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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Ti H, THUR9DAY, JUNE 15, 1911.
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WCDNE8DAY: ' '
lltivtulliiu Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, II. A. V.
Regular,..", ii. in.
Hiirmoii Cliuplcr 'o. I
0. II. S. Ilti;iil:ir.
All visiting ujeinburn of tta
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend Heatings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
UM..I.E ENGINEERS' oli," A..o'
ANEFICIM. AVIATION, cition, cor.
HAWAIIAN XWBS, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every tint and third Thurs
days of aih mouth at KnlghU ot
I'yttilun Hull. Visiting brothers cor
llly In vl (.tit to attend.
It. KOSTKIl. Kacbem.
K. V. TODD, C. ot It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140. '. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NKSDAY evenings ot er.ch month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot I. Hall, corner
Hretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles f.re Invited to at
Und. OKO. A. DAVIS W. P.
IV M. :. McCOY. Sec.
aONOLULU LODGE, 010. B. t.Q.JL
'-'if i ! " .'i
Honolulu Lodge No. IS 1 6,hp.v;P oJ
fillet, meets In their liall, on'Kliig
Itreet. near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Druthers are cordially
n i n. isnNiiKmj, n. n.
n':o. t. ki.i'i;uE1"k-o. "
WM. HcKINlEY. I0DBE.-.1HI. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
tvenlng at 7:30 o'cioc'lc In K. of P.
Hall. cor. Fort and Horetanla. Visit
ing lirotherfi cordially Invited to at
tend. p. r Kii.wnr, o; a u ' u
K. A. JACOHSON, k. n" B.
THE CRt'AT DINJAMIN COMPOUND
Mikes Now. Ulch
Cures tho Kldnc6.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Duilding Fort Street
Over May & Co.
PALM BEACH HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
jf-, ; Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3088
6TENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
Nw Stylish Hats
Summer styles in millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
BBPv - At
K Fort Street
WsL CAT AT THE
h ' Capitol Gate
Hi ' ', '' ,, "'t.'Sftr LAV ,i
HRv Cverythlno New Service Excellent
AT HIGH FIGURE
Itnplil Transit Mock win forced to
a itmid breaking tlguro at noon to
diiv at an niiction xnlo ot thirty-one
share conducted 'j.v J. F. Morgan. A
high-water mark of $112 vim obtained
for nine shares, and tliu remaining
tuenty-twi, shares went for till, bid
In by V II. Athertoti, treasurer of tlio
Itnpld Transit eomiuiny, ns trustee.
Tho thlrty-ono shares wero fractlon
al shares, rt'iiialnlng from the allot
mi'iit of tho Issue of 575 Miaros author
tiled ly tin, company last January.
Fractional share usually command
higher prices than blocks of round
Figures), nnd tho stimulus of nn auc
tion, with most of tho brokers and
two members of the company present.
helped to force up tho price. V. It.
Castle, president, nnd C. II. Atherton,
treasurer, both attended the sale.
John I.. Fleming, the broker, bid
nmilnst Atherton on the first lot Until
all other bidders had dropped out
t'ndor tho rule laid down, ono share
was put up and tliu successful bidder
could tnko as manv shares as he choso
at the winning bid. Fleming was high
bidder at SI 12 and took nine shares.
Tlie remainder, 22 shnres, wnS then
nuetloned off and bought In by Ather
ton Fleming was acting for an In
vestor. It Is understood.
Ttapld Transit common Is quoted on
tho market nt Jill), and the figure
reached this morning was a surprise.
The stock market was rather, active
today. The nun from San Francisco
that tho directors of Hawaiian Com
merclal had voted .an extra dividend
of 25 cents, payable on June 20, was
received with JOy, although It has been
expectfd for some time and prophesies
publicly made weeks ago.
A good deal of this stock went nt
$39.2.", today. Olan slumped back to
14 r,o. A number of dividends were
The Hawaiian exchange reports 200
shares of l'urlsslma Oil sold at 2Cc and
the following oil quotations:
frcmo Petroleum 35
Honolulu Consolidated, ..'l.SO 1.90
Humauin.i ,05 T "?)'
Jewel . . .
Tho taklbg orlfealfiiii)iy In tho case
of the United Stiites ' against Colt
Jlohrou aiid otlieru for.Jliu.condoniiia
llon of uliotit live Acres'" ot"land ad
joining Fort He Ilussy, began thla
I morning, W. II, Casllo taking tho
The Govoriiment Rooks to condemn
the property for S10,000 while tho
owners claim over double that amount
for their holdings. Thuro uro two re
spondents In tho suit. Amy Thomp
son, represented by Attorney Magoon,
having been held yesterday by Judge
demons to ho without n valid right
to participate In tho action, tho other
two parties to tho sut being David.
Xoliolpq. represented by Holmes, Stan
ley fy qipqn, inn U. Castle.
Blank forms for tho new system ot
sanitary Inspection beginning July 1st
have been printed and lire ready for
service by tho Territorial Hoard of
Health. Tho forms Include provisions
for tho sanitary Inspection of laun
dries, cleaning and dyeing works,
meat fish and vegetable markets. Ice
crcum uurlnrs, restuurunts, bakeries
and confcctlonaries, slaughter houses
The forms will give complete data
on tho subjects covered and It Is ex
pected the work will do much toward
Improving the conditions of nil uirta
of business places that cater to the
The Civic Federation hold a meet
Ins yeslonlay In tho rooms of tho
Public Servlco Association and do
omed to make July :i "Civic I)av.
Fioni nlno to twclvo o'clock on thot
day mi offoit will ho maila U Incrcako
ino iiiemiiortiiiii to 500. Progress In
getting the members will bo lecls-
torcd by a gTant thermometer placed
i(i nom or iiuail(tiarters.
Secretary Jlrynn hroachur) n plan
Ilia), met wli ItiBtant favor, that o(
planting rnroumit trees In groves Hut
will Hank lio harbor entrances and
make the wuslo places mora attrac
tive. Tho cluh also voted $100 cash
nuil $25 n iiionlli for tho support of
tho 1'iibllc Servlco Association.
Weekly llulltotl'n M jjerjar,
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Ja. H. Love)
I JOY RIDING GOES
ON LOCAL LOBSTER BOATS
Washington Warning May Ee Wide in Its Scope Wilhel
mina Away for Hilp Korea Ip at Ten Tomorrow
v Plenty of Room For All Applicants' for Transportation to
Collector of Customs Stnckablo fir
ed a bomb Into the camp of tho Bin
saturated this morning when ho caus
ed to be iostpd a llarlug notice which
In giving warning In letters of deep
est black and several Inches In length
has brought about deep gobs of gloom
among prospective Joy riders In Hn
wullnn oyster or lobster boats.
Sitting on tho hurricane deck ot tho
wobbly and uncertain water wagon
lias Its gleo and sorrow. Ilapld tran
sit on lobster craft has as yet never
been attempted hre.
Accoiillng fo a 'notification that now
greets tliu cyo'of the visitor to ihu
upper levels ot the Customs Adminis
trative building, there Is all Boris of
trouble ahead for that reckless and
sinful citizen of tho great and glori
ous United States and Its dependen
cies who In n moment of mental aber
ration should bo far forget the cim
ni)n8 of polito society as to attempt
to Induce "an Intoxicated man to
work on an oyster boat."
The message of premonition and
omen also goes on to stuto that should
such transgression bo nrrulstcd In. n
penalty calling for at least nlno
months' Imprisonment can bo Imp6s
vd. Old waterfrniiteru who have here
tofore looked tiKiit tho lobster craft
peacefully riding at anchor nut wide
ly hut tir -well,-'now take a half hitch
nt-'tho-waist 'linens thoytmgs'-this
purleutuoiis message, ami silently rp
o)vp that If. any "intoxicated men"
succeed In. breaking .into Jabs, on MJ's-
er, boats in Hawaiian, watrrs. It .will
not bq ut (heir solicitation. s.
It may bu that tho Cdlocdr will
ho asked for a ruling as li whether
the warning sent out from Washing
ton would bo applied to thosq "Into
xicated persons" who mlcht hnvo'liecn
Iniluccij to mount the upjiur de'efts of
tlio water wagon.
Tho outcome Is nwnllcd with breath
less Interest by tt local thirst ridden
6 i . , !
Plenty of Room for All. '
There Is certainly no dllllculty ex
perienced In securing transportation
to the coast the.se days. The Miitsou
Navigation steamer Wllhclmlua Is
suiting for San Francisco at ten
o'clock on Wednesday morning with
nbuut one hundred ami thirty cabin
passengers. These will not bo crowd
ed n the. least.
Tho hp Oceanic Sierra, with am
ple accommodation for at least two
hundred and twenty-live cuhlu pas
KQiigorH wl prohaliiy lcavo the, jiojt
ulso at ten o'clock on next Wednesday
with few over o.no hundred pussqn
gcrs. This palatial steamer can cas.
Ily accommodatp p,ver ono hundrod
moro should I hoy apply.
On next Tuesday wll arrive Ihu
Cunadlq.n.-Ati.st.rnllan liner Mijkura
ntnl according to n pnhlo received at
t,he local agency of T. . D"Vlcs nnd
Company that stpamer can accommo
date oup hundred passengers In tiu
various cIiibsrs. The Mnkurq ns Yell
as the Sierra and Wlltelmna Balling
for the coast on tho following day
a,ro destined tp Jeavo Honolulu with
Ab ono shipping man remarked this
lunrnlng, "jt's moro people and not
moro Bhlps. that wo peed these days,."
Japanese Boat Will' Be Watched.
Tho arrival ot .the T. K. It liner
America Mam whlcl) vessel Is re.
ported to ha,vo galled from San Fran
cisco yestorday will bo awaited lieio
with unusual Interest by shipping
people. Thoro Is a possibility that
tho San Francisco Federal authori
ties mlgjif havn overlooked a iiortlo,!
of the rich consignment of yium
that was pluced cm board tho steam
er whllo at tho Oriental ports. The
America Muru did yield somolhliig
Ilka S7G.O0Q worth of tho drug. Its hid
ing place having been tipped oft by
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Auents Mumm's Champagne
one of, Chief Wllkic's sleuths. It
seems to be generally understood that
the America Muru will come In for
n enreful searching upon arrival horo
next Tuesday morning.
Korea May Yet Sail Tomorrow.
There Is still a possibility that tlio
Pacific Mall' steamship Kore.1 may bo
dispatched for San I'ranclaco on or
about 'six o'clock tomorrow evening
though this matter will not ho def
initely settled until after Shipping
.Manager Frederick Klebahn and Cap
tain Saunders have hold n confer
ence. Tho Korea Is duo to arrive
about ten o'clock tomorrow morning
bringing nearly ono thousand tons
general cargo from Orlnetal ports.
Tho yesscl has room for somo thirty
passengers from this port, netting
the frplgl)t out of tho vessel in time
for sailing In the evening will mean
r.ania lively work tiion the part ot
Hyade Bringing Lumber and Supplies
A cnho received nt thp ugeticy of
Castlo, and Cooke this, morning an
nounced the departure ut the Watson
Navigation slcamcr Ilyndes from Se
attle , yesterday with 1300 totia cargo
nnd 35,000 feet lumber for Honolulu.
The vessel Is to pay a visit to other
Island ports and In transit has 2Jit
tons freight for Port Allen and .123
tons cargo and CO.OOO feet lumber for
discharge, ut Kahtiltil. Tho Hyudes
Is expected to luko about ten das
to comploto tho trip. No mention Is
made-'.ot ai: Hloc,kdilpmcnt by this
vessel. , .
Wllhtlmlna Takea Volcano Tourists,
Thirty-six passengers left In tho
r.ti'ainer Wllhelmlna for IIIIo. and
from there will tnka special train to
tlio Volcano, Tho stcamor, will bo
given 2160 Ions stignr nt Hllo. Ar
coidlug to proseut plans, tho vessel
IS tft return to Honolulu by Sunday
morning. Tha Wllheliulnii Is sched
uled to depart for San Francisco ut
Ion o'clock Wednesday morning tak
ing a largo number of passengors and
a full cargo of sugar.
Four Months' Passage Ended.
Terminating a pnsBiigo that requir
ed ono hundred nnd nineteen days to
complete, tho American ship K. M,
Phelps, or better known as tho White
Ohost, arrived at Philadelphia yes
terday with a full load of sugar tnken
on ut Honolulu anil Island ports. Tho
ship wu3 one, of sovera like vesspls
that wet p imdpr charter with tho Su
gar Factum to carry cargo to the
Kast coast of the.' United- Slates by
way of tho Hprn,
Mlniourlan Sailed Last Evening.
Taking im a considerable iiuautlty
of sugar at this port the American
Hawaiian freighter Mlssourlau sailed
for Kauuupall and Island ports at five
o'clock Inst overling. Tho vessol will
proceed t(i 'H,llq to comploto cargo
and thn take up tho vpyago to 8a
llua Cruz. Whllo nt Honolulu, Now
York pargo jhqt loft tho Atlantic
coast iiort on April 14th nnd 20th wns
Quarantine on Fruit and Flowers.
A cablo was received at the local
pgency of C, Ilrower and Company
this morning advising tho local ugen
cy for the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany that state riuarantlno Is enforc
ed against fruit' Ily, Notify passen
gers (hat they must submit all bag
gage una iarces U government In
spection on arrival in Ban Francisco.
Ilaggago must not contain fruits or
plants o"r other horticultural producls
Loading for Hawaii and Maul.
Quantities of fertilizer, lumber and
general lines of plantation supplies
are going Into tho Inter-Islund stbtim-
, (IsAntioKias mj
h.rd.n.d SI..1 CBJtr llher tr.a
Anti-Skid I ... I U lough, llxlbl,
Studs do prevent JcaKS&l V nd BOI,: J
I . Ull,lin yi5lsBgcSSH5K puncturing
i q IMF
IN STOCK BY
The von Hamm
tt: !TTi i c ii 't r '.
M Claudltio and Jtho. tMnilni 1-Wt.?;
i4neso vcsseis'win ttepartrror'Hnwatl
"and Maul tomorrow, Tha Claudluo
leaving at Ovo o'clock In tho evening
for I.tihalnn, liupahochoo and Hllo,
while the Mnuna Um will get awuy it
noon for Komi and Knit ports of caU.
An Iron contnlncr for carbonic gas
such us Is used In the miiuufactioQ
ot soda water exploded as It wus be
ing placed on hoard the steamship
liiicktnuii nt Seattle iccpntly nnd ns
a, icsult of the accident, Stanford
., . ... u ,''- .i ...... 'I...
jjviison, a imaiswam, and Albert Mey-
.ci, .i iiMih"'ii.iii(i, iyuiu uaiuy iiijiir-
k , I r
MA wlrelass message; wns rccelvud
ffoniMhy, faiikl steamer Argyll at As.
tbrla'.on Mav 21. stattuir that ilui
tprlavon May 21, stating
iicliooner Washcaloro wa ashorp, on u
mall Islam) oft Cupa Seliai.lliili',
twelve miles below Hoguo lllver. No
nlin wnu lnut .iti.l . . ( l.i. . . A .,u1l uu..
c xxm iwBffi .Liusvtuis m ra
r.,,,,.,,.. ... ,ur Biiu ".nuinnm-n-
Per stmr. Miiitna I.oa for Kona nnd
Kau K)itK,'.Iuno 10. Clian. I.ulH, WV
Ham l.uls. Thus, Luis, 11. S. Norrfx,
Miss M. Uarn, Miss Isabella llarn, W.
Todd, Clarence Wells; 0, I.eong,
Todd, (1. ' Richardson, Miss Ncllio
Hlchnrdson, Miss K. Darker, Ilss M.
Harrison, Miss 13. Ilarkor, -Miss M. '
Hnrrlsott, B. Aimennn, Oco. Armennit.1
, j r
Al I.ng U I.lno F areeiwel! Mm the City and County ordinances ,11
Orcenwoil Miss M. McCuhbln II. IX 1 rcctIy Bpepiry ,at t(, ,,,,, ,mmcI.
nrya.it, Mrs. I rynnt, Chiis. Lincoln. ,,a Jobt 10 clI1lIoyco 113t ha .
C. A. McDonald, James Morso. Louis aI(eil , 10 cl(y ,, Col1ty for ,
"aEl,ar- least one your."
Per stmr. Clnudlno for Hawaii and I .., ,, , l0 , , r
Maul imU i, Juno Ifi.-Mrs J. K . Kn-j m,urC(, city nnd County Attorney
lama, A. M. lirown, C. Andrew, F. K. Calhcart.
f,leC1'; h"UKi l: 8"MI,,B.M' "Ves."' replied Supervisor Low. '
Dow J. W. Senrle Mrs. J. Dow Miss ..TlleI1) , , , . ,,,
1. Wcnglcr. M ss A. Urohmor. B. V JoU- WM q ,, Iccd , U
Miller, I,. Lohrlmer, MI"b Iloso Cum- Qy Attorney
mliw. Phil Ng. WaJ Chang. P. Cum., , 10 Illea,; Sll.)Crv,Bor MV.
mlns. Thos. ciimm '. W. Cummins, , i)lnh1ely ro,0 ,h8 Mea'g0
J. .. Coke, C A. Wright II. Cray. , 0, , falr ox ,-, MldeavoroiI w
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai porta R00t, l0 r(lTl0(1 fce of
?"nJ7, "' "t'!,i "tDe.,";- suggesting that Inquiry bo made con
las, C. Kuhlnmn, A. Kuhlman J ror- cern1. , oxuct ,,, -
nandez, M. nrnnn.lei. Sarah llano. n,1K,Hteo to lu ,,, 8m)0rvll,lTr.B of.
J, Pcnelru, Manned Perrolra, Antonn fjce
Porrelra, Miss S. Puulkoa, Miss It. .. (nok 10 maUer U() w)th (h(,
1? . t., i. . t.. ,' County Attomoy this morning," said
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai W(ler ,,,.. ...,. , ,,,. .h. . ,,,
ports, .luno 15. Miss II. Mnhiilkt
Mrs. N. Knlehelolo,
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
1 V. M. Thursday, .limit I.',.
SKATTLK Jupo 14 Sailed, S. 8. Co-I
lumblan, for, Honolulu, i
SKATTLK June 14, sailed, s S.
Ilyndes for Honolulu (not as re
MAHUKONA Juno 15, arrived, Hkt
I rm gar d from San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA June 10, arrived, S. S,
Chlyo .Maru, hence May 20.
SALINA CKUZ Juno 13, urrlved, S,
S. Virginian, from Hllo May 30.
WIHKLESS 8. S. Korea will arrive,
Saturday morning nt 10 o'clock nnd
may sail Saturday afternoon for
Tom point tiros fi a. m., 71; 8 a. in..
74; 10 a. m., 77; noon, 78; morning
Ilurpnicter, ,S a. in., 30.nr(: nbsolute
humidity, 8 a,. ii., C.1U5 grains por
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 u. in.,
C8 imt cent; dew point, 8 u, in., 03.
Wind ti n, m., velocity 2; direc
tion Nl',; 8 u. m., velocity I, direction
NU; 10 a. m., velocity fl, 'direction
NK; noon, velocity , dliectloii'NK,
Italufall during 24 hours ended S
a. m., 0 Inch.
Total wind mnvomont during 21
hours ended at uoon, 130 miles.-
- Youn Co., Ltd.,
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii
'I U." .ARRIVED:
"Fl.iir!iu .Inn. 1R
Island isirts ltosecraus, Am. stmr,
Wednesday, dune 14,
Hllo Wllhellnliia, M. N. S. S., 5:30
Sallna Cruz via Kaanapall Mls
sourlau, A.-H- 8- S., 5 p. m.
Ti.)(:1 kii-yjiVi I
(continued from Paoe 1)
i no tegui point enmo up last" night
when tho Hoard refused to npprovo
that part of I lie hnlt-iuoulh'H payroll
whereon Anderson was credited with
seven days' salary ami Jllss Swnyno
""Miss Swnyno has boon a resident
of tho Islands about four months."
I Insisted Supervisor Kben lidw' wheii
tho matter of mulling :i special ap
propriation to cover tho young lady'j
uiurv ,,.. i,r,,.i,n,t
I unto Hint
)1W . ,,,,.. ,.,, , ,,... ,.. ,.,,
, j Miss Swayno cannot hold tho posi-
I ! tlon. I regret it very much,' This
I j eamo up so suddenly that I can say
nothing about hpr successor,"
J? Final papers hiiyo boon (lied In
tt tho transfer of Walklkl projiorty :j
from tho Illsliop Estate to P. M. tt
tt Pom) ami n new rcsldciico con- ti
It ter will soon ho opened up. " tt
This property Includes what Is M
now marshy land makal of King n
tt street and between tho Lowers tt
tt nnd tho Saratoga road, close to tt
tt the Fort Do Hussy grounds, Mr. tt
tt Pond's plan Is to nil the low land tt
tt with earth from his property tt
tt near Diamond Head. Ho will tt
tt then lmvo first class building lots tt
tt for beach residences.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet$All Inter-Island Steamers
IM' TlVtt I
licit road commissioners appointed
under the law passed by'tho Inst Leg
islature held their first mooting this
Marston Campbell ,wns the only ab
sent member, the commission deem
ing that It was more Important to. get
to work; than to wult for tho return
of tho Superintendent of Public
Andrew Adams, was named as
chairman nnd T. II. Perle secretary.
It was decided that an effort bo
made to hayo County Engineer Gere
servo ns the engineer ot the Commis
sion If Hie proper urmugemetit can'
be made so that lie can do It without
Bcrlously Interfering with his duties
under the city mid county administra
tion. One of tho licxt tilings to he done
wll be for the commission to make a
tour of the Isjolid to overlook tho con
dition of the roads nnd also to assist
the members In reaching a decision
on tho.exnct line of the belt road;
Those present ut tlin meeting were
Andrew Aiams, T II. Pctrle, Mayor
Fern und Supervisor Dwlglit,
. v ,.
, Fourteen, 'hdnor griiduntes
celW) thfclr diplomas from McKlMley
Tlll.1, U.Unl .1... 1 -I A.
,. .-..imm,i u. ,,iu KruuuuiiiiK exer
cises to bo held next Tuesday evening
at McKInlcy High School ut 8 o'clock.
Tho school Is closing a. very successful
year of work, and not only the honor
students, iut all tho graduates as well,
have maintained good grades In their
The honor students nro thoso who
lmvo maintained an average of 00 per
rent, or better during their High
School course' and huvc at the same
time established their reputation for
character and personality. ,,Thu llstot
graduates Is as follows'.. . (jj
HonorjSti(dent.:'h ', ' J
Colllgo jfiitrnticp CojD-sei4-Mao!i7ar-'vi-
..I'nrl'TOVTOfW Wvr. riliina
Margaret Kronen, Kstlier Pit Khilhig.
H;leii Harriet King, Annie
KOIig. Ynklklchl Kalsiinul. TO
Iiiml, Alfred Lester Murks, Pearl iijlla
Oeliornl Course Kstlier Ferrelra
Colburt" Entrance uCoiimo Tat v,m
f lO'I'ifal .ld.-Ji. . Kenneth Clark
ADleH, Howard I'lise, Yuk En, Hurry
lieu Tet Kong. .Mary Shut l.en I,ee,
Joshua., Dickson Pratt, Ellzabetli
Schllef, Marjorlo Smith.
C'ommcrclnl Course Clulro King
Horry, nazel flarm-tt Ciiniilugham,
ICllzabeth Moheu Engllsb, Krnest Coo
En. Dolly May Certs, Atinii Harrison,
Eynngellne Stella Hawkins, Eleanor
Liuil Holt, Kolonion Sing Hung Hoe,
Sarnli Aullko Kiillnn, Emma Searlo,
Annlo Fo JIu Kong will give tho
salutatory nnd Blgim Muo Catherlno
Wlknndcr tho valedictory. Itov. Itob
crt E, Smith or tho Methodist church
will gvo tho Invocation, and tho an
nual uddrcss will bu made by Princi
pal l'erley I Horno of tliu Knmtdia
Muyor Fern must submit somo
name other than that of J, K, Paelo
for tho position of road supervisor for
Koolnupoko district -If he wishes to
have u share In tho naming of tho ap
pointee. Tho solid Republican six are
ugalnst retaining Puelo in olllce. It
Is claimed that most any other person
with somo familiarity with the work
und tho district, would prove sultablo
to the Republican majority, but In tlio
Inatanco of Piielu, tho hoard, with tho
exception pi Muyor Fern und McClel
lan have token u decided stand,
Thut is, Hint Puele will have to step
down and out.
He may he kept along until after
the first of July; nt that time tho pro
visions 'ot a now law enacted by the
lust Leglsluturu goes into eltcct which
has to do with removing tho appoint
ive power from the mayor.
Paelo continues to hold down tho
Job pending tho appointment of his
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