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evening nmx.TiN, Honolulu, trory?"?-,
I Leahl Chapter Ho. S Regular.
1 It' 1 11 J AS.
I Honolulu Chapter R. A. M.
Regular, 7:30 p. m,
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially luvltetl to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ever; Monday evening it
7:30 In 1. O. O. V Hall, Port Stroet
It. HUNDRY, Secretary
r. u. w icki:, N. a.
All visiting brothers very cordlall)
OAHU LODGE, Mo. 1, K. of P.
Meets overy first nnd third Frl
Jay evening ut 7:30 In K. ot 1. Hall,
Corner Kurt and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers curdliilly Invited to attend.
r u Niar-vr. c. a
it. gosling, k. n. s.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. F. 0. E.
Honolulu Ixidgti No. GIG, D. I. O.
E., will mct in their hall ou King
near Fort Street every 1'rlday even
ing. liy order of the E. R.:
HKNRY 0. EASTON,
WM. II. McINL'RNY, K. II.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofE.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Siturday
evening at 7 30 o'clocl; In K. of 1'.
Hall, cor. I'ort nnd Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordNlly Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGRRW. C C.
n. A. JACOIISEN, K. rt. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mcuts on the 2nd and 1th WHO
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, corner
Oerctanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eaglcx nre Invited to it
. M Mi COY. V . Prest
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
dnjs of each month at Knights ol
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
V.r.O SANDERSON, Sachem
i: V TODD. C of It
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
cf Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King snd Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and tbiett.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN I'APBfi d
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. Georgo G. Guild, Gen. Mgr
-RYCROrTS SODA """
Purest rinvor Highest Quality I
i Guaranteed Absilutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
PLUMBUM and FAINTINO. I
Oflke: Honolulu Paintina. Co,, 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
lllnnli books (if nil sort a ImlKors
tie, roaiiufiirliiruil l thu llnltmiii
1'ublltttlng Company I
"The Fashionable Adventures
of Joshua Craig"
Iuvll llrnlinm Phillips
"Stung" Hi-rt Davis
"The Red Mous"
W. II Osiborno
"5410 or Fight"
"Comrades" Thos Dixon Jr.
"A Prisoner of the Sea"
"The Yellow God"
II llldcr Haggard
"Tne Antjcl and the Star"
Alexander Young Building,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
it written on every piece of
"1835" Silvcrwaro wc sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOTTON BLDG., FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE FLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For. Distilled Water and Assorted
tioda Watei, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
I Arctic Soda Waterworks
I 1203 Miller St. M. P.. DE SA
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of tho Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
ilhe Best Whiskey on the Market,
i THOS, F. McTI0HE'& CO.. AOENT8.
101-105 KINO ST.
'PHONE 140. P 0. BOX 7J5
Everything that tho Name Implies.
Office Supply foMUd.
031 FORT ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let time, dut and eoekroachet
destroy the value of unuiual furni
ture; let a Bulletin Want Ad loll
them for you.
A clean city means a healthy .city.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 0.
The Honolulu TlmcB has been re
ceived. You will always find your friends
at the Royal Annex.
French or German taught lrt ovc
weeks. Iloom 57, Young building.
Mrs, V S. Portdr, n wealthy" lady,
came down todn In tho Alameda.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., (or
It 0 Ncwlcil nan fined $10 and
costs l Judge Andrado this morning.
K you nro looking for any ot your
friends go to tho "Two Jaokii" and
vouil And tliem.
.1 II Arvndt, manager of Vnlpahn
store, nan among tho nrrlvals this
morning In the Alameda,
Mrs W New hall, who la well known
throughout the States, Is In town, hav
ing arrived In the Alameda.
Mr nnd Mm. J. M. Shlmenll of Chi
cago nro In Honolulu for n visit They
arrived today from the Slates.
Thos. K. Smith was sont over tho
water for sixty days this morning nt
the Police Court, for threatening lan
guage "Tho Illng and the Hook" will ho
the subject of the literary At tlm Art
League tomorrow morning nt 10: 3U
Heady money can take advantage of
unusual money-making opportunity.
Ill'Y "MAYF1X)WKR" STOCK. UUY
Prof C K. Hart, a prominent edu
cator of New Jersey, was among tlm
pnsBvngcrR In the Alameda, which
camo In today.
Dr. 8 C Gibson, Rtiperlntcndont of
thu Ilcno Insane Asylum of New Jer
sey camo down today from tho Stntc3
on n pleasure trip.
What about your hat? It's time It
was seen to. Call on tho Expert Hat
Cleaners. Worli guaranteed. Fort
St opp. Club Stables.
L. II. McCormlck, a prominent bank
er of Salt Lake City, arrived today to
lslt tho Volcano. Ho was nccom
jmuled bj Mrs. McCormlck.
M M. O'ShnUgneflsy, a well known
ihjdrnullc engineer, who Investigated
the condition of tho Kohala ditch, ar
rived today In tho Alamcdi.
L. M. Judd, n knhnnlna, neeompa
nlcd by his wlfo, wore arrivals to lay In
the Alamoda. The. wore grooted nt
the wharf by Mrs. Juld St., nnd Or
A demonstration ut ihu efficiency of
the brake In iiko on Rapid Transit cars
woa mado yostcrday b) tho street car
ixonto for tho benefit of thu Pulko
Committee of tho House.
Dr. 11 W. Ilnwklns, who iirrljeil to
day In tho Alameda, will, It la said, go
to Midway Island In the near future.
Ho will leave In the schooner riaur-
tnee Ward, which Is preparing for the
Threo hundred shares of Hawaiian
Commercial were sold on the Stock
Rxchango thfs morning nt 109 and
109 1-2 This Is n conBldernhlo ad
vance over the price at which the
last parcel wont, namely 108 1-4.
Tho Honolulu cricket team to play
against thu combined warships, will bo
picked from tho following list: Illicit
ly, Ilenrdmoro, Cockhurn, Morso,
Dccrr, Klddes, Crntk, Irwin, Andorson,
MncLcau, Drown, Vans Agncw, Bailey
Henry Trnvcrs, nn employe of n
local saloon, Is charged ut tlju Police
Court with having done malicious in
Jury. It appears that Henry Jlook
advantago of a Japanese, hackuian't)
ubsence to take possession of the 'rig
unci drho down tho country for n
trip nlono '
Tho following ofneers were elected
at the annual meeting of tho Ileretanla
Tennis Club held Thursday afternoon
President, A. C. Wall: vlco president.
I H. II Wodchouso; secretary, II, II.
htlctow, troasurcr, R. R. Roothj cap
tain, C G Ilockus, and U. P. R. Iscn
berg, D, W Anderson, and L. J. War
Nawahlno presented a resolution In
the Hnuso jestcrday that (ho Ilout.0
adjourn out of respect tn tho memory
of David Hall! Kahaulelln, tho Assist
ant Clerk of thu Houso, who riled yes
terday morning. Tbo resolution waa
ndopted. Sieaker Holstoln apolntcd
Nuwnl)lno, Moanaull and Like to at
tend tho funeral.
Tho Houso Committee on Public Rxi
pcndlturcs yesterday reported tho re
links of Rh Investigations Into tho sale
by School tuspoctnr Cox of a number
of unused desks In 1900, It appeared
Uiat Cox traded tho deukB to Dr. Kltz
of Alllolanl Collogo fir some other
materials. Tfioro noomcd to bo noth
ing Irregular about tho transaction ox
copi mat it waa not recorded, ab n
punishment for this Irregularity ami
ns a warning for tho futuro, tho com-
mitten iprpmmcndod that $21 be
wtoppoil ont of Cox's pay, Tho report
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
03 S. KINO BT. PHONE 015,
THE BEST "FITTEES" W T0WH,
Depend On Germany
IX)NI)ON, Kng., March 18 Premier Asciulth declares that four
Dreadnoughts will be laid down this yenr If Get many loutlnucs to build
that clans of vessels.
k lyondon, Hng., March 12 --Tlm lit ittnli nnvnl estimates, which were
Issued tonight, nnd bhow an incroarc of close to XI 5,000,000 ner tho
estimate!) of last year, possibly will fall to please the big men of Ilia
navy, but they fully prove that It Is the Government's determination to
keep pnro with the other nnvnl powers and thnt no halt Is likely to be
called in the International tompetltlon for superior nnvnl armaments.
In addition to four new Dreadnoughts, the Government seeking the
power to start building, If neccssarj, In lilO, four additional hrge ar
mored vessels. The tjpo of these ships Is not Indicated In thu estimates,
though It Is generally expected thnt tliev nro to be two bittleshlps of
tho Dreadnought type nnd two nrmored cruisers. Thero Is little doubt,
however, that this will depend upon the progress made In Germany's
The statement of Reginald McKennn, I'liet Lord of the Admiralty,
naturally makes no reference to foreign poweis, nnd further light on tho
Government's Intention must be awaited until the estimates me discussed
An Interesting point Is that the
dirigible nlrshlps for naval purpose j,
periment tn this end.
Under McKenna's pioguim. (Ire it llrltnln should have by the end of
1911 fourteen vessels of tho Dieadnought tjpo, ngnlnst thirteen then
to bo completed by Germany MoKinnn t.ivs two of the new Dread
noughts wil bn commenrod In July, and the other two In November.
1909 He nlso announces the coming nhtorptlon of the Channel fleet Into
tbo home fleet, which will place 22 fully manned battleships nnd It
fully manned armored cruli-crs in the home waters.
Take Islands of China
HONGKONG, China, March Id.- Thu boycott has been revived 1'
caiife Japanese nro Invading the Pratas and the Pnrniels Islands tor
guano. Chinese cruisers aru preparing lo investigate.
Hongkong, China, March 12. Chinese fishermen, engaged at Pra
tas Islands, having sent nn tiigcnt appeal to thu VUcroy of Canton, al
leging that Japaneso were oceiip)lng Islands, tho Chinese ciutsor Tonying
and two destroyers were dispatched to Invpstlgnto tho allegeif occupation.
The squadron Bpent four da)s nt thu Islands nnd returned today.
Commander Woo, who wired the Japanese steamship TaUti Mnru In
190", reporta that he found tlm .lapinco fljlng a Hag on thu Islands mil
more than n hundred Japanese estalillshcd in a permanent settlement, ac
tively engaged In tho removing ot phosphate, pearl shell, nnd tOrtoUe
shell without the permission ot tho Chlncso. Government.
Tho Jnpnneso claimed the dls'oveiod the Islands eighteen months
ago. They jiuil dcstro.tid an old liiliiene temple, driven off many llshoi
men, burned six junkH, and tontlnuill) threatened others with death If
they persisted In landing
Commander Woo compelled tho Japanese to haul down their Hag
and destroy the post which announ ed the alleged discovery of thu isl
CUBAN REVOLUTIONISTS SURRENDER
HAVANA. Cuba, March 18 Thu Insurgents have nil surrendered.
This presumably ends what wan reported lis n dangoroiiH i evolution
when a few d.ijn ngo seven iiiral guards took to thu woods.
ZELAYA READY TO FIGHT
CITY OF MKXICO, Mexico. March IS -It Is reported that Presi
dent Zelaya has declared that Nicaragua will resist Aiiiotlcaii lulci voli
tion nnd retmrt to nrms If marine
continue throughout thu lountry.
PARIS STRIKE RETARDS BUSINESS
PARIS, France, March 18. Thero is no Indication of a cessation of
the strlko. Millions of lettcra nnd telegrams are undelivered, mid busi
ness Is demoralized. Funds In transit nro tied up in tho posts,
WASHINGTON, D. C, March
Toft's naval aide, was fatal) hurt
QUEEN COMING HOME
CHICAGO, III ,
en route home.
CENSUS APPROPRIATION PASSED
WASHINGTON, I). C, Mulch IS.
teeith ccnauB nppioprlatlon hill.
New Shipment Just In
T. H. Da vies & ,Co., Ltd.
All Ihioo JiiilKes nf tho Hupimiio
Couri liuvn wiittvii i..ini.iu in ih i
i into of It KuliidiikukiM UHiiltist tlm
Admiralty Is considering the hoc ot
nnd It la decided to carry out ex
aro landed. Preparations for war
AIDE IS KILLED
18. Lieut. Senimes Read, President
today by a fall from a hoi so.
March IK. Former Queen LtlluoKiilanl of Hawaii la
-Tho Houso haK pawed the thlr-
Wuiiukii Hiigur (,'ompaiiy with tim tu
i,ni lluti Hie mutt hitmloil down a nn
Jo. i'v decision thla iiiorulllg In Hu f
fut that III il nuolliiii nf Kjeitineiu
.......... i" no,) ...; . I.....H".. ..
noii. urn, una juniicn vviiuet
vvi Ii.in in., opinion and Jimllin Hail
ll eini'iifj, Jnuikii I tit I loll ilUnunu
S ' V?
j IN FOREIGN P0RT8 i
Friday, March 19.
SHATTI i: S.ild Mnult IS
S H Vliglulan for Honolulu
M..TII Siillvil Mulch 18.
Ger Bp Nordi-ce. for Honolulu
SAN I RANClCC Balled March 19,
H H. Nippon Mnru, for Honolulu. I
IHlllSllANK Sailed Match 19:
H S Aorangi, for Honolulu.
KAHUl.t'l Sailed Match 18:
S. S Arlzonnu. for llllo.
IIILO Anlved March 15:
Sclir. Gamble, fioin Ludlow.
TACOMA Sailed Mar 19:
Sehr Prosper, for K.ilmltil.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mm. 19
8. S Lnterprlse. fmm llllo
Till: LIOIITHOUSi: TL'NDKIt Ku
kill, Captain JnliMin, will leave at !
o'clock toiuoriovv morning for Maul,
when- Captain -Moses, who will hu n
psBwmgei In her, will inakn lipecll(iii
of thu llglithoiiBofl there llcforu re
turning to Honolulu, tho Kukul will
piolong her Journey to Hawaii, where
the llhthuurcs will nl o be I ispcoted
KARLY TOMORROW miirnlug the
steamer Klnnu will anhe from Kauil,
bilnglng, besides the psssengeiH, n
Inigo shipment of aug)r Tho Mntri.i
Ken will nirivo later, ducting, pi.li
nbl) lit 7 o'clocl;,
Till: TRANSPORT Logan silled for
Guam mid Manila this morning at S
o'clock from tho Oceanic wharf. The
piBseiuers before Hailing, wiroi'tuo
nailed bv thu Hawaiian bind.
Till: llAUKILNTINi: S. (I Wilder
which nii'do a passage 'f sKli i n dnvn
from San I'liiuelsoo, anl'ed .vi'Klerdnv
lifteinooii, docking at about 3 o'cloe'.i
THi: STI:A.MI:i: Claudltie will leiv
this nfH moon at r, o'clock fi i Miml
pottr and lllto Flio silU fiom bet
buitli nt the font of Nu'l'inil stloet
Till'. RARKKNTINi: KIILIku. which
Is now Ihlrlv Inn davs out from Port
Ludlow, Is expected to aiiivo soon with
11 load of lumber fin Ihls pott
TlinilAHGi: MOHICAN .,! I. glv
en n gouei il oveili.iulPm o.i t'i, m nine
A Circuit Coiiil Kunini' us i" divouo
of Shln.i .Sad.iinas'i vs Wii-,aliurn Si
damns.! Is published in thl, l-m.
Then II Davles X. Co Ltd Invi
Just received it new slilpim III of Uildv
Rofrlgorntors the iilainlniil iifilgei
nlors for leiuioiuy and servlc Sti
them In the haidw.uo ileparliiii ill
If ou aro not uatlsfl. d with Ihu
milk and cream that von uiu getting
It coit.tinlj iIooh not i oiiio from Pond s
Dairy We doll tor puin flush milk
dallv. Tij us Oidei h phono Hiill
We have Junt opened n big slilpnieni
of hoH' Kulcktrbocker suits anil Kill
glu tlousers, made by the gieaJust
lKi)r" clothiers In thu world. dMor
hiiinei, Stein U Co Sllva's Togg-iy
If the liouseulto will rousull her
cimi'c, slu' will llllil that ho pre feis Ci l.
tennial'H Host Flour to all otheis, be
cause ho gets the host iosiiIIh from It
Older from Henry May d. Co, phono
Algaroha mid ohla dr and se.uoiied
wood makes tho host itovo wood. It
lasts. Ring up tho Uuloii-P.iiilie
TiaiiHfer Co. and send In your nrde.
for a load, cut In iilovu leugllia Phone
r.8, 122 King St
FISH WILL GO
(Continued from Paec 1)
touching here Not onl wore the
(ommltteemen nssuied Unit sin li a
plan would he feasible, hut with oni
accoid tho uugintors offeicd their
services In caiivlng out cxpeilmcnts
It has theiefoio been decided tit
Install a iimple of these tanks on
lioaid a steamer and send a consign
ment of tithes to San PiniiLUto, with
an attendant along to observe how
the) stand the Jouinoy. Should tho
expei Intent he satisfactory, nn nqua
rliini will ho Installed in tho Hawaii
an building at tho Fail, nud llslieu
will be shipped
It will he ncicssary lo tend flesh
Inslalnrnts lij nliuost ovety steniner
to leplaco those that may die out,
hut even ut that rnto It Is not bo
lloved that thu exhibit will be nil ex
It I nmssaiy that thu expei liiienl
bu made with hiiiio ship which le
UialiiH heru suvoral iIiijb, us tho lieu
essarj. tuuliu anil plant (annul he lli
slnlled on tnoshoit nollce Tho Oie-
null ( uiiipiiiiv bus olfaiud to c.trij
i lii' tmilvs fuo of i h.u ge on thu lu
liluiln Il la liopiid to have ovui tilling In
ii'liillnoh.1. do that tho (list expuilmun
i ln) B,Uiiiiout uiu ho lunde uoiim tlm
nijuui the inliUllo or next month
V T Collins Who Is well liii.iun In
lilkd.iiii Is ii vl. inn 111 It. niiiulii ii
ariliuil tuitii) in w Aluuiodii
' ThurMlny. .March 18.
llkt S G. Wilder, .laekwui, ft urn San
FrnliclKiO, 3. 15 p m.
Kildn. Mauli 19
O S K. Alamodii, Duwdoll, fioiu San
' TliutBiMj. Mnieh 18. '
Ilk. S. C. Allen, Wllficr, for San
III. S S. Kiiiiiiiun, Stringer, for Now
Zi'.iliind, 12 in.
Hlmr. W. G Hall. Gregory, for
Kauai. iV2(l p. in ...
A -II. S S. Texan, Hull, for kiihulul.
.' 2ii p m.
Filday. March 19
I'. S A T. I.i'g'i'1, Htlusoii. for Ma.
nil. i, 8 n. m.
' Slmr. Clnudliio. Ilonnctt. for Muul
i nil Iliwall, .' p nt.
i SAIL MONDAY
11 M S. Horn. Nugent, for Moxlco,
.i. in., prolnbly.
II M 8. Cambrian, lew en, for Moxl
co , n m , probably.
P-r S S Alameda, from San Fran
eh co. March 19 J. II. Aretidt. II l:.
Haines, Willis Pass. Mib. linos. H N.
Robo, C. llolvln Mlss'i: L. Cnrpoiiloi.
I-. 11. Carroll. F. T. Colllna, J A Dn.n
hue. W. II. Kletchei, Mis. rielher, M'bh
M. F Flood. W. S rrnj.no. Dr. 8 C.
Glln-on Mm Gibson, Dr. (Hurler. Unlit
Hamel, Mm. Iliinol, Master Hamol,
Pi of. C i: Hart. Mrs. Hint, Dr. (1. W.
Hawkins, Jno. I! llavos. Mm. Hajos.
3 r. limit. Ralph, T. Jonea. Samuel
I'liieH, I. M Judd. Mrs. Judd, W M.
Kendall. Mrs M. A Kinnody. W. Uu
kiii Miss 11 I hills iv. I). W R Lowe,
Mil Lowe, Ollf l.sholm, L. 11 Mo
Co, mlcli. Mis McCormlck, Mis Gran
vlll" MoGowiiu. Miss McGowan. Mrs
A Mlllmrli. O It Miller. Mib. A. Mont
.nor) Miss Nesbllt, Mrs. W. Now
Imll M. M ()'Shaugiiess, Mis W. H.
Piiilir, Miss i: J Reeves II L. Rlil
dlumosor. J. Roiighnn, Mis. Roughau,
MIfh RoiiKhnn, Mis J M. Schnedler
end two chlldieli. G. i: Shaefer, M.
Sdmllz. J M Shlmeall. Mrs. Shluieall.
t: M Van Trees 'apt. G II WolPng
t ii, Mis Welllngt'Mi Mliu MiGiegiu.
Per stuir. Miiuua lii.i. Klmiison. lor
Maul and Huwall ports. Mar. 19, 12 m.
-C R Rlaeow. Mrs. Kahoopil mid
t( rhil Iron. Junius Cievw J linen
Giubo nnil wire. 8. Kelllnol and wire,
Carl Wldeuiniiu, Jiulgo S. II. Dolo.
'Iiua F Dole, .lumen Dole, Mra J. I.
Pn stmr W G Itall, PodeiKon. for
Ivaii'il, Mai 18. r in. l.lzle Kiieo,
G II I'liliclilld. Mis Kap.ihualakal,
Mrs Win Mnliiik.i. (1 C Ilichoit, II
Kaln Mib II CNkissi ii
Pir Hli.it Claiiillue fur Maul ami
llllo, Mniih 19 Caiitalii I.oieilzen
mil wife l.uev l.luvd Miss Hint. Ninli
AhiM Mi l.ove, C W Aihford mil
wife I, V Cunniln
j PA83ENQERS BOOKED f
Per S S Alamoda, llowdoll, for
San Fiaiii Ism, lo a in Mr. nnd
Mlti Itol.l. See, -Mr nud Mih Flctcli
ii. Miss M Kiaut Mrs Mnttliev.,
Mis Rule, Mis nnd .Miss Schaefei.
(' 1. (in no mid wlfo, Miss M lleili
oi, i and Mis. BMm.ill. Mr. and Mis.
llntrv Meliitlio. II. H nnd I 11 Mc
Caue, Mra Gorilon, MIhs Stanlej. Miss
( Smith, M M OSh inghnissy, Mih
P. I, Weaver. Mis I II Klihiudi.
I'. W I'letihei, M'K Geurlu ami
daughtii, W (I. Rhvno. Mi. nnd Mia.
I) W. 11 Lime, Ml-is Casey, Mini- I.
Wushbctt. F II Cirmll, Miss II. Ca
sey, Mi. Williams, Mi. and Mis. .Mil
ler. Mis K'eiUb. Mis Washout, S I).
Aldlcli, (1 II Muyer, It. II. Thoinp
.1)11. Miss Saundeis, Mrs I. Speucot,
J II Howell i nil wife, Mia G W.
Ilirfne, J J Co.'kett nud wife, J. A
Per M N S S. lllloulatt, for Sin
I'liiiiidtii). Match 2.1 Miss (' Ros
lailek Mrs Penfolil, Miss Al.aua. I!
I Smith Mis J 11 lllch.ll.ls. Mis (',
Tnv lot anil luo i In ilien G V llilme.
W It Ilumo Mn M J Wilson Mis
llcnnci and fmu clill.h. n 1 v :-. 1
ford II Rlei Mi- V I. Weavi i
FATAL ACCIDENT AT
iioiiim .I. nl. ins been lidded to
the li-uuhv list of iieildcnts which
liave oiitiiiul duiillg the piosttll
itioiith (iiiugo Sllvit, an ouiplou oi
Uitlalua plaiiiullon. was InslunlU
I llled h.t being I'lltshod between two
nine ism It appeals that Sllvn was
I'lilng us binkoinuti ou one of the
eaia as u I ruin vwib being hauled out
of n Held In Mime vvuy, Kllvun loot
sllPiied us he Juniprd oniu Hie oai to
el tin. htiiko, and the iilifui tiinul '
liiiin tell betioalh the wheels. HU
In nl wus filttliiftillv crushed, and Its
i x !! l .il nlllliuil nt nine
n Illinium will ho hold lliW uflei
i.oon hi Wain I, in
18-foot Motor Lftuiicli with 4-0ypc
Motor, $170, Oomiifto
HE OHAllI.ES I) WALKERS, 1I0AT
Allll MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp'V'a Sontli St,
gflP 0UULETIN AP8 PAY '$t