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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
Vol. X. No. 1829.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. MAY 1, 1901.
Pjuoe 5 Cents.
IN INT flSfll
Four Senators Elected
For Four Year
J. T. BROWN, KAOHI, KAIIIE
AND WHITE THE MEN
Three More to be Elected This After-
noon Emmeluth Talks on
the Work of
At tli Joint session of the Senate nil J
House of Representatives this fonv
uoon, the following Senators vvcr
chosen to serve for tho four year term
us rrorlileil by the Organic Act:
John T. Urown. Klrst Senatorial DIs
J. R. Kaohl. First Senatorial District.
S. n. Kalue, Second Senatorial Dis
Wm. White, Second Senaturlal Dl'
.-Ac, the work lu connection with tho
election of these was not finished until
at lev 2. So o'clock, the Joint session
took a itcess until 2 o'clock, when th
i retaining Senators will be chosen.
When 'he Joint session met In tho
hall of the House of Representatives
, this morning. It wis found that thcro
.were Just :vo or three ovei a quorum
so that It was possible to en fry on bust.
miss. On celling the roll It wns found
that. besides the Republican Senators,
Dr. Ruasel was absent. It was also
, found that Kelkl an I Aylctt of the
Republican party were present In tho
lici t. However, this did not last long
something happened to tho two native
Republicans and they silently slipped
nuny. Resides the Republicans of the
House, th- following Home Rulers
were absent: Ewallko. Kckaula, Kclll
koa. M.ikekau and Nalllma..
The concurrent resolution calling to
gether the Joint session, was read and
then the fun began.
Mr. Kanlho proposed the name of
John T. Urown as Senator for the term
of four v..irs. from tho Klrst Senator
Mai DIstilct. This was .seconded by Mr.
Mossman and the vote being tuken.
Mood aye 21 and noes 1. Mr. Knnuha
oted In the negative.
Mr. Haaheo nominated Mr. J. B. Ka
ohl for the four year term from tho
Vlrst Senatorial District, and Mr.. Ka
nulla seconded the motion. There wns
a unanimous vote of 21 In favoi of Mr.
The next name wns that of S. E.
Kalue. Mr, Prendergnst nominated
Mr. Knlue for the four enr term from
the Second Senatorial District and Mr.
Vossman seconded tho motion. The
result w:.s a unanimous vote of 23 for
Mr. Kalue. .
It was at this point that Mr. Kanuhn
nominated Dr. Russel for tho four year
term and Mr. Emmeluth stood up to
speak his mind on tho subject of the
nominations. He said that tho Sena
tms from each Island rbould bo voted
on separately, the ones recelvlnR tho
highest votes taking tho seats. He ac
cusal the Senate of being derelict In
Its duty to tho people In withholding
fiom-octlon soveral Important matters.
'. The people had elected the Scnato
nr. had .their rights defeated. Mcns
mee hell', vital to the life blood of the
people had been withheld measures
that would have filled the; calabash of
every Aorklng Hawaiian In tho land.
Thcie had been faithlessness to the
pledgee, the party and tho people on
the part ol some of tho members of tho
Senate. In concluding his speech Mr.
Emmeluth moved for r. recess. This
was seioniled by Mr. Kanulia nnd lost.
Mr. Emmeluth then sr.ld that ho did
not cave vvhether the candidates put
up for the fnur year term were Repub
licans. Home Rulers or Democrats.
If thov had dnno their work for the
good rf the people during the. present
W r vv'sh t arnvunce to the
ph'lftha b Ihft'rmsnf
a contract just slgtud, the
ELECTRIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
v , b ImmMlatetvextriid'd
r 4h ll-ge HI K follnvv
i the line ot our in. In boul
evarJ. r, ntrucllpn w'll begin AT
'"NCB, anJ the rmd will be
In nreratlon within fojr
months, giving a 20-
session of the Legislature, he would
vote for them.
Mr, Kunuldt nominated Dr. Russel
for tho four year term from the l'ourtli
Senatorial District and Mr. Makalnal
seconded the motion. Tho chair rilled
this out of order, as tho apportionment
of Senators for the Klrst District had
all raily been completed, ,
Mr. Emmeluth moveii that the Sena
tors be voted on by Islands, the total
number of Senatois to be Included In
erch vote nnd the ono receiving the
highest voto to be the one elected.
This wns seconded by Mr . Makekau.
The chair ruled this out of order.
Mr. Kanulia nominated Mr. Raldwln
for the Second Scnatotlal District. Sec
onded by Mr. Makalnal. The vote was
overwhelmingly against Mr. Raldwln.
Ayes 3 nnd noes 21.
Mr. Knulmakaolo nominated Mr.
White. Seconded by Mr. Mossman.
The vote stood 22 for nnd 1 against,
Mr. Kanulia voting .10. Mr. Ucckley
changing his vote from no to aye and
Mr. Haaheo changing his vote of "ka
nnltm" (In doubt) to aye.
The chair declared tbnt 23 votes was
not a quorum of all the members of the
Senate and House and therefore, there
was no election.
Mr. White appealed from the ruling
of the chair and this was seconded by
Mr. Kanlho. The decision of the chair
was overruled but President Kalue
stated that he wished tn have his ruling!
noted and his reasons for making such '
ruling, noted In the Journal. However, 1
ht would declare Mr. Whlto elected, at-
inline m the vote of the iolnt ses-
At 12:10 o'clock the motion to take
a recess until 2 o'clock, was made by ?S the 'TcM of the Unlt'cd Sta.c
Mr. Prcndergast and carried. uii..vnr nnrt cm l.ehnlf of tho mer.i-
PllH HAVE 01
T. A. Slattery, president of the Jour
neymen Plumbers' Asoclatlon was ieen
lit the headquarters of the plumbers,
this morning by a llullctlu reporter.
Mr. Slattery gaxc a, frank and clear
statement of the prwtltlnn , taken by
the plumbers In the present crisis. He
anva thnt tlie men must haie S6 ner
day. This rale of wasos. he claims. Is
only fair to all rartles. "The cnndl-
tlons under which plumbers work In
Honolulu," said Mr, Slattery. nie very
had; The health of tbo men Is con
stantly Jeopardized ,by. tbo unsanitary
places In which they work. It 'Is said
In some of the papers Hint wo get more
wages than any other tlass of mechan
ics, t refer you to wages paid to
bricklayers nnd plasterers. . They re
ceive moro than we do and their work
Is clean and easy compared with ours.
"The fact Is a man cannot retain his
health.in this climate, working around
the cess'pools whlrhlnfest this town.
Thero are a number .ofour men who
hnvo contracted blood poison' from tho
illth In which they .to compelled tn
work. The wagc paid nro not so good
that we can afford to take very long
v.irntlonn In the hospltnl.
"Six dollars here. Is no better than
four dollars In Sun Francisco. In Se
attle plumbers get $1.30, hi Dutte. $:..30,
nnd In Cripple Creek. $0 per day. They
are the pooiest paid mechanics In Ho
nolulu. 1 do not believe tho Honolulu
public will object In paying us the
wages we ask for. The master plumb
ers will find thai, wo meant what wo
said when we asked for nn extra dollar
th the day,
"I do not know how many of thn
boys quit work today." Said tho presi
dent. "Wo will hnve a meeting at 2
o'clock and call tho roll."
Tho master plumbers s-iy through
their officers that they will not concede
the demands mode. Tho prospect Is
good for a cessation of nil plumbing
for an Indefinite tlmo.
When tbo message of tho Senate glv
kg tho action on the Governor's ap
pointments was received In Executive
Council yesterday, T. F. Lansing who
failed of confirmation as treasurer,
stated that ho considered tho action of
the Senate as final. This view of the
situation was also taken by Superin
tendent of Public Woiks McCandless
and Land Commissioner Urown. whose
I appointments were not ncceptru uy tne
The position taken by those lejected
by tho Senate Is that It would be um
wise, and IranoJItlc to think of u re
appointment, and they would not cm
barnss tho administration by seeking
ONE LONE REPUBLICAN
Tho House convened nt 10:30 this
morning, and read tho minutes of the
previous day. Rut one Republican was
pir6ent. Aylett being the man.
Immediately after rending tho min
utes tho House went Into recess until
the Senators should arrive for the Joint
Mr. Oliver Ilalnbrldgo, M. A.. Oxon.,
will i.ppcnr on Friday ivnlng under
'be auspices pf the V. M. C. A, lu n
Lllght. veisatlle reclrnl -iSblsled by Mis.
Balnhrldgo, who U n .-jmnrktbl- young
iiiUfielan and who U-u appeared with
many present day masters; sho hns the
highest certificates from thn Royal
Academy of Music and Tilnlty College,
London. 'Mr. Rnlnbrldge Is a man of
many parts and plays each with ac-
riistnnicd ease. An evening with this
rlever couplo should not be omitted.
Tickers may be had from Wall, Nichols
& Co, ami tho V. M. C. A.
ASK filfY TO
REMOVE I. Hill
Sweeping Resolution is
Passed by House
AND SENATE CONCURS
AT TO-DAY'S SESSION
Administration' of Chief Executive is
Arraigned in Severe Terms-Removal
From Office Will
The following concurrent resolution ,
calling for Oovernor Doles removal
from ofllce was pass3d by the Home
last evening and concurred In by tin:
Senate at Its session this morning:
Resolved, Tliai me rresiueni oi mo
S l-f.tc and the Speaker pf tho 111. o
oi Representatives bo Inftrnm ' to
.,"B,""?u"l" " "'."
!.. thl. ll.n Aral T Afrlalntiirn nf
IJV1B Ml HUB, .; I ...f,.o.w.... w
the Territory of Hawaii, wo extend
tn you, and through you to tho people
of the United States, most heartfelt
and sincere greetings. Alohn mil oe.
Tho Initial session of this Legisla
ture rloes this day by limitation.
Tho Oovernor wns requested and re
fused to extend tho samo through the
thirty days additional permitted lijr
thl Organic Act. thereby preventing
th romnfi'tlnn of much nedd lecls
lntlon. to wlilch his attention was
called by n resolution embodvlng tho
rctiuest. A copy of this resolution
, nnd his nnswor thereto nro attached
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We cannot allow to pass unchal
lenged the Imputation of unfaithful
ness to tho high trust placed In us by
our constituents, which Is contnlncd
In tho renlv of tho Oovernor. Tnis
Is the first Legislature of these Islands the matter, that in a newly organized
elected under manhood suffrngo and Territory whero taxes must be doulil
educational niialincatlons for electors, ed. sixty days Is not long enough to
Heretofore tho voting prlvllcgo has glvo to tho study of plnns for the re
been hedged about with nropcrtv- adjusting of any adequate system of
qualifications, nut by the liberality taxation.
of the American people in tho Organic Much tlmo was spent In the consld
Act our rights as men were recogniz- erntlon of tempernnco legislation,
ed. Wo do not wish to build up hero which, feeling, has caused deep regret
clnss privileges by preventing a mn-
lorltv of the sons of the soli from
tnklng an active part In tho affairs
of State. Under the Provisional Gov
ernment nnd tho Republlo this rule
did not prevail. In proof of thin we
nnml nnlv tn reeltn the fact thnt nt
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tile Inst general election miner ine
Rcnublle of Hawaii. In lSOS, tho total
number of votes cast was onlv
r.'htln at the first Territorial election
the voters numbered The verv
natural result of such an accession of
vcten wns tn brlns to the LenlsUiture
a malorltv nf members who. however
otherwise qunliried. had but little ex
nrlence In the actual work of legis
lation, nnd such ns did have the ex
netlenre wcro handicapped with n
line of thourht and action based on
'he restricted conditions: of tho pnst
This made doulilv difficult tho task
nf formulating plnns for the lcclsln.
tlon necessary to readlust the local
conditions to tho political changes
which bad ennio tn tho Islands. To
the mnv bo added that a malorlty
of the legislators enmo to their duties
nreludlccd acalnst the Governor on
bis record for the previous seven
vesrs. Tho Governor either utterly
failed to comprehend tho.chnnges In
government contemplated bv the
terms of the Orgnnlc Act or Ignored
tliem 111 lllS meSSBCe tO tho Leclsln-
turr. proposing In their stead dual
conditions, not onlv thoroughly nn-
American In principle, hut entirely VeatPl. jrendeied.
misleading as well, resulting In con-' g0 m,lc, rPlmlns to bo dnno, that Miss Violet Jones was crowned tho
fusion of mind to a largo number of W(1 ,,,,! t0 ymii Mr. President, us ti,8l May Queen of 'Honolulu. Sho be
our memberahlp. Tho Governor tho (h)cf ,,xr.(tvo nf nur common longs to Kiilulanl School.
r, IS"': J K'18'?!. . rcl,5f ,c,1i- ?5"I5a
nf hostility to tho Legislature. Its
proceedings havo been marred and tho
temoer or us meni icrH rumen nv n
fint refusal on his pnit to yield to
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theml Information concernlim the pro
ceedlnes of his executive council In
eluding ltd records, which contnlncd
tbo legislation of that hodv during
thn period follnvvlng the rnlslng of
thn American flag on August 12th
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J .n ni
:.n v :.:::, :
He tamts." etc.. .IctrTinenial to the fu- '" . ' S& " these M- """ '" 1'"0" tne groaning ta
turn of this community, agreements of ,, nr,nr , t)ier nnnnxatnn ,,y ti,e hies: I.IKI bottles of soda water had
n charnctcr Hint would renudlato and ,tntPll stntes. Wo objected to this, been sizzling on Ice lu the shade all
trnmnlo upon tho progressive snlrlt of Wo want n Knvprnmcnt 0f tho people ' morning: several barrels of lemonadn
our tlmo. The combination of these, , b pnnpn , j,a(1 sparkled for two hours In lloatlng
nr.ro,,nt for tho absence of substantial
i-iri'iiiiisiniii'-n, nin.iiii i. ni" ""'' :
results In thn work of tho earlier part
of tho session,
Tho Imputation thnt our labors have
not been for th' good nf this country
nur native land, wo denv When In
its wisdom tho Congress nf tho United
Stntes. with vour approval, granted to
ni'r cnuetrv nnd nsople the protection
-f th Cntltutlon and tnnk Hawaii
letn the J"lon. somo nf us wero at
first unwilling tn accept It. for nnf
Fatherland was dar to us. As thn
full mennlng of the change dnwned
oi us and wo saw tun consummation
of that Justice and Equality for which
wn had "striven lhrniih sevn vea'S
nf travlil fnr that Fathorland. was to
bo flnallv given us thromsli thi suff.
men prescribed bv the Orgnnlc Act.
wo relented, became Americans and
turned nnr nvns to thn fulfillment nl
"lie pininiscs neni fi"i im inn immi'
tutlnn nf the United Stntes nnd In tho
nnnllrntlon of tho customs of our
In thn first Territorial enmnnlcn
tho thieo pnitlcs represented declared
In their platforms for tho full measuro
lot Americanism, local self rule mu
nicipal and county government nnd
the modernization of our governmental
methods, as under present "conditions
the people of this Territory 3o not
elect a single ollklnt, not even a con-j
stablo or n school ttustee. It wns tho
prospect of such a future that prompt
ed tho Hawnllans to mnke an active I
rnnvnaa fnr ITnmn Tlnla. Tloanlt thr. i
task Involved In framing a tnensuM ,
to glvo our Territory local govern
ment this work was done. The- coun
ty bill was Introduced In tho House
finally pnsscd tho Senate and now
nwnlts the signature of the Oovernor. '
Ono of the most engrossing tasks I
of tho many set for the members oV
this Lcglslatuio by the changes Into
which we nro moving forwnrd, Is thnl
of taxation, which has received earn-
est consiiicration. in ine oiuer states
nnd Territories this subject of taxa
tion hns claimed tho best thought of
tho brightest men living there. Wa
arc compelled to face the elimina
tion from our revenues of the cm
toms nnd postal receipts, thus creat
ing the necessity for Incrcillng our
tax returns by moi than a mllllot.
dollars. The question was an Impor
tant ono and our committees have
worked unccnslnglv to formulate
legislation which wmi'd yield n Just
distribution of tne; ovir ell our In
dustrles so that the welKht should
not be felt unduly by anyone of them.
It it i" it ii it it it it it it fr it it it it it
Judge Hiiinphieys states that he will
Issue a enlre directed to Ralllff C. A.
K. Hopkins to summon a grand Jury In
a few days to Investigate the charges
nh bribes made by the aovernor
ugalnst members of the Legislature.
L'nder the "Dalllff Att" Just passed,
the bailiffs have the power of sheriffs blage on the. Fourth of March.
In serving and executing nn" and all I The steps and portico?! of the Capl
process Issued by the Circuit Judges, or , tol were packed with spectators. The
Issuing out of their courts. grounds were crowded with throngs.
v.iititiitisaatnm i attaint a a
That no measure tatls.'actory to nil
those engaged In rrumlng such laws
wag drnwn can be attributed only to
the fuel that varied Interests necessi
tated much study of local conditions
nnd a satisfactory b.tsli for the dll
f.on of the burden has not et been
reached by tho Legislature. We feel
that In this community the questions
uf tnxatlon are deemed so Important
thnt n special totnmlsslon should be
provided by the Legislature to study
to too oesi elements oi our peopie.
Tho Governor tninuteti to us lack of
effort to lay broad foundations for the
future. A glnnco at tin. measures
which have taken moro than their till-
tl.il steps In either- house, and to,
whit h vvc hnve railed his attention
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win miuw iiu jnm.ii uia n-uu; imn
Win wo be cntled les than humnn
In thnt wo spent our first hours of
official life In trying tn brenk down
tho class distinctions In which nn oli
garchy had entrenched Itself, an oil
gnrchy which Ignores the conditions
contemplated by the Organic Act. Woi
hnve no aim but tn rench the same
fieednm enjoyed by every man who
looks to our starry flag as tho token
of his liberty.
T-t... inn.lt ana .iinfrnnlllirr .In. Trtr.
hI...h.. 1... vm.an.i ..F . 1, n -nnlflnua ,.l
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low, Irresponsible, uneducated nnd
Impecunious class of assisted Imml -
L-rnntH. who urn deslcned to be and
nro Imported for tbo purposo of nerv -
Ing ns common laborers nt a low wage
for ncrlculturul curnnrnttons. nnd who
,- pmttlcally deprived of their lib-
orty an, milikct to sovero discipline
lintn they reach tho plantations for
h, they are destined, n policy
vj,lcli is still running Its mnd course,
n,..ll. ... .nrlmu nttnnllnn nf vnnr.
g(,f nm congress In whom ulono tho
i,(vorn to reKUlnto such matters are
country, for relief which Is denied usi Th(, mon pxcHlcntly arranged pro
here, by the. one who asperses our t an t.n,, , tno Joy and
chnra.tcn. aid Imnugns nur ove. tadnM1, of evr.ry rM ,tIioo1 c,lld. all
WffiSr il.'S 1- 0! whom bad failed tn keep one eye
ll'lllll'lt, VB lliaillllMll ttl' mm piiunii
-.! 1 Ul.,..,. .1,,,, 1, la ,.nt In l.nr.
inony with Amerlrnn Ideas, first of
Wnl Kidr-riilo. second, nf fair play.
The blstorv of every new Territory
tells of struggles to rench n fair basis
for tho future and such a request as
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b Just and shoulil liavo ueen gran e.i.
' '''?.v ' rw.p"r?B",8ioo sandwiches h..i bee.. u
v nrnv therefore tnnt you vvi I
irst. direct that we bo given surn
tlmn ns Is nltnwed bv the Orgnnlc
Act for tho nuiposoi of genoral legis
lation. Wo knnw thnt It Is n mntter
outside nf vnur rcnl ".nhere, vet a
suggestlnn from you will be sufficient
tn accomplish thn end: second. If this
Is not feasible, h"t "mi rrmovs frnm
high onco S"fnrd Rnllnrd Dol,
rjnvernor of tho T-rrltorv o
OI) , rol,n,,R ,imt MR nctl
tsklng thnt high trust from vou hnve
bnn such ns tn lnsn for him thn con
Oilepo nf a mn'''-lt"' of tho nenpin rf
Um Tenltnrv: thnt ho his not their
l)i Interests nt heni-t: that ho bn
subverted thi tiHiiclnle of American
pnvernnient to the service nf n class
, PKton(, nf fnr , eon,i of t)ln ,v),0lo
nrnl)I. ,!. t,nt llo , xrvinr t tike
,mm ,t8 rK)ltfllI 0 --., to Pvo tn a
fov, , hnrtnK of n,n pcnplo.
Ropilttltur hns liren filed In tho suit
nf Tlmmns M. Harrison vs. 1. A Ma
pnnn et nl In accordance with the do
rlolon of the Supicmo Com t.
Rjllnrl! I II h f ISui
lilllli'jll HID dllW,
MqV DV FptlVPll flfllk
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Forth a Great
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IMPRESSIVE SCENE AT
THE CAPITOL GROUNDS
Four Thonsand Pupils Are in Line
Garlands, Banners, Flowers and
Feasting Make Many
The n.archlng of 4000 school
drcn In ho1lda. n(tlr bearing
nets and wreaths of doners and lears
Is a more Impresshe sight than most
people thought it would be. The fete
l at the Capitol grounds this morning
nns witnessed by mnnv thousand pro.
Pie. They knew there was to be a
May pole dunce and a picnic In tho
shade with baskets of good things to
eat. They did not know that they were
going to witness a crowd as Impressive
In size and as eager to see nil that
transpired, as a Washington assem-
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The decorations were i.o brighter than
fie costumes of the people and their
Then came the children, n pel feet
army, singing nnd waving b.inneis
nnd (lowers. They came In companies, the hoi'ke Just In time, nnd grasplns
and rcglmem... The faithful trarhersjthc hi Idle biougbt It tn n standstill.
mniched alongside, entering the Uttls,
ones and keeping them In line. The.
ciowds which line thn roadway cheer
ed nnd rang with npp itu.e as the caval
cade of children poured by.
Governor Dole was 111 and could not
lc present at the review. This pleas
ure fell to Superintendent Atkinson.
The Capitol steps were used .-s a re
viewing stand. The Superintendent
nnd Mrs. Atkinson. Prof. Alexander
and Prof. Gibson, formed, the review-
fng party. The legions of children
I marched In at the King street gate and
' passed the stand In excellent form,
The Hawaiian band stood at one side
and the feet of the chll Iren moved with
( i martini spirit.
The first to approach were the kin
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pnnles of Hawaiian chlldreni Chinese, by the clerk and adopted after Dr. Rus
tots In platoons and Japanese Jewels tel had spoken for abJilt ten mluutej
In companies. Giy ribbons attached
to loft standards fluttered In the wind
and the panorama started. The neat
uniforms of the Kamchameha bos
i gave this school distinction. They
were led by their own lnmi aim
nnrched around the (.rounds with a
rlnsh and energy and rattle nf drum
, ,,,, , ,,,,. .. ,. ,rpI1,nr f i..n,
,,,. ,tn pmllpca ti.-.nnr:unn nf chll-
drcn filed by In fours, It was Impossible j
to note the Individual features deserv.
Ii of prnlse nnd special mention. It
'was the nltogetber Imprcsslveniss nf
the moving, singing multitude of thll-
ldren that Insplted every one on thn
, ginunds and filled tho hearts nf pa
tents nnd teachers with delight.
I The different schools marched In
I older to their stations about the May
'pole and fonued nn ellipse. Police
I men kept back the surging people who,
j Dressing forward, threatened to tram
! fl- the smnller folks. When nil wcro
In position the Interesting program wns
I The m excellrmir arranged pro
Oil t 10 IllOVeinelllS III IIIO IIIUCII UllllCS
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'even when the May Queen was being
Imnresstvety crowned. Mrs. C. L.
, Crabbe, with an aimy of assistants,
, im,i tiofn slicing bread, cutting cake,
nj.ic-nillnK jurn nnd mixing lemonade all
morning, nix iiiinun-u um u.i nu
hfwe(, ,, I)w(.g nf ,hp ,,,,, ,,ZP.
The nrmy of children took these
supplies by storm. Mrs. Crabbe had
the able assistant a of thn following
ladles lu serving tho hungry, thirsty
horde: Mrs, F. S. Dodgo. Mrs. Thco.
Hofmann, Mrs. W, II. Townsend, Mrs.
Lnt'ed. Mis. E. W. Jordan. Mrs. Me.
Jnnthy, Mis. E. O. King. Mrs. A. C.
Pferdner. Mrs. Augur, Mrs. J. W.
Jones, Mrs. Hurt, Mrs, Pchuiiinii, Mrs.
Walciliouso, Miss Holies, Miss Llsh
man. Mis. Wm. Llslim.ui, Mrs, T. Davis
Mis. O. L. Pcaison. nrd n great ninny
others whose names could not be se
cured. Tliexo ladles worked like tro
Jans to feed the multltiido nnd tnc-
cceiled admirably. Tho lemonadn tanks
were presided over by Miss Newcomb,
Miss Hall, Miss Sclnefir. Mrs. Itay
ner. Misses Wlddlflrld, Miss Siott, Miss
Paris nnd Miss Johnson. While car
rying an arm load of soda water bottles
nnd ii tray of sandwiches. Mrs. Crabbe
paused long enough o say n good word
for every woman thnt had lulptd in
the work and to mention tho names of
all the business men who had glvrji.
n'oney nnd provisions to help the feast '
I along. There were so many that tho
reporter remembered no names except
the Star Soda Works the Consolidated
Soda Works and Honolulu Soda Works
which gate from 36 dozen to 100 dozen
Tho decorations of the band stand,
nnd the settings for the May Pole
dance were of bunting and the vari
colored foliage of the bOugaiWllcq,, .
The Riiciess of the great May Day
fete Is duo to the good work of tho City
mpmetnent Circle of the Kllohana
Art league, under the auspices of
which It was given. W. W. Hall. Mrs.
William Montrose Ornhnm. and W. R.
Castle. Jr.. composed the executive,
Great credit Is due the following per.
sons who "served on various commit
tees. Program W. R. Castle. Mrs. A. B.
Tucker. Ml.is 1. Pope, Captain 11. Der
ger. E. A. P. Ncn-conii).
Finance Miss Anna Pails.
Refreshments Mis. C. L. Crabbe.
Music Mis. A. U. Tucker. Captain H.
Grounds E. A. P. NVncomb, 1. His
tins, Captain II. Rerger.
Flower Miss 1. Pope. Mrs. 11. Loift
Decorating Miss Marie von Unit.
Mrs. J. W. Corlle. Mrs. A. W. Pearson,
Mrs. It. J. Campbell.
Mn Pole Dancing Mrs. Wood.
Manner n. A. P. New comb. .Miss
Newcnmb. II. S. Townsend.
Transportation Miss S. Newcomb,
Mrs. W. M. Ornham.
The oppressive heat of the day prov
ed too much for somo of the little ones,
At least half n dozen of the children
fainted away from the stinln. One or
two women also succumbed and were
removed In hacks.
A serious accident was averted onlv
by tho prompt nnd energetlr action of
Professor Ilallescyns. Instructor of nut.
sic at Oahu College. A hack was
standing near the innukn gate of the
Capitol. Just as the Puliation Prepara
tory children weie passing by. At that
moment the music struck up frighten
ing the horse so that It rushed Into the
ciowd of children. The professor saw
There was but little done In the Pen
te this forenoon. The Independents
wero all In their plr-es but there was
k woful lack of Republicans. Tho mi
nority what Mr. Carter has called the
hopeless minority were nbsent.' al
though Mr. Crabbe, froii force of habit
was on the outskirts.
The concurient resolution of Mr.
Ucckley. addressed to the Piesldent of
the Flitted States and calling for the
resignation of Oovernor Dole, wns read
on the matter.
The doctor from Olan said flint, dur
ing his nine ars' stay lu the rnuntiy,
tho government had been n pretty rot
ten ship, with the mn-lilnery nil out of
order nnd leaking nil over. He stated
thnt this dimngo could not bo changed
by changing the ciew but by legisla
tion. Ho had brought forth several
hills which had for their end tho up.
llfilng nf the country, from the mlie In-
tc wliKb It had sunk but all tlic" had
been kilted Now. the Independent
party had put thieo I cads nf depart
ments mid the Hoard of Health out of
oitlrc and It wns thought that this
would effect n change. Dr. Russel said
that such nn Idea was preposterous.
He Intended to keep silent on the reso
lution nnd this he did.
At this point, tho Senate took a re
wss until 2 o'clock In order to bo able
tn meet the Hoiiie In Iolnt session.
Another case of suspected smallpox
has broken nut on Kauai. This time
It Is on Wnlmea plantation, As the
first caso this one Is also a Porto Rl
can. Drs. S.uulow and Wilkinson havo
quarantined the rase. The fiist cas.i
reported nt Llhue Is fast recovering.
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