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I WEEKLY CAIEKDAR 1
P '- II Leahl Chapter No. 2 flenular
Rl ij 'IUI1KUAV U
Oceanic 2nd Decree.
All visiting members of be
order are cordially Invited to
attrnd inciting of local lodgna
HARMONY LODGE, lb. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meeti etsry Mondny evening at
7:20 In 1 O. O. F. Hall. Fort Sheet
K 11. HKNDIIY, Secretnry.
HEN. 1'. V1CKF.US, N. U,
All vlsltlns brother very cordlalij
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'tuosday evonlng at
:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
fort and Derctanlr.. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. LYI.K, CO.,
P. WALDHO.W K.U.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets etry 1'rldny evening at
7:30 In K. of 1'. llnll, corner Furl
and Horetanin. Visiting brotheu
cordially United to attend.
a c. oi:i:kino, c c ,
J AS. . WHlTi!, K 113.
GONOLULU LODGE GIG. B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodgo No. C16, 11. I. O
., will miot In their hill on Kind
pear Tort street overy I'rlday even
lly ordor of th K It.
IIENIIY C RASTON.
VM, H. McINIIUNY, i: It.
Wm. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evenlng'nt
7:39 o'clock In K. of r. Hall, cor
Fort and lioretanla. Visiting broth
ir cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FHAZEE. CC.
E. A. JACOHSON, K.U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, corner
Bsretanla and Tort streets.
Vlsltlns Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE. V Prcst.
H. T. MOOItK. Secy.
HAWAUAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets overy first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
illally Invited 'o attend.
J. W. ASCII. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. Of II.
"" 1 ' ' '-' -I !? J. '
I Folding Carts
U King and Bethel Sts.
Auto First Aid
For Accidents on
the road. No automobilist
should go on a ran without
one of these convenient nack
ages. Bandages, dressings,
everything needed in cii emer
gency. " xix
CONVENIENT TO CARRY.
Nicely packed in case.
Young, Fine Bred, Imported and
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
Benson, Smith &
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets
It will build you up j
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
Most Fetching Eastern Styles.
MISS POWER'S Botfon Bldg,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Never feed discouragement to a
warry let a uuuetin want ax.
cheer things up. Only One Cent A
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3G1.
Panama hats cleaned at the (Hobo.
Cliailcs flay enmo oer from l.anal
Kuln on the .Manna Lon
Dack up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
King ii' Scyttj'n when you want n
good nutii ride. Phone 107.
John II Wllwli and K V. Pimsc
mti niiicini; thv nrrlvnls todny cm the
l.iif K.unukii thin miirniiii: secured
n illMirco f i Din Knmak'u on t lit- giound
it noil support
Why not spend tho summer at one
of the Hcasldo Cottages? Engage a
It was tumoral jcelerday lint Chas
K N'itlc will resign us president ul
Hie Hemic Itule party.
Try the beer nt tho Horfiuan I.-
cry glass just us cold as It Bhould be
and as snnppy us can bo dcflrcd
The pastrj and Uutterniit llread nt
Hie l'.ilm Cafe nre famous In Ilimolu
III. nml the Eerlce there Is the best
Deputy Mnishul Wm Clillllngnnrth
rutin lied from Koua on the steamer
Manna l.oa, which nriUed this mom
W. T Drake, Collector of Internal
lloenuc. was n passenger this morn
lug, arrhlng In tho steamer Mnuus
l.oa from Kona.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Yo.i will bo surprised at Ita cooling
and nrcscrvntUo properties. Callfurnln
Kocd Co.. agents.
Among those who nre limited ti
leat on the Claiullne tndn Is Mrn
O I. Hopkins She will be ncccin.
pnnlcil In her thrco ehlldren
Tom Qillnn has gone Into tho nute
hack business with u Duo four-passcn
ger llulck nml Is prcpirod to furnish
tho best postlblo service. Phono 301
Your typewriter should be kept in
xcellcnt order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., 'Ltd.,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 113.
Don't waste another minute plan
ning for your summer outing until
you know of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s ,plan.
See First Ad. Saturday.
Judge I,liKls;i. k court this mmnltig
refined to ta'.e liirKdlclltin In Hie
L.ie of I.hlMhml Pein Mi Hick K
Chang The c.ise was one or piitltloi
uf hind mi Sclnol street
When jnn'ie inovlir-S. lemembe.
that the Union Paclllc Trill'fer Co
iliMiliitel) giiarinlee all tilt Ir work
l'i ifenlilK of nil kin Is iloue quit-'!-j
l, s.ife y, and choipl). Pin n r.S
llabe.iK corpus iniceedlns3 have,
beiii filed In the ease of Ainmalii
Maunkea. an alleged leper. A. 1
I.amach has, for U K. Cofer, tho pres
ident of the Hoard of Health, ina.lo r
motion that tho ciee be tet for a day
Augustus Knudffcn of Knual cnlud
on Acting Uow-rnnr Mutt Smith till' J
inoi nlng In find out what thing In pir
tlcul.ir was wanted of his dlstilct v.-ll,i
reganl to eiiteitalnlng the fleet. Mott-
Smith Informed him that the main
thing needed at present was money
The llaw-allan bind will play In the
dark tonight nt the llttlo park at tho
corner of Wilder uveniio and Pnnalioii
street, outside the main gate fit O.ihu
college. The permission for the band
conrert there was granted by Chair
man Hustaco of tho Hoard of Super
iors, In unswer to a request of tho
residents In that neighborhood.
lUiv. Leopold Kroll, lately of Hon
sick Palls, N. Y.. arrived with his wlfo
and three chlldien by the Mongolia tin
Mondn) Ho comes nt the request of
Bishop llestnrlck to tako chnrgo of
the woik of the church nt Lnhalna
He will succeed the Itev. A. It. Wey
mouth In chaige of IInlj Innocents
Mr Kroll Is an Klk, and nn exceeding
1 pleasant man.
That tho Kauai Wlno and I.lquor
Company had committed nn net of
banVruptcy wiih tho dclslon of the
Jury jestcrda afternoon. Tho ease
has been one of Intcicat, on uCcounl
of tho fact that 11 has been contested
with vigor and also bcciuso It Is tho
first case of similar character which
has been tried by Jury. Tho Jury waa
out until n o'clock last night.
There will bo n meeting of tho
Daughter)) of tho Itowilutlon on Mon
day, April 27th. at 3:30 p. Ill, Willi
Mrs. W V. Hall, 1708 Nuuanu nve
line ,M!ss Maiy Krout will Bpcak on
the "Women of tho Itevolutlon." Miss
Krout Is nn Interesting speaker, and
an enjoyable tlmu la assured. Visit
ing Daughters and all Interested tiro
conllally Invited to bo present.
August Drclcr, who left on tho lin
er Korea jestorday afternoon for tho
States, gavo to lilshop I.lbort $10,000.
Tho money will be usqd for tho erec
tion of the Catholic Sisters' Olrls
jpoardlng school nt Kalmukl. Wink
on tho plans has already been com
munced, by Architect 11. h. Kerr. Tho
piesent term of tho school nt tho con
vent where It Iibh been maintained fir
fifty years, will bo tho last there Tho
land Is block 8 nt Kalmukl, It was
bought sevral eais ago. Tho build
ing v. Ill bo mado of reinforced con
crete work and It Is expected to bo
completed by next fall.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, April 22, 1908.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Apill VI:
.lap. S S. Amcilc.i Mum, for Ho
nolulu. KAitlll.UI Arrived April 21:
Am. schr. Alumnn, from Talt.il.
Thursday, April 23, 1908
BKATTMJ Airlvcd, April 21:
A.-II. S. S. Alaskan, from S.in
Ni:VCASTM Ai rived. April 21:
llr. B. S Hlvnston, heme.
SAN UlliaO Arrived April 22:
A -II. S. S. Texan, from Sallnn
SAN KltANCISCO Arilved April 211
Am. bk. .Albert, finni Kii.in.ipali.
ft M JC Sfl X it K M M R A K K K 5t
X WATERFRONT NOTES
X A X, U it ii M X M tt X 5t X X t
MAUNA LOA IN PORT.
Your Eyes Can
depends upon how you treat them
A. N. SAM,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
(Continued from Pr;? 1)
wild the feimeiillng iii.imi Tin i
Collector DiuKc showe. l!" mi of
.N'lppon his badge, am' ' - i i H
he Know what It mean'
"Yes: me plllkln. Mi pi ea In boost
cs? All right," snl'l ' "US' distil
ler. Harding was i-.ille I from whor
he was gttaidlng the house, nml ho
nrrlved just In tlmo In grapple wl'h
the Japanese as he undo n break for
the open country. Down they tum
bled, struggling as tliej fell.
Tho Intor-Islaml t .inn r Manila
l.oa emtio Into port this morning, from
Kona, bringing n good list of passen
gers She was lightly liilen howcvci
owing to thu fact that unigli wealhci
at Punaluu Interfered with getting
cargo aboard there. She had 79 pas
rcngers en route, 12 In il r.ibln and
20 nn deck being wu pissi-ngi'tH She
bioiigbt In 12C0 bigs u sugir, SIS
bigs of coffoo, Ob.igs of tiro, u bags
of ginger, l bags of uw.i i Inriuls or
oraiigw. 2 enses uf niangis. 7 b u
n Is pears, 2 barrels drli d fish, ! cise.
diled fish, 3 rases eggs "I biinehc
bin.iuas, 2 biles k1h.i1. s ktgs bitter
7'J lialcn hides, 3 biles go it Bklns, 1
b'Mie, 37 cows, 2.S cilvis 21 bogs, '
crates chickens, 1 lur'Ke. 3 pigs anil
Hn p.ic'digcs Htiliilili'd She ilic'lol
.it the railroad wlnif
TUP. A.-II. S. H MEXICAN. Cipl
Nit liols, nrrlved he:e tli's iurnliig, i1
davs out from Seat'lo She rcporti
having (encountered hid wither nil
the vvav down. The flrKt wick was
i.il'i.v, i-ud for thru- di-vs half a gale
lib w fioui Iho soulhe.isi lleil win Is
blew nil of the time Winn ihe i il'i ,
wele lift behind, the neilhei ri
m.ilned squill) all the wu.v to the Is
I mils 'llio big fre'gl't'-i lirnusht a
light cargo, about Com mis of g-neral
fielght, soino of It limn New orlt
She i-irrled no p-ifJengoin
Tin: iiauk tir.tiiKii: chutis
Captain lleibcit. is dm- to nirive In
pint fi urn San l-'ram in n almost any
day, as she Is now tvvi ve daju out
She eomej down vIth a gui'-ral eaigo
and b lllast to take on u cargj of cug
ar for the MntsonComtiany hero
ineie v.'in tie aiioiunuu ions lur ner.
500 nutt licltis pl L'ffjftn the w"it-r
thi: sti:ami:u nhiiap captain
Oness, came Into peit nt i 1 p in
jesterdo, 'rum Anuhola, b Inglng
C300 bags of sugir, 1 automobile, and
2 packages sum.ilcs. She rjrrlnl i
passengers 'Iho sleamcr docktd ji
the A.-II. S !l Co whaif.
Till: IIAUK ANDItHW wm.cii
C.iptulu K 11 Mills, for San l'r.incl.s
co tomorrow, with u rather light load
of sugar, amounting to 1520 tons,
nboaid. She moves over to tho Mat
son wharf this afternoon.
Tim IIAUK It P ItlTIIET, Captain
McDonald, In the service of the Mat
sou Company. w follow the Ciutis
Into port, as she Is now six davs out
of San I'lamlM-o bound for this place
THU A II S S Despatch. Kokei
vvltz, airlved vesterday aftcruuon
f I cm Mukawell, bilnglng t!9.1 tons (.'
sugar. She sails again at G p. m. Sun
day for Kauai
, lie the liotiso was sc.uelicd. Col-
loi Drnl.o relumed this morning.
pulles Dojle nml Harding will con-
ue on nrnutul the Isliind collecting
pe lal taxes, and tnklng mro of nil
! lues of revenue vvolJf. Collector
Unikii biought back Ifir.O In spetlal
1 ... . -. ..... . .... i ... n.
ThVr'll rln nil for vnn tint tliev cill- 'HXes T. ivinosiuui, inu u.iuiu ..-
d S'Sowe0 hyem SelKfor ' ,"'"" " Z
That j ulnB unl" '
' liil Ills bonds were Ilxed at !
l'i e "pipe-organ" nrrnngenient
vlil li Kimishltii used In making his
l Is iinu of the most Ingenious
iruptlons ever found by Iho nu-
.! .Itles. It was brought down to be
d ns evident c.
i X K W C f 1 n. -,7t KVV X V
n PASSENGERS BOOKED
it if 3f K C ;t if it K' n it )(. i ; t
Per Blmr Clan line Ilniniit. A pi II
?4, R p. m Mr Deeir, Mrs. C. I..
Hopkins mid thiee tlillilifii, tletngi
Wnth nml wife nn I four children, Miss
M. Kinney. MIsb II. l.jons, K. (1: l.nvv
Unbelt I,. riclilH. who went In
South Hi-nil. lnd , fiotu St. Paul,
In Minn , to entei the real estate busl-
iiinie imilinei- tho Jup liroko loose, ness, bus liiysterliiusb dUappenred
and began to lint-foot It lownrd tho I Tumi Klkhart, lnd. Ills thiee vvecus
underbrush, but Dialic had i lljlns 'nlispiuo luo seated on Impression
stait. mill, making a long lunge, got tli.it h" mf e met with foul play.
the man nround tho waist and' Piesldent uoostvclt lias Bent n nuo
biought lilm to earth. I steel engraving of the White House
Walter Dovlc was on hand with Mo be plated In the corner stone of
the "come-nlongs, nml the wo itd-.ie 'he new hong Island Hullrond Y. JI.
distiller was fastened to ii poi ib-pt st c building.
fl n m. n m n m-
1.S ' II It ! I lit
I p I"-
S (m t s A IV 11 HI '-' Itt
u si 1-7 s a, I to I In
s l o to ss a iv a m
tl m 1 .11 i.'ki I in n in
I ini. ii in, p-m.
IZ 111 r, It ti II,
ti .si l - i an 7 iv 7i
Last quarter of tho moon, Apr, 2'J.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 bourn
10 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of ID?
lcgrces 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlu
jlow-s nt 1 30 p. m , which Is tho Bnmu
IP (Ireptiwlch, 0 hours U minutes. Sun
rind moon nro for local tlmo fur tho
SIR MORLEY'S FROORAM
)C W 3( IS M K M JC KM M W
It JIHSK H K A A 31 H JC JC K JC Ji
Thursday, A pi II 23.
Tug Knena, fioiu Pearl Harbor, 5: IT,
Sinn. Nlihiiu, Oness, fiom Amihola,
1:10 i in.
Stmr. Despatch, K Kokcrwlt, riimi
Prlday. April 21.
Stmr. Mnuna l.oa, Slnicrsnn, fiom
Komi, S u. in
Stmr McNicnu, Nichols, from Seat
tle, S a m.
K JC 3t 1 JC li X JC Jt JC 1C l JC JC JC
K JC X K ii K JC JC 5C X H JC ; JC X JC
Thui-silaj, Apt II 2.1.
Stmr Mik.ihnla, (licguiy, for Kmuil
ports fj p. m.
Am echr. And) Maliony, Jorscnson,
for Gray's llatbor, B p. m.
P M S. S. Korea, Snndbeig, Ttr
San I'ranclsco, 0:1G p. in.
n it Jt jc JC x c it t ;c tt n. j x )t
' SAILING TODAY
t; JC Ji )f Jt jc Jt ji c '(.ii : ' n jc jc jj
Sitcr Claiidlne, Hdiio'lt. for 11a
v ull and Maul pints, r p in.
ftni' Nih an, Mllchell, fur Knkul
in 1 lliimikaa .' p. m.
The expedition against the SSakkiiK, for which John Jlorley, Secie
I H) of Slate for India, is ultim.itel it -.pomdhV. must makn him le
touslder tome of his culler points of view. In his Intel' e.u-H he liu.f
lipen di.iwn fiom tlie iiulet of his llbuirj In thu uetttalllles of statesman
ship, but this Is the Hist iicliisIou uu vvhltli he has had to encounter tho
SIMLA, Indl.i. April 23. lliltlsh tumps nro being mobilized for u
punitive expedition against milling Afghan tllbes iie.il l't'oli.iwur.
The llrltlsh lmll.in aimy hns duo sittli expedition In tho Held, hav
ing two thousand llrltlsh nml eight thousand niillvo tioops In the ter
iltiir of the SCukku Khels, ono of the Afiltll tillies, whleli biougiit tlovvn
the vviath of the Indian Government h i.ilillun auim the fiontler, loot
ing villages ami taking prisoners. The Z.ikka Khels weie endeavoring lo
enlist suppoit fiom other Afi'Itll tllbes, nml It mnv be tliut u linger
forte Is being raided to put nn end to the tumble
is ranking the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door,
CALL UP 197.
Fine Job Printing at the Oulletln.
Always Has The Same Fine Flavor.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
clone by ths
v Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
2S8 Eoretanl St. Phone 1491.
jar BULLETIN ADS. PAY -TtXL
After reaching her dressing room
in tho theater nt Sioux City, Iowa
Ulanrho Walsh, tho nctress, beenmo
suddenly ill und her engagement was
A Most Excellent Assortment ot
IHE BEST 'TITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING" ST. PHONE 625.
THU STIIAMIIU NOKAU, Captain
Mitchell, sails at 5 o'clock this aftei
noon for Kukiilliaelo und Houtiki.i
with it lieav tin go.
TUB l.lTTI.i: SCHOONi:it Kali,
liiul nulled ftu Peail Harbor In h-ijlusi
this morning, to take on a cargo there
THU l.lTTI.i: SCIIOONHIt Hob ltoy
camo m this moinlng from 1'uuio.i
with u cargo of wood.
Till: MAUNA I.OA repoits tho
steamer llelene taking on sugar at
Tin: caih.i: supply ship riau
renco Ward arrived ut Mltlvvii) this
Tim ovnmiAUMNG rouci: mi
the Kluau Is hut-y rebiishlug the nnl
thi: sti:ami:ii niiiiau leiious
ho W. 0. Hall loading sugar at Ko-loa.
Temperatures fi u. in., 08; S a m ,
72; 10 a in., 72, noun, 75; morning
Ilaiomctcr. 8 a in., 30.0G; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 a in,, 6 GUI grains per
cublo foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m ,
77 per cent; dew point, 8 u. m (11.
Wind 0 a in, velocity 0, direction
S. n.; 8 a in , velocity 3, dlretMon W.;
10 a m velocity 7, dticctlou S. W.;
noon, velocity 3, direction S. W.
llalnfnll dining 21 hours ended 8 n
m., .00 Inch
Total wind movement during 21
liouis ended at noon, 111 miles,
Wit 11. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U S. Weather llureau
I.AKIIU'OOD. New Jcisey, April 23 -Kx-Picsltleut (Inner Clevc
l.ind, who has been 111 .it his home lieu- for some time, took a tli.ingo for
the worse todaj.
ti JC ! )t f Jt JC St 5C it JC Jt JC C JC
DUE TODAY '
51 Jt, SC V Jt t K U it it W f Jf it :t
111) r I.Ik, like Naorali from Hllu
and waj pons
KlSKKRItKiUltll it JC JC
' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
t JC W Ji X 3? K 5 Jf JC JS V. n K J5 Jt
Pi ttmr Kortu. Ban llurg. for San
I'mnePco, April 23, R p. in. A'lpisl
Dreler, wife nml nnld mil f.vc ihll
ilnii, Mis. I.. V. Newell nml child,
Miss Winston, Mis. K. II. Winston.
Mrs Duvall, MI'S l.a Malio Mha Pat
terhtin, Chas Plllsburj. wlfo and four
clilldieiu Mlrs WIiiHton Mln Palmer,
Ati'ii't Wnhl. M. 8. Grlubaiim, wlfo
nml innltl. Hear Admlial 3. W. Very,
V. K. I.Muan, V. II. Clark, A. 1,. Illack.
II. II. Vanzwell nml wire, W. A. Moses
and wife. Wm. Itohknm, Frank A.
Cummer, .1. II. Miller and wlfo, Mrs.
London, Miss Jolim-im, llamlolph
Cromptou, wlfo. child and governens,
Alexander I.oglo. Miss l.ogle. Amluoso
Wlrtz. wlfo ami child. 11. Waggoner,
Cniit. K. Coverhlll Junes. Jas. II. I.ove,
T. II. Cotter, A P. llrlggs n.itl wife,
II. V. Ilrlggs, wife nml two siillilrcn.
Per stmr. Mlknhala. tlregt-ry. April
2.1, !i p. in. O. II. Knlichlld and wife,
11. T. Ilarclay. A llancnerg. ako, u.
llamkc, i: Fernandez, J. 11. Cramer
and wife, K Palmer.
Jt JC Jt Jt, t l t JI Jt Jt 't 'I JC JC
k PASSENGERS ARRIVED
-1' it ii it i.- : H C '".' --' '"l ''
Pel btmr Maun.t I.ti'i. fmm Kona
and way pints. Aptll 21 Mis, A. H.
Ilarlim, Mlsn A. Ilarton. Mis. .1. W.
lleigklitim and child, Mustei lleig
utrom, II. T. Moore, Wm S. t'lillllng
vvtutb, It. A. McWayne, .1. W Di.ike.
V. T. P Wiiltrhoiihe, P Goodness, U
Onlslil, t'lns Guy, F. W. Peaso, J. II
WIIhiii. und 33 deck.
GEN. LINEVITCH IS DEAD
ST. PIITIIHSHUHG. Itussla, April 2'!. Genei.il l.lnevlteh, who sue
reeded "General Kuropatklu us tommaniler of tho lineal, in folic In the
Kusso-J.iiMUCho war, tiled heie today.
Lieut. Gen. I.lnevltth was In command ut Vladivostok when tho
.Inp.incbo war bcgim. After General Kuitipatklu lost tho battle of iluk
dtn, In which l.liiovltch seivetl ns u imps coniiiiniulcr, Kuitipatklu vvuu
iiealled und I.lpovltch succeeded him 'luo lattei those a silting du
ftnsive post, between .Mukden mid Hiirbtn, ami I hem w-us a deadlock of
ttventl weeks, whleli wns ended by thrt Tiualy of Poi tsnitmth,
FILIPINO BANDITS DEAD
MANILA. P. I.. Apill 21 Two bandit leaders, who hnd been cap
tuictl by tho troops nml sentenced to death, v.cio hanged today. Tho
pulillt was excluded fiom tho eet utltm.
NEBRASKA CYCLONE SWEPT
JOHN SPRECKELS SUCCEEDS
IIANCIIOI-T, Neb, Apill 23 --V tornado swept ntrosH Thurston
Couut todaj, killing Ihteo persons and lujiiilug a iiumbor of othuis.
TORNADO IN TEXAS
Sail Diego, April 8. John I),
Spiet-hels and his utttiitic), II. I..
Titus, letuined today fiom the City
of .Metlto, vvheio they have been for
some time. The put pose of the visit
was In t-erulo tertaln tontessloiis of
tho Moxlinn government for Iho San
Diego and Ailzonn rnllw.ty, Tho
visit was suttessful.
Willie on his return Mr. SpreckeU
was fiuoted us siting nt HI P,iso,
Tox., that the Uoek Island li-nl ulioiit'
dot Idetl to eitteud theli line to Yuma
In t tinned with the San Dlcgo and
Ailzomt and thus supply uu itnluok
en Hue from tho Pacific to the Atlan
tic. Tho confession which Mi. Spiet
kels seiured was for tho building of
tlio Sun Diego and Ailzomt load for
nbout 50 miles in Mexican teirltoiy
between lieio nml Yuma. The sui
veya showed u better grade tan hti
seemed Ihiough the inouiitalns by
letting the Hue dip below tho boiiud
ai). Some et client fanning leril
tory will be opened
I'AHIS, Toxns, April 23 Thlidlstilct wns vlsltied by a tornado to
day, a laigo number of poisons being Injured and ono Killed.
NEW YORK'S EXTRA SESSION
Al.HANY. N, Y, Apill 2.S Gtivtniitir Hughes has) culled an extl.l
u-bslon of thu New- Ytuk l.t-glslutiiie to tonvouu ou May 11,.
185 edltorla' -ooms 256 busi
ness office, These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
ROOSEVELT SIGHS ARHY BILL
WASHINGTON', I). C, April 23.
Army .Medical Dcmiitment bill.
-President Roosevelt baa signed the
GET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinp-hoat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that yon will wonder how wc con
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D. Walker,
Boct and Machine Works,
King noar AInpai.