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Yokohama Greets Americans
'YOKOHAMA, Japan, Oct. 11. Tho representative business men ot
the Pacific Coast, Rent hero as delegates from llm various commcrctnl
bod leu of the Coast States, arrived on tlio Tcnyo Mnru today, and were
Great preparations nro being mailo hero for tho arrival of tho Amer
ican Atlantic Ilattlcshlp Tlcct.
To War Or Not War
LONDON, Eng., Oct. 11. Tho situation In the Balkans Is quieter,
tho , warring faction's thcro awaiting tho results of tho conference hold
on Saturday between Iswolsky, tho Russian Foreign Minister, and Sir Ed
ward Grey, tho Urltlsh Foreign Secretary.
'(Tho Ministers, , after thblr conference, Issued a statement that they
believed a peaceful settlement of tbo Imbroglio could bo reached.
' K j BRITISH FLEET ASSEMBLED
LONDON, England, Oct. 11. Tho Urltlsh Atlantic Fleet Is prepar
ing, to sail from Gibraltar, where It has assembled. It Is bcllovcd that
tho vessel will clear for Malta.
' ', w SERVIAN MINISTRY IS IN DANGER
i LONDON, England, Oct. 11. It Is stated hero that tho Servian Min
istry Is In Imminent. danger of dissolution, as a rcsultof .tho.dchiands'ot
the (people of Ilclgrado fo'rtho resignation ot tho Ministers unless'" war
wltta Austrln Is declared.
There has been u run on the banks In Dclgrado as a result ot the
' BITTERLY OPPOSED TO AUSTRIA
j DELORADft, Servia, Oct. 10. An extraordinary session of tho Sor
vlun Assembly has been opened nmld great excitement. Tonight two
Austrian flags wero burned In tho great square beforo tho IIouso of Par
liament. Tho pcoplo aro aroused and demand war.
i TURKEY USES BOYCOTT
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkoy, Oct. 10. Bulgarian and Austrian prod
ucts haVo ficcn-boycotted.
! ' HEARST DISGUSTE D HIS AUDIENCE
LOS ANGELES-Calif., Oct. 5. William Randolph .Hearst mado an
attack upon Kern, tho Democratic n omlnco for the Vlco Presidency, in his
incoMng hero tonight. Ills remarks 'failed to'plcaso a 'parf-of his hoar
ers, 'Who left tho hall.
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TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 5. Prlnco Fushiuil today entertained Commls
fcloner Francis D. Iomls. who Is li ere as a rcprcscntatlvoiot tho United
States to arrange for tho part Amcr tea, Is to tako In tho proposed Toklo
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'. '. '? '. LADIES ARE TOGO'S GUESTS,
' TOKIO,',Japan,Oct.iC. -Admiral Togo entertained at dinner tonight
In honor ofithowlvcVof tho'offlc'ers of thoAnic'rl(,anf Atlantic Fleet, who
nre'here'awaltlng tho "arrival -atYokbharia, of 'the battleships from Manila.-
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PARIS. France. Oct. G. Franc o has-determined to mediate between
Turkeyjand Jlulgarla. It Is announced tliat '.Russia, Great Brjfnln, nud
posdbly:itklyJwlll be Invited to itnl to with tho French In preserving the'
pence in me uimkuub unu uuii u turn cri-ncu oi ino siHumury 1'uwers lo mo
Dcrlln treaty. ';"' . '.
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-.SERVIANS AROUSED-AGAINST AUSTRIA ej
BELGRADE, Servia, Oct. 6. T he proposal on the- part of Austria to
definite! yannox tho Prolncirof Dos nlag and, Herzegovina has nroused the
Servians. Inthls city tho' mobs liar o t niton possession of tho streets and
are demanding that the Govcrnmont ' takes steps to resist ''tho: Austrian
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1 BfeVERIDGE FOR (GREAT NAVY
SEATTLE, Wash.,, Oct. C Sent tor, neverldgo delivered a speech'
heio tonight In which'-hoi declared u Imsclf In favor'of the stationing ot a
greater navy In tho Pacific. "
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' SUBMARINE'S T.OWO TRIP '
CHERBOURG, France,-Oct. fi. Tho French 'submarlno jr Encrsudo
mado a trip ot 693 miles submerge d, remaining under water for clghty-
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1200,000. FIRE IN MANILA
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 5. Ten ca ass of cholera doveloped today, among
those attacked by tho disease being t wo Americans.
SWEPT BY TYPHOON
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 6. The damage resulting rom the typhoon that
swept the islands will reach hundreds of thousands of dollars,
The "Barracks at For$ Stotsenberg have been destroyed. The schoon
ers Solcda'd 'and 'Lucia have been wrecked and ten people drowned,
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i 1 '$. H if BASEBALL WINNERS
SANjERANCISCOCalif.,, Oct 6. Detroit has won the championship
pennant'inlthe 'American Leat;ue",contest. t
l InUhNHtirjtnl LeaDie,New(York today defeated Boston. The pro
tested ametbeWwenChica(;o;and1New York has been declared a tie and
willfoc f plyed.offion0ct .8. ff j t .v
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t CONSTANTINOPLE' Turkey. 0ct.V6.i-i-TheTurkishtMiniitrHmi de.
cided tojrequest the'signatoryPowerstto'enforce the Treaty offBerlin in
dealing with the 'Bulgarian revolt.
CAMPAIGN TREASURER CALLS ON ROOSEVELT .
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 6.- Treasurer Sholdon of tho Republican
National Commlttco Is hero In conference with President Roosevelt, who
approves tho plan to finance tbo campaign."
FLEET DATE FOR LEAVING
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 6. Tho Atlantic Fleet will Icavo.hcro on De
cember 1. Residents ot this city ar protesting over tho decision not to
have a public reception ashore.
TAFT AND BRYAN WILL MEET
CHICAGO, III., Oct. C Mr. Tatt will address tho Waterways Con
vention Wednesday and will meet Mr. Dryan at a banquet in tho evening.
FOR AMERICAN SHIPS
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 7. The Hawaiian members of the
Trans-Mississippi Congress introduce a resolution today pledging the del
egates to urge upon the United States Congress action that will insure the
supremacy of American shipping in the Pacific. Mr. Morgan of Hono
lulu made a short speech in which h thanked the Trans-Mississippi Con
gress for the support it gave in th ylegislation for Pearl Harbor devel
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JAPANESE CHRISTIANS REJOICE ,
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 7. Tho Jnpancso Christians aro rejoicing it
tho determination arrived at by those In charge of tho preparations for
tho reception to bo tendered tho American Atlantic Fleet to eliminate In
toxicating liquors and tho engagement ot geisha girls from nil official
CRETE LEAVES TURKEY
CANEA, Crete, Oct. 7. The island of Crete, one of the Turkish
possessions, has proclaimed a union with Greece.
1 ANNEXED BY AUSTRIA
VIENNA,. Austria,' Oct.. 7. A 'proclamation hasbeenlissued by the
Government formally annexing thelprovinces of 'Bosnia and -Herzegovina.
Turkey has made a protest against' this action.
The'Servian Parliament will meet on the 10th.
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! BOSTON' BOYS BEATEN
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Oct. 7. The National Leacue mat here la.
day resulted in a score of New York 7, Boston' 2.
REFINED 6UGAR DROPS
NEW YORK, N. Y.. Oct. 7. Refined wear was reduced todav 20
cents a hundred.
EVIDENCE FAVORS EVANS
MANILA. P. I.. Oct. 7. The conrt-martial held todav heard the cv.
idence of the case against Lieut. Evans. The drift of events appeared
lavoraoie to ivans.
TAFT AT WATERWAYS CONVENTION
CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 7. Wm. H. Taft addressed' the National Water
ways ohvcntiqnvhere today.
. ; ROOSEVELT WON'T STUMP
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 7. President Roosevelt Is convinced tlmt
tho political, situation makes it unnecessary forhlm to' go .'out" on 'tho
stump personally In the Intorest of .William II. Taft. '
NO WAR IN'BALKANS
PARIS,-Franco, Oct. 7. The situation In tho Ilalkans l.i clearing,
and it seems now that' war' Is Improbable, tho International conference,
summoned being expected to Ming about a peaceable settlement ot tho
.troubles In which Turkey, Bulgaria, Servia, and Austria arc Involved.
, ASK AUSTRIA TO.rRECONSIDER .. .
i LONDON,' Eng.. Oct. 7. Great Britain has asked tho 'Austrian cov
ornment to reconsider ItR-lntcntlou to 'annex therFroviiKit-olil'osnla'nnd
Iterzcgovlnatho formal 'declaration! of ewhlchnibver'aslssued todd'r at?
Vienna. Tufkoy. which exorcises suzerain rlghtalover thoprovlnct,"has.-
uucuuy . inbutu (i,, proisi aguinsi Austria s action. y.
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. . TAFT AND BRYAN AT BANOUET '
CHICAGO, lll.,(Oct. 7. Wllllaiirli. Taf andjs; William 'Jennings?
Bryan met hero tonight at -a bailquc-t, greeting each 'other cordially. The
speeches, at -tho function-wero nonpartisan. '-
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WAR CREDU PASSED
BELGRADE, Servia, Oct. 12. Parliament today voted a war credit
of three millions two hundred thousand dollars.
Britain Expects Peace
LONDON, England,, Oct. 12. T he British Parliament met today.
Premier Asquith in his opening address expressed the hope that the Pow
ers would preserve peace in the Balkans.
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DETROIT W-INS ONE ''"'
CHICAGO, II., Oct. 12. The third game in the series for thc wotld 's
baseball championship was played today. Score: Chicago 3, Detroit, S.
LONDON, Encland. Oct. 12. Ernest Barry won tho world's cham
pionship sculling race today, defeating George Down of Australia.
THAW STILL INSANE
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.. Oct. 12. Harry Thaw was today recommit.
ted to the Matteawan Asylum for the criminal insane. Thaw was brought.
before the court to determine his sanity.
6T. PETERSBURG CHOLERA RECOl'.D
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Oct. 12. Sixty-five new. cases of chohra
and twenty-four deaths have been reoorted in the last twenty-four hours,
RUSSIAN CRUISER IS AGROUND '
LIBAU, Russia, Oct. 12 The Russian cruiser Olig is aground. Y
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" CRETE NOW UNITED WITH GR1CECE , yV
CANEA, Crete, Oct. 12" The Parliament of Crete today formaJly vo
ted a union with Greece.
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OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED ' I
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 9. The officers of the Trans-Mississippi
Congress were installed today.
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EARL CEWS IS NAMED '
,- LONDON, England, Oct. 9. The Earl of Crews will succeed' Earl
Riper, who has resigned as Lord of the Privy Seal. I .
THIRTEEN CHOLERA' CASES
. MANILA, P. I., Oct. 9.
-There were thirteen cases of cholera in the
HONGKONG, China. Oct. 9. It Is stated here that the object
Uslt of Slr'Robert Hart In Knglnnd Is to' perfect an alliance betivccii
Great Britain, America'' and China In mattcrs;affectlng their Intcrcita In
the Far East. -rt
SAN FRANpiSCO, Calif., Oct. & The Trans-Mississippi Congress op
enca nere toaay. messages inaorsing tne work: and purposes or the Con
gress were received from President R osevelt, Wm. H, Taft, and Wm. J.
Bryan. , '
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COLORADO'S SILVER SERVICE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 6. The silver service for the cruiser
Colorado was formally presented by the State authorities today.
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. SERVIANS WOULD FIGHT AUSTRIA
BEUGRADK, Servia, Oct. 0. Tho Servians nro demanding war with
'Austria rather than annexation. Tbo Government will appeal to tho
Diplomatic Corps. '
CONFERENCE WILL BE PEACEFUL
PARIS, France, Oct. 0, A harmoilous Bulgarian conferenco Is bb
nured. Great Britain, France, and Russia w.lll tako part.
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EMPEROR JOSEPH TAKES HAND
VIENNA, Austria, Oct. 6. Th Emperor Francis Joseph will pro
claim tho Austrian rights ot succession as regards Bosnia and Herze
govina, and will grant them n. constitution and representation.
WRIGHT'S PATENTS SOLD TO FRANCE
LE MANS, France, Oct. C In today's flight Wright mado n record
with ono passenger of an hour and lour minutes, thus fulfilling the con
tract by which he will sell his Fr
DOO. Fifty machines huvo bc-bh ord orcd. " J"11
4. CHICAGO, WINS -
! NEW YORK, N. YMl 0ct.v 8. Chicago won the pennant in the final'"
game played today) to 'determine the ' championship , of the National)
League. v . 3
.", The Chicago. team, scored four runs in the third inning, made eight,
hits, and no errors.
The Giants scored one run in the first inning and one in the seventh, t
The game closed vwith NW York's record two scores, five hits, and one
error. ' .
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k , ' WYOMING READY
' SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.., Oct. 8. The monitor Wyoming was plac
ed in commission1 today. This' monitor is equipped for experiment in oil
for fuel on warships. It' is expected the first trial cruise will be to
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TREATY IS SIGNED :
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 8. The arbitration treaty between Chi
na and America has been signed. T his treaty is along the same lines as
that negotiated with Japan and European nations.
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SERVIA' WILL FIGHT
VIENNA, Austria, Oct. 8. Servia is planning a guerilla warfare.
WARSHIPS TO SAM0B
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Oct. 8. Turkish warships have been
ordered to the Island of Samos in retaliation for the action of Crete,
which has declared union with Greece. 1
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MORGAN IS "VICE"
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 8. Thomas Walsh of Colorado was
today elected President of the Trans-Mississippi Congress. James F.
Morgan of Honolulu is among the Vice Presidents.
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r'? BRYAN AT CHICAGO
CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 8. Wm. J. Bryan attended and addressed the
Waterways Convention today.-
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TURKEY W ILL SUBMIT
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkoy, O ct. 8. A conferenco of' tho Powers
regarding tho now situation In tho II nlkans Is now thought to be Improb
able. It Is believed 'that tho Porto will abandon its demand that a con
ferenco ot tho Powers slgnatory.tci tho Borlln treaty bo called, fearing
that complications might result oven less favorable to Turkoy than tho
prcsont situation. . f,
It seems probablo that Turkoy w III accept present conditions but will
demand compensation from tho Bulgarian Government for the loss of tho
Government railroad built through Rumella, Bulgaria's southern province.
Turkoy will also Issuo a protest ugalnst tho Crotlan Junction with
LIEUT. EVANS MAY ESCAPE
. MANILA, P. I., Octi 9. Tho court-martial of Lieut. Evnns has been
completed. .It Is rumored that a verdict 'of guilty has been arrived nt.
but that tho dismissal of Evans fiiim tho service will not bo recommen
MIDSHIPMAN IS DISMISSED '
,? Midshipman K. It. Connor ot tho battlcshlp'Mlnnesntn ban been dls-
r missed from' -tho service," havlhgvbcun found, guilty of being Intoxicated,
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? COL. STEWART ORDERED TO POST . . ' i
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 9. Tho Retiring Board has finished Its
report on Colonel Stewart, who was n nlered back to hl post nt Fort
Grant, Arizona, without being allowed to undertake tho endiirancn InsL
'rides. Tho report has been withheld, but It 'Is, believed thatltho rctlrc-'-...
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BULGRADK,vServla, Oct. 9. A demonstration was made hero today
by tho people, assrmblrd mobs demanding tho rrslgnntlonlof thn mem
bers of tho Cabinet and tho iihdlca Hon of King Peter In favor ot Prlnco
George, his eldest son, unlets tho gov crnmont declare war ugalnst Austria
for the annexation of Bosnia and II crzegovlna.
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MILITIA OF CRETE GO OVER TO GREECE,'
CANKA, Island of Crete, Oct. 9. A part of the Crotlan, mllltla to
day took tho oath ot allegiance lo King George of Greece, declaring
their fidelity' to the kingdom to wli Ich tho Island has' been annexed and
forswearing' their allegiance to Turkey, , 1
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CARNEGIE AND MRS. SAOE'CONTRIBUTE
NEW. YORK, N.Y., Oct.' 9. Audrdw Carnegie today subscribed twen
ty thousand dollars to-the Republican campaign fund. Mrs. RusscI Bago
subscribed one thousand dollars.
FLEET SAILS FOR YOKOHAMA
MANILA, P. I.. Oct. 9. Tho Atlantic Fleet sailed today for Yoko-
MANILA CHtfLEIM DECREASES
MANILA. ! Oct. U. - l'lvo
cases of rhcilcru woro reported on
Sunday niirl three new lasca on Mon
day Dniiirlllnry visits llirouch llm
Infected llelrlctn will be lontlnucd
for another two ecks.
MILIJTIA PROTECTED NEGRO
SI'VllTANIil'lta. On.. Oct 10 V
mob fought the mllltlu for nosscsjlon
of . necrii rnvlsbvr (otilirhl. Four
N.KWPOIIT. It. I., (Jet. 10 Six
perished In thu wreck of the Slrocro
In tho WVut Indies.
ST. PETERSBURG CHOLERA
ST PETERSBURG, Riissl.1, Oct 1 1
Sccnly-lo (nscs of iholorn nmt
tlilrty-KcM-n deaths from tho dlseaso
arc tho tlgures given out by tho city
health authorities for tod.iy.
COL. STEWART RETIRED
WASHINGTON. I). ., Oct 10 -Colonel
Stewart, I'. S A, who was
banished to Foil (li.-tnt. Arizona Tor
illorj. by order of tlm President, has
been rctlro'l fniiu tho Army.
IAFT GOING SOUTH
CINCtlNNATI. 0., ()t 10. Mr.
Taft Will innka 11 polltlwl tour of
I lie Sooth.
MEET IN DE NVER 1909
SAN FRANCISCO, Cullf., Oct. 8. At tile sckslon of the Trans-Mlssls-slppl
Cohgress today It was resolve d to hold tho 1909 Congress at Den
MURDERED BY FILIPINOS
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 8, Fillpin os murdered C. H. Trotter, an Amor
lean, and two Spaniards In a light ar Islng ovor a land dispute hero today.
BRITISH FLEET IS SENT OUT
VALETTA, Malta, Oct. 9. Twelve British warships have been or
dered to the Agean Sea. It is believed this action is taken at the request
of the Turkish Government. The fleet will be commanded by Prince
Battenberg, ,. L t . ,
TO PROTECT SUGAR
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 10. The Trans-Mississippi Congress
adopted resolutions in .favor of tho maintenance of a Strang naval fleet
in the Pacific, National aid for the merchant marine and harbor im
provements, and-protection for the sugar industry. Particular opposi
tion was expressed to the admission of sugar grown by cheap labor.
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THINK WAR CERTAIN
BELGRADE, Servia, Oct. 10. War among the Balkan States is con
ITALIAN FLEET IS MOBILIZED
SPEZIA, Italy, Oct. 10. The Italian fleet has been ordered concen
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HEARST AT BERKELEY
BERKELEY, Calif.. Oct. 10. W. R. Hearst and Candidate Hiscen
spoke at the Greek theatre today.
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CHICAGO NATIONALS WIN
DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 10. The first game of the scries for the na
tional baseball championship resulted in a score of Chicago 10, De
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CAPTAIN AND TWELVE" DROWNED
HAMBURG, Germany, Oct., 10. The steamships Pretoria and Nip
noma were in collesion here today. The captain of the Nipponia and
twelve of her crew were drowned.
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CRETE ASSEMBLY OPENED
CANEA, Island of Crete, Oct. 11, Tho Cretan Asbombly was open
ed today In tho name of King George of O recce.
I.ONDON, England. .Oct. 10. Tho British Government Is opposed to
tho aspirations of Crcto for union with Greece,
LIMP INTO PORT
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 9. The steamships Asuncion and Nor-
wood, which were in collision off Point Gorda. arrived here todav in a
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LOUISVILLE, Ky Oct. 8. Hen ry Watterson, a membor of tho Dem
ocratic National Campaign Commlttco, In n speech hero tonight nssalled
Hoosovelt, stating that ho had nssum cd powers na President that mado
Ultu tho virtual king ot America, Mil , 4,, .
SJUl FRANCISCO. Calif.. Oct. 8.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysi-,, 9s. Gy,d.
Pai.itv, 4 cents. Previous quotation,
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. ,0.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 9s. 8'jd.
Parity, 4.03 cents. Previous quota
tion, 9s. Gd.
JSEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
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Wllllftm Ringer to T Mlliiniuiii . .. L
Frank OlUelra mid wf to Thotuo do
Alexander K IcwIr and wf tir'Annlo
Boaid of Education to Louts Malg
A Lewis Jr and wf to James A Auhl
JaniPH A. Aulil. Jr.. to Antoao Plres .1)
A l.uwlt Jr ini! wf to Muri.i V Bar
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A band ronrerl, followed by nil lin
proinptu itanee, will bo glen tonight
at tho Alexander Young Hotel In honor
of the Paclltr jflect, to which the public
is corumuy niMteii. Tlio raiuous Kual
quintet dull will furnlth the music
Following Is. tho band program.
Overture "Comedy" : nel.i
Wnltz ".My Ijidy livo" Llddlo
Selection "Tho Valkjrlo" ..Wagner
Voeal Hawaiian nongs-ar. by Merger
Selui'tlon "Cunlluilu Riistlcinn". .
(ul "A Wnltz Drvain" (by ro-
(li) "Mexican Issos" Itobertn
March "Old Faithful" Ilolziuuu
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
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