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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 1, 1911.
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Iloiinlulii CliauliT I'riic.
tire, 7:30 p. m.
i Hmiolllln Third Degree.
Ocrablc Third Degree.
llnunltaii Second Degree.
411 visiting mmb:i of tfi
. der ' cordially Invited to
"id mi-ritiK if local lodges
Meet on the
Bud and 4th
Rt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
IMBIBE mW.KSf 0thei Ao
8EFICIM if-VIATlCil Sni cor-
UWAUA1J X1UES, Ho. 1, 1. 0. It. M,
l&tui try Ilrt and third Thurs-
;ayn of euffh tBunth at Knights of
'jlhloi Hall. Visiting brother cor
'' Invited to attend.
' H. FDBr&It, Bachcui.
E V TODD. C. of R.
DHOltTin AEIUE, 140, 'j?. 0. E.
tlvcta u th 2nd and 4th WKD-
. BSD AY evening of each month at
30 o'o'.och In K. of P Hall, corner
-tretaoln and Fort streets.
Visiting Baglcs r.ro Intltcd to at-
OHO. A. DAVIS V. P.
WJt V. MeCOY, Sec.
"OHrtB LODtfE. 61G. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lode No. flHj-ni'P. O,
.Iks, nvoets In their hall, oh King
r UrMt. uear Fort, evory Friday ovc-
Ips ViltlnK liiotbera are cordially
'Hid to attend
JAfl. D. DOfOHERTr, B. R.
IttT KMLQBL. Soc.
"-' . k. of r.
S feoi-evry 2nd and' 4th Saturday
HrnlnB at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P,
jgttall. cor. Fort and IJorotanlu. Visit
flmg brother cordially Invited to at-
" V. P. KILBKY, C. O.
B. A. JACOH30N. K. R. S.
Urnlvn li, ca n placed quick und
0 fiee'ir.it" uorl.
M.i.l.il Wh'mh sr 'inid to order
JiDil'li tiarni' rep ill, d pimnptly.
Boton Buildinp Fort Street
Om r May & 'l.
!' CORRECT STYLES AND
: PRICES IN MILLINERY
Sj MILTON a. PARSONS
9 Hotel Street, opposite Young
H Phone 3038
When Building a
Put in your house the most con
venient and economical arrange-
n.n for HPATINR TUP flATU
'H Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For In
l formation and prlcos of "Balti
M more SUN HEATERS," write to
$ WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
563, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything 'Now t ,'OerylQt Excellent
t wwhms m 4r i . mmmmmi tug
f . S. E. : LUCAS .
Masonic Ilulldlng, corner Hotel nnd
Tlio best I,i'iisij in town lo fit erfry
STENCIL. PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOV TOPS
' MISS WOODARD'S,
Fort Street , ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bui latin telephone numbers
hnve not been changed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
same as printed In the telephone direc
tory Business, office, 2256) editorial
Autos, M per hour, tawla Stables.
It Kors without saying that every
thing Is licit nt The Encore.
New xtoclc of big ulclilo tablets for
Kale at the I) u I If 1 1 n ofllco.
Tlio.c who drink itt the Anchor
Saloon tiro ltnmuno from cholera.
Ciny'8 und Joe Knluua'x Locomobllo
ran be fotuid at tlio Auto l.tvvry;
J. W. A. Itcdliouse, watchnmkor nnd
Jt-wclor, has resumed business in tho
.Masonic Temple Alnkcn street. First
class wntchwork n specialty.
rne Bulletin illustrated special
edition will be of much interost to
friends, as It describes and piotures the
land'you live In or are visiting.
Oct your clothes luado to your own
mcasnro at ready-made prices by
Geo. A. Martin, Knplolanl Uldg. Suits
$20 nnd up.
Two Jnpanesti believed that their
absence from rotirt tho better and the
least annoying way In which to set
tle the llttlo diniculty In which they
figured In police circles, forfeited hall
to the amount of $0 ouch. The sons
of Nippon were charged wllli being
drunk. Their arrest followed.
A special meeting of the Manna Im
provement (Jluh will be held at tho
residence of Judge II. R Cooper ll'im
pneoi. Mnnoa Valley, Mondey, May 1,
MM I, at 7:30 p. m. As business of
great Importnnro will come beforo
this meeting. It Is requested that nil
residents and property owners bo
Henry Wnrmail ndmllted thin morn
ing that bo had wandered afar from
the Salvation Army Home with the
result that be fell In the meshes
spread for the sinner. Wnrmnu was
arrnlgneil upon u charge of being
Inunil drunk on tho strccttt of Hono
lulu, pleading guilty he was fined the
regulation three dollars: and the
It was n second engagement that
one lonun played at the Lymer mat
inee tills morning when ho stepped
before the court In tho rolo of ono
charged with having been found ex
ceedingly drunk on tho streets of Ho
nolulu,. He admitted linving been, be
fore tho bar jf Justice about a, yriir
ngp but It vni a too 'freijoont np
peurnnee before u Irar of n different
iorl that brought him a lino of Iho
dollars and the costs.
W. IUKSTIl;aH returned from Mo
lokul on tho steanler Hull yesterday,
KKNKST MOSES, the llllo photogi
rnpber, has gono to tho Coast on bus
iness. l.ICKNHB INSI'IKJTOU OSOAll COX
returncil yesterday froiu u trip to .Mo
lokal. J. II. RKLSKR. fatlier of J. J. llcl
scr, Is booked for the mainland on
JAJ1KS I). DOLK, who has been to
Moloknl, returned yesterday on tho
JIUS. ALKX. I.ANDIS oxpects to
leave on the next transport for tlio
Coast. Shu has been here nearly two
OEOnOB W. rAIRWKATHEn. of
Wichita, Kan., has returned to tho
mainland nftor a brief stay In iho Is
lands. HEALTH INSPECTOR I). S. HOW
MAN, who cooperated with tho Hoard
of Health hero in stamping out tho
cholera, has gono back to his post at
WALTER ACKERMAN and MISS
I.UOY WOODS, of Kohnln, both of
whom nro woll known here, have
been married, according to news from
II. B. MARINER, formerly of tho
Hawaiian Trust Company, may leao
for llllo tomorrow to tnko up his new
duties us manager of tho llllo Trust
V K. LARIMER, educational direct
or of the Y. M. C. A., expeels to leave
on tlio Sierra for a long stay at his
homo (in the mainland, Ills first va
cation In some time.
CHARLES O. JULIAN, a lendor In
vaebllng circles In the Northwest, is
a visitor In Honolulu. Ho Is a resi
dent of Vancouvor, II. (!., whoro ho Is
in tho Insurance business.
LIANG KWO YINO, Chlneso Con
sul, Is preparing Tor a trip to China
for the imrposo of making n voport
of tho recent troubles that cropped
up between tho local Cliinoso nnd him
self. Superintendent .1. I). McVeigh of
the lepor settlement will bo n pas
senger tills ovenlng In Iho lighthouse
tendor Kukul, which will tnko a num
ber of workmen to Kalnupupa. Thin
Is n iipcclal privilege, to Mr McVeigh.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES H. Mfc
CANDLESS, who hnvo been visiting
In Tncomn, huve been much enter
tained thqro. Thoy hnvo been visit
ing tlio oVitlro I'ugct Sound district.
Mr. MeCumlless addressed Aflll Tem
ple of Shrlners, Seattle, a few nights
Hit I let In IMIforlnl Room l'lione
2185. II" He tin IlusIiicfS Ofilre
Intiir-lslnnd nnd O. R. & I,. Bhlnnlne
books for salo nt the. Du lie tin
rfltr-H. Kfin ftnrh. I
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
SAILORS AHEMPT 10 LOOT
SOOTH BAY STORE ROOMS
Quantities of Provisions Lowered Over Side of Vessel While
High and Dry On Marine Railway Ship John Ena is an
Arrival Island Vessels to Depart With Large General
Cargoes Bark Hawaii In With Fertilizer.
It was n novel ns well n3 daring nt
lompt lo loot tho gonernllstly supplied
Btoro room of tho dredger South Hay
that ha been pcrpcrtrated by whom
Is now believed to hnve been former
members of tho crew.
A quantity of hams, preserved
meats, frulls, Mime tobacco and gen
eral slores so dear to tho heart of
tho sailor mhti wero missed from tho
stora loOm of Hie dtedgcr nnd nt
onro n hlirry call was mado for police
nsilstanco In running down cIcwh
that nro helloveit will lead to Iho
uppioheuslon ofttlio parties.
It Is supposed that during tho still
wntcbea of tho night, ono or two men
who are believed to havo but re
cently been persuaded to leave Ihe
employ of the dredger, succeeded In
gaining Iho deck of tho dredger, and
avoiding it night watchman's vlrgii,
got to t lie stole room and prer.umably
lowered the provisions over tho atom
of (lie steamer and into a walling
One mnn Is now under siirvcllancc
by Chief of Defectives McDullle. IIo
hopes to land the second party with
in a matter of hours.
Much Sickness on Troopship Logan-
Tho United States army trunsiiprt
Logan duo to arrive from Manila en
rol He to Han Francisco on Thursday
or Friday .was placed -In. muriuiUno
upon nrtlval a(,,thft Philippine, capllnl
on her last trip. Tlio l)gan camo
into .the port uf.Munlla with. 43 eyes
ono death fiom tubciculosls. A $1"
turning t'lllplno' student Trom (he
United States, Floro Kloredells, nge'ir,
yeais, died of consumption on 'jjio
voyage. Tlio remains nro being hold
pending TCcelpt of advice from rela
tives. In flic Soul hern Islands, who
hnvo been notified of his death. Mr.
r iuii'iiuum was very in wnen .1110
boarded tho, transport at San Fran
Tliero v;ero 15 cases of measles on
hoard, Including several cabin pih
scngors, jnost of them, howovcr, be
ing among tho troops, but tho disease
was of a mild form, and no fatnlltlc.i
A whito stowaway was discovered
on board after leaving Honolulu.
Think Monadnock a Possibility.
During tlio stay of the Pacific Mail
steamer Mnnchurla at Manila tlioio
was considerable talk In navy clrcloH
thoro to tho effect that tlio United
States monitor typo vossol Monadnock
was to go Into commission again and
bo sent to Honolulu us a station ship
for Pearl Harbor.- Tho department
has ordered tho Monadnock Into com
mission. At ono tlmo In her enreor
the Monadnock was considered a (Inn
typo of coast defense vessel. Sho is
nuw hcllctcd safely within tho lines
of tho obsolete clas. Hoth tlio Mo
nadnock und (ho Monlcroy havo boon
on the Asiatic station.
Tlio foimer vessel which might bo a
fixture hero was built In 1875 nt Val
lejo. California, nnd Is Iho product of
Hie Continental Iron Works. Slio Is
of iron and carries ono military
mast, nt ono llnio was capahlo of
steaming twclvo knots an hour and
hns rnal bunker capacity for about
four bund! I'd Inns.
Tho Monadnock hns been a familiar
llguro along the coast of China for
many years past.
Mlkahata Arrival Proclaimed by Roarr.
Tho roar coining from two trained
lions belonging to a travollng van-
dovlllo act heralded the arrival of the
steamer Mlltnlmla on the quiet of n
Sabbath morning. Owing to tho dim
eulty In handling (ho King and Queen
of boasts, tlio animals wero' not tak
en on board tho flagship Mmma Koa
in ncli to the disappointment of Im
piessatlon Scully of the iinislganuitcl
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. r04, Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
amusement cnterpiisow. Tlio lions
wero Rnfnlv i'IipIokiM In stronir o.ices
and Ihey attracted much attention I
along tlio waterfront pending llielr
removal to a tlicatic. Tho Mlkahal.t
brought 750 sacks sugar, ill! pigs unit
nn assortment of Island products.
Ovor twelve tli'iusaiid sucks sugar
was left ul Oltm'uhi awaliliig shipment
to Honolulu. ,
Honolulan to Replace Enterprise.
Pending repairs lo made In Hie
Mntson steamer Imlerprlso Iho busi
ness handled bj that vessel will for
Koine time to come be eared for by
tho laiger Htnaiuer Honolulan. Tho
Eutorprlso will go Into dock on arri
val nt San Francisco. It Is expect
ed that tho oveihaiiling and rebuild
ing Of machinery will ocriipyfeotcrnl!
montliH. The rim now rovered by the
llonoliitnii will he extended to Include
llllo, the latter steamer making Ho
nolulu her last island port of cx'T.
beforo sailing for H.in Francisco. For
tho llmo being, llllo will thcrcforo lie
dopilved or her direct steamer ser
vice with tlio coast- much to the ills
appointment of siime of her business
Mall In Tomorrow.
A largo niall from the mainland Is
duo to iirrlvo loinonow by tho Toyo
Risen knlsha liner Nippon Mum. Tho
vessel ' Is steaming down from gaii
Francisco ami as far as known but a
few lajovor pni-Mingers will bo left
here. It Ih IIk pii'Keiit Intention of
Cnstlc nnd'Ooolae'illib local agents to
gito the vessel it prompt dispatch for
Japan ()oiIhih1 Hongkong.
Lumber, for' Honokaa. '. .'t
ElOTbu tliOusa'iid feet, ln'nilervwlll bo
Included In1 the 'shipment "of plautu
Hon supplies to. Jio cutrled In tho
Inter-Island steamer Nllliau that Ih
to sail for Honokaa and- Kukdlhnclo
tomorrow evening. Tho steamer U
discharging 0300 sacks sugar, and a
quantity of sundries. The Nllhnu will
also ho supplied with sonic sixty tons
Sierra on the Way.
Tho Oceanic steamship Sierra sail
cd from San Frttnclsco nt ono o'clock
on Saturday afternoon with Honolulu
ns her port of destination. It Is fear
ed that tho alarming reports which
hnvo readied the coast concerning the
presence of Infectious illsenso nt this
port may liuvc iiiucti to do with that
vosbol InlngliiB down a small list of
Coal for Kauai.'
Coal to tho nuiotmt of one hundred
tons will lie carried to Kauai, ports
In tho stcaiiicr 'Noonu to sail at flvo
o'clock this evening. This vessel Is
taking 50 tons fertilizer, 30.000 reet
lumber and GOO iallwn,v ties. The
Nooiiu discharged 3330 sacks sugar
and 835 sacks rlco during tho brief
stay at Honolulu.
L(kellke Has Discharged Sugar,
Six thousand four hundred sacks
sugar from llonunpo hns been dis
charged f i om tlio steamer Mkellke
Tills vessel brought ono cabin pas
senger and met with winds and chop
py seas on tlio return trip.
Hall Made Extra Trip.
Tlio steamer W. (I. Hall Is return
ing to Garden Island portB this even
ing after having discharged n ship
ment of P50O micks sugar from Kauai
Fresh northeast trades und choppy
sens wore met on tho homeward trip.
Sugar Shipments on Kauai.
Sugar continues to ncciinmlnto at
vnrioii.i ports along Kaimi, Accord
ing lo report, brought by tlio Klnau
Iho following consignments await
"hlpmont: K. S. M. 100; K. K. 11.
3100; Mak. 33.fl 12; Mcll. 20,78.-.; (!. &
It. 3S70; V. A. 2500; K. S. Co. 3000;
K. P. 6010; M. S, Co. 3,300 and L. P,
Klnau Bucked Northeast Weather. v
It was it rather rough trip expo
ilenced by the passengers (bat anlv
eil Horn Kauai ports by tho steamer
Klnau. Tlio vessel met with strong
uorl beast winds and n heavy sea. Tho
Tt eight list Included r.000 bags or K.
K. II. sugar, -inou bags of K. P. sugar,
10 bags of rice and 120 bags of tarn
Iwalanl Met Strong Trades.
The officers In tho steamer Iwalanl
repoit meeting with strong trades on
the homeward trip from Hawaii. This
vessel brought 3318 sacks tugar be
sides oilier shipments of Island pro
Mighty head cattle from Parker
llnnrb hne boon unloaded from the
steamer Helena This vessel was an
arrival yesterday with 13,110 sacks
sugar taken on at Kohala.
(Continued from Page 1)
considerably. On the oen hand, Con
gtess has Iho iiver to mnko tho ro
apooitloumenl If Iho legislature doo:i
not. and on the other hand Is KuIiIo'b
nttlliido of opposing tho plan passed
by tho legislature.
Tlio Delcgnto was emphatic when
bo rondo the statement. Ho believes
that Ihe people hero, oral least, (heir
reprcscntntlvos In the Inst LtglBla
tino did not i.top to consider tho Im
portant footmen of 'tho Vesiolutlon.
PeiMmiilly ho thinks tho Introduction
of such bill In Congress will he de
trimental to tho Interest of tho people
In Iho Territory.
"1 will not Introduce Iho apportion
ment resolution In Congress, becnuso
It amends tho Organic Act of tho
United Stales," said Delcgnto Knlnnl
nnnole. "Personally I mn upimsoil to
tho plan becnuso It Is not shown that
It Is tho wish of tlio citizens hero. I
am also opposed lo lis Introduction In
Congress, becnuco It doprlves tho
citizens of certain rights which nro
specifically mentioned In Uio Organic
"I opposo this resolution for tho
icason that It Is not right to nmend
tho Organic Act. to chnngo the sys
tem of elections In this Territory. I
belicto Iho eltizeiiH hero and the peo
ple, generally aro better on" todny
under tho present Organic Act thah
under tho new plan."
(Continued from Page 1)
health mutters. In fact every de
partment of tho Government Is at
"As 1 understand It, under tho reso
lution providing- for tho Sanitary
Commission's organization you have
tlneo essential problems to deal with.
These nro tho questions of water sup
ply. sewngo ilibMisal und Uio proper
application of needed sanitation wink
It all Involves a great deal of detull
work. Wo can nil look forward to n
cleaner und bettor Honolulu and tho
Hoard of Health Is prepared for ac
tive cooperation with tho commis
sion." Roplylng to Mott-Smllh, Ex-Governor
Gcogo R. Carter, chairman of
tho commission, stated that tho mem
bers wero ready to toko up tho bur
den. "Thoro Isn't much Hint needs to bo
done that will alarm us by Its mag
nitude," stated Carter. "I remember
a comparatively abort tlmo ago when
people said that Honolulu would nev
er be nblo to afford u modern sowime
system but this has been disapproved.
When I hoar people talk about novel
being able to affoid lo drain the
swamps or do other things of that
kind 1 hark back to tiro days when
they said tho same thing about the
"I lake It that tho great thing to
bo dono Is to evolve a plan. Not a
plan to satisfy thoso who want to see
tho dirt fly In a fuw weeks but a plan
Hint will stand and bring us nearer
to tho realization of a bigger und
better Honolulu. Wo want to seo
Hint not n dollar Is spent without a
dollars worth of results. For tho pro
sent wo may disappoint tho public
Tho plan for tho towers of tho Col
ogne Cathedral woro lost for 1000
years but when they woro found In
recent Hiiioh they could not bo Im
proved by the ablest architects living
and woro built as designed 1000 ycara
beforp. Wo want a plan' that will
stand tho tost of tlmo. With team
work and n willingness to nccopt sug
gestions from all and bringing tho In
terests of tho community togothor wo
should ho able to accomplish much.
I havo no preconceived idea ns In
what wo shuil do, Tim first thing Is
to And conditions as they aro and
then proceed with tho remedies. Wo
havo nothing to do with expcndlfmos
tho $250,000 is properly within tho
disposition of tho Board of Health uli
though wo havo tho entire sum of
J.'OO for clerical assistance."
C. It. Hemcnwny was named n com-
mltteo of ono to securo tho rooms of j
the Chamber of Commerce ns n incut-1
lug ptneo und Dr. Currlo was asked
for a brief compilation showing tin
Jurisdiction of tlio United Stales Mar-
Ine Hospital service. Tho commission
will be supplied with nil of tho health '
laws by Mott-Smllh nnd tho super
vlsots will nlso contribute Ihclr book
let of benllli ordlnnnccs,
Ilccniisc of tho nbsenco of Chairman '
Carter for a week's tlmo, tho Com-
mission adjourned subject to tho call
of tho chair,
Sunday, April 30.
Maui, Molokal und l.nnal ports
Mlkalialn, stmr.. n. m.
Kauai ports W. (I. Hull, stmr., n.
, Maul purls--Iwalanl, slmr., a. m,
Kuuiil polls Klnau, stmr,, a. in,
j , DEPARTED
Knual ports Wallolo, utmr., 6:30
Chong, Itego, V. II. Stunit. J. C. Mo-
Per stmr., Klnau. from Knual. Apr. eB"oiiasregaiiic(iiieriicaiin,inarjKS
m i wr iiii i m wt it... .. to your medicine. I can recommend It
,!n.-J. V. Hall, R. Ojlo W. Momoso rorJnll fcmalo troublcs."-JIrs. L. A.
Louis Kim, Pnh On. K. Kobnynshl. Ah ConicitAN. 1103 llutliuid Street. Ualtl.
lira, .1. W. Cook, rather Hermann. Hundreds of such letters from moth
Paul Schmidt. It. Waggoner, C. II.' rrs expressing their cratltudo forwliat
Hall, S. Spltzer. 1. (I. Hlloy. (1. S. I.ydlit K. l'lnkham's Vegetablo Com-
Cnriiciiler, F. J. Hunt. Miss O. Ilech-'
ert, Miss A. Eggerklu, Y. Miyamoto,
M. Morlmolo, Y. Suyoda, B. Klshlda,
I eong Fong, Tom ia:c, II, ntdwln. II
K. Keliner, Dr. Htiddy, O. J. McCnr
... it n.-M nti I.-..I,,. it- r.
.ii.a rin-r, iinv m Tonit sir. 0
. I ., . !Jii r' ?'
TsuJI. Miss S. Mldziitnnl, T.
shi. K. Mltanl, Mrs. Mllaiil and thirty-seven
Per stmr. Mlkahata, from Moloknl,
April 3n. Mrs. Onomnrn, J. D. Hole
A. C. llumgnrrcn, .1. J. Sullivan, W
Prestige, K. Srhell. J. Kuboy. .1.
Smith, O. Cox, J. Kcntipakn, M. Kalo
llwl, II. Decker, II. W. Trevencn, Miss
Per stmr. Mnumi I.oa, for Kona nnd
Kqu ports,, Mny.C.- T.MIJ, Robinson,
Por stmr. Mlkuhalu, for Maul and
Moloknl jiorts, May 2. Miss ;Makal
moku, J. Ko'pe, Mrs.- Kopo, Keluba
lanl, 13. Vnnco Mlllor.
Per felmr. Klnntt, for Kauai ports
iMay 2. F. A. Alexander. J. C. Maur
:ler, J. K. Cckctt. W. Stoddart, J. P
Cooko Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Whlttlnglim.
ta. R. Carter. Mrs. Carter, Mrs. II.
Macfatlane, Mrs. Aduiii", M. Frank.
I'cr si in r. .Mmma Ken, for llllo via
way Jiortft, May 2.-H. K. Hlckurd,
Alls. Klcknrd. II. It. Mnrrlner, Mia.
ilnrrJupr, T..H. Hoblnspn. K. a, C.0II11,
Tlios.-O'Ilrieri II. K.''Kcllnc; ;J.;P.
Curtis, M. Ilrnndstcln, Mrs. Ilnmd
stclii. Miss L. Mossman, V. L. Rotol
ho. M.. Castro, Mrs. II. E. Cook. II. S.
Knwowohl, Mrs. David Ah U, John
Souza. Mrs. Souzu, Rov. I). W. White
Mrs. White, O. II. Iluddy, Mrs. M.
Hill. Mrs. Wolahoto H. Hardier, U. J.
Lord. L. Llbermsn, R, I. I.lllle, Mrs.
L. A. Like. H. A. Wmlsworth, Mrs.
Kearns, J. T. Lewis, Mrs. Lewis. Miss
J. Allen, Miss K. Snndcy, J. Yates
R. A. McWayne, Chas. Auld, Rev. S.
Desha, Mrs. Halo. Mrs. .1. P. Hale,
T. G. Correa, Mrs. Correu.
Per O. S. S. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Heru
Btrcn, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Unlrd, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. W. C. Dcerlng, Mr. and
Mra. A. K. Gooilmnndson, Miss Trucl
son, Mr. and Mm. J. H. Spltror, Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Alvers, Mrs. II. Holt,
Mrs. C. S. Holt, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P.
Jackson, Mra A. C. Mohr, Mrs. 10. I!,
Root, Mr und Mrs Titus, Mrs Mohr,
Mrs. A. L. Iluttors, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Fredericks, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Thomas,
P. K. Holt, Mrs. Clorfayb, Mrs. Shay,
Miss I. Thomas, Mrs. Thompson, J.
T. McCrossdn, T. N. Terry, Carl Berg
fleld, O. S. Carpenter, Mrs. Mnrston
Campbell, Mrs. S. Gomez, T. II. Hen
ton, Prlnco Knluulnnnblc, Mrs. S. Do
coto, Mrs. I. M. Cox, Miss M. E.
Clarke, E, J. Rerco, A. E. I.orlmor,
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Swain, Alex Hoff
man, P. Mnhn, Allss G. Davis, Miss I.
Hoffman, Dr. II. Marshall, Miss K.
Sherman, Miss I. Sullivan, Miss
Farnsworth, C. A. Hruns, J. J. Sulli
van. J. II. Ilolsor. Miss H. Wubko,
Miss A. Welbke, Mrs. L. C. Hansen,
Miss M. E. Tompkins, Mrs. M, F.
According to llguros compiled by
Iho Ways and Means Committeo of tho
Senate sixteen nets of tho Legislature
aro now law currying appropriations
of f37l,061,28. The siuno figures
show thut thoro nro ponding for sig
nature four bills appropriating $110,
Inter-Island nii! O. It. & L. Shipping
boekS' for sate at -the Bulletin
imco. COe each.
2185 cdllnrial rooms 2250
business iifllec. These tiro (he tele
phone numbers of the llullotln.
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet "All Inter-Island Steamers
By Lydia E. Pillkliaitl's
Baltimore, Mil. "I scnil yon hern.
with tho lilctura of mv fifteen vear old
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italic iter Alice, woo
was rostoroil to
health by I.ydla K.
blo Compound. Sho
was jialo, with dark
circles u nil or her
eyes, weak and Irri
doctors treated lice
mill called it Orecit
Sickness, but sho
grow worse all tho
lam's Vecetnblo Compound was rcc
ommended, and after taking tbrco bot-
pounillinsnccomplislicil for them Ji.tvo
. iiccn received ovine j.yuiii j.. i iiiKiiaui
Medlcino Company, Lynn, Mass.
Younff Girls, Hccil This Advice.
Girls who nro troubled with painful
or Irregular periods, backache, head-
! ache, ilraggltig-ilowii Roiis.itloiis, fiilnt-
hiR siwlfe or Wlsestlon. bhoulil tako
Nnkniil-nnTnuiiiatu uCtion nml bo restored to
health by I.yilla E. I'inkhain's Vegc.
table Compound. Thousands havo been
rcstoreu to iicauu uy us use.
Write to Mrn. T'itil.liiim, Lyuu,
3Ittst)., for advice, free.
SHIP ENA HAS
The Hue American ship John Eua
prcEonted n majestic nppeurnnex' as
sho came Into Iho harbor this morn
llin In tow of tho Mntson Navigation
tug Intrepid, terminating Vier brief
Hip across the channel from llllo,
Tho John Him, Willi sails furled now
lays at Oreanlc wharf theie to dls
elmi'go Homo Ux tiundle'l toim gpinl ,
cargo from tlio l'ast cu.ibt of tho ;
, Whlio nt, HII11 Iho vessel took on
EW0' ton's1 "sugar, mid comes hero to
complete cargo for Iho Atlantic, by
Iho way of Capo Horn.
Cnptnln Olson is now mister of tlio
good hhlp John Ena, having succeed
ed to that ofllco following upon the
death of Captain James Loreuz who
died n mouth nnd a half before tlio
John Enn ieached New Yoflt on her
last toynge from Ilnwall. It will be
remembered that Iho brido or tlio de
ceased skipper was u board during
tho terrible voyage and Is said to
hnvo kept o sad hut continuous vigil
beslilo the body of her departed hus
band. Tho ship John Enn has made the
fastest trip bctwcfn the Islands and
tlio Atlnntle Const that is oil leeoid
slnco (but or Hie Dreadnought. In
ISC'!. On her last vm.tgo. In which
fho sailed from hero Hie John Eua
reached Philadelphia witli a full cargo
or sugar. In tho splendid time of fl
days, a record which bus only been
beaten four times In history and then
by tho famous clippers which still
hold tho majority of the fast Bulling
records of tho world.
George Myhre, who was Indicted
for murder in Hie llrsl degree for
beating a Hawaiian woman to death,
entered pleu of guilty to murder in
tho second degreo beforo Judge Coop
er thin morning nnd wus sentenced
to Imprisonment for a term of thirty
John Clunoy convicted of violating
the automobile ordinance was sen
tenced In pay a linn of V and costs.
Tho trial of Matilda Pestnnl,
charged with perjury, was sot for
Wednesday and thut of John Hurt on
tlio Kiimo charge for May 16th.
Almost liny truthful married mutt
will tell you Hint when ho qiuirrehi
with Ills wlfo lie duesu't get a chance
to say much.
One kind of hero Is tlio young man
who beards her father in his den.
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