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KVKNINq nUlXETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., MONDAY, AntIL.2, 190C.
IK. J H V
note Croix (tegular 5 p. m.
Oceanic Second Degree.
All visiting member ot tk
Mtfcr are cordially Imrlted to at
Ua meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. P.
' rueta every Monday evening at 7:10
I O. O. f. Hall, Fort street
K. n. HKNDIIY. Secretary.
' ELMER K. BCHWAIIZIIKIIO, N. (1.
All visiting brothers Tery cordially
li., MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
-7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
trcct. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
f. WAMHION, K.It.S.
, OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday erenlng at
C P. Hall, Klnc street, at 7:30. Mem
ken ot Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mc
r Xlnley Lodge, No. 8, and flitting
' irotkers cordially Invited.
C. M. WHITE. C. C.
E. M. COLEMAN, K.TLS.
' ' ' HONOLULU LODGE 818, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. 0. E.,
-'- Hill meet In their new hall, on Miller
Ud " .otanla streets, every Friday
f. By order of the EL R,
i HARRY H. SIMPSON,
BO. H. ANdUS, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, Klnc
street. vismng brothers cordially In'
vlM to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd tth WEDNES
DAY evenings of eaih month at 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Hall. Klnc street.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
8AM McKEAOUE. W.P.
II. T. MOORE, W. Secy,
MAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets ovcry first and third THIIRS
OAT of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows Ilulldlng, Fort Stroct. at
T:30 o'clock p. m. A full attondanco
U desired at ovcry meeting.
Transaction of Business.
lO'JtTT CAMOES No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meeta every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
Men month at 7:30 p. m., In Ban An
fcalo Hall. Vineyard street
, (Visiting brothers cordially Invited
t'" A. K. VlERRA, C. II..
M. 0. PAC1IHCO, f. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
' Meets ovcry second and fourth
miDAY of each month, In I. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. 0. McCOY, Sachem.
, A.E. MURPHY, CofR.
1SMARK STABLE CO., LTD.
ISMARK BRANCH STABLES
''i '"'' "'fkKack, Carriages, Dugjtes and Bad
'',.' 1 1'll Horses on short notice.
i Carriages meet all steamer. Com-
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vaiuicB ftuu inv hulk.
V'- trrttA Wftt,l llMl.fr.1 fr ftlil-WAnlns
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iiuueun gives a complete lummir; or
the news of the day.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Sate Bottled and In Bulk
o by o
Hoffschlaeger Co., Lid,
KING AND BETHEL 8TREETS
A Variety Of
We keep In stock a splendid variety
of varnishes about the good qualities
of which we cannot say too much.
There are high-priced, medium and
low priced varnishes, and each Is the
best In Its particular class. If you will
visit our store we shall be happy to
Impart to you much Information about
varnishes which will be Interesting
We would also call attention to our
splendid stock of Enamels and Gold
Paint, which comprises a better assort
ment than has ever been shown In
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KINO ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
-. P. COOKE Manager
H. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexsndsr. ..8econd Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & 8ugsr Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-60 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL 4. CO,
P. O. BOX 842.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
CAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
Phone Main 315. Union SL nr. Hotel
NOW I8N'T THIS APPEALING!
FRESH THREE ;DAYS
"What?" The home-made bread sold
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the llullotln Pub
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
JJssT- A Bulletin want ad. costs
15 per line for one Insertion,
or OOt "ne 'or ene week a
line Is about six words big. An
expenditure of 60 or 90 cents may
easily do a Hundred Dollars'
of work. "BE
53CV 5000 PEOPLE READ
THE BULLETIN WANT ADS.
Wblto steam nutos. Rtockyds stable.
W. I). Mcllrydo arrlcd from Knual
Col. Do l.n Vcrgno nrrlvcil from Ka
Judge A. I'crry returned from court
nt l.lliuc estcrday.
Try ono ot thoxo delicious hot sup
tiers nt tho Cobwob Cnfo.
l.uttcd's Tnro flour for salo by Hen
ry Miiy & Co.. nnd C. J. Day & Co.
Tabic board for I lie summer month
nt the Royal Hawaiian hotel, f.O.
Tho steamer Ko An llou takw com
luistlblos to Knunl ports tomorrow.
1'our varieties of fresh Jam at lid
per pound nt tho fnctory, 184 Hotel St.
"Palace Hotel" llrown of I)encr, n
Honolulu visitor a few months ago, Is
James !'. MorRan will lcavo In tho
.Mongolia next Saturday for San l-'ran-clsoo.
1), Howard Hitchcock returned Sat
urday from a visit to his brother on
Representative V. T. P. Waterhouse
returned In the Hall yesterday from
John M. Martin conducted service
nt the Inttiralilc Hospital )cstcrday af
The Ilrlllsh cruisers Cambrian nnd
Flora sailed yesterday morning for
llcv. rather Thomas 1-arkIn, remem
bered here, died on March II at San
Neatly furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular. Jl, 11.50 nnd V per week. 1ZI3
Tamarinds nrc wanted nt tho Hono
lulu jam nnd chutney fnctory, IS I
Sprouted cocoanuts In nny quantity
from 1 to 10,000 may bo had from II.
May & Co., Ltd.
Count Cnnnvnrro, Portuguese Consul,
tins been nulto 111 during the week, but
Is much Improved.
Order a nlco broiler, fresh Island
beef nnd cal nt Raymond Ranch Mar
ket, tclcphono 461.
The United Stntcs transport Thomas
Is duo tomorrow from San l'mnelsio.
She brings four days' later mall.
Honolulu Harbor No. CI, A. A. of
Marines and Pilots, meets this ociiIiik
ot 7 o'clock, In tho K. of P. hall.
Hawaiian IhIko will hold Its regular
business meeting this evening nt 7:3u
o'lluck at rooms In Masonic Temple.
(let j our Hastcr table linen nt
Illom's great sale which Is now In
progress. Prices have been cut In halt,
Scrap Iron of tho old Pacllle
Heights railway brought U a ton nt
mi auction salo held by J. F. Morgan
(Icncral Iloolli, head of tho Salvation
Army, intends paying a visit to Japan
nftcr Commissioner Itallton returns to
l'rnnk Harvey has been elected to
succeed U A. C. Pnrrlsh, resigned, as
iluilrman of the Democratic county
S, M. Kniiaknnul of the Survey l)c
p.irlmcnt has returned from Maul,
wlicre ho suncyed gotcrnment lands
The homo of W. P. Knpulnnl, clerk
In the law office of Atkinson, Judd fe
Molt Smith, was burned In Nuuauu val
ley on Friday.
Julillro Incubators. The business
machine. Hot water system, not hot
air. Sco them before. Iniyluc. M. W.
Mi t'hesney & Son's, Ltd., agents, (Juecn
An exhibit of the sisal Industry has
been supplied to the Promotion Com
mittee's rooms by Wm. Wclnrlch, man
ager of tho Hawaiian Flbro Co.'s plan
tation nt tin a.
O.ihu college- opened In nil depart
ments for the spring term this morn
ing. Miss S. M. Ilryant will have en
tire charge of tho typewriting for the
rest of tho year.
A rehearsal of "The Collego Widow"
will' bo held at Klks' Hall tonight nt
7.30. The piny Is to bo given shortly
nt tho Opera House for tho benefit of
the.Myrtlo Iloat Club.
An attempt will bo made to secure an
endowment of J 10.000, tho interest on
wlili h will bo used to defray tho ex
pense of bringing flrst-clnss musical
talent to Honolulu every year for the
Honolulu Musical Festival,
C II. Wells, postmaster nt Kawalhne,
has been arrested by tho federal author
ities on account ot a shorlago In his
accounts. An additional charge of vio
lating tho I-Mmunds Act was also pre
ferred against him nnd one Ho-jo Po
kcla. Doth furnished bonds.
John M. Martin conducted tho meet
ing at tho Rapid Transit men's club-
houso yesterday morning. Tho prison
meeting nt 11 a. m. was In chargo of
C, J, Day. There were nlso present K.
A. fl. Miller, Mrs. Miller. Misses lllunt
and Wndman, Messrs. Mnyflcld, Martin
nnd others. Frank Cooko addressed the
4.30 meeting In Asosclntlou hall,
Tho Honolulu Photo-Supply Co,
makes a specialty ot enlargements from
small Kodak films, presenting an en
largement that Is fully as clear, dis
tinct and sharp ns the original. Pic
tures thus obtained aro sultablo for
framing for they look better than the
original from nn artistic standpoint,
The enlargement may bn had cither In
black and whlto or sepia, It will pay
amateur photographers to have their
choicest films enlarged, Tho cost Is
may mean something for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon the
skill, knowledge, and fitness of the
Our examinations are conducted aft
er the most approved methods, and,
back of all, we have adequate know!
edge of the eye and Its needs.
A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Building, Fort St,
over May & Co.
H. E. MEfNDRlCK
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 KINO ST.
(Associated Press Cable.!
Algcclras, Spain, Mnrih II.-The
Cuiiimlulsuncrs representing Hi- pow
ers at the coufcrenen on the iHT-ilm of
Morocco hno' reached an nr.-ccnicnt
which Is n complete litury for Fiance.
That power retains the prcpon'crollng
Influence In tho finances of Morocco,
and tho French plan for policing the
frontier has been adopted.
St. Petersburg. March 31. A plot has
been dlscocrcd to blow up (lie Par
liament. Agrarian disturbances nro reported
from several places. A seoro of peas
ants have been killed lit Anutollcffa.
RAILROAD RATE REVIEW.
Washington, March .11. At n confer
ence between President Koosctclt and
a number of Senators on tho railroad
rate hill, nn amendment was agreed (u
which provides for a rolew by tho
courts of tho action of tho Interstate
Commerce Commission In llxlng rates,
Teheran, Pcisln, March 31. A mob
demolished the Hiiiupeau plague hos
pital ns .Istan. A force of Cossacks
iiielcd the disturbance.
STRIKE OROW8 SERIOUS.
Lens, France, .March 31. Tho striker
of the coal miners Ik growing more
serious. Niimiious conflicts between
the troops mid the strikers nro icport
ed, nnd nrined bauds of the men who
hno gono out. mimerlng from live hun
dred to two thousand, are parading Jbo
district, thieatenlng tho men who arc
still nt work in tho mines..
Pittsburg, April 1. Tho ofl coal op
erators of Western Pennsylvania will
generally advance tho wages of min
ers. Inillannpolls, April 1. Most of the
mine operators In Indiana ngrec to Blgn
tho 1903 scale.
TO OVERTHROW CASTRO.
New oYrk, April 1. It Is stated that
preparations nro bring mado In Kmnpu
to Incite n revolution In Venezuela In
overthrow President Castro and open
the country (o American enterprise.
Tho movement will rcipilro 15,000 sol
dlers and $5,000,000.
PENALTY IS DEATH.
Cronstudl, April 1. Father John Was
assaulted with n cane while administer
ing the sacrament. Ills nssallant wits
nrrcslcd. The penalty for tho offense
TO PREVENT LOAN.
Wnrsaw, April 1. The revolutionists
have announced n general strike,. Their
Immediate purpose Is to prevent a gov
llarceloiin, Spain, April 1. Tho Curl
Ists havo been discovered smuggling
arms Into the country.
IDE 18 GOVERNOR,
Manila, April 1. Oovernor Ido has
DOWIE IS DEPOSED.
Chicago, April 1. A meeting of five
thousand Zionists has deposed Dowla
from tho headship of the sect nnd elect
ed ZIonlstB In his stead. Prophet
Howie's wife nnd sou wero among thojo
who repudiated him. They declare
that Dowlc Is Insane.
To Book Lovers
We beg to announce the arrival of
many new sets of fine books In very
handsome bindings. Any one set will
make a valuable addition to a library.
Among the authors represented are
Hugo Clay i
Smollett Bret Harte
Jefferson and others.
Call and sec them at
Wm, C. Lyon Go,,
'cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs,
Entrance on Hotel street.
8AFE8, IRON FENCE
PER S. 8. ALAMEDA
The Swelled and Largest Stock
Suitings ever brought to the city,
"THE LATEST GRAYS"
IN PURE WOOL8.
$20 to 30 per Suit
Have First Choice
Geo. A. Martin
' HOTEL ST.
OfEN SATURpAYS UNTIL. 3 P. M
A Superior Light to all others.
Accytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates tho air less and has no Injurious
effects on the eye.
For further particulars Inquire at
Also Calcium Carbide of all sizes. In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all olzes
and grades -of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manaaer.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St.
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla Sts, Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Cop-
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone Blue 2181.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332,
W. G. LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI SIDE SMITH ST.
Det. HOTEL and PAUAHl.
Qood Workmanship. Work Completed
That all men's palates are pleased
With the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
FANCY DRY GOODS.
0 JUST OPENED
Clothing, Hats. Shoes, Etc.. Chinese
and Japanese Silk Goods, Handker-
eniers, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu 8L, corner
King, p, o. Box 903. Honolulu, H.T,
cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Smashes Bethel Street
Doors .And. Plate '
CREATES SMALL PANIC
M'CANDLESS BLOCK EXCAVATION
TAKE8 A DA.NQEROUS TURN.
TALK'OF ARRE8T AND
A tremendous explosion shook tho
neighborhood ot Uethcl nod King
streets tlila morning nbout 10:15
Large pieces of coral wero hurled
over the high bill-hoardings on, tho
llclhcl street tide of the lot being ex
cavated tor tho new McCnlulfcsg 'block.
fllass In the doors of Iloflsclitargci
& Co. nnd the olllccs of J. W. Podmorc,
on Ilcthcl street, was shattered.
A seven-pound piece ot coral smashed
the lower panel of one of the doors ot
tho Podmoro entrance, wedging Itself
In the splintered framework.
A fifteen-pound coral rock was sent
, Hying over the gateway between tho
Hoffsclilacgcr store nnd tho red brick
building occupied by tho savings de
partment of Dlshop's bank. A five-
pound missile went through the plate.
glass of the Hoffsclilacgcr door nnd
numerous good-sized pieces of coral
wero scattered all over the sidewalk
on Ilcthcl street from Dlshop's savings
bank to tho corner of King street,
where Is situated tho tobacco store ot
There wero three blasts let oft nbout
tho tlmo mentioned. Tho first was ot
ordinary forcq and did no mora thiiu
rnttle the small pieces of coral an the
mctnl poster fences of tho Pioneer Ad
vcrllslng Company. The second blast
was what did tho damage, nnd there wus
xomcthlng ot n panic when this oc
In .tho olllccs of J. W. Podmoro there
was great excitement for n moment.
the Inmates hardly realizing what had
occurred, fur tho noise of tho cxplgslon
was nt once followed by tho sound ot
breaking glass and t.Ti splintering of
woodwork, bits of glass and wood and
coral littering tip tho ofllco floor.
It was Indeed fortunate that no one
was standing In the doorway at thb
lime, for n broken body, It not death,
would havo resulted. Tho sumo might
bo said ot tho lloschlncgcr doorway,
although tho damage there was not so
great. Ah far us the cost of repairs
Is concerned, tho damage, of course,
amounts to little, but tho thought of
what might have happened to nny per
son on that side of Ilcthcl street nt tho
tlmo of tho explosion places the matter
In a most serious HghL
The third blast occurred Just as u
crowd rushed to see what damage had
been done by tho second explosion.
Luckily tho final blast was of llttlo
Captain Parker ot the police depart
ment was tho first ofllccr on tho sccuo
nnd ho It was who removed tho lump
of coral from the door panel. He Iook
It to tho police station us evidence.
There wuti talk ot warrants nnd ar
rests, but the man who set oft tho blasts
could nut bo found.
Mntsumoto, tho Japaneso contrnc'or
excavating the lot on tho Wnlklkl-mn-kal
corner of Ilcthcl and King streets,
nbovu the post olllcc, for McCandlcrc
Druthers' new ofllco building, nrrlvcil
Just uftcr laborers from tho pit had re
moved most of tho larger pieces of
corn! from tho sidewalk. With his at
torney, Charles Chllllngworth, ho at
once commenced to nrraugo for tho siV
tlement of nil damages. Among thosd
who witnessed tho explosion was a llul-J
let In reporter and several poslofflco and
police department men.
It seems that the exenvators havo
struck a particularly obstlnnto shelf ol
coral In the McCandlcss lot nod that In
arranging tho blast which did. the dam
ngc, chains and other weights wero
placed on top of n lcdgo that had been
drilled, Tho hlnst, however, following
tho lino of least resistance, lies out
the sldo of tho lcdgo and distributed
tho debris over the fenco Into Uethcl
GRAN DJURY CHARGED.
(Continued from Page 1.)
"any scheme for tho disposal or distri
bution of propprty by chance ,
whether cnlled a lottery, raffle, die fa
pakap;o, gift enterprise or by whatever
names tho snmo may be known." Tho
raflles which occur In barrooms, at
fairs, am; at other places nro ns clcaily
within tho statute as tho most elabor
ate and cuicfully organized lotteries by
which the Igric-runt and credulous nro
swindled out of their hard earnings.
Nor does It make any dlffercnco wheth
er tho betting or'rnftlo be for religious
Lcnovolcnt or profane purposes, (leu-
llemcn, I trust jou will givo this mat
ter thorough and careful attention. It
doubtless Is dllllcult for those who are
not constantly brought In contact with
this great evil to realize Its nrevnlcncp
In this community, or Its demoralizing
nnd debasing Influence It will require
uui u jiiwmtui a i;hva;huii, uunuvur w
bring to o.
of the cnorn
'this evil, whei.
nro several cho fa
In almost constant opt,
numerous agents going ,o a
and soliciting victims In every s.
lane, nllcy, and by-wny, as well us .
other places, In this city; thus, as It
were, sapping tho very llto-hlood of the
community, nnd visiting Impoverish
ment upon many and bring distress
Into their homes. Hut, gentlemen,
doubtless you nro nwaroAhnt cho fn
and oilier Oriental gamc-WVo not tho
only gambling games toMicT found In
.Honolulu; nor Is gambling confined to
the Orientals ntonc. )ou may be. able
to glean Important Information In the
line of your duty upon this question ol
gambling by calling ns witnesses thoio
other than Orientals nnd from places
other than China-town. Tho law is mi
lespcclcr of persons nnd you will ob
serve, that our statute against gambling
applies to all nllke.
Tho Judge's charge was an exceed
ingly long one, covering twelve type
written pages. It dealt exhaustively
with tho powers and duties of tho
(Irand Jury ns 'well ns tho proper
method of procedure. With regard to
the alien papulation tho Court said:
In nil jour proceedings you will ho
governed by the law nnd tho evidence.
ion wm nor, unucr nny circumstances,
permit any outside Influences, political
or otherwise, to havo nny weight with
you in reaching your conclusions, ir
those who nro called upon to adminis
ter nnd npply tho law In this Terri
tory will constantly bear In mind tho
existing conditions hero, together wllh
these humane principles nnd net In ac
cordance therewith, the tendency will
bo towards a higher nnd broader piano
of citizenship. Those among us of
alien parentage will then gradually
become Imbued with American Ideas;
nndf with proper education, their at
tachment to thp principles of tho Con
stitution will accordingly tnkc deeper
VooL llowcvor slow this ndvnncemcnt
nlong tho lines of n higher nnd morn
enduring citizenship mny be, nil rcas
nnnhlo nnd right-thinking men will nil
mil that It Is tho proper course to pur
.sue, nnd thnt It Is better to go forward,
.though slow, than to retrograde. Ilcncn
it Is obvious that the people of theso
'islands nro called upon to deal with
Tacts nnd conditions over which, to a
largo extent, they hnve no power to
.change or niter, save by tlmo nnd pa
ilence through tho process of evolu
tion. It requires but n moment's re
flection to bring to our minds the pe
culiar application of tho Koiirlcenlh
Amendment of tho federal Constitu
tion to tho people nf theso Islands.
Kach and every living man, woman
pnd child born of Orlrntnl parents In
tho Hawaiian Islands, ns well ns thou-
snndt yet unborn, are nnd will bo ns
Hilly entitled in nil me -privileges or
Immunities of citizens nf tho United
Htntrs," with a like claim to "tho
equal protection oMhc lawB," ns you
pud I and our descendants aro and will
bo to tho remotest tlmo. Doing tlnui
confronted with conditions over which
wo l.nvo no Immediate control. If wo
would, Is It not tho part of wisdom, nt)
.well ns being In harmony with tho
spirit of tho ngo nnd In nrcord with
common Justice for us to npply this
Uth Amendment, ns construed by
Charles Sumner, to nil our Judicial and
Tho flrnntl Jury wnH as follows: J.
JI. Sclinnck, J. Khlwcll, H. C. Dwlght,
1 1. K. Paxton, Walter Dllllnglmm, I.
Jlrny. W. I.. Hopper, W. II. Heinle, M.
J'hillp. J. Kiungcr, l'. ll. Damon, J.
Jimmclulli, W. A. Ilnwrn, H. W. Jor-
nan, ;, I,, Ainrsuni, j. .11. airv nesnny,
W. A. Dowen was appointed furo
mnn nnd Manuel J. Cnlual bailiff. Tho
Jury then retired In charge of Deputy
'Attorney flenernl Fleming, No rases
.wero taken up, however, and an ad
journment wns tnkeu until Wednesday
of next week.
A MOANA HOTEL FUNCTION.
The transport Thomas Ih expected to
arrlvo soon and the night she Is In
port tho Monun Hotel with tho usual
Ihnughtfutncss of the management wilt
glyo a dnnco In honor of (lunrtcrmas
tor Captain Humphrey nnd tho nnic-cm
'nnd ladles ot tho Thomas. All friends
of tho Monim aro Invited to mnko thu
evening pleasant for tho visitors.
Mrs. MacClcan died tho other day nt
New Ross, county Wexford, nt tho ngo
of 99. At a recent exhibition nt New
Ilnss n Marie ttrnw bonnet thnt had
been worn by Mrs. MacClcan for fitly
consecutive years without a rhango of
shape or trimmings wns on view.
. Tho Islam! "f Capri possesses a
untquo cavd ot the blues, wherein tho
air Is Ilka a twilight of blue fire, and
waves, and grotto walls and boats and
pcoplo everythng and every one
A I)ndon Wost Knd doctor rcccntl)
lemarked that tho modern drawing
room, with Its carpets, cushions, and
curtnlns, Is nn Ideal breeding place for
disease germs, which are constantly re
cruited from the clothes of pcoplo who
havo arrived In public cubs.
fifty years ngo, In Switzerland, 180,-
000 deiosltors possessed 112,000,000 In
167 savings banks. Thorn nro now
1 100,000 depositors possessing J100.
000,000 111 moro than S00 savings banks,
for a collection of Ml bookplates,
mostly by Chippendale, $140 was ghi.n
at Southcby's, London, the other day,
when tho Into J, It. Brnwn'n collection
ot nearly 20,000 plates wns sold for
Th0B0 wIl0 tlIml, i,gn wnnt l0 J
HMTQ Ol tllCir lOOlUOld.
4. 1 ' ' .