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KVENINU DULLETIM, HONOLULU. H. T.. FRIDAY, FEU. 14, 1902.
8itiiiillonn nnd Help Wanted
WANTED YniinK man deMrcs a sit-
nation na porter in lioti'l. Address
F. K. P.. tills office. 20700-lw
WANTED Situation ns salesman,
clerk or freight clerk; have been In j
business ten years; refcroncos. Ad
dress J. K-, llulletln oincc. G002-lwj
YOUNG man would 111(0 to do book
keeping for two or tbrco small
firms: references. Address 1)., Dili-
j Ictln olllcc. 2000-1 w
Ads In tills column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions 25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
iver offered the people of Honolulu.
MONEY TO LOAN Wo have $1200
to loan for three years at 9 per cent
Interest. Security wanted Is first
mortgngo on Improved residence
property. Address M., P. O. box
No. CC9, Honolulu. 200fl-3t
SPECIAL NOTICE Ponds furnished
to any amount for the man holding
position ns guardian, postomco offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2031-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE aAND FOR
WANTED Everybody to know that
the Canton Marine Insurance Co.
qlllce Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTED 5u0 men to shave for lGc.
Jeffs, 43 King St.; Ave white bar
FOR SALE Furniture. Call nt Itoom
11, Queen Hotel, Nuuanu St.
FOR SALE Farm of 10 ncies, with
house, nil Improved nnd fenced, at
Honokna, Hawaii, $1500. Huuso and
lot, Kcwalo, 50x100, $800. House
nnd lot, King St., 00x120, $3000.
part mortgage, part cash. Lease
hold, 20 years on King Si., near LI
llha, 77x200. One fine gentle driv
ing horse, suitable for any lady.
$1500 to loan on good security. In
quiry S. Decker, with W. W. Wright,
King, cor. South St.
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for seven-room
house, with prlvllego of
renting; leaving city; no reasonablo
offer refused. Call third houso from
Alapai on Klnau. 02-lw
FOR SALE Reclining rubber-tired
go-cart, almost new. Enquire 1505
Fort St. 2038-lw
FOR SALE At a bargain, cholco lot
of ferns, palms, crotens nnd other
plants. Knqulro 1252 Young street,
Walklkl of Pllfiol. 2039-lw
-uiibber-tlrcd go-cart ul
Knqulro 1365 Fort St.
FOR SALE CHEAP 18-year leaso of
n"wly built cottages and 1 newly
built stable (G050 feet) on Pauoa
road, near bridge, with following In
cluded; V fine horses, 1 surrey, 1
new hack, 2 pair slnglo harness, 1
pair double harness, 1 carriago pole.
A bargain nt $3500. Inquire of JOS.
FHIAS, Fort Street, opposlto Hack
FOR SALE Houso and lot. desirable
location on Prospect Street, nnd
commands flno view of ocean from
Diamond Head to Walanae moun
tains. House has 70-foot veranda
nnd contains following rooms: Don
bio parlor, dining room, thrco bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
and water closet. Stables nnd scr
Yarns- quarters on preimses. laru
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1U1U UUL Willi ilUlt, UWB, DU1UU UL ... . ..... ... , .. . . ..
which are bearing. Size of lot 160x substantially proved. It leads to the
120 feet. To bo sold on easy terms. I '"llowlug questions:
Inqulro of JOS. FRIAS, Fort Street, 1- Does tho word "person" ns used In
opposlto Hackfeld St 2051-2W , the Fifth Amendment Include corpor-
mO OAI IT llnnn nn.l nhnntnn. I.n.art'"' WHS,
F w r .ar!.--.W, BU U... .IIUV,Ut,, ..U.C111
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. k. u. h., liuuctin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad-
ure n. . U-uu, a. ""--
11 IV T..nn n. Tl.illntln nt.
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle-,
Apply at this otnee. 235-tf
TO LET Two nicely furnished rooms
close 10 uupm wuiiHii u. ii. i"
house. The Balmoral, 83 1 oung
TO LET Oillco In Boston building,
noxt to Y. W. C. A. rooms, sultnblo
for dressmaking parlors. Apply
room 408, Boston building.
TO LET Seven-room cottago at 777
Fort St.. near Vineyard. Enqulro at
Honolulu Hotel. 2060-lw
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TO LET-Thrce handsomely furnish-
uu roumn, h Hume. ". ... -
now home, lass jiero-
tanla, cor. Kccaumojtu.
TO LET Furnished front room; also
barn -vlth comfortable sleeping
rooj attached. 430 I.unalilo near
TO LET Furnls.ied room, with of
without board, In n pnvato family
In town. Inquire at llulletln olllcc.
TO LET Five room cottago oft Wal
klkl road between Hopkins nnd
Bishop switch. Immcdlnto posses
sion. Annly Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 2001-tf
A RESPECTABLE lady can securo a
centrally locnted room by address
ing K. I-, mis omco. ueiureiMcs
"i O LET Newly furnished rooms, sin-
glo or en suite, flrst-clnss tnblo
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Boretanla St.
TO LET Furnished room, with or
without board; electric lights, etc.
727 Lunalllo St. 2060-lw
Attn, will be limcrteil PKHII.
WANTED Immediately, first-class
barber. Jeff's. 4.1 King St.
WANTED Ocrnian girl to Jo gcnofil
household work nnd caro for chil
dren. Mary, Ilullctln olllcc.
TO LET llcsldenro
of J. Cassidy,
WaiklM. furnished good bathing;
vainnt January ICth. Apply Water
house & Podnmre, llethcl and King.
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Mrs.
McConnei s. Clnrden lane. 2055-tf
TO LET A gond four-room mi In go. I
Willi kitchen, bath room nnd modern
plumbing, on slope of Punchbowl;
good garden nnd excellent vlow of
cltv and ocean. Apply to A. H. K,
Vielrn, J 4 11 Miller St., above Punch
TO LET Cottages off School St. nr.
Nuuanu, $15 and (17. On Insano
Asylum road, $12.50 and $0.60. P.
E. It. Strnuch, 32 Campbell block,
310 Fort St. 2051-lm
TO LET Hoomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water and nil modern
Improvements, tall nt Silent Bar
her Shop. 2019-tf
FOR RENT Largo furnished room,
with use of kitchen, also other
rooms. Fort St. House, cor. Vine
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
sulto with prlvllego of light house
keeping. 714 Fort St. 2058-lm
ROOM AND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished sulto, large, nlry
rooms; table board It desired. 144
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms reasonablo. 1930-tf
LOST A wallet with 10 shares of N.
S. 0. W. stock In nnmo ot F. J.
Potcrmnn. and other papers, llo
turn to Club Stables. Howard.
LOST On road around Diamond Head
brown leather purso marked "P.O..
and containing keys, etc. Reward
If returned to llullctiu oltlce.
LOST A black alligator pockcthook
containing $10. papers and receipts,
between Ilcrctnnln nnd Nuuanu or
Emma or Vineyard. Stamped V. J.
Gallagher Inside. Finder return
lng samo to this ofllco can keep
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to havo stock
sulllclently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent tour of tho
strongest fire insurance companies.
FOUND Insurance ngalnst the break
age of pinto glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2031-tf
Attorney (.cncrnl E. P. Dole has ren
dered an opinion to Governor Snnford
I). Dole as to how far the thousand
acie clause In Section 33 of the Or
ganic Act limits the power of the Ter
ritory to hell and umvey real estate.
After u full statement of the facts, thu
Assuming that the foreguing state
ment of facts Is Judicially taken no-
tl,e of or , Illlmltteil to ,)0 trllCi or ,8
2. Is a eorpoiutc right or prlvllego
to acquire real estate obtained prior
to October 21, 1890, when thcic was no
limitation In regard to area and was
no statutory provision that corporate
powor8 gluillW ,,e subject to future
'"'' cuiiiiKeb is Biicu rigui ur
privilege "property" of which the (ar-
tiriclnl) iiumiii cannot be deprived
without due procei-s of Ian"'
I 3. Is the right or prlvllego of Indl-
vldual land owners to Fell their lands
lllr(.My for ,!, ,1B0K tlat constitute
tbelr chief value "piopcrty." of which
tamiol jo (, lv0(, wthollt du0
process of law?
4. If the answers to the three pre
ceding questions. Irrespective of the
fourth, should bo In tho nmrmatlvo,
they lead to the fourth, namely, does
largo corporate ownership of real es
tate In tho Hawaiian Islands amount
to such a public peril as to justify
application of the maxim; "Tho public
safety Is the supreme law?" Does It.
fQr ,,,, ,.omc .,.,,, 10 rlncl.
. ,,..,.RnnB ....ininlnir laws urn-
blbltliig the manufacture of spirituous
liquors, even where the lesult Is n
substantial destruction of tho vnlue
of Bllc, ,iistlllorles lawfully erected
...,. . ..... ipuuimion? In other
words. Is the thousand acre clause
within the police power of Congress?
Some of the ubove questions cannot
be answered off-hand. It may bo that
strong lawyers, after patient and thor
ough study, will i each opposite conclu
sions ns to whether tho thousand acre
clause, applied to conditions heie, con
flicts with the Fifth Amendment to the
of the United Stntcs. I
think the Territorial government, un
til a court of competent Jurisdiction
holds otherwise, should act on the
,. ,,,. nn, ,, mt
ii applies iu inu nut exit-ui which imu
gross evidently Intended. In case of n
ni0 f public land, I think no bid
B,ouhl be accented from a corporation
mvn,ng a tll01I8aml acrc8.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edb
Hon can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
HID ill! CLAUSE
F. M. BROOKS attorney; rooms 9-10,
Sprockets bldg.; Tel. Main 344,
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; IB Kna
humanu St.; Tel. ,S81 Mnln.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney-nt-Law,
10!) Knahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorneyat
law; Kaahumanu St.
, M. LONG Omccs 3-33 Cnmpbcll
bldg.; Tel. Main 278.
tflNQ ST. SHAVING PARLOrlS
King St. opposite the Y011..3; build
ing; three barbers In attendance
Cliar.cs Molteno, proprietor.
E. . WALKER Coffeo Drokcr: room
4. Spreckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
McDONALD & LANGSTON Contract,
ors and Hulldcrs; llo8 Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Ilcrctnnln near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELr.8 BUILDING, C1C Miller Street.
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23-27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotel.
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com-
mnrclnl tjiw nml Ailtilfltmnnt Apen.
cy; rooms 10-16 Magoon bid. Tot. 328. 1
DR. ALBERT E. NiCH. S Dentist;
1151 Alakca St.; ofllco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort nnd Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. C. B. HIGH Phila. Dental Col
lege '92; Masonic Temple; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smith bldg,; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR.T. MOTONAGA 46 Bcrctanla St;
ofllco hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, i..to bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wnvcrley blk.; Tel.
621 Illuo; pkgs. called for and dcl'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggage express I
and drayago; Tel. Whlto 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer: office, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
HA2ELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kulcul -Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
GOEAS Bcrctanla near Emma
Tel. 2312 Blue.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty: 712 Fort St.. Orphcum blk.;
Tel. 681 Blue.
F AVEIROS Groceries;
Wnlklkl of Emma St.
Send the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
WELL WORDED WANTS
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon-
aid, Fort St.. opp. Club Stables.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Comer Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN
Tel. 290 Mnln.
-King St., near Fort;
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler ntid
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
nt tho PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER.
VICE Union St nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Bercta
nln St. v
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Metropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Lovo bldg., Fort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Doston
bldg.; Tel. 264 Main.
MRS. H ANNA Fort St., next to Love
bldg.; cholco line of now millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Ilutterlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN minting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso nnd
Tiio.it: omco at Eye and Ear inurm
nry, Atakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGIN8 Eye. Ear.
Noso and Throat only; ofllco Alakca
St., lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
ofllco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY. M.D.. CM
-D20 Bcrctanla Ave.; Tel. Illuo 3351.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Bcrctanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 821.
REAL ESTA I E.
JUDD &. CO., LTD. Building lots anil
residences far salo; 307 Stangon
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate,
nlso to grant mnrrlago licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Mnln 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. nt tno PANTHEC
AMY LENNON Stenography and
typewriting; 13 Knahumanu St.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, panama lints
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg., 016 Miller St.
GROTE &. CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing. Union, near Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 70 Merchant St
Hint turns tho wheels of many busi
ness enterprises of this city tho me
chanical power Is from our dynamos.
Havo you noticed lio:vy pieces of
masonry being hoisted on the Voting
building? Wo Biipply tho power that
does tho work. " "
If you want electric power for any
kind of mncnincry, by consulting us
wo will bo plcnscd to give you any
Information. " " " " " " " "
ETO1L T. DRE1ER
CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING
CALL ON ME FOR ESTIMATES
Large Slock of Electrical Goods on hand
TELEPHONE BLUE 281.
Room 8, Magoon Building
Rev Father Valentine
Was Twice Surprised
One of the prettiest and most s r-
ccssful affairs In the history of Wnilnkl
was held Inst night, In the old building
which used to be tho house of worship
of the Catholics of that community It
was In the form of n surprlso parts'
nnd reception to the Itev. Father Val
entin. The old church, open as It Is on both
sides, made an Ideal place for a moon
light nffalr. Tho refreshing breezes
of the Parlflc rendered the atmosphere
dcllclously cool, nnd penetrating In the
shed through tho openings of the la'
tlce work, kept nil present In the beit
The reception was a surprise to ho
popular priest. All arrangements had
been made quietly nnd secretly The
old chapel had been profusely decorat
ed with llowers, ferns nnd other tropl-l
rn.1 plants. Intermingled with n num
ber of Hags of many colors. The wholn
combination was a delightful .treat to
the favored ones present. I
Following his old time custom of
going to vtaiKiKi every Jimrsuny even
lng, the llev. Father Valentin, made
the usual trip last night and was great-
ly surprised when upon arrival there,
he found the new chnpel In totnl dark-
ncss nnd the old shed wns resplendent
with n number of electric lights and
flags floating gaily In the breeze
When the priest heard tho suvery
voices of ladles pealing forth In Joyous
laughter and the choir singing "For
He's a Jolly Good Fellow." Father
Valentin opened his eyes wider and
for n little while, was rather In doubt
ns to his whereabouts. However. Ills'
hesitation was not for long. A dele
gation composed of tho Bishop of Pan
opolls, Brother Frnncls of St. Louis
College nnd "Sonny" Cunha, went to-1
warns mm nnd requested his presence ', first took place nt 6: 43 o'clock when
In the old building. Suddenly It dawn- j i,c Was summoned to the club rooms on
cd upon him that It was the eve of St. the grounds of the Catholic Cathedral
Valentine, his patron saint and, under- by a deputation of members of tho MIs
standlng. recovered his habitual smile slon band.
and spirits. . i'pon his arrival, he found all the
A fine musical program had been boys awaiting him. One of the num-
prepared by "Sonny" Cunha. which ,er stepped forward and. after a short
wns greatly enjoyed by all present. presentation speech, handed Father
Father Valentine, of course, wns him-, Valentine n baton on which was n sll
self pressed Into service and his beau-. ver plate with the Inscription: "Cath
tlful baritone voleo soon filled thelollc Mission band to the Rev. Father
building and kept his audience spell , Valentine. February 14. 1902." Father
bound while ho was singing Fame's
About 8:30 o'clock the Catholic Mis-
slon band, although not expected, ar-
rived on the grounds nnd gave a . ..n -
SUGAR BEET RAISER
TALKS OF THE INDUSTRY,
Washington State Farmers Have Made
Good ProfitsFind Japanese La-
bor Very Acceptable-Effect
Seattle, Jan. 24.-E. II. Morrison ol
Falrfletd. Wash., the large,! Individual
raiser of sugar beets in the country lrl-
bulary to the Falrllcld factory, was in
the city recently, nnd gave the follow-
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of 45.000 tons of beets eacli season. It
has not handled thai quantity any sea Tlle athletic nssoclntlons havo not
son since It has been in operation ffr(J-ct sent In their written answers to
the reabon that tho beets hive not been the Invitations of tho Boys' Brlgado
produced. Last year there was pro- committee, this having been caused by
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iiuceii in mo country irinuinry io uu me mci inni inu umci-rs ui muni.- i-iui cnrlvagg 0f (no Scnato to 'avo Icen
factory some 16.000 tons. This year are waiting for the meetings of th,e,f I ma.le. but llio Impression senms-tf. pre
tho prospects are for a greatly In-, r',c,I,i). . '. .h,eLd '" ""lcr vnll that Senators Morgan nnd Pettus
crcaseu acreage anil an ouipui o; uj-
ward of 25,000 tons of beets.
"Tills quantity of beets of the avr-
age grade heretofore produced will en-
able the factory to produce about
enough sugar to supply the Spoknn
market aud the local trade tiibutaiv
thereto. The sugnr ls of excolietu
quality and gives the best of satlsf.u -
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and the trlbutnry country tuwns and
the factory has up to liar, tlnu l.'cn
unable to supply the dcm.wid.
"The farmers who rals? the befti
have found the Industry nulle pmAt-
able. Land for beet ruisiii now rent!
readily for a cash lent of fiom l.u0
to S7.00 ner acre. I have rented a urtcr
deal of land this year for these figure.,
Some of this laud Is under : thrco-
year leake, a factor whlcn contribute-.
an additional measure of stabllty to
"Hinting the laud they iuc at thl
price, the tenants aro able to clear, .if-
ter paying the other expense of pro
duction, ns high as $12 or $15 per acre
from tho nop If they secure a good
yield. Farmers raising beets on their
own land have In many Instance
cleared as high as $20 per arie on their
crops after paying all tho expenses of
tending the crop .
ueev iiimiiiK is uui iiuiiiiiiK, u in.-,
which the farmers have apparent. y-
been slow to appreciate nnd under-
stand. It ls gardening, and ii-ipuroj
rtifr.-.it bi...i ,.r ,. nii,.i.n .,,!
education thun does tho proJuct,c:. o?
field crops. But they have now hegur,
V, uiuhirr mo rnrutn
"The qiiKtlon cf labor has proved a
u-ry Impc.tnnt one. Tho dillUulty o(
securing the right kind of labor for
the attention nf the cr.m nml KCci.rlni"
it in sulllclent quantity lias In tho past
proved a great drawback to tho sue.
cessfnl prosecution of the Industry.
"Last yrr. while the Jaiuneho wo;.
comlnir to this cnimtrv Ir lame ni.m-
hers, a great many enmo to the beet
fields. We found that Jhoto who ha 1
lust rnmfl til tills cmintt-v vvfn-n vnrv
sntlsfartnrv nml cut allium ulth llielr,
work verv well.
'I am convinced thnt Mie proposition
to place the sugar of Cula on "he fiee
list would be n death blow to all of tlin
beet sugar establishments In tills
country. It would not, on the other
REV. FATHER VALENTINE,
ccrt nn n compliment to their director,
Among those present were: Tho
nishop of Panopolls, Brothers Bert
ram nd Thomas. Mrs. Cunha, Miss
ns,, cunha, Miss Irene Dickson, Al
,eri n. Cunha. Miss Pauline Neumann.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sullivan. MIss'Alber
tine Sullivan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Hoi
linger. Miss Mary O'Donnoll, Miss C.
Evans, S. Knulukou, Mr. and Mrs, J.
A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard,
John Legros, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Ellis,
ir. nml Mrs. Edward Wolbcrt and a
number of Catholic hovs from CamD
The foregoing wns the second sur
prise that the Rev. Father Valentine
experienced during the evening. Tho
Valentine expressed his deepest gratt-
tude and concluded his speech with the
remark that he would do more for tho
boys In the future than he had dono In
' tho past,
OF BOYS' BRIGADE IS
BEING PREPARED FOR
By Committee in Charge and an Iu-
teresting Series of Events
Is Promised For
T1(, meeting or tho Boys' Brlgado
athletic committee did not take place
Tuesday night as answers from tho
various athletic clubs nnd associations
consulted with rcferenco to tho coming
I field day, had not yet been received.
iTho meeting will bu held February 19
-'Jmt 7-311 ii m n lie l. M. C. A.
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' A,8 l ls' the "nmilttee has received
verbal assurances that Its plan is
agreeable from the officers of nearly
all tho athletic bodies communicated
with nnd some of these have oven gono
so far as to begin tho preliminary
training of their men Tor tho events,
Tllc I'unalion Collego boys as well
lnB he J'tmahou Alumni Association.
have already begun training. Thero
Wire about thirty men out on tho Pu
nahou grounds Tuesday nfternoon, It
being the Intention of tho college peo
ple, ns well ns of thu other clubs, to
put forth ns strong u team as possible
for the Held day.
' The Knmehnnieha School boys nnd
also tbo athletes of tho Kanuihameha
Alumni Association, aro also preparing
", com lng contest and quite a
number of the . M. C. A. men havo
begun training In the gymnasium. The
ttn.inbiiii Aiiii, .11,. ninii will illKciian
tle mattcr at their noxt meeting to
1 1. beld this evening. However.
the Boys' Brlgado commltteo has re -
celyed assurances, from i the olllccra
or mis ciuo, ns wen ns iromauose 01
tho Mailo-Ilima Club, thnt these organ
izations nre willing to send out a
leani cn'''' . ,
There will nlso bo a team coming
from Cnnin MrKlnlov. It Is under-
mood that there are some very good
tlnci; nthletes nt tho camp who aro
i now netting ready to show their met
nc. . m- i. mim uuui-jiu nun ai. i-uuio
College athletes nre yet to ho heard
ls ""' purpose of tho committee
getting up the field day to nsk tho va-
rl'1!' c'"!,s nnd organizations concern-
oil thnt Mw nnmlni flolil nnv nvnntn no
,,,.,,,,, Hiamplonshlp events which
, coune w), ,,,,. lom ovor B0 much
Tu, ovets which havo been so far
decided upon ore ns follows: Dash, KM)
vnr,l- rin.l. 5n vr,l- ,1h 4411
yards, dash with hurdles. 120 yards;
dash with hurdles. 220 yards; long dls -
! Innr' "ins. j-i miles ami i nine; wain.
"o: hammer throw, shot-put. pole
,,,uu' "'" 'K J'l' '"'" "W
lintlil rnalllt In tliA rAilltctlnti tt (lin
nrlre nt miirnr In the cnnmimpr. nn ) in
i ono-thlrd of the Imported sugar con
stinted In this country comes from Ctt
ha, and while the market Is controlled
by tho combine the price of thnt which
will still be Imported will fix the
TO RATIFY TREATY FOR
DANISH ISLAND PURCHASE
Expansion Issue Will Again Be
Brought to the Front Republi
cans Have Not the Two
WailTlngton, Jan. 25. The treaty
with Denmark, which provides for tho
purchase ot tho islands of St. Thomas,
St. John nnd St. Croix, having been
signed, tho next step In the nnnexn
Hon of these little Islands will bo tho
ratification of tho treaty by tho Sen
ate. Tho. treaty for tho purchaso of
there Islands was negotiated because ot
tho belief that they are of tho greatest
possible strategic Importance. From
no other point of view can they be of
any Importance to tho United States,
which already practically monopolizes
the trade of tho Islands by sending
them almost everything they requlro
In the lino of Imports. Bt. Thomas
Is particularly valuable because of Its
White It seems nlmost certnln that
this new treaty will be ratllled, that
wilt not be accomplished without a
fight In tho Senate. It Is expected
that the Democratic Senators will, for
the most part, antagonize the treaty, -because
It adds three to tho Island pos- ,
sessions of the United States and
while, In point of population, these Isl
ands are Insignificant, their acquisi
tion Is expansion and the Islands pro
to be sold to tho United States with
out tho consent of the Inhabitants, n
proceeding which Is regarded by tho
Democrats as entirely contrary to
Democratic principles.- Then. too.
thero Is the question of Ihelr govern
mentthe rcnewnl tf tho discussion
that wns developed when It came to
providing a local government for Porto
nice nnd one for Hawaii and which Is
now to the front In view of the neces
sity of legislating for the Philippines.
W I bout Democratic votes this new
Danish treaty cannot be ratified. A
two-thirds vote Is necessary to ratify
a treaty and to put this ono In oper
ation nn appropriation must be mado
by the House. The Republicans have
but 54 votes In tho Senate. Dclawaro
being unrepresented In that body.
thero aro but 88 Senators. That
makes 3D votes two-thirds. There aro
thirty-three Democrats, nnd Welling
ton of Maryland, tho man without a
party but In that thlrty-thrco Is In
cluded Mcl.mirln ot South Carolina,
who Is not regarded as a Democrat by
most of his collcngucs. Thus, while.
Wellington can bo expected to act with
the Democrats. Mcl.mirln will certainly
net In conjunction with the
Republicans In this fight. That
would give the Republicans 55 votes
and the Dcmocrnts 33. Tho Republi
cans would then be four short of th .
two-thirds required, even if they count
on the vote of Senator Hoar of Massa- .
chURctts, and of Senator Halo of
Maine. The latter Is expected to etniVtl-
with the Republicans, because he has
long advocated the acquisition of tha
Danish Islands. Ab to Senator Hoar's
attitude there Is considerable uncer
tainty. His attltudo on the Philip
pine question would seem to Indicate
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new treaty. Consistency would seem
to require It, although he did vote to
annex Hawaii. Senator Hoar has gen
erally slnco tho new problems of
colonial government arose talked
against his party, but voted with it,
and he may do so now. Should he vote
against the treaty, the Republicans
will requlro five Democratic votes.
Where are they to come from? That Is
tho question. It Is too jarly for a
of Alabama, and McEnery nnd Foster
of Louisiana, will vote with the Repub
Henna. That seems not unlikely In :ho
case of tho first two, and not Improb
able as regards tho latter. If Senator
Hoar can be kept In line the Republi
cans would bo assured ot ratifying tha
treaty, should these four Democratic
votes be- secured.
Vancouver. B. C, Jan. 26. Two In
(Hans of tho Hydn tribe are in custody,'
for tho murder of a Japanese flsher-
man at Jletlaltantia. tno neauquaricrsi
'of tho Anglican church missions onf
' tho northern coast. The Indians do'
1 ..,. in, , ,n,mnps(, bad'howltch
ted suicide and tho other fell over
cliff, nnd that they killed tho Japaii
ese by way of taking vengeance on till
. . ,,
v" s"lrlt llmt waB '" 1,lra'
T'-'0 nntlvcs shot tho JapaneM
through tho body with half a dozer
bullets. Then thoy fled with frlent
. ranooH nnd eavo tho nrovinelnl m
" cano" ana ,Bavo u' I'r("iclnl I '
llco a long winter chnso over th
Tbo two Indians say that last sum
mer thB Jn)nneB0, or 0 Japaneso 11V
:'' ith him, which is all tho sam
to their Idea, gave whisky to ono o)
tho Mydas. Tho Indian became pos
scssed of a dovll while ho was driiu
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I"1"1 liUlci1 himself. Tho Indians the
I decided that thoy Bhould kill n Japai
lese In vongeanco for tho dead Indlai
Before- this sentenco of death coul
- , ,)(J cnrrlpiI otlt another violent deatl
occurred, which was laid to the crcdl
of the witchcraft of the. clover Jan
ese. A son of tho llyda chief fni
'months ago Went Ollt hunting Ollflj
- ! mountain and did not return. A Vti
- 1 later his body was found at thopi
of a cliff where ho had fallen.
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