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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1911.
Mr ami Mrs. II, Sniiimonn and lit
tic daughter, utter n thica months'
pleasure trip on the mainland, re
turned In their home In Honolulu on
the Htennicr l.urllnc. Captnln Weedon
the commander of tho hIiIii wns hi)
nrfnliln nml Ititfinf .111 iiifiblim Mitt ii-m-l
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neiipois hnvo n pleasant tilp, th:t
iln voyage was like a large hcmo
party. There weie iiiiincruiiH con
certs, bridge parties and other en
leitnlninetitH that relieve) the monj-
timy ot the trip. While In Cnllfoinh
Mr. and Mm. Summons made their
heiidipiiirterH nt Sun Francisco, but
visited frleiulH In O.ikl.iml, I'etulumi.
Suntn Hnsa nliil Oakland. While In
l'.uioku, Cnllfuruln, they weie the
tresis for the weeks of Mr. S.iiiiumns
The College Cluh will meet on the
twciity-slxlh uf December nt the Col
onial Hotel. An Interesting meeting
Ih being anticipated.
Tuesday nflernoon, Miss Marguer
ite Wnilm.in entertained a few of her
friends Inrormnlly at a "thlnihlo pai-
tv." The hostess and her guests
spent " the afternoon making dainty
Ohilstmiis gifts. Shorll) In rule live
o'clock, dainty refioihinentK were
served. Among those present weie
Mls Dorothy Wood of New Yo. k,
Miss Marlon Chapln, Miss Thelimi
Murphy, MIhs Myrtlu Schumann and
Miss Helen .McLean.
Mrs. S. 0. Hoggs, n prominent resi
lient of S.ilt I.aku City Is expected to
unhe In Honolulu the llrxt week In
Jainiaty. .Mrs. Hoggs wiltes that she
Is intensely Interested In the Floral
I'urudo and front present Imllcitlons
:i niunlier of her friends will lslt
the Islands this year, In order to wit
noss the Murdl linn. Three curs
ngu, when Mrs. Hoggs wintered In this
c.tv, she stopped at the Konl H.i
A.1II.111 Hotel. Apuilmeiits hnvo boon
engaged at the same hotel, lor tho
.'Kcommodntloii of tlil wealthy socle
.Indue and Mrs. McKay of llllo, ur
i'ved In this city last Saturday on
the Matma Kca. They will lie tliu
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Zeno K. My
ers, during the holiday scummi.
Miss Ulalr and Mls3 I.ncas will
spend Clulstnins at their pietty homo
en the other side of the Island. Sev
eral of their Honolulu friends will
paitnke of their charming hospitality.
Mrs. flenrgo Simons, has written
twin Algiers. Africa, oxiiesalng t'-o
oesiro 10 isii iiousluiu tills w.nlei4.
7Irs. Simons ami her four attractive
children are tiklng a leisurely trip
mound the world. They will arrive
In Honolulu during the month of Feb
ruary, where they will reside for six
mouths nt the Hawaiian Hotel.
Mrs. Harold filrfard entertained
Tuesday In honor of her young sou's
second birthday. Tho guests and the
young host weie greatly Interested In
a fish H)nd, that was one of the
youthful aniusenic-trs planned for the
f iitertaltiment of tho youngsters. At
half after three n'rlcrk, delicious and
dainty refreshments were served nt n
large circular tJbli, dec nnted with
double hibiscus. Tie b'Ui Inns were
Ir. pink and while. The favors were
miniature basket fille.l w.th cjndy.
The handles were tied with pink sat
in ribbon. Among the, children who
,ciijo)eil the entertainment were Wa.'
ier Hobdy, Dillingham Ilarrlsiu
Conk, Mai shall Coiter. Francis F.d
wards, It. (innis mi I others.
The family dinner party given Sun-
day evening at the Young Hotel by
Mr. and Mrs. James Sutton McCain!'
less, proved n del'ghtful affair. Mis.
Haines of nileiishu-g, Washington,
v.is the honored gi;et.
Mr. If. Ailnms of San Frnnslsco Is
rrglsteicd at tho Hotel Pleusautoii.
Mr. Adams spent the autumn or l'JJS
In tho Islands. Ho Is greatly mirpils
eil in or the many Intpiou'incuts that
has been made In tho p-ist tlnee
Keen regret was experienced by tho
nriny fi lends ot Jmlgo and Mrs. Sel
len Kingsbury, when the wlroleis
enmo that they would not arrive In
Honolulu Thumb)' evening. Kvery
one expected tho steamer l.urllno to
arilvo on ellhor tho morning of after
noon of December tho twenty-first. In
that caso the .In go and his wlfochrlstmus together.
Yee Chan & Co.
A Merry Xmas
could have attended tho hop that win
oh en on that evening at the Oaliu
Country Club. Judge and Mrs. Sei
dell Kingsbury ate bath very popular
mid their friends ate delighted that
they will spend the holhlnv season In
Honolulu. They will be guests of Mr.
mid Mrs. 1,. Tcniiey Peek.
Mr. ami Mrs. Hen Ilildwln, the fir-
mcr nianiig-r of MnVawell plantation ' thq lirty, only relatives have been "cule cro, Carol Jones, i.iiuse
will enleniilii with a hoiino party dur-' united. The host and hostess and I ,'row- K"111 Shepherd, Mary Baylor,
lug the holiday season. The (Innlcn their guests will leave town Sunday 1 ?'" '"chants, K. llabbltt, Annie
Isle Is oxrcidlngly gay nml the Hn-i nrternoon and motor to Mr. and Mrs.!Knlc" Cooke, Carol Mooic, Alice
nolulii folk that will participate In McCnndless' home In time for dinner, i Moore. Elolso Moore. ly McCanil
Ibo festivities will have nil unusual-, .'ess, Helen Hitchcock, Mr, l.lvlngston.
ly happy Christmas and New Year.' Owing to Christmas Day fulling on I Kllraheth Hobdy, Maud Sanderson. Ids
i Monday, tliu regular meeting of the ( Weaver, Alice Jloore May Weaver,
Mrs. fleorge Sliorninn nnd Miss United Service llrldgo Club him been Helen McLean, Masters John Hay
Ijiura Nott enlertaliied Informally nt Miostnoned until Wednesday afternoon, nor, Alonzo Gaitley, Hilly l.ovc, Ulch-
liliiclieon Tbiiisday in honor of Mrs.
Ira nk I'nlniaii ot Kauai.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Victor King
will spend Clirlstnuis with Mr. mid
Mrs. CIHIord Kimball nt the Hotel
Mr. Stanley Kennedy of Stanford
rnluTslly will nrrhe In Honolulu
December 2fith to snend the ri-m.ilii-
tier of the holiday season with his
parents. Mr. Kennedy will be In Ho
iioluhi for nine days, planning to re
turn to California on the third of
Mist Dorothy liaitwell has been
spending the last ten days nt Koliala.
Mr. William Oudeklrk Is spending
(his I'lirlslmas vacation at the Phi
Kappa Psl house.
Sir. and Mrs. Kdvwird Watson nnd
their young daughter, Virginia, hae
been visiting Captain mid Mrs. Stal
lery of the United States Army nt
New Orleans, where the Captain Is
stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Watson will
spend Christmas with relatives III
Maeoti, (ieorgla. On January tho first
.Mr. Watson will go to Washington,
1). C. on n business trip.
Mr. Thomas J. King has been con
lined to his bed for the past fortnight
with an acute attack of Indigestion.
Colonel Wilder of the Fifth Cavalry
spent Thursday nnd Kilday In Hono
lulu. Mrs. Henry Frederick Wlchninii and
family are expected Id arrive In Ho
nolulu on January the tenth.
Miss Dorothy Guild will entertain
'at mi Informal tea at her home on
Collegn street. The day set Is Thins-
day of next neck.
Thero are u number of week-end
parties planned for this week for
Ilaleiwu. Manuger Clifford Kimball
has been busy booking people who
have decided to enjoy Saturday, Sun
day mid Christinas at his popular
Miss Josephine Soper left this
morning for Leileluin, where she will
spend the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Van Agnow of the If. S. Army.
This afternoon Miss Soper's host and
hostess hno made up n party to at
tend the polo match that Is to be
played for a handsome sliver cup
that bus been put up by one of the
Army olllcers who Is u polo enthu
siast. Mrs. Frank Putmaii of Kauai dined
Infoiiually Thuisday and spent the
night as the guest of Miss Alice
Mrs. Alexander Gilchrist Howes Jr.
Is visiting her inotber-ln-law, .Mrs.
Alexander Howes. On account or be
Ing In mourning, Mrs. "Jack" Howes
has not attended uuy formal enter
tainments, only iiecepting Informal
dinner mid other Informal gathering
Saturday afternoon Miss Helen
Spalding entertnlned a few friends
Inrormnlly ut tea. Among thoso pres
ent were Miss Helen Spalding, Miss
Huth Anderson, 'Miss Dorothy Guild,
Miss Ituth Soper, Miss Thelina Mur
phy, Miss Dorothy Wood or New York,
Miss Itoso Herbert, Miss Martha Me
Chrsney und Miss Mary Lucas.
Miss lleatrlco Castlo nnd Miss Vera
Damon, accompanied by their chape
ron, will spend Christmas In Herlln,
Geriminy. Miss Margate! Castle, Miss
ICthcl Damon nnd possibly General
McClellun's daughters will hu among
the Honnliilultes that will celebrate
King and Bethel Streets
Mi. Ficdcrkk Wlchiiiiiu will urrUo Imltcd to partake nt the fuiewell and
on the Wlliiulmlna on the -Oili of He- Chi IkIiiiiim dliiuer.
cember, returning to California on tho
saiiiu steamer January the thlid to ic- Little Mitt Mabellta Mead Entertains,
slime his Httidles nt Stanford Uiiher-, Kittle Miss Mnbellta Mend, nsslst
slty. i by Satitn Clans, entertnlned nnimi-
I her of her friends jeslerday after-
Mr. ilert Olbb, son of Manager (!lbbjllp(m nt ter hon)c nt Knlinukl. Among
of Alea plantation, Is spending his i or Rtiests were the little Misses Alice
Christmas holidays In the Islands. ;Incin, Jetg0 1)n, Knt'iierlno Mc
Mr. licit Olbb Is u Btudent at Stan-, UnIli Marguerite jIc,,enn, Orctchou
ford University. The lltst week , tjlcrbncli. Mnrjorlo Athcrton HulhNo
January he will return to California, i ,yc,)( M I-0(10 , Mabellta Mo
,, , M, i i f..ii. win
Mr. mid Mrs. U I.. .MeCntidlcss will
entertain at their suburban home on
' the windward side of the Island on
Christmas F.ve. There will be ten
December the twenty-seventh,
Captnln and Mrs. Dan lliind or the ! mg3loii, It. Samlersun. Hilly Moore,
Field Aitlllery spent Thursday mid Waller Glrtard, Warner Hobdy, Her
piirt of Friday In town. They wcro , ,crt Hlchards, II. Ilnbb:ttl Moris
the guests or Captain nnd Mrs. Cllf- j Vcl.eun, Ilaby Shepherd, Mead Ilaeh
ton Curler. 1 1 en and others.
. ... .
.Mrs. Willis entertained Mrs. um oi
the U. S. 8. Colorado, Mis. John Irwlu
of the West Virginia und Mrs. Arthur
Jlarlx Informally nt bridge Kilduy aft
ernoon at the Hotel louitiniiu.
Mrs. Montgonieiy Macomb bad u
slight attack uf la grippe during tliu
Miss Hill riot l.ucas cntci tallied
Captain i:illcott of tho U. S. 3. Maiy
lanil at limilieon Sunday nt her sub
urbon home nt "Niil." Miss Violet
Mnkee, Miss Nannie Cummins nnd
Lieutenant Thomas were among
Mr and Mrs. Charles Sllberson of
.Sew XJIni. .Minnesota aro occupying
iieuiitlful apartments nt tho Hotel
I'leusaiiton. They are so charmed
wllli Honolulu that they hae decided
to spend the entire winter In Hono
lulu. Mr. Sllberson brought his seven
seated l'eetless touring car with him.
Ho found the excellent roads In, and
around Honolulu an agrecnblo siir
pilso und considers motoring one of
tho chief attractions In the Inlands.
Mr. Sllberson Is olio or tho "wheat
kings" of Minnesota. His mills turn
nut tiOOU barrels of Hour each day.
Mr. nnd Mrs. David Itlce of Hniton
nru visiting JiiiIkc Hatch ut Walklkl.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Whirred Hnbbltt re
turned to Honolulu on Thursday nrtcr
evcriil months' absence In the Orient.
After a three months' business trip
J In the Orient, Senator Krlc Alfred
Knudsen returned to Honolulu on
riiiirsdny of this week. Ills wife enmo
up from Knuul to meet him, nnd also
her In other, who urrlved from I'urope, t
via San Francisco, on tile Korea. It I
Is regretted by Senator nnd Mrs. Knud
sen's friends thut they decided not to
spend the holidays In Honolulu, but re
turned this neck to Knuul to cele
brate ChrlMmiiH with their children.
(Continued from Page 13)
General and Mrs. Macomb to Keep
General und Mrs. Macomb will dis
pense hospitality by keeping "Open
House" on New Yenr's nfternoon. In
vitation. will not ho Issued, but the
General and his charming wife, will
bo glad to gieet friends on Unit aft
ernoon. A number of young matrons
will asslbt the host and hostess In
pouting ten, serving punch and hel-
Ing to entertain tho guests, A list
cannot be given. In this Issue,
ns all the women who mo to
assist, have not as yet been asked.
Mrs. Macomb's Illness this weok, re
tarded the consummation of her plans.
Ylctween the hours of tho reception,
the Second Infantry band will play.
Mr. and Mr. Hagens' Xmas Eve
Thirty friends will be entertained nt
in Xmas F.vo party that Is to be given
ny Mr. und Mrs. J, F. C. Hagens.
Mrs, Turner's Bridge Party.
Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Turner of
Hie IT. 8. Army entertained at hor
homo at Kamehamchu in honor of
her mother, Mrs. Edward l, Drown.
Thoro wcro three tables of hrldgo and
3 pleasant nfternoon was spent. The
house wns decoruted In red and
green. Among thoso Invited were
Mrs. Montgomery Macomb, Mrs. Woo
len, Mrs. Novlllo, Mrs. Wilbur, Mrs.
Arthur Mnrlx, Mrs. Frank I). Edwards,
Mrs. Danlol Hand. Mils. Putnam, Mrs.
Mary Wlddlflcld and Mrs. CnilckshaiiK
Farewell to Mr. Ben Brunt.
Mr. Hen Ilruns will bo tendered n
farewell dinner ut the Alexander Young
Hotel on Monday evening, Mr. Rudolph
Heydenreleh being the host. Mr. Hruns
Is to sail for San Francisco In the Oce
anic steuinshlp Sierra after n visit to
these Islands which hns occupied tho
better part of a year. He will proceed
to tlie Kastern Stntes, where Important
business mutters nwnlt his uttontloli.
Mr. Hruns will reurn to Hawaii nel In
mo Niru.K. niiioiiei-oi irieiius oiiuo
popular young bsulness man huve been
'Pan' Cordelia Mclnlyre, Juliet
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Weight, Kntherlno Weight, Mary Al-
"" J,c '' ''
-I". Margaret Philips, Winona Jones.
li'id Weight, (leorgo Klmlnll, Charlie
I cknrt, Ingenn Sleerc, Donall I.I v
mi MeStocktr't T.
MIks I'M I Hi t'nulvN, .Mrs. fliws Kings,
bury. Miss Helen North. Mls Helen
llockwelt, Mr. Herald Johnson and .Miss
Miirjurle Allen cnjicd the hnpltnllty
uf .Miss Julie and Mls I.ydla MiStoi'k
er nt ten" Thursday nfternoon.
Don Voyage Dinner.
A' bon voyage dinner, given for Mr.
and .Mrs. Fredirlck II. Damon, who
leave for the Ciust mi the l.urllno tills
evening, took place nt the Country Club
last night. Mr. Frank Armstrong nnd
Mr. I-iiurelice Iti'dlngtou were the Joint
hosts, covers being hi Id for ten. Tho
holiday splilt prevailed In the decor
ations the assembly roupi, veranda nnd
dlnlug'room being hung with Christmas
greens und Chines,, lanterns. Thosu
present were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
II. Damon. Mr and Mrs. Harold olf
fnrd. Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Davison,
Mrs. James Dougherty, Mr. Sam Walk
er mid the two hint.
Major and Mrt. Neville to Entertain.
Mnjnr nnd Mrs, Neville will entertain
u score of olllcers janil thefr wives
(.nrlstiniiH nftiriioon nt t o'clock, tit I
their home, nt Wnlklkl. This has been'
n long-t-st!hlMird Custom of the Major'
mid his wife, to wi-lrome their friends'
on Christmas Day? A delicious "egg
nog" will be served during the nfter
noon. Mrt. Alfred Cattle'i Luncheon.
Mrs. Alfred Castie entertained nt nn
Inrnrninl luncliiiiu tiiesday In honor of
Mrs. Frnnk Tillman' of Knunl. Among
tho guests were Mfs. J. Wnldron, Mrs.
(Iutne .Scbaefer, Miss A. Cooke, .Miss
Hatch, .Mrs. Frank I'litinuii nnd Miss
Harbor Board Chairman Ap
plied Oil to Troubled j
Waters at Meeting.
Here Is the oil on the troubled wa
tirs that Chairman Campbell poured i
lavishly at the meeting of the Inn nor i
commissioners last Wednesday: ,
"I have Just n few remarks to make
on the iiueslliins under discussion. It i
Is unfortunate Hint so much foolish '
illxcliMslon on the question of the llllo
wharf matter has taken place. When I
the Imiird was formed It wns n very I
great source of satisfaction to mo, I
bnvu had the active control of the har
bors of the Territory of Hawaii forowrl
four years mid have never had tho I
slightest truuhlo or discussion, other
than the llllo wharf mutter (past mid
present) unit that connected with the'
leaving of freight on the wharves for
mi undue length of time. I felt that the
Hoard of Harbor Commissioners was In
a position to carry out to u fuller,
greater and better extent the duties In
connection therewith than any one man, I
whoever he might be, us superintend
ent of public works.
"On the Institution of the board your
chairman concluded that open, free dis
cussion wns to be the keynote of the
board, and accordingly tho committee
of the vthnlo was established for that
particular purpose, so thnt nil persons,
whether members of the board or those
attending the meetings, would hnvo nn
opportunity for free expression or their
"I hnvo nothing to sny, other than
this; I think In the future delibera
tions of this body, that wo should con
fine ourselves to Hint particular Idea,
and I bellevo In so doing wo will not
only aid In the transaction of publlo
business, but do nvuiy with other than
the most friendly thoughts or each
And )et tho lively horse may not
be so much of a charger ns tho chap
who mis tho stuhlo.
David Joynl was fined 0 nnd costs
and sentenced to ten days' Imprison
ment for removing and destroying n
rmallpox quarantine card from tho
door of bis homo In Apponnug, It. I.
And vanity may bo thinking things
about yotlrso f thut other neiml
would liuver think of thinking.
POURED IT ON
N Jim lllythn had put In Just as hard
n day as they make them, grinding
out copy ns fast ns his brain nnd fin
gers could work, assisted by several
others of his Btaff, mid still the cry
kept coming through the "copywell":
"lley, there, more copy! You wnnt
the machines to stop?" It was n
week before Christmas, nnd the edi
tion was forty-two pages, nnd every
body had been certainly kept alive
Ho was Just about to turn out the
light when the door opened and In
walked ltlchnrd Cannon.
"Why, hello 'Dick! What can I do
for you? I was Just going home.
This has been a corker of n day, Just
"Say, Jim, ran I borrow your paper
for tiwhlle? I Just mean n very, small
piece in It, say about two Inches. It's
u charity Job, und I want you to
promise to print Just what I send
you for ropy, bo long ns It steerB
clear of libel. It's n little schemo
that I am trying on myself, und I
wnnt to see if It will work. Is It
"Suro thing. When do I get tho
''Well, I figured on your generosity
befoie I left home and brought the
first hntch uf copy along with me.
You run It tomorrow. It's all right,
even If you do not understand it at
first. You will later on."
The next day the following ap
peared in tho nflernoon edition of tho
"All Mugs will meet nt the regular
place for Instructions. The sack Is
heavy, and we huve got to do It early.
Let none escape. The pass word will
be given nt this meeting. You nil
know the pluce.
The next day Dick Cannon called
in at the sanctum sanctorum, and
Kdltnr Hlytlio demanded nil explana
tion or the queer notice that was
printed the night before.
"Buy, Dick, put me wlso beforo I
get mobbed. There has been a crowd
here bait of the day demanding what
It 'all means. Is It some Nihilist plot
Hint you are batching? Come, out
"Never you mind. Hero Is another
'tnke or copy. Itun It tonight and
saw wood. Tills will turn out hunkle
dorle you see."
Tho next evening the paper con
tained the tollowlng:
"All Mugs Take Notice; There
will be another meeting ut the same
time and place ns the last one, und
there will be further Instructions Is
sued to tho Mugs. Heiuember, let no
poor child be missed, for tho penalty
will lie heavy. Huy nt different stores
and go to the limit.
"Dick, I'll be fired If I can sec what
you are driving at, unless you nro at '
the head of some gang that meaiiB m
Is first a
We trust that
And be so
You'll shout in
Nor shall your'
With night; we
Good fortune as
.That flows past
And may the
do tho right Ihlng for tho widow nnd
orphan. Do I tug Jim on It?"
"Well, you come pretty close to the
scheme, but not quite. Here, you run
this tomorrow afternoon, and then we
will tuke a walk in the evening und
perhnps 1 will invite yuu to attend
the Inst meeting."
Tho third warning In the paper
"All Mugs! Thero will ho no moro
assembling ut the meeting place, and
as we nil woro masks while In meet
ing we will not know each ilther on
the streets. This evening Is '.he time
to net. Go forth boldly and see to It
that no child Is missed, he they rich
or poor. 1110 did not nsk If they were
rich or poor. Ill' simply said, 'Suffer
them to come unto Me.' Now let nil
good Mugs do their duty. Tho poor
children are not responsible for being
poor mid having no signals out for
S C to see. See to It that
thou forgetest none.
Jim Hlythe und Dirk Cannon walked
down 11 street Christmas Kve.
"Say, Jim, see that fellow banding
out toys to thoko little tots! And
look, here comes another fellow out
of Ar 'b with nn armful of toys.
Just see how those youngsters nro
smiling. Oh, It worked It woiked!"
A light broke In on the editor.
"Now I bco through It, Dick. Thoso
two ure members of the society that
you culled to meeting thiough my
paper. Let's tee what was it? Oil,
yes, the 'Mugs.' Say, there are half
n dozen more of them up tho street
giving toys to the kiddles. You cer
tainly did good work, ut your meetings
of the Mugs."
"What meetings? There hnvo been
no meetings. That's all Inference.
There Is no such society us the Mugs.
These fellows havo lend those meet
ing notices In your paper und Inferred
thut, ns the members were ull masked
when In meeting, they could go on
the street und do the Christian act
us well us the rest of the 'Society oi
Mugs',' und no one would he Hie wiser.
My schemo worked. Now I am going
to. do likewise. Come on, Jim, ho
Ilcivy f aney saltings are very pop
ular for tailored skirts. The English
iwceds and mixed suiting) aro hav
ing ii tremendous favoiltlsm shiiwn
them by the leading houses.
In spile of tho fact that hco fillli
were un wlileli' illklrlhiitcil Inst sea
son they are ngnln routined to n fciir-j
r.rUliig cvtont for bill und winter.
Much r.ivnr Is extended to nil metal
laces mid nets which Impnit n cer
tain rlchncrs and distinction which
secniB Impossible without them.
Nows that the Ilcpiibllrnn National
Committee, ut Its recent meeting In
Washington, hud piovldcd that dele
gates to the National Convention next
June by districts instead or at large
has come to the locnl Hepuhllcnii haul
ers. While .the prcBS or tho mainland re
ports some dissatisfaction over this
plan, politicians hern say it will make
no difference whatever to Hawaii, In
usmiicli as for such purposes there Is
only one dUlrlct in Hawaii anyway
und the election Is necessailly at
The committee by "districts" means
congressional districts, tho mainland
States being dhlded Into districts ac
cording to the number ot members in
the lower limifcu or Congress. Huwall
lias only n Delegate, and hence but
one cotigicsHloual district, according
to Kepubllcnii lenders, so that the
election next spring will be nominally
un election ut large, though usually
the Island leaders get together nnd
settle upon the delegates to harmon
ize nil factions If possible.
Tho Hepubllcan committee will be
gin making arrangements soon tor
the election or delegates to the teril
torlal convention, which Is called by
the committee. The election or dele
gales to the territorial us well as tho
national convention promises to b
TO JUNK HEAP
WASHINGTON, December 1.1. The
gunboat Pcnsucol i, n veteran of tliu
Civil War and tor several years ic
rclvlng ship nt the San Francisco Na
vnl Training; Station, today w.is strick
en rroin the Navy register. The St
Umls, now nt Fuget Sound Navy
Yard, will tako her place.
Tho l'ensncola wns built In 1'ensa
cola In 1858 and was III tho fighting
of tliu lower Mississippi rlvor, under
command or Admiral Farrngut. She
succeeded In passing Foits Jackson
und St. l'hilllps and pirtlelpafed In
tho battle or New Oi leans, April 1!5,
18G2. The following day her men
lowered tho Conredernto and raised
the Union colors on tho New Orleal"
Mint. Sho remained ns receiving ship
at the New Oi leans Nav.il Station
throughout the Civil War.
send you here
will have a
ruler of the
all day long
jest and song;
pray Fate send
on a tide
bring joys by
Fkank. J. Honni:li.i:.
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