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Vol. XI. No. 11)07. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. AUGUST .1, W01 Pkiob 5 Ousts.
DELEGATE WILCOX SAYS
THEY WILL BE WAYLAID
Can Only Get as Far as San Fran
cisco as California Has a
Few Tioubles of
Delegate Wilcox does not Inle.ld to
leave for Washington until November.
Ho sa)S there Is tiothlnj doing then;
ut the present time. Everybody Is
uwny from the Cupltol tr)lng to cool
olt In some secluded nook and It Is no
use to try to do nn thing now. Ho nil
taken the cue and come home lo get
tooled off. When Mr. Wilcox K-urns
to Washington In November, be will
have n great many things "up his
ideevc." The time that claps-s will be
used to get all of lus proposition; in
In legard to the t'llrd judgeship
matter, Mr. Wilcox sns thnt the peo
ple In Washington are waiting to hoar
what Judge Humphrejs nas to my
ubout It. If he states that theru is a
necessity for another ui of tho t'lr
mlt Court, there will bo no question
of the appointment. Edga Ca plots
has the Insldo track. In fict. the coji
mission Is already mudo nut and ul'
that now remains Is the signature of
Speaking of Italian laborcn, Mr.
AVIIiox said that thero w.u n dourt
whatever of the Intention of laborers
from the South coming to tlm Islanus.
He talked with some o the men who
know most about these matters und
from them obtained the Information.
As to their ultimate arrival here, Mr.
Wlleo had the following to say:
"1 know well what will happen upon
the arrival of any lot of Itall.m labor
crs In California and In San Francisco
In particular. They will simplj !n
snapped up b) nur. who are l)lng In
wait there for lab' crs tor vnrloiw en
terprises. California Is In great iu'ej
of luboreis and such men as 1 refer to
me Just the kind the) want. Tin
Italians from tho Southern States, tave
worked I hern for )eora on the plnntarj
tlons and they know luv exactly miw
to earr) on nil kinds ! funding. 'If
they ntV valuable to ll.iwul they are
(onsldered by California people as do
lug inijio valuable to theu. About the
onI way to get around the California
barriir would be to i I the Italian;
nioand the Horn."
SALVATION ARMY WORK.
The Salvation Army took a day off
jesteiday nnd went to Walklkl to en
jo) the bathing and the delights of
In the evening, the Salvationists
went out to Palama chapel where a
routing eeivlce was held. P. C. Jones
mted us chairman and led the prollml
nar) song service. Miss Yartow pro
vided at the piano. Col. Flench took
for his text the following "He ro
cclvcth slnneis and talkcth with
thom." At the conclusion of the ser
vice, the Salvation Army people,
luadcd b) their band, matched hack to
thcli own hall where a banquet in
honor of the visiting Ifndeis was serv
ed. Tonight. Major Harris will luid an
Tho program mapped out for totuor
iow's work Is as follows At 7 a. 111.
Major Wood leads a sumlse prajer
melting; 10 a. in., meeting for sailors
on the old Flshmarket wharf, with
Captain Lewis in chnige; 11 a. 111., Col,
Fiench In the Christian (liurch, sub
ject, "Inllkely Savlois," nnd Majoi
Han is In the Aim) hall, subject, "A
Clean Hcait;" l'J'30 p. m , Jail meet
ing; 1 ."0 p. 111., Sunday school; 7:110 p.
111., Col. Flench In Central I'nlon
(hutch, subject, "Darkest America;"
8 p m , Major Hants In tho Army hull,
The proposition of continuing tlio
011111 1 of baseball a month or so long
i luik met with Eirh favor that It
fcfcnis almost ccitiiln now the series
v 111 be plii)eil ovci again
hard times arc the
best test of a new
suburb : : : : :
Tre fact that THREE.. RESI
DENCES are NOW IN COURSE OF
ERECTIN, bids foi another about to
be opened and plans for several rrorj
In the hands of local architects, and all
for BONA FIDE PURCHASERS,
shows the vitality of the movement to
wards College Hills.
The approaching operation of the
car line and water plant makes im
mediate occupation possible,
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
PETIT JURY AUGUST TERM
a Following Is the complete list a
"I of Juiors chosen for the August VI
Vi term of the Clicult Court. Vi
ft J. II. Athortoti, I'. W. ileardslce, VI
If W. A. Ualdwln, Ilemy Dcrtclmun, VI
Vi W. M. Iluchaimn, Isaac 1.. Crock- VI
ett, Oscar Cox. S. M. Damon. II. VI
Vi V. Dillingham, n. W. I)av Is. W. F. Vi
VI lining, Autonc- rernandez. E. S. "i
Holt. W. W. Hall, B. K. Hanapl, vi
'; I). K. Hoaplll, Frank llarvo), . vi
1 C. Jones, Joseph Kuncwa, (Jeorg" pi
Vi Kc kauolia, Thomas Krouse, John "J
rt A. I.cgios, It. C. Lane, David vi
Vi Lawrence, J. A. McCandless, (leo. vi
Vi Nawaakoa, Ben Naukano, A. W. VI
"I Pearson, Dan II, Ueuear, Mark 1. Vi
Vi Iloblnson. Win. E. Kovvcll, 0. F. Vi
Vi ltcn(on, James Spencer, W. J. Vi
Vi White, John S. Walker and Joo Vi
Vi Znblnn. vi
VI VI Vi VI Vi VI VI VI VI Vi Vi Vi VI VI VI VI Vi VI 'i
Answers Filed in U.S.
The Honolulu Plantation Company
ami the Oahu Sugar Company have
died answers to the petition of the
Government of the United States In
the condemnation proceedings against
rcurl Harbor lands. The answers In
each ue demand a Jury trial and
among things allege that the land la
question cost thini three-fourths of a
million and one million dollars rvspec
11 stipulation the trustees lit the
Ulshop Estate have been given ten
da) s extension of time In which to
The first Important question to be
decided In this Important litigation
will be the claim set up by the defen
dants for a Jury trial. The I'nlted
States statutes in condemnation ''pro
kCCdlngs, confer upon the Judge tliu
responslblllt) of making appraisement
Any ono who knows Judge Estee
knows that he would luther have tho
question of the value of the Pearl Har
bor lands decided by a Jury than to
deddo It himself. On the other hand.
If the law Imposes the duty upon the
Judge, he will unflinchingly confront
the taBk. There Is no doubt, however,
that Judge Estee would gladly avail
himself of any legal provision by
which the facts In the big case would
go before a Jury Instead of himself.
For groceries ring up Uluc 911.
MAUNA L0A STEWARD
Dinner Under the Direction of Port
Steward Frank Costa on
the Kona Liner
Thero was a ga) scene nbomil the
btoanu r Maunii I.oa toda) nt noon. It
wns the occasion of the testimonial
dinner to Chief Stewnid AM of the,
Konn liner The dinner wns under the
direction of I'oil Steward Krank Cosfa
anil was a very delightful atl'ali
In the large dining saloon of the
stoamoi two tables were laid. Tl.c)
vvtro beautifully decorated with tut
(lowers and greens. The saloon was
tinnsformed Into a garden; potted
plants nnd fcins wuio nrtlstlcall)
placed, and festoons of bright (lowers
nnd malic were strung Horn walls and
telling, making the apartment look
HKo a fairy bower.
Concealed nmong n bank of ferns nt
the end of tho room was n quintet
club, which tendered many beautiful
nlrs dining the pioieus ol the meal
At tho conclusion, toasts wuo diuiil.
to Chief Stuwnrd Akl, for tho telebu
lon of whoso Jir-y second h'tludiiv the
dlnnr was given, Tho olllceis of tht.
Tcssel nnd of tho rompaii) ttttlncjj
responded to toasts, and the chief
steward and company were pledged
man) times In flowing bumpeis of mot
beei, glngni ulo and lemonade
The menu served was ns lollons.
Kntiee, Chicken a la Siiutc
Honed TurUo), Cianbeiry Sauce.
1'ilmo lllbs of lleef, with i'otatoes
Veiling IMg with Apple Sauce
Cauliflower, ( Asparugus.
I'oatooa'a la Creme
Mince Plo. I'eai Tie.
KItUlT IN SEASON.
Apples, l'eathes. Pears. Grapes,
l.emon leo Cream. r Assoitcd Cakes.
Hoot Ileci, I.enioinile, Olngei Ale.
8U?RBV1B COURT OPINION.
Decision was handed down b) the
Supreme Court )csterd.i) In the c.ibc
of William IUnlsdcll vs. I It. Hums.
Chief Justice Pitar und Judge I'err)
concurring. Justice (Jalbralth. dissent
tig. Tho suit gicvv out of p.utneishlp
relations of tho parties, 'llio mujorit)
opinion holding that sufficient evidence
was In to show a pnrtneishlp and re
vciHod the decite. Tho mlnorlt) opin
ion holds Hint the evidence showed no
pnitnerHhlp nnd that the deciec of the
court below should not be disturbed.
Fin) Job Printing t tho Bill-"-liu
DUNNE ASKS DELAY IN
LAND CASE TILL HE WRITES
Department of Justice Concerning
Action Desired Under 1000 Acre
Clause-Cause Goes Over
The case of J. II Athcrton vs. tht
Wnhlawn Sugai Company was con
tinued by Judge near today until Sep
tember 3, upon the request of Acting
United States District Attorney Dunne.
The continuance was asked In order to
give him time to write the Attorney
(lencrnl of the United States and re
celvo n reply tion questions relating
to the 1000 acre land l'mltntlon In the
Organic Act. Attorney Dunne will ask
the department of Jpsllce for Instruc
tions ns to whether the United States
should Intervene In the present suit
and seek to enforce the provisions of
the Organic Act limiting the posses
sloil of land by torpoiittons to tinctx
of not more than 1000 acres. He will
ask for full and detailed Instructions
as to the course which should Ho pur
sued by the officers of the United
States Court In this land loudness.
The Attorney General of the I'nlted
States will be telegraphed fmii San
Francisco to give the matter his earli
est attention because the suit Is pend
ing now In court.
The case came up this morning and.
At tor lie) s Hatch . Sllllman for tho
plaintiff vigorously contested the
proposition to continue the ease.
Judge Sllllman contended that If the
Federal Oovcrnment mnilc n move to
dispossess ii corporation under the Act
referred to, It would not do so ns an In
tervener In a pi late taw suit.
The hitch In the case grows out 01
the recent decision by Judge Clear,
that the 1000 aero limitation is a mat
tor which can only bo enforced on the
motion of the government Itself.
Manuel M. TeUlera appealed In tho
l'ollce Court this forenoon cm thu
charge of Indecent exposure, which
has been hanging over his head for
several da)s. He pleaded not guilty
through his attorney, A. A. Wilder.
Tho )oung ladles who wcio witnesses
to tho dlsgiacefiil actions of the Por
tuguese testified in a straightforward
manner and so as to teav no doubt
In tho mind of the couit as to tho
guilt of tno delendnnt.
The tumble all came about through
the failure on the) part of thu people
living In the snmo plate as tho young
Portuguese ladles to keep their thick
ens at home. The defendant had often
warned them to keep the fowls out ot
his )ard, but no heed v.ns given. It
is supposed that Telxlcra became so
angeied at this that he rcsoited to low
methods to bother his neighbors In
letiiiu Telxlern wns found guilty and
lined 25 and costs Judge Wilcox re
marking that he believed the case to
bo n vei) bail ono.
MonnHhlnePH In Court.
The five Knllhl men charged with
distilling spirituous liquor without n
license n foi night or so ago appealed
before Judge Dlcke) this foienoon
Kaeli defendant pleaded not guilty.
The Japanese found on thu pienilses
of Knltlull wai In doubt ns to what he
should sa) In rcpl) to the charge,
since hu wns working for' natives und
had no part In tho lcsponsibllitles.
However, he, too, pleaded not guilt)
I)) ngreement of the nttoriie)s on
both sides, Judgo Dickey agreed to
continue thu cane until Wednesday
ALOHA TO ZEALANDIA.
The Zealaudln was given a very big
send on esterdny. Tho friends of her
otllieis nnd ciow were down to bid
them good b)c, as It Is U probable that
It will bo a long tlmu before tho old
vessel ionics hero ngaln.
The band came fiom tho Thomas nnd
Philadelphia to pin) the old mall boat
nwn) nnd the big ciowd on the vessel
and wherf gicatl) enji)ed thu sweet
It is iopQrlod that Captain Duwdell
aril Chief Stew aid .las. Scolo) will be
tiauslciied to tho Alameda whin she
s put In commission nt the 'end of this
month This will be glad news to the
friends of tho two officers lieie. The)
have both .made muiiy friends In Ho
nolulu, ns have nil the officers of the
Waliop Doano of Albany, Is always
accompanied In his walks about tltut
elt) h) a largo dog of the Orcat Dane
breed. Frequently when tho bishop
enters a house he hands the dog his
shovel hat, nnd the animal holds this
Ir. his tcethj without budging until ts
MOST 1-tOPLU PATRONI7E THE
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Win DON'T iQ'l?
Gallup BLUE 021 when you wlh
to send an thins down town, and re
guest your dealer tu send your goods
home by the ,M. P P. Co.
Prompt delivery ami....
rareful attention assured.
ABOLISHES NIGHT SCHOOLS
AND APPOINTS TEACHERS
Superintendent Authorized to Pro
ceed in Matter of Lands
for Industrial School
At the meeting of thu Hoard of edu
cation this morning, the most Imiort
ant matter that came up aside from
loutlnc business wns the radical
change of mind announced by Super
intendent Atkinson upon the subject
of night schools Heretofore the su
perlntendent has L'cn u strong advo
cate of the night school and at six dif
ferent places In the clt) night schools
have been kept up at un expense of
$IOd iO 1100 per month Mr Atkinson
moved toda) tha th be discontinued
absolutely. Tne motion carried. Tho
reasons given tor tins change of mind
were that the night school had be
come nothing n.oie than a plucc for
Japanese and Chinese to learn the En
glish language The actual attend
ance nt thcfe schools, was Chinese
173; Japanese fid, Portuguese, 8, I In
Superintendent Atkinson was au
thorized to make formal application
to Commissioner I' S. Doyd for Innds
to be set asfde for the industrial school
The text book committee recom
mended no changes.
Miss Maticd llossm.in wns transfer
red from Hanapl pe to Kekslla. .Miss
Helen Ilk knell was given a place In
Miss Corson's school.
'Miss Mllle MorrU was transferred to
Marian de Car mo was appointed
principal at Pahala, with Miss Wliine
fred Marquis us assistant.
Charles A. Akua goes to Kamuohu
nnd Miss Ktlicl Van Utcrllng to Ma
kapalu, Thu report of the teachers commit
tee, which was adopted, made the fid
lowing appointments and transfers'
Miss Mary MtKlnlcy. Ookala.
Kugttne Capellas. assistant at llaka
Miss Klorente J. Scott, principal,
Knlaoa. Kona. beginning November
Manuel I.ulz. Mahukona. Hawaii
Miss Jennie (llnss, assistant, llono-
nugeno Horner, pilnclpal Panullo,
Miss l.llllu Auld, assistant, l.nhalna,
Win Knliiahlul, transitu led In Ho
Mrs. I.. Aoe Wong Kong, transferred
to Walhec, Maul.
Miss Louisa Plhl, assistant in Wai
Miss Kvcl)n Smith, transferred to
M. O All) (i, tiausferred to I'ala,
A. S. Mcldclrns, assistant, Knupt
Miss Cllza dos Itels, transferred to
Mies Violet Hockley, assistant, Ma
Iv) (lervln, assistant, Kahumanu
Louise Alieoug. principal, Pauoa
school. Miss l'dun Seobey, assistant.
M,lr,s Knien Nielsen, trnnsfeired to
Jennie Nellsen, assistant, Knllhiikii.
Mrs Lilla G. .Marshall, assistant in
MUs Ida Hello Lamb, nsslstant In
Miss Augusta 1 1 nice, transferred to
.Miss I'thel Wolf, transferred to ns
slstant at Walanae.
Zach Me Kcagiio, assistant, Kancohu
Miss lean Harwonii, assistant, Wai
Cbailotte Stewart, principal, M.ika
John Hush, principal; Misses Adn
Hush and l'lorence Hush, assistants,
tiansl'ened to Koloa school
MUs Margaiet Miller, assistant, Ko
loa. Miss Mar) Yoshioka. nsslstant, Ku
Isaac M Cox, principal, Kilnuea,
'Kiuil, Mrs I M Cox. assistant.
Miss Mar) I .ono, Kaena
j Miss Wind, Nine. Mllu school Olna,
I Miss II K Mahlun, nsslstant
I Mrs .Mni) 1. Curtis, pilnclpal,
.Mountain Vluvv, Olna.
OutlniV flirty Rcturnw.
The outing part) of the Y. W. C. A.
returned to town )Cstordny after u
most pleasant rest of ten da.'s nt tho
Peninsula home of Mrs Walter Frear,
pno of tho most prominent members of
tho new I) formed organization, Dur
ing the eta) of the Indies at the Penin
sula. Acting Governor Cooper placed
his steam launch at their service nnd
many vverp the delightful rides enJo)ed
lu tho harbor. Among the ladles ol
the outing party were the following:
Miss Thorn Oss, Miss Slgrld Oss, Miss
Lena Pilklngtnn, Miss Minnie Slnyindi,
Miss Llrzle Dickson, Miss Tlrle Dick
son, Miss A Alice Allen, Miss Kather
ln McCarthy Miss Hdlth Perkins,
Miss Anni Moore, Mlts Helen Konn)
Mies Wilklns, Miss Park nnd Mrs II
HANI) AT PAKKLI! I-UNHISAL.
Tho music at tho sei vices over the
bmly of Mrs Samuel Parltei Siiud.i)
afternoon will be furnished hv 11 p trt
of the tegular Kanal.ihao choir. A
small oigan will ho tnken out to tho
house nnd tho urcompinlmeiits will be
pla)ed by Wray TaInr
GRAND JURY PICKED
The following list of the Ornnd
Jurors for the rcguhir August
term of the Clrrnlt Court John
Adams Hiker, Charles Nolle)
Jr George Parmaleo Castle
Charles Spruce r Crane, William
Montrose Urnhnm, John Ifeiii)
tt Ise, lames I'rsklne rulierton
tiilin Harris Super, Plant Pratt
Mclnt)re. Hobcri C. A Peterson
Prank II Armstrong Frederick
Jo3cph Church John Crowder
Henrj II M.icfnrlano, Frederick
John Cross Albert Andrews Wil
son, William Snltrey Wond Jas
A Lou Prince David Kawanuna
koa. Frederick Martin Lewis,
Charles Thomas Wilder, Lemuel
Clark Abies Horace Joseph Pratt
and Nnthanlel San lers Sachs.
OFI'ICIAL LIP LOTION.
On Secretary Charlock's table at the
Hoard of Health office Is a large glass
Jar, scaled and labeled, germ-proof nnd
i. i .iinii'ii ii miiiiiui- mi in -iiu luiirur
Ized rose water, guaranteed to render
harmless a consumptive kiss or any
cither kind of kiss. It is primarily in
tended for use of tuberculosis people
or those who associate on Intimate
terms with the unfortunate consump
tive. However, it Is recommended as a
good thing fur the lips of all t lasses
A. I) Klttredge, a prominent attnr
ne) of Sioux Knits and ex-National
Committeeman for South Dakota, who
has been appointed to (III the unex
pired term of the late United States
Senator K)le, Is n native of Cheshire
county. New Hampshire. He was
born March 28. 181.1. In 1878 he en
tered Yale, from which he graduated
In 1 SR-' From that time until 1884 he
studied law at Rutland. Vu when he
entered the Yale law school, from
which he graduated In the spring of
1SH.-, He was admitted to the bar b)
the Supreme Court of Connecticut the
following June Then ho went to
Sioux Falls and engaged In the piac-,
ln ..t In.. II.. .. nn ..ln.n.l d...... I
llll III lull hit -u- -.'ii'iic'il 011.11-
Scnntor from Minnehaha county In
ISM. and In 1891 wns re-elected. At
the Republican National conventions
of IS'.!.' and 1 8UI1 he was elected ns
South Dtkota member of the Repub
lican Natlonnl Committee He Is the
Slouv, Falls attorney for the Great
Northern and Chicago Mllwaukoe and.
St. Paul railroad companies and has a
largo and lucrative practice.
S M AWAY
TEACHERS CHEERED AND
SANG COLLEGE SONGS
B'g Crowd and Abundance of Leis
at the Sailing Man Over
board and Black
Tno tiausport Thomas sailed for
Manila ubout half-past 1J tenia)
Them was 1111 Immense crowd pieseut
to bill the teachers goodb)c nnd the
departing passengeis were loaded
down with le-ls Cameras vvciu In cvl
deuce! evei) where, uuel two good snaps
v ere had. One was of n )o.ing man
who fell overborn! Irom the whuif
nnd the othei was of a satlcu who tni
ricd too long mitnvvp. He arrived on
the wharf Just lu tlmu to grab the
bowline mid was hauled aboard b) his
mates On his trip up tho side of the
vessel n lurgo and suspicious looking
black bottle tell out of his pocket Into
the water. The native boys swim
mlug near got it and soon It was
empty. Its contents serving to make
the swimmers very merry
The teachers cheered Honolulu and
sang college songs us the big steamer
pulled out into the stream.
i;. O. Hall & Sun, Ltd, have Instal
led n private electric lighting plant
which wns used for the llrst time )cs-
tenia) afternoon The plant consists
or an s.-iigniiDiiamo run D) u u-norse ciin-io f-om Moses Kupankeu Klnl
power gasoline engine niaKa
Owing to many not Ivlng able to
take advantage of our Mile l.f-t
week, we will continue the sale
during the balance of this week.
SAME LOW I'lllCBS RULE.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
IOB7 Port Street.
PERSONNEL 0FIEA8IS FOR
TODAY'S GREAT STRUGGLE
Same Will Begin at 3 O'clock
bharp--Oahu College Grounds
the Pace of
All Is read) for the championship
game on the grounds of Oahu College
this afternoon between the Stars and
Honolulu. The men art- nil In good
trim with the exception of Moore of
the Stars. He Is most cnxlous to play
and will probabl) be allowed to do so.
On account of his bad leg he will have
some one run for him.
A meeting of the league was held
't "Rl't for the pu, pose of arranging
the final details of the giitue. It was
decided to start pin) at .1 o'clock
sharp. If this Is dune, everything
should be finished up by 5 o'clock, Thu
matter of the reslgmtlon from tho
board of appeal of Morris Krohokalolo
and llarr) Whitney wns brought up
and these two experli on the game
were nt once made the umpires, n step
which had been in contemplation for a
week or ten dn)s .
The teams as arranged for this af
ternoon's gnmo are ns follows.
.SlarsOormaii. catcher, Cnstle and
Uubltt, pitchers; Davis, first base;
Moore, second base. Dowers, third
bise; Drown, shortstop, A. Marealllno.
right Held. Klley, tenter field, and J.
Marealllno, left field.
Honolulu Athletic ClubDa) ton,
catcher, Knal, pitcher, Pryce, first
base, Thompson, second base; Wll
llnms.thlrd base; Qlcason, shortstop;
Antone Louis and A)lett, right Held;
Kaanol, center Held, and Hnnsmun
and Jones, left Held.
As will be seen from the above list,
the llonotulus havo put other men In
the tram In order to be ready for any
emergency. They arc confident that
they will win but they do not jntend
to take any chances. In Kaai," their
pltrher. they have the utmost, conli-
deuce nnd do not feel that they will
have to put nny other man In the box.
In hed opinion, hu will be able to
pitch the game through to Its vcrv
linlsh. Tho Stars are not so sure of
their pitcher und so have put Castle
(iu the list with Babbitt. Doth these
men while good for 11 little while, can
not stand hard work like Knal and
Joy, the latter of the Police tram.
Iloth Kile) nud Davis of the Star
'team will have to get .1 lltlte faster
naive on this afternoon than was evi
dent during tho game against the
teachers da) before )clcrdo or else
they will help snow their own team
under. It people will but wntcli the
game close!) this afternoon, they will
see that Gorman Is the man who will
work tho hardest to win for the Stars.
The Stars havo arranged the fnllpn
lug batting older Moore, Ciormnn,
lirown, Kile), Davis, J, Marealllno,
Castle, Ilahhltt, A. Miircnllluo 'und
liowers. The llonnliilus have not glv
en out their batting order )cl nor wilt
they until the umplie shouts. "Play
'lhe only talk In base bull circles to
da) is the gntne this nftt moon and
fiver) mm has been picked to -pelces
thoioughl). Weak points have been
located and from the sum total of these
dissections, the sports have formed
their opinions nnd plnceel their mone).
It Is expected that there will I- .1
crowd of over a thousand people out
to see tho game. It Is even said by
some tint the number will approach
clotei to tho two thousand mark.
Mar) Atchcrlc) tins brought suit
ngalnst the Kaplolnui Kstate. Limited,
Pnnalllko, Kluio Kelllmoeone, Knuku
Hale', Mrs. Kaluahlne llnlna. Piinahoa,
Mahoe Hugo K Kawcdo, Kani-aian,
Loners & Cooke Limited a Hawaiian
corporation and Abngall K Campbell
for ejectment from certain lands In
this elt), and more particularly nt lie
uuakaha 'lhe plilntlff claims tho
iali question lu fee simple by pur-
, JMirm&-S,M-Jlto imkii.