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A BUL1ETIH A. SUPPIEMEDTS OPPORTUNITV
EDITION 1 f
Vou X1II No, 3512
!6 PAGES-HONOLULU. TKURITORI Of HAWAII. SATURDAY. OOTOBKR 1.1. 19W-1Q PAGES
Fkiob 6 Cents
(AttociattA PrtH Sprctol Cab It)
HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 13. Govern
or Magoon, lately executive officer of
the canal strip, toolt charge of Cuban
affairs today In place of Secretary
Tafl. .Magoon now acts as Provision
al Governor nf tho Island arid will dl
rcct affairs durlnrj the Intervention of
(AKSn(lattill'rrn Kprclnl Cubic)
LONDON, Eng., Oct. 13. Mrs.
Lewis, widow of the famous money
lender, ' today. Her will be
queaths fifteen millions of dollars.
(Attnclalrit l'rtt Hp'dal Cable)
ESSEN, Prussia, Oct. 13. The
manlage of Miss Krupp to Mr. Hal
bach took place here today. Miss
Krupp Ic one of the richest women of
the world and daughter of the lato
The following freight came In on
Iho Klnau this morning: 1 horse, 2
pigs, S crates chickens, IB Japanese
liars, 21 bnga cabbage, 21 bags tnro.
25 bundles lugs, 48 ImgH com 51 emp
ty kegs, 77 bngu potatoes, 201 pack
Forester David I laughs came In on
tho Klnan this morning.
Your grocer tells l'oi Ilrcakfast Food.
It Is contended that laukea, If elected Sheriff, would clean house. IF he will do that, It will not matter to the people of this country how wide
his experience has been In respect of party alflllatlon. Advertiser Still In Doubt.
(Advertiser, Oct. II. '061
Wo can have the good laws wo
make enforced by the pollco If wo se
cure the election of Drown'o oppon
ent (laukea). That Implies the duty
of working, by every legitimate means,
for tho Democratic nominee for Sheriff.
A magnificent finish for a
new grade of very durable
furniture. Chairs, Rockers,
Desks, Tables and Magazine
Tables are now on display of
J. Hopp & Co.,
1013-1059-1035 BISHOP ST.
(Advertiser Editorial Aug. 25, 1901
The great question with tho Demo
crats now they havo named laukea for
Congress Is whether they can keep
him Democratic until tho end of tho
Ho lias belonged to all three parlies
wlthlti a year nnd back of that had a
nov-)ou sec-lt-now-don't record which
would have scared a chameleon.
Queen Kinma had tho honor, such
M It was, of bringing laukea Into pub
lic notice. Hho mndo mitrh of the
rtnlwnrt youth, hut nt-the first good
opportunity ho deserted her for that
Tho king kept him amused with dec
orative trifles and laukea was fairly
loyal to his second benefactor, hut
when l.llluoknlnnl t-amn to tho throne
he turned against her nnd became ono
of Iho few natives who supported tho
During that period he went to Wash
ington ns an attendant of President
Dole, whom ho subsequently opposed.
Upon annexation ho became an ard
ent Ilcpuhllcnn but falling or office ho
Jollied tho Home nulo party nnd ran
on Its county ticket last fall for As
sessor. Before long he became a mar
plot In Homo nulo counsels and then
went over lo Iho Democrats.
Where he will go next even he can
not guess but thosa who know him
best put least reliance In his Demo
r 'ti .7.
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(Advertiser Nov. 4, '04
"laukea Is an unstable, vaccinating
man who has belonged to all three
parties In a year and cannot be de
pended upon to movo In any given po
litical direction If tho wind changes.
He has confessed to having Indelible
spota on hlB record. Dut his most se
rious fault as a Delegate In Congress
would be hlo blind, unreasoning hatred I (orcp. should he bo elected
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Made By laukea
Of Fat Police Jobs
HOME RULERS OFFERED ONE-THIRD
of white men and white men'u meas
(Advertiser of Sept. 18, 'Of.)
"Mr. laukea has the respect of tho
community, has filled position of
trust In the Government, to the sit
lafnctlon of everyone, and has had In
the past Bomo very Important missions
(Advertiser Nov. 1, 'nil
"Curtis laukea, tho Democrats'
choice lor Delegate to Congress, hail
changed his party politics so often
that he forgets at times on which
party's platform ho Is standing."
Advertiser Nov. 8, '04
"laukea began a. speech yesterday
with 'My Fellow Homo Killers.' Tho
other day It was 'My Ktllow Itcpubll
num." Unless laukea stops to think
he never can tell which particular
party ho belongs to nt that particular
An offer by laukea to give oncthlrd
of the appointments in tho police
In exchango for the
Hi tho elee
nf the Homo Hillc parti
tion, Is the' latest political move In
Iho Shrievalty fight. Other similar
promises made of fat Jobs In the po
lice department by laukea, r,hows Hint
the much-vaunted cry of the Demp
rrata to the effect that they will. If
lclorlnuH, place the pollco station
nbovo politics, Is merely "hot air,"
nnd thoulil bo accepted ns biicIi.
It was n few iii ago that laukea
Fought, out Kalnuokulanl Hr., the
gran I old man of thu Home Utile par
ty, nnd mnde his proposition lo him
laukea Introduced tho subject by slat
Ing that ho wns sure of his election.
He represented Hint besides tho Dem
ocrats, tho Civic Federntlou and n
good purlieu of the uhlto Mite would
be his share. Nevertheless, he said.1
he wanted tho Homo Itulo support In
order to make absolutely sine. For.
this siinnnrt he would elm the tlntiio'
Killers one third of Iho mllc appoint
ments when lu wns cleited. Kalau
oknlnui was not very keen on incept
ing the proposition, xlltlcnl promises
being bo exceedingly cheap, and, n.t
.far as can ho learned, the dicker linn
not gone through ns yet. j
In the meantime Iho fnct that the
Democrats are considering offering
Kalauokalanl their endorsement us
support Several prominent Demo
unts nre much In favor of this plan,
but no decision will be taken before,
the Democrntle County Committed
meets next Tuesday evening, when tho
matter will he discussed.
It further appears that laukea, byj
making still other promises has got'
ten himself rather in a plckl. It W
reported that when Harry Jucu sc
cured Iho support of tho Caucu
lor the place Is Deputy Sher
iff on Urn Democratic ticket, laukea'
as nit very much pleased. Ho tlli
not think Hint Juen'a record was ouch
that his name would exactly strength,
en the ticket. He consequently In-
riiiced Juen In withdraw In favor of
Win. I'. Jarretl by offering to glvi
him tho nlHco or Assistant Sheilfn
when he wns elected.
A liltle later .lark Knlakiela, having
failed In neciiro tho nomination foi'
n.muti Mlt.'i-IrT lit Ihn linnrls llf both
llnpiibllcniia nnd Democrnta, was' ofj
fercd llii) nomination for Sheriff by
the Home Holers. The thought of
hnvlng .Inck for a rival disquieted
lanl.ea very much. Ho therefore .In
duced Kulnklel.i to decline to accept
tho Homo Itulo offer, by promising
him the handy Assistant Deputy Sherv,
As ii matter stands now. It Is
linrd k figure whether Knlakiela or
.lucti hns the best prospects, unless It
bo Hint luuhea-wlll create another fat
(Amodalnt Treat tpeeial Cablt)
MONTREAL, Canada, Oct. 13.
There was a run today on the local
branch of the Ontario Bank.
WITH ANCIENT HAWAII
Jamie Wilder, head of tho enter
tnlnment committee of tho Unlversl'
ly Club, treated Ills follow-clubmen to
a program last evening which Is not
likely to be duplicated again In these
iBlands. During his search for Ha
waiian types for art purposes Mr
Wilder lias sought out artUts who
I on, it (tallica fr. l n
MAUU IN NEW YORK
We Have The
In clothes to meet your de
sire. We have had the prop
er qualities right along, even
those of ultra-fashionable cut
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothes are sold nowadays,
there Is no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion,
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNEP FORT AND HOTEL ST8.
Street Car Dying Man
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 13. W.
A. Burnett was killed today and
many other passengers were Injured
by the emachup of a runaway street
car. perform on tho most ancient musical
Instruments known to Hawallans.
Thero Is one man and only ono who
can piny tho nose flute of ancient
times and tho Hawaiian Jews-harp.
Wilder found this man. He with oth
ers ncrformed at the Club last even
ing and gavn demonstrations 'which
the oldest residents present had nev
er witnessed. As an exemplification
of ancient Hawaii tho program has
never been equaled and was of espe
cial historical Interest.
Tho preacher has to be a good work
er to hold down his Job.
A single day's delay may forever
lose you the chance of securing life
Insurance. Every year the
declines thousands of persons, many
of whom, had they applied In tlmo
would have been accepted.
Insurance In the Prudential Is a
blessing. Apply for It NOW.
'Frisco Rob Take Game
(AtxtcMtA Pre Bptclal Cable
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 13
Policeman John Law was caught to
day robbing a dying man.
Aala Park Neetins
, The Republicans will hold a bis
meeting tonight at Aala Park, at which
the Portuguese band and quintet clubs
will bn n grca: attraction. 'Jos. K. Ka'
urpuu will preside. The speakers will
be ns follows- John A'. Huches. J. 11.
B. Kaleo, dcorgc A. Davis, S. C. Dwlght,
W. T. Rawlins. K. K. Ullkalanl, A.'V.
Gear, I-;. A. C. l-ong, Cbas, Huftacc, Jr..
H. A, Doiithltt, W. H, Kahumokit;
Henry C, Vldu, A. D. Castro, C. U.
Malle. E. W. Ouliin. T.. '
Through some misunderstanding the
Home Rulers were overlooked, and the
Republicans given the right to use Aa
la Fnrk for their meeting tonight, i.t
though It was the Home Rulers' turn
by rights. Thu Homo Rulers felt sore,
whereupon tho Republican leaders gen
erously offered their opponents to have
the band stand nnd tho lower part of
tho park, us long as they themselves
could uuo tho upper part, where the
intended to erect a temporary rostrum.
The Homo Rulers, uot to be outdone In
geucioslty, declined to accept tho offer,
and as a consequence the Republicans
win bo the soio cock of tho walk.
MMoetatrrf I'mi Special Cable)
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 13. The score
of the baseball championship game
today was Chicago Americans 8. Chi
cago Nationals S.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 12.
SUGAR: 88 analysis beets, 9s. 5 1-4d.
Parity, 3.98 cents. Previous quota
tion, 9s, Cd,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 13.
SUGAR! Beets, 88analysls, 9s 4 12d.
CLUBS TO AMALGAMATE
The Manoa Improvement Cl'ih met
last night, a number of member of the
College Hills Club being present, nn I
It was decided to amalgamate the tv.n
organizations. The club decided to
work for the ttatlonlng ot a chemical
engine In the valley and to nrqulro n
lot for a school house. Committees wcro
appointed to look after these matters,
as welt ii3 to pecuro the services of a
patrolman and lights on the roads.
Judge II. R. Cooper was elected presi
dent In the place of Judge Robinson,
who has reBlgnt d on account of remov
al from Iho district.
tho third Senator n their ticket. Is I political Job In the pollre department
probably another bid for Homo Rule no as to natlsfy them both.
laBaaeagrffHiiii u.un i j. ..u-.i il n .i.. - a ?mEzz&m
And Rode Safely .
The ten typhoon of September the moorings of tho Coptic held" nnd
18. which wept tho harbor of lions caved her from tho fate of so many
kong nnd Le.it ro many other vessels I" other ships.
the bottom or piled them on tho shorr. The storm occurred on September IS.
tangled mareei, of wreckage, left th On the :.Fth thu Coptic sailed for-A me r.
steamer Coptic practically uiiEcatclied. lea, delayed only two days by the ex-
As sho steamed into the linrbor of Ho- pcrlenres through which sho had pas
nolulit this morning nnd up lo the sed, She carries no. passengers, except
Hackfcld wharf, sho bore hut slight tho -31 Japanese. In tho steerage. Sho
marks ot the fury of the storm tlirougn had been lying In the harbor ot Hung
which sho had passed Her how wiu Kong for a long time, and her onlccrt.
somewhat scarred, and one of her expected her to remain there for un
house-pipes had been replaced, but oth indefinite period lint tho dlRabllng
ornlse Bho was about aa she used to bo of the Manchuria and Mongolia ncces
when Bhc calne and went r.o regularly citnted putting tho Coptic back on her
on her runs between America and th old run. When she wns sold her fit-
Orient, tings; uuch as napery, tableware, etc..
Yet the Coptic experienced all th were taken off and returned to tho
wild fury ot the wor.st typhoon that White Star line, and consequently when
has occurred in that part of the woild she received orders to sail, she was not
Your grocer bcIIs Pol Breakfast Food
Fort fit. (BvPoluh
L.tus havo your mptarm
allvrwara today and It
will be aatm lor you
when you wnnt to urn
It Inatwad of bating molt
ed ovir by tht fellow
who taken It while you
are asleeplng. There !
little cost where we
look: after It. ,
Trust Company, Ltd.
In tecent years. Her crew naw other
vosscls go down within u short dlstancu
of her. Tho saw helpless human beings
drown In hundreds, one ship crashed
Into her, damaging tho Coptic's bow
lightly, and wns Inter thrown on Hi"
Micro by tho violence, of tho wind ntul
the luBhtng wnlers ot tho harbor.
Tho wind howled about her. dionu
Ing out the cries of tho dying, the ap
peals of the helpless for help.
And through it all tho Coptic roue at
her moorings, wrenched and shaken.
but In safety. While, other vessels
dragged their nnchors and went ashore,
Idled to carry passengers. It was Im
possible to get the necessary fittings
In Hongkong In sufficient quantities,
and so tho vessel was unable to carry
Tho pcrEunnel of her officers ls con
siderably changed from what It was
when sho used to run through Honolu-.
In. Tho doctor and tho purser are'the
only ones of the old officers remaining,
Sho la under the command 'of Captain,
Dickson, who was formerly first oftlcvr
of tho Mongolia. Her old second 'offi
cer, C. II Hate, Is now tlrst orflcer"nn"d
(Continued on Page :,)
"Yes" for Wear;
"No" for Tear
Gun-Metal Calf gives more satisfac
tion when put Into shoes than any
other leather known. The strong re
sisting qualities makes It an Ideal
fall and winter shoo. Although soft
to the feet and shines like patent
leat: er It doesn't burn like old-fashion
calf Every business man should
wear this leather. Four new lasts
added to our stuck. The Pic, Hulbert,
Potay and Baltimore. Both high and
$3.b0; $4.00; VM and (5.00.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.
'Phone Main 282
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