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For Larceny In the
CALLING OF CALENDAR
JURY WAIVED CASES
A7T0RNEY8 ARE WARNED THAT
CASES WILL BE DISMISSED IF
NOT READY FOR TRIAL
AT TIME SET.
Tao young crooks were brought up
for sentence before Judge. Qcar when
court opened at 9:45 this morning.
Deputy Attorney General Cathcart ap
peuied for the Territory, while the.
prisoners answered tor themselves
through the Porto Rlcnn Interpreter.
Joso Revelra had already this term
beeu sentenced to the maximum of two
yeJrs at hard labor for larceny la the
wound degree, his offense having been
hardly distinguishable from burglary.
Tuu second indictment to which ho
pleaded guilty was for sneak thieving
at night lu the house of S. F. Chilling
worth, attorney. His scntenco was Im
prisonment at hard labor for one year
beginning at the expiration of the for
Ortez, the next culprit, wa3 Indlitc.l
for larceny In the first degice. The
prosecution accepted his plru of guilty
lu ttio second degree, whereupon bo
was sentenced to the maximum. Now
he camo up on a plea of guilty to an
other Indictment for larceny lu tho
second degree for stealing a watch.
The court sentenced him to imprison
ment at hard labor for one ycur -bo-gluntng
at the expiration of tho for
in answer to tho usual question, each
.prisoner had said he had nothing to
say why sentence should not be pro
Judge Ocar proceeded with tho call
ing of Jury-wulved civil cases, saying
this was the only kind of suits that
could be heard the remainder of thU
term and the special terra. On receiv
ing the answer, "Heady," to the firs;
cise. the court stated that any so mark
eJ if not icudy when called for trial
would be dismissed.
Judge itobinson Is heating Ahlo vs.
ICineohc Hnnch Company.
In the Kanrohe Rranch Co. matter,
the temporary injunction against the
company was dissolved, with leave to
plaintiff to make application later for
3 restraining order.
Judge Itobinson, after hearing evi
dence, ordered the filing of briefs In
Magoon vs. Chin Kec Onau ct al., the
case in which the plaintiff claims a
lease was made Inadvertently at an un
duly low figure for the first two years.
Magoon & Lightfoot for plaintiff; P. M.
Brooks for defendants.
After calling the calendar, Judgo
Gear took up the Palawal Development
Co. matter. V. P, C. Ilauon, plain
till, again took the stand.
Judge Gear lined Kaaona $75 with
out costs for larceny In the secoud de
gree, In taking two bags of oats from
the Union Peed Co,
MUST SHAVE HEADS.
Yesterday afternoon, the dispute over
the man who made' the only hit for
. the Kamehnmchas In tho game of Sat
urday last waxed to warm that it was
dually decided to scud a committee to
see Lorrln Andrews, the ofllclal scorer,
and ascertain once for nit who really
did perform the feat, the contesting
sides lu the meantime having decided
to abide by tills official's decision. Tho
committee lctmned to the contesting
hides with the news that I.cmon had
done tho trick lu the ninth Inning. The
icsult of this Is that ns soon as the
season's game arc over Harney Joy
.and Sam Leslie, pitcher and first bate
nan, respectively, for tho II. A. C.
team, will have to shave their head?
clean. Joy will go Into the country to
grow another crop. Leslie Is thinking
or taking another trip to Maul.
Tor baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Hoff6Chlaeger Co., Ltd,
i V JOT"- FRAQRMICC-. -S
IMPERIAL CIGAR STORE
The Japanese steamship Hongkong
Muru arrived In port yesterday from
the Orient. She left Hongkong Au
gust S, via Macao tho Gth, Shanghai the
9th, Nagasaki the 11th, KoLe the 13th
and Yokohama the 16th. She bad ail
uneventful trip with some rough
weather and brought 910 tons of freight
tor this port. In her steerage she had
f9 Japanese and 23 Chinese for Hono
lulu. Among the passengers for Hono
lulu are three Russian families, who
Intend to locate here. Mr. and Mrs.
Weaver will. remain over lu this city.
Mr. Vcayer is the western manager of
the Studebaker Carriage Manufacturing
Company and is returning from an ex
tensive tour of the Orient. On his
way out, Mr. Weaver made quite a long
Among the through passengers arc
t). 0. Patrchlld and Harbour LaUirop,
agricultural experts, who have madi
an extensive tour of tho Orient, Cey
lon, India, etc. J. Pitt Is an Inspector
of the Royal Navy on his way home to
England. I .lout. Plllppo Vnnzlnl of tho
iltcrilan Navy is returning to Italy on
sick leave, he having been wounded In
the neck before Tientsin, at which
'place ha spent sevcial months In tho
hospital. Chan Ying Wah is a promi
nent meichatit of San Prancisco, being
I a member of the advisory board of the
big Six Companies lu that city.
Tho Maru left for Sun Francisco at
8 o'clock this morning,
IN IKE HHUL UN
I Henry E. Htghton, the veteran San
Prancisco attorney, was admitted to
practice in the United States District
Couit this morning.
W. L. Whitney was allowed an at
torney's fee of $73 In tho A. 12. Nichols
bankruptcy case. Referee W. T. Haw
litis was asked It there were any ob
Jectlons. He did not know of any, hut
3ald the assets were only ubout u thou
sand dollars, Judgo Kstee observed
that, there might havo been even less
were It not for the services of the at
torney. As a rule, the court did not
allow attorney's fees In bankruptcy uu
tll the settlement of the estate, but it
the tee lu this case were no paid now
there might be nothing left to iuy It
After adjourning court for the day,
Judge Esteo reminded members of the
I bar and pre.s of tho reception to Hon.
John M. Thurston at the opening of
court tomorrow morning.
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KILL THE SNAKE.
At the meeting of the executive
committee of the Home Rule Repub
lican party held on Thursday, the 21st
Inst., the question of tbo choice of can
didates for the Legislature from this
Island came up for discussion. Kalau
okalanl took tbo tloor very quickly and
Bald that the matter of choosing can
didates should be left to him, as ho
had been given the power to do this
Wonder of wonders! The power of
choosing candidates Is taken out of
the hands of the delegates assembled
In convention and put into his bands.
Verllj, Kalauokalanl, jour highhand
edness is greater than that of Dole.
What good Is to be derived from such
leaders as this? Let us kill the
snake. Ke Alaltal,
A PAPER ASKS QUESTIONS.
In tho Issue of "Ke Alakal," th
luit Kuokoa paper, of yesterday, It
contained tho following with reference
to tho county and municipal govern
ment hills of tho Home Utile party at
the last session of the Legislature:
Wo wish to lay these questions be-
I fore tho "Home Rule":
To whom was Jhc county bill fclven
.before the last Legislature sat?
Where did this bill go wandering
I about until it wa3 finally found by
jKmmoluth In the hands of George
I To whom was the municipality bill
'given for Inttoductlon In the Senate?
' Also, why was this bill not Introduc
ed until the thiiticth du of tho sitting
of the Legislature?
' Weekly edition of the Bulletin, SI a
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 109.
Masonic Temple, with American
At 10:20 this forenoon 'ho citizen
of this city were ngalii atnrtlel by tho
blowiug of tho flr 'v'.tlstla. The seeno ,
of tho conflagration was the American
barkentino Addenda, lylni at the
The alarm was nent In from L) 31
at tho Junction of Kln;i and lleietitula
stiects, Tho flro uavi i's an 1 the po- Ity well down in tho hold, they dlscov
lice started Immedlarel for tho s,euc. 'cred that the stuff aft of them, which
but owing to tho dlntoriee which tho was lying under the main hatch, was
box was from the pile-' of .ho fitr, 'on tire, and the alarm was given,
both departments w ra delayed. Iim- ' Tho chemical engine's hose, manlpu
ratiHo they could not, upon their uriiv-'lati-d by "Spider" Jackson, was tha
al at the box, asiccc'it linn edlalil.v 'first put In action. The covering of
whore the tiro was. tho main hatch was lorn off and tho
Tor some time them has been l.oen stream played In the bags, which nt
but friendly rivalry tictwoon lh. pn-'thln place came close up to the deck,
lice and tho firo department. as to ! Later on several lengths of hose were
which arrives first al Iho scone of a
fire. Tho police won Ilia nee 1 1 lay bv
several minutes. A tew secondi after
the guug wns sounded the horsoi wire
In the harness of the patrol wagon
and Driver Charley !ilt sent his ani
mals flying through tne streets nt a
tremendous rate of $p,,"'l Despite Ihn
fact Hint the streets wi-r rrowloil and
road repairs were going on where he
had to pass, he handk-d the lelns with
The lire department an I veil on tho
wharf a few minutes liter hiving dUo
made splendid time. Upon t:m cult ul
of the police tho rail-veil fire englno
was already on the spr. an 1 the men
IiiihII) engaged In coupllnc. the li-ngthu
of hose together.
On the deck of tho scnooner all
was confusion. Stevedore und sailors
-.vere busy with tho hatches, from
which clouds of grayish smoke wcro
The fire was in the cargo of salt-
oooooo o o c
KONA IaRMLVi US
TO BE OPENED FOR
COMMISSIONER BOYD HA3 AGOOD
OPINION OF THE TRACT AFT
ER A PERSONAL IN
SPECTION. IM ward S. Hcyd, Commissioner of
Public Lands, returned to town in tho
steamer W. G. Hall tills morning. Ho
went to South Kona especially to ln-jactcr, gradually rising from the elevn
spect the I'apa-alll.a lands, which aro jtlon of flOO to that of 2.100 feet. Olelo
proposed to bo opened up for settle.
ment by American farmers expected
toon to come out to the Islands,
Prunz lluchholtz, who has mado a
success of miscellaneous farming In
HOT BASEBALL GAME ON MAUI
Walluku, Aug. 23. The game be
tween the Morning Stars and Maul
Alerts at Wells' Park jeeterday after
noon was won by tho former by a scorn
of IS to 9, but L. H. Crook, captain of
the Maul Alerts, will enter a protest to
set aside the game.
This being tho last game of the sea
ton slnco tho PuuneneB havo with
drawn thoir team from tho league, an
unusual amount of interest was center
ed In tho contest. It was nlso tho de
ciding gamo for tho Stars to win (ho
sliver cup tiophy put up by the league
for Iho champion team of the year
Had tho, Staru lost, It would have
given the Wnlknpus a chanco to play
for the championship,
Tho Stars placed on tho diamond Its
regular players Elnco tbo opening of
tho season, while tho Alerts went to
bat with a team composed of six se
lected from tho J'uuncne, team whkli
had withdrawn from tho league. Crook,
Uouti' and Schracder wero tho only old
members of tho Maul iMcrts. Of course
the other six are also members of the
leaguo and they can Join any team they
plruso provided they nro accepted.
Dixon of tho Puuncnes, popularly
known ns "Red" pitched for the Alerts
while Jackson twirled for Ihn Stan.
At tho rtart. Jnekson was batted all
over the Kohl, tho Alerts scoring four
runs In tho find Inning nnd three In
tho Fciond. At tho end of the second
Inning tho Alerts wero rnm- nheud and
great hopes weio enlertalnul of their
li r nt in- tbo StniB. The meters of the
I M..iN uiudii Wells' Park resound with
I vo. 1 fei 011s 1 heira.
In fie third inning, howover, Jack-
nm lega'ned hla old time good form
'nnd ho nllnwed tho Aleils to mokn hut
I two runs during thq ret of the game.
J Tho Alerts played a pretty fair gamo
peter, of which the Addenlu Drought
a full toad from Iqulque, Chile last
week. Her hold waB tilled with bazs
.containing this material,
The stevedores had been working at
'taking tho saltpeter out of the fore-
Batch dining the morning. At about
10:15, Just when thny had gotten pret-
brought up and put to work In both
tho fore and main hatches.
Chief Thuiston was on the deck and
directed tho work. Despite the dis
tance which etho wharf is from the
center of tha city, an Immense crowd
congregated In a very short time, hut
tuu polloo, under Deputy Sheriff Chll
llngworth, had the people well iu
Iuthomld8totthoronfii8lonthetugipnrk fronl lnp donkey engine which
Pearlers suddenly steamed up. She
curries a great deal of hose and has
such powerful pumps that she Is an
excellent firo-flghter. Some one cut
tha stem line which held the Addenda
to tho wharf to give the Peatless room
to get alongside, the consequence lin
ing that the vessel swung quite a ol(
out from the whnrf. hampering the
firemen to some extent.
I The tug, however, was skilfully
manipulated by Captain Olsen and wa
I soon on the starboard side of the Ad
denda. Her master Immediately bad
Komi, wbb the piomoter of this Imnil
grntlon bcheme ftom which great re
sults arc anticipated. There will bo
about half a dozen applicants for
larms In the first Instance.
Commissioner Iloyd describes the
land us pastorul nt present. It is heav
ily forested in parts, No surface wa
ter uppears, but Mr. Iloyd Is of opinion
the essential element may bo struck
by piospectlng. either in tunnels or
Ifores, or both. There In a precipita
tion In the watershed of the lands
Which ought to ensure the exlstenco of
gubterrunean reservoirs. Part of the
problem Is to find the ancient streams
that were burled by lava flows. So
porous are the tipper strata that wa
ter on fulling sinks Immediately ipto
Tho topography Is of rolling char
moana Is tho nearest village to the
tract, while Its most convenient sea-
obard land'ng Is Iloopuloa.
There Is an area of 8,000 acres in
tbo I'apa-allku tract. The method of
but It could be plainly seen that they
wero In every way outclassed by tha
Stars. Dixon pitched a pretty fair
game, striking out many but be was
not suppotted in the Held. Of the IS
errois to the ctedlt of the Alerts, seven
were made by lioote at shortstop.
Tho umpires were Capt. C. II. Cot
trcll and T. M. Church, ofllclal um
pires, and yesterday's game was the
first tlmo their decisions have been
called lu question.. Captain L. R.
Crok having filed a formal piotest with
I.. M. Ilaldwln, president ol the Maul
Athletic Association. '.Mr. Crook has
nominated .las. I. Coke to he one of
the hoard of nrliltiiiiora, and Captain
dun la will haw to nominate one to
rcprcticnt the Stat while the to thus
nominated will seleit the third. They
will form a sou of a superior court in
athletic mutters and their decision will
bo only reviewable by the National
Tho line-up was as follows:
.Morning Stais A. OiiRla, ss.; J.
Garcia, 2b, (captain); A. Jackson, p.;
T. Plckard. lb.; K. Smith, 3b.; Ned
Krugcr, cf.: Meyer, rfj; J. Hoss. If.;
T. Kruger, c.
Alerts McKlnuey. c; ' Correll, 2b.;
Crook, lf sa.. icuptuln); Walsh, lb.;
Dixon, p.; Iloote, ss If.; Schraedcr,
3b.; Prophet, cf.: Keelan, rf.
SCOIti: I1Y INNINOS.
1 3 S 4 S 0 7 8 9
.Morning Stars 2 1 3 .1 1 0 I 013
Alerts 430002 i) 0 0 9
Following Is the protest filed:
Wnlluku. Muul, Aug 2.ri, 1902.
To L. M. Jlullwln 1'icsliluit of Maui
Mi'. President In good faith nnd 011
behalf of thu M.ini Alerts, I herewith
formally protest Hie regular scheduled
gumn lietvveen tho Morning Stars nnd
tho Maui AJeris, played under Hit)
league schedule of the Maul Athletic
his men aboard the barkentlne with
their hose but they met with an unex
pected set-back in the shape of Chief
Thurston who ordered the men back
with the hose.
Captain Olsen boarded the Addenda
and InsUtcd to the chief that h be al
lowed to assist. The dispute waxed
very warm until the police Anally had
to step In. whereupon the flremet.
bundled the Fearless' hose back on tht
Chief Thunton states that his reason
for not allowing the Inrles to assist
was that the Flro Department had thi
fire under control and could manage
It without the aid of any private con
cern which would charge the vessel's
owners for the services rendered by
When the worst of the tiro had been
put out. the stevedores began packing
out the fertilizer from the top of the
hatches to enable the firemen to get at
the flro below and after about three
quarters of an hour the danger wai
The fire It supposed by the olnceM
of tne vessel to have started from a
was employed In discharging the sacks
fiom the fore hatch.
It Is nut yet knowu how much th.i
cargo of the Addenda was damaged
Very little harm was done by the fire
but the water which was poured on tho
saltpeter will iIIhioIvc large amounts
which will thus be wasted The stuff
that remains will be put In such shape
by the water that It wilt be hard to
handle but its actual value as fertlllzei
will not otherwise depreciate.
The cargo was Insured by a company
in San Prancisco.
o o OOOOO
its disposal In deslrahlo iIzcm of farms
to the prospective settlers Is yet to be
decided. Probably It will be right of
purchase leuses for twenty-one year.
inese make It feasible for the lessees
to obtain fee simple titles nt the end
of three yeRrs If 25 per cent of tho al
lotment In each case has been brought
A petition In Involuntary bankruptcy
was filed today against Tan Wo. a
storekeeper at Hanapepe. The peti
tioners and their respective claims aro
as follows: Von Hamra-Young Co.,
Ltd., $371.18; II. Hackfcld & Co., Ltd,,
$133.24; L. II. Kerr & Co.. Ltd., $110.5.
It Is alleged that within four months
of tho filing of the petition the respon
dent commltteed an act of bankruptcy
In mnklng a general assignment for
tho benefit of his creditors to John D,
Wlllard of I.lhue. Deputy Marshal
Handy goes to Kauai tonight to raho
possession of the store.
Association at Wells' Park, Sunday
Aug, 24, 1902, on the following
1. That the umpire after having
tailed u strike on the batsman reversed
his decision after tho said lutBinan
claimed It to be a foul tip; the same
being (ontrury to the rules and regula
tions und resulting In the scoring of
nn extra nin on the part of ttie Morn
2. That after a fair bull having been
declared by the umpire on. balls and
jstilkes. the batsman was dei lared out
by the umpire nn balls and strikes, the
, batsman was declared out by the um-
jplie on bases for a foul strike.
I 3. That the umpire on hawe exceed
ed bis authority und JurlsdUtlon in
calling the batsman out on 11 foul
4. That b this action of the umpire
on luted the score of the Maul Alerts
'wus materially affected.
5. That ut no time did the iimplio of
bullx und strikes declare thu butter out,
and ho was only rekired by the umpire
on bases lifter having been Instructed
by his captain to hold bis base.
Wherefore, I would ask that a board
of nppculs as provided In Art. XI, Sec.
1, be commissioned to net. nnd In con
formity wltli Ait XII. S'lc. 1, 1 name
Mr. Jus. L. Coke as the member of the
touil of appeals, selected by me,
In making this piategt i would M
that 1 do not desire to question the I11
tegrlt) or actions of the uiuplies. but
thoir Intel pi etai on of the rules I do.
1 (Signed.) I. R. CROOK.
Captain Maul Alerts
The standing of the teams In tin-
.Muul league Is j follows.
T W. L. Pet
Morning Stau . . 0 S 1 ,S33
Wdlkapus 4 2 2 .600
Maul Alerts 4 0 4 .000
II lADi Mil
All arrangements for the ladies' re
ception at the Officers' Club this even
ing have been made and the committee
In charge promises that all kinds of a
good time will be hail by every one w ho
In tirrtent. The band will he nref-nt
and a quintet club will play in be
tween times so that there will be a con
tinual flow of music.
The hall has been very prettily der
orated with flags and hunting and
there will be plenty of flowers and
greens around tonight when the ladles
get there. In fact, everything possible
Is being done by the committee to make
the event an enjoyable one-tor the la
dle. Some playing off of matches was
done yesterday afternoon and evening
and some of the very bett players will
be put on tonight In order that the
ladles may have a chance to see some
After the ping pong matches there
will bo dancing to music by the quin
tet club. All members of the club have
been notified that they will not be re
stricted to one lady apiece but may
take us many as they please. It Is also
requested by the committee that alt
those who have played In the present
ping pong tournament and have not
yet received cards, may secure the
same by calling on II. R. I'lcker.
The matches set for this afternoon
are us follows: George Wnterhouse vs.
P. II. Armstrong; i:. Waterman vs. II.
Wilder; Lieut. Davis vs. A. J. Ulack
man Wilder match and S. H. Derby
the winner of the Watcrhouse-Arm-strong
News comes from Kauai that.
In a very short space of time,
Oriental firms have failed Jhero and
havo been closed up. The largest of
these Is Tan Wo of Hnnapcpc, who hai
been living on Kauai and conducting .1
dry goods business for the past fifteen
years. He is a very well known China
man, is Interested In the rice planting
business on tho Garden Isle and, until
tecently, was supposed to be In ex
cellent clrcumstnnces financially,
A short time ago Tan Wo was sued
by a Portuguese for the lecuvery of
certain money alleged to be due htm
and a Judgment of $300 was rendered
In favor of the plaintiff.
This was the beginning of his fall
and on Friday last Tan Wo was closed
up. On Investigating the affairs of the
store, it was found that tho liabilities
were about $1000 and the assets $1000
so that some of the wholesale houses in
the city are In for losses.
Kong Kec of Klcele has also failed.
His liabilities are about $1000 while hi
assets amount to about J1T.0.
Murata of Kckaha Is the only Japan
ese failure reported. The total amount
of liabilities has not yet been learned
although it Is known to be very large.
TODAY'S LOCAL TEAM.
Deputy Sheriff Chlllingworth Is hav
ing a hard time getting up a team to
play against the transport team this
afternoon. Nearly all of Iho boys of
tho regular II. A. C. team are busy
and will be unable to get off. This has
1 11tvv03.1i) mi- .ur, v,iiiiiiuk-
wortli to get together what players he
can fii that the local team this after
noon will be very much mixed up.
Nigel Jackson may pitch. Mr. Chlll
ingworth himself will be one of the
members of the tram and John Wise
will also bo one of the bat wlelders. II
refused to eat luncheon at the noon
hour In order to be better able to run.
Willi tho aggicgatlon of unpractlceit
players that will be put on tho diamond
today, tho soldiers might possibly win
but they certainly could not do so
against any of the regularly organized
leans of the league although they still
seem to feel confident that they can
defeat any aggregation the Terrltorv
has to offer.
Fine Job printing at the Bulletin
School opens soon nnd we want to
sell every boy Hint girl In Honolulu a
pair of strong, comfortable school
shoes. Wo've got tho bhoes to do It.
A school shoe must he strong, to h'and hard wear, and it must fit per
fectly, fo as not to Injure tho growing feet These qualities aro combin
ed with low pikes at our store.
Boys' Velours Calf School Shoe
Luce, In nil hIzch from II to 5
SIZES, II lo 2, $2,75 SIZES 2 1-2 lo 5, $3,00
Boys' and Girls5 Security Sclionl Shoes
Not Iron shoes but wear
Full lino of children's
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO,, LTD,,
057 PORT SrKKBT
l Mi UP
All Parties Are Actively
At Work on Coming
DEMOCRATS HAYE ADDED
TO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
HUI KUOKOA OUTLOOK ON BIG
ISLAND SEEMS VERY BRIGHT.
HOME RULERS OFF FOR
The Home Ruler arc still working
like Trojans Improving the fleeting
moments and the nearer election time
approaches, the harder they tight. Ily
September I every Island with the ex
ception of this one will have held lt
convention and named men to run for
both the Senate and Hour and on the
date mentioned the delegates choiea
from this Island will meet In the city
for tho purpose of naming men from
this Island. Among the names for sen
atorial honors will tc that of Edgar
Caypless who worked 10 hard for the
Interests of his party in Washington.
His name Is Invariably mentioned at
every meeting so that whatever native
did not know him are now thoroughly
acquainted with him. With this excep
tion, it is understood the Home Rul
. fi 1... rnm i.i lolnn.l rlll ha nrnrtl.
',,,. tho amc a, ,t wa, tw0 Jear, ag0,
The Kalauokalanls and other Horn.)
Rule speakers who went down the
road last week, returned In tho morn
ing train and the former with Repre
sentative Mossmnn left for I.aupahoe-
, ,,,. ,n the c)aU(,nCi there t0 mcet Rrl.
cgate Wilcox nnd with him travel
around to Hllo where on cither Thurs
day or Friday will be held the conven
tion of delegates for the nomination of
candidates for the Legislature. These
speakers held a well attended meeting
at Wnlanao last night. A portion of
this party headed by Representative
Jesse P. Makalnai returned on Sunday
and have been working nbout the city
ever since. Last night there was a
meeting on School street Just tnauka
of Port which was addressed by Repre
sentatives Makalnai, Ilccklcy. Moies
Nakulna and other speakers. The
meeting was not very extensively ad
vertised but notwithstanding this fact,
there was quite a large attendance
A meeting of the Democrats was held
In headquarters last night and at that
time, the only important business
transacted was the Increasf of tho
Uxecutlvc Committee from five to
twenty-five members, this being deem
ed necessary In order that the work of
the party may be carried out success
fully during the fall campaign.
, The executive Committee now con
sists of the following Col. C. J. Mc-
Catthy (cinrman). S. C. Dwlght. S. K,
i.--i, r umi.i..- r ? m..i c
l'tirrlll. i:. II, McClanahan, H. A. Juen.
Julius Asche. E. R. O'Sulllvan J. W.
Kfllngcr, S. W. Spencer, P. R. Harvey,
Abraham Fernandez, II. De U-v Cruz.
W. II, Johnson, Prince David Kawana
nakoa, Chus. Crelgbton, W. S. Wither.,
II. J. Momttnan and K. II. Hart.
Tho Democrats are putting lu somo
vety hard blows Just at the present
time and the ultttuate result will un
questionably be a coalition with either
ti,- n-nnhiin..,.. nr im n..u .
Thc whoIc tlUB de,,enj8 on u(llch
party will otter thc best terms. The
way the Democrats feel may be sum-
uu.,i ,, n thta 8peech of a prominent
members of tho party, today "I do not
ttam , gwaiow wilcox but If it Is the
decision of tlie party that this is tho
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