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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS
Alice Roosevelt Is Married.
Entered at the Post Office at W'uiliiUn, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Maui Publishing Company. Limited.
Proprietors and fubllshera,
The columns of the Nuws admit communications on pertinent topics. Write only
on one side of paper. Sign your name which will he held confidential if desired.
RimsruiPTioN Rates, in Advance $2.50 per Year. $1.50 Six Months ma reception followed the ceremony.
1 i , . . . .
&pienaiu wcuaing presents irom an
nations were received by the bride
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, better
known of course as Miss Alice Roose
Washington, D. C, February 17.
The marriage of Miss Alice Roosevelt
to Representative Nicholas Long
worth took place here today in the
East Room in the White House.
Bishop Satterlee of the Protestant
Episcopal church preformed the
ceremony. President ttooseveit gave
the bride away. The floral decora
tions were beautiful. There were a
thousand guests present. An infor-
Hugh lyy . Coke,
FEB. 24, 1906 velt, is the eldest daughter of Presi
dent Roosevelt. It is not invrn to
Inrllps in hicrVi nlfiopB to rnnp.pul their
bringing oj svpn if ,hp wnntP(i. to. ftn(i 11,0
a- ' 1 I
ecords show that she was born in
1884.. She thus is twenty-two years
Alice Lee, to whom Theodore Roose.
velt was married in 1883. The first
Mrs. Roosevelt passed away only a
short time after giving birth to the
little girl who received her name. In
188G the now president married again
andthe girl has of course always
A Better Class We recently advocated the
of Emmirants. Russian settlers into the Territory in
stead ot Asiatics. This is to be done soon and while the number
brought will bo far below the number required they will be a wel- 0f age, fifteen years tho junior of her
come addition to our population. It is common belief that neither husband
o-nnrt m.r evil comes sinelv and this seems true of the enumeration Her mothers maiden name was
situation. While much has been said relative to bringing more
Portugese into the islands the scheme seemed to lack the neceS
sary support from the planters. This was evidently a wrong
conclusion lor the planters are nearly all no; only ready to give
employment to all but to either deed laborers valuable tracks of
land or give them the land on very reasonable terms and for long
... m. . I . f A I 1 - I
periods of time, '1 be delay on ine pari oi some oi uiu I""' 00kedon the present Mrs. Roosevelt
. was due to the fact that many of them had to conler witn tneir san a3 a mother and not as one of step
Francisco copartners and now having done so all seem to be unit- kjn.
ed in their desire and efforts to secure as many Portugese as Nichoals Longworth, the bride
possible. The plan is to bring one thousand or more families all gioom of today, was born at Cincin
of whom can be cared for and given work at once. As the Portu- naii un November 5, 181.9, and so is
jrasa are know to be excellent labor this number is far below what Ms thirty-seventh year. His tather
should be brought.
The Portugese are the best labor for the islands ever brought
here and all realize that they are an industrious frugal, and law
abiding class of citizens. Anyone can tell at a glance wheather a
house is owned by a Portugese. Every one of their homes is kept
in order their grounds plauted with trees fruits and vegetables
nnd from mornim? until nieht all are at work. This is in striking
contrast to the nolicv persued by the Japanese. The writer has
was a man of much wealth and enter
prise, his nraiu source of weal h hav
ing been in railroad building. Nicholas
Longworth graduated from Harvord
in 1891 and from Harvard Law School
Returning to Cincinnati, he grad
uated from the law school in 1894 aod
was admitted to the bar the same
1899 1901 and of the Ohio Senate for
the following two years. He has been
congressman for the 1st Ohio District
since 1903. He has been a member
of the Ohio State Republican Com
lived in the island over eight years, has visited every island in the year
croup from Hawaii to Niihau but has never seen a Japanese plant fie went into politics in 1898 at
an ornamental tree nor do any thing to neauuiy nis nome viun is msv oj ireroiuuin u memuer oi me
worthy of mention. All Japanese seem to stuay to get as much Hoard of Education, was a member
nncKihlo for tho least nossiblo exertion and then return to their l"e vt.io House of Representatives
own country. We do not mean by this that all Japanese are indo
lent for this is far from true but we do mean to say that as citizens
they are but little better than the Portoric ans or Koreans The
writer beleives he understands the American people -and their
policies and unless we are badly mistaken the policy in future will Imttee since 1900.
be less favorable to Asiatics than it has been in the past, J. here has WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS.
never been what may be called a general strike by the Portugese According to the published plans
nor is there any likelihood that there ever would be with thousands of the wedding it was at first pro
of them here. An honest effort on the part of the powers wthat be posed to have a reception in the Blue
to get a good class of labor here that will develop the Country on Room afler the wedding while some
American lines is what is most needed and is what must ie done lluuu";u 1Ufluu"s 'or e
ifHniiictnnvovpnLP from . hei n? a. Colon v of Mongolians. '"K '"many
I ist i 1 1 .i l' i ii'm'ii i milt a (in ((( rkn ( . (i . 1
vi nitac c c w u uiv LUi uo bile ncu'
uing guests wouiu number about a
Salton Sea What promises to be a physical change of vast thousand, as the number of persons
importance and for reaching in its effects is tl?e. flooding of an who can be accommodated in the
area in southern California of four thousand square miles auo pinors ana corriuors is not more
V; , krr lQCurt. inlr, uninlanrl Bon ff trivvit, rlpnlll !inH Ulan UUU, It IS p:aiU that Only a
,nc,nal mornit.nH S,.i is what, is now hninn- done in snito of Portion of these guests would be able
UUUklUUIl ULtl UVW. v - - f I
the efforts of the 'Southern Pacific Railroad Company by the flood
ing of Salton basin a depression of two hundred and eighty-sgven
feet below sea level, by the entire volume of water of the Colorado
RivAr. one of the lanre rivers of America, the effects of this
change will be felt for many miles around and while it may be un'
welcome to the Southern Pacific Kailway lo. that owns many
thousands of acres of land in tho basin now being Hooded it may
prove to be of inestimable value in changing the climatic conditions of from Washington who could uoder no
the adjacent territory that is now a barren waste and cause sulhci- cncumstauces attend.
cf Y.n;r.fan trv mol-o it. nnssihlfi for manv to establish homes whera Knowing that wide interest at
VU V lUIUIUll V S iuuuv w . - - 1 1 I
noTio now reside As atmosphere heated by the suns rays rises laches to tho wedding of Miss Roose
cooler and heavier air rushes in to take its place causing the cool
ing breezes that are so welcome to all, but when there is in longer
a vast barren desert on which the suns rays may act the breezes
that made Los Angeles so pleasant may be diminished to such an
extent that the climatic conditions may be changed. This is what
seems to be feared by many in that city. Never before has an
irrigating ditch gotten so completely beyoni control that it has
not only dried up a mighty river but has flooded thousands of
acres but that is just what has taken place in Southern California
and in spite too of the most heroic efforts of able men of unlimited
camtal. It remains vet to be seen whether or not the changed
conditions will prove a blessing or a curse
sonal invitations to representatives
of the press in Wiishinj;tim and nc
corded thorn cvvrv pri' ilego for
observing tho creinonv. Special
cards were issued to ih nn.
ALICE IN HONOLULU.
Miss Roosevelt made u most favor
able impression in Honolulu during
the few hours that ahe was there.
Landing in the morning, most of the
Taft party were driven directly to
tho Pali where photographs innum
erable were taken. A quick drive
iu was followed by a visit to Honolulu
Plantation where again the inevitable
camera was hard at work. Luncheon
to the whole party was served at the
Royal Hawaiian Hotel and after this
came a run to Waikikl where Miss
Roosevelt was taken surf boating by
A. M. Brown, Mrs. Brown nnd
Sec-etary Taft. This she admittedly
enjoyed better than any part of her
trip und it was only because there
was an informal reception to be dealt
with that she could be persuaded to
give up the sport.
Shf stayed ashore until the last
possible moment and left amid cheers
of those assembled on the wharves.
The question of the presents sent
to Miss Roosevelt and of their cos
tliness has already been discussed at
length. Those of great value run up
into the hundreds, the crowned heads
of Europe aud Asia have all sent
gifts, but in response to the parti
eularrequest ot the President him
self that no especially valuable pre
sents be sent, the diffcredt govern
ments it is understood acceded. In
the case of the French 'government
au exception had to be made. Some
time ago an order was given for the
manufacture of a piece of the famous
Gobelin tapestry. It is of the kind
made only for the French govern
ment on special occasions and is
priceless. It vas sent to Miss Roose
velt by Ambassador Jusserand and
under the circumstances was ac
cepted. The Emperor of German-
sent a magnificent bracelet but the
nature of King Eward's present has
not yet been made public. The Cuban
people have sent a splendid pearl
necklace as testimony of their re-gard.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. I
fiUYS AND SELLS- REAL ESTATE. STOCKS BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on applicant
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED " ;
HONOLULU, HAWAII P. O. Bo
Worry about that
lunch or dinner
when you can get .
ithe very chociest
. line of canned floods,
WAILUKU CASH STORE.
H. F. WICHMAN &CO., Ltd.
An Old Land Mark gone. .
to see the actuil ceremony which
look place ill the East Room at high
This plan, was for awhile dropped,
but finally the number of invitations
issued increased by degrees to 4700.
Of course large numbers of these are
invitations of courtesy to people far
velt aud Mr. Longworth, the Presi
dent and Mrs. Roosevelt sent per-
W. T. Robinson is having another
residence building erected on Main
Street just above the one erected
for Mr. E. H. Davis which will cover
the spot on which the large Pounce
annaregia tree stood iu the Vindsor
Under this tree a platform was
erected some jerrs ago and many an
open air concert aud dunce was en
joyed there. The tree was probably
the prettiest on Maul and . while for
seutimental reasons many will re
grett to see the tree destroyed all
acknowledge that Wailuku needs
residences far more than shade trees
and as Mr. Robinson has shown a
progressive spirit by building several
residences and business houses others
should follow bis lead. All of the
buildings erected by Mr. Robinson
are a credit to him and an ornament
to the town. . The one being erected
will be one of the prettiest residences
here. It will be occupied by Dr. R.
W. J, Moody is the contractor and
I will rush the work lo completion.
Scie n 1 1 fi c and
all our work, anc
the materials wi
use in manijfa.'t-
ure are tbj
that can ll
If you are troubled witn your eyes wiite to us immediately aud
will give you the benefit of our scientific knowledge aiid experienc
II. F. WICHMAN & CO. Ltd. ManvioetuZrtUt t
1042-1050 Fort St., HONOLULU. J
DR. JOHN GODDARD in charge.
Grants Licence without
A suit has been field in the Cir
cuit Court of the second Circuit by
Somi Ewata praying for a decree An
nulling the marriage of herself aud
ChugnoEwata on the ground that at
Lahaiua Maui T: H. the libellee and
libel lant were tn form married on the
sixteenth day of June A. D. 1900 by
one D. Kahauleho. That on said six
teenth of June A. D. 1900 and
prior to the performance of b'aid
pretended Ceremony of marriage be
tween libellant and libellee as above
set forth by said D. Kahaulelio, the
said Kahauleleio issued to the said
libellant and libellee a pretended
marriage license, whicn said license
purported to authorize the marriage
between the parties and that for a
long time prior there ty and for a
long time subsequent thereto that
D. Kahaulelio was not an agent duly
appointed to gfant'tnarrias"
within the Territory of Ha
The petition prays for a
the Lourt annulling the
and for such other relij
Court mav deem just.
The decree if granted wil'
many people who suppose thei
legally man led as it is unui
that many people have sr
'icenses from the same party
as a matter of fact he wi
authorized to grant them.
Sfime 3fableZfahului Slairoad Company
' The land policy There seems tp be much dissatisfaction
nf Hawaii. with the present system of disposing of
government land and many just causes of complaint.
Hawaii leads the eroup in its condemnation of the attitude of the
policy and it seems to be now that Kauoi has grounds for feelin
about the same way about the matter.
The local conditions are such that it requires almost superhuman
grit for a person of average intelligence who is acquainted with
conditions to undertake the development of a small farm and it
6eems to us that all who will should be encouraged to try their
handd at the eame instead of throwing around the" struggling
home builder such stumbling blocks that it verges on Ihe impos
sible. Another item of no small importance is the injustice of giv
ing government lands to the Molokans in preference to those who
have toiled here for years and wish to take up lands and develop
them. In all fairness they should at least be given equal consider
ation if not the preference.
There are many Portugese who would gladly try the experiment
if civen ai opportunity and us they have proven themselves the
.most industrious and in every way tho best labor we have import
ed ther should he sriven the same oppoi tun ty to accquire land;
by Sfe accorded to strangers.
K ah ul ui
P & P
KLeiHuluI Railroad Company
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San Fraucisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
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Thumping the keys of t
is not musie, and putting
6ively various lenses bel
eyes is not an examinatio
though certain improver
vision are obtained."-
Anybody can test you'i
you can do it yourself, 1 J
scientific use of lenses il
something more than i
Few can examine eyesS indlo
it intelligently and satis! tetoly
quite a difference betw lib te-
tests and eye examinatioi id
that fact ever occur to yo
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