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F.VHNtNO MUI.LKTIN, II0N0M1MJ. T. II.. SATURDAY. AIMUI. 27, 1907.
Another Los Angeles Excursion &
S To Hawaii Is Planned For Next Month
Partners of the Tide
By JOE LINCOLN
Author of "CAP'N EBI' "CAPE COD BALIADS," Etc.
If you md "Cafi'n Sri" you will want to rend "Partners of the
Tide"; if you did not read "Cfcp'n Eri" you ought to ead "Part
ners of the Tide." But whither you begin to read from motives
of duty or picture, you cannot escaps the pleasure ty store for you
Mr. Lincoln fernia to hmo an Inexhaustible fund ot
'uualnt Vanl.co liuinoc with tho twang of tlio putt sea In
It. 1IU now story nut only rparMon wltli llila Indlcnoua
run lint throbs) with nu uttilertonc of tenderness, to that
ou nro In iloulit whether tpnri or mnllei nro the proper
ti Unite to pay uti'l you pay both. Xnshvlllo American.
WE ABE GOING TO PRINT " PARTNERS OF TIIE TIDE "
THIS TAPER. LOOK FOR IT!
"Partners of the Tide" appears so real, "reads so natural"
that you feel the mantle of Defoe must have fallen on the author,
or else he has sketched his quaint characters from life. Perhaps
I both are partly true. A brilliant Hew Yori: woman, who lias sum-
mcrcd on the Maine coast for years, lias n ' notebook full of
c sk:tchcr of these people whom she intends to put in a book after
they are dead. It need hardly be said that she is not a profession-
C nl writer or she would be lc.-f Quixotic. Joe Lincoln has put
j them in hi: story and lives to tell the tale, though he has doubt-
j less made composite character,-, from many individual types.
I How real "that Nkkirson-boy" appears from the time the
1 reader first meets him buying a "turnover" in the diinry little
9 station! And the meeting between Captain Titcomb and Brad-
ley Nicl-.erson, who become "Partners of the Tide." Hear the
t "Nickerson, hey? That settles it; -you're a Cape Codder.
E Minute I meet anybody nsunel Nickcrsou I know they've got the
5 same kind of sand in their boots that I have."
J Again, those two delightful old maids, "Prissy" and "Tcrapy",
nnd the "dorr 5rl," as the old maids called her, whom Bradley
met at school and who afterward became his sweetheart, the at-
i; tachment developing into a love romance, in which Bradley finds g srf
n dangerous and unscrupulous rival. 2rril""l
In nil iirobulilllty (here will be an
other excursion of l.oa AiikcIcs peo
ple lenvu Han Pedro next month for
I tlie?) Inlands on one of tho Oceanic
lea!iinhlp, piobnbly the Ventura.
I T!ir cmuh-hIou will start from San
Kriinelsco with n few panciiKcrii, pro
ced to San I'edro, wlicio n larso
number of I.o Angeles people will Im
I picked up, and then the trip will be
' made to these Islands following. In
nil probability, the Itinerary of tho
3. S. Ohio. I.loytl Chlhls, the rcpre
rentatlve of the Promotion Commit
tee, with headquarter) In n AiiRe
leu. Is woildiiK the matter up mid la
almost certain of 8ucccb8. Such Is
tho report brought hack from l.os
Angeles by Harry II. Tomllna, who
returned thin morning on tho Ala
Mcdn. after n trip up on tho Ohio
with the l.oi Angeles cxciirnlonht.
".Mr Chillis told mo last week."
raid Mr. Tomllns this morning, "that
ho who nltitoH miro of Huccesx. 11c
had Just then returned from a trip to
Kan Francisco, whprc ho had got Into
loiumiiulcntlon with the Oceanic
I eople and also with a number of
tout 1st bureaus. There will In all
probability ho about 250 pa.iBengerH
on the Ktcamcr, the largest part to
come from the Southern part of tho
State. It Is thought lit present that
tho dalo of Bulling will ho about May
JO, possibly a little earlier.
"During tho summer. If a steamer
tan be secured, there will also bo nu
o rott-ulnl! fcitti Uit nstitw l1.
.11 ... ...v.. .....I. ui.ll I IMIII ,1,.,,.
rchool IcaeheiH on hoard. Tho Na-
llonnl Kducntloiuil Association Is to.
meet this summer In l.os Angoles nnd
there will be over 30,000 teacher In
the city. Mr Chllds Is confident that,
he will ho able to get one shipload of
teachers Interested In tho Islands nnd
he may possibly secure two. Ills fa
cilities for leaching them arc of the
lest, ns tils headquarters nre In tho
Chamber of Commcrro building In
l.os Angeles and next to him the
headquarters of tho N. K. A. nre sit
uated, lie will not bo troubled by
having to look them up, but they
come, one might say, directly to him.
"Tho last excursion did not do tho
good for the Islands In nn advertis
ing way ns was hoped for on account
of the "knocking ' done by tho ox
(inslonlsts about tho trip. When
iislicl regarding tho Islands they
would reply, "Oh we hail a delight
ful time on the Islands, hut, oh, tho
trip getting there,' nnd tho party
talked to would leave with an Im
pression regarding tho trip that It
wiih not the pleasantest thing in tho
"ITpon tho return of the Bteamer
the Chambei of Commerce appointed
a committee to carry on tho work of
getting the new steamship lino un
der way and for a few day tho work
mir carried on progressUcly, If the
l ewnpapor nccounts of what was be
ing done were to bo i oiled upon.
Then Secretary Wiggins left for the
Jamestown Imposition and the mat
ter seemed to die out, nnd when 1
left nothing whatever was heard of
the matter. Tho big Interests, Ilar
ilman, Hprcckcls and Gould, nro said
lo be Interested In the deal and noth
ing can definitely he determined. The
I .os Angeles people would like to see
the line put thiough but whether they
will ever sen it done Is n mystery.
Sau I'edro Is nearly 20 minutes fur
ther east than San Francisco and
furnishes a more direct route through
lo New York, and the Los Angeles
people use that fact as an argument
for the establishing of a new Una di
rect. "The purser of tie S. S. Ohio turn
id out to he the secretary of the
Northern Pacific Steamship Compun),
to whlrh the Ohio belonged. He
miida the tilp to see what wns to bo
lone In the way of freight, and what
he determined he would not tell. Tho
Northern Steamship Company at
present has a line down the coast
from Seattle to San Pedro and II. II.
Herion Is tho authority for tho state
incut that that company would like
to put on a Hue of steamers from San
I'edro to the Islands, What was re
ported to Ills conipany by Purser
Cznnt could not be learned by tho
l.os Angeles people interested In tho
"In San Diego there Is n feeling
that Spreckcls will put n lino from
that port thiough to the Islands as
boon us his lino east fiom that city
is completed. They nre at work on
that Hue at present nnd there Is no
doubt but that It will go through.
Tor yenrs Gould has been trying to
get n line of through steamers on tho
Pad lie, but has been balked so far
by Hnrrltnnn. Tho San Diego pcoplo
claim now that Spreckcls Is working
In conjunction with Gould nnd that
r, lino to the Orient will be establish
ed. Another icport says that llarrl
man has again shut Gould out by get
ting In with Spreckcls. The 1-os An
geles papers claimed n short time ngn
that the Salt t.ako road was bonded
to secure the Eastern line from San
Diego. If this Is true It looks as If I
llnrrlmnu was getting control of the
lino out of Snh Diego, for It is n
known fact that he controls the Salt
I like load.
"Another fact that causes one to
doubt If the line of steamers nut of
Han I'edro will bo put on by the I.os
VngelcH capitalists, as Is now talked
of. Is that one of the men most In
terested Is J. Koss Clark, the vice
president of the Salt Uiko road. In
that position ho Is hut a tool of Hnr
rlman and It Is Indeed doubtful If
Hnrrlman wants such n line estab
lished. "In I .os Angeles one hears all kinds
of rumors, but when these rumors nro
run down little truth Is to he found.
Tho I.os Angeles people, though, are
rood gamblers, nnd if they think
there Is n rhanio of a line rinklnr
Rood they will try It. That Is who'
is taught by their efforts In the p.tkt
along other lines.
"II. K. Huntington, the street rnt
way magnate of l.os Angeles, nnd a
man who has dono as much for the
development of Southern Cnllfornli
iib nny other, said to me- '1 would
like to see that lino go through. H
would bo a great thing for Southern
California and I will do everything In
tr.y power to help it along ' When n
man like Hunting talks like that
theie Ib pretty certain to be some
thing done with tho line before they
are through with It.
"The capitalists who nro represent
ed by It. II. Ilcrrun nre sending n
can east nt the end of this month to
lcok at certain Bteamcrs with n view
of cither chartering or purchasing
them. Hcrron. however. Would not
rommlt himself regarding tho mat
ter. "The tourist season this vear In
Southern California lias fallen off
i.bout one-third and that has probab
ly hurt Hawaii. An open winter In
the East, the carthqunko ot last year
and the low rates which nrn to he
I'lvcn next month for the Shrlners
nio ii few of tho reasons given for tho
iH$ 'For rtcnt" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
,vri t i i, i -i- inr
Homo decoration not in har
mony with other appointments
won't go in this century of re
finement. You ought to advise with men
of experience men who have
made a study of home decora-
fill Sol Nil
The opening performance of the til
le'ords nl tin Orplicum lai.t night rc
iilvil the henrt approval of tho
'ilrar nli'hlprn.'f which triarcrl tho
! tamp of hih'Cos. mi all the productions
to coii.o. during their ceial weeks
This city has been treated to shows
of nil kinds, drama, farreo, inlnsticK
romcdlcH and in fact everything that
live li-blud the foollleWfl Ii l the K.l-
, Itford's extravaganza last night tops
them all. It Is In a class by Itself. It,
l has been mnn a long day sluro tho
' Honolulu puhlli has enjoyed them
selves as thc dbl last night. Tim
Police wns packed to the dors and even
' There was noi n drj moment during
the entire three a-lii, mid better sllll,
there was no walls between acts. Aflei
the lira ilmp of the nirtalii It wns Im
mediately rolled up ngnln and n malo
colnltt entertained while the setting
for the next Bcene was going on. Ho
tween tho serond and third acts the
Ofboril children Old stunts .from the
German and I he Irish. They were re
iwatfd'' rnlh'il Lv k Tlirlr net alone
la worth walking a long wny to see.
If the show last night Is n rrltcrlou
ol others, it will bo too bad for am
one, who enjoys a good laugh, to miss
one of the scries,
The boys In the gallery certainly en
joyed themselves and Incidentally fur
nished aiiiusemeiil for tho rest of tint
r.udlcuco during the fllllug-tiu of the
hotir'c. If any gcntlcriau came In at
tho main cntrango and mi far forgot
himself as to keep his hat on his head
(nnd there were quite n number) they
were quickly reminded of the delin
quency by n concerted yell from the
rnllciy gods of "TuUo off our hat!"
When the object ot their solicitude
.!,( ii tin. iiMniiiii ha was given a
Tho Hllcford Company present "
Koynl llcceptlon" for tho Inst time
tonight Next week will witness
three popular bills. Monibiy and
Tuesda Is an American comedy-dra-ina
that floated a furore In tho Knst
li.st leiiron. the pretty heart stor),
"Tho Alueitcau (!lrl " It ghes tho
Oslioru rhlldie'.i i chance to nhow
what thoy can do In clever child nc-
I tots. They have two prominent pints
i,nd will delight young and old. Tho
Pill for Wednesday and Thursday Is
Marl: Swan's brccsy Western romedy.
Ming over with fun nnd laughter,
mil a clever heart story that will In
terest and please The hill for Fri
day and Saturday Is the stors of New
York and Its environs, ' New York
by Day." The play Is a most Inter
esting melodrama and Is too well
known In our theatre goers to nrM
extended nrahe Scats are now on
sale for the entire week at tho box
Hlunk, books of all sorts. Icdser.
etc. manufactured by the Bulletin l'uu
That Olrl from Texas," a play bub- Fine Job Prlntliifl at the Bulletin.
PHONE MAITT 4on
TRADE BOOMERS S S SIGNS j
THE HOME DECORATOR
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If you win! to get In, cut in j
If you are no -.t In, butt In.
Show tho world how fir.o your fettle.
Try n WANT AD., chow your mottlo.
If atlcccis v. cr.'t ::. In, cut In.
This Is how to nzt Ini Cutt hit
with its air-tip,ht doors nm'
its eight finely construct'
walls thru which neither he
nor cold can penetrate.
It Saves on the Ice-Pill.
It Saves on the Food-Bi
And it saves 'many min
of labor because it is nlisoli
Iy the easiest refrigerator
khhV twl Bft
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We have decided to print them.
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In place of Barley, the very soul and essence of perfect beer, they use Corn,
because it is cheap.
They further reduce the cost of production by not having ample storage
facilities to properly age their beer.
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It is fermented in glass-enameled vats. It is lagered (aged) from four to
five months in glass-lined steel tanks.
In fact.is in glass from" "Kettle to the Lip."
Our enormous storage capacity 600,000 barrels enables us to age our
beer to full maturity, which accounts for its healthftilness and delicious flavor.
We produce beer of such unquestioned superiority that discriminating
consumers demand it.
It is for these reasons that Budwciser, although the highest in price, has a
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St. Louis U. S. A.
Largest Brewers in the World
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