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KVUNINO UULLETlN, HONOLULU, T H, SATURDAY, FE11. 1, 1008.
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R. WEEDON 5fc CO.,
A FRENCH EDITOR TALKS
WHAT JAPAN MUST DO
AND HIS PLANS
New York, Jan 19 "War between
tliu United States and Japan Is Inov
liable I do not know no one know.
2hcn It will como, but It cannot be
(netted. In in) opinion It will not lie
long dehijed "
Tills Is tilt? lcw of Alexander Utar
tlio eminent French JomnaliHt. foiclijii
Ldltur of. "Lo Petit Joinnal," a p'i,(i
with a cWmatlon of l,230,ouo a d
nnd "I.a VlesFIuauclo'i'. ' lie Is a
man who ujas an Immense Influent i
In Frann Jllo ban foi ours studied
International finance and politics, and
Is conceded to 1)0 an anthorlt) on
nnny Intel nutlona'i questions
"Tills much Is certain," continued
N. Ular to-night, tall lm; to an "IIx
umlner" cm respondent, "the ronip',"t
Ion of the Panama canal will nirest
tlm commercial development of .la
nan. The fifteen or twont) men who
efntrol tlio nffaliB of thu elliptic
the Kliler Statesmen know It. TKv
ktmw that if Japan Is to have t ic
most remote chance ol helm; the it,t
or In u war with tho United States,
that war mutt como heforo the cin.it
Stntcsmcn rcatlzo that tlio odds no
iignlnst Japan, I believe that the) no
willing to ilsk now a wn- that will
Injuro tho United States rather Hi in
wait for tho ceitaln lnju to .lap in
'that will follow tho roniplctlon of ,'ie
t'pnnl. Tho Japanese pe.iplo and 1 1 Ir
iicntlmcnt do not llB'ne In tho inai'tr
one way or Iho oilier.
"Hero Is another ihiIiu In the tci'in
connection. Japan needs nione) It
has not thu money now in proscuito
war, oen If ono phould ptirt. Hut if
Japan should awoop dawn on tho
American tlcct. now on Its way lo t'10
Pacific, when It i caches tho tclii'tj
- ot tho Philippines and wipe It out of
existence, tho clamor of the vlctoiy
Jundotibtcdl) would beruro any loin
Japan wanted, either from Trance or
homo other nation "
"If Fianco would let Japun hao
money under those circumstances.'
M. Ular was asked, "why cannot tlio
-loan bo arranged now?"
"Hccaueo 1 would not allow It, was
nhe matter of fact rcpl).
This niibwer shows the Influence of
iM. Ular In Franco peihaps better than
anything else could It was not brag
jSdoelo In the least. It simply mcpttt
.that as the odltor of tho mobt Inlluen
tlal naiier In tho country ho Is In u
Wsltlon to dictate to the Government
Tlo a certain degiei". It wns purel) a
statement of fact
"Of corn e," he rcbuuied, "the Unit
led States would win after a tlmo, but
It would bo the greatest stiugglo this
country over had. You see, America
'cannot piepaio for war Tho minute
ipicpniatlnno were begun, that minute
tiieio would lie war .l.ipiu would nut
.wait If Japan idioul I land an annv
of 80,000 or 100,000 trained soldluis,olcs scattering.
to 5c yard
Alakcn and Kinj;
veterans of Ihe rtiisblau war, In Cali
fornia, it would take the United States
perhaps (Ho )cars to dilvo them out.
They would fortify themselves so that
It would cost thousands of lives to
M. Ular rutin lied from Washington
today, wheio ho had a long oonfei.
ence with President Uooselt, with
whom he dined Saturday.
New York, N. Y., Jan. 18 A spo-
tlal to the Journal from Washington
avs: "Tho War Department has or
dered that the Government powder
limit near Dover, Delaware, begin,
within ten days, to manufacture pow
der at the full capacity of the works
1(100 pounds a clay. The dcpai t-
mcut expects tho annual suppl) from
that bourcc of 300,000 pounds. In
addition to this supply, tho oidnnnro
bureau of tho department has advised
the purthubc of 3,200,000 pounds of
smokeless powder. In round nuniboiB
the Government finds the annual
amount to bo recommended should
be 3,500,000 poundB.
Ilxpeits say this exceeds all rec-
oi ds, even the cxtiaonllnary pur-
(hiihej for tho Spanish-American wnr.
for ono )car. Tho navy Is bald to ho
plentifully supplied with powder.
The nctlvlty of the (Imcrnmcnt
end Its lavish expciidltuies for pow
der am curefilll) explained b) nfil
ilals not to he duo to any Immediate
or ccn rciniilo c.iusch of alarm They
declare the enormous amount Is sim
ply called for by tho over-Increasing
number of guns, great nnd small,
which nro ucil by the Army. Tho
tirmcndotii figures obtained today,
however, throw a lvld sidelight on
the icrcnt cxlraoidlnary shipment of
12,000,000 loiiuds of umiuunltlnn to
the Philippines. Tho rcservo ammu
nition supply of tho Government has
i mi abnormally low. Officials do ndt
admit it, hut It is certain that fur
ther shipments, not only of small
arm ammunition, but of slcgn guns,
mount lin mtlllciy and mast dcfeniie
shells, must bo bent to Manila and
Stanford University, Jan. 14.
GIils' athletics will hao an unusual
ly active season during tho coming
s-omostcr The Women's Athletic
l.eaguo has nil end)' seemed an un
usual I) largo number nt basketball
Mimes with outside teams, Including
thoso from San Joso Not mill School
and Mills College Hockey nnd Uos
lon ball, two conipuiatlvoly new
siiorts here, have nchloved gieat pop
ularity nnd Inttoad uf Interclass
matches In these brunches a picked
team will play n schedule with out
Bldo girls during tho somester.
Six bids wcro opened In Washing
ton, D C, for furnishing the mili
tary establishment with a dlrlgthlo
balloon The bids innged from $5,
000 to 112,500. All bids may bo re
jected and tho balloon may bo
bought In the upon maiket.
A poll of Domociatlc Congressmen
taken by tho Washington Post on
Democratic Presidential candidates
gives lltjnii 98 votes, ,to 31 for
tlov JoliiiMin of Minnesota and 1
lor Jiidgo Gray of Duluwaie, with 2f
4 MHH!HMMHMSMwW; IM
Coming Garden Patty
The garden i.ut which will be held
on tho ground of Mrs Freddie Low
icy the afternoon of Fcbiuary 15th, Is
arousing gieat enthusiasm nnd zeal
among oveiybody Interested In a thor
oughly good woik The committees
nro hard nt work nnd all nro working
with n will, none harder than Mrs.
Lowrcy herself. At the delicatessen
booth will he Mrs. Arthur Wall, Miss
Umlly Lndd, Mis. Carl du Rot, Mrs.
.1 O. Young, Mrs Chnrles Lucas, Mrs
Georgo Cooke, Miss I.lnlo Campbell
Among the dainties that will ho of
fered on Saturday afternoon, February
16th at tho Garden Fete will bo Itoast
chicken, and ducks, sliced ham, baked
beans nnd brown bread, lemonade, cof
fee cake, candy, pol, preserves, may
onnlsso dicsslng A goolly list, )ou
see, of nil desirable things. At the
co ml) booth will bo Mrs. Chillies Ath
el ton, Mrs. A. Lewis, Miss Kuth Itlch-
aids. Miss Laura Atheiton. At thu
Jrpnucso ten booth ono will sec a
hecy of pietty girls, Including Misses
Alice Cooke, Uentrlco Castle, Nora
'SluiKi'on, Irene l'lsher, Violet and
Vera Damon, Jessie Kennedy, Mrn.
Richard Cooko. Jnpinobo costumes
nro lo be worn and delicious tea and
dainties served. There wilt be geisha
dancing and tho whole will be. nr
innged by Mrs. Charles M. Cooke,
111.0 a Japanese tea g.uden. Mrs. 1
Huuiphrls has a musical program well
In hand. Songs will be Illustrated nnd
the best nmatcur singers In town will
nsslst, while many lovely children aro
to bu posed for tho Illustrated songs.
.Mrs Dawes, Jr., will read our palm
If you cross It with silver or gold, In
u quiet corner or tho giounds, and It
Is ery Interesting to know Hint any
i ace, inlor, church or denomination
Is Included In this thai It). The Pa
lama Settlement work Is very well
known and tho pmo milk depot Is lo
cated nt the settlement premises. Tho
following description will ho of Inter
est to many who hnve asked nlijut tho
The object of tho Mill: Depot Is lo
suppl), at nominal cost, clean cow's
milk, prepared read) for use, to the
balden of tho poor clcsses Irrespective
of race, lcllglon or locality, nnd also
which Ib epilte ns lnioitant to give
tho mothers liistiuctlon ns to tho gen
eral care of their babies.
Thu milk la obtained fiom Pond's
Dairy according to i.n agreement with
the Ulr) by which the milking Is
done III an absolute!) cleanly nianuei,
anil then dliectly after milking with
out pouring Into another contnlnei tho
milk is i.ipldly cooled to a low tem
peiature and then at onco tinnsportcd
In a special wagon to tho depot, being
kept at a low tcmpci attire In transit.
The District Nursu at the Settle
ment hna rhaigo of Ihe dispensing.
Tho milk Is put up In nursing bottles,
a Biifflclent number for 21 hours, a
separate bottle for each feeding. Tho
milk Is modified genernll) by diluting
Ihe whole milk with boiled watci and
adding milk sugar and llmo water. In
bpeclal cases too milk Is used; or in
enso of sickness, barley water, rice
water, whey mixtures, etc, may be
substituted for tho usual milk feed
lnss. Tho bottler, aro put Into Indl
Idual baskets, each basket containing
In a central conip.iitniynt nblock of
I co of sufllclcnt sire to last 24 hours.
Tho baskets aro light ami ham v to
carry. All tho mother has to do Is to
put a nipple on tho bottle nt tho prop
er time and warm up Iho milk. A
careful reiord Ib kept of Iho pi ogress
of each baby'iuid tho formula changed
when thought best. Ilables too sick In
bo hi ought to tho depot nro Waited
In their homes. Medical advlco and
general medical supervision is given
by Dr. lhildwlu.
Wu extend nil invitation to physi
cians and others Intel ested to send
caseb from amongst the poor cIjkscs
to the depot Iho responsibility of
such cases licfing then araunied by the
This work Is now In lis Infancy li.it
Is steadily Increasing, and we belluvo
will ho tho tncmiB of much oducutlonal
nnd physical good to tho poor.
We hupo Hint thoso Inteiested will
Insiiect tho Milk Depot promises and
beo with tholr own eves Iho equip
ment and mlhodB ns can led out.
Thu rost to thoso taking milk is
soinowhat nccoidlng to their mea.is,
the minimum charge being 5 cents pti
ila) ; hut In cabes of eUieiuu povort)
hometimes no ehnigo Is mado. It Is
tho policy of tho Hcttlemcnt to Ik lp
others to help themselves nnd not to
oncourago paupeilsni Theicfoio a
nominal charge Is made, except in very
Cases may bo sent nt nny hour dur
ing tho day to tho depot hut prefer
ably in the morning hefnio 11:00.
Among the dcpartuies for Hllo
this wool; wero Judge nnd Mrs. 8,
II, Dolo and Miss Plorcnco (Surrey,
MrB. Dolo nnd Miss Guiiey will re
main nt the Volcano Hoube, Joining
Judge Dole when be depuits for Ho
Mrs. J. II. Atheiton sailed for Hllo
on Tuesday for u little trip.
Mr. Gordon Usboine, the clover
sculptor nud sou of the Rev. Mr. Us
home, has done toine ovecedliigl)'
wondoiful work lm thu Dominion of
Canada. Ho will be heiu foi some
Utile yet. and what n gloilous oppor
tunity for n souvenir of his art hole
Chinese New Year Is not haled with
Joy by tho vvhllo residents, for It gen
erally means no servants. Everybody
Is scrambling for invitations to dinner
from now on until the - festivo two
days are oer.
Mrs. Augur, who alwa)s entertains
so well, was tho hostess of a delightful
lea on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Grlnhaiim, who hnvo
returned from the other Islands, are
settled at their new rooms nt tho Al
exander Young hotel. Tho Humphrls
and Miss Winston are already dom
iciled there. It was literally moving
day for tho Moan a on Friday and load
after load of pcronal belongings
wended their way to tlio Young,
Dr nnd Mrs. Humphrls entertained
at dinner on Friday evening at tho
Moana Hotel, the Inst dinner for the
season given there, In honor of lllshop
dn Sltvii, Dr. nud Mrs. Mm lay nnd
Mr. anil MrB. A. (1. Havvcs, Jr.
Theio was n pretty llttlo hop nt the
Seaside Hole! on Friday evening In
honor of thu oirtcers nnd ladles of
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Morton Rlggs huvo
moved to King sticct, their own ies
Idenco being taken by Mr. and Mrs.
Mlsa Agjpcs Smith vvns a passenger
In thu Alameda for tho Coast.
Mrs. Skinner nnd Miss Skinner,
who have been guests for several
weeks at tho Seaside" hotel, hao gone
for a change to .Makikl strct, comer
of Hastings street.
There weio luanv rallcis at tho
German Consulate when Consul Pfol
enhnuer received In honor of his Em
perm 's blithdny on Monibi). Cham
wigno flowed fie'ely and an excellent
bund concert w'da given by Captain
Tho Misses Helen nnd Lady Macfar
I,iiiq roturned from Knu.il, wliero they
have been guests of Mrs. Georgo I'alr-
rhlld. They hail u glorious good time
for tho Falrchllds thoroughly under
stand the art or1-entertaining.
Among the arrivals In the Mongolia
who hnvo cngagbd rooms at tho Sen
sldo Hotel arc ox-Governor and Mrs.
Pardee, of California, Mr. and Mrs.
Aldcu Anderson, MrB. Corlnno Hide
out, MrB. Potter, Mrs. Walter Scott
and Miss Hughes.
They i,ny that lllshop d.i Sllva Is
lo perform tho mnrrlago ceremony for
iho H)dc-Smltli-Dllllngh.im nuptials.
The lllshop expects to sail for San
Francl3co tho first of February.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ivors hnvo
been giving u rerlcs of Informal din
nets this week.
Mrs. Dunning, tho wife of Major
Dunning, who has gene to San Fran,
clseo for tbreo months. Is giently
Mlis Jolitibou, who was so b.ull) in
Juied by a fall from a hoi be, Is ai
med entirely well.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Babbitt gavo the
usual brldgo evening Iail Wednesda).
Mrs. lllckertnn has been quite 111 .il
her cottage on Wilder Amentia for the
past two weeks.
February 22nd will probably bo c
vory guy day, Judging fiom tho pro
gram mapped out by thu Piomotlon
Mrs. Augusta Schmidt guvo a cIy
pretty hildgo party on Monday after
noon, thu prize being particularly at
tractive. They wero paintings, Iho
work of tho hostess, and tho fortunate
mliitieis weiu Mrs. Cunha, Mis. llrock,
Mis. yhltehouso, Mrs. Rlchaidkon,
Mrs. Flfo, MUs Mclulyro, Mrs. Ren
Ion. Governor and Mrs. Frear will ru
eclvo on Monday, as usual, nud the)
wish strangers and townspeople to
come. Mrs. Frear will not niako gen
eral calls for her tlmo Is too occupied,
but sho hopes that over) body will feel
free to como. On Monday there will
bo a Hawaiian program from halt past
four until llo which will Inteicst ev
erybody. Governor and Mrs. Frear
will bo assisted by many of their
fi lends In their pleasing duties, which
they perform so graciously nnd woll,
Mrs. Ivors gavo a luncheon for twen
ty-flu ladles on Friday In honor of
Mrs, Hugo Frear. It was a beautiful
affair and most successfully did it go
off An Interesting program was lis
tened to, for Mis. Allan White suny
Theie was a duot played by Mrs. Rich
ards and Miss Hopper, und Mrs. II. F.
Dillingham read a paper on tho Venus
of Mllo by Sill.
Theie was a hop at tho Moana hotel
last evening, a rort or lufoiuial fain
well until tho leopenliiK "f tho com
fortuulo hostelry by tho sea. It wns
nllended by many )oung couples who
danced until a Into hour. Mr. Urncst
Kind's orchestra plajed.
Mis, H. M. WntFon and Infant child
will Prill for the Coast In six weeks'
tlmo to visit with relntlvcs. Mr. Wat
foil will Join a colony of bachelors
during her nbsenco.
Mis. May Molt-Smllh Cunningham
Is lecelvlng much social attention
fiom her many friends. Sho arrived
with a bad cold, but Is now quite re
covered, Sho looks tho picture of
health nnd beauty,
Mr. W. Ilabliltt will soon go to
Wnrhlngton In tho luteiest of Mils
v ork. ,
Mrs. Augusta Schmidt Is a guest at
tho Alexander Young Hotel. Tho loof
gat den begins to look quite animated
during tho evenings, and tiieio nro ul
wa)S little gioups chatting and walk
Mrs. Robcit Atkinson has been qulto
111 for tho pabt week. She Is slowly'
Mis. Gcoige Dm Ies Is at tho Tun
talus house for a week or two.
Dr. Ilnncy Mutiny entertained at
bridge hibt evening Tiieio weio
eight In nil, nnd a ineiry party of gen
tlemen pln)cd thu fiibcluallug g.uuo
until rather a late hour.
Mrs. McGrc'v was tho hostess of
a lea on Thursday It being her nt
home dny theio weio many enllcia
who partook of the cup that rheeis
but does not inebriate. "Redlodge" Is
a delightful place to cnteitalu, being
airy, spacious nnd so coiufoitnhle. Miss
Ilnrdnwny, assisted her aunt In die
penslng tho hospltnlll) of tho mansion
Mr. nnd Mis F Klnmn, nro expect
ed to urilve fiom Geimany ery soon
M m iid
Tho Committee of Ten Is making
preparations for the mass meeting
which will be held at Aula Park to
night, nnd nt which thu entlio Wnl-
lnr-lt uffntr In l,i lut nviil.itmxl It la I
understood that all ot tho members of
tho committee will be prcbcnt. In spite
of thu fact that efforts hao been
mado to Induce somu of them to stay
awny. Among the principal speakers
of the evening will be John Ci Lima
nnd II. C. MosMiian, nnd while Wnl
lack has indicated his Intention ot be
ing present, II is not piob.iblo that ho
will enjoy tho tenor of, nt least, some
of the speeches. Ho has also mado u
lequcst Hint ho bo allowed to nddrcss
the audience, hut tho majority of the
commlttco Is not lu favor of granting
this icquest, and it Is Ihorcforc not
lirobablc that he will ho allowed to
speak. At tho end of tho meeting tho'Kot for lepoitlng mo falsely in pub
romniltleo will alimiuiict that It ban.
dlsorgnnl7cd, thero being nothing fur
ther fo.- It to do.
218 llciltunlu Slieol
IMItor H v e n I n r II u 1 I o 1 1 n :
Kindly allow mo to Contiudlct jour
Dtntcuiciit In )our Ii.mio ot -Ian 31
1908 "Mis Atiherlcy has (ailed on a
member of tho Committee of Ten
nsking them to keep uway fiom tho
meeting. Sho has seen Fern Harvey,
Mos.mnn, Clillllugwoith and othcis,
but bo far she seems to have met
with hut little encouragement."
I did sen Mr Harvey nud It wub
through the ndvlbo of a friend of his
that I upptoaeh hint personally and the) nro all satisfied. Kvcry one
wnrn him of what Is In tho wind j that gets well bring 1-2 n dozen
amongst tho Hnwallans. Ilnrvoy Ac more. Wo hud 18 30 nnd 48 pa
Fein being the only men that op-'ilents n day long heforo Mr. Wnl
poned strongly against tho new, laeli camo In ns pupil to my husband
Agreement under dlsmsslou und but ho rcrtaiuly doubled the amount
thu only truo friends that tho Ila-.since ho camo. Heforo Closing, I
wallans can depend on ror tho ud- might add fuither, that Mr. Wallacli
vise they had glvon Mr. Wallacli not Is icrtululy not dead to Iho Hawaii
to sign this now Agreement but to riiis- ho hhnll live foicver In their
demand for tho old ono which was memories, so long us ho alone lu this
HB B Urn M Jf m Mm H
Mlianda Last night Mr rargon
Mjitlllu Well, ou know j on nio
Japan Is Satisfied With
American Immigration Note
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 31. Tho American reply to Japan's nolo on
emigration Is satisfactory.
It Is .believed that tho budget will pass by a considerable majority.
Jnpaneso ofilclals are confident that tho negotiations with China con
cerning boundary and railroad matters will bo amicably arranged,
Aoki will have an audience with the Cmperor on February 5. Ho
will ho leappolntcd privy councillor.
Tho Government will subsidize Kntsurn's mainland colonlzntlott
scheme to the amount of 300,000 yen nnniinlly. ,
WHAT'HUGHES STANDS FOR
N13W YORK, N. Y., Jnn. 31. Governor Hughes mado his foimal
entrance ot tho contest for tho Republican nomination for President
tonight by announcing his views on national Issues. He rommenda tho
r.dmlnlstiatlou of President Roosevelt and favors Federal supervision of
Itillro ills nnd n icvIbIoii of the tariff.
FLEET ENTERS STRAITS
PUNTA ARIINAS. Argentina, Jan. 31. Tho American battleship
(lect will enter the Stiult of Magellan hero nt noon tomorrow.
NAVAL ESTIMATES REDUCED MILLIONS
WASHINGTON, D. C Jnn. 31. Tho Houso Commlttco on Navnl
Affalis has cut the naval estimates (25,000,000.
THREE NEWSPAPERS SUPPRESSED
L1HIION, Poittignl, Jan. 31. Threo newspapers of this city have
Icon Biippicsscd for sedition.
DR. JAMESON HAS RESIGNED
CAPirrOWN, South Africa, Jan. 31. Dr. Jameson, Picnilcr ot Capo
Colon), has resigned.
Y., Jan. 31.
NHW YORK, N,
nlrcady signed by Plnkh.im Wnl-.
Inch & J. C. Lano which showed their
honest view In tho whole affair. 1
was obliged lo seo Mr. Harvey nnd (
tell him how the Iltiwnllnns will .
10.1st tho Committee otTcn for tho
falso Hopes they had given the Pub
lie on the night of Dec 28907
lliat eveiythlng settled and Wallacli
was ready to nceompany Mr. Plnk
liniii to Molokal. Mr. Wall.ieU Is
icady & has been ready over since
tho night of Dec 2S007 to nhlde by
the agreement us ndvcitlsed nt Aula
Pnrk hut It is Mr. Plnkham and
the Mnjmlt) of tho Commlttco ot
Ten who have failed to carry out
their part of the Agreement nnd In
stead they have schemed together
to do Wallacli up In fine shape un
der HiIb New Act cement which
they lire now so thoioughly disap
pointed ot the fnlluic.
Ab far, as my nsking Mr. Mossni.in
to keep away from tho Meeting of
Saturday night or any of the other
Gentlemen mentioned or uiimentlon
cd by )ou I say It now & will say
It again each and every one of them
PIc.ibo paidon mo for the strong lan
guage, but theso men desorvo all they
When I com ci siid with Mr. Mos
maii on the subject- I defended Wnl
lach's lemcdy and defended Mr.
Wall.it h's attitude Inwards tho Com
mittee I told Mr. Mosiinan what I
tho't of him & tho rest of the hunch
of Schemers of this new Agree
ment. I also told him that the Ha
waiian!! wero too educated, to listen
to any ot their Poor Uxcubes.
I am not afraid nor do 1 fenr of
what the) hnvo to say tonight ut
their meeting Wo me honest In nil
cur dealings with whoever como In
contact with us. Whatever treat
ment wo give fiom our ofllco Is worth
all tho 'money tho patients pay and
called mo n llttlo duck.
The Thaw Jury spent the night lock-
wide woild has tho only remedy that
ran help tho sick unfortunates at
KulaupaiHi. Wallnch may bo dead
to tho disappointed Majority of thu
Committee of. 10. & President Pink-
ham but not to tho people.
Thanking jou ory much for tho
MARY 11 ATCHURLEY .
Tonight's performance nt tho Or
pheuin Is tho lrt ono of "Tha Waclc
Flag." Tho play Is u melodrama ot
great strength, and wns pronounced
by thoso who witnessed lnft nlght'n
production to bo ono of tho most en
tertaining bills presentod hero this
season. It calls for the full strength
ot tlio company and every part Is
well haudled. Thoso who havo not
seen It should not fa'il to attend the
performance this evening.
Monday Is "Canton Night," tho
performnnco being glvon as a benefit
to O.ihu Canton, Patriarchs Militant,
tho military degico ot tho Odd Fel
lows. Tho members ot tho Canton
have been assisting In tho salo of
seats, and as a result thero is al
ready guaranteed a packed house.
Manager Cooloy will present on this
occasion tho very laughable farce
comedy. "Other People's Money." It
will continue nlso for tho Tucsduy
nnd Wednesday evenings nnd Wed
nesday afternoon performances, be
ing followed by "The Great Conspir
acy on Thiiisuay evening, it in turn
lo ho followed by "Tho Squaw Man,
on Monday night, Feb. 10th.
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THU
First Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii.
In Probnto; at Chambers. In tho
Matter of the F.stato of Manocl 311
velra Perclrn, deceased. Order of
I'ctltlon for Allowance of Final Ac
counts and DischnrcR lu this Ustatc.
On reading and filing tho potltlon
and nccounta of Phllomena Senhury
Icrelra, lSxecutrK of tho Will of
Mnnool Sllvelra Perclia, Into of Ho
nolulu, deceased, wherein sho askH
lo bo allowed $499.05 and sho charg
er heiself with $122fi,00, and asks
that tho Biimo may bo examined nnd
approved, nnd that a final order may
bo mado of distribution ot tho prop
erty remaining In her hands to tho
persons thereto 'entitled, und dls
chuigliiR her fiom nil fuither re
sponsibility as such Kxccutrlx, it is
ciileied that Tuesday, tho 10th day
of March, A. D, 1908, at 9 o'clock n.
m before tho Judge of said couit at
tho court room of thu said court at
Honolulu, Island of O.tlin, ho and tho
biuno heiehy Is appointed as tho tlmo
and place for hearing bald potltlon
and accounts, and that all persons
Interested may then und there np
pcar and show cause, It any thoy
have, why tho samo should not bo
granted, and may present evidence us
lo who nro entitled to tho said prop
el ty. And that notlco of this order,
I In tho Kngllsh language, bo publish-
cd In tho Kvenlng Ilullotln, a nows-
paper printed and published in Ho
nolulu, onco n week for threo succes
sive weeks, tho last publication to ba
not loss than two weeks previous to
tho tlmo thoieln appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu, this 3lBt day
of January, 1908.
ALUXANDUR LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judgo of tho Circuit Couit of
tho First Clicuit.
(Sgd.) JOHN' MAnCALLINO.
Clerk ot tho Clirull Court nr
the First Circuit.
3914 Feb. 1, 8, IC, 22.
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