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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, SEPT. 14, 1908.
I i f,
BEDDING BARGAINS begin at BLOM'S
ASTONISHING BUYING CHANCES all this week. " BARGAIN" is a word we never misuse,
and .you'll find it with greater significance this week than ever before. Buying chances are
ripe be wise and grasp this opportunity. Sheets, Pillow Cases, Sheeting and Bedspreads
all at remarkable reductions. ' t4 ... i -
"" wwl.w"TM"l-'t't'"mr j "?iF"'r,f
00 x 00 SHEETS: regular $1.00 each; this week 85c each
81 x 90 SHEETS; regular .95 each; this week 75c each
72 x 90 SHEETS; regular .85 each; this week 65o each
03 x 93 SHEETS; regular .75 each; this week COc each
42 x 3G PILLOW CASES; regular $2.00 dozen; NOW. . .$1.C5 a dozen
42 x3G PILLOW CASES; tetter grade 2.75 dozen; NOW. . .S2.25 a dozen
45 x 3G PILLOW CASES; regular $2.75 dozen; NOW. . .$2.25 a dozen
45 x 30 PILLOW CASES, better grade $3.00 dozen; NOW.. .$2.50 a dozen
A new and attractive line of Women's Overskirts in White Duck, In
dian Head, Linen, and Lawn. The latest New York patterns, 32 different
styles. PRICES $1.25 to $3.50 each.
An exceptionally sood line of Dicssy Oveiskirts in Black, Blue, Gray,
Green, and Brown. PRICES FROM $4.00 to $10.00 EACH. Only one
of each pattern.
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Reaular
and Mark Matter, 7:30 p. m.
All visiting members ot the
Order nro cordially Invited to
uttctid meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets overy Monday evening at
J: 30 lu I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
BEN. F. VICKER9, N. G.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. OF P.
Meats every 2d and 4 th Tuesday
of oach month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Dorctanla Bts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welco-ne
W. L. LYLE, C. C,
F. WALDRON, K. ot It. & S.
0AHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Mcuts every first and thtrd Fri
day eenlng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. G. DEERINO, C.C..
JAS. W. WHITE. K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C16, I). P. O.
E will meet In their hall on King
nitar Fort Street every Friday evon
By order of the E. It.:
HEXRY C. EASTOX,
VV1I. II. McINEItXY, E. It.
Wa. M'KJNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clocl. In 1C. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Boretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
B. A. JACOUSOX, K.R.S.
HOWbLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure Invited to at
tend. W. I.. ritAZBE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRU"". No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meetfl overy first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Tythlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II. ARI.EIOH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
1S5 editorial rooms 250 busl
ne6S office. These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
Arc you out to save
will be your nucleus
of a bank account.
Honolulu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
The Only CURIO SALOON in Town
right next to the Orpheum Theater.
Come up and have some fun.
Choice FERNS, B0SES and
THE FL0BIEST, HOTEL Y0UNQ Bid
EDGEW0it7H and QB0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ;
An easy, pleasant way to ask for!
anything is by using a Bulle t in"
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
llntmnMi I nrlim V'ii f. 1 O f 1.
I will meet In Odd Fellows' Hall at 7:30
I Pacific Lodge No. S22. II. F. and A
M., will meet In Masonic Temple nt i
. .30 this evening.
A word to the wisp Is sufficient, .llm I
Quliiii's soven-seated Peerless. 101
trips around tho Island with a perfect
score. Phone 200.
Mr. and Mrs. 1.. O. Blackmail have
'returned to their Mnno.i homo after
UU absence of home montliH.
Fred T. P. Waterhouso, who has
been Inspecting tho rubber trees at
Xnhlkii, Maul, returned on (ho Mauna
Buy your pastries from Alexander
vnnnff Pnr Vn.i'ii fln.i it -i,n,.r
nnd better. Choicest pies, cakes and
French pastries In tho city.
E. A. Jacobsen. Deputy Collector of
Customs for this port, and Inspector
Cooper rotiirned on tho Uuford from
vacation, spent on tho Coast.
n i,,i.,n. (,, r.r ti ..... ,nnh ,...
can purchase, a Whlto Family Rotary
sewing machine Benny & Co.. Ltd,
agents. 12GG Fort St. Phono 488.
Joe Prltrbanl, manager of the Ha-
makua and South Kobala Telephone
Co., at Honokaa, is here, en routo to
Nova Scotia to vlult'hls children.
Conies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailine. three cents.
The following delegates were elected
from Kohnla to the County Conven
tion at Hllo: R. R. Elgin, Win. Wil
son, II. C. Austin, Lowls Keawe, E. C.
Nemo cortets aro extremely popular
with ladles who apprcclato stylo and
commit. Many nev Btylcs Just re
ceived at Sachs Dry Rood Co. and aio
now ready for Inspection.
nrlllinnt Redding Ilargalns begin
tilts week nt Mom's. Irrcslstlhlcprlces
will govern the sale. Do wlso and
grasp-tho opportunity offered. Prices
aro down, but values are up. See ad
Major McKlnstry, Knglnoor Corps,
U. S. A., who conv?s to look Into tho
trouble hero between tho harbor
dredging contractors and tho U. S. En
gineer's office arrived on tho Duford
Dr. Wilcox and Forester Hosmer
will shortly begin experiments to dis
cover the best methods In thu way of
rubber tree-tapping. An exhaustive
Ferlcs of experiments will bo conduct
ed nt tho station hero In Honolulu.
A JniMinese slovcdoro working for
McCabc, Hamilton & Rennle, on tho
British coal steamer Romford, was
badly injured about the head Satur
day afternoon whllo working out coal
from tho hold. One of his ears was al
most turn off. Ho was bent to tho
A mass meeting of tho citizens re
siding around Maklkl was held Satur
day night to discuss ways and means
for tho prevention of tho t.ettlemcnt of
the proposed Japancso camps there.
As a result injunction mav bo served
on Superintendent of Public Works
Morston Campbell, to prevent him from
Issuing tho permit for tho proposed
Monday, September It.
Temperatures c a. in., 72; 8 a. in.,
77: 10 n. m., 79; noon, 80; morning
Ilnromoter, 8 n, in., 30.03; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., C.077 grains per
cublr: foot; rolatUo humidity, 8 a. m
CI per cent; dow point, 8 n. in., G2.
Wind 0 a. m velocity S. direction
N. E.: 8 n. in., velocity 8, direction N.
E.; 10 n. m velocity 9, direction N.
E.; noon, velocity 10. direction N. E.
Rnlnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 24
hours elided at noon, 21C miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
30- BULLETIN AD3 PAY
10-4 SHEETING ; regular 40c a yard ? THIS WEEK 30o yard
9-4 SHEETING ; reirular 35o a yard : THIS WEEK 27i2c yard
8-4 SHEETING ; regular 30o a yard ; THIS , WEEK 25c yard
7-4 SHEETING; regular 27,o a yard- THIS WEEK 222c yard
C4 SHEETING ; reirular 22Vio a yard ; THIS WEEK 20c yard
0-4 SHEETING ; regular 17o a yard ; THIS WEEK 15o yard
40-inch SHEETING; regular 15c a yard; THIS WEEK 128e yard
10-4 UNBLEACHED; regular 35c a yard; THIS, WEEK 278c yard
8-4 UNBLEACHED; regular 25o a yard; THIS WEEK 22'2c yard
LADIES' SILK GLOVES
(Elbow Length, in Black and White.)
$1.50 A PAIR .'. THISWEEK $1.15 A PAIR
$1.75 A PAIR THISWEEK $1.35 A FAIR
$2.00 A PAIR THIS WEEK $1.05 A PAIS
ti -n .... ....i -.
""1 T tw fitd
with glasses by
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
UMATILLA 11BMF. WASH.
Notice Is hereby given that Uma
tilla Reef Light-Vessel No. 07. sta-
tinned about 2 1-2 miles SW. H 8.,
ihiih umauiia i cm. I-lattery hocks.
"'"coast of Washington, wok replaced
" hur station September 3, 1!)08.
" "'"" "' i i.ibih-huuho imam.
,.. a i.F
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""'"V ovoiilng from San Iranclsco,
bringing back Hawaii u "lucky thirty
'unchers from their siihimcr vacation
on tho Coni"- ""' bringing besides n
number of passengers ot interest to
Honolulu. Among these wcie twelve
enlisted men for the marine corps de
tachment at Camp Very, and eleven
army recruits for Kurt Shatter. She
dlht'liarged 73 tons of freight here, and
tool: on coal. Sailing at 11 o'clock
this morning, sho carries 1400 tons of
freight for Manila and about 130 tona
for Guam. Ah Wong, a Chinese Cook,
who took tho Alameda by mistake,
when he should have ben on thu Ilu
ford, returned to tho troop ship Satur
day evening, nmld much joy.
THE BRITISH btcamer Den of
Ruthven, from Sydney and Wellington,
New Zoaltnd, arrived In port yester
day n irnlng, with 300 tons of cargo
for this port and 1C00 tons for Van
couver and Victoria, tflio is of 8000
tons, one of tho Den lino of Scotch
steamers, and consigned to Then. II.
Dnvles & Co. She Is also a new eiaft,
Just a year old.
SAILINGS IN THE Inter-Island
fleet tomorrow will be. the Mauna Kea
nt non for Maui and Hllo, the NuOeau
at noon for Mahuknnn, Kawalliiic, Ho
nokaa ntul Kukiithnclo, tho Mlkahala
nt S li. m. for Molokat nnd Maul ports,
and thu W. G. Hall ut S p. in. for
A IUJOY which markB a reef be
tween Koloa nnil'Eleele got adrift
I omo time during thu past week and
was picked up by tho Bteamer Klnnu
Saturday morning, September 12,
nbout four miles off Elcelo. It will
bo brought back to Honolulu for over
THE LOCAL AC1ENTS of tho
Oceanic Steamship Company havn
been notified that thoy will get word
well In advance of any resumption of
the Australian run by tho vessels ot
that company. They havo not yet got
ten any word.
PURSER CHANEV of tho W. O.
Hnll reports Ihe 'following sugar on
Hawaii awaiting shipment: M. S. Co.,
700 bags: K.S. M., 4470: V. K., 2000;
Mak., 25,995; G. & R., 4700.
THE NEW Zcaland-Cnnadlap steam
er Den of Ruthven will get away this
afternoon at 4 o'clock for Vancouver.
THE KAIMILOA. formerly Hawaii's
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525.
1THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
wnrshij), which hau recently been used
as a etial hulk, and n week ago sank
between tho Inter-lBland and Hackfcld
wharves, wan raited yesterday.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN boats call
ing at Portland, when that Is. made a
port of call. In tho near future, will
take freight for Hawaii, transferring
It nt Seattle aboard thu boatB on this
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN sailings
from tho Coast In tho near future will
be thu Columbian from Sun Francisco
on thu 23rd, and the Virginian from
Scattlo on the 30th instant.
THE STEAMER Hall brought In a
large number of passengers yesterday,
but very little freight, ten hags of co
cuauutB being tho largest Item.
Captain Mat son Is expected to ar
rive hero on tho next Liirllno, to look
Into tho interests of thu Mntson Nav
igation Company here.
THE SHIP CHANDLERY business
here Is on the decline slncn tho re
placing of Hailing vessels to n large
extent by steamers.
THE MIKAHALA brought from Mo
lokal yesterday 414 cibcs of honey, 30
head of cattle nnd Sunday freight.
PURSER HART of tho Nllhaii re
ports heavy showers on tho Humakua
coast tin September 11.
THE KINAU will return this week
from Wulmea, Kauai, with 4300 or
4fi00 bags of sugar.
THE NIIHAU brought 5080 lngs of
sugar. 75 head of cattle and 25 calvo3
THE KE AU HOU leaves, this of
tcriioou at five o'clock for Kauai.
Per O. S. S. Alameda, for San Fran
cisco, Sept. 10. Mrs. C. Gould. Miss
Thornton, Miss Jocclyn, Miss T. Oss,
Miss K. Young. Mrs. Fostor nnd maid,
Miss Goldlng. Miss Mills, Miss Glttard,
Mrs. Crano. II. S. Hopkins. II. M. Bal
lon, J. F. Morgan, Messrs. I.uniley anil
Llndhard. It. S. Thurston. Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. E. Shaw, Mudamo Arrul, Mlsh
Allco Neumann, Miss Powell, Mrs.
Hnrry Werner, Miss Werner, Miss
Sharpo, Mrs. .1. O. Pratt, Mrs. W. M.
McGolrc, Cutter Whitney, Mr. French,
Mr. Slovens, Mr. Bates, Tom Lowell,
Mr. demons. J, Romnnls, Mr. Ilassett,
Dr. Pottlo, Horace Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Baldwin, Parker (2). Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Slmoiiil, Mr, and Mrs. Bal
lard, Miss Helen Brandon nnd mother,
Miss Hoffgaard. Mr. mid Mrs. Gen. R.
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Buhlcr, Mrs. J.
W. Bergstrom nnd two children, Fred
Hallen and wife, Jas. Polk and wlfo,
.1. Rlnaldo nnd wife, Mrs. .Gould, Henri
French and sorvan't, Adonis, Mr. Bas
sett, wlfo nnd maid; P. .1. Thompson,
R. W. Green. W. E. Burke.
Per Stmr. Muiina Kea. Freeman, for
Maul mid Hllo, Sept. 15. John Hall,
T. E. Marin nnd wife, E. E, Paxton
and wife, Mrs. Jas. Campslo, Miss D.
Neal, Mrs. V. Darwlck, Mrs. L. 8.
Folsonv. E. H. Austin. C. E. Wright.
A. M. Wilson. N. C. Wlllfong, Mrs, J.
O. Young, Donnld Young, A. Lewis Jr.,
Carl Smith, W. A. Urynn, A. W.
Church, Miss Allen. Mlsu McCnrd, E.
A. Peck. W. S. Robinson. N. Wlshard,
T. It. Itohlnsou, Miss H. Irwin, Miss
L. Irwin, Muster Brian Daniel, Miss
Fleming, Edna Wand, II. a. Woolen,
Ikua Purdy, Archie Knaua, Dr. C. B.
Wood, Dr. J. II. Dawson and wife,
Mrs. II. Wath and 2 children, I). Van
Minion, Augustln Guerrero,
Per O, & O. S. S. Asia. Oaukrogor,
for Yokohama, Sept. 14, 5 p. in. Mr.
mid Mr. G. N. Sweetser, R. do B.
Per stmr. Mlknhala. Self, for Molo
kal nnd Maul, Sopt. 15. W. A. Lnuo,
wf and child, Chas. Gay nnd wife.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson,
for Knual. Sept. 15. A. D. Hells nnd
wife, A. F. Knudscn.
Two men battlo with knives on
scaffolding six stories In air, while
crowd below gapes In horror.
San Joso coroner's Jury finds Hattlo
Hello Hutch, duughter of rancher, vic
tim of criminal operation.
$1.25 QUALITY SEDUCED T0
$1.50 QUALITY , SEDUCED TO
$1.75 QUALITY nEDUOED TO
$2.00 QUALITY SEDUCED TO
$2.25 QUALITY SEDUCED TO
$2.60 QUALITY SEDUCED TO
$3.00 QUALITY , SEDUCED TO
$3.25 QUALITY SEDUCED TO
$1,00 QUALITY SEDUCED TO
Fort St., opp. Catholie Church
IN FOREIGN PORTS (' I T ARRIVED l'
Saturday, September 12.
YOKOl'.:. -Sailed Spt. II
K. S. I- .'ou, (or Mono.. I .
VICTORIA Sailed Sept. 12:
H. H. Manuka, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Airh 0.1 Spt 1?:
Transport Thomas, 10 a in., hence
HII.O Arrhed Sept. 10:
S. S. Texan, from Kahiilul.
Itll.O Sailed Sept. 10: Ilktne. Kllkl
tat, for Port Towiisend.
Per U. S. A. T. Iluford, from Sin
Francisco, Sept. 12. For Honolulu:
Mnjor C. II. McKlnstry, Corps of En
glners, nnd wlfo; teachers, Territory
of Hawaii: J. I). Alexander, Mrs. J.
B. Alexander, Miss Jcnnlo Allen, Miss
Jean Angus, Mrs. L. C. Blckford, Mrs.
I. L. Crelghton, Mrs. Grace Crockett;
Miss Annn Danford, Mrs. Eldora Dea
con, Miss Anna Dens, Manuel do Cnrto,
Joseph do Sllva. Miss Mary Franca,
Miss Mary E. Fleming. Miss Molllo
Graco, Miss Alice Green, Miss Ann '..
Hndley, Miss Agnes Judd, Miss Mabel
Ladd, Mrs. J. V. Mnrclcl, J. V. Marclel,
Mrs. 1.111a G. Marshall, Miss Margaret
Mossnian, Miss Allco A. McCord, Mrs.
Lnura Sabey and son, Miss M. Allco
Smith, W. W. Taylor, Miss M. Ida
Zlcglcr, Mlsu Isabella M. Weight;
Lieut. Geo. A. Pray, Phillpplno Scouts;
E. A. Jacobson, deputy collector and
inspector; LeRoy M. Edwards, em
ploye Engineer Department, nt largo;
C. J. Cooper, Inspector of customs, nnd
wlfo: twelve enlisted man, U. S. Mar
ino Corps; eleven enlisted men, 20th
Per O. & O. 8. S. Asln. Gnukrogcr,
from Snn Francisco, Sopt 14: For
Honolulu: Comsr. Gcnl. F. II. Loomts,
J. C. O'Lnughlln, Rev. Hilton Pedluy,
Mss Florence Pedley, Miss Cathcrlno
Pedley, Joseph Thailand, B. G. Holt,
Mrs. J. C. O'Laughlin, Mrs. Hilton
Pedley, Miss Klnnor Pedley, Miss M.
B. Daniels. For Yokohama: Mrs. II.
J. Such. Miss M. F. Such, II. C. Ehr
enfels, Mrs. J. S: Evans, C. do Mill
vlello, II. II. Kempr. For Nagasaki:
II. W. Meyer. For Manila: V. M.
Chlvers, II. It. Sullivan, H. J. Dottlck,
John II. Brown, L. It. Sweet, Miss Car
rie Jensen, C. A, Olunz, Miss Knthcr
Ino Glims, Mrs. W. N. Powell, Miss
Theresa M. Kalh, Mariano Moudoucdo,
J. W. Sale. I,. J. Fattey, Laurltz Lau
rltzen, T. 13. Ijutzcnhelscr, Mrs. L. R.
Sweet. Mrs. D. L. Black ond 2 chil
dren, Mrs. C. A. Glunz, Miss Muig'iret
Glitnz, O. 8. Reluuld, Llhnrlo Gomez.
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, from Knual
ports. Sept. 13. S. K. Kaeo. E. Foun.
tain, MIsb I). Edwards, Mr. Thompson,
Miss Horner, Miss Scharsch, Miss A.
Fountain Miss A. K. Hiino, Miss II.
Haao, Miss A. Tluomis, O. Throuas,
Miss Kalpil, Miss Akuna AM, Miss
Shea, Mlbs Tashlimi, Mr, nnd Mrs. T.
E. Martin, D. L. Austin, Miss E. C.
Wnggonqr, Mrs. Stoddard. Miss M.
Stoddurd. Mrs. Garstln, II. 1). Wish,
aril, Master T. Ellis, Mr. Rodgcrs, W,
II. Rico. Jr.. A. F. Knudscn, G. P. Wll
cox, J. K. Kuln, Mis. J. II. Cummliigs
Miss E. Cummliigs, Mr. and Mrs. C. II
Hofguard, Miss E llofgianl, Mnstct
G. Hofguard. Mies E. Mills, 52 deck
Per stmr, Mlkahala, from Molokal
nnd Mnul ports, Sopt. 13. Sister Al
bion, Master II. Mm ton, Miss B. Mor
ton, Miss Tsulan Choy, Miss M. Kail
hane, W. 8. Chllllngworth, Mr. Hoso,
Mrs. Poalua, Mustors W. E. and A.
Cnthcnrt, Mrs. E. Poaha. Miss Poaha,
Miss E. Keola, Miss A. Keola, Mr. and
Mrs. G. A, HnitwolLDr. W. J. Good
huo, Miss Blshaw, Miss Kaoo, Miss S.
McCorrlston, Miss C. Dunn, Father
Thomas, Rev. I. I), Ioea, J. D. Monro;
Per stmr. Noeau, fiom Kallua, Sopt.
13. A. A. Wilson; 10 deck.
The Weekly Edition of th Evening
Bulletin olvai a camnleta summarv of
'the news of tho dy.
Saturday. September 12.
H S. A. T. llufnril, fi diii San Fran
clm, 8 p. in.
Sunday, September 13.
Br. S. S. Den of Rulhveii, Tumi Syd
ney. 7:30 11. m.
Stu.r. Mlknhala, from, Molokul nnd
Maul poits, u. in.
Stmr. W. (I. Hall, from Kuual ports,
Stmr. Noeau. fiom Kullun, a. in.
Monday, Septemher 14.
O. & O. S. S. Asia, Gnukinger, fiom
ban Francisco, t n. in.
Sunday, September 13.
Gcr. sp. Alexander lsenberg, Behr
Ing, for Portland, 7:15 u. in.
Monday, September 14.
U. 8. A. T. Buroid, Hall, for Ma
nlla, via Guam, 11 a. m.
O. & O. 8. 8. Asia, Gnukrogcr. for
Yokohama, 5 p. m.
N. 7.. & C. S. S. Den of Ruthven. for
Vancouver, 4 p. in.
Stmr. Io An Hon, Po.lerson, for
(jaital, 5 p. m.
C.-A. S. 3. Mamma, from Sydney,
A.-H. S. S. Arlzonan. from San Fran-
Stmr. Mauna Kea, for Mnul porta
nnd Hllo ,12 noon.
Stmr. W. G. Hnll, for Kauai ports. 5
Stmr. Mlknhala, for Molokal and
Mnul ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, for Honokaa and Kit
kulhaelc, C p. rr-.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
Francisco, 10 n. m.
Sheriff Inukca left todny for Wnl-
kniic, whole ho will spend about ten
duys, during which ho expects tu go
thlougli tho entire Kooluu district.
Ho stilted before his departure that
he had loft Instructions that tho em
ployes of tho department who wore
nominated for ofllco during his nb
renco must turn In their resignations.
lu conformity with the order which
ho. Issued on this subject somo tlmo
VOELLER TO RUN
K. N. Voeller, tho assistant engi
neer of tho Metropolitan Meat Co.,
which Is generally tho place whero
Democratic candidates emtio from, has
announced blir.aelf as n candidate for
Ropresentatlvo from tho Fifth Dis
trict on tho Republican ticket. Ho hax
for it long time past been pinmlnent
lu thu politics iif that paity In his dis
trict. J!HP- BULLETIN AD3 PAY
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowinrj-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveWt ready
in no time, and the price will be to
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; to
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King war Alapai,