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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY, MAIICII 26. 1906,
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Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
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Territory of Hawaii, )
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ited, being first duly sworn, on oath
deposes and says: That the following
is a true and correct statement of cir
culation for the week ending March
23rd. 1006, of tho Dally and Weekly
Editions or the Evening Ilullctln;
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Mar. 17 2418
Monday, Mar. 19 2172
Tuesday, Mar. 20 2168
Wednesday, Mar. 21 2182
Thursday, Mar. 22 2185
Friday, Mar 23 2167
Averagl Dally Circulation 2215
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuetday, March 20th, 1906 2365
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1053
Combined guaranteed average cir
culation .. . .inso
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fore mo this 24th day of
SEAL March, A. D. 1906.
P. H. UUIINETTE.
Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
MAIICII 26. 1906.
Mr. Home, principal of the Kamcha
mcBa Schools, recently delivered an
nddress beforo tho Ministerial Union
on Civic Itesponslblllty a subject nil
embracing In Its scope: but ho confin
ed his treatment to that part of tho
subject comprehending tho schools
only and even then not nil tho schools,
but the public schools nlone. This
treatment Is Incomplete, nnd a Ilttlo
disappointing, as tho private schools
are, or, at least, should be, an Impor
tant element In the effort of society
the stato to preparo Us youth for good
citizenship and cl.lc life. It la all the
more disappointing, as the essayist
himself Is at the head of the chief pri
vate Institution or the Territory for
tbo education and training of tho very
)outh mot In need of such training.
Had tho essayest largely confined his
treatment to the Kamchamcha School,
an Institution with nn ahundnnco of
money, with complete facilities of
uqultmcnt In buildings, shops, agricul
tural lands, a numerous nnd supposedly
highly trained faculty of Instructors
If hn had done this, nnd showed wlint
a success nn Institution may ho made,
under almost Ideal conditions. In pre
paring tho youth of both sexes for
life's responsibilities, his nddress
would havo been a torch to Illuminate
the pathway of thoso teachers In tho
public schools, who aro groping along
with starving sauries ami niggnruiy
means to accomplish ends which a
more generous support would enable
them to do.
Mr. Home's address bears tho Im
press of sincerity and earnestness. It
Is modest; and It Is Interesting In a
vucculatUe way; but Is wanting In
concrctcncss, and shows evident un
familiarity with Territorial facts and
He Is evidently laboring under a
kind of sub-consclouiness of the '
illtlon and needs of tho schools of Mm.
.Rchusetts and Connecticut. II" r" '
his longer and mora deeply It.iin-'- -Ideas
tangled up with mor" vrri " '
'ruoro superficial ones. One Is at a
loss to know whether ho in 'Hp'-'iji of
tho nccdB and conditions of .ho schools '
of New England or of H-ov.'ai.. I..-,
speaks of tho teaching of Uret' trts
onometry and modern Iuntujica, a If
It went a common thing hero. There
are four pupils out of Blxtcen thou
sand, as wo aro Informed, studying
trigonometry In the public schools of
Hawaii, Not ono Is studying Orcek.
Less than ono-flftecnth of ono per cent.
Ktudy Latin or a modern language,
vhllo hundreds are learning "to' drive
calls" and tho "domestic arts".
Notwithstanding these errors of fact
tn Mr. Homo's address, It should ho
JialUd as contributory to the solution
of tho most vital question In tbo futuro
wclfaro or tbls Territory. Wo repeat
that lr ho believes Kamehameha
School has solved, and Is solving, the
problem In tho best way; It he can
point out a great number of young
men and women, holding its diplomas,
who are ornamonts In Industrial, do
mestic and civic life, and then show
tho method of Instruction producing
such results, It might Induce a parsi
monious Legislature to appropriate a
larger sum of money to be used In pro
ducing like results In the public
One other observation, and wo are
done with this very Interesting ad
dress. Mr. Horno says, "Tho reform school
ehould bo to them a reiorm scnooi
not an Industrial school." In all so.
rioutness, Ve should like to ask Mr.
llorno If ho would house these jmr "stress of weather" usually noted nil
title offender together nnd let tlutiiidown the lino about tho tlmo taxes
play erapi? Would ho have Sundav are called In. Our community has
Bchool eery day, and quiz them ! never had a panic and wo hopo never
foro going to bod as to their moral i- will, but should one ever come It will
spondylitics? It Is Just because tin unquestionably bo found that tho lock
young srnpe graces had no hard and I Ing up of Territorial funds will help It
honest work to do that they arc In the I along l'rcsent conditions nro so sat
reform s, hool. Kothlnc Is so moral tol Isfactory that tho next session of tho
the oung -or to tho old ns hard, con
tinuous, and honest work. And that
work. If possible, especially for the
jonag should bo out of doors. Itlgnt1
,"; h no,, "carl
before the horse. Tho very comcrso
of Ms proposition Is true. Kiery re
form school should bo fundamentally
an Indttsttlnl school. Any academic
training should bo merely Incidental.
I.ont hours In tho field, short ones In
school, clean dnd comfortable quarters,
with sufficient and wholesome food,
firm hut kind treatment this will re
form boys, and nothlng'clso will.
LOCKING OP LOAN FUNDS
Deposit of hundreds of thousands
of Loan Fund dollars In tho Territorial
Treasury, where they will remain un
til expended through appropriations.
again calls attention to tho tinrortu
nato system of Territorial finance by
which all this publlo money Is locked
un at an expense, to tho people. Wc
aro nt present urging Congress to
adopt a schemo by which tho circulat
ing medium of tho business community
shall not bo milked of tho funds col
lected by tho Federal dcpjrtmcnts. Ha
waii wants tho money kept hero nnd
put Into circulation. Tho demand Is
At tho same tlmo this Territory In
lis system of public flna'nco sells lis
public works bonds nnd forthwith pro
ceeds to lock up every dollar of It In
the Territorial Treasury, to bo drawn
on only when needed for the work out
lined In the appropriation bill. In oth
er words, wn nrn ilnlni? fust wlint we
ask the Federal Government not to" do
taking money out of circulation.
Notwithstanding tho proposition has
bed bitterly fought and was defeated
at a legislative session, there is no
good reason why this money now tied
up In tho Territorial Treasury should
not be placed on deposit In tho banks
or tne Territory, proper protection be.
lnc guaranteed try tho denoslt with
the Territory of security fronds by tho
banks accepting the funds on deposit.
Somo people think this plan would
help only the banks, becauso bankers
hate suggested It from tlmo to time. I
Thej don't realize that tho more uion-jrlo
ey the hanks havS on deposit, the
lower the Interest will rule. They
dont stop to think that they as tax-1
pacrs arc paying Interest on tho scv -
ernl hundred thousand dollars lying
Idle In tho Territorial vaults. Tho
present method, compared with what
ought to bo. Is not unllko tho man
who puis all his savings In his stock
ing and deposits it carefully under the
bed, and his Intelligent fcllow-cltlzcn,
who deposits his funds In a bank
where It Is of somo uso to the commu
nity and he draws Interest.
San Francisco has waked un to the
follies of locking up public money
wncn It might better bo of uso to the
peoplo In their business. Tho "Com
mercial News" of 8an Francisco, dis
cussing the samo prlnciolo In Its rcla
tlon to tax funds, says:
The well-regulated bank will nl-
was make money; It nets as the agent
ot the people, receiving surplus funds
of one portion of tho community for
safe-keeping nnd loaning to nnother;
as the community prospers, so does
tho bank and any condition which ad
versely affects the bank hns a much
moro disastrous effect on tho commu
"When tho withdrawal and locking
up ot large amounts of tax collections
occurs at n tlmo that money ts In
short supply, nnd as a result a panic Is
started, tho well-regulated hank will
still prosper. Its deposits will be less
anil Its loanable funds smaller, but the
Interest rate will be proportionately
higher; tho merchant who Is handling
tho products of the country will suffer,
ho will hae difficulty In borrowing
nnd what he does get will cost him
more; ho will ho forced to sell his
goods and as others aro In the same
position the prlco will bo low."
Hawaii can well understand this sit
uation ns experienced In the financial
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms $7t 00
Emma 8L 30 00
Ganda'll Lane , 25 00
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane.... 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane ..,. 20 00
Valklkl Qeach ) 40 00
College Hill 40 00
Klnau Street 27 SO
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
Lcglslaturo would bo a proper tlmo to
put tbo Territorial business on a bust
nesi basis. At present tho money
market Is comparatively easy, but
that furnishes no argument for tying
up funds that should properly bo In
In tho Stato of New York tho Treas
urer Is reqtilro to deposit all monoyB
liMnntrttMr in It, Rtoln wtthltl thri(l
dayt after receiving snmo In such bank
or banks In tho city or Albany or in
tho city of Now York ns tho Comptrol
ler may deem best. Each county trcas
urer of New York Is required on tnk
Ing ofTlce to designate solid bankB.
whero tho public funds shall bo placed
on deposit. Massachusetts, Illinois,
nnd Ohio nro also among tho States
who do their business on n business
basis nnd give tho people tho benefit
of their own money.
It Is useless to go hack nnd tell tho
story of what defeated tho original dc
nosltarv bill In tho Hawaiian Legisla
ture It makes no difference what
brought tho misfortune about, tho poo
plo will, If they aro wldo awake, seo
that laws nro passed that will put an
end to tjlng un public funds, when
they can bo put Into circulation and nt
the samo time bo properly protecieu.
Tho Territorial Administration will
undoubtedly seo Hint the Loan funds
aro put Into circulation ns soon ns pos
sible Under a depositary law thoso
funds would bo In uso today Instead of
reposing uselessly in the vaults at tnc
Land Commissioner Pratt has re
ceded n letter from the Illlo settlement
associations, which want the Hakalati
lands opened The settlers say that
they certainly want the lands In ques
tion, but maintain that they arc en
titled to larger areas than Pratt will
Tho letter also announces that a del-
rcnllon nt nun inpmlior fpnm nnrb nf 111.-
three associations, the Fernandez. Oso-
and Lubnn, will nrrlvo In the Klnau
next Saturday, having full power to
'take up the matters of dispute with the
Acting uocrnor and the Land Com-
Jersey City, N, J., Jan. 13. Accord
ing to tho opinion of Joel Stevens,
chairman of the Ninth Ward Improve
ment Association, women nro not fit
persons to teach boys, because tho
boys whom they teach turn out fo bo
bujllci and arc too effeminate. Now
an effort Is being mado to rcmovo all
of the women teachers and substitute
men. In speaking ot tho matter today
"Women teachers malio boys effemi
nate When hey come out of tho
classroom tho first boy they meet In
tbo street 'soaks' them on tho head.
and they are afraid to hit back. I
have watched public school children
In tho street and 1 find that they nro
not hardy children, such ns wo hnd
when men taught us.
"The public school boy amf tho pub
lic school girl nre on n par, as far na
courage is concerned. They nro at
unys seeking to hit somo ono smaller
than themselves. I think this physical
cowardtco Is brought about by being
taught by women In the near futtiru
our hoys will jump on chairs wheu a
mouse enters tho room.
"Men should teach tho children. Ono
man Is worth ten women in tno
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
illonday, Tuesday and;
MAR 26, 27 AND 28.
Our Milliner has Just returned from
the Coast with the very latest cre
ations In Spring Millinery.
These are now being un
packed, marked, etc.,
and will be shown
for the first
time on the above
days. Do not think of
buying your Easter hat
until you have seen our display.
Hfli DM MM
F. W, McDanlels arrUcd by tho Ala
meda to erect and operate tho Hullo
tin's new Duplex press. Following Is
what tho Wnukcgan (111 ) Sun, where
be wns last cmplo)cd, sas of him:
Mac I-eaes Waukegan suddenly.
Han Snap Shots column for tho Sun.
Wns nlso Inventor and had Fortune
In grnsp with new presses arid color
F. W, McDanlcl, the late pressman of
the Sun, lnenlor and autnor oi epi-
Is gone alter a picturesque ca-
:: i .!." i... ..j hi.n,i. .r. f ihi
opinion that he could bo located In 8an
Francisco as ho nnnounccu some aas
before he left that he had received an
Dffer from tho Cox Duplex Printing
Press Company to set up one of their
presses In Honolulu, Hawaiian Is
lands. Mac was a character while he was
here. A Virginian, his people make
tlmlr liomo In Waco. Texas.
While w Ith the Sun ho was tho author
of the snlcv and lookcd-for "snap
shots" nnd demonstrated that he was
n man of nit and humor.
McDanlcl Is the only man wbo ever
was ablo to perfect a device for color
attachment on tho Columbian Model
Duplex presses. He did this while In
the employ of tho Sun and with the
enthusiastic aid and cooperation of
Frank T. Fowler.
J lie auaenmeni weni wim .nag, mm,"-, -, ,,nftnnn . h..j,. i,
Is w 1th him now, together w Ith the sec- "; t ."l0.O0p was d led "W
ret of Its operation. . .. n'fjg" C,1 f'r n" BTlVf0vS '
. . . . .. ... -
Mac rcccUed numerous oners for me
attachment nnd shares Interest In It
with Mr. Fowler.
Ho was also the Intcntor of a new
type of rotary press. This press never
cot ecn to the model stage of the
came, but experienced printers who had
had ts principles oxplalncd to them
.... h.i it i. n .inn.,
nsscrt that it Is a winner.
sun. .i u jii mm.
wnuKegan guuii miuwu nro purry i'.
have lost Mac. but they nre confident I
that he has landed orr his feet some-
where and that he has a better propott
tlon with him than ever before.
NEARLY WRECKED ON HAWAII.
(Continued from Page 1.)
storm sail, a heavy southwest squall
Bel of every sail set, foro and main'
lower topsails, foresail, forctopmast,
staysail nnd jib; all that was saved
was about one-third of tho foresail.
"These wcro our best sails. In a
few hours wo had replaced them by a
set of our second belt.
"We had no trade-winds until with
in 100 miles of tbls port.
"Mr, Paul Neumann, a rclatlvo of
the well-rcmcmbcrcd Paul Neumann
of Hawaii, was a passcngor.
"On March 2d, latltudo 31:60 north.
longitude 128:40 west, wo passed wltn
In hall of bark "CaBtor" of Dundee, 15
days out from Puget Sound, bound to
"On March 21st, 30 miles northeast
of llllo, we saw a squaro-rlggcd ves
tol probably bound to Honolulu."
MRS. WICHMAN DYING
in f; ..,. TS. "Z T ni
.,, mi1 ..'m ,n.?n- M
& n.B dJ!101 " n"...t."y:.,
w lltl.l . I.....
IVItlllllllll linn uecu Kiuuuuuy siuniut,
for the past three day.. At 1 .o'clock
this morning it was thought Ufa was
drawing to n close About 7 o'clock
she rallied and regained consciousness,
but the cud Is expected at any time.
The family of Miss Kclkllanl Koo
kano, who died yesterday morning,
wish to thank those whoso sympathy
end friendly services were so much up-
IlFAl H OF MRS HOIIfilNS
Mrs Vnra Elltabeth Hodclns. wife of
Dr. A. O HoJulns died this mornlllE
alter an Illness ot many months. Mis
ll'idgiiis wnB a nativo ot Toronto. Can
ada, and daughter of Mr. Keating, a
widely known engineer. She was not
strong when she came to the Islands tn
Iih married but tho cllmato seemed to
agree with her and she soon made a
trip home nnd through tho States. Af
ter her return from this tilp Mrs. Hod
Kins' health steadily failed. The fun
(laL will probably bo held tomorrow,
the time and place to bo announced
One ot tho latest and most elegant
business Improvements In the city u
now completed in Pacheco's palatial
barber shop on Fori street, between
King and Merchant streets, on the Ewu
This newest of tonsorlal parlors op
ened nt 10 o'clock this morning. It Is a
model of tonsorlal equipment and one
of the best ever opened In the Tcnl
torv Tho shop has been beautifully
papered and painted. Five largo mir
rors have been Installed nnd fivo of tho
ery latest of hydraulic barber chairs
put In place. These chairs are Indeed
luxurious nnd restful to patronB. Tim
fixtures but recently arrived from the
mainland, One of the features Is the
latest patent vibrator electric massage
machine something which soothes the
skin nnd the nerves of tho scalp and
The upstairs portion of the building
Is devoted to the "Pacheco Dandrfalf
Killer." This factory will be conduct
ed on a largo scale. Mr. Pacheco Is the
Inventor of this compound. He hai,
been popularly known to bis patrons
for a long period of years and more re
cently conducted tbo Unbw Darber
Shop, which will now be closed. A pop
ular corps of assistants Is In attendance
in the barber shop.
Man with ths punch The conductor.
Every roan would rather cut down a
tree than plant one.
The burglar doesn't take things as
easy as some people Imagine,
nnuiner jiuu.uuu in sum cum
this morning brought from the bank
of Ulshop, St. Co. and deposited In tho
Territorial Treasury. This was tho
"Not a cent has as yet been drawn of
tho new bond Issue money," said tin
Treasurer. "So by tho end of the week
wo will have tbo entire proceeds In the
iruusurj. i i-uuuui nun uug n.
money will lie Idle here. It will bo
paid out as soon as tho warrants come'
In. It nil depends upon the-making of
the contracts, you know. They can- vordl , h d nofw A Klnney said lie
not take It out of here too soon for "s.'bad rio objection to the i lurv reading
so that they will relieve us from the . same; that deponent "understood
... " "1 ,,, , u ii .u i - l both from tho remarks of J. Alfred Ma
"This money will not be ia I the loan , , ,onor -
""M0. il? i.JSn not 0 con"acr nor Influenced In any
try. As a matter of fact wo are still wny ,, tho0 rcmarka. that dcfenilalt
A ih,.' i Lm S HM Id ' .tcnde,cJ hls vcrdlct ' 'm
of which there Is still il5l.4Z7.9z left. 'n,,iii ., ., ... .,. ,.,.....
, The money was handled by Ulshop
AC LO. UUU HID lllinK UI 11UWU11. 1 UU
,; - ,ru"C'r T,Zkii nn,i ih. ihir,i
to the Dank of Hawaii, and the third
lot of about (440,000 tho Dank of Iln
wall passed half over to pishop & Co
.... ...v.....vu v. . ...... T.--,
nil inKiiiiiTi.ini iiiii lint, an uir iiuj.uuj
iXf"larcli 31 the Ime I mlt ami'
V'X "JT? 3.K n,,!"-", ,..
the entire proceeds of the bond Issue
will be placed In the Treas-
n,i in th; t.
... .. rcn0M n tho Territorial cot-
ireasurer wampucn mis lurcuuuu
gu out tho following figures In rc-
gard lo the bond Issue. The salo or the
bonds at a premium amounted to S735,
937.60. Tbo premium on the transfer
ot the bonds from Now York to San
Francisco was JIS0.02 and Interest
11921.36, making a total of (738,338.88.
MIXE CiriUKE BOatlS MAN
(Continued from Paae 1.1
ho had hailed near tho Jewelry store.
Meanwhile tho man, of whom Vida
first made Inquiry for Kunkte, was
landing around, watching Vlda, nnd,
ha Imhnnni1 thn nfflrer unfavorably.
villi Hewn liM-nmn convinced that ho
had spotted his man. He left without
lowing bis hand In tho matter und
this morning dctallod Joo Leal and .lie
Dlas sometimes called the "Joe-joe
sleuths" to make the arrest, furnish-
ing them nn accurate description ot
nnlrprn T.rnl nml Dlas effected Hie
rrest of the soldier charged with the
check-making nnd took him down.
gave his name as Edward Eames.
Ho was confronted by his dupes, who
I'tMIIMVIJ IUI.I1IIIIVU tat tut
"I" quarter, wcro searched and some
' ' Roods he had secured with his
worthless checks vero discovered.
.... ,, . ,.... I.nliiw onrphi,1
hWJ ', HJXw" nln?
ho grabbed and swallowed a piece nf
paper beforo the pollco could Interfere
m m t
REVISED LAWS WORK.
(Continued from Paae 1.)
had tho opinion that the judges wero
disqualified for that reason, and tho
Attornoy General would soon base nn
nrtnnrtimllt, in fiif-nn thnt mtltfpr ltn
' then resumed argument on the mnttcr
I " growius ui uiii.ki.-u u...u..i.u
"0I ""W' """'. pposc7
Clear said It was, and referred to
llin Nntlnv caso. savins that Wilder
! UnA -cMnnlltf Inul oll.ltl nt Ihfl lTllltml
FUnteH Supremo Court decisions on
this point. He then went on to arguo
on tho general proposition, quoting a
number of authorities and showing
how strict tho common law was in tho
matter of disqualification. Argument j "greed, but liaj been sent back to do
wlll lio resumed bv Qcar this nfter-1 liberate turthcr. Llghtfoot bcllevos It
will bo resumed
by Gear tbls after-
There aro too many people who
measure the world by their own cir
HIGH CLASS TAILORING J
9, Jpsy 8PECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR THE
X ENSUING 8EAS0N'8 TRADE -. X
i Fashions Up-to-date in
j Every Detail Considered
0 GENTLEMEN who want that well-dressed feeling should give our
P TAILORING DEPARTMENT a Trial.
$ WE KEEP ABREAST OF THE TIMES
THERE 18 NOTHING NEW IN TAILORING THAT WE ARE
NOT ACQUAINTED WITH.
We are now showing for the Summer trade the Largest and Fin
st selection of SUITINGS we ever handled. We cannot fall to pleaso
anybody looking for quality and style.
WE ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE IN HONOLULU EMPLOYING
WHITE LABOR IN OUR WORKROOM.
f we don't give perfect satisfaction there Is nothing to pay.
Our prices are Not the highest In town, '
L. B. KERR & Co. Ltd.
A new movo has been mado In the
Drown s. Spreckels case, the plalnlft's
tnotlng that the hearing of the defend
ant's motion for a new trial bo set for
today. It was In this motion that tho
publishing of Judge. Do Holt's famous
remarks wcro made the grounds, It be
ing alleged that they Influenced the
Tho attorneys for the plaintiff also
.filed a bunch of affidavits from tho
Jurors In tho caso reading ns follow!,:
"Now comes 11. 1'. Benson and being
duly sworn on oath deposes and says
that ho was one of the Jurors In tho
I above entitled cause, that ho would
have heeded tho request of Ills Honor
j. . ue noil, mndo on the 7th of
March, 1906, not to read the remarks of
,Ull Honor madc , th ovcrrullng "J1
lh . .,,, . .. !""',
Bn" -'d to said remarks and after
"' cuumutrunun oi mo eviuence
,, lhc instructions of His Honor."
- S'm" ?m?vlts were presentel
MHA..I nul.l .. - ,. ..,.
"?? "" .' Jneger.T.w. Chase, P,
Llshman, Wm, Buckle. II. W. Doane.
Tll MellTs. John T. TtTtchcii
lr n rn...AH r rt ... rtt ,
.nna t i:. Ainnrtnn wnn rnnfi nfii
. ... . .
lu" e""ro W ,n lno co,e-
0n l!'c rc,,UMt of w- A' Klnney-
counsel for tho defendants, who slated
.., ,, ,,,, , ., ...,, ,l
Tho Inst nortlon.T.." :.:.".". ..." ": "
"""."" """ ""' """ "i:ii wiui iiu.rocrry-maKing antics. Near midnight
muuuii mm ouiuruay miernoon, me
Bvaiing ui ino matter was coniinucu
itnti ncxt Thursday at 9 a, m,
; EKo' oil SESSION
The Social Session ot tho Elks
their Derctanla street headquarters
? ii? "y ,e.vcnlnK' . Frank. Thompson
handling tho gavel, was largely at -
tended and a great success froin every
Plnt of ww.
I ..'.,: n tZZ,lXT
::..;. ..w.v n :,k,.,::'..s i"iir
native selections and Kaais stringed
.rchestra added to tho pleasure,
Among thoso who participated wero
J. Hastings Howland. Hobcrt White,,
, James Dougherty, AI. Moore, Mr. John-
on, E. It. Blvens, County Attorney
aiouuuu, j. wmier uoyiu, uuy Living-
I Bton nnd A. M. Durns, Captain Connor
t of tho dredger Pacific gavo a harmon-
lea solo, Uruco Hartman nnd Coleman
Schwartz distinguished themselves In
Col. Thompson, owner of the St.
Paul (Minn.) Dispatch', was an honor
At 11, o'clock, when tho Elksdrnnk
to their absent brothers, Urol Kline,
'" "" "--'" uiuui, iuu, ....v
MS. l.ho Amsterdam. N. Y.. Even
Ing Record, was asked to respond.
Tho social commltteo comprised II.
E. Murray, II. C. Easton, 11. II,
James, E. W. Quinn and Geo. T. Klue
gel. Attorney Robertson sang "How
tho Wuriburgcr Flows Through tho
Attorney Joseph Llghtfoot, who re-
turned from Kauai yesterday, reports,
that tho Kancalll forgery case went
trial 1nt Kiitm-iln v nt 3 n m.. nftnr
r ni.ni.1 in ,!v .T.t n the
Just as tho
ttenmer left, nt 5 p. m., It was reported
that tho Jury had reported that It dls.
certain that tho jury will not agree.
Oceanic Lodge No. 371, F. & A. M
meets for regular business In Masonic
Temple at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Dr. Nicholas Itusscl, who arrived
from the Orient In tho Siberia, Is quot
ed as follows In regard to tho situation
In Itussla: "The revolution In Russia
has Just begun. It Is not over, nor aro
tho revolutionists being subdued, as Is
thought In America. This spring wilt
seo ninety million peasants supporting:
tho demand for a constitution, guaran
teeing free speech, universal suffrage,
liberty of tho press and republican
forms of government. This year will
mark on epoch In tho political history
of tho civilized world."
. D. n. n
Wahlnnra, Kaunl, March 19. Tho
many friends of Mrs. Moler of Wahla
wa, could not see why they should lose
her company for months without show
ing their esteem In some substantial
net Therefore, beforo her deparure fop
the Coast a hasty consultation was had
and the result was that a farewell
dance was given In her honor on tho
17th of Ireland. As It hanocned tho
festivity turned out to be one of the
.mr.-, nnlmt.l.l. . I. . I. .
iu viijwauiu Bier nun iicru. luwni
house cpuldn't hao presented a more'
charming sight. The decorations nnd
Ulumlnntlon harmonized and werv
lo.cly to gaze nt
Prof. Hocli fort's quartet furnished
tho music tor the occasion. Between
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"r" "'" "" '- .e reii
tnm nt i .trtnnA. - ,,- .-..
tiered a number or recitations
"American Currency," "Old
nd a string of other laug!
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string of other laughable and
a rest was nad during which Icecream
omcr cnoico retrcsnments weru
served. Dancing was resumed to tho
wee hours. At about 1:30 a. m. all pre
pared for tho nlco finishing exerclsu
up the hill, but only after three cheers
had been cheerily given tor Mrs. Moler
and wishes expressed for a good trip
nnd safe return. All tho Dartlclnators
(went away satisfied that a good tlmo
was had and a duty faithfully pcr-
' formfw!. Tho rlfla frnm Tjiu'nl tn t-lAoln
was also a very enjoyable part of tho
, Among 10,0 prc,cnt M an(1
!Mrg. H. D. MoIJ Mr- nnd M w
gtodart, Mr. and Mrs. It. W. T. Purvis.
I Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Palmer. Mr. and
Mnl 1: ' . r. in? Mrs. K.W. Kin-
"?y-r-"" ..zlcr. r-Dui:an.
nim mii. nnm k,i.o vii t i
jjdlth Dunn, Janet and Mable Hastie,
jjertha Peller, and the Messrs W. D.
Mcllrydc, J. F. McKcchnle, J.4l. Hole
j w Donald, Wm. Qrelg, J. Orace J.
Smith, Oca Collet. R. Hutton, A. Joe
gcr. J. Jones. Dr. Cooper, Vaughn. Ler-
rich, Chas. Wilcox. . Kamanuwal.
HODaiNS In this city, March 2ff, 1900,
0 a. m Nora Elizabeth, wife of Dr.
Arthur Gordon Hodglns, aged 7
Funeral announcement later.
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Watch and Jewelry Club
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