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Leshl Chapter No. 2, O. E. 8,
Psclflc Third Dtgrte.
HwIIm Consistory Regular.
Hawaiian Chapter Regular
S p. m.
Perfection- Special T. 30 p.m.
All visiting members of ths
order are cordially Invited to it
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODQE, No. t, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday erasing at 7:10
In I. O. O. ITHall, Fort strwt.
K. II. HENDRY. Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON. N. O.
All visiting brothers Tory cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday eventne nt
7:30 o'clock In K of 1. Hull. cor.
Fort ami Ilcrctanla. Visiting broth
er cordially Invited to attend.
A. 8. WEIlDKIt. C. C.
F. WALDIION, K. R. 3.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meet every Friday evening at
K. of I. Halt, cor. Fort and Here
tanla, at 7:30. Member of Mystic
Kodgo No. 2, Win. McKlnluy Lodge
No. S, and visiting brothors cordial
R. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K. XL S.
HONOLULU LODQE (II, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 61C, 11. P. O. E.,
will meet in their hall on King noir
Curt straet orcry Friday evening.
Uy order of the K. It.
11A11HY 1L 8IMPSON,
H. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. .K.ifP.
Meet every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Iloretanla. VIsltliiR broth
ers cordially invited to nttend.
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. Z.
Meets on ths 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
'clock In K. of P. Hall, King street.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
I,. K. TOOMBY. President.
H. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. It M.
Mets every second nnd fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
E. V. TODD. Sarhem.
A. B. MURPHY. U. of it
CIAMIEN COUNCIL No. G63, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nselay of each month at San Antonio
Hall. VlBltlng brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEHD, Pres.
B. V. TODD, Secy.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to de
it by cutting down running
We ctn show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
both your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
nd that Is provided by ths famoui
and most equitable Laws of Missa
ehusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Blank books of all aorta, ledgeu
etc.. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
- -- -
King and Bethel Sts.
Evaporation Of Milk
The successful evaporation of
milk and cream requires that the
milk be produced under the beat
hygienic conditions and from the
purest and most wholesome food.
Is the product of
healthy Pacific Coact
cows, fed on selected
pasturage and rations,
and milked In cleanly
get a rich, pure milk,
which Is immediately
Every can Is unl
form, and you can al
ways depend upon Its
ill milking bread, If you use Carnation
Cream Instead nf water. Hie bread will
p in a richer flavor and hl;sLcr until
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
T nc wonderful
wearing quality of
tnis paint and its
beautiful finish are
unequaled. .It Is
made of pure white
lead, white zinc, and
177 S. KING ST.
Preserves, Sweet Pickled Peaches
and Pears and Brandled Cherries and
TRY SOME TODAY.
Henry May & Co,, Ltd,,
Retail 22 Phones 92 Wholesale
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: ij ::
Phone MAIN J 47
I LOCAL ANIMENERAL
fiHMf m "
I .'. A f Hf ft it 'V ' 1) $
'. The Session Laws of the
present Legislature are, by
t' v contract with the govern-
- mtnt, printed In the Even
' Ing Bulletin on the day
i' they are signed by the
1 Oovernor. Act t was print-
.' ed Feb. 27. A 3 months'
1- t subscription costing '
iV will secure all the Acts as
they are pasted,
)) ff tt H H it
Panama hat cleaned at the Olobe.
lint cup of coffeo in the city. New
Hume Journnl pallerns fur Mnrcli at
Whitney & Marsh s
A black horns is held nt the Mnklkl
Pound. Owner jilease call.
II. II. Ilcnton was among tlio Kl
iiiiii p:uxciiRora from llllo.
(I. W. 1'nty returned from n trip to
llnwnll on the Klnnii today.
Ktery Holou shoulit rend Ills tonst
In tin- Hit tiilt-r iiihcrllnoincnt.
Mrs. Kcnriis' llanallnn iirraorvea and
chutney racked and shlfijied by evory
Etfiiuier. uruvr n ran-.
It. Ilnllt-ntync of the Itiiplil Trnnslt
Co arrived this morning from lln
wnll on the Klnnii.
A 6000-mile vacation trip of six
weeks. Bead nd. on page 7 of the
Cajilnlti Otwi'll of thw 1 . S. Army
liiRlneorH wim n i.issciiKr on the Kl
t.nu. arriving IIiIh inortilng.
lllils for filrnUhliiK llo for the- Kc
lawno nnd Knlaupnpa "liter works at
the lepert- settlement are ndvertlred
for In tlilH IsHiin.
The Kc An Hon, arriving tliln imirii
Ini;, liroimht the fiillowliiR freight trom
Kuiinl- 3000 liacK of HiiKiir, 195 ban of
rice, 2! packngeH of Kliudrles.
Telephone to iih nnd an automobile
will come right to your door. The
von llnnnn-YouiiK Co., Ltd., have ex
cellent iiuIiih for rent.
If you wiwit undcrweiir In linn
r,ualll!cn of Muslin, Cnmlirlc and
N'aliiHook ut the lowent iirken, come
to tlio rale nt lllom'x tills week.
All persons between the ages of
twenty and sixty years, unless exempt
ed by law, are liable for Personal
Taxes (Poll, Road and School), and
are hereby notified that the same will
become delinquent on the 31st In
stant. Xo exiieiiKe Ih Hpared In making
llildvrclscr the mot ilellcioiiH its well
iib the moat wholesome beer. II.
llnclffold & Co., Ltd., Wholcsalo 1)U
trlbutorx. I'lirsei- llcckley of the Klnnii re
ports tlio following Hiigar on liaml
on Hawaii: Olan, 20,100; Wnlakcn.
ll.aOO; Hawaii Mill. ll.nOO; Wal
naku, L'L'.OOO; Onome.i, 11,700; Pc
liceJtco, ir,000; Honnmii, 22.000; Ha
kalau, ir,,r,00; liiipalioehoc, 21,000;
OoknJa, ROOO; Knknlaii, 10,500; Ha
liinkua, 1. 1,00(1; Pnaulmu, 20,00; Ho
iiokiin, IS, 000; Kukiilhnolo, 3700;
I'linnluu, 228.1; llonuapo, 310.
To avoid any Inconvenience, tax
payers are kindly requested to call at
the Tax Office on or before the 31st
day of March and pay their personal
The Biiit of C. .1. McCarthy iiKiilnut
tlio O.iliu Itailwiiy & Land Co. for
$10,000 (luningex for IiIm ejectment
f i om a train over two ycara ugo came
to an end in Judge Do Holt'x court
enterday. Tlio Jury, after deliber
ating! for half an hour, returned a
verdict for the defendant, .ludge
dear, couiixel for (lie plaintiff, noted
exceptions oi))l gaA'fi notice of a mo
tion for a now trial.
Tlio Kpwnrth League, Chapter, No.
1K193, of the First .Methodist Kplsco
pal Church with their invited guests
fioni other Young Peonies' Societies,
will cclcbiiito the htrthdny of Mlsx
Kanny .1. Crosby, tlio blind hymn
composer, tomorrow evening at 0:30
In the Methodist Church. A brief
history of Jllsa Crosby's llfo will ho
lead by Mlsx Florence 'Yarrow of C.
V. Church nnd hymns composed by
this noted poetess will lie sung in miv-
eial different languages. The public
It cordially invited.
A decision has Just been handed
down by the Huprcmu Court of Iowa
that will strike terror In tlio hearts
of physicians guilty of criminal oper
ations. A physician by name of Crof
ford was convicted of murder In the
fcrcond degree for causing tlio death
of Mamie, Stone, a Decatur girl, ut
his sanitarium In January, 1901. Not
withstanding tlio fact that Ira Ham
mond, tlio young man Involved, was
acquitted, the doctor will have to
serve his sentence. Letters written
by tlio young woman boforo tlio oper
ation which showed that she was u
party to the conspiracy did not affect
the opinion handed down by the Su
premo Justice. Tlio doctor's sentence
is 25 years' imprisonment.
The way that freight U ixmrliiK Into
the Inter-Island wharves for shipment
to tlio other Inlands seems to ho a
tlpu of iPiiowcd prosperity In llouoli1
In. livery ytiamer lea vine hero for
the other islands Is filled with freight
to her full rapacity and In omn t-a&eti
llieip has l I'll such a rush of business
Unit It has lu'i'ii necessary to put on an
extra limit Vlicn Iho Olaiidliio hit
last nli'.lil for Hawaii mill .Maul ports
this una the rase Tint ficlKliI ujlllni;
heie to ho moved uus so heavy that
lli Maul was sent out, carryliiK gener
al murcliuudibo (or Kuliului uud 1'uau
Iiau, L Ak.titf,
lms always, been one of our chief
alms. LowWing the price by lower
Intr the quality, and substituting, is
:,ot our policy. The cut in quality is
tlwavs meater than the cut in Dricc.
,and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
I mere s mental sausiacnon ior you
I in high quality of our goods.
A. N, SANFQRD,
BOSTON BUILDINO, FORT STREET
I Over May & Co.
HAWAIIAN CURIOS AND JEWELRY
Quality Is My Watchward
"nd H. C. ls
my trademark, which stands for the Jiighest standard of souvenirs,
produced in Honolulu.
Sec the many new designs in Hawaiian enameled souvenir
jewelry, which lead all others in 0RWINALITY, WORKMAN
SHIP AND QUALITY.
H. Culman, " hk Fort St.
Your visit will not be complete unless you try a Hawaiian Cigar.
This cigar is made of one-half Hawaiian and the other half Ha
vana tobacco. This combination makes a cigar equal if not superior to
nny high-grade clear Havana cigar vu the market. Can be had of
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS, OR THE MYRTLE CIOAR STORE.
Easter Egg Dyes
PLEASURE FOR THE CHILDREN.
When you get them a package of dyes for their Easter Eggs.
' We Have
All the latest assortments, every ono of them new and fresh.
Buster Brown Dyes
Buster Brown Transfers
White Rabbit Paper Transfers
Fleck's Paper Dyes
Each package contains from eight to twenty-four varieties of nov
el designs for the decoration of the Easter Eggs. You get one pack
age for a nlckle that will give your boy a dollar's worth of fun.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Ah there hax brcu an unusually nif.it
di'iuiiiid fur the lust shipment of Itulii
ler Iloc-k llci-r (Tli Hock that liaa
i nuver, and will never, ho oxicllod on
this market) we find ourselves aluirt
On April the 1st, wo will rceclvo a
lart;o now shipment of this "Spring
Tonic" that will euahlfl uso to tal.u
tare of "Ail Comer:;." Huliilcr Uuttlluu
(Continued from Pane 1)
incut of county employees, riuno up for
eecond railiiK out action was Iu
lerred for u week.
House U1I1 Gl, relating lo tlio up
IHJiutmeiit and pay of county appoin
tive ollleers; and Senate Dill 73, KlvliiK
the counties power to exer.elso tlio pow
er nt eminent domain, both passed sec
Tieusnrer Campbell wrolo misweiing
qui-stlons relating lo assessnieuts of
The Judiciary Committee reported
on House 13 1 11 TS, legitimatizing dill
dien in ccitaiu cuse-s, recouiuieiidliiK
that it bo tabled. Adopted.
Mukohuit introduced a bill lelatliirf
to trusts and especially to business of
An adjournment was taken until
i'lirser Geo. II. Kiittnianu or Iho Ku
An Hun ii'piii'is ilui followlm; sugar nil
hand on Kauai: K. H. M., VSO; .M. A.
K , I.V.UU; U. & II., 7013, Melt., 20,008;
K. V., 0IW); IC. V Co., 3500; JI H Co.,
. !., 1001; H. il.. 29,201; 0. I'., 13,750.
MiivmukMU.,,, ..UtWasW. .jl X -k.fft
The history, literature
and Influence of the dra.
ma Is charmingly discuss
ed In this 20 volume edi
tion. The edition is half
red Morocco, and Is splen
didly Illustrated. It Is
sold on easy payments, ev
ery purchaser receiving
five beautiful portfolios of
"The Worlds Fifty Great
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
thilleUn cHvet a comolete summary f
Itlir nrwa ol the day.
(Continued from Page 1)
havo hail under consideration Ilouso
Hill .No. ill, entitled "An Act to
amend sections 17 mid 02 of Act 39
of tlio Session Ijiwh of 1900, creating
Counties within tlio Territory of IIu
wall and lirovlillng for tlio govern
ment thereof mid roport na followa:
Section 17 of tlio County Act pro
vides that "any person shall bo ell
Klblo to fill any clcctlvo offlco created
by tlio provisions of this Act who
shall bo u citizen of tlio United States
of America and of tlio Territory of
Section 1 of tlio bill under consld
era t Ion amends section 17 by making
tlio conditions of eligibility apply to
appointive ofllcca as well as to elect
ive offices, and wo approve of tlio
Section 2 of the bill proposes to
nmend section 02 of said Act. Sec
tion 02 defines tlio specific powers of
the Hoard of Supervisors and gives
them the power among other powers
"to fix tlio salaries of all County ofll
eers, not herein otherwise provided
for." Section 2 of tlio bill proposes
to uli to tills provision tlio follow
Ing: "said salaries shall not ho In ex
cess of llioso of tlio elective; officers
other than tlio Supervisors."
Wo do not approve of tills amend
ment and therefore recoiiiuieiid that
Hill lil be iiuiendeil hy Htrllillii; out
rectlou 2 thereof, and with this
amendment recommend tlio passagu
of tlio bill.
(Continued from fo 1.)
lnml ttl DIM. Mannv
Irate, lion ....
I DM. Mag.. U'HlaiMP.f o
I DM. Mag.. Vlalna. Ml
I Dili. Mng, Kuolfltc
Iim $ 40
llhM. Mag., KiKilau-
Kroml Clmill: 4
I l)ep. Clerk i 90
I DIM. Mag.. Uhnlnn.S tin
I Dirt. Mug.. Makawno.f 00
I l)lt. Mag., liana ...$ 40
I Dial. Mag.. Knlatipa- .
I Dep. Clerk $ 70
I Dial. Mag.. N. Kiinn.l 00
I DIM. .Mag.. Kau . .. 00
I Dep. Clerk $100
1 Aast. clerk $ 70
I Dirt. Mag., Illlo ...$100
I I)ep. Clerk $ 70
I l)IM5!aR.. Koloa ..$ 00
I -DIM. Mag., llnnalel.t 40
Attorney (lencral'a Dcpt.
I 1st deputy . .......$220
I -Clerk $100
-Messenger $ 40
1) -Secretary $100
I) Asst. clerk $170
I School Agents. ..$4300 to $0000
St Truant ollleers $4 800
IJ Supt. Itcf. School ..$100 $120
St Iteglstrar. (leu. ...$120 nnd In
sert Health and San. Officer
I Office clerks ....$3000 to $0240
I San. olllcer $120 $100
I) Milk I lisp $125
liifert Meat lusp
Insert Food. Comsnr. . .
Insert Health Olflrcr, Ill
I -Auditor $200 $300
I Dep. Auditor $170 $200
Ilesldcx these amendments the
wording of several Ileum was chang
ed. It also recommended tlio addi
tion nf tlie following sections:
Section 2. Tlio Auditor shall not
diaw a warrant in payment of any
of (ho objects named In this Act, ex
cept as herein provided, and tlio un
authorized expenditure of any money
fiom tlio Treasury to bo licrenfler
accounted for to the Legislature by
Indemnity Hill, Is licrnhy expressly
Section 3. No officer or other em
ployee nf the Territory holding inoro
than ono olllce or employment shall
ho authorized to draw more than tlio
salary of tlio highest grade of tlio of
tlcn or employment hold by him, pro
vided tlio aggregate salaries to any
one person bIiiiII not exceed ono hun
dred dollars per month; nnd ho shall
In! entitled to no other or further
Section I. It shall bo lawful for
tlio Treasurer to continue to mako
iiavincnts In accordance with annro-
prlatlonH authorized hy this Act, tin'
til tlio thirtieth day of June, 1909;
provided, that the Auditor shall not
draw u warrant for any sum on ac
count of any hill for salaries or pay
lolls in tills Act In excess of tlio duo
proportion of the amount appropil.it
ed for such item for the tlmo elapsed.
First Methodist Kplscopal Church,
located i"orner lleretanla aveniio and
Miller street; John W. Wadmnn, pas
tor. Services tomorrow as follows:
9:10 a. in., Sunday school and lllblo
classes; 11 a, m., public worslili;
Itcv. J. I.. Hopw'ood. pastor of lllsh
op Memorial Chapel, Kaincluimchn,
will preach; subject, "I Am tlio
Truth." rono p. m Kpworth I.eaguo
for Young l'eoplo and their friends.
Tlio anniversary of Fanny J, Crosloy
will ho observed. 7:30 p. in., public
worship; Iho pastor, John W. Wad
man, preaches; subject, "A Sermon
with Thrco Toxts," Tlio public Is
FURNISHING PIFE FOR KALAWAO
AND KALAUPAPA WATER
WORKS AT LEPER SETTLE
MENT, M0L0KAI. T. H.
Proposals will be received nt the
office of the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12
('cloclc in. of April 13th, 1907, for
furnishing Cast Iron I'lpo nud Fit
tings for tlio Kalawao and Kalaupa
pa Water Works at the Leper Settle
ment, Moloknl, T. H.
Specifications and blank forma of
proposal may bo obtained at tlio of
flco of tho Asst. Supt. of Public
Works, for which u deposit of $5,00
Is required, which sum will bo re
funded Intending bidders, ufter thoy
have returned the specifications.
Proposals will not bo accepted un
less submitted on tlio blank forms
furnished, enclosed-with a certified
bank check for Four Hundred C$400.
00) Dollars, in a sculed envelope, en
dorsed "Proposal for Fiirnlahlnfr Cast
Iron Plpo uud Fittings for Kalawao
and Kuluupapa Water WorkB" and
delivered previous to 12 o'clock in,
of tho day specified at tlio ofllco nf
tho Superintendent of Publlu Works,
who reserves the right to inject nny
or all bids,
(!. H, IIOI.I.OWAY,
Superiiilnuilfiit nf Public Works.
Department nf Public Works,
Honolulu, March 23, 1907,
srinritftousiYiii , MIHte ttvLfafa
Mlit. Mutrti If!
llllo. llnwnll, AlRrrh II. MatMin
K. H. Iliiliif1ni, ViHiHRteti. fioiH Hon
I rwMilMHi, al ilayhrnak.
Hilar. Klmtu, IVcrmmi. hum IHhi
rnd llnwnll Hirta, lo a. in
liaturday, Mnrrti M
Htinr. Ke Au llnu, Tullett, horn
Kauai polls, 1(30 n. in.
Friday, Manli 22.
Kttnr. Clniidlne, I'arkrr, for Maul and
llnwnll polls. 0 p. in.
rilinr. Maul, Ileiinelt, for Knliiilul mid
Pnaiihaii, 0 . in.
Hchr. Mol Walilpc, for llonolpu, (i
SI m r. W. (1. Halt, S. Thompson, from
Kauai Kirts, eaily In morning.
Sliur. Iwnlanl. I'lllr.. from Molukiil,
Maul and Uinal irls, early In morn
ing. 8AILINQ TOMORROW.
A.-H. B. S. Texan, l.)ons, for Ku
liului, 5 ). in.
XlKaiiKIOOtKXX if. Jt K )
.-'' Arrived W
K )! K K K J& IB R n. v i V X 7C
I'erstmr. Klnau, fiom llllo and Ha
waii ports, March 23, 10 a. m. John
Hall, II. Snlffcn, I.. Aknl.a. D. I), tllh
Me, M. K. I'acl.. Cnpt. John rto. II.
i'lirdy. Miss II. A Alex.-ndei. S.
Ileanlmore, I). Conway, It. Ilallen
tyne, Mia. II. Dlckerson, Miss T. Tay
lor, II. (lornian, S. Spltzer. Mrs, I).
K. Knlal, i:. M. Hush, S. I). Ilamp
lon, J. B. Meteair, .1. I C. Ilagens,
Cnpt. C. W. Otwell, (1. W. I'aty, Itcv.
C. W. Kneo, C. Harklns, O. II. Swc
zee, W. (1. Walker, J. I'. Woods, II.
II. ltcnton, Miss Nell II. Cole. Mlsri
N. I". Cole, I". A. Daley, Mrs. F. A.
Daley, Iiuls Marks, Mrs. Uuils
Marks, W. C. llaseltlne, Mra. W. C.
Ilnseltlui-. Miss Abrams, Mrs. H. Ab
lams, Miss K, Way, II. C. Ileeman. K.
Van Xante, S. It. Fujiyama.
ft 9. H K It If K K 3 y ) tf K t K M
It PAB6ENGER8 "
K. Booked K
tf cl II H it Mi it It v, v, u, ( it. ji t; si W
Miss .1. Ijiiidfiird. ('. fl. Willie, .1. A.
Alieong. Itev. I), Scuddcr, A. A. Wlck
etl, C. II. Wells, Mrs. II. Strange,
Thomas Fllzpatrlek, Mrs. W. ! Cris'k-
ett, Miss I Kiiloa, Miss A. Aebolig,
Herman Achong, l Williams, .miss ii.
Hose, Mrs. Wilson, Chin Kee, Maw
Yoiing Kin, Mrs. 1 Keklpl and son, W.
II. Ingle, W. P. Weber. Itev. O. Na
wahlne, K. W. Alii, K. VaniaKUchl, Mis.
Scholtz, Miss Irene Poohua, C. A. Mac
donald, F. Wlttrock.
Per slmr. Claudlne, for Maul. Ha
waii and Uiuni ports, March 22. Miss
Austin. W. D. Uiwell and wife. Miss
J. I). Masscy, Mrs. (leo. McLean, Dr.
J. 8. II. Pratt, II. H. Ilagcdorn, C. II.
O llraiiu, Miss Cuiiiiuings, Miss Wick
ham, D. U Mover, Miss M. Jeremiah,
Auctioneer Stcphcna sold this noon
In front of tho Judiciary building, for
John Mareallino, commissioner, sov
eral hundred shares of sugar -111111
plantation stock and a largo amount
of land, tho latter belonging to W. C.
Aclil. Tho sale was on forcclosmo
Thrco hundred and flfty-flvo share
of Ookala Sugar Plantation sloelc
brought a price of $8.70 n sliaro. Har
ry Armltagu bought 00 shares and
Paul Mulilcndurf tlio rest.
Fifty shares of South Konn Agri
cultural Co. sold atfi centa and 203.
Eharcs of Hawaii Land Co. nt 1 cent,
both lots being bought by Muhlon
tlorf. Throo parcels of land rontnlnlnpj
1,000 acres, 1,100 acres and 320
acres, were sold to Miihlondorf. for
tlio 8. C. Allen Trust Kstntc. at a
prlco of $1 an aero. A largo parrel,
consisting of 4,100 acres, went to tho
Hinie. purchaser for $11,000.
Tho salo of tho F.dwln Fernandez
property was postponed for alx
months on order of tho Court.
Tlio first of tho noonday scirvlces
for men at the Y. M. C. A. .will bo
hold on Monday from 12:05 to 12:20.
Tho address will ho mado by the Itcv.
K. II. Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. llasclllno wero
among the arrivals on tho Klnau thin
Why -not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit?
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as wc are of
our reputation, you are sure to tc
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Aliana & Co.,
82 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O, Box 981,
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