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RVKNINQ nULMTTIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. FRIDAY. JAN. 2
For Lovers of Beautiful Goods
Entire, Stock of Mrs. J. Rosenberg
I Consisting of HAND-MADK EMBROIDERIES, SHIRT
WAISTS and NOVELTIES of all kinds will be sold at a
great sacrifice. Prices absolutely slashed right and left, and
the bargains are the biggest ever offered in Honolulu.
Sale now going on, and continues only until
Saturday, January 29.
MRS. J. ROSENBERG,
Rooms 9 and 10 - - ' Alexander Young Bid.
General Wcod, The Present Choice For
Chief Of The Army, And Mrs. Wood
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FAR EAST PAPERS
! SAY IMPRACTICABLE
Russia Thinks nn Insistence of Neu
tralization Would Brir- on War
Not Prenared to Support the
Demand With Arms.
Vnnhlnstnn. Dec. . Tlio nnnoiinccinpiit Iiitp that Major-Ocnurnl Liounii) V.'ood, commnnilcr of tlio ilppartincnt
of the emtt, 1b rrol'l'nt TaffB choice for chief nf Iiiff)f the army'tn mircccil nrlKiullvrRoncrnl .1. ' Kranklln Hell
whntp rlcfall Ih nonn to uX)lro linn cuiisoil no end of talk In unity circles. When ho iixmhiioh IiIh cxultcil ikwI (Jen
era) Wood will haro eHtalillxhed nn almoxl nnpitrallelcd recoid for uplil proiuotlon. In twelve yenra ho will huvo
rlfen front assistant mircii with the rank of captain to tlio head of tho army. Hero la General Wood'B record:
Jiiikj, 1881, graduated front Harvard Moillcnl HcIhkiI; In 188fi nppdntcd front tlvll llfo to nontenant and anoint
ant HiirRPon II. S. A.J .lunnary, 1891, proinr.tml to cjitnln and iiBHlxtattt BitrKeonj May, IRHS, iipintnted colonol of
tho KlrHt cm ill i y, United Htntl-H vitliui leers, known aa the iourIi tldera; July 8, JS'JS, inotnoted to bo litlK'tdler-Kun-Neral
for FcnlreB at l.aa nnaBlniaa and 8an Juan Hill; Dec. 7, H'J8, piomoted to lio inaJorRencral, United StateB
nlunteorn; April in, 1808, Itonoraltly dlBtharRed from tlio voimtePra iirRnnlretl to meet tho emetRCiicy of lha
Bpanldi-Amcrlran war anil tho Biimo day reapoliited to tho apctlal orRan'lralloii of olniitccrB nccealtnt;d Ity'tho
I'hlllpplno uprlHliiK hb a lirlRidlur-Rontral: Dec. 0. 18'J9rniado niaJor'Rcneral of nlnntccrn; Ttli, I, 1901, appointed
brlgadler-Reneral, U. S. A.; Auk. 8, 1903, appointed inaJoi-Kcnerul. U. 8. A.
ft GARFIELD STANDS
, j UP FOR PINCH0T
if eayj.limi iuuinij nu iiuaw vnt ii
lis atn aunr)oncrs ror nauunui
QI.EVK1.ANI), January 11. Jnmea
It. Oaflluld willliiK oer IiIb own bIr
iinttiro In a local newspaper, today re
Rteta tho 1UiiiIbb.iI tif Chief Knrentor
Olfford IMnchol by I'nishlent Taft.bttt
dicIaicH tho dlKmlDBal only an Incident
In n Ioiir battle for tho I'cjptlon of
Hootovelt polldeH. The forntcr Secre
tary of thy Interior' vjrllch In pait:
"I cannot forbear a rsonul expies
blon roRaidltiR tho ItoroeveU pollclcB.
It Ih because one of (lip nicn wlftihave
stood liPareat Koosoet In (he woik
Iiir out of those iKillrlot, tins only re
cently left public llfo, I tcfer to Olf
"Thero Ih no man In our country to
day who has done tnorefoi equality
nf rii)4irluiill, for InVriiliH of tho
' Brent lilltRHerf of tho penplo of this
,cotintry, foytho flslilvngnlnat special
prlvlkKC, mid his Bcpurntlon fiotu
tho public surlce la ono of tlio Rreut
ert hisses thai w fiao uulTcrcil,
"Hut, foituuutely, It does not mean
that his woik lor every ono of these
IKillcles will teasel In any pirtlculnr.
It merely means that It will bo douo
in another way; that bo and tho rest
of the eoplo who haui Joined in tlin
II Uli t for lanjIiiR on the HiHiacNolt
pollcloH aro cnRaKf!l in a flRht whlph
1 not for today, or ono jeur, or two
jcara, but foi RcnctatloiiM to tnnie.
"Tlio policies that weio Initialed aro
the ixillcles that must control If wo
aio to bo what this natlo.t our1i( to bo
In tho fntiiio,"
Wireless to furnish
ocean weather map
Chief Willie Moore Advocates Central
Station to Which All Vctiels
station that tlmll lino romiildo pow
er ocr tho Atlantic ocean to deter
mine when hbbcIs in certain posi
tions fhiill head, and when they t)iall
koep ipikt, It will he it,llile to R"t
a weather map of tho ocein and to
talk and ttansnilt mcssiiRet, from any
part of tho ocean."
Chief WIIIIh I.. Mootu of the United
Stales Wenthd llureati and piesldent
of tlio National (JeoRraphle Hocloty
today made (his statement to tho
linitbo lomplltio on iiRilcultiito,
"It will homo tlmu liu possible," ho
aildid, "to tnako a weather map for
commeicial use that cssils can avoid
tdornis, wluu all mshcIs of a certain
tia uiu eiiuipied with itutrumcuts
mid imder Inteiiuitloii il iiKreemeut
that nhall compel each cK'l In re
tele and liiinsuiit obserwilinns fiom
TOKIO (Japan), January
tlivuRlt InslatlnR on tho lcjtctloti or
tho proitosal 'of tho American Secre
tary .of btnto for tho neutralization .
tho lallwaya In Manchuria, tho now s
papcrs aro now more moderate, In
.their comment. Japan, It 1b ilcrldicil.
tins sounded ltiiKkiti and lias been In
formed that neutralisation will not bo
I accepted either as to completed or
1 projected railways. Tlio Kokttmln
1 Shlnibtin usi-ertB that II U unnecessary
to discuss tho proposal seriously, as it
is absolutely' Impracticable. It ba)o
tho consent of KuslI.i and Jnpan can
not bo obtained, ami denies t lint tho
i action taken by tlio United States wa
ItistlRated from outride, declaring lluit
America madv tlio sugRestlou on ilJ
I In an interview Kmbasaalor O'ilricn
'declared that If the proposal was tin-
welcome to any of the thfeo'iiowers
cblelly conc-Ti'fcd notltlnt; com i emu
of urRtiiR It, and that pressuio wits
France Loyal to Russia.
i'AIUS, Jnnuary 11. Kraucvi's iiml
lion rchitho to tho proposition of tho'
United Slates for tho neutralization
of Ihu .Mnutliurlan rallnas was de
fined bciiiI ortlclally today as follows:
i "Franco has no political Inteiest lit
tlio queiitlon oxcupt to rem tin loal to j
her all), llusslu, and to do nothing
which might offend, flrrat Itrltiln and I
Japan. When those three powetH huo
reached an aRrecmcnt Franco will fol
low In their wako. If Irtcr an Inter
national financial sndlcttq Is formed
Franco will participate on tho condl
i Hon .that alio Is admitted on a b ii;Ih of
itliholiite cnnallty with tho most fa-
! ored n'ntlons.
I Tho TemiwHn Mb lo3iib ttnliy, lit tl
mates It iioshcsixgi Informal Ion thow
ln that Secretary Knox's proposition
for tho ncutrallzation'of tho Manclittr-,
j Ian rallwa)H was net an Identical nolo',
j to the (towers, but that It Mirlcd at,
I different capitals, notably ut St, To- j
tersbur,; .. i
I How Knox Went to Work.
I It Is learned that befoio submitting
tho nolo, which consists of two
' separata propositions flrtt, China's
ro-purchaso of tho Mancliurlaii roads
I through meatus of nn International
I financial sjndlcato and, second, Inter
I national support for tho construction
or tho Chin Chou Fu Tsitslkliar rail
j toad the United States recurod tho
adhesion in jrlnclple or Oioat fliltaln
land China without, however,, their
definite acceptance of the plan.
' It Is believed tho second part of tho
nien-orandiim has thu better chance or
hiiccsH mid II Is assumed the United
StRtes flRtireii ir this Is ncceptcd 11
eventually will entail tho acceptance
or ll-H fltst pait nf tho theory that tho
Junction Of two parallel lotds will
piove necessary sooner or later.
Tho Associated Tress is Informed
that the Kurt pean press ih wrong iti
emphasizing tho political tide of tho
American proiornls, which aro do
scribed hero nt tho outcome of it long
friendly cnnilucrntion or all Interests
concerned and Is In no way directed
Tl.o Temps rIvcb as tho language or
tho te "to placo tho Mancliurlaii mil
roadB tinder an economic, scientific
and Impartial admlnlt.trntion."
Long Delay May Result.
The pnper declares that tho Cbtn-Chow-IM
concetHlon, obtained by Wll
lard I). Straight, American Consul
(Icncrnl nt Muiikden. and the Ilrltlsh
rcprctcntatlvcB was gianttsl by tho
Viceroy at Manchuria, but was never
sanctioned by (ho Peking government,
and that, lliorerotc, It la of duubtrul
lcgallt)V' i ,
After BiiggCBllng that tlio American
propositions might bo tho outgrowth
of the closer relation that his sprung
up between Kttssln nnd Iho United
8tntcs Klnce Toll's llt to St. Peters
burg, the Temps insists that the whole
question is too complicated to expect
an early solution.
"It conform? with tho nationalist
ollcy or China," sitja tho Temps, "but
flippantly dlsrCRaids Japjn's success
and leaves ltussln to choose between
rivalry and an entente with Jnpnii
ami, involves (ho Angln-Jnpaticsu and
tho Franco-Russian ' alliances. Who
knows and vv do not announce this
hypothesis llghtl) wholhcr Japaji
may not present a counter-proposition
for tho Internationalization of all the
existing Chinese rohds, Herman, Kn
gllsh, Ficnch, Ilclglan and Russian?
Tho hlRhcst Japaneso itnclals have al
ready considered this project nnd It Is
not necessnry to cmplirnlze its iin
porlnnce.to nil the powen."
Russian Secret Paper.
ST, I'KTI'tlSllUllO, Jniitiarj 11.
Tho Hubs today prlntti n iccrct nielli
nrnndum, presented h Minister of Fi
nance KnkovsolT to the Cabinet before
his trip In th. Far I.'ixt whldi anllel
paled the Al.lt rlcm ir-iipoxnl for the
nciilrallzallou or tho Miin liurl.in rnll-
DlirurBliiR Iho Chine nrfl('iisloii;i
to Ihn ndmlulstrallrn of the rallronl
zone, which ho believed to ha unjust
. M. Kokovsoffg mid: "If nn Inslstenca
I on t.ur conditions Is lmpovilhlo without
m rhiklng n wnr. mid wo nre not pronir
I1 At-1 ,, . trl , ,,,, flllH .,,,,. ...
., ... r..M,, ..it, iiL'I'l'llllll ,11111 ,111111,
then tho sole tolulloii nppears lo be
tlio llqiild'ttlnu of our concession after
the oxplintlon of"lho term of our toji.
tract and Iho completion of tho Amur
Tlio Minister's leforeiiro to tho e
plratlmt of Ilia loini of contract Is
to tlio dale 1912. when Chlnt will have
tho right to purrhaso.
Continuing. M. KokovsofT said:
"Under thosu clrcumslnntes. thu luiut
Bitlsfaclory Issun nf the difficult rela
tions between Itusiln and fltliri would
bo tho trannrcr or Iho administration
of tho KihI (Milneso railroad to a apo
dal InlorhatlouHl oiginlzallnii, cncli
nation taking over n pirt or our In
vested capital and u coiiespunillug
share or the guaranteed revenues. The
dstn of liquidation must depend iiihiii
(he construction of Iho Amur railway,
iib otherwise Frlmorskaja province
will lip cut off fmni Hnisl t."
NEW CHINESE MINISTER NOW IN
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
Remnants of WASH GOODS,
SILKS, and Woollens will be
placed on sale.
Is the Wood Pile Getting Low?
YOU'LL riND THE BEST TLACE TO BUY WOOD IS
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WrrAtH? YAY7HNS t ,
Washington, Dec. .Chang Yin
Tang, (he now Chinese minister, has
arilvcd heio nnd taken u haudsoiuu
resldcncu In thu fashionable, l)ti l'ont
circle. Ills lotlntio will utitshluo that
of any Chinese envoy to this country
lu caiB. Tho now Chinese legation
building vvau loady f'r'occupancy
on Now Year's duy, Mr. Tang mot
his predecessor, Wu Ting Fang, imme
diately on his arrival, i.ud tho two
illbcushcd thu CUIiict o situation ut
length. Dr. Wu will leuvo for Kuropo
in u few dajs and will spend beveiul
months n thu unions capitals befoio
returning to I'okln.
FRICTION BETWEEN CHINA
AND JAPAN IS GROWING:
I'KKlNd, Jon, 8. A dlsagiceniont
between Japan and China has arisen
over tho subject or Korean linmlgia
tlon into Chlntun, Tho Intended
opening of liunchiian, Manchuria,
St and also (ho markets of Cltiutao to
SS. iutornatlouiil trado has been dolaycdt
by tio dispute us to H19 tariff to bo
lollccted, 1 '
M, Kokovosoff, Htisslan Minister
or Flnnnte, has notlded tho Chlneso
(nveinment that Russia stands
Closing Out Some of Our Lines
Worth of Merchandise to be Slaughtered
Regardless of Cost
The Greatest Sale of DRY
GOODS, MILLINERY, CLOTH
ING, FURNISHING GOODS,
SHOES, etc., ever held in Hono
lulu. 15 Cases of Goods
received per s.s. "Korea'Xwill1 be
included in the sale.
Don't fail to follow the crowd.
For further particulars see our
WASIIINfrrfJN. Januaty S "SVIicn
nil the nntlons of Iho earth ngrrn
miipii tho cenlial, milociatlc ulrclestn fatmei's wire,'
XX changes or address and stops XX
"I have to woik llku 11 slave" pin- XX should ho sent or telephoneil lo XX
toted the 111 Hi olllte bov XX the biislneaa ofliie. II u 1 1 u 1 1 n SS
"Unit! Ylu.lV nothing," lejolued " business plume 21(1, SS
nlllco boy No. 2, "I have to woik ll,o XX j(
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mouth which glvlo her u special tat
Iff into at the ports In question,
IJutn, thu Japanese Minister to
China, has now ofllilnlly nodded
China that Japan rlalms'rqtinl i(rIiU
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