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EVKNINO BPLMSTIN, HONOLULU, T It . MpNDAV, NOV 13. 1006.
Leahl Chapter Regular.
Perfection llth Degree
Oceanic- Cd Dctjrce
Council Kadoali 30tlt Degree
All vli-itlnn membars of the
order nro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
harmony lodge, No,
Mecti evry Monday evening at 7:30
,m I 0. 0 U'Vlan, Tort streeL
U ft HENDRY Secretary.
C O IIOTTKU N. (1.
All vIsUIce bro'hers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ef r
Meets every Tuesday evening at
f:30 o'clock In K. ot 1. Hall, K!nr
itrect. Vlsltlnp brothers cordially In
tied to attend.
O. J WHITEHEAD. CO.
K. VALDKON, K.I1.8.
. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meets every Trldny evcnlrx; at
K. P. Hall, Kins f.rcot. at 7:30. Mrnv
ben of Mystic Lodje, No. 2, Wo. Mc
Kinky Lodgo, No. 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
A. D. UOND, O. O.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.1.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, I. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. (16, D. P. O. R.,
fill meet In tbclr hall, m Miller
and Perctanla streets, every Friday
By order of the t!. It.
HARRY II. SIMPSON,
H. fi. MURRAT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.tf P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
:S0 o'clock In K. of I. Hall. King
.'.rwt. Visiting brother cordially In-
-ii" to aiienu.
M. M. JOHNSON. U.C.
E. A. JACODSON, K.R.A.
Honolulu aerie ho, f. o. c
Meets on the !nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
Velock In K. of P. Hill, King street
Visiting Eaglci ire Invited tr at-
1 DAM McKEAOOE, W.P.
II. T. MOORE, W. Secy
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ns. 1, I. 0. It.
Meet every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F
.Halt. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
' A., E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Meets evory second nnd fourth Wed
nesday of oach month nt Ban An.-onio
Moll. Visiting brother cordially in-
Ittfl to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE. Pros.
E. V. TODD. Scry.
When your delivery
wagon la made to fill the
exact needs of your busi
ness, you have "convey,
Why not have one made
to order here7 We'll
make It just as you want
It. We can give you an
Hawaiian Carriage I
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIQLEn Manager
nuNULULU inun nutm
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES tor Irrigation
purposta a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and reoalrr
executed at shortest notlet.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing, j
Housepaintlng, Paperhannlng, Grain i
Ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement anil ,
Stono Work. Shop with Whittle, tli
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets, PHONC MAIN 361
THE HAWAIIAN I1EALTV AND MA
TURITY CO,, LTD.
Ril Uslatt, Mortgage, Loam and In
Ottlctl Misllilyri Dldg,, Honolulu, T.H,
bTa nnv 4k nuntiu uim tit
l4 " 7 V ' " " "ll
HULLMDIi (M, PAY liai
i (riThe Old BleM I C 3
BaBQv - ' JJ
A ln ten U i "2 I n
' Si- IT1 MOMl IU J . X4
1, I. O. 0. F. jSpflTStrtM -" I ""V
Elastic Carbon Paint
to be unexcelled for roofing purposes
of every description It makes a roof,
nc it metal, canvas, wood, felt or
.shingle, Impervious to water; makes
a splendid appearance on metal roofs,
fills the scams and small holet mk.
j Ing them perfectly water proof, pre
venting formation of rust. We guar
antee to patch any leak or hole from
tire size or a pin-head to two feet
square. This may appear as an exag.
geratlon, but we are willing to dem
onstratc the truth of It by staking the
Equally serviceable for the follow.
I Ing purposes: Iron fences, gutters
land copings, steel bridges, ship's bot
toms, farming implements, sugar re.
fineries, Iron and cteel structures.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
and comfortably cool, are White Lin
en Duck Suits
Not only this -but the Quality We
Furnish You Is DURABLE and there,
Every t.ilent of our experienced
workmen Is exercised to give you what
iwc Guarantee A PERFECT FIT.
M.jW. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 086.
For Over 60 Years
km tietn u1 for over WIXTV
Vi:AUri liv Mlt.t.lOKH .,f M,thi.m
inu, wim pwfect sscceui.
hOOTlll'H tba CIIILD, 601'TE
UMS,. ALLAYS all
CURES WIND COLIC, and Is ths
by DrugRiits In every part of ths
world, llo suro and ask for Itri.
Win&low's Boothtnir Hy-rupsnd tsko
nnniBcr Kiaa. z tenia a gome.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair, For sale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
I FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per S. 3. Ventura at
I Miss Power's
BOSTON BLDG., PORT GTRCCT.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone ua7
IHONOLUUU CLOTHES CLEANINO
CO., Alakea Street.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN W.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1316 TORT 0TRLET.
-MIKR WRIGHT CKiAR
Ths beit smoke sold
tins market Try It
"AYELPEN TOnACCO QOMPANY.
AlKXAflOCII Y0UN0 UUDQ,
Nothing Is so much In the way In a
house as a musical Instrument which I
no present member of the family
plays. And nothing Is easier to sell
lor exchange, through a Bulletin want
ad. than a musical Instrument.
Anton for hire nt Ter. Stables.
Malto up a t.illyhu party for Wnll 'lc
llcst cup of luttce m the city. New
I England Hakrry
.iict ruurr SKnunK rci in inu ,uuncu i
Cafe mid liar for refreshments, j
ii. r iiiiiinKiiiini suiycd uti'r uu .tiuui
on mi way Hack mini Hawaii.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1
meet tonight at 7.30 In 1. O. O. F. Hall.
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular. 1, $1.00 and 2 per week. 1213
Don't miss tllom's Kale of genuine
Irlrli linen this week A iliance for
About 200 ncrcs of land on Puna plan
tation will be planted In ciinc tlili cnii
and probably S00 next tir.
Tim annual dinner of Die Sugar
Plnnlera' Arosrlatlnn will Ik- held nt
the Young Hotel on Tliurnday cu'iiliiK
Treat your Iron roof to i coat ol
"Arabic." Thero Is no better pronerv
atho made. California Feed Co.,
n gen Ib.
Walter Andrews, Infnnt child il
toRnph A. Andrews, 13 mlW Olaa
illcd on Sunday before InLt of piieu
monla. lloiiscwhrs! Try Oleum keronene.
lt Is the licl In Lie market. Illgli Mash
toil nnd nhsnlulely safe. II, llackfrlil
fc. Co , agcnU.
Walklkl Inn is now owned by W. (!.
Herein. Accommodations, hiippIIph
nnd attendance- absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Fud Cburih lin tendered bis resig
nation ns manager of tlie Seaside hotel i
He bns nreeptrd H good pnjlllon III
Portland. Oregon, and will leave lii
nljout three weeks.
The annual meeting of tho Klloliana
Art l.raguc will be held nt 1:30 this af
ternoon. A ten and Korlnl chat will lie
held nt :i:3Q. nt the League rooms, Al
exander Young building.
Mrs. Km mil Holt, wife of John I).
Holt, Jr., aged 19 jrarr, died last night
nt fliSS o'clock. The funeral will be ul
I p. r.i. today from the family rcsldenie,
on Fort near School street.
(' .1. Amain has given up the poEltloii
of assistant to Alexander Craw, ento
mologist nnd Inspector of the Hoard ot
Agriculture, to become manager of the
Hnwnllan-Amerlc.iii Itiibhrr Co.'s plan
ta'tlon. The Scasblr has plenly of mirl
boards, surf canoea, Canadian rnnoeif
ett., which lire at tho dlyponal of Its
gtiestH. Remember that tho licit li.ilh
Ing and the best xurf for board ilding la
directly In front of thn Seaside.
Hawaiian Aloha Souvenir Calcndnrn,
hand painted. Just the thing for main
land friends. Hawaii nnd South Sens
Curio Co., Young building.- T.ipaa,
mats, Russian brasses, pottery, funs
Tho Yale, Harvard and Princeton
men in Hwolulu nrn arranging for
their annual banquet, which will take
place on Saturday next, the day on
which the great Ynlc-Hanurd Inter
collegiate football game Is to bo pjajed
Harry IS. Richards, brother ofMnn-
ager E. C. Richards of tho Illlo tele-
phono company und who visited Illlo!
not long ago, has been nppointed train
master of the Union Piiclllr railway
for tho section from .1 und Ion City tn
Tho Daughters of t,ie American Rev
olution will meet wllh .Mm. W. W
Halt, 170S Nimanii live., on ThurKilay
November 2, nt 3 o'cloik. A full nt
tcnd.iiRi.' Is requested. Any visiting
daughlers, and any Inlerestrd lire cor
Tho Iloinl of Health has railed for
tenders for furnishing the Leper Set
tlement nnd Insane ArjIuiii with sup
plies fur the six months ending Juno
30, 1907 A tender for the purchnse ot
hides belonging to tho Hoard is also
Mm. W V. C Hanson, nee Miss Vner
Neuman. left London, where she had
been stud) Ing medicine, and Jollied the
Suveriu at the Azorex, Mr. and Mrs.
II. I'ockn nro expected to arrive from
Kuropo In December. Mm. Paul Neu
mann, who Is now in Mrxlio, mny
tome liaek with them.
The wedding of Dr. Kred Irwin of
fllnn nnd KtlHH l-nl-nmn T,.lnnvln ,il
Ijllrc. ImeriiPRH. Kmllnml. Innk nln.n1
Inst Wednesday evening nt tho iohI- i
deiiro of Mr, nnd Mra, Patten, of Illlo,
Tho briilo Ib a sister of James McKcu-
zlo of Hnkalau, mid it wiih while she
wan vUltlng her brotiier miiiio moiitha
ago that Bho met her future husband.
The Hawaiian Poultry Association
has its lommlttccs actively engaged in
preparing for tho Second Annual Hxhi
lilt Ion of poultry and pigeons, to be
held on Thursday, Friday and Satui
day December 20, 21 and 22. Tho ex
hibition will ntso Include beekeepers
and silk ciiliurlsts' exhibits, 1'rlzcn
will bo offcicd.
A meeting of the College! IIIIIh und
Mano.i Valley Improvement CIiiIih will
I in held al the teslilcnco of Judgo II. II.
Cooper, Puiipueo, Minion Valley, this
evening, November l?lh nt 7:.10 p. in.
Hcportfl of lommlllces on I'lre llnglno
l.lghtu .mil llcuilo und on tho dual amal
gamation of the iliiba. All Interested
in Mdiioi valley nro dulled to be pie.j
flit Among the Portuguese Immigrants
applied with thotrnwd coming on llm
Siiverb' cm Ij- next nioiilli, llm HiiKnil
lieiuld Is Ufoiini, Is u I'oiIiikui'sii til
teuis of tine, whit oniu yiuiia iiki
milked In this Teiillnry umloc ton
nun Aniiiliit of ilm immlmunii Is n
yuiiiilf IMiluiiiiMo n lui u nil id liuvii
uU.l MrlillK. .if 0,uq nml ,n ,,
u imiHii iHu,
.'""" I t ..
two eyegtassss, one fitting
the noce correctly. the
other Incorrectly. There is no one
eyeglass that will fit all noses, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the etyle best sultid for
each particular note and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
BO&TON BUILDING, TORT STREET,
Over May &. Co.
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 KING STREF.T. PHONE 287.
t'lirlsllaiil.i. Nov I!! Explorer
Amundson Iw been welcomed home
Sc-ittle, Nov IK.-'I he river Meim
era .Iraiine .mil Olx inmu Into ioIIIhIoii
nnd forly jicrsnn are icpnrtul to have
UKE SHIPPING SUFFERS
Fort William. Ontnrlo November IS
Tho htc.imcr..Tlienno Korku, of Midi-
lean, nnil Klralhi-onii bnvo been blown
nslinro In n terrllle gale.
BOMB M. PETERS
Home, Nov. IS A bomb waa thrown
upon the nllar of St I'et-r'a jcBterday,
while the rhiiuli was t-riindeil Willi
woithlppcix. There were no fnlalitles.
Cardinal It.impolla, Arch Priest of the
Vutlcnn ll.ulllui, was present. Tho
oiiiragt was jierpciraicii ny utiarciiiHis.
MM INJBE $00111
New Oi Irani, Nov 18. A storm has
Hepl over Mlxxlxnlppi, Aikannas and
Tonnoxece Kight lives weio lost and
mtuli damage douc.
AFTER REBEL ABMS
H.'iun.i, November 18. (iovernor
Magooii Is making etrcnuoiis efforth to
tecovcr nrms tei-rcted ly the late reb
els. MMEIHI HINIIl HOE
folon, Niii IS. President RiHiscvelt
luiK sailed for I'm to Itlto.
mm (EiDm w
I'olHnn. Nov 17 -Hclierill I'nlliOW
,Mott' "'iiundrr of tho gnrrlBon here,
hns lioen sliot und killed by n pert on
ANAR(HiST KIUS SCfN1J5T
Nnplea. Noi n An anarelilat I
killed the fatnoui gcoloslBt (liovnniil
New Yoik Noi 17 In a report to
the (lovernoi DMrlel Attorney JeromoKHiiluwel,i School
Buys thero Is no si He law under vvlilili,
lo puiilHli Insurant i' olIlclHln
Tin onffi p WEST
Colon Nov I, A reception and ball
wad given la i night pi I'rosldem
Roosevelt by the einplu r ol llm Pa
naiiid CaiiHl CiiiiiiiiIdiiIoii
WalilHlnn Noi 17
linn iftui'iieil fioin .ii,
uimlilll tirni) "-i
! mturi Tufi
ii nctlnii hi
YV'Jy """cull bjj, ntr yMf
Nelson's Thin Paper
Small volumes printed In large type
on very thin paper are becoming more
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock
et when traveling; they are handy and
convenient to read In a hammock; they
take up very little room.
Bound In Turkey Morocco with flex
ible covers. We have the following
authors now In stock.
DlikniH, .Inno Austen, Morns,
Tho llrontos, Cnrlyle, Lever,
Shakespeare, Scott, Iliminn,
CervnntcB. I.jtton, Elliot.
Price 92 per volume. Handsomely
Illustrated. Cash or Installments.'
Wm G. Lyon Co,
TORT AND HOTEL STREET8
tlknk books of alt aorta, ledgers
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
The mticlcalc of tho Honolulu Sym
phony Society, held Saturday night nt
lliinlek.i I jim n, loruer of Hotel nnd
Richard xtteetH, wan thn most Hue-
(UHsful of liny that linn been given by
(his organisation, Thn music wan good.
rh it ulunya Is, nnd (he crowd was much
larger than even the membcrx of the
SiRloty had anticipated.
The urogram was In ihf.rgc of It
Hudland Rode, and wan nil exceptional-
ly g)d one. All tho numbem were
greally iilipreclated and encored. One
of tho most cnjoynblo was tho violin
mIo by Miss Virginia While, who gave,
tho I'rlzo Song, from tho Melstcrslng
it. The Storm Piend, sung by J. Hunt
ings llnwland. was enthusliistli-nlly re
ceived. John Kenunn, of l.unalllo
Home, played n number of selections
on mi I ho Hawaiian Instruments, the
ukulele, nose llulo and Jew-sharp.
following Ii the' progrnm:
Orchestra "Overturn Tancrcdl" ....
Part-song "Roving" Schcltci
tlrchentrii "Cocurs et Pleura". Tobam
Part-song "Tho Water MIH"...Mncy
Violin Solo Selected
Miss Virginia Whlto.
Orcliestrii "March ftom Lconoie
Song "Tho Kluiin Piend" ....ItoecKcl
Mr. HakllngH How land.
Ortheslra "Tho Ilutteifl)" ....Ilcudil
P.iit-mmg "Soldiers' Pnrcwcll" . ..
Uii-heslrii "Waltz Tien Jolles" ....
t'ondticlnr. Mr. It. .Rudland Bode.
The follow lug gentlemen gave Ihelr
ncslstanro for the part-tongs:
I'lrsl tenors Messrs. I O. Ulack
man. A Wnll, R. Iliuwn and J. P
Siionds trnors Messrs. Hall, C, Wn
teiniau nnd Harlow,
Flint basses Messrs. Clivo D.ivUs,
Webb anil d'Almelda,
" Hoonitil bashes Messrs. Hastlugt
Honliuid nnd J. Anderson.
PANAMA CANAL CONTfST
Intensn Interest Ik now being shown
In this roiilem Tho votes nro piling
up, and eveiy boy nnd girl Is working
hmd to help their fuvorllo school win
tlie coveted prlzo. Tho result of the
tetond iiniiit. which was made on
'Ihuriiday ciciiIiiq, Nuv. lilli, is as fol
Iowa' High School
St. IjiiIb' College
Ivaliilniil School is',
fil. Andrew's Priory .! Uu
Mills lii'jtltnlc. to
Kiiunpua Kclinol ;i,;,
K'Hlitnaliilll lidge 2
P.icllli' Ilebeknli Uidge H
()lln llr.incli llebek.ili Lodge ... Is)
Inl.inl Collogo . ij
aiiuin I.IHIKU rio i, it. in r ... i,
Tim Inventor of man leaf salad lias
en fur oluilPil fnino by beepliiii bin nr
lier iiniiic u ntyRtnry. but Ilia now cp
l!imr' liluiiiih i ld in he unjoin
ipiliu on imlt'lisltn lUiiuii In IMlopn
eytiiinu PmIIMIh 7Rci 'r mnihi
Francisco Lopez Whose
Mania Seems to be
Francisco lipez. who holds Ihe rec
ord for this Territory in making es-,
rapes from Jail, yesterday turned his
usual trick and look French leave from
High Sheriff Henry's hotel, lipcz is
jfrom Illlo and Is in the all on a charge
of nrsault wllh a weapon nnd had made
eight successful attempts tn break Jail.
He escaped six times while in Illlo
nnd hns made two escapes while here.
His mania seems to bo making escapes
and he never tries to cscnpa till ill
term of Imprisonment Is nearly
through. Ilo has spent nearly ten
j cars In Jill on tho same charge ns each
time ho escapes his term Is lengthened
He escaped from thn Jail about flio
months ngo and wns captured by Dep
uty Sheriff Oscar Cox at Walalua.
Where ho Is now no one knows. Ills
escape this tlmo wns from the roof ot
Hie county Jail. Ho was doing Bomo
work as n trusty and knotted together
ropes which lie took from tho hnm
mocks and lowered himself over the
wall to Jumping diatonic of the ground,
nnd was off.
Uipez's description Is given ns fol
lows: Height nbout tlvo feet four
Ill-lies. .10 years of n'ge. weight 12b
pounds, good lectli, n long fare with n
long pointed ihln. Ho has two scars
on his face between the right check
bono nnd tho car.
Continued from Paaa 1.1
f00; L. II. Nov In. 2.10: Adeline C. Nov,
in, by I,, n. Novln, 350; Mary C. Nev
In. by L. 11. Novln, 2,r,0; Margaret IJ,
Nfvln, by I,. R. Novln, Mj Mary H.
Clark, lino; Ilyron O. Clark, 125; I.es
lie C. Clark, by Ilyron O. Clark, 50;
K. I. ICIIsworth, 100; Mrs. Mary C.
Kllsworth, 300; Jungen Tholt. 250;
Jan. JlcU-an. 25 j Cnllfornlo Feed Co..
by T. .1. King, trustee. 100; F. C. Unos,
175; I,, A. Thurston. 25; Chas. M.
Cooko, Ltd.. by C. M. Cooke, mnnar
Ing dlrct'lor, 25; Mrs. fi. D. Wester-
vclt, per W. D. Westervelt, 25; Honry
fl. ninacn, 225: den. P. Thlelen. trim,
teo Tor II. (1. (Ilnnca. 500; Ruth Kel
logg. 125; Scldon D. Kingsbury, 5;
S. II, Kingsbury, trustee, 845.
This mnkcx n total of $300,000 sub
Ecrlbrd In shnres. '
(Continued tram Page 1)
iltory, tlie trtnio of assault with n
weapon obviously and Imminently dan
gerous lo Ufa Ir punishable by n lino
rot exceeding $1,000 or by Imprison
ment at hnrd labor for n period not ex
ceeding two years. One convicted of
falsely Impersonating n pollco officer
Is subject to a flno of $50,
JUDI) HACKED IIP.
(Continued from Pag 1.)
mice of promises mndo in bud faith.
The Commission might huvn nbstulneu
from taking action In this matter; but
In this case It would not havo compiled
with Its duly to protect homes, hut Ig
norant people, leaving the Philippine
Islands, rnnllding In promises which
might not be compiled with afterwards
because of their not being guaranteed
In n suitable manner.
Thanks to tho action taken by tho
Commission, any of the laborers who
ore leaving, or who may leave, for Ha
wall, go with tho security that they
will be given free transportation to that
territory and bock to their own coun
try; that upon their arrival nt the plan
tation they nro suro to find the em
ployment promised; that their tal tries
will bo paid to them; that they will bo
provided with miltanlo Dwellings for
themselves nnd families; llkowlse wat
er nnd fuel for domestic use; that they
w 111 bo furnished with medicines nt the
plantation offlco nnd will bo assured
medical treatment nt their homes or ut
the hospital as tho enso may bo, und
liirtly, that tneir minor children win
leech e gratuitous instruction in the
It is tho Hcimc of I ho Commission (hat
If It had not nuccecded In making the
Hdivr.llon Sugar Planters' Association
accept this agreement, (no Philippine
Chamber of Commerce would have po
tloncd the Philippine Government to
guarantee to laborers voluntarily leav
ing tho Philippine Islands tho fulfill
ment to tho letter by said Association
of Iho promlscH mudo lo them. Tim
mtlon of tho Commission has untie
Ipnled Hint which doubtless thn Fili
pinos most Interested In tho welfare nt
nil their lompiiirlutH would huvo nskul
'" l1, h It 14
"For long It puzzled me," Sir Chas.
Urooko wrlteri In Country Life, "to
know what Irlcti poachcro did with tho
hints tlie- shot In .July There la no
mid sloi.ign In the north of Ireland,1
but they Imvn dlsiovored nu oxicllent
Mlhutllule The hlnls nro burled fouri
nr II tn fee! ili'l'p in ihy peal, iiiul, I mil1
Ifilil. nunc nut i('f"clly ficli m llio
end nf iftu nr hro wel;i"
Tli WsaWy edition of ths eyt ntnq ,
nullitln glvio a complit, lummiry o
Uu nvi of tin dyr '
Chillingworth Has The
Document From The
i ; High Sheriff
CONTEST ONLY MADE
BtFOKt THE SENATE
THAT DODY WILL NOW BE THE
ONLY JUDOE IN MATTER OF
lly hurrying nnd not giving his op.
poncnl n chanco to stop him by an In
junction or otherwise. Chnrllo Cltllllng
worth has won Iho first step nnd tho
most Important one In his fight lo be
seated In tho Senate. Kvcn before tho
I'cwspapcrs were Issued on Saturday,
stating tho facts which might unseat
him, Chillingworth was on his way to
Iho office of High Sheriff Henry, whern
ho nsked for nnd received, his ccrtlf
Icato of election.
Tilts virtually means that ho will be
seated ns there doca not seem to be nny
legal way of preventing Ills taking his
plnro in the Scnnte unless that body
shall refuse to allow him admlttanco
nnd this seems to be very doubtful.
The next place will bo where Iho
mutter will come up will ba before the
Senate Committee on Credentials.
which will report to tho body Itself. In
cose nny attempt to contest tho scat Is
made It will then he the duty of IheScn
nto lo Investigate tho matter nnd vote
whether Chillingworth shall bo seated
or whether tho voters who cast their
billots for him shall bo disfranchise!.'
nnd Knlauokahinl declared elected In
The hold-over Senators from this Is
land state that they do not bollcvo that
It would he right to thiow Chllllng'
worh out of the body when ho wa
elered by ii vol" of the people nnd. nt
the very mmt, nnd even this Is open In
debate, he waa guilty of only n tech
nical violation of tho law- as he had
resigned before the election took place
Tho sentiment, throughout tho town
seems to be In favor of Chillingworth
nnd ho would without doubt bo elected
by n voto even larger than at tho lain
election. If ho should run ngaln for
office. Ho stales that ho did not give
his resignation to tho Attorney Gen
eral In person hut that he sent it to him
verbally through another party who
was unnblo to seo thot official at tho
tlmo nnd gave the messago to his chlot
clerk. Tho law- does not say In what
mnnncr n resignation from tho offlco ot
notary shall ho mndo nnd does not par
ticularly that It shall bo mado In writ
ing and for this reason It looks ns Ir.
which agrees with tho opinion of many
attorneys In tho city, tho resignation
ns sent In would bo valid anyhow.
Wm. C. Poole, who went Ihroni-h Ihn
tarthquako In San Francisco, will give
n siercopucon lecturo nt tho V. M. (J.
A. tonight at 8 o'clock on "8an Fran
cisco Through tarthquako and Fire."
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