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EVRNISWBtn.LETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. fi. 100C.
Hawaiian First Degree.
All visiting members of the
order nro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings ot local lodges.
. HARMONY LODGE, No. J, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday eivcnlng at 7:30
In I O. O r Wn, Tort street.
i: It IIHN'DltY. Secretary
c o norn:;,. n. o
All vlsltlrg bro'licra vsry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. el P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vitee, to attend.
V. WALUIION, K.II.B.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. Of P.
Ments every Friday evening at
K. 1'. llnll, King street, at ,7:30. atom
.bcrs nt Mystic I.odo, No. S, Wa.l(fr
Klnley Lodge, Nn. 8, and Tlaltlbg
brother-j cordially Invited. ' s
A. 1). IIONI). C. 0.
A 8. KKNWAY. K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODGE 818, B. P. O. C.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, B. P. 0. I!.,
will meet In ttielr ball, in Millar
and Bcretanla streets, every Friday
Hy order of thy C. II.
HARRY II. B1MPS0N,
H. K. MUimAY, E.IL
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. 8, K.of P.
Vcots every Saturday evening at
J:V o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
ttrsst Visiting brothers cordially to
Kit to attend
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JACOHSON, KR.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WBDNK8
PAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
lrlnck In K. ot P. Hall, King strcL
Visiting EagltM arfl Invited trai
DAM McKEAGUE. W.P.
II. T. MOORS. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE Ns. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Mcoth every second and fcvtirth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. 0. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
V. T DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. of n.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets rtvery second ntnl fnurth Wed
nesday of onch month nt Han AntonU)
llnll. Visiting lirothcrB cordially In
vltcd to ntte-ncl.
K. V TOnn. Secy.
T. r McTIfllHS. Pres.
A Superior Light to all other.
Aeetlene G-s Is superior In quality,
rmdjcheapnetc radiates less heat, viti
ates the air leas and has no Injurious
effect an ths eyes.
vFor. .urthsr partlcvlart Inqulrs at
Also Calc'um Carbide of all sizes. In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Qas Mantles and Oas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE. Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant 8L
As to their neatness or shabblness.
Uuslness men, you'll admit It Is
more profitable, If this Impression to
customers or prospective customers,
Is ono of neatness.
Why not, make that kind of an Im
pression with your delivery wagon?
Bring It to us and well repair and
repaint It at a low charrje co well, It
will do so.
427 QUEEN OT. TCL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZElQLCR Manager
Blank books of! all sorts, ledeorl
etc., mauufartured by tlio llulJellii rnti
mm IUuIuk Company
: Of Gut Glass
that constitutes so much of Its charm,
cannot be preserved Indefinitely by the
mere use ot soap and water. The
beautiful faeeto and prisms take on
after a time a dull and lifeless look
beyond the reach of ordinary cleans
ing and polishing agents. There Is
one thing, however, that will restore
the original fire and brilliancy to cut
glass quickly and easily, and that Is
an application of
Lewers & Cooke,
177 s. KINO ST.
yourself with a glass of sparkling,
snappy coda at our fountain. It Is
charged so that you feel the snap all
the way down. Seventy flavors.
& Co.. Ltd.
NEW FALL MILLINERY,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88EQ FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET.
FINE SUIT8 FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST. ,
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU FENOVATINO C0V
J. J. Fsrn, Manager.
Richard near Queen Ste. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
Kalakiela Asks -
For More Time
Jack Knlitklela Is going to nalc the,
Homo Rulers for fuither tlmo In
which lo consider whether ho will ac
cent tin; Humiliation tlwy tendered
him lor Rlieilft on tlielr ticket. Tim
offer was uiailo to Kntnklrlu uliuiit n
week ngo, when ho wan given until
tonight In which tn-glvo his answer,
'tonight lh Homo Itnlo Counly Com
milieu will im'i't to hear .laik'H an-i-ewr
hut If II expects anything dell
nllo It will ho disappointed.
"I iiiii going to ash them to glvo t'nn
rurllior tlmo, ulimitinmitlii-r vve'ChTlu
vvhlih lo mushier tlio piopcMltlnn,"
ruld Knl.iklulu ("day, when tucKc-il what
Hi) tinswer would lv If thoy won't
gran! It thuy can I alio another man.
I, ut I think thoy will grant It. v
'you sou." uiiillnmil Kahikteln,
"when Mm offer wits Hint innilo llilngii
did not look Miry bright, hut iluilug
tin,' lust fpn- iliiyr. I hao rue). wltf! eon
nldoi ihlp eticoiiisigomoiit, und I now
fill mine hopeful nhoiil Iho piopnsl
lion. Htlll, I want to do u lot oUlgur
Ing nhoiil jho town vote, which Is thu
nil lmortniit oim, whllo I am letting
Iho otitohlo district vote take care of
More Is done wltH wrds tha.n .with
hands; and Bulletin Want-Ad. words
are the busiest words In the world.
The aiobe soils tt cheaper.
Register or lose your vote.
Amos for hire nt IVr. Stables.
Plenty of Surf Hoards at Seaside
OUIce of Registrations, basement of
A blight joung man for nn office Is
wanted See nd this Issue.
.Manuel Vlerrn has gone to WnlluKu
to start n bather shop thetc.
IicEiiulfuI new fall millinery at Mies
Powers' Millinery Parlors, Boston
building, Fort street.
The llrst meeting of creditors of l.m.i
Kntu, who has been dqilntcil n h.ink-
nipt, will ho held nt the oirico of Wm.
r. Hawlltiv, on OUuucr IS.
A bill ot exceptions was filed this
morning In the case ot tlio Seattle
llrcwlng mid Malting Co. 8. Territor
ial Tit.istim- Campbell.
Tlio exceptions ot the llbellants to
tlio libel placed on the Manchuria were
submitted this morning before Judge
Hole In the Iedeinl court.
All claims against the Hawaiian
Jockc Club Asrocliillon vhoiild be pre
fcentrd to Mchsis. Thompson and dem
ons beforo November 1st, 1U0G.
Jidign RobliiHon this morning grant,
rd a ditorto toLgi Ho from Jin Siilnio
ito on the giotimls ot extreme cruelly.
'Ilin lilieloo was glten tlio custody of
the minor child
Judge Ho Holt this morning granted
n dhorco to Y, M. H. ritzslmtiinns
Iroiu his wife Cclta P. Koawn Kltzslm
mom on the ground that tlio latter
had contracted the disease ot Chinese
Thu members of the Japanese HntuS
Union niu Indignant oer the action
of tlio Consul (lenenil for not ItiWtlng
thrm to n ineptlon that wilt he given
nlxnill the training ship Auegawn this
Portraits of enndidntes reproduced
lr. halttono on short notlcc;i also tie
Hlgning. cngralng mid printing of all
dcsciiptloiiK. Pnrndlso of tho Pacific,
The Sachs Co. nro now showing th'
moit lieiiillful millinery, xltks, I iron,
cmliiol lerles iiml tiliiinilngs. 'Ilielr
nii3uitini'nt of new HKllts, waists, sulta
mid o.ilH, (ompiixes thiery latest mid
mint stjllsh ins.
Itumeiiibrr u delirious dinner at the
ioiulir rice of ono dollar Is scrwd
every eenlug on tlio gre.it seml-clr-011111
latinl of tho Seaside Hotel. Ilcct
value for tho money und coolest place
In town to dine.
'I lin demurrers lo tlio milts entered
by Ihomai A. Knj und Henry ()utni
ler mi, I'. II. Whillii. whoKD niitiTmobll?
Is paid to hno run Into tho coniplaln
nnts weio jllbinlsied tills mornlng'by
Tim following sugar Is nwalllng
shlpmrnt on Hawaii' Olaa, lil.r.llll;
Walaltea, lO.Uftil! Watnikit, 17,100; Ono
mea, ::tniO; llalialau, HI ,?," Uiupahoe
hoe, Sim); llonol.aa. l.VIO; Kukulluiele.
lion: iioim-ipo. 'M.
'I he Calhiilh Chun li of St. John the
Uiptist, Knlllihwinia, In ihargoot Rev.
Fnlher Clement. '1 omorrow, OctolKr
7. I'eist of Iho .Moil Holy liobary, :'M
: in., high iiiaKt, sermon, collection,
Sunday school, 4 p. in. Hosaiy.
.Mr.', do l.i Mux ami daughter enter"
tallied n number of frlemla last night.
ProgrersUn wlilsl was Ilin enlerlaln
ment feature and this, coupled with tho
delightful rofrODlimonls Honed, land"
tliu evening n pleasant ouo for the
Tho Catholic ('lunch of tho Saered
Heart. Maiipieflvlllo (I'unaliou) In
charge of Rev Father Clement. To
morrow. October 7lh, I 'east of the Mo t
Holy Hosaiy II n in,, high inat,n, ser
mon, collation, Sunday school. .1 p
The Kinau brought tho following
eaigo: i lioisex, C pigs, 11 erntes chick
ens, 29 sheep, .1 Panels tallow, V hu;s
potatoes, 2J hags taro, 1," hags enrrots.
18 lugs cabbage, 2S lugs corn, 207 pack
age's sundries, 20 hags empty iKittlefl,
17 cniply ki'gs, l ken hu.iids, "t cordu
wood, 100 sacks Hour.
Miss (hum's ihlhlrcn'H dancing class
will open nt Odd Fellows hall oer
IhrgHtrom's ininlc elnrn nt .1 o'clock,
Thuisday ntteinoon, October 18. Mrs.
flu nn while away studied tlio no.v
daiites In Miguo on tho mainland and
has n lot of good things for tho llttlci
The trlnl of tho rase against (, A.
Sihinuhltc has been lohnnccil on the:
docket of Judge l.lndxay lo Monday,
Octohei S, at ID ii m., owing to Iho con
tinued engagement of eounnel in tho
Wnluee miiiiler trial, pending; before
Judgo Do Holt. Jiulgo Lindsay's Jur
ors hao been notified to appear In
court at 10 n. in. Monday,
Hwryone calling at tho ofurcs of
tho lion id of Public Works In Iho
JiUHcment of the Cnpltol liulldlug this
'morning was moro or less 'annoyed
by a Chlnmnnii who stoppeil cverjono
entering tho building to beg. Ho wns
unusually Insistent nnd when ho at
tempted to beg fioni n Hullotln re
porter pointed nt his throat and show
ed ten cents In his hnnd. When he In
tel viewed n Stnr man a few mlnutns
later ho illumed only flvo rents, going
Ihinugh tho name motions.
Christian Chinch, corner Alnkca and
King struts. Junior C. 11., !) a. m.i
Senior C. H., (!::!() p. m.; Illhle Sehool,
!;l.r u. m.; pienelilug 11 a. in. ami 7:S0
p, in. Morning "'Iho Power mid Vnlue
of nn Idei." H pnlug: (Juerles and
Answers. "Pleaxn Dellnp (iod," At
I lie morning hour Prof, IVdoriik Haul
lilgn of O.iliu College will sing "llelioM
I Stand nt the Diior." Von urn undlal
ly liulled to any nnd all berlie3. (I.
I). IMunids. pistor.
quells nml 1le3toi it ImWng left Hhhy
Seattle, Wash,, Oct. C Hlglit men
egeapeil fioiu the) illy piimui Jester
day nml ouo wns reiapturcdi
lllllrt "In that man ineli an expert
liiatlii'iii ith I in?" Willi "N. ho Is loo
nun li of it hog to bu good nt division."
Tli Illlli1 wldlw'a weeds and the
llowcia on biibby'H grave dlsappeai
about the tamo 1 1 mo,
Do I ISeed
C No, oon't need em, '
'cause kl can't read. If I ,
couia reaa ) a get glasses
sure. I'd go to ,
A. N. Sanford,
r i -J.V t ilttll I-- 1. i"' - - il. -IfTTJI. 1. i i I i I
.V 1B .OEfIJI' ' "nrr-VrfilN
1- . JT X r- Ci aftk. (fc- -rf T i., M- 10."4..
rcxiriMismi qsp w
MONUMENTS, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDO., 17S-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
SUCAR MILLS DESTROYED
Now Orleaiin, Iji., Oct. C Tim dam
rge to thin city from the storm will
leach $ I, ono.ooil. A number of silgnr
iiitlU Irue been elcmollshcil and 80U
building i damaged.
CONSEQUENCE OF RIOT8
Atlanta. On.. Oct. 5. Sixty negroes
have been Indicted, for murder In
connection with tho tccent rare (rem
hies mid sixteen whites for rioting.
FIFTEEN MINERS KILLED
Itlnsshiug, X, Mcx Oct. 5. Dy nil
Pxp'o"lon In Hit; Dutchman mlou here
fllteen men lost tlielr IIC3. Four ot
tlio dead have been rccoereel.
MORE DEAD FOUND
Richmond. Ya., Oct. fi. Twenty-
'nine nioio bnillea liavo been rocoMir-
eel fioiu tho I'ornhoiitas mine.
Czanstoeliowa, Russia, Oct. C. Ten
Icrmrlsts were tried nt drumhead
eoiirl-mnilial o-,tcrelay nnd hanged.
DISARMAMENT 800N PAU
Havana, Cuba, Oct. C Disarma
ment will bo completed Monday.
Ait prior registrations are null nnd
NEW - TO-DAY
Mrs. Doris E, Paris
has returned from San Francisco and
wishes to announce that on Monday,
October 15th,, she will open an agency
for Dr. E. E. McLatn's celebrated hair
tonics, creams, etc., at 1156 FORT
She will be prepared to gtvo spe
cial scalp treatment; also Facial Mas
sage and Expert Manicuring.
IN Till: DISTRICT COURT OF Till:
UNITf'l) STATHH FOR THU
THItRlTORY (IF HAWAII.
In tho-Mailer of l.um Knm, Itankrupt.
In llanluilptey No. 13t. '
To tho Creditors of l.um Knm of Ka
liinuiil, Konlau, Island -of Oaliil, Terri
tory ot linwnll
Notlro is heieby given that em Ilin
Slid ilny of October, A. I). 1!i0(i, nalil
l.um Kiun was duly mljiidgcd n bank
rupt, and that tlio first meeting of his
eredltoiH will ho held at my oftlee.
MC Staugeiiwuld lliilldiug. Honolulu,
on tlio 18th day or October. A. 1).
I'JOG, nt I o'rlocl: p. in, nt which limn
mild ci editors may attend, preivn their
ilalniH, uxnmlnn tho llaiil.rupt, eli'ct a
Trusleo and transact sueli oilier Imsl
lie sit aH.inay piopeily iinno lieroro said
WII.I.IA.M T. IHAWMNB.
Itefenii u ll.inkiupliy.
Honolulu, net. i;, iiipn. ar.ni; it
All poisons h.ulng rlniniH ngulnst
thu HAWAIIAN JOCKKV Ol.lllt AS
HOfJIATION will Kindly pieBent the
ramii to the umleiHlKiieil nt Iho ollkec
Of THOMPSON tr UI.KMONR, 8, !), 10
Campbell IlloeK, Honolulu, on in ho
fuio November 1, 190(, or tho mime
will ho forever barred,
CtAHHNCi: I CRAIinH.
October Cth, IDOti. 360C-lw
Lives of the Queen's
FROM THE NORMAN C0NQUE8T.
Complied from official records and
other authentic documents, private as
well as public, by Agnes StTlckland,
with a biographical Introduction by
John Foster Kirk. In sixteen vol.
umes with about one hundred hand
colored rare plates.
The Imperial Edition, limited to
1000 numbered copies, bound In Im
ported English buckram, $5.00 per
volume. There are other finer bind
ings Including -the Royal Edition,
$60 00 per volume and the Alexandra
Edition, $100 00 per volume. To be
had on easy Installments of $3.00
monthly and upwards,
Wm, C. Lyon Co,
COR.r,FORT ANfJ HqTEL.8TRiEKT8
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(Continued from Page 1) '
nf lltn ll.tin l'lin -..il .tvlntit if Ilin
da iii a go to her bottom is not Jet
Known, inn it is mil tnougiii in lie hi
Inllfl. Iter f nctnn lfinm In lnttier Sllllk.
rn up nml will need overhauling, hut
tlieie Is nothing Miy luiuh the luitte,'
I'Iid 1-.bI nt Ilin (rntifiiinrl'a ttiltirlpH
tire supcrllclal. The p.ilut is Scraped
nil her Bhlej. Stains of lust smear tin
white eoat of paint that used to be so
spotless. Her decks mo U1.it keueil w llli
coal and scarred with tho uiaikn of
cables, liut thmo things me easily reiu
idled. A Utile lihlnt mid scrubbing will
And Cantaln Peahoily doei neit think
that tt will take long to uiiikn the oth
er inoie important repalis. " I'he Sher
idan Is not badly hurl," lie h.ijs. "nml
iIh) will ho nil right hefoio long '
II was n tired and illrly lot of men
that e lima In on tho Sheridan Una
morning, (kiting n steamer oft n leef
Isn't easy work, and when It Is iiccoi
Baiy to get her olf twice, tho sltii.illoil
Is not lilipiovcd. Tlli'j' ueie glad lo
get back and said hi. .'I hey worn
black as coal passers, both men mid
ulihers. Iho flist things they wanted
wcio n bith ami clean clothes. That
ami the mall,
Thosn who wero nt the Rreno of op
crnthmn tlio other day when tho Stierl
dnu raino so near to turning turtle raj
thut tlio way Captain Outer of tlio
Iroquois handled his craft and got the
Sheridan ushoie beforo a serious acci
dent occurred was -.cry cnmineiuhihle.
Ami Captain Hall of tho Unfold,
when lie saw thn danger Iho Sheridan
was In, hud seven, boats lutho water
and others read's) to bo dropped In ill
most no time. Had tho Sheridan rnp
Klzi'il. Captain Hall's action would un
doubtedly Imvn lcsiiltod In the' sit
ing of many lives that might otherwise
have been lost.
The lluford came In ahead of the
Shrildan nnd docked nt tho ('iiaiantlne
wharf. Her work lias not been ery
hard, but It has been well done. For
Ilin latt two days she has been pulling
constantly on tho stranded vessel,
keeping thn seas finm washing her far
ther iiBhore. When tlio Sheridan rnme
off the beach, the lluford headed for
the harbor, leaving tho Iroquois to tow
tho Sheridan. 'Iho Ivvalanl followed n
Utile behind. When tlio harbor was
reached the Sheildan dropped tho water
lio.lt, which was picked up by tho Iwa
jaiil. The Manning, which baa been
with the Sheildan most of, the tlmo
since, she went nsiioic, brought up the
Hoffschlaeger Company, Ltd.
Brilliant Reception To
OFFICERS OF CRUISER I
LEADERS OF OFFICIAL AND SO
CIAL LIFE ENJOY A MOST
AS JAPAN'S GUESTS
Crowds of people nro thronging tho
decks and saloons of the Japanese
training ship Ancgnwa this afternoon
nnd from topmast to gangplank Iho
big ship Is In gala dress In honor of
Iho. reception given by Captain HanA
fusa nnd Iho other officers of thn ship
to the peoplo or Honolulu. Seven hun
dred cards wern Issued for the nffnlr
and guests commenced nrrlvlng soon
afler half-pan two, Iho opening Hour
nf the reception, and many moro who
hail eirller engagements nro expected
later In Iho afternoon.
Receiving with Captain Hanafiisa
are Commander Takngl, I.leut. Com
tnnnder Rlmomiirn. I.leut. Commander
ImtzuKn, I.leut. Commander Fujikawa,
Paymaster Yoslmuin, Chief Sergeant
Ynmada. I.leut. Yakamatsu, I.leut. So
"l. I.leut. Ogtira, Chief Engineer Ha
tnnn, I.leut, Nnknhlrl and the other of
ficers of the ship, all of whom hnve
hern doing tlielr utmost for tho pleas
ure nf the guoKtH anil to keep tip the
traditional hospllnllly of their country.
A quick transformation scene look
plneo this morning nnd It was as
though sumo fairy goddos of the
(lovveis had waved her wand nbovo
the glim training ship nnd mndo lis
decks spring fortli Into luxuriant
bloom n hit of tlio Flowery Kingdom
floating on Iho blue vvatcrsof thu har
bor. The boilers ship Is anchored out In
tho stream nml two steam launches
ami n string of small boats arc kept
busy pi) lug' between tho Fort streot
doc I; mid the ship hearing visitors to
nnd from tho reception. Tho boats
tue gay with tings nnd bunting, and
filled with gaily nttlrcd passengere,
linko brilliant spots of color ns thu
span Iho distance from wharf to gang
plank. Tho flags of Japan and America nro
crossed above thn gangplank and the;
tailing Is gay with twisted bunting in
tlio colors of tho nations. Clusters
mid showers or nmnll flags and nrtlll
rial native flowers flutter from tho
mils mid dooiwaj's mid the cul'ie ship
I resents n seeno of riotous color. All
rf Iho fnvorltn llowein nf tho land of
Hip Mikado havo been used thn chr)
saiillicmutn, purple nml whllo IiIt,
rherry blossom, morning glory nml
wlstmln being every where prominent.
Intending along the port side of thn
proinennilo deck is n hedge of artificial
Iris blossoms In purpio nnd while,
white n f i lore of pink and white ehcr
ty blossoms follows the lino of the
top. On .Iho stnrhnmd slda n tall
hedge ot glowing chrysanthemums
sway and beckon nnd nod n welcome
to the throngs nt guests, and great
beds of theso big tniisled-hcnileil bios
roms mnkn splashes of vivid coldr
ainng tho dock nnd enmpantmiwnj'K.
Amidships n seenn Indicating Port
Arthur Is shown and behind a hank of
ninmiinltlnii In seen n mlnhitiiro war
ship. Kven here, combined with tho
grim suggestion of bnttlo and blood
shed, Is tho Jnpa.no.sa lovo of flowerH
given full away and u shower of pur
pio wistaria blossoms falls above Iho
1 ends or tho guests. Morning glories,
pink ami ninuvo and white, clamber
up tho ptllais and leanjoclnbly down
tr. giect tho coming guests.
Over ir.UO nitlflchl chrysanthemums
hnvo been used In addition lo tho otli
ci flowers and theso hnvo nil been
piado by tho sailors on board en routu
K Jl x tt ;C x. H X X H tt S X X 3t
rear of tho llttlo fleet.
No ordera luivo jijt bcon received for
cither tho lluford or tho Sheridan nnd
it Is not known jet when they will sail
from this port. It will be necessary, of
couro, to clean up thn Sheridan mid
liuiku teiupoinry repalis hefoio she can
put to sea ngaln. The lluford Is toady
to go almost any time.
SC1.1CII MMII.IN(I IN TIUTl-AKLY DAYS
r)- f?&4?'- S SIP T l'
from their native land.
On the after deck potted ferns and
tropical palms, garlands of glossy
leaved mnlle nnd fragrant carnations
hnvo given a most attractive setting
for the women's rest room, Plies of
rope and machinery havo been con
cealed beneath brilliant lined flags or
terns; from the rails flutter doiens of
gny signal flags while the loved em
blem under which she sails, flies frdoi
the Ancgawn's standard.
In the saloons many flower and
ferns have been used with good effect.
Clnrlunds of mnlle, dotted with pink
carnntlouV and delicate spray3 of
maidenhair fern wreathe the pillars
and doorways, ferns nnd palms All In
the corners nnd nro disposed about tho
rooms nnd tho nlr.ls sweet with the
brent h nf flowers.
Through the courtesy of the officers
o' tho Wisconsin, now In port, that
f hip's band, stntloned oVi the nfter
deck of the Anegnwa. play throughout
the nfternooti, nml dancing Is one of
the pleasant features of tho after
Above tho musicians, framed In
flowers. Is the ono expressive word.
"Welcome," but none who accepted
the hospitality of iho Ancgawn's offl.
cers and men today needed to be told
In words that they were welcome, so
delightful was tho form this hospital
Iluffet refreshments, supplemented
by (ho favorite beverage or tho land
enr tho chrysanthemum nro being serv-
ed throughout the afternoon. Some
fencing matches by some of the sail
rrs wero features planned for tho en
tcrtnlnmont or the guuat'i.
Tho captain and his ofllcorr wero
all In spotless white uniforms, their
chevrons hcnrlng Instead of tho stars
of tho American Nnvj. the cherry
blossom, which Is n part ot the Impe
rial naval sign..
To each guest was given souvenirs
In the form of postcards bearing a
pholo.grnph or tho Anegnwa. the dato
and tho Imperial naval symbol of an
clinr surmounted by n cherry bios
bom. With these were nlso given cards
commemorating tho establishment of
direct cabin communication between
Japan nnd America, one bearing views
or tho Imperial palace nt Toklo and
tho. White House flt Washington and
the other tho photographs or Presi
dent Roosevelt and thu Kmperor of
Japan upon u background of the
(.tossed flags of the two cations.
To tho gieat. regret ot Iho hosts,
riovernor Carter was unavoidably ah
lent, but tho presence or Admiral
Very, added much to the pleasure of
thn occasion and tho presence of thu
Consuls nlso added dignity.
The experience) or dancing nnd
drinking lea upon tho decks ot till
former Russian .ship, once sunk nl
Port Arthur und now lined nn a train
irg ship of tho .lapane::e navj, was a
tmlqiio one for most of Iho guestn, but
they enjoj'ed Iho hiispllnllty none tho
kst bcennso tn deckH had onco show.
n tlio crimson or hliioilstultfi whevo
today they allowed only cilmron flow
Tho Anegnwa sails Monday Mr Hllo,
where two dnys will ho mient. ntinr
which sho will probably visit tho va-
nuns inner jsiamis of Iho group,
Onn nf thn most Itmmrtntii m.iu..
which will bo taken up Immediately by
President Plnkliaui lot the Hoard of
Health will bo Din nmiiillr,ii nl n,u '
Morckecpci's In the town who expose
nn mm- iiiui-iuH en iocici aiici who n.no
Sleeping looms 111 Mm until., ninrltnn,,,
with the store. Whllo President Pink-
nam was on ins vacation a llt was pro
I'aied. under his untom i.r nil ,i,
Rtorea In this city which navo failed to
inniply wllh'tlin rulo which was Issued
by thn Hoard of lleilth under tho up
Pinviil of Coventor r'.qrlr u,.i
I his list shows that thero nro still
neatly 2S Chinese nnd Jnpaunso stores
which have failed in nl.nv u, ,,.i
Some! of these, bow ever, will probably
urn no iioiiiueii on account or the fact
that they roll only canned goods nnd In
litis enho them Is no fe.ir of direction.
The crusade, which win in nil ,.i..
nblllly tnko the form of nrresls by tl.n
ivn.in-H.iir. mu no marteii in tlio near
future. Just when Piesldent Plukh.uii
declined to stale.
Tlio Sonoma ualleii from i.. l.v..-
ciseo yestenlnj. which makes ber only
mi Ian-, ji nan inouglil that on
nc count of her l.ilcness in h.iIIIuk fioni
Honolulu mill aim nil nm I r it. .
net that home uf ber plpea needed
ovoi hauling, she would bo consider
Office Of Rr'rilf.lr'aeiAnB I.-.....
Capitol building. '
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