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WEDNESDAY. SEl'TEMHKIl 18. 1901.
may hi; hi; spakhd.
The receipt of later news giving
promise that President McKlnley wilt
t-Afnlnr frnm thn Wound Inflicted 1IP011
him by a dastardly assassin sere as a I
rny of hope promptly incepted by the
mmnla nf iinwnll. Ami.nct no citizens
of the Nation did the news of the at-
,.nu ,,., t,n irel,lent create mors
heartfelt sjmpathy for the sufferer or
rn,.o rfu,.rn nf horror that the llf.t
f ...nh i nine m the Nation should be
threatened by a foul blow from one of
ihna Mtliens whom he sought so
faithfully and honestly to sene.
McKlnley Is to citizens of Hawaii
perhaps more of a personality than to
the people of any other part of the
Nation. He has been nnd now Is more
Intlmatelv associated with the ndnilii-
Istratlon'or affairs that go to make up
the dally life of the Territory than
any President cut has hceii or eer
will bo. Largely through his kindly
nnd thoughtful guidance Hawaii was
brought Into the Union nnd the per-
sonnl Interest felt toward him has been
reciprocated. Hawaii has been led to
believe that the President had a par-
tlcularly warm feeling toward this lit
tle Territory. An attack upon one of
our own citizens could not he mora
of a shock to the community.
William McKlnley has shown him
self to be an Ideal lpe of American
manhood. The honor nlwas accorded
to the Chief Executive has gradually
and steadily grown to mil wi sal re-
spoct, admiration, love. He Is an Idol
of the people: they worship him be-
cause he refuses to bo worshipped, ever
retaining that cordial, thougnmn spirit u, f Cambridge Unlu-islty, In Kn
Omt becomes particularly the Amerl- ga,id, who appeared attired In thy
can official. He has nover forgotten v,,rj. tl,Hi thltiR In Uiudoti fashion
that he rose from the ranks, and his :t,t. Pl.nnB dress. Ahlo spoke as nn
highest Ideals as expressed In his nct ( ntliusliistlr member of tho reform par
as well'ns words are to faithfully per- tv tlat w-clci to ichabllltate China hy
form the duties entiusted to lis care at)0,,i,iiig the corrupt Mandarin sjs
nnd ngaln Join the ranks of loyal c III- tem unci establishing modern West
zens In prUnte life. cru methods of democratic goiern
Hawaii Joins In the prayer Hint the 01f.nt All H tll(1 omis traveler who
President's life may bo -arfd, Hod airlt,i llt (1(. California Hotel tw-i
grant thnt our great leader ma live WtKs ago from Kmope and found that
to complete his life work and en 1 his a) ,)f ,,( ,,,, trilnk8 lmcl ,,,,,. ,,.
allotted period In the u.u!e: suiioupd- ,,u.Kpi, uni, vwrotiy Hearehed while In
lugs which It Is known he has con- ,n,nslt l mM cihlciirn and lhl cllv.
templated with perhaps greater pltus
ure than the victories arid s.iccc-secs of
his public career.
RBFORMERS IN CONTPOL.
Peking. Sept. 9. Tho Impel lal do
iree Issued recently for reform of tho
examinations, seems to Indicate thnt
the Liberals aro In control of Hie
court, and Its Independence, If on
forced. Is difficult to overestimate. It
provides that the examinations must
Include western history, w-estern sci
ences nnd Industrial mt'thods. It
abolishes tho traditional eight-part
classical csras and verbatim repro
ducttons of thu classics, proficiency In
which has bc-en the thler iiialitlcatlmi
of ufllco-holdlng. It relegates tho
classics to thu background, requiring
only .ixpusltlons of their meaning.
Ccucral Yuan Shi Kal's troops nr
entering Peking today and aro us
timing tho work of policing the tltv.
They aro n stalwart, well-drilled body
Orent forces of workmen uro en
gaged In repairing tno palaces und
Washington. Sept. 9. 'I he follow
ing telegram was received at tlu
State Department todav:
"Peking, Sept. 9. Protocol signed
Sept. 7th. Itockhlll left sth.
Tho steamer Sierra, irom the Colo
Ing nnd discharging some small
nies. arrived off isirt about 9 o'clork
last evening. All dispatch was usod
In getting her to dock, and uftor loal
freight she soiled this morning' about
a quarter to eleven cjowciec. with pas
sengers on the way to tho States.
'Among thoso leaving In her for tha
Coast wero: Col. Sam Pnrker, Kred.
J. Cross and son, Hon. II. E. Cooper,
J. It. Gait nnd wife. T. V. DicdgJ
and wife. J. A. Oilman. A. J. Camp
bell and family, Melvln Vnnlman and ,
wife and many others.
LILLIPUTIANS "GEISHA" TONIGHT
Tonight Pollard's Lilliputian Opoia Company open their season In the
Hawaiian Opera House, with "Tho Geisha." Tho following Is the casto of
Dick Cunningham .Miss Lilly Thomson .. ..
Arthur Curdy Miss Iilno doubling ... . "
George tlrlmston Miss Emma 'lliomiis . .. "
Tommy Stanley Miss Daphne Tiott "
(Ofilccm oi I . M. S. Turtle.)
laidy Constance Wynno . ..... ... ..Miss Mlnulo Topping ... "
(An English visitor In Jupii, traveling In her yacht.)
Miss Mario Whlttlngton . . , " Miss Agnes Tin nor "
Miss Ethel Hurst Miss Pkuby Mooio "
MIeb Mabel brant . ..i Miss Muy Thorn "
Miss Mulllo Seymour Miss Mndgit Williams .. "
Iho Maritiis Imrl Master Harold Hill . .. "
(Chief of PoJIco and Governor of tho Province.)
Tnkamlna Miss Holla 'lliomsoii ... "
Captain Kritauti .' .Master Tied. Stewart .. "
(Captain of tho Guam.)
Wnn-H! . . . ,....., Master Willie Pollanl .. "
(Chinaman, Proprietor of a T.i House.)
.luhctto niament Miss May Topping . -.. "
(A r'roncb Girl attachci) to the Ton House as interpreter.!
Naml (Waves of tho sea. an attndnt.l . Miss Myrtle Trott "
O Klku San (Chrysanthemum) Miss Klorry Shaip "
O liana San (llloBBom) Miss Corinlo Prebblo ... "
O Klukoto San lUoldon Harp) ....Miss Sa...j Kartell .... "
Komurasakl (Llltlo San Violet) .. MIbs Kitty Howard .... "
O Mimosa San (Chlet Geisha) .Miss Allen llennett "
Act I. Tho Ten House of Ten
Act II. A Chrysanthemum Koto
Time Thu present. Tho action of tlio play lakes place In Japan, outside
the Trinity Limits.
"Tho Geisha" will bo performed lor two nights only, Pililay and Sat
urday, Soptumbor 20th nnd 2lBt, "The Hello or Now York" will bo given.
on Saturday ufternoon nt 3 o'clock a giuud matlneo of "The Ileiiu of Now
York' will bo given, when rnllilron vlll ho admitted at halt price to all
parts of tho theater. SeatB at Wall, Nkuols Co.
San Francisco, Sept. ".A. L. Alilo,'
wlio Is at uiescnt a Kneit nt Urn Call-'
fnrnln Hotel, complained to tho South
ern 1'acMc Cortiidny jesterdav that on iinnaln, Sept. in. Leon K. Czolpinz
Ills trip lieiv from New ork his tlilr ,ait roiifrsscd to thu police that tils
teen trunks wero broken luto atmlattompt upon tin' life ol President Mc
gcirrhed, and, cm .tig to ii:c peculiar
, IrnitnMtnnrpx mirmuntlllli tilP linnlr
,,,., . ., ,,. . ,, ,,,..
ro)Rht tcnch ,ll(I 1i;:11,y ()f n)l ln,lnv
tliiunl question. Alilu U i lilalily olu-r-itpil
Chinese, a Rradtiatc of Cam
brhlKO, nnd u nirmliv ')f I lie Cu'ntsg
reform liarty. lie Urn nil EnpINn lte.
Ahlo tells a pjctill i" Rtory a limit the
opening and searching of ills trunkA
He uas not able In v-t .n all "I his
trunks until yesterday, when his keys,
which had been stolen at bomu time
nnd place of which he had no accurato
knowledge, were returuul to nim
through the general baggage! agent of
the Southern Pacific, to whom they had
neen mailed in an anonjmous leuer
Upon opening his trunks Ahlo found,
o he says, that they had nil been open-
ed and thoroughly searched, although
nothing of alue was taken. Tlio
venrrlilng must hac taken place
somewhere between hero and New
York, nt which point they were chee
ed through to this city. Ahlo Inclines
to the belief, so he sas, that some
emissary of the Chinese (Socrnment
Is responsible for the theft of his keys
nnd the opening of his trunks, nnd that
the mission of the guilty man was mi-
questionably to apprehend any papeis
or documents that might proie of In-
tcrest to the Chinese Ooicrnment.
The passenger olllclals of the South-
ern Pacific nre looking Into the matter,
although they have small hopes of un-
lauding the mtery. They are mstl-
"ed to know how the trunks could
bae been opened and searched while
AHLO TALKS REFORM
San Francisco, Sept. 12. A densely
packed audUnce of neaily 2000 Chinese,
ur almost one-tenth of the entire
Oriintnl population of Sun Francisco,
mied eery nook and cranny In tho
(Jhtutsc theater on Jaikson street last
night, and applauded wildly during an
hour's nddress made by A. L. Ahlo, a
highly educated young Chinese gradu
presumably by a spy of tin1 Chines?
Government in senrih of refoiiu party
documents or plans.
NATURE'S PIIOVISION M)ll MAN
When Nature designee man she
provided ample, things for his preser
vation. Man was Intended to live nnd
bo healthy on vegetation; that was
tho natural way. The only way to be
healthy or to regain lost health li
by using nature's remedy and great
blood purifier Klcknpoo Indian Sag
wn. This Is tho great Indian reme
dy, taken direct from nature's unerr
ing laboratory. It Is made of simple
herbs, roots nnd barks, and always
acts naturally. It searches out the
disease; finds tho causa of It; slays
It, nnd restores the body to a normal
ly healthly condition. If your liver Is
sluggish, drowsy, or Inactive; If your
heart doesn't pump right, pulpltato,
thumps, sometimes vigorously; and
sometimes faintly; If your bowels arr
Inactive, or ovciactlvo; If your sUu
ach falls you; If your klducys fall to
act naturally; there Is still help foi
you If you will tako Klcknpoo In
dian Sagwa. Yott must net quickly.
Disease Is progressive; you must stop
It nt onco. Klcknpoo Indian- Sagwa
will do it Uobron Drug Co., agents
for thu Klckapoo Indian KeniodleH.
Deputy Sheriff Fernando of Ewa
was In the city on business this fore
noon. He reports extieme dullness In
police circles. The Spaniard 1 cleared
fiom Ouhu Jail the other day after the
man he Is reported to havo 'assail Iteil
had committed suicide, lias gouo back
to woik on the plantation.
Miss Ivy Trott .....
Ago VI Years
" lit "
" Hi "
" 7 "
" Vi "
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in tho Palaco Gardens,
EVENING DUMATIN, HONOLULU, H. T.WEDNKSIMY,
Kin pv was tliu rvwi t or a conspiracy
In which many besides himself had a
part. So far ns can be learned, Cxol
Kosa has lefused to mention any
names except that of llnuna (loldman.
but pupers nio In oilstone o which. If
they inn be dlseoveied, will lay bar
tliu entire lonsplmcy, and will resu'.v
In whole nnesls, followed by prosed!'
In his confession (Vcilgoxx has told I
of tils ntlempt to destroy the written!
ehleneo -of conspiracy, Hu said
that time did not permit him to bum
the pnpeis ns ho had desired. Ozol
gen said If he was to meet thu'Prosl
dint nt the Temple of Music at Hie
Piin-Aiiierlcan Exposition ho had to bo
In lino early, llefore lens lug his room
In Nownk's Hotel, he gathered togeth
er all bis papers, taking them from
his poikets, from his a!lso nd Irom
the dliiWrs of his tnblo. All were
bound together In onu package, which
he concealed beneath nls coat. tVol
gos7. m)h that hu made a circuitous
trip about the city, and 'that nt some
fiilnt. which he fRiimit now tlescrlbu.
ennm unon mi mien sewer. Into
this sewer In- cast his papers.
Supoilnlendent Hull bus asked hi
to take detedlves to the spot, but ho
has satil lie could not llnd hit way
there. Inch by Inch thu sewers of
this city nie being scan hod nnd. If
such a thing Is possible, those papers
Win be rcMoxc-risL Iiut If tho siurcu
Is li uitlcss. It Is not nt rill Improbable
thai CzoImisz can be prevailed upon1
10 reveal nil tliu knowledge that Is
now In his possession. The conspiracy
extended to the following group of
Chicago No. 315 Carroll nvctiue,
licuiUiuarters of Isnak family.
Allegheny. Pn. Harden avenue, dis
trict headquarters of Carl Nold and
Patorson, N. .1. National headquar
ters nt iiimrthlhtB of tho United
St. .Louis South Thirteenth street,
htadiitiurtors for anarchists, of which
branch Emma (loldman had direct
Cleveland, (). Aiian hist group, of
which Leon Czolgosz Is a member.
Iluffiilo. N. Y. Ilroadway brunch of
the Polish Society or Anarchists.
On authoritative Information It can
be said that within the last ten weeks
Emma tloldman has visited each on
of the six anarchist organizations
mentioned. She has been In Kurr.ilri i
tin it' times since July 1th. having lei! j
the city tlio last time four class before '
the attempted assassination. I
Chicago Sipt. 1 . Emma Goldman.
the anarchist leader under whose red
banner Leon Czolgosz claims ho
stands, whoso words, ho claims fired
his heart and his brain to attempt the
assassination of the Pi-ehldent,.wns ur
resteil hero shortly before noon today.
She disclaimed all but tho slightest
utiiualiitniice with thu Piesldent's as
wllanl; sh denied absolutely that
she or uny anarchist she knew, wa-i
Implicated In any plot to kill tho
Prei incut. She seld she believed Czol
gosz ucled ontliely on his own m
sponhlhlllty. and that ho never claimed
to lone Ncen Inspired by her. as he Is
limited as nfllrinliig.
llostciu. Sept. 10. Crcsccus nnd The
Abott will race for n purse of $20,000
at Iteudvllle September 19, the winner
taking the whole purse, which Is of
fered by Thonuis W. laiwsou of this
Secietary Jewctt of tho Now England
Trotting Horse llreeders' Association
aiiiiouuccil tonight that picllnilnary ar
laugeiuonts for the rnco were complct
oil today, when Ed. (leers, trainer of
I he Abbott, and Mr., Ki tc-hani, owner
ami drive r of Cicsucus, came to an tin
derstandlng. The guto lecelpts will go
to the West End Nursery In llostou
STRIKE NOT ENDED.
flushing. Sept. 10. President Shaf
fer nnd his ndvlesrs In the general
office of the Amalgamated Association
hold the power, hy authority of tho
general executive board of the organi
zation, to settle the steel strike. Thoy
apparently allowed today to lapse, af
ter this authority was vested In them.
without coming to uny settlement, On
Monday. It l-c said, the executive board
directed Picsjdcnt Shaffer, together
with Seiretary-Tnasurer Williams,
Assistant Secretary Tlghe and Hen I.
Davis of the advisory hoard to settle
without delay on the best trims possi
ble. ENEMY OP THB COUNTRY.
Ilaltlmore, Sept. 7. A mornlug pa
per has published nn Interview with
United States Senator George L. Wel
lington given In Cumberland, upon tho
leceptlon of tho news of the attempt
(li the life of Piesldent McKlnley, in
which Senator Wellington Is epioted as
".McKlnley and I 1110 encmleu. I havi
nothing good to say about him, nnd
under the circumstances do not cnie to
say anything bad. I am Indifferent to
the whole matter."
The attention of the Senator was ill
I cited to the mntter'thls morning with
n icquest for a denial or affirmation of
tho woids attrlbii'cd to him. He flatly
declined to give either.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 58x150 planted with
fruit trees, 3G0 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
ii iiDiN arrested;
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd, 3
Thue Rood vcr orJered from advance
sheets ol the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest in dtslfin and
Call early anJ make your selections.
Garden Hose '
In addition to 'he loooo feet of Gatdtn
How lately received, the "Emllv F. Whit
ney" brought us, lo.cooft. mere, making ,
TWENTY TIIOUHANI) HKBT.
We have all grjJts, anJ our ptlce are
lower than ever cjuoted in this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to harness, just received via the ,
"OLY.MI'IC," for sale at tlifloiwsj lignres.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcpclitint Street, between Port nnd Alnkcn.
Here is something to 140 down the .speedway
with. If you are proud of your horse hitch
him to a vvaRon that will not detract from
liis value either in speed or appearance.
TRY THIS ONE.
125 MERCHANT HT.
BEST . WALL HANGINGS.
BEST LINOLEUMS. ' BEST WINDOW
'Phone Main 358.
117!) R1cp Street.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders proinplly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 541. P.O. llox U7H.
SBl'T. IS, I10t
Nct Door to titiingenwiilil Building.
IT'S A WALK-OVER
1 he way trade lias come to us.
Our "ads" arc evidently read
.111J appreciated, hut that's not
Hie only reason we give vou
rrcmpl jnj coutteaus service,
and a he'ter value for your
money than vou cm pnlbly
gft c-lvw lure.
What we sav we do we do do.
P. O. Box 834.
MF'C CO., Ltd.
Bet. Iteretiinln 11 ml Pmuilit.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu,
OJ DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
. The New
opposite the R. R. depot.
On draught and in hottle.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
Is steadily growing In favor nnioug
people who npproclatn good thing,
nnd Is rapidly becoming tho favoilto
CARBONATED I1Y THE
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agts. for the Territory of Hawaii.
Office and Works. COl Kort nnd Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
Soda Water, etc., delivered free to
all pails of tho city. Island orders so.
All Orilct-H Promptly Hilled.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MeinhepH Htock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
I AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sal ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
-lot! Cnlitornlii St..
Sun Fi'nncitico, Cul.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
3FFICE, 10 West Kjnp Strhm
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Ber'etanla atrect
between Plikol and Keaumoku 8t.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Uergstrom Music Company
fl 31 PORT ST.,
A A Has the Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
In the City,
FIlkHH llOME-MADn POl ON TUE3
1AYH AND VllIOAYS.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
I'OR an CHNTH.
Architects, Contractor! and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
STAVOENWAlb BID ,
J. F. MltEY
Hoffman & Riley
I'. O Cot 1(0
Geo. W.Pagc. Tel. 229
P. W. Bcardslie. V. 0. Box 77S
Architected unci BuIIcIcph.
Office, llooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
COiN TRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
M. R. BERTELMAN'8
18 - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Fntrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the annotldatlrn
of t'e b.-st B'scult Co'sln
America, we can offer to the
public the following choice
makes cf biscuits : (
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" Trench Wafers
Fall Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CHAS. DAVID. MnnuCer
Now Open for ItuHlnctiM.
HlneHt of Accommodntlon.
FlncMt of Hn thing, t 1 t
Ite Sure to Get Off nt 1
till Wiitnlun Station
RATES 2.50 pep duy I
Special RntcH hy Week op
Month. 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 t
For further Information address :
IIALKIWA P. O.
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
HINU III THU
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : 518 fort street
Stnlilo Vlioiii'. 10!) Sliiln.
Hurl; Htunil, 'PliunuH mIU nnd 71'
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Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and wc
check basjrago on all outgoing steam
era. Wlilte and Black Siod For Silt
Office with Uvenlnij Bulletin, 110
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