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B BVEN1N0 RIIM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. It . WEDNESDAY. OCT. 21. 190C .
1 1 1 "3ST5SII a , r, !uJrrA Hi8topy irntwis jih ,
1-: I :SS:7 r? a History iliilK
Kc. - . ,ttn V Pl rnr, MlM -J l"1 B ... -. ... 1
f 71 KIH England Bakery JK9I "ill llCllIUIlO
IHEk r aHislH W Apple Blossom snlmoti anil l.ipltm'n JC "fTTi Ovfc la?
H , I aaLIH "N -1 'ran nt V J. l)ny & Co. 1 I V nV-W I
RH l ,,-...,. sIVHH V UJ Kecrelarj Atkinson left S.m Frim . , I u VJr
Hi ki imwnua l r T W ilsco October fi for New York. 1 UV oOWU3-
K M 1 UU8DAV I hMH v"- K Attend the ningnlflnuo millinery op yj nr)
B. ! I VB'Ht" sssHflasaam H l'n,"s tlil" week nt Mm. Dlckcrson's. aLJ--iF I
WL' t ' . ! Lcahl Chapter Initiation Bs&lBA A 00 1 ,,L' Anti-Saloon League Meets WfS 1 I
K' HpfTH pluirsilnj nflcrnonn nt llio Y M. C. A. I r I
K. -iii'iia HHHRHImMHH T i Friday, November 2nd. 100(1, Imj 1 I I
Hp , Perfection Regular 5-p. m. i" r . . ... . MV;,a.--, 'T"J Uj 'been set apart us Albor Day liy llio , w I X
B H Hawaiian 3ccontl Degree ' Iff-. Vht Otd BtttvTl CH Goornor I ' S. J
I 7:30 n. m I II Whisky "1 t, I Neatly furnished rooms nt tho Top- 'W
K Jf lESsfflvr .Vsw ULJ S I "' l. 1.B0 and $2 per week. 1213 1 No, don't need 'cm,
W , ifAv LVHlUrtlliW 5 S M'"orl E,rcct' ' ' I en' ' " '
K S Paeltle-Second Degree. """77 111 "'ll queen street Skating Rink will open could read I'd net glasses
. tiuhl1 BtA(w l' (Q.Uf Q Snl',r,'' evening, November 3. Rant! ure. I'd go to
B i. lci Aiona ciinpler Initiation mimm r.7 : ! . ""
K (MMMlitl T-" 'T 5 WIJo embroidery imIkImkh and corpel
E.. ai. .'.... ' " ! ."" : :.. i:4i I Ml i.opr ptnbrnlilrrlrit Prlilnv ttnoclalit at I
W .i Ti.mnBmcmncra oi ,.,, J-rBvrfBW I T " .k wi, Y m ,r.i.' ill. .u .
K lenH mt.etlt.ra ,,f Inrivl lo.leM. - fiittfiWHK i 5T l-'hl Ciinpler No. 2. O I-. S . will
B. . $uy,, Auc-T,T4HrTo5".- VXJ !5 hap n si'eclal mpcllnc tonlRlil Inllli .
Ii s I .T;,ri towtEJ' Tt A "ol1 a1 Celling members tordlally, MmmmmgammmmmmK
K' : syr-rss Mh tinned
K y 1 ; y .- oJ i Uw '' I IT.
K 'i j HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. 0. F. fJzzVzzrZVZV I (
Mccti every Monday iTentng at 7:30 -i;""j ' ' 'Tl H"
L In I. O. O. F. Han. Fort .trc-ct, -" m-".J J.
Mceti every Monday iTentng at 7:30
In I. O. O. V. Han. Fort street.
E It. 11I:NI)RY. Secretary,
c. o iiorn:!.. n. o
All Ttsltlrg bro'hera very cordially
MY81IC LODGE, No. 2, K. ef T.
Meets every Tuesday evrnlnn at
f!30 o'clock In K. ot r. Hall, KVr
itreet. Vlsttlns btotbers cordially Ic
tied to attenti.
O.J WHITEHEAD, c.c.
K. WAI HHON, K.n.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. I
Meta every Friday eveulrn at
IC. P. Hall, Klnir street, nt 7:30. Mr.ai
Iicti of Mystic Lodje, No. 2, Wra. Mc-1
Ktnley Lodgo, No. 8, and vliltldK
orothem cordially Invited.
A. I) IIOND, C. C.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODGE Bio, B. p. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. filC, I). P. O. B.,
fill meet In their hall, .in Miller
isd Bcrctanla streets, viry Friday
3y order of the V. Tt.
HARRY H. StMPSON,
R. E. MURnAT, E.R.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. B, K.of P. I
Meets every Saturday evening at
:J0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, KIhk
'rsst. Visiting brothers cordially Id-
M. M JOHNSON. C.a
E. A. JACOI1SON, K.Hd.
IONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
feets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKS '
Y evenlugn of each month nt 7:30
lock In K. of P. Hall, King PtreL I
lilting Essie j are luvlted U at
BAM McKEAOJE. W.P. '
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
A.WAIIAN TRIBE Nt. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet (very second and fourth
RIDAY of each month In I. O. G. F.
Visiting brother! cordially Invited to
W. T. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. B MURPHY, 0. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets tnery second and fourth Wed
' nesday of each month nt San Antonio
HJ, Visiting brothers cordially In
lWd to attend.
T F. McTIOHE, Pres.
E. V TODD. Seey.
A Superior Light to all others.
.Aceytleno Gss Is superior In quality,
.and cheapness radiates less heat, vltl-
I stes the air less and has no Injurious i
ItffscU on ths eves.
For iiirthtr partl--lsrs Inquire st ,
ths office. J
Also Calc'um Carbide of all sizes, In
drums and small csns, for Generators
and Automobllo Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
i K It. lli:.VI)HY. Secretary, M B
i c.n Horn:)., n. c M P
&, ; Washington Light Co.
" u uirLsni amc Msns. I
rsltphone Main 145. 143 Merchant 81
J That's the chief tiling to be oecured
I when you buy a delivery wagon.
Correctly constructed so that It Is
A. the moct convenient vehicle lor tho
s purpose It was built.
That's the way wc build them Tell
us how you want youro we'll build It
' that way and at the right price, too.
Hawaiian Carriage '
427 QUEEN 8T, TCL. MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX IP),
C, W, ZEIGLBR .. ..,Mnior
iMs-sss-sa- "-" i i s"saas
Illanli books nf all curl, lelgri
itc. iiiwniifai lurvi) bv Ilia llullbtlii I'ub-
lulling umu'uy, I
Tltc Best Paint for Kitchen
and Bathroom Floors
Put II on In the evening and
it hardens with a beautiful,
tjlossy finish before mornlnn.
It gives long and satisfactory
wear Ready mixed for use
For outside painting, where
a good paint Is needed, try our
PORCH AND STAIR PAINT.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
For Over 60 Years
nn p'ni Kwa inr over nitv
YKAItn by MII.T.loNS of Vthtrs
INti, wttn pcffK' sneeew. IT
booTiir s ibo. emm, sokthns
tho (.UJIH. auiYH all pain,
CURi:S VLVt COLIC, Qtnl U the
vy urnrcuis ia every pan oi ino
wnrM. lio turo anil utk tor Mra.
VJnim'jt f04Jthlni Rvrunnnd lakn
pnn omcr uu vu a notue.
to Old and Well-fried Rcmttlj
Tel. Main 108
P. O. Box 192.
Lord and Belser
Qcwers, Qradlng, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and 8oll
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KnWAIAHAO STS.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakca Street.
STYLISH FALL MILLIN
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MR3. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING,
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN "157.
Pirn Dion niinin Unnnn
bUII nISC UyOIDg HOUSO
1316 FORT 0TREUT.
C. FAR I A
riNc buitb rnoM is up,
mad In up to-
dt i-i ityl,
Autos for hire nt Ter. Stables.
Your grocer sells Pol Rrcnkfast Food
Rest cup of totlco In tho city. New
Applo lllosaom snlmon nnd Mpliin'n
'eas nt C J. Day & Co.
Kecrptnrj Atkinson Irft Ban Frtm .
Cisco October (! for New York.
Attend Hip inngnlflntio millinery op
enlng this wrek nt Mis. Dlckrrson'a.
1 ho Anti-Saloon League MccU
1 liiirsihj nfternonn nt tho Y M. C. A.
Friday, Not ember 2nd. 100(1, linj
lieen ret apart us Albor Day by (bo
Neatly furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular. $1, 11.50 nnd $2 per week. 1213
tlurcn street Skating Rink will open
Snlttnln) ienlug, November 3. ll.ind
Wide embroidery edgliigx and corset
coirr embroideries Friday specials at
Whitney S. Marsh's this wtek
l.e.ihl Chapter No. 2, O E. S . will
Iiihp n special meeting tonight Inllli
tlon All lsltlng members tordlally
"Arabic" I.Tcps Iron roofs freo from
rust and purfllles rain water. Ohc It'
a trial and bo cotnlnced. Cnllfornli
Feed Co, agents.
A fine Odd Fellows' Jowol, nwarded,
.,...- ... it... .i i. .'
tuiliu llllic llu II) Ililllll1lll IAniF, II I'l
been rcccned by Mnrslnf H. It llentlr
Irtim nn cirtcrn Jeweler.
Bpo imr I'orto ltlinn Panama hits
bomcthlng new' Illocked tt) tirdrr
Prlied from jr, up. Expert lint Ck.m.
trs, 1127 Fort slrect
Wnlktkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
licrgin. ACCOinmotiaiinnR, siippiirn (
and attendance nb'oliitely first class.
Finest bithlng on the beach.
TUo llcrctnnln pumping siatitui
giounila b-no been greatly lmprtned
by the erection nf n now feme Tim
5 anl has been planted with grass,
The funcrnl of Miss Vletorh Knl it
Ino of Knkniko, aged 21 earit, tool:
I'I-ko .it !) oVIotk this morning fiom
tho TowiiKcnd parlors, Alnkea street
New papcttllcs In fancy boxei Jurt
opened nt ll.iwnllan News Co. Your
l.iwirllo Hut and many new ones ni
(imoug tbcm Sec display at tho store
An cteilrlc f.m will rout oii mil) Hi
til fin ut llnnnllui Elcitile Compile
the tost to the tomfiirl )uu will derlvii
trom It Ordtr by 'phono If jou wish.
For lialnthiK Interior lloors uso Rub
ber Cement Floor Paint Mild by Lcwciit
Cooke. It dries ner night with .1
Diiperlor gluts finish 1'iep.ircd ready
Letters rcielicd from members til j
tho band ctntc that It la pl.ilng Its
vny to Rnn Franclsto, vl i Deincr, Salt
I.aki) and Uis Angeles. It inn) not re
turn before Nn ember 27.
Mrs. nomlteln I'alko died nt lu
o'tloek jesterday morning. Tho fun
crnl took place today nt 2 ti'itotk
at the Honolulu Undertaking Parlors
.Mrs Palkt) was mcr eighty earn old
Miss Joscpblnn Palockl, who tame
down to nettle the n (Taint of her sister,
Mis-! Tbcdoila Puleckl, tho nurso who
tlleil Ft) sudtltuly List mouth, left today
'in llio Alameda for her homo in Oak
land. Among the passengers on the AI f
lueibi this morning was Mrs. F. V Mi
ll iiilcl, who will upend n week In Kau I
Francisco and then go on to Chltago
pud New York for u slay of three oi
Remember a delicious dinner at the
popular price of ono dollar is scneii
eery ei enlng on tho great seml-rlr-1
tulnr lannl of tho Seaside Hotel. Reel
' vuluo for tho money and cotilcut place j
I in town to dine.
Lpou mm ion of llcrcicn in ij.tiik- j
liijiliy W T, Rawlins jtstciilny Mniy
Jiiiip Mout.mo, Andrcus A Monlnno, I
lllrfam Kolomoku, W. W. lloyd, E. N.
Vocller, John nnd (icorgo llagg.irt
were discharged by Jutlgn Dole.
Juilgo I'erry Is (jiinloil as xu)lng "In
iew nf the imturo nf the cauip.tlgii
Sheriff llinwn is now tonduitlng. uj
eldcuccd by his speeches nf Monday
mcnlug at lullel and Kaknuko, I bata
ctiiuludetl that 1 can no longer suppotl
Ocorgc Ileinlull. tho Star's rtirati
court reporter, will shortly le.uo for
llllo to tnko tho editorship of the Her
ald A M. Rums is reported to leave
tho Herald to take tho llllo Tribune.
I'bn local ncwsiMpeimcn will bo hurry
to iiiIsh llcusbnll
C. II 8. Hldwcll, tho lawjer who
Is defending Mamue, who was coulct
ed of murder In tho first tlegreo at Hue
lamcnto. writes (1 P, Castle, acknowl
edging the receipt of tho 110 fund
subscribed here, which will pay for tin
nppe.il Ho writes Hint ho finds tlutt
.Mnnaso Is descnlng of tho usslstnnca
An interesting doeumenl has been I
filed In tho Territorial art hives It 111
nn agreement between (1. P Judd, ail
ing for Coiernor Kckiiunaoa and
Jobcpli W Haward Tho lut lei agreed
In rlug the bell on tho Seaman's Chap
el In Honolulu ut 9.30 and nt 10 o'tlodt
each evening as a signal for tho nailois
to get on board their ships.
In the hearing ot the. Hills case jes
tcray In which Alfred Hills In con
testing with his two brothers, John
Mid William, ocr the properly of Mi
mother, tho latter was plated on tin
dund and gmo strong testimony for
tho defendants. She. stated Hint she
bail intentionally gltcn away all her
piopcrty In tho two boys, as they were
hnlplng hoi and looking after her
Among tho passengers nn tho Hong
kong Mam who stopped at tho Moaun
for a few bonis' rest was Victor Mituli
of I'.isailena, who Is en itntto to ths
toast from bis annual trip to the Oi
lent Mr Marsh owns ono nf the larg
fit Japanese art stores In (ha Statu of
. i niiroriua nun ritiii jonr H'lumla nuny
tlioiisaii.la In pun basing inro and beau'
J tlful things fur thn eastern tourist
'f'"1" llu wns oiiii of llio imsHPiiufliii
nn thn Manrhurla and spent leu du)i
lltiiti uwaltlug piissngn It) the Oilent
At Han I'rancluro .Mr Muisli will c)inr
tcr n car to urr his Oileutul slock in
llio koullilainl In rrptirls u iwiy
IiiiikIi utnl iltwliledl) iiiiitsiiuiiit wuk
Willi liMvy liwnl winds Mini roimli uai
11101 of ihu wuy
A. N. Sanford,
i - - - ,
f ??I?6HSl. Ksr "rfCitSigsW fiSSxS
, MONUMENT8, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDQ. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Vi-T H ErHOfp r,
i?r SPAVIN CURE
Troy Chemical Co., Hlnghamton, N. Y.
Dear t)ro: About ttw years ago a very fine, well bred mar I own
got whzt seemed to be n Dad sprain of tho olf fors fetlock, whloh mad her
very lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four months, when
I took her up, oho was hetter but still lame and got worse- whtn worked. !
thenttrled another kind of blister with about the earns results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of your 8ave-the-Horae from your agent
In this city. After treating the mare with this for about two weeks I
pave her some slow driving; she Improved very much, and by the time I
had used up the bottlo I was able to drlvo her twenty or thirty miles with
out any apparent bad effects. Sho now goes sound; I also with ths same
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will be of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN BURNELL, 401 California 8L
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped, Hock, Wind Pulf, broken down, bowed or strained tendon or
any cace of lameness. Hnrsn ran bn worked as usual nnd Mlth boots, as
no harm will result from scalding of lhnb or destruction of hair.
rr per bottle, with a wrltton
tho best legal talent could
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Bingharaton.N. Y. Vy.
TRADE SUPPLIED RY HOLLISTER DRUG Ot.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
WITH BIG CARGO
With o big pisHcnger list, tbo'Bteci
ngo tilled to overflow lug, and .1 full
tnrgti, thn Alunictlu .learned out of thn
harlior this morning on her wa In the
Coist Tlicro was llio usual big ttind
tlow ii to seo tha steamer off and to bid
L,ood!i)o lo departing fi lends, I'urier
biiillh retilted muny condolences for
Ihu 1 1 on lilo pronpeilUtly in store for
lilm, and numerous anxious iiniuirlcu
wcie mado nf the doctoi ns to wbtthei
or nut he had laid in n largo enough
mpply of p.iiugorlc. Tho entire after
part nf the essel was swarming wllh
The Alnmcd.t took about all the
freight shn toiihl cmry with such a
larpe Ha of passenger In the slecr.igo
l-'ho had In nil ubout 1000 tons of turgo,
Including OOuO sacks ot lefnieil sugar
nnd suuii sniks of inw. There wcie
also IMlO bunches of bjnanau, togeth
er with u mixed UHPorlmeiit of tithe;
freight The Alamtda blew her de
parting wlilulo at 10.15.
DULLUTIN AD8. PAV-
With the earning of Fall even In
this climate fashion decrees the
changing of men's suits from the llo.lt
ter colors to the darker
Wo considered tho Autumn's com
ingperhaps you didn't and purchas
rri a handsome stock of dark sultini-js
nf worsteds and cheviots In many tl li
If you order your fall suit from us
It will embody all tho latest styles
adapted to your particular measure,
To regular customers we are known
as "TAILORS WHO FIT."
W. W. Aliana & Co,,
S3 King 81,
I'HOMU ULUE 3?i (, 0, Uox 000,
N TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In Harvard University.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGES;
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Eaiy Monthly Payments At
Wm, G. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT ANO HOTEL STREETS
guarantee, as binding to protect you as
CHANGES IN CABINET
Washington, Oct. 23. Attorney Hen.
cr.il Moody will ictlro limn the I'nb
Inel tin January 1, and Secretary Hh.iv
on March I Postmaster tlcncriil Cor-
lelj on will become Secretary of the
TiciBiir), Von Mcjer will be Posl
mauler Ccneral, Donapurtc will bo At
torney (iencr.il, Me tea It Secretary of
tho Nay and Oscar Strauss, former!
V K. Minister to Turkey, will head the
Department of Commerce nnd Labor,
London. October 23. Ocn. Hlr Red'
u-rs Duller, oun of the iinfortunite
'Ililtlsh tommanders In the Doer 'ci
has gono on the retired list.
MAYOR 3T0P8 PLAY
I'lill.ulclphla, Oct, 2J. Tho Major
has lorlihhlen tho pioiluctltiu oi u play
tailed "flic CldiiHmun," hecauso of
JURY 8PURN8 POLITICS
Now York, October 23. The grand
Jul lias Ignored the toriuptlon
charges made by Murphy against the
Chicago, Oct 23. II. E Nichols hap
tonfcsM'il that ho inuidniad tho acticss,
.Maigaict Islle, and lobbctl her of
Jowehy woilh $2000.
ANNA HELD ROBBED
Cleveland, O, Oct 2.1 Anna Held,
the I'lamli uctinss, lias been lubbud ol
Jewelry valued ut f 10,000.
Washington. October 2,1 Win ,J
Hi), in picdlcts that the next Homo
will bn llcjimrratlc
Vladivostok, Oil, S3, Hlxly pooplti
Irnvt) been imcupiI mm llio mined
I I lH i
POPE HAS QOUT
Itniiin ()et S3 -Tho I'lipu U III vvlUl
Denies That Portuguese
Broke Up Former
"I wnnt heir tonight lo nnswer noma
of tho Insults mado about the Portu
guese on Piinrhliowl." The speaker
was M. A, Blla, who thundered forth
In his usunl stormy manner at tho
Democratic meeting nt Emma Square
last night. "They say that some Por
tuguese disturbed n meeting held
there. Who was to blame for Hint
It It was not tho party which gna
freo beer ant! whisky to every man
and child nt tho meeting? Was it
done on puiTiosc? Why did they
throw open n saloon not fifty feet
away nnd gtvo ccrynno n gencrnl In
llntlon to bnc nil they wanted be
cause It had been paid for? This w-ns
ii double insult lo tho Portuguese. The
first insult was In trying to buy their
otcs with booze, and ocry Portu
guese voter ought to resent the InsulJ.
Do the Repiihllrnns think that they
ran buy n Portuguese with n glass or
wine? That Is the opinion tho Repub
licans Imc of tho Portugueso nnd it
"Then they blamed the row on two
or three hoR who had nothing lo tin
with it nnd even went around anil
tried to hao tbrso boys fired from
llielr Jobs. Is Hint n way to help the
Repuhllinn ticket, by getting some
'They go nrountl, In Knkaako nnd
Inllcl, for instance, with beer and
whisky ns arguments. When a party
gets so Inw Hint It has to do this It Is
llmo to bury it so deep that It will
necr rise "again, nnd I bcllovc that
j on icallze with mo that that time
Fred. Torrlll, another flro enter, also
mado nn ultra strenuous speech, roast
ing tho Republicans In gencrnl, and
Jumping nioro especially on Sam
Johnson nnd tha "road machine." Re
garding Hi own ho said:
"I go out to Mollllll nnd I find a one
turned knnnkn speaking for Drown.
Ho tells tho Hawnllans on the side
Hint Drown won't arrest them unless
they commit n serious crime. What
n'ceii 111 own wnnt? Does n man have
lo murder hero beforo tho police will
touch him? Inukci Is n man, honest
and square. He will carry out tho
law- and be will have men llko Sllvn
nnd others to change tho laws nnd
malic them right. Tho .people on tho
hill lme had sand thrown In their
ejes long enough nnd they arc going
to do different. Tho lraso on Punch
howl runs out In a few years, hut
hno tho Republicans said nnjthlng
about how tho Portugueso arc going
to get their land and homes there?
Are tlicso lots to bo sold like those, at
Maklkl, with nn upset price rovcring
nil thn Improvements? Get next to
joiirselves and send men to tho Leg
Islsturo that will give tho people n
Chnrlcs Rosn accused Sam Johnson
of pat king tho Republican meeting.
Fretl Weed nmused himself with the
liquor Inw. Trent Jumped on tho Re
publican beer campaign. Mrs. Puahl
appealed to tho voters, us the mother
of a family, to down tho party which
mined (ho j oung by giving them
booze. 11. J. Mossman wclcomod tho
Civic Feds., who, ho hoped, would
help thn Democrats to secure a fair
t-ount on election day. Moore review
ed nil tho work ho had done, as a Su
pervisor. Tho Democrats nlso held n meeting
nt S. M. Damon's Moaiialua cstnto, nt
which Chns. llioad nnd Inukea mado
(ho principal speeches, both roasting
tho polico machine.
Tho Weekly Edition or the Evening
Bulletin (Ives a complete summary ol
tan nnwa of the day. For SI a year.
The Expert Dentists
have returned with new appliances
adapted for the patlent'a comfort.
High-Class Workmanship at LOW
Absolutely painless extraction.
Office open 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.; Sun
day: 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Call at 215 HOTEL ST., ARLING
TON BLOCK, opposite Young Hotel.
Dr. F. L.Ferguson, D.D.S.
ni;CAl)8E, they get as good a smoke
for r?IVE CENTS as they used to tor
Tho last whiff Is as good as the
WHY NOT TRY ONE?
It burns evenly.
We sell the AOELINA PATTI,
Sole Honolulu Agents,
conNen hotbu mr'fqht bto,
Both Due Next Saturday
At the end of this week tho cam
palgn will bo enlivened by the prca
enco of tho threo candidates for Del
egate to Congress, Kuhlo Kalanlann
ole, tho Republican candidate, ,E. R.
McClanahan ,tho choice of tho Demo
crats, nnd Charles K. Notlcy, tho Homo
Ruler. The present of theso threo
head candidates In person will do much
towards enlivening tho campaign.
Considerable uncertainty has been
felt regarding tho movements of .Ku
hlo, who Is nt present stumping some
whero nn Hawaii. John C. Lano yes
terday sent n letter to him. In tho cara
of Purser Rccklcy ofitheKlnaU, who
will deliver II to htm wherever he can
find him. In this letter lino asks the
Prince to return on tho Klnnu next
Saturday, nnd ho feels certain that he
will come. '
Charles Notlcy Is expected lo return
from Hamnkua In the Klnnu next Sat
urday. Tho following Monday the
Home Rulers will slgnnllro the event
by holding a general rally nt Aal i
park, nt which Notlcy will bo tho main
McClanahan will return lu the
Clnudlnc tomorrow from Hawaii and
Maul, where ho tins been stumping for
the past few weeks. On Saturday the
Democrats will hold n grand rally nt
Anla park, at which McClanahan will
be tho chief attraction.
CIVIC FEDS. KEEP
"Who aro tho CIvlc.Fcds?"
'lhls Is a qucttlon which Is puzzling
many, white tho uccrct of the solutlcn
Is firmly locked In the brcuflt. of the
tew who arc tho uncrowned kings nf
tho Federation. It Is a well known fact
that the ordinary herd of Feds, had nn
voice In the nctlon of tho executive
tommltteo In endorsing certain candla
dntcs and condemning others. As n
matter of fact not even all the mem
bers of tho committee were consulted.
An attempt wnn mado to And out Jua
who the Fedcratlonlsts were, hut It
failed, tho officers of that organisation
being, for somo reason known best to
themselves, absolutely unwilling to
give It out. D. I.. Wlthlngton, tbto act
ing president, was asked, but ho said
he had no such list.
Ed Towsc, tho secretary of tho Fed
eration, was next approached. He said
ho had no list and would not give It
but It he had.
Why arc you ashamed of jour mem
bers?" nskctl tho reporter.
"You know very well that Is not tha
tcason," said Tow so,
"Well. Is it that you think jour mem
bers will he ashamed of having It
known that they belong to the Feder
ation?" "You know very well that Is not tha
reason cither," said Towse.
Ho was then asked who tho membors
of the executivo commlttco were. H
answered that thero were fifteen of
them, but ho would not dlvulgo the
uames of tbcm cither.
Tho Treasury Department has dccld.
cd that the Secretary of tho Territory,
properly bonded, tnn disburse a Con
grcsbtnnal appropriation for tho sup
port of tho Hawaiian Legislature.
OIL CARGO OF LANSING
(Continued from Page '1.)
nets as agents for the Union Oil Co.
civvns the wharf at which she lies and
lakes tho risk without worry, Is
brought out by tho other side.
Tho Union Oil Co. made tho follow
ing statement to a Ilullctln reporter
"Tho Union Oil Company has re
quested permission to mix quantities
or oil testing 85 with oil testing 13.1,
which will bring tho test overdue re
quirements of tho law regarding sale.
This permission was granted the Pa
cific Oil Transportation Co., our com
petitors, soincllmo over a year ago
In a similar case,
"Tho Attorney Cencnfl has stated
that he considered tho oil company
should bo punished for bringing this
il here, and that If delay caused a I033
In money to the company It was well
In speaking of the situation A. W.
Van Valkcnberg of tho Union Oil Co.
"Wo do not think there Is any dan
ger In tho oil on tho Lansing. Tho
icgultalon of 100 degrees test Is un
board of. It runs In homo places as
low as 70 nnd lu many raoro thero la
"Howovcr, wo do not wish to cause
nny trotihlo or glvo anyono tho Idoa
wo aro tiylng to ovnde the laws, and
I shall bo moro surprised than you If
another caigo of thn samo grado nil
t mnes In hero."
Assistant Superintendent Howlsnd
of tho Department nf Public Works
was very frank in the ststcmcnl thst
ho believed tho nil on tho Lansing
very tlaiigoioiiH In laud. Ho staled
Hint tho ship was at llio Railroad
wharves, owned by u private firm, nr
lit) would Imvn tnlan action an ru
Kurds her Majliig at dm l(,
Ctory day t hut Hie Luimlug hIidk
lioro It mid llio n fnuipnivy nt onsl
1600 tir hoi nvpimsos, so Hie limner
will lunbulily liu Mtlt'd un tonii as
puMlhlo, 'rim Union Oil (Jomiisny
ntu ilntl j) w bu tih miilfithly,
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