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BVENWO .BtTIABTlN. HONOt.OLn, T It , THURSDAY. NOV. 15. 1904.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
0 n. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree 7.30
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 1, I. 0. O. F.
Mecta cvrrj Mond.tr evening at 7:30
in i u. o t nan, rort street.
i: 11. 1PKNDRY. Becrctnrj.
c o uorir.u N o
All visiting bro'hera vexj cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ( P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'rlock In K. of P. Hall, K,f
itrict. VUltlnir brothers cordially In
rlted to attend
F. WALDRON, K.U.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. l P.
Meets ever? Friday evenlrs; at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers ol Mystic Lodc, No. 2, Wm. Me
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
A. D. DOND. C. C.
A. 8. KENWAY. K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODQC 6IB, 1..P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. tit, D. P. O. B.,
Ill meet In their ball, ,m Miller
scd Beretanla streets, etery Friday
Dy order of the 12. n.
HARRY II. SIMPSON,
it. R. MURRAY, ER.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
":S0 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, King
-treat. Visiting brothers cordially In
vito to attend.
,.. M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. L
J Meets on the Ind and 0i WUDNUS
71 (DAY evenings or each month at 7:30
V O'clock In K. of P. Hall. Klne strict.
Visiting Eaglej are Invited tc- at
BAM McKKAOOE. W.P.
II. T. MOORE. W. Becj
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. O. F
Hall Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R,
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Mcota every second nnd fourth Wn-
n'sday of onch month at San An.nnia
I tail, visiting brothers cordially in
lStt to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE. Pres.
E. V TODD, Seny.
When your delivery
wagon is made to fill the
exact needs of your busi
ness, you have "convey,
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
make It just as you want
It. We can give you an
7 QUEEN 6T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX 103.
C. W. ZCIGLCfl Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern bUGAR MA
CHINCRY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES tor Irrigation
purpose i specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to 4PB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
W. R PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing,
Housepaintlng, Paperhannlng, Grain
Ing, Kalsomlnlng, Bilck, Cement and
I..-. AIl Al... ...III. VJUUIUI tl.a
MBIUIIV TIMini Wll',l V-MM flUMMV, m-j
r alnii natnlMi- mrtir llntrl Mnti tliilnn
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'atreeta. PHONC MAIN nil
4 t irfi nrnnrminn nwnui , rsnv mn
TURITY CO., LTD,
Mul tfiUt, Morlgiu. Loans and In
Offlctl Melbtyrs Hldg, Honolulu, T.ll
ty 0, BOX SO. PHOHB MAIN H
UUULIllHJ AU, I'AY "TPat
V- TK. flM A!nil
i M1tl HOtll Wii
ait, lost, a aa "
- 1101 COACH T?
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? r f 6- awl
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Elastic Carbon Paint
to be unexcelled (or roofing purposes
of every description It makes a roof,
be It metal, canvas, wood, felt or
shingle, impervious to water; makes
p splendid appearanee on metal roofs,
fills the seams and small holes mak
ing them perfectly water proof, pre
venting formation of rust. We guar
antee to patch any leak or hole from
the size of a pin-head to two feet
square. This may appear as an exag.
geration, but we are willing to dem
onstrate the truth of It by staking the
Equally serviceable for the follow
ing purposes: Iron fences, gutters
and copings, ctccl bridges, ship's bot
toma. farming Implements, sugar re
fineries, iron and ctccl structures.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
For Over 60 Years
tia prn liurd fnr itv BtVTtf
YI-AKB hv MILLIONS of Mothers
lKfl. with n. rfprt ,npp.M. IP
hOOTlii-t. tbo.CIHM), bOKTENB S
ino itu?isAi.i.A ail pain.
l.NU CUL1C, End H th-j
by DnifritUts la every part of U
world. Jlo auro nnd nak for Mn
loslow'it Rootbtotf Syrnpand take
: iciau. sj unis a aetue.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU 8T. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PREB8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1348 FORT OTREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
thio market. Try It
IIAYSCLDLN rODACGO COMPANY,
Al LANIll.n YOUMO HI.IJO,
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY,
yW-'Tir Mint" dills on ii( s
tin indium hiho,
Nothing Is so much In the way In a
house as a musical Instrument which'
no present member of the family
plays. And nothing Is easier to sell
or exchange, through a Bulletin want
i ad. than a musical Instrument.
PAY YOt'R TAXHS AT ONCC.
Autos for hire nt Tcr. Stables
Mnko tip n tallylm pnrty for Wnll.jle.
lint cup of lufiee in the city. Nom
Llll'n Poultry l'ooil nnd prcpirn-
iioiih nt a j. Dm s.
After roller slntlng go to the Cob neb
Cafe nml liar for refreshments.
Clork of Hip Teileral Court Hntch
was) not at bis office this morning,
Honolulu f'li.tntrr, It. A ,M will hac
u regular session tblx nftcrnuon nt S
A notice to rrrilllora of the cslato of
1 -on In Marlcx, deceased, Is publlsheil In
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Top
ular. $1, $1.00 nnd 2 per week. 1313
A Bpecl.il fniturn of the carmen's
ibnco will be bng-ilie neinnijiaiilinriiU
by Piper l'rnscr.
the Claudlno nrrlxcd early this
morning from her regular run, with n
big (misctigcr lift
.liiitgo Dote being Indleiuucd the Ted-
cral Court h ndnurncil Ibis morning
till Monday nt 10 n in.
A coltngo of tlireo bedrooms, lth nil
modern tomcnlcnccs on llerclnnla
klrect Is for rent. Sec ml this libiic
Panama, straw, Ilnnnllan, felt nnd
silk hats, cleaned nnd ircscl nt the
Expert Hit Cleaner, op Club Stables.
I low aril V. Adams ban retired from
the management of the Zoo nnd entered
the employ of W C Peacock - Co,
In the case of llnnnana Kiiolum n
Kemalla Holt nnd (Icorco II. Holt, mi
appeal lias been t-ikcti to the Supicnlo
I WnlltIM Inn is now on nod by W. C.
tlcrgln. Accommodations, Biipnllen
and attendanco absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Tho Queen mreet sknllng rink Is
open eery ccnlng nnd Vcdncndny
and Saturday afternoons. Special mu
sic Wedneidny nnd Saturday crnlngs.
leiilerit mo ttiinled fnr furnishing
supplies to Oihu prison nnd Honolulu
Jail for one jcir beginning Saturday,
December 1, 1000 See niht on pago h.
"Arnblc" nppllcd to Iron roof re
times temperntnro ns mucli as 3S de
grees. Thin has been ancrtalncd by
actual teat. California 1'ecd Co,
Italnlcr beer Is refreshing nnd spark
Hug. It glcs renewed life to run down
constitutions, I'nnmtiti for lis purlt
C I). KelMiii, agent. 'Phono Whlto
The steamer Kc Au Hon arrhed nt
I 30 n, in. from Hawaii ports She
brought no passengers. Her inrgn In
eluded llilily head of cattle nnd ten
Judgo dear sajs that Instead of atk-
Ing for n recount Shcrlg Drown mn
nsk for mi rntlro new county clcrtlon
llelielleM's tli.it t hlsiould eabll be ob
tained The sale of fanc work nnd dolls nl
Central Union Pair on Sntuiday will
commence nt 2 o'clock p m ulinr,i.
Nothing will bo sold beforo that hour
nnd nothing will bo rcscned.
As tho boniimn hns cut nut one trip
the Siberia will bo the Thanksglliit
boat. l,eno an order nt Wells, I'argo
olllco for n selcrtcd hunch of bananas
or n crate of iliolco pineapples.
.Mr I'raiRls Lewis Hatch, clcrl: of
lliu United Slates District Court, nnd
Miss Annie Whitney wcro married nt
the homo of the brldo's parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Preil Whllnc), -yesterday
Among, the, passengers who nrrheil
on the Mlowcru thin mornliig was Mrs
Steel, who, with her child, conies to
Join her husband In Honolulu, tj. II.
tlrelg, the "King of Tunning Island,
arrhed with his wife.
The HeaBldo hns plenlv of surl
boards, surf canoes, Canadian canoes
etc, which lire at the disposal of its
guests Remember that tho best bath
Ing nnd tho best fciuf for board riding 13
directly In front of tho Seaside.
Hriwall Chapter No 1, Order of Kit
mehameba, will hold n special meet'
ing this Thursday evening nt 7:30
o'clock In tho Odd rellows' building
on Port street for the transaction of
business nnd tho administration of de
gree.!. Captnln Parker, of tho hteamer Claud'
liii, rcporti that on lust Monday nt
Hlln ho sighted n bark standing Ir,
about scion miles distant She put nut
to Kei ngaln, however, nml Captain
Parker Is at u loss to Imagine what nlic
was or what she was doing there.
'I ho Hawaiian Hoard believes that
Rev Stephen Desha has resigned In
order to take the place of Itcv 13, 8
rimotco ns traveling evangelist It
Is not known jet whether the Hllo ion
grcgatlon will accept Desha's leslgna
ttou It lias refused lo do mi nu fount r
'I ho C.-A S S Mlnvvern, Captain
Hemming, arrived eiuly this morning
from tho Colonies, en roiilo foi Victoria
nml Vniiioiivcr Shu Hulled fiom Syd
ney October 29, nml her run up, was a
pleasant nun with nu but weather Oil
November 7 "ho pissed llm r.teamalilp
WhIIIb and on tho St li the Dulto of
Cl.ncaiKo wa,i alglilad
'IIiIr mnriiliiK it poor old Chliiiiumn
was bioiiRlil licfnru Pirsldciit Pliiklimii
of llm lloiinl nf Health I In liml In en
iiiiihIU pudillliiK llli lontruiy to llm
law 'llm old fellow win iieuily blind
uml wua In mull n loudlllnn Unit II
kciihmI i no iiiihIi in in il let liny imuUli
Mnl nn lilm nml I'rwliluit I'liililimu
iinliiiil Uml ho be i yi) vli ii twini
IliK I'l HIIh i una nr Vi'iiulublu bill
Hers are two eyeglasses, one fitting
the nose correctly. the
other Incorrectly, There Is no one
eyeglass that will fit alt noses, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best suited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N, SANFORD
BOSTON BUILDING, FOfiT 8TREET,
Over May & Co.
M0NUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO. 17H80 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
loMo, Nov II Tho Satsum.i. Hit
I'lrgcst battleship. In the world, wan
hunched estcrda.v The event was n
historical one, the Hmperor nml the
Crown Prince- being pivuit Tho S.it
LUiiui exceeds the Dlc.idnoiiglit In to.iu
age nml power.
ROODS CAUSE MVD
Seattle. Nov II, The floods In the
Piijallup valley liuvii cost tdx. Uvea nnd
n million dollars' ilimiiges. Three hmi.;nHkCl, tt1Ilt (ho next nctl(m lo ,)0 laU.
urrii rm inie nines nin nunrtnii nun n
wore of towns. Including Sciltlc. nro
cut off from transportation facilities
Odessa Nov II 11 c terrorists, one
n girl, have been lourtmaitlaleil lieie
'two, Iniliidlug tho gill, haw been sen
tuned to death mid two to penal bcrvl
Last Liverpool, Ohio. Nov. H (!er-
trudci linker bus nccepled the position
of librarian of tho government library
New York, Nov II Senator Plait
and wife hnvo signed a deed of sep.ir.i
I.KMIH, strike mm
Kansas City, November II Dele'
gates representing 33,000 employes mid
forl-llvc rnllroids west of Chicago,
mo In Fcsslon here, dellbt ruling over
propo"ed demands for an Increase of
ROCKFEUEft'S MlliltK DEAD
CiinncB. Krunce, Nov. U Mre.
Charles Strom;, n ilanchler of John I).
Rockefeller died hero esteidny of it
MORE MAGNATES INDKTED
I'lndlay, O Nov, Ml Indictments'
for violating the anti-Trust law have
been found against John D. Rockefeller
und four others
Colon Nov II President Roosevelt
hns milvcd lieie to Inspect tho work
on thn I'iiiiiiinu mill, lie was gieetcd
by (leu Amuiloi und Chairman Shouts
of thn CiiiiiI ('nmmlHhltm Tnduy he
will view tin piuBKKs of the canal en
Icrpilue 0UIIL1Y COMPANY
(Contliiued from Paa I )
llm romp mi in uiuililc In tuiiao tint re
turn uf I he iiisiruiumitH nt llm presi nl
limn, but In vlw of llm Infill mllvlty
liiMiinl nldlng Hut iininl In iidiin lu
lluiiiiliilii mm iiiu iniiimii)'H lutmuil
pfforl to MTiiru u niieeily inlurn nf
llm liimiuiii.i, . niici:in lni iu
ili'lu) in Hi. ihuiiwi will h of llinllul
'llio cm.paii, u ,it!y hIIIIUU (h
Time To Order
Several customers have already or
dered GIFT BOOKS for Christmas de
livery. It's a matter of forethought
that resulta In presenting what they
want to give and the recipient getting
what he will appreciate. Delay means
a hurried visit to aome store at' the
last moment and the purchase of aome
glmcrack altogether unsatisfactory.
Whether It's a single volume or a set
of hooka you wish to present, we can
show you the styles of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the boll-
"y- . fl
FOR CASH OR EA8Y PAYMENTS.
Wm, G. Lyon Go.
COR. TORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
Illrnk books of all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
'Isblng Company. '
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
fulfill nny obligation to which It may
be or become liable under lis bond, the
utmost rxtint of which la case tho
InMriimenls lire actually returned In
good condition, though nt a lato dato,
It believes will be measured by tho
actual damage caused by tho delay.
SMITH &. I.HWIS,
Attornca for tho United States
I'ldelily . tluarnntco Co.
Tho nbovn letter wns received shcirt
1 lifter noon today by Attorney Ocn
ernl Peters, acting as nttorncy for Col,
Jones of thn National Guard. When
en would lie, ho stated that ho was un
able to say until ho bad conferred with
Tho letter wAs In rcsponso to n do
mind made by Col. Jones for tho In
ternments, nml, receiving no reply, Pc
torn notlflcil the representatives of the
Mircl) company that ho desired nu an
swer beforo noon todny or ho would
Thero seems to bo no particularly
new featuto In tho collection for tho
band fund, tho nrtton nf tho Chamber
of Commerce having thrown rather a
damper on tho situation, ns It was ex
I eeteil to take tho matter up nnd com
plcto It nt once. Just who will tnko
charge Is not settled nt present.
(lovernor Carter Is not In town nnd
to ho hns not been nrtlvo In tho mat
ter, but It Is expected Hint n meeting
of men who nro Interested In tho mat
ter will be held this afternoon.
Hint the hill which sent tho bund
to tho mainland Is responsible for all
the hills incurred on the trip Is certain
according In good Information, Thero
Is n special partnership law In this
Territory by which' n company may
limit Us liabilities, but in order to avail
Itself of this law, papers must ho filed
with tho Treasurer and In this enso
It has not been done.
HAWAIIANS TURN IN
(Continued from Page 1)
turned In by the Kiiinchamchn Lodge
nnd tho Olwl o Hnunll society, amount
lug In ut least $100 each nnd probably
inoi e 'llieso funds will bo further
swelled by tho receipts from the Kail
(lien Club concert, the Kiiwnllinu dice
Club dance, nnd tho performance of tho
Sisters of Hawaii Ponol,
In the me Ultimo J R. (lull und I'. W,
.Mnifiirlmio look tho bull by tho hot lis
on their own book todny by circulating
n hiibscriidlon list iimong the biulnosa
houses IrMs the intention of tho Hn-
vvrillitn societies to add their fund to the
money collected by Clalt und Mncfar
lane, and In this way It seems certain
that tho needed money will boon bo at
The Campaign Funds
are probably almobt depleted. It's
Just tho opposite with us our fall
stock of suitings are most complete,
There are oome handsome patterns
among them ,md tho fall color tones
flellfi come in and look Jt them, II
you ordei, we'll guarantee lo fit,
W. W. Aliana & Co.,
til King at,
CIIOMU ULUL' jtnii Pi o, no oao,
I HAN BAND
Chamber of Commerce Is
Not Ready To Start
At the meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce held cslcrday afternoon
Hint' body refused In a most decided ef
fort to take nn) part In raising money
wllh which to bring back the bain!
Thu view generally expressed was Hint
tho ten men who tent tho band to the
Const should be the ones to Inko the
Initiative mid that they should cither
put up tho necessary money themselves
or should raise It by subscription. Ten
ncy J'cck made n strong speech oh this
matter nnd wns the leader In tho action
which was taken by tho Chamber.
Tho only mnn opposed to tho ncllon
was J It. Halt nnd ho was perfect!)
frank In saying to and made n short
address that brought several othcl
members to their feet with explanations
nnd caused Iciiney Peck to nsk that
tho rcmnrks be kept out of Hiq news
pnpers, no one Bccmlng lo ngrcc wllh
him on this mnttci, however.
The Idnd situation was taken up
through tho report of tho special com
mittee of which Mr. Peck wns chair
man, lie rend the cables which had
been sent and received, nil of which
have already been published In tho local
papers with the exception of one frow
Mr. Morgan which stated that the banu
would reach Reno )c3tcrdny and would
play there In n theater till November
18 and asking for further Instructions.
J. R. (Inlt stated that ho thought
that the Chamber of Commcrco should
take some netinn In tho matter.
Mr. Peck stated that he believed thai
Hip band could nnd might be brought
lurk on n transport, thus relieving the
situation ns far ns spending n great
amount of money.
Ho staled that ho had learned that
tho band had been sent by a hill of
local men. These men were to nhnro
half nnd half In nil the profits of the
band, but were not to bo responsible
for their losses beyond tho money
which they had put up, 15000. Ho went
on lb say:
"These men may not ho responsible
to tho county for tho return of the band
bojs ns county employees, In a. legal
cense. They may not bo legally liable
to tho members of tho band as for nny
snl.nilcs which may rcriinln unpaid, hut
nro they not mornlly responsible to
themselves and to tho community as
business men nnd ns gentlemen? Have
they not n certain nmount of reliability
they not n certain nmount of responsi
bility In this matter?
"I believe Hint It Is tho part of these
ten men to appeal to tho public, If
they nro unable to furnish the funds,
and to raise tho money themselves
through subscriptions. Still I da nut
bellova that It Is tho place of thct
men to sit by nnd mnko tho members uf
tho band, whom they sent away, oh
jcrts of charity In this community. It
Is tho duly of this hut to furnish as
sistance nnd not of the Chamber of
"1 do not llko tho Idea which has
bctn expressed Hint tho Chamber of
Commerce and tho Merchants' Assoclit
Hon should bo used ns cntspaws to pull
tno chestnuts out or tho fire for ten
men who went Into tho mutter simply
to make money, though they may hnvc
had some Idea that they wcro doing
promotion woik nt tho barrio time. I
wish to offer n resolution Hint Hi"
Chamber of Commerce tnko no nct'M)
in this matter and tho raising of sub
scrlptlons ho left to private persons n1
to the press. Let them havo tho glory
"1 do not hcllcvo that It Is right for
ten men to go Into a theatrical ven
turn nnd then lay down nnd nsk Hie
Chamber of Commerce to heln them out
of tho hole In which they hnvo got
themselves and others." (K. M. Swan-
xy: Hear, henr; hcai, henr),
Gcorgo w. Smith stated that hu
thought tho entlro matter wns one
which was savored more of wind und
brass than anything else.
K I. Spalding moved ns nn nmeml
ment to tho resolution that tho Cham
her "take no action In rcgaul to tho
band." This motion was voted on nnd
passed. O. W. Smith, JJ H. Paxton, A
flarvle. I, T Peck, W. A. Rowen anil
li I. Spalding otlng for tho mollou
inrt J R. Gait alone being against It,
Then came tho sensation of the meet
Ing. J R. Gait rose and said:
"t wish 'to go on record as opposing
that motion ns I do not und will not
brllove that tho return of the band Is n
iniutcr or no public Interest."
'Icnney Peck Immediately Jumped to
nis icoi unci In u rather excited mnn
her stated Hint ho did not wish lo hnvft
that Btntcmcnt published ns ho did not
mean Hint by bis resolution. Ho atntnii
that he simply wished that tho chum.
ber of Cnmmcno should not tuku tho
rusucr up but that personally ho wns
willing In give townrds n fund r,tiiilad
ny Hie presn or mijono but thu Cham,
II I Hptldlng then took his nun ut
explaining llo snhll
"I fully uppiciliiln llm servlirs nf thr
bund uml iindciitttiiiil thut they are not
klmjily it htrullliiK iruiipo (if mimlilunif
nut iiiu vliinilly llm winds uf llm cum
muni) hut iln ma hflluvi' llm the
I'limnl'itr of cniiuimiru MmuM u ml llio
nunhii lima of s mumuii nn Dm
J. , (lull llllll sllllud)
"If the hand Is stranded as wo nre
told I should lllcc to do my part to
wards bringing them back here. I
cabled yesterday' to San Francisco ask
ing for n rnlo for tho forty-four men
from Salt Lnltb to Honolulu. Tho ratn
from Salt Lake lo San KVnnclsco offered
wns f 5 CD nnd from San Francisco here
$10: that' Is n total of $iGM 40 for tho
entire trip an regards fare, certainly
much less tlinn the 3,000 nsked by
"I believe that tho band could bo
brought back on n transport but Hint
the wult'wonld bo so long that It would
cost more to board nnd lodge tho men In
San Francisco while walling till
December C, when tho next transport
salts, than It would bo worth. 1 think
that they should como on tho Korea.
"I hnvo been Informed by nn Import
ant member of tho hul' that the pros
peels nro that either Ml. Campbell or
Mr. Morgan, both of whom arc now In
San Francisco, mny go to Reno to In
vestigate tho conditions."
There1 being no motion beforo Hie
body thc'dlscusslon'wns ended by tho
THE REPORTORIAL DETECTIVE
(Continued tram Pant li
pipe, the Young Sleuth gained tho Hoof.
Ho fouiuMilmselr sixty-seven feet from
the ground, hut Hint did not troubto
him. Tearing Into strips an extra pock
et handkerchief, cntrlcd for Just such
purposes, ho tied It to n Projection of
tho Roof nnd slid quickly to tho
The Hoy Sleuth rushed to tho nenr-
est telephone nnd called up tho police
and told them what ho had discovered
Then removing Ilia Disguise, ho await
ed tho coming of thn officers of the law,
and piloted them to tho Inner Room
whero he had, nt tho peril of his life,
ferreted nut the Infamous Crime.
'Who nre jnu," demanded tho Matt
With the Ropey Moustnchc of the Rov
"Ha, Hnl Yon know mo well," wbs
tho bold answer. "1 nm the Roy Sleuth.
Chief of tho Tlscr a Rcportorlal Detec
tives." This morning tho prisoners captured
through tho skill nnd bold daring of
the Hoy Sleuth were brought Into court
to answer to the charge of gambling.
Pale and trembling, they looked fur
tively about tho room for their Captor.
Also, tho County Attorney and tho
Judgo looked about tho room for tho
Ho was not there.
"Where Is tho Hoy Sleuth, to whoso
shrewdness wo owe the rapture of
these Desperadoes? inquired the
"My Lord, mcthlnks ha sleeps nftor
his arduous labors," said tho bailiff.
"But did ho not promise to bo hero
this morn and confront theso villains
with their villainy?"
"My lord, ho did."
"Then why Is ho not hero?" frowned
"That also I would llko to know,'
said tho Prosecuting Attorney, "I
would llko to hear him tell what ho
knows about theso men."
Hut tho Hoy Sleuth canic not.
Perhaps ho will como tomorrow, It
ho feels llko it, und tell the honorablo
court what ho knows about gambling
and why ho refused lo swear to the
warrant for tho arrest of tho Game
sters. Frank Costa, tho man who got
thrashed In a half drunken fight In u
saloon In Kakaako last Saturday night,
told Judge Whitney all about It again
this morning. Frank, It appears, bit off
more than ho could chow. Ho lilt a
mnn, und after tho row was over unit
tho pollco had gathered him In, ho
thought that lis had been pounded by
it wholo hordo of men. Insult was add
ed to injury when a big policeman
matched him down to tho station and
charged him with assault and battery.
Fur this orfense, ho paid a fine lust
Monday, which further grieved him.
So ho had Eddlo Splllner and Loclaa
arrested on a charge of ussault and bu
tery. Ho claimed that they had
punched him lu tho ribs. Ho knew It
must have been they, because thoy
wcro there -when tho scrap took place
He was not very drunk, either, only
about halt nnd half.
Splllner and Laolao denied on tho
witness stand that they had stiuck
Costa, but they admitted that they had
been drinking In tho saloon, und tho
Judgo concluded they could stand a line
of four dollars and costs apleco.
Hiram Kalahuhi, an udolcsccnt of ID
with n fecblo growth of hair on his up.
per Up, drunk two glasses of Sam Shu,
nnd It affected him so that ha made n
spectablo of himself, Ho was ordered
to pay tho customary fine of three dol
lars and costs,
K. De La Cruz and B. Kaulahca, who
mixed up" In a rodgh and tumble tight
ut tho fish market yesterday, pleaded
that they were Irresponsibly drunk
They got off for thrco und costs each.
Mateo Colon was In tho dock, but tho
alleged jupanoso victims of his knife
nro still In tho hospital and wcro un
able to appear agnlnst him, to tho enso
was again continued,
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