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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.-H., TUESDAY, APR. 11, 1911.
IIuiuiII.iu l'lrsl Degree.
Hose Croix Jlmiitil) 'lliurx
Oceanic Tlilrel Degree.
ltun Crlx Punier Srr
llces, 10 a. m.
All visiting member ot tan
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting! ot local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
jiniur runiiifpnpi m.cwuc4i ui
mnnirtc r.nomccni otj,cl Ano-
SftPftHUIAL ASVJIATIQH. ciaboni cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knlghta ot
Pythlae Hall. Visiting brother! cor
dially Invited to attend.
It. IX)STi:R, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, 0. ot It.
0N0LULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E,
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY avenlnKi ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
lieretnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting- Eagles era Invited to at
ano a davis w r.
M C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LOCQE, 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61, B. P. O.
Clks, meets In their hall, on Ring
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Ilrotuers re cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUaiinitTT, H. R.
OKO. T. KLUKQEL, Sec.
WM. McKOTuEY L0DQE. NO. 8,
Mecca every 2nd and 4th Baturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P,
Hall, cor. Fort and Hcrotanla. Vlelt
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
Und. F. T. KILIIEY, O. O.
C A. JACOHSON, K. It. S.
gets to tho point eiuleker livery
limn wo cxiiinlnn a person's ejes
or nt a pair ot glasses, n give llio
full measure of our experience,
' which extends chit miny i-nrs.
Tim experience lias given us tlm
! inklll nml nlilllty to nsk for and
inf-rlt jour ceiiindcneo
I. N. Sanford,
Boaton Building Fort Street
fc Our May & Co.
Milton and Parsons
ftotel St., opp. Young Phone 3038
ARE YOUR BILL8 FOR FUEL
TOO HIQH7 It costs nothing In
oil, rsji or other fuel to heal jour
bath with n SUN HEATER. It
combines comfort with economy.
Write today for prlcu of Sun
Heaters to WARREN B. CRAW,
Box S69, Honolulu.
Regal Shoe Store,
!? DANZAI SHOE 8TOnr
Berstanla Street, Near Nuuanu
'J, HONOLULU, H. T.
(Weekly II u 1 1 n 1 1 8! per year,
i "-j- In i.Uc OeW-t tlic ficv ' i i
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bullet Ip telephone numbers
have not been changed with the Iocs
tton of the paper. They remain the
tame at printed In the telephone direc
tory Business office, 2256 editorial
rooms, 2185, t
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Heat nt Tlin Kdrnre.
.1 W A Itedhouso, watchmaker nnd
Jeweler, has resumed business In the
Masonic Templo, Alukcn street First
class wntchwnrk n spe-elalty
Wall, Nichols Co , UU , have n line
lino of raster cards from 2 for C cents
to CO cents carh. Don't miss seeing
John n llergstrnui, Tlano and Or
gan Tuning and Repairing Masonic
Tomplo. Telcphono 2067. P. O. Ilox
Pay ensh nnd nsk 'for green stamps.
They're free. Call at the show rooms
and see what you get treo tor
Do jou realize thnt In the effort to
clean stock Miches for now goods,
tint prices nio cut In two nt Yoo
Chan Co 'at '
Thursday evening there will ho nn
evenings entertainment nt Y. M. C
A hall commencing nt eight o'clock,
music magic ventriloquism, nml Im
pcrsonnthm making un tho program
Knill lohnson Wnldern the droit and
(Irorge Dson will appear nnd F.vnns'
siring orchestra will furnish music
Stmda' will see moio baseball, nt
Allilcllc l'ark the game of tho day
lining a chillcugo one between Anla
learn nnd Asahls tho former being
the champions ot tho league for two
vears and the Asahls winning last
ear's championship Inst Sunday. Tho
first gnmo will bo between Japanese
High School nml Honolulu Team
i. i ' .j . fa . ri
IteprcsinlntlVP Joseph Cock- '
" ett of Maul created n mild Hon-
v nation In the Hoiixp this morn- '
" Ing l lutrodilrliig tlie follunlng '
' ltiiol(l. Tint the Hoard of
l.tipior Commissioner! of the
cl ami inunt of Honolulu dp .
' and thty rp hereby renuested '
to make a regulation prohibiting
the Sale of Intoxicating liquors
to women by wbolesnlo deal- t
? CTP " '
Coekett innilp no comment on "S
tlm r solution, and It was re- ?
ferred to the miscellaneous s
committee without explanation S
f Thero nro said to tip socrnl ?
protests ngalnst the sale, of llq-
nor to women thnt will como
' lief nro the Committee
a i : it it, ,t a 4i i
No ilatn has luen set us yet for the
sp.slal inciting of the lommlssloners
nt j ulille lnvtructloii, rullid to ionlil-
er the troiililp ill the IIIIo High School
Superintendent of Public Instruitlon
Pope stated this morning thnt he lioptd
to be ablo to ilctvimlna tho il ite of
tho meeting tomorrow, nibllng that It
wns illlllciilt to secure a rilioriim
It Is expc fed that tho stenographer's
trnnmrlpt will be rmil by the latter
part of the week and tho oldenca
tnk n by Superintendent Pope nt Illlo
rnp bo prosented to tho consideration
of the commissioners In regular form
A jumii In Hawaiian sugar and tho
gradual rlso of .Mcllrjilo until It
reached 7, n high mark for thin slock
woro the featuies of the inarkot to
day A heasy demand for II.iw.illj'i
sugar sont this stock lo H!i. 7."i shares
cnanging hnniis tit t run prico.
Mcllijde has u nuinhor of reasons
fdr tho ad v unco In prlco. Tho recent
decision to Ihmio stock to llquldnto
tiiilililrdnoes. llio ropotts that tho phy
sical comllllon of tho plantation U
belter than over nud tbq generally
opIlmUtlc framo ot mind with which
Iho slockholdois lev tho propcrt)
has resultei In a brisk demand for
Jlcllnde for weoks pttst.
Walalua and Kwa wern bolh strong
today, nml Mutual Telcjihono followed
Its activities ot tho pint few dn,
since Iho nnnniineoniGiit of a lie
stock Iksno A good deal of Hnwall
nn Commercial was sold, tho prlco
dropping to .18
Tho Hawaiian Exchangn repot Is Iho
following In oil stocks
Cremo Pot. OH Co. . ,'
Hon CntiRolldlted Oil 1 in 110
Hiimnumn nil Co 1,1
Templni lth Oil Co 13'j
PrlMlnu Oil . 25
W f k I v II n 1 1 e 1 1 n II tier tear.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
MXATIVE BROMO-OUlN'INi:, re,
niovib the cause. Used the world over
ti cure a cold in imo il iy, l:, V.
OIUJVii"J eiennturu on each box. Madi
(MtI3 MI'UIClN'l! CO. Saint Loiu U. S. i.
BAN ON LIQUOR
When you want to
i" V i We have the right wagons and the right men.
City Transfer Co.,
Jas. H. Love
SJILL SMALL VOICE WARNS
1ENY0 MARLI OF
Unique Submarine Signal Equipment Now Carried By the
Liner Takes a Record Number of Oricnt-.Bound Pas
sengers From Honolulu South Bay on the Ways Ho
nolulan Departs Loaded With Sugar and Passengers.
A still small nlce electrically sound-'
ed within n icccUcr held to the enr
of nn ofllccr upon tho bridge of tho
Jnpnncsc liner Tenjo Mnru gmc warn
ing of a possible danger of running
afoul the treacherous locks that guard
tho cntianco to and exit fiom K.m
l'raucUco First ot Iho transpacific
liners to bo cipilppod with tho sub
marine boll signal s)stcm, the Jap
uneso steamer Tcuo .Mnru will try
nut tho new- iHnke which was In
stalled whllo nt Sao Francisco.
On anUnl nt Alakcn wharf before
nine o'clock this moinlng tho olUceu
icisirt the new apparatus to mive
been a titccess A warning lias beim
heard for a distance ot (lo miles
thiough tho lecelvers. Tho rccolWug
nppirntus Is attached to tho jmrt and
stnrboaid sides of thu inner bull fiom
.lilcli run telephone wires to the
bridge deck. A switch regulates the
Instrumint similar to that used In n
wlieless outfit nnd sounds can be
traced to any isilnt of the rnmpasH
Hy means or theso tccelveis tho naxl
gntlng nlllcer of tho shin M) ooulpped
cun locale the position of Lis lightship
In Hid densest of fogs nud incidentally
establish his own position These
aids to nu Igallon have been In use
by Atlantic llneis for enrs and h.uo
proed luvalunblo in thick weather.
Tho gocrumcnt Is pnp.ulng to In
crease the number of tho stibtnnrlno
signals, as more osels nro e(iilpied
with tho recehcrs, without whlrh the
slgnnls are of no nluo
When tho Tenjo Jlatu departs fiom
Honolulu at Iho o'clock this eeulng
thnt cssol will carry 333 Aslatl"
btoorago passengers to tho Oilent
The larger imrtlun of tho ilciuiling
passengers nio Japanese k tinning to
their nalho land.
Due weatlur Is reported during tho
fho das und twenty hour ojao
fiom Halt I'innclscn
Hut three ln)oer passengers left
tho 0Bsel nt iloniiliilii Tho isisloillco
leccUed 433 sbcKb of later mnluhiml
Thiough iinsseilgors uitmhor 121
cabin, 89 second cljss and 189 Asia
tie steciage. Tho caigo going tluomtli
to Oileutnl jiorts Includo largo ship
incuts o leather and cotton. Con
signments of felt roollng nnd general
mcrchamllso soro to mnko up over
thieo thousand tons freight.
The annual exodus of tea huleis In
Japan Is on. Thcio Is a goodl) mini-1
bor of tho genial gentlemen who ie-1
Ktiini ly on twice each J ear piss
through Honolulu to and fiom Iho Ja
panese pons. They may not bo strong
In numbers but the; mora than make
lip the iloflclPiict In tho llfo of tho
ship. Among tin in nro (!. Ojincken
liin.lt, F A Kcinnhl, N. flotllleb, A. C.
Iltjrr and daughter J C. Siegfried,
J I- Oglovoc, Fred (How mid (leorgi
Ilnebbo. Olhci passengers aro l'iniik
W. Matthlosen, wlfo and family, of
Chicago, going on n tour of tho Ori
ent: 0. V. Formaii and wlfo or Now
York, to Yokohama; 1". H. Scott, pre
sident qf tho Ceulur) publishing com
puny, nnd his wife, and Umls Olasi
of tho telephone comp.uty, who has
been ghen pel mission to go liejoml
tho Jttilsiilctlon of tho supeilor emit
to attend (n some business In Mnuil i
Another passenger on the Hum Is,
J. Krlangcr of Kilanger & Oalluaoi
pf Manila jtgonts lot the Tpj" Klsv i
Tho Tenyo Mam n, pIoI ii fn h
ro'at of p-ilnt while 'il .mi I inndsui
but n.piilloii nt this was nibbed off
ns tho osfcI 'itlemiliil lo como uloei'
sldo tho m li.it f ibis movnlng Tlinio
win n little i el-it In lieitllliiL- the
Imp lil)l owing Iji n slnllow ilopdi'
of water A fow moio of'thoso ruin
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd-
Tc!. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty.
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
ous spring protected stringers wero
fractured nnd innde a racket likened
to tho teal Ing down of a pottluu of
tho strurtuio. Siipciiutcndcut of Pub
lic Woiks Mniston Campbell wns a
silent but Interested spectator to what,
might hac been misconstrued ns n"
tun) destruction of tho wharf
O. K. Tohlcr nnd C. J Meyler are
hujers representing tho great houso
of Wniiunm.tkcr or Philadelphia and
Charles O. Ooodwln Is reputed ns
llio lucky Individual who dtew a first
prize In a circulation contest Just
closed by n I.os Angeles newspiper
Ho wiih gheu his choice ot trips and
ilinose that which will Include n tour
of tho Orient, lie Is nccompnnli'd b
A. J. Israel is n well known Insur
nnco bioker with be.uUuaitcrs nt
Shanghai who Is returning fiom n busi
ness mission thnt called hlln to tho
T. II. Illackhurn Is n I)es Moines
capitalist, on it round the world tour
i:. V Sp.iuldtug a multl-tullllonatre,
of Huston, s a louml tilp i.issengor.
Chillies Hunt, or 32 West Ninth
street, has perfected u mechanical do
lco for lowering u lifeboat Into tho
water und automatically lclcaslng It
which is being Installed on two ves
sels which tho American Ship IluUil-
lug company, or Cloiclnnd, Is build
ing for tho Slnmlaid Oil Company.
Tho nppnrntus will enablo ono man
to swing n lio-it from oer tho deck
and lower It Into tho water A shatt
connecting tho two davits insures
equal speed In tho lowering ot both
ends of the lifeboat
A model of Iho appirntus It on ex
hibition in tho American Museum ot
Public Safety, In West Thirty-ninth
stieet. Tho Department of Docks nnd
FeiriOH has oulcrcd a boat equipped
with tho device.
When passengers hao taken their
places In the lifeboat ono man, by
turning u wheel, can launch the craft
In twu minutes
Mr. Hunt was a passenger on board
the lloutgogne, or tho French lino,
which was lost at sea In 189C, nnd
sluco llien lie has been working on
his Invention The Mim a suggest
ed lo 111 in because of tho confusion
attendant upon tho Hunching of life
boats dm lug the disinter and the dif
ficulty experienced In diopplng tho
bents Into the n -N Y. Herald
Cattle and Coffee.
Cargo brought to the port this morn
ing In the Kniin and Kail liner Maunn
liu inugcd liom catlln to coffee There
was nu umisunll) lirgo list of cabin
pnssciigeis Tho freight list Included
SOOO hiii ks sugar, 412 sacks coffeu, 83
buncb-H banuuas, 121 sacks bones, 8
crutcs chickens, i pigs, 12 cows, 12
cuius, 30 bind entile, 29 cases honey,
sbipmtiitH nt tin ki m und island fruits
aiil 2.10 packages sundries.
Purser Hheldou reports cloudy weath
er, with lliriatrnlni,' rain, nlong Kuu
and Kqna While i rnsslng (he channel
tin 'ssil met with light northeast
winds and smooth sens. Tho olflcrrs
biniilht tin tnr of seelnB the lights
ofe .m Ina sti iimi r while nenrlng Na
pe upon, the csmI being r(, rnthcr largo
loiiiii.ui Mime wiru Inclined 'to be
lli e that the Maunn Kcu had been
iouiiulshliiiid for a special trip lintl
tlay wcie iufnrined upon uirhul this
moinlng tlmt such was not the case
Heavy Cargo Oreaks Gear.
Twi exii.i lusixy plee.es of ninchln
ere to be used In titling out tlie Ho
liolulii Itapl.l Transit, plant are being
utilo.iili'il fioin the Ami rlcnn-Ilnwallnn
freighter I'oluinblan. One lasllug
weighing lwrnty-spen tons wat too
nnuli for the hoisting gear used In nt
temptlni; Its icmowil, nud this morn
ing It wns found necessary to employ
shedrlegs to succeysfullv remnVe the
big heavy pieces of shafting nnd c Un
der licnd from the hold nt the ship The
Honolulu Construction & Di nylon Co.
Is superliilendlnc the rpmonl of tho
machinery from the wharf to the pow
erhotise, and Is using the traction en
gine In the hauling. There Is another
piece of machinery weighing nineteen
tons that has nlrendv been transport
ed to tlip new power plant. The shaft
ing to bo removed Is claimed to be
the heaviest alnple pleco of freight et
taken from a vessel nrrlving nt Hono
Harbor Police After Fishermen.
Hevernl Japniicse llsbermrn have
been plnced under nrrest for violation
of the new hvvs pcrtnlnlug to fishing
within the limits of Honolulu harbor.
The harbor police have been com
missioned to keep a shnrp lookout for
violators of the now ordinances OKI
ccr Cnrler made several trips nlong tho
water frontage Into itsterday nfter
noon nnd early this morning nnd his
vigilance wns nmply rewarded by somo
Important nrrests. The Japanese hnVo
been given timely wnrnlng. which Is
npparently unheeded It is tlie pur
pose of Hip nllthorltles to break up
the practise nnd nn example wilt be
made of those who persist In defying
Passing of French King on the Toast.
Tho French stpnmer Amlrnl Dupcr-
re, which sailed from San FrnncJsco
for Liverpool via Mexican. SoiiiTr"nnd
Central American ports, will wind up
the French around tho world lino ser
vice that has lnado thnt n port ot call
ror several years The withdrawal of
tho Bubsldy pnld by tho French gov
ernment wns responsible for tho elim
ination of this service Probably tho
most remunerative tontrnct enjoyed
by tho French lino was the transpor
tation ot oro from Bantn ltoaalla to
Kuropo. This contract has boon so
eiiireel by tho Harrison line, for which
iialtour. untune n Co aro agents,
nnd which Is now operating a direct
line between Kuropo and this roast.
Mauna Kea Carried Many Tourists.
A fair penentugei of the travelers
who left Honolulu nt 10 o'clock this
morning ror Hawaii nud Maul ports
wero tourists, who will pay n visit to
tho Milcuuo before returning to the
capital. The .Mauna Ken was well sup
plied with un assortment of freight nnd
supplies, lne ludlng shipments of lime,
cement, distillate unci lumber. A con
siderable quantity of fertilizer was dis
patched for the Illg Island by tho flag
ship. The Mauna Ken's departure was
witnessed by u largo crow el, despite the
sailing of Iho Mntson Nnvlgntlon
steamer Hnnolulnn, which left nt the
sumo hour from n neighboring whnrf
The steamer Nocnu Is to bo ells-
patehed for Knuitl ports nt S o'clock
this evrnlnir. Inklnir enrsn nnd explo
sives only The steamer Ivvulaiil, vtltli.
general inrgo ilul explosives, wns cis
luitcbeil nt noon today for Mifluikoim,
Kawolhac, Knllun nnd Nnpoopoo. Tho
Hlln liner Mauna Ken got nvvny short'
ly nfter 10 o'clock with n largo number
of cnbln passengers nnd n good freight
list At 5 o'cliKk this evening tho Ml-knh-iln
will sail for Maul, Molokat nnd
Ijinnl ports, while the steamer Klnnii
vv 111 be dispatched nt the same hour for
More llaHiiiir IlnnU I'rninlseil.
Tho prediction comes fiom const
shipping circles that another ovl
eleneo of the preparations which nro
being made by shipping llrnm In nu
ticlp.itlon of tho opening of tlm Pan
ama Canal Is contained In tho nii
iiounccmcnt by llnlfour, Oiithrln &
Co. ot the establishment of n line ot
high-powered modern freight steam
ers between Snn Francisco nnd Kuro-
peaii ports, with mbiithly HalllngH.
Mary Foster Has Arrived.
Tho American schooner M. H Fos
ter thlitj-lvvo days from Port illako
ly has arrived nnd wns hiemght In
side by tho Mai ton Navigation tug
Intrepid tills moinlng. Tho vessel
comes hero with n full shipment ot
lumber consigned to the local ngency
of Allen and nnblnson.
No anxiety over Kellogg.
No anxiety Is manifested over tho
small amount of water that Is finding
Its way Into tho American schooner
O. M Knllogg. The k vessel lays nt
lltshop wharf awaiting Its turn to ills
chaigo. Thero is a full shipment of
lumber on board.
REAL EBTATE TRAN8ACTION8.
Entered for Record Apr. 10, 1911.
A I.ellchulu Keohokalolo nud hsh
to Kuvvullon Laud Co 11
II Wntorhouso Tr Co Ltd Tr to L
T Keniiko Itol
Itildnlf Iljdeniolcl) nnd wf to II J
Samuel K Kamnlnplll and wt to
l.nh.ilnn Agictl Co Ltd D
Caroline Clark lo Caroline .1 O'Noll D
Lstcllo Andiews to V vnilinilo....PA
Ilttdiop & Co to 11 IIejilenrelch..ltel
Court of Land Registration.
Mut llldg & Loan Socy of II l.d to
Justin S It do Mello ltd
Entered (or Record, Apr. 11, 1911.
John M llrlght to Te.it Ttiuakti ....I.
Alnknmanu nud wf lo S Kiilllmnl.,1)
J J I)i uuiliiond tn Muuual do Culhnu
A W Meyer and wf to J II ICnos....!)
A McCiibo und wf to I. I, MiCand-
less .' M
Clay Littleton et nl to von lliimin-
Young Co Ltd CM
Will i: McTlgho to von H.imni-
Young Co Ltd , CM
Court of Land Registration.
J II Lino to Tiont Tiuat Co Ltd .1)
When Baby was sick, we gave her
When she was a ChlhJ, iho cried for
Whon gho became Miss, alio clung to
When she had Children, she gave tbani
I PAtjBENOERB ARRIVED
Per sttnr Mnunn I.oa from Konn
and Kail ports IL Wlthlngtoii, C
Atil. Hcv A. lBmltli, V Hnwnl, W.
A Hiiglc. Dr. n. 8. aoodhue, Mrs.
lliovvn. F Oreenwcll, A I. Orcenwell,
O. A. Hell, Mrs Hell, Mrs Stone, Mrs
J. A. Magoun, Miss Mngoon, Juilgo
Mntthowmnti. 1 Wilght. Dr. U 3.
Thompson, Jns (liubo, P. W Mllvei
ton, W .Mcllrldo, .1. Paris, David
Haughes, J I. Ilelser, 3 11. llelser,
W. M. Itamsey, it. S. .Morris, 1). H.
llovvmnn, D. Wndsworth, AT" Wads
worth, Miss Hf,)il, Miss Tnlor, .Miss
Itosecrnus, Miss Kenton, Miss tilbh,
A. C Young, J. N. Hind, K, 1). Ilonil,
J. N 8 Williams, L. (Jay, i:.OniY H.
(lay. Hlslo (Iny, Mrs. A. L. Hnulo, K,
(Hubs, Miss (llbbs, Miss A. (Ilbbs, L.
W. Wlshnrd, J Murata and 39 deck.
Per M. N. S. S. Ilimolulan, for Sail
rrnnclsco Dr. V. l,j Atkinson, Mm.
V L. Atkinson, C. 11. llelllnn, Col
John Illddlo. Mis. W. H. Illddlo, Chas.
D. nrovver, Mrs. V. L. Cannfln, Noel
Deerr, Miss II. O. Forbes, V, 11. Gib
bons. Mrs. W. II. (llbbons, C. II.
Hitchcock. O. It. llorton. A. M. Hydo,
Miss M. Krntter, J. I.utgcn, Mrs. Ida
Ltitgen, Miss n (1. Ljmnn. Mrs, M.
K. laurer, Miss M. Mnurer, II, O.
Morso, .Mrs. C. C. Morse, .Miss P.
Morse, Darwin Pierce. Mrs. Darwin
Pierce, Donald linns. Mrs. Donald
Itoss, W. Schultio, Mis. W. Pchultzo,
Ai L. Smith, Mrs. A. I.. Smith and
Infant, Miss Com Smith, Jesse A.
Smith, C. W II Smith, Miss M. II.
Thompson, Mrs fl Vcoihlps, L War
ren, A. II.' Wnterhonso V W Web
.stor, Mrs. C. R. Webster, Miss, p Wil
der. Major K. 15. Wlnslow, Mrs. B. K,
Wlnslow nud 2 children.
Per stmrt Mauna Kea for Illlo via
wnv iiorts. Apr. 11 W. Kalilnloknl,
J Hal. A. Jones. M. Mills, n. N. Deyo.
II. Chack, .Miss M. Llnhmnn, K.i
Young, Mrs. Young, W. O. Smith, Mra
L. S. Uiislifcldt, Mrsr Ii Mcssurler,
Miss C. Mcssurler, Miss Kelts, Mis
WHITE MAN OFFERS
SELF AS SLAVE
Will Be Mollycoddle to Per
son Who Puts Up Best
Price-, . .
Tho St. Louis Times of recent dato,
has tho following remarkable story:
Ocorgo Marcy, 29 years old. wants
to scttlo down nnd mnko n fortune,
nud this is his most Important reason
for placing himself on tho miction
block, tn bo knocked down to tho
highest bidder. Ho will play bolh
uiicltoucsr nnd "slave," and tho salo
will VTo held wherevor he ran llnd nn
nudlenrn. Ho Is staving nt tho Pon
Miucv, who Is 29 years old, says ho
ran ptilvo his phvslenl and mental
stictiglh. Do will accept $2000 tho
first car, with Increases In his salary
nt frequent Intcrvnls, Ho will sell
himself for nny period or tlmu from
ono jcar to life,
In exchange for tho money ho will
recelvo fiom his "master" bo offers
nil ho possesres, excepting his con
Hc'lcnrc. Ho sn)s ho will not sell tho
latter, becanso It has nover troubled
lilni In tho past, for tho roason that
ho has never given It any occasion te.
Ho Is Indlrfeieiit atiout tho class of
woik his purchaser Instructs him lo
Will do Most Anything.
He will do mi) thing that requites
managerial ability, from superintend
ing a coips of strcot cleancis to over
seeing a gang or garhago wagon
There aro n few things ho will not
do ror money, no matter how bright
tho fiitiiic may bo For lnstnncn, lip
would not think or selling himself to
n wealthy burglar vvliu may bo In
need of n manager ror his corps of
subburglars, nor would ho agree to
superintend tho task nt picking
Ho will sell lilinselfvto n corpora
tion, provided tho hill of pale will not
require him tn net as nu understudy
for tho president, If snld president
should get Into troublo with tho
In 'tho contract ho will Includo his
habits. If his purchaser should ho nu
eccentric person, who desired him to
smoko cigarettes, drlrtk champagne,
wear pink shoes nhd n harem skirt.
ho will consent.
Willing to Be Mollycoddle.
On Hie other hand, ho Is willing to
bo n poifect niollcoddlo. At tho prei
ent time ho has a vory bad habit ho
makes uso of toothpicks. Ho will
quit this, should tho purchaser de
sire Ho also wears silk socks, but
ho ran lncnk himself of this lco
without any troublo ho says.
"I'vo seen much of tho world and I
want to scttlo down nnd mnko n fnt
tuno." Matey wild. "1 want to sell
mysolf, and I don't onto who bujs
mo, so long ns I got my rhlre. I'm
sound or body and ,mliiil and I havo
nblllty Tho advertisement -or my
salo Is nn example or my crentlvo
"BULLETIN AD8 PAy-
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
I PA88ENQER8 BOOKED 1
Per T. K. K. S. S. Teno Maru for
Jnpiii ports nnd Hongkong Mis. J.
L. Iluck, II. S Saiifeird, Mrs II S
S.ttiford, llarou Tnknsakt
Per stntr Clnudlno, tor Hawaii and
Mnill poils", April H. F A Snjlor, A.
Hnncherg, M. Curran, Mrs, llusmer
Per stuir for Knunl iortn. April IS
-M. A ItobltiRon Jlov J W Wad
man, llcv (' I1 )long
Per sttur W O. Hull, for Kaitsl
ports, April 13 A. ItobltiPon, II W
T Purvis, Mrs Purvis
Per stmr. Mlknlinla. for Maul, Mo
lokal and Lannl ports, April 11 MIm
Per stmr. Klnnii, for Knunl isuts,
April IL Mrs. O. Samson, Miss Sam
soil) K. L. King, Mrs King, M. Os
borne, Miss 0. Foster. Miss V Da
mon, p. O. Schmidt, II Waggoner,
Mils. Fltzgcrnld, Atlss Kingsbury, Mrs.
Mrs, F Ijiwienco, Mrs. F Damon O.
Anderson, C. S. Dole, W N. Pstlen,
F. O. Iloyer, Mrs, J, 11. Coney, Mis
Wllhlngton, A I.lndiny, D. I. Austin,
II NV Kcllner, W, F Martin, C W
Spitz Mrs J Clambll, Miss II Hal
ona, Mrs. K. Knmnnu, Mrs C Lope,
Miss Hnttle Keahole, Mrs. K Maloa,
lleo Chack, Ileo Sing. Ah Nlm, Ah
Per O. 8. 3. Sierra, for Shu Fran
cisco, Apt. llr-Mrs. I, M. Jacoby.
Crept, raid Mrs. Chas Chittenden, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. J. Kspy, W. M SafTord,
Mrs. I B. Nowoll, JlrB C. 0 1lel
scn, Mrs. .1. M. Young, Mr mid Mrs.
McKlwln. Mrs Mornng, II. Iaithrop,
II. Plemmcn, Mr nnd Mrs A. T. (lor
mnn, Mrs. L. llutllei, Mr and Mrs. '
F. A. Copcland. Mrs L. W Ooborne,
Mr. nnd MrsH. II. Day, Mr, and .Mrs
K P. Ackcrmnn, M Wilde. A P Shor
rlll, II. 11. Hurrcll. Mrs. C J McCar
thy, Miss II. Forbes, Miss i: (i Ly
mnn, (I. J. Wnller, Mrs. J A Ilodanet,
L. M. .McDonald, Mr. end Mrs C D
Hunker, Mrs. M. L. McDonald. S P.
Hartley, M L Woodman. J H. llel
ser, Mr. nnd Mrs. C 11. Fltiputrlclt,
A. A. Cntton, Mrs. Cunningham, Mr.
nnd Mrs. D. Atklnr.em, MIls McDan
lels, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Lasey, Mr.
nud Mrs. L. P. Swnvnc, pproy Wll
llnms, Mrs.-A. McWnjne, N. C. Anion,
Mlsg II. Ileltman, Miss Hcltman, Mr.
and Mrs. L. O. Whlttlor, 0. llorton,
Mr. and Mis, T. C. Soulo, Mlos N.
Pnlmi-rlon. Mr. aful Mrn. W. It
Per sttnr. Klnnu for Kauai potts,
April IL Mrs. (1 1 Samson, i: L.
King, Mrs. King. M. Osborne, Miss O
Cnstle, .Miss V. Damon, C. S Dole, W.
M. Pulton, F. o. Hoer, Miss Wltliliig
ton, D. I. Austin, H. K. ICellner
Per stmr. Mauna Lou for Koua and
Knu pciits, April II, Miss I. K.
Woods. Miss Jnnclt. Mrs. Jnrretl.
Pe'r stmr. Claudluc, for Illlo and
wny isirts, Ajir. 14 A. Haneherg, M.
utirrnui, .Mrs uosmcr
. Per T K. K. S S Tenjo Main,
from Snn Francisco For Honolulu:
Mis. L. L. Dorlnnd, J It Potter, Miss
A. N. Potter. Through Y Aiiraku,
Miss C. Ualilvvln, 0. S. Heebo, P. K.
Houstlehl, C. H. Cow man,' Mrs C. K
Ceiwman, V '.. I'ernnld, 0. V. Feu man,
Mrs. a. V. Forman, F. W Fiarar, T.
Furuya, N (lottlleb, II. (lottstoln, P.
Orow. Mrs. O. It. Oiegg, II lljjao,
.Miss i: Ileitzler, Mls.i Delia Hill, W.
It llojt, Mrs W. II. Hojt. i:. (j Hunt,
Mrs i: O. Hunt, T. Klmbnia, it. Ku
murn, C. J Meyler, B, J. .Moss, H
Nniuso, II. Neusch, S, T Nlshlmura,
J. F. Oglovee, Mrs. J. T. Oglevee, M.
Okochl, (1 Ono, W Pearco, O. Pteir
ror. 8. Sams. Mrs. R Sams, John II.
Shaw, Mss II. is Shaw, F. II. Scott,
Mis P. 11. Scott (1. F. Tobler, 8 8
Weiss, 0, 8. Wilson Mis. ( 8. Wil
son, Miss Julln Allen, A C llrjer,
Miss L llrjer. Dr D n. llulin. Ml3s
Ida L. Shannon. J. C. Siegnled, J M
Tnlt. T F Culhano. Mis. T V Cul
hnno, C. C. llnrley, Mrs. C C lluiley,
A Leithiop, Hov. D. Nnlnon, Mis II.
Nelson. Master D.mltl Nelson, Mies
Mnry Nclbon, Mlsn Noiuh Nolsou, Miss
M. Pcniiliigton, i: Quackeiibush, itov
A. Sjdenstrtcker, Mrs. A. Hydeiistrle
ker Mlss 8.v delist rlckor. Miss IjIIIo
Ahorcromhle, Chas O, (loodwin, .Mra
Chiis O. (loodwin, T. II. Illackhurn,
Mis. T. II Hlackbiirn, Muitlmui
Illnckbiirn, I. It. Iliiikliar.lt. Mrs. L.
It. Iluikhardt. A. C. iluttolph, Mrs. A.
C. Huttulph, I. II. Clark, J Ciopper,
Mis. J. Ciopper and child, W C. lleui
Ing, Mrs. W. C Deiulng, W A. Djvls,
I Krlangcr, Louis Class, fl It (Iregg,
Miss M. i:. (Iiiinu. Mrs. M. J. Orltilu,
M. A Hall, Mrs. M, A. Hull, ltudolph
UpIIii, A J, Israel, Llaug Yung llu.
Ool J W, I.lttlo, Mis. J. W Llttlu
(leo 1'. Lehneit, Mrs. C P. Murtln,
Frank Mntthlesson, Mrs. Fiauk Mat
thlessen. Master F. (1. Mntthtesen,
Master I C. Malthlecen, Muster T.
DoW. Matthlesen. Mrs. Ida J. Moo, T
Par kin. ( P. II. Itaud ill, Mrs. F. II.
Hnnilall, M. .Schwoltzer, Mrs. M.
Schweitzer, P. Sinclair, It, Sinclair,
H. W Spanieling. J. Stiniih. F. W
Snttoilc, Jr. W, Porter worsuop. Mrj.
W I'oiter Worsnop, Miss (1. Warner, ,
C. Wllboip,' John Wjer.
I IN FOREIGN PORT8. I
Tui'sdii)r April II.
POItTLANH Arrived April 11: flp
(iiiHtnv, heme March 10
SAN I'UANCISCO -Arrived Apill 11:
II. 8. A. T. Shcrlduii, heiiro April 3.
DULLETIN ADS PAY-MB
Ily American lady, employment In pri
vate family Willing to do uny work
except washing Likes children und
understands care of them. "II J",
this ntllce 4899-Ct
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