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- . -EVENING' BULLETIN," HONOLULU, T.'H, TUESDAY, FEB. 20, 1012.
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:. .S ltigular.
Scottish Itltf Kwurtli iiml
All visum, mcmnirn or (ft
Order r cordially Inttttd U
attend meeting! of locxl ladfaa
JIlCl (III till'
-'ml iiml llli
Manila i s ii f
nt K. 1'. Hall
7:30 l .
dlallj lin lie.;.
oilier A mi
K. of V.
iffh, Meets every 2ml anil 4tli Satur
P JfcT-i,lly cicnlng nt 7:30 o'clock In
v5tTy K of I' Hall, cor. Fort nnd
vK ricrctuula Visiting brother
cordially invited to attend
A. F GEItTZ. t C.
F P. K1LI1EY, K It. S
O.tlll' I.OIMii: Ml. I, K. of 1'.
. Meets owr Mikt nml tlilril Frl-
v&Jl,l"y "' "i0 ",loclc 1'ythinn
Li?7H.ill, corner llcrctanla imd
Kort streets. Visiting brothers
cordially lultcd to attend.
s. decker, c. c
O HEINE, K. of It. & S.
lio.Mii.n.r i.odijk, ii;, n. r. o. i:.
V. lliiuiilulu Lodge JJn. C1C.
ri i. r. ii. i.ikh, meets in
J Iholr linll in Ifln- SI
near Tort, every, Friday
eenlns Vlsltlurj' llroth
em are cordially Invited
n i. n. isnxnnno, e: it.
tlKO. T. KLl'EOEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN Tltllir. Ml. 1, I. O. R. .M.
Meets every fjrst titid third
Tuendny of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F
building. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
Hi:.'lIV A ASCII. Sachem.
LOUIS A PERKY, C. of 11.
Honolulu ai:kii: n, v. o. k.
Meets on second nnd fourth
Wednesday evening of each
month at 7:30 o'clock, In
San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
sheet, near Duma Visiting brothers
mo milled to attend.
P. WGG1X8, W. P.
W.M. C. McCOV, Secy.
nu.MiLru' i.dixii: m
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'will meet In Odd Fellows' building.
Kot't Rtroct, near Kins, every Friday
evening at 7:so ncloiK.
Visiting brothers toidlally Incited
AMI1U0SE J. W1UTZ, Dlctntor.
" ' K. A. JACOHSON. Secretary.
y'liilli nfHIiis TiMWliirt'Xt-iiliit!. R'l
(lniUl lii'iiiMitratliui. CunnultutloiiM
"dallr. to tu I l'lionu :i!U3. Hi Klnau
. Importer JFort St
. Bonnet Shop
MJLTON & PARSONS
Mew Styles by the Lurllne
'JH0NE 3088 FORT STREET
'E.'"ii i.i, -SB
t . . . lO . JLjLI
City Transfer Co.
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II WINDJAMMERS AtlER LDi,
Schooner Robert Lewers With Forty-Seven Days and An
drew Welch Thirty-One Days From the Coast, Met With
Rough Weather, and But Minor Damage Purser Shel
don of Kilauea Injured and Taken to Hospital Many
Tourists Arrive In Wilhelmina.
Thlitv-oue liars frnp' Sun KrnnrlH-
co, dm lug which lime Cuptnln Kelly,
mantel' of the gallant windjammer An
diew Welch, allpgcs ho traversed a
SPiicroiw aica of tlio broad I'aciflc, the
bmk. wllh Iimi tliousaml tons general
cargo anil noven jiaBscngors, for the
most part women arrived off Iho liar
')or at mi early hour this morning.
The Amlicw Welch, like other ci"
cl pi) lag between the inalntand ami
iho Island, met with contrary winds
and bca seas, which horved to
Stentlj ictard tho progress of the
The present trip represents one of
the longest pissngcs.credited to Kelly
!iu lug his career as Vessel master In
ilils portion of th I'aciflc. lie recalls
having on a former occasion been out
llilitv-throc days, but under oidlnniy
weather condlllons t:ic sailing crafi
would liavo covered the distance In
anywhere ficni fifteen to twenty days.
No material damage was done the
vessil through the battle with wind
ind sous. A portion of tho cargo Is
gasoline utiil kerosene, which ship
ments go to relieve the threatened
Hhortrge. Tho Welch was moored at
ihc Occanlr wharf jiendlng tho arrival
if the Sierra.
.'any Book for Volcano Excursion.
That was n happy thought of Mana
ger Kcnredy to send an excursion
steamer to Hllo on Friday, so the
lomlsts may have a week-end nt tho
Volcano. Tho pressure on him. It ap
pears, was too much for tho reslst-
iii-B r.n uiniuuicu anu mq visitors to
tiitioliilu's great parade events will
mo an oppoi (unity to seo tho grcat-
.tt physical wonder nu BctlVe volca
no, and the largcit Jir the world.
As nil of tho civic celebration of the
inniemry of Washington's birthday
.vlll be over. It leaves a void which
any bn easily filled by this proposed
'cursluii. Tho last one given under
'he auspice.! 0r thL. lntor-Islaiiil Coin-
any was ho successful and so well
conducted with thn aid of the manage
ment of tho 'Volcano Stables nnd
Tiampoitntlon Co. at Hllo and the
management or the Volcano JIouso,
'hat many of those who nuulo up that
niity will find tiouble In resisting the
lemptatlim to go again. The stcamor
will leavp late Friday afternoon nml
cturn Jionday morning; Tho price of
..ncis, wiiicit win include everything iiauanns, pineapples, some tobacco,
m the trip, will bo twenty-five dollarsl thirty head, of p.uttlo jmd sundries con
alid may be had nt the brtlco of thei bll,t,,K ' vegetables, fruits nnd crates
steanndilp company, Qncen stieet. of J''ss mid chlckciie..
Shlmbu Maru Is Fumigated.
T)r. Carl Ramus ordcied tho Japan
ese steamer Shlmbu .Maru for fiimlga-
uon on arrival of that vessel at the
poit this morning. The steamer has
teen operated along the coast of Asia
for many months and according to re
l'ort has been touching at ports more
ir less Infected from Japan to tho
btralls Settlements. The Shlmbu
uiu win prouamy t,e released
ready for Uio discharge of her
flobcrt Lewers Readied Port In
Much anxiety was rilanolln.i ti.i
morning when tho cheerful tldlmis
wcio icrc vcri Ih.il th a,.,i.... '
schooner imi.or, .. ' ., .."" 'fc""
... - ,.vnt,o, 1, uajs irora
lltTOf IJlllin.l .. ..i.. i
Willi lumlr 7..7.J u!r TJT
hmhnr ' "
wan 1,1 i nn re n
luuaiiitiiuuie amount 0f congratulation
fiom his wide elide or friends over
his safe arrival at the port after a
Tho nobcit Lowers wns hauled Into
the harbor and to her boith without
n.u ""' ' "or dcckload.
Tho windjammer cleared
lov.nsr.nci oil .lanimrv r.m ,n .
!!?L-e?,"i?1? ,-.fT.r cle,ulllK Ul J3rnlt8
of Hici and Mattery tho schooner bo-
gan u battle with a succession of
Sales and lompebtiious seas that sore-
lytrled tho pntlenco ud iiowovor-
W:C; Peacocks Go,, Ltd:
Tel. 1704 Wines jincl Liquors Td 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
(Mont Roune Wines t
Pole Agents Mtimm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
PORT IN SAFETY
nuco of Iho gritty nalgator, who hnd
become seasoned to the perils which
beset the mariner.
Captain Anderson, his officers and
men set bravely to tlie task of com
bating the' fury of tho elements. Many
a weary and sleepless night was their
I The Itobcrt I.cwcrs arrhed hero at
daylight this morning bringing sno.qoo
feet of lumber consigned to tho linn
of Lowers & Cooke.
Japanese Coal for the Inter.Uland
Completing a 21-day pnssago ncross
the Pacific from Karntsti, the Japan
eso freighter snlnilm Mum. with a
shipment of Japan coal came Into the
harbor amp heithod at the Iutcr-lsl-and
Steam Navigation coal wharf this
This vessel met with consldeiablfi
rough weather soon after clearing tho
Japancso coal poit. Tho freighter
'Ploughed her way through heavy seas
mul combated tho fierce gules which
swept that jsirtlon of the Pacific.
Her oractrs, however, reported no
clumugo resulting from tho storm,
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Mam maintained an even keel
throughout her rough passage
The freighter will remain nt this
port for a wccU or ten days discharg
Contrary to expectations the steam
er brought no Oriental mall. Tho
Shlmbii Muni Is a typical Japancso
u a in p ireigmcr, as ricqucntly met
with liking the Asiatic coast.
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Tho Inter-Island steamer Kilauea.
from Kona and Kan pq.rts,
wns an ur -
llval this morning
after a hard pas-jw.
sugo iiciosr tho channel. The sad ac'
cldent which befell Puiscr Henry
Sheldon while on an auto trip on Ha
waii, cast a spell of gloom over the
entire ship's company. On arrival
here' this morning, Sheldon was con
veyed to tho hospital, there to re
ceive attention to his Injuries. Shel
don has nunc led a broken leg nnd
several biulses about the ruco and
The Kilauea brought an minimally
large list or passengers, many of whom
cilme to witness the Floral Parade
festivities." i '
Owing to rough weather but small
quantities of sugar were loaded ' at
the Kona and Knu ports. Tho freight
list Included consignments of coffee.
Chief Officer John Hill, for
'Willi the I'aciflc Mall Company In sov
coal.cial capacities and worklnc his wav
steadily up (ho ladder, was found on
the luldge or tho liner Petla on ur
rJvul of that essol fiom Sail Fran
cisco, wearing the Imdgnla of master
of the tcs'rcl.
Captain Hill waif given tonimulid of
iim i,...,i,. ,..n i.
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"i j main Aiiorew locicoii. who whs
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.,'"" '.,: '1 ?'" u,s. rf,"t
.-'."" .' " u" .'? ' "VO
liiuco on ooani tne i'pihiii nn
the last vtrjase from tho-Oiiont to the
mainland, ' '
Whllo the (jm'alsU of Iho company
.,. ,....T ... iw bUMipilllJ
Kliv tlut.rhe ukltioop I- lit I ll ,n' (i,.l
payroll, It is unilci Blood that he will to ,,e l)eht iMt'tn'ey.lhlnk his Judg
bo given Pacific Mall discipline by!"1!,"1 WHS nnt Kw I
being nlaccd on tho Puuamn nm I...I Cjptaln HIM rocelvod the best wlsh-i
sle'ad of continuing in the more cn-lf3
viable berth on the trans-Pacific!
Thoro Is raid to be a dlieet oonnec-
tlon botweou tho chuigci preferred by
a assenger 'oh the last homeward
vojago ard Iho captain's detachment
Tl"" coni(umy rrttlWrds'-hellevo that
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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Ji,, ii.m'. p.m. ii m p.m. I
t 140 IB &K 11.31 1U.W . B ! 001 7.37
MM 1.0 MUI-WII.M Mill 0.0J KM
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p.in An". (i.m.
11 ,11 13 tun Itll 11.111 0( 001 1015
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y ii.ijj rtjjjijjijt si iM' MttL?jyi
"T'Trst ii'tmrter or thr moon Fob. 2d.-
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to JlorchanU'
Tuesday, "Feb. CO.
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed, Feb. 20,
1:20 ii. in., S. S. Korea, for Hono-
GAVldT' BallPil'Fch. 1, lihlp M.
K. Chllcott, for Honolulu.
EVTRETT Sailed, Feb. 19, scbr.
MclriiBO, for Milhitkonn.
SYDNEY Arrhed. Fob. 20, porlor
today,' S. S. Zcnlnndla, Jicncc Pcb. 1,
M nil" for -19811 Fjnnclsco per 8. S.
I.nrMne closes 4:30 p. in. today.
Mall 'for Yokohama per S. S. Persia
closes G a. in. tomonow (sails 7 a.m.
ii ii ii 'l '
Tuesday. Fob. 20.
Kona ami Kan inirla Kllauofi,
San Krunclsco Persia, P. M. S. B.,
San Friui6isco Wilhelmina, M. N.
S. S.; a.m.
San Francisco Andrew Welch,
Am. bk., n.nii
Pitget Bound .iiorts Hubert Low
ers Am. schr., a.m.
Karutsu Japan Sliimlni Maui, Jap
Monday, Feb. in.
Bnllna Cruz Ua Island jsirts Mexi
can, A.-H. S. S., 3 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 2i.
Honokna and ICukiiihiicIo Wallc
lc, stmr., noon.
Huwuli llor.'tl, Nllhuti, stiur., kujii.
Per stmr. Wllhalmlna, fiom San
Francleco, Feb. 20. Wm. C. K. Arlil,
Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Addison, W. Alex
ander, C. W. Anliford, ilr. and Mis.
A. I.. Unbcocki. Mien Until A. Ilcue
diet, .Mr. and Mis. . iicnncr, W. !:.
liergsehlckor, Jno, .ilcruiilt, Mr. ar.tl
'Mrs. I.. M. Mogue. Mr. and Mrs. A
Jlowcr, ,Mr. and Mrs. .1. JI. llia-
ley, llpiny Ililnck, Mis. Henry Urine., j
Miss Mllllccnt .111 luck, I,. N. Ilrown,1
Mrs. J. E. Cameron, C. W. A. Camp-j
bell,, Mis, It. C. Carwlthen, Miss A. S.
Clelnnd, W. T. Crlchton, Ambroto M
Croulii, Mils Helen Dcmlng, Mr. and,
Mis. Geo. It. Ilodson, C. I.. Daiigher-,
ty. illss Katharine Djcr, Miss Pearl
Dyer, Miss May IMrhcart, Mrs. J. 11.
Evans, Mr and Mrs. W. F. Falirnoy.'
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Falier, II. Fisher,'
A. C, Oii'niii, Mr. and Mrs. P. 11.'
ilnncll, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. 11. Hall
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ham-'
Hum. Mr. und M,s. J. T. 1UII, Miss
Hutli Houston, Mm. F K. Jloust'Jli,1
Mr.'and Mrs. Jno. Howe, Mrs. Herman
Jnnss, H. It. Jturah, Mrs. A. M. Kelst-
nor, Mlrs II. Ktcrstead, I. D. Larson,
W. C. Lawrence, Mr. and Mis. David
C, Lewis, .Mrs. D. E. Loomls, Wjii.I
Lowe, Ken Motculf, Mir. T. McCor-,
nnck, Douglas Jllclvor, Mrs, Douglas
Mclvor1, Miss fl!afy I Mitchell Miss'
ttarjoiie Mhoon, Mrs. Jno. Hell
Mhoon, Mrs. S. M. tlorrlson, J. II. J'
MorllUicr, F. c. iMortlmcr, Miss Ev.il,
H. Myers, Dr A. S. Nichols, Miss E.
M. Nlcoll, Miss lildred Nichols, Miss
VJila Nichols, JMIss Oruco Parker, Mr,'
and Mrs. A. Perry, A. C. Plllshury,'
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Post, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ollvor y?, II. Pratt nnrt child
Mr. alii) Mrs. J. II. Held and son Fiod
Hick ley,, Chns. E. Illener, Mis. J. I..
Robertson, Chns. C. Schottlc, Mrs. K.
8. Shepherd, ,.MIss O. Smallpago, W.
Suyder, Mis. 15, E, 'Soulhw'orth, Mrs.
c VvStiirteva,iit',iuid JnliiU, Prod..
awnni,n),.jiif8.' Enimu N. Swift, Mi
""" Mn- '' W. Thompson. Alex.
Wagner, C. P. .Watcrhouse, Dr. J. A.
Wlliorn uud wlfVlMr. and Airs. C. C.
t-lplalu l.ncluat nctnl iih"Iio bnllowil
fl'01" lit cliclo of friciida on arrival
, '"cr '"" "lorltod proniollon Ui
i"'"' "i sKippor. tho Persia waH
held In tejupoiury iiariliitluo thin
morning owing to the transfer-of two
Japancso stowaways fi-om tho liner Sl
ueila, which was offected on last Sun
day. The Japanose wcro dlsoovored
oy Cajiialu Adrian Zoeder and ho ar
ranged for tho transfer or tho alow
awajs through witless, Nollilng rV
dctitlj wns nioiiiloucil nlnut tho Sllio
Ha having been vlsl'e'd by smallpi:
mid when tho juesenro or Iho slpw
iiwiiji. was inailo known to the local
qiiaiantliio medical orOcors this mom
lug, liiwiuctlorB were Isrued by ftr
IJainni ti liol.j tbe vessel until oiteli
Jimo ,m u ruieftil os.aiulnatlon could
b" r ,de . i
ir ni have x vacant room, with or
"Vllhnut board, plenn nollfy the I In -wall
Proniollon I'ninihlttpp nt nneo.
Telipl'dlle 2il'4f' ftlilB It
MATSON'S , .
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A (iiiiiparlioii Hindu between the Wll
bcliiilnii at pri'Miit tba llngkhlp nf tba
itlitciiu Heel, and the euiitfnipbiteil new
lliipr In e"iry wuy fuuir Hie newer
mid Inigur Mi'iuin'ir. '
Jt whs wllb much litinntiru us will
us IntiToit Hull u iiurty uf newspaper
ineii were permitted to Insput the
soleit of drawings submitted by tho
The new liner Is nsiurpd hit pre
dicted III the ibliiimiH of the II ll 1 1 e-,
tin spxirul months iiro. Tliut the
vessel will Ik- In the wuiKimrd ortrnns-,'
Piiclllc liners when It lukes Its pluce'
In the .Miitsnii spivleu ncids no iclt
(ration uflcr a ciihuuI lupeetluii of the
lduns How on llli- ut the ortlce of Cus-.
tic A Oiiiko In this city
Designed for Tropical Trade.
Dm feature that Is destined to ui
irnl In tho fastidious traveler It Iho
provision inuiU for the n-ml-tiiik'iil
Undo In the admirable iirriiiigeiilent of
Mulct minis and the dining saloon,
'1 ho unusually largo percentage f
Mnti rooms jirniliU'd with Jirluite IiuUin
Is another lnniiviillun never iittcmpUil
III u steamship now lilting Honolulu.
While It Is udmlltpd that M'xerul o
the larger ti'iuis-Padtle simmers have
ii immlier uf prlwitc sulti-s, the number
fii'ind In the plans nf tin- now .Mutxon
Kteiuncr ure rnr In execs of other ves
sels ciillliife here.
, In making cdiiiparlHiins with the
Wilhclinliin, the new steamer will bo
found llfty feet longer, four feet wider,
three fi'ct iiddltlonnl depth, tho en
gines to work under 22." pounds steam
pressure umilust J00 pounds us Jn tho
Wllhelinlna An Indicated horse power
if right tbiiiisiuid against six tlii.u-anil
ll) the Wllhelnilmi; it speed of IG knots
In the Wllhelnilnu's llftcen. mid a dis
placement nf lS.ll'O ugalnxt 12.RU0 tons
The new csscl will possess 8C
statcriiomil, while the Wilhelmina has
but 31 Two, hundred and fifty-two n-,
loon passengers can lie carried, against
l.VI In the Wilhelmina. The luwer
Vessel will liavo u dining room, with
small round tables, capable of catlug
1S7 passengers at a sitting, while the
Wllhelnilnii miIooii takes cure of 140
The arrangement of smaller tables,
sump seutlng but three people, while
others inn iiccniumndiito llp to seven,
diners. Is n fenturo that will uppcul
The following Second-Hand Automobiles, all in good run
ning order, are offered at the following bargain prices:
PACKARD, 1910 Model, 7 passenger, 4 cylinder TourinflCar)fl,r)0c.A nr
with complete equipment JpooU.UU
PACKARD, 1911 Model, 5 passenger, 4 cylinder Phaeton, ocnnnn
with complete equipment u:. OOUU.UU
.(This car has seen very little usage, and !s almost
new) t t a
PACKARD, 1911 Model, 4 cylinder Phaeton, with complete rtrt '
equipment r 3250.00
CADILLAC, 1911 Model, 5 passenger Touring Car, with com- , "' '
plete equipment 1400.00
STEVENS-DURYEA, 5 passenger, 4 cylinder Touring Car,
Model "X", with complete equipment .....r....: 1100.00
STEVENS-DURYEA, 5 -passenger, 6 cylinder Touring Car, -. n
Model "U", with complete equipment .... 2000.00
PEERLESS, 7 passenger, 4 cylinder Touring Car, with com- - aaVw -.
f plete equipment 1800.00
MATHESON, 7'passenger, 4 cylinder Touring Car, with com- n
plete equipment .. . 1200.00
OVERLAND, 1911 Model, Runabout, with complete equip- r, nrk
E. M. F., 1911 Model, Runabout, with complete equipment.. 650.00
BUICK, 5 passenger, 4 cylinder Touring Car, Model "D" ... 450.00
BU1CK, 5 passenger, 2 cylinder Touring Car, Model "F" ... 450.00
EVERITT, 4 passenger, 4 cylinder, BabyTonneau 900.00
The above mentioned car.s arc on exhibition in our sales roomi
i i i .
Demonstrations cheerfully given.
Th'e von Hamm Young- Co.,
to iiuiny travelcis wiio buvo been nc
cljlolnud to tho nld-fushlonul method
ul.erc the lorn, tables arc In ogue.
Tho WIIIkIiiiIiih bus eight private
bathrooms, w hllo the plans call for
twenty-four such lieedlul luxuries In
the new vessel.
"lu the Wilhelmlnn ten stall looms arc
provided with private baths, while In
the newer liner there will be il such
Many Points In Common.
An Inspection of tho plans shows
Unit In general outline tho newer vrs-i-cl
will much resenildc the Wilhelmina
111 geniral outline.
(Continued from .Page 1)
Tlien tho Delogato arrived and gave
out a statement of his position that
dumped the whole ripple cart of 'tho
KHI-Kuhln Dtsha-lcttcr proposition.
The people, nceepted It In 'the goo
faith that was obvious In the utter'
mice, and those who did not bcllevn
In the Delesnlo's sincerity acknowl
edged It as an adroit move that spiked
the guns of his cnomlcs.
Immediately followed the pioKsals
for ;.eucc. '
In the midst of this the Delegate
began slowly hut surely to find out
what had been going on to flump him.
This did not bcoiii to flight ert 'him
but It did not Improve his confidence!
In the go id faith uf people who camo
to him with gifts hud 'kind 'words uf
pence. He found nrouml him n Inrgp
combination of enemies nnd boiuc of
his hitherto safe friends bought 'out
from under him. Overtures of JobB
wcro inndo to others nnd covert
thrcnts wcip not larking.
In the' midst of this mess thu Dele
gate Is striving to Ilnd peace with
'The "Klll-Kulilp" forces with whom
tho' Governor Is associated In tho
minds of tho politicians don't want
any peace. The Delegate doesn't want
to wreck tho party and at tho same
time ho hu no desire to enter Into
ugicemeuts that will put him In tho,
position of tr.lug to be a dictator In
the pally. Ho Is willing to go heroic
tho people, and some of his rrlcnds
tell htm Hint he Is going Into the
prcttlcht frame-np that over was, nf
hought-iip primaries shaped by tho
machine to wipe him off tho slate.
11 Is uudcrstond that what the Dele
gate would like to do would bo to hale
things set Ho -lowii so that he can re
Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
Clearance Sale of
Assistant Manager It. 11. Battler,
rrpicscnllug the Mitrooul win less sys
tem, snt In the little operating room
on board the Mntsnn Nnvlgstlon liner
Wilhelmina late hist night, as the
strainer nenrcd Hip 'harbor of Hono
lulu, unit sent messages and received u
sirlei of tomnierclal messages bear
ing Hun Francisco date lines,
Tho performance credited 'to tho
.Man onl "Installation In the AVIIhclmlnil
last nlghl Is said to have boon u rec
ord fur that csscl.
"Wo could huie easily sent or re
iclved message extending n thousand
I miles further than the two thousand
miles actually covered by the wireless
tidings that passed between the IVI!'
helinlna mul the station located near
San Francisco," declared Dpcrntnr
Hnwlcr this morning In dlsctisilng tho
work accomplished by -tho new appara
tus which but two trips ago superseded
th United wireless Installation here;
tofore used exclusively In all ,lntsu,ti
Siipciintondcnt of Education Wlll.s
T. Pope tins been notified by Supervis
ing Principal Talor of 'flnwull that
the Hllca school on that Island Is
open again. ' ,
This" was tho school over which
Principal II. IJ, Wilson, who has been
dismissed from tho sorvlec had
chnrpo. and his place has now been
filled by Principal S. Knhiill of Oahit.
Mrs. Patten Is acting as asslsttinl,
The roundhouse of Hip Pennsylvania
railroad at Altnona, Pa., collapsed,
damaging twenty loconiotliPs.
turn to Congress hut if It is a case of
fight ho will hrvc to stay with the
game, abide by the result, and If dc
ica'ed In the primaries go luck to
Washington and see what ho cm do
there 'during tho closing hours of tho
Ilggs for Hatching Ilnrred llncks.
White Hegimnis, 'IllacU Mluorcns ft
ii dozen, Phono 20M. 5163-lw
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