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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T 11., MONDAY, JULY 27, 1003.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Initiation.
Hawaiian Third Denree.
Pacific Flrt Degree.
Kadosh 30th Degree.
All visiting members of tlio
Order are cordlnll) Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets oi err Monday evening t
7:30 In I O O. F Hall, Port Street.
K It. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. P V1CKKRS, N. O.
All vUItliig lirotlicrs very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OP P.
Meets every 2d and lth Tuesday
of aacn mouth at 7-30 p. m. at tt. I',
Hall, corner Port and Dcretanla 8t.
YUttlug Ilrothers cordially welcome,
W. L LYLK, C. C,
V V.LDRON, K. of U. &. B
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets ocr first and third Fri
day evening at 7 30 In K of I. Hall,
corner Port nnd Ilcretanln. Visiting
brothers cordially tin Red to attend.
A. 0 DKKUINO, C.C.,
JA3 W WHITE, K.11 3.
HONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, 11. P. O.
E , will meet in their hall on King
near Port Street overy Prlday even
lug. By order of the C 11 :
HUNRY C. EASTON,
VM. II. McINEUNY, E. It.
Wm. M'SINLEY LODGE No.8, K efP.
Meets oery Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Jtort and Berctanla. Visiting broth
ers cordial Invited to attend.
V. L. FRAZKE, C C ,
E. A. JACOHSON, k n s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and lth WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K of P. Hill, corner
Bsrotanta and Port streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. W L FIIAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Moots oory first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. U AltLEIOn, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best and Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAM0I0, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candle
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
F. . Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST bst. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE "CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Will Paper, Paints, Oils,
to. P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FEENCH
, 267 Beretania Bt. Phone 1491.
THE SUPERIORITY OF
is acknowledged by persons
accustomed to drinking the
is to be had at all bars.
mjIITI, tnUftUf 4MAJlMMttMCUHt
I Malt Extract
It will build you up
RiUHSERS EUsflfi CO.,
TOR FOOT AD 1050 8T6
mm iqurrv rfuw-a.-n"V.air.3f)rvra
Wim you get
u y make
GEO. A. MARTIN,
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up aad hare tout fua.
HAWAIIAN, PHILIPPINE, AND
SOUTH SEA CURIOS.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Youir Bldg. Phone 839.
Get a Viotor
BERG6TX0M inC 60., LTD.
OIFTESHUL'S MtTT VLOUR
New Shipment in on the Ariioaaa.
HENRY MAY & 00., LTD,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The best price you will ever get for
a used article will be the result of a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Kent Prankllu cars. Stkyde Btbls.
Tho band will play at Emma Square
A pearl bucklo brooch has been lost,
See ml, this Issue
Secgnr pitched n winning gamo
until he Went out In tho 11th.
Honk' Honk! Call 111 or 191, J. A.
Mcl.cnd, for pleisantest nuto ride.
Moaua Hotel bath house will be
open every evening during month nf
Hear Admiral Capps has slated that
tho Plect held up splendidly in their
run ho far.
Call 301 or 41. day or night, for
Manuel K. Richards in his now Prank
The Plcet was heard from at a dls
t.mco of 775 miles Saturday night by
J Lor Wnlhrch. tho healer, left for
.Vancouver via Snn Pranclsco, In the
, Illom will hold a grand clearance
Milo to begin Saturday. Kver) thing
Is marked at clearing out prices
All kinds of beor wlnos and mixed
drinks ore served In tbo best mannor
at the Pashlon. Just glvo us a try
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd , can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
John Watt malinger of tlio Ohii
plantation, and family aiu booked in
sail for tlio mainland on tliu Limine
vii routo to Scotland.
On Installments ot $3 per month )ou
can purchase a Whlto Pamlly licit iry
ewlng machine llenny & Co. Ltd
iigents. 1200 Port 8L Phono 4S8
No detail is overlooked b tliu Con
folidated Soda Water Works Co In
tho manufacture, of liiilr high grade
toilii water. Ring up 71 for u cute.
tout jour Iron mot with "Arabic"
You will In) siiriiriKind at its cooling
and pruHfitutlve prnttirtlnr CallfornlH
Pud Co agents
Hau )oti tried the candles at tlio
Alexander Young Cafe? Ask for "Uut
ter Cup' or ' Crystallized Corn" ov
cr)liod likes them
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
rents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Tlieio Is no plcasantcr place for a
few (lu)s' outing and rest than Hale-
Iwj. It is cheerful, closo to the sea.
a nil within view of the mountains.
The directors of tho Knhuku planta
tion havo authorized the retirement of
$75,000 of tho outstanding J.'OU.OUO
bond Issue. This Is to tako placo Oct
Sachs' display of new Bummer
goods Is attracting n good deal of cus
tom. Some of tho prettiest ami nw-
ist designs for the summer are to bo
seen In their windows.
Mrs. Tu)lor has some very rnro Ha
waiian, Philippine, and South Sen
curios on exhibition. A great variety
of really Duo curios nt moderate
prices Young building.
Join the Harrison Mutual Associa
tion now. You will never regret It,
If jou do, but )ou will certain) regret
not having done so. Seo Mr. To un
bend, Knplolanl building.
Robert Hind ami J. A. McGulru. cat
t lemon of Hawaii, sailed on the Siberia
jestcrday, each nccomp inlod by his
ramlly. The party will probably go
through to tho Hastcni const.
Prank Mills, tho old tlmo hackmnn
who died some tlmo ago, will bo hurled
tomorrow. Tho funeral will bu held at
rls mother s homo at 72!) King street
Ittlatlves and friends nro Invited.
Tho people from tlio mainland drink
beer because It is healthy and the)
drink Hnlnlci beer hecauso It Is tho
beet. At all liars or by wholesale at
Halnlcr IJoltllng Works. Telopliono
Pullurc of tho Hawaiian hand to
play nt tho reception of tbo Chlncho
Consul was on account of tho Consul
being In mourning. Tho offer of tho
band was made, but the Consul was
forced to decline.
LI Chlng Tin, nephew of LI Hung
Chang and a multi millionaire of tho
Plowery Kingdom, passed through
hero on tho Siberia estorda. He Is
going to tho United States and Huropo
to study trado progression.
After n term In tho Mission of Holy
Innocents, Lahalna, Miss Van Deerlln
has been recalled to tako duty aguln
at Tho Priory. Sho will tako tho placo
of Miss Tnllan, who has resigned to
accept work In tho public schools of
Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrston Campbell has appointed IZ. N.
Holmes, I). i:. Metzgcr and R U. Itlch
urds a committed to expend tho $000
icccived from tho sala of tho old
buildings on tho Pedcrnl slto at 1 1 Mo
In tho euro and bcaiitlncatlon of tho
Iter Amos A. Hbersolc, tho now as
sistant pastor of Central Union
church, prenchod for tho llrut tlmo jps
terday morning.. His toxt was onu ot
tho mottoes of tho church, from tho
tenth chapter of John, tenth vej-fco;
"I romo that they might havo life, and
ni(ght hue It abundantly"
Lieutenant Commander Caldwell
nivlg-itlng olllcer of tho Mllwnukio
was Admiral Honey's chief aid on tlio
Olyinpla In tho battlo of Manila Hay.
Lieutenant Commander Morgan, tho
executive olflcor of tho Milwaukee
was on tho Halolgh In that battle. Cai
tnlu Corwln P. ltces was cxecutlvo of
ficer of the Olympla at tho tlmo.
A birthday surprise party was ten
dered Thomas P. McTlgho by W. 1
McTlglio last Monday uvenlng. Pedro
was Indulged In and a very enjoyable
ovcnlng spent. Thoso present, besides
tliu guest of honor, were Hon. John
A Hughes, Hon. W, J. Hoblnson Cnpt,,
MrH and Miss Thompson, Cnpt and
Mis J It. Parker, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Wnlker, Mr and Mrs Wm. McCoy,
Mr and Mrs Henry C-ehrlng, Miss'
Pa) no, Mr. Murray and Mr. niggs,
both of tho U. S. S. Connecticut: Mr.
Connelly of tho Culgoa, P. J. Sullivan,
for aching eyes eyes that have
COME AND SEE US.
I H- ' I ! '
Wireless measngrH wern received
from tbo Meet cl 11 o clock Inst nigh'
by the wirele-us telegraph opeiatur nt
llarber'a Point. The luttlcihlpi wcio
1018 miles out at 8 u clock hut tilglit.
THINGS ON THK WTl'KPHONr
were made lively by the Siberia )cs
lerduy. She arrived fiom tho Orient
with 900 tons of enrco for this nort.
Making tho oiling enrl) In the morn
ing, she went out ngaln for San
i'lanclsco nt blx in the afternoon, car
ding n largo number of passengers
fiom tills port, turning them n good
number of Honolulu people Sho had
iltiltu n number of dibtlngtilslied per
sons on board. The tiln over hero
was uneventful nnd pleas int through
the whole way.
CAPT. N. P. SOUILNSON Is con
dtutlng n treasure-hunting expedi
tion shortly to sail from San Pran
clsco.' nnd to pass this port on routo
to the South Seas.
TIIKSK Ann tho cpilet di)s on tho
vaterfront, but the 9tm tons of freight
whlrh tho Siberia brought In will keep
unngs moving nt tlio custom house for
some time to come.
Till: nitlTISH lark Huh wood Is
still In the1 stieaip awilllng orders.
She has become n fixture In tho land
and watcrsenpo off the clt) front.
THK J. A. CUMMINS sailed thU
morning nt 7 o'clock for Oaliu ports.
THK MAUNA KK halls tomorrow
at noon for Hllo and Maul ports.
TI1K KK AU HOU sails this evenlnij
nt 5 o'clock for xl ports.
THK KOItl.'A U dun from tho Coast
with mall on Wednesday,
THK LUIILINC takes tho next mail
to the Coast.
? ft- i- i X- it
I July 27, 1008.
Tcmpei.ituris C a. m , 74; Sam,
79' 10 a m, 7S; noon, 7C; morning
Hnronietor, S a. in, 30 01; nbso
luto liumldlt), S a. m, C.Tsr. grains
per cubic foot; iclatlvo liumldlt), 8
a in , 04 pur cent.; dew point. 8 a m ,
Wind 0 n in., velocity 2, direc
tion K; 8 a in, velocity 0, dlicction
NK; 10 n m, velocity 9, direction
NK; noon, velocity 0, direction K.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
8 a. m , 00 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 17! miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Dlroctor, U. S. Weuther
REAL ESTATE TPvANSACTIONa
Entered for Record July 25, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Hank of Hawaii Ltd to Chung Yat
Ping ct til D
Mrs K A Nawahl to Manuel K
Cook tr : AL
Allte L HiHigs and hsh ct nl to
Hubert Love L'st Ltd D
Mis Pnnii) Lovo to Robert Lovo Ks-
tato Ltd I)
Alice L lloogs ct al to Robert Lovo
Kstato Ltd IIS
Helnilch Itenjes and wf by atty
to Wong Ah Chuck D
Entered for Record July 27, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
S N Ctibtlo Pat Ltd to Trs of Mnry
Castle Trust D
Cecil Drown tr to Namakuhtkl Ka-
ha and lisb Rel
Gaspar 8)lwi by atty to Illshop &.
Hawn Hotel Ltd to Illshop & Co..M
Bulletin Business Offiee Phone 251
Bulletin Editorial Room Vhone IBS
& Me-.t Excellent Assortment of
1HE REST ''MTTERS" IN TOWN
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KING ST. PHONE 52S.
WASHINGTON, I). C, July 25. Tho American gunbo-it Yorktown,
which is patrolling nbout tho' Prlbyloff Islands, protecting tho seal rook
cries, rcpoits that there nro live .liipjucio schooners near St. Paul Island,
suspected of poaching. A clash between tho gunboat nnd the poachorn
1 ho Yorktown, commanded by ('
n mouth ago from Sitka for Unalas.wi
to give a good account of herself.
China's Fleet Greeting
PKKINO, China, Jul) U -II il
tho Governmbnt for t'i entertalnme
during tho call of thp battleships tit
MURDERER OF STr'ENS
PUT ON TRIAL
SAN PIIANCISCO, Calif., July 2C
Tho trial of Chun, the Korean who
shot 1). W. Stevens, the Special Ad
viser of tho Japanese (lovcrnnicnt,
hero Inst March, will bo begun here
TURKEY !S HAPPY
CONSTANTINOPLK, Turkey, July
20. Tho rejoicing among tho people
over the granting of a constitution
still continues. Tonight the steamers
In tho lSo.sphortiH vvcro decorated and
Illuminated nnd a thousand persons
marched to tho palace and checicd
Tho constitution provides foi the
calling of nn assembly and guarantees
personal and religious liberty and tlio
security of property.
CONSUL TOOK FLIGHT
WILLKMSTAD. Curnco-i. D. W. I,
July 20. A mob made n demonstra
tion today beforo the house of the
Venezuelan Consul here, forcing tlio
Consul to tuk rcfuga In tho German
Consulate. Troops were ordered out
to preserve order, and aro now patrol
ling the streets.
SKATTLK, Wash., July 2C -Judgo
I la n ford has Issued an injunction
against the striking longshoremen.
TWENTY PEOPLE BURNED
TKLSIH, July 25. Twenty per-,
tons perished In a tire which ilestroj
cd 300 houses hero today.
STENOGRAPHER EXAM ,
Secretar) John Short of the Civil i
Service lloardhas Issued the following
uiiMouucement for nn examination for
n stenographer and t)penrltcT (malo):
Tho United States Civil Service
roninilslsnu announces an examination
it Honolulu, Hawaii, on Aujust lutli,
to secure cllglbles from which to make
certification to 1111 two vacancies In
tho position of stenographer iiuil typo
writer (malo), at $1200 per milium
each, one lu tho 1'nglueer Department
at Largo and tho other In tho Offico of
tho P.nglneei of tho Twelfth Light
House Dlstilct. Honolulu, Huwall, and
vacancies requiring bliull.tr qunlinca
tlous us they may occuio in mi) branch
of tho service.
Men only will bo nlmttted to this
examination. Ago limit, 18 )oirs or
ocr on tho clito of tho examination.
Tho scope and chninctcr of this ex
amination nre indicated in Form 1424,
"Information for Applicants for tho
Stenographer and T)powrllcr Kxam
In itlon This examination H on.-n to
nil citizens of tho United States who
rompl) with tho rerpiliuments. This
announcement and Pnr 1424 contain
all Infill illation which Is communicated
to applicants regarding tho tcopo of
tlio examination tho vacancy or va
cancies to bo filled, and tho qualifica
Applicants should nt oueo apply to
the secutary of the boiid of examin
ers at tbo custom house, nt Honolulu,
II. I, for Porm 1424 and application
Perm 304. No application will bo ac
cepted unless propel ly executed nnd
illed with such bccrelnry prior to tho
hour of closing business on August
14, 1908 In nppl)ltig for this exam
ination the exact title ns ghen nt tlio
head of this announcement should bo
used in tlio application.
Towne' What on earth has como
over Mcoklc)? Ho was ulmost Im-j
ptidcnt to mo this moinliig. I
Drciwno: Oh, I'll tell )ou. Ho an
swered tho ntlvcitlscment of a coirn
spondenco tchnol of pugilism last
night nnd m ranged to tako the
course. Philadelphia Press.
We have what you want. TOOTH BRUSHES, TOOTH
POWDERS, TOILET B0APS, SAFETY RAZORS. The larg
est and most complete stock in the city,
The American Drug Store
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
miu.inder James II. (llcnnon. sailed
Sho carries bIk guns, and is ablo
f u million tnels will ho expended by
nt of the American Atlantic Plect
CONSTANTINOPLE Turkey. Jull
PR Thnfiv ttl ttpitnl utitlitittl lum ttloa
i:r . : "" -
liiajeti over mo rcsiorniiou ol me
i (institution to Macedonia, nnd It Is
expected that the act of tho Ottoman
Government will tesult In n settle
ment of tlio Pai Kastein question.
STEVENSON FOR GOVERNOR
HLOOMINGTON, 111.. July 2...
Adlal Stevenson, who was Vice Picsl
dent under the second Cleveland ad
ministration, has ntimmnccd himself
ou n candidate for the Democratic
nomination for Governor of Illinois.
SHOOTING AT TABRIZ
i TAIIIUZ, Persia, July 20. Theie
Is still Mime tiring In tbo stiects be
tween tho lo)nl troops nnil tlio Par
liamentary pntlb.iii8, nnd Homo de
sultory righting Is taking place.
I QUEEEC PAGEANT
QUKUCC, Canada. July 2"i. Tho
hlstur) of the Picneh in Canada was
depleted In u historical pigeant, in
which tin ce thousand five hundred
nctors tool: part.
CADETS ARE DISMISSED
OYSTKIt HAY, L. I July 2C.
President Hoocvelt has approved tlio
order of dlimlss.il of the West Point
cadets, found guilty of, hazing.
REVOLUTION IS ENDED
TKGUCIGALPA, Honduras, July
20. Tho Government troops havo ic
oecuplcd Cholutecn, and tho rovolu
tlou'has been ended.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllno, for San
rrnucisco, July 29. Mrs Castle-Cole-man,
Miss Cross, Luchlng Y. T. Low,
Aloy Soongs, P. U. McStockcr, Mm.
McStockor, Miss McStockcr, Miss
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Sechncr, Mrs.
Geo. Martin nnd two Infants, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Watt, Master Watt, Mlis Mabel
Kau, Murgaret Wong, Prank Atherton,
Mrs. Prank Atherton, child nnd maid,
A. N. Campbell, Mrs. Campbell, MrB.
P. 1). Croedon und two Infants, P. I).
Creedon, J. A. McLcod, Mrs. L II.
Jacobs, Miss Kunlco Pratt, Miss M.
Crelghton. Dr. K. E. Ostrom, II. T
Careon, Mrs. V. W. Kvcrton, Mr. r.ud
Mrs. J. W. Harvey and two children.
Fiod W. St. Goar, Otto A. Blerbach,
wlfo and child, W. K. Tucker, Mrs. A.
M. Ilrnwn. Judgo A. P. Hartwoll, Mhs
Helen Karnes. Miss M. Loomls, Miss
Wert, Miss C. Karnes, MrB. Mary
Gunn, Mrs. J. A. Manor, P. n. Worth
niucllor, Frank A. Richmond, P. Kn
dey, Wiay Dorsstrom, Oov. J. T. Rak
er, P. C. LcUlond, Hrothcr Walter,
Miss Center, Mrs. Crockett, J. Gunn
and wife, Miss Cklckerlng.
O'SHAUGHNESSY'S NEW WORK.
Tho San DIcgo Union nf Juno 2S
piiblUhcs an llhiBtrated aitlelo ou the
gieat woik of water development for
the city supply of San Diego that Is
going on under tho dliectlou of M. M.
O'Shniigliucesy. Tho Union tajs
That tho work of ln)lng out this great
h)stem, and that tho largo conduit and
liifce dams will bo constructed on cor
lect and most durablo Hues, Is made
certain by tho fact that tho Southern
California .Mountain Water company
has foi its chief engineer M. M.
O'Sliniighuessy, ono of tho most com
pete nt engineers lu tho countiy.
ALL THE TIME
"The bucket shop Is a great nicn
nco lo our national welfare."
' Yes, -Judging fiom tho past, fu
tuies jio a mighty bad thing under
ptesont conditions." Kansas City
IN lllli POftTS
TABLE REPORT OF SAX
Saturday, July 22.
DKLAWARK HHKAKWATKIl Ar
rived July 24'
Am. sp. Atlas, from Knhiilul, April 8.
GRAY'S 1IARI10R Sailed July 24:
Am. 8chr. Hclenc, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 21:
S. S. Columbian, from Sallna Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 23:
S, S. Ailzonnn, henco Jul) 10.
POUT GAM IJLK Sailed July 24:
Ilktno Kllkltat, for Honolulu.
II1I.O Arrived July 23:
8 8. Indrnvclll, hence.
MAHUKONA Sailed July 19:
Ilk. Mohican, for San Fianclsco.
MONTKHKY Arrived July 23:
8. 8. S mta Rltn, hence July 1 1
JA I .JANCISCO Sailed July 24:
S. S. Alameda, for Honolulu.
Monday, July 27.
NKW YORK Sailed July 20:
Am. sp. Port George, for Honolulu.
s k s h nua fHKiiRsa
Sunday, July 20.
P M S. S Blbeiln, Zoeder, from
Stmr. W O. Hall, Tullett, fiom
Stmr. Miknbnla, Tluimpson, fiom
Maul nnd Moloknt
Stuidii) July 20.
P. M. S S Siberia, Zeedei, for Sail
Fr.mclf.to. 0 p. in.
Stun. Mint, for Kami polls.
Stmr. Mlliau, Oness, foi Kaiiii
IV bk. Mlchclet, Rene, for Port
U BAIUH8 TODAY
A. II. S. S Vligliilun. for Knliiilul.
Stmr. Ku An Hun, for wlndwaid
l PASSENGERS ARRIVED a
Per P. M. S. S. Siberia, from Yoko
1 .inui, July 20 For Honolulu: l)r K.
A. Dowser. Mrs. Chang Sec, M. R. Pes
ter, MM M. P. Olbln, 1'. Grlmley, P.
M. Johnson, Mis. P. s. Johiibou. ,Mls,s
Francis Johnson, Miss Helen Johiibou,
.Mrs. M. Mitchell, T. Ml)nkuwa, II. W.
Per stmr. W. O Hall, from Kau il.
July 2C Chns. Makeo, K. Oka, T.
Miunkaml, Ilev. Isugti, Rov. Tnkalade,
Mrs. A. McGurn, Miss Clirist-Isuil, K.
P. Low, Miss Kulilman, R. IverB, nud
Per stmr. Mlk.ihala, from Maul nnd
MoloK.il porfs, Jul) 20. W. K. Kalian
Per P. M. S. S. Liberia, for Sin
Fianclseo, Jul) 20. Robeit Hind, wlfo
nnd 3 children, A. W. Carter und wife,
A. II. Wood, wife and son, MIsh M.uy
.Maxwell, Jack R)iin Miss llesslu
Kintnci, Miss K P. Wjkoff, I). Powell
und wife, Mlstcs J. nnd M. Powell,
MHs Carrlo Ileig, MrB. Francis Hu)
den, Mis. W. 11. Pi ess, Miss U Press,
Miss Jessio Ogtleii, Miss C. 0oden,
Mrs. II. P Junes, Miss Helen Joiu's,
Mrs. G. W. Tnhon, Mlts K Uavls, Rov.
nnd Mrs. T. II. Hatina, Mrs. T. H.
Sliafer and 2 daughters, .Miss Ger
triulp Shufer, Miss Ciilllgan. Mrs.
Davis, MU b Hlekok, J. M. Young Mrs.
L. L. Ormsby, Mrs J. C. liiichinson,
A. C. Row let, J R. La Rue, Miss Annlo
Chubb, Miss S. Chubb, Col. W, U.
Hughes, Mis. Annie Sp-lnger, Miss
Graco Uiinlop, Mu. M Gorman. J, U.
Ilerner and wlfo, K. T. Uai tliolomew,
Paul Rartholoinow Mrs. Goo. P. Hens
ner, Mlts Ma) Heusucr, Miss Alma
Ross, Mrs J. G. Miiher, Mrs. Garnse),
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