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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. TUCaOAV,'"SEPTr28ri09r
Oceanic Stated and Thticl
Hawaiian Second Deoree.
All vlaittng membtri of tke
Order are cordially Invited to
attend uieetlngB or local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet very Monday evening at
1:30 In I. O. O F Hall, Fort Street.
i:. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
K. D. W1CKL', N. O.
All visiting brother vry cordially
lUaU LGDQE, No. 1, K. ot P.
lltkti every first and third Fri
day evening ut 7. So In Kt of P."Hall,
eoruar Fort and Ueretanla Visiting
DrotW cordially Invited to attend
F. I.. NUGKNT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. B. 8.
IIOls'OLULU LODGE 816, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, D. P. 0.
Rika, meet In their hall, on King
Street, neir Port, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brother are cordially
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTH1TT, B. B.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
EONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WRD
KKSUAY evening of each month at
7:80 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, oorni
Eiretanla and Fort atreet.
Vlalllni Eagle ar InvlUd to at
itud. W. M. McCOT, W., Pret.
H. T MOOBE. Secy.
fVm. M'KTNLEY LODGE No.8, K.01P.
Meet every Ind and 4tb Saturday
avenlug at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend F. M McQREW, C. 0.
B A. JACOBSCN. K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meet every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pjthlss Hall Vlsltlnc brother cor
dially Invited to uttend.
L. A. PKURY, Sachem.
E.V. TODD, C. of B.
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.
I Expert work at moderate nrices.
, Eergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Odd Fellows' Bide.
' FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
r.;c:ived ex Alameda a New Ship
meet of Lntest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
cood. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck. See his curios.
'For Hale" card a Bullatln.
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving,
1128 Fort St. Til. 109.
Your machine will be ready for
von when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autot; we resell
GO., ltd. ' '
ALEXANT-nR YOUNG BUILDING.
C. It. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Street.
' Beady for Demonstration.
SCHUMAN CARBIAGE CO.
The kind that fit.
Kin;, near Sonth.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
Bells, Private Telephones.
Changes to Light Wiring.
Union Eleotric Co.,
J. Abadie, Prop. '
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS
' Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
Beautiful New Hats
Now on view at
Dunn's flat Shop,
Cor. Fort aU'l'Beretania. ,
Levy's for Groceries
$65 FQR NEW.
See the rebuilt machines. They
can't be distinguished from new.
just as gooa as new.
A. B. AELEIGH& CO., LTD.
' Hotel Street, Opp. Union.
KODAK DEVELOPING -
PHOTO AND ART CO.
932-938 Fort St. Tel. 52.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phono 655.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nloktl Scratch Paoftor tale
at the B.u I l.e 1 1 n, office for fly cerate,
la vene Inch thlok, mad up of two Hun
dred eheeta of good paper. Six for a
Call and see Mike Paton at tba En
core. Coat your Iron roof w(tb "Arabia.
You will bo a'urprlaed at ItsT ooolim
Mid preaervatlve propertle California
Feed Co., agent. -
AmKlks uln"hnn been lost, reward
offered. ' Hoe" classified nds.
Consul ITjfctio'a accident was not
unusual. Accidents a,ro happening
every day. Moral (let un Acci
dent Policy from the Hawaiian Trust
Company, Ltd., in o first-class com
pany. TYPHOID AT THE
Report Of Typhus
President Mott-Smlth of the Board
of' Health Is having strenuous duties
to perform these days In connection
with his administration of the depart
ment of public health and not thn
leaBt of tho problems that hate arisen
recently Is the spread of typhoid focr.
Thero are now seven cases of the
disease at the Boys' Industrial school
at Walaleo and Dr. Pratt has been
sent to Walalee to take charge ot the
epidemic. Dusplte the efforts to stamp
out the dlsenBo thero aro now socn
cases at tho school.
"There Is too much typhoid n the
Territory at present," said Presldeut
Mott-Smlth -this morning, "but I wish
It would be understood that thero Is
not a typhus epidemic. This Is a illf
forent disease and much more serious
and tho .report that It was prevalent
would Bpread unwarranted alarm."
Indicted as being accessories after
the fact in the murder of Henry
Wethcrlll. Walklkl and Juuies Mc-
CandJcKs were this afternoon ar
raigned before Judge De Bolt. At
torney J. Llghtfoot appeared for
McCandless and after nn argument
bnll was set at 12,500 apiece, which
they have not et secured. This
partially writes finis to the prelimi
nary Investigations carried on by
the police In the murder of the negro
Bailor ot the Pleiades.
The fate of the two Portugueso who
were left by their companion clinging
to an overturned craft off Barber's
Point last night remains n mjstery.
The Portuguese were unable to swim
and the third member of the party, a
Samoan by tho name of Eololo, swam
four miles to Pearl Harbor for assist'
Yesterday evening two launches
were dispatched from the 17. S. S. Col
orado on Admiral Sebreo's order for
the nceno of the wreck and reported
late that they could find no true of
the unfortunate men. At 11 o'clock a
third launch was dispatched but with
no better success. Tho boat was ovci
turned at 2 ctelock yesterday after
noon and the Samoan did not leach
shore until 5, It Is feared that the
two men have lost their live either
by drowning or from the attacks of
MS. oXlITT AGAIN
Nellie M. Scott, the school teach
er who objected to her removal from
he llolualua ichool by filing a suit
against the Department ot Public
Instruction, this afternoon had tho
suit 'dljJconUnued on techlaal grounds
o,nd 'filed nV)pther .In ,tho 8upreme
Court of the Territory directed
against the Territorial Government.
FOR If ASE
1 to 5 yex. '
' , JJOROOMB FURNISHED.
" Excellent Locti6n.'
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
82 S. King St. . .
-,Alic. . Al.- Uifcibi
Governor Hughes Speaks At
Hudson Memorial Dedication
'M t! . I ..... 1 I t . . .
NEW YOItK, Sept. 27. GovcrnorllilBlica spokeS'oday nt (ho dedi
cation of tlu new Palisades Park. Tao ceremony of laliiK the toHici-
Stone for the Hudson memorial mon.imcnt wjts pel formed by tho (lover-
nor in n urizznng rain, ucspiio inj inclement weather, iiiu niic'niiamc
at tho ceremony was enormous. The crowd was Hie Inrgeit that litis
ever turned nut In New York for such mi occasion.
Tickets for seats from which to witness Wednesdays parnilo lira
In unprecedented demund. Single, scats In the. grondHtnnds lire selling
at $2I, while rooms with windows fronting on the line of march are In
big demand ut $100. Persons owning building on the streets along
which tlio parade will pan are reaping n rich harvest.
Despite the efforts of those In charge to prnvldo ample accommoda
tions, It wlli ho Impossible to Hiipply Bents to nil applicants. Many per
sons who purchased their tickets early are disposing of lliem ut u hand
sotuo prqflt, reljlng ou catching u glimpse of the pnrudc from walls and
President Taft Goes
Down in Copper Mine
IHITTE, Mont., Sept. 27. Clad in n linen duster and a blanch hat
and awlnglng n lantern as though I13 had been' uicustomud to such
things all his life,, President Toft today ileicendcd twelve .hundred feet
Into a topper mine. The, President wis accompanied by Secretaries
Bollinger und Hitchcock. After th3 party returned to tho upper eui
and emerged Into the light of day. th j President expressed his nppieila
tlon of the unique uxperlurico underground In t'lithiTslnstlc teriiH.
1 01 m
MES81.SA. Sept. 27. Tuesday. Wednesday 11 ml Thursday nro
likely to see telsmlc disturbances throughout ftho world, nctordtng to
Frank A. Pcrret, the olcanle. expert. 1'errct says that tho uiiusuiil let-
ntlve positions of the earth, Mors,
the next three dus will bo most favorable to earthquakes and llko disturbances.
. TO RESTORE GUARANTEES.
MADUID, Sept. 27. As 11 icsu t of thn recent Spanish successes In
Morocco, tho cabinet has decided (o restore the cons'ltutlonal guarantees
In all provinces but two.
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 088
O. W. McDottgall, Prop.
Per S. S. Alameda, Dnwdcll, for San
rranclsco, 8ept. 29, 10 u. m. Mr. and
Mrs. Brulck, MIbs A. Herbert. Miss
Augusta Monglcr. Mrs. P. Hollowav.
iUea (1. Parson, Mr. und Mrs. 11. Ma-
moan, Mr. and Mro. A. Van Uesclaer,
Morton Bobo, Mr, und Mrs. Douglas,
Mrs. J. Itankln, Miss C. llankln, Mrs.
M. S. Mock, Mrs. A. M. Mellln, Miss
M. R. Olll, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. l.udwlg
sen. Mr. on'd Mrs. J. Berry. C. M.
Davis, wife and daughter, Mrs. Bell,
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Bias. Chan. Oru
and wife, Mrs. McNeill, Miss McNeill,
Miss A. Mason, Miss Z. Irwlu, Miss A.
Douglass, Miss S. Gray, C. P. Cham
berlain, W. C. Bartholomew, Dr.
Moore, G-eo. Jurgenscn, K. Salto, O
T. Herford, V. M. Tompleton, O. It.
Williams, Miss .. Williams, Miss 1
Williams, Ml, and Mrs. Oiillford. II
S. Crane and wlfo, Miss II. Hall. W. (1
Smith, K. M. Farnham.
' Per M. N. 8. 8. I.urllne. for San
Francisco, Oct. 5. J'. II. Drew, Mrs.
Drowr and ciilld, Donald (1. Carpenter,
Mrs. Carpenter, Miss Meslck, Mrs. C.
M. Cooke Jr. and 2 children. Mrs. M.
Morasky, Miss Anna Paris, Capt. and
Mrs. II, Bcrgor, Mr, nnd Mrs. Ma)
'dwell, Mr. and lrs. Ixivy, Mrs. ,1,. P.
Foluom and daughter, M. P. Hi own,
Mrs, Brown and child, Miss H-aycs,
J..M. IIa)es, J. Wiseman, Mrs. flurrey,
' Per M. N. 8. 8. Hllonlaii ,for San
Francisco, Oct. G. Miss LomIbo perrj,
Mrs. A. MacPholl, Miss MocPbull, Mr.
oml Mr. C. Carter, 1,. Todd, Mrs. T.
C. N.ugent, Mrs. J. M. llajeH nnd bI;
ter, Mrs. J, 'Wilson, Miss Katherlne
Knight, Dr. W. O, Ilogers und wlfo
Mrs. A. Mlllls, Ur, K. S. Goodhue, Mrs.
Goodluie und daughter, Mrs. W. J.
Gardner nnd daughter, John Hautz.
Per stmr. Klnau, Oregory, for Knuil,
Bept. 28. Mrs. Delnert, Miss Ihslucrt.
W. If! Rico and party, Mrs, K. Ahnal
and child, ,Mrs. 11. Armltago, P. II. Is
enbere, II. Schultz and wife. A, 1).
Hills, Mrs. A, Huddy, Mrs. ChrUt. J.
Per stmr. MlkahalaTullell, for Mo
lokal and Maul ports, Bept. 28, 6 p,
m. W, U Hollburn, Dr. F. M McCal
luni, J. Bl Traverse, 0. P, Cnon,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 208
"ll.tin Pdllnri.t Bnnm Phnnn ISA
s A ,J0
Jjijltcr, Saturn mid tho moon during
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard 8t., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
BI GFLEET RECEPTION TONIGHT
(Continued front ? 11
such u churniliig'functloi' us tho 0110
glu-n last night at the oing hotel
by tho men from tho flagshlpn Tennes
see und West Virginia. Tit two p t
ylllons which were engage, I for Uto
dancing woro converted Into llowor
gardens at thu bunds of tho commit
tee who hud the matter In cliuigo, n-id
eveijonu present tommonlul 1111 the
beuutirul effect. '
Slgtull lings, entwined with stream
ers uf various colors, were suscuileil
from tho ceilings, while long strluiw
of ferns weio used to soften tho guy
Bunches of white and red carnalloiu
were pluced at Intervals ulong Iho
tides of both rooms, while potled palms
siiiomod thu corners of thu rooms. In
the munku pavilion a largo plcturu of
Admiral gehreo was hung druicd with
the Stars und Stripes, while directly
across the liuiidsumo blue and gold
banner won by the West Virginia
team, which denotes the baseball
championship, was suspended from
tw-o HtroHineni of blue nnd gold.
Shortly after 0 o'clock, Admiral and
Mis. Sebreo, Captahi und Mis. Bees
nnd Flag Lieutenant llolmes entered
tho niaiikn pavilion and t1ok up their
position on tho Wulklkl side, whcie
thoy received all tboso present, after
which tho dutitlng commenced, which
was kept up until a late hour.
Tho committee from both ships de-
e.ervo tho gT?utos,t pralso for the work
they did In giving tho public such 11
pleasant owning, whl(o special thanks
is utiu.i;. u. J-utter of tho West Virgin
la, for his untiring efforts as chairman,
as oil ins EiioiriiO;! s lell tho giuutest
amount 0 lenpoiulhlllty,
Later In tho evening a number ot
society people' dropped In to witness
tho dancing which was keenly enjoyed
by evoryono present,
The commlttoo who had tho uffalr
In charge was composed of the follow,
TennoBBOo Cninmjttco Plcsir num.
nger, J, M. Acurt; floor commllteo, T,
A. Fulrllo, U O, Slnionel. J, T. I.ar
kin; recoptlon committee, M. M. Gins
son, W. R. SnillbJI, Hanson; urruiise
ment committee. If. c. Helm, T. J
ARMY, NAVY AND CIVILIAN
W. W. AHANA CO.
62 S. King St. No Branches.
tmeimiv ,i.q- A.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, September 28,
SAUNA CltUK Salted Sept. 2.'.:
S. S. Virginian, for Sun I'ranclHoti.
SAUNA CIIU& Arrived Sept 2.!:
S. S. Mexican, from Illlo, S"pt 3.
3AN FBANC1SCO Arrlcd Sept. 27:
S. O. Wilder, h'enco Sept. 8.
Annlo Joliiibou, from Illlo, Sept. 0.
(SAVIOTA Arrived Sept. 27:
k S S. Santa Maria, henro.
DCLAWAHK lllt!9AKWATi:it Ar
rived Sept. 27!
S. S. Massachusetts, from Illlo,
SAN FItANCISCO Anlved Sept. 28:
Ilk. OI mptc, hence Sept. ti,
KAHU1.UI Arrhcil Sept. 28:
rr.'sp. Neuelly, fiom Cardiff, 132
THREE ALLEGED BAD
Deputy Sheriff Fernandez Takes Into
Custody Sclf-Confcssed Hold-Ui
Men Who Nearly Killed a
On Saturday night, or early on Sun
day morning, three Chlueru men .si
wending Ihclr way from W'nlmniti In
Honolulu. The) were laden with fnsl.
ets uf thickens which they hoped t.
itlsKiso of In (he city.
When about two miles front town the
Chinese chicken hawkers utro accost
ed by three Hawaiian Iiojk, w'.n nc
eiiMVl the Celestials of sli allnit thj
chickens, tfixin tho Chinese deujlng
this accusation the natho boy set on
tnc of the Chlnet.0 with stleki unit did
him up badly.
Two of the l'akiM'1.111 away hut tho
third was so badly asaullul lli.it It"
was left imconsclouH nn the 10a I. nftor
the natives hod gone throiuli his pot li
fts and abstracted some $10 M small
Deputy Sheriff rernandcz was I':
formed of thu oiitrane, mid nftei a
i.hort lime arrested a uallvo name I
Mlkallma. who not only confessed lo
thu ilmes but Incilmlmiled two other
llawallaiiM, named Henry Pakhlkc bud
Ihu lujuied Chh.ese is In tin) Alea
hospital, and Is reported to be h a Ind
way. Tho doctor considers the iium'j
escape from death 11 narrow 0110. und
toe patients is not jet out or diuigur.
The tbreo natives have been chaigud
with highway iiihbui) and will be tiled
In a fuw days.
"Does you Imxhnml stny 11 1 tho
club Into ut utght7"
"Well, rather, l.na night he
didn't get homo till half-pant Feb
a u a u it n tt is t: s: t: t: u a u a u
Hellly T. G. Slianahan, Wm. Donalitie.
West Virginia Committees Floor
manager, W. J. Brown; floor commit
lee. IJ. A. Boss, Hoy Wilson, It. N.
Deck; leceptlou committee, H. J, Feb
tei (chalimuii), (1, .1. Kawiitzky, U U.
Block. W. II. Uiihtli.
Captain Flfke To Spoak.
At tho Invitation of Judgu Bnltoii
chairman of thu local hinnch of the
Nuvy lc.iKiif, Captain Bradley A,
Fisko of the flagship Tennessee has
kindly consented to talk before II12
members of thut body.
Captain Ilees, commanrlunt of tin
NiimiI Slutlon, has kindly offuicd the
use of tlio station for tho meellir
which will bo held romo attcinojii this
week, probably 011 Friday, after whls'i
the members will ho taken 011 lioaid
one of thu ships and will be shown nil
Captain Flake In 0110 of the most en
thusiastic members In thu Mv.v
League, which Is 0110 of thu Inrgosl
nun strongest organizations in the
country, its aim being "to ucqulro und
spread before tho-cltlzens of Iho Unit
cd Stntos Information concerning om
Glacier On Thursday.
The wlieless operator on Iho 12, S
S, Glacier got IntoVoniniitulcatlon with
Ihu flagship Tennessee lust night, und
reported that she would bo In on
Tho Glacier Is luliiging stoiei for
tho ,Jlett, nnd will follow tho rhlps
when they leao hero for Nare's Har
Admiral Barry, commander of the
second division with th6 West Virgin
ia as his flagship, will piitcilaln to
moriow nlgl.t on board for 11 number
of local people.
The tennis matches Hint wow plujod
thin inoiiilng 011 tho Dcictni'la Club
courts for tho championship nf tlio P't
(Ifln Ileal, resulted us follows'
Lieut. Henderson bent Dr. Mnnn,
Pu master Nicholson heat Midship
man Marlon R-4, il-2.
I.lout. Moses, Murine Cm pi. heat
Midshipman Brndford, 8 C, M, .i-f..
Midshipman McCain beat Midthlp
man lMwnrds, G-4, G3.
Pu);naMer Nicholson nnd Lieut.
Henderson beat Midshipmen. Tialu
and Quuthcr, C-2, C 2.
Tuesday, September 21,
Htmr. Mniinn Keu, i'rceuinti, for Illlo
and way purls, 12 noon.
M. N. S. 8. Ilyodcs. from Seattle.
t , !
Stlnr. Klnnu, (Iregory, for Kauai
ports, r p. til.
Stmr. Mlkuhiila, Ttillctt, for Maul
and Molokal xirts, r, p, 111,
O. S. H. Alameda, Duwilell, for i!ail
riniiclsco, 10 n. ill.
I DUrl THURSDAY
P. M. S. S. Asia, (lotikrogcr, fiom
Stmr. Clatidlno, from Maul ioitn.
' P M, S. S. 'Asia, (latikroger, for tho
Orient, S p. 111.
M. N. 8. 8. Hllonl.ui, fnmi San Front
Stmr. Mniinn Loa, from Kon.i ami
Knit ports, 11. 111.
Stmr, Clnudlne, for Maul ports. S
DUE SATURDAY f
Jap. rmlser hbnma, from Yokn-
Cor. cruller Arcona, fiom China sta
Ilr. cruiser Bedford, from China sta-
I PA8SENGERS DEPARTED
Per stmr. Mniini Kea. Freeman, for
Illlo. Sept, 2S. noon. Ah Tal. S. Shi
Ijj, Mujor WiulliniiiH nnd wife, .I0I111
Wlrlinm. C. B. Hall. Mrs. II. K. Unlnl
und child, Mrs. A. Oranhorncr. A.
urnnliornor, Mrs. II. Wulker. Miss O.
win Tempsky, Capt. Klehs, Col. Ferry.
1). (1. May, J. Wnkclleld, W. Tboinii
Min, Mr. nnd Mrs. Donahue, Joseph
i.n vy and wile, Mis. H.is nnd ilniigh
ter. Miss Tuy Ling. Master Ayiiu, I".
l Williams nnd wlfo, O. F. Bush und
wire Mm. Kalllklnl, Mrs, Mutton, M.n.
Slomsnu nnd 2 chlldieu. A. M. No-vnii
It. I. Lllllo, Mrs. Brcckons, Miss Urock-
ot 9 and mnlil. It. W. Breckoim, 1:. It,
Hendry, T. I;. Marlln. It. C. Smlli.r. n.
J. Waterman, It. Horner, J. L. Coke,
Chas. Gay, Mrs. M. J. Oarrlda, W. Ciil-
ter. U. A. KIktnii and wire, Miss RIs
ton. MIsu Clark, Miss Pluming.
1 HONOLULU WEATHER 1
Tiiosdny, September; 2S.
Tomieratures C a. m., 7.1; S a. 111.
78: 111 11. in.. 7G: noon. 77-. mr,i't,,..
minimum, "p. B:uonetei R a. in.
iu.us; ausoiuio humidity, s n. in,
G.174 grains per cuhlr. foot ; lolalhe
hiunljllty, 8 n. m., GS per cent; duvv
point, 8 n. 111., Ci.
Wind fi it. 111., eIoclty B, illreitlon
N. i:.j 8 n. 111 , velocity 8, direction N.
i:.; 10 11. 111., velocity 9, direction IJ :
l.oon, eloctty 10, illiocllou N. K
italnfall dining 21 hours cmleil S n.
Total wind movement din In; St
hours ended at noon. 237 miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bureau
A wireless fiom Captain Ftcder
Icksun of the llllnulan, Bent last
night to Castle & Cooko, follows:
i:ig!t p. in. 1,170 miles from Ho
nolulu. Light west wind. Sm-jolh
10a. Cloudy weather. Baro.neler
'10:11. Tcnipciuturo 73. All well.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record 8ept. 27, 1S09,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Rst William C Luiiulllo by Tis to JI
Almeida Jr jj
M Almeida Jr and wf to Charles tl'
M Almeida Jr nnd wf to Fraulj 0
Kiawciualiullanl to Kuaeni iku Ku-'
kitlu ut ul )
Dlzabcth K Meyer nud hsb to T T
Mojer .' j)
Mlno lCiitsunum-a to,Hurry II Biiiwii
Tomlzo, Kntsunuina and wf to Bank
of Hawaii Ltd jr
Pioneer Bldg & Loan Assn ot Uuw
to I. II. Wooils (,.
Walter a Smith to A 8 Cleghoui.SiiiL
Entered JonRecord Scot. 28, 1900.
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. in.
George Kulsor and wMo F A Sclincf-
Abel 8 Nnsclmcuto nnd wf to Mutl
Bldg & Loan Soc of Haw Ltd ..j..M
PREPARATORY TO GETTING; OFF.
Hub (urilvlue'humo fioiu olllco)--Well,
1le.11, nnd how Is thu now took
Wlfoy Shu's gettliiR on her
thlliKH to leave. thnlu iwitv fi.u,..
Truiibcrlpt. ' .