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Secretary Knot' notice to Knrlijue C. Creel, Mexico's apodal envoy, who went to "tVushlnglnti wltli Ihn hopo
of delaying oiicrallonH against Zvlayu of Nicaragua, to tho effect that neither Mexico nor nny other cmulryi must
Interfere put a decidedly warlike phase on tho lilhmlan situation. Tho firm .stand 'f tlio Secretary of Statu was
hailed with delight by tha Nlcaragu.iti rcvollitlonlsts ami added to tho activity lu thn vmlotis navy yards ot tho
United States. When Senor Creel visited tho Department of Stale a copy of, Mr. Knox's letlJr (o tho Nicaragua!!
minister was handed to him. and ho was told In politely diplomatic ImMinmlRtaknbty firm terms that the United
States was prepared to deal with Zcluyo. without any imtBldo asslHtancoT Al the saiuo lime It was reported that n
Mexican cruiser had been ordered, to Cotlnto to bo ready to tnkojlelaya aboard In caso ha was forced to flee
from tho American. Upon tho heels of this report j:amo an order'fnim tho Nnvy Department for tho battle
Flilp MIheoiiiI to get ready to sail nt n momrnt's notice. A further detachment of marine wbh ordered to Nic
aragua from the Now York navy yard. This force is In eommnn.) of Colonel William I. Ulddle.'wlio Is now tho
tanking marine ollicer In Nicaragua. 'lli(..:o snaprliots chow Colonel lllddlo's conimund going nbonnl n tug nt
Now York preparatory to taking ship for Central America. Tho men wore nil In high glee at tho piospect of
Secretary Knok's notice to Knrlq .
TWO BIO RESERVOIRS
ADDED TO M'BRIBE
H.P.Baldwin and J. P.
Cooke Order Construc
tion to Begin at Once
II. P, Ihildwln nnd j P. Cooke re
turned on Sunday from a tour of
Inspection nt Mellrydo plantation.
'This Is tho first trip of these gentle
men to the plantation since Alexan
der & Ilaldwln took over the agency
They made a very thorough trip. of
It, Including n trip to Wninlha Val
ley, where the Mellrydo electric stn-
. Hon Is located. In their Itinerary.
" Ah irroot that tho nowa agents In
tend to carry on tho property under
; an nggicBslve development policy, or
derB were given during the trip to
'.pioeced Immediately with tho con-
' st ruction of two'Wgo lescrvolrn for
tlm Btonigo of larger water supply.
jThese reservoirs have, a combined
; capacity of two hundred and fifty
millions of gallons. The present
water storage capacity 6t the plan-
' -tut lun la socn' hundred nnd llfty
' .millions of gallons. Tho now Btor
fugo bjislns urn In what Is known as
i Ihu Koloa reetlon that Is tha most
$,- frequently ulTceted by drought.
BACK TO HOTEL
ASCHE FOR DONOVAN
VJImmle" Donovan, tiled of till
Uuncartuliitlng of iiossosalng no llxeit I
T-'nlmde, has tnkou board .and lodgings ,
,nt tho Axcho Apartnients for tho com-
Sing mouth, at tho solicitation of tsov-
feral ld nequainlnnces, among them
being Judge Audradu of tho pollco
fcoiirt, Jlmnilu fell from u high an'l
Li'ulghty water wagon on Saturday. I
fdn'ihjiB ho lias Indulged In tlilalncro
iiianc lent on niuvvii piovioiw occa-
iIdiih, with an equal number of con
vIctlonB standing against lila name
ffnr. driilikontiess, Donovan goes to,th,
fdrydoclc fop thirty days.
WITH DESTINATION as Sun- t'ram
cisco, tho American bark ft. P. Hltiiet,
Svlth a shipment of sugar, Is to depart i
ijoday. Thla vessel has been nt tho I
liorl bIuco December IS, illsclrirgin!
Koiior.il, merclmndlEo lu'ought down
from the coast
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mrmmammr-"for out" crm cuuet morumg.
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MARINE' FORCE SAILING
TWO LEFT FOR
Uavnnuir Krcar Is still making
progress lu the work of elimination
by which he hopes to decide upn't
tho man wljo Is to 111,1 the olllco ot
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
He hinted this morning that ho nail
narrowed the list of eligible down
to two, and Intimated, that his selec
tion nf-the fortunate candidate, woult
b eaily In tho week.
The Covernor states Hint he has
heard nothing further In legard O
the appointment of the Kederal
Judge or Justices of the Supremo
Court, but thinks that tha nomina
tions will be sent to the Senate at
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 7, 1010,
from 13i30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
J J Drummond to William It Casllo
Tr . AM
Entered for Record Jan, B, 1910,
frcm 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Aunkakla Ilea to-0 Kalial et al ....I)
Caroline S llond tu l1lu U Horn! ,.
ITllas C lioud and wt to Hubert i;
llond i D
Chlng Ngoe (w) to Knueolio Itlce
Mill Co, Ltd ' .'..CM
James Knnoho anil wf to Trent Tr
Co Ltd ,. '. M
Willie Ah Neo and wf to William'
Henry ,...,. , M
Entered for Record Jan. 8, 1910,,
from 10:33 a. m, to 12 noon,.
I'iinllinli lu Heiv Ten Slu,.,.v.iV i
James Steluer to .1 It Davit L.l.'..li
Entered for Reco
cord Jan' IfjtyflloijrV
a. to 10:30 a, rji
Joseidilno B ar'Nk
from 8:30 a. m
rotor jsanmio to Josephine H U'Nr.
inolc , , ,,,'. US
Mrs Jeuslo rcrnamloB to Jaclntho do"
C Itnldulit , ., , I.
Joaquin Diltrn to County of Maul. . . I,
ICst of A .ITnos by Trs to County of
Maul..., -. I,
l'fank Itobullo lo County of. Maul ,.L
i;si or joim fcrrcira ny tr to
Cminty of Maul
THR MATSON Navigation chnrtcrcd
frelghler Hyadini Is 'duo to nrrltu nt
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tint iiiiMiiuiii iiiiu i'uki: ouuiiu jKirts.
This vwo Is bringing down a largo
ami general cngo from tho niaiuland.
ACCOHDINf! TO Iho latest advices
received tlirou?h tha agency of H.
HackfeM & Co. tho Paclflo Mall liner
Korea, from San Frnnclcco. will not
nrrlvu nt Honolulu beforo Thursday
KVtfNINO HMXETIN, HONOLULU. T. I!.. MONDAY. JAN.- 10, 1010.
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TOWSE WILL TEST
Represented by Breckons
Who Admits Being
United States District Attorney It.
V. Ureckous. apit'iired be.'uio Police
Magistrate Aniiiado this morning us
reiresentlng Ktl Tonsc, too proprietor
of tho Mercantile Printing Conijony.
Towbo waa .attested under Section
1331, which applies to C101.0 persons
conducting rotul! lines of business In
tho City and County of Hnunlulti with
out having taken out a license for the
Tovee, wjio is In charge of the print
ing plant, proposes to make a test case
Ureckous tinted before Judgo An
ilrudc that ho repiesento. Towso In
tho mutter and hoforu loavlng tho
court room declared that ho believed
that. he could demonstrate lo the court
that Ihu city and county had no case
In tho present liibtnnco In that It war
n corporation doing hupluces with reg
ularly nominated imd elecllvo offlcors
nnd that while Towso waa president
and manager of tho concern Breckons
coyly admitted that ho was vlco-presl
dent of tho. printing business. Tho
caso will como up(beforo tho District
.Court YWiliicsiliiy morning.
AT THE HOTELS N
f'yAt the Uoynl Hawaiian hotel tho
following named gtiesta registered to
dny; Mr, aul Mrs. Alex, A. Diillachoy
of HIb'i Itlver, Albeita, Qanadn: W. J.
Clarborn ot Dl Paso. Tex.; Mr. nnd
MlB. Frank Taylor and maid of Seat
tle, Wash. Tho names of tho new w
llvuls ut tho Young nro as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. l Weber of I.lhuo
Kauai: W. A, Wright and .son; p. s.
Mntong of Kahukuj Otto Wlx of Ha
nalel. DESERTERS UNDER ARREST,
Two sailors belonging to tha crew
of the, German ship H. Hnckfeld havi
been placed under uriest, charged
with having lefused lo turn to nnd
perform the work nsulgued to tlioiu,
.The men woro booked nt poll
'iiuailcrs. HiIb afternoon, tho
of deseillou booked against tliem, '
C ... M
PARK THEATER BIO SHOWING.
The manager ot the I'rirk Thcnler
oied a success when lie ougnged
Waller Stanton mill Victoria Orvllla
for tlmt popular lilaco of entertain
metit. Stnnlon Is the world's great
est Imitator of birds nnd nnlinuli,
and ho will appear In nil uct which
jcven foots n real rooster Into be
lieving him ji counterpart of him
self and .thoy turn to nnd light It
out in rcnl gnni-.cock fashion. Mr.
Stnnlon brought nil London to Its
feet In this uct nt the. gieat Christ-
innH pantomime a year ngo. He la"
conceded to bo the greatest of tha
new attractions In the theatrical
world. This week he will appear only
as a humorlct Mid mimic, Introducing
comical character songs and Imita
tions. Miss Victoria Orvllle, who Is with
Mr. Stanton, Is one ot tho best sing
ers on the tnuslc-hnll stage In Great
Drltaln, and Is tbo acknowledged
"Queen of Song" In tho 'colonics,
Where she and Mr. Stanton frequent,
ly appeared by seclal cngagenipnt.
Owing to tho 'great expense attached
to engaging these artists, tho man
agement feels the necessity for mak
ing n slight advance In tho price ot
admission, n few of the rescrvcJ
Beats being sold at 25 cents. Olhei
wlsc, tho prices will continue the
Tonight, by special request, tin
great picture, "The Leopard Queen,
will be repeated. This Is one of
the most wonderful nature pictures
to be had. Tho Shoshone and Twin
b'alls of, Idaho will bo shown In col
ored pictures. This plcturo Is more
fascluatlng than tho famous Yellow
slono Park picture shown nt thl
place of amusement a few month
Tho singing' ot Miss Ualllon at Lie
l'mplrn Theater last Saturday even
ing won applauso from tho tlirsn
blg.iuudleuces. Miss Galllon's volco
Is ni sweet one thnt never falls to
affect the Nearer. During this week
sho will Blng some popular songs that
nro the more Interesting oh account
of the contrast with "Tho Holy
City," the song with which sho first
won ndmlrem lu Honolulu. Tha
stage Is. always appropriately set for
tho songs'Blif slugs.
'THE NEW DANCE HALL.
Therji is no dance at the Now
Dance Hall this evening, as the first
dance of the week Is given there on
Tuesday nights. During this week
the music that was furnished la it
week will be continued, ns It-proved
Tory popular. When you find IKni
la passing .slowly with you, attend
tills dnncennd tho dancing nnd the
company ls.,cei'tnln to rid you ot the
Following Is tho music ll program
for the Knimc Square concert this
March The Fairest of tho F.ilr.?ouaa
Overture Paragraph Thro-j ...8up.o
Intermezzo Klbses ,., Hiibbell
Selection The Martyrs . Donizetti
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. ar, by Borger
Selection Newly Weds ..... Uratton
Walt Jlelb; Ami Wehiler
March Powhatan's Daughter. .Souaa
The Star Spangled Dannor.
T- r- '
CASTOR I A
For. Infant i and Children.
.ha Kind You HaviAlwarsBMCul
Tho moving picture of the. Kllaucn
Volcano ' at tho Hawaiian Open
House acted as n great attraction
Saturday night, and the whole house
was Bold' to standing room. 'I he
criticism made thnt tho camera '.vas
held too lung on the night scene does
not coincide with the popular Idea,
us Eddlo Fernandez has been 'aid
sevoial times slnco that tho only ob
jection lo the plcturo was thnt it
(Ud not show the nlghf Bcone long
enough. Tho pictures ns a whole
wore' good, and the crowd went nway
satisfied that thoy had seen 'a great
sight without tho trouble of Journey
lug to the volcano, JOu account nt
thu many peoplo who could not sen
the pictures last Suturday night,
they may' be shown again -at some
llecaiiKo one Lum Chung la alleged
'o luivo sold tobaccos and other ar
ticles without having taken out a li
cense), lie was Jerked up by tho aiy
thoiltles. The Chlneso' was arraign
ed before .Judge Andrade thla morn
ing, but then declared that be had
complied with the law and had a li
censed He escaped with the pay
ment of three dollars as court cojts.
WHOSE WATCH IS THIS?
Chief McDuflle ot the local detec
tive htticuu has a gold watch lu his
possorslon that was found Saturdiy
night on Fort Btreet. The llmeplcca
U practlcnlly a neV one, and the
owner tan have .the same by culling
at the police station and proving
Bulletin Business Office Phone 896,
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CLEVELAND IS A
PaisetiRen Will View Sijrhti of Thli
City and Compare Noles Cleve
land Will Return Here Next
Tho Cleveland,! whlelj Is to nrrlvo
here on January 23,wlili u jiarty of
nround-tho-world tourists, Is tlie sis
ter sill), of tbo. Cincinnati, and Is
fitted up n n most luxurious man
ner. The accommodations fnf the
flrst-cubtn passengers aro situated
amidships and extend over tour
decks, viz., the cnloon, upper, bridge
and' promenade. They nro connected
by a grand nnd n Hinnllcr corn pa n
lonwny, and nlso by an electric pas
This floating pnlaco Is m: lied tiled
to arrive In Honolulu at C n. m. on '
Sundny, January 23, and will leave
on the following -day at 5 p. in. lor
SntU-Vanclsco. This will 'not bo the
last sight of her, however, as she Is
duo, hero from tho commercial mo-1
tropolis of California on February 12
at G n. m.. nnd will remain hero otio
day and eleven hours, on her second j
tour ot the world. I
The party visiting Honolulu un !
January 23 left New York on Octo
ber 18 of last your. During the In-'
torlm thoy have visited Madeira, (jlb-l
raltar, Naples, Port Suld, Cairo.
Suez, llombay, Calcutta. ' Hancoon.
Singapore, llatavla, I.abuan, Manila,
Hongkong, Nagasaki, Kobe, Yoko
hama. Uioii arrival in San Fran
Cisco those thnt are from Kastern
States will be carried overland to
their respective destinations.
Tho Cleveland Is a verltublo float
ing hotel. Judging fioni the many
separate public tuoms for the ac
commodation of passengers. On .io
promenade deck at the head of the
grand stlarcase Is a boelal hall or
lounge room, which Is a masterpiece
of the decorator's art. Luxurious
divans nnd chairs Invite appealing!',
nnd the whole atmosphere of tho
room, with its library of cnrefullv-
Belectcd volumes, breathes of luxury
Tho writing-room Is conveniently
near. The music and ladles' saloon
also provides delightful opportunity
tor entertainment nnd recreation.
Tho smoking-room is situated on the
nrtor end or the bridgo deck and con
nected with the music-room and
lounge by a beautifully-decorated
vestibule and covered passage. En
trances by staircase .for tho lower
desks and to the open-air promenade
and sheltered corners are convenient
The dining-room, extending tho
full width of the ship, has been ex
quisitely furnished. Small tables,
seating two, four or six persons, have
been provided, and ench table has
an electric tnblo Jamp with decora
tive lamp shade, making the room
one of the most pleasing ovvr seen
on n vessel.
In" addition to the public rooms,
thero are also a gymnasium, electric
light, baths, photographers' 'dark
room, book stull and information
The accommodations of tho second-cabin
passengers surpass any
thing ever provided before, as a
largo number of the rooms are "lo
cated amidships and a .comparison
with the first-class accommodations
of many ocean liners will not only
be favorable, but In some cases Bhow
a decided advantage.
Throughout all sections light ana
ventilation have been provided ac
cording to the most ndvnnced Ideas.
llio following will describe the size,
construction and technical equipment I
oi mis vessel. She Is C08 feat In j
longthj beam, 05 feet, nnd height
from water-lino to upper deck, 6a
feet. Sho Is equipped with twin
screws, and power Is oupplled by
two sein or aunurunle cxnanslmi mi.
gincs, which give this vessel a Bpeed '
of about 16 knots. For the safety,
of the vessel and Its passengers, all j
the latest appliances have been pro-j
vldod, Including nn automatic hv-
draulic system for closing the water?
tight doors separating the cloven
watertight compartments Into which
the hull Is subdivided; .automatic
fire extinguishers, Inter-conimunlcat.
Ing telephones, submarine signal syB
teni, wireless telegraphy.
The Cleveland Is built to carry 250
pastcngers n first cabin, 392 lu sec
ond, 49Mn third, und 20Ct in steor
nge, together with a crow number
ing 300, muklnga. total complement
of 3500 persons.
r Throughout .the present cruise,
which will cnd.,at San Francisco on
February 6, 190, the passengers had
an opportunity of spending seven
teon days In India! Side trips were
made to Darjee'llng,, Agra, Uonares,
Lucknow and Allahabad. Fifteen
days wore spent in tho Fowcry
Kingdom visiting such Waccs as
Osuko, Kioto and Toklo. Honolulu j
will be tho last port of call bofore I
dlsombnrkatlon takes place, nnd It'
win inueeii he pleasing to hear the
commeiitH, und comparisons mado by
these aiound-the-world tourists after
they have seen the beauties of our
own "Paradise of the Pacific."
To a Phlladelphlati has been grant
ed u patent on n machine, to pass to
bucco leaves In bundles under X-rnya
o kill tho BiinU Insects which In
EflllallMrillMIWMlIWB.HMWSMBSMiWyi KlvWIUMi" i i
Special Designs and Weaves in
" - Suitable for Suits and Skirts
34 hi. wide
SWEATERS for Ladies, Misses
The LONG COAT SWEATER,
WANTS TO LET
New York Mayer's Wife Is Enthusi
astic of th: Proposition of Grant
ing the Ballot to Women Mrs.
NKW YOIIK, December 2ft. Mrs.
William J. Oaynor, wlfo of the Mayor-elect,
avowed herself n suffra'
getto at the suffragette Itinchdou ten-.
tiered her nnd Mrs.. Anna llryco, sln-ter-ln-law
of the llrltlsh Ambassador,
(his noon by Mrs. Martin W. Little
ton, at her- homo. I
"I earnestly believe In the Juntlra
of this movement for women But-
frago," Bhe said. "There Is no rea- llieat Ilrllaln granted 28,598 pat
ton why a woman should not havo euts last year, 420 less than lu 1U07.
tho vote and every renBcin why sho Of tho total 145& were granted to
should. Everything should bo ddrio residents or other countries,, and 572
to" bring tho ballot to' women as to women, .
speedily as possible." V
As' Mrs. Oaynor. naturally very A woman's real secrets never aim
quiet, said this with n ring to tier up In her diary.
A Sensational Bargain In
Matchless values in the Grandest Display
of Dress Materials Honolulu has ever
Note the following' prices:
FANCY REP. PONGEES One of the most stylish ma
terials we show, Best and very lasting shades of Navy,
Nile, Sky Pink, 01dRosc, Fawn, Lavender and Copenha
gen; 30c yd. t -
STRIPED INDIAN HEAD; all shades; regular 25c;
we will sell at 17Vgc.
PLAIN INDIAN HEAD; all shades; regular 25c; dur
ing sale 1711,0. ,
MERCERIZED , PONGEE, in twelve distinct shades,
fast colon, 35c; regular price 41c.
POPLINS IN SATIN STRIPES Beautiful shades in
Pink, Light Blue, Copenhagen, Champagne, Olive Green,
Lilac and Old Apricot. Great values in this very fashion
able material. Worn by the ultra swell class; 30c yd.
LACE CURTAINS; new designs; great value; from
fiOo up per pair.
CURTAIN MATERIALS; latest designs; 25c to 75o
SCRIM; regular at 20c and 12'ac; 38 inches wide.
LADIES' RAOLANS, Rubberized, Pong6o and Satin;
reduced to $10, $11 and $12.50.
SILK PETTICOATS WON'T "CBACK TAFFETA in
many different shades ; $4.0.0 to $5.00.
LADIES' SKIRTS no duplicates; very much" up to '
date, and sold from $3.50 to $21.50. . t
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS; handsomely finished;
satin lined nnd plain and braid trimminor Sli.25. SIS.
$17.50, $22, $22.50, $20.50;
An early call -will convince you that our goods a"re
the best. "
L. B. KERR
. .M:-!:--...A .'i
voice, Mrs. O. 11. P. Ilolmont nppltiud
"There Is mi leason why n woman
wlio owns property should nut havo
n say lu the government or that pro
perty ns well as n man who owns
none." i-ontluued Mrs. Oaynor. "Nor
Is' thero nny reason why n working
woman without a husband slinuld bo
forced-to have no representation in
a government which regulates to considerable-
extent the terms of her em
ployment. It is dllllcult to conceive
of a" case whero a .voto would bo due
a man and not bo dut to n woman."
Marly nn artist who claims lo bo
wedded to his 'urt Is a grass widower.
reduced from $15. $20.
& CO., Ltd.
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