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IIN THE BULLETIN
Vol. XI. No. 198!).
HAY. NOVKMHEll S 1001.
Piuce 5 Obhtb.
Judge Estee Pronounces
The Man Only in Account, for Weight
of Evidence Parentage
of a Juror Not
In the examination of the Jury fur
the trial of Ohta. In the United Stntejs
District Court this morning the three
luiors passed )estcrday evening were
qt.ostloned anew on ne count of milt
lei published In the morning papers
.ihout tho tognnto enso of W. M. Camp
hell. who was acquitted. Those and
li.iors on tho additional venire- wero
examined upon tho usual grounds nt
J.row ledge- of tho defendnnts or of tho
disc which might bias their minds.
uImi as to their attitude toward Astui
Ioj or Aslatle labor and trades unions
"Would )ou give the mira weight
to tho evidence of n .Inpanese as )ou
would to that of a white man. under
similar circumstances?" was one qucs-
"I thlnK 1 would," nnsweied a Juror
alter u little reflection.
"That should depend on who wnt
the Japanese und who wns the nhltn
man," remarked Judge Kstce.
'i said under slmllai Ileum
stnnces," explained .Mr. .McChiiuihan.
J. A. Hughes, master car builder of
the O. It. S. I.. Co, nnswoilng ques
Hunt, said while he believed Aiuefl
cans should be employed on Amoil
nu public works, jet as Olitu had hlr
id his own lelluw-touiitr)inen lie held
no prejudlco ataflist him ou th.it :uv
home time after the questioning on
weight accorded respectively to whltu
and slntlo ejvldcncu reported above,
lYderal Attorney Dunne put the sane
qii'stlon to another Juror, .ludge.fii"
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H " IIMVJllU-'l-U lilt uptiiiou UIIll 11 was
not n fair Hue of Interrogation. Tho
whole matter ought to depend on tho
man himself regardless ot race. Air.
Dunne said he was only following tho
example of his friends on the othei
lde, on which tbo couit pronounced
the ruling that the question v.as Im
Upon the excusing of IM. Dokum
for cause of n slight Impiessloii on
bis mind, by mutual consent of conn
el, Judge Ksteu allowed the Juror to
step aside but with the remark that
It was scarcely a legal excuse.
Charles Murray was asked by .Mr.
McClnnahau If he had been excused
un tho Campbell trial. When he said
no but wns challenged In that case,
the Court said tho qutstlon was not
a right one. Mr. MtClnnnhau said lit
wished only to Identity the Juror.
"Still It Is not right. Wo want to
get n Jury to try this case somo time,"
i oik liided the Court.
Mr. Murray had sat In the eotnt
room during part uf thu dial and tho
nigiiment of tho Campbell case. In
consequence of which ho wns subject
ed to u long and searching examina
tion. After ho had answeied some
qmstlons nbout his fatiier, what wiro
his father's relations wltn labor
unions, the Court sttongl) Interposed
u veto, saying:
"You need not answer any questions
about jour father." Then, In ro
sponso to explanations tendeied by
Mr. McClnnahan, tho Court added:
"His father, or jour lather, or my
rather has nothing to do with this
enso." A motion to excuse tho Jmot
lor canst) was denied.
Deputy Marshal Handy relumed
the following venlro of additional Jur
ois this morning: H. It. Siuvtho, C.
K Stlllmnn, T. I'll mlng. George 1.
Thlelen. J. K. Helmut rt. John Calla
nun, Philip Krledmnn und L. II.
Tho very last man of tho entlru pall
et was called before the following Jury
was found satlsrnctoi) and sworn to
trj tho case:
II. C. Morton, John Cnlhihun. T
riemlng, (leorgo F. Thlelen. 11, I).
Mitchell, J. A. Hughes. Chns. Not.
by Jr., J. 12. Schubeit, Philip Tried-
The Quick and
nro now running every 20
It takes no longer to go
to College) Hills by Rapid
Transit than It does to go
to Pllkol St. by slow Trams.
Hut tho cool air and lino
views mako It like a differ
ent country. '
Invest n nickel In a rldo
tlioro this afternoon".
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
man, I.. II. Woodd, II. It. Smythc
and C. K. Stlllmnn.
About seven or eight men wore ex
cused for cause, while thn-o were let
out by peremptory challenges.
SUIT AGAINST U8TKK.
San I'rnnilsco. Nov, 1. Superior
Judge Hunt gave Judgment this morn
ing tor a sum or lUUCO In favor of
Isaac Trumbo against Judge M M,
I2stee of Honolulu.
On October fl, Hil7, Judge Estee ex
ecuted his promissory note In favor of
Trumbo for JhOOO, (n bear Interest nt
the rate of 8 per rent per annum, as
security for money loaned. No part
of either principal or Interest was
pal... and several months ngo Trumbo
llled suit to recover. I2stee answered,
urging that nn ronslderatlon whatever
liitd been given for the note, nnd that
tnc claim wns barred by the Statute
of Limitations. In tne same answer,
hewever, Hsteo qdmitted that ho had
iromised Trumiio to wntvo tne statute
on consideration of being permitted to
work out the money In legal services
for Trumbo. The only defense left,
therefore, wns that Trumbo had not
performed his part of the agreement,
fot he had not given Kstic his legal
work, as promised.
The hearing of the case was post
poned several times. Estee, of course,
did not nppear, but he was represented
by counsel. This morning, when tho
suit tlnally came up for bearing, tho
Judge was not represented. Judge
Hunt heard evidence on behalf of the
plaintiff nnd. reaching the conclusion
that there wns no merit In the defense
set up, gave Judgment In Trumbo's fn
Mir for the full amount claimed.
Tho Alameda brought eighty eight
or bin nnd thirty two steerage passen
gers and ilfteen hundred tons of
UPSET BY RUNAWAY
Collar Bone and Left Thumb Broken
and Head Cm Doing Comfor
tably in Hospital this
"lhonni Cummins, one, of the oldest
residents of the Hawaiian Islands, was
the victim of a feeriotis accident nt 4
o'clock estcrdny afternoon. Ho wan
crossing Fort street when bo wan
knocked down by the buggy of tho
Kona Coffeo Co . w hose horse was per
forming n runawii). Mr. Cummins wait
Just stepping upon the curb at Mcln
trc's corner when the wheel of the
vehicle struck him and thing him vio
lently Into the muddy street.
It only took a few moments for men
to pick up the old gentleman, who
aus unconscious until after being car
ried Into Hebron's drugstore. Mr.
Cummins was taken to tin- Qucen'H
hospital In the patrol wagon. It was
r id b had sustained a bad cut on
the left side ot his head, vvhlld his
fingers were maimed, and he compltlu
rd of ,i soreness In his left shoulder.
Ills wounds were dressed und he was
made quite comfortable In a short time.
When -the Injuicd man was picked
up some of his oldest friends did not
leeognlze him, so covered wero his
fr.it una v. Ith the nil re of the streets.
'I he hiigg) Hint did the mischief was
piled up In front of Chilton's barber
shop, nbout twenty jartls from the cor
ner and the horsej wns caught some
distance up Fort street. Tho animal
hud bolted from King street near Ala
ken, nnd when a joung man named
Johnstone, who was the driver, at
tempted to hold It the reins slipped
thioiigh his hands.
Mr. Cummins wns reported as mora
romfot table this forenoon, although he
did not wilTcr a gie.it deal during the
night. Ilo Is ii man of family and In
dependent means. John A. Cummins,
a prominent man In former public life.
Is n h.ilf-brothi'r of the Injured man.
HEAVY MAUI RAIN
latlialiin, Nov. S, 10 a. ra. Heavy
ruins nil over .Maul In the last thirty
While this sudden rain has home
thing of the character of a cloud buist
mi damage has been leported to roads
or on tin- plantations, laihaina striets
The Amerlctin Momln
The OUght steamer American Is ei-IH-ttf.il
htro on Monday morning fiom
Sun Frnnetsco with one of tho largest
cargoes over brought to this port. It
will consist of over live thousand tons
of general merchandise, piovlslnns
liny, feed nnd machinery. On deck
the- vessel will bring n largo consign
ment of live stoik fnr locul parties.
MAUNA I.OA 8AIL8'
The steamer Manna Loa sailed this
noon for Kona and Kail ports. The1
vt-sbel took a very largo general cargo
and tunny passengers. Among the.
de e k passengers wero six negro sailors
fen tho huikentlno James 1 Tuft, now
ut Kahtilul. They went in charge of
bhlpplug master Turk.
TWO 8TUAMCRK LATE.
Some anxiety Is being felt for the.
transport McClellan, which wns re
ported to havo left Manila for this
port on October 1 8th. Tho steamer
Strathgyle, nisei fiom the Orient, Is
now out over thlrty-flvo days from
Washington, Novt mbir 2. I'lesldent Itoosevclt today Issued his proclamation fixing .htirsda). O
O Nnv ember 2S, ns a day of national thanksgiving. It lollows: O
O A PROCLAMATION. O
O The season Is nigh when, n cording to the time hallowed custom or our pi ople, the President ap- O
O points a da as the especial occasion for praise and tuanksglvlng to Uod. This thanksgiving tlncls the O
O people still bowed with sorrow tor the death of n great and good President. We mourn President Me-
O Klnley because wo so loved and honored him; nnd tho manner of tils death should awaken In the O
O breasts ot our people a keen anxiety for the country, and at the same time u resolute purpose not to O
O be driven by any calamity troni the path or strong, ordcrl), popular liberty which, as n nation, we have O
O thus far sarely trod. O
O Yet In spite of this great disaster. It liCnoveruielt'ss true tnat no people on earth have such
O abundant cnuse lo- thanksgiving as we have. Tho punt .vear in particular has bein one of pence and O
O plenty. Wo have prospered in things mitrrlal and have heen able to work for our own uplifting In O
O things intellectual and spiritual Let is remember tnnt, as much has been given us, much will be ex- O
O nccted from us; nuil that true honinpy eomes from too heart lis well as from the lips, and shows Itself O
O In deeds. Wei enn best prove our thankfulness to the Almlght) by th wn In which on this earth and
O nt this time each of us does his duty to his fellow-men. O
O Now, therefore, I, Theodor3 KoosovmH, President of the United States, do heren) designate ns O
O n day of general thanksgiving, ihursdav, the 28th day of this present Novmber, and do recommend O
O 'tint throughout the land the people eiasu from their wonted occupations and nt their several homes O
O nnd places of worship, thnnk th-j (liver of all good for the countless blessings of our national life.
O In witness when of I hnvn heretunto set my hum! and caused thl- seal of the United States O
O to "be atrtxed. O
O Done at tho Cltv of Washing ton, this second day of November, In the yenr of Our Lord One O
O Thousand Nine Hundred nnd One. und of the Independence of the United States the One Hundred und O
O Twenty sixth. (HKAL) THKODOHB HOOSKVKLT.
O Ily the President: JOHN HAY. Sec ret-iry of State. O
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STILL DESIRES LIGHTFOOT
CITED FOR CONTEMPT
Attorney Magoon Alleged to Have
Interfered With Attorney Long s
Client in Matter at
Charlotte I). King b.us tiled n rcpl to
tho nnawcr of Joseph Llghtfoot, In tho
matter of the guardianship of the three
minor children of the late Jos. A. King,
It Is preceded by,a notice from I. M.
Long, attorney for Mrs, King, to I
Alfred Mngoon, attorney for Mr. Light
foot, to produce In court, at tho hearing
of the contempt proeee-dlngs, the revls
tj draft of lease, drawn by Mr. Long,
r.. t.,.t.h t InklnA e..n.lnn r.
lu... -i. '. """,""" "'
Lie minors property, to Charlotte D
King, ulso Mr. ling's letter to Mf
Magoon elated October 17, 1901. also
copy of tho, order of tho court in the.
neretoforo delivered to Mr. Magoon.
Mrs. King, replying to tho guardian a
nnBwcr. sas she has at all times
since tho ditto of the decree) of the
court, been ready and willing to cxn
cute- a lease- of tho Interest of the mln.
ors In the lands and leasehold descrlb
,,a in the decree, and in accordance,
llierrtnllh ns .lntwn hv her ronnsel.
,, "Um, ,' . , nlw;
" -' -
nnd lecclpt for the monoy belonging
to James King as ordered by the oemrt.
She proceeds to say:
"That on or about the -'1st dav of
nnt,1i,. inftl T Ate., it T.,rn, nt.l
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torney ror respondent, well knowing
that I. M. l,ong wns her attorney nnd
counselor, undertook. In tho absenco
of her said nttorney und counselor, to
advise her, contrary to her Interests
concerning bald leuse nnd said money
belonging to James King, and not to
follow tho adv. co of her said attorney
and counselor, to which she did nol
nnd hns not ncceded; nnd thnt during
all these proceedings sho has acted
upon and followed tho advice nnd
coi-nsel of her attorney. I M. Long,
nnd not that of J. Alfred Magoon, at
torney for respondent."
I'liither, sho stntcb on Informatlop
l. net belief that Mr. LlghUoot was In
fnriutil by Mr. Long, arter tho pro
posed advice to her of Mr. Magoon
Ri.d at least two days beforo tho mo
tion to cite Mr. I.lghtfoot In contempt
that such motion would bo llled If ho
did not comply with tho order of th
Finally Mrs. King sas that tho mo-!,, ... , , , ,
tion for an oidcr to Mr. i.lghtfoot tc.Tlie Merchanls Parcel Deliven'
show cause why he should not be nil-
. . . I
Judged guilty of contempt wns made
and llled at her request, after being
fully advised by her counsel, und that
she hns desire d at nil times since the
order was made, and does now desire,
to have It ohejed.
Mngii7lncR bound by tho HVKN'I.S'l
fs Ha Pa fa Ira m fn fn m Ba fu wa m
(JOHN E. BUSH BRANDS
ndltor Hvenlng llulletln: In reading tho first page of tho P. C. Advertiser of Thureda), Nov, 7, 1901,
I find In nn nrtlclo headed "Tho II tr Association reaffirms serious charg s ngulnst Judge A. S. Humph
rc)s," In which I nm stated (part of the fourth and nt the beginning of tho fifth columns) as Interpreting
for our much esteemed First JmUe of tho First Circuit Court, Hon. A. H, Humphreys, whllo ho wan alleg
ed to bo atldrohblng u meeting of Home Killers.
This statement wus mndo in an affidavit by Attorney Andrews, nnd this is tho first time that such an
assertion has como to my notice, nnd nn opportunity given mo to rtfuto the charge, which I do, by saying
without equivocation thnt, as far as; I am concerned, the nllldavlt Is an untruth, and an Inoxcusablo pro
varlcatlon of the truth, coming ns It docs from Mr. Andrews, who has alwajs posed as tho pink of every
thing truthful nnd honorable I am constrained to make this roply In order to do Justice to a much
niullgued and falsely accused gentleman, whoso very effort to do right, and to set our Judicial machine!)
running on good American principles, should rc-celve (ho commendation of over) lover of truth and Jus
tlco, I may further add, that I have In no Instanco been nsked by his Honor to Interpret for him nt any
political or other meeting, and only as an official In tho dlschargo of my duty ns Court Interpreter
when tho court was In session. Sincerely, etc., J, i:. HUSH,
ALARM OYER HEALTH
OF CHINESE STATESMAN
Has Been Suffering from Hemorrhage
of the Stomach-Condition of
His Health Most
N..' Ynili. Nov 1. A cable to the
SllI1 from iehB b,,; , Hng
,.,,, , URan til. Yesterday ho ek-
vclopcd hemorrhage of tho stomach.
and last night his condition was pro-
noiinced most sorloiis. lt-lsjcared that
he m.iw die at uny time. A leading
member of the Foreign OIHco died re-
cently. Prince Ch.nghm, gone to meet
thu (OiirL ami thu I Unpad of LI Hunc
. . . ."
Chang leaves the Foreign omce wun
no eapabn head. LI Hung Chang's
niS8 occurs nt the conclusion of the
Manchurlan arrangement, which U
now awaiting tho court's approval. Ills
ln0flltVra,10so,Kfe0areWd, he vv"'
icklng. Nov. L LI Hung Chang's
forPRn phjslclanii tonight pronounrjid
(,1s condition grave. He has had
! hemorrhages for the last two days.
London Nov " The Standard pub-
'iiuh.. .i. ,ti'nZ',., ,. . oi,L.
Ilal crrc8pondent: "As a result of .
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itti- ..tiiiti-iiiiiian euute-tiituii it. i nutii
ii,nt lhP Kmnrem DowMgcr notllled I.I
.Hung'Chnng of her resolution to de-
'nounce It. and that LI Hung Chang
.... i,.,,.i.. .i,i v. m
cm hearing this became ill."
"iJipiomaiio circles in hi. i-eiersuurg
..... .. . , . ... .. . . .
nru inclined to bellnvo tho Ruoslan as-
surances that thcro Is nothing In the
Mnnchurlan convention to which tho
other powers can reasonably object,"
Miys the correspondent of the Times at
tlll, tuman capital. "No doubts arc
,lU,r,ttincd as to sincerity of Ilussla's
dwlro t0 wltllllraw trom M.lnchurla al
i QUCkly ns possible, nfter Insuring tho
g,,rcty ot ,no railways, her occupation
of the province having Involved her in
rcsnonslbllltlcs and exnenses out of nil
proportion to tho ndvautnges gained."
Thu steamer I.ebtia Is on tho marlno
railway being painted. Shu will re)
sumo her regular trips to Maul
Molokal next week.
Delivers pnekbgea to any i
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all parts of tho Unltod
States and Europe.
OITIce, 1047 Tlcthel St,,
opposlto Honolulu Market.
a Ra i im Pa Pa Ha Ra Ma f ! m ra
ANDREWS' AFFIDAVIT AS FALSE
WILL RESCIND ACTION
Only Waiting for Return of Chairman
Kennedy.-Reason Why Central
Committee Has Hot Held
The question of the mitubershlu of
the central committee of. the KepuiV
llcan committee- stuncls In statu quo
Inst nt the- present time All that Is
tuce-ssary Is the rituru of Chairman
Kennedy of Inn Territorial commit
' ' '" Ir expecti'd Irae k here In the
Aff a' ft ia'sfmec't
.. .t... n u,..i.i .. . . m
"' ' 1 fl I I till HI I I (J 1 1 1 111 I I ll'U lclB IIIU
Ka n the tlrst place und detrimental
te. the- Inti-rests of tho party. In thu
second place, has come- to be- looked
upon ns correet, and now there Is n
",Bn '" rewind the action taken by
tee tho Installation of the new mem
Iters, Messrs. Jone-s and (lllman. and
other InnccuracUs buhl up on the
hopes and nspliatlons of the "gang."
NotlllK of ne Mn,i r""1 l",('n ini'
n'"1 '"'thliiK of tho kind wns even In
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".1.?'..1 "". . ' V," ,a ? ,u"."' ""
ciiii-i. utt siikki-hii-ii tty int. iitiiiiiiii. to
rescind Its action
Tho question of a possibility of a
n"",tlB of tho central committee
might bo brought lip but It would
perhaps bo best for thoso seeking to
nmkl, .., ..rl. , -. .... .,-.
t KlM,,, tho mntter quiet for up until
last Tuesday, the day that J. P. Cooke
k-ri for Mnirl, thero was a quorum in
'"'' t-lty. Thcro were- present In Ho-
I;u'1'1" tho following: T McCnnt3
f1;,";.11,','16'.',- '' Kl'',o11'
$nl-AJ' &. .' "V ' '".S
fa 'JSmnn.Mh.t oil? reason was
that tho Territorial commltte-o had ele-
elded to rescind Its action, llhu men.
Men who wero unwittingly mndo the
tools of a certuln dowel at the Tc-rrl
, Urlnl "'''""."V". 'npullnjr. and who
now niiiuii. inai uiey acted nnbiny, are
nnd net for tho good of tne party at
lltlllK IICIW ICJ t-llllllt;u IIIU BlllUllltin
Tho Hnwnllnus were very angiy nt
first over tho turning down of John
l.rne, the voung Hawaiian from tho
ranks of tho Fifth District nepubll
enns, but they calmed down nnd wero
willing to suspend Judgment. Now
that tho Te rrltorlnl committee hns de
elded to do tho right filing, thoy nre
glud they did not net hastily, 'tho Ha
vvnllans urn to be given their re-pro
bentntlon, and this means the succcsj
of the Hepuhllcan party nt the Ilex!
Tho unsightly jellow spots left by
machine oil on whlto goods can ho re
moved by rubbing them with a cloth
dipped lu iiminonla, then washing with
soap und water. Kernseno wilt reunoTe
the gummy substance which forms un
Pa fa Pa Ps Pa Pa Ma fjj pa Pa Ra t F
I TO TAHI
There Is a persistent rumor going
the rounds that the Oceanic Compiny
I to enhrge Its service to Tahiti by
putting lMJth tho Mariposa nnd Ah
meda on the run anil tnklng the Aus
trsill i olT for an overhauling to b kept
ns a re-nerve boat for Ihn future
No confirmation of this re-port eon
he- had and no one In authority seems
to know nn thing of It. It is reported
that the si heme Is to havn tho Bteam
crs come here on their wa) from Snn
Kraiulscti and then go to tho South
Sens returning this way they will loid
and then proceed to San Kranclsio.
This change it Is said will not take
place- until the Mariposa hns been over
hauled and placed In commission
Lntc Hufiiir Report.
New York, Nov, 2 Sugar row,
easj. Fair rednlng, flVi to 3 !-1k
Centrifugal, !li test, 3V- Molisses
sugar "'. Iteflncd. quiet; crushed,
BtjOe- Powdered, 8 20i!, granulated,
lu n recent decision the Treasur)
Department has ruled that a cargo
which was entered in the- Hawaiian
Customs House prior to June 1 Ith last
enr at Kahiilul, does not have- to pay
United States duty on being brought
to Honolulu after June 14th to be dis
charged The decision was In the
mntter of the coal cargo of tho schoon
ei James Itotpli.
JURY TRIALS BEFORE
BOTH CIRCUIT JUDGES
Gambling Case Now On-Much Cham
bers Business Dispatched
by Judge Gear this
Ilefore Judge Huinphrt')i this morn
ing the Jury trjlug Manuel Souza for
selling liquor without license return
ed a verdict of not guilty.
Judge (icui Is engngeel on the trial
Of Ah Ung for gambling, the gamo
alleged having been die fa. The fol
lowing Jury Is trvlng tho tabu: Johu
vv' Smithies, Joseph Itlehnrd, Arthur
K, Jones, Jas K. Merscbcrg, George
SV. Macy, Jacob laindo, (leorgo K.
Knln, Alex. O. Nicholas, Ituby A Hex
.er. H. C. lllckerton, Chas. 12. Iiko
and Units A. Itostlu.
Ho Kit, charged with assail! c was
released by Judge Oear on nolle pros
equi. Yoklama Mntsutndo, keeping n dlr
orderly house, was also granted a nulla
lu mo Mnrklc divorce case Judgo
Giar allows tho Itbellant 15 a week
alimony nnd nn attorue's'fco of J'0.
Judge dear approves the- report of
Charles I), Uallaid, mabter, ou tho
accounts of W. O. Smith, guardian of
the Hlehnidson minors
Judge Rear hns given Judgment for
plaintiff lu the suit to foreclose mort
gage of William F. Jochcr vs. Carl
Judge (Jear has appointed Theresa
Alu Kukl, guardian of her minor son,
Joshua David Kokl, Jr., under $7uu4
Ily an oral decision Judge- Gcnr de
nies an order for resnlo of property In
the estato of Pllwi I'nnauwa.
Win, L. Peterson has perfee ted his
arpcal from Judgment of tho Circuit
Court In favor or James Carty against
him over tho biilo ot n hoisc.
J, M Vivns for plaintiff will movo
before Judge Hear at chambers pn
Monday for trial of tho nssumpsit enso
oi M Souza vs. M. (1. Klmnes. At
the same tlmn he will mako n slmilnt
motion on behalf of plaintiff In tho
nssumpsit enso of Louis Murks vs H
NEILL TOMORROW NIGHT
Tomorrow evening will commence
tho long nntlclpntcd Nclll dramatic
stasnn nt thu Hawaiian Opera House
vhtn Mr. Nnlll nnd his ndmtrnble or
ganization will present ono of their
most sterling successes, "Harbara
The entire Nclll company will ur
rivo on thu Alameda and as they havo
appeared In "Harbira Frcltcho" mnnv
times a magnificent perrormance? to
morrow' evening Is expected as we'll as
ono of the greatest and most Interest
lug audiences that has ever assembled
In a local place of amusement. Had
the auditorium bttn twice ns large nil
seats could havn been sold for this
evening All of tho elaborate scenery
for "llarb irn Frelttho" came on ahead
or the company and Is now In place
rend) ror this evening.
Those who have been trying to dis
criminate) regarding patronizing plajs
hi Mr NelU's l-enertolre. shnnM not
'overlook "The Lottery of Love" which
will bo given next Tuesday evening. It
is n comedy that borders on tho fnrcl
cal and wns adiptcd rrom tho French
b) tho kits Augustln Daly. Tho lend
ing remalo character Is almost u pro
tot.vpo or Mrs. Carrie Nation, tho
celebrated Kans.is Joint smasher, Lil
lian Andrews will bo seen lu this roln.
Mr, Nclll will appear as Augustus
Doubledot, tho much married young
man with tho erratic mother-in-law
nnil Miss Fdvtlio nhntimnn na tllfinn
British Wili Accept All
- Changes That Are
EVEN THIS MAY NOT
MEET SENATE'S FAVOR
Authoritative Statement Given
Associated Press in London
Pauncefote Has Document
London. Nov. 2 The first official
statement of any kind made for a
month In relation to the Nicaragua
Canal has been obtained by the Asso
ciated Press, It confirms tho fact that
Ixiril Pauncefoti", Hie Ilrltlsti Kmhns
smlor to the t'nlted States, when M
lands In New York todsj, will hiio
with him the draft or n new treat),
abrogating the Cln)ton-ltuIwer treat),
which Is In every particular satlstar
tory to Lord Ssllsbur)'s Cabinet.
A representative! or the Associated
Press Interviewed I.ord Pnuncerote In
London, slme which not one word hns
been given tip.
Tho latest dispatch to the Fnlteel
.States Is as follows.
All negotiations up to the present
day have been entirely unolllcbil rrom
n strictly diplomatic- point of view
and that on pour parlors only depend
the hopes grncrall) shared for a sue
ecssful bridging over ot tho diploma
tie difficulty Thoso pour purlers, how
ever. have been particularly searching
The State Department does not re
quire a copy of the document Iinl
P.iunccfoto larrles, to learn Its terms
I'ntll the Hnibasfnclor reaches Wash
ington tho exact terms are withheld
riiouUi It U admitted tl.nt (heat lint
nln hns agreed to put the Cla tou-Ilnl-wer
treaty to one side and to acquiesce
In the construction of the cunal b) and
under the control ot the United States,
this concession from Lord Lnnsdownc's
original intention hns not been granted
without some real or fanclcil advantage
to Great Ilrltatn It would not bo fair
to say ainld pro quo constituted thu
main Mituro of tho protractor pour
parlcrs, but that It will directly or In
directly result Is firmly establishes! In
the minds of the members or the Cabi
net. One or the most responsible officers
tonnected with these nnd tho earlier
negotiations, said. "Wu never reall)
objected to the construction of the
canal but we did and do object to nn
nhrogitlun oi the Clnyton-Ilulwer tre
nt). It was In that spirit that Ixird
Lansdowne couched tils reply to thn
United Stales Senate. It was not thnt
J em wauled to do It. but tho hasty way
fn which )nu said It. Since then we
have been approached In a rational,
polite manner, nnd wc havn again en
deavored to Giihstltuto tor the Clavton
Ilulwer treaty n treat) that will enable)
America to tarry out a design whclh,
In a broad eenso wouhl doubtless bem--flt
the whole world."
The mollification of tho Foreign
Office has doubtless elonc moro than
an) thing else to securn tho assent of
the Ilrltlsh Uovcrnmcnt to n now tre
at). Hut In tho same breath must bn
mentioned tho Stnto Department's
willingness to a reciprocal arrange
ment regarding tho lltltlsh West In
dies und other Ilrltlsh itosscsslons.
This, while In lino with tho views lat
terly attributed by ciblo dispatches to
President McKlnlcy nnd President
Itoosevclt, was so at variance with tho
Drltlsh Government's cxpcrlcnco of tho
American nttltudo thnt they now- re
gard It In th cltght of n quid pro quo
ror what they believe to bo n conces
sion over the Nlcnruguin territory
Some papers say Lord Iinsdowne
(Continued on pago 4.)
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