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In efTect January 1, 1903.
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Inns 011 Foot Onre More for n
diiotlon of Armaments.
Home, May 5. A movement is
on foot looking to n simultaneous
reduction of armaments by all
The proposed reduction in the
armies and navies of Europe has
been discussed during the visit here
of King Edward, of England, and
Emperor William, of Germany.
It is now the plan to induce
England to take the initiative and
call a congress of the nations to
bring auout the agreement for par
,In the "Cathblic World" of
August, 1899, there appeared a
story, to the effect that the idea of
a Peace Conference at The Hague
originated with Pope Leo, and that
the Czar took it up later and se
cured all the glory of the sugges-j
tion. Whether or not this he true
it is singular at this time, imme
diately after a visit from King
Edward of England and during a
visit from the Emperor of Germany,
that a. dispatch should come from
Rome hinting at a reduction of
armaments and suggesting that
Great Britain take the initiative in
When Nicholas II was crowned
Czar of Russia eight years ago it is
alleged that one of the Pope's rep
resentatives at the coronation was
charged with a secret mission which
was to convey a proposal to the
Czar that he should take advantage
of the inauguration of his reign to
publicly and solemnly call upon all
of the nations ot Europe to join
hands in an effort for peace and
social well-being, and as a first step
thereto to begin a reduction in their
costly armaments and military or
ganizations. The young Czar is
said to have, taken up this idea en
thusiastically. The "Catholic World" then says
that the troubles in Crete and the
Spanish-American war deterred the
Czar from taking action for a time,
but when he did so the curious
part of the procesding was thai the
Pope was not represented at the
conference, and the same journal
declares that this failure to include
the papal representatives at the
conference was mainly the reason
why the conference failed to agree
But now, with threatened war
over Manchuria, a struggle in prog
ress in Turkey, and all European
powers increasing their navies, the
suggestion emanates from Italy.
'This time Great Britain is asked to
do the leading. The inference
might be drawn that the Pope had
sounded King Edward concerning
the scheme and that his conference
with Emperor William tended to
the bringiug about of a second dis
armament plan, giving credit to the
'World's" story of the Hague
meeting, which has been usually
attributed to the Czar.
MA YOU FOUND (UIll.TY.
Ofllclnl House (Jlrnuliiir In Mliiiionp
oils Results In Many Convictions
Minneapolis, May 7. Former
Mayor Ames, despite his plea of in
sanity, was found guilty today of
bribery in connection with his man
agement of the city government.
The grand jury indicted Amesi
last July, but he had previously
been informed of their intentions"
and escaped from the city. He
was only recently recaptured in
New Hampshire. During his trial
Ames made the plea of insanity,
claiming that his grandfather was
insane and that he also had a brother
in an insane asylum.
The story of Ames' career as
Mayor of Minneapolis furnishes one
of the most remarkable cases of!
municipal corruption that a grand
jury lias ever brotiglit to ugni.
Immediately upon his election as
Mayor he organized a "cabinet."
This "cabinet" was composed of
rascals and they immediately started
to turn things loose in Minneapolis.
Every kind of vice in the city was
run for the benefit of Ames and his
pals. All vice had to be committed
under the auspices of the "cabinet,"
and the greater proportion of the
spoils of the infamy was turned,
throdgh various people, into the
pockets of Ames and his friends.
It was then divided up. One mem
ber of the "cabinet" had charge of
immoral joints, another licensed the
gamblers, another took charge of
the saloons, another the bunko
men, and others had charge of
gangs of thieves and cutthroats of
all discriptions. These were the
people who composed the Mayor's
Detective Norbeck had charge of
the confidence men. His part in
the wholesale loot of the city was
in "throwing scares into trimmed
suckers." His chief, "King," an
ex-gambler, directed the work of
the criminals. The Chief of Police,
Fitchettc, known as "Coffee John,"
ran a joint and sold places on the
police force, ousting men who could
not be depended upon to assist in
committing crime. Brackett, a
captain and detective, even insti
gated and assisted in the robbing
of a safe. Norbeck was indicted
and sentenced to three years in
prison. Fred Ames, a brother of
the mayor and superintendent of
police, got six and one-half years
in prison. King got three and one
half. "Coffee John" died before
the Minneapolis people had time to
bring him to justice.
And the last, Ames, head of the
cabinet, has been found guilty. He
has a wife who declares that he is
innocent and that a political ring is
responsible for his downfall.
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The only desirable means of reaching
the Volcano. Connections at Mountain
View with stages daily morning trains
going; afternoon trains returning. Fare
from Hilo for the round trip $8. This
route is through Ohm plantation, the
largest In Hawaii, virgin forests of koa
and wild ferns, and through many cofTee
The natural wonders of Puna make
that district the most Interesting spot in
Hawaii. One can spend a most delight
ful day exploring the underground caves,
swimming in the fatuous Hot Springs
and resting on the cool shores of Green
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, food for twenty
fie rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are bold at very
V. II. LAMUF.RT,
Ilrltlslt Mouroe Doctrine.
Loudon, England, May 6. Great
Britain emulating the Ameiican
Mouroe doctrine has proclaimed
that any action by a foreign power
to disturb the status of ownership
in the region of the Persian Gulf
will be regarded as an unfriendly
act. The move on the part of
Great Britain is contemplated as a
barrier to Russia's known desire to
gain an outlet in this section of the
Stanford Dies In Poverty.
New York, May '6. Asa Stan
ford, a brother of the late Leland
Stanford, died here today in poverty.
Little has been heard of Asa
Stanford since he received $100,000
by the will of his brother, man of
millions and philanthropist, who
died some years ago. Leland Stan
ford and his wife endowed the rich
est institution of learning in the
world, and since his death Mrs.
Stanford has made princely gifts to
the university, which is in memory
of their only son, Leland Stan
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Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ORDERS FILLED AT SflORT NOTICE.
Dix Takes Lumber to Maullii.
' Tacoma, Wash., May 5. The
United States transport Dix sailed
today for Manila with a cargo of
lumber, amounting to four million
feet. The supplies are intended
for the construction of-military
posts at various points.
Uulirarlii Calls Upon Itusslu.
Sofia, May 6. The government
has invoked the aid of Russia to se
cure a modification of the Porte's
note. Turkey demands that the
frontier troubles cease and threatens
to hold Bulgaria responsible, so that
the outlook is for a specific declara
tion of war.
Salonica, May 6. A body of
Turkish soldiers invaded the Bul
garian quarter today and killed,
sixty men. There was such dis
turbance created that the city has
been placed under martial law.
Itusslu and China May Agree.
Moscow, May 6. Russian diplo
macy is now being turned toward
the placating of China. It is re
ported that an effort will be made
to frame .a treaty whereby Russia
and China will form an offensive
and defensive alliance. This would
enable Russia to maintain a force in
China for the assistance of her ally
in maintaining order, and also for
the instruction of the Chinese army.
Dyspepsia can be, and is cured by
the use of Pain-Kii.lkk. This is
the most wonderful and valuable
medicine ever known for this dis
ease; its action upon the system is
entirely different from any other
preparation ever known. The pa
tient while taking this medicine
may eat anything the appetite
craves. Avoid substitutes, there is
but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'.
Price 25c. and 50c.
To call your attention to a new collection of
Hawaiian Songs just published by us entitled
"SONGS OF HAWAII"
This collection contains a number of old Songs
and Hulas never previously published. This
bqok is beautifully illustrated. Price $1.50
postpaid. Order direct of the
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