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EVENING DULLET1N. HONOLULU. T. II. TUESDAY. MARCH C, 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. 11., by the
BULLETIN PUDLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINHTON.. Editor
Entered at the Postofflce at Hono
tulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
frr month, anywhere In U. S..I .75
er quarter, anywhere In U. 3.. 2,00
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8,00
er year, postpaid, foreign 11,00
' tx months .SO
fer ycir, jnywhero In U. S.... 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
C. O. UOCKUS. Business Manager ol
.e Bulletin Publishing Company. Lim
ited, being flst duly sworn, on oath,
depones and gays: That the following
Is a true nnd correct statement of cir
culation for the week ending March
2, A. D. 1906, of the Dally and Week
ly Editions of thu Evening Dultetln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday. Feb. 24 2416
Monday. Feb. 26 2171
Tuesday. Feb. 27 2167
Wednesday, Feb. 28 2173
Thursday, Mar. 1 2162
Friday, Mar. 2 2165
Average Dally Circulation 2209
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuetday, February 20th, 1900 2356
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone... .1054
COMBINED guaranteed average
BULLETIN PUBLISHINO CO.. LTD.,
By C. a. BOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to b
foro mo this 3d day of Mar.,
SEAL1 A. D. 190G.
ISEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. H. BUIINETTE,
Ko'ary Public, Honolulu. County of
TUESDAY MARCH 6, 19U6.
Rather thnn evade the Issue the Super
visors will show better sense by re
cording the vole for schools and parka
If tliey bellevo In liberal support of
these Institutions nnd press the doubt
Involved to an early decision by the
court That will not only scttlo It but
furnish it definite basis ou which to
work In the next Legislature should
further perfecting of the County law
Editor Evening Iiulletln: 'TIs said
you can do any old thing with figures.
By your leave, I'll try reasoning: The
estimate for the conduct of the Coun
ty of Oahu for February was $31,000.
This was tnoro thnn twice the sum set
aside for the maintenance of schools
throughout tlio Territory. Tho $22,000.
used for roads In the County of Oahu
for the month of February Is almost to
s dollar. the sum required for schools
of the wholo group In tho month. I be.
Ilovo thero are about 17,000 pupils In
our public schools. I bellevo tho per
capita figures out more than tho worth
nf what they (jet for tho money.
February Is a short month. Kxelu.
five of Sundays, the figures tell of
suout J2.000. a day for County govern
ment. It may bo worth that or more
nnd stilt more as some people think;
but I believe It can bo dono for n good
deal less. I'll take the contract under
bonds to do It for 60 per cent, of the
Tho sum of $31,000. for County con
duct for February Is moro than a dol
lar n head for everything In the way
of a human being on Oahu. That's too
much. Of this $51,000. not a dollar
went Into public buildings or what a
business concern would list as perma
I don't question tho honesty of the
board of directors of tho County cor
t oral Ion. Neither Is It for poor mc to
question their capability. But I do In
dict them for their reckless, thought
less management, and their utter lack
of foresight. "After us. tho deluge.
seems to be about tho way they cstl
mate the situation. Now, I protest
that I do not croak, but I must Insist
that there will como a day of reckon
ing. Gentlemen of the Board of Su
pervisors, you ore maklrfg n poorer
financial showing thnn tho legislators
of 1900, who had an expense nccount'ol
$1,000. a day. Now do soma ngur'ng
Honolulu, Mar. 6, '06.
adjuncts of countries, consequently
there must bo somebody to do military
service. Perhaps It is becnuso they
get men to watch their Interests too
cheaply, Hint they regard them with
so little respect. There nre many
things I feel tempted to say In this
connection, but prudence suggests an
Some, of our civilian friends can
scarcely attribute their attitude to the
roldlers ethics, for although there arc
home amongst us whose conduct can.
not bo commended, they nro excep
tions, and not a type. In this direction
wo compare favorably with civilians
only In this respect, thnt wo lack the
means to clotho our misdeeds in a rat
ment that has the power to divest them
of their malignity.
Another theory which has becomo
current Is that men. 10 bo found In the
nrmy aro no'cd-do-well wanderers. It
ISan Francisco Argonaut
Thero is no mistaking the fact that
Japanese laborers aro so much
sought they can bo excused for an over
supply of conceit.
l tirnhnhK- irm that thorn nrn mnnv tho Territory of Hawaii has started-
In the enlisted personnel of the army cnmpalgn In favor of tho admittance
who might have chosen n career moio of the Chinese. More, this campaign
bencllclal to themselves. But our lack
of foresight Is the peoplo's gain, for If
nil young men refrained from entering
the army there would have to bo con
Is shrewdly nlanncd to Influence pco
plo who aro slow of thought: Thr
Ilcv. Doremus Scudder pleaded for th
Chinaman In that semi-religious week'
scrlptlon or elso make soldiering nlr. tho Outlook, and backed his advo
profitable nn occupation ns those to be "cy oi intermarriHg" ui yi-iiun- m.u
rnnn.t nn it, nnt.Mn i white bv nlous orgumcnL
......... .. ..... u.-....,. I - - - -- ..,.,,..,.
Tim vlniL'H nrna,t n Ilia Rntllr. NOW It IS in (JOlllOr S Hint We linu II
day evening star, camo from a crnven again, this tlmo by Howard C. Mohr,
.... . .. . ... ., !l utrllAd tn tt limn nt "Prnirwida nf
ininu, a perverieu uraiu, uno ui moss ...no w .... - -- . .-n. -.-.-.
who would havo .found n more congcn-l Amcrlcnnltlng Chlneso In Hawaii,
lal environment In this country wheu I Again wo are greeted with pictures ol
SOLDIERS AND CONCERTS
It Is nbout time the Immigration
Board began to give definite Indlci-
Inn . .1-liln nMInn If n start ltt tO
be made toward securo one or 100.000 Prompted that half-concenled piece of
Editor Evening Bulletin: Shall a
soldier abdicate his scat? It does not
take very keen Introspective Insight to
realize tho attitude of mind which
Labor unions of the mainland can
hardly hold Hawaii responsible for
the mainland influx of Japan. In this
matter the union man's Interest Is tin
same as that of Hawaii.
aiuuudliiR or the Mary E. Foster
gave an example of the great value of
a revenue cutter, permanently sta
tioned at this port. When' there I
trouble, at least oue vessel Is on hand
for Immediate service.
Thev say that war talk Is all fnds
nnd fancies. Perhaps It Is, but the
Drome would like to know why iu
President is sending special message
to Congress declaring for more and
better fortifications, It may be Just
Presidential enthusiasm but there s a!
ways tho clement of doubt on that
COUNTY, PARKS AND SCHOOLS
County Attorney Duthltt has been
lurnished with a legal opinion offend
through the columns of the morning
paper for tho obvious purpose of en
abling hi tn to cut his Jib on another
plan than that outlined In his news
paper Interviews, and trim his sail so
that he may catch County financial
breezes for the public parks but nut
It Is to be hoped that the money will
be legally found for carrying on tin
public park work, but It Is impossible
for this paper to subscribe to tho prin
ciple thut there Is greater necessity
(or care of parks than the publin
The gist of tho argument for r.
legal expenditure of County '-i 'i .'"
ft park controlled by u le.iU-..l
iioaid seems to be thnt thc-e t rothlr3
in the County law ,i.i..i. ;.. ...
venting such appropr-!nn. ilier'fi'"
It must be nit right, it i- it i ,
that the Park Com3i!f!i3"rr make u
detailed account of tho expenditure nt
ach County dollar th-.' v t iu ti.
The first may alto be :! it tun
public schools. Thtte N -.i . JUi..-d
that the County shall not spend money
for the public schools. Furthermore,
the Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion would no doubt be willing to glvti
to tho County a detailed account of tha
expenditure of every County dollar,
provided they got the dollar.
It is always Interesting In Hawaiian
affairs to note how certain men come
to the rescue with legal helps over hard
plares, when It Is desired to evade an
. obvious duty, and gain the money foi
somo other purpose.
With a few selfish exceptions we
believe tho citizens of Hawaii are In
favor of expending qny funds avail
able for the public schools and the pub
lic parks. The value, even the relative
value of these Institutions Is not opcr,
to argument in an American commun-
Under the circumstances, It must be
better for all concerned to place this
issue ns to tha limited use of County
funds In a position for final determina
tion by the court. This Is not dlfllcull.
It Is not unreasonable, notwithstand
ing the court may approach It with a
natural prejudice for the parks nnd
against County funds for schools.
Of lawyers' opinions there is no end
until you have the lUt of lawyers can
vassed. The cpurt can furnish a per
manent basis from which to "work.
sarcasm, concerning tho soldiers and
their occupation of the scats which aro
provided tor inose wno cnooso 10 list
en to tho music of the band, at tho Mo
ana Hotel, which appeared In tha Sat
urday evening Star. There is scarce
ly any tloubt that If thoso scats were
occupied by nuy other typ nf human.
ity other man a soiuicr, wnose guru
reveals his occupation, that thero
would be any protest from this dis
gruntled person. There Is a section of
tho community who ever want to bo In
the limelight, and who think to height
en tnelr own dignity by throwing as
persions at others. In fact, they aro
petty despots, utterly devoid of honor.
nnd character, and whose chief delight
consists in trampling upon thu most
sacred rights of humanity. If these
people think that the soldiers ought
to get up and let them take their place
they must regard them with somewhat
less respect than their llttlo poodles.
However, they think about such mat
ters, we will recognlBe our God-glvcn
Thero Is n tendency In many direc
tions to regard the enlisted mnn with
disdain, and thu causes of those ten
dcnclcs nro not very dlfucult to fntli
om. If thero Is anything in tho nature
nf military organization which renders
the soldier a occupation odious In the
eyes nf tho fastidious class of tho com-
munlty, it is the people themselves
who havo made, such conditions n ne
cessity. Armies grow up as necessary
the Union Jack waved over it.
Camp MrKlnlcy, March 6, '00.
ATKINSON HOLDS AXE.
(Continued from Page 1.)
everything In our power to win out
case, fully convinced that wo are in the
It Is reported that Judge Clear ii
working In tho Interests of the western
railroads ou the mainland In this em
igration matter. Tho western rail
roads are necessarily very much Inter
cstcd in tho opportunity of obtaining
cheap labor and tho whole scheme ol
Japanese emigration from Hawaii ii
based on the demand for Japanese
labor on the mainland.
Captain Truebrldge of the Olympli,
which arrived hero yestcrdny to take
away a load of Japanese laborers, had
tho following to sny, when questioned
by tho reporter: "I fall to see the
Justice of all this uproar about the
Olympla coming down to take away a
few hundred Japanese, when Japanese
aro being taken away from here by
the hundreds on every steamer from
Honolulu to San Francisco. Why don't
tho peoplo who are opposed to the
Jupnncso leaving, get in and tight tho
Pacific Mall Steamship Company and
the other companies taking away Jap
anese every trip, Instead of devoting
nil their energy to raising a rumpus
over an independent boat that comes
hero to do nothing more than all the
other4 boats aro doing!"
uovcrnor Atkinson was also seen
this morning. "No, I have called U'J
meeting of the Immigration Board,
he said, "you'll know In good tlmo If
there Is anything doing. At present 1
havo absolutely nothing to sny for pub
lication." The Oovernor can't under
stand why it is that the nubile (lie
eald the press) wants to know things
ucroro they nre all nicely finished nnd
polished nnd set on n shelf in the his
toric museum of ancient news. Ho
doesn't like anybody to get a gllmp3ti
at tho proof sheets of his llttln books
ami doesn t want the world to know
aught of his administrative stories
until they nro bound and on tho book
stands. In fact tho Governor wonders
why reporters want to know things.
One thing may be put down as a
proverb: When who Oovernor won't
tnlk. he Is giving birth to nn Idcn.
Oovernor Atkinson Is now in the
midst of the biggest business of bl
"Junior Chlneso Hoys Who Are Being
Educated at Wills Institute Along
American Lines," and ngaln wo nre
told about how delightful a chap a civ
ilized Chlneso Is. But Mr. Mohr (un
wittingly?) lets the cat out of tho bag
when ho quotes a missionary thus:
"Tho Chlneso may be slow and deliber
ate, but when he Is fully convinced "I
n good thing, ho Is ready to adopt It
And thbro Is no better place to con
vince him than right hero In American
Hawaii. What tho Territory of Hawaii
needs Is mora Chinese laborers to fully
man tho sugar plantations and bring
groator prosperity to the Islands. They
mnko tho best workmen In the cane.
fields. Tho foollMi un-Amorlcan Chi
ncso exclusion laws will havo to bo
very much changed If America wishes
to continue her fricnuiy inuuenco in
Thero s a good missionary tor you.
Bev. E. W. Thwlng Justifies tho confb
dencp placed In his (iod by the sugar-
growers. So docs Hov. Doremus scud
der. Missionary Thwlng may split his
Infinitives, twist bis singulars and plu
rals, and Jam sociology, religion, and
commcrco In ono paragraph, but lie
doesn't forget the sugar-growers. No,
sir. Wo fellows nre paid to havo the
heathen's soul, and let mo tell you, he's
a bully Held hand when he's raved.
Ycsslr, Wo missionaries know a thing
or two. Wo may be short on English
nnd trifles llko grammar and raco hU
tory, but we'ro all there when tho plan'
tatlnna need cheap labor.
Special by Wireless Telegraph
WAILUKU. Maul, March g.-a.
HX""For Rent" cards on sale nt
the Bulletin office.
' tTAft, uittii nnva
4-V-rVgJlWVHTMINT m IdtlAANCl A&tNTl
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedroom , $75 00
Emma St 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor, Young and Alaha Lane..., 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Walklki Beach 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street 50 00
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimukt Lots
homes for sale
"Trent aN0 company
Enos died today after a lingering
Illness, from heart disease. Tho
funeral will take placo this after
noon from the Catholic Church. 4
Mr. Enos was ono of tho leading i
4- men of W'alluku and was 75 years 4
Mill SUEY TAKES
mil MILL 10 MI
The American bnrk Fooling Suey
Captain Wlllctt, sailed this mornlnft
for Kahulul. Blio wns to havo sailed
last evening but was unable, to get oul
of the harbor, owing to tho schoonei
.Mary E. Foster going on mo recr.
SI10 takes tho Wallukil mill equip
ment to Maul. At Kahulul alio taker
nn a full cargo of sugar for Now York
around tho Horn.
Trnst Co., Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
Every steamer these days brings us
many cases or staple coeds and Nov.
eltlet. As fast as possible their con.
tents are marked and placed on sale.
We are now showing,
New' French Lingerie
Hf HAND EMBROIDERED g
Pin Check Taffetas, soft finished, per
Crepe de Chine, exquisite evening
tints, per yard S1.50
Silk Suitings, In Fancy Grays, per
yard S1.25 S1.50
NEW WASH GOODS
Cotton Foulards, Mercerized, espe
cially for Children's Dresses, per yard
Flowered Organdies; newest pat
terns per yard
25 30d 10 & 50J
Flowered Batistes, fast colors, 6 and
8 yards for jj S1.00
White Self-figured Madras, per yard
Yesterday's Supremo Court decision
In Seattle Drawing & Malting Co. vs.
the Treasurer of Hawaii, shows a way
to avoid frequently recurring dlfllculty
In cobcs of claims against the Terri
tory. Says Chief Justice Frear:
A wise middle course would seem to
be to provide, as Is done by somo Fed
eral und State statutes, that moneys
collected should bo paid into the
Treasury without nwaltlng the result
0 flltlgatlon. but that if adjudged' to
have been Illegally exacted they might
bo paid back without wanting for a
The nctloti was for Treasury fees
paid under protest
Tho schooner Mary E. Foster, which
struck tho channel reef last evening
while attempting to get away for San
Francisco with sugar. Is at the Navy
wharf undergoing a formal survey, al
though she Is not supposed to bo dam
aged by her scrape on the coral. She
expects to get away beforo tonight.
Dan Case, Maul's n.eniber of the
Washington delegation on the Hawaii
refunding bill, writes that tho delcgutci
feci very hopeful as to results.
CALLED ON MADAM PELE
AND A L WEKE I'LEASED
JOURNAL PARTY HAD SPLENDID
TIME AT VOLCANO HOUSE AND
(Special to The DuUtlln)
Volcano House, March 2. After an
evening of pleasure and entertainment
at Hllo. that lasted until 3 o'clock
Thursday morning, the party of Ore
gon young ladles arose early and left
thero at 7 o'clock. Coming by rail to
Mountain View, being met hero by
stages nnd conveyed here, arriving it
Unon their nrrlval they at once
went for a walk through the sulphur
beds. These were curiosities that ex
cited many remarks of awe, Follow
Ing this the party sat down to lunch,
tho Volcano Houso cuslne being much
appreciated by the girls. Lunch con
cluded, the party were loaded Into
hacks nnd tnken for on Interesting
drive along tho Kau road and back
through the beautiful fern forest This
lata feature appealed strongly to the
ladies' taste for the artistic nnd all
were loth to leave the forest. Return
ing from here they drove to near the
extinct crater Kllauea Ikl. Viewing
this they were nble to see 600 feel
down to the lake of, mud nt Its bot
tom. By this time It was 4 o'clock
and the tlmo set to start and sco Ha
wulls greatest sight, tho Kllauea vol
ano. During all the time since their
Arrival they had shown an animated
dcslio to get down near tho source of
all tho smoke that could be seen from
the hotel. By 4:30 o'clock tha horses
and mules were ready for the three
mlln ride across the lava bed. Thu
girls, I'ostumed In riding clothes nuu
with an addition of seven men to tlit
party of twelve, the ride begun. Tha
girls aro not nil experienced horseback
riders, but this apparently was nu
drawback to them, for tho guides who
accompanied the party claim that all
recorded time wus broken, ns the an
imals were given their beads and with
some persuasion the riuc was maue in
43 minutes. This ride with mallblnls
usually consumes at least an hour and
ft half. Upon arriving at the crntcr,
hbortly before sundown, the party nt
onco began sightseeing the vistas nec
essary to view before dark. A visit
was mado to I'elo's reception room,
the party nil leaving cards. From here
they went to tho Devil's Kitchen and
here excited the admiration of the
guides by the promptness shown in
descending tho fifty feet to the bottom.
Here tho light sulphurous clouds arise,'
luBl"b me air lllllll 11 is WipUBSlUie IUI
see where you are going. Many men j
reach the top of this ascent, turning
back without descending for tho
unique view. But these ladles are all
01 tno Kind Hint experience every
feature, even when It causes the cour
age to ooze. It was now dark and tho
party climbed up to I'ele's Kitchen
and toasted Rouvenlr cards, to mall to
menus, while they were doing this
the guides cooked coffeo from tho hent
of the (Ires underneath. This coffee,
with sandwiches was eaten with a rel
ish. Luncheon over, the head, guide of
fered a presentation to l'elo of a cup
of coffee, asking tho Volcano (Joddets
to Are up sufficiently enough to make
the lire In tho main crater perceivable
through tho dense, smoko that was
Shortly after this the party moved
lo the edge of the crater and here, af
ter much solicitation to I'cle, the party
was ablo to sco below them 476 feet,
ho cono that started February 22.
Shortly after this tho return trip be
gan. This wns made In nn hour nnd
upon reaching the hotel nil sat down
to a lino meal, although it was 10:30
They leave on the Klnau for their
return trip to Honolulu. Without ex
ception they have enjoyed their visit
lo Hawaii greatly ond regret that they
tannot remain hero nfew days more.
. Just Received
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carriage painting and building. This department Is In charge of sJcttl
I ed workmen, who, besides doing repair work, are competent to under
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On 8undayt the Halelwa Limited, s
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The DU8INE8S MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, nlvei a
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gal notices, rails for tenders. Judg
ments, building permits and real es
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R00M8 17181020 YOUNO BUILDING
Notice U hereby Riven that tlio fol
lowing havo applied for Liquor li
censes, and any protests against the
Issuance of theso licenses should be
filed In this offlco by Monday, March
Uento do Abrcu Gth class license ut
Kaumoall, Hamakua, Hawaii.
Kanal Tsuncklchl Bth class llccnso
at 15 1-2 miles cross road, Olaa, l'una.
Hondo Toyoto Sth class llccnso at
I'ucopaku, Hllo, Hawaii.
I'ugll Sth class license at Holualoa,
vacua, N. Kona, Hawaii.
K. Shlbayama, 2nd class llccnso at
Holualoa, N. Kona, Hawaii.
C. T. Green Gth class llccnso at
Walliee, Walluku, Maul.
I'auwela Club Gth class llccnso at
l'amveln, Makawao, Maul.
Allan M. Doyle Gth class llcenso at
Walnlha, Hanulel, Kauai,
A, J, CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii,
Treasurer's Offlco, Honolulu, March
C 1900. . 3321-3t
dcr and by Virtue of tho laws of tho
Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to
law In such cases made and provided,
duly filed In this office, n petition for
the dissolution of tho said corporation.
together with a certlQcato thereto an-
noxed as required by law.
Now, thereforo, notice Is hereby giv
en to any and all persons that liare
been or are now Interested in any man
ner whatsoever in tho said corioratlon,
that objections to tho grunting of tho
said petition must bo filed In this offlco
on or beforo 12 o'clock noon cm tho
30th day of March, 190C, and that any
person or persons desiring to tie beard
thereon must be In attendance1 at tho
offlco of the undersigned. In tha Cap
itol Dulldlng, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock,
noon of said day, to ghoir cause, it
any, why said petition should not bo-granted.
A. J. CAMPI1KLL.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, January 23rd. 1900.
3288 Jan. 23, 20. 30; Feb. 2. C. 9, 1,
ju, zu, S3, n; .Mnr. z, g ji. is, ic
Notice Is hereby given that U, Tuka
moto has Died an application for a 4th
class liquor llcenso at South corner of
King and Illver streets, Honolulu, Oa
hu, and any protost against tho Issu
ance of this llcenso should bo filed In
this offlco by Friday, March 9th, 1906.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Offlco, Honolulu, March
C, 1906. 3324-31
TERUlTOnY OF HAWAII.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu,
In re Dissolution of the Hawaiian-
Chinese Kona Coffee Plantation. T.lm.
Whereas, the Hawallan-Chlneso Ko
na Corfee Plantation. Limited, a cor
poration established and existing un-
For HIo and way port, per stmn.
Klnau, March 6. W. C. Rardcn, Mrs.
M, Low, Judge a. W. A. Hartal. J,
KlrkUntl, Wm. Knott, J, T, Taylor,
Mr. Anderson, N. Oorman. Qoa C. Sea-
J. T. Ilakcr. A. J. Sultzcr. Chu Coy. J.
Morse, Judge H. E. Cooper.- W. IL
Greenfield, J, p. Slsson, C. IL Ttetnuut,
J. W. Pratt, E. C. Brown, Mrs. V. W.
Maby and two children, i. N', Ha by,
0, C. Conradt, Mrs. F, W Cuucr Vol
cano passengers appear elsewhere.
For Kauai ports per nwr. V. a.
Hall, March 6, 5 p, m, Ibaip. Aictu, W,
T. Ruwlins, C. M, Lovested, If. C Shel
don, Mr. Crowcll, Mrs. Ruwlfnv, C. F.
Herrlck, Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. .1. K. Han
dall, J. E. Cummlngs, C. W. Spely andi
wife, Mrs. Lun Deer, Mfss, Cbiu Look