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Voii. XI. No. 1070.
HONOL17LU, TKltKlTOKY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. OOTOIJKR 8. 11101
Phiob 5 OENT8.
IN MAUI TOWNS
Courthouse and Jail
LAIIAINA IS WITHOUT
DECENT WATER SUPPLY
Visit of Superintendent Boyd and As
sistant Campbell to -Wailuku
Reservoir and Other
'We, saw enough to keep the Public
Works Department buoy for the next
II e or six years."
These words prcfared a more ex
Illicit answer by Marstun Campbell,
Assistant Superintendent of l'ulillo
Works, to tho question of whst Super
intendent J. II. IJoyd and himself bail
Km on their offlclul trip to M.uil. IJu
'There Is twelve nillrts of roiid from
Wailuku to Maalaea Ila for which
there Is an appropriation of ?.".0')u,
when .10,000 will be needed to put It
In proper shape. We 'hull let them
liuo tho $5000 so fur lift It will ko to
ward putting In brldKf h and drainage,
"The water workB reservoir In bidly
c nuked. It won't bold water. 1h
wulls are only a foot thick to hold ten
ful of water. All that run he dune at
priMnt la to patch It up ami Wp It
only half full."
Mr. Campbell wan disinclined ( talk
about the cause for such a condition ot
this' new work. The reservoir win
built by da'8 work after the bids were
found to be away above the ei-tliii.ites.
There la suspicion ahom the iiuulltv
of tlie cement used In Its coiihtriiLtlon
Without any need of questioning tbu
mile lata, however. It Is well Known that
the Wailuku- reservoir Ih a piece of
flagrant botchwork. It was not done
. under the present public werksud-
'I-ahalna? Lahalna Is In u very bad
condition," said Mr. Camphedl. "Tbu
watir supply Is bad In fact, them 1
no water supply. The people depend
on.holes dug In the Krouud for water.
Tsphold and malarial fevers, with a
gi ncr.illy poor sanitary condition, re
"there Is a good tuad of water at
I.alialnaluna school. This Ik being;
ntlllml by tho plantations nuder leaso
irom tho school, which can be termi
nal d at any time. A Hunll proportion
of this water would, however, supply
tlm town of Lahalna. The watir head
le fill) feet above sea level.
"The Lahalna courthouse needs re
pairs auil thero uro obnoxious out
houses to be removed.
"Tho courthouse at Wailuku Is a dls
graco to any civilized community, and
the Jail U worse. Ah for the reservoir,
tlu-re Ih only 13600 for the two yean
in.ilnte nance ot tho water works,
whli.h will only leave enough tojlx a
few holes. "Wo are going ahead In
pretty good shape In Honolulu, con
sidering tho lack of money. The trou
ble la wc cannot get any more material
out of the quarry at Puluma to finish
King street from Lllllia strtet to thj
bridge, which Is the worst part, nor to
mmplctu Ucrctanla street extension
which would take oft the traffic whllo
King street was closed on account ot
t tut finishing operations.
"However, we contemplate putting in
a small crushing plant in Houghtnlling
lane, which will be ruther slow work.
Wu cannot undertake to mauidamlze.
King street quickly with tho small
O usher. It would take monti.s.
"Some changes will be made In
bridges In the Kancohe district."
What's worth doing is worth doing
well. Take your printing and develop
ing to the Honolulu Photo Supply Co
Iltst work at lowest prlccs.y "
Everybody knows that
College Hills, with Its fine
nlr, good views, water sup
ply, car scrvlco and good
neighborhood It! IIuucilulu's
Hut not everyone, realizes
thnt College Hills lots me
so much lower priced than
ihosa In tho hot, low-lying
district, with no Uew or car
A third of anncro lot for
1000 Is only 6 cents per
Easy terms, too. Consult
tho Sales Agents.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
TIM CAPE MY
London, Oct. 21. "Mr. Kruegcr has
received a report from President
Srhalk Burger that the greater part
ot Cape Colony Is In open rebellion,"
sas a dispatch to tho Dally Mall
from Dussels, "and that tho Ilocre
have armed fifteen thousand Afrikan
ders within tho las. threa months.
Referring to the mowmenta of Pro
fessor P. de Martens, of the Univer
sity of St. Petersburg, who Is also a
member of tho Uusslan Privy Coun
cil, the llrussels correspondent of thn
Standard denies fhnt he has any mis
sion from the Husslan Government
bearing upon the South African sltua
tlon, and asserts that Ilocr circles In
IlrusKels discredit the possibility of
f ONE OP THE .POUR.
. Ilernard Walther, the Ilelglan vio
llntst, with the Iloston Concert Com
pany took his audience captive. Never
was such a violinist heard hero before.
Ho held the audience spellbound whllo
ho pin eel, thrilling them with his
depth of passion nnd tenderness of hU
Today he ranks with Muan ns ono of
the four greatest living violinists.
New Orlcani Picayune.
T0Y0 RISEN KA1SHA TO
DUPLICATE PACIFIC MAIL
Company Has Been Doing Prosperous
Business and Paid 12 Percent
Dividend Out of Reserve
Tnccimu, CM. 2U. Oriental advices
received bete state that two splendid
uew btciiinshlpB, similar In alzo and
speed to the Korea nnd Siberia, are to
bo built in Japan by the Toyo Klsen
Hnlsha and placed In operation tie.
tween Hongkong aud San Francisco.
'An "announcement to thin effect Is
mado by the Japan Herald ot Yoko
hama, which says that the Japanese
line does not Intend to fall behind the
l'ucltlc Mall Steamship Company In
Bize and capacity ot its steamers.
The company has been doing a very
prosperous business In consequence of
Its liberal rail and steamship connec
tions at San Francisco. That Its traf
fic has betn profitable Is shown by tho
tact that a' 12 per cent dividend was
declared at Its annual meting held
three weeks ago.
Tim mnni-v fur thn rnnAtmr.ttnn nf
the new steamers will bo taken partly
from the reserve funds. Tho balance
w III be raited by mi Issue of debenture
As the rousting trade of Japan Is
well supplied with steamer lines, tho
Nippon Yuscn Kalshn, operating to
Seattle, has decided to extend Its lines
to Korea nnd North China. Vice Pres
ident Kuto U now arranging new
routes in thcte countries.
LIQUOR LICENSES FORM
THE STAPLE OF BUSINESS
Light Wine Changed to Liquor Retail
Licenses Supperintendent Boyd
Tells the Governor About
Liquor licenses mado up most of thn
business ut the (Inveruor'H Council
tills morning, thn rest bolng the hear
ing of the Superintendent of Public.
Works, .1. II. ln)d'H, account of tilti
trip to Maul.
J. W. Ahh wants a light wine aud
beer House for a plaeii on tho road
to Makawno and Witlinea valleys, Ka
uai. Ills application wuh referred to
tho sheriff of Kuiiul.
A. K. Sharp's application for a light
wine and beer license at Walohlnu
was referred to thn sherU of Hawaii.
Kherlff Andrews having approved of
the application of (liorge do Souza tor
a retuil liquor license Instead of the
light wine and beer one he has held.
Treasurer Wright was tutthorUeil to
C. IJadilnkt', besides wanting to nx
change his light wlnu and beer llcensit
tor n retail liquor license, desired In
change his plai o of btisluesi from Pu
palkou to Plllinniiu. Sheriff Andrews
again npprowd under conditions m
to tho plan of building, etc., and thn
application was gi noted accordingly
i i m
BOOSIiVELT AT YALH.
Washington, Oil. 2 J. President
HoosoH'lt will spend a day in Farm
Ington, Conn tho summer home, of his
i-lster, Mrs. Cow let, heforo going to
New Haven, where ln Is to liavn tho
degree pf l.L. IJ. conferred upon him
by Yale Unlveislty. Accompanied by
Secrctnry Corteljifti, tho President will
leave WuBhlngton tomorrow nftornoon.
arriving In I'urmiugton on Tuesday
COOPER MAKES PLEA
FOR CHINESE LABOR
Washington, Oct. 18. Henry E. Cooper, Territorial Secretary and for several month prior to his depart
ure for the United States Acting Governor of Hawaii, has discussed with Secretary of Agriculture Wilson the
conditions In the Territory.
One of the main alma of Mr. Cooper's trip here l to acquaint the Administration with the actual situation
In Hawaii In his conference with Secretary Wilson he emphasized the seriousness of the labor problem. Tho
natives are dying off rapidly, the mortality being In the neighborhood of forty deaths to the thousand, and foreign
laborers are getting out of the country much more rapidly than they are coming In.
The encouragement of Chinese labor, said he, Is regarded as the most promising solution and the Territo
rial Government It anxious that large numbers of laborers shall come In from China. The sugar cane crop, that
should have been harvested at tho beginning of July, he said, Is not yet off the field and will not be harvested
before next month. The coffee Industry Is languishing and many things that should be raised there have to bs
bought outside the Islands. i
Mr. Cooper called at the Interior Department today and finally revised his annual report, which he has sub
mitted to Secretary Hitchcock.
He says all experiments have shown that the Americans are not fitted for labor In the Islands and that
there It nothing to do but to get fo'elgn labor.
Mr. Cooper says this In no wise will affect the labor conditions In the United States, as the entrance of for
eign labor already It sufficiently guarded against here. He points out that $20,000,000 worth of machinery and
similar supplies had to be bought from the United States for use In Hawll during the last year and said that
Improved conditions there would advance commercial relations here. He will leave for Hawaii next Thursday.
r'. fa rn M Rn r la ra rs ru M fa r rs ! im r ptj r,i m m m ha .s Pa m r fi in pj f m Pe r-i is p.a t ? t
SHOWERS IN HAIHAKUA
THREE INCHES REPORTED
IN SOME SECTIONS
Forester Haughs on Reluming from
Puna Obtained Telephonic Infor
mation at Kawaibae from
Divld Haughs, the government for
cbter, returned In the Kluau from a
llt to thu Puna forests.
At Knwalhac on his return he tele ''D8 his depanoro Irom Honolulu Inr
phoned to Kokainu about the rain and I Washington, thu preten.o here ot
was informed that.thnXall at Kukalau ' "''. i?X''IlJL,u. 'm
. . . ,". ,, ,.v . ,. Hawaiian Tcnitory, nasj excited cou-
bad been two and a naif inches.. It gunman BOSlUl, 0ucernin)t Hawaiian
waa reported as three Inches In other DOiiticn. Although Mr. Cooper sloutly
parts of the district. From the steamel denies 'that ho brexuebt with him tho
Hntnakua was seen to be all overcast usignatlon of Ouvcruor Dole, ns was
with clouds; so that tbo bencflrcnt reiorted to bo tbo case wheu he land
rains in the drouth-smitten district eu Bt Krnuclsca last wock. It is
might bo expected to continue. neerthelesa true that Interest In tho
ii..i.. r...A ,i... ..... in seueral subject of Hawaiian politic
Mr. Haught found the forcsta In ccnUn that nC AGoy.
Ihini to consist of a good deal of Bcruhjtrnor jjojca only known cause for
with a few spots of larger growths, lucslrlng to bo released from the bur
The hala or pandanus tree abounds, Ucus oi ollko would bn thu completu
but It Is not regurded as very valuable, vindication secured here by his polltl
Its leavca are used by the nntlvea in rnl enemy. Judge Abram S. Humph
weaving hat and mat material. The K- '" "" that fact could not haMi
principal habitat of tho hala Is toward een known nt Honolulu when Secre
.1... kA.h lory Cooper left thero mom than two
mo Dcarn. we-eks ago. It Is regarded ns highly
All over the 1840 ln. flow tho ohla improbable that the Governor lormal
ttce Is coming up by thousands. Mj has aiked to bu njllove-d.
Mr. Haughs says tho sugar cane both I At the name time It Is admitted that
In Puna and Ohm looks fine. "Iuna business ot much greutur Impoitnuce
plantation Is a good thing," ho says, than that of preparing Ida annual io
"and so is Olaa." It will take sorno lort brought Mr. Cooper hero nt this
months yet to complete tho Installation
pf machinery In Olaa mill.
PRISONERS FKCM KAUAI
Tho following prisoners were
broughl from Kauai In the W. (1. Hall
Sunday for safekeeping, they having
been committed for trial to the Clr-
cult Court: Jonnlto Rebera, burglary
and larceny In tho second degree, from
Wnlmta; Hcrone Rodrlgucs, burglary,
from Walmca; Alfredo Carpus, lar
ceny In the se-cond degree, from Koloa;
Antonio Hill, accessory, from Walmca;
Ileurlques Hantanna, larceny In the
jeeond degree, from Walmea; Antonio
Ileyou, nrccssory, from Wnlmea. Tho
prli-oncrs are all Porto Rlcans. News
of thefts and burglaries by these pco
rl in Wnlmea and Koloa, were pub
lished In tho Ilulletln a few days ago.
iHlund Anm xei b.v imglnnd.
London, Oct. 21. The llrlllsh cruls
tr l'jlailos leports. lajs a dispatch to
hn Dally Mall from Svdnoy, Ni'W
South Wales, thnt she has nnnoicd
Oroan Islnnd, west of the Ollhvrt lsl
iinds. The Island, which hns hitherto
been a Ilrltlsh protectoralo, is rich In
CanndlunH Hurprlsc Boern Lnnijer
Pretoria, Oct. 20. A force of Ca
nndlnn scouts surprised n Ilocr laager
near Ilalmoral. Tho Doom Heel after
u short light. Tho Canadians had two
killed and one officer and two men
WELLS, FARGO SCO's
On and After Norinbr 1st,
the agency for WIJLLS,
I'AliGO (V CO'rt IJXPKUSS
will l'f In the iifhce of the
UNION EXPRESS COMPANY.
ISO Kind Ptrcet.
TELnHONG HAIN 86.
ASKED TO REMOVE DOLE
ON THE LOCAL FIGHT,
Secretary Cooper Called on to Present
Dole Government's Defense
-Roosevelt Will Give
Washington, Oct. 1. A special
the New York Trlbiinu says:
In view ot tho circumstances attend
juncture, in spite ot his assertion that
ho came hciu for no otucr purposx,
Copied ot Honolulu papers which were
brought on the steamer that Mr. Coop
er came on recited, under sensational
headlines, uu embarrassing legal trou
ble precipitated upon him thu night
before be called (rum the Insular cap
ital. It la suspected that this tioublii
was Instigated by tho leaders nf thi
opposition of the Dolu party, and that
ll fairly exemplified the political tur-
""'" uml IB ll,s ,nu wnoio nunuu
tetratlon of government In tho islands.
A few hours alter irctddcul Roose
velt approved tho Attorney (leneral's
vindication of Judge Humphreys last
Thursday, tho Judge left Washington
for Honolulu with tbo avowed Inten-
Hon of forvlng Governor Dole out of
otllio. Judge Humphreys suceeedeil
whllo here in working un consldeinhls
sentiment againtt Governor Do'c, and
lelt the mnnngemeut of tho light
against tho Governor In capable hands.
no declared that Harold M. Sewn 11.
formerly of Math, Mo, unci now on
ut the richest nnd most Influential
citizens ot Hawaii, wuu thn enndlelats
of thnt element of Republicans In
Hawaii known as tho Aninriian nartv.
nnd bat Mr. Snwall's candidacy to
mi.i.i.i-,1 inivi-iiuir iiuio niretioy uaf
enlisted iowerful lnUueui.es in its
support In this country.
ll is Known that the anti-Dole tin
of thn ruso ulrendy has been then
oughly presented to President lloors-
volt, and though Be-eretarv Coooor
ti.bbornly rufiise-n to dlsemi the uut
lect for publication, thorn Is excellent
re.u-on for asserting tbat no hai ap
pl.ecl through Iho proper channels for
an-nppoitunlty to lay before th Pree
MvDt in omiila form a defence of Gov
ier Dole.' Meuutlmo, the a.HI-Dolo
tf.npln are bringing to bear upon thu
President all the InHuence nt their
command for an ourly change In tho
government at Honolulu. It Is not
o: all likely, howovcr, that tin Presi
dent will act without hearing fully ii.'
lii Ir side of thu coutrovor.iv.
Up to tho preej'nt Juncture Mr.
Cooper lias dlsLUShCd tho mutter only
with Secrctniy Hitchcock, under
whoso department tho Hawaiian Gov
eminent is rondtated, though how Mr
Hitchcock stands Ih not known. Alto
e;other, It Is likely that tho case will
stir up n pretty lively row In Wash
Ington at nn curly dato.
Minneapolis. Oct. 20. Commander
In Chief UU Torrance of thci Grand
riny of thu Republic lodny gnvo out
the following anpolntments: .Tudgo
advocate general. OcnornJ Henry M.
Diilllluld. Dot roll I chief ot staff. Ma-
lor A. Noel Itlakoman, Mount Vernon,
IN 'S H
.WEDDING OF ARTHUR WALL
AND HARRIET LEWERS
To Take Place in St. Andicw's Catkc-
dral - This Evening Re
ception at Halekulani
The wi-dding of Mr. Aitlnir Freclcr
(ik Wall mid Miss Harriet !.aman
Uewcrs. daughter of Mr. ami Mis
Itobi-rt Letters, both of this city, will
tnkii place In St. Andrew's Cathedral
this otcnlng at half-past S o'en'.
Itev. AloMiuder Mackintosh will per
form tho ceremony nnd Vray Taj lor
will preside at thu organ, playing mu
y,e appriiprlutn to the oc-iaslun. Tim
church will bo prettily decorated and
will undoubtedly bu crowded to the
doors with tho bundled of friends of
the popular youifg people.
After tho curemouy at thn Cathedral
where for many years the groom has
been a member of Lie tholr, the brl
ilal party and Imlted guests will pro
reed to tho homo of the hildu's par
ents nt Halekulani, walkllcl, when
there will be a leceptlon from half
past nine until 10 o'clock. The resi
de ncn has been beautifully decorated
for this occasion nnd there Is no
doubt whatever that tho place will be
A pouect bower of delight tonight.
Natlvo musicians have been cmplo)cd
and the music thnt the. two oung puo
pin nne listened to from their Hunt;
cy will bo again repeated
The lirlilo will of course bo given
away by her father, Mr. Robert Low
ers, one ot tho pioneer business men
of Honolulu Tho best nmn will he
Charles Weight and thu maid of honor
MIkh Helen Horcnson. rotllwlng will
bo the hiidesmnlds: Miss May Da
mon, Miss Kate Paty. Miss Knthryu
Wldilllleld. Miss Jennie (llfrard. Miss
Irmgard Schnefer and Miss Margie
Peterson. Thu following jouug men
will net us ushers' Dr. A If led C. Wall,
J. O Curler. Jr.. Harry l'cnliallow.
Merle lohuson. Wade Armstionc and
W. II llabbltt.
Pnvor Cluinije In Yucht UulldlrjJ
Chicago. Oct. 20, Sir Thumns Lip-
ton ileel.eie-s himself lu favor of a
change In eonstiuctluu of challengcis
nnd defenders ot thu America's cup
'Tho ynchts should bo something
morn than mere racing maehlnes,"
suld Sir Thomas. "Tin- present yachts
are not sufe. Should thu tup CMr
cross to tho other side tho ihullcngor
would have to be built according to
Ilrltlsh Ideas of stability."
Sir Thomas will leau tonight fur
Hartford. Conn. Oct. !. Rear Ad
mlral Francis M. lluuee. United States
Nuvy (retlnd), died today nt his home
hcie. Admiral Hume's death, whllu
sudden, wns not entirely unexpected,
as his family had been warned to ex
pect tho worst.
Tolophone the K.VKNING IIIILLU
TIK, Main 2C, If you have books to ba
mado, printing tu bo done, etc., etc..
and we will call. We havo men that
know their business for thut purpose.
Tho dead are never sick. Conse
quently, diseases may bo classified as
affections of tho liver.
The Merclraqls' Parcel Deliver)
nclUors packhFcs to nny
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone blue 621.
Pnckages shipped o
all parts of tho United
States and Kuropu.
Ofllco, 1017 Ilothol St.,
opposite Honolulu Mnrket
IIHPOitTANT DECISION ON
Atlanta, Oa., Oct. 20. Judge W. T
Newman of the United States Dlntr'c.
Court has handed down nn iplnlon o
Interest to the mercantile, commiiull.
and the legal profession at lufj;e. 'lb
Hupieme Court of tho United Slate
I'Rt, decided, under n section ot Ih
bankruptcy law, that a pameut n
cdwd by a iredltor of a hniil.rui
vlihin lour months preceding the h
tng of thn petition must be sarieude
iv I before the creditor shall ju allot
cut to proe his claim In baulnupic,
wi'tther the payment was rocii.'v
knowingly or not.
Another section ot the bankrupt!
net authorizes a set-ott to a truill.
who has received a preference for ti
amount uf goods which nnd been soi.
to the bankrupt subsequent to tbu
payment n-ielwd If the goods entered
Into and beenme a part uf tho bank
rupt estate. Tho question before
Judge Newman wus as to whether
such u set-olf would bo allowed lu thx
case of a creditor whose prclcrcucp
was not knowingly received.
Jmlirn Nfiunmti holds thnt thn if.nff
I utllllllll li, nllllUf.il ,1.1 l.ttl It, nlluoa
whim the payment was Innocent! To
rched ns in cases wiiero It wns not.
Judge Newman subsequently pasted
an order authorizing the trustee to
tuKo thu case to the Circuit Court of
Appeals at New Orleans lor linluvr
IT ESTATE MT
J. M. MONSARRAT FINDS
J FACTS IN THE CASE
i Replication of Petitioner in Bidwell
Case Claims the Will Did
Not Create a
J. M. Moiisnrrat has made a report
us master on thu petition of John Dora-
nils Holt anil James Hnblnson Holt,
and the answer thereto of Henry
iiniin. trustee or the cstatu of It. w
Holt, deceased. The petition was that
the trustee bo directed to pay Into
court J'Jlll.70, one-half for each uctl
tinners benefit, that being thu amount
deducted Irom thu Incomo of tho es
tate by the trustee to repay advances
muile by Ilruce Cartwrlgut, thu former
trustee, to the petliloucrs through
tueir sure ossiu guardians. The mat.
tcr finds the fuels In the matter, but
iiiuki-s no leeouiinenuaiiuus. i to mas
"I am satisfied from nn examination
of tho ouchcrs thnt Mr. Cartwrlght
actually mh anted lo J. I), mid J. It.
Holt J-1S1.10 more than the amount
of their net Income receUcd by him
during the period between September
1. 1S!)J, and Juno 12. 19U0. and I so
report. Iheso uihanees weru made
against Interest and rents iluu and tul
le liable nt tho tlino ot transfer of tbo
K W. Holt Lstute to Mr. Cartw right's
In tho matter of tho guardianship ot
l.ei)ii isiciiois niuweli. Hatch Ac till
llmnn for petltlomr file a replication,
I hey quote tho entire will of John
Undid llldwcll .and claim mat Its
fourth clause relating i tho petition-
e. does not create a tmst but .s inein-
ly dlicctory to tne uxecutors,
in the appeal or defendants lu Hu
-ululii liiM'stment Co, vs. Helen Row
land nnd others, It Is stipulated by
Gcoigu A. Davis and Roucitsoq ti
Wilder for plaintiff that Helen Row-
laud and James Prosser may hau un
til December 1 to iile exceptions.
A. a. cjicghorn, by his attorneys.
Robertson & Wilder, flies oblectloni
tn tho bill of exceptions of Knplolanl
Estate' in Its suit against him on ap
peal to tne Siiipiemo cjourt.
Ilcforo Judge Gear tho Jury trial of
John II I'stntc vs. Mela, case ot land
title, was lesumed this morning. At
recess tho Orpheuiu foreclosure case
v.is taken up.
Mon War, the Chinese attorney Just Klnlcy munument committee, to take
recently admitted to practice in tho place In his olllco nt 11:30 tomorrow,
courts, hud his nrst rase lu the Polito At this meeting tho Governor will an
Court this forenoon, Ho appeared for nounin tho names of tho cxccutlvo
a Chinaman. Thoacnse was continued committee ot nine left to his appoint
until tomorrow. ' i went nt last meeting.
TIIKRIi are cral IninJiv-l school
cliilJtcn In Honolulu and must
of the- will neeJ a new pair
of school shoe. m,
What we want Is n sell all or most
of these shoes, and have m.Ue extensive
preparations to tint effect We have
what we believe to be the bcit line of
school shoes In the country in
HAMILTON unci IIP.OWN
SECURITY SCHOOL KllOli
1 hey are imJe of the very best mater
ials by reliable workmen, anil they're
made tu stauJ (he wear.
SO BUYS A PAIR
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
1057 rOflT 8TIIBT.
ight Persons Will
URY IS EMPANELED
FOR PLUMBERS' CASE
rhe Court Allows Answer to Be
Amended Admiralty Suit
Continued for Two j
Weeks. Ihc Grand Jury In the United States
District Court presented eight Indict
ments as truo bills this morning. A
the Indicted persons were not yet un
der arrest, the indictments were plac
ed on the closed flln.
The admiralty case of Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. vs. Schooner
Dora Illuhin wus continued until Mon
day, November 11.
C. It, llruwn vs. T. K. Davidson and
others, commonly known ns thu
Plumbing Trust rose, wns called.
Thomas Fitch for the plaintiff moved
to strike thu answer of defendants
from tho Hies, but the court ordered
that the defendants could amend their
uuswer by attaching an alDdatit to It.
(.'. C. Hitting was entered of counsel
for defendants with Magoon & Thump,
Several Jurors having been excused.
tho following were sworn Just before
noon to try the case:
D. H. Whitman, A. S. Prcsrolt, John
I). Holt. K. II. Porter, Geo. II. Turner.
II. K. Davidson, Win. J. Illekcy, J. A.
Hughes. It. M. Duncan, Chns. Nntlcy
Jr., II. Klemmc and Stanley Stevenson,
Trial Jurors not engaged aru excused
until 2 o'clock tomorrow.
Dr. W. i:. Taylor received the sad
news by the transport Solace of the
ittatli ot his only child, the wife ot
Lieutenant I'ltnnenter of tbo V. 8.
Navy. .Mrs. I'anncntor leawa no chil
dren. She was u niece of the late Ad
JUMPBD OFF CAM.
Whllo two cars with N. G. II. men
from .the drill weru following a regu
lar passenger car on tho way to the
power hoiibo about & o clock yester
day afternoon, nearly a panic was
cnuMod in the regular car. Tbu ona
next behind it was coming pretty fast
when the regular stopped to take on
or lot oft n.iHKoni-iirH at thn tilneilnn
nf l.mmllln Klrniii nnd Alnnnl Htrnnts.
Although the special put on brakes
'n, tho regular hud got under way
again, two women Jumped off tho lat-
tcr ear In fright. One en them ap
peared to h.no lamed herself by thu
C.OLGOSZ DIUD OCT. 38.
19. One week
bu Czolgoss' last
day on earth if tho present plana of
.the Statu prison officials are carried
'nut -Tin, ,iliin lit tn nvnrntn thn ajiiulh-
slu at break nf day on me morning
or Monday, October 2ith.
The .McKlnlcy Monument.
Governor Dole will advertise In the
morning organ a meeting of the Mc-
'lint will pletse the
Children and Parents