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BVEN1N0 DULU5TIN. flONOLULTJ, T. H., KniDAY, AUGUST-flr-lOOD.
Oceanic First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter noyal Arch.
All visiting membert of tha
Order nre cordially Invited to
tie nd meetings ot local lodges
EARJIONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. E.
Meets tvprr Monday evening at
:3Q In I. O. 0. F Hall Kort Street.
B. It. HENDIIY, Secretary
V. D. W1CKE, N. U.
Air visiting brothers tary cordlall)
OAHU LODQE, Mo. 1, K. of P
Meets every first and third Frl
lay cloning at 7:30 In IC. ot P. Hall,
corner Kort nml Deretanla. Vlaltlni
orothors cordially Invited to attend.
F. I.. NUUHXT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. GIG, I). P. 0.
Kike, meets in their ball, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting llrothcra nro cordlall)
Invited to attend.
K. A. DOUTIUTT. n. It.
H. C. HASTON, Sec'y.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every Lud and 4th Saturda)
ivenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. o( V.
, Hall, cor. Fort and llorotanla. Visit-
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at-
F. M. McOUEW, C. C.
E. A. JACOIISEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. Z.
Moets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY erenlngB of each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
'Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
nd. W. M. McCOY, W., Preit.
II. T. MOOHE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
I.. A. PERRY. Sachem.
13. V. TODD, 0. of R.
Wc are in line with tho
best assortment ot
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KING Sts., Honolulu.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Building, Fort St.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
EulleUu Editorial Room Phone 185,
take- n hot-
you go away
from liome. It
may avo joii a long Illness. And it
you aro not gulag away, keep it with
you, alwayn, In tho home.
Is the host family tncdlclno you can
havo. A thorough rourso of treat
ment with It make good red blood,
brings tho old color hack to the lips,
lllls out tho checks, nnd gives tho
glow ot perfect health.
Perhaps you sutler from the en
feebling c fleet ot a prolonged spell ot
warm weather. If so, Ayor's Sarsapa
rilla will ltallzo your blood and 1ve
you renowed force, vim, and energy.
A now tnmtr, Jtrr' Snma
luivlUa roiitilnn no alcohol.
There are rrnny imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
timni tr Dr. J. C. hit k C , ll.llt, Mui., U.S..
ATKS'S TILLS, Ik. fctrt hrallr UuUtl.
No two men are just
alike no two suit
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made for yon.
Get us to make them '
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
Old-stylo straight Ken
tucky Bourbon. Conti
nental was the favorite
ot the Southern gentry
ot "befoah the war" pe
riod, 'A good, honest,
friendly old whiskey'."
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
readv for mailing, 00 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office
Style and Fit
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big NlekelBe'raich Pad for sale
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of 'good paper. Six for a
Oct yonr lint cleaned at the trading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Kort street.
Where are you 'going tonight t
Why, to the concert and dance at
the X. P. hall, of course.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable."
You will bo surprised at Ita cooling
and preservatfvo properties California
Feed Co., agntj. (
Tho Royal Annex bar will rc-opo'n
Saturday evening, August 7. under tho
management of Dick Sullivan nnd
Jorry Coker. Everybody Is cordially
Invited to ntlend. .
New ginghams, 10c n yard. Whit
ney & Marsh.
C. K. Notlcy, president ot the Home
Ilulo party, nrrlved this morning froi.i
V. M. Graham was a pastengcr this
morning from Hawaii. Ho arrived on
tho Mantm Ken.
Services tomorrow morning at Oc
man Lutheran Church, Pastor Folmy,
at 11 o'clock. Sunday bchool nt 9:45
Ocorgo Lycurgus, manager of tho
Union Grill, who went up to Hllo on
business, leturncd today on tho Mauna
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1 Woods of Hawaii
woro arrivals today on tho Mauna Kca.
They will probably stay hero about
A. Oartlcy, manager of the Hawaii
an Klectrlc Company, returned this
morning from Hawaii, nrrlvl.w on tho
steamer Mauna Ken.
A petition was nicd today by Llizlo
Namokueha for lettors of administra
tion for the estate of Oeorgo Namo
kuchn, deceased. Tho total value of
tho cstato Is 1250.
Judge V. L. Stanley nnd Cecil
Brown, president of tho First Nation
al Hank, noro Incoming p isa-mcrs on
tho Mauna Ken today.
Don't worry over wash iby. l'ut the
brunt of tho work on I'nu Kn liana,
tho soap that will clean without tiring
our muscles. At all grocers or Fred
L. Waldron. Telcphpno 12.
Men who nro looking for tho latott
and best In footwear are referred to
nd In this Issuo of Mclncrny's Shoo
Store. It shows ono of tho most ntyl
Isli of tho Packard models.
New Summer and Fall styles in Al
fred Dcnjamln Co. clothes aro now
open at tho Kash Co., Ltd., corner Fort
and Hotel streots. Thcso suits aro
mado In tho prevailing Now York
styles, for warm weather wear.
T. Ota, who pleaded guilty Tjofnro
Judgo Andrado ot selling poisonous
drugs without a proper license and
who was fined 150, has appealed to IhO
Circuit Court for mitigation of his sen
tence. Sachs' mammoth clcaranco Rale
continues only a fow days longer. Don't
put oft purchasing until too late. Hun
dreds and hundreds ot satisfied cus'
tomors havo taken advantage of tho
marvelous bargains during tlio past
Work on placing tho telephone lines
underground began yesterday, a gang
of men beginning work on Merchant
street. Today other gangs will begin
work, and by noxt week tho company
expects to havo tho project well under
Tha Manufacturers' Shoo Co Is Just
In receipt ot a shipment of thr latest
Btylcs In Indies' footwoar stylos ho
now that cuts to Illustrate thuui wuro
unobtainable at tho factory. vou aro
Invited to call at tho storo and try
Jordans received by Hllonlan a
grand lot of novelty waists, over 10'J
htylos of really high class goods. All
sizes up to 2S.00. No two walslu In
the cntlro lino alike. Not only aro thn
styles very' beautiful, but tho cut Is
Ih overy way perfect.
Tho Independent Auto Stand, nt
King and Bishop Btrccts, havo as a
btartcr flvo of tho most expert chauf
feurs in tho city. Tho stand Is well
located and tho cars among tho bout,
The stand makes a specialty ot round
tho Island trips, but Is at your sor-
vice by tho day, hour or at hack ratoa.
It you contcmplato tho purchaso of
an adding machlno don't fall to con
bldcr tho WrIcs Vlsiblo, tho best add
ing and listing machlno on tho market,
So thoroughly certain Is tho Hawalluu
Nowa'Co. of this fact that 'a thirty-day
froo test Is offered. Try tho Wales
Visible for thirty days and return It
If j on do not llk'o it. Isn't thls'a fair
W. W. AHANA CO.
02 South King St.
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE.
Kitchener Field Marshal
LONDON, AIJOU8T fl. Ocncrnl YIcount Kitchener ha been ap
pointed field marshal nnd Inspector-general of tho Mediterranean forces,
succeeding II, II. 11. tho DitKc of Con l. aught. He also retains command
ot tho forces In India. Viscount Kitchener Is the juungest Held marshal
In tho history of Hngland.
Horatio Herbert Kitchener, fir
O. C. It., O. M., C. M. O., was born
ford, County Kerry. Ho was cducn
nt Woollen nnd entered tho engine
llngutshed, nnd In tS'JO ho liccunio S
chief of stnff In South Africa, nnd In
mander In chief. In 1902 ho been
Kitchener was created llarou Kltche
He has twice received the thanks o
$400,000 by tho British govcrnomnt
Japan Forces China
TOKIO, August 7. As tho climax
Japan has sent her ultimatum to Chlnn,
to tho Powers, announcing that she will proceed to reconstruct tho
Antung-Miikden rnllrond, regardless of China's opposition, In accord
unco with the treaty of 190R.
Jnpnn dcclnres that nftcr negotiations, extending over three jenrs,
China is still unyielding nnd refuses, to reccdn from her luitcn.iblu losl
Hon through n policy of evasion nndprocrastlnntlon.
It Is not believed hero that tho ultimatum will result In nn) thing
m i ' m
HIDES FHEE LEATHER DUTIABLE.
BAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 6. Tin-
free list nnd n duty of ten per ecu t
. Jl L
Drnvinir. Exnrtu and
uenerai uoniracung. u. w.
... jf .
129 Merchant Street, adjoining Stangcmvald Buildinc.
Real. Estate for Sale and Lease
CITY AND SUBURBAN LOTS. FARMING LANDS.
; Popular Place Reopened ;
Under tho management of genial
Dick Sullivan nnd Jerry Coker, Iho
Royal Annex liar will bo thrown open
to tho public at G o'clock OiIb evening.
Tho citizens of Honolulu aro conllnlly
invited to attend a good tlino Is prom-
Per Sir. Mauna Kca, Freeman,
from Hllo nnd way ports, 7 n. m.: j
Mrs. Dwlght, Miss Dwlght, II. F.
Crawford, Miss Nichols. Miss K. J.
Ilogcrs, Miss A. Chambers, Mrs. O. C.
Howies, V. Ii. Hubbard, W. T. C.
Smith, I-. Hill, W. Hill, W. U Colt
hard, II. C. Hllss, C. N. IIIIbs, It.
Avcrell, C. W. Cobb, Miss Cobb, Miss
Sncll, MIsrcs Soper (2), Oco. I.e
voso. Miss D. Wood, Mrs. C. II.
Wood, Master AVood, Master Schae
fcr, Miss S. Ilallentyno, Miss It.
Werner. Mrs. J. II. Christopher, Mrs.
II, Mnbbcry nnd two children, II. A.
ltnnsh, V. Flnckc, T. P. dray. W.
M. Graham, S. Harrison, C. O, llart
lctt, Mrs. 11. K. Ilalrd and child,
Master V. Beckley, Cecil llrown, W.
st Viscount Kitchener of Khiutum,
in lKlin nt Crotlrr House, Ibillylong
ted nt Iho Hoyal Military, Academy
ers in 1R71, Ills services wei.o dls-
Idar of Egypt. In l!)00 ho became
tcr succeeded Lord ltolieits ns com-
me cnmmnnilcr In chief In India.
tier lnrl898 nnd viscount In 1902.
f Parliament nnd has been voted
In acknowledgment of his services.
nx of jlio protrnctcd conlniversy,
n, and litis Issued nn ofllclnl nolo
new tariff law puis hides on tin
on manufactured leather.
Telephone S88. Wood and Coal Stove
fuel. Quality and Quantity the aim.
and PilHm? "wl
menu uu all, frop.
P.O. 1JOX 451
Itfri.' All of Iho old patrons will find
tho plnco ns cool and comfortable ns
l.oforo and with Dick Sullivan and
Jeiry Cokcr behind tho bar Iho service
will bo par excellence. Don't forget
tho "nig Opening" and como early
nnd stay jto.
I.. Stanley, Mrs. J. P)per, Miss
llrockle, Cnpt. Maker, l.leut. Tur
ner, It. II. Anderson, Master Iloogs,
It, K. Ilonlne, W. C. I.ash, Miss A.
Hobo, Oeo. I.)curgus unit servant,
Mis. Cn brill nml four children, T.
Anahnwa, Hrv, H. Hlgiichl, T. Man
Chong. W. II. Ilccn, C. II. Notlcy,
I.. Gilbert, Miss A. Ilnrnnril, A.
Weill, Miss C. Hcslllc, Mrs. II. P.
Hockley, Mrs. P. W. lllent. Miss A.
Panjullno, It. O. Mntheson. J. F.
Woods, Mis. Woods and two serv
ants. Miss TowiiRcnd, U. Ken Kin,
Mlsa I,. Vlng. F. II. Shaver. Oeo.
Holt, Chris Holt, Miss Meek, Win.
Hookanlu, Itcv. Shim Yin Cliln, W.
llnlllngcr, J. Ollvcrlun, Clins. Ah
I.nl, Miss M. K, Lou, A. Oarlley, llro.
Kdward, l.co Wo, Chong Il.i, Miss V.
DavldKon, Miss A, Keiila.
Is the strongest and best flour made for family use. It
requires less flour to the loaf of bread than most other
brands, and its uniformity of quality year in and year out
enables the cook to judge accurately how it will bake.
There's no uncertainty about C. B. New stock just in.
I TTTT.NPV MA
f IN FOJ
Saturday, Aunust 7.
SAN mANCISCO Sailed Aug 7:
8. S. Alameda, noon, for Honolulu.
I Ilklno. a. u. wiiuer, ior uummim.
SAN KHANCISCO At rived Aug. 7:
S. S. Mexican, fiiiin Sallna Cruz.
NHWCASTLB Sailed Aug. 7:
S. S. Vennnchan, for Honolulu.
tltf t U..I1...1 Am' T!
S. S. Kulcrprlsc, for San Francisco.
S. S. Siberia snlls for San Francisco
, tomorrow (Kuniliiyj nt v n. in.
TIIK STHAMKIl Mauna Ki-n, nrrlx
Ml this lnnrnlng from Hawaii, bringing
a full list ot pnsHcngcrs nnd general
cargo. Purser Phillips reports the fol
lowing sugar on Hnwall leady for
ihlpmont: Oliin, 11,297; Walakca,
28.O0O; Waln.ikii, 4M0; Onomea, II,
ppflj Pepeekco, .9fi.'.; llonomu, A7U0;
Hnkalait. finished; liiipthnchnc, 2".
000; Ookala, 200(1; Kiiknluu I). 4791,
11. 435; Hanmktu, K.dOO; Paauliaii,
S300; Honok.ia, COCO; Kukiilhaolo,
CCOO; Pim.iluii, 11878; llomiapo, 1937.
I PA8SENQEH8 BOOKtU
Per P. M. S. S. Slhsila, for San Fran
Cisco, Aug. 7. D. P. It. lsenbcrg nnd
wife, W. II. (Ilbblns, II. II Olbblns and
(.crvant, II. Khlers and wife, H. W.
Peterson, F, .I. I.owicy, A, J, Lowrcy,
Fred Knight an I ulto, Miss Tliolnn
Parker, Mlsn Ilivcu, Mrs. Wnlcrliiiry
Miss llrndford. Miss Margaret Hind
Mlsa Mon.i Hind, Miss Clirn Low, I..
II, llorclko, Oeo. llrown, Carl Schncfer,
Mis. C. P. Morso and 2 children. Mies
p. Hnrd.iwny, Miss M. Moon, Simon
Wile. Dr. It. II. Dlncgar, ulfo nnd 2
children, Sam Wight, Mrs. O. II.
llalley, Mis. I)r, Henry Matthey and 2
(.htldrcn, ll, Schoenfeld mid wife, Mrs.
II. II. Allen, Mrs. W. II. Urnlncrd and
Infant. .Mrs. .I. O. Hush, MIsm IM.i
Schllchcr, Mrs. I,. Haffcrty, Mrs. I..
Itlchards. R. M. Walsh, Dr. A. A.
Ulackman,' wlfo nnd child, K. O, At-
water, C. II. lllnckman, Mrs. nolle
Russell, Miss Helen Crnglu. Mrs. I. O
ninckman, Mrs. .Iiilln Hnlcr, Dr. K. V.
WHco, I,. P, Scott, II. A. Itausch,
Thco. Cooke, Milton Goldsmith, Miss
C. Goldsmllh, .1, A. Itoschorn nml wife
Mrs. K. A. Shaw, II. P. Gardner nnd
wlfo, C. it. Hunter, B. Hodemnnn
Jonathan Shaw, Mis. G. J. Decker and
daughter. F. II, Sinclair, K. Cropp
John Hepburn, Miss .Mnnrof,..MIss K.
McGruth, Mrs. .1. 1). Whllu nnd inn
O. II. Zccht and wire. Miss A. Stewart
M. F. Prosscr, 1.. Hill, W. Hill, Mls4
K. Mnlonoy, l.leut. K. P. More, Mar.
Ino Corps; 11. D. Don man, wlfo nnd
von; Miss V. K1111110, Dr. I. Lewis, John
Dolor, Alex. Poulos, W. u. Cnthorp
Geo. iX. It. Twiibo, Otcar Mnurer and
wife, Mrs. Mary .Moody, Mrs. E. S.
Orny, I. 11. Kerr and wlfo, Miss Kerr,
Miss Pooler, Thomas .lobsou nnd wife.
Per M. N, S. S. Hllonlan. for San
Francisco, Aug. 10. Miss K.imes. Miss
Mnydcll, S. A. Monsarrat nnd wlfo, W.
H, Pulnniii nml wlfo, A. W. Chilton, K.
O. Chilton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jobsou, Mrs.
A. T. Morso, Miss M. lleldy, Miss U A.
Mom oe, Mrs. (I. .1. Decker nnd (laugh
ter, Mrs. M. C. Peek, Mis. V. Schultz,
Cnpt. Ilaktr, l.luut. Turner. C. II. Met
calf, J. A.. It. Vlerra, J. G. Farla, Mary
Farla, W. ltascmnii, K. W. Wilcox,
Chns. P. LanilresHc, Miss B. M. Slier
Ulan, Junatlinu Shaw, Miss P. I.. Hose,
Mr ami Mis. Hnrutmanu, Miss Kvans,
Miss Kali) Cooku, Ous Cordes, Mabel
Cordes, Mrs. M. .1. ,811a res.
MRS. SIMERSON DEAD
Mrs. A'mlo Kclkeoowu Slmerson,
wlfo of Captain A. C. Slmerson of the
.Mauna l.on, died this morning at 11
o'clock nt her homo at Palatini. Shu
has been ailing for three da)B, suffer
ing fioni asthma bronchitis. Dr. Mc
Donald was mo iittendlng physician.
Captain Slmerson has been notified
by wireless of tho death of his wire
Tho funeral arrangements will bo an
BULLETIN AIM PAV
V & nr T 4-J
AV .1 la
f! s. m fl. It I. M.
.r 1 a: j 1 1 in vain va
I a 1 1 1 11 4 m 10 vi1 I
I I 11. m
ft SUM a ir. oirtii 11'
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II CM l.. (1 II 0 II I J l
7 I T it 1.2 7 :i1 1 H t a;l
A. m. I'. M, t I
a at '
s i.i.i. s n it; 3 ot:
inn J u ih a.iH a ill
Last quarter of tho moon August 8.
lluftullan standard tluio is lu Uuai.
30 minutes slower than Oreeuwlcu
time, being that of tho meridian ot 167
I cgrces 30 minutes 11 n ume wuisuu
blows at 1:30 D. m which Is U10 sumo
at (Irccnwlcb, 0 hours u minutes. Hun
and moon aio for local time tor Uie
Saturday, August 7.
U, S. S. cruiser St. Louis, from Sa
moa, 7: HO 11. m,
P. M. S. S, Siberia, from Yokohann,
8: 10 n. m.
Stmr. Mauna Kca, from Hllo nml
Maul portu, 7 n, m.
Friday, August G.
A.-ll. K. S, Texan, for Port Allen.
.": I.i p. m.
Stmr. Chuiilluc, for Muni and llnwnll
ports, 5 p. m.
Fr. bk, Amlinl Ceclle, for Port Town
tend, 2 p. m.
Stmr. N'oe.iu, for Knual ports, fi p, 111.
Schr. Kn Mol, for Hawaii, a. in.
P. M. S. S, Siberia, for San Fran
(.Ire. , S p. m,
f SAILING TOMORROW T
S. S. Siberia, Zeedcr, Tor San Fran
cisco, 9 a, in.
Stmr. MlkahAla, fioni Molokal ports,
A. m. ,
Stmr. Klnaii, from Knual ports, a.
A. II. S. 8. Texan, for Port Allen, S
Sir. Clauillnc for Maul and Hiw.ill
porl:, .'. p. in.
j PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per P. M. rt. S Siberia, from Yoko
hama. Aug. 7. For Honolulu: T. II.
llclfleld. .Mrs. T. 11. Ilelfleld. IC. C.
Pi own. Mrs. K. C. Urmvn, Miss II. V.
Clarksnn, Carl Crltchett, Mrs. Call
Crltchctt imd Infant. Master Crllclictt,
T. Field, Mrs. T. Field. M. Kanl. W
II. Mclnerny. Through: S. Aral, Mrs.
Mary llarnos, Mrs. .1. Dell, M. c.
Drookes, Miss Dorothy Diyau, William
I.'. Hurt Krnest D. Iliirlon. Mrs. Brnest
ll. Ilnrlon, Miss M. B. Iliirlon, Lieut
Guy W. S. Caslle, .Morris U Doll, Mlsi
Annii Doiilln, Mrs. K. Dudley. Lieut
Otto Bbert. Mis. V. B, Fnliiiestnck,
.Mrs. Forbls, Miss Forbls. Mrs. J. Gug
genheim nml Infant, 2 children nn.)
aniah, G. Howard, Adolph llupc, A.
Jurkson, Mrs. A. Jackson. T. Kokido,
Miss Alinlo KooIk-iii, Msh II. M. I.ann
Ing, C'hiiM. Lorjo, F. J, Lnepc, lleinhaid
Martin. Mrs, Ilernbaril Marlon, Miss
K. I). MfLaiirln. Dr. L. (' Mendel. Mis.
L. C. Mendel. Miss I. Mendel, S. Mil
lata, T. Nakahasl, L. Niimmciircn,
.Miss F. O'Meara, Win. Pholnn, Win.
I'lolz, Itnlph Potter. Itoraco G. Hoed,
Dr. C. E. Itlggs. D. W Itoso, K. Shllia
bara. Barl Smith. Mrs. J. W. Sinllli,
Fred Sommcrs, Mrs. J. Stmtovput,
Mrs. L. K. Thoiins, Dr. lt..Thiiiiin.ild
Mis I. Miiitlo and maid, Slginiind
Webis. Mis. if, .1, Whitley. .1. C. Wll
Mir. Mrs. .1. C. Wilbur. Wong Q11I11
Wah and nallvo sorvant.
t PASSENGER8 DEPARTED "
Per str. Qlaudlno, for Maul and III
lo, Aug. (i. N. Constublo nnd wlfo mid
child, Miss Holdcn, Miss Wodehoiise
Miss von Tempsky, Mrs. W. Hlckey
Miss L. Vtidoboiiso, P. M, Knhokiio
lima, Miss Klla Goo Kim, Miss Annls
Goo Kim. Pro', nnd Mrs. Alcxander
B. F. Moseloy, 8. H. J'.osos, Miss
Daisy Wilder, Mrs. II K. Knlwlne.i
liana, MrM. Miickall, Miss Mackall, I'
W. Ashford. A. Tavaics. M. O. Laden
Secretary Mntheson of tho Gnxorn
(ir's office was among tho niilvnli II1I11
morning on tho Mauna Kon. Ho came
liom Hawaii, where ho WMt to llnlsh
up tho registration ot tho Hawaiian-
Editor Klmura of tho Ilan'aUaii-Iai.-nneso
Dally Chronlclo received an un
signed letter, written lu JnpaiO(,, tint
ing that ho would bo thu uuxt i.inr. to
Lo assnsslnaled. Tho wi Iter cuPj him
iclf 11 gambler.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175, Complete.
TIIE CHARLES D. WALKERS BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St., opposite South St, .
:.m,G.iftfailTli I,, dtHwiyMI ..