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BVBNINO BVJU.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1908.
Uel Aloha No. 3 Initiation.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific First Degree.
Kadoth 30th Degree.
All visiting mcmbors ot tlio
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY IQDGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. T.
MMta every Monday evening at
7:10 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY", Secretary.
HEN. r. V1CKEIIS, N. G.
Alt visiting brothers. very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meets over 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Uall, corner Fort and lleretanla SU.
Visiting Drothers cordially wslcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.(
F. WALDRON, K. ot II. & B.
OAHTJ IQDGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets arery first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 in K. ot 1'. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Ueretanln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEERINO. C.C.,
JAB. W. WHITE, K.K.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, 1). P. O.
K., will meet .n their hall on King
near Fort Street overy Friday even
Uy ordsr of t.ie E. It.:
HHt'RT 0. EASTON,
WM. II. M..-INERNT, K. R.
Wm. M'tfNIXY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
'&ets every Saturday evening at
T : 30 o'clock" In-K. of P. Hall, cor.
rort and Deretanla. Visiting broth,
rs cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FHAZEE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30fo'clock In K. or' I. Hall, corner
Dsretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of onch month nt Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II. ARLEIOn, Bachom.
A. E. MURPHY. C. of R.
Pacific Photo Gallery
lut and Latest method, of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU.
K. SAKAMOTO, Manager.
BKJT AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delioious Cakes and Candle
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
P. 8. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamalet, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs,
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jo' Yng A Specialty.
.Dealers in Wt.l Paper. Paints, Oils,
'to. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
'St.'opp. Aala Park.'W. B. Kam, ragr.
. EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FBENCH
W7 Beretania St. Phone 1491.
THE SUPERIORITY OF
is acknowledged by persons
accustomed to drinking the
is to be had at all bars.
It will build you up
RHAMSEflS DRUB GO.,
TOR. FOM A BDff 9M.
Wta you 81
a to male
wear f rlaw.
rfht next to the Orpfcaoja Theater.
Come a awl kara aoaa raa.
HAWAIIAN, PHILIPPINE, AND
SOUTH SEA CURIOS.
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Yonig'Bldg. Phone 339.
Get a Victor
1X1MTI0M MTJaXC flO., LTD.
OUTUIUL'I IK IMUR
Vw Shipment in on the
HENRY MAY 4 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.
Rent Franklin cars. Btkyds. Stbls."
Honk! Honk) Call 111 or 191, J. A.
McLtod, for plcasantcst auto ride.
Moana Hotel bath house will bo
open every evening during month ht
Tho Fornander collection of manu
scripts Is soon to bo translated und
(jail 201 or ii, aay or mgm, iur
Manuel K. Richards In his now Frank
Tako your carriage pr automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
Fourteen-year-old Howard Hnstaco
yesterday rescued a drowning sailor
off. the Moana hotel.
All kinds ot beer, wlnet and mltcd
drinks aro served In the best manner
at the Fashion. Just glvo us a try.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Reeister or Typewriter. Phone 143.'
Uloms grnntl cleorniico snio win lie-
gin Saturday with nil assortment of at
tractions that cannot fall to Interest
Tho Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., win
draw up wills In proper legal form
without charge, no matter how small
or large your means.
Governor Krcar yesterday nppolnted
i.galn John D. Holt nnd A. St. C. Plln-
tint members of tho Hoard of Registra
tion for tho Island of Onlm.
On Installments ot $3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12C6 Fort St. Phono 488.
"Knntleck" rubber goods never
burst at the seams or leak nt the
Joints. Wo have a now, fresh stock of
them. Just In. Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will be surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' i Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Mandamus proceedings may be
brought ngalnst Secretary E. A. Motl
Smith to compel him to hear applica
tions for certificates ot Hawaiian
Tho Owl Is still tho favoilto G-ccnt
cigar, nnd will bo to long as rich
llavor and good burning qualifies count
for anything. M. A. Ounst & Co.
lowers & Cooke hno on hand a
largo stock ot nails In nil sizes and ev
ery variety. 1 and 5-pound packages
sold at the samo price as nails In bulk.
177 S. King St.
Tho Kash Co, aro displaying soma
very handsome Banner Boys" Bulls.
They nro natty nnd well-tailored by
special boys' tailors. In Knickerbock
er nnd other styles.
A brush flro on Alewa,JIeJgli,t8 pn
Sunday got" beyond tho control ot the
man who started It. The flro was par
tially suppressed but was bluzlng mer
rily again last evening.
J. W. W. Brewster has received a
lmdgo Issued by tho Navy Department
to officers nnd enlisted men who
senod In Cuban nnd l'orto Itlcan wat
ers during tho Spanish war.
Rov. T. Mlyukawa, tho ablest orator
and preacher In Japan, arrived In the
Siberia last Sunday to do missionary
work In Hawaii ncl. Ho has already
begun his work among his country
Mrs. W. J. Cooper, wife of W. J.
Cooper of tho Promotion Commlttco's
news service, Is expected to return on
tlio next Alameda from San Francisco,
where she has been visiting for tho
past two months. She will be nccom
pnulcil by her niece. Miss I.ouluo
Tho transfers ot the Individual In
terests of the I.ovo estate heirs to tho
newly organized corporation, the Rob'
crt Lovo Estuto, over which a dis
pute as to tho amount of Btauip tax
duo was decided by tho Supremo
Court, have been filed with tho Reg
istrar oT Conveyances.
Professor Joso Romero will glvo nn
exhibition ot Spanish dances nt the
LutJtanla hall on tho evening of Aug
ust 1. Tho dancing will ho done by
six nr seven youhg girls, t!i Profes
sor, wno is n splendid guitar player,
furnishing tho music. Finally u gen
eral danco will bo Indulged In.
Brother Walter, vlco principal of St.
Louis College, leaves by tho Lurllno
on Wednesday In response to a cabla
message from the head ot tho college
ot tho order at Dayton, Ohio. Ho will
probably bo assigned to a post In San
Francisco. Ho Jias been here flvo
years and has mado many friends.
Edward R. Nobho, who deserted
from Fort 8hafter on May 11, 1808,
and who has been searched for by the
pollco authorities, was located yester
day at Puuloa by Dotcctlvo Modclros.
Nobbo had been working, as n black
smith's helped on-tho government res
ervation for thrco weeks. Ho called
himself Charley Mayhelgh. Ho wn.i
booked to sail for tho const on tho
A thief entered Charles Chilling
worth's resldcucu In King street Sun
day and stolo a pair of coral nnd gold
bracelets belonging to Mrs. Chilling
worth. Mr. nnd "Mrs. Chllllngworth
woro nbsent from tho houso about
thrco hourB nnd during this tlmo the
theft took pla'co. Mr. Strntcmeycr
was thero nil this time, but his Illness
confined him to a room In a distant
part ot tho house and ho heard noth
ing. The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best-' engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices arid samples of the
Very Latest in -Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for 'smart functions,
for aching eyes eyes that have
COME AND SEE US.
CHICAGO, 111., July 27. The con
cutlon of tho Independence League
opened today with Wllllari Randolph
Hearst as temporary chairman.
AUSTIN, Texas, July 27. At tho
primaries today the prohibition
amendment was defeated, and Gov
ernor Campbell renominated.
W1LLEMSTAD, Curacao, D. W. I.,
July 27. The Dutch Consul nt La
Guayrn has sailed from Venezuela
OMAHA, Neb., July 27. Wm. J,
llrynn has been Initiated by tho
Knights of Ak-Sar-llcn. a local so
THE MAUNA LOA arrived this
morning ttllh n very small passenger
list nnd freight ns follows: S512 bags
sug'ir, CI bags coffee, 180 bags beans,
C bags tnro, 8 bags glngir, 2 bales to
bacco, 28 bunches bnnnius, 10 cases
dried fish, 4 barrels dried fish, 18
cases pears, 11 barrels pears. ir,7 pack
ages koa lumberr 19 kegs butter, .1
bundles hides, 1G crates chickens, 1
crato pigs, 4 horses, 30 head cattle, 411
hogs, 50 crates sisal plants, 1 cow, 1
calf 1 corpse, and 100 packages sun
EDWIN FARMER, who left tlio Cus
toms Ofllro forcu'omo time ago and
cntoicd tin) Immigration Service with
n iransicr 10 onir-r ma' aomnw csiern
States, Is imported to have applied for
entrance again to tho local Inspectors'
department. He may arrive hero in
tho near future.
THE ALASKAN Is duo hero on tho
30th from the Sound, to lenvo this
port direct for San Francisco on Aug
THE PACIFIC MAIL Unor Korea la
duu tontonow morning from Sun Fran
cisco v. llli scen days' mall.
THE MATSON liner Lurllno sails
tomorrow morning nt 10 o'clock for
THE AMERICAN, ship Fort George
sailed from New York for Honolulu on
THE A. 11. steamship Columbian
leaves San Francisco for Honolulu on
THE LIKEI.IKE loft at noon for
Mahukona and Kawnlhae.
THE NIIHAU canio in this morning
from Hawaii In ballast.
THE NOEAU sailed at noon for Ku
kulhnelo ami llonokaa.
E. P. Ripley, president of tho Santa
Fo, declines that wages ot railroad em
ployes cannot bo reduced without
causing n btilko und that In order to
keep them up tho roads must rnlso
Although Treasurer Cnmpbelcl stat
ed this morning that tho now tnx as
sessor for Ewa had not yet been ap
pointed, It is understood that Louis
Kekiimnnu will gut tho much-desired
Tho Statu Department has ordered
tho American consul-general nt Smyr
na, Turkey, to Investigate tlio repoit
that 100 American citizens on thu Is
land of Nlcniln woro seized and mado
prlsoneis by a Turkish wnrt-hlp.
A cablegram received ot Now Hav
en, Conn., tells of tho sulcldu In tho
Philippine Islands of Cnpt, James Wal
laco Ilrnatch, United States marine
corps, and a Yulo graduate, class of
"Yes," said Scribbles, "I hnvo n
perfect passion for writing poetry."
"Too bad tho passion Is unrequit
ed," rejoined Miss Chill.
1 - i ' ' '-
A Mart laweUakt Aaaortsnetit f
III BMT "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KTNQ ST. PHONE 525.
WASHINGTON", D. C, July 2".
Tho cruiser Milwaukee bus been or
dered to Amnpnln, Hondums, itnd tho
converted yacht Mayflower to Haiti.
Tho warship will sail Saturday
morning, as stated In Monday's U u 1
1 c 1 1 n .
With n spee.l of from 13 tn II
knots the Mllwnukoo ulpiuld be nble
to rover thu distance of, uvcr 1,000
miles In about 12 (!'. A test of
coal consumption is expected.
The receipt of tho cablegram from
Wnshlngton caused a rearrangement
plans, ns tho vessel was to proceed
under tho tirlglnnl orders, linck to'C(l lo tll0 rei,0rter this morning that
tho Coast. Tho news bprend nbout
tho ship nnd both officers nnd men
express themselves ns ploascd with
the change owing to tho fnct that It
will tako them within tho zone ot
revolutionary nrtlvlty, although few
have a'ny special liking for tho cli
The officers of tho Mllwaukeo nro
ns follows: Capt. Chns. C. Rogers.
V. S. N., commanding; Lt. Comdr. C.
II. Morgan, Lt. Comdr. II. II. Cald
well, Lt. 13. P. Jcssop, Lt. V. W Os-
borh, Jr., Ens. Paul P. lllacKburu,
Ens. Herbert J. French. Ens. F. II.
Woodworth, Ens. H. M. Cooler, 2d
Lt. W. L. Ilurchflcld, U. S. M C.i
Mid. It. K. Tumor, Mid. K. H. Donn
vln, Mid. I'. R. Smith, Mid. J. L.
Kuffmnn, Mid. T. M. Tipton, P. A.
Surg. J. M. llilstcr, P. A. Paymr. W.
C. File, Boatswain C. Murray, Chief
Gunner C. II. Sheldon, Chief Carpen
ter P. A. Itrlch, Wnr. Much. II. 1-3.
White, War. March. O. P. Ornker,
Wnr. Mnch. d". L. Lovctt, P.iimi-'B.
Clerk J. J. Lynch.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 27. Mr.
Tuft addressed the Republican State
Committee today, A million copies
of his letter of acceptance are being
ADVANCE OF FREIGHT
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 27.
Thu Interstate Commerce Commission
will Inquire Into the Justice of tho
udvunco In railroad freight rates.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
A good house greeted the Lumlcy
Company nt the Orphcum last night.
Tho play "What Happened to Jones"
ts by far the best farce that has been
recn hcio In many u day. Tho com -
li.iny cntcis Into tho spirit of tho
play nnd by tho combined efforts ot
BjBjBjHBTj' raaaaK aaaaaaaa iMffe L.aaVaH bbbbbbbLmJ
tho mcmbeiB iniikcs lt tho laughlngipeiMinutor; Rluuldo, the wandering
Kiiccess of the benwm. Hiihlcr us ulollnlst. the murveloim Venus, Miss
.limes, bus n pmt that Just fits htm Agnes Mills; serlo-comle vocullst, Mr.
und tho sumo might bo said ot every ! James Polk, America's foremost ban
luciubcr of tho cast, mi smoothly was' Jolft; Lottie, the dog with tho hu
tho comedy pluyed. f man brain; Ficdeilcl; llallun nnd
"What Happened to Jonos" will bo Molly Fuller In (Icorgu CiiIiiiu'm lnt
lepeated this availing. At tho ui.itl-Jcst hketcli "Election Hots." Seats on
neo tomorrow and night, Thursday, tale for tho vaudeville seasou Thurs
that gicat play "Raffles'' will bo day.
We have what you want. TOOTH BRUSHES, TOOTH
POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS, SAFETY RAZORS. The larg
est and most complete stock in the city.
The American Brug Store
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
'Although nltnost nn ex-I'rcsldcnt
row, ''Teddy" Rooievelt's nntl-rnco
If-llcldo cruindo Is Btlll being foil all
ever tho United Stales nnd Tcrrltor
as of America, nnd It has oven been
uggestcd that ho could get larger
"rojnltles" fioin n book on this sub
ject Hint ho could fiom the Mory of
his coming travels In Darkest Allien.
Tho latest to succumb to the sticn
uous Theodore's lnlluciico nro of lo
Walter F. Drake, Collector of In
ternal Revenue, bluahlngly nnnounc'
them was a new Deputy Collector.
Of course he looked nt Ralph John
stone and tho in) story was explain
ed. Hut the reporter couldn't un
derstand the blush that mantled Wal
ter Drake's face.
"Well, Wnlter can't do very much
kicking," explained Deputy John
stone, "for there Is nn addition to
his family In the shape of a baby
at PAMMCHES BOOKED &
P.er M. N. S. 8. Lurllne, for Snn
Francisco, July 29. Mrs. Castle-Cole-man,
MIso Cross, Luclilng Y. T. Iow,
Aloy Soongs, F. 11. McStockor, Mrs.
McStocker, Miss McStockcr, MI3
Schmidt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sechner, Mrs.
Geo. Mnrtln nnd two Infants, Mr. and
Mrs. Wntt, Mnsler Wntt, Miss Mnbcl
Kan, Mnrgaret Wong, Frank Atherton,
Mrs. Frank Atherton, child and maid,
A. N. Campbell, Mrs, Campbell, Mrs
D. Crccdon and two InfantB, F. D.
Crcedon, J. A. Mcl.ood, Mrs. U R
.lacobti. Miss Ettnlco Pratt, Miss M
Crelghton. Dr. 13. 13. Ostroni, It. T
Carson, Mrs. F. W. Everton, Mr. mid
Mrs. J. W. Harvey and two children
Fred W. St. Ooar, Otto A. Illcibnch
wlfo and child, W. K. Tucker, Mrs. A
M. Drown, Judge A. F. Hartucll, Miss
Helen Funics, Miss M. Loomts, Miss
Wert, Miss E. Eames, Mis. Mary
Giinn, Mrs. J. A. Mnher, F. lt. Wcith-
timelier, I-rank A. Richmond, F. En-
(Icy, Wrny llcrgstroni, Gov. J. T. link
er. F. C. Lclllond, llrother Walter,
Miss Center, Mrs. Crockett, J. a mm
and wlfo, Mlrs Chlckcrlng.
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com
pany's steamship Virginian leaves this
evening for Knhiilul. Knauapull and
1 llllo, nnd thence to Sallna Cruz utter
the linn completed her load ol iiugnr.
given ns the fnrcwell bill.
Monday, Aug. 3d, tho great Hem I
Fi onch, llnllcn & Fuller all-star vnu
doUllo company will play a short cu
' ,,Kcmot nt the Oipheum. The com-
lpauy Is composed of Eutopenn and
'American nrtlsts, overy act n feature,
Henri Flench, tho world-famous lm-
III KIKiN PORTS
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, July 27.
NEW YORK Sailed July 2G:
Am. sp. Fort George, for Honolulu.
Tuesday, July 28.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 28:
llktno. Olympic, heiico July 3.
Schr. Honolpu, from Honolpu Juno
Schr. Defender, from Honolpu,
POUT TOWNSEND Arrived July 28:
Schr. Spoknnu, fiotn llllo, July 0.
YOKAHAMA Arrived July 28:
S. S. Tcn( Miu-ii, henco July IS.
8 ARBJYXD h
Monday, July 27.
otiur, no Ait Hon, Peterson, for
windward Kauai ports, fi p. m.
Slinr. llelene, Self, for llonokaa.
Tuesday, July 28.
Stmr. Nllhau, Oucss, from Mnka-
well, S:30 a. in.
Stmr. Mnunn I.oa, Hinierson, irom
Kan, Konn and Maul, 5:10 n. m.
a DEPARTED w
s K R It H K C K B n e K B
Tuesday, July 2S.
Stmr. Mnunn Ken, Fretmnn, for
llllo nnd Mnul, 12 m.
Stmr. Nncau, Nnopala, for Kiikut
haele nnd llonokaa, 12 in.
Stmr. Llkcllkc, for Mnhukona and
Knwnlhne, 12 m.
P BAnxao TODAY
A.-H. S. S Virginian, for Knbuliil,
Knamtpall, llllo and Snlln.i Cnu, 5
Stmr. Mlkahula, Tullctt. for Molo-
kal und Mnul, S p. in.
Stiiir. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai ports, fi p. in.
n ji v. k k ic u a u k it Ji sue s it a
M S. S. Lurllne, Tur Sail Francisco,
10 a. m.
K X 5!J X K X X Ki K X X X X X X X
X DUE TOMORROW
KXISSX X X X X X X X M X X
P. M. S, S. Korea, from San Fran
clsro, n. m
X PAESIBQERS ARjUVKD "
Per S. S. Manna I.oa, Slmcrsoii,
from Kau, Konn ami Mnul poits, July
J8 JUb. JI. .Mitchell, II. Etu, Mrs. i:
II. f.llllH, W. W. llruner, Miss O. M.
Heed. l. II. Flslmr Alex I). Umach,
W. M. Ci linden, W. Oamiucll, V. M.
Week, ReV. 13. Kill, O. A. llerndt. Mrs.
G. Maylleld, J. K. loena. Chas. Gay. H.
S. Yearns nnd 70 ilcck.
fc PAMSHOm DEPARTED
r u e . it u ;t ji f n
Per Ettnr. Manna Kra. for Mnul r.Ul
Hawaii, July 28- Ml s Helen AcM'Um.
Mia. G Achilles, (1. lt. Carter uml
wife. J. R. Gait and wife, MIbs P.I. '..
Plimpton, Miss (1 Plimpton, MlJs
Kllzubeth Cat tor, Miss liuuUo Cn'.er,
MIsh Lauience Achilles. Paul Achilles,
Master John Gait, Master Carter U lit.
Miss K Melntjio, Mlsi Emma lV.rkor,
Mm. E. J. Lord and 2 ehlldion, Mm.
E. D Tcnnov, Mls W. Tonney, Mrs.
V. A. Slid Id-'U, Mrs. Noonall, WVmou
L, Tenne, C. G. LMiigitoii, W. L.
Castle, Vh.s Kaiiakauul, S. S. Kniiii
kinul nil child. Mrs. C. Mnjvpiulu
nnd child, W. Pfntenhnuer, Mrs. Paul
tM'iibeig. Miss L, Wnril, Mm. DeHnoy,
MUses llo La Nu. (2). Mlsa (ireaii
well, Miss K. II. Nichols, MIhs Crulg.
Miss Aekeriuon, Ml: a Rccd, Myrn,
Cr.ilB I'. L. Wi'. .ir. dr. Gree-iwull,
Mis. t M. Roberts. Ml?s Eva llmwcll,
Miss M. A. Samp 'mi. Ml.-H McUonuIck,
Miss Mao Duko, SUter Ephren, Mrs.
V W Harris, William Harris, J.
Luther Hough, Mrs. Johnson anil child,
Arthur Hough, Mux Ilntta, Mra, A.
James and 2 i.lilhlieii, Mis. A, II. In
galls. Mlas Julia Klumpko, Mica A.
Hnttle, Dr. Noignrd, f t t-lt Ahrens,
John Duko, Mlsa Iy Richardson. Mlrrf
Aheen, Miss Ruth Richardson, Ml' ti C.
K. Leary, W. J. Skylo and wire, W. II.
lleers, Miss E. Childs, Mrs. Sc.'uggy,
Miss Fox, W. A. How en, W. F. linwc.li,
V. f. Dn-.le. Mrs. G. L. Ross and child.
.Mrs. L. de L. Ward, Miss Mlnulo Ward
and innld, MHs Doiothy Wnldroii, Mar
garet Johiisoii, Mrs. J. O, Young Al
lied Young, OcuoWovu Young, llnnnld
Yiiiiiik, W. Woodalo mid wlfo, Geo.
Hi)dl"k and wlfo. L. C. Howland, L. C.
Howlar, E. Miuldrn, D. L. Aiutln,
Clim. McQnlro and wife, Mrs. C. A.
Il'iki r. Mlsi OUdyn Uichnrdi Mlsi O.
A linker. M"r3. Ciiuailn, Mlsa Hart,
MIsb M'nlley. Mlas Dnvldbon, Miss II.
K. Notloy, Mlsa 13. A. Vrooman, Mm.
Mary Wlddllleld, Mrs. (1. 13. Copelvid,
.Miss S, I' levies, Mrs. Mcl'hee, MI-b
MePheo, Mrs. Knight, II. P. llan-liv,
J. Cacenlor, Mr. Kelllng. Miss rl 13.
Hall, Miss Ethdl Wolff. Henry llirt,
Mi'B. Herbert and daughter.
Illnnk books ot all fortu, lodgers,
etc. manufr.cturod by the UullMlu Pub
I to yeurself and let ns buiU that oa
ioe, rewinf -host, or yaeht whieh you
Jiave in mind. We'll Imvet reatly
m no tine, aad the priee will be so
lew that yeu will ronder how we can
do it. we've done it, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL