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RVENINO" nULLBTIM, HONOLULU, T It, TUESDAY. JUNK 22. 1609
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Leahi Ch.-pU. No 2-
Octamc- Second Degree.
Pacific Third Oerjree.
Hawiil.in Iff ond Dccjiff
HA II III IAV
All visiting members of Iho
Order ore coidially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY I.ODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F
Meela evety Motidiy evening l
7:10 in 1. O O Hall, Fort Street.
K K. HHNDIH , Sccii'liiry.
1". 11. 11 Kt:. N. U i
AU visiting brothers veiry cotdlall
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, . o F.I
Meets ovtry llrst aud tlilrd Frl
4u e:'lng ui 7..U Id K. of 1'. Hall,
i. aei foil ana Hereunto. VUltio.
tVuthars iordia.1) luvlicd to ntteurt.
r. It M'OENT. (3 C.
H. OOSI.l NO K. 11. S.
HOhOLULU LOUUE 010, 33. P. 0. E.
Houilulu Lodeo No. 01C, II. P. 0.
i;il(K. meets la tholr hall, ou King
6t tat, mar Tort, eVery Fiiday even
Ink Mailing Urothcra are Wdlally
Invited to uttenel
1' A mit'TIUTT, 12 It.
II. C 12 STON. Sec'y
Wai. HTCINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
trailing nt 7 JO ocloclc In K. of P.
Hull, cor. l'ort and lleretaula. Vlalt
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. Mccnnw, c c.
15. A. JACOHSKN, K. R. 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meits un the 2nd and 4th WKD-
NK&DAY evenings of each month at
7:30 ocloc'. la K. of P. Hall, cornel
Oeretuma and Port streets.
Visiting Kaglca are Invited to at
tend It MrCOY. W. Prest.
ii i Mjui'i:. Sicy.
UA". HAW T1UEE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Mfi. every first and thud Thurs-Jay-
or each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
dlall' invited to attend.
(.120 SANDERSON, Sachem.
12 V TODD C of R.
Being made up of the most
delicate and complicated ma
chinery, always requires the
best of attention from a man
who is an expert at it. We
have such a innn in our es
tablishment, and our prices
o well as our work will
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
At All Watchdealert.
Atiiit for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. V0IU and KINO Sts.. Honolulu
WANT A WIRE BED?
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
5 - CENT CI GAR
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND i:TN0 STREETS
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD
Fort ami mci chant sts,
jyy dullctin ads pay -; ya
. There it n sure rem
edy for your weak
stomach, inactive liver
and clogged bowels,
mid vou'll find it in
Bitlerr It will tone
and invigorate the en
tire sjstem, promote
the supplv of gastric
juices and in every
way help digestion.
Try a bottle toJay for
Loss of Appetite,
and Malaria, Fever and
Ague Insist on
1'"r u "t,ll0''- s"'lth &, f
ltd llolli tir Drug Co, Ltd;
rh.iinbi.is Dun- Co Ltd Hllo Drue
t aud ai nil Wholesale! Liquor
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes,
Perfumed and Plain,
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopatliio Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consultinc. 2-3 p. m.
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8
12 a m., including Saturdays; 3-6
p. m, excepting Saturdays.
The smallest, most powerful Fire
Extinguisher on the market. Just
the thing for automobiles. C. W.
Macfarlane, Agt., Masonic Bldg.
Tht. original and best self
filler Many pen makers have
tned to imitate the Conkling
but none have succeeded in
keeping up to the Conkling
New stock just in.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Levy's for Groceries
You haven't heard the best unless
jou've heard the new
, ' ..
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
' Alexander Young Bldg,
J' l fiTf
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 6.
The Royal Annex is the place to
C,et the best meal in town.
Ilrv Dr Smith, of lloslon, n guest
nt tin.' Moana, la matting n world tour
luter-Uland and O. It. & L. shipping
books for sule at tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
oQlco, 50 each.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, fin
J Jack Dow belt and family nro com
ing from Honolulu, .tune 21), ou n lnlt
to the Volcano. Haw till Herald
A meeting of the Hoard erf (liivcrn
ors of the Marino Exchange will be
l.ol.l lum.trrfiu. nff artuvmf ttl 4 itVlnplf
Charles Alapal rontrllmtut four
liucks to the county this morning and
was warned of the evils of booe fight
People going to the mainland for
their vacation should taku Hawaiian
preserves to their friends. See Mrs
Keurns about It
Oda, the Japanese chauffeur who col
lided with May's wagon last week, was
up before Judge I.ong this week and
was fined J 2.1 and costs.
Francisco Puertcs, a vouth of fifteen,
Is In a fair wa) to become an Inmate
of the Heform School as his parents
are said to be anxious to see him sent
Th. fAci fitrilnul T P IUnnWrt11
who Is charged with furious driving of
un automobile, was continued this
morning nt tjiu Police Court till June
Presh water fish are being washed
tip ou the beach at Walklkl since the
recent rains A ver) large one was
captured last evening In front of the
A meeting of Japanese to plan for
the reception of Admiral IJiclil and his
officers, when the) arrive here, was
held Sunday morning M. Toklcda of
the Yokohama Specie Hank acted as
Mr and Mrs William Lowers Hop
per have Issued cards for the wedding
of their daughter -Catherine Matthews
and Mr Chester Gilbert Livingston ou
Thursday, July 1, nt 8.30 p. m , nt
1802 Keeatimoku street.
J McElroy, a chronic vagrant, was
handed a prize package, good for two
months on the reef, this morning by
Judgo Long McRlrny spun his usual
liing jam about bad link, but the
Judge was not having an) of lli.it tort
Henry P O Sullivan wll net as
Chief Clerk In the Executive Depart
ment, during the absence of Llojd
Conkling, who goes to Hawaii for fif
teen dd) s, where he will make, up a
record of Japanese births on the Island
for the past )car.
There will be a practice game of roc
cer football on Friday, probably at Ma-
ltlkl, and a big turn-out Is expected
Tho game )esterda) was very good
and several new men attended. MC-
Klnley pbjed a fine gamo at back, and
Brown. Ilallcy and Dwlght did well
"Jack No 1," late of Pijl, made Mb
appearance beforo Judge Long this
morning Tho man from Vltl Levu had
mopped up hard booze Instead of stick
ing to uwa, and consequently was
pinched Jack came through with four
cart wheels In atonement for the India-
A detailed report of many pages was
filed in Judgo IVblnBon's court today
by Henry Smith, Master, of six annual
accounts of Mark P. Itnblnson, trustee
of the cBtato of the late James Hobln
son Tho reKrt consists of a long list
of expenditures ou the estate, rentals,
property bought and sold' and valua
tions. deed of convoanco slgnid by W.
12, Wall and Herman Kocke. for a con
slderallon of (11,000 was filed yester-
da) afternoon transferring four acres
to tho Mid-Pacific Institute. Tho land
adjoins the present site, and )esterday
a tablet was unveiled, marking tho
location of the now school building,
now under course of construction,
Madam Sobrlno, the soprano of
the Herbert Withers Concert Com
pany, was forced to leave today for
Hllo to catch tho.KnterprUe for the
CoaBt, as she was under contract for
concert work In London nml was
compelled to reach there at an early
date. Her numbers on tonight's
program will be filled In by Madame
Klzy and Charles Dennett,
Governor Krear this morning held a
conference with Superintendent Hos
liter, and Ihe I'oiCRt Committee of tho
Hureau of Porestry and Agriculture,
and It was decided to put up for auc
Hon COO acres of ohla timber land, in
stead of from 10 to 12 squaro miles at
Puna, Hawaii, as originally planned
It is thought that better results will
bo gilncd by this kind of a sole, and
tho highest bidder will get the tract
offored by tho Dureau
Turned out of business h) tho Oahu
Board of License Commissioners, K.
Ono, proprietor of tho Danzal saloon
was again reinstated at a special med
ial meeting called for the purpose of
considering Ouo'g plea for obtaining n
new license. He said that ho had liecu
In ill health, which compelled him to
bo absent from his place of business,
and tho management had been left lu
other hands. Ho promises to comply
strictly with regulations In tho futu.o
If given a chanco The Hoard was Im
pressed and voted for a renewal Tho
license was originally turned down nn
account of the careless management of
THE BEST IN THE CITY NO DAMPNESS-FIltErROOF NO HUdS
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
82 King St., opt. Union Grill.
75 Porto Ricans
Coming To Hawaii
NBW OltLHANS, June 21 Bevi-iuy-flve Puito lllutns airlved heie
toda) from Porto Ulio en route to 1 nwnll to work na laborers on the
plantations. Others ure following them to Hawaii
I ! , I"
Taft And Diaz
CITY OP M12.XICO, June 21
Washington looking toward He irinuglng of a personal Intervii'v i.c
tween President Tnft and President Dlar, to lake place on the boiiudai)
line between the Pulled Statts tin I MexUo Nelthei Piesldent would
put foot on foreign Mill, although conversing face to tface
CORPORATION SURPLUS TAX MAY EXTEND SESSION Or CONORESS.
WASHINGTON, June 21 PriMldent Tnft linn discussed the pro
posal to Impose a two per cent tax on the undistributed net eiirnliigu
of corporations with n number of the etiitnberH of the Senate A fear
has been expressed that any attempt to pass such legislation now will
keep Congress In session until August
ELSIE SIQEL BURIED.
NI2W YOItK, June 21 Th body of DMe Slgel, the mission woil.
er. who was straneled l a lejeilid Chinese suitor, was bulled t.id i
Her mother Is lu n sanatorium, plus
Chinese, suspected of the luurdei, have been placid tinder ariest.
FAIRBANKS' STAY IN KOREA.
Sr.OUL, Koie.i, June II former Vlie Precldcnt I'.ilr'iniil.i li.n
decided to make an extended stav In Korea owing to the InteiiM he l
taking In the affairs of the Hermit Kingdom He was iecelvi-1 In nil II
ence on Thursda) last b) Hi )2inpiior
A notice, h) thu Count), for supplies
aud muterlals, appears In this Issue
Tho Thti)er Piano Co., Hotel street,
oppositu tho Young lluildlug, sells
pianos on easy pajnient plan
"I'orcegiowrn" will do It Sold In
1Mb. bags for 60c. and 25 lbs. for (I .'i
12. O. Unit fi. Son, Ltd.. sales agents.
Kerr's Is tho place for good clothing
fashionably cut. at low pi Ices The
sale or dry goods ul Ki'ii'h will ion
llnue through thu week only
Seo Iho new Hue of dress suit cases
at Sllvu's Toggery The) are the
handsomest Und most convenient cases
for travelers that have over been
shown in this ilty.
Knirich Lux, l'ort and
. n...... !. 111.., . .Ml (,,l ,ll t itl.L, I
lUtl'UMU, HUB JIHl IlLtlHH ,,l ,t,ivn. .
st)les In bnrrettes and combs These
are to be hud In, bis hnlrdrcHSlug estab
llshment in the Harrison building, Puit
below lleretaula avetiun
ACCOHDINO TO uiithmltattvo state
meats given out )estetdu), the balk
Aldcn Hesse, which has been cur)
lng olila wood from Hllo to Ibis port
had surrendered her ihurter to can)
ohla ties frotin Hllo to Hedouilo The
owners think that owing to the wilght
of the ohla ties she will not bo able to
carry much more than half a caigo
which Is a losing proposition
THI2 FLAGSHIP Mnunn Kea, Cap
tain Freeman, of tho lnlei-lsl.mil licet
having ou board her, ono of tho laig
est crowdn that ever sailed from Ibis
port, left at noon today for Hllo via
Maul ports. Most of her pisseugeis
wero principally school chlldien, who
have Just completed their school term
Tim BTI2AMI2HS Klnait and Mlka
hala, tho former going to Kauai, and
tho latter to Molokal-Maul pons, will
leavo at 5 o'clock this afternoon for
their destination Ilesldes cat r) lug
passengers, the) will lako along mail
and freight for the Jsl.iuil stores
TUB CAM.nSIIIP Flatiremo Waul
Captain IMItz, Is puipailug to leave for
her annual trip to Midway She Is
now taking on supplies for the Inliah
Hants on Midway She will piobabl)
leave next Saturday
Negotiations ue under .v with
rated through the ti.igul)
Per etmi Kluuii, tlicgor). foi Kan.n
Iitne "- ' p III Nellie Ivapiile, Miss
12 Knco. II W i:hltrs and wife. S
i Kaco, llrn Lewa lokln. Miss Auub
Akul. Miss Annie IMelra. Helen
Silimelllui,, Mastei .1 Peielia. Miss
Hinds J W l)(i)le (' M riioui is. M
I Pileini Ah Cluing AI, Mrs Ainuoil
Mrs l'rellas, Mrs. II I) Ilaldwlu and
son Mrs lie lliitlenlle, Mis 0 lllack
I stead. Mri lllacksted. Miss lllnckslcd
Mis Weber, Miss Wihei, Anna I nun
tain, I2va Fountain, N Audeisou Ilex
ter Prase,-, MUs A Hoae .Miss II
Hoae, I II Neal. I'anii) Sobo and
ehlldrtu, Mrs. Mollekal
Per slinr. Claudliie foi Maui an I
llawnll June 2." Miss Medi Inn .MIbk
Jones, Mar) Hodilgiies. Macbni Nil
UC7, Miss Mar) Kclmltr Wllheluiliii
Kclinlly !' Mnelnl I' A I llfkln U',,i
llihi Mlu llnnliMlnl Mlolu'b Miss
H Slender. IMIIb Kiola, Mai Ion e
oil Mis. lloswell. Alfred Nunez. W
i Login. Miss Mar) l.ul. Miss II Cum
iiilngi, I.'rucst Herbert, I loin.
but. Waller Stotl, V I. llutk
II. t'otrea, Frank Conei
Per stmr MlkalinU, Tilllett, for Mo
Inkal and Maul nls, June 2.', .",'p m
Dr Honshu. J llolhteln, Willie C.nh
(-ill, 111 II P .ludil. Wm Hitihcoek.
I) Damon (! Willfong, D lounscud,
Per S S Aoiaugl, foi VUloila June
23 Miss It F Nofrle, Mr and MrH J
I) Farrell, W. W I. Powell. Mis
tlielg. MUs Hielg. A N. Cabriuh I.
Miss S M Smith. J. C P.wlng, Miss
Pel S, S Miikut.i, for Colonies, June
23. Mr .ami Mis. Occltsloii. Miss LU)
Dull, Y. Sang Murk (for Suva)
THI2 CANADIAN AUSTRALIAN llu
er Aorangl, is duo to auive fiom the
Colonies tumoirow morning She will
leave In the .afternoon, sailing piobah
ly (it r, o' lo. K A number of passen
gets have ulieady bool d to leave In
Till) AM12HICAN HAWAIIAN liner
Mexican, Captain Tuple), will probably
leavo for Poit Allen, Kauai, tomorrow
night She Is now discharging Inn tur
go, nml at the snine time taking on
Kiigui at tho Cuiiipnii) s whatf makal
of Ihe rallioad wharf
TIII2 ST12AMI2II Nllh lit. aiilvlng
fiom Kuwalhae, Hawaii, Ibis moiulug
biougbl 7U0U bags sugar, 1,0 head cnl
tie, 2li head calves, 4 plces'cii whrids
THI2 MAHNA LOA going ou the
KouaKau i mi. Iirft toda) at noon fur
her destination Shu alto caiilcd n
good klz7ed list of pauseugeis
W. W. AHANA CO., TAILORS
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, June 2?
,1 ' t lit 7. ivi.i Jim t '
H " Ii nn riolll Hii" lllIH
tl IOTA Sail d June I'
S'p M Cblleott tor II' miliilu
NAHASAKI Sailed June 21
I! S A. T. Shcrld ill. for Honolulu.
KAN I I1ANCISCO- Arrived .Ii 22-
S S. Ali.med.i. hence June 1(1.
Per H S Luillne
rrnnclFin Jiui" II -
Weeileu fliim Han
Mrs T 'I OslMim
N Osboru. Mis P I. Wiavir, A l
L.uiiiiili MrK .1. Vleiru, A Vlerru, Jr.
Mr M 12 Tuirell Mrs (Irtice Lent
mid (blld Mlvs, M (lime Inn ll'ilas
sllllo I W Stevvirl I H ilallev M
and Mrs It I l.lllle MIhs Margnei
Scott Mrs liditiMiu Mr, i il n
GALLANT RESCUE "
BY NKW ARRIVAL
Owing to the pHimpi and gillnit ue
tion nf it lien iinlwil lu lloiinlillil, the
Hie of a wiling lliwill.m bn wis)
save I )tiid.iv nfleruonn Seeing;
the lad In tile rlie.iin at Ihe (oilier of
King mid Itlver htriets. Hie ini'lhliil.
whose n line Is Waller Kier, plilUKid III
and diew the bov In the bulk
Kler did not even step to leinove his
rhees, hat or nil) thing lue As roiiu
as the bo) ciled lor help, and Kler saw
Hint the )ouugstei wan rebed with
cramps he, without hesllntiu.i, dived
Into the watei.
'Micro waH a large crowd present und
all was eveltement foi tt while. Komi
of the i(iiplo wlin wcio pieHCnl Ihoiighl
that Iho bo) was fi;olln. tun! did until
lug to Inlp Kler Ikiwcwi, hjw the
bov sink onie anil then went over the
bank lu one ll)lug leap to the rest lie
Klor at II i Hi would uoi give his
ii line, and mil) wauled to slip iiulit.v
uuiiy lifter laving Hie l,i, s life He
Is u stiaugii' In Ibis (Itv and does
not upc.ir to be know b) antbodv
MAN TO CONFESS
Allliinigii the enroll rV Jim ar lved
nt a verdict thai left the dea'h of
Hcui) Wi llu rill linn oi less of u
mvsler), the police ilcinrtim lit luvi
In no iniaiiH glviu up ihe (.it, an 1
some hiusalloii.il ilctclopmi Hh mi)
be c ( led III n ill) in hi
TIil limn min who eie held on sub
pic Inn of muideilirt Witherlll ale
hllll In eustod) nml it IhiiiIiiI IIui
one of them will breil, douii soon and
confess who (iimmlltid Die uliue
l)iiutv SheiilT Hose Is winking ou
the case and Is having m, nliun un
t III lit- 1 to feirel out wild ,lll 111 111 V
Wetlirilll to de.itli
BOOKED FOR HAWAII
Maniigii Joe Cohen Is In ncilpt
ol advlics from tin iniliilaiid whlih
' h' 'I' ,,"l,i ""el III!
I le Post I'oni-
p.iiD lire not iiimlug to Honolulu II
apiieits that the )ouug ladlis of the
lotnpati) who do the dnuiliig pall
ol Ihe show, could nut make up Iheli
minds to go mi fat awn) fiom home.
and, iillhiiitgh Hie ntli.it lions of Ha
waii wile foi ceil on Until notice III
ocp possible wn), tiie) posUHely
clei lined In make Hie trip
Ml Ciihen Is vei) Tiiiich dlsap
polulcd over Ihe mittei mid Is now
haul at woil, tijlug lo iiiruui,e for
some oilier show to liupoit It Is
vei) ptoluhle that t'hliiiltila. Hie
woudeifnl little midget wlio has
chut mill audleuiiH all over the
world, will make Hie dip lo Hono
lulu under Cohen's inimigenitut
Tint little woman, who Is mil) 28
Incliei in height, and who weighs
but 20 pounds, lu a wnuileiful slng
u aud dauiei llei voice Is said to
be leiu.ii Labi) clear and lu-i ilaiiclug
us good as most of the hugei hIiiih
hie ssi d with la i gei iropoiloil
NEW ROAD WORK
lto.ul Siipeivlsoi John II Wilson,
with a laigu foi c e of men, hi gall
woilv jesleidav on the new Ala Mo
ulin load opposite Camp Pill) und
Vli tin In stieel lu fiom of tile Mc
Klllle) lll,!l Si lie ill Oil lUioiint of
Hi" lain of tin nasi lew davs. vunU
' was suspilided leuipoiiiill) on tlio
und to I'.ill up the utile) Tho
'w oil has pingiessnl au f.u as Hie
! Honolulu n.ihv. .omine Imum,,i ii,
Sea Wrens, .$100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kinij St. oprVe South SL
r r? J ' S t M "
?- a ?d :-r ? I V s',
i if,. i I U -J
i m in i n i i in i ,l
I i I
21 f. ." i i. r. I In to vi . Iti f. l in ju
H T Oi U t 1 10 II S 19 ' 0 IV II (I)
I ! I I
ii 7 09 n on ( it ill r, tv lit,
I I I I I
'I a I s lu Jl B f 2 Ml . l II IV
t I I
-'i 'Mill l Z I I ,. . i) 6 f, VWI
AS M I I
.ii ii 1 1 lu ui mi ii, (1 s in u iii
v m i i
r. i n i i it irj i ',; ; it , .-i it, t it
I'll nt quarter of the moon, June
Hawaiian utandsiu time m lu ijuui.
I JU mliiuies slower than Greenwich
I time, being that of Hi') merldlati of 157
legncs 30 iiiluutes Tl o time whistle
nlows at 1:30 p. in, which Is thu same
us (Ireeuwli h, u houiu 0 minutes. Suu
and moon ale for local time for tne
f ARRIVED ,
fr " r
Monilii), .I)ll 21
I' tl I. H T Kukiil, JoImoii, I IJ
Tuesil't), J line 22
tl S l.urllne, Weedeu, fiom Sill
li.ini Isio, II a. m
Slim Mih'iil, Oiiess, fiom Kaw.ilb.ie,
Hawaii, U 05 n. in
Moiiila). June 21
tltiui Noeau for Kapaa and otlu r
Kauai HiiiH, . p in
tilmr. I A Cummins, for Walinanalo,
Stmr. tl Hall, for Kauai Hirln. r
Kibr. Cotienrd. for Hawaii. r :!u p. m
Tiissdii), Juno 22
Stmr Maun i I.oi, Slmeison, fur Ko
ii i and Kan ports, 12 noon
Stun Miluttt Kea, 1'ieeinati, for Hllo
in I wa) poils, j noon
St mi. Ilelene, lor Pa lllll.lll aud Ooka
la, Vi noon
Stmr. Kliiau, fur Ka ml ports, .' p in.
Hum Mlkali.il i, Im Molokai und
Maul polls, u p m
Stun Iwnlaiil, for .Mahukona and Ka
Aiilhae f, p. m
j" DUE TOMORROW "
C A S. S Aorangl, fiom Ihe Col
In crulseni A so and So) a, from
j SAILING TOMORROW
C S. K. Aoningl, for Vic lorla Van
o 1 1 v i, p m
A II. S. S .Mexican, for Port Allen,
P M. K S. China, Pilele fiom Sail
Stmr Clandlue, fiom Maui poils. a in
, SAIL THURSDAY
p i tt s
China, Pilele, for Yoko
li.uu.i p in
I RASSENOER8 DEPARTED I
v - I.
Per stmr. Manna Kea. Pieeiuau, for
Maul and Hllo June 1'.', 12 noon 1'.
Ilairlsoii Hi () CI iss. I McCiossou,
(' Hi (Ionian Ml Muln, r und wife, 1.
12. Weight I' H Knight MuHer Con
int. Hi i be it llerg Master Tullogh,
Miss low. Mi's M Austin. Miss V
Austin. Ml -in Wilcox MIsh t! II Ole
son Mis A I (le ls Misa Ma) Me
Alllsln. VIIks 12 MeAllibtti. Will
Wtighl and Hi W It IDars (3 A
Ilofge II M IIoIhHs. U (I. Ileudei
sou, Mai) Apo. Mis II. Hiilues, II A
(Jll. h, II I.. HoUlcIn, Miss J I) Hoi
inn. Matter K. Willie. S I. Desh i
tlio Uislia, Mm) lloini ison. Miss Ne!
lie Can), MIhh M liiiihcm Mis Pet
nainli ? ami ton Mis I (laula, Sam
Woods and wife. Margate t Siott.MliKos
Man, I". Ina funis, (loodildge Tiiruei,
Miss I' N. Caitei Miss Sliellleld, W
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