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0 "JfSUIHill THD .HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908. " For owr BO ywra I have always kept Ayer'a Cherry rectoral In tha houo. My fathor otea told me that it saved ray Ufa when I was very young." In thousands of homos Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral a 4 11 is a nouscuoia word. It has boon u s o d first by tho grand parents, then by tho paronts, and now by the children. For cold3 and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la grippe, inflammation in tho throat or in tho bronchial tubes, 9 cdadtc' MURDERER HIDING CONSTERNATION - a in or mi n nn n mr mfn 18 Ui IL 1 IILU Ul LIUUUM IHIL.I1 I - - , - "Chernf tyeetoral is the standard remedy tho world over. It contains no narcotic or poison. Accept no substitute. Put up in largo and small bottles. PttSifeJ ty Dr. ). C. Ayer & Co.. Uwelt, Mist., U. S. A. omen Paint sometimes, when it is quite un necessary that's a mistake; hut what shall we say o the MAN who WON'T PAINT his house when It is getting shahhler every day? And a woman Is always par ticular that she uses the host and purest paint; a man often gets the cheapest that is, the dearest in tne end instead ot W. P. FULLER & CO.'S PUKE PREPARED PIT No other paint is good enough to entrust with the beauty and preservation of your house. .Eli 8 COOKE LIMITED. 177 S. King Street. Phone 775. 68 HOURS To Chicago From San Francisco, Tha Fastest transcontinental train. OVERLAND LIMITED v Electric lighted, Bunot, Li brary and Drawing room com-" partment, observation car, with dinner. Telegraphic news post ed on train. Southern Pacific The uaieball games to be played at the league grounds tomorrow niter noon are the causo of a great deal of speculation among tho fnns just at present. The Diamond Heads and tho Punahous who are tied for first place will meet, and a battle royal Is expect ed. Doth teams arc In tho best condi tion possible and both confident that they will head the league nfter the game is over. It Is going to bo a red hot fight from tho time Dert Dower calls piny ball and it is not at all un likely that the game will go more than the regulation nine Innings. 11111 Chll llngworth will be in tho box for the Heads, while Bill Hampton will do tho twirling for tho Puiib. Both pitchers aro confident that they will bo itble to hold down the hits so Hint no damage will bo done, and If tho rest of the teams support thorn the game ought to bo very Interesting to watch. The Saints and the Kams also meet and their game will be another one worth watrhlng. They both have two gnmes on the minus side debited to them, and they are going to try and start iu on the winning side of the col umn tomorrow. Heuter and either Joy or Williams will be the ones that wilt turn in tho speed from the box for their respective teams, and it is very possible that Jones and Vannatta will also be seen in tho game again for their old school. At any rate the games should be the best played so far this year, and the lovers of tho Ameri can National game will be given base ball of the coast league variety. they can play the great game, tne nrst game will he called promptly at nine-thirty, to be followed by tho bcc ond llfteen minutes after the first Is over. . .iji'A. A lively meeting of tho Itlverslde League was held last night at he pres ident's oinco In tho Judd buiiumg, thoso present being A. L. C. Atkinson, W. Tin Chonc. Hobt. Asam, Bernard Kelckolio, Bcnj. Ka-ne, L. Molt Tat, lv S. Kong, C .B. Farm, J. Notley and K iasumoi'1. A now constitution and byiaws were read and accepted. The protost llled by tho Japanese A. C. was lost. O Everything Is In readiness for the concert and dance which will be given tomorrow night at K. of P. Hall under the auspices of the Aula A. C. Edwin Fernandez will sing several songs, Sam Hop, manager ot tho team, will make a speech. Bernard Kelekollo will also speak a few words on the history ot minor league baseball In Hawaii. Kal- limal and his singing boys will render several special songs, also play for the dancing. A. L. C. Atkinson will prob ably have a few words to say on sports lu general. Every one who attends wii be promised n good time. The first yachting cruise of 1908 will start tomorrow afternoon, with nearly every one of the first class yachts as escorts to the newest yaoht In the ler- ritory, the Hawaii. Vice Commodore Charles Wilder will hoist his flag on the flagship shortly after one o'clock and the signal to get under way will lm utven. Tho yachts will sail down to Waimanalo where they will anchor for the night, the return signal being given on sunuay auer neon shortly after luncheon. After dinner tomorrow night the different captains who take part in the cruise will meet aboard the Hawaii to ar range a schedule for the coming cup races. The yachting season of 100S prom Ises to be the best ever held in Che his tory of yachting in the Islands, and If the transpacific race Is held as expect ed now Hawaii's yachting will be the talk all over the world. Nothing further has been heard from I the coast relative to the race, but it is almost certain that a race will bo held The Hawaii will probably take a crew of experienced sailors, instead of the crew of amateur ones that was decld ed on when the race was first talked of. Just as soon as the race is an as sured thing, the namo of tho captain will be announced and the crew pick- ed for the race. $ I There will be no horse races tomor row at Kaplolanl Park. A special meeting ot the" Outrigger Club will be held shortly to try and get the members to take some interest in the club. Since its organization few weeks ago nothing has been done by the members to revive tho sport of surf board riding and canoeing. Tho only one that seems to take any inter est at all In the sports is the one who started the club. OFFICERS FAIL TO GET HIM. A largo crowd of golfers is expected to journey down to Haleiwa on Sun day to take part In the tournamont that has been arranged by the man agement, and from the remarks Bid good made yesterday the course Is in tho best condition It ever has been Two prizes have been offered by the management and good scores are ex pected. Young Nelson Is very' anxious to en tor the ring with Corporal Bird before he leaves for the coast and tho chances for a match are very promising at present. Nelson says that Bird must weigh In at the ringside not over 127 or 12S pounds. At tho meeting of the Chinese Alo has held the other day, A. Y. Lee was unanimously elected to succeed W. Tin Chong. The recently organized walking club will meet on Suriday and take a long tramp up the mountains. The Newspaper Leaajie games oa Sunday morning at tho league grounds promise to attract a large crowd, as a number of fans who were unaBle to get away last Sunday to see the open ing games have decided that1 they would see the next games played. The Bulletin and Paradise teams line up in the first game, and t.io Mcrcantiles aiifl the Stars in the second. All the teams have been working hard this week correcting tholr weak points, and they will go on the field Sunday morn ing prepared to show tho crowd that ukuda Tetsujl Iteported to Tave Been Seen on Amauulu Road. Desperate Japanese Criminal Hiding In or About Hllo nnd Being ' Protected by Friends. Federal Officers on tho Big Island Are Making a Lively Ilound-up. LAW BEING STRICTLY APPLIED. Offences Against Federal Decrees Sum marily Dealt With by Agents of the Revenue Department, The Fleet to one absorbing question o'l the hour, Kow to raise money Is tho other. Let na help you by buying for cash your diamonds, watches, jewelry, old gold and silver. 1018 Nuuanu, near King. CHOICE EGGS FOR HATCHING from PRIZE WINNER STOCK. 'firvRtal" White Orpingtons, S. Gray Dorkings, Black Mlnorcas, "White Leg horns "Nonpareils," Brown Leghorns and Buff Wyandottes. Orders nilod in rotation and caroful 2y packed. WALTER C. WEEDON, P O. Box 658. Honolulu. PENNY FOR. YOUR. IHOUGHTS You cannot havo your mind on your business and your suffering at tho same timo. Your business or pleasure may claim all your thoughts if you take Dr. Miles' AntiPain Pills, which almost Instantly relievo every form or naln and misery In head or stomacn One nenny a dose. One dose usually cures. 25doses, 25 cents. Never sold in Consul Henry H from Amsterdam, says that possibly no country of Europe has been rela tively affected so disadvantageous by the financial crisis in the United States as the Netherlands, largely on account of the total suspension of the diamond trade. He reviews the mar ket situation as follows: In 1905 the exports of polished" dia monds from tho Netherlands to the United States amounted to $9,197,813; In 190C tho exports were J11.C33.332. The year 1907 opened auspiciously and under most favorable conditions for the trade,, and it was then thought that the number ot diamonds that would be exported to tho United States would be far in excess of any previous year, but In the mouth or July the American buyers began to reduce their purchases, nnd ae the financial crisis In tho United States became- nToro acute tho orders from America ceased entire ly, and from the middle or August up to the end of the year tho entire Ship ment or diamonds through this olllco did not exceed $75,000, and tho total exports for the year amounted to only $7.452,C01. as against $11,(533,352 for tho calendar year 190G., In sym pathy with tho American mar ket the othe- markets of the world became affected, but not to tho extent anticipated, and while tho busi ness was not as good as In previous years the decrease was not of such ex tent to causo alarm, and considerable satisfaction was found In the fact that China and Japan had during tho past yoar commenced to import largo (fTIan tltios of the cheaper grades of goods. THE AGREEMENT MAINTAINED. One danger tho diamond people had (From Consular Reports.) Morgan, writing. to contend against and which consti tuted a source of anxiety was the fear that the United States, their principal customer, having ceased to purchase, the price ot diamonds, according to tho law of supply and demand, would bo considerably reduced, but fortunate ly for them the business was In exceed ingly strong hands, and a tacit agree ment was entered Into to sell no dia monds under the prevailing market price, which agreement has so far been adhered to. This Is evidenced by tho statement of an American buyer at this consulate some time ago that he had come hero prepared to buy $250, POO worth of diamonds provided he could get them for 30 florins (S12.0G) per carat below the market value, but had been unsuccessful. The banks or Amsterdam, with the exception of the Amstcrdamsuhe Bank, which during tho height of tho crisis declined to ad vance any money on diamond paper or diamond collateral, are now 'advancing all that Is required at 4 to 4 1-2 per cent. Thoso taking a pessimistic view ot tho situation regarded the closing down' of tho polishing factories and the throwing out ot employment of 4000 to 5000 pollsners with considerable anxie ty. .They contended that these work ers would start to polish on their own account, and as tho brokers had no control over them thoy would sell their product at a prlco considerably below tho market value. This In effect did tako placo to some extent, and there aro now about 1000 workmen polishing diamonds on tholr own account and selling them at reduced prices, but it is said that they are for tho most part roso diamonds; and, as thoy aro only HILO, May 12. Fukuda Tetsujl, a Japanese degenernte for whom there has been a hue-and-cry out since De cember last, being wanted lor twj atrocious murders, is lurking some where In the outskirts of Hllo. He may indeed be actually In Hllo and that he Ib being sheltered by friends of his own type, there can bo lllllfl doubt. On the evening ot December 24 lust Fukuda Tetsujl, who was for a Ion,? time a professional gambler In Hllo, entered the hotel kept by Y. Sugloka at Honokaa, Hanmkua, and there ac costed Kane Okada (w). a former paramour of his who had separated from him. What passed between them Is not known but It is supposed that the woman refused to return to htm. Ho drew a revolver and fired twice at her, killing her instantly. Sugiokn, the hotel man. rushed in and received a bullet trom tne. mur derer's pistol which brought him to the floor. Fukuda then opened a clasp knife and stabbed the prostrate victim a dozen times or more, su gloka died within an hour. From that time on Fukuda tins neen able to elude the autnormes, uuju6u, trom time to time, fearful Japanese havo brought In stories as to having soen the man In the vicinity of Hllo. Last Friday night however, a Jap anese with more than usual nerve re ported that he had seen Fukuda on the Amauulu road. captain peu. with such men as he had available. went out In the locality in which Fu kuda had been seen at 2 o'clock Satur day mdrnlng. They cut-off an ave nues of escape, so far as possible, and examined the ground thoroughly though fruitlessly. The much wanted murderer is oi slim heicht. medium build and reddish brown complexion. He has very siigni eyebrows and a scar on the left side of the head above the ear. ine out side corner of his left eye is a little drawn up and he limps slightly. There are white spots on his body which are suspected to be of leprous origin. Fukuda is a desperate criminal and win nrnhablv not be taken without a light. 'Tribune. able to turn out at most 2.000 carats per week, this quantity is not liable to have any effect on the market. FUTURE TRADE PROSPECTS. The whole question, however, as to whether tho price of diamonds Is to bo kept up Is altogether dependent up on what action m&' bo taken by the Rough Diamond Syndicate, of London, controlling the output of the De Beers Company and the Premier Mine Com pany, which represents about 95 per cent ot the world's diamond produc tion. This syndicate, in connection with the Do Beers and the Premier Mine, has given to the diamond people of Amsterdam and Antwerp a solemn assurance that under no circumstances will they reduce the prices of rough diamonds, and as they are vitally In terested in keeping the prices up, there Is every reason to believe that this as surance will be strictly adhered to. It is not to be denied that the diamond brokers of Amsterdam .are at present oaded with diamonds, and If the Rough Syndicate should reduce the prices of the rough diamond a great calamity will bo brought not only up on themselves, but upon the brokers who would he forced to sacrifice their stocks. At present, for mutual protec tion, the strong are carrying the weak, but should the price ot the unpolished diamond be reduced there would be a rush to cover and the disaster to the trade would bo very great. Possibly the most important and in lluentlal diamond broker of Amster dam, at my request for an expression of opinion regarding the outlook of the diamond Industry for the coming year, has given the following opinion: As the stock of polished diamonds has not increased during the past six months, on account of all the factories being closed, and as there was much more sold than polished, I shall not bo astonished that as soon as there is a demand for diamonds again we shall see the same condition which prevatieu after the big lockout of February, 1904 There will bo a scarcity of tho right goods on account of the reduction to one-halt of tho output of tho Do Beers and Premier mines, and a rise In tho price of-the rough articles is not atUll improbable. No ono can say with any certainty what tho results for 1908 wiU. be, hut the above-mentioned tacts will sufficiently provo that, oven If It takes somo tlmo before we shall see an Jm provement in business, there need not bo any fear for losses caused by lower prices, and this Is the main and most Important factor of our trade, GIRLS L FORBIDDEN STILE Galtuborough Hats, Artificial And Cheap Jewelry Are Tabued. Curia GIRLS THINK BOYS FAVORED. Frivolities of Feminine Apparel Are Condemned In a New York School. HILO, May 12. To say that con sternation reigns among the liquor dealers of this County of Hawaii would be to put It mildly and the cause of It all is the appearance of Special Agent L. L. Harding of the In ternal Revenue Department, Washing ton, D. C, accompanied by Deputy In spector J. Walter Doyle of Honolulu. These smooth mannered young men landed down on the far side of the isl and from the Manna Loa and have cut a wide swath among the booze dis pensers. As Federal officers their du ties are very clear and, from all that Is told by some of the liquor sellers themselves, that duty has been very thoroughly performed. Just how much money In the shape of fines and penal ties will be taken away from Hawaii Is a mntter that Is kept inviolate in the official breast but rrom the stories which pass current, very many have felt the squeeze. Tribune. NEW YORK, May 2. The girls ot Horace Mann school at Broadway and Ono Hundred and Twentieth street have been .forbidden to wear ultra fashionable or extravngant headgear, false hair, elaborate adornments of jewelry, high heel shoes and peek-a-boo waists. Tins sweeping edict was given from the pulpit In tho chapel. Ever since the now dress reform has been the chief topic of discussion THE HOLLOWNES3 OF TIU3 EARTH That tho earth Is hollow Is the en gaging belief of a modern philosopher, Mr. William Reed. Any one who doubts this somewhat startling pro position Is invited to ponder these questions, na propounded by Mr. Reed in a delightful article In Harper's Weokly: "Why did Nansen sail fifteen days through clear waters and only ad vance one degree unless ho was sailing round und round Insldo? Where do the seals and musk-oxen go for their feeding-grounds? Where do tho fresh water Icebergs como from? Why do scientists treat the earth as if It were a solid and have to make out that it's threo times as heavy as nickel steel In order to mako their calculations lit? Why Is the sun Invisible so long at the north and south In winter, un less there's a depression which snuts out Its light? What is the Aurora Borealls? Electric lights? Then why don't we meet It all over the earth? It Is llres reflected from Inside the earth." JAPAN AND THE COW. Thero was a time when milk was re garded In Japan with the same ab horrence as cheese In China. But time among the girls, who aver that the has worked a great change In this hoys in the school aro allowed wide respect, and mint ami uuiier aro now AVHAT IS THE BEST FICTION. The best Action of today has renlly more of constructive art than that which preceeded it, though this art, following the lines of life rather than an arranged scheme, Is not manifest In obvious features. It has more varied traits, instead of a few emphatically pronounced or merely typical features. It has a deeper dramatic interest,, In tellectually and emotionally, though the drama itself is so changed to fol low the pattern which life itself makes yet in Its course unfolding novel sur prises. Above all, it has more spon taneous play of human activities and a finer and more vital humor not the snecific humor which excites to laugh ter or even suppressed merriment, butl which, like every other quality of the modern art of expression, Is pervasive without losing articulate distinction, concurrent with the ever-varying course of the writer's thought and teel Ing. Humor In this sense, Is the most distinctive quality of life the Index of its flexibility, of its tenderness, mercy., and forgiveness. H. M. Alden In Harper's for May. HAWAIIAN EGG RITES. An exchange copies an article from the Benzegero Magazine on "Easter STAR FLEET EDITION THAT HILL ATTRACT WORLD ATTENTION The Hawaiian Star's special fleet edition will be issued simultaneously in San Francisco and Honolulu, on the lines of the plan whereby the London Dally Mail issues simultaneous editions In London and Manchester, and the New York Journal and San Francisco Examiner frequently Issue at the same hour papers In jnany respects identical, though the width of a continent apart from one another. The existence of a cable line between here and San Francisco makes such an enterprise possible. It will be the first time such a Journalistic feat was ever attempted in the Pacific. It will give the Hawaiian islands one of the greatest advertisements they ever had, for the publication will arouse comment all over the Unit ed States and Europe. To Honolulu advertisers this edition offers the best opportunity ever given, without exception. TWENTY THOUSAND officers and men of the fleet will be reading and referring to this paper all the eight or nine days of their trip here. They will get the paper Just when they are looking for Information about Hawaii, when they are leav ing San Francisco with HawalUas their next stopping place. They will look It over every day, for Informa tion about Hawaii. More than three quarters of the officers and men have never been here, and they will be deeply Interested in a Honolulu newspaper. ' Prominent business men of the Territory In commenting upon the plan above outlined have expressed the opin ion that the fleet edition of The Star, Issued In this way, will be one of the' greatest bits of Promotion work ever done here. latitude lu their selection of wearing apparel. Virgil Prettlman, principal of the school,, disparages the talk' caused by' the new rule, and says that questions of good taste in dress frequently arise In the school. For months the question of proper dress has agitated the pupils and in terested the teachers. A certain clique of girls has been in the habit ot going to class In raiment that verged upon tho extremely fashionable types. Final ly a girl showed herself In a hat that bewildered her colleagues. It was a Gainsborough affair, with untold de corations. She was told by one of the teachers that she must not wear such a hat to school. Another girl revealed a coiffure gay with little artificial puffs, and was promptly commanded to leave the sur plus attachments at home. Another young maid demonstrated geometrical problems on the black board with her lingers decorated with brilliants. These instances aroused a keen rivalry among the girls in the matter of dress, until the decision was reached to tell the girls that there must be moderation. Eggs," in which the following para graph appears: "In Hawaii and among the Austra lian aborigines, rites are practiced to day in which the egg takes a promi nent part, while the Russian peasant goes out on Easter morning with his egg, which ho exchanges with his best friend." "Our engagement Is so romantic. Not like other affairs." "How's that?" "Why, Ferdy assures me that I am positively the first girl he has loved-! this season." In grcnt favor in Japan. Whereas, says a writer in Harper's Weekly, twenty-five years ago not more than one or two per cent of the Japanese visiting a European xestai-an't, or eating A European meal at a friend's house, would have thought of touching butter, fully lorty or fifty per cent, now cot it with a relish. They are, however, quite content to do without it. Dairy farni3 have Increased notably In recent years. Butter, nowever, is a by-product at these places. It Is to milk that they look for their profit. Milk has a curious history in Japan. Thirty or forty years ago it was ab horred. The average Japanese could not Induce himself to drink It But today many a Household consumes one or two bottles of milk dally, partly be cause, people have come to like it and partly because the doctors have re commended It as a unique and whole some beverage. "Milk halls," too, are now quite numerous. "I see where some wizard has evolv ed a barkless tree," remarked the scientific boarder as he helped himself to tho hot cakes. "Great Jupiter!" exclaimed the com edian boarder. "Wouldn't it be a great benefit to the world?" "What?" "Why, if some wizard could evolve a barkless dog." DISEASED HEARTS, transform the rich, red, gushing blood of health into a sluggish stream of thin, impoverished fluid of Impurities, which carry death and decay to every organ, and tissue of the body. Res tore tho heart action with Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. If first bottle fails to benefit money back. I' -l ' 'Vti j , i!tY.v'.. uMA: ,.,w a if. 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