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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, JULY 18, 190 J.
V4 5-' J ....
Rom Croix and Council of Ka
doth Regular, 7:30,
Honolulu Chapter Practice,
Hawaiian Second Degree.
All visiting memberi of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend tnf ttlnm of local lodgee
SARMONY tODQE, No. 3, L 0. 0. V.
Meets every Monday evening at
tl la L 0. O. V. Hall. Fort Btree.
. R. HBNDHY, Secretary.
BEN. F. V1CKER8, N. Q.
All rutting brothers vary oordtallj
MT8TI0 LODGE, NO. 3, X. 07 P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
f each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
all, corner Fort and Ueretaula BU.
rutting Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
V. WALDRON, K. of R. ft S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. o( P.
Meets every Krst and third Fri
day tTenlng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
earner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
erothera cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEBR1NQ, CO.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.S.
HONOLULU I0D0E 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. Oil, B. P. a
fl., will meet In their hall on King
sear Fort street every Friday .even
ing. By order or tho K R.
HENRY O. EA8TON,
WM. H. McINERNY, B. R.
Wm. M'KTNLEY I0D0B No.8, X.of P.
Meets every Baturday evening lit
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, eor.
rort and Beretanta. Visiting broth'
re cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEB, C.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEI);
NESOAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited te at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Preet.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Mally Invited to attend.
A. I). ARLEIQH, Sacbem.
A. E. MURPHY. 0. ot R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Beit and latest method of photogra
17 HOTEfc STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
1IST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delieioai Cakes arid Candle on Hand
IT Hotel St. Tel. 471.
P. 8. Nagamh
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. , HOTEL 8T. bet. Nuoanu ft Bethel
THE CHOICEST 8TEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLEIb
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Eibi.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Joining A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Zto. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Ham, mgr,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Ith their new FRENOH dry cleaning
2S Bsretanla 8t Phone 149 1,
does aome people lots of good,
but when it becomes a fad
harm ensues. Tonic is oftener
needed than special diet.
is "good medicine" and may
be used with impunity by any
one. There is not enough al
cohol in Rainier to promote a
AT ALL BARS.
Rainier Ilottling Works
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AMD KTjTQ SIS.
When you get
us to mako
Our $SJ. lnitt
GEO. A. MARTIN,
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
uome up ana nave some run.
Get a Viotor
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Arizonan,
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
For the sick room mAWcheerj com
panions and never fade, '
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. H Phone 339.
Who has room for another board
er t Answer throue-h a Bulletin
T TT. T
"All men of the fleet In unl.
form will be given free tranepor-
tatlon on the local street cars.
f-t- -f-r -f-TiT--f:
Rent Franklin cars. Btkyds. Stbls.'
Tailored waists at Whitney &
A small book has been lost. Soo
Honk! Honk) Call 1111. J. A. Mc
Leod, for tho ploasantest auto ride.
Moana Hotel bath huuso will bo
open every evening during month nl
J. M. Vivas of Wnlhiku lias como to
town to attend to somo professional
County Auditor C. K. Magulrft of
Hawaii and Mrs. Mngulro arrlvod from
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks ore 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 Cosh
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
' Tho total water rate collections far
(lib first fifteen days ot July were
about $11,000. This Is considered very
On Installments ot $3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12CG Fort St. Phone 488.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
You will be surprlsod at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
The eldest son of Johannes Kckardt
of tho Queen's Hospital Is among the
crew of tho Virginia, one of tho war
ships that went over to Lahalna.
A new assortment of trunks, bags
and .suit cases lias Just been received
at Mom's, and will be put on sale
.Monday morning ut selling prices.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can oe procured at this office for nve
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
ino sodawater that 13 most called
for is the most popular and the bcsl.
Tho Consolidated Soda Water Works
Co.. Is making the kind that wins tho
Washington Leo Capps, Chief Con
structor and Rear Admiral of the
United States Navy, paid nn official
call on Oocrnor Walter F. Frear this
Tho boys of tho Navy will find the
right plnco to get their shoes at the
Manufacturers' Shoo Co., 1651 Fort
Btrcct. Shoes that fit and wear, at
Judgo Dttllou of tho Supreme Court
got a sprained ankle yesterday after
noon while playing tennis at the
Plcasanton during tho reception of
Captain and Mrs. Rccs.
Robert Hind and Mrs. Hind nnd
family arrived In town yesterday.
They, In company with Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Magulrc, arc to tour tho world,'
leaving hero In a fow weeks.
Tho 'fireworks display will commence
this evening at 8 o'clock instead of
7:30 as heretofore published. Tho
display will be given on tho goro lot
adjoining tho Palacq Square.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
Central Union church will hold Its
regular Bcrvlco at Lcahi Homo to
morrow afternoon. Car leaves Pawaa
Junction at 2 p. in. for Kalmukl.
Ladles should sco tho big stock of
now goods Just opened at tho N. S.
Sachs Dry doods Co., Ltd. All tho lat
est novelties direct from Eastorn and
European cities at attractlvo prices.
Tho Knox hat has como to Honolu
lu. You may sco this excluslvo hut
In soft and stiff felt, silk hats, and
btrawB. In tho windows of Stlva's Toc-
gery. Elk's building, King street, near
Oct your children Regal shoes.
There Is no reason why they Fhoiild
not hato the name advantage, that you
afo enjoying. Regal Shoo. Store, Mc
Candles building, corner King nnd
M. A. Qunst & Co. is a tinmo that
Is well known on tho Coast. It stands
for cigar quality. The local branch
firm sells tho Kama erratic of Blears and
tob'acco for trio same prices, Corner
of Fort and King streets'.
Havo your films developed and
printed by tho Honolulu Photo Supp'y
Co. Besides carrying the largest pho
tographic supplies, thoy have the best
equipment for developing and print
lug. Fort street, below hotel.
Jack Deeiia, son of Rov. 8. L. Desha,
of Hllo. a Punahou libv. has been
awarded tho Orecnlouf sctibliirsiilp by
Harvard University,' worth $200 n
year, and 'a scholarship of tho same
amount by (ho Harvard 'Collego Club,
and will enter Harvard this fall.
United States Dlftrl'ct Attorney
Drcckons filed his condemnation suit
against tho property ,uu which a right-of-way
Is, domanded by tho Unltod
States Government at Hllo. Tho land
belongs to Lorrln Androwi, and ho
wjll ho allowed twenty days In which
to fllo his answer.
Owing to all the clorsy of tho Dio
cese being' required nt 3t. Aridrow's
Cathedral tbHdrrbw morning to aid In
thoconsccrntlon servlco, thero will bo
no servlco al St. , Clement's church at
ii o'clock, st. cicmonts people win
please, attend the Cathedral servlco
instead. There will be tho usual cele
bration of tha holy communiov at 7
a.in. uumiay sctiool at iu ana oven
pong nt 7:30.
A. N, SANFORD,
WATERFRONT NOTES A
AMONG THE arrivals yesterday
was tho bark S. C. Allen, from dray's
Harbor. She came down In fourteen
days. Captain Wilier, nho has bndly
beaten tho yachts which left San
Pedro about tho time lie left tho north
em port, Is proud of the mil.. Tho
Allen brought n full load ot lumber.
Her runs since tho Fourth ot July
wcro 161, HC, 112, 110, 135, 133, 111,
131, 102, 165 and 240 miles to port thu
last thirty-six hours of her trip.
Purser Phillips of tho steamer Man
na Kca reports tho following sugar,
ready for shipment, on Hawaii: Olan,
57,408; Walakea, 10,000; Iluwull Mill,
8500; Walnnku, 10,000; Onomea, 2100;
Pcpcckco, 15,500; llonomii, 25,560;
Hnkalau, 11,500; Laupaliochoc, 10,000;
Ookala, 5500; Ktikalau, C000; llama
kua, 9000; Paauhau, 9000; Honokan,
9000; Ktlkulhaelc, 2000; Punaluu, 18,
000; Honuapo, 3795.
Assistant Paymaster Ilrnoko, who
has been for somo tlmo stationed at
tho Naval Station here, has been re
lloycd by Assistant Paymaster J. It.
Hornbergcr. Mr. llrooxo is to o
nwny with tho Fleet, on sea duty. Pay
Clerk T. T, Dunn has been relict cd
by Pay Clerk Corn.
THE NII1IAU brought tho following
freight: C0S0 bags of M. 8. Co. sugar.
1 roller, 7 packages merchandise, 7
bunches bananas, S bags pineapples.
Her purser reports the following Btigar
on Kauai: K. S. M. Co., 41C0; (W),
3330; Mnkce, 9713; (1. & It., 750; M.
S. Co., $18,000.
THE MAUNA LOA, Capl. Slincrwin,
which nrrlvcd from her regular ports
of call brought a record list or pas
sengers Friday. Tho demands for
accommodations nt l.uhaliia. Maul,
wcro so great that passengers wcro
turned away by the steamer officials.
THE Did British steamer Indravel-
l, Captain Culllngton, which arrived
Trom tho Colonies Thursday nfter an
uneventful trip of 10 days, brought
1600 tons of coal for this port and the
s.imo Amount for Hilo. Tho balance
ot her cargo goes to Vancouver.
THE HOSPITAL shtu Relict lost an
anchor while outside Thursday. Sho
came Into port and got another nnd
then hauled to tho stream next to the
(Continued from Paze U
No. 1 titblo Is looked after by Mrs.
Malum hi and Mrs. Kla Nuhaolelua.
Chrysanthemums and ferns arc tho
dccaiatlons UBed on this table. No.
G tablo Is In charge of Mrs. Kahca,
assisted by Mrs. ManueWlela, Mrs.
Chas. Clark, and Mrs. Edward tloyd,
Tho flowers here, aro the Mexican
creeper and pink carnations. No. G
table, with Mrs. Lahlluht Webb In
charge, Is covered with ovcrgreons.
Practically nil tho ladles waiting on
the luau tables aro bedecked with
lcls In tho colors of their various ta
bles. Immediately makal ot the Hawaii
an tables on tho Kwa sldo nro the
coffee and tea tables; Mrs. Itobcrt
I.cwls Is in charge ot this booth. Sho
is assisted by Miss Kmily Ludd, Mrs.
J. Angus, Mrs. J. O. Young. Paper
(lowers Mrs. Henry Wright, Mrs.
Zoc H.. AyreB. Their decorations nro
the Kleet souvenirs of gold und yel
The foreign tables, which nro ar
ranged near tho gate, aro In chnrgo
of Mrs. 8. C. Allen. Sho in assisted
by Miss Agnes Mclntyrc, Mrs. Mc-
On the Wnlkikl sldo near the gate,
is the Ictrionhdo booth, In charge ot
Mrs. Oco. Bmitliles and Mrs. Stella
Cockett. They are ably assisted by
Mrs. J, A. Patiner, Mrs. Allco llrown,
Miss Almeo Mossman,
The candy table Is In charge ot
Mrs. J, S. Lowe, Miss Mabel Taylor,
Miss Emily Taylor.
The tobacco stand, In chnrgo of
Mrs, Henry Afong nnd Miss Ireno
Hoyd, is much patronized by tho men,
They received 4 most cordial recep
tion nt tlio hands ot tho ladles men
tioned, Tho Jce cream stand. Is In chnrgo ot
Mrs, Henry Smith and Mrs. Caroline
Clark, Hawaiian flags nro hung on
tho tent, making tho pi aro very at
tractive. vThe llowcr booth, which oe
cuplcs.tho center, s one ot. tho prct-
A Moct Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S KINO ST. PHONE 525.
FLEET WEEK PROGRAM
fia tai ! al &t al i fi fcl ci4 ta cw f j ta trj-w cwfcjtijtnciitaHTeracatJ
SATURDAY, JULY 18 Fair and lam (all day), old Schmidt place, next
to Queen's Hospital. Morning: 0 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway
and Land Co,, taking in two plantations, pineapple fields, Wahiawa,
and shores of Pearl Harbor, far; 75c; Bishop Museum, 9 to 5. Aft
ernoon: 1 to 5, Wild West Sho.v; 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 7, press
dinner, Commercial Club ; 7 :30, fireworks, wrestling match, and box-
ing match; Field Day, with Band, Boys' Field.
SUNDAY, JULY 19 Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahtt Railway &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbor nnd Wahiawa. Afternoon: 2 to 6,
regatta at Waikiki; 3, baseball ct Kapiolani Park; 3 to 6, concert
of sacred and classic musio at Moana Hotel, Waikiki; 7:30, Fleet
musical' service, Central Union Church; 7:30, sacred meeting at Em
MONDAY, JULY 20 Morning: 0 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbor and Wahiawa; Pearl Harbor trip
and band to officers; fish chowder; hookupu, Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday. Afternoon:" 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 3, polo, Kapio
lani Park; 7:30, first boxing match, second tug-of-war at sports pa
vilion. TUESDAY, JULY 21 Morning: 9 o'clock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbor and Wahiawa; Pearl Harbor trip to
officers; fish chowder. Afternoon i 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 7:30,
boxing (for sailors only), at sports pavilion.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 Afternoon: 1:30, baseball, Anla Park; 3,
polo at Kapiolani Park; daylight fireworks by Japanese Entertain
ment Committee on departure of Fleet.
The band program for Fleet week, as arranged, is:
July 17 Morning, Naval parade; 1 to 3 p. m.; Wild West Show; 4 to 6,
Captain Recs' reception; evening, ball at Waikiki.
July 181 to 5 p. m., Wild West Show: 7:30, fireworks.
July 19 2 to 5 p. m., concert, Moana Hotel,
July 20 9 a. m hookupu at Oceanic dock; 4 to 6 p. m., Naval dock;
evening, Young Hotel dance.
July 21 3 p. m.polo game: 7:30 p. m snorts pavilion.
July 221:30 p. m baseball: 4 to 6 p. m Naval Dock.
No Hydro graphic Survey
WASHINGTON. I). C, July 17. The Controller of the Tiensury has
decided that tho nppKiprlatlons for States to determine their water sup
ply cannot, dcsplto the urgency of Secretary Uarflcld's plea, npply to Hawaii.
Ordered To Pacific
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 17. Seven hundred men from tho Nor
folk nnd Newport Navy Yards have been oidored to Join the Pacific
fleet for the, southern cruise.
Premier Katstira's Policy
TOKIO, Jnpan, July 17. In outlining his policy, Premier Katsurn
saya thnt It will bo to Impinvo relations with foiclgn Powers, remodel
the finances, und foster Industries.
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SUPPLIES AT SUEZ
NKW YORK, N. Y July 17. -Tlio Celtic, laden with supplies, will
meet the Atlantic Kleet nt Sue!!.
BUFFALO WITH SUPPLIES
SAN KUANCISCO, Cullf., July 1 74 The lluffuln will sail August IT,
with supplies for tho Atlantic Fleet.
MONTANA ORDERED OUT
NORFOLK, Vn July 17. Tho Montana has been ordered on a
month's cruise as soon ns she can bo mndo ready.
ALABAMA MILITIA OUT
IllltMINGIIAM, Ala,, July 17. One man has been killed and twclvo
wounded In nn attack on strikebreakers. The militia has been ordered
a m m
PRINCE EULENBERG'S TRIAL
HKlll.lN, Germany, July 17. Tho trial of I'rlnco sui Kulcnbcrg has
been again postponed on account of his Illness. Kulcnbcrg protested, suy
Ini; that he wnuted vindication.
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TAIIHI., Persia, July 17. Itevolutlonlsts havo enptiitcd tlio city
und uro Jootlng thojimiscs of iiftlclnls.
tlc3t on the grounds. This Is attend
ed to by Mls.i Irene Dickson nnd Miss
Ad i Rhodes. Mlsa Dreler Is assist
ant. In (ho main building nro tho Ha
waiian stands. They nro heavily
loaded with Hawaiian mutx, kahilis,
and other curios, This department
Is lu charge of Miss draco Knlioalll,
Mrs. B. Hcnriuucs, Mrs. K. J. (lay,
The grab bag roohi Is superintend
ed by Mrs. J. 1). McVcltfli.
Mrs. Chas. Ilooth and Mrs. Simp
son are In charge of the cushion
ttnnd, which Is In ono ot tho rooms
of the old homo.
On the Decoration Committee aro
Mis. J. V". llobcrtbon, Mrs. J. II,
Hoyd, nnd Mrs. A. P. Taylor. They
mudo everything lovely nnd plcauant,
and thoso who attended there ex
picssed themselves highly pleased
with tho nffalr.
The piocecdu will bo expended' for
(ho transfer and erection ot a Kit
mohnmcltn stattio to the Koliala Gov
ernment school ynrd. At piescnt tho
etatuo Is located In u loncMimo spot
whoio visitors aro seldom hecn.
POUGIIKHEPSIE, N. "Y., July 1.
Rear Admiral Evans, who Is spend
ing tho summer at Luko Molionk,
submitted to nn operation on one of
his feet today, Tho Admiral had been
Buffering from gout nnd a chalky sub
stanco developed In tho tissues. .'X.
largo qunntlty of this cltulk was tak
en out by Dr, G. W, Poiichcr, Tlio re
sut of tho operation was to greatly
lollevo the Admiral, who, npatt fiom
his old complaint, is well ami cheerful.
FREAR AND PRATT
TAKE KAPAA LANDS
Land Commissioner Pratt was In
consultation with Governor I'rciir a
great part of tho morning regarding
land matters, and narllculaily Kepan
lands, though nothing definite wa's
hcttlcd. Governor Krenr has not made
out bis list of tho Land Advisory
Hoard ns yet.Jmt ho stated that hu
would havo It ready by Monday morn
ing. ND SAILDRSJN TRAIN
Tho Fleet exriirblou of tho O. It. &
L. Co, to Wnhlntva took plaeo Ibis
morning, a special train Marling at ;i
o'clock, but tho sailors, for whoso
benefit it had been nrinnged, tvoru
nowhere In Mglil. Not u single H.illor
took Iho trip, and only between foity
nnd fifty tqwnspeoplo nvallrd them
selves of the opportunity. Tho absence
of tlid Fleet men was, probably duo to
tho fact that they wero not nblo to
leato their (hips In tlmo to catch
tho train, and It Is expected that sim
ilar excursions which will tnko placo
the next fow days, will bo better pat
uinlzed by them.
Flro caused by an overheated elec
tijo Iron damaged Bovornl rooms nt
tho homo of Former Governor Rich
ards Yates at Suilncfleld 111 -..,,!
Knto Doollu, a servant, was seriously
Injured by a fall whllo lijlng to pour
water on the flames.
IN till PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, July ie.
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 17:
S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
Oer. S. S. AlcBla, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Drrltcd July 17:,
S. S. MoiiKolla, henco July C.
CANCOUVKU Sailed July 17.
S. S. Mamma, for Honolulu.
An unknown steamship passed tho
port bound south.
Friday, July 17. '
SAN FIMNCISCO Sailed July 17:
8. S. Vlrglnlun, for Honolulu.
Schr. II. C. Wright, for Mnhukona.
SBATTLK Arrived July 16:
S. S. Alaskan, from San Kranclsco.
OHAY'S HAUIlOIt Sailed July 17:
Schr. Chas. E. l'alk
K ARRIVED .
m mn m
S.itunlay. July 18.
T. K. K. S. S. Tenjo Maru, Colng,
for Yokohama, noon
8. S. Twiyu Maru, doing, for Oilcut,
ilfltK 1VA MMKSMKMKSHt
K SAILING TODAY
j v. e k. 3$ 2 a s a m x a a
ii PASSENGERS ARRIVED
SllKXKKilin' ii i K M Jt
i PASSENGERS DEPARTED
s X n x )t a k s k h )i a
Per Rtnnv Clauilliie. llenilelt. for
Maul ports, July 17, r, p. m. Miss
Kuaiiii. Jllsa M. Cook. Mrs. W. A. An
derson, child and nnld, Mrs. limine
ttnd, Annie A. Chamberlain, Mrs. Akl,
F. II. Enos mid wire, Mlsh 11. Kiauonn,
Miss It. R. Klakon.i, MIbs A. IMIhiill,
Miss I.. Palkull H. Ilannestad. G. W.
Wilbur, II. M. Alevander and wife,
lito. Maria, Mro. Charles, llio. Ilolteu.
Manuel Snvares, Jr., Pang Hoy, Hio.
Frank, llio. Geoige, It. Wallace nnd
Per S. S. Teiiyo Maru, for the Or
ient, 12 noon. Mrs. It. S. Clark, Rev.
O. II. Guild:. Dr. S. Nacklmoff, P.
Uuldokopcr, F. Votherglll and wife.
JOHN D. JR. HAS
BECOME ICE KING
NEW YORK, N. Y Juno 27.
John 1). Rockefeller, Jr., has como to
the front In Wall Street the last few
days as the reputed owner ot tho
largest block of American Ire out
side ot tho holdings ot Charles W.
Mr. Rockefeller Ii iinilerslood to
hate purcli.'iK'il this htork in the open
market, home of It as low as J'.f a
Rliare, last October, nfter he hail re
ceived icports us to Ha value fiom
expert accountants who weio permit
ted to examine the books in hU be
Its market prlco now Is $28, moro
thnn treble what It originally rest
him. Hrokcrs who usually have good
Information In regard, to his move
ments say thnt ho plans to, put Ico
to '$! this summer. Tho stock hold
nt $98 u little more than u'year ago.
Incidentally, Rockefeller's cam
paign In Ico U expected to put C'h.is.
W. Moiso on his feet again and to
hi waul him for tho work last Octo
ber In instating In tho financial
(slaughter of tho Helnzo outfit.
It Is geuernlly believed In Wall
Stiret that tho apeedy lesuscllalloii
of .Mr. Morse has been duo to the ex
cellent support chen to htm by tho
Rorkofclleis, anil especially by John
ROGERS PAID IMO.OOO.
TO ESCAPE COURT
IIOSTON, Mass., ,lulj 2. -The $.10,
OOli.Odli Milt of Cailwall.ulcr M Itny
iiiond against Henry 11. Rogers, lu
which juilgniijnt for tho defendant
was llled'ln the Supremo Court a fow
das ago has been settled by agree
ment or the litigants for $riO,ooo.
Tho action, which began four jeara
ago, was biibcd on a claim that in
1871 Rogers mndo a royalty con
tract with Benjamin. F. Grcenougli
for n secret process Invented by Oico
noiigh for refining crudo petiojetim
and making oil pon-explodlvo. Greo
nough nnd his heirs In 1S78 nsilgnnl
their rights to. Raymond, who charg
ed that Rogora applied the process to
2,000,000,0110 gallons of oil.
Rogora, It Is stated, preferred pay
ing $r.o,fl(io to appearing on tho wit
ness htand lu IiIh present Btulo ot
health ami being subjected to a sc
fULLGTIM ADR. PAY
OET IN EXT
to Yourself and let ns hm'ld tfinf m.
noe, rowinR-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
uo it. we've done it, however: so
Charles D, "Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL
i iiiAUf .)