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EVENING nUI.I.KTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUR3DAV. AUGVST 10, 100!
HAPPY SEATTLE TRIP
(Continued From Prce 1)
v.'lmlow wo Rnt a spletullil lev of Hie
clly ntul liay. '
i ' '1 liurnday ovenltiff vc started on our
Joiirnoy noilli. (loins across to Oak-
land was my flrkt tilp on a ferryboat
We Rot on tho train an.l loft for Port-
land nt 12:43. Tho tinlti was crowded
mid wo hud to wait outside the diner
foi a half hour and loinotlmee longer
nt each moil time
The scenery was ery pretty nil the
way mid hecamo more so on Hearing
Shasta. V wore ery foituuato In
having nice clear weather all the wn.
Wo saw Cast'o rock, high inouulaliis
with sharp and Jagg.ud peaks, mid al-
so Ml. Hhticlii.
At 3 o'clock we ctopped at Shasta
Springs, ami we both had a ill Ink of
Shasta water. It tastes like plain
At 2 o'clock the next lnorn'iiK, ve
had to stop on account of a heavy
freight tialn wreck, which delacd us
live hours. The tralus that left at
C, o'clock and 8:21) tho same evening
we left were also delned.
Wo arrived at Drain, a small farm-
lug town Just In tlmo to see u 4th of
July parade. The passengers on the
tialn cheered as the parade went by.
Arrived at Salem at 2:.15 p. m mid
at Portland at 4:10 p. m. Wo wero
due to air he In Seattlo nt that time,
hut wore delajod hy the wreck. As
there was no train leaving for Seattlo
until midnight wo decided to spend
the night In Portland. We got Into
the Portland Hotel Iluss and drove
over honld cobble stones to the hotel,
Next tii'irnlng Sunday, we took a
little walk around and returned to tho
hotel Just In tlmo to get our suit eases
'nnd get down to the train which left
Wo an h I'd at Vancouver at 11
o'clock that morning. At Woodlind
lit 11:40, Kuliuia nt 12 o'clock. Kelso
nt 12:20. Centralla at 2 o'clock. At
this place the trains stopped for 20
minutes, and the passengers got (iff
to hnvo a l'ght lunch.
Wo arrived nt Seattlo nt S o'clock,
n day later than wo had anticipated,
Wo ((Hiked nrouirl to see If wp could
see any one we knew, but could not
reo till) one We had written to Mr.
.1.. Chlldc, telling him we wero expect
ing to nrrlve In Seattlo on Saturday.
Mr Cooper was down to meet us on
Saturday, i:ldently he dirt not hear
of our delay.
We wero dliected to a car and we
wtnt to the Fair Orounds. Oot there
about 5:45, and being Sunday all Gov-
eminent buildings wero closed. Mr.
Chllds could not be found. Mr Siir.iv
of the militating ottlce. who heard of
our trouble, kindly got rooms for us
for the night. Ho went with us to
tho place and told 113 to call on lilm
In the morning ahd he would give
us our necessary passes to get
Into the Knlr and to everything
on Pay Streak. The first building wo
looked for was the Hawaii II ullill nir.
It tunde us feel at homo when we
greeted Mr. Chllds, .Mr. Cooper and
Tho Inner door of tho Hawaii null.'
ing Is decorated with tho Kuktil nut
portlero made by tlio bjys In tho In
dustrlnl school. Pictures of dlffeicnt
Hawaiian types hang on tho well each cv""v ol ""' um "orl ")r mm'
side of tho iKirtlere. The Inside dec ,enr"' '""itlng llls tale," "'nly to
orations are made of white and yellow "'ome ""Meets.
hunting, and yellow paper lels. A In September, 1800, ho returned to
huge pineapple standing nbo.it 12 feet America, his natvo land, and estab
lish made of plneapp es, stands In "shed his studio in a New England
rno part of the building. Near It Is n c"y. where for some tlmo ho painted
pyramid of cocoanuts. The lloynl principally portraits nnd landscapes.
Palace Is represented Inside tho build- Acting under the lnttiienco of some
lug. It Is nindo mostly of brown friends, lie turned his attention to re
sugar. On tho other sldo of the room Unions subjects, and, among others,
there aro two canoes hanging from tho commenced painting a full length flg
celllug, a hut nudo of, sisal, a mln- "ro of ChrUt, his object being to pro
nturo of tho Hawaiian" Islinds. All ,1,lce "" llleal Portrait of the Christ
along ono tide of tho building is dls- ",!ln- At first ho did not succeed In
played tho school work. In one cor- attaining his Ideal; and tho canvas
nor Is sltunted tho plnenpplo counter B,00 a source of trouble and vexation
and a platform Is bul't over It for tho to him.
qulntntto boys. Tho music attracts Numerous visitors wero received nt
a very hlg crowd. Wo did not stay
very long at the Hawaii Ilulldlng.
Went to Philippine Building. Exhib
it very interesting good school work,
showed sponge Industry (llfo bIzo),
figures of Filipinos Illustrating their
iiiodQ or living.
Uought 300 postals to mall to Ilono-
lulu friends. t
Had lunch on j'no grounds nt tho
Puiltin Inn. I.lMy waiters dressed
Yakima County Building. Ono grind
display of Its products: honey, ap
ples, cherries, peaches nnd grain.
Area of Yakima County, 5fluo no
ncres, Articles from Iron works mid
coal from the mines.
Idaho. Very little on dKplay a few
paintings and same fancy needle
Spokane. The prettiest decorated
building on tho grounds. Decorations
made In tho forms of pic tines on tho
colling and on nil the walls. Pictures
thovv grain fields In all tho different
stages, Tliey are made or teal grain,
Orchards nindo of sirlga of trees. Tho
picture frames nro made of rounds
cut from corn mid looks llko daisies.
On display: nil sorts of grains,
fruits, vegetables, mid sovcrnl kinds
Chehalls. Two whale Jnvv bones nt
entranco about 14 feet long. StunVil
' elks on each sldo of front door. On
djsplny: Woodwork from hoys'
school. Bowing from glr's' school,
pressed plants, vegetables nnd a lot
of other articles.
On tho grounds near tho Utah Ilulld.
Inp thero Is a largo red wood treo hoi
lovved out t(i form a hut. Visitors plu
their calling cards to tho walls.
. Utah. On e1lsf,lay: nit UIihIh nf
mnrule. copper 010, KOlil ore, nller
ore, nml snntl Mono cnntniiiliiK hIIvpi
ore, nnd salt rocks, Hoys' HlKh school
wood and Iron work, howIiik from
olils' school; school woik from doaf
and dumb school, At one end of the
building n mlu.itiiro iiiIiiIiik mill lllus-
tintex the concentrating of cold ore
pieparliiK It for tho MiieltliiK mills,
wheio It Is made Into roUI bricks. Al-
to on display. honey, fruit (fresh
mid dried), silk worm cacoous nnd
silk, cocoa and thoeohitu.
Arctic Brotherhood Building. Made
of log. Indian leather work and
spooim sold as souvenirs. Mission
Inrulture made of white wood.
William Henry Seward Dulldlng, A
reproduction of his home. Uver thing
furnished Just as ho had It. This In-
scilptlim on the front of the building
"William Henry Sovard, New York.
Ills far-sighted statestmuishlp gavo
Alaska to tho United States.'
California Building. Very prettily
nocorated. All decorations nindo of
ill led apricots, prunes, and raisins, A
life size cow made of nlnionds glued
on to a wooden frame, uu elephant
made of walnuls. A knight on horse-
Lack imiilc of dried apricots nnd
prunes, cougar niado of dried apricots,
n lemon about 4 feet long made of
lemons. On display: till kinds of
polished woods, I'etalunin IncubHors,
nuts of all varieties, fruit (fresh,
dried and canned). Upstairs there
uro on display: paintings, Indian
work, school work, leather goods,
tourmaline Jewels and leaf gold,
Went back to the Hawaii Itulhllug.
Went to see moving pictures nnd to
hear lectures carried on nt cno end
of the building. Large crowds at tho
(pineapple tables. Crowds keep Mr.
Chlhls very busy. While listening to
Knal's music, I heard n visitor re
mark, "1 could stay hero all day and
InUii to that music."
Mr. Chllds had got looms for us nt
the Newpark Hotel. We found tho
looms very pleusnnt nn.l convenient
being only two blocks uwny from tho
Kalr. Wo retired early for a much
Tuesday. Ju'y C. Went to Hawaii
Ilulldlng for u little while. Went to
Klslitry Ilulldlng; saw Haw.illan
fishes only n few of them. Snw tho
Hatchery which was very Interesting,
Sweden Building. Nothing of any
Interest on display,
Chlne:e Shcps and Theatres. Not
now to us m we did not Bpend any
tlll"- '" tliel-
Visited tho Ksklmo camp. Heard
lecture on how they get their clothes
'"'l how they make them. Saw Eskl-
'"" "'"1 how they livo. Showed their
oxpertness with long whips by snnp-
lInar off a coin placed on a block at
a dlstancu of nbmit 12 feet. Saw dog
ileluh drawn by 8 dogs. This dog
tuam c'me ovr land from Alaska to
Saw "In the Shadow of the Cross,"
tho unfinished nnd unexplained Mir
acle PIctuie by Henry Hammond Ah!.
History of the Painting.
IN THE SHADOW OF TIIK CROSS
wns painted by Heniy Hammond Ahl,
who studied and painted In tho art
his studio, and among them a well
known lecturer on Biblical characters.
who bec.imo Intensely Interested In
this plcturo nnd tried to make tho
'""list understand tho appearance of
Chrlit as revealed to hlni In a vivid
All In vain, hnwoer, until ono day
the artist was suddenly Impressed
with the realization that he had at
last conceived the Idea Bought after.
Immediately rlalng, ho painted the
wonderful countenance of Chtlst
which is seen In this p-ilnttng.
Anxious to know what tho lecturer
would say ubout tho change, ho sent
for him. On entering tho studio tho
lecturer went Into raptures over tho
picture, exclaiming: "Now you hnvo
painted Christ ns I saw hlni!"
Not long afterwards tho artist. In v.
Ing to gj to his stullo at night for
fomo sheets of mimic, was astounded
to discover, on entering, that his pic-
turo could be distinctly seen in tho
daik, and that Christ appeared to bo
walking In palo moonlight, whllo
nbovo and behind could bo teen a
His first Impression was that tho
moon was shining throng an open
window upon tho plctuie, and that tho
cross was n shadow. Ho soon dlscov-
ired that n strange phenomena had
taken plnco In connection with his pic-
turo. mid, ns ho hud used only well-
known pigments, ho soon ronllzed that
tho strungo quality of his picture was
beyond his power to explain. Ho was
iso profoundly Impressed that ho io-
fused to finish It, and tho plcturo ro
mains unfinished to this day.
I The picture wns pui chased hy n
Wubhlngton physician and taken to
The saloon keeper who sold liquor
to C. A. Ynrtck, the Juryman, will
travel a lough load It he Is discov
ered by tho authorities. Yarlck
nan been on the prohibited list for
nearly a year, and a severe penalty
of fine nnd Imprisonment la fixed for
violation of the ordinance.
County Attorney Cathcart Is In
vestigating the enso, mid will go
nftcr the guilty parties rough shod
for furnishing the Juror with Intox
icating liquors. It Is said that
Yarlck secured his "booze" through
a "friend," who bought it and pass
ed It over to lilin. In this wuy they
"technically" cscnpo tho law. How
cvre, If there Is any possible way of
getting at the saloon keepers who
are responsible for Yarlck s condi
tion, they will be prosecuted to the
SMALL HAWAIIAN .
Maria, n part Hawaiian woman, Is
haunting tho police stntlon in a dis
tracted manner owing to the loss of
her little son, aged four jears. It
appears that the little boy and a
Japanese lud went out to piny to
gether and In a few hours tho Jap
anese returned without the native
On being questioned as to tho
whereabouts of tho Hawaiian boy
the Japanese snld that the smaller
child had hoarded nn electric car
mid gone out WnlkIM way, ,
No tracu of the boy had been
found up to 3 o'clock this afternoon,
nnd the police nre now busy search
ing for him.
Cnptaln Olenves, commander of tho
U. S. 8. ciulser St. Uiuls. and the or
fleers, will give a danco tonight on
board the vessel, Tho ship, according
to Mr, Pratt, the executive officer, will
probably be llllunilnnted during the
The ship Is being decorated today
with national colors ami bunting. The
music will be furnished by the ship's
musicians, who aro said to be among
tho best players In Uncle Sam's navy.
TIIK 1WALAN1 and Nlllinu leave to
day tor the Hamakua coast on Hawaii.
They take fi eight but no p-issengers.
On their return they will bring cattle
Till." TltANSPOIlT Sheridan will
come In from Sun Francisco next
OJPLLFTIM AD v
the Capitol City, where It was shown
to many scientific gentlemen, who ac
knowledged their Inability to explain
the strango phenomenon.
A well-known establishment on Mar
ket Street, In Philadelphia, hcaid of
tho plctuto In October, 1899, and sent
their leprcscntatlvcs to seo It, and
gccilrcd It for a public exhibition, and
during the four weeks of tho exhibi
tion one bundled nml fifty thousand
peoplo viewed tho picture, all being
impressed with the mystery that sur
The second exhibition wns given In
Washington, D. C the present homo
of the painting, April 19 until Juno
10, 1900, where it created a sensation
among the clergy and scientific men,
many sermons being preached upon
tho strange picture, and chemists de
claring that there is nothing known
to chemistry that will cause tho won
derful amount of luminosity that em
anates from this plcturo.
The painting was then placed In
tho private gallery of tho owner,
whore It remained for five years. So
many thousands of people, who had
heard of this mysterious pilntlni,
visited the owner's homo to seo It,
that tho privacy of his home was de
stroyed ami iio decided to scud tho
painting on a lour of tho country n
portion of tho lecelpts always to 1)3
devoted to bomo worthy cause. It has
been shown In forty of the principal
cities mid nt the St. Louis World's
fair, whero it was awarded a gold
, medal, at the Jamestown ExKsltlon,
I nnd ut the Aliiska-Yukoii-Piiclflo Expo
sition, having been shown toover four
million peop'o and having' donnted
I thousands of dollais to worthy char
We make no nltcnipt to account for
thu singular phenomenon seen In con
nection with tho picture, but simply
Invite all to seo It, Pi Investigate fice
ly, and to draw (heir own conclusions.
That there may ho no doubt as to
the genuineness of the palming nnd
that no aitlflclal effects to piodnre
tho htr.ingo mid unaccountable
phenomenon, the picture Is so placed
that vlsltois may freely pass In front
or behind tho canvas and satisfy them
selves. An eminent eleigynian In Washing-
"This pletme Is tho inort
wonileiflll thing I hnvo ever wn
, cither marvoloiis, mliaciilous. or nr 'Koictiy Ilulldlng, The entire build
cldental, mid will do iiiomi to mt'-ict liu is niado of Miirh pleo trees. Part
nttentlon to tho chancier or rh'lt ! or big tieo on exhibition. At one end
thnn any occuirenco or modem there Is a pne tepiosoutlng a forest
line"" I ulili a waterfall nnd ull sorts of gamo.
Had ii rldo In tho Fenls Wheel, tho
Waipahu la now operating with ouo
of the largest laboring forces Hint It
has ever had. A total of twenty-nine
hundred men nre no wworklng upon
the plantation, eleven hundred of llieui
being Jnpancse. Many of tho latter
nro returning strikers who have been
glnd to ntcept liny sort of work that
was available mid. according to the
statements of tho plantation officials,'
tho majority of them have expressed
tho opinion that there Is nothing to be
gained by further ndherlng to tho lead
irshlp of tho agitators behind tho now
moribund Higher Wage Association. ,
There has been no disposition to fnv-
or tho retnrnlnc strikers and IlieV nro
only nblo to secure tho vacancies Hint 1
may exist. They have been
frankly that the men who have served
tho plantation lovnlly doling tho labor
troubles will ho retained.
Chief of Detectives Leal has for
tho past forty-eight hours been on
Hie trail of a Porto It I can named
Francisco Lopez, who Is wanted on
n most serious charge In connection
with a young Spanish girl.
The alleged offense took place nt
Rwa nnd the matter was repotted to
Leal, who at once proceeded to Rwn
In hopes of catching the man. How
ever! Francisco got word In somo
way of Leal's leaving tqwn, nnd on
tho Chief's arrival at Hwa the Porto
Illcnn could not be found.
Fearing that Lopez might try nnd
get away In the Mautia Kea at noon
today, Leal telephoned an order for
some men to watch the steamer.
However, no sign nf the wanted man
wns seen nt the whaif. and Leal now
feels sure that Hie alleged crlmlnnl
Is in hiding In the city nnd Hint he
will soon hu In custody. This Lopez
Is no relative of the notorious man
of the same name.
THE Srr.AJISHIP Chlm Is expect
ed to arrive from tho Orient on tho
17th, She left Yokohama esteiduy,
notice of whlcli was received by Hack
fold & Co.. tho local agents.
largest ever constructed. Went to
town for our mall. I
After dinner wo took In several
amusements on Pay Streak, Tho
most Inleiei.tlng that evening wns the
lecture on tho flattie of Gettysburg
given by om- who fought In the battle.'
Wednesday, July 7. Total attend-1
mice up to the evening of July 0 wns
871,075, nn average of 23,512 a day. I
Alaska, School exhibits very good.'
Showed garnets us gotten out of
mines. Paintings and pressed flow
ers, Alaskan birds, nil kinds of gold
nuggets. Illustrated tho pounding
machine, showing process of pounding
gold ore before sending It to tho
smelters Illustrated hydraulic mining
Panorama of Alaska showing tho ris
ing and setting of the sun mid moon
nnd tho effects of thu light on tho
country. All done by electricity.
Went back to Hawaii Dulldlng. Met
three young ladles who wished tho
word "Aloha" explained to them. Ho
cinie very Interested when they learn
ed we wero from Honolulu.
Oriental Building. All goods for
sale. Maiblo statues. Jewelry, silk
Agricultural Building. A display of
everything pertaining to ugrlcultuic.
King County Building. Similar to
other county buildings. Went through
Linall coal mine.
Oregon Building. Column made nf
apples. Display similar to comities in
After dinner wo went to Pay Streak.
Saw tho Iggarotcs. They are of tho
samo class that were on exhibition n
couplo of years ago nt the Seaside
Hotel. Tho most Interesting uiiiuse
ment that evening was tho hattlo of
tho Monitor and tho Meirlmac, which
was very leallstlc,
July S, Thiirwlay. Went to Wash
ington Stuto Ilulldlng, Same display
ns tho countli'H (n Washington.
European Building. Similar to Oil-
cntnl, Almost nil jewelry and marble
ctatuctles. Several paintings, hut not
yet put up,
Manufacturers' Building. All kinds
of machlneiy nnd things manufactured
In the Western States.
Then wo, went over to tho Hawaii
Ilulldlng. We went there twlco a day.
Eadi lime It niado us feol nt home.
Had lunch nt Washington Itcstnii-
rmt. After lioirli w went nvnr In Hut
Thero was also n seal which attracted
much attention. Upstairs of this
The plans of mice and men gang
The plana of I.orrln Andrews, Dep
uty Attorney General, look llko a
new shirt Just through the mangle
of n steam laundry. George Davis,
United States Commissioner, Is re
sponsible for his pllkla, nnd George
A. Is not thanked by his fellow roun-1
1 Mr, Andrews missed tho Inst fistic
encounter between Jnck Cornell and
Dick Sullivan because, alas, tho
dead-head list was full. This time
the wily nttorncy pulled wires In ad
vance nnd secured nssurnnccs that It
would cost li I in nothing to sco tho
coming go. For n week lie was
So happy was he Hint when tho
liar Association offered him n plnco
on the piogram nt the banquet to
.ludgo Woodruff, he accepted and
spent the next week thinking up his
Then Gcorgo Davis got busy and
set tho date of the banquet Mr next
night. Comparison of
dates showed Mr. Andrews Hint the
iikiii conies uu inc same nigni.
The perplexed man was wander
ing nil over tho Judiciary building
this morning figuring out his chanc
es If ho wiote out his speech nnd
turned it In to the chairman to take
Will somebody help hlni?
Tuesday, August 10.
Temperatures B a. in., 72; 8 n. in..
75; 10 n. in., 78; noon, 79; morning
j llnromcter, 8 n. m., 30.00; absolute
numiiiiiy, s n. m., u.ju; grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity. 8 n. m.,
G8 per cent; dew point, 8 a, in., 04.
Wind 0 u, m., velocity 0, direction
E.; 8 iu m., velocity 9, direction S. 15.:
10. n. in., velocity 12, direction N, K.;
noon, velocity 9, dtrcrtlon N. E.
Ttnlnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 198 miles.
Per Steamer llllonlan for San
Frunclsco, Aug. 10 Cnpt. linker, 8.
A., Ous Cordes, Mabel Conies, Miss
Kate Cooke, Miss Helen Entries, Dr.
N. II, Emerson, Mrs. E. E. Evnns,
Thomas Fitch. Capt. Halvorsen, W.
Mortsman, Mrs. Hortsman, It. Icon,
Chns. P. Landrasse, Miss Mnydcll, J.
II. McKeaguc, Mrs. M. C. Peck, Miss
C. Pooler, W. E. Putnam, Miss P. L.
Hose, Miss E. M. Sherman, Mr. J.
Soares, Mrs.,Soares, Lieut. Turner,
building there Is on exhibit different
out door Bleeping apartments advocat
ed for tho prevention nnd cure of con
sumption. Thcie Is also a historical
exhibit of tho state of Washington.
Educational Building. A combined
exhibit of tho school work from Alas
ka, Washington, Oregon and Califor
Saw n reproduction of n log house,
one of tho first to bo built in tho Unit
ed States, It was the beginning
of what Is now the largest fur factory
In the world.
Went to a small building and saw
dairy exhibit. Tho sterilizing process
and butter making.
Then we went to another small
building illustrating good roads.
Wulked down to the South Gato mid
back to Jnpnn Uulldlng. Nothing
there new to us. It was quite a largo
We wero near Vay Streak so wo
took In a few amusements; Prlnco Al
bert, tho Educated horse, vacuum
tubo. scenic railroad, and sovcral oili
er things. Wo went out to dinner and
leturncd to the Fair Grounds to meet
some friends. Wo theu took a Ion.;
July 9, Friday, Went to Hawaii
Ilulldlng for a littlo while and theu
went to tho wharf to take a boat for
Ilromcrton. , Wo saw friends on tho
Colorado, (lint wo had met when the
boats were horo a year ago. Wo ar
lived back In Seattlo In the afternoon
und walked around awhllo to sec boiuo
of the town. Went up to tho Pair to
say good-hyo to tlioso wo' could seo.
After dinner wo went back to tho
Fair to toko In thu rest of Pay Streak,
Tho next morning, Saturday, wo
spent going through tho Government
Uulldlng. In this building Is displayed
everything Hint belongs to the govern
ment, mid pertaining to Army nnd
Navy, Hoard of Health outfits, mln-
j latino quarantine, stations, camping
oiiiiiis, stamping mea, inaKing money
loading cartridges, miniature plan of
submarine mlnea nnd how they aro
woiked. Saw tho old Union Jack used
on tho Maine, George Washington's
eye glnsnes, mid also tho puper pub
lishing his death.
Said good-hyo to all tho folks. We
wero going to spend the rost of our
tlmo with friends and planned to
Icnvo Monday morning.
Wo went through ull tho main build-
Iium n-id to lot down all wo saw would
make, up n hook. Saturday afternoon
our Kuly friend took us for nn excur
sion on I.ako Washington. Wo enjoy
ed It veiy much. Sunday wo took a
long cur rldo out to tho Country Golf
Fancy Plaids, Stripes, and Plain
Sizes, 4 to 16 years
Monday morning nt 8 o'clock woj
left Senttle. Wo arranged our honie-j
ward Journey so that wo would pass
by day what we passed by night on
fin, umiv I,, Snnlfln W-.i ntilvo.t ill
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Portland nt 4.:30. Had dinner ut
depot, nnd boarded train at 7:55 for
Sail Prancltco. Tho next uveiilng wo '
arrived at Shasta Just before nightfall
mid enjoyed another drink or Shasta
water. Arrived at Sacramento at 5
o'clock tho next morning. Arrived at
Oakland at 9:15, mid nt Sun Francisco
The rest of our stny wo spent with
friends. On Thursday, July 15th, we
wtnt through thu mint. In the after-
iioon wo went out to Fort Wlulleld
Scott nnd the I'leslillo.
On Saturday we wont down to Palo
Also and saw Stanford University.
On Sunday wo went to San Jose, and
went to Alum rock where theru ure a
number or different tprlng witters,
three or which nre brought tu a drink
ing rountnln, soda, Iron and sulphur.
Thero Is n bathing plaro where ono
can save a sulphur bath.
Wo returned to Snn Francisco that
I ft for Honolulu on tho S. S. Hillo
nian on July 28th. Wo had a very
pleasant trip nnd wero glnd to seo
dear old Hawaii again.
Thanks to our many kind friends
nnd to the E v o n 1 n g I) u 1 1 o 1 1 u wo
both had a very delightful trip mid
cno which shnll never bo forgotten.
Five of the best known nnd enrc
ful chnurtcurs In tho city hnvo stnrt-
b stnnd of their own nt the corner
of King and Dlsliop streets, Tho
new concern will bo known ns the
Independent Auto Stand, and will
comprint tho following experts: W.
II, Hnrrub, Dulck; Jim Harrub, Max
well; Jerry Ilooncy, Packard; Frank
Lewis, Kissel; J, A, McLeod, Thomas
Flyer. Theso men need uo Intro
ductionto the public, but wish to
have It understood that In their new
venture promptness, courtesy and
reasonable prices wilt prevail. Tel.
MRS. SIMERSON'S FUNERAL.
The fiiuorr.l of Mrs. Slmoison will
ho held toinoriow afternoon at 2:30
fiom tho Roman Catholic Cithcduil
The honorary pallbearo -s will ho
Curtis P liul.c.1, Geoige C. IlecKloy,
James Robertson, Hon, Pinnk It.
Ilnrvoy, Sheillf William P. Jarrctt.
Itobert Wulpa, Captain Thomas K.
Clarke, William J. White. Tho
nctlve pallbearers will bo D. K. Hon
pill, A. K, Honplll, Jesse Mnknlnnl,
Duke Knlianamoku, Samuel Knlmnt
oplll, Saint C. Pllanala. William
Ileckley, Kowelooknlanl Kcalohupa
uolo. C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kinp; and Bishop Sts.
On Display at our Garage
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
Your machine will be. ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von iiamm - Young
ALEXANLr,R YOUNG BUILDING.
For Sale Choice lot of
Ex Steamer Lurline,
ALL TIIE FITTINGS FOR
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
King and South Streets.
By skilled mechanics nt
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy woik. Telephone 387,
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
Alexander Younp; Building.
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