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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H., FRIDAY. NOV. 23. 190G.
Leahl Chapter Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree,
Perfection Mtli Degree.
Oceanic 2d Degree.
Council Kadosh 30th Degree,
All visiting members of the
order uru cordially Invited to at
tend meetings ot local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
Mn-te vcn Monday evening at 7:
lii I O. O FT Wan. Fort street.
I: It HENDRY. Secretary.
c o iioitel. N. (1. I
All visiting bro'hers very cordially
, MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P. j
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 oVlock In K. ot I. Hall, King
itriot. Vlsltlnir brothers cordially tc
tiled to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. C.C. !
F. WALDRON, K.R.S. I
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meeti ever? Friday venlcg at '
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem-
be'rs of Matlo Lodge. Nu. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge. No. 8, aud visiting ,
trotters cordially Invited.
A. D. UOND, C. 0.
A 8. KENWAY, K.RB.
HONOLULU LODQC Bio, I. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 1, B. P. O. B.,
win meet In ttielr ball, un Millar
and lleretania itreeti, ivory Friday
By order of the K. R.
HARRY II. SIMPSON,
II. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening- at
7:50 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, Kin?
ttrotL Visiting brothers cordially In
wit- to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. CO.
K. A. JACOUSON, K.U.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNE8
DAY evenings of each nionth at 7:30
o'clock In K. of 1". Hall, King stre-L
Visiting Kaglct are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAGCE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. H. M.
Meeta every second and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. 0. G. T.
., Visiting brothers cordially Invited to I
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.'
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month rlt San An onio
.Hull. Visiting brothers cordially in
',lled to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE. Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
When your delivery
wagon is made to fill the
exact needs of your bust-
J ness, you have "convey,
3 Why not have one made
. to order here? We'll
make it Just as you want
It. We can give you an
427 QUCEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER Msnager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of tvery capacity and de
scription madt to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular a Men
tion paid ,to JOB WORK, and repair
executed it shortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON ,
Otneral Contracting and Jobbing, !
Ilousrp.ilntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
Inu, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and :
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
sign painter, corneV Hotel and Union
streets, PHONE MAIN .101
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD, ,
IU.I CiLte, Morlgaue, Loans and In
Officii Melntyre Ulu, Honolulu, T.H,
p a, huk km, niuHB maim hi
UULLUTIN adb, HAY
I frJiThTbld Btia 1 CJ S
I . Whisk f
- - 1 lilt
MTtl HOtol "" IT. ?H
30 ;-.-- i iij
pie prepared mint
Pure Prepared Paint is ready for Im
mediate utc. Scientifically mixed
and fjround by modern ma
chinery. Sold by
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET.
We're always ready to examine
your teeth I-'KIiE and quote
our price for placing them In
good condition. F.en then you are
under no obligation to employ us.
Hut when )ou see our work and
bow ihtlnlessly we operate, jou will
place your teetli in our rare,
I I. irmit'SON.l). ii S
"Tllli liXl'1-.RT HKNTIST"
315 Hotel St.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
FORT 8TREET opposite CONVENT.
per 8. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT 8TREET.
LADIES' STYLISH "
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us7
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
MIKB WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It
HAY8ELDCN TODACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ QLDQ,
no wen My li'iiiioii nr ins r.Ywn
i hllllflin elvmr u roiiinliii.i Mtiiiiiiiurv nf
Itliu iiuwn n (ha ilt;, par til '!
LOCAL ANB IENEIAL
There are probably a hundred peo
'pie today who, upon looking at this
newspaper, turn first to the "Furnish
ed Room" ads. if the room YOU have
to rent Is advertised there, one of
i these hundred people will probably be
lodging at your house In a few days.
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Make up a tall ho party for Wnll-le.
I Best cup of tottee lu the city. Me
1 England Bakery
Lilly's Poultry Foul and preparu-
1 lions nt C. J Day's.
All the rlco mills of the city mo bury
with the new Hawaiian crop.
-las. P. Morgan lias cabled O. A. Kiev
en that lie will nttirii in llin steamer
Neatly furnished rooms ut tha Pop
ular. 11, $1.50 und 2 per week. 1213
I Tho Red Men will bold their regular
meeting tonight. Visiting brothers arc
Oahu Ludge. No 1. K. of P., will
I meet toulght ut 7:3'l o'clock In K. ot
P. Hall, King streeL
Popular prices prevail for tickets to
Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage, Patch,
?I.W, It. 7.-,c nml fide.
11m December number of tho Hono
lulu Times Is out. It Is as unique, unil
rliaincleristlc uf Its editor an unual.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its coollug aud
preservative piupcrlles. California
Fled Co., ageuto.
Thcrn will bo a Symphony rehearsal
nt llaalelea !.nwii tomorrow nl 8-3U p.
in. of the Elks' memorial services
Why do Thousands use Holly Flour'
llcenusp no Hour In this Territory cu'i
equal Holly in quality. Ask J our k nic
er for It.
I It. Stnckable has written his broth
er from London, announcing that It
was his Intention to Icavo for Rome
Some anxiety Is felt over the non
arrival of the barkeiitlue OeorEf C
Perkins, now 41 days out from IIIIci
fur Dray's Harbor.
WallclKI Inn is now owned by W. C,
Iierglu. Accommodations, Hupplles'
and attendance absolutely Urst class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Whitney & Marsh nrn making n
pretty display of Chlldren'H ready-tu-wear
goods In ull garments. Also ladles
and children's parasols.
J T. Parkinson, representing bust
r.css Intercsu of Oregon, will remain
here for some months. Mr. Parkinson's
wife and daughter accompany him,
If ou are going to Imvu your
Thanksgiving dinner at homo, you can
save yourself a great deal of trouble,
by having I lie turkey rousted at tbn
Tho Honolulu Ons Co. Intends to
double the capacity of lis plant and A.
N. Cumpbell Is on the. coast making ar
rangements for tha construction of new
Denny & Co., dealers In sowing inu
ihlues and buyers of junk, sell, ex
change and repair all kinds of sewing
innclilniM. Oluce, 12CG and 12C8 Fort
Mrect. Trleiihono Main 488.
Pure Prepared Paint, manufactured
by V. P. Fuller & Co.. San Francisco,
ts the best in tha market. It Is ready
mixed for Immediate, uio, In nil colors.
Lowers & Cooke, Ud., ogents.
The Mystic Shrine will have Its an
nual admission of candidates Decem
ber 15. There will bo fifteen novices
on the. lopo, One of tho features of the
parade will be u Turkish zuave drill.
A meeting of tho Walulae, Kalmukl
and Pnlolo Improvement Club will bn
held -at the Government Nursery at 8
o'clock this evening, for tho purpose cf
laying out the program for the ensuing
The .Seaside lius plenty of surl
boards, surf canoes, Canadian canoed
te which aro at the disposal ot Its
gucbts. Remember that tho best bath
Ing and the best surf for board riding Is
directly In front of the Seusldo.
Secretary Wood of tho Promotion
Committee reports that tliti steamer
Spokane is to be lengthened fifty fceL
This will probably prevent her from
being used to bring excursionists to
A farewell social will be given Sat
urday evening at 7:30 by the Chinese
Christian Endeavor Society ut Fort
street church for its president, L. S.
Kong, who Is going to China by tin
Korea for u visit. It Is hoped that all
the niemlit-rs will be present.
Zenoblim Peschkopf, who pussed
through In llin sierra on Ills way to
New Zealand, had u letter of Introdtir
tlou from Mrs, Dewey, wlfo of Pio
fessor Dewey of Columbia University,
iew urk, to Justice A. S. Hart well,
Mr. Peschkopf Is uu adopted son ot
Maxim (lorky, the Russian putrlot, umf
ih iiimseir u talented man. Professor
und Mrs. Dewey wero visitors to these
Islands some tluiu ago.
Tho following accounts of election
iixptnsea were tiled today:
S, P. Coueu, caudldulo for House
Iroiu Fifth Dlstilet!
Nomination feu 125 1)0
Printing ( arils n nu
I Pemonul nxpeiifces 4 71,
JAdwrtUlug 'j CO
.Car fin u ,y
lliuk fains J oir
' J I. Hllvu, uiiidlilnlo for llm House,
from Eleele, KiiiiiiIi
i:xjmu.-4 priming nml iiilverlln-
K .....,.,,( I no
jTiinniiiig id liuiiiio iiiueiiiig,,., aj r.n
Here are two eyeglasses, one fitting
the nose correctly. the
other Incorrectly, There Is no one
eyeglacs that will fit all noses, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style beet suited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
J). N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May &. Co,
fs'JI.'1'1 '''sssWsslasip tsir
MONUMENTS, SArES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. I7C-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
A mock election held on board tho
steamship Korea on her last trip lo
Ban Francisco resulted In a sweeping
Victory for the Itepiililliau ticket, us Is
M.owu by the following.
10 a m.. aboard S. S. Korea.
Nov. litli, lUOti.
We, the Judges of the election held
this duy on board S. S. Korea, hereby
(erllly that 27 wHch wero cast, of
which la favor Hie election of tho
Eliulghl Republican ticket and 8 votes
fdvored the Democratic ticket.
Wu therefore declare the following
candidates elected: A. M. Drown,
sheriff: lleiny Vlda, deputy sheriff;
I). KaUuokalanl, county clerk; J. W.
Cnthcait, iiiunty attorney; F. T. P.
Waterlouse, county treasurer; JamtM
Huddle I, louuty auditor; Kuhlo as
Delegate; W W. Harris, supcrvlsor-at
large; Chns. Ilustace, Sam Dwtght and
A. V, Hear, supervisors. Senators
W. O. S,iiilli, C. F. Chllllngworth. L.
L. MiCtndless. Representatives, Ith
DlFtrlrt A. I). Castro, E. W. Qulnu.
W T. ItavlliiH, S. K Kaleo. E. A. Long
John 1 1 uthes.
Judged J, Olsen, M. I. Caerul, A.
Mai tin, J. F. Morgan, l.okua.
The wuteiplpe for the Wahluwu set-
llenienl bus been ordered. It will be
used to pipe uutcr from tho mountains
down through tho settlement.
The pipe, will be ten-Inch from tha
toiiiiuencemeiu to tho Dole cannery nml
six-Inch Rom theio on through the
town-site, wlifre there Is a fall of about
It is untlclpattil that u wheel unit
dynamo will bu Installed to light the
Hi ee and for privute coincidence.
AlllOllir llin Pnlfililfil linHknnirnru lu
Zeuoblus Peschkopf, un udopleil son ot
Muxliu (lorky, the telebruted Russlun
uiithor and PROLETARIAT. .Mr.
Peschopf iiirrles out his disdain for
lonveiitlonulliles by malting tho trip
10 jew .(uluml in the uteeruge. Ad
eitlser Blank books of alt sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Don't you want to be wise? If you
do, do as wise smokers are doing
ask for tho
The manifold virtues of tho Rough
Rider Cigar will convince the most
skeptical unoker after a thorough
trial, that It is matchless for Its fla
vor and Is a sweet smoke, Why not
Bolt Honolulu AunW.
C0IIMCH MQTRL ANP FORT Br.
Nelson's Thin Paper
Small volumes printed In large typi
on very thin paper are becoming mors
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock
tt when traveling; they are handy and
convenient to read In a hammock; they
take up very little room.
Bound In Turkey Morocco with flex
ible covers. We have the following
authors now In stock.
Dickens, Jane Austen, Ilurcs,
Kingsluy, Tennyson, Thackeray,
Tho llrontvs, Carlyle, Lever,
Shakespeare, Scott, Bunyan,
Cervantes, I.ytton, Elliot.
Price $2 per volume. Handsomely
Illustrated. Cash or Installments.
Wm. G. Lyon Co.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 3TREET8
lllr.nk books of oil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
-UJl-l-li UJ,UIUI I
Specifications For The
Collector of Internal Revenue Roy If
Chamberlain has received u circular
Irom the Treasury Department which
will he of grent interest to the chemist's
department of the various sugar plan
lattons. This Is the specification for
methyl alcohol und benzine submitted
for approval as denutuilng materials
As there are only two copies In Hono
lulu ut present tho entire circular is
published, as follows:
CIRCULAR No. CSO.
SPECIFICATIONS FOR MBTHYL
ALCOHOL AND BENZINE, SUB
MITTED FOR APPROVAL A8
Treasury Department, Office of the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
Washington. Oct. 30, 190G.
The second paragraph of section 1
of tho act appiovcd June 7, 1900, for
tho withdrawal from bond, .tax free, of
domestic alcohol to be rendered unlit
for beverage or liquid medicinal pur-
posts by the admixture of denaturing
materials, provides ns follows:
"Thu churacter and quantity of the
said denaturing material and the cot)
dlllous upon which said alcohol may
bu withdrawn free of tax shall be pre
scribed by the Commissioner ot Inter
pol Revenue, who shall, with the ap
proval of tho Secretary of the Treas
ury, niaku ull necessary regulations for
carrying Into effect the provisions of
Pursuant to this uuthority, aud n
conformity with thu terms or section
20 of regulation!) No. 30, tho following
IpeclflcutluiiH aro prescribed for meth
l aluihol and benzine submitted for
iippiovul un denaturing materials.
The methyl alcohol submitted must
bu purtlully purilled wood alcohol nb
tuliied by thu dustructlvo distillation
of wood. It must conform to thu fol
lowing unulytUul requirements:
Color TIiIb shall not be darker than
that produced by u freshly nreimroj
folutliin of 2 e. e. uf NI10 Iodine dllut
ted lo 1IHI0 e. v. with distilled water.
Specific llravlty It must have a
I pecllle gravity or not moio than 0.830
at CO degrees F. (15.5B degrees C),
itirTcspuudlng to 91 degrees of Trades'
Rolling Point Ono hundred e, c
slowly heuted lu u flask under condi
tions us described below must give a
iMstlllutu of not less than 90 c. c. at aj
tempeiutuiu not exceeding 75 degrees!
C. ut thu normal piessuru of thu bar
i.moter ("CO in. in.). i
One. bundled c, c. of wood spirit u re
nin Into It shnrt-neclieil topper lluslcj
of about lsu-200 v e. capacity, and thu
Husk placed on uu usbujlos plate
1'uving u clicului' upuiilug of 30 hi. i:,
tluiiiut.il . In the iicclc uf this Husk Is
lilted u Riii Donating tuhu 12 in, in.
wide und 170 in in, lung, wllh u bull)
Just I rcntliiU'liir below llm du lube,
which Is iiiiiiMcleil with ii l.lublg's
(imlncr hitting u water Jueliet nut
liws tluiu Rlil pi, m, lung, u tim iiin,r
i"'liliiH nf llm riiulloiialliiK lull" Is
llmi'il a KllilliliildUed lliviiiinmnivr, to
OF IHT TO
adjusted that Its mercury bulb comes
In th? center of the bulb. Tho distilla
tion Is conducted In such a manner
that & c. c. pass over In one minute,
the distillate Is run Into a graduated
c Under, and when the temperature ot
Tfj degrees C. has been reached at the
normal barometric pressure of 760
m. m. at least 90 c. c. shall have been
collected. Should the barometer vary
from 760 ra, m. during the installation
1 degree C. shall be allowed for every
variation of 30 m. m. For example, nt
770 m. in. 90 c. c. should have distilled
at 76.3 degrees, and at 750 m. m. 90c. c
should have distilled at 74.7 degrees C
Mlsclblllty with Water It must
Five a clear or only slightly opalescent
solution when mixed with twice Its
volume of water.
Acctono content It must contain
not more than 25 or less than 15 grams
per 100 c. c. of acetone and other sub
tlances estimated as acetone when
tested by the following method (Mil
Determination of Acetone 1 c. c.
of a mixture of 10 c. c. wood naptha
with 90 c. c, of water is treated with
1( c. r. of double normal soda solution.
Then 60 c. c. of N10 Iodine solution
arc added while shaking, and the nut
ture made acid with dilute sulphuric
r.cld threo minutes after tho addition
of the Iodine. The excess of Iodine Is
titrated back with NII0 sodium thlo
sulphate solution, using a few drops
of starch solution for an Indicator
From 15 5 to 26.8 c. o. of N1U Iodine
coiuuon should bu used by tho spirit.
The solution should bu kept at a
temperature between 15 degrees aud
20 degrees C.
X equals grams of acetono In 100
c. p. of spirit
Y equals number of c. c. of N10
luuuiu solution required.
N equals volume of spirit taken
Y X 0.09CC72
Then, X equals
Esters It should contain not more
than 6 grams of esters per 100 c. c. of
spirit, calculated as methyl acetate
and determined as follows:
Five c. c. of wood spirit arc run Into
a flask, and 10 c. c. normal sodium
hydroxide free from carbonates nre
added, and the flask connected with
a return condenser and boiled for two
hours. Instead of digesting' at boiling
temperature the flasks may be allowed
tc stand over night at room tempera
ture, and then heated on a steam bath
for thirty minutes with an ordinary
tube condenser. Tho liquid nfter di
gestion Is cooled and titrated with nor
mal sulphuric acid, using phenolph
thaleln as an Indicator.
R.aniH per 100 c. c. of spirit equal
.074 X e c. of N soda required X 100
c. c. spirit taken.
Bromine Absorntlnn II iii n n l r-nn.
tain a sufficient nunntllv nr Immiriiir.
derived from the wood, so that not
moro man 25 c. c. or less than 15 c. c.
Bhall be required to decolorize a stan
dard solution contain .5 gram of bro
mine, as rollows;
The standard lirnmtnn iniuiinn i
made by dissolving 12.400 grams of
potassium bromide nml 3.481 grams
of potasBlum bromate (which ia nt
tested purity and has boen dried for
iwo noura at loo degrees C.) In a liter
or water. Fifty c. c. of the standard
solution containing .5 gram of bro
mine nro placed In a glass-stoppered
flask having a capacity of about 200
c. c. This Is acidified liv tin, ,i,iin..
of 10 c. c. of diluted sulphuric acid
U to 4), and the whole shaken and al
lowed to stand a few minutes. The
wood alcohol Is then allnwml i n
slowly Into the mixture, drop by drop,
iium o, ijureue until tho color Is en
tirely discharged. Th lumnn-ninrn r
the mixture should be 20 degrees C.
in auuitlon to the above require
ments the methyl alcohol must t,H nr
i-uch a character as fa remi.-p n,,.
ethyl alcohol with which It Is mixed
unfit lor use as a beverage.
Thu benzine submitted fnr nnnrniml
must be a hydrocarbon nrmlurt .luriv.
cil either from petroleum or coal tar.
u uunved from petroleum, It must
havu u specific gravity of not less than
.800. If derived from coal lur n mi
have a boiling point of not less than
-ou uegrecH or moro than 200 ilerrr-n
It must bu of such character am m
impait a decided odor to ulhvl iit,v,i,i
vheit mixed with It In the proportion
ci oue-iiair of ono part by volume.
JOHN W. YEHKE8.
C. II. KEEP,
1 Acting. Sec'y of Treasury,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION.
Entered for Record Nov. 22, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m, to 4 p. m.
(leu W l) Long Post l) A R by cdr
to Oahu Cemetery Assu , ,,,,,,,, )
Oahu Cemetery Assu lu tleo w Du
Long roHl tl A R )
i.enry j', cooper und wf to (leorgu A
(leu A Hiiydn und wf In WuIih
Iiuiifcu Tr Uu l.lil Ir M
lli'ii A Huyilu und wf In Wutur.
Iioiiso Tr Cil Ltd ir ,
rV H J Ollwu Muliultmi In Chug Hln-.l,
entered for Record Nov, 8J, oo,
Front a, in. lo I0J0 i, m.
IIhIIIm hhu i Wiiiik Fi Tung, ,, ,,
Banquet and Speeches.
Tho executive sessions of the Plant
ers' Association took up the entire
time yesterday, the last day of the
conference. Sub-stations for experi
ment work were discussed and finally,
the most Important of all, the labor sit
uation. The various sources of labor
from which the Association can draw
were discussed as well as the Immigra
tion policy of the Territory in connec
tion with the coming .visit of Commis
sioner of Labor Sargent.
The evening was. spent most pleas
antly at the Young Hotel, where I lie
annual banquet of the Association was
held. The following menu was serv
ed: Toke Point s In Orapo Fruit
Cream of Chicken a la Heine
Olive:) Celery Salted Almonds
Fillet of Sole, Sr Thomas Upton
Escalops of Sweetbread, Renaissance
Tournado de Boeuf, Montespaln
Roast Island Chicken
Petit Pols Lettuce
Caramel Ice Cream In Papala
After the banquet an adjournment
was taken to the pavilion, where
speeches were made and cards Indulg
ed In. A feature, or this part ot the
evening was the rendering of ancient
Hawaiian music, many pieces being
played on instruments now obsolete.
The program was as follows:
Violin Solo Buckley
Ancient Hawaiian Music
I'll, Puhlohe, Ukeke,
Olloll, Ullull, Pulll, III,
Recitation B. Harttusmi
Vocal Solo O. Livingston
Recitation C. Schwartz
The Ahahul Iolanl Society will give
a pol luncheon 'tomorrow at Haaleleu
Lawn under the patronage of Queen
Lllluokalanl and Princess Kalanla-
The pol lunch will be under the
supervision of Mrs. Carrie Clark, as.
slsted by Mrs. Keohokalole, Mrs. Nu-
haolelua, Mrs. Mana, Mrs. Kahea and
Mrs. Holtteln. Mlis Emily Ladd, as
sisted by Mrs. T. J. King and Mrs. J.
O. King, will preside at the coffee table.
Miss Mabel Todd and Miss Harriet
Young will deal out cornucopias and
Miss Bornlce Cook, Mrs. Clara Schmidt
and Mrs. II. B. Oehr the lemonade. Mrs.
Charles Booth will dispense candy, Mrs.
Oarrattl will superintend tho Hawaiian
table, while the fancy flower table will
be In charge of Mrs. liana N. K. Evans.
M.lss Mabel Taylor, Miss Wllheluilna
Wilcox and Miss Pauline N. Evans.
One of the principal attractions will
be the sale of autograph ribbons of II.
e s .
TO SUCCEED HIS BROTHEI
Captain E. II. Humnhrev. tlm mmr.
termaster of the transport Thomar,
nas oeen selected to succeed Ills broth
er, Captain C. F. Humnhrev. nu rbmi
Quartermaster at Honolulu. C. E.
Humphrey left recently for Washing.
ton to undergo surgical treatment, and
later will be assigned to sea duty for
the benefit of his health. Captain E.
ii. iiumpnrey is one of the popular of
ficers of the transport service, and It
is regarded us fortunntn for iinn..ini..
that he has been chosen to sucreed lib
urotner. Both are sons of Quarter
master General Humnhrev of th itnit.
cd States Army.
r BULLETIN ADB. PAY "
and comfortably cool, are Whits LlnJ
.. UUM DUIIS.
Not only this but the Quality We
Furnish You Is DURABLE-and there,
Every talent of our .n.ri.-,.j
workmen Is txsrclsed to give you what
we guarantee A PERFECT FIT.
W. W. Ahaua & Co.,
62 King 81.
PHONE BLUE 2741. y, p. ,0K ,.
NEW HAWAIIAN RECORDsT"
New aieortmint of Hawiiim mu.u
for the Victor Tlklng Machine. Com.
isrly and muse y9ur selection,
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