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HONOLULU, TEHU1TOKY OP HAWAII, THURSDAY. JANUARY 2 1002
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Brings in Some
WATER RATES PAYMENT
NOT YET RUSHING
Mr. Murphy is Forwarding the House
Numbering Work and Making
Records No Word of New
A round of tho Capitol today was
tewarded with .nothing but detached
Items of public Interest
Hoy Chamberlain, Collector of In
ternal Revenue, Is still without an ans
wer from Washington to his request
for an additional outstda deputy.
Captain Sam Johnson, overseer of
the garbage removal system under the
Department of Public Works, reports
that tho recelptB for the quarter Just
past amounted to $20i.
A. E. Murphy, clerk of the Assistant
Superintendent of Public Works, Is
still tolling- at the house numbering
system. The dlffcrenco between the
present nnd previous attempts at num
bering the houses of Honolulu Is that
now records of the work nro being
made for preservation. Long street
frontages without buildings are being
allotted numbers adequate to the dis
tance, which being recorded will be
available for houses when built. Tho
records consist of both books and
The semi-annual collection of city
water rates has produced no sign of a
rush of privilege-holders with the coin.
It will come before tho 15th Inst.
Frank Corrca appeared In the Police
Court this forenoon on tho charge of
letting off explosives In tho public
street. The defendant pleaded guilty.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth then
stepped forward nnd explained the cir
cumstances connected with the arrest
While ho and Captain Parker were
on Hotel street, near Fort early last
night, they heard a loud report and,
turning, saw a woman and three young
men jump suddenly from tho place
where tho cxIo3lon took place. They
wcro at n loss to locate tho person who
did the firing but felt sure It was one ol
tho four persons. Tho woman was
eliminated and that left the three
Ttoth tho deputy sheriff and senior
captain wero In citizen's clothes and
were out on tho streets to see that
thero were no Infractions of tho law.
They went up nnd stood on the corner,
at the same time keeping their eyes on
tho threo young men. It was not long
before there was another report near
by and the sarao young men with a
couple of others were seen to Jump.
Tho officers followed and hold up tho
group. Without a word, Correa hand
ed over a bamboo cane. Upon exami
nation of this, the officers found that
it was tipped with a heavy pleco of
iron with-a silt In tho mlddlo and a
place for a .22 callbro blink cartridge.
Ily striking tho cano on tho sidewalk
the cartridge would explode. In tho
young man's pocket was found a box
of the cartridges marked "Extra Loud"
In red letters. Tho cano ariangemcnt
Is a new thing in town and tho pollco
nro glad that they happened to And ono
this early for they anticipate '.at there
will be more cases of tho kind.
Correa was fined $10 and costs and
was given a very Bovoro lecture by
.: or Rent
Well located C-room Cottage
at Maklkl; dining room and
bedrooms mosquito proof;
best of plumbing.
Only $400 down.
for balance, will buy It, or
will rent to family without
children, for $30 por month.
Ring up Main 69 and In
quire about this.
STATEMENT IS DENIED
Mis') Erncstlno Coughran, recently a
reporter on Honolulu papers, Is repre
sented in the San Francisco correspon
dence of the Advertiser as saying "that
sho will soon go cast on an Important
mission for Judge. Humphreys. Miss
Coughran remarks that she disliked
to leave Hawaii at this time, where
her services seemed to bo greatly
needed, but sho feels that, to have
staid there, would havo been at tho ex
pense of grave Interests personal to
her former employer."
Judge Humphreys, on being shown
the foregoing statement, declared there
was not a particle of truth in It and,
moreover, he did not believe that Miss
Coughran ever said anything of tho
kind. Ho had never met Miss Cough
ran excepting casually wlien sho was
reporting rourt news, or conversed
with her to exceed five minutes on any
such occasion, although ho had been
favorably Impressed wllfi her bright
ness aud Industry as a reporter.
LATE ARCH. F. GILFILLAN
WAS RECENTLY DIVORCED
Couple Were Separated Many Years
--An Occident Poky in
Favor of Miss.
The lato Archibald Forrest Gllflllan
was married In Orace cathedral, San
Francisco, twenty-thrco years ago. He
had n son called after himself, who
Is now twenty-ono years of ago and liv
ing In San Francisco. Mrs. Qllflllan
wrote to her husband about the time
be went to tho Mainland, suggesting
fiat It was time the anomalous rela
tions between them should bo ended.
They had been separated nil the time
of his life In Honolulu,
Mr. Gllflllan assented to tho propo
sition and paid tho legal expenses of
the divorce, of which the decrco was
Issued In September. He was going
to procure n copy of tho decree on his
intended return to Honolulu. The dl
vorco was granted on the ground ot
non-support and reported In tho San
On leaving Honolulu the late Mr.
Gllflllan took out an accident policy
for $3000 In favor of Miss Mabel Phil
lips, the orphan daughter of his old
friend and brother MaBon, the late
John Phillips. There Is a clause in
tho policy relative to street cars which
may be construed to mean doubling tlia
liability of the company, or making the
amount to bo paid tho beneficiary $10,'
Watluku. Dec. 23. Tho engagement
recently announced of Miss MaggW
Nnpo to Mr. W. II. Field. Is to bo fol
lowed by a quiet wedding at Maunaolu
Seminary at noon on tho day preceding
New Year's, at which llev. Dr. 13. O.
Ucckwith will officiate.
MIbs Napo is a very bright, winning
young lady who has hosts of fricndB,
not only on Maul but also In Honolulu.
Mr. Field Is an enterprising, energetic
yGunga.man, and Walluku Is to bo con
grntulatcd on tho fact that tuo young
couple will mako their ponnancut
homo among us. News.
Fire Civic kcr NulHnncc.
Four Portuguese boys wcro arrested
last evening for letting off firecrackers
In tho street. They wcro reprimanded
and discharged by Judgo Wilcox In the
Pollco Court this forenoon. Tho boys
camo very near causing a couple ol
runaways on tho crowded streets.
No ono may let off firecrackers on
the public streets unlets permission li
obtained from tho Governor. In the
event of the absence of this official,
permission must bo obtained from
cither one of tho district magistrates.
Governor Dole was asked this morn
ing If a special election would bo held
In the Fourth Representative District
to fill the vacancy caused by the death
of Archibald V, Ollflliun. -His reply
was that tho law required that an elec
tion should be held, but ho was un
able as yet tn name the date.
Knliultil llnrhop Fleet.
Walluku, Dec. 23. Kahulut harboj
in tilling up with Us usual mi gar fleet,
and times aro lively now at our sea
port. Somo of the arriving vessels
wcro loaded with lumbor, nnd the Ka
hulul Lumber Company, which had bo
gun to run short in somo lines, is now
well stocked up nnd able to till any
order from a shingle, to a Uag pole.
A HOME ENTBRPfitSR.
What Is the use of buying lnsnrai.ee
In a foreign company when wo havo a
home company. The Oriental Life,
with offices in tho-stangcnwald bldg.
Passenger It's shameful to have to
wait so long on this switch. Conduct
or Well, If you want to finish your
Irlp In an ambulance, wo can go on
nnd collide with that other car.
PRO RATA ALLOWANCE
Following Is the schedule of monthly,
pro rata expenditures under Act 4,' lowed monthly and the third the total council the last day of the year. In
general expenses of the government, I expenditure, with the Items of salary j round numbers the reduction for the
for the quarter ending March 31, 1002. and payrolls from Act 3 added in. This ' rll,mlt 'luarter Is twenty-five thousand
Tho first column of figures shows the Is the scheme of economy to lit tlin out-1 !,"." ', ,?'"' " fcc," ,tlmt ma?v
, i ... .i. i . i i ...... .. . . . .. Items nre left untouched, because n-
amounts appropriated by the Legl9la-tlay with the state of the treasury, volvlng fixed charges and contrnitB.
" Total with
Appropriation Pro rain Salaries
, , Act 4. Per Mouth. Added.
Permnuent Settlements , j 708 34
Secretary Territory .'.... i"ilso6"oo $""i.3(i'n"or 1.(125 00
Judiciary.. l.nno no l.you no fi,907 60
Attorney General 5,770 no 5,500(10 21.740 00
Treasury ,coo 00 l.fiOU Ou 5,875 00
Taxes .....s. 180(10 400 00 6,216 00
S!,J,tfy?."ct'.8 "' " "s ,)J 850 00"
!!. Ic .orH ' ? 39.1.68 011 35.000 0(1 43,142 87
W'!t.Vr AVorl(8, ' ; . 2.S90 0O 2.500 00 3.M1G 23
Public Giounds .-rT ...i. f,"3 60
J'''ro Department 1,35000 i.33 of ' 4.41,7 00
! "P;,8 ?m.C0 V. 80 00 SO 00 1.495 00
Pub c Instruction 3,230 00 , 3.000 00 19.962 SO
Public Lands 350 00 350 00 1.440 00
Agriculture and Forestry M0 00 n0 00 1.434 06
JVlryf' ' 2.710 00 2,100 0(1 3.058 34
Health I.. 225 00 17.225 0., 25,300 25
nl"' 400 00 100 00 j, 925 00
Auditor 1(17 00 167 00 1.292 00
Military 840 00 810 00 810 00
Total reduction per month, $6,238, being n shave of $24,952 off the apiiuprlatlnns for the quarter ,,7C9 2'
0 Kill illS K.11H1 U MINS
TWO FISHERY SUITS
IN CIRCUIT COURT
Kapiolani'4Estate and Mrs. Victoria
Ward Against Government
' Fisheries in Mohanea
The Knplolanl Estate, Ltd., nnd .Mrs.
Victoria Ward, owners In fee simple
of fishing rights at Mokauea and Ku
kuluaeo, respectively, havo brought
suit against the Territory of Hawaii to
establish fishery rights.
Tho action Is brought nbout ns a re
sult of Chapter 0, Sections 95 nnd 90
of tho "Act to Provide a Government
for tho Territory of Hawal," enacted by
Congress, in which It Is provided that
nny person who claims a prlvato right
to nn7 flBhcry In tho sea waters of the
Territory of Hawaii, In order to have
such vested right bo and remain valid,
within two years after the taking ef
fect of tho Act mentioned, file a peti
tion In a Circuit Court of the Territory
of Hawaii, setting forth this claim to
such fishing right.
Undoubtedly thcBC two cases arc
only the beginning of many moro and
the government will have Its hands
full depending the titles to the public
The two plaintiffs In tho cases men
tioned claim they nro sole owners In
fee simple to the fisheries of Mokauea
nnd K'ikuluaeo, respectively. Kinney,
Ballou & McClanahan for plaintiffs.
A FISHING LAUNCH.
Ono of tho Young brothers who run
it number of launches In the hr bur, U
now on the Coast and among tho busi
ness he has already attended to was
tho purchase recently of an engine for
a new launch recently built hero by
hlmsolf nnd brothers. Ho intends to
bring this machinery back with him
when he returns.
Tho new launch was built with an
Idea of taking parties of fishermen out
side for sport with the flnnyVreatures
and Is the outcome of talks with va
rious fishing enthusiasts such as H. L.
Herbert and Horace J. Craft. It will
h fitted up In fine style and, lu the
bottom will be a heavy glass plate
through which people may be enabled
to look down Into tho water for the
purpose of locating the fish.
QUEKN STRUCT NUIHANCb.
For several days paBt people, who
havo had occasion to walk along Mer
chant street In tho vicinity of tho
postomce, havo had occasion to notice
a steady stream of water pouring over
tno paement on the mauka side of the
This water comes from the yard
buck of tho Advertlsur office nnd W.
W. Dlmond's and this Is not tho flrst
tlmo that people have been Inconve
nienced by It. Tho water flows upon
tho pavement, carrying with It a lot
of wasto material that makes a decid
edly unplcaBant mass to walk through.
Nothing has been dono to remedy
tho nuisance, nnd people are getting
out of patience nbout the matter. That
particular portion of tho Btrect is ono
that Is used by hundreds of persons
during tho courso of a day,
Studont Sty, waiter, this water Is
warm. Walter I let It run quite a
whllo. sir. Student Perhnps It ran
so long it got overheated.
lure, the second tho nmounts to be al
Ilrenklng Into the holiday of tho
postVofBco cmplojes camo 250 bags of
mall in the Souoma yesterday morn-
In p. Thnv vvnrl.,,,1 nil IK.. !..- II
and mado some Inroads on tho paper
mall, when Postmaster Oat allowed
them to, knock off and call it half a
rim Tim wlmli. it tl.A .nf,ll n .t.n
country districts excepting Kona, iiu-
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Kona people will gel their portion by
the steamer Eclipse saljlng tomorrow.
It Is possible that the Cnptl may ar
rlve tomorrow evening with unotliit
mall from San Francisco,
MOTHER HIT SON.
Louis "Matthew" appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon ou tha
charge of assaulting his own mother,
Kelehln bv name. Iln nli-ntlm! i-iilltw
and Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth sug-
gesiea mat me ilercnclant he given a
term of Imprisonment.
Kelehla was colled up. Her anger
bad abated nnd -she wanted her son
reprimanded, not punished. When un
Inquiry Into the case was made. It
was found that both parlies had been
Indulging In a New Year's spree. The
young man returned home and a quar
rel ensued. The mother bit her son In
the chest and, In order .o protect him-
Sclf.the latter Klrilrk tier. Tn a- nth-.,-
way could he mako his mother loose
ner noin. un this showing, tho defen
dant WHS allowed to l-II without PWn n
On the calendiir. the name of the de
fendant nnnenreil ua Iinla Mnttli-tti.
Judge Wilcox questioned the young
man very sharply as to his right to the
nnme nnd. finally, he admitted that
Makla was his name. Mntthow was the
most similar English name he could
find. The Judge cautioned tho defen
dant against the nso of names other
than his own, for, said he, some man
by tho namo of Matthew might bo ask
ed snmn dav how It came bin nnn n,
of such a dark color.
TOMA P0L1CIIMAN AGAIN.
Tomn Abey, tho Japanese who was
dismissed from senlco on thu pollco
lorci) u toupln of months ugo ou ac
count of his vicious nsBault ou a hack
driver of tho city, is again in his uni
form and Is doing thu duties which ho
was compelled to cease from at the
tlrnn of tho assault,
Toma Is a good man and tho police
authorities recognlzo this tact. Ho is
most valuable In tho matter of track
ing Japanese fugitives and many a
good turn has ho dono for tho depart
ment. Ho Is willing nt any tlmo dur
ing tho day and night to do what ho
W told to do, Howover, thoro aro
times when ho gets a llttlo boyond
himself and these nro tho times when
hu is dismissed from tho force, only
tn bu taken on again when ho shows
signs of repentanco and willingness
to tako another tack. Toma said to
day that ho had turned over a new
leaf and that he would endeavor to
keep his place on tho forco for good.
The Salvation Army fought nobly
In all the threat centers of population
throughout the country on Thursday.
If there's any other organization that
docs so much good for so many people
In so many places, perhaps someuody
will be good enough to namo It. Bos
Tho offlco of
WELLS, FARGO & CO,
HA3 REMOVED TO THE MASONIC
DUILDINQ, COR. HOTEL AND ALA
which was adopted by the executive
RPFIKFI) Tfl IIAVF I IfillT '
"'--' " MATL LIUII I ,
Wa3 Surprised to Receive Call Early
WeW 'earS "V From
' X),Tr ftnU
! A Joku at the expense of a well
known lady In (own is being told iy
ber husband this morning, it seems
that the lady in qui-Hllun is quite su
perntltlous In many little tilings and
she would not sit down at tnblo with
twelve othi'is; neither would ahe pass
under n ladder or cut the baby's nails
lor fear of making n thlel or him. Tho
thought that a llglit-comploxioued man
should bo the flint caller at the house
on New Year's day woui.l be looked
upon as n MT,liad omen by tho ma
tron, and lu prevent Just such n thing
happening Is where the Joke took
A ceitnln gentleman In town who
makes It a custom to call frequently
at the houso was warned1 by the lady
that he must not call In the morning
He Inqiilied the reason why and was
told that as he had llgnt hair ho
would In lug had luck for n whole year
If hu was the first caller, bcelng a
chance lor some fun. tho gentleman,
who knows mi unbleached American
named Hogan, put up n Job on the
lady nnd had Hogan call nt tho house
Just ns th'o family wns sitting down
to brrakrust. Hogan rang the bell anil
was admitted. As tho lady went to
recelw" tho person nt th3 door Bho was
I greeted by Hogan wltn a "Happy New
Year, mndumc I hopo I'm dark
cuoiigh to suit." Soon nrtcr Hogan's
arrival the gentleman who had put up
tllO Iflll llll Dim lii'lv nrrhii.l n.t.l ... .
pblned matters, much to the merri
ment of nil. ilofnu included.
Levin ComlnjJ Uncle.
Osiar Lewis, tho shipping master,
lias written from Hau Francisco to Ba)
he will leavo that placo for Honolulu
on' tho steamer willing Juniiury 2. He
states further that he has been suc
cessful In the business on which he
went to tho Coast and that ho wjll have
something big In cuso cverytljlng
uirns out right.
RAISE RAILROAD PAY
Chicago. Dec. 24. M a special meet
ing of tho Gcnoial Managers' Associa
tion held heio today a movement wax
started which may result in n concral
Increase In tho wngeB of tialnmen, en
glnemen. flicmen and switchmen on
all big railroad systems east of Chi
cago. The meeting wns called at the
request of tho Pennsylvania Company,
tho causo being tho com shortage In
Chicago and other cities, shortago of
cars nnd tho congested condition ot
traffic In general. Tho coal situation,
howover, was tho moving causo for tho
meeting, utuI a dlsciiBBlon regarding It
led to n ennvass of tho entire situa
tion. In tho opinion of tho majority
of tho general managers, tho gcncml
congestion is duo In a measuro to In
efficiency of tho service rendered by
employes, nnd this vlow led to a dis
cussion of tho Inbor and wago sltua
tl)0 from a railroad standpoint. Al
though no formal resolution was nans.
I'd upon tho subject, it was generally
ngroed that a raise In tho wages of
employes would do much toward stim
ulating them to better work, which In
turn would holp relievo congested con
ditions as well as to prevent them.
Send thi weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
I. EETIK' STAY
Supreme Chancellor Ogden II. Feth
crs of the Knights Of Pythias Is rest
ing today from his trip, and probably
by tomorrow or next day no will bo
able to stnrt out on his sight-seeing
tilps. Already be Is delighted with
Hawaii and Is regretting very much
his short rtny of a fortnight In the
iRlnnds. This morning. Mr. Fethers
took a clrhe about tho city and then
returned to the hotel. The indies ol
the party were around shopping lu
ti-wu this morning.
Mr. Fethers has decided not to nt
tempt a trip to the other Islands on
nccount of his limited stay In Hawaii.
HoweVer, lie will go down the road
I ol n visit to the sueur and rice planta
tions to obscre the actual wurkiug ot
the main Industries or the islands. Hu
will also go to the Pall, take a ride up
the Paelllc Heights on the electric cars
nnd make many more trips to placei
or Inteiest in and nbout tho city.
METCALF'S EJECTMENT SUIT
THROWN OUT ON DEMURRER
Testimony in Vivas and Silva's Dis
puteDivorce Suits on File
Debt Case is Dis
continued. Judge Humphreys granted the bill
i-i partition ur Mary Ueyva vs. David
Calllhaii. a minor, and appointed W
A. Wall as commissioner to partition
The demurrer wus sustained In the
ejoetment suit of Frank Godfrey, trus
tee for Thomas Metculf, against Hel
en Rowland and others. It wns a suit
uir pleies 0, land at Kawulahao, and
Iklen ltowlnnd demurred to thu com
plaint ou the ground that uu Its fuco It
tilioucd that Metcait was not emitted
lo the property.
The partnership eontrovcrsy be
tween J. M. Vivas and M. O. SIIvh
vns referred to T. I. Dillon us master
to tako testimony.
Howard W. Adams answers tho libel
in divorce or Lena K. Adams with a
dcnlnl or most or thu allegations.
Keawe has brought a divorce suit
ngalnst William Z. II. Olepau for fail
ure to Biippurt her with the necessa
ries or life.
Satisfaction of judgment for $20.50
has been filed lu the suit of David Pa
hueleclo vs. James Curty.
The Washington Mercantile Com
pany has discontinued Its suit fur
$633.17 debt against Alltia.
C C Hitting, master, has renorted
is correct tho seventh nnnual nccount
of F. A. Schaefer. trustee or the es-
inie or a a. Cornlot, deceased.
DM TTPRitiE IN
3i.ii I'rntw lnn np - Pv-Tmlrn
ftpnri.li A llAVlu rtf llin llnu-ntlnn t.no !
has been admitted tn nractlco before
the I'nltcd States Circuit Court and'
Court or Appeals, upon motion or Hen
ry Klckhoff of this city. Judge Davis
was accompanied on the occnslon of his
ndmlsslon by Judgo Gear or Honolulu
(ind Judgo Hehburd or this city.
Weekly edition of the Dulletln $1
The Merchants' Parcel Deliver
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all parts ot the United
States and Europe.
Office, 1047 Uethel BL,
opposite Honolulu Market.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 10 P. M.
iVM ,m A Famous
We hnvo a large stock of tho excel
lent goods, which wero Just received
nnd can sny that they nro bettor than
ever, Anyono who has worn a pair of
theso shoos knows what that means.
Thoso who hnvo not found a shoo
that gives them satisfactory wear and
comfort wo suggest that they try tho
Hamilton & Brown.
NEAT FITTING, 8TYLISH, and
THE PRICE IS RIOHT.
You can Bet them only at
Manufacturers Shoe Store
IOST PORT HT.
Figuring on a Possible
Successor to Archie
HOME RULERS TALKING
PRINCE J. KALANIANAOLE
Want to Feel Pulse of Fourth District
by Way of Preparing for
The death of Arehln Cilllllnn In.
bruuM nuoul the iivci-nsuy ui a spv
uul eiemon winch, iicturuing to the
Organic Act, must take placo within a
(t-riillti minni ur tlnii, nto, nu I.. i...
enuu of tne election ot a mau to tako
i uc piace oi itepieselilatnu IJualiko,
deceased. Governor Dole, always u
Billet mnti In the mutter nt ff.ll.uit..
Hie dictates or the law or, rather, his
iMcrprciaiiou tneieor, stated to u
ttllllettll tt.fwirlor thla mirl..r .1..,. ..
special election would surely take
....... .1.1 i... .... .... . . .
yiaiv annul!,;!! uu liau not UUCIIK'U on
Ill t'UliHemiencf. rtf ttm nvunr....,! .......
clal election, there Is much talk ou tnv
atieeis touay oi Hie possible siitiesbor
u mi- UHV.1BVU iiicinucr iroin Hono
lulu. However, them ..nu I. ,...,. ,. .i..d
ulte action slucu tne time, niter thu
reeeipi ot tne news has been too short
in aumll ot It.
'Ibu lloiiiu ItulerB, eer on the alert
In any mutter which touches the peo
ple, are already out with u suggestion,
Which, of (iillmi. fnna, .... ,... .....I.,--
. ,. . . "" fv "" untiling
else. Pi luce Jonah Kalaulanaulu Is
uu-miuiiuii us tne nest man In the
ranks ol thu names and he Is pointed
out as onu who will cttect a consolida
tion or tno Hawaiian fortes.
Aside Irom the honor or naming the
Prince ns tho candidate or tho Home
Killers, theru Is another motive. Tho
natives wish to reel the pulso or the
Hiurtli District in order to learn what
a to bo expected at tho regular clc
Uon ror tho next session of the Legls
lature. 1 rom their talk today they
pro certain of the result, but they wish
to see figures.
It will ho remembered that, at tho
ast election, the greatest victory of
the Hepiihllcans was In tho Fourth
District. Kin,... ,l,i. i... ,...,. . .. ""
, ...o iaoi i-ji-ttiuu tueru
V,V. I. . ,"u,uo "Uiers be cvo
that. In ciihi. I'rin,... i..i. i....i.
- --... hviihii iuiuiiiimn
olu in put up, ho M carry the dUtrlrt
TIlU IlOIlin Itlltnru ii-lal. t .... ..-
Print., m ,.. V . .. ". A".."'1 '."
, ., " ""'.nv uk una special
election nnd then, at tho next, noun
i-iv ii m ior tno senate. Undoubtedly
this whole thing will he tnlkod over at
ho meeting or tho executive commit
cu ol the Homo Hulo parly this even-
While dw-clHnir nn .1... ....!..- .
night. It might bo staled that a resolu
tion will probably he Introduced, call
ng for tho resignation ot tho "dere
licts, the members of tho committee
who hnvo not cared enough for tho
work of the party to attenu the meot-
The Itepubllcans havo not coma
rorth with u namo or a man to fill the
.-.....,. ..ui in un, uoiiso or Kenre-
SClltntlV.-H nltlmnnl. .1.1. .. " '1...
.. - . n. ""ft', "im lliuiiur Will
cr like y como up nt tho meeting ot
tho Territorial committee on Monday
nvpnlni- .,, ii .. . """j
-.!. ..v... iiuni-ii-r, sovorai sug
gestions ns til rnmllrlntix, l.n..A i.-JL
Lach paity will havo a cnndldato
and It makes no t-.lforenco who tho
man mny be, the flgnt wilt bo a hot
one, ror It will ,hi sought ni tho special
election lo feel the pulso of tuo Fourth
District. Iloth the itepubllcans and
Home Ilulers nre anxious to know
"where they nro at.
The recent action of tho Homo rtul.
-rs In nttemptlng to get tho laboring
men on their sldo will bo n big ele
ment In tho coming election. Tho la
boring men are on tio side of strict
American principles, not ns L A.
Thurston sees them, but ns honest
Americana seo them. The representa
tion of tho labor element in the Fourth
District Is very large.
Tho Tlnlletln. 7K rnU pr month.
S3.00 TO $4,50.