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EVENING' nULLETIK, HONOLULU,
Occanls Stated Second De
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Special
Aloia Temple Regular.
All waning member, ot the
Order an- cordially Invited to
ittteud inentlues of local lodfei
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets ovcij Monday evening V
f :30 In I. O O r" Hall, Tort Street.
i:. It HENDRY, Secretarr
T. D. WICKU, N. U.
Air visiting brothws very cordlall)
DAHU LODQE, No. i, K. of S
iitcta evvry flret and third Fri
day evdnlug at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
turner i'ort nnd Berctanla. Visiting
orotbun cordially Invited to attend
K. I.. NUOENT, C. C.
It. GOSL1NO. K. K. 8.
HONOLULU LODQE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.oilpo No. 616, 13. P. O.
CIVg, meets In their hall, on King
Otreet, near Tort, every Friday even
Inc. Visiting Urothcrs arc cordlall)
Invited to attend
H. A. DOUTHITT, E. It.
II. C. LWSTON, Sec'y.
Wo. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.otlr
Meet every tnd and 4th Saturday
7cnlnc at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot V
Or II, cor. Kort and Dcretanla. Vitlt
ni: brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McCHlEW, C. G.
E. A. JACOUSEN. K. It. 8
C0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
ltcMfl on the 2nd and 4th WKO
NEEUAY evenings ot each month ai
7:30 o'clock In R. ot P. Hall, corner
Ccrctnnla ucd Fort streets.
VlMtlng Eagles are Invited to at
W. St. McCOY, W., FreiL
H T MOOItE. Secy.
HAVAI1AN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
L. A. I'HUUY, Sachem.
H. V. TODD, C. of II.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lchnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sti,
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
,'178 BERETANIA AVE., neav EMM,
Bath and Elerlrical Treatment.
.WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Tort and Merchant Sts.
in? vau .v.
UliLLL'TlN Ang PAY
Sixty, wears ago physicians first
usou Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and
ever since then it has been the
standard cough remedy all over the
world. Thousands of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and America,
keep a bottle of it in the house
ready for an emergency.
controls the spasmodic) efforts of
coughing.relieves the congestion in
tho throat, quids tho inflammation
in tho bronchial tubes, and prevents
tho lungs from becoming involved.
Thcro are many substitutes 'arid
imitations. 15o sure you" get Ayets
Cherry Pectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poison ofany kind.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
IViCirid by Dr. 1. C ' k Ca., limit. Wait , U.S. A.
PINISH YOUR VACATION AT
Splendid Rooms. Good Meals.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAR!
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
YOUNG LADIES WANTED
learn the hairdressing trade.
Fort and Beretania SU.
May's Old Kona Coffee
The Best Coffee.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. Phone2ii
WAI1 CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
Alexander Young Building. '
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in mckle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING, 0PP, ALAFAI ST.
Chas. R. Frazier
i?hone 371. 122 King St.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID, GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
lil Fort Street
Joo KoamolclokcllI nnd Kalml paid
in court this morning for their over
Indulgeiico last night. Each wp
asked to pay $3 and costs, Kor the
same orfeiiBo Tom King, n Hawaiian
will) has been before, (bo court on
many aliases, was 'lined four slmo
Itons, ,Iho Maldnnado, found guilty of
vngr.ii cy, wbb senteneeil to six
months In tho city bastllu.
Mi a. Mary Kjion was given a bus
ponded sjnienco of thirteen months
lor profanity and a lot of good advice
about leaving bee neighbors aloiie
The nulghb'oiH with whom bbu was
'.wirriug weie also told to keep on
their good behavior.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bid Nickel Scratch Pail for tale
I 1 I
at the Bu Met In'offlte for Ave cents,
I enelrleh'thlck, made up of two hun
dred sheets of good paper. Six for a
Hlom'a clearance sale Is now on.
St, Louis College .will reopen on Sep
tember 7lh. ' '
Get your hat cleaned at the Loading
Hat , Cleaner; 1154 Fort street. t
Inter-Island and O. R. L. ahlpplnt
books for sale it the Dalle tin
onion. R"r. tuob.f '.
Mr. MathoWB' classes meet nt iho
following hours. French, 7 p. m,;
Gorman, 8 p. m. ' ' -
William Hoopll has filed a libel for
divorce against Ntllinoalmi Hoopll, Iho
charge being desertion.
Keawemahullanl has nie.l a general
denial to the allegation contained In
his wife's libel for divorce. '
Mrs. Illieriburgh is prepared to In
struct a few pupils In pianoforte at
their home. Address Royal Hawaiian
Hotel. ' '
The Consul General for Portugal
returned esterdby from a vlJit to the
plantations on Maul and II. o home
steads ht Klipakalua, where tho wine
industry Is nourishing
A Stenographer Is wanted for
Automobile chauffeur Is looking for
a position. Sec classified nils.
Last call at Dlnm's for great bar
pins will be heard Wednesday ino.-n
Ing at 8 o'clock.
Make our laundress glad by order
Ing Crystal White Sodp. It makes
light work. Sold by grocers.
Whitney & Marsh aro hat Ink a
clearanco sale of French, nnd Irish
handembioldered robes today,
A glass of I'rlmo beer with your
meals Is (he best tonic jou can take.
"rlnio Is browed to suit the climate. ,
Hao you seen the new Smith-1
Premier double kuy-bojrd visible
writing typewriter? Now stock Just
in at Hawaiian News Co,
1 Specify "Congo" roofing for ybur
building. It is tho best rooting ma
terial on the market. Fire and weath
er resisting and wears better than any
other. Sbld by Lowers & Cooke. Ltd.
A well-1'cpt lawn reflects good taste
on the part of tho householder.
"Forcegrowth" will make oiir lawn n
rich, dark green. Sold In $1.25 and
GOc pnekoges by K, O, Hall & Son,
GUARD TO DRILL
' ( .
The members 'of the Cn; ost-lmii:
nrty will hao on opportunity of see
ing tho National Guard In uc'ion Sun
day afternoon at Ka'plolar.l ihrk. Com
pany C In command of Cijtatii Ca
irinra, wilt :o tiiroiigh a number of
tactical maneuvers for ili'J bciieflt of
the vUlttiu Cdugres8mcn and their
wives, Thi company wilt be brought
up to a strength of about sotcnty-flvo
meii and In addition thco will be
squads from the signal cn,-t)s and hos
The anuugemenis tor tin.1 drill haVo
hecn cbmi'i'.'icd by Captnlil Camnra
and tho moi will go thratluli n fu"
prollininary d.llls beforo Sundh.' after
GENERAL MILITARY HOSPITAL.
(Continued from Pace 1)
and will be one ot tho most modernly
equipped In tho service. It Is said
all of the material that can be pur
chased here will he bought from local
A central location will be selected
for tho hospital and It will bo con
structed with a view of accommodat
ing men from all of the different
camps and forts. In connection with
It, regular ambulance servlco will bo
established, and it is Understood it
branch of tho lied Cross Society will
take up Its headquarters In the pro
posed 'hospital. A largo staff of army
physicians will bo sent hero from
Washington and other points on tho
Coast, A regular hospital corps will
also be attached to tho hospital, ahd
kept In readiness for all emergencies
Tho lldridsopo fe-en forced con
Crete apartment bUlldlnk, the llred
nibane, In Winnipeg, being creeled
at 11 cost of 1250,000 collapsed.
Heavy rains hud moistened the con
crete and the Btefcl girders '&avo
Theodore Harris, who 'died recent
ly In Louisville, by his will left bis
children S160 d nloiith each lind left
over $1,000:000 to Baptist Instlht
tlons of Kentucky.
No Dampness. No Bugs,
Jas. H. Love
I'KKINO, Aug. 31 Negotiations between (llilmi ntiit .1,.inif In ie
gard to Munchurlan iiuestloiiH won tcjiirludcd today Clilu.i ngreci not
to construct tbu tlslnmlntiiii rullro.id wltboul Japan's iiinsent. .lup.iu
Is nl lowed In work the mines In the I'uslinit nnd Veutnl dlstilits, iiml
Is also allowed to build nil extension it) tho Yltikow r.iltni.id.
Jupan agrees to rccognlzo tbu Sovereignty of China over Cblentiio,
but China on her part agrees to upon four trndo porta In that dlstilct.
FRENCH PUNNERY PRACTICE.
l.OKIHNT, l-'rniiip, Auk 31 During gunner) print lie berii ludiiy
six shells from the armored cruiser (Holm were llred Into the eiulher
Marselllnlsc, One of the Hbelts iiuuetrnled the hull or the Marseillaise
nnd exploded. That no one was Injiind Is touslilcicil little shoil of mi
raculous. How the extraordinary ue idem Declined lias not been explained.
CLOUDBURST HIT RAWHIDE.
ItAWIIIDi:, Nevada, Aug. Ill Onr htiudroil find t till t bulldlngi
were swept away here today during n iloudhuml. Flu- bundled pei
sons have been rcndeied homeless by the dewisialliig wiiteis. Sl put
pie are reported missing and lire supposed lo h:ie fallen victims to Hie
MRS. ROOSEVELT IN FRANCE.
UAMIIOUlLLirr, France, Aug. .'II President mid Mm l'.illleies
today received Mrs. Tbeoiloie Koo3eelt mid hu daughter Hthcl at Iho
President's chateau. '
RAT and ROACH Paste
(tM Uul 111. nm. J.J. Kumar I. .n antr (
We Ui tttlMnn Eltctrlt PtiU lll kill ol ill th.nU and mica In s kiuis Is I tlnjl. nlM
Oookromohma, Water Bugs ana Othar Vermin
trt 4o qulrklj killed Read? nlifd lor uu. The onlTtuaranwoJaiMrinllktor.
Your aruniat win reruna your money u i uoea no. . mo wu.a.
Iilkulb., !... SI C9., l rl(!.l. a. aiaraaa araaaM.
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal rhone 3bo
G. W. McDougall, Prop.
MR. W. D. ADAMS PRESENTS
Withers Concert Co.
HERBERT WITHERS. Cello.
MME. ELZY, Pianist. CHARLES BENNETT, Baritone.
An unusual program.
Orchestra, $1.90; 1st lew upstniis, $1.00; back of
1st low, 75c; balcony, 50 c,
Seats i on Bale at Bergstrcm Music Store.
Informs Him That Upon Completion
of His Trial in Police Court He
Will Have to Charge for His1
In the nationality column of Iho Po
lice Court calendar this morning the
clerk put a iiuustlon mark after tho
name of Julius, Von S, Slgmond, De
spite "Dcr Fiiderlandytiess" of tho
nnmo the cleik was peifectly right.
When Mr. Von S. Slgmund left Iho
room Iho court and attaches looked
after him flubhergusted ami exclaimed
with a single thought. "What is It?"
Mr, Julius i:le. Is charged uith
transacting Imslnesil 111 the County
of Honolulu without a license, mora
srieX-lflcally, Iho business of podtlllng.
His nppeaianco In honor of tho -nrca-clon
was natty aid ripruce when be
was haled befoio tbu Judgo.
Mr. Jilllus anil The KcbI Of It was
PASTB CO.. CHIEAau. ILL.
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St Ewa of Nuuanu Stream,
"WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8.
peifectl eoiiilenus autllpolilo to the
Judge ninl li'e.ileil him nleely. Hu do
elileil that he was not at all guilty and
asked that his ensu go over until nuxt
week. It wiih set for l'rldny, Septem
ber aid mid Julius bowed nnd p.ihR-d
Hnwou'r, hejiad ncgleiti-ii lo men
tion homelhlng nnd Interiupting fur
ther pioccodlngs. Informed bis honor
tiiut bo would liao lo ch.ii go for nl
his time luken up In the court and
would tin ii a bill In later.
"Hill in pi," lellcUtil Alldrtide, after
he bail reeoveied his bunlh, "You
hn 1 b tier lake Hint up w'lth the
Uoai.l of Sui ervlsoru."
"Ill ink you sir." imstteied Mr, Jul
Ills Vi'l S, SUMtmd and depaited,
Tho following s Iho latebt pioposed
cchcdulo of tho iiiinsportH! Due at
Honolulu, from San Kiiinclaco: Uig.m
September II; Thomaii, October 13;
Shqrldan, November lit Uigan, IX-
comber II. Duo ut ilouolulii, from
Manila: Thoiunn, September S; Shell
dan, October 0; l.ogun, November 5;
Ihomas, December G; Slieildiu. Jan.
If you don't want to look like a
ready-made raau have your dress
suit made by custom tailois,
t v S i
Tailor' 62 King St.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, September 1
I'OItT TOWNSL'NlJ Ariltoil An?. 31;
Atulrul C.clle, btneo Aug, I,
0U0NI:L Arrleil Aug. 18:
8. H, .MassachiuettH, from Hllii, for
llfhiwnre llieakwnter, July IS.
(OUT SAN I, IMS-Sailed Sepl. 1:
S S Itc.iua, for Honolulu.
Tuesday, August 31.
YOKOHAMA Boiled Aug. 2S:
S, S. AbIii for Honolulu.
Monday, August 30.
3KATTLI: Sailed Aug. 27:
H. S T. I)lx, for Honolulu.
(1UAYS HAHIIOIt -Sailed au '.'S'
Hehr. Sophie 1'hrlnteiiM'll, for Ilouo
lulu SAN FHANCIBCO Anlveil Aurf. !')
V. S. A. T. lluffnlo. hence AtlK. 22.
SI:aTTLK ArrUed Aug. 20:
S. S. Mlssourlnn, ftom San Fran
rlsin. TO jNCLE SI
Totals Sum Of
The Tenlliirj did not use nil or Hie
upjiiopilalloii of $.u,noil that wiih mule
by the United SUitcx gowiiiiuent for
the pill poses of legislative expenses
In llnwnll during the l'jotl KeKflon.
Secretary of the Terrlloi) K, A .Molt
Smith, who Is the illHburHlng olllcer
baM reluiued to the Federal riowru
men t the rum of SGni.TI, the Inhinee
of the tippiopilntlnii of s:iii,ihio.
the money nppiiiprl ited b) Iho Con
gresH of the United Sl.itett for the use
of dlnwnlt'H Leglslaturo Is lestrlded
In iiko mid can only bo applied to c r
tain stipulated objects that accom
pany the nppropilatlon.
Thcro has iisuall) been a ln'iine-j ti
tho rpprnpilatlon, the Teiillurl.il nill
cliils desiring to bhow the l'edeinl
(loveiiiiuent that tlieto Is mi devlie lo
Bpenil the money allotted slmpl be
cause it Is" In V to be me I.
Jfk..4i.,....l fa n. tlH.fc II
which the clnlni iIiok U no j u.it 111-
Kona 1 1 full uf ito'lej of tin Min
imi Of till) lloltllllo.l HL'lllMll. 1 lu
te Old of tbu llonid of I'llblle In-
stiiiellou shows Unit ipille n num
ber uf iu-hlst.iiits hno sought tiaus-
feis lifter being theiu u time. Mrs
Scott Is tho principal, mid It Is
ilalmcd Hint her iitlltudu low.itd hei
asslstiuitti Is nihltr.uy. It Is cl tim
ed that Inspector King doesn't see
the matter In the light light be
came be nl.i.s stups ut the Scott's
ImiiKo when he goes nil his limpee
Sumo lime ago u petition, vei)
widely i-lgnid, tesiilted In the le
turn of Mrs, Miijdwelt to the loom
III wlilch she li.td been teaching
pilnun In suHeilng it severe Injury.
On her icttirii In sdiool she had Ixcti
given another loom for no particu
lar reason, or'iil least iioiui that s.it
Islled her iniiiiy fi lends.
The patents dl'l not know that
Mis. MiijiIwcII had been li.iiisfcued
fiinil tbu lloluiilon hchool until they
saw the iippolntmeiits of Iho teach
eis and what Mime en I led a cut nnd
diied piogi.im had been muled out
The Commissioner of Public Instruc
tion fiom Kona Is repoiled to hnvo
stated that when she (imio down
hcic to tbu meeting of the lloaid
ever) thing was uu tinged., unci not
knowing Mis. Mayilwell'slwlnhis or
those of the ploilu about llolualo.i,
she thought It wurf all tight nnd
lalsed mi ohjedioii when the In
spector Enid he thought It would be
best for the Hchool to uial.e some
Supi-ilnlcnuVnl ll.tlililtt found (he
miilter nil ilpc for him when be ni
llvedriolu Seattle. He Is he.iilng
tmu Blilo or tho ii flu It- today, and
v.-lll phib.iblj hear the other t'omoi
iiiw. Judged fiuui lh Hj, r ()l0
petllloUs teielved oil fruiuer imk.i
Hons, IliilnnliM veij iinuh piefets
to have Mrs, .Mujiltvull leiuulii ,is
It (1 Went, ii bluejacket on the
enilwr St Louis had thteo of hlH ling-
... ,..ri- , u Hue B,I(J (m t10
JM'sm'I'h t-omli Set cruise. Afler in.
I"""""4 "onsen inu nuii(,' bluejacket
niniio a toiiiuhpiet mill Mopped the
flood of blood.' Then ho cleaned up tho
deck ami miiiio boms after called on
tho ship's smgeoii for treatment.
T,lugo tlngeis hud to bu aiuputated,
WediiObday, Sept. 1.
Sir. W. 0. Hall, fiom Kniuil ports,
Sir. Ilelene, front Hawaii, noon,
Wednesday, Sepl. I,
Sir. Nllhaii, for Mnbiikoiin ntid Kit
vvalhae, r, p. in,
1 DUE TOMORROW ?
Str. Cl.-iudlnc, fiom IIIIci mid Maul
ports, ii, m.
M. N. S. S, Lurlltie, Vv'eeilen, fur
San riimelseo, p. m.
O. 8. S. Alameda,
Han Tranchco, n in.
Dow dell, from
Per M . S. S. Lurllno for San
l-'ianelsco, Tlmrsd.iy, n. in. '.Miss Sler
i.v, Mlsn Clniiiil L. J. Wiiiren, D.tvld
Haughs, Heimniin vol Holt. I'. C. M.-i-
cy, Mrs, M, Oilmen, MKS J. (lliiaca, A,
M Wilson, I!, V. Heimtnnd, Jen" Point.
John Fuller, Mrs. II. It. Hick's. Miss
O. Illcks, Master llleks. .Miss (1. Hoff
man, Mis, Tnwiiseint mid hou, Mr. nnd
Mrs. V. (1. Ogg, James I). Dole. Miss
fl. Duw', Mr. mill Mrs. M. O King. A.
II. I. man, Mrs. A. (.', MeKeover, Mis.
II. M. vim Holt, .Miss Mar von Holt,
Miss i:. II. Sullim, Miss I Inn lei C.
Illlcbiiiek, Mts lloiuei- Stultli, Miss
I., I.. Yotig, Miss Johiisliin,
j WATERFRONT NOTES
With r,ii 1'iililn p.issettgerii, li2im tons
of Migii, I linn lolls of which Is le
fllieil. 21 lid hunches of h matins, mid"
other meiehaiiilise, the MatMiu steam
ship I. in III. e will leive foi the Coio!
piomptl nt III o'clock tiiiuoriow iiioiti
Itic,. She will also e-itry lcglsteieil
en I tegular mail, which was arrange;
for loil.ij by Assistant Siipeiliitendent
or Tiniispnitutloii Dodsiui.
San rr.inclrco, Aug. 18, Tho Ocean
Ic Sleaniitblii Coinp-iuy's .Man.'ile vvi.l
not leave hero iig'il'.i until Align it 23
.'nl nlrenlv ,iiii'(ily .erj bettli
hi3 be.-:i jl'"' i- only ,'ur ill it but
fin the ns:' f' ilowlng. TI.t M.ni.
posa, v.hle.i mill -,itembfi'- I. f.e T,.
'I'l Is ul oil" i.-dilly b -.! Tho
Paclllc .Mall liners ' i ih'ioUm in cinni
.i ce ii big ,.cin i.v J of Ml. I inxsi'li-
'.ci siieel Or ioi-.i tlclis lllil
hi hi thai tit I . imnu fn- ii,'.ni--i
invi leis Is I p' i e nthj w I'limj IKi.
The mine r,t ne of utT.ilrr. p.entllii mi
ti.ms-P.ieille Hums coniliig this way,
wiih no sign of diminution.
The no.v Mnisoii sle.tmshlp Wlllicl
tiilna will bo l.iunrhcd fiom the Now.
lort News slup.iiils on September IS,
Hid Iho Tennej p.ulj. Captain Mill
son's put) and olheis leave the Coast
lor Newport News on September 10.
.Miss Wlllielmlna Tenney will be tbu
kpoiiMir. The boat Is expected lo tua'.to
her first trip to Honolulu about Feb
ACCOIIDINO to notices insloit hy
Iho Intel Island Company, r.o freight
will be iccelvcd fur the Miiima Ken
nwxt .Monday except perlshsihlu goods
inul llqiiois owing to Its being held as
Labor Diy. All height for the boat
most he on tho vvlmif Saturday, ex
eejit those of tin, demlptlou men
lioncd THi: MAHV WINKLILMAN, Atnep
Icau bitkenlliio, urilved this umriilng
wiih lumber She sailed fioin Ihtre
Itn on the llllh or this monlb.
Till: W 0 ll.u.L wiik" unlo-iuliig
ber miglir Info the Oljmplc at the
Hullioiul whitif Ibis morning.
COOKE ESTATE TAX.
(Continued from Pme J)
po ed bj Iho goveinmeiits of stnloa
or teiilloiles. It Is 'jclleved by lo
cal atloinejs that Ihu Coniu eslitln
eorpoiatloii will naturally rail wllh-
In the piovlslons of Iho I-Vdcinl law.
The Cooke heirs have alicndy lu-
dlialeil lo tho TeiillOiinl aulhciil-
lle.s that theiu Is tut tleslic upon
their pail to do otherwise than
meet I Ho usual requlieiiienls of (.
viinloiy nml npiunlsiil for (ho pur
poses 114 computing the Inheritance
tux, nnd blivu stated that they will
lend every assistance within thol
power to nli In tho coriect 111111,111
tutlou of tho tax.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $178, Complete.
. m yjuniiuvij ii. WAliAXtta ilUA
AU IHAUHIMiS WORKS
1 Kins St., oppositq South SU J
Irf. &'' Oa