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Vol. X. No. 1832.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. 8ATURDAY. MAY 4. 1901.
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Boyd and Wright Are
Given Their Com
missions. AS HEADS OF PUBLIC
WORK AND TREASURY
Decision Arrived at This Morning
After a Conference With
W. 0. Smith Hassinger
' Being Considered.
After a lone conference with W. O.
Smith this morning, Governor Dole de
cided to offer the post of Superinten
dent of Public Works to Col. James II.
Uovd and that of Treasurer to Wm. II.
Wright, the two being the choice of
both the Republican nnJ Independent
Homo Utile parties for the positions
named. Col. Bojd and Mr. Wright
wero communicated with Immediately
after the Goemor's determination and
both signified their willingness to ac
cept. Outside of J. A. Hasslnger. thero Is
no man In the Islands who knows more
nbout the working of the ofllce of Su
perintendent of Public Works, (former
ly the Interior Department) thnn Col.
Hoyd. He has virtually grown up In
the oince. being promoted from time
to time for pood Rervl'e until lie now
stands at the very held. He first en
tered the Interior Department on
Maich 1. 1S73. when W. L. Moehonua
was the Minister of the Interior. The
title of colonel was received during the
lelcn of Kins Knlahaua. when Mr.
Hovel was on the personal staff of tho,Cokn nnil h. n88iRtnnt. mi88 jilllo
Hawaiian monaich. Morri8 mil Ronc wnlheo strcnm
Like Col. noj d, Mr. W. H. right is B (h ,he schoo, c,ir,ircn nnd selected
nn Island boy, bom nnd brought up a pncc of ren(iezv0us beyond the bcc
here. He has sen eel under tho govern-om croS8nKi Th0 ground was cleared
mint since September 1, 1893 nnd on , ... ,,, i.ni- wh!i tho children
lhe same date of 1S9S, he was Installed
In the ofllce of the Treasurer as Regis-
trar. His steady attention to business
and his ability in thejimce very soon
gained for him the adnilrnllon nnd ap
preciation of his superiors and his
nanio has eer been kept to tho foro
ns being In lino of promotion. Hoth
Iho rtepuhllcan nnd Independent par-
ties decided on him ns the fit person to
inln fi t ntiitlnir'a nnslfln!!. Mr.
WrighrfU'aredat;, U,e onerous,
dutlcs.'hat now devolve upon him for.
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Ilnlletln leportvr and congratulated, he
Mid- ."You must also extend jourl
Thc post of Commissioner of Public
Lands still leninlns open, it was of-
feied csteiday to Col. laukea but tho
rcqulslto consent was not forthcoming.
tho colonel having other mutters to
attend to which would mako It Impos
sible for him to attend to the work of
tho department. The name of John A.
liHssluger. the tiusted nnd able gov
ernment employe who has seen many
cars' service under the government, Is
now being considered.
So far. nothing has been done with
reference to thc filling of the vacant
seats on the Board of Health. It Is
probable that appointments will not
be decided on until n man to tnke tho
ofllce of Commissioner of Public Lands
has been disposed of.
f Last night and nil this forenoon, tho
Independents have been hnrd at work
in caucus over the choice of another
man to go along to San Francisco with
Delegate Wilcox for the purpose of pre
senting to President McKlnley petl.
ttous, isolations and tho like, look
We w Ish to announce to the
public tha', b the terms of
a contract just slcned, the
ELECTRIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
Will be ImmeJIatelv extend'd
through College Hills, follow
ing the line of our main boul
evard. Construction will begin AT
ONCE, nnJ the road will be
In nw.ulon within fiur
months, giving a so-
EiT iinttnfni7i7l uRiTiTfuuI!
lng toward the displacement ot Gov
At first, It was thought Delegate Wil
cox would be enough for the purpos
hut, on thinking tho matter over, the
Independents decided that It would be
best to hne one member of the Legis
lature. With this In mind, they hit
upon tho names of Senator D. Kalau
okalanl and Representatives Ueckley
aud Kmmcluth. At this morning's cau
cus, no decision was reached and tho
matter was postponed until this after
noon. The Independents arc determined to
take advantage of the trip of President
McKlnlcy to the Pacific Coast to placo
before him In as strong n light as pos
sible, tho grlcanccs nralnst Governor
DEATH TOOK PART
MAY DAY FESTIVITY
Wnlluku. May 2. May Day was de
clared a holiday by both the Walluku
and Wnlheo government schools nnd
the children of both schools were treat,
ed to a picnic by their rcscctlve teach
ers. Mrs. W. A. McKay, and Misses M. II.
Napo nnd Hons took tho Walluku
school children to Mrs. Lamb's placo
by the side of Iao stream, an Ideal placo
for a picnic In ordinary times hut a
dangerous one In times of freshets, fni
hero Carl Waldejer nearly lost his life "avo nlieady been practically secured
during tho storm last February. ! It ses that there Is n provisions In
The day dawned clear nnd beautiful tho C. It. Ulshop trust deed which gives
In tho morning nnd the Iao stream was tho tiustces tho power to set asldo cer
ns smooth as the proerblal mill pond, j tain property for such uses as arc ro
nurlhg the forenoon all enjoyed them- quired for tho liojs' IJrlgade.
sehes Immensely nnd tome of the moro Negotiations are In progress now
adventurous children had ventured which It Is hoped will terminate isatls
Into the middle of tho stream, but ilnr- fnctorlly to the promoters of tho phll-
Ine the nfternoon without any fore-
warning and with hardly a drop of rnln
mighty streams of water rushed down
Iao stream and It was with difficulty
that the teachers mnnnged to get the
chlldien away Into a place of safety,
am now all thank their stare that no
Tho children of tho Waihec school
fared differently. In the morning, Mr.
nnn,ierP,i nto the alley for evergreens
(0 ll(.cortlte tile festive board. All went
neI ,mt thc atcrn00n when Wnlheo
Quick preparations wcro mado for
leaving inr homo nnd nil tho teachers
nnd most of the children were gotten
safely on the other sldo of tho strcnm,
but two. a bov and a clrl both over
( ypara of nRCi nero not n8 njcrt n3
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,,,, lIown tllB gtrcain. ah attempts
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uemI 1)0,,e8 of 'tho m,S8lng on0S were,
plclcCl, p later during the nfternoon.
Tho nnmes of the ur.fortunntn ones
nro Virginia Hacliac. a half Chinese
Kri who has a sister it Kamehameha
Girls' school, anci Mosts Mnlaloha.
Deputy Sheriff Hnjselden wns sum-
mouned over to Wnlheo to Investigate
tho matter but he concluded that It was
Walluku, May 2. It seems now that
Walluku will have tho last laugh at
Lahalna folks ns the County bill has
(ailed to become a law.
Last Saturday, thrco of Lahalna's
moat prominent citizens. Matt McCann,
John Richardson and W. L. Decoto,
came over to Walluku to remind us
that Lahalna Is now thc county seat
nnd that the Walluku oMlclals will have
to move over to Lahalna. Hut now tho
Walluku officials will cty and Walluku
la still the metropolis of Maui.
There was some talk of sending over
a delegate to Lahulnn to sympathise
with them over tho fnlluro of tho
County bill to become Inw, notwlth
standing Oily Hill's most strenuous
efforts to pass the same, but It was
thought best not to add harm to In
Jury, No effort of nny delegation will
pootlte the Injured feelings of tho La-
hnlnnltes, for tho present at least, so
tho matter was dropped.
CHINESE BOXERS RESTIVE
London, April 2C. "I fiavo received
Infoimatlon which may provo Import
ant," sajs the Shanghai correspondent
of the Mcintng Post. "My Informant
declares that all tho disaffected ele
ments In the Ynng-tso provinces, In
cluding the organizations known ns tho
'Koolvnn-Wcl.' tho so-called 'leform
crs,' salt smugglers nnd disbanded Chi
neso soldleis, me combining for the
purpose of obtaining geneial risings In
"The movement Is expected to bo be
gun by tho burning of foreign
churchei throughout the province hor
del lug on the Ynng-tso Klnng. Tho
motive of tho lenders Is staid to bo rev
olutlonniy. but tho rank and file mo
errlved In tho
to work In tho
placo of tho strikers nt tho Honolulu
Iron Woiks, This nfternoon they will
ho nddiessed by tho bnvs who mo
"out" with the hope of enlisting their
sympathies In tho cnuso of the Idle
All "Fagles" drink Dock Deer nt tho
IS 1W IN SIGHT
Provision in Bishop Trust
Deed Sets Aside
PLAY GROUND FOR THE
CHILDREN CAN BE GRANTED
Negotiations for Property are Now
in Progress Between Business
Men and Owners of
Tho aclhltles of b"tlncss men In
behalf of the Uojs' Urigade promises
to solve, not only n number of prob
lems In connection with that organiza
tion but bids fnlr to gle Honolulu an
all purj-oso athletic pari: In tho heart
o' the city. The park w 111 be on School
Street on tho Nuuanii slope. The acre
anthroplc movement. A largo sum of
money Is also appropriated In tho
same trust deed for the purpose of pio
vldlng a playground for children.
With this ns n basis It Is hoped to
secure n big scope of ground. It will
be available for baseball, football and
all outdoor athletics.
LAND TILLING BLOCKED.
The plans of the O.ihu Hallway and
Lnnd Company to All tho condemned
low- lands between Llllha ttrcct and
Anla lane have been temporarily balk
ed by the opposition of n few lease
holders In the dlstilct, 'who Insist on
being bought out nt rather cxcesslvo
figures. Tho company completed the
laying of A pipe line from the harbor to
the low tract some two weeks ngo. It
was the Intention to pump sand
through this pipe nnd fill In an area of
three or four ncies.
' Tho Improvement Is cow tlid up un
til bucIi n time ns the small leasehold-
SI,lr"' The contract w.li the railroad
company w lih tho property ow ncrs w ns
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to four feet nt so murh per ard.
JAPAN BANKS ALL RIGHT.
Manager Imlnlshl of tho Yokohama
Specie Unuk stated todnj that In going
over tho local papers received In the
Coptic's mall he found nothing to Indi
cate nn thing seilnus In the hanking
situation ns might be supposed fiom
tho Associated Press dispatch publish
ed n few daB ago.
Mr. Imlnlshl received no advices
bearing on this matter from tho main
office of his bank which In Itself shows
that a financial panic U not anticipated.
The Japanese papers btnte that n few
banks of Osaka suspended pament
temporarily. This temporary embar
rassment will probably be soon remov
ed. Money Order Ruling.
Washington, April 27. Tho Comp
troller of tho Treasury has decided that
postal money orders aiu pa) able only
by postmasters upon whom they are
drawn and to whom notice ot the Issue
thereof has been sent. It has been the
practice heretofore to cash money or
ders nt postolllces othr than those on
which they are drawu and for the post
masters cashing such orders to turn
them Into the postolllcu department as
Tho officers on the Klnnu tendered
Commodore George C. Ueckley n din
ner In honor of his birthday. Tha Blip
per took place aboard tho steamer nt
Illlo nnd was a most enjojnble affair.
The cabin of the steamer wns profusely
decorated with Hags, bunting and rare
plants and tho guests piesent enjojed
the hospitality ot tbo officers until n
Tomorrow Purser Ueckley will give n
lean at Aeiua Moana to which his Inti
mate) friends nnd many acquaintances
have been bidden. Ueckley will celo
brate his fifty-second anniversary In a
A RIDINO PARTY.
A patty of Oahu College students,
consisting of oung ladles and gentlo-
mcn. took advantage of tho piesent
bright moonlight nights nnd spent last
evening In a horsehirk tide. A trip
was mndo for Miss Julli Damon's rest
denco to tho Salt Lakes aud return
Hverjouo enJoed the trip Immensely.
'Ihoso who took part In tho ildo
wero: Misses Maijoilo Peteison, Hello
Ashley, Ethel Amweg, Julia Damon,
nnd Amy and Floienco Hill, Messrs.
Walter Oilman. Cerrit Jiuld, Oliver
Lansing, and Kenneth Uiown. Miss
Helen Johnson, Instructor In the
department of Oaliu Ccllege, was
Stanton Company j
Owing to the sudden anil severe 111-'
ness of Mr. Henry Hallem, the (pleas
ing singer of the Josephine Stanton
Opera Company Fra Dtavoto will not
bo plaved tonfght ,
Mr. Hallem was taken sick quite
suddenly and, ns he was to pla the
title role, n change of program tocame
a necessity. La Mnscotte, In whch the
company scored such n signalsuccess
Wednesday afternoon, will be repeateJ.
A large home Is assured.
On next 1 uesday evening Said Paiha
will be staffed. Fra Dlavolo Will be
presented later on In the week.
K. It. Adams, foreman of the Jury
which acquitted Sodergieu Thu.sJay,
' "" ",uo "' u u '" "i-v-.iv.
this morning and asked to give K state
ment or nis icemigs regaruiug.nc au
diets of United States Attorney llalrd
yesterday. Mr. Adams said: "What 1
wanted to tay to Judge Kstee was that
Mr. U.ilrd, being abat trim tho court
room during the trial of tho'cjse, could
not know what bo was talking about
when he said there was ample cUdencOSlier, cll,11);ttorth ,, ,ho ,iro4pcm.
to convict sodergieu. How does hn ,., ... ,-, .. . , ,.,.,,
know what cUddice vas Introduced,
when he wns not present and had not
had time to read the rf porter's notes?
My point U that hU remarks were bas
ed on hearsay '
Mr. Adams was asked If the sentence
of six mouths on a former charge
against Sodcrgreu. Influenced thc er
die' In tho last case.
"Not a hit." he uplled. "Wo were
swoin to do our duty In the case be
fore us. Attorney llalrd wns not un
der oath when he addressed th court.
"It makes me sick to be charged lit
this way and to be denld a healing
by the Judge. I think It Is nil outrage.
"I will say that 1. niMelf. wns In fa
nr of acquittal from the start How
the vote stood on various billots. I
would rather not state."
TOOK OLAA BONDS.
Informatllon came by the last mall
that the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Company of California of which Clin
ton J. Huulllns Is the local representa
tive, has Invested loO.OOO In Olaa Su
gar Company bonds Such Interest,
shown In Hawaiian scmirltls by con
servnttt" Institutions like the Mutual
MOKE HOOD TH0ATUICAL8.
Tom D. natee advan'c agent of tho
Klleford Company and .Ie3sle Ncuton '
l 1 .l. TI..I..H. 1.la , wt-,i1n- I
nrrivc-u 111 me- Jiaiin ""
Theater. The company Is coming In
tho Slenn with slvtccn people. Tho.
renertolm will Include Quo Ynills.
Clnilty Hall The Fatal Card llcacon
Lights, American Rlil. Popular prlcc3
will into thi" season.
In tho Police Couit this forenoon.
Paulo, a native of about IS ears of
use, was sentenced to two months' Im
prisonment nt hard labor on tho chnrge
of Indcrent exposure. Two Pmtugues'o
girls nged 10 nnd 13. respectively, testi
fied n-;alnst th" defendant, thc court
room having been pievlously cleared of
all but attorney, newspaper men and
the offliers of thn court. Among the
witnesses was Officer Frank Fcrrelra,
who captured the native.
Hemember the concert tonight at
Francis Murphy hall from S to 11:20
o'clock. Addiesses from S.20 to 9-30;
singing from 20 to '.0:30, mandolin
and Piano all the evening. Thero will
bo reserved seats for ladles and r'
freshments will be served nt reason -
Como eat I) and avoid tho
Walluku, Jlay 2. Andrew Kennu son
of .Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Kennu of Wal
luku, died tills morning of typhoid fe
ver. Tho boy was taken skit at the
Kamehameha school nnd wns removed
to Wnlluku by his parents for treat
ment. Tho funeral will bo held this
afternoon from the family residence -it
Prof. Marques, who returned recently
from Austinlln, was fotccd to tako this
step on account of III health. The
climate down thero was too much for
him and ho found It necessary th re
sign tho secretarshlp or the Theo
gophlt.il Society of Austrulia.
There w 111 be a concert nnd Interest
ing literal y exercises at Francla Mur
phy hall, corner Ilethel nnd Hotel
btrects, from 8 to 11-10 o'clock tonight.
Admission freu; all mo Invited to at
tend. Gospel temperanco tcivlccs will he
held nt Francis Muruhv hall corner
llcthel nnd Hotel stic'le nt 3 30 n, m
on Sunduv. Opportuultv will no given
to sign tho Murphs l ledge
Mr. nnd Mis Tom Fitch aiu guests
nt the Moana hotel an I, lintuially tluj
nio delighted with Honolulu.
Janan i cieellted with "saving thc
situation" In tho Orient by her po&tlvo
stand ngalnst Russia.
FIRST WE UNDER
E.S. Cunha Charged With
ATTORNEY BALLOU FILES
DEMURRER OF FOUROUNTS
Judge Wilcox Sustains Same With
out Argument-Defendant is
Allowed to Go Free-Mr.
. Dunne on Scene.
,. g (-,,,, I)roprlet()r of thn r,on
An 0Ilr) Bai00lli appeared In the Po
lice Court before Judge Wilcox this
forenoon on tho charge of violating
Seitlon 1, Act 4 of the Legislature of
the Terrltoiy of Haw.ill, hc"snlii Laws
of 1901. approcd April lfi, bj emplo
lng In his place of business one Antonu
Slim by name, n minor aged I" jenrs
Mr, Dunne was sea'ed with Deputy
lng side. Thi -"tier read the charge
against the dcltudant nnd then Attor
ney S. M. llallou. representing Mr
Cunha, presented the following demur
1. That snld complaint does not nl
lego facts sunictcnt to constitute n
cause of action.
2. That the statute vnder which this
prosecution Is brought is unconstitit
tlonnl nnd void.
.3. That Section 1 of Act 4 of thc Ses
sion Lnws of lt"il Is unconstitutional
and void, being repugnant to tho 5th
nmendment to the Constitution of the
1. That Section 1. Act 1. of tho Ses
sion Laws of 1901 Is unconstitutional
and void, being In conlllct with thnt
portion ot Section S. Aitlclo 1 of the
Constitution of the United States giv
ing Congress tho power to regulate
commcico with foreign nations and
among tho several States.
At first. Judge Wilcox1 wns Inclined
to tnke until Monday lo render his de
cision hut, after a few mmufeV tholj-ht
he announced that he was ready to ren
der his decision. Thereupon, ho sus-
tallied the demurrer of tho attorney for
the defenso. submitting the same with
out argument. The defendant. H. S.
Cunha. was thereupon disclnrgdl,
!'"..iT.,"ZTir The sus.!tl."gh thero is still thc possibility of ,
talnlng of tho demurrer by Judge II
cox wns somewhat of a surprise to
those In the courtroom but Ills right
. I..- , o.tr.Mn.l IV t rMtirttn tills
it-mmim urn "' mi. ....... w. v -. .-
J,lg will do In other cases of thc kind
is not knu
Boily'o' Mpm. DoujIIiih ArrlvcB.
j Tho body of Mrs. Douglas who died
In San Francisco not long since, was
bi ought .to Honolulu In tho Murlposa
last evening. Tho funeral will take
place at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Interment will tako placo In the Cath
olic cemetery In tho tamo plot where
nro burled the father and mother of do
ceased. The bod) will ho taken from
tho undertaking parlors to tho Catholic
Cathedial where the services nro to bo
h Id. All friends nro invited to attend.
Surrey vh. Lumber Tenni.
A surrey belonging to tho Honolulu
c!.. i vr.i t mtxoii mi with two
lumber teams on Fort street esterdiy
nfternoon, Just In front of the Terri
torial Stables. The surrey got wedged
In between tho lumber teams and. In
turning out to let tho surrey by, ono of
) tho lumber teams tool: off n wheel of
the lighter rig.
Oilier damages wero
New York. April 27. Three trial
inces will he sailed between the yachts
Constitution nnd Independence, tho
dntes of the matches being July 2. 1
nnd fl. This nnnouuecment has Just
been mado by a representative of tho
Newport Yacht Racing Association,
and In tho solution of tho deadlock be
tween tho Now York Yacht Club and
Thomas Lnwson, which tlueatencd to
mako Impossible n rnto between tho
inn rimi T Im races will lake iilaco
A into nf tho New York Yacht Out!
forbidding non-member to sail m a
raco of that organization excluded
Thomas Law son's jncht fiom compet
ing In tho matches that wero to elccldo
tho choosing nf a challenger to meet
Sir Thomas Llpton's Shamrock II
Mr. Lnwson, on tho other hand, re.
fused to comply with the requirements
of tho New York Yacht Club and ile
cllned to get mound the rule by sail-
ing his bo-it In the New York Yacht
Club tilul races under tho nnmo of a
member of th it club ,
The matter was settle d by tho offct
of tho Newport Yacht Racing Assocla-
tton to present a cup for a contest be
tween the, rlal vessels. Thc races are
not under the New York Yacht Club
that chrlhav'lng taken no nct'on what
ever respecting thc trial matches
Mr. Duncan, the manager of the Con.
stltutlnn, and Mr. Law-son the ownct
of Independence, hoo signified their
willingness to race for tho Newport
BIG BEET HJGAR PLANT
Chicago, April 23. Negotiations have
been completed In Chicago for the for
mation of the largest beet sugar con
cern In the world. A company has been
Incorporated under the laws of New
Jersey, with a capital stock nt C 000,
000, to be know n ns the Arkansas Val
ley Sugar Uec-t and Irrigation, I-ir.d
Company, Tho plant of the new com-
pant- Is to be located Id Colorado, (u
thc famous Rocky Ford fruit district.
IlxperlmenlR in that Colorado dis
trict conducted by Janus A. Davis. In
dustrial commissioner of tho Santa Te
Hnllroad. have demonstintcd thc fer
tility of thc soil nnd Its adaptability
for thc raising of tho sugar beet. As n
result of the successful experiments
nnd operations a number of New York
capitalists. Including the Oxnnrds, thc
Cuttings, the Hamiltons. tho Lawsons,
Ouy Ulchards of thc Mercantile Trust
Company, beenmc Interested In tho In
dustry and tho formation of the new
company wai under taken.
New York, April 27. Captain J. T.
Merry, who wns preslJcnt of thc Naval
board which went to Guam to select a
site for a naval station, and to prepare
n pian tor tne improvement or tne nar-
Im mill tlin 1iAnllnn nr m ttn n ih It '
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shores. Is nn his wnv back to his sta
tion nt Honolulu, and will submit his
report from that point.
As soon ns possible after his return
he will enter Into negotiations with the
ov ners of hnd at Pearl Harbor for Its
sile to thi I'nlted States. The recent
Naval appropriation law appropriated
J r0 10 for tho purchase of land.
ALASKA TO THE FRONT.
London, April 20. No definite Infor
mation has ct i cached the Fmelgn
Offtco hero regarding the probable at
titude of the I'nlted States Senate to
ward thc projected Nicaragua cnnnl
treaty. The negotiations proceeding
on tho subject of-tho Hny-Pauiicefotc
treaty In this connection nro under
stood to bo based on the sine qua non
of neutrality of the canal. If this can
bo definitely assured. It now seems
likely that flreat llrltain will agree to
I abrogate tho Cla)lo.i-Hulwer treaty
en endeavor nn Ihn inn of flrent Upli.
tain to simultaneously lulng up the
Alaskan boundary mntter. This last!
rnntlnccnrv Is nfflclillr described as ,
, . ,,,.,,..1,.., ,.f n.. .
Sl eoM- t0 "1!lUo tho nal
Tho Moami-hotel Is mcro than boom
ing along thesw dajs Last night, there
wero 43 people rooming lu the building
nnd, besides these, theio wero 20 out
to dinner, A grnnd total of 1.9. This Is
a good round number but It really Is
not what Moann hotel deserves.
As In tho case of nil tho Shrlncrs nnd
others who have been guests nt tho
hotel, tho people who wero nt the hotel
last night, mnny of whom wero through
passengers In tho Coptic, stated that
they could not possibly have been bet
ter satisfied. They said further that
they had never been guests nt n hotel
w hero better service was accorded
Sundny Atternoon MuhIc.
Tho band will play the following se
lections at a conceit on tho Capitol
giounds Sundny afternoon, beginning
at tho usual hour:
Tho Old Hundred.
Overture Tho Road to Olory ...Kling
Intermezzo Tho Gosslper Olllet
(n) Pllgilm Chorus," (b) Hven-
Grand Selection Jerusalem .... YcrJI
Suite Mnscarado Sullivan
Ballad Tho Light of tho World..
Fantasia Ooldbeetles" Soiree ....
Overture The Oatli Auber
"The Star Spangled Uanner."
MORE IIORSIZ RACING.
A raco may be arranged between Ag
gravation and Vlrglo A at blx furlongs
as llolllnger seems to lie willing
enough lo ince. Holllngcr may also
match Venus against Vlrglo A for four
furlongs. Thomas Is training Ylrglo
Waldo J has been out of temper late-
1, and has not he-en eleilng ns well ns
might bo hoped A mile In 22 Is to his
creellt, done a week or so ago.
W K. Axhlll has petitioned lu tho
Circuit Court for the ginrdlnnshlp of
Yoshl Nlshlmuia, Tafua Morlto, Shi
hal Kubijiiliin and Yokl Kura, minors,
whom the petition nlloges nro now us
soclatid with rostltutcs and other 1m
moral persons. Mr. Arblll wishes to
place the so children In tho llnwalliu
Orphanngo nnd Industrial Schools,
Ltd , of which ho Is the president.
,M fid WIS
Tremendous Power Is
Now in Course of
WILL HAYE 2,00Q,90 ,
MEN UPON ITS ROLLS
Originally Proposed to Fight the Steel
Trust-Now Proposed to Occupy
Broader Field and be
Pittsburg, Pa, April 26. The con
solidation of nil labor unions Into one
big organization of 2,000,000 men. with
one supreme html. Is the aim of tho
labor men who held a prcirmlnary
meeting here today. The Idea Is to
formulate plnns for a nnttonnl conven
tion at which represrntathes of tho
various labor organizations In tho
countr) will meet In Chicago about
July 1st to form the cnmblnntlop. Th
delegates to the convention will repre
sent nearly 2.000.000 men directly nnd
Indirectly connected with the Industrial
combinations that have been formed
during thc last two years.
Thc primary object of tho proposed
mocment Is to form a dcfenslo nlll-
nncc agnln8t lhe 1)U1on ,,,. 8toct
. . ....
combine. A prominent labor leader
snld that for some time there hits been
under consideration a recret movement
to bring all the trades unions together,
and that while nt first started with
the object nf merily amalgamating the
allied metal trades It has now gono
further. Ho said that many trades,
had decided to enter the movement,
and thnt already the delegates who will
rartlclpato will represent over 200,000
trades unionists who me skilled work
LITERARY SOCIBTY MEETS.
The Oahu Collego Lltcrarv Society !!..
held Its first meeting Ksterday after-.. "lv V- ""
liinJM, mm niii!i a M) ftvaidUl lull Y"V-
profitable afternoon, . i "
Debating was the order of tho day,
lhe subject being: "Resolved, That tho i
United States Is Just lu the stand It "'
has taken In regird to the Phlllpplno
Islands" Alfrtd Castle and William - ,
Ahm successfully upheld tho nfllrma-
IIV q side, w Inning tho debate,
Thc negatlvo sldo was defended by
Ils icl Damon, Henry Damon and
Mr. Castle's arguments wero very
good nnd ho answered his opponents
quite effectively. Mr Aheca excelled
In delivery, but his arguments were
Miss Kthel Damon pe-nded her sldo
far nnd nw.ty nnd. had she had proper
support, the decision might have gono
tho other way.
Tho next meeting will he held two
weeks from jesterdav
Puniihnu vh. Y. M. C. A.
Oahu College w III jiliy ngalnst the Y.
M. C. A. team this afternoon at Puna
bou. A gooil game Is to bo expected at
tho collegians defented the association
last Saturday by tho scoie of C to 1.
Tho association people hnvn shifted
their team about considerably nnd hoi a
to turn the tables on thc colleglanc.
Putinhou has played two games, being
defeated In neither. The scores wcre:
Punnhou, 0; Y. M. C. A., 4; Punahoii,
H, Solaco 0. Toelay may break tha
string. The gnmo begins at 2:30
FOR LADIES AND