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i' ') iMMMMNMaMMMMMMIMMtaMH .SMlli-ll 1 ! !
llniinlnlii Second l)i grer.
lluit iiltini Third Degree.
Alt Tliltlng meniDtrn Ot tki
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting" of local IoiIrm
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
. -iimur rupnif rnpi uwi
naninc r.noincLua n.i, a.
BENEFICIAL AJSop.IATIOIL eittlom cor-
HAWAIIAN TBIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M
Meota every first and third Thurs
days ot rich month ut Knights of
Pythlai Hall. VlBltlnn brother! cor
(lally invited to ntiend.
II. KOSTDlt. Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of n.
WNOLULU AERII, HO, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each month at
T:30 o'clock In K of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanln. nnd Tort street.
Visiting EskI are Invited to at
tend. Gi:o A DAVIS AV. r.
WM C McCOY. Sec.
BONOLULU 10E0E, 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, B. P, O.
Elks, meets In their hnll, on Kins
Street, near Kort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting I)rotliers are cordially
'nvlted to attend.
v n. iRUKM-:na, n it.
oi:o t. Ki.vi:ai:u
. -WM. MoKINIEy I0D0E, HO. 8,
g. ot P.
Meets evry 2nd and 4th Saturday
tvenlug at 7:.10 o'clock In IC. of P.
. Hall, cor. Kort and Dcretanla. Visit
ing b'rothars cordially InvlUd to at
tend. V. F. KHiUUY, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON. K. R. 3.
A. N. Sanford,
I Boston Building Fort Street
Over May &. Co
When Building a
Put In your houao the most con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Coits Nothing. For In
formation and prlcei of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
669, Honolulu, or Trent Truit Co.
EAT AT THE
' ' - . .,
I LATE3T STYLES IN SAILORsB
I I COLORED AND BLACK I
I MILTON & PARSONS B
. I Hotel Street, opposita Young flj
, I Everything Now Service excellent
S. E. LUCAS
s iliisiinlc lliilldliiix, curiiir Hutcl ami
'Dm hen! I.uiic In dm n to lit fiery
liTCNCIL PATTCnNB nd
NUW PILLOW locn
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Thopo who drink ut Iho Anchor
Saloon nro liiinuuio from cholera.
'Ittiiind Iho liliuid summer into, $30
l,ew Ih' Stables and tlarngo Tel 3111
tiny b nnd Joe Knlnn.i'B Iah'ohuiIiiIo
can he found at ttio Auto l.ivcry;
If )ou want a Rood job done on en
milo or iarrlago tnko It to Hawaiian
Cnirlago Mfg. Co, 4J7 Queen St.
John It. Hcrgsttrom, Piano and Or
gan TunltiR and HcpilrltiE Masonic
Temple. Tclci'hono 20G7. P. O. llox
A demand for u Jury has boon fllctt
by the defendant In tbo case ot II K
Herges against .loll M K Apnnn, action
lo unlet title.
Juacph llomau, bat cleaner, 132
Kcrctnnlu St.. next lo Jlro htntlon.
gtnratitccB all his work. Hala called
for and delivered. Phono 1657.
The atiiinal iiicpIIiir of the Strang
ers IVIoiiil Sorletv will lip bold lo
timrinw morning In Hip room of tho
Vrsoclntcil Charities nl 0 o'clock
Sonic veiv hnnilt.nmc gowns nro be
ing shown ,t Sachs Ibis week and
also uu-niado lobes In vvhlto and with
colored cnibroli'cry. Shirtwaists Willi
kimono kIcpvp nnd Dutch npek
lsalaB llodrlgucs, defendant in n
divorce nclloiv liroiiRht by bis wlfrt
lo.opilnn, lias Died u general denial of
the allegations in bis wife's comj
plaint ami will contest Hip suit.
I'lrc wis located In tbo navy coil
pile opposite AI.iKpii wbnrr (bis morn
ing nnd the pi) department Is work
Ins to put It out. There nrd clRlit
Ibou-mm' Ions in the pile nnd I lie flro
has Iippii running for several dajs.
All of the beneficiaries under the
wilt of James Campbell and V.. M.
Watson, ns guardian ad litem of the
inipor heirs, has filed a Rcneral uc
know lodgment of the rlnltns made by
the trustees of the Campbell will In
their bill for Instruction and con
Hirudin)!, Involving tho luteiests of
llonlrlco CuuiplHll In Hip estate
The P.iIiim I.unilicr Company Is cut
IIiir tun hit fie keel blocks for Hip
Pi.irl Harbor ilrjdoik. Tlipy me
( iit'fully Kclectpd from the Dmtst Iors
lnoiiKlit lo Hip mill nnd only n few
nro tinned out each day Tho com
pany is recoiling a higher prlco than
Is usuallj paid for general work I-nst
week u new building was put up for
tlie manufacture of furnlturo from
lioth knn nnd obla, which will bo one
tf the special products ot the mill In
future. Tbo company Is also turning
out wagons tmulo of ohln, the Iron
work also bolng turned out by tho
ItllV WAI.LAflJ will return to his
homo on the Mauna Loa tomorrow
MANAHHIt MYUitS of Iho Kllauea
Sugar Company Is In tbo city for n
few days Ho Is stopping at tho
I'ltANh ANUllADi: Is reported to
bo mending fast from the accident that
happened to him n few dajs ago when
lie fell from his horse.
linNRY HAPAI Is now In full
charge of the territorial treasury and
will remain so until tho return of
Treasurer Conkllng This Is Henry's
WILLIAM C MKimiTT will Apeak
Id the Central Union Church parish
house Ibis evening on tho "boy prob
em." Last evening a largo nudenco
boaul him discuss ''Tho Snudny ndiool
oiginlzed to win "
TI10S. IIOYD, n machinist of tho
Honolulu Iron Works, who went Iri
tho coast on the dredger South Day
as mi ciiglneo", is expected to re
tain on the Sierra, duo hero early to-
MISS FKANCKS STKINIIAUT, n
joung lady from 'San Luis Ohlspo,
Callfornlai wns nn arrival hero by
the Manrliuria. Sho Is visiting with
W A Hideout nnd family In Palolo
vu'ioy nnd will remain In tbo Islands
some llttlo time.
NOT TO BE SERIOUS
P'l tixrii ut the lairil-Young KiirIii
r. j-Iiik Coinpaiu wlikli bus tho (on
tri t for liiiildiiig the lllio breakwater,
vixitH no sciluiiH results from tbo
pit that Mime of Hie iiunrry stnno lins
in ov l to be unlit for use on the
ivoilt. He says that tbo company Is
nun engaged In looking for other
ipiairj sIIph ami that tho work will bo
pushed to ('riinpb'tinu In plenty of 1 1 mo.
BEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record May 24, 1911,
Mrs IkaliakiL Kullipulo to Mis Klleil
K Hon Klin D
P I. It Htrniiih to William Henry
Amili Mulntyro to Willi. iiii Kuplko
ot al . .. 1
Driuiy & Co I.ld by regr lo N'otlin
Kimiiu K opiiuul to Mary V. I'os-
Al lo tilinl and huh to Mis Kmlu-
laluii Klin Uuk K'i'O I)
A llloin to Auiilo H Parke
Notice of Atteptautn of llxln l
Mi In Ahiptil to Wlllluin ' Arhl .lr D
WIIIUiiii (' A) III Jr by ally lo Wll
ll'ini Aibl II
vv i Ai'hl lo Chlim l.niii I)
lliuipli IJHiHi mi'l lib to Uiilni)
lawn A: Ki Arnt of It Mil ... M
flnlMnl for f!r4iril May M, 1911.
i nil taMii, lr. in Aiilmiki Tt
IfV ..' I)
CITY TRANSrCn CO. (Jas. H. Lovo)
THROWN BY CUSTOMS OFFICERS
Mysterious Movement of BitJ Steamers and Sampans Cause
Invasion of Inspectors to Garden Island America Marti
as First Aid to Distressed Asia to Arrive Today Zca
landia Will Be Late.
Collector Staeknblc's cier alert and Into tbo United States many articles
adroit staff of joung men do not coti-'of local production which would not
fine their efforts In ferreting out 1111- rccelvo extensive distribution under
r-li liiieorlnthms nnd dealing In opium tbo present postal regulations. All
soltly to the Island of O.tliti and tho that now remains to lie ilnno Is ar
port of Honolulu. 'ranging tho details of the sjBtem,
Knual Is now nnd has for tome which nro being worked out both at
time past Ik en under the spot light i. Manila unit In Washington
thrown b widoawnko Federal oilt-1. Mi
The lllng and mysterious visit of
Deputy Collector 1 It Madclios and
Inspector !.. I. lteovcs to tbo (3ar.dc!i
Island on Hip last trip of the lnter
IslAiid steamer Hnll nnd their (pilot
reluni lo llnnoliilu lias again set
nllo.it all sorts of rumors. During tho
lulcf slrty of tho Hoiiolubl delegation
or rcdcral cmplo.vees there tbe nre
said to have coveied a largo nmnu'it
of terrltorj and gathered much evi
dence It Is believed Hut a pait nr
the mlislon of tho Honolulu customs
men lo tho island of Kauai, was lo
Investigate tho ever recurrent stories
of the mysterious action of ceilaln
laige innll steamers In skirting tbo
coast of that Island wbllo cnroulo to
and f I oin Honolulu.
Acconllng to those who havo hl
occasion to Inform themselves con
cerning tho repeated attempts to
sniugglo opium on tbo flaiden Island
steamers nro alleged In.bavo apiicai-
ed off tbo coast of tho Island nnd aft
er nightfall unmlstnknbto signals
have been plainly noted bj those sta
Honed on tbo shore. Tbo peculiar
movements of a number of fishing
snmpauu along about Ibis tlmo has
also awakened much curiosity mul" In
terest among thoso who bnvo hail oc
casion lo watch Iho spectacular dis
play attending Iho approach and pass
ing or tbo larger, steamers
Ono theory now held by sovcral
persons icsldlng or having business on
Kauai Is that certain niiiintllles of
opium Is being dropped from piasliii:
steamers, presumably ftom thoso
whoso courbo Hej cither to or fioni
II) a system of preconceived sig
nals through Iho medlmnshlp of
dabbing light, tbo Interested partlei
on land can easily bo advised con
trol nlng tbo deposit of n shipment or
contraband cargo. It In l)ien declar
ed but a comparatively Hinnll matter
to land tho dope.
Kauai Is understood lias an Orlcn
(al population ot biilliclent number to
crcato a constant and ready demand
tor opium at a rnlr margin or prollt.
thcre'iy making tho business on that
more than ono person would risk tak
ing n long chance,
Wbllo Mcrsra Mndelroa and Heevts
of tbo Honolulu cilbtoms servlep vvcio
nn their whirlwind trip on Kami
they were given considerable asslst
nnco through W. D. Mcllrjde, the
plaulntlon man, who Is well In (oiu-li
with mailers pertaining to (lie sev
It Is more than likely that ns a re
sult of this visit u more closer watch
will bo maintained on Inter-Island
stenmeis al living hero from the Har
Philippines In linn- Parcels 1'osl.
Tbo Philippine Islands will have km
established parcels post service with
tho United States within six mouths
Is tho Information given out by Scc
letary DIHott, and Director C. M. Cot
teruian of the hiiieau of posts is now
lu tbo Slates consulting with postal
mitborjllcs there, anil working out the
delays or tho plnn. Tho establish
ment of this service with tho United
States, supplementing tho parrels post
sorvlco which Iuib nlieady been Inau
gurated between the Islands anil coun
tries of Hongkong and Java will plaeo
within reach or lesblontn or tbo Phil
ippines racllltles for tho transmission
of (linkage not exceeding eleven
pounds In weight ut a nominal into of
postage, and wilt no doubt Introduce
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Monl Roiiiio Wlnoa
Snq Aprils Miimm's Clmmpnono
( S0I1HI7 nuor
.c.ilandla Late in Arrival.
Ilrlnglng tho great Shellled Choir,
comprising nearly two buhdrcd and
fifty voices, the Canadian-Australian
liner Zeaiandla will tint arrive oft tbo
(liiarantltio beforo i o'clock tomorrow
afternoon, according to a wiieless
tuessugo that has been leeelved this
morning through tbo ugeucy of T. II.
Davles & Co. Tliivessul Is piocecd
Ing from Vnticouvcr nnd Victoria nnd
It la presumed Unit she met with
somo rather rough went her on tho way
down to the islands The Kcalandlu
wllf bo In lino for a ptoinpt pratique
as the singers me I ked for an af
ternoon concert ut the Hawaiian Op
era House. The Zcalundia Is to be
dispatched for Sydne, N S. W., by
tbo way of Fanning island and ports,
nl midnight tomorrow.
Sierra Is INot Cronilid.
Tho (Venule stenmshlp Sierra that
Is duo to arrive at Honolulu ut an
early hour on I'rldny morning Is not
crowded with cnb'n or steerngc pns
scngeis, uccbrdlug to n wireless mess
age that has lcou received ut tbo
agency or C. Itiewer S. Co. this morn
ing. Tbo Sh'rra was steaming MIT
miles off tho Vrt at 9 o'clock last
night, bringing l0 cabin and Hi slcer
ago passengers. The vessel la report
ed ns bringing general rnigo and
Wells, Knrgo oipress matter. Noth
ing Is sah1 concerning tbo amount of
cargo or Iho number of sacks of mall
destined tor Iho Islands.
Law Enforces Closing of Boarding
It Is probable' tlpit Portland's sailor
boardluK-hoiiFOK will suspend opera
tions with the now Stale law govern
ing such Institutions taking cITcct,
May ltitb, and for tbo first tlmo since
the Kirt been mo established masters
of vessels, will bnvo lo sign men di
rect or get them from employment
bureaus. Omul &. Wbllo, who opei
nle tbo Sailors' Homo, declnro tbeie
will bo no money in tho business un
der tho new Invv, which limits their
reo lo $in ror each sailor, with a
month's advance ot $25, and Imposes
ran annual niepho oi .iuu. rue cost
of hoarding a sailor mid supplvlnghlm
wllh elo'bing and general "Rear" 'fur
sea nflsetn Iho advanco money, nnd
In many cases, when men nro ncarco
and It is known Unit n vessel will sail
In a few weeks, men nro boused and
red for n period that costs moio than
Iho ndvpnec. As $20 Is paid under
present conditions nnd tbo old law
permits asking n greater fee, Iho
boardlng-lioiiso ninstors say they are
satisfied. They declnro they, cannot
exist under tbo now conditions. All
foreign consuls nt ports on the
imitli Pacific Paclfln coast will meet
lu Taeoma .lime Hilli, when mailers
affecting shipping will bo dlscushed
Steamship Minnesota Is Laid Up.
The ilnmngo dono tho (Ircnt North
ern litennisjiln Minnesota when Hint
vessel wenLiiground In Iho Inland sea
of Jnpau pioved to bd or such naliiio
us to compel tho c-ompany to retire
Iho vessel fioni sorvlco for a jouplo
Of monllis, pending ropnlrs, Tbo Min
nesota is at present tlmo tho only
steamship opornlcd by that company
Her ii'llremont lias given Iho passen
ger arid height business between Pu
go Sound Kirts nnd tho Orient In
Iho bands nf oilier liners. Aceordlnr
to pn -cut Intenllons Iho Minnesota
vv li he dlspalelied from Health on
luui Huh for Japan ports, Hongkong
and Manila, making the Pbllippiua
port her I'm- Ihistcrn lermlnat Tho
vessel Is expected will teach Manlln
on or about .Inly 17lh leaving that
purt on the rcturli trip to tho stales
two da) a biter.
America Maru OK the Port.
Tbo To) n Klsen Knlsha liner Ame
rica Mnru Is expccltd will como along
shlo the Alake.l wharf by three ti'ilock
Ibis afternoon bilnglng nbotit (lvo
bundled Ions Oilental cargo to bo
discharged ill Hoholulu Tho Ame
rica, Mnru was Iho vessel that flint
camo In the assistance of tho pas
sengers In Iho wrecked Pacific Malt
steamer Asia. Thtoiigh wltclcss, tho
oftlccrs In the JnimnoHO vessel wcro
apprised nf tbo disaster that reHitltol
In the total loss of Iho Pacific Mnll
Blenmer Tho America Mam Is ex-
peeled to remain nt Honolulu until
tomorrow morning beforo being ills
patched ror San l-"rnnclsco.
Chlyo tins Left the Coast,
According lo a cablo received be're.
Iho ,lnpauctc liner t'hl)n Mnru sailed
from San Francisco with Honolulu,
Japan irls nnd Hongkong ns destina
tion ill two o'clock )cs(erdfty after
noon. The vcsicl Is duo to arrive
hcic cm Juno 2nd.
Few Passengcro Booked.
Twelve passengers have Iippii bonli
ed for tbo Canadian-Australian liner
Zcnlaudla that Is scheduled to nail
ror Australian ports al midnight to-
nionow. Tbo vessel will leave from
Lumber for Honolulu.
Willi n full shipment of lumber for
Honolulu, the American schooner
i:thoI Zano Is icportcd lo havo left
The recently Tormcd Philippine!
Steamship CompSiiy tint took over
Iho nrltleh slenmcrs Hnbl and Znflio,
operated o a run between Hongkong
and Manila, Hollo nnd Celui Is de
clared will nt pipseni nt least, innkn
no uddltlons to tile dec Acc-ordlng
In It. Sbovvuii, mnmigei if Iho cnni
pany wllh nn Inrieai.c In tiadc hta
compiiii) would make airnngcments
to put other steamers on tbo China
coast lo Manila run.
When asked about the Inipiovc-
ment In tnido on tho ccinipany'B
iteimers slnco the cbaiigo trom thej
Ilrltlsh lo Iho Atnerlcnn ling lu No
vember, 101(1, bo said that although
there bad been a marked Increase. In
tho Inler-lslniiil Irado tbo China coai't
business did not come up to lliclr ex
EVIL IS DOOMED
(Continued from Page 1)
There must bo a c-oucrpto floor un
derneath each tenement bouse.
Lavatories must conform lo strict
ly sanllnr) principles.
Tbo regulations nro very largely
bai-oil on sanitary necessity, and If
carried nut, na)s Mr. Gurrc), should
to a long way toward bulplng solve
the piohlem of making nnd keeping
Of paitlculnr Intcicst Is Iho pro
vision Hint hot caller no rramo build
ings shall bo erected Inside tho lire
limits, llulldlngs now htuudiug alu
not to bo Interfered wllh.
This provision is hoarllly approve!
and urged by tho special committee
of tho Oahu Improvement Club that
made an Investigation and whoso ic
port was printed In tho II ill let in
a short time ago.
In dinning tho ordinance, flurrcy
and Young bad Iho benefit of tbo
building oidlnauceH of twcnly-thrco
cities, and tbo ordinance as It wont
lo Iho supervise! h cmilod tho approv
al of a number of local builders mid
Tbo tenement houso regulation Is
nilmlltedl) stringent, but Mr. Ourrey
sn)s Ibcio Is need for Its being string
ent It will slop n great deal or Iho
kind of houses that icsldeuls of tbo
Maklkl mid Puiiabnii districts object
to to Hlicjugly. Tticio Is no legal way
or ip-ovcnling people from building
tenement houses, sajs Mr (limey, but
Iho ordlnnncc points tho way to keep
ing such bouses up to n standnrd Hist
prevents thorn being u nuisance
Valuable! gnmo cocks anil fat poul
try Iho pi bin of residents or Maklkl
way will biive another lease on life
ami security dining tbo Incureciutloii
of ICd Prugits nnd John I'.lfas, who this
Inclining woie sent to tbo icof for
having boon found guilty of stealing
a number of chickens
Tragus was sentenced In six month
each 011 two counts lit ll'm thlid
1 barge iigulnst I1I111 a mmpimilod sen.
(clue ot thirteen inolilhx was liupoHiid
by HlMlilct Miiulxtiiilo Muiiiuirial
M Do Mi'lln, iiIhu iiiiiilKind upon a
11I111II11I' cbaie. HKku fur u iiiiillnu
tiiiio and bis IiuiiIiik will bo held
Mime little Ibid vw-uli Tim iiiiiiiihiIhik
nr Mol.lkl hen imwls vvi'ie pill hi nun
lllliHlsh 1I111 erfiiits of I'lilnf pr HuIhi
IbrMiclielin and al oilier Envelopes
IN STOCK BY
The von liamnvYoung Co., Ltd.,
j r Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii
Per stnir. Mauna Loa, for Kona and
Kan ports. Sla) L'fi. Mrs. .las. Davis.
Mrs. Nelllo J. Drown, Miss Clinton
M A. Sllva, llcv. A. II. Wc) mouth
llov. I). D. Wallace, Jim, (laspar, ltev
J. N. Ilodcl, P. C. Paotow, A It. Hur
ley, II. W. M. Mist, V. Crniislun, Mis
Cinliston, J. D. Pails, Mist Wnsse)
Mra. Curtis, M. It. Jloasanat, IJ.
Miller, Mis. i: K. Conant Miss N
Coniiut, V. J. lick)cr, r. K, Mc
Lean, It. Conant, IC. K. Connut.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports, .Mny25. Mts. It. W. Kinney,
Mis. ,1. Wrlghl, Mr and Mrs. A.
Wilcox. Mrs. Weber, Miss M. llaek
ImiIIi. It. W. Klnnc), J. It. Moors, IS.
(Ulisnu.-d. II. raltcblld. (1 Ilertrnm
Per stmr. Clnudliiu for Hawaii ami
Maui ports. May L'l!. Mrs. W. A. An
derson, All I ling, F. P. Itosecrnnsi
Mrs Hosecinnu, II. S. Walker, C H
Hall, (1. !'. Zlcglcr, Max rlreenhaugh,
Sister Kcncter, Miss K. reinnndcz.
Per slinr. Klumi for Knunl ports
Ma) SO- A. 1'. Kliudseii, I'l.inels (lny
Mis Tnkjma, J. P. Cooke. Mrs. M. J
Malls aro duo from the followlni
points ns follows:
Kan l-'ranclbco Siena, May 'JC
Ynkohnnin Amerlcn Maru, Ma) if.
Colonics Per Makura, .limn "0.
Victoria Per Zealandla, May 2B.
Mulls will depart for tho following
points ns followo:
San I-'ianclsco Amc-ilca Main, May
Yokohama Chi) o Maui, Mi) 30.
Vmieoiivei- Per Makura, June 20.
Sydney Zcalandln, May 20.
Dlx nt Seattle, out of coumilsolon.
Logan, fioni Honolulu, for San Krnn-
clsc-o, , arrived May 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu Tor Mnnllu,
Sherman, from Manll i, ror Honolulu
and San 1-ranrtseo May II.
Crciolc, in rived at San lYiinelseii, Apr
Dillon!, arrived San rianclscu fioni
Shanghai, Ma) 1.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Thursday, May 25.
SAUNA CUUZ May 23: Sailed, S
8, Columbian ror Sin Diego,
S S. America Maru will nrrlvn about
2 p. in. fiom Yokohama anil sail for
San I'ranclsro tomoiiow a in.
S. S. Zcalandln will arrivo liuuoriow
about 2 p. ml and sail for S)du")'
Wednesday, May 24.
SAN l'ANCISCO May 21, 2 p. m.:
Sailed, S. S. Chlyo Mmu, for Ho
nolulu. i:illti:lCA May 21: Sailed, scbr.
Hthel Znue, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA May 24: Arrived, 8 S
Slheila (homo .May 0).
The following wireless message has
bun riiclvpil by Hie ugcut man tho
S K Hliira boiiuil Tor Honolulu
H H HU-irs. ut Sea. May St. 1911 -fill)
miles from port, r,o cabin p.ow n
geis HI nteciago paSHengers, Wells,
I'm go cxpicHs and gencial cargo
VT e 1 1 v II ii 1 1 e 1 1 Kl per rrnr,
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
wmw ,! inn
The majority of motor
ists throughout the world
ate satisfied users of
f Michelin Inner Tubes.
They are the best judges.
Ask them. "
lol for rVy e ffoifi'nf
ARMY AND NAVY
Officers Save Private.
II.Oll.O, April 2H. -Had It not been
for tho llmoly arrival of Captain
Mciry and Lieutenant Dodge, both ot
tho tub Infantry, Private llblcr, Com
pany G, 6lh Infantry, would bnvo been
drowned tills morning, nbnut nluu
o'clock. Tbo soldier, who Is consid
ered u good swimmer, wns taking a
swim In Hollo strails. Ho bad gone
out Into deep wnler when ho was
seized with cramps and bad gone un
der four tlmos when Captuin Merry
nnd Lieutenant Dodge, who happen
ed to be driving b, saw him making
a final effort I" reach shallow water
He was unsuccessful and snuk again
The two gallant olllccin not stopplii(;
In remove) any or their equipment,
Immediately sprang Inlo tho water
and succeeded lu saving tho mans
Tbo soldier has rccov'eied. and will
piohablv suffer bnl llttlo bad effects
fiom hla experience.
Trial In Manila.
Tbo second day of tbo (rial of Klrst
Sergeant Itnrrlckmnu of Hatlery D,
2nd Held nrlillery, began Apfll 2S be
foie tbo com t martial at I'nrt McKlu
ley with Dr. Do l-onlTro of Camp
Stolsenburg on the stand.. Dinrlck
man Is facing trial on tluco coiiuts,
growing cfut of tho violent death of
I'rlvato Ilrcnult or tho samo haltciy
who was Jound dead near the camp
on Mutch 12 with bis bead uliuou
liealen lo n pulp
ll.irrlct.inan Is charged with Join
ing oilier members or the bat'ery, 12
of whom nro still to be tried, lo forco
llienuli to leave tbo service, wllh
using such rmco lu carrying out tills
Intention art lo c-iuso llreault'n death
and with neglecting lo cpiell (he dis
turbance Manila Tlmcn.
Tho Anny and Navy Club at Manila
moved Inlo lit) now and handsome
cpiaiters oil tho l.uiieln, Apill 17. Tbo
members marched lo their now homo
rtnni Iho old iiuirteis lu the Walled
City, each member cari)iug somo ni
tlclo or fnrnlluro. The Klks lurneil
out enmnsso and ns tbo Army ant
Navy men marched past their club
house gavu the newcomers a rousing
Hear Admiral Albeit Meilr, U. S
Navy, nnd Mrs Mcitz. sailed n tbo
Yiiwnln Maru fnnn Manila, May 'J,
ror Japan nnd China, vvbeio thoy will
spend a tew weeks before proceeding
to tho United Stales. '
.Monaco u a ligation.
Captain Malmgren of tho sloitmer
Liikmu repents on May 15 that when
In latitude KG degrees HI minutes
north and lnnglttido 122 degiecs 2:i
minutes west he sighted u black ob
ject which was iippiuontly n initio or
a buoy mil ID. Tbo location Is iilioul
oil Muuteiey bay Tho weatbor being
tough, It was Impossible to pick the
object up The steamer mil lowly
missed colliding wllh tbo derelict,
which Is u icilous menace to navigation
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