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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1513
Conmil of State Makes
A Final Statement
to bo taken in this matter and also that
Following is the resolution passed at,ihL!r7..i?uci,,..?,fJ.ta.t?
the Council of 8Uto this afternoon
dealing with the Court of Claims:
Honolulu, April 20, 1900.
Whereas tho records of the Council
of State show that on January 22d, 1900
President Dole announced to tho Coun-
ctl of State: that he would ask Prcst
dent McKlnlcy to approve of tho ap
pointment of a Court of Claims In con
nection with the Are of January 20th,
1900,' and that such Court should con
sist mostly of business men, and
Whereas, on April 2d,'i00, such a
Court of Claims was appointed by the
Exccutlvo of tho Government, which
Court had flvo members, nil of whom
were lawyers, and who wero to conduct
itho proceedings of tho Court under tho
following rules, thereby making suoh
a Court a Court to consider primarily
tho legality of claims rather than their
juatico and merit:
Hero Mr. Dole's executive order Is
slvcn In full.
Whereas tho act Introduced and re
commended by the Exccutlvo. appro
priating funds for tho carrying on oi
said uourt, was laid on the table by a
unanimous vote of tho Council of
' Stato, which action met with unqualifi
ed endorsement of tho citizens and
icsldcnts of tho Republic of Hawaii;
Whereas on April 11th tho Council of
State adopted tho followlngrcsolutlon,
after tho whole of tho correspondence,
botween tho Exccutlvo of Hawaii nnd
President McKlnlcy, referring to this
matter, had been laid before It:
Hero tho Dolto resolution asking for
n now court Is quoted.
Whereas tho Exccutlvo Council re
ported on this resolution on April 8th,
Tho Executive's reply to Mr. Bolto'a
resolution Is quoted In full.
Whereas It appears from tho above,
s well as from tho correspondence
with President McKlnlcy nnd from tho
long tlmo elapsed between tho receipt
of tho authorization from President
McKlnley and tho appointment of tho
Court, that tho Exccutlvo has changed
Its mind and is now trying to evado tho
responsibility nssumed by It on Janu
ary 22d, 1900, therefore bo It
Resolved by tho Council of State:
First. That the Interpretation by the
Exccutlvo Council of tho words "Just
claims." by the statement that "an
authoritative recognition of a claim ns
Just must be In accordance with the
Hawaiian law," would be a correct In
terpretation If tho words had been "le
gal claims," but as tho words used
by tho Council of State In the resolu
tion of April 11th nro "Just claims,"
thcro Is no such ambiguity of meaning
as tho Executive Council has tried to
force upon theso words. The Inter
pretation of tho Council of State of
the words "Just claims" Is: claims
which are "true, accurate and caul-
tablc." This Interpretation means that
every claim should bo considered on I
Us merits and no claim thrown out on,
QtrfMfw Intrnl m Initintinl n..n.1 1 ,
""VHJ lr,.M VI H.VUUHUI hlUUUUI. 1U1-
lowing out tho principle thnt all prop-
erty destroyed by the Goverumunt for
tho public good should be paid' for by stole over S300 from hi, pockets and I of the people, as It would bo a "sort of
tho Government.. This principle has netalned him, handcuffed nnd chained nursing bottle" to the Industries lnter
becn followed out by other govorn- . to a bed, without food or drmk for two cstcd. Ho deemed It a desirable ex
raents ns well as tho Hawaiian Govern- aaya whllo they tried to Intimidate hlra I pcrlment In Government ownership
mem in similar cases, viz.: Payments
during the last twclvo months by tho
Governments of Hongkong nnd Cairo
of all damage done in tho suppression
of tho bubonic plague, and payment
threo years ago by the Hawaiian Gov-
ernment of all damage dono by tho ac-
tlon of the Board of Health In the sup
prcssion of the epidemic of cholera.
Second. That, as tho Exccutlvo
states, mat no reasons nro set forth by
tho Council of Stato why the present
commissioners of tho Court of Claims
should bo dismissed and a new Court
bo appointed, nnd ns tho Kxecutlvo
give as reason for thc nialntntrilng u(
tho present Court of Claims, consisting
of flvo lawyers, that tho prartlco and
precedence of all Hawaiian Courts
must be upheld; that It is the sense of
the Council of State that tho cry rca-
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buu iiiui uiu iiruciicu unu pri-ceiicm OI
an Hawaiian courts must be upheld is
iue reason way 1110 uourt. OI utauns
should consist of business men, ns It
Is the understanding of the Council of
Stato that all questions of fuct are do
elded In tho Hawaiian Courts by Jur
ies composed of business men, und le
gal and technical questions mo left to
tho Judfte. who presides.
Third. That the Council of State
considers that all powers lolutlvo to
tho Court of Claims as well hh to ap-
proprlatlons for settlements of awards ' Kerr & Co. 'a store has been crowded
mado by such Court, emanate- frora 'nil day today. Oreat bargains were ob
Prcsldent McKiulcy to tho Kxecutlvo tnlned and all wore happy.
Council ns well as to tho Council of
Stato and that It Is therefore not ne-
fcesary for either
cr tho-Exccutlve Coun-
ell or tho Council of State U extend
tho law, even If they had such dUcre- I
tlon'. It la thoreforo not neeeHsa'ry to
entail further hardship upon the largo
number of sufferers, who have lost
their all, by waiting for legislative au
Fourth. That, as the Executive Coun-,
ell refuses to accept tho advice of tho
Council of Stato and docb not hoed
renolutlons to the same effect pnsBod by
tho Honolulu Chttmbor of Commorco
nnd by mass meetings of the sufferers,
tbnf, therefore, In order to lellovo tho j
present unfortunate situation as soon '
as possible, the Council of State re
spectfully requests that President Mc
Klnlcy advise the Executive Council
of Hawaii as to what further stcDs arc
forward copies of theso resolutions to
President McKlnlcy and to the Execu
tive Council of Hawaii.
P. C. JONES, .
J. A. KENNEDY.
PAUL. R. I8ENDERO.
J. L. KAULUKOU,
A. V. DEAR,
8. K. KA-NE.
M. A. G0NSALVE8,
W. P. ALLEN,
W. C. ACHI,
M. P. RODINSON.
Honolulu, April 23d, 1900.
At 3:4C the Council adjourned with
DEATH IF JAS. CAMPBELL
James Campbell, tho aged capitalist,
died nt his Emma street residence on
Saturday evening. Ho was n natlvo of
Londonderry, Ireland, nnd 74 years of
-ir. Campbell had an eventful career.
Ho arrived at Lahalna as carpenter on
a whaleshlp In 1S32, and settled down
tucre. Six or soven years later ho sus
tained tho loss of his first wife, n Euro
pean whom ho had married nt Lahalna.
From his lato wife ho Inherited sonio
land, which, with his own accumula
tions, enabled him to start a sug.tr
plantation. .ulo power rnn the mill.
King Kamehamcha V. followed his ex
ample, his plantation eventually being
absorbed by Mr. Campbell's. In part
nership with Harry Turton, who died
n few years ago after having been many
years sheriff of Maul, Mr. Campbell
started tho Pioneer plantation whoso
stock has now long been gilt-edged.
Mr. Campbell In 1879 married a sec
ond time, his choice being Miss Abigail
Malpineplno Dright, a part Hawaiian,
who survives him holding tho universal
esteem of th'o community as a leader In
works of benevolence. Four daughters
out of eight children of this union nro
living, tho two eldest of whom nro be
ing educated In California, Tho two
younger ones returned with their
parents from tho Mainland only n few
jbe dead.capitaUst leaves a rich es
tate. Besides the Honoullull'lands un
der lease to tho Ewa plantation com
pany and other extensive agricultural
nnd pastoral lands, he owned a great
deal of Improved real estato In Hono
lulu, also the'St James hotel at tan
Jose, Cal., und a largo Intercut in tho
First American Bank of Hawaii. For
several years past he had spout much
of his tlmo In travel, whllo his busi
ness affairs were In the efficient hands
of Hon. Cecil Drown.
A sensational eplsodo In Mr. Camp
bell's career Is still fresh In memory.
Tn'a was his being kidnapped by two
confidence men In San Francisco, who,
llBVlnP Atlinnori him tt'l'Ti n Vitm.r
J" -o mmmv ... .. u uiu n .
'n a room to which they had lured
him, bore him away to a house. They
mto signing an order for J20.000. When
tho ruffians bad first engaged him no
looked calmly Into tho muzzlo of n pis-
tol ono of them hel 1 and refused to
hold up his hands. Having failed to 10-
duco his courage by joaftnement nnd
threats, the men at tho end o! the tlmo
mentioned let Mr. Campbell ko. De- 1
spite their warnings of vengeance If ho
should follow them up, ho Ioat no tlmo
n putting 1110 omcors or jusiico on
their track with tho result thnt Wln
throp, tho leading desperado, Is now
Bcrvlng aentenco In San Qientln fo:
Tho funeral of tho lata Jnincs Camp
bell will tako placo trom thc houso In
Emma street at 3 oVIoek this uftcr
noon. Bishop Willis will conduct tho scr-
vices, beclnnlnc nt 2:45. Interment
.m- 1 m ".. ....;'.. L",.
" u i i-nuunuu i-uuiciury, j hu pan
uoarors are j. u. carter, uodfrcy
uruwu, vj, a. uuunu, j, 01. uowsctl, ur.
F. L. Miner and H. M. von Holt
PAY YOUR BILLS.
Tho Merchants Collection Agency,
No. 113 Kaahumanu street, has chargo
of nil amounts duo the PEOPLE'S
EXPRESS CO. prior to March 10th. 1
nt. which tlmo they changed
Call at their office and settle nt once.
"HE WATERMAN IDEAL POUN-
TAIN PEN. All suos, all shapes. H. F.
Day and Night Cusses
Rooms ii-i j, trd floor 9 A, m, 4 p. m
Hour 1 i-.rvy p. n
- HONOLULU. H. L. MONDAT...APHIL 23 WOO
PAbS HAWAIIAN GABLE BILL
Staate Provides for Construction by
W.0O0.C0O for the PnJ ct - Meets W.lb
Utile Opposition ma Will Pabablj
Pass tbe iioihe.
Washington, April 11. With littlo
debate of conscquenco tho Senate today
passed tho Pacltle cable bill, a measure
approprlatlng I3.00U.U00 for tho con-
s ruction of a cabin between San Fran-
clsco and Honolulu. Tho bill was una-1
nlmniialu -,. .l l... .i. r, ,.T "
... ..., ,vfUi itu u mo wumuiiucg on
Naval Affairs, and that It was passed
without serious objection Is regarded
as a compliment to tho committee. Tho
bill as repotted to the Senato Is a sub-
stltuto for the measure as originally
.u..UUUUii uj iiuic. ii vurncs an np- oiu.
proprintlon of J3.000.000 for tho project. Mr. Cushinan, In explaining his ac
Tho bill provides for a cable from tlon, says thnt tho Senate provision
San h ranclsco to Honolulu, tho work to would have cut off all shlppW bo
bo dono under tho suncrvlslan of llin lwn hn pninn nn. ..j , ".u .'
Navy Department, wnlch has mado sur-
veys and determined tho practicability
of tho route. Tho Navy Department
may ubo nny of Its ships that can bo
adapted to thc task of laying the en-
ble, nnd if It needs other ships It may
charter them. In addition to this, it
provldes that tho Sccrctaty ?ot tho
Navy, in his discretion If he llnds It not
practicable to lay tho cable by tho forco
of his own department, may contract,
under specifications and duo advertise-
mont, for the construction, laying and
equipment of tho cable. All materials
and appurtenances shall bo of special
Section C provides that Uio cablo,
wires and other instruments, materials,
appliances nnd appurtenances necessary
In tho work of laying tho cablo shall
be of American manufacture, nrovlilmi
the Bamo can bo procured nt a cos! not
exceeding 12 per cent nbovc what tho
same can be procured for In forelcn
Halo explained that tho bill provid
ed for tho building of the cablo from
San Francisco to Honolulu. This, ho
said, would bo In tho nature of an ex
periment, and upon tho result of It
would depend In a measure tho future
course of tho Government. It.mlght be
cieemet desirable In tho light or ex
periment to start the Philippine cablo
from some point llko Scattlo and pro
coed to Japan by tho northern route.
Pettus moved to strike out section r,
of tho bill. "Why," he inquired, "should
tho Government consent to bo taxed on
its own business for tho benefit of cer
tain manufacturers? It's an absurdity.
Even If you do rob tho people by your
taxes you ought not to rob the Govern
ment." Tillman, of South Carolina, as a
member of the Naval Committee, de
fended tho bill, In tho report of which
nil tho Democratic members of the
commlttco had Joined. Whllo he was
not, ho'sald, n protectionist or In favor
!f subsidies, ho regarded tho provision
in section b of this bill in tho Interest
nu control, nnd expressed tho opinion
that It might prove n good thine for
"Up to this date," said Pettus, "Ala
bama will not accept your bribe. I
have seen one great State near mine
accept the sugar bottle and I don't like
Tillman disclaimed any effort to
bribe either Senator Pettus or tho State
of Alabama, but he was anxious to In
crease tho struggling Iron and steel In-
dustrles'of Alabama, and ho hoped to
see the dny when it Government armor
Plato factory would bo located In Aln
bama. "Alabama Is not struggling at all,"
retorted Pettus, with spirit. "Alaba
ma Is master of the situation both ns to
Iron and coal. But tho. great grand-
children oi tho Senator (Tlllnmnl will
i. 1 i.. .1.. o...- . '. : ":
" nciu 111 uiu ovmuu uciuru miy imn
01 i"n armor pmies aro manufactured
111 amuuiiiii, mis Ming is wrung nnu
.....un.. n.. .,
Pettus' amendment waa defeated, It
to 38, and the bill passed without di
vision. FltrilfiHT pais ampri-am kiiiijk
Washington, April 11. Ronresentn
tlvo Jefferson M. Levy of Now York
has received n vigorous protest from
representatives of tho Hawaiian Steam
ship Company against tho amendment
to the Hawaiian bill ndoptcd at tho In
stanco of Representative Cushman of
They claim that Cushman does not
represent tho shipping Interests on tho
Atlantic nor the Pacific Coast. Theso
Interests do not want tho amendment
adopted. Had notico been given, the
letter says, the amendment would nev
er havo' passed tho House, for tim hin.
owners of both coasts, with tho excep
tion of those of the Stato of Washing-
ton Would hnvn nnli.J i. .T i
against the unlui "ami rt.m.JE ?t?U?B
faUon AU Intent
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tho matter his attention nt once Law
will urgo tho House conferees to tako
tho matter up In con ferenco with a
view of overcoming the dirnv
overcoming tho difficulty.
Wnnhlmrin.. a.ii .o L.' ..
' --- .1 r""' !' llliuugll mo
cnons OI licprescntatlvo Cuahmnn Ihn
nrovlslon In thn niin i.?nl?-.n.,.SS
In the Scnale, extending tho shlpplnc
laws of the United States to those si-
nnds, was amended to become apnllc-
nblo one y'4ar from tho passage of the
all except American Bhlps, which would
have shut out the many vessels plylnc
between Puget Sound and Hawaii
which nro all foreign vessels. Under
his amendment tho shipping Interests
of thc Sound will havo a year In which
to install American ships on the Ha-
' Mr. Cushman says ho expects his
amendment to bo opposed In.confcr-
enco becauso San Francisco Interests
controlling American ships running to
Hawaii are anxious to have the Senato
provision carry, to the detriment of tho
THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
The Conference Committee on the
Hawaiian bill Is comnosed of Senatnrn
uuiiora, Morgan, Lodge, nnd Reprcsen
tatives Knox. Illtt and Moon of Ten
The Cabinet Votes Money.
Tho Cabinet met this afternoon nnd
authorized the transfer of 1100,000 from
tho current fund to tho loan fund. No
other business-wns transacted.
From San Francisco, per O. & O. 3.
S. Doric, Apr. 23 Mrs. S. T. Alexan
der, W. Armstrong, Edward Christ,
Mrs. Flohr, F. W. Grlmwood, T. W. Ho
bron nnd child, E. W. Husted, Miss
Llndsey, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lllllc, MIbs
F. L. Matson, MIbs Mac Ogllvle.
Duller on the Defensive.
(Associated Press Special.)
New York, April 17. A dispatch to
tho Tribune from London says:
Ladysmlth dispatches confirm the
report that the Boers havo retired
from tho Elands Laatge district to
their Blggarsbcrg positions. No raid
ing operations southward have been re
ported and it Is now clear thnt tho Iloer
advance was ordered for tho sake of ,
employing the burghers on active duty
and of checking desertions.
The British Inactivity Inono sense 1b
masterly, since It demoralizes tho ene
my. ui.. n.i..nHn t.. !!- .... 1.-..-
norM h .. nnr. i,o., ,,ii
the engine houso and shafti ofrthreo
collieries by heavy charges, of dynn
mlto. An official bulletin Issued nt Pre
toria contains a survey of tho military
fLU'a,tl0,!,11 1Q Varl0U.8. B:tlon81and,
rrM. h. f .iioi.o.i.i .. ..
find It necessary to convey tho ImprcH-
tlvely employed at various points.
The only fresh claim of victory In '
this dispatch Is a report that General ,
Froncmnn has defeated a British col-
umn an ddrlven It across tho Orn2
river Thero Is no confirmation of tlilS'
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'UJ'. " " -. lhukui? a ,
.""" ,,v"i ""-i"'"1 """ t uu
iw imrn lam .inruiuinnT !, mfi.u ..in. .:n,ii
wiuiu tiiu iruiEumuub milium iiiui iiuu-
ernl llrnl.nnf lin. rellnvo.l thn .mrrl,.n '
after defeating tho Hocth.
Gcueriil Brabant Is on th ewny in
Wcpencr with n strong .mounted force
nnd reinforcements rfouv .Natal are be-
hind him. Genernl Chermslilo'wlth n',lu1 of Sn" 1''n',lsco Is In New York
full division. Is also moving east from I
Reddersburg and tho Doers may
caught In a corner somewhere in the
southwestern wctlon of the Freo State.
CORSET8 50 CENTS.
Wear a nice SUMMER CORBET and
you will bo nlwnys cheerful and com
fortnble In all your movements,
kaml. Hotel street.
- SECOND EDITION
Roberts About to
Advance on Fretoria
(Associated Press Sneclal.l
' """""" P"l II. ai last iioocru
BCcms t0 be on thc cvo ' maknB his
maln ntlvancc towartls Pretoria. Un-
e .. "sual reliable sources of
London, April 17. At last Roberts
1 information and all
smuggled past the censor arc at fault,
?i this move there Is naturally oven,
i?, lh, tbcll l"tormci Quarters con-
J.ldo"lbl hslt a"cy. ,n ?tt"BS "ton
I S" da? fP ?9ber.tB ,s " lP leave
uiuuiiuuiucin, ui t u
I uiuuuuuiucin, ui(t mere is a settled im-
nrcsslon tlint It will nreilr either nt Ilia
J iTi . ---.-"-.
cml.of thla wcck or tho "cglnning of
The long, weary wait In tho Free
Stato capital has apparently effected
a much needed rehabilitation, though
it Is probablo Lord Roberts would still
further havo delayed hl3 advance had
not tho Bocr4nctlyIty forced him to put
his forces In such position that unless
they quickly, proceed northward tho
Bf-tcclc ntivnntago will bo lost.
Tb tcrltlcs agrco In the supposition
thai tiiu uijUiuicf win bj made in para
llel columns with n broad front west ot
.ho railroad, thc third and eighth di
visions sweeping northward to the
extreme northwest, tho entire forco
amounting to 75,000 men.
Exactly what part General Bullcr
will tako Is still a secret, which no ono
is able to probe.
From tho scat of wnr, there la sig
nificant silence. From Tho Hague
comes the news that the Boer delegates
rcfuso to mako public the object of
their mission. They hono to bo ro-
ceived by Queen Wllhelmlnn. but noth
ing In this direction has yet been d
Boerx Threatening Roberts.
(Associated Press Special.)
Maseru, Basutoland, Monday, April
16. Thq Boers for two days past havo
been displaying great activity along
the Rcddersburg and Rouxvlllo road.
Their scouts report that tho British are
advancing on thoBe places to tho relief
of Wepcncr and tho Burghers conse
quently nro divided whether to remain
or to retire. A majority of them de
sire to abandon the Investments of
Wcpencr, fearing to lie cut off, whllf
the minority, led by Commandant
Olivier, are reluctant to movo as long
as there Is a chnnco to capture Colonel
Scouts havo Just reported rlflo firing
In the direction of Thauanchu.
Hunger Pinches Mafeklng.
London. April 17. Tho Dally Mall
has the fololwlng from Lady Sarah
Wilson, dated Mafeklng, April 5th. The
pinch of hunger Is beginning to bo felt
and relief Beemu more distant than
blnco March 31st there has been no
shelling until toddy, Commandant
Snymnn hnvlng taken his burghers to
bar Colonel Plumer's road. Today,'
howover, ho returned nnd tho bombard
ment was renewed. Tho military au
thorltlcs says the British artillery has
nothing to compare with the guns now
in ubo by the Boers,
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Qen- Oatacro han boon recalled
mS .L thc thlrd dlvlslon
Gen. Cronjo has arrived at St,
Fears for the Bafety of the bark Do
minion are entertained. She Is over-
duo at Sydney
o "8 r Representatives ban
I adopted the resolution tailing for the
-,for the election of United States Sen-
1 vMn W -
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PSJ Ih,"n '", f " chd" n vprv ... wlH
r,ncn .".m"1'""" '" f,cen er '" wlt''
Kr PeVrf , etl T" " that he win re
il ry I,e".t" "enlcs that ho will re-
slfen as Assistant Postmaster General
-" wi i-unuiiusi
0 p() Q jnn j;nnUCim cnilllialcn
Tm porlo nicnn tariff bill has been
a (t j)y ireiHcni AHitHtnnt
c3rt..,,.,. aiia.. t... i ..
?.Ct rCtlU A11?" -n8 bcC
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Governor of the Island.
List llnwiillun Stocks.
New York. Alirll 10. Edward Pol
?""ei,vor'" "! Becuro me listing by
uiiueiivuniiK ui secure me listing uy
tho Stock Exchange of thg more Im-
linrlnnt nllu'ntlnn bm-nr utn.lu If,, la
portant nllwnlliin sugar stocks. He Is
at tho Waldorf-Astoria hotel, nnd In
dlscusHing his mission expressed him
self as being quite confident that ho
would succeed. No expression Is yet
obtalnnbln from the officials of the
Stock Exchange who will deal with tho
mailer. 1 ne vuiiio in tno Hawaiian
stocks Is well known here, nnd nt pres
ent It 1r not anticipated that there
will bo any very hctIoiib objection to
the.Dlail. If Mr. Poll It?. Hiirceeiln Vila
. work will prove very vnlunblo to tho
I business' Interests of both Honolulu
' and Sim tFrnnclBoo. ,
fo Allan'Nnuuii. B. A.. Oxon, will
glvo lovers of Hhukespenre on Friday
evening an Interpretation of the mind
of ue master. Mr. Dunn hi "Ah Yoti
PltlOE r KN-ih
TERRIBLY SUDDEN DEATH
John W. Winter, known throughout
Honolulu as "Jack," died suddeniy.thui
Kiieruuun bi i:ua o'ciock at his rel
denco oa King street. Among hi
friends It Is known that Mr. Winter
had been ailing for sovcral weeks. Last
Sunday afternoon he attended a party
at Harry Vlda's. and did not complala
of sickness during the evening. His
wife states that she was awakened at
1 o'clock this morning by his loud snor
ing ana that ho turned over and went
to sleep at onco wnen she disturbed
him by shaking him by the shoulder.
She arose at tho usual time and when
breakfast was ready tried to awaken
her husband, but found him uncon
scious'. Dr. Slnclnlr was Immediately sent for
and arrived at 8 o'clock. He at once
pronounced It a atroko of apoplexy
iiuu ur. uoopcr was caned In consulta
tion. Mr. Winter novcr regained con
sciousness, however, and died early
In the afternoon as stated. He leavoa
a wife and several small children. H
was 44 years of ngo nnd was born In
Gnlesburg, Ills., where he resided many
years, and until he csmo to Hawill
I about twclvo or thirteen years ago.
For several years ho wa3 with Wm. G.
, Irwin & Co. and afterwards bacamr
ldentincd with thc Holllstcr Drug Co.,
of which ho was sccretaiy nnd book
keeper at tho tme of his death. Ho
leaves an estate consisting of a llfo In
surance policy of 15,000 nnd an lstcrcst
In tho Holllstcr Drwg Co. The time
of thc funeral will bo announced here
after. Twenty" hi rl Dny.
The twenty-third day U nt hand
without a susplclo:is ca3 of slcknoys
or a scare. On Sund'iy mmnlug n nn
tlre woman nnrasd Pillhua, fiom lwl
lel, died of a chronic disease whllo on
her way to the Board of Health office,
preparatory to be taken to ono of the
New Mole Qunrtet.
Tho Now Male Quartet, nt muck per
sonal Inconvenience, havo kindly con
sented to make their first public no
poarance hero on Friday evening.
They will sing .-.n oxqulsi'.e selection
from F. Abt.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money U It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove' ilrnatcre
I on each box. 25 cents.
Captain J. C. Cluney haa ctvem
leas of the homestead he ha occiptaj
at LeloO for a STClt mnllT Tnara anrf
east In his lot with tho progressive
roatdente of Knllhl. The Impinging of
a etctlon of new Chinatown on kU
time-honored borders cnuml fc& mh
Uln to move.
The rnnc nf l.ihnrr nt wnrli uu.
Outfall Of tho newer hnvn hmn anrklnr
In the breakers for a fortnight er more.
uontractor Jonn Wilson states that the
work will not be finished until close
upon the time deelrniteri In lh rnn.
tract, which la July 1 of this year. He
tntcs runner mat everything U get
ting along nicely.
Sneclal bargains urn helnr nArA la
hats, caps and gent's furnishing goo
for one week only.
We have the mot satisfac
torv SHOES-right in hand
now, for this spring walking
that we have ever offered at
This shoe has been nude to
the times it's a reliable shoe
for little money.
Manufacturers' Shoo.Ca. ' '.
Sol? Agent!, . 7, '
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Llko It" Is masterly, nnd the play 11
fa vol He.