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NEW LINGERIE DRESSES A very large assortment
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HOMK, Apr. 3. Colonel Roosevelt, who arrived here today fioni
Naples, nml who wan given royal honors oil his arrival, has created n
tremendous sunsatlon by refusing t0 accept an Invitation to an audi
ence with IIU Holiness Pope 1'ltis X. IIU refusal to accept an audience
Is moro direct than that of former Vice-President Fairbanks, whom the
Pope refused to receive If he attended and addressed the ttomnn Meth
odist congregation. Fairbanks, tho Pope declined to see; Roosevelt hnt
declined to see tho Pope.
- When tho arrangements for the various receptions and functions In
honor of the great American were being made, It was arranged that an
audience at the Vatican would bo held, the Pppn signifying his readi
ness to meet the former President of the United States. The details of
tho arrangements were lnld before Colonel Itoosevclt, It being announced
that the Vatican desired to attach cortnlii' conditions to the granting ot
the audience. Colonel Roosevelt then abruptly declared his Intention of
declining the honor of uti audience If any conditions at all were to be
II was Intimated from the Vatican that If rtoosevelt would acrce
not to visit the Methodist community, nil would bo well. At this sug
gestion, Itoosevclt announced that the Incident wns a closed one and
that hu would nor' listen to any further suggestions In the matter a'
all, his mind helng made up not to attend or request an audience.
This matter has created a profound Impression throughout Europe.
NEW YORK, Apr. 3. Tho report from Homo of a rupture between
the Vatican and Colonel Roosevelt has created the greatest Interest here,
especially In Roman Catholic circles, A prominent bishop, in an Inter
view la'st night, stntcd that he feared the refusal of the Pope to -grant
nu audlct.cn to the former President, except under conditions, vI1I-1jo
rcgaided throughout America as an affront to. the nation. '
WILL SEND FOR COOK RECORDS. " -
NEW YORK, AuQ 3. The Cook-Peary controversy was revived by
an announcement made hero tonight that a fund of ll'S.OOO ha
been raised to pay tho expenses of getting proofs of Dr. Cook's discovery
of the North Pole. The announcement of the raising ot this big Noun,
showing substantial confidence In Cook, shows that his backers still have
I'onlli'ltii'e In his claim that he went to tho Pole.
Caplaln (Khun, one of, Dr. Cook's warmest supporters, announce!
inlay that the $17li,uii0 already nlsed for thu purposo of proving Dr.
Cook's claims Is hut a part of thu fund ultimately to bo raised. The
caplaln says that It will he eventually shown that Cook got to the Pole.
Dr. Conk Is almost broken In health. Ills wife, who is with him In
South America, wis that tho work o meeting charges of faking, to
gether with tho strenuous work he has done ns an explorer, have al
most prostrated him.
In vlew-of the big subscription nlready In sight for the discovery
in aid Conk to prove that he reached the Polo, It Is generally expected
that an expedition will be sent to get thu proofs which Cook sas he left
behind In thu Far North.
RUSSIA TO REORGANIZE WAR FOOTING.
ST. PliruitfllUTlU), Apr. a. It was announced today tljat the gov
ernment pioposes to engage upon a ust jhteni of national defense.
The sum utriGifi.OOQ.noo is to ho spent on tho work, according to the
plans beng laid out.
The hill pioviden for a romplo'.e reorganization of the national defenses,-
EXPLORING BALLOON LOST.
8TBTTIN, Apr. 3. Tho German balloon Pommcrn has met with
disaster, and Us wreck is now. sunk somewhere. Ill the llaltlc, Thi
tlueo paMungers, one of whom was Hcrr Del Ilruck, n leader among
the Radicals of the Reichstag, are Ipst.
LONGDISTANCE WIRELESS TEST.
NAUI.BN, Prussia, Apr, 3. The wireless station here today cstab
llshed n wireless record of four thousand miles. Tho station was able
yesterday to scud and lecelve messages over a distance of four thou
TONIGHT, "THE LION
AND THE MOUSE"
If you nre Interested In politics and
finance, you will enjoy tho perform
unco tonight or Tho Henry McRao Co.
In Chas, Klein's great play, "Tho I.lon
and Thu Mouse." Imagine If you can
a play with tho leading character "Tho
I.ton " taken from what is said to bo
tho life hlstor ot John I). Rockefeller
t LAURA HUCSON
with his power of money and Influ
ence working against tho daughter of
a Federal Judge who he hus ruined,
who Is making nu ondeavor to restore
her father to iKisltlon and Influencu
that ho held beforo "Tho Lion" sot
about to ruin him. Picture to yourself
tho girl's fight against such a com
bination "of money, and you havo one
little thread of tho story of "Tho Lion
and The Mouse." Wrapped around this
struggle for right Is u pretty love story
between tho girl ami the son of tin.
"Money King," making (ho btory com
pleto with love and pathos, wilttun ns
only Chas. Klolu can write. In short a
play for the musses, Thu Mcltao com
puny will hu seen to goo,! ndvuntugo In
this play and a performance out of the
01 dlnaiy will bo tho result. Mr. I.ouln
MoriUou will ho seen as "John llydur "
known ns "Tho I.lon," and Miss Hud-
sou will bo cist for the port of Hhlrloj
. Itosviuoro, "The Muiibu." The leiftulml
ur uf tho company will enjoy good
parts. Special .attention has been glv-
len to thu scenery ami a Mcllno pro-
llllCl'UM will hu lilU'll.
TOO MM BOATS
Ilccnuso Major Maglnnts, a promt
Inent resident ot tho Statu of Montana,
met with nn unpleasant oxperienco at
tho hands of a hooking clerk connected
with tho Canadian-Australian Steam
ship agency, ho Is reputed, beforo salt
ing for San Francisco on tho China, as
coming out strongly for a suspension
ot tho coaBtwlso shipping laws.
Major Mnglnnls was accompanied by
his wife Ho ulleges that an attempt
wus made at tho "Ilrltlsh steamship
agency to assign himself und wlfo to
separate staterooms, which feature
proved decidedly objectionable.
Major Maglnnls apparently over
looked thu departure of a number of
largo traus-Puclflc liners llylng tho
American flag which havo sailed out
of Honolulu bound for tho coast with
in thu past four or five weeks, theso
vessels leaving hero with empty fctato
rooms and suites.
Major Maglnnls could havo taken his
choice of several s'camers of far larg
er tounngo than either tho Australian
osscl or thu Pacific Mall liner China.
Tho Oceanic steamer Alameda has
not made u trip to San Francisco with
in tho past two months but that any
whero from four lo a dozen empty or
half-filled cabins wero available for
It would uppoar that Major Magln
nls' complaint Is solely against tho
manner In which ho was treated by
thu shlpplhg clerk in charge of tho
Maraina hooking and not against tho
piovullliiK laws which compel passen
gers between two American porta to
travel upon vessels llylng tho Amuil
New York Style Show
Today's Correct Clothes
for Men and Young
BUY Clothes made by a house
of reputation and so be sure
you are getting best values.
Made in Nezv Torh 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
The Prices are moderate
White Canvas Oxford
Regular $2, $2.50 and
About 150 pair of odds and ends and broken sizes
taken from our regular stock.
PUMPS, ONE . AND TWO-EYELET, AND RIBBON TIE
All late Toe Shapes All Sites
While They Last,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
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The I1EST 11RAKDS nro
MT. DIABLO In 1001b. Bags
LEHIOH In Barrels
GREEN ISLAND In 2501b.
Lewers &. Cooke,
177 So. King St.
IN COAST DEFENSE
fin ot Tnv4 T)mjnrnta Ha T!1 Tt '
ww M W4 tivavvtnuj Vnil A llft U U
a Vessel '30 Miles at Sea.
SAN DIEGO, Cat., March 10. A
00-lnch searchlight, the largest slzo
used In American forllllcatlons, la
now helng Installed on tho ocean
shlo of Fort Rosccrans on Point ho
ma. It Is nhlo to pick up a vessel
over 30 miles at sea. A 30-Inch
light Is also helng Installed at Kurt
l'lo l'lco on North Island, opposltu
Tort Rosecrans, Tho lights nro pail
o( tho newly adopted plans of the
coast detente hoard.
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KINO ST., NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
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for Qifts at
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Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
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REGAL SHOE CO.
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Meat Market and Importers.
C Q. Yee Hop & Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new and
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FANCY DRY GOODS
. Wah Ying Chong Co.,
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