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EVEN1NQ DUl,LETIN, UONOLUMI.T. II., FRIDAY, APmti 30, 1900.
Honolulu Commandery Red
-l I IUMMDAV
Pacific First Degree.
All visiting morabers of the
Order are cortllnlly Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
UAflitONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every holiday evening at,
7:30 In t. O. O. I Hall, Tort Street.
C. It. HKNDUY, Secretary
1". D. WICKK. N. G.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P
Sleets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot 1 Hall,
corner Fort and lleretanla. Visiting
Lrothers cordluil) Invited to attend.
v. it. nugf.nt, c. c.
It. GOSM.NO, K. 11. s.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodgo No. tilfi. 11. 1'. O
Klks, meets In tlicli linll, ou King
Street, near Fort, ever Friday oveu
lns. Visiting Iliothors nro cordially
invited to attend
12. A DOUTHITT, V. R.
II. C I2ASTON, Sec'y.
Win M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.otT.
Meats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evenlug at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot F.
HU. cor. Fort am' Ucrotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. f. m. Mconnw, c. o.
12. A. JACODSEN, K.Tt. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WRD
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock la K. of P. linll. corner
Qsrctaula and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. M. McCOY, W., Trest.
H. T. MOOP.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every flrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights o(
Pythias Unit. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GKO. SNDi:ilSON, Sachem.
12. V. TODD, C. of II.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
c of Ichnhardt's Candy, Frcih
u only at
Corner Kins and Fort Streets.
UjqLL-L-lJ-l-JJlHI II I I HI I I II I III HII IBM
AH kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPBR A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tc! 410. George 0. Guild, Genr Hgr.
ORDER A CASE BY PHONE 270
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kinc St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Tlliitik books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Ilulletln
We have, all the. lat
est and finest Station
ery, mapizincs, and pe
riodicals. Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P.' 0.
With A Very Small Amount
Invested, In. One of Oar
You Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
We Can Sell You One
That Carries A Guarantee.
J. A. R. Vieira Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS,
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
WALL. NICHOLS. COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts,
should be filed in the easiest
way under a system thaf is
the most convenient for ready
have been proved to be the
Hawaiian News Co.,
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415, Queen St.
WHAT YOU GET IN
9T Quality is,, uppermost.
HOTEL near UNION. j
BAKED PORK AND BEANS
BOSTON BROWN BREAD,
Leave Orders A Day in Advance
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
Mugjstrate: You are charged with
loitering. Havo you anything to nay
In jour own behalf? Prisoner: I am
a pot, your honor, and Magistrate.
(Interrupting): Oh, Wall, I won't add
anything to your sentence on that
account Ilelng a poet Is not a
crime, and I'm willing to give you
tmu enough (p enable jou to live
dovn thp misfortune.
Bulled Bunntas Offlts Pka 350.
Bulletin, Editorial Repm Phone ip.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin is selling a school
scratch-pad of 200 sheets for, 5 cents;
six' for a quarter. , '
t i ' i i ,
Ten good auto hacks. Phone C.
Al. Thurlow of thu Iloyal Annex
ser.vos tho fluent uiuals In tow".
If you are' looking for any of your
friends ifo to the "Tvo Jacks" and
Inler-lsland and O. It. & L. shipping
books for sslo at tho U u 1 1 a 1 1 n
office, SO, each.
Tho steamer Ltirllno of the Matbon
Navigation Co., sails for tho Coast to
morrow afternoon nt 2 o'clock,
Tho cuso against Luther Lake and
I'unlhaoelo, vtho are charged wlfli as
sanlt, wnH postponed till May G.
All visiting F.agles are Invited to at
tend, tho ball, at K. 1 Hall this even
ing, given by tho Honolulu Aorlo No.
HO, F; O. K.
Hon Itohert Nuwuhlno of Wolhee,
Maul, villi leave this afternoon 111 tho
Cluudlne Mrs Nnwuhlno will uccom
Coat your Iron roofs w Ith, "Arabic "
You vlll be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., agents.
Ilcpiesentutlvo Kawewehl of Koun
left todny for his home. "I expect to
return to the House next eur," hu re
marked us hu departed
Lee Put, who neglected to provldo
a IlKht for his blcjcle before riding
down town, had to pay six dollars to
the revenue this morning.
Kdwurd Fracas, vnIio was sentenced
to one year's imprisonment this morn
ing, hnd a second chargo ngiilnst. liltn
withdrawn by tho prosecution.
Merchants' lunch, the best In town,,
at Thurlow's Iloyal Annex.
Flvu Japanese accused of vagrancy
hnd their cases remanded to May G;
tlieto uro tho men who nro alleged to
be living on tho proceeds of prostlly
John Andro, alias John Dull, who
wns Chicken-thief Frngas' purtner In
crime, was handed a 12-month sen
tence this morning by Judge An
drade. Mrs. lfearns hu fresh Jams, Jellies
and mango chutney. A case ot lia
wollsn presorvos makes a nlco pres
ent Give the order, and she will do
Mr. and Mrs, Ilonrj- Hnnokaht and
their children viero among tho outgo
ing passengers In thu Manna toa to
day. Hanakalil Is conni-cled with tho
"Monkey" Frugal wai sejit over to
the reot for one jeur this morning by
Judge Andrade. Fragas Is the chick
en thief who was captured by Chlof
Leal on Wednesday.
A fine large raft has been anchored
off tho bench In front of the Wnlklkl
Inn, and Ih proving n groat boon to
tho many swimmers who frequent that
favorlto bathing spot.
A bus will run ns usual from tho
cor line t ollio Country Club on both
Saturday and Sunday, and a large
number of golfers aro expected to visit
tho links. During the mnnmor months
the club houso will bo open every
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Herein aro out
with Invitations for a danco to bo giv
en at tho Wnlklkl Inn on Mondny night
next. Krilest Haul's string band has
been engaged and a most enjoyable,
evening Ih looked forward to by all
those lucky enough to, Dp invited.'
PRATT AND MURE
James W. Pratt, was yosterdny- aft
ernoon, commissioned Commissioner of
PubllcLands,nnd W.altor E. Wall was
commissioned. Territorial Surveyor
by Governor Freor, to succeed them
selves, tho, positions haying, been left
vacant by tho fnlluro of tho Legisla
ture to confirm theni. Their commis
sions aro made out for four years,
as required by law, but are issued
with the understanding that tho two
men will resign July 1, at, which
time tlio now appropriation hill goes
Into effect. The hill conlomplates
combining tlio Departments of Public
works, Lands, and Survey under one
head, who will probably be Mnrston
Campbell, his nomination having
boon confirmed by tho Sonate.
RIAL ISTATH TRANSACTIOBS,
Entered, fgr Record Aprll'29; 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4.30 p. m.
Iiwa 1. lokliv et al to Esther K
Maker &.,.'..... D
Gear, Lansing & Co by Trs to
Matliew Enos D
Gear, Lansing & Co by Trs to
11 L Schwarzberg and wf I)
Ltlluokalanl by atty, to Thos Dunn.. I.
Dlank books Of- all sorts, lodgers
,to., manufactured by the Bulletin
Publishing Com port t,
P. E. RStrauch
$1,350 HjpuQ and Lpt, op eftensjon.
of Kukui St. at Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home, Lot 50i
130. House G rooms.
For particulars, apply
WATTY BLDfJ. 74 S, KINO SI,
EAST STORM SWEPT
CIIICAOO, 111., April 20 A terrific storm Isolated this city finm
communication with the. outside world. 8evqr.nl pel sons wero killed (lur
ing tlio stonii, fioin falling buildings und tiyvs, and thero has been
The storm has swept through tho Stntrs nt Illinois, Indiana, nnd
Iowa, tho heavy wind being accompanied by, hailstorms, which have
beaten down and dostroed the growing crops.
Snow fell throughout the day In the States of Pennsylvania nnd
' BLEW DOWN PRISON WALLS
MICHIGAN CITY, Indiana, April 29. During the terrific storm
which swept, the Stnte, six hundred, foot of thq walls of the Indiana
State Penitentiary wero torn down. Tho warden of tho penitentiary
has appealed for the help of thq mllltla to lestrnln the convlctB, '
m i i i
QUICK DEATj FOR
r i ' , . i t I
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, April. 29. Tho Military Court today
condemned to death 200 persons charged with conspiracy against tho
new government. The executions ot the condemned persona followed
Immediately after tho sentence had been pronounced,
TAKING DRASTIC MEASURES
Tho new government proposes tp take drustlc measures to stop the
massacres taking place throughout Asia Minor, , A. commission, will be
despatched to Adnna to bring tho Instigators ot tho mnssncrei to trial nt
Eighty Million Deficit
LONDON, Dugtanil, April 2. Tho budget wns Introduced Into the
Houso of Commons today by David Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Kx
chequer. It provides for a deficit for the fiscal period of eighty million
KINq EDWAED IN ITALY
1IAJA, Ital), April 29 King IMwaril, Queen Alexandra nnd hel
sister, the HmprcsH Dowager of Russia, arrived hero today aboard the
Iloyal yacht Victoria.
'i1 i " )
THK HAfll'll, April 29. Qiicon Wllhclmliia gavo bhlh In n dnugli
YttutiK mrty desires room and board
In thu locality of Thomas Square. Sco
ad, this Issue.
Tho Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd., will give
free to every new customer a two
burner hot plate, a convenient article
for thu kitchen.
i:crvthlng Inside one ot our F.ddy
refrigerators Is kept clean, fresh, und
cool, and at less cout than any other
refrlgcrntoi can do It. Thou. II. Dnvles
& Co., Ltd., hardware department.
The Mclnerny Shoo Store Is offering
for a few days, beginning with May
1st, a special prlcu of 2,C0 on ladles'
slap, sllpiwrs, to maku room for new
block. Usual prices, (4.50 and (C,
V.hen you have a Knox IS hat, you
know tha.l It Is correct In fashion ami
fluo In mnko. Tho Deacon Hut for
J3.5D, made by the Knox Co., Is equally
popular Doth at Sllva's Toggery
Thu DlHliop Trust Co. drafts wills
free, of charge, and nets ns executors
or-co-executors wllh an) one named In
the will. Every provision will be faith
fully carried, out, Dethel St., near Mer
There Is no rubbing clothes out to
get theni clean when J on usu Crystal
White Laundry Soap. It cleanses
qul.ck.ly, surely, and without Injury.
Ask )onr grocer for It. H. Hackfeld
& Co., distributors,
The wood and coal wo deliver In the
best you can gat la Honolulu, It burns
well and lasts 'onK- Our stnvo wood
Is rut fnyn dry and seasoned nlgarob.i
hnd nhla. Union-Pacific Transfer Co ,
Ltd,, 122 King, phono 58.
Mighty bargains nt tho Illom annual
clearance Bale which begins tomorrow.
Head tho list ot prices In his big ad
vertisement todny. Ladles will havo
an opportunity to got clothing nt thu
price of tho materials and In severul
Instances for less.
Tho steamer Mauna I-oa sailed at
noon today for Maul and Hawaii ports.
W. O. Smith, Prosldeut of the Senate,
and other members of the, two Houses
wero thoro tp say "Alolia" to the de
parting Senators, Makekau and Woods,
H, L. Holstel.n, Speaker of the House,
and Representatives lllhlo am) Kawe
wehl and their famlllcB.
Among tho outgoing passengers
wero Mr. and Mrs. W. Chllllngworth,
whoso wedding took placo last night
If It should ral ntomorrowltho May
pay Fourteenth, Qcntury Fete to he
gjven by tho College Club will he post,
ponod to Monday afternoon. Should
tho weather ha pleasant tho uffali will
como off as previously announced.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
vjJwi.ju. . '? i if .,
BIG BRITISH LINERS
EQR AUSTRALIA SERVICE
Word has been received In ship
ping clrcloi that four largo stenm
shlpi aro under construction on (lie
Clyde by Andrew Weir & Co. for tho
u so ot Frank Wuterhoiise k. Co. on
the lines from San Francisco to Aus
tralia and from Puget Hound to the
Orient, Bays tho Chronicle. They mo
to be on tho Pacific Coast In about
The names of tho first two vessels
completed will be the Liiterlc and
Numeric, nnd they will bo among the
largest and fastest steamships on this
Coast, having a tonnage of 10,000
dead weight and lfi.OUO measurement,
with a speed of fifteen knots. This
puts them In u class between the
vessels of the Nippon Yusen Kalsha
nnd the steamship Minnesota of the
Great Northern ou the run to tlio
The other two steamships will bo
bmuller mpl will probably bo used In
tho lino to Austi.illn. They will be
of S000 tons dead weight nnd 12,000
tons mcnsuiomcnt, Tho development
of thu WalcrhotiHu lines lias been ra
pid and steady, and In spite ot strong
competition, Invasion of Independent
companies and railroad commission
rulings they have maintained their
schedules during the lust few years.
The steamers luverlc and Gymcilc,
now operating with tho Kumoilc and
Suverlc, will be icplnced. In a few
months by larger and faster vessels
taken from the London-Suez pcivloo
of Weir & Co. The Gymcrlo will tnko
tho placo of tho Inverlc, while the
latter will enter the trndo betweon
Calcutta und South 'America.
Governor Frcar loaves for Maul to
night with ox-VIco President Fairbanks
for a trip to llalcakala and tho sur
rounding country. Hu may return In
n fow days, or If he finds this impos
sible, will go ou with Mr. Fairbanks to
Hawaii, Visits will be modo to tho
Piiiineuo r.ugur mill, tho llntku plnc.ip
plo district Mukawao nnd other places
of Intoiest which the Governor thinks
tho illstlngiiUhed visitor will enjoy
Mts, Fairbanks ami. Mis. Tlmmons
will sail on tho Mauna Ke.i for tho Ills
Island, nnd If the Governor finds he
cannot well roturn early In tho week
to Honolulu, ho will go on with Mr.
Fail banks, to tho volcano.
m i i
Bulletin Butinus Office. Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185.
v " ' ' n y-
and P0NOEE for the cominjr
hot weather. Let u fit you.
W. W. Ahanq. Co.,
; G2KjnBSt' ' Phone 521.
Mti AfiML, i&,M!)'','' ta.-1fc.Jifci'A.,t,.t jniAM
;i ; 'r
I IN FOREIGN PORTS ARRIVED I
i 1 .1 !
Friday, April SO.
NICWCASTI.i:- Hailed April 29.
lir S. 9 Lord Doili, for Honolulu
Si:ATTLi: Sailed April 29
S. S. Plclailof, for Honolulu.
SEATTLH Sailed April 30:
S, S. Hjndcs, for Honolulu.
NAGASAKI Hailed Apill 2il:
U. S T. I)l, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Arrived Apr. 23:
Hchr. Prosper, from Tacomu.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
llliints Uccf, California. Notice Is
lieieby given that Illunts Reef Light
Vessel No. 83 was temporal My with
drawn fiom her station for repnlis
on April 21, 19ll9, nnd tho Eta Hon.
was mnrlicd by Relief Light Vcsicl
The relief light vessel shows lights
and sound signals having tho same
characteristics as those of Light Ves.
sel No. S3, except that each of tho
two lights are shown from thieo
lens lanterns encircling tlo nust
hendi nt n height of 4C feet nhovo
the water and visible twelve mites.
Humboldt Hay Ilntrnnce, Califor
nia. Nollco Is hcicby given that
Outside liar Hell ltuoy, Humboldt
Hay Kntrnuce, California, heretofore
rcpoitcd capsized, was replaced Apill
Notice Is also given that South
.led) Outer Hnd lliioy, 2, about C.'.O
fret W by N of the submerged end
of the South Jetty, heretofore repoit
id milt Tt, was replaced April l.'l h
u lst-clnsn nun bpoy.
lly order of tho Lighthouse llomd.
TIIK SAILING SHIP Liskluo M
Phelps, Captain Grahiim. vhli-h bud
not leported since ilf sailed fro.n
INirt Towiiscnd, Whj.Ii . Jnuuniy 0. loi
New York, u.is Hlghted orf Cape lion
ry today. Sin- was taken I ntow anil
brought lulu Hampton in.ids. Noifolk
Va:. April 22.
TIIK SHIP lHMGAItl). Caplntn
ChilhtlaiiKcn, sailed iI.Ih morning ni
10 o'clock for San Fr.mrlsro She look
a good-sl7cd load of siigir, lusldoi fik
TUP. STi:AMi:il Cl.lil.llno l.l leave
this afternoon nt C o'clock for Muni
and Hnuull pints. A number of Ih.
inemlierH of the l.eslaluro will Ik
niuong hor i nssongeiH.
Tin; .NUKAiJ, aiming nils morn
Ing from Kenlla, bronn-ht tuo di el
pnsscngert ami SS-tn big-i pugir. .'Is?
bags tire nnd 21! luck igcn niiidileH.
Till: KTi:,Mi:il Ko All Him .irrhe,!
this inoriilng fiom Wnlt'it'.i, lulngliig
no ikisii'iigtTH nor frelghl.
COUNTY WILL HELP
(Continued from Pa". 1
confer with the Supcrvlsoix and ns-
certtiln what support, If uny, could
be expected from tho city and county.
This commltlea vylll get busy at
once, nnd will piobahly mnko n re
port nt a special meeting to ho called
within the next few days.
Realizing the necessity for prompt
action, Supervisor Qulnn hss already
taken steps to ascertain what the In
creased liuonio of tho city nnd coun
ty will be during tho next two years.
nfter the Inci eased liabilities havo
been looked out for.
Tho turning ovor of tlio flues nnd
costs to the city and county, nnd ulso
oilier sou ices of revenue, Including
various license fees, will menu that
tho Income will bo substantially In
creased. On the other hand, the lia
bilities ot tho city und county havo
also Increased, and how much of it
surplus thero will bo Is not definitely
Known at this, time.
A rough diaft of flguies, compiled
by Territorial Auditor Fisher and
some of tho Supervisors, gives
ground for tho belief that, after tho
Increased liabilities have liren looked
out for, tho city and county will havo
about $90,000 a year moro than -tinder
the old arrangement.
Supervisor Qulnn, who has luol.ed
into the matter piob.ibly moio care.
fully than nny other man on the
Hoard, stnted this morning Hint ho
did not feel suio enough of his
ground to stuto that, thcio would be
90,000 left over aftor all fixed ex
penses hnd been looked after. On
the other hand, ho said that the sui
plus might be even larger.
County Auditor Illcknell hnB not
hnd opportunity to do any flguilng
In regal d to (he mutter, but ns soon
ns tho pay-rolls uie olT his hands ho
will probably go over tho vuiIoub
Items and coiipllo a list of tho var
ious sources of lovenuo nnd expenso
of tho city and county.
Supervisor Ahlu this morning slat
ed that he had not looked Into tho
matter but he thought It oxtrcmely
doubtful If tho Supervisors would bo
able to allot the $ 12,000 a year that
would havo been allowed by tho Tor-
iltory had tho Governor not votned
that Item In the appiopi latlon bill.
Acioidlng to a tiustco ot thu
Queen's Hospital, that Institution Is
now miming behind ubout $1000 a
Friday, April 30.
O. S. S, Alameda, Dowdell, front
San Fiiiuclsco, S a. m.
Friday, April 30.
Stmr. Kij Au Hon, fiom Walmca,
3: in a. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Pcderson, from Kcallar-
Tliuisdny, April 29.
Stmr. .lames Mukce, McAlllsfcr, for
I Vail Harbor.
Stmr. Llkellke, Naopala, for Kit-
uul, :ol) p. in.
Stmr. W, G. Hall, Thomplion, for
Kauai, r: K p. m.
M. N. S. S. Lurllnc, Weeden, fiom
llllo, n. m.
llkt. Fullerton, McKechnld, fiom
(Uvlotn, n. m.
r : 1-
I SAILING TODAY
llkt. Irmgard, Christiansen,
San Francisco, 10 a. in.
Stmr. Mnunit Lort, Slmervon,
Koun nnd Knu ports, 12 m.
Stmr. Clniidliic, Dennett, for Maul
mil Hawaii, 5 p. in.
Per S. S. Ahunoda, from Sun Fran
licit, April :! Mrs Arthur HoiUni
itnl two children. It. M. linker, ('has.
iloos, Mrs. lions, W. A. llryiui, Mrs.
Uiynn. Mrs. C C. Ouipcntpr. Mrs. P.
. Collins, I). Crowley, J. .1. Hgan,
Miss Jf. A. Fernandez. Thos. II, For.
nndi'js. S. T. Gondey, Mrs A. Hall. H
II. llo'vell, Miss Wluiilu Howell, . I II
llde, MrH. Hjile, Mrs. Thos. .lohson,
Mhs Mary JoIiiikoii, :, Klcmiiio, Mis
Kleinmo, Paul do Umgpre, Mrs. do
LoiKxpro, Miss Paulino do l.ongpro, ('.
"' I.uilulgsen, Mrs. Lildwlgwn, Leu.
Vnn.il&M, S. II. Nlchohi, J C Pcaico.
I. Prlngle. Jllss Caroline llaho. Miss
ElU'iliotli Italic, J. C. Kapler. Mrs II
iV. He) nobis. Master Wynmii llejn
Ms. C.ipt. M. N. Sauders, W. G Shelll.
I Siilllviiu. Miss liene Sullivan, F K.
TaMor, Mrs. Taylor nnd ihlld. II. I J.
rinwbrldge, .Iiik. Wakelleld, MrH i:.
II, Wnllnco nnd child, Mro Jessie Wli
on. Mrs. Win. Wilson, Otto Wlx.
1'cr ktmr. Mauna Lon, for M.iul
unl llnwall. April 30. Chang Kim.
I co. Mitlls, M. A. (loiiFaheu, II. II.
Il.ii'itl.ulil, wife, and three (hlldicu;
i: lliiiulughuiii, II. L, llolsteln, (,'.
V. Aphfnril, .1. T. Kckardt, Mlsi M.
dimming, Gto. Paiinlnl, Miss M.
I'.iiiiiiul, II. L. Kawowehi and wife.
Per bkt Iriugaiil, for S.m Pi.in-
iio, todit. Mis. John ItenuIcK, .1.
.Inrhcr, Mrs. J. ll(irger. Mis. it. Me-
n nigh, I.. It. Parker und wife. Mis.
I PASSENGERQ BOOKED
' Per O, S. 8. Alamed'i, for San Fran''
ilsco, May 0. Dr. IL C. L. Perkins.
Ifo and two chlldien, Mrs. A. L. Lul
led, Mis. P. Glcason, Miss (. Felker,
Mrs. F. Snckwltz, Mrs. Captain J. Par
ker und tluoo children. Mrs. II. John
son and three children. Miss Allen.
Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. 11. Howllt nnd
daughter, Wm, Sclijoliur, O. P. PoiiiIp,
rr. Anthony, MrB. Mencnugh, Jus.
Hay and wlfo, Jos. Schwartz, wife ami
two children; Mrs. M. l.oulsson, Mis.
J. C. Smith and daughter. .Mr. and
Mrs. Hind, Mlsj lloid, K. Sehiillz, Paul
Super, Mr. nnd Mrs. IMIbuy, Mr. ninl
Mrs. Kllpntrlck, Miss J.Johiisou, II.
Honlg. wlfu and Infant, J.1.,. Soiilor, 11.
O. Williams. Judge and Mis. Halloo.
Mrs. A. L. Fiederlckkou, Mrs. L. C.
Cassldy. Mrs. W. 8. Portur, Mrs. New
hall, Mrs. McGowon and daughter. Dr.
Hunt, C. A, Hums, i:. J, CUroy, A. I
Chnnoct, F, It, Oreenwell, II. P. Faje,
Thos. Wall. Mr. and Mis. Uoas. Mr.
uiiil Mis. C. i:. Feigusou, W. G. Hnrh.i
and wlfo. .1. Ab.idlo, K. II. Hitchcock
und wlfo, SI. Ivan Dow, II. II, Dow.
Mrs. Iluhhldgo, Mrs. A. O. Stnhlo, .Ins.
Scidt. Miss Hooves, Miss Lindsay,
.Mrs. L. Noonnn, J. LSturgls, JJr. and
Mrs. L. J, Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Me
Kcndieu, G. GuessefcH, MIs3 Kcelp.
liauscr, W. F. Ervlng, W. 8. Fiagne.
Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Wlllshlre, II, n.
Mhldletlltch, M. A. Sllvn, Mr. and Mis.
M. Iluisch, 11 II. Trent. Mrs. J. W.
Ilobson and daughter, Mr. mid Mis,
M. Jacob, W. A. llalley.
o-o o .
mon.th. Wl;h 10ou n mouth Iiiramo
suddenly taken away, It Is said that
tho Institution would be able to do
little toward tho caro of the penni
less silk, much ns thu tmstees would
like to do.
Supei visor Qulnn ttates that tho
city und tounty has but two ullornu
tles, one to continue tho nppropiln
tlon cut off by tho Tmrltory, nnd tho
other to maintain a County Hospital.
The hitter he s.iys would ho 'out of
tho question, owing to the prohibit
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyp
Motor, $175, Complete.
E CHARLES D. WALKERS..B0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin? St. opp""da South St, ,