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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1910.
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All visiting members at tns
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
HARIKE ENGINEERS' l A0.
KMEFICIAL'ASSIATIOH. ciaUom cor.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evory Monday evening nt
7:30 in I. O. 0. P. Hall, Fort 8treet.
E. IL HENDRY. Secretary.
WT II. E. McCOY, Noble Ornnd.
i 'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, X. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanlo. Visiting
brothers cordially InvHed to attend.
. WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K..R. 3.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1,1. 0. E.M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pytblas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140..P. 0.
-Meets on the 2nd and '4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretnnla and JEflrtj sheets. ; .
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
,l , W. n. ItlLET. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec,
HONOLULU LODGE, 010," B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, B; P. p.
lllkfl, meets In their hall, on King
Btrcet, near Fort, every FrWay eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
nvlted to attend.
JAB. D. DOUailERTY, K. ".
I ' ' npn t KI.tlEnEL. Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODQE, NO. 8,
U- - - K. ot P.
t Meets every 2nd and 4th Sltnrdax
evening- at, 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Jlollf cor.iFort and-Bcrctanla. Visit
lug brothers cordlnlly Invited to at
tend! . H. A. TAYLOR, C, 0.
K. A. JACOBSON. K. R. S.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.
J051 Xrt street .
CIQAR NOW So
M. A. OUNST & CO,
' ! V XE0AL BH0E CO.
MBCI 'Xiif tod Bethel
"" filmir Ifow at the
UITIO'K BA'EBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
has just-arrived from the Csat. -,
M.-VIEBBA,... , Proprietor
Hawaii & South
Hen Curio Co.,
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 KIiir St.
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IS ON RAMPAGE
Mixes Things By Independent
Candidacy Desha and
tBpn-lnl It ii 1 1 nt In tVrrr"n,1iic.)
1III.O, Sept. 1U. WliLo mo liar
inony which ptovnlled at the ltepuh
llcnn convention Inst week wu n
source of great satisfaction tu nil
those who had the real Interest ot
tho party at heart, It seems thnt this
comlltloii win nltogetlier too good to
last long, and no sooner had the con
vention adjourned before things be
gan popping away at a IWely rate,
First ot all llernard Kelekollo, the
"Hoy Orator," who had, been seated
In the convention, where he wns a
candidate for the House, came out
as au ludiMiendfliit taudldate. In a
letter to tin- electorate, contained in!
Ka llokti of laid week, he announced
his Independent candidacy. He stat
ed that In the various caucmscs
which had been held prior to the
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et ote. ami that he was really the
choice of the people, although he'
had actually failed to Innd the nam
Inatlun. Tho m.iny
friends of the
uiing mnn who luio hs best Inter
ests at lie.irt are hoping '.hat he will
reconsider his iash lie Islou before It
Is too lute, nnd there Is n hope that
ho will change his mlnJ before the
election nnd prccervOilils good stand
ing In the party, rather than tu
throw nwny everything by chasing
lint tne nig trouble lies in a ngnt
which hns cropped up between Itep
resentntlvo Affouro and Stephen De
sha. This was very unexpected,
breaking loose on the pnrty leaders
like a flash of lightning from a clear
sky, and It seems likely to assume'
serious proportions unless It can bo
put down. Various reasons aro
given for the fight, none of which
Miems very satisfactory, hot the rea
son most likely to be the main can so
lies In the allegation thnt Affonsu
made a statement In the course of his
fight prior to the convention against
Vasco iOsorlo, In which he spoke In
a slighting manner nbout certain
Hawaiian women. Affonso strenu
ously denies having made, tho re
mark, but the renort has unread llko
.wildfire, anil It threatens .to be tho
cause or n war ueiwceu mo roriu-
guese nnd a Hawaiian faction. Cam
paign Mnnn'gcr Smith hhs.n big mis
slon on his hands In his role ot
angel of pence, but In view of his
success with the convention It Is
likely thnF he will be nblo to -ropo
with this situation also.
In tho meantime the war Is n lilt
feV one Stephen Denim snys flatf
fodTedly that he Is out after tho
scalp ot Affonso. AffoiiBo's friends
say they will light. Ono of tho most
prominent of tieso last Saturday
made n statement which Indicated
strongly that his faction, ns It would
not-'l ullo to reach Desha, as he Is
Dot a cumlldate, would endeavor to
hurt him by knifing Delegate Kala.
"Desha Is fighting Affonso In his
'paper, hut wo will he nblo to get
back nt him," he said. "If lie keeps
this up wo will knife a friend of
i'Who, J. P. Halo!" nsked a by
"No, not J, P. Hale," was tlie re
ply. "It will bo a man who Is a
sight more Important than Hale"
Carl Smith and a number ot the
Republicans had a meeting last Frl
pay evening at which various phases
of the situation were discussed. Ly
man brought up the matter ot the
administration of land affairs, voic
ing a protest against tho manner In
which the new law wob being carried
out, but nothing came ot it. Noth
lng reflnlto wns decided In regard to
when tho campaign should bo start
ed, and It Is' probablo that a Bhort
and sharp campaign will be decided
SOUTH POLE SHIP AT CAPE
Tho Antarctic exploring ship Term
Nova, under the command of Captain
Scott, juts, arrived safely pt tho Cupo,
and Captain Scott has lately been en
gaged In giving ii series ot lectures to
those who are Interested In the pro
ject In which he Is engaged,
Thvro was, considerable nnxlety
felf lor the safely ot tho ship and1
crow IrblO the fuc( that no word was
heard trout jheiu utter they loft Mu
derla on June U7, and when they .did
arrive nt tho Ko'Uh Afrleun port they
were ninny days ovcrdtu.
At Coietown the Terra Nuo will
bo iitted out In Uio most complflto
way for her trip to the south polo.
Captain Scott has great hopes of mak
ing u point further south than did
Kiploror Shntkli'tun. i
1 m t
Some men be!levo In being euro
they urn right nnd then getting some
body elsti jo ito it for them.
Young glrlH ought to ipake Hie most
of their birthday, for In nftur years
(hy i'hiihii to linvn tlictii.
Truth rruHhud to imrtli Is Hie baslH
of many u ll'h story. Bcruntoii Trl-Liiiiu-llejiublli'un.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet told by the Bulle
tin for a nickel U twice n large
at the tablet uiually told for thii
Autos, 14 per hour, Lewis fltnblcs.
Bethel Street Hack SUiml Phono
It goes without snylng thnt 'OVe'rji;
thing Is llcst nt The Kncoro. , '
The Anchor Saloon Is now n curio
museum worth scplnt' Don't fnrffot. '',
Joe rrcllas, IhcMlttlc crnck skater
Is willing to tnke on Mnfcu on the
rollers next Sunday night,
Carlos llega, n l'orto lllcan vngrailt
was given three months' tree board
nt Asch's hotel this morning by Judgo
Chief McDuflle Is working on tho
attempted dynamite outrage that oc
curred on Sunday night. Tno men
arc suspected to be mixed up In the
affair, and they will both have to ex
plain before long.
Jo? I.enl was arrested this morning
on a warrant sworn to by .John Marco,
who claims that Leal kicked him In
the fnce mid caused a big bruise.
Sheriff Jarrctt released Leal to n-
pear tomorrow mottling nt the police
TIlA Plllftf i ,T Tt aft lvta Itt Inlb I II tt
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Into a rompllcatPd case In which a
Chinese actor and n young Chinese
Blrl nrc Iniolved. Tho gIM claims
,nnl U1P M"r sioiojizuo worm oi jew
elry from her Ope or the nrtlcles
Is n beautiful bangle which Is mndo
out of purq.gold and which, ns bul
lion. Is worth nlnfl.ty-flvo dollars.
Ilnck driver Lum Sing picked, n n
couple, of passengers last night nnd
they,. Instead, of paying for Ihclr rde
proceeded ,to lenn over the back of
the front scat and choke the drlvor.
Tley rpbbed the. unfortunate China
man ot his watch nnd some money
which he had In his porket. The
drlxrr reports thnt ono (if tho mpn
wns a Portuguese nnd the other look
ed llko n soldier.
(Continued from Ir:re 1)
men, the term will mean little, for
tactical wnlks, says Colonel Dullard,
aro n late .addition to nrniy Instruc
Hon, nnd many of tho tinkers nt Fort
Shatter have never tnken them.
Colonel Dullard's methods aro slm
pie. He took tho mllltln oftlcers out
Into the open and laid Jietoro them
certain problems. For lnstnnre, lend
ing the nioup of guardsmen to a
knoll near tho camp, he would put
n mythical enemy In front, attack
ing, nnd a mythical regiment of Ter
ritorial guard coming up a valley or
down from, a hill, -and then would
ask. the officers what they would do
under sucb conditions.
The lessons nre practical In tho
extreme, and am problems, ho says.
thnt would probably come up In ac
1 The country Immediately sur
rounding tho camp Is admirably
ndnpted for tactical walks, ns It Is
Quito diversified, with level ground.1
Dills, valleys, ravines nnd long:
rtretches of broken ground lending
townrd tho sea. This part of tho
work Is Interesting even to tho ens;
ual observer, and the mllltln oUlcars
were quite engrossed In It. .
-Tho mllltln oflliers aro now n" day
and n half nheuil iff their schedule,
nnd Colonel llullnrd expects to get
two extrn days ot work. The In
struction has proceeded 'without a
break, evon during bad weather. This
morning a number of .the officers
took, up quartermaster and commis
sary wprk under the direction of
Lieutenant Rogers at Fort Shatter.
Captain Koester Is giving n tnlk on
tho, relation of Infantry and cavalry,
and Llouteunnt Wntklns Is proceed
ing steadily with his, map-making In
struction. JAPANESE MEETS
Bucket of Coal Falls and Hits
Stevedore, Who Is Nearly
nils morning at" woven n clock a
serious accident occurred on hoard
tho ship Selsdpii, which Is laying nt
the Chnnnel wharf. , It appears that a
JlipnneHo named Kulio wns working
discharging, coal, nnd Just ns n load,
cd, bucket was went, aloft, tho hook
gave way and the, tub descended on
,tnp of, Kubo, In junna way tho edgo
of the bucket struck .tho unforlunuto
pinn between tho legs,4nnd tho oonso
quenco wns n ten Into Injury.
Tho pollco pntrol was, telephoned
for nnd thq man taken to tho Queen's
llospltnl where lie Is nt pieseut con
flood. Hhculd llio mun dlo tin lines
ligation will bo undertaken by Coro
ner Hose, nnd Hie matter of how tho
hook camo to Blip will bo looked Into.
Thn St. I .on In street car conductor
who refused o entry u gypsy queen
nnd six doreii children for u plugged
nickel, hud no appreciation of ro
iniiucii. IV v i) k I ; II u 1 1 e 1 1 u II per jrar.
Our New Phono
City Trnnsfcr Co.
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iiuJ;i vyjiu nuijuu tut; ivuyiu
Evade Police Will Probably
Unltod ' Stntps District Attorney
tlreckons ,)s determined to get the
truotory of draco's llvo months of
liberty And Is going to find out who
helped tho escaped murderer whtlo
lio'WimnL largw. .
There Is not much doubt In the
minds of the potlco thut (Irncc was
lll I Ml
fed by some friends, and
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that'tna tnrw men .mcduiiip arrested
three weeks ago on suspicion of hnr-
uuring inu negro, m-iu 111 inu iihmii ui
plnclng food whore draco could get It.
It would have been ImpoMslblo for
Grace to subsist on wild fruit nnd
sugar rone (or so long u time ns IIo
mouths, and Ii is thought thnt It was
only for n fow weeks past that he
has 'been, reully hard put to It for
Yesterday nffrrnoon Ilreckons
culled nnd Interviewed Ornce, nnd
during the conversation the negro
claimed that he had fever. Ilreckons
then produced the wnteh that used to
belong to the man who was mur
dered by Ornce nnd with thnt relic
took tho beat of the murder's pulse-
The reward rjttostlon, has not yet
been Rettled, but the general opinion
Is thnt tlm live hundred dollnrs will
go to Luna Off, who was tho ono to
supply Information that led to
Clrnco '8 arrest. Tho plucnrd ntnted
that ?u00 would bo piitd on thnt con
dition, nnd It Is thought that that fet
tles tho matter. In tho, meantime
Wnshlngon Is being communicated
with, nnd rumor has It thnt the
amount of the reward linn been cut
McCandless Pays $12,000 for
Property Held By Rooke
L. L. McCnndless, thn boss of tho
Dcmocratia party, Is not letting tho
demands of political activity Incident
to the work of n pnrty boss, Interfcro
with his work ot acquiring more
McCnndless ling Just pnld the sum
of $12,000 for property on tho west
JJaldojif LtUhn street, tho deed cnor--ttngllio
transfer of tho realty to the
jiemocratle boss hnvlng Just boon
'tiled with tho Ilurcnu of Convcynnces.
Tho property for which McCnuiltoss
pays $12,000 Is purchased from tho
trustees pt, tho estnto nt thn hue
Cresswell Keuno Chnrles Itnoke, Tho
trustees named in the deed are Cress
well l'ulllct Itooke of Monks' Ilorton,
Colchester, Essex, England, nnd the
Archdeacon Edward Ambrose Hardy
of the Holy Trinity Vicarage, Cov
entry. The Innd that Is acquired by Mc
Candless covers' an nrc.-v of LSI! pcrox.
HILL MAY FORCE AN
ENTRANCE INTO SOUTH
LOS ANfiKI.ICS, September 10.
Well informed railroad mm believe
that to nil Intents and puriHikos James
J. 1III1 has already, or Is about to
forco a way through to this coast for
his trains. I f III has for somo tlmo
controlled a lino to Benson, A T,
within M0 miles of this city. Ho Is
master of tho Burlington, reaching
with Its mnln line to Denver, nnd the
Colorado and Southern, from Denver
to Fort Worth. .Handing tho iclns of
tho latter linn to Hill wns ono of the
biggest mlstukoi over mndo by Ilnrrl
mnn, becaiiho nt Dallas the Colorado
and Southern crosses' the Rock Island,
which operates over tho Phelps Dodgo
road, tho I."l 1'uno nnd Southwestern,
tn El I'uso, whence trains come over
tho Southern Pacific. Tho Phelps
Bodgo lino continues, however, to
Benson, nnd Its owners have arrang
ed to build to Phoenix.
These Interests nro nt wnr with tho
Southern Pnclflc, nnd II is undei stood
they hno n track-right nrrungenipnt
wllh flip Santa Fo, which will he
highly dvautngeous to tho latter
when tho now link In built. There
Is every reason In except, authorities
dechiio, that from thut connection
Hill, thtougli his Phelps-Dodge Infill
eneo. will npeiuto to this coast over
the Sunlii 1'n vln lli Parker cut-off
Thn Herman army la using paper
kettles which aio tuld to be of Jup
Number Will lie
(Jns. . Love)
ENTRIES ARE IN
. FOR HALL CUP
Twenty-One Players Have Put
Down Names for Handi
cap Tennis Play.
Play for tho Hall Cup tennis tour
nament will stmt tip tomorrow aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock, nnd tho matches
will bo played on both the Neigh
borhood nnd Ucrctanla rourts. Twenty-one
entries hnve been received for
the tournament, nnd the only players
of note missing nrc A. L. Castlo nnd
Cnptnln Low. The following men
hnvo put down their names for the
pin) : It. A. Cooke, A. M. Nowell,
(1. It. Wiyron, II. S. Orfly, C. O.
llockus, W. 0. Slnglehurst, V. L.
Stanley, W. A. Wall, Jnck (lunrd.
J. T. Waterhouse,
I. h. '1,c.:uio. coast when discharge its complet
leerr, II.. E. Sav-,t(1
.1 It V. t.-l.l...wl ,
T. 'Schmidt, Noel Dcerr,
age, V. V.. Orecnfleld, W. N Eklutid,
P, D, qolllns, (Jernld Irvine, Ather
tou Itlchnrds, Theodore Richards nnd
It. Slnclnlr. lj
It will ho noted that botlr'Timncne
nnd Ewn nro represented. ,-Tho for
mer country club hns Savage' to fight
for tho honors, nnd Ewn hns no less
than three members In tho tourna
ment, vli., Greenfield, Kklunil and
The tournament promises to be n
really geed one, nnd ns It Is n hand
icap affair, eerybody will hnvo n
cliane of winning. The scratch men
will probably be R. A. Cooke, Nowell
and Athorton Richards. Captain
Low did not enter for tho matches,
and It 'Is to be regretted, ns he Is n
fine. phicr. Tho drnwlngs will be
made this evening and the1 handicaps
announced ns foon ns possible.
COST OF LIVING GOING
HIGHER, WARNS WILSON
ST. PAUL. Sept. 4. "Tho coit of
living Is bound to go higher," said
Secretary ot Agriculture' James A.
Wilson today, who will speak nt the
conservation cungiohs this week on
"Tho money thut Is now supplied
by tho thrift ot the farmer wo take
to Europe," he said, "to buy dia
monds. Wo also buy automobiles
und other luxuries and do not add to
the wealth of the nation,
"Very llttlo of tho money received
from tho Boll goes back Into It to
innservo Its productiveness. Wo can
no longer claim distinction ns nn ex
"This Is portly duo to tho fact
that we have received, n tremendous
Immigration, but It Is also due In n
very largo measure to the fact that
the farmers can no longer secure the
heavy lelds from their Holds. Meats
haye not only gono high, but they
will go higher,"
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Er.tered for Record, Sept., 20th, 1910,
from 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m.
Antonn rurtndo nnd wf to Paaullo
Agicll Co Ltd D
Frederick Whitney nnd wf to Henry
W. Orcert ,. vi." D
Homy W Oreen tolMhrlon A Whit
J Alfred Mngoon ot nl to II Water-
liniisn Tr Co Ltd Tr IIS
Knplolanl Est Ltd to Chin How.D
Lft of J Caniiiboll by Trs to Knplo-
lanl lt I.tdi Par Rel
Fredeilck Whitney nnd wf to Frank
E 'IhomisnnTr .-... ...M
Cecil Drown Tr to J II Cuiumlngs.Rcl
Frances Wctmnrp ot ul by Atty to
II M I-1W80II I.
II M Lnwson to Elslo C Bailey...
Par A I,
Pantheon Co Ltd to II M Luwson et
Emma Aknmu to Elsa C Almy I,
Kuplolanl EstI.ld to Kawalloa Land
Co Ltd D
Est of J Campbell by Trs to Kuplo
lanl Est Ltd Par Rel
II Hart ct al by Aflt of Mtgce to
H VYnlcrhouso Tr Co Ltd. Fore, Affdt
Lirdwlg W. Kuhlmann and wf In
Wllhelm Ktililmiinn 11
rrederrk II Kuhlmann nnd wf to
W.lllielm Kiililnni'nn D
Howard .M Chandler to Tront Trust
pi Ltd D
Helen 0 fledgo nnd hsh tn Mutl
Bhlg & Ij)uu Sncy 'of Huw Ltd
Entered for Record, Sept, 21st, 191.0,
from 9 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Fred 11 Hnyspldiu to E L 8lrout..D
E L Slrout to Minnie Becker D
Kunoho Kuolulo mill wf to Frederick
W Hardy ,...M
Henry T Hughes et ul to von llumni
Young Co Ltd CM
J W Uiiiiliail nnd wf to Piinullo
Agirtl Co Ltd D
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 ii II per vt-nr,
SATURDAY MORNINO at daylight
the Pacific Mall liner Asia, Captain'
(lauktogor, Is due off port nLJIoiiir;
lulu according to n wlroless received'
by llnckfchl and Company last nlgh't.
The Asia Is bringing GOO tons of Ori
ental cargo for Honolulu and a few
passengers' Her passenger accommo
dations arc all token from tho Orient
to San Francisco as this ship. Is popu
lar with the traveling public. It (
probablo that tho ABln will be dls-
i?lh ' an ri by four
n rltiOtt HAfliPilnv nflitrnnnn nllhniltrh
she may not sail until five o'clock
THIS AFTERNOON tho American
Hawaiian freighter Alasktn will sail
from Honolulu bound for Seattle via
llllo. Tho Alnsknn brought a gonernt
cargo to this port but will sail from
here and from llllo with but little
cargo as there Is hut little sugar at
this time practically the whole crop
having been shipped.
BAIL1.NO FROM Port Hnrford on
September 10 tho American steimer
Santa Rita, In commnnd of Captain
Boyd made a fair trip to Honolulu ar
riving this morning. Tho Bnnta Rita
Is nt thn railroad whnrf discharging
THE W O. HALL .Arrived this
morning from Knunl ports bringing
five cabin and 14 deck passengers
and a general cargo consisting of DO
cases of honey, 30 packages; of sun.
dries and a quantity of empty casks.
Tho Hall experienced light winds arid
a smooth sen during tho trip Jo the
SIXTY-TWO DAYS from Newport
News tho British freighter Masunda
arrived this morning In commpand of
Cnptnln Robert Burns. The Mnsuudn
brought n full cargo ot coal consign
cd to the navy, and innkes the fourth
vcsol flying the British ting to or
live with coal within n few days.
.MORE THAN ono hundred pnsscn
gers arrived In Honolulu this morning
by tho Intor-lsland steamer Claudlne
which arrived nt an early hour from
Hawaii and Maul jmrts. The Clan
dine brought 25 hogs, nnd n general
cargo of wod, corn, potatoes, honqy,
THE CLAUDINE renorts that at
llllo Monday there wcro anchored the
barkcutlno Irmgard. sc.hoon.er Cama
no, Borealls, KtheJ. Zano nnd steamer
Columbian. At Knhulul yesterday tho
ship II. T. Lucas was 'discharging
(Continued from Pace 1)
palgn Is moving (.monthly . nnd with
tho orgnufiatlon of tho sub committee)
wlll.procceil rupldly. The s,ub commit
tees lia,vn started work early apd. .will
io at least a week n advance ot tho
Dvmocratlc hendqunrters hnvo been
dull slpcn Link McCnndless left on
his tour or Hnwnll, Tho lack of r
lender Is painfully evident. Democra
tic leaders wero casting nbout toda
for n-campaign manager nnd n num
her of nnmes wero suggested, but It
Is hardly likely thnt tho vacancy will
bo filled beforo next week and pon
haps not then unloss the unterrlfled
show mom signs of living up.to their
EWA PLANTATION HAS
' "' AN EXTrTA MELON CUT
Ewn Plantation Company voted an
extra dividend nt 2 per cent, this
morning, adding another to n long
series. Tho ono this morning was
expected, and another will probably
be voted soon. This makes a total
of 20 per cent, tu dividends so tar
this year voted by the big company.
The company Is capitalized at l&,
000,000. CALIFORNIA IS SECOND
JlS AUTOMOBILE STATE
NEW YORK, Sept, 4. According
to a. table compiled by tho automo
bile directories company of Ub
city, thero aro $000,000,000 worth Qf
automobiles In this country. Now
York Stnto loads with 60,000 ma
chines, but Cullfomla Is second with
In Minneapolis, It Is Raid, ouo nutn
firm holds mortgages on 11,00 homes.
In Wisconsin the mortgages on ntto
mobiles and other property for the
purchase price nre estimated nt $4,
000,000, . .ebrakliu has $9,000,000
In mortgages based on uutomohllo
purchuhes; In Kuns.is the estimators
$4,000,000 In the Isikt three years
The money tightness In Iowa Is
climced to the same condition,
JBr For Rsnt". cards on tale at
i- t ,
ON PAOE EIQrfT,
Wednesday, Sept. 21. '
S. 8. Sierra, Houdlettt, for &ak
Francisco, , JO n, in, ' ,
" S. H. Alnskan, tor Sallnn Cruz, via
llllo nnd Pacific coast ports.
S. B. Claudlne, Ilennetr, Iron) Ha
waii nnd Maul ports.
S, H. W. O. Hall, Oness.from Kauai
ti,.. a a m....,,..- . . .. .
.vi o. o. umuuiim iruni iiiawaii anil
Maul ports, Sept. 21, W M. Burn-
ette, D. K. Wilson, V. Wltcher, W. E.
Howell, Miss Asa no, S. Kanda, F.
Lnmb, M. T. Furtndo, Mrs. Aiken and
child, J. A. Medelros, Mrs. S. K. Ka
ne and child. Miss E. Cox. Miss Des
mond, S. Thompson and wife, Mrs. C.
Brown, Mrs. W. U WllcoxF. 8. Hoad-
ley, W. C. Moore, W. 8. Maples, J. 8.
Houzn and wife, eight Japauese In
the cabin nnd 77 deck passengers from
PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
rer a. a. sierra, tor sap. Francisco,
Sept. 21. Mrs. A. Akin. Miss C. L.
Bartlctt, Miss -A. E. -BoHrd, ,Mra. T.
K. Beard, T. II. Benton, Mrs. Ben
ton, Miss B. Berry, Muujrl. R. Brown
Mrs. A, E. 'BucKley,5!!,- M. Chandler.
Miss (1. Clifton. W H Colon. Miss
C. E. Cox, 1). Crowley, Miss O. Dunn,
Mrs. A. J. Falrwcathcr.,3'. M. Flour
noy, Mrs. Flournoy, F.u; Olbsori, R.
Gibson, John W. Oilman' Miss E.
qray, Mrs. W. ,Adrayj"T. W. Hamil
ton, Miss A. W. HnrrlsJ. B. Harris,
J, J. Herman, Miss M. Ilussey, W. M.
Johnston, Mrs, Johnsfon'.'MIss B. John
ston, J, Jutgcnsen, Mr. Jorgensen
nnd chllil, J. 8. King, lii'il. Klrchen.
Mrs, Kitchen, Rev, Y. T. Kong, J.
Laird, R, J. I.lllle, Mrs,-iIJIllc, Miss
E. Marlon, 6. O. llath'owk,' Dr. A. Mar
ques, J, P, Meyer, M. T. Moore, W.
11 Muntcr, Mrs. Muntcr, Mrs. Mun
t'er Mrs. C, 0. Murasky, Mrs, E. a.
Norton, H, Oekte Miss, 8. Oesto, Mrs
W II. Park, It. D., Porter, Irs. Por
ter, W. U Haven, Mlts E. Rcld. Dr.
E. Vi, Rico. Mrs. Rice, Miss M, Rock
well .1. Rosenberg Mro; 0. D. Russell
and child, J. L Simpson,; Mrs, Simp
son, L, p. Bnydor,, Mrs. J. II,. Spen
cer, Mrs. F. T, Sullivan and child.
F, B. Thompson, J. D. Tucker, Dr.
St, D. 0. Walters. Mrs. Walters anil
piald. . ar'WIlllamson,, V., Wither.
Mia. E, F, Wood, Elder 8. E." Wooley,
Mfso B. Wurts, Mss M. II. Wurts.
t. ... -: :.. i
IN rORIIQN PORTS
Wednesday, Sept. 21.
EUREKA Arr'vpd,, Sept. 20: Bktne.
M. Wllkenmann, bence Aug, 24,
EUREKA Arrived, Sept. 21: Bktne.
Muknwell, from Ahuklnl, Aug. 29.
SAI FRANCISCO Arrived. Sept. 21:'
B. B. Virginian, from Sallna Cruz.
BAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd, Sept. 21. 1
P. tu.: 8. S, Lurllne, for Honolulu.
VICTORIA Arrived,,, Sept., 21: B. B.
Mai'ama, hence Sept. 14.
HILO-Arrlved, Sept, 20: B. S. Hllo-
nlnn, front Seattle.
Tuesday, 8ept. 20. '
SEATTLE Sailed September 16:
8. St. Ntvadan for Honolulu,
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived, Sept. 20;
R. 8.. Vilhelmlna, from Honolulu, ,
IIILO-Arrlved Sept. 17.' , .
8chr. Jlorojill from dray's Hwrbor.
SAN FRANCJ8CO Arrived, Bcuit. 20:
,f a. ni., 8. 8 Wllhelmlna, heuco
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 20: 1
p. tn., 8 B". China, for Honolulu.
.Monday Sept., 19,
PORT TOWN8BND Balled Sept. 15:
, Bk. H. C. Allen,, for Honolulu.
PUXJET, SOUND Arrived Sept. 18:
. S.-iL Nevadan, from,. San Francisco.
ORAyS JIARBOH Sailed. Bopt. 17:
Schr. IWfonder, for Honolulu.
" ' WAS AN HONOR TITLE
Ex-Prosident Shocked at a
Cheyenne Hotel By a New 4
Arrival from Sweden,
DENVER. Sept. 1. Wnllo Col.
Roosevelt was In Cheyeii'jB he stopped
at the Inter-Ocean llot"l. Ills meals
Worn.Eer.vyd tp.lUin a,bls roonn, and
us K,ervltor he had a riwedlsh girl, who
has been In this country but u short
Whenever he usKod the girl a ques
tion she answered "No," .Teddy," or
"Yes, Teddy," to tho amazoinout of tho
Her manner was so Ingenuous, how
ovei, thut beidecldetl that she was In
hoc en t of Intentlonul disrespect. Fin
ally ho made Inqutr'es und tild uiyi
lery was solved..
The girl i. thought .that "Teddy
wl.fch slid, had ."lOfird bo, froqueiitly,
wub I'imiuio sort ot lllo, such, ud king "
Jlo laughed JieurlJIy when ho hoard
If cimie pe9P)e,w,yp'.m, free ,yj,,
their money, us Ihey sr with tlie',j ad
vice, what u lot of jji.od thi)y,. might
do In the world.
You usually van tell o'y the way a
girl smiles to herself if he Is In love,
Tim man who pays as he goes some
times goes dead broke.