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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 6, 1912.
Perfection -I llli Ilcgnr.
Order of Hie Temple.
l.cl MiiIiii Chapter o. It,
0. i:. S. Regular.
AH tltltlng mcmbtrn of t&f
Order r cordially Inrltcd to
attend meeting of local liCf tt
Jlret on the
l!nd nml Ith
lit K.r. Hull
7::ill 1 Jl.
Mil. MrKIM.CY I.lllllii:, M. S,
K. of P.
. Mo -Is every 2nd and 4th Satur
VwjaUiiy evening at 7:30 o'clock In
,foyK- of P. Hall. cor. Kort mid
XjS' Ilcretanla. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
A. V. UKRTSS. C C.
F. F. KILHKY, K. R. S.
o.vnr i.oniii: o. i, k. of r.
y&. Meets every first and third Frl-
VJday at 7:30 o clock, Pythian
ejvjllall, comer Herctanla mid
Fort streets. Visiting brother
cordially Invited to attend.
S. nF.CKF.lt, C. C.
O. HF.INF,, K. of It. & S.
im.voi.ui.u i.okci:, :u;, n. p. o. :.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C
It. P. 0. Klks, meets in
their linll, on KlnK St.,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Hroth
ers are cordially Invited
I). P. It. 1SF.M1KR0, E. U.
GKO. T. KLUEOKL, Sec.'
HAWAIIAN Tltllli: 0. 1, I. 0. K. .11.
Meets every first nnd third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, 1. O. O. F
building. Vis, ting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
HF.N'RY A. ASCII. Sachem.
LOUIS A. PERRY, C. of It.
iio.Noi.ri.r akkii: no, r. o. i:.
fc) Meets on second and fourth
gKa. Wednesday evening of each
' moiitli at 7.30 o'clock, in
San Antonio Hull, Vineyard
street; near Emma. Visiting brother
are Invited to attend.
P. HiaUINS, V. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Secy.
no.voi.ri.r i.oniii: .o. sou,
I.. (. o. )L,
will meet in Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King, every Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIIUOSE J WIRTZ, Dictator.
E. A. JACOIISON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON S. PARSONS
New Styles by the Lurline
PHONE 3038 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
MIHInery Parlors, Boston Block
1027 NUUANU STREET
fe Up'.to'.date Millinery and Men's Halt
K. O. HA Mi SOX, Mil.
Cor. King mid Kurt Sts., 1I0.0U'I.U
iHnrilvfnrc, Paints uml Oils, Ship
chandlery, Slows, Crockery, (ilnss.
wnrrf and Ktlelirn 1,'lcnsllst Sporllng
(.oods, tiiius, Itcvolvrrs and Airimunl.
Tim must fc'e! tin II ii I let hi to
Bel the Xens.
PIANO and FURNITURE
OFFICE, KINO STREET
(Additional Shipping Newa on Page 10)
Captain Simcrson. For a Generation Past With the Inter-Island
Company. Is Believed Will Be Acquitted of All Re
sponsibility for Recent Accident The Troopship Logan
Makes Short Stay at Honolulu Chief Officer Cameron
Dies On Day of Sailing.
Km the flii time In a good many
nmniliN a rccnh.i Kona and Kau liner
,lc(! inn oi Hie poit of Honolulu
with a skipper other than Captain
nifin C. Slmerson on the hrlclge.
The ('cp.utino of the Intel-Island
-learner Kllauen for windward Hawaii
piiilK of rail esteiday afternoon tin
ier tin- command of Captain Sam
Thompson caused comment along the
walerfront nnd In circles where local
Mpplng men mo wont to congregate.
Captain Slmersou remains nshnro
nemllng the completion of an luvcsti
catlou now under way roucerulug t ho
grounding of the Kllauea off Fisher
man's Point a week ago. The vessel
while under the general command of
(ho veteran skipper, was, at the time
if going on tile reef, In charge of the
thlul "Mirer, who. It is claimed, had
been given explicit Instructions to call
his chief on coming within range of
the port of Kallua. Tllo mate Is al
leged to have It'.nored these Instruc
tions and the Kllauea hung for sumo
little time on the rocks bcfiire re
gaining deep water.
It Is more or lens freely predicted
:hat Captain Slmerson, who lias heeti
identified with tlto Intcr-Islnud serv
'ce for the past twenty-eight years In
several important capacities, will
enmc out of tlto Investigation with
Captain Sain Thompson, the pres
ent Minster or tlto Kllauea, has been
tor vi'Mi-H a favorite with patrons ami
hlppers who used tliu steamer W. O.
Mall as a medium of transxirtatlon
letweeu Honolulu uml ports along the
roast of Kntt.tl.
"Doe" Howard Back From Honokaa,
"Doc" Howard blew in from Kukiii
liuele and Honokaa this morning on
his llagshlp, the fast and furious YA'ni
'ele. "Djc." who. he It known from
oko Head to Harbor's Point, Is Justly
ameil as the lleau Ilrummcl among
liuer-Isliind pursers, reported a flno
nip. I'ndei Ills expert chapeionage
there arrived at Honolulu 7B gay and
frolicsome bovlno passengers, who
took a reluctant departure from the
dilp when It was whispered Into their
espectlve ears Hint Howard must
eavo Hie vessel to hold -a consultation
vltlt IiIh physicians pending heroic
Ircntment for a refractory tooth. The
Wallele alr-o brought 9n.7 sacks Ho
nokaa sngur, with 11 packages sun
dries. On arrival this morning Pnrser
I toward received iv trunk tilled with
new and gorgeous raiment, which gar
ments will now add to the gaiety of
the local waterfront and at tho samo
time serve to dispell sonto of tho gloom
occasioned bv tho continuous perform
ance of an aching molar, borne with
long-suffering sllcneo by tho well
known steamship olllelal.
Seas Prevent Cl.tudlne Working.
Heavy seas at Nahlku prevented tho
ivoiklug of cargo boats from the lit-tor-Island
steamer Clandlne. Purser
Klhllug loporlcd on arrival at Hono
lulu this morning that tho steamer
met with considerable rough weather
on the homeward trip, a heavy swell
prevailing with light winds.
The Clandlne returned with n fair
sized list of cabin and deck passen
gers and the following Hems of
freight: A cm load of paving hlocku,
Hi crates chickens, 212 sacks feed, 10
cords wood, 7 hogs. 71 pieces ohla
lumber. 08 sacks corn, anil 131 pack
Tho Cliiiidluo Is on tho berth for
dispatch for Maul and Hawaii ports
at ."i o'clock Krldii) afternoon,
No Anxiety Felt Over Norwegian
No anxiety Is expressed In local
shipping elides over Iho non-anlval
of the Nurwoglan steamship Prinio
llietis, which ei.sel Is reported to
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tef. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagni
( Schlitz Beer
have sailed from Ocean Island with a
1 lull shipment of phosphate rock on
Feb. 20th. The Prometheus and her
cargo Is consigned to T. II, Davlcs &'
jCo. Tho vessel should nrrlve here nt
any tiny. If tho date given for hci I
departure from the south seas Is coi1
lectly icported. Under ordinary con-,
li(l!(ll(H uiu Mcuiucr l" uxiieciud (O
take between fourteen nnd seventeen
days In making the trip to Honolulu.
Hall Arrived Through Heavy Seas.
Rough weather prevented the load
ing of sugar at one of tho Kiiuiil ports
of call of Hie Inter-Island steamer W.
(!. Hall, which vessel Is nn arrival nt
the poit this morning, bringing rQnil
sacks sug.ir, a quantity of empty
drums, kegs and bottles, 21 hags en
coauiits. nnd HI packages sundries.
A small list of passengers arrived
In tlin ulMUMini Thn nlllnnru raiui.t
strong head winds and hciKy scan
both outward and Inward. Tho Hall
Is loading cargo preparatory to sail
ing for Kauai at 3 o'clock tomorrow
Honolulan Sailing at Six This
i'loin Huckfcld wharf, the Matsou
Navigation steamer llonotulnn will ho
dispatched at fi .o'clock this evening
destined for San Franclrco. Tho Ho
nolulan will depart with about fifty
cabin passengers, n Intc mall for tho
mainland and her hold filled with su
gar and smalt shipments of other
lines of Hawaiian products totaling
neai ly &hh tons Height.
Schooner Robert Lewers To
Tho shipment of lumber brought
down from Hie mainland In tho seluxi
nor Robert Lowers has been discharg
ed at the port nnd the vessel Is to bo
linulcd to the (piarantlno wharf for
fumigation lodny. Tho Robert Low
ers will then he rendy for sea and a
return trip to Pnget Sound,
Troopihlp Thomas Due Here
Local (luartermaster ofllclnls expect
tho United s'tutes Army transport
i nomas, now en routo from San Fran
ilsco. to arrive here on or about next
Tuesday. The vessel sailed from the
Coast port yesterday, according to n
cablegram received here.
Local Notice to Mariners.
Hawaiian Islands O.ihu Island
Honolulu Harbor Channel (Jr.s
Puny. No. !), prcvloucly reported re
moved during dredging operations in
that vicinity, was replaced Mnrch o,
WEST VIRGINIA BALL
A SOCIAL SUCCESS
Tho Jolly .lack Tars or tho West
Virginia wcro hosts at a farowoll
dance given ut tho Young Hotel last
night. It was uno of tlto most sue
ccssful of tho series given by tho sov
crnl ci Hirers during their stay here.
Saturday night tho other ships of
the fle,et club together nnd glvo a big
ilnncc on tho Young roof garden. Doth
pavilions win bo used,
K. Matsumoto, local Japanese con
tractor, wroto to his friends hero that
he was one of the guests at a banquet
given in honor of His Imperial Jupnii
eso Majority, hlmperor Matsunioto, on
November HI, IIMI, In tho Prefecture
of Fiikuokn, Japan.
The T. M. S. Parcel Delivery and
Messenger Sorvlco are ready. Mes
senger boys run be gotten any luluuto
of Iho day. Phone 18(11; and tho par-
Ice! delivery leaves town twice a day
'for Piinahou, Xuitunu and once n day
tfor Mauoa, Walklkl nnd Kalmukl
i-none istiz, wo leu you tno rest.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
p s i rt j? i 8
. t 2. j 31 3
r,ir- rt.m. 'p.m.'ii m. p.m.
i i ni l." 6w ii i iijo cis c.o; t.is
1 .voi i,i .v.V' iui ii.m &i.v oe; i.io
p.in. "' ,
0 Vu I..1 :MJ( I a.1 li o-o o m
".31 1.5 ttWllM, (I..M 0.1.1, 0( 103.1
M 1.1 8.1."i IJ.I.V J.IS (Ml1 Cl- tl.9
8 B.ll 1J 0.1.1 .m! 1.1.1 Ctl 0Ol
10 KOI 1..V I 3.1.1 ' CIOI fl-Cn! M
I-ust quarter of the moon March 10.
Temperatures 0 n. m., fifij 8 n, m
07; 10 n. in., 70; noon, 71 j morning
Ilnromctcr nt S a. m., 30.1C: dew
point nt 8 a, m .53; relative humid
ity, 8 n. in., 02; nhsolutc humidity, 8
a. m., -1.490.
Wind C a. ni velocity 10, direction
N. K.; 8 n. m., velocity 8, direction K.
10 n. m., velocity 14, direction N. K.;
noon, velocity 13. direction N. 10.
Totnl wind movement Tor 24 hours
ending 8 a. m., 229 miles.
Totnl rainfall for 24 hours ending 8
n. m., .03 Inch.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM jHE ISLANDS
(Special Cnfilc to Merchants'
Wedniday, March 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Urlved: Mlir. 5,
S. S. Wilhelmlna, hence Feb. 28; S.
S. ltosccrans, hence Feb. s,,, Hailed:
Mar. S, S. S. Illlonlnli, for Honolulu
via Puget Hound: .Mar. (I, 12:"0 p. in.,
H. 8. I airline, fur Honolulu; tog
Hercules, for Honolulu.
WII.r.APA HAUIIon Hailed: Mar. 3,
schr. W. J. Patterson, for 1 1 Ho.
llll.d Sailed: Mar. 3, schr. S. T. Al
exander, for Hureka. Arrived: Mar.
5, schr. K. K. Wood, from POrt
H. H. Chlyo Mnru Arrives from .Yo
kohama ut noon Thursday and sails
for Han Frmiclseo Friday morning.
Mali for Hun Francisco per H. S. Ho
nolulan closes 4:30 p. in. today.
Wednesday, Mnrch II.
Manila via Nagasaki, Japan l.o
Ban, U. S. A. T., h.m.
Honokaa nnd Kukulhuclc Wallele,
Hawaii via Maui ports Clandlne,
stmr., a. in.
Knunl iHirlH W. O. Hall, stmf.. a. in,
Ivoloa l.lkellke, stmr., a.m.
Tuesday, March fi.
Japan and China ports Shluyii
Mam, Jap. stmr., 4 p.m.
Maul and Moloknl ports Mikaliala,
btmr., "i p.m.
Portland Ouernsey, Nor. stmr., p.
Kauai poits N'oeaii, stmr., 5 p.m.
Kmial poits Klnnii, stmr., ." p.m.
Hawaii ports Nllliau, stmr., ." p in
I p.ssi:.(ii:it.s AititivKii
Per V. S. A. T. Uigaii. from Manila
via Nagasaki, Japan, March fl. For
Honolulu: Win. (i. Roose, (1. 11.
Stafford. Mrs. Stnfforil, Alejandro Ca
non, For Snn Francisco: Col. II. O.
Hcistiiud, Mrs. Hclstnnd, Col. James
I.uudecn. Mrs. I.tinriccn, Major A. V.
P. Anderson, Mnjor Stophon M. Ilack
noy, dipt. Henry S. Wygant, dipt.
Carl I. Stone, Mrs, Stone, Mrs. Mo
nitor Stone, dipt. I,. K. Cheatham,
Mrs. Cheatham, W. C. Stlvcrson, Mrs.
Stlvcmm, dipt. H. Churchill, Mrs.
J. W. Chutchlll, l.t. Cnmdr. K. F.
F.ggcrt, Lieut. A. .3. Klhoo, Lieut. J.
K. Oshorn, 1st Lieut. G. M. Allen, 1st
Lieut. W. It. Dear, Mrs. Dear, l3t
Lieut. F. S. Wrlftht, 1st Lieut. I.. It.
Dunbar. 1st Lieut. A. n. Davis, Mrs.
Davis, 1st Llottt, A. J. Conroy, 1st
Lieut. A. S. A. pougherty, Mrs.
Dougheity, 1st IJeiit. (5. F. Helming,
Mrs, lleniilng, let Lieut. II. F. Phil
Ips, Jfrs. Philips, Llottt. II. M. Cooloy,
2nd Lieut. A. V. Robins, 2nd Llottt.
Uoht. Colter. 2nd Llout. 1?. I.. Oils
sell, Mrs. (Irlssell, J. p. Iltirgert, Kit
geno Q'llrlon, Miss Kllznheth O'llrlen,
Miss Anno M. Slicn, S. II. D.iken,
.V.lss Anna Turner, Mrs, F. R. Ilrady,
Mrs, (thus, Hostor, Mrs. R. It. Ol.iss,
Jlrs. K. M. Lard, Mrs, K. P. lliillon,
Jits, K. p. Thompson, Mrs. Sarah
Harrows. j. Untchor. II. N.
Rliirth, Miss Margaret (iraf, Allou A.
Holmes. Mrs. Holmes, Mis, C. .Initios,
dipt. J. ,. Johnson, w. A. Kerr,
Ilobt. M. Lyle, J. C. Liuidgrcn, Mrs.
I.imdgren, Mrs. C. L. Miller. Mis. W.
T. Noltlug, Miss Htizcl Noltlng, Fran
cisco Onato, Mrs, E. C. Rlclioy. C.
W. Ilunoll. Mrs. Ilurrell. .Mrs. (1. !
Snniuclsou, c. J, Stanollfr, Mrs.
Slancllff, Mrs. C. II. S. Stnnellff.
Mrs. II. 8. Schick, Mrs. W. II. Wa
ters, !:. p. Whltlon. J. W. Aganatno,
K. P. lliillon, Chas. L. Sage, Hurry
Much favorable louuucnt on the pure
fond bolird's decision prohibiting tho
Importation of absinthe Into Hie I'nlt
ed States has been received by t?m
lincM jour money In II it 1 1 e 1 1 it
liiherlMng ami It reliii-us In vim n
There has been n change 111 the de
tails of the ceremony tomorrow by
which Admiral tiouthcrlnml takes pvi-r
command of the Paellle licet mid Ad
miral Thomas raises his ling on the
West Virginia uuil snlls for home uml
Instead of both thy California nnd
West Virginia being at the dock when
the exchange lakes place, It has been
decided Hint the West Virginia lie out
side, nil ready to get under way for
the Coast when Admiral Thomas comes
nlioard. At about 11:30 tomorrow
morning Admiral Soutlierlaml will haul
down his ling tut the Wost Vlrglnln,
that cruiser saluting with 13 guns. Ad
miral Southcrlaiid will then come
aboard th- California, where the or
ders will be read, Admiral ThomaV
Hag being saluted with 13 guns its It
comes down. As the Hag of the new
commander-in-chief Is raised, the guns
of tlto entire licit will boom out n
tribute, nnd n similar salute will be
given Admiral Thomas when IlK Hag
goes up on the Wet Virginia. The
latter ship will nail for tho Coast at
about .1 o'clock toinorrnw uftcriinon.
There Is a strong iirulinblllty thatuii
olllCer will he detached from the Pa
ellle fleet nnd assigned to the Hono
lulu nnvnl station. Admiral CoyvIcm Is
Without ii line olllecr of high runk, and
has asked for one. A lleulenniit com
mander, or a lieutenant well up on
the llt. Who Is entitled to nhori ilutv.
will probably get the post. In wblci.
c lie will become contain of the
yard, vice Chief lloatswnlu Ketiney.
Work ut Pearl Harbor Is progressing
favorably, although It has been an
noxious time Tor Hit navy engineers.
Tho Hrst section of Hie drydock has
been strengthened in a satisfactory
tray, nnd the crib of the second sec
tion l completed uml rendy for con
.Major Hill, lied marine olllecr, this
morning Joined the three companies of
marines now at Hciintlcbl llarracks for
target practise. Tho marines will ho
hi rump about two weeks to complete
the tiring course.
IS POOR SPORT
PARIS. IV.. Fell. 17 Tn such nil
extent bus gambling spread In ParN
and the French provinc'.il resorts fre
iiienteil by Americans that the I'll. Ho
lier of Deputies has (Icclilcil tn take up
the matter and divert some of the mil
lions thus siiuaudercd Into the national
At a Hingle club, scarcely a step
from the Place de "opera, it Is stated,
during the year Just emUd no less
than SIOO.OOO.UOO was ilxked on the
turn of Hie cards nt baccarat, and
there are nearly u dozen places in tho
city win re nearly as much Is staked
Baccarat is responsible for the di
vorce which li now pending between
Harmless Vnughaii. the morganatic
wife of Hie late king of the llelglans,
nnd her second husband. It Is said
that when her friends told the baron-
less tb.it her Imsbaltd was fond of hac.
carat she replied:
"Let him play a million. R won't
At the end of a very brief period,
however, she was forced to put a stop
to It. lis h. i- husband's hisses at tin.
card tnble are suld to hnvo reached
$400,000 In a sliiRle day. and to hlivo
threntened to swallow up the fortune
left her b King Leopold, the actual
amount of which has never been re
vealed, POST CARDS
TELL OF DUKE
Sllll no cable news Irnm Iho Hti
waiftin swimming parly that is barn
storming the Fast.
Tlto neatest tiling lu Inroimation
comes to Duke Knhanainokii Senior,
from his sou, in two postcards, dated
Chicago Feb. I!) and Pittsburg Feb. 21
respectively. They read as follows:
"Just arrived Id Chicago. Took us
three days friini Frisco. It's pretty
cold hero hut nothing to ho worried
(if Thlu lu ..,.,.,, .I.,l.. .. I ..I... ,(,
" I' .VIIMIIII 1 IlltOj Lllj, ii
I (, I. ,!. , , .. ...a.
juni. nun.- mi nn, ciuviKcii runway.
"Hero we arc In Pittsburg. Jttbt
heeti In this tank for a swim. They
say that It's tho best, tank lu the
comiiiy. will swim In It for tho
championship. Tho peoplo here tiro
very kind. Wo aro nil staying hero
for a few nights."
That Is all the news that has conio
lo Honolulu from the swimmers.
Alderman I.. A. livallee was elect
id iua(ii- of Montreal by u majority
of 12.000 over Alderm.ui Oorge Mar
ch. The total vote was Ijmillei- l'S.
MVk. Mat ell Ifi.Jli'!.
Si Collector of Customs St'tcku'ilo Jt
tt Is practically sure of reappoint- St
St niont. according to new on good it
tt authority Hint has reached here SS
tt during tho past few days. SS
tt It Is declared Hint only a crlt- SS
SS leal political exigency will pre- St
SS vent Tart tcuppnlnllng Stnck- SS
tt nhlc, the exigency being the nc- tt
tt ccsslty of rewarding some one SS
SS else politically by the bestowal SS
SS of the ortlce. SS
U U tt SS St K SS SS SS SS tt ii it St tt it V
Collector Stncknble was Indorsed for
reappointment nt n meeting of the
executive committee of the Republi
can Territorial Central Committee,
held nt noon today at Republican
headquarters In the J mid building.
The committee nlso Indorsed W. M.
aiffiird for chairman of the Hoard of
Agriculture nnd Forestry to succeed
C. S. Judd, resigned, and Indorsed
Waller A. Fugle to be chief clerk In
the land olllce and Buh-ngctit of the
Fifth Innd district.
At the meeting this noon were
Chairman A. I). Cooper, C. C. .lames,
William Thompson proxy for C. A.
Itlce of Kuiml, Harry Auld, Clarence
Crabbe proxy for Curl S. Carlsnilth.
STOCK IS HELD
Only four inen In Hawaii own Amer
ican Sugar Rclltiiiig Co. stock, or "su
gar trust slock," according to the re
port of the IIouso committee Investi
gating sugar, recently Issued. Thu
number of stockholders Is 1U3.V.I, Mas
sachusetts leading with 12,2nt. lucl
('entally, Hawaii Is put down lu the
rciKirt among the foreign countries.'
The value of tho Hawaiian-owned
stock Is $841)0, eighty-four shares be
ing hold here.
RUNNING IN 1908"
Outlook Says Former Presi
dent Was Talking of Third
Ni:V YORK, Feb. 10. That Theo
dore Roosevelt had the third consec
utive term In mind when ho an
nounced In 11)07 that ho would not tie
it cnndldato for tho presidency again,
Is the view expressed editorially In
tho Outlook today. An Interim or
four years breaks whatever power a
President might have to perpetuate
himself In olllce, nnd Roosevelt hav
ing returned to private life hi con
sidered as having redeemed his
The Outlook editorial Is much dis
cussed here, because since Colonel
Roosevelt's return front Afrlcn, the
Outlook Is looked upon by politicians
ns speaking with sanction. When nn
attempt was mado tonight to find out
whether the editorial In the current
Issue of the periodical of which
Roosevelt Is an editor, was author
lied by tho Colonel, and seml-olllclal
In Its nature, tho best that could he
learned from Karl V. S. lluwlnnd,
secretary of the Outlook company,
was that tho views expressed In the
editorial were the views of Outlook.
Outlook's editorial uses this Illus
tration: "When ii man says at breakfast In
tho morning, 'No, thank you, I will
not take any moro coffeo.'lt does not
mean that ho will not tako nny more
eoffee tomorrow morning, or next
week or next month, or next year.
And when Colonel Roosevelt said,
'Under no circumstances will I bo ti
cnndldato for or accept another nomi
nation,' he did not mean ho would
not accept tho nomination In 1012, or
l'J If, or 11)20. He simply meant it its
his puhllcly-exprosg'cd opinion In Uml
and ho repealed In 11107 that ho would
not accept In IfloS, which would have
tuiiilo three consecutive terms for
At it regular meeting of the Fourth
District, Tenth Precinct, Democratic
Club, held at Patina on Tuesday even
ing, the following were elected as mil
errs for the ensuing period;
Moses K. Palaii, president; tleorge
Nichols, vice-president; F. W. Weed,
secretary; Henry Mllia, assistant see
ictury; Hoi. K. Piil.iu. treasurer; John
. W'uhh'on, county committeeman,'
I.. II Kiibllahil.i. Walter Isalul. Moi
boniia, Judges of electiun.
Vice President Hberinuii has added
his comment to that of other Repuh
llean lenders who believe President
Tuft will be renominated and re-clcrlcil.
Health and Strength
() HAND IN HAND WITH
Duffy's Pure Malt Whlskoy
A pure distillation of malted
grain- -a safe tonic an aid to digestion--endorsed
by 50 years'
It Is a wonderful remedy In the
prevention nnd cure of nil throat,
lung nnd Mloinmli troubles. It
mnkes the old feel young and tho
Hold everywhere In H1JAI.KD
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.,
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A- , .
Representative Norman Wntklns.
who recently returned from n trip to
the Coast, was In Henttle when the
luMimiry municipal elections w'ere held,
nnd saw a good deal of the rcinarkablo
light for reelection made by cc-Mayor
Hiram C. (till, who was thrown out of
the iiinlnrnlty chair last year through
the medium of the "recall" measure.
The light lias attincted public atten
tion throughout the. United Stales.
Recent cal-'e ri ports Indicate that
Olll has liein reeleeed at the polls, fol
lowing his nomination nt tile prima
ries, nnd Mr. Wntklns sajs that Ibis
Is a victory for tho "liberal" element
ns well us mi emphasis on a rather
acute situation In Heattle as a city.
"It was a question of whether or not
huuitrids of thousand uf dollars
would be spent by miners, iMicinii it,
Alaskans ami others lu Seattle, or. be
cause of the restrictive policy of the
'reform' clement, be drhen tn Htm
IViinclsco," said Mr. Wntklns today.
"Whdi I wns lu Henttle during the
primaries. It seemed tn me that tllll
was getting n great deal of sitppoit
from the substantial business Inter
ests of the city.
"Aside from the moral question In
volved, .Seattle lias In en nt a critical
period In business uffalrs, ami the
business men were unwilling tn lose
the big trade of the liberal element.
"0111 Is credited with having been
personally honest, but tiunise lu his
choice of u chief of police during his
former administration. Ills campaign
wns for n more liberal policy, and un
doubtedly In this he wns supported by
ninny strung business men "
RETIRED AT SEA
Tile fates and the calendar were kind
tu Colonel Litudeeii, ('iiat Artlllit
Corps, who Is u homewarit-boiiiiil pas
senger on the transport Logan At noon
today Colonel Liiuilccn wn li tiled
ironi netlve service, and It so happen
ed that this is the only day the l.o--tart's
passengers have trod dr land.
I'hnt a gallant soldier should be re
tired on the high seas was nut of all
reuMin. and luck and the Logan's en
gines worked in the colonel's behalf.
The Logan has no organljitlou
aboard, but carries a number of cas
uals. In command of the troops Is
Mnjor A. V. T. Andeison of the Phil
ippine Scouts, he being the ranking
line olllecr aboard. Major Anderson
sttys the general health and condition
of the tomnmnil Is excellent, but that
everyone got all he wanted of the sea
on the wny over from Nagasaki.
Colonel Hclstnnd, adjutant general's
department, who, uecordlng to liiinoi,
Is slated for the post of adjutant gen
eral or the army, lert vacant by tho
summary retirement of llcncrnl Aliis
Hoitb, Is on the Logan. Colonel llel
stand got bis orders to pioceed In
Washington bcroro tlto Alnswoiih
trouble ennui up, and knows nollilng
of what Is or Is not hi store for him.
Ho called on Oencrol Macondi this
morning, to pay bis respects.
"1 only know what I have seen In
your Incal papers about mj pinbable
appointment," said Colonel llel-tand
"Wo lieitid or (iciicral Alusuortb's re
tirement belotv ,. t.t, ,,it ,mi ,.
Lieutenant Frank M. Andrews, able
to licnirul .Macomb, goes on the Lo
gan for a inniith'h leave. The general
iloei not Intend to detnll another or
llcer to llll the vacant position during
Lieutenant Andrews' ubsenee.
Mrs. Thomas, wife op Admiral
Chuum cy Thomas. distinguished
passenger- on the Logan from Hono
lulu tn the Cn.ist. .Mrs. Thomas has
been lu II. .no lulu rr threo month
now, nnd leuves a host of friends lie-
Three thousand barrels or iini:itu
valued at JUUOII and Inxurcil for JIihiii
were lost with the liiinilnir ..r n...
storehouse of Corey & Co. at Presquo
Canada Is about in mil ,,., ii... i..,.
ngiilnst potatoes from tho I'nlted
Hlates, learlng the dread black wail.
--ruing in Department of imrlculiuiv