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All tIiUIdx insinbsrn of tkc
Order ore cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ladf et
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
URINE ENGINtEBS 0th aim
JEKEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, cor.
-7K. McKINLEY LODQE. MO. 8,
r. of p.
Mesrs ovary 2nd and 4th Saturday
Tcnlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilerelanla. Visit
lug brothers cordially Invltsd ! at
land. F. F. KILHCY, C. 0.
K. A. JACOI1SON, K. 11. B.
40N0LULU LODGE. 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodgs No CIS, D. T. O
Clks, meeti In their hall, on King
treet, near Port, every Friday
olng. Visiting Urothorv, art cordially
mvltsd to atteni.
D It IHKNimua, E It.
OKO T. KLUIXIKU Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first nnd tlilril Tiiciday
of each nioiilli In lV.itmilty Hull. I U
O. F. building. M'lltliiB hrotlniu cor
dlully Invited In attend.
XV. J. IIOMNSON. Sachem.
11 V. TODD, U. of R.
OAHU LODQE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Friday at
"JO o'clock, Pythian llnll, corner Ib-re-
tanlu timl Port streets. Visiting broth
em cordially Invited to attend.
, R. DECKEIl, C C.
i o. ih:ini:, ic of n & s
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourth Wednes
day evening of encli month ut 7:30
o'clock, In San Antonio Hull, Vineyard
street, near F.mmn Visiting brothers
are nIted to uttsnd.
P. HIOllINS. W P.
W.M C M'COY, Secy.
IMwnrd llirle, tho noted Psychic of
fan Francisco, who for oer twenty
veurs has been prominently Identified
vrltii the Splrltuullsts' societies of Ainer-
' in Honolulu nnd will demon-
ti-"vl , 'hlc idienomi nu, etc Spirit
'. u-'.lic on till mailers given. Dally
"' ', i vcnlngs hy appointment. Tel
"nt u . 'II or nt residence, 7SJ Kln.iu
. irind Sccnnco every Thursday
' ,'chick C050-2W
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3038
te FINI3 MH.I.INHRY
I.' BOSTON BLDG. TORT ST,
1027 Nuuanu Strsat
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
t., Ladles' and Men's Hats Reasonably
City Transfer Go.
JAS. H. LOVE
OIL TANKER MEETS
ON HER THIRTEENTH VOYAGE
W. F. Herrin, Pursued by a Hoodoo Officer Weday's Birth
dayNo Coast Freight in American-Hawaiian Mexican
Mauna Kea Here With Hawaii Cargo Mauna Loa to
Bring Big Coffee Shipment Four Stowaways to Try the
The smashing of a big electric light
'lttlng soon followed l llio paitlng
of a cable wlilf.li suppoited a sling In
which icposed a number of drums ot
ell ami several other accidents of like
natuie are leportcil b Captain Mc
Donald, the master of the fine oil
tanker V. P. lien In which Is now
discharging :i quantity of fuel oil and
iii.iuv chums or distillate at Hallway
wharf .after completing a lojngo of
nine dais fiom the coast
" I'lils louiuls out the lirst lap (it
the tlilitcentli vo)iigc for (Ms vessel,"
wocfull ckrl.iied uu oillrer this morn
ing. "I do not us a general thing
Like uiiieh stock in a hoodoo, hut I
believe Hut such a boognboo Is stow
ed abo.iid this hooker, Judging fiom
ibe train of misfortunes which have
overtaken tho vessel since nulval
Pom stnwuways wcro drugged fin til
from hiding places amid the gaso
line drums soon after the Hen In had
IHiHtcilcd to sea fioni tlio California
nil ut Tliey vvcio Induced to tr a
hand ut the working of thu ship and
it did not ieiiilu n grc.it deal of per
suasion to secure their rather reluct
The tanker has hut u half cargo
of ciudti oil, hut tilings down nu uu
usual largo number of diuuis of gasu
line. The Herrin used the Hivverful
searchlight last evening In coming In
to tho harbor and with good results.
Tim vessel will bo given u pioiupt
dispatch through the local branch of
the Union Oil Company to. which ven
sel ami cm go mo consigned.
Tourists Galore on Wllhelmlna,
One bundled nnd twentj cabin and
27 sleeiago passengers iiio lojorted
as on the was fiom San Francisco to
Honolulu In thu Mntson Navigation
liner Wllliclniluu which ticcnidlng to
icpoit received hero last night, gives
that vessel's position us 1284 miles
Tho wlieless was leceived through
a iclay with (ho Japanese steamship
The Wllhelnilua Is bringing down a
larcje cargo amounting to 4GSC tons
for discharge nt Honolulu, Hilo
freight Includes 1225 tons. Nothing
's said concerning null nnd It Is there
fore presumed that tho Tcii)ti Marti
vill bring this shipment to tho Is!
ands. There uro 114 packages Wells,
Fargo express matter on board and
Tho Wllhelmlna Is to berth at
Hackfeld wharf and Is duo hero nt an
euilj hour on Tuesday morning. Tho
liner Is roiorted aa meeting with lino
weather on tho voyage.
Big Coffee Shipment Due In the Ma.
Two thousand sucks uf coffee until
ercil ft nin Komi pints Is duo to ur
live hole on next Tuesday inoinlng
in the Inter-Island steamer Mauna
l.on. Accgidlng to a ieKiit brought
lo Honolulu this morning by olllcers
in tho I. Ikelike, the, Kona and Kan
'luer also has about tbice thousand
Clicks of sugar for dlschargo here. Tho
Mkollkc letuined fioni Kukiilhuolo
and Honokaa bringing but a few pack
ages suuiliies. Tlio vessel met with
moderate tunics and light winds. One
passenger in rived in tlio vessel.
Wireless News for Japanese Liners,
I'uiher Fiauk Cavarly of tho now
Tovu Klsen Kalsha Hliliiyu Muni now
beam nil the emoluineiitu us woll as
title of l'Mltor of tlio Hlilti(i News, n
daily uuvvHiaper published on boaid
tho palatial liner anil dlsti Hinted fieo
of chuigo to nil cabin puHsengeis. Ac
cording to Cavarly (lie T. K. K. has
(omiilcted arrangements with (lie
United WIicIpbs Company for a dally
W.C. Peacock & Co., Lid,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mtimm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
news sorvlco by wireless to the ships
of the Jnpnncho line, In view of the
fnct that the United Wireless station
nt San Francisco mid Kuluiku, aro In
nightly communication with Japan, It
will lio a comparatively simple mutter
o Keep In dally touch with the ships
of the T, K. K. fleet. I;very day ruch
ship will receive, a brief nummary of
the world's news. The ships of the
Japanese Hue are equipped with
printing prcsrcB and the wireless bill
lctliis will form the basis for a dully
uowHpnpcr, which will he served fresh
each morning with breakfast
Japan Will Subsldlie Line.
Japanese government will bestow a
substantial subsidy towards maintain
lug a lino of steamers to ply between
JaiKin, China mid I'hlllpplnejiojlaac
(Hiding to lcporled statements coin
ing from T, Okiimn, manager of the
Manila branch of Mitsui ltussnn Knl
rim. Mr. Okiiuiu sulci that Ilia Jap
anese parliament bad voteM a suhsbl)
for n steamship line between Japan,
Hongkong, tho Philippines and thel
Polynesian Islands, but that nothing
definite as to tho line had yet been
Freight rates In Japan he said weie
III in mid the piesent tloublo In China
ho thought would not materially af
fect them. The coal maiket In Japan
ho said was nt present (inlet, but that
the Chinese trouble may create mori
Passengers, malls nnd freight for
Lnupahochoo In the Inter-Island liner
Mauna Ken had to ho ovcrcnrrlod and
left at Illlo hccaiiso of rough weather
ut the Hawaii uit. Tho Mauna Kea
discharged the Ijiupalioehoo freight on
the return trip. The vessel was nn
o.u ly nrrlvnl this morning bringing a
largo list of cabin and deck passen
gers and freight Including shipments
of tho usual empties, 20 cords wood,
2 ciates chickens, 37G0 feet lumber,
200 sacks rice, 20 crutes turkeys, one
auto, 200 hardwood tics mid 195 pack
pges sundries. Tho vessel met with
strong trades and swells on the voy
age. Tho steamer Kauai was at Pa
palkou, tlio Knluhtn! nt Kuknlnu und
Holene off Nltilll nt tho times of ho
Maunn Ken passing these points.
Sparki from the Wireless.
Wireless messages received lat
evening from stenmcrs piocccdlut; to
or fiom tho Islands Included tho fol
M. N. S. S. Illlnnlnn, en route from
Mllo to San Francisco, 8:30 p. m
November 24.-828 miles from Hllo.
M. N. S, S. I.urllne, en routo from
Honolulu to San Francisco,- 9:30 p.
m., November 24.-937 miles from
Honolulu; mnderato trades nnd
U. S. S. California, Colorado, West
Vliglnla, Maryland and South Dakota
en route from Suu Francisco, will nt
rlvo Tuesdaj afternoon.
Mail Has Reaches! the Coast.
A large mall dispatched to the main
land In tho Puclllu Mull Steamship
Korea leaving here on November 18th
arrived ut San Frnuclsco jesterday
morning accnidlng lo n cable received
bv tho local brunch of tlio .Mel chants
Mexican Brings No Coast Cargo.
Cleneiiil Fi eight Agent C. l. Morse
of tlio American-Hawaiian line has
teen advised that tho freighter Mexi
can duo fiom Pugut Sound on Decern
her 4lh will In lug no freight from
Sun Francisco or Seattle. Tho Mexi
can Is pretty well loaded with cargo
transhipped at Ibe Isthmun fi'om Now
Yoil; and leaving the Atlantic coast
TIDES SUN AND MOON
H i4 1 U 2 i
J. J. "r I r i
Kny. aw. um. utn t in. tUc
.11 .14o SO1. Ins si; iii vi 0.1; .MS Oil!
i ne k siw it ii ei;' m;"ci
31 4f g IW 9 3.V it IJ Olh.M; 0(1
M S JO U M l7 Old Ml 7.40
'i 5M- ib 5 ft in is tioeio'M; a
0.31 .n .Oulo.li 3 OS 0M. SI" ii
J I 7.16 1.7 i 3t 3.1) 11,1V Mil .M;t!i
New moon Nov, .20 at 10:11 a, m.
Temperatures 6 n. in., 70; 8 a. In.,
7ii; lu a. in., 7C; noon, 7C; morning
nitrometer, 8 u. in., 29.0.1; absolute
humidity, 8 u. in., 7.017 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
74 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., t,G.
Wind C n. m., velocity fi, direction
X. i:.; 8 a. in., velocity 2, direction K.
K.; 10 n. in., velocity 9, direction S.;
noon, velocity 9, direction S.
Itulnfall during 24 bourn ended 8 u
in., 0 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, HI miles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Table to Merchants'
Saturday, Nov, 25,
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Nov. 21: S. 8.
Mongolia, hence Nov, 13.
COI.UMHIA HI Vi:it Arrived. Nov.
24: Schr. Ik-nance, from Port Allen,-
KAHUI.UI Sailed, Nov. 25: Ilktne.
Koko Head, for Port Townbend.
SAN FUANCIHCO Sailed, Nov. 2C:
noon: S. S. Sierra, for Honolulu.
P. S. Wllhelmlna, wilt urrho Tues
day morning early with 120 cabin pas
sengers and 27 stcerugo pagHCiigcts.
port In tlio Kcntucklmi Oct, 11, the
Oiegonliin Oct. 17 and tho Tcnu Oct.
23. Tho Amcilcan-lluwulluti steamer
Arlroulnn Is the next vessel to bring
freight to the Islands, urilving heio
on oi about January 14.
Noeau to Sail on Monday.
The Inter-Island steamer Noeau
has been placed on the berth for dis
patch for Kauai polls on Monday aft
ernoon, Tho vessel will tuko freight
for windward iwrls. Tlic'Noonu car
ries no pashengeis.
Mindoro Arrived at the Sound.
The m rival of tho American
schooner Mindoro ut Port Townscnd
is reported by the Merchants' Ex
change, this vessel having sailed
from Honolulu In ballast on Oct, 28th
Purser Phillips of tho Inter-Island
bteamer Mauna Ken rexirts tho hirn
Albert mid schooner Mlnnlo IX Calno
as discharging lumber at Hllo.
Per stnir. Mnuua Kea, from Hllo
and way ports, Nov, 25. Miss M, C,
Michaels, l C. 1-clpt, W. N. Campbell
and wife, Miss Ii. U Uattelle, J. W.
Hall, C. T. Day, Mis. Ii. II. Moses.
II. W. Diggs, W. J. My, E. C. Puxton
and wife. Mis. I Self and ilaughtur,
J. P. Medolros mid wire, M. llotelho,
Ceo. F. Davlcs, K. nelsecke, C. P.
Woods, L. H. Conucss, Major i,. Ma
tleka, L. A Thins ton und wife, C.
Woltois, S. A. Ilaldwlu and wife, Mis.
it. Mutheson and sun, H. STltzor, W,
'1. Hopkins, II. M. Hepburn, 3. llcnrd
nioru, I. I,. I.iko, T, Muchidu, T. Osa
kl, J, Ordensteln, Kev. lto, Y. Ila
inuru, T. Plckurd, Miss IC. C. Jordan,
F. J. I.lndcunan, F. Hearing, J. Jor
genseu, Mrs. If. T, Walker, Mis. C.
II IlinUovo and son, II. I). Ilalloy,
Mujor Willis, W. C. Aclil, W. Moir
tons, II, Akona and wlfo, O. W. Ahoy,
A. Kiafts, Mis. Q. 8. Wright nnd
child, W. 1). Lowell, W, J. Conroy,
8. A. Kc)stone, I), II. Murilock, MrB.
Samut, J. I). McVeigh, P. Schmidt and
wife, K. Akahoslil, II. Ilnsher, II. Cor
ruan, S. S, Pnxsoii, li. F. Hellbriiu, 8.
Ilaramolo, W, K. Mnkul, wlfo mid
i I'.tSSKMIKHS HBIMHTKH 1
Per Htuir Clniidlue, for Hllo, via
way Kiils, Nov. 24. J. U Coke, (leo.
Lindsay and wife, W. von Holt, Mnjoi
Wooten. J. Oswald Lulled, I. Triniu,
M. H. Cupellu and wiro, MrB. Colly,
Mrs. W L. Maples nnd Miss Maple,
Father Justin, I, Y. Chuck, Chuck
Hoy M. J Moore, 8am Llu and help
ei, I. J, Hind, .1, P, Cooke.
Malls are due Trom the followlni
points as follows:
San Frnuclsco Tenyo Muni, Nov. 28,
YukDliumu HlbeilH, Nov. SO,
Vlcloila .Mnrnma, Dec fi.
Colonies Miikuru, Dec. fi.
Malls will depart for the followlns
IHituts as follows;
Vokcdiama Teiilo Maui, Nov. 28,
Vancouver Mukuin, Dec. fi.
8au Fiunclsco Liberia, Nov. SO.
Sydnej Mnrnma, Dec. 0
-BULLETIN ADS PAY'
HOW TO BEAT "SUGAR TRUST"
CIIICAdO, 111. "Wo are going to
do our best In the west lo cliciiiiivent
tho sugar trust wllh the beet and the
bee," said John T Chainlets, ninny
ears n resident ot Sangamon coun
ty, Illinois, who now owns ii farm in
the famous Cache valley of Utah, In
Chtcngo tho oilier day. "We have
paid tho piiBt summer nil the way
from 8 to 11 cents n pound for sugar,
which cost us an average of 7 cents
n puuid In 1909 and 1910. Tho peo
ple of the Hocky mountain country
enn nt IrnRt lnnnofncturo the sweets
they need tg bring that Idea to frul-l
Hon, Conditions In tho great semi-'
arid region nre right for sugar mak
ing, we feel certain, nnd wo iiropno
largely Increasing our beet acciago
and factories next ear.
Goes to See Experts.
"Ilut we are to give especial atten
tion to honey. Following a discussion
In August of the product of the bee, I
took a trip tg lllooinlngtou, III., mid
Medina, O., to get from experts a
comprehensive Idea of what was need
ed to get Into honey-making on n
largo scale. Two of the chief crops
of Colorado, Wvomlug, Idaho, Mon-
(Bperlal Hull ,-t 111 OncrcHp"iiideiieo.)
WAll.l'KIJ, Nov 24 'J'liusu who lire,
nut nwuio thai Wiillukii lenity has gone
up nearly one tboiiiund im'miiI with
in tlio last few yeais will bo tuiprlscd
lo know that mm of thu Ma real ( statu
iwiki'ii of this town ban rifiisul nn of-
fir of thlrlv nuts n Miuare foot or,
about ll'l.guu mi inn1. Fifty nuts Is
unhid, wlikli Is iiiiilvuliut to nboiit
$'.'2,1100 nu lure This Is piuperly on
the main tbiuoiiRbfiiii', mid ml Kent
propel ty has ulso gone up In propor
tion I'mi otlur towns outslili1 of Ho
nolulu prcsdit so good a showing lu
The success of the moving plctine
shows ut tln Orpheuin Iiiih Induced utb
ir Ineiil. I'vidtnllstH to coiiHldir viry sc.
liously the possibility of starling
miotfur moving plitllle concern on
Market (duct. The promoters hiiyc lu
view the (inpty lot owned by the Wii
llukii Mai Let & lind o. Ltd, con
taining nn uren of about ten thousand
Hitiarc feet, which is u portion of the
Millie hind cm Willi ll Ibe lll.ul.it now
Htunds nnd which lot was acquired
Proof Hint the sanitation campaign
tins done little rial llnaiiclal damage,
even with nil the banana tices cut
down, Is furnished by the fact that
l"red I Wnldron, tile appraiser luiuied
lo estimate thu damage done through
the deiitriii Hon of the b.uuina trees,
has to (Into found only about l.'OO
worth of trees cut ultogetlur In cases
vvlit re liu has liecii called on to miiku
One claim of n slightly larger amount
,.. ....i , i... ii.... ,... nu ..
IN I l-lliri("ll LI, KIT fl'll,IIIKt uui nn .
'iiuittir of fact llttlo money Injury
freeius to liavo been donu tliose nctial-
y dependent upon the trees for Inciimu
In spile of oil the outeiy against Ilia
cutting of Ibe bulimias, nil the alleged
(ouiphilutH of the grc.it ilinuagn being
(lone, It nppeurs that $20(1 will cover
the combined losses of those whoso
tnes wcie appraised.
Chairman Wallir F Dllllugli nu of
the cltl.ens1 vanitatluii committee, ills-
cussing brhlly the wolk of the (lean-
up Hiiuads. reportisl this inoinlng that
the liaiiiiiui-tiie cutting is pinetleally
"Our po.ley Is not to Interfile with
Hie cominc; chil planlillloiiH, mid tho
olhti trees mo iiiiKtlcallv nil cut down
within the limits livid bv the onhrs,"
No uu i Hug or tile committee was
hi Id loilav. mid e'liaiiiumi Dllllouh nu
said Unit Hie next one will bo belli on
Mou. lay, when Um loiuiiiltliu will mal u
u tour of Inspietlou
The hupiivImhh are making a linn
leeeuil now- lu Hie in.innir in whliji
Ibev um gitllng the hellliid-UO lUllbiru
out of tlje way, said .Mr Dillingham,
mid ut pieswit time s no iied-sslly for
IlllVlllg npotbei gdleilll (le.lll-llp i.).V
n u si eniH iniir on mat tne i m-
ens must i:it III mid In lo illsoosii of
tliu ifiirbuge, we may call upon llicni,"
be said, "but now tlio sup(rvioiH are
coping with Ibe situation nnd Ibe kmi-
bage Is being dlspusid of inpldl) "
When AKbblsboo .Tobn Pnilec. kiiiiu
to lie enrdllial, ntuiun lo I low shines
111 Ibe hitler pail of Deeembei be will
be lilld oil Ills elevation to the college
AND EAT HONEY
tana, Ptah, Oicgon and Wnsblngto'i
aio alfalfa mid led clover nnd there
are no better neclnr produccis in tli
world than these two foingo plauU ,
Almcover, It Is well known nmong hre
raisers that dry, warm weather, nicli
ns one nlwnv-g llnds In the summer!
sfciiRou In the mountain regions of the!
west. Is that most favorable for the
secretion of nectnr by nil flowers. Lit
tle rain falls theie during the blos
soming season, and the blooms n'r
particularly well ptotected from fall
ing water bv various Internal struc-
tutcs, such as papillae and cushions
of hairs nnd spurs. The blossom or
the raspberry, for Instance1, Is droop
ing, nnd, while It holds the nectar
by oddities In the arrangement of lis
constituent parts, no water enters It
May Hit the Sugar Trust.
"Wo know from the blblo and other
nooks that lioiioy was almost the only
available source of sugar I" tlio an
cients. It would serve the sugar trust
right If tho people of most of the
states west of tlio -Mississippi rlvor
should an Into lice rultiirn 111 such a
wholesale way that they could pimp
heir fingers In tlio faces of the bar
ri dill the Wallukli Sugar Co. u few
jenrs iigo nt tin1 rale of iibiiut f 115.411)0
mi acre, or what was known nt the
time us ii in to 1 ixihauge fur Uu1 lulf-
ucri1 lot vvds in til lily exehiiigcd for
light ones of good, futile, vvatir-rlRlit
County ('lu I, I'ml P Kane ami the
liiembcrM of tin1 Maui Loati ('oiiiuils-
slmi lift Uibiiua fur .Mohikul Ibis
Wiek, Die fin mi r to leglstir voters who
will present t Ileum her, for reglstrn
Hon, mid the latter to complete thel
tour of Inspection of the ne(ds of the
various dlstilctH lu Ibis counlv The
big touihig car biloiiulng lo Ibe pollen
(b pailiueiit has Ikiii till, en to Molo'cil
und will be iisid for cooviylug th'1
county mid Tirilliul.il oillelals on IIkIi-
ulllilnl tour fioni Kalae lo llil.iwn on
the exlreini1 uoilh
(1 W. It Kvvurt, formerly manager
of the Klliiiiu plmitiitlon on Kauai,
wiih ,'i visitor In Wallukli this vvcik.
I)r J Weddlclc of this town, who knew
Mr Ilvviirt years ago on Knunl, sboHed
the visitor mound dining Ills brlifstuy
I TltANNI'OKT SIMtVK'i:
Dlx, arrived from Manila and Naga
snkl. Nov. 21.
Logan, from Manila, for San Fian-
clsco, nrrlved Nov 11.
Hheimnn, nt Manila, awaiting onlers
8hciidau, nt San Francisco, arrived
Crook, at San Francisco,
Ituford, nt Sun Francisco.
Warren Stationed at tho Philippine
Thomas sulled from Honolulu for Ma
nila. Nov. 15.
RETURN WITHOUT RODRIGUE6
Once more, Chief Mcliumc, Captain
CIiuh. Huker anl tho special ofllceis,
who went out last night In search of
Petor Itodilgues, iclmncd today, min
us tlio prisoner. They aro all tired,
and as soon us thev leached town,
tin1)' returned to their lesiiectlvo
homes to tnko n lost,
ONLY 90 MILES APART
MEET AFTER 30 YEARS
WINSTHD, Conn, Nov 11. (Jeorge
W Siu.illey and Mis. William II Meade,
lumber ami tlstc r, who li.nl not met 'n
tidily team mid hud mourned lachotb
ir us ilenil, luivo Ikcu holding mi In
tdcHtliig leiililon lit the lattu'H lioinii
In Daiibury Ms Mi'uln mid In r
hiolbir foi nn i ly livid with tbelr pir-
cuts In New York More than Ihlit)
years ugo the lucillicr man In und
iiiovid lo Uing Island
Not lung lifter he lunvid away from
New York Mis Meade wmt lo lliew
stir, N V., und remained Ibciu iiulll
slui went to l.ilililli.
Mis Meailo li.iinnl Hi it lu i- biollur,
who Is Hlxt) -seven Juilii old, Is a
gieat-uimiiirullui He Is lu Uiu iou
biiHluesH mid lives Iii IlKliinonil Hill,
L I , only 11I111I.V iiiIIih iiwii) fiom In 1
PA8ADI:N, CiI, November 7 A
gold cup mid bonunes up In $SlWo bavo
been olfend by the hankers ol Avlnloi
C I' llodger.i to unj ilv.il nluuaii who
can bleak Kodgerii' ti.insioiitlnuilal
iceoid of foitj-uluo davs This was
'uniiomiied today by LMw.ud Muiiltt
I Him ot lioilgem' business repH'seutn-
tlv'ii 'I ho bipiusus, It was stated
would be given as follows- Olio bun
dled dollaiH u day for ovuiy day cut
f 1 mil the loly-uliio-day lecord; $r.nil
for each dii) under forty days; ?00ii
mr imiii iiny uuder thlrlj-llvo.
Atimigemeuts ueiu ininplulei for
ItodgeiR tu fiiiiiplitu his lllghl ut Uing
iieacu. uu ugieed to lly thine on Sun
IN DIMNESS LINES
Dufty'G Purs Malt Whlskoy
Is the giealest
illtll.MHII Ill'lI.If Kit iiml
known to medicine.
It uttacks the neat
of the disease,
drives out llw
germs nnd ie
bitllits the tissues
In a healthy, nat
Sold ev cry w hero
in hi:ai.i:d iiot-
Ihc Huff) .Mull WhM.r '..
Hut 1 4 lr, V Vm V. S. A.
WHO'S WHO ON
According to news received hy the
I) ii I let I u, the Mister of the cruiser
llee.1 coming here next week Is piuc
ticully the Eiime ns that published In
this paper some time ago, wllh tho
exception that the .Maryland bus been
added to the visiting list since that
Tho Marj land's i osier Is ns fol
lows: dipt. John M Clllcott, commauil
Ing; I. lent. Coin. ('hint. J. Uiug, l.leut.
Com I.loyd S. Khaple). l.leut. foul,
ilalpli II. Poe, l.leut. Win I. Callioun,
I.leuL (J. (! ) Harry I.. I'enci1, l.leut.
(J, (I.) Fiauk ,. Fkluiiit, Lieut. (J. (1.1
Claude A. llonvlllmi, Fuslgu V. C I
Stiles, Chailea XV Ciosse, Itlehald V.
Wuest, .Miilslilpinrii II W t'nder
wood, P C Sheiliiau, J. T. Al
exnndcr, T A Paikei. Ilarr W. Illll.
N'oruiau I. Klik, Mi 1 1 it Hudson, John -S.
Hales, ChmleH (I McCoid, W. I.'
l.iu;liui,in. A Bui genu F.ugcno A.
Vlckei), P A Suigeiiu Win. t'h mill
ers, P.tvniaslci UP Tobej, Cliaplaln,
Altluir SIiiih1. Captain of Marine
Chandler Campbell, lloatswaln Win
I! A Kdiwciin, (iiinuer Henry Me
Hmi), (luiiiier John K Thouiproii, Ma
chinist Finnk It linker, Machinist
Piedeilek I Kinliiek, Machinist
Hclvvln W. Abel, Chief Carpenter Clay
ion P. Hand
The tjpbolil cpldeiiile that broke out
'it Komi fume little time ago Is now
nearly nil uu r, ik em ding to 11 11 port
riecUeil this nmrnliu; I I'leslib-nt ot
thu llo.iHl of Health Dr. .1 S II Pratt
fiom Chief luspietiir How 111,111 of Ha
waii Wllh tin1 ixeipllon of one mini, nil
the putliiitH bitvi1 bcili Ills rated fioni
iU.iriiiithie llowman has Just in nle 11
tilp of the Island mid states that con
ditions geiuiiillv are much linpiuved
Tin plantations are fulling Into Hue
well mid Hie move mint for In tier kiii
Itatloii throiiRliout Ik Inlleves will be
Sirs. Frank Athciton and Mrs. Ken
neth It u ncs are the hostesses In
liaigo of the mealing of the College
Club which Is to lake place al thu
Colonial 011 Tuesday They luvn
planned a rovlml of collego days
stunts and an exceptionally delight
ful meeting Is anticipated.
The December meeting Is .to bn
open to tho n lends or tho club, (iuest
days hnvo been Inaugurated fur thu
(list time this season.
mis. i.vmikiio wi.vrs
a roi.in: iiiimii:
Mrs Louisa Imdeio, a lesldeut of
Kwn, wnntn lo get 11 polke badge.
.She called on Shcilff Juriclt today
niid iiBkcil him to give her mm. She
said thin inoinlng that Kim ban been
acting as Filipino Intel pictoi- in I he
plstilct Cuiut ol llwn for homo time,
and now believes timl hlui should bo
inadiT mi ollher of Hint eoiiit. Hut in
Older to show her mithoiHy sho
wullts 11 pollcej badge,
SherllT Jarrett hinted today that ho
would have a consultation with Dep
uty Kheilfi Jack Fernando of Hwu
befoio ho could cciuiply with Mm.
IN MOSQUITO FIGHT
The situation In legal d to the vil
loiV fever Is all illiel. aliii cvcl) llilug Is
running smoutbly, uieoidlug In Hie in
pint liaiiihd lu to thu (Iniei our by In.
Piatt this illuming
The wink of the cuinpilgii Is going
along without 11 I1II1I1, mid the mus
iUlln5biccdln' places me g1.11lu.1lly be
Twi nt -one .bipaiuse llsbei men were,
miesli-il bv 1111 intent of the U. 8. fish
erhs but en 11 .on 11 1 Imrgu of Illegally
llslilnif In Aluskmi wiiteis.
TI111 rioililisiH iiude rein likable gains
al A11I111111, N Y, ami idiLted uu nlder
111.111 uinl a iikihIki of the boanl of
uuiicrvlsoia. --VOtf'' k, 4