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ducted on fautlneea prlncl-
pli there would be no need
to argue snoot the advantajs
of advertltlng, for avtry butt
neti man know thai adve
tiling la one of the moat Im
portant of the principle! which
make auceeie for business.
i UrioiiltJSki.l Hall
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Voii. XI. No. llfort.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 9 1901.
Pkiob 5 Cents.
The very latest newt regarding the yacht race that took place the day
the Sierra left 8an Francisco la brought by Captain Houdlette. He make
tne following statement:
"When I left the office of Sprecidee A Co. to go to the steamer the
yachts had started with the 8hamrock II across the line first and leading
Just before pulling out from the w'strf the news came that the Shamrock
was still leading, but being overhauled by the Columbia. At Melg'a wharf
the news was conveyed by megaphone that the Columbia had overhauled
the Shamrock and was leading by a good margin." -
As the Sierra waa swinging jout from her dock In San Francisco, Gea.
McLeod called out the latest yacht race new to C. . . Brown. It waa that
on the second leg of the second rare, with between ten and twenty miles
of the course sa.ied, the Columbia was leading so far that there was no
chance of her being overhauled by th Shamrock.
New York, Sept. 28. After the most tho Shamrock sent a dumb chill
marvelous exhibition ot llght-wcntliof
Milling on record tlio Yankc single-
sticker Columbia defeitcd totlay by tha
smnll margin of .17 second nctiuil tlmo
nml by 1 minute 22 terondn coin (tort
time tho gallant clnllengcr dlnmrovk
II which her valiant Irish owner. Sir
Thomas Upton, bad confidently hoped
would "lift the cup." Doth yacht
were handled with consumm-ua tklll
by their cleer nnd daring skippers
Never In the history ot cup race hav
tho contending yachts beep, sa "c1on
aboard" each other during tho lueln
There was scarcely a time during tho
ntlre race when the yachts were not
on tho same tack that they wire not
within hnll ot each other.
Through the long, gentle, cnutlesl
swells on tho llftecn-mllo stretch la
windward the Shamrock proved con
clusively that the was n (rifle the bet
ter ship. Her advocates have) declared
from the start that In smooth water
and with the brcere at eight knots or
more she would surprise the Yankee
talent and she did. In weather work
she, vanquished the Columbia by 39
cronde. which Is only four seconds lees
than the time Bliri nllowcil the whlta
sloop. In running .notwithstanding
an advantage or about S00 feet ot s-ill,
r- pa cjj m Pa Kb fa rq fa fa ra pa v
Washington. Sept. 30 Henry K.
Cooper, Secretary of Hawaii, arrived
today and dented the report that ho
was bearing tw resignation nt Gover
nor Dole to the President. Mr. Cooper
said that, so far as, ho knew, Coventor
Dole not only has not resigned, but has
no Intention of resigning-.. To htm the
Coernor had not even, mentioned or
Intimated that he had any such purport
I). Kalauokalanl Jr. today submitted
to the Interior Department resolutions
adopted by the Homo Rules Republican
party of Hawaii, whit!, after referring
lo reports that Governor Dole is Inca
pacitated for duty by reason of Ill
health, Indorses Ttcbert v. Wilcox,
Delegate In Congresj from Hawaii, as
Washington, Sept. 29. Secretary
Hltchcoik states that ho has no infor
mation concerning tho reported resin
nation of Governor Dole ot Hawaii.
DANIELS IN DI8TRE88.
.1. II. Daniels, who left Honolulu with
the Hagey cure compan) for tho Colo
nies, has been bedridden In a New
Holland town for the past six months.
Ills ailment was Inflammatory rhcuma
, tlsf. The family of Mr. Daniels has
been reduced to straits through his
prolonged Illness. A letter from Mrs.
Daniels to Q, H. Berrey brings this
nnweleome news. Mr. Daniels was
collected nltnh the Bulletin before go
CUT IN SUGAR PRICE.
- sew ork, Oct. 1. The American
Fugat Refining Company today re
duced all grades of refined sugar fifteen
SITE - -
Wo offer tho fee simple of a alttahlo
"piece of warehouso, ground on Prison
road, Iwllel, pear O. It. & I Co.'s
Tho groun. Is available also for
Oriental stores and lodgings.
through her admirers nnd stirred the
circulation ot stupl&cd patriots by
dropping astern ot tho Ynhkeei yacht,
It was apparent that the unapproach
able Itcreshoff model, with less driv
ing power, was doing the work tier de
signer expected ot her. Sleek and
knltellke she carved the long rolls. In
cidentally cutting her way to port of
Within four miles from the outer
mark on the run In the Columbia had
nerromo all the gain the Shamrock
Sad inado on her splendid struggle to
windward. Then the pent-up feelings
of the thousands, whose hearts wero
In their throats, began to find unt In
cheers, and bands began to play "Co
lumbia tho Gem of the Ocean," a sen
timent which seemed to be nt that tlnio
still somewhat debatable. Down the
wind tho Columbia gained not only tho
tlmo she had lost In windward work
hut added thirty-seven seconds to It,
beating her rival in running by one
minute and sixteen seconds. She
crossed the finish lino thlrty-flvo sec
onds ahead of tho Shamrock. Public
interest In tho race was Intense. The
big cxcnrslon boats wero as crowded
(Continued On nauo C I
in ! m Ka fa Ps na Pa m tx m
Dr. nnd Mrs. It. P. Myers who left
1 ere In the last trip of ihe Sierra to
the Colonies, returned In tho Sonoma
this morning after a vory pleasant trip.
Dr. Mjers had the followlng'to say to a
Ilullutln reporter this forenoon:
"We remained nine) days In Sydney
There Is n elty that Is up to dato lit
every respect, The hotels are lino and
the people do not seem to bo able to da
enough for jou. Wo were treated i
n ell ns If wo had been nt home. After
lculng Sjdncy, we went to Auckland
there to spend three weeks. Our stay
there was also eryi pleasant.
"I wosHcry much gratified nt th
'ecllng shown In both Sydney and
Auckland over tho nssasslnatlon of
President McKlnley. I really felt as If
l were on American soil.
neut buildings and business houses
lIo8ml, prlvnte residences displayed
flags ut liult-mast and the shipping In
tho harbor, Including tho inchts. did
tho same. Tho urloua societies met,
framed messages of condolence nnd
forwarded them at once. AH Austra
lia mourned tho death or tho President
of tho Unjtcd States." (
DOLE DISTRUSTS NATIVES
Berkoley, Septi 27. Attorney Gen
eral R. P. Dolo of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands' addressed the students of tho
University of California at the fort
nightly meeting In tho gymnasium to
day. He spoke briefly on the objects
of a university and dwelt particularly
of tho opportunity of California to fur
nish enlightenment to the rulers of the
Island possessions Ho spoke of the
necessity of choosing men of broad
character for tho teachers tho Univer
sity Is sending out to represent It In
the Philippines, and ho expressed hls'ProtcPt prepared by tno Navy Depart
satisfaction with tho s)8tom, already mVnt , waa "'tnlessly treated by the-
crnnient of the Islands," ho said, "will sovcral of tho lines upon wile"
uc iniiiing mo machinery Into tho
nanus or tlio. natives too soon. They
must lo trained up to tho capacity for
governing themselves, and this must
be undertaken by tho United State
wim sulci nonesty of purpose,"
DR. ItAVNER'H DEPARTURE.
Dr. F. J. Raynor. who for ivnmi
months has boon practicing dentistry
In this city, Is to glvo up his business
hero and leave for tho Colonies vciy
soon. His denarturo Is nn irpmmi ..V
the continued ill health of his wife dur
ing her residence, and It Is In hopes nf
benefiting her health that tho Austra
lian inp win no mado.
Since locating hero Dr. Ilajnor ban
built up a very considerable nrnrtlr-.i
and In his specialty of bridge and
crown work has dono somo romaikabto
operations. In this work and tho
treatment of llvo nerves Dr. Ilayii'jr
has been very successful. For several
years oeioro coming to Honolulu Dr.
Ilaynor was engaged In tho pinctlce nf
his profession In Buffalo. In Australli
if Mrs. Rayner's hoalth Is benefited
he may settlo. Ho carrlos with him
from hero lottora from Governor 8. II.
Dolo and has letters of rocommondv
Hon and Introduction from several
mombors of tho United States Sena'.j
and Houso of Hoprosentatlvos.
Pittsburgh Chamber of
THE HONOLULU CHAMBER
INVITED TO COOPERATE
Capital Punishment for Murder of
or Attempted Murder of Rulers
vand Other Measures Against
A circular letter has been received
bj Jag. Gordon Srcnccr, secretary ol
the Honolulu Chamber nt Commerce,
from Geo, II. Anderson, secretary ol
the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce
covering a set of resolutions passed by
the latter body on September 16. Tho
Honolulu Chamber Is Invited to con
sider the communication, which ac
cordingly will appear on the order of
business fur the monthjy meeting this
The action taken by the Pittsburg
Chamber of Commerce has relation to
the murder of President McKlnley and
the existence of organized anarchism In
the United States. It In In harmony
with an undoubtedly formidable trend
of public opinion
In tho preamble to the Pittsburg
resolutions, it Is rehearsed that the as
sassination of President McKlnley has
brought to the American people again
with appalling emphasis the necessity
of laws to adequately punish the mur
derers of our Presidents nnd others in
high ofllclal positions. Anarchism, It
h declared, has gained a foothold in
ejur country from the immigration of
teachers nnd leaders who hue organiz
ed to encourage the slaughter of our
rulers, and If possible the destruction
of eiur government. So utterly antag
onistic are these pints, to tho very
genius of American Institutions that
their authors ought to meet with con
dign punishment and their associa
tions l banished from our borders.
It is resohed thatthcro exists art
Imperative necessity for Congressional
action in enacting laws for punishing
assassins and for the suppression of
anarchy In our land.
First, It Is recommended that there
ought to be 'legislation to provide capi
tal punishment for those convicted ot
the murder or the attempted murder
of offlcers In high public positions.
oeconuiy, ino resolutions want tn
provldo adequate punishment by Im
prisonment or banishment of all per
sons counseling violence to' those tn
Thirdly, laws are recommended to
inuieni unarcmsiB or inose susnsctml
?l anarchlHc tendencies from enterh'S
Into this country.
fourthly, the resolutions urge upon
Congress and all States legislatures
nctlon that shall keep our land freo
fiom tho disgrace of fostering conspir
acies against the rulers of foreign
lands. This Inst recommendation la
emphasized In tho circular with red
finally, It la ordered that copies of
tno resolutions be sent to all tho lead
ing commercial bodies In the United
States, requesting their cobperatlon in
securing favorablo Congressional ac
tion on tho lines indicated In tho paper.
For groceries, ring up Dine 9U.
Washington, SopL 28 Tho dov..l..i-
ments in tho Schloy court of Inquiry
today wero stnrtllnir. -iho elaimm-n
Schley's alleged reprt-bens'lblllty wua
i bao been demonstrated, and tho
nipiopneiy or tno rotrogradu move
ment Is apparently tlio only ono of the
ten specifications tne Judgo Advocate,
now with any conridenee, relies upon
Captain McCalla, under examination
nf Schley's counsel at the mornliu
session, created a profound sensation
by statements which practically oxnn
rato Schley from dereliction at Clou
fuegos, and from charges that iio
maintained an Ineffective blockade at
Santiago, and ho contributed most lm
prs8lvoly to tho Schloy contention
that failure to executn Indiscreet rr
dors was not disobedience.
Captain McCalla denied most nod.
lively and minutely tbo assertion,
mado by Sampson and reiterated by
many olncors, that tho Hying squadron
retired twenty flvo miles off tho hir
bor of Santiago every nlirlit. I In un
on picket duty within two miles ot 11m
cntranco each night, and tho largir
ships wore never over two miles uo-
yono mm. llio blockado waa clomir
by night than by day, This confirm
ed Hear Admiral Hlgglnsan'a totl
mony and denied that of Command'
Harber of tho Texas.
Fred. Harrison, Prlnco Cupid and
Mr. und Mrs. John Nott ontortntned
tho Lilliputians last evening.
The amended answers (o three of the
defendants to the Pearl Harbor naal
station condemnation suits were filed
In tho V. S. District Court office today.
They all admit categorically tho al
legations of tho complaint which are
admlssable from their points ot view,
and then specifically indicate what
they deem their actual damages. These
arc far above the amounts named In
the complaint of the United States
Tho Honolulu Plantation Company
sets out Its damage from" the proposed
condemnation nt $200,000, besides
.which It claims t'tTt.Oij for money ac
tually paid out in Improving the land.
The Oahu Sugar Co. places Its dam-
rrJ,i!,r:o"m,,i8,,r'0'000,or,S3wairsName Mentioned But With-
The Oahu Hallway & Land Co. sas
that the railway Is constructed on land
belonging to Itself nnd not to the Dish
op Estate. Matter or tho previous
amended answer Is repeated respecting
tho public Importanco of tho railway.
It lays Its damage at J8",000. again
mentioning tho great expense of lalng
a new track.
The question of -Jury trial will be
argued beforo Judge Estce tomorrow.
CHINESE ARE CITIZENS
ban I rnnclsco, uct. 1. A decision
by tho United States 'treasury Dc -
partment affecting the status of Chi-
iiubb oorn or naturalised In tho Ha
waiian Islands beforo tho annexation
was handed down yesterday to Port
Collector Stratton. It was In tho
r08Q Of Tl LI Hnnir. It tnnrchnnt nh.
arrhed from Honolulu several weeka
ago. Tl Is a native Chinaman, but bo
enmo n citizen of Hnwnll several joan
ago. On leaving Honolulu for thi3
port Tl applied for n ccrtlflcnto to itu
micci inai no wob a merchant nnd "u
titled to lelt tho United States. Tlw
Collector Of tho Port nt Honolulu wiu
of tho opinion Hint Tl. being a natural-
iieu ruizen or nnwall at tho time nf
tho annexation, was therefore a natur
alised cltlien,of tho United Slates, not
withstanding that tho nntiirfi1l.il-.n
laws of this country extend only to h
irfmiuBiun ami Airicau races. Tho an
nexation act provides that all citizens
of Haw-all at the tlmo of annexation
bocamo citizens of tho United States.
Ihls Mow of tho Collector nt tho
iit. ui Kiiiumiii iins ocen inuorseil by
tho Treasury Dcnnrtmnnt. nn.i n..i.
lector Stratton jesterday allowed Tl fully lndlcated, but with tho mowed
WILL INVESTIGATE DOLE
New York, Sept. 27A dispatch to the Tribune from vYhlnBton
aaya: The President and Attorney General Knox, today considered the cato
of Judflt Humphreys of Hawaii. Tne latter has been fully vindicated by
both the Department of Justice and the President, and now there are cer.
tain features of his case which, It Is said, are causing President Roosevelt
and Attorney General Knox to Incline to the belief that a thorough Investl
gatlon of the Hawaiian Territorial gavernment would be advisable.
In his defense against tho charges of the Hawaiian Bar Association
Judge Humphreys made some serloas and sensational accusations against
Gewernor Dole and several of his appointees. These accusations In full havo
been laid before the President by tho Attorney General, and are contain
ed In a printed brief carefully prepared by Judge Humphreys and his coun
sel In this olty.
JACK60N .. .. '.'. '.'. '.'. ! !! !.
WILLIAMS ' ",
SCATTERING ' .' "
In addition to the coupons to be cut
from tho first page of the Bulletin,
now subscribers aro to be given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follows:
One month . ,, 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year., 100 votes
These coupons aro detachable and
must bo torn from the subscription re
ceipts and deposited In tho ballot box
the same as tho first pago coupons. It
win no seen tnnt ror s, tho subscrip
tion price ot tho Kvenlng Bulletin for
one jenr, 750 votes ore allowed to a
new suhserlucr. wherens the satno
amount of monoy would buy only in.0
vuies ii speui lor smgio copies or tno
Bulletin on tho street The sum of 14 1
Judge Humphreys Starts
for Home With
THE REPORT OF KNOX
out Authority From Him-Jmmed-
tate Removal to be Asked
of the President.
Washington. September 23. A spe
cial to tho New York Tribune
sas. Judge Humphrcjs left
Washington tonight on his wny to his
homo at Honolulu, a vastly pleased
man. Earlier In tho day ho was In
formed at tho Department of Justlto
that President Rooseielt had approcd
the findings of Attorney General Knox
1 ,n th, proceedings brought by tho liar
'Association of Hawaii for thcrcmont
of Judge Humphrey from tho tench
of tho Honolulu Circuit Court Tho
charges preferred ngalnst Judge Hum'
phrejs were that his conduct was so
austere and his rulings from tho benc'i
so rigid, ns to work Injustice to tho
law) era who practiced beforo him. and
also that ho too acthely participated In
politics through hjs proprietorship ol
n morning newspaper at Honolulu.
Judge Humphreys replied (n detail
to these charges, and In his defence
brought counter charges of a lilghlj
sensational character against his de
tractors, la) Ing tho blame at the door
of CJoernor Dole. After listening to
an exhaustive report tlio Attorney
ficncrnl sustained Judge Humphreys
at en cry point, und the President today
approcd the Attorney General's did
slon. This closes tho case as to the
accused Judge, who returns lo his du-
tlen nn tin. f.nMi nt nnn..i..i.. 4 -
; : Id,964
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will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of tho Bulletin
with the newsboys or at the business
olllce. This amount of money, if ex
changed for a receipt for a six months'
subscription to tho Ilullotlu, will so
cure 350 votes. Ono dollar for ono
ear's subscription to tho weekly edi
tion entitles the subscriber to -100
Tho prlzo oliorcd by tho Dullotln Is
on oxhlbltlnn In tho window nf ir. v.
hWlchman, 517 Fort stroot, and will bo
presented lo tho player receiving tho
greatest numoer of votes nt tho close
of tho contest Oct. 16.
Votes dopositcd at this offlco will
bo included among tho scattering until
tho contestant lias received a totnl of
io. From thnf tlmo tho names will b
. , RECEIVING ATTENTION OF
Washington, Sept. 2ft. John W.
Mackay, president of the Postal Tele-1
granh Company, the Commercial Co-
ble Company and the newly organized
Pacific Commercial Company, has been I
In Washington' for ft few days with
i ,,. . . ,,...,'
George I). Ward. lec president of the
cable company. Their mission was
til I nr inn 111 In m.iun nrrnticnttiAnt m.
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rardlns the landing prl lieges of their
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aan I rnnclsco via tlio Hawaiian Isl -
amis and Guam to Manila.
The-following statement win made
by nn ofllclal Interested In tlio project
on bolmlf nf Mackay- "Tho project la
dlffercM from nothing which has been
Dromi'cd. ns no t oiireriHnnn. Indemnt-
i:, , ,,, , :
ties or subsidies arc naked, the propo-
sltlon belnc slmnlv that If permission
, . , , . .i .. mi
to land be granted tho cnble will br
laid and tnalntalned without any cost
to tlm Government. Tho enble torn-
pany agrees to give the Government
business right of way. nnd In case of
var or other public necessity to per-
I Ml It ttlii nritili. n lin ialinn -. 1... .
'Government It furthermore- promises
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10 to KU per cent below those now
Mackay and others connected with
the new company nro hopelul that tho
concessions they seek may be granted,
but on account of tho precisions of the
Jteitv of Paris iclatlng (o tho cones-
sions granted by Spain In the Plhllp-
P4 fa a ra ivt r ro ra ra rn ru tn
Intention of stnrtlng a movement for
the removal from olllce- of Governor
Dole, nnd a complete change In the
executive department of tin Hawaiian
Judge Humphreys deehres that Har
old M Ron. ill llin lust tTnllr.,1 Cl.il.,.
Mlnlfctir to the Hi public of. Hawaii.
I nnd a son of Arthur Sew all ot Hath,
Me., tlio Democratic candidate for Vice
Pri'SllVnt In ltiSR Mill tin lirminlit f..
ward as the American party caiulldate
vto succeed Governor Dolo, whoso Imme
diate removal will be urged upon Pres
ident Roosevelt. Mr. Sewall, though
originally going to Honolulu by ap
pointment of Piesldcnt Cleveland, as
consul general, bolted the Democratic
nominees in 1896, thereby repudiating
his own father's candidacy, and has
ever slnro been a staunch Republican.
Ho is now a citizen of Hawaii, nnd has
large property Interests In tho Islands.
Judge Humphrey sns the American
Party, while comnosed ot Hennhllcnna
represents unyielding opposition to the
out missionary element In the Islands,
represented by Governor Dole and his
The ns'e of Mr. Sew nil's name In this
connection Is made without any au
thority from him. Kd, Bulletin.
San Francisco. Sept. 25. Tho Ma-
Millie Grand Ijlili-n et Pnllfnrntu .. 1,1
ronveno In this city lor tno fifty sec
ond annual communication, beginning
on tho morning of October 8th, nnj
will remain in session during tho u
luntndnr nr thnf wi1r Tim 7i i.wi..i
In Its jurisdiction will bo represented
uy uuoui juv aeicgatcs.
Tho annual reports of tho offlcerp,
rovnrtni? thn unru nt IhA ri.tnviil.
during tho year, will ho of more than
uiuuiury interest, aim cxe eeillugiy
gratifying to the membership, Ono uf
tho Interesting items will bo tho an
nouncement of tho Instituting of n
Mnsnnln lnilt.it til Mtinlln i...i,am tl...
jursidlctton ot the California Grand
1 mien. A fllaniitiontlnti una ..v.. ... I
July 4th, to twenty-flvo Masons In tl.o
i-iiiiiiiiiiiiu isiauus io insiiiuio a no-v
lodge In Manila. This gives tho Ca.l
fornla Grand Uidgo Jurisdiction, m
part at least, over suborolnatu lodg.-i
In tho now possessions, though soma
lodges in the Hawaiian and In tno
Pfllllnntnn Islnmla nni tttn-liltti. h.i...
- .....r.w .... ....(. H.U tiuiitiuj. Mill, V
tho Jurisdiction of tlio Grand l-odgo ot
i.iiKiunci, nnu somo unuer tno author
ity of other European grand lodges. A
now lodge was also Instituted at Ox
nard, Ventura country, for which a
dispensation waa issued April lOtli.
Tho present membership within tho
jurisdiction la fntlv 91 nnft ....in ..
nearly J200 during tho year.
SampHon Is Refused.
WAahtnc-fnn Rt.nl 97 .lmlpttl
Sampson today mado format applica
tion to bo represented by counsel In
tho Hrhlnv rniirl nf Innnlrv lmt lltn
court promptly denied his request,
holding that be was not at present a
party to tho Investigation.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packbges to any
part of tbo city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621,
Packages shipped to
all parts ot tho United
States and Kuropo.
Olllce, 1047 Ilothol 8L.
opposite Honolulu Market
pines prior to American occupation of
tho Islands, some doubt exists as to the
''s'lt nf tne Government to grant such
J" "" '" ,,k',, to a ,,rlvnl cor
.,,.i.i.,i.. n . , 1-1
""""InRlun. Oct. 1. There wero flv
of the eight members of tho Cabinet
prcs(;nt nt ,,,,. meeting-Attorney
- at . '
central nnoi, secretaries Long, Hitch
cock: nB, Wson and Postmistcr Gen-
era, Hmun. Tho principal subject dls-
'cujjcj wns that of a cable to Hawaii,
Ginra and tho Philippines. Proposl-
uonn havo been made to la) n com-
mcrcial cable from San Francisco to
connect these Islands, nn.1 tho question
under discussion was whether under
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"" I' ue.u) wim spam ine unuea
states could authorize or in any way
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'""""w "' "ijins oi men a CUBIC DJ
under a franchise obtained from
Spain some tlmo before tho lato war
the cxcluslvo right to cable connec
,0na with the Philippines was secured
bv n farrln, ..,,,,-. i tt.t.. !..
pated llsclf to protect nil property
rigins in tne nrchlpelngo, nnd tho ques.
Hon now at Issue Is whether pcrmls-
slon to arid the proposed cable at Ma-
nlla or some other Philippine port
would be a vlohtlon of (ho terms of
the Paris treaty. The Attorner Oon-
cril will prepare n statement for tho
President covering1 all Uio Questions
ns i m na n p rc y na m ra f ?
A tortnln iinrtfnr- nf hn iinn.n t..iA
party In the city Is von warm Just
now over whnt fhtv I.Alli.in tr i.n..
ilwen nt attempt on the part of certain.
r'"" tw Buuaiuuii- ior ino peuii'm
to tho President of tho United State i
asking that Robert V. Wilcox bo madi
tho next Governor of this Territory,
another wbleh had tho uamo of Hen
ry B. Cooper substituted.
ThO rPCf-lnt nf nnv, rnrninllm k..
presentation of tho bona tide petition
ns passed upon by the Homo HuId
narty hern iomn (tin vmLa m n .w.
to tho President ot tho United State
by Secretary KalauokalanL which
camo tn tha Hfnrrn Innav hna A....
tho supporters of Mr. Wilcox no on.l
of satisfaction. It shows conclusively
that tho underhanded niivmnt .f Ana-
tain unscrupulous Homo Rulers hi
gone ror nnught
A prominent Home Itulcr was soon
this mnrnlne nhnut thn miM. n
tho following la what he had to say
u nnvu ucen on a snarp lookout
for certain parties under suspicion, but
WO ham not hpnn nhln tn .i. a..
.. ,-- - - "- Jfc Will
hands on them jot. That nn attcmnt
was mauo to substitute another for
tho bona Ado petition sent to Wash-
ineton la Wl-H Lnnwn 111 iifl IIa.va.a.
it seems a well grounded fact tfiat, thU
very wuicniuinoss ot ours has pro
Tented all, l Ami nn .tin tin- ..f hA
trnlturs to tho party."
Helena, Mont , Oct. 2. James Ed
Ward llradv. who fommltlrd nn nn
Usually brutal nsssult nnnn flvn.vf.nr.
old Ida Pticslev In Ifplnnn vAaturilnv
was taken from the Jail abont 1 o'clock
this mornlrig by a mob and hanged to n
telegraph pole In tho Haymarket square
about three blocks from tho Jail. The
crowd was orderly nnd after the man
had been hanged It quietly dispersed.
j m .
Frank Llllln Back.
Frank Milts, ono of the No. 319 aland
drlvci s who went to San Kmnrl.cn
nbout n month ago, returned In tho Si
erra mis morning. While there, Mr
Mills attended to the shipment of n
lot of horses, hav ami train in niln in
sailing vessels, ho having been sent lo
ino i-oast uy pirties In tho Rainy City
ior ems particular purpose. Mr. Mills
will resume his duties at the old stand
on Union street Monday noxt.
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