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LATEST NEWS BLTXETIXS.
goae, ibrpUKA p couse ci commons
Mlttf a . nlaJorit dJllOf fr
The parcel post serrice received p.
Jelter from a Georgi farmer tasking
bow' to wrap and stamp a baljy for
cLipment. He adopted a" Chicago baby
and wants it gent to - wa.
A Los Angeles barber is suing Jack
Barrymore, who punched the barber's
face when the latter Insisted on cut
ting Jack's hair gainst his wishes. '
Wood row- Wllfeo has called 6ff the
inaugural bait to the" sorrow of Society
leaders and merchants who expected
to profit thereby. -
m J?r.f M. C. Clark of San Francisco
performed a startling operation . in
making a new Joint for a dog's brok
en, legv Tbe socket was of silver with
: James R. Keene left his fortune otl
from. $10,000,000 to $13,000,000 to his
widow. ; ' .
r .Evelyn Thaw, the woman 'n '.' thfi
amog murder trial, recently testified
that she is tenniLess.; : ...
i Tbie king of Sweden liiis advised tfj
rair ai can r ritucucu. - i
V Cipriano Castro; held at Ellis Island
as an unaesiraoie auea, nan .aeiuajiueu
hia. immediate release bv the United
A Pittsburg ; man named Bernhardt
organized IneendiaHsm ln the rtr
U '' It ts 'rumored -that -lif spite 'of the
opposmon v or. -y. leading" -.Democrats;
WoodrcVi Wilson wflL appbint Colonel
declares the "divine Sarah - was 7 a
member of his family, born. In Ohio,:
tjayejQd ho statea as a "Darhstbrmer
atid never caw Paris until she 'was 18'
years-old. ,:v.'- t ,- -l ;-,v. ';
; Snow in tho Sierra Nevada" moun
tains Is heavier than for twentyyearfci
Traffic movements are blocked.'"
r ; Gertnany Is accused : of aidibgi.Tur
kej hy. delaying ;the note the powers
intended, to present: to the Porte. V v
The wife of Olaf Tveitmoe, tfie con
victed .labor leader has raised $70,000
bondgta gel her husband out. of jail
pending trial by5 a higher court. -. ,
: Lbs Angel e8" harbor Is tobeJmade
Imptegnabie ' with- fortifications ? that
wnrcbst J3;500,000; ' ' -? ? 7
The4 Atlantic . -'steamship -pool ''has
been broken by ' the . Canadian 'and the
Hamburg-American ' line," A rale wax
is expected goon fl'Ws -?
. ' The iso.n Qt 5 General fioQth, . Charles
Brandon BooJtbf ogtclair,4T. J has
just been married to Miss Naomi
Bailey of ; Locltjporl N.' Y. Booth" is
the head qf the Volnhteerii of Amer
- Presi4fint.-Taft:.wonld rival Hobsop
if he irranted aM the reouests for klSs-
esTxe tas received since he thus hon-
'ored )tft!e'JiyMs Wfstrand. Twenty-1
twaf poung parents ; vnia ;Kuruian
have BoHcited the fay6f foVth'eircWlr
Because pW newspaper 'article in-
sinuHung inai -fyjrway vya ue ijuvtsu
for5 the poof meats of American shlp
ner8:?ihekNorweBatLs' are arbused
against " the. ImpdrtaMonXof Amertc'ahl
meats.' -' r ' v ' -nr,r.1v.
..i'- FrencViriar who ? had ; aiBap
peared' wled hliSvife'itb".seni money,
saying he had. been bound and - gagged
and ' robbed. He. Wnded the telegram
. In 7 true' French' styler"Anf ' weeping
coDiously.''' - " ' "'. t
; An old Boman Viaduct has beeirdis-
coTered , in ' perfect ' 6bnd!tiQn htid It
During the pasttmonth the officers
on charge of manslaughter, his vie-
JL'm fcavjpg dkd fjom the injury. 4
airs, uus Kunun. wire or the form-
cr priienghter, will lead a trcop cf in the vatiou3 branches cf Q4d Fet
cavalry suffragettes from New York lowstip have been Uxstaiied by the
to Vashlngton toparticipate in the District Deputy Grand Sire, Harry T.
yre-iiusu; a lion paraae. ; Holliran. P. O. P. C. P accompanied
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A jHicueq. Laiue oeiween suanghai by tne -district ueputy grauf omcers.
officials, and 1000 armed supported off - The officers of the various lodges
the opium traffic resulted in the death ' Installed are: ' .'
of , two persons and serious injury of i Polynesian ; Encampment No. 1-
many. j Cbief patriarch. R. Ai .Wood ward; sen-
Mme Tetrazzini was cnthuslastlcal- ior warden. M. W. Tschndi; junior
Is greeted ca her arrival In Chicago 'warden, B. Cheatbam; scribe, 11 LC La
and ; announced that her will power ; Pierre treasurer," F. - W.' Wood."
had struggled against temntation in Excelsiori Lodge Na 1 Noble grand.
the .form of -pineak.es and syrup and-A. H. Myhre, tice1 grand" A.' G.' Horn;
wpn. - - secretary, L.' LT La Pierre, P. G. ; treas-
A young woman stenographer of ure1: 'A Jcobson. G." '
San FranriiM'hKi hum r.t 1 lHarmonv Lodge No. S.- Noble grand.
a charge of annoying Walter Speyer, R: Cheatham; -vice - graad, C. H.
a iwndjsome business man of the cityt Bfown screarT, P'. Smith, P.:' G,.
He claims thdt she was in the habit UeMure;J.;Bfctae:''''.','
of calling fcim up some nineteen times Pacific Rebekah Lodge No.MlNobIe
aday; - - grand," Unie'1 Chalmers: vice rand,
( .: A. A' Bach, fhief deputy siate fire f8?- Rkhas;: secajy. Editt
marshar; testified before the Chicago '. Nlchfcls; treas urer, Annie Biding. er; P.
court to the existence of a plan oil1--" . . r, " ' - V
-i . limn Kpnovtn iyuiM'K(i'Z'-NnnfA
Olive Rebekah' Lodge ' Ka Nobfe
grand Janet Dewar; 'vice graid,- Alice
Sanison; ; secretary. V Susan jLando;
treasurer, jiose xanad, p. n: u;
Panama 4nartohe:.i- .. y : I " Odd FeKowshlp'darlng tbelast year,
AMnrovi Adanis. ;Vho twenty-three?3 : Wfe, f 'Vte
Man'ufn im..,VfMn;. V.'i,1 Increased by .?41,.4ST members: ' 54803
crowned -klngr ' oif an island in 'Jthe J - tajen, hlgherr.ees as embod
Caribbehn tfeaihas Inst died at W ed ta h! encampment. hke . the Jle-
ucaui 'V6V (uuui ivj.v uiciiucio.
The' total membership .6f- the Ol
FT was 2.0&O.S94. ' j'.The total ' receipts
age 'of 78 in h Boston' hdroltal ' Of
late'Vetto h lias-been a1 Connecticut
farmer.' .--" : "".-. vr--fi ."..-'.. '
'"Cipriano Cistro. former'nfesident of
Yeaeardeia and ' f ncrter of v revblutiona i
.wajer-rorbidden entrance to the United
states oecause curing feis detentltm at
Ellis -island he btid admitted .-coratala-
sloa- 6f ' a CTime and felony tnvblving
y- Ttoee--,Caiilornians werff awarded
medkls .for heroic acts by -the Came-
f 9r the year were: $18,303,210.86 funds
paior out tor relief were- j5,85.zi44 ;
the 1. O. Or t: have in Invested fnnds
$633113.87;':". '0 v '
'The order fn ' these islands is jn a
most' flourishing cpndltion.. The two
subordinate 5 lodges, Excelsior Na 1
and Harmony No. 3, eacA hhve nearly
150 members, 'with receipts of ..about
gie .hero- -comraittee. . -All three werel $2,500 each, w-Tiile achtvhas paid but
tor rescues from drowning. --'-'' nearly '$1800 y. in sick benefits. in' the
The JUnion Pacific railroad is plan-' P'ast year. ''-- :
rring to lease the Central Pacific from! Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. J and
the Southern "Pacific,- i'- v - -v " J Olive" Rebkah No. 2 are each active
The; house xjnmlttee .n expendi- 'Jodges with a jnembershJp of 15j and
j.ure auopiea ja report' asserting "w.s respectively;; ootn loages nave a
that Senator Warren, as ;tbe head of wel! orgahUed, v?veir drilled r1 degree
the vVafye'n I.Livertock'icompany had team! Which confers thei degrees la a
maintained piJawful IndosUrea i'of rta,nnfif tha"wili bearC comparison to
pnbliclands In wytming and Colora-- any Rebekah degree "team In the ''br-
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Throughout the v entire vpyage, ' ..we j
were ever tendered a better- recep-l VT
tnn than itta nrm of X--rnl: " wmt
the staterrjiritlina )f
the .Glevaad passengers last evening
ciambweil ahdardlthe 'big linjet from
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We are the largest dealers in uric3 J
; Jn the Jsbiids. We specialize ia
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Haxyaiian I? HnniHdHt
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piirty during the course of the dinner, J
-cn?ii-7 uenerc- utu -is , vue," uesi , ice
cream I have ever 'eaten." ; . ;
ere, is an interesting atort . con-
nected wlth the ice'ereani answered
one. oi tne orucera. r.You see. thU ice
creain is all made InBNew . York; and
We' took .this shipment 'aboard the day
the steamer left there 'several months
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Mayan c: :bp:i..i .j j?.-'
v Yo'n22 Buiidias-; - Bi:!:o'p C t" A.
?Branchc3 at all tliD hot:T3
maybe'ny"J?ei! Xor carrying, the
sThe' French' government has forbid
den the ' use of. scurrflou'sly . flecbrated
stamps a favorite means of the royal
ist partisans to show dohfem'pt'fibr the
republic.' .; 7 "V': ' 7 ::ri--':
- School Toys :bnr the 'Isle" of "Wight
are 'eing1, taught' cookery ' and 'show
f signs bf excelling the girls In the arL
Theyouths will probably' be' in great
detnandvlater "ottas rtves" for 'suf-
Twd hundred r IhOusand -catUe, f . -.(tl,M . Kw ' oaDr,
jlhjs promotion couimittee's laanch ahdagawe keep ft cold storage en;
decorated each o tne three, hundred L the steamer antf-httpn'K hn-M-'W
and "eighty-eight tovrit e. withleis, theneed 'itv i. Mtf: r---,
symbol of Hawaiian Welcome. C : hitik "i -fiffri'it
. With aycr FexaAat the wheel of vSS: Mimf.
lifilA lirinrhJ thfl rrr on : n-uvreu3 . esunsiacw VBicn
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This Sign on ft Property. Insures a Square, Peal
;To Both Buyerana r iieuer, , , . . r a
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4 .Acres fine residence: property on WaiMki Beach.
:,w--. -; ij w'' '-aft- iyf- ":"i; " '' '
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62. acres, agricuitnrai LandVKallhl $11,000.00
46,800 sq. ft Nuuanu street . 6,500.00
49J9S3 so. ft Judd Street ; 5,000i)p
" 20.711 sa. ft Improved property, Lunalilo street 600.00
Y- sq.;fL.dmproved property Anapuni street 4,00.op
Iaivaiiah Trust Co., Ltd ;23 Fort St
horses' and 'goats "and ' 46T)00 Jsheep
and 1 goats will be permitted to graze
on ' the national f forests of -California
'A. member of thev Austrian parlia
ment apoke; for sixteen hours 'befdre
the lower house in a debate on mobi
lization bilte. ' ' - '
'A Scottlsh-Aoatralian at present In
Londbniias invented v a method 'of
shipping fresh sh without ice, He
claims the fish wIIT be Letter pre
servedand 1 and the cbst of'shjpping
greatly decreased. ' :? '".::.!- " ?
Blossom '-"Seelyi formerly . cjiorus
giri w iui ,rv.uiu u(j ,uii-, una vteu ur
vorced'' by" her husband, Joseph kane,
becanseof hef escapades 'with'Rtibe
Marquard, the famous baseball
pitcher.'-.:- - ?v' &rs?' :.T.-v -f
A.yackage of fresh 'skunk hides seat
by trapper through parcel poafrath
er lowered the new system in Uje opin
ion ftne-maij clerks at'Decatur. IXL
- 42ecause''he waitoo-gOod "a book
keeper, it will probably go hard with
William J. Clayton, who has' been ar
retted in Bogtbn for' six robberies of
ticket offices 4ft ' Pennsylvania ' and
New York. A list of all tfhe robberies
with the amounts taken was found in
his pocket "
- Mrs Irene Harris has .demanded
$1,000,000 from the Whlte Star flne'for
the Joss of-her hupband, Herupr Har:
ri's, theatrical manager. The ?widow.
of Ftancis "EL- Millet, the artist, has
filed a claim for $100,000. . The total
claims will exceed f 14,000,000.
Moving pictures are being, used by
the Illinois Central railroad to illus
trate the possibilities of economy in
fuel. A lectqrer accompanies the car,
. stopping' at every; division point.
Thewater supply for half of Hough
ton county, Michigan;-was shu flriy
the caking-'ofice-'overan Intake pipe.
The ashes of a Japanese woman
who died in San Jose were forwarded
to her home in Japan by parcel post.
An Oklahoma undertaker has been
. . Vi 11 trttr A t
the Ittle .launch ne fromeupn, com-
muee. party lert ine wnarr at tne loot
"Of Fori street as : soon as the . smoke
of tie orld cruisiag liner was visible
oyer ' jquaranUne .teland.'Orf-the. roof
of the cabin , were piled nearly four
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For nearly an: Hour tne mue boat
ipg .discovered by the passengers who
immediately rusned to the rail eager
tbr catch "their "first glimpse of what
iheyxpefited.' perhaps, to be an jout-
rigger- canoe iyueu wih , . tfAWSJian
gWs ' dresged fa grass skirts. -Joyful
greetings -' were' exchanged back and
forth,'" and' then' the girfs"rbTke into
"Aloha .Oe" and other Hawaiiaa ;meloi
dies whlc brought' hursts' of laDPlause
.from those who crowded the1de,cks of
'' When' the siknal was finally eivenl
I that the 'Cleveland had withstood uc-
doctdrs and ttiecumhbusV-offl-
cials,' the 'girls,' headed ty "Mabr'Fern;
his tfecretanr, H.aP. Woodland others
of the party, clambered up the gang
plank armed with myriads of lefs; and
were received with shouts of welcome
br the tourists. "As it luckily, happen
ed; the greater number ; of phssengers
retreated to the dining saloon Immedi
ately after inspection, arid it Was here
that the Hawaiian girls passed ampng
them, placing a beautiful lei around I
tne nee ot eacn.t
"Are ' they '""made of real flowers V
asked one of the ladies, as sue took
the lei from around her neck and ad-
mUed' it as 'only one who lp fond of
flowers can: "It does ..not seem pos-
accompany the-voyage. Thanksgiving
at Bombay, India;1 the lnteresang Ger
man Christmas for7 "the s youngsters
aboard the liner; the 'moonlight danc
es fn the Orient,' and a horde of other
happening whlcttould fill a : book;
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Alakea wharf at about a quarter iof
ntne o'clock, the 'passengers ''-Were
greeted with .the strains of .the 8tar
Spangled Banner- and 'hats went off
and the loyal Americans cheered with
all their might k . ' : J-- 'VX
.at Is just)lkeie5tmack toirner
lean soil,' said one of the passengers,
"and we are proud of the fact that the
United States Ibas Hawaii as one of
its" possessions.-; ' ' v
The German .passengers, were not
lorgotten, .however; tot although 'he is
an American citizen, the remembranc
es cf' the Fatherland are strong l
Heir Eerger and following the Ameri
can natidnal air.- the- Hawaiian band
ftruck up The .Watch blr tha Jthein,"
and then it was that theGerman tour
ists contributed their . share of the1 en-
t thuslasm -
Thet promotion committee ; is to he
complimented' on the rousing success
of the entire undertaking. Thai it was
a great success may be judged by the
Opinions which the passengers had of
the, welcome. The delegations of
Sfjriners'aniL Elks' w hich Went aboard
did 'touch toward making their broth
ers of the vessel have a joyous wel
come' to Hawaii nel.' The Shriners
had arranged for an automobile trip,
which wa3 made soon after the steam
er had. docked. From the statements
made by the passengers, Honolulu gave
stale? ace' they all'made of real flow-1 the tourists a welcome that Will never
ers! Wb.6nshe jeas 'informed that be forgotten, and many of them ex
ill of the real Hawaiian lels are made pressed themselves as already plan
of genuine flowers, she immediately ning on taking a trip to Hawaitin the
insisted on having a "real" carnation near future. '
lei, vhich was given her. By good! "I think that it was a great "under
luck the number of leis which had .taking, said Secretary Wood, of the
been brought out was sufficient to go promotion committee.: "There was not
more than argund, and, cf course, ; a passenger on board that was not en
there were many who were eager to thusiastlc over the. welcome they rc
b'ave more than one. When the giris ceived on their arrival at -Honolulu,
had jfinished their distribution, theywben the Cleveland again . makes-this
were heartily applauded and thanked Port' 1 : think we' shall have to plan
by the passengers, and from that time: even a greater reception.
on Honolulu commenced to gain even
mere favor in the minds of the tour
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and ajl general : co oinns ; v
The entire estate of the late White
Jaw Reid, which amounts to between
Mayor Fern Was presented to the$K,000,000 and' $20,000J)OO. has been
indicted for shipping liquors into at- c&vXQ ot the Tessel then to the left unconditionally to, his -widow, who
kainsas. He packed the liquors m cor- was Secretary Wood, asked to make the necessary provi-
of the "promotion committee and the.&ion for the children,
rest of the party.. Foliowing this, un-l The wreck on the Lackawanna rail
til the time the Cleveland docked at j road near Coming, N. Y., last uly was
Alakea wharf, the party was enter-; caused by an engineer who was drunk
twined at dinner by the officers. j the night before and only slept three
"The dining service on the deve-ihowa before "going on his run. .Forty
land' Is certainly' f Ine," said one of the people' were killed, '
A SL Louis -railroad Clerk "just
naturally" forgot to keep, an appoint
ment to claim a legacy of $62,500.
In a Milwaukee ? street fight- one
man with aa -uhspellable nama)"bit
th th.umb. J)f cofld $m A
longer name) and is now being held
PKl f 1777 rT!7 f Beef fat c!
VI4A. M . talned from specbUt
Iected jsxltle aAi ahrclateljf
pTbere is no mrer, more wHoIej
: om'e oQyl lujittsmqe. t.IarJe
ruer'e.waJtcii eyesef U.S.
5 goveraaent in23ector by th
Vest to Meat Co,
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