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VOL XI. NO. 4382.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7. 1909. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 GENTS.
ELKS CAPTURE MANY
HONORS AT LOS ANGELES
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GREAT BRITAIN for JAPAN
SHEBA'S FIRST TALK
DAYS OF 1904
PEKIN. August 7. The relations between the Chinese govern
ment and Japan over the Antung-M ukden railway resemble the situa-
' tfnn rtf IflAA tphpn war hmlrit 'flnt ti (tpwn Pn.tla anil Tanan
In 1304 Jnimi went tn war wit li inissla to force- It back from tho
Arm Rrlp on Manctuirln that tlircnt rncd tn extend lo Koroa. Itiisda re
fused to relinquish ltn hold un Mnn churla. U would appear from the
dispatch from I'eMti that China Is n (Ml held In tho Rrlp of the Russian
tto far an northern Manchuria Is ron ccrned, and, while unablo to grant
the demands of Japan, makes no he rlous opposition.
Heading from" right to left- -First row: N. Hmniett May, H. K. Murray, I,. I.. Harding. K. Lord, Oco. T.
Kluegcl, 11. A. Wilder, V. S. Peachy, J. It. Shaw, N. H. Lansing, Win. O. Crook, Jr. Second How.
light to left C. M. Taylor, 11.13. Mnynnrit, II. H. .McCllnloek. T hlrd row, light to left II. II. Simp
nun, .1. S. McCandlcss,- W. A. II. Connor, E. M. Drown,
"I do not blame Mori for lilt attempt In assassinate me he Is
not morally rosioii8llil the blame Ilea with. those who Irive been
writing Incendiary articles In the Nlppit JIJI. which misled some lm
sponslble persons Into tho belief that I have proven traitorous tn tho
real Interests of my countrmcii In Hawaii."
Japan Scorns Protest
T0KI0. Aug. 7. Despite the p rotests of the Chinese government,
Janan began work Friday on the construction of the Antung-Mukden
railway. There has been no interference yet.
Among tho uno thousand lodges
that were lepysenleil nl the great
lonclavo of tho Elks at I -on ,Augelc3
f I din July 10th to the 17th iinuo
made a inoio decided Impression
niuoiig thu residents of the "Land
of Sunshine" that did tho twenty
men who marched In tho big intrude
under the Insignia of the Honolulu
lodge. Their numbers wcro not
many but the distinctive feature of
the lels, something that hundieds of
those who witnessed tho ElkB parnilo
had never seen define, wns sonio
thlng that helped to tiring tho rep-1
rcscnthtl.cs of tho Honolulu lodgo
Into prominence nt cvory iurn.
Kills now living In California that
til K owed allegiance tn the Hono
lulu branch of tho order exerted
every effort to reach Lou Angeles
ifiu) swell tho numbers that acted an
the representatives of tho order In
the lulu mis during the week of fes
tivities and Joy making that fol
lowed. In speaking of the success of the
session Harry Murray who returned
on the Hllonlnn stntcH that It was
without doubt out of the most suc
cessful affairs nf tho kind ever held
In the history of tho order.
"Wo hhd 11 great time," said Mur
rayj "and it was certainly one that
tlioxc who participated In will never
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MAY MAKE PEACE
In the heat of the summer, stocks
(iiniplniclei, Hi 1 ll.es and mi forth,
the politicians ale quietly at woik.
Hepiililli'iins, Pomoeints anil tho
Home Hiilers, all i if them nie at it.
Thyrc Is now a plan on foot tu
li.ivo a political doi'iuneiit, In the
nature nf an agreement, a ponce pact
hi In speak drawn by and between
the adherents of the Hon. Win. C.
Arhl and John C. Lane. This agree
ment, when drawn satisfactory tn all
parties, Is to be signed by Aehl, rcp
ickciiIIiik the labor element, ami by
Lane representing the jnung He
publicum, Aciniillug In tellable Information,
It Is expected that this ngiceiiicnt
will (oiitalu a clniipo, whcicby
neither Aclil nor Lane shall 11111 as
11 candidate for mayor at the 1 J 1 0
flection. It Is the Intention nf tbn
politic il managers p.iittculuily tho
advisers nf Acht and Lauu In liar-
monlr.0 tho differences, that hnvo '
been tho cause of friction In tho
past uiiiipulgus. This done, It Is
expected that n united cffoit could
lie made, Hiitlkleutly strong to win '
liny, ami pmhnhly nil things, when
One other clause, expected tn bu
luclitilcd In this agreement, Is that
Aclil ami Lane shall agree tn have
as a candidate fur tho next major
un the Republican ticket a business
man mid a llniinelcr well versed In
the coiiiiueiclal iiITiiIih of the city.
This man If 'elected, is to servo only
nne teini, Artec that either Aclil
or Lane tan run as candidate if or
liuinr, If they so desire.
ItumoiK have It that the proposi
tion was made known tn Aclil, who
agreed tn nfllx his signature to tho
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Cor f i
Arc always hcldin
higher esteem than
these who are less par
ticular. It's because
the clothes reflect, to
a large degree, the
tastes and character
of the wearer. It is
easy to' keep well
dressed if you wear
New Summer and Fall Styles now open.
The Kash Co.,
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
The eighteenth annua! report o( tho
estato of Henry A. I. Carter whb tiled
today in tho Circuit Cuuit by (P.-orgo
It. Carter, trustee.
According to the resirt tho estato Is
In a tluuilshlng condition and tho year
ending June 30, tho business of which
the reiiort cm ore was prusperoiii,,
The Inventory glvus tho following
Items, making a total value of $2R7,
417.80 without counting money unin
vested. Heal estato holdings am unit
tn Slf7.80 and are principally In Cal
ifornia; stocks, $IC3,82(UI0; note,
$05,700.00; first iiiortagego li pel cent
bonds, Kauai Electric Co., $6,075.00;
first mnitgagu Olan Sugar Co.,
$0702.50; and I'ala Plantation Co. hold
'Thu total amount received on nc
count of lucomo wan, $11,033.18.
OUR- TIIUST DEPARTMENT IS
FULLY EQUIPPED TO HANDLE
FIDUCIARY DU8INESS OF EVERY
KIND, AND SEEKS APPOINTMENT
AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR,
AND GUARDIAN, ABSIONEB, REG
ISTRAR, TRANSFER AND FISCAL
AGENT AND AS TRUSTEE FOR IN
DIVIDUALS AND CORPORATIONS.
GREAT BRITAIN WITH JAPAN.
LONDON, August 7. Officials of Great -Britain have allowed it
to become known that this country approves the course of Japan ia
dealing with China in the matter of the Antung-Mukdcn railroad. '
PARIS, August 7. Roger Sommer made a flight with his aero
plane today, remaining in the air two hours, twenty-seven minutes and
fifteen seconds. This is a record for aeroplanes. '
STOCKHOLM. Sweden. August 7. Two regiments of the north
have mutinied. The situation is erwing more serious with new indica
tions of sedition in the army,
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ENGAGED TO GERMAN PMNCESS.
J This Is what Somatnrn Sheba, ullloi of the Jiipiinere- and asked him tn nc
inf the Hawaii Shlupn, says about the (iinpiu.x tin- lo my Millie where wn
I attempt that was made to lake his life could talk uur Hi" ipiesilons limilved.
Tuesday morning. Ilu lies on n cot II I convinced him of the Justice of
at the Queen's Hospital welt cm the my stand he was tu abandon his ikisI
I way toward complete recocry from tlon and tho same to apply to me. Hu
the wounds that he sustained at thoPparently nssetited to the suggestion,
hinds of tho would-be assassin. Ho and we walked up King stn-cL togotli-'
says that he bclloves that ho had a er. It was Just after turning the cor-
fortunato escape from death and con- ner. Into Smith sheet that he turned
slders that the stand that ho took from on nie suddenly I was on the Inside
the first day or tho declaring of tho and grasped my by tho shoulder. I
strlko by the officers of the Wither was then struck n stunning blow upon
Wage Association has been amply Jus- the head but I did not realise for sov-
tltled by the rcsullB. He feclii that tho oral moments that the man had n
strike Is something tu hu forgotten us knlTo In his hand ami was bent upon
soon as possible and 11 serious effort taking my life. 1 thought tierluips ho
niado toward tho rcnl work of Improv- rlmply meant to nsBiinlt me."
lng tho. conditions and llle nf tnu Jas Was Not Armed,
nnese plantation laborers. When asked why hit wis nut armed
1 "The strike Is" ended," says hliolu in, was his usual eiislomslneo tho
and I believe that It Is best for my threats had been tnado against him.
MADRID, Aug. 7. Don Jamie has become engaged to a German
II. C. Waldron has quite recovered
from tho operation that hu underwent
at thu Queen's Hospital, ami U now
stating with filcmls at Maimi Valley.
JIo expects to be able to take up his
duties with tho Honolulu Iron Worko
In a short time.
W. R. Grant was charged nt tho i
llco court this morning wllli Incasing
h window, He claimed that another
man did tho breaking ami was given a
chance tu provo It, Ho Is t j appear on
Monday before Judge Andradn
In tho newsboys' biibcball league the
Chlcagos defeated tho Detroit today
my a score nf 11 to 10. Tho standing
for tho Bulletin cup Is as follows:
Chicago, 667; Detroit, .333. Thcio
uro four more games to bo playod In
.Mfc. m M
Attorney Win. II. llcon who has
been visiting on Hawaii, came back
today. Ho will probably nj.milii hero
Nothing going on tonight but the
Nightingale concert and dance at
the X. P. hall. All aboard!
Governor Frear expects that tho
duly of apiHilntlng a Supervisor 'tor tho
district of Hamakua, Hawaii, will soon
devolve upon him, having been In
formed unofficially that Anlono iVr
r.andoz, the present Incumbent ol the
ofllco of Supervisor of Hamakua, Mil
submit his resignation In tho near fu
ture owing to III health and for the
time being at least retire from tho
field of political activity.
So far us known ill health In tho
only reason for Fornandoi's contem
plated retirement, Ho has boon thu
holder of u, number of, political offices
in tho district of. Hamakua isnd the
remrt of his retirement comes as
something of a surprise to those who
are familiar with political conditions
in tho district.
Made fresh every day. We
are in a position to tell you
Hotel near Union.
S.S. Hiloriian, Aug. 10
FOR ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINE
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
WHEN OTHERS PAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goodi."
Young Hotel Laundry,
countrymen. I felt from tho first that
tho consistent vllllflcation nf mo by
thoso who hold a different view from
my own on tbo merits of tho strike,
would result In someone being inspired
with sufllcient fanaticism to make un
attempt upbn my life. Moil undoubt
edly feels al the present lime that hla
act was one that should bo commend
ed Instead of condemned and there Is
no question but that ho will accept
punishment In the samo spirit.
"I met Mori several days beforo he
attacked mo," says Sheba, "and at
that time I said to him that I had
heard that ho was very active against
mo and the Hawaii Bhlnpo on Maul.
His leply was that I had 'better not
talk too much,' and ho appeared to bo
In an angry mood.
'On Tuesday 1 met him on King
street and he stopped me. I bald 'what
Bhcha said that as he was In nltcnd-
anco In court nt tho tlmo he did not"
think It proper tu go Inlo a ruurt of,
Justice with a deadly wcuimit 111 his
pocket and accordingly did not carry
a revolver on the day of the attempted
Tho manner of the nttack on Sheba
makes It plain that Mori believed that
Sheba wns armed, tho Nlppit JIJI hav
ing informed Its renders to that effect
many times and made the pretense of
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HOTEL THIS EVENING
The management of tho Moaun has
llanned another of tlu-lr delightful
hops for this evening tn which Aimy
can I do for you, Mori.' Hla reply wasj and Nny and society people In gen- '
'Mr. Sheba, you are working against oral aro cordially Invited. 1 In Minna, ''
the Interests of your countrymen?' always one of Honolulu's be.iuiy snots.'""
My reply was that I differed from him ' is noted for lis delightful entcrtnln-
that I was working for tho Interest ments.
Arrives On St. Louis
In six Iron-bound boxes $17,000 In
gold, silver and currency arrived In
Honolulu this morning on thu cruiser
St. lxmls from Pago Pago, Samoa.
for thu local postolllco. Tho shipment
represents surplus munoy orders Is
sued, and Is tho first remittance slnco
Under guard thu boxes containing
tho treasure were transported to tho
First National Dank, which' is a United
States Depository. Inspector Ilaro
will rcjiort thu collections In Washing
ton, and the amount will bo remitted
tn tho depository nf tho Government
This is ono of tho largest accumula
tions received In some tlmo of money
order receipts, as tho transportation
facilities between hero and Samoa, nro
very limited and far apart. In July
$1000 money order surplus was to-
celed from Guam.
Laird, Schober & Co.
' NEW IMPORTATIONS
IN LADIES' FOOTWEAR.
The very latest Eastern novelties, coniiatinj; of pumps
and one, two and three-eyelet Dresden tirb. In patent
leathers, bronre kids, black, white and green suedes, gold,
silver and colors. Trimmed with buckles, slides and pom
poms. For afternoon and evening dress.
These styles are so new that cuts to illustrate them
were unattainable at the factory. Call and see them and
try them on. You are cordially invited.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.