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The "COLUMBIA" of today has
reached n Btato of perfection unequal
pit In any other bicycle, anil Its popu
larity Is ever Increasing.
Light running uphill or on tho lerol,
cushion imme, choice of tires, saddle,
pedals, etc. Price
Large stock now on hand and wo
sell them for cash or on Installments.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
EIILER8 BLOCK, I'ORT 8TREUT.
TO'TPEE WE CMTWt
O Thou who by compassion's power
Wer't moved to leave Thy Father's
house on high,
That on life's thorny path might ever
The light that leads to heaven's
Te Thee we cryl .
O Thou who, In thy dying pain forgave
The cruel hands that nailed Thee to
Who, conquering death, rose glorious
from the grave,
That all the world might know Thy
power to save
We call to Theel
How long, O Lord, before the world,
Shall follow Thy command of brother
How long will earthly empires' grow
Hurl thousands forth upon the field to
For gain, not good?
Look down upon the land where wid
The loss of those who had the heart to
And rose to strike that greed, of con
Which crowns a king while human
hearts are torn.
O Lord, look there!
WILLIAM F. 8ABIN.
f-f-f-f -f -f-t- 4----f-f
then attacking the Americans, 1 Blip
pose We hnvo the papers of the orig
inal Junta "
"No man ever worked harder In the
, Interests of peace than I," said tho
General, "but If the United States
'troops had attacked the Filipinos and
driven them out of the city when they
first got there It would have bcn
much better. They got very 'cocki-y'
aner awhile, and thought they could
Permission Not Given thercup "8 '"""""; lar"
insurgents to Occupy ' EXCLUSION ACT
FILIPINO WANTED TO
Must . Be No Dual Occupation of
Manila-Capture of lloilo- -
Otis Gives His
Killtnr Sunday Ihillotlrr As so
much has been written, and snld. dur
ing the pnBt relative to the exclusion
act, pro and con, 1 feel that It would
not bo out of place to call )our read'
ers' attention to a portion of an ad
dress delivered before tho "Century
Club", Seattle, Wash., by Mrs. John
il. Allen of that city. Although I
question whether It Is possime to se
cure legislation at tnis time' which
I would cover these points, at the same
I time I feel that the address Tias set he'
!fnrn na nn Ittnnl uhfpll Knftlp ilnv fhn
American people will adopt as tho
principles underlying our exclusion
laws. I regret that I am unable
through want of space to quote tho ad
os It contains many
Church Dignitaries Hold
Conference at Iolani
NICHOLS SPEAKS ON
GROWTH OF CHURCH
Globe Navigation Com-
METEOR TO TAKE THE
. COAST-HAWAII RUN
Washington, March 19. (Jeneral
Otis continued his testimony before
the Senate Philippine Committee to
ilnv. Iteferrlnc to his order of Sen-
tember S. 1S9S. directing the withdraw -' dress In full
nl of the lusurgent troops outside th I points of Interest to the people of
defenses of Manila, General Otis ex-1 theso Islands. She says:
plained that a commission from Agul-' "Von usk me do 1 faor restriction?
nnldo's Cabinet lslted him. In tin By all means. Upon what basis?
discussion which followed he said they i Were T President. I'd sign no bill that
did not mention the fact that the did not oblige cery emigrant to show
towns Immediately adjacent to Manila his worth and fitness before embark
were not a portion of the city. HM!lng, which could bo done by tho Con-
classed as ridiculous Agulnaldo's ro- ir lir..tB nr h llnlteu States, nil-
Expansion of Pacific Commerce and Big Steamship to Come Here Frcm
Other Interests Must Prove New York Freight Rates To Be
Beneficial to This Lowered Again
Bishopric. ., Tampico.
On Tuesday of this week an event Tfvo more freight steamships are to
making an epoch In the history of the be added to the Honolulu service by
Anglican church in Hawaii net will the Globe Navigation Company of New
take place, namely the formal transfer York Seattle atl FrancBC0 an(1 Ho
nf ,Iia Malmnvli. Pmm .tin nvAaamt In- '
u. ur: uiouuiiu uuiu i,f? iicuv
quest to receive a portion of the noilli
cm part of Manila, occupied by the
Spaniards, In trade for something In
tho southern part of the city held by
General Otis snld ho did not glvo
the Insurgents actual permission to
occupj the blockhouses, which Agul
naldo claimed had been given. What
had been said wn: "I don't caie any
thing about tho blockhouses, we aro
going to take possession of them.
mlnato the number ui portB to one to
three In each country; placo men of
eminent fitness as t'onsuls there, and
guard welt the emigration. 'Issuo no
cumbent, Illschop Willis, to Illshop
Nichols. Illshop Nichols when seen
last night expresstd blmBelf as follows
on the situation:
"I do not, of course, desire to discuss
the present situation and difficulties
which have appeared In the church at
Honolulu. I am here only temporarily
nolulu. The business of this company
In the Pacific ocean, and especially In
the line between San Francisco and
Honolulu, is so rapidly Increasing that
the addition of other freighters as boon
as possible has become absolutely ne
Unless other disposition has been
transfer. This Is done for the reason
that the House of Ulshops fully recog
nizes the Importance of this transfer
and, as (the presiding bishop is ex
tremely aged, I am here as bis substi
tute until a new bishop can be elected
to take the place of Illshop Willis.
The House of Dlshops will meet on
certificates to Illiterates, those who. April 1C In Cincinnati. At this meet-
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have over been umvlrted of any nlme,
those who cannot show enough money
to liny their pnssage and support them
for at least six mouths or a year, none
General Otis said that Asulualdo "" show physical weakness, who
Ing the house will transact a large
amount of business among which will
be the election of a new bishop for
these Islands. The new bishop will not
arrive here immediately after his elec
tion, however, as there will be numer-
It may take one month or two months
or even more before he comes here.
In the meantime, till his arrival, I will
olllclatc and prepare the way for the
coming bishop. I will thus preach the
bermons In the cathedral on Sunday
next and after that. ,
"I have not bad sufficient opportun
ity to form an opinion with regard
to the present difficulties of the church
and do, therefore, not wish to make
any statement regarding them beyond
saying that they will probably to a
large extent smooth out by themselves.
What I can say, however, Is that I am
of the opinion that the church here In
Hawaii Is bound to grow In Importance
and Influence. I say this not from any
experience or knowledge of Island af
fairs as I have only been here a very
few days, but from a study of the con
ditions In the Pacific coast which are
In many ways similar.
"The Pacific Is the great future field
of commerce. It Is constantly develop
ing and Is now rapidly forcing Its way
to the very front and all the places
near and In the Pacific ocean are grow
ing In importance. With this growth,
commercial and otherwise, the church
mucn also expand and, as a conse
quence, the church here will follow In
had demanded of General Otla the, would ninko them llnble to be a public oug formalities to go through first and
Hum i" m-miij nit- rini-.- nun i tnarge. or comaminntu ino neaiin or
make appointments In the civil gov-i , of ,h tommllnlt'v. Al,mIt 11(1
ornmeiit. which caused General Mcr ,, . . '
rltt to cable Washington for instru-alinrihl,lt8- "llUHsta or socialists,
tlons. The reply was that (here must Oblige n declaration of citizenship up
be no dual occupation of Manila. on arrival. Allow no persons to bo
General Otla then detailed the clr- natralUml for at K,aRt ,0 yparBi an(,
cumstances attending the capture of1,, ., , . ... .
lloilo. tho offer of tho Spanish General. If ,ht'' ,1" ,,ot l,,,ln " J'l'ar nfter
Itlos, to hold tho place against the In-, the period of probation, become cltl
Burgents pending tho arrival of United, zens of the United States, be deported.
States troops and tho capture of the . compel every minor this: to attend
town by the Vlsayans beforo the arrlv . , . . . ,.
al of tho United States troops. Agul-' Bcn00'- nt k'ast 8lx mont,,B cach ear.
naldo, he said, was overjoyed when ho where only English branches arc
learned that the detachment had been , taught. Give naturalization papers to
sent out. because he lAgulnaldo) ue- no ono wll0 ,.annot readi wrfte anfl
clared that tho first shot would '.,, ,. ... ... , ,
fired at Hollo which would bring on,spcak the ED8,lh lKnw a"l '!'
war between tho United States and ia reasonable knowledge of our lnstltu-
the Insurgent forces. General Otli tlons. Deport or punish every anar-
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emu ue uu i-uuii-i. .ii,iiiKiuu, ". i ciiiat wno tbrough speech or press
rssHhsd,.!' '"' ana" Principles, and
tho response to defer action, which lastlv restrict the ballot by the same
ho did until the Insurgents mndo war , educational test. Make no dibtlnctlon,
on tne united stntes lorces in Manna. n ne of sex, or color of slun, 01
He had, ho said. Issued his proclama-l h f c.tijro 8
tlon extending military authority to na.po 0,VtljroB;
all parts of tho nrchlpelago under In- uet tllU fpiihllc stand on lutclll
structlons from tho President. gence and honesty and'nonor, or let It
Senator Haw tins sought to show that fall to decay.
contravention of the protocol. hut!tlon l,u at--l to work with Stato
General Otis explained that he felt It f boards, to distribute economleally the
his duty to protect lives and property, overciowded Immigration of tho Hast
The committee adjourned until 2:30 to tho ,, n,,pin ,abo d b
p. m.. In order to permit General Otts , , , ., , '
to conclude his testimony today. I cllrlnS ln a'lvanco tho employment.
At the afternoon session Goneial have no Idle, dependent laborers In
Otis, referring to his proclamation. ' one State, with another State suffering
said he expressly omitted therefrom for Iack of tho Rame lal)or An , ,.
the word "sovereignty," because thoi , . . . . ...
Filipinos attached to It tho meaning rant who haB cnouKh t0 ""PI" hlm
which the word conveyed to ttivm for six months, would have enough to
whlla under the domination of Spain. transport him to another part of the
Senator Carmack called his atten.roun,rj. whero ,ork rou,d uo gCCltrC(
tlon to the difference between tho Ian- , , , ,
guage used by tho President In hit. ani1 hlB employment was assured upon
Instructions and that contained In his his arrival. It Is said that last year
(Otis') proclamation, and asked why during tho harvest season, tho farm
he had also omitted the words "on- cr8 0f Kansas boarded the railroad
0uVhor.trm.rr?ma.n1r;omcr',',- ' - --prtW. by tho aid of re
General Otla explained that whu volvers, laborers destined to other
thsae Instructions of the President points, to stop and assist them In sav
were received he was somewhat " i Ins htelr crops,
prised. He was afraid they would lo ,. ,,, ',., , . .,,., , ,,
disastrous and assist tho Agulnnlda1 Tho Iabor unlo,,B a,n rlg,,t ln 08,t
Koyernment to excite the people of '"8 for national and Stato aid to dls
Luzon. General Otla said ho told Ad- semlnato labor to points whoro Indus
mlral Dewey, who had called on hlm' trios are Buffering for lack of It.
tho following day, that ho did not, ,ir( , ,. .. .,.
think tho President understood tho P,"'."0 emPlo.vimont 1,llrcal"'
situation, owing to the great dlsUncM could ald ln securing plates and when
of tho Islands from Washington, nnd ' wo adopt the European custom of om
that under the conditions then pro- ploying nn one without a certificate
.V8lIln.t.n17,L1nbtrt(UI'il!1flllowlnB au"'"y " trustworthiness.
In making certain amendments. Lead-i , .... ..."
men wo snan uavo uuitcr scrvico ana
worthy employes, better wages and se
to represent the nresldlne DIshoD of mado of the Qlobe Navigation Com
the House of Ulshops, namely, the Pony's steamer Meteor since Vice Pres
nishon of Ilhode Island. In the formal 'dent T. W. Cllse left San Francisco,
uui veBsei win do ornereu 10 Hono
lulu with a full load of general mer
chandise and will continue regularly
In tho run between the two ports, so
that three regular freighters of tho
company, tho Kurckn, Captain Weed
en; the Tampico, Captain Reed, nnd
the Meteor; Captain Jensen, will ply
between San Francisco and Seattle and
this port, coming down with general
merchandise and going back to the
Coast with sugar.
These facts were given out yesterday
by an excellent authority who has been
In communication with the company's
San Franclsoc office.
It was also learned that the Globe
Navigation Company proposes send
ing out ono of the two 6000-ton freight
ers now- building on the Atlantic coast.
One of these vessels will be completed
In July and the other in November.
The ono that Is completed In July will
be dispatched from New York with
general merchandise for Honolulu via
San Francisco. t
This boat is expected to arrive here
about the first of October and may pos
sibly be placed regularly en the San
The company has arranged for other
boats to be built on the Atlantic coast.
The two now building have great car
rying capacity and will prove valu
able additions to the fleet of freight
ers coming here. At least one of them
will, as soon as completed, be put ou
the San Franclsco-Manlla run.
It Is also stated thai the Globe Navi
gation Company Is about to lower Its
freight rates still more In order to meet
the popular demand.
U. K. Deebe, the Honolulu agent of
the Globe Navigation Company, who
has an office n tho Ilrewer building
near the boat landing, was seen yester
day evening In regard to the report
that the company contempla'ed adding
ferrod to might bo used by Mablnl tn
excite tho peoplo
Senator Patterson asked General
Otis If the Idea of the Filipino peoplo
regarding the hopes and aspirations
for Independence was a mistaken one,
"No," said General Otis; "Agulnaldn
had his ambitions." Speaking very
deliberately, he said: "And he was
sent over from Hongkong for the pur
pose of driving tho Spaniards out and
As petitions from the women's or
ganizations of tho United States, hav
ing tho above points, havo been circu
lated and forwarded to tho Members
of Congress, with a view of securing
restriction on broader and nobler prin
ciples than tho present Exclusion Act,
The best tho markets
a.Tord served tnd guests
avc full view of the sea
from tho dining room. . .
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Take the car to Waiklkl.
, I naiftu WtVQOm.
W. K. VICKERY,
of the firm of Vlckery, At
kins nnd Torrey, of San
Francisco, Is now In Ho
nolulu with some lino wa
ter colors which nro on
exhibition In ROOM 11,
In engravings, etchings
nnd photogravures will be
found many suitable wed
ding gifts at prices rang
ing from $10 upwards.
A good selection of Cop
ley Sepia Prints, prices
from $2 to JO, arc also in
Tho pure Juice of the California
Grape Fruit carbonated by us.
Delicious refreshing and health
ful. Delivered at
the dozen in the city limits.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
usually good time of eleven days. This
feat of tho Nottlnrham Is occasioning
considerable talk ln shipping circles.
The Tampico, now in port. Is rapidly
progressing In the work of discharg
ing her large Seattle cargo and will
soon be ready to go to Mnkawell,
Eleele and Kabulul to take on sugar
for San Francisco. She will take su
gar, for Theo. li. Davles & Co. and
Alexander & Ilaldwln.
We are now Offering for
Sale a Lot of
WASHABLE SEPARATE 8HIRT8
any skirt In the house values up
to $3.00 COc.
A broken lot of LADIES VESTS
YOUR PICK OF ANY BELT In tho
200 bolts WIDE FANCY RIBBONS
cholco .....i. 25c. yard
SILK FINISHED CROCHET COT
TON Cc. ball
40 pieces DIMITIES at Sc. yard
About 100 CORSETS quality high
makes famous sizes broken prlco
TABLE DAMASK ,.. ,. 25c. yard
8TRAIQHT-FRONT Hobo Supporters
ln different colors..,,.,., 25c. pair
MEN'S 8USPENDERS .... 1 6c, pair
GENUINE MEXICAN HAT8-ours by
chance Values up to $3.00 all.,,.
Odd lots of LADIES' and CHILD
REN'S 8TOCKINQS Be. pnlr
CRA8H TOWELING Be. yard
8HELL HAIR PINS. ...3 doz. for Be.
DRESSING COMBS, a basketful nt..
CURTAIN SCRIM 10c. yard
A mixed lot of PURSES Be, each.
Another lot of BELTS Be. each
LADIE8' LINEN COLLAR8 Nearly
a "l"s Be. each
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
vJ I -Ti 7" 'mmm
Pretty nearly everything that you
can think of in the harness line Is In
eluded ln our big display.
Every harness we sell Is n bargain,
and we sell all kinds from tight track
androad to heavy coach and team
harness. From no ono else can you
get the harness value we give you.
Sole Agents J, A. McKerron's fine
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
ISS Merchant St., next to Stangenwnfd Building.
shipping intelligence! WANTS
Saturday, March 29.
T, K. K. Hongkong Maui. Fllmer,
for San Francisco.
Am. bkt. Archer, Calhoun, for San FOR SALE A small road cart and
For Want Column Ste Page Six
the steps of those on the Coast and to t,le llonoIul" " f freighters and
rapidly develop Into a very flourishing
Retiring Illshop Willis of the Pro
testant Episcopal Church In Hawaii
also concerning the matfer of freight
Mr. Deebe expressed some surprise
at being questioned on the matter and
and Blshon Nlphnl. ohi. i. i,n. t declared that he knew absolutely noth
take over the Jurisdiction of the church lne about elther tho addltlon to th
held a long conference yesterday after- flcct or tho IowerlnS of freight rates,
noon In the private study of tho for- "" ls certainly good news If It bo
mer dlKnltnrv at lolanl Hnlte ,u. correct," said Mr. Ilcebe, "and I have
cussing varlouB ImDortant matte nr. no reason that I know of for doubting
talnlng to the business and welfare of lta curacy. I muBt say, however, that
the church In these Islands. i ,hl ' tho flr8t that ! blve h6"'' of tbe
New choir benches and clegymen's rna'tc'- " I "'? hPe tliat t l true.
stalls were Installed In St An.ir..,',' "Yes, we are undoubtedly In great
Cathedral yesterday. They are hand- need ot more learners to carry freight
some affairs, made of nor'west lumber bctwen here and tho Coast. There Is
und stained appropriately. New kneel- a,reatlJ' mre business than the Tam
ers are also to be put In nnd will be p,co ond the Rurela we able to han
ready on Tuesday i d'e- I sha" be Glad to see the Meteor
..... . come here. I suppose If more steam
..,,,.Tif,TSvw ? . era are going to be put on that the
.h . .i . .i.- freight rates will naturally lower a bit,
-v ... ... .. ..uB ,..u ,.,. aUh0U h ng t have n1r(,ad toI(, , ,
slon of tho most objectionable classes havo rec'clved no lnformation on tha
under our form of government, said subject and thercfoie am Ignorant of
petitions having secured tho endorse- the plana of the company In this re-
mont of a number of tho Members of gard." ,
Congress. I feel that It Is not out nf Tho Meteor Is at present running be
piaco at this tlmo to bring thU article tween SeatUo aD, BaD Francisco. She
before you, trusting that too time may 1 ,,e' f J651 t0,nB an', cal!abl! '
. , , , , carrying 3800 tons of iner:handUe. It
soon como when our peoplo and labor ,, iaM (hat Bhe raay , her( berore
U.6.IIUMIUUH i..uy wurn. u ono man the Eureka, the '.stter bring the next
for the change of a Chinese Exclusion boat scheduled to arrive. The Eureka
Act to a General Exclusion Act where- and the Mceor may, on the other
by tho honor of citizenship Is made hind, come In about the same time,
tho standard of admission, nnd tho tllelr schedules to be arrnged later,
rights of citizenship bo protected by ,The '0,b Navigation Company's
, ,, . ,. . . . ? .. ' steamer William Nottingham has Just
educational tests as to bar tho un- mado , ru from c F,aUerjJ to
worthy and criminal classes. Hedondo. California, with one and a
E. TAPPAN TANNATT, half million feet of lumber, In the un-
A, verv suiceBSful smoker was given
last night by the Officers' Club In the
bungalow on the palace grounds. Over
200 were present and enjoyed the cheer,
which, in the shape of punch, cigars,
cigarettes, etc., was offered 'tor the
members and the guests. Among the
latter were a number of army officers
from the transport Meade, the officers
from Camp McKlnley and the Naval
Station. Also numerous United States
civil service officers. The commltteo
which got up the arrangements con
sisted of Dr. Meyers, Captain Paul
Smith, Ed. II. Paris, W. A. Drown
and Frank Davey. ColonelMcCarthy
acted as chairman and delivered the
opening speech. After this came
speeches, songs ragtime, toon songs,
dialect songs, etc.. In rapid succession,
the intervals being filled with tho
seductive tones of rapid, ollrring hula
airs rendered by a quintet club.
Among the features of the evening
were Mr. Mueller's songs in French
and German followed by a fling of red
hot rngttme delivered while you wait
by Sonny Cunha. Reporter Doyd told
a story and Harry Couzens followed ln
the samo vein. A, D, Loebensteln and
Attorney General E. P. Dole delivered
patriotic speeches. Mr, Melcher and
W. Thompson next gave vent to songs
and H. Schultze followed with an In
strumental selection. Dy this time
Kappelmeister Dergcr had arrived
from the Opera House where he had
been holding forth. He was called upon
to show his genius. He Immediately
sat down at tbe piano and banded out
a heterogeneous conglomeration ot
variegated selections covering the na
tional nlrs of all nations from the Ha
qulnios to the Hottentots, hulas, love
songs and some of the airs from "the
old world" which never fall to make
an Impression upon the audience, Tho
genial professor's able effort was
greeted with well deserved applause.
Colonel Patrick llenry Ray. the offi
cer In command of the troops on board
tbe transport Meade answered a toast
tn his famous namesake, Patrick Hen
ry. Ouartermabter Williamson was next
called upon for a speech and acquitted
himself well despite his protest that
nn nrmv officer's education was ne
glected as far as speechifying was con
cerned, After this there were numer
ous and variegated selections by who
soever felt tbe spirits moving him. An
amateur effort ln the noble art ot hula
kul to the inspiriting accompaniment
ot the quintet club, was enthusiasti
cally applauded until finally the hour
grew late, the revelers weary and tho
last chord of the guitar died away as
the officers and their guests hied them
selves home after a well Bpent and en
harness; cost $100; cheap. Address
I). I)., this office. lOs-lw.
Francisco with sugar.
Sir. Kauai, Druhn, for Hanamaulit.
Saturday, March 29.
Str. Nllhau, Thompson, from Koloa -- -
with 6203 bags of sugar. I '"OK "ENT A nice large room, suit-
DUE TODAY. au'e for two. Also small room,
Str. Kfnau, Freeman, from Hllo and Private family. Doard If desired.
way ports. 163 School St., bet. Fort and Emma.
Str. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul 10s-51.
TO SAIL TODAY. ,
niU.S. A. T.Meade. Wilson, for Ma-'NEW TO"DAY
The at home of the Pacific Rebekahs, -
which was to have been held last night, I
has been postponed until Monday evening.
NEW TO-DAY Funeral Nodce
The largest sum ever paid for a pre
scription, changed hands In San '
Francisco, August 30, 1901. The trans
fer involved In coin and stock $112,
BOO and was paid by a party of busi
ness men for a specific for Drlght's
Disease and Diabetes, hitherto Incur
able diseases. I
They commenced the serious Investi
gation of the specific November 15,
1900. They Interviewed scores of the
cured and tried It out on Its merits by1
putting over three dozen cases on the'
treatment and watching them. They
also got physicians to name chronic.
Incurable cases, and administered It
with tbe physicians as Judges. Up to
August 35, 87 per cent ot the test easel
were either well or progressing favor
Tbete being but 13 per cent ot fail
ures, the parties were satisfied and
closed the transaction. The proceed
ings ot the Investigating committee
and the clinical reports of the test
cases were published and will be mall
cu free, on application to
Mrs. L. S, MESICK
30 S. School street, Honolulu, who has
secured the general agency for- tho
Hawaiian Islands, from the John J.
Fulton Co., 420 Montgomery St., San
Island dealers will be supplied from
A special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge. No. 21, F. & A. M will be held
Monday at 3:30 p. m. In tbe Masonic
Temple for the purpose of attending
the funeial of our
LATE BRO. MORRIS LOUISSON
Members of Pacific Lodge and Lodge
le Progres and visiting brethren are
Invited to attend.
Dy order of Worshipful Master.
i J. A. HASSINGER,
The entertainment to have been giv
en Saturday evening by Pacific Ro
bekah Lodge No. 1, I, O. O. F., was
postponed on account of the death ot
M, Loul8sou until tomorrow (Monday)
Dy order Committee. 2108-31.
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
The funeral of tho late M. Loulsson
will be held from Masonic Temple on
Monday, March 31st, at 4 p. m.
Friends and acquaintances are Invited
to attend. Those desiring to send
floral pieces should send them to tho
Masonic Temple today or tomorrow.
The members ot Pacific Rebekah
Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F., will attend the
funeral of Rrother M. Loutsson to bo
held from Masonic Temple tomorrow,
Monday, at 4 p. m.
ALICE NICHOLSON, N.O.
A quintet club was In attendance at
the Hawaiian Hotol last night during
the dinner hour. In the evening danc
ing was Indulged In on the lanal.
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it 'Jn Ml lift