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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 22. 1911.
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JIB. WITTKK mid Mrs. Good- j
liiK of Herkoloy, California,!
mo clmpuoulng thoWllsses I
Kllzubelli Witter, 1-ella Jlc
Klbben, Helen llannan, l.e
nora Sulzlg, Xlnigaiet Wit
tier, Kdlth Harmon, Anltn Kbner,
Iloberta Unslott, Marjorlo Gardener,
Anlla Crellln. Marian Mitchell and
.1IIIIM V.iUlllll, .'lllliuii ...m.ii.ii ......
Margaret llaseltlue, who are college
Kills and belong to the Kappa Kappa
tlamum Sorority. There have nevor
been such u imerlo of attractive and
pretty girls that liae visited nt one I
time In Honolulu, and It Is needless
Hinte ih.it they hnu been In a
whirl of imletv ever since their ar- !
rlml on Juno 18th in the Island.
There have been teas, luncheons,
launch and eaucelng parties, dinners,
and In fact ever dl entitled form of
entertainment given In rthelr honor.
Miss Anna Tucker Is a Kappa Kappa
Gumma girl and Mrs, Richard lcrs
Is also u member of that sorority.
Miss Tucker entortnlmd nt tea In
their honor. Mrs, Ivers nt luncheon.
Mrs. James Wilder ga a house
party on Tantalus for them, Mrs. Nel
son linker Ionising has entertained In
formally ut dinners nnd luncheons In
their honor. Miss Ucraldlno Neu
mann Is nlso a Kappa (lamina nnd
has entertained them on a number of
occasions, Tho young bachelors of
Honolulu have not been dilatory In
showing them attention and planning
roclal functions In their honor. Tho
fraternity to which these young girls
belong Is supposed to bo nno of the
largest and most exclusive girls' frit
sororities In the United States. Thcro
are thhty chapters In Mil ions col
leges. Tho sorority was establish
ed In 1870 at Jloiunioulli College, In
established In California In IbSd and
established la California!! In 1SS0 and
re-established 111 IS!) I. Tho inltatlons,
when new members are admitted to
" . . I
llm soiiirlty. occur twice a year and
,..-., ..,...,.. o.w.l.,1 l-m.nllni.u Tim,, ,.i-.. .
either preceded or followed by 'Among tlm,e who pnrt,,k of .leuten-
banquet. The pkusuro trip In j,,,'""'""'! Mrs 'Inrm-rs hospitality were
wall Nel Is drawing to a close for ,lJor "ml M- Neville Captain and
tho party have planned to Kail for!."; Ar,l."",r ,"",al," "" !",
V. ii, i .... . . i rri . Ifton Carter, Captain and Mrs. W I-
California on August second. Thcyi, ,, ,, ,,.,., ,, . , ,
. .. . , , ., ., ,,,,,, bur, Mrs. Mary Idd llleld, Capta Iniuiil
am at the beautiful Seasldo Hotel, tho ... ' . .
management of which Is giving an
Invitational dance in their honor this
Ihinro at Seiiflile Hotel.
The Bcaside Hotel will In the rcene
of ' much gaiety this evening at a
dancing party that Is to be given In
honor of Mrs. Witter and Mrs. (lood-
Ing and the Kappa Kappa (lamina I
"glrla that they are ehapeionlng. This, Mrs. William C. Wilder and Mra. Harry
Is a strlct'y Imllntlonnl affair and Jwilder's Luncheon,
will be one of tho bocleiy events of , Am1(; , ni((St ,, nl, ,,,.
the season. A Hawaiian quintette flll vu ,H lC soc, cnen(Iar was
club will furnish the music and tho'lho unc,u.oll BVe ,. Mr8. wmiam
hotel will bo beautifully decorated
3lls Daphne Damon's Luncheon.
Miss Daphne Damon has Issued In
vitations for a luncheon that will bo
given Friday afternoon. This is in
tho nature of a farewell, as Miss Da
mon leavos on August nth for Cali
fornia to continue her studies at
Mr. and Mrs. Klebshn'j Dinner.
Mr, and M a. Ki-derlck Klclnhu
enierlaluod ut d''ior Monday, In
honor of Mr. and .Vr?. Jade IVjwsett
and Mr. it ml Mrs, Aletnnder J. Cimp
boll. Tho l.vgo hr.cl wns attractive
ly decorated with paitiu and hinging
bankets of mulden hair ferni. I'lnk
tiger llllles formed tho tablo decora
tion. Among tho guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Camp'jell, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Dawaett. Mr. and Mrs. C.
Ilollnwuy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank lllch
ardscn, Miss Cordle Walker, Miss
Agnes Walker, Miss Helen Alexander,
.. ... ......a. m.
!?!!V m ,rK n,r5Il,,l,,.IMl- "r80,M r
Will Mclnerny. Mr. .1. Walker, Mr.
-Harry Whitney, Mr.
- , . m
Prntilae Pi,rcp nf Allh-lmln-i XAJVHu.
Tho following nni.ouncemeiit has!,,rn,H "f ,hlf f"' ,mvo cvlnc0l,1 .,1,elr
Mr. Charles Allen Diew
Mrs. Ilnzsl Keener
announce their marringo
on Wednesday, tho twenty-eighth of
June, ono thniMand nine
hundroil and cloeu
Mr. and Mra. Halitead's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halstead en
tertained Infotmally at dinner Mon
day evening, In honor of Mr, Mac-
, fnrlano of Hawaii. AMor dinner the l,,lri"o violets. Mrs. w. c. wilder, Mrs.
host, hoBtess and their guestB play- I-nniberson. Mrs. Harry Wilder and
ed "bridge," iMIss I-nmberon received their numer-
' lotis callers In this room. In tho library'
' Mr. Frano Armstrong's Launch Party.'MIss I.lshmnn nnd Miss Ashford served
1 1 Mr. Frank Armstiong was host a,t cofTee nnd punch. Among the friends
"tm- enjoyable launch rldn that wns who called during the ufternoon wero
&'(' given In honor of the "Knppa Kappa
flamma" girls who nro visiting In Ho-
nolulil, A trip was taken through,
the lockR of Pearl Harbor. About,
Hlxteeu young pcoplo wero present.
A pretty und Interesting romance
Hint commenced In Honolulu less.f'ooke, Mrs,
than n month ago, will culminate In
niarrlngo on Thursday evening of this
week, when Miss Clnunn will wed Mr.
V, I,, Stevenson of this city. Tho
brldo-to-bo Is n very pretty girl, tall
und willowy, with brown hair and
large blown oyes. Bh'.i Is a resident
of New South Wales hzr people be-
Ins wealthy sheep ranchers. .Mlsw
Clunnn nrrhed I.. Honolulu the liven-
ty-wcoiiil of Jnnu on the Mnnirn. ..n
rnlitn .,., trl nw.iin.l llw, u,.,l.l
Mr V. I Stevenson Is a nntlvo of
Queensland, hU sister, who Is an In
tlmntc friend of Miss O'lou.iu, had nak
ed him to meet her nl th steamer
nd as sho had plnmicd to sojaurn
in Honolulu for sov ral weeks, Mr.
Stevenson had been requested to help
"ako her stay a ploa.int one. Tim
significance Is Hint "Httlj Djii Cupid"
musi " nicjmpniiini uio piospcci-
'"K ""J " expecting emple. for It was
"lovu "l I''1" lKht." The wedding
mi.. .. .... .-.!. ...Ill I . ..,-.
i inutility I'teiiiiiKi win ne a ipuci one
nnd will bo performed by Father Val
entin at tho picturesque Human Ca
tholic chapel at Wntlilkl. .Mrs. Mc
Donald will act as mntron o( honor,
nnd Mr. W. It. Klusica will bo the
best num. The honeymoon will pro
bably bo spent at the l.orrln Thurs
ton's beautiful honiu mi Mt. Tantalus.
Mr. Stevenson Is a rlmg jnung news
paper man, and dm Inn his seven yearn
lesldcnre In the Islands he lias made,
busts of meads, who wish him much
Lieutenant and Mrs. Turner's
l.h. utcnatit and Mr. Turner of Port
linger entertained at four tallies of
"bridge" last evening. The setting for
till delightful affair was nt the Hotel
Colonial. A hutftt supper was served
shortly hefore 11 o'clock. On this oc
casion Mrs. llyron K. llalnl uf Hlln
was the complimented guest. The
guests weru Invited fur half after
eight, and an unusually pleasant even
tin? was fpent. The prizes were ex
quisite and were won hy Mrs. Chap
man and Mrs. llalnl. The former ma
tron was awarded a handsome cni
hrnldeieil tula cushion. Mrs, ll.ilrd
was prtHcutid with u guest prize, a
' '""1" "' i'MIIKPKei I.miliil II! irailin .
...I.... M.ll II, 1 1 I.. I II.....
.!, llltl'lllilll, .111. l,ill ,X. illlllu,
,l.leuteunut' McCUery and Lieutenant
Among the passengers nrrlvlng on
the Bllurl.l Monday will lio Mrs. I'aga
ilorrls, wife of I-Vdcrul Judge l'nge
Morris of Dululli, Minn. Mrs. Morris
will visit her daughter, Mrs. Ilnhhlas
H. Anderson, for seeral months,
Wilder mill Mrs. Harry Wilder In honor
of the hitter's mother, Mrs. Oeorgo
Harrison Iiinhersnn of Portland, Ore.
The past week has been gay with so
cial festivities hut none of them could
surpass the function given Wednesday
at tho Wilder' beautiful homo on Ten-
sncola street, A profusion of red roses
ornamented tho table. The flowers
were placed In a largo cut-glass howl
In tho center of tho artistically ar
ranged table. Strands of smllax were
festooned In n conventional design over
i the! enowy cloth, which was almost
hidden by cut roses nnd sprays of
mldenhalr fern. Corsage bouquets of wthoul lmltl. ml,i,01. , finest In tho
red roses were the luncheon favors. -ferrnor..
Tl-.oso Invited to meet tho guest of. Alnonw' tl)01,0 pi0,ent WPro Mr. nmi
honor were Mrs. AValter Cowles, Mrs. L, Jom M1s MnrKnrt,t Scott
Montgomery Macomb. Mrs. I)enJamln'Mr ,, JIrs Avn ScoU Mr nnd MrHf
I. Dlllngham, Mrs. nillcott. wife of ,r n(c Mr ,, MrH? MeUBOr Mr, nm,
Captain Klllcott of the United States . oliert j,nrre8t MlM VonrxU ,
Navy; Mrs. Severance of Illlo. Hnwall! -,., -,,,. Mp ,,. Castendyk.
airs. rran uaiMen.i. .miss .Margaret
iiiiunau mm aith. i. v. AHniorii. ine
. ,' .'- iiiv iiiui'tiH .in umrni uin, iiiwn.
'imminent families of the Islands, nnd
' .. ,.. .. ' .
WUiIith are nmonff tho ulileHt oml inont
iiik ii eititn iiic iv,iuiii a (ii.-i in vtiu
.,. ..... ... , .. ,,,,. ,,
Miss Ijimherron hnvo made to pictur
esque Honolulu, and the lending resl-
pleasure and Interest In the visitors,
for so many friends called nt the Wil
der home between the calling hours of
4 and C, Wednesday, that n passerby
would gain the Impression that a re
ception vuib In progress. This wns not
the case, however, for no Invitations
were Issued, except a few telcphono
messages thnt had been sent to friends,
thnt th llesdames Wilder would not
discontinue their "nt home" day, as Is
tho custom In Honolulu, during tho
summer months. Tho drawing-room
'"" '"? "'cornteu in wlilto lines nnu
Mrs Neville, Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx, Miss
Jcsslo Kennedy, Mrs. T. J. King. Mrs.
button, Mrs. Wilder, Mrs. Wllllnm
Whitney, Mrs, Tuttle. Miss Zlegler,
Mrs. Oeorge Sherman, Miss Ijiurn Nott,
Mrs. lloy rrances Hmlth, Miss Kilto
man, Mrs. I.'HnmmedlPii, Mrs. Oeorgo
I Annus, jwrs. unrry iirny, nss u.
t'ooue, Mrs. Thomas v. King, Miss
Ashford, Mrs. McWoyne and others.
MrB. llyron K. Ilalrd and two chil
dren nrrlved Sunday on tho Bteamer
Wllhelmlna, to visit Captain nnd Mrs.
Wilbur nt Fort linger, Mrs. Ilalrd is
very popular both In Illlo and Hono-
lulu. On uccouhl of the Htrcimuutt
ocean voyago Mrs. Unlnl docs not
muko the trip ery often, but (lur
ing her visits In tills city licr
old friends nlunys display an
eagerness to entertain her, and
hIio Is deluged with 'invitations, The
tliire Widdllletd sisters, Miss Adclc,
now Mrs. Howell, wife of Captain
Howell, V S. A., Mrs. Byron K.
I"1'!r" ""J1. "'"? H?,1?!!" ww"w "
""" "' -i"'"" "' " tun "u-
Ber, w,'lc Without dotlbt tllu IllOSt
popular girls In Honolulu. Their
beautiful home on Itarslngcr street .
was tho center for social acllUtlcs,
for Mrs. Mary Wlddiellcld was as
popular as her daughters. It Is to
bo regretted that .Mrs. Wilbur Is not
as devoted to society as In hor girl
hood days, but her three charming
children claim n great deal of her
Mri. Tuttle's Bridge Party.
Hatiirday nfteruoon Mrs. Tuttle, wlfo
of Dr Tuttlo of l'ort lie Hussy, en-
tertulni-d at bridge In honor of Miss
Zlegler, who Is vUltlng liir. The prizes
were cake plates In Canton wnre. The
successful hrldgers were Mrs. A. T.
lliihlwln, Mrs. Clark, Mrs, Arthur
Marlx nnd Miss Kutemnn. During the
playing a delicious fruit punch was
served. At bnlf-past four dainty nndi
templing refreshments were served.
Among those present were Mrs. Tuttle,
Miss Zlegler, .Mrs. Hnilth. Mrs. Arthur
Marlx, .Mrs. A. T Dubinin, Mrs. Hoy
Frances .Smith, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs.
Johnvon, Mrs. Ward. Mrs, Woolen, Mrs.
Wallace, Mrs. Watklns, Miss Kutcm.in,
Mrs Clark nnd others.
Mrs, A. V.. Druno Is lsltlng her
sister, Mrs. William Lnnz, at Kala
wal. Mrs. Druue will visit during the
noiith of August with tho Christian
Conrndes, where her children are
spending a portion of tho summer
months on Molokal.
Mrs. Merlo Johnson was laden with
flowers when she sailed for Califor
nia on tho sleamer Wllhclmliia to
visit 'her mother In California.
Today tho James Doughertys are
moving Into their beautiful now hun
galow In Munoa Valley.
Mr. Mucfarlano of Hawaii has
been In Honolulu on a business trip.
(HimcI'iI It ii 11 et I n CiitrcsiioiHlcnec.)
Hilo Dance Enjoyable.
1I1I.O, July 18. The dance nnd re
ception given at the Masonic Hall last
Friday by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kennedy,
In honor of Miss Mnrguerlte Vestal,
Mr.i. Kennedy's vlslt-r, was one of tho
pleasnntcnt and prettiest affairs seen
In this city for months. Over two hun
dred couples were present and enjoyed
tlieinwihea In every way, as was shown
by the fact that at the hour of half-
past two there wero still thirty couples
dancing on the lloor.
The grand inarch was led by Mr. and
Mrs. Kuinedy, Mr. !'. W. Kueliurn nnd
MNa Vestal, .Mr. W. T. Daldlng and
Mrs. Hiimuel Johnson, anil was under
the direction of. Colonel Johnson,
through whoe directions a number of
iretty nnd intricate figures were per
formed. Tho evening ended with tho
singing of "Auld I.nng Syne," led by
Mr. Kennedy. The ball was lieautlful
ly decorated, tho simplicity of tho de
sign being In the most perfect taste.
Wreaths of malle over all tho windows
nnd doors gave Just the needed effect
to relievo any suggestion of bareness
on the walls, while the footlights on
the stage were tilled w Itb Shasta daisies
nnd ferns, forming n dainty foreground.
behind which were the m'jslclans. Tho
looi wns perfect for dancing, nnd Is
Mr .,,, ,. VMvn Mr A1(, Mr Mr
Kay, .Mr, nnd Mrs. John Itoss, Mr. Geo.
Williams, Miss Amy Williams, Mr. nnd
Mrj. II. W. Kinney, Mr. Oeorgo Rich-J
unison, Mr. nnd Mrs. Colin McLennan, I
Mr. Wm. fleers. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8.'
Wise, Mr. W. M. Durnctt. Mrs. Louis I
Hnpnl, Rev. Stephen Dexlia, Mr. i
Drangn, Mr. Btephen Desha, Mr. Oeorgo
Desha, Miss Desha, Miss Drahms, Miss
Porter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ourney, Mr. nnd
PEARLS FOUND IN CLAMS
La Crosse Man Reaps Small
Fortune From Mississippi
I,A f'ltOSSi:, July 9. A pearl valued
at 7C0 was picked out' of a clam shell
In tho Mississippi nlver by William
V. P.tissell, Tho pearl Is a hugo button i
piece, volg1ilng forty-soven grnlns,
with a beautiful rose luster. It Is pos-j
slbly the lurgctt nnd most valuable
found In thli vicinity this season. Rus
sell has found two other pearls this
season, one weighing nine nnd the nth-j
er seven grains.
Representative Norrls, tho Kansas
Insurgent, charges that Secretary to
the President llllles Is the head of a
nows bureau nnd Is trying Jo bcllttlo
Lh Folletto sentiment.
Dr. Schurmann, """C, I
I7S DERETANIA AVE., corner Union St. PHONE 1733
EUCALYPTUS TO PLAY LARGE
PART IN FUTURE LUMBERING
INDUSTRY OF THE TERRITORY
Tho Hoard of Agriculture and For
entry linn ptepared an exceptionally
Interesting pamphlet la connection
with tho culture of the eucalyptus
tree In Hawaii. It has been brought
out In co-operation with the Forest
Service of the United States Depart
tnent of Agriculture, but tho work on
Hawaii has mostly been dotio by tho
well-known uuthoilty here, Hnlph S.
Ilosmer, Btiporlntendent of forestry.
It Is to bo officially known as Hullo
tln No. 1 of tho Division of Forestry,
and Is expected from tho press about
.Monday or Tuesday of noxt week,
when free copies will be available
for tho public on application to tho
It has been gotten out In good style,
with Illustrations, n full list of the
contents nnd an appendix. Among tho
many numerous Interesting Items of
tho llttto book will be found tho fol
lowing; Just following the appendix nn ex
ceptionally lino tabic has been intro
duced, giving a summary of tho usei
of eucalyptus In Australia. It la on a
of the most Useful things In tho whole
Culture in Hiiuntl,
The study of tho eucalyptus In tho
Hawaiian lslaudst the lesults of which
are now presentod, was made in co
operation between the Forest Scrvlco
of tho United Stntcs Department of
Agriculture nnd tbo Territorial Hoard
of Commissioners of Agriculture and
Forestry, nt tho request of tho super
intendent of forestry.
"The field work oxtemled over n
period of four months (December,
1909-March, 1910), during which time
practically nil tho Important groves
of eucalyptus on tho Islands of Ha
waii, Maui, Oahu and Kauai wero vis
ited nnd examined. Complete meas
urements wero tnado on 500 felled
trees for the purposo of constructing
nlume tables Vhcrever the groves
wero old enough sample pin's wero
HAWAII IS FINE
W. I-3.'Vlnc!e5it,lfadrtfylu! County
Press Association of . AnslfulUilatul
one or tho prominent llgtiVes' InfAiiU-
podean Joiirnallfiiij vasn. visitor ln(
Honolulu yctteriiajvi lia was return-
ing on line .Makiiralo his, Home after
iiiiu aiiiKiiiit'iu ins, inline aiu-r
n trip abroad that, occupied u year and
n half. j
"I wish I lived. liero," ho exclaimed1
euiiiiisiasiicaiiy. stopping in mo mmsij
ui uu iiuio lour t,i mo cay in cum-i
pany with II. P. Wood to descant on
tho beauties of tho Island scenery.
"If I did not have bo many Interests
In Australia, I might mako Hawaii
my home, for the place Is certainly
beautiful and attractive."
Mr. Vincent, who handles tho news
for 300 papers through his associa
tion says bo will glvo Hawaii a boom
every chance ho geti.
This wonderful new pro
cess recently established in
our milk depot on Sheridan
street absolutely insurea
the purity of every drop of
milk we sell, without af
fecting the flavor or qual
ity. Phyticlana and baeterl
ologitts everywhere pro
nounce this the one perfect
method of purifying milk.
Call and tee the purify
Ing apparatus In operation
established, which should serve as a
basis for studying future growth
"Tho object of this report Is to
bring together and correlate tho In
formation obtained In regard to euca
lyptus on the various Islands nnd to
outline a Bystcm of forest manage'
' meit for planted groves. Since most
uf the systematic trcc-plnntlng on
tlieso islands has been dono only dur
ing tho Inst decade, and few stands
ure now moro than live or six years
old, not enough data nro avallublo at
present to forecast with any degreo
of certainty tho exnet financial re-
( turns that may bo expected, but tho
Information obtained Indicates very
clearly that n number of species of
the eucalyptus can be grown at a
good profit In many places on tho Ha
Xecd of Local Timber Supply .
"Tho Territory of Hawaii, with Its
cxtonslvo sugar plantations, camps,
flumes, tunnels and Irrigation ditches,
uses largo quantities of tlinbor nnd
lumber. No complete statistics on
this I object are nvallablo, but the fol
lowing figures may be considered us
quite conservative. There wero dur
ing tho last three or four years used
annually In Hawaii over forty mil
lion board feet of sawed lumber and
timber, "u.OOO cords of firewood,
20,000 to 25,000 railroad tics. i&.QOO,-
000 shingles nnd 40,000 to 50,000 fence
ppstn. This annual consumption of
wood represents a value to the con
sumer of at least J 1, 500,000. With
tho moro Intcnslvo development of tho
plantations, the Increase In popula
tion tho development of Irrigation
systems, homesteads nnd small farm
ing, ami the further extension of
roads and power lines, tho consump
tion of lumber will constantly In
crease. Tho problem of llndlng an
adequate source of supply of wood
becomes, therefore, of paramount Im
portance to tho future growth of the
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Duremus Kcmlclor, Minister; Anion
A. Kborsoto, Assistant Minister.
Services July 23 as follows:
Illlilo School nt 9:r0 a. m. William
A. Howen, Superlntemdciit. Classes
ror'nll ages. Ulblo cmbs for men nnd
women led hy President (lllmorc.
M-"-,liii, Woi'vhlii l 11 nVlnpk Hev
Frnnlr ft. Sendder will nreneh. Tnnle
Christian Endeavor Meeting at 0:30
eimnng worship nt 111 ociocic,
Hcv. Frank S. SclidrVr will preach:
Subject; "No Small Tempest"
Miss Collals and Mrs. Weight will
sing at morning und evening cervices,
James Traaund rescued two com
panions from drowning In New York
harbor, but lost his own life.
A Natural Sparkling
$ 1 0.00
Promotion Committee Consid
ers Plan For Getting
Secretary 11. 1. Wood of tho Ha
waii Promotion Comtntltco proposed
lo the committer yesterday that news
papermen from l.oi Angeles, Sail
Francisco, l'ortlnnd, Srnttlo and Spo
kntie bo Invited to Hawaii for tho
next floral parade. Ah a publicity
feature, ho believes It cannot bo
Under tlieso plain tho Promotion
Commltteo would pay tho expanses
of tho visiting newspapermen for two
weeks In Hnwall, giving them a trip
to the Volcano qnd excursions to other
tourist spots. No decision was reach
ed, but tho nintter will bo given con
sideration. It wns reported to Uio committee
that Lacy Goodrich, n ccnlly appoint
ed Oriental representative of the
flould lines, has promised to do all he
can to help tourist trifflc this way.
Secretary Wood reported that n
booklet will soon bo Issued contain
ing extracts from Jack Umilim's "The
Cruise of Uio Snark," tho committee
having secured tho necessary permis
sion to publish' such portions us It
Monarchist ., Agitators Incite
Fight in Streets of
I.ISIION, Portugal, July B. Tho
monnrchlstlc party's activity against
President Hrnga and his regime seems
to have como to a crisis. Disorder In
Lisbon nnd Oporto lias become wide
spread anil very threatening. The
(liivernnient lias ordered troops to the
Kpnnlsh frontier,, where troublo Is mo
mentarily expected. The Hpaulsh peo
ple am opposed to the llraga tlovern
ment. Dx-KIng Minimi's filends nro
supplying tho enemies of Ilragn with
Plot la Diicovered.
TUV (.Simiii) July C. It wns lenriipd
hero today that the Portuguese Gov
ernment has dispatched severul thou
sand tioops to the northern frontier.
following the discovery of a plot thero
to restore tho monarchy. Tho conspir
acy Is said to have originated among
certain ottlcers of the Portuguese army
at Valentin Domluho, Just across ho
bonier from Tuy.
I numw i.,i r. lilu,nil.Aa .,.
..i...i i... .. i .i., .,.. ..,..,.,.. i,i.,,.
from Lisbon say a great tight has taken
vnc between tho populace and tho
seamen The latter. Incited by nion
i.re i nt ne tutors, ntteniiiteil to rn ho m
rmed revolt. Ilevolvcri, nnd knives
were used with deadly efTect.
I Tho Oovernment called out till"
troops. Iioth cavalry and Infantry, nnd.l
nfter severe lighting, manager to quell
tho revolt and restoro order.
A stnte of panic prevnlls, according
to dispatches, and precautions are be-
per case of 1
A new style in
"Crossett Shoes for
We ar allowing soma
nlee ones In PATENT
COLT DUTTON BOOTS)
.laoa GUN-METAL CALF
which la an extremely pop
ular ahoa among t h
Thesa ara built with a
high arch, high heel and
Style, comfort and qual
ity. The beet for the least
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
Ing taken by the authorities to sup
press any further revolutionary inovu
niint. The fiovcriimt-nt Is Informed
I that the leader of the monarchists has
recently received n remittance of Hlo,
000 from llrnill.
"l.toutonnntv Karl von Motz Meyer,
who says he was an olllcer of tho
army In Norway and dressed as u so
ciety exquisite, was held In $i,000 ball
for burglary in Drooklyn.
Despatches to K. 0. Dun Co. (dale
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t a a
Attorney Generul Wlckershnm. In
addressing tho Michigan Stnto liar
Association, declared tho tobacco and
Standard Oil decisions prove tho
Sherman law an effective weapon
against the trusts.
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