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EVENING ntftAETtN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1909
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mas
All visiting members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
HttenJ meetings of local Indies
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvety Monday evening at
7;30 lu I. O. 0 T Hall, Fort Street.
E It. HENDRY, Secretary
r. d w icki:, N". a.
Atl vlsltlug brothers very cordlsll)
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrBt and third Fri
day evening at 7.30 In K. of P. Hall
corner I'crt and Ueretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attend
F. 11 NFGENT C C
It GOSLIMi, K 11 S
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6, D. P. O.
C, will inset lu their halt on Kim
near Tort Street every Friday even
ing. Uy order of the B. n.:
HENIIY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINEUNY, E. It.
v7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, X.ofP.
Meets every 2ud and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'
Hall, cor. Tort and Ueretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
T. M. McGIlEW, C C.
E. A. JACOIISEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, cornei
Berounla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W M McCOY, W. Prost
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R, M.
Mt-eto every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C of It.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPBfi S
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Pert and Queen &ts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
niank hooka ot all sorti, ledgers
cto, manufactured by the llullottu
"The Fashionable Adventures
of Joshua Craig"
Ia III Ornlinin Phillips
"Stung'' liert Davis
"The Red Mous"
W. It. Osborne
"5440 or Fight"
"Comrades" Thoo Dixon Jr.
"A Prisoner of the Sea"
"The Yellow Ood"
It ltiilor Haggard
"The Angel and the Star"
Alexnntlrr Young Building,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee fjroei with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
Beautiful Models Received by
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
The Finest Bathine on the Beach."
Meals At All Hour.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
oda Watet, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 657,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1283 Miller St. M. E. DE 8A
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR H0T1L.
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
Ihe Best Whiskey on the Market
TH0S. F. McTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140 P 0. BOX 7S5
Everything that the Name Implies,
i Office Supply Co..Ud.
I 931 FORT ST. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL .
Don't Iqt time, dust and cockroaches
destroy the value of unusual furni
ture; let a Bulletin Want Ad sell
them for you.
A clean city mean a healthy city,
'leu good auto-hacks fnonu 8.
You will always find your friends
at the Royal Annex.
rum .Mcfauiey iook nui tno racitic
Mnll liner Mnnchurta today
French or German tnught la Ave
nrek" Konm f7, Young building.
Senator Kniidscn nan a visitor on
boird Hie steamship Manchuria today.
Take your carriage nr automobile
o Hawaiian Carriage Manfg, Co, for
i.p to-dato ropairs.
If you ors looking for any ot your
frlomla go to the "Tno Jneki" and
jou'll find them.
Iltom Is selling embroideries, In
sertions nud lares at greatly reduced
prices this week Look nt the window
The trustees of the Ilernlce Pauahl
Dlsliop Estalo h,avn asked that A. W
Carter be appointed to fill the vacancy
In their number
What about jour hat? It's time ll
was seen to. Call on the Expert Hat
Cleaners Work guaranteed. Fort
St opp Club Stables.
Chas Murnskv and wITo have been
down from Putinenc. Mauri, for the
Inst fow da a They returned on the
Milium Ken today Mr. Murasky Is the
head carpenter of the Hawaiian Com
mercial Sugar Co. -
Sweet grapes bcrlng lncs aro for
salo. Seo ad.
During Dr. llowal'n Indisposition Dr.
Monsarrat will attend to his practice.
Our $" Suede Gibson tlo Is Just the
thing for fashionable street wear, and
for oxery-day homo use. Wo have It in
tan, black, and whlto. Mclncrny Shos
R croft's Sodan aro different You
will inner find n flat, tasteless bottle
of soda water that comes from Ily
croft's. Order a caso of our fine as'
sorted Bonus, mono .
Congo Noior Leak Roofing Is the
perfect roofing for all purpnius. It Is
entirely unaffected b) r.ilu, wind, ell
in itlc conditions, and lot Hold by
Lew era Cooko, Ltd.. 177 8. King St.
There Is rmillt) In our shlrta qual
ity that shows In their appearance and
In the wear they gle. Wilson Bros.,
Star, and Cluott shlrta aro worn by
hist dressers every whore. Tho Kash
Co . Ltd.
The French laundry docs the high
est clam of work. All laundrlng Is
done by hand, Laces, feathers, and
gloves cleaned thoroughly without In
jur) 2S8 Ueretanla, noar Emma St.
How foolish It is for a man, ntter
having accumulated a fortune, to lcavo
no will to safeguard It for his family,
or ono that Ih full of flaws! Wo will
make out jour, will froo. Hawaiian
Trust Co., Ltd.
When It comes to five cent cigars,
there is none that can compare with
tho Owl It has a flavor and smoking
quality that compare favorably with
the higher priced Havana brands. M.
A. Ounst & Co, Ltd.
Tho Amberol record will play for
four minutes twlco as long as the
ordinary iccord. A small and Inex
pensive attachment enables nny EdlBOn
Phonograph hut the Gem to play IL
Hawaiian NewH Co, tLd.
CHANG KIM, CHINESE
INTERPRETER, IS OUT
Chang Kim, Chinese, Interpreter in
tho Circuit Court, Is to loso bis Job as
a result of a bill passed by tho pres
ent Legislature. This Is Act 32. which
provides that court officers Rhallvbe
American citizens, oxcept where It Is
practically Impossible to obtain a ell
tzon to fill u position, when a non-clt-Iron
may bo appointed
It appears that a citizen has been
found who can All tho requirements of
Chlnefio interpreter, for tho announce
ment was mado this morning that
Chnng Ktm Is to bo let out and a cit
izen appolmod In his placo. Who the
nuu man Is to bo Is not jet stated.
Fow fortunes are mado by Ameri
cans In Central America because, ot
Count Horman Schcrr-Thoss of Si
lesia to wed Miss Muriel White,
American Ambassador's daughter.
Darnncss Lucille, von Gall, who
passed her )outh In Ban Francisco, Is
dead In Vienna, Austria. A sister Is
an official of tho SanTranclsco Walt
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KING ST, PHONE M5.
THE BEST "FITTEE8" IK 10WR,
Ransom o$10,000 Paid
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 22. Willie Whltln was returned safely
to his father last night after the pajment pf $10,000 ransom.
ItAtttUSIItmO, rn., March 22. The Legislature ha pnssed n bill
offering $15,000. reward for the capture, of the kidnapers of the Wliltln
m i sis i m
I1EHLIN, (lermany, March 22. Count Zeppelin's airship rnrrled
twenty-six passengers 160 miles In f:nir.limirn, It Is hellnvnl the Kalicr
will ask the Reichstag for an appropriation build nn aerial fleet
i s i
CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE TO ADJOURN
SACRAMENTO, Calif. March 22.Tbc deadlock In the Lcgll.ituro
over the Direct Primary hill has ended In n compromise, nnd both
hotircs will adjourn Wednesday night
m i ,.s i cw
PAYNE TALK1 ON TARIFF
WASHINGTON, D C, March 22
Pa) ne opened the debate on the tariff
SANTA IIAItnARA, Calif. March
a site for a winter home here.
THE OSAKA Steamship Company of
Osaka, Japan, will commence, to run
two or three steamers between Jap
ancso ports nud Seattle and Tncomn,
In tho enrly part of July. Tho steam
ers, howovcr, will not carry ptssen-i
gers, but will restrict their business
to the transportation of freight only.
It. I'ukao. representing ton company,
and a through passenger In tho Man
churia, made tho statement today, be
fore the llhcr said for San Francisco.
THE 8TKAMKR W O Hall of tho
Intcrlsland fleot. Is onco more placed
In command of Captain Thompson, her
tegular master, who has sailed lit her
for a long time. When Captain Thomp
son was given a loavc of absence soma
time ago, It was rumored that ho would
not be om ployed l) tho company again
This rumor, however, was cleared
away when he was order by the com
pany to take tho Hall down to Kauai
THE G2FOOT IJvUNCH Louise,
brought down here lu tho Lurllno for
tho Hawaiian Dredging Company, was
given her first trial )csterday In the
harbor. She proved to be a fast craft,
Aa sooans sho Is fittod up with now
Improvements, she will bo taken down
to Pearl Harbor.
Till? 11KM2NH. Contain Nelson, .in.
rartcd for Hawaii this afternoon with
. lrff n,mlnm.nl nf rnrm r,,r Ih..
a largo consignment of cargo for thu
Island ports. Sho will first go to Mu-
huknna and then to the other H;mn
THE MAUNA KEA, Captain Free
man, sailed today at noon for Maul
ports nnd llllo. Bhe carried a largo
number of passengers who aro going
to tho Volcano.
THE KINAU will leave for Kauai
this afternoon nt 5 o'clock. Resides
having a goodly number ot passengers.
she will take considerable freight.
ON WEDNE8DAY morning at 10
o'clock, the, popular liner Alameda will
leavo for tho Golden Gate.
THE 8CHOONBU Gamble at llllo.
Is discharging a cargo of lumber nt
tho railroad wharf.
Per 8. B. Alameda, Dowdcll, for
San Francisco, 10 a. m. Mr. nn.1
Mrs. Robt. See, Mr. and Mrs. Fletch
er, Mln M. Kraut, Mrs. Matthew,
Mrs. Rule, Mrs, and Miss Schaefcr,
C. U Grono and wife, Miss M. liveli
er, Mr. and MrsSklmnll, Mr.and Mm.
Harry Mctntlro, II. E. and J. H. Mc-
Cane, Mrs, Gordon, Miss Stanley, MIsa
O. Smith, M. M. O'Shaughncsay, Mm,
P. L. Weaver, Mrs. J. II. Richards,
V. W. Fletcher, Mrs. Gcarln and
daughter, W. G. Ilhyne, Mr. and Mrs
D. W. U. Lowe, Miss Casey, Miss L.
Wassbett, V. II, Carroll, Miss Tl. Ca
sey. Mr. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Mil
ler, Mrs. Kecks, Mrs. Washorn, B. D.
Aldlch. 0. It. Mayer, It. H, Thomp
son, Miss Saunders, Mrs. L. Bponcer,
J, H. Howell and wife, Mrs. O. W.
Hume, J. J. Cockett nnd wife, J. A.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Plltz, for Mo
lokal, G p. m., March 23. C. A.
Hartwell and party.
Tuenaay, .-Marrii as.
Temperatures 6 a. m, 70; 8 a. m
7J; 10 a. pi., 72; noon, 74; morning
Unromotcr, 8 a, m, 30.20; absnluto
humidity, 8 a,.m,, 4.914 grains per
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 a. in.,
60 per cont; dew point, 8 a. m., 56.
Wind 6 a, m, voloclty 20, dlroctlon
E; 8 a. m, velocity 13, direction E.;
10 a, in, velocity 20, direction E.;
noon, voloclty 20, direction E
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m , trace.
Total wind movement duriqg 24
hours ended n( noon, 430 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Sectlpn Director, Weather Human
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
In Iho Heiu-o today Clnliman
It llairlman lint bought
MAKES BRAVE SHOW
Christian Endeavor Boys
Of Their Own
"Thn Knhnla Midget," the
Monthly of Kohala, now goes to Its
subscribers In real newspnper form
It Is published b) the Ho)k' C E,
Club and the editors are James I'
Html, Kenneth D llond, Warner .1.
Dasscl, J Douglnss llond. Stafford
L. Aurtln, Thomas A Guild, Parker
r Woods, and Joseph Melnccke.
No. 1, Volume 1, of tho Midget
has the following Introductory Hl
torlal nnd news of the district:
Our ambition that Kohala h.ive n
"trill)" newspaper Is nt last ic.ilizcd.
Truo, The .Midget Is an nuiutcur
paper, a Iiojh" affair, full ot Impel-
fictions; ''"t Vfc hopo to prove that
ll R nlUc' nni1 vefc sixteen ounces
i '" ,np pound. IYoni tho keen Inter
test already snowu in me .Miitgcl, we
"" that it Is going to supply a
rfal Me,i ' K,,l,aln nni1 l,n"
I'Onil Of Unloll In tho COIllllllllllty.
It will be a means of education to
tho bo)s, and wo hope that the larg
est number of bo)s possible will sharo
In this benefit: we do not want to
restrict It to a fow bo)s. Ah the de
mand for printing grows for Ko
hala Is bound to develop lu every
good way The Midget offlco will
servo as a manual-training school for
many bo)s As fnst as our printers
grow skilled, we shnll take all tho
job printing that offers.
We bcltcvo that Tho Mldgnt can he
of somo help to overy Interest In Ko
hala, and that it will so become a
necessity to business men, to society,
and tho home, that they would no
moro think of doing without It than
they would of doing without Castorla
or Pear's soap For ono thing, nt
least, It Is about the right size for
curl papers for tho ladles, or Just tho
thing to slip under a looso hat-tmnd.
Long "midge" The Mdgct! Mny It,
booh grow Into a vvcckl) Iludget, and
then to a dally Hlankct!
Watch us outgrow our swaddling
clothes! OUR THANKS
The thanks of The Mldgot office
nr cordially acknowledged to Mr.
Ernest Aekor, foreman of The Chris
tian Endeavor World composing
room, IloHton, for selecting nnd ship
ping our office outfit; to Union
Church for expending considerable
money In fitting up a room for Tho
Midget, to Kohala Plantation for
hauling our goods fiom the rallwii);
to Mr Thomas A. Guild, tho cugl
noor at Kohala, for valimblo soivlccs
In putting our press In good order;
nnd to Mr A A. Wilson of Hono
lulu for n m.iible slab which ho kind
I) donated as an Imposing stone.
THE CHURCH CONVENTION.
Ry the time that The Mldgot Is lu
tho hands ot Its renders, tho conven
tion of (ho Congregational Churches
of tho Island will bo In session in
tho Hawaiian Church hero, Its sca
bious beginning on Wcuncsdii).
The Convontion brings many visit
ors whom Kohala Is glad to welcomo,
ond to watch whom no extiu polite-
nion need bo appointed Among them
will be- Rev. W II Oleson, Becietnry
of the Hawaiian Iloaid, Rev Mr Gu-
lick, tho vetornn superintendent
Japanese work on this Island, Miss
Sweet grapes, bearing vines
V. J Dutru, Magoon Illdg
1 . .. j. I
IN FOREIQN POBT3 I
. Tuesday, March 23.
SYDNEY Aimed .Mm 21 I
I S 3 Moulin, licneo Mnr. C.
'sa.S I HANCISCO- Arrluil Mnr 2.1 '
8 8. China, 9 it, in., Iicmu Mai ID.
Illt.O Sailed Mar. ,21
H 8 Arlzouan for New York vln
W)KOHAM A Sailed Mnr. 20:
8. S Chuo, ror Honolulu.
EAN FRANCISCO ArrlM-d Mnr. 21:
8 8 Mexlcin, from Hallnrv Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhcil Mch. 22.
Schr. Defender, from Honnlpii
SAN FHANC1SCO Sailed Mar 22:
nktliu limg.ird, for Honolulu.
EI.EEI.I' Sailed Mch 20
ll.ixter. the soclnl scttlemeni worker
at llllo, Mr Judd, superintendent of
Kimdnv srlir.nl woiK. Mr, Nakulna.
.....I.I. t ,l,n n 1' ITnlnn. llnv.
I'lLIUVIIl II. .11. . - ..".. -..
Stephen Desha, and others, i
Tho Itllo party c'liutered the Clnu-.
dine and arrived on Monday night.
Others enme by the Maunn Loa, and
On Tuosdil' will have occurmd
ilm minimi mnrert ot tho Girls' I
School under the direction of their !
music tcachei, Miss Clark, assisted
by Miss Horner. It Is sure to huvo
I cen n success.
Tho Hawaiian Chinch here, with
tho ro-operatlon of the Union
Church, nml man) generous perrons
llllircil, 1111(1 Illllll) Ki'lll'liiua in-iriinn,
has made extensive preparatlonu fori
the entertainment ot the ...nfcrenic
lletwecn $250 and $300 have been
raised to defray expenses, llicak
fasts, dinners mid suppers will be
served to all delegatci. In a laniil that
has been built on the cliuidi
grounds. As there will bo surprlso
C E. meetings anil evening sossloiir,
this wll bo n gieat feature, for none
need return home for meals
Among other Improvements, the
Hawaiian Churrli has been lltted up
with angle lamps, at tin expenso ot
over $M) There will be good speaK-
Ing nnd singing, nud tho K'SmIoiis
will be of Interest to the public, who
are cordially lnvllcd In attend.
Rev. William Knmnii of Pnhou Is
moderator of tho ((invention, nnd
David Alnwa secretnrv. lletwecn
lift) nnd slxt) delegates are expect
ed. The thlrty-threo (hurdles on
the Island lire each one entitled to
two delegates (ono the Sunday school
superintendent) bc-ddes Its minis
ter; but lu some en mch tho minister
is also Sunday school Biipcilntcndeiil
It Is not easy to provide for so
man) in a small ((immunity. Mis.
McDougnll, chairman, nnd tho mem
bers of tho entertainment committee,
hnvo worked hard nnd been genci
ously bneked by the people ot Ko
hala. Ono person gave all the pol,
another a beef, and mi oh.
Wo should, of (oursc, be hopeless
of condensing a report of the acres
ot good things In tho ((invention lu
our little turnip-patch of n paper, so
wo advise our readers to attend as
much as possible, nnd get hmid
picked fruits. Canned convention is
poor stuff, nnyvvu)'.
There aro sunrlso Chrlstlin En
deavor meetings, nnd forenoon, aft
ernoon, nnd evening sessions. One
must bo desperatel) hard to please
who is not sillied somewhere They
say tho big guns will lire lu tho
Oh, )cs! Wo fprgot the luiiu,
COOK'S TOURIST PARTY
IS COMfNUTHIS WAY
The Chl)o Maru when tho arrives
hoio fiom the Oileut on thu 29th, will
have n large party of Cook's tomlstr
on board, completing u Jounu) around
tho woild. Though mi airaiiKcmentv
hnvo been Hindu for it stopover hero
tho Promotion Committee will bo on
Iiund with a goodly collection of Ho
uotulit literature, that Iho visitors urn)
mako the best of their time while, thoii.
ship Is In hnrbor,
Soverul other touilst parties wl ir-
rho hero In tho near future, and Sec
retary Wood of tho Promotion Com
mittee has received word that the
most of them will make, a stopover nt
A lurgo amount of mall was sent
away on tho Manchuria today, Uio Pro
motion Committee being forced In
work to capacity lu order to supply
tho demand for Hawaiian lltcruturcv,
which camo from tho mainland
(Continued from Page 1)
It Is openly stnltsl lu the Senate
chamber that the Senators will not
rc-cedo from their position Tho Re
publican House iiu'inbcis say the) will
not accent tlio nun iiilninnt. mi ilium
of,m, nru, rjven If tho Hoiimi should
concur In the Scnato ainciidiiu at tho
Governor would not sign the bill- so
there ) on mo again
This probably means that In order
iu Kc-i uic-ir puj lur uio wurK uio) dlil.
tho Supervlsois' appointees must In
Ftlttile lmllvldii.il HIlltH llg-llllst III"
Count) to lecovei
J5Jy BULLETIN ADS PAY
Monday, Mnrcli 22
I' -M s s Manchuria, fiom tin? Oi
lent. 6 p m
Hi""" Kiiunl, Self, from lllln, B p in
I . Momlny, Match 22.
I jr. N. S. 8. Lurllne, Wtedcii, lot
lllld, S p. lit.
I Tuesday. March 2.1
' Stiur Manila Kei, Ficc-tuan, fr
i 8 8 Mniieliui 1 1, Fitelc, for Sail
I M. N. 3. 8 Illlonlan, Johnson, for
S.tn Francisco, 10 n. m-
I SAILING TODAY i
Stmr. Klniu, Oregorj, for Kami, o
l . . .
p(.r p M 8. S Manchuria, from tno
Oiicnt, Mnrcli 22. For Hunolulil. J.
A. Cole Mrs J. A. Cole, H. IsonherB.
c I. O tborne, T. Salgo, A -I W. Van
Horn, Mrs A. J W. Van Jlorn
Through: W. S Allen. Mrs W. 8. Al-
Ion. Master W. 8 Allen, Miss Ed'Mi
Alls n. llr I. J Atwood, l)r Paul At-
',...,..1 II A V llrl.ut f-li 111. I'll Mttf
ClmiB Pin, II. Davidson, I. W Kraii-
kel. Mrs I W. Frankel. It Fiikao. J.
It (toodiird, Mrs. J It Goodnrd, Mrs.
A A. Graves, Adtuli il V It. Harris,
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" ' ; ""'. ; c- ' ' "
"N . T' " " '"K iU T ,LI,!!,1l1":
M.irter Carl Hlmlc, Muster ThomW"
lllmlo. Mnrlci Norman 1 Unite, Ho Clm.
Miss O Ilodiiefletd, Mrs. C II. Kip, Dr.
II. Kr.t, R Laldlaw. Miss E. L.ildlnw.
A. F. Luke. Mm A. F. Lake. J 8.
Lake. Miss W. C Lake, Paul Licliler,
.1. II. .Martin, F II. Mrduestlou, Miss
M O Mobuie, .1. Morrison, Miss .1.
Pago, (' A. Potter, J A Powell, t. II.
Poclval, I.. Prcni) slaw, Mrs J. Hitch
li.F M Savage. Mis. F M. Savage. T.
F Sliced)-. Rov 8 W Stengel, Mrs. 8.
Simmer and Infant, MIsh Knthcrl'io
Stcngcr, Miss Elbert Stcnger. W II-
Tldnvll, Miss L V Wlillden.
Per P. M. 8. 8. Matiihitrla. for San
Francisco, Mnich 23 Mis E A. Mr
llr) dc. F. K Unwind and 2 servants.
A Haneberg and wife. Mis. Robertson
mid child. W. J. M)ntt nml wlfo, Mm.
C. 11. Henderson, Miss 11 V. Curtis,
.Mis W. D Holt, Mrs W. M. Rose,
Master Rose, J. I. llryiili, wlfo and
laughter, N, S Whetstone nnd wife.
Miss Roro Iluck.iby, L. Schweitzer unit
wire, (3. Cohuui. Mm. ('. L. So) holt,
Capt. J. A Luck, I. A. Nines and wife,
I). II. Palmer, Mm. W 11. Smith mid
two diugliters. Mis. G. T Hamilton,
MIkh Hamilton, Miss Comptnti, Miss
Van Orddi, Mrs. R H Underwood,
Mrs Fi.iuk Knox and diugliters. Miss
V Cain, Mrs Gin 11 Robertson and .1
ilaughteis, C A. Welch mid wlfo, II. J.
llrookH. Ml (1 II Motlc. MIxh I) 8IOI-
er, W (1 Fcuslo) and wife, II S. Men-
ke and wlfo W M Klniilson ami wife,
L W Ntito and wife, Mrs P. I. Weav
er, Miss llartnctt, Mr ami Mis 11 11.
Smith. S Bchwaitz. Mr ltlack, Mrs C.
W Hughes. F 8 Stewart, Mrs. E. 1!
Ilradcn mid daughter, Plerro do 8 OI
ney W Lovo and wife, Mrs A. Mack
intosh, Miss (I Mackintosh, Mrs. J 11
Richards, 1 bos. C (Inrdnei, J. A. Mr
Caskell mid wife. Mis. I Gcarln mid
daughter, C. (1. Il,illeiit)iu, Frank I.
Scfrlt, wlfo nml Infant, W I) Long
jour, wlfo nnd child, Mis K A. Kidl),
Mrs. .1 M.ickn), L, G Fouse and wife,
O. II Monroe nml wlfo, A 11 Miller
and wire. J F. New 1 mil, Mrs. M .1.
Monncttc. Miss Coi.i I) Hall, A. 8.
Nlckertnn, A, G llmison, Picrlilcul
Jocph F. Smith, wlfo nnd 4 datightois,
C W Nlbley, wlfo and 2 daughters,
Mrs A. W. McCuue.
1'pr stmr. Maunn Ken, 1'ieenian,
for Maul nnd llllo, 12 noon, Mmdi
-3 It IivvIji, A, Golsceke, wife, nnd
child, 8 P Would mid wife, Aitluir
Gii), S. Pinker Jr, W 11. Flcltluir
mid wife. Mi mid Mis. II. II. (teu
ton and two (lilldrcn, W. Lanz, Mrs.
I A. Siott, M, M. Got ham, It win
Srott, Miss lllnssmn Moitou, Mrs. S
Kahoktinhlua, II. W Guiiwaldt mill
wife, E. W. Ilirnaid, II Rld.mil, W.
(1 Walker, Rev E 8 Tlmoleo, A. A.
Hermit, N. C Wlllfong. Mis. J. A.
Smith, Mis Mnidiaud, F. S Luck
and wlfo, C E Wright, G. W. Can.
C A. Ileal, ('has Dole, J. I) Dole,
Judge 8 II Dole, S M Damon.
Per M N S S Illlonlan fot H.m
Francisco, Match 23 Miss (3 Ros
tuikk, Mrs Ponfolil, Miss Aknnu, It.
L. Smith, Mis. . I ll Rlchanls. Mrs G.
Taylor mid two dilldien. !. W. Iliiuin,
W It Hume, Miss M J Wilnon, Mis.
Homier and four dilldrcn J W Red
ford, II lllcu. Mrs. P L Weaver
HIS EXCELLENCY HAS
(Continued from Pace 1)
sccicc) Is maintained except In eer
tain quaitors as to who the citulliUlo
Is Soliiiibod) with ll little lullu'iico
at Washington might laUoa kld mil
uptet all Ihe caiufully laid pi ms of
Sea Wrens, .$100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycc
Motor, $17fi, ttemplete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. oppm' South St.
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