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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 1I rniDAY, SEPT. 17, 1009.
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Oceanic Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 p. ni.
Hawaiian First Degree.
All visiting members of ths
Order arc cordially lavlted to
ltud meetings of local lodge
HARMONY. iOUGi., No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
itcite ovcry Jtonday evening at
C:3U lu I. 0. O. F flail. Fort Street
i:. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. D. wicke, N. u.
AH visiting btuthbrs very cordlllj
0AHU LODGE, Ko. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nod third yr-
lay evonlng at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
tcrncr r'ort and lleretanla. Visiting
c'Brollaor cordially Invited to attend.
F. L. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. K. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 61GV B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, B. P. O.
Klki, meets In their ball, on King
etin't, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordlall)
ijnvlted to attend
E. A. DOOTIHTT, E. R.
11. C. EASTON, Sec'y
70HOLDLU AERIE 140, F. 0. fL
iUcts on tht' 2nd and 4th WKD-
' NESDAY eenlng; of each month at
r J 7:30 o'clock lu K. of P. Hall, corner
'" Jerctnnta and Fort streets.
, ', Vlilltug Eagles are Invited to at
1 W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T MOORE. Seey.
f Win. H'KINLEY LODGE No-8, JCofP.
' Meets every tnd nnd 4th Saturday
, ,a?eulng nt 7:30 o'clock in K.tof 1.
'. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Vlall
Ins; brothers cordially Invited to at
k F. M. McOREW, c. c.
JV E. A. JACODSEN. K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pjthla.1 Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend,
L. A. PEltRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of n.
FOR ieLE AT ALIi UA1U
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
School Books and
A. B. ARLEIGH & C, LTD.
Hotel, opp. Union.
WING ON CHONG
Mattress and Furniture Makers.
Picture Frames made to order and
a large variety of stock on hand.
. Bethel St., opp. Empire Theater.
tierafii Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KING ST.
X"n0NE K0 P 0 BOX 73.1
k-i M. A. GxiHst fc Co.
f: FORT AND KING STREETS.
Expert work at moderate nriccs.
Bcrcstrora Music Co., Ltd.
Odd Fellows' Bide
Scottish Monarch In
Pilikia From Two
The deserting bacteria, brought to
Honolulu liy the Ocean Queen, has
again struck the waterfront, nlicl as
a result Sailors Joires and Meserlck'
of the Illltlsh (oilier Scottish Mon
arch nro unilor lock and key. To
(oniptlcntc the illkla, Captain V.
A. milliard will be arretted for per
mitting two Culnanicnt to escape.
The nallors were captured by Joo
Lcul, W, A Marshall and Hay Ir
win nflei- Indulging in stunts worthy
of the old cliff dwellers, The sail
cus were riistonrcil Iti n nlrhn nf ln.
illlc Heights, wliero they', command
ed u view In three different direc
tions, ami the only unguarded, ap
proach was up n cllir. Trio three
(inkers of tint law made the climb
up the precipice and nnbbed their
men. They will como beforo U. S.
Commissioner D.ivls this afternoon.
The warrant, for Captain Slbbard,
skipper of tho Scottlcd' Monarch, was
Issued this morning. Tho escape of
the. two Celestials was not brought
about b tho (inkers of tho boat, for
llii'v want them back so bad that
they have ofToro'd $50 apiece for
This recalls the fact that Capt.
Smith of the Hongkong Marti was
a r rent ed for a similar oversight a
few months ago and his case was
set until tho return of tho boat from
Mexico some time this month.
Instruction Just received by the cus
tom house sen Ice from the Secretary
of the Treasury will relieve tho Con
gressmen from tho, uncomfortable but
necessary Inspection of baggage In
San Francisco. Tho orders allow the
visitors who tomorrow complete their
stay on tho Island to tuko thcli bag
gage out at. San Francisco without
the I epilation checking accorded to
tho baggage of passengers on Ihiough
Owing to tho absenco of William A.
Howen from the Islands, the death of
tho late Charles M. Cooko left a va
cancy In tho trusteeship of tho estate
of Juliette M. Cooke, which was tilled
this morning by tho appointment of C.
It. Cooko. Tim will mentioned Bowen
ns a substitute lu the event of a va
cancy but as ho la unable to bo pres,
ent, beneficial les had C. II. Cooko ap
pointed. Tho appointment was made
by .ludgo Hoblnson,
KUznbeth K. Manu this morning,
filed a petition In tho Circuit Court
asking that she bo made tho adminis
trator of the estate of tho Into Chas.
THE BARK S. C. Allen this morning
left for Eureka, leaving the old Paclflci
Mall wharf under her own sails. This
.'cat Is not often attempted now, but
she ol off without mishap of any
THE SALTS OLD FAIR.
Tho old country fa!' with Its fun
and its fakers,
The old county lair that'll .the
samo every year; .
Tho prize stock and fowls and the
mowers and rakers
And MundjH that giggle nnd Reu
bens that stare.
The pink lemonade and the shell
games that work us,
The old village band that squeaks
In tho square,
Hurrah! Rah, ruhl rah' It's more
fun than a circus
Hurrah for a day at the old coun
A circular sent, by the Turkish
government to all Its provincial au
thorities i?utcredltH the reported se
dltlon of Armenians and asserts
that the purpok? of Turkey Is to
treat Moslem and nPa-MosIem alike
The national Red Cross Is to In
struct the 20,000 employes of the
steel corporation In first aid to the
injured and will then extend tho In
struction to employes of other cor
$15.00 3 bed-room house on Gu
lick ave near car line.
$12.00 2 bed-room house, partly
furnished. at Manoa valley,
short distahce from car.
P. E. R. Strauph
Waity Bldp;. ' 74 S. King St-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Th Big Nickel Scratch. pd for
at the-B u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five cents,
li one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper, 8lx for a
quarter, ' '
Call and nee Mlko Pnton at tho En
core. Got your hat cleaned at tho Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Fort etreet.
Hon. F. 'j, Drentnall of BrUano,
Queensland, Is a passenger onl thb Ma
kura, returning to his 'homo after1, n
lour exfcndlng to the old country.
Whllo In the city ho was tho guest of
K. A, Jordan. Mr. Urcntnall Was1 for
many years tho managing director of
the Brisbane Telegraph. He has now
retired and Is a member of the Logls-
The biggest value ever offered lu n
tewing machine Is tho automatic at
Thoo. H. Davies k Co., Imrdwure il
partment, for $50.
Benutlful now pattern hats arrived
in the Manchuria fur Dunn's Hat Shop,
corner Fort and lleretanla streets.
Alto largo assortment of shapes ready
Tho Tom Smart oxford made by
Rico & Hutchlns Is the best S4 vnluc
In shoes In Honolulu, This shoe is be
ing shown at Manufacturers' Shoo Co.,
10B1 Fort street
Expert piano and organ tuning, re
pairing nnd reflnishlng guaranteed
by' Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd., Odd
Fellows buildings, Fort street near
King. Phone 321.
The Arnold Knit Diaper for babies
Is the best thing of Its kind over made.
Yery absorbent and washes easily.
Sizes 18 to 24 Inches. Prlco S2.76 to
$4 per dozen at Ehlcrs.
Splendid assortment of Alfred Ben
jamin & Co. clothes now lu stock at
the Kash Co., Ltd. If you're looking
for n new suit try on ono of the Ben
jamin units nnd If you don't Ilka It ou
are not obligated to tako It.
There's a reason why Centennial's
Best Flour Is tho moU popular flour
In tho market. The rcaciul Is In the
flour ItBelf. .Good quality U tho best
advertisement. Sold by, Henry May
& Co., leading grocers, phone 22. ,
Intending passengers oil the Mon
golia should order their baggage hand
led by Union-Pacific Transfer Co.,
phone S8, and they may depend iqion
It's being handled to their- entire sat
isfaction. Personal supervision to all
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co. havo
cameras from $1 up. Boys of tho fleet
now have tho chance of their lives to
get kodak pictures for their scrap
books or to sell to Eastern newspapers
and magazines. Fort street near Ho
J. A. McBrayer 15-year-old Sour
Mash Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey
(Anderson County). This superior
whiskey Is matured In bond and Is es
pecially recommended for medicinal
purposes. Lewis & Co., Ltd., family
liquor dealers, 169 King street; Tele
phone 210. Mcprayer's Is" tho one of
tho finest whiskies produced In Ken
FORMER ACTRESS WHO SHOT
f LAWYER IN WALDORF HOTEL
Mrsfjlury Scott' CMtle who' shot
ivtillnm Crnlcr. n lawyerTln'fite Wal-
dort-Astorla Hole), New Yprk City',
is u Vatlve of Ban JYunclsco, and
was formerly prominent in socjety
.. r. ..t'Prnlff uftin nlnn Is
mere. dub ' v.m., ., .. .--
a San Franciscan, have known each
nlhtr frnm phllrfhood Ohd WCr6 gOOd
friends until a mysterious quarrel
arose, which resulted in mo snuoi
inc. A fountain pen saved Craig's
life by deflecting tlie bullet. Mrs.
Castle went on the stage a few years
ago ufte'r her husband, who Is now
In Alaska,, lost his fortune. Her
famllyIs,antexcellent ono, her broth
er. Caut. Henry II. Scott being an
ofllcer In the United States army.
The Weekly Edition. M the l.venln;
Bulletin gives a compute summary ot
'.tie nws of tht day.
? i TK2daknEaLV'' T til ' VM '
' jr.s. h. love
1 n- i'ii '- ii
Tali Says Poof
Chances For Justice Poor
CHICAdO, Hept. IC President Tnft In tho rou-ra of mi nddiess
delivered here tonight, itrrnlgned the ndiiilnlstriitlon or tliu Cilmlnul
laws of America In n scathing manner. He characterized It u diagram
to American civilization, and said tlint the opportunities of the ptior
monitor receiving Justice nre far from equal to those of the licit mall.
He added Hint nn Improvement In tho administration of Justice Is onu.
of the vltnl questions beforo the people'.
in his speech, tho President strongly ilofeniled the right of labor to
organize In n lawful manner.
HARRIMAN WORTH ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS.
NEW YORK, Hept. Hi. One hundred millions Is Hie estimate
placed on tho estate Of tho Idle E. II, llnrrlmuii, The wilt Is Hie Inter
est on record for tho disposal ot such nil enormous estate, being but
ono hundred wurds lu length.
mt i i i
GOVERNOR JOHNSON .BETTER.
, ROCHESTER, Minn., Sept. 'id Governor Jolinsoii'n condition U
very much Improved, and the attending physicians are much morii hopeful.
CITY OF MEXICO, Sept. IC -Tliolilncty-iilnth niinlveraiiy of the
day on which Mexico achieved her Independence wait celebrated todiy.
Drayine and Exp:
wood and Coal rnone'OHH
G. W. McDoufrall, Prop.
Large Passenger List Contained
Many Names Prominent in the
Government of Britain's South
The R M. H. H. Mnktirn. Captain
Gibb, carried larger number of pas
tcngcrs for Hy.oliilu than usual, many
returning Kumnalnas retuiiiin from
the Seattle Fair. According to Puiser
Barnett's report, tho vessel exper
lenced moderato to fresh northeast
winds und flno weather throughout and
the popular Royal Mall boat, leaving
Vancouver on the 10th Inst., mado tbo
trip with llttlo incident of note. She
will leavo (it ! o'clock tonight.
Among her through passengers mo
Sir Joseph Wuril, premier of the Do
minion of Now Zealand, successor of
"Dick" Scddon In tbo government of
tho Two Islands; Hon. 1.. F. Hcydon,
or the Australian Federal Government
and Capt. M. II. Carey, the old tdttppct
or tho Mariposa, who is well kuonn
Among returning kamaalnus Is Mrs.
W. H. Mist, wUo ot tho auditor of
Theo. H. Davies & Co, Ot'h6r home
comers are Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Castle
The Imports aro 250 druuiK or cod
fish, 8 sacks ot clover seed, mid 3 pack
ages of merchandise.
' ' INjlOT TRIAL
Two now witnesses were called to
day by the prosecution In tho riot trial,
Wohlers and Lcno, both eye-wltnosses
of tho riot at, Walpahu on Juno Stli,
who did not testify at tho previous
Mr, Prosser stated this mninlng that
ho considered the case of tho ptnsc
cutlon greatly strengthened by the tes
timony of thoincw witnesses ns Unlit
foot was unablo' to shako their
straightforward Btorics. Tho Spin
ners' account of Btlck-throwlng was
corroborated by 'them.
Officer Wills, who guarded Jotnro
Mlkawn on tho memorable evening
was another witness wlioso testimony
was gone over again today.
CHIYO MARO WILL -
'' REACH HERE MONDAY
According to u wireless received
this morning tho Chlyo Marti, due from
tlie Coast on the 20th, will reach hero
Monday morning nt 8 o'clock,
JSr BULl P.TlW ADS PAY -M
W. W. AHANA CO.,
Co. n. ,c0
,, Phone J)Z
ii.Mi ' 'iii
Excavating and Fillinir.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nutianu Stream
FIRST GOVERNOR TO SIGN
FOR TtfE INCOME TAX.
fiovernnr 11 II. Pfimnr liml llin
honor or being tho first Governor to
sign n legislative lallllcatlou or tuo
new Income tux measure. Ho was
gleatly pleated when tho House of
rcpivscututlvca of Alabama passed
the recolutlon without u dissenting
vino nun iiociaieii.tiinl It was lilting
flint tint uliitti If.nttliiir 111., nlitttiilw.lt.
eal mil or statni thoulil be tho llrst
to go on lecord for the amendment
to tliu constitution of the United
MM PLAY LATER
Lieutenant McMillan In reply to tlio
ir-quosl of the O.ihu llasebiill Ligiiii
for tg.lme y 1 1 1 1 the U'uina or thu West
Virginia und Wiikhlngton Sunday next
states that, the tennis declluo to ph.
on' that date, uud ho suggests that tho
games bo tot for Sunday thrt 2(itli.
lie had been n regular caller for
toiiui time ami one evening ho asked
tlie doir gill if her mother wus In.
"Yu'i," the cuawoit'il,
"Would )ou mind sending her
In?" ho queried, "I want to propose
"Proposo lo hor!" eeboed tho clear
girl In amazemonl.
"Yes," hu leplled. "I wunt In pro
poso to her to bccoui my inntlier-lu-law."
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Uullctlu
W. W, AHANA CO., TAILORS.
WHITE SERVICE AND
IN LINEN AND COTTON DUCK.
62 So. King St, No branches.
Tailor, 62 King St.
r'Br . '
in FOKEiari, puitra i ARRIVED
i. - it,
Wednesday, September 15.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept 1fi:
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco Aug. ,S,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 10:
' S. 0. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed Bept. 15:
8. S. Roma, fur Port San Luis.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlvecl Hept. II:
H. S. Akimeita, S p. in., hence Sept, 8.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Sept. II:
S. S. Tell) ci Mam, for Honolulu,
KAHULUl Arrived Sept. II:
S, S. Room, from Port Han Luis.
Tuesday, September 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Hept. 14:
S, R. Alameda, 5 p, in.
MAHUKONA Arrived Sept. II:
Sehr. J. II. Bruce, from Han Fran-
POUT TOWNSEND-Arrlved Sept. 11
Sehr. M. E. Foster, henco Aug. 23.
PORT TOWNSEND-Arrlved Bept. 13
S'chr. Rout. Searle, from Por Allen
MONTEREY Sailed Sept. 12:
fl. S. W. S. Purler, for Honolulu.
SfALINA CnUZ-Halled Hept. 13:
S. S. AluHkun, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO-Anlveil Sept. 11:
S 8. Asia, henco Sept. 7.
SAN FRANCISCO- Sailed Sept. II:
H. H. Chlyo Mam, 3 p. in., fur llonn
KAHULUI Sailed Sept. 13:
S. S. Zambesi, for Port Allc 11.
KAIIULUI-tS-iIIccI Hept. II:
Sehr. I.ottlo lleiilin'.t. for l'ugel
MHVt). Ilr. H. S. Romford, from
Nojo fur Melbourne, passed thu purl
ieKirtlng "All well."
THE GASOLINE tug Knonn, belong
lug to Miller Salvage Company, iniule
a siic'cessful tibl tilp jestonlay. The
tteam etiijllil' or tin tilg wail recently
leplared by n 10'llinrnopiiwcr UiiKin
gnt-olltio piiRlilo, which Worked Willi
THE OIL STEAMED Banti Maria
Captain Curtis, arrived jestenlay riom
Pott HaiMicI with nil, which Is still
being pnmpi'il out fnnil hor tanks. Cap
tain Curtis Is well known here.
THE OLAUDlNi: fl'ilbi nt 5 o'clock
Ibis afternoon fur Maul ports nnd llllo.
Ulie will carry pai;rcnger, mall nnd
BEG' MR. TAFT .TOQUIT
- SPEEDING IN AUTO.'
Friends of President Fear He will
Alarmed nt the reficnls Unit Piesl
dent Tuft has developed u liking fur
high speed uiitiiinobllo rides, his
friends uud associates me writing
and telegraphing to llovcrly urging
that tho President desist from tak
ing such ''links. Magnificent dis
tances covered by tho Tnft car over
the smooth country loads along the
north slioro havo tended (ci bolster
up the leports.
When mi iiutomnbllo leaves n glv
en point ut 30 inlmitcM after four
In the afternoon und leliuns three
bonis later with a record of finin
00 to 100 miles there Is gioiind for
suspicion that It has been travelling
at a rate higher than ten mites un
Whether In response to tho words
of caution which havo come In or
for some other leasuu orders have
been quietly given to "Jack" Rob
inson to stop pushing tho speed lev
er above 20 miles an hour. Between
15 and 20 miles tin hour Is tbo lim
it nt which the l'lesldeut or the
United Slntes Is "olaclally" to tide
fiom tills day on.
It was n hard blow to Robinson,
who knows his car us n Jockey
knows his mount, and loes tu see
tho needle lu the speedoniotor creep
up lo 311, then to 10 ami own tu 51)
miles an hour. To tell uu open se
eiet, Mr. Tuft likes to rldn fast. Sit
ting with Mis. Tuft lu tho touneau
he knows only that thu fencu posts
lilt past with pieelHlnn, . .Matchless
loads contribute tu tho lovu of speed
nnd then It's fashionable to ilde
fast along tho north shore.
Never was the boise nioro com
pletely deserted than by 1'ieslilent
Tad. While In Washington hu oc
casionally alternated his gulf games
with hursebiiilc tides. When tliu'
While llcmso eiitouiagii stinted for
lloverly tho riding lioisea worn sent
to tho pastille. An uutiililiiblle nioi
lit lit at tbo Hint Ion, nuil hu has mil
ilddcii in an) thing else since.
It lakes him to thu golf game In
tho morning, hi lugs him home in
lunch, uud every evening with Mis.
Tnft he goes spinning along tho
slioii; iiiad. It Is no wonder that
his fi lends have sounded u warning
lest ho develop a liking fur high
speed which might lesult in his In
jury, Mis. Tnft put's no cheek upon
tho motor 'driver. LI,o her husband,
the erijoya n lively ilde nnd dislikes
following fconio country "Dobbin"
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Thursday. Soiilcinber 10.
Am. bkt. V. H.,Smllli, from Unllunl,
Oil stnir. Santa Maria, Curtis, from
Pott Harford, p. m,
,. Thursday, Septc inhnr III.
Slmr. V. (I, Hall, fur Kauai purls,
P. in. v
I'. S. A. T. Uigan, for Manila, lo
I DUE TODAY f
P. M. 8. H. Mongolia, from Yoko
hama. CJ.-A. 8. H. Mnkiira, riiim Vlrliulit.
Slmr. Clniidlne, for M.itit ports inn)
llllo, 5 p, in.
C.-A. 8. 8. Mnkura, Tor tho Colonics
I SAILING TOMORROW T
' P. M. 8, 8. Mongolia, for San Fran
tbro. Tinio unknown. Piolnbly m
j PA8SEN0ERS ARHlVnD ,'
Per slmr. Nllliaii, Tiiim Kallua, Sep
timber IB. P. M. McMab-in. (I. p.
Per stnir. Noc.iu, from Kenlh, Sept
Ilk E. Iloverlll, 8. linn, C 11. Make
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
1-roin niicouver, er It M. S. 8. Ma-
Vurn, Sept. 17. Fur Honolulu:
Mlrses E, F. Mlsl, 51, Mncduim, A. Cns
"I'lv. A. Purler .1. Ilamlllon, M. Meolo,
l. .1. Kleplifns. E. Knodt, Elllnger (3),
AliilHliniiB' (2), I". M. Wlllieiby, G.
Pilgrim, . I, R(niiprlllt: Mesdamos .Met
eaUe child nml maid, Tnjlur, (1. I)
Sedgwick. J. Mist. E. M. .lamleson. M
J. Stephens. IX Ciisllo. Ii, llofniaiin
Hid 1! ihlldiell, Campbell, Efllnger D.
lullfonl, Armtilriins. E, Adams, A.
Wilson. 11. Swlnkti. M. Cmss, E, Dun,
C. L. SjlvcHer; Messrs. J. II. Met.
c-ilfo, L. Tavlnr. I). ). Sedgwlrk. J1
I? rnmloson. A. L. Cnslln. C. II. Met
calf, I). J. Campbell, C. E. (luliroiM,
VU'ster Kiringer, .1. Kiimalao, W J,
Coles. A. C. Yiiimg, W. K. Allen, R, J.
Pnttcii. S. Wilson, J. Reuwlck, JI
Swlnks. P. II. Morilrcy. JI. Parnin, M
Eilckscm. .1. S. Don, .1. M. Chadwlck
Through: , .1. II. Adams Mrs. .1. 11
tbliis. Miss 'A. A. Adams, It. Apple
Ion, Mrs. Thiunr llaker. Mrs. El.
JiiKd. Miss A. II. Ilarrlo, II. BelnsKn,
!rH. II. Beinsi'cn.l. W. Uliiudell. Mist
Ilonscr, Mrs. A. L. Uoiinmv, p. i.
flurno, Hon. F. T. llrclnall, Mlsa a. C.
nretnall, S. II. Bui rows. F. s. Canier
en. Capt. JI. Carey, Msn A. E. Car
penter. O. C Chapman, Mrs. O. c.
Chapman, Mis. M. E. Cockse.lim. :.'
Owen Cox. Dr. IC 8.' Cunningham, Mrs.
r.. S. Cunningham. 17. E. UiiWoh, Mrs.
E. IC Davies, Mrs. Henry Dubson, fl.
TJnnnlil. T. T. Draper. .Mrs. T. T. Drah
cr. Miss Draper, iriiis jr. IC Diic
worth. Miss J. Duckworth, Mr. Dutli
rle, dipt. M. Dvurgltsky. A. Eeady.
Rov. II. J. Edmonds, Miss M. Elrhes.
I. C. Eveilngham, Geo. reiiwlck, Jim.
Fenwlck, Dr. Fllcbclt, Mrs. II. U.ir
illy, (Iro. Gnrilun. Mrs. Geo. (lonlm.
J. Giegsou, .Miss E. Oiegson, M:r R.
IregMin. J. (lrlin.ii. J. Y. Grllllu, Mrs.
.1. V. Orinin, Mr. Hales. II. 8. Mullen
C. II. Harding, W. L. Harris, .Mrs. W.
L. Han Is. Mrs. 15. II. HnnlOlnn. L. F
Heydoii, Mr. Illslop, D. It. Holmes, W
II. T. Hunter. Miss J. Kind, Mr. Kir
wan, Miss II Kropt, M'.ks M. L. I.alug.
Mr. Leaioyd, .Mrs. J.enrujil. V. L. Lo
Cum, tJ. A. Lehniiu, fl. W. Mallalleii.
Mis (1. W. MullHlleu, C. II. Medcnir.
Mr. Meek, Mm. Melcalf, Miss JIlsl,
H. .Murray, A. (1. Mncfiirlami. .Miss JI
McC'iliiiinon, (luriliin McGiegnr, Mrs
Knlo Nahriing, Mih. W. (I. Nicholas-.
F. II. Nonle, Mis. F. II. Norrlo. Mr
Norrlc. Jr., C. P. Nunii, .Mis. c. p
Niiiiii, Mr. Orr. .Mrs. Paton, Jllr.ti K
Pin la, A, Pownall, Mrs. A. Powmih
O. It. Pronsu, JlrH. O. It. Piimso, A. I.
Itlley. Mis. A. I). Riley. .Mrs. Rubin-
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hell, J, Russell. Jlrs. M. S. Russell, .Mr
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win, .1. A. Wllhiin. MlB. J. A. Wilson.
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llllo, Sept, 17r5 p. in. II. P.taldwln,
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Inn, W. A. Andenon. vRo nnd 2 riiK
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for twenty years Piesbytorlan mis
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