Newspaper Page Text
BVENINO RUMJ5TIN. HONOLULU, T II., THURSDAY. MAY II, 1H0S.
1, . m
Honolulu Commandcry Reg
ular, S p. in,
All vlvltltic members of (tia
rtir are eordlally invited to
tuti4 nuttings of local lodgei
gAEHOlCf L0DG2, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
MmU errv Monday eTenlnc 6t
I $J In I 0 O if. 11 All. "ort 3tiet.
i: R HIINDUT, Secretary
mix r. vicscHua, n. o
All vUltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTIC L0DGE,N0. 2, K. OF P.
Meoti everv 2d and 4th 1 mutiny
of each month nt 7 in p m at K. 1.
Hall, corner Kurt and llerctanln Sts
Milting Brother cordlall) welcome.
tt L LYLE C C
I' WALDROX. K of It. & 3.
OAHU LODGE. Ho. 1. K. of P.
Meots eer first and third t'rl-
day evening at 7 30 In K at P Hall,
corner Kort and llcrctanla. Visiting
brothers cordlallv invited to attend.
A 0 DEER1NG. C C,
J V WHITE. Kits.
B0H0LULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodco No. 610, B. P O.
K.. will moot In their hall on King
sonr Fort i'ut eery l'.rlday even
B order or the K II.
HENRY C. EASTON,
,- , ,. . Secretary
Wil. ILiktlNlinNY. B. It.
M ' fll "
7m. M'KINLET LODGE Ho!8, K.rf P.
Meets every tlaturday evening at
t:8 o'olock In K. otP. HalU cor
and Beretanla. Visiting nroui-
eerdlally Invited to attend, ,
W. L. rilAZEE, CO.,
B. A. JACOUSOX. K U a.
MHOLULU ARIE 140, F. 0. E.
ilMts on tb 2nd ,and 4th WHO
nHOAY vvtaiats of each moath at
Til o'olock In K. of P. Hall, corner
relABla and Kort streets.
YJrftlng Qaglsa are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, Yf.. Prost.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
5AWAUAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meots ery rlrst and third Thurs
toyo of each mouth at Knights nt
rytaian Hall. Visiting brothers for
lally lBTltsd o attend.
J. V. ASCH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Sprinrj Flovcrs, New Ribbons,
FwUiprs and Hate Are Arrived.
Wrsfwmss made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
80 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
i. uViiii' tha Best Home-made Bread
i. i.wn Be sure and try it. The
ynfon will delivr at your door.
CALL UP 197.
L U N'O H Z S and DRINKS
Tie most popular
v'v plaoo in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St, near Fort.
Jack Boully. Jek Roberts
Tie lest Whiskey on the Market.
TH08.,f. MeTIGHS & CO., AGENTS.
101-101 KING ST.
PHONE 140,' P. 0. BOX 755,
""pine Job Printing it the Bulletin.
Here's a Good One
- . ,,
Something the doc
tor will endorse if he
is not prejudiced.
Scientifically pure. A
tonic and always refreshing-
25 cents a quart.
2 50 the dozen.
iBenson, Smith &)
r uu'l --M
k HOTEL and FORT SIS.
c4E ,raTitASKffcrtrri?jUi -, i
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KTHB STS.
"vVINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,'
PIERCE-ARBOTC and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmaxket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CH0NG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BHTHBL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
Eto., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
BER0STR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
10-Cent Perfect Havana Cigar.
M. A. Gunst & Go.
BULLETIN ADO. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
School days are almost over for
the summer and the holidav time
may be snent anywhere without ex
pense by tnine the Bulletin Plan.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Panama liati elenned at the Uloha.
King up b'cotty'a wiien you want A
good auto ride. Phone 107.
Honk' Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Mc
Lend, for tho plensantost auto ride,
L. A Androvvs and A. Horner were
among the nrilvals yesterday In the
Go to nny of tho hotels or chilis or
first class Baloons and ask for Tan
snn You -vC 111 get It.
The Seatldu cottages are delightful
In thu summer time. Engage a cot.
(ago now for the season.
K Dalmurii has vnrloty of house
hold goods In his furniture store on
Hcictnnla street Wulklkl of the main
Call at the Tax Office and ascer
tain whst you owe while the assess
ment books for 1907 are open for In
spectlon to the public.
Coat our Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Yoj 'fill ko surprised nt Us coollne
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co agents.
The White family notary (lock nnd
chain stitch) Is the beat sowing ma
chine In the world. Benny & Co , Ltd ,
agmts, 1266, Fort streot. Phone 438.
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxccllent order. The expert at th
Ikwniian Office Specialty Co., ltd,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
L Aho the Nuiiauu trcet moi
chant, In Belling Homo bcnutlful rib
lions In tnffctn, satin and Dresdens at
low prices. Ladles should not miss
at mi ma
This afternoon, a lull dress lelnnrs
nl of "The Rose Maiden" Is being held
nt tho Opera Jlouse. and It Is btlug
attended bj lumitrcilR "f the smaller
school children who would not be able
to go to tho rrldaj night peiroimancc
This rihxnrt.il will bo as good as
tho llnlshed production, u-i tho sing
ts will hne a full audience anil will
iindoubiedl) put tbtlr best efforts Into
.his last reheirsai before tho "bU
The chorus la In tho best possible
foi in, nnd Mr Stanley I.hlngston Is
erj gratified at thu results that huu
been achleed by Ihu hard training
they hne leeched. The concert to
morrow night will be one of the greit
est musical treats that has eMr been
heaid In Honolulu, and uverjhod who
loves good music should gut n ticket
at Wall, Xlchols Co. nt once.
But In addition to the chorus, which
In Itself would be well worth the price
of admission, time will be some of the
best Milolsts of tho city. Mrs Bruce
MeV Mackall, the soprano soloist. Is
too well known to need nn Inti nttc
lion and Messrs C C Edmunds and
Chester Livingston aro sure to delight
their nunicnce with their singing
These local boloists will be nsslstcd
by Mrs Dr O'Bay, a contralto from
the East. Sho has a full, rich uilcc
and a line expression.
HAWAII WILL NEED
While Chief of Detectives Tn.vlor
was In San Francisco ho was advised
by Chief of Police Illggy of the gieat
advantage which tho Terrltor) would
snlu b hnvlng a few Coast detect
ives sent to Honolulu nt the time of
tlie urilvul of tho Fleet iu this poit
A laigu number of crooks had been
coming to tlie Coast during the stny
of the I'leot there, and detectives hnd
been sent for fiom all parts of the
United State to watch them, Illggy
thought It was very probable that
many of these crooks would go to
Honolulu nlso, mid us n consequence
some deteetives fiom tho mainland
who vveie familial with them would
bu needed to look after them.
Iho local poliie department thinks
the uuggextlou a gubd one, but funds
are lucking to lany It out, although,
as the detectives could piobably Hav
el on tiunsports, theie would not he
a veo great expense Involved. Tho
matter ma) be suggested to the Su
pervisors San rrmclhco, May (T Professor
K Koch of German), one of tho most
prominent and inteiestlng scientists
in thu modem medical world. Is n
guest nt the ralrinont with ids wife.
Profesbor Koch Is on his wny to Hono
lulu imiJnpiu to muku nn Investiga
tion of lepros) on tho ground that it Is
a germ disease and tan bo communi
cated by smell as well ns by bodily
Thu dlstlngiilthed scientist Is tho
discoverer of bacillus of tuberculosis
ind 111 1SSI got n prlK or 100,000
marks fiom tho (lei man Government
foi his famous discover of tlie chol
era geim, His lemarkablo Inmili) in
to tho course of tho sleeping sickness,
in Afilcin lelhgtiry, which afftcts thu
beasts and natives Iu certain pints of
that country, Is now a part of modem
meiiical reseat th
He spent eighteen months In the
Lake Victoria X)nnzi district study'
Ing tho dlseabo nnd Its effects and
omul It was caused by the tsetso fly.
He found Iu tuirf that tho fl) fecdB on
the b'ood of ciocodlles and tho hip
popotamus and from that bourco got
the pulton which utrecled tho natives
and beasts It lilt lie round a rmuody
tor this poUon which is called atoxllo.
The Weekly Edition of the Zvenlna
J Bulletin gives a complete summary of
, ,,r,B v (IIS Ufl.
IN 1M PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAH
Wednescday, May 13.
YOKOHAMA Arlvod .May 12
S. 8. Hongkong Mam hence Mny 1
POUT GAMBLE s.lled May 13,
Am. schr ltohci' I;crs, for Ho
nolulu KAHULUI Sail, Ma 12'
S. 8. Nclirnsknn fr San TranclRCO
ti WATT.TtrRONT NOTES X
i ii am HiKuzHitaiiiiiii
lug. Just Iwrl
alsoo Hhu Ii
u n tall ami smart
i p i Kirt this morn
1 us out of Snn I'r.iu
J ii) tons of geuirnl
ii irllclea being now
ii i caps She had two
ilus' calm on iht waj down or sho
would hno i
even n faster run
Tho bmt lcfi
that tho Mai
hound for II i
it at tho mine tlmo
loliuson, the bark,
t.ent out. but she
i from the Miinie
tight In ns r.ibln bo
known on thu watei
tlgger Sho i
A CAULK II - IIEEX iciolwd by
Hnckfeld A. I announcing that the
I'. M. 8. 8. M i ' hurla sailed fiom Yo-
knliamt or il ( o.ist la this port.
ulio.ird liiOO tons of
sill She his ucconi
:i pissengeis In the
frelgbt Tor h
The Chin i
fiom the Orb
fulfill, and '
l ii b Is duo tomoirow
i lugs about 300 tons
il hue nil the loom
ii, eibln passengeiH,
who may wHi in i'o out, wlille the
Korea conn t n fiom thu Coast to
inonou wltli ll mis cargo
THE DAM. M DUE. mm 2U3 il.ljs
out of Xuifolk ' .i Tor this port, wns
nuofed on Mm ill at 55 per cent, and
tho rate was m, ulll going up. Thu
chances that -.1 took tlie other wa
round tint wi'i! iu seeing tint she
could not mnk, tin IIoiu, rapidly ill
niltiis.li ua tin - ,la k mark ts left
behind, as sin liould have made the
passage In Hi i time in nln.tmt nnj
THE MI b ALASKAN Captain
Xlchols left i hi art nt G 30 p 111
vesterilav, sailing foi Kahuliil, whuie
tdio will ioid -agar befoic Hilling for
Sail Franclsm "n the run which has
bcn filled b tin Xebraskau
TUP. HERMAN HARK HOLYWOOI)
ivhlch has been anchoiid Iu tho
st i cam since n king thin port from
Peru, mull sht could bu fumigated foi
rates, was tliil up at the Huckfeld
wharf this morning
TUP. AMEItlCAN U.ukentlno Cur
(Is, vvlileh ijinui into port fifln South
Ameilcn thu other da with u foul
bottom. Is on the miihiu railna) be
ing ecrnpud and painted.
The British ship Celtic Monarch,
Captain Lcwtlljn, Balled fur Snn l'ran
cIrco today, aflct u.oving outside es
lerday afternoon to an anchorage
THE P M S. 8 KOREA should
bring In mail limn the Coast tumoi
row. and the China should bring In
mail from thu Orient.
1XTEH-ISLAXD STEAMERS dti
tunnrrow nro the W tl Hall, Mlka
hula, and Ke An lieu .
THE IXTER-ISLAXD ktoamir Kl
nan sails at 5 o'clock tills ufteiuuini
foi Kauai ports.
HIE STEAMER MAl'l, Iliubn balls
for I'apaalo.i nt 5 o'clu k this utter
The lto.wil Hiiwaliau liiiml will t,lto
u concert this evening at the Siarldc
dm lug illuuer uml during Hie Inleiinlb
blons of tho dunces. Tables will be
tcbcivcd by all those c illlng S11 fur
tllimir Captain Ilergei has un mgtd
n tu.it in tho music line fm tonight
All are coidlally Invited tn lie present.
mm mm eji"
- FEES; a PROTEST
Auulhcr MagooiOscnndal in iv leap
into piomlueiKO as a usult of the 111
Ing of an objection b) W C chl til
the comt's allowing H50 Iu all us
fees to Magoou foi appealing Iu court
uml filing tho final accounts of Antoue
J. A Magoon asks llmt $250 bo nl
lowed lilin for appearing in touit In
behalf or tho t state, and aim that $100
bo allowed for the filing of tho Una!
nrcountB This Athl claims Is exets
give, and pi ot lists It on that ut count
gey BULLETIN AD3 PAY -qui
A Most Excellent Aucchueut of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525.
A. N. SANFORP,
EYES EXAMINED and
BOSTON BLDG., Over Mny & Co,
HltH BRIKGS m
The M, X. 8 8 llllonlaii nrrhcil
In port se'tcrday nfteinoon, nflei
aniiounLlng hoi Impending arrla!
hv wheless. lirlntrlnir u.tli her light
nletcs of ordli.inio foi i 10 D mil
Head fortifications, us . !! iu a num
ber of pasellgeis for tills poll,
about snno Ions ger, at inigo, aiid
ii big ileiklo.ul of live Mock. Sho Is
nt present nt tlie regular Matsou
wliaif. but will go to the Railroad
wharf tomoiiovv for the ptnpose of
unloading tin big guns, vvhleh can
not be handled on thu wlinrf where
rhu now lies Tlie tackle of the ship
lould be uied to get them out of tho
bold all right, hut there would bo no
wa of handling them onto the
trucks when thej weio once nn tho
ground 'I he big cranes nt the tint I
road wharf will handle them
The llllonlaii was only a few hours
nt sea when she passed the big At
lantic I'leet of alxteen battleships
uinl about twenty other tiaft, steini
lag towaid San Krnticlsco The Mat
son boat dipped her Hug as each of
the ships passed, and Hie Halttrn was
letltrned She hove to so that the
pHHFcligerii uml crew might get tlie
full benelll of Hie sight, nil well as
out of unities.
The lllloulni bhoiilil have mad"
this port da) bufoiu uitenlav, but
got the r.ue opportunity of seeing
this bpcftatlc 111 di ft n lug the de
parture (rnm Sin Kiamlseo for one
" U'lfeless Opmiitnr Swltei reports
that lje could heir talk bttwieu (he
Atlautlfi.nnq Pacific I Itcts, by wire
lets, hut could hot make out mans
of the messages on m count of their
being mostl) Iu clphei. He could get
the inessagiisKfor thret; dnB
The full cargo of the llllonlnn
coua'lsted of 35 mules, il horses, 8
rams, and a lot of pigeons Resides
the 200 tons of mutcrlal for the for
tifications ut DlUiuoftd Head she car
ried u bout 2000 tons liny hnd general
goods. She hud tliil tj-seven cabin
and six steerage pnsscngcis.
. BuHetih' Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
, Japan's Firm Opposition
PEKIN, China, May 13 Japan has refubed to modify the opposi
tion slielius advanced against tho building of the Tslumitntcn railroad,
a Hue which' will promote tho tiade of Ru'ssl.i In Mnuihuila. An agree
ment has been reached, however, botvveen thc'Chineso and Japuncbo Gov
ernments over the Yulu river tlmbor dispute
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Mny 13. A1
toinado did considerable damagu In
Louisiana today, boveial persons be-
ing killed and property damaged.
CHINESE REBELS REPULSED
IM'tflV. rUilini Mm 1
oliitlonlsts In tlie provlnto of Yun'
nan have been repulsed b) the Im
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 24, '08.
Stoddard-Dayton Motor Car Co, "Dayton Ohio.
Model "K" wins first in $2750 class,.first in $3500 class, first
in $3500 and over, defeating all entries legardless of H. P.; also
special time piize winning hill record.
Our first car of the Stoddard-Dayton make.
Come and see it.
Von Hamm-Young Co:, Ltd.
"I Iiiim- Ii id It railed to 111) niton-
Hon that u inpci s ild to bo tonnoetcd
with miir of the Atherlons Is making
i gteat fuss about the employment j,f
1 few Inpancse carpentors'at the Un
.a House," said a business man this
'I don't see whnt that element can
lno to say about tho employment of
Jupnncsc, If J on lino sun a photo
g. aph of the cornerstone laying nt
I'uinbou, ou will sec :i jnpaneso
nciknian promtnintly In thu fore
"i mud The onl) workmen I see
lbout the now addition to Central
Union church mo Jupanesu
nny lio v.nltcrs or clerks.
von will find that Thiodoro Richards
Is Iu charge of the Congress of Hong
So why don't tlie) pick tlie moto out
of their own eve before taking a smalt
newspaper correr In which to throw
Mil HAS MS
That Claudius Mellrlde Is making
strenuous efforts In Sail 1'rnnclseo In
the vv.i) of fittingly lepiesenttng the
Terrltoiy Is tho report of n local gen
tleman who r'ecentl) leturned from
the Coist The gentle Claudius has
hail all the inv Ilntlons which were
elcnded to Cmeinoi Trear passed
over to Jilm. nnd he Is now hobnob
bing vvitli (lovcrnorrt, Ma)ois and nil
the othel high ofllelnls of the (loldeu
Slate He reprtsented the Terrltoiy
nt the vailous ciiteitiilnmciits which
wore glvtu on the arrival of the
I'leet, nuch ns tho Oovcrnoi's ban
(iiet. the Mavoi's liamiuct, mid vail
(mi halls and ollUlal ciitertuliiincnls
While Mi llrldo Hills feoN nssiunl
Hint the Terrltor) 's end, tin the Cotst
Is Iu safe hands, lie Is not bo sure
that the total aiiangenienls will be
in oiioi II taken xaru of. lie coin-
ppluiiied Iu Hie gentleman icferred to
above that he feared Hint the local
people vveiu going at muttcis on un
entliely wiong tnck, uml that It
would be the pint of wisdom to let
him place his mush r-hand on the
Pittsburg, always In Iho lead, will
spilng a novelty nl the baseball
giounds this season, snyH (lie Gazette
Tlmt of that city The Pittsburg
baseball club pioposes to holvo tho
"wet giduiiils" pioblem A enntrnct
lias been signed by Drovfuss with the
PlUebmg Watcipront coiap.in) foi a
tarpaulin to cover thu entire plu)lug
fluid nt tlio ball puk.
WORK OF GOVERNORS
WASHIXOTOX, 1). C. May 13
Tho conrcrenco of Covornois called
h) the Picsldcnt to discuss tho con
servation of nnttual rcbouiccs hud
I Its flint formal gathering at tho
White House today. Two Ideas vvcro
developed nt the opening session
ono that thero should bo pcimuiicnt
organizations rcgaiding foiestr) mid
Irrlgnllnu tliroughout each of thu
Stales and the othci that there
should bu no limitation to ngreo
nionts between States on these ques
tions. It is a peach.
!! If K K B II S. K a ii !! Jt K Ii H li
i Wednesday, Mny 13
I M X 8 8 llllonlaii Johnrou, from
8.UI rrunclrcu, 4 30 p m
U Ii K !J K E 1, K It Jl H a )( !i !1 X
KKHKKl. PsJtSKMI It
Wednesday. Mny 13
Hr sii Celllc Monarch. I.lewelljn
for Han I'rmiclsco
AMI. 8 8 Alaskan Xlchols, for Ktt
Iml nl, fi-30 p m,
rt x x x x x j: tc :r it n k i; a 5? k
Per M. X 8. 8 llllonlaii, Mr-y 13,
from Snn KranclscoM. Mclntre. II
C Mohr nnd wife, T. Jones, JHss E
Paris, .1 II Wonrimanscc nnd wire. L
A. Andrews, W J Colo, wife nnd five
children. Mis X. Roso, I I) Ta)lor
I). Hnreltou, A. Horner, A E W
Todd nnd wire, C Russel, H j R
incr 1). V Dillon, X. Shingle, W
Shingle, .1 Shingle
IV- !). Clniidlnc, Ileunett, from
itlllo mm wit) airts, Ma) U II W.
M Mist, Mrs ritullr. It I)o I rms J
8 Rnlsttin, W T Iloblnsou nnd wHi
Dr J II Rn)mond, Dr St Sure I
Vnseoncellos, Mrs Baker, Mis Oco
Dunn .1 Yimio Kura Will 3ln& Vick
and 55 deck
Per stmr Klmii, (Iregnry, Ma) II.
fur Kauai A 8 Wllcnx and wife
Mrs W A .Johnson A V Peters (1.
N Wilcox, Rev .1 W Wndmnn, Rev
C II Weir. Mist Whlltlngttm MUs
Anultn Holt Miss Wilcox, Mm P
Gay Miss Allco Macfiirlaue, -Mini .1
It Cation, K. W. Mnefnilane and wife
Chock Lee, C. II. Wnhl, Cbo) Chli.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION
Entered for Record May 13, 190S,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Oahu Cemetery Assn to .lames T
Kaha Chamberlain nnd hsb tu Win
Mnkaenn .... . D
Knplolani Est Ltd to E A C Long
i:iia A C Long tr to Caiolinu T R
do Monte U
Virginia Whitman nnd hsb to
Lewis II llndeiwooil 1)
Win A Hall to L All Lcoug. . . Agrmt
Ella A C Long tr to Hem) C
Henry C lliown and vvf to Ella A
C Umg tr k ... . M
Ella A C Long tr to Lupua Kukuu-
Entered for Record May 14, 1008,
From I) a. m. to 10:30 n. in.
Est of A linos b) adiur nnd eors
to C.iiollmi J Muiilz Rel
Llonorn Ollvclia and hsb to Anna
ALOHA TO ROBINSON.
(Special tn tho Bulletin)
Wallukti, .Maul, Ma) 13. The many
lady friends of Mr, and Mis W T
RoGluson gnvo them a fa rev. ell sur
prise pirt) last Monday evening. The
surprlsers round Mrs. Robinson home
while Mr. Robluson was out, but a
telcphono message sonu hi ought him
ind ho was a greatly surpilsed man
when lie got home for his pallor and
dining loom woru filled with many
who came to wish them merry on the
ovo of their departure for tho States
Among those who bat down lo tnjti)
the man) good things prcpaied b) the
dainty hands of tho ladles wcic Judge
nnd Mis A X Kepolknl, Mr. and Mis
Aug Enos, Dr. and Mrs It 11 Dine
gar, Mr. and Mrs. T. II L)tms, Mrs
L I'enilia, Mr. and Mis G II
Scluaodcr, Mr uml Mis E 11 Rogers,
Mrs G Weight, Miss Lntilso K Hut,
Iind Messis E 11. Hart .1 L ("oki
Jlajoi Gub Rose Carl Rose, Edwin
Hart, Kcola and others, Happy
speeches wishing them uicir) vn).igt
and .1 safe letuui were made b
ludgo Kepolkil, Dr. It. II Dluigir,
T. I!. l.)ons, E IL Hirt and J L.
Coke The paity bioko up at mid
i!IW JURY IV
M FOR W
That graft Iu tho Honolulu 1'ollco
Depaitmcnt ma) bu Investigated b
thu Tenltorlal Grand .lur) Is tho turn
oi that la lluding ciedencc It is sali
that one of tho meinheis of the Gruml
lui) mndu tho btateim nt that the mil
lei would bu looked Into b the bud
ELKS' FINE TABLE
A Hiatal i! mid handsome adlilloa
to Iho ulieiid) elegant furnishing of
tlie Ell.ii ele'i iiioniL i n long t ililc e.f
kna vviiinl In fhu roclal loom which H
lit to giace un) club loom In the noun
tr). 'Iho tnli'o Is u heavy nfr.ilr, llkJ
linhogaii), nnd moro lieautirullv lln
Isbed than ans niiliog.ui. Tho Join.
Ing done in thu job Is cctl!cnt, mak
ing tlie pi oil net a hlglil) uitlstlc piece
It cost SfuW, but un It bfmdu U
w or ill liiiududs, It Is said,
Bullqjin Businesi Office Phor.e 23G,
Rnllftm Kditnnal 1 o.-.m Phone 18u.
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 will be so
low that you will wonder how wecan
do it. We've done It, however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
r i x .