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nvr.NlN'O nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, DKC. 22, 1910,
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During this week we will give a special discount on the Rugs and Matting now in the Showroom adjoining our store A'Vf'Wfr
This is a wonderful opportunity to secure the best quality of Rugs and Matting at,a greatly reduced price
177 S. King Street LEWERS & COOKE, LTD., 177 S. King Street
Demanded Client's Funds Now
Attorney Joseph LlRhtfont ami tlio
police department tilted laneei mi
llio Jiidl.lsil field bounded by the lim
its of llii' District Court tlila mum
lug. a nil despite the counter-attack
of Attorney Lorrln Andrews, wlio
would alfo break a spear, the honors
were finally dragRed Into tlio Llght
fui t camp.
Tlieru was considerable acrlmo.
nlous comment Indulged In pro and
eon th police department, by tlio
attorneys who will figure In the casu
of a Japanese named Nakugawa, who
Is iiltugcd to have embezzled certain
uitnB of money belonging to icveral
Japanese cann planters on tho Inland
of Hawaii. The Japanese was ap
picheiided by Chler of Detectives Ar
thur McOulfle as he was about to
take passage in tho Paclfl Mall
Ete.uner Manvhtirla for Yokohama.
McDuffle and an ofllcer visited the
I hip and Nakngawa was placed 1111
der arrest and his baggage and per
sonal effects removed from the vessel
A March of his trunk and milt
case ivrealed tho piesence of two
bundled and till t ty dollars 111 I'nlted
State coin, beeldej unite a sum
of Japanese money.
It Is thcfo luohcjs that l,lghtfoot
ilemaniled bo restoied to his client,
the now Incarcerated Nakagawa.
Much argument was put forth, with
Judge l.ymer as moderator, that the
intney Is to nil intents and purposes
the pioperty of the Japanese; that
In ortier to furnish ball stifltclcnt to
satisfy the ends uf Juatlie and to
Insure his reappearance at court, this
money Is required.
AndrewB who has been retained
by the prosecution to assist In tho
cato, waxed sarcastic over tho con
tentions of a brother attorney. The
charge against Nakagawa reads that
he did embezzle a sum of one hun
dred and ten dollars.
District Magistrate Lymor denied
the request of l.lghtfoot that the
money now In the hands of Sheriff
Jarrett be restored. He did, how
ever, rule that there should he no
delay In the prosecution of the case,
ns asked by Andrews. Constitution
al law points were cited which show
ed that the defendant wits entitled
to Immediate trial, should ha be
Andrews was overruled In his mo
Hon for a postponement until next
Tuesday, and Judge Lymer ordered
the prosecution to appear and bo
' ready to conduct tho case against the
Japanese tomoriow morning. In tho
meantime l.lghtfoot left tho com t
breathing threats of sundry writs ol
FIFTY TO ONE!
l'crsons desirous of recurlng stock
in tho I.nkvlew No. 2 Oil Company
should attend to the matter at onco,
hi I nm leaving for the Coast Janu
ary 3. It Is fifty tn olio you can not
lose. Kvcryouo owes It to himself to
belter his condition In life, and hero
Is n good opportunity to make good.
A small imestmont may make you
Independent. J. Oswald I.uttcd, 1139
l'ort street, next tho Convent, l'hoiio
DEAD AT HOME
-On Buying or Selling
Second-Hand Office Farnitare
Look about your office today
and see If there are not pieces that
might just as well be out of the
way, and at the same time bring
you In a little money and give a
better appearance to your office.
Sell the pieces that don't work.
Use one of our little Want Ads
that costs but a few pennies. And
if you want a good second-hand
piece of Furniture, ask for it on
. our Classified page, But right
now ' -
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Today's Want Ads.
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WAS1I1NOTON, l).( C, December
1 -Henri M, Hojt, ununtclor of tho
Department of State, is dead at Ills
homo In till city. Whllo ho wus In
Canada engaged In tho reciprocity ne
gotiations us a rcpioientutlvo of tho
Aineilcnn government "lio was- at
tacked with an Intestinal trouble
from which he had .suffered In .the
past, uml, although ho was able (o
make tho return trip from Montreal
to Washington, ho was obliged to tuko
to his bed us soon as ho reached his
Appointment Made of Man to
Handle Active Canvass
With tho appointment of a man to
take charge of a house tn houso cun
vass of the city, the Honolulu Hun
dred Thousand club has begun Its nc
live campaign lor a membership that
will take In every biulncss and pro
fcsslonal man and every householder
fiom Moanaltia to Diamond Head.
J. II. Wnrnll, formerly of Philadel
phia, renii., now a rc.ildeut of Hono
lulu, has licrin named to ban.lle the
house-to house canvass and has al
ready gone vigorously to woik. Ab a
result of hbi opening efforts, scores
of names have already liscn added to
tho membership lists,
Charles A. Stanton, Rf crelary of the
club and one of lis guiding spirits,
declared this morning that the club
Is growing faster than ho had any
reason to ctfllrxt. '' '
"Everybody wants fo Join; ovp-v
body is anxloni to help Honolulu
along, and we'll have tlir-'i- n' of
members In n short lime." '
The date for the o a:i tha
membership contests I druiv i ' neir
unrt already many line enteie, th-1
competition ntlr.it ltd by the lurtnx
annual aifd'enil-annual prizes offered
by the club, The contests open on
the first of January.
Mr Stanton announced this mini
Ing that ho Is planning a regular "fo'-low-up"
system for the ontcsts. When
tho name of a prospective resident of
Honolulu Is given tn him, Stanton
and the club will get In Immedlnta
touch with the man nnmed and ho
will bo thoroughly enlightened as to
Honolulu, its future. Its Induce
ments in a iiu3iiieHs uiiii rusmuuuiu
way, and In fact, tho person will bo
given every opportunity to ccnio 1 1
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Ecoidcd Dec. G, 1010.
Kst of Tom May. by Adnirs to Mary
M Walker (widow), A M; nils John
it, anil nor i.oi w,
Heights Aditn, llono-
314. p 34. Dea
J Alfred Mflgoon to .Mnrv K Iflw
D; lift lutars l9?l nnd 1971 and It I
(Or) 1970 ,nnd II Ps C009 and por
8127, I'arl 3'and'pcj land, l'ahoehoo
I, 2. .1, 4 etc, S Kona, Hawaii. SI
M Walker (widow),
ICftlngdr ij.hot, 1C
hldg eto, Mpnoi Hpl
lulu, O.ilut V D
11 338, 1)29.1. Dec" 1,1913.
Maiy I-: Low to Knimelliio. M Ma
gion, D; tut In Old 1971 and 1971
and It 1' !r) (97 and It l's C009 and
lr 817, I'nrt 3 and pes land, l'n
lioehoe I, s. 3, I eto, H Kona. Hawaii.
SI. II 3JX, p 294. Dec 1, 191U.
.Mary U jiw to Kinmolluc .M Ma
goon, 11; Int In It 1 (Ur) 1970, Ha
lelll etc, 8 Kona, Hawaii, S183U. IJ
338, p 2ilf!. Dec 1. 19IU.
Kst of W O I.imalllo by Trs to diss
W Zlegli-r; Itel; I5,u00 isq rt land,
Honolulu SICl'O. II 3U, n 2C. Deo
Adela K Kcalllhopeolo to' Josephine
K I'rendergast Tr, Dj.ll l 3870, Knl
1153, l'ulioo, Mulokal. SI- 11 338, p
3UU. Jan 20, 1910.
Mm Kalu.1 I.oug to Central Mill Co
Ltd., L; pc laud, Kuan, Makawao,
Maul. 10 yrs at Sit) per A per yr.
II 343, p 29. Aug 1, 1910.
XctuJed Dec. 7, igio.
Samuel l'arker to A D Castro, I);
lots II, 12 uml 13 of gr 331", Sam
uel Parker's tubdlv of lliuadman
Lois, Klnau Stf Honolulu, O.iliu; S3,
000. 11 338. p 301. Deo 0, 1910,
Kamiika Nuone and nth (Z) to
Mrs Kllzabcth K Nanuwal, I); int In
It l's (grs) .1290, 3288 and H l's
0204 and C7S, ap 1 and 2. rents,
etc, Kalllil, Hoiioltilu. Oalm; S100.
11 338, p 302, Oct ir, ltllO.
Kahoolllna Akoul and hsh (Ako-
nl) to II John Aim and wf, D; 1-G
hit In Urt of lsJaka J Alnt, deed;
120. II .-137, p 294. Oct IS 1910.
Anna Wilcox to Lena It Murquo&z,'
1; lots 3 and 4, b!k 101, IM'.olo Vnl-I
'ey, Honolulu, Oahu; SI300. II 338,'
p 301. Dcp 3, 1910.
Lincoln I, M C'amlleta by rcgr. No.
'Ice; of docreo of title In Land' Keg
Court Care No 1S2. Oahu. II 331, p
449. Dec 7, 1910.
Helen Iloyd and hsb (.1 II) to J J
Driininoiiil, M; l-2a land. 1'auna, Ho
niilulti, O.ihti; S300. II 344 p 35.
Dec 7, 1910. '
Anna V. Hadloy to John F Col
bum, tr, D; H V 3030, kill lOBGIt,
rentr. etc, Hououliuli, Kwa, Oahu;
S700. H 3.18, p SO.-,. Dec 7. 1910.
Ida M Pope to Trent Trust Co Ltd,
A M; nitgo Mary llml.le on lots 11.
12 and 13 or It P 1985, kill 6245;
ap 1, Kamakela, Honolulu, Oahu;
S800. II 314, p 37. Nov 22, 1910.
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Sarah H
Kvorlon. Itel: lots 13 and 14 blk 18.
bldgs, rents, etc, Knlmukl Tract, Ho-
iinlu-it, O.iliu; S1000. II 314, p 39
OCC 7, 1910.
Sarah II Kvorlon and hsh (K W)
to Chailes K IajwIs, I); nialcal half
of lotB 13 nnd 14, hll; 18, Knlmukl
Tract, Honolulu. Oahu; SSOO. 1) 338,
p 300. Dec 3, 1910.
Consolidated Pinnapplo Co Ltd In
California I'rult Canners" As.m.
lAgrmt; In re extn mtge anil nihil
'ei'oy for future advnuces. ete? Si ll
The Pink Qt
O -.v.v i
5h Wti Fttt Color
OUNOSTERS," asked daddy ono evening beforo beginning bis bed
time story, "bare you ever seen a pink cat?"
"I never did," said Evelyn. "I've seen white cats and black cats
and grtiy cats, but I never saw a nlnk one." said Jack. C
"Well, onco upon a timo thero was a pink cat," said daddy, "and this 1J
bow It happened: .". , . n-J
"This cat bad been a nice, pretty whlto kltten-sbo was a very young cat
but she bid fallen Into a coal bin and had spoiled her pretty whlto fur, so
her mistress sent bcr out of her house. When the kitten caught a glimpse of
herself In a store window, with ber fur all streaked and spotted with the coal
dust, she felt so ashamed that sho crept Into n comer nnd novcr came out
again until sho bad licked off all the black. Then she went out looking for a
"It was cold weather, and tho kitten wandered Into tho first door sho camo
to. The door was that of a shop belonging to a man who dyed clothing, and
when, bo saw the pretty white kitten be said; 'Ah, I baro n good Idea. I'll dyo
tho cat and put it into tho window for a show.' So he caught poor pussy and
dipped her into tho dyo vat where thero was a lot of blue, and when be took
tbo animal out she was a beautiful blue. Then ho placed bcr In the window,
nnd nil the people of the town camo to look at tho bluo cat" -
"But you said Oils was to bo n story about n pink cat," said Jack,
"So 1 did," was daddy's answer. "That comes later. After a tlmo afl tho
peoplo'ln the town bad seen the blue cat, and no one came to look nt ber any
more; ".Then tho dyef took pussy nnd washed her In something that took oft
tho bluo color, nnd then he dipped bcr Into tho pink vat. When pussy enrao
out of that sho wns n pretty pink, nnd the dyer put her In tho window again,
"After awhile, however, pussy becamo tired of being stared at, so sho
tried to lick oft the color, for she said to herself, 'It I can lick oft this nasty
pink I shall lio wblto again, and tho dyer will havo to take mo out of his
window.' nut, try as hard as sho would, sho could uot lick oft tho dycstufT.
Sho wns 'fast color.' you seo. as they say about stockings. '"
"When poor pussy sow that sho could nottget tho color off with ber tongue
sho made up her mind to run nway. so ono 'ddyivvhcn tho dyer wasn't looking1
and ho had left the window open pussy ran'nway Into tho country. Thero
sho stayed a long time, hunting birds nndfllitle animals for food, until tho
color had quite worn off. Then shp went back Into town nnd found a boam
with a little girl who treated bcr kindly."
331, p 450. Oct 11, 1910.
Mnrlnnn domes nnd hsb (M) to
John A Matthowiunii, I); Int In pi
Innd, Helnato 1 2, N Kona, Unwell;
$10. 11 337t p 293. Oct 29, 1910.
Knuanaulu nnd wf to John O Ma
chado, D; Int in Kst of Kiiahin, S
Kona, Hawaii; I00. 11 337, p 295.
Oct 20. 1910. I
Lawrence II Kent to J 13 Schubert.
, C M; stocks nf cofllns, cnskcls, robes,
liiiuoriai.erB- tools, supplies, etc,
Ilrldgo St, IIIlii, Hawaii; S797.25. II
334, p 400, Jail 2S 1910. i
Pill Keknl ami w'f to Mnke Pill.
I); 3 pc3 land, Lnhalna, Maul; Sin
It 338, p 308. Nov 9, 190K.
Recorded Dec. 8, 1919.
William Paaliao et nl tn Seo Kong.
M; pc Innd. Kapahiilu. Honolulu, $175
II 311, p 39, Dec 8. I910.
Keakn Knhalnkaiilla nnd wf in Kd.
wnrd Kcaloha, 1); Lots 1, 2 and 3, lllk
i - ., l . , - 1 m
MJ 4 ,(.'
To Those Who Give Christ
covered with Holly and .Christ
mas kerry designs and lined
with watered paper.
All sizes and shapes.
Ready to put the present in.
Paper & Envelopes
of different grades and sizes
in exquisite boxes.
many different grades hut
each an acceptable present.
FESTOONS and CHRISTMAS
BELLS, HOLLY and MIS
DECORATIONS for the
HOUSE and TABLE for the
and Christmas Cards in won
GIFTS for your men friends.
We have any number of art
icles that will please the men.
PICTURES for the Den, the
Boudoir and College Room,
to secure the Christmas pack--; '
age. Santa ClausandHolly,,
designs. ; ' ' ''
for tying packages.
HAWAIIAN - NEWS - COMPANY, - LIMITED.
( .y.v,-,.'iT''f .,t"
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
z ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
22, Knltilanl Tract, Honolulu. Si. n
CSS. p 234, Oct 15", 1910.
Kilwanl Kcaloha to Hookano Kalu
lokaulla; I); Ixts 1. 2 and 3, Dlk 22,'
Kalulunl Tract. Honolulu. SL n 335,
p 293. Oct 15. 1910.
list of 3 C Allen by Trs to Itobcce-i
A Stone; Itel; 211 1-2 fathomu land,
Young St, Honolulu. J1000. II 314, i
p 12. Doc S. 1910. f
Mabel W Urasch and hsh (M) to
Illshop & Co. M; Lots 12 nnd 13,
b!dss, rents etc, Kaalhco Tract. Hono
lulu. S3500. II 311, p 45. Deo i.
Knnlia Kaoo In C 'Akill, D; 2 A of
U P (Or) 1180. Knlauin 4, S Kona,
Hawaii. SCO. II 335, p 290. May 28,
Kamaloknt (w) to Annlo Ailamn;
D; Int In Kill 3C04 and It Ps 5035 and
3885, Nliiuialu, Ii'hue, Knual. S50. ll
335, p 295. Oct 5, 1010.