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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1915.
lion Williams, of Puuncno, returned
tms wcok from a week's visit In Ho
nolulu. C. T. Dnllcy, of the hydrographlc
survey stnff, Is spending a few days
Miss Minnie Chtpman Is the guest
lor Holidays or Mrs. Hoywood, of Ita'
James Lindsay, of Haiku, returned
by Tuesday's Claudlnc from a two
week's visit to Honolulu.
Mrs. W. F. I'ogue, who has been at
Keanao for the past two weeks, ai
rived homo this morning.
Lt. Fred V. Wlchman, of Honolulu,
came over this morning to attend the
National Guard ball tonight.
O. K. Larlson, head of tho hydrogra
phlc survey scrvico of the Islands, is
on Maul this week on busincs.
S. A. Baldwin left by the Wilhol
mina from Honolulu on Wednesday on
a business trip to the Coast.
L. D. Warren, the well known Ho
nolulu horseman, was an arrival this
morning to attend the races tomor
row. Judge W. S. Edlngs returned i. 's
morning from Honolulu where ho
spent the Christmas holidays with
County Engineer J. H. Cox spent
Christmas with his parents in Hono
lulu, returning by tho Claudine on
William McCluskey, supervising
principal of the Maui public schools,
has returned from a few days in Ho
nolulu. Acting Circuit Clerk W. S. Chilling
worth, returned on Wednesday from
Honolulu where he spent Christmas
Miss Kittle Groves, of Keanao, and
her guest, Miss Leonore Coheir, of
Kipahulu, are in Wailuku, tho guests
of Mrs. W. P. Poguo.
D. F. Balsh, engineer of tho loan
fund commission, returned on Tues
day from Honolulu where ho spent
Christmas with friends.
Mrs. V. C. Schoenbcrg, of Lahalna,
who has been visiting on the main
land for some months, is expected to
leave for home next week.
Mrs. W. M. Wcddick of Wailuku, re
turned Home this week by the Manoa
after spending several months visit
ing friends on the mainland.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Taylor, of Ha
makuapoko, who have been visiting on
the coast for some weeks, returned
home by the Manoa this week.
S. E. Kalama, chairman of the board
of supervisors, who has been ill at
his home in Makawao for the past two
weeks, is again able to bo about.
J. P. Rock, botanist of the College
of Hawaii, is spending his vacation
on Maul, making a collection of cer
tain specimens of flora during his
. H. S. Kelloy, of tho Paradise of the
Pacific force. Honolulu, Is spending a
, week's vacation on Maui. He expects
to visit the Volcano before returning
Mr. W. I. Whitscl, the Millionaire
Cattle King of Kansas City and Mrs.
Whltsel, aro visiting tho Island and
will spend sometime in Wailuku,
guests of Mr. A. J. do Souza.
Tho Wailuku Orpheum will reopen
tomorrow night for tho first time un
der new management. Tho house has
been completely overhauled, and pre
sents a very handsome appearance.
Leslie Scott, foreman of the Maul
Publishing Company, returned on
Tuesday from Honolulu whero he
spent Christmas with his family. Ho
expects to soon move his family to
Miss Inga Orner, tho noted Norwe
gian soprano, arrived from Honolulu
by the Manoa this morning, and is
registered at the Maul Hotel. It is
understood that she will givo two
songs recitals on Maul next week.
Word ha3 just reached Maui of the
death of Mrs. Dumas, mother of Mrs.
W. L. Marshall, formerly of Wailu
ku, but now of Porto Rico. Tho de
ceased was well known on Maui,
where many friends will learn of her
taking away with sorrow.
W. W, Coodale, manager of tho
Waialua Agricultural Company, ac
companied by his wife, and Lt Raw
son Warren, of tho 4th Cavalry, and
his wife, are spending a two week's
vacation on Maul. They have been
guests at tho Maui Hotel. Mr. and
Mrs. Warren made tho ascent of Ha
leakala on Wednesday.
JAPANESE HORSEMAN DIES.
S. Kiya, a well known Japanese
horse owner nnd trainer of Wailuku,
-died in Malulani Hospital on laijt
Monday after a several months! illness
from a chronic organic allmont from
which lie had long boon a sufferer.
Ho was 43 years of age.
HUNTING FOR PINEAPPLE SEED.
Pineapple seeds aro almost ns
scarco as lion's teeth. About ono fruit
In a million has them. Tho packers
want new pineapple varieties and so
want seed. To got tho ono in a mil
lion seed-bearing fruit thoy havo post
ed a standing reward in tho factories,
tho laboror who finds ono and turns lt
in gots a day off on full pay. As a
result, a stock of several hundred
pineapple seeds has been collected
from tho autumn pack, and more will
undoubtedly be forthcoming noxt sum
mer, Ono cood seed planted now
may be tho i'ororunner of a variety
which will bo just what iho planters
ncd ton years hence. Ad'rtJsor
t n..j: a n i. ic
i milium ruiagrapns $
The board of supervisors will hold
us January meeting beginning on
weonesuny, January 12.
The Wnmnim' Gnllil of llio rlmrnli
of tho Good Shepherd will hold Its re
cular monthlv mpntlnc wlfli AIrn .T
S. Aiken, Kahulul, Tuesday, January 4.
iuiu at z:uu p. in,
Tho steamer Mauna Ken, on her up
trip, last Saturday evening, was un
nble to land either mall or passengers
at Laliaina on nrcount of tho rough
weather on the southern side of the-
island. Tho landing was made, how
ever on tho following Monday, the
weather having moderated.
Military Balf Will
Be Event of Season
The first big military ball ever tc
bo held on Maul take? place tonight
Everything is In readiness, and tin
work of the various committees is
being put through with true mill
tary precision and thoroughness
The Armory, which has just beei
enlarged by tho addition of 2."
feet to Its length, is beautifully di?
corated. It Is now assured that tin
attendance will bo larger than oi
almost any other similar affair evci
held on Maui.
Tho entertainment committee an
nounces that it has a lot of lenturer
to present which will include the worl
of some of tho best Honolulu talent
General Sam I. Johnson, who will
lead the grand march, arrived from
Honolulu this morning. A number
of Honolulu staff officers are akio
The Fourth Cavalry Hand Is also on
hand, nnd will nltcrnatc with Mary
Hoffman's quintet club in furnishing
the music for tho dancing.
Wailuku School To
Have Lecture Cause
Through tho efforts of Miss Ciick-
ard, principal of tho Wailuku Public
School, a series of lectures has been
arranged for the coming school, term,
to be given in the assembly room of
tho school on the second and fourth
Fridays of each month. These lec
tures will be by well known Maul
citizens, and will be on topics of
general interest. While tho talks are
intended primarily for the pupils oi
the Sixth, Seventh and Eighth grades
of tho school, an Invitation will be ex
tended to the public generally to at
tend. Besides tho lectures on these oc
casions, a vciy short program will be
given each time by the school pupils,
which should bo of interest to parents
and friends of the young people.
Tho first talk will be given by I).
H. Case, on Friday, January 11th, and
the subject of his discourse will bo an
nounced later. Among tho other
sneakers who have consented to help
out iu this course aro L. R. Mathews-,
Dr. William Osmers, Senator H. r.
Penhallow, Rev. It. B. Dodge, Mrs. W.
H. Field, Prosecuting Attorney E. II.
Bovins, Rov. J. Charles Vllliers, Mrs.
L. R. Mathews, and Rev. A. C. Bow
dish. Other names may bo announced
later, as arrangements are made.
Filipinos of Maui
Celebrate Rizal Day
In memory of Dr. Jose Rizal, th"
Filipino patriot, who was executed b'-
tho Spanish authorities on charge of
treason, Filipinos of all Hawaii cele
brated yesterday, December CO, tu n
holiday, with big gatherings at many
places. On Maul not only was Timrs
day given over to holiday-mak'ntf but
today and tomorrow will be merged
Into the celebration as well.
Bic meetings were held at Hamr-
kuapoko, at Haiku, and at Wnihee.
These included speeches anil leasung.
Most of tho addresses were of a -patriotic
character, and almost all speak
ers urged loyalty to the United Staler.
At Haiku the pineapple cannery
employees of the Filipino race, list
ened to addresses by Jose DIas t and1
do Damaso, Joo Arbelada, Pedro M.
Esqueras, and by some of tho white
officials of tho Haiku Fruit & Packing
Company, including C. E. Barter, IT.
C. Smith, W. G. Partridge, and H.
At Hamakuapoko tho speakers were
Joo Arbelada, Francisco Pinrhrii.
Joso Dias, MIriano Alfaro, Condida
Damazo, and Luclo Lulas. Pedro Es
queras acted as toast-master at this
Honolulu Crooks Are
Here For Race Meet
Sheriff Crowell has been warned by
Honolulu police that a .inumbor of
card sharpors nnd other crooks of the
city, havo como to Maul to take in tho
races. At least ono of too bunch re
cently caught in tho New Allangton
raid, and lined $250 each, is known to
bo horo. Ho is said to bo a top-no't-clier
in his profession. The wise ones
will steer clear of any "littlo games"
suggested during tho next few days.
Tho minister who is so literal about
following the idea of "turning the
other cheek" should, to bo consistent,
give all that ho has to tho poor, go
without scrip or purse, clear the
money-changers from tho temples,
fast forty days, preach on the soa
shoro, eat with publicans and sinnora,
go up Into a mountain to pray, have
no placo to lay his hoad, and other
wise imltato tho life of Christ, Tho
Christmas Storm Is
General In Islands
Small Properly Loss On Maui, But
Eight Lives Are Lost. Other Is
land Suffer From Wind and Rain.
Tho kona storm which had been
'uewing for n week or more, broke
oer Maul at nn early hour Christmas
norntng, and lor three days tho rain
i all was almost continuous. On Tues
day evening tho trade winds became
le-cstabllshod, and conditions are
.igaln about normal. It wns a wet
Christmas, but tho spirit or good cheer
prevailed generally in spite of ndverso
While all parts of Maul received a
-renerous share of the deluge, tho
.itorm was probably most severe in
.ho Ulupalnkua and Kona sections,
hero the rain nt times attained cloud
iurst proportions. However no great
mount of damage to life or property
ms been reported, save the tragedy
.irhich cost eight lives in tho Kilicl
ectlon, an account of which occurs in
3her Islands Suffer. ,
On.hu and Kauai, and Hawaii all ex
perienced extremely heavy rainfall on
he southern coasts, and much damage
is reported. On Oahu many of tho
barracks buildings at Schofleld were
unroofed by heavy wind, and several
s-oldiers wore seriously Injured. At
Port Allen, Kauai, the Chilian bark
fvanhoe, recently at Kahulul with car
go of nitrates, dragged her anchors
md went upon tho locks, being a
complete loss. Two members of the
bark's crew lost their lives
Tho Mutual Telephone Company's
wireless plant at Lahalna was out of
"ommission a portion of Monday, on
account of damage from high wind;
while tho Oahu and Kauai stations
lost their aerials which interrupted
service for some time. Static condl
'ions also have interfered considerably
with the scrvico during the past week,
it being necessary at times to rc'.ay
messnges between Honolulu and Ha
waii through tho Maui station.
Tells of New Ways
To Use Roselle Fruit
The crop of roselle Is not finding
as ready a sale as its worth warrants,
says a leaflet issued recently from
the Extension Division of tho federal
experiment station. It may be used
in a number of ways.
In her book, "How to Use Hawai
ian Fruit," Miss Alexander gives nine
iccipes for roselle. As jolly or jam
roselle Is similar to cranberry. Rosel
lo and pineapple combined make a de
licious jelly or jam. Mrs. Watson, of
Iaiku, gives tho following recipes:
Boli 1 lbs. roselle calyx, 1 qt.
,ratcd pineapple and 1 qt. water for
iftcen minutes. Add a cup of sugar
i.j a cup of juice and boil until it
Make tho same as tho jam, but
Main tho juice through a bag before
id ling tho sugar.
Roselle is now on sale at tho Ter
itorlal Marketing Division. House
.e"pors on Maui may havo it mailed
io ihem from Haiku at five cents a
nound, postpaid. Address tho Exten
t-ion Division at Haiku, and tho order
vlll bo passed on to a grower.
EXCURSION CALLED OFF.
neeauso of the kona storm last
week, which did a great deal of dam-
iro at Schofleld Barracks, tho excur-
lon of tho steamer Kilauea had to
bo called olf. Over 100 men of tho
th Cavalry who had booked to come
up, were obliged to stay nt home and
ppalr damaged quarters. Tho 4th
Cavalry Band arrived, however, by
'lio Claudine, as well as a good sized
rowd of civilians on both the Clau
lino and tho Manoa.
Dec. 28. Antono Calarrudo, 21,
Spanish; Carrie Ferreira, 18. Both of
keahua. Ceremony by Rev. Father
Dec. 27. Joo Medelros, 20, Por
tuguese; Mary Patro, 18, Galician.
'loth of Puunone. Ceremony oy Rov.
Dec. 29. RobL K. Wilcox. 29. Wai
luku; Jonnlo Nuuhiwa, 25, Walhee.
eremony by Rev. L. B. Kaumehel-
Dec. 31. George William Woichl.
tt, IIHo, Louisa Keohi Hart. 28. Wai
luku. Ceremony by Rev. J. V. Vll
liers. A Traveler. Tlrnrnrn(nHvr mil.-
Wilson, who dwells in Chicago, found
himself In tho upper peninsula of Mi
chigan doing 6omo fishing and hunt
ing, wmio mere no conversed with
tllO Cllidrt Hint lin lm.l Mr-nrl In
to havo somebody around to talk to.
"Must get mighty all-flred cold up
hero In wlntor," replied Wilson ono
1 OS. it Often ETPtR nwnv ilnnn
forty-five below zero," replied the na
"Don't son linw vnn eimwi u ni.i
. ....... V. ... DIUU
un, 1 always spend my winters In
the South," explained tho guide.
"Go South, nil? Wnll Wnlll Tl,ot'D
enterprising. And whero do you go?"
ui.wiu itaimis, saiu tho guide.
Antl or Ante. Wifn "nnn
think I should havo. a vote?"
Husband "I dunrio, Jane. You'd
probably want a now hat to wear at
tho polls." Donvor Ropublican.
Telephone Rates To
Be Raised At Once
Utilities Commission Approves Peti
tion. Ouc Formal Protest. New
Hates Effective Tomorrow.
HONOLULU, Dec. 29. Tho public
utilities board, at its meeting yester
day afternoon, granted the petition o'
tho Maul Telephono Company to in
crease its rates, which had been under
consideration for somo time past. The
action brings to an end tho discus
sion both for and against, and, in re
turn, the telephono company will do
its best lo install complete and effi
cient telephone service, which will re
pay tho people in the end. Although
(here havo been many kicks against
this raise, only ono was sent In before
the utilities commission, which, after
being dlsciiFRcd by tho commission,
Edwin C. Moore presented the only
objection. Ho claimed that tho present
servlco for which tho people already
were forced to pay a large price, was
wretched, and ho did not seo why any
ralso should bo made in tho rates,
when tho rates at present were far too
high for the convenience they bring.
He said that tho company at present
wad making money, and he did not see
why the now rates should bo allowed.
In connection with the same matter,
a reply was made to J. L. Osmer, who
is In the employ of the Maul board
of health, and who recently asked to
bo allowed to use tho phono while do
ing official business, without charge.
The matter, which was brought up be
fore the commission before, had been
referred to tho attorney general, and
his answer led tho commission to re
fuse the request. Deputy Attorney
General Heen and Attorney General
Stainback were unanimous In stating
that "the Territory of Hawaii has no
right to exempt Itself or any of the
counties from the public utilities
Tho now rates, which becomo ef
fective today, Increase tho rate for
business phones from $3.50 per month
to $5 per month, and establish a toll
rate of 15 cents between Hana and
central Maui points, and 10 cents be
tween Lahalna and central "Maul, on
each message. The resident rate of
$3.50 per month Is not increased, ex
cept as affected by tho toll system.
Stoical. "Quito recently our Bishop
went over the hospital and spoke to
the men in each ward. In spite of this
suffering the men seemed to be in the
best of spirits.! Horsham (Eng.) Par
Kentucky Kultur. Civilization mar
ches dauntlessly on, in spite of the un
pleasant things said of her conduct
abroad. Witness tho following, com
municated by Miss Besslo Ely Ainer
man, of the "Houso on Henry Street":
"It may interest you to know that
I send my Digest, after reading It, to
a schoolmaster 'way back in the moun
tains of Kentucky, who is using it,
with the picture- supplement to tho
Sunday Times, in papering his now
house and, I think, tho schoolhousc.
Heretofore most of the children have
learned to read from tho Scars-Roebuck
catalogs and Peruma advertise
ments witli which they have papered
their houses. This is certainly a step
The Land of Long Woras.
Humboldt once said thnt nothing In
Mexico strikes Europeans moro forci
bly than tho excessive length of tho
words. This length, moreover, does
not nlwnys depend on their being com
pounded, as in tho Greek, tho Gennnn
or tho Sanskrit Thus tho Mexican
word for that slmplo thing, a kiss, Is
But that Is nothing, says Mr. Charles
W. Domvillo-Fifo in his book on Gua
temala, to what tho Central American
can do. nis best efforts ocllpso cvon
Shakespeare's often quoted "honorl
ficabllltudlnltntibus," In "Love's La
bour's Lost," for If you wish to call
tho boy who carries newspapers, you
havo but to murmur "amatlacullollt
quitcatlaxahuille," and he may possi
Steam and Gas.
Truo dry superheated steam has by
ery property of a truo gas eavo ono
lt is not permanent When beat dis
appears what appeared to bo gas soon
becomes water. Heat oxygen, hydro
gen, nitrogen as hot as possible In any
expansion container and they will bo
como rare, occupy moro space, but al
low tho heat to vanish nnd tho gases
will resume their original temperature
volumes. Frcozo tbeso gases down to
liquid or solid, when tho cold Is so In
tense that lt cannot bo imagined. Re
storo tho hoat and tho solids or liquids
will bo gases again that Is, thoy aro
permanent gases nt terrestrial tomper
atures. But steam Is not permanent at
these temperatures and Is therefore a
vapor of water. New York American.
Built From the Coliseum.
Many of tho Important palaces of
Rorao aro mado from stono taken from
tho ruins of tho Coliseum, which, In
epito of tho ravages of two earth
quakes, remained intact until the
eighth century. The Barbcrlnl, Far
neso, and Cnncellnrla wcro all built
from tho walls of this edifice, but tho
spoliation is not so unworthy when wt
realize the stono had fallon from re
peated earthquakes, thus suggesting
A Forehanded Man,
Tramp Would you glvo a poor,
starvln' man something to eat, mum?
Lady of the House I might but you
aro not stoning. Tramp I know dat,
lady; but an ounco of prevention U
wortii a pound of cure, you know.
Here To Try Sport
Cntlllna Island and lis game fishing
grounds had better look to their lau
rels. H. Gooding Field and the Ha-1
wall Tuna Club, after two years of
campaigning, nro beginning to get re
sults. F. P. Newport nnd Mrs. New
port, both of whom nro adepts, at tho
art of angling for the monster master
of decpsea game fish, the tuna, are
hero to give tho statements made by
tho Tuna Club a fair trial.
Thoy arrived on Maul on Wednes
day evening, and will try their luck
In tho water off Lanal and Kahoolawe
and Moloklnl. Ono, a cross between
the giant tuna and tho sword fish, tho
blue fin tuna and tho ulua will bo fish
ed for by this pair. All of theso fish
arc fighters from the strike, and no one
is sure of victory until the finny mon
ster is safe in the boat.
Other fishers from tho mainland,
men and women who for years have
been spending their time nnd their
money at Avnlon, Catnliua Island,
chasing the tuna, tho yellow tall and
tho albacore, nro coming down here to
try their luck with tho Hawaiian fish.
One party, headed by E. M. Jump of
L03 Angeles, will reach Honolulu with
in a few days. It is more than likely
that Mr. Jump, who Is a wealthy re
tired business man, will bring with
him his own lunch and tackle, as well
as his friends, and will spend several
months enjoying the sport here.
Scripture Revised. "Tho Bible tells
us we should love our neighbors," said
the good deacon.
"Yes, but the Bible was written bo
fore our neighbors lived so close," re
plied tho mere man. Philadelphia Re
A Hasty Inference. Yesterday was
one of those oif-days in newspaper life.
Under the heading, "War Questions
Answered," Tho Evening Mall told an
anxious reader how to obtain a mar
riage license. F. M. O'B. in The Now
York Evening Mail.
Elephant and Tigor EnmRy
"in- nt tin iniisi Interesting employ,
ii'eiiis .if the elephant Is hi hunting tl
guru. Hutu the lofty back of his ele
phant, nt a height which, increased by
the liowilnli, may bo twelve or fourtan
feet iiIkivc i I io ground, tho hunter can
tiit:i" his iilm nt a tiger with a coolness
that he would not possess if facing tho
uulmal on terra llrma. If, as some
times occurs, the tiger makes a leap
for the elephant lie seldom succeeds In
attaining the iu:iii iu the howduh, al
though the driver in his exposed posi
tion on the elephant's neck, Is in great
There seems to be n naturul enmity
between elephunts nnd tigers, although
an elephant will not attack u tiger un
less cornered or compelled to do so by
tho tiger's own fault. But then n good
fighting elephant will If ho can once
get his tusks to bear on his enemv
'gore him to death or literally crush
him by kneeling on him. It Is said
that tho mere presence of a dead tiger
will drlvo somo elephants to fury.
The Ooy and the Professor.
"I was mimicking Professor Bore
yesterday, and ho caught mo."
"What did he say?"
"Told mo to stop niH"g a fool cf
Canny Courage. Even when tho
fighting was hottest, tho colonel of an
Irish regiment noticed that one of tho
privates was following him every
where, with apparently much devotion.
At length ho called the man to him
"You've stuck to mo well this day,
"Yis, sor!" replied Rooney, saluting
smartly. "Mo ould mother she sez to
me.me, sez sho: 'Patrick, mo bhoy,
stick to tho colonel, and yo'll be nil
right; them colonel nivir get hurt!'"
Jill the popular books in late or
tUail orders promptly attended to
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Many of tho Wailuku friends of Mlii'
Charlotte L. Turner united in priuV.''"'
nig her nt Christmas timo a hamlRouiu
purse containing seventy-five dollars
in gold. It was the intention of those
friends who remembered her thnt with'
tho momy she ;ou" uel soue one
thing that aim would paili.uhniy like
to have. Former Wailuku friends llv- .
ing on tho Mnlnlnnd nlso assisted. ; t
Tho uift is an expression of tho love t .
and high esteem in which Miss Turneiy I
is held in tho community to which she Vj
has given so generously of her lovd yKEj.
and sympathy through tho many years' .-, - ;
that shu has lived in Wailuku. l
Dnu.nns "Mr. Slmnhnrd. vour i 1
daughter has promised to many me."'
"Hump; sho saiu sno u get oven muc
mo when I refused to get her a Pek-?
inese pup. L.onuon aiaii.
Welcome Change. You look b'.UfMij
and discourage, old man." W
"I'm not myself this morning."
"Well, that's nothing to feel so badr
about." Boston Transcript.
Untouched.- Friend - "Well, how's ,
tho war affecting you?"
"Not .a bit. old chan. I never sold any--
thlng before lt started and I havon'Aq
nlnce." Punch. A
Certlflcntea Nos. 57, 58 and 1G0 for
15, 5 and 20 shares respectively of tho
Kaupakalua Wlno & Liquor Co., Ltd.
havo been lost, or stolen. All p'-rsons
aro warned against negotiating same.
Dec. 31, 1915, Jan. 7, 15, 191G.
The regular annual meeting of tho
stock-holders of tho First National
Bank of Wailuku, wl.lL.bo held on
Tuesday, January 11th, 191C, at 9 a.
m., at its banking houso, Wailuku,
Maui, T. H.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Dec. 10, 17, 21, 31, 1915, Jan. 7, 1910.
The regular annual meeting of tho
stock-holders of tho First National
Bank of Pnla, will bo held on Tuesday,
January 11th, 1916, at 2 p. m., at its '
banking houso, Pala, Maui, T. II. '
C. D. LUFKIN,
Dec. 10, 17, 24, 31, 1915, Jan. 7, 191C
Tho regular annual meeting of tho
stock-holders of The Lahalna National
Bank, will bo held on Tuesday, Jan
uary 11th, 191C, at 7:30 p. m., at ,
banking house, Lahaina, Maui, T.
C. D. LUFKIN,
, Jan. 7, 111
Dec. 10, 17, 24, 31, 1915
Notlco Is hereby given that ih'
amlnor of Chauffeurs will examine J
and all applicants for Chaurfcf
License, in compliance with Ordlnaj
No. -31, nt tho Sheriff's Office, t
ku. from Tuesday morning, Jan. 4.
Friday evening, Jan. 7, 191C, betwI
tho hours of 9 a. in., and 4 p. m.
P. J. GOODNESS,
Examiner of Chauffeurs.
Frocks, Full Dress, Tuxedo Suits ond
Coats of the latest styles
Made to Order
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction
GIVE US A TRIAL.