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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOUJt.I), T II., TUESDAY, JAN. 1 1907.
t WEEKLY CALENDAR
WW Oceanic Installation.
7 , MUnnv
jt Rose Croix -18th Degree,
rj Pacific First Degree.
' Lcl Aloha Chapter -Installation
All visiting members of tba
order are cordially Invited to it
tend mcetlnts of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. S, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. O. O iYMalt. Fort street.
E. II. HKNDIIY Secretary
C. 0. HOTTKL. N. n.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
J:30 o'clock in K. of V. Hall, Klxn
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
Tlte4 to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. 0 0.
F. WALDRON, K.R.B.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meets every rrlday evening at
K. P. Hall, KlnK street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodje, No. 2, Win. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
Arotnera cordially invited.
A. D. DOND, C. 0.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.1.
HONOLULU LODGE 611, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 0. P. O. B.,
U1 meet In their ball, on Miller
and Beretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the E. R.
HARRY H. 81MP80N,
H. B. MURRAT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday
r:S0 o'Uoclc In K. of P.
it visiting brothers cordially In-
si to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, U.O.
E. A. JACOB30N, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AKRIE 140, P. O. .
Hntn on the 2nd nd 4th wedvkh
DA- evenings ef each month at 7:30
O'clock In k. of P. Red), King suet.
Visiting Eaglet are Invited tr ai
BAM McKEAOOE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Beiy
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Nt. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meet every second and fourth
r.-tJDAY of each month In I. 0. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W..F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Am'onlo
Hall Visiting brothera cordially In
vfrea to attend,
T. K McTIdHE, Proa.
B. V. TODD. Secy.
Don't &tart the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa-
qon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
anrt pltlrna nnlu Ujliat'n
427 QUCEN 8T, TEU MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX 3.
C. W, ZCIQLER Manager
Phone Main 197
and you'll get FRE3( BAKED bread
Delivered to Your Home,
W. R Patterson,
GENERAL CONTRACTING AND
1168 UNION STREET.
PIIONC MAIN 3Z1.
FRS8H FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
8EED8 FOR BALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 889.
fjsfjrFlne Job Printing at the Bui-
ht ga.iJ B ihclSts.
. If you want .1 good, reliable
paint to withstand the hardest
wind and rain, try Fuller's
It Is ready mixed for use and
the best made.
of the Famous
TELEPHONE MAIN 22.
You want only your favorite
brand at home. .No matter
what your choice is, you can
have it delivered promptly by
ringing up our Jobbing depart
ment. The Criterion
PHONE MAIN 36.
Mrs. More's China, Infants' Clothing,
the Bulletin office.
cards on sals at
IN AD8. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
999 out of 1.000 times you will find
It or sell It or secure It to best advan
tage through Bulletin want advertis
Cheat the doctor, go to Wallele.
Panama hats cleaned at the Olob.
lluum's Animal for 1907 U now on
Rest cup of coffee in the city. New
Try IIimcII's I'nie Cream, pint tins;
2ri cents. Day & Co.
AHmdcr & Baldwin, It!, slcnt-ur
i-.il-'nJ.HR now ready.
The steamer Nlllian Is v, rather
hound nt llanntnaiihi.
Don't iiiIto Mom's embroidery Bale,
which btglns loumrrnw morning.
If jour sewing machine needs repair
Ins phone Renay & Co . Main 488.
Ms stlc IKlce, No. 2, K of P. meets
tonight In K. of P. Hall. King street
The High School gets the Panama
Canal model. It leads b ocr 10,000
Secure jour, valuables by placing
them In the llcnrj, Wntcrhousr Trust
Co , tl.il.
Tl.o hwliiKltiK sign of i:. W. lm-hn
v.:m ulo'Mi down this inornlny and d
.lolUtud Bishop & Co. publish todnj their h.il
iincp.slicct, as It was nt Hie close of the
past J car.
A statement of condition of the
llishnp Tiust Co, nt close of business
Dcccnilicr .11, l'J0. Is published loda
The Mlknhal.t, arriving this morning,
brought the following freight: 2000
Ii.ibh A sugar. I packages of sundries
The (Juceii's Hospital reported tliU
tuion that some lmprocmcnt w.-ui
noticed In Judge Hlghton's condition
The holiday number of ParudUc of
Pacific at all news stands or Vacrlcv
bloclt, llcthcl MtrcLt; rendy for mall
liiB. Treat jour iron roof to it coat, of
"Arabic." There Is no hel'cr pirsciv
ntivc made. California I'ced Co ,
Tlio N'ocau w.ui iinablp to dlschurgc
freight nt llnmalai.i anil could not ship
cattle at Naxx)Hiii on nccouut of hwivy
Tl.c r.niric Club will Itceii open
house on New Year's Day and has U'
s'led sceral hnndicd lnltntlouu to a
flay sou h.ivci jour full ih 1 )l
ltticr, I'rospciHj ntid I'rlmo tlmwslf
out tic Ncv Year, Hnnoluiu Uruwiiifi
rn Miiltlug Co .Ltd.
')cut one hil'-ilrul feet of !ho higli
h til lenco at the ha'K of 'hi lai.r
f.itlns the Young hotel was !', wu
town ii ily last ccnlug
lldwnlhin Nef Co. has Just received
a (urge new stock of the latest popular
books. Tlieto will iimkp good icr.'IriK
f.-i the long winter renlngs
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Dergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance abtolutely first class
Finest bathing on the beach.
Tlio ladles' Auxlllarj, A. 0. 11., will
hold no meeting this ecnlnp. The
next meting will be on Tuesday, the
7th Inst., nt the rrsul.ir hour.
Nine Chinese gamhtcrB were arrett
ed In a Chinatown Joint last night by
Ortkcr Apann. A small mini of money
and n luiudfiil of dice and buttons wvio
bouircd as cldcn.c.
Tlio I'unahoii earn of (ho Hapld
Transit wein tied up from 11 to It
o'tloclc todaj. A car off the track in
tlio upper end of town was the ruusc
of tlio dclaj'.
Purser John (Initio of tlio Mlkahula
rcKirta the following sugar on hand
on Kauai: K. 8. M 20(H); V. K-, 700;
Malt.. 10,229; (I. & ll 103.r.; K. P.. 120U;
P., 1130, II. M.. 550. .
Ihu Nocau, arrhlng this morning
brought the following cargo: 13 empty
wine barrels, 15 emptj beer barrels, 12
packages of biindrles, 131 bides, t
bundteH sheep skins, and 800 hngs of
If joii want a good, re'lable paint to
wiihitiii.il the hardest wind pn I mill,
l.'y I'.iller'H l'urt Prepared 1'ilul It
U l!ie Inst that'll ma lo and Is ludv
i.lMil lor ube. Hold by I.uct fl
C inv, 1 td
The Seaside has plenty of surl
boards, surf aanoes, Canndlan canoes
etc., which are at the dlspomil of Its
guests. Rememher tbal the best bath
Ing and the best surf for board riding Is
directly (n front of the Seaside,
Tlio jouug pcoplo of the Halwition
Army will luno charge of, tlio meeting
in tlio hall, corner of King and Nun
ami nvonuc, tonlgliL Tlio meeting will
loinmcnce at 8 o'clm-k, and all Hie
joiiiir pcoplo are Invited In attend.
Judge Henry i;. Hlghton continued
lo i'ii well jcHteiday after tlio aut latlou
I:o urdorvcnl on Hiiudny niiuiii.,'. In
0 crating upon him tlio dojf h.n
heir fears dispelled by the llcoe'y
1 1 another and less malignant iimIju)
IImii (hat Giispected.
The koun gale last cenlno took oil
l!w exposed part or Iho rool of Wni
II, f'aatlo's mountnln homo on i'nntiilii'
Ml. Castlo tried to got uupo". az In
io up nt onto and innko tri,pi.,i. y :i
jmI'U but seemed lo flml :i iii'-i' of tn
1 1 nsiasm for the Job.
On account of rough weather tlio
Mlkuhnln was iinablo to got A. Itobln
inn and parlj on board at Nllhati. She
was nnnblo lo land at Wnlmcu, Maka
well, Hlcelo or Kojo.i on tlio return
trip. Though the weather wnn bad at
Nawlllwlll, mall and pasbcngcrB wcro
taken on board.
The ordinary bank deals men 'y villi
Ho living man but the tract emiiv.iy
fahrt charge of Ms estate nftic ho Ii
v.5ti', r.nd B(-, that his wishes a-p foi
lld int. IMbsumes all caro nnd u-
rjpjni1 i'lllty, end by methcdlrn' tyjUm
inr.'ltrit Judldous senlcc. tli,'nj
Timt Co., Lt.1.. Furt Btrcet.
That's right, five there are others,
but these are the Important ones for
you and your eyes:
you frown or squint In looking
at an object;
your eyes show an Intolerance
they tire, ache, cin.irt or wa
objects swim or heceme dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
that point to us, i
A. N. SANFORD.
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BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
over may a. i,g,
M. Culman, I064 Fori SI,
Additional Cable New on Page 1.
STARVATION IN CHINA
Pcklns. Jan. I. Kour million people
in tho Klniigsu district are ntimlng,
Many of litem nre Joining Hip icmiIu
tlonlbts. GUGGENHEIM SLATED FOR
!)cncr. Janu.irj I. Simon (luggpii-
'lelm, the mining and smelting uuiK-,0Ut r ho question to load cattle,
nntn. has been rhoii n In caucus to sue1 The steamer Nlllian Is In ocn worse
cccd Senator Patterson, whose term aie. being weather bound nt Hann-
explrcs this jcar.
DEATH OF BRITISH PEERESS
(lalwaj-, .Innii.uy 1. Countess Clnn
c.utj, former!; Ue!e Hilton, Is dead.
COMSTOCK'8 CHARGE FALL8
New Yoilt, Jan 1. Anthony Com
dock's charhu against Anna Hiihlnson
has hern dismissed.
ALGECIRAS TREATY SIGNED
Madrid, Jan I -Tlio tunty iliaun
tip nt tho Atgcclnu coiifcrenip regard
ing (Jin Krcnih sphere of Inlluenrc in
Morocco nnd tho right of that nation to
police tlio country has been signed by
thp Spanish authorities.
8PORT8 CHECKED BY 8NOW
.Tonopah, Jan. 1. The hciuy snow
fall has kept down the number of ar
rivals for tho tlaiis-Hprninu light lire
t'-niay and tho promoters are faUnr; a
Tho libels attached to Iho ship W. I'.
Ilahcock had un nil Ing yesterday be
foro United Hlntes Commissioner (1
A Davis. One of tho bailors Interest
ed, by tho name of Du Vlssur, status
iiini no inn noi go 10 mo nospiini on
uri'iwil hero. Ho said that ho had put
In six wcoks In n Now York hospital
and wanted no uioio of1 any Institution
under tho name of hospital. Whon
asked how ho had bcon treated ho
snld ho did not drink nnd when put
straight as to tho nature of tho ciies
tlon, he replied tha,t ho generally treat
id himself to a mouth-wash.
According to the btatement of Lula
the steward of (he Dabcock, during the
flrat part of tho ojate only nboul
threo fourths of a regular allowance
was dished out to a nun, nnd dm lug
tho latter part only about onohalf ra
tions woro senod Tho salt ment was
so rank with plcklu that ha could not
out It. On tho toyugo from Uultlmoro
In Honolulu many of tho crow woro
slqk. A piuHsuro of tho linger on a
man's llcsh would lenvo n dont Hint
remuluod fin soino tlino, and Iho
teclli would beconio ory Ioobo. Two
men dltd mi Ihu ojngo out, ouo frnra
a fit and (ho other after an Illness of
oyer six months.
'Iho cabin lecehed cortnln kinds of
food long nftor it was cut out of tho
forecastle moss. Kven rlco was de
nied tlio men forward, but.. was sup
plied to the cabin,
deo, D. Dear and J. J. Dunne am
holding up tho sailors1 side and W. (
Stanley defends tho ship. . '
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Tnt vvstkly Edition of tha Ivanlng
Bulletin gives a eomplata summary of
" nw or ina amy.
Hi WEATHER FOR
The steamers Mlknhata and Nocnti
nirUcd this morning from tho other
Islands and report extremely hciivj
weather m the cntlro trip. So high
wcro tho KcaH and wind that it was lm
IKisslhle to get mall from a number of
ports on tup return in:i ami it was
iinnulii and iinnhlo to get nwny from
I thai Kirt. Unless the weather changes
I slip may be dclajed for some time
The Mlkahula had a very rough trip
coming from Kauai and (ho passengers
found that their bunks wcro tho best
places for them while on tho wny'oer.
Tlio Ipo.uk were tied ui as soon as they
camp In mid Hip men paid off that they
might cnjnj their New Year's Daj us
much as possible. In splto of the bad
The Indications of fair weather jes-
tej-ilay morning was n also alarm. The
name om Kona got in nnntiiei kick lat
Jestenlay afternoon ami rulseil n merrj
rumpus throiighoul thocllj. About the
only damngo done wan (o trees mid
I'ensncol.i sliei't was complctclj
blotkeil up by u Itillen nlgarnha tree di
rectly In'front of tho Atwiitcr plaio
Tho Seaside hotel rcieUcd some dam
age from a falling tree. A telephone
rolp and wlies wcro tarried lo the
ground bj a falling tree near the HpIb-
Iiiinalllo Ft reel wua hear I from In
thi, a J of ,i large I, re lliuli str.-.l jlio.,
tin trollej wlru hitv.cen Alipil tml
I id fchl HtiteK The tinlltj wiro ha I
tn I.- lowered In alio" tho -.rt in pus
'" r. IV-IH
A large nlguiiibn Ireo In Iho grounds
of the Hawaiian hotel blew oer abnul
5:. 'ID in iho nflrruoon. In fulling It
bnmowhal smashed tho la litnal. It
in a do a very loud crushing sound as It
went down, but it resulted more fiom
tho hieakiiig Inanities than Iho dam
aged woodwork. The tree was covered
with Ivy ami wiih an old landmauc.
Twenty tries mo repented down In Ka-
ploiini p.uk. Ail) number of trees
In Pulolo Milloy were laid low unlet
JJW-"For Bent" card on sal at
th Bulletin office.
t We are going to make our custom
ers a New Year'a present,
IT WILL BE A PERFBCTO
CIGAR, SEVEN INCHES ,
Its extraordinary length mates It a
"long" sirjoke worth keeping a '''long"
while as a souvenir.
COME IN AND GET ONE
NEW YEAR'8 DAY.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREBT8
School Board Transacts
Large Amount Of
Tho Hoard of Kducatlon (nel yes
tcrday and transacted n large amount
of business. Tlicro were present nl
Iho meeting Suiiorlntonilctit Dabbltt,
Commlmssloners Mrs. Ji M. Dowsctt,
W. It. Knrrlngton, Frank Dodgo and
David AI, and Normal Inspectors Kins
On account of tho accident to Nor
mal lniector Wells, who fell over a
pall on Maul somo trnio ago, It was
necessary for tho Hoard jesterday to
appoint someone to fill his plnco tcin
poraflly until ho reenters sulllclently
from his Injuries to resumo Ills posi
tion. Ji C. Davis was appointed to All
tho place. Mr. Davis was nt ono tliuo
en Inspector, nnd later was Superin
tendent of Public Instrucllou'ntid aft
Mrs. Tamar Husscj-, who has taught
for 23 J ears, holding a third class cer
tificate, was granted mi honorary-life
certificate. Miss Alice West, bolder of
n second-class corllflcnlo, nnd who has
tntiglil for 27 years, was ulso granted
ii similar certificate.
Life certlflcatPZ wero granted to
Cjrll O. Smith, who lias taught for 17
j ears, eleven of which have been un
der n first class certificate; ami to
Thomas Alu of Knllun, who has taught
J. D. McVeigh, superintendent nt tho
Leper Settlement, Molokal. was ap
pointed school ngent for tho Bottle
ment. This wns dono owing In tho
fnct that Iho other BChoot ngent on
Molokal has bis headquarters on au
ether part of tho Island and Is not ablo
(o go to Kalaupapa as frequently ns
be should. McVeighs salary was
placed at $1 a month.
Salaries of several teachers wero ad'
Justed on account of Increased woik
rhoso dealt with wcro Iho following:
Mrs. ftosu Ainu, Walalua; Miss Ka
let Uwallko, Kaiwlkl; Mrs. Clias. King,
Olaa 12-Mlles; Miss Qulnii, Pahnla;
Robert Klhol, Walmca; Kugenu Ca
pellns, Hakalnu; Manuel Do Cortc,
Kouiihoii: Mrs. Onisted, Walmen; Miss
Knlpu. 'Koolftti; Miss I.iuia. Kahiheo.
'povornl changeH 'Imvo recently k
currud In tho Hnmnkuu district of Ha
wall. It being necessary to fill n num
ber of plnces at onco, Normnl lnsicct
or King was authorized to make tho
changes on his trip to Hawaii this
week, tho appointments lielng np
proved by tho Hoard. Following arc
Mrs.-Jiino Olnoy, Ahualoa; Miss El
lrn Osorlo, Popeckco; Mrs. David
Marsh, t'npalkou; MIbs Agnes Kumn
kawlwoolo, Paauhau; Miss Praucls
Orcenfleld, Honokna; Mrs. Ynnagllin
in, Koolau; Miss ticrtrudo Tojiham
Kilauca; Miss Lid la Macy, PohaUu
puka. Tlio resignations of Miss Christian
of tho llnnamaulii school, Maul, and
that of Chas. 0. Williams of Honokna,
woro accepted. Tho former Is to bo
married uud tho latter Intends going
to tho mainland to study.
MIbs Dunn was .transferred from Ko
loa tn Kalalico and Miss Aylett was
transferred from Hamiiopo to Koloa.
Miss Tlcur Is to bo transferred from
Kilauca lo Hiinnpcpc, In case sho do
sires to accept tho 'appointment to the
(Continued from Pag I) ,
Lunch was served at 12 o'clock today
for all tho members of the club aud
a continuous stream of visitors wns
going In and out all day.
. Thu real featino of tho new club
looms Is found cm tho upper floor, all
of which, with thu exception of n con
plo of small rooms used us property
rooms for tho lodgo paraphernalia, Is
ilovoted to tho lodge hall. It easily
nurpusscs any hall In tho city and Is u
model which other Indues might woll
lonuult If expecting to build.
Tho hall Is finished In light wood
and tho celling decorations aru III
dark rod and dark .groon, forming n
most pleasing uffoct. Elk heads, on
tho walls as decoration completg this
offoct aud mako this thu handsomest
hull In Honolulu, i
On the first, story are two parlorn
one for omokluc and the other forJa
dies, when they shall bo present on
special occasions, n card room at which
tho members may spend an evening In
amusing thcmselvos quietly, oue of iho
handsomest and most up-to-dato but-
lots which could bo found anywhere,
as well as a storeroom and sovornl
small alcoves which can be used In
talking over private- business.
All tho furniture for tbo parlors has
not arrived from tho Coast as yet, but
Is exacted within a fow dnys, and
then Ihu work of fitting tho club will
havo hoc.li completed.
Iho linusQ commltteo of tbo Elks
consists of Roy Chamberlain, J. W.
Doyle, and Henry C. Eastou. Tho Hub
lees who had charge of tho work In ro
modeling tlio building nro Oeorgo An
ius, Ollto SorStiBcTii aud frfink Thorn))
sin, and the Chair Officers of the
lolgo Harry Murray, Frank fllchard
Ji, W. W. Harris, James D. Rougher
fthd H. II. Simpson.
(Continued from Pais 1)
the service wns temporarily Crippled
In arlol'ls places.
The Hawaiian Electric people report
ed that the damare to their wires had
been quite general, but their linemen
were n! work doing the best they could
lo repair breaks and flnrl out the ex
tent of the (Inmacc. Tho wires In tho
outskirts had been Injured1 more than
those In the city, nnd the Knllhl. Wal
klkl and Pnlolo sen Ices had been In
terrupted. At 11:30 a. m. the Rapid Transit Co.
reported Ihnt the water In the (racks
had caused Iho cars to fall hohlnd their
regular schedule, but so far no stop
pages of the traffic lind resulted.
Roads Not Injured
"There has been no damage, dono lo
the roads of the town hcjond what Is
usual In such storms," said Itoad Sup
ervisor Sam Johnson this noon, "None
or the bridges hnc been Injured, nnd
although (he streets hno been Hooded,
the rejular force of men has been ablo
to take carp of Iho situation.
"I hac sent some of tho men out to
trim the branches of trees, which nrc
threatening to fall. They arc working
on Pensncola street ami other places. -Tenney
At noon the continued rain had
caused somo troublo for tho Rapid
Transit cars. At many places, as, for
Instance, on Nuunnii avenue, tho
floods covered tho streets so that
tracks nnd switches wcro not visible.
Al tho sharp corner by E. D. Tonnoy'a
place, on tho corner nf '.Ltinalllo nnrj
Pensncola streets, tho water had car
rlcd so much gratcl down ou (ho trnck
that tho cars wcro unable to pass oer
it. As a consequence the Punnhou
Bcriico was cnrrled on In relays, our
car going from town nH far as tho
barn, another from the barn to the
Tenney corner, nnd still another from
(hat point down Wilder avenue.
Exicrlcnccd motormen say that
whilo tho downpour Is actually on tho
tracks nro comparatively clear, n
tho running wator keeps tho grx,el
and dirt on tho move. It Is when tho
water stops running nnd the grave)
settles on tho track that troublo Is
8preekels Bank Flooded
In tho Sprockets building on Fori
street Iho rain cnuscd considerable
trouble. Tho gutters under tho roof
became choked, forcing the water In
undei tho roof, whenco It leaked down
to the upper story, which wbb flooded
The water, which accumulated on (Ilia
floor soon leaked through Into the
rooms on tho ground floor occupied by
Irwin & Co. Hero tho floor wns als"
flooded so that It looked llko u bath
PRICE OF LUMBER
(Continued from Psaa 1.)
Inlely, been crowded with perishable
fulght, such ns grain, fiull, etc, mid
ns perlshnblo freight Is ulwajs given
the preference oer lumber, this baa
t!i own a largo proportion of the luin
1k r carrying over lo the ships, whkli,
ns a consequence, has caused a ralsa
in their rates."
Jan. 1. 1907
Temperatures ti u. m, 7G; 8 a. m.,
74; 10 a. m., 73; noon, 07; morning
Ilaromotcr, 8 a. m 29,89; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in , 8 013 grains per cu
blc foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 95
per cent.; dow point, 8cn. m , 69.
Wind 6 a. in., velocity IS, 'direction
S; 8 n. m., velocity 18, direction SW,
10 a. m., velocity 9, direction S; noon,
velocity 10, direction S3.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
b a. m, .28 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 708 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U, S. Weather Bureau.
HONOLULU A LA KANSA8
Last evening at about 5:20,811 un
usually strong gust of wind sweeping
out of tho back drlvoway of tho Young
Hotel ou Hotel streot picked up a lit
tle girl about. nine jears old as lightly
as a feather, and after lifting her
across tho water-pool nt tho edge of
tho bldownlk.i set her down on tho
Btreet again. Sho was not hurt by
ho aorlul trip and, picking herself uo
went off laughing, ,
ANOTHER TRAINING SHIP
tThu Hunger, an old United States
Naval vcsbcI now at Manila, Is being
lilted out for a training bhlp for thu
Philippine Nautical School at that
place, . ,
'"For. Salt" cards at Bulletin.
Here now In MEN'S 8TYLI8H'8UIT8.
The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all the best patterns and col
orings. You are Invited to come In
and see them,
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
'" Klng6t: '
PHONE'BLUE 2m. P, O, Box 98ft
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