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Vol. XI. No. 1984.
HONOLULU, TKHItlTOKl OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. NOYKMHKH 2 1901
Pkioe 5 Cents.
HKRHKr?ty i - .. W -W WFxvwlF''f
WFfrr li fl
ARE NOW WHi
Seeking to Discredit
Lane and His
GEORGE CARTER GIVES
LIE TO STORY ABROAD
Memters of Territorial Committee Now
Asking, "Where are We at"
A certain gang In the city, a gang
well known irom previous dealings ol
the same nature, has spread the report
that John C. I-nne, the young llnwnll
nn whom the Kcrubllcan Territorial
Committee voted down ns n member
of the executive committee nt the noto
riously notorious meeting of Monday
last, had been turned down nt n caucus
of the icxccutlvo committee of ths
Urth Dlstrlit. held previous to ths
meeting referred to.
"John lan.e waB turned down by his
own district and therefore It could
hardly be expected of the Territorial
committed to appoint him on tbo cen
tral committee, said tneso stainless
jugglers ot tbu truth fno ahsnluici
lalslty of this statement now being
spread nbrcad by thosu who would
have the rank and file of the Ilepub
lit an party believe that Monday's bus
iness was all according to lloyle,
without even thtt palming of n card. Is
best brought out by au interview this
morning with George It. Carter.
This gentleman, one of the members
of the Pennto, an active worker In tbo
Fifth, and, what Is more Important In
this little political mix-up, the chair
man of the executive commluce of the
Fifth District, had the following to say
whin asked It Mr. Ijmu hail been
turned down at a caucus of that body:
'There Is absolutely no truth in that
statement. I am the chairman of ths
committee and I would certainly know
If any caucus had been jailed to turn
down Mr. Lane. Furthermore, I do not
believe that the Fifth Dlftilct would
oven think' of turning down Mr. Lane,
for ho has proved himself too valuable
n worker In tho interests of the lie
These very brief remarks from Mr.
Curler are given out, not to silence the
men who nre spreading the report ro
ferred to, for their stamp Is well
enough known, but to show the public
what famous truth aud integrity Jug
glers there are In the city.
The reason for the spreading of tho
report about Mr. Lane Is ns plain as
the recent action ot the Territorial
lommlttee, by virtue of the big proxy
vote. It Is another one of those under
handed attempts to discredit Mr. Lane
iitid the position which men Interested
In the party weal and not the party
woo have, taken as a result of the uo
lion of tho Territorial committee.
It Is an attempt, furthermore, to bol
ster up the action of tbo cominltteii
mid to ronko It appenr that there vvn
no other alternative than to put la
another man. However, the Jugglers
miss one point. It Mr. I.une was turn
ed down, then why In the name of
common Justice was the man picked
nut tiy tho Territorial committee us a
nominee In his plate, taken from the
Fourth instead of the Fifth District,
There Is a problem iu mental arithme
tic that has a very bad tasting answer
uud gives tho lie to the claim of tho
jugglers that In turning down I.ano
ns n mtn not wnnted by the Fifth Dis
trict they' acted for tho good of the
party. The good of the party, fortooth,
Ilnthur say. the good of tho element
that has gone Into mlnutu study of
the Ulaek Art.
Hut what of the Territorial commit
tee? From observation since the
meeting of Monday, It would seem
that there are thoso who have been
suffering sorao qualm of conBclencH
nnd have seen that a big mistake has
The steamer Knltia Is soon to be
given an overhauling to prepare her
for the work on the I'earl Hlver bar
to be done In connection with th
Everybody knows that
College Hills, with its fine
air, good views, water sup
ply, car Bcrvlco anil good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
Hut not everyone realizes
that College Hills lots are
so much lower priced than
those In tho hot, low-lying
district, with no view or ear
A thlrd-of-an-acre lot for
$900 Is only 0 centB per
Hasy terms, too. Consult
the Sales Agents.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
NATIVE 10 WHS
TOO W TO WORK
"Yes, that mau beat me. Ho struck
me with his list and then hit mc in the
back of the head with a lump of dirt.
He Is a lar.y man who stays at homo
and never raises his hand to do a
stroke of work. I make lets and sit
all day on the sldewnlks selling flow
crs to make a little money. All my
profits arc eaten up In food and clothes
tor myself and that man. He takes
my money and goes off on a spree.
He has not worked for years, and I
liave .supported him all tbu time. He
nas treated mo snamciuity nun now I
can stand It no longer."
This Is tho statement made by Ka
maka, a native woman. In the l'ollco
Court today when called upon to tes
tify against her huslmnd on tbo
charge of assault and battery. Tho
man said In his own defense that ho
bad gone to sell Mowers with bis wifcj
for a short time, at her request, bin
tbat he bad quit doing tbls becauso
he did not believe It proper work for
a man to do. A long time ago ho used
to work along the wnnrves.
J nil go Wilcox told Kaalkala that bo
believed him to be a lazy good-for-non-Ing,
and sentenced him to ten days'
imprisonment at hard labor for assault
on his wife.
SLIGHT CLASH WITH
RAPID TRANSIT PEOPLE
Raising of Grade and Its Relation to
Tramways Under Recent
There wus a slight clash between the
Hapld Transit nnd the Hoads and
llrldges gangs at I'nlama yesterday.
The road c rew, operating W. C. Achl's
wagons, attempted to femove material
excavated by the perntncnt way crew
of the electric car lhte. As tho latter
needed the debris for filling back, they
first protested and then offered a prac
tical remonstrance In the form of
lmrrlcHdo of steel rails. This, ended
the Incipient embrogllo.
What the road workers wanted the
earth for was to fill up the new grade
of King street crossing the rice plan
tation. In times of flood tho road at
this point Is often from one to four
feet under water.
The Hawaiian Tramways Company's
truck, occupvlng the upper side of the
road, will require to be raised to con
form to tbo new grnde. This require
ment does not put the Tramway "In
ii pocket" for good. A recent decision
of the Supreme Court Is to tho effect
that the Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany Is.not required by Ks franchise to
build the streets anew, every time the
grnde Is (.hanged whero Its tracks run.
It has first to lay Its rails according
to the grade It receives fim tho gov
ernment, then maintain the surface of
Its permanent way to grudc extending
two nnd n half feet on either side of
Therefore, If the government by al
teration of grade put the tramway "In
a pocket." the government will have to
lift It out of the pocket and establish
Its mule feet In the way.
Mothers on;l Tmchcmt.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Mothers' and Teachers' Club was held
yesterday, the most Important business
of the afternoon was the consideration
of the question of public playgrounds
for the Iiovh nnd girls of Honolulu ns
adjuncts to the limited playground
areus of some of the public nnd private
schools. Tho president of the club
was empowered to appoint n commit
tee to decide upon the beat plan for
bringing the matter to the attention of
tho government, nnd to all public
Almv In Court
II. N. Almy pleaded guilty In thi
Police Court this morning to ths
charge of riding without a light. A
fine ot $fi anil costs w.is Imposed. Almy
aid his light was lighted when tin left
town and that he did not notice when
It hud gone out. A pnlicemnn np
proauhed him and, being "a little warm
In the collar" he had told him n few
things. It was then that bu was ar
rested. Suit AfinliiKt Bicycle Co.
The Dunham, Corrlgan & Hnyden
Company has brought suit against
Dnllcy's Cyclery Co., Ltd., for tho pay
ment of (12S3.1D, nlleged In be duo on
merchandise purchased at various
times from April "9, 1900, to September
Tho cute of Dr. II. E, Wlnslow,
charged with assault anil bMtcry on a
girl at Wnlahole, came up In tho Po
lice Court this forenoon but, tho de
fendant being extremely ill In tha
Queen's Hospital, the case was con
tinued to November It Is doubtful If
Dr, Wlnslow will be able to appear at
In the Police Court this forenoon, J.
Krlllpln and K. Kelllplo, were lined 110
nnd costs each on the charge of assault
and battrry on A. Rocha, a hackman
Right Chinamen were fined the sarau
amount on the charge of gambling.
T ML STYIE
Japanese Residents of
the City Plan Good
IN HONOR OF MIKADO
OF JAPAN'S BIKTHD. Y
Big Receptions at Consulate on Nuua
nu Street Banquet Tonight
In Kapalama Consul to
Thi- birthday of tho Mikado of Ja
pan Is to bo celebrated by the Japan
csi) residents of tiic city in rlgbt royal
style. This celebration begins this
evening nnd will continue throughout
tomorrow and Monday. Sunday Is tho
birthday of tho Mikado, nud therefor
the principal events will happen on
Tho ball will be set rolling this
evening, when tbo Jnpanoso Mer
chants' Unlpn will glvo a big banquet
at tho Japanese restaurant on King
street in Kapalama, tho former resi
dence ot II. D. M.'a Commissioner
Hawes. There will bo fifty persons in
attendance, among whom -will bo soma
ten or a dozen foreigners. Tho Japan
ese Conjul General, Mr. Mlkl Salto.
has been Invited and will undoubted!)
bo In attendance. The most Important
of the Jnpane-so business men of the
city have been Invited to bu present.
From f a. m. to 12 n. tomorrow (Sun
day) the Japanese Consul, Mr. Mlkl
Salto. will receive at his homo on Nuu
anu street, elaborate arrangements
have been made for this occasion and
there Is no doubt "whatever that the
i attendance will bo large.
I Sunday afternoon, from 1 to 3, the
Japanese community at largo will cel
ebrate at tho Japanese school on Nun
! ami street. Just above Vlncvnrd. Hov.
'Motokawa has been chosen us the nru
1 tor of tho day and Mr. O. Hbloda, man
lager of the Kel-HIn tlnnk. will act as
chairman. There will bo speeches and
a general good time. A cold lunch
win bo served. Tho funda for this en
tertainment have been provided by the
Japanese residents of tbo city.
I At 6:30 o'clock on tho samo day
the Young Men's Duddblat Association
will hold a big mooting nt the Dudd
hist templo on Fort street In commem
oration of the birthday of tho Mikado.
On Monday, tho Japanese will ro
maln at homo for a good time and will
celebrate In their own way. In the
evening, and beginning at 7 o clock,
'tho Japanese Consul, Mr. Mlkl Snlto,
will glvu n big reception at his home
on Nuiianu avenue. In tho neighbor
hood of six hundred Invitations havo
, been set out. Thero will bo an elabor
ate collation served. Music will be
.furnished by a native orchestra.
In tbo afternoon of tho samo day,
tho Japanese Christian Union will
hold nn open air meeting at Kaplolani
Park from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. This
will be in tho nature of a picnic.
HAD STOMACH ACHE.
Sebastian, the Porto Illcun who
skipped out of the chain gang yester
day when tho guirds were not look
lng, appeared before Judge Wilcox in
tho Pollen Court this orcnoon. When
asked what he had to say aliout his
escapade, ho replied lent ho was taken
with a serloim stomach ncho when
matching homo to Onhu Jail. He was
afraid the guard would ucut him if he
mnd.o complaint, and so he skipped
nut to hunt for a doctor. Ua really
did not mean to run away, Judgo
Wilcox then sentonced ScbaBtlnn to a
month's Imprisonment nt hard labor,
to begin nt tho expiration of his first
tentrnce of two months.
RUSH APPOINT! D
Chas. Stlllmnn has resigned as Ha
waiian Interpreter In the Circuit Court
nnd John I". Hush, tho old Incumbent,
who held ofllro previous to his accept
ance of the position of Hawaiian Inter
preter in the Senate, has becu appoint
ed In hlc place,
Second mate Turner of the IlenJ. F,
Packard wns here last year In tbo
Krsklno M. Phelps.
The Globe Navigation Co.'s steamer
Kureka will leave Seattle for this port
on December 1.
Tho regular Sunday brush between
the third class yachts will take place
Chinese claims continued before the
Fire Claims Commission this morning,
Tho steamer Maul will sail for Ha
waii ports this afternoon at I o'clock.
A largo squid was caught yesterday
afternoon at tho Inter-lBland wharf.
The Merchants' Parcel Deliver)
Delivers pack&ges to any
part of the city for 10c up
wards. Try thorn. Phone Blue 621.
Pnckngcs shipped 'o
all parts of the United
States and Europe.
Offlcc, 1017 Ilethel Bt,
opposite Honolulu Market.
Ml dill WANTS
TO BE 1 UWVER
On the opening of the I'nlted States
District Court this morning. Deputy
District Attorney Dunne presented the
petition of Edwin 8, QUI for admis
sion to practice as an attorney of the
Federal courts of this Territory. The
petition related whero and how ths
applicant received his education nnd
told of Ills having studied law and
filled the office of clerk to court In
Arizona. Mr. Dunne moved that a com
mltteo be appointed,, under the rule
submitted yesterday, to exnmlne'Mr.
QUI upon his qualifications. Judge
Rstee appointed Mr. Diinne, Mr, Fitch
and Judge Blltlman, ji report In ten
days. Mr. Gill Is editor of the Hono
THE FEATHER CLOCK
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Liliuokalani Will Testify 'Alleged
That the C.'oak Was Stolen
From the Ring's
Queen Liliuokalani illl tstlfy be
fore the Fire Claims Commission re
garding the royal feather cloak lost In
the big fire by IVIetoholnnl.
It Is said that the royal family hiya
claim to the ownership of the destroy
ed cloak. The costly article Is alleged
to have belonged to King Knlnkaun,
nnd been stolen from lolanl t'al.iec
many years ago.
Wruy Taylor, Commissioner of
Agriculture nnd Forestry, receive I a
communication from Chemist Shorey
this morning In acknowledgement o(
tha polnrlana. beans sent hint yest(
duy for examination. Dr. Shorey stated
that. h- had beard if hc beau heir
poisonous In FIJI and vnrloui. other Isl
ands of thu South I'acl Ho. He asked
Mr. Taylor to send hm threo pound,
or so of thu beans In order that In
might set to work at the annlvsls Im
mediately. Tho request wns coinpllrj
Porto Rlcan ViifVrantH
Two vagrants a Porto Hlcnn nnd n
Chilean were sentenced to two
jju'iillin iui(ii inuuiurill ill mini illimr i
by Judge Wilcox this morning. Ths
men snld they would leave for Snn
ROYAL FAMiY CLAIM
Francisco on tho first steamer If thlIllm, ,..,, , ,,, .., , ,
Judge would only let them off. Thl li,.ra Association this nfternoon. Ills
nn old, old story aud naturally did not ' utterances upon questions or national
work. Tim two men were arrested by ' finance's aro regarded as most Impor
Deputv Sheriff Chlllingworth at Iwlli-ljtant at this time, as they probably
from which place they had been warp.,l"'-,liadow. In several particulars, tho
f.l several times to depart 'Presidents forthcoming iinuual mes-
, , . fcuRe to Congress.
I Ueferrlng to a conversation ho liar
WAR OF TciIjACCOMHTH
New York, Oct. 22. The announce- i'Su expressed thu belief that thu
ment of thu formntlon or a coinmltton banking system or that country wns in
to readjust tho affairs ot thu Havana ',l"" respects superior to ours. Tills
Commercial Company lends color to Minister Informed him that bank fall
the recent reports that n tobacco war '"es were uuknowu there, aud Unit tho
Ii Imminent. Tho Consnlldnted Tobnc: surplus uf the treusmy Is carried liv
co Company, commonly known uh tbo thu eight banks of tbo country, Instead
trust, has nrrayeil against It thu 1m- ol lu thu national treasury, us here,
perlal Mnntifncturlm,' Company oft "Hus our (lovernmeut's ciiurso been
flrent Ilrltnln nnd Ireland, with a cap- ,a wise onu?" asked Mr. (Inge. "Tnklng
Hal or 7B,000.(ino, attacking its Kuro- U' last thlity years, wlint sum, on the
peun tnido, and tho Universal Tobai- uvtiiiitjci. In excess or nn niuplo work
en Compiiny. with a capital ol Jin.Oim. Il'B bnlance, has tho Treasury kept
000, and Its allied companies attack-Under luck and key aud nway from all
Ing Its domestic and colonial trade. current uso In me Holds or industry
Tbo nlllanco between tbo Imporlnl and exchange? Tho nmoutit is round
nnd Universal companies, with tho cor- l' average fjO.OUU.OOti.
pomtlon Included, would coustltulo "If theso surplus millions had been
very formidable opposition to tbo Con-deposited with national batiks In the
snlldntcMl Tobacco Company, which tearing house cities. In tbu proportion
has apparently heretofore enjoyed a the iclatlva capital of each bank nears
complete monopoly. Ho the whole capital, nnd If, secondly,
Itbo only security In tbo Government
Iliad been, lu euso of bank lalltires, a
WH AT nFMnTBAT Will nfi'i,llur "'" u" """ hv not
TTUAI IICWIULIlftl J UlLL.UU,a dollar'of loss would tho Trcusur
1 "Next, II under these conditions the
Washington, Oct. 20. There Is sotno banks bud paid Interest to tho (lowm
curiosity ns tu tho attitude or tho incut at thu rate ol 2 per centum upon
Democrats In Congress nt the next scs- the riiuds so deposited, how mm i
slon. Their numbers are less In both would the Tiensury buvu been benefit-
houses. President McKlnlcy has In- ted? Answer: Thirty-two millions of
augurated such an era o. good feeling dollnts.
that It was almost Impossible to inns- "Lastly, with this fund as an aid to
tor a fighting opposition to any of his their general upuntious lu the field of
policies. For tho most part tho minor- trado and commerce, to what extent,
Ity's attack upon the administration nn tho nverage, would tho banks hnvo
policies was perfunctory, and yet, oven been nble to Inrrcaso credit uccommo
then, every now and then a black- datlons to tho people? Auswer: Two
guard would arise and make n person- hundred millions of clollais.
al attack on tho lato Presuient, which "Hnvo we not been guilty of an enor
only serves uow to necentuato tho pet- mous economic waBto by reason ot our
tlness of tho Individual making tho as peculiar treasury system?"
sault. When Theodore Hoosovclt first , Mr. Cage expressed tho lollowing as
succeeded to tnu Iresldency It seem- his Ideal financial convirtlous;
ed very likely that s nggiesslvoness "First I bcllevo It to bo most dcslr
aud pugnacity would solidify thu op- able that tho demand linbllltlus or the
position, and that. In coiiv'oicnce, Government, known as legal tender
thero would ba some proUy lively po- notes, should ho put In tho way or re
litlcal fighting In Congicss, paillculnr- tlrenient and cancellation,
ly in tho llousq. Hut President Jlonsu- "Second I bcllevo that this can !
volt has been so consldeintu o overy- accomplished without nuy buideji o'
body, tins treated Democratic henatonv Interest coh! to tho public tteusury
and members with such courtesy, tins "ThlrdI bollovo that our system of
shown n respect tor their views and bank nolo circulation inn and ought to
troated them moru ns personal trlcuds be so modified ns to make it more ro
ll. an as enemies, that It Iooks ns li he sponslvu to commercial mid Industrial
vvero likely to bo nblo to continue thu icqiiliemeuis, without any Iucioiibo of
.viciumey era oi goon leeiiug nnu
mnko It difficult for tho Democrats to
Tho report going tho rounds thai
Wnlultia stock sold nn the street for
f 15 during the week Is denied by most
of the brokers. This morning M was
liM nrwl l1 ntbjiil trw tlin utnMr
bid and f&3 asked for tho stock
Pleas in Abatement Are
TRIAL OF R0DRIQUES
IS SET FOR MONDAY
Sjntence of Guilty Pair Deferred Till
MondayThe Court Relieves
A Doubting De
fendant. Judge F.stce oveiruled tho plea In
abatement of Itodrlgues, who then
pleaded not guilty and had his trial
ret for Monday,
The same ruling wns made In tho
cases ot Arlnns and Kxtaua. They
pleaded not guilty nnd their trials will
be set Inter.
i When Chung Pul and Knsnkl. Chi
peso man and Japanese woman, were
(arraigned the former caused i laugh
lu court by saving he did not know
whether he were guilty or not guilty.
'The Court helped him out by ordering
n plea of not guilty entered. C. 11
Hetiienwny Is attorney for tho mnn
and S. 1. Chlllingworth for the worn
Frnnclsro tttrnport and Julia Apa
Irlclo pleaded guilty, tho Court defer
'ring sentence until Mundny.
I Juana Ksmoralda was allowed until
Tuesday to plead.
I Decision was reserved on the plea In
I abatement for Kunda and Hnro.
Alimony r fin n week, pending a
decision, nnd nn attorneys fee of j::0
, has been grunted Mrs. Miiurlu 11.
I Rhodes by Judge Gear.
Ill the Degreuves divorce case, Judgu
Gear has allowed n fee of J.'O to the
'attorney of defendant.
I Hannah II has made appearance,
jMngooii & Thompson and J. J. Duunu
being her attorneys, claiming to bo a
.daughter of Chlng Ahl. deceased, and
I entitled to a distributive share of his
I It Is. stipulated that tho plnlntitT In
I the fjiitmclil case of Kaplolani l-.'i-tato
vs. Kaneoho Kanrli Company
, have twenty ilujs to file Its bill of ex
ceptions. HR, HE ON
.MUuuilkf.t. Win.. Cirl 1H tin, r.tnrv
of , -ftoasury l.yuian J. Gage dcllv-
creel the addicst of honor nt the ah
with tho Mluletcr ol Finance of onu or
tbo South American ltenubllcs. Mr,
risi. io ..io inn noicicr.
Fourth I belluvo that bovnnd net-
Ing ns n guardian nnd rustco far tln
peoplo In relation to national bauits.
thu Government's guaranty to bank
note lsstiC3 should eense.
Fifth I bcllovn that tbo public
moneys, In excess or a reasonablo
(irMnK ,,,,, for (lnly 1190 ,,,,,
It... .1 i,. 1.. .. . . . .... ..
be deposited In national banks. That
The fXi'cutlve committee of tho Me
Klnley Memorial has prepared a draft
of letter to send to those chosen for
tne general committee of nlty. Names
of these will not be given out until
the leturn of acceptances.
Ily tho letter the recipients are
asked, providing they consent to act,
forthwith to endeavor to interest Un
people of their respective districts.
Chairmen of subcommittees aro aim,
to be mttiriul ot their nppointmnt.
Subscription papers will be plarcc'
In stores all over the Territory. Chair
men of comnii.tees will receive ro
ports and lu turn reKirt to C. M
Allan Dunn, the newspapur man,
mnilc the accepted design for certiu
cntes of contributions, of which 10
copies arc to bo printed ns a donation
by tho Hawaiian Gazette Company.
a simple nnd safe system of dlstritul
Hon of funds can be devised, I have
"Sixth 1 believe Hint In periods ot
national peace nnd prosperity tue pub
lie revenue should bu somuwhnt In ex
cess of public expenditure1, nnd that
the surplus revenue should be applied
to the reduction of the public debt."
Mr. (Inge closed by explaining tho
reasons for the present solidity of
United Stntes bonds ns compared with
the paper of other Governments, an
by assuring the assembled bankers
that the piesent Is the time most fav
orable "to enter upon reasonable nnd
Judicious measures to eliminate all el
ements of financial weakness In our
61EW Off W .
Manuel lilnrez, tho ".year-old son
of I'ilarez, tho Portuguese plumber on
Klnau street, mauka of i..o Mormon
church, came very near losing his life
lu an accident at about H o clock last
evening. As it wns, he wus badly
It seems that little .Mnnm-I. Iinilm-
u Imp for llreworks. purloined n giant
povvuer cap mini his fathers shop,
lie took this outside and, procuring
some matches, proceeded to set llr'
to the cup. There was an explosion
and the boy found himself minus four
lingers on his right hand. A hole was
blown through the band and pieces ol
tbu cup embedded themselves In thw
Tin- victim of the accident was r
moved to his home, whero nls Injuries
were attended to by a doetor, untried
Antonio Itodrlgues has found U'SUO
ball for violation fif Ihn l--ilmmti!ii Ail
while Chung Pul, for nn offense
against the same statute, lias been nl-
lotted hall In 11000 'l'lwr.t Id n ,llfrnr.
,IKe' ll Ih learned. In tho naturo ol
iim- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiy mm (no prosecution
win enuenvor to prove lu tho rvsuuet
IV o cases.
Prince IMward Is always most ton
shleinte and courteous to any guest
who may bu Invited to Join tho roynl
lea parties. Onn oung lady Is an es
pedal favorite In tho nursery, us ill
rectly the meal Is over she Is ready
for a game. Tho other day the gumo
chosen was, as usual, soldiers. "I," said
Prince IMwnrd, "will bo Unci Kitch
ener, and you (to tho lady) shall be
lie Wet. Uut you'll liavo to run very
fast, for hl.'u n vnrv ,llln,.t,l ...........
to catch." Then ensued a wild bcrlm-
muge. hiiuueniy Prince coward stop
ped and said apologetically, - .E
our pardon, I oug.. to have askou
ou whethir you minded being Do
Wet, for I'm nrraiu he's noi a very nice
Tho University of Chicago hai
adopted a unlquo nnd original way of
SlUng its .students, especially thu
joung women, dry walks about tlm
grounds, ns. for Instance, between tho
hulls and tho dormitories. A now
steam-heating plant has been put up
In t lift eniniwlM fnt- im.itln,. it... ,nj..u
buildings, and tho pipes that conduct
me- sci-aui 10 mem rim under tho co
ment wuliis, In n brick sower. They
Will thrall' nff i-tinilfrh nnnt In 1 ... .1...
walks warm and dry In nil sorts or
weather. Tho plan .s a good one. and
will, no doubl, bo followed elsewhere
THOME are several hundred school
children in Honolulu and imM
of tlirse will need a new pair
of school shoe soon.
What we want is o sell all or mnt
of these shoes, and hive imJe extensive
preparations to (hit eflect. We hive
what we believe to be the best Hue of
school shoes In the country In
HAMILTON (inil HltOWN
SECURITY SCHOOL MIOH
They are made of the very best miter
Ills by reliable workmen, and they're
iinde to stand the wear.
$2.50 BUYS A PAIR
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
Edmunds Act Defendants
FINED BY MAGISTRATE
FOR IDENTICAL CRIMES
One Argument Ordered on Several
Pleas in AbatementJudge
Estee Gives Warning Ag
ainst Dilatory Action.
Pleas in abatement were presented
and argued In tho United States Dis
trict Court this morning, on behalf of
a number of the defendnnta Indicted
under the Kdmunds Act. The pica In
each case recites that the accused per
sons did on a certain day, enter n plea
of guilty before the District Magis
trate of Honolulu and was by him sen
tenced to pay a fine for tho same of
fense an that for which the same per
son Is now Indicted, It Is declared
(hat the crime wilfully, unlawfully nnd
Intentionally committed, as charged
and nlleged In the Indictment, Is onn
and the same wilful, unlawful and In
tentional crime of which tbo said de
fendant wns convicted and sentenced
by the District Magistrate.
Antonio Itodrlgues was the first de
fendant for whom tho plea wns enter
ed, being done by Ciclgbton & C'orrea
ns his nttorueys.
There was a wult of some minims
owing to the papers not being complct
ril. When Judge i:tce was Informed
of the cause of delay, after railing for
the arraignments set for today, he In
timated that while It would be over
looked this tlmo the court hereafter
would not wult tor'tbe filing of docu
ments Intended to uffect stated pro
Judge Estce later Insisted on Itodrl
gues looking over the Attesting pf his
mark made lu the signing of the plea
And Jurat. Tho defendant ought to hen
what wns going on.
Deputy Dstrlct Attorney Dunne said
tho United .States for the present de
nied the facts In the plru. As the at
torneys for the different defendanU
entering pleas In abatement waived a
written answer from the Federal at
torney, the court directed that tho ar
gument proceed. Defendants having
the ainrmatlve had the privilege of
opening nnd closing.
S. F. Chlllingworth accordingly
opened for the pica, it being ngreed
tbat. ns all tho cites wero ldentlr.il,
one argument would suffice for the
Tho following Ih a list of defendants
under the IMmunds Act whoso pleas
to Indictments were allowed reserved
until today Antonio Itodrlgues, Henry
Arlnns nud Angela Kstndo, Kudo nnd
II. Vnmagulchl. Francisco Ulenfort
nnd Julia Aparlclo, Chung l'ul and II
Kosakal, and Juana Esmeralda.
ALCBROHAK IN PORTUGAL.
J. M. Vivas, tho attorney, sent a
number of boxes of alccroba semis
and pods to Portugal by tbo last steam
er, at the renuost or A. do Souza Ca
navarro, former Portuguese Chnrgo
11 ivuaires ai una port. Mr Canavarro
wroto to Mr. Vivas n snort tlmo ago.
telling him that ho had found certalt.
Places lu Portugal whero ho was cer
tain tho algerqha would grow. Know
ing wnni a noon llie tree had been In
Haw-all, ho was very anxious to Intro-
duco It luto his own natlvo country.
Krnnklln II Allntln In nilillflnn tit
literary work, has taken a position
huh me iiermnnia insurance agency,
a line of work ho handled successfully
rome years ago. ,
That will please the
ClillJren and Parent
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