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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. SATURDAY. MARCH 8. 1902.
Situation unci Help Wanted
WANTED Capable young man de-
t.lpffta AlAIAnl tndltlnn lntiltfl t fttlj
h .1 .-..! t.n.ili Ix.aoao l.lilrnsa '
O, Bulletin office. 2089-lw
YOUNG man, oxpcrlcneefl bookkeeper
or salesman, desires sliiiatlon; best
references, t . -.. tills office.
WANTED Uy Japanese boy. position
as salesman. Address S , tills offlco.
ANTED Position as drler. Ail
ilrcus U.. this office, 2QSS-lw
WANTED Coaelimnn; thoroughly un
dcrtdinds care of horses; well rec
ommended; wants position In pri
vate family. Address X. .'A, this
WANTED Position by first-class
American ttmom. City references.
Address F this office.
WANTED Position by man now
traveling dry goods and hats In
Island trade; similar position, or
will consider another line; good
mure for desiring chance; refer
ence. Address. Drummer, llullctln
olB- .usd-iw I
, . ,
Ads In this column will be inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per lint, two Insertions. .. 25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per lint, two weeks 40c
Per line, ont month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
rvsr offered the people of Honolulu.
BOVvEfWMERCHANT PATROL AND FOR SALE
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night) half price,
uvtchmen furnished for buildings, i
titmnes property and residences
Office end .Residence. School St.
1 O. lkix JM, Tel. White 3C91.
LET US DO your hookecplng and
make junr collections. Satisfaction
inarautecd. Bonds given as secur
ity. C E. MOORE & CO., 10 Mclll
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
Jo any nmonnt tor the man holding
position ns guardian, postofflce offi
cial or any oilier position of trust, j
Hojigltilti Investment Co. 2051-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOR
WANTED Board and rooms lor gen
tleman and two children, girls. 7
ud 9: near towu: Rive full partlcu
lam add price. 1.. It. r. Bulletin
WANTED Eierybody to know that
the Cnnton Marine Insuranco Co.
office Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTED 500 men to shave for 16c.
Jell's. 4J King St.; five white bar
TO LET Five-room cottage. Makl
M St. near Wilder Ave. Enquire
next door of J. Oudcrklrk 2086-lw
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.; '
six rooms; modern improvements;
U7.t'. Honolulu Investment Co.,
Judd EId. " 2072-tf
0 LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gl or en Biilte, first-class table
hoard, lot nnd cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Beretania St.
P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney,
Notary Public; marriage licenses.
Koota 11, Magoon Bldg.
T. M. BROOKS Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckela bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
nnniaan St : Tel. i81 Mala
M. DAVIDSON-Attorney-at-Lnw, I
t9 Kaahnmanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attomey-at-law;
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4. Sprtckels bldg.
C A. COWAN 1186 Union St., opp.
Pacific Clnb: sundries, etc.
McOONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders; 11&8 Union St.
N. K. OTSUKA Contractor and build
er, carpenters and masons; excavat-i
Inc. Milne and curblne: stonn an,l
brick; ballasting nnd cement walks;'!: "' '
Jloom 4, Arlington Hotel; Tel. Main .
371. -.iiu HORSESHOEING.
"HE HASH CO,
LTD. 1 wo storei If"
St-ri Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel,
PACIFIC VEHICLE1 A SUPPLY CO.t
hug va.i.uba, nu&uuo, Harness
nnd Tvhlps; lleretanla near Fort St. I
ELkS BUILDING, G1C Miller 'Street.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able. Itoom 10 Mclntyre llock.
OR. ALBERT E. NICH-S Dentist;
1S Alakea St.; office hours, 9 to 4.
OR. DERBY Fort and Hotel SU.; gas
mlBlnlntered. painless extracting.
. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil ond
electrical engineer: officii, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3141 Blue.
Ads. will be Inserted FREE.
-IBOY WANTED Apply Georgo Haft
nei Masonic Temnlc. 3-lxS.lw
TO LET Elegant double parlors. 1225
Bcictnnln. cor. Kccnumoku.
TO LET Furnished rooms; mosquito
proof, suite, with kitchen. 45 N.
Vineyard after 2 p. m. 2(189 lw
TO LET Seven-room house, etc.,
Fort St. near Vineyard; rent $3(1.
pply 531 Nuuantt St. 2087-lw
TO LET Cottages off i. ,'hool St. nr.
Nuuanu, $15 and $17. On Insane
Asylum road. $12.60 and $6.60. I.
E, It. Strauch, 32 Campbell block,
316 Kort t. 2051-2m
"O LET Ho room cottngo off Wal
Mill road between Hopkins and
Illshep switch. Immedlato posses
sion, Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 2064-tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConneVs. Garden lane. 2055-tf
TO LETRoomT bath tub wltn ellher
hot or cold water anu nil modern
Improvements. Tall at Silent Bar-
Der shon. 201B-tf
FOR LEASE Two-story bouse, 12
rooms, Union street. Possession
given April 1st. Apply 1151 Union
New upright plnnp nt
Address C, this office.
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for seven-room
house, in lots to suit; leav
ing city; no reasonable offer refus
ed. Call third house from Alapal on
Klnau. , 2081-tf
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow: Just
calved. Apply to Lewis & Co.
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, also
very oiu caiauisnes, some unpolish
ed. Address Z this office. 4s tf
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; horse
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. B., Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad-
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT, nlso residence J.
Stelner. Adams lane. Is open na a
first class rooming house, airy and
mosquito proof. Board If desired.
Mrs. J. Duggan.
THE LOS ANGELE8 1523 Fort St.:
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms rearnnable. 1930-tf
LOST .Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In-
.'ES ?ro ZfiVr,' '"I l,'h.C
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
FOUND A bay houe.
Enquire 1 VI 1
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel SL. opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and dol'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago express
and draage; Tel. White 921.
W:,"A.K?KN,rC:a "'Braving and
stamping.' renm 2. i...ie bldg.
POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,
I. O. O. F. meets first and third Fil
day of each month Excelsior Ifall.1
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In the month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kuliul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
GOEAS Beretania near Emma
Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. 8ALTER Successor lo Salter &
TIT. It. A T. ri r-t . ..
S".ni """ Dt- "rpneum oik.;
.CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon-
I aid. Fort St., opp. Club StableB.
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Mam 228, P. O.
wn.irmim nnn ua onur r on
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O, box 791.
TH08, LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler nnd
watchmaker: 630 Fort 8t.; Love
bldgi; latest'ln novelties
nt the PANTHEON SALOON.
SL nr. Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLOR8
The latest In millinery, etc.: Doston
bldg.; Tel. 2C Main.
ANNI3 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1021 Hereto
ELLI8' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished: MetropolG Ho
tel, room 12, Alakca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ment8: studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort SL
BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Itep. Ame
rlcnn Mnnf's. lloom S Progress 'ilk.,
Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGQETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thont; olllco nt Eyo and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakca St. Hours 9 a, m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRCD. W. HODQINO Eye. Ear,
Nose and Throat only; office Alakca
8t., lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
ofHco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MaeKAY, M.D., CM.
-620 rtcretnnla Ave; Tel. Blue 3561.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
lleretanla Ave.; Tel. Bluo 821.
ANTONE PILARE3 & CO. PlnmberB
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANQER.
V, H. POULSEN fainting nnd paper
hanging; Territory Stables. King at.
REAL ESTA I E.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lota and
residences for sale; 307 Stangcn
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. O. SI LV A Agent for real estate,
also to grant marrlago licenses;
58 Merchnnt St.; Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
rignt. try it. t me PANTHEC
STENOGRAPHY and typewriting neat
ly anu accurately done at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu-
uanti. Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; KlKft bldg., tilG Miller St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant 8t
HEAR ADMIRAL COOPER.
Washington Feb. 19 Captain Phil
ip II. Cooper was today appointed Hear
Admiral by the President
Captain Cooper graduated from the
Naval Academy In 1S03, n year ahead
of the expiration of his term, to nllow
him to engage nctlvcly In the Civil
War. He sened gallantly through the
entlie war, and at Ita conclusions was
assigned to n number of Important
posts. He hern me Captain In 1S91. nnd
from 1S91 In 1S98 he was Superlnten
dent of the Nnvnl Acndcmy. For a jenr
thereafter lie was In command of the
''! CMc.go. when he was assigned
tIle ew battlestilp Iowa.
I The English people may be tired of
the war. but It is the British Govern-
ment that Is playing the game; and the
British flovcrnment says not yet.
SALE OF LEA8E OF GOVERN
MENT LOT SITUATE AT KAI
LUA, NORTH KONA, HAWAII.
un sntuniay, April 5th, 1902, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of the Capitol (Executive Building),
wi.l be sold nt public auction the kase
of the premises known ns Kamakaho
nu, near the sea beach, situate dt Kat
lua. North Kona, Hawaii, nnd contain
ing an area of 7-1U of an acre, a little
more or less.
The Government reserving the
privilege of taking upon CO days notlco
for the purpose of public Impiovomcnt
the strip of shoio line extending at
a right anglo fiom the end of the Gov
ernment wharf at Ivnllua, along 'the
waterfront of said lot.
Teim I.oabe for Flvo Years, per
mission given June Sth, 1902.
I'pset Itcntnl $230 per annum, pay
able semi-annually In advance,
JAMES H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Office of Superintendent of Public
Works, March 5th, 1902. 2088-
Luke F. LeBlond,
Chis. M. LeBlond
ALL COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AT
OFFICK Seveiance Hulldlng.
TEL, H4. HII.O, HAWAII.
-w.maifwruun .i rtnnMiinni,:
lit ttmnoontrated Droua
MU U UM But UkUcIm fat
MHEHIA, POORNESS UF BLOOI
LOIS OF COLOUR.
bj Ih. Ludloi rbrtltlu
lit) fsUitr Tttli tut Smt
I Owl o( CtmlHtu.
Du mat UUtim tU TmA
Boon brlnji buk
WtolvUi 1,0. rfm UhTHU. Palis.
The blood Is the source of strength.
If yon arc weak you need a medtclno
to toni up your stomach and make
plenty of rich red blood. Tho medi
cine id do this Is Hostcttor's Bitters.
It will not shock tho system and It
cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, heart
burn, belching and malaria, fever and
ague. A fair trial will convince you
of Its value.
10 PNIKT 1 m
FIVE BILLS INTRODUCED
TO PREVENT MISUSE
Patriotic. Societies Are Making Vigo
rous Effort for Prohibitory Law
That Has Long Been
Washington. Feb. 20. A determined
Dght Is to be waged against the dese
cration of the American flag. The
Grand Army of the Ilcpubllc, the Sons
of tho American Involution, and oilier
patriotic societies are at the head of
the movement and It is believed by
them that they will succeed In secur
ing the passage of a prohibitory law
before the end of the present session
of Congress. In this belief they ate
rliengthcned by the apparent friendli
ness of the Military Affairs Commit
tees in Congress.
Five bills have been Introduced al
ready since roi.gress convened, nil
With the same object, nnd differing
only In scope. No particular measure
Is to be pushed by the societies except
that they wish as strong a law as pos
sible and one that will allow no use
of the national emblem or any rem
bianco of It for commercial purposes.
The Senate Committee on Military
Affairs this morning gnvc Its first hear
ing on the subject. General Peck, of
New Haven. Conn., Past Master Kay,
pf the New York branch of the Grand
Army of the Itepubllc; General Thom
as M. Vincent, of Washington, assist
ant ndjutnnt general of the Grnivl Ar
my or the Ilcpubllc; General J. W.
Clous, retired, of the United States
Army, nnd John M .Wight, represent
ing the District of Columbia Sons or
the American Ilcvolutlon. were a dele
gation rdpiesentlng tho different In
terests before tho committee.
Tho delegation announced that It
would favor no particular hill now un
der consideration, preferring to leave
the selection ot a pioper measure to
They advocated simply a law which
would absolutely prohibit all use of
the Stars and Stripes tor other pur
poses thun It was Intended for.
POWER OF HIE III1
Los Angeles, Feb. 27. In line wllh
his lecent action In the "Meyer" case,
President Rooscelt has authorized At
torney Gcneiul Knox to pioceed
against ceitalu lUipoiatloiM In Califor
nia, whli li corporations, it Is alleged,
aie operating contiary to the Sherman
unO-trust Inw. This Is a bit of news of
vast Importance, ns the Interests af
fected Include the Southern Paclfls
Company of Kentucky, the Central
Pacific Itallioad Company, tho South
crn Pacific Itulhoad Company, the Ore
gon & California Itallioad Company,
whli h nperntex the Southern Pacific
lines in Oregon, the old Atlantic & Pa-
rifle Ilallroad Company, now part ol
the Santa Fe sytem, nnd the Western ,
Union Telegiaph Company. House committee will be lield Febru-
Joseph II. Call of this city, who ha,nry s?,h- Tllel ls llttlu llo,"'t that
9 m v ? zpi MM SiS? w
new Ilflgatlpn, which Is to be brought There was some fear that the numer
In, the United Slates Circuit Com t. San ous demands for public buildings In
riunciBcu, j -a pus in me caso are now
If the suits tuccccd tho bigger cor
porations In the State might be com
pelled tb disorganize and start over, as
the stated object sought Is to dcclura
eiroroHen"lnVroiDoSi',,M repeatei1 t0 "oth Kepre.enl.tWe
.. . .. ...
mac tue real intent Is to forco them to
observe the law. Later the alleged
combination, called a traffic agreement,
between the Santa Fe and the South -
cm Pacific, involving passenger and
freight rates, will receive legal atten
tion. It Is expected that the great le
gal battle that Is sure to follow the
filing of suits will begin soon, nnd wilt
wage hotlyuntll one side quits or the
other is vanquished.
Jeremy llentham Jotted his Ideas on
little squares of paper, which he piled
upon each other, and this pile of little
papers stitched together was the first
forms of his manuscripts.
Tne British danker Claim Is the first
vessel to cross the Atlantic using ne-
troleum for fuel. Each furnace has a
steam generator, which blows the oil,
atomized, agalust a firebrick wall.
m Lj mmM rU 'H
Em Zz&l lFIP$vr9HH Er- 'SEE
II a ITEmI m -in
IS' M ItaUl n P
ENTRANCE TO LIBERAL ARTS DUILDING
LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING-!
.sr. i.ocis F.xrosmox. S
The LtbcVal Arts building, one of
the monster structures which make up
the great picture of the Louisiana Pur
chase Exposition, was designed by
Harnett, Haynes & Harnett, an archi
tectural firm of established reputo In
St. Louis. It Is the closest of the big
exhibit buildings to the open-mesh
wire fence which will separate the ex
position site from the finished part of
Forest Park. It is the most easterly
of the main exhibit buildings and abuts
the Fnlted States Government building.
The Liberal Arts building will be
built of' staff and the estimate of its
cost Is $500,000. Although following
the prevailing style of architecture at
the exposition tho Itcnalssancer-lt
adheres very closely to classic lines,
The long facade, especially, shows a
niagnuiceni entrance, wnicn is almost
pure Corlnthlsn. Here is what the ui -
cnuccts say or ineir structure:
the style or architecture Is a Bcvcre
treatment ot tne r rencu. iteuuiuanco
lor me exterior facades, in fact, tlm
ueuuiieui emuouieu ratner a reeling or
uiu ciasaic man oi tne ncnaissanee of old gold. The decorations and or
It has been the endeavor of the arch!- naments will be brought out In relief,
tects lo depend largely on sculptmo In The plan Is conspicuous for the perfecl
mo decoration or the building, icrrnln-
Ing fiom the over-use of stereotyped
ine main lacaue will be io0 feet
long and will be made Interesting by
the line of a center pavilion nnd of
two end pavilions. The center pavilion
Is brought somewhat above the con
necting buildings which unite It with
the pavilions on either side. Each ot
the three puvllloiis, on the fronts,
forma an elegant entrance to the build
ing. "On the main facade are three en
fiances nnd on the 323 foot facade
lire two eiitrancts. one In each of the.
"One of the most beautiful features
LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING ST. LOl IS FAIR.
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PUBLIC UUILDINGS AlONflY.
Washington, Feb, 22. Edgar Paint
cr, representing the San Francisco
commercial bodies In tho matter ol
seeming un appropriation for the new
custom houae, ai rived today and went
to woik nt unco to assist ltenresjnta-
lve Kahn. The hearing before the
California might cause such a division a(lol'ted In Ilatangas and Logiina prov
that San Francisco would havo tu11"068. General llall says tne people
wait, but this danger seems to bol'" "'" litter provinces novor renllz
more Imaginary than real. In view of,e1 ,lla tenors of war until tney per
nio fact that Chairman Mercer of the ao"n"y experienced Its hardsshlps
Hbuso Committee on Public Hull, lings owlnK to the closing of tho ports and
KU UD OUII i-IUIll
.. i,. i ..,
fimif-iintntiv. Mn.ihnm i ,.i',.
to secure JlSD.Oi'O ror Ficsno, nnd
Representative Mcl.aUilan wants $1,.
000,000 for I.oh Angeles, but thero Is
no chanco of McLarhlan getting all
ho wants. Ho may secure nu Increase
over tho present appropriation of
$250,000 for Los Angeles, but It will
not leach n million. Fresno may get I
u preliminary appiouraton fur tin
purchase of a site.
That Hacking Cough Is a source of1
annoyance to yourself and others, as
spoonful of PAIN-KILLER In half r
" " .... .:.". '"Jv"'b u ieu-
ginss or warm water or milk every hour
or two, you will be surprised to And
how quickly the cough will disappear,
fnslst upon getting the genuine. Sold
In two sizes. Price 25c and 50c, Avoid
substitutes, there Is but one Paln-KIll-er,
AT ST. LOUIS WORLD'S
of the plan will be tho internal court,
which Is to be carried out In strictly
Roman feeling. The court Is treated
with arcade development, which en
closes the court, forming a cool, shady
walk entirely around It. Tho court Is
diversified with architectural foun
tains, statuary and vases. It is the
Idea that these vases and statuary shall
be reproductions from the old Italian
and Roman masters. In the loggia of
the court will be mural frescoes on old
gold backgrounds, which will odd sub
dued color to the enchanting picture.
Vines and flowers will be cmplojed 'n
a garden walk at the attic story line.
The lower court w lit be carried out in
the form of gardens and fountains,
One pf the mostljcautlful treatments of
the exterior will lie th'i. Iirnml nllppnr.
leal, proccrslonal frelie on the Interior
walls of tho exterior loggias. These
' mural paintings will be executed on a
' background of old gold. ,
-The main entrance will be n the
form of a heml-cyclc with circular col
onnades. The celling of this hcml-
cycle will be frescoed on a background
simplicity of Its arrangement and tho
practicability of Its exhibit spaces. The
ten main entrances of the building In-
tcrsect the exact center nf tin. pi.
hlblt spaces, the axial lines of these
entrances running through the centers
of the exhibit spaces from east to west
and from north to south.
'The building Is to be ons'.ructed
without Interior columns, the exhibit
Apace being spanned In one trim. The
Internal court can. If necessary, be
used as an overflow exhibit space. Thu
exhibit space is ada'pted to any kind
of an exhibit nnd the building will 1
entllatcd and lighted by an abundance
0f windows, both In the cMcrlor walls
and In the clear-lory."
HELL'S WOKK COMPLETE.
Manila. Feb, 16. General J. Frank
Un riell has practically cleaned up tho
'nsurrcctlou In Batangas province, the
troops under his command having
mado a clean sweep of the district. It
is not believed that all tho Insurgent
arms have been captured or Bin ren
dered, but that a number of them liavo
been taken by the Insurgents to other
provinces or safely hidden.
Tho Increase nt robber bands In the
provinces of Tayabas and Cavlto show
tho effects of the drastic measures
'"e concentration of the natives In the
Genera, l,e believes that the I,
surcent lemier Mnivn ia i,Bmnin. -.
ceedlngly unnomilar with the Flllnlnm
nml ,Ilat wllen tno natlvea cease to
tear hls'vengeance matiy will be found
wWli'S" to tietrny hlmr
iat has been said' of Batangas
Province applies almost equally to
' - "Buna.
'Mother Johnny, remember to al
ways do what Is right and Bpeak tho
truth nt nil Hmon
Johnnv All rleht. mn! nniv un't
blame me for getting Into so mony
scraps, men: mats all.
He Why, I come near glttln' a leg
iar Job playln' do gultah wunst!
Sho Waal, I reckon If any'tlng
would havo made yo' gib It up, glttln'
a stchdy Job at it would!
. ..,3fl! 'fi;-3 . ilVW 4'
For catlnp, drlnklnp, and cooking,
rtrsx, EEUcions, xctiutiocs-
Finds Home Robbed
Dies of Excitement"
Chicago, Feb. 23. Laboring under
unusual excitement because ot a bur
glary which had been committed In
his home. Ersklne C. Murphy, former
ly general mannger of the Iowa divi
sion of tho Chicago, Ilurllngton nnd
Qiuncy Railroad, died suddenly early
this morning while attempting to no
tify the police. He and his wife had
attended a Thomas concert last night,
and returning about 12 o'clock they
noticed their home Illuminated, w
windows and doors open. Entering
tno house they found that burglars
had ransacked the place.
Murphy (old his wlfo to go to n
neighbor's house while he telephoned
for the police. Ho sought a livery
stnblo near by and tried to call up the
Fiftieth street police, Btatlon. Finally
ho asked an employe to ring for tho
police, 'and while hastening back to
his home, fell dead in the street.
Mrs. Murphy was nwalr'ng the po
lice, and. seeing a wagon, she rnn
from tho neighbor's residence, only to
eo officers bear Into her home tho
body of her husband.
CHAFFEE WANTS TROOPS.
Chicago, Feb. 1C. A special to the
Ilecord-Herald from Washington says:
Additional tioops for service In the
Philippines have been asked for by
Major General Crnffce in i cablegram
to tho War Department. General Chaf
fee also requests that recruits be for
warded to fill vacancies In several reg
iments now below their authorized
strength. Ho reports that he has
enough recruits to fill all regiments
with the exception ot the "Fighting
Ninth" Infantry, for which lie will re
quire about 300 men. This -regiment
Is under orders to proceed home, but
may be retained several months lon
ger in view of tho troubles In Samar,
General Chaffee has strongly pro
tested against, tho original purpose of
the department In reducing the mili
tary strength by 3000 men, and his
views have the almost unanimous en
dorsement ot officers stntloned In the
Islands. Secretary Hoot had expected
that before the summer closed ho
could show a material reduction of
troops In tho Philippines.' General
Chaffee's cable advices report the mil
itary strength In the Philippines ns
40.870 enlisted men. exclusive ol
troops now on their way to Manila to
relieve returning short-term men.
Tacoma. Wash.. Feb. 23. Sixty
Liilnese robbers, who started out to
plllago Chan Tsucn, a suburb of Can
ton, were killed Inst month, according
lo mall advices received today. Thu
village named Is the home of many
wealthy Canton merchants. The rob
bers first sent threatening letters de
manding that j certain sum of money
be sent to their retreat as tho price of
Immunity troni attack. The merchants
refused to bo .blackmailed, and quick
ly Informed tho local police.
The robbers, nevertheless, mado
good their threats by appearing In
large numbers from their retreat.
They wcro well organized, and armed
with revolvers and ilfles, and soon hail
tno police force thoroughly quelled.
'iney began a house-to-house canvass,
demanding sums of money from each
on pain of sotting the building on fire.
Happily at this time one of tho new
revenue gunboats came up the river.
Its officers wero signaled to for assist
ance, and the gunboat's machlno guns
wero placed In operation. Simulta
neously tho malo residents of tho vil
lage turned out with guns and clubs,
thereVy placing tho brigands between
two attacking forces. Sixty were kill
ed outright and Bovcrnl dozen others
were sent to Canton as prisoners.
Every possessor of a "Kodak" or
"Brownie" camera Is offered the op
portunity of competing for $1000 Is
prizes given by the Eastman Kodak
Tho great advantages of a cosmo
politan population and beautiful scen
ery makes tho chance of Honolulu con
testants favorable and ns the prizes ara
numerous. Island amateurs will no
doubt draw a large share. Honolulu
Photo Supply Co. ore headquarters.
PARROT FOR ROOSEVELT.
Nowport, "it, I., Feb. 19 President
Roosevelt Is to have a new parrot
ii wiib ownea anu trained by Edward
Ash. n bhd fancier, of Nowport, and
Is a flno specimen of an African gre?
paribt, which Is very scarce In this
country. It Is called Cora, which
namo It spells with caro and delibera
tion, The parrot will greet tho President
every morning with a cheery "Ho do
you do?" and proceed to converse with
him In the most nccnmnllahmi mr..
ner If Mr. noosevolt doesn't see tno
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money If n
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on eccb box. ?fj cents.
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