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PLAN OF THE SENATORS
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Probable that Present Law Will Be
Reenacted Without Any Radical
Features Many Are
Washington, March 24. The Mitch-ell-Knlin
exclusion hill was discussed
nt length by the House Committee on
1'orclgn Affairs today. lleprcsenta
tlves Knlin, Coombs, Keedhnm and
Woods of California were on hand by
Imitation. The commltteo had befonf
It a copy of the bill ns proposed to be
amended by tho sub-committee Ob
jection was made by Itcprcscntatlvo
Kahn to miny changes proposed by the
sub-committee. In Bome places the
sub-committee had omitted certain
language from tho bill on tho ground
Hint it una redundant and Kahn allow
ed that tho language In question R
taken crbatlm from the existing Inn.
In one ense the sub-committee tried to
improve certain phraseology and It
was shown It had been taken literally
from tho Oreshnm treaty. Ihc whole
ecct of the sub-commlttcc changes was
to emasculate and practically destroy
the Kahn bill.
There was considerable hostility
manifested among some members ot
the committee. They receded the pro
tests of tho Callfornlnns vvlth Impa
tlence, and by the tenor of their qucs
tlons revealed a deslie to defeat the
whole object sought to be accomplish
ed. Other members of the committee,
It Is said, were friendly and gave as
surance of hearty support. No conclu
sion was reached by the confercnie
Tho whole matter was taken under ad
visement. Ileprescntattvo Kahn Bald, after tit"
meeting, that while considerable hos
tility existed, he was satlsflfled that
there was a majority friendly to the
bill, and that most of the matter omit
ted by the sub-committee would be re
stored and the bill would be reported
substantially as desired by the Califor
nia delegation. The sailor clause, how
ovsY, will be omitted
Trom all that can bo learned nt this
stage of the proceedings, It appear
likely that the Chinese bill will be re
ported nnd acted upon In the House bc
foro It comes up In the Scnntc. Speaker
Henderson nnd others nrc anxious to
get tho bill out of tho way. Tho pro
gram ns outlined by secrnl Senators Is
thnt the House shall pass tho Mltchcll
Kahn bill, weakened posslblyi but still
sustantlally as drawn up. Meantime,
tho Senate Is to discuss oleomargarine
for an Indefinite time, postponing the
discussion on tho Chinese bill to tho
last possible moment. Then either by n
faorable report on Proctor's new bill,
or by offering It ns a substitute for tho
Mltchcll-Kahn bill, It Is proposed to
pass it and BldetrncK the stronger bill.
Thus, toward May C, the date of the
expiration ot tho picsent law. It Is
lipped the two bills will be In conflict
and go to conference. Some Senate
lenders 'hopo then, by renson of the
shortness ot time, to forco the House
conferees to gho v. ay ami ntcept the
Proctor bill, merely recnnrtlng the
This program was outlined by n
leading Republican Senator, and may
be taken as representing tho nctual de
sire of a number of the leadirs, even
though they may not publicly criticise
the Mltchcll-Kahn bill.
PROVE DIM PATRIOT
New York, March 21 If there Is any
trustworthy medium In New York
who can get Into communication with
the spirit of the late Aaion Uurr It
would bo worth her time to Interview
him on his opinion of tho newly formed
Anron Ilurr legion. Ho was credited
with having a keen wit, nnd although
he was something ot nn egoist his re
marks on tho Ilurr Legion could not
help being vastly Interesting.
Tho Aaron Ilurr Legion Ib to consist
of n central bod), to be known as the
Grand Camp, and auxlllat) associa
tions, to bo designated ns outposts The
object of the legion Is to secure nnd
print a list af nil the portraits of
Colonel Aaion Ilurr, his wife, daugh
ter, father, grandfather nnd ench of hid
lelatlans, as tho Oram! Camp mav di
rect," nnd to "print a similar list of nu
mementos, original letters or manu
scripts or copies of the same," also to
refute calumnies, prove Ilurr a patriot
and have suitable memorials erected
In New York "to Ilurr. his beloved
daughter, Thcodosla, and his grandson
and namesake, Aaron Ilurr Alston,"
STRIKE CALLED OFP.
isew voiK, March 27. Thcro Is no
likelihood of a strike In the anthracite
district this j cur. The miners have
formulated their demands and the
operators will probablj meet them half
lho announcement was made last
night on the best uuthorlt) after Sena
tor Manna's confeicnce with J I Moi
gaii, and tho thieatencd trouble will be
aveited mainly through tho efforts oi
the tno men who were tho chief factors
lu settling tho big stilke lu the Presi
dential cnmpalgn of 1000
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1 IS1AND OF Illl
Wailuku, April 5 It Is now almost
six weeks since the rain made Its pres
ence felt on Maul this Jear, and tho
end Is not In sight This present Btorm
has' therefore broken all previous
records within the memory of tho
present generation, but Its beauty Is
that It I not half as severe ns the
storm of last year when the Wulluku
Sugar Company suffered considerable
damage In flumes, ote, and the Maa
laca road washed out In many places.
It rained steadily ever slnco 3 o'clock
jestcrday afternoon, but It stopped n
little today. Walhcc roads suffered tho
most during last night's heavy rains,
tho water In some places reaching the
horscV bellies. The Wulkapu road Is
In the same plllktn The lilialna stage
got stuck In the mud on the Wnlknpu
road at noon today nnd n new rig from
Wailuku was sent over to transfer tho
passengers to town.
Wailuku, April 5 Hosier Day ser
vices at the Wailuku Anglican church
last Sunday were well attended Tho
little church was beautifully decorated
for the occasion with potted ferns and
creeping vines, presenting a unique ap
pearance. As the sun shone brightly
during tho greater part of the day, es
pecially In the morning, the commun
ion services at 7 a m. nnd morning
ptnvcr and communion n't 11 o'clock
were both well attended Itev Canon
Ault oinduted In nil the sei vices One
of the most pleasant features of tho
da) was the cornet ncrompanlment by
C. I) Lufkln ot the Wailuku National
Dank, his plnjlng somewhat adding
vim to the singing of the Kister hymns
by the congregation. Itev Win. Ault
preached a very iihle sermon relating
to the resurrection
New York, March 21 The produc
tlon of Claj Orcene's passion play by
the members of the Lambs' Club nt tho
Gnrrlck Theater Sunday evening has
stirred up a hornets' nest nmong the
atrical managers and religious folks
It seems William A. Ilrady had plana
on foot for Its production on a splendid
scale and the theatrical trust Is mad
clear through because Ilrady succeed
ed In making the I.a tubs' Club the nie.
dlum for n trial nt tho play In the Oar
rick Theater, which Is controlled by
the professionally detested trust Alt
Dayman, who Is n sort of representa
tive of Charles I'roliman, lost no time
In telegraphing to him In London, and
tho Lambs' Club will no longer have
tho privilege of using the Qarrlck Tho
ater for Sunday evening entertain
ments. Oscar llnmmerstcln had also planned
for n magnificent production nt the
Victoria Theater, but the religious ele
mi nt hns raided a storm of disapproval,
and It looks now as though tho "Pas
Elon l'laj" will entlrcl subside
Washington, M.irch 28 Ilrpresontn
tlvc Corliss of Michigan wns given n
hearing beforo the House Committee
on Judiciary todaj on his resolutions
directing tho Atturncy Geneial to In
stltuto proceedings against the Com
mercial Cable Company for alleged
combination with other companies.
Corliss declared that there had been a
deliberate violation of the laws agalntt
combination, and that the effect was
to advance tho cost ot cable, messages
on tho Atlantic 12l cents a word,
Chairman liny and members of the
committee asked a number of questions
which developed lather shnrp division
over tho resolution Corliss said the
mutter had not been brought to the at
tention of the Attorney General, so fni
ns ho knew, but he desired that tho
committee take cognizance of the facts.
which showed an offense ugnlnst the
law, and refer the subject to the At
torney General for his Investigation
Chairman Ita said tho resolutions
amounted to a direction by Congress to
the Attorney General to do his duly
when there wns nothing to show ho
was remiss In his duty or knew any
thing about tho mntter. He suggested
that Corliss should go first to tho At
Corliss remarked that ho had not
como to be advised as to whnt ho
should do, but merely to be heard on
n statement of facts. If thero was to bo
no uctlon ho desired to have tho com
mittee share lu the lesponslblllty for
Tho committee then went Into execu
tive session nnd unanimously reported
ngulnst the resolution on tho ground
thnt Coill8s had not ptesenttiPa cisa
calling for the action pioposed.
8QUA8II COUUT PAD.
Washington, Miuch 27 Commls
sloner aoner.il of Immlgintlon Powder
ly, whoso term or off leu oxplres Boon,
will ho tendered some other position
In tlio Government seivlco Tho state
ment was made today from nn auttit ti
tle soiirco that tho President has do
elded to provido for him oVowhere A
number of Mr Powderly's lrlends liavo
talked with tho President In his bohalf,
nnd pleaded extenuating rlrcum
stances, In many of tho matters of
which ho hns been ciltlclsed.
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SAN FRANCISCO UORSE
OWNERS HAVE NEW GAME
Rival to Ping Pong and Chutlng the
the Chute3 Is Inaugurated
by Bwrd of Work for
San Krnnclseo, March 28 Joining
tho Jolts Is tho latest pastime Invented
nnd patented by the Hoard of Public
Works of tho city of San Kranclseo.
Jolting tho Jolts Is meant to rival l'lng
101115 and Chutlng" the Chutes. Thoio
Is nothing like It In any other well
regulated clt) In the great Union Con
sequently the patenteo Is pardonably
dated with Its new offering to the lov
ers ot genuine sport.
Jolting the Jolts Is enjovod by tho
drivers of Ban I'rnnclsco, for whom
Indeed, tho exciting gnmo is nllemcd to
remain In existence The giounds upon
which Jolting the Jolts Is enjojed nro
on Van Ness nnd Golden Gate avenues
A dcsciiptton of tho game Is neces
sary: Owners ot valuable horses and
handsome vehicles before leaving their
homes to revel In the new sport usual
ly take out an accident insurance
policy, for there Is no telling what
inn j- happen.
The) then proceed to the avenues
designated and the sport commences.
Tho exact spots nre nt the various
crossings. Indeed there Is nor-n cross
ing on Van Ness nvenue that Is level
with the general rondbed, nnd conse
quently tho wabbly gnmo of Jolting
the Jolts Is uninterrupted, nnd, more.
It Is attended with a danger to the neck
of the hoise and the spinal column of
the driver and occupants of the car
riages, hugglcH and wagons, that meets
exactl) with tho exciting conditions
The Hoard of Works Is Just ns gen
erous with the Jolts on Golden Gate
avenue, for In that locality matters ns
sume an even more exciting condition,
ItiRtead of the hunchback crossings,
drivers liavo the privilege of seeing
their horsi-H tnko a leap nnd often
stumble over the depressions In tho
nsphalt that In some way resemble u
fox hunting scene. It Is Invigorating
sport. Is Jolting the Jolts, In the much
traveled localities, where It occurs
every day In the week, Sundti) Includ
ed It Is an cxhllumtlng, exciting
Hut there nrc some who lake excep
tion to tlio conditions, and In no un
certain voice condemn tho gentlemen
who"1iold olllcc nnd who ore receiving
the people's nione to see to It that the
thoroughfnrcs of tho city are kept In
pcrrect order, thnt the) be not n dan
der to tho driver or tho pedestrian.
Hint tlio necks of tho people nrc not
put In danger of n wrench, and that
horses valuable nnd otherwise, may
draw their load without the possibility
of a serious spill. .
Wailuku April 5 The roncert to be
given li) Prof C'has Kclllnol's glee
club for the benefit nt the Maul Ath
letic Association will come off ncxl
Saturday evening, April 1.', nt the
Alexander hourc, when the follow In;
Uy Glee Club
2 Instiumental Guitar and Mandolin
J nnd A Garcia
3 Solo and Chorus Awnlaulu ..
ID Glee Clug,
I Song ... . Hcv. Mr. Aull
i a Spin, Spin
b Soldier's 1'nrewcll. '
II) Clio Club.
0 I'lcolo ami Guitar.
A. Jackson nnd Knwal.
7. Duet Pua Illnnliiiia.
Geo Maxwell and G. II. Cuinmlugs.
8 Waltz Hrcezo of tho Mght.
Ily Glee Club.
0 Tarcc Dutch Justice.
10 Lei o Kalulunl.
ny aieo Club.
11 Cornet Solo C. I). Lufkln
1.'. D.ilil Kolotlo a Kula
11) Gleo Club.
1.1 'lorn, the Piper's Son,
An endeavor will be made to take
tho club to Lalmlna and open a con
cert there ns soon as Director Kelllnol
returns from his Honolulu trip.
vviiiuiKu, April o invitations nro
now out for the dedicntlon ceremonies
to bo held nt thu new Castle Hall of
Alohn Lodge, No 3, K. (if P at Wai
luku on 'Ihursday evening, April 17
The exercises will open at 8 o'clock, tu
be followed by a grand uall. That will
bo ono of tho'gieatest events In Wai
luku dining tho week, and the expected
presence of tho Hawaiian band will
grcatl) ndd to tho en Jo) men t of the
oveiilng A large turnout Is expected
ns nlrendy n litrgo number of the fair
eox nro making plans to be present on
thnt auspicious occasion. A large
number of tho lending citizens In the
outsldo districts, ospcclnll) Lahatna,
liana nnd Multuwno, will bo pieslnt.
MAUI HliNUHIT CONCERT.
Wulluku, April 5 The concert h)
tho pupils of tho Maunaolu Seminary
Pain, for tho benefit of tho school has
been postponed foi 0110 week, until
next 1'ildn) evening, tho nth, weather
permitting Soi-il of tho )oung la
dles inteiested In tho Institution have
already disposed of n huge number ot
tickets In and around Wulluku.
The ever popular Rnlncr Ilecr Is Just
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draught nt tho New Criterion Saloon
ns It wns at 4ho old The lunger It Is
used tho better It Is liked.
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