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VOL. X. NO. 3943
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MARCH 6. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
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WOOD SAYS SHIP
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 6.
The Senate has passed the bill for in-
creasing the pay of the Army. i
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 6.
Refined sugar advanced ten cents a
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 6.
The House is considering the appro
priation of $400,000. to reimburse
the Catholic Church for damage done
its property in the Philipnines during
the war with the Filipinos.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 6.
The arbitration treaty with Mexico
has been agreed to by the Senate.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.,-March 5.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s. 3d.
Parity, 4.10 cents. Previous quota
tion. 10s. 2 3-4d. i .
ABOUT LOOKING UP the house
when you go out, if your silver plate,
jewels and valuable papers are in our
Why, a burglar would have to
bring a dray to carry off enough
rum and brio-a-brao to make it worth
while, and that is hardly the safest
kind of a "haul".
If you haven't a safe-deposit box,
rent one at once from us.
PnmrvMiv I id
r wumuuiij UIUI
Port Si. B'.pol-Jl"
FOR THE HOT DAYS COMING.
WHITE LISLE SHIRTS and DRAWERS:
Cool, comfortable, sanitary 75 per garment
Ribbed, sleeveless. , . , , . . , $1.00 each
MORRIS UNIVERSITY- ' ,
Short-sleeved coat; knee drawers. . . .50 per garment
SORIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGGAN: A
In shirt and drawers 75$ per garment H
ALL NEW STOCK. EVERY SIZE. H
k CORNER HOTEL
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 6.
The Law Brothers have planned to
build great docks on the North
BANKER IS SUICIDE
DETROIT, Mich., March 6. Ell
wood Hance, Vice President of the
Union Trust Company, committed
TOKIO, Japan, March 0. Four
hundred houses' have been burned at
Nodasoy, a suburb of this city. The
loss is five million yen.
IB IK! ISSUE
(Special Uullctln Wireless)
IIILO, Hawaii, March C. Deputy
Sheriff Rtcknrd of Hamnkua has le-
tlgned On motion uf Supervisor,
I'urdy, Home Killer, seconded by Su
pervisor, Wood, Jlomocrat, the Homo
Ilulj llparc! of Supervisors unpointed
nnrryoverend tolie vacancy. Ovorj,
end Is, a whle man. '
1 - HUCKIiAND.
AT THE ill BOTH
A danco wlllvbo given tonight by
tlio Moan a In honor of tho ladles and
officers of tho Transport Shorman,
which Is expected to arrlvo Eonio tlmo
today. In ensu she does not get In
today, tho danco will tnko place on
tho ovenlng of her arrival, whenover
that may be. '
Music will bo furnished by thq regi
mental baud, and an enjoyable time
Is assured to all who come. !l
Friends, of thq Moatia and of tho
Army and Navy are cordially Invited
That's the watchword of our con
cern, and we take pride in it.
STREET AND FORT. t
Honored By School
I)y nila Wheeler Wilcox)
DIIKAMINO of thrones, Bho grow
from child to mold,
Whllo under Iloyal Palms, toft
She saw herself, In Time's appointed
Itullng her kingdom, by love's potent
Her radiant youth. Imperially arrayed
Whcro tropic suns, wero tempered bv
Protecting loveher pleasant pathway
And there she dwelt, a Princess In her
Dreaming of thrones.
Marauding changes, brutally Invado
Her Island homo: anil yet Time's hand
Her name has left tho fragrance of u
And In the regal state that was her
Sho sloop., In beauteous youth that
Drcamlng of thrones.
, "May your plllklas Le pau
' And your pleasures vela ka hao."
The above was a parting toast by
Mrs. Wilcox at the KululanI School
this forenoon. She- was assisted by
Mr. Atkinson as an.authorlty on Ha
Lovingly nnd pleasantly Mrs. Ella
Wheeler Wilcox was greeted by tho
children of tho Knlulant School at
their exercises hold this morning.
Tho occasion was In memory of tho
death of the lato Princess Kalulanl.
As soon as Mrs. Wilcox and her
party, consisting of Oovernnr and
Mrs. Frenr, A. L. C. Atkinson and
Mr. Wilcox arrived, the children sang
"Aloha Oo" and "Hawaii Ponol.'
Mrs. Wilcox oxpresscd her apprecia
tion by bowing to tho children. Mrs.
Frnser, tho principal of tho school,
with her assistants, received the
guests, who were subsequently es
corted Into the assembly room on tho
Princess Kalulanl's large ptctuia
was conspicuously placed near the
piano. It was surrounded by lels
made by tho school children. A
large Hawaiian Hag was hung at the
icar of tho platform.
Seated on the platform wore MrB.
Klla W. Wilcox, Mr. Wilcox, Gov
ernor and MrsKrear, A. L. C. Atkln-
Furniture Clearance Sale
25 per cent
Discount on almost our Entire Stock
THIS OFFER IS MADE TO GET RID OF THE GOODS. We need lots of room in a few
days for goods now en route to us. The only articles excepted from this discount in
our entire stock are those few which require but little space. Anything that takes
up room must be sold it will be yours for 75 of its real value!
Sale Starts Monday Morning
Biggest Bargains ever offered here
J. HOPP& CO.,
LEWERS'& COOKE BUILDING 185 KING STREET
AND PEARL HARBOR BILL WILL
AN INCREASE IN
PRINCESS VICTORIA KAWEKIU KAIULANI
(Born October 10, 1875. Died March G, 1899)
The late Princess as She Appeared During Her School Days
son, Alex. II. Poid, Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
L. Rhodes, Ilurton Holmes, Mr. Do
ll I no, Mrs, Willis, Mr. nnd Mrs, Do
Weese, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dayton, W.
II. Hoops of Chicago, III., Mis. Itobt
Jocolyn of Chicago, and a few others.
The children stood In tho assembly
loom with their teachers. Tho pic
tures of George Wnshlngton and
Abraham Lincoln occupied conspicu
After the guests were seated Mrs.
Frasor told tho children that Mrs.
Wilcox had kindly composed a poem
for the late Princess Kalulanl. Gov
ernor Frcar, on bohalf of Mrs. Wil
cox, read the poem to tho children.
Preceding this, however, Governor
Frear stated It was an honor to tho
school to liavo as Its guest Mrs. Wil
cox, whose namo Is well known by
everybody. He told the children to
build for good citizenship. "Char
acter," ho said, "Is tho principal!
thing." And he ndvlsed them to re
member the good things they are
tnught In school. He was loudly up
plaudol ' VM'in.
l-ollo.. 1 "''. Mih.
Tucker ascended iui l. I --m und
led the children In singing "Aloha
(Continued on Page 4)
WILL BEA THE UaNA
Thero will be n military hop at the
Moana Hotel this evening in honor
of Colonel Ilrush nnd the ofilcors nnd
ladles of tho 24th Infantry, provid
ing tho U. S. A. T Sherman roaches
port. The famous colored band of
the 24th will play on tho beautiful
Moana grounds during the Intermis
sions of tho dances, Tho regiment
follows tho band and the Moana will
bo the sccno of much gaiety this
ovenlng. In cue of the non-nrrlval
of tho Sherman, tho danco will be
held on Satuiday evening.
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11 Affi CIS
Prosser To Represent
M. F. Prosser leaves for Wnshlus
ton, I). C, on the Manchuria to repre
sent thu Territory In llvo casea now
pending before tho Supremo Court of
tho United States.
Two of tho cases are tho appeals of
the Rapid Transit from tho Income
and property tax assessments of ISO"
The Morltn Kelzo caso Is another. Mo
rlta has been under senlonco of death
lor murder nearly two years, but hai
been reprieved several times pending
thu decision of Iho United States Su
premo Court, to which tho case was
Tho fourth cam it that of Assessor
Holt vs. tho Intcr-lHlanil. This N the
ojho which Invulvcn the right of tho
Government to garnishee seamen's
wages for taxes, i
The Inst caso Is that of tho Terri
tory vs. Cotton Ilruthors, In till J
cuse tho Territory has a judgment
against Cotton nrothers for 930,000
damages for tho loss of n dredger be-,
longing to tho Territory nnd used by
tho defendants In tho Pcnrl Harbor i
work. Mr. Pio-rrr expects to bo nb-'
kent from tho Territory about six or
IT IDE SEASIDE
Tomorrow illght In, honor of olllccrs
'mid Indies on buard tho transport Sher
man, arriving lioni Manila, a danco
will bo gtvMi at tho' Seaside Hotel.
Friends of tho Army nnd of tho Sea
tldo are cordially Invited. A special
dinner vlll bo cerved from G to 8. Ho
servo yiut fbleH early. lu case tho
tr""r':ort M s to arrive today tho
danco will bu given tho night of her
A Sponge is a necessity to
the cleanly uerson; and our
Sponges are Luxuries to every
Good Meals I
Snappy Shoe Styles
P, 0. Box 4C0,
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"I liavo not the slightest doubt In
my own mind but that nil the appro
priations asked for Pearl Harbor will
be altovvoil by Congress. It has been
hard work back there, ns you all
Know, but there has alwajs been tho
same spirit of boost, boost, boost, go
Ing In full force, nnd the leglslntlvu
heads of the (loveinmenl simply can
not overlook ns."
This was the characteristic state
ment of II. P. Wood. Secretary of tho
Promotion Committee, who arrived
home again this afternoon on tho Al
nmeda after n'li absence of over two
months. He wits rushed, terribly so,
on the dock, for ho wanted to get his
things prepared so that he could go
right home, but he took tlmo to stop
and tnlk with a couple of newspaper- '
"Of courso, I don't supposo that I
have any very startling news for
;ou," ho continued, "for ou hero
hnvo recolvcd latr l;-.,dlIgcnco from
Washington than I have However,
I will say that I flrmly believe tho
Ship Subsidy tilll applvlng to this part
of tho ocean runs, will go thtough,
which. If It does, will mean Ihut thu
Oceanic SteamBhlp Company will Im
mediately put the Ventura and Sono.
ma Into commission. It Is not neces
sary rnr'nui'to say what this will
mean- tV Honolulu nnd Hawaii ou
"I surely nm glad to get back horo
where there Is r.omo real sunshlno
again. Jt is tho old story of "Thero Is
no plnco like Home, Sweet Homo' or
Aftor leaving the steamer Mr. Wood
was driven Immediately In his home.
He wns met and welcomed on tho dock
by n number of Honolulu business
""very lady nnd gentleman wants
their shoes to look well nnd also
want a blacking that will give n
good luster at tho same tlmo not soil
ing tho clothes. A box of IllackoU
with tho koy-turn will accomplish
all requirements for the shining of
I "Tho Homo Ilulo party will endorso
thu reappointment of Judge Kcpolkal
end a petition to this effect will ho
presented, to Governor Trear for ron
clderatlou.'' This statement was
I made by n number of well known
Homo Holers this morning nl their
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
for gentlemen. We have
them in our windows.
One of them is our new tan
Blucher Oxfoid for Spring and
Summer wear. It is made of
genuine Russia Calf on the
The correct Welted sole,
with smooth inner-soles, soft,
and pliable, makes it an easy
and stylish shoe. The leather
takes n delightful polish.
This shoe wears well, and
holds its shape till the end.
Price ?4.50, Ask for Style
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