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B ............ ! t B hovv mtny people In San ' tJsrrA! iu3 M
H - rnnnmiVAft M VM of ,he wan ad- ItllEAWMuF
ifjfl I iril I My HS " vvay In their papers7 Hp M BsU If UJT
Vvil 1 lUK VU X nolulu Is slow In finding M rr
ffPJ MOrMIVA "- H the easy way. Let a Bui H
M Oceanic Stated
PJBB Hawaiian Practise
HS TMUMSOAV I
BPt Kadosh Regular 1 p, m, I
All visiting members of tba
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings, of local lodiea.
rlARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. O. P.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
n I, 0. O F. Hall. Kort ttrcct.
K. H HENDUY. Secretary.
C A. SIMPSON', N. U.
All visiting brother! lory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. i, K. tl P,
Meet! every Tuesday evening at
' 30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall. Klur
reet. Visiting brother! cordially In
lei to attend.
A. S. WEBBER. C. C.
K. WAI.UUON, K. It. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. at P.
fMetti every Friday evening at
L P. Hall. Klnr streeL at 7:30. Mem'
S t?n ot :
Mystic Lod, NO. 3, Wo; MC-
Lodge. No. 8, ana Tinting
others cordtsllr Invltsd
71 General Business,
It. (10SI.1NCJ, C. C.
tM A. S. KKNWAY, K. It fl.
HONOLULU LODGE 111, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu "Lodge No. C1C, n. P. O. K.,
HI incut In their bull on Kins near
'ort street evury Friday evening.
y ordur of thu K. H.
HAIlltY II. SIMPSON,
11. E. MUHHAY, i:.It.
Vnv M'KINLEY LODQE No. t, K.af P.
Meet etery Saturday evening at
:tt o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
'.rot Visiting brother cordially lo-
i4 la attend.
I H. WOI.F. C. C.
K. A. JACOBSON, K. K. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. S.
Meets on tht 2nd and 1th WEDNKP
- DAT evening! ot each month at 7:30
' .clock In K. of P. Hall, King streM.
.Visiting Eagle r lnvlud U at
AM McKEAOOK. W.P.
H. T. MOORE, W. 8ty.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
" Meets every second und fourlli
f FRIDAY of each month In I. O. O. F.
V VUltlng brothers cordlully luvli-.l :
n. v. todi) s.i. ii.iii
A. K. MUliPHY r .1 ii
-0AMIEN COUNCIL Uo. S63, Y. M. I
i Meets every second and Durth Wed-
' aeaday of each month at San Am'onlo
HaJI. Visiting brothers cordially In-
vlted to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
; 'Begin Right
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work 'right, end It right
and charge only what's
H 4T Uouotion Oorrloera
,, uunuiiHii UHI I lOfiv
$?'' i& QUEEN 8T. TEU MAIN 47.
.. P. O BOX 1W.
; r, W. ZEIGLEB... Manager
;,i- ' - iwe
anufsctured from pare dletllled ws
'; .r. Delivered to any part of city by
1 ourtcous drivers.
, J lUV IbC A11U CLEW IK IV bU.,
IV, a lo. Telephone ftuif 3151.
Phone Main 197
, ma you'll get FRESH BAKED bread
'Jollvered to 'Your Home.
ftESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
' , . 8EE.D8 FOR BALE.
K r M Tniflnn
no, &, in. lajrjui
TEL. MAIN M.
Of All Kinds
We supply house and sign
painters with reliable materials
such as white lead, zinc, oils,
colors, brushes, etc.
We also carry the famous Hub
buck's boiled and raw linseed
oil. It Is an oil a little higher In
price, but Is without a peer
where a superior finish Is want
ed. When you let out a contract
tor painting, you will be wise to
specify Hubbuck's oils.
177 8. KING STREET.
We have a few kodaks to rent,
besides a fresh supply of films,
The weather Is Just right fo
picture taking and you have the
chance sf your life.
Anybody can use a kodak It's
No waits between courses
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all the time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patrons get
the best the market affords.
25 CENTS WITH BEER.
Blank booki of ill sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Rvn n nxn l(lx).
'rnllhos. livery, nutim. Htkjds. HtliM.
Ili'Bt cup of coffeoMu tlio city. New
The Knindstniid In Knpliilnnl I'nrk I
to be cold by auction.
Ilium's iiiuhIIii iimlt-rwcur Rule Iji-kIiih
next Krldny morning.
Hnthboue Slaters' leculnr meetlui;
this evening nt 7:.t0 o'clock.
If ynur Bewlng machine ureds repair
ing phone Ilenuy & Co.. Main 488.
The Konohl lautcriiM lire beglntiliiK
(o appear in front of thu Chlnesu hIoich.
Harmony l.(i'!ge, No. 3, 1. O. O,
meets tonight nt 7:30 In I
A notice to creditor!) of thu vxtntc of
Jus W. Clnln, ilecenseil, Is iinbllshvi.
In this Is'iie
Dr. Derby has returned from liin:i
Yniing I'liH'ltfiiH me lintchliiK out
f.ni'ly these ilays. ..
The nnmial Hireling uiul liatuiuet of
the Hawaii Yncht Club tukes jiltice on
The Kiinalu Ladles' Itimlug Cluli
will have a houftcwnniilng nt their new
Thu annual meeting of the. Mer
chants' Association will take Jilace on
The Ktcxlt honks of the I'lonevr -Mil!
Co. will he closed to transfers from
January 2U to Kihruary I.
Thu discordant strains of a noisy
nearby pnouogruph disturbed users ot
the library yi-sterduy nfternoon
Itcgular liuslucss meeting of Oceanic
tolge No. 371, K & A. -M., this elelllllF.
at 7-30 o'clock In Masonic Temple. '
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian:
Kennel Club will bu held tit 7.30 i. in.
today on the Young hotel roof garden. I
A probate notlie In the matter of the
estuto or I'rnnk Johnson, late of Ku-1
iniicla, Hawaii, Is iiiihllshed In tills
Coat your Icon roofs wltli "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling and
lireservatltu properties. California
Feed Co. .agents.
Walklitl Inn Is now owned by W. (2.
Dergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class,
Finest bathing on the bench.
A honest shoe for men Is the Chas.
Case bluelier oxford, wild nt Maiiufac
tiners' Shoe Co. I'rlee $5. Will out
wear two pairs of ordinary shoes.
In honor of the ICnipcror's birthday,
(leriunn selections hold prldu of place
r.n the band eoncrt program given at
Mal.ee Island yestenlay afternoon.
N. Fernandez, notary public, type
writer, etc., has removed his otlltu to
No. M4 Kaahuiimuu street, opposite
the otllcu of Then, II. Davles & Co..
The crater of Diamond Head con
tains it lake of no mean size. At times
wild ducliH am quite numerous on thu
lake, several having been shot thcr"
Uiw prices nt thu New Kuglaiid linker)-.
It Is reported that A. I). McKvoy. who J
was at, one time In thu secret scrvlre
of thu Provisional (lovernment, has'
l truck It rich In u mining venture In I
Hachs' bfg values for this week In
children',! dresses, wuhJi Ik-Ms, albat
ross, silk eoiieanu uiulj brown linen
trash should floi. bu overlooked, rlee
ad on page 3.,-. ''',
The two llebekuh'- Lodges will fcn
tertaln Harmony .orjga this evening
after thu regulur muting. All mem
bers of Kxcelslor Lodge and visiting
biothvis of the order are Invited,
The low places In I'nlolo valley uro
tilled with standing wuter where many
mud-hens are finding u sheltered home.
Their peculiar ipiuclt can bu heard most
any evening throiiglifiul thu valley.
The Seaside bus plenty of sun
boards. Biirf canoes, Cunndlan cuuoea
etc., which ure ut thu disposal of Its
guests. Kemember that tlio best batA
Ing and the best surf for board riding Is
directly In front of thu Keuslde.
Borne oranges grown ut Kaumuuti
this year hnve been received In llllo,
They are navel oranges, mul uie of lluu
size and fl.noi Fertilization has mudit
n ery marked linnrovenicnl In thu
crop and the result Indlcutej that u lot
of the best fruit can bo rulsed In Kan-
inuna with proper cultivation. Illlci
Pastor Wudumu'H discourse last night
wus, as usual, must Interesting. The
i.ubjects he chose were of a nature that
was clobu In touch with his audience,
He sisjke nt length on the modu em-
,..v. .,.,.,.,.,,, , .-u.ei. euy
or San Kiauclsco us u lesson 011 Him
. -. ... .....
orm or uroundutlou to be laid fur the
building uu or a human lire.
I)r It. P. Meis, well known In o
I'olulu, Is Inking un active part In the
iiffnirs of Claremout, Cul , vvheiu thu
Myeis hnve inuilu their home since,
leuvnig nere. a leceiu issue or tliu' protestunt monarch In huvu ever ie
Pomona (Cal ) l"fogress speaks or thiijcelvril this alii utluii.
1 lection of Dr. Myers us u dliector 1
unci vlcu piesldent of the Claremout
umber company und u!k vice presl
dent of the Claremout Inn Corporation,
Dr. Myers tukes an Interest and active,
part In tho educational affairs or the
community, particularly Pomona's col
lege. ' j
J That's right, five there are others,
I but these are the Important ones for
)'IIUsn,l J"ur y:
you frown or squint In looking
" "n ""'"'J ...
-your eyes show an Intolerance'
they tire, ache, smart or wa
ter; objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to jlhe need cf glasses, points
that point to us.
A. N. SANFORD,
,.' ,: ''BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
""' Over May & Co.
Munuftiottifur of tli
SOUVENIR GOODS which are universally admitted
the best In the market. Any piece o Jewelry stamped
H, C. which Is found defective, no matter, yvhere It was
bought, will be exchanged for its duplicate, If presented
at my store. ' ! -i
Case" Being Tried In
Sam Apollou.'l, better known an "Na
poleon," Is on trial loila'y In Judge! Hob
Insou's court. Iieforo n Jury, on thu
charge of running n gombllug game,
lie wih Indicted by the last (Iriind
DYfyfity AUorney fti-m-hil I'niHser. In
iiutllnln'ii Iho matlur to I he jury, stuted
that he expected ii prntn that on Or
toiler 21! and fi.r fourteen days there
alter, Napoleon run u crap game In u
house near the conifer of King and
Mnunukea stnets. Thu gaum ran, he
raid, until It was stopped by A. I.
Taylor, who discovered It.
I'roKsei said that hu would juovo hl
casu by witnesses who had lslted und
taken pait In thu ganio,
YV. T. ItiiH litis Is defending NaK
AdUltlonal Cable News on Page 1.
LASKER WINS AT CHESS
New York, Jan. 37. Uiskt-r defeated
Marshall in thu opening lnlernatlon.il
PRESIDENT TAKES A HAND
Washington, Jim. 27. The 1'iesldcnt
unci Cabinet were In confeieucu )cs
tenhiy on the car shortage.
TROOPS AND POPULACE
Cunens, Jan. 27.-Thure was u colli-
ilcin heie yesleiday between thu trtMM(
and the populnco over thu miction of
DR. TOWN8END DEAD
New York, Jan. 27. Dr. Towiibend It
dead. He tl fused lo ghe the name of
Oakland, Jan. 27. A sitter of thu
well known citizen, Frank Tiirpln, has
committed suleldu hccuinu or lluuuclul
POPE CELEBRATES KAISER'8
K,.,N ., 2s.-K.npe.0r William
... ..I.. ,. 1 ... 1, fmU -elelltll blltlldaV
jesterday bv Issuing n ordlnaucj
.inifciiiiij 111 irnillllH . uKtllluii'U
IllvIIK , ,, , a ,,.,.
.,,. fr . .. . .,,,,.,.
lenders me Igiunaul or 'the law.
Home, Jan 2ti -a Tu Deuiu was siiiij
by onler or the Pope lebterclay In
honor or the Kcilseiv who Is thu ilrst
OLIVER OETS CANAL
Washington, j.m 28. Tlio conlriuu
ror work on ihu Panama ra.inl con-
Hructloii ate awarded to W. D. Oliver.
Weekly Bulletin 1 per yw.
You will find us on Hotel Street
Just opposite Union.
W.e are down stairs because we
want more visitors. At was, many
customers would have climbed five
flights of stairs to see our magnificent
stock of books. As Is, these will not
be dlscomfdrted and the new store
will be more convenient tor the don't-
F9r.tft.llmh.af atpa ..ftn.aaa
We cordially Invite customers,
heth.r they wlln t0 buy or not
! We want them ia wh what u hiia.
so they can tell their friends.
Standard books, rare editions, orlfl.
Win, C. Lyon Co,, Lid,
Bulletin tlve. a compl.te summary of
the now ef the day.
1064 Fort St.
I pi MM
Circuit Judge Cannot
Vacate a Decree
Thu Supremo Court bus handed
down a written decision i-outliiuulory
of the oral decision of Thursday In thu
j matter of thu motion to dismiss the
appeal til thu Uuml laud case. Thu
syllabus of thu decision Is ns follows:
A circuit judgu Is without Jurisdic
tion to vacate u tlccicu after uu tip
peal from It has been allowed ami tak
in to thu Supreme Court, oven though
thu allowance of the appeal was discretional)-
An interlocutory decree and order
allowing uu apjKMil from It may Ik
prepared by tint losing party and pre
sented by him to the Circuit Judge for
signature and allowance without uo
tleu to thu opixjsllu purty Ihuurli or
dlnarlly that would pot be In accord
ance with thu butter practice; mero
lallure to give such notice, no Injus
tice resulting, does not call for tlio
dismissal of the appeal.
In nu Intc'rhioutory decreu over
tilling u dcliiurrcr It Is unnecessary
to Include n'' clause' giving leave to
answer b'tcr1. men though thut wus
Includeil lii the opinion, und esieclnlly
II uu appeal' Is to bu allowed from thu
IS !!f tt ?' !"? C2"".!
.-.""h. iiiiiiiii-miumii in jnii nl.'illlu I
lor dismissing tho appeal.
Jler Jan. 28.-The American ami J"" "''l""""'.
flermuu representatives who huve liteui AQUARIUM.
In confluence legurdlug n tariff ur-
rangement between thu two countries,
have leached u basis upon which u'
treaty may be diuwn, subject to thu
lippiovill of Pieshlent RoosKVelt and
FOREIGN STEAMER ON FIRE
CoIoiiiIhi, Ceylon, Jan. 28. Thu S. 3.
Hcldlltg arrived jesterday ut Point do
tulles with her cargo on lire. Her i.ih-
bciigors und mall huvu been rescued
by the Ililtlsh cruiser DIudem. ,
Flw .loh Printing at the Bulletin.
1Tn .h.,, -..,.,..
' "" "'""" '" o".,itt, ud who, while considering;
Tobacconists try to keep all brands In "'"I'' uw Interest, are not unmindful
order to supply their trade's demand. 1
Our Standard Smoking Tobacco
Stock is a large one. If you can't get
what you want at your tobacconist,
come here; we're Sure to have the
brand you want,
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREET3
Hie number of automobiles In the
rlty Is Increasing rapidly and n large
number of others have been ordered
mul will be here before long. i
The lateKt machines which bavu ar
rived nm Col. Ham I'nrkur's nuw Tour
1st, which enmu down on thu Alameda
on her last trip mid tin Orient delivery
wagon which Is the property of the
llnrtmnn Steam Laundry. This Inst
has created iiulle n sensation, ns ft dif
fers greatly from thu ordinary run ot
aulos. It Is n small, light blackboard
with thu eliglliu placed behind and
completely out of thu way. From the
work It is doing now It seems to bo n
I complete success.
Ah Orient buckbonid has also bee'i
iii uiieui iiiichuoiiiii mis uinil lieu I
oriloreil by lloscou I'erklns, thu Hotel
i twel photographer, but his Is n inn
chliio entirely for pleasure, its he litis
decided that horses are too slow ami
he can get moie plensuio from the new
This week Is thu last chance to enjoy
fckntlng. Itlnk will close Sntiirduv
night. Take advantage of these cool
nights, und thu last opportunities to
sknle, us the rink Is open every night
An Illustrated lecture will bu glvm
under the direction of thu Young
Men's Christian Association of Hono
lulu on Thursday evening, Jan. 31st,
at K p. m. Admission will bu 2S cunt
Thu proceeds will hu sunt to help tlio
famine sufferers In Central China. Kev
i:. W. Timing, who will sicnk on this
subject, has Just returned fiom the act
ive volcnnocs of Hawaii, having trav
eled over 2UU miles on that Island to
see them nt various S)lnts, Uu has
soiiiu of the latest photographs of thu
eruption und lava Hows, und special
lantern slides arc being made by Wil
liams of choice Volcano views. Theru
A III bu a chance to see some line pit)
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
(Continued from Page '.)
wllhlu a very limited period, lender
thu plant practically worthless,
The )enr embraced within this le
port was a very favorable one, showing
n material Inn case over thu results or
thu pit-ceding )ciir. Thu total pussen-
gers carded, Including free passengers,
were 7,lfi2.8.r2. Of thu different clusses
thu full-rare iiasseiigers numbered Ii.
02S.I7C, half-fare pusseugers (school
children) 3UMXU, und free passengers
12',IUC thu greater portion of thu last
consisting of police unci letter carriers.
Passenger traftlc. yielded, S33!),U71.1C;
height unci express tralllc, IS.38U.77;
ecpiurlum, $IKi;:i.'J(). Total earnings,
3l'J.9in.K2. against which theru wus
chained on account of passenger tralllc.
tlU.'.llfl.tiU; freight and cxpiess t rattle.
$3,OL'0.0',; eipinrlum, $1001.77. Tolul,
202,l 17.72. leaving a balance of net
learnings fium operation or $1 l7.7tiS.lu.
I Thu passenger 1 1 utile shows u protlt
or SII4.SS4.2S; thu freight and express
linlllc n pnillt of IS3SI.72 unci thu
Ailiurlum u loss or 12140.87. Against
thu balance or net earnings of S147,
708.10 theru has been charged on tux
account 115,000.00, on car license ac
count, jr,21; Interest on funded debt
$41,100.00 und other Interest I225.7U a
total of $.',7,740. "ii, leaving a balance ,r
net Income on ojiurutlou uccount ot
$'.10,021.34, to which must bu added mis
cellaneous Income $S730.UO, making n
total net Income or SUS,7G1.'JI.
The cur mileage ror thu year wus
1,338,027, us against 1.S02.20U ror the
preceding yeur, an lucreusu or 30,418
"!! '"' ' -tally "verage ot
i 1 append heieto a statement showing
the monthly Income und uxpeudltuiu,
I including llxed charges, In connection
with thu operating accounts, which Is
I regiut that I ciiunot make u fuv-
orublu report, us lo the operations of
Me Acpmrlum, for the year. The total
admissions were 10,232, or which
18,040 weru adults und 1180 weru chll-
ill en. Comparing these results with
100S I Und theru wus u lulling off In
the adult admissions or 4S0S unci In the
admissions or children or 702. Tho In
come was $28i;a.uo against which there
was nn 'expense aciounl or $4004.77 jf
which 1121.10 wus churgeablu lo bieal
,w. uf KUsa and thu lenewnl or thu
p1K eonutlon with thu wulur
ilLitrlbiitlou system; ihuoilgluul wood,
en pipes having been completely tie
Itioved by thu teredo.
I In concluding desire to express my
-uini.- uiiieciuiioii 01 inu loyalty or
I thu Compan'H employees. In uli de-
partinenls. lo lis Interests. It Is u
1 MMiii-e, of great sallsfuctloii to the uiiin-
iigement lo hnve In our gervlcu a bodv
""I" "' w""' ''lhl-ncu cun bu
' " r ""'"' '-'"I'lojer.
... . J..Jli. ilj EJ
I'm bit u f0f upsiu.-l
Irnvval MkUriMta. irrllAlloni ur ulctralloiu
ItHlfum ChisiciiCo."' "",u iwnlirun.
rflllllrkl, kb4 not KllrlU.
Slll cr MlMllOila,
NuM kj RrvcBfcU.
Cluuisr nm 011 rail.
T. " s. t. M
.'c. . v
Sunday, January 27.
Htiur. W. (1. If nil, Thompson, from
Kniuil isirts, 2:31 n. in.
Rtmr. K All Hon, Tulletl,
Kairnl ports, 3 a. in.
Slinr. lwalanl, Plltz, from Molokal
ports, ft n. in,
Slinr. Noeau, 1'ederson, from llawail
lorts, o a. m,
U. H. It. C. Manning, .loynes, from
icllef emits.-, i:3i) p. m.
Monday. January 28.
Hrhr. I.ukii, .Mold, In tow of tug In-
Mroplil, from Wnlmamilo, In dlstreM,
1 1;'"' ". m
Sunday, January 27.
Slmr. Jns. .Makee. Welsbnrth, for
llllo, 7 a. m.
O. S. S. Ventura, llaywnrd, for th
t.'olonles, 12:3!, n. m.
Jap. S. S. Anierlcu Morn, doing, for
Sun Kninclsco, may sail at night.
Slinr. l.lkellke, Nnopala, for llama
kua iwrts, r, p. m.
Jnp. S. S. Aniericn Mam, tlolnc, from
the Orient, In afternoon.
ARCHER CHARGED 1
(Continued from Page 1)
should Imvu collected from Wing Hop
for thu rent of certain promises be
longing to thu estate. The amount In
vol ved Is $70.
Thu Judge's attention Is called to
thu fact thnt although l-Ynnk K. Archer
iliinlllled to net as guardian on Kcbru
n ry S, 1001, hu failed to fllo any no
counts prior lo the one now under con.
clderntioii, mul has thus violated one
of the conditions of his bond.
Thu master's report concludes with
llio following charges and recommen
dations; "It appears to thu master that the
guardian, Frank K. Archer, has been
negligent In his duties us such guard
la ii :
First, by not filing his accounts an
nually; second, by having collected
only tho sum' of $S0 or thu amount due
the estnto ($303) from John Pae, tho
former gunrdlnn; third, by not collect
ing tho rents from Wing Hop for the
period of seven months.
"I would therefore recommend that
thu guardian bo allowed tho sum of
$S0 as his commissions for tho period
of his Incumbency as such guardian.
This would undoubtedly servo as a les
son lo other guardians who are negli
gent In the discharge of their' duties."
Following are the Items recommend
ed by the master to bo surcharged to
Frank K. Archer, guardian:
Amount due the estate on January
20, 1901, from John Pae, the former
guardian, $2G3; overcharge of commis
sions, $10.02; guardian's commissions
(until guardian files voucher), $115.87;
rents uncollected tor seven months,
$70; iwnulty, Honolulu Water Works,
$1; total, $I40.8!.
R. T. WILL ANTICIPATE
(Continued trom Pago 1)
meeting until February 1C and to have
the reports printed nnd distributed to
the stockholders before thut date.
These were to Include the featuro lec
ommeuded by Castle.
Thu otticerH ror the past year were
re-elected for thu ensiun?, )e;ir, Willi
thu exception of Secretary Ceil. P.
Thlclcn, who is 011 tho inaliihind. Win.
Williamson was elected to tnku his
On motion by (,'astli It win decided
to Instruct the company's attorney to
apply for an umeniluwiit or the charter,
whereby thu auditor would not iiu-.e-sarlly
bo u member of tlia Hoard ol
Directors. Castle suld thnt similar
steps were being tako1. by sevei.il oili
er corporations. He win of the opinion
thut It wus only fair to the stockhold
ers to arrange matter this vuy, ns the
uudl.oi wus the only check they had
on the Ilo.ircl. Tills wits curried
PIIANAIA Mrs. Fannie Malulanl Plla
mila. Jan. 28, 1907, ut Honolulu. Fun
eral tomorrow ut 2:' 30 Ji. in.
Mrs. Fannie Knlulanl I'llanala. 111?
wife of St, C. I'llanala, died this morn
lug from consumption, ufter an Ill11c.11
of over six months. She leaves four
children, all young, and nmny friends
unci relatives. Thu funeral will tako
jiluce tomorrow at 2:30 . in. from
lownsenirs undertaking parlors.
Here now In MEN'8 STYLISH 8UIT8.
The winter line of Woolen Goods In
cludes all tht best patterns and col
orlngi. You. are Invited to coma In
and t them. ..
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King 8t ,
PHONE ILUE 2)4), ; p, O. Box 8M
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