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Oceanic Second Degree,
All visiting members ot tbt
Order are cordially invited to
attend meeting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
imMir jruniurritM Members of
BENEFICIAL ASWIATIOH Sons
dially invited. '
HAKMONY IODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening At
j!30 in I. O. 0. F, Hall, Port Street,
E. n. HENDRY, Becretary.
P II. E. McCOY, Noble arand.
!AU visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IODQE, Ko. 1, K. of P.
" Meets every first and third Frl
Uay evening at 7:30 In IC. ot P. Hall,
corner Port and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, 0. 0.
1 " O. P. 1IE1NE,IC n. B. .
HAWAIIAN TBIBE.No. 1,1. 0. B.M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
'Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
t. A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
' E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AEBIE, 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
,7130 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
JleretanU and Tort jtrects. , , f
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
W. It. IlILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Bee.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E
. Honolulu Lodge No.-"8lfivTir--p.-p'1
Elks, meets In their nan, on Kins
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers aro coruu.j
Invited to attend. . . .
jas. d. DouannitTYrc. R--
- GEO. T. KUUEQEL, Sec
' WM. HcKINLEY LODQE, NO. 8,
Meet, every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlug at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P,
Hall, cor. Port and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially InvHed to at
tend. , , j.
II. A. TAYLOTt, 0. 0.
E. A. JACOUHUfl, iv. . o.
Complete Office, Fixtures
"jjformntafe delivery. Address P,
17, BOX KIH, nuuuiiuu,
Folding Chairs & Tables
-J. Hopp is Co., Ltd.
'" J ' - "J"""' -!'
Clikiro Now at the
TJNT0N BARBER S H 0 P
" 'NEW BARBER A competent man
d' I...1 ......1 trnm thai f!.1.-it
M, VIERRA .Tropiletor I
IN POLICE COURT
(Continued from Pace 1)
the cm Is of Ills bnbv mid nulotlv
The child looked nnmriil In surprise
and, seeing Hie tons, throw lior llida
arms around lief "DaililnV neck anil
kissed the tears nun). The mother
simply glared nt the pilr. ntul wW
on with her sordid storj or now ncr
husband hml without mi) umocaUoit,
liolntcd n lovolvcr nt her head and
threatened to shoot, her v
When sho had concluded her story,
Mrs Oouvcla (Intuited from the wit'
ne-ss stand and. walking ner to where
her Ini'liind was sitting with tlio baby
girl In his arm, grabbed the child Ylnd
cast n look nt hlni that expressed tlio
grontes' bite finuvela's head sank
down nnd lie looked hroken hearted. I
Tho nnn's slors of the nffalr was
that he v.enl liiuiin on Sundn night
nnd found that Ills wife whs n.way
from th hnuso ltnlng Hint she win
ilqwii town ho decided to meet nil tho
cars fioni nine o'clock on At flo
minutes to ten, Mrs. Cbuelu and an
other vtninin stcpiied of n ear and
close In their wake were two Mildlers
Tlio hiisliand crouched hick In somo
bushes, nnd watched the pirty walk
past. Shortl) nfterw arils' Mrs. Hon
eln happened to look hack and Mio
saw her liuslnnd follow lug her Kin
at once called out to the other woman
and tho pilr of holdlers rim nwnj
Then (louel.i said tha' he became
vor nncr, nnd pmcetded to the
liousc whero his wife and h r friend
had gona to There ho demanded that
his wife cnniQ out nnd go home with
lilm,. She enmo to the door nnd h'
flmirlshed his rcoler and erkd out
(lut lie would shoot her If she was
untrue to him
loiter on the wrman we.it homo and
the husband mvp his reioUcr to r.
Hawnllaus, In order to t-lmw his wife
that ho had no Intention of shoolln?
her Just then The wminn next morn
lng,sworo out a warrant for flomcd'a
Arrest and the else cVlluo up thli morn
Atlornoy T M Harrison nppfnred
for the defendant, and ho nuked his
client If he had cicr been In Jail Clou
eIa replied that oer. twenty jears
ago he was sentenced to ono month's
Imprisonment for shooting n ehlcken
Ho added that II was A M llrowil
who conducted tho prosecution nt that
tlmo. Drown thereupon, stood up nnd
remarked: "I was Iil'Tloston tvent
qnrs ago, nnd certafnly'wns'too dunK
to appear In court hetp,
Judge Andrado, hllhouslv nffeclei iv
tho bjo-play ) th'o Ut'fe rhlld-hail
nd option hut to order tho defendant
to find boniN to be of good behnvlo
for ono J oar, nnd lie so ordered Thero
In n- illorce suit p ndlng nt prnscut.
nnd the (loiiveln homo will proliablv.
bo biokon up. What will beenmo o
tbccbalMiKirbis:nDt:.iruiroscnt rn r -
but It is bard luck on tha child which
over way IJ goot,
.sis. 1 A ,
Y.A.T H I N 0
Hotel Street, off
The Consumer's Choice
defines our selection of Champagne.
The Drjnk of the Connoisenr
In Quarts, Pints' and Splits
Our stock of (
EUROPEAN. CRASCA-BIANCA AND
Is selected with the same care ns
regards. Uio choice of our custpmers.
Wo q.irr) nil other good brands of
liquors. Deliveries made In all parts
of tho city.
Macfarlane & Co.. Ltd.,
Phone ,2020 Queen. Street
REOAL SHOE CO
Xing and Bethel
SUMS AND CAMERAS
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PldURE FRAMINQ
1030 Nuuanu Street
The tablet sold by trie Bttlle
tin for -a nickel is twice ns lare'e
as the tablet usually sold for this
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Dest at The l'ncore.
Ml$s Louise Irwlu, hairdresser nnd
manicure Ilocm C". Young Hldg , '
jA'n'svr stunt every (lay nt the An
chor Siloon, Ximnmi 'and King. '
'Six-chair shop; 'no long waits.
Silent iBarbcr Shop, Hotel street'. ,
J'ay cash and hsk for green slumps.
They're free "'JCnll at the show room a
and see wh.it' ou get free for
S. Hocking n popular plantation
man or Pain, Maul, Is In Honolulu for
i few divs Ho made tho trip prim
arily In order to place Ills two utmg
children 111 pchool In Honolulu
Inspector I'enncll nrroUed two hus-
nng on Saturdnj night and charged
hem with s'lHng booze without n II
censo This mornlliB nt tho police
court the pair were lined $100 om
r, tiiimcla who was ordered to find
bonds for good behaxlor for ono ear
was further prosecuted this morning
b his wifn Sb" sworo out another
eompl.ilnt to tho effect Hint be had
beaten her romo two weeks ago.
John Pern index, deputy sheriff of
Ewn. has sworn to n complaint charg
ing two lapatieSo w'lth IfaSlng stolen
2i,,(i worth or goods from tmr resi
dence of CJovernor Prcnr nt I'i'nri
Clt: tho delluty will nrres tho men
some tlmo this afternoon,
Has Spent Seventy-Five thou
sand Dollars' On Sugar
Estate at Calamba.
That Alford Plnlcy Thaier. cist'
wlillo newspipcrmnu mid liol manag'
er of Cnlnmbi K-itnte Compauj, I'hlllii-
plnes, has stump Incklng from Hoiuv
lulu Is tho news received here private-
lyiJii tho Joft tnnll
to Manila wllh creden
tials signed I v the Dlllliighams nnd
through these lellorni obtained tho
largo secllon of lain! nt CnHmbi for a
Up to date, early In September,
Thad h'ad spent foi tho land nu.l
for fhiiro)rmontH etc. n total of 7r,
Oflo In United Htntes cuirency'nnil
Hill had n considerable balmco In tho
lom the tlmo that Thajer went
to Jho-Orlent- ns n promoter nlleglng
llii) Iin una ll.lpkoil 111 1 1ll lltl l-llllll (Mil
hi 111 " lBWiWltrhnn been made In this
cltv bj tltofo Interested that the)- had
anvthlng to do with Thnjor's scheme
of raising sugnr In. tho PhUlpplnes.
Thnjor's crpilont'lals presenjed to
OdVcrnment ifllclaM )l. tho llilllii
lilntB bear ho signatures of tho Ho
noltilu Dllllnghntiis howover. accord
ing to tho Information from Manila.
The Calamba Estate Conipiny's land
lies but n short dlstunco from lanlla
wllh a water frontngo such that thu
prdduct can bo sont to Mhntla easily
by water thus doing nway w(lh tin
expensive hauling usually necessary.
lto was making considerable of n
stir around Manila wllh a now- nnlo
mobile and other shows of wealth, but
ho Is reported o hnvo stopped pa
ment on somo of his personal check.J
given while on pleasuro bent. s
f ' .
Cluli-rooms for Jts vn,l,oycs ,mvo
been lilted up by ,tli IIopolulu Iron
Works. The remodeling nnd rurnlsn
Ing of tho r.oon'iH has cost sovornl
thouMnd dollars, but the company In
tends to care for Its omplojos rogard
less of expense.
In order to secure available, floor
space, the Iron Works changed tho
big drawing-room to nnother building,
nnd for the main club-room now has
n floor space approximately 30 by 49.
This has been made .Into n well-furnished
rending nnd lounging room,
with tho magazines and books. Part
of tho library Is devoted io technical
maguslnes, such ns will nppe.il to the
uinbltlous workmen. ,j
The building of club room? Is a
lata movement ninotig local mnuufiie
turlng llrms The llupld Transit
company has a cliib-housa'for Its em
ployes, nnd tho move or the Honolulu
Iron Works is to bn followed by se,v-
icrnl other llrms that hire a largo
number of men. -
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Monday, Octcber 10.
YQJOHMA Arrived Oct. 8:
Chlbn, licnco Sdpt, 2C
SAN ntANdSCO Balled Oct. 8: S.
8, Hllonlnii, for llqnnlulu
HAN PItANCISCO Sailed 05t. 8 H,
8 Knterprlse, for Hllo.
MIDWAY ISLAND Arrived Oct.
8chr. riuiirence Ward, hence Sept.
. i ,., t V- J1 ' '
City Transfer Co.
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Sfl ' L. ' ""O I
ADDITIONAL 'SHIPPING ON PAGE .EIGHT. '
FEBRUARY EXCURSION CAUSES
LAWS WHICH COMPEL BUSINESS MEN TO EMBARK AT
CANADIAN PORT FOR HONOLULU ON FOREIGN STEAM
'ER CALLED RIDICULOUS WHAT THEY SAY.
The excursion ot liuslncss men of
tho conht which Is hound foi Honolulu
wl'hln a lew .months nnd tlio momliCM
of lilclviniist go to Canada to out
li.irtr tn n rnrnltyn nnrill flit' Ilrinitluhl
nin lis tho in cm h of oKilng tlio
yex of these Inlluontl il im;i lo the
necessity of suspension of Iio coast-
wlso inwrf between Honolula and coast
jorts, iiccordlng to certain Bhlpplng
papers of the mast I
This excursion, which will bo com-
poked of mcmborH "f commercial bod'
Ion In Oiegon nnd Wnshli)g'on, lin
Chnrt'rcd tho (liand Trunk nlcainer
Prince Itiipcrt nnd will emlnrk nt the Impost falling most heavily on sec
Vancomor or Vlttoila for tho trip to oiidhnnd ships of the t)po that has
Honolulu. been free!) Immlit lo nmjnrnt the
Shipping Illustrated In Its Issuo of Jnpjncso mercjiitllo net,
September 21 sajs. ' Krom one print of cw this will
"Another Instance Is n' hand of tliOj pnilnps bp bird on tho foielgn ven
ridiculous situation creatnl bj our dnr of ships but from nno her point
coastwlpo laws so far as thc affect ( mi li beneficial to tho owners of
Canada. llio (linnd Trunk Pacific fmrlgn phlps nt leist until such time
Compan steamer Prlnco ltiicrt has ns the lapmese can produce n sum
been chaiteicd b n party of North- clcnt ninnunl of tonnige for their own
westprn business men Irom Peiltle, reqiilionirnts, ns (ho proposed policy
Taconja, Portland, Spokane nnd oilier will of n neressit add (o tlio expense
cities for' nirulso to Honolulu, next of running .Inpancso s'eamcrs. on nc
February. As. howeier, an nccin mij- count ot tho Prst cost However,
ago between tho maliil mil and Ilono-'rhould a sonorous government subsidy
luis. Is 'coastwise' niiUillmi, tho be granted tn Ihe usign diss of steam
Prlnco Ilupcrt, which Is a llrlllih os- rr. tho effect of llio-lnrlff oiild un
sol, will hao to emlnrk her pissen-
gcrs nt Vancouver or Victoria, 11 C,
notwithstanding that tho trip Is im.lor
the nusplcoH of llio Seattlo Clinmliei
of Commerce '!
Tho l'nelnc (Marine Hevliiw- for Ron-
It was amlnnnrcd at tlio nfTlccs of
tho Oranil Tnj.ik Pacific Hullwnv Com
piny roei!ntl)thnt nogotlnlons for tho
chartering of'tliti steamship Prince
Huport lo carry n party of Nor'tiweiit
cm imsliiess mon from Seattle, Ta
coma Poitlaiid, Spokane and other
cl'.los to Honolulu had been concluded.
Tho tilp will Iiq niado under the aus
pices of tho Soiftlo Chamber ofiCpni
mqice, Tho P.lnco Rupcit will leay
on lebrunrj 1 nnd leturn I iirnaiy
2S, 1811 As t)K coastwlso Unfile Iiwk
nppl) lo tho Hawaiian Islands It Is
piobiblo that tho stoamer will dejint
fiom nud .mho o( either Voucouvcr
or Victoria, II C."
Japan Coasting Trade,
That passengorft, from ono .Inpancso
port to nnolher may travel only On
.la pa n I'M) hleamors not jear Is piob
nhjo from tho roort vvhldi Ins giln
ed circulation fiom Japan.
.It Is stated hnt iho sijvcnimeut
plans to change I Is, laws so ns In nl
lim. in!yi,la.iiioMi khljis to carry paa
senges JielUfojifYokiiluipia., kKnbot Na
gasaki sud jOth(t fliH nml Hiinuid
llila lift tlritiAf If iriii1fl4 .nmill rln r)ti.
sldcrdlile loss fir frtrt 1?if shjps In tho
', $ Tjie North Tiftrfppn I.lojd, 'Peninsula
Plidl Oriental. 'Hunburu America
Pfcnch Mall and 'other Hues of less
Importance make Yokohama Ihelr ter
minus in the Pnr Cast fiom Hurope.ui
porta, nud thoy oirry a largo liumbci
of passengeiB between Japinesa ports
Amerlcin ships would bo consider
nblo losers by this no'w ruling ns the
Pacific Mall does considerable cmst
Ing buslnoss between Yokohnnii, Kobe
and Nagasaki, and If this chango In
Iho lawn In niado It will iindoublodtv'
ho aimed nt Ameilcan moro than oth
er shipping This would bo n rotnlli
Hon ngaltiht Amorlci for not nllowlir;
Japmei-o ships to cirry passengors
and freUht between Hawaii and Cali
fornia, Liverpool Journal of Commoreo has
tho following lo say of tli proposed
"A Liverpool gonllonnn prominent
III flilppliig'dielcB nnd connorted wllh
iho Jnpinern ndolntorvlewed by a
Joprnnl of 'Commerce jeproscntatlvp
stated that In Ills opinion, should the
Japanese decide t,o eairy out tho pin
pored rof-crvaMon, It would not affect
foreign ships to the extent tint was
gent rally supposed, for Iho passenger
and cirgo eirrylng trndo petuoon Jap
anese ports was of veiy secondary
rnnslderallon Ho further slated Hint
Jthp bulk of the pasBengor tindo was
done fiom American nud Caundlnii
purls anil by sbjps belonging to Ihehe,
countries, both of vvlilrh nlionly had
I Iho same ipslrlrllons In operation, and
0! ,cons(iiieiity they could not take ox
feptlon to another counlry following
I ilieir oxaiupic, tnv uuiy ciiippius
(Jns. IL Love)
c.impnurcs that would sustain any loss
wiiuld be tho North fieiman J.IomI
C. P. H. nnd the American coinpanlos
running; Iroin Sou l'rauclrco nnd Seat-
1l lillf tin fmi (Irrtt plnu ti.-ludntiL-nrM
arc cairled bvtw-e.n .lapaueso porta'
tho ahovo mentioned companies nre
no' llkcl to take a serious IewijOf
the .now- sltintlon.
"What may Le ronslilcred of far
more Importanco Is tho sfatcinent th it
tho new J.Tpmu'o t.irllf Is alined nt
tho !ili-bullillng Industr) l) (he new
tnilff tlio duties on -cssela purrhasod
nlnnid have been largely Increased
do'ibtedly lio projildlclal' tri foreign
'rlilppln'S For thc"m'olueiit,!howovoi
there Is no omcl.il notification of tlio
, proposed nllorallon. and consequently
no Immcdlalo cause for alnmi
Will Br Din Week.
Ihfa will bo one of tlio big weeks
jln shipping circles us (hero are n Hum-
ucr ni r e.imeiR uuo from ino coast,
Orient nud Australian ports, !
Tonioriow jhq, Mnkiirn ijf jt fin Cam
dlan Australian flnf f(0i il Sidney
and tlm9hJ.yJJiriL will arrive lato
in tno day or early Wednesday mom
Ing from Sanl lfrsilcisco' 5 J '
Wednesday looming both tho Wll
hclmliin innl Siena SiallW San Trail
Cisco at ten o'clock, nnd tbo Sher
man Is due from San Prnnrlsco bound
tor .Mnnlla on tho saino day.
Thuisday th- Virginian Is duo and
Pilday the Mnram.i comes In from
Vancouver wllh tho Tenjo In tho nf
ternoon or early Saturday mmiiliig
ri om Iho Orient,
Coubllnp Present Service.
Ilhio runnel lino Is doubling Its pro
s. nt service between Liverpool and
Vinrnuvei via tho Par i:.ist dlspitch
Ing n steamer every two weeks on this
mi The tegular service maintained
by this l.ugo freight cnrrlng concorn
has been weekly lo Yokohama nnd
every fomth boat going across Iho
P.ulfip In A'niicouvcr.
Tho mote frci.uont service Is linit
Riirited lo hniullo tho contract of
Upllcd Slilej) goeiiiui"nl suppllns
fiom Iho west cmst to Manila which
amoim's. to S0,00ft tons nnnu illy nnd
which this company recently lecclvcd
tho conlract for cirrjlng.
Out After Trade.
That pacific Mall Company Is after
tho fi eight business tn Kuropo ns well
as New York vja (be IsHunus In evi
denced by tho now freight rates quot
ed which cut under tboso.of American
Hawaiian company considerably.
Iho low billing Includes nil Import
nn shipping centers of Kuinjie, mich
ns London, Ilnmbuig, Constantinople),
Copenhagen, Liverpool, rjremen, Ant
werp nnd Paris
Under theso new rates quintltlcs of
California fruit pinducts have begun
to mnvo. Cannd gooils. dried fiults
and other nrtlclos of California pro
diiotlnns me finding nn easier mnrkot
lb''" fpr mmy jeirs past.
Tho I imdon rate offers an, Insinnco
of tho slzo of tho Pacific Mnll cut.
Heietnforp the business, ha? been mov
ing bv tlio Amei lean Hawaiian boatk
,, rs n ' ? ' ? n ?'' mrll!l want any pay f.on. them,
of B5 sfillllngs 4 pence per long ton of Ii0n, ,, , . '
2Z1 pounds Tho Pnclflc Mall has put' wl b tho ni,l liiL . ,
out n rate of 4T shilling's flat , Por.i ., "" ' ' "f "
less Ihniicarloi.I lot t.o Amerlcin-H i-
wnllan has maintained a rain of r,n
sillngs 4 penco The Paclflo Mnll
offers lo earrv a inlnlmiim of S3 ensos
nt tbo ,S shilling ralo.
Tho London rate Inaiiguriled by the
Pncino Mall, figured In Ameilenn mn
noy, amounts In Jn R0 per long ton
Tho tnrlff to Nw York per long ton
amounts to 8 90. The size of the cut
In Hi.. I.omltm ulieilllln lll.li
To Hnmburs the) siino slash has
been. made. To Copenhagen the Paci
fic Mall has put In a rate of 62 shil
lings & pence, ns against t,) shillings
10 pence of tho American-Hawaiian .
To Constantinople the schedule has
been lowered by the Pnclflc ,Mall to 02
(.hillings 8 pence, ns against the 72
shillings 10 pence figure of the Atne-ilcan-Hawnllnn
To Alexandria tho
Pacific Mall has cut Its tariff to CI
shillings S pence, ngnlnst tho "5 shil
lings 7 pence figure of tho American
Hawaiian. The. Kosmos line has kept its rafes
on n level with the American-Hawaiian
It Is believed that these two(llnes
will picpnic In some way to meet the
Blluntlon In n few davs Hates &
'Chesoborough will Inaugurate their
dispatch servleo to tho Isthmus of Pa
nama and wM In all prolnblllty io
come an Important factor In the rate
ftusslans to Coast,
tly every steamei some MusManl
brought hero nt the ixpcnno of the gov
ernment leave for the coast nnd when
the stcimers sailings this week depart
there will bo still o'hers taking pas
sage Ilot)i tho Sierra and Wllhclmlni
aio taking n number of Russians or
tho families ot Russians now on the
const, and the Mnkiirn w'hfch sails for
Victoria tomnriow tnkes n number of
the. men bound for the northwest.
From Island Port;.
There were several arrivals jester-
da j fiom (slnnd ports tholnost Import
ant being tho Mntson liner Wllhelmliia
coming back from Hllo nftcr discharg
ing cargo (here.
Other nrrivals included tho Mlka-
Other nrrivals Included tho Mlka-
nam from Mnul ami oMI0K.il. the Kl-
nau fiom Knual, the Hclenc from N'a
poojioo with fi 100 bags of sugar nnd
fit head of cattle, and th'o Wallcle from
Japanese for Tahiti.
Of the 112 Japanese passengers In
Hip steciago or tlio Mongolia bound
for Han Pranclsco 102 had (Innl destin
ation for Tahiti mid will tranship nt
the coast for tho Island destination
This is tho first party li'Jiind for thn'pnuy consists oftlie following well-a
riench possession from Jnpan and
inn bo nn opening wedgo for dissem
ination of Japnneso Iiborem Into oth
er lands from Tahiti nn n distributing
Although no wireless linn been re-
cejved from the n'ennier Mnkurn tho
agents. Then. II Davlcs and Companv,
expect (lint tho voircl will nrrlvo early
tomorrow. Tho MnUura belongs lo
tbo Can ullnn-Aiistrallan line and Is en
roulo from Sjdney to Victoria. Sho
will probably bo dispatched for Into
tomnnow'but may not got nway until
In From Gavlota.
Tho American ship Marlon Chllcott
nrrived In ln I this morning from (1 1
viola making the passage In sixteen
dns. Tho ship brought a cargo of nil
consigned to the Arsoclated Oil Com
rive or six of tho crw of the tram-
poit Dlx which Is nbw' In tho hnibnr
unloading niilmnls for tho qunrlci mas
ter's depirtuient bccimn euammireil
with tho beauties of Manila, its .do-
llghtful cllmato and easv going wn) i
and vvmt Into n coiumltleo of tbo
whole to dee Ido upon tho best courso
to pursuo to lcinnln heio.
Thoy sized up spvoinl proimsltloni
and finally ngiood that tho Mnnlh
patiolnion Job would about suit them,
so llioy proceeded to mnko un official
call ujioii tho chief. The chief did
not happen to bo In at tho tlmo but
the soigcant was. Ho was busy but
this didn't worry the olllco seekers
nnd the biggest nnd huskiest nt tha lot
tool: n scat on the corner of Iho ser
geant's desk, swung his leg In Idol
cm easo nud awaited nn opening,
"Say, SI," said ho wit ha true Mm
Ice,! Street ucceut, "what's tho chances
of a Job foi ills ging on do forcq?"
"lhoj'io fine,'' answered the scr-
gennt, "Tho first tlina wo have a,
l?nn,l nl,l fuclitfiiin.l e.lnn 1.11 i'
., . . ..... ...I,,,,,., ,.,, ,,,, unburn
ill mis low ii, drop in."
They nre nil going back on Iho Dlx
JOE LEAL HELPING
G. 0. P. POLITICIANS
His Big Machino Froo
tlio Republican Can
Joo Leal, ox-clilef of dotecthes. n
good Itepubllcan, has been plajlng "ten
nis political gnmo well for the Instl The examination will bo open to
few weeks. Ho Is still devotion his all comers who can r.lvo evidence erf
time nnd energy soliciting votes for!
tno uopiimie-nn candidates.
Lenl bus been giving his flue mn.
ciiiiio rm tno exclusive use of tho
Itepiihll.an candidates, who lm'
been (nnipalgnlng from tlmo to time,1
free of chnrgo. i(o has not nslted
lor any compensation. He docs not.
''7:'7T,'18 y' '
,' Satmd4 l.en look a iium--,
1"'r of tl,n 'liibllcan cuidldiitea to.
Koulau, whero they addicsse.l the
(voters He took them voluntarily.
i,ni1 without nhy pay. Those who
j "" ' '"Is big innrhliie were m
" Attorney Ilreckons um )Hm
Ilree.kons, Hob Shingle. Uitrry vou'
Holt, Manuel and 0iur. ,,
Sunday, Oct. 9.
U, S. A. T, Dlx, from Manila
Stmr. Mlkatiala, fftmi Mnul and Mo
Blmr. Wllhelmtnn, from IIIIo.
Stmr, klnnu, from Kauai ports.
Slnir. Helcno, from Napoopoo.
Stmr, Wnllole, from Mnkena,
Stmf. 'Mongolia, fo'Smi Prnnclsco,
George B. Howard Company
Coming With "Good
Next Monday evening tho New
Orpheum will reopen and will be
given oyer to high-cla&s drama and
tomedy for n season extending over
nn Indefinite period, with this
Ucorgc II, Howard Company In n
reperfnlro of plays ot the highest
order, Including many of the present
The new company of playeis,
whl:li will arrive In Honolulu Prl.
day an the Mnranta frbm Vancouver,
Includes fourteen members mid Is
headed by Wllllain Uoaniohd, one of
th be,t knowll gtock nct(jrg on the
).llcnc' ConBt. ,aile llst'iof p
which the Howard company will of
fer during Its local engagement In
clude such successes nn "The Witch
ing Hour," ''Tbo Tinvellug Sales
man," "I'atlier and the Hoys," "lle
causo She I.oved Him So, "Paid In
l'ull," "The Mnn Prom Mexico,"
"Ojher People's Moncj" nnd "Chris
topher Jr." ;,
Among others tho Howard com-
known players: Itobert McKIm,
tlcorgo II Howard, (luy Hltner, Jas.
I). Norton, Oliver 11 Dalley, Charles
Murphy, John Uixter, Iletty John
ron, Marlon Dunn, Eva Mnrtello and
Dor-rs Matthews. .
IS LINING UPr
" ELKS OF HILQ
James-Dougherty Will Get Bif
Uelegation for Coming
(Srpliil 11 111 lll n rjcrrmiioiuli ure.)
IIILO, Oct, 7. James Dougherty,
the exalted ruler of the Honolulu
lodgo of Blks, who Is now visiting
Hllo on business, Is making use of
thu upportuiilt) to get the local HlkS
Into line for cooperation In the
great festivities which the nntlercd.
herd is pippnring for next February.
The Ulks' carnival of last year
was such a mngnllkont success that
It would seem hard to duplkato It,
but Dougherty bhnb that it will eveu
be greatly Improved upon. Tho
Alnkea street wharf has been so
cured nB tho center for tho festivi
ties, which will In a great measure
be aquatic. Numerous novel and
spectacular stunts nre being pre
pared. One fenturo will ho the In
stallation of booths for various, bus
iness houses and organizations, and
In this connection Dougherty wants
tho Hllo HlkB to take one ,booth,
which they can decorate In appropri
ate manner and In which objects pe
cull.il to this Island, such ns lmn
trinkets and similar things can be-
FOR NAVAL STATION
examination of Applicants Is
Announced for October ,
An examination ot applicants, will
bo ho'd at the Navr.1 Station here on
OntnUr 21 tor tho purpose of eatab-
Hshlng an eligible register tif drafts-
oxperlonjo In the. icSml of work for
wh lilt they
y scojlc pmploymant nnd
itlzenst,ttf the United
Slates. Applications should lm ml.
dressed i0 tbti "Comhianilnni Mnvni
Station, Unvvnll, Honolti'lii, T. II.",
and must bo dellvored to him on or
"eroro October IS. The exnmlnatlon
will he practical Ip character, hav
dolng ths l"g roferonco exclusively to the re-
lulremonts of tho nosltlong to be
t ?. '
Modol I think I shnU spend in
week In Pnrla. Artist How tlin dMc-
en" ' yoU nfford'to do that? Model
" ""' ,mt ' Clin llff,,"l ') think I
w"' 'lliiBtrate.l 11b
, " y '" B n """' ,ll,nk 'l111' ev"
Klnk of bi'"'k " mUcl-of hlm aB
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