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KVENINO IIULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II., SATl'HDAV, KIUJ 22, 1908.
RIGHT or WROIG
Franklins are either desperately
wrong or everlastingly right
And you ought t- know wtiich.
An air-cooled motjr that cools tktter than water, and
yet produces a more clllcicnt cylinder-wall tcmpcratuic is
either a big mistake or a big advantage.
Light-weight conttmction that is stronger and safer
than heavy construction is either a foolish fad or advanced
common sense. 9
Complete comfort built into ha very frame of the car
and net ability, rather than over-weighted power-rating,
arc cither a passing notion or the longest step fonvaid yet
taken in automobiling.
You owe it to you'sclf to investigate thess questions
before you buy a motor-car.
Come in here and see the Franklin tcforc you decide.
E. O. Hall fc Son, Ltd.
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is m io rci
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SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
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Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask for QUINN.
Jrst an ived ex Alameda. T ic best quality and latest patterns in
i hi w
In fancy plaids, striped ad Hover designs,
LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY.
YEE CHAN & CO., cor. Bethel & King
Followed To Grave By
Large Gathering Of
Frank Landers ltoogj wns laid to
his Inrt real e3lcrday afternoon The
lout rltea wcro iicrformed under the
directions of the Mason, of which
order (lie dcccarccl uni n memlior, and
vere cry solemn ami ImprcwUe.
The casket was placed In the main
hall of (ho Maonlc Temple It wni
at erect with wreaths and a multitude
of other Moral tributes sent by the
nany friends whom tho cleccaed had
left to mourn hit loss. At 3 o'elorfi
ill were admitted to the (hamhcr,
where the family nnd tho cniplojcs of
the Slar were nlrcail) seated Then
began the nd nnd beautiful Masonic,
iltual service, beliii; conducted by Pa
-Ifle lodge n RJr A F ft A M..
mebcrc of Hawaiian nnd Orcnnli
1 odfie" and sojourning brethren alo
The llpinl wan reinforced by necrnl
tuolnK hymni sunt; without accom
ranlment by a ijuarlrt ennipojcd of
Vn WelRht, Mis. Ilercr. I) V. An
dersnn and Arthur Will
At the ennrltislnn of tho Fcrvlees the
.Maoin. followed by others attending,
ilewril the remains, circling the ia
ket. the widow, lirnxlly veiled, sup
ported bj the brotlicr, Inking an In
terval to perform this alTectlng detail.
The cahct v. as borne to tho hcarso
by 1' It. MeHlockor. J. A. McCnndlcaa,
li Hoiltus, C It Frailer, C. II Ath
eiton Oeorgo V Honshnll, II. A
Hermit nnd Waller 0. Smith.
After the rervlec3 the cortecc lira
ccc'lcd to the Kuunnii Valley ecinctnry,
tho rmplojcs of the Star and many
Masons being taken there in a speelal
iir while the family and othrri went
In cnrrlngcs. Sc oral 'wagons were
neccsrary to carry the Moral emblems
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5ji At the entrance to tho cemetery those
who had nrrhrd In the car arranged
themsfhes in two lines, between which
the hearse, chief mourners, Mti3onr
nml pallbcarcn passed, uncovering a
they did to
At the grave the Maionle Mrvice3
were eimeludcd A lambskin. Masonic
pymbol of Innocence, wns deposited In
the prove and bits of evergreen, sym
bols of Immortality, were dropped up
on tho cntUet by each of tho brothers
as they marched around tho grave.
II 12. I)r Wu Ting Fang, Chinese
Ambassaclor to the United States, ar
rived here this morning on tho Pacific
Mall liner Siberia 'with a retinue of of
flclals and servants to tho number of
70. It wns tho lorgcet Blnglc party
that has travelled on tho big boat.
Decked out In the most gorgeous fin
ery, after tho custom of the Howcry
kingdom, tho members of the party
strolled around on the deck of the ves
mil mm -lia ....11ml Inln im.l nnvlnff nl
tl 113 nil ,llivl llllu iw, i, ur.a.ih
what could be seen or the sights or
Honolulu, or kow-towing n cheery
good morning to other fcllow-passcn-
All Chinatown wns out, to greet tint
Illustrious man from their own coun
try. Ah soon ns they vto allowed,
they swnrmed up the gang-plank and
on to the deck of the Hlbcrh. theie
waiting for a gllmjico of V.'tl Ting
Fang. On the wharf outside, n com
pany of the National (luard stood pa
tiently In Hue wnltlng for tho appear
inco of the emissary lei the United
States that they might escort him up
town, Tl.c local Chlncso Consul and
all the notable Cclcsllala of Honolulu
wcro In nttendnncc, many of them
rtanilli'g nl plnces of vantage nt tile
font of the gang plnnk, others In the
parlors of the ship. "
Ills Excellency did not appear for
some time, on account of tho fact that
he wns taking IiIh morning bnth, and
also It took him some time to prepare
for such a magulfliciil reception. There
are other not ible iilllc lals In tho piny
with Wu Tlim Tang Ho Wing Slu Is
the new Chinese Alee consul to Hono
lulu but he Is now on n pleasure trip
to New YorK
Wu Ting I'ang will call on the
Chlncro nib Ills here today. The SI
berla nails at G o'clock
We have several in stock and a large shipment of all sizes
' on the way.
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belleo that any man who really de
sires to bo cured of the liquor habit
can cure himself by using Orrlno. This
remarkable treatment has made H
many cures that we are glad to sell It
under :in ahrolulo gua'ranteo to refund
'he money If It docs nqt cure.
It Is In two forms: No. 1 that can
bo given secretin and No. 2 for those
who wish to bo cured. It Is not only
tho mott reliable treatment known, but
It Is iiIfo tho must economical as It
co3ts only Si a bos and thorn Is no de
tention from tht usml dutlc3, while If
a euro In not cfteeted, there Is no ex
iicnsc whiitover Mall ordem tilled on
,-ccclpt of prlco in plain sealed pr.ck'
aeo. Wrlto for fieo booklet. Tho Or
rine Co, 'Washington, D. C, or Hino
'ulu Drug Co.
W. Ii. Hopper nnd (leorgo V. Hen.
ton, nppralcrs of tho Knpaa anil Kc
alia lands, wcro mourning passen
gers by ttie W. ' Hull this morning.
They v8e) (icrompanled by l'rlvnto
Secretory, Mcllrldc, who has been
with the, appraisers throughout their
tilp. Manager Knlrchlld also cumo
to town 'o witness tho rioral H.irude
After the nppriilscrs Hnlshcd their
work nt Kcalla, Mr. Hopper and Mr.
Kenton took n trip through Tho
country Js far ns'Makawcll. Part ot
the way.hey wcro accoinpanled by
the Hullotlii 111,'in, who Bpcnt u
d.i) going over tho Kalnheo home
htcuds unci the sun minding country
uf Mcllryelo plantiitlon.
Library, Statue, Stadium
And Arch Are All
Tho McKlnljy Memorial Fund
Committee held a meeting yesterday
uftcrnoon to listen to tho various
proposals submitted for tho expend
iture of tho moneys In I'ts hands lu a
llttlng nihnnor. Sirs, arthnm, rcp-
escntlng the Kllohnnn Art League,
spokn In faMir of using tho money to
construct a memorial arch at the on
trnnco to tho old flshmnrkct.
Prof. Scott suggested that tho
funds should bo used to piovlele a
statue of tho lato President for tho
i.ow High School library, anil that
whntovcr funds remained nhoulcl bo
i-pcnt to purchaso a refercneo library
fur tho school. If this wcro done the
school could to named tho McKlnlcy
Public High School, anil would thus
stand u lasting tribute to McKlnlcy.
Prof. Wood wanted tho mon-y
spen, on u stadium on tho Normal
School grounds, which were well
nulled for this purpose.
l'liiiill II. L Ilomlrlck appeared
In fuVor of erecting u heroic statuo
of McKlnlcy In tomo public place. In
tills connection sketches wore exhib
ited by (jorelou Usbornc, a son of Her.
1. Usbornc, who has achieved miirrt
llstlnctton with his work on tho
mainland, nml who Is now visiting
hero. The bkcteh submitted by jfr.
Uicbornii nttnictecl consldcriiblo nt
tcnllon, his design being for n statue
unci pedestal tho name sl?o ns Ihu
Kiimchamcha stntuo. The pccleslnl Is
elaborated with thrco Mgurcs, typi
fying the three Tcirltorlcs odclo'l to
the United StntcH iluring tho McKln
lcy administration, Hawaii, tho Phil
ippines and Porto ltlco. Tho statue
and flgurcs nro to bo cast In bronze
H om models to bn made hero by Mr
tlsboine, the whole being estimated
to cn3t between eight unit nine thou
Thcro were present al tho meet
ng: Judge Dole, llcv. W. I). 'Vcstcr
' clt. Pior. Kdgar Wood, I A. Schacr
er, Gov. Cleghorn, Dr. Hogers, Prof.
Scott. J. (I. Kcthv.'cll. Charles M
Cooke, It. S. liosmor, T. Cllvo Daic3,
II. K. Hendricks, Cordon Usboruo,
Mrs. W. M. (Iraham nnd Mr, Sack
wltz, tho latter repcf.entlng the
lluckcjc Club and seconding tho pro
los.il of tho Kilohana Art League
B. "-?" M
,F fS First Showing
F sWfv of New 4
i i Sprmg 1
! A pretty VTov 3
assortment of N. k S 4
new designs and No Jr 2
colorinps in sheer - r
material s j-Hj xsW & A
from 20o yd. 0V" 4
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r "DOROTHY DAINTY" Ribbon Sets. V JA
RBAI ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Obtainable at nil druggists and
POTTSE & SONS, HonoSolu
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 house it needs a coat of paint and needs
itvbadly. Let us fit it with a new coat of paint Real Paint put cu by
, Stanley Stephenson,
THE PAINTE RPHtftlE 420.
1 i:VJS-Ir Stn KraiHrco, J?e 22,
1508. Philip l.cwl's, a native of I.on
don, Hnglnnd, father ot Harry P.,
Fred M. and IM",ni 1 . Lewis, In I1I3
i,m, 11 11 w 11 mmBmw tmmmm ufw
Feb. 22nd,. 1908.
:t -a a -x- -a
i n a :: it : it it a
The band will piny at tho Seaside
Hotel tonight for the Cafo Chantant.
Following Is the program:
. The "Mart-elllaUo"
March "Cafo Chantant" ...... Telke
Overture "Jolly Fellows" .... Suppo
Waltz '! aura" Mlllockcr
' Reminiscences of Offenbach" Co 11 null
March "Punch and Judy" .... Henry
Intermezzo "Love In lllack nnd
March "l.a Llckettc" Darls
Wlaltz "Merry Widow" , lchar
I'lnalc "Madame Angot" .... Lecocci
"The Star Spangled Ilanner." v
WU NOT TO HURRY
WE ARE AQENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
HUMDR AND WIT!!! I!
17 ORIGINAL STUNTS!
For the Benefit of the Yacht
Tickets S1.00 Each
on .sale at Mclnerny Shoe Store.
(Continued from Face 1)
ol-c, fiokc to Ambastndcr Vu dn the
effect of tho Chinese Inclusion Act,
u)nu tho local Chinese. His remark;,
though brief, were to the point:
"I wish to fctatc on behalf ot the
Hawaii Chlncso that tho Chlncso Hx
elusion Act Is a hardship to us busl
i.ess men here. Tho Territorial law te
all right, but tho restriction of the
Chinese from entering this Territory
la commercially a hardship to us. I
Wish Your Excellency would sco your
way to do something for tho good ot
your people hero and elsewhere."
Ambassador Wu said that ho would
tako the matter under consideration.
Mr (loo Klin spolio on tho samo sub
ject and Itcv. Thwlng. In his eloquent
Chinese, emphasized tho fact that
something should bo elono towards
eliminating the exclusion act.
Ambassador Wu was apparently
pleased to hear Itcv. Thwlng speak tho
fhlncto languago and I16 chatted'uulle
"I am thankfiU that tho Oovernor
has tent you down here to most me.'
Hdld Ambassador Wu to Captain
Oeorgo Smithies of the GoeinorY
The Ambassador nindo ai raiigements
with Captain Smithies as to his laud
ing and shortly afterwards, he, accom
panied by his party, ilosc ended the
gangplank to his carriage
Recorded Feb. 13, 1008.
W O Smith to W M Mlnton Par
lie): lot 11, blk C, Mlnton tract, llo-
10V.lt! ; VIOO. II 291, p JSS. Doted
Feb 10, 1308.
Joseph K Clark to Kaulmakanla
Lazarus (widow); D; It P (Or) 2t
llietiinla St, Honolulu; S10. U :t02.
p 118. Dated Feb 10, 1D0S.
Murlon C Crook and hsb (L H) to
Almoin M Mann; M; pes land nml
It W, Dowsctt lane nnd Kill,; !tr
Honolulu; lots A. nml K, II P ilGO
una It W, Kapaliiin.i, Honolu'u; pes
land, Knllhl, Honolulu; HOO shales
Hawaii Photo & Art Co Ltd; ?'00Q.
II 207, p 489. Dated Feb 111. 1908.
Marlon C Crook and hsb (L It) In
Angela MMann; M; 500 shares Hn
wall Photo & Art Co Ltd, etc; SI,
000. Dated Feb 13, 1908.
Aclrl.ino II Souza unci wf to oJso
J Cnldolra; I); fi 1-2 acres land, Kan
pakultin, Hnmakualoa, Maul; SIU0.
11 299, p 217. Dated Jnn 30, 190S.
Antonio Vlelru unci wf to Antoiili
Nobrlga; D; lot 14, Piiiiomnlcl lots,
Miikiiwno, Maul; SIOO.xll 299, p
218. Dated Jnn 14, 1908,
Charles Copp ct al to Oeorgo S.i
buiei et al; L; por H P (Or) 1112,
Pauwclauku, Iliimnkualoa, Maul; 20
yrs at 10 yrs nt $718, 10 yis at
S89'.fi0. 1) 298, p lOTi. Dated Jail
Leong Hong to Knla Kanaliiiiia;
Itol: lot 28,. Patent 4083, Kiimeha-
incllcl, Kula, Muul; .r0. II 297, p
48 (. Dated Jnn 24, 1908.
Louisa Mossmun and hsb to M A
Tavnrcs ct nl; D; pes land, KIII1111
Otilch, Makawao; pes land, Llllkol,
Humnkualoa, Muul; S2200. 1) 299, p
219. Dated Feb 10, 1908.
.loo da Cambra and wf to Fran
cisco da Anudaj D; lot lb, Knono
ulil lots, Kula, Maul; 2r0. II 2'J9,
p 220. Dated May 17, 190(1.
jono do Lima tn J It Souza Jr ot
ids; I); 3 ncrcs lane, Kaupakulu'i,
Hamakualoa, Maul; J 3 00. II 299, p
221. Dated Jan 2G, 1908,
W O Alkon and wf to Anlono Vle-
ra; D; lot 14, Puuomalel lots, Muki-
wiio, Maul; S213.no. II 299, p 222.
Dated Fob 17, 1900.
Chas Lovoll and wf to Paulo Knal;
D; Kul 4G94, Anahola, Konlnu, Ka
uai; SloO. II 302, p 117. Dated
Feb 12, 1908.
at the automobiles, bungics and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US! ,
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The Cigar of Quality.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
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Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'c. Loans: Collec
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Gas Co., Lfd.
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The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
The easiest riding auto, in town for
publio service and the one to be hired
at the lowest rate, I have.
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3. A. McLEOD. . . .TELEPHONE 244.
Blank books of all tort, ledgers,
etc. manufactured "by tho llnlHiln Pub
1 Rhine Comnany.
The Weekly Edltlsn of the Evenlnn
Bulletin gives a complete luminary ot
he news of te day.
ad NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
From $1.25 to $2.00 for the best on earth.
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN. SHORT DRAWERS WITH
SHIRTS TO MATCH, $1.00 the Suit.
SCSIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS, full length.
STRAW HATS from $2 to S3.
LATEST BLOCK DER-I
Tho regular meeting of the flullil
-.nil Woman's Auxiliary will be hold
on Monday afternoon, Feb. 24, at
2-30, nt the resldonco of Mrs. H. 1).
Tcinnny. A full ntlondniire Is cinch
ed, ns tho Lenten work will bo
planned at this meeting.
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