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A JAPANESE ASSAULT AT PORT ARTHUR.
Preparing to Strike a Decisive Blow an OLAA SETTLER ONE OF
at Port Arthur -Tunneling Underj RUSSIA'S NVAL HEROES
the Forts Russians Dont Expect
Another Battle in the North.
Mountain View, Sept. 9, 1904.
Editor Advertiser: The inclosed
photograph is that of Commodore Ivan
N. Liebedieff, whose heroic death in the
defense of Port Arthur is described In
your issue of 7th inst. page 4 under the
heading "Stands by His Guns."
He was a resident of Olaa, Island of
ese will be in a hurry to engage Kuropatkin whose forces have been Hawaii some eight years ago as a set
tler and coffee planter occupying lots
, wrong cause.
DR. NICHOLAS RUSSEI
lASSOCXATSD FSESS OAfiUSQIlAlXSO
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 17. It is not believed that the Japan-
strengthened since the evacuation of Liaoang.
TUNNELING PORT ARTHUR.
Following Is the article referred to:
CHEFOO, Aug. 30, 8 p. m. The last
issue received here of the Novokral,
the official organ at Port Arthur, con
tains an account warmly praising the
conduct of Captain Lebedieff, com
manding the Marines at Zaredoutni,
who stood on top of a wall, his revolver
in pne hand and his sword in the other,
and killed or wounded! twenty odd Jap-
i N. 320-"25 at 22 miles in the Russian anese, who, mounting on the shoulders
of their comrades, attempted to scale
colony. He expected after the conclu
i ! gic-n of his term of service to come back
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 17. Reports that the Japanese are to olaa and -remain for the rest of his
. days. He is now 56 years of age and
tunneling uxiucr uic iwuuwiuuiis.v;i . , was commodore of one of the Russian j
the wall. "When the Japanese were re
pulsed Captain Lebedieff sat down and
was wiping the perspiration from his
face when a shrapnel shell tore his
body to pieces.
SUPPORTED BY CHARITY
Writes to His Wife of the Hardships of His Life
Since He Was Dropped by
Following Is an English translation of Mr. Coke, recently at the St. Louis
a letter written by Morris Keohokalole Democratic Convention, and he may not
to his wife, appearing in the current
have received it there, for I had no
number of the Aloha Aina. That paper , at nl8 arrlvaJ at gj Louis, which I
learned of it accidentally picking up 3
newspaper in the park. Yesterday I
also contains Mrs. Keohokalole's ex
plicit denial of the truth of Delegate
Kuhio's statement, made on Hawaii,
that he had supplied her with money:
with some credulity.
PREPARING FOR A BLOW.
CHEFOO, Sept. 17. The Japanese are preparing for a decisive
blow at Port Arthur. Troops are landing daily at Dalny.
DISTURBANCES IN CHINA.
It was a good death, although in a
j The photograph which Dr. Russel
sent will appear in a later issue of the
NIECE OF KING EDWARD
DEVQTHD TO CUT CDLT
PARIS, Sept. 17. Disturbances in the province of Chi-1
threaten" the Peking-Hankow railroad.
TOKIO, Sept. 17. Marshal Oyama reports that the Russia
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cavalry is scouting soutnwara.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 17,
ALMOST A REBELLION
IN NORTH OF ITALY
ROME, Sept. 17. The Socialist agitation is assuming the pro
portions of a rebellion in Northern Italy.
LOUBET WILL RETURN
TO PRIVATE LIFE
JEWS KEEP FAST
asked Mr. Glascoft of the Associated
Charities for some postage stamps
which he kindly gave me three and
availed this my first opportunity to
write "you and also to Mr. H. C. Ellis
made me unable to write and Inform ; ; ' a uSlcu, jrei
X I1UW HOI.
Washington, D.C., July 21, 1904.
My dearest wife: Misfortunes have
LONDON, Sept. 3. Princes Victoria
"of Schleswig-Holstein, one of King Ed-
i ward's nieces, has made the cat cult
intensely fashionable again. Her
I royal highness, a devoted lover of cats,
became patron of the National Cat
Show and entered her beautiful silver
Persians for competition at the Crys
tal Palace and botanic shows.
Cats stiff must h:ivs with Vir aln-uvs.
-It is reported here that closer t-ponhe tabie of her boudoir at cum-
relations between China and Japan have probably been established. JfVSeT
MUKDEN. Sept. 17. The Japanese forces are advancing by sian cats.
r , , . ' J FAVORITES ARE PICTURED.
t ; 1 a 1 T"U-. . 1 t Irparlw pr era crpri 1 n(- indications t
DOtn ranss. j. nc uulFvouo " J Mr. Lander has pictured one of the
are that a ereat battle is impending. The Russians are occupying princess- favorites, that pretty, win-
& r some puss, Fair Maid of Windsor. He i
Outlying villages. ialso has photographed the Windsor
n i kitten and Twin Roses on One Stem,
i a fine pair of royal blues.
J Mis? Evelyn Van Wart of New "Fork
is very fond .of cats, too. She possess
es some of tne finest h.nstns.n laoDies
in the kinsrdom, and, like all her
friends, they are devoted to her. An
other of her pets is a parrot, which
is full of quaint sayings anj odd mannerisms.
This agreeable, sensible and accom
plished American woman is the grand
daughter of the late Marshall O. Ro
berts of New York, who left a fortune
to her. She is a most generous hostess
at her little house in Mayfair 32 Cur
zon street, which is always full of
American beauty roses, sent packed in
bv her friends in New York. Miss
y Tonight at sunset will begin the mos
solemn fast day of the Jewish calendar,
aTom Kippur or the Day of Atonement.
The day is observed in every corner of
the globe where Jews reside, and b
all classes of the race whether orthodox.
conservative or radical reform. The
orthodox Jews fast from sundown on
Sunday until sundown on Monday. In
the large cities of the States where
there are many Jews the celebration of
the day is a notable affair. Business
in the Jewish quarter and on many of
the main business streets is eusnded
while the faithful gather to celebrate
the ancient fast.
In the days of the glory of the
Israelitish nation Tom Kippur was cele- !
brated with the most . solemn ceremo
nies. Throngs of the people" wended
their way to Jerusalem toward the great j
and beautiful temple on the crest of j
Mount Zion. During the solemn tern-
pie service the Hig-h Priest, robed in j
his gorsreous vestments of office, wen..
you of my predicament which you note
by jny address. I have not left it
though I had told you to write me to
Frisco. Such was a human being's
proposition but the great Disposer of
things willed it otherwise.
After leaving the house (Cupid's) or
fired out, I immediately engaged me a
i com at 1717 DeSales St. where Mr.
Semmes was living and there waited
for my March money balance. Kuhio
had paid me a check of $60.00 for money
loaned to Mr. Clark when I immediate
ly told the servant girl that I wanted
to speak again to the Prince, (for the
March money to enable me get a ticket,
as the rates then, after April 1st, had
become the usual non reduced tickets,
purchased at first class, about $97.00,
second class, $82.00), but I waited in
vain. The early part of came right
after pay-day. I made another attempt
to speak to him. and with the same
result. In the meantime my fund was i
dwindling down by my doctor's bill of
$21.00 first, and then rent and a few
necessary things practically broke me
at the beginning of June. Matters got
from bad to worse. Mr. Semmes having
left for New Orleans, his home, in May,
went and asked Mr. Haywood and Mr.
Armstrong to lend me money enough to
get to Frisco, but they practically told
me, I was able-bodied which meant to
get work for money, that would be
manual labor. During this month I had
to dispose of a lot of clothes for almost
nothing to keep me fed and sleep: two
new suits and other ciothes I brought.
My last attempts were to Governor
Carter while in Chicago, and I suspect.
- he purposely avoided to reply, and to
I have been under weather during:
the greater portion of June with rheu
matics and blues and for many a day
been despondent, but still had plenty
of courage to fight it off and was around
trying to get a little work to get some
thing to eat, but it was very hard. Once
I was without food for about 40 hours
and several times 12 to 24 hours.
Sleeping was outdoors all that time
wherever it may be safe from thfl
police, but, one night went along with,
two others, were arrested for being a
vagrant while asleep next morning and
taken to the station house and then to
the court house on the Black Maria (a
wagon that prisoners at the' different
stations are taken in to the court.,
house). Was released upon my expla
nation for having written for funds and
would go home when received. Since
then have been with or under the care
of the Associated Charities until I
either get something to do here or othr
relief. How is my land matter? If
satisfactory to Kalua reserve lot occu-
pied by church building and for house
lot. I will sign deed upon return, no
money to make out power of attorney
let him give you money or portion -of
it. There is rent due yet on that land.
My paper is getting to the end.
Lat Night's Arrests.
Mj Yee was arrested last night on a
charge of assault and battery. Chora
Tuck was held for investigation. Ela
ma was arrested for larceny in th? sec
PARIS, Sept. 17. President Loubet announces that he desires
to enter private life at the end of his term.
of Holies where trod no foot 'save his j
and that but once a year. There be-
fore tne Ark of the Covenant with the j
kneeling seraphim surmounting it and !
the sacred relics of the people within it j
the High Priest knelt and prayed tor
the forgiveness of the peoples' sins
while the whole nation knelt outside in
After the destruction of the last tem
ple these ceremonies were abandoned
Van Wart's grand grden party wnicn but every true Jew ceieoraies me uij
had been postponed three weeks be- in his own home and thinks of the days
cause she contracted neuralgia while of long ago. This year the fast falls
making elaborate preparations for It on the tenth day of Tishri of the year
(Ccnt-nued on Pare 7.- 5665 of the Hebrew calendar.
SAN FRANCISCO BANK
IS EASILY ROBBED
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17, Yesterday a man walked into the
First National Bank, picked up a bag with $20,000 in it and went
to an adjoining hotel. The teller followed, recovered the money
and the man escaped.