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EVEN1.N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WKUSKSDAY. OCT. 30, 190i.
JAPAN RUSSIA FRIENDSHIP.
London, Oct, 22. "On the authority
of Count Iamsdorf I am nblo to Uo
i In re," says tho St. Petersburg corre
spondent of tho Dally Telegraph, "that
the relations between Ittusla and Ja
pan are qulto friendly, nnd rumors of
n likelihood of war aro unfounded. Ccr
tnlnly tho Corcan question will not
cniido a rupture, becauso Russia nnd
Japan recently arrived at an ngico
tnent which makes Corea a sort of buf
fer state, both agreeing to respect her
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THE POPULAR STORE
HAWAII AIN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
ONE SHEET AND
TWO PILLOW CASES
all In one box, and sold at from 2 to $4 per
box. Each It hemstitched and embroidered
and Is altogether one of the daintiest novel
ties we have In the store. Remember the
$2 TO $4 A BOX.
All Wool, 60 Inches wide; very suitable for skirts
and Jackets for women or suits of clothing for men.
Merchant tailors are cordially Invited to Inspect these
goods, as they are very cheap, having been Imported
before the high duty was put on. Worth $2.50 per
yard, but sold by us at
$1 PER YARD.
On our center table you'll find a goodly assortment
cf choice REMNANTS of COTTON GOODS, which we
are clearing out at greatly Reduced Prices.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
IA Hotel Street,
General Merchandise) Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAOOO'N BLOCK, MERCHANT '.TREE?.
FOR MEN'S SUITS.
p. o. Boi 4s. Hi. e
7V3;isrc3r yjsro G-xkAJsi
THE OLDEST CHu SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D.ilin la Fist Silk. tn4 Or.u Lln.nt. Chln.M tnl Jipai.it Good, of All Kloll
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
W'c have now a largo stock of tho
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFINQ affords thor
ough flro protection to tho building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water llowlng from tho roof
can be used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and lire proof. For
Hat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries nnd will
promptly furnish any information desired.
for IndlcK nt 7.5c pci yard and
AND STRICKEN OUT
Large Bond of Administrator Re
quest to Sell City Property
Evidence in Tax Appeal
Chlng lions Wa AM has Med a bond
in $20,000 as administrator of the es
tate of CMng AM. deceased, with U.
Wlnnni, Wong Kvval, I.. Alilo nnd Ho
Kon Ills sureties each for $3000.
In tho equity suit of Charles S. Pes
l(y vs. The Orpheum Company. Judge
near granted the motion of plaintiff to
strike f i om the flics the motion to va
cate the order of foreclosnte and th
affidavit of S. M. llallon In support
thereof, on the ground that tho atllda
vlt contained scandalous and Imperti
nent matter. Hatch & Sllliman for
plaintiff; Kinney. Ilallou & JlcClaua
ban for defendant.
Samuel K. Woolley. administrator of
the (state of Makanoe, by his attor
neys. Ilobertson & Wilder, moves for
nn order to sell real estate on Maklkl
Kahala has died a bond In (3500 an
administrator of the estate of Kahana
Kahale, with l'llkol Okuu and Enoch
Johnson as sureties.
rtobertson & Wilder for J. W. Pratt,
tax assessor, and Kinney, Ilallou &
McClanahan for Kaplolanl Estate, ap
pellant In n taxation ease, stipulate
that the transcript of evidence furnish
ed by the tax assessor where he was
appellant may be used by the appellant
In this case before the Supreme Court.
Ane llllo's suit to enjoin Lllluoha
lanl from the foreclosure of a mort
gage was heard and taken under adt
vlsement by .li'lge Clear yesterday.
IN iI (l
Chicago, Oct. IC- Colonel John Ja
cob Astor of New York and Astor's
Ilattery. lost the role of millionaire
and took up that of n locomotive en
gineer for a short time this morning.
With blue jeans overalls and buckskin
gloves, the Colouel sat on tho right
side of a locomotive cab and piloted
tho fast mall on tho Lake Shore road.
Colonel Astor's frolic in the cab of
tho fast mall was no new experience-
to him, but It undoubtedly will umaro
many of his society friends, who are
not awaro that he has au Infatuation
for the "lion horse" of commerce that
nmuunts to passion.
Colonel Astor took tho fast mall.
technically known as "Train No. 3,"
at New York at 8:13 Tuesday morning
and enjoyed tho luxury of sitting up
aJl night In a day coach. His rest
was frequently broken by tho sway
ing of the train, which often obtains
a speed of over eighty miles an hour.
When Elkhart was reached at f:0.
this morning tho Colonel decided to
complete the trip on the engine.
Out of South I lend there Is a fairly
straight stretch of track with a slight
down grade westbound. The engineer
Invited 'his guest to "take the reins,"
and the in nation was coupled with
another to push her along. The Colonel
accepted both Invitations. From
South Ilend to I.aportc, a distance of
twenty miles", the new engineer mad
tl V distance In u trlllo under twenty
BUFFALO EXHIBIT DEFICIT
New York, Oct. 1(1. "The Pan-American
Exposition has been anything but
a paying Investment so far, nud thosto
in n position to know estimate that at
tho close of tho t-cneon thero will bn a
a total deficit of from $1,000,000 to !.
500,000, which stockholders may bn
called upon to make good."
This statement was made today by a
piomlncnt citizen of IlulTnlo, now In
this city, who Is familiar with the af
fairs and management of the Exposi
tion, and who appears to b? well In
formed on the situation. After allud
ing to some of the causes that hnvo
worked against the success of the Ex-
position, such ns InsuHlclcnt advcrtlH-
ing ami into opening, lie concluded:
"Of course, the first bondholders will
not suffer because of any deficit, buV
second bondholder will, and tho stock
may bo assessed to make up a shortage)
that seems Inevitable. When I left
Buffalo relcently Pan-American stock
was being offered at 8 cents on tho dol
lar." PRESIDENT KNTERTAIN8 ITO.
Washington, Oct. 51. The distin
guished Japaneso statesman, Marqul
Ito. was ,tho guest of President Itoose
velt nt luncheon today, Tho Marquis
called at tho WTilto House earlier In
the day to pay his respects to tho
President. Ho was escorted by tho
rcsiueni japaneso Minister, Mr. Tnka-
hlra, and by Mr. Tsudsukl, formerly
'Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of
jnpan, out at present acting as one of
tho secretaries to tho Marquis. Tho
President gavo his visitors a cordial
With tho President nnd Marquis Ito
At luncheon were Hecrotary of Statu
Hay and Mr. Tsudsukl.
The Bulletin, 76 cents per month.
HIS FIRST TRIP
Entertained in Historic Town of Con
necticut Secret Agents Can't
Keep Track of
Parmlngton. Conn., Oct. 22. l'resl
dent lluosov ell's day In Karmlngtou
piovlded qulto a notable addition tr
the hlstoilo nunals of this ordinal lly
quiet old town. Tho lntcntlop r the
I'ti'fcldent'ri sister, Mrs. Cowles, to
nuil.o the ocenslon u private affair
was di-ft-nti'il by tho anxiety of the
people to sec the President nnd tn
tnl.o his hand. Throughout tin morn
ing there was no particular demon
Kt i .it Ion, hut In tho mlildlu ot the aft
einoon crowds gathered on tho streets
to see the President. Mot.t of thu
people went away satisfied, for tho
Picsldcnt made three dashes through
portions of the town. In the Inst ol
these ho rode out In nn open carriage
thiough the big crowd assembled on
the piliielp.il street corners Just nt tno
londuslon of the ceremony of planting
n McKluley memorial oak.
Men nnd women pushed and strug
gled to touch tho President's hand as
he, leaning fnr out of thu carriage, ou
Ueavored to reach as many us possible
without delaying a more formal recep
tion which awaited nlm at his ulster's
The Presidents day was filled with
.enjoyable rides, walks nnd receptions.
It was concluded this owning with a
.dinner given nt the homo of Comman
der nnd Mrs. Cowles. Among thu
guests at the dinner were tho Presi
dent and his daughter, Miss Allco
lloovevolt. Secretary Cortelyou. As
sistant Secretary HarneB. United
States Senators Joseph It. Haw ley and
On Me II. Piatt nnd their wives ami
Governor tlcorgu P. McLean.
llctwec-n his two rides tho President
and a few friends took a long tramp
to Pinnacle mountain.
An Interesting incident of the mom
Ing drive wns tho greeting of ICO
Mhool children, nttircd In whiter wav
ing Hags at tho President ns he imlo
The afternoon was c.ilefly devoted to
I receptions, flrbt to the young women
or the Porter School and second to Un
guents In vlttd by Mrs. Cowles tn muut
One of tho features of the uny was
;uio planting or tno McKlnloy oak on
the public green, opposite the plctur
euciuo nnd historic Kim Tiee Inn.
President Itoosevelt declined to tako
part In this, on thu ground that it
would not bo iu good tnsto to do so
on this occasion after having declined
other similar invltaitons. Governor
McLyun nnd Mayor Harbison of Halt-
lorci wem tno principal speakers at
the exercises. The town was well po
liced by deputy sheriff s nnd constables,
tho customary warning having been
I sent out In ndvaucu iy the Chief of
Police at Washington. Tho Seciet
Service men followed the President's
party as Ihr ns possible, but were un
able to keep track of his inpld
I The Piesldent will lenvo I'aimlngton
nt i: in a. m. tomorrow and will nirlvo
In New Haven about an hour later.
Washington, Oct. Itj. Theio ari
now 80D lep.-rs nnd 161 healthy per
sons at the Molokai leper settlement
In Hawaii, according to report Just 10
celved Irom Chief quarantine Olllcer
Coler, in charge of tno Marine Hospi
tal work in Hawaii. All thesu urn
housed, led, clothed nnd governed for
stxj.ouu n year. The report praises tho
liRjirhil and cheerful way in which
these poor people resign themselves tn
their tut", and points out that such
contentment can thrive on a comfort
able mode of lir.i nnd good treatment.
Surgeon Coler reports ho made curetul
Inquiries ns to the chances of the in
tcciion or tho healthy people working
among tho lepers, and that tho gen
einl opinion was tnat In tlmu tliey
would Lecouie lepers.
In tho Inst ten years, however, only
ten clean residents have become lep
ers. Tho board or health has lultluted
u new system for preventing tho lepers
nnd their relatives nud friends Iiom
embracing and klsBlng each other liv
mnichliig tho visitors Immediately
Irom tho steamer landing to a inrral
with a double feuco. Tho friends are
compelled to remain Insido this luclos
mo and tint lepers gather around nud
talk through tho bars. VIsltorH nru
permitted at any time under this sys
tem, instead of only onco u year, us
formerly. Tho results of known ex
posures to leprosy show nn iincei tnln
ly as to thu chances of Individual In
fection, which niakcB tho dlscasn one
ol the most dlulcult to operate against
Women uro said to bo less liable to It
than men, Tho three-oldest pntlentc
at tho settlement arrived In 1874, 1875
and 1879, respectively.
i ne recruits to tho settlement each
year during tho last decado range rrnrt
132 In 1890 to eighty-live In 1900, short'
lug a gradual decrease, despite the
ract that tho hunt for lepers lliniiijh
the Island never beforo has Vcn su
London, Oct. 21. Sir Archibald l.ov
In Smith, who recently resigned tho
pest or master of rolls on account of
Ill-health, died last night In Moray
shire, Scotlund, Ho whs born In 1S3'J.
We Alean Wht V c S.y I Vi.ur
Choice olSolld silt cr.llolJI'l.lc
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tm Boot Co Poi3a.llivUI.ll C.rollna USA
" It f. A turf, "nfp ftnd quick rrmctlj,
i Tlnrt ONLY ONE
p Porry Davis'.
Two .!-, S.V- ftnl.Vc
Sim Krnnclscci papers report a fcreacli
of promise suit, of which the defen
dant'sfems to have married the other
woman while on a trip to Hawaii.
1 .11 j- Woods, who stated that she
rented rooms In order to support her
self is suing A. C. Warner for $1000
damages for not keeping his promise
to marry her. She said that he was nn
expert sugar maker with nn Income of
$150 n month; that he went to the Ha
waiian Islands In last July, and that
he promised beforo going that he
would make her his wife when he re
turned to San Pranclsco. but while
absent from this city he was married
to another woman. He enme back on
September 2d. and when the plaintiff
learned that he could not become her
huBlmnd she grew- despundent ami was
heartbroken, she nllegis.
THE HIGHEST MASON
Washington, Oct. 22. Uepiesenta
live James I). Itlchardson or Tennes
see wns today elected sovereign grand
commander of the Ancient nnd Accept
ed Order of the Scottish Hlte of Kreu
Masonry for tho Southern Jurisdiction
of the United States. Ho has been act
ing grand commander ever since tho
death of the last grand commander,
Thomas Caswell of Hon Kranclsio.
The following other oillccis were
elected: Samuel 15mery Adams, Min
nesota, lieutenant grand commander,
succeeding Mr. Hlvhardson; Martin
Collins, St. Louis, grand chancellor;
Itutus K. l-'lomlng, Pargo. N. I) grand
minister of stale.
About 200 Masons, representing all
sections of tho country, wore elevated
to tho thirty-third degreo or to thu
Knights Commaudcrshlp of tho Court
At the afternoon session or tne coun
cil the newly elected office were In
stalled, the impressive ceremony be
ing conductd by (Irnnd Commander
Henry I,. Palmer or Wisconsin. The
council presented to Mr. Palmer a sli
ver gold-lined loving cup. Senntor H.
M. Teller nf Colorado making the pres
Hheumatlsni has been cured In a
multitude ot rases dining the past slx'v
years by PAIN-KII.I.P.H. This potent
remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
around the suffering parts, will lelleve
nil stiffness, 'reduce the swelling, and
kill all pain. The most stubborn'cnses
yield to this treatment when persoveiol
In. Avoid substitutes, there Is but one
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