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nvnNi.NO bulletin, Honolulu, t h . ioday. .ian. so. idos.
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All visiting members of be
iiicr urc coidlalty Invited to
attend nuttings of local lodges
aARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets evety Monday evening fit
l:ll In I. 0. O. K. Hall, Fort Stroct.
E U. l'ENDUY. Secretin v.
ItKN. F VU'KEHd. X. Ii.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ko. 2, K. of P.
Meets every lucsday evening at
, --M n'dpc't in K. of T HnM. cor.
fort i.ii-l iluelniit.-. Visitiug broth
rs andli n luvlu 1 id .11 tend.
i. I 1 . .
K U ..ill.-, K It 8.
OAHU LODdE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Kiday ovonlng nt
tL of P. Hull, cor Fort and Bere
tanltl, at 7 . r. ' . Members of MystiO
Lodge No. 1. in. McKinley Lodgo
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordially
A. G. DKERINO, C C .
J AS. . WHITE, 1C.US
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 01G. 11. P. O.
., will meet in their hull on King
soar Fort street eveiy Frlduy even
lifi. Ily order of tbe E It.
IIAUIIY A. WILDER.
r. a. RICHARDSON. 2. 11.
m. M'KINLEY LODGE Ko.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
f:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Ueretiinla. Visiting brcth
ts cordially Invited to attend
. L. l'KX.KE. C.C..
K. A. JACGlJ&ON, K.KS,
HONOLULU .AEBD3 MO, F. 0. E.
Moots on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7.30 o clock In It. of 1'. Hall, corner
Jcietanla and Kurt streets.
Visiting Eaglos arc Invited to at
ond. W L FUAZBE, W., l'rcst.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
iAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mc(ts eory first and third Thuns
..ix of each month at Knights of
ythlar. Mall. Visiting brothers cor
i : a 1 1 j- invited to attend.
.T. V ASCII. Sachem.
a 1: MrupiiY, c. of n.
Coyne Furniture Co.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
OHINERY of every capacity and dc-
. 'in' rnde to order. Boiler work
,j.J RIVETED HPES for irrigation
nno.es a specialty Particular at
tMitica paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Smp'l and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A, FERNANDEZ & S0N,
Wos. 44-50 King St., Katsey Blk., bt.
Nutianu and Smith -Sts'.; Tel, ISO.
Built Lilce a Watch
That's the way with craft turned
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND .MACHINE WORKS
King St. nr. Alapai
The Weakly Edition of the Cvenlnn
fiulletin gives a complete summary ol
the riewa of the day.
imiirfii -rt i i litiiilti nil
King and Bethel Sts.
To obtain the lesult is
not easier than learn
ing the advantages of a
You can get the infor
Gas Go., Ltd.
Employment Office supplies all Na.
tionahties to plantations, contractors
103 KING ST.
Bamboo Furr-iture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
3G3 S. BERETANIA ST
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
KEYSTONE -ELGIN WATCHES
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shuts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
P. 31, Siimetn-;
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer!
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Colleo
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
Office 70 Merchant St. Phone 310,
You Want Elect-ic Wiring Done or
Jfnvate Telephone" installed or Dry
iiatterics, call the
UNION EIJCTRIC CO.,
CO Beretania St. Phone 315.
1005- Fins Job Printing at the Qui
et in Office.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Let a Bulletin Want Ad. hunt up
a servant while you attend to other
K-i i rmiiklln cars. Slkyda. Htbls '
Phono 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
l.ii- Kurankn la suing S. I. Knina-
'.(i f i dlvorco.
tl.'itlnm .it tho Orplicum every
W ednosday and Saturday.
Tomorrow will bo tho last dny of
Willi m-v & Marsh's shirt wnlst Bale.
oi." Hcrtidt has brought n dl
ii'u't suit iiKulnst noreiico K. llortidt
Burns Annivcrsan Smoker at Wa-
eiley Hall, next Saturday, S o'clock,
Just arrived. Jtinllwcod Cash Hctns-
tcrs. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Micro will bo ii meeting of tho
Htinnl of Health tomorrow nfluruoun
at I' o clock.
Sweeping cut-price Bale laco cur
tains tliroo yards long 7..c. n pair and
up at A. Iiiom's.
l.enh! Chapter No. 2, o. K. S., will
mrot In .ln30ulc 7VniiIo this Monday
iviMtlng nt 7:0.
Hugo Hnncberg, manager of Klpa
litilu plantation. Maul, linked yester
day In the Iwalanl.
A new rerldence for the family of
the late Thomas Cummlngs Is being
erected it Walluku.
C. H. Kluegel, Assistant Superln
teudent of I'ltullc Works, returned lit
ihe Jlnll from Kauai.
Honolulu Temple .. 1, Pythian SI
ii i, will nKTt In K of P. hnll this
vlnndn eunlng at 7J(i.
Miss U. Mejei end Ilitrtolph L Mey
i r urrlM'd on the tteamer Iwnlnjil fiom
Molukal M-liiduv miunluK
Spiclul lullline, hnle of triniim d
till iH'tin tod:. .lantuiM L'litli, at N
S. Sarlis' l (liHids Co. Pricex eul
Some of the blssRe.Ht liwelry Htinps
cM-r offered In Honolulu tn.i be oh
tnined of .1. Carlo, Nuuunti lu-.ir
David Walson has received n renew
al of his license to pruetltc law In the
lower coltirts. Judge HoWiismi mndo
There will bo Initiatory degree work
In Harmony Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. I,
this Monday evening at 7:30 In Odd
All men who were and are members
or the Y. M. C. A. will hold u unique
le-uiilon ut the Commercial Club next
Coat your Iron toofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
und preservative properties. Callfornlu
Feed Co., agents. '
Xotlco of Supremo Coutt decision
nnd order for new trial In tho suit of
C. S. Hollow-ay on Edward Vivian
niclianlson's bond has been filed.
The Alexander Young Cafe is open
from G:30 in the morning till 8:30
at night, ready to serve you with a
dainty breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
r!oeitior nnd Mrs. Walter V Frear
will hold their flrnt "at home" reccp
un In their now house, I'uiiahou
utrert. fiom 3-30 to 0 o'clock this nr
ttrnonn. K. C. Smith of Pearl City, who was
wounded by a Jupancso at Kaunakalal
landing a week ago Saturday, return
ed homo In tho Iwalanl on Sunday
Faco and scalp ttcatment, mani
curing, vlbtatory treatments can be
had at Hoom !, tho Young Hotel, 2nd
lloor, at Miss A. do Lartlguo's hair
dressing purloin. Telephone 350.
The Associated Chaililf s of Hawaii
will hold Its annual meeting in the ill
iccton." room of tho Bank of Haw-all,
Merchant street, this afternoon at
3:30. Tho public Is cordially Invited.
lllds for the construction of tho Ka
walhae wharf shed were opened at the
ofllco of tho Superintendent of Public
Works last Saturday. They were ns
follows: H. II. Do Fries, $1503; Al
bert Trask, $920: I. Erlckson, $C93.
Defendant has appealed from Dis
trict Mnglstrato Andrado's judgment
In the replevin suit of Mary K. Almy
s. II. Culman, which was in favor of
plaintiff for restitution of certain koa
turnltuic, vnlucd nt $100, and costs.
A very pretty Chinese wedding was
performed at tho residence of Mr.
Cliu Gem on Vlueyaid street last
Tuesday. Tho contracting parties
were Miss Chu Sou Ping, daughter of
Mr. Cliu Gem and Mr. Wal Kec Yow,
who is In the employ of Henry Mny fi
Liquor selling appeals from District
Mugistiato Andrado have gone to the
Circuit Court In the following cases
Ten Hot .i Mrs. Antonio Miguel, tine
of $10n and costs for selling wine
without a lletuse. Tertltoty vb. Mm la
Augtistn Colto. fine ol $100 nnd costs'
for celling wine without a llci use.
Annie, a Hawaiian woman, laBt Sat
urday night cut up hor husband, Ka
haunalo, nnd two of hlu fi lends, named
Win. Coolho and Kuullu, with n knlfo.
Tho affair took pliu-o ut lit r homo on
Punchbowl Btieet, "to which tho hus
band hiul taken his friends to make
merry. All threo men had to bo tak
en to tho hospital.
Castle & Wlthlngton, on behalf of
Mary Tenney Castlo Hitchcock, liar
Hot Castlo Coleman, Caroline. Castlo
Westcrvelt and Helen Kingston y
Mead, defendants In tho original suit
of William J. Lowrlo for $400,000 dam
ages ugalnst Henry P. Baldwin und
others, hnvo filed a bill of exceptions
to Judgo HobliiEon'a several rulings as
to thoso defendants, denying their mo
tions for dismissal, taxation of cobts,
tiifnaLilhuni aj,....i.j., ...t.it-...
A. N. SANFOKD,
So3ton Building. Fort Street,
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
lth their new FRENCH dry cleanlno
5K8 Deretanla St. Phone 1491.
Blankets arc needed and we have them for sale. Good
ones; nothing better:
ALL WOOL. $5 to $7.50;
PURE COTTON. 75c to $3.00.
Great line of COMFORTERS, SPREADS and PILLOW
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
apaoese Jingoes Coatea
Government 'Diplomatic Policy
ln. u ii l l ,i. di
traits Have No
IHO DE JANEIItO, Hiii7.il, J in. is -Admiinl Evans slates that ho
anticipates no dlmcultv In making the pass.ige of the Straits of Magellan.
The licet will mal.e the passago in i-lnglc rolutnn.
ALLEGED PLOT TO DESTROY FLEET
IHO DE JANEIItO. Brazil. Jan. 19. An anarchistic plot to destroy
the American battleship fleet under Admiral Evani litis been discovered.
CHARLES EMORY SMITH DEAD
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Jun. 11). Ex-Postmaster General Charles
Emory Smith is dead.
Charles Emory Smith was a Journalist by profession. In tho sixties
and seventies ho was editor In turn of tho Albany (N. Y.) Express nnd
Journal, nnd since 1SS0 of thu Phila delphhi Piesa. From April 21,
1898. to January K,, 1902, ho was Postmaster General of tho United
States. In 1800-82 he was Minister to Russia, and ho was a delegate
to several National Republican Conventions. During tho Civil War he
was actively engaged In lalslng nnd organizing Union volunteer reglmo
nts. Mr. Smith "was born nt Mansfield, Conn., February 18, 1842, hence
was cloie to slxty-flx jears or ugo nt death. He was n grnduato (18fil)
of t'nion College, which In Is.mi eonierred on him tho degree of LL.l).,
iin honor lepealed by Lafnj cite,. Knox and Wcsleynn Colleges in 1900
i in - .
EDMUND CLARENCE STEDMAN IS DEAD
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 18. Edmund Clarence Sledraan, the
banket -poet, died here todaj from henrt failure.
E. C. Stedman has been a celebrated writer of poetry and proso
since 1833, when he graduated fiom Yale to take the editorship of tho
Norwich (Conn ) Tribune. As a Journalist he served ns war correspond
ent for tho New York World during the Civil War. Ho had served In tho
Depnitnient or tho Attorney Genera, at Washington and was at one
time a prominent figure on the New York Stock Exchange
I HOW RUEF G 0T IMMUNITY
SAN TRANCISCp, Col., Jan. 19. -Prosecuting Attorney Langdon has
made public the Immunity contract with rtuef, which he Bays was an
nulled owing to Jlyef'B failure to keep the agreement.
The comi.ict was entered Into In Ma), befoie Huef pleaded guilty of
extortion. It gave Ituef ulniost contpleto Immunity from prosecution, in
consideration of his giving truthful testimony concerning tho dealings of
Major Schmltz and tho nccused Supervisors with the corporations.
VOTE FOR PRESID ENT AT PRIMARIES
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., Jan. IS. The Republican Stato Committee
ha3 been called to meet In Sacramento on May 14. It has been decided
lhat tho candidate for the Ptesldcney to be supported by the State dele
gation nt the National Convention will be chosen at tho primaries.
m i a
GRAFT PR0SECU TI0N QUITS RUEF
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 18 The prosecution has broken ofT all
negotiations with RUef concerning tho granting of immunity to him In
exchange for evidence to be given ag ainst Schmltz and others nnd he will
be put on ttlal Immediately on a chtirgecif btlbery.
JAPANESE MINERS ARE ENTOMBED
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. ID. An explosion bus occurred in tho Tubarl
colliery, entombing 104 miners. Hlghtv-llve mo dead. Thirteen liuvu
been recovtrVl In Injiiml ioiu'IU'ii
OKLAHOMA BANK nOBBED
TEXOLA, Oklu., Jan. 1 The Hist Niitlon.il Bunk here was rob
bed today of $4000. The rubbers held up the ciiBhlei nnd gagged him to
pi event any ahum boing giwn.
SIX BOYS DIE
NEW YORK. N. Y., Jnn is M 1k, wrle ih-owued today whllo
skating on the toe noui the N .v J. r v l.oie. The lee broke, preclpltnt
ipg the tkuteiH into the rivei
T0WB0ATS FOR MAOELLAN STRAITS
COl'ENHAGKN, Detimatl,, Jan. 9. -A company lb being oigunlzed
ho io to perform towing scrvlie In the StrallH of .Magellan.
! I . i .
FIFTY PEOPLE KILLED AT A FESTIVAL
DRAGOSH, Macedonia, Jan. 19. Greeks descended upon a festival
hero and fired tho houbc. Fifty people wcro buiucd.
SUNSTROKE DEATHS IN MELBOURNE
MELBOURNE, Australia, Jan. 19. Thirty-two deaths from sun
stroke have occurred here. Tho heat Is unusuul.
m . i mm
FIRE AT TEMUC0
SANTIAGO, Jan. 19. A llro at Temttuo Iuib detroyed twenty blocks
causing distress to thu Inhabitants,
n n i n
ENTOMBED FOR MORE THAN A MONTH
ELY, Nevada, Jnn. 19. Thiee of tho minors entombed on December
4 have been rescued uninjured.
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35c Musio for
Prices of all
popular musio for
10 days at
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDGr.
iiui'lliii; li i.i I t'i Piiikii 'Uts tho
, ,v d l-ii nid i .il cllploni n i.
Terrors for Bob
IN THIN ICE
Ytmi - - fatT
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, January- 3.
NEWCASTLE-Sailed Jan. 1:
Am. schr. Ilolcno, for Muhukona.
Tuecday, January 7,
KAANAPALI Sailed Jan. C:
A.-H. S, S. Texan, for Snllnn Cruz.
Saturday, January 11.
A.-H. S. 8. N'ohraBkau, for Sound.
HILO Arrived Jan. 7:
Am. bk. Annlo Johnson, from San
fdAHUKONA Sailed Jan. 7: v
Am. chr. II. C. Wright, for San
NEWCASTLE Arrived Jan. 9:
Br. S. S. Highland Monarch, hence
YOKOHAMA Arrived Jnn. 11:
P. M. S. S. Siberia, hence Dec. 31.
Monday, January 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Jan. 12:
Am. bUne. Irmgard, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. G. C. Toboy, for Honolulu.
Am. bk Fort George, for Honolulu.
Am. bk. 12. M. Phelps, for Knhulul.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Jan. 13:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, from Hllo,
GAVIOTA Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. S. S. W. S. roller, for Hono
lulu. Tuesday, January 14.
MOJI Aril veil. Jan 12:
S H. Admiral Borrcron, hence Dee
YOKOHVMA Sailed Jan. 14:
Ili.ngUung Maru, to.- Honolulu.
Wednesday, January 15.
.lONTKHKY- Arrived Jan. 14: "
Am bp. FiiIIh of CI) do, henco Dec.
Thursday, January IB.
fN FKVNL'ISl'a Arrived Jan. Hi
A. 11 S P. Mexican, f torn SnA Diego. (
PAN FRANCISCO- Sailed Jan. 1G:
Illloulnu, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived Jnn. 15:
Am. hk. St. Kutherlnc, from San
Friday, January 17.
MONTEVIDEO Sailed Jan. 11:
Am. sp. B. F. Packard, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jun. 17:
U. S. A. T. Buford. hence Jan. 8.
Saturday, January 18.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 18:
A.-H. S. S. Nevndan, henco Jnn. 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Jon. 18:
O. S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
Monday, January 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jun. 18:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, hence Jan. 12,
OAVIOTA Arrived. Jan. 18:
Am. ki. M. E. Chllcott, henco, Jan. 3.
VICTORIA Arrived Jan. IS:
Br. S. S.'MIowera, henco Jan. 11.
HILO Sailed, Jnn. 18:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian for Sallna
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Jan. 18:
S. S. China, henco Jan. 7:
The United Stntes transport DIx,
which canto Into this port Saturday
morning, will leavo with Its cargo of
llvo stock for Manila this evening nt
I) o'clock. Whllo here all the animals
havo been given exercise in the open
every dny to prepare them for tho
long voyngo from hero to tho Philip
pines. The DIx has not very ample
passenger accommodations, nnd on
that account It Is probable that when
the returns to this port again, Bomo
time in March, alio will carry about
tho same Kind of u cargo as sho now
Tho four-masted Bchoonor Robert
Lowers, Captain Underwood, arrived
In port jesterday after ono of tho
worst trips for weather that her mas
ter has over seen. Tho Lowers camo
down from Aueidccn, and undoubted
ly ran Into tho same storms that held
the Foster and tho I'helpa back. She
carried 900,000 feet of lumber for this
port. Tho Lowers Is now ut the
Bishop dork nnd will discharge us
soon us possible.
The Gorman S. S. Tolosan, which
put Into this port In ills ti ess u shorl
time ago, nfter a long rerles of accl
t'l'Utu, made n etnrt Saturday nfter
noon, but hei hoodoo was still In evi
dence, and aftor an honr on the open
kea one ol her pumps broke down, nnd
i hli relniued here fur it-pilrs. The
Chine. c new of the Tohnui na tlmt
I be) will make a kick at tl e next port
they touch, having lulled to gul ttulK
l ac-llou hero.
The American Hawutli ii sit nil -Mi
Ai'lzuliaii, Cuplahi Tapley, arrived ai
this port Saturday, afternoon late
bringing 1C3 sacks mall, and about j
1800 tons of general freight, coming
moctly from Now Yolk. The Ailzou
an reported seeing a four-masled
schooner about 200 miles off port,
headed here, and also a largo Btcamo,
'Frisco-bound, apparently from this
Tho steamer ICIuuu la tho only boit
at tho Inter-lslnnd Steam Navigation
Company docks today. The Ko Au
llou has been nt tho railway wharf
nil morning. Sho will leave for hor
tegular run this evening nt G o'clock.
The hnrkentlno Concordia Is nt tho
Quarantine wharf, where she Is being
a.ii. - - ' - - rftilniailAlijtr
a x x it k w jr. k x x x x if x
X ARRIVED X
X X X X M K a ; X K ft X X JT )i
Sunday. Jnnuary 19.
Slmr. V. (J. Hnll. Thompson, from
Kntinl ports, C u. in.
Slmr. Iwalanl, Self, from Maul and
Molokal ports, 4.5. a. in.
Sthr, Holier! Iweis, Underwood,
fiom Abeideon, 7:30 a. in.
Schr. Lad). Miller, from l'uuloa, (1
Schr. Concord, from Lnhalnn, 5:30
a. m. '
Monday, January 20.
S. S. Porter, front San Kinncitco,
X X X X X K K X X X X X X X X X TS
X X X X M X X X X X X X W H X M
Sunday, January 19.
Bk. R. P. ltlthet, Drew, for San
Francisco, 10 n. in.
K S H K 3fi 3r Ji X K X 50 X X X X X
K SAILING TODAY
Id X X X M X M it S K M M X X X M
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Tullctt, for Anh-
bola, Kapaa, 5 p. m.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mum, Going,
for tho Orient, probably 5 p. in.
Per stmr. W. G. Hnll, fiom Kauai
porta, January 19. Mrs A. L. Chin
nnd child. Miss T. Dillon. .1. Amanaga,
wKo nnd child. J. A. Kealohn, Mm.
Peters and child, K. L-niger. John
Noble. Unlei Aohn. Mrs. P. L. Zoller
mid child, II. M. Glltel. C. H. Kluegel,
nnd eighteen dock pam-iiser.
Pir stmr. tw.-lniii. f'lom M tul and
Molokal Kir(. Jnniiin v 11. MN It.
MiVel. II Hfilli'll.-U'. Rllilillpll I 'Io.--
(I. E. C. Hinllh. .1. (lolhti in, ami ' -. 1
deck pai M p-en.i
O O O vT i h
v ti a -:t h a
.la-la i . "i
Tempi in' 'ire- d a. n. , 71: 8 ii in,
73: 10 n. m. 71; iiuati, !; mo. ning
II.ii nun ter, S a. in. u.2ii: nli.iilule
liuinliiity, S n. in., 5 0nU grains per
cubic foot; lelatlvo humidity, 8 n in,
57 per cent; dew point. 8 a. in., 57.
Wind n. in., velocity 20, direc
tion E.: 8 a. m., velocity 18, direction
E.; 10 a. m. velocity 20. direction
N.E.i noon, veloclt) IS, dliectlon N.E
Rainfall dining 21 hours ended 8 a.
m., .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
houi'B ended at noon, 335 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U. S. Weather Bureau.
The celebration of tho Chinese New
car, which comes olf on the 1st dny
of February, will bo a grand affair.
Already the membcis of tho Chinese
Athletic Absoclatlou nro hard at
practise, while tho committee In
charge of the masked ball to bo giv
en that nigh? at the hall of the
Knights of Pythias aro nightly pass
ing their time In perfecting their
steps to music. In the afternoon nf
tlmt day tho following events will
take place on the Boys' Field," tho
cxcictses commencing at 1 o'clock:
100 yard dash, 50 yard dash, 220
yard daBh, 410 yard run, 880 ynnl
tun, 1 nillo run, 120 yard hurdle,
high Jump, pole vault, nroad Jump,
thot put, 1 mllo walk, 1-2 mile re
lay, potato race.
Tho winners will bo awarded med
als nnd other substantial rewards.
Entries will bo accepted up to and
Including tho 20th duy of January.
The commlttco which bus chnrgo
of the dance consists of E. K. C. Yap,
chairman, usslsted by Wm. Sing
Chong, E. K. Ayuu and C. Y. Mark.
Tho music will bo furnished by tho
Kunl Gleo Club. Tho usherB will bo
on hnnd to lccelve the guests, und
the dance commences promptly ut
7:30 o'clock. Tho commlttco on dan
cing -81:1108 that suitable prlres will
bo awiuded to tho danceiH who mnko
tho best liU in original costumo. Tho
be?t comical dancers will rcrelvn
fpecial prizes of especially attrattivo
The buk R. P. Rltlet, Captain
buk R. P. Rltlet,
Drew, K.ill-d fur San Kraiirlyco .Uriter-
i' i 'i-oiiIik- f.,iiilii!c Me.u 'i - ,i l
gei ' and 1 1211 loin siu-n mm llio re
tin iv at C. oiki (I
TO CURE A GOLD IN OHE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. AU druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
rARlS MKDIC1NR CO., St. Louis. U 8. A.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
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