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Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
Honolulu Commandcry Red
SA I L'UtlAV
All visiting members of the
order are cordially InMted to
attend metlngs of lncnl lodges
HARMONY LODGE, I?-;. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mt eorv Monday opening at
i-JW In 1 O U I Hall, Fort Stieet.
n U HENDRY. Secrotary.
I i: V1CKERS, N U
All visiting biothors very cordially
MYSTIC IQDGE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'luesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
fort and lleretanlc. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
V. L LYI.I-i C.C.,
F. WALDUON, K KS.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets etvory Friday evening at
7:30 In K. of 1. Hall, cornor Fort
and Dcretnnla. Ylsltlug brotlieis
toidlally Invited to attend.
a o df.frino. c.c,
JA8. W WHITi:, K.It.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodso No. C16, It. P. O.
B., will meet In their hall on Kins
tear Fort street oory Friday oven
lug. By order of the E It.
1IAKRY A. WILUElt,
F. E. RICHARDSON. K. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Beretania. Visiting broth
rs cordially Invited to attend,
V. L. FRAZEE. C.C,
T'-L'. A. JACOUSON, K.Il.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited: toj at'
lend. '' "
W. L. FRAZHIi W., Prest.
II. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. la.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian lall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J V. ASCII. Sachem.
A i;. MtTUl'IIY. C. of It.
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Send in yonr orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
us your old Gold or Silver; also your
Diamonds, Watches, Precious Stones
and Jewelry. We will give you all
the law allows.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
HAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
- Embroidered Goocb.
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnp
Bulletin gives a compute summary of
the newi of the day.
K II r ii u k i. n . J -- - J.. .
;( - igrwums uris
h.uo: and Bethel Sts.
Eats 'Em Alive"
Bugiiie, Ant Poison,
Roi On - Bugs
Three enemies to the worst
pests the house-wife must
THEY ARE SAFE and SURE.
They effectually work and
when it comes to the bug
"EAT 'EM ALIVE."
25 CENTS EACH.
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
CUMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
PHONE 131. 8
ilire or Sale
Driving and Saddle Hones. Rigs of
All Kinds. Careful Drivers.
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
MISS POWER'S, Boston bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
gjM'For Rent" eardi on sale at
ic Bulletin ouica.
If the only reason your house is
not a home is a poor servant, do
some aggressive Bulletin Want Ad
vertising. Panama lints cleaned at tho Globo.
Dent) no gum keeps Hie teeth In ox
King up Scotty's when you want n
fjood auto ride. Phono 107.
Putnam Health Pills mnko rich
blood. (50c. a package. Try them.
Illnclisiulth, horscshocr mid wagon
ropniied wnntod. See ad, thin Issuo.
Oalm Lodge No. 1, K. or P, will
mcot In Kot P. Hall this evening tit
Honolulu I.odgo No. file, II. P O E.,
will meet In Elks' Hall this octilng
at 7 30.
. Tin' Mniina Ken, carrjlng llio ex
clusion Id Knual, will leave hur whaif
this evening at S o'clock.
Polynesian encampment No. 1. I
O. O. F, will meet In Odd Fellows'
Hall tills evening at 7:30.
"Drink and the world drinks with
you." The Honolulu world Is drink
lng at tho FaBhlon salloon.
The Automatic Pencil Sharpener In
sold by tho Hawaiian Office Specially
Co., Ltd. Phono 143. There mo olh
eis.but none so good.
uur typewriter should be kept In
excellent order. Tho expert tit the
Hawaiian Olllco Specialty Co., Ltd.,
cm attend to It for yon. Phono 143.
Tho While Family Ilotury (lock ant!
chain stitch) Is the best sewing ma
chine In the world. Benny & Co , Ltd.,
agents, 126C, Fort street. Phone 488.
A bond for SjO.OOO was illcd yester
day by J. M. Dowsett and li S. Cunlin
ns Rtuvt for .1. M. Dowsolt, appointed
executor of the citato of Anna Clreen,
Kim He! Won, coinlcted befoio
Judge Bole of counterfeiting, was jes-
lerday sentenced to n year In Jail at
hard labor and lo pay n Duo of one
dollar and costs.
The baud will play this afternoon
at tho Qucen'H Hospital, and this e ru
ing at tlie departtno of the Manna
Kea. Tho Sunday concert will bo nt
Knplnlaul Park, for tho baseball.
On account of rain last Sutiinliy
night, tho danco Intended to lie gieii
b tho Lenhl Athletic Club, at Mis.
Puahl's luill, has been postponed to
tho second Saturday of next month,
John Oudcrklik was nwnrded the
contract to build a new Sunday school
annex for tho Central Union chinch.
The bids weto opened jeslurdny anil
Ouderklrk's figure, amounting to
$0313, was the lowest.
A sale of taffeta ribbons starts In
tomorrow morning at the L. 11. Kerr
& Co.'b establishment. All tho ladies
should tako advantage ot tho low
prices on ribbons.- Every color In the
lalubnw will be shown In ribbons at
Frank Lillls begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that ho Is no
longer connected with tho Union Hack
Stand. Leavo orders for nnyone of
his two machines with the Territorial
Messenger Son Ice, Phono 3G1, nny
hour, day or night.
The wire from Japan giving the In
lormatlnu that the Mongolia was heav
ily loaded did not stale that tho lack
of vacant spaco on the hugo liner was
duo to tho largo number of cibcs of
Tausan on bonul en route to tho local
The Board of Ilcgents of tho Col
lege of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
met yesterday and decided that Judgo
Henr E. Cooper ought to go to the
mainland and make an attempt to find
a piusldent for tho college Judge
Cooper will go If he can arrange IiIh
private business iu time to permit.
In lecognltion of their valuablo sci
lccs towards effecting the return to
Japan of the Japancso lepers who left
on the steamship Knsada Maui latl
Monday, Dr. T. Mltniuiira and Y Ishll
wero banqueted last night nt the Mo-t-tilzukl
club b tho Japanese Consul
General M. Salto. Present wero the
members of the Japanese Benevolent
Society and tho rupiescutnthes of tho
Tho members of the Woman's Aid
of the Central Union chinch held their
regular monthly soclnl In tho recep
tion room of tho annex last night, a
largo number being present to listen
to (ho oiy enjoyable program pre
pared Tho boclal this month was
clen one week later than usual, hav
lug been postponed because of the
Ilouiuo entertainment on Thursday of
The class ntud lng the "Far Eastern
Question" will hold IU' fourth meot
lug on Fildn, March 20, nt tho resi
dence or Mrs J. M. Whitney, Punahoii
street, at half-past three o'clock. Tho
btibject for the meeting is tho Panami
Canal and its itifluonco upon the com
mercial control of tho Pacific. Tho
class Is conducted by tho College Club
and Is open to all who mo Inteiested
in tho subject.
A wiieless from IIIIo says. Tho
(Jrand Jury has found nine truo bills,
two In connection with the Oimder-
flmrer embezzlement. Two nro for
murder In tho first degroo, tho Indict
ed men being Japanese. Two Japan
use hao also been Indicted tor Bub
ornatlon of neijury. Ono Indictment
Is for selling liquor without a license
also a Japaneso caso. A negro and n
Japancso nro Indicted lor assaults w Ith
a weapon dangerous to llfo. Tho Grand
Jury recommends that an omergeucy
fund be provided tho sncrirt ror mini
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana' Co.,
62 S. KING SI.
HONOLULU, T II, miDAY, MARCH
an age of Specialists. One man can't
know all about everything. If your
eyes need attention, take them to an
Optician. Select a reliable one, one
who is competent and up-to-date,
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
i Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
2B8 Beretania St. Phone 149!.
Abe Hummel Is Free
NBW YOISK. N V., Mnrch HI
who had in extensive piuctlse union g
Jail today. In December, liinn, ho H nil
In a illvorce (.use and was i.enteiueil
line of ItiOO. '
MO i I
Robber Sontag Set Free
SACItAMLN TO, f'.il , Mutch la Sontag, the train robber nnd ban
dit, who has m d . cenil jean In the penitentiary for his crimes, has
GERMANS BATTLE IN SQUTH AFRICA
IIF.HLIN, lieimain, Mulch 19 Tho Government ban received u
cablegram from Smith Afilcu stating that n b.tttlo has tnl.en place be
tween the Hottentots nnd tho Herman expeditionary forces Bent lo
ciubIi tho tcbellloiis chief. In the lighting the commander of tho Gor
man forces ami many of his men weie killed.
MISS ELKINS MAY BE QUEEN
HO.Mi:, Hah. March l'J. It Is reported that In the event o! the nur
ringO or Miss Kiitherlnc KlUlns to tho Duke d'AbruzzI she will be cre
ated a Royal Highness and her soni will be given the right ot succes
sion to the Italian throne.
NEW YORK. N Y.. Mairh Hi. Madame Gould arrived fiom
Franco today and scon stilled the gossip which has been connecting her
name with that of the Prince do Sngan.
PITTSBURG, t'.i. Mnich IU. The i hers of this section, which had
this morning reached the danger mark, arc now receding.
PORT-AU-PUINCi:, Haytl, March 19. The city Is tranquil anil the
threatening of whites by the rioters has stopped.
Girlhood to . Womanhood
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
ELLEN M. OLSON
Tho responsibility for a daughter's
future largely rests with tho mother.
Tho right fnUuence unil tho Infor
mation which Is ot vital Interest to
tho daughter Imparted nt tho proper
time has not only saved tho life but
Insured tho success of many a beau
When a girl's thoughts becorao
sluggish, with headache, ill.zlncss or
a disposition to sleep, pulus In baclc
or loner limbs, eyes dim, ik-blru for
solitude; when sho Is a mybtcry to
licrseW nnd friends, licr mother
should coino to her aid, and remem
ber that Lydla E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, nindo from native
roots and herbs, will at this time
prcparo tho system for tho coming
chatigo, and Mail this trying period
In n young girl's llfo without pain
or irregularities. It has been thin
depended upon for two generations.
Hundreds of lotters from young
girls and their mothers, expressing
grntltndo for whwt Lydla B. Pink
ham's Vegetablo Compound has dono
for them, nro constantly being re
ceived, Mlsi Hllon M. Olson, of 417 N. East
St., Kewaneo, 111. writes:
Dear Mrs. PinLbami
"1 bavo had tho boat doctor. In our town
for my .icknetj and they all thought that
an oiwratlon w as necessary. I had headache,
No other romody has such a record of actual cures of femalo
ills. Thousands of womon rosiding in every part of tho United
Statos boar willing tostimony to tho wondorful virtue of Lydia
E. Piukhnm's Vogotablo Compouud and what it lias dono for them.
Lyala E. Pinkham's Vecctable Compound; a Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills.
ENJOYABLE DANCE AT
THE PYTHIAN HALL.
At tho K. of P. Hall last night a
military ball was glen by tho Hos
pltal Corps of tho First Infantn of
Hawaii. The occasion wne the llrfct
mllltmy danco held In tills city for
Uniforms of various officers wero
losplendcnt, many of whom wero pro
bent rrom Fort ShaRcr.
Tho Hawaiian band was present and
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAG001I BLOCK.
Abo Hummel, the dlorco lawjer,
stage persons, wiih released from
been found guilty ot conspiracy
to servo a )c.ir In J.ill nnd pay a
F0RT - AU - PRINCE
kldenrlie , and my fcet wiro o loro I coulj
Imnlly stand I took two Iwttlc of I.ydla E,
PinUuimv Vegctabla Coniponnd when my
period, were ttr.bli.bed and now I am
jicrfectly nelL Mama nays .h wont be
without your medlclno In tfichouro. I tan
toU oue girl what Ljilla E. rinkhaln-s
Vegetable Compuund ha. doa for me
niul .he is taltnz it now."
Miss Clara. G. Darrastadtcr, ot 413
llreckenrlilge St.. Buffalo.N.Y., writes:
Bear Mrs. Pinkham:
'Tor about o year, except during the part
fir montlu, I fjtttio.1 with cevrra pain,
ovcry month, vrlth baoLnches anil IieadncbM.
I had the blurs so bad that I wai In (Impair.
It Is a plcasuro to tell you that Lydla E.
l'inlthaiu Vegetable Compound hon cured
1 my npjieariuio rrun
that this rood may ooiuo
A.cv oue ill. Ii-icr to know
further detalLi may write to ue and I Uall
bu gltul to glo thorn."
If you know of any young- girl who
Is sick and needs motherly advlcfi.
nsk her to address Mrs. l'Inkhain, at
Lynn, Mass., and tell her every detail
of her symptoms, and to keep nothing1
back. Sho will receive advice ubto'
lately free, from a source that hs no
rival In the czperienco ot woman's
Ills, nnd It will, It follp,d, put her
on tho right road to a strong', healthy
and happy womanhood.
Lydla K. Pinkham's Vegotnble
Compound mado tram nntivo roots
and herbs cures where others fall)
after playing a few appropriate selec
tions made room for tho Kealaemt
gleo club orchehtra. which kept up
pln lng until lato In the .night.
Kdgar S. Harry acted as manager.
The danco wns a Bticcess, both finan
cially and socially.
FULLUR In Honolulu, March 19,
1808, to Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Fuller,
1ABLE REPORT OF SAH
Thursday, March 19.
WL'NA CRUZ Sailed March IB,
A. II. S. S. Mexican, for San Diego
PAL1NA CRUZ Arrived March ICi
A II. S. S. Alaskan, from Hlto, Fob.
SAM FRANCISCO Sailed Maich 18!
'.in. bktno. Irmgard, for Honolulu
K,.m'LUI Sailed March 18:
A.-1I. s. S. Nebraskan, ror Honolulu
Thuroday, March 19.
J .JATTLH Sailed .Mnrch IS:
A. II. S. S. Columbian, ror Honolulu,
Friday, March 20.
VOKOIIAMA Arrived Mnrch 20:
Jap. S. 3. America Maru, hencd
SAN FRANCISCO ArrUcd March 20'
Jap. H. S. Nippon Marti, from Hono
lulu. SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd March 20.
A.-1I. S, S. Nuvadan, for Honolulu.
PORT HAHFORI-Snllod March 20:
Am S. B. Santa Maria, for Honolulu.
KAIIULUI -Arrived March 2(1:
A.-H S S Virginian, from Hono
Tho cable ndvlccs received by tho.
agents of the S. S. Mongolia will bo j
n disappointment to n number ot 1 '
passengers booked ror passage to Sail B """ KnnBla. Gregory, ror(Knnal.
Francisco, ns sho can only ncconimp- s"tmr. .1. A Cummins, Searlo, lor
date 00 or OR from this port. Very Kunrohe. ' '
fortunately for tho traveling public j stmr. Despatch, Kokcrwiti:, for
tho Oceanic Steamship Company have, Kahiilul, C p. in.
the fine steamer Alameda following 1 .
four das afterward with nciommo- IJiMXK5t.irtltaKKif
dntlons for 130 llrst-class passengers. IK a SALLINO TODAY
The departure or the 8. S. Alameda 4HKM)tKX)i)(M3l
so shortly niter the Mongolia will be I Stnir. Clnudliie. Ilennett, for Hllo
u great tonvcnlenco to tho traveling Bn? JJnu' ''ort"' f "' '" ,
V,, , ., ,,.,,,,, 1 A.-H. S, S, Nobiaskan, Kn ght, Tor
public, nnd tho well-established rop- aull Kratlc8C( D p. m.
utatlon or the cuisine, anil the nt-'
lentlon to passengers traveling uyjxMKKXXHXXmtXMXXXX
this rmorlte steainer nro so well 1 )i niTT". TflTiAV W
known that any reference to It Is
unnecessary on our part. It the
Pollard Lilliputians nrc disappointed
in getting nwny by tho Mongolia tho
Honolulu public ore to bo congratu
lated that they will havo another
opportunity to hear this delightful
1 imm case
Hvldcnce was taken this morning
In the caso of Karl Weldmann veisus
llio American-Hawaiian S. B. Ne
braskan. The captain nnd tho malo
were on the stand ns witnesses for
the llbellce. Tho caso was contin
ued to April 18 tor the taking of tur
ther testimony,. Wcldmuuu la suing
for damages ror Injuries received
while nt work 011 the vessel In this
(Continued from Pace,' 1j
possibly S3 or S4 bad been taken
therefrom. In tho postotflco section
11 money drawer had been opened nnd
dome cash taken. Tho total cash
missing foots up to about Jli or S7.
Tills building contains not only the
Pineapple Company's store ror the
vale of merchandise, but also houses
tho United States Post Office, of which
I ilrant Is iOitinaster, and Thot Is As-
elstant postnnster, nnd tho office of
Iho Wuhlawa Water Company adjoins
tho mniu building.
"TI101 Is u soung German who lion
been at Wahlnwa n cotiplo of years.
Ho did tho shooting with his left
hand, his right hand being useless,
"Deputy Sheriff Cox and Thot camo
lo Honolulu this morning nnd left to
gether for Wnlnluu on the 0; 15 train,
Wahlnnn b In the Walnluu jurisdic
tion and all proceedings connected
with tho matter will bo bundled by
Dcj u Sheriff Coff. Dr. Wood report
ed that tho Jupaucso was likely to
The Foderal authorities havo taken
an luteiest In tho affair owing to tho
fact that n postofflco was nibbed, and
District Attorney llrcclions and Mar
shal Hendry havo proceeded to tho
scene. Tho fnctthat Thot as nsslstam
postmaster wns defending tho post
cfflco will go fnr towards Justifying
him In shooting tho Japanese, If such
justification bhoiild bu needed.
IUyton (O.), Maich 7. Judgo Sno
dlker 1 of used to grant Frederick
Stclnmetz, clghty-ono years old, a dl
Mirco from his wife, Kntheilno, aged
sixty-eight ycarH. Among tho wit
Losses wero the ten children of tho
aged couple. Stclnmetz nlleged that
his wire hnd shirked her household
duties and Hint ho was forced to sle.op
In the barn, later moving hack to the
lionso, after his wile had abandoned
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
We will build for you anything
you need in the boat line at a price
which cannot fail to give satisfac
tion. Anything from a canoe to an
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Maohine Works,
King near Alapai,
i m. fi
ra a m (p m-
41 I 6
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IS) fit i()-ii (li Rln
4 IB 10 17
6 o 6 111 T o
4 i lo 9
6 04 6 it.
6 01 6 u
00' 6 it
J UO tl 07
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1 18 !i.t
p m- a. m.
t i J 14 w u $6
IK 6 II 10 4
Full rnooa ifoiV 17. '1:05 v?m.
Hanalluii standard tluiu l li. hours
;S0 minutes blower than tlroenwlch
'lima 1., I,., tl.,., nf l.n-Hnl.ll.. ..
iegiees 20 uilnutos. Tho tlmu whlstla
blows nt l:3v p. in , which Is thoitume
as (Ircnnwkh, 0 hours 0 inlmitu'a' Sua
and moon are for locul time for tho
nholo group., , ' -f
i K K K M K K K It M M U K H H
U ARRIVED rt
jc s x k n a ?t a k a a a h js
Thursday, March 19
Stmr. Despatch, Kokcrwiti, from
Thuridny, March Hi.
Schr. Concord, Moro, lor Knlan
A.-H. S. S. Virginian, Colcord. lor
Stmr. llelene, Nelson, from Hawaii
DUE TOMORROW M
X M X & X, , V fi f X R K . W X U
Stmr. Klnnii, Clarke rn.tn llllo and
way ports, a iu.
Stmr. Maul l.iuhn. rrom Hawaii
S PASSENGERS DEPARTED
5f E 3C -t ;: Jl a, A )t fl. H it 11 K.X n H
Por ,stmr. Mlkiliila for km il.
March 19 Mrs. C. M. Cookn. Mrs. C
II. Jennings, M.'s May L.iw.t'fJ. U.
Hofgaanl and wlfo C. li King". H. A
Jncger nnd wlfo, Mra. J. K. (lanlall.
P. Behold, Q. Ii Ilrailfnrd. M.lsn.iFlnk
lur, Mrs. Laura- Goldstein,' 'ft'l '"'
Kniml.' " ,4 '"
Per S. S. Hllonlan, Johnson, for San
rhincUco, March 21, 10 a. in. Mrs. J.
II. Drew nnd daughter, Mrs. M. D
Prime, .Mr. nnd. Mrs. 'M. J. Maxell and
daughter, Mrs.' Cnpt. Saunders, Mrs.
A. R. Under. Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Young, Mrs. Welch nnd daughter, Mr
R. D. Mendo and daughter. Dr. and
Mra. Ilclnmann, Mr, and Mrs. Ii W
Todd, Miss IJowman, Miss Hutchlns,
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. Kay, Mis Walt),
Mrs. Hcwctt, Capt. and Mrs. Garland
nnd three children, Mrs. 3. Smith, Mih.
Mary C. Campbell, Mr. Frank Dodge,
Miss Harleau James, Mr. and -Mrb.
Per S. 8. China, ror tin Orient,.
Mnrch 23. Mrs. 'A. E.'tihenu, Mr. A.
W. Cheney and niece.
Per S. S. Nebraskan. for San Fran-cit-co.
Maich 20. Mrs. XL D, Pilmo, F.
Per 8. 8. Asia, for San Francisco,
March 21. Mr. F. Pollard and R. Nn
Eniuine. " ,'
- HONOLULU WEATHER
H ij' -;t s'i ;-
Temperatures if 11. in., 71; 8 a. in,
74; 10 n. m 75; noon, 70; morning
Harometcr, 8 a. m., 30.09; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 n. 111., S.259 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
C8 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., D8.
Wind Ii n. m., velocity G, direction
.; 8 n. m., velocity 9, direction E.; 10
n. m., velocity 12, direction Ii; noon,
udoclty 14, direction 13.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 ;u
in.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
bonis ended nt noon, 198 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather llureau
DANA'S GRANDSON AND
ROOSEVELT'S NIECE PART
New Yoik, March 8. Tho engago
mcnl which cxlRted between Corlnno
D Itoblnspn and Dr, George II. Drap
er has been broken by mutiinl con
bent. Miss Robinson Is tho only
daughter ot Douglas Iloblnson nnd
she Is a nleco of Piesldent Roosevelt.
Dr. Draper Is tha Bon ot tho Intn
Dr. William II Drnpcr and Is n grand
Bon of tho late l-narles A. Dati'i. Ho
was graduated fiom llur.ui.1 In l'J'H
end nfterw ird nttemled tho medical
school there. iur n. ailv two yo-irs
ho has beuu 'in In'rno In tho Trov
bytorlan Hospital wheto he now Is,
Tho icaron for thn hro.ihliu of the
engagement bsald to havo been that
oach of the youni persons, whllo hav1
Jng tho hlRhont regard for p-icli other,
found they wero not suited and w
ended tho engagement.