color and
brown. As eacli is done lay It on ai "o teaspoonfu: of peppercorns to each
plcco of kitchen paper for the fut to 'Jar. Cover with boiled vlmgur ami
drain off, then dust with castor sugar. I tie dawn with bladder. Thin pickle
Servo them piled up on u luce paper I does not keep very well.
has been nppoluted nmbahsudtir to the
I'ulted States nnd will lenve for Wash-
liiRtnn this week
Senor Don Xnntucnnn, the- present
ambassador nt Washington from Mex-
Ico, will leave for London, whero he
lias been appointed fiscal ngent for thu
Ruth to See Madero.
TORIIEON, Juno 4. This city, the
iillnmd center of the Stnte of Du-
nngo, welcoineil Clenrral I'runrlscn
(adero today In royal stIn upon liH
irrlvnl In n special train on Ills trl-
liuuphnl tour to tho cnpiti'iir
I Special trains were run from the
nearby towns, and It If. estimated that
over twenty thousand persoin greeted
tho revnliitlonnry lender when he
istepped from the train.
I On His Way to Exllt.
I HAVANA, June 4 Porllrlo Diaz
former president of Mexico, and his
family left this port toduy, bound for
i YOSEMITE VALLEY, Juno 4. Sit
runaway hordes dragged the Yoxcmlto
stage ilnvvn one nf the hill roads In
this vulley today, nnd III ilnshlng
around u enrvn the conch was upset
nnd It S. Llcenrlng of Alleiitnwn was
The stage was filled with. tnurlslH nut
to sen tin- geysers when tho accident
;happciiid. nnd ten of them urn Injured,
soinu of tlient seriously. Only u few
escnpeil wltliuut being hurt.
i n v in it fiiiBium n iim- w
lintlml .if H.lwm.1 Holme uml MM
Vn Hrwii Hwi Hi liii- lxlin
Hinlwl mil lr H ihIsIiimIIdii nn lh
Issk Thr Ismivli w In i'Imiihm nr
K'lMrlii I If own, Imhsr f Hiss Vrn
uml lit I'lHHh Mbd IIHsn llniwii, Mil t
hIumii wh drtiwHed
Their I.mI l'ii!lr(.
VifN WWebWtililw HlfllMtf fflMM
ettMrn u44m mhuithi wiimMI tirtwh
Tunic . '
i b : tffltfi$w4mtSi
i HJI'ISH) directly from an old painting,
v nolliinc could bu more picturesque
-- noliilnc could bu more picturesque
, u,lul til Innovutloii of fashion, if any-
i.i.. ... i.A .ii.i ...k....i..n iliIi
iiiiiifi vain uu vtiiivn iiiii'nauuii '"I"-"
OaiH hack hundreds of yiars. This
tunic Is made pf brocade In rose and
gold ahd trimmed with rith bunds of
PICKLCD RCO CADBAGE.
j Take ono or two sound hearted red
cabbages, beetroot, salt, vinegar and
Remuve tho outer leaves nnd tiien
I slice tha cabbago fine, placing It on a
i dish with r sprinkling of salt between
" layer. Afler two nays Hraln nnd
tho small craft nnd turned It . 4,er,
throwing the party Into the wntvr.
Holmes tried to lescuo his betrothed.
but thn girl grasped him about the neck
und they" sunk, locked In each utlicr's
Benjamin Rnymojid Hindi- a ilclpernto
effort to rne his little flte-year-old
win, Sherwood Raymond. Via they wire.
drowned together. Young lYnnk llninn
also made n bravo attempt to savo hi
sister, I l.l.-n Hi own, but they both ills-
The rot of the party wero picked up
by ii Hulllicmt tliul.tititidf tu.the- rutoiie.
Ilimtineii are searching with Rrup-
nels, . ;
TAFT 8PEAK8 STRONGLY
ON RECIPROCITY MEASURE
CIIICACIO. Juno 4 Pr. sldent Tuft,
III u public speech liprw last qlKht, re
viewed tho whole iucstlon of Canadian
reciprocity und tho history of tho.prop
tit ngrecineut between the represen
tatives of the laiurler government und
his own cabinet.
The i'l eshlent V Ignrnusly defended tin.
mennire, ilirbrlm; that the Senato
should p.'ixs It unit stands nud not at
tempt to kill It by unrcusonablunmenil
' DISCREDIT CONFESSION.
MUSKOnEE. Juno 4 John Delntiey,
n union. IronuorKrr. uirulo an alleg.-il
eonfesslon hero yesU rday. clinrglug
that M"Namurii. who Is under arrest
lit l.m Aiigel.H chaiged vvllii blowing
up the lam Aligeliw TIiiich ImlMliiKliist
CH'tnlxr. had vinplovfil him to imped
nnd draw iIuikiiiiiis' of cerlnln lion-
The rcprosthliltlvi'M of the Hums Do-
lei live Agetiiy hero iIIxiti-.HI tho con
fession of Dvluney.
COLLEOE BALLOON RACE.
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