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BVErltNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. rntDAY, JULV 1), 1008.
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WEEKLY C EB
Oceanic Third Degree.
Perfection 14th Degree, 7 p. m
Lei Aloha No. 2 Regular.
All rttltlng member of the
mHr are cordially 'invited to
' iittaod m etlnat of loeal lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. V.
Me Tnr Uondar evening at
? la I. 0. O. r. Hall, Fort Street
R. KBNDKT, Srtary.
BOH. F. VIOKBBS. M. U.
All iWUai broUec very onttally
MTWTO L0DQ1, NO. 8, g. OF P.
Me every Id and 4th Tueadaj
of ' meat! at 7:10 p. m. at K. P.
fell, oraw Tort aad DereUnla 8U.
VUttlng Brothera cordUSSr welcome
W. L. LYLB. C. O.
B, WALDRON, K. of R. ft S.
0AHTJ LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meet Ter; flret and third Frt-
4y evealng at 7:10 la K. of P. Halt,
eoraor Fort aad Beretanla. Vlsltta
brother cordially invited to attead
A. O. DBKBINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WMITH. KJl.l.
HONOLULU I0DQE 616, B. F. 0. B.
toaolulu Udse No. 611, B. P. a
.., will meet In their hall on King
ear Fort etet every Friday ven
e. Hy ord' of the K R.
HHNRT O. BABTON,
WU. H. UelNKRNT. B. R.
'Jv. MTTJLIT L0D01 lo.S, K.0 P.
Meets every Saturday erasing at
;.I0 'look la K. of P. Hall. or
Yrt and BaretaaU. VUiUng broth
r cordially Invited to aMead
W L. PRAZBB, O.O., '
A. JACODSON. K.R.B.
HONOLULU AMBIB 140, 1. 0. 1.
Uta on the ln n 4th WBU-
mBBOAY erMlng of B month al
f:N o'elnek In K. of P. Ball, corner
teretaabi aad Port street.
Voting Daglu are Invited t at
W. L. ntAlBB, W., Preet
a t uooaa. 9er.
lAWATIAN TUBE lo. 1, L0.B.H
Meet arerr frt and third Thure
un f month at Knight of
Pythias Hall. Vial Urn brother oor.
tally Invited to attend.
A. B.'ARLEIOH. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery ,
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Btt mad latart method of photogra-
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
X. HAHAHOTO, Manager.
HIT AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delioioui OakN and Candle on Hand
IT Hotel 8t Tel. 471,
F. ?. INaga'mU
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. MOTEL ST. bit. Nuuaau A Bsthel
TO CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamil, Enchilada, Spars Bibt.
TIE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAnrrnro. papeihahqihq and
aeraT Jobbing A Specialty.
Staler in Wall Taper, Painti, Oils.
I). P. 0. Box 814. 821 No. King
St., epp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
BXOBLLINT LAUNDRY WORK
am y the
v Ith Uielr new PRINCH dry oleanlng
THE BEER WITH
AND LESS ALCOHOL.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING ST8.
When you get
u to make
Our 125. suits
" WELCOME "
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
adds so much of comfort and enjoy
ment to the home that it is almost
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Bhipment in on the Arisonan.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
6c CIGAR c
M. Ae G-unst tfc Co1
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for 'all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel, 278.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
Special baskets and bouquets pre
quets prepared for Orpheum and Op
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 18S,
fc I I
'.l'fc'lJ- JJjJJbiBfrhll- ntir'Mt . jfwJiliUUM
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Who has room for another board
er t Answer through a Bulletin
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 381.
R. F. Lasge was a passenger today
In the Alameda. "
J. T. McQrow as among tho arriv
als today from abroad.
The Uo.inl of Supervisors will hold
Its noxt meeting on Monday.
Public comfort stations have been
placed In the grounds Of tho Kxccutlvn
Call 361 or 41. day or night, for
Manuel K. Richards In his new Frank'
Anyono wishing n framed flro alarm
will ring up tho Terlrtorlal Messenger
Berwco. Phone 361.
Dr. J. II. Raymond, who will run as
a Senator, on tho Democratic ticket
returned todny from tho States.
Alfred Castle, who linn completed
his unrtorslty course, will enter the
law firm of Castlo & Wlthlngton.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are served In the best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us a try,
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Two Japanese women from Iwllel
wcro this morning fined $15 and costs
by Judgo Andrado on charges of so
liciting. Tho Home Rulo clubs nro being or
ganized on the other Inlands. Hanait
Home RulcrB report c'ncouraglngly of
a futuro bucccsb.
Thcro 1b no mainland candy better
than that mado by Oucthcr thero's a
rumor that thcro Is nono bo good. The
Palm Cafo sella Ounthcr's.
Charllo Achl Is laslng low with his
party, watching the oulcomo of tho
Republican precinct club meetings,
which take placo tonight.
Don't fall to prom by tho low prices
In nil-over Inces at Dlom'n this week.
A very big assortment of them, all In
tho now est BtJes, nt 25c and up.
Tho ICxocutlve building 1b in fcto
dress for the coming of tho fleet,
Flags and hunting and electric lights
arc placed all over tho building.
Tho Outrigger Club will havo a la
dles' auxiliary In the near future.
Such was decided at a meeting last
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
You will be surprised at IU cooling
and preservative properties. California
Peed Co., agents.
Tho Japancso Fleet Commttteo will
bold a meeting this afternoon to d s
cuss matters pertaining to tho enter
talnment of the men of tho fleet whllo
Fugetsudo, an Ice cream parlor man
on Hotel street near Nuuanu, kcepi
on hand fresh and delicious cakes and
The now Packard car, tbo acknowl
edged standard of hlgh-clasB Ameri
can care, has Just arrived 'at tho too
llamm-Young Oarage, and Is now on
"Thero are nioro funny things to seo
at tho Orpheum saloon than any other
place I ever visited." So ald one of
the boys on tho c'olllers that aro now
A cablo messago received yesterday
from Berkeley, Cal., sajs that Mr. and
Mrs. Elston havo become tho parcntB
of a daughter. Mother and child aro
doing nicely. ',
Canute da Mello, a (Porto Rtcan
charged with assault with Intent to
rape, this morning waived examina
tion In thoPollce Court and was com
mitted to tho Circuit Court for trial.
County Clerk Kalauokalanl and
Henry van Wlcson last evonlng had a
narrow escape from drowning whllo
they were fishing outsldo tho reef at
Walklkt. Their canot was caught In
the breakers and only good seaman
ship Bavod tho situation.
This evening tho nomination of of
Accra of the Republican precinct
club of both tho Fourth and tho Fifth
Districts will take place. No conflicts
are expected, as the nominations aro
'not cause for battle, any person so de
siring being able to nominate all tbo
candidates ho pleases.
"MAN OF THE HOUR"
BY CRACU MATEURS
The preparations for tho production
of "Tho Man of tho Hour," on July
16, 17 and 21, havo been completed
and the way In which tho local pcoplo
came In for tickets when tho salo was
opened at Wall, Nichols Co. this morn
ing was very pleaBlng. It is very evl
dent that the good reports which wcro
made on tho show when it was socn
at tho Opera llouso beforo will have
tholr effect and that those who fallod
to take advantago of the opportunity
then will not miss tho chanco now.
Tho prosenco of tho omcers of the
fleet at tho Opera IHouso will mean
that the threo nights of the "Man of
the Hour" will bo quite In tho light
oi society functions and already sev
eral order for bIx or mora seats tor
box parties havo been received. There
will bo many dinners glvetf whllo tho
fleot is in port, with tbo ofllccrB from
the battleships as guests, and these
will bo followed by a visit to tho
Opera Houso In many Instances,
Miss'Nollle McLean, Mrs. Wobb and
Mrs. McClennan, who take tho ladles'
portion of tho show In their hands,
are enough in thomsclvoB to bo nn at
traction. Few professional companies
are able toigot together such nn ag
gregation as that which will play on
next Thursday and Friday and the
following Tuesday at tho Opera
House. Tho prices will bo 75, 60 and
Monfort won the Thlstlo stake, the
feature event at Sheepshend Bay,
Barney Schrelber's Jack Atkln was
beaten by Far West.
Tom Williams' rirestone won the
vour eyes never give you the slight
est trouble, this ad. it not for you.
If they DO, take them to
A. N. SANFORD,
K to) B IKH!HBKKHB8fc
NOTICE TO MARINER8.
HUMBOLDT BAY ENTRANCE, CAL-
Notice Is hereby given that North
Jetty Outor End Buoy No. 1, a black'
first class spar, was reported ndrift
June 29. it will bo icplaced as soon
By order of tho Llghthouso Board.
THE MENTION of Manlaea Bay as
tho place for the coaling of tho eight
battjeshlps which aro to Ho off tho
Valley Isle, causes discomfort to tho
pcoplo of Lnhalua, who had expected
to got tho ships In tho roadstead at
THE KE AU 1IOU got In this morn
ing from Anaholn and ports, with 3177
bags A Biigar, 232 bags B sugar, 15(i
hags rlco, 2 bags awa, 1 horse, 4 hides,
1 crate chickens, and 13 packages sun
THE AMERICA MARU sailed from
Yokohama on tho 7th for this port,
with about 300 tons of freight. She
Ib duo on the ICtli.
TUB DESPATCH leacs for tho
Coast on Monday afternoon, possibly
for good, though tlitn Is to bo deter
THE HALL got In this mprnlng
from Ahukinl, with G000 bagg sugar
and 2 packages sundry goods.
THE CLAUDINi: goes out nt C
o'clock this afternoon for Maul and
tHE MAUNA LOA Balled at noon
on her regular run.
LOST FINE HAT WHEN HIS WIFE
NEEDED ONE OF THOSE
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, June 13.
Mrs. Ceo. J. Korinedy of Ashlnnd
Heights, West Mannyitnk, wanted
tho real thing in a Merry Widow
hat, bo sho annexed an expensive
Panama, which nor husband boifght
In Cuba. Sho had tho hut dcd a
brilliant red and then trimmed it
gorgeously with flowers, feathers,
ribbons, and what-not. Out West
Mnnayunk way It was the subject of
Mr. Kennedy had occasion to go
to Now York and ho mndo up his
mind to wear his Panama. Ho hunt
ed high and low for It, but could
not find It. Finally, in despair, he
asked his wlfo IT she had seen It
Then she confessed.
Realizing that ho had lost his hnt
Kennedy also lost his temper. In it
huff ho hurried to tho office of Mag'
Istrnto Orclls in Manayunk and
wanted a warrant so that ho could
have his wlfo arrested on tho charge
of larceny. The magistrate was not
In, so Kennedy told his trouble to
Constablo Lowenthal. He was told
that Ashland Heights was la Mont
goraory County and therefore out of
Magistrate Orelfs' Jurisdiction. Ken
nedy started to leave to hunt up a
Montgomery County magistrate when
Lowenthal prevailed upon him to
think twjee before ho .leaped.
"If you look at this thing In the
way I do," said tho wily Lowenthal,
"you will bo convinced that you
havo saved money. You Buy tho hat
Ib threo years old. Very well. Your
wife, by appropriating a 3-year-old
hat, has saved you tho prlco of a now
Merry Widow. Thoy are exponslve
and J on havo saved money on the
This lino of argument convinced
Kennedy and ho loft with his mind
mado up not to havo his wlfo ar
George Odom is making afl many
autumnal Mako dates for Trance as
ho can. Ho put hor in novoral Sara
toga 2-j ear-old races which closed a
short tlmo ago, and It Is his intontion
to engage her later in tho summer nl
tho Great Eastern and Nursery han
dlcaps and tho Flatbush and Cham
A Mott Excellent Assortment of
THE BE8T "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S 2JN0 ST. PHONE 52S,
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ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND RUSSIA
GETTING T0QTHK IN
LONDON, England, Juno 13.
That International ovents tend
strongly to the formal creation of it
triple alliance, including England,
France, and Russia, Is the Inference
publicly drawn from tho Rovn'l re
union cen In the most resoned Ger
man quartcis. But In nono cf the
countries directly concerned nro tlu
extremists nblo to force tho pace.
M. Clomenccnu's thciry is set forth
In tho Aurorc: "Let us nut tnlk of nn
alliance nt present. Llko tho entente
between Franco and Englund, nn al
liance of larger possibility and great
er 'numbers will como in its own
M. l'lchon, French Foreign Minis
ter, points out: "Our cntonto with
England nnd our nlllanco with Rus
sia aro now definite features of tho
policy of tho three countries nnd oth
er developments may be left to nat
King Edward's ambition Is to
crown his reign with an Angio
French-Russian agreement with did'
nlte aims. This docs not contem
plate In Its 4arly operations nny
thing nioro thnn tho clearing up of
tn it. The Initial purposes arc not
all controversies among tho parties
Whothcr tho nrrlero pensco of the
British rnall diplomatist Is Isolation
of Germany Is n question as to which
Downing street Is divided, but tho
Vls'lcho Kcltung cxprosics n sens!
bio Ucrmnn Judgment when It re
marks: "Wo havo broken ourselves
of tho habit of seeing a peril to our
own safety in every International
ON FIRST BALLOT
TO LEAD DEMOCRATS
DENVER, Colo, July 9. William J. Rrj.in rccched tho nomination
for President on tho first ballot.
Tho National platform, ns adopted late this evening, favors the Fed
eral control of the public lands of Hawaii to tho end that thoy may be
hold and utilized for tho benefit of bnnii fide hoiiKHtcadcrx; tho upbuild
ing of the American merchnnt marine without taxing t,ho public treasury;
recognition of the Independence of tho Philippines us soon as a stnblo
government can bo formed.
Tho platform opposes the admission of Asiatics, on tho ground that
they cannot amalgnmato with tho 10H of the population nnd declares
that injunctions should not Issue In labor disputes where bucIi n writ
could not be cmplojeil In the nbsenco of such disputes. In case of the
cxlstenco of disputes recourse should bo had to Jury trials.
Three Candidates Named
Bryan, Gray, nnd Johnson wcro put In nomination far President.
Tho demonstration nt tho mention of Ilrynn'B name lasted oer nn hour.
ROASTED IN CHINA
The speech which Consul Grace
of Tsingtnu. mado before the Chamber
of Commerce some time ago, In which
ho spoke of the conditions 'of that
port, has apparently cnused consider
able offense among tho Germans In
that colony. Tho "Tsingtnuer Nou
esto Nuchrlchtcn" in a recent issue
takes tho Consul severely to task and
dcnloB the statements which ho made
In his speech to tho local Chamber.
"Consul Wilbur T. Grncoy lias on
his trip homo to America given his
views on tho development of Tsing
tnu beforo tho Chamber of Commerce
of Honolulu," says tho article. "Aft
er somo commending remarks on tho
sanitary conditions, etc., In tho col
ony, Consul arnccy says: 'In Tstng
tau live about 3-4000 Germans (In
cluding tho garrison), most of whom
aro In tho Government service, whllo
tho rest nro employed In positions
which nro dependent on Government
"Thcso statements nro lluhlo to
glvo an utterly false plcturo of the
colony," continues tho nrticlo, "and
must thoreforo bo contradicted."
It then goes on to show thnt theio
aro over a thousand employed in
commercial enterprises which have
nothing whatever to do with tho Gov
ernment, nnd tho statement mndo by
tho Consul to tho effect that tho cost
of living at Tstngtau Is 50 to GO per
cent, higher than in other places In
China, Is characterized as exaggerat
ed. Tho article closos with tho state
ment that Consul Gracey Is evidently
not veiy well Informed, nnd thnt his
views nro, to Bay tho least, pessimis
tic nnd ono-slded.
185 editorial room 256 DU8'
ness office. These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
A...m,.isj!-.. . .1..-,ft,i t.,t, - hfil.i -
COL. WATTERSON EXPLAINS HOW
BRYAN GOT THERE
Chicago, Juno 0. "Tho cardinal
iulo of the Domocrncy is tho rulo of
tho majority," declared Colonel
Ilonry Wnttefson today, nnd to that
epigram expressing his opinion of
tho present candidacy of Governor
Johnson, whom ho first brought for
ward for tho Presidential nomination
moro thnn a car ago, tho Kentucky
Colonel added ills prediction that
Bryan will be nduilnntcd nt Denver
by tho Democrats next month upon
tho first ballot and by acclamation.
. "Johnson's cnuso Is a lost cause,"
said Colonel, Wnttcrson. "He Is the
victim of prociastlnatlon. When
Ilrynn said In n speech n jcar and a
hnlf ngo that ho would step nsldo if
shown n candidate who could offer
more chnnccs of making n race prom
ising grente'r success I .took him nt
his word and named Governor John
son, but tho Introduction of the Min
nesota Governor Into tho Presidential
arena fell flat as a Btalo buckwheat
cake. Thcro wbb nothing doing."
Tho Colonel also ndded that Bryan
had a fighting chance for victory.
Germany would feel alarmed if tho
British advocates of conscription
should gain 'ground rapidly.
M. rnlllcres will go to Russian wa
ters July 27 to meet the Czar, who
probably will visit Ikmdon nnd Paris
In tho autumn.
Mrs. Mnry Farmer, 29 yearn old,
found guilty of tho murder of Mrs.
Sarah Ilrcnnan tit Wntcrtown, N. Y.,
was condemned to death iu tho elec
TEXAN DID GOOD
WORK WITH MAILS
Quito n record was mado by the
Texan In her last run down from the
Coast, arriving hero Wednesday morn
Ing. Sho left San Francisco about
six hours behind tho Hllonlan, with
the mails which had accumulated in
tho timo since tho Mntson boat went
out. She got In horc nt about 7 a. m.,
counting thn tlmo as that when bIio
nrilvcd off port. And tio mail which
sho brought could lie answered iu
tlmo to got nway"froni here by tho
Koicn that afternoon at C o'clock,
facilitating business matteis Involved
thereby u good deal.
Tho bulk of tho mall, which got in
that afternoon nt 5 o'clock by the
Hllonlan, will bo answcied by tho
Alameda, which snIU next Wednes
day, Iu fiat, though siicli n thing Is not
given tho greatest credence hero,
thcso American-Hawaiian fielghtors
aro lapablo of speedy work. It Is
not policy to send n freighter along
too fust nt sea, hut with nil thnt, tho
big steamois aro making good time.
The four boats which nio now on
tho run hotweon this place nnd San
Francisco happen to ho among tho
fastest lu the possession of tho com
pany. They nro tho Texan, tho Vir
ginian, tho Columbian, and tho Mex
ican, nil capable, It is claimed, of
coming down hero ulongsldo tho Ala
meda, if they aro at the right draft,
nnd tho fuel is shot into tho boilers
in right shape.
At nil eiciits, the Texan mndo a
flue record In carrying the nulls this
Blank books of sill sorts, ledgors,
etc manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
i'n'' frmif-i ih iiiuM ilifr1''AVfaifliiUift1lliiilliiiiir
IN IN Iftlo
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, July 0.
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 7:
America Maru, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 8:
S. S. Alaskan, from Kahultil, Juno
Thursday, July 9.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrhcd July 0:
S. S. Columbian, from Illlo, June 22.
Friday, July 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 9:
U. S. S. Nebraska, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Arrhud July 10.
S. S. Arlzonan, from Honolulu.
Friday, July 10.
U. S. S. Culgon, Patton, from Salt
Francisco, 10 a. m.
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, Pcdcrson, from
Kauai, 7:30 a. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarlc, from
Oahu ports, 7 n. in.
S " DEPARTED
UaiSBBHKtfBIA MK 8 K K
Thursday, July 9.
Stmr. Klnntl, Gregory, for Kauai.
A.-H. 8. S. Arlzonan, Taplcy, for
Friday. July 10.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Simcrson, for
Maul and Ilnwal ports.
A M K HH K K K K X 55 JS 2 X if
K SAILING TODAY X
Stmr. Claudlno, Bennett, for Maul
and Illlo, 5 p in.
4 PASSENGERS ARRIVED
. S H K Hit &K K JC X S
Per S. S. Alameda, from San Fran
cisco, 7:45 a. ,m , July 10. Clarence
Achilles, P. II. S. Achilles, Miss C. Do
Agtiero, I.. Allcnberg, Mrs. Allcnbcig,
Mrs. W. G. Ashley and four children,
3. A. Baldwin, Miss B. Bales. W. II.
Beers, A. Borda, Miss B. Bunnctle,
3pencer Bow en, W. A, Bowcn. Mrs.
Bow en, II. G. Spencer, Miss Bcrthn
Bergescn, N. Ross, H. Balrd E. L.
Caum, Mrs. J. W. Cauni, Miss M. E.
Clilpman, Miss M. V. Claypool, Jere
miah Coffoy, J, V. Coffey, John Duko,
Miss Mnry Duko, A. O. Forroggarlo,
Miss Flnntgan, Mrs E. Hammond, G.
P. Hcnshall, O. Hughes, W. Hughes,
R. F. Lnngc, Mltrn Ida McDonnld, J. T.
McGrew, A. M. Mejcr. Miss E. Mills,
W. M. Nojes. Mrs. Goo. C. Perkins.
Miss S. E. Perry, E. Peterson. W.
Rantz, Dr.' J. II. Raymond. Miss D.
lllckcrt, W. I,Srott. II. U SJtlch, Mrs.
Stlch nnd son. Miss Grnco Hortcnso
Tower. MIsb A. .Wetzel. Miss A. Hut
ton, MIbi Early, L. Calllsh, wlfo and
chlhl, Mrs. Wilson Johnstone, E. Fred
erick. Per stmr. Ko An Hon, Pedcrbnn,
from Kauai, July It). J. 11. Fisher,
Mrs. B. Fuli-chlld.
Per Btmrfl W. O. Hall, Thompson,
rrom Ahukinl and ports. Mr. and
S K 5s, K K St tt K K 5i U M M K W
Per stmr. Mniinn I-oa, simeiMin, for
Maul mul Hawaii, noon, July 10. Yn
momoto, K. Shlbajnma, Miss Knco,
Joseph Kneo. Paul Makuakiiao, F. C.
Mello, John lairuo, Mrs. J. P. Cooko
and child, A. C. Alexander, Mndallno
M. Miirkham, Hurry Holt, A. Mason,
R. A. MoWnjiio. J. P. dirts ami wife.
Rev. II. P. Judd. Mrs. 8, F. Chilling
worth, Geo. Chllllngworth, Eilwnrd
Chllllngworth, Mrs. Bcsslo Clinton, W.
Per S. 8. Hllonlan, for, San Fran
cosco, July 14. Miss Gertrude K.
Brown, C. F. White, F. C. Chalmers,
Miss V. K. Sarles. J. Dutot. W. E.
Chambers and pnrty (2), Miss Ma
?oon, I.anl Magoon. D. Forbes nnd
unrty, Mrs. A. F. Boyd. Miss Helen
Lisle, MIsb Ruth Huntington, Chlng
Willi Chan. Chlng Hung Yiiu, R. A.
Robblns, Miss A. E. Saoy, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Reed, J. Opfcrgolt, Mis.
Opfergclt and two children, E. M.
Wntson, Dr. B. McV. Mackall. Mrs.
Tomllnsnn, Miss L. Kong, Y. T, Low,
Miss M. E. Brown, Miss M. E. Foltz,
M. II. Smith, Miss A. W. Rlmlck, Win.
11, WiitHcn, MIsb E. McGregor, Mlsa
Clalru Uecko, Mlsa Stephens.
Per stmr. Claudlno. Bennett, for
Maul nnd Illlo, July 10, E p. m. Mrs.
F E. Damon. Mlsa E. Damon, R. I.
Lllllo, Miss Knnpp, Miss M. Cooke,
Geo. J. Warren. Mrs. J. W. Davidson,
Father Wcndolln, Y, A. Kwou, Kto
It becomes moro apparent fiom day
to day tint Wnlter Miller has lost
much of his old form. Ho had four
mounts Thursday, but fulled to get
one of them In the inonoy. On Fi I
day and Sntuiday ho did but Httio
better. E. Dugun and Notter appear
to outclass him to u marked degree.
New York Sun.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinc-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveAit ready
in no time, and the price Mil be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; to
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boot and Maoltiue Works,
King near Alapai
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