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BiSMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Duggtes and Sad
die Hones on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
Leahl Chapter Regular.
Pacific Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members ot tlio
order nro itiidiall Invited tn ill
tend meetings (if local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
Meets ever) Monday evening nt 7.30
In I O O 1 llnll. Port strict.
I! It llCNDUY Secretary.
i:i.mi:u i: srnw.imn:itn. x.n.
All visiting lumbers Mr) cord In 1 1)
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Ilnll. King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited tn nttrnd.
I'. WALDIION, K.H.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every l'rldny evening nt
K. I. Ilnll, King Rtreet nt .-an. Mem
bers of MiBtlc Lodge. No. 2, Wni. Mc-
Klnley Lodge. No. S. niul visiting
hiothcrs rnrdlnlly Invited.
A. II IIONI). C. C
A. S. KHNWAY, K.TLS.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, D. P. 0. E.
Ilrnoliilii Lodgo No fllO, 11. P O. K.,
will in.i'i In their hall, cm Miller
nml lleri Inula, streets, every I rlday
lly order of Hie K II.
HAltltY II. SIMPSON.
ii. i:. MimitAY. i2.it
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, Kins
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
Tit ' o attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. CC.
K. A. JACOI1SON, K.U.H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
MeetH on tlio 2nd and 4th WKDNKS
DAY evonlngi of each mnntli nt 7. .10
O'clock In K. of P. Ilnll, KlHS street.
Visiting Kngles nro Invited to at'
SAM MlKKAGUI:, W.P.
II. T. MOOIti:, W. 8cy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first nml third THUItS
DAY of each month In fraternity Hall,
Odd IYllovwr lliilldlng, lort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full nttendnnio
Is drtdicd nt every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOE8, No. 8110, A. O. F,
MeeU eery 2d and 4lli Tuesday of
rac h inoiiiii nt 7 an p. in., in ami au
tnnlo llnll, Viiievnrd Street.
Vlfltlng hiolhcis cordially Invited
A. K. YIKRRA. C. H.,
m c. pacihico, r.'s.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M
MeetH every second niul fourtlt
ritlDAY of each month In I. O. O. V.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. C Mi COY, Sachem.
A. I! MUJtPIlY, C of R.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. DXO 152. TEL. MAIN 101.
YARD, corner QUEEN A MILILANI.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Dev.
erage for Young and Old.
For Sale Dottled and In Dulk
Hoffschlaeger Co,, Ltd.
KING AND DETHEL STREETS
If you use cheap paint you are certain
to regret It. Inferior paint Is dear at
any price. W. P. FULLER &.
CO. '3 PURE PREPARED
PAINT Is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. It looks bet
ter and Is more durable
than any other paint on the
market. The secret of this Is
that only the best Ingredients
are used In Its composition and
that they are accurately mixed.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
t. P. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. D. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vies Pres.
L. T. Peek Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouso Treasurer
E. E Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
DY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. 0. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
GAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA .STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. .-Union 8L nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
lllitnlc bonks of nil sorts, lodgora
etc., manufactured hy tlio Uullctln Pub
iii-f,.Vii.',i rM 1,4
LOCAL AND GENERAL
QDrt a "ne 'or a week Is the cost of
WUU a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene,
fit secured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 eentsl
Wblto strain nulos Stockvds stable.
The r.'iilllo ltehoknh Lodge Kites a
danci Saturday evening,
I'M'-m jam. n icnts iu at ractory, jsi
llotrl Kt Peach this week
Mis It It Weir leu ci Thursday in
the 8 (1 Wilder for the Const
i: C Mellor of the.T. II. Davles Co.
store In ll'ln left fur Ullg today
nutter churned dally nt the Honolulu
D.ilijmcu's Association. White 211
Mystic l.od ie. No. 2, K. of I',, meets
tonight in K. of P. llnll, King street
Kolo.i Sonar Co will pay JIS.ooo of
Its I'miJ borid Issue of J2.'0.l)i'0 on May
The American Sugnr Co.. Ltd.. linn
declared n tllMdend which Is p.iynhlil
on t rliia)
Neatly furnhlied rooms nt the Pop
ular. l, l.f,U and U per week. 1213
i ort street. i
IIikIiiiiIiir with May 1st tlio Yoiiiu:
Hotel Mill be londililed on the Kuro
eau plan onl)
A merlliiK of the W C T. I! will he
hi Id nt Cijitril 1'nloii ilmnli nt 2 "J
o'iIoiK this nftcniuon.
The Lndlos- Auxiliary. A. 0 II
meets this evcnlnc ut 8 p. in. In C II
L Hull, on I ort street
YounK Hnunllans InMltuto will hold
n special moclliiB UiIh ecnlnc nt T:Su
o clock Knjilulanl bulldliiK.
Kt Clement h K.uier uITciIiik was foi
the purrlmsc of n stnlned bIiihh window
to lie plaeed auoe the nltnr.
Hill, the itirlo man, lias Hold out Ills
liusli i'hk nnd leioes for California on
ncuiunt of the health of his wife.
I'lnert quality Island butter from
Mrs Doiii Von Tempskj's ranch. Kula.
ltiijiiioiul Ituiuli Market. Tel 4GI.
llloius cnat sale of l;ni!llh Tor-
lion hue nt .' per jnrd puts nil Mm-
lljr ewuts (oniiletely In the shade
tit Clement's coiiKreRntluu made nn
U.mler i;lfl to the lte. .lohn I'Hliurne.
of tiione with wbkli to buy n new
, modem silo fur the storuce of
MirKliuin fodder has belli completed for
tne iiKllcultural braiuli uf Kameli.i
I'urnillsv of the Pnelflr I'lornl Par
nil 3 Number, r.2 Papjeii, 15 rents.
Wiiii ped lt( ndy for Mailing. At ollli o,
Judge A N Kepolknl Is snld to ha0
denied that he took any part In the ie
nomination of Delegate Kuhlo hy the
ItepuhlliniiK of Maul.
Chilli e Html; to nrrhe per Nehrns
kau, Anrll 20 llonies, tons nnd chick
en . peisoiialty seleited by C. II. Del
Hun Hie Cluh Ktablca ad.
Tlio sun lan't look nu "Arabic" eoat
ed iron roof in tlio face. The rooting
propertlex of thu compound nro mar
U'Iuuh. California l'eed Co, auenut.
William .lohustoti of tbo Intcr-lslaiul
h'teuni Ninlg.ttlon Company lias gouo
to the Coasl to uuiierlutend the ccm
Ktriutlou of the new steamer Muunn
Jubilee Incubators. Tlio buslucji
Uiacblne. Hot wuter system, uot hot
air. Keo them beforo biiyloc. M. W.
.McChctney & Son's, Ltd , OGcnts, Queen
After illM-hnrftlni her geneinl rnrgo
nt lllrdiop's wharf, (lie bark Ul)inplc
wiih moed todn) ta tlio Hallway whnif
where she will load wl'h 42.IMIQ hags
of RiiKnr for San Irnnilsco.
T liners nre ( nihil for hy tlio U. a.
llunrlei master's Department for stevc-
ilorhiK L' K Army truiisporlH during
tin IIpuiI 5 ear ending June :in, 1'JOT. Tor
paiiliulars see nil this lusue.
Applliallous for crtlllrntes of Ha
waiian lilt Hi hac been llled for Kuril-
lanl i:ill. Kiirltmil Knura nnd 01. Ida
Tcrnxtil. Japamse boyn of llllo, G, i
nun 2 cnrs or nue iespe(Ueiy.
IriuleiH nre rulled for ly tlio IT. H
tlunrlerm.isti r's Department for em-
POlng di) enrlh elosets nt Cainii Mt-
Klnle) during the ducal year indltig
June ::o. It'll', l'or particulars see ml
I he AtlliiK flovernor lins slened iho
(batter uf the WeH Hawaii Hallway
lo, wtilt li Intends lo bulla n railway
thiuuuh the Kouus, exlenillng Into Ko-
bain nml Kau. and u wharf whetu tlio
line reacbei tin sea
J. 1) lllcknell, brother uf the County
Auditor, Is In business now as t Tena
nt cr nnd seiretury of the Terrj-Ilcnd-Ing
Knglnierlug nml Constnullon Co,
nt (Irnud ittiplils, Mldilgan. Ho was
nt one time Instiuctor In the englnect
Ing department at Knme'iameha Muu-
I'he bundled tons of sugar Is now
on band for tlio steamer Nelirnnkan
wlili h Ih due to arrive Krldny oventuc
from Han I'rnndsio. who will load
with l.ntiO tons of stignr here, nnd will
iiimpleie her cargo nt Knuiilul. it is
piisHihle that tbo Nebrnskan will bring
mall ri inn the Coast.
Dock Superintendent II. 0. Morso,
of the Hallway wharf, prmented tlio
thelt yexliidny of sonio Banllnes by
n Pmlii nit.in When Mr, Moiso found
Iho mnn trliiR to tnrry off tlio snr
dlncH. be slopped hint, niul ( ailed for
n pulli email In the Pollui Court, Iho
Porto Hlenii wns given 21 dns In Jail,
Wlim linger Denlson, who hns ebiirgu
of tbo pillioad doeks, ileilnres that
bunli,pi,y men thoughtlessly hct n had
'xanipbi to laboieis by HinnKIng, ((Mi
liary to ordeis, nn tlio whnryes, A
speilnl policeman Is hired to enfilrco
the rillo. but It Is haul to keep men
f i om ( noting on tlio docks with clgnrn
in their moiilbs, nnd to iiiiillniiously
Iitiv-i tn remind them to stop smoking
Is trotihlesomo nnd ctnlmrrnHsIng to
nil imierned, ho declares.
Perhnps jon nre n collector of pos
t.il cuds if not you ought to he The
fad hns come to stny nml Is both In
ttnuthe nnd enterlalCng. Loose
iniilh lose half their value. Tliey
should he plnivd In nn album, whein
they inn bo propel ly displayed. You
will he Interested In our lino of albums
If you mn liiteicsted ill postal mills.
'I be pages of the albums aie so pro
pnieil tint the comets of the cmds uio
lilted Into hilts nud may be rcmrAcd
foi liispeillon nt miy lime without lu
any way ibiinaylnt' elthei the mrd or
the allium. Honolulu l'holo-HuppI)
r'TOi rr'N -' r- rr'r M tihiMWiMiitutitiirtMmtMiVti'ii
glasses you want
made by. us will
and guaranteed so.
A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Building, Fort St,
over May A. Co.
linwnllnn Iron Fence ctiVlonumcnt VVorku
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ., 176-160 KINO 8T. PHONE 287.
Ladrones On Warpath
(.1 "Elicit J'rrm Kirc(nl Cnhlr)
Manila. April in I lie lonslnbulnry
lie-idipiarlcrH nt Malolos has been nt
talked li) ladmio- niul three members
of Hip conitabubirj nml ouo ladrouv
ftsjor'ttrit 'rem fyirrln! Cable)
Washington. April 111. Sei retny of
Slnlc Hoot bus In en usKiired that itiis
iila is iiiloptlnK' prei.iutlons to proe nt
untl-Jewlsli irlHliiKS nt Hnster.
f.l(irl.ilrd 'rriiflprenl Cithlr)
llelgrade. fiifrvla, April 1C Tnnnls
koiiih, the leader of I be regicides, luu
been ret I rid from the arm).
Lynchers Are Jailed
Mnorf.ilcrl 1'ren Racial CnMr)
SprliiBlleld, Missouri. April 1C Tin
inoli leaders huo been Jailed, and
wholesale nrrciits nro planned.
Mmtnrfrifril 1'rro Rjicrlul Coble)
WiishliiKlon, April Hi Tlio total im
migration for Mnnh fools up 132,21a,
Police Shoot Strikers
f,t (inflii fit l'rr Kpcclal Cable)
JohiiHlown, l'n April 111. A'luoh of
stilklitK miners nttempteU to resells
unionist rioters from tlio police, anil
four weie shot nud killed.
Honolulu, T. II., April 12, lOOH.
tl W .Smith. i:i., President Mer
Sir. The committee appointed
to collect money to defray tlio ex
penses of Iho 3 (dogates hum Hono
lulu 'o Washington, D. C, solcitcil to
endeaxor to obtain n refund of 75 per
cent, per miniim for twenty years of
the IVilernl iiillecllnns In tbo Teirl
tor beg to report n follows:
Amount collected $ U,nrTj.9.r
As pet Htaiemi'nt of J. It.
Rait, U insurer of delega
tion ; 5,lfiC9
Pnssngo four ilclcgales ... MO UO
Premium mi oxchango .... 2U.40
l.envlnj; a balanco nf....$ 1,907.49
wlili h we liuvu turned ocr to Iho
Promotion Committee nn per slgiied In
strut thins from tho doiinrs of tlio
Tlio enmmlttco wishes to extend III
thanks to the subscriber for their gen
erous contributions, mid cougrntulateg
tho di legation on Its economical ex
pi'iu'ltiiru whllo engaged mi n mission
lb.lt should puio highly beni'IUbll In
this Teiilloiy, Uespectfiilly submit
JAMHS T. MOitOAN,
J, 0 UOTHWKLL.
j. p. cooki:.
Time iiuiro earsof Hoosinell and
Bonn thing will be doing In every one of
tin in, If ou Keep wall li. New York
OWN A LIBRARY
Not a Carnegie Library, but the
works of your favorite authors, at
home where you could put your hands
on a book to suit any mood. Books
of humor to Jolly you up; poems far
thoughtful moments; history arid
works of like nature for study; and
standard novels by celebrated writers
that are as far above most of the pop
ular slush of today as a Turner paint
ing Is above a common chromo.
You can buy your library on the
easy-payment plan and remember,
even though you make a small begin
ning, a library soon grows.
8ee the display In the window of
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co. on Fort
St. below King, and Imagine such a
library in your own home with books
of your own choosing.
Wm, C. Lyon Co.,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets uplUlrs,
entrance on Hotel-street.
8AFE8, IRON FENCE
SOME MORMONS DIFFERENT
Tlio report of the Kedernl (Ira nil Jury
mi the possibility of the local Mormon
Cbuith'H being In part responsible, for
tho frequent enses of bigamy found
here hns brought forth thu distinction
between the two branches of thu
chtirth which exist here. Tho actual
Mormons nre represented hero la
Ere it number, but. on the oilier hand,
then Is also n largo congregation of
tlio He-formed Church of l.ntler Day
tinlnls. wlili h has ilcdiK'dly put IU
foot down ngnlnst bigamous nnd piv
MORMONS AND BIQAMY
(Ci)titlniinl fmm l'ago 1.)
of tho evidence roncernlnE them, how
ever, wns henrsny, and wo discovered
no mini lent reasons nr giouuds for re
Several enses before us, lio-rver,
hnvc led us t,i bellevo thnt for soma
lensnn or other tho laws of tho United
.States of America relative to marring
nre being (onslnntly lolat ed. Wheth
er this lolntloii Is the result of the
teachings of tho church In ipi'stlon, or
whether It Is tlio result of other causes
we nro unnblo to say.
In nny event, we urge Hint tlio rep
resentatives of tbo Department of Jus
tice of tlio United Klntes of America
In Honolulu, to-wlt. tlio United States
Mnrrhnl and tbo United BtatCH District
A tin pry, inutliiuo to exenlsc tlio vlgl
lance they have shown In Iho past on
these offenses, nml that they vigorous.
ly prosecute ull violations of the mnn
rlage laws which shall ho brought to
The expeditious manner In which wo
hnvo been enabled to perform our du
ties has been duo to the efforts of thn
represenlntlves of tho Department of
Justice, nnd wo desire to express In
them our appreciation of the manner
in which their duties hnvo been per
formed. Jniors ns n rulo desire expe
dition In court matters, nud always
nppnclntn tho efforts of officials tn
Charles 11. Wells, Indictment, em
bezzlement I'. O. money order funds.
Wong Hon, Wong Koclc Yll, Done
Ton, nnd Chung Clieo;ig. indictment,
eonsptincy to commit a crime against
the United States.
Leo Hn Keo, Indictment, ndultery.
Dal rook Tnl, Indictment, bigamy.
Mokimhl, Indictment, hlpimy.
Mclo Knbaleole, otherwise called
Emily Ahln, otherwise called Emely
Anne Ahln, Indictment, hlgnmy.
Ilu Naknto, Indictment, llllct distil
ling. Judge Dolo then discharged the Jur
ors rendering his thanks to them for
their work, In about tho following language-
"I desire to oxpress my nppreclntlon
of the mpld wink done by tbo Jury nnd
to tt (ink In belinlf of tbo public for
faithfulness and tho good work done,
nn; only in enscs which wore brought
tn Its attention, hut also In other mat
ters. "Tho eases In regnrd to violations of
tho marriage Inws nro matters of great
Interest to tho representatives of tho
Unlled Blntes (lovernniont In this Ter
rltory, nml I mn glad to Itnvn tlio at
tention 'of tho Court called to tho ques
tion of thn Mormon faith.
"Tho Mormons camo hero In the
time of King Knmchnmchn thn Fifth.
Tliuy nsKed for permission tn oxerclsa
their faith here, and wcro lold that as
this country permitted tho exercise of
lellglotis fiecdom, there would bo nl
lowed to do so as long as they did not
violate Iho local laws. With this nn-
l(lc'rrlmidlng' they wcro permitted to
rsinniisii menisci es ucro mm inuj
nnile mnny converts,
"Slnco tbon tho government has
changed, but thu law remains, and It
thnt iiuilcistandlng has been violated,
It Is a matter of deep Importance not
only to tho United States but nlsn tn
'ho Territory, mid this Court will bo
vlgllnnt In eases of this kind, which
may arise. I thank tho Jury for golne
Into tho matter."
Evening Bulletin 75d P"" month.
.. t - ' '-
His Counsel, Achi, Says
, ARRANGES PRELIMINARIES
v v. .
CHAIRMAN AND DEFENDANT'8 AT.
CALL3 FOR INVESTI
GATION. County liefldminrtcrR ns crowded
Inst night when tho Hoard of Hupcrvls
ors, for the first time hi Us existence,
knl ns 'a hoard of Impeachment.
Deputy Hhcrlff Kekiiolm of Koolau.
ns tbo result of n petition signed hy
eltlrens, supported by nltldavlts, Is the
Mibject ol the proceedings, 'charged
Willi malfeasance In offlid. Sherllf
llrown, Deteotlve fioytie nnd Otfuer
Leal ileclnro that Kekuuhn rrglectcd
bis diity In n jbameful manner III con
nection with :i Jnpnnese murder rnso
nt Kiihnku. ttorney W, W. Thu)er
hays Kekuoha Is n -rascal mid innkol
ullldavlt, with specinciktions;' and n
Koolau family on oath deposes that
Kekuoha tried to mnko money out ot
n little lovu affair between a Chinese
nml their daughter.
Kekuoha wns present. He woro nn
immense smile mid n flower In bis button-bole
All tho Hupcrvlsors, save Andrew
Cox of Walolua, were present.
County Attorney K. A. Dotithltt was
In evidence, ready to guiuo the Hoard
safely through Its new experience.
Charles Achi, attorney for Kekuo
ha, wns very mych In evidence, ready
10 guide his client through his now ex
perience. Chairman dro. W. Smith, "Juilge"
Smith, ns some remarked outside the
bearing of the lionnrhblo body, an
nounced to his olllclnl brethren of tho
Hoard, or bench, tbo purpine of their
assembly, wheictiputi Supervisor Mooic
offered tho following resolution:
"Whereas, On the lOlli day of April,
190G, u petition for tho remowil hum
otllco of George itekiiuoha, lCsip, tho
duly elected Deputy Sheriff of tho Dis
trict of Kuolnulou, Island nnd County
of Oaliu, wns presented to this Hoard,
nml which said petition wns signed by
morn than twenty-live (ZS) ntihllfled
electors within the District of Kuuluu
loa. County of Oaliu, which said peti
tion requested this Hoard to romovO
the said tlcorgo Kekniiohn from olllce
upon tlie ground ot mnlfeasniiie com
mitted by him In iinlre, and his mal
administration of the same, and
"Whereas, In support uf said petition
corttilu affidavits werv annexed to the
same and made part tlicreor, nnd
"Whereas, It Is the desire of thu
Hoard of Supervisors of tho County of
Oahu that tho chniges, statement).,
matters and things contained In iho
suld affidavits bo Investigated by the
Hoanl of Supervisors of tills county;
now, therefore, he It
"Itesohed, That tho County Attorney
be Instructed to draw up formnl arti
cles of Impeachment nnd charges
against blm, the said Ocorge Keknii
ohn, based upon sold nllldavlts afore
said; and be It further
"Hcsolvcd, That when tho County At
torney shall have drawn up said arti
cles of Impeachment mid charges as
iihote set forth, that n copy of tho same
bo sent lo tho Mild (Icorgo Kekntioha
hy the County Clerk of tho County of
Oahu, and that said (Icorgo Kekntioha
be notified nnd directed to unhenr mill
Answer the said articles bt Impeach
ment mid i barges ten (10) days after
tho service of the same upon him; mid
bu It further
"Itesohed, That tho County Attorney
of the Count Of Oaliu be, nnd he Is
hereby niithorlzrd, empowered nnd di
rected to prosecute tho said charges
ngnliiBt the said (Icorgo Kekniiohn be
foro the Hoard of Supervisors ot tho
County of Oahu, sitting us n board of
Achi, following tho reading of thu
resolution, Jumped In with n demurrer.
lie waB told to wait, the Hoard was not
yet u board of Impeachment, the reso
lution not having been adopted.
Supervisors Archer nud Adams
thought the Hoard bad enough to go
ahead on; that the petition, supported
by tbo attlduvlts, wns ull thnt was re
quired for tho Hoard to go ahead.
Again Achi edged In and demanded
to be lieaid.
Conslileiuhlo discussion followed as
to whether, the petition mid affidavits
constituted sutllclciit charges or wheth
er u formal chuige should ho inude,
during which Ailii wns asking to bo
heard and Clialiman Smith wns nslclutf
blm to be quiet.
Adams moved Hint they become a
board of Impenchmvut ami tho motion
was curried mid Cliuirmun Snilth uf
the Hupervltors wn niddo chairman uf
the hoard Of Impeachment
Then At hi let loose bis guns nndilo
da led the board liad no Jurisdiction. Is
tb.) case, bliiio Kckunbn had nut been
elected to lounty olllco.
Smith snld Ko kiinhn was nut yet on
trial mid thnt he, Achi, merely bad tlio
Hour through Cuutttay. Tula was re
peated un several occasions In the next
"Was Kekuoha elected to olllco 7"
"Ilu was elected by liH district to J
district utile o. not by the Comity tu 4
Coduty olllce," tald Achi.
"Was lie elected? Answer my ijues
tlon by 'yes' or 'no,'" said Hinllli
Achi would not answer by "yes" or
"no," mid Smith finally Instructed Iho
County Clerk to tuko no notice of nuy
thing further Achi might My
The resolution prepared by County
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Secretary Wood Talks
VALUE OF CONTEST FOR
FREETOURS IS EYIBENT
AID OF CITIZEN8 18 NEEDED DY
THE COMMITTEE IN WORK
FOR HAWAII'S IN-
Secretary It r. Wood of the Promo
tion Committee has under considers
Hon n vnrlety of plans for more thor
oughly advertising tho Hawaiian Is
lands as n superior 'pleasure resort.
These plans nre yet in tho embryo
stnte.but from them It Is possible sonio
ilellnlle method may evolve.
Tlio value of some method of con
testing for free lours to tho Islands has
been Illustrated in the (election by a
I'ortlnnd paper of the girls sent on n
trip from Oregon, and this bnH givcp
Mr. "Wood tho opinion that some way
of promoting similar contests in tlm
cllffercnt states should bo adopted.
If some Inducement cnu be made to
pnpers in various States to hold nil
until voting contests for free trips to
these Islands, th6 results would be of a
most gratifying nature, Mr. Wood be
lieves. Just how tbo matter could bo
brought beforo Hie papers, Is something
that would have to be solved at a later
time If thn plan ran materialize.
Another method of creating con
tests for free tours to tho Islands lias
been suggested, but the plan hns ct
no definite details. It Is to tend agents
to each stnto to promote, contests by
voting, a small price to bo charged for
each vote Of the money thus collected
a cerlnln percentage ran be given to
the newspapers for their nld nnd thr
test can be used to defray the expenses
of the tour and those of the agent whu
conducts the campaign,
in the recent contest conducted by
the I'ortlmnt paper, every section of
the State was interested iu what would
be the final outcome. To enthuse tho
various contestants, detailed descrip
tions of tho Islands nnd the wonders
thnt exist here were published from
time to time. 1'iople who lived In Or
egon nt the time, declare that the In
terest thus nrouscd caused the distri
bution of much Information concern
ing the Hawaiian country, nnd tbls has
caused Mr. Wood to glvo seriaiu
thought to that for mot advertising.
"Wo who live In Hawaii nro so fa
miliar with the i auditions hern thnt we
nro apt to forget that many people In
the Slates hnve but little conception o
tho various nttrnctlous that sxlit hers,"
snld Mr. Wood. "Thus wo must llud
some means of educating people con
cerning this country.
"To put the Hawaiian Islands prop
erly beforo the people or tho mainland,
we need tho assistance uf everybody In
terested In the welfaro of the country.
If thorn Is anyono who has a new Idea
that will nld us In this work, ho should
contribute it to tho Promotion Cum
"People going from hero to the main
land could hn of n wonderful lot of nlil
It they would. They could let us sup
ply them with advertising mutter Hint
they could glvo to people who cxprcts
interest tn this country.
"Inquiries by mall nro steadily In
creasing, ami we can get them In still
larger numbers If wo make the effort
If each person going to the Stntes on
n trip would take) duwn tlio names nnJ
addresses uf overy person they meet
who nre Interested Iu these Islands
they would materially aid us In th
work wo dro carrying on."
Jano Wlthorspobr), (laughter oft tho
president, la tlio title rolu In "Tho Col
lego Widow," Bho Is a young lady
who has captivated many of tlio col
lege lads and has won hearts and bro
ken them, whereof tho titlo, "Tho Col
lego Widow." Of course, nil tho girls
like her, but do not fall to show, at cv
try turn, how Jealous they nro of her,
on account of her success with tho
Hesslo Tanner Is tho typical college)
athletic girl, nlways with tennis, rack
et or golf sticks. Kbo Is always In tho
air mid sunshine, and Is tho picture of
robust health, Shu also has a falling
for col I ego lads and In tho last act
picks out one Iu particular. Full of
life, and fun, she Is ready nt nil times
fur n frolic, mid doesn't miss a trick.
' Mrs. Dalzclle, the Chnperone, is till)
Idol of tho girls ub a ehaperune. for
sho enjoys thd ftuf nnd gaiety ns pinch,
if not more, than they do, And Isn't
It ipiecr, sho also has n particular
fondness for tho boys nnd doesn't fall
to di monstruto It ns cadi opportunity
And Flora Wiggins, whoso mother
Inkea in boarders, plays a prominent
part In tho comedy scenes. Sho Is,
as sho terms It, n woman who has suf
fered, for even though tho now college
lads have paid attentions to her, they
forget her oh soon ns they meet thu
college girls. And sho Is forever dun
ning Mr. Sulmngo for Iho board bill
Thr i allege girls' names nml town
glrln nro nlwnys In evidence, curious
tn know of all that Is going on and
eagei at all times to Join lu thn spurt.
It Is needlcsH to say they nro there at
all limes when things nro doing.
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