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EVENWCI ntJltRTlN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1009.
MIC ft 1BP1I
Paclf.o First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Rosa Croix Regular.
Perfection fourth and rilth
All visiting members ot the
Ottlur are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY. LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets ovcry Monday evening nt
7:39 In I. 0. O. P Hall, Tort Street.
i:. It. HKNDUY, Secictnry.
r. u. w ii'iu:, ji. g.
Alt visiting brotheie very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. or P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In IC. of P. Hall,
corner Fort nud llcretnnla. Visiting
Crotacre cordially Invited to attend.
V. II. NUGENT, C. C.
II. QOSLINQ, IC. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, 3.
Honolulu I,odEe No. 01 fl
Blka, meet In their hall, on King
Struct, near Kort, every Friday even
tng. Visiting III others aro cordially
Invited to attend.
n. A. DOUT1IITT, E. K.
11. C. i:STON, Sec'y.'
Wa. H'KINLEY LODGE Nd.8, K,ofP.
- Heats every 2nd nnd 4 tli Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1.
Ball, cor. Fort nnc" Keretanln. Vinlt
lng brnthors cordially invited to at
tend. F. M. MoC.ltEW. t C.
K. A. JACOIISEN, K. K. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
SVHSDAY ovcnings ot each tnontb at
f;30 o'clock lu IC. nf I'. Hull, corner
iorotnnla and Tort streets.
Visiting Ragles are Invited to at
tend. W. M M.COY, W., Frest.
JHAWAILUI TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. li.
Mectn every first and third Thurs
daytt nf each month at Knights ot
'ylblns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially luvlted tn attend.
s GEO. SANDERSON, Sfthem.
i:.. v. Tonii. o. of r.
g-rixjiunxaxjca- trr. J rrgpo
Wo ore 'n lin" with
Lest assort nient of
In the ninrkct. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ack for the kind you
Lchnhnnlt'ii Candies always
Kinj: nnd Fort Sts.
tgtwesrrgaacox5.Txtyciii imjt... usxa...
Wih A Very Small Amount
' i Invested In One of Our
fcYoo. Can Cave A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
EWe Cm Sell You One
That Onirics A Guarantee.
HI. A. R. Vieira & Co.
M FRESH SEEDS
y VEOETABLE and FLOWER'' '
Mrs. E. M. TAYLOR
ffiHE TLORIST, HOTEL Y0UN0 Bid
FT,' Telephone 330.
Arc your lips white,
your checks colorless,
your ours transparent?
And do you look thin
psy-a. I fis and care-
i worn j it
I n bright, chcQrful faco.-in ovQry
I bottlo of Aycr'.i S.imparills. L
I If your appctlto U poor, your
digestion imperfect, an you feel
! nervous and weak, you ought to
' take ';
It expels all impuritio3 from the
blood, and gives strength and vigor
to tho nerves. It will surely re
store you to hoalth.
A now mmlr, A)tr, Sarsa
parllla contains no alcohol.
There aro many Imitation
Be suro you get "AYER'S."
rVtnx4 k, Dr. J. C. iir 4 C , lloall, Mil, , VXK.
ATSU'O riI.Lt, lh.t..ltunllr Ul.lt..
We have" a fine new
lot of them just in.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts,
None better ever made than
you get at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION
When you get them here,
you know tliat they are of the
finest Quality, and in the best
Hawaiian News Co.,
i w. "i- lraj li
. 4l Tl!V S 1X5
imn . i jt-k
1 ' V A I 1
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The B u 1 1 e 1 1 n ii selling a school
scratch-pad of 200 sheets for 6 cents;
six for a quarter.
.Ten good auto hacks. Tonne 6.
Utterly .nallnti, nil Bhadcs, 6(c a yard.
Whitney & Marnh.
9. S. I'axton was an arrival this
morning from llawnl,
There will lio n bq'nd concert nt tho
l'ark Theatre this evening.
Al. Thurlow of tho'noyal ,Aex
serves tho finest meals In town ,
OeorRc Mmiilon of Olna Is In town,
having arrived todjiy In" the Ma'una'
John it. llcrgstroro, idano tuner
nnd repairer. Address l'.'O. box 40,
If you are' looking for any of your
friends go to tho "Two Ja,cki" ,and
joii'll And them. ".
Mr nnd Mm. Frcil Waldnm aro
booked to leave in the lllUmlnu on
Take your carriage or automobile
tr Hawaiian Carriage ,Mnn(g. Co., fm
Intcr-Ulana and 0. It. A I shipping
books for sale at tho 0 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
office 60 each.
Sailor Morch was given n tliiuicolo
get work by Judo Andradc, nnd was
remanded to May 15.
Pablo Martinet", a Porto Hlcnn. who
Is charged to?ih being a vagrant, was
continued till May lp.
It Is rumored that tho Honolulu-Jap-
nneso Dally Chrnniclo will have an
English edition, to be Issued weekly.
W. a: Haldwln nnd J, N. 8. Wil
liams of .Maul wcru among tho Incom
ing passengers In the Maunn Kca to
day. A. U C. Atkinson, who went tin to
llllo, Hawaii, In t,ho Matina Kca, re
turned this morning on tiie same
Attorney w. A. Kinney, accompanied
by Stenographer It. Kcarns, returned
today from Maul, whero they went on
David Manuel, nn cx-pollce officer,
who Is charged with using threatening
languag chad his case continued till
May 11. "
Senator Palmer Woods la again In
town. Ho enmo down this morning In
the steamer Manna" Ken,' which docked
at 7 o'clock.
Joaquin Sllvn, who was found guilty
ot assault and battory, was fined $7,
with 13 costs this morning nt tho Po
Tho case ngalmt Ajtrvd Tuvai-luwlio
Ib charged with larceny In tho second
degree, was dismissed by Judgo An
drnde this morning.
Tho Chamber ot Commcrco has been
presented with n copy of tho Export
ers' Directory of Japan for '1908. It
wns presented lo Mr. Morgas by Con
sul ncncrnl Uyeno. '
A private cablegram states that op
position hits developed to tho confirm
ation of Judgo Woodruff, who has been
appointed second Federal Judgo for
thp United Staler District Cqurtflf Ha-
Captain JamvH Willis, quo of tho 6ld-
tlmo skippers, who passed through
ncron thopld days, died at Fall Itlver,
Mask., the homo ot his daughter, wheru
ho has been residing. Ho 'was well
Thcro will bo n special service heM
In the Knwalaliao ,ctnircbyar.d tomor
row igrqnoon, in mqmvry of the de
ceased mombora bt the church. Rev,
II. I.i. Parker, (asslflte,d by special qom
mlttccs, will havo charge of tho ser
vice. Marl; Twain, through his secretary,
has written to Secretary Wood of the
Promotion Commltteo thnt'ho wl'j'as
soon as possible,' havo hii tphotograjpir
taken, Blnndlng near the pa'jnantcl
plcco which was presented him by'lln
wall. -Ho proralfcd to send one of tho
11 Dr. J.'H. Pottfo has received a Jettor
(rm Congressman Ralph D. Colo In
which" ho' .acknowledges with many
kindly comments tho figures on th'o
wool Industry of Australia sont him lif
Dr., Pott,lo. Mr, Cole said htf gained
Ltrqnjt Dr. Pottle valuable lnform,aliqn
mm ,110 nan na.i qecn nuio to ohtnltt
from nny other source. '
Former Vlco-Prosldcnt Fairbanks
wjll ho entertalnod at dlrinor at the
University Club this evening. Sundai
evening ho will speak In tho First
Methodist church. Monday evening
ho will bo tho guost of Iho Men's
I.caguo of Central Union Church at a
dinner to bo held nt tho Royal Hawaii
an Hotel. Tuosday ho loaves for ih?
Tbo check for 432,395, settlement in
full for tho Judgmotlt obtalnod by the
.Territory -namlnKt Coltnn nnu 'A- r-tO
- ,t.nA,.. . .t,.r.'' , .- " . - ' . .'
ui uiu iuaa ui a lurrnoriai uredger at
Pearl Harbor, was turned oyer to Act
ing Treasurer Homenway yesterday.'
Tho check codjcb irom tho United
States J-ldullty and Oyarnnty Company;'
wucn ih Haiisinction or tho claims of
tho Territory, pays 1395 moro than tho
amount of tho Judgment,
r, ,.r-AND .,.& t..l
for Summer Suiti. We Have' a splen
did lot, of cloth. Let us make you a
W. JUjjgga Co;,
02rKl5g'SfiriWv "Phone 521.
.'..teirttji.-. ia. .uka.W 1- i.'.
iJoan of Arc Sainted
LYONS, France, Mny 7 The ceremonies In honor of Jo.m nf Arc,
held here today, wcro notnbly Impressive.
In tho prcsenco of forty-two lllshops, one hundred thousand spetiii
tors 'nnd to the accompaniment of artillery salutes und penis of cnthe
drnl chimes, the banner of .loan of Are wns turned oer to the clergy of
the Itomiln Catholic Church
Find Capt. Hains Sane
FLU8HINO, Now York, May 7 -Tho testimony In the ruse ot C.ip
tain llalns, II. S. A., on trlnl for murder, bus been finished. Tho
Stntc's experts havo established the fact that ho Is sane. Ills niso w;lll
go to tho Jury Tucsda), '
i m i mmm
TWENTY-ONE WERE DROWNED.
DULIITII, May 7. The lake steamer Shores haB sunk i.n-l lis crew
of twenty-one Is drowned.
GOVERNOR GENERAL SMITH COMING.
A notice to creditors re Luis Per-
relra, deceased, appears in this Issue.
P, E. It. Strauch has a number of
bargains for Investors. See his ad,
A five-room cottngo, centrally locat
ed. Is for rcuL Piano nnd furnishings
of same arc for sale cheap. See ml,
Widows, unmarried women, and oth
ers who plnco their affairs in the hand?
of tho Waliop Trust Co., Ltd., nro as
sured of ah incomo without risk and
There has not yet .been n toap put
on tho market that will equal Pan Kn
Hann n Its efficiency. If jour grocer
docs riot happen to have It, ilng phono
12, Fred LT Waldrqn.
Wo havo stilt a few pairs left of our
14.60 and f6 lines of ladles' strap nllp
pors; wo are selling thorn for 12.30, to
clear nut tho stock. Como ami see
Mclnerny Shoo Store.
W, W. Ahnna Co., Ltd., have n splen
did new stock ot summer light weight
woolens Just In. Como In and have a
handsomo suit mnde up lu coriccl style
and fit. 02 King St.('iluine 521.
Tin N. 8. Sachs Dry floods Co. Ih of
tcrlng this week, stunc very' handhome
valiles In neW-stslo shirt walbts. bo-
enmlni? Ii.iIk tarn irlnln. null ,lr,.
goods. Don't fall to sco them
Tho Drown & Lyon Co., Ltd., who
recently consolidated with tho Ha
waiian Nows Co., aro now In tho Young
building storo. Thoy nnnounco a spec
ial elenranco salo of surplua books.
(Continued from Pace li
Governor Fronr this morning "In con
nection with his discussion of tho new
leprosy. aw passed by tho ICglslaturo.
"Tho leprosy law panned by tho re
cent Legislature Is In my opinion the
inost Important law of tho session," the
Govornor continued. "It Is. a vast Im
pfovoment on tho old law nnd It is
gblng lo glvo tho Hoard of Health plen
ty to do In enforcing It. Tho work nf
tho Hoard of Health during tho coming
b.lennla! period Is going to bo about
Jho most Important or nny to bo car
ried oii by tho Government.
' "But I do not believe that tho Ter
ritory can over stump qui tho dlBcnso,
though vvo aro going to' make an nt
tempt to do so under tho no.w law. I
do not think that tho sentiment lu fuv
or of' asking 'thu Federal authorities
to take charge of tho loprosy situation
la strong enough yet, but It Is con
stantly Increasing, However, I lie
Hove It vyl'l lo best for us to see what
wo can do during tho next two years,
"One thing In favor of asking tho
United 8tatcs Government to tako over
this question Is tho great expense to
tho Torrltory under present conditions
It costs us moro than J1GO.00O a" year to
handlo tho situation ourselves.
"I do not know what attitude tho
Federal authorities will tnko when
thoy nro UBkod to nBsumo churgo of
tho loprosy matters In this Torrltory.
Tho mattor, so far as I know, has nbl
yet been brought to their attention'
But It would bo a good thins for Ha
wll. Even Hawaiian's are coming to
".. T ' '
M. Phiyips fy go. hayo niod .ull, In
,tho"ClrouIt Court uga(nst Augiistlno
Enoa to recover J27o!98 which thev
claim Is owing to thorn by tho defend
.nt fpr;,Bopds and morphandlsu bought
The Bulletin PubliiMi Co..
Ltd., is agent for the best engraHng
and lithographing- opmwtny on
the Paoiflc Coast and Is prepared,
to give estimates on high-grade
printinrot. every kind:
Alio prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
invitations, in .the best of form
tor irnmn tunctions.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
-Governor General Smith has sailed for San
One thousand nnd ten pay war
rants havo been drawn nnd signed tn
Auditor Illckncll's ofllec Kline the
first ot tho month. Ilcfore the
udnptlon of the Individual system by
tho Hoard of Supervisors, tho nvr-
agc number of warrants Issued dur
ing n half month was 240.
As thcro nro nlwnys mote war
rants for the last half of tho month
than for the first, It Is not probublo
that the next batch of warrants will
run finite an heavy ns the picseul
lot, but the totnl will fall but little
short of 1,000.
The Supervisors will meet on the
12th to pass pay demands for the
first fifteen days of tho mouth, and
by tho following Saturday the Audi
tor expects to have tho warrants
rendy to Issue. This will mean get
ting down to work al mice, und hav-
" ,nrKU !' iif the pay slips ready
. "' ISSUO DCtOro the llOUlUllllS
been acted upon.
On April C, 1,500 blank warrants
wero delivered to tho Auditor by tho
printers; Inst night tho official hud
Just six on hand, nnd wns forced to
put in n rush order fur n new sup
Tho forco of clerks m XUb Audi
tor's offlco hns been working nt high
prcssuro during tho past month, und
thcro is no prospect ot nny lut-up in
Ncnrly nil of tho warrants for Hie
first hnlf ot March Imvu been Issued.
Mnny of tho men who got the short
end in tho division of funds ncceptcd
their slips with scnut grace, hut
moht of them took them.
Detective Mlnlvlello Is leaving Iho
forco on May 15, mid Ills place Ih In bo
filled by Hyppollto Mosquero, who will
net iih Spanish Interpreter ns well ns
detective. MoBpucro Iuih been In these
Islands foi the past two years, nnd
hns been of great assistance to Iho
detective forco in Its crusado ngilust
tho crooks of tho city.
Douglas Drown, n well known sneak
thief, who Iiub spoilt a lot ot time In
Jail, Is onco moro In the clutches of
tho Inw, Drown la suspected of hav
lng stolon an overcoat from Iho .ludd
building, nnd has been identified ns
tho man who was seen in tho building
Just beforo tho artlclo disappeared.
A bunch of Koreans who wero iir
rcstcd as vugs by tho police, wero
found to havo n number of sharp
.knives In their possession vWn
searched. Tho weapons had nil been
sharpened . and filed, down to points.
Thrknlwa sro In Chief Lcal'si ofilco,
and nn Investigation of everybody who
lives In tbo house they wcro found lu,
Is going on nt presont.
K. Coltrcll, wli1 was churned with
robbing John Lindsay of tbo sum of
four dotlaiH at Aula Par2rwus up be
fore tho court this morning, wns found
gullly by Judgo Andrado, and sen
tenced to six mouths hard labor, Cot
troll went on the witness stand on hli
own behalf, and told a wlerd story of
how ho and Lindsay had been drinking
together ut n down-town Halnon, anil j
how Lindsay had asked him to put his
hand Into hs (Lindsay's) "pocket and
dig for thirty cents that was burled .
there. Cottictl said thai Just us he
was obliging Llndbuy, u pojlcemun ap i
peared on tho rceno and hauled him
off n thu Btatlon. Judgo Andrado did
not exactly hiiiIIo nl Ibis peculiar slorv
but looked dubious and at once gave
Cottrell tho sixer. -
- 'l' .MAx,j Jt",it - t' - r?nf
i IN FOnCION PORTS ' 1 AnnlVED ).
'Frlday, May 7, 1909
POUT TOWNSKNIK ArrlMd May
fc'rlir. Alice Cooke. Iienre Apill I'J
SAN FIIANCI8CO Arrhfil M 7:
llklno Coinnniln. hence April 22.
llktne S. O. Wilder, henre April 13.
Thursday May 6, 1909.
BN I'ltANCISCO Sailed Mny B:
U. H. A. T. Sheridan, 5 p. in., for
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mny 5:
Ilk. St. Knthcrlnu, hence April 13
GRAY'S IIAIHIOR Arrlxed May 6:
Schr. F. M. Slade. hence April 22.
MONTEItEY 8nllol May C:
S. S. Kosccrntij, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, May 5.
VICTORIA Arrived May 4:
S. 8. Mnrnnin, hence April 28.
MANILA Arrived May 2:
U. S, A. T. Thomas, henco April II.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 5:
H 8 Nlnmin Mnrlu for Honolulu.
ban hianuisuu aaucu .May :
al 8. itilonian. 1 p. m , for Honolulu.
S. S. Mongolia, 2 p. in., for Honolulu
Monday, May 3,
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 2:
8. 8. Chlyn Maru, hence April 22
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mny 3:
S. S. Tenyo Maru, 9 n. m., hence
POUT ALLEN, Knual Sailed May 2:
S. S. Mlssuurlnn, fur Knhuliii.
HONOIPU Sailed Mny 1:
Schr. Defender, for San Francisco.
Saturday, May 1.
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed May I.
8. S. Enterprise, for llllo.
TACOM A Sailed May 1:
Schr. Ilnlhna, for Honolulu
Friday, April 30.
NEWCASTLE Sailed April 29:
Ilr. 8. 8. Lnnl Derby, for Honolulu
8EATTI.E Sailed April 29:
S, S. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed April 30:
8, S. HyndcD, for Honolulu.
NAGASAKI Sailed Apill 26:
V. S T. Illx, for Honolulu.
KAHUL'tJI Arrived Apr. 23:
Schr. Prosper, from Tncouin.
Thursday. April 29, 1909
.'IOTA Bulled April 2.1:
Ship Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO--Sailed April 29:
S. 8. Columbian, for Honolulu.
IIILO Sailed April 27:
Ilk. Alden' llesfe, for Honolulu.
Memo. S. S. Alcsln, reported ns
sailed from Yokohama for Hono
lulu mi April 13, will not call heic. '
Tuesday, April 27.
TACOMA Sailed. April 2!i.
Schr. R. R. Hind, for Honolulu
, Wednesday, April 23.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived April 21
8. 8. Vlrglnlnn. from llllo. Am-ll Id.
SALINA CRUZ Sailed April 2C:
H. 8. Texim, for San F.t.ncl.-co.
PORT GAMI1LE Al rived April M:
Schr. Gamble, from llllo.
SAN FHANCIBCO-Arrlwd '.prll 23.
S. S. Hllonlan, henco April 20.
KAHULIII Sailed April 27-
8. S. I.urlllic, for Hito
Monday.-Auril 26, 1009.
VICTORIA April 2.1:
S. S. Aornugl ictiirueil with main
feed plpo cracked.
VICTORIA Sal'led April 20:
S. 8. Aorangl for Honolulu; ex
pects to arrive hero ami bull on
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apr. 2C:
Jap. cr. Ami, hence via llllo Apr. 10
Jnp, rr. Sayo, henco via llllo Apr. 10
YOKOHAMA Arrived April 20:
S. 8. Mniiehurln, henco April 15.
KAHULUI Sailed April 21:
Ilk. Fooling Kuoy for New York,
Saturday, April 24.
SAN FRANCISCO-Snlled April 23:
Ilk. Andrew Welch for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 21:
8. 8. Alameda, 11 a. in., fur Hono
lulu. 8. 8. Asia, 2 p, in., for Honolulu,
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived April 23.
Schr. M. B, Foster, henco April 1.
Ilk. Anulo Johnson, from llllo.
COLUMIHA RIVER Sailed April 23.
Schr. It. W. Ilartlott, for Honolulu.
T WATERFRONT NOTES ?
PURSER ORUDE of tho steamer Kl
nnu, which arrived this morning fiom
Knual, lepoitcd that tho lighthouse
tender Kukul, Captain .lohson, left Ele
cta yesterday afternoon for Wiilmea.
THE .KINAU in rived this morning
from Kauai, bringing 12,000 bags or
sugar, 37 empty oil ban els, 5 emptv
wine barrels, 20 hnga cocoanum ami
27 sundry packages.
Thcro Is n strong piohablllty tlml
Chief Leiil's salary will he i.ilsed in
tho uonr future to an amount common
siiralo with tlio good uoik lie has dom
up tn date. Ills presenj salary is lcx.
than tho Chief of Dotectlves fin met Iv
reeclvbd, nnd considering the excel
lent record ho iia made for hlniBcIf
the least that could be done w uild in
to Increnpe tho pay of the Chief lo ,u
leust $175 per liibnlh.
Sea Wrens, $LOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kiug St, opp"sj'fl South St;
- ,rAMtjr -
- UvJiAtm ',,'
S.ilunlay May S
Ken, Freeman, funii
llnwnll. a. in.
Htmr. Kluaii, Gregory
f i oin Knuil,
l'rlday, Mny 7.
Hlmr. tnnlnul, Mitchell, for Knual.
5:20 p. in.
8lmr. Ulnudliie. Dennett, for Mnui,
.1:15 p in.
Per stmr. Maunn Kea, from llllo
md way ports, May 8. Ex-VIco Preid
lent l'.ili banks, Mrs. Fairbanks, Mrs.
riminons, (luvernor W. Frcnr, A. U C.
Atklnron, L. A. Thurston. Capt. Howe,
C. Ltliuss, ,1ns. Hyde. Mrs. llydo. Dr.
Annie llainard, II. G. llurrows, Mrs.
Uurrotts, F. W. Ashlon, Archie Yoiiiik.
-I. W. Doyle. Turlshlwn. Geo. Mundoii,
it. Gosling, C. Tltcomli, J. II. McKen
ile, Cnit. A. McWIIllams; T. A. lliirn
liiBliiiin. Dr. C. L. Slow, J. J. llelser,
Jhs. llelter nnd child, S. 8. P.ixton,,
Mis. 12. Madden. Then. iDavles. Geci.
Daries, Mies Wight, Mrs. A. Mason, .1.
Hackett. Mrs. Ilcltcrmnii. Palmer
Woods. .Ins. Forrest. R. 8. Norrls, Mrs.
Sakal nnd 3 children. F. M. Lewis, ti.
P. Mnhone. Mrs. M. Keohoknlole, C.
Lewis, M. 8. Deponte, W. j. Ilallwln,
J. N. 8 Williams, .1. II McKenzIc, .Ins.
F. Woods, L. It. Smith, It. Kcarni, W.
A. Kinney, Paul I.unby, Y. Von Hlng.
C. W. Aslifnrd. Miss K Cornwell.
Per slmr Kliiiiu, Gregory, from Kn
ual. Mny 8. ti. N. Wilcox. C. A. WU
vni, W. II. Illcc Jr., C A. Rice, Mrs.
Kawnl, Miss 12 Felix, Miss T Felix,
Pali On, C. Dil Hols, 12. Kopke. Lieut.
KoltltMiin, 12. D. Green, Mis. I. Kiiul.
It Cnttun, W. ll.irkmeytT. .Mllnnil mid
nil - and 12 deck.
Per stmr. Cl.iiidlne. for Maul mid
win ports, Mny 7. MrH. June Mist, R.
K. Ilinwn A. Constiibel, Miss Mist,
.Mrs. 11. Williams, .Mr. Uuenren, Mr.
1'hlb.i. Dr. Ognvvu, Mallle llong, W. J.
C'oellm, Mm. W. II. Kcnriis, Rev. S. L.
Dei ha, .1. W. F.irwell. I). L Aust.ln. .1.
I). McVeigh, Mrs. Zoe II. Ay res. Miss
K Llnyd. Mrs. 12. J. Reeves, (1. F. Al
fmiyo, Mr.i. Alfonso.
IIILO, May 7. After nearly seven
Kuril of fiecilom 111 Km, u t'hllieso
named Kain Kuu has been raptim-d
and ictiirncd to the llllo Jail by
On .Iniiuaiy S, 1902, Knni Knit was
(ouvleteil on two chaigrH of ukh.uiIL
to iniiider, i-cutem-cd lo tell ea'
ImpilMiiimeut mid to pay u Hue of
$3,111 with $20 losls. lie was inn
vlited lu the I'uiiith Ciiuilt Com I by
Jum Kail eM-aped fiom n gang of
prisoners working mi the giubago
giouuil mi Sept. 29, 1902. lie was
heal il of several tliue. nut never
been by the police uii.n biieiirf Pun
fopud 1) i lit lu Kalliia UiIh week mix
ing pigs mill selling tlaiu ut letull.
During tho whole seven yeais lie
hud only been in Hie village of Kill
Inn twice, living all the time in u
bouse belonging to tho Jailor, who
had never been untitled of tho man's
escape. Pun got u tip that ho was
lu tho iielghboihood, found him mid
ariaiiged In buy n pig to lie delivered
to the Sherirr In Kulliin. Tom Spen
cer, who know tho ninn, was uble to
Identify him, and ho Is now back nt
his (dd boaldlug house, the llllo Jail.
When Knni Kuu escaped, tho pies
f nt Judge Aiidicvvs was Sheriff. Il
was also free during tho term of
Sherlft Searle, two teima of Sheriff
Keolanul nud only four months of
fllierlft Pun's tuim. lin will be
biought befoie Judge .udiowB on
a charge of ramping, being piosccut
ed by Deputy County Attorney C.irl
Smith, who defended him seven ye.us
ugo on thu assault to murder charge.
I'll st Methodist Episcopal Church,
coiner lleret.iula avenue and Ml'lei
stiee! Sunday rchonl, 10 u, in Her
inoii by the pastor 11 o'clock, i-ubjeri
"Homo, Hero und Yimdor." The her
moil will bo npproprlato for the day,
which Is to be nhdcrvcd ns .Motherii'
Day, Epworth League, 0:30 p. m., nib
Joct "Making a Client nf Christ." A
7:30 p. m. (he Hon. Charles Warren
Fairbanks, ex-Vice President of the
I United Slates, a member i.f I'm Meri-
.Unit Mftltiii'liul l-Mlii-tn. .1 rl,...,.l. I..
,..--,... , v..,.,,in, in
illau ipolis, liiilhuia, and one of Amer
ica's gieatest HintiMjum, will d liver
an address Monday eveiilns. Illblo
Sludy ClaBs, Mrs. Wlieedou leader.
Wednesdav evening, pi a) or meeting.
Bulletin Business Oflice Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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