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EVENING nt)!4J!TIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, luOS
WEEKLY CM EKBAB j
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular, 5 p. m.
All visiting momliors of ho
order are cordially Invited to
nttond meltings of lacul lodr.ee
HARMONY LOEGZ., Wi. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mnot pvurv Monday evening ul
7:30 In I. O. 0. V. Hall, Fort Slioot.
13. It. HENl'llT. Sccrttnr.T
HUN. V. VICKERS, N. G.
All visiting brutbera vary cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, HO. 2, K. OF P.
Meet ovory 2d ard Ith Tuculay
nf oach nfonth .it 7 30 li. in. nt K. 1'.
Hall, corner Fort anil Itorclahla Sts
Visiting Hi-others coidlnlly wclcom?
W. L LYLK, V C.
F. WALORON. K. of It. & 3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets everv first and third Fri
day ovcnlns .it 7-.". In K of r Unll
corner Fort and Ppici mlu VI Itlng
brothers rordlallv Invited to attend
A 0 PEERING. CO..
.!3. V. WHITE. KK.
gQKOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgu No. BIG, II. I'. O
W will meet In their hall on Kins
near Fort street every Friday even
ing. By order or the K It.
HENRY 0. KASTON,
VM. H. MclNERNY, E. 11.
Wtb.'M'KINLEY LODGE Nc.8, K.of P.
Meots every Saturday evening at
7:20 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and IJeretanU. Visiting broth
rs cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRA7.KH, C.C..
H. A. JACOI1SON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meats on the 2nd and Ith WED
NESDAY evenings of eacn tnoatli at
7-.X0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Boretanla and Frt streets.
Visiting Eagles arn invited to at
V. L. FRA7.EK, W Prast.
II. T. MOORK, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. H.
Meets ry flrat and third Tlmrs
laju of each month at Knights nf
Pythian Hall. Vlaltlng brothera cor
iially invited 'o attvnd.
J. TV. ASCII, Sachem.
A. K. MURPHY, C. of It.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR TRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
is making the Best Homo-nw.de Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. Tito
wagon will dl7cr at ycrar door.
CALL UP 1&7.
LUNCH US and DRINXS
Th most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F, HcTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 753.
Ftno Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Here's a Good One
Something the doc
tor will endorse if he
13 not prejudiced.
Scicntiflcnlly pure. A
tonio and always re
freshing in summer.
25 cents ft qunrt.
$2.50 the dozen.
Benson, Smith k
HOTEL nnd TORT STS.
RUN DOWN I
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING ST8.
ijajcjnffnarwgwuTf, gpanprarit". " J sraxn-
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
MERCHANT ST. ,
We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jcwslry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
. J. CARLO,
1018' NUUAHU near KING.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Bosten Bldg,
Cigar for Particulaf People,
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Zwa of Pishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EYBHY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CH0NG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BBTHEL
Dealers in Fnrnituie Mattresses,
Ets.. Etc. All kuds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
10-Ccnt Perfect Havana Cigar.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
'S3ST BULLETIN ADO. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
School days arc almost over for
I the summer and the holiday time
'may be snent nnvwherc without ex
pense by trviw1, the Bulletin Plan.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3G1.
l'nnatna hats cleaned at tha (llobc.
The Fleet Is doming. Let us clean
up the City.
The Htandatd Telephone may seek
n franchise extension l
An 1 1 all. in H'tildle nnd equipment for
sale See ail, this Incur.
Ring up Seolty's when you want a
sood auto ride. Phono 107.
Honk' Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Mc
l.eod. for tho ploaiantcst auto ride.
Wliltno & Marsh's nile of rem
linntH begins on Saturday tnoinlng.
The Scasldu cottages arc delightful
In tliu suuiir.or time. Kngagu u cot
tage now for tho loason.
Call at the Tax Office and ascer
tain what you owe while the assess
ment books for 1907 are open for In
tpeetlon to the public.
Tliu baseball teams aro Just begin
ning to play. You should get ac
quainted with the plajers by seeing
their picture at The Fashion.
Coat your Iron roofs with "AraUc''
Yoj -.fill fco surprised at Its coiling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Tho White Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho best sewing ma
chine, In tho world. Denny & Co.. Ltd.,
sgents. 1206, Fort street. Phone 4SS.
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxcellcnt order. The expert at ths
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
It Ih icp'Hted that Major Haan will
lecommciid tho establishment of a
Federal cmstnliiltniy foico In Hawaii
organized on somewhat tho namo lines
.is the Philippine Cnnstubiilarj.
We want ou to try tn ouo of our
SUIn-llloch suits In our stole, and see
for voursolf. In our glass, how close
It comes to jour personal requlic
ments. M. Mclticrny, Ltd., Fort and
Sam Steamboat, Ab.uahama, Wm.
Kalialewal mid .1. Mali! appeared In
the I'ollco Court this morning on a
thuigo of assault ami battery on Sup
erintendent M'-der of the Kakn-iko
Mission, The first two Imd their cases
nolle pressed, while the two latter
were sent to j.ill for sixty days each.
A Spanish woman, named Ma lie
(ionsalvcs Navarro, Is nt ptcHciil In
the (JiU'ciih Hosi'llnl as u result of
hlrtns caused by it potrnl or coffeo
Vltlcli whs tin own on bur by Louis
Marllln z. According to tho pollen shu
was trjlng to iour tho coffeo on the
man, but ho got tliu upper hand, nnd
she hersulf suffered In consequence.
vvtlllo Kaminu, the Hawaiian niacK.
smith whoso wife i an amuck at Kal-
niukl lust week during a-llt nf Insan
ity, has gotten Into toiibl') again.
This moinliig his mother, her Chinese
husband uud her daughter appealed
at tho polite station Villi a complaint
lo tho effect that Kahanit had been
citislng tiniiblo for them. Tin moth
er had boon caring for h's children
whilo Ills wife was ut tho asylum, and
Kptefday Kaliann wanted to take
them back. Tho mother aiHIsed
ng.ilirit thU and was loundly cursed
for her pains. Now tneru Is a war
rant out for tho an est of Ilttlu Willlo
pn it clinrgo of profanity.
Mr Morgan has placed his offlco on
Knahumauu street at tho disposal of
tho vniloits committees of tho Fleet
as a down town headquarters.
Tho Decoration Committee will
meet thcio nt 4 o'clock this afternoon,
Tcmiieratutes 0 a. in., fill; S n. in.,
7C; 10 n. in., 71; noon, 70i; morning
llnromelcT, S a. in., :iU)7; iihsolulu
humidity, S a. m., :i.73 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
CR per cent; dow point, 8 a, in., fit.
Wind C a. m., velocity 1, direction
N; S a in., velocity 2, direction N.j
10 n. in., velocity 7, direction S. W.;
linon, velocity U, direction S. 12.
Rainfall timing llfhour.s elided 8 a.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 129 miles.
WM. R. BTOCKMAN,
Section Dlreotor, U 8. Weather Bureau
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record May 12, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Caillo i: fiodfipy by ntty to Kst of
Mary A dray Rel
Clans SpreeVels & Co by atty to
Mary A. dray Rcl
Caroline i: Gndfiey lo James I, Mc
Lean et al D
James I, McLean and wf et nl lo
Chins Sprcckels & C M
Mrs Kaplka Hoopjl to Malaea Mo
list of L Altlo by tidnif to Charles
A lliov.n ,., D
(lei man S.iv & Loan Soc ot al by
Tr to F.lla A C Long Tr . . . . Par Rel
Llla A O Long Tr to Kdwnrd J Lo
J II Cnstlo and wf to Mm Nannlo R
I.lzzlo K Piiahl and hsb to W A Mey
Entered for Record May 13, 1908,
from 9 a. m, to 10:33 a. m.
Kst of Anna R Howland by Admr to
II F flowinnd ; Rol
Kst of A W McWnyne by admr to
I.ury H McWnynii AL
II II Ronton to T Clivo Davlcs et
Experienced sowing nsslstant for
waists nnd skirts. Apply Madame
Lambert, Harrison lllock, 4001-3t
IN f Pile
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednetcday, May 13.
YOKOHAMA-Arlted May 12:
S. S. Hungkong Maui, hencu May I.
PORT OAMIILi:- Sailed May 13:
Am. schr. Robeit I-wcih, for Ho
KAIIULUI Sailed Mm 12:
S. S. Nebraskan, for San Francisco.
7t K 5 ill Jt U K i Kit 2t 5f JC S
1 WATERFRONT NOTES
a So M St S K K X X X X X It K K It
ALAMEDA GOES OUT.
Tho O. S. S, Alameda sailed at 10
o'clock this morning for San Fran
cisco, with n good list of cabin pas
sengers, anil a general cargo of
freight. Hlio nlfo carried n big hunch
of mall bags. The ltojal Hawaiian
baud played ns muni, and (hero wn
a big crowd oh the pier as the steamer
Among (ho passengers wero n mini
her of prominent Honolulu people.
Theiu wcio nlso two olllcers from the
Brazilian training ship Denjamlu Con
stunt, which was in this port last
week. Ono of' the (wn Is sick, ami re
turning homo nnd tho other Is nccom
panlng him on the way. They are
L. do Sn ltobello and J. do D. Ilran
dim, Jr. ,
Joo Cnno, n brother of Jack Cano,
the Oust puglllbt. v,an abnatd In the
Tlic collier i:t:etin. t'aiit'tlu F. W,
Pulls, cainu Into port this morning
2J (lays out of Newcastle with abiuil
"(lOir tons dead weight, bringing coal
for the inter-lsliind people. The liaal
had nice weather all the way, and no
Incidents pn tho oj.ig. except for an
nltct cation between the chief eiiglncei
and tho second oirtccr.
TRANSPORT FOR ORIENT.
The V. S. A. T. Slieildnn sailed at
II o'clock (his morning for the Orient
after taking on nun ions of coal In thW
port, nnd making a stay oer night.
It was thought (hat hhe could not co.il
In time lo gut awaj . hut she went out
. tehc-luled. While lure, shy alsc
took on u quantity of treth water.
TEXAN WITH MAIL.
Tho A.-1I. S. S. Texan Captain Hall.
urilvcd In port this moiulng, fiom Sri
Frauclhco, bringing mall, nnd an aver
age cargo of general freight. Shu will
leao this port nn .Sunday next for Kit
hiilul, Kaaiuipiill. and lllln. to take on
about 12,200 (mis of sugar for Sallni
Till: RLVL'NUi: CUTTKR Manning
should have been In Ibis port some
time iicii, pcii as early at the latter
pait of Match, had It not been for an
accident at Alaska, when sho went on
the rocis. and had to go to San Fr.uv
claco to lii overhauled. The local cus
toms authorities ii-celwd word es-
terda that thoy wero to sidcrtlo for
bids on supplier, which Indicates that
Hip boat Is wioil to bo hero. They
have adwrtltcd for bids ns directed
Tin: sti:ami:r kinau came in
from her Kauai rim this morning,
bringing few pisscngers In tho cabin
but rpdie a crowd on deck. She had a
small cargo, consisting of MOO lugs
sugar, S empty gis drums, .12 empty
..!.... i i.. irn I...... .... rit
v.iiiiT u.ltl'l. IUU lias.) I'll", x1' iicm
honey, and C9 packagua sundries.
Till: AMERICAN SCHOONER Oka
noge made iiort about 9:3.1 o'clock this
morning, 28 days out of Port Canni
bal!, Mllh about 900,000 fPPt of IiiiiiIh'I.
Slip hail an uneventful passugo, ami
lilce weather all tho way down.
TIIK N1!XT Aiiierlpan-Ilawall.iii
boats leaving tliu Coast for this pil
will bo Iho Virginian from San Finn
clseo on tho 20th, ami tho Nnvad'in
from Heatllu mid Tacoma on tliu 27th.
Till: AH. S. S. ALASKAN Mils nt
5 o'clock this evening fiom Kuhulul
for S.in Francisco, with 90uo tons of
-sugar below hatches,
TIIK INTKR-ISLAND Btcamer Ml
Itahal.i, Captain Tiillutt, arrived early
this morning fiom Mukawcll, with
4Sr,0 h.igs of 4V sugar.
TIIK INTKR-ISLAND htcameis sail
lug late jpsterday wero: W. (1. Hull,
ti p. ni , Nocau, 5 p. m.; uud Ko An
Hon, G p. m,
TUP. A.-H. S. S, NKIIRASKAN left
Kuhulul last evening for San l'r.m
Cisco, cairylng 3300 tons of sugar.
A woman by the namo of Klua litis
bet n anosleil on n charge of assault
on n Hawaiian man, who was found
bleeding mid senseless on tho lot near
the situ of tho old Kuumakiiplll
church. Tho man had been biully tut
by home tJiarp Instrument, uud was so
wotk from tho loss of Wood that ho
was unable to glvo an account of the
altalr. Tho woman wnti found near
tho plnco and Is suspected of being
tliu guilty parly.
A Most Zxetllent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING SI. PHONE 525.
Surprise your eyes by having them
fitted with a pair of classes that aro
RIGHT. You can get them at
A. N. SANFORD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
friio limit liilercatlup 'ii.. f i"
stock oM'hango pessli i tni'i uiurut.ig
was the sale of n lot Paauhau plan
tatlon htock In seei ' blocks at ca
lled prices. Tho two lirgest blocks,
consisting .of 500 slimcii each, wero
purchased from Coast holders by Win
Williamson of tho Henry Watcrlmtisu
Trust Company, and sold to local par
tloB nt $18.50 nnd J18.7.') lespectlvely.
tho good price being accounted for by
tho fact that tho buyer has u nlnct
day opdon. Another block of 23
shared was nlrn brought by Wllllum
son from the Coast, and wan sold to u
local buyer nt J18.7",. while another
salo was mado of fifty Bharca from
and to local parties at S18.23. Tho In
terest shown locally In Paauliau is ac
ci edited to ho due. to tho general gnud
condition of llaniakua plantation prop
erty. mmm n the
tub to m
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion llalibltt liaa placed a great b'g
bulletin board In his offices In tin'
iuillclary building which Is plastered
otcr with letters and Informal Ion rc-
gaidtng the Summer School sessions
of tho Colleges on the Coast for tho
benefit of teaelieiH who tiro conteni-
plating a o)age to tho mainland th's
Of main Intereit, of couise. Is tho
iuforinatioii icgnrdliig tho thlity
teacliers wlio will bo given their pas
sage on I'nlted Stales Army traus
poils to the Coast. Although noth
ing exactly dellnltp has yet been ilo
Mdcd nn regarding tho method by
Willi li the lucky "Schoplmnrms" will
Defeat Race Track Gamblers
I.OCKPOltT, N. Y.. May 12.-- The special election hore Tor Staty
Senator lesullcd lu the election or t he iintl-racetrack "candidate.
The light against rare-track gambling Is the center of interest In
New York Statu at the pieseut time. The hill against raco-trnck gam
bling passed the Lower llouco and was defeated by one' vote In the Statu
Senate. Tho light was led by Uorornor Hughes, who Immediately on
adjournment called an extra tension of tlio Legislating
gone lo the Piesldeut.
C, May 12.
This measuie canies tho Peail
SWEEP OF TORNADO
LINCOLN. Neb.. May 12. A
tornado swept thiough four towns lu
Nebraska today. Many people weio
killed nnd lnjmcd and there was
grcuf loss of pioperty.
JAPANESE AT WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON. I). C, May 12.- A
Japanese Iliiaiuial delegation was re
ceived by tho President.
Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 24, '08.
Stoddard-Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton Ohio.
Model "K" wins first iu $2700 class, first in $3500 class, first
in $3500 and over, defeating all entries regardless of H. P.; also
special time prize winning hill record.
Our first car of the Stoddard-Dayton make.
Conic and see it,
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
WASHINC.TON, 1). C, April
. 28. Commenting upon tho do- it
i. bate on tho amendment to In- ft
it eiense the number of hattlo- it
ships from two to four, Senator it
Flint said today: ,
"Wlillo I regret exceedingly it
i. t the Scnato did not nppro- it
priale for four battleships, 1 'J
consider n gieat deal was tic- .'.l
' ci .npllshcd, ns It has been con-
i 'tied thai two ndillllouitl bat- it
leshlps will be appropriated for
ut the session of Congress nnd
that tho discussion will result .'.'
In great bencllt to tho Pacific '.'
't Coast for the lenton (lint tho it
't iittcutlon of t'ougiess has been ii
called to the fnct that tho Pa- it
elite Coast has been neglected i'i
In tho matter of fortifications .'
i nnd In naval stations. 1 be- V.'
.V- Hove that Congress npprcclates it
that there should bo tit least ..
it three naval stntiohs on tho Pa-
',' clllc Coast with dry docks sulll- '.'
X- clelit to take (ho largest ves- it
it fcIs; that all tho jirlnclpal it
it points along tho coast should it
sV bo fortified, and that Pearl .'
it Harbor should be nwdo n :'.'
it strongly fmtlflcd naval base for it
it the Paclllc Coast." it
it it it it it it ii ii ii ii H it X -X- it
Tho Hudson-Fulton celcbrntlou
commission of New York announce!
Hint tho week of Sept. 27, 1909, wlb
I io made n memorable ono in the IiIb
lory or American institutions.
Joseph Letter of Chicago and
Washington Is soon to marry Mlsi
Juliette Williams of Washington, ac
cirdlng to tho Washington Post.
bo selected, Mr. llabbltt Is placing
nil Information posslhlo within reach
ot those deslious of making tho trip
as guests ot the Government, unJ
therefore tho bulletin-board.
The teachers will havo to pay
board to tho extent of ?1 per day on
A letter has come
from the Major nnd Depot (Juartcr-
master ut Washington to tho local
Depot Quaiturmastor, telling him tc
arrange for the accommodation cl
not more than thirty teacliers who
will leave fiom hero on about July 0.
A similar letter hail been sent to the
Quartermaster ut San Francisco toll
ing him to arrange for iclurn trans
portntlon for tho teachers,
Tho Naval Appioprlatlon bill has
SIMFKUPOL. Riibsla, May 12. In
mi outhic.ik of iirlMiuers many es
caped, wounding tho Gpvernor uud
killing tho Deputy Governor, the dod
tor, nnd two wardens.
WASHINGTON, I). 0.. May 12.
Tliu visiting Governors of Stutes nnd
Territories dined this evening nt tho
It is a peach.
K B K E K K R K V, K K X'X SltK
K W K 3C K it X, K X HSKHX )t
Wedneedny, Mny 13.
Klmr. Mlltnhnla, Tullett, fiom Mnka
well, 5 ii. in.
Stmr. Kinau, Qregory, from Kiiual,
3.07 a. m.
Kugllsh stmr. Klvnstou, Putl, fiom
New cnstlo 9 a. ut.
AAI, S. S. Texan, Hall, from Sim
Francisco, lu u. m.
Am. sclir. OKimogan, fiom Port
Campbell, 9:3(1 n. in.
X iCK K K X M K ii K M K M M K JO
U X )t E JI 1 K H, X H K 3C K 3C 55
Wcdiiusday, Mny 13.
O, H. S. Mauiedii, Dowdell, for San
Finticlsro, 10 n, in.
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, for Manila,
via Nagasaki, 11 a. in.
it CI n M ft K tl . X H ft 5 Jt 'A it
Per stmr. Kinau, (Iregory, from
Kauai ports, .May 13, 3.07 a. in. It,
, . I). Illllr and wife, Mrs.
Delnert, J. A. Hogg, K. llroadbent,
Mrs. Chapman nnd child. Tan Wo. W.
C. Schlerer, C. S. Christian nnd C3
i if n e a it k n it rt H :c r
" PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for
San Francisco, Mny 13, 10 a. m.
MIbs F. O. Anderson, O. 1;. lllgclow,
Mrs. lllgclow and child. Lieut. T. A.
Urandas, Jr.. W. R. llooth, Mrs. Booth,
Mrs. C. H. Chudboiirae. Miss Chad
bourne, T. M. Church, J. C. Cohen,
Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. A. V. Cooke. Miss II. '
Cooko, Miss C. Cooke, Miss K. Fish,
.Miss M. Fisher. P. A. Oarvie, Mm.
Cleilach, O. Gordon, Mrs, (lordon, Mru.
1. T. (liillck, Mrs. C. M. Hyde, I). Jnm
loson, Alex. Lylo,. R. Meeker. A. W.
Myer, J. F. Morgan, II. Morvay, Lieut.
. do S. Rabello, II. Renton, Mis. Hon
.on, Mlfcs Renton, R. W. Robinson. C.
U. Shepard, .Mrs. Shepard, T. II.
Str.vker, Mrs. Sugehlro and child, .1.
I. Sullivan, J. VIorra, K. A. Wilson,
Mrs. J. S. Wood mid child, I). Lappcr
kin. Per stmr W. 0. Hall, May 12, for
;aual. Mis. R. Robinson, A. S. Wll
ox and wire, Miss Wilcox, (1. N. Wil
cox, T. Aynvvn.
Per Btmr. Iwnlnnl, Mny 12, for Maul
mil Molokal. II. II. Judd, .Mrs. L. II.
Woods nnd two children, Illshop LI
tfU SAYS CHINA AND
AMERICA ARE UNITED
NKW YORK, N. Y., April 21.
Icmlog messages of peaco and good
vill fiom the Celestial Empire nnd
txprcsslng the conviction that tho ic
latlons between China and tho United
States will become closer day by day,
Wu Ting Fang, Minister rrom China,
ipcaklug, tonlglit at tlio banquet of
tho American AhIuUc Association at
.Himonlco's, made his first public nd
Jrcss slnco his return to America.
The uvv aliening of China to West
ern civilization nnd tho broad Indus
trial Held opened In consequence to
mcrlcau trade were themes intcicst
iiigb; developed tonight by Jtidgo L.
1. Wlllloy of Shanghai and John
Jarrett, director of, tho Internatlon
il llurcau of American Republics,
loth of whom shared with Wu Tilig '
"nng tho honors of the evening.
'u Ting F.mg was welcomed with
hcers and applause by tho diners.
"In tho history of tho Iiilercoursu
letwceit China uud America thoio
las been no time when thero were so
'ovv matters of contiovcisy requiring
ticutmcnt. Thcro Is no mist or clouds
inch as 1 am sorry to say existed
omo eurs ngu, mid which happily
litvo been dispersed. In this conucc
Idn I nm rereriing to tho Incident
.vhich Is well known to you nil I
iicaii tho boycott on American good.1.
"China's, relations with America
ilways will ri'iualii friendly. It H
iiittiral that they should bo so when
you consider Hint jour policy Is Jus
Ico mid fair play mid on our sldu
'lnnesty nnd stinlghtforvv.irdness. No
nine misunderstandings, f feel sure,
an occur in tho future, and tho re
lationship between tho two countries
vfii beconio closer day by day."
MASSACHUSETTS FOR TAFT.
Huston, April 12. Although tho
Massachusetts delegates to the Re
publican national convention will not
o Instructed to vote for Tuft for pre
sident, It is understood that (hey will
lo so. A compromise was effected ut
ho btnto convention whereby It vvim
igieed not to Instruct tho delegates
or Tuft, but to Inset t u plank iu tho
latform tinting Hint "Wo till luco'i
nlzo that u majority ot tho dolegitcs
o tho convention desire his iiomlnu
lion " Tho dclcgitcB nt largo arc
Senators I.odgo nnd Crano, ux-Oo-ernor
Long und Col. Sldnuy O. Hlgncy.
Resclutlona vvcrj adopted Indorsing
lov. Cirlls Guild Jr. as a cuudldito
for Iho vice-presidency and advocat
ing a "who lovl Ion of tho tariff."
r,h o-inilnn t thi- Bullatln
GET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have, it ready
in no time, and the price jtill be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done It, however; so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Aktpni,