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EVfiNlNd DULLnTIN, HONOLULU, T. II , fRIDAY. JUNK r., 100S.
V iW'S. JI!EiL
Hawaiian Stated, 7:30
F inhc First Degree, 3 30.
Honolulu Chapter Practice
I I HI H.1IWV
Rote CrolK Regular.
SA I L'liriAV
Aloha Temple Regular 7:30i
All visiting members of he
irdpr are cordially Invited to
J itnd mi tlne of Uirnl lodges
JAIUI0NY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ever) Monday evening fit
7 3d In I 0 O f. Hall, Port Street
12 It H12NDRY, Secretary.
ui:n. r. vickiius. n. a.
All visiting brothers very cordlilly
IfYSTIC LODGE, 110. 2, K. OF P.
Meets etory 2d nnd Itli Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p m nt K. 1'.
Hnll. rorner Kort and llerctanla Sts.
- Isltlng nrnthcrs cordlnllj welcome.
W L. LYI.n, c c.
K. WALURON. K. ot It. & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets overj first nnd third Prl
.in e-enlns at 7.30 In K. of 1. Hall,
ronii-r Tort and llerctanla. Visiting
bmtlieri cordially Invited to attend.
a o UKmiiNO, c.c,
j as v. white, K.It.S.
OfJOLlL LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
"iioliilu Lodge No 611), 1). 1'. O.
will ninet tn their hall on KUiK
hi t.n f-.tt wvijry Frdnv pen
. it,, ii mr h II
HKNRY C. 12ASTON,
WM. II. McINURNY. E. 11.
Vm M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
10 o'clock In K of P. Hall, cor
t and Ueretnnla. Visiting broth-
- -nrdlnlly Invited to attend
V L. KKA2I2K. CC
12 A JAC011S0N. K.R.3
OMOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
iUil nn the 2nd ind 1th WED
KSUAV evenings of each month at
30 o'clock In K of P. Hall, corner
urluntii and Tort streets.
Visiting !2ngies are Invited to nt--ml
W L fHAZI2l2. W., I'rest
11 T MOOItE, Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1. I. 0. R. M.
tit.t .,rrv tit st nnd third 'Thurs
layr of rack month at Knights nl
Pythlun Ha'l Visiting brothers cor
1l:ill Invited o nttend.
J. W arch, Sachem.
A 12 MPRl'IIY, C. of II,
Sprint; Flowers. New Ribbons.
Feathers and Hats Arc Arrived. I
Wire frames made by order. i
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
CO KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Lcis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET. . . ;. .NEAR FORr
ts making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure nnd try it. The
wagon will deliver nt your door,
CALL UP 107.
LUNCHES nnd D R I N X S
The most populnr
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
, Hnicl st near Fort.
) ark Scully Jack Roberts
The Best Whiskey on tho Market.
THOS. F, McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Flno Job Printing al the Oulletln,
No More Foot Aches
The EVER READY KNIFE will
assist j on to pci feet comfort in
walking if jo.i have troublesome
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STS.
RUN DOWN 1
it will build you up
MBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
, PHONE 131.
Boys from the
will be in de
mand at all
I LEAGUE GROUNDS
ISATURDAY, JUNE 6,
I 1:30 P.M.
(DIAMOND HEADS vs. PUNAHOUS
KAMS. vs. ST. LOUIS
I Admission 25c.
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
I Qwl Cisar
M. A. Gxmst & Co.
Stunning New Millinery
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarkct.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
'h,an yy. ko Kin '85
. juu seieci a cool spot ana men
pnvs your fare and board,
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3fl1.
Panama hats cleaned nt tho Globe
Mr and Mrs C M. Lovsti.nl left In
Ihu Klnau for tho Garden Isle last
C Acltl had nothing to say when
nsked about tho successor of Sam
Tho ScaTddu cottages aro delightful
In tho summer time. Kngago a cot
tage now for tho season.
OlIO l)f tllO Interested Klirelntnra In
(lie Kokl case Is Chas. K. Notley, pres
ident ot tho Homo Itulo 'party.
lano jour carriage or automohtlo
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfy. Co, for
up to-date rcpalis. ,
Tho closing exercises of tho Kamc
haincha Proparatbry School aro to bo
held on Monday afternoon, Juno 8, at
Guntl.'er's candles at the Palm Cnfo
aro delicious, llest homo-nindn nnd
Imported candles In Honolulu nt tho
homo of swetts."
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Yoj will bo surprised nt U3 cuollnc
and preservative properties. California
I cod Co., agents.
Iltom's big midsummer clearance
salo of ladles' muslin underwear which
began last Monday, Is still drawing
crowds of shoppers.
.Your typewriter should be kept in
fxcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to tt lor von, f hone 143.
1110 remains of tho laiu August
ureier vlll probably nrrlvo on the.
steamship Manchuria, which will also
bo the funeinl phlp of the late Prince
O. Negoro, who recently returned
from tho Unlerslty of California
where ho graduated, will open a law
o III re In the Judd building. He will
woilt In conjunction with A L. C. At-
N. Fernandez said this morning
Unit ho would like to see Urn Id Crown
Ingberg, (bo present assistant mail
aupcnlFor, appointed nt tho bend of
lijo Koad Hurcaii, succeeding Co'.
Johnson, who resigned recently.
At tho milium dinner of tho Kimio
hamehn Alumni Association to bo glv
en nt tho boys' dining room on Wtd
liesday night, the 10th Inst., Hon. John
Hughes, it Is suld, will bo one of tho
speakers. Ills subject will ho "Me
Tho Independent Order ot Odd Pel
Iowh will bold (heir memorial sen lcs
in Kxcolslor Hnll, Odif lellows' build
lug, Sunday, Juno 7, nt 3 n. m. All
members of llio subordlnalc cuc.inii-
ment, canton nnd Hebcknh lodges, aro
earnestly solicited to bo In attend
President Morgan of tho Chamber
of Commerce stales that tl.e matter
of making arrangements for tbo enter
tainment of Sccrctiuy Oarflcld, at
well its other llinttnrs- wilt lm tnlron
up nt a meeting of tho Chamber of
Commerce to be held next WliIups.
(Continued from Pace 1)
cannot express my npprcciatlun of
Jim all In tho help joii have been."
After bidding llicm faiowetl, S.nn
Johnson w.ib followed by Acting (lev
el nor Mott-Smltb, who made a long
speech In wlikli he slalcd that ho In
tended, as did also tbo Governor, to
make n special study of tho National
Uuaril vtoilc, nnd see what could ho
done towards Its enlargement. On
account of tbo recent disturbances In
tho Occident and Orient, tho Ktr.ilcglu
puHltlun ot thesg Inlands hns been
liought befoio tho eyes of the (lev
el nmcnl to u greater extent than ov
"I am proud of the National
(iiiard," continued thn Acting Gov
ernor. "It is a plc.isuto as well as
a comfoit to feel that we have such
in efllclcnt local uoily. Hut I want
to ImpicsH on jour minds tbo fact
that joii must stick together. Petty
pilvate disputes should be rust aside
when the gicat work of holding this
oignnl7iitlou together Ih taken Inlo
cousldcr.illon. 'And 1 bellee Unit
you will stick together.
"Colonel Johiibon, tho country ap
preciates jour work: wo nil do, nnd
wo regret exceedingly that sou aio
about to lento us. Your work In tho
National Guaid can always ho do-
sullied by the one word "Kfllcloncy."
No man In tho Tciillury has douo
what Jim liato for tho National
Guard. I nm wnry to soo j'ou leatc,
but I wish you cveiy success In jour
Limit. Col. Cojiio was (he next
man tn rlio to IiIh feet, and he paid
glowing tributes to Ham ns a man as
well as an iilllcor. Theie was hardly
it dry ejo In tho loom when Colonel
t'oyno flnlslicd. Captain Giuman
said that the nlllcors would "stlrk
togothor" ns Colonel Johnson wish
ed. Ho also paid high compliments
to Sam, and wished hi in tho best ot
luck, Captain Ncely nnd Lieut. Col.
Zlcgler spoke woids of faicwcll mid
iippiccl.itlou to tho man who was
letting as their colonel.
Tho following woro presont: C.ipt.
Gorman, Lieut.. O'Sulllvan, Adjt.
riniiiipMin, Adjt Whitehead, Lieut.
Cooke, Acting Governor Mott-Sinlth,
Lieut Kukalla, Capt. Ncely, Cunt.
Cosloi, Lieut. Kalnemal, Lieut. Ahlu,
Lieut Col Coyno, Lieut. Kn-ne,
Lieut. Kokumnno, Lieut. Hvnns,
Lieut. Clark, Lieut. Col. Zlcgler, Reg
imental Adjt. Cummins, Lieut. An
gus, Capt. Johnson,
IN Iff HIS
"ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, June 3.
SAN KRANCISt (i Sailed Juno .1:
S. S. Illlonlnu lor Honolulu.
SAN IML'CIO Sniiul Juno 2!
S. S. Arlzounn ior San "ranclecci.
Thursday, June 4.
VICTORIA Aril d Juno 3:
S. S. Manuka, ! nco May 27.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Juno 3:
S. S. Coliimbb n for Honolulu.
S. S, Alaskan i"i Seattle.
KAIIUIAII-Snllc d luno 3:
S. S, Virginian ir Ka.iuapall.
KAANAPALK- i rived June 3:
S S. Virginian from Kahiilul.
GRAY'S HAR110U Arrled Juno 3:
S. C. Allen, hence May 111.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno I:
Celtic Monarch hence May Hi.
S. S. Allzonun. from San Diego.
t WATERFRONT NOTES
(. Sa X li K Ml V. it 3C M S M X X 3 H
FROM MAUI AND HAWAII.
Tho steamer M uinn Liu arrived
early Ibis morning from Maul and Ha
waii ports, hilnglnh an average num
ber of pnssengcis. and the following
cargo: 8312 ba.- ug.ir 23 bigs enf
fee, 10 hags taro I bags ginger, 2 bags
nvva, t! cares ilrl d tlsh. t cases pears
11 barrels pears "( bunches b.inanns.
11 crates chlcki nv n rates pigs, lfi
cases butler, 22 bogs, I horses, I
calves, I cow, 3" he.nl cattle, and 135
packages sundrh s
MONQOLIA NOT HEARD FROM.
The Mnnsolln should have left I he
Orient on tbo .!rd for this iiirt, but,
as no cables bav h en received, It is
suppoucd that ibe Is dilajed loading
SAKi: WHICH ARRIVni) por the
NIwkiii Maru n v.enk ago tomoriovv. Is
being pasted by the pine fond iiulliorl
tlcs, In accordance with the cable
which was lecclved daj before jester
day .from Washington, leleaslng snko
arriving before Jitae 1st.
THi: AMLRICAN SCIIOONKR Alice
CooKe. lumber liidin, arilved jester
day nfler a fine trip fioui Pint Ludlow-,
Nice wealhi'i was experienced
all tho way down In hei cargo ,me
about 5U0 cedar poles.
THK 8TI:aM1:R Nne.ni sailed ng'iln
jpslerday uftcinoon for moro sugar,
to bo loaded Inln tho Iriug.ud when
the latter tome, off the marine rail
vii)'. Tltll AMY TmtNi:it was put along
side the Mnun'.l la this moiulng. to
load iragar direct rioui the hold of the
THi: TUG James Makee, with tho
barge Melanclhon In tow, went tn
I'earl Harbor jesterdaj-.
THi: AMI. 8. S. Columbian railed
from San I'lnuclveu lor this poll on
THi: HCI'OONHR Rob lloj sailed
for Oahu pons jeslcrdij afltiuooii.
Till: ri.MIRL'NCi: WARD sails foi
Midvvaj about the ill Ht of Julj
AN OIL PIPi: lino Is bdug laid
along Queen street.
i :i if ft -.
Tinipcintmes C a. m., 71, S a. in.,
"ii: 10 a in., 70; noon, 7'J, liiornlng
Ilaioiuutci, S n. in., 30 07, nbsoluto
liuiuldltj, b a. m., C'JSfi giulns per
cubic foot, telallvo hiimldllj-, S a. in..
02 per cent: dew point, 8 a, in , (!2.
Wind ii ii, in., velocity 9, direction
N. i:.: S a in., velocity t, direction N
12.: 1 a in., velocity 10, dlicclinn 12.;
noon, velocity '.I, direction N, i;.
Ralnrall during 21 hums ended 8 a.
m , Ii, tie
Total wind movement dining 21
limns ended at noon, 235 miles.
WM. H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
THREE NEW EMBRYO
(Continued from luce 1)
of Hit favmltea In tho lace has, so It
Is tepoiled on good uiithorltj-, dropiied
nut, he being apparently quite satis
fied wllh tbo position bo holds. Holt
lias also definitely withdrawn, leaving
Cummlugs ns tho only ouo of the orig
inal biiudi starting still on the tinck.
In the meantime tho field has been
swelled b ut leiibt Ihreo new entries.
Among these tuo Chillies Wilson, who
has ahead) at ouu tliuu held the posi
tion of in id supervisor, and has been
mentioned for It again on vailous oc
casions when there has been discus
sion of the matter; Pnul Jarrett, who
was at one tlmelho iiiauugcr of tho
Pinker Ranch on Hawaii, and Tom
Llshmnn All theso three havo ap
pioacbed Chairman Hustaco about tho
mutter and tbero may bo still others
who will lurii up 'later In the game
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST.
for the EYES that's our Specialty.
I And making and fitting Glasses is
!our exclusive business.
A. N. SANFOrlD,
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
fi REE! Ill
Giiman Points Need Of
Guard For Daring
"There should bo men on the beach
to watch for those who may get be-
joint their depth lit Walklkl during
the I'lcet week," said J. A. Gllnmii
this morning. I
"My boy Athciton called tbo mat
ter to my attention, and these'
joungstcrs, who nrc ut tho beach all
the time, know. Very often per-1
nm will wado far out nt low tldo
sons will wade fur out ut low tldo
the water much deeper. Then In
stead of following the saino cooiso
back, they strike straight for' the
shore and ftcipicutly get Inlo deep
water and serious trouble.
"Many very serious tuildents havo
been averted nt tho beach by tho na
tive men and bojs Who happened to
be In the water mid foitunntely
lead J to go to the aid of Ibe dlstiess
eil. "Willi hundreds and posalbly
thousands of men ut the beaches din
ing the fleet vvegh, It will be n mir
acle If somo ut the thoughtless ones
do not get beyond their depth. Tho
boj-B who know the most of condi
tions at the beach believe that there
should be a regular pat Mil on tho
heath oi In a boat that could respond
Immedlatelj to nnj ciucigcncy call.
Several good natlvn swimmers should
be out there to mukc It their business
to watch against accidents. It Is nn
ordinary precaution that should re
ceive the attention of Ibe Sports
Committee or some siib-cominlttee
that will look after It.
"The beach might bo bouj'cd. 1
don't say Just how- the guanf should
be kept, hut we don't want nny of
tho bojs of tho Navy to meet, with
mishaps If wo enn help It."
(Continued from Pae 13
lleniy lleitclman reported that Ilia
Knpcna falls were being attended to
acrnidlng In the wi.dics of tile com
inlltec John Guild, who whs to look after
tho lu.iu to he given at Peail llarboi.i
was not prcpaied to submit his ie-
port. The meeting adjourned subject
to tho call of tho Chair.
Present were Chnliman Wnldiou,
Secretarj llciudt, Capt. Rcea, Abram
Lewis. Jr . J. M. Levy, A. L. C. Atkin
son. SI. Phillips. S Slieba. O. Lulled.
Win. Iloogs, H f. Ilcitolmau, John
Guild, Dr. Mllnniuin, W. T. LucnH.
HAD NO JURISDICTION
In the fifth case ngulust Ah dice,
thai of keeping liquor for sale, u
delimiter was entered In tho.PolIro
Court h C P. Chlllliigw'orth on tho
giounirthnt the Com t had no Juris
diction to hear, tho case, as the liquor
law ptovldcd that any poison arrest-I
eil for keeping liquor fm sale should
be In ought to til.ll befoio the Dlstilctt
Maglstiato of thn illstilct within
which tho liquor was seized lliowul
aigiied that Ihu Dlstilil Maglstialo
of Honolulu's Jurisdiction covered tho ,
entile Island. Chllllugworth salill
that Iliown's contention was rldlcu-'
lous, and llrown said that Chilling
worth's was absurd. The Court fin- j
ally decided In favor of tho defend
IS IT DREYFUS REVIVAL?
PARIS, fiance, June I Two hundred nnd Ihlilj nirctts have boon
inado In connection with dlstm bailees at the Paiithciin, dining which
two shots wero filed nt Alfred Dreyfus,
BELMONT IS DYING
NHW YORK, N. Y , June L Oli
ver P. Ilelmont Is djlng of nn opera
tion for uppendlcltls. Oliver P. Ilel
mont Is a sou of August llelmout.
HELENA IS FLOODED
IIICLKNA, Mont., Juno I. Tbo
streets of this city aio Hooded and
1 1 a file dolus ed by washouts and land
slides, BIG DAM BROKE
GUANJUATO, Juno 4. A dam
burst horo and u score of people aro
Lively battle in
The Lawyer Calls a Police Squad
to Remove Henry van
A cplilled seme took place this
T" cnonii nt the offiro of the firm of
'2istlo & Wllhlnglon, when Henry
vm illnion, who was nl iniu tlmo con
tiered with the police department,
not. removed finiii tho office by u tie
liohtnent of police.
According to van Olesuii, he wont
In see Wllhlngtoii for the purpose of
getting fiimi him tbo record of tho
o.Ke of Mnlle vs. van Oleson. With
iiiglon refused to Blicll out, nnd van
Cllofim Insisted that ho had a right
to have tho documents. Wlthlngton
would glvo no leasou Tor liU ncllim
nnd oideicd van Oleson lo lo.ivo il.c
This van Oleson declined lo do r it
lug that bo would stay mull be got
Ibe papers. Then things began tn
move. Wlthlngton sent word to the
police station, nnd n imrintc.t officer
was sent poato hasto to the n-scuo of
tho Sheriff's good friends. Van tile
son explained to the olHcer that bo
was making no dlstiiibnnce nnd find
committed no bieach of the peace.
Whoieupon tho oltlcer departed. Wlth
lngton' sent another call to tho sta
tion for re enforcements; mill Lieu
tenant K-ibnleaalm and Officer lis
plniln wtro sent to the fiaj-. They
grabbed the renionstratlng van Glesnn
mid ejected him bodily from the
building. There was no Mood shed.
TAYLOR IS MUDDLED
(Obntbraeil from Tutt 1A
spacn In tho Advcitlscr, and tbo ob
ject Ion was overruled.
"You can't fill up blanks with ob
jections heie," h.ild Thompson, eaua
lng the Court to laugh.
Thompson brought out the differ
ent statements of Taylor published In
Ihu Advertiser and In his own writ
lug, referring to the manner In which
Ayrcs of the Advcitlscr Hist hi (inch
ed the pioposltlon to Taylor. Taylor
stated that the elaborated form ot
the first statement of the bribery was
given to Smith of tho Advertiser,
while the condensed foims be gnvn to
(ho Attorney Gciicial and kept one
"Did jou send dally bulletins to
the Advcitlscr?" nsked Thompson.
"I did," answered Taylor. "I know
that thn material In these statements
would be used In the Advertiser."
Taylor stated on tho stand (his
morning that ho had met Ayrcs by
accident In the Queen's Hospital.
Thompson piodiiecd a paper In which
he stated that he went on purpose to
meet Ayrcs. This latter ho admitted
to lie correct.
Ho also stated (hat bo met It. O.
Mnthesnii by appointment nnd they
went to the Chinee store where Tay
lor was to meet Lee Let. i Ho also
staled that ho "concluded" that Mr.
Malhcson thoroughly uinlei stood tho
Chinese gambling situation, because
ho bad been associated with him
(TnyhliO In police work before on
Tailor said (lint "after It had been
called to his attention that bis state
ments wcro going to be published, I
authorized their puullcatlon."
"Do you receive any salary from
tho Civic federation or from Mr. 12il
TnvvAe?" asked TlinnVpson.
"I do not," nnswVrcd Taylor.
Lnrmirh thon took over tho wit
ness, and wished to find out concern
ing tho coin lecclved by Tayloi.
Thompson objected nnd the objection
was sustained. Taj lor was taken oft
tho stand. As pci mission was given
td'Ajies In havo some stitches taken
from his ear, and ho consequently
was not present, n. recess was called
until 2 o'clock.
"A stitch In time saves nine,"
quoth flank Thompson.
COULD COUNT ON MORE
Her father: And ho jou want to
ninny my daughter, eh? .
Young Man: That's what I said.
Her father: Hut how do jou ex
pect to support her on an Income of
$R00 a j ear?
Young Man: Oh, como now, jour
Income must bo ten -times that
SEOUL, Knioa, June I The Jap
anese (internment has begun an ng
gieslto campaign against tbo Korean
liisuigcnts. There have been slxty
nlno engagements within ulna days,
dining which 372 insurgents vveio
killed and 55 prlsoneis taken.
REORGANIZE RUSSIA'S NAVY
ST PLTIJRSIILIRG, Russia, Juno 4
All Impel lal older has been Issued
icoiganlzliig tho sjbtcm of command
In tho navy.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
M X 5C 5C U K X )C A X M M H M H
ii K m s a a a : tf ;i sc k k h m 34
ThurJil 0 June I.
Am Fchr. Alice Cooke, Pcnhnlioiv
2C ilajs f 1 0111 Poit Ludlow p. in.
Frjdny, June 5.
U. S, A. T Sherman, Itrugiilcrro, en
unite from Manila to Sail f ranclsco,
7 n. in.
Sltur. Manila I.oa, Siniurson, front
Maul and Hawaii ioit, 5 n in
K K E K M X X X i ii V. K M a K X
K U X 8 M K K wKXKJfKJfKX
'lhmiii.i.v, June I.
Slmr. Nocau, Mitchell for ilonnfcj.i.
5 p. m. '
Stmr. Klnail, rirego-, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. 111 '
Slmr. James Makee, for Po.irl Har
bor. Kijiialo icef, Lalialna nnd llllo.
b'chr. Rob Hoy, for Oahu ports.
a W is n X M, K . X S It X i( 51 M
K SAILING TODAY
Jf X W 55 JC $ if st M ?C X jt- 3C K X 'C
Stmr. Claiidlne, llennclt, for Maul
' tt . 'I nnrts. nt 5 n. 111.
V S. A. T. Sherman. Ilrugiilerrc, for
Sail Francisco, nl 5 p. in.
a n m x " J. i', j. x ' ) ft x rt a it
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
A X X X X X t V Hi X X A S X
Per stmr. Mnima Loa, Slnierson.
f 10111 Maul ami Hawaii ports, June 5.
S. lizaio. Miss S. Pedio. M. f Scott,
f. II. McStocker and wife. Miss J. Me
Stockcr W. A. Ilaldwln, 1). II Davis,
llrolber Sjlvesttr, Sister Antoul.i, nnd
39 deck. .
x x x it w x it it x x m X x x a
' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
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Per stmr Klnau, Gmgorj-, for Kauai
June I. 5 1. in A. Mcngler, Tnn Wn,
J. W. Doyle and servant, C M. Ley
sled ami wire, A. J. lllackmnii, L.
Welnzhc liner. W. fisher nnd wire,
Mrs. V. Weber, Miss C. McColgau, L.
L. Harding. Mrs. Pclker. '
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following are Ibe pmplci booked fnf
the llllonlan. leaving June H: Cl.ir
enco Djer, Mis. Geo. J Aitqtir. Muster
Augur, Mis I. C Abies. Kelliielh
Aides, Wlllard Abies, Mrs Marx and
2 children. Leslie Marx, Paul Kuest
hardt. Miss 12. C. Skinner, P. Y. Sulll
vun, Miss Louise Gullck, Miss Craig,
Miss J. C. Carlson, Mrs. A. Haines.
Mrs i: Prazlor. Mrs. 12 Gallagher.
Mrs. Petrle. Miss G. Whilemau and
child, W. P. Miller, Olmsted Atwntcr,
Wllll.uu Hoist. Miss Stella Pedio,
Miss Giaco Webster, Miss M. A.
Ill own. Mist, 15. Thomas. Mlta M. Wad
dlnglou, Mr. ami Mis. II. L. Smith, L.
(1. Kellogg, G. D.-llell and wife. II. M.
Smith and wife, J. P. Dillon and wRc,
Mis. MoKcown and c'dld. W. 12. Chain
hcis, Miss II. (1. Wool. .Mrs. XV. A.
Tnjlor,G L. Samson, Miss Mary Lavv
.elice, 'Allco Tboiupson, Mrs. A. f.
Iloj'd. Mr. nnd Mrs Scharpe, Miss 12.
S. Colwcll. Mlts K. C McLeod, Mis.
C. J. Cooper, Miss Ilmiletto Laj'. Miss
12va L. Heiisucr, Mrs. A. 12. Totzel,
Mrs. W. f. Hay. Miss I. M. Pope, Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Ingrlm ami child, Mrs.
12 L. Pariisworth, Mlrs fninsworlh,
.Miss Desmond. Miss M. (I. Kindle.
Mis. M. Tiitniau, Mrs. Van Wlnklo,
W. S. Wind. Mist, Pufcpliluc Pi lost,
Mrs. J A. Pltls, Miss Kale Kelloy,
Miss Wcitluuuller, T II Petrle.
Per stmr. CI iiidlnc, Ilcmiett for
Maul mid Hawaii ports. .Iniu .',, 5 p. m.
Dr. A. I. DjIIcj and vlfo, A. Pel
lejos, Miss 12 Stone. Rev. J. W. Aull
and wife, . Q. llradfoid. Rev W. II.
fenton-Snilth, Rev. L. Kioll, wlfo and
(Continued from Pace 1)
next week, which was gi anted. Ho
then slated that when the cuso eaino
tin he would 1 alto 11 point of Jiulsdle
Hon. "I will refer to tho c.iso of Iho U S.
vs. Kim." be said. "In which It Is
held that where there Is a penally pio
tided by tho United Stales for an or
fenso, no prosecution cm be bad und
er a local statute, the federal Juils
diction being exclusive."
Prominent ntloruejs with whom (ho
matter was was discussed tvure of tho
opinion that tho point i.ilsod Is a
sluing one, esprclall) In this ease, as
Iho Kdmiiudn Act applies p.irtlcul.ulv
(o Terrltoiles. In case tho fedeuil
and the Terrllorlal courts both had
Jiitlsillitlou a defend tut could bo pun
ished Uvlco for the s-une eirtome
In 1 use tho point inlscd Is siislalnel
Ibe police jurisdiction In such cues
will he a matter of the past What
effect It will hate on Iho Thwliig cim
pilgn Incomes a self evident question,
and It would seem extremely probiblo
that Thvvlng and his supporleis st-m 1
In danger of losing the point thev
hatu gained, ns the police enfm co
ntent or tbo lawn will Ibcn bo over,
tvlillo Dlslilet Attorney llrcckons has
inclined to move In Iho mutter or
closing up Ihe plaie nt which tin
ciiupalgn was directed.
Cheap Itubbei-llro frnzer itinnbout
In good condition, Apply to Dr.
M 12 Grossman. I021-1W
GET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinj-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind We'll l.ovn it Jn
in 110 time, and the prico will be so
iuw uiai you win wonaer now we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal,
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