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VSSOW. tfONOL i KttlTOBY OP HAWAII, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24 1901.
Voii. XL No. 2027.
PltlOE 5 Cl.NTH.
From 9. F.
Peru Doc. 26
For 3. F.
Alameda Dec. 24
Peking Dec. 27
Moans ...Jan. 15
1 For 8ydney.
Mlowcra Dec. 21
CAPTAIN HERR1HAN TAKES
CHINESE. DENTIST BACK
Is An American Citizen But Cannot
Prove It-Can He Land in
Captain Herrlman of the steamer
Alameda Is a very much worried man
today. Ills trouble is all on account of
the presence aboard the ship of a
steerage passenger, Harry Hong, who
urnvea in me steamer irom aan r ran-
Hong Is a Chinese who claims to bd
an American citizen, born In Califor
nia. He Is a dentist and came here to
practice his profession. Ho has been
educated In English and was a worker
In the Methodist Mission In San Fran
clsco where he has lived nearly all hla
life. On arrival here, he went ashoro
with the other passengers and, after
ho had departed, tho ship's oMlccrs
were notified by the Customs authori
ties that they had committed a breach
of the law In allowing him to land
without first seeing the Immigration
officials at this port. This made tho
ship liable to a fine of $300 which, by
the regulation, the captain has to pay.
Tho Chinese was found nnd taken
aboard the steamer again, where Hie Is
confined and will be taken back to
San Francisco. .Vow Captain Herrl
man Is worrying nbout getting hlin orf
the boat In San Fmnclsco, as tho regu
lation which keefs him from landing
ItV 'ML It YKiotiaht,- kece Mm
awuaru Hi AMWe.it " " &'"??
Francisco Tho captain does ftol I now
but that ho has a mnn aboard tho
steimer who Is without a country nnd
who will hnvo to remain aboard for his
. natural llfo unless tho Alameda should
'chance to go to n foreign port.
' Before Hong left Snn Trnnclsco. ho
obtained an nflldavk signed by two
citizens that they knew of their own
knowledge that the man was n citizen
of tho United States and a resident of
San Francisco. The affidavit was not
properly acknowledged by the Collec
tor of Customs In San Francisco, how
over, and so the Immigration Com
missioner here, acting under Instruc
tions from tho Secretary of the Treas
ury, refused to allow tho man to land.
So strict Is the Treasury Depart
ment In Its dealings with Chinese even
If they be citizens of the United States,
that they must hnvo white citizens of
good standing vouch for them In near
ly every Instance. The Chinese are the
only people In the United States who
are so discriminated against as a class
and, as a rule, the methods used are
considered harsh, even by the men en
Captain Hcrrltiian, who Is a shlpmas
ter of many years experience, Is of the
opinion that, In the land of the free,
there are many restrictions on personal
liberty than In any other country In tho
world wlhch does not make a boast of
Its freedom. He cannot understand
bow It Is that now Hawaii Is a part of
tho United States, a citizen of tho coun
try cannot go or como as ho pleases
without accounting for himself to the
authorities before he leaves one place
nnd after he lands at another
tho Director of the Mint, when more
than a year has elapsed since the dato
There waB to have been a game of
baseball between the Police team and
a nine from the 15th Cavalry (cham
pions of the Presidio) this afternoon
but, the weather has precluded all pos
sibility of such an event.
The polo game set for Christmas day
has been postponed on account of tho
weather. The match between the Reds
and Blues will take place on New
Vear'a day. .
At MaklI adjoining the
large grounds Gerrlt P. Wilder
For comfort, convenience and
sightliness! two toilet rooms
In the house
An Inspection of this new
house, b irn, lot and surround
ings will convince you that It
Is among the best "buys" In
Dr. C. B. Wood reported at the police
station this morning that someone en
tered his office on Deretanla street last
night nnd carried away a sum of money
In the neighborhood of $20. High
Sheriff Drown went up to Investigate
and found traces of the visit of an old
acquaintance of the police, a man who
usually goes barefooted ' when ho
prowls about at night.
The entrance to Dr. Wood's office
was made through the back entrance.
The roller1 top desk was pried opeft
Nothing was found in tho upper part
but the robber evidently suspected
there was some money In the middle
drawer. Consequently, ho cut through
the lower part with some sharp in
strument. As luck would have It, the
robber hit Just the spot where th
money was placed and the coin just
naturally fell into his hands.
Feeling satisfied with his work, thb
robber walked Into the next room and
helped himself to about threo dozen of
Dr. Wood's cigars. This was the un
kindest cut of all. It would not have
mattered If only the money had been
takeri but the theft of the fragrant
weeds aroused the doctor's Ire and he
hastened to the police station to ob
tain the services of the police.
BOTH SIDES EXHAUST
ALL THEIR CHALLENQES
Trial of Honolulu Plantation Com
pany's Case Adjourned Till Thurs
day Morning New Jurors
The empaneling of a Jur.. try tlm
condemnation suit of the V .Itud Stutrs
rgalnst Honolulu Plantation Cc-Mpany
was cxpedltloutly concluded .'.'Uiyr
the proceedings were as below:
. IS. Tripp was called and nassed
C. Notlcy was challenged by the gov.
crnrr.cn t ami J. J. Locker being called
was inbscd for cause.
J. D. Avery was challenged by the
defendant nnd J. M. Sims was called
only to bo excused by tho Court, ho
having been n bookkeeper for defen
dant and lu.il a quarrel with his Job.
E. L. Marshall was called but had an
jpihlon that would rcqulro evidence
to remove. G, W. Paget was called
and pi.sse-d for cause. All challenges
having been exhausted, tho jury was
row complete as follows:
C. E. Murray, J. II. Love, C. II. Ram
sey, K. B. Porter, Otto'Blerbach, W.
J. Hlckcy, C. V. Sturdevant, E. Buff
endeau, L. F. Prescott, A. N. Tripp, J.
J. decker and a. W. Paget
Tho jury was sworn and the court
adjourned until Thursday morning at
Marshal Hendry had by this morn
ing secured sixteen Jurors out of the
special venlro of twenty ordered yes
terday afternoon. Those not engaged
on the present trial will be on waiting
orders for the rest of the term.
CUBANS WANT D1Y
"Washington, Dec. 15. Fidel O. PI
terra, commissioner for the coalition
of political parties of Cuba In favor of
the Presidential candidate, General
Bartolome Maso, has been accorded
an Interview by tho Secretary of War.
Pirrera presented to tho Secre
tary a memorial to General Wood by
General Euseblo Hernandez, president
of the United Democratic party anil
chairman' of tho executive committee
of the Maso electoral coalition, com
posed of the National, the Indepen
dent, the Republican and United Dem
ocratic parties and the Independent
In laying the memorial before the
Secretary Plrerra submitted a state
ment signed by himself explaining the
political conditions existing In Cuba
and urging that the election be defer
red until January 31, 1902, in order
that certain alleged illegal and de
fective acts of the central board of
canvassers may be remedied. He
bases tills request upon the assertion
that the members of this board are
candidates for office and members of
Senor Palma's executive campaign
committee. Having direct charge of
the coming general election tho board,
ho asserts, had Issued orders and In
structions materially cnanglng the
provisions of the election law,
Plrerra further charges a number
of Illegal acts by the board, which,
ho avers, aro calculated to deprive
General Maso of Ills rights. "Through
these and, ninny other Illegalities," he
says, "a condition of things has been
created which renders it Imposslbla
to hold a fair and honest election."
"How's your circulation?" asked the
physician as ho laid his fingers in the
pulso of tho sick editor.
"Well, I wouldn't tell overybody,
doc," replied tho editor, confidentially,
"but we guarantee 2000 subscribes,
nnd havo half that many," Ohio Stnte
Tomorrow is the happy Christmas-
time, when tho Giver of every good noon nt 3: 30. Pastor W. ' fray makes
nnd perfect gilt came among men to the following announc V m.;: Mitt
scatter the seeds of kindness which woch 11 Uhr Fcst Goljleust, 6
have spread to tho four corners of tho Uhr I.lturglscho Fcltr ' Sonntag
earth and which hove come down to schtilo zy clcr die ganzo (I "jV'nde will-
the present uay, inougn inousanus oi
yenrs nave rolled away.
It Is tho tlmo when, In Christendom,
the peoples of various colors and of
various speech come together for com
munion at tho shrlno of kindly
thought when tho heart opens to tho
ull-pervadliig spirit of good-will when
petty strife.! 'old aside and tho mor o
generous Impulses hold sway.
In Hawaii, Christmas means "fully
as much as It docs In tho countries
wh6rc now tho snow Is falling In prep
aration for tho reception of Krlss
Krlngcl, and In thousands of Hawaiian
homes today, the little packages nrn
being carefully wrapped up and stow
ed away, ready for the early surprises
of tomorrow morning, when ono must
give or be totally lost to tho compelling
spirit of tho day.
With Christianity in Hawaii ncl has
come the celebration of Christmas with
all its attendant thoughts and Im
pulses, and Hawatlans today feel just
what was felt when first the day was
In tho morning there will bo ser
vices In comcmmuratlon of tho day,
In tho various churches of the city. In
tho afternoon there will bo the don
ning of holiday attlro nnd the devotion
of a number of hours to pleasant rec
reation. In the evening there will be
the gatherings about tho festlvo
boaids nnd the How of speech nnd mu
sic in happy strains Then tho night,
tho dawn and the workaday world
In Places of Worship.
St. Andrew's Catheural (Second Con
vention), 0:3(1 o'clock. Special mU'
by tho choir, followed by tho tele,
tloii of the holy communion, dur-
-AlT1rjWnicih "ijTi'filifiM tW
organ, ino program or music uy ma
ciioir win oo as rollowa:
Trio, Hymn or tho Nativity
Violin, Piano and Organ.
Carol, It Cnmo Upon the Midnight
Solo by Mrs, E. D. Tcnnoy.
To Deum In C for Mnlo Voices... Dow
Solos by .Mr. CHtTord Kimball.
Jubilate In D Warren
Solo by Mrs. C. B. Cooper.
Anthem from "The Nativity"
Tenor recitative by Arthur C.
"Wall; bass solo by T. Cllvo Da
vies; harp accompaniment on
piano by Mr. ,J. Tarn McGrcw.
Hymn, O Como All Yo Faithful
Hymn, Hark, the Hernia Angels Sing
Organist und Director Wray Taylor
The first celebration oi tho holy com
munion un Christmas Day at St. An
drew's Cathedral will take placo at
twenty minutes past five In the morn
ing, tlie Rev. Alex. Mackintosh ofil
clatlng. Morning prayer will begin at
St. Andrew's Cathedral Christmas
Evo, 7:30 p. m.. evensong, choral;
Christmas Day, 6, holy communion: 7,
choral celebration; 11, mattlns and
sermon (preacher, Tho Rt. Rov. tho
Bishop); 3:30 p. m.. pulcahlahl; 7:30
p. m., evensong and sermon (preacher,
Tho Rov. F. Fltz).
St. Clement's Cnapel Celebration at
7 a. in. and morning prayer and cele
bration nt 10:30 a. m. Music will hn
tho special feat tiro of this last service.
Catholic Church of St. John the Bap
tist, Kallhl-wacna 4 a. ni low mass,
with holy communion; -1:30 a. ru., high
mass, tho choir of Moanalua Catholic
Church joining tho choir of tho Cath
olic Church of Kallhl-wacna, to sing
tho "Kyric," gloria credo, snnctus and
ngnus, fiom tho Twelfth Mass of Mo
zart. with tho "Alma" oi Webbc. and
some Noel 800gS before and after
mass. All tbo music will bo rendered
undor the leadership of J. II. van GIo
sen. organist and vocalist, assisted by
F. Decker Jr., as a violinist. A ser
mon on "The Nativity of Our Lord,"
in English, Portuguese and Hawaiian,
will be given. A collection for tho ex
penses of the church will bo taken up.
Catholic Church of the Sacred
Heart, Marquesvllle, Punahou High
mass at 8 a. m., with sormon In Eng
lish, Portuguese nnd Hawaiian on
"The. Nativity of Our Lord." Thero
will be a collection for the expense. ,
of the church.
German Lutheran Church Christ
mas services at tho Deutsche Evangc-
nut.A L-ii.n ...in i u 1 1 T -L
"l1 ,, ZlLl he'd tomorrow
morning at 11 o clock. Sunday school
iv-a-?avy-?y-i-fa-fa-v!-?a fafav-afaar, TJi,a-?a-?aa-rer--,arJ-y-fif it'
,M. D. Monsarrat, surveyor, has Is
sued a new map of Honolulu. On a
scale of 1000 feet to tho Inch, It takes
In tho city and subuibs from Wnlalao
on the east to Knhaulkl on tho west
nnd fiom the mountain tops on the
north to tho ocean and hnrbor fronts
on tho south. Sepnrnto maps of the
Hawaiian Islands. Pearl Huibor nnd
the island of Oahti aro Inserted In the
lower left hand coi ner.
The map Is veiy complete. It gives
the names of many proprietors In town
and tho subuibs. The new residence
tracts areMalil down, with names of
btlects where they, have been given,
All loads and ponds appear, alfo rlru
patches, Honolulu and Pearl harbors
IN CITY 9F HONOLULU
scrvlco will be held tom.7ft.w after
In the Atternoi,v.
There will bo no polo Mine at Kn
plolanl Park. Already tho grounds
have become a pond. However, tho
band will play In Thomas Square and.
If tho deathcr Is good, noople may
Unci their pleasure there. Tho follow
ing program has been a 'ranged by
Captain Bcrger, the mus c to begin
at 3 o'clock sharp:
Overture. "Fcstlvni" Bach
Finale, 'Lucia" Donizetti
Grand Selection, "Fnust" Gouuod
Ko Aloha Ihlki nt"
Miss J. Kcllla ,
Ho Inoa no Wat ,.'1
Nanl Halll "b I ',.. Lchtia"..
.Mrs. N. Alapa. '
Cornet Solo, "Eleanor 'oll. ,"
Mr. Charles lrei- r
Waltz, "Tho Wandering
' . ..Ludcril
"The Star Spangltd
Y. M. C. A., Dlnm .
There will be h -jlnrn'r to uoung men
In tho Young Muii'd Christ' in Associa
tion at I o'clock, 'it- 11. . ient will be
till) toastmaster. Tln-ru will be som)
lltiu music. Tho cllnnnr Is not for
members atone, but foi any ouw:
men who wish to tnko vantage of
tlio opportunity nffriMl. Vim moder
ate sum or eovei ty ilv i 'I will bo
charged, each m. part A n thti
dinner, and Secretary Br k especial
ly r ' tl'U. i .Hng to
luk-riTftift hand IT.- tliolr .Jl. toi'&y,
in order that thvio may bo iin inlsrnl
dilation In tho mutter of ri-ovldlng
food. If any young man nwny from
homo feeds n llttlo lonely, tho Y. M.
C. A. is tho placo where It Is pusslblo
lor mm to gain comfort. 'Jno jonng
men or tho ntsoclatlon nro 'always o i
bund Christmas Dav to extend tho
right hand of fellowship.
Kamollllll Christmas Tree.
Tho Kamollllll Suntiav School will
cciclirato their ChrlBtmas trco tomor-,"ro.
row at tho church, commenclne at
Thu following program will
UUUUl SluO OCIOCK.
Haku Ao Nanl Tlio Sunday school children of the
By tho Children Cliilstlan Church had a good tlmo In
Mr. David Al, tlio parkin ot tho church last evening.
.By Kamollllll Quartet There weio gamea and music In nbuu
..Hon. E. K. Ltllkalanl clanco nnd then Mother Gooso uppenr-
By tho Children cd on tho scene, distributing gifts and
By Kamollllll Quartet candy to tho children. Tho affair was
Ohos. K. Ijiko m charge of tho following committed
By tho Children, ot ludles of tho Sunday school: Mrs
11. Address Mr. Philip Nnone
12. Song........ By Kamollllll Quartet
13 Closing Song Hokit Ao Nanl
Presents will bo given to the chil
dren after the program Is over. Tho
whole entertainment will bo under the
dliectlon of Mrs. M. Wilcox, David Al.
Mr. Hoeca and Philip Naone. It will
bo tho first Christmas treo festival
slnco tho rebuilding of tho old chapel.
As has been tho custom for yenrs
past, there will bo a luau to tho nollto
at tho noon hour tomorrow. The re
past will be served up In tho Quarters
of tho police abovo tho patrol wagon
loom. Captain Robert Parker was
mum. 1,1111111111 uuut-n I'urKur was
down tlio road yesterday and brought
homo with him tho pigs ami other food
for the fpnt ,
fur tho f..n.. i
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At Insane Asylum.
Dr. Malstcr. superintendent of tho
Insane Asylum, Is making arrange
ments for a Christmas dinner for the
Inmates of that Institution. Dr. Mnl
tor 'wishes to notify tho public that .
of food for tho ,HoV will rmd "th.
L Vh.nvMl .n".?' m0,".'1''
liim. Those anxious to aid Dr. Mnlster
lor tho patients will confer a favor by
communicating with tho superintend-'
J. no passengers aboard tho steamer
Alnmnitn Will fnrn Wnll nn nhwlatn.nn
Day If tho menu provided for tho din.
ncr Is any criterion. Steward Clark
and his assistants and the chef aro
going 10 -uo tncmseivcs proud" In tho
preparation of tho feaat'whlch will be
i' - '. -v - " - "..... nm uo
spread. Tho menu arranged for Is as
have their soundings placed In order.
Large buildings, cemeteries, etc., are
Mr. Monsarrnt's former map, which
has been outgrown by the development
of tho city, was the best one of Honolu
lu over Issued. Tho new edition holds
similar rank. It Is photollthogrnphed
by tho .Mutual Label & Llthogiaphlc
Co., San Francisco, nnd cop) righted
by tho ntithor, Tho map is no less
Indispensable In every business ofllco
than tho latest dlreclory nnd would
bo found useful In every homo.
The next UvprcHH Htcmncp to the
Count will he the
ALAMEDA, DEC, 24',
Ship your piickiiiVeH hy
WELLS, FARGO & CO, EXPRESS
with Union Express Co, 120 Kino St.
Caviar on Toast. Sliced Tomatoes.
Raw Oysters. l-lmolas.
Orcen Turtle, Consommo Royal.
Baked Salmon Vln nil Btanc.
Boiled Chicken. Cifper Sauce.
Mutton, Caper Sauce.
Corned Beef nnu Cabbage.
Ox Tongue. Tnra Tops.
Braized Pigeons, Truffle Sauce,
Escaltopcd Crabs atl Gratln.
Fillets of veal Larded.
Queen Fritters with' Jelly Sauce.
Curried 1-nlnb'Tind ,vlcc.
Prima Ribs of m-u. Custom Pudding.
Truffled Turkey, Cranberry Sauce.
Saddle of Lamb, J ranch Pens.
Baked Ham, Chnmpngno Sauce.
Potatoes Boiled, Mashed a la Cream.
Asparagus. Fried Egg Plants.
Plum Pudding. Brandy and Hard Sauce
Lemon, Custard, Appln, Mince Pies,
Florentine Ornnme'iite'd Fruitcakes.
Lady Flngeis. Cream putts,
Bavarian Croam nnd Peaches.
Watermelons. Pineapples. Grapes.
Oranges. Apples. Dates. Figs.
Raltdns. Nuts Assorted,
California. Swiss and Roguenot Cheese
Vanilla Ico Cream.
Random Christmas Notes.
Judge Ilumphroja will nllu.v tin.
clcrl.B ot the First Circuit Couit two
ur three days' holiday to Clirlptuus
l.ti,:li.-i. i-i:-aWiia3.wT.' ly VSaft
i iiv i.miwuuu;- vAtruvva lor lilt Ju
pits of tho Chinese) Mlsaldu Selioola
will bo held ot tho C'hlneao Church un
11'yrt fctictt this ovenliig commencing
1U V OCIOCK. All IHCUUB OC tile .MIS
blon aro eoidlally Invited to attend.
,.'" ", ""? T', "l C,Sm cu"
''p". "nd 'iwpr of grownup peo
in tlio neighborhood of eighty ihil-
" ,M t'mo a Hlc".10.nt
jiiu.vi IUl UlVJllUb. W O JW UCIUClv
theio was a short service In the chap-
el. singing being tho principal feat
Aiicr mo service tlicro was a
. Christmas treo entertainment on tho
lawn. Tho entertainment lasted until
u. .MUCKIcy. chairman: M sb Anns
Gardner, Miss Edith Perkins and Mrs.
There will bo special services In Cen
tral Union Church tomcr.-i vv mf.rnini
at 11 o'clock. Rov. W M. Klucnld
will preach. A special program of mu
tic hat been arrunctd.
. There will bo tho regular -vi.-
i. inn laiuoiic waineurai tomorrow
Tho Christmas cantata by about for
ty cUMren of Central Union Church
took placo In tho church last evening.
ir. .vicuonaiii was in charge. Tho
occasion was very much enjoyed. Alt
cr ino cnnintn cnmo tlio distribution
nf t..an.,f t in,
?''''? "'f,,, "'.V1',"!;"
" " L foT! c"e'"t of other Sui
fccliools, day nurseries, missionary
""iuuib, ciny niirseriCB, missionary aud
nMir m,,nnn. ... ,1. I,,-..I t
...x. i.,uavB ui U1U Itlllll. ilfiri'Bll
ments were served. Thero wero In the
neighborhood of eight hundred people
I'lencm hi ino icBUVItles.
Tho Portugiicso children, with a few
otherH, nt Pearl City Peninsula were
Biven a Christmas tfco entertainment
gSe'f'e" iM "Viuy 'r or
hnnn' "It" eood things to eat and
, phiythlncs to carrv nw-nv
. ? good "cheer Kent on tbo
'waterfront ln vmr nt rhiiutmn.
Smo Horklnr AS'r. Ct E
great quiet present and tho gifts which
IWOm tncwlf. 1,1 finifitnvnfu I'nnnrnlli nh,
ronsplcuotis by tnelr absence.
fn .u r. . ii.hi
stnnmnr. win i, . fm nrt to.
morrow and their crow's will nrohal.lv
find their own enjoyment wherever
they happen to be. Last yenr all tho
boats were presented with turkeys or
uuuitt wt-ru iiri-Heineci wnn iurKes ui
nigs and Christmas cheer was plcnti
Tho Hawaiian Annual, published by
Thus. G. Thrum, has been Issued for
tho car 1902. The Annual Is repleto
witli tho usual valuable statistical In
formation revised up to date. An ad
dition this year In the statistical lino
U the tomplcte and coriccted returns
of the first general election under the
Territorial foim of government.
Tlio lcadlni; article of tho Annual Is
an historical sketch of tho house, of
liackfcld & Co., with lllustrutlont
Hhnwlng tho rapid and very Eolld
pingtcfii of this Important business
hoiibo. 1'iof, II. V,'. Heushaw recently
with tho Sniltl'sniilnn Infctltuto con
tl Unites, a "Complete List ot the Bird
of the Hawaiian Possessions, with
Notes on Their Habits." Josephine E.
TUden writes on the Algno of'the Isl
ands. "Alal, Son of Ku-ula," Is the
title ot a continuation of n Hawaiian
legend trnuslntcd by S. N. Emerson.
Hon. A. S. Clcghorn reviews the club
life of Honolulu In nn interesting man
ner. The plans of the Federal Agricul
tural Station arc dealt with by T. T.
Sedgwick, assistant to Director Jarcd
Smith. W. R. Farrlngton contributes
an article on Wireless Telegraphy.
The "New Era of Building In Hono
lulu," Is the title of nn Illustrated
article by W. E. I'lnkhnm, showing the
remarkable Voarcss jn, tho construc
tion ot tnodcrr buildings In Honolulu
"Hawaiian uai.i'iasne-s," "rrourcss oi
the Hllo Railroad." "Laws Passed at
tho First Legislature of the Territory
of Hawaii, 1901" all furnlii. valuable
nl Interesting" '"formation'.
Ic the "Rtro;.i. t for litOl" the edl
tor of the Annual plainly shows hi
political prejudices, which might pos
sibly be expected of an appointee of the
Governor. He can sec nothing good In
Three of tho Quintet Club boys
Show, Ben Jones nnd one other
hnvo for the Const In tho Alameda
thin afternoon. Solomon Hiram finds
it Impossible to leave. The uoys have
been sent for by Prince David Knwa
iisnakoa und they are to play Hawaii
an music at the birthday party of Miss
Abigail Campbell. daiiKhter of the Into
James Campbell, In San Francisco.
THAT CLERKS SAW IN
CITY DRY GOODS STORE
Deputy Sheriff Chilliugworlh Hunts
Down Man That Was Said
to be an Ab
sconder. Fleishman, the nbucon'' r from Los
(niieles. was the hiibjca t much ta ..
uu thu streets yei -rdnvtiFty: tta-.pt'ws
Mcfrl n'.r.v it i -ii- J Mf Mil
lauy, b seen in a ury Koods score of
un- uiiy Biiuveiing out ank noies oil
a Los Angclis bonk Wmt made tho
The atoiy spread likb wildfire. Ye,
the mnn was tall, ho had certain kind
of e-yes nnd he rcnlly could not help
being most polite to tho lady derkM.
Yes, lits volco was soft and musical
and theio was a charm of manner
about hlirTthnt was beyond tho power
oi any joung lauy to wiuistinu. In
every particular, tho man tallied with
tho llcscilptlon sent by tho police of
Los Angeles to tho authorities hero.
Tho bank notes cinched tho whole
thing. Surely this must bo tho man
who disappeared with $100,000.
The matter got to police hendqunr
ters and Deputy Shcrllt Chllllngworth
started out on n still hunt. Ho went
to tlio storo In which tho mnn had
last beeu seen and then kept on tbo
trail. When ho caught up with tlm
reckless distributor of Los Angeles
bank notes, ho nearly fell In n lit of
laughter. The man wns Indeed a re
cent nrrivnl from the Coast but he wan
duly registered at one of tho hotels
with his wife. In not one respect did
he resemble the Los Angeles abscond
er, ami i lie notes which no had were
on a bank other than the ono fiom
wlltch Fleishmans stole the money.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers pickdgos to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards, Try them. Phone Blue (21.
Packages shipped 'o
all parts ot tho United
States and Europe.
Office, 1047 Bethel St,
opposite Honolulu Market.
OPEN EVENING6 UNTIL 10 P. M.
A Christmas Joy ejfc
To tho person who gets a pair ot our comfort slippers. No mora
appreciated gilt could bo received than a pair ot these soft and
FOR LADIES, wo havo an unusually handsomo assortment, In
prices ranging from $1.50 to $7.50, nnd It It's slippers you want we
surely havu tho right kind.
FOR GENtLEMEN, our stock Is unequalled In variety and ele
gance, mid If there is anything a man enjoys it is the comfort of
a pair or slippers.
LIZARD SKINS, MONroEY SKINS,
SEAL 8KINS, WINE KIDS, DONGO
LA KIDS, ETC,, ETC., ElC, : : : :
They nro handsomely mado nnd nro good wearers.
PRICE $1.50 TO $5.00.
'Manufacturers Shoe Store
Catton Brothers Co.
Wants to Purchase
WAIKIKI ROAD PRIVILEGE
FOR RAPID TRANSIT LINE
No Appropriation to Rebuild a Trail
in PunaDid Not Know
Was Home. A.
J. II. Boyd. 'Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, submitted to the Governor's
council this morning a notice from A.
J, Cnffrn that he was ready to distal
the Honolulu police telegraph alarm
svstem. Owing to the absence ot
Treasurer Wright, no action wns taken.
A request wns received from the Ho
nolulu Rapid Transit & Land Company
for permission to run its line down
Walkikl road from the Junction with
John Enn's road.. There was no objec
tion utered nt the council board.
Catton Brothers Company wnnted to
buy the old Bcoop-dredge. It was re
vommended that It ho sold and Super
intendent Ho) d nwntts an offer ot price
from the firm named.
O. D, Supo wrote from Puna com
plaining that the government trail
through his land was washed nut and
.isKllii' for a new trail to be made. As
there Is no appropriation for the pur-
pnsc there will be no new government
Superintendent Boyd was going to
hav something done about tho lm
piowiiuut of Kcwalo's sanitary condi
tion, but nctlon -was deferred on nc
itumt of the absence of tl.o Treasurer.
Meantime.- Treasurer Wright wan
di wtihtairs tn his onieO. l)tft neither his
i o.lfngu. h imi tlio Gnvinmknvnl'.ibi
he had I e turned fiuri'itau&LA
Mr. Boyd said after the meeting that
tho proposed effort nt reforming K"
wolo 1 nd nothing to do with the Board
of Health's recent discussions. The
work 'voulcl have been done long ago
but fcr lack of funds.
YUNG LU HONORED
Peking, Dec. 11. An edict has ap
peared which bestows honors upon tho
Into LI Hung Chang nnd upon Prince
Chlng and other ofilclals for their par
ticipation in the peace negotiations. A
most remarkable clause awards Yun-s
I.u (who commanded tho best discip
lined troops which opposed tho allies)
the two-eyed peacock feather, for hav
ing protected foreigners against tho
It was announced from Shanghai
Jato In August, 1000, that, according tn
written evidenco which wns then com
ing to hand, General Yung Lu was tho
real author of the anti-foreign out
breaks In Peking nnd Tien Tsln. Yung1
Lu, who Is a Mnnchu, was formerly
Viceroy of Pcchlll nnd generalissimo of
Iho Chinese army. At the tlmo of the
Empress Dowager's coup d'etat Yung
I.u saved tho life of tho Emperor,
Kwang Su. The rapid rise of Yung
Lu to power Is unprecedented In Chi
nese history. In four years he rose
from a small military command to the
nisot important vicerovBhlp and the
highest military command In e em
pire. Yung Lu wns the Chlneso Im
perial Treasurer at tho tlmo of tho
Boxer outbreak. He was appointed a
Peace Commissioner In September,
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and we will call. We havo men that
know their business tor that purpose.