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Why a merchant, wh hat good
goods for tale, wants to keep Infor
mation about the goods confined to a
comparatively few, customers, Is be
yond the comprehension of any man
who realties the value ef malting
known to the people the merit of good
Prom San Franolseal
AlnSknn September IS
Fr Ban Franelseei
Blbcrla September 10
Marntna September IS
Zcalandia October 12
Tells It Plainly an& Without-Frills
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5030.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TENYO MARK MAILS RIFLED : MONEY STOLEN
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Declaring (hut llio Intercut of tho
Federal government In tlio Hawnllan
Islands nnil In Onliu particularly In
very strong mid Hint It 1h tlio Inten
tion to mnko thin Island n vcrltnble
Olbraltar, Hint It In now onl) on tlio
threshold of fnmc; Hint when the Pu-j
nainn Cimnl Is, opened nnil tho enor-J
nioiiM stream of trnfllc from tho other
nlde comes through nnd makes this
occim mi Importnnt one, tho prosper-j
Ity of these Islands will Increase, Con- j
grrssman Julius Knlin of Cnllfornla
addressed n crowded gathering nt the
Commercial Club during the lunch hour.
Marston Campbell, retiring president k
of tho club. Introduced tlio Kucxt of,
honor. After thanking the member I
for tho hospitality Hint had .been shown
blm during his stny hero, Mr. Kahnj
"Vou linvo much hero thnt Is In com
mon with the States of tho miilnlnnd
that border on tho raclflc. Tho great
ness of our Territory la only on tho
threshold of fnme. When tho Panama
Canal la opened nndyour products can
be taken direct to "the porta on, tho
Atlantic Coast ul hImi to Kuropc, then
your growth "Will lo'mftrveloun. You
produce hero many things that tho
whole world wnnts. You produce them
In abundance, nnd, n In tho enso of
pineapples, the demand exceeds tho
supply. I.lkewlso you will nlso bonhlo
In get n supply of labor from southern
"Tho Federal government Is deeply
Interested In theso. Islands, nnd espe
cially In Oahu. for the fact Is recog
nised that tills Island Is tho key to
the Pacific. Whoever holds power
hero occupies n position that will en
able It to' defend or attack tlio main
land. The Federal government has de
termined to use every effort to make
Ihls n veritable Gibraltar. The' best
nnd last things In tho engineering de
fense line will bo plnceil hero, nnd then
should there coma n call no posslblo
loe can attack thu mainland.
"I stand by the President for arbi
tration, but nt the same time bellevo
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IMilllii Peek. Innir noted as a leading
flnni.clcr of tho Territory and Identl- Jcclvlng stntlcn is almost perfect nnd
lied pnrtlculnrly with tho upbuilding of Is one of tho best systemn of handling
Hlln and thu IsIuimI of Hawaii, died. lepers that I have yet come across,
this morning at his homo on Peiisncolu "Tho Idea nf putting them Into cot-
trcet at tho ago of seventy-three itngPH Instead of tlio old barrack kys
jcars. bladder trouble, for which nii.tcm Is undnul tcdlyl a lino one, nnd ill
operation last Thursday gavo no re- though we nro woiklng nlong tho hhiiio
lief, coupled with his udvnnccd iige, lines, wo luixe nothing to approach
was tho iau of death. I e " "
A natlvo o' Germany. Mr. Peck had'
been a resident of Hawaii for many
jears. Ho was oni of tho founders nf
the First National Dank nnd of tho
llllo railroad. Hu promoted a coffeo
plantation In Olaa nnd nt the time of
his death was president of tho Island
Perfume Company, with olllces on
llerctanla street, and secretary of tho
Hawaiian Tobacco Plantation Com
pany. Of lata ye-irs ho had had reverses of
lortiinn In his business affairs on the
lslnial of Hawaii, but his business
judgment and uciimen always com
manded respect, Mid ho has a largo
clii'ln of warm personal friends,
Mi. Peck It it vns it widow and three
children Ml Htclln Peck. Mrs. O. K.
Wall, wife of Dr. O, 1) Wall, and H.
H. Peck, chemist lit thu experiment
stallnu of tho Hawaiian Huvar Plant,
irs' Assoi'lallon, He was it Miisuniilid
nlllllated also with llin Odd Fellows
mill lllks, 'I ho funeral was held this
nlli'iiioou nl 3 n'onik from llin WIN
Hams iiihIki lulling pallor", Ilia fumin!
ten lies btdllU prlvale, leriuet WU
lipidn lit NlllliHill (nuclei)'
if, flinruit ' rilriillli wan (r. !Vi,'n
l!)lrlan. He said Mil imirplin; thai
Mr, 1'iili fa Hid In inlly Mini' llin oil-
IHjbjll, II i ilwll llmi u niily it
LUitmr VI MiifW.
SPEAKS FOR GREATER DEFENSE
. 0. OFFICIALS
OF BANK MONEY
Malls containing twenty-flvo hun
dred dollars In gold coin, consigned
through tho postofftco department to
tho Dank of If-iwnll liorc, wcro broken
Into on bonrd tho Tcnyo Mnru some
time, while that vessel was on her
way. from San Francisco to Hono
lulu, and ono hundred dnllnrs taken.
Some Inexpllcuulo circumstance
prompted the thief to leavo his work
probably unfinished, for In tho uamo
mall-hag thnt was open whh nlno
hundred dollars moro within easy
reach of his hand. That thu theft was
not much greater Is considered by
those who have been working on the
case as remarkable.
In splto of a vigorous Investigation
mndo by tho postofftco oOTclals hero,
no cluo to tho Identity of the thief
has been found, so far as can bo
learned. Tho news of tho theft camo
out last evening Romctlmo befnro the
Tcnyo left for tho Orient, and a
search was1 niado of tho vessel then
for cities that would fasten the theft
upon some one on board. In fact,
tho vcRsel was delayed fifteen min
utes In getting nway. The postomco
pcoplo it Is understood, had sovoral
possible suspects on the grill but
without avail. However, tho nctlvb
ties of Federal officials were notice
ablo and tho news soon got around.
Tho money stolen wus part of a
consignment of $2500 In transit to tho
Flank of Hnwalt from tho bink's San
Francisco correspondent. Thu monoy
was In inall-bngs. When tho money
nrrhed nt tho local postomco yester
day and a clerk was sent, from tho
AUSTRALIAN QUARANTINE EXPERT
GETS POINTERS IN HONOLULU
Dr. W. Perrln Norrls, chief of tho
luurnntlne set vice In the Aurtralliiu
Commonwealth, left today by the
steamer Wllhehnlna for Ban Francisco,
In continuation of bis tour around tho
world. During yesterday ho was
around part of tlio llnio with Dr. Ila
inus and the rest with President Pratt
of tho Hoard or Health, the latter tak
ing him for a trip urnund the Island.
Breaking of what ho saw, In Hono
lulu, Dr. Norrls Mild this morning: "I
havo been n.ucli Impressed with tho
way In which you handle things here,
and soma of 'tlio matters I am going
to tako lip with my own government
nfter I get back again. Tho Kallhl ro-
Dig business houses and prominent
men nro on tho petition to rolnstato
dipt, A. N, Tripp us harbormaster
that was tiled with the Hoard of liar-,
bor Commissioners and taken up this'
afternoon, dipt, Tripp was In have
been dropped and W, It. Foster named
III Ills place, hut Cap!. Tripp's friends
havo rallied to his defense.. Action
on tho matter was ro for red In tlio
rnmmllten of the whole,
Tho petition Ih lii'Mdnd.lij' llnckfnlil
A Co. and union k other who sinned
win 0 tlio AiiiKllciiii-lliiwiillnii H. H,
Cn, llruwui' in Co, Allen & lliililiit-nn,
Isiwhih & Ciiiiku, CiiHtln H Cookii, ,1.
II, Clink, luli'i'Maml imapany, I1' I,.
Wulilioii. I'' A Helmed'!', Hawaiian
I'VllllUor nmipaiiy and ninny ollmi'N
Tim I'llv Mill i'iiiiiiiuiy Ktnifi Hid
wmk of iiiililiiK iiiy'ul fi't'l nf
Hiiiluti imiilii iilitiiiillihi uUliiir a in I in
't tIT'TB ir lilUU'Hll'li liUWMI'H rf
Hank of Hawaii In check it up, tho
Ions was discovered. It was found
that ono of tho bugs ha been cut
open and the hundred dollars taken.
A rigid search failed to show any
fmther loss, but according to ono re
port today, there is evidence that the
postofftce probers found Indications
thnt a greater haul was attempted.
Tho bank then turned tho matter
over to Postmaster Pratt and tho ln-1
vcstlgatlon was Immediately begun.
Tlio money, while nn board tho Tcn
yo. was under the caro of a Japanese
postmaster, who was questioned. I
Although the loss la comparatively I
slight, tho dlscovory that somo ono
hns been nblo to tamper with tho
mall-bags on board the Toilyo and
rifle thorii of $100 without detection
has stirred the postofflcc officials
,1ni,1tf Thau nltunllltnlv ,lAllnn fft
discuss tho case, or even lo admit tho'
thoft. Frank .1. llaro, tho postonVcc
Insncctor Rtatloned here, who Is In
chargo of any Irregularities or dopro-
datlona through tho mulls, is out of
the city, and It could not be learned
today whothor his absence has or hns
not any connection with the matter,
Both 'PoslhiaslSr ".Pratt and George
W. Cnrr, superintendent of tho Hallway
Mali Sorvlcc, decline to talk-about the
theft, though not denying tho Tacts,
So far as can be learned, this Is
(ho first Instance, of Its kind in tho
history of tho local ortlcc. Tho amount
of money taken Is negligible, but tho
Investigation Is expected to result In
a shaking up In the handling of malls
on tho Tcnyo nt least and probably
on other Pacific steamers as well.
that. Your iiunr.tntlno arrangements
and thu way in which you handle tho
AsIiiIIch coming In are also very good.
"Tho-tlilng which Impressed mo most
of all, however, Ik tli'e"l!lno way Iri
which the Federal and ,TTrltorlal peo
ple work together. It Is tho secret of
the whole, thing, nnd ns long ns they
do that ou will always have n suc
cessful service. At tho present time
your town should Uo well protected.
"Ily tho way, talking of tho town. I
have been overwhelmed with' the hos
pitality that has been shown mo since
I enmo here. I never expected any
thing like that, nnd especially when
during the afternoon your president ol
tho Hoard or Health, Dr. Pratt, started
around tho Island with mo. I havo
traveled pretty well nil over tho world,
but I must say I havo neer seen nny
thlng to equal what I snw yesterday
during that trip. Tho scenery Is per
fect and I shall remember It ns long
as I live."
Tlio management of tho Mnana Ho
ld announces a danco tonight In hon
or of tho army ulllcorH and ladles nf
the transport Iigan. Thero. will bo
Hawaiian music during llin dinner
hour. All local army and navy folks,
nnil society generally, nro cordially
Invited to attend.
Frederick II. Newell, dlretlor of tlio
li'chiiuallon I'trvlcn, has returned from
a Inur ol Initiation projects In llin
1- '! l' ! .
Conlio, llin only ollmr bidder, unnlcd
l'iliiissnu wus itlvt'll for llin llllu
llllilti pavlim n'iiilii In put it Hlul
Ml hi down on llin llai'lifi'hl wluiif, lf.
Il lent .liinu liy ten feel uldu. This
i linfilmin f t'ii uf (iis u iii limit
I Associated Press Cable.)
I PORTLAND, Me., Sept. 13. The re.
I turna from the recent, election now
give aa thr latest figures 505 agjlnst
the repeal of the prohibition laws.
However, the Lewlston Journal, which
lo pro.prohlbltlon in Its attitude, pro.
phestea frosa the returns that the
state will go wet by SCO.
t Associated Tress Oablc.)
CATANIA, Sicily. Sept. 13. Mount
Etna'a eruption is Increasing In serl.
ousness. Seventy.nlne new tissues
have been opened. There have been;
fifty distinct earthquakr.1 In the last
twenty.four hours, and' a number of
houses are reported" destroyed.
WARD TRIES IT
I Associated Prrju Cable). Thirty-seven full boxes and ope Ualf paid Into the treasury In New York,
, NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 13. fu'n. The full ones with 110,000' In ho left, after having secured xuflklcnt
James J. Ward today left this city In rcli and the other with J20.000. Threo paper to Identify him nnd glvo him
a Curtlss biplane In an attempt to fly Hundred little bags, each holding IB,- tho O. K. nt the Kan Francisco trens
acrosa the continent for the $50000 (loo, and' being thrown about ns though ury. Then while bo was whirling
Hearst prize. jthey wern full of nickels. Thero sra across tho rrntliunt n messago wns
'bags of threo colors blue, whlto nnd flashed ncrose th. wires from New
Ward Is one of the contestants in yellow and each color with a story York to tho riibtreasury nt Ban Fran
the, bin; race who'ls starting from the Imaging on to It. Cisco telling them to pay hl'm over tho
Eastern coast. He will Bo by way of i
Chicago and the
Southern route, a die.
I tanee of at least 4.0CO and possibly
6 0C0 miles.
CSiacl.i! Bulletin Cable.)
PARIS, Fc Sept. 13. It is under
stood here that the French reply to
A- XL- ftl .. -I,...il. I.
r:u:nyc.mm7rcUr.qT.;i,y,.d".fr.;i'' omcl.1.. Allen ft Robin
hand politically in Morocco.
AND THEN SELF
(Bpecl.il bulletin Catile.)
WEG3EL. Ger., Sept 13 A laborer
here today murdered his wife and five
children and then committed suicide.
CHINESE ADMIRAL IS
FETED IN WASHINGTON
(Associated Press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 13.
Officials of the government are today
entertaining Admiral Chlng Pin
Kwang, of the Imperial Chinese navy.
ANTWERP IS VISITED
BY DISASTROUS FIRE
(Associated Press Cable.)
ANTWERP, Belgium, Sept. 13.
Fire breaking cut In the railway sta.
tlon here has burned many bulldlnQS.
The loss Is estimated at $2000,000.
ALT A, Cal., 8e(tt. 13. Robert O.
Fowler, the aviator flying across the
continent for the 160,000 Hearst prize,
is today repairing his wrecked biplane
and will stsrt on as soon as possible,
Hiiiihii'h hand nf nifiluly miikem to
llin liuiiihor ol lo'vi'iily wi'in iiIiiiiihI
Mliirihi thu ('iiimilliiii'AuiittHlliMi llimr
Mil lull ii by It'll llilil) iut iiIkIU nnd
ilml H'n'l vviiii nn liar wut in Vio
lin In hy Hnwii n'rliH'k. Tim lmr
nuiii'ii a inw iiiimmuM ninn mis
C'll III lli Vdlloiw t",
First Roster of Cruiser
Fleet Officer s Coming Here
blow Is published tho first list of Dakota, which being detained at
the officers caning In Hawaii with tho Maro Island to permit of' her repairs
big cruiser fleet next month. The list bcnK colI11,rtcii, ,,n,i t)e n.rt nnd sec-
wnj final up to September 4, ami there ,, ,,lv,lonH , . ,.flCllc ,r,,0 ,,.
will be few r any changes after ttiat ., . . ,. ,. , ., ....
dat.. At the lo.piest of the b u 1 1 cJ '""' "Miiprlsliw the Whipple. Hop-
tin. tho Associated 1'res.i furnished kl"' "'"' Truxlon. Paul Jones. I Vrry.
tho roster: i Preble, mid Stewart. These cruisers
I nnd torpedo bouts are under orders to
(lly Associated Press.) Isall from Han Diego, October 1, for
VAI,l,KJO. Bept. 4. The cruiser Honolulu, returning to" Kan Diego for
California, llagshlp of llear-Aduilral all target prmtlso on or about tho
Chauiicey Thomas, t-nuimaiidcr-ln-fhlcf
of the Paella: licet, will salt from
tho Mnro Island navy yard on or about
tbc fifteenth of Ibis month for Han
'fllegii, being accompanied by tho ar-
inoreil cruisers Wtst Virginia and Cot-
orado, which lire now at Marc Island,
having arrived last "week from tho
Ilreincrton nnvy yanl, their homo sta-
lion, where they had lioen overhauled.
The latter art of the month the threo
cruisers will be Joined by tho South
COILING SAT ON THE LID AND
DROUGHT $1,500,000 HERE SAFE
One and a half million dollars Is ly-
ing around on the lifnnl of the Capitol,
and a ring of bulKlng-eed men alt-
ting around It watching for a chniirn
to slip onq over on Treasurer Conk-
ling. Jt '1ms conic at last, the money'
for tbo'Terrllorlal bonds, nnd this ufl-
cruoon It will bo wifely locked away
In tho big vault.
In the blue bags rested tlio double'
eagles of last year's mintage nnd, nsi
Actlng-Oovernor Mott-Hinlth said, of
no use, for they nro n year old, and
anything gets out of date by tliut time,
In tho white hues there 'ire, the tens,
all bright and new front the mint, The
eaglo nn Jheso has a pair of pantaloons
POINT IS WON FOR PUDLIC HEALTH
Tho Walpilopilo cess-pool affair, In
volving tho hoard of honlth, tho city
ton, tho Hawaii and company and tho
bishop estate Ui Its vurlous phases,
is practically settled In favor of good
sanitation and sound public health.
Tho bishop estate, will Hi has takon
tho mutter Into Its own hands and
sent summary notlro to the tenantr,
! of tho property to vacate now re
ports thnt tho tenants havo compllod
SAILOR DOY TO
Tho littlo American schooner Sailor
Hoy, which camo into port In tow of
thu tug Intrepid this morning, flying
signals of distress, will bo repaired
The vessel has ono hundred and ten
tons copra taken on board at Fanning
Island. She Raited from the South seas
radio station on August 14th and af
ter several days out met with a se
cern storm which caused tho main
and mlzzentnast to go by tho boards.
Captain Knat) lias wired his con
signees, Messrs. Welgliltmin ft thane
of Han Francisco notifying them of
his trouble. Tim vessel Is making
water at a ratn that do lies, tho efforts
nf her pumps to keep the hold clour.
Tho roprn will lai discharged liTo,
the vessel go on tho marine railway
ami llin cargo limy Im shipped In tho
coast by annllier vessel, Mironllng In
llio decision reached by tho niptuln
Tim ni lOhh'lltn of llin Inula lux
fliloii)' nt Alden, M. Mill alimlusl ill
Hut iHiiuiiiiu'i'iinnl uf Upioii Him loir
' IIimI Im "III mv iur dim".
first of November. No auxiliaries will
arrompany the licet.
The roster of the officers nf tho vnr-
Ions vessels Is ns follows:
Commniidcr-lii-rhlcf nnd stnl' of
Pnelllc fleet, Mttarhed to IT. H. H.
California boar-Admire! Clinuncey
Thomas, ronnnniidcr-tu-rhlrf; Comdr.
Wnrren J Terhune, chief of stun;
I.lriit.-Coiuilr. William D. Icnhy, lleet
ordnance ofllccri I,loiitCiiindr. B. I.
(Continued on Paqe 3)
on. and they arc tho latest thing out.
In the yellow or khaki bags are tho
lives, nlso nt the latest pattern, and
warranted to wear well. Ily tbn way,
these bags are niado up out of old
'i"he stor of the" way In Vrhluh the
treasurer brought the money across Is
that of n sleuth. Wh'n It bad been
money when he had been Identified.
There was no trouble over this and
soon ho was tho proud possessor of
the million aril a half, plunks. All tho
money they had at the subtrensiiry.
however, was In double ensiles, and bo
did not want to bring this along with
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with tho order, except In ono case
whero an exception was made.
This oxcoptlon was on behalf of T.
Torada. a ,liianoso soy maker, who
would havo Kiiffercd a loss of some
thing like $3 000 If rorccd to moro
his full vats and plant at this time.
Ho has been given a few weeks to
mnko other arrangements'.
Tho rest of tho tenants moved nnd
tho property will bo flawless from a
sanitary standpoint beforo tho vstute
cuds Its activities,
FRUIT FLY MAN
E. K. Cnrnes, thu California ento
mologist sent hers by Ills State to In
vestigate the ravages of thu Mediter
ranean fruit Ily nnd report on a pus
slblo need for placing further restric
tions on tho lniHirtutlnn'ntii California
of Hawaiian frulta, Is working hard
nnd quietly, mid so far has absolutely
declined to divulge tho exact nature
of his Investigations.
To a II ti 1 1 n 1 1 u reporter Mr Carnes
lias Intimated that ho will not make
hi conclusions public until after ho
gels back to California. Meanwhile,
local fruit grnivtrs nnd business men,
threatened with serious blow to Is.
land Irmle, urn at it loss as tu what
should bo donu,
Thu Chamber of Cnminerrn trustees
will hold a meeting at 3 o'clock lids
afternoon, when t)iu inaltir I. In bo
brought up. II) rim O. Clark. Ihn pine
apple mail, will probably sit llin mai
ler uf activity In pirscrvn llio pineap
ple trade btlnin llio Irualees Thfl
i bandar has a nnnniltlco pained In
Inn), nflir I he mailer, bill only J M
)iitvill lias been In Honolulu slnro
(.'anion lias been Oll'l) ln nil III Inn
CARTER TO MAKE
Investigation of advanced sanitary
mctlnsls on the inaltdand and it par
ticular stud) as lo the recent progress
of health work nnd Its powers In tho
cities will be made by former Gov
ernor George It. Carter during tho
coming two months Mr Carter, chair
man of tho snnltury commission, will
leave for the mainland next Battinny. .
Mrs. Carter and their daughter will
iicroiniuiny him. Miss Carter will be .
put In cchnnl.nt llaltliunre nnd Mrs.
Carter will spend some time on tho
mainland visiting friend, but tho
ilialriiiin of the Kiitiltiiryfcommlsslnii,
after his Investigation 14 completed.
will return to Honolulu to tako up tho
During Ids nbence, the sanitary com
mission will nut bo Idle. Becrctary t
It. Heineiiway will probably be acting
chairman, mid tho commission wilt
have a very busy period, for Captain
Henry It. Carter nf the Public Health
and Marine Hospital Service Is to ho
In Honolulu shortly, brought by tho
Territory ns n .Federal health expert,
and his activities In .cooperating with ,
tno commission are cxpccten in iur- j
nlsh plenty of work.
Chairman Carter has severnl mat
ters relating to health to Investigate
on tlio mainland. He will look partic
ularly Into the most recent advances
along (ho Hn of mrillcul treatment of
tnbcrrulnsls ns well ns Its treatment
from u sociological standpoint. Tene
ment condition, its affecting; public
health, will be studied, nnd tho broad
tr matters of general health policy.
"Ono of the things I shnll take up,"
ho said this morning, "Is tho point em
pluislred by Dr. Ctirrlo when' ho asked
at one of our meetings, 'Is Honolulu
the only cltjl In tho United Blates
that, as n c'ty, has not the power to
condemn, buildings us Insanitary?" If
there are such cities nn tho mainland,
I should like to Know It. In other
words. Is It generally the policy to glvo
cities the power to destroy buildings
unlit for habitation and n menace to
"During mv absence tho work hero
will not bo rtopped. Tho snnltnry sur
vey now tinder way will bo vigorously
carried on. The question of lack of
funds confronted tin. and wo were un
certain whether wo should let this sur
vey take Its tinfo or, by employing men
lo look nfter It, get It through quick
ly If wo had taken the first plan, our
report would have tieen delayed prob
ably until January. -, I told Governor
Froar this , -and asked, him what lift
would prefer. Ho Informed m(i that Im
should like to seo the survey com
pleted as rapidly its possible, and that '
he would get tho funM for It from , tho.
eincigvncy fund. , j
"This survey hns neyer been at
tempted here before nnd will htj of
first Importarce. Wo shall then know
exactly tho health conditions of Ho-
iiolulq nnd what ire tho most urgent
TO HIS DEATH
(Kpeclal bullet I if Wireless.)
llll.O, Hrpt 1- Falling SOU foet
over a cliff, n Japanese, on tho llama
kua Ilallroad exl-iislon was killed.
HIL0 BUSINESS MEN
(Fpecl.it bulletin Wlrelrs.)
llll.O, Sept, 13 At it meeting nf
tho board of T.ailo today, a motion
was passed inviting Congressiusn
Kahn to be tho guest nf the llllo busi
ness men on his volcano trip.
Tho Oovernor will bo given a lunch
ton Cilday Ho Is still lnpeUlng the
HIL0 HAS TOO MANY
SCHOOL CHILDREN, TOO
(HlHClal lilt I lot In Wireless.)
llll.O, Hipl It- Thu llllo Urn slu
Hon will bo used In house the overflow
school pupils, and Hie Mooheail build
lull lis well
llecauno, as t nlleced, Ciiiiiln
.Inliumiu nf llin Wlllielinllia allowed
thu M'skul's iues in m iiiiiihii lulu
llin Inn lair ami nil id rout Him wniur,
a n Inri'sHijiillnii l Inln minle y (lie
ptfl'iilliuum of PuUllo WuiM.
Ri:. J&V&t, -