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EVENINO nUir.RTIN, IIONOLUUJ, T. II.. flATritnAY. MAY S. In9.
pacific drst Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Rote Croix Rerjular.
Perfection Fourth snd Fifth
All vlsttlnK members of tbe
Order nro cordially Invited to
uttend meetings ot local lodges
UARMUHX LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O T Hall. Tort Street.
I J. II. IIRNDRY, Secretary.
r. u. wicku. N. a.
AH litIuR brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Jay ovcnlng at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Kort and lleretanta. Visiting
Brothers cordlully Invited to attend.
F. It. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSL1NO, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. T. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. 1. O.
Elks, meets In their liall. on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Druthers nro cordially
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOFTIIITT, n. It.
H. C. F.ASTON. Secy.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, KofE.
Meats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ueretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. T. M. McQRRW. C. O.
E. A. JACOllSEN. K. R. S.
E0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evciungs ot ench month at
tf:30 o'clock li K. of I'. Hall, corner
llsntnnla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY. W Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TKIBENo. 1, 1. 0. E. M
Meets every flnt and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Fjthlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
We are in lina with the I
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
lehnliarJt'j Candies always
Kiner and Fort Sts.
With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Our
You Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
We Can Sell You One
i That Carries A Guarantee.
V J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 ' HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
' ; FRESH SEEDS
VEGETABLE and FLOWER I
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR:
TILS FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
Are your lips whilo,
your chocks colorless,
your cars transparent?
And do you look thin
. and care-
y' i blooming
a bright, cheerful face, in every
bottle of Ayor'a Saraaparilia.
If your appotite is poor, your
digestion imperfect, anl you feel
nervous and weak, you ought to
It expels all impurities from the
blood, and gives strength and rigor
to the nerves. It will surely re
store- you to health.
An now mnile, Aytr'a Saria
parilla contain no alcohol.
There are manv imitation
Be sure you got "AYER'S."
h,nni tr li I C. Af & C. , I...I, Miit , U t.
ATaifs pill, lutm m iir Uuun
Wo have a fine new
lot of them jnst In.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
MRS. ROSENBERG:. YOUNQ 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 that they arc of the
finest duality, and in the best
Hawaiian News Co.,
J LOCAL AND GENERAL
! The Bulletin is selling a school
scratchpad of 200 sheets for 6 cents;
six for a quarter.
Ten good auto hacks. I'hono 6.
Liberty sntlns, nil shades Clio a yard.
Whitney & Marsh
S, 8. l'axton wait an arrival this
morning from Hawaii.
There will ho n tmml concert at the
l'ark Theatre this evening.
Al. Thurlow ot tho Royal Annex
serves tho finest meals In tow
(lcorgo Mondon of Olua Is ln,.lown,
hnvlng arrived today In the Maunn
John R. HcrRStroin, piano tuner
and reiialrcr. Address 1. O. box 40.
K you aro looking for any of your
friends go to the "Two Jacks" and
ou1l find them. .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waldron are
booked to leave In the llllonlaii on
Tako your carriage or automobile
tr Hawnllnn Cnrrlage Manfg. Co., foi
Inter-Inland una O. R, & L. shipping
books for sale at tho bulletin
office, 60 each.
Sailor Morch was given n ihanco to
get rork by Judge Andrnde, and was
remanded to May 15.
l'alilo Martinez, a l'orto Itlcan, who
Is charged w?,h being a vagrant, was
continued till May 10.
It Is rinnnred Hint the Honolulu-Japanese
Dally Cllrunlclo will have an
English edition, to bo Issued weekly.
V. A. Ualdwln nnd J. N. 8. Wil
liams of Maul were among the Incom
ing passengers In tho Maunn Kea to
day. A. L. C. Atkinson, who went up to
lllki, Hawaii, In the Mauna Kea, re
turned this morning on the same
Attorney W. A. Kinney, accompanied
by Stenographer R. Kearns, returned
today from Maul, whero they went on
David Manuel, an ex-pollca officer.
who Is charged with using threatening
languag e.liad his case continued till
Senator Palmer Woods Is again In
town. Ho came down this morning In
the steamer Mauna Kea, which docked
at 7 o'clock.
Joaquin Bllvn, who was found guilty
of assault and battery, was fined $7,
with $3 costB this morning nt the Po-
The case against Alfred Tavasli. who
Is charged with laiony In the second
degree, was dismissed by Judge An
drade this morning.
Tho Chamber ot Commerce has been
presented with a copy of the Export
ers' Directory of Japan for 1908. It
was presented to Mr. MorgaS by Con
sul General Uycno.
A private cablegram states that op
position has developed to the confirm
ation of Judge Woodruff, who has been
appointed secouu reuorai juage tor
tho United States District Court of Ha
Captain James Willis', one of tho old
time skippers, who passed through
here In thu old days, died at i'all River,
Mass., the home of his daughter, where
he has been residing. Ho wag well
There will be a special sorvlco held
In the Knwalahao churchyard tomor
row forenoon, In memory ot the de
ceased members of tho church. Rev.
II. II. Parker, ftBstotbd'by special com
mittees, will have charge of tho ser
vice. Marl: Twain, through his secretary,
has written to Secretary Wood of the
Promotion Committee that ho will; us
soon as possible, have, his photograph
taken, standing near tho koa mantel;
piece which was presented him by Ia
wall. He promises to send one of the
pictures to Mr. Wood.
Dr. J, II. Pottle has received n letter
from Congressman Ralph D. Cole In
which ho acknowledges with many
kindly comments the figures on tho
wool Industry ot Australia sent him by
Dr. Pottle. Mfj Cole suld he gained
from Dr. Pottlo valuablo Information
that he had not been ablo to obtain
from any other source.
Former Vice-President Fairbanks
will be entertained at dinner at the
university Club thlB evening. Sunday
evening he will speak In tho First
Methodist church. Monday evening
he will bo the guest of tho Men's
League of Central TJilon Church at a
dinner to bo held at the Royal Hawaii
an Hotel. Tuesday he leaves for the
Tho check for 132,395, settlement Jn
full for the Judgment obtained by the
Territory against Cotton Bros. &. Co.
tor tho loss of a Territorial dredger nt
Pearl Harbor, was turned over to Act
1ng Troasurer Herrienwayesferdny.
me tnecit comes irom me united
States Fidelity and Guaranty Company,,
which Is satisfaction of tho clalniB of
tho Territory, pays 1395 more than the
arnouirtof tho Judgment",
for Summer Suits. We have a splen
lid lot of doth. Let us make you a
W. W. Ahana Co.,
t G2 King St n , Phfttt 921.
Joan of Arc Sainted
LYONS, France, Ms -Tho ccreinntilpfc In honor of Jonn ni V"
held hero lodny, were n-''Bly Impressive.
In the presence nf t"rty-two lllslinpt, one hundred thournnd i" '
tors and to the acronip.nnuient of itttillcry wilutert and penis of r.itli'
drnl chimes, the banner i Joan of Are wux turned m'rr In Hie eleic "
the Romiin Catholic CIiip.1i
Find Capt. iiains Sane
:f ', ,
FLUSHING, New Y.'k. May ". Tlio testimony In tlip'emti of C.ip-
taln Hnlns, U. S. A i trial for murder, bus beep finished, The
State's experts, have wMiillshed the fuel (hut he Is sane. His rase will
go to the Jury Tuesdaj.
TWENTY-ONE WERE DROWNED.'
Dl'Ll'TH, May 7 The lake steamer Shores has sunk r.nd lln now
of twent)-oue Is drown'I.
A notice to crctlltois re Luis Pet
relra, deceased, Rppeuts in this Issue.
P. K. It. Stnujch ha a number of
bargains Tor Investors Hoe Ills ad,
A fle-iciom cottage, u-ntrally locat
ed, Is fur rent. Piano and furnthhlngri
of same are for sale (heap. Seo nd,
Widows, unmarried women, nnd oth
ers who place their aff.il r In tho hauiM
of thu lllshop Trust Co. Ltd., me as
sured of an Incomo, without risk and
There has not jet been a boap put
on the market that will equal Pan Ka
liana In Its efficiency. If jour grocer
docs not happen to have It, ilng plume
12, Fred L. Waldron.
Wo havo still a fow palru left of our
S4.S0 and t6 lines of laities' strap slip
pers; we are selling them for 32.50, to
clear nut the stock. Come and see
Mclnerny Shoo Store.
W. W. Ahnna Co., Ltd . have a rplen
did now stock of summer light weight
woolens Just In. Come In and have n
handsome suit made up in correct stre
am! lit. 62 King St., Illume D21.
The N, S, Sachs Dry flixids Co, Is of
ferine ihls week some very handsome
values In new-Btyluklilrt waists, be
coming hats, laoo" curtains' and iliess
goods, Don't fall to, seo them,
Tho Drown & Lyon Co., Ltd., who
recently conrolldatcd with tho Ha
waiian News Co., nro now in the Young
building store. Tliey announce a spec
tnl clearance sale of surplus books.
(Continued from Faze U
Governor Frear this morning In con
nection with his discussion of tho new
leprosy law pasted by tho legislature.
'Tho leprosy law passed by tho re
cent Legislature Is In my opinion the
most Important law of thu besslon," thu
Governor continued. "It is u vast Im
provement on the old law and It Is
going to gtvu the Hoard of Health plen
ty to do In enforcing It, Tho work of
the Hoard of Health during tho coming
biennial period Is going to lie about
the most Important of any to be cur
ried on by thu Government.
"Dut I do not beltuvo that tho Ter
ritory can over stamp out tho disease,
though we are going to make un at
tempt to do so under thu new law, I
do not think that the sentiment In fuv
o of asking the Federal authorities
to tako churgu of Hie leprosy situation
Is strong enough yet, but it. Is con
stanllyxjucreaslug, However, I btv
llevo It will be hekt for us to seo what
wo can do during the pet two years,
"One thing In favor, of asking tin
United States Government to taku over
this question Is tho great expense- to
the Territory under present conditions
It costs us more than JlOO.OOu a year to
handlo tho situation ourselves.
"I do not know what attitude thu
Federal authorities will tuka when
they are asked lo assume charge of
tho loprosy matters In this Territory
The matter, bo far as I know, has not
yet been brought to their attention
Dut it would be u good thing for Ha
waii. Even Hawallans nro coming lo
M. Phillips & Co. havo filed suit In
the Circuit Court against Augustine
Enos to recover I270.U8 which the-v
claim Is owing to them by tho defend
ant for goods and merchandise bought
of them. "
The Bulletin Publiihlng Co.,
Ltd,, is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Paoific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on. high-grade
printing of every krnd.
Also prices and samples of the
Very latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best ot form
for smart functions
r- BULLETIN AD8 PAY -M
Covcrnor General Smltli hns salted lor
Ono thousand nnd ten pn. war
rants have In en dtuwii nnd signed In
Auditor HIiI.ucU'h ullke Mine the
first of the month. Heinle Hie
adoption of the Individual sjslem liv
thu lloaid of HupervlMitH, the aver
age number of w.irtaulH Issued dur
ing n half luofith vv.ts 210.
As theie .lie nlw.i)s more win
rants for the Inst half of the mouth
tliiiu for the Hist, It Is not pioluhle
that the next hatch of wnniiiilx will
mil iillt us heavy as .'he preK-nl
lot, hut the total will rail hut little
short of I. nun.
The Supervisors will meet on the
12th to ti.iss pay demands for the
lllst fifteen dus of the month, and
by Hie following Saturday the Audi
tor expects to huvo thu w.iriauls
le-idy to Issue. This will mean get
ting down to work nt once, ami hav
u taigu put t of thu pay Klips icndy
to hum- liefoio the demanda have
been acted upon.
On April !, l.niMl bl.iiin warrants
were dcllveied to the Auditor by the
printers: Inst night the olllelal lind
Just ul on hand, mid was fenced to
put In a rush order for n new mii
Ply. The force vif eleiks :n the Audi
tor's office has been working nt high
pressure during thu past mouth, and
there Is no prospect of any let-up In
Neatly all of the warrants for the
first half of Mauh have been Issued.
Many of the men who got thu idioit
end In the division of tund.i accept d
their slips with beaut giaee, hut
most of them tool, them.
Detective Mlitlviollu Is leaving the
foi re on May 15, and his place Is to he
filled by Hyppollto Mosqm-io, who will
act as SpaulFli Intel pieter as well a.i
detective, Mospueio lias been in thetu
Islands foi tin- past two years, un.l
has been of gie.it assistance lo tlu
detective foiee hi IM ciiisadu ni;iln.il
the cruokK of the i-lly.
Douglaii III on ii. a well known sneak
thief, who has spent u lot of time In
Jail, Is once more In thu clutches of
thu law. Hi own U suspected of hnv
lug stolen un ovciinat fiimMlio .luill
building, and has been Idcutlllcd u
tho man who war, seen In tho building
Just hefuiu thu aitlele dlbappuaied.
A bunch of Koreans who weio nr
rested ns vugs b the police, were'
found to havo a number of sharp
knives In their possession when
bPiuched. Thu weapons had nil been
shall died ami filed down to points
The knives nro In Chief Leal's olllce.
and an liiieitl'itiou of eveiyhndy who
lives In the Iriu.io they wero found In.
Ib going ou at piescnl.
F Cnttlell. ulin ii'nq r-Tifn-f-,.,1 (villi
robbing John Llndsav of II. e sum of
four dollaiH at Alila Pink. ih 11
foro tho COIlrl till, mornlm- w-,u fonn.l
guilty by .ludgo AndiMde, ami ben M"nl w"' Uw K'""1 w,,l( lp '''' 'I'""
loured to six months hnrd labor. Cot 1 "" '" ,lr""' nl l''siin Hiil.uy Is less
trell wont on thu witness stnnd on liNi"""1 ""' n,lof "' "",,H"v.s r.iimerl.'
own behalf, ami Inhl a vvlerd htorv ot I "'''"'"''I. 'l nmsldeiln,- the excel
how he and Lindsay had been dilnklug ',"." ''""' '"' ll,,H """'" f"r I'lmwlf.
toaothor nt 11 lou-ii.lfin m.,1,,1111 m.H "'" l,'!lht 'I'-1' eiiuld lie 1I11110 would lie
how Lindsay had asked him lo put his
hand lulu his (Lindsay's) pocket nml
dig for thirty cents that win buil-di
Iheie. Cotdcll r.ald Hut Just
was nlillKliiK I.liitlsay. u inllrjmaii up
peaied on the mine and hauled lt'in
nff In fllu uiiillnn I. .,!.. 4... I 1.. .11 1
off to Urn Htutlrm. .Imlgc Amlnnln ilhl
not uxnetly siuiln at thin peculiar stm y
hilt looklitl illlhlfillu mill nt ntiPi irni.,
Cottrcll tho uUcr,
' IN FoiTcilON lOHT8 . j RRIVED
Friday, May 7, 1909
I'OilT TOWWSKNI-Arrived Mn .
Kchr Alice Cooke, hence April lit
SAN litANCIHCO Atrlvi'd May 1:
llktuc Corimado. hctico April 22.
Iimne 9. (I. Wilder, hctico April 13
Thursday May C, 1909.
,SN FRANCISCO Sailed May .",:
! I!. H A. T. Shuild.ill, fi p. In., for
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 3:
Ilk St Knthorinr, lieiico April IX
'OKAY'S HARIIOIt Arrived May R.
Sehr. F M Hlade, hctico April 22.
MONTKItnV Sailed Muy fi:
S H llosecrnna, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, May 5.
VICTORIA Arrived May 1:
S S. Matama, hence April 2S,
MANILA Arrived .May 2:
IJ S. A. T. Thomas, henco April 14
YOKOHAMA Snlloil May 5:
4 M N'lin'ii Mnrltt for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcil May S:
M s. illlnnli.n. 1 p. in., for Honolulu
5 S. Moimolla. 2 p in , for Honolulu
Monday, May 3.
YOKOHAMA -Anlved May 2:
H rt. fliivo Muitt, hence AptlL22
HAN l-'RA.Nt'ISCO -Airlveil Mav 3:
H S. Ten.vo Mill ii, n n. 111., hence
PORT AI.I.RN. Kail il-Sailed May 2:
S. S. .Mixuoiiiliiii. Tor Knliiilnl.
IIO.NOIPir Sailed Ma I:
Belli. Defender, for San IV.iiicIrco.
Saturday, May I.
8N FRANCISCO Sailed May I.
S S Huteipilso, for'Hilo.
TACOMA Sillied May I:
Hehr, ll.illio.i rot- Honolulu
Friday, April 30.
NRWTAHTLi:- Sailed Apill 2!):
Ill-, M. S. Lend Deili). lor Honolulu
HHATTLH-Mailed Airll 211:
S. S. liei'ules, for. Honolulu,
SI2ATTI.K Sailed Apnl -TO.
S S. HjmleH, for Honolulu.
NAGASAKI S.illed Apill 2(1:
I' S T Hl for Honolulu.
KAHIII.'U Aulv. ,1 Apr. 2,1:
Si In I'lnspi ', Iriiin T.lroma.
Tlmrsdav. Anril 29. 1000
(1AVIOTA Sailed Apill 2ft:
Ship Fulls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Apill 2H:
S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu.
1111.11 -Sulled April 27:
Ilk. Aldcn lleve, for Honolulu.
Memo.- S. S. Alexin, lepoited as
Killed fiom Yokohama for Hiiro-
lulu on Apill I.!, will not call heie
Tuesday, April 27.
TACOMA Sailed, April 2ii.
Hihi. R. It. I flu ) for tlnurliihi
Wed.icsday, April 23.
SAI.INA (Mtti;: Arrived Apill J!
S. S Vliglnliiii, from If Ho, Ai... In
SAI.INA CItllZ- Sille.l Apill -'( :
S. S T"nn. foi S'ii F. inl.e.1.
PORT tlAMIILH- Anlvt-il Apnl V,:
Sehr. (iinnble, fr.u.i Illlli.
SAN FIUNCISCO Arrlvrtl '.pill H.
S B llllonlan. licnce Api-.l .u.
KAIIITI.FI- Sailed April 27-
S. S. Liu Hue, Tor Hllo
Monday. Anril 20. 1909.
VICTORIA piil 2C:
I S. S. Aorangi leturiieil with main
i feed nine erm Led.
VICTORIA -Sailed Apill 2C:
'S. S Aoiiuigl for Honolulu: ex
pects lo niilvu heie ami hail on
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apr. 2fi:
.lap. ei. Abo, heme via Hllo Apr 10
.lap. -i Sajo, hence via Hllo Apr. 10
YOKOHAMA An Ivcd April 2fi:
S S. Mauchiiliu, hence April !.".
KAHULFI Sailed Apill 21:
Ilk. Fooling Suey for New York.
Saturday, April 24.
PAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 23:
Ilk. Andiew Wrlih for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sailed Apill 21:
h. S. Al.iiued.i, 11 a. m , for Hono
S S. Abl.i. 2 p. mTfor Honolulu.
SAN I'll nNClSCO Arrived Apill 23.
Shr M J, Fosier, henee April I.
Ilk Annie JoIiiumu, Hoiii Hllo.
COLIIMHIA RIVIIll Sailed April 23:
Sehr. It. W. Ilarllett, for Honolulu.
i WATERFRONT NOTE8 "'
li'ltsmi Olllllli: of tho stcinmr Kl
nnii, ulili h nrilved this miiinliig from
Knual, lepurted that the lighthouse
tinder Kuhiil, Captain JuIieiiii, left Kle
ele jesteiday nfteilioon for Wninu.,1.
Till: KINAU arrived this moiiilng
riiim K-iu.il, bringing 12,(1011 lng,i of
silgjr. 37 empty oil b.mels, ft empt
wine liurels, 2J lugs (oco.iiiuih and
27 sundry packages,
'"'" '" roR I'nmaliilllv that
i(llll'r '"al'8 t,a,:"' wl" '"' i-ileil In
I"" '"'"' '""' '" nn ""loiiut eoiiiine
'" llu n ' ' ""' ',a "r "'" Clilt-f In nl 1
.I'.'L'lLJ.iZ? , '.', ''-""-" ! ' ' !
"'"'"" """" ' ,
Soa Wrens, $100
1 18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Oyc.v
mm . -. - - . " v
Motor. $175. Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kliuj St. opp"j4e South St
Saturday, Ma H
Stinr. Mniuia Ken, Froomnii, from
Hawaii, a. in.
Sttur Kllinii, Gregory, fnim Knual.
n. m. ' ,
; ... .;.
Fildny. May 7.
Slmr. Iwnlnnl, MIteliell, for Kauai,
ft: 2(1 p. in.
Stmt. Claitdltie, Dennett, for Maul,
":IS p. m.
PASSEN3ERS ARRIVED ,
Per Htmr. Milium Kea, from lliln
mil w.i) poits, Mny 8. Kt-Vlce Pivnl
Irtit I'alrbiiiks. Mm. Fulrleiiiks, .Mih
IIiiiiiiiiiis, Governor W. Frcar, A. L. ('
Mkiuson, L. A. Tliurston, Capt Hour.
U. Lclium, .las. Hyde, Mrs. llydo. Dr.
Annie llainanl, 11. (J. Illlilows, .Mih.
IliiiroWH, F. W. Aslilon, Alclilc Yoiinu,
I. W. Ihiyle, Turlshlwa. Geo. Mimdoii.
It. Got-lliig, C. Tllcomh, .1. H. MvKeu
r.le. Capt. A. MeWllllJllls. T A. Mill n
Itiaham. Dr. C. 1. Hljivv. .1. .1. Ilelhcr.
Mis. Reiser and inlld, S. i). P.ivton.,
Mrs. V.. M.iililen, Tlieo. D.tvles. Gin.
D.ivli'M. Mlrs Wight. 'Mis. A. .Mnmi, .1
llie'ictl, .Mis. Helfermaii, I'.iluif
Wooils, Jus. 1'iuiesl. It, S. Norrls, Mrti,
Sakai and 3 ihlldreii, F. M. I.cwli. C.
I). Mlllioue, .Mrs. M. Keoludcilole, C.
Lewis, M. S. l)i-ponli. W. A. Il.ildwln.
.1. N S WilllntiiK. .1. II Mt-Ki-nrlc. .I.ih.
F. WikmIb. L. It. Smltli, It. Ko.iiiih. W.
A. Kinney. Paul Liinliy. Y. Von llliig,
C. W. AKhfiiril.'MlKS K. Ciirnwell.
Per r.tnir Klnaii, Gregoiy, from Ka
mil. Mii S.- ll. N. Wllenx, O. A. Wll
e W. II. Rlee dr.. C. A. Rice, Mr.
Ku will, MIbm ll FetW, Miss T Fi-,
1Mb On. ('. I ill Hols, llKopkc. Lieut.
KVlHiMuin. i: 1). Greeur Mis I Kuul.
II Caitnn, V llukmeyer, .Mllatul and
vvli ..and 12 deelt.
Y PASSENGERS UCPARTED
l'i r stinr Cliunllue, for Maul mid
win pi.rls, May 7 -Mih. Jiiiiii Mist, It.
K. IIhiaii A. Cniinlnliel, Miss Mibl,
.Mrs. II. WllliuniH, Mr l.oionreii, Mr
('lliln. Hr O'tiwa. M.illle Ifoiig. V. .1.
Cm llio. Mrs. W. II Keailit. Itev. S. I..
Do1! i .1 W I'm well I) L Aiisl.ln. J.
I) McViKh. M- S'.oe II Aviim, Mint
i: l.lnvd Mrs i: .1 IteevcH. (I. F. Al
I ui o. Mi AITiniMi
I tst t
llll.O, Maj 7. After iicmly i.evin
jcnia of fieedom in K u1, a Chlnci."
named K Kin Kau hits been captUKd
.mil letuiued to tho 1 1 lit jail , by
On .lauuary S, 1!I02, Knin Kau was
convicted on Iwo bulges of ustuiult
10 minder, n-nteiieed lo ten je.ns'
liiiliiisoiiuient and to pay a Hue of
$:iftu with $21! eosls. Ho was eon-
Milul In Hie Fouitli Ciieult Com I by.
Kam Kau escaped fiom u gang of
prisoners woildug on the giiil'.ige
giounil on Sept. 211, 1!KI2. Ho was
heal il of Kovernl tlnifn. lull- never
icun by tho polho uni;i t-'.ieillt Fun
fotiud 111 111 in Kallu.n this week uiis
Ing plga ami telling them at leliill.
Dining the whole sei.i icuih lie
had only been in the village of Kul
lua twite, living all tho time In n
liuiuu belonging to the Jailor, who
had never In-Lit uotllluil of dip iiiuu'h
escape. I'ua got u tip that hu vviik
In the uulglihoiheod, found lilm anil
llliailged to buy a pig to lie dellveieil
to tho Sheiirr In Kiillua. Tom Sp'eli
ler, who Urn .v the man, was uhlo t
ideutlr) him, nnd hu Is now hack nl
his old bii'iidiiig house, the Hllo Jail.
When Kam Kau escaped, the pns
eut .ludi,e AndiuWH wus Sheiiff. Hu
was iih.il fiee dm In;; the tciiu of
Sheiiff Se.iilu, two lei ma of Sheiirr
Kcolnniil ami only four liioulhs of
Sheiirf I'u-iV. tin in. Hi) will Im
Motlght hefoie .ludgo AiidieWH oil
a iharco of escaping, being pioieeut
ed liy Deputy Coillilv Alloriiey Culi
Suilili, who defended him s'uU'ii e.iru
ago ou the itssuiilt lo muiiler (barge.
Fiist Methodist Kplseupal Chiuvii.
comer Ileiotanla nvenno nnd MIUoi
stieet Sunday buliuol, 10 u in Kui-
jinon by Hie piihtnr 11 o'cloek, suhjei I
"Iloiuy, Here and Yonder." The un--mull
will ho nppropilatu for the da),
which Is to he nhxened as Mother '
D.iv. 1 pwoilh LtaKUe, li 'HI p. in., ' ul
Jeel ".Making ll (luest nl Chilst." At
7 - :!il i. m. Ihn lion. Chubs en on
Ii'alrbaiil.s, ex-'leo 1'ieslilcul of i ln
L'nllcil Slates, a nn nilier jil' tho Merl
illau MulhiTllsl Fplseopal Chur'h. In
ill.iliipolls, liidlnna, mid one of Am-!-.
Ic-n's itri'ilifl hi iIhkiiisii, will dt-llMir
iiii addle.... Mon I ij e.talug, Iilhu
Study Class, Mrs. Win c Inn loude..
Wednesday ou-ulng, piayur meet lug.
Rallctin Business Oflire Phono 2517.
llullctia Editorial Boom Phone 185.
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