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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU", T. M, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
Ilii.tiilhin 1'ln.l llcgrcc.
Honnriilu ('oiiiiiiiuiitiT) Hcn
ul. ir. , p. in.
Autumn (luptrr Hose Croix
'lii-lalliill.ni. 7::iU i. in.
Oceanic First llcgrcc.
lliiriiinii) Clriptrr Nil I, I)
I). S -Kcctil.ir.
tl Tliltlot mimDim ol ta
Order am cordially Invited to
lttend meetlnra of local lidgtt
Jlcct on tlic
2nd mid Itli
nt K. 1'. Ilnll
7:50 1. 31.
WM. .mckim.i:v i.ontii:, 0. 8,
It. of 1'.
AP Moots ovorv 2nd nnd 4tli Satur
t, S3 day cu-nliig ut 7.30 o'clock In
feSK K. if 1' Hull, cor. Fort nnd
W Heretunt.i. Visiting brothers
cordially lnWlcd to attend.
A. P. gi;utz, C. C.
P. P. KILUKY, K. It. S,
HOMILI'LII I.OIKJi:, (ill!, II. 1. 0. K.
Sf- v .Honolulu Lodgo No. 61C,
nil. V. 0. Elks, meets In
K- tlwilf. .mil ..M t.'lni. Qt
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting llrotk
eri are cordially Invited
A. V Ml'ni'IIY. E. R.
H UVNSIlKi:. Sec.
0A1IU l.ODtn: .NO. 1, K. of 1.
Meets evoiv first nnrl third Frl.
VMday at 7 3 o'clock, I'ytlilan
3m37 Ilnll. miner Ttnrntiml i nml
Fort streets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
I" A HAWKINS, C. C.
o iip.ini:, k. ct n. & s.
HAWAIIAN TIMIIK JfO. 1, I. (). It. JI.
Meets every llrst nnd third
Tuesday of each month Id
Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F".
building. Viiitlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
HENRY A. ASCH, Sachem
LOUS A. PEItltY, C. of II
Honolulu Ai:i:ir. no, r. o. k.
Meets mi second and fourth
, Wednesday evening of each
month nt 7-30 o'clock. In
K of P. Ilnll. cornor Fort
nnd licrctanla. Visiting brothers aro
Invited to attend.
W1I. JONES, V. P.
J. W. ASCII, Secy.
IIOXOLIM.IT L0IHIE 0. 600,
I. O. (I. 3U
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening at 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMBUOSE J. WIItTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOHSON, Secretary.
;,Importer Fort St
MILTON & PAR80N8
wPHONE 3088 FORT 8TREET
w Miss Power,
Boston Block, Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club. Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
jvery latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITSi also ONE-PIECE
. LINEN DRESSE8 and LINGERIE
' 1027 NUUANU STREET
' Up-to-date Millinery and Man's Halt
Phone us your Baggage Order direct, and let us call for It In good time,
so that it may be properly SEALED and CHECKED.
City Transfer Co.,
; (Additional Shipping on Page 8)
MATSON WILHELMINA TO PORT
Captain Johnson Remains at San Francisco Seriously III
Younggren In Command of Hilonian Tomorrow a Live
ly Day In Matson Navigation Circles Mongolia Here
This Afternoon and to sail for San Francisco Tomorrow
The MntKon Navigation liner Willicl- Manchuria now on tho way clown
mlna, from San Francisco, duo to nr- from San Francisco and duo to arrive
. ,, ii , .. ..i i ..... , at Honolulu curly Wednesday morn-
rUo at Honolulu n mi early ho r to- , T Mnnchmlft , ,0 ,)0 .flscharg-
morrow morning w th n no 1 . udrcd , , mainland freight and
passengers aid a largo general cargo. , ,,r, a Iater mn BmollnllnK t(1
Is commanded by Cap a i Cl.as Peter- .,. Hack , , Intention
son 'the ymii gest Hklpper In tho I'a- )f HackfcW & Ca'tno Iocal ,
cillc. ' Captain 1'etcr Johnson, voter- ,n ,.,,, ,,, ,,, . ,. nriL ,
... navigator anil prominent Shrncr.
s n ery Blrk man In San Francisco,)
is n ery sick man it. son rranc.sco,
according to nimccH receive ui wns
Captain John was removed from lb',;r. . i ., "V . . .
Wllhrl.nl.in Immediately following tho ' '' B,"wc boMx tho hatches of
arrlxal of tho Mat.... steamer at tho . "?,'Tn "i'T s,?nmoffr ,ur
Coast' port. Ho has been ailing for ' ''c vps,,,c' cn.8 8 "" llllcs
. i m ,., .., i.u iii,,o i.,nv nn fl,r Sl" ranclsco at 6 o clock tomor-
ncuto turn a few dayS before tho liner.
slghtud tho FarralloncH. Captain
JohiiKon was relieved of command, be
ing unable to take the vessel to Crock
ett, whero tho sugar cargo destined
for the refineries was to ho discharg
ed. Cnptalu lvterson has been coming
Into this port for many months as tho
tklppcr of tho Hllnnlan, Ho la rated
as a lino fellow and justly popular
.vlth traelcrs as well as shippers. It
Is understood that l.o will retnin
charge of tho bridge of the Wllhelml
na for one round trip of that liner.
Tho Hilonian, now on tho way down
from Seattlo and Tacoma, is stated at
tho office of Castlo & "Cooko to bo lirl
command of Captain Yomigrcn, who
up to a few weeks ago was tho man
who ruled over tho voyaging of tho
Mntsoi.lau freighter Hyadcs
The Wllhclmlua nnd Hilonian of tho
Matson Navigation fleet are both ex.
iiectcd to appear off port at da light
tomorrow morning. Tho Wllhelmlnu
goes to tho Hnckfeld wharf whllo tho
Hilonian with quantities of cargo In
eluding lumber; will berth at tho Hail-
ay pier. Tho Lurllne Is being pro
1 arpil to sail for San Francisco st 0
t 'clock tomorrow evening, this vessel
to bo dispatched from Hnckfeld ipiny.
Hilonian Laden with Lumber.
Illg shipments of l'ugot Sound Him-
I er destined for several island porta
Is reported aboard tho MatHon Navlga
lion steamer Hilonian, now Hearing
I ho islands and duo to arrho at port
curly tomorrow morning.
According to a Into wireless jeeetv.
cd at tho agency of Castlo & Cooke,
tho Illlonlnn Is bringing !17,G92 feet of
lumber, 1140 tons general cargo, 2
packages express matter, and 4f head
mules for Honolulu,
Fort Allen freight includes 300 tons
merchandise and supplies and 14,240
Tho Hilonian noxt proceeds to Hllo
whero 201 tons cargo aro to bo left.
Kuhulul Is also listed oh a port nt
call and at this port tho Hilonian will
bo discharged of 274 tons freight nnd
179,1140 feet lumber,
For Kaanapall thcro aro CI tons
frolglit nnd G9.S83 foot lumber. Tho
Hilonian was 735 miles off port latt
Captain Nllsoi Made Fast Time.
Captain H. O. Nllson, tho well-known
bklpper of tho trim llttlo hark II. 1'
Itithet, wns anxious to learn whether
tho schooner Annie Johnson had mado
an nppoarauco nt Mahukona. Tho
Illthot arrived nt port yesterday with
1500 tons general cargo taken on
board at San Francisco, Tho Illthot
as well ns tho Johnson clcarod San
Francisco two weeks ago last Sunday,
It was predicted at tho tlmo that both
windjammers would ho placed on their
good behavior nnd that much rivalry
existed between tho skippers as to tho
ir-erits of tho sailing rigs provided
Tho Annlo Johnson Is -yot to bo
heard from nt tho Hawaii port. Tho
Illthot arrived horo with two paBBoii-
geis. Captain Nllson reports a lino
passage down from tho Coast, Tho
vessol Is lying at tho foot of Port
stieot, where a portion of her cargo
will bo discharged,
Manchuria Bringing Tourists,
A number of tourists aro believed
to bo inciuuou in tho list of. 68 cabin
passengers In tho Pacllic Mall liner
B d fc Wc(lncs(, evcnllv.
I Lurllne to Sail with Big Cargo.
At tho olllco of Castlo & Cooko 45
cabin passengers had booked today.
Tho Lurllne will nlso carry a nimn-
tlty of other products of tho Islands,
Including plno apples, hides, honey and
sundries. The l.urllno will sail from
Ikala Carried Australian Malls.
Tho llrltish steamship Ikala was
given tho last of tlireo thousand bar
rels of fuel oil at this port yesterday
afternoon, and departed for Melbourne
with her cargo of over three million
feet of lumber. Tho Ikala has boon at
tho port for tho past thrco days, call
ing hero for additional supplies of fuel
oil. It la predicted that tho ITrltlsh
steamer will reach her port of destina
tion In about 23 days. Tho Ikala was
given nn accumulation of mall destin
ed for Australia.
Tho llttlo schooner Flaurcnco Ward,
engaged In tho carrying of B.ipplles
botwecn Honolulu nnd Midway Island
tahlo station, will go on tho marino
railway for a cleaning and ro-palntlng,
preparatory to going to sea. It Is ex
pected that tho-vessel will depart for
a regular trip to Midway within a
week. Tho steamer, J. A. Cummlngs
was naiijcci uown from tho local mar
ino railway this morning nftor a gen
Skippers of thrco trans-Paclflc fill
ers en route to Honolulu Imvo wire
lessed In their positions as follows:
I. M. S. S. Mnnchurln. en rnutn
from- San Francisco to tho Orient, via
Honolulu, 8 p. m., Juno 9. 311 miles
from Honolulu. Mall 76 sacks. Will
arrlvo In tho morning Juno 12.
M. S. S. Wllhslmlnn, on routo from
San rranclsco to Honolulu, Juno 9.
415 mlleB from port. All well.
Per P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from tho
Orient, Juno 10. MIbs H. Hoywood,
Mr. Van Aalst. Mrs. Van Aolst, A. Car
rnn, .Mrs. D. T. Cascmont, Mrs. D. T.
Casomcnt, Gray Jasemcnt, Miss M,
Clarke, Arnold Cubltt. Mrs. Arnold
Cubltt, MrB. M. Howo, Miss I). Lock
wood, J. I). Mclnerny, Mies Mabel Mas
lln. A. T. Palgo, MrB. A. T. Palgo,
Miss II. Putnam, Mrs. K. Smlthcrs,
Miss F. Stnccy, Mrs. Stanloy J. Stan
ford. MRS. McGREW ILL
Mrs. J, S. McOrow, who Is roturntnc
homo on tho Wllholmlna, is In a very
serious condition, Judging from tho
wiroiosB mossagos rocolvcd In tho city.
It la roportod that Dr. C. II. Cooper,
who Is accompanying MrB. McOrow,
has sent a message asking that a hos
pital ambulance moet tho stcamor and
provision bo mado at tho Queen's Hos
pital for Mrs. McOrow.
Tho tux appeal board for (ho Island
of Oah.i will meet Wednesday at tha
local tax assessor's office. Tne num-bo,-
nf nppcala for this district has
boon ifduced mutorlally, only about
foity-i'lght remaining of the orlginnl
seventy nppeals taken. Most of those
are for nominal sums, though a fow
run h.lo six figures, while iho largest
Involves a difference of $2SI,004 be
tween tho assessed vnluation and tha.
amount roturncd by tho owners. This
la ono of tho nppoals taken by the
llornlco 1'. Ulshop Kstate. A largo
number Involve dlfforoncos of less,
than J 1,000.
Temperature 6 n. m., 72; 8 a. m
7G; 10 n. m., 78; noon, 79; minimum
last night. 71,
Wind 0 n. m., velocity S , direction
12.; S n. m., velocity IB, direction N.
P.; 10 n. m., velocity 12, direction N.
13: noon, velocity 26, directlo i S, K,
Total wind mocmcnt for past 21
hours, 232 miles.
nuromoter nt 8 n. m 3D II, dew
point at 8 n, in., C2; rclntUc humidity,
8 a. ru., 62; nbsolutc humidity, 8 a. m.,
Total rnlnfnll during past 24 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Coble to Merchants'
Monday, June 10.
SAI.INA CUUZ Arrived, Juno 7, S,
S. Alaskan, from Hllo May 23.
SAN FKANCI8CO Arrived, Juno 9,
2 p. m., U. 8. A. T. Logan, henco
Sailed, Juno 9, S. S. Mexican, for
MAY USE OIL
AS FUEL HERE
Army Posts Beginning to
Adopt nan and
That following successful experi
ments in other parts of the United
HtutcHj the army here may adopt oil
as furl nt nil posts. Is n no-wlhlllty
which Is well thought of by military
Heads here. Ho far there have been mi
orders Issued or tests mado. but the
fact that tho Western Division Is soon
to inuko the trial In California, lends
color to tho theory that If successful
there tho cltange will bo miido on Onliu.
According to advices from Kun Fran
cisco, strong recommendation will
probably bo mndo soon to the quarter
master general of the army in fa or of
oil as u fuel at army posts In Cali
Lieutenant Colonel Clcorge McK. Wll
llanison, constructing ii.irtcrinuHlcrnf
the Western Division, returned from
Now York and Washington recently
and lost no tlmo In.coiiHulting Major
Kensey J. Hampton, tho post uunrter
mnster, as to Ills experience with tho
tets which have been progressing for
some weeks at Fort Wii.llcld Scott.
Major Hampton and tho other otll-
icers interested urgo tho substitution of
oil for coal u.ii..nlllledly, claiming that
Its economy and facility of handling
are ndvantuges bej oriel calculation and
that the only question to bo deter
mined Is the selection of tho best sys
tem of burner for barracks purposes,
"Wo Imvo heard nothing of this olll
clally," said Captain ciamc, depot quar
termaster, to u II u 1 1 o 1 1 n reporter
this morning. "On Its face, however,
the plan sounds like a good one. At
big posts like Hchofleid Barracks there
Is considerable coal and wood consum
ed, nnd oil would probably bo cheaper
nfitl easier to handle. Of course, all
tho ranges and heating plants would
novo to hovo now burners beforo any
change of the kind could be made."
TUG KAENA CANNOT
TAKE HOLIDAY CROWDS
The Kamebameha Aquatic Club is
sues the following notice:
To our patrons and friends who gen
erously donated to tho funds of tho
Kamehnineha Aquatic Club, for tho
purposo of commemorating the natal
day of tho great conqueror:
Wo regret our Inability to fulfil on
account of nn license to take passen
gers as required by tho Federal regu
lations. Wo would sincerely nsk our
friends and patrons to take the route
as heretofore, and will provide boats
at the end of tho Kullhl sewer system,
near tho Knllhl Receiving Hospital, at
Knllhl-kai, between tho" two fish ponds
nt tho water's edge. Very respectfully,
KAMKllAMKHA AQUATIC CMJI1.
Per E. J. Crawford.
J. K. Knncpuu, chief clerk In Dep
uty Sheriff lloso's ofTlce, delivered tho
annual sermon of the Order of Ko
mohameha at Kawalahao churcii yes
SHKHIFF HAYS of Pasco, Wash
ington, who came bore to got Ihacl.l
Aral, Japanese nbsconder, will leave
In the Mongolia, duo to arrive from
tho Orient today.
IlKV. AKAIKO AKANA preached
from tho pulpit of tho Centrnl Union
church last night. Tho studonta of
tho Kamchameha school, Knwatahao
Semlnnry and Mld-Paclflc Institute
were in attendance.
JOHN II. DIIUW, mnnngor of tho
shipping department of Castlo &
Cooko and representing tho Matson
Navigation Company, returned yoBtor
day fiom a flying business trip to
Mnul, He was a passenger In the lin
er Lurllne, which called at Kahulul,
there to leave general cargo and take
on a quantity of sugar destined for
coast reflnortca, Mr. Drow waa much
Impressed with the outlook for a
bumper sugar ylold from some of tho
larger plantations on the Valley lslo.
CABLES NEWS TO FREAR.
Actlng-Oovornor Mott-Smttl. today
cabled Governor Froar sending tho de
tailed nowa of tho contracts awarded
for tho construction of tho now wharf
at Hllo. Tho $200,000 Involved la a
pleco of Information required by tho
Governor in presenting his atatcmonts
to tho President when naklng for tho
next bond Issuo for publlo Improve
ments In tho Torrltory.
AT THE PORT
No freight received nt Inter-Island
Tomorrow being a legal holiday,
business will bo practically suspended
at tho Inter-Island wharves,
Thp Pacific Mall liner Mongolia,
from tho coast of Asia, la duo to ar
rlvo off tho port on or about 2 o'clock
The Inter-Island stcamor Mlkahala
Is on the boards for doparturo for
Maul and Molokal ports at 6 o'clock
Tho Intor-Island steamer Nllhau
will sail for Ahuklnl and Kcatla at an
early hour this afternoon, taking gen
eral cargo and mails only. .
Thn Inl Ar.Talnntl atnn mnt IniHlnnl It
on the berth for quick dispatch for
iwainiKona, Kawallmc. Honolpu and
Klpahulu with general cargo.
Tho Bteamcr Wnllclohavlng been
discharged of n quantity nf'augar, will
bo dispatched without delay for Hono
kaa and Kuktilhnclc, taking general
A fair list of passengers has been
booked for the Inter-Islnnd steamer
Maunn Ken leaving for Hllo nnd way
ports at 10 o'clock noxt Wcdncsdny
Tho next mall to bo dispatched. from
tho islands to tho Coast will Icavo In
tho Pacific Mall liner Mongolia, ex
pected to Ball tomorrow morning for
General cargo destined for wind
ward ports along Kauai Is bolng load
cd Into tho steamer NOeau nrctiaru.
tory to tho Balling of Hint vessel for
tho Garden Island at 5 oclock this
In order to accommodnto Kauai
folk who would remain over at Hono
lulu for Knmohamcha Day celebration,
the Inter-Island steamer Klnau will
depart for the Garden Island on Wed
nesday Instend of Tuesday evening.
Tho Pacific Mall liner Mongolia, de
parting for San Francisco, tho Matson
Navigation liner Wilhclmlnn, arriving
from tho Coast, with n possibility of
me freighter illlonlnn nlso making an
appcarnneo, will add to tho general ac
tivity at tho port tomorrow despite
tho fact that It Is n holiday.
LIIIUF. Kauai, Juno 5, The second
sale of Llhue renl estate within tho
last Blxty days was consummated last
Saturday when J. A. natch, represent
ing tho Mutual Tolephono Co., pur
chased a Btrlp of land containing 60.0QO
feet from W. H. lllcc, Sr. The land
lies along Main street, paralleling tho
street for 300 feet, beginning across
tho street from tho Garden Island
building. It runs back two hundred
feot, taking In tho lot upon which now
btands tho blacksmith shop and a Jap
To a reporter Mr. Ilalch stated that
work would commence on their new
plant within about throo months and
that as soon as It wcro possible to get
the power from our now plant tho
plant would bo completely Installed,
This ho thought would bo probably
about tho first of tho year. A sum
amounting to ten or fifteen thousand
dollars will bo Bpont on tho plant and
Improvements. A two-kllowat plant
Is anticipated, which, according to
Mr. Ilalch, will bo n vast Improvement
over tho present plant. Garden Isl
and. PUNCHBOWL LOTS
Attorney General Lindsay Is receiv
ing prefcrenco-rjght notices from res
Idcnts on tho Punchbowl slopes who
deslro to obtain tltlo to their homes
when the land reverts to tho Govern
ment on August 15. Thcro nro about
260 lota In tho tract, 160 of which al
ready aro occupied. Those occupying
lots and desiring to purchaso thorn
will havo that privilege being glvon
first preference If notlco is filed. Tho
others will bo sold at public auction
by tho Land Commissioner on August
15, tho clay on which tho tract reverts
to tho Government.
Tho appraisers woro -to turn over
tholr roport on tho lots to tho Attorney
YEAR MARRIED LIFE
ENOUGH FOR THESE TWO
After ono yenr's experience of mar
ried life, Joseph S. Quni nnd Emma
Qunl decided that It A'as hotter for
thorn to separate Mrs, Qunl, a protty
girl of part-Japanoso and part-PortU'
guoso extraction, recently Hied a db
vorco suit In Judge Whltnoy'a court
alleging oxtrcmo cruelty and nnnsup
port. Ponding tho signing of tho do
creo by Judge-Whitney, Mrs, Qunl Is
allowed ?8 per week.
Qunl has been ordered by tho court
to pay the attorney's fees of Mrs. Qu
nl. E. C. Petors appcarod for Mrs.
Qunl, the libollant, and Lorrln An
drews represented tho llbclleo.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ivan Borodin, n native of Mogllnff,
IIiissIh. tmlnv fnrmtillv ilnMtirnt .tic
Intention to becomo a citizen of tho
Tho American schooner Ilopeat,
which haa been discharged of a ship
ment of'lumbcr, will bo dispatched foi
Pugot Sound ports along about Wed
.ncsday of this weok,
MAJ. E, V. SMITH TO WED
Officer-Sportsman Will Be
come Benedict Next
Service nnd civilian society In Ho
nolulu Ii soon to wclcomo another
army hostess, who. even were It not
for her own popularity, would receive'
a most cordial reception on account of
tho military and social prominence of
ncr nusnatid-to-bc, Major Urncsto V.
Smith, Second Infantry.
Tho nrmy transport Thomas, due
hero Wednesday afternoon. Is bringing
to Honolulu Mrs. A. C. Jordan of
Ilerkcley, On!., who ,ls to become Mrs.
Smith as soon after tho docking of tho
ship an tl.o ceremony can bo perform
ed. Tho marriage will be celebrated
In Honolulu, and will bo n quiet affair,
attended Only by a few' Intimate
Mrs. Jordan has never been In Ho
nolulu before, but ho is well known
to many .army pcoplo here, who aro
eagerly looking forward to tho chnnco
of welcomjng her to Hawaii ncl. Major
Smith arrived hero several months ago,
liming finished a tour of duty as nrmy
paymaster nt Son rranclsco. He
served two nfonths hero In a similar
pout about n year and n half ago.
Isoldes being a West. Pointer who
tills July will have served thirty years
In tho United States army, Mnjor Smith
Is one of the best known clubmen nnd
ono of the keenest sportsmen In the
service His particular hobby Is golf,
mill the above plcturo was taken on
tl.o Infantry course nt Lcllcl.ua, which
Major H.ntth himself laid out n few I
Whllo there were only four entries
In tl.o Irwin Cup race-, tho first event
on the regnttn program of the Hawaii
Yacht Club, which was sailed ycstiv
ilny, the Held represented all tlu whllo
wingers now available for comp"tl
tlon, and tho committee feels satisfied
with results. Four ynchts may !ii a
small field, but 100 per cent, of tl.o
mntcrlal at hand Is n line proportion
Tlio raco wns won by tho Gladys,
Captain Tom King's speedy sloop, in
the good tlmo of S hours 13 minutes,
which Is Just about what tho experts
figured tho raco would bo sailed In
Good nlrs prevailed, nnd thcro were no
accidents, foldings or unpleasant In
cidents to mar tho success of the day
Tho speedy Helene was missed from
the starting line, and there wns con
siderable regret that Captain Lylc's
Ixiat wnir not In racing trim. The
1 t I .'
ALE and. STOUT
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
3IAJ. KltNKSTK V. SMITH.
course vas from the spar buoy to 'i
stake boat at Koko Head, to a state
boat off Pearl Harbor, and thence Inch
to tl.o spar buoy.
Following Is tho tlmo of tho drt
three boats to finish:
Gladys Crossed the starting Mne
.1:38: 1C, llnlshed 5:48:CJ Corrci-tr-l
time, G: 1.1:00.
Mollllou Crossed tho starting lli"
3:17.49, finished 5:17:49. Correilisl
Charlotte C Crossed the still Mm:
line 3:48.52. finished S:4S:62. CorrcU
ed time, 5:23: 2.
The initial handball tournament nn
the new Y. M. C. A. court stnrts this
afternoon nt fl o'clock. Thorc aro ten
entries, nnd during tho next few
weeks every man will play every oth
er man. Knelt match will consist of
two out of three games of 21 points
ench. Following nro the entries, all
playing from scratch with thu excep
tion of C. Alexrod, who allows ouch.
of 1.1b opponents !.: C. Axelrod, V.
Mnrcalllnn, G. Dwlght, M. V Perrcna,
W. A. Itasemon, Win. Itarnhnit, C
Louis. J, Louis, D. II. Mossman, S, G.
i v- -fx i i: