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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915.
On the Other Islands
Tourist Building Hawaii Home.
H. H. Thompson, a wealthy banker
of Denver, Colorado, haB purchased a
large lot at Walklkl and Is preparing
to build a $10,000 home upon it. He
and his family will spend a part of
each year In the Islands.
Hawaiian Youth Drowned.
Chas. Kanai, a 17-year old boy em
ployed at the quarry at Kukulhaeie,
Hawaii, in getting out stone for the
Hilo breakwater, was drowned while
helping with the loading of barges,
last week. A big wave swamped the
boat in which the boy was working
and he drowned before help could
reach him. He was a good swimmer
and it is thought he was stunned
when the boat overturned. It was
his first day at the works.
Kapaa to Get Railroad.
Governor Pinkham has outlined his
policy with reference to railroads
crossing government land, and as a
result it is stated that the legislature
will be asked to grant a franchise
for a road that is intended to tap the
Kapaa homesteads on Kauai. The
permanency of the homesteaders on
this tract is said to be dependent
on securing a railroad for handling
Opposing Japanese Lantern Parade.
A movement has been started
among the Japanese in Honolulu in
opposition to the Japanese lantern
parade feature being arranged in con
nection with the Carnival, on the
ground that it will give mainlanders
a wrong impression of Hawaii. One
of the Japanese newspapers is back
ing the movement.
Hundreds of fences surrounding res
idences in Honolulu were removed
this week as a result of an anti-fence
crusade backed by the Ad Club. The
move is one designed to improve the
appearance of the city.
Opium Robbery Cose Breaks.
John T. Scully, Henry B. Lewis, and
J. J. McGrath were arrested in Hono
lulu this week charged with operat
ing a "badger game" by which sev
eral thousand dollars were obtained
from various Chinese. According to
the police the gang of which this
trio is a part, has victimized Chinese
by offering to sell them opium at a
very low figure, and then robbing
them of the money by deliberate hold
up at the point of a gun, or by turn
ing over to them a package of poi or
molasses in guise of the desired drug.
The men are also alleged to have Im
personated customs house officers in
working their game. The caso prom
ises to be a very hard fought one.
Strange Assault Case Reported.
With her clothing torn and her face
and body bruised, a young woman glv-
ing the namo of Mrs. Merleman,
sought the protection of the house'
keeper in the Moana Hotel annex,
about a week ago. She claimed to
have been enticed into an automo
bile and assaulted by a man named
Turner, and that she had escaped
from her assailant after a desperate
fight. The grand jury is investigat
ing the case. It is reported that the
woman is the wife of a soldier and
that the name she gave Is an assum
Kauai Man Killed By Fall.
Charles Ah Nee, aged about 27, en
gineer'of the Llhue Electric Light &
Power Company's branch at Walmea
fell down a cliff on the Olokele ditch
trail Sunday afternoon and died a few
hours later as a result of his injur
Kauai May Try Bond Plan.
County bonds to the amount of
$100,000 will probably be voted upon
by the people of Kauai. The plan
was discussed at a meeting of the
Kauai chamber of commerce last
week and generally approved. The
money is needed In order to build
a strip of road between Mana and
ANOTHER FRIEND OF HAWAII
Frederick H. Newell, for thirteen
years head of the U. S. reclamation
service, and familiarly known as the
"Father of Reclamation," has been re
moved by Secretary of the Interior
Lane. No cause has been made i-i.v
lie. Mr. Newell visited all of the Is
lands several years ago and was in-
trumental in having the hydrog.-aphl
survey work inaugurated.
The schooner Muriel got ayay on
Wednesday from Hana witty a Mil
cargo of sugar for the Coast refiner-
leg. She carried in all 13,766 bags.
FARMING AND FARM PROGRESS
Things Being Done and Attempted in the Agricultural Field.
Onions a Promising Crop.
That onions will come to be a very
profitable crop In the district, s the
opinion of a number of the Kuiaha
honiesteadeis who have been experi
menting with the tear-producers for
the past two or throfc years. Geo.
Wilbur has just hapested several
hundred pounds of exceptionally good
Bermuda onions ,an he plans to try
these on a largnr cale another sea
son; and also ta i-ovide for irrigat
ing the crop, wMch cannot stand a
lack of water.
rrof. F. G. Krnuss, in an experi
mental onion patch, has apparently
proved that the Kuiaha soil3 are im
proved for onions by liming. The
contrast between the portions limed
and not limed is very marked. Mr.
Wilbur fertilized his onions with bone
raeal, and ascribes his success to this.
Experimental Poultry Plant.
A detailed study of poultry raising
is to be undertaken by the Glenwood
sub-station of the U. S. Experiment
Curing Hay by Artificial Heat.
That curing hay by artificial heat is
not only economically possible, but at
the same time secures a better pro
duct than is possible by sun drying,
has been demonstrated by the U. S.
Department of Agriculture on the
mainland. The Hawaii Experiment
Station is now planning to give the
scheme a try-out in the Islands, where
uncertain weather conditions make
the production of hay practically im
possible by ordinary means.
Pineapple Cultural Experiments
Since the extremely wet summer.
the yellowing of large sections of
many pineapple fields is causing Borne
worry to growers in the Haiku dis
trict. It is generally ascribed to pool
drainage. With the improved weather
conditions of the past two months the
OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
Hawaii Will Be Unforgot.
Twelve Britishers from these Is
lands left for the Old Country by the
S. Niagara on Thursday, where
they will join the various branches of
the King's service. This brings up
the number gone from here to help
their country in her hour of need, to
thirty-two. It is said that as many
mote are awaiting opportunity to pro
ceed to the war zone. Little Hawaii
has indeed done nobly in response to
England's call to her sons in the far
corners of the earth. The tceno on
the wharf was an inspiring one when,
as the great liner slowly loft her dock,
God Save the King" was sung by tto
great crowd assembled on the wharf
Then "Scots Wha Hae" was rendered
with fervor by the large number of
Scotchmen present, and sung as if the
original import of the stirring lines
we:e heavy upon the singers. It'll
be a long way back to Honolulu, but
may one and all of the brave souls
who have shown that Nelsons im
mortal words have lost nothing of
their potency, be spared to return
safe and sound to these far isles of
Maui Players Good
Sports Says Honolulu
Maul can justly be proud of the
bunch of live boosters who make the
Valley Idle their home. Regardless of
there being no guarantee nor any part
of their expenses paid, the Maui
baseball team will come to Honolulu
and take part in the Carnival base
ball series, taking a chanco on making
both ends meet.
Chairman Kelly Henshaw of the
carnival baseball series, who by the
way, ha3 arranged a most attractive
series, has woid from the Valley Isle
aggregation to count them in on the
series and to arrange a game or two
on the side, if possible. Henshaw
has put the matter up to the Twenty-
fifth Infantry team and the soldiers
have shown a spirit of true sports
manship by offering to play the Maui
boys and to give them the long end
of the gate receipts, whether they
win, lose or draw. Kelly will also
try and arrange a game for the Maul
team with the Chinese or All-Oahus.
In the meantime Henshaw is rapid
ly winding up his arrangements and
within a day or two will have every
thing in shipshape for the first game
of the series which is scheduled to
be played February 20, beginning at
4 o'clock with the Mauis and Asahis
as the the contesting teams. P. C.
fields have largely been cleaned of
weed growth and cultivation resumed,
and the plants are believed to be
looking better. Prof. Krauss has in
augurated a number of experiments
in this line which will doubtless be
watched with Interest by all pine
apple growers in the district. One of
these experiments is the running of a
sub-soiler between the rows, which
opens the soil to a depth of about 8
inches, with a minimum disturbance
of t oot growth. Another experiment is
in mulching between the rows with
the weed and grass growth removed,
with the idea of its serving the triple
purpose of conserving moisture, re
tarding further weed growth, and sav
ing the labor item of removing it
from the fields. It of course also
saves to the land several tons of plant
food in the shape of humu3. Prof.
Krauss has scattered these experi
mental rows through his own fields,
and will be able to check the results
Two Bulletins of Value.
Two bulletins have just been issued
by the Hawaii Experiment Station,
which are of general value .and of
especial interest to pineapple grow
ers. ' Both are by F. G. Krauss, sup
erintendent of the station's exten
sion work. One describes a plank
drag, or "cold-masher," designed to
pulverize, level and firm the peed bed
after plowing and harrowing pioi.c,a
tory ot planting. The other bulletin
describes in detail the method of us
ing arsenite of soda as a spray in k.'.l
ing weeds in pineapple fields, as
worked out by Prof. Krauss.
Celery and Califlower Sell Well.
The Territorial marketing division
reports that some unusually fine is
land grown celery, and some cauli
flower equal to any imported from
the coast, found a ready sale last
week. It was grown in the Kailua
district of Oahu.
the ocean, where there is neither war
nor tumult, but where reign prosper
ity and peace. Tropic Topics.,
K. of P.'s Boost For Maul.
The Pytliians who returned from
the Maui excursion are mighty good
boosters for the beauties of the Val
ley Isle and for the hospitality of
its people. Star-Bulletin.
The Wrong Law.
The so-called federal "white slave"
law was intended as society's weapon
against those unspeakable individuals
who traffic in immorality for commer
cial gain. Was it ever intended to be
put to use in caf.es of irregular and
illicit relations between the texes? In
attempting to stretch the "white
slave" law to cover a case where a
temaie was not exploited for a com
mercial purpose, the proseouting offi
cer or the grand jury simply invites
defeat when the case comes to trial
a defeat that may be emphasized
by the tacit admission of the con
venient "nolle pros." Star-Bulletin.
Fish Pond Case Now
in Supreme Court
The appeal of Eugene Murphy from
the opinion of District Magistrate
Conradt, in the famous Molokal fish
pond case, was filed in the supreme
court last week. This is the case in
which Murphy claims that when Sher
iff Crowell sold the lease of a certain
fish pond nothing was said about the
contents, and as a consequence the
fish were 'cot included. Murphy sued
H. R. Hitchcock and O. Tollefson for
the value of 2465 mullets taken from
the pond, and for damages to his feel
ings, etc., in all $300.
Incidentally this is the case the
recounting of which tripped up the
Maui Shiinbun about t-vo weeks a.?o
when it referred to the attorney In
such terms that the latter immediate
ly instituted suit for $10,000 damages
against the editor and proprietor of
the paper for libel.
The three games In which Maui is
scheduled are: February 20, with
Asahis; February 22, with 25th Infan
try; February 25, with Chinese. The
second game will be but 7 innings
long on account of other athletic
Donald Brown, of Haiku, leaves to
day for Honolulu to be gone until
after the carnivaL
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordance with the terms of Act 151
of the Session Laws of 1913, a Pri
mary Election for the purpose of mak
ing nominations for County Offices
within the Counties of Hawaii, Maui,
and Kauai, as more particularly here
inafter set forth, will be held on
SATURDAY, the 13th day of MARCH,
A. D. 1915, throughout said counties,
between the hours of eight o'clock a.
m., and five o'clock, p. m.
The county offices in the different
counties for which candidates are to
be nominated by each political party
at such Primary Election within the
said counties are as follows:
COUNTY OF MAUI. .
ONE COUNTY CLERK
ONE COUNTY ATTORNEY
FIVE SUPERVISORS, four to be
elected as members only while the
fifth shall be elected as Chairman
and Executive Officer of the board.
The districts, precincts and polling
places in said counties are as follows:
COUNTY OF MAUI
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DIS
TRICT The Islands of Maui, Molo
kal, Lanal and Kahoolawe.
FIRST PRECINCT The Island of
Lanal. Polling Place, Kahalepalaoa
SECOND PRECINCT The portion
of Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, northeasterly of the north boun
dary of Honokowai. Pollins Place,
Honolua ranch store, Honokohua.
THIRD PRECINCT The portion of
Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, between the second precinct
and the north boundary of Olowalu.
Polling Place, Lahaina Court House.
FOURTH PRECINCT The remain
der of Lahaina District. Polling Place,
Olowalu school house.
FIFTH PRECINCT The portion of
Wailuku District south of Walehu and
west of a line from the mouth of the
Wailuku Stream along the sand hills
to the sea at Maalaea Bay. Polling
Place, Wailuku Court House.
SIXTH PRECINCT The portion of
Wailuku District north of the south
boundary of Waiehu. Polling Place,
SEVENTH- PRECINCT The por
tion of Wailuku District between the
fifth precinct and the Makawao Dis
trict. Polling place, Puunene School-
EIGHTH PRECINCT The portion
of Makawao District bounded as fol
lows: On the west by the east edge
of the Maliko Gulch; on the no.'.th by
the sea; on the east by the west edge
of the Halehaku Gulch; and on the
south by a line along the Makawao
Huelo Road to its function with the
new Hamakua Ditch in the bottom of
the Huluhulu-nui or Kaupakulua
Gulch, thence along the new Hama
kua Ditch to the east edge of the Ma
liko Gulch. Polling place, Kuiaha
NINTH PRECINCT Honuaula and
the Island of Kahoolawe. Polling
place, Honuaula court house.
TENTH PRECINCT The portion of
Makawao District between the ninth
precinct and the bed of Walell Gulch
Polling place, Keokea schoolliouse.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of Makawao District bounded as
follows: On the west and north by
the Wailuku District and the new
Hamakua Ditch to its junction with
the Makawao-Huelo Road in the bot
torn of the Huluhulu-nul or Kaupaku
lua Gulch, thence along said road to
the Halehaku Gulch; on the east by
the west edge of the Halehaku Gulch;
and on the south by the Tenth Pre
clnct. Polling place, Makawao school
TWELFTH PRECINCT The por
tion of Makawao District north of the
Eleventh Precinct south of the sea and
berween the east edge of the Maliko
Gulch and the boundary of Wailuku
District. Polling place, Paia School
THIRTEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of Makawao District east of
the bed of Halehaku Gulch. Polling
place, Huelo schoolhouse.
FOURTEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of Hara District northwest of
the Kapaula stream. Polling place
FIFTEENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of Hana District between the
fourteenth precinct and the Hana
Koolau boundary. Polling place, Na-
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of Hana District between the fif
teenth precinct and Kipahulu. Poll
Ing place, Hana Courthouse.
SEVENTEENTH PRECINCT Kl
panuiu. Polling piacfc, Kipahulu
EIGHTEENTH PRECINCT The
remiander of Hana District, including
Kaupo and Kahikinui. Polling place,
NINETEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of the Island of Molokai north
of a line running along the bed of
the Honouiiwal gulch, the southern
boundary of Halawa and the top of
the ridge between Wallau and Hala-
a. Polling , place, Halawa school-
TWENTIETH PRECINCT The
portion of the Island of Molokai
bounded on the east by the nineteenth
precinct and on the west by the ast
boundary of Kawela and the Kalawao
District. Polling place, Pukoo cou:t
house. TWENTY-FIRST PRECINCT The
remainder of the Island of Molokai,
excepting the Kalawpo District. Poll
ing place, Kaunakakai sehorihouse.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the Great Seal of the Territory of
Hawaii to be affixed.
DONE at the Capitol in Honolulu,
this 4th day of January, A. D.
WADE WARREN THAYER,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 13.
HOOLAHA KOHO BALOTA WAE
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei i ku-
like me na hooakaka a ke Kanawai
151 o na Kanawai Kau o 1913, he Koho
Balota Wao Moho, no ka wae moho,
ana 1 na Iuna Kalana, no na Kalana
Hawaii, Maui me Kauai, e like me
ia 1 hoike maopopoia mahope iho nei,
ke malamaia ana ma ka POAONO,
ka la 13 o MARAKI, M. H. 1915, ma
loko o na Kalana 1 Oleloia, mawaena
ka hora 8 o ke kakahiaka a me ka
hora 5 o ka auina la.
O na luna Kalana i loko o na kalana
like olo no lakou na moho e waeia
ana e kela a me keia aoao kalaiaina
ke koho balota wae moho, iloko o
na Kalana 1 oleloia e kulike no ia
me keia mahope iho nei.
KALANA O MAUI.
HOOKAHI KAKAUOLELO O KE
HOOKAHI LOIO KALANA.
ELIMA LUNAKIAI, eha e kohoia i
mau lala wale no, a o ka lima hoi e
kohoia 1 lunahoomalu no ka Papa.
0 na apana, na mahele a me na
wahl koho iloko o na kalana 1 oleloia
e kulike no ia me kela mahope iho
APANA LUNAMAKAAINANA E-
KOLU Na Mokupuni o Maul, Molo
kai, Lanal, a me Kahoolawe.
Mahele Ekahi Na Mokupuni o La
nai. Wahi koho, haleukana ma Kaha
Mahele Elua Kela mahele o ka A-
pana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni o
Maul, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka
palena akau o Honokowai. Wahi ko
ho, Halekuai Honolua Ranch, Hono
Mahele Ekolu Kela mahele o ka
Apana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni o
Maui, mawaena o ka mahele elua ma
ka palena akau o Olowalu. Wahi ko
ho. Hale Hookolokolo o Lahaina.
Mahele Eha Ka koena iho o ka A-
pana o Lahaina. Wahi koho, Hale
kula o Olowalu.
Mahele Elima Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Wailuku ma ka aoao hema
ka palena o Waiehu o komohana
hoi o kekahl laina mat ka waha mai
o ka muliwal o Wailuku a holo ma ka
laina o na puu one a hlkl i ke kai ma
ke awa o Maalaea. Wahl koho, Hale
hookolokolo o Wailuku.
Mahele Eono Ka mahele o ka Apa
na o Wailuku ma ka akau o ka palena
hema o Waihee. Wahi koho, halekula
Mahele Ehiku Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Wailuku mawaena o ka ma
hele elima me ka apana o Makawao
Wahi koho, Halekula o Puunene.
Mahele Ewalu Ka mahele o ka A-
pana o Makawao nona na palena i
kulike no ia me keia mahope iho nei:
Ma ke Komohana ke kae hikina o ka
Kahawai o Maliko; jna ka akau ke
kai; ma ka hikina ke kae komohana
o ke Kahawai o Halehaku: a ma ka
hema oia no kekahl laina e holo ana
ma ka alanul MakawaoHuelo a hiki
ka hui ana me ka auwai hou
Hamakua 1 ka papaku a Huluhulu-nui
oia hoi ke Kahawai o Kaupakulua, a
mai laila aku e holo ana ma ka auwai
hou o Hamakua a hiki 1 ke' kae hikina
o ke Kahawai o Maliko. Wahi Koho
Halekula o Kuiaha.
Mahele Eiwa Honuaula me ka Mo
kupuni o Kahoolawe. Wahl Koho,
Hale hookolokolo o Honuaula.
Mahele Umi Ka mahele o ka Apa
na o Makawao mawaena o ka mahel
eiwa me ka owawa o Waieli. Wahi
koho, Halekula o Keokea.
Maneio umiKumamakam Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Makawao nona na
palena i kulike no ia mo kela mahope
iho nei: Ma ke komohana a me ka
akau, ka Apana o Wailuku a me ka
auwai hou o Hamakua a hiki i hui ana
me ka Alanul Makawao-Huelo 1 ka pa
paku o Huluhulu-nul oia hoi ke kaha
wal o Kaupakulua, a mai laila ak
ma ke alanul i oleloia a hiki i ke Ka
hawai o Halehaku; ma ka hikina, k
kae komohana o ke kahawai o Hale
haku; a me ka hema, ka hema ka
mahele Umi. Wahl koho, Halekula
Mahele Umikumamalua Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka akau
o ka mahele Umikumamakahi, hema
o ke kai a mawaena o ke kae hikina
o ke Kahawai o Maliko a me ka pa
lena o ka Apana o Wailuku. Wahl
koho, Halekula o Paia.
Mahele Umikumamakolu Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka
hikina o ke kahawai o Halehaku.
Wahi koho, Halekula o Huelo.
Mahele Umikuniamaha Ka mahele
o ka Apana o Hana ma ka akau komo
hana o ke Kahawai o Kaupaula. Wahl
koho, Halekula o Keanae.
Mallole Umikumamallma Ka ma-'
hele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena o
ka mahele umikuniamaha me ka pa
lena o Hana me Koolau. Wahi koho,
Halekula o Nahiku.
Mahele Umikumamaono Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o Hana mawaena o ka
mahele umikumamallma me Kipahulu.
Wahl koho, Hale hookolokolo o Hana.
Mahele Umikuniamahiku Kipahulu,
Wahi koho, Hale hookolokolo o Kipa
hulu. Mahele Umikumamawalu Ke koe
na o ka Apana o Hana, hui pu ana ia
Kaupo me Kahikinui. Wahi koho,
Halekula o Kaupo.
Mahele Umikumamaiwa Ka mahe
le o ka Mokupuni o Molokai akau o
kekahl laina e holo ana mawaena o
ka papaku o ke kahawai o Honouiiwal,
a palena hema o Halawa a me ka
kokua o ke kuahiwi pale ia Wailau
me Halawa. Wahi koho, Halekula o
Mahele Iwakalua Ka mahele o ka
Mokupuni o Molokai 1 apoia ma ka hi
kina a ka mahele umikumamaiwa, a
ma ke komohana o ka palena hikina
Kawela a me ka Apana o Kalawao.
Wahi koho, halehookolokolo o Pukoo.
Mahele Iwakaluakumamakahi Ke
koena o ka mokupuni o Molokai a koe
aku la Apana o Kalawao. Wahl koho,
Halekula o Kaunakakal.
I HOIKE NO KEIA, ua kau iho au i
ko'u lima a ua hoopili pu hoi 1 ka
Sila Nui o ka Teritori o Hawaii.
HANAIA ma ke Kapitola ma Ho
nolulu, i keia la 4 o IanuarL
M. II. 1913.
WADE WARREN THAYER,
Kakauolelo o ka Terltore.
Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 13.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
Notice is hcreoy given that under
the power of sale contained in that
certain mortgage dated the 20th day
of April, A. D. 1909, from T. Kozukl
of Paia, County ot Maui, T. H., to the
Baldwin National Bank of Kahului, a
United States Banking Corporation,
doing business at Kahului, County of
Maui, aforesaid, recorded In the Reg
istry Office at Honolulu, in Liber 394
on pages 364, 365 and 366, the owner
and holder thereof Intends to fore-
cloEe the same and sell the mortgag
ed property therein named, because
of the non-payment of the principal
and interest due in the promissory
note secured thereby. The above
mentioned mortgage was given to se
cure the payment of a promissory
note for SEVEN HUNDRED DOL
LARS of even date therewith, payable
one day after date, bearing interest
at the rate of 10 percent per annum,
executed by the said T. Kozukl and
payable to the order of the said Bald
win National Bank of Kahului.
Notico is likewise given that after
the expiration of three weeks after
date of first publication of this no
tice to wit, on Saturday, the 6th day
of March, 1915, at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, the said mortgaged prop
erty, for the reasons above stated,
will be sold at public auction at the
front entrance to the Baldwin Na
tional Bank of Kahului, in the town
of Kahului, District of Wailuku,
County of Maui, T. H.
Terms of sale: CASH.
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply 'o the
Baldwin National Bank of Kahului.
BALDWIN NATIONAL BANK OF
D. C. LINDSAY.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TENDED TO BE SOLD.
One Story Building; One Dwelling
House; One Blacksmith Shop; and
other small houses situated at Paia,
Maui, Makai of the I'aia Kahului gov
ernment road, opposite the Alont,
Store, on land leased from the Kahu
lui Railroad Co.
Feb. 13, 20, 27. 1315.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
K. J. WALSH, C. C.
H. A. HANSKN, K. R. & S.