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J'VENINO nOI.LETIN, HONOLULU, T H . SATURDAY, JANUARY C, 1906
A Word About
The Metropolitan Magazine
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" Chicago Tribune.
Two games of socker footbnllwlll
bo played at the Ilaaeball Park today.
kThc first game will be between the lo-
lanls and Diamond Heads at 2 30 p. m.
The second game will be played be
tween tho Punahous and Maltcs at
J:46 p. m.
Thcso games will open the season
and there should be a large crowd on
hand to witness the sport.
New York, Dec. 28. A concerted
movement toward 'reforming tho gamo
of football In the colleges and uni
versities of America was begun hero
today when representatives of sixty
eight Institutions of learning agreed
to act together In securing the adop
tion of rules, and nn enforcement of
them, that aro expected materially to
lessen tho danger to players, do away
with mass formations and secure per
mancnt officials for Intercollegiate
contests. The conference has effected
a permanent organization and appoint
ed n rules committee of seven which
will communicate, with tho represent
atives of Yale, Princeton, Harvard,
Pennsylvania, Cornell, Annapolis and
Chicago University constituting tho
existing committee on rules, asking
for an amalgamation with that body.
Nono of the above mentioned unlvor
sltles wns represented at today's con
ference. If they refuse to Join with
the committee appointed today the
latter will act Independently and for
mulate rules for tho guidance of tho
institutions ratifying today's action.
Tho committee on rules f named by
the conference Is as follows: K. J.
Hull, Dartmouth; Lieutenant Daly,
West Point; J. A. Rabbltt, Haverford
Collcgoj Dr. II. D. Williams, Univer
sity of Minnesota; C. V. Savage, Ob
rrlln Collcgo; James T. Lees, Univer
sity of Nebraska, and F. II. Curtis,
University of Texas.
Tho committee will go to Philadel
phia tomorrow to present Its creden
tials to tho existing football rules com
mittee. CHAMPION J)FF0OTBALL
Syracuse. N. Y Dec. 28. Presi
dent Jacob Gould Schurman of Cornell
University, In an address before tho
associated academic principals of the
State of Now York, tonight, placed
himself on record as a Btanch friend
of football, declaring that tho recent
criticism of lliu game, "if not hysteri
cal and frenzied, is at least one sided
ACCORDING TO CARTER
The Boston Transcript of December
ill publishes a lengthy letter from Gov
ernor Carter to Gorham D. Oilman In
answer to his question as to what the
United States owes Hawaii. The fol
lowing are excerpts:
"To my mind, the two most import
ant problems In relation to Hawaii aro
connected with Immigration and
"So far as Immigration Is concerned,
I am not Jet convinced but that there
may bo a solution of It without the
necessity of congressional action.
There are a few- here who arc making
every effort to work out our own solu
tion. This would be far more simple
If only our Immigration laws were con
strued to permit the Territory Itself
to assist In secnrlng people from some
foreign country who would hecomo cit
izens. How can wo Increase the popu
lation of these Islands and thus devel
op them, Icolated as they arc In the mid
dle of the Pacific ocean, without provid
ing the means of transportation?
"However, as the Islands are an In
tegral part of the Union, they aro sub
ect to all laws passed by Congress,
and our federal legislative machinery
Is of such magnitude that It Is almost
Impossible to make Congress realize
that tropical conditions In Hawaii re
quire that she be excepted and ex
empted from the operation of many
laws which are passed, with sound rea
son, to meet the conditions which exlit
In the mainland. And It success Is to
crown American control of Hawaii,
these facts must not be lost sight df.
and as she cannot for omo time be ad
mitted as a State, then she must have,
because of her unique position, spc;ul
legislation from time to time"
After going over the labor situation
indjho danger of Philippine competi
tion, the letter goes on.
"Thiii the first thing needed Is n
modification of our Immigration laws
by which we can In some on) build up
the population of these Islands and re
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JUDGE LITTLE'S DEATH
Hllo, Jan. 2. Tho first confirmation
of tho press dispatcn regarding tho
death of tho lato Judgo O. F I.lttle at
enforco tho supply of labor that is now i Panama was received by tho last mall,
clipping away from us." Alter nn Illness of a month In tho An
Tho Governor goes on to quote sta- "" Hospital, Judgo I.lttle died on Do-
tlstlcs regarding taxes, etc. tcmbcr Ith from a complication of llv-
"Our people do not care to ask to be and kidney trouble. All that could
relieved from burdens that every other be done by members of tho Sojourn
American bears, and therefore I havo era' Club, a Masonic organization of
In my annual report made as tho flrHt which ho was a member, at Panama,
recommendation for Hawaii the fol- was done, but, of no avail. Interment
lowing suggestion:" Hero tho Gaicr-iivas made In the Ancan Cemetery mi
nor quotes the recommendation that 76 dcr tho auspices of the resident Ma
per cent of tho Federal Revenues bo 'sons and tho cstato was taken In
set aside to bo expended In the Tcrrl-. charge by H. A. Gudgct, tho American
Mlko Schreck of Cincinnati and
John Wlllo of Chicago wero matched
esterday to battlo twonty-flvo rounds
at Colma on tho first Friday In Feb
ruary, which happens to fall on tho
Bccoml day of tho month. This match
was nn outcome of the Schreck-Kauf-
maun negotiations, which fell through
on account of Hilly Dclnney's unwill
ingness to allow his charge, Knuf
innnn, to take part In n fight with
Kchreck or any ouo else, until ho has
had a complete rest. Wlllio was ac
cordingly substituted, and, as ho and
Schreck aro evenly matched, thero
should bo no legitimate objection from
t: n n
Tho board of directors of tho Olym
pic Club Is now considering the giving
of tho national boxing championships,
which tbo Amateur Athletic Union vo
ted to tho Coast at tho last annual
meeting. Tho club will undoubtedly
Bcccpt tho offer of tho Pacific Ama
teur Association to allow tho club to
bold tho event. It Is expected that
tho contests will take place during
tho month of March.
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Chicago, Dec. 28. Hugo Kelly, who
swatted O'Urlen In a cruel manner
when they fought at Indianapolis, will
Lo nt tho train when "Phlladelphlo
Jack" arrives Irom tho West tomorrow
mil hnvo a heatt-to-hcart talk with
him regarding a return match.
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Olive Rranch Rebckah I.odgo No. 2,
I. O. O. F, held Its Installation ceremo
nies on Thursday evening. The offi
cers were Installed by tho following
I). D O S.. Dr Rogers; Grand Wnr
clcn, Sister Oehrlng, P. N. O ; Grand,
Treasurer, Sister M. Ilruns, P. N. O ;
Grand Secretary. Sister II . Smith. P.
N. a.; Grand I. G., Sister Kiln Day
ton, P. N. G., Grand Marshal, Sister
Salllo I Williams, P X. O.
Tho officers Installed were:
N. G.. Sister Agnes Dunn: V G..
Sister Alexandra Ocrtz, Treasurer, author of several monographs of moro
Bister Itoso Lnndo, P. N. O.; Becrctary, or less literary merit entitled "Tho
Isistcr Thorn Oss. P. N. 0.; P. N. 0., Hvcnlng Hour" (1895). "Tho Moon"
Slstor Margaret Slmonton; Chaplain, (1890). nnd "Music of tho Ulbio iishtj.
Sister Francis Hlndt; Wnrden, Sister i
Anita Phillips; Conductress, Sister
Mao Cantln; Inside Guardian, Sister
Jennie Macaulay; Outsldo Quardlan,
tiro. Jas. Illcknell; R. S. N. G., Ilro.
Chas. Crane, P. O.; U. 8. N. O.. Sis.
tor Annlo L. Macoulny; R. 8. V,
Consul General at Panama
Gilbert Francis Llttlo was born In
Pcnns)lvanla, Oct. 2, 18IG, and was
sixty years of ago nt tho time of his
death. Ho received n common school
and college education, was admitted to
prnctlso In 1870; wns prosecuting at
torney from 187SC, nnd a candidate
lor Congress In 18S&. Ho was ap
pointed Judge of the Fourth Judiciary
Circuit nt Hllo, Hawaii, Juno 5. 1900,
by President McKlnlcy, which position
he filled with ability nnd credit to him
telf during his four ears' scrvlco. In
(illy, 190), he went to Panama, where
Jiu engaged In tho practice of law and
took n prominent part In tho political
affairs of tho Canal Zone. He was tho
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New York, Dec. 28 Tho generally
nccopted statement that collcgo ath-
shorten their lives by excessive
Iso wns attacked by Dr V. G
rson of Yale. Wlllio addressing
tho memhuis of tho Society of College
rivmnaBlum Directors nt tho No orU
Athletic Club, he declared that partic
ipation In nports Is beneficial In ut
most overy case To. emphasize Ills
arguments he presented statistics cov
ering mnny year3. Ho nUo stated thut
the statistics) provo conclusively that
Iho heart Is not Injured, nnd that a
larger percentage of athletes than
thoso who llvo a se.lentnry life do not
dlo of lung troubles.
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Ilaptlst, Knllhlwnenn; In churgo of
Ilov Father Clement Tomorrow, Jnn
7th. 1st Sundnv after Knlphany: 8 30
o m., high mass with sermon, collcc
lion, Sunday school ;I p. m., rosary.
Tho Catholic Church of Our Lady of
(ho Mount, Kalulanl, Kallhl uka; In
charge of Itev. Father Clement. To-
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