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nOXOMJLU STA1J-IH7I JiETIJf, Til rUSD.VY, FEB . 1U 13.
TliP undersigned has received Instruc
Mr. A. 8. Salvo
To Sell By
at his store on
K otel Street
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next Palm Cafe, on
DISSOLUTION PLAN OF. BIG
HARRIMAN R. R. SYSTEMS
Hawaiian stockholders ra the three
big railroads that compose the "liar
rlman merger system," hare received
from headquarters In New York tte
proposed plan for the dissolution- of
he , company.- together,- with a siaie-
wiM rf the financial dals involve.
as toia in recent news dispatches by
vauie, the Mammau orijcjtwa titciaic
that the California state railroad com
missioners have blocked the dissolu
tion plans, while the attorney-general
i iiuw oiaies is emphatic in
stating that the plans will go forward.
The financial statement Eays:
"To Sockholders : (Common and Pre
ferred) pf the Union Pacific Km:
road Company, and Stockholders
' of the Southern Pacific Company:
"With the approval of the attorney
general of the United States, the Union
Pacific Railroad Company has acopiec
p. plan, which has also been assented
to by the Southern Pacific Company
in so far as action on its part is re
quired, for complying with the terms
of the decree to be entered in the
government suit in accordance with
the recent decision of. the . Unltec
States supreme court, which plan in
cludes the following:
"The Southern Pacific Company ha3
s greed to sellto the Union Pacific
Railroad Company the entire capital
stock cf the Central Pacific Company,
and to cancel or assign the existing
lease of the railroad and other prop-5
erty of the Central Pacific company,
thus transferring to the Union Paciric
Railroad Company the beneficial own
ership of the railroads and other prop
erty of the Central Pacific Company,
bubject to 'certain, teases, rec:proca:
contract for the joint: use of railroads
uid terminals, ana other arrangements
intended for the mutual protection cf
the two .companies. It had been ex
pected that the Union Pacific Raii
icad Company would pay for the Cen
tral Pacific property by surrendering
TWO DIRECT PRIMARY BILLS
CO IN BY SANE LEGISLATOR
And the Exnlanat'on Is That man-.of.Hn; was Jr the duty of
Lyman Was Given Wrong
One to Introduce
introducing the primary bill.
According to the story told around
! legislative halls now, someone on the
1 committee must have gone to Rawl-I
a queer mix-up na3 nrougni two ui- jns desk and in the search for the
Talked to Herself
By URTIN B. ERLICH
rect primary laws, amanating from the ' primary measure picked off the bill of
same source, Into the house within
. Attorney W. T. Rawlins Was ask
ed by the Republican legislative steer
ing committee to draw up a primary
bill in accordance with the G. O. P.
- March 1st
T at 10 o'clocVa. m., and again at 7:33
; p. Tn , ifie whole of his stock. of btg'a
, . ; ,' - . - ; - . . . ; . ; .
das? merchandise consisting of
Sjli; and Crepe
. .5 J?Uni i
1911, which never passed the legisla
ture, but which had been used by. Mr.
Raw -ins in the course of his work of
collecting information on which to
base the 1913 measure. At any rate,
it is said that Lyman was handed the
platform. lie did so, and in the pro- wrong, bill to introduce and that the
cus acccmu-uted a stack of bilk and measure which he . presented ' right
information a foot high on his desk after the legislature opens is identical
down in the Jydd building. j with the 1911 bill. The" error was later
Just before the session opened, the discovered and 'Tuesday Represeata
Reputlican committee , parceled out live Lyman introduced his second pri
among tbe various legislators the bills mary bill. .This, says Mr. Rawlins, is
that had. been prepared for introduc- the bill which shculd have gone in
ticn. Representative Norman K. Ly-'as the Republican mfasure.
CLEWS STILL ANXIOUS k
ABOUT KEV: PRESIDENT
In his special letter of February 13,
lienry Clews of New York says: '
"There has been iiothing during the
past week in current developments ti
encourage a further advance In tho
block market. On the contrary, a
scries of disappointing and discouras
:nj events occurred. The outbreak iu
Mexico, though not necessarily involv
ing consequences to tlie United State?,
caused some unsettlement. American
intcresU' and investment: in Mexico
lire vcry: extensive, and prolonged
or transferring $84,675,500, par value, turbance in Mexico must affett them
of the stock of the Southern Facilic adversely. So far as our government
Company now held by. the.- Oregon
Short Line Railroad Company, by the
cancellation, and surrender or $Z,iiZ,:
00, face value, of the four per cent!
Central Pacific' stock collateral bonds
of the Southern Pacific Company now
owned by the Union Pacific Railroad
Company, and by the payment of $M,
03.441 in cash. ; Dut there being douut
as to the right of the Southern Pacific
Company to acquire its own stock, it
has been .'decided to sell the entire
Oregon Short Line Railroad Company's
entire holdings cf stock in the South
ern Pacific Company, aggregating
?12G,6o,OOu, par value, and it has beeu
agreed that the net proceeds of . the
talo of.?84,67o.500, par value, of said
stock, shall be naid to the UoiiL'j em
j Pacific Company in lieu of such con
templated surrender to it of saui
amount of stock. : :
! "Accordingly the privilege is offered
to stockholders, registered on the
lioks of the Union Pacific Railroad
Company and the Southern . Pacific
Company lexcluding, however, the
Oregon Short Lino Railroad Company
and, its nominees),, respectively, at
the close of business on, FeDruary. 2S,
1913, to subscribe on or before March
21, 1913, for such stock of the South
ern Pacific Company in the proportion
cf one share of Southern Paciiic stock
for each four shares of Union Pacific
stock, preferred or common, and or
one share of Southern Pacific stock
for each three shares of Southern Pa
Center Pieces and
SilK Shawls, Scarfs
Art Loom Rugs,
This is an opportunity of a life-time
to procure the highest grade or ar;
merchandise imported from Europe
and the Far East. ;
George V. Jakins,
concerned, there appears to be no
immediate necessity of intervention,
lut th situation is one that involves
considerable uncertainty until ,afcEe.:
tlemenl is reached. Another element
cf disturbance hat-been the'; expected
firemen's strike, which thus far has
failed to find any. real, public, s-.ipport;
Certainly It threatens the railroads
with' an additional serioi:s burden
without any mean3 of redrs3. , Tho
.vernmeut insists . upon -.."rcsulatih'3
rates, but har r.othin? to say alxui
regulating wages, and the railroads
which transport the necessities of life j
tanks showing an increase of $31.
lKh),00Os iu depesits and '$23.0. V. in
cash reserves, wMle their ;i oans - ex
panded In the carae time - only 49.
ooo.ooo. ., v; ; s-:- -r -j '. . ;
"A& to. the immediate fu'iire of the
mark?t," I.lr. Cl-ws - says, "The out
look. Is still conf uaing." , He ad da that
tUe leaders ' In Val street at, present
luck initiative, .and '. in . coacJusion
speaks of the timidity of capita say-
ing: ''Capital' neetfa encouragement to
step forwai d . ; and - complete - much
necdexi new. iventures, which would
keep labor'; well employed ana ud t
to ; oup general prof pi'iity. It is t i
be hoped that Mr. Vi!s3a will offer
' " '
WTien John Frazor of Ferrage, a lo
cal chauffeur, met in collision yUh :
for over 55,000,000 of people are, vir- Rapid Transit car,; he likewise fell
tually left at the mercy and diuat'on
of a relatively small body of r",000
men. In this tliere. la i neither justice
tior reason, and some plan should Ik1
into the net spread for him by Motor-
ccie umcercnuton. . . , ? ,
vFrazerv was found guilty ; this morn
ing of heedless driving and invit yl to
adopted whereby struggles of this sort j rcntribute ?75 towards defraying tho
would be impossible. Another Impor
tant, though little discussed, source of
uuccrtaincy is the po!icy of the new
adminstration." : v
i Mr. Clews goes further into the
political equation, expressing a hope
that the Dresklent-elect- wil show a
expenses, of the ci ty and county ' gov
ernment. -: "- :
Frazee wis defend?d by Attorney
Flrauss, who t immediately noted ob
jections and likewise an appeal to a
h'Rher tribunal. " - ;
It is alleged by the officers that
wise caution in his progressive policy, Frazer .c.aimped'lnsdpwn'NuQana
going on' to state the fourth reason ; street on th.et evening of February 2
for weakness In the stock market as' f a clip that; prevented hi3 stopping
being the steadily advancing rates j the machine, until be had ran afoul,
fcf inonej . Incidentally, he mentions j the electricVcar. Both, the motorm m
that it has been ct timated that the and conductbr of tha pnblic service
hoarding of money. caused by the , vehicle .were brought to. district court
It was a bright moonlight night the ;
10th of April. 1S7L 1 was walking'
ttloosr the street of the city In which I j
lived and heard a, town clock strike!
with its deep tones the hour of lfX
"This Is a double anniversary for
me." l said to myself, ;;
4Wlut 1 meant was this: Tea years
before, on the 19th of April. 1SC1, I
bad been with tbe troops cutting their
f way through Italtimore to the relief of
the national yapitaL threatened by the
MH-eKsiouists. and on tbe present VJth
vt -April. 1871. 1T bad only an hour be
fore I heard tbe clock strike been ac
tvpted as the future bu4and of the
woman who has for . forty years been
wy wife. . '
There is a third reason why I have
remembered that 19th of April 187L
While jiasKins before a tl willing a wo
man catne ouL mattering, feuprecatlons
on some one. - She was so wrought up
by what Hhe was thinking ubout that
she did nut appear to see tan. I walk
ed on behind her, and beard, her talk
ing t herself.: 1. don't remember her
words.'-but' she. was beapltg maledic
tions, upon the head of her husband,
who bad deserted her., letwlng her to
supjort and care for, two: little chil- j
dren. These words Ireiuemlter bear-'
iujt her say; t -
Poor dear little Bob. sick and hun
gry a ud nothing to give him to eat but
dry b rend when be needs dainties! I'd
like to kill - ; j
She turned Into : a .- baker shop and I
asked for a loat orbread, offering 4
cents Instead of the full pdce. which
was ?i. The baker bad evidently
grunted similar requests.
When she came out 1 spoke to her.
told ber that 1 bad overheard ber talk
ing to herself and what she had said.
She imrat Into tear and wrung her
bands. 1 told ber.that .lt would give
me pleasure to supply ber immediate
wants and handed her a bin quite suf
ficient for that . purpose. Not only
were my sympathies enlisted for her.
but 1 was myself at' the moment tbe
happiest man In the .world, "'-:
. As she thanked me the moon shone
down full on ber face, showing It to
'i j X
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(Continued frem Pagt 1)
t 1 " 1 1 "
, tftlron ht their fflfA Vfllilfl AccOrdln2t
It WUS a' face not soon G(Vcrj. n,,rhrtn ' tnpmhm of the
to 1k. forgotten not beautiful, but sad.
Ve would like to forget the sad sights
of life, but we can't. It Is much easier
to forget the happy ones. s 1 . f (
A few months later the pubKc be
came Interested Id the trial of a wom
an accused of haTloj: murdered her
husband. I read some accounts of tbe
jmittee of the who!
j 11. R 20Ref erred to j
II. B. SSReferrei to j
II. IJ, 23 Referred to. e: :
11. 1). 40-r.e'erred to aillti:
nilttee. : . . , : ,
, II. IJ. 43 Referred to flnar.;
Isola(Ion. " .
II. C. R. 4 To reauost Cc
thl3 morning to tesMfy against Frazer.
The carmen declared that they dii
Balkan war amounted to $350,000,000
in the three - countries of Franc",
eific stock held by others than-the Germany and Austria alone, in tne everything-pos3iDie ito avoia a coiit
Oregon Short Line Railroad Companywest banking conditions are fairly pion, through the prompt reversal of
and Its nominees. v ; : satisfactory, the Chicago national he electric motors.
: PERPETRATED BY WALT Mc DOUGALL
house, deep sea sonndlngs of Demo
cratic sentiment toward the governor
were made but the lead failed to touch i
satisfactory holding ground and the I
factional bark continues to drift.
To leave metaphor for bald state
ments of fact, the affair was this. Led
i by the Hawaii hul in the house the
trial, and certain features of It seemed antl-Frear men planned to introduce amend the Organic Act aJ.
familiar to. me. Witnesses wor that ! 1 L '
iue aiauiuusuKuirii aim astuus ivr u innmuum iul iuo itn.
investigation of the whole house and Kupihea.
senate Into many of the charges made' IL. IL 49 To insert a JIY
by the delegate. The faction Is not in. tne appropriation bill fr ;
strong enough to carry the matter ermueat hospital at liana,
through successfully by its little Ion?, VVIlcox. . . -
so Democratic assistance was sought. H. IL CO To inrert a S1D.S
The scheme of the Kuhio men was a appropriation bill for .
to get the Bourbon support needed by Ic Alcwa, Hclght3 .road frc :
the promise of support on many moot present end to tao Asylum r
Bourbon measures, i This would have Kaalho. , '
worked out well, for with the aid of Ceuiiasniratjcns. . (
the Democrats they could have passed From Jlott-fcmith, nctifyi::
their resolution" and once more opened bouse that the governor ha3 r
up the long standing feud. , : flOUS0 till No. 1 and Senate Li)l :
Unfortunately for them the Demo- r rom i;ie caieI Jusuce, trar..
they had beard her Bay that she was
going to kill him if she banged for. It
Where and when bad 1 heard some
oue say "1 should like to, kllF Then
It came to me that it was the woman
whom I had seen come out of a bonse
talking to; herself, who had been de
serted by her husband, whose sick boy
needed dainty food and for whose Im
mediate wants 1 had provided.
A thrill of horror ran through me at
the thought that she bad been influ
enced by ber wrongs to do what she
bad said she would like to do. I re-
baring met. such a woman lest I and Bill Sheldon and the other Ha
canea 10 icsiuy araiast . uer. ur :.ajf rnrnt9tlva - ornwi n4
THE MASTER MINDS
CR EVERY MAN TO HIS OWN TRADE .
SiTUDYJNG- INCREA5ED OUTPUT
CF MILLS AWO DCCRASD
CON-.PiTiTJaN.wiTM BETTER GOODS.
PIOUS UCAR. REFINER ;
IMPROVING THE PRODUCT AND
OPENING- ENLARC-EP AVENUES TO
TOBACCO EXPERT MIXING-A
popular and saleable brand
AND ELEVATING- THE TONE;
OP" THE BUSINESS. -
J Raise lj lfSV'- i tV -ZCZ
awhile I kept away ; from the court-
rooras. but something : uncanny a
strange curiosity drew me there, and
on the day of tbe summing np 1 yield
ed and went to the courtroom.
I bad not been mistaken. . The pris
oner's face was the same that I had
last seen on the street In the moonlight, t
though the sadness of it had given
place to a sort of stupor, ; ,
The prosecutor was sattmlng np ts
I entered the courtroom. I heard him
say that, he had proTed that the wo
man bad threatened to kill her bus
band; that at the hoar of 9 at night be
had left a friend to go to his home, say
ing that be had received some money
and was going to return with It to his
wife. At ten minutes past 10 one In
the adjoining house had beard a cry.
had gone in and found the man mur
dered, the money gone.. Later his wife
bad been found at a confectioner's with
a ten dollar bill buying delicacies.
What, could be plainer than that, she
had in a mad desire for revenge killed
him. taken the money and gone ont on.
an ordinary errand to avert suspicion? .any
copies of Hawaiian Reports a-:
From the city and county r.tt.
requesting copies of ail ll'.U
& Lymer. asking for copie3 cJ
house bills. -
The governor's fourth special
sage, submitting form of an c
nlpadpd In vain -
The attitude of the Democrats as fernag Honolulu and all UY.i
expressed by one of them this morn- t0 criminal matters be se:.t
. .vl a. . From Thomnsnn. WJMar
iok. was uiat we are eiMcunz to eec "
into power np stairs soon enough as
it la, and even if we were not we be
lieve that it would be bad politics to
fn ttt1 A mmhiniitinn with a foo(nii
minorfty that can help us little if any Priatloa bill for public improv
in a real fight, should one come op j u lw usance ccr:
after awhile as we antielnat. cuId increase total Improve:..:
pendlture3 12.1 17.470.33, requirl.
fother bond Issue and racing t!
.ritory's total bonded Indebten
i P.5G0.0OO. . - ...
.From D. L. Conkling. "as !d.
rftTf tf Kill., sn.t wr,.,,. I i I .
Aew lull, . duced.
.II. B. 99 To permit authorization lvtlUons.'
oi insirucuon in me Hawaiian lan- Fmn
after awhile as we anticipate.
iL1 dJenlrb Papa. announcing 1: McVf '
M"uv",uu uu " ,fu. UJ repre3ent the needs of that C
twenty-five parents of pupils in any before the house.-Presented by (
school. Coney. ij poojje 3
, H. B. 100 Prohibiting dlscrimina-1 printing committee reports r
tion against persons lawfully wear- bills -N'os t n in j, p
" . r.r resusy Ior distribution. Al
pRoMiUfcNT Fruit ORower abo-jt
TO DEVELOP A NEW GRAFTING- PROCESS.
ICE CREATING A EROADtR
MARKET, WIDE DiSTRlBUTlO.V AND
BINLVOLENT INSUrUNCE MAGNATE
DEVISING A FLAN TO IMPROVE.
METHODS AMD BtNETlT POLICY HOLDERS
' THE r
:', ANSWERS .
Mt a A. 41 I It. (141 4-41 .1"
f !UAiTes,lheIr3nspjiren! coil h appeared. lis dll ihdi me name implies.
Tfjdnrts te,noLo Jy KdS dsyet suggested iitilteing tke new maten'al Top1Ii
n& dodu dr belorelrosl arrives.
I cotaT becomes popular belorelrosl dmves.
Jersey Ci1y;Ses, it ts ruite proper to !ill a moscjuito on d girl& neck if .
you've teen introduced to her.lf coffee disdgrees wilKyoti try Lrcan
sopited in molasses rid browned. Bail lour hours and dump it In trie
I sprang from my seat among the
spectators and cried out: That woman
t Is Innocent. I snow IL I can; prove
W M. W. .
There was a hubbub In the court
room, but when I took the witness
stand and had been sworn all was si
lence to bear what I would say. I told
how I had followed her to the bhke
shop and had given ber a ten dollar
bilL When asked bow I remembered
I TOrf . hnitts 4ilnt . ,
H. B 101-Prohiblting U . prtatrd iT jrn. So
charge from government employ of nnt nrim h.in La IJi,
former member of the U. S. army xQ. I. " J ' '
sae o R,.ow,g vi gross mcoiupe- FInance committec ep0Tts on
nV'lo? Tn ZA' or (U- commending irbe
H. L. 102 To amend Act 8., of the Report of committee adoptej l
session laws of 1911 exempting wine I(laced on order for thlA ta- t
vineyards from taxation for ten years. morrow. rca"'"- 1
II. B. 103 To amend Sections 1 and
2 of Act ICS of the session laws of
1011, providing for public improve
ments, as per the governor's fourth
speci?J message. Watklns.
II. B. 104 To amend Sec. I of Act 42
Finance committee recommendi I
B. 48 be tabled, Paele di.S3enti2 fr.
majority reporL lieport adopted.
A small sum was realized from t -sale
of the steamer Samoa, th? wre: v
the date and the nonr. even wpioss nthnH,lnV nrinn of. -'sbest bidder upon the floor of t:
the minute. I gave tbe reasons I have
given in the beginning of this story.
The woman was acanitted. What I
did for her after that Is for me and
my family and for no one else.
I was curious to know how the bus-
band had met his death.- It was very
eec muraerea. it was a long wmw
before an explanation came. Then a
man who bad known him In n distant
state appeared and said that the de
ceased had told him of his desertion
and iuiid h wn too unhannv to live
and was going home to die. Be prob- ( 20 years. Sheldon
ably committed srdcide. Why he did Third Reading.
so stilt remains a secret, though I fan- j H. B. No. 20, amending Sec. 2 of
h n,:n' n.inii tr unhlnirl bv Act 104 of the session Jaws of 1911
retelling iu ia saianro oi ; circuit
court officers. Amended on motion
the bonded indebtedness to a total oflv3 ,'r1RC:c,0 Mert-bants hxhar.-o.
$9,500,000. Walk ins. i James Searle was the auctioneer a .
11. B. 105 To appropriate $3,000 bf never auctloneervJ with gret:
for construction of wharf at Keawa- fiIo?nce.- The litest reports frt
kapu, Maui.-Tavares. the Samoa indicated that the r ;:
H. B. 106 To amend Act 22 of the chaser would - have to hurry to I27
Jaws of 1209, relating to citizenship bands' on bs bargain before the s .
toon it away, out even with tn:s Lc--
the hull was:soId to N. Grove -
and .the cargo to A. 31. Mc-
! singular that he should have been in I qnallfications for persons employed tolt
;Bi wife's room Just long enough to 'by the government-Lyman Yi.S
U-,,, if ... 0 i.,n whit.. C. IO4-T0 amend Sec. 121 of the for
revised laws, relating to employment
:of citizen labor on public works.
Lyman. . : ,
IL B. 10S To amend Sec. 228." of
Chapter 148, of the revised laws, rais
ing the legal age of gir'.s from IS to
Blue seal ring on Fort streeL T.i
, to Hawaiian Hotel 'ana -rect !r -ward.--
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