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I I I I I I I I I J I 1 PER GENT EDUCTION MATTINGS AND RUGS For Home and Office, For one week only, beginning Wednesday, June 5, this reduc tion is offered on, ( CHINESE and JAPANESE-MATTINGS. CHINESE TWISTED MATTING RUGS. , JAPANESE BLUE and WHITE COTTON RUGS. All of these poods are new and extremelv desirable. The mat tings are particularly serviceable aiid attractive and artistic f plain, colored and figured styles. I, Lewers & Coo ke LIMITED. 177 South King Street. SHINGLE GIVES UP (Continued irom Page One). nun n r r r- nihil Mr ri rrr nit mil r nrniHMU i rt r rSAnl Uh HANK AN J h WAY I r ntn V MIM I S 1 ' A Strictly Vegetarian Soup Do you know that a Soup without a meat stock is a rarity? .Do you know that we have a Cream of Tomato Soup which is made just that way without meat sto'ck? Do you know that it is about the most delightful Soup you ever tasted? - (i. , !.. fl ' Do you know that it is one of '"- HEINZ 57 VARIETIES Do you know Heinz authorizes us to guarantee it, refunding the price if you do not like them? Try a tin of this Tomato Soup on that guaranty. V In large, medium and small tins. ?- 1 j ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS. by The Dance To-Night Going? Can Vo interest you 'ln'nhe way " of dress' clothes'? Sooner or later you'll purchase a full dress or a Tuxedo Suit. Come In .and examine our Hart Schaffner & Marx Cloth ing. We guarantee It to lit per fectly and can supply you with a suit' In a few minutes. Congressional visitors and It was Im possible to get these gentlemen to gether for n meeting until yesterday. At this meeting thero-was certain In formation desired by some of the di rectors and It was decided to adjourn over until today at which tlmo a final decision would bo reached. The per sonel of the directorate of tho Union Feed Company Includes Messrs. B. D. Tenney, J. P. Cooke, George Robertson, George Rodlek and P. W. Mncfarlano and I have efary reason to feeH that these gentlemen were dealing In good faith with the governor's commission and myself, and It seems to ,me a pity that Acting Governor Atkinson could not see his way clear to grant a fur ther extension of time, In order to se cure an answer from the Union Feed Company directors. The mere fact that these gentlemen had the matter under consideration for several days is evidence in Itself that they were not opposed to the, deeding of the land through tho Edlnborough property tor the street extension. A favorable an swer from the Union Feed Company would have closed the matter, as all of the $17,500 needed to pay Manuka" for the extension between King and Merchant and the money necessary for the removal of the garage and skat ing rink and other buildings had been pledged to me by subscription. "After receiving Acting Governor At kinson's letter yesterday I called lilm up by telephone and requested him for three reasons to give me an extension until today, at which time the Union Feed Company would give Its answer. The three reasons I advanced were these: "1. That the business community had practically unanimously selected 'the Mahuka site for the location of the Federal building. "2. That the government would ac quire over $100,000 worth of property for the sum of $17,500, which under condemnation proceedings which per mits the government to assess better ments for one-half of the damages awarded, would cost the Territory an outlay of over' $5d,000, to say nothing of $15,000 additional required to re move and reconstruct the buildings. "3. That the Federal site question would be settled for once and for all and steps could be taken at the ap proaching session of Congress to se cure an appropriation for the building to be located thereon. "The-'Actlng Governor could not see his way clear to grant a further ex tension of even one days' time, so there was nothing, left for me to do but to live up to my agreement entered Into with Governor Carter ofi May 4th and thereupon immediately cabled the Secretary of the Treasury withdrawing the Mahuka property irom xne mar ket." Germany's future EJriiperor, the baby and health are natural heritages, for son of the Crown Prince, who was born his mother, the charming and hand July 4, 1900, Is held by the German omo duchess Cecilia of Mecklenburg- ... , , ouuwei-iii, is one 01 ino nnest speci- Die to be as fine a specimen of meng f thf . W0manlloO(1 .-. babyhood as is contained in the whole Europe. It may be many years ere Empire. Destined some day to sue- this baby will ascend tn Ji thmn. r ceed on the, throne of United Germany the Great Frederick, but in tho mcan- his grandfather, the "War Lord," this time the whole German people will child Is fosterod with a tender care watch his career with interest as keen vouchsafed only to those of royai as if ho were the heir of each and er- blood and highest .rajik, His beauty ery Individual of the nation. i I Copyright 1907 Hart Schaffner Esf.Marx ELK'S BUILDING. KING ST. near FORT. no IM 0 unum iii lPQ Qnrra hint memo IIUI1ULULU U UUUIU.II TEAMJSFORMED STRONG BUNCH OF PLAYERS WHICH WILL PLAY FOR CUP AT HILO ON FOURTH. SUED WALSH, NOW STOCKBROKER s O P San 0 1 in 'l GRADUATE OPTICIAN Boston Bulldine Fort St rd NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY. The'followlng new books have been placed on tire shelves of the Honolulu Library during the past month: Rise and Decline of the Netherlands, 1907, Barker; Things as They Are. (Mission Work In Southern India.) 1903, Carmlchael; Psychic Treatment of Nervous Diseases. 1900, Dubois; Dante's Ten Heavens. 1900. Gardner; The Efficient Life. 1907. Gulick; JJu sii'ldo, tho Soul of Japan. 190C. Nitobe; Nearest the Polo. .19,07. Peary; Golden Sayings of tho Blessed Brothor Giles of Asslssl. 1907. Robinson; Economic In terpretation of History, Rogers; Short History of Social Life In England. 1900 yhgQj Ainorlcun Ton Year's War. 1900 Idorj Christian Hcloncq, looj, Twain; ill The Meal Department Opens at G:30 a. m., Closes at 8 p. m. Motor-Car Principles. 1907. Whitman; Slavery and Four Years of War. 1900, Kelfer. Fiction Lonely Lady of Qrosvenor Square. 1907. Do La Pasture; The Pa triot. 190G. Fogazzaro; The Sinner, 1907 Fogazarro; She, Haggard; An Errant Wooing. 1895. Harrison; Half a Rogue, 1907 McGrath; Tides of Barnegat. 190G, Smitht; The Mystics. 1907. Thruston; Madame do Troymea. 1907 Wharton; New Chronicles of Rebecca, 1907. Wig gin. Honduras lights over anything, from a raulo to tho presidency. Baltimore Sun. It running oxponsoa, would only Blow down to 11 walk occasionally a man might b't ahead of tho Bama. Port udJoH In Plgtiinw, IOO7. Van Dyku; land IMS.) uxprowv - After several weeks of work tho personel of the socker team which will go to Hilo on the Fourth of July to contest with a Hllo aggregation for a $100 cup trophy, has been decided up on. The line-up follows: Forewards, C. Oss, E. Fernandez, (manager), J. Cotterall .(captain). fman and A. N. Other; halves, O. Mayall, (vice-captain), J. Clarke and Anderson; backs, E. Grune and Dixon; goalkeeper, R. Chlllingwortn; H .Bailey, 1st reserve. The boys have been- practicing hard and will continue to do so-right up to the time of leaving for, tho Big Island. 11 is Deuevea that -tae cup will bo brought back, and that the second game, which must be played, to make me irujjuy me permanent property or either team, will be contested In Ho nolulu. Another practice game will be nlav- ed tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the Maklkl grounds. There is a possibility that there will still be some changes in the team, but Ji is sure to be substantially as ahovo given. 'VICJ-ZTTJZ WA.T3W Violetto Watson, who has been also known as Violet Vllliers, tho young woman who has .been very energetic in bringing suit for largo sums against rnomas F. Walsh, the millionaire Col orado mine owner and "Who has the handsomest residence In Washington, D, C, Is engaged In a got-rieh-quick brokerage business in New York. Un der tho name of "C. L. Harrison" Unit. ed States Post Office Inspectors dis covered Miss Watson. The authorities wished to learn if the firm -was using tho malls legitimately. Associated with hor is James H. Mansfield, known ns "Hod Lotter" Mansfield, who, In 1905, ran a brokcrago business In Now York and -who suddenly disappeared, leaving behind an army of mourners who had "Invested" about $150,000, Miss Watson and Mansfield have been making soma Tomarkaule predictions regarding tho Btogk market and tho Pout OHI90 may stsp In and put a stop to hjr rusliliwmaJl oiiigrnuwnMg. DAILY STOCK REPORT Between Boar's: 35 Honokaa, $10. Session Sales: 10 Walalua, 75; t Walalua, $74.50; 400 Olaa, $3. Stock. Bid. Asked. Ewa Plan Co $ 2G.0O $ 2G.25 Haw. Agr. Co 172.50 Haw. Com. Co 81.50 " 83.00 Haw. Sugar Co 32.00 35.00 Honomu Sug. Co 150.00 Honokaa Sugar Co. .. . 10.0 11.00 Haiku Sugar Co 1C5.00 Knhuku l ian. Co 20.50 Klhei Plan. Co 7.875 8.00 Koloa Sugar Co 100.0 McBryde bugar Co. ... 4.50 4.75 Oahu Sugar Co 21.50 21.876 Onomca Sugar Co 30. bO Ookala Sugar Co 8.00 8.25 Olaa Sugar Co 3.00 3.25 Olowalu Co 100.00 Paanhau Sugar Co... 15.00 1(5. OU Pacific Sugar Mill 110.00 Pala Plan. Co 175.00 Pepeeeko Sugar Co. ... 150.0 Pioneer Mill Co 130.00 Walalua Agr. Co 74.00 Walluku Sugar Co 185.00 Yalmanalo Sugar Co. . 155.0 Watmea bugar Co 01.00 I. I. S. N. Co 130.00 Haw. Elec. Co 150.00 132.50 75.25 53.00 90.00 94.00 25.25 HI IT It 11 PLAY DR. R. W. ANDERSON AND J. M. MACKINNON ARE OUT .OF THE CONTEST IN FIRST ROUND. The result of the first or preliminary rounds in the match medal play of tho Honolulu Golf Club tournament which began last week, dropped two mem bers of the 35 contestants from the running fa. the persons of Dr. R. W. Anderson and J. M. Macklnnon. An derson's opponent was Austin White who beat him by a score of 2 up and 1 to play. White's handicap '3, and Anderson's 8. Macklnnon .lost to S. G. Wilder, by 5 up and 4 to play. Wlldor's handicap 3, MackinnQn's 12. A good deal of interest is being tak en In tho contest which will contlnuo for several months, until the contest narrows down to two. The second round must be played before the 23rd inst. The games are being worked off at tho Moanalua links, and as the con test grows more restricted is bound to create much' interest. 11 Hon. R. T. Com 50.00 Nahiku Rub Co Oahu Railway 93.50 Hon. Brew Co 25.00 Haw. Ter. 4s (F C).. 100.00 Haw. Ter. 4s 100.00 Haw. Ter. 4 l-4s 100.00 Haw. Ter. 4 l-2s 100.00 Haw. Ter. 3 l-2s 100.00 Haw. Govt. 5s 100.00 Cal. eBet Gs .. 102.50 Haiku Gs 102.00 Hilo. R. R. Gs 76.00 Hon. R. T. Gs 105.00 . Oahu Railway Gs .... 101.00 102.00 Pala Plan Gs 102.00 rf v 1 la mi" Honolulu. Ha wa FOr. RENT. Waiklki ...-.$40.00 Borotanla St 40.00 Boretania St IB. 00 King Street 27.50 Nuuanu Ave CO. 00 Nuuanu Ave 15.00 Nuuanu Ave 25.00 Thurston Ave. 35.00 Wilder Ave., 40.00 Borotanla St 35.00 Pensacola St 25. SO Wilder Ave 15.00 Lunalllo St 30.00 King St 2000 FURNISHED. King St 40.00 King St 15.00 Walklltt 75.00 For 4 months only, Collsgo Hills, $50.00 per month. For 4 months only, Prospect street, $50.00 per month. FOR SALE. For ono wcok, Corner lot, 20SxlOO, Junction King and Punahou streets, at a bargain. Also six acres of choice land at Wa hlawa, overlooking Wahlawa Dam, in cluding 2 cottages. A lino place for a home. Walalua os McBryde Gs 99.00 99.00 HAKALAU LANDS WILL BE JHE THEME ACTING GOVERNOR ATKINSON AND COMMISSIONER. PRATT TO ARRANGE FOR OPENING UP. DESIRES III HAS SENT OUT CIRCULAR LET TER ASKING PUBLIC FOR IM PROVEMENT SUGGESTIONS. HI! IP SHI EASILY CARRIES OFF CUP WITH SCORE OF NINETEEN BROKE OUTtOF TWENTY. There will be a conference this atternoon at 2 o'clock between Act ing Governor Atkinson and Land Com missioner Pratt relative to opening up tho remainder of tho Hakalau lots on Hawaii. The Osorio Settlement Association took up 17 lots, leaving 3S out of tho total of 55, to ho thrown open to settlement. The manner of disposing of tlie remaining lots is to b considered. , Commissioner Pratt thinks that It Is advisable to offer some of them at least, on the cash freehold basis, with resldonco conditions, so that 50 per cent, of tholr appraised value can bo used to build roads for tho benefit of the particular settlement. Under tho terms of these cash freehold .sales, a settlor pays on the Installment plan for his property. Fourteen of tho leases from tho Osorio Association arrived today in (tho mail by tho steamer Claudlne. from Hawaii. They will also bo pass ed upon by tho land commissioner. The weekly challenge cup of tho Hawaiian Gun Club, shot for yester day afternoon at the Kakaako traps, was carried home by J. W. Harvey A. montl-nir nf tl, !., ront,.t ;wlcu a scre or 19 out of 20 shot at. provement Committee will bo held't ,Harvey Is one of tho steady scratch AKEN the Rooms of tho Hawaiian Promotion Committee, Young Building, at 7:30 p. m., Friday, June 7th, 1907. Tho principal- business of tho ovon- lng will bo to consider a new plan bt work to follow tho clean sidewalk movement which Is now engaging tho attention of tho various Improvement Clubs of this City who are co-oporat; lng with the Central Improvement Committee. Zeno K. Myers, President of tho Oahu Central Improvement Commit tee, in a circular letter to tho various Improvement Clubs, has askod for suggestions -for tho next work to bo taken up, and any suggestions from tho public will also be given consld- men of the club, always with a heavy handicap against him, but he wins out by almost perfect scores' as often as he falls. n J. E. Whitney, came In second with a score of 1G out of 27; E. 1. Spalding broke 15 out of 21; and J. Robb 15 out of 20. Three others shot, but had lower scores. LUI APPEAL T A writ of error" was Hied this morn ing In the Supremo Court of the Ter ritory by Attorney A. G. M. Robertson, representing L. L. McCandless fh tho Lanat Land case, for permission to carry the matter Into the Supremo Court of tho United States. Tho no cessary appeal bond In tho sum of $1, 000 was also filed. Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, ltd Real Estate DcDartment. Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu. Classified Advertising SITUATION WANTED. American, aged 29, with experience In many lines of business desires posi tion. Has been two and a half yeara in Hawaii. Is total abstainer and has the highest of references. Small salary. Hard worker. A. R. C, Star office. "WANTED. Large furnished room, with piano. State terms. "B" this office. Try tho William Penn and tho Ada Una Patti the king and queen of H vana cigars. A compositor. Apply at Star Office. For Male If you aro looking for a good 6c cigar try tho Doctor or Tho Rough- riders at tho Myrtle Cigar Store or Fltzpatrick Bros. At a bargain, house In Pawaa, four bedrooms, parlor, dining room, break fast room, bath, kitchen, pantry, ser vants' quarters, artesian water. Splendid seven-room house une., Young street, Pawaa. R. Star Offlf MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF FORECLOSURE SALE. Would it be safe to say the drug trust received a knock-out drop In that Indianapolis federal court decision? Columbus Ohio Sun. oration at this meeting. These sug gestions should bo mado in writing, and sent to Mr. Myers'not lator'than 1" o'clock Friday. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. The following advertisement appears In -The San Francisco Chronicle of May 21, and gives a good Idea of conditions now existing In the strick en city. - THE CITIZEH'S liLLIflHGE The people who have been refusad bread, meat or provisions at the stores of merchants catering to union trade will please report the names of such offenders to the office of the Citizen's Alliance. We will consider it a favor. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Annual Meeting. Tho Annual Meeting of the Stock holders of tho Peerless Preserving Paint Compauy, Ltd., (wlll be held at the omco ot tho company, Number zu Queen street, on Wednesday, Juno 12th, at 3 p. m. H. ARMITAGE, Prosldont. Estato of Kokapu (w) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. VU persons having claims against the Eetato of Kekapu (w), late ot Walalua, Oahu, deceased testate, are hereby no tilled to prosnt the same duly au thenticated and with proper vouchers, if any oxUt, even if tho olalm la socurod by mortgage upon real estate to tho undersigned, or at the ofllco ot W. C. Achi, his Attorney, within six months from thli date, or tho same will be forever barrod. J. H. KUALII. AdinlnUtmtor with the Will annexed ot the Itatate of Kflknpu, dgjid DHtMl Honaluluj oh, May ir 1557, it X.nr m, J"n If. Notlcp Is hereby given that pursuant to the power of sale contained In that certain mortgage dated November 3, 1901, mado by P. II. Kahau and ICa pela Kahau, mortgagors, to Lylo A. Dickey, Trustco for Grace D. Merrill, mortgagee, and recorded In tho ofllco of tho Registrar of Conveyances In Ho nolulu In Book 260 at page 267, said mortgagoo Intends to foreclose said mortgage for conditions broken, to wit: non payment of principal and Interest, when due, non payment of taxes and failure to keep tho building on the promises Insured. Notlco Is likewise given that tho property convoyed by said mortgage will bo sold at public auction at tno auction rooms of James F. Morgan on Kaahumanu St. in said Honolulu, on Saturday, Juno 15, 1907, at 12 o'clock noon ot said day. Tho premises convoyed by said mort gage and which will bo sold as afore said consist ot tho following two lots t Kewalo, Honolulu, County of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii: L . Lot number thirty-throe (38) in Block number six (6) as numbered and de signated on tho Mup of Lots at Ko- walo, Honolulu, as platted for C. S. Dosky and being Che same premises convoyed to tho said I. H. Kahau bj . deed of Ida J. S. Woedon, dated No- vember 1, 1S97, and recorded in tho of fice ot tho Registrar of Conveyances In Honolulu In Book J 73 at page 2S4. This lot fronts on Queen Sf. near Cooke St., In Honolulu and has a house upon It. 2 Lot number two (2) In Blook number six (C) as tho same aro numbered and designated on the Map of Lote at Ke walo, aa platted for Clwrles S. Deeky and the same premlsos convoyed to the said Kapola Kahau by deod of Walter C. Weedon dated November 1. 1S97, and recorded In the office ot tho Registrar ot Conveyance! In Honolulu In Book. 172, at pago 4SC. This lot Is vacant and fronts on Ka- walalino st. In Honolulu find Joins the first lot abovo dosarlbed In the renr. Terms of sale: cash In U. S. Cain. Deads nt expense of purchaser. For furthir particulars Apply to mort gagee. Dfttfel Honolulu, T. H., May X, 1J0T Lyle A, Dlokay. Trusts far Qmoe I). MMrlll, MorUpge.