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fgP ' - oMitfaiff.y'gL,giiBf5nwczuiijjiiiiwiiii in
MSONIC TEMPLE i
Pacific Third Dflree.
v- Hawaiian First Degree.
if Rose Croix-Election 7 10
Leahl Chapter Special.
All VTiltlng iiiiniii f the
order nro eordlalh Invlt, il to ut
tllllll llHOtlllgH of IikuI IimIk k
IHARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
K Meett every Monday evening it 7:10
n I O O r. Hill, Fort street,
Ii 11. HHNDltY. Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON. N
All visiting brothers very cordially
'MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday ovpnlng nt
7530 o'clock in K. of I' Hull, cor
U-'ort nnd llcretatila Visiting lrot li
ters cordially Invited to attend
a. s. vi:uui:tt. c c
V. WALDHON. K It S
OAHU LODCC, No. I, K. of P.
,Mects every 1'rlda) (toning nt
j"K. .of 1". JIall, cor. Tort nud llere
Jtan'ln, nt 7:30. Members of Mstlc
Lodge No 2, Win. Mi Klnley Lodgo
No. S, nnd visiting lirotliurH cordial
k. cioslinci, c c
a. s. runway, k. it s.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. O. C.
H6nolulu Lodgo No GIG. H P O C
rill meet in their linll on Klnc nev
ort street every Friday evenlns.
v By order of tlio r. 11.
HARRY II. SIMPSON,
.11. E. MURRAY, Clt.
IWm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P,
HMoots ovcry Saturdny evening nt
,7:30 o'clock in K. of 1" Hall, cor
'.Fort nnd Ilorctnnlp Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to nttend.
K I.. II. WOI.F, C. C.
i;. a. jauuusua, n. it q.
HONOLULU AEniE 140, F. O. E.
Lefii on the 2nd and 4tn WKDNHS
Y evenings of each month at 7:30
ftlock In K. of P. Hall, Kins Jtrel
liUttlni r.arl( are iDTltod tr ai
I I. H. TOOMF.Y, President
H. T. MOOItC, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
fiMeots eery first nnd tlilid Tliurn
?tlay of each month In K of I' Il.ll
iVIsltlMK brothers cordially liiviim
E V 101)1). Siirlii-iii
A E MUHPIH C ol II
1DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
.Meets avery second and fourth Wed-
Inesttay of each month at San Amoulo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially tn
ttted to attend
F. W. .WnnD, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.'
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of' busi-
ncss as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
both your gross sale: and
percentage of profit. Call
fjHawalian Office Specialty Co.
The Expert Dentists
'MODERN HfGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
. Office hours Week dayi, till 5 p m.;
E? Sundays by appointment.
b, I-. u. rtnuuouiii u u o., ividiidycr.
fcjHQTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
MECHANICAL SHOE SHOP.
Shoes Made to Fit Any Deformity.
18 HOTEL, betw. NUUANU and
Blank books of all hoi ts, led m,
etc. maniifactmoil by tho Ilullolln Pub
i lulling Company.
Kf sn-"For Rent" cards on sale at
' the Bulletin office.
"Belle of Jefferson."
bottled in bond under super
vision of tlit U S GOVERN
MENT The purest whisky
obtainable Insist that your
dealer supplies it or call "p
ivinp and B.tlicl Sts.
MAY WE 1)0 YOURS I
Wc nic sure you will be
satisfied with our work, When
jou do not nave tunc to do w
this ucrk youuclt and ate in
n great hurry to have it done
at once, let us hcln vou out
" Cverylhnio Photographic
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
' The most attractive designs
in all sizes are represented in
To close out certain styles
wc arc offering them at great
ly reduced prices.
177 S. KING ST.
One Trial Will
Fully Explain Why
Older from us today some
After you have tasted the
first loaf of bread, you will un
derstand why this flour is call
When you make some pas
try, that, too, will be "BEST".
HENRY HAY SCO, Ltd,
some Hawaiian Records for your
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
And we have a choice lot.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Building,
&- Fine Job Printing at the Bu.
LOCAL ANI OliNKRAL
BULLETIN WANT ADS, pay be.
mm; the people who want thingi
Panama hats denned nt the Olobe.
IVter'n Mwwwnxer Senior Main Ml
Ilt enp of coffee In the city. New
1'htrMl l"nrad. lnmi1lM of the lVi-
riftr, IS rlK, nt all tieniwitiinda I
J!tt In -fine ammrtmi'iit National !
Dimmit fo'a irnikfni Day Co .
Krtilnuitci t fliitil ITS nnd coti
. ala,itii, f.iv aaIIIm.. II...... .. ..I.n... .'
iWutlt wlili a i:adl) wen i on la the
charge iigalimt lu JupiuiojJ iiricntrd
lio Cntliollr Uidlm Aid K.irlctj in III
niMt In tlii' louwiil nt 3 i in mi l'rl
tlm. April r,
Inli.t jour tarrlaRo or niitmnobllo to
I law allim Corrljge .Miiufg l'o, for up-Ui-datd
r pairs. "
On Prldnx, April B, Alainuln ilnncp
iniiili dnrlni; illtuitr hour ni tho ltunl
Mr1 Kcnrns' lliiwnllan preserves and
i-hutncy parki'd nml shipped lij torj
itcniuer Order a case.
Dip t'.ilholle l.adlt'3 Aid SocldJ will
nut nt the Catluilli C'cituent lonior-j
row ifipnioon at .1 o'dock
I Iiip jirlulliiK nnd looliiIiiK In done
In be llutiuliilii I'liolo-Siipp! Com-
p.in i:enthlUK PhotoKraphle '
Thp Arab Patrol In beliiK drllleil Into
pel 1k Hun iivminllled li Uol. .IoIiiikoii
I'liet f.o l 1't Aui'vles next niiinth
Indue Whitney lniKmed ft flno of IS
and iostH on lidv 1'jnh.io jeKlvnho
Uid I'nahao had a terrlblo I III rut for
Don't furfect thu I'ahiina Pair' It In
lor ii worth) eaiiKo niul the ndinlRHloii
Ib (inU 10 rintH Pali will opill at J
P in .S.mird.n
Ncur liefiite In thlH (lt lina xueh il
i;einlld dlKpla of . uihiolderiiH been
nt ii as lli.it at Uloin'H llila week And
llu prl.i rt nre fell III iij;
Treat jour iron roof it u coat of
arable" Then! Is no better preset v
atUo made. California Peed Co
agmts .lililM' Willi IK) iiilislKlied Pxtlier
Kulill.ihll.i lo the tare ami prolutlon
.I the lterorm Hchool islerdu for u
oiiple of eain
Hawaiian Tribe. Order of lied Men,
nic in thlH nrtiiliiK with woik in Wiir
ilom ibhrtc Alt-n mix I me re
niKKUil to nttcud
It i(it.t Jim .Slew aid J! mil (oelH lo
fade mwi) fioni llu ll of thu iIIh
irld court inaghlnile jiMteiita). Jim
wim Just plain drunk '
Walklkl Inn lit now ouied by W. C.
llorRln Aeconunoilatlonii, MippllcH
, lid i.tti ndniico nli"ilulcly first cIjkh.
PInoat luthlni; on tho beach
'I ho Anti-Saloon Iami;iip .lll hold
Ha utiiiii.il imitliiK tonlRht In the
M C A ball at 7 30. A ilellKhtfiil
li oki .mi Iijh been arranged for tho en
tertnlnlni; of nil wlio atlend
llev mid Mih. U8bournii did not get
nwu li tho Moaiu No Killlable lie
roniniodatloiii wile to bo had. They
will run.ilu ut their Diamond Iliad
rp'ldemo until next btealucr.
Tluro In n nason wli5 nioio than
300,00(1 people ure toda) iiVIiib tho
Riilllh Premier tMiewrller One of It i
man) nd9atitai;iH la the aiilouintle rib
lion runlefier, a trl-eolor ribbon lull) bo
iimiI Hawaiian NewH Co
The lliinnlei, Knual, ielilenlH mo
unxloiisl) watehhiK the Honolulu pa
eiH to yie )ien thu legUl.itorH mo
fioliiK l nppropil,itetliu nione) for
the uliaif, mi inn. Ii ueedeil
Tho Terrltorj Slnhles Co. nro again
nt IniiitnesH nt their old tlanil with n
now ninnagor Tho bent of llery on
hand and furnished upon tdiort no
tice Thu care nnd boarding of borne
glial unteed to bo tho best and satisfac
I'jion tho retiring of Col Super fioni
tho olllee of Adjutant (lencral of the
N (1 ,11 , ho wiih loniiulsitloncd u brig
adier general, b orders of President
IlooKoMlt 'I ho Provisional Oo em
inent inblnet iiicseiilcil lilm with a
Anordlng to prevloim iirmngemenlst
Col Chariot Zlegler has rcslgucil thu
(.oniinnud of the N O II . to wlikh li-)
was elected last Prldaj night Another
elect Ion will be held on tho 1G, at
which l.leut Col JohiiKon will bo
elcMcd to till tho vacant).
A, llrodle, the Keknhn ihemlst, ex
leitn tn tuko u tlip to his old homo
in' Quebec in June Ho does not In
tend lo stay long howocr, but hopes
to liiduin his father, and mother to
Mtoiupnn) him hack to tho Islands.
Judge Ilofganrd Is being biokon lu
lu tho mHteileK of plantation book
keeping oci nt Kokaha. Mr. lllliio
Ik going on u fhe months' vntiition
within n shoit time, and tho Judgo Is
(;nlng lo act as his uiibstltulii during
the tlmo lio Is absent (laiden Isl-
Smelarj Wood for tho 1'iomollon1
Coiiiiultlie. President Smith, foi thu
'Meuliiints' AHKOil.itlun mid Secictary
Atklnwiu mo deep In tint piolilem nf
how to eiiteilnlu tho expiclul Con-
greBhineii Sicieturj Atkliibon bin
had u talk with tlio Intei-lslnud steum
ship people mid lejioits that tho Irmiii-
poitiitlou piolilem urn bo wolkid oul
Thoio were ga tuiies nt Mukawoll
last Sntiirikiy Tho Ikijh gnvo it furo
well danco to Ml and Mis. Jns. Hy
mn, who uro going to leave for San
I I.UUISCO on 'liiisciii. Mi. iJ)M)ii is
die or tno oldest in eiupiojies in am-
. . . .. , . i . I
kawell, that Is to sa), not by age, be
cans') ho keeps perpetually jonng,
but ho hat) been with the plnntutlon
mail) fioni the beginning That tho
in in igenicnt of tho lorpoiatlon has
I ecu iiitlbllcd with him and his woilc
Is evident from tho fact that ho has
Leon kept at tho head of tho carpen
tei deputment for so many yeaic,
nnd tlio ovation ho got last Saturday
ppiukH for tho popularity ho enjoys
among his fellow employees, llu unci
Mis Djsou have tho hcHt wishes for
u happy nnd prosperous life In tho
mi tiopolls of tho Pnclllu Coast. Unt
HONdt.ttl.il. t II TlinUMMY. Aj'fill. I. IWt
nas niwnjs been one or our cnici
aims. Lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting, it
not our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR JEWELRY
All other jewelers have attested the superiority of my
products by that best of all Indorsements Imitation.
Buy the originals, stamped H. C. which Incorporate a
standard of workmanship that has not been Imitated.
H. CuIlTian, 1064 Fort St.
FINE HAWAIIAN CUMOS AND JEWELRY.
DETWEILER GIVES SLIP
Ilatlli' Click, Mich, April 3 A. K. b'lsons who nro not citizens.
Dclwellei of the Home Telephone Mini- The Judiciary Committee also re
pan f San Pruliclsco, wnuted for' purled on Senate Hill 13, relating lo
brlbei. of supervisor!., wiih loriiUxliKtiung, s follows:
nero (.ieicia mil no esupeii u lew
luliiitcH Ufoio tho dcUcllves arrhed
MRS. BAKER EDDY
Concord, N H , April 3. Mrs Mar
ll.iker (3 i:dd, the founder of Chris
linn Sclcine, lut3 nppolutcd time trus
tees lo tuko chaw of mid nuiungc ncr
KINO ALFONSO MAKES
PREPARATIONS TOR HEIR
k Madrid, Apt II 3 King Alfonso has
hlgned a dec ne oidvrlug plcpailitlonu
for the formal pieteillatlon of thu heir
lo tlio tnrol'.e us uoou us burn.
St Petersburg April 3. The cablml
has I ejected the propcials of un Amur
lean HMiillcnle to tunnel llerlug Htialt
TWO MORE STRIKES
Sail PuueUco. April 3. Pho him-
drid men, niguged in work on (he
Pnlrmouut Hotel, liae uono on n
.onjon, April 3 Koiiitecn hundred
teamsters lmo gouo on a strike.
REBELS HANG CHILDREN
San Salvador, April ? It Is u port
ed mat tlio rovoiuttonihts nuvo hungcu
the ehlldieii of General C.ircnmo, tin
lloudiiran commander ut Teguclgalpj.
MORE EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE
Illtlls, April 3.'!heio huvo been
mora earthqiiakn casualties here. Many
houses vveie dcfliuji'1!.
TO CURE ANY DISEASE.
The Cause MustBe Removed, Same
Way With Dandruff.
Kill the germ that muses dandruff,
fulling hall ami, baldness, ou will
huvo no morn dntidiiifr. unci viiur hair
must glow luxurjailtl). Nenliio'ii
Hetpieldo not nnlyVontulus thu dan-
drulT geun destiovcr. but It Is nlso a
j imibt dcllghlful hull diesslug for reg
ular toilet use No other hair propiti
ation Is on IliM bilentldo basis of tie
bttojlng tlio dandruff germs. It slypi
all lirltatlon, keeps tho hciiIii sweet,
puio and wholosoiuo Itemcmher that
tomethllig clalineil In be "Just as
good," will not do tho work of genu
Iiip Ileiplcldo. Sold by leading drug
,.htB. Send 10c In Vtiinmw foi Biinifdo
' ... .. .
to - iiii Ileiplildo Co, Detnill, Mlih.
Ilolllsler Drug Co, Kpcclul agents.
AITCIISON In tills illy at Queen's
Hospital. April 3, 1907,.j:rmst Altch
Kon. ago 19 jears, a native of lie
land, lain uppiontlio of -the ship
1-oeli naive, from tjlihold-malarla.
Tho funeial fervkes will bo held
under the auspices of tho Seaman's
Institute, Hev i: T Simpson, olll
I'latlng Interim nt In lick View
OllP.KI-At Muknwell, Kminl, Mm 28,
1907, lo thu wife of Norman Uielg,
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ence of the drama is interestingly set
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Alfred Bates of Trinity Colleec.
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The Weekly Edition ef the Evening.
I Bulletin filvee a complete ejummary ef
inr ,irvB ui in, m,,
Continued from Pas 1.)
ly policemen who mo not citizens;
Mid In uirrlng on nclentlllc nnd
other kinds of puifcxslounl work It
Ik also delrablo at tlmea to employ
:i.i:ci ION LAW CIIANGK
Thu hill relates to elections nnd
method of voting. Sections 1- and 2
lirovldo that tho ballot boxes and bal
lots shall bo furnished by tho Secre
tary of tho Territory instead of the
Clerk of tho Count)'; and Section .1
provides that tho Secretary of tho
'territory shall tabulate thu election
lettiniB, which piovlslous wc up
Hut tho provisions of Sections from
4 to 10 Inuluslvu do not meet with
our appioval. The main object .of
these sections is to provldo n now
sstcMii of ballots and voting nnd
while thu plan proposed has features
which are lommeiidnble wo bcllovo
that they will be found to bo more
complicated than tho present system.
And wo therefore recommend Hint
tho bill ho amended by striking put
of tho hill sections 4, H, G, 7, 8, l
mid 10 mid amend tho title so us to
uad "An Act to Amend Sections 37,
38 and 39 or Act 39 or tho Laws of
tho Session ot lf)o!,"
Willi those amendments wo recom
mend tho passage of tho bill.
Tho Public Lands Commlttco re
ported un Houso Joint Resolution No.
2, rolatlng.to n commission consist
ing of two members of the Senate
and three members of the House to
examine) the ownership, etc , of nil
wharves nnd landings, etc., as fol
low: "Wo find thnt tho object of
tho resolution Is to examine the own
ership, condition nml management qt
the wharves and landings, and as
thoy uio revenue-producing property
ol considerable value, wo deem it
vvlso thnt tho object of this resolution
be approved. Your committee thoro
foio iccoiumend tho adoption ot tho
HUI.P IIKi: INDUSTRY v
Tho Lands Coinmltteo also report
ed un Senate I A II 88, In part n's fol
lows: This bill has for Its object tho
granting of tho power to the Hoard
of Agile ultiiiu nnd Poiostry to make
I u lea and regulations, subject to tlio
nppiovnl of tho Governor, concerning
tho Impoitatlou or bees nnd tholr
piisorvntlon, piotecllon and Improve
ment. Tho bco industry In tills Tor-
rltoiy Is pinctlenlly u new one nnd la
of considerable importance and wo
1 ellovo that tho object of this hill In
tho piotoitlon that It grunts to this
Industiy In piuventing the transmis
sion of insect diseases or bees Is ono
that should bo afforded to tho Iricfiis-
tiy. .It iccommended that tho hill ho
inssed with some amendments.
All these leports vvoro tabled to
ho considered with tho bills'.
IIOUS1J 13 ANXIOUS
Makpkuil tncilpil tn linvn thu Pmtn
ty Coinmltteo return Sonata Hill CO.f
providing for public loans for tho
County of Hawaii, to the Seuato.
Iino moved to take up Senate 1)111
42, the Municipal bill.
Tho ..President stated that tho
House was considering adjourning
lor Miiiie cln)H tm in i null) of link of
Mink Up tliprrfutr wauled the Hen
ntr In ro ahead with the Mils whlrli
were liefotp It on third i-fnillnr, rn
that they i mild go to the Home
MtCmlhy Kikp of night sessloni.
D'lwsctt wanted to take up nunc ol
tho bills mentioned by lllihup, ami
this Kim done
I rmici i.Tt'itAt. com.ihii:.
1 Hrtinla Hill K2, providing for the
I appointment of u vice preslilrnl of
tho Hoard of Health; Heiinte HIM 8ft,
nppropt luting 126, noo for Hie Agri
cultural College, passed third read
Mt'NICIPAI. HIM. UP
Senate Hill 42, the municipal bill,
was then Mnken up un third reading.
Hi.ncTioN this yuak
lllshop wanted to know how the
bill (ould provide for nn election this
jear while County oflkprs hnd been
elected for two vears. Why did not
tho first municipal election romo two
)cnrs fioni nowT
Smith said that this law would re
peal former ones, It hnd been deem
ed wise to have tho municipal elec
tions romo In )ears when there was
no Territorial election.
lllshop said thnt ho did not see
how thn County oiTlrcrs, who ha I
liccn elected for two years, could bo
legislated out of office after they had
HTVeel only ono )enr.
Smith replied that this could bo
lignlly done, as thero wero no con
duct relations Involved.
WANTS KLKCTION IN 1908
When tho rending of tho bill had
) ceu finished, lllshop said that cer
tain changes would hnve to bo made
In tho bill before he would vote for
II. Ho then moved to amend it ro is
to in ike the first municipal election
In 1008. It was not a fair deal to
un out after one J ear of service tho
County oltlccra who had boon elected
for two. I'urthermoru, It was bet
ter to havo nil the elections In one
oar and bo done with It than to havo
them, the Territorial and tho muiikl
I al elections, come In allernnto years.
Smith said that he appreciated
(hat elections generally wero a nui
sance but In this caso it would ho
best to havo the municipal election
feparato from tho general election.
The Territorial election should he
guarded and kept nwny from minor
local matters. He legrctted that
theio would be necessity of removing
the present County officers, but no
contract relations existed under
which they could claim u right to
continue In olllee, anil the Inw under
which they wero elected would bo re
pealed. He deliberately opposed tho
M'CAUTHY OPPOSKS HILL,
McCurthy said lie wus utterly op
posed to the bill In toto. However,
If It became law ho favored tho
amendment. If a municipal govern
ment wus wanted an enabling -uct
should bo passed electing freeholders
who should frame tho charter. It
vwis up to the people ot Oahu to say
wnat kind or a charter they wanted.
Ihls should bo no business of the
men from the other Islands.
lllshop said that nil the hill did
was to provldo ror a Maor and cre
ated n lot ot patronage und now po
sitions ror the County officers to give
away. When this was nil It did, he
did not see why It should call for the
firing out ot ull tho present office
holders. I.ANK INDIFPEUENT
Lima said that as the Introducer ot
the bill ho was willing to uccedc to
to lllshop'H amendments. However,
thero had been considerable objec
tion to having tho elections simulta
Dowsett said that he favored the
amendment because it would be
iheapcr tor tho County ot Oahu to
havo the elections nt one time. The
(intendment was then put and car
lllshop stated that this would In
volve n number ot other changes, and
ho moved to recommit the bill to
tommlttee ' to hnve these changes
Luiio said ho would rather have
t'ctlon on the bill deterred until 3
p. in., nnd he so moved.
Smith said ho would move to
amend so that tho Clerks, Treasurer
and n tow other officers' appointments
of deputies should ho subject to the
approval ot tho Supervisors.
Lane said that when a man was
elected to an office and was under a
heavy bond ho should huvo a right
l appoint ns his own deputy a man
of his own choice, nnd not hnve a
mnnyin whom ho had no confidence
thrust upon him by the Supervisors.
Smith replied that his amendment
still left tho power of appointment
with the officers in question. It
merely provided for the approval of
Smith's motion was lost.
Dowsott Introduced a bill provid
ing tor tho mnnufactuic, supply nnd
sale ot electricity In the Territory.
Passed first reading;.
I,ano moved thnt the clerk be in
structed to make tho changes In the
intinlc Ipal bill which were necessi
tated by lllshop's amendment.
Jllstiop said Lane should be able to
81 lllmBelf. anu so moved,
carried and a recess was taken until
2 p ip.
If a man walks up to a joting widow
and suddenly puts his arm around her
wnistsno'll say "Don't" JiiBt as It sho
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Lnst quarter of tho moon April Slh.
Times of tlio tldo nro taken from
tho United States Coast and (leodetlo
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes Blower than Greenwich
lime, being that of tho meridian of 167
degrees 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Is tho sninu
as rjrccuwlch, o hours o minutes. Sun
Md moon are ror local tlmo tor tho
Thursday, April 4.
Slmr. Clniidliie, Wrker, rrom Maul
and Hawaii imrtB, 2:50 a. m.
Stiur. Nllliau, Thompson, fioni
Knual ports, 10 a. in.
Wednesday, April 3.
C.-A. S. S. Moann, (llhb, for Vic
toria and Vancouver, C p! m.
S. S. ltosecrans, McDonald, for Mon
terey, with barge Montere) In tovr,
3 !). m.
OH bnrgc Monteiey, Nelson, ror Mon
terey, In low or S. 8. ltosecrans.
U. S. A. T. I-oimii, Stlnsou, rrom
Nagasaki and Manila, may arrive.
O. B. S. Vinturu, Hay ward, rrom tho
P. M S. S. Korea, Sandbcrg, from
tlio Orient, In morning.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San
Francisco, In morning.
Stmr. Mlknhala, tiiegory, for Kauai
jwrtK, r, ji. m.
llr." bktn. Hclga, Pearson, ror Hie
cle, rrom off port, to sail.
Dr. Blilp Claverdon, Thompson, for
Sidney, to sail.
P. M. S. S. Korea, Sandberg, for San
Francisco, probably C p. ni.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
and Hawaii ports. 5 .'). ni.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for
Maul and Hawaii ports, noon.
!i Arrived U
Per stmr. Claudlne, rrom Hawaii unit
Maul ports. James Chalmers, It. II.
Drowning, Mrs. W. II. Hal ley. Mrs. II.
P Hallcy, Luke Rogers, W. Q. Scott,
William Knott, It. O. Church, O.
Aniundsun, Dr. Norgaard, Miss 11.
Urown, Mrs. A. M. Drown, John Kn
lunn, Hev. Aral Kenju, S. Heapy and
wHo and 48 deck.
K PA88ENQER8 M
A Booked X
Per stmr. Claudlne, lor Maul and
Hawaii portB, April 5. Mrs. A. Deai.
J. A. Hatch, Wm. Thompson, U. R.
Hcndr, J M. Kennu ami wile and 25
members or legislative party ror I-u-nal.
Tho dedication of the new Knights
ot Pythias hall, at the corner of Her
etanla and Fort btreets, will tako
I lace thi evening and a large as
sembly ot Pythlans and tholr friends
Tho dedicatory exercises will bo
gin Jt 7:30 and will bo participated
In by the lodges or the city. This
ceromony will he brlot but it is open
to tho.general public as well as mem
bers ot the order. The exercises will
le followed by a dance that opens at
8:30. The new hall Is a splendid ono
and wll hold a largo uudince.
Furnished cottages, two blocks from
the Hono. Hotel, 12 and $21. Ap
ply P. E. King, Cottage Grove.
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 we are of
our reputation, you are sure to se
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
2 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box S8I,
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