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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It., SATURDAY. MAHC11 10, lOOfi.
Leant Chapter Initiation.
Oceanic First Degree,
Honolulu Commandery Stated
S p. m.
Pacific Second Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter Regular,
AU visiting memberi of tka
tder are cordially Invited to at
(and meeting! of local lodges.
rIARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30 ,
I O. O. P. Hall, Fort streeL
E. n HnNDllT. Secretary. '
elmer ii scHWAiizuunn, n o
AU visiting brothers very cordially!
MY8TIC 1 OD'JE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
f :I0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
utreeL Visiting brothers cordially In
ltKl to attend.
Q. II berret. c. c.
P. WALDIION, K.RS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
at. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
fcers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
toothers cordially Invited.
C M. WHITE. C. C.
E. M. COLEMAN, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O. E.,
srlll meet In tholr new hall, on Miller
and Beretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the B. IL
HAnilY II. SIMPSON,
OKO. H. ANGUS, E.IL
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evenlnc at
7:30 o'clock In K of P. Hall, Kins
ircei. visiting orotners cordially In
!- 'o attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, CC.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month nt 7 30
o'clock In K. of P. Hall. Kins street.
Visiting Eagles ore Invited to at
tend. SAM McKKAOUE. W.P.
II. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first nnd third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall.
Odd Fellows' Rulldlng, Fort Street, nt
T:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
U desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
0'Jl".T CAMOE8 No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
tch month at 7:30 p. m., In San An
toilo Hall, Vineyard streeL
.Visiting brothers cordially Invited
A. K. VIERRA. C. II ,
JOHN P. DIAS, PS.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R M.
Meets every second nnd fourth
FRIDAY of each month, lu I. u. i .
Visiting brothers cordlall) Invited lo
W. C McCOY. S-ii hen,.
A. E. MURPHY. C oi It.
BISMARK STABLE 00., LTD.
filSMARK BRANCH STABLES
flacks. Carriages, Buggies and Sad
fie Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
tent drivers, reasonable rates, lw
oohlcles and live stock.
-"For Rent" cards on sale at
Jtie Bulletin office.
mgr- Fine Job Printing at the Bul
let n office.
FIFTY YEARS TEST,
STILL THE BEST
Mfschlaeger Co.. Ltd.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
Alexander & Baldwin
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander. ..Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peek Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
si. gents for
Hawaiian Commercial &. Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakata Ranch Company,
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL &. CO.,
P. 0. BOX 6-42.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
CAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREET8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE 80LICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union SL nr. Hotel
NOW ISN'T THIS APPEALIN07
FRESH THRhE DAYS
"WhatJ" The home-made bread told
Alexander Young Hotel
Absolutely flrc-proof, finest cul
sine, elcinntly furnished nnd the
bi-H hi trvlce.
HOAH W. GRAY Manager
Honolulu, T H.
CLEANING and DYEING
Wtrnow nuklnc specialty of tht
Sanitary Steam Laundry.
Plume Alnln 7!l '
i sr 'VW'vb atw vw -"ww
Best Meal In Town
ON HOTEL 8T. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
UEALRR8 IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
841 NUUANU 8TREET.
Tel. Main 266. P. O. Box 94S
Fine Jib Printing at Tho Bulletin
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos (or hire nt Tor. Stables.
Trj one of thoo delicious hot sup
pera nt the Cobweb Cnfe.
II I' U.ildwln still In the queens
IIuoiili.il Is IninnnltlE nmlilh I
Joint Chalmers hus been unpointed
ril.tii.t nrrv unl-iltl for Hhnn. Mnlll
Tiu bnttlmhlp Oregon will arrive In
pun Hum Yokohnmn about Mnrch 20.
Tli ntl-s.ilooii League w 111 hold Its
nmi.il meeting on Thursdu). March 22
Knits bread winner enn enjoy "Ha-1
nler llcer- bo can his wife nnd clill- mean nothing! It depends upon the
'''a iolleillon of rare nnd Mluaolckm' knowledge, and fitness of ths
stamps Is offered for sale. Sec lu'. examiner,
pnge 8 !
The ship Edwnrd Scwnll sailed for
Philadelphia this morning about 10
, Neatly furnished room at the Pop
ular. $1, ft.DO mid $2 per week. 1213
I Fort streeL '
Mr Mil) field will speak at the car.
'barn scnlcc. Sundn) mumlng, nt 10 1
i o'clock All nie wcliomo i
i Rev Y Ininmura, Huddhlst mission-.
I nr Is rnlslng a fund to send to tin '
famine suffeicrs of Japan.
I Knlutnnl school pupils were given a
I ride around tou n Inst night In one of
I the Itnpld Transit private enrs.
Ring uji 4(l, Raymond Ranch Ment
Mnrket and order nice fnt Knhlklnul
I beef nnd )oung cnl, Island chickens
. The Oceanic liner Ventura sailed
I from Snn Krnnilsco .March 8 at 1
. o clock in the ntti-moon nnd Is due In
'port on next Wednesday.
The old resldenco of A. P. Cooke.
I near K.mnl.ihno church. Is being torn
I down to make room for the new build-
Inn of the Kalulnnl Home.
J, . T. ,i? n r nr u ir rJv.
naj be In lie mailer or l titter, Lrys-
nl Spring, brand li certain to pleaso
u. Mo ropolltnn Meolfo.
.Mr ( Sunimn, who formerly con
ducted u barber shop nt 1128 Tort street,
lias reopened n nice new nnd clean ship
at No 10 King street, near Nuunnu
Amazing silk offering Is made by
N. S. Snehs Dry Goods Co.. for .Mon
day, Tuesday nnd Wednesdny. For
prices see nthcrtlsemcnt in today's
Arc )ou Interested In the piano? An
experienced teacher will give ou 8
lessons per month for (3 nnd guaran
tee to tench you bow to play In six
months. See nd. this Issue.
The next meeting of tho Hucktyo
Club of I law nil will be held at tho
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ren-
ner, Uerctnnla nenuc (CcntrnI Union
Chinch grounds), nt 7 30 o'clock Tues
day evening, March 13.
The rinklinm plan to create a beauty
pot from the swamps below the Mc-
f.ully tract hns been published In pam-
fillet form under the title "lteclaina-
lion of Wulklkl District." Full plans
tnd details of the scheme arc glxen.
. . C. A. and tho . M C A. tomor-
row- nfternoonnt 4:30 o'clock In the
V M. C A. hall, at which Rev. a. D.
Ldwurds will spenk on "The Diamond
Rule" All men and women nre Invlt-
"Loe StrotiKCr than Dcnth" Is Mr
S i: Dnmon's suhlect this evening nt
S o'clock In the Gospel Mission, Fort
Mrect. next door to tho Island Mnat
Market, opposite Club stables. UrlghtJ '
filler Hrtczy' You are tulted to.
Tho American Hawaiian freighter
N'ehraskan is nt the Rnltwny whnrf.
having nrrled this morning after n nth, 2d Sundny or Lent: 8-30 a. in.,
tempestuous vongo of nlno dayx high mass, sermon, collection, Sunda)
from San Francisco. Sho has a large school; 4 p. m Rosary,
cargo of merchandise for Honolulu and I The Catholic Church of St. Joseph,
Knhulul nnd will sail for tho Inttcr Moar.nlun, In chnrgo of Rev. Fuilici
port tomorrow or Mondny. She Clement. Tomorrow, Mnr. 11th. 2d
brought two dn' Inter mall. 'Sunday of Lent- 11 a. in. high inns
I'icsldcut Perley L llornc. of the sermon, collection, Sundny school, 2
Knmeh.-imehn Schools, read u paper be. ( I' m-, Slntlons of tho Cross.
lore the Mothers nnd Tcnchcis rinln ' " '
jcsierdav afternoon nt Central Union
church m '('unsiriiitlxo I'hlluntliio-
iiv H tiiiineiit unit wrnni: i o nu
I wns not ullOKetlK-r discouraged when
I bad bovs. rnthrr than noor bos. had
isuch splendid udvuntages ns-those of- Wm M. Klnc-nld. 1) D. will preach In
ifered hv nu Institution llko the Wnla- the evening, subject, "Personal Pur
ine Industrial School My."
to mile your home comfortiblc, because you
thinl. the expenje connected with it will be
comiderable? If you rc trying to lave money by not having the
necessary home comforts, you are doing injustice to yourself and
A modern bathroom is a necessity and is considered the most
SSSo3Cf d-J-ay fygs
pleased to quote you prices. Write or call and we will give you
the illustrated booMet entitled " Modern Home Plumbing."
J. W. EINQLArND CO.
PHONE MAIN 323.
may mean something for you or It may
Our examinations are conducted aft
er the most approved methods, and,
back of all, we have adequate knowl
edge of the eye and Its needs.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building, Fort 8L,
over May &. Co.
(Associated Press Cable.
WINS HIMSELF A BRIDE. I
London, March 8 -The engagement
of William Waldorf Astor to Nnnulo
I.anghornc 8hnw Is announced
TAFT AS JUSTICE,
Washington. Mnrch 9 It is stnleu
thnt tbo President will appoint Hc-ru-
',,ry of Wm Tatl lo ,llc bnch of ,l,u
United States Supreme Court lu place
of JtI!lke I)rottn. rrt,rc,
VIOLATE TRUCE FLAB,
Monto Crlstl. Him Domingo, March !i
While negotiating with the go em
inent troops for a surrender, the Instir-
lcctos violated the truce nnd killed til"
government commander, Gcnerul Ce-
pin, nnd eight of his men.
ARCHBISHOP O'BRIEN DEAD.
iiiiiiuiA. iutrt.ii v iwi'uiiisucii
O'Urlen Is dend
Most Rov Cornelius O'Hrlen, Arch
bishop of Hnlifux, was horn at New
Ulasgow, l'rlnce Hdwards Island, on
May 4, 1843. He wns educated nt St
Dunetnn'a College. Chnrlottctown,
Archbishop of Halifax In 18S2. Ho wns
w-Jdcly known ns a writer on church
topics, nnd of magazine articles nnd
$AN FRANCISCO FIRE,
San Francisco, March . Fire Inst
night destroyed the Printing house of
Cunnlughnni. Curtis & Welch, the cs -
ubllshment of the Union Lithograph
Company, nnd the printing ofllce nnd
bindery of Louis Roesch. The loss Is
FIGHT WITH TRIBE8MEN
TnuBler.' March o"n n light with'
o Rnlsull Anjern .rlbesmen "en wiro
tho Rnlsull Anl
silled nnd sixty wounded.
Tho Catholic Church of St. John tho
i Jiaptist, Kuniil-wacna; in charge of
itv Father Clement. Tomorrow, Mnr
Central Union Church, the Rov
pastor of tho First Congre
Knunnni cjiiurcn. icon nnus. in..
preach In tho morning; subject. "The
I'luirb-llne of Duty " The pastor. Itov
- W, in the home.
tial that it should
be equipped with
only modern and
ment of nil home
owners, is the
Ware which is
recognized for its
beauty in design,
It is guaranteed
turers to be ex
actly as repre
sented. We handle
Ware and will be
121 HOTEL STREET.
---" . ,. ,: , ... :,VV "" hauat tnai mo .imKnwen scuooi, wnicn Increased from J42.B0 to IG0. Miss M.
Vhl Si".e nf .. i "pI.,,; ..r!!!! ""' UQnnox ,,a'1 ci0""i bocn,,8e of th0 i'- Voder resigned In December. 1904.
" ?"f,R.0..0' .,l'c. J'r?p.ala.n(In ,at SIpMlierln outbrenk. hnd been reopen- nnd wag reappointed, her salary being
""'" ""'lu. ""u, liuieur in, t., Tho Knloheo School was Closed Ineronsml frnm inn In 170 II
iV."""V""c3n,:i'rcc,.oror.b.l,-altlng fumigation. Haldwln thought, ..... ,.,MhnIm ,. Hrlm ,,,, ,,,.'
uuuniiiii H iuiiii'uriii ill, una iiinm, .,.-. i ., , ,..,. ....,, t...... ...1.1 - .. ,.....,....... uw. ......... .. ..
Board Defers Action
Question Of Janitors
Considerable business was done In i
a short spnee of time by the Hoard of
Education at Its meeting yesterday nf-the
ternoon, Tho Janitor question was
brought up by Iiabbttt In tho form of
n ipcort on tlu unsuccessful attempt
to get aid from the County, but was
promptly burled for the time being.
The Hoard adopted the following
recommendations of the Teachers'
That Miss Ro9c tlllnon bo appoint
Ci assistant In tho (Kris' Industrial
Sdicol, In place of .Miss Haul, who do
illnca appointment, from April 1st
That resignation of MIsb I'loicnro
M. Carter, assistant Maemno School,
That Mrs. Kdwatds bo appolnjed an
assistant lo Alca at n salary of $J5.
That Mrs. Edgar Wood be grunted
lc.no of absence from April 1C to
A letter was rend from the teachers .
of Kaahumanu School thanking for tho j
encouraging letter sent them by the
Rnard, commending the exhibition glv-
en liv the school at thu floral rnrade.
Rahhltt reported that Quartermaster
Captain Humphrey had notified him
that the War Department would not
jliirnlsh transportation to teachers,
I liabbltt had seen Mr Kleunlin of the
p. M. S. S. Co. who had urom sod to
cdiumunlcnte with the bend olllce In
3311 l'wnclto regarding ho proposl
unn to reduce fnres for teacher who-
lwW)fl, ()) ,.,, ,., gcl()ol
Principal Copelnml wroto that tho
Walluku School needed n Janitor.
There hnd formerly been n Jnnllor for
Ibfl school who had had plenty of
wri, to do but there was none now.
i The children, snld Copelnnd, tonld
.hardly ho asked to do the rough w'ork
after school hours. He did not wnnl
In raise any special kick, hut ir other
.drools had Janitors, he did not think
hlfl should he discriminated against. It
was decided to glvo the school a Jan-
Incpector Haldwln reported from
. siiiiuun uiw i i-i iuid iniiu
greater attention to tho seriousness of
" . ?Ir- K'' T, .!Si"r: 'n'r, '52
made several suggestions to fill the
f, ppofntlng th ! MlS.es Anderson
lln ,ilu iinol. school Mr Knmenlwn to
VAcancy. A message had been sent to
to llnnn This wns approved. The
changing of salaries In this case makes
n saving or $20 n month.
... 0" 'ffi Mau'dC nn li "tie
1' eui0.oac ul """ '" Ut ",0
IVgar Heurl(ucs had asked If Jlmu
II was going to be obscned ns n hoi-
1 May. as ho wanted to make n Haw-all-
an day or It. liabbltt had told him
tlin- wns nlwnjs done,
Hal hltt had eommlssloned Father
eXrand Me.st'Ratt !. Tm
Gcnator Dickey as truant officers
These had also been ghen special pcA
. . .. V . V
lice Irndges. The appointments were
Cpurovod by the Hoard. Habbltt hnd
also picpaied blanks b which scIuhiI
principals could call tho attention of
theso olllcers ;u trtinnry enscs without
llukiug such mutters lo the court.
I Habbltt produced a patriotic school
program which hnd been compiled
'Irum many of those which were sent
1 1 uiit muii il iiiunu nilit.il nciu rum
In nt the McCnndless competition This
will be printed and sent to tbo union
Mr Tollefson had written nuking
nhat to do In tho enso of a man who
would not ullow- his grandchildren to
to vaccinated, liabbltt hnd written
him calling attcullon to thu stntu'ory
ftuo Imposed In snch cases, but hnd
tl lire lenrned thnt tho chlldien would
..,.. ....... ... wuiwici owini,
n ,.,?. ' 001" ".. ror vaccination. """.""- '. roT" i ,8 ,0 ,53 'as though ihcy would ecllps.. nnythlne
ten?o t.ort'8uuerveirsr Xt I1 C II Wn wn "raised from T Te,rrUr- " T "i."", '"T
Countv o nsldst to nav schoof In l" 33. and Mrs. V. A. Cnrvnlho J"" l !" course with nil lho oh
(,01ml) to assist to pnj school jnnl- ,..,,., Mra , ., canwnler Jcctlonnblc hill-climb tig dono nway
tors and thu reply to It denying tho re. " WJtoJJ J. M r.. I . Carpcntc ,
.. . ... . ...
Kurrlngtou nsKed how- t wou d ho to
nia n miitlim nnt tn till... nnv nc-llmi
ith.?, natter '
In tins innttnr
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Would thnt mean to Keep our Jam.
torn as at present?" asked Mrs. Jor
"No; I don't want It worded tlia'
way, bemuse some cuts enn be mndu,"
said liabbltt. "It would be better to
elder nctlon, ns thut would still keen
lho matter open."
Kurrliigton made n motion to dcfei
nctlon, which carried
A letter from llomr 8. Townsend
tho Acting not crnor wns rend. He
wrote thnt he was tired of teaching In
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.'... . . .',. . ..'..
ne i-n uppines niu wo, u ii.o 10 ih .- - "- - -- - , MlI,.rr vUiero ,, cou(1 uc. llU(
turn with Ills fnmMy to Honolulu Ho .," '"""..V . ,, . ral8e" 'r0"! The iRnns Soucl nlnoo hn been
Hi Iwniild Ilk., u nosltlnn In lho Rehool Do $42 50 to $48. John Hush wns rulsed ' "" ba,1B oouci pinco lias lieeu
i-j 'wouiii UKe u position in ino Sdiooi uo omsinnd wns I thought of as n club house.
J i par incut or any other Oinernment do m $S 0 o $100 MUs Oins tead as Th(j
1 ?1nrl",,"'t; T,ma,lr.r.n,rofom,, wrrem iW a nal,lrnl 'lpa'"- a ry
IP T"acl'-,rs'Comnilttee ' aVrouc.1 r. tn $25 to $30 Jos Cy r" HIe Has been henid of It lately A
If The Misses Jean nnd Myrn Angus was raiseu ironi j ro ju. job v,ypri . ' , . . ,. ,....lntrv wnll., ,.
kl w-ern crnnieil lenvo r nbsencn on BP. . nna was raised from $15 to $20. country ciuii " country would no
H wero granted leaio of obsento on nc-i mnnim ,i, minritv nf ihn an excellent t h ng and perhaps somo
iiiiuin on ncr norso wniici parucipuciug -" , :-, , , ,', , . I
In tho flornl parade ns a pn-u Hder and cftUB" the Legislature failed to appro ,
hnd been Injured, Fiank Andrnde aslc- Pi ato aufflclont funds. Tho Hoard of I
ed tut she he glen her full snlnr) :lealon, at the lime , Superintendent
whll she was disabled, as the Depart "avis was In olllce, attempted to pro
nmt i,, i ... i...u in ,,in I U n nro rata raise, but found thnt
tn pnindo out Tho Hoard members
failed to boo how It could bo dono. al
thoueh thov exnressed a wish to be
able to grant tho request. Tarrlngton
suggested passing the matter up to thu
Habbltt said that granting tho re
quest might creato n bnd precedent.
Rnhbltt showed a skotih of tho pro
posed now Knllhl-waena school and
grounds. Ho had had Alexnndcr
Young of Knplolanl I'ark, Donnld Mo
Intyre and Park Expert Robinson roako
suggestions, which would be utilized,
The architect was toady to begin on
drnwlng of the plans. Tho Clov
crnor hnd suggested plnclng shower
bnths In tho schools, whero dirty clill
dren could bo sent liabbltt proposod
to place such a bath at this new
" Ifoollall rules committee could not
A short time ago tho following con grapple with the work It hnd under
current resolution which rfag passed .taken. There Is no doubt but thnt this
tiV the Inst Legislature) WHS called to
the nttention of tho Acting Governor-
Re It resulted, etc., That it Is tho de-
' sire or tho Legislature In Increasing
tho appropriation for support of
'sHinnta Hint tho Hoard of Education
increase tho salaries of teachers nt
present receiving Seventy fho Dollars
per month or less.
i As n lonseqttenio the Governor call-
,-d fnon Superintendent Habbltt for n
!,,t,.m..,,t i, hnw wlint unlnrlea (mil
i,rl.,, raised, and wns given a rcport.i
U B10ws that Miss Helen It
promoted lc-o Miss Maronl. w
I' j, , ,co. MrH. i,. c.
transferred fi'om Knunl, September,
19UH, rnlsed from 112.60 to $48. Mrs.
P. L. Winter Is raised from $12.50 to
$.,0 Mrs. I.U rain, transferred from
Wablawa to tho Normal nnd then
her present position. Is reduced from
JC0 to o2. Miss Lulu Cameron, who
on I'vbruary 11 and her Falary Incrcng.
0d to ISO. Tho salary of M. M. Scott
WIU Increased from $180 to $200. Miss
clara Cameron was Increased on tho
first of January from $00 to $7u. Mls
' Hazel HotTmnn resigned In June. 1S04.
nd wns reappointed, her salary being
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,.,,.,,.,,,. hr ,i' lnrr.i
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incensed fVom $100 to $200 The
lary of W. T. Popo I. raised, from
irntn m in aiiii. i.ticnr woikih Hainrv
$100 to $120. Miss Ida O. MacDonald' "" " "" "'" "' ",u -- --
was transferred from Kapaau to tno tests no grentcr lnurcls can be won by
Normal In September, when her salary f ""'leto than those at tho Olympic
was raised from $12.50 to $70, and In fett- "" " "hould be today. th
November It was raised again to $80. the many promising champions which
Miss Florence Hill, who received V "avo at present we may look tn
$ir., wn. transfrd to the Normal ntlAmcrlca upholding tho piestlge on for.
125. and In Jnnunrv her snlarv wns
rnlsed to $r,0. Mls's Llzzlo Ayau was The so-called Olympic games of 1904
transferred from Hana In 8cptem!Pr" ' ?lly work h champions, ,,
nnd wns reduced from $14 to $42.60. erles at all for the host part of tho
Mlsj Iw-nlanl K. Dajton was raised world's famous nthletes were not profc.
from $12.00 to $41 Mrs. Clara Moku- cnt- In lick and field ovonls, at least,
mnla passed nn examination, and was was practically nn Amcrlcnn clinm
rndcrt from $30 to $37.60. Miss Clara plonshlp eent. Thus there wns every
Claypool was promoted from a prlncl -
V"1 '?'"'' i !
UU Hl Churchll, had' her
"'I'00' Increased, and her salary was
rnlKi-il nr-rnrtllnolv from 1(1(1.60 tn 180
rnlsed accordingly from $00.60 to $80
Mrs. L. M. Smith was made assistant
to principal, and Increased from $40
Tho tulary of P. A. Richmond wnn
increased from $120 to $176, when lie
is nn fpmti iiDululmit si ilio Ifniil litis'
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to prlnclpnl of the
bcliool. Miss Hn,--
I ill I I If nf . Jn
riet iiapni wns rniscil irom ?Jo to Jiu.
nnd Ming Louisa llnpnl tho same. Miss
Trinidad Mnrcus, nsslstnnt to princi
pal, was raised from $37.B0 to 1 10.
Ilenry Komomua wns rnlsed from J-5
Miss Alice l.ulng obtnlned n certifi
cate nnd wus rnlsed from $25 to $37 50.
Mini Ano Ahlnn wns raised from $37.1,0
In $40 on the same ground. Jos, do
- , i. , ... riii
irtion S4i inutf.n,i nr ti'r.n Arrhliinlii
t."?n instcnd or .& Arciiiuniu
I"1 Wan raised from $00 to $80. Mr.
I-- 1- Austin wns mndo nsslstnnt to
'.lmlnl nn.l rnluml frnm tmr.fi Irt
V & o , " Z-- -. i..f tZ
$Ci;.50 to $83.33. J Vlnteuto wns rnls. lnK tho park links that sultnblo hnz
ed fiom $C0 to $03. Mrs. V. K Hof- nr'l "' V"n ,.r" . ". ll 8 ?lrunK!'1
ganrrt was rnlsed from $18 to $55, nnd " l0 cnlch a' iMi (1 '' nni "
Miss Carollno Scholtz nnd Miss Mllllo Hip greens. Tho greens also should be
Morris from $42.50 to $48. MlhH llolva ro" "y " that n mlety of puttliiK
Ilrchmnn was rnlsed from $42.60 to $44. , toy be liad.
Bnm Kawalnea wns rnlsed from $25 to I ' he , ar'"tt. c "' la "inslderliiB tho
$30. Miss Florence Devorlll was rala- Proposition of giving up their piesent
to'"" n 130 to $53. Miss M. J. Tlccr
.' mulJ" a""" " ","' "u". ru"
t-U IIUIll fid lu l". .man . .... .Hum
fnr.l u-iiu inlm.il from fig. Ml tn 175.
teachers .ecelvlng under $76 have not
linil thtr KnlnrleH rnlKnil. ttlmnlv be-
' oiM be Impossible to mnko u unl -
furm fal, Pf men ? nlont," ,0.rac"
"I " tenciiers recc-ni.iK unuel .u
Ouava marmalade, plneapplo pickle,
roselln Jam. -Chinese oranges whole In
Jelly, l'ohn, nnd all other Island Jami
on sale at Mrs Annlo Kearns' factory,
184 Hotel street, Cases expressed at
special rates to any part of U. S. A
Cornell, the leader In track athletic
and aquatics, has undertaken to boom.
Intctcollcglato wrestling as an Indoor
sport. Severn! enrs ngo this sport
was quite popular at the lthnca L'nl
erslty, but owing to the difficulty of
securing suitable opponents for tho
Collegians, It grndunlly lost popularity.
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The coming baseball season In tha
Intercollegiate world Indicates a closu
battle for the college chnmplonshlp. tho
outlook being, howcter. that Yalo will
letaln her hold on the title which alio
won last year. Lush Is acting aa
coach at Yalo and O'llrtcn Is captain.
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When once the college world wn
thoroughly stirred up otcr the ques
tion of football reform It seemed that
It would necr get through talking
.about It. It also seemed that tho new
rnmtnltldn lin ilnnn thp rv 1w.l Hint
in muld to Imnrovu tho conditions tin.
,jcr which the enmo Is placd nnd still
not actually destroy tho gnme. To mnko
too many radical chnnges would hno
,.. n,n ,, Liitimr ii,n rnmn nt.
im-nttior. r-nlleen men nnd nlnirrn rtn
nnt wnt to lose the game nor even
hao It changed to nny marked extent.
mkih,. simnnnnl n I'lillmlnlnlila
fehool boy, representing the Irish
American Athletic Club, established a
new record for one mile Indoors. In
I 25 1 B. The meet wns held under thci
j,plccs f the Columbia l'nlerslty.
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In college circles. Cornell. Pcnns)!-
nnla, Syracuse, Georgetown nnd Cc-
,Hnba hnV(J commcmPll ,rnniK for
the nnniinl Inlcrrnlleglatu regatta
p0,lglkcc,Me jIH. A1 tlc l0eB,.H
,mvo nKrr(;d to (ollop ccnlpe(Ic, rt
With the announcement that thu
Vorlds Olympic ctamplonshlps, which
arc to ue nciu ni Aniens, nro to ucvoio
expenses nmountlng to the sum of $!.
COO to Insuro the presence of American
eprcsentnllvcs, track athletes fnr nint
near have resumed their training In
nreiiuuui mnniui., inn.m iu uu
among the representnthes of lb.i
Slnrs nnil Strlnes. which nro to bo ue
: -.... . --, - --
"PW American CommlV
"0 wny American nil. eies snot, u
Sot compelled to gh. for ,h.ri
Today will close the "Socker sen
son for 190C. The Diamond Ilead
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C A. In the llrst
C 'u u( rti tfitln 1 1 1.
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lho i0an,, ,)l0 .Ccond match
Th,. ... ..,,. .. . . ,i,w -,,,
I una i'vv inj v mov- m noun
i nnrt ,,, Unlnll mu rlm nwh ami
neck ror the chnmplonslilp, Todn h
games will decide who will get second
Work Is progressing jn the Kuplo-
mm farK golf unus a-id It looks now
to play the roynl and ancient gamo
. ' ' account
I "?" nll,n ,1rC," ,. ,. OCCOUnl
"' 'h, "tP " H't exist on both
the Ma noil nnd Monnnlua courses.
It I to bu lioued thnt In construct-
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niW r'th. . 7.i ... if :. ....iiT i .7
I , . . n. i i .
Iiu ""' l " -tuii.il uuillK cue,
Wy Ilon61..lu will ,bo n place of this
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Clark nnd "Tom-
me i.,.,non B(0 ngood exhibition on
, tho horizontal bar W tho Klks mln-
strels on Thursday flight. Sam wan
unfortunate In turning his nnkli- In
coming to the mat. llls most difficult
feats wero missed, jiihnson deserve
credit for tho shape h which ho ha
handled his pupils. (
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The Diamond Headsl nro fnvorltes In
the coming field incut. This cluli hns
what looks to bo the strongest aggro
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