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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3, 1912. '
Oceanic Third lligii e.
I.cnlil t"lijplcro. , II. i:.
Inliil linlple- Si 1'i.il.
Alt Tldtlnc mttnbtm ol tic
Order are cordially Invited to
ttnd xnoetltipn of local ledge
Heet on tie
2nd mJ 4tb
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. K.
MAninc ciiQinccny 0tue, Aii0.
BENEFICIAL WrATHM. eisUou cor.
VM. McKlNLEY LODGE. MO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets' srery 2nd and tb flaturdaj
Tenia t 7 80 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Uerctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited ti at
l.ud. F. F. KIM1ET, C. C.
K. A. JACOUSON, K. K. H.
aONOLULT! LOTjGE. 016. B. P. 0. E,
Hunrlnlu Lodge No. (16, D. P. 6
die. meets In tbelr hall, on King
Jtrtet, near Fort, every Friday ove-
ulng. Visiting mothers are cordially
'nvlled to attend.
D n. ISHNliKRO. E. It.
gi:o t. klueoku see.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet every first and third Tuesduy
of each month In Fraternity Hall, t. O.
O. !'. building. Visiting brothers cor,
dl.illy Invited to uttend.
W. J. ROMNHON. Sachem.
U V. TODD. 0. of XL
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Mietd every first and third Friday at
T 20 o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Bere
lunla and Kort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordially Ins Itcd to attend.
S. DECKER, C. C.
O. HEINE. K. of It. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Mfetx on second nnd fourth Wednes
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock. In San Antonio Hull, Vineyard
street, near Emma. Visiting brothers
hiu In v II to nttend.
i. Hiaaus'.s. w. v.
WM. O M'COV. Seey.
IMwurd Karle. tho .noted Psychic of
Kan Francisco, who for over twenty
years has been ircunlnently ldeutllled
with the .Spli ItiiallslH" sucletles uf-Amer-en,
Ih In Honolulu and h'III demon
strate, legible phenomena, etc Hplrlt-
liii 1 mUlii' on nil mutters glv'uii. Daily
Hi to I, evenings by uppulntiucnt. Tel-
ephunu I'M I or at residence, "kS Klnnu
street. (Irund Seance every Thursday
Kve.. x oilock DOSO-tf
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Vill move to Pantheon Building the
First ol January
THE LATEST IDEAS IN
Fort Streot Upstairs, in Boston Block:
G. M. DUNCAN
58 Bcretanla 8t, opp. Royal Hawaiian
City Transfer Co.
M1IMML PICTURE FISH
FOR .SYDNEY'S COOGEE AQUARIUM
Specimens Under the Direct Care of Captain Gibb of the
Steamer Makura China Away for the Orient With Few
Orientals Wilhelmina Sailed tor San Francisco Filled
j With Cargo and Passengers Big Sugar Mill Machinery
"I bellow- lliai I will have mi ilMl
eiiln in hurling ili specimens of Ha
waii's beniltllul llili at Sydney," pie
dlrti'd Captain .loliu (lllib, commander
if i In- C'linaillsii-Aiistriillnii liner Ma
kura. which vessel in rived at Alukca
.lim r at ten-thirty this morning and
a tn tosiimo tho vojngu lu Aiicklatul
.in, Svdney Ihls altorniMm.
Captain (llhh assuii'd Secretary II
" WimiiI of tho Hawaii I'liiinullint
Coiiimltii'O liiday that he would give
.ils pci tonal attention to tho caro of
the llfti'on to twenty beaulfiil und plc
uicsqtie specimens of tho gaily color
ed llnny tilbo, that have been sclcrt-
d fiom the tanks at Wnlklkl, for
nalishlpnu'iit tn Sjdiioy. whero they
.ire to bo placed (ill exhibition at the
line aquarium iccuntly Installed nt
Congee, olio of the Hiiburban resorts nt
tho New South Wules capital.
Captain Olbb has pruvlded a special
tank for the llsh. The water will bo
maintained at u temperature of seventy-eight
dogiecs. It will be con
stantly changod and the greatest care
will be exercised under the direction
of the muster of the ship, that tho
ittondanls do not fall in their duty
Just bonne t'liteiiiicr tho linrbof at
Cijdney, Captain tlllib will attend tn
tiu filling ol the tank with the purer
sci Water found lu llie open ituil
slead. Secretary Wood lias ncrsonnlly Blip-
ervlscil e helectton of tho specimens
Intended for the Australian aiiuarliiiii,
The Makura made u ory lirlef stay
it the port, calling here tn discharKO
i ueneral caro IiicIiiiIIiik iTifl cases
..f wlilekey for the tlilisl ridden, 431
drums rminsli for Hie family and
pnel.iiKos of stationary for Hie Indus
l'urer Ilainetl roHirls lino weather
with moderate southeast winds until
thiee bundled miles olT the Islands
Hlien f i cfIi nortlienit trades woru en
eounli'ied. The Makura sailed fmni Victoria on
I'ecenilior 2"lli, New Year's day pasv
(in lu uncwutlfiil manner. Shortly
.Iter cleariiiR I'latleiy, u louiid iii
of stowaways liroiiRht to IIrIh hewn
niilnlte, pasneiiKers. These will pie
hiiiualilv bo left at Suva as It appears
.ii.1t the Xculatiili.i failed to meet with
Hie .Makura niiil lefi nu kis,IIi1o
chalice ir trunhferriiiB Hio Heliliy in
Tlic Makura was a muled to the
Kiiards with paKseiiKcrH. Ilouoliilii ro
ceUed 43 fiom the list which liuin
l.ered nearly four humlied travelers
llio HiroiiKli list Includes Til llrnl, 127
teiond and 172 llilnl class passen
b'ois. No mm'Ioiik tiiiuble Is refilled Willi
I'm llreiooni clew on the tiiebciit lilp
miilnly due In Iho fact that the ino'i
luue pot been paid olT and thai llie
are without funds.
Cunslderablu complaint has been
lOKlKtorcd by ln?n business men owr
llio illsttussltiKly short period that the
Caiiadiati-Aiistrallau bloomers remain
it Honolulu. Tim Makura which stay
1 (I hem for less than four liouis and
with hundreds of truwderM Is cileil as
mo of a number of liiHlances.
Charlie Freeman In "Customs Ser.
denial Climllo Kreetniin, for yearn
'if rlKlit hiiiiii man with McCaliu
Hamilton nud Iteiiuy, tho locnl stec
doling llrm, who is known to oven
skipper, or tdilp olllcer in sail or steam
in the liromi Pacific, has been iiiuilo
a I'lillcd States customs Inspector
over night. Clinille awoke Ihls morn
i ig tu the slaitllug iulelllgenco that
Im was no longer a lioss stevedore ut
Hie port or Honolulu but' thai ho hud
been assigned to the wearing of llio
tuny blue und the brass buttons.
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
At least this what Charlie and ills
surprised friends gleaned front a pcr
usiil of thu mnruliii: pnuer which
Krucly tells of a mldiiy nnriow w
cane of "Customs Inspector Charles
Kiccmati" from u fnlllnit Kle. Free
man has two sources for conitmtulu.
lion now, uuo that he was not hit h
the hairier mid liest (if all that lie
still retains his ikisIUoii with the
MevodorliiR llrm despite the Joimalls
tte attempt tu hind him In Hie ranks
with Mr. Stacl.ablo's liilnht oiiiik
Vllhelmlna Carried Big Freight.
1'uIIIiik away from llnekfeld wliart
tuiild the strains or tho Hawaiian
hand, and with cabins woll filled with
Iruwlors and a Imld cuiilnliuiff near
ly live thousand tons cargo and pro
ducts of tho island tho Matsou Navi
gation steamer Wliliclnilua Is now en-
i onto to Sail Francisco and duo In
nrilvo at tho coast city early Tues
day mornliiK. Tho Wilhelmina suited
nt ten o'clock, A large delegation of
f i lends ntid business acquaintances of
Raymond C. Ilrown, European uficnt
for tho Territorial ImnilKpitlon Ilu
reau were .on hand Io sle that popu
lar official n tousltiK farewell. Mr
Iliowji lemes the Federal Immlrtra
tluu serxlco us head .of the depart-
"oeiit ultor years of service. f
Tho Wilhelmina freight list lnclud
cd 45nn tons siiKur, SOOO cases of pre
served pineapples, 2.r0) hunches ban
anas, Slid sucks coffee, 8UO sacks lice
128 drums molasses and u quantity
Nippon Maru En Route Jo the Island.
accomiiuk io cames reccneii here,
the Tuyn Klsen Knlsha liner Nippon
Aturu, now on it maiden oyup:o ns uu
Inlermedlntc service, sailed fiom Yo
kohama jcslerduy, with Honolulu and
tun Franclhco ns destination. Thu
Nippon's arrival at Ihls isnt will lie
,1'Vaited with luoro llinii usuil Inter
est owlni; to the new (lepartuui lu
T K. K. muiiattemeut and Us effect
on passeuiter business. When lu the
regular trade, lltst cabin fares San
rraiiclseo to IlonuUong was placed at
gl'25 Now this llKUie lias been male
rlall) i educed by one-half.
China Away With Asiatic Passengers
Willi cabins comfoitably filled and
u fair list iif Asiatic pasueugeis, llio
IMclllc Mall liner Clilllu sailed fo,'
Japan ports and Hongkong at nine
o'clock Mils nmriiiiiK. Tills steamer
mis obliged Io leiualn over night at
iho pint owing to the lurgo amount
of coal lequlred to complete the uy
age acinss tho I'aclllc and along tho
i oast or Asia. The China sailed fiom
t haiinel wharf, after having dlschaig
cil lens than a hundred Ions general
cargo and taken on six hundred tons
Sugar Mill Machinery for Hawaii.
Six largo sugar crystiilllzers, each
weighing several Ions aro being
chipped lu Hawaii plantations today
Tim steamer Nllliau was given threo
nf llio big containers heroin dupuit-ing-
for the Dig Island nt noon today.
Tho crystiilllzers will bo left at Pu
miliiu. The steamer Wallele dispatch
ed this afternoon for Honnkiia and
Kiikuiliaelo was also given threo cry
istalllzers, together with extensho
thipments of other Hues of plantation
"itliplles and stores.
Klnau Has Returned from Hawaii.
Tills morning's arrivals Included the
Inler-lslaiid steamer Klnau now on
iho Claiidlno urn und lolurnlng with
passengers and freight from Hawaii
and Maui Kiits. The purser reports
fine weather with light winds nnj
TIDESSUN AND MOON
M 1 "
so I mi e;
33 I r-'
J t '
io or. exi A.i)
U'.M, cm! f.3.1
u.it e o
l in e 40
II i 0.4D
Full muoii Jumuiry 4 at 2sr, n. in.
Temperatures.- i! n in., 71; 8 n. in.,
72; 10 n. in., 75, noon, 7(1: iiinrnliiK
Ilaromeler, 8 n. in., 30.01; absolute
humldlly, 8 ii. m . "..ISO crnlus per cu
bio foot; iclatlvo himildiO, 8 a. hi,
ill per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., fS.
Wind. 0 n. id., oloclty 12, dlrcC'
Hon E: 8 a. in., velocity B. direction
K; 10 a. in., velocity C, direction 15;
noon, eloclty in, direction NE.
llultifnll during 24 lioiirs ended 8 n,
m 1 Inrli
Total wind motcnicnt duilnir 21
HiurH ended nt noon, 257 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Wcclncsda), Jiuuuirj 2.
SAN FltANCISCO-Salled. Jan. 3,
1:25 p. in., S. 8. Miinrliiirlu, for Ho
nolulu. ASTORIA Sailed, Jan. 3, sclir. Fred
J. Wood, fur Honolulu.
KAHIJMtl Sailed, Dec 30, S. 8. Co
lumbia, for Hallna Cruz; Schr. Hal
boa fot Port Townseud.
8 8, Honoliilnn will dock at Matsou
wharf tomorrow afternoon from Se
attle. S. 8. Mongolia will dock at Aiaken
wharf about Friday p. in. from Yo
kohama, smooth seas all Hie way homcwaid
hound, The vessel bioiiglit n fair list
of passengers and cargo Including 30
nogs, 8f sucks com, 13 crates chic
kens, 8H packages sundtlus, 11 sacks
beans and 23,000 palng blocks.
JCteamer Ball Was Sugar Laden.
Uulcii (Will Hie regulation 'infill
hacks of Kauai sugar, the steamer W.
0. Hall relumed tu this xrl early
his morning, A dozen cabin passen
gers were brought In Honolulu. In
addition to sugar tho Hull brought
quantity of cocoauuts und 10 packages
mimlilcM. Piuser Uignn leportcd fre!i
northeast Hades und choppy seas on
the honiewntil voyage.
Zealandla Carried Northwest Mall
Taking u considerable ixirtlon or tho
accumulation or mall for the main
laud, the Cauadlun-Austrullau liner
Xalaudla was dispatched for Vancou
ver and Vlctmlu nt four o'clock jov
c-riiav iiiieinonn. rills vessel was
dlycliaiged ol two hundred und eighty
tons Australian nieichandlsu und up-
PIIcb during -tho brief slay made at
'Iho Inter-lulaiid steamer Maul, for
!rolialalele, Ookala and IjiipahoelKm
was illspatihed shortly nftcriioou hour
today. Two other freight carriers In
'ho coasting son leu weio also sent Io
island ixiils, Iho steamer Nllliau pro
(ceding tn Ktuiu anil Kuu poits wlillj
llio Wallele tailed at noon for Ilonu
kau and Kukiilhaole.
Mall Has Reached the Mainland.
Iho big mull dispatched for the
muiiilaud In Iho Oceanic sleamshlp
Slcrru Is lepoited by cable tn havo
arrived at San Francisco oaily es
li-nlny moiiilng. Tlie Sletra sailed
lioiu this port on Decemlier 27lh Inl;
ing n iiur list or passengers und a
umall general euign,
Kauai Sugar tor Shipment.
According In u report leccUed fiom
Purser l.ogan of the Inter-Inland
steamer W. (1, Hall, tho following
sugar awaits shipment at various
Knual polls: K. s. M. 40W, M. A. K
'1102, V. K. 13110, (1. & It. 34T.O, K, P
13r10, K, a. Co. 3000, P I. 11,102.
Bark Allen to Sail for the Sound.
The American hark 8. C. Allen ha i
Leeu fumigated at thu quarantine
whaif tiulu) preparatory In sailing ror
Paget Sound, Hicie to pick un an
olliur shipment or luniliur consigned
o tho local agency or Allen mnl Itob
COLLEGE OF HAWAII
BEGINS WORK TOMORROW
The College of Hawaii resumes Its
uiiik toinoi row In nil courses. During
the slioit clirlstnuiH vacation n -ions'
lueinbiiH of the ruculty luivu been busy '
0 s. J I
urrniiKliiK their quarters In the new
building und lu developing various Hues
of work on tho college fiirin Coiim
iuentl u few new courses will be of
filed next semester.
The new building Is prngresHlng fait
Isfiiitiully. Thu contractors will pour
thu Hulls or thu second story next
1 " - . 3..!
Wednesday, Jan. 3.
Hawaii via Maul ports Kliiau,
?tmr., a. in.
Knual iKirls W. (1. Hull, Rlmr.,
Vancouver and Victoria Makura
U.-A. S. 8, n. in.
Tuesday, Jan. 2.
Vancouver and Victoria Zealandla,
C.-A. 8. S., I p. m.
Molukal, Mn u'l ami l.nnnl pints
Mlkalinla. Hlinr., S ii. in.
K u u a I pons Mnuiiit Uia, stinr., u
" '"' , i
San Francisco Wlllii'lmliiu, M. N
S. 8., 10 u. m.
Julian polls and llonclioni; -China,
i M. S, 8., I) a m. ,
Konu and Kau ports Nllliau, slinr.,
lloiinkua and Ktikiilhaclo Wallele,
I l'ASSK.M.'KHS AlllliVllI)
1 . 1
Per C.-A. 8. S. Mnkuru, Iiom Van
couver and Victoria For Honolulu:
Misses M. McTnggart, E. Cinlg. M.
Laker. Mcsdaincs Hlisch, ltycroft and
child, Wood, .I. i.alnson, Houghton and
'i clilblien, C. Ilrown, Covcrnluii, Cros
by, Evans, lliadley, Mackay anilclilld,
Ilrudle, II. Itoscne, Zlinan. Messis. J
llrsch, It. II. Itycrnrt. W. I,. Wood,
C. Itnwliuson, A. Itawlliisnu, J. Keu
ncy, Dr. C. Cnverntou, U 8. Crosby,
V. M. Evans, tl. Wellwood, F J.
Uradley, C. Wynn-Jolinsiin, .1, Mac
I'ay, J. Conkiiy, II. w. Iliodle, T
Smith, I). Ilnttersby, M. 8. Hudson.
P. P. Cnwell, V. Zlnian, W. Cross, O.
'jiiillh mid 349 through passeugeis.
Per slinr. Klnau, from Hiiwiill via
Maul ports Mrs. II. Fernb.ich, J. 11
lilola, C. V. Dickey, D. II. Mm dock.
Miss IC. Robinson, Miss II. Robinson,
Miss M. U Fuller, Miss Lambert, It.
Toma, Mrs. M. E. Tuma, V. Selgmcl,
It. V. Deinpsy, Jl. lloje, A. C. Per-
relra, W. II. Hoy, Miss Hoy, J. Sllva,
8. (1. Wilder, 8. O, Wilder, Jr., T. To-
Per slinr. W. O. Hall, ironi Knual
IKirts P. O. Schmidt, II. Vincent, Miss
Kruso, Miss I.ux, Mrs. I.. Uiwell, Miss
f. Ilerry, Miss H. von Arnswutdt, Miss
K. ilastle, H. Zerbe, W;n. Werner,
Pain Weiner, Miss D. Wlthlngton, K.
Bcliilllng, II. lllake. Mrs. lllake, Kn-
Illiika, Miss U Ilnckbarlh and 4 deck
Per M. X S S WlllH.liAlnn. for San
Francis".-!. Jan. C AIIsk C. M, Shoe
mnVor. ""'wlgg Smith, J. Plneus. It
l.oftus, Miss M. Mniquarl, 11. 8. Simp
son. It. T, Hill, Mr. Toombs Miss E.
Wlthrow, W. It. Folder, ilrs. W. It
I'cliler, O. A. Moslck, Mrs. O. A. Me-
rick and child, E, Holcinaun, Mrs,
Chus. llacli, Mlso E. ll.i'h, Mrs. .1. A
Doyle, W. N. Campbell Mrs. W. N
Campbell, Mrs. C. Thomas. CI. Oran.
.1y, Mrs. Lang, C. W. Dickey, Herbert
Dickey, Doulton Dickey, Mrs. C, W
Dickey and two children, Mr. Hall,
Mrs. Hnlu, Kola Nels, Miss Ulshop,
Mrs. Illshop, Mr. Illshop, James A,
mini, .i. u cooper, .vtrs. J. I Coopor
and child, Mrs. C. 8. Mlddlelon, Mlsi
A. Clleason. D. Wartcnslebon, r. Wicli
man. Dr. It. A. Kenton, Mis. It. A.
.'Villon, Mrs. II. II. Rudulili, Mrs. A.
M. Men III, tl. A. Vedder. Mis. CI. A
Vcddcr, A. 1 flrliiwold Miss C. Win
ston, Mrs. J, II. Winston, c. Snider,
Mrs, c. Snyder, Mrs. J. Iiwln. Mm.
Kibregon, Mis. Hiilklcy, J, A. Worth
en, J. It. I Jim, K. Cloiirln, Miss Mar
tin, J. Morley, 8. Carrn, C Neunian.
Mis, W. II. Cooper. II. M. Uiomls,
Jirs. ii. m. Looinls, Miss J. Keuslor
.Miss Ii M. Spencer. II. C. Nelson k
C. Kennedy, I), N. Claike, Mrs. II.' N.
Clarke, MUa N. Clarke, Mis. c. A.
Drew, Mrs. Dobbimi, Mrs. C!. Wella,
a. M. Alerrlll, Fred Thomas. It. C
Drown, Mlsj M. Illskey, o. A. Perry,
Mrs. o. A Perry, Mih, C. T. Wade
i'er .stmr. Maima I.oa. for Knual
ports M. MedelniH, Mis. Medellos, J.'.
'Jay, Rev. C. p. Hong, Rev. J. W. Wud-
iiiau, V. Schlebe , MIrs N. Stewart,
.Mrs. ,wo. Allbs Hait. Mls- Piilnani,
miss c. llaiidmaiin, Mrs. Andermau
Ii Wilson, II. K Wlillo, Mr. aim Mis
C. II. Wilcox.
Per p. m. 3. 8, China, tor .Innaii
and China polls .1 M Hoi.-jluss. W.
l.. Cinwo, K J. I leiler, Mrs. Ilerler,
.Mis. K. W. Ming.'. Miss SI. Ilioz. t).
Nakamiira, W. 8. Cookrou, M. Osakl.
w. II. llaugli.
Per stmr. Mlkaliala, Mr .Maul pmle
Jlldgo Monsarrnt had liofnrn him
tills morning eloieu ilefi'mlnulM on
-liuiges or iifsault and battery. Most
or them evidently celebrated tho Now
Year season with a laice iiuntititi- of
liquor mm ihcy hit and shuck tholr
wives, BWeetheatts and othor lunn.
Chun Kim, had Ills case continued
until next Friday morning. .Too
l.ucca escaped punishment, his cjso
having been nolle. prosed by tho pro
sedition. Joseph Isicic and Tllm
'.nwell, also charged with assault and
oattery will bo tiled on Filday, .liinu
D. Morales was sent to tho leer Tor
six mouths on a chnige or larceny,
Mnniiel Quintal aim Clem-Bo Quin
inl, hiothers, weio charged wltli stilk
lug Mr. and Mrs. Wong Ylt, at J'auuu
on Christmas eve.
WENT THE LIT
iv,.- ilr,.d from their tin re dajs'
round of New Year's festivities, the
prize-winning paiwngers of the China
depmted ror the IJist lids morning,
fnmtid nut but still linpplly singing
"I Am doing Crazy," nnd shouting
llfciiuse New Ycnr's Eve came uu
Sunday, there was little or nothing do
ing on board until midnight, hut
promptly rit 12 o'clock things bloke
Ioi'im" - Some of the more sedate pas
rengerH thought Hint the volcano had
been trnnsplnnted to the lower decks
of the Clihui. The dining-room gong
ii iiiimbtr of tin pans, the ship's whlf
tie, plnno and bell, nil In the hands or
blned to erente a lied la in on board that
blued to creal n Uedlaiu on board that
bus seldom been heard lief ore Toasts
nnd stories, songs nnd good-relhiwshli
greetings, each iiirompaiiled by n plen
tiful supply of the best vintage of
'France, kept them happy for a lltll"
while, but, luuth to turn In, most of
them went out on top side tu play
Ring Around Itimey ' and Drop the
Hniidkt i elder. Oh, yen I dear, they
were Indeed hnppy, ull right.
At 2:ir un .Monday a program of
deck spurts and games was started
that kept them nil busy until ", und
the goo'd scouts were then allowed two
hours III which tu dress for thu mas
quernde dliiinr. Home or the costumes
were comic, but most ut them were so
completely beaiitirul ns to cuiiso won
dir that the wearer had ever man
aged to assemble them on such short
notice. And, .say, that dinner! Sen-
soiled old traveler:! who were on board
say that thu like of It has never bleu
served on a transpacific liner It was
served hi ten cuune.s, with fccudx of
wine to help It out, nnd the menu
curd reads like the last" lesson In
1'reiich. The dinner wus tho result or
the personal efforts of .Mr. Muroiil, thu
traveling cutcrcr of the Pacific Mull,
who was un board, nnd the diners nil
admitted after leaving thu table that
they could readily understand why Mu
ronl Is paid u large salary. During the
dinner the happy passengers refused
to be entirely satisfied until he had
shown himself In the saloon to receive
their thanks In person, oh, that din
ner must have been some humdinger of
a dinner, ull right.
A loncert In the social hall nt 8:30
by tin; "lien" Wise aggregation, :ii
sisled by Mrs. 11. A. Roberts of Sliang
lull und Arthur C. Fnx, who l on Ills
wuy to Manila to build u theater for a
lllrst-chiss American stuck company.
caused Captain Rice tu hay that us
long us he has heel) going tn sen he
has never seen such n lonipletely en
joyable entertainment on board n Milp
It Is supposed that the captain's opin
ion 1 somewhat biased by Mr. Fox's
singing "The Crew of the Nancy Ilrlg,
accompanying himself on his old banjo.
Following the concert dancing vviih
the order on the foredeek. All the
Hags nud bunting on board had been
brought out by First Olllcer Tlbbets,
which being draped around bunch
lights by the dozen gave the effect of
u big balliooin, but that gentle roll of
the ship added the llilplesslou of that
same ballroom being somewhat on a
Jag. ('Iiampagne punch with mote
solid lefresmeiits were served on deck
to evil body.
The festivities, however, really did
(lose, nud the Mulsh cumii ut midnight
on Monday, but only aftir thu passeu
gels wele so thoroughly tiled out that
they did not have thu eneigy tu sit up
ror unothir single event of any kind.
The whole program win, gotten up
arraugid and carried by a commlttiu
of seven, composed of A. C. Fox, Harry
Meyers, Captain T, H. llaldwln, l.ee
Hammond, i. (lyzepiu)i, P. I King ami
l.'il Qiiliin as chairman. Rut the whole
thing was cairh-d out with thu aid of
Purser Landers, and all the passeugeis
are loud lu their statements that the
decided success nt thu piogralu was
made possible by the col dial inlililler
1 it which every member or thu ship's
company granted ull the requests or
Ibu committee ror aid In special ar
laugeuiiMits, All Idea or how extensive the whole
tiiiiuriiiii wns ivili tut Imil liv ft lil.'ineit
lit the following list of athletic events:
CJitiii. luiv I nrr f. It ut1 iwhtiliiut . jii 1. 1.
Hpnr boxing First contest won by
Master Cle)and, second by Mr Oweiu,
third by Mr. Hammond, fourth by Mr '
Mm key, firth by Mr. Morrison. I
TiiK-of-wur for gentlemen Won by
the (l.-irdncrs, two out of three
Tug-or-war fur ladles Won by lav-
endir ribbons (Mrs. W. I Reborn,
captain), low out of three
Egg mid spoon r.ue for gentlemen
Won by Mr. Vuiuicss.
Egg und spoon race fur ladles Won
by Mrs. Myers.
Shuu i uvo ror gentlemen- -Won by
,Hioe nice tor ladles Won by Mrs.
Acrobatic acl Sclioene-Trlpp-Scho-ene
Tug-or-war for cash prize Chlneso
deck force vs. Chinese englnerooin
force; Won by englnerooni force, two
out of threo.
Japanese wrestling for cash prizes
Won by Mr. Ilawashlma.
Hexing contest, four rounds, for ensh
prize und Hie ( hamplotishlp of thu B
K, China Roth contestants wen. C'hl-'
lies boys from the stewatd'M depait
tnent und the lesult was u draw.
No Other One Cause Destroys as
Much Property Every Year
Han destroy more property in a
year than all tlic fires: they carr
disease germs into the houses; tiny
arc a serious menace in city and
country. .... , ...
Everybody should join in fightim
these dangerous pests and extern,
inatc them with Stearns Elcclru
Kat and Roach Paste, the standard
destroyer of rats, mice, cockroaches
watcrbugs and other vermin. "Heady
for use', always reliable; money baik
if it fails. ,
Sold everywhere. He sure to get
the cenuiiic: 25c and $1.00. Steams'
Klcctric 1'aile Co., ChicaKo, 111.
r, i'i lock HiiIIihiii uscensloii mm
parachute Jumping I'V Hie worlil
greatest aerial nnvlgator, Captain T
i i rMiiinninTc
The last event wns called off on ac
count of "bad weather"
(Continued troni ro 1)
"So fur as Un- pari) being drunk Is
( nncci mil, there Is iiolliliig In Hull. I
hail nothing to drink till 111:110 Dial
(veiling. Will I it Hoi Ic, ulio vviih In
Hie pari), had nut taken mi) liquor.
So far us Hie ciiiiillllim of Hie others
und nijM'lf, Hie proprietor of Hie
Hrlll, from wIiiim- place I telephoned
for a car, can v (inch (hut we were
"Tlic. whole Idea was l lake Mr.
Henderson, vvlui Is a Mmngir here,
Io u luaii, und we went from the drill
Io the place h) Die shortest possible
"There wns no Idea of a Jii) ride or
nnjtlilng else except In be al the hum
on lime, midnight.
"1 hate not tried to Iiillueiire a sin
gle person lu slop Hie liiiesllgalluii.
I liaie had no Intention to rover Hie
iiiilllcr up. Chief .Mclliil'lie knew about
It luiiiiedlatel) after It happened."
The foiegolng Is Supervisor Mur
ray's statement made tu the editor of
Hie II ii 1 1 o 1 1 ii tills fuieuouu. Mr.
Murray's attitude in the whole affair
Foetus to be very clear when It comes
down tu telling the facts, nnd he
seems very sincere In his inoscula
tion or the ease. The opinion of those
lu the car at thu (line the man was
struck was evidently that be was nut
seriously hurt. Mr. Murray says these
are thu plain facts of the case and is
what he will say before, thu coioner's
Inquest and at all times where the
cusu may lie under Investigation.
PACIFIC COAST KELP
ADEQUATE FOR AGES
WASHINGTON. I). C. Dec. 21 -Tile
Ullltid States will not have to depend
on Hermans' much longer for Its pot
ash with which to make feitlllzns, Sec
retary id Agiiciiltuiu Wilson stilted to
day. The principal soiuce or Ameri
can potash, the experts of the agri
cultural de.irtiueiit icpoil, will be 111
the kelp or seaweed of Uu, l'ai llle
The plant extracts potash salts from
sou water, und fiom 2f, to 3!1 per cut.
or Its weight Is potassium chloride.
The Pacific Coast should leld annual
ly nbqut l.ouo.ooo tons, woiih ttu.ooo,
UOU. lu addition tn the potash, kelp con
tains Iodine mid many oil or liypiod
licts, vvhlih may "more Hum pay the
maiiiiriivtlirlng expenses, lenvliig thu
potassium chloride free of cost," the
Investigators repmt. Cuttle rood, glue,
shellac, paper and even candy can Im
made fiom thu plant.
ir propei ly harvested and protect
ed, the Pnelllu kelp gloves, It Is said,
should yield uuuiial hat vests Indefi
nitely: nud nlong the southern coast
ii i possmie in. ii inn erops u
! may he oblalned
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