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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
Ltahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific Second Degree.
All visiting member of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend me (tings of local lodges
BARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Mtts Try Monday evening ftt
:8 la I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Btreet.
E. H. HENDRV, Secretary.
BEN. F. VICKERS. N. U.
All vliitlng brothers Tory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 3, K. OF F.
llNti Try 2d and 4th Tuesda)
t tch month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Tort and Beretnnls. St3.
rieltlBB Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LTLE, C. C.
F. WALDIION, K. of It. & 9.
OAHTJ I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
McU every flrat and third Fri
day evening at T.SO In K. of P. Hall.
corner Tort nnd Deretanla. Vbttlng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. Q. DEHI11NO, CO.,
JA8. W. WHITB, K.H.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge Nc. 616, B. F. O.
K will meftt In their hall on King
oear Fort street every Friday even
'ng. By orde- of the fcl R.
HENRY C. EA8TON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
m. M'KII'TLEY LODGE No.8. K.of F.
Meets every Saturday evening at
1:20 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, eor
Fort nnd Deretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend,
YV. L. KRAZKB, C.C.,
H. A. JACODSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each1 month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Bcretanla and Fort street.
Visiting Eagles are Invited U at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Socy.
HAWAIIAN THIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Moets erery first and third Thurs-
lays of each month at Knights ol
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
ttally Invited 'o attend.
A. D. ARLHiail, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
Pacific Photo Gallery
PACIFIC PHOTO GALLERY
Bait and latest method of photogra
IT HOTEL 8TEEET near NUUANU.
K. HAMAMOTO, Manager.
BBST AND Al ICE CREAM PARLOR
Delicious Cakes and Candles on Hand
IT Hotel St Tel. 471.
F. S. Nagami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST, bet. Nuuanu & Bethel
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jelling A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper.tPaints, Oils,
Sto. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
fit., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
BXCHLLINT LAUNDRY WORK
don ky ths
i.lth their new FRENCH dry cleanlna
IN Bs.-etanla St. Phona 148 1.
is Seattle Brew,
the Best Ever.
Not too much
Just enough to make
a fellow feel good.
At all ban.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG G0.(
FOR. FORT AND KING SIS.
You save I
When you get
us to mako
Our $25. suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
right next to the Orpheum Theater,
Come up and have some fun.
FOR ANY OCCASION.
MRS. E. M, TAYLOR,
Young Bldg. Phone 339.
Get a Victor
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
CENTENNIAL'S BEST FLOUR
New Shipment in on the Arizonaa.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENEIAL
Do you marine any worth-while
buyer of real estate is going to over
look your ad. in the Bulletin?
Not unless he is sick abed.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyds, Bible.'
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mo
Leod, for the pleasantost auto ride.
A pair of ooglasscs has been lost.
Sep l.oit Column,
Tho Arc works this ccnlng will be
gin at 7:30 o'clock Instead of 8 o'clock.
Moana Hotel bath houso will bo
open every evening during month nt
Oct tickets early for tho Kllohnnu
Art League piny to bo shell nt tho
Tho latest liot-w father Idea Is tho
double or entllntod top on tho l'oml
Dairy milk wagons.
A number of lenses to tho Lappa
hochoo Sugar Co. viero mails by homo
stcadeis n Bhort llmo ngo.
The expert at the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., Ltd., can fix your Cash
Register or Typewriter. Phone 143.
Try tho Owl flc-cent cigar ou
will like It. It has always been the
favorite nniong tho fho centers. 1).
A. Qunst & Co.
The College of Agriculture and Mtv
chanlcs Arts will hnvo more, than $35,-
uuo or Federal money to spend this
Judgo Do Dolt jesterdny ordered the
partitions of property valued nt $50,
000 on Hotel street between Tort nnd
Wo hao all tho latest popular nov
els of the day, nnd u largo Block of re
prints that no aro selling nt 75c each.
Hawaiian Now a Co, Ltd.
Oocrnor Krenr lins rccelxeil won!
that tho $23,000 appropriated for tho
Hawaiian exhibit nt tho Alaska-Yukon-
Pacific Pair hns become aMillnblo.
Hvenbody sas tbnt the Merry Wid
ow Sundno nt the soda fountain of tho
Holllstcr Drug Co. Is Iho best thing
yet In tho lco cream lino. Try It for
"Hawaiian HonejB" Is tho tltlo of
Bulletin No. 17 Issued from tho Pciler
nl Agrtculturnl Kxpcrlmont Station. It
In tho work of D. L. Van Dluo nnd
Allco It. Thompson.
Sea tho summer suits that aro liclnc
dlaplajoil at tho Kush Co, Ltd. There
nro soma of tho handsomest of tbu
season, In tho cry latest stjlcs nnd
You enn't nfforil to rlHk jour Rourco
of Income, whatoor It Is. Hut son can
nffnrd to protect It, nnd should do so.
Insurance is protection. Hawaiian
Trust Co , tLd.
You can get fresh salmon, turkey
nnd geese nt the Metropolitan Meat
Mnrkct, tclcphono 45. These aro ex
ceptional goods nnd a great addition
to any menu.
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Family notary
sowing machine. Denny & Co. Ltd,
Rgonts, 12GG Tort St. Phono 488.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
You villi be surprised at Us coollnc,
and preservative properties. California
Focd Co., agents.
Conies of tho B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Arlon Hall, headquarters of tho W.
C. T. U nnd other Christian 'orgunlza
lions, was filled by the men of tho
Fleet last night. A quartet, of joung
ladlcH rendered n very good selection
and rccclieil encores. Senator Dickey
sang a humorous song and John Mar
tin fittingly let go one of his chap
K. H. Stackable, Collector of Port
here, has a notlco pasted nt tho en
trance of tho Custom Houso tn tho of
feet that n public auction of abandoned
damaged poods will bo hold nt 12
o'clock tomorrow noon. Among tho
goods will bo sold silk nnd lace dicss
The Manoa residence of Mr. and
Mrs. L. O. Illackman was entered and
ransacked by a burglar, or burglar",
last Suuday night. Besides taking
away Jewelry amounting to nuoui
$100 In value, the Intruders did con
siderable damage to tho houso in
their efforts to effect nn entrance
During about a month past tho
Illackmans have been living at their
bungalow at Kahala, leaving their
Manoa placo In churgo of a Chtncsu
servant. Last Mondny morning tho
servant found that burglars had
been at work during the night. Ho
notified Illackman, who found that
tho Intruders had not only stolen con
siderable small Jewelry, but had also
dono much damage. Tho front door
had been cut In several places by
some blunt Instrumont, and several
windows and doors on different sides
of tho house had been damaged In
the same way. The burglars had fin
ally managed to get through tho
bathroom, nnd, onco Inside, thoy had
turned overythlng upsldo down in
their offorts to find tho vnlunbles.
Drawers had been pulled out and emp
tied on tho floor, all Indications point
Ing to tho fact that they had made a
hasty search. Luckily, thoy wcro too
anxious tn got away to allow them
to find tho most vnlunblo nrtlclos Kept
In tho house, and all thoy secured
was a wafeh, some cuff links,
brooches, nnd studs.
A report of tho affair has been
made to tho police.
President Hoosoelt appointed John
Callan O'Lnughlln of Washington, D.
C, secretary tn the Amorloan cnmmls
Cilrtn in Ilia Innnnniia nvunalllnii nt
Tokjo In 1912 ut n Balar of $3000 u
A. N, SANFORD,
WATERFRONT NOTES M
Tlin MIKAHALA, from Muut tinj
Molokal ports, for freight, had 1 mule,
1 dicsscd sheep, 2 crates pigs, 2 bun
dies skins, 2 boxes eggs, .1 packages
corn, 4 bags corn, 9 boxes chickens, 31
bags tnro, 25 bags potatoes, 30 head
cnttlc, 168 bundles hides, COO cases
honey, IOCS coeoanulB, 23 packages
THE SCHOONER CVcsceiit. Captain
Olson, nrrhed Monday, S6 days
out of Newcastle. She hml a quiet
trip nil tho way down. Being bound
for Mnknwcll, she lay off port this
morning until sbo had been passed lis
tho customs people. Shu brought 2200
tons of coal.
THE DniTlSH bark Carrndale, Cap
tain 'Alexander Smith, nrrhed hero
Monday, 4G ilns out. She brings
3200 tons of coil for 11. F. Dillingham
& Co. Sho had n nlco trip, without
any particular ocnts.
TUB MIKAHALA brought 30 head
of cattlo Month) from Moloknt; also
500 cases of honey, 1 mule, lOCo cocoa
nuts, and Biindry freight.
Tlin N1IHAIJ brousht tho following
fi eight fioin Ainhola COOO bags M. S.
sugar, nnd bundrlcs.
THi: SIDKI11A Is duo from Iho Or
ient on the 2Glh, with 900 tons of
Till: TDXAN tilled from lillo es
tercliiv for Si'lna Ciuz with Island
CAPTAIN CAHTi:it wns iletnchfd
from tho Kaal yiatlon jestciday nnd
went on tho fSeiirgln, wbero hu Is to
net ns navigating o.'Ilcer.
THE M. N. S S l.iirllnc sailed jca
toidny nfternuon fot llllo, to plek up
u cargo, letuni'd here Siturdn) to
tako passengers for San Pranclsco.
WHAT WAS thought to bo mancilV
crlng of tho liittleslilps off port jes
terday rovcd to bo only bwlngl.ig to
adjust tho compasses.
MEN FllOM the Nclirasbn will get
idinro leao n won ns cinllng npein
tlonii nro nei.
THE INJUnEI) men of the Ke ir
cargo, who weie concerned In Iho
bursting of a itetm plpo on thu battlt
fhlji, nru doing well, ,
DOTH THE Mnuna Ken and Mnuna
Lin of the Inter Island lleet left for
their respectUo destlnallons loda.
carrjlng n largo number of iiassengeis
who came down to hec tho Atlantic
fleet. Pra;l(cnllynll tho inrims were
taken and many were provided with
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORED
TO JOHN KAAIPUA
(loveriinr 1'rear this morning .n
btoud clll rights tn John K.ik iu Kn
.ilpua, who was In piison nhtmt iilui
teen cirs ago for lircen. lbo Jn
einoi staled that tho nun wan on!)
Ill or 17 .ears old nl that time', and
ho felt under tho circumstances that
ho should bo pardoned.
B X M 3CK KIMS K-i3 B K
U PASSENGERS BOOKED X
Per stmr. W. O. Hnll. Thompbon, for
Knunl, 5 p.' in , July 21. Mib. I'lincH,
Mrs W. II. Hlcc, A. S. Wilcox and
family, I.. I. Mann nnd wire, Fain Ma
hclona, II. M. nittel, K. Kulilman unJ
wlfu, W. II. Hlco, Jr., V. Castro, n. .
crs, J. 1), Trcanor, J. R. Mejcis, II.
Ondennnn nnd daughter. Miss Kcku
ku, MUr Hunter, J. II. Mmagno. C. II.
Vllco, Mana Ellis. Chow Yin, W.
Kalnwo and wlfo, J. II. Dale.
l'cr Htmi. Mikahala, Ilullctt, for Mo
lokal, 5 ji in , July 21. CIiiih. Gay mid
family, Geo. K. Campbell, Adolph
Schn.ick, Dr. Holland und wife, J. D.
McVeigh, Tathor Maxlmln, C. (!. Cju
rad, Miss Nona Campbell, Miss Ada
Mutch, Miss Mario Mutch, Mastct
Drusli, Mis. Fernandez und 3 children.
to yourself aid let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which yon
have in mind. We'll have jt ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, .however; so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works, ,
King near Alapal
A Moct Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
b3 b aMU -
jp r "a Rb la l fa :a t fn ra n ! .
jtaltbidibi&aciiCiiciiitriiiriJ KJ-J W al W Ki 4d csi Ejj tu tn xri u3
TUESDAY, JULY 21 Morning: 0 odock, excursion Oahu Railway &
Land Company, to Pearl Harbo- and Wahiawa; Pearl Harbor trip to
officers) fish chowder. Afternoon 1:S0, baseball, Aala Park; 7:30,
boxing (for sailors only), nt spirt3 pavilion.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 Aftcrnooi: 1:30, baseball, Aala Park; 3,
polo at Kapiolani Park; dayligit fireworks by Japanese Entertain-
ment Committee on departure o' Fl' at.
The band program for Fleet e,'!c, 03 arranged, is:
July 17 Morning, Naval parade; 1 1 it p. ra Wild West Show; 4 to 0,
Captain Rccs' reception; eveninr, ball at Waikiki.
July 181 to 5 p. m., Wild West Shr.v; 7:30, fireworks.
July 10 2 to 5 p. m., concert, Iloa:n Hotel.
July 200 a. in., hoo.cnpu at Oceanic dock; 4 to 6 p. m Naval dock;
evening, Young Hotel dance.
July 21 3 p. m,, polo game; 7:30 p. m snorts pavilion.
July 221 :30 p. m., baseball; 4 to 0 p. m Naval Dock.''
Governor Hughes Balks
YOUNOSTOWN, O, July 20. (loxcrmir Hughes of Now York hn3
refused to mako the opening speech of
CHICAGO, HI, July 20. Leslie
husband of Mrs. Leslie Carter, tho actress, has been adjudged Incompetent
to manage his own nffulis, nnd n guardian will be appointed.
m i i i m
WARSHIPS AT QUEBEC
(1UEIIEC, Canada, July 20. Tho Ilrltlsh cruiser Indomitable, with
tho 1'rlnco of Wales aboard, wn3 In comimtnleatloii by wireless with S)d
ne, Nowt Scotia, tonight.
Ten battleships, representing ns ninny nations, nro now anchored In
the stream below tho city, ready to take pat I In wcliomlng tho Ilrltlsh
ltojal 1'ilncc nnd In the tciccntena ry celebration.
i i .
HITCHCOCK PLANS CAMPAIGN
COLOHADO SP11INCS, Colo, July 20 1'r.uik II. Hitchcock, tho
chaliman of tho Hcpubllcnu Campaign Committee, Is holding u uinfer
cneo with sumo hundred of tho par t' leaders of the Western States hero
for tho puipabo of hi j Ing plans for tho campaign.
NEW YORK, N. Y., July 20. liihn Vnn Hcnssellaer, n member of
tho old Knickerbocker family of that name, wns arrested today on a war
rant charging him with extol Hon, t bo complaint ngalnst him haln:;
been made b his mother.
AMERICAN OLYMPIC WINNERS
LONDON, Kng, July 20. Tho winners among tho Amcriiun contest
ants In tho 0l)inplc games Monday w oic: Mohnert, wrestling contest,
Danlols, 100-meter swimming I aco; u nil Hnllhan, second In the blond
m i i
GUFFEYITES E NDORSE BRYAN
I'HILADL'LI'IIIA, Ta., July 20.
eandldaturu of llrjnn for the I'rcsld
ALA.Mi:i)A, Cnllf, Jul)
died hero today.
IlIHMINGIIAM. Ala, July 20.
oulcred to hold themsches ready In
LA30R LEADERS IN CONTEMPT
WAHIIINGION. I). C. July 20.
riimmnm-il Samuel (lonipein and John Mitchell, (he I ihm leaders, to nu
Hwer to n citation for contempt cwf mint In (iiutiiiulng tho bujiiitt ngalnst
thu lliuk Mono Company In lol.itlou of tho Iiijiiuitiim or lliu court
iigilnst tho bucott. Tho homing of iho eontempt chaise has been bet
OYSTKIt HAY, L. I., July 20. Admlinl Goodrich, Admlinl Lleutzc,
Admiral Cow den, Admiral Swllt, nnd Admiral McLean, and Ciiptulns
Nlles, lludgcr, rail Waul, and Commauilvr Sims, tho .nnl Secretary of
Iho President, hao boon detailed to attend u conference called to con
Klder cincstlons of nawil coustrtictlon. This coufcicmo will moot at Iho
Wur Cullcgc, at Annnpolls, Tuesday. President Hoosuvelt will piesldo.
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MORE PERSI AN FIGHTS
TAI1HIZ, Persia, July 20. righting has been icsumed hero between
tile adbcients of tho Sbnh mid Iho Pnilllimcnlmy troops.
(Continued from Faze U
Hticet nt tbu Junction of Kinma and
Alakoa idicet going In tho m.iuku ill
icctlou. Weed Hinted that tho car
bad been clrhen nt a ralu of 20 to 25
mile nn hour. "Ho was going u killing
pice," said Weed, "And tho hair of
lliu occupants wns iitnndlng straight
Attorney Chllllngwiirlh, who nji
noared foi tho defendant, put Weed
thiough a stiff cross examination, try
lug to confuse him with technical
questions, but tho gallant 1'ied np
1 cared to hno a cursory knowledge)
of tho unnlomy nnd habits of tho
c!oll wngona, und camo out of tbu
Iljron o. Clark, who hud been with
Wood ut tho tlmo of tho nncEt, coi
mboratcd his testimony In legal d to
tho speod of tho car.
King took tho stuud, nnd stated (lint
tho car had been brought tn tho gat-
ngo bccniiBu It tonld not go fast and
w.ih nnahlo to climb hills well. He
bad tal.cn It out to find out just what
wns tho innttor with It, unci tho carl
could not. In tho condition In which It
was, mako more than nt mrtst fifteen
miles nn lioui. Ho felt piellj ccituln
that he bud nut been going faster Ihau
"Tho wholo speed limit pioposltbm
Is entirely wiong," mid Judgo Andridu
In Minimlng up Iho c.ibo. '"iho until
mnblllsts must hao oxoiclied ton
much lnnucnco with tho Doaid of Bup -
tho campaign In Ohio fur tho He-
Carter, the llimuelcr, the ilhorccd
Thu lluffojitcs luc endorsed tho
wlfo of Congressman Jos. Knowlcs
ADY TO ACT
Tho tioops stationed hero hno been
c.ibo of further loleuco on tho part of
Tim District Siincmo Ciimt has
enlsiinc when that ordlnaneo was
"It Ih too linil that It Is Mr. Klpg
who Is earning bis living nn a cli.iuf
four, who tins been brought bifoio mo,
when tbeio nro many othciH, initlcu
lail) hiigni barons, who mo dill) op
crating tboli ens nt tho hlghust t.peoil
I.iibt Sntiiiday, whin I wns on n Kin.;
stuct enr near TIkiiiihh Siiunro, half a.
doen of tlioo big ciih passed Iho
til, and I would almost tako tho btand
nnd hwonr that Hoy woio boIhij forty
miles nn bout.
"I find that .Mr. King wns not opei
nllng his cur nt a uui-onahlo oi piop
er rate of speed I onuld under tho
lawo lako nw.i) bis license, but ns ho
Is earning his Ihlng In mil tr.ufo. I
will only Impose a small flno. I find
him guilty nnd sentenco him to paj
ii lino of flo dollam nnd costs. '
The mnii who has a llcdwood tank
will nowi biiffei fiom n w.ttor short
rgo. His tank keeps wuter pmo an.
sweet iluilug iho bhoitage. Seo our
Inigo stock of Iheiii. Lowers ii
is still alive
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, July 23.
QUAYS IIAUIIUH Airlcit July 17:
Sehr, Hubert Lowers, henco Juno 24.
SAN I'HANCISCO-Snlkd Jul 18:
Ilktbo. Infignrd, for Honolulu.
IIILO Arrhcil Jul 17:
S. S. Texan, from Knhulul.
)! )C X 3f )' K K 5fl )C X JC X H
K ARRIVED "
R K s a lot K ii X A K V. Y. )l M
Momlnv, July 20
Am Mhr. Gamble, Knudten, from
K Jf ii 38 Jt A X M K it J? K V X B X
it K K M 5S X K H A K K X X K
Mondny, July 20
i.m. 3. S. Lurllnc, Wccdon, for Hilo,
Stmr. Ko Ait Hon, for Kami ports,
C p. m.
Tuesday, Jul) 21.
Stmr Noeau, Mitchell, for Mnhu
kona, Knwnllmo mid Kiikulli.iole, ev
ploshen, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mnuui Ien, I leemnn, for
Maul and lliwnll ports, 12 noon.
Sliur. Maun i Loa. Slmcrsoii, for
Maul mid llaual liitirtH, 12 noon.
it lr X, 51 X t A A V it ii i X 3C K n
It SAILING TODAY
3f KSKMUX K 1C 3C 5J it X 3f it
Sltur. W O Hall, Thompson, for
Knunl ports, 5 p m
Stmr Helinv, for Hnnnkna ports
Stmr. Mill ihali, Self, fur Molu'cal
nnd Maul ports, D p m
Stmr. I. Ikelike Tor Ahukliil
Stmr. Nlth-iu, Oncns foi Koloi.
& 3J n 3: j; & a it k n n a
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED V
tC R 31 K V 31 K rt J W a X
1'iom llllo pir Mauna Ida Jul) 20.
.1. A Palmer, Mis, I). Powell, Dr. Ill
Mil Powell Mliica Powell (2), Mlsi
Uurg, Miss II ,1 Knmev, II. .1. Lyman,
Mrs. II J. Ljmnn, Mrs. J. 0. Mnlier,
A. Lannch, W. P. Sinlioin, Mhrt
Tolhon, Miss I)aln, C. II. OIfoii, MIsh
llthcl Mills. MIbmU Ogdc-i (2), Mltxcu
Jones (2), (1 A. ltlggu. Miss Hurrell,
Miss l..nl, Hex J. Nlem-iim, Miss
Cioss. K S Cnpellin, J. II Mab), (lco.
Illchaidfon, Lieut Com. Hasbioucks,
Dr. W. L. Curtis, O. L MeCliegni.
Miss M. A. Clilckcilng Miss 8. II)
urlli, Mla K. Scliafer. Mrs 1" II.
Schaier Miss I). Kcliufer, Miss 15.
Scliafer, Mlbs Culllgan, Mrs lln Mc
Lean, Mrs. Roimiii, Miss 1). Itlckart.
Miss S L Peiry, MiSil I. It. llelloWH,
Miss l'rancea Lemon, W. V Hauls,
.Mrs. Heiibcu, Miss Alma I tots ,1.
Ilergstroin T. Cook, H. Ailncbl Mas
lor Aclachl, U Spelicei, Oen. Wulltce.
nnd 12 dock
3f M )(, a tt xi s. h je r, sj j? k; x
3 PASSENGERS DEPARTED
a m ;; u it ji it it k :. a rt )c r a
Per stmr. Mauna Loa Slmcrsoii, for
Komi ports, 12 noon, July 21 Di J.
J. Curry, Sun Martinson K Lcille mid
wlfo, Misses Ciiniiulngs, Miss Dinlels,
Allco MehciiH, Win I' !V ut and wife,
A. (Jrecnwcll, L MncLii li:i Mr Co,
W. W llriilier and wlfo, MHs Ad I I )
celt, Miss II. I). Taylor, Mis II. Mailer
mid ftleiiils, Thos C Whlto and l,e.
Ms. II. M. Allen and fi lends C Vol
tcrs. O 13 Wall. Mis. L. Mr i)-to
and friends, W. McQiiatd nnd wli It.
M. (Jeiend, 17. Miller. V. R. Oreo iwell,
L. S. Aungst, W. Hod, J I). Jol u on,
Mm J. D. Purls mid put), J (lih'ior
nnd family, MIhi K Wnluti, Ml a i:,
Kim, Miss K tin u ha Miss Lliu i Du
blin, Uu. S. I. Ikslu, rI litis. N, Iliue,
1). cKaup l'ii, Juclgu IlobliiEon W.
W'ellib'ect, l!e W N. Limit, Mia W.
N. Limn nud child, (J. W. link r, A.
(Irani. Y. Wan lllng I. M. tlrokcn,
Mlbs Lohl.iu Thus Cook, Mrs Alumii,
Miss Allco Culluui, Harold Mori, in D.
Per stmr Miitun Kt.i rtceiupi for
llllo and wn) port-), 12 noon, Jul) 21.
J. W Conradt W. II Kenton bmllh,
J. Molr au I u-n, V. Hln I, Mnstei Molr,
W. A. Klniic), Mrs, W, A. Klnno) und
bon, W W. Thiycr nnd wlfu, tin J.
II. Mackenzie nud tervnut, J O.
Young, Mlbs (1 Sab), Miss Mu) Mlsi
MiuiiJ Wlhlit, MltH Moore, MIm I'c irt,
Mrs .1 M Steel Ml.fi Tl k in Min.
Otto Hoso und child, Mis. L I1 A ni
ton, II. W. M Mist, wlfu nnd el lid J.
II I'ullei, I O Culler. Ji.. II. J Still
m in, I) Knluul, Y. N. Jnoucii Sail
lliu, How C'hnng Ohm, II. Kp u ir,
Ceo Wall let. W. A. Spiiks. .1 II.
Miib), S Ljiuan, ('.. P. Tullodi ,iu I
wlfo O J Pi) nnd wlfo, .1. M "'ulr,
(I A. Daw Muster Mulr, Dr L In,
wife child nud uiliso, Mis. Alii i A,
W. P. llluutt, D. W. Dowsott, A. K Mc
Duiigill S. Spencer, A. Claret i Hut.
Matlhot.a, Hio. Ilnymond, Stiffoul
Wein, M H Pernnn, V. V. l'i nlu.
Aicblo Kaau.i, Mis An tin, Mln Hick-,
nrd Mra. W. H Kenwio, W c. ei
well, W. M. Criiithcr. MIbh A h'ud,
Mts. C. V Ai'ifoul, Mr. mid Mi I
M. Iloss. V. J Nallgi. Miss Suih i oil,
Mis. P. Peck, Mrs. J. W. WV mu,
Miss Muey, Miss Plhl, Miss Mtll- ill,
Miss Slocns, Maigarct Hi star' s il
II, Kviint, Clco, Hlcli.'ii clHori. Ml ' A.
Towuseml. Mrs Lonno-c, Miss I (' im-
Mrmi VI,H Wlllq A ITnnu ltnl, u t
I Hart, It Kill I Miss P Aki lb i u,
Iflrs 1). Coincdra, Miss Nuin Conv,
I In, Mrt A Knot niici child, Mi nud
'Mrs. Cnualho. Mm VII''li, n Ms.
IC 11. McKenzlo, MUt lieno Ilu)il, .Mist
N. Keawo, It. Hlihaw, r A Dritnga,
II f'onio). O. I) Mnliono, J. S Can.i
,i!o, 13. II. Carlo) and wlfo. fleo, KIciik
ol, i: W Ilininid, i:. 1) Il.ildwiu, Mis.
I Wooclu MIbs (luirla, .1 Ii alpliu loo
Cnlio, Mis. riainei, Mm. II. Akoni,
Mit Kc.m, Mm. Alulilkea, ,1. Maknhlo
Till: rnnifiHTr.il Almiknn of Iho
AmeilPniilliinaiiiiii lino hilled fium
I'uget Sound Msterd.i) for Ihli pint
Bhe It expected to aiiho heto on Jul)
."th nllh a huge load of frolbhl for
tliu lae-al films.
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