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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II., MONDAY, NOV. 23, 1908.
Mfti.'- I V"l
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Lci Aloha Chapter No. 3
Hawaiian Second Degree.
All visiting members of tlie
Order aro rordbliv invited to
attend mcetlngi nf local lodgts
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. a, I. 0. 0. F,
-Meets every -Monday evening nt
.7;30 In I. O. o. r. Han, tort struct
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary
m.'v iv vic'keiis. n. g
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first And third Trl
flay evening lit 7:.'.0 In K. of 1. Hall,
corner l'oit and Iterctnnln. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DIU.RING, CO.,
J AS. V,'. white, K.R.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, D. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I-odiro No. CIC. II. P. O.
E.. will meet In their hull on Kins
near Fort Street every Fildny even
lly order of the E. II.:
HENRY C. EASTON,
VJI. II. MclNERNY, E. II.
7;ji. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, KofP,
Meets ovcry 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7.30 o'clock In K. of 1'
Hall, ror. Tort mid Uurctanla. Visit-
Ing brothers lordi-lly Invited to at
Vv L FRA5.EB, CC,
13. A. JACOISSON, K.U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 110, F. 0. E.
Meets on tun 2nd and 4 th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 a'dnck In K. of I'. Hull, corner
Ucrctania und Foit streets,
VUltlnc Eagles aro Invited to nt-
A. I.. lTlAZEB, W., Prcst.
"Jl. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
,Meptc every first and third Thurs
days of i.icli month at Knights of
I'ythlns ll.ill. Visiting brothers cor
dially lnvllfd to attend.
A Ii AULEKJII, Sachem.
A. E. Ml'llI'llY, C. of It.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale appl.es only to the main
store Bt Eleeie.
To juake room for a consipimcnt
of goods now cu' the way.
A Great deduction
IH ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS ritAN COST
ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS,
' LOO?" AND SHOES,
JIATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE HIICES STRTCTLY
A fine lino of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
257 Jlrretania St.
The Fest Wlifckcy on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIfl'ITJ & CO., AGENTS.
101-10i .riNG ST.
PHONE 15 J. P. 0. BOX 755
in a brand new seven-ssater. Call up
191 or 1408 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
In buying ' "
from us, besides
f JUll OUVt IIIUIIJ.
r.a HOTEL sr. 'I
Always Fresh at B
' Fort and Kini St.
We have just opened a new
shipment of these fine Diaries
for Offlcc and Pocket use.
Let us show them to you.
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INSIST ON USING
as it is
THE VERY BEST
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031 FORT ST.
Our Wall Paper is not only
beautiful in color and pattern,
but tasteful as well.
No matter how the room
may be finished, there is wall
lapcr in our big itock that
will ji'st suit it.
Our special show room
downstairs gives the effect of
wall, border, and ceiling to
gether. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at' any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 200. 200. 1097.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT und KING Sts Honolulu
If water rusts iron, what1 will it do
to a mans stomache? The
WILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
W You have not tried vourhard
est unless you have let a B u 1 1 e t i n;
want Ad. ao trie trying.
Ten pood unto hacksi. Phone C.
No mote tnrkeyg at the Club
No fancy urlceu nt Iho Now Enelaui
llakcry, Hotel 8t.
Ladles' lone French kid cloves In
while, black and tnn, 13.00 n pair nt
Al. Thurlow for a lunch or dinner.
Tnko your carrlacu or automobile
to Hawaiian Cairlago Maufg. Co., for
llie orchestra rehearsal for tha
'.Miser's Mill" u 111 Im lipid IhU even.
lug nt 8 o'clock In tbo OPEHA
A rare chance la offered to purchase
a finu lot of White Leghorn and I'ly.
mouth ltoek hens. Just beginning to
lay. Seo ud, this Issue.
The Knllbls defeated tlio Wnlleles
by a score of H-3 In a rattling camo
of baseball yesterday afternoon. The
w alleles were outclassed from the
start nnd nevor had a chance lo win.
Reis & Quhm are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
190 Short runs 50c and S1.00 Bv
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
me wewalos slipped Into first place
In the Atkinson league esterd.iy
morning at Atkinson Park, defeating
tno Iroquois ly a score of !t-7. It
was a closely-fought game and gavu
the fans all of the excitement thnt
they could ask for.
Thurlow'a Royal Annex for meals.
An auto, driven by Dr. Murray, last
('veiling struck a hack, driven by Joo
i.ucca, on tne walKlKl road opposite
tho Lowers road. The hack was
thrown on tho Hanld Transit truck.
and n car which happened aloiu Just
mat moment completed the wrajk of
the vehicle. Neither Lucca nor a wo
man and a child who were his pusen
gors, were hurt, but the hack was
B U L LE T I N IS THANKED
Ala-Moana Club Passes Resolutions of
Appreciation of Support
At n recent meeting of the Ala-Mo-
ana Athletic Club the following set of
resolutions was passed:
wneroas. In tho course of our Club
career, tho Evonlng niillctln
of Honolulu, T. II.. has materially as-
sisien in promoting tho Interests nnd
well-being of our organization by keep
ing us before the public eye, by the
frequent articles appearing in said
Whereas, In token of our ntmrecla-
Hon of thu kind attitude manifested
uy said paper towards our club; be It
llesolved. That we. tho committer nf
tho Ala Monna Athletic Club, extern)
the above-mentioned newspaper our
slnceni thanks for the courtesies
shown us In the past with the hope
that tbo existing good fellowship will
perpetuate; and, be It further
llesolved. That the above resolution
bo spread on our minutes, nnd a copy
of the same bo forwarded to said
JOHN 1 MENDIOLA.
K, V. KAHAPEA.
CHAS. D. MAKANIH,
FIIED K. COCKETT,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 20, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
A. V Coolto and wf to Samuel C
Leo Lin Knm to Leong Ltini US
Antonio I'lres to J C Cluney M
Eric H J Gay by gdn to Eric It J
Kona Agile Co Ltd to Supt of l'ub
1 M DOwsctt to Eugenie II Emer
May K Dlbllng nnd hsli to Wilson
A I.owis Jr and wf to George II Holt. I)
Est of Ilornlce 1' Ulshop by trs to
Territory of Hawaii ..Agnut
Entered for Record Nov. 21, 1908,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Ilatada Matazo to All Hip CM
Wntannbo Sahl to Ah Hip at
Kngiiiara Kltaro to Ah Hip CM
David K. Kalllmal and wf to John M
Herlng , I)
.1 W II Klliu ami wf to Jos S Karryi.D
Ocrman Sava & Loan Socty by atlys "
to Kapioianl Est Ltd I'arllel
Knplolaui Est Ltd to Luclla It Em
mons , D
Allco M McCheutiey to Luclln II
O Nnkashlmn to S Shlmamoto ....ltd
llesslo Kalamakee et al by gdn to
S Shlmamoto atty of 1,
S Shlmamoto to O Nakashlma ....US
Plan Is proposed to remove bodies
from Golden Gate cemetery, San
Eranclsco, nnd transform graveyard
Into u public park.
Citizens plan to extend limits of
San Mateo to twice present area.
Seven students are expelled from
Stanford for rlsquo show.
Captain Peter C. Halns Is declared
Insane by three alienists,
A Most Excellent Assortment ot
W. W. Ahana CoM
fi2 S. KING ST.v - PHONE P25.
THE BEST "FITTEB8" JS TOWN.
HOLLYDAY'S REPORT FAVORABLE
WASHINGTON, D. C Nov. S2 A'diulrul Hotljday's report has
been presented to the Becietary of Hi Navy. It Is n strong plea for the
equipping of tho Insular naval stations with tho necessary Improve
ments. Ills recommendations Include the expenditure of one million
three hundred thousand Dollars at Pearl Harbor.
i m m
THINK WAR MAY BE AVERTED
HOME, Italy, Nov. 22.-Slgnor Tlttonl, the Italian Minister of For
eign Arfnlrs, was In conference; with tho Minister ot Poiclgn Affairs lor
Servla und Hie l'lench Ambassador. Tho lcsnlt of the conference was le
assur'lng and a statement has been given out that It Is believed that Wa'r
In the Haitians inn be averted.
CHICAGO, III., Nov. 22. Tho statement of rriclplR and expenditures
ot the Democratic National Campaign Committee was given out to tho
public toda The receipts from nil sources nmounted lo $1120,0 M., mid
the expenditures for tho campaign Weio SG1!I,41U.
i i i i
QUEEN IN SAN FRANCISCO
SAN I'ltANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 22. Queen Lllluokal.ini arrived hern
nboard the S. S. Mongolia today. She was In good health. The Chi
nese special ambassador, Thang Shao-yl, and his party also arrived
MEMORIAL SERVICES IN JAPAN
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 21. Services wcro held today nt tho Chinese
Legation In memory of the Emperor and Empress Dowager In China. Sim
ilar eervlies were held ut the Chinese Consulates In Korea.
VIENNA, Austria, Nov. 22. There hns been n battle on the fron
tier of llosnla nnd Herzegovina between Austrian und Servian troopi, In
which three Austrlnns und seventeen Servians were killed.
KING OSCAR VISITS AUSTRIA
PARIS. France, Nov. 22. King
arrived heie today from England on
will be the guests of Emperor Franz
FISHER'S NINE DEFEATS WASEDAS
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 22. The Reach All-American bandiall team
played Its llrst game in Japan today, defeating the Waaeda University
nine by five runs to none.
- . m i i
EIGHTEEN KILLED BY EXPLOSION
ploded today, killing eighteen fieoplc The boiler of a river steamer ex
NEW ORLEANS, Lu Nov. 21.
I m am m
J CASTRO WILL GO TO EUROPE
CARACAS, Venezuela, Nov'. 21.-
for Europe'lo undergo an operation.
PARIS, France, Nov. 21. French
Indo-Chlua, killing eight.
(Continued from Pffs 11
ty Act lost office, when thai Act went
out ot effect, and befote new ones
could linVe been appointed under tho
provisions of Section 81, It tuercruio
provided that tho first Mayor should
have full appointive, ponei-.'nnj that
ho fchnuld make his appolntmunts diir
Ing the month preceding the tlalo
when ho went Into olllce. In other
wordB, Fern will make his appoint
ments during next month, and no tat
lllcatlon by tho Hoard of Supervisors
will- bo necessary,"
Tho Boctloo referred to by Watton
reads as follows:
"Section 14C. At any tlmo between
tho llrst day of December, In tho year
rjus and tno nrtt nay or January,
190!), tho person who. at the election
. Richardson & Robbins
Regular 3c size, now 25c
Regular 60c size, now 40c
This brand is the finest in the market
and we guarantee every can
Jlenry May & Co., Ltd.,
Oscar or Sweden and Queen Sophia
their way to Vienna, where they
President Castro Is about to leavo
t loops have routed bandits In
held under this chaiter in the month
of November next preceding has been
elected Mayor of tho City and, Coun
ty, rhall make all Iho appointments
piovlilcd by this chapter to bo niado
try Mm. mid all tho persons ho appoint
ed rhall tl)etetiioii qualify iih in tills
charter provided, tind shall take nlUco
at tho hour of noon on the llrtt Mon
day after Iho llrst day of January In
tho )car I'.W'J, and nil Iho boards, com
missions ami ofllcers of lh' Count" ft
Oahti by appointment under nxlstliig
laws shall hold olilco no longer thai,
Mild aforesaid time."
Receiver appointed for Eastman
Home In North Carolina.
Chancellor Day of Syracuse thinks
Tnft will lay livvuy the Dig slick,
For aPew Days Only
. ! j. .; ..
1 IN FOREIGN PORTS (l ARRIVED
Friday, Nov.20, 1908.
NEW YOltK Hnlli-d, Nov 2(1 :
Hit Koiilm? Silcy, for HoiiJliilu.
' WATERFRONT NOTES (
'THE MADNA KEA will leave to
morrow noon Tor llllo. She will have
u largo list of passengeis, going lo
I he Volcano.
THE M1KAHALA, which lonebeii nt
nil the ports im Moloknl, wll leavo at
S o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Tim MA11NA LOA leaves nt noon
tonioriow for tho Konasc. She will
tako goods for Thanksgiving,
TEE KINAII wilt ii'turii fi tint Eatnl
on Wednesday moinlug ulllioul
TEE STEAMER Ko All linn leaves
litis uriernoon for Kapaa, Kauai.
Mnmlny. Nov. 23.
Temperatures- fi a. in., 73; 8 n, tn
77; 10 a. in., 77: lu.on, 7S; innnilir:
llaromeler. 8 a. in.. 30.nr,; nbolnto
humidity, S a. in., ti.lid groins per
cubic fool; iclatlvo humidity, 8 a. in,
(12 per cent: dew point, S a. tn., (1:1.
Wind fi it. in., velocity 8, direction
It! 8 a. in., velocity 11, direction N.
E,; lo a. ni., velocity It, direction 15.;
noon, velocity 12, direction N. E.
Rainfall din In1; 21 hours ended S
a. m., .W Inch.
Total wind movement dm Ing 21
hours ended at noon, 173 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Uureaii.
jUNIQUE PROGRAM AT
The nitdlence whhh crowded the
Hawaiian Opem House last Saluiday
night at the Knllhl-Moanalua benellt
comert was certainly one of the Urg
est of the season. Tho Kal.iltlhl
twins, who sang a coon song eiitltltd
"Hake D.lt Chicken Pie" made a lilt
In their duet. The representation of
the eight piluclp.il Islands of Hawaii
v.n piosentcd by a number of Hawaii
an ladles, won the adlillintloii of the
audience. Ah they nppcaied on the
hinge Individually, they were pie
seuted wellh Ids' representing the dlf
lerent Islands. Their diesses corre
sponded with the colois of the lels.
In this p.utlenlar net. Mis. Kutil Slar
brook, n beautiful and grateful wo
man, came on the stage utllted In u
'link ill ckm and was delimited with a
leliun lei. Intertwined with mnlle.
She lepiesented the Island or Hawaii.
Mrs. G. Kuea, repieselitlng the Inl
and of Kauai, was presented with u
moklh.iiui lei. Mrs. Annlo llobron,
reproseiillng Lanal, wore n lei kail
lioa. This was ono of the most .ti-
liiaciive leiH worn uiui ni.;iii. ii.e
llHlaud or Molokal, which Is noted ,'or
the bounty ol the ronst of kuktil Ircos,
'was represenled by Mrs. Kunni'. She
.vvoio kukul lels. Mis. Isaac Sherwood
'representing KahooUwo. worn lel-hl-
naltlna. Mrs. I.llli Needliain wore
the lokelaul. She repivsunted Maul.
Mrs. Helen lluo, represeiitlng O.iliu,
.wore u white lllliila lei. She looked
attractlvo. Mrs. Aunlo IlruoulushiM
lepiesented Nllhaii. She vvoio n lei of
pupil Nllhaii. Tho lei bourers wcro
Miss Kiueger, Mrs. lllshavv, the rtaga
manager, Mrs, Katy II, Mrs, Ccne),
MrH. lalua and Mr.i, Kauolu.
Navy yard plant Is not likely to he
moved ft om Mare Island to San
Sunilav. November 22.
Slmr, Ko Au Hon, Horn lluualcl,
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, Nn
wlllwlll (Kauai), a. in.
Monday, Nov, 23.
T. IC. K. S. S. Tcnyo Maru, from
Yokohnina, 7 a. m.
)' 8AILINQ TODAY
'' T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Marn, ror
Yokohama, fi p. m.
Stmr. Ke Au Hon, for Kapaa and
Kauai ports, fi a m.
Sinn. J. A. CiiuiiuliiH, Seaile, for
Waltiianalo, 7 n. m.
T. K. K. S. rf. Teuvo Maru, for Kan
rranctsco, 'J a, in,
Slmr. Alaiui.i Loa, RlmerHon, for Ko
na and Kan ports, 12 noon,
Stmr. Manila Kea. Fieeman, for llllo
mid vvnv ports, 12 noon,
Slmr. W, G. Hall, Thompson, for
Kniiat ports, fi p. m.
Stmt. Mllcihal.i, for Molokal and
Maul ports, G p. in.
I'erT. IC. K S S. Tonj ii Maru. Hont,
fiuni Jnpnn. 8 ii. in. For llilnoliiln; W.
M. Aluxiinder, W. II. Halril, C. M.
Cooke, Miss Alice Cooke, I W. Dohr
tiiiiu, M. Gieenlutiiii, I. Greenlinuin, K.
Ilo, John .Matthews. K. Morlta. J. .1.
Walsh, Mru. J. J. Walsh, Infant, and
luo chltdicu; John Wiiterhoiise, Mm.
John Waleihouse. Through: O, Alt
iiiniiu, Ford G. It.irclay, Mrs. A. Ilrlz
iird, W. 11. ,lli own, A. L. Clark, W.
Clayton, MrH, .1. II. Crockett. II. II.
Culver. Mrs. II. II. 'Culver. Miss Mar
rartt Culver. Miss Ruth Culver, Mrs.
E. .1. Culver, T. D.ilgo, Mrs. O. S. Dohr
man. Mrs. M. Favvell, Dr. Nat Green,
I'. Gregory. F. Oochliicho, M. (locliln
rbo. (1. llatuil, Miss M. E. Iltxlgu, J.
1), Juliet, Mrs. J D. Jones, (1, A. KJoos
nieyer. .Mrs. S. Knight. E. G. Unig. C.
K. Meyer. Henry Michaels, Mrs. O.
Mor.in, MIsh D, Mnran, K, Naknmurj,
MIsh II. ('. Neweomb. Dr. Kaspcr PIs
ihel, Mrs. Knspar 1'lt.chel, I" lle)es,
T Segawa, V. Seklno, J. Schultess. F.
E Shaw. E. Skinner, O. 11. Smith, Mra.
O. II. Smith. K. Tnkeinura, K. Terada.
I'tr stmr. W. G. Hall, from Kami
ports, Nov. 22 K, llaniano, C. W.
MiClaiiahan, Tang Wo, Al Hoe, Mrs.
Al Hon and two children, Y. Slilda,
Mrs. DoliJ, Miss A. Hull. Mrs. Kaolil
m. mint, C. II. llrown, Allss E. Water
house, Mis. W. II. Rice, Ilium Little,
Miss llonpll. S. Klkuyhlgc. Mrs. J. K.
Liiikea, J. Nohrlga, W. A. Kinney, Mr.
Do Luey, R. A. Kearus, J. Dlas, and
Per stmr. Ko Au Hon, from liana
lei. Nov. 22. E .C. Ilriins, Hurt Shar
elt PAS3ENGER8 BOOKED
Per fclnir. .Maun i Kea. Freeman, for
llllo. Nov. 21, 12 in. S. E. Lucas, T. J.
ThoiniH and wife. J. C. Cohen, C. D.
I.ulklu and wife C. I'. Morsu and wife,
(1 F. Hush, M. T. Lvons, Mrs. C. K.
Nu Icy and servant, R. T. .Christopher
son and wRu, W. A. Kinney, IL A.
Keurns, Judgo Edlngs. .1. W. Hath,
vvllo und son, I.lzzlo Perkins, P. I).
Killidseii, A, ltlchley, E. E. MaRln.
Mis. II. W. Hiitlou, Master Hough,
.Mniler JohiiMiu, .M (Irl.ilutim, I,.
Grlnbaum, J, A. Hutchinson and wife,
J. J. Page. Father Otto, I-ather Paul,
Father Pali Irk, Father Edward, .1. O.
Andei-tou, C.ipt llakoi', Lieut. Siimuni-.
Per M N. S. S. Illloiilan. for K.m
Fianchco, Dec. 1 W. Kult, Reu!eail,
L. E. Al until, Mis. Luey Hecherl ,Mr.
and Mrs. II M. Cooke, und four dill
drill, O. Ileillnger, S, Toplltz. M: L.
Tower, Mih, A. II. Ilobeitsoiii govern
ess und child; E. W. Adams, Mrs. M.
J. Lindsay, Miss Monroe. '
Per Htinr. .Manna Loa, for Kona,
Nov. 23. 12 in. Futhor Celestliio,
Father tlarard, Father Charles, Y. Van
lllng. S. Ako, uRo nnd son, Mrs. .las.
Hoiightullliig. T C. Mills, Geo. Rob-'
eilMin, A. I.. Oicciiwcll, F, II. Mo
Htockur. Per stmr. Mlkahala, Tullelt. for Mo
lokal, Nov. 21. fi p. in. Dr. Hallinati
and wire, Father Emerson, Father
Per htmr. W. G. Hull, for Kami.
Nov, 21 fi p. m. MrH. M. Iltirko, Choy
Chin and wife and family, Father Jul
lenr Per Hongkong Mnru. Fllmer, for
Japan, fi p. m., Nov. 23. J. Royd, I).
W. lloyd, K, Iwakaml, Jiiiues McGreg
or, I'HRSEIt CIIANEY or the steamer
Hall lepoits 7',."iil bagH of sngir await,
lug ililpmcnt on Kau.il.
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Mongolia
arrived at S-in Fiauclico jeslerday
morning at 8 o'clock. ,
THE CUMMINS left lids mornln?
for Wiilmnunlo. Sho will leturu with
Kiigar and ilcn bran.
We offer you
The right kind of Eye' Aid the
kind that means best and easiest vis
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St, opposite South St, i4