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HONOLULU, -fKUIUTUKY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. KOVKMIJEU 111 1IMII
PltlOK f) Oknth.
jOPEN TiHE 1GMDOR TO 0RULENGE -
DISPLAY YOUR GOODS IIN THE BULLETIN
AUTH0R1TV TO AGT
Both "By Manager Pain
and Attorneys for
LIMITATIONS ON FOREIGN
Judge Estee Will Not Take Jurisdic
tion Until the Plaintiff Shows
Its Right to
"The Hawaiian Tramwnys Company,
Limited, a foreign corporation, ly ItH
rminnger, William H. Fain." wait turn
fit out of the United States District
Court tills morning, wlm leave to
ei-mo back ou Monday nnd show tliat
It lias imy rlgh. to appear In any
ronrt within this Territory.
It wax In connection with thu hill In
faulty of the company Just named
against the Honolulu ItapUl Tiniiblt
& Land Company, Limited, a domestic
corporation, with incidentally n mo
tion of the defendant for an order to
J. J. Dunne and J. T. De Hon to show
their authority bh counsel for the
.Mr. MiClnnahan, whoso firm Ik as
sociated with the tlet'tiulant'H attor
ney. V. H. Castle, was willing to leave
tho nuitlou to the touit'ti action with
out argument, as It tonlaiued all ttio
Mr. Dunne, brine nsked lr he had
.-nothing to nay, at onte tituxtloiii 1 the
jurUdletlon of tho mint to hear any
until motion. Mr. De Holt nnd him
self were Attorneys of the court, and
he claimed the Muilen of pi oof that
they had no authorit. to iippeiw fot
tho ptainttlt devolved on the defend
Judge Ksttu did not fee Hie matter
In that light. He rend portloux of Hit
law iclntlve to fuiclgn corporations
ftom the United Htntes Statutes on
TenllorliH. There ,weru fle dlffcienl
things retiulred of a fun leu oorpoiu
tlou Ina Territory ot tho Unite)
Htulvi. One of tbexo wax that It must
tile a lift of Its oQlcerx iind ugcnlH
within the Territory, together with A
statement of Its place of business nnd
tho name of tbe perbon upon whom
legal processes might he seried.
rullure to do any of these things In
volved a forfflturo of the (orpnrntlou'H
right to the piutettlou of law In tho
"Thla ix uu equity case." eotifluded
the court, "nnd )ou must show equi
ty." .Mr. Dunne rejoined that no -uile
bad lit en served on them to show
whether those, provisions of the xtat
. utes bad been complied with.
Judge Hstio: 'TIiIh (unit will not
tcl.o Jurisdiction until J cm xhow that
ji.ii have a right to bo In thix tourt."
Mr. Dunne: "On that point I am
piepared to advlxo the tourt that wo
tan xhow our authority If we ure given
time to subpoena wltnexxex. Wu
havo not been asked before to show
the rltfht of tho plaintiff to tome Into
tourt, but havemly been asked to
show tho authority of counsel." He
udded that they wanted, the flrxt
thing, a dlxposnl of the motion against
the m ax attorneys.
Judge Estee answered that tills wnx
a foreign corpoiatlou, and theie wnx
absolutely nothing before the court
to xhow that the couit had any Juris-
Mr. Dunne camo at It again, mollis
this was the first time they had ro-
relied notice that tho Jurisdiction of
tho court was to bo challenged under
tho Tenltoilal Act.
Judgo Hstio said all the plaintiff
h.id to dn was to produce a copy of tlm
public- recordx to show the facts Indi
cating Itx compliance with the provl
xlons of the htututu.
Mr. McClannhan pointed out that the
plaintiff, accenting to tho papers on
tile, lepudlated tho tormer action of
Itr manager and purported nttorneys
In lltlgatlou heforo tho Supreme Court
of tho Territory. Thero wax no io
flection Intended on tho good fulth of
counsel In tho present matter, but tho
repudiation by plaintiff of Its I'oimer
counsel necessarily Biugoxtid Inquiry
Into the authority of touiniel now- up
pinrlng. College Hills
During tho dull times of tho
past eight months
havo been sold at
Tho, price paid for these
111) lots was
Somo of thesn lots havo
been resold at an adianco
of from 25 to GO per tent,
No buyers at College Hills
aro o..crlng their lots at tho
original price, becntiso Rap
Id Transit has made them
Intrinsically worth at least
a 2.1 per cent advance.
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
There seems to bo no doubt what
ever that, In a week's time, tho com
mittee appointed by tho Inter-collegiate
Football League to collect money
to get the OImplc football team here,
will be ready to report. Mr. Wise him
self has six names on his list, every
one of whlrli Is good for the $5, which
will go toward making up the $lfi00
Riiaiantec. Mr. llalley lias not been
seen but ho has scleral names. There
has not been the least hesitancy on
the part of people nsked to put up the
money. The names .Mr. Wise has aro
ns follows: Prince David Kuwanana
l.tM, I'rlnto Jonah Kalanhin.iole, C. F.
Chlltlngworth, A. L. C. Atkinson, Ho
nolulu Athletic Club nnd Pearson &
Potter. Ho has scleral other names
he feels sure ho can count on.
With this excellent showing, the trip
of tho Olympic football team to Hono
lulu would seem to bo nssured. These
men have sent their proposition nnd
the onl) thing for tho Honolulu boys to
do Is to get tho money. There Is no
doubt whatever that tho receipts from
the series of games thnt will bo played
here will bo sufficient to cover tho
money put up.
i" a ;t ? :t ,v $. a
Mr. Dunno wnntod to know what
wax before, thu tourt.
Judge Kstcu nusweud that the
tturt would not limit counsel.
Mr. Dunne: "Hut II the question of
the rlfjit of tho plaintiff under the
Territorial Act Is to como up, I repeat
my icqui'Kt for tlino lo make a reply.
.tilde listen requested Mr. McClan.v
ban to go on If he desired to say any
thing. Mr. MtClanahiiu in opening mado
some reference to proceedings In tho
Territorial Supremo Court, when
Judge Hxteo told nlin tho tourt would
consider nothing relating to tho Su
Memo Court of Hawaii excepting Its
Mr. McClannhan explained thnt ref
eienco wns to tho judgment of that
court on n submission between the
pitsent pnrtlcs. Ho went on to say
that thu conditions regarding appear
unc ex or tho plaintiff In both courts
were Identical. Tho plnlutllf repudlnt
imI the nets ot Itx nttotuc-ys In tho tin
wnllan Suirctno Court under similar
ilicuniKtnnteK to thoso of tho present
procec dliigu. It was therefore unsnte
foi the defendant to proceed, for the
plaintiff might say, utter tho case was
decided, that tho attorneys had no
power to ntt on Ha behair, if e online I
In Id tin lr authority fiom W. It. Pain,
let them produce It, nud then the de
fendant might Inquire what wax the
authority of W. I.. Pain hlniBelf.
' Mr. McClannhan then produced set
eral strong authorities to show that it
wax competent for a lltlgcnt to inquire
at the very threshold of proceedings
Into tho authority of counsel to act on
behalf of his antagonist. Cases were
dt eel showing It was tho duty of a
flirt summarily to dismiss an action
where (lie authorization of n purport
ed litigant therefor was not establish
ed whenever it was questioned. Mr.
McClannhan nsked tho protection ol
the court for tho defendant. They had
set foith a Btato ot facts demoustrat
Ing that it was unsaru for tho defend
ant to proceed, .hoy wero not chal
lenging thu good faith of counsel
They believed they weto acting In
gcoc! faith, Imt defendant wanted to
hi.nw whether their nppcatantc would
be lepudlated later.
.Mr. Dunno replied, saving for the
first thing thnt It wan not truo In any
shape or form that what wns holm; III.
Igated now- was tho xamo matter as
hail been litigated In tho Supremo
Court or the Territory. A bill In equi
ty wax tho baslB of these iirocucillnuR.
In which tho validity of tho charter
ot tnei lluplcl Transit Company was de
nied. Tho bill was vlgned by "Hawaii
an Trnmwajs Company, Limited, by
W, If. Pain, manager," and tho names
ot reputable counsel wero attached to
tho document. Then the Jurat of W.
II. Pain appended to tho bill said tin
der oath that ho waB tho manager ol
cue company ami acting for It. nven
the return of the defendant to the com
plaint was crammed with admissions
that I'aln was tho manager.
Judgo Ksteo Interjected: "Is Pain
the plaintiff, and I. ho is should no not
bIiiiw his authority?"
Mr. Dunno hero begged for permis
sion to mnlio t:ts argument In consecu
Judgo IMeo rejoined that If ho could
not Interrupt counsel then ho could
cot do so any time.
Mr. Dunno said they were not then
dealing with tho legality of Pain's
Judge Kstoe: "Tho court Is dealing
with It." In answer to a further re
mark of counsel tho court said: "This
Ix nn equity case nnd the couit wants
to know if tho plaintiff has a right to
appear In UiIb court.'
Mr. Dunno complained ot being pre
vented Horn nrgulng out his points
and spoko or tho plaintiffs case as be
ing roreiloxed by tho court.
Judge Keteo told counsel that ho
must answer questions raised by thu
court. Plalntirt had filed a bill In equi
ty. .Mr. Pain said thnt counsel In nu
cither case woro not authorized to act
by tho company. To ask equity re
quired tho doing of cqu'iy, 1 no plnln
tiff was a foreign corporation. Ac
lording to tho Htntuto all foreign tot
porattnns doing business In tho Terri
tory must havo somo person on whom
papers may bo serveu.
Mr. Dunno obseAcd thnt there
xecmed to bo no uso for any further
Judgu I'stcu said ho supposed (ho
plaintiff ought to have some tlmo to
pioduco Its authority. fho court
would glvo It until Monday morning
ut V) o'clock, "you aro to show Mr.
Pain's authority and you aro to Bhow
ymr own authority," thu tourt con
eluded nud then adjourned.
niCHAUD At Knplolanl MatcTnlty
Home, November 15, 1901, to tho
wlfo of Joseph Hlchard, a son.
Fine .lob l'riiilin nt tho Dill
SflU? TIlPTP Wfl? Nfii'" ho played on the recreation
oa,y o i nci c n aa nu .,.. , Mnklk, ,. to comm(,n,e
Need For Such a
OVER CHANGE OF NAME
OF HOME RULE PARTY
A Word About Dole and His Con
That Ewaliko Will
Senator Kulauokalaul returned frotil
the other aide of tho IMand ) cuter day
WUCIV 1IU WlMll, IU UCb U ILllUl Ul-J 111 it'
case. When asked what he had to say!
about the action of tho executive com-'
. u . ., ' 1 .1 January 11 - Hnekfeld-Davles vs
other night, he smiled a very bioad' wanderers
smile and said: "Why. that whole. Jftn "is-Mnllo-lllmaa vs. Wan
thing was settled a long time ago. Wo Li,.,.,.,
have been llama Rulo Republicans jnm'mry SB-Honolulu vs. llnckfeld
since tho lOtli of January last. There r)nv,,fl
1ms been a lot of talk about the action VtbMy iH0nohilu vs. Wander
of the executtvo committee being H-!,.rs
legal and all thaL Why the thing does I
nut ttppruiitii u puim wiicrci it can ue i
tailed anjthlng. As 1 say, we havi
one n nunie ituin iicpuuiu-uns lur some juinias.
,lmc-" Kebrunry 22 Wandcrort vs. Hock
Wlirn uxked what the thought about fcld-Davlcx.
the change, he said: "I think wo did, '
a goon tiling wntn wu tiiangeci me
inline by taking oft the word 'Indepen
dent.' -Mr, Wilcox, our delegate, had
occasion to learn In Washington what
would hu tho best thing for iu to do
ami he came back with certain recom-
inruJatloux. I thought at tho time!
thnt It was the right thing to do and
I feel today that we have uudo no mis
take. Wo aro working nlong for the
best Interests of the people and I be
lieve that that Is what the Republi
can party lajs claim to. An Indepen
dent inn ty could not obtain recogni
tion from n Republican administration.
Thnt stands to reason. All this talk
about the squid action on our part Is
useless. The thlnir has been done nnd
we mean to stick by It. When there'
wax to much argument going on about
tho chnnge of thu name of tho party, i
I did not xay much for I knew ill
would nil come to naught and thosn
who were clamoring loudest would
have to como back to the. boundary rtturncd a verdict of not gullfy.
line. Of tourse. If It docx these peo-J Lum Chun wns trlid for Itirccny sec
pie good to blow off a little surplus ond degrre In stcnllng chickens, a vcr
steam let them go nhcad and do It." i diet of not guilty being relurned by ill
When nsked about the Hllo election ' rCLtlou " 'll(! ""' ''no follow Ip
and tho probable outcome, Mr. Kalau-!ttaH tue J'"" cliaB- B I'a!c J- w
okalanl said without hesitation that 'Smithies. Isaac ltarbottle. any Living
iu believed Hw.illko would carry his Ht0. J,ls- ' .M'rsehcrg. (leo. W. llur.
district by storm. Continuing, he said: rh,m- Il,l,,' A I'"""!". Win. Heirlck
Lewis Is iiiidoubtcdly a good man but 0c"- K Knl" "a1'' Notle, John L
.id has not the advantage already oh-! "ana"""i. " '. "Ickerton. .JmU-e
tallied by Mr. Kwallko. Iu this case. nilhrey nitetl on n motion of At
thero Is a great deal In a name. Lewis ,nrncy "rooks, on the ground that, al
Is tho candliluto of the Republican 0"Rl1 ll,c 0-'n property was found
party and him not the support of tho ,n -'fPfndant'B possestioji, there wns
Homo Rule party. Of tourse. what tlno evidence connecting defendant with
say Is simply my opinion. We Home lhu M,e Thc chickens appeared In
Rulers In Honolulu huvo decided to let! court'
Hllo fight her own battles. We have '" K- ot'8. ,cnt "'k to Jj)1 tor
not Intel fend nnd we do not Intend to.l VMKra"7 Jury empaneled In his
Mr. Knlaiioknlunl said he had noth- r"e bclnB " from finding a vcr
Ing to say about tho special session. ' U'et' A ? Bt. A"orre5' "e""1
it- iik ii, r.i r ii, iinm.. iini.r. Doutlillt had made the discovery. Just
..it n,i. o.w, ii t,.Jui,,n wu n,a
sary but that stith nn otitcon could
not bo expected from u man such a
(lovcrnni Dolo who seemed to work """ """' ', ni"iuio mr mm
tlonoln his little olllce In the Capitol, to an1'n' ,from ""Umico of six
u Kindles of the video of tho people . mont '" ,al ,'a,rrt ,ab,'r- T'"' J,,ry cnn"
riom Hawaii to Kauai. "I cannot un ?'8,e.'' of,i1 J-'1""''1 K mp- ni,ll- A
derxtnnd the com so Mr. Dolo Is foJ '''xer J Swlnlon. ( en. W' Macy.
lowing." tald Mr. Knlnuokalnnl. " J"0' , M' 'V?; l'l-nr.l WnodvvKrd.
do not know in can really call It a Jonah K NnMln. Isaac It . Harbottte.
u.xe nt nil. I wonder If the think. ""', ". - asM Sims. Gen
that Im will ftcclve a pat on the shoti,-, W K,a l"1'1 Alt'x; " Nltliolas.
ler from Washington for tho wuy Iih -
Is acting. If he dors, I tliluk ho i, At tho recent preliminary oxiinilna--rcniiv
-i !. nnl Bllru Wiisli'"""8 ncltl UJ' ""1 ll0ar'l "f phnrmaiv
lagton will not ho ,cry proud to , f0 XZ,
., u. uu. ....... oi iiavvall ns a man or Virgil, nnd parse much m them, nnd
who will nlmost literally go down oi to answer some pretty xti.. questions
lilu hands nnd knees to moiilcd men of In arithmetic, Ihigllsh giammiir, nlge
' lie city to put up cnuh to cany on such orn nnd Lucllil. ('iindldatiB who iciuld
an Institution as the The Claims pass this oxaiiilifitlon wem consldeied
Comuilfhlon which wns authorized b oilhy of nppljlng for a further ox
thu Iealslature I cannot Inmclno a nmlnntlon to havo the.r cimllflcatlons
mo i.eg suture, l cannot imagino u n3 pimrmnrHtH lmsHP( pon victoria
uioro plthiblo sight. ,,, (omparatlvely now country, urn'
"I wonder If Mr. Dolo knows that u yet hardly out of the "wild and
thero Is a special ngent from Washing- woolly" stngo. Druggists' Circular,
ton In the city looking Into matters of I -
moment to tho (lovornmcnt. 1 wonder I "They sny that King c'divard VII Is
what kind or a report this man will careful of his speech and often cor
carry back to Washington." lr1',,H n.P rror ll1 language mado by
ft ,na l....nn.l 1... n I...llAl n..nH.
,.:"ZZ:".i.?. " ."" ':',.
',; ' , '. " "',
pealed to a week or so to call a special
session iu oiuer to relieve the govern
ntent and that he mado a flat footed ro
Charles McDonald, male of tho ship
I'mlly 11, Reed, was sentenced by
Judii Ksteo to bo Imprisoned three)
months In Oahn prison. This Is thn
minimum penalty, the maximum being
I..M JltllD, (U ...IIICtlUK. IMiIUI,M lll-
Ishment on a sailor. Mr. Pitch note I
exceptions lo 'Judgo Kstco's ruling out
s. motion for arrest of Judgment,
which was based tolely on tbe indict
ment. Hot water Is uced to sprinkle the
streets In tlolsc City, Idaho. It Is
drawn from an artesian well.
The tusoclatinn football season will
open this afternoon with n friendly
gnme bitwren the Malle-lllmiis nnd the
Wanderers. Although this game Is
only for practice, each side will put n
nlrnni team In Hip flrbt. Thn matrh
promptly nt 4:15 o'clock. The team)
will line up ns followir.
Mallc-lllmiix Ooal, Clement; full
backs. It. Anderson (captain), nnd Mc
(3 10; halfbacks, J. Anderson. Cralk and
II row n; forwards, Munro, dimming,
llnylc, Holster and Lum Qui
Wanderers Ooal, Nolleyj fullbacks,
Chris Willis and Muddux: halfbacks.
Stokes, Hlachman and William Mc
I .can; forwards, Kcntwcll, M. Simpson
Ooudle, Cockburn and Catton (cap
tain). Following Is n complete schedule o'
the games to be played:
December 7 Wanderers vs. . Malle
Illmas December 14 HackfeM-Davles v
December 21 Wanderers vs. Hono
lulu. i llAlAtnhAP VllAHA.1limaa a llnnlr
January 4 Malle-lllnias vs. Honolu
HackfeM-Dai lea i.
" Kebruary 15 Honolulu
dS 61 TO 1
OTIS COULD NIT APPEAL
FROM VAGRANCY SENTENCE
Chickens Cone Into Court But Can
not Identify Their Own Thief
When the Circuit Court resumed yes'
terdny afternoon, the Jury trying Ke
aloha for stealing ! from a Japanese
I hefore argument should bo made to
,n.Jin?r' '"t the defendant pleaded
f",IUy J.?,U,e "'"'f'f1 C"t Hono-
.. "Well, ho Is the natural guardian of
tho King's Kngllsn, you know." Do
t rol t 1'rco I'ress.
TIlC MerCliailtS PafCCl Deliver)
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621,
Packages shipped o
all parts of the United
States and I'urope.
Offlro, 1047 Ilcthel St,
opposite Honolulu Market
What Plantations of Is
lands Are Figuring
SOMETHING ON RELATIVE
COST OF OIL AND COAL
Saving on All Sides-More Land
Will Be .'t Oace Oien;d
Up For Culti
vation The question of the use of pttrolvunt
for fuel on the plantations, whlth has
been talked about for a long time ,int I There will be no breathing spch such
bus now reached such n stage that tho'a 'hose that eharaeterUed the games
trial or this new Mel Is an assured fact., of JBt enr nl"' ,llu ear ut'fort'
Several of the more important com
panies nave signect lor live ami icu
jes'irs' supply at a specified price, df
ilvered at tho works.
The use of crude oil for fin I purposes
!s not a new departure but, on tht
rcntrary, California has been utilizing
It for years. Its advantage In prlc
over coal nnd Its general utility, havo
long been rerognlred. Again, the snv
ing In labor Is an Item ot 'no small '
moment and, from reliable sources, It '" "'. c ,u',,u" """""' ., ,,p ,ur
Is ascertained that the minimum BUV.JJ ''"e.l,oce Court this forenoon.
Ing nlun:; tliN line It i.bout 40 per cent
evlllln Mm lin.l,,.,,,., U iil.nnl K wr '
wniio llie maximum Is about 80 peri
Knr Instance, take the Australian
nnd American coals used for fuel In
tho lodraullc pumping plants of tho
various plantations of the Islands.
TheiP la nn it innmllnn nf Irnm S In
incie is an evaporation or rrom 8 to,
3i pounds of water to n pound of fuel '
at 2ia degree, rarcnh.lt. coal costing'
laid down on the plantation
ts.no to J9.r,0 per ton.
I'nder tho live nnd ten year con
truriB, oil costs laid down fl.CO per
l-nirrl, tho basis or evaporation force
of the same being In the ratio nt 3.3S
barrels per Ion or about 40 per cent
raving on first cot. This saving Is
still further increased In the dltTer
cren In cert or labor necessary to
handling ond Hi Inc.
The adoption cf oil ns a fuel by the
Plantation p,. :..,,, mis thn r. s-.l ,
grcalei area e.r laud nn the different!
rhintallons will be planted In sugar'
tie. fur the raving In tost of fuel
will make It i.qsslblc In pump water to
trintu u1illi litn n. I. n.. I. .....I..
into rcqiLsmon' heretorore on acunt
or their high ellltude.
tlrudually the sugar pl.int.illnus nre
adnptlng economic Ideas nnd principles
tn lhu inm'i.et of their properties nnd
thla of rnuifo will all como back Iu
lut'iensed illiliKl.d; to the stockhold
UNDER TWO FLG.
"I'nder Two Kings," one of thu most
rnmous or recent stage successes will
Do given ror the tlrst tlmo here this
evening by Mr. Nelll and tbe Nclll
rompnny. The play lu.s attracted wide-
spread attention nnd wns the sensa-lher
Hon of the last xtigo season. This
evening Miss Chapman will he seen In
her, sensational chnrncterlzutlon of
"Cigarette." Mr. Nclll will appear as
Untie Cecil. All of the original stage
effects will be used, Including thu
sand storm In the desert. Tho per
formance will commence nt K o'clock.
IJxtra seats have been pinvlded for In
the spnre where the muslilnns usually
Ceo. It. Carter has Vinsnered tht
petition of Win. A. Hall lo terminate,
the bpcudthrlft trust ho holds over tho
petitioner Ho e:i)s he never desired
tho position or guardian, but bellevcn
If tho trust weru terminated Hall
v.uiild waste his estate.
The rullowlni; Irrldunt afforded
ninth amusement tu tho luto Kulscrln
Augusta, nnd for long ufterwaid used
to bo told amidst consldi'iahlo merrl
mint nt tho Prussian court. It was
In tho days beforo 1870. when Her
Majesty was Queen of I'russlu only
ind when less pomp and lounnouy
were dlspla)ed tin the Spree. A ilnp't
tntlun or country folk tumo up to Der
Iln to lay n petition of somo Impor
tune o beloro tho King. After tho bus
It'css pait of tjio day was over His
Majesty graciously asked all tho gen
tlemen to dlna with him. During des
hcrt packets nud dishes of bonbons
and other Bweotmeats wero handed
mound, nnd one of tho guests, after
looking nrounil tho room to xeo If hn
wns being observed, put a louplo or
pnekets of bonbons Into his pocket tn
tnko homo tn Ids children ns a xouvn
nlr of thu toval table. Tho caglo cyo
or the chlcr master, or leremonlns,
Count Stlllfrled-Alcantarn. observed
him. "Ah'" said ho to hlmsuir. "thn
old fellow has somo children, I will
glio him something for hum'" Ho
had n warm heirt and was hint on do
ing him a klndnoss. So lifter dinner
he walked up to the deputy and gave
him two picko'B of bonbons, with tho
words: "Pny. glvo these to our
children." Philadelphia Tele-cram.
Tho moat satisfying thing In llfo Is
love nnd sympithy; ut these, llkn
fame, must enmo spontaneously nnd
Indirectly, If they como nt all, and not
bo sought ns a specific end or direct
nim In themselves. Lilian Whiting.
No bettei day than this for n foot
ball game In Hie Islands could be
looked for The ntmosphcrc Is cool
nnd the air bracing nnd by the tlmo
tin football game between the Millie
Ilium nnd Honolulu Athletic teams
is cm full blast this afternoon. It will
bo xnveinl degrees cooler From nf.
nppc.-itnticcx, theie will be no down
fall of rain Through the efforts of
the Iliit lottti. thu bund will piny at
the game, which Is to take place on
the campus nt Oahu College and which
lit to begin at 3 .in o'clork sharp. Tak
ing all these favorable points Into con
xlderatlon, there should be an ex
tlemely large turnout.
Tho police have their Instructions
regarding thn lioundniles ltndde of
which the spectators will not be nl
lowed and they will carry these out to
the letter even If they have to throw
out obstropcrous people. This matter
of written Instructlonx camo about ax
u dlrett request from Deputy Sheriff
ChlllliiKwnrth. A good forct of tho
best mounted and foot orrtcers will bo
In attendance nt the gnme and order
will be preserved at all hurards.
Tho teams as given In yesterday's
llultotln will bo the ones to tal.o the
Held on opposite sldex today. W II.
llibbltt vvlll act ax referee and people
who go out may thereforo expect to
co ft very swift game, for Mr. Ilnlililtt
does not believe In the least delay
Bid Mil ASSAULT
A! BATTERY (1
The big Pnuoa nsxault and battery
?ai? '" ",c', fm,r .7MlvM Wer Bal''
."V: '"'", were iMineiiivva
'""", I.. All 1.111 UnU lninuiamil. mM"' - " --.... -.w w
.. '..,... ...,,, .,,.,. i twenty and tvventv.nvo ml miles n
.. r ,h V aL Z , ,k", '
.,' ,om all the evidence. It xermx hal ,
l,l coiiililalnlng witness got a little i
"," "'" , "q,",r "e " ,,:r, ,a . ". '" i
1 wife followed suit. Alknke ended n!
" " "" """" III lure
. , ,
1... , I ,1 . ...... I .
"l "M tor '",1"' '.nnol,'lv
of, ' ,e wm1,1",!'1 r" ,ml' an'' '
IMIIII'llinH. It M.H,
i ed beyond nil measuro at the treat
ment of his mother, not only seized .
the complaining witness but beat him
badly with n club. The other three? i
defendants, nil relatives or the prin-
clp.il defendant, assisted In tho work,
An old man who was put on thn wll-
1IIM stnml nn the xlile nf thn ilefenun
stated thai the complaining witness
had drawn n pocket knife and would
havo stabbed the woman had not one
nf the defendants grabbed the weapon
''... .. ..
""L'h Wienie d that he had struck ' The WrSX The Vaco "we o ' Vm.
A,u", ltH A rl .,l. I it nt r.m ..' "''','"', VoirU Keohoknlolo .mi
A'k '.' ""L" .' ! '".'JT.".' l!. N Kl-nw. i:. K. Llllkalanl was
.V '.". , ..'.' ..."'" re
'' '"" "'" i'i'"j '""
hliva had called nt his otllcc esten)ay
. Z" 'J J?
had struck the complaining witness.
It was nn the strength of this that hn
had had the man arrested. Tho marks
nn Alknko's body i hotted that somo
such lustliimcut us a club had been
Judge Wilcox called up ns n wltnc
the woman who had been the cause of
all the trouhlo and, during the course
nf her testimony, she stated thai she
had been tun drunk to know what had
taken place. In her eltort to protect
i her husband, she stated thnt the black
eye she had, had come tinm contact
with the ground when bbe tell down.
Judgo Wilcox pointed ont the ract that
eve wns farther back In her head
! than her nose and Hint, hnd the hrulso
been registered nnywhere It would
havo been on tho nose. Tho witness
had nothing tn say.
Tho prosecution nsked for Imprison
ment In the case of tho principal de
fendant nnd Judge Wilcox I in posed n
sentence of a month nt hnnl labor. The
, other three defendants were each fined
$.", and costs.
Thu following scries or sermons to
jouiib piopln Ix announced by the I'p-
viiiiu i.tiiKue in tut .iicinouisi i.pix -
copal tiiurcli: Nov. 17 "Youth; Its
possibilities." Nov. 21. "Silt-Respect
and Self-Mastery." Dee. 1. "Habits
nnd Dlveislons." Dec. 8. '"The
Science of Success." Dec. 15. "Thing
These sermons will bo delivered by
the pastor at tho regular Sunday even
ing services at 7:30 o'clock In the
Methodist I'plscnpal church, Herctunln
MOAN A IIOTfil. DINNIiP.
California Oyster Cocktail.
Celery en Ilranrhes. ItadUhcs.
I'llet of Solo Tartar Sauco.
York Ham tllaco Sauco Clmmpagno.
Chicken Croquettes u In Perlgueux.
Cotellottex d'Aencnu mix Petlts Pols.
Uaked llanana Since Cognac.
Hoasl Hlb3 of Prime lleef.
Stuffed Turke-v Cranberry Sauce.
Halted Riven Potatoes,
New Caullllower Siueo Moussellre.
Lettuce nnd Oreen Penner Salad.
Parfalt an Cafe leo Cream.
Moana Iln'e-I Sneelal PuddltlB.
Mixed Nuts. Raisins.
Amerlcmi I'rlo nnd lMum Cheese.
Hours from fi to 8 p. in.
Music by Hawaiian Quartet Club.
Hawaii Miniature Yacht
Club Has Annual
GOOD TIME MADE BY BOATS
OVER BELL BOUY COURSE
Lady L. II Wins Cup-Cnpid's Boat
Went Out to Sea-Luau
Ab Is usual, thn anniversary of thn
birth of the late good King Knlakaua
was observed today by tho regular re
gatta of the Hawaii Miniature Yacht
Club, of which the two Princes, David
and Cupid, are patrons.
The llttlo boats, of which thcrt
were eight Martcrs, wero all ready for
tho raco at 9 o'llotk, hut a wait ot
about half tin hour wus had to explain
matters nnd decide upon tho course.
It wns llrxt thought t-.at on account ot
the high wind blowing that tho boatit
would not be able to havo heir compe
tition, but the wind moderating a littla
It wnx decided to send thorn over thu
bell buoy course from tho lighthouse
l'rlnce David's )ncht, tbe Vl-Ke un
thored In tho stream nnd at 9:40 tho
boats started. The Lady L. I. and 1-a-
wcalllo wero given n luno allow anco ol
H"- and stnrt.,1 with the bunch.
Tuy ',., oler ,
oml made good tlmo to tho spar buoy.
,l10 ?'"'' of tin llttlo boats fol
lowed niter them In rowhuats and in
. n..u..u I....1 I.M-.1 ...Mn .n 1 ....
o.'iiii- i iiui .1 mini muu iu ii,
., ull, .,,,, 'i,i-- inl .i, i.,i
.- " --" ---- - ..,.-. .- ., ..." ...s
L. II. got away from her attendants
und had tu have Young's gnsolino
launch sent n.'tei- her to bring her
t,a,.v ( fw vvu
,t 11:15 the
i ji ii;iu tue nrst noai crossed inu
(ltihli line. Him wns tho I.ady I 1. and
made tho trip In uuo hour nnd thirty
mlnutey, winning the cup and 20
,rl'u- Ant? ,H'f fn,"' ho I-awcalllo.
" "'. """ """' " 'i"i iuiuuict.
The three other prizewinners were
the Knhnl.anuhinl, Wild Hwan and
I.ady L. II All thc boats finished
within two hours of thn starting time
nud this Is cooslderid very good worV
I In .1... ,. lt.il t...l u.... ,l.n. n.n-i. t.i.l
rtaitor .Hid ttiner. This evening there
will lie n icrsl for thu nart clnanta n
tho race nnd tho ollleials at tho Wal-
Ml I H-ildfiic of tho I'rlnccs. Durlui:
the evenlni. Hie iirl"s won by tho
boats . ll, b' distributed.
HinM'tMU COURT HUARINC.
J K. Morgan vs. 1". C. Ilettera -was
argued before the Supremo Court yes
trday. It I the case recently reported
in Hie ntiltetln whero Judgo Oear,
hearing defendant's appeal from the
Honolulu District Court, garo judg
ment ror tho plaintiff nnd delivered a
lecture on thc appealing of trivial
causes. The matter wus a bill of $3.25
ror goods sold at miction by plaintiff
to defendant, pavment or which the
latter refused because ut non-delivery
of the articles.
The Robinson Hstnte tax appeal was
also argued and submitted yesterday.
Christian church K. 8. Muckley,
pastor. r,"0 lloretanln, tel, III no. 1001,
Rev. K. Azhlll, who with his wife
sails for the Mainland on Tuesday,
will preach nt 11 a. m. Sunday on "Con
firmations of tho rnlth." Tbe pastor
will preach at 7:30 p. m. on "Christ, a
Cciltrllltt.il l'lirce." Illhln x.-hnnl nl
9 IS n. m. Yciiinc I'eonln's meeting m
fi:50 p. in. All ure tordially Invited to
i uicse services.
should bo carefully selected
and every attention given to
having them a purfci nt
Laird 4 Schobar't Shoes
for children nro wo.l known
to bo tho lines made. Wo
navo G00O pairs qf these
shoes In stock and can sure
ly please jou.
Mothers who like to sco
l.ielr children well and com.
fortnbly dressed should
come and see us. They may
feel assured tnat every care
will bo plven to having
bab)'s root properly ntted.
1057 FOKT STREET.