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Vol. XVIII No. 3542
12 PAGES-HONOLULU. rEltRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17 19UU-I2 PAGES
tUIOB D (Jests
Resignation Made To
Not Validjn the Law
' '.' CHILLINGWNRTH IS STILL NOTARY
Charlie Chllllngworth, who received i
the second highest vote for Territorial j
Senator, will, from the present Indlea-I
tlona, not he able to take his teat In
the Upper House, Thla will menu the
'election i of Knlaiiokulnnl, who was
enly seven votes behind W. O. Smith
on the total ballot,
Chllllngworth acted In the best of
faith, evidently, In regard to the tnnt
ter. He as he had thought resigned
his office as notary before the election,
and for that matter before even tho
nominations bad been made, nut as
n matter of fact he did not resign. He
told Treasurer Campbell on June 22
last that he wan pan with tho olDco of
notary and that for this reason he
would not pay the license due for the
rext j ear, commencing July 1. This
he supposed was u resignation.
As a matter uf fact he should have
notified the. Attorney deneral. who ap
points' 'the notaries. Chllllngworth
vat appointed by Attorney deneral
Lorrin Andrews and took his oulli cf
office on April 22, 1903. Not only l.
this true but In case of resignation
according to tho law he should have
filed his notarial reiorda with th
clfrk of "the Circuit Court. This has
t,ot been I done.
, .The matter It being, Investigated by
the; Attorney Oeneral's Department,
but as'j they have not had time to
. make a thorough search of the laws
which bear on the matter Attorney
Deneral "liters refuses to say any
thing for publication,
Aa.a matter of fact, If Chllllngworth
tan for office while- holding the ponl
lon tf notary and la disqualified from
the Sejiutu for this reason, he did so
in a purely technical manner. Ills
cood faith in the matter has never
There It some doubt as to what ap
plication .the higher courts would put
'on this case If it should bo brought be
fore them. Tho law which forbids a
notary from holding office was made
to prevent a man from holding an of
fice such as Treasurer or Superintend
ent of Publla Works and then being a
member of i the Legislature and fixing
the appropriation for bis own depart
ment and perhapt even raising his sal
ary, Still the Supreme Court has
held that it relates to notaries as well
and thla will probably be the opinion
If the cat. should come up again.
8. 8. Siberia
Novtmber JOth, will take tht Thanks,
giving shipment of bananas and pine
appltt to tht Coast
-- ORDER AT
fAtiottalnl Prttt' Sptrlal CalUI
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 17. Premier
Hayasht sayt that there it no danger
of a rupture of the friendship existing
between the United States and Japan.
(AiioctatcU fr Spiclul Callc)
COLON, Isthmus of Panama, Nov. 17
Ralna and a landslide 'have delayed
tht train carrying President Roosevelt
and hit party.
TELLER DYER INDICTED ,
(AmnciaUii fntt Bpittat CalUI
8T. LOUI3, Mo., Nov. 17. Receiving
Teller Dyer of tht Government Sub-
treatury has bten Indicted. Hit short-
age amounts to $61,200.
The only County office candidate fil
ing expense accounts today was II, T.
Moore, who ran Tor Supervisor on tho
Domocratlc ticket and was defeated.
Ills statement reads:
Nomination fee ......$ 25 00
1'ersonal expenses .......... 2! 00
I'rlnting and 'advertising SO DO
Stationery, postage and photo-
grapl , 20 00
Kxpenses of public meetings... 10 00
Salaries clerk and messengers 10 U0
Salary of wutcher G 00
Total $131 00
it founded upon be.
comlngnett to the Individual, and as
long as a man's clothet are well cut
and of good quality, they can be laid
to be In ttyle. Extreme! are always
dangerous and do not express style.
Style does not moan one thing to
the man with meant and another thing
to the man with limited purse,
If you are figuring on a new stylish
suit, let ut thow you one of, these
which bear the famout label of
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
THE KASH CO., LTD.
m, m.in 25,
GQHNVH rOHT AMI) IIOTHU 0T8
Dr. John S. Mrflrow. the father of
annexation. Is critically 111 at the Sanl
lurliim. and may not live. He was op
crated on last Thursday by Drs. Mill
ion, Jordan and Cooper, and his ex
treme ago renders It doubtful if ho
will recover. Dr. McOrew has been
111 for a long time, and the operation
vuh Imperative. The attending physl
rluns have not given up liopu that he
I'uiy survhu the shock of the opera
tion. Dr. Medrcw Is one of tin; old real-
I'ents of llonululu. Ho cumn here In
18G7, nu his way on u trip uround Iho
world. He fell III lotu with tho Isl
mils, however, and remained here.
He was one of the most nnlvnl sup
porters of annexation, and It Is largi
ly due to his elTorls that Hawaii Is
now a part of the United Slates. The
Doctor la now nearly 85 years of age.
WILL FILE RECOUNT
The petition for n recount Is to bo
flit Monday. Judge dear, who is Iocik
lug after the legal end of the buslnuxj
for Sheriff Ilrown. Is now engaged with
Assistant United States District Attor
ney Dunne In preparing the papers ami
Milling lu proper form the grounds up
on wlikli the petition for a recount Ik
to he filed.
It Is understood that the petition win
allege reasons Justifying a recount
which are entirely different nnd much
more sensational than any that tunc
been suggested so far.
The winners among the candidates
lor the Legislature on this island will
lecelvo their certificates' of election
Horn High Sheriff Henry on Monday.
Tho work of making them out has ul
leady commenced uud will bo com
In the complete olllclal returns,
whlili are handled by the High Shi-rlft,
the volo for Seuutor between V. O
Smith and Kuluuokulunl Is eeu closer
than has been thought, the olllclal re
turns giving Smith a margin of only
seven. Instead of eight, votes as has
The totals In the senatorial lontest
Unas. Ilroad. 2185: C. I Chllllug
wortli. 2G03; Kuluuokulunl. 2008; Ke-
kilil. 1000; I.. 1.. McX'undleHS, 2524:
C J. McCarthy, 2797; V. O. Smith, 2U1C.
The inventor of rose-leaf salud has
bo far eluded fame by keeping his or
her name a mystery, hut tho new cu
lluury triumph Is suld to be onjuylni;
qullu uu extensive vogue In Kuropc,
Deposit your surplus jew
elry, table silver and docu
ments In our safe deposit
They will be safe from fire
You can have access to
them when you want them.
A box costs only Mc a
M, Corapany m
Vuf HI. Iloiiulul'.
KIWIS Hi. Will P3QQ
1IVE01 Kit! ",5, ',?
Band Boys Presumably
Will Gome Along
BONDSMEN SAY THEY
WILL MAKE DELIVERY
OALT WILL RECEIVE NO FURTHER
SUDSCRIPTION A8 AMOUNT
"Slnco the subscription list was sent
to Sun KraiicUco jeHlercluy afti-riiiMiii
wo hue nielvc-d two subsirlptliiiis,
rue from V W. Ahauu for $2 uud nun
I lorn, Mis. Ilriiickerhon for uu addl?
Ilonul $2," said J. It. (lull today. "After
this wo will retch u no further sub
sirlptlons, ns more money will pioli
nbly li(it' necessary.
"However, suuie uiiiounls, which
linvo been subsc'rllii'd, have not been
rollccU'd un )et. I think It would be
ii guod suggestion lo turn that money
i.vor to tho families of tin- baiidbo)S.
which, 1 understand, hato lu some
i uses suffered lian!nlilis ln' nuso of
luck of support.."
Smith & I.ewW. as nttorneys lor tlm
WalerhouHi) TMit'i-Co.,. whlC'ii Tj'tir-o
rents the United States rldcllty Ac
Guaranty Co. lu this ill), hive writ
ten the following letter to Colonel
Jones, reassuring him Unit ho will get
tht Instruments used by the baud lu
Honolulu. T II., Nov. 14. 1U0H.
Mr. J. V. Jones. Colonel, Plrst ltcgl
nient, N. O. II., City.
Dour Sir: In reply'tu our demand
cf thu 15th Inst, upon thu United
States rldcllty & Guaranty Company
for payment of $3,000 lo )ou on nc
(uunt of default tinder tho company's
I oud of May 22, I'jOG, by reason (if
(Continued on Page 2)
At cording to good authorities on the
matter Sheriff Hi own must file uu lie
louut of his election expenses. Tho
luw in thu matter, paragraph six, sec
tion 110, or the ltevlsed States says:
"Uvery person, who being u candi
date; for election, or mi Agent of, such
iiindldale, or a member of any loni
mlttee acting for or in behalf of any
such candidate, shall full to file the
statement of expenses or luik of ex
penses, us ieiiiticd by luw, shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor"
Tho penally for such an offense Is
llxecl nt n Hue of not more tliuu $5011 or
by slc mouths' Impilbonnient at haul
labor or both
AT THE RINK
Hand music tonight, also fancy shut.
Itig by 1'iof D.iW'iipoit and Ihn geu
I rut goud time thut alw'ujs pievulls
Sutuiduy nights at tho Itluk, The
uowd will all Ih there.
That tho Itefuud Illll will bo passed'
by Cougrens and become u law Is thu
, pinion of I'ltucu Kuhto us expressed
this .uorulug. "1 havo every hope," ho
said, "that the bill will gu through nil
light. Just ut present thero Is nothing
Hint cuu bo donu to hasten the mutter.
What I want to do Is to gi't my bill
transferred from tho Union calendar
to the House calendar, so that It can
be called up In the House at any time,
lint It all depends urtin Speaker Can
t nu. I di.i.'t Lrou- v hat ho thinks
ahuit It. At r.-.iy r:c he hasn't said
ro. ! i!i,.Vt want to niitnfoulze him
tuiv Ly li.irlr,;; iiu mutter too much.
'Jin, Uicic iho tessloii closed l was
oiuing out of the iloakroum swllli
Hepburn and diosveiior nnd I asked
them what they thought about It.
They didn't say much Just shrugged
their shoulders, Hut later, Hepburn
cumu to me and said, 'Young man, go
homo mid 'tell our pcoplu that I'm
l.ulng to get that bill passed for you.
If any man tan do It, It Is Hepburn.
I don't think that thero Is anything
that can be done at this end that
Uould.do nny good. It jwudj not N ,
good Idea to hnvo anylioily here" send
ing lucstiiKcs to Cannon about It. It
would probably only iintugunlto hliu."
M'noclulril I'retn Uptclnl CnbhtJ
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 17. Am
bastador Aoki of Japan has started on
a (our to the Pacific Coast.
A cubic message from I. W Hellman,
of tint Union Trust Company, San Krnii
Cisco, was received this afternoon by
J. It. (lull, stating that the baud would
return on the Korea.
At his homo In South Carolina Sen
ator Tillman Is famous us a gardener.
He produces, among other things, tlio
lest asparugus ami the Uncut roses to
he found anywhere In tho State. I.Ike
ether South Carollnu furmers, Tillman
luises cum ami lotion. These nro stJ
pin pioducts of thut region. Lately
Tllliunu has made u specialty of culti
vating aupaiugus for thu curly North
eiu muikelH, and his liicomo from this
t.oiiiiit is louslileruble.
Tliu EllcfortlM urea
oo inl iii; ctiitl tit oil per
furniuncvat muy taku
you out o nltflitx.
Wouldn't you fool
nioru conifortulilu In
thu thoutro If your vtil-
uabltjM wttru In tliu
VIIUltM tit tliu
TrtiHt Conipiitiy Uttl.
J, Hopp & Co
IMl 101,9 1014 milDC AT.
Says That Prisoners
Like Dogor Horses.
COMPLAINT OF THE DARK CELLS
JudRO Lindsay sentenced two crlinl
nls In his court this morning for the
crime of burglury In the first degree,
Ah Chin, who broku Into a Japanese
t(urn M,,i nearly choked the proprietor
ho caught hi in there to death
was given ten yenrn nt hard labor. Joo
Manuel, who also robbed a Japanese
lore. was given live years.
After Manuel had been sentenced he
asked permission to address tho Court
and through an Interpreter said:
"I want to call to Your Honor's at
tcutlun that I nm entirely Innocent of
(he crime for which ) hae been found
guilty, mill that for five yeurs I will
not see my old fattier and mother who
&re lu I'orlo Itlio. I want to ask YcAir
Honor to liae mercy on me.
Krom what I have seen of thu Jails
n this country the prisoners are treat.
od lllce dogs nnd horses rather thnu
like humans. I will servo thu sen-
tenca which bns'beeu given mu with
u clear conscience, but I want Your
Honor to tell tho jailor that hu shall
not treut mu like uu animal but llku
"Why do they put men Into dark
cells and feed them only on bread uud
waUrU .- Vrtw-frf - -
Judge Lindsay replied: "What do
)ou wont' when you go lo prison n
sunny beach at Waiklkl?"
"No. Your Honor, I do not want u
runny beach, but I don't llku to hu
heated llku a dog or a horse."
Looking Up Manuel's treatment.
tjncu lie has been In Jail showed thatr
in two occasions, on account of filthy
1 ublts, ho had been placed In solitary
confinement, but neither time had hu
been lu a durk cell, Hu was s.ild to
In' a well-behaved prisoner outsldo of
thu two offences for which he was giv
en thu same punishment as nny onu
Manuel's statement of the treatment
of tho prisoner at tho Oalm Jail dif
fers greatly from that made the oth"r
day by Judge Do Holt when, from thu
Lencn, ho declared the Jail was equal
lo a good second or third-class hotel.
High Sheriff Henry stated tliar hu
did not believe thai there was any rea
son for complaint from the prisoners
nnd that. If anything, he believed they
were treated too well In some cases.
He said that he believed very strongly
in Hid dark-cell treatment for bad 'pris
oners and thought that It had a better
effect than any other kind of discip
10 SURVIVt liffi
County Attorney D. II Cane" of Mntil
who arrived In the Klnuu this morning
states that School Inspector Wells, who
fell down n nail last Similar, regained
t unnrluiiHiiesM esterday recognizing
,R if,.. case reports that Wells is
J not expected to recover
1051 Fori Sir
fAitnrlalrd Vrrn pprrfal CabU)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal , Nov. 17.
In the football games played today
Harvard defeated Dartmouth by a
ccore of 22 to 9. No score was made
In the game between Yale and Prince
Mnocfufrd l'nn Special Cattle;
CAPETOWN, South Africa, Nov. 17.
Ferrelra, the leader of the Boer raid.
crt, and all hit followers, have beer
COLDFIELP, Nev Nov. 17. The
Hotel Goldfleld hat burned down. Pos,
tlbly three guests have perished.
INilM BUCK 01
THE OLD SCHEDULE
II. Hachfeld & Co., the local agents
for tho Pacific Mall S. S. Co., today
inched a cablegram stating thut tho
Mongolln will leavo San Francisco on
This brings thu leviathan back In
her regular schedule, with the omis
sion of one round trip, which she lost
un account of her stranding at Mid
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