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EVENING nUU.HTIN, HONOMJMl.H- T., MONDAY, TED. 10, 1902.
HOW ABOUT THE LAWN
Keeping up Iho appearance of the lawn la an Important Item In
tlio well regulated homo. The Mae of n good lawn mower and of good
hoao arc other Important Itcma We have a new BtocK of the famous
HOYAIj and the well-known PENNSYLVANIA lawn mowers, perfectly
adustcd, sharpened and guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Garden Hose at $2,00 per length and upwards.
SEE DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW.
E. O. Hall &
11$ lo 111
.vim uv nr hi IK 1
Th transport Thomas after a lino ore., W. A. Sutton, Chicago, III ,
trip fiom San Francisco nrrlvc here jir(,, Frcdoilek J Nott, Miss Laura
yestordn) morning crowded with pas- xm. Elizabeth Prcscutt Sargent, New
aengerR and troops The men going york, i, p Weaver. San Francisco,
to seno in the ranks are mostly raw jal , y A Seilpps and wife, Clcvo
recruits who wen- got together In the ianji Ohio, A. E. Angler. Iloaton,
countr) away from the coasts of the jtnss.; y. J. Sadler. Mohican; Cap
States, and this la their first expert- tain D. V Arnojil, U. S. A.; Captain
enco on the son The trip to them wan George O Roger. W. C Smith, A.
very Interesting and for nearly the
whole distance the wenther was splen
did. Among the passengers In the cabin
aic General "And) ' S. Hurt, who, with
a regiment of colored soldiers made
a fine reputation during the war In
Cuba. He was one of the brlgado
commanders at the battle of Santiago
and his men won renown for them- nnt Pickering. Dr. Ounii, Lieutenants
selves at the fight which took place Hecri jjuji, Colo, Dr. Sargent, U. S.
nt HI Caney. when the great charge A . II. A Wldemann, San Francisco;
was made up the hill In the fae of n n ,nlnuhi)lo i.,les. Honolulu, Corn
murderous lire. Along with Om-ial nmnihiiit llarnaud, Protct, Monsieur
Hurt are his ramily. Vlzznoim. French Consul; Mr. and
Ah a personal attendant On Hurt MrB- AlUort Unas. P. Schnlder, Miss
has the man who nt the battle of HI j, Kabrett. W. C. S . Itcnny and
Caney was tho first to capture a lf0j i- Van A. Pergcr, U. n. Clark.
Spanish ling This Is Lieutenant Hut- Honolulu, .ii8h Archbold, Miss Sc tid
ier, who won his wny from the ranks llor N-t.w yor)v clty. K Saddler.
In his regiment to the position with (al,tiiln II Ahrens. Mohican. Sir. and
which he was rewnrded for his person irs.i (! Hothwell. W C. Peacock,
il hrnor cm the neld of hattle Mr atl(1 Mr)!, Aithur F Wall. Hono
The Thomas will remain here until j,,,, i u Sulllvnn. U. S N , Mr.
tomorrow and will then sail for and Mis. J. llrttt. San Francisco. Mr
(lunm. ns for that place she has sev- ,md Mrs Qeorgo Crklcy, Hongkong;
oral hundred tons or Mores und mm h Mrg. H(,ry Wateihouse. Miss Stur-
llln"- geon. Km Chairlngtcin Honolulu, Oil-
er V. Norton. New York; .Mr. and
MliADIJ IIURRIliS OI'I. Mrs C. W. Wrlghtson, John LIddell.
Shanghai; E. Rogers, Yokohama; Mr.
Tin- trauspoit Mende sailed for San nnd Mrs. M. S. flilnbaum, Mrs. Jos.
Francisco yesterday nttornoon after Sceley and son. San Francisco; H.
Inking neM-rnl hundred tons of coal A. Wilder, II Iv Dalrd. (lcorge I..
She was to hne taken eight hundred Walker, II. K Raymond. Honolulu
tonse, but as thnt would lmc detained Wm. E. Smith. Howard Clark. A. (1.
her here a couple of daH longer, her Oindllng. U. S. A.; A. Uartenbeig,
commander decided to leae with Just Honolulu, II T James, A. (1 Stol!
enough fuel to get to San Francisco San Franc Iscci. (leorge II. Angus,
As the M'Kfel should liaio arrived at Miss Angus, Miss (liace. Miss J can
the Const the da she came In here. Angus. Honolulu; It. II. Warfleld, J.
and much concern will bo fedt for her. II. Mohoney. San Finnclsco; Mrs,
It uaa thought best to get home as Hasson, Honolulu; Capt. E. D. A.
quickly ns possible. The Nippon Mn- Pearcc, U, S. A ; (leo E. Leslie
ru which lett hero the night before New Yoik Alex. Mackintosh nnd
the tiansport nirlveci will report her wife. Miss M N. Carter, Honolulu;
departure fiom the Orient and the It. C. Korsjtli. V. S. Com.; Mr. and
fact thnt she was not here when the Mrs John Wnterhouse. Honolulu; Car
mall boat salted. This will lead to a roll Miller. Chicago . Mr. and Mrs Al
great deal of worry ns to her where- oxnnder Teson, New York; Mr. and
about, nnd on account of tho number Mrs A I) Mellryde. Miss Stella I.oe,
of people aboard, considerable anxiety Honolulu; Wm. Huberts, Mis. Wm
mill be felt for tlielr safety. Roberts, USA; W. 11. Standeford
Onklnnd. Cal . Lucia Halstead, Hono
New York, Jan. 31 The engng- lulu; Judge Clllbert F. Little. Hllo.
ment waB announced today of Miss Mn- Dr. It P. Meyers and wife, II. F
rlo Murphy, a pretty Callforn'a lu I-owls. wire and boy. Mr. nnd Mrs. II.
who has been plajlLg the part of U. Matfailnne, Miss L Mncfarlane,
Otnnn Sen. a Japnnaso maiden In Honolulu; Mrs. James S Pettlt Miss
"Liberty Relies." to John Kihtnlt Eleanor Pettlt, J. S Pettlt Jr.. Wash
Muhlfeld. a millionaire ofllrlal of the Ington. D C; Mis. Jay J Morion,
Orand Trunk Railroad. Miss Murphy Hoston. .Mrs. Richard D. Scandlett
Is ery small, vory pretty and th- ret Pittsburg; Major Wm Paulding. W.
of the company. Tho weddln,; will M. Coulllng. U. S. A ; Captain W.
take plnco here In two inontlia, and H. Hnforcl. V. SAT. Thomas; Dr
the couplo will go on a nun -ymoon and Mrs. J. D. McDonald, Honolulu,
trip to California In a speclul cnr. iho o
present of the groom to his bilde .mil
largely built from plana suggcited by
tho pntty actress. Miss Murphy U a
nathe of Indiana, but went to Califor
nia when a little girl. Shu came East
. , ,,
fmtf ..n fa n ,,n n.,.1 trf n u l.lln vtr.i u
iul jvn.o Uhu .111,1 iui u i'iiiii; ,.mo
wllh Inlln M.rlnn
"The car is a beauty." said MIbj
Murphy today, "all hurdwood and tn-
pestry and mirrors. We shall go to
Pnliri.rnln l It .,,,,1 linr.1. ti, Pnnm n
California In It und back to Canada
A Toronto magazine had a picture the
other day of a new locomotive Mr
Jimillflil HUH jiim iiiumieu i in-- max
think that is Important, but iney
oilght to Bee the car.
"fio back on the stage" Well, never
In this world 1 wouldrit even If there
were no palace cars."
tho result of using
This tonic bovcrage Is without equal
ns a strengthened It tones up
Drain and body nro both stimulated
and strengthened nnd tho debilitating
effects of this cllmnto nro overcome.
,,, ,,, j ,! ,,i , ,, ,
Vim, Vigor and Vitality follow In
tho wako of "ROYAL MALT CX-
TRACT", that peerless tonic,
Ho suro nnd get tho genuine, don't
waBto tlmo or money on worthless Im-
nc 1 ,,1
DC Par UO1II8
CO Cfl n., J.,..
vJiJU uti uUiCII
Hobron Drug Go,,
II HOTEL ARHo
Following are the latest arrivals at
, the Moana Hotel
(lei), llrnwn Jr. ('has l'lsher, Jlohl-
rnn. v n Alcr hersnn. rortlnnd.
jj willls. U. S. A. T. Kllpatrlck;
V. II. Hayes, New York, W. H. Gill-
man. U. 8. A : Mrs. W. H. (lillraan,
II S A . Canon Chapman, Albany.
X. Y Dr. and Mrs. Murtagh, Julius
A. Penn, W. Vensorn, W. A Glass
ford, K. II. O'Lenry, David II. Hid
die, Herbert (limn, E H Sargent. 11.
C. Itnlalnirer. Cnntnln Cote. Lleuteii'
CARNEGIE INRTI I L'TE.
New York, Tob 1 A spec lul to tho
Times from llaltlmoru says Dr. D. C.
r-lln.nn hi...al.ln.il tit tli.i ..mi. Plirnimla
ifiuiiuit. in unn viu ,b i.iv lie vniihi"i
.l,. n ul.n , mi, ..f I . .imfl, nnr.
beforo Hie orinnlzatlon, said
"llefoie many clays letteis will ho
addressed to the heads of uiilersltles,
, M,1Iltal ,.,,, ,n .
fcrent paits of tho tommy and to
men of ability not connected with uni
versities nstronumi'iH chemists, phy-
ii !t,i, i .,i ,. I In.
,,, , ,, .....,., !,.,
their unsners nie received thej will
bo collated and considered. Two oth-
or lines of Inquiry will bo Instituted
ono In order to ascertain tho extent
to which prlvlHlon has nlieady been
mado In this country for research und
tho other to ascertain what nru tun
methoilB employed In foreign conn
HltlTIKII COAKT STORM.
London, Feb I The storm In tho
English and Irish channels Is uuabnted.
Numerous minor wire les have occurred, men belonging to Fouclio's command
frequent reportB have been received of n tho noieastciu part of Capo Colony
men washed overboard ami the erevvH In tho northeastern pint of Capo Col
or the life-boats und locket appaiutui, ony, nnd thnt the command was 10m-
havo been kept busy.
Washington. Jan. 31 J. R. Dunn of
the Chlnoso Inspoctlun seivlco. station-
ed at San Frnnclsco, was before the
Ilolisii Committee 011 Foreign Affalls
l0dny explaining the difficulties en-
countered under the present exclusion
'aw mm tno necu 01 nciueu BaieguurciH
buch as aro provided In the Mltche 1
KaV,n , Dunn also nnswe.ed somo '
ot iuc ciltlclsniB made or nlleged
ImiHh tieatmcnt or the Chinese dur-
Ing their detention Ho snld th
Townsend and other points, whlrh
were cleaner and better than tho ordl
nary Chlncso quarters.
I Andrew Fuiuseth also continued lila
statement, showing the favorable nltl
tudo or labor organizations townul tlui
Mitchell Kahn bill,
A Word to Fathers Ii them wero
fewer fatted calves, tnero would bo
fewer prodlgnl sons. branrt Set.
I ft 3
TuesJiy .... ....
J o ,
Thursday ... .
4 08 10 .5
4 Jo ti 6
1 6 1 i 11 y
Now moon on tho 8th nt 2:32 a. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and (leodctlc Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu, Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
tnut of tho meridian or 157.30. Tho
tltno whlstlo -.owg at 1:30 p. m which
Is the same as Greenwich, un om.
Mastero of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will And thcro
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographlc
Omco located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
benefit frco of charge, completo sotH
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of interest to ocean
Weather llureau, I'unaliou, February
10. -Temperature Morning minimum
CO, Midday maximum, 75.
llarometer at 9 a. in. 30.01.
Dew Point 59F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. OS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb
luary 10 Weather clear; wind light
Sunday. Feb. 9.
T. Thomas, from San Fran-
I'. S. A
F. Dennett, from Maul
Str. V. (J. Hall. S. Thompson, from
Sir. James Milker, Tullett, from
Sir. J. A. Cummins. Senile, fiom
Walmnunlo and Koolau ports.
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, Diew. for
Str. Kenuhoii, Mather, for Kllauea.
Am. bk. C. D Ilrjnnt, Collej, for S.ui
Str. J. A Cummins. Searle, for O.1I111
Sunday. Feb. 9.
Am bk. Alden Hesse, Kelssel, foi
V S. A. T. Meade, Wlllson. for San
Str. Nueau, PedciBim, for llonokna
and Kukulhaelu; 3 p. in.
Str Lehiu, Nupaln. for Molokal
polls lit 5 p. 111.
Str James Maker. Tullett for Kauul
pints at 3 p 111.
Fiom Sun Francisco, per F. S. A T.
Thomas, Feb. 9 General A. S Hurt,
wife nnd servant. Mrs It J. Hurt nnd
child. Gerovv I). Hi 111 nnd wife, Geo.
Hentzhoff, E L. Raker Jr.. Lieut. W. 11.
Rcnzlehaiiscn, JI. JI. Coiey and wife.
I.. W. Dennlsou and wife, Mis. C JI
Godfiey child and nurse, Gunther and
wife, J L. Hughes nuil wife. .Mrs. G. J.
Hasson and ilnughtei. Mis. Alidiew
Holland and two ehlldien. .Mrs Flank
Juusen. Stewart Loiighlin, Jinx Loe
wldt, .Mrs .Main and child, Geoige E
Jlercrr. Chas E. Meer. .Mis John
McDonald nnd child, JIrs Jus. JI Jlnx
le,JIrs. A. A Jloorc, Donald Monroe,
JIrs J. J Jloirow and sister. Jllha Jln
rlon JIcNear, Mis II. S Ogllvle und
two children JIrs G 1. Painter, .Mrs,
Jnnirs S Pettlt nnd two children, .Mrs
W. II. Rlenzlthnuteii, .Mrs Wm. 11
Robinson, Jllss Adah II Ruddock. Jlis
Wm. Slivlcs, John O. Woods, JIrs ('
E. Woodruff and ton, JInJor Wm.
Paulding, Lieut. P. JI. Shaffer. Lieut.
II. F JlcFceley. Lieut R. W. lluchan
an, Lieut. II. I.. Evans. Lieut. W. II.
Pliimmer, Lieut. S. C Orchard. Lieut
L. R. Haker, Lieut. S. C. Orchard.
Lieut I.. R. Haker, Lieut. W. P.
Screws, Lieut D II Jiiiuht. Lieut. I..
II. Fechelsmer, Lieut L. II. Hutchin
son, Lieut. J I. Flnlnjson. Lieut. It.
A. Caldwell. Lieut. C. J. Hasson.
Lieut. JI. T. Harlow. Lieut. J. R
Jlcixley, Lieut I.. A. Cliilrinoiint, Cup
tuln C F Demny, Chas C HllllngB
lea, O W. Grnlibenstnter E II Jor
dan. JI F .Marvin. JInJor William O.
Owens, Lieut Deems.
Hlill'ISII COLONEL KILLED.
London, Jan 31 Lord Kitchener, lu
n illsnntch from Pretoil.i dated Tliurs
a.,, jnmiary 30. repoits that tho camp
of Colonel L E. du Moulin of the Sua
sex Regiment was attacked by Nlew
houdtz' command, and that, nfter so
eie fighting, the llocra wero repulsed.
Colonel du Moulin Is repotted in pies'
dispatches to have been killed.
Loid Kitchener also reports thnt
General French captured twenty-six
Jester Don't jou see the point of
Jlmeon No but jou must not mind
that liecansii I'm npni-Klchtcil von
)(nntt Hoston Post
AUen Electric "Belt'
pensoty Is guaranteed
nil the curative proper-
1 ties of the esnwlve belts now sold bv
do tors and druggists. R gives a very
, tron currt.nt of electricity and Is e.iilv
regulated. Hound to sunerseJe others. Can
be li.itl from the undersigned only; no
agents; no discount. Clrcuhr free. Address
Pierce Electric Co , 206 Post St.. S n
1 Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for &..00
The Dr. l
(with stis- 'Mj-
LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.
Per Want Column Sic Page six
FOUND Imperial blcyclo on King St
Sunday night Owner tan have
same by piolng property and pay
ing cost of adveitlslng. Inquire at
this office 2067-tt
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
Miss Lena I'llklngton Is hereby glv
en tho full power of attorney, to sign
and receipt for Q. II. llerrcy, during
(Signed) Q. II. HEHHEY.
Honolulu, T. II., Feb, 10, 1902.
Tho nell lluoy marking Anchotngo
ground off Honolulu Harbor has been
temporarily replaced by a Can Buoy
painted red, with a black disc on a
white staff. JAJIES II. IIOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Will be received nt the ofllcc of tho
Superintendent of Public Works on
Thursday. February 13th, for the sup
plying of the Department of Public
Works with Steam Coal.
Specifications on fllo In Ofllco of Su
perintendent of Pubuc Works.
Tho Superintendent does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid.
JAJIES H. IIOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the nnnunl meeting of the Ameri
can Jlessengcr Service, Limited, held
Jtondnv. February 10th, 1902, tho fol
lowing officers were elected to servo
for the ensuing year:
President Edgar Henrique.
Vice Pre.ldent ..Lorrln Andrew.
Secretary F. J. Cross
Treasurer C. H. Ramsay
Auditor T. J. King
The nbove olllcers constitute tho
I Ion id of Directors.
F. J CROSS,
At the nnnunl meeting of the l.lliue
Ice fc Electric Power Compnny, held
011 I'lldny. .January 24th, 1902. nt 10
n. 111.. at the Grove Farm ciHlre. the fnl
lowing oAkers were duly elected to
scno dining the ensuing year.
Chas. A. Rice Pre.ldent
J. H. Coney. . Vice Pre.ldent
R. L. Wilcox Treasurer
E. H. W. Broadbent ..Secretary
F. Carter .Auditor
E. II. W HROADHENT,
I.lhue. Kauai. Febiuary 7th, 1902.
The steamer Klnau had one of tho
toughest experiences since she has
been on the Hllo 11111 Inst trip. At ono
time the sen was so rough that It look
ed as If the boats which arc carried nt
tho side would bo torn nwny from their
fastenings No damngu of any kind
was done, however, nnd tho Govern
ment Inspectors of steam vessels had
their ini'8 opened to some, of the
wenther nnd ilifilcultlea under which
the Inter Island bteameis aro som
v minium, ml in tho iintlniin Mir.
al weeks ago. the Young Brothers havo reaching the various sections of the Monday and report tho bill to the
inndo all arrangements for the enrry-1 country The teamsters' strike In Hos- House, and it Is the purposo.of I'avnn
lug or palnl fiom .Maul ports to tho'uin will bring to n head' the plans so to begin the consideration of tho meas
Leper Settlement on Molokal. Tomor-' far under advisement. On this subjet uro In tho House Immediately follow
row they will start on their first trip Mr. Ensly said. "The plan ns Imma- Ing the consideration of the nntl-ole-with
tho bthooner Tho Brothers. In turelj prepared Ib as follows: We margnilne bill.
addition to her Inside ballast a lead . Ill be forced to appoint auxiliary ar- The reduction bill Is rather lengthy,
keel fiom the jncht Pokll Is being I bltratlon committees In all of the as several scheduleB have to he read
placed on tho schooner today, nnd she I large labor centers. It will be neces- Justed. All rates, however, nro
will ho leady Tor business some tlmo sarj to form thCBe committees or rep- liiought back to those existing before
tiiiniirinw. ' ii-Kcntutlvn Inlmr men nnd eninlovors the Spanish War, except on mixed
The united States Coaht Survey will
In mtil.n n n rrnnmn n fnv tm ia.
try to mako ariangcments for the cb
lalillHhnieiit or n time ball system on
the new Hnckreld building. This will
be n grent aid to those having clno
nometeiH to set, ns nndei the present
prnctlce of blowing u whistle the exact
time Is often lost.
MAIL AND DEAD
The transport Meade, which balled
for tho Coast yesteulay, took a largo
mall fiom this city. There were ulnu
dead bodies ot soldleis who died hero
Edit to tho Coast In her also.
The lnimch Watei witch was out jrs.
tciil'ay with a party of visitors from
the Coast. The host was J. S Heiidy
of the Joshua Hcndy Company of San
FranelBco. mid with him wero soveial
friends. Tho trip to Pearl Harbor and
Diamond Head was mado and nn en
Jo) able time spent.
ItELL IIOUY ASHORE
The boll buoy on the outer roer oft
Kakanko was lemoved this morning
and brought nshoie It will be re
painted nnd repaired During the
tlmo the big buoy Is nshoie lis plnco
ul 1 V 1 UU""K ,
miu muni 0111 iiiuumi;,! uy u uiulii
I-R08T AT IIAI.EVIANU
Ytsttula) inoinlng there was a
heavy Iroet nt Ilalemanu, about twen
ty-flvo miles troin this city on tho line
or tho O. It. & L. Co. Tho frost was no
tlced at an clovatlon of 1SQ0 feet.
MUI'.RY IN TOWN.
Jamlo Murray, tho popular flist ofll
cer of tho transport Thomas, wa
around town looking up old acquaint
I ORIENTAL RUGS ;
Q A large Importer has consigned to
A 9 tis a quantity of rich Oriental Rugs,
a 0 9 wl"' Instructions to sell them at
7 A Eastern prices. a
J A A ,n compliance, we shall An Monday,
9 i February 10th, and during tho week J
A following, offer the peoplo of Hono-
A 9 W lulu an opportunity to purchase rare 9
' A 9 nnit beautltut rugs at prices as low as A
A 9 0 could be secured by going to New A
A A Those familiar with fine rugs will a
7 recognize the India, Cashmere, Fer a
A A cghan, Kerman, GuendJIt, Kara- 7
9 w bagh, Daghestan, Kheva and Bokhara J
A as high class goods. A
A 9 9 The sizes are: 16x10, 12x9, 12x8, llx 9
A 9 8, 10x7. 10x3, 9x0, 8x5, 7x4, 0x3, 5x4, A
a 0 9 nni1 ix3 A
A There arc also about 50 samples of a
7 A A 2Cx63-lnch American made Smyrna 7
2 A and Moquette Rug., which will bo J
9 Included In the sale at very low prices. 9
9 9 INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED J
WHITNEY & MARSH. LTD.
the secret of it
Cholly's shirts wore the talk nf the town -they were to rich
In design but peoplo didn't know that DEAL'S wall papers wero
tile handsomo shirt fronts Cholly wore.
Tho beautiful designs of
1902 WALL PAPERS
please everyono that sees them and our prices arc tho lowest.
Take a look at your room, don't )ou think the paper needs
SHREVE & CO,,
To facllltato trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will ueltver
all goods purcnascd or order ed of them, frco of all charges
for transportation to Honolu lu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will bo bo nt on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will fur n'.ah satisfactory references tn
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O Post 6ts 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo the largest manufactory of Jowelry
and Silverwnro west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs
for Boston Strike1
New Yoik. Feb. 1 Ralph M SaMy '
secretary or the Industrial Commls Washington, Jan 31. The bill re
slon of the Civic Federation nnnounc duclng war revenue taxes by $77,000.
ed today that a meeting of the eommU-1 OOu has been completed by Chairman
Blon will bo neld February 19th in this Pavne of the Waja and Jleans Com-
ltv lo dlBcuss the best method of
I of those districts.
I "Ono can Bee at a glance tho na-
.tloual scope that tho Industilul com-
mission will take on when this plan
imc i.i.un n,i,iii 1 111.11 iniini- ,iirf..r.
t.ac,,B tan ue tnken up and settled liu
PALMA WON'T TALK.
New Yoik. Feb 1 T Estrade. Pres
Ident elect of the Republic of Cuba
who., home Is- nt Central Valley. N
. has been In consultation with he
members or the Cuban commission
who nie In this country to urge a re
duction of iSii per cent of the duty ou
sugar Imported tioin Cuba.
.Mr. Piilnm declined to discuss tho
situation either In Washington or in
Cuba for publication until he has glv
en It further consldeintlon.
He refused uUn to iIIbcusb tho report
that he may necllne to nccept the pre
Idency or the republic unless tariff
concessions mo inn tic.
ARE CKITICIKING GO.VPIiltR
New Yoik. Feb. 1. At a meeting of
delegate lepiesentatlvo representing
.12 Socialist Labor Futons which are
opposed to present plans for nrbltra
tlon between capital nnd labor Presi
dent Gompers of the American Federa
tion of Labor was vigorously denotinc
ed Tor his connection with the nrbltra
Hon committee ot the Nntlonnl Civic
Fcdeiatlon A meting was called tor
February 13th at Cooper Union. I'resl-
,,,., compels, Jlltehell and Shorter
weie Invited to be present and explain
GOOD UILLIARI) CONTEST
New York. Feb 1 Martin Jlullnn,
the millionaire hllllardist of Cleveland,
former elnbs A champion or the A A.
l, has met W, JI. Slgourney, the Pa
cific Coast champion, in nn Interesting
practice game nt the Knickerbocker!
Mullen- was In excellent form and
outplu)cd his opponent from stmt to
finish. He mado nn aveinge or 10
15-31 nnd one run or 53. The ecoie
was 400 to 223.
NEXT TO EMMA
INI lit TAXES
nilttee. Ilie committee win meet on
.Hour. The repeal section Is brier, and
restoies the old rates. In some caseB.
as In that or cigars, tobacco, beer, etc..
e changes have been mado since tho
orleliial war taxes were Imposed, to
tlat n simple repeal or oxtstlng law
.. ..!.).. .. -.. il.t.l .. ci..
would not restore the old rates. Spe
cial sections cover theso cases.
Pa ue lntiodiiced the bill In tho
Uoube dining tho day and It was re
toned to the Committee on Wa)s.
nct pcrodca,8 UOund at tho
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