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O-eanlc Stated and Third
Hawaiian Second Defjrcc.
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving,
1128 Fort St. Til. 100.
LOCAL ANt) GENERAL
All visiting monitors of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
mend meetings ot local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Your machine will be reedy far
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
them' , . ! r
AIEXANI.nit YOUNG BUIIDIHO.
5 Telephone 5
lice In every Monday evening
S 30 In 1. O. O. I' Hall, Tort Street.
JI H. HENDRY, Seeretar)
1M). VV1C1CE, N. U.
All vlsltlug brothers very cordlall)
'I Automobile Stand
0AHU LODGE, Mo. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
Say evening at 7:30 la K. ot P. Hall,
turner fc'ort and Ueretanlu. Vhttrnt
("-other cordially Invited to attend.
v i nugent, c. c.
It. GOSLING. K. 11. s.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
llunolulu Lodgo No. C1C, B. P. O.
Ulke, meets In their hall, on King
Bueot, near Tort, every Friday even
Inn. Visiting Brothers ure cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTH1TT, n. R.
II. C. EAST ON, Seo'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. S.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hnll, cornel
Jeretunta and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. M. McCOV, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
C. II. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Ready for Demonstration.
SCHUHAN CARRIAGE CO.
The kind that fit.
The W.W.WRiGHT C0.,Ltd.
King, near Sonth.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K,o!P.
Meets every tnd and 4tb Saturday
aveulng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot V.
JIall, cor. Fort and Der,etanla. Visit-
brothers cordially Invited to at-
r. m. mcgrew, c. c.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. It. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Jlecta every first and third Thurs
days ot each month nt Knights ot
P thins Hall. Visiting- brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PBIIUY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot It.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
Agents for the Kiitel Ear and
Bells, Private Telephones.
Chances to Light Wiring.
Union Elcotrio Co.,
J. Abadie, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYING WORKS
The Big Nickel dorfehPad for tale
at the Bulletin office for five cents,
Is one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Call and see Mike Pnton at, the Kn-
Hnrtnony IOdgo No. 3, I. O. O. F
will mfcet In Odd fellows Hall at 7:30
A decree of divorce was filed this
morning to Wnkl Ozuwn from Umc
Coat your Iron roots with "Arable,
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and siesenratlve properties California
Feed Co., agents.
A. O. M. Robirtson, tntlorncy for
Manuel I. Sllva, has filed nn appeal
from tho order admitting fur probata
tho will ot the lato tlosa Clara Sllva,
Former Pollco Officer Coleman, ot
Olnn, Is now a deputy sanitary Inspect
or and kecptr of the pest hotiso for
llieTcrrltor. Ills placo has been
filled by Nnlllrna, a well known cit
izen of tho district.
An appeal from tho District Court
at llamakua, Hawaii, to tho Supreme
Court has been taken by Samuel
Frlodcnbcrg, found guilty on n chargo
of common nulsnncc. Tho nppctlant
was fined $500 nnd costs.
Jtulgo Robinson this morning grant
ed tho petition for allowanco of ac
counts, final distribution and discharge
In tho estate, ot the lato Mary Edgeli
Goodale by tho ancillary, administrat
or, tho llawallan Trust Compan.
A sailor fiom ono of tho cruisers,
while leaning out'frpm a trolley car
yesterday, struck a telephone joto
nnd ,,wnsl knocked froni the car. Ho
n as sn' to thev hospital.'" where his
nena,, supppse.io, nave oecpcrusnen,
was minutely cxamlnVd,. ,. " . .
.... ..A. '-.'. J',... IJ-l'
ineouore wenarus jcHeniuy -"p
ducted tho services )'n tho,"qam prison
ard! Abul, fourteen bo)s from Pii-
nahon. In charge of(Kd Towse, were
present, apd nsslsted the services ma
tcrlilly; tho fO.RIJ. quartet, sang, a
fow'bt Jhcli: fav6rlp hymn's, i . ,,
Atr'tno Reorganised Churcli ottJeshs
Christ, of Latter tlay-Sals 'last night
Hon, 3. O. Wpolloy spoke pt the g66d
resnlll ould ha'e .oiyno Hnwallahs
If they would only oxcrclse their pro
rosin v os and vote to'closo tho saloons
throughout tb'o Territory. Miss Frieda
Klein Bang a song before tho services
The case of M. F. Ecott vs. Joo Ma
rla, was argued and submitted In the
Sunremc Court this morning. Argu
ment In tho caso of II. F. tollllngham
vs. M. F. Scott will be argued this af
ternoon. Tho caso of W. W. Blerco
Ltci, against William Watcrhouso on
motion to quash writ of error Is set
for Thursday morning and tho caso
ot Jim Ah Hoy vs J. H. Rajmond In
Numatu, the Japanese section boss
qn tho Kahuku plantation who was
assaulted the middle of last June Dy
qno Sugawnra and Rome of his
friends nnd cut up badly becnusp he
refused to contribute certain sums
to the Higher Wngo Ass6clatlon
funds, was brought In today with
six witnesses by Detective Lake, who
Is aiding the County Attorney In, gel
ting the caso In shape for trial. Nu
matu was terribly cut about the tegs
with a cane knife. rLake Is having
diagrams made of tho barn, fences
nnd other buildings at the planta
tion where tho affray happened.
TO OUST SCHOOL ,
I rt , r ,
o r a g e
City Transfer Co. D. . 1W
Jas. H. Love - 1 UOne UJL
Jas. H. Love
Forester Pinchot Is
Backed By President Taft
SALT LAKK CITY, Sept. 26. Pinchot hns won 'a complete lctory
ocr his traduccrs. President Taft tdny Issued n public stntemi'iit where
bi ho expressed his absolute cunfldonio In Pinchot nnd tha hope that
thnt official will not consider resigning under nliy circumstances.
In his statement tho President signified his approbation of concrvn
tlon policy ns represented by Pinchot and pledged himself to such
legislation ns shall place the seal of.nppruvnl of Coiigu-bs cm tha con
Airship At High Speed
Turns Complete Somersault
HKRI.IN, Sept. 20 Dishing through the nlr at expresi trnln speed
a monbplnnc turned n complete somersnult'hcre lodny. Tho crowds
watching the tests gazed In spellbound hcirror ns they saw tho fl)ing
machine take Its downward plunge, for It seemed that thn dnring nVintor
could not possibly csenpo with 'his life.. Almost by a miracle tho man
kept his bnlnnce, however, nnd was unhurt.
, .SUSPECT IN DISGUISE ARRESTED.
ivANCOlJVKR, 8cpt. 2S. Today Jojinn Vnwa.was i)rrcslcd. Ho
as disguised ns a lnboter nhd atlomptecl.to ,l;4ni n otenmer' ,nt Prince
Riieit na''i Ho Is the man who rocentU escaped from Finland, nnd Is
suspected pf having' stolen $130,000 from the postal department. Ho
made good his csenpo to Canada, and alt track ot htm wns toil until he
was run to earth by the Canadian authorities In tho net of tr)lng to
rnnko his escape to tho States.
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TERRIBLE WIND STORMS.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, September 27.
YOKOHAMA Aillvcd Sept. 25:
S. H Mmichurln, heiirc Sept. 1 1.
JAN rilANCISCO-ArrlvcMl Sept. 2":
S. S. Mongolia, noon, hinco Sept. 1.
POUT TOWNSKND-Arrlvcil Sept. 25:
Hchr. Dauntless, htlicc Sept. 3.
POUT BAN I.UIS ArrlVcil Sept. 2(1;
S. 8. Ilomn, from Knhuttit.
IIII.O Arrhcil Sept. 23:
Sc.hr. Dorenlls, fiom Ornj's'IIarboi,
HH.O Sailed Sept. 21:
S. S. Mlssourlaii, for Salln.i Cruz.
NAOASAKI Sailed Sept. 21:
V. S. A. T. lluforcl, for Honolulu.
Tim 8Ti:AMi:K Klnau nrrliLd ei"
terday from Knnul with pi .: timet y
ami genuinl caigo, ronslstlug ol siu;ar
nnd other miscellaneous package).
Till: STKAMi:it Hudes Is duo ti
nrrlvo fiom San IVanclKto thlH nfltr
noon wllh n Good sized load of general
Till: IIII.ONIAN Is duo t" I'rrivr
Irom S.m 1'iauclkto next Widnesday
v Riiiulnr. Senlc tuber 2fi.
Htinr. Klmii, (Iregoiy, fiom Kauai
poits, 4:40 n. m.
Stun. Mlkiihali, Tullclt, from Maul
nnd Moloknl poitx, a. in.
Stmr. Nutait, hum Kll.itici, Knti.il,
5:20 n in.
T. K. K. 8. S. America Mnrii, froi i
Yokohama, 2: 15 p.' in.
Monday, September 27.
Dutch wnr ship Noordhrutunt, Vm,
Irom Marshall Island, 9 a in.
Ilk. lllthtt, Drew, from Kilo, 10
Blinr. Nllliau, Oncss, rmiii nan,
tt:ir u. in.
LONDON. Sent. 25. Owinc to the terrible storms of wind nnd rain
that have; swept over Huropo during tho Inst few' dajs, nnd also due
to' tho Bcvero seismic- disturbances that have been felt fiom Western
France to Central Europe, practically tho entire telegraph Bjstcm of tho
world has become disabled.
Siuida, September 2il.
T. IC. K. 8. 8. America Mnru, for
South America polls, S p. in.
Moiulnv, September 27.
Ilk Ileknc, for San 1 ranclsco, 11
3. 8. 11 ados, from San Francisco,
Per stmr. Mniinn Kca, riieniin, for
llllci. Sent. 2S. noon All Tal. 8. She
ba. Mnlor Wndliains and v;lfo, John
Wlhh.iiii, C. 11. Hall, Mrs. II. IC. Ilalrd
end child, Mrs. A. (Irat homer. A
Oranlioriior, Mrs. II. WnlKor, Mlks (I
von Tempsk , Cnpl. Klclis. Col. Perrj
D. O. May, J. Wakefltld V. Thomv
bou, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dcmuluie, Joccpli
l.ovy nnd wile, Mrs. Ha8 and daugli
tor. Miss Toy l.lng. Muster A) an, F
F. Williams and wife, O. V. Hush nnd
wife, Mrs. Knlllklnl,.Mrs. Mutton. Mrs
Slemson and 2 children, A M, Nennll
It. I, I.llllo, Mrs. Breckons, Miss Hreck
ops nnd maid. It. W. Brockons H. It
Hendry, T. 15. Martin, n. C. Sadler, 15
J. Watermnn, R. Iloiner, J. I.. Coke
Chns. Oay, Mis, M. J. Oarrlda, W. fill
ler, C. A. Klston mil wire Miss II a
ton, Mlsb Clark, Miss Pluming.
Stmr. Nouiu, for Kauai
Stmr Manila ICea, Proem m, for Illl'i
and way ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Klu in, Oregon, for Kami
puits, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Ml'ctihnla, Tullclt, for Maul
md Motokal Kirts, 5 p. 111.
JI. N. 8. S. Hllunlun, fiom Sun Fran
Expert work at moderate prices.
Bergstrom Music Cc, Ltd,
Odd Fellows' Bldg,
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Reccivtd es Alameda a New Ship
meat of Latest Styles in
1028 HUUANU ST
PEfirECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS,
" CHARLIE- AT THE
Still on deck. See his curios.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg. .n
Beautiful New Hats
Now on viey at , i
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and BeretanU.
Levy's for Groceries
$65 FOR NEW
Sec the rebuilt machines. They
can't be distinguished from new,
Just as good as new,
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD,
Hotel Street, 0pp. Union.
KODAK DEVELOPING '
PHOTO AND ART CO.
932-038 Fort St. Tel. 52.
25jp'Tor 0l" cards a Dull. tin.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Ju'dd Building, Phone 655,
REVENUE CUTTER SAFE.
MANILA, Sept. 2fi. Tho rocnuo cutter Sorn is bafe. A repyit was
circulated here a, few ilijs ngo to the effect that tho cutter had been cap
tured by pirates nnd that her cainmaiiiler, her crew of nineteen Filipino
unllors, and n customs Inspector had been murdered. Tho rumor has been
proven to bo unfounded.
COOK NOT TO SUE PEARY.
Ni:V YORK, Sept. 20. Hairy Whltney hns telegraphed that he
wns not nllowcd to put Dr. Cook's Instruments, nor tho records of his
polar trip on boaid Commander Peary's ship, tho HooRcvclt.
Today Dr. Cook offlclall) denied tho report that he contemplated
suing Compinndcr Peary for slander.
im i n. i
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2G. Baseball games anions the teams of
tho National I.enguo todny resulted In tho following scores:
Chicago 3, Boston 2; Cincinnati 4, Now York 7; Cincinnati 3, New
York 0; St. Louis 4, lliookljn 3; St. I.ouls 0, 1 1 rook 1 Mi 1.
TAFT TALKS IN TABERNACLE.
SALT LAKH CITY, Sept. 20. President Tnft delivered n specth to
day nt tho Mormon tnbornoclo. Tho great building was crowded, nnd
long beforo the hour set for the mooting nil of tho scats wcro occupied.
. Island Transfer.
DO GEIsJEWat Exvating and Filling.
Dntying and Expressing NACTlNG
O. S. S. Alanitdi Dowdell, for
I'rnnclsco, 10 n. in.
P M. S. S. Asli. Oaukrogei. fiom
Stmr. Clumllnc, from Maul roils,
P M. 8. S. Asia, (1 iiikrogur, for Ihu
Orient, ." p. in.
1- -: 1-
Wood and Coal Phone 588
O. W. McDongtll, Prop,
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
Some . Have,., Been On
Year 1 886
The School street squatters will
have to go Is the mandate that has
Issued forth from the Government,
and the, legal machinery Is all, ready
to set In motion In the event that
uhy of the persons now'llvlng on 'the
Government's lad do not feel dis
posed ,to lenvo with 'promptitude.
'Tho' Territory 'owns several pieces
of land on School streot Just Ewa ot
Llllhla. Some of tho persons who
aro'novv tqdattlng 'on thVlanil 'have
been there' since 1886 and' apparent
ly are disposed to think that they
have become possessed of a vested
right through tho length 'or their
squatting. ''The Government doo
not tako this view of tho matter,
however, and they have been given
until Ocf. 4 to vacate.
Oovernor Frear thinks that tho
persons who have been squatting on
the land should consider themselves
fortunate that they do not hnvo to
pay back rent, and there does not
sqern to Tie 'much probability of an'y
of them 'corjtestlng the right ot the
Government to oust them.
Tfita MAUNA KE3A sails tun'Orrow
boon for Hllp via Maul ports. She will
carry 'a largo list of passengin, pre
eumtiby for tho volcano,
TUB NIIHAU, arriving from Kau
this foronooii, brought a full load of
sugar, which she Is discharging at her
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on himr
THB AMERICA, MARU of Iho Toju
Klsen Kalsha, arrived from Yol.oliami
yesterday, anchoring off port nt 2:4'
in tho afternoon. -At-5 o'clock alio cnu
tljiuc'd' hor voyage 'to tho South Amor
lean port's, carrying, from iho Oileiit,
lmmgrants and general cargo.
' THE MIKAKALVarrlved jrstcidiiy
morning friini Maul and Mojokui pnits.
Slip brought sugar, anc) geno'rnl ficlghl.
She had quite a largo nlimbei ot pa
sengors from Moloknl, anions them
bolng Superintendent McVeigh of tho
THB ALAMEDA, of tho Ooounlo
lino, sails next Wc'dnosday morning nt
10 o'clock for San Francisco, c.u i. liiur
a full list of passengers, and Island
rroducts. Tho band will piny her off.
THE BARK Rlthot, Captain Drew,
arriving this morning from HUo, bring
ing two-thirds of her fi eight, which
ihp original))- brought from Sun Krnn
Cisco. At Hllo, whuro shu left last
Saturday for Honolulu, sho unloaded
onc-thid oi her cargo.
THE ,STD.MBnS Klnau nnd Mlku
hnla will rail tomorrow afternoon nt 5
o'clock, rtHpoctlycly to Kuual and Mo
lokilMaul poits. They take, bosldo
p.Uhcjigtrs, mail and general enrgo.
THE 'STEAMER Noeau Kliiniod
from Klluuca, Kauai, yesterday Willi
b full load of sugar. Sho suila iigaln
this afternoon ui 5 o'clock for tho
Koolau ports on Kauai.
THE rnUiailTER Pleiades, Captain
Armstrong, sails this afternoon' ul 5
o'clock, direct to San Francisco. Sho
will carry a full load of sugar from
THE- BAIUC Holcno sailed this
morning from tho foot of Fort street
for San Francisco, currjlng mUctllaii
Havo ou seen tho new skirts m
Wliltne Ac Marsh's?
Tho Palm Cafo c-aiul Is superior to
nil utliuia cm account of Its fiolini'h
Tiy It when )OU aru on Hotel street
Order our meals from tho Mctio
polltati Market and get u thoioiigluy
good article. Tulvphouu order on 45
will liilng results.
Hnlclvva Is unquestionably tho most
delightful spot on this Island and
should ho vlslltd bj-uvety torn 1st. A
delightful dilvu fn nn (ititi), oi an In
tertilling rldo bj train.
Sachs' III y floods Co. havo n com
plete nssoitmcnt of wash goods, and
new stock for all departments. Thttt
goods Imvo been opened und niu now
ready for your Inspection.
Thu Honolulu Photo Supply Co. has
Just leeched tho largest bhlpmciit of
Kodak films and post cards the) uver
received at ono time. Tho goods me
guaranteed fiosh nnd now.
Tho men or Honolulu and tho offi
cers of tho Army, Navy nnd Marine
Corps aru forlunato In bell g nblu In
reciire tho scrvltes of tho expert cut
ter of thy W. W. Ahan.1 Co , tailors.
Now Is tho tlmo to shop at Sicha',
while tho goods aro ficshcst and the
BtnckB nro fullest. Every dcpaitiiient
has been replenished with nuw goods
and many new things nro on display.
If )ou want a leal comfortable, hi-
llnblo lion bed, get ono of tho uci
Merlo beds from llunolulu Wire Bed
Co, King nnd Alakea Btrcets. Theso
nro guaranteed and aro Bold at the
lowest prices in town.
You cun snvo money ovcry day h
having jour hauling anil dra)ng done
by Honolulu Construction & Pricing
Co. This becauso ot the superior fa
cilities of this company. Try tho now
cngliiu for steam lolling and plowing
Few inciplo rcallzo tho wnndcifiil
ndvanecment in recent )tnrs In tho
telencu of cleaning and d)e!ug clotlieu.
Tho Fiench I.niindr) (tclophcino HOI)
Is Iho agent for tho F. Thomas D)olng
Woiks of San Francisco, whoso suc
cess In d)lng und cleaning has btcn
The Weekly Edition ct the Evenlnv
Bulletin gives a complies summary o
the new of the day.
Stmr. .Milium Lot, fiom Kim i mid
Cm pirts, a. m.
f SAIL FRIDAY -'
Stmr. Cl.iudlnc, for Maul ports, 5
crulscr Idzunn, from Yoko-
ARMY, NAVY AND CIVILIAN
W. W. AHANA CO.
62 S.King St. Ho Branches,
PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
Per Btmr. Klnau, Giegory, fiom
Kauai, Sept. tr,. II. M. Glltlo. Mis. I.
II. Sopor, Mrs, W. A. Klniioy, (I. Cone
way, J. Cockctt, L. Kcttlcsoii, II. Arm
lingo, Miss Finney, A. Mncklnturh It.
iiulth, W. A. Kinney, Muster Klnne),
P. Cleghorn. Otakl, fl. Mllt'.nll A.
Gartlcy, Miss Clark, Mr, Joid..n, Mi i.
Fox, Mlsa Altau, Mil's H.,)ohnsci.i. II.
T. Ha)sclden, Oziawn, I. Tucker, It.
H. llpml, Mr. Bartholomew, Matsiiiuo
to, Mrs. J. Clialmcrs, Mis. A. Ciuuei
MIsk Ci cmer, Mltaul mid wlfo ,i 1j
Per ttmr, Mlknlnl.i, fiom Maul mid
Molok.il Vats, Stpt. 20. C'lias. ti.i).
Mrs. IJ. lhivnnrliillt', Sam Dicker, A.
ftolmnnn Jr., A. f, P.ihiicltele, J. I).
McVeigh. C. Charlock, W. ll! Charlock,
Chief Leal, C. Apina, Mr. and Mis.
Chns, Orn, Miss Mossmnn, Mtrs Doug
lass, MlHFt'H GiaV (2) It. Irwin. A. Mr-,
Anldm, R. Shea, Frank Eailo. VV.'
Prcstlilgo, MIhs MeNeal, Mlsa. Irv.lu,
Mr. Lfi, C. F. Moseluy, A. T.ivoiea.
1 to 5 yean.
. A 32-Room
20 ROOMS FURNISHED.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
82 S. King St.
Per 8. 8. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
rrunclsco, Sept. 20. 10 n. in Mr and
Mis. Urulck Mlsa A. Herbert. Miss
Augusta Mcngler, Mrs. F. Hollow ay,
Miss G, I'm r so n Mr. nnd Mrs. B. .Mi1
mean, .Mr. and Mrt, A. Van HcsmIiui'.
Moilon Bubo. Mr. mid Mrs. Duuglas,
Mrs. J. llankln. Miss V.. Itankin, Mis.
M. 8. Mack. Mm. A. M. Mo)llu, MIsh
M. U. Gill Mr. nnd Mrs. O F. Ludwlg
beii, Mr. nnd Mis. J. Berry, C. M.
Davis, wife and il.mghtir, Mrs. Bell.
Mr. and Mis. II.' 3. Bias. Chns Oiu
and wire. Mis. McNeill, Miss MeNrlll.
Miss A, Mnron, MIjs '.. Irwin. MIhs A
Doiiglnss, Mlra 8. Gray. C. P. Cluni
beilaln, W. C. Bartholomuw', I)r
Moore, Geo, JurrfciiHtii, K. Sallii, G
T. Htrford. W. M. Tompletlu. (). It
Williams, Miss L. Williams, Miss I.
Williams, Ml. and Mis. Guilford. II
3. Ciano and wlfo, Miss II. Hall, W. G
Smith, E. M. rnrnham.
Per slmr. Klnaji, Oregniy, fm Kami,
Sept. 28 Mrs. De Inert, Mlsa Dellidt
W II. lllco und party. Mrs, E Aim il
and child, .Mrs. 11. Aimllago P p. Is
(iibcig. II. Schultz nuil v.lfo A I).
Hills, Mrs. A. Hiuldy, Mra. CluM J.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Tulle It. fn- Mo
lokal and Maul ports, Sept. 2S, J p
111 W. L. Hcllbiun, Dr. P. M MeCal
luiu, J. 13. TrUKrso, O P, CocAo
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phou 185.