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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24, 1912.
ELKS OF FOURTEEN STATES BROTHERS ON CRUISE
B. Frank Gardner
r,lk from fuiirticn different Stiites
met uliiNirit tlio CIcNcliinil und Immled
togrtlirr for tlio crulno In what proictl
to bo one of the iilrnsantcst cliques
unit inner clrelci of the voyage. Willi
601 on tlio paHKciiRrr lint, friendships
Irlpi mid recreatlonn naturally went
by groups, urn! llio "licit Tcoplu on
liirlh" are not ntnndlng anldo for liny
of tlio other crowd when It conien to
IiiiUiib had a Rvncrnl Rood time.
11. Crunk Gardner of Portsmouth, N
II . wwt tlio moving spirit In Elk or
Kiuilallon. Ilo corralled tlio herd,
railed n meeting, und Rot tlio brother
hood toRPthcr for permanent orgunlzn
tlon. "It took about three week to round
up' tlio crowd," ald Mr. Gardner thin
morning, "for not nil of them worn
hmtgew. nnil wo llnally had to go round
und nay to everyonu nboard, 'Aro you
mi lilKV lif thin way wo gut them ult
and rery ono nan Kind to Join In for
our llltlc floating club. Wo stuck
pii'tly well together throughout the
cruise, and It linn been nice" fur all of
us. friendships linvo been formed that
an1 Hiiro to lust, and wo enmo to know
null other much sooner und much more
Intimately than wouhMiao been the
case If It had been every man for him
coif." l)r. It. O. l'loyd of No 1011!, Ilurekn
Springs, Ark, nam thn cholcn for
chairman, ami John 11, Uuxtwood, No.
113.1. of HcllcWIIc, X. J wuh elected
ceeretnry The commltteo which en
gineered nil tlio good times and planned
new stunts for tlio Ilkn consisted of
W. 1.. l)i chant, chairman! 11. Frank
Gardner und O. J. llnrrctt.
Handsomely engrnved rollers wero
Ml nth off us snuvenlrH of tlio crulsn
round the world. The vIMtlng i:ikn
wero wreathed hi hiuIIch und lcls ni
they stepped nlf tlio Cleveland to en
Joy tlio hospitality of their Honolulu
rollnwliig Is the list of Kilts on the,
Prank i: Htonr, JllnnenpolK Minn,
No. 4; Georgo A Hiro, New Orleans
l-u., No. 30; Kaniuel M llushm.'in,
Gettysburg', Ii No. 101,; Dr It O
rioj'cl, I) II, lllocksom, Ilurekn
.Springs, Ark., No. 10 IS, n. I). Itclrne,
Denlson, Tot.; Nil 2.18: l'ranzMiihnke,
Tncoum, Wash, No 174; l' C Hay--
ner, Troy, O., No. M3; H Sehutzen
IircIi, Harrlsburg, l'u , No 12; John I
Ha7lett, Yoiingstown, () No 68; John
G Hchnihlt. New York t'lty, No 1;
Hubert J. Paltou, Cincinnati, O, No, 6,
J. C. DiUTy, New York City, No. 1;
Aug. A Knuppel, Appleton, WN, No'
.137; James A. Hart, Louisville, Ky.
No S; John II nastnood, DellcUlle,
N J, No. 1123; W I Dechant, Mid
'lletown, o. No. 267; Henry II. Gray,
lllrinliigh.ini, Ala., No. ,9; (), J Ilnr-
rett, Joplln, Mo., No 601; Dr Morris
U Kelly, McICeespnrt, Va , No. 130; H
O ('nmn1lni', rtedilliig, Cal, No. 1073;
Henrj Bchwnrzw alder, New York City,
No. 1; l'Ynnk r. Itead. Guy K. Harrl
nun, Denvtr, Colo, No. 17; II Trunk
Gardner, rortsmouth, N. II., No. 97;
'A II Herder, l)iton. No. 6S
ONLY ONE REAL
The Cleveland was peculiarly freo
from accidents during tho trip mross
tho I'uellle, about tho only differed bo
Ing Patrick Husk, who camo to grief
one ovenlug about threo weeks ago.
It was rough. Mr Husk and soinn
friends had been spending a pleasant
evening In the grill room, smoking
their evening pipes and delajlng tlio
tlmo for facing tho boisterous wind on
deck, finally someone mnilo tliomovo
and tho party started aft Mr. Rusk
went down tho after ladder from tho
promenade to tho main deck nil limit
Volng through tho formality of touch
ing his feet to tho steps. Ho was In
foiincr Hnnolulnn. "I didn't Invest In
ono, but a number uf tlio passuugers
did, Hiid they couldn't seem to have
.any bucccsk with tholn. The llttlo
things died ono nftcr tho other, and I
don't think llicro's one nlio.ml now."
Mrs. T. J. McCoy, of Lou Alleles Is
n friend of Mrs. .tuques, who had soino
exciting experiences In' China. While
(here was no demonstration against
tlio Cleveland Mlghtsecrs In Canton,
still, I ho party nrrhed when times
wero troublous, and Mis. McCoy wiw
1 consldnrnblo of the oxtltomcnt.
II. I'. (I.
Orpmlzcr of Hie II
the hospital ward for the remainder of ,
I.m Id.. nnu.i l.i.t la n..itf nil, ...III I
,1111 tl,. III! unp, ,'... ... ,i.i. mi. .1. ...
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. "Kcryono hurt bad hick with their
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