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Vod. X. No. 207-J.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAW An, TUESDAY. PEBRUARY 18 1902
1'itioi: 5 Ci:nth.
"- i-"-;ijy ""w "y t-t '--yMpy?-T-
IN Will IN
For Major Part of Trip
From 'Frisco to
HELD BACK BY BAKERS
WHO REFUSED TO BAKE
Forward Ventilators Carried.Away
Three Hundred Recruits For
Manila and Three Pro
The U S. Army transport Grant ar
rived oft port from San Francisco last
night at about 10:30 o'clock and an
chorcd outside. This morning she
camo Into the harbor and moored by
Naval wharf No. 1.
The Grant met several vicissitudes
during her voyage. First of all, tho
transport's bakers went on a strike
just before she left and men to (111
their places had to be procured from
the transport Warren which was In
port then On February 8, at noon, tho
Grant left San Francisco but did not go
farther than the lower bay before she
anchored on account of tho rough
weather which was raging outside tho
Golden Gate This storm, the same
which caused so much tiouble for the
China, the Sierra and the Moana, de
layed the vessel for two rtajs and mado
almost the entire trip a very rough
and disagreeable one for the passen
gers and tho crew. With the exception
of two dajs, during which compara
tive!) fair weather was enjojed, rough
weather was experienced.
Hcav) head seas were continually
mounting the bow and a fierce wind
was blowing Several of the forward
ventilators were carried away but be
yond this no damage was done.
On board the Grant are 300 recruits
under command of Lieutenant-Colonel
Charles H Noble, Uth Infantry, U.
S A They are to be assigned to dif
ferent regiments now on service In tho
Philippines There are also twenty
men of the hospital corps and twenty
Among the passengers is "Jimmy'
Hopper, a graduato of "the California
State University, nnd a football player
Lji of much fame on the Coast. He play
c.l quarterback on the 'varslt) team for
several successive seasons He was
also for several years the editor of the
' Occident," a weekly published by tho
students of that university nnd a gen
eral favorite among all the 'ids and lo
rds. Ho is on bis was to tho Philip
pines where he Is going to civilize
)oung Filipinos. Ho Is accompanied
by Mrs Hopper.
Miss Dertha M Fish and Miss Mary
A, Enos are on their way to Manila to
be united In marriago to government
clerks on duty there, while Miss Otl
Mljler will become the wife of a teach
er now scivlng In the new possessions.
Wm Mai tin, United States Consul to
China is also one of the passengers.
The list of cabin passengers on
board Is as follows I.leut. Col. Chas.
H. Noble, 16th Infantry, U. S A , Mrs.
Clms H Noble and two bos, Lieut.
Col Cha3 i: L. D Davis, Engineer
Corps, U. S A.; Capt Francis P. Slvl
ter, Q M , 26th Infantry; Mrs. F. D.
Shlter and child, Miss Dreed, Capt. 1).
II. Duck, 16th Infantry, Mrs. 1) II.
Duck and two children, Chaplain Wm.
W. Drander, 15th Cavalry Chnplaln
George Robinson, 1st Infantry; Mrs.
George noblnson and son, Capt. Wm.
C. Lo Compte, Asst Surgeon, U. 3. V.;
Joseph I.. Sanford, Contract Surgeon;
John A McAllister, Contract Surgeon;
Mrs John A McAllister, Second Lieut.
Albert A. Woude, 6th Cavalry, Mrs
A J Woude, Second Lieut. Harry D.
Dlasland. 26th Infantry, Mrs. II. D.
Dlnsland, Miss McKlbbln, Mrs. Wm.
Lussltcr. Mrs. G M Domford, 2 chil
dren nnd nurse, Mrs W P Daker and
2 children, Wm Martin, U. S. Consul
to China, Miss Grace Martin, Miss
Sarah Martin, Mrs. Uartlett Sinclair,
Mrs, E It. Nichols, Mr. McChesney,
Master Mechanic; Mrs, McChesney, E.
Always look sweet In
a picture, especially
If tho plcturo bears
the stamp of
RICE & PERKINS
We havo all tho facil
ities for Ilaby Photog
laphy. Including the
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. .Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
"ii,Jw:- i &ar, r , -.iaWiW J-u."J. 't&a& . iW
McD. Tlmony, Postal Agent! Mrs. E.
McD, Tlmony and 3 daughters, Geo
It. Armltage, Mrs. IL D. Orwlg and 3
children; Mrs. Jno?A. Gammlll, 2
children and nurse; Mrs. W. J. Cor
win and 3 children, Miss Otl Miller,
Miss Dertha M. Fisk, Miss Mary A.
Enos, Miss Dorothy Tuckerman, Miss
Mabel E. Early, Eugcno Pearson,
Clcrkj Q.-M. D.; Nevlllo R. Daugh,
Mrs. Neville 11. tlaugh and child, G. W,
Aschenbrenncr nnd wife, Jasv Hopper
nnd wife, O. E. Campbell, Miss Emolyn
P Mann, Louis A. Doulay, Asa L. Skin
ner, Orovlllo viWooJ, n F. Devorc,
Thos J Nlhlll, H. M. McCabe, Howard
Long, Wllford ty. Nichols, Chas. M,
Colton, John G,Glvartney, Thos. E.
Uordcn, J. M. Miller, A. W. Parks,
Louis O. Knight
The Grant will tako on board about
800 tons of coal whllo In this port.
Sho is scheduled to Icavo for Manllj
some time tomorrow evening.
FAMOUS CANINE THAT
HAS FIGURED IN COURT
New District Attorney Will Try to
Gain Possession of Animal
Upon His Ariival
Cheyenne, Jan. 31. Robert W.
Dreckons, the recently appointed Unit
ed States attorney for tho district o
Hawaii, has secured from Warren
Richardson a bill of sale for Jeff, tha
celebrated dog that went through tb
courts of Wyoming several jcars ago
but which Is now in Honolulu. Tho
experiences of the animal furnish ma
terial for a story that would bo a suc
cess In novel form.
When T. Jeff Carr was marshal o
I Cheyenne he enforced the dog llccnso
ordinance to the very letter and, al
It afterward turned out, onco, ovor-
stepped the bounds of his authority,
Jeff at that time lived In Cheyenns
and belonged to the Richardson boys.
The Marshal saw him In the yard ol
the Richardson home and, entering,
seized him and took him to the pound.
The Rlchardsons were served with no
tice that unless his license was forth
coming he would bo put to death. In
stead of paying the llcenso they took
tho matter Into court, contending that
the Marshal had no authority to taka
a dog from the premises of Its owners,
Robert W. Dreckons was retained to
fight Jeff's case He was defeated In
the Justice court, took the case to tho
district court and lost. He then ap
pealed to the Supreme Court of the
State nnd obtained a decision for his
Dy order of tho Supremo Court Jeff
was released and returned to his own
ers When tho Wyoming battery de
parted for the Philippines in 1898 the
Rlchardsons gave Jeff to tho volun
teers for a mascot. He was taken to
San Francisco, and when the battery
sailed was smuggled on board the
transport Ills presence was soon dis
covered by the officers and the sol
diers were ordered to put him ashore
at Honolulu They protested, but had
no success and when tho Islands were)
reached Jell was turned over to Ed
Towse. formerly of this city, for safi
keeping and In his care has since ro
Mr Dreckons kept track of his ea
nlno client, nnd when ho received his
appointment as district attorney of
Hawaii Immediately decided that he
wanted Jeff. He requested Warren
Richardson to give him a bill of sale
for tho animal and Wednesday night
ono was made out. Ho will tako pos
session of Jeff ns soon as he Is settled
Ed, Towse was seen this morning report states that the vessel was built
and naked If ho Intended to turn over in Scotland by contract for Hind,
the dog to Mr, Dreckons. Ed. gave un j Rolph & Co, to -go Into the San Fran
unqualified negative answer and con- cisco-llawati trade with the Intention
tlnued "If Mr. Dreckons thinks he Is of securing registry under tho laws of
going to get that dog. he will bump up Hawaii In the meantime Hawaii was
against another big lawsuit as his first annexed to tho United States. The
experience In Hawaii ncl. No bill of, bill provides that the vessel shall not
sale will go. I havo given the clog to! enter Into tho coasting trndo of tha
my friend John Cardcn and he too wlll United States except between the Pa
flght for the dog Bhould the occasion clflc Coast and Hawaii
The Mallo-lllma .ahlctlc Club boys
are making great preparations for tho
hall which they havo decided to give
In Progress Hall Friday night. Tho
commutes in ciiorgo 01 me anair is
doing everything In Its power to make
tho ball a success and tho members
, " "w e'P'n, l"',,8 J '"" ?'
get enough money toi furnish their
new club rooms and they aro therefore
.u u. ... I..B.I- .r.e-t ., .,. eurn
UMl III IUIVU 1'IIUUJ lllh"V III VllltJI IU
swell tho amount In the treasury.
KAUAI IN COIYIMISION.
Tho steamer Kauai, which has been
laid up for a long tlmo undergoing ex
tensive repairs, Is now ready for bus-
Inpsa and was taken over to the fish
market wharf this morning The Kn
ual, which was ono of tho first lot of
cfnartv adhnnnoro Infill) rn ttiA Pnnat
for tho trado between 8an Francisco
and San Pedro Giajs Harbor, otc,
needed repalis prottyn)adly Sho has
had a lot of dead timber taken out of
her and this has boen replaced with
new material, so that she Is now prac-
tlcallv as good as ovor,
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iW OF KONA
How Mauna Loa Fared
On Her Last
KAU LINER DAS ROUGH
EXPERIENCE WITH SEAS
Keauhou Warf Totally Wrecked
Hoopuloa Wharf Partly Broken
Boats Could Mot Land
Purser Slmerson of tho steamer Mau
na Loa which arrived In port about
8:80 this morning, gives tho following
report: "Fine weather and smooth
seas at Hamakua. No rain. Fine
weather and smooth seas along Kau
coast from the day we arrived (Wed
nesday, Feb. 12) until two dais after
(Friday), when it bio wa gale from tho
"At 11 o'clock Friday morning we
stopped work on account of the wind.
At 12.30 o'clock Saturday morning,
tho wind abated and did not blow
again until wo left. Returning from
Kau on Sunday, we did not land at
Hoopuloa on account of tho heavy
southerly swells. The mall was brought
on board In a canoe.
"Hoopuloa wharf was partly broken
by the sea At Hookena we attempted
to land but failed nnd were forced to
turn back to tho steamer. We then
proceeded to Napoopoo where we laid
to all night. The mall was brought
overland to Kallua
"Yesterday morning, -ve took In Na
poopoo freight nnd cattle In heavy
southerly swells without accident. The
Keauhou wharf Is totally wrecked.
Smooth sens nnd rain showers across
the channels coming home The fol
low lor sugar Is left at Hawaii ports
ready for shipment: II S Co, 2000
bags, P. S M.. 2000 bags. II. A C , 1200
and II. cleaned out."
J. F. Hackfeld was one of the passen
gers In the Mauna Loa. Ho was at Ka
walhao yesterday and, being anxious to
get back to Honolulu ho telephoned to
Kona for the steamer nnd she picked
him up. Several other pcoplo took ad
vantage of this piece of good fortuno
nnd also took passage aboard In ad
dition to his regular passage money,
Mr Hackfeld bad to pay J 30 for the
privilege of having tho Mauna Loa call
Mr. Shoarf. of T II Davles & Co
who returned In the Mauna Loa after a
tour of the Dig Island In the Interests
of the people whom ho represents,
states that the weather at Nnalehti,
Kau, during the storm, was something
terrific It was so strong that big
trees were uprooted and thrown across
the roads Tho peculiar part of tho
storm was that, at Pahaln, but a very
few miles away, there was not enough
i lti.1 tn I. AAti n (l In.ltnlll crrtlni
shoafi furthcr 8tates that tho
gmerluncnt road from KolHlIa to H,0
has been completed and that now, n
continuous trip without stopping, is
possible. This happy state of affairs
Is of very recent occurrence,
Washington, Feb. B Tho House
Committee on Merchant Marine and
Fisheries today favorably reported tha
Kahn bill granting American register
to the barkcntlno Hawaii, owned by
James llolph Jr of San Tranclsco. Tho
L. T. GRANT LEAVING.
Grant, the well
, steamer Doric this week to prospect
for fortune In tho Orient. He will look
into tho electric field In Manila and,
should that not presently jleld a good
op(;n,nB ll0 may cxtend tho quegt t0
In ....:..... ... .... ...
-illy will remain In Honolulu until ho
1 ls located.
NEWCOMHR PR' M AUSTRALIA.
Mr O'Drlen, who arrived from 8yd
nev In the Mlowera, Intends making a
stako In this outpost of the American
commonwealth Since arrival he has
been entertained by Fred L Waldron,
nn old friend Duslness In the new
Commonwealth Ib ut present dull, Mr
' 1 O'Drlen sa)s, but the prospects aro
that times will greatly Improvo when
the federal parliament settles the ta-
The bark Coylon, which has been
caulked, cemented, uheathed and put
In gene-rat good order, Is now bonding
nails preparatory to making a trip to
1 Laysan Island for a cargo of guano.
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01 KOM o
Plans for tho rehabilitation of tho
Kona Sugar Company were, it Is an
open secret, somowhat disturbed by
tho refusal of Judgo Humphreys to
approvo tho selection by McCheBnoy
& SonB of Samuel M. Damon, head
of tho bank of Dlshop and Company,
as receiver. Thoro Is at tho Bamo
tlmo no resentment at tho action of
tho Circuit Judge, as he only com
piled with a familiar principle, of law,
"Fred Wundenbcrg is as Kood a
SSTfieBbTrSithi'INFORMALirY OF COMPLAINT
bar this morning. "Ho la entirely dls
interested nnd of good business abil
ity. Besides. Mr. Wundenbcrg Is
fnnt.tnn.an nnd thus able to afford
time for visiting the" property when
desirable as well as to handlo 1U flnan-
clal affairs close to thd money mar
Mr. Wundenberg had a long confer
ence with Mr. Damon this morning It
Is understood that tho receiver will
leave for a visit to iho plantation by
tho steamer Mauna Loa on Friday.
When seen by a reporter, Mr. Wun
denberg was not in a position to give
out nnythlng for publication.
Mr, Damon, whose bank Is among
the largo creditors and who had In
tended if appointed receiver to do the
best ho could for saving the enterprise,
made tho following statement!
"There are two different ways ol
dealing with tho matter. Ono Ib to
cane and L7 of tffo pmy J
to the best advantage ror all con,'"' ""
ccrnc,). A derision was given by ludgc Hum.
Tho nthr nlnn wou d bo to make
pioVlBlon lor continuing me compan) murrer ut unruuunu in mc iuicuu
as a nermancnt enterprise. For tho 'sure suit of Saml C Allen vs. T. II.
latter purpose It would 6o ncccssarj
under tho present tlgui conuition t
the local money maricei, to go auroau
for capital. I
es; if the growing crop panr.cn
mil wen ii win.... t . ."
.A n1t t Mtnttlsl A OVA m Mth
u, caaiT "" r I
I can only add that this bank will
do tho best It can, under all the clr-
ciiinstanceH. to preserve the inter sentence or one jear at nam rnnor,
prise," ' Imposed b District Magistrate Wit
Rumors wcro current In town that.rox for the forger of a check for K.0
Danker Llllcnthal and Col. Georgo W. on Ulahup's bank In the court below
Maefarlani- were Instrumental" In the , j,t confessed his guilt saving he was
appointment of Fred. WundenbTg. ck an, dreamed there was money for
The-so reports ore absolutely Inceir-pct. hlm ,n the ,mllk. u wnB Wong
l.v J . i . V . i . i- . Kwal's name that was forged,
uf the story last night but. Insteal ., ,. . .,,,1 u,i,
of having nonobjection to Mr.Pamon I At ronfcr,e"ce f nJu??r "'"Tj'"
as receiver 01 tho Kona Comnanv. uei" """ noblnson this morning.
haB regarded him aB tha logical man!11 " n"""6'1 ll,at J1"dBn Uoblnson
for the plnce and was fully aware of ,
itio contemplated arrangements
among the stockholders befora he ,
started on his trip to Hlln. The Mar-
farlanu end of tho rumor gained ciu
rency today, but Col Macfarlann had
not tho least Idea of Judgo Humph
rev's Intention until after his declrlon
had been given.
LAIIAINA ICE COMPANY
ENLARGING ITS SCOPE
Halstead & Co. Transfer Their Busi
ness to Corporation at Valua
tion of Over
Articles of association of Halstead
and Company, Limited, havo been
filed with Treasurer W. II Wright by
Frank Halstead. Wlllard E. Drown.
William A. IjOve, W L. Hopper and
f T . a.. -.. wi. . . ait..
J. .J. l.univy. 1 lie ll-Illl Id IUI nil I , ,, . , .. ... .
)cars and tho capital stock $0.000 ,ho ," t,'B TA .."wui nf ?.?a
with tho prlvllcgo of increasing It to'"""1.1' 1,od' to rC8lsl u, Jerl(8 cf tlw
250,000. Iluylng. soiling and holding ,lrn,'.l-(-r' ... , , , .,,.. .
real and poronal property, doing a I The scow whirl Is bell g 1 .1 lit near
geneial banking bus ncss. etc. aro iho'"10.'"' ' " ",r',t, WJ ?.rf J" , 'r. E
declared purpowa of the corporation. ' Plj ""'' '" PJ?K
Tho first thrpo Incorporators convey ""'"''p'L ThT 1K.tavnn
to tho company, for a consideration of ""V'" ,. 'carl "nrbcir on the day aft-
ono dollai, tholr partnership business." ' ' ' "
01 tho samo general nnturo, scheuulPd
at a valuo of $100,319 31, of which
15000 represents a seat In tho Hono
lulu Stock Exchange, Three sub
scribe respectively for 200, 191 and
199 shares of the stock, tho two last
tnklnt ono Bliaro each
The I-ahalua Ico Company, Limited,
bvjts president, L Darkhausen has
fllc'tl amended articles for a widening
of purposes and an Increaso of rapl
tnl U hmnn.i.. tn otr, 1,11.1, n-nnflna
for Its business all over tho Island
of Maul and to branch out Into tho
furnishing of electric light and power
Tho capital Is to bo $30 000 In 1G00
shares of $20 par value each, of which
$10,000 has been paid up
Sam Mol (w) and Wong Shun wcro
fined $20 and costs and $30 nnd cobts.
respectively, on the chargo ol auui
tery Attornoy Drooks appeared for
tho defense and Attorney Thompson
ff't m' srerf
decreo of divorce from tho Circuit
Court a Hhort tlmo aco. but tho bus 1
band has taken an appeal to tho Su
premo Court. In Rio meantime, tho
woman has ptomUed to marry Wong
Shun and will no so If the Supreme
Court decides tho same way as tho,
S.S. ALAMEDA, FEBRUARY 26
NEXT EXPRESS STEAMER TO
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mrs
Judge Robinson to Call
THROWS OUT FORGERY CASE
pi..-.),..., nm o;i r-.fo.. t . j .
riumoer S Dili Mill CBIOre JUQge
in Allen vs, Lucas
Judge Huniphrevs Is hearing the
trial of Gehrlng & Dutzkes suit for a
plumbing account debt against W W
Aliana by the following Jury: 1) M
Ross, I) I) Rcncar, C. Kimball, M 11
Houghtalllng, E. T. Tannant, W F.
Sabln J. M. Homan, D. Hoaplll, James
M Sims, William Manuka, John II
Drew and F. L. Dortch Magouu &.
" " P". " '..-
pnrevs mis morning overruling me ic
Lucas ct al.
Jmlec Gear nl owed n no c nrosenul
to ,, cntcrc,i for J E Keklpl. adul
tPr. un raotlon of the Deputy Attorney
.,, , ,. Knll11i,nlI unjl nim,,,..
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complaint He had appealed from a
snoiuu lane a nnnu ui en 11 ca iui in
with He will call the calendar to-
morrow morning nnd set trials. Pend
Ing the completion of alterations In tho
building, the Third Judge will hold
court In the chambers of the First
Judge. Three Juries will be sitting nt
once for clearing up the calendar
Judge Qcar Is temporarily ensconced.
as to chambers, In a corner of the Ju
diciary Clerk's ofllce.
There was 110 Jur trial before
Judgo Genr this morning Halulu was
to be put on trial for larcen second
degree at 2 p m
KH BUTTED INTO
At about 9 o'clock this morning the '" everjining wtnc a, .muuvu
smnll steamer Kacna startod lowing Klasa 0n0 cry mln6 Item will l)
Clarko und Henry's largo dredger out Sonny Cunha as a country friend pa)
of the- harbor towards Pearl City Slio.Jng a hurried visit to his old thum,
went along all right going out of the Mr. Dloomfleld Dramblcton. The raii
hnrlinr na aim hml Ihn Itrln with hnr I elnnl nnrt n ll.n nrm-Mm la miller the
but when sho turned her nose to-j
Iwurds Pearl Harbor It could bo ob
I ..n. rt.l fMM allien t, n I ntiA una llavlni,1
served from shoro that she was having
qilll. a cotlgll utile-, un nitu hum iu nurn,
agulnst a strong head wlnd. Striking
iho broad Hat front of tho dredger. It1
mado this a verj unwieldy thing for
HAS HOPESJOR CONDOR
Seattle, Feb 3 There Is ) ct hops
for the long missing British warship
Condor, In the opinion of Captain John
A. ODrlen, master of tho steamship
Manucnse. Captalu O'Drlen, whose ex
perience as a navigator of Pacific wa
I tCrg exUlldS OVCT n Period Of IllOie tliall
I a quarter of a century, thinks It not
Improbable that tho Condor will show
up or be rescued bv some other vessel
' It may be " Captain O'Drlen said, I
"that the Condor ran out of coal aud
had to depend upon her canvas, If,
she had to take to sail she would not
hnve had any too much canvas, and
jCr tmo out not iib long ns other
craft i,avo been In making a voago to,
, Uiat ,,,,, .ma
- 'r. - U. men-of-war depend somewluttj
on c"-"- as e" tt,s, fl'pl, So ".V,10!
Condor consumed all of her coal In ,
tho great storm which sho undoubted
1) encountered sho had to get up srjl,
and It ma be she weathered the gales
mlci ulll )et come In
"No I ,u not glvo her up b) any
HENNINO At Lahalin Maul, Feb
U, 1902 Derth.i Hennlng ngid I jcars,
G months d-uighter of Mr and Mr3.
W Hennlng Pioneer Mill.
San Franciseo papers pl.nso cop)
Gomes & McTIkIio, successors to Ca-
mara . Co , liquor dealers, 95 King St.
1HEDALE IN THE MUD.
The Peter Ircdalc, tho large four
masted bark which has been lying In
the stream for about a week, was tak
ru up to tho Kckuanoa street wharf
this morning liuch trouble was ex
pcrienccd In hauling tho vessel, which
is ono of tho longest, If not tho Ion
gest, vessel ever taken to this wharf
When she was partly In the slip, her
bow stuck In tho mud and tho Fear
less, which was engaged In mooring
her had to push her in for all she
was worth Sho finally got her right
In but as the bark had to bo Bhovcd
up on the mud her bow was raised
about two feet In tho process nnd
must probably bo about our reel i" ,
tho mud The long vessels stern ex-1
tends nulto a bit beyond tho end of the
wharf her mizzenmast being right In '
line with It, whllo all that portion of
the ship aft of this extends out In tho
ENTERED ROUGH HOME
AND STOLE SOME CASH
Three Rcoms Ransacked While Oxu-
pants Slumbered Peacefully
And Moon Shone in
There was a robbery at the Rough
horn- 127 Miller street, this morning .writing tho United States language
between 1 o'clock and daylight. As'" ,not teBtcd. " applicant belnc
., , , told to como again at 2 o clock with-
ll..ru aie- nine joung men rooming 0Ilt h8 wItneg;cfi ,n Bn,wer to a
there the front door Is hardly ever question If he wero not a colored man,
locked The robber vhcover ho wns, he guessed he was and stated tho
out. red boldlj nnd wont to the rooms place of his nativity,
of Messrs T J Kclley V 8 Webster j,iK, Eatce. bringing up the beer
ard Wm McClelland, Which Wcro tllU llronnpo ri.mnrkoil In Mr Hllllmnn 01.
nnl ones the doors of which had been
The occupants of these iroms wore
all In their beds and the moon wns Xr smiman strenuously disclaimed
shining through tho windows, which bavlng made a demand of tho kind
shows what a cool hand tho robb.r tated, declaring that ho had not had
must hnve been. Ho took 1150 nnd tlmo to prepare all of the objections
n purse cotnalnlng a lot of old coins be desired to make to tho nndlngs In
rrom Mr Kelley's pockets and a pitrso the decision
containing. $3.' from the 'r-usors pocVl There was some discussion betwegn
ct or Mr. Webster. A 2J-cent nteco court and counsel as to what had ae
was also taken from another purso tually passed botween them when tho
which Mr, Webster happened, to navo decision as rendered. In which Mr.
In his pocket, but tho purse ltsolf was Dmino had a word to say, but It was
not disturbed. A gold plated Hawaii- cut Bnort by judge Estee, saying
an coat-ofarms was another nrt'elo . "The Court will not hear objections
taken. or argument on cither side. It Is going
Mr McClellan had $2 stolen out of to presont n decree In accordance with
his troiiBorB pockets. There Is nbso- nB decision "
lutely no clue to tho robber. Tho mat- -Then wo nro estopped fiom doing
ter haB been placed In the hands of nn) thing further In this mntter," ob
Detective Kaapa That the robbery -erved Mr Sllllman, In a tono of la
miiBt havo taken place after 1 o clock merit.
this morning Is proved by the fact
that Mr Webster was up studying un
til that hour well, may I asn." rejolnod the re-
Evldontly cash 'as all the robber Bpondcnfs nttornoy, "for what pur
wanted, for he lc behind a couple ,,0,0 wa n copytot the decree sordid
of vulunblc gold watches that wero In on n)ef"
full view 1 "That Ib purely a moot question?"
The miirh-talkcit of nroductlon at
..... n.... ..., .1,1. ...d in n.'courso of human affairs Wo aro thou-
d.iubteilly bo greeted with a good
1 V i 1 ... .. .
every one to be well up In their parti,
nouue 1 no nnai rcncMrsui huuwlul
direction of tho capable and talented , claiming this as among the rights of
joung planlsto Miss Jessie Teasdalo,nPPcnl
....... I TllfCim TtttA,, B.ftt,1 i ll A t .IllA nrtftAt.
nmI wm uc flrgt class
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OHIO MAN FIJOn IOWA.
Homer L. Robs has been admitted to
practlco In all tho courts of the Terrl
tory. having taken tho oath before1
Chief Justice Frcar this morning. Tb
new nttornc) Is a natlvo of Ohio nnd
thirty-four jears of age Graduating
an LI. II at the Iowa Stato University
h un. In IROfi nilmltleil to nractlca
law In lown Attached to his applica
tion is a certinciitc oi cnaiacicr irom
Governor resile ai anaw tne onnu oi
Iowa." who has Just been made Sec-
retary of the Treaaur) b) President
J Cunt (04
wo offer you a pair of Hamllto n Drown Security Laco Shoes A
know they will be moat satisfactory and mal.o )ou a permanent cus
tomor of ours.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
IOOT POHT 8T.
i no Him
j Treasurer Not Compelled
I to Cancel Existing
KWI'UNUbN '5 OBJECT 0NS
REFUSED BY THE COURT
I Judge Estee Assures Counsel that
Rifrhfe nf Innail Wilt N! D.
Prlmo beer was almost tho exlu
slvo subject In the United States
Court this morning. The proceedings
were restricted rigidly to tho filing of
the decteo following the decision pre
viously reported. Council for tho re
spondent fought hard to no purposo
for Initiating appeal proceedings at
this stago, but was finally reassured
by tho Court with the promlne that
His opportunity would coma In duo
Q. Gomes, a natlvo of Cape Verdo
Islands, furnished a prcludo to tho set
business. Ho wanted to bo natural
Ized. Two witnesses corroborated his
assurance that ho could sneak Eric
Jllsh. Ills capacity for readlnc and
torney for tho respondent' "Pursiiint
lt nur .lemnnd'tlio Court has amend-
cd the flmllnes nf fnr ."
, ..No 0 aro not estopped In any
thing" ntioth the Court.
Interjected Mr Dunno; "It Is entirely
"It Is not a moot question," replied
Mr. Sllllman "It Ib In the ordinary
sands of miles from a court of review."
' That Is our misfortune." Mr Dunno
, . .. . ,,
Mr g,llman on-er(!d ,0 flIo tho ob
(1Pclon8 ho ha ready,
, judge Estee refusetT to receive any
thing and formally delivered the de
creo to the clerk for filing,
Mj Sllllman wanted to give not ca
of motion for B Stay Of Proceedings,
Judgo Eatce stated that due onpoi-
tunlty would be afforded the reipond
cut for proceedings In appeal No
rights would bo curtailed )fe Sedat
ed there was nothing baforo tho Court
and ordered recess till 2 o'clock this
- . afternoon.
A Ilulletln reporter asked Mr
Dunno In company with Mr. RobTt
on. they being associated for the
plaintiffs, whether tho decree of
which tho prohibitory feature wero
ueu in yisiera issue r-ui.
ed Treasurer . II. Wright the re
spondent to cancel the outstanding
j.rm., ,,. iccnsCs.
Tho nn.tter WB. n ,, negative.
l0t, attorneys holding that tbo pro
-eedlngH thus far du not comprehend
biich an effect.
Most girls aro hard on shoes,
especially so whllo at school.
Only good, honestly made
shoes can stand such s.svlce
ve-r) long At
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