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"-rvvn nTnTTK WftVAT.fH I T.- IT,. TJII'TTSDAY, MATl. 31, 1910."
BE ON HAND FOR THE BIG
tomorrow (Friday Morning),
at 8 o'clock
' Ml 1 , i t
x mere is sure to oc a crana rusn, so oe on nana eariy
V to secure .the choice pieces.
This is a rare opportunity
. .value of your money; not an
Corner Fort and Beretania
It you' have any trouble
with deafness, no matter
of, how long standing,
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" INVITATION TO CITIZENS
..ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL MEALS
WILL OPEN FOR 'BUSINESS ON MARCH 31ST, 1910
We have enjrajred an EXPERT COOK, who has had lone experi
ence in this work in all the prominsnt hotels throughout this Territory,
controlling the kitchen work. It is our intention to gain a reputation
for improving the ORIENTAL MEALS and CHOP" SUEY business in this
All patrons are cordially invited to inspect our Culinary Establish
ment, which is very neat and clean.
THE HONOLULU CAFE,
NO. 79 HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT STREET
QET YOUR P0MPERNI0KEL AT THE PALM. BAKED
AFTER. THE GERMAN METHOD, AND IT'S GOOD.
HOTEL, NEAR UNION STREET
March Furniture Sale
J. H6pp & Co., 185 King St.
When we get your -wireless call for HELP,
.we will come to the rescue with good old
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s IROM HNANCIAl SHIPWRECK
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Streets Onoosite Fire Station
Brown & Lyon
Hawaiian News Co.
HEIll.lN', Mar. 30. Former President Moosevelt g to bo enter
tained here as the 'personal guest of the Kmperor, -In n manner unprec
edented In royal 'entertaining. He
lor wiree- unys, anu win. uw Kiven iucceueiice in mi mu ruyni lunciiun?
over whatever princes may be nt the court.
That such precedence should lie given nn untitled person, with no
claim' tir royalty, Is something altogether new, and the announcement
that such will bo tlio rule has created a great sensation In court cir
cles. Koynl honors will he given Colonel Koosevelt, and there will be
a scries of military reviews' and demonstrations In his honor.
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COAL MINERS MAY STRIKE TODAY.
IMTTSUUlta, Pa., Mar. 30. One hundred and fifty thousand min
ers, .employes of the bituminous coal mines of several States, go out on
strike tomorrow morning, making their walkout one of the greatest In
point of numbers that has ever taken place. The strike will tie up
the entire bituminous coal minim; Industry of the country, and, It U
predicted, unless, Interference brings about n speedy appeal of the mat-,
ter In dispute to arbitration, will bo both lengthy and bitter. The men
demand a general Increase In wages, based on the Increased cost ut
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NEW YORK TO LONDON THROUGH THE AIR.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 3D. A line of Zeppelin airships, to ply
between New York and London, .(lying via Peking and tiering Strait, l
being seriously proposed. A. Hrodbeck, president of the Aero Club of
Utah, Is responsible for the suggestion, and be' has already taken uu
the matter of transporting mall matter over tho proposed route. It)
declares that he is now negotiating with Count Zeppelin for the con
struction of a number of dirigibles.
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FATE "OF JAPANESE SPIES.
WASHINGTON, U. C Mar. 30. Officials of the Wnr Department aro
now studying up on Philippine law In order to determine what punish
niotit may be meted out to Japanese spies caught on Federal reserva
tions in the Islands. Three alleged spies, caught taking observations
of Corregldor formications, with their notebooks affording proof of
their actions, nro held by the military authorities In Manila, awaiting
instructions from here.
FOR ART'S SAKE
Young Student Who Cut Millet
Painting From' Frame in Golden
nit Tarlr Mmfnm Wrririril to !
The 110,000 painting by Jean
Francois' Millet stolen from the
Golden Gate Park museum Sunday
morning was' recovered In the room
of William Kunze, an art student
j nnd painter, yesterday afternoon,
UayB the Cull of March 1C. It was
'given Into the keeping of the prop
erty clerk at the city prison, and
Kunze, who lived at 38G3 Eight
eenth street, was lodged In a cell to
answer to a charge of grand' larceny.
The prisoner said yesterday that
he had not committed a (heft In cut
ting the picture from Its frame and
carrying it to his room. He but
eloped with his sweetheart. Art. He
fell in love with the painting, vis
ited It day after day, drawn to the
museum by the Irresistible charm of
Its -beauty, and at last, unable to
resist the desire to take It to him
self, to have It with hi in as a con
tinual inspiration, he slashed It
from the frame, burning with nn ex
ultntlon that he himself could not
describe, hugged It to his heart and
slipped away to' his room.
Gazing at Picture.
When Detective Ed Wren of the
pollco and J. C. Mclnbrcss, assist
ant superintendent of the' Pinker
ton detective agency, found him he
was sitting enraptured before the
masterpiece, and on the tablo near
him were two half-flnlshed copies he
had made of It.
"You jhave come for my Millet,"
Kunze sqld to them, In despair.
"Take it; and now I do not' care
what you do with me. Take It,
'The Shepherd and His Flock'; It has
delighted me for three days, and per
haps bo beautiful a thing I could not
hope the fateB would grant for-tong
I have worked night and day sketch
ing the painting, copying its colors
as best I could, attempting to se
cure Its technique and wondrous at'
biosphere. A few hours 'more and 1
would have done It."
Kunze has the appearance of a
dreamer, an esthete. He is not per
turbed over his arrest, but seems to
feel' that his motive In taking tSx
picture, which constitutes sufficient
excuse to him,' also exonerates him
In the opinion of everyone.
"I had no confederate in the theft
of the Millet. Day after day I stud
led the picture In the museum, and
finally, Sunday, It occurred to me to
cut It from the frame and take It
home. No one was In the museum
when the Idea came to me, and I put
It Into execution. I stepped under
the rail, possessed myself of the
painting with a few strokes of my
knife and walked from the building
with the -precious canvas under niy
coat. That Is all."
San Francisco was jonce before
the center of a picture-stealing sen
sation. About thirty years ago the
high-priced picture "Elalnu" was
cut from its frame In the same man
ner as was this Millet.
In this former attempt the act
was for gain alone, and not through
a'ny lovo for art. N
Many prominent party bosses
have shown much more of a genlua
for blufiderlng than for leadership.
Time and again they go wrong stu
pidly, whero even a wayfaring voter
would have sense enough Jo tnke tliu
right course, Troy Press.'
will be the guest, of the Kmperor
DYING OF LEPROSY
Well Known Here Among the Af
flicted on Molokai Was Assist
ing Father Damien in His
CHICAGO, Mlirch 20. Uov. Lambert
Louis Conrardy Is dying of leprosy
among tho .lepers near Canton, China.
Even he frelnds of tho priest In nil v
will ni'prvclato .tho pathos of this sim
ple announcement, which reached Chi
i.tgo today. They know that Father
Conrardy had no fear of death even
by leprosy. They know that" he chore
his task and went nwny tr carry It out.
Mvare that. htrfwouUl probably die of
he disease. Ho first went to a leper
colony moro than 20 years ago. It Isj
not Known wncn, no conirHcu.-u uu
disease. The tragedy Is found In his despair
ing tense of failure with success with
n hfs grasp, expressed In a letter writ
ten by him n few months ago, when ho
felt the malady creeping upon him and
found himself physically unable to fight
thq battlo buforo'hlm.
Anguish Over His Illness.
"1 um not won," wroto rather con
rardy, "but hnpo that God will glvu
mo a few years more to work among
"I havo begun well; It would liuciuy
uow to goahcad If I can live only flvn
"It I was only 40 years old; then I
feared no ono and nothing."
Father Conrardy was born In Del
glum In 1S41 and was educated for tho
missionary priesthood in Paris, .being
ordained In 18C7. Ho spent sevon years
ns a mlsslonnry In India and then canio
to the United States to labor In tho
name capacity among tho Indian tribes
of tho northwest.
In 1888 hu read of the illness of
Father Damien, tho young Delglan
priest whose life and death In tho
leper colony of Molokai evoked Robert
Louis Stevensons famous letter.
Volunteer for the Work.
Ho wroto and asked If he. could boot
nsslstanctt, and on receiving an affirm
ative reply salted at onci for Hawaii.
Ho wag Father Damlen's companion
tor a year, and after the lattcr's death
continued his work for, seven years.
Tho American occupation and the
supiort of tho colony by the State
madu Individual sacrifice no longer es
sential, 'so ho set out for Canton,
China, where ho hail heard that tho
lepers were neglected.
Ho found conditions worse than ho
had Imagined, Thousands of lopcrs
lived in huts In graveyards on scant
fare and cared for by no one. He de
cided that a knowledgo of medicine
would be necessary to carry out tho
work, and so returned to Portland!
Oro where ho took a Degree after four
years' study nt a medical collego,
Money Spent on Victims.
He then went to China and took up
his work there.-MJo soon found, how
over, that he could accomplish nothing
without money, and money ho cou'd
not gut. Ho went home to Delglum,
but after two years Inactivity, at the
ago of 6C years, ho caina to tho United
States, determined to raise the neces
sary money and launch a mission for
the Chinese lepers. In two years he
had raised $30 000 and set out for Can-
I ton. Ho spoko several times Iff CM-
-That was about n year ag'i. He
bought an Island In the river CO mllus
from Canton. tiiinnxr'eil there S"0
lepers and built them shelters. TIM
took M 000 of his money and from tho
remainder he had an Income of 100O
M BULLETINA08 PAY -
The Prices are moderate
OLD BAY BUM
BLEW OUT THE GAS
(Special to tho Hullo tin.))
WASHINGTON, March 18. Nearly
a hundred years ago, Day Hum, a Chip
pewa Indian, was born' In what js now
Minnesota, and on March 4 Day Hutu,
who enmo to Washington the. lay be
fore with several companions to so.
euro some additional land from tho
government, was found dead In his bed
at u boarding house on Four-nnd-a-hulf
street, siiflorutcil by Illiiinlnnllut! gas.
Dcsldes him was his ncphow, A-NI, al
so dead. A gas Jet was. turned on full
cock nnd the dour nnd windows weru
closed, and It was (hu old story the
gas had been blown out. ICIIIier Hay
Hum -or his nephow, who was more
than sixty years old, luid blown It
Day Hum, whoso full. panic was liny
Until Mohsli-Skung and who at into
1 1 mo was ii big chief among the Chip
pawas, riinio hero In I860 to sign u
treaty. At that time the boarding
house ho stationed nt burned kerosene.
In tho largo rooms and candles in tho
bedrooms, und gas was therefore u
new one nn Day Hum nnd his nuphvw,
whom) full name wus A-NI-Wuy-Way
Day Hum and A-NI. with two other
Indians and an Interpreter, arrived at
tho Union station tho day befont tils
death, and Immediately went to tho
Capljol tn see Sunutor Clapp. Tliu
Senator wus busy and could not sco
tho lied men, but nn engagement wns
mado for Iho next morning: All flvo
Indluns in tliu walked down the ave
nue to the hoarding house on Four
and-a-half street, just oft the avenue
which has made a specialty of putting
up Indians fo.r nearly three-quarters of
a century,' Day Hum and A-NI worn
assigned a room together, quo of Uu
other Indians left them about eight
o'clock, smoking their pipes. Tliu next
morning when ttio interpreter and tho
Indians' companions went to tho room
of the old chief and his nephew oven
their Indian stolidity was startled by
tho sight that" met tliolr eyes. Hay
Hum, who only removed his shoes ami
cout before retiring, was lying on the
bed, nnd tho younger niun was lying
ncnjss his lower limbs, showing that
he had mado boiiiu kind of struggle us
ho 'W.ib being- asphyxiated. The r
mnins of the Indians were sent to
Mlnnesutu at the oxpenso of the gov.
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Recorded Mar, 19, 1810.
W II Hatbottlo by Atty to M Shlgo
tn; It P 1228. Kul 8316, Ap 1 and pa
laud near Ilobello Lane, Honolulu. 15
yra nt $170 per yr. II 323, p 342, Mar
Lllluokalanl (widow) to Henry Wn-
New York Style Show
Today's Correct Clothes
for Men and Youilg :
Men ' "V
BUY Clothes made by a housfe
of reputation and. so be sure
you are getting best values.
, Made in New York for us by
Alfred Benjamin & Co., have been
approved by critics 'of Style and
Quality for a third of a century.
Sold exclusively at the
New York Fashion Centre
ilsssssssssW' BBriH BriBilsssssssssV M Br k
terliouso Trust Co Ltd; P ; GwiCrnl
powers, ii 331, p zvti. .Miir n, iuiu.
Kllzabeth F .Mousurriit and hsh (W
.T) to Harry T Mills; D;' Lots 3 and
4, Hlk 3Z, rents etc Knlniiikl Tract,
Honolulu. $800. irn:, p 10(1. Mar
Martin l.'llnrtm.iu nnd ,wf In -Mary
Abel; I): 1 30-100 A of'll l 19t5. Kill
387, Mctcalf and liocky Hill Sts und
Seu View Avi'iiue. Honolulu. S1SU0. II
332. p 107. Mar 18, 1910'.
Y Akluu to Hawaii Fishing Co Ltd;
D S; Int In gnsulluo fishing boat, Kin
Ho Mam. SI80. 11 .131? p 2 To. Mar
16. 1I0. '
Francisco Deulz and wf et ill In Ar
thur I. (Ircrffwvll; D; I. P 620U nnd
por it P 4497. Kill 8359. Knlamnkn
wnll etc. S Konn. Hawaii. S2u0. 11
332, p 105. Jim 14, 1910.
J Kclllknnnluiolo and wf in .1 1 Kn
kimhi; I); S 2-10 A or I, P 2492. Klola
kank Kail. Hawaii, S24. II 328, p 328.
Mnr 15, 1910.
John K Kealolm in Aloun; I.: por
Kul 11101 ami hldgK, Wolpto, llama
kua, Hawaii. 10 yrs nt $25 per yr, D
323. p 315. Mar 5. 1910.
Frank O dn ltosa In .lose C da Mor
gado ami wf; Hel; IM 58, Or 4757.
Knlwikl ltd S llllo. Hawaii. $250. 11
329. p 329. Fob 25. 1910.
Henrietta 0 (lurnry -mil hsh to llllo
Ilaltroad Cu; 1): Lots 5 and Ii, l'uneo
Lots. S llllo. Hawaii. $3750. I) 332,
p 109. Mar K,, 1910.
Malaloha and wf to llllo Hnllrnad
Co; I); or Lot 0 Patent 3833 and
por Lot 7 Patent 3943. Knlelo Home
stead. H llllo, Hawaii. $200, II 332,
p 111. Mnr 1G, 1910.
I P Kujilbo and wf to W IlobcrtMin;
flit In por Gr 383, Kulniui, Hamnkiia-
loa Maul. $78. II .328. p 329. Mnr
Blmeonu Kalnlll and wf to David I.
Dosha; D! 1-2 Int In Grs 1392 mid
2202 and It P Gr 1233. Kauniiihann
etc. Ilonuuiila. tyaul. $1 etc. II 332.
p 112. Mur 18, 1910.
T1l Rllltil nil.l Mni,f-litf,ri it lnl.
time Provinces celebrated St. Patrick's
is such a piece of tine and
delicate machinery' that in
order to' keep the correct
time it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker,
Our Watch-Bepair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
j. A. R. Vieira
PHONE 512. 113 HOTEL ST.
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