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EVBNINO HVILLETIN, TtONOLTJI.O. T. II., THUnSDAY, OCT. fi, 1910.
MONDAY! - SAf&
Hawaiian Stated, jftu,
Oceanic First Degree.
llimullnn .Second Degree.
SATURDAY. j;jn ' ..
All visiting members of IB
Order are cordially Invited to
I ttnd meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
iARIHE ENGINEERS' "";
KNEFICIAl ASWIATIQK. cttion, lit
HABMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Streot.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
p M. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mcota every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Uecotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend,
w , WM. WNES. C. C.
p ' O. F.. HEINE, K. n. S.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets very flrBt and third Thurs
days of vach month at Knights of
Pythlaa Hall. Vtbltlng brothers cor
dially, invited to attend.
. , A. h. BAKIN, Sachem.
' H. V. TODD, C. ofn. "
S HONOLULU AERIE, 140,' F.- 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
i NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall,, corner
- Beretaula, and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
fend. IS.t m' w- n- niLEY. W. P.
r" WM. C. McCOY', Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, fllO, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O.
Kikn, meets In their ball, on King
"Street, neur Fort, every Friday eve
ning, Visiting Brothcro aro cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOHERTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL,, Sec.
.WM. McKINLEY L0D0E, NO. 8,
I, K.of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
( Hall, cor. Fort and Derotnnla. VlBlt
(lng brothers cordially invited to at
" ' II. A. TAYLOR, O. O.
B. A; JACOBSON, K. It. S.
P Furniture Co.
fCompIete Office Fixtures
for immediate delivery.
to. Box 207. Honolulu.
-., .- "Tg - -. ...
Foldingchairs & Tables
I' J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
Chairs Now at tho
UNION BABB.EB SH,0P
"NEW BARBEB A competent man
Hat. JUt' arrived from tile (JSa.U.
fof,? VIEBBA Proprietor'
To Whom It May Oon'crn:
It has recently come to my notice
that certain misrepresentations nro
beings niado by ccrliiln parties In
Honolulu In connection with tho use
ot my nnmo In tho matter of ox -
pioiting and selling certnlii oil
stocks In tho Hawaiian Islands I
desire to supplement my provious
published notice to the effect that
tho use, t)t my nnmo In any manner
whntOcer In this connection Is to
Lilly unauthorized. I have particu
lar reference to an advertisement ap
pearing in tho Pacific Commercial
Advertiser under date of August 30,
l'.UO, tending as follows:
About four weeks ago I sold
business mnn of this city somo Lake
view No. 2 oil Bto k. Ho wroto to
n friend In San FrnncUo to lnvcstl.lno,"e of w " Fnslr-r In Paloln Val
gate, seo Captnln Matson and find
out whether this stock wMs any good.
Tho toply came on the 8lerrn Fri
day, saying It was first-class, gllt-
edge, good Invcstmont. Today he
doubled llltt Oral Inlrrliiin t u-crA
you to buy. It Is n safe proposition.1
A few shares would put you on easy
street. Tho profits from oil Is n
fairy talc. Ask John D. Hockefcl-,
Inc. Share, unw 11,1,1. ,nni. will
bo forty rents after September ' 1.'
This Is your grand opportunity. Read
this all over ngnln.
"J. OSWALD LOTTED,
"Fort Street, Next Convent; General
I desire at this time to absolutely
rcfuto any Inference which might ho
drawn from the foregoing statement
that nnjono lias crr nppro.ichcd mo
;: :::!".: :.::' . .: ::i
;.. ..;".. ""..'I: ',..'., ""...'""'"Lf'T honest government In tho
""', ' , . V. .. ;. .
stock, nnd any Intimation that I
havo endorsed this lis a "good Invest
ment Is thcrcforo u falsification.
For the Information of the public
I might offer tho following state
Tho Lnkcvlcw Oil Co. of Midway,
a part of the Honolulu Consolidated
Oil Co., among Us various properties
controlled under agreement with tho
.original locators Section No. 2C in
Township No. 32 South, Range No.
zi. i.am, amiitunder uale ot April o,
1910,' leased this section tC40 a'.-resl
for twenty yearB to Chas. F. Off, R.
D. Wade. Ocorge S. Safford and H.
S. Shattuck. The lessees wcro to pay
a bonus of $C0 per acre for tho
leaso, bonus to bo paid out of tho
first production oil, and fuithcr they
were to pay a royalty of one-eighth
of tho "gross production, nnd wcro
accorded In tho lease nn option to
inirnliu.n .Im li.tnl .it 1 Ann ..no n.rn
J'U.V.IUOI. t,,u .11. U MW , V J Jl IW WW...... ....( .n W, , ,U
when patents to tho laud wcro Is- Charles K, Not ley
Bued by the II, 8. Oovernmcnt,
Subsequently, It appears that tho,
aforenamed gentlemen subleased tho
west half of the southwest quarter
of tho above-mentioned section to a voto for Notley, tho leader of tho par
company organised and known as tho ' Secondly, they aro telling tho Ha
Laltevlow No. 2 Oil Co., which wasWBllln voters.to voto for Kuhlo, If
entirely contrary to my understand- ",ey "''I not want to supporl Notley
ing when originally leasing tho
whole of Section No. 26 to them.
On Juno 20, 1910, 1 received a
letter from a Mr. J. Oswald Lutted,
Informing me that he had become' a
stockholder in the so. called l.akc
view No. 2 Oil Co., and Indicating
to mo that ho cxpC ted to leave for
Honolulu shortly with tho end In
view of disposing of somo ot tho
stock of that company In Honolulu.
He also requested mo to favor him
with a written endorsement of the
proposition as a whole, which I ab
solutely declined to do, refusing to
lend my nahio for any such purpose.
I wns naturally very indignant nt
the suggestion, nnd also annoyed at
tho nctlon of Mr, Oft and his asso
elates, to whom I had originally
leased Section No. 20, and who had
evidently entered into some sublens
Ing arrangement for n one-half of
tho southwest quarter section to par
ties under tho name of tho Lakovlow
No, 2 Oil Co.
From tho foregoing, It will bo
seen that Lakevlew No. 2 Oil Co. Is
operating under n sublease of a
lease taken from the Lakevlew Oil
Co. of Midway, nnd as the royalty to
the Lakevlew oil Co. of Midway Is
12 ', of tho total production, pre.
siimnbly the Lakcvlow No. 2 Oil Co.
will also have to pay an additional
royalty to tho original lessees ns
I havo taken the opportunity of
notifying directly by letter both Mr.
.Chas. F. Off nnd Mr. J. 'Oswald Lul
led of my position In this matter,
and I now reiterate, that any attempt
on tho part of anyone to use my
nnmo In any manner whatsoever in
tho exploiting and soiling of nil
rtocks In tho Hawaiian Islands Is to
San Francisco, Sept. 10, 1910.
A CERTAIN METHOD
for curing cramps, diarrhea and dys
entery Is by using Painkiller (Perry
Davis), This medicine has sustained
the ropulntloii for oor 70 years. 25c
l.'o nnd fific
!Mr"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet told bv the Unite.
tin for a nickc) is twice as large
as me lawet usually told for this
Autds, f 4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Rest at The Encore. ,
Miss Ioule Irwin, hairdresser mid
manlcuro. Ilocm (15, Young Rldg.
A new stunt every day at tho An
jchor Sajortri, Nimnnu nnd Kin
C. It. Hctucnwny has been niiiiolnled
n Urgent of the College of lliwnll In
plnco of A. A. Wilder, resigned
Pay cash and ask tor green stamps.
They're frco Call at the show rooms
and see what you get frco for
Deputy Sheriff Fernandez or Ewn
camo Into town this afternoon with
a Filipino prisoner who was arrested
at Honolulu ptnnla'lnn and who Is
accuse I of tuning stolon $75 fnun n
'rho Democrats of the First of the
''mirth held a ruining meeting at tho
le' ,aM nK"1- A number of promln
cut Democrats from town wcro pres
ent nnd chccro.l on tho causo with
A ruimwn.v hnryo caused somo ex-
I cltrment this afternoon when It
'U aW!,y r,nm near tno Pcoplo1
?V",rc" Company. nmf dashed along
'el'nnt. up llslinp, dowh King
lnl Vo'l nmI ,,ntk nni" ,0 "l8,"'l
n,01l Illjtcl "trrct' "ml flunl'y was
1',"" "c-ir wl,oro 't " "' Iron
No damage to speak of was done, ul
though there were several narrow
Rudolph Spreckcls will spcik at the
Commercial Club next Tuesday nonn
.Mr. Spreckcls ppoko at the Commer
cial Club during n previous visit In
the city, and forecast nt that time
many of tho political events of recent
mmh.. mom especially th0 .,mc &
Interests of tho people.
No topic has
been given out but It Is cirtaln that
Mr. Spreckels will have much to Hay
that Is of Interest to tho business
men of tho city.
Home Rulers Will Do Any
thing to Down Link
That' the Homo Rulers nro determ
ined to capture the Congressional ne.it
in Washington, for their c-indldnte.
is evidenced by
the wny they expressed' thjunsclvcs
this morning In tho Kalilllnulanl Hnll.
In the first place, they havo been
and aro still advising tho people to
nirtuy, mey navi been mid nnf still
telling tho Hawallans, Irrcspcctlvo of
"lclr lmn niiiuallons, to throw down
Link McCandless, who is trying to
carry tho Democratic banner to vic
tory. According to David Kalauokalanl
Sr., nnil Win. Mossmnu Jr.. who wore
In consultation this morning In the
printing department of tho Homo
Iliilo organ. It is certain that the
Homo Rulers Intend to, mid will, with,
out doubt, work against McCandless
from now on.
Kalauokalanl stated this morning
that he will not work for McCandless.
oven. If ho was given tempting offer
to campaign for tho Democratic Doss,
"1 will not "consent to work for Mc
Caudlrss, if ho asks mo to assist him
In this campaign." said Kalauokalanl
when Interviewed Ibis morning. "I
l am going to advice tho people to vote
rnr Notley. And should I find that
they will not oto for my man. Notley,
then I will u?p my best effort to In
fluence them to cast their votes for
Kuhlo, tho Delega'o.
"I am opposed to McCandless, and
will accordingly advise my friends to
throw him down. I nm qulto certain
Hint ho will not bo ablo to poll ns
many yteu this year, as ho did In
"I nm positive that I will ha heated
nicely on Hawaii I moan polltlcilly,"
said Chas. K, Not'ey. when seen on
tho streot this nftcrnnnh. Ho was
Just as confident In making his state
ment, as If hn knew what was com
lng,to lilm o;i election day. Ho said
that tho Ilonin Rulers In Komi and
Kohaln aio rfrm In llu-lr conviction,
"They nro not nnd cannot bo easily
led around. They k,now what Is best
for them to do. I bcllevo they aro
going to support mo and the Homo
"Personally I would like to seo Mil
kekau and Lewis elected as Senators.
Makeknu Is ono of the best Homo
Rulers. Ho has proven himself, wor
thy of the C'uifldcnre of tho public.
Notley hat) not yet derided wjion to
go out campaigning on Uio Islands. Ha
mid his k ok ins have, b;cn holding
meetings In the suburbs of the town.
Last night, tho Homo Rulers held
n largo meeting In Mollllll.
i ' ""!
lVt'tikiy Ilnllctlu $1 irr jenr.
Our New I'hono
City Transfer bo. (Jas. 11. Love)
TWENTY DAYS FROM MANILA
TROOPSHIP IN COMMAND OF CAPTAIN HEALEY HAD UN
EVENTFUL TRIP FROM MANILA VIA' NAGASAKI ONLY
CASUALS AND CIVILIANS ON BOARD SAILS T.0DAY
Just a little under twenty days tho
army transport tlr-d up to Alnkua
wharf this morning nt elecn o'clock
having sailed from Mnn'l.i on Septem
ber lfi nt roon.
It wns nn unoientfiil voyage finni
tho fiilcnt, the Sheridan going to Na
gasaki to conl and hailing from Hint
poit for Honolulu on September 21.
The Shrrldan has on Inard Ibis trip
"1 first and 28 second class cabin' pis
seng'ers, 300 enlisted men (casuals) of
the army and twenty-four from the
navy and marine crops, forty-ono civi
lians nnd cx-soldlers b sides twelvn
military prisoners being taken to the
Males to scrio their sentences.
Leaving Manila the Shertdnn had
ocr 100 sicks of mall for tho stairs
but this was transferred at Nngasak'.
to an Empress liter which will reach
Vnncouyer Sondi)). Ten sacks of mall
wcro brought to Honolulu from Ma
nila nml Nagasaki.
'Wo had n flno trip." said genial
Captain Mike Henley this morning In
rcsnonse to n question, "we Just sklp-
Sicdj'ill the typhoons nnd ovcry oilier
nil of trouble nnd have nothing to
Mrs. Healey went out In Mniitlr '
'with the skipper last tilp and will re
main In tho Orient soxcril months.
probably until Mnrch or Apill of'u xt
yenr beforo returning to the slates.
Mrs. John J-HershltiC-wifc. of 'Rrlg
ndlcr ncnern! Pershing commanding
the department of Mindanao In the
Philippines, Is a passenger on the
Sherman accompanied by her three
children nnd governess.
Among tho rllllan passengers on
board Is J. W. Fcrrlcr, special deputy
collector of custhuis nt Manila, who Is
going to the slates for a six months'
There mo a "number of other em
ployee? of bolli tho civil and military
government going to tho stntci on
lcao of absence by tho vessel.
Tho Sheridan docked nt Alakea
street wharf today nnd will sail from
thcro nt flvo this afternoon bound for
Passengers leaving from Honolulu
Includo Paymaster nnd Mrs, Hnrnborg
or of tho navy. Lieutenant Colono'
Dullard, General McCnskey (retired)
and Mrs. McCnskey. nnd n number of
soldiers going to tho const for tholr
Part of the easiinln on board tho
vessel were gien tdimo llbiuty' nnd
got to tho wharf ns soon as tho cibln
passengers had dlhcmburkcd.
Clx With Co-I.
Five thousand tuns of coal are on
board the horso transport Dlx, which
Is due to arrive In port from Manila
nnd Japan on October 10. Tho Dlx
goes to MUM direct from Mnnllu aft
er din 'barging horses, and'tit that
point takes on conl for the quartcr
mnrtcr department. This coal Is
furnished by Mitsui Hussar Kalslia,
which obtained tho contract In Ma
nila tho first ot the year, giving a
lower rnto than tho importers of
Australian conl from Nowcnttlo
could quote. Captain Ankors Is In
command of the Dlx nnd nfter dls
charging her coal nt Honolulu tho
vessel will sail direct for Seattle,
where a cargo of horses will be taken
on. In addition to thoso for Ma
nila, hortes for tho Fifth Cavalry
will bo brought to. Honolulu,
Off to Hllo.
It was r, o'clock jesterday nftor
noou when the Mutton liner Wllhel
mlnn got au'ay from tho railroad
wharf for IliUv after discharging
over .1000 tons of rnign hern. IIo
sldcs tho goncral caigo of 2000 tons
the Wllho'iulna took nbniit twenty
passengers tq tho Dig Island, among
whom were Itudolph Sprockele nnd
Thomas Magce, who will visit the
volcano. Tho Wllhelmlna will re
turn to Honolulu on Saturday to take
on cargo, palling for tho Coast Wed
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure nny case of Itching, Mlind,
HIccdinp; or Protruding Pilca in 0 to
1 4 days or money refunded. Mudo by
PARIS MEDICINi: CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A. -
Number Will He
ON PAQE EIQHT.
Two American ships nrc among tho,
charters to bring coal from tho Atlalt
tic coabt to tho naval station here,'
the Kdwnrd Sowall, which arrlved'ii't
Philadelphia from Honolulu a fpwl
unys ago, ami the William P. Frypj
being tho two cssels. In adilltlonjln
uiumj iu ttiiiin uiu 1.UWIH i.iicKcuuacn
and the. Urltlsh steamers llcllopotbij
Htralhbcrg and Stratlillllan arc on trio
berth to load coal at Newport News,
for Hawaii. ''
As to Mcnqolla.
It Is expected that tho Pacific Mall
steamer .Mongolia will nrrIo hero lo
morrow from tho Orient, but this Is
only gticss-wotk on the pait of tho
ug..'iiH us Cipt.iln Kilt has not deign
ed to notify them of his position oi'
time of mrlMil. List ovculng he sent
a bik-f message to tho effect that u
eel tain number of gangs of stevedores
wcio needed to dlschargo the cargo
of tho vessel, nnd the nmonnt of cargo
on board, neyoud this he said nothing.
As to whether tho men are to bo nt
tho dock tomorrow morning, tomor
row iifternoon, Saturday, or next week
tho ngentt; li.no no means of know
ing. Captnln Kill appears to be running
the Mongolia for hl:t own pleasnreinnd
not at nil for tho b-nellt of tho V'lb
llci Theio nro over twen'y pissen
gem In Honolulu booked to leave) for
tho roast by this esscl, but they havo
nn definite i.iriins of knowing when
the- stennicr li to nrrhu nnd sail.
Tho agents will try to get n wire
less through to tho great captain of
tho Mongolia late Hits afternoon ask
ing for more definite information ns
to his whcrcaliouts.
Hall to Be Held.
Instead of sailing today ns usual,
tho Inter-Island steamer W, 11. Hnll
will not ho dispatched for Kauai
ports until tomorrow iirtcrnoou nt C
o'clock. This i-hungo In tho sailing
time of tho Hall Is made, so that
Kauai passcngciH coming down on
tho Slcri-n, which Ib duo tomorrow
morning, may make cloee connec
tions for tho Garden Island Instead
of waiting In Honolulu for several
Virginian and Hyades.
Thcrolwero two sailings from So.
nttlo for Honolulu on Tuesday, tho
Virginian of tho American-Hawaiian
line, mid lly.ides, operated by Ithri
MiitHon Navigation Company, both
sailing for this port on that date.
Tho Virginian Is bringing .New York
freight transported vln Tohuautcpoj
and cargo p: ked up on tho Coast,
mid the Hjndcs Is bringing n gen
eral cargo from Coast ports.
Sierra Cue Early.
Knily tomorrow morning the Ocean
ic Hiipi- Sierra will ho off port uc
cording to u wireless niossago receiv
ed Jioin Captuln Ilnudlctlo Inst night
At eight o'clock last uicnlng (hu
ranter was but 510 miles from por'.
Id n smooth sen, cloar weather and
fresh easterly winds,
Tomorrow nt tho regular hour, !
cO lock, tho ete.imcr Clnudlno will ho
dispatched for Maul mid Hawaii
ports. Tho vestel will take the usual
geuoraj cargo mid ran nrcoimuodato
passengers omltg down on tho SI
errn who wljh tq go to tho volcano
as soon as possible,
According to c.-(blo advices receiv
ed 't tho local agency, tho Canadian
Auttriilluii Unci' Zealandla arrived at
Sydney on October I. Tho vessel
sailed fiom Honolulu fur the south
on September 17.
esteiday tho barkentlno S. O,
wuuor sailed riom Mnhukoiin, hound
r- u-.. I I n.i.i.. ,...-
for San I'laticlsco, This Inforimi
tlon was received by Honolulu Ship
ping Guide Into yesterday afternoon
The schooner Columbia U mi tout ,
to Hawaii from tho Coast. Tho Co-
lumhla sillied from Urnvs Harbor on
October I mid Is bound for Knhuliil
with n lumber cnrgov
Srlled for Newitle. .
At nlno o'clock thin morning the'
British ficlghtcr Kithcrlno Park sill
ed for Ncwcnstlo, N. S. W., In lul
last. Tho steamer biouglit n full cargo
tir coil to the navy from tho Atlan
tic coast which was discharged nt
Santa Maria Off,
Early this morning tho oil steamci'
Santa Maria Balled from railroad
I whhrt bound for Port San" Luis'. The
Santa Maria arrived from tho oil port
two days ago with u full cargd.
... - - i j
! V. S. A. T, 'Sborldan, from Manila
rud Nagasaki, a. in. ,
Stinr. Knthcrlne Park for Newcastle
N. S. V., a. m.
Stmr Santa Maria, for Port San
Luis, n. m.
II. ii. A. T. Sheridan, for San Frnn
clrco, S p. ni.
Per U, S. A. T. Sheridan from Ma
nila nnd Nagasaki, Oct. C Oco, II.
Andt us. Lewis P Ualley and wife, Mrs.
.Walter O. noswcll and Inrunt son, Kl
mrr J. Hunting, Henry Caldwell, 1st
Lieut. A. II. Carter and wife. Mrs. No
ble Carter. Captain John J. Clnrk,
Krnnk ACook, 2nd, Lieut, Wpi. At D,i
Itinf, 'Manning Dawklns, J. WFor'rio'r.
Surg. Harry A. Garrison, wife and
daughter, Thos. I-'. Oavlgan, Harold N.
Ornves. Dentnl Surg. W. 11. Hammond
wlfo nnd two daughters. Ensign .1. II-
Howell, Miss Marlon Huff, Mrs.'jnnios
8. Kennedy nnd son, 1st. Lieu. Robt.
W. Kerr nml wlfcj F. I'.. Lindrum. 2nd
Lieut. Mnnlcy Iiwton, Miss .Inula A.
Latimer, Roono P. Lcatherman, Chns.
A. List, Mrs. Tlioi. K. Moss and
daughter, lit Lieut. Win. O. Mullcr
Hugh Nolan, Robt. B. Olive, wife and
Infant rou, L Olson, John A. Perkins.
Mrs. John J. Pershing, three children
and govorncss, Mrs. R. I. Recs nnd
son. Cnpt. Kdwln Rlrh. Win. Robertson
ami wife, Mrs. H. F. Roller nnd son,
Mis. K, It. Ryan. Cnpt. Charles It
Sanderson, Vorno Slmklns L. Smith.
Charles O. Smith. Charles I). Spruit,
Mrs. Charles Stewart, Howard Strov
cr, Mrs. H. I). Swilling, 1st. Lieut.
Thos. C. Walker, Mrs. J. T. Watson
and daughter, .Mrs. Myrtle G. Whlstoii
Theo. C. Zschokke and foil. For s'an
Francisco: 1st. Lieut. Preston 8. Kel
logg, Miss Almn Krauthoff. Mlsi Li
lian KrunthntT. J. II. Williams and
wife, Mrs. Geo. 11. Vosburg, Sprgt. J
O. Ilrown, Mis, Charles "P, Ilrowno
and Infant son, D. T. Clement, Mrs.
Win M. Downey, Otto Kdcnholm, Au
gustus Fink, George Gelling. O. O.
Ilardcbcck, Chester Hull, Ordnance
Sergt. John Jardlne, Mrs. Anthony M.
Kohlrr, Scigt. James N. Lothrop. wife
and Bon,lst. Scrgt. Timothy Lynch,
1st. Scrgt. Dennis MackAndrew May
John W. Monnhan, Mrs. 'Cornelius
Quick, 1st. Sergt. Charles .'Rlttntnn,
IH11II6 S Sauci-H und wlrb.MIss, Res
tlo Tnrlston, James W. Wnke'ley, wife
and daughter, ItrcJIda Vuson'
Per S. S. Mongolia, for Sun Fran
cisco, Oct. 8. Alice Alacfnrlanc, Mr.
and Mrs. Miicfarlauo, V. II. Frlcdly,
Emll Hermit, W. Waterhouse, Mrs. A.
H. WntorhoiiBo, Tsok Knl Tso, MVs.
nnd Miss Angus, Paul Wl'hlngton, A.
W. Perelstrous, W. P. Stevens, L. Ste
vens, Mrs. L. Hcnrlques and Miss Hen.
rlques, Samiiol King. K. Kopkc.
For .Maul nnd Hawaii ports, per S.
S. Claiidlno, Friday, p. in. J. M. Lid
gate, Wm. Zcibe, Mrs. H. M. Wells,
K, Rocndnhl and family, Mrs. M. J.
Super, J. P. Martinez.
I'm- Kiiual ports, Friday, por 8. 8,
Wr)ri.'!u1l, p. m.!
Miss K. Rice, A. II.
II. Wacrhouso Co'.
CHINA MAY OFFER
ROOSEVELT A JOB
Gossip Says That a Post as
Adviser to the Regent May
Be Opened to Him,
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. Tho news
that Colonel Roosevelt may bo ask
ed to accept tho post' of ndvlser to
the regent of China nt n. very largo
cuiiiry was current in rcKIng a
month nnt nernrriltir. In riw IMIIIni.. '
Edgar Gel, who has Just rcturno-l
to America nfter a jear spent in
studying tho political situation In
Dr. Olel left Poking on August I
nnd at that tlmo, he says, It was
rurrcnt gorslp ,In political circles
that tho palace authorities were con.
Bldorlntf u proposition to engage Col
ono! Roosevelt to assist In piloting
thp coutitty-through a rather stormy
Many of tho diplomats, Dr. Olol
d'oclares, wcro confident' that tho. of
fer would appeal to tho American
'gx-Prcsldcnt, nnd' might Induce him
Lo ubandhn the light against the
losses horo to become n boss him
self in the Flowery Kingdom.
Cl. nnlrtn.v ,, nn...lltl..n. r nl.l
Ml'VMI.lllf, Ut LUIIUIVIUI1B, Ul, 1I1VI.
'"i "' was an miti-uauy move
innnt In f'l.lii.i tl.n l.,.lr.. i....l
ment In China, the leaders being on-
posed to tho tule of tho child Em-j
poror. This movement, ho said, If1
It grow lupldly, ns many thought It
would, might result In' n revotu-
(.'liliui Is frtomlly lo this counlrj-.l
he said, nml llin nrexnnt li-wlf.ru In I
that country regard Prosldent Tnft
Only Two Days More For
-v Voters to Qualify For v
X Election., 1
Fourth District 3327
Fifth District 3412t
Total ..'. 6730
ITp to noon today reglstrntlnn hud
continued to fall below what It
should be, and Chairman S. F. Chll--llngworth
of the registration board
declares that unless more Interest
Is shown, tlie figures will fnll far
below the original estimate.
Last night, tho sixth of OUolier,
tho registration .was GGOG, n combi
nation of four sixes. Thin morning;
tho registry ofllce nt A I alt on and King;
rtrccts wns open, hut only thirty reg
istered from tho Fourth nnd forty
three from tho Fifth District.
Tho hours ot registration nro:
7:30 to 9:30 n. m., 12 in. to 1:30
p. m., 4 to G:3Q p. m. Registration
will positively cj.osc, next Saturday
night nt 10 .o'cloeli, tho'bobk,.hclne;
open continuously from fourVlintll
that time. " ,
At tho request 5tmnny votofs nt
Lellchua, the board this afternoon
Is holding n sperlnl session jltiicre.
Tho bonrdj went-out, by, nutcjjinolillo
ut 1:30 thlrf n'fternoon'and vylll ro
turn for tho Inter session boreJiiThls
Is not required by Jaw, but fsidono
for tho convenience -of tho voters.
Defense or Wilhclmina Sailors
Heard By the U. S.
A contention oroiniJistlflnhlo dis
crimination Is' ihd'basls tiixin which
George Davis Is defending tho twenty
four sailors of tho Wilhclmlnn whoso
hearing on a chargo of breaking thu
United States quaranttno rcgiilutlouu
wuh begun beforo Cmninlssloncr Al
bert Judd yesterday afternoon.
According to tho evidence that w.n
aildiucd ut tjicljcarlng yostcrday tin
ship -was fn (luaranllmililUnltliij sail
ors left ibutMinlyjiui directed ndalnst
thcniBel'vcs, brsMorshall mid Ibimus
or the United States Quarantlnq ser
vice testifying ,thattlir'fiiid. nltnwed
tho cabin pnsscngciti and 'tho otnt;er3
First Ofllccr Peterson of tho Wllhel
ml mi testified Hint ho had liifnimeil
tho crow of tho quarautlno of tho ship
nnd warned them that If they went
ushnra they would not lu allowed (,i
return to tho vessel. It devoloped,
however, nt tho hearing that tho crow
was not mustered In n -body nnd In
formed of tho exact status of tho
Tho hearing will be continued to
-. if-f-t .-I'
-Arc Caught In Act of
This afternoon at 1 o'clock, Dctcc
tlvo Kollett and his men made, a hur
ried trip to lw-llol und there cap
tured nlno Porto RlennB mid Hawal
lans who woro engaged In playing
tho fascinating gnmo of "7-11."
Tho hunch wns taken by surprise,
und tho detectives wcro on top of
them before tho men. realized that
thcro wrro police in tho vicinity.
Somo of tho gamblers got away, but
the special officers held on to tho
men they had grabbed at tho first
Tho nlno prisoners wcro tnken to
tho police station mid bunked for an
Interview with Judgo Andrudo to
morrow morning. Evidence to tho
nmonnt of $7 wus found, besides the
dlco that Is used In tho game.
IN FOREIGN PORTB
ThurtdnyJ October 6.
MAHUKONA Hailed Oc'pS,: Dktne.
8 f'r. Wilder, for Snn Francisco.
HIIX) Sailed Oclj 1; S S. jrlionan,
We feel sorry for the man who
thinks that everybody elso is dishon
est. ... . . .-. ,r .
rliy lULfy (,iri llllllllS II IS UP 10
her to teslst u klsn slin really wants.
Half ii million in cold cash makoi a
fat widow nlro nnd plump,
An experienced stonngrapher, Tern,
pornry position only. Apply P, O.
nox 317. 4742-tf
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