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EVENING BtUiLETIN, .HONOLULU, T. If., miDAY, FED. 2C, 1000.
All visiting member! of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodce
UAKitOiiY. LODUE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Mouday evening at
J:30 In 1. 0. O. F Hall, Tort Street.
K. It. HEND11Y, Secretary
T. 1). WICKU, N 0.
All vUttiug brothers vory cordially
0AHU L0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ilerctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
V. R. NTQENT, C. C.
It UOSMNO, K. It. S.
f- HONOLULU LODGEJJlfl, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 81, 1). F. O.
E., will meet In tbelr hall on Klni
uesr Fort Street every Friday even
ing. lly order of the E. It.:
HKNUY C. EA3TON.
WM. II. McINERNY, E. It.
Wm. M'KINLSY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot f.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanla, Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. T. M. McdREW. C. O.
E. A. JACOIJSEN, K. It. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:35 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, corner
Uerotanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE. Becy.
r HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meeu every first nnd third Thurs-
dajs of each month at Knights ot
Pjthlus Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
llally Invited to attend.
OKO. SANDERSON, Snchem.
E. V. TODD, C of It.
The best assortment ever
sliown in the city. STILES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Comer Kinc and Fort Streets.
Purest flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
' CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
ASSESSUJCNT NO. 0
In the Harrison Mutual Ilenevoleot
Association due Doc. IS, 1903, de
linquent Jan. IS, 1909. All assess
ments aro payable at the Secretary's
ofTlce, Kaplolanl Uulldlug. King and
Ilhuilt hooks of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Iliilletlu
I THERMO- I
I METER I
in the house is al
most a necessity!
We have a largo
from that used ia
the sick room to
the site for record
ing- daily temper
ature out o' doors.
SMITH ft CO.
FORT and HOTEL A
CONGRESS CARDS are su
perior to all othen. They
are made right, and so never
get old and frayed and flimsy
before their time.
We have a large, fine as
sortment of them.
Alexander Yonnr Building.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee coet with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL 8TREBI,
At a Discount
I are juri as easy vo gci aa guou juo
of painting at a cheap price. When
1 uo wura 1 uu it ukh u oucsp.
1 1 Elite Rui'c
SHARP SIONS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BODTON BLDO., PORT ST.
POR WR VALENTINE
THE FLORUPT, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
Telephone 339. ' k
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Honn.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERLIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered io office and
residence, RING UP 597,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St M. P.. pE SA
185 editorial rooms 25G bu'
ness otflct. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
LOCAL AND ENERlL "
Strangers in Honolulu find what
thty want giltMy wHen (hey'ttse.
BttlUtinSWan Ad. ?
Have lunch at the Royal Annex,
Hat; yoii' cleaned your tldtwalk
this rnornufgt"' If not, why notV "
A Waterman fountain pen Is ad
vertised, as lost. See ad. this Issue.
"Mr, nnd Mrs. II, 8 Crime were
among the arrivals this mommi; In tho
(l.'ll. Paris, n knmaalno, rotunicj
today frcm tho molnlarid. Ho arrived
In Hie Alameda.
A grand clearance sale of ladles;
musllif underwear begins at Mom's
riext 'Monday' nlornlng. .
Mrs. 15. 8. Washburn, head of tho
Order of the Eastern 8tnr, was an ar
rival In the Alamoda today.
Some new styles In Panama hats for
sale at Expert Hat Cleaners.' Korf St ,
opp. Club Stablos. Hats ctcflncd.
Elder S. E. Woolley, head of tho
local Mormon settlement, returned to
day from his business trip io Salt l.uko
Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Ucrgen and child
ot tljv Wolklkl Inn, returned In the
Alameda froth Sari Francisco this
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You wilt be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. kgents. ' '
F M, King, who has been engineer
of tho steamer Maul of thu Inter-Island
fleet, returned from San Francisco this
On Wednesday nt Eleelo a Japan
ese laborer accidentally drowned be
fore holp could rescue him. Harden
President Joseph F Smith of the
Mormon settlement at Salt Lake city,
accompanied by Mrs. Smith and daugh
ters, arrived today.
On Installments of i per month you
can purehaM a While Family Rotary
sewing machine.' Denny & Co., Ltd.,
scents, llll Port St. Phona 411.
L. M. WhltohoiiBO, who went to
Washington to bid for the drydock
work at Pearl Harbor, came back this
morning. He arrived In tho Alameda.
When tho Atclierley caso was called
In Judge Lindsay's court this afternoon
neither attorney was ready to proceed
so a continuance was granted until 0
o'clock tomorrow morning,
Meet your friends at Roial Annex.
.Charles Howard, who arrived In the
AJamoda this morning, comes to take
charge ot the shoo (cpartmcnt of I,.
B Kurr & Co. Mr. Howard U from
San Francisco an 1 n specialist In the
E. Cowell of the liner Alameda, who
lias been one of thu stewards for the
ast eighteen months, la a pilnler by
profession. Inning tho trip down of
tho Alamoda. ho pub'lshed a newspa
per, glvllig nows of the voyage.
Tho regular monthly English service
will be held tomorrow morning nt 11
o'clock at Kaumakaplll church Rev.
W. U. Oloson will speak nnd spcdM
music w be given by tho CUrls'1 In
dur'al 3chool. At the closo of the
service tho address will be Intel pre.t-,
eci py air. h. Kamaloplll. A loullaj
welcome tn all.
Furnished" rooras'lor rent. See ad.
Skirt sale at Whitney & Marsh's on
Senator Jno. T. Brown liis son.u
lauhala mad for sale. See a'd' in IhU
isslio far priced. '
The names of tho ameers ot tho Pa
cific Sugar Mill for tho ensuing' year,
appedf In this1 Issue. ;
Tho.uumek ot tho offlcors anil direct
ors, ot tub Honokaa Sugar' CoVeJe'cted
to 'servo tor the ensuing ye'ar.ihppuars
lu this Issue,
There are many systems of saving.
Tho mah tjilng Is to save, regularly,
Our Blnall home hanks help oil o do
this. Ask for one' today, flank df'lja,
wail, Ltd. ,
Tho beBt wood and coal delivered
promptly to any address. Finest al
gdroba and ohla Biovo wood, dry, aoav
sonei) and cut. Union-Pacific Trans
fer Co., I.td. '
A )nrj;e shipment ot cliolco tab';
wines' and llipiors Just received at
Th'os.. F. McTlgho &Co.'a slorn on
King olrect. Try. n bottlu of his Du
bonnet V'lno Dltters
Those impty'' corners n t)lo yard
where thp water standi, and where the
grass won't grow lot mo fltliom up.
juj i.uuu uru runsonaoie. J . Al, 1'onaj
contractor, phono 890.
THlJ ALDEN fiESSB.'Cailtaln Den
ny, which has been1 onMbo marlni
railway, Ib receiving a new coat ol
paint ai ho Channel wharf.
Bulletin 'BuifneM Office Phone 250.
Bdlletjn. Editorial Itfoindhon-i 185,
"-T mflsi stii isfai. ! i i i Mi H si ii
A Most Sxoelleni Aisortmeit of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 B. KING ST. PHONE W.
TSE BEflX "JWTBRB" DT TQWS,
P4MF0RNIA JPALOUS QF
WASHINGTON', I). C, Tcli. 25. During n dtlmlp In tho House this
afternoon, Itepresentatlve Hayes dec tared that his Btnte could lawfully
oxcludo 0,11 Ortcrtnls. Ho declnred that there were 22,000 whllo peoplo
(dlofn San Kranclsco while Ihousnnds of ."npanevo were rmplojed. This
wn certainly cause for mob violence. Ho urged nn exclusion law nnd
woa silpported In this by ttepr6scntatlvcs' Clark and Harrison and opposed
by Hep'resentatlVB Hepburn. llCproBcntntlvo Envard declared" that the
Japanese policy of the Governmclil was humiliating nnd ohseqiiliiiit se
nility. SPERRY RETIRES I?f SEPTEMBER
FOItTItllSS MONROE, Hampto n
TOItTItllSS MONROE. Hampton
SperryhAi left for Washington. 11 n
Ileved that President Homovelt will
tho North Atlantlo fleet.
m i l
SECRET SERVICE LIMITED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Teh. 2H. Thd Hoiieo overwhelmingly p.iKred
tho bill limiting tho use of tho Socict Service to thu TieuHUiy Depart
in en t.
M'VEAGH. OF CHICAGO POR TREASURY
NEW YOItX, N. V lVb. 2B. Krniiklln Mc cngli of CIiIciikh has
accepted tho Treasury portfolio from Tnft.
"TOWN AND ,
til itmJA iiii wirtcMsssji
14-INCH GUN IS
NEW NAVY WEAPON
Washington, Hub. 1. Tho navy has
decided to adopt thu fourteen Inch
gun as tha tyiMi for heavy ordnanco
aboard baltlosilps nnd big drtiUers.
Abbul thoMotiWB.M the big gun there
is' A eood deal'ot mystery. It is to bo
built at the Washington rfavy yard.
Owing to changes In tho apparatus for
men It -will be a ear. poAslhly longer,
jiefbro It will bo completed. It will
Brdw a projectllo weighing U00
(blinds, nnd will ho about 30 per cent,
more efficient thnn tho prcsont twelvo
Iricli gun, tho standard main-battery
It used to be that tho navy used thu
thirteen Inch gun. Tho last of theso
was raanufactiired at tho navy yard
about 1894. Since then there has hl'en
nothing heavier thart tho twolve-lnch
pleso. ' Just why the officials reverted
to a larger typo they now rcfusu to
state. Thu reason In probably found
In motives ot economy,
Seeing that tho gun will cost about
llOO.OOO to make add a third more to
pro than tho oldor gun, It would seem
on first sight that motives of economy
wbuld not, apply. fit t has been fig
tifcd out by thu army, nnd thu Batno
(iilhg probably ioldi good with (lie
ijafy. that the llfo of a fourtcen-lncli
Itrtinj wll bo almost Indodnlto, whllo
inat' or tne presont iwovo-mcn gun is
'Alinltfed to about ido rounds. TliIK
naruy geis a BnipH crew in euicieiii
Wi'gut. practice before tho gun has to
jb to tho Scrap heap,
With mojlerp BmoHeless powder so
much heat 'is 'generated that (lie'Boro
Ijf'lle gtin Is practically ino)ted'lou(
iiitcr tho gun his been fired one nun
dred times, h'ow tho smaslilng effect
of n largo calllitfr projectile, trnvollng
at a Blower rate. Is Just as groat as a
smaller1 shct irav't51nt' at a higher
Difference tn Powder.
The army 'his figured out tho of
lecflveness of a lflncji projectlio
(raveling nt tho comparatively slow
speed ot 1404 feet a Second, and finds
that It Is greater than tho high-speed
12-lhch projectlio. Tho latter weighs
6ufy 850 pounds and tho' forhier '1400.
It has been found by experiment
that there Is a great difference In tho
action ortho old 'black or brown pow
dor and tho new smokeless nltro pow
ders. The former exploded altogether
In the breech of tho gun arid tne
gassed thaE'klck'ed' tfio 'piojectlla out
of tho bora were diminished rapidly
a; 'the, inuzile of tie gun was reached,
Therefore, the mutzlo of tho old gun
coiihj ho Bafely miip iijuch thinner
than tho breech. With tho new pow.
tltr,' however, tho explosion takes a
much longer tjmo. Tho gasses con
tinue to be formed as tho shot Is trav
eling tho length of tho bore. Pres
sure s almost as great at tho mlizzlo
as nt the breech.
There are a number of Instances in
modern warfare whore the nfuzijo of
tho long gun was shot away far punc
jurtid by much gun fire. This, of
courso, put ' tlie gun out of action,
With the abort gun, more of It wljl bo
lloads. a.. lull. 2K. Ailmlinl
letlres In Se'itomber.
niinio lilt succesKof In it
It I) he
HERE is in shirts
bearing the label of
lloads. a.. I eli.
a value, in that it stands
for so much experience in
ciom-Duying, in pattern
draughting and in style
designing. The Cluett
mark assures correctness,
$1.50 and more
CLUKTT. ITABOnV A CO.. Troj. K. Y.
JJiVtn (,t Airuf Cullus Jk
kusiiiu'tiiw ruitui ana- ic .ai"." to
thu enemy's Are nnd what there Is ex
posed will bo heavier and harder to
Injure. It may bo that the shortening
nt thu heavy gun will bu followed bj
a chnngo In tho form ot tho turret.
One Bigger Gun.
If there Is nuy decided shortening
of tho gun Its range will 1m io. lined.
i:en nt thut thu gun will probably
tlui'it nn tnr iih oiiu uau bi-u on tho
water. Tills In n factor Hint enters
Into thu carrying capacity ot n big
There Is only one bigger gnu than
tho 11 Inch in tho service. That Ih
thu IB Inch gun built some e.irs ngo
for thu coaal ilefeiibu and miimitcil on
Rnmer hIio.iIb In New York harbor.
Thin monster gun was tested nt tho
Sandy Hook piovlug gioiuuls, but
there Ib no record of Its ever having
been dred ulncu It was mounted. Thero
was somo calibre practice with it but
tlit) gun Is practically not In existence.
Tho only people who know nil nliout
It, except tho men who man It, tiro
those who know they would huvo it
to reckon with if they undertook to
Invade New Yorlc.
The changing of the gun c.illbro lu
the ilavy will lead to a good ileal of
expense, because there will have to
lie ilcflulto classes of ammunition for
tho dlrfeient i.lilps, till tho old ships
mounting 1'Jlnch gnus nro all out of
commission. And by thut time there
probably will bo another cluiugo In tho
c.a 1 1 lire ot tho guns.
Por S. S. Alameda, for San Francis
co, March 3, 10 a. in. Miss Fn, F.
Drown und wife, II, Scgolkcn, Itobt.
See and wlfu, Mrs. P I., i'etors. Dr. II.
1-. Hodman and wile, Mrs. Aldildgu
and infant, W. i:. Rmmtreu, i:iklns It.
Shaw, Mrs. II. W. llowmnu and friend,
les I), llurnaitl, MMs S. Flock, It, C.
Ir.grln, Mr. and Mrs. Itnyuolds. Mcltnn
nnd Maynard, Mrs. Shaw, Mr. and
Mrs. J. 8 SchnnckT H. (1 MrPlierson,
y O. Mrl'lieiBiin, .1. II. Wood, W. II.
Moody qtul wlfo, K. O. McCoy mid
wlfo, I(. S. Thompson Jr., F. a, Ilelch
Img, C. N. Spiers.
(Continued From Pace 1)
Qompmiy with ohla ties. Ah tho con
tract' carries no forfeit with It, It
JamcB Csd'o of tho Hawaiian Do
volopmo'ii Company, declined to mako
any statement this morning concern
luff tho affairs ot tid Mahogany Com
pany. Thero Ib n rumor current that
Mho Dovoloi ment Company will tako
nvor Iho properties, etecuto a now con
tract with tho Santa Fo, and continue
Tho ussclt of tlio Hawaiian Mnhng
r.ny Lumbar company Includo valua'blu
least's tin koa nnd -hla timber 'lamU
nnd a 175,000 Itimhor mill nt Palioa,
twenty ml,lus from Illlo.
Soiiq uf tho timber land was leased
from tho Hawaiian Dovelopmeiit Com
pnny nnd b payment of that and oth
er liabilities so tho story goes, a ecv
en months moilgago was executed by
the llawallcn Miiliogauy Immur Com
pany In favor of tho Hawaiian Devel
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185,
IN FOHEIQN PORTS
Friday, February 26.
SAN ritANCISCO rrlvc' I'cli. 2
S. S. Km oi, licuru fell. 20.
S. H. Ilyndus, lifhro lli. 17.
BAN KHANCISCO Sailed I'cli. 20:
S. 8. Tonyo Muni, for Honolulu,
YOKOHAMA Arrived IVb. 2:
H. 8. Asia, henr-u Kib. 13.
' WATERFRONT NOTES
THE MAUNA l.OA Railed this nun
lor Kiiiin. Blio took u uniall list of
passengers nnd n ciinslilcrnhlO niiioiuil
of freight. Slib iiIho took liu I.iilifitnii
THE KOItEA of tho Pacific Mall
lino, nriiwd nt Han Francisco Uidaj
RECORD CABIN LIST
With n noyly Installed wlrolMS
outfit, which- conveyed the newii uf
her iiiipro.iuh by vliclci jpnteiday
ilfteriiCoii, tlio poiiilni' Oceanic 1 1 itti
Al.ilneda, Cnptnlu Dowdell, iiriled
IhN iiioinlng from San KriMi'lsro,
docKllig lit her liurth lit half pas' ten.
Ah she nearcd the whiu-f with nliieiy
twn rnh I ii mid twvuty-unu fti-eniK"
p.iK.seiiKers iilio.ii (I, thu llnv ..'Ian
Hand, under Ha- leademlilp ot .Valine,
il.ieil "Alolin Ou."
rimer Snillli of thu Alnnifd.i sl.iled
today thnt on her next trip fiom Sun
Friinclsm thu Aliiinedu will lirlnj, n
still larger list nf cabin piumetmon:.
prlnclpully tourists. Most of lliu
inhiii iiiisseiigers wlm uulvi-il lndny
nio tourlsta. who rnmu down In eu!(.r. Mih. Miller. C. W. Nlhlin. M
tlio Isl-itiil polntH ut lulerest.
Whllu tlio Alameda was In S.ui
l'niliclsii) her Miiol.e'ilaefi was mt i.ff.
nlnu feet. Her wliolesx nutllt was
put up by tho Uiilled Wlieless Coiu
pnny mid Is lu ihtirgu of Unlit. Itojj,.
Hoss ututed this morning that ho c.ln
talk to n iilstauco (it IGf.O uillei with
tho new equipment,. Whllo nenrln;;
thu Inlands, the Alameda heanl tlie
lllloiitau giowllng ul her,
"Who is tills hutting lu?" naked
"Alainedn, of c-oursu," nnswrinl
thu old I Pliable.
"How Is thut? Wheio did you get
out- miichlnc?" e.une back thu llllu
nlnu, tin lly.
"Wo'vo got llii wlieleai."
"How Is over) hotly on boaid the
Among tho passengers who arrived
today nro II. S. Crane and wife. Illilei
i:. 8. Woolley, F. M. King, I,. M.
Whltehoiisc, mid othcis.
Tho Al.uni-ihi brought for this poll
197 hairs of mail nnd lliO." tons of
general curgo. Purser Smith guvu
out the following ruu,n dally: First
day 280 miles, tei-ond :!,r, third :i":i,
fourth ST7, fKth-.'lXO, and nrrhed t(i
da;. Tho Alameda niiulu n splendid
t Continued From Pece 1)
Itlee thought that Mr. Ilonlne,
whom ho had always found to bo u
gentleman, would reaped tho wishes
of tho legislators.
Kalclopu didn't llilnl; u concurrent
resolution would do nny good, re
minding the members that th'o House
last session passed it toncuuent leso
lutlon regarding Wnllurli, nnd It was
absolutely illsicguided by thu Ilouul
Sheldon wanted tho resolution i in
ferred to tho Judlcliiry Committee.
KiMlnwau, in n noisy speech, fn-
oieil tho lesoltitlon nnd thought
time ought 'to bu u law to prohibit
thu tuMug of any moro sik.1i ple
tijles. us thuy did not lupiesuut thu
truo way of eating pol and Ke.il.i
wau showed how pot siiould bu eaten.
Kauewehl vus afraid that It they
waited thieo days to pass u (ont-iir-lent
letolutlon, Mr. Ilonlnu might
Skip out with tlio pk'tuios.
Coney was hiiiu that Mr. )!iinliiu
hud no Intention uf hurting thu feel
ings of thu Hawaiian people, mid If
lie weio only ghen it brut to thai ef
fect, ho would destiny Iho plcluies.
Sheldon wlthdiow his motion to
lefer to thu Judiciary Committee,
Voto was taken uu tlio iimendineiit
to iimku the resolution loncurient.
This carried, und tho voto wti.s taken
ou the udoptlon of tho icsolutlun. It
waa adopted unanimously. .
In the iitlornoou ses.tlon of thu Sen.
nto toduy, Sucietaiy Mott-Smltli In
formed thu mcmbcis of thu Soiinto
that tho (lovornor had signed Iiousu
Hill 33, making special appropria
tions to compoiisalu for tho taking by
tho irtiurd, of Health, duilng tho )ear
1907, of tho piopeity of ceituln per
sons on tho Federal lescrvntlon,
County ot Kalawao.
THU TOYO KISKN KAISIIA liner
Tenyo Jlaru bnlled fiom San Francisco
today for Honolulu. Sho Is duo to in
llo heio Thnrsilay, Mnieh 4.
5j bulletin ADS PAY -fi
Wednesday, fubrmiry io.
Slliir. Maul, llrnhii, Tor llawull, tt : ! 0
Sliur. Mlkalml.s Pcdersen. for Knilil,
5:1(1 p. in.
Ilk. Atdcn HeSHU, Denny, for llllu,
M. N. S. 8. I.iullno, Woedeii, for Hun
Francisco, I-3U p. tit.
A II. S. S. 1'lolailen. for H.in Fimu
Upon, p. m. '
Ilr. S fl. Murux, Tnpiell. for Japan.
f PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
l-'roni Sail l'"raiieltfo, pel S. H. Ala
meda, Feb, 2. Miss .1. I,. Ashley. W.
V llergen, Mrs. Ilergen and child, Mln.i
K. W. llliluii.,JI. F. Illslinp Mrs. A. .1.
Ilindlsli. ,T. W. Ciipc, P. Casey, Mliis
("'I'slliio Cafcy. O. 9. Clmpln, II. 8.
Crane, Mrs. Crano, MIum Hay D.nls,
U. A. Iiiiiiiedlon, Dr. O. C. Kviins. Miss
KutliiMi i:tiim, F. W. Fletiher, U (1.
Fiiiisu, Mih. Fiiiisi', I. O. (lardlner, Mm.
(lardliier, Mm. S. M. Gardner, Mrs. M.
M. (Iciiiln, MIfh Uearln, U I,. (Iieno,
Mrs. tlieno, Martin (Irnne, I'. II. Haley,
Mlrn .1. Ilaliioy. Mrs. W A. Ilnmmel.
.Miss A. II. Hemlihlm, .I C. Ilill.i. II.
i' lliiiil;slieig, Mis. Houl-rsheri: and
(hlld. ('has. Iliiwanl. Mlr's I.ouIsh Ii
Vln, F M. King, Mrs. A. H. Krelu,
Ho.vanl II. l.omlni.i, I,. (1. I.ooinln.
Mr.. I.oomls, C.'s. Lull, W. II. I.j hut.
J. A. MeCaskcll, Jim. MrCnskell. Mrs.
I.'llz.'lliotli McCtllln. II. 1! Mrfimn I
I it. m.l'iiih.. P. I. Mcllemmit. Mnrrv
i ..iiii,, Mm Mrlnilm w n m.
I'liHivigi Mrs. Jeiinlu 13 M.itthowH.
Mm A. Mines. Hoy Miiyos. A. II. Mil.
Nlliley. Misses Nlbley (2), I,. W. Nuto.
.Mri. Nuto. 1. II. P.uls, H. W. Ituy-
I uids. It. II. Illedel, .Mrs .lelinlo A.
ItulP, JIlH. C. O. Seliaefer, Miss Clara
Hehaerei' .Mrs. M. H Sheaier, W. K.
Skinner, Mrs. Hklnner, le. Jos. F.
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