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W, &MTtd, I W. &M.,'Ltd;.W.-iM., Ltd.
The world doth move; so do we.
True wo wore fired from the corner to which we nre now
moving but we huvu got back Into favor ntul will toon occupy our
hnmlRome new building. New stock? Well oveobod) well Knows
our former stock was pretty well disposed or "..vcrytlilng en
tlrelj new larger, better and greater variety of goods than ever
before Watch us btiltd our displajs In Interioi and In the win
down and como and seo u a soon as we open.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
EMLERS rJLOCK, FORT STREET.
No. 21. I'. & A. M.
wii.i. celeiirath its
Its lodge Uimm Masonic limine.
MONDAY, MAY 5, 1902
J lntriMmtorj Ri marks
Fmlerlilc hum Master.
2. J'racr . .
1. M , the Rev Alexander Muchln
3 (Juartttte Selected
W T Dillingham. C 13. KNton,
Isaac Dillingham, Clifford Kim
ball. 4. Opening Address
1'. M.. Wm. FoBsenden Allen.
C. Song, "Spring Time"
Jim T J. McDonald. Violin obll -
gato. Prof J. II Ammo; accom-
panlst. Miss A. ji. wniiney
C. Historical Address
P. M , John Adair Hasslnger.
7. Song ' Isle of Dreams"
Ilro D 1 It Isenberg, accompan
ist. Miss Mnrlo Von Holt.
Past Oiand Master Morris M Esteo.Chcult. Terrltorj of Hawaii. At Cham
Song, "The Dream" (II Sogno).. lers. In Probnte In tho Matter of
S Mcrcndantoilho Estnte of Mnry MacPherson, lato
Mis. Annls Montngue Turner; vio
tin iiblltrato, Ptof. J. It. Ammo;
ncconipanlst, Mrs Frank C.
Prof. J. II. Ammo.
Doors will he open at 7M5 p. m.
The exercises will begin punctually
nt 8 o'clock p m.
All FREEMASONS nnd their fami
lies are coidlally Invltcfi to bo pres
ent. By order of the Worshipful Master.
JNO A HASSINGER PM.
Honolulu, May 2 1902.
Gomes & IHcTiglie
All tho finest liquors In stock
at our place Telephono orders
Gomes & McTighe
PHONE MAIN 140.
School For DeafJMute Children
A school for deaf mute children Is
being established In Honolulu, at No.
8 Union street, bj Mrs. I.cnnlo Hop
per llarth, from the California Insti
tution for Deaf and Dumb of Dorko
Mrs. "Wheeler, Mrs llarth's mother,
will teach tho UP LANGUAGE to all
who havo any olco.
Terms reasonable. Apply for par
ticulars, 2138 Iw
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21, F & A.M.
A regular meeting of Hawaiian
l.odpe, No 21, r & A. M. will bo
held Monday afternoon, May C, nt
C 30 o'clock In tho Masonic Temple.
Transaction of Business.
Members of Lodge Pacific, Lodge La
Trogres nnd Isltlng brethren aro In
lted to attend
Ily ordor of Worshipful Master.
J. A. HASSINGEfl,
2138 3t Secretary.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN 71113 t'lHCTIT COl ItT FIRST
(. unit Ten lion of Hawaii In Pro
line nt Chambers in the Matter uf
Ihc Estate of JAMES I KTEWARi.
hue of 13a Oahu deceased The Pe
in on and an omits of the Admliilstrn
li r of the estate of said deceased,
.bireln he nsls that his accounts be
. 1 t.itnci.l ntul ntinivii.il ntul Hint n
1 . , , ,.,,., ,
lit nl order he made of distribution of
the proport) lemalnlng In his hands
10 the persons thereto entitled nnd
nisi barging him from nil further to
spniislhlllty ns sueh 'Admlnlstt.itor
hiving this dnv hecn filed,
IT IS OllT.Eir;:!) that MONDAY,
the ICth da of JUNE. A I) 1902, at
'IEN (10) o'clock a m. at Chambers,
In the Court House, at Honolulu, bo
rml the same nereby Is appointed ns
iho tlmo and place fur hearing snld Pe
tition nnd Accounts, nnd that nil per
rons Interested may
then and there,
ni),,ear nml show calSOi )f nny they
,ac wy le gan)e slloul( not ,,
Honolulu. Oahu. May 2, 1902.
11 tlfo Court-
J. A. THOMPSON, .
liilmlnlstrntor In person
2139 May S. U 19. 2fi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ITUS1'
of Honolulu, Oahu The Last Will and
Itstnmont of said doceased. having
lien presented to said Court together
with n petition for tho Piobate there
of, and for Itie Issuance of Letters Tes
t uncntary to 1 II MacPherson halng
lucn filed, notice Is hereby glen that
Monday, the ICth day of June, A. D.
li 02, at in o'clock a. m, of said day.
ut the Court Itooni of said Court, at
Honolulu Oahu be and the same here
!i) Is appointed the time nnd place for
; rov Ing said Will and hearing snld
Honolulu. Mny 1. 1902.
Ily tho Court
2139 May 0, 12, 19, 2C.
The French T.aunelry will be closed
fr,r a week, during which tlmo many
a'teratlons nnd Improcments will he
Tho partnership In the business has
been dissolved nnd IrTfuturo the pres
ent proprietor will not bo responsible
lor nny debts contracted In the name
or tho French Laundry unless Incurred
b himself. J AHADIE.
1 Honolulu, Mny 1st 1902. 15s tf
Every evening during tho week except
' ONE TIMH
BERTHA, THE SEWING GIRL
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
NEW YORK DAY BY DAY,
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE
SATURDAY MATINHU unci NIGHT
A NUTMEG MATCH
O-p'jeum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 7Gc
MATINEE PIHCES 15c and 25c.
Prof Alexander Agassi, who has
Just returned from another visit to
tho coral reefs of tho Muldivo Islands,
in tho Southern India ocean Bays ho
has learned more about coral forma
tions than In tho whole fifteen years he
had previously studied tho subject And
that Is saying a good deal. Uoston
FISHING BOAT SUCH
AS NEVER WAS SEEN
Captain Janes Has the Waterfront
Talking About a Graft He Is
Now Putting Together
Builders of boats on tho waterfront
nte casting their ciltlcal ces over tho
handiwork of Captain Janes, the man
of re Incarnated Viking and Alaska
gild discovery fame, better known as
fctlcUeen," which can now be seen by
any one whoso business takes him
along the bench at the Ewa end of the
Tills handiwork of the active and In
genious Janes consists of a wonderful
fishing schooner which is undergoing
the process of building. Already has
it excited tho complimentary remarks
of numerous skippers and Jones' fish
ing schooner Is destined to create still
futther comment, for It Is a departuro
In tinny wns from the stcreottpod
fishing craft and possesses many of
J.ities' own 1902 Improvements.
The schooner Is nbout half complct
( il Inn couplo of weeks It will feet
ih waters of tho ocean nlong Its kcol
nnd folks on tho fiont will be belter
able to ciltlcli'p Its sea going ennUlles,
In a small and otherwise acnnt lot
011 tj iifoii bticet. Just across from
1 Ii.ukfcld s new wl.aif at the Ewa end
of the harbor, Captain Junes has hll
cabin, and this Is where ho Is building
his fishing schooner.
The mere fact of Janes preparing to
go Into the fishing business has occa
flnred corislderablo speculation Tho
Japanese nro practically the only fish
ns In these waters anil It seems cu
nous to many longshoremen that
Jincs should choose this method of
making a living. Jnncs Is nn experi
enced fisher nnd fish dealer, however,
and It Is doubtful If anyone can tcath
tho GSjearold mariner anything In
Ihc line of gathering In tho flnn trlbo.
Janes knows fish all the way from
tin Imp to whales. He nppnrently
knows how to build a Ashing Echoon
cr. too. for tho way the smart, peculiar
looking little eraft Is forming bem-ath
,i hands Is a marvel to behold. Tbero
never was a boat In Honolulu harbor
like the one that Janes Is constructing.
It Is prophesied, however, that after
the fishing fraternity observe the ad
vantages of Janes' craft, ho will be Im-
11 1'dhtely asked to plan other boats
on tho snmo model.
Yesterday afternoon n number of
M.lppcrs called on Janes at his cabin
ti net took a look at the schooner. They
expressed favorable opinions, although
11h confessed that they had never
coon an) thing like It ticforo,
"It appears to me like a cross be
tween one of theso here Japanese sam
pans and Ihc Mayflower," snld one of
"Oh. ou're way off," said another
That's tho dead Image of a composite!
cjster boat and a racing barge."
'It's got n prow Ilk a Viking ship.'
said another captain. "What's that
"Thnt's to hang n lantern on when
rat sta!ng outside the harbor all
rU'ht,'' was the answer.
"Why, she's got a centerboard," oly
tcrved anothei of the graceful critics.
As a matter of fact, Janes' fishing
bihooncr Is a cross between'an East'
em skipjack and a Gloucester Ashing
dory. Tho Gloucester fishing dory Is
a notoriously good sea boat. Of course
some of Janes' up to date Improve
ments figure largely In tho construc
tion of tho schooner; It wouldn't bo
Junes' boat If they did not.
"She'll show a greased heel when
rhe strikes tho wntcr," said Captain
Janes this morning, as, covered with
I atut nnd tar and whlto lead, with his
ears full of oakum and his eyebrows
bputered with oil, ho napped a brush
ovei tho (bottom of his creation,
"She's 0, pseudohjbrcd pattern of
in) own, but she's a daisy, you bet,"
Iho Bchooner measures twenty eight
fi ct on tho keel and thirty three feet
over nil She has a beam of eight and
a half feet and a depth of four and a
half feet. When completed sho will
insscss sixteen wells for fish nnd will
he so arranged that sho will practical
ly bo a life-boat, containing twenty
lour alr-tlgbt chambers.
Captain Janes Ib being materially as
s.cted In his work by John Paulsen, a
we-llienown ship carpenter and a man
who has been shipmate with Captain
JaneB on a voyngo or two. Paulsen Is
a great believer In tho Janes stylo of
II hlng boat and with his knowledge
of boat building and readlnesB to ac
cept Jnncs' Ideas, tho ancient mariner
Is being wonderfully helped In tho
1 1 tiding of his marvellous craft.
There Is considerable speculation as 1
to wnot Janes is going to name hi
nltl lnneu l ,-, ., ,
ut Janes is keeping this
fact a very close secret It Ib hinted
that tho ancient mariner lajg moro
Hure by tho name that he Is going to
give his boat than tho geaernl wnter
frrnt public might Imnglno. It Is sup
icsed Hint somo name significant of
the captain's oventful pnst will ba
given the schooner.
"Walt and seo" Is all that Janes
himself will Bay In HiIb connection.
"'1-ekly edition of the Bulletin $1
Monday 8 8 oo
TuctJly 9 '
WelfiMjty ) 9 0,1 4 io 41 4
ThurtJljr l il 04 t 3'li 4t' $ 09
rildty. ., ,. I-.- if s s
Saturday 1 t oi i 4' o 06 6 t&
SonJly 'I1'! o o it III
Monday j t i.C 1 4)' 4!
Last quarter of the njoon on the
30th nt 12 28 p. m
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahultil nnu llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
Blower than (Ircen wclh time, being
umt of tho meridian of 157.30. Tne
tlmo whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m , whlca
Is tho same as Greenwich. Uu Om.
Weather Utireau, l'unaliou, May 5.
Temperature Morning minimum,
CO, Midday maximum, TC.
llnrometer nt il a m. 29 9S. Tailing,
ltalnfall 0 00,
Dew Point OOP.
lliimldit) jt 9 a. m. 07 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
D. Weather cloudy, wind light NNK.
Sunday, May I
Str, V G Hall. S. Thompson from
Nnwlllulll at 3 in a. m.
Str. Wnlalcale, PIHz, from Anahola I
nt .1:15 p 111. .
Am. hk. Alden llise. Kcsel. 2t dai"
fiom San I'ranelsco
Am. bk Villi cw Welch, Dnw, 21
d.i)s from S.111 Francisco.
Am, schl K.I Mil. Ilelhiuist, T2 dnvs
from Newcastle foi Makawell, off poll
at 1 p 111.
Str. Claudlnc, Parker, from Maul
Sunday, May i.
A.-ll. 8. S. Alaskan. U.inflcld, for
1 New York via Kahulul and llllo, nt '
! I', m.
Str. Noeau, Pederson, for lhalni,
Kaannpall, Honukna and Kul.ulhacln,
ut C p. in,
Str. Lehua, Naopala, foi Mololal
ports at 5 p m
Schr Mnlolo, Kay, for Hanalol nnd
Kahlllvvnl, at 1" p m
Sclii-. Knwallanl, Mos's, for Kool 111
ports, nt 5 p. m.
Stmr. Klnatt Freeman, for llllo and
voy ports, nt noui
S'mr. Claudlre, t-arci, for Vt ul
rets nt 5 p. 1,1
btmr. W. a Hill, S. I'lompson, for
Kauai ports, at u p. m.
Stmr. Nllhnu, W. Thompson, f r
Hinamaiilu, at 5 p. m.
From Knual ports, per str. W. O.
Hall. .May Miss A. llendlxen, Father
S)lv ester. Con Ebert, C. A. Long. C.
Ah So, C J. Willis, O. M. Atvvood nnd
sevcut)-flvc deck .
From Maul ports, per str. Claudlno,
May 4 II. W Fillet, Mrs, Potter. J.
Potter, 0. II Paul, C. D. I.ufkln. T. K.
Hudson, A. T. F Jackson, Mrs J Ku
mnnoulu, F. Alhilght, F. l.)ons. A.
Roomer, II Copp Mrs. I.. Eldredge.
Mis. Esplndn ami child, F Ganzel, J
Ilnrr, Mrs. E. Lunl. Mrs. M. Kupala
lue, Mrs. M Kenwelvvl, J Shaw, W T.
Robinson, Mrs, Alull and son. I) Con
way, T E. HmUon nnd 30 deck,
BOOKED TO ARRIVE.
From Sen Francisco, per OSS. So
noma, Ma) 7 Frederick Waide nnd
wife. Mlts Wnrde, Miss M. Warde, L.
P Howe, J, A Haes and .vlfe, M.
Donohue and wife, W. II. facott, C.
Newton. F. Welsh. F Dradle-) J. T
Morrlse), J. O Conner, J. T Ilairls, H.
Walfccn, 1), Johnson, II Cnleninn C.
Herrcan, F D. McGinn, C Ilaiton J.
T Hyncs, Mrs J. J. Gear. Miss Geary,
Mrs. M. IJ Hammond, Miss Huminond.
Jilts A D Klncild, R. U.-own Mrs E.
P. Dole, .Mrs. Skell), M. Rosenberg,
Miss Kate Harris. Miss Ashton. Miss
Trescott, Mrs Morse and friend, J W.
Muson, J S Gillls and wife, 1, 13.
Thayei, Miss V. Lener, Daniel Lever,
W S, Perkins, Oliver Gale, Miss M.
Powers, Miss A. llrady,
8IIE WAS "A88Y."
Among the defendants in tho Police
Court this forenoon was Daniel Knuu
uao charged with assault and batter)
on his .wife from whom he has been
separated for two )ears past by choice
of the wife. Knauao pleaded guilty to
the charge and was aBked by Judge
Wilcox why he had struck Ills wife.
The defendant replied that sho had
"sasscd" him. Judge Wilcox told him
that he did not believe he had struck
his wife for being "sassy" to him when
he was courting her nnd the defendant
replied promptly; "Oh, that was long,
long ago." Kaauao was warned not to
bother his wife nnd the complainant
was told that If her husband ever as
saulted here again sho was to present
herself nt the police station and then
It would go very hard for Knauao. The
defendant was thereupon icprlmandcd
II AC. ISASEU4L1, SUITS.
The new baseball suits foi which the
Honolulu Athletic Club bint to the
I 'UOfc ll-l'i!U?, Will 1IUI lit? I'll US 'I C'
,,,, ,, ,. .......... ,-.,.,
B,1(lnlPfullv on 1P,r wealer8 on the day
of battle, but will be of a spotless white
'with red trimmings. They will bo
'worn over thin red sweateis nnd the
ends of the sleeves will protrude from
the Bhort sleeves of tho suits.
Tho caps to be worn with tho cos
tumes will bo red and white, while red
socks will adorn the shapely under
pinnings of tho players.
The new suits will also be furnished
with heavier padding tlinn that with
which the old suits wns provided.
They are expected to arrlvo very soon.
THIS WEEK we offer ou n couple of dozen ery beautiful Jackets nnd
gewns of Bilk ami satin, which havo come to us as samples of the skill of
'i famous Now York ladles' tailor, llclng samples, they nre, of course, espe
cial!) well made that's human natuic.
Wu don't Intend to carry the line. We hncn't room. We must do one
of two things, either send back these samples or sell them at actual cost.
S mil we send them back? It's up to ou.
1 CREAM SILK JACKET with Notmandy lace Insertion,
trimmed with black chot ribbon $15.00
1 PINK CHINA. SILK HOUSE JACKET, with lace np
, pllipie trimming 10 00
1 DLUE CHINA SILK HOUSE JACKET with Vcnlso In
1 PINK CHINA SILK JACKETwIth applique trimming.. 900
1 PINK CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with np-
pllque and ribbon 15 00
1 DLUE CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with
Normandy lace 15 00
1 PINK and WHITE SILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN trimmed with black v eh ct ribbon 12.50
1 BLUE and WHITE SILK STRII'LD CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN with applique trlmmli.g : 12.50
1 DLUE FOULARD DRESS with lace applique 2500
1 BLACK TAFFETA SILK SKIRT 1500
1 WHITE LAWN DRESS trimmed with Valenciennes
laee and ribbon nnd with tucked oke 12.50
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRESS, tucked waistband
bklrt trimmed with white sitlu ilhbon 2500
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DSCSS trimmed with nif
ties .mil edsed with while satin ribbon, ntlover laco
-" 25 00
Ulds for the- Lahaina water works
Vele opened it tho Department of
Pi'bllc WnrlcM tliLa afternoon Theyl
me ns folloWH
F. J. Aniwo Hawaiian Engineering
Co, building ti-servolt $4939, lajlng
1( Inch pipe u( Uludi 23c, I li'cli
bcrow pipe -Di 4 men cast lion plpo
I'll; 3 Inch wrought Iron pipe 15c, .'
inch wrought iron plpo 12c.
J. W. Sprlniton rosenolis, $5105;
Li) lug 10 Inch pipe u 97-louc. (J Inch
cuat Iron 11 tl lUUc, 1 lncii east lion
llpo 9 I-ti l-luih wrought lion 9 3C
ime, 3 Inch w rouht lion 7 8-10c, 2
Inch wiought iron 7 13-looc.
P. E Lntnir rtolts $j9SU; lay
mgd pipe $-.919.
J. J. Reiser, rourvolis $74",u, lay
ing pipe, $33ID
John Wilkt-r raervoln $9000.
Emmclnth ,t Co rnjmolis, $1050;
pipe lalng $r.2S.,5
Piohahl) tliH ontracts will ba
IN y. W. & 1.
The board of dlree tois of the Y W.
1- A. neiii . meeting thli morning nt 10
o'clock In the roonn of the asoclatlon.
The following new meniliprs weie voted
into the .nsoi-ution Mrs F T Wll -
Hams, Mlfu. M .3i hmlde Miss Josephine
Riley. Mrs fosephlne Robinson, Mrs.
D. F. NlchoUon Mlis Giace 13 D)cr
Mrs Amelh Lennon Miss Frederloa
necKiey. Mik Loulsi Kakaha, Miss Idv
M. Kuehler Miss L R Ryder. Miss
Mabel S Barlon and Miss Nellie M
Reports wpr.- re id and general busi
ness ttansacted Mrs John MeCnudless
was elected to take the place of 'Mrs.
Geo Davles on the hoard of dlreston
ns Mrs D ivies expects to be absent
for some time
The following la lies were present at
the meeting Mn E W. Jordan, Mrs.
F, J. Lowroy Mm 1) F Mnrx, Miss
Nellie Hyde, Mm John McCaudless,
Mrs. I! r Dillingham and Mrs. H, C
Mrs R F nillirlgham will gle a lec
ture In the Y
at 5 p. m
M r A on Thursday
At the noon song service on Filday
Miss Iol.i Harbor the violinist, will
render Beveral seieeiiona She will also
play the accompaniment to the songs.
Two harks artlud ftom San Fran
Cisco yesterday, the Aldeti Hesse and
the Anditw Welch Each occupied 21
days on tho voyage, although the Dcise
bent the Welch to pott b a small mar
gin. The Alden Besse Captain Kessel, ex
pcrlenccd continued calms on the run
down. She bt ought 700 tons of general
merchandlsK eonalgned to Win. O. Ir
win & Co Tb. Besse w cut-on the dr)
dock while In Sjti Francisco, having
leaked n llttla while In this port on her
. ,,,, , 1,, , ,
last trip She wa tepalred heio hefoio
leaving for tu3 Coast hut It was
thought best to make assurance doubly
nine1, bu huh uvt-ruumeti tu Dim . iau
Four horses for Cluile Uelllna ar
rived In tho nesse
Captain Kessel U ic.oiiiuiiled by 1.1s
Rife. This Is the (list tlmo that Mrs
Kessel has been to sea The captain
shipped a piano this trip, so that musk
made happy tho days of vo)ugtug.
Tho Bhlp Dlrlgo Captain Goodwin,
jnenily 100 days out of Hongkong fof
this poit, has lost her sugar charter
hence to San Francisco and tho Acme
ih now receiving sugar that was den-
timid for the Ditlgo Uxperlenced
skippers hnvo not yet commenced to
feel any uneasiness for the overdue
Nicely furnished rooms,
House, 1249 Fort St. $1.50 per week up.
me largest ogg i mat or me ostrich.
u weigns tnree puunu,
BARKS I i 'FRISCO
The Remnant Sale continues another
week. The bargains are by no means
all gone yet,
,;or Wnnt Column Stc Page Six
WANTED Good lady canvasser to
sell Du Ring Medlcnted Egg Sham
poo; $3 to $1 per day to right party;
stonily work; must bo good talker.
Address II P. Du King, Uullotln.
1 TO LET You know that no matter
how- severe your dandruff Is. Pa
theco's Dandruff Killer will cure It.
At Union Uarbcr Shop.
There are a number of vessels In poit
which will getnwa) this week One of
1 the first to depatt will he the schooner
Aloha for San Francisco with sugar,
j She will probably leave tomorrow. Tho
I German ship Paul Isenberg Is almost
leady to lenvo for tlm Sound and thu
ship Arthui Sewall will sail for Phila
delphia on Thursday with over S00
tons of btignr. The bark Ntiuanu sails
I tomorrow at noon for Knhulul to finish
loadng sugar for Now York. Sho has
I 400 tons aboard now. Tho Rrltlsh ship
Ellen A. Read wll get nwny at tho
, end of the week for the Sound, where
she wll load lumber for Europe. Tho
schooner Tianslt expects to get away
'for the Sound n a day or two. ns does
also the bark Ha) dn Drown The bark
Alden Hesse wll leave for the Conbt
wth sugor on Frday and the Albeit Is
not long for this port.
The Acme will sail for. New York
with sugar about the 20th Inst.
There Is trouble In the ranks of tho
tug-of-war enthusiasts. A lot of the
men who had money on the pull Sat
urday night claim that Hie Wela Kn
Haa team did not pull the Portuguese
over the line when they could hut that
theV llel.lVf'll fllV nine n tiiilf l.n... ,...
len J(,rkC(j them 0,cr w,hout nny
irounio wnatever. They claim that tho
contest would havo been over Inside of
a very few minutes had the native!
eared to take advantage of their super
It Is stated that the Portuguese havo
become discouraged and that they will
withdraw from the contests. The All
American team has nlicudy quit busi
ness and will enter another contest dur
ing tho present season. If this kind
of thing keeps up, the tug-of-war con
tests will go to pieces.
I M. C, JI. BAoWL
Ph)slcal Director Fred Young of tho
Y. M. C. A. has Just organized two base
hall teams from among the members
" ,it ,TiV,T A ' I
baseball regu art) one afternoon each
. .,,..' """""""""
.. v.. ..u bu,i-a nil, lurie place
of the icgular g)mnaslum work on
Tho first gamo will
bo played on the Mnklkl grounds this
afternoon at 2 30 o'clock. The line-up
of tho teams will be as follows:
I Irst team-Carl Oss. c; Paul Smith,
p , J. Nott, lb ; J. Hanks, 2b.; Johns
ton, 3b.; D, Center, ss.; II Nott. rf ;
H. Klnslca, lf and J Morgan, cf.
Second team A. Lucas, c; II, Kins
lea, p ; Ilertle Nott. lb; W. I.edeiei,
2b , A Magoon, 3b,; II. Aucrbaeh, ss.;
W. Morgan, if, J. Morgau, lf and
Fred Coffee, cf
Next Moll Days.
Tho Oceanic steamship Ventura, duo
from tho Colonies toman ow mninliii'
and expected to sail for the Coast to
morrow afternoon, will take the next
mall to San Francisco.
Tho next mall from San Francisco
will be brought by tho Oceanic steam
ship Sonoma, due to nrrlvo hero on
' Wednesday morning Sho will bring
ne ,)a)s' later mall and newspaper
8end the weekly edition of the Dul
letin to your friends. Only 1 a year.
a WEEK OF DMIH
65 Queen St.
At Public Auction
ARLINGTON HOTEL ANNEX
On Wednesday, May 7, 1902
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Oi. tho premises, by order of Mr.
FRANK L. HOOGS. administrator of
the estate of Tint. 7. 13. KROUSE, do
ceased, I will sell at Public Auction
tho business known ns tho "Arlington
Hotel AnneA," situated on Hotel
blrect, near Fort, In tho ery heart of
the city. The hotel contains twenty
cne rooms, nit well furnished. A
lenso for five years from September
1st, 190L goes with tho property.
A valuation of $1250 has been plac
ed on the property, hut It wilt bo
started at nn upset price of $800.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
FOR SALE !!
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
premises on Dcretnnla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Ileietanla street, 171 feet
deep; price $9000; one half casTi, bat
niico on mortgage 7 12 per cent.
SECOND Premise s" 259 Klnait St..
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
property has a frontngo on Klnau St.
ef 115 feet and a depth of 112 fret.
Dwelling comprises threo Dedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kltcrien, Bath,
laige Carriage House. Price $1500.
Terms, ono-half cash; balanco on
mortgago nt 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
has a right of way entrance to Dero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
Joining lot 2. Frontngo on Klnau St.
10C feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$1000. One-half cash, balance on
ii'ortgngo at 7 1-2 por cent net. Has
light of way to Dcretnnla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St