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EVENING nUI.LHTlN. HONOI.BHJ, T II., WnPNESHAY JAN 2 litis
BUSIESS DIEE0T01Y ! Finest
MUSIC. EDUCATION LJ'VCJL
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Singing. Rapid progioss with
thorough training Studio. 270
Ilorotnnln St , near Alnkca St. See
Mis. Anna E. Tcctzel, soprano. The
Mchan motlioil (if olcc placing
Studio, Art League Hours 10 to 2
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should bo loft at tho Ha
waiian NottB Co , Young bldg Phone
294 or cor. Alakca nud Hotel Sts.
Soo Hasllna.s' for rspatrs of Locks,
Ks, Muolu Iloxoit, Sharpening ot
rino Cutlory Hoar Union drill.
H'ome for Sale
House new and attractive, three
bedrooms, parlor, diningrooiii, kitch
en, bath, lanai, 6c.
BishopTrust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Doslrablo Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
CM WILDER and GULICK AVE3.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co.. 931 Fort St.
Fresh, vhdesome, and of every
Beretania, Al&kea, end Union.
has been urrt for over alXltf
is rr milmunm ot liuthcrs
i;iO, VrlUl perfect IUCCMS. ir
fgi tho OUH3. ALLAYS all palo,
i CURES WIND COLIC, una Utho
:j ix:rcneayioruiAUKiiu;A. sou
by Drugrfias In every part of tho
;.zrd .or!J. Ifii auru and nV for k'rtt.
r Wlnslow'n boothlrir Svninnrid tai-n
E33 do other Mad. 25 Ceaw a Bottle.
Mid and WeiHrisd RemRtfy
Hee Kau Kee,
NO. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr. XUKUI.
Lessons in French and Italian given
by Jim Amelia Smith, (laughter of
1'ior Swift (linguist); rapid meth
od, ticrfect accent, inodornto terms,
Studio, 7 OC Quarry St., corner of
Umbrellas re-covered. T. Takata,
I'ort St near Kiikul,
For houie help, phone White 2891, Mn
klkl. General Employment Ofllco
cor Fonsiroln nnn Reirtniiln
Yee Sing Kes Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and I'auahl.
Cts BULLETIN ACS. PAY -Q
WHETHER OFFICE OR
HOUSE-rLOORS, need a cov
ering that is easily cleaned,
and which does not hold the
dirt. The ideal floor-covering
because it is non-absorbont,
and can be cleaned of grcass
or stain by the application of
soap and water.
It cannot fade, and never gets
dusty, because it cannot hold
the dirt. It's easy on the feet.
Lewers & Cooke,
Agents. 177 S. King St.
Guiitlier's - Candies
Marshmallows, Coated Nuts,
Assorted Chocolates, at
THE PA1M CAFE
Of the money you
would save by having
your clothes made to
your measure by us.
Same price as the ready-to-wear.
Geo. A. Martin
Tho General Arthur
' i3 ons of the oldest cigars.
It's still gaining in popu
larity. M. A. Gunst & Co.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Dellverod to any part of city b
0AI1U ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kowalo. Tslephone 628
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
A Suecialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box OH. 208 Bcrctanla
St, near Emma. W. B. KAM, Mgr.
in the country.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
Hats and Fans
The New Year
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.
NERYatMissPower's Millinery Parlors,,
Boston Bid., Fort Street.
AND OTIimt PIANOS
THAYER PIANO CO.
.150 HOTEL, STIIEET.
i TUNINO OUAHANTEEU.
I AMERICAN OFFICER TALKS OF
CONDITIONS IN CHINESE
SAN rilA$CISCO, Cnl . mi 20 -.'npancKu
spies llinc been dogging tho
mo omenta of Lieutenant .lumen II
Walker all this wu) from Japan to
Hlght hero In San rrahilsro, dur
ing hla lulcf stay before his depart
uio for the Hast, this American olll
ccr has been made the victim or Jap
anese espionage. .
Utile blown men took up the
scent thu moment the oflWor stepped
outside hla hotel and never ll.igged
In their watchfulness through the
ftreets mid at last even to tin rail
io.ul station fiom whlih ho depniled
In thu l'ar Kant, ton, nntnbl) In
Chcfoo anil nt other Chinese ports
v.heie Jtipnncso spies niiound, this
AiiiuiIimii naval olllccr. In the
lorimince of his olllelal tint)
I ecu followed about, tialleil,
il si a
When Lieutenant Wnlkei, who nr
rlcd on tho lluford thlee i:.is ago,
was seen at tho Hotel .TetTerson je
icrd.i) prloi to Ills depaituie, he
miked guardedly of the uatuio of his
leient ollldnl studies In liip.in mul In
.Inpniiesc wateis, but he spoke ery
bltterl) of the Japanese sides he had
encountered o pry where on his tiuv
(Is and even now In America
"I don't aro to go 'Into this mat
ter fuithcr," said Lieut WulLct
Hut there are some 'other matters
about Willi h I don't mind tiilLIng. for
ilie are mutters the AmerlLan peo
ple ought to Know.
China Preparing for War
There was that Chlnebe lo)(ott,
lor Instance. That was .in antl
meilf.iu movement worked up al
most entlrel) l the Jiip.meKe Whin
China wakes up some, oilier people
will wnko up. too. China Auw Is
dillllng an army of ne.irl) a million
ti allied soldiers, ,
' In every one of the twentyllve
neat proUnecs an nrni of 4,iii)U
niuii e.ah Is slowly butjuivl) being
put on it war footing.
"Theso men aio trained l Chlncso
military otllcers who h.ie received
their Btrntiglc education In Japan
and right here at our military iind
linwil academies of Wist Point ami
Annapolis. They aro bortowlng our
i wn lire from us Just an tho Japanese
did. when they used to send their
most promising mu.il omcers to An
napolis mid to tho lliitluh Admiralty
' In my opinion the iblest and
most rm -seeing ni.inln China today
s Chlng-Wang-Tal, the president nf
tho Imperial Mllllari Council, who Is
making all these preparations to put
China on a war footing.
World Will Be Astonished
I had a long talk with lilm ,onb
timo when inj business called me to
China, and I was profoundly Impress
ed by his capacity and ultra-modern
Ideas. When tho Chinese Hmpi'css
Dowager dies I look to see tills man
Hep lu with his ast army and seize
the reins of Imperial power. As ror
tho present liiuperor ot China, ho Is
n nonentity who depends entirely on
tho good-will of the impress Ilown
gcr. When things break loose over
there tho wot Id will have to sit up
mid take notice "
In icgnrd to his olllelal mission in
tho Orient and tho matter of Jupan
cm) csplonngo horo and elsewhere,
Lieut. Walker preferrod not to be
quoted. It was n matter of keen le
giot to Is tin that theic had been any
publicity whatoer about his en and
In the Knr i.'ast
Now York, Jan IS The loan cer
tlflcntes Issued b tho Now Yoik
Cleailiig-IIouso during tho iccent II
lumclnl strlngunc i cached a totnl of
$97,000,000, acroidlug to a Htntoment
prepared by 1'iuslduiit Alexander Oil
bort, of tho Clearing House Associa
tion Of this amount however, only
$71,000,000 In ceitllliates weio put In
to actual uso Il fai tho greater pro
poillon of tho certificates, Piesldent
(lllbei t says, hau now been redeem
ed. Tho Issiiuuco of these coitllleates,'
Mr (lllbert savs, fiiinishus thu bent
object lesson of nn emerguney curt on
ey, ono that Is perfectl) securu and
' no which can bo pin Into otfoqt with
out an) eompllcniod bank machinery.
"All that Is nculcd to adopt such a
s)hteiu to our leiiulreineiits Is devel
opments, and I feel confident that If
tho subject could bo referred to thu
cloarlng house coinniltteo of tho threo
rentinl leseno cities," says Mi Gil
bert, "an enieigency currency would
bo cuwiHcd that would bo lu hai in
ii with our National banking system
and be less subject to criticism and
opposition than any other sjstoni
which has et been proposed"
The President admits sending to
tho Senate the nomination of l'islc
us postmaster nt Han Francisco be
cause of piomlso made h Postmaster
(lencral Mejer to Senator Hint.
PROMINENT OFFICERS MA"f BE
SUBJECTED TO COURT
WASIlfvOTOX. I) C Ian ID.
Two of the highest oflhers of tho
Navy, and possibly n third, probably
will be court-martlifled as a tcstilt of
iccent outspoken utterances rolled
ing on -Navy maiiagemcnt mid naval
construction It was learned today'
that the Administration hail been so
Incensed 1i rcient criticism that a
wholesale Inqulr) was llkul.
The Nnfy Dopartmeiit and the
While llotihe hac been nmnrcd with
in tho last ten d.ijs to read In news
papers detailed iiltlclsms In tho
Kctitcidnhl Ctyle from thrcu olllceis
lu high lepute. two of whom aie lik -ly
to stand by their assertions and
(haltengo a lourt martial These of
ficers are Caspar I' (loodrlih, inin
mniidant at the New York na .anl,
Ite.ir Admli.il llowin.tn II. MeCalla,
ictircd Spnnlsli war veteran, and
Hear Admiral (leorgo W. Mchllle. re
tired, formerly chief of the llureau
of Steam Engineering and one of the
Jcnnnette rescue expedition to the
An equally Interesting situation
Las developed by leasnn of the le
portMhut thu Picsldeiit'H own naval
aid, Commander Sims, In chnrgu of
target practice, U. H, N., will be one
of those to bo interrogated na to the
lour i es of Itcutardalil'H information.
It Is said that Commander Sims had
Iteuteidahl as his guest on seveial of
the licet target pi ai tire cruises
Ilolh houses of Congress urn nt
1'ii-M.nt busy on a woik which affecta
the entlro United States, and tho Ter
iltorles In particular. This is the cod
ideation of the penal laws Ah Is well
known, thu Territories are nioro close
Ij affected bj tho Tuderal criminal
laws than aro tho States
Accoidlng to a statement made this
morning b thu United Status District
Attorney, Congress is devoting n part
ot each da to deliberating this mat
ter. A considerable number of
changes autl amendments to the exist
Ing laws. have been proposed. Of theso,
there are two or threo which will nf
feet Hawaii particular!.
One of these Is a proposed new !nu
piohlbltiug gambling In tho Terrl
toiies. Thu proposed statute Is so
worded as to make It plain that lli
Intent Is to do nwn with percentage
games Prlvato games, It appears,
will not bu affected by thu now law,
should It pass, for violation of the
law, thu amendment piovldes a mil
or not to exceed $1000
Anothui proposed now law Is one
which prohibits, and makes punish
able, with a tine of not to exceed $5000,
or two )ears' Imprisonment or both,
tho selling, lending, giving awu, o.
hlbltlug or offering to do any ot theso
things, or printing loud, obscene, las
civ ions writings, pictuies, etc.
Tho Ian against prize lights and
bull fights Is re-enucted, tho penally
for violation of tho s.imo being a max
imum of flvu j ears' Imprisonment, or
There was never such un assort
ment of gooil things for ladles us Is
shown at Kerr's this week.
FOR NEW ALTAR
A meeting of the Woman's (lulld
of St Andrew's Cathedial wns held
at tho homo of Mrs, Holiert Ilcioft,
Wilder avenue. Tho attendance was
largo and many matters of Impor
tance weio disposed of. Besides the
various tepoits of the committees,
which weio read and adopted, Mis.
Kcstaiick, for the Altar Committee,
reported that $S00 mine would bo
needed for tho now stone nltnr. Slio
i.ild that $10 towards this amount
has been alieady secured. Tho altar
Is on Its way down hole mid wilt nr
I he on the bark Pooling Suey in a
PARDEE WILL COME "
Ceoigo C. Pardee, oX;Uovornnr of
California, accompanied ly Ills wife
and Mr. mid Mrs. Alden Andoison,
will arrive In tho Pacific Mult liner
Mongolia, duo horo on Feb. C. Mr.
Amlcison, whose liumu Is In Sulsan,
was Lieutenant (ioveinor of Califor
nia foi several jears. The other
members ot the party aro Mrs, Cor
lino Hideout, Mis Melissa A. Potter,
J. Walter Scott and Mlss Hughc3.
Cottages at tho Seaside Hotel havo
Pennsylvania Statu Supiemo Couit
iule3 that the 2-cont fate law is un
constitutional Campaign for restful Sunday Is
opened by a Poitland reformer.
Resolutions asking Congress lo ro
storo the canteen havo been passed
by the trustees of thu Soldiers' Home
nt Hath, N. Y.
mm ci rid
the m. fc ATU1E5
The Little Ads. with the Big Results j
A hoy IS jcais old, strong and heal
thy, wishes In lciin a trade In Ho
nolulu. VouIll piefcr board and
lodging In tho fatntlv Addiess
"3S91A," llulletlu, stating Undo
and terms. .JSiU-lM
Part Hawnlian of fair address and
Intelligence, for clerk; good op
portunity for the right man. Ad
dress thli Villlcc, "Man." 3891-tf
A joung man over 21 enr of age
to leal n Wireless telegraphy Ap
pl at Wireless Telegraph Com
pany olllcc, City. .1907-31
Two or thieo redwood water tankD,
r.noo to SO 1)0 gallons. Address P
(i P. Ilullelln. 2809-3t
Clean -vlplng itgs at tho Uulletln of
Liirgo houso on lleretnnla St. next
(n Ollnnn'n tlnuultnl. rant vnrv
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, JuJd
Four-room cottage, suitable for bach
elor's quarter? 1.M5 lleretnnla.
Two front fuintshed rooms, 1813 1.1
llha St. C3S83-tt
LOS" I .
lllack mid white helrer calf, tout
months old, white lilrfd jtuct anil
white stai In forehead. Suitable
reward, If returned to A. J Camp
bell, Puliation and lleretnnla Sts.
Silver watch and pin, hetweon the
depot and the rishmnrket. Find
er please return to Uulletln olllcc
and receive rowaid, 3907-1 v
A pointer dog, wlillo and liver color.
Return to Tain Hlng, City Meat
Co.; $5 rewnrd. 3S83-lm
Masonic clinrm. Finder please re
turn to JJils office, suitable reward
Silver, diamond fct ring, lion ornn
monted. Rewnrd at this office.
A ladj'g watch. Owner can have on
proving property and paying Tor
this notice Yiimato, Kukul Street
hnik stand. 3910-lw
Sunday lllcjcle For Information In
quire at Uulletln ofllce. 3910-lw
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
We Have in Stock
Wright & Ditson
WALL, NICHOLS CO'.
NHW LINE OF
Sanitarium Food Co.'s
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD., Phone. 70.
WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
Smoke El Palencia
the mild Havana cigar.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO.. LTD.,
Alexander Young Building.
Scalp Treatment. Fqcjal Massage.
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
1150 Fort St.
Repaired and Thoroughly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LENQRD,
Office. Wall, Nichols. Phone 201.
2JJJT DULLETIN ADS. PAY -jsjfl
!00 ft S-ln cast-iron sewer pipe, J
ull-copper Truax sterlllreis tin lin
ed, I all-copper water still, tin
lined 1 all-copper 40-gal steam
Jacket kettlo, 2 nil-copper wab
bollr rs Kmmeluth A: Co , Ltd.,
141 King St , Phone 211.
Coral stone and all other building
in iterlal contained In that old cor
al building situated on Nuuatiu
St , corner of Pnuah! St Pun bas
er to remove same within sixty
d.i8. ' I. ," this olllee. 3907-lw
FIno corner lot Ih Makikl. Curbing;,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and nil Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and l'unabou
College. Address It. r.. this office.
A few pure-bred wiimg Huff Orping
ton i ousters for sale lso egKR for
selling Address P O llox 10, L!
hlie, Kauai lOOI-lw
tioo 00 CASH 200 x .100 fl 9-room
house, Kalinukl Addiess llox (I,
Ileef cattle for sale at Kahuku. Hawaii.
Apply Col. Sam Norrls. Walohinit
White Pckln ducks mul eggs. 1941
Soiilh King St. 30G-tr
Thiirougllbred pointer pups Inquire
130C King St 3909-31
Let the soap do
Hana Made in Honolulu.
F. L. WALDR0N,
Wilder & Co.
Dr. A.N. Sinclair
has moved his offices tn TTntel fit lv.
i tween Alakea and Richards Sts. (wit,
i Dr. Humphris). Hours: 8:30 to 10
la. m.; 4 to 6 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days by nppointment. Tels. 377 or
385. Res. 1384.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 361
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Phone Main 147
Honolulu Clothes Gleaning Go.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEINQ AND
Fort Street. Phons 575.
For Expert Repairs on Blcyclt, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, etc, call on
J. E Santos,
Back of Peler's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
Ohia Cord Wood
HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., 98
King St. and Hotel and Smith Sts,
Tel. White 1G0G.