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Vol. XT. No. 19.39.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. 8KIKMlitiK II 1901.
Phioe 5 Obntb.
nity. -izffli&miiM y '.'
v4"li' ' iyjnw f . . J,
Retailers Have Put
. Cool Thousand
TO FIQflT HAUrMAN CASE
IF IT GOES UP HIGHER
Cunningham Thanked For What He
' - D.d Wholesalers Accused of
bringing On Business of
The case of Joseph Hartnmn which
came up In, the Police Court yesterday
forenoon and nfternoon, bns aroused
thu retail liquor dealers from their
Ki'inlng lethargy and has made them
Mi-c that there Is danger lurklns lu
every corner for them when It Is n
question of Inroads on their business.
Thero Is supposed to bo n sharp lino
drawn between tho retailers and the
wholesalers of the city and the for
mer make the claim that their business
Is suffering on account of the actions of
the latter. They say that they pay
early licenses of flOOO while tho
wholesalers pay only $2.'0 and that
the nro entitled to some protection.
They further claim1 that the wholesale
rs sue dally doing them an Injury by
Helling ut retail when their licenses
only cnll for wholesale, business.
They have feltr right along that
there lias been a violation of tho law
on the. pait of some of the wholesalo
deiilrH but nothing -has been done
itbout It. It h.is also-iicen believed that
this sort of thing has been hurting the
trade nt tho retail places but nothing
bus been said,, it took a man like
William Cunningham to bring the
matter to a focus and the retailers of
the city are all very thankful to him
fur what ho did In the llnrtmnn case.
A meeting of the retailers was held
yesterday afternoon nnd, at that time,
S1000 was pledged for tho prosecution
of the cam against Hartmnii In the.
Clicult Court In (8bo It should be ap
pealed. When seen by a Ilullctln reporter
this forenoon, one of the' retailers sild'
"Wo aiu willing to put up nny amount
of money wlihlu reason for the prose-'
rutlnn of Hartnmn. He Is a new man
In the liquor business and Is perhaps
not so much to blame ns the other
wholesalers of the city, some of
whom huvo been selling liquor nt re
tall prices for ears. However, a
Pilnclplo Is Involved. We hnvo not
btcn very aggiesslve In this matter but
now that a case has come up, n M
'tend to stand behind tho thing and see
that we get our rights. There is no
doubt whatever that we lose thousands
of dolluiB every )car through tho
wholesale dealets, who do not stick to
the Utter of their licenses. Wo are
going to light through to the very
end and wo expect to win."
It might bo said In this connection
that Knmana, tho hack driver who told
such Impossible stories on the witness
stand In the I'ollro Court yesterday
forenoon, has maed a clean breast of
the whole affnlr to the police authori
ties. It was on the strength of thin
that his case was nolle pros'd In tho
Polite Court this forenoon. He was
i barged with perjury..
WOULD FORECL08B MORTGAGE.
S..M. Damon, II. E. Walty and 3.
U. Damon, doing business under inn
firm iinmo of Illshop & Co.. bankurs.
have brought suit Tor loieclosuru of
mortgage against Mary Ruckle, spin
eter. It Is Btocd In the complaint
that nn Juno 2Sth, 18i8, the defendant
seemed a noto from J. II. KlBber,
calling for tho sum of $l,B0u with In
turest at 7 1-2 per cent, payable! an
nually. Tho plaintiffs say that there
In now duo them tho sum of $1,10'I
with Interest and that the samo in
malnlng duo and unpaid, they now'
(all for a foreclosure of the mortgagi
on the property which Ilea on l(ia
Bouthcibt side of Fort Btreet between
The 0rily Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
' Has two bedrooms and all modern lm-
provements; $40 a month.
Also large residence on the Walkll-.l
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
Hotel nncl Horetanla Btreots. T'i''
property In In onu of tho most lnimr
tnnt parts of tho city nnd Is nenr to
tho Pacific Cluh.
Untie an Corpun Declnton.
Judgu Kslen tins caused tho attor
neys In the Mnnklchl habeas corpili
rase to bo notified to nppcnr In tlui
t'nlted States District Court nt JO
o'cloik tomorrow morning for tho
rending pf bis decision.
United Slates Deputy .Mn'rslml R.
II. Hendry has released tho Rehooner
Alice Kimball from attachment under
libel, -lames T. Taylor and W. T.
Scott, defendants, settled with Char
less DMIvIhh, plaintiff, ,y paying him
$100. Hence the rrleaso.
TR1AI liTS DAYS
JUDGE GEAR SENTENCES
AH F0NG FOR ASSAULT
Two Juries Trying Civil Cases Today
Last Criminal Case
Will Come' Up
Judgu Little opened court at 3
o'clock this morning, when tho em
paneling of a Jury began far trying tho
ejectment suit of Oulstnn F. Hopcrt
(Illshop of I'anopolls), trustee nf John
K. Simmer s. Solomon Kauai, Kllkulli
Kauai nnd Ho llee.
T. McCnnts Stewart and Holmes &
STnnley for plaintiff; Kinney, Ilallou &
McClannhan and Magoon &. ThnmpsoU
Judge Little got off n bon mut that,
made a ripple of merriment pass oer
tho courtropm. K. S. Holt was being)
examined on Ills qualification to sit as
I a Juror. Counsel for plaintiff had been
Informed that he was related lo one
of the parties, but the Jutor did tint
kt.ou n of any such relationship. Mr,
Stanley went over tn tho desk nnd held
In whlspertd Interview with Clerk
1 Thompson nnd coming back whispered
' to Mr. Stewart, who was conducting
j the Inquiry on that side. Mr. Stewart
1 then Informed tho court that they
wete told that Mr. Holt's brother was
married to a sister of Mr. Weed, ono
of tho witnesses.
f'fiiiiiBf.1 mi nrltlipr nlrtn wrrn rptlilv
to object to tho Juror on tho score of
such distant relationship, but Judge
Little's eye twinkled as he decided
"rurally compact. Step iisldc."
A, llnldwln, manager of Kahuku
j Piantntlon Co., was excused becaueo
nn ejectment suit was pending between
thu w tfo of C. K. Hootli, Interested in
I this case, and the corporation employ
Tho following Jurots were mutually
found satisfactory, after twelvo had
been excused for cause and upon chal
lenges: T. H. Krouse, Cl. Nuwaako.-iy J.
Kuncwa, W, M .lluchannn. O. Cox, 13.
K. Hnnapl, J. S. Walker, M. I. Uob-
Inson, .1, A. MtCandless. J. A, Legros,
;W. i:. Howell nnd 11. N'aukana.
Tils afternoon tho court. Jury nnd
counsel i Ult tho p rem If cb in dispute.
Counsel anticipate that tho trial will
occupy several days. Tho Registry
nnd Survey departments will bo henvl-
lv dmwn ttimn fnr flnnmipntnn- pvl-
Judge Oca.' waited for the remnant'
of the panel to bo dismissed by Judge
Little, so that he could obtain a Jury
for the trial of Mlddledltch vs. I. Hnr
bottle. K. J. Russell appeared for II. O.
Mlddledltch; Andrews. Peters & An
drado for Isaac K. Harbottle and Mary
K. Harbottle. -
After but ono challenge, tho follow
ing Jury was accepted: K. S. Holt, S.
M. Damon, A. Fernandez, V. A. Dald
wln, Frank Harvey, George Kekauolm,
P. C. Jones. Joe Zublan, D. K, Hoaplll,
II. F. tleitelmnnn, J. II. Atherton and
A, V. Pearson.
Tomorrow the last criminal enso nf
tho term will bo called by Judge dear.
It Is that of Nnkamura, charged with
manslaughter, litis Is tho Japanese
atcused of knocking -a countrywoman
In tho head, cunning her almost In
stant death, In a Llllha st'tcet housn
the first of August.
Ah Fong, convicted on second trial
of assault and battery, was sentenced
this morning by Judge Gear to pay a
fine of $10 and $18. M costs.
-L For grocciles rlug up llluo 911.
UNCLE SAJTWILL ACT
Ixmdon, Sept. 2. "Tho I'nltoil
States Government has replied In n
sympathetlu mid trlundly tono," buvh
a dispatch to tho Times from Toklo,
dated Saturdn, "to Jupan'H leniou
Btranco regarding medical Inspection
of Japanese in Hawaii, promising that
Investigation Khali bu followed by
If theio Is a doubt In tho minds of
any In tho city Hint the vanilla bean
will not grow In tho Islands, a cull
should bo mado nt thn Department of
Agriculture- and Forestry to seo n
samplu of what Allan Herbert haa suc
ceeded In glowing nt his plaio In Kn
111)1. On ono vino alone thorn vvr'i
103 pods, 'this Is not a very good
showing, but It 1b proof thaj tho beau
c&ii bo grown In thel Islands and that,
with proper care, thero will Ixi much
mora of a production than Allan Her
bert )ias succeeded In securing, Ilu
hlmply Bt uclt his seeds Into tho
giound nnd allowed them to grow, giv
ing them no particular attention.
Attorney General Knox
READY TO DECIDE BUT
Hankey Asks for Time
New York. Sept. 3. A special to the i
Tribune from Washington says: For
more than three bouts today Attorney
(itncrul Knox listened to n recital of
the must amazing story of olllclal cor
ruption and private Immorality In Ha
waii. The stoiy was brought out In
the defense set un by Judge Abram S.
llumphteys of the Territorial Circuit'
I'otin ui iiouoiuiu aguinsi ine ennrges
made by the liar Association of tho'
Hawaiian Islands, ror Hie purpose of
Inducing tho President to remote lilui
frciri the bench.
Judge Humphrc)s, wltli tho assist
ntice of Duane I'ox of this c Ity, pr"
rented ii condensed form of his defense, ng today Attorney General Kno slg- nted only by a high sense of the dig
In ii brief consisting of flfty-flve pages nlfled his readiness to make a report nlty of an American court, nnd boldly
of closely-printed matter. In this urlrr ami recommendation to the President declares that he has no npologles to
he answeied every charge ngulnst him, I Immedlatelyj'but at the" earnest.' solicit mako for his action In fining certain
and then makes what purport to ha.tatjon of F. W. Hnnkey, who repro- lawers for contempt of court nnd Im
nstoundlng revelations concerning the sents the accusers of Judge Humph prisoning otheM for greater degrees of
YttfitnMlrm tlirnun nr,,t,il tlin l.t Iff,. . .1... &".. r. .. 1 .. ... ... ..me
ptcitertlun thrown around kc In Ho-
nululii by the high nttlclals of the Dole
government, men appointed to oftlee by
Governor Dole nnd kept In place and
power by tho Governor In spite of
what Judge Humphreys declares tho
Governor must knovv uf their direct
connection with nnd lesponolldllty for
the abominable practices that nie II
censed In the Hawaiian capital.
Accusations on this point made
against these ofllclals by Judgo Hum
phreys cannot he phrased In American
newspapera, though they uro set forth
In bald and plain language In 11 charge
ueinereci nom the hencli to the Grand
Jury by Judgo Humphreya Inst Fehru-
ary. mid were repeated In milder form
in me instiuctions given lo the Grand
fa ra m i r.i m r- Sa fa fa ?b ?a tu
l&l N oUD
IIUNULULU IKCIDfcNI IS
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Dhcrimin ation Against JapaiicseLwics
Rouses tb.3 Press-Lesson to
Be Drawn From
Yokoliiima, Aug. 21 (via Victoria, 11.
C, Sept. 3.) To say that n hornet's
Ilett lias Ill-en Stirred Up In Japan
would but mildly express tho news of
the alleged outrageous treatment of
Japancso ladles an tho Nippon Maru
by the quauiuUue olllcers of Hawaii
Nothing . the course of all tho relal
tlons between America and Japan has
aroused so much press Indignation or,
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FREITAB , i
Ill addition tn the coupons to bo cut
from thu flint pK of tho Ilullctln,
new subscribers are to be given re
ceipts with enupons attulhed, entitling
them to votes as falhivv.:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 730 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year,, 100 votes
ThPbe coupons arc detachable and
must be torn from the subscription re
ceipts and deposited In the ballot box
the same as tho first pngo coupons. It
will bo seen that for JS, tho subscrip
tion pi Ice of tho Hveilng Ilullctln for
one year, 750 votes nro allowed to a
new subscriber, vhcrcas tho samo
amount of money would buy only ICO
voteB if spent for single copies of tho
Ilullctln on the. street. The sum of Jt
Jury last April by Judge ..orris M.
Estcc, United Stales Judgo for thliiany part In tho management of tho
Territory of Hawaii. paper. On the contrary, ho Is armed
Tho object of .Indie Humphreys In with, affidavits from the rcsponstbl
setting up this astonishing defense np- editor declaring that Judgo Humph
parently Is twofold first, .o show tho rcjs has had nothing whatever tu do
animus lt.ipk nf thn movpmpnt tn hnvfl with tan nnnnr alnpn lin wpni nn thn
Milm removed from tho bench, nnd, sec
ondly, to show that the Dole govern-
mcni is nui n mouci oi purity enu
morality, in spite of tho fact that, far
the most part, Its members are descen-
rtantn from tho orlglnnl mlssionaricl
who carried Christianity and clvlltza-
tlon to tho Islands.
At thn close of the sensational hear-
ujs, mi -.ikuwivy vifiiuiui khvu ni-i uic same uuvn&r,
prosecution flv'o clays In which to pre- His attorney, Duane Fox, aows that
pare a reply to the Judge's remark- the only mistake mado by Humphreys
ahlo brief. Is his persistent attempt to conduct In
Tho charges against Judge Humph- Hawaii a genuine Amcilcan court of
reyg are, tn the main, that ho has Justice. Heretofore, he sas, the ineth
dlsplaed prejudice and loo grent se- oils of tho courts In the Islands have
verity on the bench, Another charge It been loose nnd Irregular, and the peo
that ho controls and runs n partisan plo there, not even excepting tho law
newspaper, tho Honolulu Republican, yers are not yet prepared to submit to
and that through this publication tho tlgld rules of dignity and decorum
Judgo Humphreys attempts to control that prevail In the American courts,
the politics of the Island. He does not In conclusion Judge Humphres ns
deny the ownership of a substantial scrts that tho movement to oust him
n.rt of the stock of tho ncwsiinner. nor from the bench never would have been
that beforo ho was uppoliued to thn
bench by President McKlnlcy he took
' part In the mnnngtment oc tho prop-
nty, but he does flatly deny that slnco
sa na Ha iq Pa ns fia r-a l p ra tn n j
such strong popular feeling. What-
over else this nation may lie. It is an
eminently Kelt lespcrtlng nation, and
tlio encomiums recently passed upon '
It by western peoples, have ncccntuat-
pi! Ilin fppttni- In nn pvlrnnrillnnrv ilp. '
ii'ii nil' iL't'iiiia' id 11 n (xLriiuriiuinrv nn
n 1 . .i.i. 1. ...i.. i.- .1. l - il.
al T, Zl ,t T:7Z I 'Z,
1 tvvcen foreign ladlf3 and t-o Japanese.
land the Incident thus shows clearly.
vimt .iiininities are beforo Ao Ameri,Tiie Test Will Bs Severe Because
can Government should this pcoplo be
discriminated ugalnst In tho frnmln?
of Immigration laws. Any such meas
ure would also destroy tho extraordi
narily friendly relations which have al
ways existed between tho two Govern
ments. CITATION FOR CO.NTUMPT.
f!fMtrl A T)t V'til rli t I nn.l f mn
Juilco Cienr thU mnrnlnir nn iirili.p i-i.
turiiable beforo tho Circuit Court u
Thursday nt 12 o'clock, corainnmlliu
Sylvanc do Kobrlgn lo nppear nnd
t,ll0W cnuso why ho does not pay tho
m.i fuus c)r uo (omny.,,,, for C1U.
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will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of tho liullclln
with tho newsboys or at tho business
ofllco. This amount of money, If ex
changed for n receipt for n six months'
subscription to tho ilullctln, will so
cure ,150 votes. Ono dollar for ono
year's subscription to 'the weekly edi
tion entitles tho subscrtucr to 100
Tho prlzo otiorod by tho Ilullctln Is
on exhibition in tho window of II. !'.
Wlchtnan, 517 Fort strcot, and will bo
presented to tho player receiving tho
greatest numiior of votoB nt tbo closo
of the contest Oct. 15,
Votes deposited nt this ofllco will
bo Included among tho scattering until
tho contestant has received n total of
10. From that, tlmo tho names will bo
ho has been on tho bench he ha had
bench, knd he also nroduccs corrs-
pond nee 'idjowinj that cver'slncebu
iiannru me judicial ermine nn nas ueen
trying to s.Ml all of his stock.
To the charge of partiality and too
crcat n decree of severity in his de-
pertinent on the bench toward lawyers
jaml lltganU Judge Humphrcjs replies
that In this resnect ho ..as been artu-
started If he had not attempted tn
break up by American legal processes
the Hawaiian government system of
licensing nnd protecting vice.
r i-m (i ra Pa rta n-i ra Ra fa rci Pa fa
I EXPERIMENT IS MADE
ON RICHARD'S STREET
the Street Was Not Swept
Before Sprinkling With
From tlmo Immemorial tho pouring
ol oil on troubled waters has boon
t rnrtnl fti nu ft ai futviti til lt llui l. t.
ilm.r. Tho .illliiff ,if umnnlli u-ntKit.
to protect mankind from tho postlfor-
O'li mosquito Is a moro rccvul discov-
lory, which to all appearances Is about
to bo tried In Honolulu lor ivcliulnc It
l"at ,UrU'""1 f "r,
T,B mi)rnlug Baw le nrst ,rlai ln
Honolulu of oil for thu abatement nf
tho dust nultuncc. Hlchurds sliest.
Iioni King to Ilcrotnulu. wa ttie
placo c hosen for Jim oxperlmout. It
Is too soon to Judgu filial results, bill
thu, earlier ones Incidental to tho
process nro already patent.
Tho street surface Is Binudxed with
tho black and viscid oozo, while .the
pungent odor of the oil well districts
IravclB far on tho brcczo. Dainty feat
carrying cleanly trails will avoid
Richards street as a pestilence for
come days to come.
About !i:2u o'clock tho lloiul De
partment sprinkler No. 8 appeared ut
King and Richards stiect. It was
charged with tho contents of flvo bar
lols of petroleum, or from 1CU to 200
nations. Mnruton Campbell, Assistant
(Superintendent of P.ubllc Works, rtc
companied by Ralph C. Geor, drafts
man of tho department, soon arrived
on tho spot, where Road Bupci visor
T. A. Lloyd awaited them, nnd Mr
Campbell ordered tho driver of th.
sprinkler to go ahead
Tho valves of tho dnllvory wei or-
ranged so as to throw out two spiays
or tho tarry liquid. Rack and forth
tho cart was driven until tho c-nthn
surface, of tho designated stretch had
received a tolerably ovun doso of th
oil. Tho street had not been swept
before tho application and lino dint
nn Inc"!! or two deep lay In tho hol
lows nlong tho curbs. This condition
makes tho trst a rather Bevoro ono.
.Another fnetor affecting tho experi
ment is tho dust ratling upon thu oued
nrea from outside; for Instance tho
dally sweepings of tho Capitol
yard, which fairly clouded tho nlr
this morning just when the sprinkler
Cnstlo & Cooke, ngonta of the
Standard Oil Company, furnished tha
crude petroleum for trio experiment.
After tho sprinkling tho street wns
closed for trarrtc. whllo tho Biirfncn
was covered with n layer of lino Band.
TKe Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up-
Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts of tho United
States and Kuropo.
Office, 1017 Rothcl St.
opposlto Honolulu Market,
'lly Wireless Telegraph.)
Hllo. 8ett. 11. Hei'ent strong wind
bavu caused tho Hamnkila tire In
break out afresh with renewed fierce
liess. Tho flro Is In Government fnroU
now but Is bark-burning and 1 online;
down tho slope threatening home
steads above Ookula and Ktiknluu
Vtl-TIU AC UIC TIIDItCTC
MW1II1I VI 1IIJ llinUJl-3 A
1 - WITH A KNIFSIICIDIS
Will Have His Case Nolle Pros'd
In the District Court of Ewa
Stabbing Occurred on
On Saturday, May 24, a Spaniard,
Juan Colon hy name, was badly cut
on tha body and one of his nrms hy
a countrymnn, whoso namo tho
wounded man gave- us Mauli-o Fer
nandez. Doth were? laborers on the
Ouhti plantation. Juan was found
bleeding badly, and, when Deputy
ShorHt I'vrnnndes or Kwa found out
thn name of tho man who committed
tbo n.ault, he set out after him with
It was quite a whllo beforo the on
cers succeeded In locating thn rim
away Spaniard, but they finally found
htm in n eanelled cm thu plantation.
Ho was arrested and brought tn Onhu
lall lor safe-keeping by Deputy Snor
Iff Fi-runndes, tho Idea being to lenvo
:.lm thero until his alleged victim
should have hud tlmo to recover from
A couplo of weeks ngo Juan wus
zblo to lenvo thn hospital at Kwa and
plans wore being ninilo th have! him
appear against his alleged assailant
Just at ahuut this tlmo Juan not Into
r-nmu troublo with his wife, whli h eon
'InucJ until Sunday, September 1. TIm
next morning tho man was found dead
In hl room.
There wore no appearances of vio
lence and It appeared for all the woild
as If tho man had died from natural
cauSos. However. Deputy Sheriff For
nandes was not satlsded, and he sent
ino btomach or the deceased to Hcv
Tiolu.u for examination. Thu rcvilt
was tho finding or enough poison to
wurrant tho roUnn of n verdict by a
coroner's Jury of scvon whlto men of
Ewa, of death by suicide.
Deputy Sheriff Fernandos wai In tho
city today nnd ho stnted that It was
his Intention to tnl.u thu alleired n
Bnliint or tho rulcldo out of Jail, re
turn him lo Kwa and, In tho District
Court or that district, have his casa
Clarence llcnrd From.
Clarence Macfarlane writes from
Now York that ho has seen several of
tho big yachts during his travels, ami
Is Inclined to think that one of tbl-ni,
perhaps two, can beat tho La Palomii
In a race tn I-ihalna. Clarence con
templates putting nil bis money on
tho .Shamrock II nnd confidently ns
frrts that ho doesn't expect to walk
Notlco of administrator's salo of the Orand opening announcement of Pol
osUUo of A. C, Pestunn appear tinder lard's Lilliputian Opera Co Is publish
New Today. Cl, tn t,a !,.
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Spreckelsville Cane Fire
(Hy Wireless Telegraph.)
Wnlhiku, Sept. IL Flro broko out In tho rune fields about
Spreckelsville Camp 5 last night and before It was got under control,
fifteen ncres of cano was burned.
It wns a fierce fire whllo It lasted and the prompt work of plan-
tatlon laborers and members of the pollen forco from Walluku
coupled with the fact of there being little or no wind prevented an
Tho origin of tho flro has not been determined but a crazy Japan-
cso has been arrrstrd on suspicion,
Tho enne will bo promptly cut and sent tn tho mill, so the loss
..... . i,iiiiiuiatllllj BIUUI1.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1057 Fort Street.
Church In Islands to be
BISHOP WILLIS IS TO
01) TO THE CONVENTION
Second Congregation of St. Andrews
EHttiTT. UiYe'Davies as
Delegate at Last Night's
The various branches of the Episco
pal church In tho Islands are getting
ready for tho fray and, In' October, '
there wilt be tome news watting Its
nay down here that will be of .ntenso
Interest to all Episcopalians. If thn
church were united, there world be no
need for ull the preparations that are
now- going on ln tho midst of tho vari
ous congregations, but tuo church I
not milled and there aro differences
that mutt be settled as Boon aa possi
ble) If the present lamentablo situation
lit to be remedied. These differences
nil! be submitted to tho convention
that Is to tuke place In San Francisco
Much talking has been going on
among the members of the Kpiscn'
Italian church heio In the city but thu
(list work nlong tho lino of something
definite was accomplished last night
by tha Second Congregation nt Its
meeting In tho Sunday school rooms.
Tho principal business of the even
ing -was the appointment of n delegate
to represent tho congregation at thn
coming conference of Amcrlcnn bish
ops which meets In San Francisco In
October. After much discussion, It was
finally decided tu send a delegate and
T. Cllvo Dalles was 'lected to tho
place. It Is expected mat thro"gh thn
efforts of Mr. Davies, tho peculiar en
tanglement that now exlstr In tbo
church here will bo settled. The delu
gate leaves In the Sierra.
It Is known for a fact that Illshop
Willis, representing thu other sldo of i
tho church unpleasantness, will leave
Miqn for the Coast with u chanlaln, at
the Invitation of lllsnop Totter ol
New York. Naturally, Jic will attend
tbo convention In San Franclrco.
Rev. nnd Mrs. John Usborno of SL
Clement's chapel will lenvo In tho next
boat.for Vancouver, making their way
elown to San Fjanclsco from that port.
There will be a meeting of the con
gregation of St. Clement's chapel this
evening at 7:30 o'clock for the pur
pose of discussing various matters In
connection with representation ut the
convention mid other matters of In
terest to tho church.
Rev, Van Dccrlln of Kohala will bx
another, uf the Episcopalian pastors
who will go to tho convention. lit
will leave very soon.
It Is not known who wilt go nlonn
with nishop Willis as his chaplain.
The Distiller Gets 4 gallons of Whis
key, which Retails for $16. The Gov
ernment Gets 4; the Farmer Who
Raised the Corn Gets 50c (sometimes!;
the Railroad Gets 20c; the Manufac
turer Gets 4; the Retailer Gets $7;
the Bartender Gets a Rake-off and
the Consumer Gets
But Drunk or Not Drunk, Buy Your
Footwear of Us and Save Money.
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