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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. 1904. k Summer Proposition. Well. now. there's the iOE QUESTION 1 Ym know you'll need tci . you know 'Ml (m a. necessity in hot weather. We tllrfie you are nxioua to get that lee Ma will give yon satisf otion, and wM Mke to ur'ly V1"- rder from on let i w so., ytqtteone Ul Rlue. Fottolllce Box 60S &. IHflH & CIL, LTD Wtaa. O. Irwin President and Manager Jafea U. Spreckels.. First Vice-President W. St. Olffard.. ..Second Vice-President If. XL Whitney Jr Treasurer Tilrinrfl Ivers Secretary A.C. Iovekln Auditor mm FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS AGENTS FOR THE QtiMnlc Steal ship Company of Francisco, Cal. San AGENTS FOR THE B jiMl mill Union Nitlonal Insurant Oompany of Edlnburgrh. tWhelmlna of Magdeburg General In surance Company. XBbmrc Marine and General Assurance ., Ltd., of London. SmbmU Insurance Company of Liver pool AJttence Assurance Company of Lon- WtMroester German Insurance Company HART & CO., LTD The Elitr tee Cream Parlors. Chocolates and Confections fee Cream and Water Ices Bakery Lunch. flSESl RESORT II IK CUT Union Pacific Railroad SUGGESTS tS-Ipf 3 5 Cl ctixcl Comfort trains daily through cars, first second class to all po'nts. Re- rates take effoct soon. Write IS. F. Bootfc, -General A cent. TWo. 1 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Traveflers Agree THAT ft 6 Mai Iimitecl IS Quickest, Finest, Best A Train that Supplies All Demands To St. Louis or Chicago IN 3 DAYS from San Francisco. ELECTRIC -LIGHTS HEADING LAMPS, CLUB CARS ALL GOOD TINGS utile Pacific Info-matlon Bureau 613 Market Street, -Ban Francisco. IM RAILWAY AND LAUD CD'S JVIAY 1st, 1903 OUTWARD. Walanae, Walalua, ICahuku and Wr Stations: 16 ' m., '3:20 p. m. e&rl City, Ewa Mill and Way Mtattions 17:30 a. m., 9:1B a. m, "U:et5 a. m., 2:1B p. m., S:20 p. m., ffcUUt r. m.. '5:15 p. m. $9:30 p. m. BH:XI5 p. m. Tired Out Pale, Thin, Poor Blood, No Energy Those are tho symptoms of impure, blood, starved blond. Take- out tlio Impurities, food tho blood, and health quickly returns. Mrs. fleorgo Mitchell, of Yulllc 8t.,Hunin jonif, Victoria, tcntU us licr photograph with tho following story : " I mlTered terribly from debility. I had no energy. I was tired In the morning as t night. It did not seem possible for mo to Keep up. I was thin and pale, and my blood was vcrv poor. 1 had no appetite. 1 gradu ally grew weaker and woaker. When almost completely exhausted I read about AYER'S Sarsaparilla I Immediately tried it, and began to improve at once. A few bottles completely restored me to health." Thero aro many Imitation Sarsaparillas. Ho sure you get "Ajer's. Aycr's Pills will greatly aid the action of the Sarsaparilla. They aro all vegetable, mild, sugar-coated, and easy to take. Prepared by Dr. J. C. A) er Co., Lowell, Miss., U. S. A. .. O.'. v ?. For Tennis Players i ' . , 1 ! 1004 Wright & DIMwn Clmhinionihln Tennis Ralls 1.25 per dozen. 1504 U. G. I. Championship Tennis Rails 11.00 par dozen. TflNNIS RACKETS. 11. G. I, Speolal Cane Shoulder $7.25 each W. D. Pirn $G.2o each. W. & D. Campbell $5.00 each W. & D. Driver $7.25 each. B. G. I. Special $0.C0 each Rackets re-strung with best White Gut S2.00 each. A large shipment of Calls and Rack ets received frseh from makers per Ala meda this week. All above goods, and all restrlnglng fully guaranteed. .. .: .".. IS E. 0. HALL & 808, LTD. S Freshly Smoked iiam Lovers of ham will And some thing delicious In those we have now They are the best sugar cured hams, and smoked by us every second Cay, which gives them a muih liner flavor than when the meat is smoked in the states and shipped here. They are full weight and not dried out like Eastern hams often are. When ycu order ask for our "Aloha" freshly smoked ham v e recommend it- Limited Telephone Main 45 ARS. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Airs. Roosevelt, like her husband, is extremely democratic and has made herself very popular at the National Capital. She was with her husband at Oyster Bay when he was notified of his nomination. Anoiner Large 5J . j mmmi AN ORDER THAT WOULD HAVE INVOLVED ALL THE CHICAGO RAILROADS IS ISSUI3D AND AND WITHDRAWN AFTER RE CONSIDERATION IT WILL RE ISSI'liD AND ENFORCED IF THIS BUTCHERS' UNION ASK '3 Foil IT. These safes are now on the floor and ready for inspection. Tlie Herring XXo.ll JVIOLirvlix Safe is so constructed that its contents are 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 are positively perfect. We carry a large assortment of safes from $50.00 up. Cash or install ments. !V5. hr kane General Employment Office. Japanese and Chinese Laborers Etc., Supplied. Contract Work of Every Kind Under taken. Corner Emma and Beretania Sreets. Telephone Blue 21S1. Last Week CHICAGO. July 28. After issuing a general order that would have involved nil the Chicago railroads in the stock yards strike, Lawrence J. Curran, presi dent of the Freight Handlers' Unlon. tonight reconsidered his action and is mow holding 'his order in abeyance pending a conference tomorrow morn ing with the leaders of the allied trnde3 unions whose members are on strike. It Is said, however, 'that If President Donnelly, of the butchers' union desires to have tho order enforced It will bo put into effect nt once. The executive committee ot tne rreigiu the time limit in which the men should be reinstated. At the last conference with the pack ers Mr. Donnelly Insisted that tlio men be reinstated within ten days. The packers refused to agree to this limita tion, holding to the original agreement which allowed forty-five days for rein statement. Mr. Wallace said tonight that he and Mr. Ames would call on the packers' representatives tomorrow and endeavor to bring about the desired conference. Tonight both sides to tho dispute at the stock yards were claiming victory. Anihf. m t1i nackers. all the plants in Chlc-Bgo are running at nearly their Tne executive coraramw 01 me imsui i ,,,, m,- 'handlers was In session untP late to- regular capacity. On the other hand, the .. . - .. . , ... npa nneltinir 1U- nlght, and it is said that preparations have been made to put the Klrlke order in force If it bo deemed nerossarv. President Curran's order if lived up to by the freight handlers, would worn a ,.. AonXnre Hip nackinc in IUUUI n mn 1 - 1 dustvy in Chicago is demoralized, ana thnt business is almost at a standstill. That tlie statements of the labor lead ers ure not altogether true is evidenced by the freight nanuiers, woum worn i ere ' oin.inh aeN-ere hardship on the packers, as It by the fact that th , packer ' JtoW OF THE INWARD. euttm .'HonoUilu from Kahuku, Wal- Ian?, -and Walanae 8:36 m., :41 Wiivo Hoaolulv from Ewa M1U and "Kmrri City t6:C0 a. m., t7:( a, m., S:dKtc tn '10:88 a. m 2;tS p. m., "tt:Blii'm., 5:3I p. m., 7:40 p. m. rj).Uy. J-.rSunday Excepted,, It ffianday only. 16. K.EDENNISON eupt. T. C. BMITH. a. P, A. T, A. Rug Sale Housekeepers began to real ize its importance when we added the new stock that came on the "Doric" last week and allowed the same liberal dis count on them as on the others. Have you thought anything about the sizes of the rugs and mats we arc now selling? They are to be had 2 feet by 3, 3x0, 3x8, 4xC, CxC, CxS, 8x8, SxlO, 8x12, 0x12, 10x10, 10x12, 10x14, 12x12, 14x11. Big rugs for tne dining room and bed rooms. Small ones can be used to excellent advantage in front of a washstand, in the bath room, on the lanai and many other places about the house. They are very serviceable as office rugs also. Come and see them for yourself. One whole store giv en to the sale. The sale includes beautiful blue and white Japanese Cot ton Rugs, Chinese Twisted Matting Rugs, plain also, and Matting of every good kind. explicitly directs that union men shall lmtMii.- nn fi-piirht for the bin nacltlng companies, cithi-r outgoing or incoming President Curran's order to the men follows. 'At a meeting wHh the business agents of the local freight handlers' unions today it was deemed tnat an man tinitft Hip lurlsdictlon of our or ganization in the various ra.llroads In Chicago be ordered not to receive or deliver any freight of the packers, whe ther tills Irelglit is ueuvereu 111 freight houses ty teams or In cars." The order, which was signed ny i'ie- -.inrvt ciirrrm mm nil -the business agents was posted In all the railroad freight houses tonight. a f tho nm. tlmp that this Step was inkn liv tho freicht handlers' resident another effort to bring nbout a con ference between the packers anu uic ctritara wna mnrlp. Henry C. Wal lace, a writer and lecturer on agricul tural topics of Des Glomes, lowa, anu A. L. Ames, of Buckingham, Iowa, pre. sldent of the Corn Belt Meat Producers' Association ore the sponsers tor uie new movement for pence. Mr Wnllnpp mid Mr. Ames came to Chicago today and immediately went u I mi 177 S. King St. Eight parts of the World's Fall Portfolios now ready at Star office, Star Want ads pay at once. nf animals every day. Then were several desertions from the ranks of the strikers today, but this loss was partly offset by the quitting of a number of strike breakers. The packers today won an incidental victory in the 'big stockyards strike, the first emphatic gain of the kind that has heen made since the general walkout was declared In effect. Eight hundred livestock handlers threw aside their al legiance to the allied trades and this tr, handle shipments indiscriminately both for the packers in the eonVblne nnu for tne inu.--i-.- This afternoon 133 men, all members of the union, deserted the strikers ana returned to work at Armour's plant. .... nor ipprs. the others are skilled uutchera who were formerly employed in the cattle, hog and sheep departments. Everv man was put nt work at once. "We have got the strike won right now" declared Superintendent ouuj Intense excitement wiw aroused In the crowded exchange building in ine Yards today 'by an attempt - T. Ward, member of a commission llrm. Chicago today and immediately weiu j.. u, ...1.... - th.n-iirh tho into conference with the strike leaders. Ward's apree ' 'X, Mr. Donnelly and his associate,, to uu '"b 7, eene'rni exodus told bv Mr Wallace or tlie niirusiupa a uib ,iiuii IS- I tilfi was imnoslmr on the live Before the belligerent could accomplish ;Vnek raisers and they were asked If any harm However, he was i tu some concessions besides those offered at trji 1(it cr.iference between tho packers and the strike leaders could not ,i, oiin-irpaipii in order to brim; tne pre sent conflict to an end. Mr. Donnelly, by a. policeman. Tho man proven iu hi a Lithuanian. He gave the name of Anton Doresklotz. w-hiip thousands- of stock yards work ers were going home tills evening Grant BIG LAW SUITS PENDING sent conuict to an enu. .ur. juihiciu. . ., ni tilant who was made spokesman for the labor Taylor a negro Jan tor nt Sul h s plan leaders, said he would welcome anouier i ui-u, ":,',',. i,eforo conference with the employers. He and was beaten nearly to den h before also informed Mr. Wallace that the the police with drawn clubs, dlspeised strikers were willing now to concede tne ussmmum. nualnst Custle & Cooko, Limited and C Brewer & Co., Ltd., as agenU for tho Standard Oil Company. Other corpor ntlons who will be looked after are the Union Oil Company, Pacific Oil and Transportation Co., Dearborn Drug & Chemical Works and the Risdon Iron Works The Territory's law experts have not yet lost faith in injunction proceedings and suits will be commenced praying for injunctions against tho following firms which have agencies here: Schweitzer & Co., representing Mur phy Grant & Co. W. C. Gregg Co., (plantation machln ery.) Seattle Brewing & Malting Co. Germanla Savings & Loan Society. Singer Manufacturing Co., and Wheel er & Wilson Co. (sewing machines.) Pacific Import Co., (dry goods.) Union Trust Co. ATTORNEY GE-.ERAL'S DEPART MENT HAS PLANS TO BRING MANY FIRMS INTO TAX LISTS. The Attorney General Is determined to test to tho limit the rights of tho Territory to bring foreign corporations, doing business In Hawaii, under the Jurisdiction cf tlie Territory and pay taxos accordingly. The attempt to en Join the Pncillc Hardware & Steel com pany from doing business here proved abortive, Judge Genr denying the In junction, l3Ut the Attorney General's department will now proceed to sue for the amount duo the treasury in its view. But this is not all. 'Similar actions for taxes alleged to be due aro pending KUROPATKIN WITHDRAWING. Associated Press. Morning Servlca. ST. PETERSBURG, August 11. The prospects of a decisive battle are dls appearing. General Kuropatkin has withdrawn .the bulk of his army north of Llaoyang. Heavy rains are falling, 42 Hardware Department LIME San Francisco to Chicago (WITHOUT CHANGE). OILED BO AD BED ALL THE WAY j STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY Trade Mark Stopping en route at Los Angeles, also "THE PETRIFIED FORESTS" and the "GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA." World's Fair Dates from San Francisco July 13-14, August 8-9-10-18-W, September 5-C-7-8, October 3-4-5-C. SPECIAL KATES. San Francisco to St. Louis and Return $ 07.50 San Francisco to Chicago and Return 72. CO San Francisco to New York and Return 107. 59 San Francisco t BosLu.. and Return 103.50 Call on agent of Railroad Lines at Win. G. l.-wln & Co. 44 The Only Way To the World's Fair at St, Louis 99 The Handsomest Trains in the World, consisting of Matchless Chair Cars, Standard and Compartment Sleepers, Cafe-Library-Lounging-Smok-ing-Observation Cars, all wide Vestibulcd, are operated over the Chicago & Alton Railway between KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY. AND CHICAGO, AND ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO. This fact, together with the courteous attention shown everybody, makes the Chicago & Alton Rail way indeed "THE ONLY WAY." Nice connections are made with all lines entering Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago. Kindly request the Agent to ticket you over the Chicago & Alton Rail way, or address: A. P. STEWART-, General Agent, Chicago & Alton Rail way, 80 Crocker Building, San Francisco, Calif. tI. Eight parts of the World's Fall Eight parts of the World's Fob Portfolios now ready at Star office. Portfolios now ready at Star office.