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EVnNINO lltrM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T It . WnnNHfltMY. SEPT. 2C, 15)00.
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
All visiting member of ths
order aro cordially Invited to at
tend meeting of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. O. O I Hall, Kort strwt
i: It. HUNnilY, Secretary.
c o iiorrr.L, n. o.
All vleltlrg bro'hers very cordially
MYOTIC LODGL, No. 2, K. of P.
Meet! every Tuesday evening at
7:31) o'rloek In K. of P. Hall. King
street. Visiting hrotbora cordially In
tlteei to alteni.
O.J. WHITEHEAD, OC.
F. WALDIION, K.U.S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meats every Friday nvenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodje, No. 2, Win. Me
Klnlsy Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. I). 1IOND, C. O.
A. B. KENWAY, K.H.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, . P. O. E.
ITonolnlu Lodge No. 616, XI. P. O, K.,
villi meat In their ball, m Miller
and Ilsretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the E. R.
HAIIRY H. SIMPSON,
It. TC. MURRAY, E.R.
tVm. M'KINLEY LODOE No. 8, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
T:S0 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, King
street Visiting broilers cordially In
rtH to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, CO.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.It.rf.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
Iclock In K. of I'. Hall, Klug street.
Visiting EagleJ are Invited U- at
DAM McKEAOUE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Booy,
Hawaii chapter no. i, order of
Meets every first, arj tklrd THURS
)AY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
dd Fellowa' Building. Fort street, at
:30 o'clock p. tn. A full attendarce
l desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meeta every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F
Ilnll. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of II.
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less jnd has no Injurious
effecU on the eves.
For ijrther partl'i'lara Inquire it
the office. ,
Alto Cale'um Carbide of all sixes, In
drums and small ears, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Manilas and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 14S. 143 Merchant 8L
to your store every day If you keep
the delivery wagon well painted and
Don't lose this business but
bring your wagon here when It needs
attention and we'll attend to It at a
0C7 QUEEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C, W. ZEIQLER Manager
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
The Old Blend
01 f fulUtttt Jltint
ef It Icatklttf l)i)l,
. ii'ut attenttimi
Jiir ijo )tart.
I 1H MAkKr.
imiit cs cmin
Ma hlrt rt-ked WhlUjr miiy don't ken It
If iuij caii Mil another biurd.
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mr- EVLRY DAY
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ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC, ETC.I
DONT MIS8 A OOOD TIMEI
Wear Woolen Worsteds
A new and complete line of both
English and American manufacture
now In stock.
Order now and have a etyllch, long-
wearing, well fitting suit made to your
order from this handsome material.
W. W. Atiana & Co.,
62 King 8t
For Fine Millinery
ROSTON BUILDINQ, FORT STREET.
'Phone Main 487
YOU QET THE
A LA KG A ST.
can bo obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
o FINE o
o AT o
FINE SUITS FROM 115 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP ST.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATIfia COv
J. J. Fern, Manager.
RIcliaMk near Queen fits. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
o opia cioar ;
I Best 6c Smoke
' HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO CO, "'
& r.T,r,f r,
Go after It with a Bulletin Want Ad.
and get Itl
The Globe sells it cheaper.
Autos for hire nt Tor. Stables.
Tho Ilojgh Riders hnvn nrrhed.
Host cup of lotleo In tho city. Now
Tlio Honolulu Times will lie out
The stpimer lliuialrl sailed nn Mon
day from Knn l'ranrlncn for Honolulu.
Tin! SI. Clement's chin i ti vostrj will
mm nt the palish house Tliursiluy at
8 P. m.
.Neatly furnished rooms nl the Pop
ular. St, SI.DU mill $2 per week. 124.1
IIiivp your hornet clipped at Hip Club
Mnblcs. L'lpplrlc machinery nnd care
The Atuprlinn schooner Defender
snllctl on Monday from llonoliu for
'llio bark St. Knthorlne arrived nt
Hlln nn Momlii), seventeen dnjs out
fmin llin Coist
Itev. nmt Mrs .1. V, Wnilinnn nrc ex
pected to nrilve from tin Coast In the
'I lie Oiliu Central Improvement Club
will uitel at S o'clock tonight In the
I'liimotloii Commlllci' rooms,
I Iki (ih antra III meet this after
noon at .1 it'tloik l tin- I) I,. Wlthliig
ton homo ou l'rutpcti ttiet-t.
.Miss l'loieniu Crnrhr h ih ritutncil
from N'eu Zealand, ulicnt alio aiii.nt
about two inoulhx with friends.
New slli. clmci, nil leiiRtliN. In black
nnd while. Just opened nt Hlnm'x
Ililnty chliTim eilliigs line endi.
The llepubllrnu Club of the Seventh
Precinct, fourth District, will meet
tomorrow nirjht In San Aulimlo hall
Prominent Korcami lil nlghl gao
n f.iri'Hill lianiiurt nt tho Young hotel
In honor of Itev ami -Mis llelier Jiuuu
Don't forget Alatueila diime I'H
ili), iJepteinlier -Jill, at Itojal Hawaii
nn Hotel. -Mis Ahp.il xlni;i ilurlug
1 lie I'oiirlli District Committee will
meet nt tin luiiicalow at 7 :'.') o'iIckI:
.oulght to illitUHs il urn for the cam
pilgn. Miinlcy (1 K. Hopkins, Demotinlle
nominee for Count Clcrli, sollcltH the
otes of the eleclors of U.ihn. See ro
Coat jour Iron rooM with "Arabic."
You iv 111 bo Kiirprlscd at Uh tooling and
prcscrvatUci jiropcrttcs. California
I'eed Co , agculx.
Chin J McCarlhy nnlia llin support
of O.ihu vuttra for the ciincn of Sen
nlor; his nuiioiiucemenl iipiunm iiniltr
When )ii want good lerra colla
flower potM go to I.eueiH fc Coolte, 177
f King ntieet. AIho terra colla ililm
nejs nml rewc r plpii.
No illsagieKiblo features nhout tlecn
trltlty for himm ami uillio ue, Alwnjs
I cnly for use wllh n soft Hlemly light.
.See llnnallnii Electric Co.
WalKllil Inn is now owned by V. C.
Herein. At(ominoilatlon, xupiilles
nnd attendance nlmolutrly first iluhK.
I'luest bathing on the lieaeli.
Highland linen tablets ut the Ha
wnllun News Co.'h contain piper that
folds twlco for tho olil'ing Htln of en
velope. They nro very popular.
Wall, Nltlioln Co. nro ugcntH for tho
Munanh Vlslhlo 'Opowrltir. It vIM
write more, vvilto e.iHlei, willo hjtlir
anil keep ou doing so longer thiiii any
Hawaiian Trust Co. nits ns gunid-
lan, executor or ailmlulstrator. 'Ilicl
trust tompany Im nlwnyrt nt home, nl-f
wnj8 home nml tun nlwajs hn ileicml-
ed upon. j
Monster sale of Inilles' muslin under
wear hegliiH at Whitney & Marsh s
next Saturday morning. Ihey will
olfer a flesh loiiHlgnmuit of their ttt
ebraled "Iltnne-niudu" uiidcrvvenr. i
An lmportunt mertlng of thti Sev
enth Picflmt ltepulilluin Club, old
Fourth of the fourth Dlstrltt, will ho
held tomoriow evening nt 7:"D at Sin
Anlonlo hall, .Mciulitra nio reiiupslcd
to nttcml. I
Itiinumher a delicious dinner at the I
popular prlro of ouo dollar Is served
every evening on tho great Hnml-ilr-uiliir
lunal of tho Ke.ishlu Hotel, liet.l
vnluo for the money nml toulest place
In town to dine,
Wm. P. Jauctt, tlin tegular nominee
of tho Demoqatli' County Convention,
for the ollice ut Deputy Sheriff, make.!
formal announce men t today of his
nomination, lie sollrltH tho votpi ot
CliiiliueiH (Iralnm, tho reptcsentn
tivo of tho Ynlvollnp (111 Co, who nils
formerly n icxldcml of this city, will
leave) feu Hie (lilent In tho Slheila, uc
eompnuleil by his wife. Tills Is Ura-i
hain't! Ilfth tilp to Japan.
In a political notice appealing today
II C. Vbli nuunuiiicA like nomination
for tho ollleo or Deputy Slicilff, Dis
trict of Honolulu, by tho ltepulilluin
County Convention. Ho hollcltn Hie
Mites of tho electors
The btenmslilii Nevndin, of th'
AuiPiluiu-Huvvnllau line, ialleil past
night for Ililo unci Kahultil to ills
chin ye her freight for those places.
Blici wilt return to Honolulu H11111I.15
and on Monday will sail for San K1.111
clsco. No leply has been lecelved fioin
Knppelmelstcr llcrger In thei cahlii Hint
hy tho Hupcnlfdis, ouleilng the haml
to sluy with Cohen, It Ih nisuiiiPcl Hint
tlio homesick musk latin lino decided
to make llin best of tho situation anil
accept tho InevltablP.
II T. l-ahe, thu erlmlnnllglst of llin
County Attoiney'n olllie, jpstenlay be
came tho hippy father of u son, who
piotulseh to htcomci ns big u man as
bib file, tipping the scales nt 110 lihs
than twclvo pounds for a staitci. lloth
mother nnd child nro In thu best of
Tlio Sixth Precinct of tho l'ouitli
District ins elected tho following olli-
ecus: I'liHlclent, Samuel Johnson; Jbl
vle.0 piuslileut, i: K. l.lllkalaiil; 2ml
vlto inusldent, .1, K, Nnklln: Becretarj,
Jon Moiioghnu; nsslstnut secietiuj, A
It. Phillips; ttoamirer, II. II. Simpson;
Judges, MiixpH Weir. W. H. Knlllmnl,
J, K. Roblnrou; executive committee,
.1. J. Ilelxer, T KnKalla, I, Nauha, liai
Do I Need
L V NoOteSP
; No, 1 oon't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDO., 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Tized, Nezvous Mothezs
Mahe Unhappy Homes Their Condition Irritates
Both. Husband and Children How Thousands
of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous
Prostration and Made Strong and Welt
1 fflf't ', Jr TTjSkBBT Twl BBmkTS'Q
A nervous, irrltnblu mother, often on
tho veriro ot hysterics, is unfit to euro
for children ; it ruins a child's disposi
tion ami reads upon hertclf. The
trouble between children and their
mothers too often Is duo to the fact
that the mother litis homo femnlo weak
ness, and tho Is entirely unlit to bear
the strain upon her nerves that govern
ing children involves; it Is iinpoilblo
for her to do anything calmly.
The ills of women net like a firebrand
upon tho nerves, consequently nine
tenths of the nervous prostration, ner
vous despondency 1 " tho blues," sleep
Ksuness, nnd nervous Irritability of
women arlsa from some deruuguuient
of thu female organism.
Do on experience, fits of depression
with restlessness, alternating with
extreme Irritability? Aro your .pi r Its
easily uffecU-el, so that one) minute you
laugh, and tho next minute you feel
like crying 7
Do jou foci something lileo nball ris
ing in jour throat and threatening to
choko vou; nil tho henses perverted,
morbidly bensltlro to light unci hound ;
riatti in tho abdominal region, and
tetvveen tlio shoulders; lienrlng-down
pains; nervous eljxpcpshi and almost
continually cioss and snappy?
If so, jour nerves me in 11 shattered
condition, and you are threatened with
Proof is monumental that nothing In
thu' vv oriel is better for nervous prostra
tion than I.ydla II. I'lnlelittiii's Vege
table Cninnounil: thousands mid thou
sands of w omen can testify to this fact,
eUk Mrs. Piakhaa's Advlcc-A Woman
1 DM SUH
An uniniially liileiestlng rnso vvnti
lOiuiiKUi el this morning before) Judge
Itoblnson In I ho suit brought against
Dr. .1 H McOitvv by Mis. Ilvel-n C.
Hno for $IU,U0O damages for ulleged
ttssault with n deadly weapon, 'llin
panel of J'trori was oxhaustcd vvllhoiit
lluillng lbs ietulllo numlior of tales
men nnd the urtual-henrlng of Hie ease;
will not eoinineiiro till UiIh nftirnoou
01 loaioriow morning,
'I he cue hluues on nn Incident til
ligfil In bavo occilired lit llwn a few
months ago when the plaintiff vvni
towing on 11 pond or lagoon near Hi"
lueijieity of 1 ho defendant, whom It Is
alleged, w() nnlj the winning of some
bid lungmigo, endued them nvvny nn I
'it llin same time) llred pistol ut Iheiii
to the gieat bodily pain nml mental
aiupilgh of tho plaintiff.
'I ho coo culls for n Dial hy Jury
and will probably bo fought lei tho
limit b) both sides.
Lives of the Queen's
FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST.
Complied from official records and
other authentic documents, private as
well as public, by Agnes Strickland,
with a biographical introduction by
John Foster Kirk, In sixteen vol
umes with about one hundred hand
colored rare plates.
The Imderlal Edition, limited to
luoo numbered copies, bound in im
ported English buckram, $5.00 per
volume. There are other finer bind
Ings including tthe Royal Edition,
$60.00 per volume and the Alexandra
Edition, 9100 00 per volume. To be
had on easy Installments of $5 00
monthly and upwards.
Wm. C. Lyon Go.
COR. TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
-1 -U e-BB
Mrs. Chester Curry, Leader of the
Ladles' Symphony Orchestra, 43 Sara
toga Street, East Iloston, Mass.,
v riles :
Dear Sirs. Plnlehsms
" For eight j tars I was troubled with ex
treme iiprvcmuieiu ami hysteria, brought nn
hy Irregularities. I could neither enjoy lite
nur la p nights: I was very Irritable, nervous
and dcHWlwk lit.
" Ljalti K. I'lnlehsm's Vegetsblo Compound
was recommended mid proved to be iho only
remedy that bcled me. I bavo dally im
proved in In tilth until I nm now strong and
well, iind all ne-rviutiieM hn.l ellmipiieareil."
Mrs. Clmrles F. llrovvn, Vice-President
of thu Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar
Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark., writes:
Dear Mrs. l'lnkbum:
" I dragged thrsugh nine years of miser
able existence, worn out with lutin and 111T
Miutuiess, until It siemisl 111 tuough I should
fty. I ihnn noticel 11 statement of r woman
trotibleit as I was, nnd tlio wonderful renults
kite elirlvexl from LyellaK. rinlchsiii's Vego
tabloConijioiind. I elecitb'el to tiy it. lelldeo,
ami nt thu cud nf Uirest months I was a differ
ent wemutn. My lie rvoiiMies was all gone, I
wus no lnnger Irrltablo, ami my butbaud fell
in Inva vvltu mo nil ov rr ngain."
Women should remember that Lydla
K. Plnklimn's Vegutablu Compound la
the medicine that holds thu record for
tho greattat number ot nctuul cures of
female Ills, 11 ml take no substitute.
Free Aelv leu to 'Woiiieiii.
Mrs. Pinkhum, daughter-in-law of
f.vella H. I'inkhnm, Lynn, Mass., Invites
all sick women to write to her for
advice. Mrs. I'lnkhiim'svastiixperienee
with feuialu troubles enable her to ad
vise jou wisely, and shu will charge
you Homing lor ncruuvice.
Best llaucrstaadt a Wwtai'i UH.
Tho nominations havo begun to
eomo In to the otneo of tho Secretary
of tl(o Tenltory nml aro passing
through tho hands of Chief Clerk
RiicKlnnd. Two arrived this morning
Irom Kintal, tho first to bo placed on
ii'conl nnd both wcro ncrompunled by
thu netcHsarj deposit of $25 . Thu
names iiiolwd vveio those of J. 11,
Coney or l.lhuo nml J. I. Sllva of l'lc
ele, both ciiudldateK ou tho Republican
ticket for the llousei of Ilepruieiiln
lives. Tlio former nlso sent In his res
ignation fin tho ollleo of commissioner
of lax appeals of Ilia Fourth. This
was ilnno In accordance) with tho Oi
gaule Act, which fnrhlilH tho holding of
two oflltcH lit tho same tlmo.
Tho candidates should ho cateful tn
lememhni tint tho $J5 must ho paid
either In n postolllto inonoj-order or
In cash and that checks will not bo
f H. II. McClaunhnn has nccepteit
f tho Demoerntlc norr.ltiadon ror
4 Delegate to Congress by Hie fol- s
4- lowing letter transmitted today:
Honolulu, September 20, 1U0U.
-f To tho Chairman nnd Members -t
4- of tho Democratic Central -t
f Committee of tho Territory of
f Hawaii. t -f
4- Oentlemen: In accepting tho
f honor of the candidacy for Dole- -t
4- guto lo Congress proffered me by
f the Democratic Party of the Tcr-
4- rltory of Hawaii, I desire to state 4
4 that I 11 m Informed that were I to
4- decline to run, the party In all 4-4-
likelihood would be left without 4
4 a ciindldate for the offlco In qucs- 4
4 Hon. At the same time I cannot t
4- accept tho nomination without 4
4- great oacrlflce to my private In-
4 ttrests. 4-
4 UnfortiinntPly therefore tho sit- 4
4 nation tails for n choice between 4
the saeiltlcn of self Interests nnd 4-4-
the Interests ot my party. While t
4 to my mind there can be but one
4- right course open to me, still I 4
4- ficl in handling jou this my ne- 4
4- tejitancn I have the, right to and 4
f do require. In leturn for tho. obit- 4
4- gallons assumed by me, not only
f the voles, but tho active loyal sup-
port of cveiy Demount In tho 4
Tei rltory us well ns that of all 4
other voters who deem that tho
f Interests of the Territory will bo
4 best subserved by my election.
4- To my imty I pledge faithful 4
4 nlleglancc; to our opponents a 4
4- fair hut strenuous light; and to 4
4 our Terrltorj, should I win, my
4 constant putposc to strive within 4
4- npproprlnte lines towards the uc- 4
4 compllshment of llannll's ma- 4
4 terltil prosperity and fraternal 4
4- peace. I remain, 4
Your obedient servant, 4-
4- K. U. McCLANAHAN. 4-
NEW CIGAR 8TORE
At the Knii ninl mntilcn corner ot
Hotel and Kort sheets there will be
opened tomorrow, by the Fitzpatricl.
tiros, n cigar storo with an elaborate
tobacco stock nnd storo fixtures.
This slare room has recently under
gone) n most thorough remodeling, 'llin
exterior ot the building linn been paint
id ns well ns the interior, adding gieal
ly to thu gent nil appearance of thu
corner. 'Hie painters produced a veiy
pretty wall and telling color effect
which attracts uitentlotl upon entering
tho store. Dining tho remodeling the
htoio-ioom was enlarged considerably
nnd this nllowR fur more- stuck anil
display counter room than was found
In the building when occupied by tho
former tenants. Iheio nro now time
street entitinees to the store, 0110 from
Hotel street, tho main ono at the t oi
lier nnd another fioni Tort street.
Tho tobacconists will carry a line ot
tnbatto eipiul to any ever disputed
here. The ariaiigcmcnt for display of
gopds Is certuln to he very satisfactory
lo p.iti mis', ns tho goods will be in
show cases, hearcgulpd so that the piil
1 baser can icadlly Indicate the brand
he desire. In their stock will be sev
eral brands of clgarshandled exclus
ively by this llim. There the devotee
of n rare brand will Unit what he
wishes, llox trade will receive partic
ular attention but the buyer of lesser
epinutllles can be assured of toiirteius
hcrvlio and fnir dealing.
WHAT'S IN A NAME.
"What Is your name?" asked a clerk
In the ofllce of tho county treasurer,
where a citizen of the town had called
lo pay his tuxes.
"It. W. Hwackhaiiiiuer," was tho re
"What do tho Initials It. W. stand
"They stand for It. W. that's all. I
never use an j thing but the Initials in
signing my nunc."
"Hut your parents didn't name you
R. W.. did they?"
"Then why don't you use your full
"Uecauco I am ashamed to"
"Ashamed? Weio )ou nanit'd for
"No, sir. I was name for a great
"I see," sail tho clerk, who may
havo been somcth.ng of a nilml nadir.
"Vou were tuuirVl for Ralph Waldo
"Well, suppo-n I was?"
1 ho clerk grow Indignant,
Hy a police order now In operation
In Paris, laundries must disinfect all
garments ns noon ns they urerecelved.
Clothes must be conveyed lo tho luun
dileii In hermetically sealed bags, nnd
on their anlvnl be scalded In an antl
lopile mlutlun. Tho workpeople nro
to wear special clothes, which also uro
lo be disinfected,
The Weekly Edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
the news of the day. For SI a year,
Tried TO Shoot
A warrant was sworn out this morn
ing tor tho arresl ot Captain Olsen on
tho chargo of carrying weapons In an
offensive mnnticr. There la, however,
more Udck of the chargo than appears
on tho face of it.
Captain Olsen was arrested about
10 o'clock last night by Police Officer
Itcutrr, In company with a woruau,
and both were taken to the police sta
tion. When tho officer tried to make
the arrest, tho woman drew a revolver,
Olsen, It Is dated, hit tbc officer
over the head with a bottle. Both Ol
sen and the woman had been drinking.
The captain and hla companion were
In n hack near the corner ot Queen
and Water streets, and they had with
them ono of the woman's children, a
little girl. It was her crying, on ac
count of fright at the condition ot her
mother and Captain Olsen, that at
tracted the attention of Officer Iteuter.
He stopped the hack to Investigate
what was going on, when the woman
pulled tho revolver.
He took his prisoners to the police
station, but they wcro both released.
Olsen was charged with being drunk,
but the chargo was dismissed. No
chargo was placed against the woman.
This morning the woman's father, a
man named Pickett, was closeted with
Sheriff Drown. He was very bitter
against Captain Olsen and demanded
that ho be arrested on some charge.
As tho woman Is married, ths only
charge that could be brought against
the captain was drunkenness and car
rying a dangerous weapon, and tor
this he will havo to answer in court.
8AVE8 HIS SLAYER
Ooldfleld. Nev., Sept. 7. Mike
Klernan, a miner, was shot and fat
ally wounded on the outskirts of
Ooldfleld early this morning and died
at thd county hospital tonight. The
shooting Is shrouded In mystery.
Klernan refusing to give the name of
Ids assailant. He said It was all his
own fault and that he was holding up
the man who shot him, believing that
ho had rich ore on his person. Later
he told a different tale and neither
story Is believed. He protected his
assailant up to the last, although he
declared that ho knew his name. It
Is thought that tho killing was tho re
sult of a dispute In which a womsn
was concerned, Dcforo death Kler
nan said that papers In hla apart
ments would dlscloso his own Identi
ty. It was found that he was con
nected with a prominent family and
that hla home was Dewlttvllle, Cana
da. The murderer has not been ap
SON MAY BE HEIR
Now York, N. Y.. Bcpt. C Specula
tion Is rtfo regarding tho value of the
fortuno left hy Hermnnn Oelrlchs.
Men who aro friends of tho Oelrlchs
family say that his entire cstato will
amount to less than $1,000,000, and
that everything that is left will go to
his sou. Others aro of tho opinion
Hint tho widow will share In the es
tate. Mr. Oelrlchs was not credited with
being n wealthy man up to tho time
of his mnrrlago to Tcsslo Fair. Ills
Income was largo, but he lived luxu
riously. When litigation arose over
tho Kalr estate he exercised power of
attorney for his wlfo and sister-in-law,
now Mis. W, K, Vanderblit, Jr.
Ho is said tu havo made most of his
fortune after his marriage. Mr. Oel
ilchs wbb a heavy financial Ibser by
the San Francisco fire and it may be
that his fortune will be much smaller
"A man and a woman," said the po
lice chief, "occupied a compartment
ot a Pullman. In a desolate place,
tho trrln speeding like lightning, the
man Raid to the woman:
"Madam, I will ask you to look' out
of the window a few minutes. I am
going to uiako some changes In my
" 'Certainly, sir,' said thu woman po
"Two or three minutes, filled with
odd, rustling noises, passed. The
"'Now, madam, I am finished,'
"Sho looked at him and, behold, he
had transformed himself Into a. dash
ing girl, heavily veiled, fashionably
nressed and with rich and beautiful
"'Now, sir, or madam, whichever
you are, I'll ask you also to look out
of tho window, I have some changes
lo make In my own dress.' ,
"Tho other complied, and when be
was permitted to withdraw bis gsie
from the passing landscape, what was
his surprise to find the lady changed
Into a man. He gave a loud laugh.
"'It seems,' he said, 'that we are
both fugitives. Hence we should be
pais. I am a bank robber. What are
"'I,' said the other, 'am Detective
llawko of San Francisco, and for
throo days, In female attire. I have
been shadowing you. Wrists together,
please, so that I may now slip the nip
"Thus," concluded the police chief,
"did my f 1 lent Hawke arrest the no
torious Jack (Iraemo In '7V. It was
the neatest arrest, from the melodra
matic standpoint, of the year." New
Orleans Times Democrat.
KNOI.AND-In this city, Sept. 25,
VMW. to Mr, and Mrs. W. J, England,
I.AKU In Honolulu. Sept. 25, 1906, to
Mr. and Mrs II, T, Ijeke, a son.
MtailHW In Honolulu, Sept. 25, 100U,
to Mr, and Mrs. n, S. McUrow, a son.
rtAVDN In Honolulu. Sept. 25,( 1806,
to Mr. mid Mrs. C. II. Haven, a son.
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