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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Fred M. Schupp Proves That , Ie Can Pitch and That
; lLast Sunday Weakness la Chicago $as Only a
, Temporary , One Seri Now Even, Two-All Play
Tomorrow In Chicago' ? " ,
NKW YORK, October 12-j;Asoc)at-l
Press)-'!'!! yfMerday broke
even her with the White So when
they defeat! the Utter in what was
easily the greatest game of the eerie,
B 0. " The batteries were Bchupp ami
Rariden for New York, and Faber,
Dan forth and Bchalk for Chicago. Ea4i
team baa now . Won Awo and lost
many games. ' " '.' ' j
The Giant and White flot will leare
today for Chicago, where they wijl
lay the fifth game of the aeries to
morrow afternoon. , : , .
If the team follow the agreement
reached in the meeting of.the National
Commission held in Cincinnati on Hep
terober 20 they will return here for the
ith game of the aeries, which should
be'playetl on Monday, October ' 15
Should' a seventh' game be required to
-decide the world 'a championiihip, which
- in not at all unlikely, 'the Glaut and
White Box' will1 return -once more , to
Chicago for the purpose. 1
4 HOW IT ALL HAPPENED .
rirrt Inning .
Again 'the visitor, the White Bo
were first to bat. John Collins wa
out, Zimmermann to Holke.' : MeMullin'
biought joy to the Chicago fans whej.
he singled. Kddie Collins fanned, and
Jackson wa out, Herzog to Holke. NV
run, one hit. '"' '
burn wu the first, man up for the
Giants. He flew out to Felsch in eeA
terfield. Heraog, Who followed, dlev
Kddie Collins to Oandil, and Kauff ft
lowed suit, MeMullin to Oandil. li
this inning John Collins waa changed l
right and Jackson to leftfield. ' No run
no hit. I
. The White Box opened their half with
a hit. John Collins singled to leftfield,
MeMullin went to the plate and tnen
walked back to the bench, three having
beta called on him., John Collins then
Annexed second, I'nptain Heraog drop
ping Rariden'. throw for an out, the
viianta kevstoner' being charged with"
an error, - the only one made In the
whole game. , Kduie Collins f lew" out to
Burns In Icftflcld. Jackson retired the
side, Heraog to Holke. No run, one kit,
nn one error (charged against New
York). ' ,
. lu their half, the Giants secured a
hit but went scoreless. Burnt waa first
up and aingled. Herzog aacrifiofed, 'a
bar to Oandil,. advancing Burns to sec
ond. Kauff flew out to Felsch in een-
rfiehj and after the ball waa eaugbt
Burn beat It to third, but be remained
a fixture,, for. Zimmermann made, tho
hird out, Eddie Collins to.Oundil. No
run, one- hit. . ,.,
Seventh Inning '-'-', ,'
K Three White Box faced Bchupp and
'.he inning was a short one. -' Felsch
'nnned.- Uandil w'ent'out, Fletcher to
Holke, and Weave popped ont to Her
tog at second, retiring the aide. No
an, no bit.
In their half, the Giants made run
in three hits,'. Fletcher singled tit left
'ield and took second and third in sue--esxlnn
on a wild pitch by Fuhcr. Rob
rtson waa out, Faber to Oandil. Holke
waa bit by a pitched ball and took first.
Rariden went out, Kddie Collins to Gan
'il, Fletcher scoring and Holke 'going
to second on" the play. The' -side was
-etired by Bchupp, who went' out,
Weaver to Oandil. One run, one hit.
Eighth Inning ' '
Four men faced Bchupp in thla In
ning.' Bchalk flew out to Burns in left
field. "Swede" Risberg went to bat
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NEW YORK NATIONALS VIN CAPTAIN NIATSON LEAVERS CROWDiflG DAILY TOTAL FOR
SOX,! WHO PAID Tfl SCORE
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Hon o lulu Business Interests Los Angeles Wins and San Fran-
M'mirn Plcdnn a! CKInrrlrtel I " aIAaaI rteerf Miln Doo 1
Man Who BoQrJi I ? (.ijKec jnd Neck
Captain Willinm Matson. ' rtresiflet
and a iiriin-iiial owner In the Mateon
Navigation Compnny, of Ban Francisco, .Ana"i'tv
died at half pant six o'clock yesterday Hsit like . ..
morning at hi home in Bnn Francisco, .'Purl land ?..
announcemeiitH being received in Ho- Veitimi
noluln both hy Ansocintcd Press and by;
iirivate cnllcirniim to Castle as Cooke. Portland turned the tahlns
local agrntx for the shipping firm. The . Beals yeaterdny right in the letter's
funeral will lie hclil tomorrow after- home in .Mn Francisco and defeated
noon, at which time nil places of busi- them In a closely plnyed game. This,
beda of the Mntsnn Company anil allied, coupled with the fact that the Angela
companies nnd all odices nt sugar plan- again took the Bees into camp, makes
tations in whi.h the captain was in- the race hetweon Ban FrsnciseO and
terested, will be clne.. For five in in i0s Angeles teams of the Pacific Const
utes, while the funernl services are j League a close and interesting one for
being lieM, the engine of all steamers the pennant..
will be stopped ntid silence will pre- one and a half games separate the
vail thronKl...it the fleet which Captain 8al and Angels. Tiie bitter, how
Matson built np to he one of the larg-1 rMt have ' been winning consistently
est merchant ninrlno corporations un-. th(, f.Dtlt few dropping a very
der the American Hag smi:Ii number of games, hlle the Seals
-;stle & ( 0ke received a message ! mv Wn brPnfcing just a trifle better
early yw''lny morning announcing fh,n nB,f
the death, and that the captain did not Vernon aAems to have swi.ken from
retrain COIISCiiiiihiicmi nfier riwAivinir ft'.. . . .
. TI i , . . . . , i its BiumDeni anu agnin yesteraay lie-
stroke of Dfirnlvftin the niuht bckfnrn
This' Was the third attack lid has had
in, the lat two years. r
Business Section Shocked
The death of Cnptuin Matson was
received with profound regret through
out the city, particulnrlv in the busi
ness district ami along the waterfront,
for bis inline li:is been intimately aiso
ciated with the ilei elopmeiit ol the
Hawaiian Islmuls through the grent
corporation he l.uilt up from the small
schooner Kinmn Clninlinn which he him
self eonimnmleil, to the palatial steam
fented Oakland, the Tigers having no
difficulty In devouring the acorn tribe.
I os Angeles defeated the Salt Lakt
Bnlnta without any difficulty.
The Bees have been in Imrl luck for
eoks, losing almost all their games.
Portland ia now but half h unme be
hind them- and may ouxt Salt Lake
sbortlv from third piuce in the league
: . Teeteraays scores
At Yernoa Vernon S, (inkliind 1.
At Bun Fi-encifieo Purtlniui 4, San
ship Maui which was comniissiniied lost j M H j, e Los Angeles 10, 8alt
Alirll and which tnnile it4 mnulAn trlit t - . - . 1
. . . I a Ice VJ '
Chicairo secured no bit in this frame.
Felsch weut out; Fletcher to Holke, f, v.
Gandil died, Bchupp to Holke. Weaver rfghtfield. Joha Collins got hi second
Iiuu mree cuneu un Dim vj m i....B nit of tne iy whjcn he placed into
route and retired the aide. No run, no
hit. , ' v '- ,
New York did no better than Chica
go. Zimmermann went out, Kddie Col
lins to Gandil. Fletcher waa out, Me
Mullin to Gandil, and Robertson died,
Faber to Gandil. No run, no hit.
Third Inning "
. Four men faced Behapp in this eaitTO.'
His first time Up, Behalk aingled into
leftfield. Faber went out on a pop fly
to Bchupp. The New York pitcher then
funned John Collins and MeMullin in
r upid succession, retiring the aide. No
run, one hit.
In this hulf Faber pitched to three
Clients, but the trio failed te eomo
through. Holke had three good ones
culled and whei Behalk dropped the
ball the New Yoik player tried to muWe
first. Bchalk thiew to Gandil and Hol
ke walked back to the bench. Bariden
popped out to MeMullin at third, and
huliupp fanned, retiring the Giants. No
run, no hit. . In these first three innings
the Giants had failed to aeore or secure
a safety. While the White Box did not
score they had two hits to their credit
in the first third of the game. .
The frame began well for the White
Sox but nothing came of it alL Kddie
Cnllius doubled to leftfield. Jackson
flew out to Heraog at second, holding
htldie Collins to the keystone station.
Pitcher Bchupp caught Collins napping
r.t third and threw to Herzog. Collins
tried gamely for third but waa tagged
out by Zimmermann. Felsch fanned
and the side went out. No run, one hit
With two Giants away, New York
rnme through with its first hit of the
i:uine, a homer and run. Burns bad
three nnlled on him and wulked back
to the bench. Uerxog died, Kddie Col
tins to Gandil. Thep Kauff went to
but. He looked two over. Kauff swung
at the third ofTering and it sailed away
and away over the heads of the Whitje
Box out fielders. There was no getting
the boll back to the infield, Kaaff
touched all the bags and made the first ,.Iet--.m. rr.ir .
home run of the world 's series for tup ', yh
Giants. The vast audience of Gotha- wesrer, ss
mites went wild for, as the game ws H.-tinlk. c .
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going, a run was eipiuBu in ur vy Riber
llClrni 19 put l HO cuuiriii uu un. ..-
mermann retired th side, being ou(,
Fddie Collins to Oandil. One run, one
In their half of the fifth the White
Box secured two hits but went More
less. Oandil. first un. singled to left-
finlrl but WAHVAf hit Into a double. Kolwrtson. rf
..i:t t a .4 - a ir.. . Il'ilk. )b
vtaililll UU4, i pri'Uiiu, .-- llttClflen. C
xog to Fletcher, and Weaver going out
nt first, Fletcher to Holke. Bchalk,,
next up, singled to centerfield, but Fa
ber was out, Bchupp to Holke, retiring
the side. No run, two hits.' ,
The Giants came through with their
second run In their half and they ham
mered Fnber for four safeties. The two
bunts laid down In thla frame were
left of. centerfield, but MeMullin flew
out to Heraog at second and the aide
was 'retired. No run, one hit.
: The. Giants filled the measure of
Gotham's desires to this' half, clinching
the game with two runs on three hi
Tlan forth appeared on the. mound for
'he While Box, Faber having.een jtuU
ed out. of the game,' th first Chicago
pite.lier to 'suffer, this fate in this se
rice. .' ,'''-;.''
DnnfoHh fnnnefl Bnrhs the first man
np, hnt Herzog' singled and Kauff came
through with hj second home run of
the day. Thla one went plump Into the
rightf ia'd grandstand and registered
two tallies, for Can tain Herzog preced
ed Kaiiff home. Zimmermann secured
the third hit of rhe one innin? from
Dnnforth. this helng a triple. Fletcher
fanned, but Bchalk . dropped the bull
Bchalk, however, picked the ball no nnd
threw it to Gandil in time to put
Fletcher out at flret. Zimmermann
tried . to make home- from' third but
was nut out at the plate, Gandil to
Bchalk, rotlring tho side. Two runs,
.It was a sad Chicago procession that
trooped In aa the elated Giants went
ont Into the field 'for the last time in
the game. The inning began quite
promising, for Kddie Collins walked
Jackson we s out; Zimmermann to Hol
ke, but Collins, advenced. to second "
' nl a - and shortly afterward stole
third. Felsch went out on a foul t"
Zimmermann, off; third base. With
two men awav. Oandil flew out to
Kauff in renterfMd and the hope of
the White Box went-up in smoke. The
Giants had nnt onlv won their second
vame and whitewashed the White Sox
twice in two davs, but they had tiel
the series, two all. The game was tiu
An n n un po a r
J rrl"v If rf .
VcMnllliL. Hi. .
R. 'lll)i vii .
. Totals . . .
T 1 21 IS 0
Rnraa. '.f . .....
llrro. 21) , ...
Aiiit it un pn a k
4 0 10 (I O
4 1 1 II :t 4 1
4 3 2
4 0 1
5 1 1
A 0 0
3 0 1
to Honolulu the xanie month, with
bmiseif as a paxengcr.
. The chuinber of commerce of Hono
lulu sent a mesNnge of condolence to
Mrs. MaUuii at Bun Kriineisco, and re-oueste-l
K. 1). . Tenney, president of Caa-1
tie Cooke, ami also vice president of i
the Matson Company, who is now in
San Francisco, , to provide a suitable
tlornl tribute at the funeral as the ex
pression of sympathy of the local I
The promotion committee also pa?se.l
resolution of sympathy, eulogizing
Captain M:ilon. The renulutions stated
that Cnptuin Mntson hud at all times
iloue everything in his power to pro
mote travel to the Hawaiian Islands,
even nt times when his steamers could
be more profitably employed elsewhere.
The series, so far this week, standi:
Los Angeles, won 2, lout 1 ; Bait Lake
won t, lost ?; Ban Francisco won 2,
lont 1; Portland won l, lnt ll; Vernon
won 2, lost 0; Oakland won 0, lost 2.
What probably was the first shot
to belieut nerora the bow of a steamer
entering this Dort. was fired by the
Honolulu wns prepared, however, for count defense euns of Fort Armstrong
nn early announcement of 'the death of , ttt live lif teen yesterdny morning wheu
Totals SI 5 10 O '.'." 12 1
Ills ami runs liy IihiIiiks.
CliliKiro nil II 0 (I II II li ii - n
Haxelilts , 1 0 I I 2 III I II T
New York 0 0 0 1 I 0 1 x - '
llswhlrs 0 0 0 1 4 1 1 M x 111
llnltel for Palter In Nth.
Hiiiniiierr Horns runs, K,;n" 2: three
hsw lilt, Xlmtiiermann: two Imne lilt. K.
Colllii: aaciitlee lilt, Hersnw; lilt liy I'ltch
tlie nrst matte during the whole series cp. Holke hi KsIht: riimhlu plv I lent.
and both were good. I o tloiwe, rirr to Hchnlk tn iiho'IH;
Fletcher aingled to. centerfield. Rob- ZCX tftJXkn&TZ
ertson unniea arreiv, aenniug rietcner wlla pltcbee, ralwr: aniiilrea. ssine: time
to second. Holke laid down the second "f trnmn. 1 hour 47 intuutet: 7 Ml- off
bunt and filled the bases with three big
limits. Rnriden hit into . a double,,
Fletcher being foreed out at the plate,
Fnber to Bchalk. end Rariden being put
out at first, Bchalk to Holke. On the
Fuller m 8 Innings. .1 hits off Dmif.nili in
I luninitl scorer. Mnrk Ned.
ALIEN LABOR AUTHORIZED
Owinff to the l-ninnaalbllitv nf oettinir
ploy Robertson went to third and Holke sutlieient Hawaiians to .In tunnel work.
to second. i it has been found necessary to employ
With two down and .two men on ft certain amount of alien labor on the
baies. Bchupp stopped up to the plnte College of Hawaii storm drain in or
mid sin-'leil. scoring Roberton. On the dor to get this important work coin
same play Holke made third and mcl pleted before the advent of the wet , 21,002 square feet,
Captain Mutson through the cable des
luitehes concerning his serious illness
which were publiehcd in The Advertiser
Great Loss to Hawaii
vt rank Atherton,-oife of the officials
of Castle Cooke, in a message of ap
prcciation to the public, said the In
lands have suffered a greut loss in the
death of Captain Matson, who has been
Hawaii 'sstauncli friend for years, and
that his foresight, imlomitnlde perse
vernnce and projjressi veness have been
greut factors in retaining freight and
passenger fucilitie between the Im
IiiikIs and Bnn Francisco; that he al
ways maintained reasonable rates, arid
particularly during- the period of the
war had uot taken the slightest ad
vantage of the situation to increase
rules to his gain, or to divert any of
his steamers from this trade when he
wns offered very attractive inducements
lo charter his vesmds to other parties.
Mr. Atherton expressed the opinion
that his death would be keenly felt iu
Hawaii for many yoars.
Captain Matson was president of the
San Francisco chamber of commerce,
at a time when Ban Francisco waa ris
ing rapidly from the disaster which
overcame it in 19(16. He was identi
fied with public interests, and became
identified with many corporations asso
ciated more or less with shipping, such
as being president of the Honolulu Con
solidated Oil Company, which has been
largely capitalized by Honolulans; vice
president of the Honolulu Sugar Plan
tation Company; interested as a direc
tor in the Irwin sugar plantations here;
llakalau and Hutchinson sugar compa
nies, and director of several Ban Fran
ciseo banking institutions. He paved
(he way for the organization now
known as the Associated Oil Compnny.
The fact that he hud made his way up
to the top in the commercial ami ship
ping worhl, focusing his operations fn
Ban Francisco, and had developed from
u inuii lief ore the mast to head of one
of the must important of the maritime
corporations, made him a conspicuous
nnd unlipje figure in California, ami his
name known acorss the continent.
Captain Matson waa born at Lyse
kil, Bwodeii, October 1H, 1840. Tt is a
coincidence that Captain Matson, born
in the year of the gold rush to Califor
nia, should at the timo of bis death
huve risen to become so conspicuous
factor in California's progress.
He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Lily
Mson. and n daughter, Lurline, wini
of William Roth, formerly of Honolulu
and now secretary of the Matson Coin
pany. The captain' private fortune
is estimated at lour or live milliou dollars.
An ejectment suit has been filed in
the circuit court against Bishop IJbert,
head of the Roman Catholic Mission
here, by John V. Nuhaolelua and ' n
large number of relutives, including
the wife of former Muyor John C. Lane,
tu recover possession 'of property lo
cated in Honolulu uenr.the corner of
Herotnuia and Mauunkea Streets, and
near College Walk. The totnl area ia
The pluiutiffs nuk
for the plute. where he waa nut out. season. Mayor Fern last night in-. restitution of the property which they
Felsch to Bchalk. The , peg in fronf formed the board of supervisors that I claim as their own, and damages,
center was a beautiful and perfect nnt h had authorized the employment of Bishop Libert, af Bishop, is named in
sii'i oeer ine runner ujr a jon. i mi iweuiy-rour men on Too work In quea-1 the ault as trustee, 1 humpaon, Cath
retired the Aiants. One run; four hltsj . tlon, who are neither citUeus nor el
Sixth' Inning '.. - . t,v 'giblo to become such. a ,
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eli-'carfand Fraakllir uppear as attorueya
for, the plaintiffs. '
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the Inter Island steamer Cluudinu,
Cunt. W. G. Bennett, attempted to
steum 1 into tho harbor nt daylight as
has been the custom for the past sev
eral mouths? '
Whik? theesspt wa raHinif at Man!
j'orts, a new regulatni was put into
force by the naval authorities: no vos
hi-I shall enter the harbor before sun
rise or lifter sunset. Captain Bennett
hud not been informed of this latest
resolution, so planned, as in the past,
on arriving oil lort just at daylight.
Bulling di)wtt the channel with little
thought of violating Uncle Bain s or
lers, he suddenly became aware of the
fact that shells were being fired across
I he how of his vessel. He looked in
every direction and had just come to
the conclusion that he waa suffering
from nn illusion when another rexrt
was heard and the water 'just ahead
was seen to splash
Thinking the situation grave and
unable to understand tho firing that
was obviously directed at hia ship, he
gave onlers to "Reverse, full speed."
Kefore the order had been executed,
however, a third report waa beard fol
lowed by another splash in the wute
just ahead. ' "
It was then that the situation
dawned upon him. Backing out of the
channel, he steamed in large circle re
turuing just as the aun appeared over
the hoolau range. Looking toward
the fort, Cnptuin Bennett saw Old Glory
slowly usceinl the staff at Fort Arm
strong. He well knew the significance
of this, nn. I, giving the order to pro
ceed, entered the channel.
Both passenger and crew were
aroused mi r the incident and when
asked ulioiit it yesterday afternoon, th
first mate with a beaming countenance,
said: " Yes, sir. We cam right in
and turned around, and went, right out
GIRL LEADS TO GALLOWS
Because of the alluring charm of a
thirteen -year old FilipiUo girl, one Fi
lipino man has been seuteuced to
death upon the gallows for the murder
of the (jiil's mother, and another lliuo
(lumii was yesterday sentenced by
Judge Ashford to serve three years nt
hard lu I i r in Ouhu prison for improper
relations with the girl, who is Dolores
ilino tiamii was a witneaa for the
prosecution in the case against Da joy
longsul, who killed the girl' mother
on the morning of Bept ember 24 at Wa
tertowu. During the trial he was rather
Ixmstful and told of hia relation with
the girl on several occasions. Follow
ing his departure from tho witness
stand City Attorney Brown had (lama
arrested on the charge which,veaterbv
sent him to prison. T' ' '.-
(laiim was also one of the reasons
for la ioyiongsul shooting Dolores'
mother, for the murderer had previously
hern a suitor for the band of tho girl,
but was displaced by (Jama, who was
rather n handsome fellow, as Filipinos
r;n, wore good clothe and had more
money in his pocket, generally, thun
In ioy UingstiU " '
The latter procured a revolver and
finding Oiiinn at breakfast with the
family, (bnptind all five chambers of
his revolver at'tho party without hit
ting any one. He calmly reloaded his
revolver and shot Ova time mora, two
bullets family wounding the mother of
' Dolores. -.-'f
Only Small Proportion of Islands'
Population Answered Gov
.'crnment's Call For Funds
OWNERS NOW TOTAL FOUR
HUNDRED AND NINETEEN
Meethnrj of Sales Committee Will
' Be Held At Chamber of
Commerce This Morning
' Eighty-six new subscribers to the
Liberty ' I.onn were pained yesterday,
making a totnl of lit) owners of Liber
ty bond to date. This is a very small
proportion of the l'l'.I.ooo population
of tho Territory, and it Is the hope
of the committee to ituin greatly in
number of subscribers for the remaind
er of the week.
The eighty-six new members took up
an average of s little over !i.")0 apiece,
if the entire sum gained is avernge).
Yesterday's subscriptions reached the
4iim Of S4,L'IMI1 whi.h is rather below
what the daily total should be to keep
up Hawaii's steady progress toward
tho goal of three million dollars in
Behind First Week
Th complete total up to three thirty
yesterday afternoon was .."iiio.O.'iO.
There will have to he n big jump in
subscriptions toninrn and Saturday
to keep up to the mark for the first
week of the campnin. It is expected
tHat th Buy Bcouts day on Bnturday
wilt roll Up a la rye total in pledgns,
but these will not count in the totals
until they are taken up and payment
ade ou the actual bond purchase.
, A letter received by the island com
mittee from B. A. Wadsworth, preHi
dent of the Maui chamber of Coin
nverce, stated that the Maui chamber
would take action at once on the Lib
erty Loan campaign,
dale Committee Meets
-A meeting of the sales committee
will be held this morning ut nine thir
ty In the chamber of commerce. The
meeting ha been celled by .Tames I
Cockburn, chairman, and will include
representatives of each bunk, trust com
pniiyj brokerage house, 'sugar agency,
ife and fire insurance company iu tho
itv. A full attendance is urged
A suggestion for Honolulu may be
Mil bodied in a paragraph from the Lib
erty Loan bulletin of the twelfth fed
rftl,. district, .which folates., a feature
if the campaign in Los Angeles, tali
fornin. In that city the real estate.
iealers organized a huuso-to-houso cam
uilin eiLllkni an everv householder uf
tor the evening meal, and presenting
the facts indicating thut he should sub
scribe to the loan bonds. The reulty
firms in Honolulu inijiht be able V
nrry out a similar plan of evening
alls on behalf of the bonds in th
esidence districts of the city.
Waianae Campaign Started
J. M. Dow sett of Waianae went to
Waianae personally yesterday with n
mpiily of literature and postera, and
started the Liberty 'Loau campaign in
that district. A letter was received
from E. H. Wodehouse of Theo. II.
Davies & Co. stating thut literature
and pledges had beep sent to all tlr,'
plantations for which that firm i
Aent, and tliHt answers had been re
-eived from most of the managers sav
ing thut they would gladly take In the
liplic utions nnd take charge of all
-lie payments, doing all in their powei
to push the bonds.
Will Print Mora Poster
Other companies which have ent out
literature to ell the plantation man
Hers are Castle k Cooke, Hack f eld H.
Co., C. Brewer Co., Alexander & Bald
win. F. A. Bchaefor A Co., and Hiud
Kolph ft Co.
C. R. Frazier will have nn additional
number Of Liberty Loan posters pria
rd. some in Chinese and Japanese, tc
old to the 400 received yesterday. A
K. Heywnrd of Cutton, Neill k Co. will
send posters to the other islands. Locnl
banks and trust companies tan secure
them from O. B. Waterhouse, And the
postofflces and railroad stations nnd
other public pieces of the Territory will
died bv C. R. Frar.ier.
KJIfslins Ken. srrlrbitf In rfonoli'iln frnm
Hllo retn-.ay-Mr nir" Mm i. K.ftt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ureiirr, II. It. Martin, i.
Ill. hsnls.in. X. Mnrtln. 4. r'rsm 1, W. Ton
I hon-. W. II. (. I nmpl.rll. Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. J. llarron. Mrs. II. I. limit. I-'. Mnlr.
l. Jc I'lH-nvlliissen. K. nhnils. J. Allsnllce.
K. Iinrvell. Mr-, ile Kllva I'usKfte and two
Infants Mrs. .okl, 4. A. Mci'enn. T. N
kmnotn, II. Tokuiinus. K. Tsksniorl, MIsS
Itnue Joslli. Mr nnd Mrs. mn Imn. K. V.
M. I'ralittex. Mrs. W. II Slilntnnn. Mr. and
Mm. W. V. AMiMi. J.eUe V. . 'Wke,
Miss I'.' Ilrn.ni. Miss K. Went. fV V.
lrske. A. I'odiiioic. Mr anil Mrs. J. A.
I'srker, Mls Mnrminl. Miss Mttirrrtt. Miss
Miiloncr. Mrs l lleii'lersoti. . Ilsr-
nes. II. N. Tinner. I'. Harper, lien. K.
Iltsndt. I,. I. W.mvii. V. I'linlv. lieu. Al-
owahl. Mr. hii.I im. Miirubr. Heo.
Kinney, Mr nnd Mrs lien. K. Iive. Mr.
V. A. Tisld. I 1:111k Hums. V. J. Ilnre.
J. rinrctm .1 T ... mi. W. P. IHIIInn
Warn. A. Coyne. II Sielncr. Miss T. llnm-
well, Sllss r.. A WiHilet. .1. ! Ilefo nd
two children. J Mvimmtii. Illilmril llur
nettf lien. Ken I'. II Townsley, 1'rsnk
K.uos, I. 1. linpl. i:,.r. 11ml Mrs. K. II.
IhKlue, II. II. Hltil,...k. MI-m K. Koike,
Miss M. Until U. II MNeruinuu. li. W.
M. Kin. C Aniteraen. Vt Voiinuslron.
Frank von Iiyken. Mr. Alons.
The rollnwluK 1 1 -1 or iwsseninTs arrived
ty Hie Inst Mutton liner from (he uislil
iHlld II II. .A oriui-. John Aden. Mrs. J.
Aden, A. 4'. Allien.. M V Anderson. Miss
Until Aii'lei-wou lo- I!, w. Andi-rsou. Mrs.
II. V. Anderson. Ml K. Arlett. William
Arlett. c. Arloll. ;. Apidftun. Mrs.
Kvelvn Asiinisen. li w Atkinson. W. II.
Ilslnisln, Mrs. W 11. Itiiliimln. I lles A.
Hnrt.M-l. r. H. lllrl Mrs. F. K. Illtfl.v,
Mrs. Viols It.. -:lc II lloUter. I'. K flnnike,
II. K. Il.sithl.j Mrs. 1:. -. Ilnitnllcl.l, II.
Iluelller. Mrs. W II llntler. Miss Ksther
Cerlmtn. K. . lurk. Mrs. H. II. Cornelius.
V. A. Coiiitnev M .-s. I' A. Courtney. K,
.1. Cnwinit. )lf- 1:. .1 rnniiiK, ijwruo
I'Tlllkshllllk. I! I. I.ni-il I'aiifnitll. Mrs. C. K.
Iiflliforth. II. I diMi-ds, Mrs. II. W.
Kdwirds. C. M 1 11,.. i l.lnrle Ktiihr,
Knnnm '. 1 erniiii.l. i, Msh AUdnu A. KlM'r,
Mrs. M. rie.'i. v I.. Krssel. Ilohert
Kreneh. K. A I'rlcn.l. Ml-, v.. Hayes. Miss
KiIim I'i ivImii. .- v i..irtl... Mh I I. -n nor
Osrtley. Miss Hull. Hartley. Miss II. K.
Coram. Miss li.iie i.rnl-. K. Drey. Will
iam nim. I'V llnl-t .,o. Mrs V. Ilulstead.
It. Unysslil. Mr- All. .- Illrs. hf.-l.ler, John
M. lbM'ksuiuili. Mi .1..I111 M. ll.M'ksiunth,
Miss Mnrle 1 1 .' 111. S.nn ll.er. T. Ilnrl,
Mlse V. A. Hii:Ii- .1 l I lushes. T. K.
Ilnirhe. U. I 1 1 niit.-r. Mrs. 1'. Hum. II.
A. Jenkins. I'. U .Ii iiiiIukh. W. 11. John
son. Mrs. I.. A K.rt Catherine V.
Kllllon. Toiik lie Kim. Mrs. Toiiv II" Klin.
K. M. Klti'lii'll.
A. Mellow-ell. '
I. K. Misiney.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October 11, 1017.
ll " I
Clara Kill. Ik. Mrs. V.
ati.!.., Mrs. Jnrrett.
Nmili K. ls'kwiMHl,
I: M.'l'orrlston, Miss
I I. M.-iiruth. Miss Mll
c .1 Mcltler. John Miller,
Mr-. 1 1 K. M....B.T. J. II.
Netists.lt. II. i. N..t.nr.l. Mrs. W. t
Nntewnnl. ChsHh- Clmplln. Thomas llar
rlnston. Walter Hun. Ins. Miss Helen st
ninn, Mrs. Helen linttniin. Master Fred
Oatman. S. H 1'e.k. Mrs. M. H. 1'errj-. M.
M. I'lilnney. Mrs. steplmnle l'hlnney. Mlsa
llelle Tiller. H. It I'm. ell, Mrs. II. K.
ISiwrll. It. 1'. ijiimles. Mrs. K. .f. Itarner,
Mlsa lllnnehe lleynokls, Mlsa MarKiiwrite
lleytiol.ls, Mrs. A. It. -ynoli Is. Mrs. Cather
ine Rogers, clill.l nnd nurse. A. It. Ilima,
Mra. A. It. Iloss. M Iss Hnmthjr Paehs.
Mrs: A. W. Kclmlts. Mm. Allee Reliults,
H. H hilii.iiii. Mrs. 1: S. Ii.itiiiiii. Miss Lill
ian K4sitl. Mrs. lie-.rire A. Heott. V. M.
Hliallne. Mrs. K. M. Shalliie. (ieorKe A.
slhowers. Miss I. smltli. Miss Tsin Kl Ol,
V. L. Tenney. K. V. Thomas. Alfreil TIiimii-
as, peter J. Turner. .1. Vnuer, William
vsnnntts. noy A Houses. Mrs. Hoy A.
Vltousek nn.l In Tn nt . Ilohert Wanner, Jlr.
A. C. Wall. Mi-s '. Wall. Mrs. C. A.
Wissfe, Mrs. J. II. ZliiHiierinan, V. Mne-
nl.knll. Mrs M. Harrett.
ity sir. Mriiina l.oa from Knnnl ports.
D. lol.er li- I. S. Chandler. Miss M. Oinnil-
ler. Voniit: M. I'nrk. K. UsseKiiwii, 14. Klrl
hara. M. I'ltkliiKtou. Mrs. M. Ilapoao. Mr.
flint Mrs. M. .1, Teves and two sons. K.
I llraiuoto, S. Cntiradt, llisirue Kotnc, Mrs.
C. I.. CI.. nidi. 1. Knlii Mr. ami Mrs. A. C.
Wile. ii. h. KeruHiulet. H. Hteinliauser, J.
liy sir. Cla inline-from Msul. Oetoher 11
MWs M. Akeau. Miss Aller AkesiL F.
Tslrella, fl. Krrett. J. It. Fsssoth. J
Mnlalnn. 11. 11. Welter. Mrs. Knmsll ami
twit litfants. T. W. Ker-'iison. I. Hnalerleit
Chnrl.w Wlli-oa. II. T. Walcl.t. I.. U
Mnthew-s. Mrs. fllhsnn. John f'orres. John
rnldtt. Mrs. Akolokn, l.eonic Joe. Hlshop
I. Inert, c H. .luilil. fienree Irvine. Ilinrh
i Fames, MI-m M. Lindsay. W.
McKay, Charles Mime. K. lllshliln, John ('.
....oi '.. John 1'. Nunea.
I'y str. Manns Ken for I.nhalna ami Hllo
is.i Is. Ilctnliev .! Miss I-:. All. Mrs. M.
Mor e. Mrs. C. H. (Tnujih, T- C. Mellonaltl,
II. II. Muy. H. lie Freest. H. VV. M. Mist.
I!. Ileal. oi Kind. John Hind, Mr. ami Mrs.
M. J. Teves. Mlsa Nenl. Mlsa A. , Miuulre.
Mrs. Iloyle. Mlsa !leck)onl, Mrs. J. It.
.Iiiiioericiiu. Miss Hughe. Charles tArsns.
I'l.oinss Hughes. Ms Asmusscu, Mlsa
Alice K. Harrison. Mr. end Mrs. Charles
i.ii.i. Mrs. c. a. iiiiuiuuham. II. J. Ill. li
nv.ls..ii, H K. Msrtln. J sines Hnttle. Mrs.
Ii. K IImiii. 11. L. HoUteln. J. F. W.kxIs,
MNs Ahlur 1'le.r. Mrs. M. Fleer. Mlsa A.
Humes, Mrs. . r. Niiiu ami liifunt, II.
V.. Iioothiy, W. ". N'aiiiiln. Mrs. W. 11.
Ill- kn :.l. M. McNlcdl. W. X. Wise. Mr.
.ill. I Mrs. A. V. Low. 1. II. Towusley. S.
I...u. V. II lis m VamiHtlH. Miss C. Karlilk.
s. i t 1 In a-.v Coheu. Kerirt. A. II. Menu i d.
U Tniutsheld. T Okamuto, Iluu Luke.
l:,- .l..hii I'uhk. Miss K. ilhhi.
i'.v -ir Minimi I .on for Kaiinl, Octoher
1 1 Ko.lnuit, T. H I rose. - Mrs. hitiniiii,
I n I iiiMiiuiii. Helen Oatman. Mr. and Mrs.
I'lnnk c fosma. Mrs. Kaklna. Mrs. K.
I. Ic. ...ii. Miss Kaklna, Mlsa Htelaetnunn.
i II d.Hiyde, James WskeWeltl. F.
S'nti-.-. c. I'. Louiiila. llcv, 1. U, Lydmile.
Mi- c I.. CuHtleuinn. Mrs. K. F.. KIcliHrd
"ii A S. CounliiKhfliii, Tan Wo. Tnka
n:. -li: Mr and Mrs. H. T. Prllchanl. .1 C.
I!r..w-i.. M I-'. Cullstro, J. M. C'Mliexkjr. F.
I '.i' liinn cr
W Slll.fiTON, October 1 No more
goods will be sh'rpped through the war
.me from the United Htutcs on sailing
s i Is. The exports administrative
l o:,i, .iiinoiinces thut, at the request of
the shipping board and the navy de
partment, it hud instructed the bureau
.it' expert license to refuse licenses for
It is oliviou.-1, said the board's state
mint, that steamer can navigate the
war .one with less dunger than slow
sMili'"-' eri.tt, nnd soiling ship, if used
in safer wnters, won Id to aa extent re
lease sleitin vessels now used in such
Ales. Itnldwln. Ltd...
U. Brewer Co.........
Kw Plant. Co. ' i,.
Ilalkn Huirar Co
lis. Aartli. Co,
Ilaar I A tt fn
Haw. Una. Co
Ilonokss Mn. Co ,.
Iloemtm Knxsr Co .,
Hutchinson Kucsr I'. Co.,
Kstmkn I'lnuinilon Co .
Kekaha Soitar t'i ,.
Koloa Hn; Cn. . .......
McllMlle Mn !' I.I.I
I lahu Hua. in
Olaa Hu. Co., Ltd
uimuiea KiiKsr Co
I'aanhatl Hinrar I'laut. Co
1's.ir... Kn.- in
I'ala I'lnntallon Co. . ..'
l'eHeko Kugar (
rioneer anil Co.
Hun Carlos Million Co. .,
Wnlnliia Aitrctl, Co
Walluku Hiik. Co
K nils a Defel. Ce...
1st Aaa. 70 pd
2nd As, fully paid
Haiku F. I'. I o , I'M. .
Halkn f. IV Co. com...
Haw-all Cm. ltv. U A .
Hawaii Con Ity. ip; U.
Hawaii Con. Ity. Com. .
Hawaiian F.lectrlc Co ....
Haw. 1'lneapple Co. . ..
linn. II. A M
Houolulu tin Co
linn. II. T. A L. Co
Infer -Islam) S N Co .
Mutual Tel. Co
Oahn II. A I. Co
I'sIiiiiik IIiiI.Im r Co
Helama I ilielliifs. I'd.
Hauie WY,; p.ilil)
Tanjong (link ilul.lier ...
Beach Wnlk I. I. Tin..; .
Hainakna Idteh l. Us
llawnll Con Ky. :;
Haw. Irr. ., its
Haw. Tart. 4 ref., lwi..
Haw. Ter. 4 I'uli. linpa..
Haw. Ter. pull. Imp. 4a
(aeries IUIJ l.'ll
flaw. Terrl ayfcs
Hllo (las Co., Ltd., ..
Ilonokss Hiik. Co., 11. ..
Hon. lias iU. 6s
Ksuat Hy. Co.. lis
Manna Imp. Iilst. BU. ..
M. Ilryile Hn. Co., if ...
Millnal Tel. .la
Unhii Ky. A U Co.. .1..
Oahn Hu. Co., n
Olaa Kim. Co . ih
I'sc. Hun no F. Co., Oa..
Pse. Kur. Mill Co.. rta ...
Hud Curios Milling II.;...
Between Dosrtii . .
Kws. l. , MT; Paclrtc uKar Mill, SO,
10.IM). ., , .. .
Board Sale -Wsliilna.
.?n. 21.10: Oaha. 10. no, (10.00;
Olaa, 5. 7 H7'A; McUry-le, 100, 13, 15, 5,
net. 14, 1017. .
IM analysis beeta (bo adrlcea).
'a-ui, nor xiawniian anaarai , . B.!iu
Oct. 3, iiT. '
New Tprli ,. ..'m.no
Honolulu, Octntier It. HUT. '
Meat lover are apt - to have back
aches and rbeunrati attack. . Uuless
you do heavy work and get lota of
fresh air, don't eat too much. meat.
tfSt rich in nitrogen and help to form
urio'aeid a solid poison that irritate
the nerves, damages the kidneys and
often causes dropsy, gravel nnd urinary
disorders. Douu's llackuc.h Kidney
I'ills help weak kidney to throw off
uric acid. Thousand reoommcnii
:oi,n's for buc.kache.
"When Your Hack 1s Ijime Bemem
her the Name." Don't simply ask. for
a kidney remedy ask distinctly for
Doan'i Bachathe Kidney Pillg nnd
take no other. Doan'i Backache Kid
ney Pills are sold by ull druggist und
storekeepers at 50c, a bo, (six boxes
t-.!M) or will be mailed on receipt of
price by the Hollister, Drug Co, or
Benson, Hmith 4c Co. a (rent fi the
Hawaiian Ialaada -Advertisement.
. ' ; "'.,-..-'. '
... ;, ft .'. v. i . V ,,
Oflice of Comptroller of tho Cur-ency.
Washington, 1). C, Angust 3, 117.
WHKHKAS, by satisfactory evidence
presented to the Uiuleriiigned, it has
I.. , ii made to uppeur that "THK
AKMY NATION M. HANK OF SCJIO
Kil l I) HARRAOKS", located at
Nelioiiehi Murrur.ka, in .the City anil
County of H.mnliilu nnd Terri.lnry of
llii;iii. has complied with all the pro
visions of the Statutes of the I'uited
States, reipiired to te complied with
before an association shall bo aulhor
i.cd to eonunouee Hie business of bunk
inc; NOW, TH KRKFOH E, I, ,H)IIN
SKKI.TON WI1.11AMH, Comptroller of
the Currency, to hereby certify thut
"TIIK A If M Y NATIONAL BANK OK
SCIoKli:i.l) 11 A R HACKS", locutod ut
ludicld Harraiiks. in the City and
County of Honolulu and Territory of
Hawaii, is authorixed to commence the
I.iimii..-!- of It;. tiking us provided iu
Section Fifty (me hundred and sixty
nine of I he lie vised Statutes of the
I'll i led States.
In testimony whereof, wit
Scuh ness my hund and Seal of
oHIce this Till UD dny of
.lo. SKKI.TON W1IXTAMS1,
C imptrollor of th Curreucy,
I i I
TOOK & .
Hon. Con. OU 4.00 4.10 4.25
Enirels Copper . .... 0.00 8.23 25 .
Mineral I'nslucts . .. .oil .07 .OH
Mountain Kin .Oil .15 : . ,1A
Molilalia tlliiKhsm ,. ..'Ill .;tT .40
Madera Mlnlmt . ... . .aa .35 ' ' .
Madera Quid, 1MI0, tHc; Hnnolula Oil,
. . 1 . 1 , 1 1.
NEW YORK CURB STOCKS
Quotations oa the fottowlns "New Terk
curb atis-ka. as wlreleaaad to The Ad Tar
tlser by Btonetiam t)., are:
lllu I .e.lte
F.inma CnpNr . ...
I nnu Itlossom . ...
Jerome VciOe . ...
Uay Hercules . ...
Silver hlnu ('..lis. .
SAN FRANCISCO QUOTATIONS
8N FIlANvCI8(tO, Oetol.er 12 wWf o,
low Inn are the uM-ulng anil elosln qnn.
tHthnrs of aiiicur anil other slocks In the
Sau Fmuelseu market yeaienla:
Hnw'n Coin'l Homr .
Hsaallnu Hunar Co, ,
Hutchinson dinar Co.
iiiilni Suar Ce. . ....
oliiii Suicur Co, . , . , ..
On.. men Mujcur Co. . .
l'unidiitii Siiuur Co.
Houolulu I'lnntallon ,
. f '
Hid tKs IHTtdeod. tt'stnoUd.
Hawaiian (Inr.ette, Be ml -.Weekly.
Kilitor, K. O. alathesou;
Kusinea. Manager, C. H. Crane.
I'ublihhers: The Hawaiian Gazette
Owners; Stockholders holding 1 per
cent or more of total amount of stock I
I.. A. Thurston, Honolulu,
C. S. Crane, Honolulu.
Mrs. A. W. Pearson, Honolulu.
Kdwnrd Hokum, Honolulu.
(i. I.. Samson, Honolulu.
Hondliolders, Mortgages and other
security holders: None.
CHARLES H. CRANE,
Sworn and subscribed to before ma
this 8th day of October, A. D. 1917.
CABLOM A. lONO,
Notary Publio for the First Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
My commission expires June 30, 1918.