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EVENING IIULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY, NOV. 9. 1908.
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Hawaiian Firtt Degree.
Leahl Chapter No. 2- Opeclal.
Honolulu Cotnin.indcry Ren;.
idar. 5 p r.i.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of the
Order nre coidlally Invited to
nticiil meetings of local lodges
UAttMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Stroot.
i:,Il. UENUtlV. Secretary.
IIF.N. 1'. VICKEHS, N. 0.
All l3ltlnj; brother eiy cordially
OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meots every first and third Frl-
day evening nt 7 30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner 1'crt and lloretunln. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
. O. DEEUINO, C.C.,
jas. v. wiirri:, k.ils.
HONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodro No. CIO, B. P. O.
P. will meet In their hall on Kins
near Kort Street every Friday even
lng. Ily order of the E. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
VM. H. JIclNERNY, E. II.
Win. STK1NIEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
lleeta every 2nd and ItU Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ileretnnla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. WVL. ritAZEE, C.C..
E. A. JACODSON, K.R.9.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tlio 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clocli In IC. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanln nnd 1'ort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to nt1
W. L. FUAZEC, Vv, Prest.
II T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet, every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
t'ytlili Mull. Visiting brothers cor
Jlnllv Invited to nttrnd.
A D. ARLEIOIt, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
'Three New Models J
Now iu Stock
Wc will oe pleased to place one on
trial in jour office or store.
Call or rinfr us up.
OFFICESUPPLY CO., Ltd.
931 Fort St. Tel. 143
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. TORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK'
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
CM lirrctania St.
T1I0S. F. MoTIfJHE & CO.. AQENT3.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOS 755.
in an automobile is just the thrng.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
Jjtjp DULLETIN ADS PAY -qgjj
I li f R
! Bird I
1 Foods I
that satisfy both
bird nnd buyer.
We have w 'i a t
birds like Man
na, lllrd Mill,
Klrd teed, and
Illid tunics, 1 ejo
arc fniui the I'hll
ndelidiln II I r d
Pood Co, nnd nre
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort St.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
store at Eleuie.
To make room for a, consignment
of goods nor on the way.
A Great Rednotion
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be soM at
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR Q00DS,
BOOT" AND SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fanoy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
nre 10 or 15 per oent. cheaper,
but they last just 50 per cent,
as long a3
W. P. FULLER & C0.'3
And their cheapness shows
from the first day, and mo: a
and more every day.
Our Paint is superior in
quality to any other; we
guarantee it to give perfect
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call tip at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 200, 00, .1087, ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
If vnti tiv a Dm! wont ft 8 l 1
let'in Want Ad. will fill it."
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Ten good unto-bucks. Phono C.
Call nt the Woman's Exchangu for
Call on Charlie, at the Oriliouni Sa
loon, for n pointer.
(let your lunch nt the, New England
Unkory, Hotel strecL
An unfurnished cottngo nt the beach
Is wanted. Sec nd, this Issue.
Hi-o Chong, a well known Chinese
of Knual, camo down In tho Hall.
H. If. Wells nnd D. K. Knhnulello
nrrlved from Jlaul yesterday morning.
J. P. Cooke and Jack McVeigh wcro
among the arrivals yesterday In tho
Take your carriage or automobllt
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up io-dato repairs.
The illrectors of tho Merchants' As
roclutlon will hold a meeting next
On Installments of S3 per month you
can purchase a White Vamlly Rotary
sowing machine Denny & Co.. Ltd.,
agents; 12G6 Fort St. Phone 488.
Mrs. Koarns will hnvo delicious
homemade mlncemoat for thnnksglv
Ing oirsnle nt all tho leading grocery
houses. Just as cheaji and twice as
nice as the Imported article.
Tho Ewn-bound train, which left
hero last Saturday night, was delayed
three hours, owing to an open switch
In tho ard limits. Tho onglno ran
off tho track, causing the delay.
Meala served at all hours at the
New England llakery. Hotel street'
Tho Ilooulii nnd lloola Lahul So
ciety will hold Its regular monthly
meeting Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock nt the Kaplolant Maternity
Homo. All members are iciUcstcd to
Reis & Quinn are now located at
the Young- Hotel Anto Stand Phone
199 Short rum 50c and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
hopping and calling-.
Oat k Mossmnn nro now established
In their stationery' store at 76 Mer
chant Btreet, near the postofflcc, with
n fine largo stock of tho latest sta
tionery and periodicals. Drop in and
too them. ,
The Scholl Trl-Sprlng Arch Support
will afford Immediate relief from nnd
permanently euro flat foot, weak ank
les, weak and broken arches. Price
$2 and $3 at the Mclncrny Shoe Ctore.
Kort above King.
Tho annual Thanksgiving salo of
table linens, napkins, and table cloths
at tho N. 'S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. be
gan this morning with n big crowd of
shoppers to take advantage of tho ex
ceptional values offered.
Among the passengers who will ar
rive In the China will be Mrs. E. S,
Cimha and Misses Muriel and Deatrlco
Campbell, the two latter being the
daughters of tho late Mrs. Campbell-
ramer, wno were at school In Cali
fornia at the time of their mother'?
DRAWS A CROWD
Japanese baseball teams playod at.
rvapioiam parK ycsicruay arternoon.
Official bcoro as follows:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Nuiianu ..0 10210010 0 Q 5
llanzal ...0 01101200 0 4 !)
Tho Nmtanu team consists of tho
Japanese living on Nuuanti street, and
tho Dauznt team consists of the em
ployees or the Hawaii Shlnpo. Tho.
crowd present was large and enthus
Tho Hawnllnn iimul will rlvn a nnn-
cert this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Emma Square In -honor of King Ed
ward VIl'8 birthday. The program
Orand March King Edward.. Kappey
uvvruire naiui nay Suppe
Tho English Patrol Tobani
i-icviiun resuvai Hume
Vpcnl Hawaiian Soug8..jir. by Bcrgor
Selection The Royal Review ...s
Waltz Sounds from Homo
Mnalo Old Acquaintance ....Uddcll
"God Save tho King."
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
THE KAM BASEBALL
SEASON IS ENDED
On last Saturday, afternoon the de
ciding game of baseball between the
"tricolor" teams of the.Kamchnmeha
Schools .was played on the campus,
the Red nnd the White teams being
competitors. There wns considerable
Interest manifested by the teachers
nnd pupils over the phases of tho
gumo and excitement at times ran
high when fortunes favored either
The Reds, although represented by
a poor team, fought well and were
leading up to the fifth Inning. In
this inning Kaapana of the Whites
got in n three-bagger which brought
In tho winning run, neither Ride scor
tng In the concluding Innings.
Captain Murray of tho .Whites
A Most bcell.Mt AMortaMt f
W. W. Allans Co.,
13 S. KING ST; PH0HE KB,
THE BEST "FITTESS" W TOWN.
;WANT TO GREET FLEET
4: I iJ-: I
MANILA, P. I., Nov. 8. The Merchants' Association of .this city has
issued a statement thnt the city Is now
The citizens nre anxious to carry
reeeptlon-ot the Atlantic fleet and the
GREAT SARD0U DEAD
PARIS, France, Nov.
Wright, died here today.
Snrdou, who has figured conspicuously In the dramatic world for
nearly half a century, was seventy-seven jenrs old In September last, al
though It Is only five years ngu that he produced ills great drama "Ro
bespierre," declared by many to be his
that his "Dante" wns brought out In
almost half a century this Fiencli genius had been writing pla)n, nnd, nl-
though'tie turned them out by thcKcorc, few have been failure.
DENVER, Colo., Nov. 8. The
hold Its annual convention here, the
There Is considerable opposition among the assembled delegates ng.ilnst
the reelection of Samuel Oonipers ,as president of the Federation owing
to his active work In the Ilrynn Interest In the recent Presidential campaign.
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 8. The visiting delegates of the riinmbcis of
Commerce of tho Pacific Coast States have parsed n ici.nlutlun respect
ing the friendship of the Japanese for America, and calling tipiiu tho
American people to lay nsldc their suspicious of Japanese designs ugulnst
America or American possessions.
TAFT REMEMBERS OLD LOVE
HOT SPR1NOS, Vn Nov. 7.
Taft said that one of the chief pleasures he should find in the Presi
dency would be to aid the development and Increase the happiness of tho
m i i ,
GOODWIN MARRIES AGAIN
HOSTON, Mass., Nov. 8. Nat Goodwin, the actor, who lias only re-1
ccntly been divorced from his wile, Mnxlno Elliott, was married tixl'iy
to Miss May Coodwln, the well-known actress.
INDIANAPOLIS, Intl., Nov. 8.
nominee for Vice President, is a candidate for election by the Indiana
Legislature to the United States Senate.
TRIED TO KILL GOVERNOR
CALCUTTA, India, Nov. 8. A native made an attempt today to s-
Bassinato the Governor of Bengal.
Governor Is uninjured.
KED7ER WANTS T0PA
CINCINNATI. Ohio, Nov. 7. Ex-Speaker Kelfer Is n candidate to
succeed Foraker In the United States Senate.
DEVENPORT, Eng., Nov. 7. The great battleship Colllngwnod, nn
Improved Dreadnought, has been launched.
TAFT TAKING REST
HOT SPRINGS, W. Va., Nov. 8. President-elect Tuft Is here rest
ing ufter the exertions of tho campaign.
, - m i m
DATE FOR DIET OPENING
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 8. -The Japanese Diet lias been called to open
on December 22.
m i i ,
TREATY IS REVOKED
WILLEMSTAD, D. W. I., Nov. 7. Holland has revoked the treaty of
1894 with Venezuela.
CHINESE EMPEROR ILL
PEKING. Chlua, Nov. 7. The
feels highly elated over his team win
ning tho school championship. Tho
members of the trl-color teams will,
In the near future, bo entertained,
in hlB usual hospitable manner, by
President Home, victors and van
quished alike being his pro tern,
'Following Is the score of the last
1 2 3 1 S C 7
Reds 2 0 1 0 1 o 0-,4
Wliltog 0 10 2 2 0 r.
Umplro George Kinney,
8tandlng of the Teams.
P. W. L.
Reds 7 4 3
Ulnes 0 a 4
Whites 7 B 2
COULD CH80SE JAIL
OR INSANE ASYLUM
Given the choice of spending his
lime In the Insane Asylum or in tho
police sta'tloh lock-up, T, Mllnor Har
rison, the attorney who was arrested
tome days ago on charges of mall
clous Injury and of using threaten
ing language In connection with 'i
lively little affair at Kulihl, this
morning chose the Asylum us the
pleasunter place of the two. He is
now sojourning In Dr. Peterson's ho
tel, awaiting the hearing of his
cases, which have been Bet for trial
After Harrison had been chnrgol
in the Police Court, he was released
en bail amounting to $G00 In the
cases, tho money being rurnlshcd by
two friends. It appears, however,
that he 'was Inclined to continue, on
practically freo from cholern.
out their nrrnnged plans for tho
entertainment of the officers nnd
Snrdoti, the grunt Trench play-
masterpiece, while shortly before
London by Sir Henry Irving. Knr
American federation of Labor will
first session to be held tomorrow.
In im Interview today President-elect
John V. Kern, who was Democratic
The attempt was u failuie, nnd the
Emperor of China is III.
his Eomewhat meteoric career, nnd
ufter u couple of days his bondsmen
surrendered him to tile police Har
rison was at the station again for .1
shoit time, when the Sheriff consent-,
ed to place him in the cubtody of
other friends. Last Saturday I lieu
friends brought poor Harrison back
to Die station. The uiifoitunnte at
torney was placed under Dr. Emer
bon's Jurisdiction for it while, and is
n result he was taken to the lusaiia
Asylum for observation.
This morning. It appears, the Asy
lum authorities declined to hold Har
rison any longer without any com
mittment, mid It was agreed that un
less he would consent to stuy wil
lingly, he could not legally be hold
ut that Institution. It was thon that
the pleasant dilemma wus presented
to tho lawyer, whether he would
stay r,lurt.irlly at tho Asylum mull
his cube.) came up tomorrow, or whe
ther Jio would go to the police hlu
tlun lock-u.i; and Harrison chose the
it Is understood Hint some of llur
rlkou's friends have communicated
With his relatives Iu Canada with u
view of raising funds to penult ills
Joining his family.
"For Sals" cards at Bulletin.
to neglect one's .Eyes, but it is also
HUIN0US. Don't do it.
7 - '1 - '.Ii,3M
IN FOREIQN POIU8
Saturday, Nov. 7, 1008.
VICTORIA Hailed Nov. 7.
Aorangl, for Honolulu.
a.N FRANCISCO -Sailed Nov. 7:
S. S, Alameda for Honolulu, 1p.m.
IN WYNNE TRIAL
Rawlins Talked To Jury
All Morning And
Deputy United HtntcH' Atloui.-y!
Rawlins completed u masterly uigu
infill to the Jury In the W'jnnc lilnl
shoitly befme nuu:i today, mid At
torney Frank Thompson, who Is ion
ducting thn defense, Immediately be
gun his iiigumeiil. Mr. Itiilvllns, In
his argument, dues mi uiilbhUhK. Ilu
eainu In tho point at oiiie, luvlnwllig I
all the evidence, nnd slating Hint If
the Jurymen weio convinced that I lie
mini wns guilty, n he himself wns
comliieed, ho wanted n ciill":t of
Frank Thompson began what w'll
undoubtedly be u gieat plea for clem
ency for tho man hes Is ilefeiiilliu;.
Tho.iipuui .s a finished hwjcr nnd
his nppcil will probably Im finished
late this urivriiouil, nnd the July
w'll) Immediately I'e locked up
'!DAtNCE A SUCCESS
Thei'AlajilOaiiii' AJb(itiu diiiicewit
K. ofM'.' hall' last1 Suttivil.i was u
great niceess. The Royal lliiw.ill'in
band plajed between 7 mid Xo'eloek.
The ifalico bug.in ul H o'clock nnd
was 'hi 'well' attended that tho Hour,
was hardly Inrgv enough to hold die
In u fow ie m irks Ho Tiiiig, lb1
tloor liKiiiiuer, Introiliieed .lack Atklu
r.on nn the speaker of the owning.
Atklnson'i: speech was one of the
glt-aleht hits of the owning. Ho lire
willed the championship cup of the'
Atkliihon league to tho Ala Moairis
To the following committee Is large
ly duo the eii'dll Tor the sueress of the
daneo: .1. P. Mcndlol.i. C. 11. Mnka
mil. F. K. Coekett, l P. Kohapea and
I). K. Tinsk.
MAY BE ORGANIZED
(Continued from Pase 1)
or, watched the nllegcd smugglers the
greater part of S.itui il.iy afternoon,
nnd when he was hittlsllcd that they
had returned fiom tile Asia, he plac
ed them miller uncut. A pait of the
time he W'utihcd them with u ,la:s
from u vuiitage point on the Oceanic
A jouiig Poilugucjo lad told tlil.i
morning how he had been asked In
warn Rodiigues that n man In a
grny suit (Young) wan watching
him. Young caught the lad signal
ling to tho men In the boat, where
upon he took thum nil Iu charge.
Kllva denies having anything to
do with, the demijohn, but saja that
Itodrlgues showed him IU cents iu
Chinese money when lie was talking
with him ut tho lutcr-lsl.iuil wlurif
after the two of them hud left tho
Asia. It Is hcllowd by thu officials
that tho liquor has been Mild to Chi
nese dealeis. It Is biipposed to luiMi
modlclnal qualities. The duly on
lliiuor of this kind Is Fomrthliig over
$2 per gallon. Tho penalty for smug
gllug Is not exceeding $i0tn line mid
not exceeding two yeais In prison, or
BIRTHDAY OF KINO
(Continued from Fare 1)
Cation, A. A. Kbeisolp,- C. W. Case
Deerlng, .1. A. Rath, Doieiiius Scuilder,
Alexander Do Fries. F. W. Ilinrlon, .1.
(1, Spencer. It. C. Clegluun. dpi C.
P. Rees. U. "H. N F. A. Sehueror, S
M. Damon, Lieut. Cmndr. Slaufoi'd C.
Miisvh, II. H N V. F. Frwir, CoiimiI
Menant, Dr. MuiT.iy. M. Swnnzy, Roht,
Hall, Sheriff liuikea, Ylisgn Jaroben,
dipt, i:loii, dipt. II. S A.. Fupt. .1.
K. Piirwin, 2ith Inf., II. K A.. IM.
Allliltuge, II. Winter, T ,1 Hnr'bon
.1. M. Mimsiirrat .1. (1. Waller. .1 m.
Deiifham, W. ('. P.irke. tho Illuhop of
Honolulu, .1. Atkins Wight. Rev M.
If. Illlss. F II. Iluiiiphiis, K. It. lien
dry, John .Inekson, H, 1), Canav.irio,
II. P. M. Consul Ceneml. MmimIoii
Cunipbell, Noil llerrr. ('. II. Kluegel
It. S. liiikiiier. Dp. Holfiiun, J. M.
Maeklnon I), W. Audemin, (leiuld II.
Iliiitiui, Jas, L C'ohmii. .1. II. Miic
kenzle. N. A. (Iialiam, W. F. Dllllim
hum, John .Mason Young, C. O, L. Ath
ci ton, (Jen, OtbiuiiH, (leo llust inl,
Fred Lamb, W, Weodon W. (I. Smith,
A. C. James, II. F. Dillingham, c.ipt.
Iloiger and Il.iwnll.iii baud, Hldiiej
A llioiisand inulbeirv tiees have
lwn planted nt Seville. Spain. In an
ttempl iu lovho tho silk Industry for
which tlio city was unco fiimoiist.
Bulletin Business Office Plmn. OKn
Eulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
- 2 - - - l3i - yy'lBillQEjJiJS,i
HumUi. NiiwiijImt S.
Stmr. Mlknhala, Phillips, finm M"
lokul ami Maul ports, rti7 u. m.
Slnir. W. (I. Hall, Thompson, fmm
kminl porta, u. In.
Stun". Iwnlnnl, Self, for Mnhukmii,
llonnkaii nnd Kukullj.iulo, C p. in.
Sihlr Noeim, for Kuuil .polls, '
p in. ' '
J SAILING TOMORROW (
mini M.iium Kim, Freeman, fur lllln
.tnl way ports, 12 noon.
Stun Itlik.ihnl.t. Phillips, fur Mala
k.il nnd Maul ports, r, p. m.
Slmr W I!. Hall. Thuiiiptnii, for
F'ui il ii'irlH, r, p in.
'" DUE TOMORROW "'
I1 S. A. T. Cni.ik, finm NngiisnKl'.
Slmr, Mhiili.t Loa, SlnieiKHl. fnuu
Rnii'.i anil Kan polls, n m.
(' A S. H. Moi'iia, r-otn (he Oil
iiiiIoh. Hlmr. I.'lnaii. Ciegory. from M.ika-
well, n in
, DUE THURSDAY
li. S. A. T. Sheridan, r i
Per Mmr. Mkahala. Phillips) rnuu
Miduk il and Maul imrls. Nov. s
("has, (lay. W. F. Mo" .num. n K Kn
linillellii. ('.. Clbb. II M. Welh. .1 !,
Vicaiup. Mrs. Hacinil ,MI-h M. II liar-l.-gl
.1 I Conke .1 II Mrilh. .1 II.
MrKeimc, Mm. K Shin
Per stnir. W. U llnll, Tlmiiii on,
finm K'UI il porl . Nu S It (! Ileil
d'lKOII. S. P. KniM. P Isu i N' S.iim,
Hw (Mkiiik !i". for, L. Weliln r .1
It Mteis. nnd 2; ibck.
Per Hlmr. Mnuun K'i I'lt'enilil.
Nov. 111. 12 1H--MIH. II (' Cnleni.iii.
)' II P J ml I. A. I". .In Id S Top
lllz. W N. liellliiger II. P ll.iblwln
and vire. Mm. ('. Hiisiddi n. A. W.
('niter nnd fijinlly, Mis. C. A. Iliichan
an mid mild. .Mrs. ('. Hubs, J Hi-.'js
1 1 1 'Tit. Miss Mmirne. II, II. Moses tin I
wife. Mm. .1. M. Halo.
Per S. S. China, Filel. for the Or
ient, Nov. 11 -Mrs. John .lactsiu.
Rev. L W. Thv.liiK and fumlly.
Per htmr. W. (I. Hull. Thuiiinsoii. fur
Kuil.il. Nov. 10, r, p. in-F. II. Ilineh,
Paul IbPiiherg, J. Illlih.
Per Htmr. Mlkahala, Tullelt. for .Mo
IiiIiiiI. Nov. Il), r, i. in.- F. W. Pi'iho.
F I.. (Ilby-m.
j HONOLULU WEATHER f
Miniilay, Nov. !.
Temi ernllirer 1 li in., I'S; K n m .
I; ID n. m., "It; noon, TO; moriiing
(kilometer, S a. in.. 21i !)."; nbsolule
hiinilillly, s a. in., f, T.'ll r.niliiH per
cubic fool; lelatlM- hii'iildlt) S a in.,
dl per rent: dew pidnl S n m . Oil
Wind II ii in. vilnellv P.. dlie.-llnu
.V. K ; . a in., velocity (i. direction N.
i:.: Ill u 111, velocity !), dlieellon :i.
W: noon, velocity S. dlieeli m S
Rainfall during 21 horn unlej ,'i a.
.ii . .IM) Inch
Tolil wind movci.i ui (I11..111; 21
houiH en led ut lini n, "li miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Uuroax,
SOMETHING DIG FOR
THIS WEEK END.
Theio will be a great cnm-ori llili
Saliirilny nt thn Hawaiian Opera IIoih
given In aid of tho Kalllil-Moanalii i
chip eh. The pumh'iM nf the progr.ini
au vailed mid of imiisiial lmiMl
Among the parllelpauls will iiii m
eight glie clubs from dllTerent paiii
of the Islaiiila. A feeling of ki en ,n
airy Is piedomliuiit niinng Iheiii. m
to who will nbt'iln the highest lion
ors, nnd who will pans Hie eiliU'lsuin
or Millie proiulneiit iimsli I iiih espi c
hilly Invited for t lint purpoM!. 'I he Hid
Dlwl Soclelj, llm l-ifgest lliiwan.iii
benevolent orguiilxnlliiii of this coin-
1 1 il 1 1 1 1 . Ins twelve of lis l,i!,,ii I
ringers. In n pluuus finmn..' .
snug by Iheiii In ono id (heir ono its.
Tho Ming l.s wi airanged thai i . . ,)
Klnger icpiiLieuts an Island id tlil.i
group, and will ml and i.lng aeeoi i.u,
lii lis habits nnd customs .is U- a-,
tradition has It. This number in In
deed n lirillliinl fen turn of this b n. Ill
concert. Ileddes tlieko, there Is )'i ,r.
Hiliesl Kaal. of min-jcil f.inio In II i-
vviill nel, vvllh so thing now ninn-ig
his laleim-,1 Htilileuta In i ntertaln all
Mr. Ilmry Clark, peih.ips Hawaii
only li.irltone, will also nipciir, uud
H'Vcial olheiH ol upnl pniiiiluuiei).
Tlcket.s (it II. e ellmvlrnm Music Co,
and at piieen to suit nil.
The Great California Phsychlc Reader
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fuliiie mid present. Answers willtui
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Sea Wrens, $100
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