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MRS. 3RUCE McV.MACKAIX
MRS. L. TENNEY PECK
OCTOBER 27th AT 8:15.
CHAS. R. FRAZIER.
Saturday, Oct. 24, 1908
MAGNIFICENT LOCAL AND
THE VOLCANO IN ALL ITS ERUP
THE ROYAL FUNERAL OF PRINCE
Visit of the ATLANTIC FLEET
COALING PRESENTATION OF
A Splendid Scries of Foreign Pic
tures Dramatic end Humorous.
Admission, .85 and 50 cents; Re
served Scats, 75 cents; for sale at
Wall, Nichols Co.
tQ view sccnM from mny lans
TTTam 1 r T TiViA-n Ji Af ii aj lti -n r- .
and embracine Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week,
Monday and Thursday
Who Owns the Peak; The For
tunes; Orance Peel; Amatsur Rider;
The Slave; Picturesque Smyrna; The
When jou gt
us to make
Our $25. sniti
Choice lot of Fine Bred and Fancy
Fowls, to arrive from S, F. on the
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
SANG CHAIN, '
P. 0, Box 0G1. Telephone 031.
EDGEW0A7H and Q.E0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos ia the Market.
an4 MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
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TO AMERICAN FLEET
Local Japanese Call
The lor.il .lapi'ii'Mi nro Ric.it)
pleased lo U'imi Hint Ailmlrnl Speny,
coiiituanitcr (if tlio Atlantic Meet, mid
Ills olllccis, liini' been tolldoied tlio
niiiit brilliant reception tliat whs ever
glcn liv tlio Jnpanoso nation. They
rro glad Hint their KmprosB hns net
im exainp'e to her people :nul to the
tost of the world that Japan, as a
nation, has the greatest aloha ami np
prcclntlon for tliuo who Hint raine
mul brought civilization to the Intnl.
In speaking of the icccpllun or Ail
mlrnl Sperry mul his tinker liy their
Iinjioi 1 11 Majesties, the Knipoiur mul
I'niineKS of Japan, n niinitier of tlio
local Japanese Nolunleoiod tlio fo.
lte (1 Motokawn "The shaking
hands or Her lniierlnl Japnnoso Mai
rut our cndcaicd Ihnpross, with Ail
mlriil Sporr) anil Ills oPIccrM, In an as
surance of good will ami rilendshlp
hetween thu tun groat nntlimx. The
Japanese people nro not forget fill of
whnt good hns heen ilono them by the
Amrrlcnns. It was the Americano,
thiough Conimoiloio Ferry, Hint
brought the llKht of rhlllzntlon Into
Japan. It wuh n (-rent thing that
Conimo.loio Perry ilhl, when he came
to Japan nail elevatnl the people to n
higher mul (-renter light or rlWHzutlnn.
"I bellee that the i:mptcsi of Ja
pan wait piompteil l the kindly
deedn or the Amerlrnus. when ihe e-
tended her arms ami i-hook hands with
Admlr.il Sktii- ami his pincers. It Is
nn unusual thliiR ror Her Majesty to
do so. All formal precedents, weie Ik
noied, and In conseqiance. a new era
has been recorded In tho history or
"I think that the shaklm; hnnds of
the impress nml Admiral Spcri-) was
not premeditated It wns ilono ho
ciueo she hcllou'd and knew that tho
Americans were true rilends of the
"Yestciduy, when I lead of a great
lantern parade In which over fi'j.000
pel sons were In line, 1 could not help
but shed tears of Jo because or the
Interest there wus shown. I know ih.-ii
thos-o who weie In the lino turned out-l
niiiuigir an.i without the urgent le
anest or certuln people. They turned
out In parade I l-otlotp. because they
Know It wus the Ameilcuni that Hist
can led the light of civilization Into
The wholo thing Is ihls When any
man does good lo the JiipunH', they
will noer forget it There uro many
Amerlcun teacher!: In Japan tod,ny, tie-
uiiiik ineir iiiuu niei uie iieiug gooil
to the Japanese people. All these good ,
things are ceitalnly much appreciated
by the Japanese people. The recep
Hon of Admiral Spairy and the At-'
lantlc l'eot In Japan In a sign or true I
am' Vurm friendship between these
two najjiia. ,
"So far as tho Jafianeso aio con-
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HONOLULU, 1'. II., FRIDAY, OCT.
remeil there will never he uns sign
of uiiliiinslt) shown against the Anioi
Icuns." 1). Yonekuin, pieslilenl' of the Jap
anese Merchants' Amicclnllon, nahl thin
imirnliiR that he was greatly pleased to
lemu Hint the Atlantic fleet linn heen
mi roMill) lecelwd In Japan Hnhl lie:
"The reception of Admiral Sperry
mil lihi officers by the Cmpress of Ja
pan, who shook hnmlH with them,
proves conclusively that the Japanese
doslro to llo In peace ami hnimony
with the American people. The slink
Inn hands or the I'mpieKi- with a large
mimber of American olflcers Is tlio
first happening of the kind In the his
tory of Japan, Ho far as the Japanese
are concerned they have no occasion
to ilrenm of a war with thu United
Y. 8ogn, editor of the Nlppu JIJI, a
Japanese newspaper In Honolulu, In
nn Inton lew todn) stnted, that ho Is
ory much plensed with the reception
of the American licet by tlio Japanese
The chief secrclarj of the Japanese
Consulate flenernl expressed himself
grcntly pleased with the reception of
Admiral -"perry and his ofllrur. Ho
paid It wns nn unusual thlnK for tlio
Kuiprcss to shako hnnds w'llh the for
elKiieis; but In this pnitlculnr occn
slim, she shook hnnds with Admiral
Sperry and lilt oillcers, numberlni;
about foity In all. Tint ceilalnly
shows thnt the Americans and their
work for the Japanese people la IiIkIi
ly esteemed by their majesties, the
Kmperor and Ilnipress of Japan, nud
their pepple," said he in conclusion.
Tho Reneral opinion of the Japanese
here Is that thero should be a Reneinl
harmony or HiIiirs In Haw-all that
thete should bo no Ill-will between
them and the Americans and that all
mon, no tnntter whnt their nationality,
should lUe In peace ami harmony.
Oil trust Is n.ici! In nddresc dcllv
eietl hefoic (iimniprclal musresi.
Thieo nipnibers of hoaii nf lady
nianiiReis of California Women's
Arabian slerds captivate smart set
through nt huti-e show glen by Mrs.
"Kleanor tlnlis" Tully.
IMwnrd I'llsble, nged pioneer, ilfea
nt his homo In OaMnml.
Calirointa State l'ederatlon of La
bor follows (lompcrs In condemna
tion of the louits. Congress, and the
Republican party and dein.indi Mip
port for the Democrats.
Tnft pleads for Inland w,ilerra-i
heforo convention or lakes to tho
Gulf Assoclatl-ni nt Chicago. -
Ilran and Tnft nleet nt banquet
In Chicago, shako hnnds, nud c-
I'leslitent Hoosevelt assumes direc
tion of the Uvpubllcan l'i esldontl.il
Ilrjnn sajs he has outlived attacks
and that Democratic policies mean
Auditor Kostri's report shows to
tal of $10,1 30,039 as San rrancl3to,a
icventie for llcciil )ear ending Juno
I'lesldent Wheeler proposes plan
for San FranrlEco to board out Us
Jiulse Ogilen testifies at the trial
of .Mrs. Isabella Martin for djunmlt-,
MANY TOURISTS ON
Ship Brings Large Party
Of Visitors To
riio days, nlnction hours nml ten
mlnutcH out fiom San Francisco, the
O. 8. S. Alameda nrrlved heio this
mornliiR, earning teveiitj-threu cabin
paHEengcis, slxtj-four Bteerage, and
17H0 tons or miscellaneous freight.
The urn from Sun Francisco was
without Incident. oNceps. that tho
weather wns een n little plensnnter
thun usunl. Owing to a delay In get
ting tho malls on hoard, thu ship was
nn hour and a half late In leiulng tlio
Snn Franc-Urn dock, but the time wus
tnntlo up without dllllculty and tho es
se I rounded Koko Hood on time to tho
While many Honolulu people, lettirn
Ing home from a lult to the mainland,
were nunibeied among tlio passengers,
there was also a good spi Inkling of
tourists, palug their first lslt to
A liner day for a first lew of Ho
nolulu could not linv ebecn nsked by
any on board. There were Just enough
clouds In tho sky to keep tho sun rrom
shilling ton wninily and not enough to
mnko tho day seem dull. A gentlo
trade wind, sweeping across the Island,
kept the air fresh ami all conditions
It was n Jolly paity that lined tho
raits or the Alameda us she nenred tho
dock nnd.the ciowd or oungstcrs who
swam out to thu ship for coins, leaped
n rich harvest.
The ipiarantlno nud customs Inspec
tion wns goiio thiough with In short
older and It was barely S o'clock when
the Alnmcihi made rust to thu dock.
Thero wns a nud rush ror tho wharf
as soon as thu gangway was made
ready nml, In record time, tho Ala
meda wan emptied ot her entire quota
APPLY FOR PARDON
Attorney Clem K. Quinn has prV
pmed the petition to thu President of
the United Slates for a pardon for
Hansul, the Japanese woman distiller
and It has been signed by nearly nil
the Jitomeu who tried tho case, and
will bo signed by Judge Dole and U, S.
BAKING SILVER CAKE
Silver Cnko will be baked tomorrow
on :i gus range of tho Honolulu Oas
Co .and ll.uoied and colored with the
Van Duzer Co.'u tlavorlug etracta In
the dining hall or the Y. W. C. A. and
honed with strnwberi Jell, All aro
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Itcnsselncr, tho eldest son of Mrs.
John Klnc Von Rensselaer of New
port, and a member of one of New
York's oldest families, who was nr-
icsted charged with threatening his
mother's llfo unless sho agreed to
glvo him $5,000, wns committed by
Magistrate Corrlgan In tho Centre
Street I'ollco Court to the psycopath-
Ic ward of Itcllevue Hospital for ob
servation to iletcimlnu his mental
When the prisoner wns nrialgued
In court, ufter n night In pollen head
quarters, one nppcared to enter n
complaint ngalnst him. A. Hussell
I'eabody, who was one of tho counsel
In tho Thaw trial, and Lawrcnco
I.ec, also a lawyer, visited tho Magis
trate In his chambers, explaining
that they did not appear as Mr. Van
Hensselacr's legal counsel, hut rath
er ns lifelong friends of the unfortu
nate man and his family. John II. Is
clln, formerly nn Asslstnnt District
Attorney, nlbo appeared In behalf of
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Mr. I.ec drew up nn nflldnWt to tho
effect that foi some time the defend
ant had been acting and tnTMng In
coherently and jthut 'ho had used
threatening langungoi toward MA
mother. Magistrate Corrlgan said liar
was satisfied the Interests of Justice
would bo best ten oil by the commit
ment of the prisoner to Dellevue.
When Mr. Van Ilcnssclaer was
asked as to the Identity of one of thu
friends who had been In court with
him, he ic'pllcd, "Oh, he Is my tailor."
"Hu wasn't here to collect a hill,
was he?" sonicone nsked.
"No, Indeed," leplled the commit
ted maii. "He camu to help me. Iln
Is a good fellow. Why, onco I owed
him StiOO, and ho made mo two suits
of lothcs while 1 owed It. Hut 1
paid him later."
Arrived In a taxlcab nt the hospital,-
Mr. Von lleiiBselaer was ashed
by Dr. Holmes, "Ale jou a di Inking
"Not to excess," ho nnswered, "I
drink four or five whlskojs a day."
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