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CVENING OULLGTIrL HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JUNC 28, 1911.
By JAMCi A. EDCIHTON,
tCopyrlght by American Press Associa
te tlon, 1911.)
T is n fitting suggestion Hint the
liftlcth hnnlversnry of the clvlt
war should Iw a cclrbrntloit of
ponce. It I to lie hoped tlint
.j none of the hatred or rnncor of n halt
1 , century Hgo will enter Into the event.
The tuition tins never been to Ilnuly
united as now. Out pf the nsbes of
tho old south n now smith hris sprung.
Factories dot her pleasant lands; her
cities nro growing 'with tho snmo mar
velous swiftness as those of tho north
and west, and everywhere she Js keep
ing pace with ihe material, political
14 and Intellectual progress of tho wholo
The severity, of tho war Itself, was
ono of tho contributing' causes to this
happy outcome, Knch side tested tho
metal of tho othecntid learned to re
liect tho other. Tho contest was
fought to such n complete llnlsh that
nothing llko It can cut again occur
In our history. The extraordinary ex
crtlon then called forth begot an en
ergy that has slnco mnilo for national
progress. Thus was taught an Im
portant lesson In democracy. In that
supremo conflict wo had to depend
npon ourselves, thus developing our
own Inherent powers, which when the
war was over could bo turned Into tho
avenues of material advancement.
A man admires n bravo and honor
nhle foe. frequently when two manly
men hnvan misunderstanding and fight
It out they become the best of friends.
They have tried each other, and hence
forth their iincctlon Is founded ntrtho
rock of mutual esteem. It "Is even so
with the north nnd south. The vet-
erans on both sides enn meet, Inko
Aeach other by tho hand and say. "Well.
It was n good light." After nil. both
armies wcro mado up of Americans,
nnd each of us can bo loyal to tho
memory of his own sldo nnd yet feel
a glow In thinking nf'tho bravery of"
tho other. In the result tho victor had
no cause for undue prldo or tho van
quished for shama. Today If Is safe
to say (hat not ono southerner In ten
thousand would hnvo tho result differ
ent. ' "Let Us Have Peace."
Something of this spirit animated
Lincoln In the beautiful second In
augural address and stirred 'Grant
when ho said, "Let us hnvo peace."
And we have penco ns wldo as the no
' tlon and ns deep as tho hearts of tho
people, peace so profound that never
again can wo have conflict, nt least of
that kind. In this spirit let us remem
ber tho struggle and let no word fall
that Fill wound the sensibilities pf
either side. Thiols tho way big and
brow men remember. Only weak or
, malignant natures seek, to relight "tho
ashes of n dead hate.
Tho nation Is ono. As It was In tho
days of tho Itevolutlon and of 1812, so
Is It now. As husband nnd wife, once
estranged, are reunlted'over thogrnvo
of a dend child, so are wo reunited
over tho graves of fifty years ago.
Without nbatlng one Jot of our con
victions ns to tho right or wrong of
tho conflict we nil of us know that
peaco nnd concord aro right for today.
And In recalling tho struggle let ns
Include all that Is bravo and noblo on
both sides, now tho common heritage
of n united country. Sorrow Is dem
ocratic. Hrlof Is not factional. Let
our verbal flowers bo llko tho,. flowers
of nature, knowing no section, ceas
ing nt no Imaginary line.
They banish our anger forever
yhen they laurel the craves of our dead.
That Is tho true spirit. In tho- brnnd
er sense tliclr ilenil aro nlso our dead,
nnd Hilars, triio In whichever section
we happen to' live, for this Is a na
tional celebrntlon.' ' t t ' '
On the Battlefield of Naihville,
Revernl years ago I attended tho
Nnslivlllo exposition nnd 'Whllo there
necompanlol a party of distinguished
men to tho seeuo of tho battlo fought
near that city. In, tho party were twb
Uulled Stales senators, -ono from the
north, tho other from the south. Both
had participated 'In tliq battle, the
northerner ns n prlvnte.'the southerner
ns n general. During tho trlnvcach
pointed out the ground that ho bad
fought over nnd told of the stmgglo
In n way to bring It to llfo lieforo'tho
eyes. The two were nt Ihe time vot
ing on the same side In the senate and
wero warm friends. To my own mind
the Incident threw a revealing light
ill ion the stupendous climigo that had
come over the country.
Such u scuno would scarcely k ikis
slbln In nuy other land on earth Tho
beauty of It was that the Incident
typified n thousand others which hnvo
oecul red In meetings between the bluo
nnd Ihe gray. Thorn is no preteuso In
thu reconciliation. Theso strong men
General Review of the
Four Years' Struggle'.
First of a Series pf
Articles Which From
Week to Week Will
'Tell the Story of the
Great Conflict In Cele
bration of the Semi
centennial of Events
as They Took Place
who offered tiielr lives In battling
against each other would now as
quickly faco death to support each
other. Indeed, they did 'as much In
tho Spanish "war1." The south was
even inoro eager to enlist than tho
north. Sincerely nnd wholo hctrtodly
the two sections nro reunited. This
fact nlono Is enough to lusplrn the
heart with supremo faith In democ
racy. Tho civil war began with the firing
on Tort Sumter April 12. lHOlj It prac
tically ended nt Appomattox April '0.
18G3, just four yeurs Inter lacking
three dajs. .More strangely still. Lin
coln on tho first (lay after ho entered
olllco wns faced by on Insistent cull
from Fort Sumter for the sending 'of
supplies, tho compliance -with which
brought on the war, And he died six
days after Leo surrendered. He wroto
tbo call for tho first 75.000 men tin
April 14 ami Issued It April 1.1. 1801.
He wns shot on April 14 and died
April 15. 1805.
Three Events That Fired the North.
Tho tljlng on Fort Sumter had the"
insuint enect or electrifying nnd hoiiipj
Ifylng the north and of causing Vir
ginia to secede. Dp to that I lino only
tho seven cotton states h.id gone out.
Virginia passed tho secession ordinance
on April 17, nnd Tennessee. Arknnbns
and North Cnrollnn followed In -iiny.
On April ill enmo tho Ilnltlmoro mas
sacre, practically tho first bloodshed of
the war. It wns tho nnnlvcrsary of
tho1 battle of Lexington, nnd, strangely
enough, tho troops Involvedweru from
Massachusetts. Several soldlcrswero
killed by tho mob, nnd niorti wcro
wounded. The troops after bclug at
tacked tired back nnd Inflicted moro
damage than they suffered.
Tho third event that stirred northern
excitement was thu assassluatlou of I
Colonel 13. I:lmcr lillswortu on amy
i. At' the head of his famous zouaves,
Ellsworth was ordered to Alexandria.
Va., whero ono of his first acta was,
to remove n Confederate nag rrom ino
roof of n hotel. Tho pioprletor shot
liliu nnd wns promptly killed In turn
hv one of Kllsvtortll'M suldlers.
Tho first battle of thu war in' which 1
organized troops Apposed each other
Svns that nt Die Hethel. n.. on Juno
10. Compared with Inter engagements
It wns n mere skirmish. Like tho first J
Hull Hun, which started eleven days
later, Illg Ilelliel wns n Union defeat.
Hull Hun awakened the nurtli toytho
reallr.ntlo.il tlujt the war was to bo no
ubiety day' affair. ' It was the only
considerable bailie fought lu 18)11. Tho
arrival. of Johnston's troops from tho
vlcliilly f IInrK.TH Ferry saved tuoi
'day for the Conreiierntes
Tho only other engagement of noto
In tho east 'during tho first year wns
that at Hall's llUifT, another Union
defeat, lu which Colonel lMwnrd D.
linker was killed
The Border Statej.
The sland of Ihe border statps was 4
derided Ibis ear. and the struggle over
them furnished altogether the most
Important part of thl- 1SH1 program. J
One week nfter the llaltlmoru mas
sitctc It seeiui'd n eeitalnly Unit Mary
land was lust lu the I'uloii. The ex
i lament sub-tided. Imwewr. Oenernl
Duller Ifti.k lullltilry ocLiipnlloti of tho
' r " '
iiiMys4iajfcii!ra nraaixn"!- i
ImmmmmmmmmSi P J Ya ,I
' I Wmw m'mm
General Wlnfield Scott, com- TT""""! jS- - j .Wit
mander of army at' outbreak A i , "Vfifn W 9$X&,i
of war, and General Robert ki2& kW& fl&TSfm
E. Lee, who declined offer to fvSgfmJSmf&
succeed General Seott at com- h SS0stKjrj9tn
mander of United 8tatea army. rtrffflfei8WiaJiM I
1 " F a I
city, nnd by vigorous measures from
Washington tho secession sympathiz
ers wvto defeated.
(Jencrnl Xntbnnlcl Lyon wns chiefly
Instruineutnl In holding Missouri for
tho Union. His first decisive act was
thu taking of Cnmp Jackson, in the
outskirts of St. Louis. Afterward he
led tho Unlort forces In several suc
cessful Inittles nnd finally lost his life
at Wllson'n Creek In August. Missouri
had nn tnfinenco In keeping Kentucky
West Virginia was naturally pro
Union In sentiment nnd separated
from (he Old dominion soon nfter
the ordinance of secession. Ocncral
(leorgo It. McClcllau won bis first
spurs In driving tho Confederates out
of the new stnti'.
One Other event of first class Im
portance In 1801 wns the Mason nnd
Slidell niTnlr, which wns distinctly hu
miliating to tho north for the reason
that It occasioned a seeming back
down on tho part of tho Union. From
I this distance t appears ono of tho
wisest nets Lincoln ever performed.
The Coming of Grant.
On Nov. 7 Ocncral Ulysses 8. Grant
won his first battle. Feb. C. 1802. ho
followed this up by tho enpturo of
Fort Henry and ten d.iys .later cloctrl-
fled tho north by his "unconditional
surrender" messngo to the commander
of Fort Donclson. Tho new year
opened with distinctly favorable re
sults for tho Union. General Thomas
and Colonel (inrlleld won successes In
Kentucky, tho Federal forces had a
victory nt Fen Itldgu on March 8; tho
little Monitor won .lis strange battle
with the Merrlniuc on March 0; drant
nnd lluell gained tho hard fought field
at Slilloh on April 7. Tho next day
Island No. 10 was taken, followed ono
day later by tho triumph at Fort Pu
laski nnd lu the cud of the month by
1'nrragut's brilliant enpturo of Now
In the cast McClellan won the two
battles of Williamsburg nnd Fnlr Oaks
in May, only to shift his bnsonud bring
on tho I mid lighting of thu Kuvcn Days
In thtr end of June. 'In August came
tho second disastrous defeat of thu
northern forces nt Hull Itun. but tho
gloom wns partially dispelled ono
month Inter by tho Union victory at
In its effects this wns onu of thu most
Important bnflles of the wnr. First, It
served notice on I.ce (tint ho could not
Invade thu north, und, second. It came
ns the 'favorable occasion awaited by
Lincoln to Hsuu tho cnnnclpatlon proc
lamation, From this time forward Ihe Union
succesies were morn ma iked, Harrlvg
thu hldftlng of veiicraH mid the de
feats at I'risleiicksbiilg and Chancel
loisfllle. the tide was now ilNltnetly
Willi the north III less then seieii
liiilitha after emancipation had been
priwlalilii'd the iiouble flctory at Oct
tysbuiK mid Vlilisburg on .Inly It and
4 wrvfd notice on the world that the
hope of the smith wns practically at
nn ciiil. There jet remained I ho bill
II. lilt ealiinilgu of Sherman nnd the
tinnier fought one uf (Irani, exiendlng
tuer mote than a .tear of time but
fjeinslitin: and Vl ksburg murkul the
ii 111:14 of ihe tide ugaliwt the ('unfed
In order that the Honolulu public
schools tuny lie placed on a par with
similar Institutions on tlm iiinlnhinil,
tho city and county supcilora find
Hut. by renson of tho big Increase In
the number of children, pinch nddltlnn
nl room Is demanded.
I'luilrnun Iiw of tho cnminlttco on
unH and menus has held many con
ferences with City nnd County Kn-
Klnur Oero In resanl to estimates for
tho rreetlon of additional sihoolrootus
mid nl'o the cost of placing the present
buildings In llrstclut repilr for tho
it has been found, nfter u summary
mnilo this mornlnt;. that It will rcqulro
Hcvnul thousand dollars to settle tho
In this connection It Is stated that
the Department of IMiicntlou b.is no
tilled the bonril that nil elToit will be
niiiilo to recure n sultnbla piece of laml
In front of I'.iuao school In order that
a larger school ground ma bo mado
Ko new aildltlons to ehool puiiilses
have been mado for the past two years.
ii the list of estimates pri pared by
the city unit county engineer, with tho
nsslstaucu of the chairman of tho ways
ami means loiumlttee, the city schools
slated for repair and repainting In
clude: McKlnley High School IM pupils;
minor ri'iulrs, with storeroom in base
Kiinliiininini !K1 pupils; general re
pairing nnd painting, $1100.
Wnlklkl D.I pupils; (tainting on out
side, J 100; gvurrnl repairing, Jl'o.
Wnllilpo '.'3 pupils; painting Innldo
mid outside, J 150.
.Minion mid Mollllll HO pupils; gen
eral rejialrs, $100.
.Mnnoa 35 pupils; new building nnd
noynl Hchool S93 pupils; painting
and desks. $350.
l'oliiikalun 391 pupils,
P.iuoa 101 pupils; painting. $2.10.
Central Grammar Os'J pupils; paint
ing and general repairing, $2500.
Kalulaiii 605 pupils; nW nwif, $3,
000, ono nddltlnnal room, blackboiirils
ami desks, two.
Kuuluurla 373 pupils; ono addition
al room, blackboards nnd' desks, JSOO.
.Mnenuie 1C3 pupils; ono ndilltloiuit
risini, lilnekbonrdH nnd desks, $S00.
Kallhl-wneiia 452 pupils; tun new
rooms v. Illi desks, painting, $2500;
scucr connections.) $1000. ,
Kallhl-iiku 10 pupils; gemral re-
inlrx nnd pHlntlngrJ'OO."-" ""
Moanaluj -42 pupils; lulnllng, etc
MA J. WINSLOW
Work on the fortification of thu
Panama canal began on Juno 111, ac
cording tn repurts from Washington,
I). C I .oca I people, civilian us woll
as In military elides uru Inlorcsted
In this bucnuso MaJ. 10. K. ,Wlnu!nw,
Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., Is tho
man who has gcnuial chargo of the
fortifying of tho big cut.
Chief Knglnecr (loethalB who is
digging the canal, Is In chargo of tlio
entlrn work, but MaJ. Wlnslow Is tho
inan-who U actually directing the do-
fensu plans. Prellmlnnry survoys for
thu sltea of hat lories hnvo already
been mado. Colonel (1001111118 expects
to haNo tho fortifications ready for
ufo nt the tlmo ho formally turns tho
canal over to the Government.
SHOW MAINE WRECK
News from llaviu.i says thu Malnu
pumping Is being carried ttr-aJlly on
revtallng llttlo by llttlu tho greut
hhapeless muss of the hattle.ship Malno
til all Its overwhelming enormity.
P.ciunauts of scenes showing how
terrible havoc must have reigned, urn
being laid bare, stripped of tho great
waltr inuntlu that has long shielded
from human eye the wounds of this
sphinx-like hulk which Is now, with
all Its dignity, slowly rising out of
Many things of Interest that liitvo
long been wondered nt are slowly coin
ing Into view. Thu officers' cpiartcTs
aro nhovd tlm watT level, ulso till"
nitrous portholes that afford the en
gineers the opportunity to see tho
Jumbled scramble of machinery tilled
over with mud ami furniture. As yet
but one door has been found oen
that which probably gnvu egress to
many of tho crew, saving them from
the terrlbln la to that uwulted nil tbosa
Juki forward of the midship house Is
found tho worst section of wreckage.
and It Is thought that nothing nft of
this Is disturbed,
The cofferdam Is holding nut well so
far. but some trouble may be expected
when the waterlliie gets low.
With freight and supplies for Ihe
Illg Island Including the lsiits of Vai
auhnii. Kuknlsii Ooknla, Paaullo nnd
liiilpnliiiehoe, Ihe liitci'-lsbud steam
tT llflfiin was illspatclicd at noon
loilay. Tlm vessel rati led m pas
At Knploliinl Park this morning tho
hojh of Fort lluger held their first
track meet since nrrhlng In Honolulu.
There were nine events on the pro-
gnim, mid the 105th Company took
four first places, while the 159th Com
pany annexed Ihe.
The iiillu relay, In which theru weru
eight men from eueli team lompctliig.
wns ono of the most exciting oents
of the day. Hach man ran 320 yards.
rhe i05th Coinpany won tho event aft
er a most exciting finish.
During tiro Hint four stakes the
IO.'jIIi Company held the lead by iilwiit
eight yards, but Woods caught his ; man J
Ill 1I1U llllllf (Mill IHV lUI'lll I1VI1I tllU
ailvantagc fur the ne.st iiuarter mile.
when llaggtrty camo forth In tho
seventh lap and gained fivu yards on
Ids man. Then Truer, who took the
last beat, won by about live yards. Tho
it Inning team received u prise of $8.
In the hundred yurds Truer won In
11 seconds, llo was Interrupted by n
dog dining the rncu mid so lost sev
eral i-cconiK on tho ccnt.
Hhoop of Compjuy 159 won tho high
Jump without tmif.li trouble, mid clear
ed only 5 ft. 2 In. llo could go higher
If It were necessary.
All the eents except the tug-of-war
nnd relay race bad $J for first prlxe
ami $1 for second.
The events wcro run oft as follows:
I'otnto rate Ilaggrrt, first; King,
second, llotb of 105th Company.
100 yards dash Truer (105tb), first;
Woods (l.VJIli), second. Time, 11 sec.
Hiliilpiueut race F. King, first; Corn
Whcelhnrrow race Turner (159th),
first; Hover (169th). hecond.
High Jump Shoop (159th), first;
Dnriielmer (159th), second. Height,
5 ft. 2 III
ltroad Jump Shoop (159th), first;
Turner (159th). second. Distance,
Hack race Harding (l.ljth), .first;
Forkensteln (159th), second.
Itel.iy race -Won by lolth Company.
Team: Murtk, Nlhlock, Uaggert, llag
crty, I.liuero and Otto.
(initials of meet Htnrter, Lieutenant
l'rlfe; Judges, Captain Wilbur, dip-
iiln JnhiiMui mill I.lciilcnunt Turner.
U It II
Tho Japanese university teams now
tiimpletlng their tour of tho States
have had all kinds of experiences In
conuettloii with tlm game.
1)11 June 17 the members of tho Wu-
scdn Unlvirslty bull team were pie
icntrd with ineil.ils and the team with
11 loving cup by the University of Chi
cago, which won thu final gumo of tho
sirles on that ditto 12-11.
Tho Chltago nine made fifteen hits
mid four errors, whllo tho Wasedn
team mado ten liltx ami seven errors.
Il.itli-rlcs Hrenila, llahlwln and
iT.ilid; Unnira, Matsiul.i ami Amngii"
The following ilny, Juno IK, at Be
little, tho Kelo nine won two games,
defeating the Knights of Columbus 14
to :t In the morning and a picked team
of local Japanese pl.ijcrs 5 to 0 In tlm
Kcore of two games:
n. 11. n
11 13 4
3 5 5
It. 11. H.
S 31 1
II 4 R
Knights of Columbus
Hatterlcs t-'iikinlu ami Goto
Mulloy and McDowell.
llatterles Ishlkn and Fnktida; Ohtn
liegl, Togo, Tnkanii nnd Hhlmad.
On June 20 tho Kelo University boys
bad i mix-up with the umpire and
gnf.fi tlm guiue uway. Tho gnmo wns
against Olympla, mid tho Kelo team
forfeited tho match to the Olympians,
9 to 0, when Ihe Nlpmncso left tio
field In the .sixth bncause tlm iimplrn
called n batter nut on n bunted third
strike. Governor Marlon K. liny, ius-
ticca of tho State Suireuin Court mid
othri high folate ottlcluls occupleil scuts
In- the stand.
On June 20 the Wnseilns were de
feated by tho Tellings of Cleveland,
an amateur team, by 5 to 3,
The Kelo team left for Kacramento
Monday and will play one game them
und later 11 few In Sun Francisco.
FROM PUUNENE NINE
Tho Pala Mill learn went to Puuncim'
Sunday and played the Puunepc Midland K. Cros were nlso there with the
teum The former won to the tune of
ltt-4. Foster Hublusou pitched good
gnmo for the P.iiifti, striking out no
less than IS men. He nlso made good
with the stick, making two lionui runs.
D Aicla also did well nt bat, making
1. threu-lingger nnd two two-hnso hits.
J J. Robinson held down first baiio In
LESS MONEY ,
TO RUN CITY
At Hie conclusion of scvirnl "prrliil
sessions, the cltj anil ciuinly Hoard
of HupiTlor Imve frnined up I lie ap
propriation bill to oer unmUipil ex
penses for the next six month
Unpen Isor l.o Intioiliirvd com
pleted appropriation sclii'.lule In thu
form of n leniliitlon nt Ibo iiioetlug
or tlic city falbcrs held last night.
The approprlatloii bill Itoinv with
the approirlatlous to covi r Ihe six
inonthireiiilliig December 31, urr:
Flxeil salaries $:i::,SIO
Assis!l.itrd Charities 000
Attorney, diputles and cmplojes 1,110
Attorney, expenses, elll mid
rrlinliiiil rssos :'r'
Attorney. supplloH "Ino
Amlltor, nlllce emplojes ....
tlulldlng Inspilor, iioll .
Itullillng Inspector, supplies .
,,, ()f niKPllt ,,,.,, .
City ploslclan, payroll
Clerk, olllce einplojes
Colli ctlon of garbage
Collecting road tuxes
Committees clerk, payroll ...
District courts, emploes ...
District courts, supplies
District magistrate, nx:imd .
1'roinotliiii Coiinnltteo ......... 1,51)0'
ICapli.l.inl IMrk 4,:nn!
Lenhl Home 750
HnglncrrliiK payroll ."l.txo
Knglnerrlng supplies mifl
Fish Inspectors, payroll 1,080
Hospital expenses ii.nnn
Janitors, pa) roll
Flrn stations, payroll
Fire stations, apparatus
Hawaiian tuinil, payroll
Hawaiian Kind, supplies
Police ami fire alarm, payroll..
Police and fire ulurni. supplies.
Police force, payroll
Police force, supplies 6.000
Pounds, pn roll 300
.Maintenance prisoners 4,200
Kleclrlc light system, payroll..
Klectrle tight system, supplies..
Ma.or, entertainment fund ....
Food Inspetters, payroll 1,500
Milk Inspector, payroll nnd
Municipal olllco rents 1.9A0
K.inltary Inspectors, payroll ,,,. .1,210
Supervisors, material and sup-
Treasurer, olllco cmployf-s 2.100
Trensurer, supplies , 300
Witness fors 900
Flro department, eitilpiiient ... 12,000
City mid county engineer, auto.. IT.O
Iteglstratlon exHuses !hio
Circuit courts, expense 600
I.bilior I'oiiiiiilsslou, expenses .. 3,750
Iliilbllng nnd plumbing Inspec
tor, auto 4110
Permanent pavements 21,000
Roid Tax Special Deposit.
District or Honolulu.. ;;,000 112.0(10
Dlitrlcl of Hun ami
Wnlanae 1,600 D.600
District of Wulnlii.i . . 360 2.100
District of Koolanloa.. 50 300
District of Kooluupoko 175 1,050
RED MEN WILL START
Thr Hawaiian Tribe, local order :
Hod Men, Is making every prepara
tion for tho itiiier rclohratlon uf at
least n tsirllou of tho Fourth of July
It bus been decbled'thnt patriotic ex
orcises win he Hold In tho opera
limine, fin tho morning of tho Fourth,
under the auspices or I Do Red Men
commencing at 10 o'clock. This foro-
iifsiu hour has been chosen so that
this part of tlm program will lu mi
vlso Interfere with tho rest uf thu
celebrations of tho day.
There will bo patriotic songs by tho
best singers of the city, and tliulo
will be a ropi osontntlon of thu States
by forty-six llttlo girls, who will also
entertain. The Hawaiian bund will
be lu attendance, nnd there will be
other features Hint will surely ropuy
all who earn to attend.
A most cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all l come, and not only
to HstO'i to tho cxcrclsos. but Join
in on tho songs nnd ntherwlso help
to "who,ip her up."
tj :: n it tt :: n :: :: t: 1: isannnii
great stle A. Robinson, F Niiues
1 stick. iucIi making three hits.
Tlm only tlmo tho Puuncnes scored
was In Hi" first IniJfig.
The lineup of the winning team was
ns follow,.. I'. Nunes. e : P ltnhlnsnn,
p ; J Itohliu-oii, lb.; A. Itobhisiui, 2I i
N Medchns, 3b I A, Cnpull.is, ss.; 11.
Nunc, If.i K. Cioss.rf.i.D. Arclu, cf,
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ERY nnd FILINQ 8YSTEMS, call or
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CHICKENS TURKEY8 GCE8E
TREED BY BLOODHOUNDS,
SKEPTIC IS CONVINCED
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 2. The ileal
of two bloodhounds owned by Jack
Shntklcloii, who returned recently
from Placer county, whero lie trailed
a gang of safc-cnickfrs Into the
mountains with his dogs, iilumM end
ed tragically for Chester Scruggs, tax
volleciur of Looiuls, when the Pounds
found his trull In thu woods aim kept
blm tnsd for mi hour In a tall pine.
With Ills bloodhounds, Trlxy mid Pet,
Shackle ton pad stopped tit Auburn,
when Scruggs oxpreuied hkeptlciiin
over tho nblllty of Hit; dogs to trull'
11 man for moro than half mi hour.
Scroggs was granted mi' hour's start
of tho teiyn nnd took iv devious trull
tin ougli7 the brush in order tn mislead
tho dogs At thu end of nil hour thu
dugs weie unleashed und sped utter
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7i.'.ftn, ,1 ,,, .tiuintVK'M 4,IIUVIIK .
,wicr 11 sunn nine on mo iruu, diir- -
lug which they had left Slutcklctonifur
behind, tlm thus winded Scruggs und
Sliackleton, exerting himself to tlm ut
most In response to erica, found the
unfortunate tax collector perched 30
feet above Ihq ground with tho hounds
leaping up ut him.
Scruggs asked for n 24 -hour stnrt on
the dos on tlm return trip to Auburn.
Lumber fur Lew-crs ami Cooko has
left the Sound In tho schooner ltobcit
lowers according to a cable received
flout Pint Townscnd, Tho vubc sail
ed yesterday Mi destination ns Ho
nolulu. Hiilne of the windjammers
comliig fiuni tho Sound hnvo been
citMitiM with sii)nrt imssnges of lain.
Weekly Unlletln $1 p jtr.
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