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HVBNINO DOltRTIN', HONOLULU. T. II., TIWUflDAY. AI'HII, I ,1 i0.
RMe Croix Retjular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Atl visiting members of the
' Order nro cordially Invited to
'uttend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meet every Moudny evening at
7:30 In I. O. O P llnll, Fort Street.
i;. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
I V. 1). ICKE, N. a.
All vlsltlug brother very cudtallj
0&HU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl'
Joy evening at 7:30 in K. of P. Hall,
corner l-'ort and Deretanla. Visiting
Druthers cordlnlly Invited to attend.
1'. It. NIGENT, C. 0.
It. GOSLING, K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 018, D. P. 0.
E will meet In their ball on Klni
near l'ort Street every Friday even
Ins. lly ordsi of the E. It.:
HENKY C. EA3TON,
V M li McINCRNY, B. 11.
Win. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Heats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
IUI1, cur. Tort and lleretanla. Visit
Inz hmtbers cordl-tlly Invited to at
tend, f. m. Mconnw, G. C.
E. A. JACOliSEN, K. n. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of eacS month at
7;80 o'clock la K. of P. Hall, corner
'DereUnta and Fort strata.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
leudt W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOP.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythlaa Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
CEO. SANDERSON, Sachem
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
The best assortment ever
fhown in the city. STYLES
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Leave your order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and shiets.
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or Cockroaches la llcr'Homfc.
Nothlnr l more dlwourwlnr to the careful
bnuMkMr linn lo have rata, eoeiiroeciiti or
oilitr mmln la her huiue, eipocltllr whoa ibe
Asr oooin! of this kind li entirely ed-
i ! It ae will eil Uk ol 8l erne ' Klaeirle JUl
and lloacti rtle, uhleb will drive rata end nle
out ol the boum to die end rid the bone ot the
cockroach tit In ilnitle nunk
When you bo to the tor tor an exterminator
I for rata or eockroacbe. do not take anrtbtaf
I bulStcarnt'Kuytrlel'aiie. It li the onlr one
that le aold under a guarantee to relund the
mooer U not ailUfactory. It li reedy for uae
and doe not hate to be mixed with other thine a,
and as It la In peite form, II cannot blow on the
food like the powders aometlmea uea.
Stearin' Eloctrlo Pane la lold everywbere. of
rnt irrrnt nrrvriJ on roceliit of price. I oe.
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Soda Watet, delivered to ofBoe and
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AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
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LOCAL AND iENEIiL
Orders for the Industrial Edition
of tho Evening Bulletin will
be taken by any of the B n 1 1 e t in's
newsboys, at fifty cents a espy.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono 6. '
Mr and Mrs J T Warren enmo In
on tliu Siberia.
Mrs. W C. I.ion and son IJwell ar
rived by the Siberia this morning.
E A Mclnerny and W, 11. Mclnerny
arrived tills morning In llio Siberia,
James tngtls. f Olaa, Hawaii, la In
town anil Intends leaving for Scotland
It. II Taylor of tho Washington sec
ret service, came In on tho Siberia
Knliolollo, Davis and Chrlstonson
each had to dig up four dollars for
drunkenness this morning, -
If you want your hat cleaned right
send It t the Expert Hat Cloancrs,
Fort street, npposlto Club Stables,
Nnhoka parted with , seven hard
earned plunks at tho 1'ollco Court this
morning, for mopping up too much
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
ana preservative properties California
Feed Co.. ugonts.
Joo Wall a was sentenced to sixty
days on tho reef by Judgo Andrade
thin morning. It appears that Wahi
had stolen 112 from a Chlnoso restate
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wranoed
ready for mailing, ou cent at a u I-
I e 1 1 n office.
' e e
Delegates Will Represent
Tho Washington Star of March 20
publishes tho following regarding tho
recent order against the lobbying trips
of Territorial Governors:
Territorial officials In Alaska, Ari
zona, New Mexico, Hawaii And Porto
KICo aro going to get a little shock
In a few days when they recelvo an
official order from Secretary Ilalllnger
of the Interior Department Informing
them that In tho tuturo thoy must re
main In their terilturles except In
cases of emergency.
Secretary Ualltngur called jit the
Whlto Homo today an J his contem
plated order no doubt received tho ap
proval of President Taft.
No explanation will be given In tho
order of Hie Becrctary, but It will be
emphatic enough for territorial off)
clals to understand that they aro to
mako their headquarters at their re
spective stations and not In Washing
ton and other points. .
, The order Is Intended to put an end
to dovomors land other territorial offi
cials coming to Washington during
sessions of Congress and stranding
many ninths hero lobbying for the
passage of measures or for statehood.
Some Notable Instances.
Durlpg the session of Congress Just
ended Governor Hogatt of Alaska
spent three months In Washington,
frequently appearing, at tho Whlto
House and being seen almost dally In
the halls of the Capitol, He appeared
as representing tho Interests of Alas
ka as to legislation. Governor Curry'
of New Mexico, who was a rough rid
er, spent several monihs h'ustlng for
statehood for Now Mexico, and a num
ber of other officials of tho Territory
Joined him. Governor Klbby of Ari
zona was In evldenco In this city a
goou part ot tho time during the ef
forts for statehood.
A fow days ago Ellas Clark. Attor.
ncy Qoncral of Arizona, arrived In
Washington and did some work for1
tno rcappolntcment of Governor Jlhby
as Governor of 'Arizona, and vls'lts are
rrequently mado to Washington for
this and similar purposes.
Delegates Enter Protests.
Tho Delegates In Congress from the
tespectlvo Territories havo com
plained about tho work of Territorial
officials for many years, Thomnn kno
wh6 was tho Delegato from Alaska In
the last Congress', did not' conceal his
objections tottho presence of Govern
or lloggart In Washington. The Del
egates havo claimed that thoy woro
sent to Washington to represent the
i orriioncs, ana tnat tbelr efforts wero
often opppscd by tho Governors, Unit
ed Statps attorneys and others from
tho Territories, thereby causing hon-
.ln, --.I - 1... -,l.
iin-i. uuu fiuiierunr taiiuro in putting
From the Territories also there havo
been complaints of the absence of the
Governors and other officials, uusfhoBH
being somotlniOB suspended for weeks
until tho return of tho absentees, Mr.'
Dalllnger believes tho Territories aro
entitled to bottor servlco from their
officials than this, and his order will
break up a habit that had begun to
attract much attention.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
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CHICAGO, III, Mnrrh 31 - E II lliirrlmnn, In nu Interview ad
tines the newspapers to stop talking nbmit the regulation of railroad"
nnd Insist Hint the people begin regulating Hie government, which, lie
declares, Is wasteful and txtrntnguut Governmental methods, Mr liar
rlman says, would bankrupt any private liuslneiwi
WASHINGTON, I). 0, Mnrrh 31 - Tho turtles of the Insurgents mi
tho tariff matter are worrying the leaders. Cannon nnd Pnynn lme ap
pealed to Hie President to bring the recalcitrants Into line.
EL PASO, Texas, March 31. Iloth Mexicans nnd Indians have le
velled In Chihuahua because the government Is levying it tnx of three
cents a day on work nxen and horses.
MILITARY PRISON BURNED
1X)IIT I.EAVENWOIlTH, Kan., March 31. The military prlriin hero
ha been partially destrojed by fire it I n lots of 1200,01)1). There were
OODEN, Utah, March 31 The Overland train was wrecked
here this evening. Klvc cars were burned and two people, killed.
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GANT ASSORTMENT OF EASTER N0VELTD2S EVER
BEEN IN HONOLULU BEGINNING
PANORAMA EGGS, EGGS IN NESTS. BUNNIES,
Handsomely Colored CANDY EGGS and
Cunning Little CHICKS.
Hot X Buns
Delivered to residences early GOOD FRIDAY MORN
ING. ORDER TODAY.
THE PALM CAFE,
HOTEL NEAR UNION STREET.
Homer and common pigeons aro for
sole. Phono 1087.
A gold watch and fob havo been lout.
Bco ad, this Issuo.
K,red V, Klfln haB taken chargo of
tho Paragon Market and will run thu
stand at tho samo location, catering es
pecially to family trade.
At tho regular meeting ot Hawaiian
Trlbo No. 1, 1. O. II. M.JioM this even
ing thero will bo work In the Chief's
degreo nnd a social to follow.
During tho month of April, appli
cant)! for membership In thu Harrison
Mutual .Association will bo received,
on payment of one-half tho usual fee.
Tho wireless telegraph has como In
to rcqufsltlon for all kinds of commun
ication with steamers at scu and with
othor Islands, Tho rates aro surpris
tor tno nnest pictures, in originals
and prints, seo thoso at Gurrey's. Pic
ture framing done in an artistic man
ner and at reasonable prices. Pay us
a visit, and see our work,
If, you nra' not BOtisned with tho
quality of tho milk you get from your
milkman, try tho Pond Dairy. Richest
and purest milk and cream In Honolu
lu, delivered dully. Phono 890.
Th,o April number of tho Delineator,
the world's fashion leader, Ib offered
freo to al who will subscribe for ono
year, beginning with the May number.
One year's subscription, $1. Six
months' trial subscription, 50c. Sachs'.
HASKELL CHAR0E8 M3CON.
DUCT. Muskogeo, Okla., March U.-
Misconduct In tho Koiloral Grand Jury
land Investigation Is charged by Gov
ernor Charles N. Haskell In motions to
quash tho Indictments charging htm
and othor prominent Oklahoma men
with land frauds. Notice ot tho mo
tions wero servod tonight on Assistant
United StatCB District Attorney Qregg.
Blank books of' all sorts,
etc., manufactured by ttia
'JAPANESE BREAKS LEG
IN STRANGE MANNER
Pugltawn, a Japanese, wits badly
Injured by being run over by a dray
this morning. It appears that thu
unfortunate man was riding nlnng
King street on his bicycle when In
soifle manner he fell directly In front
of the wheels. Thu driver of thu
wagon, Manuel Ledd, states that ho
knew nothing of the accident until
ho heard the Japanese crying out.
I.edd at ouco stopped Ills drny nnd
went to thu assistance of the Injured
Kugltawn was removed to tho
Queen'B Hospital, where It was found
that he had a broken leg mid sevoral
II. II, Smythe, a member of tho Ka
uai Liquor License Commission, has
sent In hh resignation to tho Govur
nor, giving ns his reason that ho
Intends to leivo the country, TIiIh
makes one moro vacancy for tho Gov
ernor to Illl.
Governor l'rear Intimates that he
has selected ono man to fill ono ot
the vacancies on the Oahti Board ot
Commissioners, but gives no hint us
to who the man is.
Circuit Judgo Hnblnson was today
designated by Chief Justice Krcar to
bo Judge of the Court of Land Iteg
Istnttlon. This Is In accordance with
the action of the House of Represen
tatives cutting out the upproprlntlrii
for the land court, which Is mado
part of the Circuit Court,
185 editorial rooms 25G busl.
nets office. These aro the telephone
number of the Bulletin office.
IN FOREIQN POrtTS
I Wednesday, March 31, 1809.
(JAVIOTA Hailed Mar 23
II. H. Iloxrrrsiiis, lowing Monterey,
SAN l-'UANCIBCO- Aruve.1 March 31.
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SAN KUANCISCO Sailed Mnieli 41
Ilk It. P. Hllliet, for lllln,
MAIL NEWS REVIEWED
IN TERSE PARAGRAPHS t
JOHN H. STARIN DIES. New
York, March Ti John II. Hluiln, thu
noted steuniBlilp owner, died today lit .
his hiilue, uged 84.
APPOINTS RECEIVER. Carbon, I
Nov., Mnrch 22, George 8. llnll nf Itu- j
no wits appointed receiver today for all j
tho branches of thu No mid Ormsby
county bunks by Jndgu l-angnn. Hit
bond wits fixed nt $3aU.IuO.
PLANS TUBERCULOSIS HOSPIT
AL. Washington, "March 22. An n-
proprlatlun u. $2SO.ooO for tho entali-
llshinent of it national tuheiculosls sun-'
Itarlum In thu State of Colorado Is pro
vided for In it bill Introduced liv ltep )
resenlnllvo Snlulh today I
FAVORS CITY NICKtL THEATER
Chicago, March 22 New light Is1
thrown on the fi cent (dealer problem I
by Mrs. William I. Thomas of thu Juv
enllu court women's committee, who
urges tho establishment nf u "iiiuiilcli
ul nickel theater,"
R.US30-DRITIGH PACT DENIED j
Uiiulon, Mutch 22. Thu foreign ulllce
tuditv denied tho statement fioni St..
Peteisburg that Gieat llillalu has'
made a communication to Hussion th.it i
Is tantamount to it proiKisal tnr it po-1
lltlcul nnd (lnmiclnl alliance.
HUDOLPH VON FENERES DIES'
llerlln, March 22. Rudolph on ke,n
eies, one of the must eminent physi
cians of German), died hem today iih '
it lean It of an operation lor gallstones. '
He Kits h)slc!uu to the lute Empress
Kredeilek nnd to Chancellor Son Hu-'
VETOES ANTI-PLEDGE DILL.
Oltlnplu, Wash.. March 22. Thu anil-
iiIihIl'. Iilll llilrli lit t ft.tti lili.,1 In itlu.
quality for any ofllcti ot leglslntlto'
tliarucier catiilldutes who signed n
pledge to support nuy purtlciitar mean-'
me, wuu vetoed by tiding Goieinor M.
IC, liny today. I
REQUISITION FOR BEATTY. Col-
iimluis. On., March 22. Governor Har
mon today honored the icquinltlon of
thu Governor of California for the re-;
turn fiom Dayton to Los Angeles of
George Realty, rhurged villi Mleulllig
I29.7U0 from thu First Nullonul Rank
TAFT APPOINTS SOLICITOR GEN
ERAL Washington, March 22. Pres
ident Tuft announced today that hu
will appoint Lloyd Doners soloellor
general, vice Henry llo)t, n-hlgned.
uowuro Is general counsel for tho Chi
cago and, NorlhuuHterii lullioud with
hcudqiiurtcru at Chicago.
8KATINO AN ANTIDOTE. Willi
sail, Wis.. Murch 22. According to
Chief of Pollco Thomas Mtilnnu tho
roller skating crnzu which titertook
tho city last fall has developed Into an
effective antidote to Intemperance. Its
attracting power Is decidedly stronger
for young men than saloons,
ABANDONS POLITICAL HEAD
QUARTERS. Wnhhlngtiill, March 22.
- Kormer Governor Hill of Muliiu, net
lug chairman nf thu Uepiibllcnn Na
tional Committee, announced today
that thu huadqiiarlciH nf tho commit
tee In Washington would hu aband
oned after thin month and continued
111 Chicago with Secretary Huyuard In
RHODES SCHOLARS ENTER
TAINED. London, March 15, Ambus
fcudor nnd Mrs. Held entertained thu
American Rhodes scholars at luncheon
today. Tho Htudeuts wero accom
panied by Dr. mid MrH. Georgo Robert
Parkin and t-evernl Oxford professors.
Toasts wero drunk lo King Edward
nnd President Tuft.
MAN 8HOT TO DEATH. Now
York, Mnrch 24. Josuph Guiiuro, n
cigar maker, wits shot and killed today
In it fusllado nf bullets from seven
Itullnus. Flvo men wero arrested.
IRA SANKEY'S SON DIVORCED.
Now York, Mnrch 24. Mrs. Ornco I..
Sankey has obtained a dlvnrco from
John B. Sankey, tho eldest sou nf tho
luto Ira I). Sankey ,tho famous evan
gelist. TWELVE VAIN BALLOTS Spring
field, III., March 24. Aftor twelvu Joint
ballots today the Legislature found It
self still In a deadlock over thu selec
tion of a successor to United States
BOY'S WEIOHT TOPPLES HUGE
ROCK. Mlddletown, N. V,, Mnich 15
A balanced rock weighing two tons,
which hits been ono of thu curiosities
In Tuxedo park, was upset by a small
boy yostprday afternoon, crushing him
beneath Hs great weight ami causing
MODJKSKA IMPUOVES Los An
goles, Mnrch 22, The latest leports
from tho bedside of Mine. Helen Mod
Jesltn, who Is III at her homo ut Bal
boa near the ocean with it complica
tion of Brlgltt's disease and heart
trouble, nro to tho pffoct that sho is
Sea Wrons, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-0ycic
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opjvn1 South. St
Tliursdii) Apill I
Ami. flagship. Inlill.
!l .in it m Admiral
II I J M H
II. I. J. M. 8. Sayo, Hntn, f roiii o
knsiika. li:.10 n. in.
Htmr. Clnuillile, lleunett, fnitu Ha
waii nnd .Maul, 5:o4 a. m.
HI mr. Ualaiil, Mllchell, from lliiuo
kaa. 'J it. m.
4 : :
Per S. S. Slbeila, from Hnn I'riin-
cIhcci. April 1 I'nr IIiIikiIiiIuT J. II
Ailiiokii. O. A. Aiclilbnld. Mrs. ,1. B.
Ashe, Miss Elizabeth Bender. Miss
Edit lleronlo. A. .1. Bolting. Mrs. V,. II.
Brnwii, S B. Ciilitiell, Mrs. S. II. Caii
iipII. Mist l 11. Carpenter, ('apt. P. A.
Collins. 15. T Duvles, John C. Davles,
T. M. IMleH, II. M. Dickson. C. du R"l,
C. 1). Gulhrnith, Mrs. C. I). Galhriilth.
Miss Ethel' Guy, Miss Juniilo Gay, N.
A. Gladding, T. T. Orenves, James
Grelg, E. W. Hammer. Mrs. E. W.
1'. tinnier. Muster Sheldon Hammer,
MIvk Bernlce Hammer, II. Hedemunii.
liny Hiilbert, V. G. Hiiiiimell. Mrs. 1".
G. llummell, Adolph Imherger. C. I..
Jones, Mrs. C, L. Jones, Geo, II. Kram
er, Mrs. Geo. II. Kramer. Miss Edna
-M. C. Kriisp, (iiumi l.llliinknlanl anil
inuld, W. 1). Lowell, Mis W. C. Lynn,
Muster Ewell Lyon, W. II. Melnrii,
E. A Mclnerny, Miss E. Meliieiny, W.
Moirell, Mrs. W. Moirell, -Miss Mar
garet Murphy, (', Neumann, 11. E.
Newlands, M. I)., Mrs. C. II. Olson.
Edv. I'tillltz, Aubrey Robinson. Mr.
Aubrey Robinson, Miss Eleanor Robin
son. Master Lester Robinson. I. Rosen
be li;, W. J. Schoonberger, Dr. II. 11.
Shelfeld. T. Titknliiishl, Hit hard II.
Taylor. J. A. Tyrur, Curl t'hllg, IKdhert
Utter, J. T. Warren, Mrs. .1. T. Wurreii.
X. Wheuler, Mrs. X. Wheeler. Mrs. M.
I White, Master Sydney While. Miss
A. Wlckstrom Miss Berlhn It. Young,
pur Yokohama: C. S. Averlll, Miss
Louisa II. Boyd, E. J. Cowan, Harry
II. De, Uiss, Mrs. Hurry II. Du Loss,
Dr. A." C. Pones, Mrs. A. C. Jones, (!.
rujlliiiru, Jos. W. GIImoii, Mrs. Jos. W.
OIImoii. S. I). Hepburn, Mrs. S. I). llen
burn, Prof. T. A. .lugger, Mrs. T. A.
.Inggjr, Elmer Junes, Mrs. Elinor
Jones, G. I. Kt'lrn, Mrs. O. I. Kelrn, T.
Kino. J. J. Kline, .Mrs. A. I.engfclder.
Miss E. Luiigfehler, Elmer Leoisihl,
Mrs. I,. W. Messer. A. P. -Miller, Mrs.
A. P. Miller, J. II. Morse, Mrs. J. It.
Morse. (). A Poole. Sirs O. A Poole,
Miss Dorothy Powell, I. I. Pje, O. It.
Il.ibbelhge, A. W. Bchiootcr. K. Tnni.
Mis. C. II. Tliorn, Alfred S. Tiihbs,
Mrs. Airred 8. Tulili.c. Miss Annie E.
Wheeler. W. A. Wilson, Kor Kuho
Geo. S Beebu, .Mrs. A. Coors, Allan I,
(lieeiiu. Miss V. C. Guilford, Mrs. N
St. C. Jones. Pur Sliunghul: Henry
V.. Baker. Dr. Agnes M. Uartitliurs. Low
flilan, Y. Liang, Por lliingknng: A
I.. 1 l.i brock, W. K. llentnii, Mrs. W. K.
Bintnii, W. II. lIrov.ii .Mrs. W. 11
Brown. Mrs. Jennie Drown, C. I.. Briiii,
Dr. W. W. Cndliury. Mrs .1. D. Champ
lii, .Mrs. II. E. t'ollnn Win. J. Critten
den, Mrs. Win. J. Crittenden mid nrtlil,
D L, Culliini, Geo. F, D.tvls, lliyum S.
Dlckeuoii, Miss Guruldllio Pot his. Mis.
James Mirbls, Mrs. T. W Gillllth, 1'. C.
Hutch, K. J. Hewlett, Mis. K. .1. Huw
lett. Gen. Hume, Miss Lucy B. Leu. E.
Letensou. Miss Sophlu E. I.evenson,
MIhm B. G. MrEwen, Miss II Mnrils.
J. I.. Nnglo. if. T. Nnsh. Mrs. It. l-
Nnsh, Miss N. A. Peeler, J. Poster
Rhodes, It. II. ltohson, W. Masaey
Ruyils, A. C. P. Hhoeninker, Mrs. A. C.
P. Shoemaker, Mrs. V. O. Schumacher.
C. Schrnubstadter. Mrs Aguslii
Sohruubstudler, Miss E. ('. Towum.
Miss C. Vim Vorst, T. E. Wulker, Mrs.
E. E. Wulker. Miss Aleeim Walker,
l.osey J. Wlllluins, Harold Winter
botham. Per Minr. Cliiudlne, from Hawaii nn 1
Miiul, Apill 1. .1. 11. Kuliihlokulnnl, O.
II. Davis C. Thomson. Ah Chong. (J.
Q. Bradford, Mlrs A. Jolinsnii, K. Sj
knl, II. Giiuriero, Mrs. V. A. Vetlesen,
B T. P.irnui nnd wife A. K. Nahoolo
luia and wife. II. Howard. W. C. Moore.
L. M. King. S. M. Kuiiiiknniil, Mrs. W.
A. Klltu, Mix, M. A. Medeira und 2
chlldien, E. II. Wodcliouse, Miss Lucy
I.loyil, Ituv. M. K. Nukiilnn. wire ami
child, Itov. E, S. Tlnioleo, W. A. Kin
ney, Itev. II. P. Judil, Hev. W. II Ole
son. Jits. Lynch, Goo Lip, J. Kullno,
and 51 deck.
I'or Ihe Orient iu... M ll......
April 1. Col. E. W Gllburt and wlfo."
j. i.. .mci;uiiuii nun wire, n, i:, Nixon.
.1. J. Vim Nnstrmid, K. S. I.iisk uud
wire, J. B. Wilbur and wire, Win. J.
Bailey, It. W. Whlnfleld uud wlfu. Mrs.
W. 11. earning ami daughter. Miss
M. Stow, C T. Ilnynton, wlfo nnd
daughter, (lath. Kalrlcu, It. II. Collier,
Mary Christ. A. D. King and wire, Mrs.
Geruldliui King, W. T. Eltlng and wife,
W. K Elslug,
Per Htmr. W. G. Hull, Thompson, i'or
Kniuil. April I. It. Mcllryde, Piu
vis, MIbs M. B. Wittei house, Alan Wil
cox, Geo. Wlllfong, P. H. Doilgo, C, W.
Ashford, J. V. Colburn, A. Dawney, P.
STANDARD OIL FINED DufTaTo.
N. Y., Muich 16, Kedorul Judgo llaz
ell today denied tho motion nf tho
Stnnilard Oil company tnr a now til.il
and Imposed t flno of $20,000. Tho
case hluged on tho Standnrd'H ncctipt
Ing concessions from railroads on ship
ments of oil rroni Oleuii, N. Y., U
points In Vermont.
CRUSADE AGAINST riATR Ttn.
ton, March 23. Boston Is to havo n
cnisadu against nits blinllnr lo iho
one conducted In Sun l-'ranclsrn, Sev
ern! well known women hnvo become
Interested In the proposal, mining them
Mis. T J. Ilowlker, a sister of tho pies.
Idem elect of. Harvard.
Jjy BULLETIN AD3 PAY