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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T , THURSDAY. FEB. 27. 1002.
Situations nml Help Wanted
WANTED Position ly innn now
traveling iliy goods and liats In
Island trade, similar position ir
will consider anollur linn Rood
cnuse for desiring change, refer
cure's. Address liiumim-i. lliilli'tln
WANTED Situation as maid or scam
stress In rlate family by an Eng
llsh B'rl. Address M S,thi3 office
WANTED Position to do general
housework on earn for children Ad
dress (llrl, this oflko 27"i lw
WANTED Young man wants work
of any kind, experienced waiter and
porter 1 A I this oillce
Ads In this 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 It the cheapest advertising
tver ottered the people of Honolulu.
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for tho man holding
position as guardian, postoffico offi
cial or any other position of trust
Honululu Investment Co 2031 tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOR
SALE. 1513 -t
WANTLD 'lo buj line leghorn roos
ters. Address J I C this olUe.
WANTED A furnished cottage Ad
dress A It. this olllco 2079 tf
WANTED Gentleman desires board
nnd room in prlvnte family Address.
stating term, A II C , liulletln office.
WANTED Everybody to know that
tho Canton Marine Insurance Co
office Is at Honolulu Investment Co
WANTED 500 men to shave for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St, Ave white bar-i
bers 2011 tf
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for .e
en room house, with privilege ofi
tenting, leaving city , no reasonable
offer refused Call third house fiom
AUpal on Klnau Just tr
FOR SALE A light suriev, cut under
complete with curtains shnft and
pole, very (heap, account of leav
lug city. Address M It , this office
2079 lw j
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow, Just
calved. Apply to Lewis & Co
FOR SALE Furniture for eight room
cottage Including piano. Enquire
1253 Lunalllo cor Kewalo 2070 lw
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, nlso
orv nl.l cnlnlilahos nmn iinimllnh. I
cd. Address . , this office 4s tf
FOR SALE Furniture Call at Itoom
11, Queen Hotel, Nuuanu St.
FOR SALE Farm of 10 acres, with
house nil Improved and fenced, at
rlonokna, Huwali, $1500 House and
lot, Kewalo, COxlOO, ibOO House
and lot King St., G0xl20, S3000
part mortgage, part cash. Lease
hold, 20 years on King St., nenr LI
llba, 77x200. One flno gentle, driv
ing horse, suitable, for any lady,
$1500 to loan on good security In
quiry S. Decker, with W. V Wright,
King, cor. South St.
FOR SALE Horsoand phaeton, horso
gentle; good under saddle, phaeton
almost new. K. C. D. liulletln.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
-J The weekly edition of the Evening
Postage on the Bulletin's special In. Bulletin is the largesc ana best pub-
duitn-ll edition It three cents to all llshed In the Territory. Sixteen and
parts of the States. twenty pages. $1 a yeai
P. DANSON KELLETT Attnrnoy.
Notary Public, marrlago licenses
Room 11, Magoon Hldg.
F. M. BROOKS ..ttorney, rooms 9-10,
Sprcekels hldg ; Tel, Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; ID Kaa
humnnu St ; Tel Ml Mala
M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Law,
10!) Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER
law; Kaahumanu St.
I. M. LONG Offices 3-33 Campbell
bldg ; Tel. Main 278.
E. J. WALKER Coffeo Broker; room
4, Sprcekels bldg.
C A. COWAN 118G Union SL,
Pacific Club sundries etc.
McDONALD LANGSTON Contract
ora nnd Builders; 118 Union St.
N. K. OTSUK A Contractor and build
er, carpenters and maBOUB, excavat
ing, filling and curbing, stono and
brick; ballasting ami cement walks,
Room 4, Arlington Hotel, Tol Main
THE KA8H CO., LTD. 1 wo stores, i
23-27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotol I
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Derctnnla near Fort St.
AiIh. "Ill be ItiHerteil FRL'E.
SALESMEN WANTED To sell onr
goods by sample to wholcsalo nnd
retail trade, wo are the largest nnd
only manufacturers In our lino In the
world, liberal salary paid Address
Can Ilex Mfg Co , lluffalo, N Y.
WANTED German girl to do general
household work and enro for chit
ilren Mnry, Ilutlctln oillce.
FOR RENT Suite of looms over
Washington Mercantile- Co $2" per
month possession Marih 1st p
pl A Harrison Mill Co Ltd or
Fri'd I. Wnldion room I Snreekels
,!, U 2081 tf
TO LET Three handsomely furnish-.
(1 riinma nntt limn A 1!t9fi Horn '
tanln, cor. Ketaumoxii.
TO LET Flc room cottage off Val
klkl road between Hopkins nnd
Bishop switch Immediate posses
sion Apply llawn. Trarawas of
fice, Punahou 2004 tf
O LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gto or en suite, first class table
board, hot nnd cold water, electric
lights, etc 1270 Ileretnnla St.
TO LET Newly furnished nlry suite,
table board Is desired 141 Ilcretanu
TO LET Two nicely furnished rooms
close to Rapid Transit It II. power
house The llnlmornl, 831 Young
St 20G8 lw
TO LET Cottages off t.hool St. nr.
Nuunnu, $15 and $17. On Insano
Asylum road J12 50 and $6 50. P
rc it straiten, a;
31C Fort t
TO LET Cottage. Cottage Grove,
Enquire No. 8 cottage.
TO LET Roomy bath tub. with cither
hot or cold water ami nil modern ;
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar-i
ber Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET Cottage on Vineyard St nr. '
east corner of Emma St.: contnlns i
four rooms, with nnntrv. k chc-n nnd
bath room, electric lights Apply.
to Trustees Gear Lnnslng & Co,'
Judd bldg 2070 lw
FOR RENT Cottago on South St , '
six rooms- modern Improvements
$20 Honolulu Investment Co Judd I
llldg 2072 tf I
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
suite with privilege of light house-1
keeping 714 Fort St. 2058-lm
TO LET Furnished rooms at 5Irs I
McConnel s. Gnrdcn lane. 2055 tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort SL;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms reasonable 1930 tf
LOST Pocketbook containing sum of
IHOIiej. .Monday lllght llewnrd If
returned to this office
put so with watch and
two kejs Suitable reward If re
turned to the liulletln office fs lw
LOST Deeds In favor of L P Mar
ques, C. Plres and J D Marques,
ono Insuranco policy nnd Nahlku i
stock certificate Finder will bo re
warded by ret m j I tig same to J D
Marques, at Lowers & Cooke.
LOST Many thousands of dollars
tlirnili'ii nntrntt incr tr lint, a atnnl
sufficiently Insured Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of tho
Btrongost fire Insuranco companies.
FOUND Insuranco ngalnst tho break
age ot plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
EL8 BUILDING, C1G Miller Street i
(COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr; Com-
merclal Law and Adjustment Agen
cy; rooms 10-10 Magoon bid I'ei. 328.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able. Room 10 Mclntyro Block.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHw -8 Dentist,
1154 Alakea St., olllco hours, 0 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts- ens
administered, painless extracting. '
.DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lege '92; Masonic Toraplo; Tol. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 46 Beretonla St.;
office hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; office, J313 Wil
der Avo , Tel 3441 nine
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stnmplng; room 2, l..to bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAFlCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St , opp Wnverley blk ; Tel.
C21 Blue; pkgs. called for and dcl'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggage express
and drayago; Tel. White 921.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663 Young
Men's Institute, meets eery second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
HA2ELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St near KukuI (Irocorlcs,
Krults nnd Tobaccos
GOEAS Ileretnnla near Emma
Tel 2312 Blue.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Sailer &
Valt, 712 rort St, Orpheum blk.;
Tel GS1 lllue
F AVEIROS Groceries,
Walklkl of nmma St
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W McDon-
nld, Fort St opp Club Slnblcs.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE8S CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts , Tel. Main 228, 1. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP
opp Club Stnbles, 1'. O box 791.
REIS &. QUINN King St., near Fort;
Tel 290 Main.
THOS. LINDSAY 5Ifg. Jeweler nnd
watchmaker; 530 Fort 8t.;
hldg : latest In novelties.
nt the PANTHEON SALOON
St. nr. Hotel.;
Tel. VICE Union
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER vocal .
Instructor. "Mlgnon, 1021 neretn-1
ELLIS' 'HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB i
tel, room 12, Alnkea St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
I ments; studio. I.ovo hldg. Fort SL
HAWLEY'3 MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bidg.; Tel. 264 Main.
MRS; HANNA Fort St.. next to Love
' "'" : c'"c """ ' new millinery.
trimmings, etc.. agent for Butterlck
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso nnd
Thont. office at Eve nnd Ear Infirm
ary, Atakea St. Hours 9 a. m. toall,l sentenced him
4 p. ra.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear.
Nose and Throat only, ofllre Alakca
SU lately occupied by Dr. Muiray;
offlco hours 9 a. m to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAV. M.D.. CM,
-520 ncretanla Ave ; Tel Illue 3351.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Rerctanla Ave : Tel DIuo 821.
ANTONE PI LARES & CO. Plumbers
nml Tinsmiths All kinds of sanl
tary work Sewer connections n
specialty Chnrges to suit tho
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN I'alntlng nnd paper
hanging; Territory Stables. King St.
JUDD & CO., LTD. llulldlng lots nni
residences for sale; 307 Stangen
wald bldg : Tel 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate,
nlso to grant marrlago licenses;
C8 Merchant St.: Tel Main 115.
PRIMO BEER is good If It Is kept
right Try It. M tno PANTHEC
AMY LENNON Stenography and
typewriting; 13 Kaahumnnu St.
E. MORIKUCHI .4 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
I pairing. Klks hldg. lilfi Miller St.
GROTE & CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing. Union nenr Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
rhronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
THOSE RIVAL COOKS.
yw'(rnuet . i i iy t""!cS 1 STBJ I
Cont von Bulow (having permitted Mr. Chamberlain to sample his
broth): "He seems to have noticed the tabasco In It." Chicago Record-Herald.
VOLUNTEERS NOT SUBJECT
TO REGULAR ARMY LAW
' Belong to "Other Forces" According
to Decision of united States
Court of Appeals-Opens
St. Louis, Feb 10 Established
pucedeiits of the United Stntes Army
were overthrown mid the freedom ol
nenrl 2u0 men now confined In Fed
eral penitentiaries was assured by a
decision tendered by the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals today In tho
case of Petir C Iteming, a former cap
tain of United States Volunteers,
against Itobert McOlaughcj, warden
of the Federal penitentiary at Fort
Leavenworth Doming was Imprison,
ed on the sentence of a court-martial
composed of nine regular officers. con
vened bj General V. It. Shaftcr on
5Inrt.li 29, 1900. The opinion of the
Circuit Court, wltten by Judge Walter
II S.inborn, Is that the court-martial
whlih sentenced Demlng acted 111
flotation of article 77 of the Articles
of War. which proldes that officers
of the regular Army shall not be com
petmt to sit on courts-martial for tho
trial of officers and soldiers of other
The essmtlal question, as stated 111
Judge Sanborn's opinion, Is whether tied, however, ns far as tho commit
the volunteer Army Is the Bamc as tin I tee wns concerned, by the discovery
regular Army, or whether It Is one of t a pamphlet written hv former Sec
the 'other forces" mentioned In aril- ft"? of State John W. 1 cister, with
cle 77 The opinion establishes the
. ...... , . . . n
f'"' tl,a,t tllc '"'"nicer Army Is nt all
times distinct from the regular Array.
Demlng will be released from tho
rort Leavenworth penitentiary within
sixty da s. and all other former mem-
bers of the volunteer army who nrol
confined In Federal prisons on sen-
teiues Inflicted by courts-martlnl of
regular officers arc likely to he Hbcr -
otcd ns the result of today's decision
K A Hosier United Stntes District
Attorney estimates the number of
sui h cases .it 200
Demlng was a captain In the Subsist
ence Depaitment of the volunteer
nrm) Ue nn" commissioned under tlit
ati i lo-ra. proviuing ior cue enusi-
nient of soldiers for the Philippine
war The charge against him related
i to his accounts. The court-martial
dismissed Demlng from the service
o three veais In
This sentence was
afflrnie.1 by the Secietnry of War and
amiroved hv the Piesldcnt
apprciveo ny me icsiccnt.
Ihe case was firs brought In
United States Circuit Court for tba
riKirici or Kansas, nnu wns uecicieii
against Demlng, who then appealed to
j ,lu crulll Court ot AwiaU n s,j
III June. 1898. Judge Advocate Gen-,
cral Llcbcr decided that regular nrmyl
officers might try volunteers under tin I
ait of 1S9f piovlillng for tho enlist-i
ment of soldiers fo rthe Spanish War
I nder this iiillng many cases wire
tried and sentences Imposed Tim
Iteming case was the nrst In which an
appeal was taken
In his onlnlon .IuiIl'o K.-inlmrn b.-iiii
that General Shaffer was nrohlhlieil
by the laws of the United States from
constituting tho Demlng court-martial
of regular army officers, and that tho
action of such n tribunal Is void.
LL'KS I1UUT8 SOWN.
t. . ,
Ilcpiesentatlvo Mouls of Minnesota
has introduced In the House a bill
Increasing tne duty on inw sugai fiom
1 065 cents to 1841 cents n pound.
,,lc" wou1'1 ,''"'-, tho differential
on refined sugar Horn 0 205 to 0 1Gb
cent a pound.
Tho bill autho.lzcH the President to
iioiii iii .i id per cenc oi me larin col
letted on Cuban sugar under tho act,
and to pay the same pro rata to Cu
ban planters, according to the amount
of sugnr raised by each planter, under
such regulations ub he may prescribe
Representative Morris believes that
by Increasing tho tnrlff to nil tho
world nnd then giving n concession to
Culm the (.overnment will not lose any
levenuo tho Ameitenn BUgar pioduc
crB will be protected, and the Cubans
will bo benefited.
Ml Moirls" bill will piobablj be fol
lowed by others proposing to remedy
the situation and at the same tlmo to
!uvoid giving the concessions lenuesteil
without doing something for the beet
I siiKiir people Washington Times.
SINGULAR VERB SAID
TO BE PROPER THING
Much Discussed Question Settled by
Pamphlet Written by John -W.
Foster Form In
A dlspntrh to the Now York Sun
from Washington Bays lho House
Committee on tho Revision of tlm
Laws, In tho comso of somo tinker
ing with the stntutes, tan up ngalnst
the time worn proposition whether n
singular or plural erb goes with the
Lnlteil Stntes There was much ills
ciiBslon among the members of the
committee and the worshipers or the
Constitution, quoting from that In
strument, had much tho best of tho
argument It was suggested that the
committee consult nny authority ou
the subject thnt could be found. An
tordlngly the Librarian of Congress,
the Sunrcme Court ofllctals nnd oth
ers were asked to throw light on tho
question The result showed that
while the Constitution and nearly all
the laws, documents nnd messages In
the tarly days of tho Republic used
the plural verb, the tendency had bea
steadily toward the slngulnr form,
wnlch. during the past fifteen nt
twcnt cars bad obtained nlmost ex
The question was practically set
the title. "Arc or Is?' In this pain
phlet Mr Foster quotes fiom Hnmil
ton, Webster, llenton, Motley, C. F
Adams. Jefferron. Marcy. Seward
Fish Kvaits, lllalne. Frellnghuysen
Edward. Ore-sham and Olney. who
used It In the singular In the oarllet
messages of the Presidents, Jackson
j only used the singular form, hut In
I later jcars Lincoln nnd since the
ICIvIl War particularly. Grant, Clevo
land, Harrison nnd McKlnley had
I ' exclusively He nlso quotes
trom decisions of the Supreme Court
those of recent years Invariably us
ing the singular verb In connection
with the United States. In nn rlass
of documents Is gnater attention pild
to the language employed than In
drafting ticatlcs and up to 1890 the
pluial fnim wns used. Since then
howevei the singular had been adopt-
led and Mi Foster points to the fur
fnl trent of 1892, tho arbitration
treaty or 1 Ml . and lastly, llie nay
i I'amici-fotc canal treaty, ns cnnspUu
ou" ox " ' .. B . . "" loWer part ",n"1S 1,eCOnlC
Alu'1- u'n,llB ,hp arguments and the airship dropped slantingly
authorities or Mr Foster the comm t-,,,.,, tteoii shootlnir cround w h
th-1,, hM ,,,, ,, ,0Rn, nt loastJ' fi " ' " g
n(lu t niud States "i.
FImu ilhl M.irvnnt'a linn1a rnnwi
acioss fiom Conwull to the Newfound -
1ji.iI slioies Thcie Is a curving hill
,.r unlnr n..,l n.irth .nml nn mil 1.1. i,
in between nM tlm nlcdrl,. w.,v,. -J
nn ii, hin .. .1, ..,,,. i. i. i
ihm u ti,.. ,,in ,i. i,., ,.i. ... .. ,i.i
(. u , ii iibnt v 1MV vitiiiiiiui iiuiii
ui,nih..rii,.r. no-,.! ,i,,m. c,
German experiments seem to indlcatu
ti.t th ,..p. .,i..i
as the aie bv metals. Professor
i-i. ,i ., i, .-.I,,,, .. r... i... ........ ...
4 ii.ititii "i iioiiuuii, nilU ilHQ UVM1V till
vlftlifit fitit u nrb nn Mm enlnntln.. oll. rx
ii,.. Kiii..,t t. ti.o ,!,,.,. n.M.I
dlffcentlj. His results would make
water opaque to these electrical waves,
ns It Is In fni-c-e ,,titv t ii.,t
Kitliei way It seems as If the slgu.iU
didn't come stiulght through. They
went round the hill In this case they
must tumehow have followed the curv
ing earth. Hut how? The accepted
Idea Is that the vibrations Murcoul
uses aie Just long, Invlslblo light
waves. And light goes straight. Prof
Fleming thinks the waves might bend,
or It may be, the upper air, being
highly rnrlfled, Is also opaque to them
llko water. This would form a shell
round the enith, In which the slgnaU
mKht tinvel anywhere. Would they
go clear lound" And If they did. would
the) stop when they got back to
wheie they Htu.lc.1. or keep going
.ou,,,, nd round' Hvldently. until
they had been absorbed h siihstanee3l
like the metals. Hut what becomes
the waves then' Do they set up
(linen! nf iinllnniv ,.!,., I, I..II,.?
ilmt I,., trim tlm., ti,. .....i.i ..
powei Thcie was a Kansas professor
.amid Blake who had this Idea, some
,.,,, ., .., .. .... .i..
v, .,,7.VCr.;'. "-,"'"!
don and Nlaga.n to turn corn-grlnden
nmi i.m ,wi.,.ni. i,in... i .
untie .,l,.i.. ti,i, ,...- n, i.l
iiitn.,P .,.,..mi..., . ..... "
electrical p.oblem of today, and It may
i... .i. .... ,.. . .... .. .
ur nit- iirii unvpu win nrinir inn nn.ni i
ICV Ihnil I . inn mini.. mnl,l
shut up shop
TI.-,,. la i,tn n.M
and Inasmuch as about every nation iu
Rinope has been ahead of us In per -
feeling the wlieless telegraph, this Is a
chance to even up Harper's Weokly
Pope HcndH Kyinpnthy.
Home Feb 15 The Pope has tabled
to Piesldent Roosevelt expiesiilng hope
ioi tne speedy lecovcry of tho Litter's
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxatlvo Ilromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money If it
falls to euro. b. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Hut I cant cast ninks for that
part. ' protested the stago manager ot
the ainateui theatrical compnnv, In an
swer to the lecpiest of the heroine.
IIh doesn't know how to play tho lov
"Ho doesn't'" she exelnlme'd.
"Well, that's all you know about It.
Then sho stopped nnd blushed.
"I mean In public." said the mana
Thcieupon she blushed some more
VERY WET EXPERIENCE
Guy Rope of Baloon Got Tangled
and Airship Finally Collapsed
Young Man Not Discouraged.
.Monaco. Feb. 11. Santos-Duniont
the neionatit, nut with a disaster Iito
today and had a narrow ecapo fiom
death. Ills airship Is a total wreck
while tonight his motor lies nt the
bittoni of the bay ot 5l3naro
The morning brokj glo.lousl), hut
ai there was coiisldcriulc wind Sin-
tCK-Dumont decided nut tn Uteinpt ti
flight Toward 2 oclat'.; Ill the after-
icon. Inwever, the wind dropped anc
the weather appeared to bo perfect.
Santos-Uumont announced that lie
would make a trip A big crowd .it
seinhled at the entrance of the ncto
drome. nnd as the large doors of Hip
building rolled back the airship
emerged at 2.40 o'clock. A number if
steam yachts and launches Including
the Prince of Monaco's yacht Prlncrs
Alice, with several parties on hoaid,
were cruising about tho bay with tho
Intention of following the baloon.
Cheers greeted Santos-Dumont as
airship arose and Its head pointed for
the middle ot the hay. It was soon no
ticed, however, that Instcal of main
talulng Its usual equilibrium the bal
loon rose and pitched in a vay that
caused considerable anxiety anon;
the spectators. The aeronaut, ho
ever, kept on Its flight, nnd pointing
his ship to the left continued t)
ascend until the long guide rope was
-..i... ... .... -. ..... i. .. . t..
I Cliuie mi'ui icct uui ui im' nuiiri. in
turning the balloon the guide ropo
caught In the screw, and this, with tho
erratic working of the airship, created
a situation of great danger.
At the same time a squall hurst from
TpIp dp Ctilen. nml S.intos-Dllmont
lllln.l tlin lif.n,1 nl tlm linltnnn tmunrit
tu order to dlsengago the guldo rope.
But In doing so, the ballast shifted and
the oil used to run tho motor began to
spiend. Fearing an explosion, the In
ventor pulled the emergency cord. This
ripped the envelope of the balloon,
which at onre began rapidly to do
se cud Santos-Dumont did not lose
his head He could easily bo seen from
the shore watching tho various parts
cf the airship At this time the bal
loon had slightly righted Itself, and
the lower part having become empty,
ders the bay
In the meanwh.'le tho steam
launches In the bay were making to
wards where It was supposed the
balloon would fall. The first to ap
proach was the Princess Alice, belong
ing to the Prince ot Monaco, nnd thosq
on board seized the balloon's guide
lope, which somehow had became ills
entangled At the moment this was
1 n.one a slurn' cracking sound, made by
the motor could he heard, nnd the
'rew "as " rui. j ue uai
loon, wiilili was tlion nlmost In the sen.
.1 rose slowly for a few moments. But
the motor stopped ngaln nnd the nlr
"'! uescenueu a second lime, uniii
,. , - , . ,
' Santos-Dumont was Immersed up to
I his armpits In tho water. This scene
! as 'tm-MCd with Intense excite
I ment b the onlookers OBhore and
The aeronaut with tho pluck which
'Ul1 characterized him throughout his
I d;"" experiments, could be seen
I standing up In his car. gesticulating
i launch, which was towing him toward
the Princess Alice At 2 55 o'clock
the end ot the balloon huist and tho
Prince of Monaco who was on hoard
the launch, then gavo orders to rescue
Santos-Dumont from his perilous posi
tion. The launch came alongside tho
half-deflated baloon of the airship,
which threatened at any moment to
smother Santos-Dumont. Tho latter
was half pulled and half clambered
over the gunwale of tho boat.
The Prince of Monaco took him by
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the hand and urged him to allow him
to do this until the remnant ot his nlr
of"" """, u,eu " wan mo sea
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I Elot"1 ' "' how of the launch, shout
' " " I" ll salvage of his
"""l, 'tas Impossible to save
moie than the silken envelope. The
woi had to bo left to Its fate, and It
nU T!le ,la,,"c"' """ tl,c lnvemor'
' then made for tho shore.
As Santos-Dumont landed the great
I assemblage which had gathered on
, 'h" acclIB'mefl,1 'llm w',h "tr,cra,
enthusiasm Ills first words of n bur-
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I uape Martin is only postponed. I will
as I get ready.
This accident was due to the entangle
ment of tho guide rope with the screw
and wires of tho balloon. The balloon
wns not fully Inflated when I started.
Seeing that an accident was Inevitable,
I pulled tho emergency cord but pull
"" It harder than I Intended. This
made a bigger lent than I wanted.
Consenucntl) tho airship collapsed too
WHISKERS IN THE SENATE.
Senators Mitchell or Oregon nnd
Stownrt and Jones of Nevada display
In tho Senate chamber each day mag
nlflcent sets of whiskers But as noth
Ing Is great ecopt by comparison
when ex Senator Fetter of Kansas
walked Into tho chamber a few days
ago and Joined tho threo Senators
named who weio chatting on tho floor,
nnd shook out his celebrated beard
It inado tho three other nun look al
most like smooth faced youtliB Wash
Tha Evening zjulletlu. 76 cents per
This wonderful mcdtclno has never
been equalled ns a stomach strength
cner and health builder. It Is tho only
ono to taka when your system Is weak
and run down and you suffer from
dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation,
flatulency, sour stomach or headache.
Try It. It will surely do you good. Do
suro to get tho genulno with our Pri
vate Die Stamp over tho neck of tho
For Panama Route
Washington, Feb. 12. Full author
ity Is given for tho statement that tho
protocol now being prepared by Ad
mlrnl Walker, chairman of tho
Isthmian Canal Commission, and Dr.
Silva, the Colombian Minister here,
will not contain any provision for tho
relinquishment of sovereignty over the
Isthmus It Is understood that the ter
ritory for the canal, which will ha
provided for In the protocol. Is a strip
eight miles wide, four miles on cither
side of the canal. An interesting ques
tion has risen with regard to the polic
ing ot this zone thnt of the pursuit
ot criminals who commit crimes with
in the zone nnd then take refuge with
out It and It Is stated that the proto
col will confer the privilege of pur
suit within the limits of Colombia ot
criminals charged with crimes com
mitted In tho zone. Justice will be ad
ministered within tho zone by mixed
tribunals and tho question ot their or
ganization Is now occupying the fram
ers of the protocol.
The question ot price, It Is stated,
will be left as tho last Item to ho in
corporated In tho document. It Is de
sired to have It In the form of an an
nuity. A lenso In perpetuity Is con
tiary to the constitution of Colombia
and therefore Is out of the question, It
Is said, and the terms probably will ho
a 200 years' lease, with privileges of
COMPROMISE SUGAR LAW
Mr I. lent ot Madgcburg, In his re
port of January 18th mado to Wlllett
& Gray on European beet sowing says
Since In view of tho low prlco of sugnr
only correspondingly low prices can
ho paid for beets, It Is mostly thought
that n restrlttlon of tho beet cultiva
tion Is sure to tako place, tho amount
or which It Is not yet possible to cal
culate. So, for Instance, a number of
Slleslan factories mado nn agreement,
to bo enforced by n penalty, not to
pay any moro than 0.80 per evvt This,
of course, will lower tlio cost of tho
sugar production By others It has
been proposed tho Federal govern
ment Bhotild bring out an emergency
law, reducing next year's contingent
by 20 per cent. In nny case, tho con
vlctton seems to pievnll among tho
sugar fabrlcants, that a considerable
reduction of tho beet cultivation has
become necessary. Similar aro tho
reports from Austria, France, Ilounia
nla and Spain, partly also from Ilussln,
whilo In tho other European countries
thcro is still moro or less uncertainty
That In commercial circles, for tho
present, not much weight Is attached
to a serious restriction ot the Kuro
pean beet area, while In a largo part
of cano districts n further extension
of the cano cultivation Is spoken ot
may, abovo all, bo gathered from tho
wholly unprecedented state of tho
market, and energetic measures will
havu to be taken by tlio sugar Indus
try, tf they Intend to cause a chango
In this. Wo may also refer to tho
accounts from tho colonies, which
itirtly complain seriously of tho proa
nt prices being ruinous to the sugar
THE LEGISLATIVE ELKS.
Representatives Thomas of North
Carolina and Kern or Illinois aro com
piling a list of tho i:il(B In tho House,
with the view of ascertaining how
many will parttcipato In tho Legisla
tive Klks' dinner which will bo given
some time during tho session In tho
banquet hall of tho New Wlllard. Tho
proposition for u dinner to bo given
by tho nika In tho Houso was mado
some weeks ago by Representatives
Robertson. Dovener. Pierce. Norton,
and Rroussnrd, and since then tho
movoment has taken shape, with tho
result that Messrs, Thomas and Kern
aro gathering tho necessary data to
make everything complete.
Mr. Thomas sdys It will bo the most
notable gathering of Elks over assem
bled, for thcro will bo present at tho
dinner Elks of national noto from ov
ory State and Tenltory In tho Union.
Speaker Henderson, who Is ono of tho
lending Elks In tho Stato of Iowa, It la
understood, will prestdo. Represcnta
tlvo Thomas says tho .'.'Iks in tho Sen
nto will also bo Invited to nttend tho
dinner It Is roughly estimated that
there aro something llko 150 Elka In
Congress. Tho dinner Is nlready nn
assured success Washington Times
FOUR THOUSAND IN PRIZES.
Interest Is being awakened among
local Kodakers regarding the picture
taking contest and many are calling at
the Honolulu Photo Supply Co to get
further particulars. Four thousand
dollais in prizes Is offered and the con
test Is open to every ono using cither .i
kodak or brownie camera.
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