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Hawaiian Stated Second.
Honolulu Chapter Past Mas
ter Most Excellent Matter.
Pacific Third Degree.
Lcl Aloha No. 3 Refjutar.
All v tilting members of the
Order nro coidlallv Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Me-eU mm Moiutn) evening nt
T:SU In I O O I' Hall, Port Street.
U It 1U:M)11V, Secretary.
HEN 1'. V1CK12KS, N. G.
All Uniting brothers ory cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Moots over 2d nnd 1th Tuesday
of oath month at 7:30 p. m. at 1C. I'.
Hall, cornor Fort and llerotanla Sis.
Visiting llrotbcrs cordlnlly welcome
W L,. LYLH, C. C,
r LonoN, k. of n. & s.
OAHU L00GE, No. 1. K. of P.
." M....tu mmi Ilrst mid third l'rl-
day evening at 7 30 In K. of l Hall.
. corner I'ort nnd lleretanl.i. VlaltlnK
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. G DBDUINO, C C,
JAS V. WHITD, K U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE QIC, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No C1C, II. P. O.
n will meet In their hnll on King
near Tort Street every Pildny even
ing lly order of the B. II :
HCNIIY C UASTON.
WM. II. McINKKNY, i:. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Jloets every Saturday evening at
7:2U o'clock In K of P. Hall, cor.
Port und Uerctnnla. Visiting broth
els cordlully Invited to attend.
W h. PKAZCR, C C,
n. A. JAC01ISON, K II S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Sleets on the 2nd nnd Itli WDD
KI3SDAY evenings of each month nt
7; 30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Uerctanl.i and Port streets.
Visiting Ragles arc Invited to at
tend. w h. raAZi:n, w., Prest.
H T. JIOOUK, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0 R. M.
Meets even first nnd third Tliurs
dajs of c-ich month nt Knights of
Pj till ib Hull Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A H AKLKIGH, Sachem.
A i:. MUUI'lIY. C. of It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
Best anil Latest method of photogra
17 HOTEL STREET near NUUANU,
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BEST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candies
on hand at
17 HOTEL ST.
H. - Nagami-
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
liOTEI ST bet Nuuanu & Bethel.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE TINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE CRITERION CAFE,
Wavcrley Block Bethel St.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in W " Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Bo S14. 221 No. King
St., opp. .ate Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
Mr Bwctanin St. Phone 1491,
I inmM mutat.
NOISSEUR OETS THE
MANY REASONS, and
HE CHOOSES HIS
is Ins fa,-ontc beer because of
At the bar.
m tf wirTJV.ni'C. YJi'"" vifcr ran, l
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS
PHONE 131 3
You save I
us to mako
Our $25. suits
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
C. 0. Hottcl is authorized to collect
and recciut for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowai. O.V.S.
Tor The Home
On Our Easy-Payment Plan.
BERGSTROI.I MUSIC CO., LTD,
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
Fresh Every Mornintr from Wahiawa.
Wholesale and Retail.
ALAKEA STREET, near KINO.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newt of the day.
LOCAL ANl) UENEKAL
A B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ad. is surer.
Kent Franklin cars. Btkyds Htbli '
A Mcllrdi of Kmuil returns to his
Honk! HonU! Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mci.tod, for pleasantest auto ride.
T Cllvo Dalles camo back toda In
V O Smith waB among tlio Claud
Ino iiaunengetK who arrived this morn
ing Mr nnd Mrs l'dg.ir Wood nnd Mrs
MncDounld woiu nrilvnla from Maul
I Mm 1? flnltltn will tnlrn nrilnifi fnr
Infants' clothes and burntvvork nt Ha
Mr and Mrs. A. Watcrhouso and In
fnnt will probably leavo nt B o'clock
today for Kauai.
T (' Divles and K. II. Wodehuuso
will leavo this afternoon for Kauai,
bailing nt R o'clock.
J. P Mnkalual, who went up lo Maul
on pineapple business, returned UkI.ij
Ilo mid the piosiects nro bright
All kinds of beer, wlnus nun mixed
drinks nio served In the best manner
nt tl.o rnshlon. .lust glvo us n In
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Sam Moo), I nl, u school teacher, Is
booked lo leavo In tho Klnau todny
Ilo goes to Kauai to vtBlt his parents
On Installments of i per month uu
(.an purchase n White Panill) Ilotnr)
sewing mnchltio Penny fc Co, Ud
(igents, 12GG Port St Phono US. '
Coat mi lion roofs lth 'AruhlL "
Yoa wlil bi surprised at Its moling
und piesorvutlve properties Cnllfornl i
I cod Co , ugeuts
Conies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wtapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
A im otitis of the Honolulu Hasuball
League will bo held nt 7 o clock this
evening nt tho Hawaii Photo and Art
Co.'h store, for tlio puiposo of rear
ranging the clu Jule in games for
Satin day and Sunday.
Sl liiiiidnd shines of Ptiaulian wero
sold on the Stock Kxchango this morn
tug at S19 2Ji an ndvnnco of 21 cents
ihese slimes weio sold to Coast par-.
iUh another Indication of the demand
from that plnco for locnl securities.
Seeriiuiy Mott-Sniltli, the small-
farmer of Wnlalno, rotuincd this
morning fiom Ills coimlr) home on the
othei side of Knlniukl. Ho deiili -i
strenuously that ho tamo In to harvest
his nop ulthoiic.li it wns plnlnl) no
lice.iblo that tho Secietarj was than
Attornej K C Peters, appearing for
I A. Gonsalves, chargi d with telling
.cud iiicturcs, stated In Court this
morning that ho would Insist on call
ing Itev. Mr. Thu lug ns n witness to
morrow when tho case is to bo trlid.
uu Timing was tho Instigator of tho
Ainkl, n Japancso charged with
selling lewd pictures, wns found guilty
th3 murnlnB ,j ju,iK0 Andnulo and
I f( nteneed In tiny u line of $23. Ho
fctnted In extenuation that ho had had
n similar case beforo Judgo Wilcox,
nujl had been discharged nnd this, he
thought was vlrtiiil) n permission to
continue tliu snlo of such wnies
BIDS OPENED FOR
Sacred Heart Academy
May Soon Be
Illds for tho construction of the now
buildings for tho Ac idem of the Sac
led Henit. which nio to bo constructed
nt Knlmukl by tho Catholic mission,
wero opined today In the oulco of 11.
U Kerr, tho lirchltict who has drawn
the plaim for tho buildings.
Only throo bids wcru received and
they wero as follows:
Concrete Construction Co $63 300
Hnwnllan Ilallaitlug Co B5,7b0
W G. Chalmers 00,481
Illds for tho construction of build
ings for this school wero opened homo
time, ugo, but nil tlnno which wero ie
ctlved oxteeled tho nppiopilatlnn
which the mission had allowed foi (ho
purpose. Ah u const qiitnru tin oiitlie
ly new- set of plans was drawn by
Kerr, nnd it wns on thono that tho nyw
bids wen- cillod, Kcir stated this lit
ternoon that tho lowest of tho bids
tamo very near being within tho 'ip
proprlatlou. Tho lontrnct had, how
ever, not been awarded et.
Tlio buildings will consist of n two
storv school houso with a ten fm;
hasoment, u kitchen attached to tlio
ltnr of tho main building, and n lnmi
dr) building All tho structures will
bo undo of rolnforcod toncreto Ihu
lot on which the) nro to bo erected Is
on tho corntr of tho Walalao road iiiul
hhth uvcnuo on tho maknl aldo of the
(Continued from l'tutf U
who Is handling tho mattei, has aUo
made a request for instructions from
tho Clitult Court,
Under n tiust deed, tho Hlshop
Trust Conipanj has thai go of the
finking lund of tho Oahti Sugar Com
pany. Tills sinking fund Is to bo In
varied, and tho O.ihu Sugar Company
1 desires that it bo expended uu some
of Its outstanding bonds. 'Whether
or not it nan tlio ngnt to tako tins
money out of tho sinklne fund and
t,,i0 ,, ))0as ot tho nmo company
, ... . .,,..,,,, ,,"
13 inn iiiiu-tiiiJii eu i,a ie:i.n ivu. ,,,.
Olson stated this morning that onlv
about $50,000 would probably bo bo
Invested, in caso it is decided that It
has tho light of pa) Ing out tlio mon
ey in this manner.
IIONOMIMJ, T It , TlltlHSHAY, AUG.
PARKER IS CAMPAIGNING
I.OS ANGi:i.i:S, Calif . Aug, B Alton II Pnrker opened tlio Dem
ocratic campaign here tonight, devoting himself prtui Ipully to tins tariff
BENZINE WRECKED SHIP
PltinmilCKSHAtTN. Germany, Aug. ' The explosion which
wrecked Count Zeppelin's ulnthlp was caused b) tho upsetting mid Igni
tion of n can of benrlne during tho storm. Zeppelin Is broken-hearted
! i m
FLEET NEARS AUCKLAND
SUVA, PIJI, Aug B At S o'clock tonight tho Aiucrluin Plect wns
S10 miles from Auckland. Tho sea was tough.
12,000 ON STRIKE
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Aug. B.
Twelve thousand men me out on n'llusilnn Consul hero I
strike. It Is icuorted that the roll- stabbed.
road Is bringing strike-breakers from
SULTAN NQT STABBED
WASHINGTON 1) O. Aug. B.
The leport of the stabbing of tho
Sultan Is iiticonnnncd
FAREWELL PARTY 'BOARD SQUABBLES
GIVEN BY SAlTQSl OVER THEODOLITE
Japanese Colony Is En
Jupaneso Consul (iciiemt and Ma
dam Salto rave thrli offlcl.il farewell
entertainment to the local Jnpancse
iJon on the third door of tho Con
sulate General last night Tho dec-
oiatlon of tho hall was simple. Tho
hall was hrllllantl) Illuminated and
tint gentlo breeze which i.unu fiom
the mountains nddi d much to tho
nmfort of the guest
Consul and Madam Silto wcru as
sisted In lecelvlng the guests by the
societniles of the Consulate mill theli
ladles. Vlco Consul and Mis. Abe
wore equally but.) n reiving nnd as
signing guests to scats.
All tho prominent Inp.incso were
present. Tho piofetnlon il men, ph
slclnii3, teachers, ministers of tho
Goipcl. Interpreters, business ngents,
legal ndvlscrs, nnd repioscntattvcs of
tho press, wero there to say ulohn to
tilt Ir hosts, who leave In tho Aiueilcu
Madam Salto, drcsed In Kuropcan
style, wns the icntcr of attraction.
She looked prclti and stately ns sho
occupied a se.-lt nt tho entrance to tlio
hall Tho other ladles wero In theli"
best kimonos As tho guests urrlvcd
they were presented to Consul nnd
Madam Patto, who received them at
Much attention was nttiacted by
the lni,eniilt mid dextcilty of U.
Tahekawa, thn champion Japanene
Juggler In tho Islands. The audlenio
was bhowu a number of tho latest
things In Juggling. His dextcrlt In
tho perroim.uuc elicited applause.
During the peiforinanco I)r Koli.i
nshl or Minil stepped forward nnd
irovtd lilmsolt also an cpcrt Jug
gler Ilo was loudly applauded.
The most Intel eating act of T.iko-kaw-.i's
was that of letting a spinning
top run all over his shoulders, from
which It ran up a standing bamboo
Shiknzo, another cntcitnlner, sang
und pliijrd on the snmUcn. Ho was
Aftti the program hnil been com
pleted, the gucst3, ut tho request of
the hosts, wero escorted to the ad
joining looms, whoro refreshments
Thn ladles occupied tho m.iuka
corner loom, while tho gentlemen
gathcicd In (he niuUal loom. Many
lousing baiuals weio given for Con
sul and Madam Salto.
Among those who nttended, be
sides the ladles, wero Dr. Katsukl,
Or. Haldi, Or. Ovama, Dr. Mltamui'.i,
Di. Pchlihi, Dr. Kolmashl, Dr. Ko
Jlma, Dr Ucmurn, P. K. Mnklno, S.
Ozakl, 1) Yonckuru, Y. Takakuvva,
Isiiihlnni, Moil, T. Mlz.ivvn, K. Ono,
Tashlro, l.'ditor Shoba, T. Mlknml,
Kdltors Y Soga and Tsurushlnia, K.
Haga, Dr. Kutsuiiiimn, Y. Ishll, K,
Hamamoto, Sub-Manager K. Otsuka,
mid the htnff of tlio Yokohama Spcclo
II ink, M Kome a, M. Ymnashlio, K.
Kawasaki, U. Kobnyashl, Nnzawn,
Kelo I'nlveislty studonts, S. Tnnnka,
and several otheis,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the new3 of the day.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
jjoi iixiijuu i iviiii.
W. W; Ahana Co.,
I"." S VlWft CT pUIYKrP M"!
b b. KING. ST. PHONE 0Z5,
RUSSIAN CONSUL STABBED
TIENTSIN, China, Aug. B. The
s been fatall)
FORTY DIE OF CHOLERA
deaths from cholera
pgy DULLCTIN ADS
Hustace Offends Archer
Who Is Later On
Tlio meeting of the Ito.inl of Super
visor Inst owning was the most live
ly ono that that hod) bus had for a
long tlmo pan. Tlio Count I'nlhers
felt n llttlo restive, ut least some of
them did, and suon after tho meeting
was under way tho room losoimded
with the- ponderous ioiis of tdoqueiico
mil the banging of fists ou tho table
i:eithlng wound up. however, with
peace nnd harmony. When the meet
'ng finished all the combatants wire
leeonc'llcd, and piolnbly all of tl.o
nicmbelH euju)cd .1 full night's sleep
Due of tho main town nroso over n
request made for tho piuchaso of n
iheodollto Tor the Cniinly Kiiglueer
which matter soon degencintcd Into
i t.iiu lblile as to the merits of Kngl
ncer Gero nnd other rnglncois.
Dwlght lccommeuded that tho Hoard
iiilhoilro County Knglnecr Geio to
bti) unother Biirvey Instiiinient, but
llnivey, Kern und Archer opposed It
strougl), saying that tho Itn.iid could
get mi engineer who had his own In
strument for less wages.
Ilustaco wauled to know why tho
llo.nd was ala) opposed to Gere's
dciinnds. Gero hnd been .i fnlluful of-
llcer and Ilustaco could not eco Ihu
leabon foi this constant opposition.
Aicher nnd Harvey unbWerod that
the) had no pert on il feelings ngainst
Uero, but Insisted with their opposl
Cox favored the pmchibo of tho In
stiiinient, but IVm c.nno to tho fiont
with a question ns to vvlioro was As-
irtant Smith, who had tin liisliunieut.
"Ho had to leave tlio country us nil
Uio white men do, I am Mirry to Bay,"
Tlio motion to authoilzo tho pur
chase pisteil, Ilustaco, Co, Koaloha
Til Dwlght voting aye, unit liurvc),
I cm' and Aichor no.
Tho sum of $81 was voted to paint
tho Kiunia Squnio bandstiiid.
Archer camo along with a statement
that Unit ico had said that some Sup
ervlsois liad n feolliu ugjlnst Gero.
Ho wanted Hustace to t-iko tliat bicx
To prove his i olnt Aicher went Into
1 chapter of his llfo history, when ho
stalled on u cireer as u carpenter
had to bii) a saw.
Ilustaco said that ho was very sorry
if ho had said an) thing which had
hint Aichei's feelings, and this mat
ter was settled without bloolshed.
Now, however, l'mi bioko looso Ho
pounded tho table und svvmo that the
Hoard colild nlwass bii) hoises and
liihtimucntH lor Geio, but could not
give money for roads for poor people.
Tho I'.oatd could hire twenty or thlity
cngln c"j with their own Instruments
for a smaller salary.
Ilustaco wonted lo know who those
rnglneeis weio Harvey said l!od
could be emplojeil, but Ilustaco lc
Idled that llo)d had been employed
ouco with dlsistious icsiills. Cox said
liojd's I'lipukea load wns not worth
Hustiice rope tied that Geio hnd
been a good engineer.
"And bo's well paid for It too,"
thundeied llnivo) with flio In his eyo
and pounding tho table
"So nro wo all of us," snld Ilustaco
"and this Hiuul will stand adjourned
till tho 12th."
Japanese! Consul Gi noral Salto re
ceived Inst night n cable fiom tho
homo government slnllng that It
would not for tho preient npprovo of
the election of another rottago for tho
me of tho Consular stuff.
Salto ttoinu tlmo ago was permitted
to cauco tho erection of an ofllc lal res-
Idoneo for tho Consul hero. It Is
building now on iho promises nt tho
corner of Nuimn nnd Kiinklul sticctH,
I whoro tho Japaucbo Consulate has
ihtood for many 04is.
I Saito said last night ut tho Consul
n, !1,utr "'V1,1 ho rPturn8 '" ,uin" ho
would fuinhli necessary dnta about
tho Cunsulnto affairs. At that tlmo
he would pi ess for thu election of nu-
other cottage fur tho Consulate btaff.
Contractor Ohta Ins chargo of thu
building of tho Consular roildcuco,
""" ' uievii-(l lu no llllltllfU U1U
carly nart of uext )eari
ate often blamed for annoyance that
solely due to poor eyes or poor
. Get properly fitted glasses of
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, August 3.
,SAN ITtANClSCO Arrived Aug f
S. S. Ainbln. hencu July 22.
SAN ritANCISCO Sailed Aug 1:
S. S. Arlzonan, for Seattle.
MONTKItKY Al rived Aug. 3:
S. S. liosecrnns, with bargo Monte
cry, hencu Jul) 10.
KAHUI.I'I Arilveil Aug 3:
S. S. Alaskun, heuco Alg, 2.
Tuesday, Aunutt -4.
MONTKIIKY Sailed July 31:
Sp. Tails of Cl)de, for Honolulu.
MONTKItKY, Sailed Aug. 1:
H S liosecrnns, Willi Monteicy, foi
SAI.INA CKUZ Arrived Aug. .1:
S. S. Texan, fiom Illlo July 20.
Wednesday, Aug. S, 1903.
Ni:V YOHK Sailed, Aug. 4:
Ilk. Nuuanu, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, Aug. r,:
S. S. Hongkong Mam, for Honolulu.
SAN ntANClSCO Silled. Aug. li:
IJ.8A.T. Sheridan, for Honolulu.
IIII.O Sailed. Aug .1:
S. S. Virginian, for Snllnii Cru.
MAKAWKI.I Sailed, Aug. 4:
Sch. Annie K. Simile, for Astoila.
Thursday, August 6.
SAN l'UANCISCO Arrived Aug 0:
S. S. I.tiillnc. 11 u. in , hence July 29
S1I.O Airlvod Aug 1
S. S Kntoi prise, from San l'l.i.i
Till: CLAt'DINK arrived Ibis morn
ing from lit r regulai run with nu av
ci.igo iiiimbor of passengers, and r.u
go us follows. 1 mill roller, 2U coids
wood, liS wharf piles, 1 lot sci.ip lion
77 sacks potatoes, 14 hogs, 137 bun
tllfts hides, und 12.' ptckagcH stmlilcH
TIID ALASKAN (nmo in o.uly this
morning fiom Knhultil, whciu sho has
been loading sugar, lc complete her
tirgo for Sail Praliclsco. Sho satis
this evening nt 5 o'clock direct for
Till: lUOQIIOIS left for I'eail Hai
nor tins morning nl in, towing a
in i ge ou which wrs lumber wlildi lias
been taken from dismantled bbeds.t
tlio Naval Station.
TIID l'UHSr.Il of tho Nllhau Is a
piogresslvo mini. Ills paptre for the
last vo.v.ige, which ended nt noon cs
tenia), .uu all dated October Sth.
TIID IIIMGAHD Is sailing this after
noon for San l'ranclfco.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Ishcd foi the time being, other mat
teis of Importance to tho National
Guard of tills Tcirltory would bo tak
en up nl rtuco or as boon ns possible.
TliesQ encampments hnvo been an
nual affairs slnco 11)0,1, nnd they
li.ivo piovcd of gieat valuo to the men
lieie on Oahu as well as especially
'benefiting thoso who belong lo tlio
protective forco and nro stntioncd or
live on tho other Islands. In all, It
Is expected that thero will bo In tho
neighborhood of six hundred men
gathcicil together on the United
States reservation known ns I.clluhun
when tho encampment begins.
Thero Is nn nppioprlatlon of J2,-
000,000 by tho Government for tho
express purpose ot carrjlng on theJO
National Guard ninttcrs, and this Is
divided and allotted by what is
known nu tho Militia Hoard. A part
of Hawaii's slime lias gono toward
tho expenses ot bending tho illlo
team to compete at tho national
shoot at Camp Perry, but tho rest
will bo spent nt home.
Tho last encampment wns held in
rehruary, 1907, nnd during the time
tlio men wero together nt Iollelini
last )ear rlflo practice was Indulged
In to tho nlmpst total exclusion of
other brunches of tho borvleo. In or
dor that men may hnvo tlio most
thorough drilling In all tho branches
of tlio Nnlloiml Gu.ud vvoik. each
)enr's encampment Is dovntcil to bomo
special phnso. This )ear It will bo
Colonel Jones stated this morning
thut within n very Blunt tlmo ho
hoped to hnvo thn National Giianl
of Hawaii nt n higher degreo of effl-
flntlft til. I II It lit) a n !! Iinfnvn Imnn
IN rlM Mo
nnd It Is with Hits nnd lu Inu- il, ,ti Tll "urihist hitting team In tho
mid It is with this end lu view that Alm!rcim .cnB0 H Detroit, lloslon
ho will seo that oxti.i nttontlon lswnB. but tho Tlgeis havo paBsod lliein.
given in mis years encampment to1
nil (ho various phases of tho Impor
tant field woik.
llerlln July 21? Tho Imperial
icht Club of Kiel vll send thtoo
KindPiclnsfo nclitR to Maiblehead.'
Mns., in August loon, ror a series of
ncpB with any thion American sro-
elnl raters that mni bo presented
Tho tiials nro open to all Amorlcin
clubs under thn auspices of tho Kast
cm Yacht Club.
cards on sale at
Thursday, August li.
A.-1I S. S Alaskan, Nichols, from
Knhultil, 0 IB a. m
M S fl. Claiidlno, llcunctt, from
Illlo mid Maul isirK -):(! n. m.
Thursday AtiRiiit fl.
Am. bktn Irmgard, riirlatlansen, for
San Praliclsco, 2. IB p m.
U B 8 1 1 iniiiola, Moses, for Ptnrl
Harbor, lo a in.
A.-II 8 S. Alaskan, Nichols, for San
lVanclsco, IS p in
Stinr, Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai, B
PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
I'or stmr Claiidlno. Dennett, from
Illlo and Mnnl, Aug li. Win Dunlap,
T Cllvo Davles, Isaac I,. Ciockett, II.
llilxhtwclt Mrs J. Non, O It. Horton,
Sing von. D. W. N'nplhna, I.. Hospii
tliall, Mrs. Ilnndnll. Mr. lllsho, Mlss'j.
Kamauoulu, Mrs. Gouvler, Miss Gou
l" n It .Ionian, W O. Smith, 1..
Allenberg. Geo. Ordwny and wife. U
1,. Schmltt, A. II. Gibson, M. K. Kco
hoknlole, .1. I'. Makalnal, Mrs. S)lvn
and 3 chtldieii, U K. Mnkekou nnd
wife. Young Yung, W K. K Mnlkal,
K. II. Hart and daughter, Mis. M. J.
IVi 111111107, C Mnshkl A. Sclinack, D,
C llrown, Mrs M. K. Davison, Miss
Post, Miss M Cooko, IMgar Wood and
wife, Mis. MacDouald, H K. Y. I.eu,
Mis. M. l'leltas mid child.
I'or stmr. Klnau, Gicgory. for
Kauil, Aug (!. Sam Mooklnl, A, Wat-
oiliouse, wife and Infant, Mis. W.
Schollz. Mrs I' Delnert. Mis. II. I).
Wishnrd, Miss I, M lllckox, .1. An.
ducht, wlfo mid child, Mark Hough-
tailing, Mrs. It. D Moler mid sou, Miss
Csthcr Caiter, MIbs Alice II. Thomp
son, Mrs, II. Wntei house. Miss K.
Sturgeon, i: O. It. Itoss. A. Mcllrvde,
T. C. Davles, H. II. Wodehoiiso., Miss
rn)p, .Miss ln)p, Mls3 K. Stewnrd,
Miss Daisy Sheldon, Mrs. .1. W. Glr-
In. Miss l.oiilso Klivln, I,. Atlcnbcig,
Mlfjiil nnd wire. Ilev. Mr Takllmhl.
Itov. II. Katunl. Ilov. M. TsuJI.
Tempi'intnies 0 n. m , 73; 8 n. in,
7S; 10 u. m., 77; noon, SI; morning
nnroiueter, 8 a. in. 30.01; nbsoluto
humlillly. 8 a. m fi 577 grains per
ruble foot; relntlvo hiinildlt), 8 n in,
04 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m , (il.
Wind 0 a. in, velocity 1. direction
5 W : 8 a in , velocity 7, direction N.
i:.; 10 n in., velocity 8, dlrcrllon D ;
noon, velocity 10, dliectlon N. D.
Itnlnr.ill dm lug 21 hours ended 8 a.
in.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 201 miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
WAGES WERE HIGHER
BUT FOOD MORE DEAR
'Washington, July 19 Tho nvcrago
wages per hour in 1917 wero 3,7 per
cent higher Ihnn In 1900, tho regular
hours of labor per week woio .4 per
cent lower than in 1900, and tlio num
ber of emplo)cs In tho establishments
Investigated wns 1 poi cent gieater
than In 1900. These nro somu of tho
facts of Interest In a report Issued to
day by tho Dm can of Labor ns tho
osult of an Investigation of the lulu-
elp-il wage-working occupations In
4109 ostnbliLhments, representing tho
rtlnclpal iiianuf.icturlii' nnd mechan
ical Industries of tho country, Tho
tirtlclo Is entitled "Ilntes of Wages,
and Ttctall Prices of Tood, ll90 tu
Investigations covering tho sales of
1014 dealero In idty-eight localities
show that tho retail prices of thiity
principal nrllclcs of food, according lo
consumption In rcprcscntatlvo work
Ingnien's families, weru 4 2 per cent
higher In 1907 than In 1900. As tho
advance In ictnll pi Ices from 1900 to
1907 vvas greater than tho advanco In
wages per hour, tho purchnso power
of nn hour's wngej as measured by
food, was sllghtl) less 111 1907 linn In
1900, the decrease bcln'? ono half of I
Tho in ei ago hourly wages In 1907
wero higher than In any )ear of tho
eighteen-) ear period fiom 1890 to 1907,
and moro thnn 20 por cent higher thnn
tho avciago in any je.ir fiom 190 to
1900. As compaiod lu rich c-uu with
tho average for tho ten- car loilod,
1S90 lo 1900, tho average hourly wages
lu 1907 were 28 S per cent higher and
thu number of employes 44.4 per cent
grenler nnd t!iu average hours of lab
oi per week 5 per cenUovvor.
Thu nverapo prlco of food In 1907
vvitB higher than In nny other )oir In
tlio eighteen cnr period. Tho nvorngo
prlco of thirty principal articles,
was 20 0 per cent higher lu 1907 than
Uio average pi Ico for tho ten )earn
1890 to IKO'1 Computed with tho uv
cirago of (lie siiiiio tcii-.vont- period, tho
purchasing power ot nu hoiu's wages
In 1907 was 0 8 per cent gientur.
Jack McGln.ies will incu In Califor
nia this H'Hson mid It Is said 1 o will
ship 1'iniik Gill nnd others out thero.
A i ace between Frank Gill nnd lllg
Chief nl Oakland would Im hud to
lake Yes. and llioy might add Mont
gomoiy Undo or Mcollck from tlio
to yourself and let us build that ra.
nos, rowinu-boat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll havet ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that vou will wonder how we can
dn it. WVi dnn !f T,n,Mm..
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near AlapaL.