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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 8, 1911.
II unci t (ilii S)nt tl.
Hawaiian -'I bird Digrre.
ICcifiil.ir " i. in,
IIiiiiiiIiiIii ( li:iil(T MaiK
l.tl Holm ClinMrr "n. 3
All vlilllng mcrabom ot te
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodgee
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
tIARINE ENGINEERS' 0th Ano
'ENEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. ciation, cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every Orst and third Thurs
Says ot each mouth at Knight of
Pythias Hall. Vlsltlns; brothers cor
ilally Invited to attend.
11. FOSTIJIl, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ol n.
HONOIUIU AERIE, 140, 'f. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! ot each month at
7)30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
ttfrttanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles r.r invited to at
(and, c.r.n A DAVIS W r.
V M ('. MiCOV, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, GIG. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Loilce No. CIS, II. P. O.
Elks, meet In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Frlduy eve
ning. Visiting Urotbers are cordially
Invited to attend.
D i' it iHKNiinrta, n. n
i.l'n T M.tT.tilX, Sec
WH. McEINIEY LODGE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7s30 o'clock In IC. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Ileretanla. Vlslt
Ing brothers cordl.lly luvtted to at
tend. P. P. KII.HUY, C. C.
K. A. JACOHSON, K. II. B.
lirnken lumi n plai cd quick and
in Ullltl' wolk
Him lul I. ir it ki mild tn oiil.'
H.okei. 1 1. .1,1. n ilnel promptly.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over Mi & Co.
MILTON 4 PARSONS
Hotel Street, oppoiito Young
When Building a
Put in your house the mott con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATINO THE BATH.
Sun Heat Coete Nothing. For In
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW. P. O. Box
S69, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Capitol Cafe '
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
.Masonic Untitling, earner Hotel nnd
'I lie best I.ensiN In lawn to fit every
STENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, M per hour, Lewis stables.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is West at The Encore.
Heparin from tin' volcnno arc that
It litis been espoclull beautiful for
the past tun tlajs
Thote who drink lit tbo Anchor
Saloon ro Immune from cholera
Tho Chamber of O-imtncrce will
Imlil IIh tegular meeting next Wed-
(lay's and .loo Knlanu's Locotnobllo
ran bo found at the Auto I.hery;
The steamer Kllnuca, vliich was In
spected bv the I) S stentnbo.it In
Hii'ct(irn at llllo last week, has been
John 11. llergstrom, Piano and Or
gan Tuning and Repairing Masonic
Temple. Telephone; 20C7. P. O. Box
Ilids for Ihe construction of the
Cooke memorial art nailery at Puna
lion will lie opened at noon next Wed
nesday In the oinces of Webb ti
A series of petty thefts from Hut
HIJou theatie at night has resulted
In the placing of it special night
watchman In charge by the Honolulu
Joseph Roman, hat cleaner, 122
Ileretanla St, next to lire stntlon,
guarantees all his work. Hats called
for and delivered Phone 1657,
(Pernor Freur has received noti
fication from the War Department
that authority will be granted for the
extension of Eighteenth iind Twenty
second twenties, Kalmukl, over reser
Nation land ,
Saturday evening the Marine Corps
band furnished music for a dance at
the Outrigger Club given by the
guests nt the Courlland Forty cou
plets were present nnd lefreshmcnts
About twenty Immigrants by tlio
steamer Orterlc who went to Hawaii
to work for the llllo railroad hao
quit this for agricultural work, t-i
which they are more used by prevlom
mode of living
Coroner Charles Rose will hold nn
Inquest this evening concerning the
causes that led to the death of an
Hawaiian stevedoro n allied Hanamal
kal who was Injured on Friday morn
ing shortl after the berthing of tlio
Japanese liner Cblyo Maru
K.vpti. claiming to be a llobemlan,
short of sttitutio nnd abbreviated of
spceh. develop, d the habit of nesting
ultb the birds In the trees that nilorn
the lnniNcupe In und about Thomas
Square Tor attempting to Imperson
ate n feathered Inhabitant of the pub-
lli garden, Kopte will for the next
six mouths, at least, be provided with,
a more substantial habitation at Hotel
Asch rest cure.
Governor Frear stated this morning
that u number of mimes had been
suggested for appointment to the
Harbor Cotuirrhsslon nnd tbo Helt
llojd Commission, observing at the
siimu time, that Secretary Cooper ot
Hie Republican Territorial Central
Committee had presented tlio names
of suv ei al persons whom the com
mittee thought would bo desirable
men fur the places
Y. M. C. A.
Showifig steady growth In every di
rection, reports will tie presented at
the annual limiting of the Honolulu
'Voting Men's f hrlHliniAssoclutlon to
luol row ulKlit that are highly cut our
Hvviy department has a good report
to make There are more than 7f,0
members now us (empaled to 702 u
cat iiko The llnanccs of the nssoclu
lion are in a htiiltby condition, the
receipts topping tlio expenditures by
a little over 118, the association trying
to make the two run about even The
totul receipts for the, year were sllght-
lj in extess of 111,000
Tlio building fund Is In a similarly
healthy state, und tho new- building It
self In two nnd one-half months ahead
of schedule, ho Hint It will bo turned
over to tho association In August
The various rejiorts will be Illus
trated by lantern slides, showing the
work of the cnr Slides showing tho
Htuges of construction of tbo new
building nnd other Interesting phnses
of tho Y M C. A's work hero will .also
be put on.
The annual meeting will bo pri'ceded
by n basketball gamo between the Ka
lllil Settlement mid the Y M C A
teams beginning ut 7 '10 u'elock At
, S lr, the annual meeting will begin In
the Y M C A hall Anderson's or-
' rhestru will furnish music President
Trent oi the association will preside,
ami ufter his report will come those
of the others During tho evening re
freshments will be served
A great opening Is planned at tho
now theatro of the Independent cir
cuit this evening, when the Asahl, on
Mauiiukrm Btreet, will for the first
lime draw tho ciowds and Jack and
Ollvo Hussel, and other artists, will
present vaudeville not surpassed bv
anything ever seen on tho local
boaula boforo. Jack HusBel Is a com
edian of the first wator and a cliuv
nclor dollnealor to peifectlon vvhllo
OIIvo'h grace, and mimical talont are
matters which lmvo stirred world
wide iiudlencos. Thero will bo mov
ing plctuies and other featuics to ut
linet Tho beautiful $2200 ChalincM-l)?-Irolt
automobile, wlilrli Is the Mist
piltf In tho populnilly voting con
test. Is to bo on exhibition In flout
of Iho A r..ih I tonight, whole tho boad
qitiutois of tlio Independent clicult
is situated. Now Is tho time to make
all arlaiigumeiits for tickets.
Tlel ets ptiirhnHPil for tho Indepen
dent ur tlio Asahl theatres uio good
lot votea for tho uuto,
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
Mini) .New Wlrrlrsi Insinuations.
The United Wireless Telegraph
Company has closed contracts during
the last few weeks ,wlth the Pullard
Steamship Company ffir wireless In
stallation on their steamer Corouado;
with Clias. It McCormlck & Co., for
the steamers Yosemltn and William
ette, and with the lllLks-Htiuptinuii
Lumber Company for the steamer J
II Stetson On account of tho num
ber ot men that will be required ns
wireless operators aboard steamers
during the next few months and to
prepare men to pass the required Gov
ernment examination the company
has consented to the opening of a
training class In wireless to bu con
ducted evenings by employees of the
company, who, by experience and
study, have becomo experts 111 the
Schooner Triton Sunk by Log.
The Gorman paner schooner Tri
ton, Captain II. Othmer, which left
Seattle recently for Jalult, Ib now ut
the bottom of the Pacific ex:ean. Cap
tain Othmer aud his crew aro landed'
at Pigeon point and reported the lo-ts
of the vessel. Tho Triton struck a
drifting log, which punched a hole In
the schooner's bottom. Thrco Intuit
later tho schooner went down.
Fortunately for the crew the Tri
ton's cargo Included several copra
boats, big, able, seaworthy emit.
When It wus seen that tho vessel
could not bo saved one of these bouts
was launched and provisioned, and In
this the shipwrecked mnriiiers mudo
their vvny In comparative comfort to
Pigeon point, where they lauded
The Triton, which belongs to a
German trading company, came to
San Francisco some weeks ugo for a
goncial overhauling and was on Its
way back to tho south seas for a few
.voars more work among tho Islands
when It met Its Mulsh, The Triton
wus a vessel of ISO tons and wart
built In 1902 by Matthew Turner ut
Uenlcln. Thu vessol was 'allied at
about $75,000. The captain and fila
cers are fiom Germany. Tho sailing
aro natives of tho Marshall Islands,
where thoy will bo returnee! by the
first available ship.
Many Plan for Maul Trip.
The steamer Noean may bo plac
ed at the dlsixiHal of tho excursion
ists 'who are contemplating taking
advantage of tho special rates offered
for a trip to Maul. The present In
tontlun Is for the luirty to sail from
Honolulu on Saturday evening, May
27lh. A three dollar round trip rale
had been liuiilo which doefT not In
cluile meals. Tho steamship company
furnish one of the smaller boats In
tho service aud the available cabin
accommodation being reserved fur la'
dies In the party. Sunday May 2SII
Is planned to be spent viewing tho
scenic iiolnts ot Interest on Iho Val
ley Island. Tho excursionists would
probably return to Honolulu soma
time during Sunday night. Mattresses
aud blankets will be supplied m.ilu
memliers or the party.
Wireless Orders for Vessels.
The department ot commerco and
labor has notified the collector ut Sail
Francisco that tlio navy will r.icllliato
the ciiltticcmunt of the new wlieless
ship net, which becomes olTectlvo July
10, Under this law, all passenger
vessels carrying CO persons. Including
tho crow, and making voyages of 200
miles must be equipped with wireless
apparatus. To see that such vessels
ure so equipped, tho navy wireless
shore stations will recelvo message.!
for transmission ns testimony to tho
department. Such messages must he
sent between 8 a. in. nnd 'i p. in. at
least 100 miles from the station.
Massachusetts Nearlng the Coast.
The big fir-lghtei Miissacliusell (
which hits boil specially dial lei t-d
by the American-Hawaiian Steamship
Company to fill In on the sugar sched
ule und usslst In caring for tho ac
cumulation of sugars in theso Islands,
Is repotted as Hearing San Francisco
The vessol Is onioule from the Earn
coast by tho wuy of Magellan Straits.
Tho Massachusetts Ib scheduled to in
rlvo at Honolulu on or ubotit Juno
15th. Sho Is a vessel almost Identical
In slzo and construction as the Vir
ginian, Alaskan or Arlzouan now at
Sheridan to Oceanic Wharf.
It. Is expected Hint the United
Stales army transjsirt Slto.ldjii will
come alongslt'o tho Oceanic wh.uf
upon arrival hero on or about Friday.
The troopship snlloj from San Fran
cisco on Inst Frldav. Tho vessel Is
hilnglng down somo four bundled
tons gcneial household effects, per
sonal property Nniid stores for tlio
quartet master department. Tho 8horl
dan is eurouti) to Manila calling ut
the Island of Guam The tranupoit
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wine? and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Solo Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
will bo given soven hundred tons coal
during the stay ut Honolulu.
Arizonan Has Railway Material.
There ate llvo bundled tons structu
ral Iron and railway material for tho
llllo Hallway on board Hie American
Hawaiian freighter Arlrounii now' dls
chrglug fifteen hundred tons goneiul
enrgo at the Ilallwa) wharf The
Arizonan Is to sail for Port Allen and
Island pfirts on Wednesday evening
This vessel will gather tip u full cargo
ot twelve thousand Ions sugar boforo
sailing fiom llllo for Snllna Cruz on
or about May 19th.
Siberia at Ten Tomorrow.
The Pacific Mall steamship Slbcrlnj
is tine to arrive orftho port rrom sail
IVanclsco nt ten o'clock tomorrow
morning and It Ik the present Inlon
Hon ot H. ltackfcld and Company to
dispatch the liner for Japan ports nnd
Hongkong between llvo and six
o'clock tho evening of the same da
The Siberia Is understood us hilnglng
down a number of passengers niui
theie Is 60 tons general cargo for
Llkellke Meets With Island Boats.
Arriving heio with u shipment of
nCOO sucks sugar from Hawaii isirta
the steamer l.lkellke has now been
discharged. According to purser's le
port the steamer Wallele Is at flo
nohaa, loading sugar; the steamer
Helena Is nt l'apualoa, and wilt help
out at llllo with one load of sugar
from I'naiiliau. She expects to reach
Honolulu about Wednesdu next.
An nssortmtint of pro 1 nets fiom the
Island of Molokal and Maul has been
discharged from tho steamer Mlkn
haht that arrived at Honolulu joster
day. Tho freight list Included 1350
bags of O, W. 11. sugar from Olo
wain, fifty-six pigs and sixty-four
bags ot coffee. Shu rcjsirts that there
lire 950 bags of sugar waiting ut Olu
witlu. Ma '
Alaskan Carried Much Sugar.
Tvvelvo thousand two hundred tons
sugar lelt llllo nn Saturday evening
destined for the Isthmus of Tehuan
topec by the American-Hawaiian
freighter AlaskanTho .vessel gath
ered up fug.ir ut several Islau'd ports
of call. Weird concerning the depar
ture was received by General Flight
Agent Morse this morning.
John Ena Taking on Sugar.
Tho American ship John i:na eont
inenced taking on sugar at tho .Mat
son wharf this morning. This vessel
will load for Delaware Hrcakwalor.
Tho vessel will later bo shifted to
(lie Hallway whaif to complete cargo
(or tuo l.'ast coast or the United
Noeau Brought ugar.
Four thousand sacks Biigar from
Kauai ports has arrived at Honolulu
ua ii.il t cargo brought by tho steal
er Noeau. Tho vessel is on the berth
to load cargo for Garden Island pons
also taking explosives. Tlio Noeau
may be dispatched Hits evening.
Sugar Shipments on Hawaii.
The following sugar Is awaiting
shipment on Hawaii according to ro-
liorts brought to the city by- tho olll-
ccrs Hi the steamer I.lkellko: l S. M
24.300 lugs; II S Cei. 12,000; Clrelo
I), 5500, Kukiil.ui, 7000; OokuU 10,'
000; I. S. Co. 18,0(10.
Falls of Clyde for Honolulu..
A shipment or fuel oil has left tho
Piicllle coast by the ship Falls of
Clyde The vessel sailed from On
vlotu ein Saturday with fuel oil con
signed lotlm Associated Oil Ceini
Malu to Sail Tomorrow.
The Inter-Inland steumer Maul bus
heen placed on the beilh to sail for
l'liaiihau, Kukulaii and Ookaln at ten
u clock tomorrow morning. The ves
sel will curry cargo only.
Sug.tr on Kauai awaiting shipment Is
rojrtei bj Noeau ohicers as follows;
M. A K. 4C821 lugs; Mcll. 39,917;
K. K. 11 3550; I.. T. 15,713; D T
9530; M. 1). Co, 23,000; K. P. C. 1900
I PABSENGEfla ARRIVED
Per stmr Mlkaluila, May 7, 1911
J. I.. Cpok, Kerschner, Geo, A. Drown,
Mrs J. M, Koanti, Mrs. C. Ako, MUs
Hi own, A A Klakonn, Chong Cho.v,
Yohchlinasu, P G. Holt, Mis. All
Per slmr Noeau, from Knual poitH
j. i- i iitppur, ai. iiorgBietn, ai. liar
ion, J, I!, Yules, K, A. Jordan.
Per slmr. Mlknltnln, for Maul, Mo
lokal ports, Jlay 9 A P. Judd
Per stmr. W O, Hull, for Kauai
liorts. May 11 J. O. Young.
Per stmr Klnait for Kauai ports,
Maj IC i; A. KmiJsen, .Mis. Kniid
ron. Per stmr. Clnudlno, for Mnvvtill via
Maul pmtB Mia .1. K, Akait, I). A.
Klakonn, Joseph Al.au, W. T. Fiost,
Mrs. H 11. Penhullow.
Per stmr Manna Lew for Kona and
Kau isnts, May Hi Gertrude I.e'ong,
It. Hind. Mrs. Hind Miss Hind, Mrs
E. A. Conniit, Mia. V. Conant.
Per O. S. S. slerrn, for San Fran
cisco, May 10. Mr. and Mrs. licrn
steen, Mr. and Mrs. W 11 Halrd, Mr.
nnd Mrs C. W. C Dcerlng, Mr. and
Mrs. A. K Goodmnndsoti, Miss Truol
son, Mr. und MrB. J S. Spltror, Mr.
and Mrs. O 9. Atvers, Mrs Il.JIolt,
Mrs. C. S. Holt, Mr. and MrB A. P.
Jackson, Mrs. A. C Mohr, Mra. E. 11.
Hoot, Mr and Mrs Titus, Mrs Mohr,
Mrs. A. U Hutters, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Fredericks, Mr. und Mrs. J, Thomas,
P. E. Holt, Mrs. Clerfuvb, Mrs Shay,
Miss I. Thomas, Mrs. Thompson. J
T. McCrossun, T N Terry, Cnrl llerg
field, G. S. Carpenter, Mra. Marston
Campbell, Mrs. 8. Gomez. T II. Hen
ton, Prince Kalanlnnaole, Mrs. S Do
coto, MrB. I M Cox, .Miss M U.
Clarke, R. J, Heece, A 13. Utrlmcr,
Mr. nnd Mrs. O C Swain, Alox llolf
uinn, r Mnhn, Miss 0 Davis, Miss I.
Hoffmiin, Ur. 11. Marshall, Miss K.
Sherman, MIsb 1. Sullivan, Miss
Purnsvvortli, C. A llriins, J. J Sulli
van, J. H Uelser, Miss 11. Wubko,
Miss A Wclbke, Mra. I C Hansen,
Miss M K. Tompkins, Mrs M. F
The twenty-llftli iinnlvcrsarj of their
wedding was celebrated by Mr and
Mr.t fail, llliii'k Saturday evening nt
their home1, fill Hotel street, and dur
ing the evening a large inmiljiT of
frlinds called to extend congratula
Thu whole house wns gaily e'ee or
ated with tolored tlertrie globes, palms
nnd bunting, und ut ' o'clock the com
pany sat down to a bountiful suppir
made up as only a Get man hoiiHouifu
knows how to do sutb things.
Dancing was the order from early In
tbo evening until afttr mldnlKbt the
intisle being furnished by a stringed
orchestra ftir several hours nnd the
baud coming lit for a serenade later
Many beautiful luesents weto receiv
ed by the happy eoiiplc, who have
mudo their home In Hawaii for tunny
Mrs. Hiiblit lllock was born In Neu
tettln, Gcrinuuv, May 7. 1805, and Carl
lllotk was bom In Hitmmtrstelii, No
vembir 15, UGO. They were married
ut the, home of tho bride May ft, lsSC,
and arrived In Hawaii November 7,
There are five children In tho fum
lly, nil living In Honolulu
Those present to rangrntiiiltp the
happy eouple on reaching the quarter
century milestone In the married life
Saturday evening Included Mr mid
Mrs A II. Ahrens, Mr. and Mrs. A
IKiiford, Mr and Mrs H Meyer. Mr
nnd Mrs O Schilling. Mr. and Mrs
Schlnumr, Mr and Mrs. J Hvenson,
Mr und Mrs Miller. Mr and Mis Jit
vete, Mr. and Mrs John Wulkir. Mr.
and Mrs. K I'ongdon, Mr nnd Mrs fl
M"erM, Mr. ami Mrs James Biilllvnii,
Mr. mid Mrs H Sehroll. Mr and Mrs.
A Koch. Mr and Mrs C 11 SteltiholT,
Mr nnd Mrs n Course n, Itev lVlm,
Messrs How man, Ithodcs, Gravis, A
Illuck, Herbert, I" Clark, w I'nrls,
Strom. It Smith, J West. II. Hessel
Iiitj:. H J Sidney, It. II Wnlkir. S
(V Willi mill nnd P I. WVhr; Missis
Hael Cunningham, Muriel Cunning
ham, Charlotte 1'lnto, Minnie l.nrscn.
I.lr?lc "rnmer. Anna II Atkinson, Mot
ile lllock, Annie Klemme, Until II
Adams, U Illldbrnndt J rYniwr. J
HveiiKom, Mrs Mny Head nnd Mrs
" A rulrweallier.
(Continued from Page 1)
on near Niiiunii and P.iuahl streets
and Upon calling Into action his "liv
ing squadron." ho, after much ulToit,
gained the hccouiI story or it building
und hiirprlbed twonly-flvo Chinese
who had gathered In a small loom
Tho aiiaitment contained but one toi
und u table and Hu, ple.t that tho
men lived in the small quartois failed
to go with the wlley Chief of Detec
tives, Tho bunch wcie placed uiidei
in mat. Judge Hiimplueys la defend
ing tho alleged gamesters who have
euteied u plea or not guilt) to tho
clinigo. Friday Is tho day sot lor ,i
Stockholders or tbo Hawaiian Irrl
gatloii Company held a sptci.il inciting
this illuming In tho olllees or Thomp
son .V: Wlldir, Campbell blink, und de
clared tho capital stock of tho company
lull) paid up
The litigation t nrnpans's capital
slock is i,::,o.ooo, and or this jsnn.ooii
bus bein paid up Thu giuwth or the
company's ttssets, Its business, profits
mil I lie money pur Into It by tho stock
holders littve been enough to wurriint
the company lilltrf at Hon tills morning
III declaring the capital stock fully paid
up The action Is hugely it legal formality
Keep busy, '
Pay your debts.
Grin and bear It.
Hold your temper.
Learn to take a joke.
Patronize home Industry.
Read tornethiny every day.
Don't parade your trou
bles. Givo the other fellow a
- And -
176 S. KING STREET
EARLY ACTION ON
KAU DITCH IS
(Continued from Page 1)
resolution, outlining the Congressional
bill to a certain extent, is inalllb for
tlm purpose of Informing Congicss us
to the attitude of the people or Hawaii
toward the bill.
"I btlinve we eon get a ruvornblo re
port on the bill to the Senate from
the .Senate committee em Pacific Is
hindi. and I'orto Itlco," said Mr Mc
Criissou this morning. "In fuel, I inn
quite sine that the Senate will liuve u
ehni'te to take Hits mutter up during
the extra sessluii, and the Houso will
Hun take It up w he'll the next regular
session esmvenes I huve strong hopes
of Its passuKo iiikI believe that It will
Haft Congressional Support.
"When thu bill was previously under
consideration, niuny members -of Con
Ktess said to me that It was so llbiial
I couldn't umbo the project pay llnull
i hilly It Is n belter measure fiom u
pufillc standpoint Hutu the Carey net
under which all tho great Irrigation
pljns have been carried on In the West
Mr. Mouilall or V.voiii!ug, who Is familial-
with every detail of the Ciuey
net and Its efftet, believes the, Hawai
ian measure Is tho best The effect of
tho Carey net Is practically to kIvc Hie
land to the lirlgatlou company, while
our ineiiKtire merely lenses the laud "
A new chilli man nf the .Senate com
mittee Is now on dock. Senator limn
A Itle halelxeui of Delaware Sen ttor
Depew was the former ebalrmmt, and
Itlebardieoit Is one of the vetetitn com
mittee mi tubers It Is somewhat or it
t'olnc lib in o that Mr Mct'iossoti Is also
ft oiii Delnwme, but be Is not person
ttlly atqualutiil with Senator ltleli'iiil
soti Mr Mi Crosstiu does not expect to
take up his application for tbo I.i'lle
hua military leservullon or Wubliiwu
Water ilnhls din lug tho extrn session
it was ptiwiiteil ut tbo lust session,
anil (s now nuclei' consideration by tlio
Seeiotury or War. MeCrosson Is book
Mi to go to the Const on the Slcira, but
has business that will keep him until
A Inctlv wedding was solemiiled nt
the Catholic chtuch Saturday evening.
When Ihninitt Albln mid Miss Nellie
Ctinv weiu millet! In marriage by the
Hey Father Valentin. The bride was
tlvin away bj her uncle, J Souzii
After Hu wedding ceremony the parly
re tin nc .1 to the home of Mr Seur.a on
Klniiu stteot, where o dainty suppir
wns served The oung coiiplo Willie,
side III their new home on Klnnii street.
A prcttj wedding was solrinnlrod ut
(ho Catholic Ciitheduil yesterday af
ternoon when Mr Antnlie Iipes und
Miss Mary Cuinurii were milted In
marriage Itev. Putlior Ulrlcli ollielat
ed. lift I! MAHSHAI.L und his claligh
tiu will leuvo by tlm Slemi for their
homo on tho lunlnland
I' KHAMP, or lltickfcld & Co, has.
jus lecelved vvoid that his father Is1
iA'I'im1 i".'1,. V'i"""' 0p"""y I
JOHN .1 AI.llHHTS announces tho
engagement of his daughter Faunle
to Mr Fietl Schmidt or Alen plitntn-
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Facing tlte possibility either Hint
Congress In the near future will lin
pofo entrance tests utmost prohibiten y
tu Spanish and Portuguese liuml
gi.llits, or that Portugal Ituelf may
prohibit assisted emigration ns Spain
lias done, tho Tenltorlnl Hoard of Im
migration has tumid Its attention to
it plan for opening up nenotl itlons
with residents of other Kmnpeuneoiiii
tries IJi. Victor S Clark, commissioner
of Immigration, nnd numbers or the
honrd plan to establish relations with
several other countries, to revive Hus
sion Immigration on n small scale und
to place thu Territory In sutb it por
tion its regard labor that ir either of
the two possibilities nhovu mciitloiitd
becomes ti fnct. Ilnvvitll ran turn Im
mediately elsewhere Hum Spain unit
I'ortugnl for Its labor.
Hither or the possibilities miy hap
pen In the next few months t'ongresn
Is pot nt nil unlikely to establish u
llterney test," requiring Immigrants
The plans are not to open ItnmlKNi
to lend mid write, and stub :t test
would put nn end to many or the Im
migrants from the ngrleiiltur.il dls
ttltts or Poitugnl, who make splendid
farm laborers In Hawaii.
The board Is considering sending its
agents to ltussln'uud to sumo or Hie
peoples or Unstern Kuropo akin to the
ItiiSHbins It Is Jiopcd Indirectly tose
ttire it few from Itnlv. Ilclnluin nnd
Holland have also been mc nlloncil, but
l)r Clark considers liniiilgiiitlon from
these countries ilouhtTu!.
! tlou on n large scale, but to get u few
started this way tvid thus establish
a sort of fiunllliir unite between the
tountrles The expense would he com
The boaiil Is busy now Willi lis
plans for u regular steamship Hue be
tween Hawaii and Hurope to enrrv
migrants here ot stated Intervals l'or
the pri sent the ste'.tincr. If si em id,
will eome bv the Stialts of Magellan,
but when the emi.il Is opened, the
South American detour will be cut off
PRIZES GO TO '
Cnthorlno Jones wus awarded tho
first prize, Dorothy 1 longs the see und
prio und llernurd Damon lioiiuiuble
mention 111 it ihclorlcal contest among
membeis or the Kigbth grade at Pn
nuhott Pieparaloiy held Friday niter
noon. The Judges weiu Krnest J
Hees, M!sb Dodge and MIbs Crosbj
Thu prizes were volumes of Hit kens,
presented by Miss Sheldon, teacher
of the eighth.
Tho contest was something lecently
Inaugurated The spe-nkeis weto 111 Hi
selected by popular vote of thu flitss
nnd the teachers chose tint ones tu
take part In the dual piogram. All
the parts weio well tlellvured Tbo
Piatt Cooke -An Incident of (ho
French Camp Hubert Iliowning
Ilernaid Damon Old Mlstls .. .
James T Minito
Joseph l'urrliigton Cnsey at the
"at Enii'st I, Th.oqi
Dorothy Hongs Just 'fctie Christ
mas Engeiiit Field
Stella lloogs Heeln Things ....
Catherine Jones I'tuclitiiig
Catheilne Ken A Xenons Woman
lit the Telephone .. .Stmtle Sehell
Cnllioiluc I'm Is Thu Talented Man
Hilda vuu Holt Opportunity
'- Edmuil Sill
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr mid .Mis John Meflralh ileslto
to IPiink thine who tunic ted sjniiMtliy
and help to them In their recent 'he
reavenient. 4u.'j it
To bu a ijooil steonil-b ind Intiibitor
Must he In perfect condition, and
cheap Addiess, ut once, ' luuilutiu. '
I cum nullum unite -to.'i-lt
Small rour-st tiled ear or run input.
Must be in gnoel condition Addiess
I "Itlllialotit." Hull, tin mine).
I TO LET.
Klght loom cottage on the toiiici- of
Young and Attcsliiu His Iingulm at
otllee Kaplol.ciil Hsiitte, Ltd
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Lots or vntlngiM on cm Urn, Knlinukl.
Gorman, 1UG A la lie., Kt.
Mon.cco-ioteicil pocket hook, between
iv.it st tlnd fori Sbafter I'lmltr
return to "v II" Iliillitlu t.ille.. ..ml
receive IOHHI.1 4 1 1' It
One fi male cocker spnniii, bl.u I end
wblti Cinder tipeat Dr
Itovvnt 'IV I -'43 jr. ..
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