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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY MAY 0, i02
l'ltlOB 5 OUNTB.
MRS. HELEN BOICE HUNSICKER.
Mrs. noire Ilunslcker Is one of the most charming of the many talented
and beautiful women who compose the bonnl of lady managers of the St
Louis world's fair. Her home Is In Philadelphia.
Six Out of Eighteen Men
Excused By Judge
FIRST TEN CRIMINAL
CASES OFF CALENDAR
Transition Period Cases to Await
Decision of United States Supreme
Judge Robinson's tilal Jury panel
looked to be vanishing Into thin air
for a little while after the roll was
called this morning. Theie were
eighteen Bummpned. All but two of
these answered to their names, tboso
two sendlne medical certificate, of dls-
.unity, anil men came requests to no
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excused. Four of theso were granted, transition period question. L. M. nsnt, In u manner befitting such an
leaving only n bore trial panel of gtraus for the defendants Joined with Important event. The rooms and hall
twelve Jurors. In view of excuses for the Deputy Attorney General In re- wu'8 werc thrown wldo open for the
cause und challenges liable to occur In q,.8tnK the continuances. ! accommodation of the guests nnd on
any trial, this state of affairs called j M Kcaioba and Mltanul were scv-' ey hand there was evidence of neat
for the summoning of more Jurors. J crally listed for sentence for unlawful i decoration with palm leaves and mnlle
Certificates of physlelanswcrc receiv- nQ.r tcnR, Tho Into J. K. Knulla lei". ltb here and there a vai.c of
ed by J. K, Wilder and W. L. Disney, wnB attorHcy for Kealolia, and K. M. I flowcm, making the whole scene tropl
and they were excused. ' Urooks for Mltaml. On motion of Mr. I cal in appearance. For an event of the
C. n. Dement nrose and said It would cthruit. both cases were stricken ' kind the decorations were In excellent
ue uaa ior nis Dusiness u ne uau in
geive on the Jury. The couit asked
what was the nature of his business.
He answered that it was retail liquor,
"and the court excused him.
Lot K. C .Lane stated that his con
stant attendance wns required on a sick
brother, as It had been for seven years
past. The court knew something of
the clrcumbtances and excused the Ju
ror. U. A. Dexter had served as a Jury
irnn tlce already within a year past.
He v.-in bool.Ucener In the rirst Na
tion?! Dank and there was no available
rnbrtlttitc for him. Judge Robinson
stited that Senator lirown had told him
that tho absence. of Mr. Dexter would
cripple the bank, and as lie did not
P ! "
Our best argument to get
your trade Is the class of work
wo turn out.
' Wo do nil this work our
selves and glvo It our particu
lar attention. If the picture Is
of a pretty view or has Borne
association, it cannot bo too
well finished. You will wnnt It
dune rightly and wo nre the ono
to do this.
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Dlock, cor. Hotel
cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
wish to sec the bank crippled the Ju
ror would be excused.
A. S. Prescott asked to be excused
because, until tho return of Mr, Mc
Intyre, the business dlicctlun of H.
May & Co. devolved on tilm. The
court thought the Juror could attend
well enough to the business between
the court hours and declined to ex
Solomon Kuplhen wns called up and
questioned as to his knowledge of En
glish. It seemed to need Interpreter
t.usn's services to vxamino him and
he was excused for want of sufficient
knowledge ot tho official language.
Callings the criminal calendar then
began. George Wnde, assault with in
tent to murder, was Hut. Deputy At
torney Gcnciul J. W, Cutlicart made a
statement, to which C. C. Hitting fori
the defendant assented, and concluded
by entering a nolle prosequi, which the'
court allowed. The prisoner was rc-j
leased on habeas corpus while serving
n nAitAnrn n 9 t,..n,.f., ..An..!. trf rr n .1
slaughter, his being one of the so-called j
transition period cases. Thereafter ho
was reindicted both for murder ami
the present charge He was convicted
of manslaughter and sentenced to Im
prisonment at hard labor for ten years.
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t iiu iniovui nm. 6U nua iiiuuu umj l
ijuiu me ucieiiuum u iuubcuuuuii ui
the other ono failed, besides which the
main witness had left the Territory
without having been subpoenaed.
The cases of William Ester, murder
and assault with intent (o murder, also
two charges of burglary against Kalu-1
. w"0 conunucu for tne lerin 10 ,
nn, were continued
UIIUIL IIIC 111.1 1DIU1I UL 1.11; UUIIILIIIU .
await the decision
or me auprcmo ,
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from the calendar.
I Manuel M. Tcxei'a, nuisance, was Im
properly on tho calendar, as no nppeal
had been mndo from the District Court
and ho had paid his fine there. things thut go such a great way towanl
James Ward's sentence for larceny making people enjoy themselves,
second degree had been suspended, The lodge room, where the exercises
abiding his good behavior. Nothing I of the evening took place, was Illicit to
bad had been reported against him and overflowing when nt about 8:13 o'clock,
on motion of Mr. Cathcart the caso was Frederick Whitney, the Worshipful
stricken from the calendar. Master of Hawaiian Lodge, urosc to
Jose Rodriguez was arraigned on In-1 make his Introductory remarks. Scat
dlctmcnt for larceny second degree. I ed with him on a raited -platform
Through a Spanish interpreter he amidst a gulden of pulms nnd other
pleaded not guilty and his trial wns set glowing tropical plants were: Judge
for 10 o clock tomorrow at the request
of his counsel, 1". M. Watson, v
Territory vs. J. W, Hall, rape, was
peremptorily set for Tuesilay, May 27.
I Territory vs. Leo Kim, larceny sec
ond dcgice. was stilckcii from tho
n Territory vs. Kwong Chlu and
II oo Lcong alius IToo Sh'eon'g, a nolle
prosequi was entered.
I Sam Alapal,-gambling, not appearing
his appeal was dismissed and bond for
feited. J. L. Kuulukoti, attorney fur
defendant, sajs Alnpal wns In tho
' court precincts, and lie will move to
i havo the order i evoked.
I A certificate of death" of defendant
' was filed In the cato of Yuko, attempt
,to rescue prisoner.
An order wus mudo for nn additional
venire of toil Juiors nnd tho following
names wero accordingly drawn: J, W,
1 Akann, C. C. Conradt, E, Henrlques, F.
' J. Church, IM. C, Drown, It. M. Whit
ney Jr., It. II. Hitchcock. C. W. Mac
fnrlanc, J. W, Lloyd and F, P. Mcln-
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TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with AmerlcJri
HVRTLES ARE AT WORK
Tho rowers of tho Myrtle Iloat Club
are now getting together and are pre
paring for tho Regatta Day races on tho
Fourth of July. Last night wag prac
ttially tho first night the Myrtles turn
ed out for work and quite a big naval
demonstration was given In the harbor.
Six boats, namely, three slx-oarrd
barges, two shells and ono pair oar
boat participated, the crews of th
boats counting twenty-eight men alto
gether. The Myrtles" new shell Is on board
the steamer Callfornlan which arrived
today. This will glvo tho Myrtles an
other shell which will be manned with
n crew Immediately. V. V. Harris,
the club captain, Is at present looking
nfter tho crews.
The Puliation Preparatory school
band-all team will play n ttam from
the Knnhumanit sthool on tho Maklkl
grounds tomoirow nfternoon nt 3
u'l-lock. Tho llnc-up of the Puliation
Preparatory team Is ns follows: A.
Kwal, c; P. Sang, p.; Tat Chen, lb.:
Kin Took. 2b.: Ho Sin. 3b.: lllrhaid
Cller, cf.. nnd It. Jordan, if. Substi
tutes. V. llostlne, John Conradt, 0.
Wilcox, A. Schelack und Moses Ahccn.
hftfj ns fx Pa m I"- P rmTwi pa ra ns r r rs ru Mi Pa pa m pb a m ra m pa r M r Pjjt rx pjs p pjs
Hawaiian Lodge Completes
Frederick Whitney, Master.
Albert Jones Derby, Senior Warden.
Abraham Lewis Jr., Junior Warden.
Robert Catton, Treasurer.
John A. Hatslnger, P.M., Secretary.
Alex. Mackintosh, P.M., Chaplain.
William White, Marshal.
Jacob Lando, Senior Deacon.
Mirston Campbell, Junior Dejcof..
Julius W. 8choenlng, Sr. Steward.
Wm. A. A. Naylor, Junior Steward.
Joshua Daniel Tucker, Tyler.
William Fessenden Allen, P.M.
Frederick August Schaefer.
Edward Irwin Spalding, P.M.
John Harris Soper, P.M.
Archibald Scott Cleghorn.
W. F. Allen, P.M., Chairman.
J. H. Soper, P.M. '
Andrew Brown, P.M.
A. S. Cleghorn,
F. A. Schaefer.
The fiftieth nnnlvcrsaty of llnwa
1 llan Lodce. No. 21. b & A. M
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celebrated In the Masonic Tcmnle lust
taste and reflected great credit on
Joshua D. Tucker, the Tyler, who
finds himself right In his elemeut when
! it is a mutter of doing those Hit In
Moirls M. Kstee, Past Grand Master of
tho Grand Lodge of California; D. Os
car White, Master of Lodge Pacific,
Wallace It. Farrlngton, Moster of
Lodge le Progres .and the following
past masters ot Hawaiian Lodge; W, F.
Allen, J. A. Hasslnger, Itor. Alex.
Mackintosh, J. M. Oat, J. II. Soper, K. I.
Spalding, Joseph" M. Little, M. R.
Grossman, Norman V.. Gcdge, past mas
ters Lodge Pacific, und John Nelll nnd
L. del.. Ward, past musters Lodge le
Senior Warden A. J. Derby sat with
IM. Towse, senior warden of Lodgo lo
Piogies and Clinton J, Hutchina of
Lodge Pacific on either sldo of him.
Junior Warden Abram Lewis Jr.,
with A. W. Neclcy, Junior war
den of le Progies, and 11. J. Gallagher
of Lodge Pacific on cither side of him.
As J. A. Hasslnger was one ot tho
speakers of the evening, his place nt
tno secretary's desk was taken by J.
JJntchelor. At the same table wero tho
press representatives. All the active
otneers of the various lodges wore their
Jewels on tho cout lapels.
Suspended from the center of tho
room nnd held by cords of red, white
ami blue, wns a banner bearing the
figures "f8G2-1002" with n squaro and
compass between. Above wns tho All
Seeing Rye. Theie were 273 seats In
tho mom and everyone wus taken,
while many stood throughout the exer
cises. Nearly one-half of the audience
was made up ot ladles.
ACT OF BANKRUPTS
GIVEN TO A CREDITOR
Three Firms Join in Petition to
Dave Wing Wo Com
pany Declared Bank
rupt. Proceedings In bankruptcy havo been
taken ngalnst the Arm of Wing Wo Co.
by Levi & Co., Washington Mercantllo
Co. and Hawaiian Hard warn Co. They
claim that tho respondent owci them
debts aggregating J873.B3 ard thaTu7i
firm has within four months past com
mitted an act of bankruptcy In allow
ing a creditor, John F. Humburg. to
gain u preference through legal pro
ceedings, In that having obtained
Judgment lie seized nnd removed from
the llrm's place of business nil, or
nearly all, of the personal effects,
goods, wures and chattels of Wing Wo
In railing the meeting tngctlvr
Frederick Whitney, Worshipful Mas
ter, said it wad n source of pride mid
pleasure that he wus (Ailed upon to
I welcome such a vast audience to par
ticipation in tho celebration of the gol
den Jubilee of Hawaiian Lodge. He
spoke briefly of the principles of Prce-
1 masonry nnd then ailed upou Chaplain
Alex. Mackintosh who olffici'.l ,iu pray
er while the audience stood.
' After the prayer came two excellent
selections by the Dillingham Quartet
made up of W. K. and Isaac Dillingham,
C. K. Illstoii and Clifford Kimball.
In the Introduction of W. F. Allen.
tho flrst speaker of the evening. Wor-
shlpful Master Whitney referred to lilm
as the oldest member of Hawaiian and,
twice master of that lodge. Mr. Allen
spoke us follows: ;
Address of Welcome.
Worshipful Matter, lliother .Masons
and Ladles: Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21,
undcr the Jurisdiction of the Uianrt
I Lodge of California. Ficc nnd Accepted
1 Masons, has Invited you to Join them
this evening In lb" celebration of the
ttcnil-ccntennlal "anniversary of tho
founding of their lodge, which occurred
this fifth day of May, A. D. 1802.
It Is one of the strongest character
istics of Masons thut wherever n few
Masons nie, they at once long for n
lodge, and the close fellowship of ths
lougc meetings, mis longing was pur-
ucuiany strung uuy yeuis us1', jn-ti-,
In a foreign land, with u small foreign
population. Influenced by this feeling,
some of the Masons who were In Hono
lulu In the year 1831, desirous of having
a lodge under American Jurisdiction,
Joined In n petition to the Ginnd Lodgo
of California for a charter to organize
u lodge of Mnstcr Masons Iu Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
Thl. nMHInn nl.l-P,l 111" Grand IjiiIm
i .. ..' ..l. . .. il,r ,.a'tlon wo could.
'"".:"',':;' rrMn.r, "nil"
Ing a Grand Lodge In America to grant
u charter to a lodge In a foreign coun
try off the continent After due con -
slderallon by the btsl nnd most talent
ed members of the Grand Lodge, a ills
pensntlon wns granted to open nnd
organize a lodge In Honolulu, nnd four
x I. tl.u ll.ii ! tf'O nKnviia
momi.s m.er. u ,., .-.,., cm......
wo nro one of our parent body'B (illicit
daughters, who now number over thico
At tho third annual communication
of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge
of California, held In the Masonic hall
In tho city of Sn Francisco, commenc
ing May 4, 1852, nnd terminating May
8, 1S52, the Deputy Grand Master In
his report said "On the twelfth of Jnn-1
uury, 1832, I received an application '
from thirteen brethren located at Ho
nolulu, Sandwich Islands, soliciting a
dispensation to open a lodge nt that
place, accompanying which was a let
ter from the honorablo Secretary of
State of thut government, a well known
brother, and highly recommendatory ot
the petitioners. Tho proper rerom-!
nmnJiilmi f A ,,M,IH, It vl II f- (lift. nPtlHnill
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being regular. I granted n dlsponsa
Hon to cnublo the aforesuld brethren
to open n lodgo nt Honolulu under tho
tltlo of Hawaiian Lodge. I cheerfully
recommend that a charter bo granted
them ut this session, ns evidence la
given thut they nre 'bright lights' In
the midst of durkness."
At tho meeting held Mny 8. 1852. the
Grand Muster announced "that char
ters hod been ordered nt this communi
cation for six lodges, among them one
DENVER " ED'S Plffi
When the Klnau leaves for llllo this
afternoon she will have on board "Den
ver Ed" Smith who goes to show the
Inhabitants of the Crescent City Just
how he handles his gloved lists, lis
will meet Ilrown, tho "Kalwlkl Olant"
there, "Yes," said "Denver" this
morning, I am going to llllo this after
noon. I shall probably tako with mo
as n trainer, Mr. Helmer, who for tho
past three cars lias been head car
penter for 8am l'arker.
"I expect that the 'go' will take plaro
on the 17th of this month. While tho
contest may only bo n six-round ono,
hope that we can nrrango for n ten or
fifteen round 'go", providing tho author
ities have no objections. On the 31st
t this month I hope to meet Gordon,
tho Camp McKlnley man. Wo havo
talked of having a ten round 'go' but
1 would Just as leave have It twenty
rounds. I am nlso expecting to meet
lllllv Wnnil nml nm trilnir In nrr.lliirn
for n meet on the evening of the 11th
of June rices.'
There weie only n few cases disposed
of In tho Police Court this forenoon
The list of gambling cases which was
left over from yesterday, wns not
touched. The remaining cases are on
In the Police Court this nfternoon.
for Hawaiian Lodge. No 21," and at
the fourth annual communication, In
May, 1S13, the Grand Master reportel
that he had Issued a dispensation to
11. C. Wylllc, Past Master, to Install
Hawaiian Lodge November 21, 1832,"
nnd In tho reports of this communica
tion of our Grand Lodge, Hawaiian
No. 21 appears for the first time, with
list of oflccrs and members, number
ing twenty-eight, nono of whom aro
Our lodge was for the flrst time rep
resented nt the fifth annual comtnunl-
I cation. Mny, 1854, by tho Grand Secre
tary, Levi Stowell, since which time
i wo have had n representative at nil an
nual meetings of the Grand Lodge,
In consideration of our being so far
from homo, our parent Ornnd Lodge
has shown us great consideration, for
I several years remitting our Grand
an(, frcc,y B,vn. u (,.
vlco In our work,
i sinro the dato of Its charter. Hnwa-
an i-0,iK t,- ueen nn nctvc rKlng
lodge, tins always stood for good cltl
zcnshlp, nnd has always Joined In nil
progress that would advance the best1
Interests of the community.
We huve numbered among our mem
bers government officers from the sov
ereign down, men prominent in all tho
professions. Including the clergy, and i
our roster has always homo the names
of the most prominent merchants and
, niAC,ianC8 Ul0 Islands,
Situated as we are, In tho midst of
the Pacific ocean, wo have had many
culls on our charity, In assisting un
fortunate brothers, thut lodges on the
mainland do not have, and I can say
without boasting, that we huvo always
responded to those calls by helping the
unfortunate and In rases of death,
burying tho brother, and writing tho
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!...-.. kH1nllt,A nllfiltrf tifttnl minanlfl.
That our material prosperity has In-
creased with our age anil numbers,
this temple that wo have built amply
Fearful of trenching on our historian.
who follows mc, I shall closo by refer
ring all bl other Masons to the ago ot
our Order, and emphasizing tho fact
that an order which has existed sn
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ed on good Christian principles, or It
would not havo withstood the opposi
tion nnd enmity which the Order has
hint to contend with In former times, so
I charge you, brother Masons, never
to forget that each ono of us Iiob the
Individual duty of keeping tho reputa
tion of our Order up to Its present high
After a beautiful rendition of
"Spring Time by Mrs. J. T. McDonald
with violin accompaniment by J. 11.
Amine und piano by Miss A. M. Whit
ney, enmo the historical address of
John A. Hasslnger, who waB Introduc
ed ns tho second oldest member ot Ha
waiian and alfo twice muster of Unit
Past Master Hasslnger.
Iluot -.Tnaln- Inlm A llnuoliinrr
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opened ins nuurcss wiiu an iiueri'suug
uketch of tho town of Honolulu lu tho
enrly days. Dealing specifically with
Masonry, he continued.
When In 1812, tho government of.
these Islands deemed It urgently neces
sary to send commissioners to tho
United States and Huroro, to plead for
recognition of their Independence and
piotettlon from foriien agents nnd
(fVlit'ni.cil on I a,";e 1 )
MR. ISAAC S. TAYLOR.
Mr. Taylor, ns director general of construction mid maintenance, will lie
very busy during the next two yenrs arranging for the housing of tht Louis
iana Purchase exposition, which Is to be held In St IaiuIs. Mr. Taylor hs
been for scleral years one of the Mound City's lending architects.
There has been n change In the bnse.
ball program for Saturday afternoon,
Tho flrst game wns to have been be
tween the Custom House and Malic-
I llinia tennis, but the former liavu noti
fied the leaguo that It cannot play on
thai day. ns some of IU strongest men
will be Included in the companies to
tnke part In the prlio drill Bet for tho
R.une ilny. Theso men nre Gorman,
Monro nnd Dowers. Ulston has nn en
gagement to play tennis In the coming
It was thought by the Custom House
ir.anngenicnt that their team would
have to surrender tho gnme, allowing
It to go by default to the Malte-lllma
tcr.ni. but the latter do not desire to
1 avo things go that wny, and so hnve
made arrangements by which the
rtlllery team will play with them on
Saturday, the Custom House taking
ll.e place of the latter In tho game ol
the 24th Inst.
The second gnmo of noxt Saturday
will he between tho Honolulu Athletic
nnd Punnhou Athletic Clubs and
should prove a very clone contest.
JIT THE 0H1
At the Orphcum tonlg7i1, the Kile
fouls will appear in a typical New
York llowery comedy melodrama en
titled "Now York Day by Day." The
I lay abounds In comedy. The parts
of Itaggs, a bootblack, Vupps, a Ban
sage peddler, played by" Albert Watson
tm! Dennis Fogarty, nn Irish police
man, assumed by Tom Dates, furnish
the fun of the play, which Is fast and
furious. There aro numerous sensa
tional scenes nnd pleasing specialties.
The bamo play tomorrow night; Thurs
da and Friday, "Dr. Jckyll and Mr.
Hyde"; and Saturdny matinee and
n'ght, "A Nutmeg Match," produced
with special scenery and effects.
Gomes & McTlghe, the liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to any part ot the
city free. Tel. Main 140.
! For the man
IO7 I'OitT 8THEET.
Will Do Nothing Radical
Until He Returns
NATIVES NOW INCLINE
TOWARDS THE DEMOCRATS
Wilcoi Dad No Conference With
About Primaries and Other
Tho status of the Home Ilule party
hero at tho present tlmo Is not ns well
defined as many of its staunchest
members would like to seo It. However,
one thing Is certain there is a dcflnlta
plan to reorganize the party on a new
basis and both old and young members
nnd all elements are In favor of tho
plan. In order to learn Just what tin)
party Intends to do, u very prominent
Hawaiian member of the party was
seen today and this Is what he had tu
"We urc all waiting for tho return ot
Dclegntc Wilcox from Washington for
upon him depends the whole conduct
of tho party. The natives place Im
plicit confidence In him nnd will not
take any radical steps until they hava
heard what ho has to say.
"Yes I have heard on all sides tin
proposition that It Is Bald Wilcox will
favor upon his return home to Hono
lulu, that of changing tho name of tho
Home rtulc Republican party by drop
ping oft the first two words, thus mak
ing us Republicans out and out. I wilt
nut say whether I approve of such a
(Continued on page 8.)
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