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BVENlNfJ BUILETIN, HONOLOLTJ, T. II., ITUDAY, APnil. 23, 1905.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Recjular.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Perfection Repalar 7:30 p. tn
Honolulu Chapter Patt Matter
and Most Excellent.
All Tliltlne members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
nttemt me'tlngs of local lodgei
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets srary iionday ovenlnc it
J:l la 1. O. O. V Hall, Tort Street.
K. It. HENDItY. Secretary
r. u. wickk. ;i. o.
All Tliltlng brothsra very cordially
BAHU L0D0H, Ho. 1, K. or P.
Meet every nrat a-nd third Prl
Jay evenlne at 7:30 In U. of P. Hall,
corner Fcrt and lleretanla. VUltluj
sruthera cordially Invited to altond.
T. 11. Nt.OG.NT, C. C.
11. GOdl.I.NQ. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, IJ. P. 0. E.
lloaolulu Lodgo No. 616, 11. V 0
l'.lkt, inewts In iliolr linll, ou Kins
Btreeit, near Tort, every Friday even
tng. VlsitltiK llrotuew ro cordially
hutted to nttcnil
C A DOfTlllTT. R. II.
II. C T.ASTO.N, Secy.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Uvita every 2nd and 4th Saturday
eienlue ut 7:30 oclocx In K. of I'.
Rail, cor. Tort and Heretanla. Vlall
Ins brothers cordl-illy Invited to at
T. M. McOItKW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOH3CN, K If. 3.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. X.
Umis on tha 2nd und 4th WKI j
KBSDAY evciilusa of each month at
TltO o'clock Is IC. of P. Hall, corner
Beretenla and Fort itreeti.
Visiting Eaglea are Invited to at-1
W. M. MfCOY, W. Trest.
H. T. MOOI'.E. 3ccy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. X.
lieeta every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ei I
Pythias Hall. Vltttlns brothers cor
dially Invited to nttnnd. .
GEO 8ANDEHSON, Sachem
E, V TODD, f otn ' i
'" ' ' '
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Lisve your order for a bos
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kin; and Fort Streets.
All kindi in rolls and ihwti.
AMXRICAN-HAWAI1AH PATHS i
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Ms., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George 0. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
ORDER A CAFE BY PHONE 270
t C0NTRA0T0R and BUILDBR.
PLUMBING and PAINTIKG.
r 0Qe: Honolulu Paintinj Co., SSI
glng at.; P. 0, Box 914.
X Dlanlc bootk of all sorts, ladgers
ea,, manufacturod by tha Ilullotln
for Magazines, News
papen, and Periodi
cals. Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0,
MRS ROSEKBERQ YOUKO HOTEL
Chaa. B.. Frazier
fhone 371. 128 King St
WHAT YOU QET IN
Quality is uppermost.
HOTEL near UNION.
In Every Home
where there are children,
there ought to be a
And also in every home
where there arc no children.
only more so. (
Completa Outfit! from $20
to $200 1 and tenne are.
ca.y. Como in and sale.
Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd.
COR. FORT and MERCHANT STS.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
JUST AS THE
Listing and Adding
is the moet advanced of all,
lead tho modern typewriters.
Hawaiian News Co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The most pleasant way to ak
a mfliihini to occupy an unrentca
'room is to let a'BulleHn Want
Ad. do it for you.
Ten good autohncks. Phono 0
Jus V Morgan 1as had n seven)
cold imd U now Improving
Al. Thurlow of Ilia Hoyal Anne
serves the flnost meals In town.
I? you are looking- for any of your
frlendj go to the "Two Jacks" and
you'll find them.
Take your carriage nr automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, toi
Marshal Hendry In still severely sick
nt thu Moihlzukl chili, where he linn
been for the past four weeks
The members of the House or Hop-
resentnllves will visit the Kallhl Ue-
celvlng Still Ion this afternoon
Secretary II. P Wood or the llnwnll
Promollon Committee mid his wife left
last evening for Knual, where they will
upend a week
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrarj-oed
ready for mailing; 00 cents at U u 1 -1
e t i n ofloc.
l)r T Mltnmura has been elected
I resident of thu Japanese Medical As
soclntlnn, succeeding Dr. Kntsukl,
whose term of office expired last week
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
Tou will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Those who "know what tho Governor
will do with the appropriation bill
stale that ho Mil veto the Items for
Circuit Court biHHTs und assistant
Mr Haughton whose vagaries has ro
quired tho attention of I'le pollco nil
thorlllcM, tins not licuu In the cmploi
of the Manufacturer'n Shoe Company
for three months past
8 E l.lndsn) of Atexnnilri, Vn., has
written to M.ior Peru to learn. If
possible, the whereabout of his toil
brother Charles N l.lnils.iy, who wns
last heard fioiii in this city
"Hilly" l.ower. tho well known
sKirt from llonoknn, In In town on n
business trip Ho reports everything
In good order nlong the IlanuiKii.i roast
mid the cane ns looking splendid
Adeline P. Anderson has filed suit
for divorce from her husband, Arthur
H Anderson, who. she hays, has de
serted her and failed (o provide for
her support She lust heard from 111 in
from Sacramento In 1902, when ho Kent
her six dollars.
The combined suits of Nlslil Oka nud
Yoshlmura ngalnst tho Itniild Transit
Compiny for $3000 damages each nro
on trial In Judge Ho Hop's Court. Tho
two Japanese iiPegi' tint Ihej were In
a rlgh which was ttm In u atreet
car nud Hint the wre lining d idis-
Ically and mental y to the tuno of
JSnou each Mngoon & Weaver nnrt
l.lElitfoot nro nppearing for Iho plain
tiffs, the defendaiit compaii) Is re pie
seiited by Cnstlo & Wllhlngtoii and
John Cathcnrt. ,
A court notice In tho matter of the
estate of Agatha Nott, deceusud, up
pears In tjils Issue.
Thu must Important function of n
trust company Is that of acting as
trust o under u will, Hlshop Trust Co.
will draw up a will for ou free of
We deliver tho very flnost wood mill
coal for homo use. Our stovuwood is
On nud seasoned nfcaroba und olila,
the best wood for a good, steady heat.
Union Pacific Transfer Co, Ltd.,
Sack suits nro tho commonest gar
ments worn by buslndss men, that's
why you should gut Hart, gchaffner Ac
Marx sack suits, becausu there Is noth
ing common looking about them Sold
by Silva's Toggery.
THE ROYAL THEATRE.
Hnnnllan Hula girls aro tho feature
of tho program this woek nnd standiiiR
room only Is tho sign hung out. This
Is tho only placo u town where tho
hula can be seen with approprtntu
music, beautifully danced. Strangers
In town should not miss this oppor
tunity. a m
Prldny, April 22
Temperatures G a. in., 70: 8 n. m..
7C; 10 n. in, 71; noon, 70; morning
Ilnronio.ter, 8 n. m, 3010; absolute
humidity, 8 a in , 5 801 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
C2 per cent; dow point, 8 a. m., 01.
Wind 6 n m., velocity 10, direction
K; 8 a m, velocity 10, direction 13;
10 n. m, velocity 9, direction N. IC;
noon, velocity 15, direction N n.
Itnlnfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
in . 01 Inch
Total wind movement during 21
hours onded nt noon, 21!) miles.
yni B. 8T00SUAM,
BaaMon Viretof, WoaOief "IhawaU.
n s i
Dlank bonks of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
m ' 'iMl'iu man n i .1 v.
BE YOUR TAILORS
New Spring Patterns
Expert Now York Cutter,
W W. Ahana Co.,
02 King St. Fhone 521,
Rebate Law Does Not
Apply To Sfeartisliips
SN ritANCISCO, Cal, Apr)! 22
that tho Interitntc Commerce law does
Sultan's Shaky Throne
CONSTANTINOPI.f!, Turke, April 22 - The Stillnn's retention on
tho throne Is Indefinite The Ministers who will nmtrol thu Govern
ment nro subjects of debate The members of the present Cabinet Imo
offered their resignations, which hao been lefused bv the Ur.ind Vlzlei".
FOR MANILA IMPROVEMENTS
WASHINGTON, I) C, April 22 Mills on the remaining 1,000, 000.
worth of bonds of the 000,000 authorized for the bulldlnr of the Ma
nila sewer und wnterworls system hue been Invited
, mum '
NIAGARA GORGE 0PENFD
Nl VtlAHA l'AI.1.9, N Y April 22- lll.ists hne opened n niiirow
rhannel through tho Ice. which, It Is believed, will extend Itself and
break the blockade.
MANUEL'S HACK AND
Buzz Wagon Comes Out
Better In Collision
Manuel Sllvn Is tho chauffeur nud
owner of n brnnd new llub-k auto
mobile, which ho has had onlj about
n week nnil with wlilih, as a lent
machine, he hupes to make his for
tune Manuel Correa Ik the driver
of u hack which 1io.uk the number
121 This morning, ui the m.iukti
entrance to the Palace gi omuls, Man
uel Stlvn run his buzz-wagon Into
Mnniicl Correa's hark, turning tho
horse-vehlclo upside down and spill
lug out thu driver and bis passenger.
Pred. Cockott, messenger In the Gov
Luckily for nil conn mid. nobody
was Bcrlously hurt, though Pred. It id
his Bore leg somewhat bruised mid
his nerves badly shnttend and Man
uel Correa lost a large quantity of
language, which, howevir, was not
entirely lost, as It was considerably
enjojed by tho crowd of .legislators
and other spectators th.lt quickly
Correa was just stnrtlng to entei
tho Pnlaco grounds when n street-car
camo along Hotel strcot und lie
stopped to let It pass. Sllva wns Jtibt
behind with his automobile, nnd, be
ing new to the business, nppnrently
lost his head for an Instant nnd for
got to stop. A collision resulted in
which the hack got tho worst of It
One rear wheel was sprung and tho
front spring broken. Tho homo es
A new point f law Iiiib been raised
In Judge I)e Holt's rourt by Attorney
Llghtfoot, who Is defending Chang
Chnek tal, rhaigid with llbel of the
Chlnesq Consul Mr Llghtfoot Is con
tending that thu piosecutlon has no
rlitht to engage special counsel bin
must bo represented 'by tho Attmnm
General or his deputy or by the Coun
ty Attorney or his deputy. A. S Hum
plireys has been engnged to appear
for tho prosecution and It 'Is this to
which tho defense objects. Tho mat
ter was argued at coi;slderablo kngth
yesterday and this morning.
Miners Expect Settlement. Phila
delphia, April 8. Tho conference be
tween tho operators and miners this
afternoon ndjourucd ufter a session
lasting moro thun two hours, to moot
Jomorrow. There Is no change In thu
situation. It Ib said thu dlffciciiccs
will bo amicably adjusted.
Woipap Speakers Address Y. W. C.
A. Oakland, April S. A largo meet
ing of tho Young Women a Christian
AssQClntlon at tho administration
buildings wns addressed tonight by
Miss Harriet Taylor, ono of tho nu
(lonnl secretaries, by Mrs. Chrlstlo of
New York nnd by Mis. Abblo McHlroy
Wheat Average. Washington, April
7. A winter wheat nverago of 82.2 per
cent of normal, against 91.3 n year ngo,
and ryo nverago of 87,2 against 89 1 n
year ago, were announced In tho icport
of the department of agriculture Issued
There is no better Vigor of Life than sour milk and
sour milk is best' produced by tablets that aro termed
"Live to be a hundred tabloids." The sour milk made
through this agency U absolutely pure and will do the
Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
The Pulled States Court holds
not npply to ocean cm tiers.
Senators Are Not Exempt
Tho s.il.ules of honorable members
of the Legislature may lie gariilshecd
for the p.ijiiH'iit nf debts.
Tho Supicmo Court handed down n
decision tliU morning In the inm en
titled Seu Kong vs. Clips. V. CliUllnc
vvorth, and William Savlil;c, Clerk
of the Senate, mid J. II Plrher, Au
ditor nf tlio Territory of Hawaii, gar
nishees Which means Hint the snl
nr of nn bonoiiible Senator had been
g.irnlsheed, nud he fought the c.ifu
Tho ston Is told In the brief lerm
of the syllabus of the decision :
' Garnishment, government benefi
cial leslly the provisions of Ch
130 it I,, the salniy of n Terrlto-lal
Senator Is subject to KuiiiNinicnt to
the exent of twelttj-flvo prictnt. fin
payment of his dehln, -iitd' us the
clel. of tho Senato iays the salary
on tho wnrinnt of tho Teriltorlal Au
ditor those offlrlsls nre propeilv serv
ed with gnrnlshec process The stnt
utc is not ngalnst thu I Ith amend
ment nor In (onflct with Sees. 2.1 or
!fi, Organic Act "
Special Train Carries
Hon Charles W rnlrbnnks, ex
Vlco Preslilent of tho I'nlted Slates,
Mis P.i 1 1 banks, and their daughter,
Mrs. J. W. Tlnunons, left this muin
Ing on n special train for Wnhlawa,
lis guests of the Honolulu Chamber
of Couuiiirie. After an Inspection of
tho pineapple Melds they tasted some
of the sweet fresh plnos, hefoie ic-
tuiulnp to town this nfternoon.
Mr 'Pulrbaiiks wns given a lunch-
enon bv Governor Krcnr this noon nt
tho University Club, n number of
promlnont business men being pris
ent. This evening Governor und Mrs
Preai will give n dinner In honor of
tho distinguished guests at their
Punnhou resldente. At 9 o'clock u
small number uf Invited guests will
bo presented tu Mr. nnd Mis. Pair
banks nnd Mis, Tlmmons.
To Connect Modesto With Santa Fe
.Modesto, April 7 Tho Modesto In
terurbuu railroad company last night
let contracts for tho construction of
five mlles'of roadbed to connect Mo
dern with Iho Santa l'o, actual work
to begin Monday.
T.-'ror Tsnt cards on sale at
he Oullatln pipr-a,
u ' mv
IN FOREIGN PORTS T j ARRIVED
Friday, April 23, 1C09.
SAN 1 .iv.ilis'i'O rnvc i vill 2"
S H Monmill.i, 1 p m hi nee Apiil
S -S. tlnlerpilso, fiom IIIlo.
Thursday. Aorll 22.
t'AN ritANCISCO AriUyl April 21:
S. H. Co ii'iililaii. rroni sauna uruz.
BAN niANClSCO S.illcil Apt II 21:
S S. Ily tides, for Sound.
Wednesday. April 21, 1009.
SAN ritANCISCO Sailed Apr. 20.
S S Pleiades, for Seattle.
KAlll'l.lll- Hailed Apr l'J:
S S Mexican, for Hllo.
Tucsdav. Anril 20. 1900.
SAN PIIA.NCISCO Artlved Apr. 20:
S 8 Alanicdn, homo Apr. 11.
YOKOHAMA- Arrived Apr. 20:
S S China, henca Apr. 9.
Mondny, April 19, 1909,
IIHISIIANi:--Arrived April 17:
S S Mnkura.,
(1AVIOTA - Arrived April IS:
S. S. Itonocmns.
MONTKlirV- Arrived April 5:
3 S. Hover
YOKOHAMA SiHed Apill 17:
S S Tenvo Slnru, for Honolulu
LllltSIIAXK Arrived Apill 17:
Jut as a Japams" who had nil
chased a lot of second hand ftiiultuie,
wus loading bis treasures on Ills' wa
on, die horse took fright nl sonic pip 'I
which was In lug blown about b th
wind, and suited on tho run dow.i
Iletbel sheet The .lapancsu made a
dcsjcrjle alteiUit to stop the hors.
.,,. I u,,, ,....l. .1 hi nt t it miibliif? l..
.III., n,ll i.. ill II ,". - .v -. ...... ..r.
aiilmnt slow up. Hut iinfo.tmi itelv u
laigu bille.iu which wis not rcrundy
fastened, wtnt llvlm? over tho side
.Ml sm isheil to pieces.
Th" lamentations of the .lannni
wete henrd two 1i)oc!b nvvny. and his
endeavors In put Hip bro'cen cii.it cm
t'igi thcr villi viu lulleiolis Hnallv
the rcveicd parts weic got lino Hit
wag ui and the iiwiicu ufiei a f-vv 'HI
vabs" nmaiked: "No plll'xli. mine
better by mil li.,t too iniieli dollar
polio no?" nnd whipping up his liouc
tliovc uw.iy down tmvanls Klii't sire -t
P A. swift tif P.wu p'n.it itton t ices
hold i I his new job with lli'iiy M.iv
fc Cm tomoiinw M Swift bus In en
ut llvvn us store ini'iiivii 'n tb p,t
eight vcirs, and bis i."iilil iimipnuv
will be inltircil u let .t tint pl.u li
the tutme bv Hie b vs.
NEW BPlif LAW
NOW IN EFFECT
Importation of Drup; Restricted to
Medicinal Purpoaci Even
Compounds of Opiate
WASHINGTON, I) C Maich 27.
Aftei .(.pill 1 next neithei opium nor
any mlxtiiie oi compound containing
en lepiencutlng opium in any form
tan legally lie nioiigtil into mo
United Stales or nny of its outlying
possessions exLept for strictly inedi-
ilnnl pin poses. This tarries Into ef
fect u law passed at thu last session
of Conguss embodying this lestrlc-
Hon, nnd tho Secretary of the Treas
ury today Issued regulations in
which Is Indicated tho teiin 'opium,"
which shall cover till of Its folios. In
cluding Iho following named ulkiills,
their salts, or inmliluatlous, nud
suili'otliers as It may ho found uec
ossniy to Include In the futuie:
What Is Restricted
Morphine, codeine, doenlne, dlar
otyl, morphine heroin, pcroulnc, llieli
chlorides, iiuliihates, phospnles, und
nil mixtures or pieparations contain
lug them. Tho term "for mcdlUmi!
puipo'cH only" Is meunt for the
tieatiiieut or prevention of discuses
of mnii nr other animal.
Smoking opium will bo seized
foithwith and destioyed as an Illegal
Impoitutlon Opium other than sino.
king opium nnd Its deilvntlves lin
pmted for medical ptll poses may be
enteied for tiiiuiediato tuinspoitii
tlou In bond to mid foi consumption
or for warehouse at the following
named pints nnd no other cities: 1st t
tlmiiie llnston. Chit ngo, Dctiolt, Ho
nululii, New O: loans, New York,
Phllndolpllla, Poito Hlro, Sdn I'riiu
Cisco, Seattle, nnd St. Louis.
Must File Declaration
hnpoiteis me leipilied to file with
the (olleitor u declaintlon staling
Jhat the Imnoitntlon Is mndo la
good faith uikI giving the name of
the firm by whom It Is to bo used In
the prepniutluu of medicine, ete.
Importations of undo opium mo
limited tn packages containing 100
pounds, or moie, moiphino nud Its
salts to fiO ounces und other dcilva
llves or theli sills to 2." ounces hn
poiteis nip nlso ii(iilieil to keep com
phte leeoids ns to tho poisons lo
whom tho tu tides nic sold.
, Thursday, April 22.
T. K. K. S. S. Chlyo Mum, Oteetie,
for thu Orient, U p. m
Am. bkt Corou.ido, Houdletto, for
San Pranclsco, 11.30 n m.
" Htmr Ko An llott, Saclis, for Kauai,
D-10 p in.
Stmr W.((l. Hall, ThompEiiii, for
Knti.it. 3.11 p. in.
Mlssouilaii, Lyons, from
PA-3E CNORr.fi DBPARTED
Per 8. S Chlyo M.iru. foi tho Oilenl,
Apill 22. Lady Hovvanl K. Tsuchlyii,
M lCnvi ahar.i and wife, Allan Herbert
. PASENeEF BOOKEtJ 1
' Per stmr Clnuillii". fn.- Mnul and Ha
waii, prll 23 i: Polllt. W L. Mor
gin. 11. H. Ilosmer, Jainea Moruu, W.
I Forbes and wife, Mrs. Joe Murrls
pud child '.Mis, Ilamlltnn. II. W. Whit
Till! MM'N'A KKA Is duo lo nrrlvo
enilv totnoirow morning ft nm Hllo
I Me.nl tiorts Among the pissen
gers who will arilvti In her will bo tho
Hon II. U Holsteln. Spenker of tho
llouiiso of n pierentatlves.
Till: rLAl'DINi: will leave this nr
tttnoon nl " o clock :.n Maul iorts
EAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Ent;rcd for Record April 21, 1909,
Vi o ml OslO a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Robert l'ookapu to Philip I. env
William Mutch Ltd to Tib of II P
illshop Museum M
W.itn & llnvvn Invht Co Ltd to Ma
i Ion C C Crook Parltcl
Minion C Creok by ntty to STinucl
11 Donsott I)
Clans Sptcikots & Co by titty to
II ink of Hawaii Ltd Ut
Hank or Hawaii Ltd to W M Mill
W 11 Harbottle to John VlviehiivoJ
Entered for Record April 22, 1909,
From 8:?0 to 10:10 a. ni.
TIIMiop Musoillu by Irs tn William
iinfoid II Dole and vvf to Kllza-
beth N Low I)
Nul ll.iiuku nnd. vvf to Jiimes 1'
Pcke nnd lub to Tandy K Macken
mbrose K Hutrhison tr to M 11
Kei'el Nulho and vvf to M II Rou
Llper-iki Momoa (vv) to John K
lohu K Momoi ami vvf to .Mm I.l-
1 lea. Kniioho I)
Vutonln Nobilga mid vvf to W O
Mule hlli itn Masadurlit to Ah Hip
Yoshimtiin Noblkusl et nl to Ah
George J Itlchardson nnd vvf to 1
W Macfnrlaiie ct nl trs TrD
0 Nlshlo to S Shiliumn I'.S
llnvvn Muhogaiiy Lumber Co Ltd
by nfft of mlgeo tu II iwn De-
velpmt Co Ltd PoicAffdt
llnvvn Mubogany Lumber Co Ltd
by mtgeo to H.iwu Dvlpmt Co
Entered for Record April 22, 1T09,
from 10:30 t m to 4:30 p. m.
1 I) 'li .tut und wf to Loin Hon I)
Illdinrd I. Glllilnnd nnd vvf to Joseph
W M Milium mid wf to Wan en Jl
H I. Sail koii und wf to rranz II L
J It Honibtrger Tr to I 'nulla C
Ilriu voiles ,'..I1
Ailhui M Hi own mid vvf to Hubert W
It W Atkinson mid wf to May K
Hi own , 1)
Hubert Wilhelm et all by Gdn to
Llhby IT W Vlila I)
l.lbliy H W Vlrtn nnd hsb to Luch
Solonum Mutilans to Llhby II W
Ininilla I Piancls iiud'hsl) to P Sll-
P Sllvn to William Snvldgo Tr M
Luui Hon and vvf to UUhop Tiust Co
Entered for Record April 23, 1EC9,
from 8:30 n m. to 10:30 a. m.
Hank of Hawaii Ltd to Joseph All-
dr'ide Hi I
Joo pdrnio to 0 St John Ollbeit.Iled
Marl i do Houz.i to Virginia Soans.,1)
ct . i
Rancher Droacd. IttKc I uflc 1 1f
Apill 1.1. Tho bodv of a man, sup'
pose.l to be Louie Toilgvnt 'ii yeirj
of i)gc i i.incber v as fmrul In linen i
vlsti lrle this nfi-'iioiui Torlgent
has been niUilm since Siuidny Ho
eiosKiiiI tin Ink. In hh lurt foi sup
Pll. - and l.ilhil to u Imn
F"" ' mi 1.-W
Soa Wrons, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyof
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT'
AND MACHINE W0HK3
Kim; fit. opjv South St.
,. t vlr jlMklajii4ii .