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Hawaiian - Tlilnl llcgric.
lluitiill.in 'I liinl Degree.
Alt visiting members of tic
Order "re cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledgee
!il nn (tic
2nd and 4th
tt K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Iff m itar nt
mm ENGINEERS' 0th Ano
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, ciatiom cor
HAWAIIAN TRIDC NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets cviry llrst and third Tuesday
or each month In Fraternity Hall, 1 O.
n. i building Visiting lniitliiTH cor
dl.'illy liillul In attend.
W J ItOIIINHON. Sachem.
II V. TODD, C. of n.
10H0LULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. CI6, B. P. O.
Clks, meets !n '.heir hall, on King
Itreet, near Tort, every Friday eve
ning. Vlsll'ng Brother! are cordially
Invited to attend.
D. 1. It. ISENDERO, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEOEb, Bee.
VU. XcKINLEY I0DQE. MO. 8,
K. ot P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
tTenlug at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
'.Hall, cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Vlalt-
Ing brothers cjrdlully Invited ti at-
F. F. KILDEY, C. C.
K. A. JACOUSON, K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Friday at
7 SO o'clock, I'ythlati Hall, corner Here
lntilu und Fort streets. 'Visiting-troth
tk cordl.illy Invited to attend.'
K. DECKER, C. C.
o. heine, K. of It. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
" Meits on second nnd fourth Wedncs
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clock, In Snn Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Emma. Visiting brothers
ur Invited to nttnd.
GEO. A. DAVIS, W. P.
WM. C M'COY, Secy.
Importer Fort St
CORRECT STYLES AND PRICES
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 3038
French Model Hats
Direct Importation Received by the
BOSTON BLOCK - FORT STREET
ECE1VED exS. S.Lirlirie.'tlie lat
V est styles in LINGERIE, EVEN
ING COATS, and EMBROIDER
ED MARQUISETTES In boxes. All
kinds of novelties.
Mrs. F. Zeave
68 YOUNG BUILDING
EMBROIDEREOT HAWAIIAN "
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootees
and Wool Baby Socks) Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY STYLE8 ON
Ladles' and Men's Hats Reasonably
MR. A.NI) SIRS. JOHN HIND nro
hack home nt Mnliukona nflur a trip
to t:tiroio nnd tho Slates. They were
nwny six months.
V J. I.OWREY nnd Sirs Lowrey
were numbered among the returning
Passengers from the const In the l'n
clllc .Mull liner Manchuria this murii
Ihg. CAPT. FREDERICK DISCIIOIN for
Jours n pllut In the Inland Sea of Jn
pull, passed through Honolulu us n
passenger In the I'nclllc Stall liner
CHARLES A. LAMBERT, Idolitlllcd
with thu business Interests of -Manila,
Is u through passenger In the Pacific
Mall liner Slanchutlu which arrived
from the coast this morning.
II SI. JO.i:S, u prominent Manila
merchant and president of the Amer-
Itiui lliudware Company, Is u through
p.nseligcr III thu I'nclllc Mall liner
Manchuria which Is on route to the
MIL AND S1HS. CHARLES 11
CIIOl'KIIlt, thu well known San Fran
cisco peoiile, are completing u tour
of thu world und passed through Ho
nolulu yesterday lis passengers In the
I'.iclllc Stall liner .Mongolia.
HILNATOU OTTO FOKLKKIt of New-
York was uli Interested visitor at llo
noliil i yerterclay during the hrh'i stay
ol the Paclllc Mall liner Moiignlls nt
ho nnrt Ho Is returning from nil
cleiintu tour of thu orient
(APT. t'HAKLi:s H sli:i:pi:k, ui
eclnr of lands In the Phlllpplnei. Is a
Ihiough passenger In the Slanclmrla.
lie Is reluming fiom a vacation spent
on thu mainland Sirs. Sleepe. uc-
loiniiaules him on Ihu return tilp to
FEVER SHIP KEPT.
WELL OFF PORT
(continued from Pane 1)
lor part of the next three days to
Every Precaution Being Exercised.
It Is claimed that the men who ate
nt mescal contlnir the Hongkong Slum
Mid attending to tho supply ot water
will not be rccpilied to touch a root on
Imnril thn vessel. The coul has been
placed on a largo barge, hcio It Is
put Into baskets nnd by the means o:
i Htncinir the fuel Is passed to nil
r.tinn niirt In tho Jnnauesu steamer.
whero II Is taken In hand by the
members ot tho crow. The water is
Icing pumped Into the liner's tanks
without the necessity of personal sup'
ci-vlnloii In- nnv one from Honolulu.
Tho weather Is considered as ex-
tremnlv urnliltlotls for coalllllE tho VB&
scl outside. The sea is calm ami nt-
tl.i ui nn mMniltv tins thus far been
experienced. It Is believed Hint the
vessel will be able to weigh anchor
nud proceed to tho Orient by Wednes
day evening or Thursday "morning.
It Is understood that In order to
avoid any possible contamination with
infected mosquitoes, the coal barge as
well ns tho water boat will be sub
ject to a thorough fumigation.
ARMY AND NAVY
First Lieut. Joseph I Sunford of the
Medical Reserve Corps will be relieved
from duty nt Fort linger ut such time
as will enable htm to sail from Hono
lulu on the transport which left Mnj
nlla October 15. On arrival lit Sun
Francisco he Is to report to the ndlu-tant-generut
of the Western Division
for orders. Dr. Sanford has been stnj
tinned hero for some years past, and If
widely known unit liked both III ser
vice and civil circles. He Is post surt
gism at the Coast Artillery station. The
ordiiH uro In accordance with tho of
IIcit'h deslru to resign from the service
and leturu to private life.
A meeting of the oltlcers of the N'n
tloiial (luard of Hawaii will be held n(
uuaid hi'aihiunrti'ru this evening. CupU
Wiillvr II Johnson, II. S. A., who has
Just been detailed ns Inspector-Instructor
of the TVrrllnry, will outline u plan
of tlieori'tleul Instruction for tho offi
cers, which will ho worked out In prae-
IImi next spring and summer when tho
mllllhi troops tnku tho Held.
Colonel Joiifs, ndjutant-genernl of
the Territorial troops, expects that al)
tlm ollleers who cull possibly attend
will do so.
Cli'iiernl Mneomh, Captain Carter and
Lieutenant Andrews left department
headciuarters about noon today to Join
tlm Heiond Infantry, which Is Just
loinpletliig Its piactlso march around
the Island Cienerul Muenuili nnd Ills
stuff will pick up the column nt Fort
Slmftir and uccompnny It to Kchofleld
tarrocks, whero tho department com
mander will also Inspect tho target
prill Use of tho First Field Artillery on
Cnptnln C. C. Carter, nsslstnnt to the
hlef of stuff of the Western Division,
returned from a week's trip to Moloknl
I'csterday. As u sldo line to his inlll
:nry observations Captain Cnrter got
mine excellent shooting on his trip.
In calling nt Maul ports tho Inter
Islnml steamer Mlkahnln took on ship
ments of llvostock. Thnt vessol re-
tunicil to Honolulu with a fnlr num
ber of passengers nnd thn following
aiL'o; Threo eattlo. twenty-four
calves, firty-eght pips, chickens, eggs
und 180 packages of sundries.
City Transfer Co.
JA8. ri. LOVE
Mining Engineers and Their. Families Make Up a Consider
able Part of the cabin Passenger List Six inter-isiana
Vessels to Depart Tomorrow Enterprise In With General
Cargo and Explosives Big Oil Tanker On the Way.
With most of the mammoth cargo
ipace taken up with American cotton,
the Pacific Mall liner Manchuria. Cap-
tain Andrew Dixon, arrived nt quar-
antlne nt nn early hour ami was along
tide Alakea wharf by nlno-thlrty und "r -l-Parturo nbont noon taking lum
ii ample time for u party of eighty- '' nml '"tMlzer for Honokaa, Ku
hieo members of mining engineers k'hdf. 1. ""' "" "e!
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to visit ashore and carry out a pleas-
Ing program ot sightseeing. Tho Man-
nliiirlti lu atlltttir fr Mm nrlnnt ft I
flvo o'clock thin euMilng. White tho
MfieKi.rtr. ...nu nrnlle eirnlt nrniif.ln.l
4islli,iaii((ti n" 1'iviij mil .iiinvivii
Ith'cabln passengers but n very few
eft the- vessel nt this port, llono-
ithi "drew 18 cabin, 10 second anil 2
stcernua nasscngcrs I
The through, list will number 213
cahln. 29 second nnd 190 steerage. .Fe" KaiBlia will ciiniinnio nil vessel
Of tho eight thousand tons cargo on masters of foreign birth from the
board tho vessel which caused her to trans-Pacific aervlco with the begln
bnve a decided list to port, but 3(!8,'llnK or ,lle now yvar
tons was discharged bore. The freight! ThJ tor.v has frerpiently gone the
for this port Included 421 bales hay."0U11U8 ,n ,ho l:al t,lat "10 Japanese
4 cases shoes, 20 cases noafcai cases llno would be offleered by their nn
cigarcttcs, 20 packages wine! D40 pac- """als within a comparatively short
kages groceries, 2000 barrels cement, M'ace of time. The llox of Curios dls
16 packages express matter, C33 pack- "edits the assumption that the Jap
nges merchandise, 725 cases canned nn08 at tbe lleutl of tho uK ateam
mllk, 5 autoniobllcs, 12 packngos auto b!''P lln0 nW ""V f,"ch Intention
parts. 85 packages naval stores.
Honolulu shipping men were pleased
to creel several familiar nn,i iioimlar
officers In the Manchuria who have
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"vn unu; v iiiiv:, lutunuiio, iiidui ,
J. P. Bourne Is back from a rest, the
time being spent ashore and In tra
vel. Chief Engineer Bunker wns shak
ing hands with friends this morning
while 5r. Conrad" Iticliier was given
a hearty greeting at the wharf.
X'Tii'e 'through' cargo Includes 11,000
bales of cotton, 100 tons ot flour, 100
tons of hay, 100 tons of cement, 1,500(
tons of government stores, 110 crates'
of bicycles and eight automobiles.
Anoug thn through passengers are
Mr, M, II. de Young and family who
nro making a, tour of the world, Mr,.
de Young Having been appointed Com-
mlsstoner to represent tho Panama
Pacific International Exposition In the
Orient, Also Ferdinand von Silas.
Swiss minister-to Japan.
A mall from tho mainland amount
ing to 253 sacks was received by tho
Many Filipinos Here for Work.
Seventy Filipinos are here and ready
for work on Island plantations. They,
arrived In the Paclllc Mall liner Mon-
golla and havo been assigned to the
sugar estates. Accompanying the'
party was O. A. Slovens, who has been1
recruiting laborers lu tho Pihllppinesl
for a J ear or more. Mr. Stevens ro-'
turns to the Hawaiian Islands on nl Thero is but llttlo sugar awaiting
brief vacation beforo Inking up tho' shipment on Knual and tho freight
campaign In tho far away islands, llst of the Inter-Island steamer Kluiiu
The Mongolia brought 223 Asiatic was a (varied one though tt did not
pnssongers who lu addition to' the'lnpluda sugar; Among the Items
I.SIItllll.lu lnf.lll.lA. I A i,.n.l..i.. ..f Tnnnn.' I..l.il,l tij . . nr, .. 1
. .,. (.. ....a ,i.,,i,vii ib iiiiiiimui ui jumh-.
Fourteen cabin and 2 second class
passengers arrived lu that vessel.
Stevedores made short work of tho
discharge of seventeen hundred tons
Oriental cargo latu Saturduy night
and' Sunday morning. The liner was
dlsputched at nluo o'clock yesterday
morning taking about fifty cabin and
a few second class passengers. Elev
en days accumulation of mall amount
ing to 170 sacks was dispatched for
Sau Francisco in this vessel.
Inter.ltland Departures Tomorrow,
Six Inter-Island steamers nro listed
for departure tomorrow. Beginning
with tho flagship Mauna Ken sailing
for Hllo nnd way ports at ten o'clock
In the morning tho day will bo a busy
one In Inter-Island circles. At noon
or shortly uftor, tho steamer Nllhnu
for Kawalhao, Maliukonn, Honolpu,1 discharging cargo: Tho Imrkonttue
Knanapall and Kahulul will sail tak-,Koko Head nnd Iho bark Saint Itoga
Ing general cargo and explosives, fol- tlou, together will) the steamer I.ur-
W.C Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
IN FROM COAST
lowed by tho Hclenc for Ookaln, Lnii-
pnhoclioe, Pnpauloa, Pnnullo and porta
to Imlcn with shipments of supplies
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l,np Tltn alnonto. VlTfillnlti lu alrtln,
bcr. Tho steamer Wallclo Is slated
' lll ovenluB Hie Knual liner Klnaii
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"BOXle" ThOm MUtt Ot ShOWP.
"Uoxlo" Thorn who presides over
'"" . "' mry jvihciitoii
publication the llox of Curios, email-
n,ng ironi YoKounma, iiiscrcuiiH tne
ou-repcnie,i rumor inni ino ioyo k.i-
P"cii a ruio migiu no ciiiorccci in ine
N-,Y- K- "naiul for that matter has
.nn 111 vogue lor some time past. It
wconienuen wiui mo jnpnncso sieanv
era that call Sit Honolulu will con.
t ' '
,l,luo to sail 'the broad ocean under
the guidance f European masters.
Sierra Will BCQIven..the,Mall.
Tho Oceanic steamship Sierra due
to sail for San Francisco at ten o'clock-
on Vcdnefi'dav nlo'rnlng, will "bo given
tho mall destined for the mainland as
tho Matson Navigation Liirllno docs
not get away' until six o'clock the
evening before. Tho Liirllno Is
sovon day vessel whllo tho Sierra will
cover the distance to tho Coast port
In less than six days thereby landing
toe malls at Han Francisco consider'
ably beforo tho I.urllne's arrival there.
Big Oil Tanker on the Way.
Tho big oil tanker flying tho flag
of the Union Oil Company Is on tho
way down from the Coast according
to Into advices. This vessel Is ex
ported will bring at least forty-five
thousand barrels of fuel oil for Ihu
iwiiei uiiiKs. nio vessel sailed from
Port San. Luis on last Friday. She
Is nTidw steamer and In many ways
a similar steamship and oil carrier lo
the J. A. Chnnslor which called horn
some months ngo.
Klnau Frelnht List.
wivm!! y ui" puri. were ju nueop
threo nates of chickens, four pigs, 110
hugs of rice, thirty-five sacks of rice
bran, empty bullies and bnirols, 100
bags tain, twenty bags cocouuuts. one
Japanese theatre and 150 packages ot
Transport Sheridan Went Some.
Army transport tlmo botween Ho
nolulu und San Francisco wns rcdiic
ed nno wholn day by Iho Shorldnii
which linked at Iho Coast on Sunday,
Oft. 15. With engines overhauled
and bottom cleaned the Sheridan did
some stunts as far as speed was con
cerned on Iho voyage nnd boat ex
isting records by u number of hours,
Purser Fiench of tho Inler-tslnnd
'steamer Mlkuhala reports tho follow-
ing vessels at Knhiilul taking on or
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VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable lo MerchanU'
Monday, Oct.- 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Oct. 21:
S. S. Isthmian for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCI8CO Sailed, Oct. 22:
S. S. W. F. Horrfn, for lionolulii.
POUT ALLF.N Sailed, Oct. 19: Schr.
Defiance, for Columbia nlver.
line, weio nt Knlmliil when that ves
sel left, tho Liirllno entiilnc tn Ho
nolulu n few hours after Island boat.
Iloth tho sailing craft wcro still dis
charging cargo at the Maul port.
Enterprise Ilruuglit Expioshes ami
Ten head of horses nnd mules und
a large general cargo Including giant
powder, distillate and merchandise to
the amount of thlrty-llvu hundred tons
arrived from San Frunclsco In tho'
Mutson Navigation steamer Enter
prise this morning, Tho Enterprise
take u run formerly covered by 'the
Hyades, which Is now laid up pending
some alteration und repairs. The En
terprise went to the Hackteld wharf,
und It Is the expectation of Castle &
Cooke, the local agents, that the ves
sel will be ready to sail for Kaana
pall, Kuhulul, Hllo und tlienco to San
Frunclsco with u shipment of sugar,
pineapples nud other lines of Hawaii
an products. Cnpt. J, O. Youngberg
Is tho muster of tho Enterprise and
though not u frequent visitor nt the
port, he possesses a wtdu circle of
friends In Honolulu shipping circles'.
Isthmian Sails for Honolulu.
Tho Amerlcan-llawaljun freighter
Isthmian sailed from San Francisco
for Honolulu on Saturday according
to advices received by General Freight
Agent C. P. Morse, of the American-
Hawaiian line. This vessel Is bring
ing New York cargo which left tho
East coast port on September Cth and
Defiance Away for the Coast.
The American schooner Defiance
was dispatched for l'ugct Sound on
InBt Thursday according to report
brought from Kuunl norts hv tho ciiTL-
cers In the Inter-Island, steamer Kl
naii. nils vessel discharged a ship
ment of general cargo at Port Allen.
Per P. M. S. S. Manchuria, from
Snn Frunclsco For Honolulu: A,
Worn, Miss Al. B. Cross, Mrs. Hoht.
P. Dow. M. Green, II. H. Unas, P. J.
iowrey, Mrs. P. J. Lowroy, U. W. Mc
intosh, Mrs. B. W. Mcintosh, Dr. 13. T.
Mouser, Mrs. 11. T. Mouscr, Miss Trti
exa Mouscr, Miss Madeline Mouser,
S. M. Phillips, Mrs. S. M. Phillips, Dr.
M. It. Edwards, Mrs. M It. Edwards,
Bishop Win. M. Boll. Chas. T. Lynch.
Per stmr. Klnuu, from Kauai ports,
Oct. 22. Ivy Wnlalealo. K. Nlkl. Mls3
Y. Nngata, M. I.. Hunt, Mrs. M, Al
meida and 2 children, II. T. Purvis
Mrs. Purvis. Mrs. G. P. Oahlll. A. Akl
na. It. Qulnii, J, A, Honnn, S. Okuuo,
Mrs. T. K. Imit, Mrs. A. Perry, Mis.
Jnr.llno, Geo. Malilkoa", W. M. GIITnrd
C. Oleson, f. O'Hrlen, J. Tovos. Mrs.
Toves. J, Itodrlgues, Mrs. Itodrlgues,
Mrs. K. Alu nnd child, Hop Wo, Mr J.
II. Nupalla and child, K. Owo.
Per stmr. Mlknhala, from Maul and
Molokal ports, Oct. 22. W. K. Wall,
A. C. Wall, K. Scovllle, Capt. C. C.
Carter, Miss A, PreitaB, C. II, Cooke,
Miss A. Cooke, J. C. Kershnn, II. C.
Mossnmn, M. It. Costn and wife, James
Mil nro, P. Brlttnln nnd wife, Miss J,
Hniimen, Mrs, I.. Kawcla, Mrs. l'oalia,
Per I M. S. S. Mnnrmuia, for J.i
pan nud China ports, Oct, 23 C. A
Ulston, Mrs. C. A. Klston, (!. A, Jor
dan, W. P. Ivovatt, Michael Luerv,
Miss C. Richardson, Mlsu C, Soainuus,
Wlllam Schroder, W. Schullz, Mrs
W. 801111117., G. Schutto.
VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.
GETS NEW CADILLACS
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Four of tho 1012 Cadillacs, consign
ed to tho von Hnmni-Ynung garage,
were landed in Honolulu this morn
ing, and It Is oxpectcd Hint the com
pany will not bo nblo to keop oven a
demonstrator on hnnfl for any length
of tlmo ns a number of applications
havo been mado for Iho cars.
The Cadillacs for next year havo
an electric generating system which
provldos power for Iho self starling
device nnd for sldo nnd tall lights, ns
well ns current for re-chnrglng tho
battery Ignition system. In doslgn
they nro unusually smart., nnd they
nro snld to bo oven moro rclluhlo than
tho thoroughly lestod models of the
last two ycurs.
Monday, Oct, 23.
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M. S.
9., a. m.
San Francisco Knlerprlso, M. N. 3
3., a. in.
Hawaii ports Nlllinu, stmr., n. in.
lDcelnrfng tha't the moveinent stands
for the distribution of tbe responsibil
ity. Itcv. Dr. Hough, sieretnry of tho
board of missions of thn United Breth
ren church III New York, outlined the
connection between the laymen's mis
sionary movement mid tho local church,
ut the banquet with which tho confer
ence was opened today ut the Y, M. C.
A. Between K.O nnd 200 people were
III nttendaiiee, with Major A. M. Davis
In the chair.
Itev. Dr. Hough said that the hnrdest
thing nt the present day was to stir
up tho average, man who cares for
nothing. He snld that the only way to
get nt them was tn give them n new
sensntlon, nnd Illustrated this by nn
apt Illustration. A man driving n
balky horse came tn n hill find, get
ting out of the rig, hit his foot bard
with a stone, "That was to give him
n new sensation so that ho would not
think or balking," he told his friend
when they bad got to tho top of the
Charles A. Gunn, who spoke next, Is
not quite so sanguine ns lo the success
of tile scheme laid down by Dr. Hough.
He says that most men will come to
thu Uuiiquotg. and uiccligs, but when
It comes to n canvass they my they
have not time. "The only way to sue
cecd," be snld, "Is to put yourself Into
tho work In such u way that you must
get results. You have to do the snmo
In business nnd why not do so hero?"
The prltno factor of tho moveinent
was to get money i-o thnt the work
can be carried on. He told them of
lilt own llfo nnd how tho call enmu
to him, through two of his children
being tnken nwny. No work, ho snld,
enn succeed without sncrlllce.
The program for this evening Is as
11. II. Trent, chairman.
Ilymri "The Son of God Goes Forth
Prayer Dev. D. C. Peters
Subjoct: "Tho Field Is the World."
Address Rev. Kong Yin Tot
"China, It's Need of Christ."
Hymn "Fling Out tho Banner."
Address Dr. Doremus Scudder
"Japan nnd Korea: Their Need
Hymn "Jesus Shall Reign"
Benediction Rev. II. K. Pocpoa
Although Dr. Scudder Is billed to
speak nt the Y. M. C. A. tonight tho
program has been changed nt the last
moment and It Is arranged that
Bishop Bell, who arrived lu tho Man
chiiiia will speak Instead of Dr. Scud
Bishop Bell is a forceful speaker
ami all arc Invited to hear him.
E. R. STACKABLE
E. It. Stackablo, collector of cus
loins, proved the highest bidder when
eealed proposals for the leasing of tho
government vat,crfront property loc
ated oil Fori and Allen streets wcro
opened Saturday at the olllce of tho
depot quartermaster.- Mr. Stackablo
olteied $125 per month for the live
year term offered by tho government
fur Iho 55.830 square feet of property,
and the recommendation of Captain
Game, depot quartermaster, that the
bid bo accepted, has been forwarded
Mr. Slackahle, beyond slating that
he made the bid purely in his personal
capacity and nut as a customs olll
clul, Is reticent about tho use ho In
ieiulii to put tho property to lu thu
event of his bid being approved.
"I'm not ready to make anything
public us yet," said ho tills morning.
"In the first place I haven't been glv
en tho leiiBo yet, nud In the second
my plans mo not definite. Five oars
Is too short a time to Justify any bg
Improvement wink, but ut tho price
tho lease looks like a good Invest
ASAHI THEATER HAS
NEW PROGRAM TONIGHT
Beginning with the third week of
business nt tho Asiibi Theater, tljo
iniinugeinent iinnoiinces nn entirely new
program for tonight, which promises
to bo the best yet presented. Eva
Rowland, tho imiselo dancer, claims to
havo n now- dnnco for tonight's bill,
presenting tho sumo routine seen nt
Saturday's matinee, when a perfurin
iineo for ladles only was offered. At
this matlneo Miss Rowland appeared
twice, In mill it Ion to her il.iuce making
ii few remarks to the ladles present
on form development, etc., nnd demon-
stinting her speech with calisthenics.
As Is tho custom on Monday night,
nn enthely new set of moving pictures
will bo shown.
TAFT WITH CITY
,t ,s . t ,', . .y Ji i J $ $
President Tnft Is In thorough
: sympathy with Honolulu's fight '
8. fur the passage of American
S, vessels free through the Panama ?
' Canal, In bis address In San
i Francisco, President Tnft de
' "And, Insofar ns wo may, this
gov eminent must sec to It-thnt'
! the tolls charged In thn canal, nt ?
' least In American vessels, shall "
s be met either by n reduction or 'i
n wiping out of tho toll, or If
that can not bo donn under the
$ treaty, them by n conttlbutlon
from the trensury of tho Unit- "
' ed Slates ninountlng to ns much
.?' oh tho tolls will be n ship sub-
sidy, If you please. Otherwise
'? wo can not afford to build this "
cnnnl, which has for Its first oh- s
' Ject to double tho elllelency of
V our navy, nnd, second, to double v
y the elllelency of our coastwise
' connection between the enst nnd "
J' west coasts of the United
s States, nnd everything must be
'? devoted to, nud every policy 8
ndopted must have tn mind, the f
closer trndo union of the west '
coast nnd the Atlantic coast." re
TO BE RETRIED
Judge Robinson today Issued an ord
er for the retrial of the 120-odd dlvorco
cases held Illegal by iho Supremo
Court's decision Inst week.
Among those whoso divorces arc de
clared Invalid by the court's decision
and tho date of decree, are:
Annie A. Owens vs. Fred Owens;
April 9. l'Jlt.
Manuel Phillips vs. Sarah Phillips;
March 23, 1910.
Cecilia Grave vs. Anderson Grace;
April 21, 1910.
George E. Iako vs. Mary Lako; Apr.
George Frledenberg vs. Susan Fried
enberg; July 11, 1910.
Wallace Jackson vs. Emma Jack
son; July 23, 1910.
Mary Dunbar vs. E. 8. Dunbar; May
Elizabeth K. Young vs. Charles
Young; Dec. 27, 1910.
Emily Benson vs. Manuel Benson;
Jan. 3, 1911.
Eninia Holt vs. Christopher J, Holt;
Dec. 29, 1910.
E. E. Hnrtman vs. Lucy E. K. Hart
man; Jan. 9, 1911.
Alice Peters vs. William K. Peters;
Jan. 20, 1911.
Elvira Rennlo vs. John Hennle;
Feb. 3, 1911.
ElUuheth Huddy vs. J. h. Huddy;
Feb. 26, 1911.
Julia Delunoy vs. James J. Delan
ey; Mar. 27. 1911.
Mlna T, Ferguson vs. Frank L. Fer
guson; Juno 6, 1911.
Allco K. Bruun vs. Peter N. Briinn;
July 11, 1911.
Lily Lycett vs. W. 11. Lycett; Aug.
Etta II. Phillips vs. John Phillips;
Aug. 8, 1911.
Emma 'II. N. Clark vs. Henry C.
Clark; Aug. 8, VJI1.
Elsa C. Almy vs. II. N. Aluiy; Apr.
LUzle K. Halstend vs. Samuel K.
llalstead; May 2, 1911.
Caroline M. Anderson vs. Charles
Auderuou; Aug. 31, 1911.
Herbert P. Notlage vs. May Hast
ings Nottago; Sept. B, 1911.
Abblo Fern vs. 'John K. Fern; Sept.
Alitouo G. Cuuliii vs. Julia Ciinlia;
Oct. 10, 1911.
Magglo Ilundorp vs. Carl Hundorp;
April 8, 1910.
Salllo Douglaa vs. Allan E. Douglas.
(Continued from ge 1)
Meflruyen nnd Wren directed him to
01 Eddy street, tellng bliq tho chief
executive was there. Metz wiis not
aware that ho was being directed to the
central police station. Ho told Ills
story nnew und wits detained for u
whllo by the police.
Secrelury Kliic Purler this morning
rccolvod a wireless from thn president
Hiking 111 in to make arrangements for
nn nter-slund steamer to pick up his
automobile, Tho running of tho
freight boats Is uncertain, however,
and Dr. Pratt will must likely go buck
to Hllo and come fiom there on tho
Weekly HoUwtln ( tier r
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