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DECORATIONS FOR FLEET.
WIillo the progranicrs for the
Klvet visitation are shaping their
plans, It Is to be hoped they will not
forget tho Importance of city decora
tion. This suggestion Is offered with es
pecial reference to the business
houses anil the down-town districts
In which the largest crowds will
Of late ear the cltyhas not kept
up to the old-time standard of dec
oration with Hags and bunting on a
public holiday. One business house
may fly Its flag and another forget
that theru Is nny occasion for a strip
During the stay of the Tleet In
this port, the business section of the
town Bhould give a flag demonstra
tion t lut t will set a malic for nil fu
ture j ears. The stores with display
windows will naturally plan an ap
propriate array. This should not bo
Kvery business block should be
decked with flags and bunting when
the ships arrive. Illumination for
the evening would also be a good
Wth & Fleet off the harbor beat
ing twenty thousand men, Honolulu
will be a lively town day and night
Oahu has never known such an In
.vaslon and we doubt that the com
munity yet fully appreciates what n
metropolitan place this will bo for
' THE STANFORD TROUBLE.
1'resldent Jordan Is being severely
(rltlclsed In some quarters, for dis
ciplining the students of 'Stanford
We are Inclined to believe that tho
J parents of the young men whom Jor
dan has called to account will stnnd
with the authorities of the Univer
sity. College men are good fellows
and full of ginger but they not in-
iroquently give evidence that they
are yet boys and need fatherly ad-
' monition to hold them down.
' This speclul course of Stanford
discipline has grown out of the rad-
ital action of University authorities
-following the death of a student dl
rectly resulting from a drunken ca
rousal. The destruction of tho young
life was a terrible thing, and when
the students stop to think, they will
realize that the most radical tempcr
, unce campaign cannot wlpo out the
'horror the Incident nroused in tho
minds of tho mothers whose sons are
attending the University.
Fathers and mothers do not send
their children to universities to bo
educated in the art of "booze-flght-ing."
Whatever prestige the Univer
sity may lose on nccount of n-splrl.t
of revolt among the excited students
will be more than offset by the good
will of parents who havo sons and
daughters contemplating a univer
If n university faculty docs not
exercise discipline at critical periods,
the reputation of the Institution will
koon become such that it will be
MAINLAND BUSINESS BRIGHTER.
Iluslness and financial circulars
continue to present National condi
tions In a conservatively cheerful
Here are excerpts from tho most
lecont lotter of Danker Clows:
"Pessimism is moderating because
depression appears to have reached
Its ljinlt; and purchasers are taking
hold more freely at the lower-prke
level, which has frequently been es
tablished with much less dlsturbanco
than expected two or thiee months
"It is vory generally recognized
that while luxuries may be dispensed
with, people must bo fed and clothed
about as before.
"It Is .also recognized that few If
nny )f ouf markets are cumbered
with a surrJlUB, of goods, and that the
general ciktrtljmuiit (pf flrpditctlon In
maiuifncttlrltlg 'circles "litis served lo
prevent .the accumulation of surplus
rtocks and thUa.-nverteddenioralUiW1
.. larti iftiMiirii i iinliiimSiiiiiil mi i hi i i '-
rer Six Moulin S .no
Per Year, an) where In US I.oo
Per Year, anliere In Canada... I. no
PirYear Klald, lorelKii 3.o
MARCH 27, 1008
lion In many of the mcrchnndlbo
"It Is, of course, well known that
rur farmers are In good financial
condition as a result of a series of
profitable years, and that there is
much less depression in the West
lltnn here. v
"Kuropo seems unable to secure
r.ny Important Increase In her own
bupplles, nnd this Insures n good de
mand for whatever Btirplus Is pro
duced In the United States. Ono thing
is quite certain, that however tho
panic may affect production in In
dustrial pursuits. It will havo little
effect upon tho output of the Aniei-
lean farmer. Ho Is In partnership
with nature and will Increase rather
"Another favornblo clement is tho
continued easo In the money market.
Tho latter has now fully emerged
from the region of doubt. To good
borrowers money Is likely to be
plentiful at comparatively easy rates
for somo time to come.
"In other words, tho financing of
sound nnd legitimate enterprises will
soon become much easier. With
even n partial revival of railroad con
struction work nn lmportnnt Impetus
will bo given tp many Industries."
To this hopeful mainland condi
tion Hawaii may add for its own
Lcncflt, tho prospect of n remarkably
good sugar season. Tho sugar crou
Is short In every other sugar-producing
country. Hero it will be one of
the largest on record.
POLITICS AND APPOINTMENTS.
In commenting on the possibility
of National politics entering Into tho
desired reappointments to office In
Still Continues in Eruption.
Returning Visitors Declare It To Be
The Greatest Show on Earth.
Don't Miss This Rare Opportunity To
See A Living Volcano.
" It only takes four days nnd 142.50
to make tho round trip. Tho new
steamship MAUNA KEA will Ball on
Tuesday. Mrtrch 31st, at noon nnd
leturn Saturday n. m., April 4th.
For Information regarding tho trip
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
uor. Jtort and Merchant Sts,,
Bungalow on Pacific Heagts. .$1050,
Four homes in Punahou District,
$2000., $4500., $4750., and $3100,
Building lots in Manoa Valley, $800,
All bargains. '
Corner. Fort1 and Merchant Sti.
The Country Club
A flno lot for salo on
Wyllle street; C min
utes' wulk from Coun
try Club'. In best res
Idenco section; flno
marine and mountain
view. Near car line.
Cnll and lot us show
the property. Ilargaln.
jmk timk ILqM.
this Ten Itory, the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n rec
ommended that Its rcudeis awolt de
The first development Is tho re
appointment of Collector Stackablo.
rhls muBt be n clear cbbo of merit re
warded, for Hawaii has yet given no
guarantee of the Administration del
egates It will Bend to Chicago.
Tho Kepolkal reappointment is tho
only ono icmnlntng for tho politi
cians to play with, and, If the Maul
judge Is rewarded. It will bo neces
sary to concludo that National prej
udice does not count In appointments
to ofllco In Hawaii.
Washington promises, and San
Francisco confirms It, thnt tho Puh
page of the mall subsidy bill will re
store the Oceanic steamship Bervlce,
This ought to stir Honolulu to nn
enthusiastic support of mall subsidy
San Kranclscc. March 21. Thcro
was considerable) doing In sugar
l.tocks and bonds on the bond ex-
chango yesterday; in fact, thero wnb
not much doing In anything elso. The
Migar stocks tilled firm, with sales of
Onomea up to $31 and Makawell up
Hnw. Com 70 VJ ,.
Honokna S", J
Hutch. S. V 15
Makawell '. 29 29W
Onomea 30 31
Union Sugar . ; 37V4
do pool 3714
Sales 50 Haw. Com.. $79; 20
Hutch. S. P., S1C.C2; 200 Makawell,
J28.75; 15 Haw. Com., S79; 25 Hnw.
Com., 79; 25 Hnw, com.. 179; 25
Haw. Com., $29; $3000 Haw. Com. 5s,
$9G; $1000 Haw. Com. 5s, $9G; 25
Hutch. S. P.. $15.72; 20 Makawell, $29;
10 Makawell, $29; 100 Makawell, $29,
L0 Makawell, $29; 20 Makawell, $29;
10 Onomea, $30.25; 10 Onomea, $31;
40 Onomen, $31.00; 10 Onomea, $31;
20 Onomea, $30.50; 35 I'aauhau,
$15.50; 55 I'aauhau, $16.50; 10 I'aau-
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record March 2G, 1903,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
1'ekelo Knpamanu by negr....NotIco
Ako to Wong Fcart Rcl
Eliza Emmes Cassldysand hsb to
Mutl Illdg & Loan Soc of II I.td..M
Mrs Mary Aona et al to Hamakua
Mill Co h
Mary Pelllholanl to Hamakua Mill
T Akana ot al to Mrs Ilcsnlo Groves. D
Halo Hamaka to Mrs Marion W
Entered for Record March 27, 1908,
from 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Henrietta n Iloss to Mary C Aldrich
et al D
Edward M Watson and wf to Wil
liam It Castlo D
Oboka Alapat and wf to lilena-Ma-
i a l
Mrs. nhctis Miller, said to bo tho
only actual daughter of the revolution
In Now York state, died at tho homo
nf her daughter In Mount Vornon,
Him was born lit 1S07.
For Your Next Evening Down.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following- colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH IAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
3G inches wide,
SMAIL NEWS REHD
IN TEIISE PARAGRAPHS
it -X - $. if
Ulg boxing tournament at Olympic
Club for cltamplonshlp of tho navy Is
arranged by the San Francisco fleet
II. II. Yard loses fight to bcciho
265,000 acres of government lam)
ulong tho Feather river.
Danllo II. Brush boards Sherman at
Manila a colonel, Is maJu a brigadier
general while on thclilgh sea nnd cob
curates St.' Patrick's day In Snn Fran
cisco with a band.
Taft's managers claim 652 state del
egates to tho Republican National
Senator Lodgo says Asiatics should
not ho permitted to compete with
Ship subsidy bill Is passed by tho
Senate and more liberal allow anccs
aro mado for slow essels. .
Queen Margherlta ot Italy Inter
cedes for Duke d'Abruzz! nnd Miss KJ-
kins nnd king will lift Ills ban on mnr
rlage. Stairways will bo widened and more
exits provided In eighteen San Fran
Senator La Folletto declares big
Insurance companies wero In panic
Uulldlngs worth $50,000,000 nro now
going up In San Francisco's downtown
Honey, before llik nppellato court,
(.barges that Ituef's accomplices would
eld him In escaping from Justice- li he
wero admitted to ball.
Insulted by llclchstng member. Her
tin journalists threaten to strike nnd
l(i longer notice statesmen If they da
A San Francisco Salvation Bhlp lias
been built for Jackles of fleet and
inoorcd In block with eight Kust stroat
Eitloons, goes Into commission.
Students nt Stanford draw up state
ment expressing regret nt breaches of
university discipline, thus leaving the
way open for conciliatory nctiott u
Reputation of Mis. Hnrt McKoo 1.
torn to tatters In ttlal of dhorro mill
by Mnitro I-abori, fatuous French ad
Madame Amu (Inuld any she ban
had eiiQiigh.of married life and deklres
no mote httsbands.
Letter of President discredits
JntncB F. J. Archibald, who posed as
vpeclal envoy .of cxecutlvu on Pacific
New York Democrats don't want
Ilr.vnu mid will send unlnstructcd del
ecatlon to tho convention. . t
Coffee crop lrt Central Anmrlca Jn
small and extra sljlps chartered hy
Pacific Mnll company Ho Idlo at Pan
Thrco Hearst reporters ariested In
Snn Diego for robbing a t,tudlo of
films and photographs ot tho fleet.
Hearst and his assistants repudiate
tho men after anest. -Hearst's man
later frees reporters on bond to
answer charge of robbing photograph
er of films fdf 'Examiner.
Professor Wells btlll maintains thnt
Berkeley students lack culture, though
brilliant and' witty.
Alameda health board In row and
major declares that organization Is
inactlvo nnd Inelllclent.
Accused of embezzling eight pearls
allied nt $80,000, J. Edward Hoeck is
arrested In San FruncUco after a
chaso aiouud the world.
Old Uenlcla barracks has been ord
ered abandoned by war department.
Acting Governor Porter stops de
struction of redwoods In California
park and calls conference.
A. K. Detwller may return to Ban
Francisco to seek exoneration, al
though ,graft prosecution denies Btory
of negotiations emanating from To
Tw'elvo Stanford students are sus
pended for taking part In parade by
prohibition committee, of which Pro
fessor Clark Is chairman.
Judgo Samuel It. Artman of Indiana
at banquet declures what Is morally
wrong cannot bo legally right and
stirs Chief Justice Beatty of Califor
nia Supremo Court to answer In de
fense of nppellato court decision.
Mrs. Paulino van tiuiptn, rormei
wife- of son of Gonernl Sutter, dies nt
ago of 72.
Faithful Watch ?
When it commences to lag
a little, it needs attention.
Don't expect too much of its
wonderful mechanism. It
needs oil and cleaning just
the same as any other piece
When out of order bring
your watch to us for compe
li. F. Wichman & Co.
WE have a stocR of Asparagus this season
that people have been neglecting because it was
too expensive. So we have lowered the prices For a
Clearance Sale. The very best 'Silver Crest'
Large White, 50o: Reduced to 35C per tin
Medium , 45o; Reduced to 80C per tin
Large Green, 45c; Reduced to 30 per tin
Medium. 40o; Reduced to 25 per tin
Asparagras Tips, 35c; Reduced to 25 per tin
The death of I). W. Stoens ha',
been keenly felt unions Iho Japincru
mid ns n result of u mooting between
Consul General Salto and S. Oi-ilc'
(oitenliy tho following uablcgrnni e
proDslng condolence, nn tho death of
Mr. StecnB wus bent.
"Japanese Kmbaasy, Washington, U.C
"Please forward the following mes
nngo to the lelatlona or tho lato Hon.
1). W. Stcvcr.a:
"Tho Inpancru conimitlro for the
Plaguo l'lio Claims at Honolulu ex
pics their deepest grief and profoiiini
sorrow for tho death of lion. I). W.
Stexcns, ut tho bauds of !iss..nslns nt
San l'ranclsco. S. Oiakl, PiesMent.
P. A. Sehaefer, Consul for Italy and
ilcau of the Consular Oorpti, nn 1 o -Umernnr
A. H. Cl?gln:rn called on
Consul General Snlto c3tciday and
expressed their togrcts.
Salto also recolved a letter from
Secretary Mott-Smlth on behalf .'if
Governor Frenr. It was written be
fore Mr. Stovens' wounds pioved
fatal. Following Is the letter:!!
"Executive lliilldlug. Secretary of
Hawaii. Honolulu, March 2t. 100S.
"Honorable Mlkl Sulto, II. I. J. M.V.
Consul General, Honolulu.
"Sir: I havo tho honor to ncknowl.
edge tho receipt of our comuiuulc.i
Hon of this dntu conveying the lufor
mntlon of tho nttuck upon the life nl
Mr. Stevens In San Francisco.
"Permit mo to express to you my
sincere, sympathy nnd the Bympalh
of His Excellency, called forth by the
attempted assassination, and tho hope
for the speedy recovery ot Mr. Stovnm
ft out wounds received.
IS. A. MOTTSMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Under the official orders received
by Consul General Salto yesterday,
Secretary K. Ichlkawu of the local
Japanese Consuluto will piocecd to
San Francisco, sailing today on the
S. S. Mongolia, Oaco In San Fran
cisco Ichlkawa will rccelvo orders
f i oni Consul General Kettle,
Mr. Ichlkawa, who Is a good Kor
ean scholar. Is expected to nuiKo In
vestigation of tho causes and cir
cumstances of the assassination of
tho Into U, V, Stovens by Koreans.
In San Francisco, H
During his residence here, Mr. I
Ichlkawa has been very liberal in
placing his linguistic accomplish
ments at tho scrvico ofthe local au
thorities, through tho kindness ot
Consul General Salto.
Mr. Ichlkawa has many friends
hero and Is well liked by those who
have been frequent callers nt tho
Consulnto, It was reported, however,
this morning that after ha has mado
a full investigation ot tho Stovens
affnlr ho would return here.
WRAPPED IN SECRECY
Tho cxecutlvo commltteo of tho
Fleet Kntcrtnlnmont Committee, con.
rtsttng of James II. Morgmi, Georgo
K. Smith and Secretary Mutt-Smith,
held a meeting yesterday afternoon.
Follow lag tho usual custom where
public huslness Is concerned, thu
meeting was made an oxccutlvo hes
elon, Morgan and Smith objecting to
nny representatives of tho press be
ing present. It Is understood that tho
roason for tho objection Is that soma
ono Imd proposed to havo women on
tho commltteo and tho two gentlemen
who wanted tho session oxccutlvo did
not want anyone to hear their it
marks on tho suhjeqt. ,
NutwIUiBtantllng, thu groat secrecy
attempted to bo pfcherved! 1( is hu
orstood thnt nothing nf Imtnrturice
wns done, iho rohuulttuo only going!
QYor tho. Hits orvajnofrMmriVslefL fn
, niumbtHMii,,wlth a Mew' I o dividing
the Blieop from tho gouts.
May & Co., Ltd.
.Our 1908 Easter Cards
I We are now displaying one of the
handsomest lines of Easter earth
This tAAtnn 4m of Tins AirAt Viortn nf. '
tutu av,u)vi win iiu uvvft uwvii v t
feted to the trade. Theie nro cut
out croszes in a variety of shapes,
decorated with spring flowers, an
fcls, nnd iliuininateJ texts. The fol
ders arc .shown in many styles ex
quisitely colored and dcsigifad. One
of tho daintiest is a series of ten de
signs with delicate green borders
and green palm leaf crocs with a
few flowers in the center. The in
scription inside is printed in colors
Among the novelties there are cut
out rabbits that have moving eyes
end also a lartr,c hen sitting on a
basket with holes in it, behind
which is a moving card showing
chickens peeping out through the
holes. Among the cunningest cards
for the children-oic little cut-out
chicks all dressed in their Easter
Out-of-town customers would do
well to order early.
Thos. Gr. Tkrum.
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i Lilliputian Opera Comp'y
I TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIQHT
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
"A RUNAWAY GIRL"
Perfect Scenio Productions in Every
PRICES: 25c, 50c, nnd 75c. Box
Children, 25c; Ad-
L U A U
The Directors of Kapiolani Mater
nity Home will give a grand luau
At the Home
Saturday, March 23,
12 to 5 0'Clock P. M.
TICKETS $1.00 EACH
Best Hoises and Rigs in Town.
- FINEST FIT
and, cloth of A-l quality 'can bo pur
chafed from ' i
X'. 0. Box 0G1. Telephone 031.
-While It Lasts
In household expen
ses is practiced by
for light as well as
Cooking. v , It costs
I.-SS than any other.
Practice up for the
nest golf tournament
at Halciwa. It is the
bc3t place for reap
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