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bvenino nm.iiRTm, Honolulu, t. it , vrdnk9day, mar. 25, 100s
Rose Croix ISth Degree.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Perfection Regular. 7:33.
All vlsltlnR members of the
order tire cordially Invited to
nttend mettlng ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Vo. 3, 1. 0.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 Tu 1 0. O 1 Hull, Tort Sheet
13. It HI3NI1UY, Secretary
D13N. r. vicKicrts, n. u.
All lfltlne brothers very cordlnlly
MYSTIC IODOE, No. 2, K. or P.
Meets every 'tuesday evening nt
:50 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, cor.
fort niul llcretaiilii. Visiting broth
ers lurdlnll) Invited to attend.
W. I,. I.YT.IJ. CO.
r. wai.dkon, Kits.
OAHU IODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nl
7:31) In K. of 1'. Hull, comer Port
and Ilorctnnln. Visiting lirotlieiii
cordially Invited to a (tend.
A. 0. DUUMNO, 0 0..
JAS. V. WH1T13, K.HS.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. V. 0. K.
Honolulu Lndso No. G16, II. 1'. t)
K will incet In tholr liall on King
tear Tort st-iet oicry Friday even
ing. lly order of tho 13 11.
HARRY A. WII.UI3U,
V. B. RICHARDSON, K. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of V.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
Fort and llerotanU. Visiting broth
ra cordially lnvltcl to nttend.
w. i,. ritAZi:i3. co.,
13. A. JACOBSON, KII.S,
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th WKl
N133DAY ovciilugi of each month at
7:20 o'clorl; In It. of 1. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting logics nro Invited to nt-
W. I,. TO ZT3I3, W., Frcst.
II. T. MOOIH3, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythian Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
J. W ASCII. Bnthcm.
A 13 Mimi'UY. C. of It.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship'' on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St , bet. Alakea and Smith.
us your old Gold or Silver; also your
Diamonds, Watches, Piccious Stones
and Jewelry, We will jjive you all
the law allows.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BET3EL.
Tho "Weekly edition ot the "evening
Ivea a complete stinirr..
qf tho day, , ' .
5 n 6
King and Bethel Sts.
ALOHA TOOTH TOWDER
arc still on sale nud more pop
ular than ever.
SOLD ONLY BY
Benson, Smith &
TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
EASTERN and PARISIAN,
MISS ROWER'S Boston BIdg.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
TOR. FORT AND KING STS.
For Hire or Sale
Driving and Saddle Horses. Rigs of
All Kinds. Careful Drivers.
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Cigar for Particular People,
HAYSEIDEN TOBACCO CO,, LTD.
,ic uulli-.tlij onicof
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Help your favorite newsboys to
win n bicycle or a suit of clothes, by
buying a B u 1 1 c t i n .
A clean City means health,
li.iunhin hats cleaned at tho (Ilobo.
rench hand mado plquo bootees nt
Whitney & Marsh's.
Putnam Health Tills mako rich
blood; 60c. a package. Try them.
Theie is no finer delicacy than
chocolate made by Allegrctti.
Auditor .1. II. lsher left In tho
Manna Ken on Important liuslnris.
To Keep a pleasant tusto In the
mouth all tho (into, Just chew Dcntvne
Yeo Chan & Co have leeched u
How shipment of graBS linen nnd
A nice hot lunch, whether sou 1'uy a
drink or not, Is belied dull) from 4 to
C at tho Fashion Saloon.
Do not mips the hind concert and
dauep nt tho Seaside tomorrow night,
for It will bo a "corker."
Tho Seaside cottngca nro delightful
in tho summer (line. I3ng.igo n cot
tago now for tho Reason.
A fresh shipment of I'abst beer has
Jtt3l nrilitd from tho tirost v. C.
IV.iroek & Co. nro the agents
tiovernor Kicnl this morning re
turned In person Ihu offlctnl call of
Tseng tlal, tho now CIiIiicho Consul.
Wulalua w 111 go to par, Knit to thir
ty MeIlrdo to ton and Ol.ia to six,
woio tho picdlctluns of tho street this
Wada, convicted In - tho District
Court of having hold liquor without n
license, hai filed uu appeal to tho Cli-
Tom Quliin lias gonn into tho auto
hack business with a fine fourpi-ssen-Iter
llulck and In prepared In furnish
tho best possible service. Phono 3GI.
Coat jour Iron roofs wtth "Arabic'"
Yo.i '.fill bo liurprlBcd nt Its cooling
nud prcscivnlho properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
The Wlilto Tanilly notary (lock nnd
chain stitch) Is tho best sewing ma
chine In lite world, llenny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12G6, l'ort street. IMinno 488.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert ot the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 143.'
Tho stock market Is still show 'tig a
marked tendency to strengthen. Hw.i
this forenoon ioko one eighth nud
Oaliu a quarter of n point. Wnlulm
iohu $ 1 .no.
In tho Along cam tho complainant,
DcsrIu It Hums, has filed a list of
objections to tho Intel logatorles ol
luiITTl Afong nn dothurs addreiiied
to .1. J. Dimno.
C.ilullna Meje.i, whoo suit agilni't
1.. M. Whllchuuso for fCOOO il.unagca
was nonsuited Inst week, has llled
by his uttorne), 'ft M. Hanlsoh, n mo
tion for a new tilal.
Remember that the Garbage Depart
ment has promised to cart away the
refuse when you c can us your elde
walk. Call 6p the department when
your part of the work Is done.
In the matter of tho petition of Low
crs H Cooko for a registered tltlo to
the land nt tho corner of Queen and
IMmchbowl streets, which was denied
on the appeal of Mary At hurley, tho
petitioners ask for a rehearing.
Mrs Al Nngahlra was today grant
ed u ilUoico fioin her husband Klsuku
Nugahlro, whom sho accused of treat
lug her with extreme cruelty. Thoio
was no appearance of tho llbelho and
no answer was Ifled to tho complnlnt
Milonlo do .Ii'SiiB do Soum. oxec
utrix of tho will of Autono do Sousa
has tiled an Itnuhlory Bhouliig the
vnluo of tho estato lo bo ?SoO, consist
Ing of ie.il ostnto on I'uiichbnwl worth
$S(io and household furnlturo worlli
tioicinor 1 rear has rcceUccl an In
vitation to Im present nt or to send
delegates to tho thirty-fifth annual ses
sion ot tho National Conference ol
Charities and Corieclioii, w li Ii-Ji is lo
bo hold at lllrhmnnd, Va., May ti to
Tho Thirteenth Precinct of the Klflh
District, Wnlalua, has nominated the
following delegates for tho Territorial
Convention; Androw Cox, V. V
(loodalo anil Judgo Arehlo S. Mnliau
lu, Tho meeting In rupoitcd to have
been Inigo and enthusiastic.
John I Curls nud wife of Knllua nt
ihed jesterd.iy III tho Manila I.o.i en
loulo for California, whero thoy will
lslt for several months. Mr. Ourts
Is manager for Hnckfcld & Co. in Ko-
nit. Ho has Icavo of ubsenco for sov-
If other mineral waters woio "Just
as good" do i ou BiippoMj for ono mo
ment that tho United States (io em
inent would exclusively iibo T.insan
In tho l'hlllpplnes and Ouain ns well
us on tho warships and transports?
Wo leavo It to j on.
C. K. Maxwell, ii visitor from Now
Zealand, Is surprised that (hero to no
Gflklul clock for; tho public's uso near
(ho postnfllco Ho finds tho mull
(chedulo excellently arranged, hut lias
to walk iib far as the nearest watch
maker's shop in older to ascertain tho
Tho two leper habeas corpus cases
In which Maiy Atcheiluy and hor hus
band John aro tho moving spirits,
wore continued by Judgo Lindsay this
morning to April 1. Tho enses nro tho
petltlrin of Alunn for n writ of habeas
corpus on behalf of Mary Kclllho
pculo Kaulakahla, and that of Kula
luiu ou hchnlf of Annmnhla MaunaKea
A Most Excellent Assortment of
HIE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana 'Co.,
62 S. KINO ST.
an age of Specialists. One man can't
know all about everything. If your
eyes need attention, take them to an
Optician, Select a reliable one, one
who is competent and up-to-date.
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Beretinia St. Phone 149 :,
Fleet To Return East
Early Next February
WASHINCITO.V, I). C, Mnnli a I The I'lcct will return homo lalo
noxt l'cbruary and will bo levlcwod by President Roosevelt on Wash
ington's blrlhdn), just prior to Ills retirement from office.
DRURY LANE THEATER BURNED
LONDON, llngland, March 24. The Urury Lane Theater has bur-i-It
was'empty at tho tlmo of tho flic. Tho loss Is totnl.
Drury Lane, one of tho most famous; of London theaters, and a the
atrical landmark, was tho place of spectacles, such ns tho Kngllsh roel
in. It was, up to the tlmo of Ills doth, tho lcciio of tho managerial tri
ll in pa ot Kir AugiKtus Harris.
'IOKIO. Jtipnn, March 21. Tho Cabinet has.becn rcnrganlred w lib
S.ilonje in tho Ministry ot .luatlce, llura In tho Ministry of tho Interior,
Mntsuda in the Ministry of l'lnancf, and Hottu in that of Communications.
WOMEN NURSES FOR
WASHINGTON, I) C, March 2-1
women nurses for tho Nay has bcon
a pretty fao, a good figuro, but
sooner or later learn that the
healthy, happy, contented woman
Is most of all to bo admired.
Women troubled with fainting
spells, Irregularities, nervous Irrita
bility, backache, tho "blue," and
tbnso itreadful dragging sensations,
cannot' hope to be nappy or popular,
and advancement in either homo,
business or social Ufa ii Impossible.
Tho camo of these troubles, how
ever, yields quickly tol.ydla E. Pink
ham's Vegctablo Compound made
from native roots nnd herl4 It acta
at onca upon tho organ afllicted and
tho norvo centers. dUpelllwr effec
tually all thoso distressing symp-
toms. No other medicine In tho country has received such unqualified
Indorsement or has such a record of cures of female Ills as has
Lj dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Emm Runtzler, of 031 Stato St., Schcnectnrty, N. Y., writes:
"For n long time I was troubled with a weakness which seemed to
drain all my strength away. I had dull headaches, wns nervous.
Irritable, and all worn out. Chancing to read ono of your advertisements
of a caso similar to mine cured by Iydla K. I'lnkham's Vegotable
Compound, I decided to try it nnd I cannot express my gratitude, for tho
benefit received, I nm entirely well and feel liko a now person."
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is the most successful
remedy for all forms of IVmale Complaints, Wenlc Ilaclt, Falling nnd
Displacements, Inflammation nnd Ulceration, and is lnvaluablo In pre
paring for childbirth andtheChangoof IJlfc.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from anr form of fomalo weakness are Invited to
promptly communicate Ith Mrs, Plnldiam, at Lynn, Moss. Her advice
Is free and always helpful.
WARD OF ORPHANAGE
(Continued from Pase li
ho found this forenoon, but Mrs,
Kullo of the Exchange stilted that
the had seen tho girl nnd had con
versed with hor on tho sulijeetof tho
treat moil t which was accorded tho
wards at tho Orphanage.
"Tho llttlo girl certainly looked
well nourished, and her clothing was
good and siifllciont In evory wny,"
said Mrs, Kcllo. "Sho had a basket
full of clothing, nnd while It was not
fancy It was all substantial nud
clean. In ovory way It wbb qulto
sufficient for a child ot her ago."
Mrs. Kello exhibited u cloak which
Iho girl hud loft at the Exchango nnd
It was certainly a very substantial
"Tho llttlo girl said thnt tho chil
dren ut tho Orphunago had plenty of
Food nnd wholesome food to eat,"
(ontlmicd Mrs. Kello, "nud that their
treatment by Mrs. Heard wiib good
in ovcry wny. Furtliormoie, about
Chrlstmas-tlmo, two boys, ono un
American and ono n Portuguese
wcro tent horo fiom tho Orphnutigo
for employment. Thoy told mo thoy
had plenty ot good food, the majoi
lty of which was raised nt tho Or
phanage, supplemented with lonie
which was purchased, Thoy nlso
ppoko very highly of Miss Heard nnd
hor treatment of them."
From It, H. Tiont, who is ono ot
tho trustees of tho Institution it was
learned thnt tho legal action, which
(onto of tho Knnnltcs hnvo pioposod
In take, will bo hold In nboyanco un
til tho tiustees have investigated tho
Kona Is very much worked up over
tho row In conneclon with the Kona
Orphanage, according to J, Coorpcr,
who arilved from that section ot Ha-
SUPPLIES OF ALL KIND3.
The -Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAGOf-I BLOCS.
Tho bill lo establish a corps of
fiMirablj reported by tho House
MISS EMMA RUNTZLER
v.all jeslerdny on tho Manila I.oa.
Mr. Coerpor claims (that tho charge
made against Miss Heard nro entire
ly unfounded. Ho says ho has sen
romo of tho children nnd thoy all ap
pear healthy and well-fed, nnd ho
brands tho chnigo that Miss Heard
has neglected them nnd allowed
them to go hungry whtlo she devoted
hcrtolf to fanatical religious duties
as an unqualified lie.
"This thing Is going to crento n
big srundul in Kona," bald Coerpor,
' Thero nro not over three people.
Ihcio who side with Miss Heard's
enemies, I do not euro to bo quoted
ns to what I think is back of tho
whole business, but 1 hnvo seen Mr.
Trent and told him all about it."
Chco Shlilg, u Chinese, has been nr
lested for tho alleged theft of n dozen
buckets. Ho waB seen with them by
tho keeper of Hnckfcld & Co.'s ware
house, who missed them from his
utoek, and upon being question gave
very liiisiitlsfactoiy nnswors. If up
peais that to complicate imittcis ho
buuglit a dozen similar buckets fjoin
n Jnpaneso denier, but according to
tho police, this transaction took pluro
after ho had been questioned, nnd tho
dealer tlnlins thnt tho buckets which
nro being hold ns evidence, nio not tho
ouos which thu Chineso puirhuscd
We will build for you anything
you need in the boat line at a price
which' cannot fail to givo satisfac
tion. Anything from a canoe to an
. Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, March 24.
l (.11 -Sailed March 21:
,l)i S. S. Mnraiiia, for Honolulu
3AN ntANCISCO Sailed March 21.
I'. M. S. H. Manchuria, for llono
rfllATTLK Arrltcd Mnreh 21:
A.-1I, S. 3. Arlzonnn, from San 1'iau
clseo, N MtidO Arrival Mnrch 23:
A.-H. S, S. Mexican, from Salln.i
1IILO Arrhed March 23:
Am. sp. Astral, hence March 21 In
Wednesday, March 25.
SYDNEY Al rived March 21:
S. S. Aornngl, licneo March 7.
SAN DIHCTO Sailed March 25:
A.-II. 8. S. Mexican, for San Frni
Col, W. II Knox, tho well known
coloied iiollttclan, camo near being
committed for contempt of court b)
Judgo Andrado this morning for using
profane languago while on tho witness
stnud. Ho wns, however, laboring
under great mental stress at tho time
and for this reason tho Court ontlsfli.il
Itself by calling him down a couple ol
times, Knox appeared as his own
counsel, baling picked up a fragment
nry knowlcdgo of tho law whllo he
was with the Into Henry Hogan, He
nunc nut with fllng colors, not onl
securing his own dlschnrgo but get
ting tho man who complained against
him placed under arrest.
Knox wns charged with having used
homo very profano language this
morning towards n Chinese storekeep
er on King street near the flshmarkct.
Two Chinese gentlemen took tho stand
and stated that Knox had used the
language, which was of tho most fore
Iblo kind, without any provocation
Knox produced two Portuguese wit
nosses who stated that thoy had seen
tho complaining witness, Chong Yok
Wing, and four other Chineso drag tin
Colonel Into tho store, where they had
knocked him down,' beaten nnd kicked
Knox took Iho stand In his own bo
hnlf, rubbing his nrhlug body In mail)
places. Tho indignity which ho had
buffered nt tho hands of tho Celestials
apparently caused him great mental
anguish, for ho wopt bitterly while he
mis reciting Mb tnfo of woo.
'I bo n gent," said tho weeping Col
unci. "And I can't stand for having
any Chinks n'hlttln mo. I'd lia'e but
ted his head off, excuse the
'You must not swear on Iho stand.
admonished tho Court. "Or I will
hnvo to commit you for contempt."
'That Chink knocked mo down
cold," continued tho Colonel. "Hu
kicked mo, and tho other Chink
kicked me, and l'so u'golng to knock
his block nft'ii him."
'No swcnrlng, Knox," Bnld tho Court
'I won t swear, said Knox, "That
China dog hltted mo "
'If you swear ugaln, Knox, I will
hnvo to commit ou for contempt of
Court," Interrupted Andrado.
"I don't mean no contempt ol
Cou't." tho Colonel ro-ussured lilni. hut
I wns lirou't up among while gents, an'
I can't hulp It."
In spite of the drawbacks of his Hit
perlor education ho ninunged,1iowocr,
with bitter tears, to toll tho left of
Prosecutor Drown called attention
to tho fact that thero had been no ev
denco ' produced to bIiow that Knnr
had not used thu language chatged,
nnd that, from tho Colonel's behavior
on tho stand. It seemed more than
probable that ho had used it. The
Court stated that ho had apparcntlj
had great provocation, nnd found hint
not guilty. Furthermore tho Court
suggested that tho complaining wit
ness should bo charged with assault
nnd buttery on Knox, ami this wns
done At (ho request of thu defend
ant this cute was continued until to
morrow. San Francisco. March 17. Tho
American ship Kcnllwoith. which nr
rived yesterday from Philadelphia, nut
only mado ono of tho longest voyages
on record, but whllo on tho way per
formed tho feat of shedding every
soul, fiom Bklpper to cook, of tho orig
inal crew that sailed" tho ship down
tho Dolawaro. Tho Kcullworth left
Philadelphia August 15, 190G, nnd was
G79 days from Delaware Dreakwater
to tho Golden Gate. Since leaving
Philadelphia tho Kcullworth has had
thrco captains and thu ciow list ro
ccmbles in size tho muster mil of, n
man of war.
Desplto tho length of the passage,
tho Kcnllwnrth came into poit looking
llko u yacht and without the haul
luck story thnt was expected by thoi-c
who had kept tiack of tho ship's
troubles. Even tho coal, of which tho
Kunllwoith carries 3100 tons, did not
Extra men armed with shotguns
guard tho American Museum of Nat
urn I History, whero 12,000,000 worth
ot gems' nro on exhibition.
si a 2 ?2 t- : s.
IHm ft. m. po am Rl
ft 8-4 i 6 o) la 2e I 10 5 58 6 1) It 40
U 9 (lit 8 10' I4S43 3B6t)
IS H co M 10 jr t 6 05 J $ 6 1 041
U .0 4 46 6 ?8 5 3 6 14 I 41
n In p m
IT o oj I T I t1 ti JJ 6 to $ U 6 M t 4
t8 I at I I Ji 8 om IT J M 'I M
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List quarter of moon, Mar. 25.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 houra
30 minutes slower than Orconwlch
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
iegrccs 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m., which is the sama
ns Greenwich, o hours 0 minutes, Sun
nnd moon nro for local tlmo for tho
X X K X M JO M M 3C 35 3C 3 30 X JC
Ji X X 3C X 31 X X X 3d X Bfl 50 X M 35
Tuesday, March 24.
Stmr. Klnnu, Clarl.o, fiom Hllo,
whither she towed tho ship Astral.
X X X X X X X X X X X X 3fl M X X
Tuesday, March 21,
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Iwnlnnl, Self, for Maul and
Molokal x)rts, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Nocnu, Mitchell, for Hawaii
ports, G p. m,
X W X Y, )i X M lfKMKK)l
Stmr. l.tkellkc, Nnopala, for Hawaii
liorts, G p. in.
Stmr. Maul, Ilriihn, for l'aauliau and
Kohnlalclo, G p. in.
)c X X X X X SC X X X X A X X M 31
K DUE TOMORROW ,
M M M X X i! UK a M W M
Stmr. Clnudlno, Dennett, from Hlh
and Maul ports.
K IS K X.X MXKXJJXXXXX
K SAILING TOMORROW
X X X W X if, X X X X X X X 3f 31 X X
Stmr. Mtknhnia, Gregory, for Kauai,
C p. m.
X M X MX M X X X W. 3C K M fS K M
h DUE FRIDAY W
ft, H A X X , X X A X X J1 3d X X ft
O. 8. S. Alameda, Dondell, from San
P. M. 8. S. Mongolia, from Yokoha-'
TO SAIL FRIDAY
WMKWKH'XIKKKti? MM )IHK
Stmr. Mnuna Lo.i, Slmera.'ir fns-i
Kona and Kan, noon,
Stmr. Claudlnu, Dennett, for Hllo
nnd Maul ports, G p. in.
3 X X X JJ X 35 W X X X X J? X K
H PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per stmr. W. G. Ilnll, for Kauai,
March 21. Mrs. Ilroadbcnt and child.
C. W. Spitz, M. T. I,) oiis, Mrs. O.
JtWSOlA ; i X X X K X X M 3
H PASSENGERS BOOKED
X ' X X X M X X X X X X M K K X
Per stmr. Mlknhnla, for Kauai,
March 20. Airs. Wobcr, Miss Weber,
Mis. H. W. T. Purvis and daughter, J.
M. Lydgato, R. W. T. Purvis. Mrs.
I.)dgato and three children, M. II.
Kornnndez, Miss Wee, Mrs. J. lien
wick. Allen Wilcox, Knnl Wilcox, S. P.
Ilrlstloy, II. I). Wishnrd, Miss Kinney,
H PASSENGERS ARRIVED f
X X 3.3 W X X X M Sf X 30 3i X 3t X X
Per stmr. W. O. Hull, for Kauai.
March 21, 5 p. m. Mrs. Ilroadbcnt, C.
V. Spitz. .Mrs. O. Nlcolal.
Governor Frcar has rccolvcd tho
iinnnuncemont of tho meeting of tho
Sixteenth National Iirlgatlon Con
gress nt Albuquerque, New Mexico,
September 29 to October 3. This is
rxpocted to bo tho largest meeting
of tho Kind that has over been held.
All departments of tho Federal Gov
ernment have promised to send ex
hibits. The Wnr Department will
tend u detachment of soldiers; tho
Agricultural Department nn exhaust
ive agricultural and horticultural
exhibit. Sccretnry WIIboh will ad
dress thi; Congress, ns will nlso Scc
lotnry Garfield. Forester Plnchot
will send n largo exhibit from his
lAirenu. Cuba, Porto Itlco, tho Phil
ippines, and nil tho States and Tor
rltorleswlll bo represented, Gover
nor Frenr is icquested to uppolnt del
egates from Hawaii.
Governor Froar has received a
communication from John S, Fultm,
secretaiy gonernl of the Internation
al Congress on Tuborculosls, asking
the Territory of Hawaii to partici
pate in the Congress, which Is to in
hold nt Washington, D. C, Septem
ber 21 to October 12. Tho lottir
etntcs that 36 Governors hnvo r
ceptnd tho Invitation to hnvo the'r
States represented, and that 20 fo--tlgu
Governments have signified
their Intention of participating.
Tho Woskly Edition of the Svenlna
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.