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BVENINO nULLBTIM, HONOLULU. T. !t.. TUKSOAY, NOV. SI, 1J0.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Areh.
Lcl Aloha Chnpter No. 3
Hawaiian Second Dearec.
. I UKIMV
AH UsItltiR niemtiera of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
IIARMOHY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moet3 cvory Monday evening nt
7:30 lu I. O. O. V. Hall, Port Street.
12. It. HILXDHY. Secrotary.
HI2.V. V. V1CKEK3, N. 0.
All visiting brother!) vory cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrM nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fcrt nnd Ilcretanla. Visiting
brotlinrH cordially Invited to attend.
A. (5. I)i:i2RIN(,C.C,
JAS. V. WHITK, K.U.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. Or E.
Honolulu Lodso No. C1G, 11. P. O.
H.. will meet In their hull on King
near Tort Street cvory Friday gvn
InK. Uy order of the K II.:
11ENKY O. 12 ASTON,
WM. II. Mcl.N12RNY, 12. R.
Wra. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
floats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
eenlng at 7:30 o'clock !)(. of 1'.
llnli, cor. I'urt and Iieretnnla. Visit
Inr -luutlicis coutlally Invited to at
tend. W. I.. ntA7.l'2I2, C.C..
12. A. JACOUSON, K.ll.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Mor-t on tho 2nd nnd 4th .WED
NESDAY evcnlnsa of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of V. Uall. corner
Uerctunla nnd l'ort streets.
Visiting I2aglcs aro Invited to at
tend. A. L. I'RAZUE, V.. Prcst.
H. T. MOOR12, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mccto cery first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythlns Ilnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. R ARI.Kiail, Sachem.
A. 12. MURPHY, C. of H.
J. I. Silya's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
store at Eleeie.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now en the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold nt
LESS THAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
BOOT55 AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
with their new FRENCH
57 Brrctania St. Phone 1491.
The Best Whb'-v on the Marknt.
THOS. F. McTIC.ii: & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 753.
in a brand new seven-uater.
,JDl or 1-iSS and ask for
from us, besides
you save money.
I 13 7I0TEL ST.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
HEADS on GUMMED STICK
ERS. TAGS, and "NOT TO BE
OPENED TILL CHRISTMAS"
STICKERS give just the right
touch to XMAS PRESENTS.
HOLLY WRAPPING PA
PER and HOLLY GIFT BOX
ES are handsome and appro
priate. Wc" hftve a large as
sortment, Hawaiian News Co.,
INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
Sold Only by the
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
931 FORT ST.
CHINESE and JAPANESE
Our new stock of these fine
mattings just in from the
Orient is one of the most com
plete and handsome we have
had this year.
We have just opened them
up, and are offering them at
exceptionally low figures. See
them before they are gone.
Lewers & Coeke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REI3. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 280. 200, 1097,
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Island,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
If water rusts iron, what will it do
to a man's stomache? The
WILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE.
W You have not tried your hard
est unless you have let a B n 1 1 e t i n
want Ad. do the trying.
Ten good auto hacks. Phnnci 0.
No fancy price at the Now Knglau(
Bakery, Hotel 8t.
Thoroughbred hull terriers nre of
fered for Halo by A. R. Rowat.
Ladles' Ion Pronch kid glove In
whlto. black nnd Inn, $3.00 n pair at
Mr. and Mrs. Harold 0. MlllnKhnm
ymtcrday ncro made happy by the
arrival of a son.
Tnko your carrlasc or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
Henry May & Co.. tho leading croc
crs. will closo all day Thursday,
Judge Bdlnim returned today from
Kauai In tho Klnau. He left Ur Ha
waii In tho Mauna Kea this riW..
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
Oahu College Iibb sold a block of
land In CoIIcko Hills to the Mid-Pa-
clflc Institute for tho consideration of
A Christmas or wedding1 plctnro
framed by Ourroy & Co. will bo no
ticeable tor good taste and fine work
Commander Tan a a of tho interim
.Inpaneso Navy Is a returning yisscn-
er In tho HongkonR Maru, whlili at-
rived from San Francisco thu morn
ing. Bocrclary K. Ito, of tho Japanese
Consulate General, who was reported
to be returning .to Japan today li. thi
Hongkong Maru, will not go this time.
Ho will probably return to Japan next
Attorney Prosscr this morning died
tho answer of the Makco 8ugar Com
pany to tho suit brought by the Ter
ritory against Hoe Fat, tho company
being an Interpleader.
John Martin Is preparing tho
Thanksgiving program for Oahu pris
on. Ho v. Ill have numerous speeches,
songs, nnd tho proclamations of both
Governor Frear' and President Roose
velt will bo read.
There will bo a meeting of tho Cen
tral Improvement Committee on Fri
day, November 27, 1908, at 7:30 p. m.
at tho Promotion rooms. Tho subject
of tenement houses will bo taken up.
By order of the' President. C. !!.
Miss Martha Olscn, long connected
with tho Kaplolanl Maternity Homo,
as a nurse, was married this morning
in tho parlor of Central Union church
by Dr. Scudder, to Mr. Rangvald Chris-
tophersen of Honolulu. Tho newly
wedded couple left In the Mauna Kea
fpr a Jionoymoon trip on Hawaii.
t. w. siacrariano nas iwtmoneu 10
bo discharged as trustee under the
will of tho lato Adella Cornwall, aft
er filing his final accounts. Thu es
tate Is valued at $16,640.- Thrco
members of tho Frlsl family, who
wcro legatees under the will, were
cremated in the holocaust of tho Frlcl
residence In Nuuanu valley.
Thurlow'i Royal Annex for raeali.
Tho Peacock property on tho Wat
klkl sldo ot HIkIioii street, at the cor
ner of King, opposite tho Federal
building site, has been purchased b)
tho Hawaiian Telegraph and Tele
phono Company and on It will be lo
cated tho new building for the central
offices of tho automatic or Homo tele
phone system1 which Is to be Installed.
The funeral services -over tho ashes
of tho lato Mrs. F. A. Potter woro
held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock
nt tho resldonco of Mr. and Mrs. I.
A. Thurston. Dr. Doremus Scudder
of Central Union Church officiated. A
number of friends of tho family' wero
present. The urn containing tho ash
es will bo sent to tho home of the
deceased In St. Joseph, Michigan.
Thcreso Palalua has filed a sutl for
dlvorco from Mitchell Palalua on tho
grounds of cxtrcmo cruelty. Sho al
leges that ho struck her and bruised
lior to such nn extent that sho was
compelled to send for tho police, and,
on some occasions he struck her
about tho faco and eyes so cruelly
Hint sho could Bcarcoly see. Palalua
Is a lima at tho Diamond Head forti
fications. Lawyer Strauss Is present
ing" tho llbcllarit
Commander T. Tanaka and Lleuton
ant Kosuke Motohara of the Imperial
Jnpaneso Navy, who have been visit
ing In Europe nnd tho United States'
nro returning homo In tho Hongkong
Mnru, which arrived horo this morn
ing from San FranclJco. Tho officers,
whlto abroad, studied tho naval af
fairs ot tho countries In Kuropo and
of the United States. The ameers were
,nont out by tho Japanese Navy De
partment to mako a careful study of
riavaj construction and shipbuilding.
As soon ob tho Maru arrived this
morning', tho officers started out to
tako In Honolulu. Up to tho noon
hour, thoy had not called on 'Consul
General Uyeno. but It was oxocctod
that they would do ro beforo tho
stoamer leaves for the Orient.
Accompanying tho officers nro
Messrs. T. Yoshll. Kawashlma and
Ishlwata ot tho Engineering Depart
ment of tho Imperial Navy.
Dlyson: Rhymer Is quite a genius,
Isn't ho. Plunkot: Yes, indeed. His
wlfo now takes In washing to support
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
THE BEST "iTTTEBS" DT I0WV.
Points Out Britain's Danger
LONDON, l'2nglaiid, Nov 2.1 Lord Roberts, eommnndor-lu-rlilef of
tho Urltlsh Army, canned n sensation
him today In the House ot Common.
creation of a stronger army. He stated Hint with only the present de
fensive organization to depend on Great llrltaln (mild easily be invaded
by German troops.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 23. A
and many are Injured as a result of
towns In the northwestern part of Arknnsns.
CHINESE SOLDIERS MUTINY
NANKING, China, Nov. 23. Flvo
nied hero today. They were shelled
STUDENTS CLASH IN VIENNA
VIENNA. Austria. Nov. 23. One
jured today In) n dash between German nnd Itnllnn students,.
FEARS UNCLE SAM
MAY IMPORT LEPERS
Editor Evening Ilullotln:
In your Issue ot the 11th Inst., under
tho headlines "Mainland lepers can
not come here, Frisco paper publishes
sensational story," Mr. Charlock, sec
retary of the Roard of Health, Is quo
ted as having Btatcd that there was
no possibility of John Early, the nl
Icged leper, coming to Molokal, the
Federal Government has not tho
right to dump lepers here, besides,
the first Intimation that anyone whb
to be sent to tho Settlement from tho
mainland that the Hoard ot Health
received! was when the clipping was
Bhown this morning by n Hullo
1 1 n reporter."
Now let us look over the ground
nnd Bee If tho contention of tho Sec
retary of tho Hoard of Health Is true,
and what Is there to prevent tho
Federal Government through Its own
official channel, to send the said John
Early, the alleged leper, or other al
leged lepers from the mainland to the
leper settlement nn Molokal to llvo
on Its domain and within Its realm
without asking leave of the Territo
rial Hoard of Health, who Is n pigmy
ulongsldo of a Giant whose lien I 111
regulations is tho supremo authority.
Hy vlrtuo of a proclamation of the
Executive of tho Torrltory of Ha
waii, Undo Sam holds in his own
right, name, nnd tltlo one-half or
thereabouts of tho land with water
right of the loner settlement, bo called
the County of KilawK'o, and ho lias
taken from his trensure box $70,000
nnd expended It ,ln building mate
rials for erecting buildings which nre
now partly complcto on his land
holding. In three or four months
from now tho houses completed.
enulnncd. nnd ready for business. Un
do Sam will then turn It over to his
health officials to take chnrge nnd
the supervision thereof. This samo
good Undo without as much ns ask
Ing by your lenvc. gentlemen, can
send Nephew John Early, alleged toil
er, and other allogcd lepers to the
number of forty from the mnlnlnnd
to Molokal to take up their resldonco
on his domain and occupy the houses
that ho had built for them, to Iio
subjects for scientific study nnd ru
eclve the benefit of tho courses of
treatment for tho cure of their sick
ness. People of Hawaii, It's about tlmo
jou realize and see to your part jf
tho holding thnt It Is weeded and
kept clean and In a state of decern y,
and not let officials of the Hoard of
For aFew Days Only
Richardson & Robbins
In the (nurse of ii speech made by
In which he wns nilvocntlng the
score of persons werc-klllcil today
n tornndu, which wrecked several
hundred Chinese soldle-H muti
by the Chinese fcunliunli nnd lied.
hundred nnd fifty persons were in
HONGKONG MARU HAS
The Toyo Klsen Knlsha Hongkong
Maru tied up nt tho Immigration
wharf Just ns the ship's bell struck
eight bells this morning. The vessel
brought several days' mall for this
port and cnVrles a good-sized passen
ger list for tho Orient.
Tho Hongkong M.-iru struck bad
weather nil tho way across tho Pa
cific nnd made poor tlmo. Thu ship
was cxHetcd yesterday. Two days nf
ler leaving San Frnncsco, tho Hong
kong plowed through a fog so dense
that It wns necessary to steam nt re
ihicnil snecd. Stronc hiwiluliids and
heavy beam seas the rest of tho Jour-
ncy made It tmuostlblu to mako good,
Among other passengers on hoard
wcro. Hlshop and Mrs. l.ewl, who nro
making n lour of tho world, and Gen
eral .Mnnnger Oberg of tho Shanghai
Telephono Company. Tho Hongkong
Maru will sail nt G o'clock this even
ing for tho Orient
Marslon Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, has untitled Me-ar.
Gay & Uoliliisiiti that tho work done
on tho Wnline.i luealiwnter doe'i not
shelter the Walnie.i river, nnd thera-
fore Is not satisfactory. This means
that tho builders will have to comply
with tho plniis of tho Public World
Department, and tome considerable
wnrk have In ln done el Gay &
Itoliliison liiivo lint yet answered tho
letter of Mr. Campbell, so hn Is yet
unaware of what iirtlon they will
take. According to Campbell, tho
nmniint Involved Is about $100u.
SMT- BULLETIN ADS PAY -SflRl
8 tt t: a 8 a n n t: a :: n u
Health In routrol of tho County
throw dust In your eyes. See to It
thnt you are not fnolcd. '
Thanking sou, Xlr. Editor, for tho
We offer you
The right kind of Eye Aid the
kind that means best nnd easiest vision.
Regular 3e size, now 25c
Regular 60c size, now 40c
This brand is the finest in the market
and we guarantee every can
May & Co., Ltd.,
Grocers Phone 22
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Salola- Hulled Nn. 2r
M. 12. Clillrnlt. for Honolulu.
SAN l-'UANCISCO-Airlwd Nm 2:
llktne Inngard. hence Nov. 1.
SAN KUANC'ISCO- Arrived Nm. 22'
H, S. Mongolia, S u m., lienro Nov.
Selir. II. C Wright fuuii Maiiukuna
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov. 22:
11. S. China, honco Nov. 10.
COMING IN SPRING
Honolulu Is to bo visited b a Hrl'
Isli wnrshlp next sprlnK. Consul For
ester. Ills llrltannlc Majesty' repre
si'iitntho here, today lecelved official
... .i ., . II nn t, t
iiiioriiuiiiuu uiiu, nn rtprii .,, n .'i.
.. . . ,.. .. , i... , ..., ......
n. AiHeriiie i i iirmu rn-ie hum pi s
.....ii ..... n rr.. . I II I,
lllllll .iu.y .). lliu imeiiiiu nui ni.in'
.. . .. ...... i .,
t iiiiii in kiuuiii iiiiiliii-kii 'iiiJ ' i
Islt I2iiHtei', I'itcaiiu, Chrlstm.iH mil
Fanning Islands beforo urilWng here
Tho Algerlno will be tho first Ililt
ish warship In touch lit n Hawaiian
port In several years, At one time It
was tho custom for some mnnii'-wnr
(lying tho Union Jack to touch heie
every onr, but such has not been tho
caso for n long time. The nrrlval of
the Alguilno will bo made the occasion
for n considerable celebration In tho
local British colony.
TENYO MARU SAILS
The Tciijo Maru sailed this mom
lug. Bluntly after o'clock, for the
Pacific Coast. Tho Tctiyo took on
board u Inrge quantity of in-ill fiom
here, iih well as a ronridernlili
amount from thn llnngknntr Maru
Tho Tenyo Hilled as soon ns the lu.ttl
could bo transrerted until tho IIouk
(Continued from Pace 1)
whistle until such tlmo us nil dan
ger of the development of ginndcis
or Kindred disease be past.
Tho mules lire consigned to the
United Slates depot quartet umi'tci'
here As Mion as they are leleased
from quarantine, they will be tutiid
nvcr In him iiiul he, lu t it i n . will turn
them over to the Engineer officers.
The saddle hniscs, snildlcH, bridles,
nnd other equipment:!, have already
beun turned over nnd the eiiglueeiH
only need their mules lu order lo be
lendy Mr work.
Washington has alieady been ad
vised thnt the engineer mmpanv is
In ioihHiicsh for wurl., nnd the inm
mnudlng officer Ik only awaiting (be
iceelpt nf a cable before laying out
Ills plans. The rniupany Is, at pres
ent, in (ninuiand of u II rat lieuten
ant, Cupliilu Otwell, the nominal
commander, being on sick leave.
It Is thought probable by Major
Wlnslnw, thn ITnlted States Englneer
lu ihaige nf the work here, that the
compare will be put to vvnik making
Hiirvcyn nf the Island, that being thn
most Important wink now fining tho
The task of making Miiiiiillngs In
esccrfaln tho character of thu fiiun
dntlntiH upon which tho guns at Pearl
Harbor anil Honolulu will lest, Is
now under way. 1'puu the eli.uneter
of thn foundation will depend. In a
great extent , the amount nf lahnr
tliat will be reunited to mako icndy
fnr tho guns and tho insult of the ex
periments Is n matter of thn grave -t
Importance In Hie engineer ultlrers.
TiicmIii. Nov. 21.
T. K. S. 8- Hongkong Maru, from
S.ui rninrlMti. ! u m.
Stmr. KIiijii, Gregory, fioin Ivaiial,
n. in. .
,Moml:iy, Nov. 23.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, for Kup.in and
Kuiial polls, 5 i. in.
' Stmr. M.iiini I.oa. Slim-mini, Inr
Konu and K.in pmN. 12 nociii.
Stmr. Mauna Kea. I'leeiiuili, for Ki
lo nnd a porta. 12 noon.
Stun. V. (1. Hall. Thompson, ror
K-iii 'I. .1 p m.
Stmr Mlknliala, Tullett. for Moli.
k.ii, J p. m. '
- ,, , -
w slmr. Mniinii K',i I rvi'lirill, fin
.... . , i m- i
1111,1 NflV .21. 1" III. H. 12. Ull'IIS, I . .1
i - - - -- r r-.,l...n l II
i"lnitii!iH mill wife. .1. C. ColH'il. I. w.
I.ufkln mid wife V P. Morse ami who.
(1. I. Rush. M. T. Lyiitii. Mrs. (. K.
Nolle) and servant. It. T. Clirlstophrr
son and vvlte, W. A. Klnuo). It. A.
Kearns, JiKhe Edlnos. .1. W. ltntli.
wife and son, I.lzle Perkins, P. I).
Kniidsen, A. Illchloy, 12. 12. Miillln.
Mrs. II. W. Ilnlton. Mnter llmigfi.
Master .lobimnu, M. Gillili.ium. I.-
Grlnbaum. .1. A. Hutchinson and wire.
J. .1. Page, Father Otto. Father Paul,
rather I'.iirlrk Father Eilvv.ml, .1. 11.
Anderson, dipt linker. Lieut Siimnor.
Per stmr. Mauna l.n.i. for Koin,
Nov 21. 12 111 I'.itber t'elestlne.
Father (lar.ird, rather f'lunles. Y Van
King S. Ako, wife mil sou Mrs. .las.
Hoimhtulllnir. T ('. Mills Gen. Hole
citron. A. L. lliccnwill, F. 11. Mc
FtoeUer. . , -t.
j PASSENGERS ARRIVCD
' Per T. K. K H. S. Ilonij Kong Mini
fiom San Ki.inclscn, Nov 21 Kur
Yokohama: Mrs. .Inines II It.ill.itjti.
Miss .Minnie Gardn -r, JINi .Man- II.
Giimths. Miss Can In A. Ileito.i. T.
Iirig.iwa, M. IsMvvnt i. S K.iw islihn.i.
Mrs. King. .Mis .Marks. Lieut Knstrte
Mntilhar.i, .Miss II. Ralitnn. .1 (' Kh.iw .
('oiiiiii.inder F. Tanaka, T. Yoshll For
Shanghai: Mlrs J. V. Ankeii. Mn
II. W. Ilooiie, Miss l'rnueeB limine
Miss I'lorn 12. Cnrneross. .Miss L.mri
Frarnv. S. IVHseudnii, Mirs Kdllh I.
I'ond'i. Miss Lulu noliseh. Miss M I
l-iqiiil. (lust.if 3 (Hits, W (I'll ii .
Miss A. W. Tiik-iv. b'nr Unit.' Hen
lelto.v II HadRcr, Miss A. Ilun,'.
Edward l'arpeiilelei Will L. Dim
Mis. Will L. Doinl. Guy Drake. Ilaii
II. (lantz. ('. I). Giioch, Dr. W. S. I
Is. Mrs. W. S. Lewis, (2 .1 Mllllimi
Roy Muddle. Fled. II. Noble, 1) 'I
Niueii, Pnn lid M. Slnvv,.llt, (!. 11
Weittli-'isbee. - y
Per stmr Klui'i, linger- fr-in
Kuii'il, Nov. 21 W. 'riionipsou F. II.
Dili eh, ('. 12 King It. .1 I'.uMil). Mrs.
() II. PnniloiMiu. A. V Piiters. Mi.i.
A. II. Lludhiiy mill ehlldinn. I'. ,M
Swaimy. .Iii'lKi- IMIiiss. T. It Rubin
win Mrs ('.(!. Itorrgud. .1. Le.il. Ch.i-!.
Ill.ike. wife and iblllr-n I! A. .Lu
unr. .1. D While F. Crwrnr. Mars
tern Campbell. .1. W. Piatt Mr-.. S. K.
Kaeo ami ions, Mrs. M. l'alleni, Mi.i.
Per M N S. S. Ililnulin U S.UI
Fr.ilielno, Dee. I -W Knit. Iteu'eaii',
L. K. Al unlit. .Mrn l.nev I'.erbeil ..Mr.
niul Mrs H. M. Coolie' an I four eliil.
dlell. ('. lii-rllnenr. S. Tnplllz. M. I..
Totter, Jim. A. II. Itobeilson Hneni.
nas mid ililld; i: W. Ad'iuiB, Mm. Jl.
J. Lindsay, MIkh Mnnioe
Per Htmr. Mlk.ilnU. Tnllilt fur Mo
Inkal, Nov. 21. .pi p. in. Hi. Ilnllinni
aiul wlfo, I'ntlier Liueihoii, I'.itln r
Pi- hlmr. W. (! Hull. rr K-iiil,
Nov. 21 .", p in. Mm M. Ii.iiK,. (Me ,'
('bill mil .lfn nnd fi-i.lj Taihir lul
len. Per llnua'dui" Mnru iluinr. for
Japan ,', p. in., Nn: ;i J. Hoy.I. I),
V Iloyd, K Inukaml, .limiea Mr'irrs
or. VATCRFRONT NOTES
Till: KIXAll anlied .il lo, .V
1 1 "ill Kan il, on . i i.h, nil ' In r n ':
lllitr I'l. e I lei In l-Uil eon Ul, I , f
21 ntll'l , wliii- eai"l:n, 27 e ixoh hi-.
lillirn)., ,S bairelH iiiIii;i-h ,iud T.'i p n 1:
IiKei K'l-n'ilen. Piii-nr llmi- iipoiii
lli.it Mi- le.ituer Ittal-inl iMln.il
I'ui frnlKlil tit Mnleiwell
Tin: sti:ami:ii w r,. iinii. vi,iei,
riiiln al T. n'cloi-li t Ii Im iirtniiiimu rnr
Kniiil, will take nliiabln e-uci rnr
llln (linden ImI.iuiI pi-ople. Anion;; lm
onrwi will be Boods rnr Tlinnk-Hltlu-
Tlir: I.INIMI lllli-nlin r Hie M.il
ton NiivIk itlon Compiin min
e.irlv lomoriow ninrnliii; fnmi Sm
I'Mllclft-n. She will biln h ,, , ;
I mis and general i-jiko.
Till: STHAMi:ilS llmnn k,.,,
Miiiiiui I.oa s.illml in noon toi f.)r
tlielr lespertlm poilH of r- ill ' The
Cm mm- went tn liiio while tin- l iter
beaded for the ICoimi,.
Till: IIONHKONfl JlAllI anlu 1
lod'i fioni Kau Ti iiielsrn mnl nil) le
mime lie f Hip tli nfteiiioon lo. Or
Till; TENYO MAUL' of tin- Tumi
Mhttll KhIhIiii line ,.ft at 11-30 o'elotk
tbli. mniului; lor Sen KrancNio
TIIK .MIK'MIl, will i,.v ',u nf
lernoon m t-Ic for Mnloknl Maul
and l.an.il ,.Mts
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
, Mo'or. S175. Complete.
'Jir rHARLKS D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
K1113 St. opiiosite South St.
C. H. BEHN
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