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EVBNMNa.AUMPTIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. TUESDAY. JUNE 2,4!)08.
VEEKLY GAtEKDAR ;
Hawaiian Stated, 7:30
Pacific Flrct Dcflree, 0 30.
Honolulu Chapter Practice
Roee Croix Regular.
Aloha Temple Regular 7:33. '
All visiting members of he
order are cordially Invited to
attend me ttluc of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Slonrtny evening at
:30 In I. O O. K. Hall. Fort Bticet
H. R. UUNUItY. Secretary.
HEN. K. V1CKERS, N. O.
All visiting bruthdrs tery cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF F.
Meets every 2d nnrt 4 th Tuosdnv
ot each month at 7 an p. m. nt K. 1'.
ltnll, comer Knit and llerctiinla SUi.
Visiting Hrolheni rordlnlly welcome
W. L. lyle, C. C.
r. waluron, k. ot n. & s.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of F.
Moots every drst and third Kil-
ilay ovonlng at 7:30 In K. or 1. Hall,
corner nrt nud lterctanl.i. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttc'im
A. (1. DHKRING. t'('
JAS. V. WHITE, K KS.
BONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, 11. 1'. O.
C will meet In their hall on King
near Fort nt'eet every 1'rldav cven
ng. 1y ordr of the E K.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, K. H.
J7m. II'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.of F.
.Meets every Saturday evening at
30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hull, cor.
Fort and flcrctanla. Vlaltlng broth
r cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. 1RA7.EE, CO.,
E. A. JACOUSON. K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
.Meets on the 2nd nrW 1th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
fjpretnnla and l'ort streets.
Visiting Eagles am Invited to at
end W. I.. KRAZEE. V Prcst.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
3AWA1IAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. 11.
Meets e?ery ilrst nnd third Thurs
layo ot each month nt Knlghta nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tlally Invited o nttend.
J. V. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of II.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Arc Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR FRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAn BETHEL.
IU- - .
ft- Woman's Exchange
fo.' Lcis, Cut Flowcis, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
1 CALL UP 197.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
TIio most popular
place in town,
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel M. near Fott.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts,
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. HcTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Juli Prlntlno at the Bulletin.
No More Foot Aches
The EVER READY KNIFE will
assist yo i to r'fect COmfort in
walking if yoa liavc troublesome
Sensors, Smith & Co.
IIOrEL AND FORT STS.
RUN DOWN I
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO,,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
DIAMOND HEADS vs. PUNAHOUS
KAMS. vs. ST. LOUIS
Reserved Scats Grandstand 25c extra
WINION, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS,
Wc have pink pearls and tome of
tho finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 HUUANU near KING.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Stunning New Millinery
MISS POWER'S Boston 31dg.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
LOCAL ANU GENERAL
Everyone wants to go somewhere
for an outing during the summer
months. The Bulletin Vacation
Plan supplies the way and the means.
Alltn nt linelr fnri T1 .7(51.
P.iiiama hats cleaned at the (Hobo.
Ring up Scotty's when you want a
good auto rhlo. Phono 107
Hxceltlor l.oc:go No. 1, I. O. O. l-,
will meet In Odd Fellows Hall this
i owning nt 7-30.
Silts K Cornwcll of Maul left today
on mo steamer .Manila iea, wiucn
sailed at noon.
A. V. Cnitcr nud wlfo wero ninoug
those' who hooked lo depart In Iho
Manna Ken today.
Allegrctti's delicious cicams, fresh.
Pounds and half pounds. Benson,
Smith & Co., Ltd.
I'ho Scnsldu cottages aro delightful
In the summer tlmo Engago a cot
tage now for tho season.
I.elghtou Hind nud R Hind of Ko
Imln wero passengers on tho Maun.i
Ken, which left nt noon today.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic"
Yoa '.rill bo surprised at Ua ciollne
and preservative properties. Cnll'ornlu
Pood Co., agents.
The California Cooker Cluli will
glvo a cup for tho locker spaniel win
ning first pilzo In tho nmlec class In
tho Honolulu Hunch Show,
Tho argument before Iho Supreme
Court In tho Slcllryde vs. Kolo.i sull
was this morning llnlsln-il nnd the case
has been Biihtnltted to tho judges.
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxeellent order. The expert at the
liawauan Oihce Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 1-13.
Clinton 1 1 nt c-IiIiih writes from San
Kianclsco that he has been appointed
manager of the agencies of tho West
Coast Life Insurance' Co., and that ho
Is lion li.iek In tho harness iigjln,
,Iosi ph l.ightfoot has Instituted suit
against Frederic Church for Judgment
In tin K'ini of ?13fi(i. l.ightfoot bought
Iho claim from James V. W. llrcwu
li r, who hail already obtained judg
ment In Iho mini of flDilO.
(Continued from Pace II
fairly outdid Itself.
l'lnal preparations wero made this
morning. A crew of eight was sign
cd, water was put aboard, tho last ot
tho supplies gotten In, all tho rig
glng looked over, and things madd
uhlpshnpc and handy.
hlio will lie.ir with her no repro-
eentathe of tho presH to chronicle
her doings. Chillies Albright, tho
man picked to tnka this place, Is pn
ented from going, an he has no one
to tnKo his place on tho It u I I o 1 1 n,
and Is not nblo to leave tho city on
that act-ouut. Possibly the man
signed as purser, with wages at u
shilling a month, ran do tho Job.
Tho committee, was tdiort ot funds
nt tho time of the sailing to the ox
tent of about HOO, or, to ho exact,
$3G0. In their efforts to rnUo 2000
In all, they have secured ltJ40.
And. tho condition ot tho exchequer
Is Mmn hat iclleeti-il In tho wagos
which her gallant new-will receive.
The hcalo iied Is a Blldlng ono; dial
Is, It slips back two pegs in amount
for every peg up In rank, as such Is
Iho moro economical method. Tho first
male. V. II. .Stroud, who has had two
years' cxperlcu'co on n training ship
of tho U. S. navy, gels J 10 psr month;
II. llurk, tho second mate, draws down
tho muninccnt salary of $15 per
month, A. I.lmlqulst of Sweden, who
aclH in tho capacity of boatswain, Is
satisfied with $TiO Per month, and the
cook, J. I,. Hamilton, who halls from
Co) Ion, will servo up tho salt horso
ami tho plum dnff for $D5 per mouth.
bam, n HnwnilHO, nnd Carl (Irccnaa.
u (ieimnn, will act as seamen, for tho
saino wages as tho first mate draws
down, Dan Aicla, cabin boy, gelB less
than thu iitherH. by three-fourths of
tho amount. Iho really munificent
Bnlary Is tho ono for which Hay 11.
Rletnw, olllclally known as purser, will
consent to mako tho oyngo llo gets
Z3 cents In alloyed slUur per mouth,
nnd If ho does not get Into a poker
ganio In tho course of tho trip, ho
ougnt to nayo almost 0 cents on nr
rival ut San Pedro.
Tho Hawaii should nrilvo at San
Pedro by tho 22nd of this month,
which will glvo about 12 days for her
to stny In port before tho Hart of tho
race. It has been remarked that sho
had had fow trials hero, nnd that It
will do homo good for her to get In
did sail homo trials In among tho
yachts on tho Coast.
CeiemouU'H wero not necessary at
tho departure. It was thought, ucyniu!
having tho band out, and thu colors
flying. Enough tlmo for roicmoulcn
ufter sho has won, it Is felt.
Local yachts escorted her to Dia
President Roosovolt wll) start tho
raco by tolcgruph.
Tho entiles In tho raco, besides thu
Hawaii, will bo: I.urlluo, tho winner
of tho first trans-Pacific raco; I.ady
Maude, owned in San Diego; nnd
Gwendolyn 1ft owned In Keuttlo.
llusldo, tno pilos offered for tho
raco uy tno Koiitn coast Yacht Club
them will bo u cup from Sir Thomas
MF BULLETIN ADS. PAY
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, May 27.
SKATTI.i: Sailed May 20:
H. S. Novadau. for Honolulu,
SAN KHANCISCO-Arrived M.ty 27:
S. S. Alaskan, from Kahulul, May 17
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 27:
S. H. Korea, hence May 15.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, May 27:
S. S; Asia, for Honolulu. '
Thursday, May ?3.
SAN KRANCISCO Arrltril May 27:
S. S. Illlonlnn- hetico May 11).
HONOIPU Arrived May 28:
Schr. Defender, from San rranclsco.
SAN KHANCISCO-Salled May 23:
llktno Olympic, for Honolulu and
PHILADELPHIA Arrived May 28:
Krsktno M. Phelps, front Kahulul,
1 L'U, 1'J.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived May 23:
S. S. Mexican, from llllo May 8.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed May 25:
S. S. Arlzonan; for San Diego.
Friday, May 29.
SAN KRANCISCO Arrived May 2S:
S. S. Manchuria, henco May 22.
SPOKEN Sp. Koit Ocorgo was spok
en yAitordny; no position given
(Sailed from Honolulu Kcb. 18. for
Monday, June 1.
NEW YORK Anlvod May .2D:
Anu sp. Korl (leorgo. henco Kcb. IS.
HAN KRANCISCO -Sailed May 31:
Am. bk. :Andrew Welch, for Hono
YOKOHAMA-Sailed May 31:
I'r. S. S. Cnrnvlias for Honolulu
Duo about Juuc il.)
KUH'HJI-.Airlicd .iiino 1:
S. S. Virginian, from Honolulu.
lllLO-Sallod May 28:
S. S. Enterprise for S.in Kranclnco.
Tuesday, Juie 2.
SAN KRANCISCO - rrlcd June 1:
Ilk. (!cn. CurtlH henco May 13.
SAN KRANCISCO- Sailed Juno 2:
S. H. China, for Honolulu
SAN llli:00 Arlved Juno 1:
S S. Ailzouan rrnm Halliri Cruz.
Among thoso h hao been sub
poenaed us wltiu- h for ih" jTosecn
Hon In tho Ilrcekons prlzt Iliint ea--"
arc tho fullowjug .Inck l.nca.i Ir
V. Jloward IliiMiphrls. Attorney F. K.
Thompson, George- Henshall, Charb
Crane, W. C. Deeilng, Seolt Meston
Senntor Teller icscnls "the un
warranted encroachment" by tho
Prcaldent upon the powers of the
BAND CONCERT. '
Tlinro will "Ira a 'hand concert this
evening nl 7i3iftat- Thomas Squaro
following Is tho program:
March "Maunawlll"...nr. by llcrgor
Ovi-rtnro "Juaiilln" Suppe
(iavtitte "filow-Wonu" Llnkr
Selection "L'Ebrpo" Apollonl
Vocal-II l-vallan songs...ar. by Uerger
Selection ".My Old Kentucky
Waltz "Merry Widow" (by re
Maich "Mo.iiialuV ir. by Ih-rgor
"The Star Spangled llanner."
Fir? ji.n frintlno t the Bulletin
mi m v '
X K K Vi H 3 B A ti Ji H rC 51 ( :t
eitii'ltniiitKsnx its;' hxi:
FAVORS NEW SHIP LINE
L. T. (larnsey, piesldent of the Los
Angeles and Ilcdondo Rtjllroad, who
has Jiut leturned from Haw-all, dis
cusses f.uorably tho matter of tho
establishment of n new i,teamshlp
Hun between tho big Island ami tho
Co.ut lie .says that ho has no doubt
tho Hue would bo a paying pioposl
tlou ufter iho first six mnntho or
Scar. Tbero la no assurance, ho
dates, (hat Mr. Huntington will
want to tako up tho matter, but as
tho magnate Is controlling the ship
yards at Nowport Nows, ho has only
to glvo the word, und new steamers
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE AGENCY FOR
Isleton Creamery Butter
AND A FRESH SHIPMENT EX ALAMEDA.
This Butter is in a dust-proof carton, which proteqts it absolutely
from all outside contact from the time it leaves the Creamery till it
It is sealed and protected because if is superior to all others, find the
manufacturers are determined that it shall remain so.
That's what preserves its delicate flavor'for you.
PRICE, 2 lbs.. 75c.
J.lri; LEVY& CO., Ltd
Glasses Repaired r
Simple and complicated lenses du-
A. N. SANFOHD
lOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
for tho Hawaiian tun would beliullt o lo had been cnnled away, nud she
at once. , j''i'i In bad shape. Had tho Helena
Mr. Onrnscy Is ciitlmMnitlc over' not been on the scene lu time, ills
Iho prospects which the futmo holds J lt'r '"'s'11 llavo lutnltcil.
out for tho
DESPATCH WILL STAY
The A.-II. S. S. I)c.. .tch will not
go lo the Coast, as 'expected, early in
July. It was ordered earlier lu tho
season that she should do so, hut thtu
order has now been countermanded,'
and she will icmnlu indefinitely on
her piesent run from this city to tho
uignr ports' about tlio Islands,
MAUNA KEA OUT
The Inter-Inland steamer Mauna
Ken sailed today nt noon on her reg
ular run to Maul polls and III to. Sho
ruirlcd u largo number of local pas
rengers ttml nn nverago caigo. Sho
returns Satuiday moinlng.
Tho Slbeila sailed at 5 o'clock yes
toiilny aflornoon, for tho Oilcnt. with
her first cabin inthor descried, though
a crowd ot Oilentals returning homo
ward filled tho steerage. A largo
crow;d on thu wharf saw tho steamer
oft, Sho can led fow passengers from
this poll, tho mut Insterestlng nnd
Important of tho porBons iibo Is now
taking to Iho K-ist Ileitis: I'r. Koch,
Iho great bacteriologist, and his wife.
They havo been ttu!ug In this . city
for Bomo days, merely seeing the In
lands as a part of a journey Dr. Koch
In making for his health.
FUMIGATE PINE0 HERE.
Yestoiduy, uotillcation was received
by Iho agents of tho Oceanic Steam
ship Company Hjlug that nit pineap
ples aro to bo fumigated heforo shlv
nn nt from this joit to Ran Kranclseo.
GREAT ATLANTIC SPEED
NEW YORK, N. Y June 1. Tho Mauiotanla has made n record of
I days, 20 hours, 15 minutes on tlio long unirbe, west-bound, an nvci
ago of 2 1. SO knots per hour. t'"-
(JUHENSTOWN, lie., Juno 2. Tho Lusltnnla, east-hound, mndo a
record of D days, 4 hours, 20 minutes.
SENATOR JONES DEAD
WASHINGTON. D. C, Juno 1.
Kornicr Senator Jones Is dead.
James Klmhiough Jones, U. S.
Senator from Arkansas, 1SS."-1!I0S,
was bom lu Marshall County, Missis
sippi, Sept. 2!1, 1831), Ho had u clas
sical education. He was a private In
tho Confederate Army, thiough tho
Civil War; lived on his plantation
till 1S73; thou cnteied on tho prac
tice of law, Ho was u member of thu
State Senate of Aikansas, 1872-!);
president of tho same, 1877-0; mem
ber of Congress. 18SI-7; Chairman
Democratic National Couimllteo slnto
ISJfi. Ho lived lu Washington, Ar
kansas. PRISONERS DROWNED
KAHAIIAROVSK, Juno 1. A
b.irgo laden with Chlneso prlsoneis
w.ib eapi-jzed on the Amur river nud
elghty-iilno weiu diowned,
BUBONIC AT ST. THOMAS
ST. THOSIAS, W. L.'Juno 1,
Tbero Is one. case of bubonic plague,
hero and two suspects. '
Inference Is that Iho message
nii3 that tho California 'Stnlo Hoard
oitlctl Hiiro has ncceded lo the ro
ll, post of tho Hawaiian glowers, that
'(they ho allowed to fumlgalo the fruit
I fc o Instead of In finn Kraucitc after
;irlynl nsforcorly. nnd thin ao u
good deal of trouhhi nnd tlmo.
Tho Amcilcnn chip Kails of Clvde,
bum Iroin (lavlotii Tor Ihla port, was
phkril up fifty miles off the Pacific
Uiissi on the 21r.t ult., by tho sle.uuer
Ho e-ia, bound from Wllapa to San
Pedro with n cargo of lumber. Pait
cf iho uniier wniks of tho lulls of
During tho tea season tho Orient
il d Occidental, Pacific Mall, and
Toyci Klsen Knlsha steamers will nr
ilvo from tho Orient a little I.ile nt
this port, owing not to their making
any less speed, but rathor lo the fact
that they will call nt a number of
oxtin ports, to load tea, and 'so will
lint Icavo Tor the Occident as soon us
A LARGE CROWD wns collected
around tho yacht Hawaii as she lay
at her moorings this morning. Muuy
animated discussions of her points,
lino and otherwise, wero to bo heard
ns tho longshoremen looked her over.
THE I.-!. STEAMERS Llkellko, W.
(1. Hull, und lwal.inl sail at S o'clock
this afternoon. Tho Llkellkc goes to
lltiwnll ports, tho W. O. Hall to Ka
uai, nnd tho Iwnlanl to Maul.
THE A.-II. S. S. COLPMI1IAN
leaves San lVnnclbco tomorrow for
Ihls port, und tho Alaskan sails on
tho 10th from tho Sound, also for
THE1 AMERICAN b.irk Dcorge Cur
tis, henco May 13, nirlvcd lu Sail
Knincliicn, nnd Iho A.-II. S. S. Arl
zonan from Snllui Cruz arrived In
San Diego yesterday.
WITH A CARGO of lumber for
Loweis & Cooke, tho tihoonor Alio1
McDonald arrived hero josterday uf
tomooii, 17 days out fioni Koit llrngg
THE HAKKENTINE Iringard Is on
Iho marine railway being overhauled.
THE P. M. S. S. ASIA IS DUE to
nrrivo on Friday from the Oilcnt.
OUR TREASURY DEFICIT
WASHINGTON. D. C. Juno 1.
Tho Ticasury deficit for May amounts
to $ ll,!rS. !!)!. A showing ot lo
celpts and expenditures for tho paht
eleven months show a net dcllc.it of
YALTA, Russia, Juno 1. Several
earthquake shocks were felt hero
Sunday morning. Tho Inhabitants
wero terrified. Sluny houses wero
PORTLAND. Oto.. Juno 1. Gov
ernor Chnmhcilalu will probably ho
elected United States Senator. The
Legislature Is tolldly Republican.
ROBBED KANSAS BANK
CUI1A. Knnsas, Juno 1. -Tho Hank
of Cuba has been lobbed of $8,000.
Tho handltn escaped.
Sirs. Jean Sawyer, former wlfo of
French Count and onco a San Fran
ciscan, goos Insane, In Paris.
M ARRIVED M
K K 35 51 k a n K H H M 1 M
.Monday, Juno 1.
Am. schr. Alice .McDonald, Dcnson,
17 clays I rum Port llrngg, 2:45 p. m.
ll K 3(, K K K H a 3? 3J 3 3 35 ? M
t DEPARTED '
If K 3 3t 35 K S il V 3S Jt i f X
Monday Juno 1.
P. M. S. S. Slbeila, Zeodcr, for tin)
Oilcnt, at r. n. in,
Stiiir. Ko A'u Hon. Poderscn, for
Knunl' polls, with explosives, fi p. in.
Sliur. Nooau, Mitchell, for Hnnmkua
portB, at 5 p. m.
Tuesday, Juno 2.
Stmr. Manna Ko.i, Krecman, for
Illlo nud wnv potts, nt 12 noon.
Stmr. Muuna Ken, Krieiunn, for
Maul ports and Illfo, noon.
ti O W l( M t K Si K K it X M
X SAILING TODAY
; 31" 3f W t l XIK!tfMKKMKHl
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Self, for Molokal and
Maul purls, ut G p m.
: '" G. Hall, Tullett, for Kauai
ports, al R p. m.
33 3 X S V. X Ali X& It X 3t W
if PASSENGERS ARRIVED
U' V, 3C V 3 31 ,.C X 3f 55 X K K Jt X 3t
a x, u. a n y. Si-'sit a v -a v
s n it 3t a w x v k a k sc ,
Ver stmr. Mauna Kea, Kioeman, for
Mnul ports nnd Illlo, Juno 2, 12 in.
J. W. Henshall, W. K. Noile aii.I wire.
Mm. 11. R. Ilry.mt. W Al. Glffiird. W.
0. Hull, W. E. Ilnll, Lclghtnn Hind. IL'
Illnd, A. W. Carter and wife. Mrs. V.
L. Iloeck. V. L. lloock. Miss J. Hart
well, Miss K. Cornwell, Mm. Win.
Wuterlmiiho, J. Klrklaud, A. Mason,
R. W. Shingle, D. K. Eguchl. E. .1.
Gn, R. (1. E. Korstcr, Mrs. Loklna
Kehaiiha, E. W. Ilarnard, J. K. Ilag
liind, J. S. French,, Mrs. A. Aubl. Mm.
II. K Keohakiilale, II. H. Mariner. H.
Hamlin. Row J. R Cowan, Mr. Thomp
son anil wife, Mrs. C. McKcuzlc. Miss
Nellie McKenzlo. Miss Sophia Mc
Kenr.lo, Miss Emma Ilarkei, Mis. Mc-
Akana, Ml3s M. Ludwlg. II. Ravlno-
wltz. J. M. Kepoo, P. Cockelt, II. Aka-
Per P. M. S. S. Siberia, June 1, for
tho Orient. Prof. It. Koch. Mis. R.
Koch, W. J. Conroy, John Matthews.
X 3t 35 K JC K 3C X X Jt il X 3 K 3J X
i PASSENGERS B00ICED
It 3C 3C X A' X St X it X! X JC X 3D 3C H
Per O. S. S. Alameda, Juno 8, for
San Kianclsco. MIsb A. Heard, W. II.
Mnthor nud wife, Mrs. L. A. Hen
dricks, Miss S. L. M-mtiguo, MI3B A.
Crnzler, Miss Underwood, sir. and
Mrs. II. SI. Smith. Mls.i ltobeits. Dr.
O'Day. wlfo and tbVoo children. Miss
Wclhko, Mrs. 1 errolra, Sllss L. Slutch,
Mrs. O. C. Scott, Stlss J. L. Ilrown,
Miss A. P. Dennlson, Sirs. J. A. Ver
rat and child, Sir. nnd Sirs. II. S.
Smith, Sir. Kimball, A. Robertson and
wife. Sirs. L. II. Coan, Rev. II. Hlng
ham, II. T. llnyficldeii. Sirs. C. J. Coop
er, Sirs. O. U Keency, S. Topllta, J.
P. Newsonio, Dr. K. Hoflainnn, wlfo
and two children, Allan llryan, Paul
Keiclsthnrat, Sir. nnd Mrs. A. K. Vir
gil, Dr. Hamond, T. C. i:ngleston, C.
V. Murray, J. S. Carton, If Rosenberg,
T. r. Godljan. II. Prouty. Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Hrown, C. Volters and
child, K. D. Lowroy, M. I. Dow. W. 1-'.
Lehigh, W. II. Smith, K. W. Sutton,.
C. I). Sllned.
(Continued from Faze 1)
Iho accident Ihls morning. Manager
Unlleutyno ot tho Rapid Transit Co.
stated that beyond the fact that there)
had been such an accident he know
nothing about tho matter. He had
not oven t-oen tho ciew of the en- at
tho time, hut had Instructed them in
t,vu him later. Ho did not even know
whether Shluglo or tho motoimau w.i,
It appeals that Shluglo was drUlug
Iho car lilmteir on (be mid pi.l lie
Kaplolaut P.uk und that ho attompti-d
to cross thu ear track Just cniuldc tin
uqiiarliiiu. Just -then the- Rapid Tran
sit c-ai- c-amo ulong. Shluglo tiled to
acrl u collision by swerving his auto
lo tho pfde. hut tho tlmo was loo short,
and tho car struck Uio auto a heavy
blow on tho front pait, demolishing n
as well at tho seat and other parts ot
Iho machine Shlnglo was hurled from
Iho auto, hut wns not badly hurt and
Is ablo lo bo about today.
RICHARDS CAUSES ARRESTS
(Continued from Fuce' 1)
oral oinclal having charge of piow
cutlous In such inattois. ho might havo
gono lo tho light in tho porformanto
of his duty.
Thero Is considerable, speculation as
to whether tbero will bo any further
arrests, mado, but when usked about
this Richards said this morning that
ho did nut Intend at pi client to cull for
any moro arrests In tho complaints
Doputy U. 0. District Attorney W. V.
Rawlins nnd Reporter II. SI. Ayres of
tho Advertiser, who promoted thu
fight, nro summoned us wIuioihch.
' Lylo Dicey stated this morula,? that
I It was posrlblo that tho u poiPts i.ho
saw mo mini niigiit uo called as wit
nesses, ns they could bo counted upo.i
us being clnn -ibrvrvorb.
The Vcokly Edltlvn of the evening
Sullednlves A commote summary of
1-- nt of the day.
"'' .WW.,.,.. ,w, .
to y6urself and let us build that ca
oe, rowinp-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 we can
do it. We've done It, however; so
"Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Ala'pai,