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noSOMJW STAK-BULLETIS, SATCRDST, XYS. ?, IMS.
BAYS FORT ST.
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BEST lighted; old fishery case
Two armv rpfirpmonto vi,A ; 1011
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uill effect Hawaii, the one directly! Charles F. Jt-w.-ll. of the Honolulu
and the other in an indirect sense. ! Gas Company nt-.nd on the So
Chaplain Bell, of the First Field Ar-! MOma from nn extended trip to the
t tilery, stationed here, will leave the . Northwest. While there he called m
fervice next Nornevber, when he will ' on ; the San Francisco, Seattle, Spo-
liave reacned the are limit of f.4 i kane. Tacoma and Vancouver eas ueo-
! Returned Gas Man Saw Only The oi.i -h auction-case, or as u j
1 r. t, u 2 " legally known. The Territory vs.
Une DUSineSS inurOUyil- Toyota, has at last been settled def-!
1 iTiirlv an. :h rrm rt -f u l
has decided that the Territory mav
fare That Can Compare
TERRITORY WINS COTS 1A C01LWL1S PPspE
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Ewa Dividend Reduced from 12
to 9 and Waialua from 12
to 6 Per Cent
legally and constitutionally continu ' "
to ccKect its auction liceuze of $6 Do
year from the Hawaiian Fisheries, ! ,
Ltd., and the Pacific Fisheries Com-'4' At meetings of the respective
boards of directors this morning
.Vows was received by the Territo-! at ,ne offices cf Castle & Cooke,
years, brigadier General Schtivler, ; pie and in every place was 'shown i a'su,pr,eme urt yesterday from the Lid the dividends on Ewa and
v.-fco came to Oahu as colonel of the
Mfth Cavalry, and who gained his
star white serving here, is due for
retirement April 20.
Four brigadier generals of the line
v.ill leave active army service for
are in 1913. Fourteen other officers
will retire for that reason.
Krig GenlTalter 8. Schuyler will
leave ' active service April 2G, Drig.
Gen. Frederick A. Smith May 15, Hrig.
Gen. ,Edgar Z. Stcever August 2. and
IIrig.Gen. Ralplv K. Hoyt October 9.
The following are otner officers who
will Iretlre next yetr:
Adjutant general's department--Col.
Alexander O. Brodie, November 13.
' Qu'artermastr Corps Col. William
H. Miller. January 31, ,
Medical Corps Col. Iouis A. Ls
Garde. April 16.
C6rps of Engineers Col. WTilliam T.
Rcssell. October 11; Brig. Gen. Will
lam H. BUby, December 27.
Ordinance, department Col. Frank
Baker, lOctober i. .
Signal . Corps Brie;, Gen. James
Allen., February 13; Col. Frank
Greene,' March . 1 6.
Chaplain Samuel H. Bell, 1st Field
Artillery, .November 15.1
Infantry Col. George It. Cecil, in
fantrj. February 12; Col. Arthur Will
lams,". 11th Infantry, April 20; Col
i Calvin-' IJ. Cowles. 5th. Infantry, June
2C; CoL Cornell Gardner. lGth In
tantry, September 4; Col. Alexis R.
Paxton, infantry. October 5.
The retirement of Cois. Cecil and
Paxton -will" not mak vacancies" for
! promotion,.' as t both are additional of
' fice.f , 'i
Besides the above, list, there are;
several colonel who are toretire on
their own 'applications shortly. Col.
a Charles Booth, infantry, will leave
active . service - January 31; Col:
- Charles II. Clark, ordnance depart-
; mcnt, Febrnary . 19,. and CoL Charles ;
w. Taylor,? cavalry: February iS. a
enjoyed eome deer hunting in the j
Thompson liiver Country, eight fine
bucks falling before the unerring aim
of different members of the party.
I'nited States supreme court that the Waialua plantation stocks came
. tatter has affirmed the lower court's under the hatchet.
I ruling. The local supreme court's de-1 Beginning with January 31.
! cLsion, with J. Wilder" dissenting, was ! and until further notice, the-
, handed down December 1, 1909, and : monthly dividend on Ewa will
appeal was taiten by the defendant on ' be fifteen cents a share, in-
i a writ of error, the basic arcuinent stead of twenty cent naid fnr
Of Which was that the law Hurler ar.me time linsf nr a rcMlntinn -4.
from 12 Der cent ner annum to
constitutional. 9 per cent on the par value of
luld wa ana is sun, the ngent the stock
the time of his life. He says the
;;as men all over the world are well
known good fellows, there being a
i:crt of free masonry among them,
presumably from having to re-hash
their troubles when they meet a
brother from a distant clime.
home town. Kalisnell. Montana, and t uhicl the license was placed was un
t or the Hawaiian Fisheries, Ltd., and ! Beginning with January 15,
in this capacity sells at wholesale the'. nri until -further nntlno lha
Asked as to the consumption of gas ! S' T" , 1 "' LW!-fm 10 tne retail iponthly dividend on Waialua
in this city as compared to cities of' nha. oeaIers- Tne company operated : will be fifty cents a share in-
the same size on the Coast. Mr. Jewell ; r a merchandise broker's license stead of one dollar, or a reduc-
oM f n,,hiVn - proaur Rot ; tion from 12 per cent per annum
, , P u V " and lherefore to six per cent.
was not compelled to pay the public
says that they have "nothing on us"
in that line. "Honolulu," he says,
"can easily claim the. distinction of :
having the best lighted principal busi
ness street (Port street) of any that
1 saw in my travels, with the excep
tion of San Francisco, of course, as
the Pacific Gas Co. has recently in
stalled 9,000 Magneto Valve Arcs along
the principal thoroughfare, Market
street, frontage all along this wonder
ful street is mainly lighted by gas,
proving to my mind, that this illum
ination is the coming light; even out
at the Cliff House there are forty
lamps or arc3 completely encircling
the whole building making it one of
the sights of even that wonderful
town. I am positive that the quality
that used on the Coast,
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ajxu mi lyaiiii iuu
Thr c3i:rt's reference was to James
Fisher, the young man who was ar'!
rested lust June at the. same time1
that Smith wa3 apprehended, and J
who later pleaded guilty to aiding ia !
sii uggung opium into the territory j '
and was given a brief sen:once in l , , , . ' .
iflii v.i.ir.1, Ho 1Dj For the five business days; ended
"Room tn tho'o ' .;4 .:today tiie transactions on the Hono-
punishment to mete out to a federal
lulu stock exchange exceeded those
' for the corresponding " period last
gas nere is mucn superior to - -week by $3417.75 in fact thebnsi
?u on tne coast, ootn in candle " r" i'aiiit- Aiiomey .v rnnqi
ti . . . . - iipks was ruiiMiiif rRiti v more
a . . . - . I , . T IJ ' L'inj t .1 . . 1 ! n r. . ..--7. T I---- - . -" -
power ana neat units, tnus Bhow ng f i sar-. d bled Tnis week3 total i3 )64 :
that our own gas people are giving fas ic, refeience to the rumor. pub-ft42,2u ft.,nat 12q F,24 sti ' for last
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its Datrons the best that can be made. ! Wshed recently, that Smith's long I
a necessity to the householder, a boon j evasion of the, law was ; due to the
tri (ha hnctnoee man In Tia sun. tact that he W3S A Rorire; corvlAa '
shine to the merchant in his 'ware i n?an, working as a "stooi p:geon?Mn
rooms below Ihc level of the street !lhe. employ of Ereckons or . officials
"Of course It would be difficult, for ! on the coast,
me to say whether we can expect j - o
many visitors from the Great North- The United Shrte3 steel corporation
wesi, cm oi uiis i can assure you, i . announces that it is plannimr an ad-
Soloc vara reimrtiul trulav In flvo
secret service, gt ks d gfeth cnanged nands on
IGNORANCE QF.JHE C0NSTI
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i awer.He then asked if It were not
possible to swear him In au a citizen
and lex. him read Up j on the constitution-later,
as he Was an extremely
. Lhusy man and did not have the time
i to come to court again unless It were
absolutely necessary, but was inform
ed ittrat -the iaw wonht not permit -en ch'
' procedure.-. H retired with a: hecTr
t'r.-h.on his -cheek and an' angry light
, , in hts eye. . " ' " - k-;
! Hubert "JVood, Pose Freitas Caires,
! Jcbh G6nsalves Tlexeria Jr i Jose
IGomes'da Sllva and' Gnstav NIcolal
passed ihe examination-this morning
8ud were sworn In as citizens Manuel
- jCabral, a Portuguese laborer who has
iretided In and- near , Honolulu for
-1 : IniUny yean -and has a large family of
children, apparently vas - familiar
. I enough with the constitution and had
- 3 a .smattering of English, but not cuffl-
cient to discuss the conatltutfon inteV
. lif entlyJ Jie was given another, month
jjto prepare r; AImself. further for the
examination. y ; - ":' ; , ;.'
! CASES ON SUPREME COURT
I CALENDAR FOR 'JANUARY
i The following cases hS7 e been set
for argument In the supreme court or
1 the : territory during January.- be-
ginning' Monday, Januarys: 4
.' Motions- '
. In the Matter of tho Arbitration
Proceedings between the Hilo ' Rail
iroad Co. and H. S. Rlckard. n
i ; Taxation of appellant's bill of costs.
Smith, Warren &?Hemenway and E.
W. button for H S., Rlckard. appel
lant; C 8. Carlsmith . for the Hilo
Railroad Co., appellee.
In the Matter of the" Arbitration
Proceedings between the Hilo Rail
road Co. and Mrs. Annie Rlckard. Tax
ation of appellant's - bill of costs.
- Smith. Warren A Hemenway and E.
W. Sutton for Mrs. Annie Rickard,
appellant C. S. Carlsmith for the
Hilo Railroad Co., appellee.
: John F. Colburn vs. Antonino A.
V Itong. Error to circuit Judge, first
v- circuit. : J. 1 Lightfoot Tor -plajntlff-ap-ellant;
E. C. Peters for defendant
: ' appellee.
' .". Rosalie Lyons vs. Thomas B. Lyons.
Appeal from circuit Judge, second cir
cuit R. P. Quarles for libellant-ap-pellant
Wade W. Thayer for libellee
appellee. Thomas B. Lyons v. Rosalie Lyons '
sertainly did mv little mite towards
"Was It cold? in Montana?"
"yes, and then some; did not go
out on the lanai to view the beautiful
December moon, in-my white duck."
I read It In the Star-Bullelln.
mast be o i . . r -?-'-'-r''.-'-.'i.
justment of the wage scale. There
will be special Increases in the case
ot unskilled labor.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beal: McLean
of Washington prepared and served a
bountiful Christmas dinner to their
servants, afterward sitting down with
them to the repast- - -,.,(., t.t . -. ,
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the board, and one advance :s regis
tered without any decline. Oahu U
unchanged at 23 for 35 snares, Pio
neer at 25.50 for 25 shares, Ewa at
24.75 for 5 shares, Brewery at 22 for
25 shares and Hilo Railroad Common
tt " for 20 shares, while McBryde
.shows an advance of one-eighth point
for 25 and 175. shares.
Appeal from circuit judge, second cir-i Title, Palmyra. Island. Appeal from
cult" Wade W. Thayer for libellant-rtt
appellee; R. P. Quarles for libellee-ap-pellant
m. r . Scott v Hawaiian Tobacco
Plantation, Ltd. Exceptions from Cir
cuit Court Tihrd Circuit. Plaintiff in
person-appellant C. H. McBride and
Thompcon, Wilder, Wratson & Lymer
Kaplolani Estate, Ltd., v Mary H.
Atcherley, et al. Appeal from Circuit
Judge,, First Circuit C. W. As-norcl
and Castle & Withington for plaintiff
appellee. Thompson, Wilder, Watson
& Lymer for the defendants Mary H.
Atcherley and E. M. Watson, and Lyle
A Dickey defendants pio se-appei-lants.
t New York Life Insurance i o.. v
Henry C. Hapai, Deputy Insurance
(k)mmissioner. Reserved Question
from Circuit Court. First Circuit.
Thompson, Wilder, Watson '& Lymer
fcV plaintiff; ACorney General for de
fendant. In the Matter of the Application of
Henry E. Cooper for Registration of
Court of Land Registration. Petitioner
in person-appellant Wade W. Thayer
for contestants-appelleee ; Attorney
General for the Territory.
AT ARCADIA MONDAY
NEWCOMERS' CLUB TO
;t)lSCUSS:TBUTH ;0F BIBLE
, "The Reaaonablenessi of Belief" will
be the subject of discussion: of the
Newcomera at its regular meeting to
morrow afternoon In Coolte - Hall,
Young Men's Christian Association, at
half:pa3t four o'clock. There are. a
number of joung men about town,
both members of the association, and
others, who are;hot just-sureirhether
or not a thinking-man can believe In
the Bible.t The discussion, which will
be ' led by General - Secretary rSuper,
will take up in a practical way the
reasons for and against- the authen
ticity of the Bible. Mr. Super has
had considerable experience in dis
cussing such problems with college
men and others, and the meeting will
prove to be one of interest. -
At the fellowship supper, which fol
lows the meeting, of the Newcomers'
Club, A. L. C. Atkinson will give the
seventh of the series of travel talks
which has been one of the princlplo
features of this gathering. Mr. At
kinson will tell of his recent trip to
the- Coast and will explain the re
markable development of the Progres
sive party and its effect upon the poll
tloalu life of the country.
"Arcadia," the home of Governor
and Mrs. Frear, will be opened to
callers on Monday, January 6, from
four to six o'clock. Mr. E. A. Mott
Smith, Acting Governor, will receive
with Mrs. Frear.
Mrs.- Frear will also be assisted by
the following friends: Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Wilhoit of Stockton, Cal.,
Mrs. Luther Severance of Hilo, Mrs.
W. W. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. V. A.
Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitts,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Dillingham,
Mrs. John C. Erdman, Miss Muriel
Howatt, Miss Juliette Atherton and
Miss Wilhelmina Tenney. Strangers
as usual are welcome at this recep- raipe
YEARLY MEETING SOON
The annual meeting of the Hawaii
an Historical Society will be held on
the twenty-first birthday of the so
ciety, next Saturday evening, at 8
o'clock in the" new rooms of the so
ciety. Library of Hawaii building.
The following interesting papers will
be read: Admiral Southarland in
cidents Connected with the Election
of King Kalakaua in February, 1874,"
to be read "by Hon. Sanford B. Dole.
Francis J. Green "The Ceermony or
the Mysteries," original translation
of Maori priesthood rituals. Rev. W.
D. Westervelt "A Study of Hawaii
an History Society." Rev. Fr. Regi
nald Yzendoorn "A Study of Ha
waiian Cartography Prior to Cook's
All are cordially invited to attend.
Final Arrangements for. Week's
Work of Men and Religion
Forward Movement Here,
Have Been Made
The executive committee of the
Men and Religion Forward movement
held a meeting at the University
Club yesterday afternoon at which
time the final arrangements and
plans for the coming to Honolulu oh
January 23 of Fred B. Smith and Ray
mond Robins, who will conduct the
week's campaign in this city were
Tboso present at the meeting were
L. Tenney Peck, general chairman
of the campaign; F. C. Atherton, vice
chairman; John Guild, treasurer;
Paul Super, executive secretary; Rev,
A. Ebersole, recording secretary;
Rev. R. Elmer Smith, chairman of
the evangelistic committee; -John R.
Gait, chairman of the social service,
committee; John Waterhouse, chair
man of the finance committee; Rev..
John W. Wadman, chairman of the
out-of-town delegates; W. G. Hall,
chairman of the community exten
sion committee; W. A. Bowen, chair
man of the committee on special
functions, and Rev. ,T. Hori, chair
man of other nationalities represent-
eu. - v
The discussion at the meeting was
largely' concerning the location of the
various conferences ' - and evening
meetings which are to be held during
the visit by Messrs. Smith and Rob
ins. Several different places through
out the city have already rbeen
suggested, and a committee was ap
pointed consisting of ;J. R. Gait .ana
Rev. R. E. . Smith to secure halls
suitable for the holding of the insti
tutes. Another committee was also
appointed" to secure places for f. the
holding of the evening meetings. The
question of plans for - financing ; the,
campaign was also . discussed , and ' K
was finally decided to apportion the
amount necessary among the various
churches of the city, having a com-J
mittee for each churcn to carry out
this plan. , It was also decided to have
no collections at any of the meet
ings except the one which is to be
held on the Sunday during the" weei
the team ls in the city, , ana ail those
whowish to give toward the cam
palgn may avail themselves or the op
portunity at this. time .,H
Each of the 'various committees
which are now working on the com
palgn were authorized to add as many
men.; to' these committees : as they
deemed necessary, (The1 vartous re
Uglous agencies throughout -; the .Isl
ands will be asked, to' send as many
representatives ' to Honolulu during
the campaign week as possible, as it
is felt br those d irectly ' connected
with the campaign that the. several
Institutes which will be. held by
Messrs. Smith 1 and Robins' during
their stay In Honolulu will present
excellent opportunities for .general
educational work and ' inspire5: tho
workersi with new Ideas to take back
to their local fields . of work. , It. was
also naked of the members of each
committee that- they try- and reach
as many' people Individually as . pos
sible' in order to get them interested
in the campaign and to attend tho
meetings and institutes, as it ia be
lieved that the series of meetings and
institutes will be the bee: .opportun
ity which has presented Itself to this
city sIn 'years. '
The program of meetings for the
week during which the team will bo
in -Honolulu haalbeen completed ami
was accepted . at the meeting . yester
day. 'It is thought that there will be
very few changes between now and
January 23.- All final plans are now
complete for the campaign, and the
committees will start active work at
once ia order to have everything in
readiness for the arrival of the team.
I rf requirements
w y v
are tne oracr
of the day now, and
Ae splendid advan
tages one Hasin'
making ;r selections
stock we carry are
worthy of consider-.
ation. s ,
Time trouble ; and
(money are saved thru
visiting durmcn's fur
The stock is complete;
Shirts, . Ties, f Under-'
wear,. Smoking Jack
ets; Bathrobes Pajam-
as, .Fancy -Vests the
r latest v in . ; S o cks . and
Furnishings. , ' J s
i - . , ak a " i i x w ii f j xxv
j1- t." w
A blizzard along the Atlantic coast
has resulted in several deaths and
has seriously interfered with transport
tatiou and communication between the
A band of 200 rebels attacked and
captured the Mexican town of Guata-
Tho town was Durneu am
many natives massacred
OAP SALE MOW
Every cake of soap we are selling during this sale is as near pure as science enables the makers to make it.
SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED BY US
Wf want you io come in and jjet a fivo sample f AK.Morii'S TOILET SOAPS then buy any of tin following:
Certified Complexion Soap, containing Witehhazel. ckc,
20c; box of four cakes, 75c.
Fairskin Soup, four kinds Oatmca!. Honey, Glycerine
and Cucumber and Buttermilk, cake 10c; box 25c.
iMyvan Soap. 6 odorr, 10c cake; box 25c
Supertar Soap, ideal for ShamiKWing, cake 20c; box 50c.
Transparent Violet Glycerine Scap, cake 10c; box 25c.
White Floating Soap, o-our.ce cakt', 5 for 25c.
FortandHouis... Benson, Smith & Go., Ltd.,
Fort and Hotel Sti.
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL AN
The Hawaiian Annual for 1913, its
thirty-ninth issue, is the best yet. Its
statistics are revised to date; the cen
sus tables materially extended, as Ls
also the Registry and Directory divi
sioni while the special articles cover
a wide range of "historic research,
reminiscence, educational, civic and
commercial progress, with descriptive
and traditional contributions and n
retrospect covering the various activ
ities and important events of the ter
ritory for the year 1912.
Every issue adds value to the An
nual is the general verdict. Those
who know it best are those who prize
it most. Its information is alike valu
able for handy reference for home or
office use; for the visitor, or for mail-1
ing abroad. advertisement.
ADYERTISING THAT PAYS T.
U Honolulu, T. H. Jan. 3. 1913.
a Honolulu Star-Bulletin, City. tl
tt Gentlemen: It gjves me the tt
tt great pleasure to report a sale
tt through the use of your' adver- tt
tt tising columns. tt
tt One insertion in your paper tt
tt brought a purchaser for a five- tt
tt room cottage in Kaimuki for tt
U $1600.00. tt
tt Other advertisements in your tt
tt paper brought a number of in- tt
tt quiries and small sales, and I tt
tt take this means of expressing tt
tt my appreciation of the Star-Bui- tt
tt letin as an advertising medium, tt
tt it has brought business for me tt
tt and I'll do business with you. tt
tt Yours truly, tt
tt B. CRESSATY. tt.
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f j M rSTATEMENJ OF CONDITION DECEMBER 311912. J - '
'" " '-assets;;'
Cash on hand and in bank. $117,93144
Real .esUter.; ..Li :v.. 7 31,537.12
Stock and other tqvestments ; 59,510.37
Mortgages secured by real ..
Uoans, demand and time 298,658.15
Purnltnre1 and flxturea i'f '4,000.00
Accrued Interest reeelvahle . (1,189.40
teii&t-Li abi Cities.': ;-:;;
: Capita .. .' .
Sahscrlbed v;; .JSaO.ftW
50 : paid in- ;. viz- ' . 1 OO.O i
ShoreholdersV lfa j -
: biiity:;.,. i5a,ooi ; : r
tlnd iVided profits ; . , . . 1 r0.r, 1 1
Trust and aseocy: accounts. 2.",'" i
'' '.""Territory "of Hawaii ;:r)' X-rujl y-:. .'' ? -V
City and. County of Honolulu )S3 - X: '";' rf-: - , -r
I. A. N. Campbell, Treasurer of the Henry Wate rhousV Tru3t Co.. UJ..
do solemnly swear that the above statement; Is true to tho! best of rzy
knowledge and be'lief. " ; ' ':-':'-'---'':y;:t: - '
: ,....,;.-;.i, j . .-'J'; ' V: - '. vA.;N.-CAMPBELL,
" Subs"5ipd. and sworn to before me Ihia 2nd day of January. 1913.
S -r-ji t;t - -tJNas GUILD,
Notarr Public, First Judicial Circuit.
6434--Jan; 3.4. 11 MX. ':- ; v .
S. M. Damon
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BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 3t, 19 IZ.
Cssh ..i........ 1,431,789.75
Due from hanks and ; r
Bankers ... . ; 155437.10
Bonds, stocks and invest - . y
Loans, discounts and over v-
drafts j 3,35 7,632.30
Real estate and bank fur- v;.
niture j 65,593.01)
Other assets 398.434.03
i ,r ; LIABIUTIES V
Capital and : autplus. i . J 90222.C t
Due to, hanks and bankers 12,074.1)
Deposits V. i , i. V. . . . . , . .5,933323
Honolulu, T. H., December 3l 1912. , V v'
I, Allen W. T. Bottomry, do solemnly swear thai " the . foregoing EaW
ance Sheet represents a true and. correct statement cf the affairs of tho
Banking House of Bishop & Co.' as at Decennher 31, 1912, to the .best' my
knowledge and belief. ; . ' .
ALLEN W. T. IJOTTOMLEY, .;
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Subscribed and sworn to before me this
s 31st day of ngcemher. 1312.
J. HARRIS MACKENZIE.
Notary Pablic. First Judfclal 2rcuit, T. IL
of ilnk of HoilcilolOj
FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 3V tV2-
Loans, discounts and
Furniture ... 6.423JI
Due' from banks 43.C56.2G
Other resources . , 4800.00
Capital paid in -. . . .. ; ;' . CtofiWfi
. .vi . -5.000.0
Deposits .... .
Other liabilities .
I, K. I. Spalding, do solemnly swear 4hat the foregoing iz Uuy ani cor
rect to the best of my knowledge arid belief.'. .v .-';.." ,v '
Sgd.) "E. L'SPALfcrXC, v
Vice-President afKi vlanacr.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this third da of JanTtary; 131".
(Sgd.) . " D.-I CONKLIN'G. :
rl Treasurer, TerritGry tf Haxa:;
III IWEITj ,