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to keep up with the advertising pace.
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VOL. X. NO. 3944
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MARCH 7. 1908-12 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
FOH OFFICIAL SAYS JAPAN
9 Jb mb it ti n
PEKIN, China, March 7. The demand of Japan is that China shall
return the cargo of the Tatsu Maru and offer an apology for the insult
to the Japanese flag. It expects an answer tomorrow.
WON'T RESORT TO FORCE
TOKIO, Japan, March 7. A for.'ign official stationed at Tokio was
interviewed by the Associated Press after today's meeting of the Japan
ese Cabinet. He say$ Japan will not resort to force in compelling an
apology from China on thp Tatsu Maru affair.
-PEKIN, China, March 7. Pokoli
loff, the Russian Minister to China,
Will HE AT THE Mil
Tlieio will In- ii nilllliuy h.ip at hie
Mo.inn Hotel this evening in honor
r Colonel iinisli nml tlio oltlccrH onil
ladles of tho 21th Infantry, luovld
Inn tlio U. 8. A. T. Sliormmi roadies
port. Tlio famous colored nianil of
tlio 24th will play on tlio beautiful
Moana grounds dm Ins the Intermis
sions or tlio dmiceH. Tlie ieglniont
fcllo-vs tlin hind mid llio Moana will
lio tlio hccno of much gaiety IlilH
ABOUT LOCKING UP the house
when you go out, if your silver plate,
jewels and valuable papers aro in our
Why, a burglar would have to
bring a dray to carry off enough
rugs and bric-a-brac to make it worth
while, nnd that is hardly the safest
kind of a "haul".
If you haven't a safe-deposit box,
rent one nt once irom us.
ys. Hawaiian Trust
For) St. Hcnol.il'
LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS
SPRING 1908 STYLES
Just in on the Alameda, and now offered to you BLACK UN
DRESSED WORSTEDS, single and double breasted; handsome,
neat, stylish, serviceable.
BLUE SERGES, single and double breasted; here's a clcan'cut,
dressy suit for you that always looks will.
Price, $20.00 and $22.50
They are all tailored by the famous New York Tailors
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER HOTE L STREET AND FORT.
iilMitrtfcWifl-t.ilri' tf.VtWiTMiin- ,1n tin
lit Not For War
WILHELMSHAVEN, March 7.
Germany's greatest battleship which
will cost completed $9,000,000. was
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 7.
The New York Republican State Com,-
mittce has endorsed Govcrnof Hughes
TROOPS HAVE LEFT
00LDFIELD, Nev March 7. The
Federal troop3 have left. Everything
IE Mail jUffWlT
Whether tlio U. S. A. T. Sherman
arrives or not, thero will ho a danco
at tlio popular Seasldo Hotel this
evening. Tlio manager, Mr. Stout,
states that all arrangements have
been uindo and the party tonight
should ho one of tho largest of the
tr.-iHon. He lias put fortli an especial
effort to mako this daneo ono of tho
beat of tho season, and trusts that
tho friends of tho Seasldo wilt avail
themselves of tlio opportunity to
have n glorious time.
That's the watchword of our con
cern, and we take pride in it.
i r i h Ifftflili1 1 ' i . r . .,
Bad Policy, Says
A policy adverse to tho Inter-mar-rlagc
of Japanoso and Huwnllans was'
this morning declared hy tho I'ollrt,
Court authoiitlcs, nnd as n result
thereof ono young lovo dream, in
which a sturdy t.on of Nippon nnd n
darkoved daughter of Hawaii ncl fig
ured as thu leading characters, was
liulely Interrupted. Tho caso had
many elements of romaneo In It, hut
tho end wni most tingle.
From tho facts brought out In tho
court tlits morning It appears that Ito
Tnkaml, u Jnpancso fisherman at Pun
lot, full In lovo with a young Hawaii
an girl, named I'ua Nnnl, which trans
(Continued n Pane 4)
JURORS 1 DM
Names Of Those Selected
To Try Cases In
The drawings for tho grand nnd
petit Juries in tho Federal Court wero
held this morning and United States
Marshal Hendry and Ills deputies nru
busily ongagod In sending out tho
notifications to those who will give
up business for tlio pleasure of serv
ing their country fur $3 per day.
Tho Federal tlrand Jury will meet
on April 13 and tho petit Jury on
April 20. Tho (Ir.ind Jury will ho
composed of tho following members:
Ilaiold Dillingham, Honolulu;
Samuel Mahclona, Honolulu; John
Andrccht, Eleolo, Kauai; Henry Ken
ton, Kohula, Hawaii; C. Ilomke, Mn
kawell, Knuni; Jacob Cocrpcr, Kul
lua. Hawaii; A. C. Ilctts, Wnlluhu,
Maul; St. Clair llldgood, Unlalua;
Clcorgo C. Potter, Honolulu; Hugh
McCoritston, Kamalo, Molokal; Os
car White, Honolulu; II. M. Whltnoy,
Honolulu; 1'ctcr Hlgglns, Honolulu;
Geo. I'. Tulloch, Kohala, unwail;
Jiib. S. KnierBon, Honolulu; Edwnid
Worthlngton, Wnlpahu, Oahu; Oca
II. Fnlrchlld, Koailii, Kauai; L. IJ.
Ncvln, I'upukca, Oahu; Fred, II. An
gus, Honolulu; II. It. Grant, Walil
(Continued on Page 4.)
Furniture Clearance Sale
. 25 per cent
HIS OFFER IS MADE TO GET RID OF THE GOODS. We need lots of room in & 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
LEWERS & COOKE BUILDING
Jibuti irfMiAiWl-lifii Ml iWllfSr4llillftr VlJl!JW&l flllll I f'n"1llrt,r'
Famous Writer Leaves
'I his is tho toast that Ella Wheeler
Wilcox drank In her own champagne
to Hawaii. It was Just before the
gicat ocean liner Manchuria pulled
nwny from hoi- dock, and Kll.i Wheel
er, who lies been In Hawaii for u lit
tle over n month, was n passenger for
tho Stales. She hated to leave, nnd
the said bo In u thousand ways. Teurd
wero streaming down her checks, and
bho wiih nervously wringing her
hands at tho thought of leaving Ho
nolulu nml the Land of Kunshlno.
A few niluiiics before the steamer
whistled tho signal ready to Ball, Dur
um Holmes, Aloxandcr Hume Ford,
and n II u 1 I o 1 1 n man wero nBkcd
by the famous authoress into tho sa
loon. Hero It was that she made n
short speech on Unwntl'nnd its peo
ple. "Tho first night I arrived hero 1
waB standing outside of one of tho
churches Jicro when I heard somo
Rood old-fashioned music com'lhg ou
of tho open wlndowB. It sounded so
strango nnd out-of-place that, acting
on Impulse, I wrote an nrticlo that
I am afraid 'will sound sarcastical.
Slnco then I hnvo written sovernl,
nnd each ono of them told of my
growing lovo for Hawaii, until now,
well, I simply can't express tho fool
ing I havo for this dear country. It
Is wonderful, and its people aro kind
nnd hospitable bojond any other
placo In tho world. I want everyone
to understand that tho first urtlclo
I wroto Is not expressive of my senti
ments. I hope more than anything
else that vory fow of ou dear people
bco It. 1 hopo it Isn't published.
When I came hero I thought thero
was no placo for a winter resort In
tho world like Jamaica. I told tho
reporters that nnd they Just laughed
nnd said that I would bo converted
heforo I left. I acknowledge it. They
were right, I am converted. Hawaii
is a Land of Love, and hero Is tho
best toaut.I can think of to drink to.
Then tho party went out on tho
deck vvHoro Mrs. Wilcox posed In tho
contor of n group of tho native swim
ming' boys for Hurton Holmes and
others. Sha wns lel-Udcn, and tho
plcturo was n splendid ono. Down
below on tho dock tho busiest man of
(Continued on Face H) N
Itlng up Bcotty's when you want n
good auto rldo. Phono 107
on almost our Entire Stock
185 KING STREET
m m mi
Visitors From Wyoming
Will Arrive Soon On
Among tho visitors who rao overt
ed In this city In tho near future, aro
two of tlio most prominent citizens of
tho State of Wjonilng. They aro It.
S. Van Tnssornnd Judge J. W. Iiccy,
both residing In Cheyenne. Thoy will
bo accompanied by their wives.
Whllo It Is not absolutely certain
that Mr. Van Tassel can como ha is
expected to arrive In April and will
moot with a warm reception, as ho
has many friends In this city. Ho Is
ono of tho most noted pioneers of the
Western States and, ns U. 8. District
Attorney Ilrockons says of him, was
75 ears old twenty yoars ago nnd Is
(Continuedon Page 4)
IDE 10W MS Ft
Salvation Army Lower
The Salvation Army Is able to cut
far under tho Associated Charities in
tho euro of children, as was shown
this morning In Judge Do Dolt's court.
Tho matter camo up through thu
granting of an nnlo- which wns asked
hy Alcxande I '-ittirf In
tho dlvorco cuot j! .. i i "'il
kor. He hud bceu ordeied by thu
court to pay for tho maintenance of
two minor children, both ftlrls, ono of
whom wns to bo cared for at St, All'
drow'g Priory nnd tho .other .by tho
In a petition for rcllfo Walker stat
ed thot ho earned tho sum of $70 per
month and thnt after paying for tho
rnro of ono child at tho Priory, tho $15
per month which wns asked for tho
care of tho second by tho Associated
Charities was more than ho could af
ford. Ho stated that tho Salvation
Army was willing to look after tho
little girl and caro for her in every
way for tho sum of $10 per month and,
asked that ho ho allowed to turn tho
child over to them Instead of to tho
other society which wants fifty per
cent more. This request nppcarcd
reasonable to Judge Do Holt und tho
order whb Issued accordingly.
RESORT TO FORCE
(Special to Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u )
LAHAINA. Maul, March C - U
balna Is the Witunnto recipient of n
new park and children's playground
through tho generosity of Mrs. Ab
Mo K. Campbell-Parker.
The Nowlcln cstnte, known also as
the Illchnrds estate In 1-almlna, has
been purchased by Mrs. Parker from
George B. Smithies anil deeded In
trust to tho Hoard of tho Hawaiian
Evangelical Association to be used as
a public park and playground for
l.uhnlmi, In memory of James Camp
bell, a well-known former citizen of
the old capital of Maul.
The land Is beautifully situated
for tlio purpovM for which Mrs. Par
ker wishes her gift inert. It is cen
trally located In tho very heart f
l.ahnlnn, near the public buildings,
and only a step from the wharf. It
commands a flue view of the ocean,
Laual and the West Maul mountains,
nnd occupies half n block from street
Tho mnknt portion of tho lot.
BEAUTiriiL MlllliiBV DISPLAY
at ns mm mm
Miss Power announces that sho will
be ready to glvu tho opening display
of hor Spring millinery on Monday,
March 9th, and thp following days.
As nil her Btylcs wero selected by
her personally in tho East with spec
ial referenco to Easter wear, the
ladles of Honolulu may look forward
to a treat in the millinery line.
Eastern noc!tle new and artistic
designs In ovc-y stylo of hat, and pat
tern hats tlia urn different from any
ever seen In llonolu'ii will ho on dis
play In (ho windows of tho cntcrprls
A Sponge is a necessity to
the cleanly ncrson; and our
Boonges are Luxuries to every
Y. Good Meals
Snappy Shoe Styles
P.O. Box 400. CO., Xtd. Phone 282
which is adorned with somo of tho
finest trees of the Island, It to be
equipped with benches nnd swings.
At about half the depth, tho lot Is to
he devoted to a small playground for
children The mnukii portion con
tains a neat cottage, which Is to h
put Into repair and used for n par
sonage for tho new l.almlna minister,
who has recently been cnllcd.
Samuel Parker and Mrs. Abble K.
Campbell-Parker arrhed at i.nhalim
ast Tuesday evening for the purpose
of visiting tho rstate. Mrs Parker
invited Hcv. K. II. Dodge of Wnllukil,
the Muul agent of the Hawaiian
Hoard, to come to I.ahalna and con
sult In regard to needed Improve
ments. Mrs. Parker gave Mr. Dodge
r. donation with which to begin work
Immediately. She left with him caic
f til Instructions ns to the changes
Mm desired, and her plans nrc to be
carried nut In detail. Tho work will
bo begun next week.
The visitors left I.ahalna for Ho
nolulu o: Friday's Klnau.
IN BOARD OF
It may bo some tlmo beforo a de
cision on the cemetery matter can
bo reached by the Hoard of Health,
according to n statement mado this
morning by President Pinkham. In
speaking of the matter ho ald:
"There aro three proposed loca
tions for the cemetery nnd until all
theso have been enrcfully Investigat
ed It will bo imposslblo to reach a
decision. Ab was stated ill thu racct
.ng of tho Hoard of Health yesterday
tho Itapld TrnuBlt Company will pro
vldo tho money for tho digging of
test pits on tho land at Mollllll.
Then, besides this, thero arc two oth
er proposed locations, one on tho
Looko property ut I'alolo and tho
other In Knllhl Valloy. This last Is
located about a mile up tho valley.
When thorough Investigations have
been made the matter will bo talten
up for final decision."
Klro this afternoon destrojed u
Huall Chinese dwelling house on thu
mnukii sldo of tho School street ex
tension, nenr I.llllui street A house
close by watt bomewhat damaged, Tho
house belonged to a Chinese taro
planter, named Alii Tho origin of
tho blaio Is a mystery
Oo to Kerr'a for Soroslc hirgalns.
ISLAND PRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. THONE 15.
for gentlemen. We have
them in our windows.
One of them is our new tan
Blucher Oxford 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 a delightful polish.
This shoe wears well, and
holds its shape till the end.
Price $4,50, Ask for Style