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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Hawaiian Frst Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
Regular, 5 p. m.
Rote Croix Postponed.
Honolulu Chapter Special
.kit '!- '
Honolulu Second Degree.
,All visiting members of tne
Order aro cordially Invited to
Attend meetings of locai lodges '
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hail
7:30 P. M,
iinttip riiAiiis-s-nnft lucuiuto "
-mahinc CNOintttiy other aho
BENEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. ciatlom cor-
, diallj invited
fc HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Tltt ova-., Mnnri.v KVonlnc- nt
ft 17:30 In 1 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Strait." Fnt'SI'SI" Ml". "'l wan c01
ft '. E. It. I1ENDIIY, Sccrotary7.3u5ye,JrwiIf We publishing nouso r
K J 11. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
K All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. I, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Pri
ll day evening at 7:30 In K. of P, Hall,
w" corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
j-t blotters cotdlully Invited to attend.
C I VM. JONES, a c.
J 0. I' HEINE, K. It. S.
Bl HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
fel i.. - . . " TT
Tuonoiuiu i.oago iso. oiu, u. -. u.
,fEiKS, meets in their hall, on Kim;
b street, near Tort, every Friday even-
J Ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
r! i:. a. DouTiiiTT, n. h.
A" II. C. EASTON. Sec'y.
: HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. P.. M.
u T Maala trv flrnt nnil third TlllirS-
todays .of each month at Knights of
Mi Pythias Hall. Visiting brotucrs cor-
r dlatly Invited to attend.
1. HlaaiNS, Sachem,
13. V. TODD, C. of II.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
7 Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
' j-JMESDAY evenings of each month at
' J 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
I Deretanla and Fort streets.
VUltlni? Rncrlei nrn'lntlted to nt-
W i ' " " -
W. It. IlILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY L0D0E NO. 8,
J K. OF P.
ft"! Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
Wj i evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
m, l Hall,' cor. Fort nnd Iloretnnla. Visit-jfe-i
ing brothers cordially Invited to nt-
S: , II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
Vf 13. A. JACOB30N, K. n. S.
& r ii, I was towed out of nana uy the Btcam-
I Chas. R. Frazier ; A "O Avi
! Company ile JOJLillll
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& ' ' j Bulletin Business. Office Phone 25Q
K, '-VniistjacCETIrrA'Du PAY-cj . Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Building
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
J A. Hogg, l.lluie. I" No on, C
Remington, fan Francisco. .1 Corn
Hell, .Mi ml MrH .1 II Vim llnalon
Thursday, April 21.
Miss W. Warren. II ISourk.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thurcday, April 21.
SAN FKANCIrfCO -Arrhed April 20
S S. Lurllno. hcrco April 12
SAUNA CHUZ-Arihed Anrll 2H. S.
S. Mexican, from Sutlun Cruz. honen
NEWCASTLE Sailed April 19: S. S.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 21:
pzPortugucso War Ship San (lulirk'l,
ra ruuiu u iiuunpiiu.
HUMORIST OF AOE PASSES.
(Continued from-Patre 1.)
rltorlul SccreUr). Later lie became
city editor of the Virginia City En
terprise, where his gift of Iiuninr at
tracted much attention
After bcvcral jeurn .in a miner In
Calaveras County, Cat., he made n
voyage to Hawaii and became a lec
turer and writer of flctlor. tin Icr tho
nom de plume of Mark Twain
Some of Mark Twain's famous
BOOTH" hto "The Innocents Abroad
'The Jumping Prog of Calaveras
FOotiuty.'J ,'A-Tramp Aliro.nl," "The
Prlnco and the I'atjpcr," and many
other well-known works of fiction
- lll ibvv.ku lo.i nu wim eilliur
Charlt's WeGstor & Co. from 18SI to
lflUl,- Ilq-wuj a memher of tho Au
thors nniT Liilcm Clubs of Now York
CltyiJUewus the icciplcut of many
hpnqrs. Including those of M. A. and
Mi IU-Dr-from Yale, In 1901; I.I,. D.,
from Iho University of Missouri. In
1002; und I.Ht. I)., from tho Univer
sity of Oxford, In 1907.
McComas' palntliii; HClls nt aiic'Ion
In San Frunclsco for $90, precipitating
controversy. . ,
Gmernor Hughes In special mes
sages urges further Inquiry Into brib
Financiers arrlvo from the East to
reorganize California Safe Deposit and
Tho Ilarrlnian Btoamcn loco MoI
can mall contract which they liavo
held for -io )rars.
Hill and Hartlmnn Intoicat repra
BentullvoH aro each huldln confer
ences In San Francisco.
PICTURES GIVEN AWAY AT
- BLOM'S . ' ' s
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY EVER AFFORDED TO
XSE LADIES OF HONOLULU,
Commencing MONDAY MORNING, Aoril 18, at eight
o'clock, with every Ouh Purchaie of $10 and over,
WE WILL GIVE AWAY ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST
PARLOR OR DINING ROOM
FRAMED PICTURES 27 x 23
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE
SEE OUa WINDOW DISPLAY
We have aho red iced our prices on a creat many
lines, which should attract every Conservative House
LOCAL AND GENERAL
AutOM, (1 per hour, Lewis' Stables.
Telcphono f.03 to liavo iJiundry
called Jor and il:iprpil quick.
Call on Mlkit I'aton at tl.u Encnro
Snlixm for u draft of Frcsli Ijiittfi-
Embrotdinod tioiisseuut and fancy
nccdlonork. Mrs. II. Dell. 1G2 Hotel
Arctic soda. Pure fruit syrup. I.cit
head and Woodward, Phone B57, 1203
Be a Dooster for Hawaii and attend
the. Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
Visit Jack ltoberls at tho Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid lefiesh
ment. You will get good coods nnd
courteous treatment thcro.
New tprlng Myleu In A. V. C. ging
hams aro on show nt Sachs Dry Goods
Co. Aho white rurtaln swIss, inen'H
black and fancy half hose.
Tho only soda works In town whero
ou can get Hires' Root Deer and Iron
Port also havo iIimIUim water, con
solidated Soda Water Works Feb. 71.
Kalua who has been before- the
court many times for tho Itoozo nc'.
niiueared ouco more this liiornlng, nnd
was sent over to AbcIi's for sixty days
by Judge Andrndc. r
Call nt Iho show rooms and get
twenty-Ilvo Oreen Staniri frco. Eery
thing In Iho show loom Is free for
fireen Stamps. Call todily or any day.
Dei etanla qjiposlto Flro sjatlon.
The N. O- H. team will nlay tho
Marines on Saturday, nnd tho gamo
will start ut l. The second gamo
will bo betwepn the Cavalry and In
fantry and will begin as soon is tho
other match Is finished.
According to a report from tho Pre
sident of tho Territorial Hoard of
Health eight deaths from tuberrutoila
nnd one dt-ath from dyphthcrla occurr
ed In tho district of Honolulu during
the fifteen days ended April IS.
AT SAN FRANCISCO
The Portngncso cruiser San Onhrlel
now on a ojage to tho Far East to
take station at or near Macao, China,
has arrived nt San Francisco curouto
Tho San Uabrlcl will remain nt tho
conet jiort but a short tlnio and Is
then to proceed to Hawaii. The local
Portuguese polony have already sub
Gcrilied u considerable sum to provide
a unliable entertainment for tho ofll
ccrs and men during their Htay at
tho Paradlso of tho Pacific.
Quo. steamer trunk; nno lurfio trunk.
Must bo In good condition. Ad
dicsa "X. X.", this office.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
PURSER KII1L1NO of the steamer
Claudine, nrilvlng Irorn Hawaii nnd
Maul portB this mornlm; reports Una
weather on the Inward (rip with the
exception of last Monday when It was
round Io ho too rough to land or load
cargo nt Laiipuhneliiio. Tho xrlinnncr
W 11. Mn i mien, bark It P Itltliol
liaikcultno IruiK.ird and nlf.iiner .Mis
rourlan weru nt llllo ut Iho tlini' of de
parture of the Claiiillno for Honolulu
A WinEI.ESS iMant Is reported by
San Francisco .advice's as having bcenj
installed on uic rncinc Aiau iiner
Chlna. Tho China Is the third vessel
of tho lino to lecclve; tho wlreles
communication. Tho rssel Is oxpecl-
cd to nrrlvu here from S'ui Franclscr
on next Tueiday morning It Is put-
Bible thai she may Kr Into communl
'cation with Kahukii Ht.itl'in by Satur
UNLESS tho Pacific Mall steamer
Asln lian met with, tho r.ame brand of
weather as Hint encountered by tho
Chljo Mnru and tho ti'anporl Dlv, tho
vessel should arrive, hcie tomorrow,
bringing n fow pa3srngers nnd n gen
eral orlcntaj cargo of about Fevon
hundred tons. Tho Atln.ls expected
will go to the Alakca btre'et wharf.
THE ASIKRICAN ship John Ena Is
s'lll taking on sugar at tho railway
wlrirf ptopnratoiy to. sailing for tho
cast coast of tho United States by the
way of Ciinj Horn. Tho vessel Is b
lleved wli bo leady for depatturo tho
first part of tho coming week,
THE UNITED STATES nrmy
transport Sheridan, sailing fiom Ho
nolulu for San I"rancli,co on April 12
arrived ut tho Ojlilen (Into port yes
terday. Tho troop flhlp carried tho
twepty-th'rd infmitrv from the Philip
pines to tho mainland.
MODERATi: easterly v;lnds, smooth
soas and clear wc-iilier has been mot
by (ho Ooeanle steamer Slerrar which
wnsiieparted by vlrolnss last evpnln
as 490 miles off tho part, 'tho Siena
Is due to arrl)0 liero from San Fran
CAPTAIN NILSON master of tho
Amcrlcnn. bark'Annlo Johnson, has
left for n brief lelt to Hllo. Ho was
a passenger by. tho 'Mntnon Navlz,
Hon steamer Wllhclnilna nnd will
probably ictiirn lit Honolulu by that
vessel , ,
THE FltEinilT list of tho sloamor
Claudlno from Maul pmts Included
2!iC.ri sacks fciigar; 20 cords wood, 30
sacks chat coal, 40 sacks com, 20
sacks pota'ois, COO pineapples, 90
bales bides nnd 1M packages nun.
THE SAII.1NO oi lio American oil
tanker Sanlii Hit n. fiom Port San
I.uln, bound fop Honolulu, Is an
nounced. Tho vessel Is bringing u
shlpuinnt of fuel nil emiBlgned to tho
Union Oil company, , i,.,
THE ARRIVAL of tho Amarlcan-Ha-
wnllan freighter Moxfcnn fiopi IJu-
wallau ports Is lepnrted nt Salliri
Cruz. The rsbel can led a largo
quantity of sugar and- other products.
DUT ONE hygver passenger has
been bonke ) for San iFranclscn br tlo
Pacific Mall Btcamer Asia. This ves;
sel will probably continue tho voyago
to the coart on Saturday afternoon.
THE A.-H. froljht,or MUsourlan.
with a l'irge nlilpmtit of migjr, plno
jvpp'ea n,pl othor IIuoh of Hawaiian
proilurfs, sailed from Hllo for Snlhrt
Cruz on lait Mondayi .
THE AMERICAN! schoonor Jam?s
Rolph with a lull, shipment of-stigjtr
was towed out of liana by the Btcam
er Claudine. Iho yosscl Is Iwunil for
KAHULUI bhlpiilng nt tho tlmo of
tho departure of tho steamer Claudlno
Included tho shin W, P. Fryo, thu
fchootier Admiial and M. Turnor.
DIX GOES HOME
Three inr.nl lis will he Hpcnl nt
Pugct Sound shlpnrds In inuliig a
complete ooih.ini of (ho United
Statea nrmy. truuspoit 1)1 x now at tho
port commencing tho dlscbaio of
about flo .thousand tons of Jnpanesv
1h' DIx Fiiccesslully weathered a
seeio storm which CLiitlnued fur bI
da)s during which time stanchion i
weio smashed and swept overb.iaid,
boats eiiished nnd damaged and thu
staunch transput t wnj generally
knocked about In a roiuli manner.
Iho force of the wafer was of such
magnitude that tho bridge suffered
f i oin Iho Impact of tho wall of. water
which lit .limes confronted Iho tcwe..
Tho Ul has ui rived hero with u
hugs Hilpment of coal amounting to
nearly eight thousand tons. Tho ves
sel sets vety low In the water and
this had muph to do with tho trans
port meeting with strenuous treat
ment at the hand of Old Neptune. Thi
storm Is reported as at Its height ot
April 12. Tho constant battling wl'l
tho elements resulted In thq DIx bo
Ing five days behind her regulai
Much credit Is given tho offlcen
nml men on board tho ve.jcl for thcl.
Chief Omccr Edward I.o Sacko
Chief Engineer J. D. Hamiver A. N
llusmusst'ii, boatswain ;ind others nr'
Iho recipients of special mention fo,
meritorious service In preventing los
of property through tho violence o!
thu Morm. ,
' The DIx has actively participate
In tho mocment of tho army durln;
tio recent peilod of maneuvers In tin
A compilation of achievements o'
army service for tho recent Philippine
division msneuveis will show that tin
DIx carried nut of Manila and tetiirne
to that baso nearly 4000 army horse
and mules, and gnvo transportation t
nearly 6000 Uoopj, Wholly wlthou
passenger accommodations, the tasV
of providing comforts and commissar.'
conveniences although heavily taxlnr
the facilities received favorable men
Hon from thoso associated with th-
Tho DIx. which has becomo n fix
turo Willi tho trainc of supplying th
aimy In thu Philippines with Its nu
Imal needs, is frcnnDiilly called upui
to glvij, .alii to the Insular nnd mimic
lual government wltji. (ho bringing li
of new block. During tho past year
and during tho handling of tho vesso
by Captain Ankers and l.leulennn
Clark, a record, for transporting nn
Imnls over tho Pacific has. been tnnd
thai Is believed excels anything' qvo
During tho ship's last two trips ovo
only two nuliunls au died nt sor
Mom than 100Q wpro tvanspnrtod
Compared Willi the losses Inourrod h
Iho llrltlsh army In trnnspnrUns U
cnyalry istock to South Africa the. fig
urea nrp two-lenths1 of quo por cent
ugnlnet nearly ilxty lr cent of lost
sustained by Iho llrltlsh. The recor
recently niado by tho DIx Is ali.o indlc
utlye nt a groat liiipiocmuiit In mclb
nds demanded by Iho' United S(afo
army over t,ho sorvlco given .with th'
nivds of tho early days of America!
Thu DIx Is laying at tho Naval whnr
and work was comiui ucrd t,hls morn
Ing to discharge tho Milk! con, Tl
ebsel Is expected to ipmaln at tli
,port for I en days.
Lieutenant Itufiis 11. Dirk Is mak
In? his last trip on tho DIx In that cr
Per stmr. Claudlno, from Hawa'
and Maul ports, April 21. Miss O
Lewis, A. Cnlqulioim, Miss Lindsay, H
Ponneson, Dr. J J. Caioy Mrs. Cran
well Robt Illnd W, Pfotenhauer J
8. Cooko J D. Van Ilaalen. Mrn. Vat
nnalen, J T. Hlggins Chas Iteming
ton, M. 11. neuter, W. R. Patterson
1 ARRIVED ''it DEPARTED 7i
Wednesday. April 20.
Mllkl, Japan DIx, U. S. A. T 4
P. ni. ,
Thursday, April 21.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Rtmr,, n. in.
VE88CL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vn. Rosobank, Hr. stmr.
Norfolk, Va. (llenshlel. llr. slinr.
Friday, April 22.
Hongkong and Japan ports Asia,
P. M. S. S."
San Francisco Sierra O. S. S.
Saturday, April 23.
Hllo via way ports Manna Kea,
Per A.-H. S. 8. Ncvadan, for San
Francisco. Apill 20. Mr. und Mrs. T.
Palmer, Mrs. Cantlu, Miss Cantln
Master Cantln, Mr. and Mrs. II. I).
Mariner, (loorgp II. Robertson, It, 8,
Deerlng n-ul It. F Ward.
GROSS CHEAT CASE
This morning nt 1 1 o'clock n wnr-
ant was sworn to by S. W. Kamo
hoahl for tho arrc3t of Sam Papuhl
on a charge of gross cheat. Tho de
fendant Is nn einploje of tho von
Ilaiuui-Young Oarage, and Is accused
Df defarudlng tho complainant In the
nse of the sum of J-JHO.
It appears that Papuhl Informed
Xamoho.ihl that there was a bar
;nln In automobiles for sale at the
in rage. Tho machine was a llulck,
ind the prlco as set by Papuhl was
I13G0. Tho complnlunnt hud a look
it tho car nnd1 then decided to buy
t. He wan told that the machltio
would cost inoro It piiichnsed from
inyone elso nt tho garage, and he
vas ndvised tp grab the opportunity
and take tho automobile at once for
Ihe transaction was rnrrlcd out,
mil $ 1 :t f, 0 was handed In cash to
'apulil, who Is alleged to havo given
i bill ot rule for the car. So far
iverythlng wna all right and overy
jody was rntU0od. Papuhl turned In
1900 to tho garage peyple nnd kept
1450 as n "irnko-off,"
Hut tho beautifully laid out plan
'ailed through an accident; Kamo
ittihl happened to strike nn electric
ar with his, machlno and It was
vrockei), Upon Inking It t() the git
pgu lo bo lepalred, tho owner leek
nod Hint tho work should be done
or nothing, ,ns tho machine was sup
iiiecd to be guaranteed for n year.,
Im tho con nse of the conversation
hat epsued, Kamohoahl said that
be car had cost him $13r0 and that
ie thought It Mioulil be repaired for
lothlug. Then (he fat wiih In tho
Ire, nnd iilthough the gnrugo people
aid thnt only $900 had been turned
n to them, tho owner produced n
illl ot biilo for ?13u0, That ended
he matter, nnd ;ao warrant was at
into sworn out for Pupubl und ho
;ns nri;ested nt noon.
Tho ihnigo of gross cheat was en-
ercd against Papuhl, and hall was
Jet in the sum of $1000. Tomorrow
nornlng tho ncuiseil man will have
o appear befoi'o Judgo Andrndo, but
he caeo will piohably bo sent over
or a few ilau until counsel for tho
lefeuse and vroseciitlon havo hint
line to look over Hie matter.
Mistress Do jou clean rooms
with nlacrlty? Applicant I gin
"ally prcfors patent sweepers, mum,
Wednesday. April 20.
San Francisco Nevndan, A.-H.-WS.
S., n y. m. , '
Hllo Wllhelmlna, stmr., G:30 p. m.
VESSELS TO DEPART
- -T " ' 4
Thursday. Anrll 21.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, simf., 5
Friday, April 22. X,,
Kona and Kan pOrts-i-Mauna l.oa,
htmr., noon. '
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Saturday, April 23.
San Francisco AbIo. P, M, 8, S. ,
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Por tmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, April 21. Dov. 1) Scudder,
fleo.. Smithies, L. Ki Knumulaii, Ilov.
W. naleson, Mrs. Eleramer, F. A.
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Maul ports
Apill 22.7-A. Hanebcrg, Mrs. C. 'A.
Dealt, Mrs. E. II. fluerreo, Miss Too
mcy, W. O. Franklin, Mrs. Frnnklln,
A M. Feltclra, V. S. Corrca, MrB. M.
Fernandez, Mrs. J. V. Fernandez, Mrn.
Per stmr. Manna Loa, for Kona and
Kail ports, April 22. J. Goldstein 11.
Dickson, M, Cowley, Bishop Llobert,
W. O Frnnklln, Mrs. Franklin, Mia
Lloyd, Mrs. Mursberg. D. Pae.
F. Crawford. II, Crawrord. '
Per stmr. Manna Kea, for Hllo and
way ports, April 2C llov. II, P. Jud,d.
Mrs. Judd. J. II. Classen, Mrs. Clnsson.
Por O. S. S. 8lcrra. for San Francis-'
co, April 27. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stark, D.
I). Shumwny. Mrs. Shumway. Miss D.
T. runaway, Miss Lewis, A. C. Suohl-
cr, i. L. noogs, uapt. and Mrs. a. e.
Knight. Mrs. R. Reynolds, P. Mctzer,
Mr. und Mrs. It. A, Lyon, Miss,. A.
Thompson, Miss A. C, Kinney, Mr. anil
Mis. C. W .Pendleton, R D. Klng.-D.
M. Warner, Mrs. Warner, A. D. Pope
W. J. Schultz, Mr. Schultz, J. H.
Ellis Chas. V. Howard, 0. C. L. Mom
niedlcu, Mrs. II, Meyer, Mrs. T. 'E.
Wall, .Mrs. J. E. Mcrvln, J. Flannitan.
Mrs. It. II. Plotner, Mr. podd. A. Her
bert. Mrs. Dentley, J. II, McKlnp.on, M.
Dnyfoot, Miss Dayfoot Mrs. A. V.
Ilabbldgo, Mrs. C. II. Humphrey. !r.
and Mrs. W. J. Schultz. Mlsa Scott,
Mrs. M. M. Scott. Mrs. W, Cnailey,
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Porrlno. NVTX
Collins, Mrs. J. Cunha, Mrs Alico Fret
las. Miss 8. Pratt, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Jt.
Woodbrlilgo, Miss M. niggart, J. J.
Sullivan. C. A. Ilmns. II. ,T. Bromficld,
MrB. E. Wooif, A. K. Vlcrra, Mrs. May
er, D. Btend, Win. C. Lyon, E. Hart,
W. W. Klrkland, Mrs. A. McDownll.
Mrs,.A. Rodgcrs, Mr. and Mrs. Sealo,
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhelmlna for San
Frnnrlscn, April 27 Mrs. M. M. Mooro
mid child, Miss Monro, Mrs. V, Lyser
and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
Tprleton' and children. Dr. J. Dcattlo,
Ji D. Kendall, Mrs. W. W. Chtlholm,
MrB. Heattlo. Mrs. F. U. Angus, Mini
E. A. 8(nno, Mrs. P. M, Ulake. Mr. n'.i.l
Mrrf. E. O. Hall, Mr. nnd MrB. A. E.
Thummell, MrB. Flnrcnco najtlmm,
Miss A. S. Parker, Miss Dlata MIbh
T. Illackhiim, Miss Rello Jonnsoii. Mr.
nnd Mrs, T. I Williams, Mrs. T. C.
Smith nnd child Mrs. a II .Williams
Master Williams, Mis Grace Cooko,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Alexander, T. A.
Clarke. S, G. Wilder Mrs. Zcavo, Mrs.
J. M. Lovy, Miss P.' G. Roberts? Mrs.
L. h. La Plerro, MIbb M. Bchnon, S.
D. Darlow, R. D. Kins, Mrs. 3. J.
Carey, Mrs, a. D. Hofgaard, a, H An-
?,V3',M.r.8' ,0, " AtlKUS' n- A- Oavls,
W, C. Parko, Mr. nnd Mrs, Chas Oh
mcr, Mrs. 8, a. Wilder, Mrs. A. T. At
kltiHon, Mr. and Mrs. j, A. Wlldor.
MrB. G. P. Custlo, Mrs. M E. Tcnncy.
Mrs. N. 13. Jordan, Mrs. O. Murphy,
Mr, nnd Mis., P. 1,. Wnldron. Miss P.
M. Dafoot. Mrs. J, u. Dayfoot. Mr.
and Mrs. 0. Poavey, Mr. C. II Walt.
Mr. E. D. Lnfkln, Mrs. S. A. Richard
son, Miss A. Thompson, Mrs. Cl.Oelti
Mr. J. MfcCleau, Mrs. II. Deas. Mrs!
L. Smlth-lljorth, Mrs. Jacson and mo
thor, Mr. 0. Avcrdam, Mr. E. C. llurk
hardt, E. J, Wnllor, Mrs, II. Moyer.
II. P, Fajo and fmuIly,.Mr. Poultuey
Illgelow; Mr. R. Uciihn. -Jlr. and Mrs.
Carpenter, Miss J. Centor.
185 editorial rooms 256 oust
noss office. These are tho telephone
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