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THE HAWAIIAN STAU, TTjESDAY, APRIL 13, 1909.
SEVEN 4'A Per Cent compounded semi-annually, Is tho rato of Interest we pay on all savings deposits. Money in our bank Is an In vestment that brings sure re turns and Is available at any time. By putting your spare cash In one of our small homo banks, you are laying the foundations of a snug little account that may mean a great deal In either the day of opportunity or the day of Need. IE BUNK OF HAWAII. LID Port and Merchant Streets Capital and Surplus, ? 1,000,000. Claus SpreckelB. Wm, O. Irwin BANKERS HONOLULU :::::: T. H. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO Th Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. LONDON Union of London & Smith's Bank, Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Corn Exchange National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnala. BERLIN Dresdner Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand, and Bank of Australasia. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received, Loans Made on Approved Security, Commercial and Travellers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex change Bought and Sold. COLLECTING PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. fflUHIffEQENH LIMITED. Capital (Paid up) Yen 24,000,000 Reserve Fund Yen 15,940,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. Tho bank buys and receives for collection bills of exchange, issues Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts, a general banking business. The Bank receives Local deposits and Head Office Deposits for fixed pe riods. Local Deposits $25 and upwards for one year at rate of 4 per annum. Hea dOfllce Deposits Yen 25 and up wards for one-half year, one year, two years or three years at rate of 5 1-2 per annum. Particulars to be obtained on appll cation. Honolulu Office 67 S. King Sstreet. P. O. Box 168. M. TOKIEDA, Manager. ESTABLISHED IN 1830. BANKERS Commercial and Travellers' Letters of Credit issued on the Bank of California and The Lon don Joint Stock Bank, Limited, London. Correspondents for the Amer ican Express Company, and Thos. Cook & Son. Interest alowed on term and Savings Bank Deposits. CHINESE NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING AND JOB PRINTING. No. 49 Cor. of Smitn and Hotel StB, 4 SUIT8 FOR $1 50. We will clean and press 4 sulld a month for $1.60 If you join our clothes cleaning club. Good work guaranteed. JOIN NOW. TELEPHONE 496. riio Ohio Clothes denning Co. Harrison Block, Beretanla nr Fort m MSB B SHOP 4 CO. f adtI'M dredger K 1 -V JAM EXI CAN I There were ninny attractions In the social whirl last night, which wus no doubt the cause of a smaller attend ance than usual at the members' first vlew or the thirty-second semi-annual ! exhibition of tho Kllohana 9rt Leaguu. It Is not satisfactory fb record at the beginning o.f tho seventctnth year of tho organization, that tho number of exhibitors Is tho smallest yet. Only six arc represented In the painting sec- tion and out of 45 pictures therein no less than 31 ure by the versatile local artist, D. Howard Htchcock, founder of the league. In ceramics nnd pho tography only ono nnme .for each is on the catalogue. Of his great array Mr. Hitchcock array Mr. Hitchcock considers tho picture of the summit of Mauna Loa, disclosing the eruption ' of 1S97. when he visited the crater and I most striking. Perhaps it will be so regarded at the Seattle Exposition, whence this collection of his works Is destined. It Is a strong representation of a living fountain of lava. There are vivid contrasts In the composition be tween the red fire, the black lava field and the snow covering the plateau In which the pit, several hundred feet deep with perpendicular walls on three sides, Is situated. Yet no one who saw that eruption and Mr. Hltchlork's former representations of It, will go Into raptures over this picture. Grand enough as a typical example df Ha- walltn volcanic activity for foreign consumption, It is underdone for tho reality and below the just reputation o,f Its maker as art. Most judges, It is sare to say, would place Mr. Hitchcock's best canvases In the present hanging with many well up to par wlfh them--ln about the fol lowing order: The Walmea Canyon, Cocoanuts (pastel), Nuuanu Gap from Pacific Heights, Bougainvilea (su preme as to color mastery), Koa Grove (Kauai), Rainbow in the Valley, Vol canic Sunset (Kona 1907), and Peas ant's Hut (Kauloa). Never has our Hawaiian born artist covered in one exhibit a greater range of subjects and that he has probably not before laid himself open, to adverse judgment in more cases (few though they be) is easily attributable to the magnitude of the contract. ' Besides the vol cano pi cture already noted Itoyal Palms is certainly a distinct lapse from this artist's high standard. Surf-riding splendid as a local marine piece, is marred by the wooden-lmage-ilke fig ure of the surf-rider. In the picture here noted as below par, the artist has unaccountably fallen Into a method that gives some of the objects drawn the similitude o,t having been carved out of blocks. Fortunately the exam ples o,f this character are few. Mrs. S. Decoio has a single 'exhibit, Fishing Sampans, characterized by nice toning. It is a meritorious local marine view. Joseph J. Whittle has on tho line Honolulu from the harbor and Walu lua Stream, the former of which will be better liked the. longer It is exa mined. It yields a soothing expres sion of the town buried in its groves, under the modulated light of growing or fading day, and the corrugated sides of the mountains In the background, all In soft and faithful tones. L. W. Hale shows seven views, all but Evening Glow (Oakland, Cal.) of local scenery. They evince freedom with fidelity in drawing and the color ing Is intelligently controlled. F. S. McNeill has three creditable rural scenes. Miss A. H. Parke in a wa ter color, Lahaina Beach, shouts dainty style and sure handling. Miss Lydia Mctocker and pupils have a monopoly In ceramics, a jug de corated by tne teacher being very beau tiful aim of original pattern, tier own work as well as tnat of her pipils re ilects credit on Miss McStocker's teach er, Mrs. Jane Irishman More, tno ab sence of work from wnom on this oc casion, lor tne tlrst time in a long period, is a matter of regret. Airs. Caroline H. Gurrey is the lone exhibitor in photography, her tlttten productions In uniform style close to the entrance being a delight to tne eye of the .vrivtng and departing visit or. ine exhibition will be open every day from 9 a. ni. to 5 p. m., and rues- day, Thursday und Saturday oveuinga from 7:30 to 9 o clock. Visitors at the opening were receiveu by Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock, Miss I'arko and Mrs. Graham. Among those at tending were Captain E. V. Lynam (U. S. A. T. Thomas), Mrs. M. J. Blssell. Mrs. R. It. Reidford, Mrs. Gignaux, Mrs. Marston Campbell, Miss M. E. Paty, Mrs. Sellle Dickson,' Mrs. J. M. Sass, Mis. Anthony RIchlty, Mrs. Jes sica G. Pascoo, Miss G. Howell, Mrs. Helen N. Emerson, Mr. and .Mrs. C. L. Rhodes, Brother Robert of St. Louis College, Sister Albertina of St. An drew's Priory, Abby Stuart Marsh, Mrs. T. Husband, Mrs. Sarah Decoto, Alice M. Giles, Mrs. Hosmer, Mrs. Jane L. More, iMiss Whltford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dillingham, Miss McGregor, Mrs. Francis Gay, Mr. and Mrs. J, War ner, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gartley, Mrs. H. iM. Von Holt, Mrs. Hlckox, Mrs. R. G. E. Forster, Professor and Mrs. Parley . . ' .'i I The biggest dredger ever brought to or seen In the Hnwallan Islands Is be ing discharged In sections at the rail way wharf from tho freighter Mexi can. There are more than six hundred pieces of It, so that the work of get- tl,,B 11 Il8hoie nml temporarily storing it is no small Job. Harry Denlson Is superintending the work of landing the stuff nnd will boss the job of putting It nil together again. The big, new dredger belongs to the Dillingham concern nnd was secured iur usu in i-uiiri iiiiiuui. rtiier mim ing the country pretty well over for a largo machine, Walter Dillingham , secured the new arrival at Tampa, Flo rida. It was taken npart there and , shipped by rail and steamer to Hono lulu. The new machine Is a Genuine ,,,, ,, ,,oa ,D . ' ... , , , ' , d . ' .. ' , , Iff a In ?u As soon as all tho parts are landed Mr. Dennlson will put the machine together on the sand flat makai of the railway wharf. It will be ready for business in three or four months, and will then be moved to Pearl Harbor. There evening will be a band concert this at 7:30 at Thomas Square, when the following program will be played: PART I. Overture Raymond Thomas Gavotte Rhine Sound .Latan Ballad Holy City (request) Adams Selection Lohengrin Wegner PART II. Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. ar by Berger Selection County Hoffman. .Offenbach Ballad By the Sea Schubert Waltz Laeticla Fahrbach Star Spangled Banner. . - . j L. Home, Messrs. Krumbhnr, W. M. Graham, Rnlph S. Hosmer, Daniel Lo- gan, G. Osborne and Alfred Thevenln. ' A special meeting of the Chamber ( of Commerce will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon to consider matters of legislation. BAND CONCERT eimmoBatxcsamBemoBaar I'S NEXT TOOE'lECK" It was a very sympathetic 'uidlenci that crowded the Opera House last night to appreciate the wonderful per formance of the Charity Ball"' that the Pollards are playing. Alfred Collid ing who was nnturally upset by tnu disturbance made by the hoodlums In the gallery last Snturday night, was a different man altogether. His pro- trayal of the Indignant divine on Sat urday was good but It was infinitely better last night. Teddio McNamara and Ada Hind made a double hit, twice yesterday. In the afternoon the house was crowded with youngsters and they seemed to think that Teddio and Ada were great in their duet, "Its the pretty things you say dear" nnd In their little love affair which ends so nicely In tho last act. They made the samo hit with the grown-ups In the evening and Ted die was all smiles after the show. Teddle, by the way has developed wonderfully since ills appearance In a real legitimate juvenile part. Ho knows how to carry himself well on the 'stage and he has also learned the great secret of talking to his cue-taker and yet letting the audience In on tho business. As a comedian there Is no doubt that our little Irish friend will be list ed on the Strand or the White Way before many yertrs have passed. Ho bas everything thnt goes to make a good comedian. Sense of humor, mi micry and a very mobile face. The next piece the Pollards will produce is "Checkers." There will be a dress rehearsal tdnlght and the piece will show on Thursday night. This is a comedy with many funny situations and far more opportunities for the introduction of musical hits than the "Charity Ball." As a matter of fact the Pollards have been looking forward to playing In "Checkers;" for each and everyone of the company has a part that just naturally suits them I nnd they do not have to pose or work I to set themselves Into parts that are beyond their ages. Every Tuesday and Friday will be dark wnne the Pollards are here, so that tllere wll) bo no performance to- day. There will be a matinee and evening performance of the "Charity Ball'' tomorrow and then "Checkers" will hold the boards. Just what piece they will put on next week has not POLLARD GOOD TASTE AND JUDGMENT are more essential to having a beautifully appointed table, than large expenditure. Let us show you unusual patterns In Community Silver It has a distinct richness of appearance and charm of design which rival sterling. It's more than triple plate it costs hut a trifle more than ordinary plated ware it lasts a life time. W. W. DTMOND & CO.. LTD. S3- 7 XING STREET ROOSEVELT GIVES LIE TO Ail Impudent Fabrication Is What He Calls Naples Interview in Paris Newspaper. JURY NOT YET SATISFACTORY. More Challenges In Calhoun Case Ex pected Today Tariff Safe guarded In Philippines. PARIS, April 13. Ex-President Roosevelt and French journalists are engaged in a heated controversy over an issue of veracity. Le Journal pub lished an Interview with Roosevelt at Naples regarding which the ex-Prosl-dent cabled a denial from Port Said. Tho correspondent hns reaffirmed the truth of the Interview, but Roosevelt declares It an Impudent fabrication. PHILIPPINE LOCAL TARIFF. WASHINGTON. April 1 13. The Se nate has made sugar and tobacco im ported into the Philippines dutiable In order to eliminate the possibility of exporting to tho United States, under the free trade clause, products of neighboring countries. THE CALHOUN JURY. J SAN FRANCISCO, April 13. The I Calhoun jury box Is again full, but there will be more peremptory chal lenges today. EDITOR OF PRISON PAPER PAR OLED. Louis Sonuners, for many years edi tor of the Minnesota Slate prison Mrlror, will be discharged from pris on on parole In the near future. Soro mers 1b under llfo sentence for killing his sweetheart and wag only 19 years old when his tefin began. DANCING SCHOOL AT ART LEAGUE ROOMS. Mr. Ash has rented the Ait League hall for a place in which to conduct a school for the teaching of correct methods In dancing. Tho regular evenings are Mondays and Fridays, but this week ho will meet his pupils on Tuesday Instead of Monday, that being the evening upon which the Art League is entertaining at, a "First View Reception.'' yet been decided, but Mr. Goulding states that It will be a comedy. II san.rai Easter! Easter! Easter! POSTAL CARDS and NOVELTIES of all kinds S GO. Ill The Latest Parisian GOWNS! nADAME LAMBERTS Harrison Block. Beretanla & Fort 3ta PAU" ' O.S HOT WEATHER with all Its attending discomforts is once more returning. The only way to keep cool and prevent a visitation of the dreaded prickly heat is to use PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER "A vcrd to tho wise, etc." Sold by all druggists and at Pacbe co's Barber Shop. Phone 232. Furniture eds stresses o Coyne Furniture Co, Ltd. M W Honolulu, T. H. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER. CHANTS. SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL IN SURANCE AGENTS. representing Ewa Plantation titu Waialua Xgncutural Co., Ltd. Kohala Sugar Co. Walmea Sugar Mill Co. Apokaa Sugar Co.. Ltd. Fulton Iron Works of St. Louis. Blako Steam Pumps. Westons Centrifugals. Babcock & Wilcox Boliers. Green's Fuel Economizer. Marsh Steam Pumps. Matson Navigation Co. Planters Line Shlpplnng Co. New England Mutual Life Insur ance Company or Boston. Aetna Insurance Co. National Fire Insurance Co. Citizen's Insurance Co. (Hartford Fire Insurance Co.) Tho London Assurance Corpora tion. Oahu Railway 1-1 AlIS TABL-B OUTWARD. For Walanae, Waialua, iKahuku and Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. in For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17:30 a. m., 9:15 a. m, 11:15 a. m., 2:15 p. in., 5:15 p. m., t9:30 p. m., til p. m. For Wahlawa 0:15 a. m. and 5:15 p. m. INWARD. Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wat alua aud Walanae S:3C a. m C:31 p. m. Arrlvo Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City t7:4C a. in., 8:3S a. m 10:38 a. in., 1:40 p. m., l:31 p. m C:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m. Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahiawa S:3:C a. m., and 5:31 p. m. Tho Hnlclwa Limited, a two-hour train (only first-class tickets honored), leaves Honolul uovery Sunday at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited stops only at Pearl City and Walanae. Dally. fEx. Sunday. JSundny Only. G. P, DENISON, F. C. SMITH, Superintendent O. P. & T. A. 11 NICHO "H: " Iron B IN THE DISTKICT COURT OF THE United States, For The Territory of Hawaii. The United States of America, plaintiff vs. John A. McCnndlesB, et al., defendant. j Action brought in said District Court, . and the Complaint filed in the office of the Clnrlt of said District Court, In ! Honolulu. THE PREHIL'ISNT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, GREET ING: j To JOHN A. McCANDLESS; ELLA McCANDLMSS wife of JOHN A. Mc CANDLESS; ELIZABETH K. PRATT; GOHDRICH PRATT; KATE KEN NEDY; MARIA BREWER; EMMA PRATT; LEVI GORDRIDGE PRATT; EMILY G. PRATT: ELIZABETH S. NO YES; SARAIJ E. PRATT; WIL LIAM PRATT; ROBERT PRATT; EVELYN PRATT nnd FRANCES PRATT, unknown heirs at law of FRANKLIN S. PRATT, deceased; JAMES II. MONSARRAT, Trustee for SUSIE F. CARTWR1GHT. SUSIE F. CARTWRIGHT. H ATT IE M. DAMON; SAMUEL M. DAMON; JAMES BLACK, MATtY PURPLE; JOHN BROWN and JANE BLUE, unknown owners and Claimants, and the TERRITORY OF HAWAII, Defendants. You Are Hereby Directed to Appear and answer tho Complaint in an action entitled as above, brought against you in the District Court of the United States, in and for tho Territory of Ha waii, within 20 days' from and after service upon jou of a certified copy of Plaintiffs Petition herein, together with a certified copy of this Demurrer. And you are hereby notified that un less you appear and answer as above required, tho said plaintiff will tako judgment for any money or damages demanded in the complaint, as arising upon contract, or it will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded In the Complaint. WITNESS the Honorable SANFORD B. DOLE, Judge of said District Court, this 10th day of December, In the year of (SEAL) our Lord one thousand nine hundred and elgnt and of the Independence of the United States thc one hundred and thirty third. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ss. Territory of Hawaii, City of Honolulu. I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the DIs trlct Court of the United States of America, in and for the Territory and District of Hawaii, do hereby certify tho foregoing to be a. full, true and correct copy of the original Summons In the Case of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. JOHN A. McCANDLESS et al., as the same remains of record and on fllo in the office of the Clerk of said Court. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I, havo hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal (SEAL) of said District Court this 10th ' of December. A. D. 'Y Clerk of United Su i u Court Territory of Hawaii. Endorsement. No. os. District Court of tho U. S. for tho Territory of Ha waii. The United States of America vs. John A. McCandlcss, et al. Sum mons Robert W. Breckons, Plaintiff's Attorney. Filed December 12, 190S. A. E. MURPHY, Clerk. E5B5JKH5B5 H Tfle Kissel Qualify u I Simple In construction. Sim ple lu Operation, attractive in Its perfection and a thoroughly' test ed and moderato priced car. But take a look at It. The Kissel will speak for Itself. No Doubting Thomase after you seo the Kissel Kar at J2I50 complete. Do You Need ? any fluto supplies, repairing colls, magnetos or storage batteries? We have them and more too. But don't forget the Kissel Qual ity Kar. E, LTD., E. O. HALL & SON, LTD. Props 151 Merchant St. HSnaHSHSKBEBSMSHSHSHSHSB STATIONERY. All of the finest quality. OAT & MOSSMAN 70 Merchant Street, near P. O. The Reijol THE SHOE THAT PROVES Your care. Picture taken with greatest HONOLULU ART PllOTO GALLERY. .Hotel near Nuuanu.