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SUNDAY nULLKTIN. HONOLULU. It. T. SUNDAY JfNK 20. 1902
New McKinley Postal Card Now On Sale In the States
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS
HAVE BEEN PRINTED.
TWO DIES THAT HAD
TO BE REJECTED.
FACE ON NEW SERIES.
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WEAR CLUB COLORS
COMING BOAT RACES
The lady adherents of Ino boat chilis
cnnnot participate In tlio coming races
but can Inspire enthusiasm by being
attired In their favorite club colors.
Have you seen the display of hand
some materials In our windows? Here
we mention a few of them:
Wile and White.
30 in. 20c a Yard
Blue and White.
29 In. 20c a Yard
28 In, 30c a Yard
Blue and White.
31 In, 15c a Yard
POLKA DOT DIMITY
Blue anil White.
30 In, 15c a Yard
Blue and White.
32 In. 25c a Yard
Bluo with white dots. Solid
blue with lace stripes.
HEALANI HATS AND
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
f JUST RECEIVED
Fels Naphtha Soap
Wastes Clothes Without Rubbing
Removes All Grease and Paint Stains,
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
.ANGLO-AMERICAN POLOISTS WIN.
Berlin, June 19. The Anglo-American
polo team, composed ofW. A.
Hazaid, captain; Low! Harrington, II.
S. Bobson and B. J. Collier, played a
brilliant game of polo at Hamburg yes
terday. They defeated the Hamburg
team by 9 goals to 1.
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NAVY Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, BROOKLYN. GIFT OF HELEN
The new naval Young Men's Christian association building nt tho navj
ynrd gate In Sands street. Itrnoklyn, Is the gift of Miss Helen M. Gould.
Costing $100.( KM), It Ib one of the finest Young Men's Christian association
buildings In the country nnd the lluest association building for the eiclushe
use of Bailors In the world.
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lied and White.
30 In, 6 Yards (or $1,00
Bed and White.
311 In IKn a Yarn
DOTTED SWISS S
28 In. 30c a Yard
28 In, 30c a Yard
30 In, 30c a Yard
32 In,. 35c a Yard
Beil with white dots. Solid
red with lace stripes.
MYRTLE HATS AND
Budapest's postmaster has Invented
nn apparatus by which It Is possible to
send nnd recclvo wireless telephone
messages nt stations four miles apart.
Women teachers In Prussian schools
get besides freo dwelling, pnly $175 a
jear to begin with. This Is raised to
I $390 after tl'lrty-ono years of Bcrvice.
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Washington, D. C, June 14. Prob
ably somo time next week the new
postal card, to be officially known its
tho "McKinley" card, bearing the por
trait of the late President, will bo on
sale. Hundreds of thousands of them
have already been printed.
The first stamp In the new series or
dered by tho department tho new da
nomination, thirteen cents having at
Its central plcturo the photograph of
former President Harrison, will follow
a little later.
Woman has broken away barriers
nnd Induced tho Postofflce Department
to put Martha Washington's face en
the now scries of eight cent postago
stomps, which will make their appear
unco next fall.
Besides these three changes In tho
postal Issues, several others are to
take place soon. One additional
change nlrendy determined upon li
that Commodore Perry, whose face
adorned the ninety cent stamp from factory that tho lines In tho engraving I use a five and an eight cent stamp. ithe new series a special request was
1870 to 1891 and the one dollar stamp were so lino nnd the shading was so TIo portrait of General Harrison, so. , mndo that the new set should Incor
from 1894 to the present date, will bo 'delicate that satisfactory work could lorted by Mrs. Harrison, represents I'urate the best Ideas,
superseded upon the ono dollar denom- not bo obtained from tho plates fuptho late President nt his best. 1I! Washington's Face Predominates.
(nation by Admiral Farragut.
Tho Postofflce Department Is con-
tcmplatlng n general change In tlm
present Issue of stamps, which havn
been In use for twelvo years, a perhd
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Minneapolis, June 2.
Indications nolnt to a ro-
Sugar Fight nuwnl 0r tho bitter fight
In Sight. begun last year between
tho American Sugar llennlng Co. and
the beet sugar factories for tho trade
of tho Middle West. The combine is
sending sugar West nt a low rato and
storing It so ns to bo In a better posi
tion to underbid the beet sugar manu
facturers. At present the combine Is especially
active In the Southwest In what I"
known ns the Missouri river territory.
Nebraska. Colorado and California
licet factories have been making a bid, irobably would. If things bnd not
for this trade. Last year the fight be-jcomo Its way, raise tho price of beets
..nn... m Hoi dint tlm roiiiblno cut fiom farmers to n price nt whlrh our
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the prlco $1.80 per hundred in order 'o ructory could not compete. l.ven ii'tho action nf Attorney General Until
forco the beet sugar men to fill their the trust had let us nlone there would . They mnlntnln that the rates am
contracts with the wholesalers at u have been much uncertainty nbout thci r,t excessive, but that, on the other
The announcement that tho Amerl-
can Co. has shipped 200 acres via thu
gulf and Galveston to the Missouri liv
er nt n low rato shows It Is making
early preparations for tho summer
campaign. Shipping by water and
roll ond Btorlng nt Western points II
a new departure.
The MeAnlng Co. begnn Its campaign
against beet sugar In both tho North
west nnd Southwest two yenrs ago bj
asking the wholesalers to uso their tti
fluenco In keeping tho beet sugar fac
tories out of the refining business. Tho
proposition was made to have the beet
concerns manufacture only rnw sugar
It was pointed out that if the Amor
lean Co. controlled the refined output,
the sugar market would not be demor
nllzcd and the wholesalers would malm
n sure, nlthoiigh small, profit. Instead
of being forced tn do business at a
loss, as might bo the enso should tha
beet product become nn Important fac
tor and demoralize tho market. The
beet men of the Middle West declined
to quit refining.
Last year when the light on tho Mis
sourl river was begun tho NorthwesJ
wns excluded to somo extent. It ll be
Moved by men well Informed on sugat
traffic that tho combine will adopt the
same tactics In the Northwest It Is us
Ing In the Southwest.
Instend ot shipping nil rnll It maj
seek a cbenper routo by luo Lakes and
storo a largo quantity In tho North
west to meet successfully tho beol
product's competition In tho fnll
months. Although beet sugar cuts on
ly n small flgnro In Northwest con
sumption, tho comblno Is anxious to
hold It down nnd nt the Bamo tlrao
head off nny now factories.
licet sugar men say that they have
proof that the American Refining Co
does not control n slnglo beet sugai
rnctory In tho United Stntes, In splto
of reports to tho contrary. Its repre
sentatives bought a minority interest
In ono factory In the Saginaw Valley,
Michigan, to obtain Insldo Information
on tho Industry, but their operation
linve extended no further.
.... Salt Lake, Juno 4,
ouuar ru Wm,0Vl,r 01ln0ns may
Buying Up ,mve ox9tcll ai)0llt t10 8ll
Beet Sugar. ar combine trying to con
trol the beet sugar making Industry In
Utah and Colurndo ond other States
t.u-y will bo intlucnccd somnwhit
when men familiar with tllo situation
nr beard to express themselves, na
David Kvans did nrtcr his return from
Greeley, Col., where ho went a fow
das ago to attend the nnniml meet
ing of tho shareholders of tho Greeley
At this meeting T. It. Cutler, mann
ger of tho Utah Sugar Co, resigned the
presidency of tho Gieeley Co. and C
S Morey, n wealthy wholesale grocer
of Denver, succeeded him.
"There Is nn use disguising tho fact
that the Sugnr trust has got us," said
Mr Kvnns. "Wo nro compelled to sell
out to the Havcmeycr Interests or sul
for tho consequences. That Is, tho
trust submitted tho ultimatum that wo
nust aecopt $125 n sbaro for half nl
our Btoeli. bo tho cane sugar Interests
would hnvo equal say with us. All pi
tlo principal shareholders agreed ta
tiilr, nnd nn opportunity will bo given
tn the smnllcr holders to como In nt
ll.e snnio figure
"At first I was against Belling out
but when I learned tho situation I
yielded. I was Informed by uuques-
somewhat longer than tho ordinary
i..o of a stamp.
McKinley Plates Defective.
It was announced last fall that the
McKinley postal card would be on sale
about January 1. Tho dcslgne was com-1
plcted and the die engraved nnd np-
proved In ample time. Hlccliotypes
wcer made and put upon the presses'
and the work commenced. Samples of
tho printing were submitted to the ,
department, but they wcro so unsntls-
factory that an order was given to
siisnend oneratlons pending an Inves-
Major J. It. Bccve,
chief of tho
stamp division, was sent to the fnctory
In Maine, where spruce trees pass in
at ono cntranco and cmcrgo In tha
form of completed postal cards at tho
other, to asecitaln the causo of the 'n
It was asserted by tho cxpcrtB at tho
On the other hnnd. the bureau off I
clals d-v'arcd Hint tho plates wvrc pep
feet, that they were Identical with
plntcs previously furnished, that tho
THE BUSINESS WORLD
Honed authority that Mr. Cutler was In
New York consulting with Mr llnvc
mo er, nnd while our meeting was .n
session n telegram was received from
Mr. Cutler, telling what tho ultimatum
was, to sell half tho stock at $23 nbovo
par. You aro probably not aware tn.i
Havcmejcr controls the Raton fac
tory, which Is eight miles north of the
Greeley factory, nnd he had bought
10D acres for n fnctory sight nlongsldn
ours, and Intended building n factory
"The Raton fnctoiy Is pnvlng ." n
ton for beets, and the trust could, and
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"Mr. Havcmeycr. the recognized
bead of tho trust. haH become Interest
ttl In the beet sugnr industry. Prosl
dent Morey Informed me that ho had
recently had a talk with Mr. Havcmey
er and that Havcmeycr Informed him
that formerly he paid but little attcn
tlnn to tho beet factories, but he wns
forced to the conclusion that tho In
dustry was making such rapid strides
that the cane sugnr interests must
give the now and fast growing rival so
As told to mo by President Morey,
Mr. Havcmcycr'H purpose tn becoming
Interested In the beet factories was :n
regulate tho prlco of both kinds of su
gar, to fix the price of beets raised by
the farmers, nnd to pi event tko cane
and beet Interests from cutting each
Speaking of tho agreement to lu
crease thu capital sIock or thu Greelny
Sugar Co. from $500,000 to $i;uo.uOO,
Mr. Kvnns said that by agreement ot
thu shurcholdcis tho Sugar combine
will bo permitted to take the Increased
capital ut par, nnd the stockholders
will yield two (Utile of tho oilglnul
shares, thus making thu Hnvemc)ur
Interests the owucru of half ot tho
"This Is not watered stock," contin
ued Mr. Cvans. "When the Greeley
enterprise wne started n year ago It
was Intended to Tiulld a 700 ton facto
ry, which would cost $000,000, requir
ing tho borrowing or $100,000 to meet
tho cost lu excess of tho capital. All
or tho shareholders nro ablo to taku
tho additional Block Issue, even If tho
trust bad not agreed to tako It, thus
leaving tho property free from debt.
"The fnctory will bo completed lu
August, and Irom tho 70.OUU tons (
beets to bo harvested there ought tu
he prodouccd this season 20,000,000
pounds of sugai. Thu beets planted
by the Greeley farmers nro looking -n
splendid condition, and tho factory run
will bo nn undoubted Biiccess."
Chlcugo, Juno 9. In
surance men nil over thu
Pulled States aro showing
much Interest In tho legal
fight Attorney General Hamlin of Illi
nois bus just begun against what ha
declared to bo an Insurance comblno
lu this State. Tho first shot of the
light has been fired at Ilclluvllle. but
tho theater of war will bo transferred
to Cook county, ns soon ns plans prog
ress to the proper point.
Attorney General Ilnmlln promises
somo Interesting disclosure In con
nection with tho case, nnd while tho
suits will not bo prosecuted under thu
Antl Trust law. passed by tho Oenoral
Assembly several years ogo, tho Attor
ney General believes that be can ac
complish tho dnslieil ends under tlm
common law. Owing to tho character
and location nf thu Insurance conip.i
nles Involved it Is not Improbable that
the I-Vdernl authorities will bo called
upon for assistance Attoiney Gener
nl Hamlin has gnnn to Washington
Just lieforo leaving Chlcngo bo said'
"Evidence wns furnished me by clti
Zens of threo counties Bt Clair, Mad
ison nnd Clinton, In which tho first
suits luuo been startod that an lllcv
gal combination exists tbero. I bavit
Investigated, and find that similar
condition prevail In Chirago, nnd I
will tnl.o steps In tho near future tu
enjoin such proceedings In Cook cnun
ty. After that suits of n similar na-
turo will bo begun lu other sections
trouble was with the poor paper stock,
poor Ink nnd faBt presses, the contrae
for having taken the Job at a figure
compelling him to use a poor grade 1 1
paper and push the presses to ths
Harrison 8tamp Artistic,
Connoisseurs In stamp matters say
hat the new thirteen cent stamp,
bearing Benjamin Harrisons portrait,
tho finished drawing of which has been
completed, will excel In artistic mcril
""d inception of design any preUoiis
.sinnip prouueeu uy u uureuu 01 i.u
graving and Printing.
There will bo practically no demand
.for a stamp of this value for domestic
, use. but for foreign use there Ib i
place for It. Thirteen cents is tint
cost of sending a registered letter
weighing not moro than half an mines
to any country within the postal union.
Heretofore It has been necessary la
i races two thirds rront, nnu tnerc is an i;ver since uncle Ham s postomce
'expression of complete satisfaction began making stomps, in 184 or there-
with Just n suspicion of a smile upon about, the face of Washington has np-
his features The portrait Is Bet In un'penied on one of tin- stamps In overv
mnl slightly smaller than that cnclos-
or the State. Not only the citizen!
who hud heavy dealings with Insur
once companies, but Insurance agents
who bad been thrown out of cmplu)
incut by thu placing ol largo amounts
or business In the hands of one man
protested. Tho rates aro exiesslvo
The combine, has shut olf competition
That Is clearly against tlin siatules
and shall stop It if such a thing u
The Attorney General says that the
Western Union, which controls about
ball the Insurance business In the
State outside of Chicago, is not the
special object ol his attacic.
Pionillient Insurance men of this
city s.iy that they nrc not alarmed li j
hand, they nio gcnernlly too low lu
nlford a fulr pioflt. Thoy declare that
r there Is n combine it does not upor
ato In Chicago, nnd that there Is no
organization In the city that nffcets
competition. They further express
their security by salng thnt even II
such a combination exists It Is not
amenable to the laws of the State.
Charles M. Cartwrlght, editor of the
Western Underwriter, nn Insurance
newspaper, says: "It has long been
understood by Insurance men thnt thu
Illinois lawH ngaliiBt combinations do
not apply to iiisuranee business. The
Siipicmc Court or the United Stntes
has decided that Insurance Is not n
commodity nnd thnt tho Insurance
business Is not commerce; so that An
ll Trust Inws which fall to piovide spe
(Ideally for the Insurance business .it
Is felt, cnnnot nffect tho business
There Is n specific provision in thu
laws of ninny Stntis. but none In tho
stntutes or Illinois."
The bill tiled by Altorno General
Hamlin at ncllcvlllu mnl.es 110 com.
The Now York Commer
cial of June snyH' It
was admitted In sugai
Beet Sugar, trade circles today that
Henry O Havcmeycr ami his asso
dates had pure based Interests In a
large number of beet sugar factories
throughout tho country. In ono quar
ter It was said that American Sugar
Interests hail Invested something be
tween $1,000,000 ami $1,500,000 In va
rlous beet sugar factories, but that
none of the companies had been bought
outright. A sugar producer named
threo companies in .Michigan, n third
Interest lu each of which had been ac
quired by Mr. Havcmeycr and his pow
Arcordlng to It. Pulton Cutting,
Ameilcnn Sugar Iteflulng interestt
have not secured control of tho Amer
ican licet Sugar Co., which In said to
produie as much sugar as all tho oth
er but sugar factories combined.
"So far us the American licet Sugar
Co. Is ccuiiorncd," ho said, "negotla
linns hnc nut been euteied Into by
'the comblno for Its control. It Is not
for bale My holdings would first have
to be acquired before contiol of the
vnmpiii) i mild be secured by outside
Interests I have heard that Amerlcau
Sugar Refining Interests Ifnvo been
puiehiislug stock In outside concerns
engaged In the manufacture of beet su
g'ir. but 1 am not lu n position ty
KpcnU on the subject. Whether Mr
Havemeyer and his friends aro going
Into the beet sugnr business on nn c.
tensive scale is a question that I cau
The stock puichnscs of American
Sugar Itellnlng Interests hnvo been
confined principally to tho Statu of
Michigan but the combine has also no
(lulled considerable In Colorado and
In other sections or tho West.
In Mlchlgnu the Peninsular, Alma
Hay City nnd Sanilac plants pro placed
under the bend or sugar comblno nc
qiilslllous, the West Hay City, Kala
mazoo nnd German-American plant i
ns doiihtlul. nud the Mlchlgnu, Scbe
wnlug Valley. Ilnlliiul, Mncombe. Ma
rlne Detroit, Saginaw and Lanslnq
Regarding the viitrnnre ot tho Amer
lean Sugar defining Co Into tho beet
sugar field u representative of nn Indo
pendent beet sugnr conipnpy said'
"ll Is strange that the Sugar cryn
blno should go into tho beet sugar bus
Ing Washington In the current two (Ion. on a stamp of tow value and gen
cent stamp. .era! use.
The arrangement, balance nnd gen !cnjamln Krnrklln's face has nl
oral effect of the design are such as to'wayg adorned tostage stamps of low
Impress one with tho feeling that this' lll() nllll Img ,,, ,)CCI1 lnmiar la
Is more than n mere postage stamp; lpe0I)0 tt10 SCnd or receive letters ev
that It Is, In fan, a miniature work I',,- .Inc1 184- Presidents other than
New Series Each Decade.
A new series of poatngo stamps Is son. Lincoln, Garfield, Grant, Madlsou
Indulged In by tho department only. and l'alor.
about once In ten or twelve years Of the stamps of higher values tho
that Is, a scries for regular, contltm- eight cent stamp now bears Sherman's
ous. unlimited use and. the present, picture, the ten cent Webster's, tho
having been In uso nearly twelve flltcen cent Clay's, the thirty cent Jcf
5 cars, It has been the nmhltlon of fcrsan's. the fifty cent Jefferson's, tho
Third Asslstnut Postmaster General dollar stamp Perry's, the two dollar
Mnddcn to produce a scries that shall MaTUson's, and the five dollar Map
be superior to anything In that line
offered by any postal department tn
With this end In view when the bit
rcau was tiBked to submit designs for
regular Issue and, with n single excep'
DINNER SERVICE PRESENTED BY CUBANS TO GENERAL WOOD.
A feature tit the recent launching of tho Cuban republic wns the pres
entation to General Leonard Wood of n hnndsomu silver dinner service, the
gift of the Cuban people. The service wns ordered !' cable from Tlffnny
& Co.. New Yoik. It was n rush older. The Cubans wanted tho tlnest
KCt which -V(MX) could piuchnse and wanted It ns quickly as possible.
Within n few hums nrtcr the older was received the set shown above was
Iness at this time. I am flrmly of tha
bollef that the move on the part of
Mr. Havemeyer and his friends Is n
political one, nnd wns started for the
purpose nf Influencing Congress.
"Mr. Hnvcmeycr renllres that the
support of beet sugar people will car
ry great weight with Congress, nnd
nsslst him in Ills efforts to put
through legislation favorable to him
self nnd associates. Ily spending $1.-
ooo.Oimi In purchasing stock In beet su
gar companies he will secure tho in
dorsement of these companies In tho
matter of Cuban reciprocity, which
will nsslst hltn In his efforts to put
through legislation favorable to him
self nud nssoclntes. Ily spending $1.
ino.ooo In purchasing stnc-K In beet
sugnr companies he will secure the in
dorsement of these companies In the
matter nf Cuban reciprocity, which will
assist him In putting through a meas
lire thnt will net him $8,000,000 or $10..
000.000. lu enso of failure ho would
still have his beet sugar stock, which
Is n very good Investment."
II. O. Havemeyer was not In his of
flee today and no ono connected with
tho American Sugar Kenning Co.
wouid speak officially regnrdlng theso
reports. It wbb Intimated liy business
associates, however, that ho had In
vested heavily In beet sugar compa
nies nnd probably controlled n greater
output than all the other Interests
combined with the exception ot tho
American licet Sugar Co.
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HALLIE ERMINIE RIVES AND HER FAVORITE HOUNDS.
This picture shuns Miss Halllo P.nnlnle Rives, the popular novelist, at
her home In Kentucky She Is fontl of outdoor life nnd Is nlwnjs nccoin
lianled on her walks mnl drives by her favorite b nmls Mies Rives' new
novel, "IleiutH Courageous." lias recently come from the press It pioinlsea
tu bo as successful as her previous book, "A l'limnee of llnrlh."
Washington whose faces have appear
ed im tho stamps are Jefiorson. Jnrl
Since 1S61 only two Presidents hava
not been honored by placing their pop
traits upon a postage stamp Johnson
'and Arthur Cleveland, still living, not
In the first entire series. In 1851,
Wnshlngton nppearcd upon all tho de
nominations save two Franklin on
the one cent and Jncksou on the five.
In the 180 rp-Iob Stnnton nppearcd
upon the seven cent. Scott upon thn
twenty-four nnd Hullton upon tho
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SUGAR ON HAWAII.
When the steamer Klnau left Hllo
the following sugar awaited shipment
on Hawaii: Olaa, :8.115; Wnlakcn,
none; Hawaii Mill, 2.'i00; Walnaku.
13.000; Gnomea, 9500; Pepeekeo, 3000;
Ilonomu. 4500, Hakalau, 2000; l'apaa-
loa, 15.000; Ookala. "TOO; Kilkalau,
C000; llumnkiia. 2000: Panuhau. none:
llonokaa. none: Kukiilhnele, none;
Punaluu, 0000; Ilonuapu, 935.
Leaves Republican Party.
Hllo, Juno 7 James Mnttoon. u
candidate Inst year on the Republican
ticket for tho olllce of Ilepresentatlve,
nns written the District Committee, nu-
nouiiclng bis retirement from tho Re
publican party. He charges bis lata
coadjutors with having given him toa
scant support. Tribune.
REBELS BEAT CA3TRO'S FORCES.
London. June 20. From Wlllenistnd.
Island of Curncoa, a correspondent for
tho Dally .Mali cables that the Venez
uelan Insurgents continue to prevail
against the forces of President Castro
nnd that bodies of guerrillas entered Ln
Gu.iyra and killed the leaders Carrleldu
i Korea, as well as China, Is going to
havo her army reorganized, nnd n Ilrlt-
,lsh nfllrer bus ulready arrived in Seoul
fur that purpose.