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VOLUME IV. NO. 493.
HONOIITLTJ, h. T., FSIDAT, JANTJAST 10, 1902.
PBICE FIVE CENTS
Z RATES: I
- Per Month 5&Z
One Year S.S0 ?
Z Six Months.... 3.0A
r Three Months . LSS Z
SAILORS TO HATE
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Plans of Wilder
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Allttllgiug Wl uuuupauuu ui waguuu diuoiv
By One Hundred Officers and Other
i t . ., Employees on Vessels. -
WtUcir'c SUwmahin Company is
w ... mi iirir ho or
for all the me in its enpw).
1rtAmt r 1. Wtrht nf the steam-
hit. mmmnj and J.' O. Ughtfoot. I
manager of the Sanitary Steam Laun-
Arj. discussing the proposi-
tiO(t of transferring the large two-
uou txierrins tne i rS ,
Story rrame nutraiug at wueea auu
South etreeta. known aa the Magoon
Mock, teio a reaktence for the deck-,
hrnuda. stevedores and other employee
of the company.
AH Employees Together.
For some time past Wilder' Steam
.hi. rw..i. h. Wn HOTioa tn I
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nuc amae nmiRniia wntnvuy on
Um Mipkye could he housed in one
iilii m m tkaf tkA. iwutLt Iia rnnvnnl.
euUy and quickly coaimunlgated with
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3Hny ana an times wnen uiey wero(
aueded. At present, and for some
Um past, the deck hands and others j will have an office in the building j "x motion was made that all who
hare been living aboard, the various i which will be in charge of a man na(j not pledged themselves to sup
vessels oa which they are employed. ' whose duty it will be to keep in touch port the Home Rule Republican plar
TWs arrangement was made to ex-! wlth every steamship employee on the ; form should be called upon to express
pedHe the dispatch of the steamers I Premises. Telephonic communication j their opinion. Some of the membeis
1 alleviate the many and various ' W,U be established between the lodg-' said that there were no by-laws com-
tratfctes caused by the absence of ' ? housc aml thc mfn f0,Iice of thef Pel,inS a mmber to e an lj
w , .u- .iL. ....., . Wilder company, so that any one of support the platform, while othe.i.
MCHIRIP VI luv eiCVIHClO .4 V 11 . 1.1 n
time when they were most needed.
the nwst comfortable thing in the .
world fr the employe, especially if (
he peon ess a family and Ids wife and i
children are compelled to bo separated
from him mott of the time.
Model Lodging House
The steamship company has finally
arrived at the determination to let all
its men live ashore when their steam-j
rs are In porL To this end Prosl -
dent Wisht has conferred with Mr.j
UKhtfoot. The latter gentleman has'
chane of the Maaoon block and Uie
aoaen or so little cottages in the rear ;
f the large building, and It has j
been arranged and planned that the.;
large building and the cottages shall
soon becomes the homes ot one hun-
dred or more employes of the Wilder
The cottages and the large build- j
! a ..mMa a- anil will mvnmnin
sate quite a number of people. The,pany with Mr. Lightfoot who has I
I... m kHtMlni. k.l nlHAtVJIAVlin mntlK nltnrcrn nt tlin Ct&am 1 flimitm o tl A thfl t
tTiCV WWITMM. U. M.-J. -uw. .. .w. .
Th cottages hare from five to seven
rooms, are lighted by electricity,
hare porcelain baths, hot and cold wa
ter ami sanitary plumbing. The idon
Is to house the men of the steamship
maay hero, together ui Mr (
families, ami exclm e all others so
that the mUMlngs will be devoted on-j
Urelj- to the accommodation of thSj
Wilder employes. So that the lives
of the occnpauU may be rendered as .
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lOeasant as possible, the place Is to be
a motel lodging house.
Three Dollars Per Month.
i. , . . , ,... ! This is not at all satisfactory. The
V.Ml arrangements have not jet... . ... ...
bee deAnltelv concluded. It Is under-
SUM thai U the Wilder mpaa.
T1 " , .. uVi 1
will supply not less than one hundred
mhw and guarantee occupants tor
?VtL.I Tu iZZ
rooms will tfe let for the nominal sum I
Of Are oolrnrs per month. The cot I
tags will be used. It Is expected, for ,
the mates aad other oucers of the
company. Where there are several
1 J I
person la one family, the rooms will
be let en suite, so that every coave-
ale.ee will be afforded to families.
Th. .ittoiri. v.Bkm. tn th '
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wnuriroai. neing a matter ot oniy a j
few minute' walk from the Wilder ,
wharrMK axl shmw. Ta hous is nl.
so near the fish market and there are
one or two beer salooas In the neigh-
so that the thirsty sailor
coming; from an later-Island trip may
Ana eooUag draughts at hand. Ono
or two billiard parlors nre located in
th building on the ground' floor and
thtere are plasty of stores In the tI
ctntty. t Sanitary Quarters.
There are certain things which pre-J
., nf WnrfAnn BlnnV
plane of the steamship company, but
ey are likely to be in effect within
r month or two at the latest.
cnM,inl attention will be naid to the .
sanitarv condition? of the premises. ,
There will be a man in charge of the
place who will have a corps of assist-
I ants to see that every room is kept
scrupulously clean and that certain
imperative rules of living are com-1
together ,Q one buIldIng ,t is urgent
j,i Cnm na . in ciiarfa tn enrrv
out sanitary rules, which will be post-'
ed In everj' room for the benefit of
the occupants, and these rules will
rtro. -,.-111 1A milntnlnml rTI thp .
premises and everything will be done
to insure the comfort and welfare of
'the noonle. Fire-buckets will be sup-1
piled -and several fire-extinguishers
will be placed around the building in
riH7.j. in Vi Rfitlinn
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The Wilder Steamship Company j
the employees can be communicated j
witn, u ne is in tne esiauiisnmt:iu. ai.
im f t"e,da" 0r,nl.ShV "'f" I
watchman will be on duty during the
hours of darkness to look out for fire
or trouble of any kind.
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Those of the employees of Wilder's
company who are acquainted with the
, plans which are being made for their
benefit, as well as for the convenience
of the company, are heartily in favor
of tho idea- For a lonS t5me a num'
ot the sailors and others have
been strenuously objecting to life
aboard ship while in port The mar-
oneg espoclallv baVe a kck com
,ng The new arrangement ls HkeIy
j,lease alj hands and prove a reat
what President wjght SayS-
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er company. In an interview last nighL
raid: "I have been discussinir the
maUer of a lodging house on Queen
.,i r n. t - i.n ...
viltu(, u Ur ;.t;111 UUUUU1J tV.i 1UV
buildings at the corner of Queen and j
South streets, but, as yet, our ar-i
rangements have not been completed, i
They are likely to be. though, before
very long. It is the desire of the com-
rnnv tr iot oil tt? mon tnrothor n'hotM
trflck Qf ,n Qf need
..ConsIderable inconvenience has
boon caused 0. the inability, on the
part oi he coinpany, to get hold of
umu oi me coiupnuy, io g"l uoia oi
its men when they were often needed. '
j At present a number of the employees
are staying aboard ship while in port.
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recess and will be a boon to the men
as wel1 as a Sft convenience to the
th""a vJew. tJ oerfect Sanltarv!the b!d of oneJfirm to a member oi,
condlUons and good order."
Mr- Ughtfoofs Remarks
Mr. Lightfoot says thni while the .
arrangements nave not yet been
comPieiru. me nouse at me
corner of South and Queen streets
wl. he believes, soon be occupied by
the employees of the Wilder company,
He says that the cottages will be used
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" ti h'"""""".' ". "iia auu .
other officers of the company. Rooms I
in the large house will be rented for
the small sum of three dollars per 1
Charlock would produce the bid.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL. The HollIster representative imme-
idiatelv drove to see Dr. Slogcett.
A grand masquerade ball will be! - ;,..,... t-j v.- .v-
given on Thursday, January 16th. atcould not see bId . jg. -
the Lustitana Hall, by the Concordia
Society. There will be a prize for the
best imitation character costume and
one for the most comical one. Doors
will be opened at 7.30 and the dancing
I reserved for the masqueraders
, OCKKE. iicsets ai i eacii, iur nuc
i by M. G. Silva and V. J. Dias, and
I Gonvalves L. Co., and can also be pur
i chased from members of the clab at
; the door.
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HE1TED HOME ROLE DISCUSSION
Misunderstanding as to Wording of
By-Laws Creates Long and Warm
Argument Which Results in Sud
den Termination of Meeting With
out Transaction of Any Business.
"We will force Prince Cupid Kala-
nianaole to run as representative from !
.,- -,,-!, restrict when the election
is announced," said a prominent Home
Rule Republican last night
matter was discussed at the meeting
an(( although no decision was arriv
ed at &nd Prince Cupid says he does
, aot know whether he will run or not,
' we are bound to have him run. The
iinmu Pni Rcnnhiicnns ar nn toD
now and we are not going t0 sp0ii 0ur
chances by nominating anyone but
the best man for the position left,
,Q ,?03t, of rhihnlrt nil-
"You can say that
Cupid is the
nominee of the Home Rule Repub
lican party and you will have it cor
rect. "Most of the time at the meeting
was taken up by a heated discussion ,
which was brought about by a mis-
understandine of terms
&Ha tnere was such a by-law. Tliera
was no copy of th constitution at
2'3nd t0 Whfch tf' rcfer SO the.matte'
could not be sealed. The whole arg.'-
ment which rcn'U ?mounted to note
in ftpr nil w.na over tha rrn Mn. '
waiian word's 'hooia' and "hoohikr '
ft,Q r,. .,., m n
KU; IU11UL1 illCUmilb LU aUlLUl Jl lUll-
firm, and the latter meaning an oath,
In discussing the matter the two
Mums wuum uisi&i uu geiuug irauo-,
posed and misapplied and confusion
resulted. One insisted that the by
law said 'to affirm,' while another in
sisted that it spoke of taking an 'oath-'
"A resolution was passed thanking
the management of the drill shed for
the use of the building for the great
mass meeting last Saturday.
"Delegate Wilcox was referred to
as Hawaii's next Governor, but no res-
olution was taken In th mnttor Tn. !
deed most of the time was taken up .
in argument on the two words which
I have mentioned."
JJltUlllllvjl J hAMo 1J
SEE SMITH'S BID
HOLLISTER ASKS HEALTH BOARD (
When Benson, Smith & Co. recent
ly secured the contract to supply 'the ,
Board of Health with drugs there was ,
immediately much curiosity on the
pmi oi oiner urugg. m nonoiuiu as
. . (
J? ine Pcs ma. uenson Smih &
Co. had bid on certain articles.
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.-v ilccui.iu,c ux me numsier i
TllTt frnYnn nn- - 4k n(Tl.A
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the bid of Benson. Smith & Co. i
SecretaryCharlock informed him
rVrrhnrinoir ?nfr-mo i.m
that he was not privileged to show '
ianv other firm and that the bids we.'j
on file and would remain on file as '
t .-. .o ..s ,.j V.V...-v. tv.. nn in. it-i
fused to show them. .Mr. Charlock
said that the bids had been nude. '.he;
contract Jiad been awarded and that'
j will begin at S p. m., the floor being (
the business was closed; that he had '
ao right to show the bid and that the
favor ought not to be asked. He add-.
ed that if th wmii..,. n..,,. r.T.,. ,
. . . . .
ijuny wautea to see uenson, smith &
Co.'s bids very much he might see
President Rlosr-Ptt nr tho nnr
Health and ask his permission. If.
Dr. Sloggett said all right, then Mr. '
.. w.,,.. 'uilu, uiui ui. ac
sion was granted bv the Board of
The matter, therefore, will prob
ably be brought up at the next meet
ing of the Board of 'Health.- -
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: Members of Second Gongrega-
(ion Enroll Themselves
With Bishop Willis.
OTHERS STILL CHUBGH MEMBERS
SITUATION SAME AS IN POLITICS
WHEN VOTERS ARE ENROLL-
ED BEFORE ELECTION.
' Sole Desire of Bishop ;s to Present an
Undivided Congregation to His
Successor Members Held to
Promised Allegiance to Constitu-
tion of the Episcopal Church
Last night the time' limit given to
members of St- Andrew's Congrega-
tion to sign their names to the regis-
"' iiJ "s ' '3--
i l,uu lur waruens. etc., ciosea, anu
those members who have not regis-
teied will not be entitled to vote. They
will not lose their standing as church
members, however, in any way or
"It is perfectly clear." said Bishop
Willis last night to a 'Republican re
porter, "It is exactly rthe same as in
political affairs. There are thousands
of citizens in the United States who
do not register for elections and do
not vote; but they do not lose their
standing as citizens. It is exactly the
same in this case. Members who have
not registered will lose their vote, but, '
as far as their standing in the church
is concerned, that remains the same
Held to Promised Al.egiance
Vfftaar, nr- oiWoar. ,.uorr. on- Y.a.
v.u " o..v. ). uaU (
conditions then prevailing gave reason'
or tho listener of a cond Congre-I
Cation, bllt When we in the Svnod ac-
cepted the constitution of the Protes-
tant Episcopal Church, and as the
luusicsuiiuiib tjjc limy icionucu,
they are now, through those represen-,
tntiv!j roQnnnih1 fni- thi nrnmi:wl t
allegiance to the constitution of the
Protestant Episcopal Church. -T Every
body must abide by it as they prom
ised to abide by it.
Dual Congregation Inadmissible.
"The constitution of the Protestant
Episcopal Church does not allow the.
i.ctonnn f .inoi nniKn-Aimiinn ,n-
side of the ame church and as a con-
sequence it is my aim to deliver this
church into the hands of the coming
Bishop as one church with one con-
gregation. This was the reason for s,b,e tQ tfae Queen.s Hosgpital where
the notice which was given some"time every attention was given the ferri
age and which caused such conster- 0ly wounded lad.
nation in the Second Congregation. After leaving Vierra at the hospital
It has been thought and represented
that tn5s was a new motion .by me.
It was not It was simply the point-
ing out by me of the logical conse-
nnenrp linked on the action of the Svn-!
od and no new motion by Bishop
Purpose of thee Synod.
.Thp Svnn.i was paned for the DUr-
" juuu "" -"- - ."- r
pose of carrying through the resolu
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uuu uiuuc cu ciia s,u vj unufa vu.o
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Uiocese IXIIU uuiuu nuu mc riuiuiaui
Episcopal Church upon invitation be-
received lo do so" This "solution
was unanimously carried and
Synod also accepted the constitution
of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
1 stated simply that the constitution
would go Into effect on the first of the
year as was naiusai.
Notices to All Clergy.
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nr fha oifrsTYTnpn nst ixut iui nuuw
OI. ine, .T TJ13' " !-'
lu,u a,on 0UCT Ior iae ,wer "" "c J
the Islands' ,!t 0 pointed out
to Mr. .Mackintosh that he could re-
celve a canonry in the church and
would be able to perform such ser-
r - olro o nnnnnrv- in tht phurch and
vices as he. holding a responsible and
important government pmon, ,
free to Perform- II is clear thaL as
-MacKmiosn ls oouna -v s0"' elected the following officers: T. A.
efnIneIlt P031"00 from nlne li" two' Simpson, president; Julius AscheJ
oclocfc on week days, he would notST1-ce.prsIdent. 0scar Anderson, " sec-
sbe able to perform a service at 11 :,,-.. xv -n.- rv..,,,i ,.. n.
o'clock on a week day. as there I
J often occasion to.
Delay Not Necessary.
"You are aware that a letter was '
sent from the Second Congregation J. England; Dr. C. E. Camp, physwtbe role of the broken down actor Yarrow, as stated by mistake yestar
asking me .to defer action until an clan. - - taken by Billy McClaln who also day.
' ins bishop, to a letter which was
him asking for his jedgment
f matter. I have sent an answer to
that letter addressed to one of the
wardens. Mr. Davies. In this letter I
I state that I am perfectly cognizant of
the fact that the presiding bishop will
answer them that this diocese Is oat
of his jurisdiction and will be so an
til April l. It is natural that I do not '
Sought Undivided Congregation.
"That the registration did not take
place right at the beginning of the
year was simply because a grace was
given. The House of Bishops looks
to me to put the constitution into
working order here as far as it is
possible and I intend to pursue the ,
course of action I have started on and J
i endeavor to hand to my successor an j
undivided coneresration according to
.the constitution of the Protestant
i Episcopal Church.
I Second Members Sign.
1 "The registration of names closed
j tonight and although I can not pre -
CIsel-v state the number of names'
jcgisiereu. 1 kmw mai quite enougn
nave signed-to carry on a successful
eleion. Among the names signed
are a number from the Second Con-
gregation. If they had all registered
' they would easily have carried the
' election and Mr. Mackintosh would
have, a canonry in the church. As
' it is Mr. Mackintosh has declined the
offer as he of course would not be
the head of a congregation
BOY BICYCLIST IS
VERY BADLY HURT
HACK SHAFT TEARS AWAY CHEEK
Willie Vierra Runs Into a Hack at
Midnight on King Street Near
Thomas Square Hackman Takes
Him to the Hospital.
Willie Vierra, a sixteen year old
Portuguese boy residing on Vineyard
' street, met with a horrible accident
' shortly after midnight.
He was riding along King street.'
I near Thomas Sonare on a hirvole nn.l
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,& .u iu nae- uau no iignt at ine
time. He was traveling at a rapid rate
toward town, when he ran into a hack,
rtr.ren l.v TTorn-inHnr r.f 111 ctnnr.
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The ,mfort,inate oov struck the
ieft side of his face on the left shaft,
of tJie vehicie horxiblv tearing the
cheek so that'alra0st all of the right
cheek and ear were torn away. j
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ll IU1IUCU 111 i il.Ul TT1I.11 V11T; UIX.J
cle on top of him and was uncon-
j scions when Hackman t ernandez
went to his assistance.
Fernandez brought his hack to a ,
standstill as quickly as possible. He
was startled' when the bicyclist ran.
into his rig. not being ablevto notice
nls aPProach until it was too late to '
got out of the way.
The hackman lifted the
and unconscious form of the boy into
his hack and drove as rapidly as pos-
Fernandez drove to the police station
and reported the sad affair to the
night clerk. Fernandez was very
much upset over the accident and de-
c,areu lnat ne coum not possiDiy
have avoided it as he did not see the
lad until he was almost upon the
hack. The hack was moving at a fair
pace at the time of the accident. '
It was learned at the hospital at
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uu icguiucu luiutiuuauRS anu mat.
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"- aa inuug ia (juiuiiy u cuuia uc
It was said that he would
cgver and was not in any danger j
as far as his life was concerned.
Adams Collides With a Buggy.
W. D. Adams, an employe of the'
Bergstrom Company, collided with a
"usi, uue uuiuu, a iJiiiitru uurse,
near the Moana hotel Wednesdav
evening. The bugcy lost a wheel and
Adam thrown frnm h! ),.
nn-i nt-0,i n nrr,n w ..,
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carried into the ho el where . hU
wounds, one on tae elbow and a cut
under the chin, were attendd to.
timler thp phln uwp nttpndrf to
Eagles Elect Officers
Wednesdar night the Honolulu
Ejrie of the Fraternal Order of Eagles ,
w. Bowerchaplain;' Harry Flint, con-1
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j ductor; Thomas Black, inside gnard; !
R. Mayfield. outside guard; trustees.
Charles Graham. C. J. McCarthy. W.
answer could be had from the presid-
TO OGDEN FETHERS
Knights ol Pythias Entertain
Supreme Chanceller of the Order Well Received
By Honolulu Members An Address
Full of Interest. . ,
' A grand reception and dance were
f given, at the Progress hall last night.'
i,y the Knichts of Pythias In honor of
the supreme chancellor of the order.
Ogden Fethers, who is at present eu-
joying a visit to these Islands. The
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event, which was a perfect success,
was gotten up by the following.com-
Executive H. J. Gallagher, chair-
man; J. W. Kidwell, G. Erlckson. F. ,
Kidwel!. A. V. Gear. Ed. Towse, C. V. i
M. Foster, Dr. Sinclair. j
Heceptlon-John A. Hassinger,!
. chairman; Dr. Grossman. E. P. Dole.!
Dr. Anderson. G. Erlckson. E. W.S
Ward. George Hons. Dr. Derby. Z. K.
Myer, D. Dayton, R. Shingle. S. J.
Salter, C. M. V. Forster, Mr. Reidv.
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?a'rmn: ?' Denn,so. Wlte.
( I. IV. u. iv .iu.n.1.-, t . tt . IMIUl, o.
j. Saiteri s Decker.
1 Music W. H. Hogg, chairman; H.
F. Wichman, W. G. Ashley, A. Arndt.
Work H. J. Gallagher, chairman;
A. V. Gear, Ed. Towse, A. L. Morris.
Hall H. McKecmiie, chairman;. E.
Towse, Z. K. Myer.
Finance John D. Holt, chairman;
John Xeill, A. E. Murphy. A. Roson -
blatt A M. Gartpnhere.
T-.. .I j. r, rr, tt.1I !-.
t-ui uuuiuem v. . wuuer, cnair-
man; J. B. Gorman, F. Kilby. J. T.
Crawley. A. E. Murphy. Dr. Peterson,!
C.hn 'AehlAv -W H Hnnirc Inhn TTIil.
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welL A- v- Gear H. J. Gallagher. E.
Many to Greet Chancellor.
At S o'clock there was a goodly
assemblage present in. gala dress
ready to greet the supreme chancel-:
Ion A short while afterwards the,
guard of honor of Sir Knights arrived
and filed in parade in two lines facing
each other on the middle of the floor.
The guard under the command of
Captain Saltus, First Lieutenant Mc-
Kegue and Second Lieutenant White-
' house, escorted the supreme chancel-
Ior's carriage from the Hawaiian hotel'
to the hall, where they preceded him ,
When Mr. Fethers and party arrived '
they passed through the file of Sir
Knights and proceeded to a comer in '
the room where they were presented '
"COUNTRY COON" IS
A GREAT SUCCESS
PLAY FULL OF MIRTH AND MUSIC
Plot Centers Around Hogan Who
Arrives With Chicken and Car- j
an Heiress Storm
A large crowd turned out last night
to see Ernest Hogan and his company .
in "The, Country Coon" at the Or- j
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The play abounds in mirth and music
wlth suck things as a storm at sea
and a "possum" hunt tbrown in.
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The plot, if such there bo. centers
around Hogan who. as the Country
de from a farnW
w . a enHp. K.. n- .. tfc. ;
. '. .... '
helress. Every step of his trans-,
formation, however, is funny and from
der his coat unUl he pops the ques-,
tion to Clarinda he Is kept bnsy
pleasing his audience, with real j
comedy. - '
He was ably assisted by each and
aPan. ,k i,, ... -ro..
singing was excellent and many of'
.-.., ... Ui ..&c voow a
the choruses were encored time and
A good piece of character work was I
to the people, who filed posea. th
chancellor shaking hands wKh all.
Talk to Ladles anrf nrntim.n
After the presentation Mr. Fathers,
,a a bort. speech, spoke of the sneceaa
U,e order lh Ka,sht of Pythte.
and of the good which was effected ter
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It. He called the attentkw of the
men to the great value which the or
der had for them, and he addressed
the ladles, showing that their husbasjssj
were being made Into more true and
better men through ks iaUaow:. He
endetl his speech by expressing the
P"1 Ps 'hch this trip to the
Is,anls nad a'Toral him and spok tm
p,ow,np terms ot th beattl3r w-
cbarm of this country.
I v"c' lul!s !l",rvn lot BRWVe
P,a-VH1 tne S marcs, wan m$
' led by Dr. and Mrs. Sinclair.
Tho rest of the eTenitix wm
f In dancing, which, together with
music, the finely decorated hall and
the cooling refreshments which wr
served between dances, was vastly en
joyed by all present.
Those Who Were Present.
Among those present were the fol
lowing: Supremo Chancellor Ofmem
Fethers, Mrs. Hayward, Dr. and Mr.
Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Williams,
-nr- an Mrs- u- wmieaeau. mt. ana
j Mrs- Salter. Mr. and Mrs. Barnharl.
Mr- antl JIrs- Carl Taylor, Mr. ami
Mrs. f! . K MOOri Mr 3u) MrS. W.
H- Salth- Mr- anl Mrs- Bamreee, Mr.
and Mrs- D- R- McNicholI. Mr. and
. .irS ijlmpiQn. .Mr. antt .MrS. A
Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. It. Wallace, Mr.
and Mrs. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
Wardrell, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Berry, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Jncobsen. Mr. and Mrs.
Parmalee. Mr. and Mrs. T. McTtghe,
Mr. and .Mrs. W. W. Wright. Mr. and
Mrs. Middleditch, Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, iir.
and Mrs. Bryant. Mrs. Ward, Miss Ljr-
man. Miss Gunderson. Miss Oss, Miss '
Andrews. Mlsg Wright. Miss Dayton,
Miss Mossman. Judge Perry, HeniT
Giles, George Angus. J. D. Crawley, J.
Merrithew. Mr. WalcoU, M. M. Cohen.
Mr. Biirmastow. Ira Berger. Thomas
O'Bryan. H. Myhrie, A. Morris, H. J.
Gallagher, Sam Decker. J. B. Gorman.
Mr. Booth. John Eckerat. II. Mc-
Kechnie, Mr. Mac. W. A. Disney. A. B.
Murphy, A. Arendt. Jas, MeCraMy, J.
W. Carter, Cbas. BelUna. F. H. Kllbey
E. J. Town and many others.
made a hit with his
The show bad no less thaa Utreo
female impersonators, one of them
being Clenault who. as the French
adventuress, made by so eharmlag
a woman as to fool many In the audi
ence. Madam Cordelia as the swell so
ciety leader acted the character to
perfection and fitted the part.
Tktc n-Aalr tpIII AnH fVa llakvaa mm.
gagement and packed bouses should
be the rule every night
NEW ORPHEUM ARTISTS.
T. , v, .,.., i D., . .
Those who remember the woril
entertainers when here before, wfjl h
pleased to kaow that they will arrtre
by s. s. Afaaeda a eompaar
, taan tWrtv the he, ramja.
J tUfcoVkl to 1
v,e V potmen tat couw Im gaths
They are under the management of
1 Messrs. Lee & Rial, who hrnwjrht
""e ""r OM,B' Here a8G lH
reiaain over uaUl the Ventura salte'
r Australia January 22nd.
While here they will give a series
of eight performances at the Orph-
hr,nniT,o. f-.. -r ....
- - .u6JiUUu0..,JauaaCy '".
Mrs. 301163 Music Class.
The music class at the Y. M. a A.
will be led by Mrs Yardlcy. not Miss
TOstt aS immedSato realization of 'the