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EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TIISDAY. OCT. C, 1908.
'Pacific Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular. 5 P. M.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All ln1i-tnB member of tho
Ordor are cordially Invited to
attend mer tings of local lodges
lilARHONY LODGE, No. 0, 1. 0. 0. P.
L; Meets ovcry Mondny evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. V. Hall. Tort Streot.
iN 13. It. 1IHNDUY. Secretary.
DUN. 1'. VICKEKS, N. O.
J',.', All vlittlng hrotliors Very cordially
MYSTIC lOIinE, No. 2, K. OF P.
I.MecW every 2d mid 1th Tuesday
of" each month nt 7:110 n. in. lit Iv. 1'.
Hall, corner l'ort imd llorctanla 8t.
yijltlnu Id others cordially welrn.n
i , W. T,. LYI.13, c. c,
i v F. WALDUON, K. of It. & B.
OAHU L0DOE. No 1, K. of P.
Meets ovor,y first nn-1 third Fri
day cven'nG at 7: SO In K. of 1'. Hall,
corner Fort nnd lleietunln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttond.
. A. O. UU13KIXO, C.C..
.' JAS. V. WHITH, K.Il.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Jl Honolulu Lodgo No. cic. 11. r. 0.
in., will meet In their hall ou King
.'near Fort Street every Friday oven
' Hy order of the K. It.:
HUNUY C. HASTON,
WM. H. MclNERXY, E. It.
ttWra. M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7 DO o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Foil nnd lleretanla Visit
ing biothers (nrdl.illy Invited to at
tend. W. I.. FHAZKE, C.C.,
12. A. JACOIISON. K.U.S.
BnONOLULU AEIIIE 110, F. 0. E.
I;' Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Berctanla nnd Foit streets.
Visiting Eagles nre .Invited to at-
ifi" Mr T. TOin'P ' TJrnct
11. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days ot carli month nt Knights ot
Pythias Hull. Visiting hrotliors coi
dlally Invited to attend.
A. 13. AIILEIGH, Sachem.
A. E. Ml'KPIlY, C. of It.
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
b' Convenient for Orphcnm Attendants.
1st Boor Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
"j .r'Waverley Building, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
and Table Semes nt AH Hours. Bc3t
Meals nt Seasonable Prices.
CHARLES II. EICHLER, Prop.
J"" PHONE 422 '
J. SAKT03 MANAC1ER
Union Street near Hotel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new PRENCH
257 Ecretania St
fOf AH Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TAT AMI
Emma St. near Beretania.
)rj&"Far Sale" cards at Bulletin.
We sell you stoves
ionoluiu Gas Co.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
JUST RECEIVED FROM S. F.
LADIES' FELT' HATS. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIP
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KIHO ST.
FOR c '
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
House and General Painting.
BOSTON BLDG., 2ND FLOOR.
5 C CIGAR. 5 C.
M. A. Grunst fc Co.
EDGEWORTH and QB0ID Tobacco
The only two Rood imoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
FITZPATRICK BROS. . -aud
HYRTLE CIGAR' STORE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
To find a house, a bargain, a ser
vant, anything but trouble, use' a
Bulletin Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunoh or dinner.
Admit nl George, llccklcy was tires-
cut ut tho departure oi the Mumm
A bright youtiK lad or girl is wantt d
for billing work, Seo nd In today's Is-
Ono or two moms, with or without
liohrd, me being nilvoi llwoit for lent
In thin Iksuo.
Col. Sam Parker loft for Hawaii to
day on hinlnoss. Wlillo then) ho wilt
do some hunting.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up to-duto repair..
A lutctlng for the purpose ot pi"
muting Micrvr will lie held at the Y.
.t. V A. building at .S::t(l o'clock this
F!ddle Finn and Ceo. Heees of the
Alamcd.i, the popular mixologists, mo
now easing thirsts nl Al 'I'hurlow'H
' Kojal Amiux "
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its coollne
and preservative properties. California
Foed Co., agents. '
Thu Social Science Club lieaid il
paper on tuberculosis by Dr. Jiitm-x
Judd last uunlng. The club wnii en
tertained nt the Inline of A. P. Judd.
Judgment has been served against
Rt'KlMlrar Morrlnm In tho milt of tno
Culled StatcH ngalust him to compel
It t m In iccclNe blue-pilnt maps on lee
on!. Florence M. Zublaii was thl inoni
Ins isrnnled a divorce Irom NlchobH
on the Kioutiiln of extrenm cruelly. Sho
was Klveti $.1 per week porm inetil all
An appeal has been filed in tho Mar
tvllo diorco priicepllnt;i. which Jiutto
l.lndbay lofiiHcd to haiidle on atruuiit
of Ihe fact that Ida Court had no Jur
isdiction. Tho rulliiK of thu Supremo Court
yoHterday makes Iho law read that all
properly over thu exempted forty
acres, IncludliiK Browing crops, amcii'
nblo to taxation
Don't fall to visit tho cul-prlco uale
at A. lllom'o. Tho prices aro cut
from nuo-thtrd to one-lmlf. Sco tho
window display. Port street, opposite
Smoke, tip' Owl clKar you'll like It.
It's tho lluest binoku you can gel any
whero for lle cents, uud better than
lots of ten centers. M. A. (liinst &
Co.. KIiib and Port street.
DoluKato Kalatdanaole, accompanied
by JudKu Mnhaulu, went to Illlo today.
salllnK In tho Malum Kca. They will
make n trip uroiind tbu Island In tho
Intel est of thu Republican party.
Call and ask for u Paiker (Lucky
Curvo) fountain pen for a ten das"
ireo trial. If It leaks, blots, or stains
our fliiKers, or If you don't like it,
britiK u back. Hawaiian News Co.,
Tho cnM'.i ot John Ufflngcr.Mrs.Tay
lor mid Jas. Stelncr. charxed by II. V.
Hletow of violating tho Sabbath law.
came up In (ho Police Court this morn-
Inn, but wcro continued until October
Mttrstnu Campbell has filed hli an
swer In the luiuiictlnn suit of tho
Will I ilk ti SiiKar Company with regard
to thu water lights In the Ian Valley,
In which he denies each nnd every of
the pertinent nllPRatlous.
Tho lost papcrB and deposition in
tho "Candy Trust" suit wero found
this moriiliiK. They had been placed
In mother receptaclo than Hint In
which llioy had been placed by W.
Chllllngworth, when hu held a posi
Tho caso of Henry Leslie, charged
with robbery of a Chinese, was nolle
probtcd In thu Police Couit this morn
ing, thu complaining wltncsH falling
down altogether. In his testimony. Tho
pnuecullon gavo potlco of Its Inten
tion to enter n charge or assault and
battery against tho doforlant.
Tonight thu annual Harvest Pcitlval
and thanksglvlug celebration will tako
place nt tho Salvation Army hall. It
will tako Iho form of an auction sale.
many goods having been donated to
tho Salvation Army for (his purpose.
Refreshments wjll also bo sorved. Ad
mlBhlou Is free; Knslgu Lewis and
Audruw Yeo appeared before .'iiiIbo
llnbiiisiiu this morning mid, after en
tering a plea of guilty, was sentencud
to ono year In tho' perltentlary (or
burglary In (he first dogiw. Tho Juiy
In Jndgo Robinson's Com t brougnt in
a ordlct of guilty against Pedro nod
rlgucB Inst night on n cuaru of us
tnull Ho was sentenced o pay a llpe
of tin and costs.
Klnjlio Ho, now of tho JanantAo
I'orelgu Affairs department, will ar
live herp In November to tako the i
iiltlon now occupied by 8ecrctar N.i
gasavyn of tho local Japanese Consul
a(o. Scctetary Nagasawa. who has
served for his goorntuunt hero longer
than, any other member of (ho con
sular staff, will leavo In tho America
Mnru, balling nu tho 2Cth lust.
Tho coinurstono of tho now Voko
luuna Speclo Hank building was laid
on Saturduy. Owing to tho lllnoss of
Manager Y. Akal, (ho ceremonies
wero not very formal. N. Otsukn, tho
assistant manager of the bunk, luhl
tho stono. Among others there were
II. L. Kerr nnil Prod H. Kodwurd. A
group-photograph of tho staff of tho
bank was Included In Iho things placed
lu tho cornerstone.
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
i LIMITED .
62 S. KING ST. PHONE KS.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
I liSHIiMI AND
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. ft. Prince
sloner Francis II, Ixiomls, who Is here
States to ai range for thu part America
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. C- Admiral Togo entertained nl dinner tonight
In honor of the wives of the officers (if the American Atlantic Fleet, who
are hero awaiting thu arrival nt Yokohama ot the battleships Horn Ma
nila. WILL PREVEP WAR
PARIS, France, Oct. ti.-PrHiicohas delermlned lo mediate, between
Till key nnd llulgarta. It Is unuounced
possibly Italy will bo Invited to unite with thu French In preserving tho
peace In (he Hnlkuns mid cull u conference of the. signatory Powuiu to thu
SERVIANS AROUSED AGAINST AUSTRIA
IlKLnRADIC, Servla, Oct, n. The piopnsal on (he part of Austria to
deflnllel yimiiex' tho" Province of Bosnia and llerzegovlim hus moused tho
Servians. In this city the mobs havu inkeu possession of thu streets mid
mo demanding that' the Government takes steps to leslst (tin Aullrlati
1 .03 AN'flKt.KS P.lllf rir'l. R.
attack upon Kern, the Dcmocrnttc iiolnl'neu for the Vice Piesblency, In his
meeting heiu tonight. Ills rciuaii.a failed (o please u nail of his hear
ers, who left the hall.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Oct. R.
against the Canadian Par I lie Hallioad Company, -which has been on for
some months, wns officially declined on today. This Is u complete vic
tory for thu company.
BEVERIDOE FOR GREAT NAVY
SKATTLK, Wash., Oct. r.. -Senator Ileverlilgo dellveicd u speech
here tonight in which he declared
gieater navy In the Pacific.
CHl'RHOUlta,, France, Oct. fi.
made n trip of 01)3 miles submerged,
$200,000. FIRE IN MANILA
MANILA, P. I Oct. 5. Ton cases of cholera developed today, among
those attacked by tho disease being two Americans.
EXPECTS 1,600 VOTES
(Continued from Pare 1)
mutter' of his Candidacy nnd take
some favorable action on It.
This vlevy docs not appear to be
shared by Theodoio lttchurds, who, nu
was leported exclusively In the II u I
letln yesterday, led tho oppos'tliu
nt tho meeting of the Ministerial Un
ion (o the resolution In favor of lau
ke.i. Richards stated this noon ;h it
he did not think thnt tiicio would
soon bo a meeting ot tho Evniige'.lc.U
Association, and that, If thoru w.no,
he thought that the possibility or 11 :(
taking nny action lu tho matte.- of
politics wiis very remote. Ho did not
know anything of tho Hawaiian cler
gymen working for Iaukea. If they
were doing so. he said, 'hey wru
working merely as individual.), and
not as a body.
Judd Is Satisfied
Chairman Judd of the Republican
County Committee thia morning ex
pressed great satlsfnc.:on with the
nieetliig which took placo at Aula
Park last evening.
"I believe that the meeting wjh a
constructive one." he paid "It wis
the largest which w.-ih over ho! I at
Aala, larger even than tho C-'H'lleld
meeting. Thu audlcnco apprciativ!
urn, myi mm inu saccules wo.i'3 con-
J'! HmW0 (HAW Wt
I to give y6a a Ten
' t' . flu
in ordsj; to
WILL NOT LEAK' OR BLOT OR STAIN THE FINGERS.
It won't because it can't; the Lucky Curve won't let it.
-Call and ask us for a PARKER PEN to try out.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.,
1 . A,
Pushlml tihlny .entertained, Cdiuinls-
as u tcprcrcntnUve of tho United
is In take In thu proposed Toklo
that ltussla, (Heat Hiitaiu, and
Wllllnm 1!n,,,ll,,l, II.., .ul ,n.tn n,i
Tho strike of the shop machinists
himself In favor of the Matlonlng of n
The Ficnch submarine. KncrsudP
remaining under water for elghty-
Accurately-fitted glasses save their
owners much trouble.
We fit them that way.
fined to tho issues of tho day, what
, tin- party had accomplished, pniiicu
.laiiy what thu Prince had accomplish
ed. it alio appreciated thu fact that
llhu Republican party was now differ
ent from what it was In tho pust, nu I
that Iho parly workers wcro nulled
In their efforts to elect every man on
It Iiiib not been decided as yet when
tho .actual campaign meetings will
begin. This depends to a lamo ex
tent ou thu icsiilt ot tho Haloikala
Hunch (est case, which will deter
mine Just whoro tho party Id lliuiu
clally, Dclegalo Kaluniunnolu left this
noun lu thu Manna Kua for Hawaii,
whoro hu will malio speech en. Aflii'
having tout im'I (hat Island, ho wIJI eo
Days' Free Trial
prove to you tliat the
OPTICIAN. BOSTON BLOCK.
.; ' . -.,r .;. HflES
I lei FOREIGN P0RT6
Tuesday, Oct. G, 1908.
flN FRANCISCO Sailed Oct. fi:
H. ',. Korea, for Honolulu.
Illll.lllANi: Sailed Oct. 1:
S. !!. Aorangl, for Honolulu,
(1AVIOTA Arrived Oct. r.:
HchsM. H. Chllcott, heiuo Sop(. 11
ICAIIIH.Ill Arrived Oct. 5:
S. S. Vliglntaii, fiom Honolulu.
KAHUUJI Sailed Oct. r.:
S. 9. Virginian, for Illlo.
CARGO AT KAHULUI
The Union Oil steamer Sautn Ma
rin in lived hern vesterd.iv fionl Ka-
hillill, where sho hail gnuu to 'Us
cliuigo L'u.UOl) barrels of oil, but had
found n broken pipe-line, which forc
ed her to ciiuio ou hoio with (he tanks
still, full. Shu hns UO.OOO barrels for
(his place, which are being dlsi barg
ed nt (he Railroad whuif. It Is not
yot known what can bo done with tho
Jr., 000 liar nils ot oil for Kuliultil.
TIIH MATRON slenmer Hllonlaii do-
patted for San l'Vuiiclsco this morn
ing. Willi nut sevenieeu ennui pas
sengers. Sho nlso had a rather llxht
cargo, as sho looked high lu tho water
wjth but ICOil or IGiiO tons below
hatches. Among other Items In tho
cm go nro POO tons of sugar, fiOuO c.iscn
canned' pines, 1M10 hunches bananas,
.10(1 PMunu ftetdi liltu4 unit n fiimnlllv
of miscellancniM packages. Tho Illlo.
nlnu look no mull, as Iho .Mamedn,
Vthlch tails nt 10 o'clock tonionnw, Is
o.ctcd lo get to Sail Francisco llrsl.
"What Iho Advertiser meant f
by stating' this morning that few r
of tho speakers nt ll.o Ilipuhl.- t
f can meeting last night 'ducll ou
tho straight ticket policy is moic t
f than I can iiuderslauil'" suited -
-f a prominent man this morning, -f
"I iiiulerst.'iiid Hawaiian well, -f
and I havo tho remctubrnnco that -t-f
iiveiy ono of them ndocutod tho f
f s'.uilght ticket, iiutllliA up tho
f fact that thu IlupiibMc.in ticket
us a wholu could do moiu for Iho
f public welfare lliuu it could If
t split. It Is Iho luornt'is papers -f
4- usual way of mUslatli'.s and mis-
f cJiiBtrulng." -f
NO UNCERTAINTY A8 TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS 8HALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Int. Co.,
with assets of over $14,000,000, and a
curplus of over $1,300,000, Is now Issu
ing a Guaranteed Investment Contraot,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of second and sub
sequent deposits. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It wilt pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO.
to Maul, whore he will do the saius.
Bcckley Files Papers
Admiral Hockley has filed his nom
ination pupcis, ho being tho only ouo
of tho independent candidates who
has done so so far. Those who have
signed papers mo as follows:
I). Knlaiinkahinl. Sr.. V.. O. Achl, It.
O. Kcklpl, Chas. K. Knlnlu, V. il.
Crn,vford, Joseph K. Kcokl, lush'ui
Kuniihelu, Win, O. H. fl!vp-iu, i).ild
W. Mnhuaku, W. L. HiisU i, K. Nakcu,
Jno Knuul. .1. K. Kualpi.ua, .1. I' lvi
hahnwul, Win, Kahlluuiii It, K. Knm.i
USUI. J, M. I'eenahelo. Win. K. Kalel
hill, S. K. Mahoe, John K.ilnhl':!. fl'ipi
uel nlnlu, K. I'aulo, S. Ii. uaklklul.
Stephen Hinaiiiua. Oeoio WiiRht,
Ileniy K, Knpu. J. Napiia. Ken K.i
liina, Win, 1), Holt, Sam I'.iui'i, lokepn
Kla, John Kapahl, K. Ii. Maiol, John
Kouwclyuolo. Kuwlki Kauuici, ,ioies
Kuwalapo, S. I', l.cnl, Joan Hulii. l'.i
lion, John Kukalua. h. M. Kulllnll, 1',
Kahcu. It. Kukapu, Hiram Kaeliu, ',.
O, Knrriitll, J. A. Lar,-e!iine, Musea
Muhi'Iona, KO. M. Kuko, I K. Iiipa, L,
K. Huo, Jr Solomon I) l.'okl.
Thu other County cindlil.ites who
havo filed their papers diirliif, tho l.i.i
few days aro us follows: John I,
I'nno. W. 1. Jarretl, J. ,f. Fcr'i. W. H.
McClelluu. Frank I'alih . AiJUow P..
Co. M, K. Sllva, II. W. Avli'tt, II. W.
IJ.nis, II. II. Tient, K. Ii.r1i.-ihi. .1. il,
Kuhln, John Fernandez ami II. !.
Onn or two looms, with or without
board. Apply "II.." this olllce.
Kaahumanu Improvement Club.
Thu lteglll.ir Ollllltciiv MeeHncr or
the Kiialiiinuinu Impiovumunt Club
Will bu huld nt thn iMal.lniwr, r M.-
T. J. King, corner of I'llkul and Lu
nalllo streets, on Thursday oveiilng,
Oct. Sth, ut 7:30 o'clock.
All ICSldelllH mill mnnmlv nwnnru
of tho district mentioned below mo
earn.-stiy lequested to bo present.
Dlstilct: lletwten Alnpal and I'll
nnhoii uticets inauku ot King stiect
to Mountain Hldgo. Iletwceu i'llkol
and I'unahou stieeto makal of King
street lo Ocean.
Hy older of tho Picsldent:
JAS. L. McLHAN,
.) m.lll, a m. p n dm
l J i
ii iii ; m i " .
i s s to f. . f- i:
l ri i r,
f, 4 1 S 11
:, in a .r
., :ri l i'i
,-, M Mm
f, 37( 6 v
1 li) lis " so
., -,i ti in H 1
2 I". I.S
tl.lll.l ,' III.1 I
ft ;i v lu ,J "'
I 10 IC 11 10 S)
t C'l'l lull IU
Full moon Oct. U nl 10: IT, n. m.
Il.iuallnu standard time in lu hours
30 minutes Blowor than OrcenwIeU
time, being that of tho meridian of 1&7
legrtos Hi) mlnutos TLo timo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. hi., which Is the sumo
ns Greenwich, 0 hourc 0 minutes. Sun
and moou aro for local tltuo for tho
Miindu, Oiinbcr .
Am. S. 8. Bantu Maria, hum i'oit
San Luis, 'i p. in.
Monday. October ii.
Slmr. Ko An Hon, for Kauai, ':!')
Htmr. Jainen Makeo, for I'eail liar
bor, 11: If. p. in.
Tuesday, Ocluber fi.
M. N. H S. Hllonlaii. Johiisiiu, for
Saii Fruiidsco, III u. in.
Htmr Maiiua Ken, Fieeinaii, for Illlo
and way ports. 11! noon.
Stmr. W. II. Hall, fo.- Kauai ports, r,
Slmr. Mllaihahi, for Molok.il and
Mnul porta, r p. in.
Slmr. Noeau, for Mahukoiia, Ilono
kaa, Kukiiihaelu and Kawalhae, 3 p. m.
() H. S. Alameda ,for San Francisco,
10 a. in.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED V
1'er Btnir. Miuina Kca, Freeman, for
Mnul and Illlo. Oct. fi. J. N. Phillips,
Thus. King, W. Wilson, Capt. J.
Seniles, C Crnhnm, l' U'liion, .1.
Crowes. Mrs. Searles, Miss Searles. V.
lloss, Oeo. Clark, A. Guitenbeig. (J. .1,
Falk, J. Schwnit7. and wife. Mis. A.
Mcnefogllo and child, II. Gorman, 0.
Wlchcrt. Fred Lowls, Suiiuel I'.uko,-.
J. J. Sulllviiu. Mrs. O. .1. McCarthy,
Mrs W. A. Fetter, C. Mnscky, A. V.
Dunn, O. II. Swezcy, L. nn Tcmpsk,
Mlsa I. M. Whltbeck, .Mrs. C. J. Irwin.
Miss J. 11. llopplu, Miss C, Shlpui.ui.
J. II. KctclKwm, C. limbic, Itov. s.
Desha, J. T. Taylor. 1'rlnco Kiihio,
Archlu Mahaulu, T. Mllanl and wire,
J. W. Moouaiill, T. Soini and wife.
I'cr M. S, 8. Hllonlaii for Sail Fiaa
Cisco, Oct. fi. Mts. L. I). Arnold ami
Infant, Mlsa Gertrude McCumi, It W.
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. llcrgstrom mid
2 cblldien. Dr. uud Mrs. 1'hlllp From-,
Mis. C. Morgan and 2 children. Mrs.
K. K. Mahlum, Mrs. Johnson lu, A.
W. Haines, Mis. Ortlway nnd child, A.
L. Loiilsson, Miss Colman, II. II. ur.
ry, C. McLennan and ladles, Mrs. Lov
Per slmr. Mlknhnln. PI. Mil. .u r..'l
Molokal ami Maul, Oct. (i, fi p m-Y
Von llliig. F. L. Olb.,on. J. T. Warren.
F. W. I'caso, J. . McVeigh.
l'ei stmr. W. (1. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai. Oct. fi, 0 p. m.-C. A. Ilrtuiii, L.
Wciiiczhelmcr, Miss Miller, Huroinlki.
Tuesdnr. Oct. fi.
Tcnilieratuies fi a. in., 71; 8 u. m..
75; 10 a. in., 77; noo.i, 7; niornli,';
Il.iromcter, 8 n. in.. 1! i)0j aluoliuo
huiiildlly. S a. m.. 7 111 grains pr
cubic fool; rolutlvo hiu.ilillly, x a. in
7 per cent ; dew point, s a. in., ,S, '
Wlntl fi a. m., veluc'iy 3, direction
V. : i- u. in., elocilv ::, ilhecllon N K
10 ii. in., velocity 7, direction , - ,.,.'
loloelty 0, dliectlnu N. I
ltiilnfall dining 21 hours ended S a
in.. .00 Inch.
Tl.tUl Willi! lllllYoinrv.tt ,1,,. 1.... nt
hours ended nl noon, ics nillCn,
., .WM' " BOOKMAN.
Section Director, Weather lliiroan.
1 n t
N0RRIS OPPOSES CANNON 1"
LINCOLN', Nub,. Sent. 20. rv,.
grcssman (liorge W. Ntmlu r v...
ibraska. Itepubllcan, In u statement
iiitiay opposctl (ho lo-uli'ctlou of (;.in
lion for Speaker, becatisn ho uses tho
power of his high position to prevent
thn (onsltloratlon or legislation asked
for by the people anil desired ,y ,t
laigo bn.ly of (he menibershln ,.r h...
Ilousu of Hcpresuntatlvcs.
Judge Norils will b0 rememl,e,-,,i
as ono of (ho visiting Congressmen
who tinned Ihu Islands.
Ainoni: thn n.aii.i. ... ... .
- ..n in mo Anion.
can zone on thn isthmus of vlmmli
mmm.M l nidles.
Sea Wrens! Sea Wrens!
It Is Verv wpll in Cn ir. , . ..
-. ..... , utli n wren, out the
Place to get one s at the CHABtfq
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