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POXOLULU STAH-CULIiEf IK, FBIpAYFEKf 28 1913. j
In a dozen Very ordinary cp'pearin'g
boxes carried as cargo , In the Toyo
Kisen kalsba liner Nippon Mam, that
remained over for a few . hours In
Honolulu this ' morning, en route to
the Far East,-was a vast fortuneto
talling between seven and eight ' mil
lion dollars. , : . , v. 7
Paper currency : intended for'Vircu
lation in. the new Chinese republic,
fresh from one cf the bigbanknote
I'Vinting establishmetrt:. on the main
land, is being shipped' to the order lot
the Chinese government. -'
- This money, resplendant in green
and A yellow coloring, was not subject
to any unusual guard or was special
l recautlon taken In1 the transit'across
tLe Pacific."- : vvv ''
The little slips of paper calling for
the rayment'of 'millions - of moner,
cr.d backed up ' by - substantial gold
sr.d silver reserves In the Chinese re
; ullic, is worthless as far' as a circu
lating medium is 'concerned until it
J-ars the signature of the head offl
vl:l of the republic;
There are one or more ofSdajs In
'.Azi wh have the -Herculean task
: r. fixing signatures to something
cirfculation. Until this is done the
money is hardly worth the paper upon
which it has been printed. ; 1 .. J.
. Meeting with a strong gale that
developed into the ferocity of a tent
pest, the Nippon Maru finally reached
port this morning after, a delay of
twenty-four houra in the' passage' from
San Francisco to Honolulu. . ,
Ciz cabin passengers left the vessel
at this port, while a. small through
list will continue the Journey to' the
coast of Asia. The vjusel carries but
30 cabin, 19 second class and 64 Astat
ic steerage passengers. " '
The Tenyo Maru upon arrival at the
coast turned over five stowaways ; to
the tender, mercies of the officers In
the Nippon Maru. As the travelers
were Japanese, they are to be' re
turned to their native land. ;
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if en wno nave neen touring tne main
land in the interest of a wide variety
of . industries, . are returning , to their
homes as passengers in the Nippon
Maru. ' "' ... -
Under' detention are four deported
Chinese, ; to .be ' returned to their, gov
ernment' ' ' I "
v A mail ' of several hundred sacks
wa received'1, with the arrival? of the
VESSELS JO AND :
: FROM THE ISLANDS
Special Table to JIerclulnU,
Friday, Feb. 26. V f ,
YOKOHAMA Arrived. Feb. 27. S.
S. Nile;4ence Feb. 15.
Aerograms. V J
S. S. SHINYO MARU Arrives
fiom Yokohama Monday mornine
with 172 Asiatic passengrs for Hono
lulu and 237 all classes through pas
sengers and 1080 tons of freight for
Honolulu. Will probably sail for San
JTancisco Tuesday morning.
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Friends of Waller and McCand
" . TO PiiBVIDE
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: Below' Is riven a synopsis of the
leSS.' Pill ina "Wires. tO Bet IraalCTatloa till as prcsiled.o the
Name Before j-Pnt.WifSIJSjSfiS
ctily ; these portions' of direct Jnterest
Section 2 provides for a head tax of
?5 for each alien admitted to the
country; but this Is net to apply to
Guam or Hawaii. ; ,. ' "
Section . 3, enumerating classes of
(Continued from Page 1)
an enlarged site on which to erect a
public building at Honolulu. . The
amounf was reduced to the lowest
posi ibis, minimum,' but' Is necessarily
Letter than nothing. . . The cry of ex
travagance and retrenchment in the
house": rendered it: unavoldabla , that
tvery item for new, work must be cut
The. public buildings bill as framed
ip by -the , house committee and fa-
I vurably. reported to that body contains
Ithifct item.'.'--. . -., i;, .. .
"In .addition to ; the limit cf cost
ifxed for such enlargement of itp by
&ida,ctr the unexpended balance of
thr. '.'..nHrln.it.f nnnrrtnHaUnn ' fnr s!p
sliall be available for tne acquisition
of said additional land,. together with
the further sum of JTS.OOO which M
hereby, authorized to be expended from
the amount heretofore, authorized! tor
the construction, , of laid build ing. and
a rr-Hiionf totes beTore the -new
r curretcy ' is placed in . general Vessel" this morning.' f
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The American-Hawaiian freighter
:::ssourlan met with . considerable
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, 1 uBy b. S. ALBERT.
. f Special . Stax-BuUetin Correspondence!
. WASHINGTON. -JX 'Feb. 16.
The preliminary skbrniishIn the! big.
knU l JrianntiiA Inttt llO -. shall '
successor to Mr. Frear. is beginning ca om der ex-
to.Jake some noise. - It appears toj tins Jaw to become .clt xensof
be in the insipient ; stage, rbut an oc
casional flare-up indicate that before
many moons slip by the -controversy
will be in full swing, : .'v V
; It is not expected here .that President-elect
.Wilson, will name a govexv
nor for Hawaii until three .or . four
mnmiAt A fits itmlnlotMlinn ' '. VlOVO
beea folded away history. ; hAISS A
be pretty busy with other matters, to k;n Ii r m?I: ?f "SL
say nothing of Mexico. th. Panamar: SSKTiSL i?3. ?n, addlUl1 t(?
cial tollsroblem and downWard re-VjJJ "J- lawjpfr-.x.
vision' of the totfO.Hi.-liM--
nounced an intention of making haste L & e
slowly. It Is likely he will let things j sot"clad om sion there
float until he finds time for Hawaii Yn"f, ,c ' -
and other things. below the point of iw16; X,6 JeaJf of
wn. mtniptot, nnrf .ftin mW p1J1c1It capable of reading, who
SadOrS. ..r. . ' 1-, ;? ; ! v
United States by naturalization, un
less otherwise: provided' for by exist
ing agreements as to passpdrtsr or
by treaties, conventions, or agree
ments that may hereafter' be entered
into This'-Is not. to apply to govern
ment, officials, tourists or , profession
al men or- their families. Contlnu-
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CT2Y J CL?DZi" C
JAS. H. LOVE.
Iff which Is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estatlished 1S33: asi t.a
EVENING BULLETIN, established 1882. Issued Daily and Semi-Weekly tj
, HbNOLUlIU Sm i
Publishers, Comrrtcrdal Prinlcrs, Dcokbindzrs, 1
; v ' : Fnoto-tngravers.
WALLACE BL FARKIKGTON. . . . General 4Busincs3 Manager
" . : ; '.. l : meitbeb associated mi si ; : ;
ii Tin t:w ' ?ludln ebrew . or Yiddish: Provid.
ly ,good start in the running. ? These - Th , n admlj..khlft . n. anv
are uii&ert J. waller. ana.u,.M .Wv..(v. v..-:r.:r 7:
can not read the. English language or
some other language .or dialect, lh
Candless. . Their, friends, arei kicking
up . some dust and.-, preparing to go
alien heretofore or hereafter legally
admitted, or any citizen of .the United
piaies, may sena lor, nis iatner or
farther;-inrhen': the,.Ume , is,..ppdrtune. S'iZriT m
Tho .Aitf tf granaiiner over. o years of age,, his
Those who favor, the selection of Mr. mnthr a'X'. .
Wfl6r P a wm.Paratilely his unmarried or wf do w Taught er.
the' : limit i of tt for such, addition - quiet and -dignified, campaign. . They j f otherw,se admIsfiibio whPthornrh
land Is hereby-increased accordingly.' have called tne attenUon orPresident- relatJve can read or not- and such
The acitUn question is, the origanal f elect -"apn to tnea. qualifications relatives shall be permitted to enter.
A dozen; cabin assengera. and.' car
go Including a full shipment cf sugar
l-cugh weather In tne voyage from ana consignments 01 vreserveu pme
L'an Francisco to Honolulu,' the ves- apples, coffee and sundries will . be
tel. with three thousand tons cargo forwarded to the coast in the Matson
for t! -i most part from the east coast Navigation liner Hjlonian that, is be
ef the United States, arriving here Ms. prepared to steam for San Fran
cisco at 6 o'clock this evhing.
The Hilonian, following a call
tills morning. ., - : d
The Missourlan -went into drydock
Ruling, cleaning" and repainting. The Port' Allen at an early hour tnis
. :!ay caused by the repairs made it coming. v .-iue vessel recvi uu
r.ccefcary to eliminate calls at the ties. of sugar at Kauai and Maul plan
I et Sound portsif the regular tri-j1118-" ' ' , . ? yrU
r - ular schedule was to be preserved. ,-The steamer will depart fronj Hack-
Tfce Missourlan is expected to sail feld T?' ISl Sinm
l;ca Honolulu for island - ports,: ..to-iP1;;,. !?
n Monday, evening, the freighter
law authorizing.the acquisition . of
ground; oh, the Mahuka site and the
tiection of a, Structure-thereon to be
used -as a;postofflce, courthouse ,and
C'Stoilh6use- ;.it .i ;-- " . .
If; the additional sum is considered
insufficient an efforts will: be made io
the tehata for an Increase. An amend
ireht . has already been proposed by
Senator Clarke of .Wyoming. It in
creases the limit-of. cost from $1,000,
0(K) to $1,500,000' But $200,000 of the
sum is made Immediately available.
(Continued from page 1.)
r..'wur. npyvB.-juay. ouiMv-. 'That for the purpose of ascertain
IinedrxJatingcoiidlUoMln:.Hawair.,n n read, the im-
and ;adTMce4.argumeiUa U , demon-mirant inspectors shan be furnished
strate .that Mr.. Waller, would adminis- with slips, of uniform size, prepared
ter affairs without fear or favor -'-and -under the direction of the Secretary
treat all classes precisely.. alike. No
attempt has been made, to make it ap
pear that Mr. Waller is .actively, fight
ing . to secure u the i position. , His
friends have simply put forward a
statement of his abilitiea and bis fa
miliarity with conditions.
McCandless Force Busy -
Tnose,. supporting Mr. McCaadless
or commerce, ana iabor, eacn ;. con
taining not lesa than thirty nor more
than: forty words of v ordinary. v use,
printed in plainly, legible type in the
various languages and dialects of
Immigrants. Each alien may desig
nate the particular language .or dia
lect in -which he desires the examin
ation to be . made, and .ahall.vbe; re
.. -.. -A..f,.T,ilalu, have urged his, fitness, fof ,the
orii,4: o";: employee and fixing them py ,iutwe,j.i ' w e i 'n f ttnT
Tenyo Maru Following With Heavy
-Cargo. - '
It. is predicted' that when ' the big
Captain Lyons reports stronggales;
v lh roush seas durine the latter part . , v i ; . m u
.thering sugar preparatory, to fail-
S from Hilo for Salina Cruz 'on or
.lout March Sth. '. '
to the Orient, that vessel; will i be
cf the voyage. . The Missourlan is nowif d iaden to capacity with1; ship-
meats of cotton, machinery and va
rious lines of mainland products. The j CoJ??,e8 :
r.t the railway wharf, where, her main
land freight is being discharged. J
C-ict In' Interisland Circles.
rtcaraer circles today is the projected "passengers.
sailing or the steamer Claudine, which ,.' ci.n V
riz a?3 b:rf " ssswr, bna .u
I nunc J avu w . " - w.w .
H.v 114To appropriate . $5,000
for payment of bounties on mongoose.
Rpberteon., ; ' ,
,f H. B. No. 56 To appropriate $17,
9250. f for .settlement ; of "Chinese
Fund" claims. C. H.- Cooke. Passed
by unanimous vote.
Second Beading 5 ' .. . .
H. B. 2S Referred to judiciary com
mittee; s' : - .-. -.. ' - ';-".-
H. B. 24 Referred to finance com
mittee.; :--..':.';'"- ,' r -' . :',
H.' B. 78 Referred to finance com
"ouf 11 ! Jr Hn t from h Printing committee, reported House made that escape
' - ast Portwi h a bl? list o? cabm biNos523, "24 and 78 printed and He is -waiting for
;erislan3;S nSt ! big ust. or camn ready: for dIstrlbutl0a. ; , ; , to, arrive when s
! "3 been supplied with a large ship
ment cf freight and sundries for the
Valley Island. A number.bf visitors
to the late iloral parade and carnival
r re retuinlug, to their hpmes in the
tlccmer. - -- v . '' - "
There were .no 1 arrivals of Inter
hland ve.sels this morning. '..The
Kllauea, from Hilo by the way of
Island ports, is expected to return at
an early hour . tomonow-. mornlns.
This vessel is to receive a prompt dis
patch fcr the Bg Island, getting away
fcr Hilo at 4. o'clock, instead of Z.
tomorrow afternoon. - , ; ' ; '
. ' , ' : Friday, Feb. 28. :
San Francisco Nippon ' Maru, JaD.
Etmr., a.m. " ' r ' -' - i. "v
' Salina Cruz via San Francisco
Missourlan, A.-H. S. S.,; a.m;y , ; -' ?
4 : r
. Thursday Feb. 27. -Kauai
ports W. O Hail; stmr., .
p.m. '' V ; - ,
Kahulul Honolulan.-.M.N. S. a.r 5
p.m. ' -.? ' ' :'' -I
. . , Friday, Feb. 28. -
Japan ports and Hongkong Nip
pon Maru,: Jap"- stmr.;- noon.
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Per T. K; K. S. S. Nippon Maru,
Feb. 28. For Honolulu": R. Mundy, P.
H. "vVeynichenk.' W.' A. Cameron, D.
S. A. Tillent. Mrs. P.H Vreynsch
cnk, S. G. Hinds,' J: A. McLaren. For
Yokohama: Miss Claire Cross, Mrs.
t . v nftDtipn. S. Nakimura, Mrs. S.
Nakamura. 11. Tanaka, JC . Tanaka. c,all
Mrs. J. .Tanaka. Mrs. 1. iuusj.
and infant and servant, Mr loshima
ru, E. Randolph and yalet-:S. Sae
gusa, K. Shirai. B.'Takagi, Master ; Y.
Tokunaga.: K. Urata, Mrs-X
n a'C!, rnr Khanchai: Miss Alice
geon, he having taken the place va
cated ty the resignation of Dr. Mc
Maban. - Dr. Reynolds will make bne
or more, trips in the vessel, he having
left the services the coasting com
panies to 1 try. his fortune in the Far
The revision committee of the Unit:
ed -States National Lawn Tennis As
Lociation has pent a letter to its members-
explaining a ..new and j stricter
rule regarding amateur standing, pro
posed for discussion at the; annual
treeting February 14.. This rule would
lorbid amateurs to accept from; any
4 hotel, club or -similar organization at
hicb a ; tournament ; is. jto .be held,
transportation board or lodging of any
secret or especially, reduced ; rate in
connection with the- tournament. .,
The letter was callad forth by re-,
cvnt criticism of the proposed .amend
ment which declared that "wHh such,
a rule la force we ..would .send no
De vie cup teams anywhere nor have
?ny California Invasion; each year."
The committee says that a false impression-might
be created by this
statement -It asserts 'that ; the .rui?
would not prevent the .NationaLAsso
ion sending a team abroad an t
They liaye. gone beyond that , point.
Maay letters' atd calea i have - been
euL. to -enarors ana omers or prom
inence who. might have influence with
Mr. WilsOfiV These messages t- have
come ,td Senators -Stnlth .of i Georgia,
Gore and Jthose rho 5 ittre , : men
tioned as exceptionally close to the
incoming chfef magistrate. ,r A lively
and active campaign for the governor
ship is .being "waged on' behalf of Mr.
McCandless. v 4 . ; :-V , . .
R, ; G. Rlvenburgh,. a prominent
Democratic politician of Hawaii, is on
the. ground in this city. I He is keep
ing, in close touch with . Hawaii and
Trenton., t No move - in the game is
made that - escapes ' his watchful eye.
the crucial moment
some hard licks - tan
Health and Police reported H. B. 35, be advantageously put in for Mr. Wal-
t6 set aside the Alewa tract in Hono-ler. Mr. Rivenburgh has many power-
lulu for a cemetery, unanimously rec-,rui friends here in .public life. It is
have proceeded much beyond the point quired to read the words printed oa
reached by the friends of Mr. ,Wal-! the slip in" such language or dialect,
Jvjr.V Friends otMr. McCandless,. both. two aliens coming in the same
here and in. cablegram from Honchl vessel of other vehicle xjt carriage of
v. M . ....j Vi. ri .. . i.L. TvononATTaHAn . K11 K 4't9&1 rtfV
the same slip. , . r : . ,
"That the followlAg classes of per
sons shall te exempt from the opera
tion" of the illiteracy test, to wits. All
aliens who shall prove to the satis
faction of the proper immlgratfon of
ficer of to the Secretary of Commerce
and Labor that -they are seeking ad
mission to the United States . solely
for the purpose of escaping from re
ligious persecution: all aliens Jn
transit ; through the United States,
all aliens who have been lawfully ad
mitted to the United States and who
later, shall go in transit from one part
of the United "States to 't another
through foreign contiguous territory.
: "Provided, That skilled labor, , It
otherwise admissable, may be import
ed; If labor of like kind, unemployed
can not be found in this country, and
the question of the necessity of im
porting such skilled labor in any-particular
instance . may be determined
by the Secretary of Commerce and
ommending its passage. Report adopt-, a safe bet tnat when the time Is at ! -Labor upon the application of- any
ed. ' -- v ' - -"v: hand he will do all: possible for theiPeron interested, such application to
, Health and police reported H. B.J selection of Mr, Waller.
59, relating to the sale or risn irom
duck ponds, recommending its pas-
sage.- Kepori aaopiea.' - ;
KfiSnev at Toronto v:
In the meantime V. A; Kinnev is at
Toronto, , He has been mentioned as
Health and police reported H. B.' 12, a possible condidate, but his .friends
relating to abatetpenf of nuisances, to say . he does not eve for the place,
repeal section which makes it illegal As , a Democrat he will doubtless take
.--.v- tt uouu tu iu tuuiiuveroy aiier ur.
th keen- watef in which
breed, recomniendini: it be tabled by
unanimous vote.' Report adopted.
r S.? R. No: 52 To congratulate and
thank Delegate Kuhio for his service
in-the "'territory's' behalf. da Silva.
Adopted bv vote of 19 to 11. . . .
H. R. 5J To request all territorial
department heads to send in payrolls
of .'last biennium. Kalakiela.' Adopted.
H. Ri 54 To authorize , the speaker
and chairman of accounts and expend
itures committee to pass on all -claims
rejected .by the auditor ''and approve
vouchers; for', their payment where
deemed proper. TavaresJ : Adopted.
Petitions. - ,; ' ,. , , '
, From twenty-five residents of Pau
oa valley, in Honolulu, asking appro
priation of $l,00a, for . completion of
sewer, system from corner Pauoa and
extension ; of V Fort street : to Luso
street bridge,, a ?distance of . about 700
feet Presented . by Kaniho.. .
Letters of administration on the
estate of Hans Heinrich - Boettiger
were issued; to Lawyer A. S. Humph
reys In the circuit court this morn
ibg. Bond was 'fixed at $2000.
! MR. AND MRS. GEORGE McEL
DOWNEY removedS-today - from the
Blaisdell to their new home, at 1836
Anapuni street. . t i ; i
Thomas .Luhdy, manager for Swift
& Co., at Philadelphia, was fined $400
for selling, eggs unfit for: food. .
r-n ' T.n ; iilliifflo ohTcf nf Hull
paying its expenses, nor the California housef sailed from New, York on Feb.
is tor a long stay in Eg-pt.
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Hi:: AV L. i Ryan. : For joto
I!rs. J. D. Bolton, Mis Mollis K. Ges
fcd, Mrs. V. C-High. F. agmann,
R..M.' Dick, Mrs. E. CKeeler, Mas
ter Chas. VHigh.' ;.. v . ;
United States Ambassador to Vienna
cr any other association paying the
expenses of teams sent East or any
vhere else. The rule "does not pr
hibit'a player frQm accepting expenses
ct the equivalent. ."from a tournament
committee . ' I : ";:;
The important ' difference, .betweeh
these two operations,'; the lattrr con
t;noes,'"is that in the one case a home
dubJor isolation, at a-financial ;a?
rifice.cnd Its representative to fake
inr -In In - romieutlon in orif r iu
Wilson assumes . the presidency. It
is said Mr. Kinney desires , to see a
fair and impartial ' man given the
governorship, . v .;
The friends of M4. Watson remain
'oyal to him, but. nanyjagree that
his healtli ls.such:aj to virtually make
his .active. candidacy;: impossible. ' v.
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Rlpptroeution will replace banging
as legal execution In Washington, D. ; ";c,;'ni"jrt
rr b..i noiiu. Mii; accused trio
accoruiuguj ' viamiifew
passed by the senate. .
James H. Geggetf, an orange grow
er of OroAille, CaU' has produced a
fruit which is a cross between a navei
orange and a grapefruiU
, With the es.tablishrng of the iden
tity of a revolver now in the posses
sion of Chief of Detectives McDuffle,
and believed to be the property of , a
Chinese gardener . living on .Upper
Nuuanu avenue, the police hope to
c'raw the, net around two Portuguese
and one. Hawaiian lad who are allegad
tc have figured ih a series of robber
ies in that district... ; ,
Some week - ago ; the premises of
t Oahu Country Club were entered
and during the night the cash register
v as broken open and a small sum of
honey extracted. .
The three men now held at the sta
tion pending further investigation
were seen around the grounds the v
before. Not being able to'account for
their presence there they were ordered
fway. ; '':,- ' -y .-'
. S veral other thef t perpetrated In
the vicinity are laid to the door of. too
....v.s . . jcnn'n 1 irnrL 'lna 'cuiuiicuwuu r. i
vrprpns. in-London for ns a-ui , tnh rr assorin-1 tion tnax
"uliI'tr Av-n th rumors, of tne;,i:.iu. v. u"" " . r. .T""r.U.,?VthAm a
iuu-irui-6, " - . rrhmiefi imn in tne oiner-a uiajrr i -
? lB tuciui a i" . ... tnx-a tticsco PtnprHPS S S i,u puiohj
(1 - ... . - rti iiiinu . o !..., 1 - - .
lusiness tran.actipn,spending what
ever the amount may be in. expect v
' . t .MniAV.h TT' ill
The U. S. government is watching
the gulf ports to prevent filibustering
expeditions to Nicaragua," which is said
to be again on the verge of revolt.
. The senate and the house met in the
ly declared Woodrow Wilson and form part of the proceedings, wh ich
be made before such importation, and
such determination by the Secretary
Of Commerce and Labor, to be
reached after a full hearing and an
Investigation, into the. facts of the
case; but such determination shall
not become final until a period of 30
days has elapsed. '
: - "Provided further," That whenever
the President shall be satisfied that
passports issued by any foreigik gov
ernment to its citizens of subjects to
go to any country other than the
United States or to any insular pos-sessfon-of
the United States. or to the
Canal Zone are being used for the
purpose of enabling the holder ' to
come to the continental territory of
the . United States to the detriment
of labor conditions therein, the Pres
ident shall refuse to permit such citl?
zens or subjects of the country issa
ing such passports to enter the con
tinental . territory of. the United
States from such other country or
from such insular possessions or
from the Canal Zone."
This act is to . take effect July 1.
1913. It repeals all other acts .incon
sistent . with the; provisions of this
measure. : ; .; - j -However,
Section 38 says: "Pro
vided, That this act shall not be con
strued to repeal,. alter or amend ex
isting laws relating to the immigra
tion or; exclusion of ; Chinese persons
or persons of Chinese descent."
By C. S. ALBERT
I Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence J:
WASHINGTON, a C, Feb. 14.
51 Iss Either : Foote, debutant?
daughter of Col. Stephen; M. Foote.
IT. S. A and Mrs. Foote," who spent
the last few days in . New York, . is
now at West Point, visiting Lieuten
ant and Mrs. Jacobs, where she will
remain until the latter part 0 the
month. ' .;,.. V ' -.;
1 The American colony in Berlin have
engaged the Zoological Gardens Rest
aurant, Berlin, for a celebration, on
february 22. of Wa.hington's Birth
day anniversary. - A musical program
and a brief address by Rear Aamirai
French E. Cbadwick, U.VS. X, will
return on the Investment Thomas Marshall to have been elected w"l be wound up by a supper and n
cate receipts or in increase.! president and vice-president of the dance.
. mf natrnnaee." United States. The secretary of commerce and la-
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bor and Mrs. Nagel will be4the guests
in honor of whom, Dr. and Mrs. Wil
liam HvWiImer will entertain at a
dinner on February 27.
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CoL W.. C. Oofgas, U. Sj: A and
Mrs. Gorgas hive, announced the en
Taft administration, and will lea ;
Washington on March 5 for Pa' .
Beach, Fla., where. It. has been th: -custom
..to spend the spring lor sc:.. :
years past. . .. : ;, . , , , ,v .
:TheywJJl make, their home at tr. ;
Royal Polnclana until it. closes,-.- w.? :
hhey will make; a leisurely retira i
gcgement of their daughter, Aileen; to ; vashingtpn . They will stop at ti.
Mr. WilUam D. Wrightson. - The mar- Hot springs ' In Arkansas, and ether
riage will take place April Z3 at me jpIace8 anr will arrive here in tlma tc
residence or coi. ana Airs, uorgas m
Panama.' : ' - -i
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The Secretary of State; and . Mrs.
spend May In the capital. ...
A substantial Increase la wdir.'j L
been granted blacksmiths, Mch'.r.I-
Knor have made their plans to exlend tloflermakers and their he!r :ri ;y t:.3
some months beyond the close of tiie Delaware & Hudjon Tairrc . 1 Vx '
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