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EVENING nUlLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., TUESDAY, MAttCII 2, 1903.
Lei Aloha Chapter No, 3, 0. E.
Leahl Chapter No. 2, O. E. 3.-
Aloha Temple Regular,
7:30 p. m.
All visiting members of the
Order tiro cordially Invited to
uttcud meetings of local lodges
'HARMONY. LODUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
- Meets every Monday evening M
v,7:30 In I. O. 0. F Hall, Port Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary
P. 1). WICKE, N. 0.
. All Plaiting brothers very cordlall)
JJ0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P.
Meets every first nnd third Frl
Jay evening at 7:30 In K. u( P. Hall,
-Acorner Fort nnd Doretantn. Visiting
Tt brothers cordially invited to attend
y v. it. NuoKNT, c. a
It. GOSLING. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
b, Honolulu' Lodgo No. 016, 1). P. 0.
"., will meet In their hall on King
near Tort Street oery Friday oven
Inc. Uy order of the B. It.:
1IBNKY C. EA8T0N,
WM. II. McINERNV, E. It.
Wm, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:3b o'clock In Iv. of 1.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilcrctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend, P. M. McGREW. 0. 0.
E. .V JACOIISKN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tlm 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hill, corner
Gerctnnla nnd l'ort etrcets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
tend. W. L. FRAZEH, W Prest.
11. T. MOOIIE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
OEO SANDERSON', Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C of II.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnliardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and b:eti.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
- SUPPLY CO., LTD,
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel, 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Hgr
" RYCROFT'S SODA
'Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Abselutely Pure.
PH 'IE 270.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P, 0. Box 914.
Illank books of nil sortH, ledgers,
j etc, manufactured by tho Bulletin
! a !
In the house is al
most a necessity.
We have a large
from that used in
the sick room to
the size for record
ing daily temper
ature out o' doors.
SMITH & CO.
CONGRESS CARDS arc u
perior to all others. They
arc made right, nnd so never
get old and frayed and flimsy
before their time.
We havo a large, fine as
sortment of them.
Alexander Young Building.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware wo sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
ire jutt as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phono 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION".
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
THE FLORIEST, nOTEL YOUNG Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the' Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND C1GAR8.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor. "
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to pffice and
residence, RING UP 057,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St. M. P.. DE 8A.
185 editorial rooms 250 bust
ness office. These are tho telephone
numbers of the Bulletin' office,
A FORT and HOTEL A
Strangers in Honolulu find what
they want quickly when they use
Bulletin Want Ads.
Hello Oct Sullivan's hack, 230.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex.
Have you cleaned your sidewalk
this morning? If not. why nott
8omo now Btylcs In Panama hats for
sale at Expert Hat Cleaners. Pott St.,
oi, Club Stablest. Hats clcnuea.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You Will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. ugentB.
Meet your friends at Royal Annex.
Don't fall to attend llio great salo ot
ladles' musltn underwear nt Illom's
this weok. . . ilitMEfl
A moving picture oxhlMllon was giv
en last night In tho Central Flro Sta
tlon on Ucretsnla street for tho bene
fit of tho firemen. Tho exhibition was
Members of tho House of Reprcsen
tntlvcs wcro excused this morning by
Speaker Holstcln to cnnblfl them to
too their friends leave In tho Manna
Deputy Internal Revenue Collector
Doylo nnd Ounger Prlnglo lenvo to
day for Illlo to open up tho rum dis
tillery recently built hero. Mr. Pnn
glo will remain ns guagor ot Illlo for
Tho Mnunn Ken, which left today
for Illlo, carried fifty passengers, prin
cipally tourists, to the Volcano House.
Malinger I.yciirgus, of tho Volcano
House, wont along with his guests.
All who nro Interested In tho pres
ervation and extension of our forests
and tho Improvement of our water
wnys nnd harbors, aro Invited to at
tend tho mctclng called by tho Col
lege Club at 4 o'clock this afternoon
nt the residence of Mrs. Prcar. Mrs.
Kuudscn, Governor Frear, Judge Dolo,
Mr. HoBincr, Ex-Qovcrnor Carter, Dr.
Scuddcr and Bishop Kestnrlck aro to
MUCH LIVE STOCK
ON TRANSPORT DIX
Five Hundred Head
Horses and Mules
With four hundred and fifty-four
animals onb oard, of which one hun
dred nnd seonty-nlno nro horses nnd
tho rest mules, tho United States Ar
my (rans)Kirt DIx, Captuln Ankers,
irrlvcd this morning from Port An
geles, docking nt tho Naval wharf at
about 8 o'clock.
None, ot tho animals died on tho
trip nnd II. P. Port, the transporta
tion agent, nnd L. Schlcmleln, the
veterinarian, who looked after tho
comfort of tho animals, aro highly
pleased with tli6 condition of affairs.
As soon as tho transport docked,
tho animals wero taken nshoro for
oxcrclsc. While In port tho DIx will
take In COO tonB ot coal. She will
leave Thursday afternoon, probably
at 4 o'clock for Manila. Ltoutenant
llufus II, Clark Is the quartermaster
of the transport.
TENDER KUKUI IS
HERE SPICKAND SPAN
After she is fitted with n wireless
outfit tho lighthouse tender Kukul.
which nrrlved yesterday afternoon,
will bo of valuable Bcrvlco not only
to the llRhthouse people, but to tho
local Inter-Island fleet, which is ply
Ing between tho local ports, accord
ing to ship cnptalns.
Tho Kukul ("kukul" means "light"
In tho Hawaiian langue) Is 190 feet
long and In of 677 gross tonnage.
She Is a twin-screw craft, nnd has
1100-horsepoWcr engines. Under or
dinary conditions, sho makes four
teen knots per hour.
Despite tho unpleasant weather
sho experienced on tho trip down,
sho looks clean. One ot the officers
stated this morning that the Kukul
will bo fitted out with a wireless
sj-Btcm while in Honolulu. This was
found necessnry in view of the serv
ices thRt will bo required ot her in
the Islands. On each side ot her bow
Is it mliilnturo llghthoUso.
Resides Captain Jobson, tho com
mander, tho officers arts II. S. Middle-
ton, first officer; Frod. Clark, chlof
engineer; M. Arcolll, first assistant
engineer; an,d Chnrlcs Vaughn, sec
ond nsslstant engineer. Mlddlcton
was horo on tho U, S. S. Nlpsto, In
1891, nfter sho returned from Sa
moa, where sho experienced tho tcr
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KINO ST. PHONE 925.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN."
WASHINGTON, I). (' .Mnrch 1. For the first lime tho wives of tho
President and Vlco President will partlrlpntc In the Inniigurnl parade.
WON'T RAISE SALARIES '
WASHINGTON, D. 0 March 1. The Senate nnd House nre dead
locked over tho question of Increns Ing tho salaries of tho President, Vlco
President, nnd Speaker.
CHARLESTON, S'. C, March 1.
Is the negro to whoso appointment and
been such bitter opposition.
PPORTUOAL'S PARLIAMENT OPENED
I.1SUON, Portugnl, Mnrch 1. King Mnmtcl opened Parliament
RENO GAMBLING HOUSE BURNED
HENO, Nov., Mnrch 1. In n fire tonight the oldest gambling houso
tho West was destroyed, causing n loss of $100,000.
NO TIPPS IN WASHINGTON
OLYMP1A, Vnsh., March 1. Tho Senate has passed n bill prohibit
ing tho giving or receiving of tips.
m i i i m
STATE TO SUPERVISE BANKS
BACItAMENTO, Calif., March 1. Governor (Illicit hns signed tho bill
creating a Stnto Department of Hanks.
w i i . i
CALIFORNIA D IRECT PRIMARY
SACItAMENTO, Calif., March 1. The Senate has passed the direct
The Most Generally Used because it is purest, because
it TASTES BEST.
That is the best te3t, because high quality alone can
give a milk the superior flavor that is the distinctive thing
POLICE COURT JOniNGSIAdmlral Sebrec
' To Command
Thcro wero tlilrty-fivo cases on tho
Pollco Court calendar this morning.
No less than sixteen of thosn were
gambling offenses. Six Chlncso woro
discharged, thcro not being Piifflclonl
evldenco produced agnlnst them. An
other bunch of ten wooers of chnncj
had their cases remanded until tomor
row. Pnnohu was fined $15 for nsHaullli.t:
cno Kaanl, J. Iv. Ilurgcss, who put
a wad of boozo across his boson,, vas
given a suspended bontencc of thir
' Tho caso of August Herring, charged
with pointing a rovolvcr nt r.noher
natlvo, was argued nt length by C. P.
Chllllngwnrth for tho prosecution and
W. T. Rawlins for the defense Tho
revolver was not proced to be loaded
and on that fact tho defense 'tiircil
their case. Rawlins mado an Impan
sloncil address for tho defense and
asked for an acquittal, The caso was
continued, tho Judge wnntlng to look
up tho law on tho matter.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Feb. 27, 1909,
from 10:30 a, m. to 12 noon.
Helnrlch Rcnfes nnd wf by ntty to
Wong Ah Chuck : D
Cecil Drown, Tr. to Western & Hawn
Invst Co Ltd AM
Emma M Holt ami bBb to Gcorgo H
Holt ' D
Mary A, Knlonamnlkal to Linda C
Ilergstrom , . , , Rcl
J P Kaohu and wf to P Komoho . ...D
Entered for Record March 1, 1909,
from 9 a, m, to 10:30 a. m.
William R Castlo Tr to K II Porter
William C Achl and wf to K. H. Por-
K II Porter and wf to 11 Waterhouso
Tr Co Ltd Tr D
Knunloku and hsb to John Kninie-
Knualoku and hsb to John Eninio-
luth,'. , Assmt of Rent
Theresn M Louisson by atty to Cas
tlo & Cooko Ltd AM
Castlo & Cooko Ltd to R. W. Holt.Kol
Martha Borgor by atty to Castlo &
Cooko Ltd AM
Castlo & Cooko Ltd to Christopher J
Hakalau Plantation Co to William fl
S Ahml by Tr to W P Wilson 1)
J, A. Cummins to II Cushnmu Cur-
tor Tr Apptmt Tr
Collector Oriim has resigned, Crnm
attempted confirmation theic hut
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 2.
Roar Admiral Sebreo will succeed
Rear Admiral Swinburne in com
mand of tho Pacific fleet, nnd Rear
Admiral Rodgcrx will succeed Scbrcc.
A well established hotel business Is
mUcrtlsed for sale. Seo ad, this Is
a Japanese man and wife, experi
enced In cooking nnd general houso
work, want positions.
DAVID WAS NOT IN
RACE HORSE DEAL
Jockey I). Perrolra arrived this
morning on tho 8. 8. Arlzonpc, bring
ing with him two trot'.crs and two
racers. Ho started with flvo alto
gether, but lovednle, tho fast colt
nicer, suffered a broken leg tho first
iLiy out un.I was shot by the captain
of the ship.
Tho stalls woro not properly cleat
ed on' deck, Porrclra claims, nnd the
horses could not kcop their feet, ac
cording to his Btutomcnt.
Two more wcro more or less In
jured, It Is claimed, but will boon re
cover, "Tho statement mado In tho Ad
vertiser this morning to tho effect
that tho horses brought over by mo
wero picked up by Charlie David, Is
ontlroly untruo," said Ferrelra tills
afternoon. luese Horses aro my
own pioperty which I picked out my
self. David had absolutely nothing
to do with tho ileal." '
La Follctto and Ponroso havo wordy
war In senntn, Pennsylvania!! compar
ing opponent to patent medicine
Wire tapper who formnrly lectured
on mathematics nt 8t. Mary's college,
Oakland, given his liberty.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, March 2.
3AI.INA Cltl'Z- Sailed Feb 27:
S. S Virginian, from Snn Francisco.
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed Match 2:
Ilktnc. S. 0. Wilder, for Honolulu.
Monday, March 1,
VANCOUVER Sailed Fell, 20:
H. S. Monna, for Honolulu.
SAN ritANCISCO Arrived Feb. 27:
S. S. Texan, from Snllna Crti.
POUT QAMIILB Salted Feb. 27:
Schr. Allco Cooko. for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Fob. 27:
8. S. SJborla. for Honolulu.
HII.O Sailed Feb. 27:
S. S, Mlssourlan, for Snllm Cruj.
Saturday, February 27.
VANCOUVER Sailed Feb. ZC:
S. S. Monna, for Honolulu,
8KATTI.B Arrived Feb. Jf1
S. S. Texan, from San Francisco.
OKAYS IIAIUIOII Snllci' Feb. 27:
Schr. Allco Cooke, for Honolulu.
Friday, February 26.
SAN FHANCISCO-rrlvo(' Feb. 2fi:
8, 8. Korea, hctico Feb. 20.
8. 8. Hyndcs, lioncu Feb. 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 20:
8. S. Tcnyo Mam, for Honolulu, I
YOKOHAMA Arrived Fob. 20:
S, S. Asia, henco Fob. 13.
Thursday, Feb. 25, 1009.
PUNTA ARENAS Arrived Feb. 20:
8. S. Alaskan, from Illlo Jan. 23, eu
routo to Now York.
Wednesday, February 24.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 21:
S. S, Texan, finm Sallnn Cvur..
Tuesday, February 23.
THE ALAMEDA went over to the
inllioad wharf this morutiig to receive
sugar, preparatory to sailing tomorrow
for San Pranrlsco. Her cargo will
consist of 7700 bags of sugar, 2."00
cat.es of pineapples, 2.V) rises of (roh
pines, noon bunches of bananas, and
packages of sundry merchandise.
THE NIIIIAU nnlved this morning
fiom Ahnklnl, bringing ftioil bugs of
sugar, consigned to Haekfvld & Co.
Purser Hiistnco reports the following
sugar on Kauai, romly for shipment:
O. P., 5SI0 bags; II. M., 2110 bags.
THE MAt'NA KEA sailed nt noon to
day for Mnul and Hawaii pnrlH. In the
nfliu noon at 5 o'clock tlm Klnaii will
lenvo for Knuil, the MlknhnU for the
Koolau slilo ot Kami and the Noeau
for Moluknl, Maul and l.nnal
m WRENS CAME
The sen-wi ens aro here, and con
sequently nil the dingy-boat men 'ire
hnppy. Tho good old reliable Ala
meda brought tho small boats uloug,
nnd now, before long, tho fun
Local builders arc hard nt work on
somo wrens tlmt they reckon will
put It nil over tho Imported article,
and If not, why not? Thcro nro men
In these Islands who can build u
boat with any of tho mainland boat
bulldcrt), mid probably nt less cost.
Prospects look good for the "tom
tits,' nnd soon It will bo tho craze to
own u wren.
Tho following resolution will bo In
troduced into the Senato this aftci
noon by Senator Coclho:
"Whereas, Thoro In now being con
ducted ench day at ho Honolulu Flt.li
Market, icgulnr miction sale uudor
and by vlrtuo of it Merchundii n.ok
cr's License. Issued to Tho Hawallnn
Fisheries Limited, therefore
Resolved, Thnt ho Treasurer of tho
Territory of Hawaii bo and ho In lu-ie-by
requested to Inform this Senato
under nnd by what authority did he
glvo such holder of tho said McilMii
dlso Broker's License to do and carry
on an auction business?
TENYO MARU REPORTS
Tho Japancso liner Tcnyo Mum,
from Snn Francisco, reported by wire
less last night that sho was lOOO miles
away from Honolulu. Sho Is expectod
to nrrlvo early Thursday morning,
loavlng In tho nftornoon for Yoko
hama, with a good-sized list of pas
sengers for tho Oriental ports.
Tomporalures 0 n. m., 04; 8 n.
in., 08; 10 n, in., 70; noon, 70; morn
ing minimum, 02.
Barometer, 8 a. m., 30.07; ubsn
Into liiiiiildil), 8 u. m., 5.380 grains por
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. in.,
72 por cOnt; dow point; S a in., 58.
Wind 0 n. m.. velocity 12. direction
n.; 8 n. m., velocity 3, direction p.;
1(1 n. m., velocity 9, direction N. E.;
noon, velocity 10, direction E.
Rainfall during 2 hours ended o a
m., .11 Inch,
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended nt noon, 254 miles.
"Tom Cut" to nppenr nt Oakland
high reboot desplto lack of official
Monday, Marcn 1.
1,. It. T Kukul, Jobson, from Snn
Francl'co, 2 45 p. in.
C.-A. S, 8. Mnkura, from tho Col
utiles, 8:45 p. m.
T. K. 8. 8. Nippon Mnril, from tho
Orient, 11 p. in.
Tuesday, March 2.
Btmr. Nllhnii, Oncss, from Ahuklul,
U. S. A. T. DIx, Ankers, fron) Seat
tle, 8:10 n, nt.
Monday, March 1.
Slmr. Ko Au Hou, Sachs, for Kauai,
5:10 p. m.
Slmr. .Inmes Mnkeo, for Pearl Hnr-bo.-,
5:50 p. in.
Schr. Robert Lowers, Ieyers, for
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scnrlc, for
Koolau ports, 7:30 a. in.
Tuesday, March 2.
Stmr, Manna Kca, Freeman, for Hll
ami wny ports, 12 noon.
j. . h
U. 8. A. T. DIx, Ankers, from Seattlu.
C.-A. S. S. Mnkura, for Vincoincr.
I p. m.
Stmr. Mlknhala, for Molokal nnd
Maul ports, 5 p. m.
T. K. K. 8. S. Nippon Mnril, for Sail
Francisco, S p. in.
Stmr. Klnnii, for Kauul ports, 5 p. in.
O. 8. 8. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
Francisco, If) u. in.
Per Makura, from tho Ciilnn'CH,
March 1. Miss Iloyd, Mcsdanies V. A.
O'bourno, Myntt, Vnughaii-l.ovcs,
Messrs. Strnker and son. II. Lnhey, F.
It. Ilooth, Myntt. II. S. Hnllett, Miss
.M. Chester, Mrs. Heapy Messrs. Clies
tur (2), llcnpy, II. M. Douglna nnd son,
and four steerage.
PASSENQERS DEPARTED I
Per ktmr. Mnur.-.i Ken Freeman, for
Mnul Mid Hawaii, Maioli 2. L. A.
LooiuU nnd wlfo, J. C. Wall em and
wire, Mr. Williams, F. Ilalcliuldor anil
wire, F. 8. Stewnrt, S II. IIiIk1i.uh
nnd wife, E. Chllds nnd wifu. Miss E.
Carey. Miss O. Ilmkrr. Mrs. A. H.il
Kan, Mrs. Isabclle T. Atkins, Mis
Kolloy. W. D. Long) ear, II. K. M':
I'rule, Traill: Lewis, Lady Howard. .1.
W. Hiy.ui, Mm. J. Yv. Iliyan ami
lnugliler, O II. P Ploior, John Nor
ton, Mrs. M. Gardner. Mrs. A. Moyes,
Miss J. L. Athbey, Mrs. W. L. Wall,
Mrs. L. A. Duncan. Mr. and Mis. (!.
II. Mu n i oe, Miss Joyce. Mrs. S. II.
Sack, Mrs. Hughes, L. A. Notes ami
wlfo, Dr. A. 11. Clark, J. W. Casey, G.
A. Domcdlno, W. Cardlngly, C. Smith.
J. W. Smith. Miss Hector. Miss Smith,
P. Casey, J. II. McAmo, J. J. Norton.
F. J. Lthdomann. F. II. Iluich, C. It.
Wlllnrd. Mr. Simpson, It. W. Filler, .1.
W. Doyle, C. 1). Prlnglo. C. P. dem
ons, Mrs. Daiiner, Mrs. J. A. A. Kan.i,
E. D. Clark, Dr. J. Morton llowcir, A.
E. Jordan, 1). Lycurgus, Miss P.
Bryno, Mrs. T. Black, Nancy Black,
Mabel Black, Margaret Hlnr,k, Gor
don Norrle, Mrs. Norrle, J. G. Smith,
K. S. GJerdruni, W. M. Kliintsou and
wife, D. R. Muuko nnd wlfo, B. D.
Bond, A. Mason, wlfo nnd daughter.
Miss May, Miss Wright, Geo. C. Watt
L. D. Larson, W. P. McDougall, R. It.
Elgin, L. Welnihclnicr. Ueuo Sllva,
Loo Joo, Win. P. Kupiilniil Mrs. licit
art, Fritz Eckcrt.
Per 8. 8. Alameda, for San Francis
ro, Match 3, 10 n. m, Miss Fox, F.
Brown and wife, II. Segelken, Holil.
Seo and wife, Mrs. P L. Peters, Dr. II.
L. Hodman and wife, Mrs. Aldrldgo
nnd Infant, W. E. Rnuntree, Elklus It.
Slviw, -Mrs. II. W. Bowman anil friend,
MIrs I). Bernard, Ml.s S. Flock, It. C.
Ir.grln, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds. Mcltao
nun Mnynaid, Mrs, Shaw, Mr. ami
Airs. J. 8. Schnnck, R. 0 McPlieit-on,
W. G. MrPhorsnn, J. II. Wood, W. II.
Moody uml wlfo, K. O. .McCoy nnd
wlfo, R. S. Thompson Jr., P. O. Reich
ling, C. N. Spiers.
For Japan, per 8. 8, Tcnyo Mum,
March 5, Miss D, Greer, Miss F.
Trlmpcr. P. L. Cocs nnd wlfo, Milton
Reed, William J. Coulter. Miss II.
Krupp, Miss Danrord, Miss Mndgo Mc
Cnndlcss, Miss Gladys l.nbcreo, Prof.
Penck nnd son, 11 P. Iscnjiorg, P. O.
E. Walker, Mrs. O. E. Usworlh, Mrs.
II. II. Uawoith, Mrs. Frances H. Swan.
Miss Frances Zcrriiper, Frank Bayer
and wlfo. Miss I. Hodden. Mrs. A. M.
Zlnln, Mrs. M. Btclnmoyer, Mrs. E.
Dommci, K. Tak.igl, K. Sakamoto.
Por btmr. Kliiau, for Kauai, Mar. 2,
5 p. m A, S. Wilcox nnd wlfo, Miss
Ethel Wilcox, Hong Chock Goo Apuo,
C. S. Dolo, It. A. Kearns. Mrs. Jaeger
Pil;o fight placard Is torn from
dome of Snn Francisco cliy Inll by
order of Mnyor Taylor
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.c
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opprN''c South St