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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1904.
h i t ' t A Summer Proposition. Well. now. there's the WE QUESTION ! Tow ttnow you'll need let, you know H tit s. necessity In hot weather. We 6w5Stv you are nxlous to get that Ice I lefc 'Will give you satlsf ctlon, and W'. Mfce to suprly yu. order from I 5 V0xtione 1151 Blue. Poatofflce Box 606 1 . 6. IRWIN & CO., LTD Whr. V. Irwin President and Manager John I. SpivckelB.. First Vice-President W. M Olffard.. ..Second Vice-President It. M. Whitney Jr Treasurer Itiehard Ivors Secretary A. t lyovekln Auditor SUtfiLR FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS AGENTS FOR THE Oc.uilr Steamship Company of San Francisco, Cal. AGENTS FOU THE GcotflBli ITnlon National Insurance Omipany of Edinburgh. WWKSmina of Magdeburg General In snrfiiirv Company. LUlhtncwt Mtirlne and General Assurance Os. lAd- of London. Jlojwa Insurance Company of Liver pool Alliiurwe Assurance Company of Lon don Worcester Oerman Insurance Company HART & CO., LTD The Elite Ice Cream Parlors. Cfcocolates and Confection. Kce Cream and Water Ices Bakery Lunch. 1 llliESI RESORT IN THE CITY Railroad SUGGESTS !$;peeci and Oorrxfioart KTiiEKj trains dally through cars, first Midi oacond class to all points. Re (fMucxed rates take effect soon. Write J8. E. Booth, ..General Agent. TWo. 1 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Travellers Agree THAT le Overlaai Jlvi oalteel IS Quickest, Finest, Best A Train that Supplies All Demands To St. Louis or Chicago IN 3 DAYS from San Francisco. ELECTRIC "LIGHTS READING LAMPS, CLUL CARS ALL GOOD 'MINGS s Information Bureau 613 Market Street, .San Francisco. MB RAILWAY AND LAND CD'S IvIAY 1st, 1903 OUTWARD. Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and WJ7 .-Stations 9:15 i m., 3:20 p. m. kr tPoorl City, Ewa, Mill and Way Btattlons f7:30 a. m., 9:15 a. m., U:i(o u m., 2:15 p. m., i:20 p. m., j. m.. '5:15 p. m. 19:30 p. to. GJ1:SS p. m. INWARD. AnrtVra 'Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal tdntc. and Walanae 8:36 m., 5S1 9. ins. (ifcrrtws 'HoeoIuU' from Ewa M1U and Crccnt City 16:0 a. m f7:48 a, m., 9: c m., '10:38 a. to., 2:5 p. m., 'f.SO. ip m,, 5:31 p.' m., 7M0 p. m. IBaUy. f .Wunday Excepted, It Kusday only. H, P.'.BJENNISON 8upt F. C. SMITH, a, P, A. T, A. Pacific union nil Pacific Debility Perhaps you cat enough, yet you In not pot much bcuollt from your fund. You koop thin and weak; aro tu-od all tho tlmo, nnd your uorves aro In a bad way. Why not strengthen your digestion, and get rid of your uoouicy r Head theso words from Sirs. E. O. Mnnro, of ColmiK, Victoria. Jlrs. Munro also sends lier photograph. "1 Miltercd greatly with indigestion and Jooillty for a long tlruo. Sleep did not re rcsh mo. nnd I wits in a Tory Kid state Ono of my friends stroiiRly recommended Aj-cr's 8.irs.i!'.irilla, nnd after a pood deal of hesita tion I mado up my mind to try it. To my f;reat surprise, I had not taken ono-half a Kjttlo licfore I felt greatly Improved In every way. I only took tlirco bottles, and I can now honestly say that 1 am entirely froo from nil of my old troubles, and consider myself perfectly cured. Ayer's Sarsaparllla is certainly a wonderful blood mcdlcluo." AYER'S arsapanlla Tlicro are many Imitation Barsaparllias Ho suro you get "Ayer's." Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. Freshly Smoked Ham Lovers of ham will find some thlnff delicious in those we have now They are the best sugar cured hams, and smoked by us every second day. which gives them a much finer ilavor than when the meut Is smoked in the states and shipped here. They are full weight nnd not dried out like Eastern hams often are. When J"U order ask for our "Aloha" fivshly snioked ham e recommend it Limited Telephone Main 45 General Employment Ofllce. Japanese and Chinese Laboret'3 Etc., Supplied. Contract Work of Every Kind Under taken. Corner Emma and Beretania Sreets. Telephone Blue 2181. Rug Sale The "Doric" arrived from the Orient just in the nick of time to add more handsome patterns to our rug sale. We really didn't expect them until next steamer, but now that they are here, we have included them with the others so as to make the last week of our sale unusually strong. The same liberal discount will be given on the new rugs as on the others. If you want new rugs for your floors you will never have a better chance than this to buy. Many new patterns are in the new lot. The sale includes beautiful blue and white Japanese Cotton Rugs; Chinese Twisted Matting Rugs, plain also, and Matting of every good kind. i 177 S. King St. JENKINS' FAD. C. W Jenkins, a millionaire of Corpus Ohrlstl, Tex., has advertise for human skulls, the collection of which Is a fad of his. m i mi ELECTION CHANCES TWHNTY-NINE MOitE VOTES IN THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE THIS TIME THAN THERE WERE WHEN McKINLEY AND BRYAN RAN HOW THE DEMOCRATIC MANAGERS ARE FIGURING THEIR CHANCES OF GETTING ENOl OH STATES TO ELECT PARKER. WASHINGTON. July 13.-Now that the presiduntnll campaign of 1904 may be Fiild to have fairly begun, politicians n-e demoting a good deal of their time to a study of the conditions prevailing In tho new electoral college under the apportionment of the census of 1900: The new census not being complete in 1900, of course the campaign or the elec tion of that 4'ear was not affected. It Is effective now for tlifc first time In a presidential contest. The increases noted In the various states are the cause of Interesting speculation. Tho electoral college of 1901 will con sist of i6 votes. The electoral college of 1900 consisted of 44" votes, hence the increase in the new college Is twenty nine, n -sulllclent number to deeply In terest the party managers of both sides In view -of the active speculation that Is now going on as to the relative chances of Roosevelt nnd Parker In the coming election, the following table will be of Interest It shows how the dif ferent states voted in 1900 ns between McKinley and Brvan, nnd also shows the number of votes ench state will have in the electoral college of 1904 un der the new apportionment, with the Increases noted: DISTRIBUTION OF THE VOTES. No. of 1900. votes In states. Bryan M'Klnley 1904 crease Alabama 11 .. 11 Arkansas S .. 9 1 California 9 10 1 Colorado 4 .. 5 l Connecticut 6 7 1 Delaware 3 3 Florida 4 .. 5 1 Georgia 13 .. 13 Idaho 3 .. 3 Illinois 24 27 3 Indiana 15 15 .. Iowa 13 13 Kansas 10 10 Kentucky 13 .. 13 Louisiana S .. 9 1 Maine C 6 Maryland S S Massachusetts 15 in 1 Michigan 14 11 Minnesota 0 11 2 Mississippi 9 .. 10 1 'Missouri 17 .. 18 1 Montana 3 .. 3 Nebraska St. 8 Nevada 0 ., 3 New Hampshire.. .. - 4 4 New Jersey 10 12 2 New Ytork -SB 39 3 North Carolina. ... 11 .. 12 1 North Dakota 0 4 1 Ohio 23 23 Oregon 4 4 Pennsylvania 22 31 2 Rhode Island 4 4 South Carolina.... 9 .'. 9 South Dakota '4 -4 Tennessee 12 .. 12 Texas 15 .. IS 3 Utah 3 3 Vermont 4 4 Virginia 12 .. 12 Washington 4 5 1 West Virginia 6 7 1 Wisconsin 12 10 1 Wyoming 3 3 Totals 155 292 470 2? The table shows that the "solid south" OYSTER BAY. L. I., July 13 While political managers worry and fret over the issues of the full campaign .Theo dore Roosevelt, President of the United States, Indulges in his favorite occupa tion chopping wood. Trained from his youth to be an athlete ,the c'hief execu tive of the nation delights in all forms of out-door exercises. As he Is now enjoying the only vacation that his arduous duties as President will allow him at his summer home on Sagamore Hill, he rejoices In the opportunity to get exercise. Every day the President is up at 6 o'clock. He takes a plunge in the wa ters of the sound, then takes his morn ing coffee, and later a horseback ride. After a conference with Secretary Loeb on affairs of national importance the President emerges from his library and going in his back vard doffs his coat seizes an ax and proceeds to make chips fly for 'half an hour. The Tresident te a heavy man, weigh ing about 200 pounds, and the sedentary life that lie is reed to lead as the chief executive is, in many ways. Irk some to him. The wood chopping al lows him to keep his weight within a limit that he has set. Every day, ..o matter how weighty or serious may be the matters he Is called upon to decide, he boxes with one of his sons. He Is "bringing up" the young Roosevelts to be able to take care of themselves. LARGE JAPANESE ARMIES. Associated Press. Morning Service. BERLIN, August 6. A private tele gram from Toklo says that five divi slons of Japanese troops are In front of Port Arthur and twenty are operat ing In Manchuria. The fall of Port Arthur and the capitulation of Kuro patkln are expected simultaneously . TWO THOUSAND LOST. Associated Press. Mornlnc Service. TOKIO, August 6. The Russian loss at Slmouoheng is 2000. Seven hundred bodies were burUd by the Japanese. WOUNDED BY TRAINLOADS. Associated Press. Morning Service. IRKUTSK, August 6. Trains filled with wounded are arriving dally. Food prices have doubled. TITLED ENGLISHWOMAN DEAD. Associated Press. Morning Service. LONDON, August 6. Lady Tweed mouth Is dead. Lady Tweedmouth woe a woman of :o: Strenuous G B3TU Two which Includes Missouri, has an In creased representation In the electoral college of nine votes. The total of electoral votes for Judge Parker from the south will be 151, ns against 14- cast for Bryan In 1900 under the old appor tionment. The increases In the south are: Arkansas, 1; Florida, 1; Louisiana, 1: Mississippi, 1; Missouri, 1: North Carolina, 1; Texas, 3. In the states generally conceded to the Republican party by fair-minded policlticans the Increase in the new col lege amounts to eleven votes. These states are: California, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts. Michi gan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hamp shire, North Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington and Wyoming. The In creases in these states are as follows: California, 1; Illinois, 3: Massachusetts, 1; Minnesota ,2; North Dakota, 1: Penn. sylvanla, 2 Washington, 1. It will be noticed that these increases are in tates which can be counted as prac tically resting In the Republican column at this time. Taking away the solid south and the Republican states enumerated above, leaves the following states which the managers of either one or the other of the two great parties claim .to be doubtful: New York, with an Increase of 3 votes Connecticut, Increase of 1; New Jersey, Increase of 2: West Virginia, increase of 1; Wisconsin, increase of 1; Colorado, Increase of Indiana, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland, Idaho, iMon'tanu, and Nevada. According to the statisticians the sit uation is thus: Solid south (dem.)) 151 Admittedly .republican 203 Claimed as doubtful 122 Total 476 Of the doubtful states the Democrats aro boldlv claiming New York. They Y further and say that taking the Cleve land campaigns ns bases, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia have an unulterable habit of voting with New York. The states thus claimed carry with them 80 electoral votes. These added to the 151 votes from the solid south would give the Democratic noml ness 231 of the 239 votes necessary to a choice. The silver states of Colorado, Mon tana, Idaho and Nevada, with their aggregate of fourteen electoral votes, are claimed by the Republicans, al though they have been in the Demo cratic column for the past two presi dential elections. Judge Parker would have to carry three of these, in addi tion to all claimed for him in the east, in order to be elected. The Democratic managers however, are looking to either Indiana or Wisconsin, and not to tho silver states, to furnish the necessary votes. From nny nnd every viewpoint, how ever, it looks as though every one of the most roseate predictions of the Parker managers must be realized toe fore the New York Jurist can find Ills way to the White House. The Republi cans cannot, of course, be brought to see the warrant for a majority of their appnnen. s claims. anaiaaies ESOPUS, N. Y., July 13. "Ah" said Judge Alton Parker ns he emerged, dripping wet, from the Hudson river at 6 o'clock tills morning "there Is nothing like a swim to make a man feel fresh for the duties of the day." As he finished this speech the Demo cratic nominee for the Presidency sud denly dived from an old barge -that is anchored hear his summer home to dodge the camera of an active young newspaper hotograpther who was de- rous of getting a picture of the Jurist The Sphinx of Esopus and the photo grapher held a parley while the nomi nee's head was an Inch out of the water Finally the newspaper man was con vinced that it was not exactly polite to Insist on taking a photograph of the politician's nether extremities, and re tired. The Judge tfu - remarked: "There Is only ono trouble with this Presidential affair. Everywhere I turn I am photographed." As he said this he swam slowlv up to the barge, clambered on 'board, and again dived. He came up puffing, and returne- to his home, clad In a pink bath robe. Every morning the Presidential possi bility takes swim before commencing to answer his correspondence, which is becoming voluminous. society who had taken an active part in British politics. She was an aunt of the Duke of Marlborough. The late Mr. Gladstone ihad a very high opinion of her Judgment and sense, and it Is said that he more than once paid her the high compliment of asking her ad vice concerning a matter of party poli tics at the time when Lord Tweed mouth was Liberal whip. Her other claim to fame was that of toeing the host shot iu the United Kingdom; she was an enthusiastic and Indefatigable deer-stalker, and in each one of her homes had many trophies of the chase. IShe has been prominent as a social leader. RUSSIA LEARNS DISCRETION. ST. PETE ItSBURG, August 6. Navol commandere have teen instructed not to s nk neutral merchantmen carrying contraband goods except in necessity or emergency, but to haul the prize to a neutral port. This means that there will be no more Knight Commander episodes. M For Tennis Players ' ft ."? 1904 Wright & DItson Championship Tennis Balls $1.25 per dozen. 1904 B. G. I. Championship Tennis Balls $4.00 per dozen. TENNIS RACKETS. B, G. I. Special Cane Shoulder $7.25 each W. & D. Pirn $G.25 each. W. & D. Campbell $5.90 each W. & D. Driver $7.25 each. B. G. I. Special $6.50 each Rackets re-strung with best 'White Gut $2.00 each. A large shipment of Balls and Rack ets received fresh from makers per Ala meda this week. All above goods, and all restrlnglng fully guaranteed. 'ft? . If E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD. H f it ?! ! . An other Large These safes are now on the floor and ready for inspection. 1txe Herring; Hall Marvin Safe; is so constructed that its contents arc absolutely preserved. A scientific study of the effect of fire on safes, combined with 6o years experience in safe construction, warrants the manufactures to make the claim that their safes arc positively perfect. We carry a large assortment of safes from $50.00 up. Cash or installments. Theo. H. Davies & Co, Hardware OR OWN LINE San Francisco to Chicago (WITHOUT OILED EOAD BED ALL THE WAY STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY Trade Stopping en route at Los Angeles, also "THE PETRIFIED FORESTS" and the "GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA." World's Fair Dates from San Erancisco July 13-14, August 8-9-10-18-19, September 5-6-7-8, October 3-4-5-C. SPECIAL RATES. San Francisco to St. Louis and Return 67.59 San Francisco to Chicago and Return, 72.50 San Francisco to New York and Return 107.50 San Francisco t- Boston and Return 108.50 Call on agent of Railroad Lines at Wm. G. Irwin & Co. "The Only Way To the World's Fair at St, Louis The Handsomest Trains in the World, consisting of Matchless Chair Cars, Standard and Compartment Sleepers, Cafe-Llbrary-Lounging-Smok-ing-Observation Cars, all wide Vestibuled, are operated over the Chicago & Alton Railway between KANSAS CITY AND ST. 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