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the Bulletin Publishing Company. Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and Bays: That the following
Is a true find correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Febru
ary 16, 1906, of the Bally and Week
lyEdltlohs of tho Evening Bulletin:
'Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Feb. 10 2403
Monday, Feb. 12 2117
Tuesday, Feb. 13 2130
Wednesday, Feb. 14 2126
Thursday, Feb. 15 , 2119
Friday, Feb. 16 2120
Average Dally Circulation . ...2166
'Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1D06 23S6
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alon 1049
COMBINED auaranteed average
By C. O. BOCKUS,
THE RA1LR0ADREBATE BILL
Full detail of tho passage of tho
railroad relate, bill In the House of
Representatives shows that the meat'
tiro sent on to the Senate was as nearly
non-parllzan ns It Is possible for a
Congressional net to be Those who
otcd against It were headed by Con
gressman I.lttlcflcld of Maine, a man
of strong idcM. clear thought, positive
In his convictions of right and wrong".
and one who would Btnnd out against
tho whole country legardloss of re
sults to himself If a mensure for which
he whs, wilted upon to ote did not
possess that perfection which his care
rut study Indicated was necessary to
Its practical usefulness.
Thriltinlnt Tit ui between the liar-
tlzftns simmered down tdn definition of
rimsonnhln nml unreasonable rales.
The Democrats demanded uioro exact
word us and gained tneir point, wun
llie result of the overwhelming nmj
As outlined in tho Associated rresi
renorls on the day of passage, the hilt
according to Hepburn's statement In
closing the debate on the measure, was
Intended to and did, so far as It coma
be m.lcle to, comply specifically with
tho recommendations of President
Hooscvelt on the rate 'question It gives
the Interstate Commerce Commission
authority, when a rate has been com
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mc this 16th day of Feb-
SEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. H. BURNETTE,
NVary Public, Honolulu, County of
Plans Of :
Final Instructions for the Floral
Parade on Washington's birthday hav
been prepared by tho committee In
charico ns follows:
Automobiles to assemble nt Thomas
Square, approaching by way of Berc
tanla street, avoiding Victoria, Knplo
laul and Young streets In so doing. -.
No. 1 of DUiston A will take HI
position on Victoria street at tho cor
iter of King street
Vehicles to assemble at Thomas
Square on Kaplolanl street, approach
Ing by way of King street and by
Young from Alapal street.
Horseback riders to assemlilo at
Thnmna Hnuflrfi (nklnff ft nnsltlOrt on
rlalned of as "unreasonable" by it Kaplolanl street niauka of BereUnla
shipper, to Investigate that rate, state J street.
whether or not It Is unreasonable, and.
It found to be .unreasonable, to name n
rate which Is just -and reasonable add
fairly remunerative, which Is to bo the
maximum rato to bo chargod.
This. rate, so fixed. Is to go Into ef
fect thirty (la a after It Is announced
by the commission, subject during that
time to be sot aside or suspended by
tho commission or by tho courts. Aftr
It lias gone Into cdccl It is to remain
Each nutomobllQ and nuW-car In line
must absolutely maintain Its position
Dt 75 'feet front tho preceding automo
bile and under no' circumstances alter
Us position In line
In case of a break-down of any kind
such automobile is to drop out of line
is soon as possible and after repairs
nro completed to take up its position
Dt the end of tho line. Should llie
nutomoullo section lme passed beforo
stand. At a designated position mauka
of the grandstand they wilt turn Ho
the right Into the field and take tip
their position as assigned by tho offi
cers In charge. ,
The pau Riders will enter after the
carriages, passing dn review In a ma
Uka direction beforo tho grandstand,
turn to tho right passing back of thn
carriages and will proceed to their
eosltlon which will he In tho field at
the center and Immediately In front of
When facing the grandstand tho
pa-u riders will be In the center, the
tarrlagcs on the right and tho automo
biles on the left. The judges will then
proceed with tho judging and tho prizes
will be awarded.
The pa-u riders will proceed In thij
rear of the automobiles" to the rar
course and. will gallop in cavalcadq In
review before the grandstand to a po'lut
beyond the end of position taken by
the' carriages. They will then return
In single files or by couples ns may lw
designated by the oincers In charge
These slnglo riders, or pairs of riders,
will be judged by the Judges as they
pass tho stand They will then form
In single files and at a gallop wilt
take up a position Immediately In franc
of the grandstand and facing the same
In a single line. Such riders as muy
hae been selected by tho Judges wilt
then be brought to the front and these
Judge Dole," nnd District Attorney
Brcckons nc received from the At
torney dcncrnl's department In Wash
ington copies of a bill., which had been
Introduced In Congress, by which the
local United States District Court Is
given original Jurisdiction In cases
when ono of tho parties Is a citizen of
another Territory or State, nnd when
the amount Involved exceeds $2,000.
"The law, as It Is nt present, gives
the United States District Courts orig
inal Jurisdiction In such cases ns aro
mentioned In thcblll,'1 said Judge Dole
wnon interviewed about tho matter.
"The law docs not. however, mention
territories nnd for this reason several
Federal decisions havo held that Dis
trict Courts In Territories have no
such Jurisdiction. In making tho
amendment giving this court jurisdic
tion In these. raftM. II In nnlv helm?
riders will again be reviewed under' ?von h power, which it ought to
Q ASj (STpVE-S j j
New Process Gas Ranges - -
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hei- have, beenTbought at prices! nuihibelowUhe market on ac
of our'taklng a whole'cchslgnment. ' . i
The good's-are well known and we art able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue . Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just'to hand by the"derard' C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICE8.
tho rule for threo years. During this ti, impairs aro completed tho automo-
.FEB. 20. 1906.
If Hawaii has succeeded In obtaining
Influential friends In Congress, It, is o
very good guarantee that Hawaii has
u deserving cause.
Though his greeting might not bo
couched In the samo terms Supervis
or Jack Lucas was Just as glad to see
the Molokans as wcro representatives
of the Hawaiian Evangelical Associa
What can be more disastrous to an;
community than programs presented
bj' "statesmen" whose stock In trade
lsllecclt and whoso weapon Is trcach
try? What sort of "welfare" could 1
Apparently the decision of, tho Housa
Committee on our last election was
that enough legal ballots were past
to prevent the Illegal ones having an
effect on the result. Such a decision
means an end of the numbered ballot
system, If there Is anything to b
learned from a warning.
Detegato Kuhlo'a letter published In
this Issue Is full of valuable Informa
tion. The most Impressive feature
should be tho obvious fact that all Ha
waiian Interests represented In Wash
ington are working In harmony though
some of our local misfits havo done
what they could to create friction apd
THE MOLOKAN IMMIGRATION
time, tho opinion has been expressed
by those who' bae participated In the
debate, tho rate may also be ro lowed
by the courts, and. If 'found to belli
tontllct cither with the terms of the
bet or with the constitution by being
confiscatory, can be set asldo by tho
Another important feature Is the
definition of tho word "railroad" and
"transportation" In n manner to 'In
clude nil auxiliary Instrumentalities of
the common carrier and to bring them
within the control of tho commission.
This power to name a reasonable rata
and tho Inclusion of the auxiliaries
within the jurisdiction of the commis
sion nro said to be the now features,
All other provisions aro modifications
of the existing law. They Include pub
licity of railroad methods, which Is to
be aided uy prescribing a system of
bookkeeping nnd enlarging the com
mission to seven members and Increas
ing salaries of members to 110,000 a
Idle Is to remain out until tlncarrlagc
nnd horseback, riders hau passed.
Tho order of automobiles in the par
a gallop by the Judges and will then
icturn to their original position In lln.
The selected ones of these will again
be reviewed until the final awards ar
As soon ns tho awards arc made the
prizewinners will pass In review twice
before the grandstand and will then
lead the procession of riders out of tbv
The prizes will then bo awarded to
tho vehicles and the prlzo winners of
each class will bo called to tho front
of the Judges' stand nnd tho prizes
awarded and ns the prize is awarded to
each vehicle It will take Its position I
between tho grandstand nnd Diamond
feting United Slates Attorney Gen
eral Purdy has written mo from Wash
ington asking how much the business
of my court would be Increased by the
change. Of course (o make an estlmaln
In a matter or this kind would simply
be more or iess guess work. However,
I am writing" In reply that with the
limit fixed so high It Is not probable
that much additional work will ba
caused by tho change." '
aco.wiu pc .v section nrsi, ioiiowetnM1i nl in. tn I. .iittnni.,i iv
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llie automobiles win be rouowcu uy
Wo kpow of no "Interest" or Individ,
ual "ttAt expresses any other tsntt
ment than gratification in discussing
the arrival, of tho Molokan settlers.
Even among those claiming the. Ter
rltory has played favorites with tbeBO
TiMinto. thn fpellne toward them Is
friendly. The people of this Territory
wtiih.tha nnwrnmcra Wfill. --
The only, suggestion of criticism Is '
an expression or disappointment, xnai
the number Is not larger, More hav
ing been expected,. Jt is perhaps not
surprising that the more suspicious
and critical ones at oncu question
whether the effort will "p.4.cr out." and
the mountain labor to bring- forth a
We hae do doubt -that the effort
will be continuous'. Should It -fall to
bo effectlvo-ln all partlcularstho cause
Is not likely to be found among those
who havo stood sponsor for what has
been dono thus far. The Molokan set
tlement project will be a success. In
proportion to tho number of bona Add
settlers and workers brought to tho
Islands. It Is easy to obtain -locally a
small number of settlerB to tako up a
large amount of land.
One hundred Molokans moro or less
will bt the much-desired benefit to
the Territory, on the condition that
they are tho forerunners of a thousand
and moro families, if tnts nrsi arriv.
nl'be the whole story, then an Imml.
ration fizzle would be put on record.
. Tho Bulletin la satisfied that .Mr,
Castle, who Is responsible for tho
.whole Molokan Immigration scheme,
.will not be any better satisfied, than
4tbe most critical observers, with a
mere handful of settlers. As already
Htated In this paper he- Is doing the
prcUmlnary work necessary to obtain
transportation for others from their
"European, hopieg dlrectt Such .bqlrig
the case, he is entitled to all tho. moral
.support. and practical assistance the
fomntunlty can'glve. it should be re
membered at all times that tho great
est drawing carq any country can
have is tho report from the ploneers'of
fair and, kindly treatment by citizens,
corporations and officials. This Is
where Hawaii comes In for Us "sharo
Arrangements have, been made' to
have tho Royal Hawaiian band play at
Thomas' Square at 8:30 o'clock oniho
morning of Washington's birthday, and
later nt- thn park. In the ovcnlng It
will play at tho Hawaiian hotel. If
the Meade is still In port by that time,
tho band of tho Second Infantry will
assist in the musical program, but
them is very little chance that she win
remain In port so long.
Wong Wnl and Tal On wcro arrest
ed this morning by tho police on sus
picion that they had something to do
with setting firo to a restaurant nt
Hotel and Alapal streets, Sunday
morning and early this morning. They
wero to bo held for Investigation, but
wero finally turned looso until further
evidence can bo obtained. Both at
tempts o burn tho place wcro quite
fruitless, In tho first Instance tho fire
was stopped without even tho aid of
tho Flro Department, but this morning
mo department responded to a call,
and soon had the flames put out. There
was coal oil found whero tho flro had
been set, and bottles containing somo
on wero later found In the vicinity,
tho carriages lend by tho tallyno of
tho Hawaiian Hotel with six outriders
lu pa-u costumo Hanking, followed by
arlous chlclcs assigned a position by
Mr. Kobert Shingle, in charge of thU
The school floats and tableau floats
will form on Young, their right on Ka
plolanl street nnd they will move Into
tahe position assigned them by Mr.
Babbitt, who will be In charge of tills
section as a deputy of Mr. Shingle.
Carriages will be followed by tho
pa-u riders and the lady and gentle
men riders In other than pa-u costutns
and the cowboys.
The parade will move down King
Street past the Judges stand on tho
makal side of Thomas Sauaro to
Young and King streets,, down King
tn Bishop, mauka on Bishop to Hotel,
Walklkl on Hotel to lllchards, mauka
on Klchards to Bcrctanla, Walklkl on
Beretanla to Kaplolanl, makal on Ka.
platan! to King, Walklkl on King to
tho Walklkl road and from there to
the race track.
The judges will occupy a central
position on tho stand. Admission will
bo charged for to' the grandstand, of
CO cents. People will only bo admitted
10 tho capacity of the stand.
Tho automobiles will be parked near
inn rarK uiuge in ttireo sections for
photographing purposes. As soon as
the photographs are taken they will
pass before the grandstand, heading to
wards Walklkl, turn to the left and no
each approaches a flag designating Us
line, namely1, A, II and C, It will turn
to tho left, proceed to Its position and
moe Into line. As soon as a machine
Is in itne It will ba killed and undor
no circumstances started while the car
rlages aro entering.
i no carriages win enter tho rare
courso on tho Diamond Head ond of
tho grandstand, will turn to tho left
and will pass In review beforo the
the Marshal of tho parade
When the prizes are all awarded the
prize winners will then pass in rcvlcnv
before the grandstand lu a mauka di
rection, followed by tho remaining
The different sections of the other
riders will then be called up and will cclyed official Information regarding
Although Captain II. W,
bo promoted rto ha rear
. Lyon will
i Report By
jTbC-Fc'doral-Orahd -Jury this foro
noon delivered Itself of another report,
but, contrary to expectation, It did
nl.t nillnlli-n fna n t. tna Inlaitm nftn.
..., l n.ijuutu IVI , .-, tvt.Hlw ui.vt .
reporting, but went right ahead with I
vision of the Appropriations Commit!
lee uiu. , w 3
Business Delegates. j
Tho Delegation, after some delay
reached the City yesterday noon. Last:
evening thq Delegation, together wltli
Mr. Hatch, Mr. McClellan, and Treaj-s
Urcri Campbell, .'were my "guests at thm
Dewey for dlnncr..ond for the further,
purposo of-mcetlpe Chairman Hamll-j
ton nnd Mr." Cole, of tho Territories
Committee, together with other Con
gressmen who mako. their home at thlai
hotel. The evening was spent Tn talk";
with theso various members, who all!
cxpn-ssed.themsclves with more or lesa
positive favor toward our measure. 2
Hamilton Friendly. S
ThO friendllnKH nf Phnlrmnn UnnitlJl
riKiu nni'uti wun i. .. --.......--. ,
ItH Investigations. The drnnd Jury vu" "" "ecu W ? raciinai noa
.. .,.i .?... i.. i.n.,i. voluntarily s de-tracked the lie.irlnt.-il:
,Ono of tho Indictments was; against; a tbe. .Alaska matter In order to al-J
lVoldencla Martlno. n Porto Illcan 'ow 0,lr bearing to begin tomorrows
wjiman, charglhg her with bigamy. vIt forenoon. It la now expected that tho
! , ihnt hrt Torh is ma-? h hearing will continue throucu Tucsdavt
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nun jjci-u iin-viuuBiy uiiuuuiiceu a nun niamcd urcgorio Anuina, ana on uec- "" """ uw.-v.iury, mm it
her 'of times, tho promotion to date 'ember 26. 1905. to Joso Itavara. her mW Pos'lblo be extended Into Frldayl
from yesterday, he has not jet re-'
Blank books of all Sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
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TjHt Iniumki An,
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"Trent and company
pacs lu review, the samo ns tho pa-u
riders, and the prizes will be award
ed. After the prizes are awarded they
will take their original position before
tho grandstand, the prize winners as
sembling by themsehes.
After all prizes are awarded for tho
different classes tho entire body of
riders will pass In review before the
grandstand lead by the prize winners.
Tho prize winners of tho automobile
class will be' called up to receive
awards, the first prize In each class be
ing caned first, followed by second and
When the awards are made the prlzo
winners will proceed to a point on the
race course between tho grandstand
and a place designated by the Mar-
When all the prizes are awarded n
complete circuit will be made of the
race course by tho prize winners, fol
lowed by the other automobiles.
. KALIM IMPROVEMENT
Kallhl-waena school house was
crowded last evening with folks who
have the Improvement of the district
at heart, J. F C. Hagens stated that
mo purpose was to organize n perma
nent Improvement cluu along the lines
of the present general movement, Ha
introduced P. Ilynn, president of the
Improvement club organized last Octo
ber and Mr, Hyan presided at the meet
ing. Resolutions were adopted to the
effect that tho residents on both sides
of tho Knllhl stream Join In ono larg3
improvement club and the oincers of
the club wero re-elected. Committees
were appointed to report on varlouj
phases of work at the next meeting.
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
A New Importation
NUUAN.U VALLEY: 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot75xJ25; modern,
HOU8E and LOT, Maklkl 81
Lot 60x00; modern cottage,
Trust Co., Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
A story of extreme hard luck Is told
Inthe divorce libel which Frank Gou
vela today filed against Elizabeth Gou-
vela, through his attorneys, Heeu &
Kaulukou. After showing how the
marriage took placo Oct. 8. 1901, tho
llbcllant shows that, about six weeks
after the marriage the llbcltes mal
treated and assaulted him nnd applied
ioui and prornno epithets to him.
Floral parado tickets, entitling hold
ers to scats In tho' Judges' grandstand
at Kaplolanl Park, Feb. 22, will be
placed on salo at 9 a. m. Wednesday,
at mo omco or tno rromotion com.
mlttee and at Wall, Nichols Co.i
tho act of the Senate In his rase, and
It may bo several days beforo tho news
Is received, or beforo tho Senate takes
action. His promotion Is certain, and
tho action of tho Senato Is simply a
matter of form for already Captatn
Lyon has passed his examination and
his Increased pay will be counted from
As soon as official news is received
from Washington stating that Capt,
Lyon's promotion Is approved by the
Senate, tho flag of a Hear Admiral will
bo raised abovo tho Naval Station,
Captain Lyon's promotion Is a result
of tho retirement from active duty of
Admiral E. Longncckcr. Hear Admiral
Lyon win bo entitled to command a
squadron by reason of his rank, and
It Is expected that in time, ho will bo
given such a command.
Somo friend of Capt. Lyon hnB sent
him a copy of a child's book with pic
tures of a story of Noah's ark bb a
fitting present In connection with his
promotion. Tho book caused consider
able merriment today among the offi
cers nt the Naval Station. The namo
of tho sender is not given .
The New Zealand Rugby football
players, duo to arrive here tomorrow
morning In tho Sonoma, en route to
tho Colonics, will recelvo a cordial
greeting. Fred L. Waldron, represent
ing tho Hawaii Promotion Committee,
and others, wilt meet the steamer, pos
sibly going out In a launch, and bid
the famous plaers welcome.
At the Oceanic Steamship wharf a
special Itapld Transit car will meet
the footballers nnd they will bo taken
nut to Collego Hills, thence to Pawaa,
thenco to tho aquarium and thence to
mo aioana notei ioc uotning auu
lunch. After lunch the car .will bring
tho guests Into town and they will
leave tho car at King and Fort streets.
A football came Is not likely to oc
cur, owing to tho brief stay in port of
the Sonoma, hut should tho visitors
bo willing to play a gamo tho publc
win be noinieu tnrougn tno press anu
probably by several blasts from the
Hawaiian Klectrlc Co.'s whistle.
This entertainment Is made possible
largely through tho efforts of Harry
fi-u hn,i.iiii,i iiAinrr niit-n nt. i tin iimn Meet me President.
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Miobo Herara. the abovo lady's boc-I "VW :u.r urraiiKvu 10 preec.-.
... u. .-!.... t t. i.nih..i . mo ucieKniinn nr inn v n a iimtsn nn
charge against him being ono of adul-1 Thursday, and nlso to present them tuT
This goods has become deservedly
popular with both men and women,
and la especially used for Kimonos,
Dressing Sscques, Skirts, Sailor Suits,
Negligee Shirts and Pajamas.
PLAIN COLORS, 31 Inch,
ar 20 yard-
We have all shades In this.
FIGURED, 31 Inch,
SW 25dVARD "K
This Includes some very beautiful
designs, especially suitable for kimo
nos and pressing sacques.
PURE WHITE, 31 Inch,
xmr 35a soa & ooa yard -
These qualities a re. very desirable
for sailor suits and negligee, shirts.
On Monday next
We Will Show
A Shipment of high
Tho third Indictment was against
Ollva Morena. It Is shown that this
lady committed bigamy by marrying
both Francisco Hortcz and Joe Cahlnn,
tho former on October 7, 1902, and, tho
latter December 12. 1903. I '
Foreman J. A. Oilman of tho Grand
Jury asked tho Court that n few mora
jurors be called In order that somo of
tho present members, could bo excused
In cases of urgent! necessity,, The
Court granted tbo request and C. A.
Simpson, -A. C. Sllva, A, Gundcrson
and II. H. Webb wcro drawn. These
,tycro promptly summoned by tho Mar-
Snai. unujuecanto iuiyneagctifmeniocrs
ot the 0 rand Jury an hour later.
Aftni- rflnnrtlnv itin rirflml lnrv with
drew, to tho Marshal's office, whero It
remained -In "session about" ah;" hour.
That tho case Investigated waif ono
connected with the posfofflce was
mado evident by tho witnesses who
wore called. These -were Postofflce
Inspector Hare, E. W. Darnard, W. T.
Lucas and u. McKenzIe.
Ilarnard has for many years past
beeti postmaster1 at Laupahochoe.
Lucis Is at present with II. May &
Co.,; but was formerly nt LlhucT con
ducting a Btoro mill postomcc. mc
Kcnzlo Is now wltn Davies & Co., but
was formerly postmaster at Hakalau.
At a little after 11 a m.,tbq Grand
Jury adjourned until tomorrow'.
, HAWAII'S CAUSE
(Continued from Pane 1)
noy, trlng to frame a 'bill for tho Ap
propriations Committee in such joim
that, It will legitimately be a part of
the. Sundry Civil 1)111, and also. If pos
slble, carry our revenue proviso 'In
such form that it would not go out on
a point of order mado) on tho floor of
thoillouso when tho Sundry Civil Dill
Is' put u poo Its passage. Tho appro-
printlon'of two hundred thousand-dot
tars' to completo the' authorized eon.
tract jipon Honolulu harbor has been
decided upon as exa&ly fitting Itho
case, being nn Item already author
ized by Congress, .andregtilarly, J bi
longing to the. Sundry Clyjl 131(1. -The
I havo accordingly drafted a bill ap
propriating this sum: havo next in
cluded a proviso for a Hawaiian rund
in tho .Treasury; and thirdly nnvo pro-
LB. Kerr & Co.,
- ". LIMITED, ''
All tho judges of tho floral parado
havo been requested to meet Alonzo
Qartloy at the Young Hotel at 10 a. m.
Wednesday morning to arrange the
various points that will be taken Into
consideration concerning tho award'
Ing of prizes.
Mrs, F. M. Sw-anzy, owing to the
Illness of her daughter, and Mrs. F. A,
Schafor, as a result of her son's sick
ness, havo been compelled to with-
diaw as Judges. Mrs W. F. Frear and
Mrs. H, M, von Holt have been select
ed to fill their places.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO 8PEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KINDS Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Haletvya' Hotel, King 63,
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, V, leaves' at 8:22 a. m.j
rsturm.ij, arrive In Honolulu at 10:10
nnhrnvnl nf Phnlrmnn Tflwnpv, Pol
iioiiuurn, auu me viiiiriv uuiukuuu"
ItsJ provisions, while specifically refer
ring chiefly to Federal purposes, yet
adtnlt of tho appropriation by Congress
of nny part of this fund for, education
al uulldlngs and public 'works of ajgen
oral nature within, the Territory, so far
as I Congress sees fit to appropriate
from time to time. It" was 'agreed by
all hero that it would be wholly un
wise to make a request that this fund
should be expended In any other man
ner than by appropriations of the Con
gress, It is not at all certain that the
proviso canTw put In any form that
will not leave It subject to a point of
order, and It may be necessary for us
to tako that chance.- ,
What Tawney Says. -v
Chairman Tawney Insists that tho
original bill was properly referred to
the Committee on Territories, Involv
ing as It does chiefly a question of
policy which that- Committee should
handle. Ho further advtsej that even
though tht Appropriations Committee
Senator Foraker nt his home on Thurs
day evening, t shall also arrange np-'
polntmcnts, as our plans'mnke It pos
slble, to present the Delegation to tho
Speaker of the Houbo, and other llount
lenders, ns well ns to some of tha
'members of tho Cabinet. "
Uy far the most encouraging featuru
ofour work so far as the help we hava
been nble .to nllst from such Inlluenj
Hal members. as Col. Hepburn and Mrt
Tawney. The chief hoi-i of our Terrl
tory for sccurlnc lezfuIuLInn mini nli
ways rest ln'sccurlnfe 'tho Influence of
loaders in the House. No Delcgnts
w,ho Italy fVorjforcsentrtholTerrltory
will'evW 'secW 6ny large or Import
tant legislation except as he may li
nble to have, tho co-operation of thi
comparatively limited number of men
who control legislation la Congress. A
Delegate might havo rtuch oxnerlonco
and very great abllltj In himself pro-
eming our necas, ,nui ir tne io-opera
tlon of these , House leaders Is not
secured, his single efforts, however
able, -would not accomplish the desir
ed result, 'And It Is my purposo to fol
low such n policy of frank nnd hohet
dealing with these leaders that we may
hope to havo them for our powerful
allies In any just matters of legislation.
mai may do needed for Hawaii, not
only for the present time, but for tho
Washington, Feb, B, 1906.
1111 IS FUN TO SE
M IT J NNi
'Ting ' Domino4' at- the Orphejm
theater last evening mado ,n tremen
dous hit. It caught oa from the start
and fie, house showed 3ts unqualified
pleasures throughout. i
Complicated situations o( lively- In
tercut kecu'tMo observer dellghtedund
11 -- - --."" VaJ "Villi UJjlS
full of pleasanty surprises, Jsurpriios
that sometimes are very exciting.
'Jh't greatest fun occurs In a buffet.
Husbands and wives go to u mnsquer
ndo and get delightfully mixed. The
wives Bend anonymous notes to their
husbands to" meet masked ladles and
they, themselves aro the ladles in d6
mlnoji arjdimaal'8. The wives exchange
husbands and a furiously fun,ny condi
tion of affairs follows.
IlrendA Fowler. Lillian HaywaJd
and Juliette Chandler, appear in doml
nos at jhe- appointed time nnd 'there
is more real amusement In wnat trans,
plres than In a whole library of'Jokis.
Xotilsq Orendorf plays a prominent
part with an effect that Is splendid.
Lilian Hayward Is wonderful Jn hir
facial adaptations nnd all else that
goes to inake her part perfect. Brch
da Fowler Is brilliant In hor serious
Buliler, Lowell, Auerbach and Drum
keep the audience on the Jump with
their' lively and catchy work.
This play will bo repeated tonight
nnd tomorrow and la a certain winner.
It Is emphatically good and roost,
BUSINESS MEN SIGN
Besides the petition previously men
tioned bv IhtS-nftnAp thn antVtiialnstln
should bo willing to ndralt this legls-1 workers ortbe'Kalmukl, Walalao and
union as an uem on me aunary uivu ruioio improvement Club have an.
1)111, It should nevertheless be paesM' other petition out that' has'been slgn
upon by a legislative! cantmltteat us fd by all, the leading business houses
contrasted with the jjlmlted functions or the cl(y who declare that they bo
ot his own Committee on Approprl- llcve tho convenience of the public de
atlons. I have accordingly today Ini mands a more frequent car servlco
troduccd a new bill, and bad the same from the Rapid Transit,
referred to the Committee on Terrl-I . m
torles. which embodies; JhejevenueJ Blank books 'of all sorts, ledgert
provision Alone, set out in the Identl- etc:, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
cal language used in the revenue pre- Ilshlng Company.