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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., 8ATUIIDAY, OCT 13, 1906.
iXt ' MUMtiA
"I Pacific 81 ited 7:30 p. m.
Hon. Com. Regular 7!30 i m,
rf. ',; MMIOAV
3 '- , a .- v
Lei Aloha Chapter Regular
7.30 p. m.
-' AM visiting members of tba
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
HARMONS LODQE, No. I, I. O. O, F.
Meet ever; Mmnlay evening t 7:30
In I. O, O r Hatl, Kort street
K n HENDRY. Secretary
c o norriiL, n (5. i
All vIMtlrg liro'licra very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P. ,
Mccti every Tuesday evening at
'i, ,,7:30 o'clock In K. or r. Hall, K.'ny
ttreet. Visiting brother cordially Ir-'
tltet! to att'nc1. I
O. J. WHITEHEAD. CO.
F. WAI.DRON, K.R.8. i
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
MeU ever" Friday evnlPR at i
K. P. Hall, Klnrr street, at 7:30. Mem- (
bers ot Mystic Lodo, No 2, Wm. Me-1
Klolty Lodge, No. 8. and vliltlcig
brothcra cordially Invited. .
A V IIONI), C. C.
A. S. KENWAY. K.IL8. ,
HONOLULU LODGE BIB, B. P. O. E. I
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIS, B. P. O. !!., i
Will ireet In their bill, -in Miller
nd Beretanln Btrccta, tit-rj Friday
By order of tbo U. R.
IIAIIRY H. BIMP80N,
H. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
. Meets every Saturday evening at :
T:J0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
vtrssL Visiting brothers cordially In-1
rlf to attend.
M. M JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.Il.d.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
f.VU Meets on tbo 2nd and 4tb WEDNUS-
. rtOAYf erenlup" of each month at 7:3C
t ' "JlMock In K. ot I. Hall, Klug street
' Visiting Eaglua aro limited tr at
BAM McICEAOJE, Vf.V.
H. T. MOORE, ".v. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meoth every second and fourth
rniDAY of each month In I. 0. 0. F.
' Visiting brothers cordially Invited to !
V 1" DRAKE, Sachem. I
A E MURl'HY, C. ot II.,
' DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y M. I,
" Meets every second and fourth Ved
neaday of each month at San Antonio
', -Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vlted to attend.
" T. F. McTIGHE. Pros.
E V TODD. Secy.
'4" A Superior Light to all other.
H' .Aceytlene Git Is superior In quality, 1
S. mLml Lnn,a. mtAla. la, friffat ulll.
? i'fttd the air Itjn nd has no Injurious
jtrTeeU on ths eves.
j,,; For .jriner parti-viars inquire si
!" "the1 offlre.
Also Calcium Carb!da of all sizes. In
3-' drums and small cans, for Generators
.. and Automobile Lamps and an sizes
f'.J and grades ot Gi Mantles and Gasi
$ k Burner. '
;' Washington Light Co..
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 14S Merchant 8L
Wfe Delivery Wagons
As to their neatness or slubblness '
Dullness men, you'll admit it is i
rnore profitable, If tlile Impression to
customer or prospective xustomers, j
It one pf neitness.
Why net, msko that kind of an Im
preislon with your delivery wagon?
Rrlnrt It In MB .inrl uu'll rpnlr anri
feijfpalnt It at a low charge so well, It
"jWSAvlll do so,
7 QUEEN ST. TfZL. MAhN 47. i
P. O. BOX 103.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
Blank hooka of all sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pdb.
: p.. t,.L ..,.. ..--, jy w
1 fTfh Old DUrcd Cj X
If the paper on your wall Is so af
fected it Is cure to give your house
a dilapidated appearance.
Why not select an up-todate pat
tern from our New Stock and make
the house look like new?
WE HAVE A
PLAIN AND FANCY PATTERNS.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 s. kinq st;
Tel. Main 198
P. O. Box 192.
Lord and Belser,
Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KnWAIAHAO 8TS.
Wear Woolen Worsteds
A new and comnlete line of both
English and American manufacture
now in stock.
Order now and have a stylish, long
wearing, well-tlttlng cult made to your
oider from thla handsome material,
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
02 King 3t.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET.
' Clothing NeStneSS
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINQ.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND'PRE38ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET.
O. FAR I A
PINE SUIT8 PROM 1S UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP 8T.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU PENOVATIfIG CO.,
J, J. Fern, Mansger,
Rlcliardb near Queen Stt. All tele
phone mescage promptly attended to.
I Wo call for and deliver, Dyeing .Kirs.
I LOCAL ANDIENEIAL 1
I More Is done with words than with
hands; and Bulletin Want-Ad. words
re the busiest words In the world.
The Globe fJh It cheaper.
Don't ml r ipra' sale Monday
AuUm for blip ut Tr jUablM.
Your jriiccr clif Pol ricakfnn I'ood
l'rcd llnriloii It i illuii.j; u li.il.nj
In llif utiiiK hnti'l
Mrs. C L. WIrIu will ntrhc from tliu'
malnlaiiil on the Sonuni.i. i
Mrn I). It. Drew wan im nrrhtti;
imaartiBi'r tin tlic fiiiumi.i !
Miss 1J Lycctt. nf I,. II. Kcir fc Co , 1
ci lotisly III at tlic (Jm-oii'D llospltnl
Huiry JUy i'o. fti" hiving fr't
raniplo inck.iKk's of l'ol Uriaktast i
Nvnlly fnrnlilied rooms at the Ihip-
nhir. 1, $1X0 ati'l (2 per wicli. 1213
Mis. C L. Dk-Kurnii will liae n
inai;nilliiii nilllliKT ocnliiR on tlic
1 21M of O-tolior WAIT'
C. ItciK'iiiann ot Hip Honolulu Iron
I 'Work returned on ill Sonoma today
Mom n trip to the Cojit.
I Tlic rush Tor llootli'i yoston llakcd
I Boan. at tainple ptkes ai Ic'a It
SionliiR dull) Hitter lii.n. .
Don't mlii EIiUth' sale .limiluy
New line of riiii metal caif shoes for
men Just opcii'd at Manufacturer!) Shoe
Co, Both high nml low culs.
i Try u pillon of jniie Kenturky Hour
ll.on whiskey from Criterion Jolililn"
Deimitmcnl I'liont Main 3ii.
Cent Jour Iron roofs with "Arabic
Yuti iv 111 t, gurprlsed at Its coollus and i
prexarratlve jirupcrtlcs. California '
Feed Co , neonW. 1
C(iiiiianlca 11, V. a nml E, HonplUI
mid Signal Corps, will iireemlilc under
iirdem at thn Drill .Shed nt .", p in tti-1
"The Oinnincnts of a Chilnllau" If
Mrn. H. E. Damon's stilijiit at the not-1
pel Mission, Fort ttreet, this evinni
lit 7:30. The public U conll.illy luvll
.. ........ . ,- m.. .. .... I
3D and 3V. Kn"-lal ut Saclm' on Mnu-i
.lay only 2.V d. IIIk uiIi.ch In l.uc .ui-
lulus mid pllluv, tups.
k'ce ail III Ihb
Mlmt t If Inn VVIIiliM lirrllcl hlilllO
on the Souomii for u Mt of n fewl
iimiilliM with lnr rclathcH. Mlns Wilder1
Is now owner of u lingo lnnih In Cil
Ifotiiln I'mtraltH of imullilatOH leprodiiceil
lr. hiilftouo on t.liort notice; also ile
ylgnliiK. i.'UKrialiiR and printing of all
ilcpcilptlons. I'nrnillKO of tho I'niin:,
Miss IMiiii l.lu.ul. who unilerweiit .in
operation on Tili'gil.iy IiikI nt ll.e
Cjiirrn's h(iiltul for nppi'iullcltls, Ij
i-nlil by her phyt.lclmi, Dr. Juilil.to In.
doing na well us can bo expected. '
Remember n ilcllcln.ia dinner at the
popular price of ono dollar la serwii,
cery evming on me great nemi-cii-
eular lanat of thn HcjkIiIo Hotel. Rett
jMiluo for tho money mid coolest place
in ion u in nine.
Whitney tz Miirnh are making u t et
lal display this week of the new mi-
hiu'h w.irh goods, which they li.ne Jithl I
optneil. 'lite designs and materlala ur?,
j (specially good and tho prices luw.
Don'uinlsa Lhlcrs' aalo Monday. iiif lUIzciih will be held today to lorm
Mr. K. Miyakawn gives u roccptloul,, ninm.llli'i i hafely nml rid the city
today In honor of .Mr. ". Aknl, nuinagei !tlf t,tny ihliOi.
,,f llin V1yli!i.f, Qn.,. iLiitC 1.1,1 lit I
.....:":.;..:..'.;. ;.:.;,:;".. i
IIUIIUIIIIII, ill .)IU;illUKl, )UIIIII, liun,
2 to 5 o'cloclt p. in. Mr. Al.al re. cut
arrived from ijpan to take (lunge
flm Cutliollc 'lnireli of our Lmly ot
the MoiiiiI, Kalul nl Kiilllil-uUil, In
cliiugo of Rev. I'liiln r Cicment. Ti
moriow, October lllli. XVIIIlli Sunday
ufter lVnteiost, l'e.iil of th" Mmcrult
of the M. II. V.. II ii. in., mas, -"i inn
colleitlou, Sunday M'hool
MIijh Huu Mott, KlHler or the Major
ot O.iMuiul, a((iiiiipanlvd by her
trtinil. Miss Towle. j n'cunt Eradual
of Mills CoJIcgii, lh HinIiig at the Roy
al Hawaiian Hotel, und tl.c two joiing
vnmen nrc siHinlliit' a icry pleasant
tlmo here, beliu- muM dellghtlully en
lerlnlni'.l li) filemlii.
The tlino of ihe .deu'a meeting at thn
V. M C. A. has lulu nioed up to 4
o'clock Sunday nlleniouii. TIiIh glc
tlmo for Mr. l).i' lllblu ilnss at n. The
niccllng tomorrow will bo nildrepiril by
Ro C 11. Turner. All tiicn me lullo.l
to tho meeting mid BlbU claim.
Don't miss Ehlcis' sale Monday
Tho Catholic Cliurch ot St. John the
Baptist, Knlllilw.'icn.i, In (iiiiku of Rev
Father Clement. Tomoriow. October
11th, XVlIlth Suuila after I'cMCi'ost.
'i.T ! , ;. T'
east of tho Maternity of tho M. II. ..l
8:30 n. in., high muss, fceimon. inllee
Hon. Sunday school. 4 p. in. Rosary.
Tho Piirnillso of Ihe I'mcMc for Oct
ober Ih out, pieeentlug lis usual at
IiikUvo alipearame. Among the Inter
esting articles In this number Is one
by Mrs. Langlnu destilblng tho enlei
tnliiment of tho visiting California ed
itors, and one on Buddhism In Hawaii
liy.MiK. (.Ulan s. Mcslck.
Chrlbtliin Church, corner Alakeu and
King streets. Junior (' E 9 a. m.;
Senior C. E., ;3U p. in.; Bible school
i; 15 u. m.; punching 11 n, ni. mid 7:3il
p. in Tho piihlur will jircuch muiulng
and night. In tho evening the lat,t ot
the iUtilcs on hand will bo answered
It pcrtalnb to thu prolilcm of tho Trin
ity, You arc tordlully Invited to uny
and all Eervkcj 0. D. Edwards, pas
ter Don't miss Killers' salo Monday
First Methodist Episcopal I'huiih,
located corner fleictunlu mid .Miller
Greets, John W. Wndniiiu, jiaktor. Scr
'vices tomoiiow us follows: 10 a. nf.,
Suiidny school; 11 n. m., public wor
ship. Pastor pieadics; subjeit '"lliree
Interesting Types." li'.ilO V w . Ul'
vvftrth Lenguo for Ynunft Vonplo and
their friends. 7:30 p. in., public wor
ship. Pastor will siieak on "Tho Mau
Who Found tho Pot nf fliilrt." The
piibllu Is luidlully liivlled IO(ull Ihc&t
.LJMu&i - iiMAij. rAvia
Do I Need
V No, I tlon't need 'em,
cau. I can't iea If I
could rMi I'd get glume,
(ure, I'd oo to
A. N. Sanford,
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
.HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WGRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 K.NO STREET,
P UmblFlff PermilS.
I' Ynmaiie, nuthouse
Kulllil: Ivuimi; Cluing.
t...i...H on. h ......n....
,ilil.,in oiliu. r-w iiikv
Froil. lliirrNon, hi Id. nlori'. I'ort
mid lli'iclnnlii vim.-. John Not!
I C. I). Wulher, lioal lions.', ndjolnlni;
Mrllo llo.it Chili.
, San Yuen Hop. 2-ntmy l.l'clfn. 1011
Mnunnken nil eel.
EARTHCUWKU IN ITALY
ralermo (),i 12. Eiutli(ii.il.cs I,, vo
done sreit ili.nujre In Sicily 'Hiiro
1-axe been one huiiiin'd a'tnika In Ciil
nbil.i wllhln II m' (lii)K.
COMMITTEE OF SAFETY
San From I no. Oil. 12. A uiertlng
TAFT MAKES PROMI3E8
Havana. (Id. 12. Socictnri Tnfi bin
' mid the Cub ins that Iho United Stitci
will withdraw Its gouirumcm from the
IskiiulH as noon ns fair elections cm bo
DECIDE TO KICK
St. Julilib N F, Oct. 12. "I lie elb-lur-t
haii ilccld"d to oppose tho modus
lvtndi Ui'iirUlME tho Ncwfouiiiiluinl
fljlieilts, whL'i hua bceu reached 0)
the United States and great Britain.
DE WITTE HAD ENOUGH
Parle Oct l.'. Count de Willi-, for
mer premier o Ituulu, Is In tli'. dt.
He dfclarcs li will nevi'V ictutn U o
Mce. PARLIAMENT TO CONVENE
Fails, Oct. ii rnrllntuciit will on.
veno October 2,i
Irnporinllups per O. S. S. Sonoma,
JJ'JV'"S i,,'"!!". ZZt
prapes, 32 eraiVrf celery, 21 ci
ml' ., ,,ningeH flga.
,-a ' tin, l.ni'fiu Hfu '1 hnvnri
-wpt,1-.!-. 3. i.oxc. noultrv. 14
',xes oysters, I box artichokes. IIS
Loxes Imltcr, "B tasps eggs. 2 paikcd
iiisea, x packages, 4 cratea and 5 balea
men handlhc, 13 boxea jipluni, 40
boxes inerdiandlso, 1 wheel, 1 cratn
dog, 3 boxes nutmegs, 3 boxes pearsy
? ciates plums, 2 bundles cheese, 7
I aloj and 1 Inn inedlrlnes.
Is Your Name
London, Sept 2i. Ailliur Meredith
llurlie. Eon of the Into Sir Bernard
Burke, uimpili'r of "Buiko'H Peerage,
la completing u work whldi ho cull)
"I'romlneijt rumllles of tho Dulled
States uf Amerlia."
Ono of the upednieu pages s devoted
to thu coat of iirniH nml genealogical
history of tho Roonaiclt family, show
ing that 1 1 1 'j call lest iccordcd ancestor
ot the Puut hut, Clae Maiteiisren Van
Itosenvell, ckiluinlcd from Zeiiliinil, In
Hollimd. to die New Netherlands In
HM'i. Iho pmruny ot Ibis man Is
ylinwji In hnvo figured prominently In
ll)o military and ! It lilhlory of New
Yoik, riilmlnatlug In tho pntllrulaily
btrenuouH nml brilliant career ot 'Ihco
Blank books of a'l Borta, ledgerl
etc , manufactured by tha Bulletin Pub
ifa u&&toiiz&LiA iui
AJM -.. .,,
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In Harvard Unlertlty.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGE8;
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Wm, G. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
COPTIC BRAVED TUIIY
(Contfnucl from Page I)
ii. i.i.. T-i.- .... J.. ,..i .....
MIIIIIIKI 1IH ,U..1,W HVU ..-
glncer of tho Doric Is chief engineer of
the Coptic, and Mr. Hill, formerly third
ulllccr of the Doric. Is now n-i ond olllcer
of the Coptic
The hte.imcr brings 341 ton& or
freight for Honolulu, Including 20J
lialcH of gunny lugs. She curries 2C27
toiiH of i.irgo for the Coast.
On arriving nt S.ui Francisco tho
Coptic's inline is to bo (hanged to the
Fersla. It a dclrel In mako lh"
(h.inge at Hongkong, but on account
(if some (lllllrully In lonneellrn with
tho laws giivinlng Hiich diunges, It
(iiuld not lie done ther",
It Is a tale of moro than usual Inter
est which tho olIlcerH of thn Coptic have
to tell of thn tphoon which, wrecked
nearly ewry ciaft in the luirinir ot
Hongkong and destroyed pnictlnll ii.i
wlnrfiigoiiml ahlpplng facilities at that
port. That iho nhlp herself escaped
mciiW nlinust miraculous.
Ordinarily a typhoon can be prcdict
id iiboiil three dayx in mlvmice of Its
.irrlvel. In Iho case of Iho Hongkong
typhoiiu, leva than linlf mi hour'H v.-nin-iug
was given, The norm was picdUt
ed on tlic 10th by thn Jesuit nhscrv
ntoiy at Slccwcl, but for tonic unknown
leusou the Ilungkong ohsnvutury doeri
not keep In touch with tlieobiiervntorlcMitiiiht hud violated tho Sherman nnll-
ul Slccwcl and roino other places, anil ,lfcl hl atl(l lp imtl ,frc,ic,i t0 begin
tonsciiuciitly know nothing about the'.,,. ,.,,.. (h ronllm.... Tlllg ,ic,i.
upptoaching storm. Ordinarily tlneo
notle(s aio given of Ihe approach of n
typhoon. A storm Mgnal Is displayed
when tho storm Is 3uu miles distant.
Thu typhoon ball drops on Iho neaici
iippiiMch of the typhoon, und when the
storm Is about to commence, tho ty
phoon gnu Is Hied. In Ibis Instance all
three slgiiuls enmo practically togeth
er. The storm slgnnl wiih displayed at
7:43, and at K:20 thu typhoon gun
boomed IIh warning. But by that tlmo
tlie storm was already on CouBcmient
ly, tho many ei.itt In thn harbor, pas
bcngur stcameis, vessels of war, Ohin
esi) junks, tuinpans, Hailing vchecU and
ull llio other water conveyances, had
no warning. Thero was no chance ot
escape for llicni. Thi-y were caught un
prepared, and how many lives were
last will never bo known. Tho olllceia
of tho Coptic say that tho loss Is prob
niilj Hither over than under 10,000. Moot
ot thei-e, of course, were natives. Not
over CO whilo people mo believed to
have been drowned. 'Iho mo-:t prom
Incut of thu.-'e vvua BUhop ollino ot Iho
Thu storm wns at Its height Insld", ot
mi hour, 'tlm hnrlior (,f iiiingkoug is
I piaclk'.illy laud locked, hut tliu naves
mo sain io nave uecu ncuny iiurvy icci
In height. No ono Bccins to know ex-
actly tno velocity of tliu. wind, but It Is
u!il,l tlini ll (mil, I twit limn hp,.nlle.ts
than 100 miles mi hour durlngwt'. ot
tho time. At II o'clock the storm huu
passed, but tt had wiuughl Indescrlb
At tho height of tho typhoon fuosr
oii bo.iiil thu Coptic huw a big Chlutas
liver boat, not over fj0 feet dlstmit, on
her. beam cuds nnd apparently drifting
rapidly down onto tho Coptic. A bun
dled shrieking Ohlium wcru clinging
to the rigg,lug und holding onto thu'
sldc4 ot tno boat. Bcloro slio ieneheil
too Coptic alio went itowu, wiiu eveiy
body nboard lier, and nil wero drowned
before Iho eyes nt the Coptic's new,
who wcio unable to render and ubsIsi
mice. Later, tno Bleainshlp Pelimch
drove down onto tho Coptl's bows, dum
uglng ihe latter veceel uomewlut but
belug raoro severely Injutcd herself.
She sti ue'le side on and tho Coptl's bow
cut u deep gash Into her. Tlie I'etrnich,
utter dearlng tho Coptic, drifted on
towaid Kuvvluon mid went ashorothcic,
Thero wcio a iiiimhei of vobsels uf
war In thu haibor, und nil ot them sua
tallied moro ur less damage. Two
"?1 l?r'HP.?!:?'l.'!?.hrB..J.C"d"','''''ll' In Clilcmo would not ho a
""i" ni"... ","
but wnh not greatly Injmed. The
Fronde, however, Is n total wreck. Pho
logiaphs In tho possession nt Purser
Morphy of tho Coptic show thn Fronde
lying on tho shot a looking ns If shn her.
self had le on blown up by it loipcdu
II M. S, bloop I'houilv was piled on
the beach at Kowtoon. The British
destrojer Taku, tho rher gunboat
Moorhen and tho gunboat Robin weio
Lurgc numbers of steamers and sail..
inc TC'Hem wire wrecked or iiamagcu.
i'llio (leriiinu rteamer Apicuradc found.
crednnd was a total wreck, one life
bcuig losL The (Icrmiin steamer Jo
linniic was benched and bn.lly damaged.
Ino Herman steamer Signal wns nlau
I beached but not seriously Injured '1 In1
lliltlih ste.imer Fatslufn went ashore
i In Kowloon biy nml was badly dam-
uged. Jhreo HM'S were lost nuoaru
her. Tho Biltlsh steamtr Motiteuglc
ol?o went usli'jre, but was not greatly
hurt. 'Die lvwoiigchow, n lirltlsh
steamer, sanlc olt tho Kowloon tlod
owns wud Cnptaln Jlea'd anil his now
wcio UiowneJ, 'Ihe Strathmore (ol
llded ivith tlfo (Jiilnla and wax badly
Uamased, ns was the 1'ilnz Wuldcin.ir
((leriiinu). The American ship II. 1'.
HltililocK went ashore at Kowloon and
had her hull badly damaged and he fore
topmast earned away. J lie American
Hliii) I F. Chapman lost her main loy
al mast. The British river steamer
Wing Chnl went ashore In Kowloon nml
broke her li.uk, and I lie Kong .Nam,
nldo a Biltlsh ther Btcamcr, wns com
pletely wrecked. The German steamer
Emma Luykcti went ashore but was
not Kcrlously damaged. The Brlllfji
Changsha alio went nshoie, us did tlic
old steamer Rosarlu and the British
Bi.amor 'Ink Illug. The Ktnshau, a
line llrltlili rher steamer, was wrecked
'Ihe Uritliih stoamcr Hciingihmi went
ashore on Unn Chan Island, with a lauo
luck through her bottom,
Iho Dutch steamer TJUIwong collid
ed with the Emma Luykcn and the lie
awonne and w.iu badly damaged on
I tho poit side. The Dcwiwotigkc hud
her bon-a stove in. The American
steamer Borsogon foundered along side
! the Kowloon docks and caught lire.
Thu master of tho Chlneso twin scicw
rlcr ste.imer San Cheung (British)
wns unablo to get up steam in time to
ihelp himself and the cssel Bank nt
the dock and broke her hack. The
wucden hciow rler steamer l'al: Kong
I went nbhore. 'Iho Sado Maru was
! uinonrj tho oikc1h which was lujurctl.
I When tho storm passed nwny the
I Imtbor wiih stlown with wreekagt.
i 1'iuctleally etcry sampan, lighter and
i rlvir boat In the harbor was gone. Most
ot tho larger Nes-cls wcic either nshur.
. ur iIhih.'ii;im1 to a creatcr or less extent.
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if' 1L tt O" III llll' ,1IIVI1M,U11 lliu ,tl,o,l
cruiser Terrible lame nnd leporled thai
rIic had seen no bad weather whatever
'I ho next day uho picked up 200 dcuil
bodies, For duyi the dead weiu lloal
Ing on tho waters of tho liutlioi, mid
up to Iho time tho Coptic left It wits
impossible to more than upproxlmato
the loss of life nml tho d.nuagu done
by tho storm. At Hongkong, out of 2b
v.li.u vc.i onl) Ihiee were left standing.
The entire Ashing fleet was lost outside
An Investigation or the Hongkong
observatory Is to be made, to endeavor
to ascertain why It did not glvo warn
ing ot tho appro-idling typhoon.
Tho Coptic will salt for San Fian
clpio nl I o'clock Ibis nftcrnoou.
Oitrror Tpiiet RoPnrH
OUgdl IIUOl IlCUUI U
is Again Exposed
Philadelphia., Pa., Sept. 23. Gcorgo
II, Earlc, receiver of tho Real Estate
Trust Company, announced tonight
Ihut ho hud laid before President Roo
wivcll iho evidence that tho sugar
Mill ngalust the company. This (led
flun was reached niter ho had rnnilo
futile efforts lo Induce the sugnr trust
to either luko up tho 49 per cent, of
thu stock of tho Shaekamclon sugar
jellnery, which Adolph Segal trans
ferred to tho trust company, or con
rent to the opening ot the refinery, so
thu Real Estnto Trust Company couU
icalize on thu stock.
James Uuy (lordou, who represented
thu cugar ttust, would not eminent
'o either proposition submitted by
the receiver. Begul, who wbh pica
out, said that when ho sold 31 per
cent of the clock of tho rellnery ho
was given to understand that the pur
chaser represented thu Mutual Life
Insurance Company of New York and
that the business would bo continued.
Soon after the salo the icllnciy was
Mr Eurle communicated recently
with tho Department ot Justice con
cerning thu alleged conspiracy of tho
trust, mid unlet wiutie or tno hocici
Service enmo here. Tho receiver held
it long conference! today with C. E.
HotchkliH of New York, lcprcscntlug
tho American Mugar Rellnlng Com
pany Timothy Healy And
His Ownership Views
Chicago, Sept. 23. Timothy Mich
ncl Healy, M. P., perhaps tho in out
conspicuous of Irish statesmen, Is
Mopping over n fow dnya In Chicago
on his way to California, where ho
will look over somo legal mutters eon
IKcted with his olllco as King's Conn
ii lor, Iho chuiiutcr of which he would
not divulge. Incidentally Mr. Healy
pialsed Pr-tkMt'iit Roosevelt for his
nctloii In coming out for spelling re
lot in. It will hencut ehlldien with
limited educational possibilities, hu
Mr. Healy was surprised when hu
was compelled ta pay "two penco lia
penny" lot a rldo of one block In a
rticet car. He lelt auro "such a rldo
In Dublin would havo cost but a ha'
Then Mi. Hnaly did not hesltato to
rvnrnuu lilu n,ilnl,. (lint ,,, , tl nnl
i Di, ,,,.. r i,ni erta ken iv t io nresenl
in any other administration.
"Whilo 1 nin far from posing ns an
itiithoilly on tho subject, my onset vr.
tlnn lends mo to hellavo that iminlcl
pul owiuuKhlp In Chicago will not bo
buccal," he bald. "It lu tiuo that
It has been tucccttful In Ulasguw, but
L.At t$mmJta? u,mi,. JU.Jb
Any woman who suffers from
Cramp, Backache, Nervous ec
Sick Headache, Poor AppeMle, Co,
tlvenet or General Weakne
needs the Bitters to rnnko her well
again. It has cured thousands In
tho past SO year. In cosca of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malrl,,lt
stands flrat. Try a bottlo.
PEOPLE OF Nil
Talk and Eat Their Way
County Sheriff Brown returned Ibis
morning from llalelwa, where ho left
the rest of tho touring Republican
(andldafcH Mils morning. Ho will le
turn lo Join them this evening.
"We had an excellent dip ull thu
way," said tho Sheriff tills morning.
"WC had good crowds everywhere,
nnd I think tho political situation In
tho Knohius looks far Hcttcr for Iho
Republican party this year than it
tins over been before
"Wo left here last Thursday morn
ing nnil an I veil at Kaucohu nt 10
o'clock. A meeting wns huld thero
with II. W. Lelclwl, tho Koolatipokn
candidate for Representallvc, presid
ing. Thero were nboiit fifty people
pi event, who received tbo Hpceehes
well. At 2 p. in. Vo arrived at Wnl
Inn. Wo stopped at Cnptaln Paiker'a
phuc, where, u limn had been prepar
ed fur us, and made speeches. In tliu
evening we spoku nt Wnlkmio. spend
ing thu night nt Senator McCandless'
"Yesterday wo started at- 8 n. m ,
arriving nt HI u. in. at Kiihaun, where
wo had another lunii and mmlo moiu
nddresses. At 2 p. in. wo spoka nt
Haiiuln, mid In tho evening wo arriv
ed At lnle, wheru n Due luau was pre
pared for us by Judge Naliloa. Wo
rpoICo at tho dancing hall, thero being
music, singing and dancing between
the speeches, mid did not wind up be
fore I o'clock Ibis morning. Thin
morning wu wen: to llnlelwn, vvliero
Iho rent of tho candidates nro now.
Wo will speak nt Walalua tonight and
nt Wnlanao tomorrow."
It by no means follow a that It will ho
equally successful In Chicago. Poll
ties enters so largely Into municipal
affairs In this city that It hcciiih to mo
It would wreck nny such proposition."
"You arc not a believer In municipal
"No, I am not. Glasgow and Liver
pool picscut sonic phases of kucccsj
In thu municipal operation of tiam
ways, but they nro Isolated Instances.
I am certain thu system which is In
vogue In thesu cities would bo titteily
imprnctldihlo In a city llko Chicago."
"What about tJovernuitnt owner
Milp?" "1 have read with great Interest Mr.
Bryun'H pioposal. It scents to mo bin
Idea Is utterly foolish, ulllioiir.li I
hnvo not niado n close study of thu
matter. A hiirdcnsoniu Government
debt, It would seem to mo, would
iiulckly become much mora uf a mou
rn c than a series of heavy municipal
or Statu debts.
"Tho question of municipal debt la
fast becoming tha greatest problem
lu the United Kingdom. Cities hnvo
sunk themselves In n sea of debt for
tramways, public utilities nnd other
munidpal enterprises, and theio U; no
solution of tho problem of how to get
"Theoictlcnlly, municipal ownership
Is a good thing, but It docs not follow
that municipal owneishlp lu u city
llko Chicago would ho n suciess. Such
a proposal Is always hmupeicd by pol
itics. That has been piovtd lu tin
Chicago. Sept. 23. Thirty-two soph
uinores of Aimour Iiibtituto of Tech
nlogy weiu arrested today for hnzing.
Ilov E. M. Dunne, chancellor of thu
dloceso of Chicago, was the complain
mil, A wholesale lound-tip of students
marked tho end of the hazing "blunt,"
tho llko of which has never been re,
conled In the annals of Iho big school.
Flrly-llvu froshnieu will h.ivn caiu-s
foruvcr to remember their cxperlouco,
cuvcrlug u night and part nt tliu day.
Freshmen vveie seen on the ntroots
wearing nil colors nt the rainbow that
can ho found In a paint pot. Some ot
thexe found their liomcj Inst night, and
some today, but their friends knew
them In their dlsgulso of red, bluo, yd
low green nnd black paint. To people
who fnvv them on the streets they wero
The Bceiip of thn hazing was a barn.
Tin co hundred ferond-year students
iifciI tho barn as a prison In which they
held neatly sixty fieslnncn captive
thioughutit the night.
Your grocer bells Pol Brcukfust Food.