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RVENINO DOLLRXV3' HONOLTTUJ. T. 1!., THimSDAY, FED. c, 190S.
aXXn sflMa csfci vaycAVn' g
1908 Fiat Tread Diamond Tires? We
have just received a shipment and if
your Auto is in need of a tire you can
not do better than use a Diamond.
Just Keep in mind also that we have
a fine assortment of Auto sundries of
all sorts. As to Automobiles, well, we
have four of those famous Franklin Air
Cooled Cars on the way and due in a
few days. Will tel! you about them
when they arrive.
E. O. Hall & Son,
Local anil National
TliroiiRli tltu courtesy of Ilcrnard
Kolekollo, president uf tlio Klvcraldo
Junior?, nnil the rcpioscntntlvcH
thereof, the championship Eeriest In
the Kithiulunnolc Hnselmll League bo-
I Wrtitli tlin Fnnna n ml r A f .,.111
. , , .. " " Y- ' , canio up out of the culler yesterday
take place on succcsslvo Sunday lift- ,.... ,,..., , . , .,,, ,,
Well, Jess, When
Will Ysu Arrive
In The Orient?
IT. S. Hnggorly, tlm oinclnl sporting
dopentur for the San Kranclsco llullc
tin, tolls uu a few thlngc about Jess
Woods' plans, no follows:
Mlku Fisher, "tlio-wntch-uii-grow"
kid of the class A building brigade,
At Cut Prices
VALENCIENNES LACES at 5c a YARD
We have a big assortment cf these beautiful Laces
that came on the last trio cf the Akmeda, anil we arc of
fering them for sale at prices lower than any that have
over luen put on them in Honolulu.
ernoons, commencing 1'eb. !).
The following schedule was ndopt
cd by the league at the meeting held
Keli. , 2:.10 p. in. C. A. 0.
l-eb. 10, 2: 30 p. m. C. A. C.
.Feb. 23, 2:30 p. in. C. A. C.
The Ulvcinldc Junior League
, Jess Woods, the Ilan Johnson of the
Hawaiian lelands. The' last steamer
I from Honolulu brought a letter from
I Jess which confirmed the report that
vg Uu would ltlt San trauclsco shortly.
j"yep," obsencd Mlku, brushing the
(cobwebs off of n plumbing outfit, "I
' look for Woods any day. He wrote
that ho would be hero shortly. He la
Vd. comlner nr to attend to tonin Hint.
ters, and then he will go straight to
I. -anTa-.-rq-.jirj'ruwju.. mi aajfjr3mw"W,jw mm?' nifRFrat'M ltwiMltlfllJlLlB."Jjag'JSi
has China. These arc his calculations. Ho
tonsented to udd to the afternoon's i 1b going over to the Orient to mako
entertainment by allowing two of arrangements for playing tlio games!
their teams, each Sunday, to conte-ft ' "e, '"" Somebody hhould go, and
i.,- i. ,.,i -. . .i,.,I think Woods lr tlio best man. Ho
... .', ' . ' ,, , , has a good business head and he will
, championship contests, thus afford- ,,.. ?-..,, n...,l i. when tl...
,. . ...., .. .... .. ..
team loavos huio In riincmbcr or tlic
latter part of October."
Then the whistle blew, and Mlko
disappeared Into a dark basement to
direct tho work of his sturdy plumbers.
COOKING and HEATING by
I a o a
lug a full afternoon's amusement fur
I hone wishing to wltnecs the games.
The contest between tho C. A. C. s I
nnu Kanlas will be hard fought as I
I tho teams aro evenly matched, mid I
are continually practicing to get Into ,
the pink of condition. It will bo no-1
body's game until tho last Inning Is
'HAT'S COMFORT. CONVENIENCE, AND SAFETY.
iiaw&iiaai Electric Go., Ltd.,
Office, KING- ST. near ALAKF.A. PKONE 300.
placd. The Chinese boyH have
5 SEEK IN AN AVi")
: ' WOVtVtKliWMniVifV'JiniW
5 Just call 290 t
For Sidebone Spavin, E;i
Enlarged Tendons, and ol:l - ;
sistent cases of lameness.
SAFE CUBE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like inag'c on shoaldsr, h
loin and early tendon laner-css.
friends who will be there In iiiuuberR'
to root for their favorites. The Ka-'
alas nlm have inanv followera whoi
U'lll fliniil tltnm fill in vinitwv I'lin'
llr&t gamo begins at 1 p. in. Tho Supreme Court handed down
" x- I nn onlnlon thin luornlnir. on n sub
mission of nn agiced stntdulent of
facts. In the case of Father Valentin
The nmiltnl meeting Of tllU IIOllO- mil tlin Unwnll.in TriiKt n .. I.til .. ni.
Vi1.'.' Cr.IC.'?.'t C,"1,V1" ' llt'1,1'a '"- editors and trustees under the will
18th of this month. Tim sraann will I ... i. .. r . .. ..
probably open ccmn timo In May, uud
a movement Is on foot to limit Ik to
ubout four months time. Tho cable
shin Hentoier Is expected berk soon,
tuiil her team will bo entered In the
n u it
Tho annual meeting of thu KaaM
baheball club will take pbco tomorrow i
night, when officers for tin)' your' of1
l'.KlS will ho elected and plans for tho
luturo wlll.JiliMfociitised.t.i 1
' h liil'J' ,
1'rank Dillon has received a very ,
Interesting letter from Jack Illlss, tile
big catcher who was down hero with;
lIln.tio Fisher's aggregation: Jack
'.ays In p.ut: "I tell you, old man,
ihnt rounlry do.vn theio la tho gicat-,
est on earth, nnd I'm crazy to go ,
Bcrn!ii. If another ball team 1b organ-
, ' ! I am going to try to get on, but
.he troublo la that every ball player'
. tlio country has hoard of our trip'
) H -.?ll nnd will want to go."
Tl." yacht I.a I'aloma will bo
: with a 10 horse-power, foul
: gnrollno engine room. Com
1 ' Mi cfarluuo is thinking of al-
; Palonia to bo cntored In thu
:: '.J j:
tho star Coast league ball
of John Kna, leisus Marin K. Una
'1 he, pjdnlon U to settle a djlfercneo
01,ojiinlou whliMi auo between tho
executorM and thij"ivldow as to what
J,ytds or pioporty Should be used to
tatlsfjj tho delits of tjlo.deccdunt. Tho
s)Ilnbus says: ;
Kxecuttirs and udmlnlstiiitors;
luymcut of debts from downblo nnd
uondowable property. Debts of n
tolvent estate should be paid fioin
tush, but It that Is Insul!l6leut thu
, pei'Minulty In which the widow has
J no dower -Interest should be bold first.
i Id.; dower In mortgaged property.
1 Decedent's noto Bccured by mortgage
on real estate should If properly pru-
' tented ho paid In the same manner as
other debts, without contribution
fioin the widow, and she will bo on-
I titled to dower In the estate redeem
ed, notwithstanding her" releano lr
j tho oilglnal mortgage.
k n - c a a
Keb. 0, 1908.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 70; 8 a.m
72; 10 a. in., 71; noon, 72; morning
n Mo been playing in the I lluometcr, 8 n. m 30.11; absolute
living goon onera 10 may humidity. 8 a. in.. S.G1G cralns i.er
(.ublc foot; relative humidity, $ a.m
00 per cent.; dow point, 8 a. m., CO.
Ind 0 n. m., velocity 3, dliectlon
'.".ointa nnd help tlio Statn
v ay-up salaries. Doth HUdr
1 "Hrlck" navurcnttx hnvo of
lost to tho
0. 3 to 2.
& SONS, Honolulu
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
y Bulls, 0i bvav c? Y, 3., A. J. C. 0 Ko. 602
J. C. C, H . C-2304 at service at $10.
Til Posad Dairy
The pure-bred Jerssy Bulls, 0i bav c? Y, 3., A. J. C. 0 Ko. 60247,
and Qnenon Led, 2nd A. J. C. C, N . C-2304 at service at $10.
9-rrf m lwniWi'-
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
We are referring to your housi -it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. Let us fit it with a new c--at of paint Real Paint put cu by
Heal Painters. - i
THE PAINTEEPH0NE 420.
tt v. t:
.i in' basoball nine
, ej Ii ii j of aau Flail
:: :: ts
rii-orgo Young of tho transport lluf
:n!o and "Ilattllng" Itoblnson of tho
cruiser California fought twenty
roiinlj to a draw at Vnllojo.
:t u t:
Autoibts will petition the govern
ment for lulvllege of running motor
:ara Into Yosemlle valley.
:: t: u
N'o riMluctlnn of sala,y will bo mado
among members of tlio Oakland cojat
lenguo baseball team, and somo In
ci eases piomlEcd.
n tt t:
A new rule by tho Academic hjaguo
permit!, nil alliloto of any high school
to c3iupot9 for an ouUldc club. Call.
K; S a. m, velocity 'J. dliectlon 13:
Jo a in. velocity 1", direct on D;
hoc -Mty 10, direction J J.
1: ' I! during 21 hours ended
8 ii. m., .05 Inch. t
Total wind movement during 21
hours er.Jed.at noon, 247 miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN.
Fcutlon Director, U. S. Wathr Unresu.
ni i i-i
KISHIUYA INSTEAD OF
Ono of the Jnpancso hotels which
was reported as having closed in
I yesterday'o paper Is not clotcd. In
ttead of Ivlushluya the nanio should
luivo been Klshluyu Hotel, with placo
of buulness on Hotel street near HIv-
1 er. lviushluyn Is ono of the woll-
Mury Magdollno Correa, daughter of known Jupnneso hotels of Honolulu,
tho lato .Iohu (jorralti Quintal, iKitltlona Its proprietor Ib Mr. Nngata and it Is
that !. R. U. Strauch bo appointed ud- tdtuated on Aula lano.
nilnlstrr.tor of hla entato, valued nt i -..
J210. There aro tluuo adult helro al in the dUoico matter of Mnraou Akl
law. iKimolio as, Joseph Kanoho, tho llbol-
- m.f..--- ' eo ,.vs ne,i an nnBBcr which ho
Among tho paceengura who ramo denies all tho charges mado against
down on tho Mongolia yesterday wero him by Ma wlfo, and ho nlbo flics n
S. KolhibUy and wlfo. Mr. Kollnsk curs libel in which ho licences hur of
Is n biother of MrB. Mamilo lMillllps hating lived ill adultery with Josoph
of this city. K. Kauai of Honolulu, On this ground
; ho asks that a divorce bo granted him
Ifawnllan Tribo No. 1 will klndlo Its inbteail of his wlfo.
council flru In tho Warriors Degree -n- t
thlH uveiilng for tho purpose of teach
ing nn advancing brother thu mys
teries of that degree.
Mr. and Mrs. Untold ltlc, who ro
turncTl In Ihu liner Mongolia yester
day mo booked to sill for Kauai this
afternoon on tho steamer Mlknhala.
Clerk A. V.. Murphy of tho United
Unites couit, was an arrival In tho
A motion has been filed by several
of the respondents In tho Afong caso,
supported by un nfTdaUt, for a com
mission to Issue to B, Hnskott Darby,
of San Francisco, to. take tho testi
mony of ,. J Diinno, loimerly attor
ney for Julia H, Afong.
If you haven't taken ndvnntago of
SacliB' nflor-stock-taklng haigaln sale,
you should do so at once. Onlv m rw
Men Who Administered
Mrs. Mary I,. Smldt, an aged Swed
ish woman living In Denver, Is, accord
ing to tho Ilocky Mountnln News, pre
paring to claim a million dollars
worth of property located In Honolulu.
According to her story her husband,
Chns. I. Smldt, Ihed here In 18G8, hut
had to leave on account of some
troublo In 1880, when ho lc-rt largo
properties which ho had acquired. In
tho hands of three men, two of which
wero named Chnmbcrlaln nnd I'arU.
1-atcr on ho wanted to return to claim
thu propcrt but ho died before ho
could carry out this plan.
Swedish Consul Ilodlck, to whom
tho womnn had written about tho mat
ter, was seen today. As ho had Just
lcturned from Germany, ho had not
handled tho i.flalr, but this had been
done by A. J. Wlrtz, to whom ho re
ferred the roiiorter.
Wlrtz stood that ho did not core to
gho out thu details, ns It was a con
biilar matter. "I think that Smldt
must have gotten land hero when It
was very cheap," said Wlrtz. "Still
I do not IhlniC that anjone hero will
have to have palpitation of tho heart
about tho matter. Ah a matter of fact,
I have not ns yet located thu property
.exactly and cannot say how much It
Is worth, but I am confident that It Is
nothing near as much na tho report
has It. I am afraid that thu claim of
the widow will not bo nn easy ono to
press, ns thestatiito of limitation will
probably bo found to hnvo barred hui
"Thu Park who Is mentioned Is, 1
fool sine. Marshal Parko and tho
Chamberlain was a police otuclal In
1880. lloth these men are dead. It
appears that Smldt got Into trouble,
tho exact nature of which I do not
think that I ought to divulge, and, ac
cording to tho law nt that tlmo bin
propel ty was administer by a board
consisting of Iho Marshal, another po
lice olllclaand some other oinclnl."
W. 6. I'arko, tho son of thu lato
Maruhal, and Will Chamberlain, whoso
father' nnd Hired uncles lived In Ho
nolulu at tho time, wero bath seen,
but neither had at any tlmo heard
anything aboyj Smldt or his cstuto.
Vice . President Hiland
Says He Would
Like To Stay
Jumes Hiland, vice president of the
Chicago, Mllwaukco & St. rnul Hail
way, his son, nnd F. A. Miller, gen
cial pahreiiRer ngctit of the road,
formed a paity of visitors which
Chairman Wnldrou of the Promotion
Committee took on an nutomobllo
tour of tho town yeslorday after
noon. Mr. Hiland Is making the trip to
the Orient on tho Mongolia and pro
uilbe's to stop over u steamer on his
return. Ho became more doclded In
thl3 opinion after his trip ubout tho
"It Is tho most beautiful city I
have ever seen," vns Mr. JIHand'a
opinion of It after having been to
Wnlklkl, to tho Aauiulum, through
tho Park, to College Hills, and about
the lesldcntlnl seUlon.
"Why, this has Florida nnd Now
Oi leans skinned to death," was the
way tho lounger llllund put It. And
Iho only regret of the entire party
was that they could not remain lon
ger In tho city without completely
upsetting their Itinerary.
Wlion Mr. Hiland saw tho koa fur
niture of tho Commercial Club ho Im
mediately becamo Interested and In
quired tho cost of the Hawaiian ma
hogany, ns it appealed to him. as ex
cellent for the furnlHhlngs of tho
curs of tho Chicago, Mllwnukee & St.
Tako tho children to tho Punch and
Judy show at tho Garden Party on tho
iBtii, nnd glvo thorn a good tlmo, In
cldcntnlly helping on a good work..
Thursday, February 6.
SALIVA CnUf. Sailed Fob, 5:
A.-H. . S. Texan, for San Diego.
"It la my firm conviction, formed
from conditions as I have found
them throughout tho United States,
that 1908 will bo ono of tho bjnnor
veins for tho automobile bushiest;,"
Ltales Roy r. York, vlco president of
tho F. I). Steams Company, who U
now In San Fianclsco, ''I wUh to
i mphnslzo thu fact that this opinion
Ib not tinged with lindiio optlmlHiu, It
Is my own pursonnl belief that ns
things opjii up In the Hpilng trado
will bo found to bo In ndnilrnblo con
dltloii. This Is tho opinion of many
other sales managers whom I hnvo
met of lato."
WHITNEY & MARSH
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
In plain, checks nnd stripes; something new
nnd different to what you have been accus
tomed to sec in
In shade of tans, browns, greys, blues and
S See ; Window : Display 9
WMITIWI MH m MB H ln'fl Hi HWfcfcjyilli !
AT KOLOA, KAUAI
Alarmict Story From Kauai Cauces
No Excitement In
A wireless was received In tho city
from Kutiat last evening announcing
that war Is imminent botween thu Mc
Urydo nnd Koloa plantations oer tha
right to ceitaln water Binirces of
streams In Hint section or tho Island.
It was stated that fron) one hundred
to two hundred men from each plan
tation weiu guarding thu stream in
Thuru seems to bu no great oxclto
ment, however, nt tho locul head
quarters of the Mcllryde and Kolon
plantations. Hackfeld & Co. roprc
bent Koloa and Dai lea & Co., Mo
llrydu. Attorney W, A. Klunuy said
ho could not discuss his cases. Attor
ney Cooper said tho same.
11 1h understood that thuru Ik a dif
ference of opinion between tho jflniita
tlona fta to-lhe ownership of, tlio Wat
er In ceitaln ctrcams In tho Koloa
tectlnn. Tho matter will probably bo
decided In, the courts.
I: Iil WrWY
Tonight's performance nt tho Or
phetim will bo tho tlrst ono of "Tho
Great Conspiracy," a story of love,
treachery and high llnauco that In
tho opinion of Manager Cooley
should prove of Interest to tho many
Honolulu people who like vigorous
melodrama. Tho "conspiracy" Is set
on foot by a Willi street broker nnd
lnolves tho tapping of the Atlantic
cablo and the sending to tho United
States of a false report destined to
nffect tho Now York stock market.
Ho ns u result grows Immensely weal
thy, while his business associates aro
mined. The sccno on board the
jacht when the hero attempts to
prevent tho tupping of the cablo is
a powerful ono, Tho play ts full of
"The Great Conspiracy" Is to con
tinue for three nights and tho Sat
urday matinee, giving way on Mon
day night to tho greatest show of tho
season, "The Squaw Man." In this
magnltlcent story of the Western
plains, the company at the Orpheum
will ho seen nt Its vory best, :Tho
Man from Mexico" follows "Tho
(Continued from Face 1)
and In view of these circumstances
tho coinpnny felt that It would not
bo nble to grant tho petition for a
10-1I0 bcrvlce, ns this would menu nn
other ear, costing $8000 a year, or n
lots to the company of $0000 a year.
The members of tlio Ijorctanln
btrcct committee stafj that they are
satisfied that tho company under
these circumstances could not be ex
pected to grant tho Improved bchod
ulc. The Wnlulao committee, on the
other hand, feels that the 11. T. Co.
is n public servico corporation, nnd
that It la unfortunate If it Is not
making us much money ns was ex
pected, but that thu public, In spite
of this fact, Is entitled to n satisfac
tory service. Tho committee has not
decided to sue the company," for the
icason, for ono thing, that it bus no
power to make any such decision, it
will make a report to tlio Wnlnlae
Improvement Club, which will then
make Its, decision.
fS- VOH MnNT cards on salt
a in Bullatln nfflRo.
An opinion was handod down by tho
Supreme Court this morning lr, the
matter of l.uclo lA-rrclrii vs. Kama;
Fnniihau Sugar Plantation Co. gar
nishee, In which thu decision of the
dlstiict magistrate discharging thu
garnishee 1 reversed nnd tho caso re
manded. The syllabus says: "A gen
era! appearance mado by a garnlbheo
Is n waiver of any defective horvlce."
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO ST9.
nnu rc&ro ukcmuubm
This Sale Means MONEY
We have included in the lot all of the best and most .
seasonable goods in th: store.
PRICES CUT ALMOST IN HALF
The superiority of the goods is maintained. Some of
the articles were on a steamer ten dajs ago. Nothing
shopworn; nothing that is not as good as you will find in
the leading stores on the mainland.
COME IN TIME TO PICK
L B. KERR &. CO., Ltd.
Alakea Street, near Hotel
' days aro left. ,
Fins Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
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