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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY. OCT. 17, 1910.
, '' ' A
WEDNESDAYS . 1 I
FRIDAY! 1,. 'l
All visiting membtri of tn
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F.Hall
7:30 P. M.
. (iidui ctiefutee-pt Members of
HARMONY IQDGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening ,nt'
9:30 In f. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
. E. R. HENDHY, Secretary.
PJ- ,11. E. McCOY, Noble Orand.
r All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of JP
Meets every nrst and third Frl
Hay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Kort and Beretanla. Visiting
.brother cordially Invited to attend.
v . Vfll. JONES, C. C.
1 '" O. F. JIEINE, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN IBIBE.No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every flrst nnd third Thurs
days ot each nonth at Knights of
Pythias Hall. VtBlttng brothers cor-
' dlally Invited (o attend.
j A. L. EAK1N. Sachem.
. ,'." E. V. TODD, C. of R.
i HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th "WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock n K. of P.-Hall, corner
lUretaula and Fort streets.
"Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend, t '
r yr. R. RILEY. V. P.
, VM. O. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 816, B, P. 0. E.
" Honolulu Lodge No. 616, R. P. O.
Elks, meets In their ball, on King
Street, near Forf, every Friday cve
'nlng. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Jnvlted to attend.
JA8. D. DOUQIIEUTY, E. II.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Bee.
'WK. McKINLEY L0DQE, NO. 8,
K. ot Jf .
r-i. ..r 2nd and 4th Saturday
"''"" -'"J- -..... . ,r . n
vanlnrat !u o"" '" " "' ,y
Hall. cor. Fort and Reretanla. YIU
log brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. . H. A. TAYLOR, O. 0.
E. A- JACOBSON, K. R. S. ,
'.fWI'lH -l '
' Complete Office Fixtures
lor immediate delivery. Address F.
0. Box 207, Eonolnlu.
Foldingchairs & Tables
jf. Hopp s Co., Ltd.
Chain How at the
p.HION BARBER SHOP
' .NET BARBER A, competent man
liar Jnst arrived from the Ceait.
tJf.YIERIU'. , . . .Proprietor
A Tonic Free from
Are you pale, weak, easily tired,
and do you lack nerve power?
Ask your doctor if Aycr's Sar
saparilla would not.be good for
you. He knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. Not a drop of
alcohol in this medicine. It
puts red corpuscles into the
blood, fiivesrstcady, even power
to the nerves ; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
frtrn i t Dr. . C.'i Ci.. t.-.tt. Man., U. 8. A.
Nothing Much Happened This
Morning Before Judge (
Six ChliiPSc wcro up before JinIro
Andrnde this morning nnd charged
with ImvlnR violated Chniiler 83, flo
vlsod Laws" of Hnvvnll. Thn act re
lates to having exiKisod lor sale bid
flsh or meat ony description.
Tho accused stated thy they hjul
been advised Hint If they pleaded utili
ty, sentence would be suspended In
their cases,. They, llicicfuio, pleaded
Utility, and wcro treated to siiipendeil
sentences of thirteen mouths each.
A Chlncso named Ah Yc ', who wnu
found guilty of having stolen nu'
opium pipe valued ut $7. was llihi
morning sent to Jail for one ypjr. The
man had stolen tho pipe, nnd then
cut It up nnTl Inllid It, In order to 'get
what Ittt to of the poppy jtilco-'tlioti
might bo In the bowl an I stein, six
gamblers who 'worn raptured by Cbjpf
McDumo on Sntiiiiluy night nil pic
feired to forfolt their ball of $10 each.
to appearing in couit iiur moriilnR.
Joseph Fer'rnjl, llio joung Portu
guese who Is pharged with three canon
of highway robbery, ban boon reloas
cd on n Iiond of $1,000. The bind was
furnished by B. K. Katclklul and ap
proved of by JudRO Andrado.
An Inquest will bo Iipji nl tin- po
lice station this evening Into the cause
of the death of the aRPd Hawaiian who
fell on n stako nt Nuiianu Valloy nnd
cut his wind pipe
Sheriff Jariott In company with Spe
clal Agent Council went fur a tilp
around the Island toilny. Council was
in chnrgo of the Chin to l'rlnco an
far ns Honolulu.
Young men to enioll for thn course
of lectures on lliisluess Law by
Judge Lindsay nt Y. SI. C. A. n'l
Wodneisday evening. First lec
ture October 19. 47nt-tf
Kducntcq ynniiK mnn, good nddress,
s("1js poslllon, Htnnograpber, etc.;
good td'rcfpondcnt. Outslda work
prnfoned, Apply "T, E.". this
Incubator Cyphers' IftnG, tested ani
reliable. V. O. Ilox r,8T.
Automobile sign No. fiOS. Rewnrii
for return to Ilullotln office
Small plero of land on Punchbowl
high up. II. J. Plnchnn Jr., Wn-
Tho American Optical Parlor; M,
Denyor, 11 111 Alnken stieet. nyes
scientifically tested and gbifcses
flted, Special rates tho first
month. Come at on c; don't de
lay. SODA WORKS.
Phone 31)32 for the best uida water
Uiado In Honolulu. Honolulu
Soda Water Co., Slntsumoto lnue,
near coiner of IWretanla nnd Nu
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bulle
tin for a nickel is twice as large
at the tablet usually sold for this
Now skirls nl Whitney & Maish.
Autos, ft per hour, l.nwla Btables.
llelhcl Nt. HiifkSliilKl, l'bune 1I.V2.
Try a case of l'inpctnr. It In pure.
It goes without Baying that every
thing Is Uest it The Encore.
Mine. Lambert has removed tier
dressmaking parlor temporarily to
10Cr. I'uncliliowl St., near Hotel, where
she will bo plpnted lo bpo i.pr pat
rons. l'ay cash anj nsk for Bn'on stamps.
They're frco. Call nt the show imnns
and see what you get free for
.lohn Calhcart prospcntpd at tho po
lice court this morning ami JiiiIro An
drado was on the bench.
For distilled water, Hire's loot
tleer and all other popular drinks.
R'ng up Phone 2171. Consolidated
Thoie wcro. ninny swlmmnrs out nt
Vtnlklkl yesterday, nnd llio surf
Iwardn and cancrs were In much de
mand. The mutton and lamb nt tin Metro
politan Market this week U iiiinaiinlly
good. Tf-uiler, well kept and free from
enntact wlili the files.
Mrs W. (5. Ocr. wife of the man
nger of l'.ihnln I'lnntntlon. retmned
from n tilp tn (! rwl yesterday mil
IS lOipj.lllR ut YOllllR llnfl,
soon, nnd a meeting
which arrangements .will be made
for a schedule, of. games.
tip till noon today SOS niitnmohllM
had been registered at thn ixillce tin
tlon, nnd It Is cxpcc'cd Hint tho six
hundred mnrk w"Il he passed this nf
Fred II. leN'nmara has removed his
store, The Curio Den farther dnui
town tnklnR tho rtoio at 1119 Fort
Httt just nhove Hotel street.
Ilr. Dlt-ltey: Kye, Kar, Nose, Throa.
1130 Alnken street (ojip. Royal Hawai
ian Hotel). Hours 1-12:30 and T : 30
1:30. Sunday, 10-11. Kvenlngs by ni
pnlntmpnt. Thonnntinl nipellng of tho W. O.
T. IT., wll ho held tomorrow after
noon nl 2:30 nt tho homo nf tbo.prsl
ilPiit. Mrs. .1. SI. Whitney, 1325 11'unn
lion street. A ritnlliil Invitation Ik
tllen lo nil who aro Interesfed.!
Tlio demolishing of the old brick1
structure at the corner of Hotol and
Kort streets. Is complete mid mkhi marled on tho Hntcrprlse, 'that vrsbol
miih,iiiK iiiNin-io uuiiuing win lie
Btarled. Tho now biillillng will be thn
fourth to occupy Ibat corner.
Copies of. (lencrnl Ordor 183. Wnr
Department, Issued on Sop'ember 30
and signed by Slnjor (leiieral Leonard
Wood, chief of staff, making Hawaii n
nillllnry dlstilct wcro rec'qlyod In yev
lerday's. m.il fiom ( coast.
Libel Tor dUorce was filed Ibis ninrn-i
Ing by Simla D. Bafra aHr.Inst her
husband Tumn Safra who is aupnoseil
to ho In, San Francisco. There nro
thioc .children In the family the oldest,
being eleven years of ago. Non-siipi"
port s the ground upon , which pepar
ntlou Is nsked.
Choy wns supposd l0 ho a spy who
bad attended the meetings of the
Koreans mid then reported tho pro
nn.ll.... ... 1. T .
ceedlngs to the Japanese bore, nnd
for this spying ho was stabbed and
nearly disemboweled by bis country
man after leaving one of tho meet
ings. It was on olpquent plea .tlioj At
torney LIghtroot mndo for bis client,
Kim Sung In, this morning befprn
Judge Cooper, the man plendlng
guilty to ustaiill with a weapon dan-
Rerous to life In disemboweling Choy
Yong Soon a foyv weeks ago on Sin.
II. fl,. Morie. candldato for snpervl-sor-on
tbo Democrnlle ticket, sat on
the platform at Aal" park and smiled
broadly last Saturday night. He smil
ed t)ironfi)i ninny long-winded speech
es. Ills friends wondered whv. To-
Cai.hearl. county attorney;
-'' i" snniinn, ..raucn ... w.o
circuit 'court was oxousel this mom-
ing upon a Plen of H.illty being entered
by the Korean Klip, mid will not, come
together again ....til Wednesday when
he qaso of Ilunro pud While Is set
.ptsecond lilal n dsgrce,n-nt rnsi.lt.
ng from the first HJil n short tlnio
tiv Ti.,,u...f i.i-u Wi iiiiinuso cav
brought against It. W. Jlrccknns and
E. It. Stackablo was continued In Ihe
pfldornl court this morning until Oetn'
bcr 3 "fl account of tho iibscnoj from
the cllv of "natcrlnl In the case. At-
torney HnmphreyK Will assist In Ihn
dofenso at llio request of Alloiuey
Tliayer, tuiuniu was inuornii 10 proceed
After sentonro was pronotlliced tho'lo Honolulu and thence' to llllo. Tho
accused and accuser shook hnn.Wnll'l Kn"l'ilsr cnrrled 110 paMtengors ow-
Bworo to bo friends, then s.if down " In having a largo quanllty nf com.
in the courtroom, nud, after coin t . I",ta,lf. Iitrlu1 on board.
bad udjourmd. talked ovor tllfl' A ,l,a "X "IrolesB new service was
whole thing, the visitor apologizing' i VSJ,er,?"!l! 7 om
for the' stabbing and the prosecutor "cr a"d ulr0l08S Oporalor O'Neill,
aiylM that 2 was glad a g ht sen A w!,1 ra"eo of l'"0"" lc
?'"B " .. LI. Mn .wvro eovcre.1.
tence was Imposed.
Siippleinenlnl iport filed by Johnlcrnl caigo for Kiiblllul and also sov-
Mnrcalllnn ns inaater In tin nialtcr or
Did estate of lloltcrt W. Holt of which
jonn v. (joiiiurn wns iruaieo is in uiniort Wednesday ovening. The Hiloiilau good sized gcnornl rmgo for Ibe H;i
effect Hint there should now bo In Ibo schcdiilud lo sail for Sail Francisco wallan Ulunds.
bands of ho trustor Ibo sum or $2,-(direct on next Hnllliilny evening at U
27."S2. The repnit covered llm first, six o'clock. Plns and sugar for Cosst.
second, third nnd llual accounts of llio
thistee' and was upproved by the
couit this mornliiK.
Our Now Phone
City Transfer Co.
DEEP SEA STEAMER TO MAKE
' FIRST CALL AT MAHLKUNA
ENTERPRISE WILL TAKE SUGAR THERE WILHELMINA
AT COAST TOMORROW BARK RJTHET BACK TO THE
COAST IN BALLAST KOREA HAS ROOM FOR ONE
HUNDRED PASSENGERS VIRGINIAN OFF FOR HIL0.
Mahuknnn. Hnwnll Is lo come Into flst voyago wllh submailno wireless
the limelight ns n port of call Tor dee- 'iRnnlliiR apparatus, nnd es'erclny oi(
sra steamships and llio Mnlson Navl- ,'"R''' fund the plant was Ren n
Ration liner Knterprlso tlmi s now "fninnstrnllon In tho prer.enco of n
illscharRlng n shipment or cxp.Ttlvo "cnro "f m"'" ablpplng men, who wcro
nnd general rniRo at llio HaekMrt l,l",l ff Hie I'.iclflp Const pio.-ini-
win n, m ,,!. I w,inlf "-I" c a "'0 I"1'' r,,r n ?'''li-
..in i i 1 1 ..'not of sugar nmoiintlng lo nearly
will be held nt ,,V(1 ,limlrlC(1
Tho vlkll of the Knlprnr'io nl Mn-
biikonn Is snld to be lho,flist call of
n steanicr or inrger toniiag than tho
Coistlig vos?els. No definite stnic-
ineiits has been ror.lienmlng ns lo
whether the Hawaii ifrt will bo malo
a regular calling point for lh- Statson
pssp1s dnrl.lg Hip sugar se.isnn,
Tho Knlc.rprlso met wllh fine woath-
er il'iwn from San l-'ranelhcn,
sailed from tho rn.nat nort nlililn u
few hours ot (l0 d parluio tf tho III-
Ionian. Hho nnlcd ut Ihe poit early
Ibis morning and .van nlnne.Hhtt) the
wharf by eight o'clock.
Castle ft Cooke the Inonl ngents for
tho essc! oxp-ct lo dispatch Ibo F.n-
lerprlso fur Hllo nl six o'clock this
ueiili)g. Afior dlscbniKliiR frblRhl nt
tho Hawaii metropolis llio fAtcrpilso
then piiccmih to Slnhiikona 'to finish
ior shipment of"sugar befmo tailing
up Hip voyage- In San Krancllcp. O'Ong
lo tint faot Hint iviilnult,-i u-.n., .-,.
brouU'lit no lusseimeiU'lor Urn ImIhhIj
isino"oro0d ;iMUs oiit of eighty
i... :. .. v v -
Cireasscs wcro, eniiKlRiied' lo thp brny
drop, this eiont iirrordlug onq of sov-
cnil llnleicsllng diversions for thirty-
Blno uassciigorR which arrived fnnn
iiean ur.nium,iH slilppeil from San "e .pu ipo pon at nay.JRlit' and ciialmors Jas One Mrs. W K'liiol
ftauelkcni 'October fin by Ihe Mat- HI Pinbnbiv be dispatched for Japan " ,a' " luLl m? ii. wi, m
M.p Navlga'dmi-iieameniilioulan w!l, V" W HonRkong on or nhouf vo !J ' k V ,1, Z '
deijIlnallon.iis'Homdiilii, ,Pli on llm Hi tb" ncnlng. Ilelng rt for- V" "'I'"' "?,' .f"!11'' nV' ,( '
IT.-IKH.1,. ,l,m-n I,. ll.n.UI .1..1. C.'cil iKIitoill tllO VPKSPl I. l.rlnrlm. n,,llv- I10ar, P. W. lllllPtt, A. SlaSOH, H.
tho const by that vessel , jesterday
inoriiliig. ,. .Pines for the Sound.
Thp bors's nro lo ho transhipped J,l,p ,,IQ,1Ha"'l ra,,(, "' plnoipplei
i ,lhn Island of Launl should thoy i11"1 nl"?1" ,w" thousand tons of sugar
pass the Inspec Ion of ihn olllelals ru- wl" K" ",ln "lp Ma,SRn frelRhler Hy
nocled with llio Terrllorlal lloa'ril of n',PS .uofnr" ,,,,,t C"rI taken her d'
Agrlciiltuie. Tho animals worn guth- ll:"lrofiir Snn rrnnelFcn and Pugel
ered un In nn.i fii.mii m,w,i, ..., Pound, Tbo vessel will pall tomorrow
- 'snciamuulo California an 1 were shin-
.!.. ( .' . "
l-oil hero to tho order of llio I. it
Tho lllbinlnn met with fine weather
on the entlip sovcn davs 'trip. Willi
the exception f ,j nliglit fog enc-mnt-
orcHl ihe flist .hlglit out from San
Finnclscn. thn nienmni. r.rn .,....
ilonally kind. Bovernl hundred lie.i
of poulliy kUo arrived.
Tbo SMthon sleaiurr was Imded lo
Ihe very hn'ches wllh a wide ns.orl-
imentof general cargo. Tho shipment
i .-,.,,.. ...i .... .i ... ... -. ....
I "v ' ,MUI 'll.'aM .uiih 1 IIIIIIIIIIO-
hlles, six cf ihq latter being shipped
down lo thn heycrnl Impi
in ihe iphinds.
The freight list Included
nf inrl.n.ii , ,.
amndm'g p ,13 s ck w 7 ce ve
i... ,i,n i,.i . . ,u ... , .
nv tho local post olllco oIIIcIiiIh iiihiii
ho nnlvu. of Ibe HHonl.,,, a, "lb,
Ml N!nwton ,varf tIf)rUy nf.
.er eiRlit o'clock yesterday morning.
Captain Fr dcilclisnn icporled bav-
l,,g slRbled Ibo American K.hopno,-
Ludlow, lumber jaden and f.om tho
Fo,l. This vessel wns seen wbllo
,u Hllnnlau steamed wl'bl.i one bun-
,i,l and fifty miles of Honolulu. The
Toy.. KIkci, Knlsha lner Tenyo Mnn
w" -ii m niiuiruiiy ovening.
Uolli steamers ovclmnged signals by
tbo moans of colored HrIiIs.
Thn Hllonlan was unable to accom-
module nil lh- enrgo offcied wbllo nt
Hnu Frnnelsco nnd the steamer Kn-
terprlso Invliig ot the same pier w.i
given soicral hundred tons nnd In
Tile Hllonlan liml 4"0 inns nf gen
oral pasRCiigfrs. It Is expected Unit
llio vessel will get awiy for thn Slant
la " v
President's New Equipment.
I The liner IMesldent la making her
Number Will He
(Jns. 11. Love)
ON PAGE' EIQHT.
H"ll' Cniniwiiyv m a
"blent on tho sound,
,HC water, were fcxrt
P t;nni)rtiiyv m a trip of tho l'ro-
'hnnrrnd ulth flit.
tilgbott h'yeo xetural miles nwny nnd
oi raslly iitiiUrstond. -,
Tl'c R'lar was IJllo on tho 1'ieil-
,,cnl ''"ring her but ls!t to this city,
" cpnsjiu of onp small ta.uk of salt
wntor plnceir next to ihq steamer's
I1atngwhcnfntli Ibo wnter line, on
,in"i tho iort nnd starboard sides.
Within this tank Is n very -.sensitive
eR-rlrIc megaphone, comifctcd by wire
with Ihe pilot homo. At tho end of
tho wlris Is be usual .rccplvi-r niij .
" la'nlnn te'ephono mnssnges. Tho
nibniailiir nppnratus Is Used for Irans-
milling slRiinls Ihrongli Ihe water over
'Hstancns of froni four In six mlbn.
Tho lightships nro equipped wl'h siifhl
apparatus and In tlnirs of fog vessels'
wllh sli enulpment aro rendered
Htr'' )' nppronchlhg the coast or tho
various ports. '
As,a Duc al Dayllnht.
According lo ndlees recrlvp,! nt llm
IBWiey of, JI. Jlackfeld & Company,
Dip 1'aclfle SInll Intermedintn liner
.. . .. . . - , .
Aalil "''"i nan l-ranclseo h iluo lnij
rili:'' f'"- Hnnolulii mid her nssen-IA' KllleScl. M. Kluegel. SI. Slartln,
Re r"r iM 1" '" consist of only.J- ''' -MeCrosson, W. SI. Olffnrd, Mrs.
i,"hn l'rMnd with a layover pilvl ' ' Jamie, Sirs. It. T. Forrest, A.
Pvt,"l"S' railing a Port Allen. Knam-
.ntl T.nl...l..l ...! r.H. .I.n tn,l. ..nu
I'""- Kn)iii)ul and fmm Ihe latter mrt
prooicd llrpcl In San FrnnelTi. Tb".
"vnilet l yl;ig nl Ibo Tlnllwuy whnrf.or Hllonlan sehedulcd to depart from
micnnrging u gennrni siiiimeni ni.ino Slnlson'wbarf on Saturday 'liven
'maininn.i more nanuise.
... . . , .?...
Vlralplan ,fr Seattle Tcnlcht,
...T,p. Aniorjrnn-Hawollnii frelRhler
viiglnlon salll;ig for llllo last evening r,,r nKt ,)f travelers pn her roturn
'", ,,Wr"Hl ''V c'nnnT AKpt, I'TOnyaRo o tho coast. Thero s Hill
Mn,V" M ""''i!15 "r''lPl "' " " nniplo room for all applicants. Tho
"'"' '." "Ils """'" "", w' kicv 8ang for Knhuliil on Wed-
n way iiir T.eniue mis evnning. i no
, '. , , ,, , ., .
, ' ', '. ",B. " "lr" ""l-meiii oi
lilininidnf IAr IliA eniniil t
' '"" ' ""'
Nllhau for Kauai.
""' Tfl Z of ,S"S "
b' even ng In placo of Ibo Nnn.u
. , , , , , ., , . I
' '. J . . " ." . ."
; ''" T "Vessel Is sche ,.., I.lletIJ-,, ll1I1.
. ,."., ' l." ' "L ,,, " w"l be dspatcbc,l for Mahukona nud
a fc"1'"""" "f fcenPrnl nierehnndlso. K;lwah.u. I1 (W ,om(lrrnw, Tho ,n,
Nevadan (rem the Sound '", ls hllllnK with lines of general
fC Cns l" & Crnko he Mn n1 "
vaX' ,h cCioodrcVl I Si8'""1 Kon" TrlnPe"-
,,nr , , i " T "' r rrln S 'mo for' T"ft "l'"pn ro that the Kona
liono lul. on Weli.eslnv The leI"n,, Kn" nlcn,ncr ' I-oa l1-
r co-ist nrndiielfl nn.l mrcrlmn.lki,
P I'rouiiela mid mrechnndlso.
a big general cargo from San Fran-
creo s going' out of lire hiirk It V
rtm,.,i nn.u 1...1 1... n'..,j
wr,nrf This Vessel will not Inko nn'5"'nBPr ,""1 a ,arK0 CttrK lnm Honn'
n sblpinent of sugar for Ibo coast but " '" flrrlv"' nt Snn rra"clBC' to-
W Ba ,.illai.t .
Hd-re for Hawaii,
The Iner-Iland sleamor Helenn
has been placed ,m Ibo berth lo sail
fr Hawaii H)rls Including Paai.b.iu
KttMan- ' "'"' aul""hon
monow ovening tho linn, of departure
w'n, wt for flvo o'clock, Th, vessel
.will leave wllh a general cargo.
Thn Anicilcan-Hawallnn fielghler
Moxlran has left Pmset Si I wllh a.
One H1011S.1111I Inns of sugar ami 2S0fl
casos or tinned pineapples, will furm a
portion of the cargo of Island pro
Sunday, Oct. 1C.
Sail Francisco Hllonlnii, SI. N. 0.
B). 8 a. m.
Maul, Slotoknl and I.anal iorta Ml
kahata, r.linr., n. in.
Kauai ports Klnau sluir,, a- m.
Sunday, Oct. 1G,
Snllna Crur. via llllo Virginian,
A.-H S. S.. n. m.
I'cr SI. N. S. H. Hllonlnn, from Snn
Francisco, Oct. 10. 8. M. Stack, Sirs.
J4 Upfergeld, Sirs. B. Hagen nnd
dciibhter, P. II. D.inkey, II. Hnrdesty,
It. McKIm, Sirs. 1'. A. Hcndcr, Sirs.
I). Wbcnton, Sllss SI. Fitzgerald, Sir.
and Mrs. I). F. Campbell, Sirs. W. 0.
Ogg, .Ins. Ogg, Jns. Cbnlmers, Sirs. II.
A. Kluegel nnd son, Miss ( Flckc, C.
A. Stanton, Sirs. V. Cox, S. S. Itolpb,
.Mr. nnd Sirs. II. S. Jjiiidls, II. A.
Kluegel, Silts (1. Tlinycr.-SIrs. Si. Mc
Donnld, Dr. II. Hordorn, S. 8. Ilecli
tel, O. S. ltnymmid, IM llnrt, F, Sals
bury, T. (1. Slarayaine, fleo. Andrea,
.1. W. Frnncls, Win. Cousins. For Kn
hulul: W. F. J. Dale, Wii. Kempster,
A. SI. Piers
Per s'lnr, Klnau, from Knual ports,
October lfl II. A. llealey, C. K. 11
Chliig, A. Hoblnson. F. (lay. J. .1. Sic
(liath. A. J. I!ollIiiR. II. C. Wnblron,
W. F. Sanborn, .Mrs. Smlbnrn, J, C.
HJoitb, A. Tavasb. J O. Sllva, P. Ta
vash. Doctor Sexton. SI. 3. Teves, W.
S. Valenle. A. It. Trnplingcn, Sllss
Per sluir, Sllknhnl.i, fmm Slnui and
Stoloknl ports, October lfi W. Kane.
Slnnuel Knew. S. i:. Iliibbaid. H. II.
Oulnii, 8. Voshlknwn, .1. Omlshl.
Per S. S. Sierra for Snn Francisco,
Nov. 2. Dr. nnd .Mrs. IMffmanii, Mrs.
II. S. I'arinolec, Sirs. II. Hughes, Mrs.
It. L. Foster, Sir. nnd Mrs. Chat.
Stewart, Fred C. Smith, I). U Well
ington, C. A. Wood, T. i:. Slartln, Mrs.
It. A. Dow, Sic. Fraguo, Sllss (Iras.
,r'' " A- Hmnll, .Miss Field, Miss
. .Molfltt, SIrR. Farstcrane. Sirs. Slul-
,cll Mrs..Jiinie W. W. Ilrewstcr nnd
cllld, Mrs. Klrklnud, Mrs. Davis,
,,t- " " Hoblnson. Sirs. J. Klrkland,
Mr"- 8- N- Uroolis, ,Mr. nnd .Mrs, K.
,lcr Ktmr- Mntina Ken, for Hlloi
l,a wa" l""',,, Oet. IS. Sirs. II.
u.irren, it. -A. Iliilcliinson, IJ. K,
Aklnn, Sirs. Hiitchluxnii, Sirs. Akinn,
Major Willis, It. (Juarles, Sllss N.
Slomtt, Sirs. Wlddlflold, Sirs. W. O.
Ogg, (1. Kluegol, Sirs. Klucgol, It. F.
S. Durstou, Mrs. Durslou, A. Will
ters, Sllss Lucy Adams, Mrs. B. A.
Ilerndl. Sllss T. Kriisc. SI. Campbell,
O. Stoddard, D. II. Ilutchart. SI. SI.
(Irnhnm, S. D. Lucas, Sllss Chalmers
(2), Sirs. Ciishlne nnd two children.
IN FOREIQN PORTS.
Saturday, October 15.
flRATTLK Sailed Oct. IS: S. S. SIel
can. for Honolulu.
:: :: :: t: t: n t: tnituntitnn :; ti
duels Hint will lio takon tn San Fran
cisco hy tho Slntsou Navigation st'am-
Tbo booking of passengers nt Hie
loenl iiRCiicy of Cas'lo & Cocdio bull
ra,0 tlmt ,ho ii0an will carry a
ik,in.. ..i,. , ,.. .,.. . .,
......., ...v...lr, ,) ln ,,(I ,,, n-iurii
,y Filday mornliiR. During her call
at mo Alain port
nearly Ibreo hundred
Ions or merchandise will bo dlscbarg
, . ,
ke Goes for Cattle.
pblpment of cattle nnd general Isl-
nt noon tomorrow will carry a goodly
list or cahin, and deck passengers.
At 6an Francisco Tomorrow.
It is expected that thq SlnlRon Nb'I.
gaunn steamer Wllholinlnn wltv, pas
JERE LILLIS RETURNS
Cuclahy's Victim SJJont" rts to
His Plans Mrs, Cudahy
KANSAS OITY, Seplrmbor 30, Jerp
8. Llllls has returned from Now Yorlf
and was Intel vlnwed todav nt It
"How are yon feeling, Mr. Llllls?"
vuh Asked of him.
"Very well, Hinnk you." repllml the
man who has not bunn In Kmisas City
uim.a ihn r,.....i.. ..!. , 71
was utlnelced by luck Cudaliv nl the
Cudahy homo and slashed with a
rtt (!.1 imiliffll T Plinltnora lira
r tie it imiinnnn
a rH'iVI 'HIHVIIIkII
" M iM'-'A '"IIjIJ
One Hundred Thousand Peoplo for
Honolulu hy 1916" wns tho slogan
that hornlded the nppronch of C. A.
Stmiton, the hustling real estate man
who has Just returned from n brief
but highly satisfactory business trip
lo the mainland In tho interests of
the Kntmukl Land Company,
Sir. Stanton spent come weeks In
visiting the Important, ( commercial
renters of the United States, and In
nvmy larger cities be availed him
celr of the opportunity of making nn
nddress upon tho advantages offered
by n permanent residence In Hawaii
and Honolulu In particular.
The preliminary stcpa toward the
formation of nn "Hundred Thousand
Club" were taken during his ab
sence In the Stntes. While there be
placed an order tor .thousands nt
buttons, watch fobs and hand mir
rors, each bearing the cheering In
formation Hint Honolulu provided to
have one hundred thousand dwellers
within her walls by the time that
tho flint vessel wns. enabled tn pasa
through the Panama Canal,
The' buttons are executed In two
or more inlors, nml two designs have
already been received. Ono shows n
generous section of the famoiiB Wnl
Mid beach, with Its booming surf
mid a thorn lined ,wif1i nodding
palms nnd dotted with correct rep
inFcntntlons ot tho various hotels nud
Another design has Incorporated
tho well-known Kamchameha statuu
as a centerpiece.
Sir. Stanton returned by the Slat
son Navigation steamer Hllonlan.
lleforo leaving that vec?el he dis
tributed nn assortment of buttons
nnd minors to all passengers, and
tbo Hundred Thourand Club now
stnnds In a fair way ,ofbelng sue-
-ccRsfiilly launched. '
In addition to word of mouth pro
motion, Sir. Stanton secured col
umns of vnlunble newspaper space In
Important mainland dallies, the arti
cles retting firth the attractive fea
tures to ho found nt Honolulu In a
NORTH HAS REPORT .OF "
LANDFRAUD INQUIRY '
Suspected Irregularities in
Alaska Said to Be Under
SPOKANR. Wash'., Soul. 21.
Lending color to tho, reports now cur
rent hero that nn Investigation ot
suspejted land frauds In Alaska,
from which sturtliug developments
nro uxpn.ted, Is the presence In Spo
kane of Clyde Wnlkor, former spe
(lal ngcut nt Spoknno and now reg
ister of the laud olllco nt Juneau. In
addition, thero' nru nlso said to be
two special agents operating out ot
the Rcattln nlllco who have been on
the ground In Alaska nnd have cou
'dtictcd an exhaustive probe of U.e
cases with thorough secrecy. Spe
cial Agent Chrlstensoii, the success
or to Louis It. Olavls. and Special
Agent Carnnhan are two at those'
raid to hnvo bceif actively engaged
In tho cases for several mouths,
Tho startling .devolnpmeulB ex
pected In Spokano within thn next
few days nro believed to explain tbu
long fcllcuco of Secretary Jtalllnger
under the sting, of the Olavls
charges, ns well as the attitude ot
President Taft toward bis much
irltlclzed Secretary of tho Interior,
lloth the President and his cabinet
officials nro stated to have been look
ing n tills latest series of Alaska
persecutions to cleir tho Interior Do.
partmmit mid thn admlnlstrajton ut
tho charges of lack nt zcal'lu guard
ing tho wealth of Alaska Horn cor
porate greed and of winking at '.ir
regularities In obtaining patents tn
Weekly II .1 1 1 e 1 1 11 l ir,.r yrnr.
tt it t: ti 11 a it it 11 it n ft Pit ti it a
knlfo. . , 1
"Do you Intend to make your home
hern now?" ,
"That's, u foolish question. It la my
"I mippnse you know tlmt Sirs. Cud
a'''y hits been divorced?"
"I can't talk on that Biibjoct." These
words came Instantly and short.
"You don't Intend, then, to lenew
"I iffuso to tulk about that."
"Will you ronow your old 1 elation
wllh Ihn bunk?"
"I can't talk about that, cither."
"Then I am merely In say that you
bavn returned and uro feeling well?"
"That Is nil, pleoso," nnd the liuer
Sirs;, Cudahy, when nsked If tlw
know of Mr. Llllls' presence In lovni
ntiswered: "I did not, and I havo not
tbo slightest Interest In the matter."
Ciarmnn toymakors uro producing
,U)lnlnture neioplnnes which are
found lo he J if great demand by the
youth In tho United States and oth
Inter-island and O. II. & L. Shipping:
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