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Leahl Chapter Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree,
Perfection 14th Degree.
Oceanic -2d Degree.
Council Kadosh 30th Degree,
All visiting member! of the
order aro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
Harmony lodge, no. ', i. o. o. r. '
Mfcla every Monday evening at 7:
In 1. O. O. 1-TUaM, Fort atreeL
K. Jt. I1KNDRY. Secretary.
C, O. IIOTTKL, N. 0.
, All vlalllcg brothers ery cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P. '
Mteti every Tuesday evening at
1:a0 o'clock In K. of P. Halt, King ,
tre't. Vlaltlnr brothen cordially In
ltr(! to attend.
ff O. J. WHITEHEAD, O.C.
K. WALDRON, K.R.S.
OAHU LUDOE, No. 1, K. f P.
Mtoia every Friday eventrg at
K. P. Hall, Klnri street, at 7:30. Mem-1
b'ra of Mystic Lfldje, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnlry Lodge. No. 8, and flailing
miners cordially Invited.
A. D. UOND. 0. C.
A. 8. KENWAT, K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 611, I. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, B. P. 0. B., .
Ill meet In their hall, ,m Miller
and Beretanla atreeta, every Friday '
Br order of the E. It
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
' n. n. MURRAY, E JL
tVm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.ef P.
Meeta every Saturday avenlng at
f:10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
street Vlnltlng brother cordially In
eiM to attend.
- M. M. JOHNSON, CO.
E. A. JACOBSON, KJ1.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
Telock In K. of P. Hal), King atre-t
Vliltlng Eagle are Invited t- at
Und. BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
f H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
He eta every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month in I. O. C. F.
r Vliltlng brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Mets nvcry second and fourth Wed
nesday nf each month at San Antonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In-
vrted to attend.
F. McTIOHE, Prcs.
V. TODD, Secy.
When your delivery
wagon Is made to fill the
exact need of your busi
ness, you have "convey,
Why not have one made
to order here7 We'll
make It juit as you want
It. We can give you an
4v7 QUCEN ST.
T.BL. MAIN 47.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrigation
purposs a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid 4o 4PB WORK, and repair
executed it atfortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
(Ibneral Contraetlnj and Jobbing,
Hsuepalntinj, Paperhangtnn, Grain- '
Ing, Katsnmlnlng, Brick,, Oment and I
'mane Work. Shop with Whittle, the ,
tifn painter, corner , Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 911
THK HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA ,
TURITY CO,, LTD,
Rill estate, Mortgage, Loins and In
Officii Malhtyn Bldg., Honolulu, T,M,
O. BOX JS, PHQNB MAIN HI.
SUUIWIN ADO, PAY
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Pure Prepared Paint la ready for Im
mediate use. Scientifically mixed
and ground by modern ma'
chlnery. Sold, by , ,,,.
Lewers & Cooke,
Limited,' f ' i
177 S. KING STREET.
We're always ready to examine
your tcctli l-'RKE and quote
our price for placing tlicni in
Kootl condition. len then you arc
under no obligation to employ us.
But when you ice our work and
liow painlessly we operate, you will
place jour tcctli in our care,
I- I. rLROlt.SON. D !.S
"THE EXPERT DENTIST"
215 "otH St.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOL0EN 8EAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per 8, S.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
Saturday. November 21,
Stmr Klnan, Fireman, from Mam
and Hawaii ports, S: 15 n. in
Stmr. Nocau. Pericrson, from Maul,
I !." a. m
Stmr Kn An Hon, Tullctt. from
Kauai, 1 a. m
1'ioin llllo anil way jkuIu, per stiiir.
Klnan, Nov. 21, Mm. J. Sautm, Mrs,
(!eo I,, Desha, S. Spltzcr, II, (Immau
; W A. Ilnpal, Ming Ivy RlchariUoii,
C A Drown, A. 1,. OaRc, 0. AmundBun,
Uuv V I) Wosti-ivclt. Dr. (!c. Sliat
tuck. I DarteU, wifu ami child, M, M
Jordan, Mm. It H, U'hIIo, .Mlsa Marllia
l.cslln. M. Coleman, J, W l-eonluilill,
Win McrhKlicri;, Jr., Mis. Win McrEo
lieig, MIhh Kva Mi'i'holiorg, Mustier Hoy
MrurberK. 'Iliro Wollf, (leo II Rnli ,
iirttou A W Carar and wltr, Master
A II Caair, Mlsa IMlth Canar. Mu
J Ilaitncll. MU8 J Caltar. Mils Klul,
1 Akani L Ai'lieu, John ftatpar, It
?, 'I'V' H ZiX.
(Mrs I' F I'licrson, Master Fied I'et'1
oiviii, MWa Muriel I'clrrsuu, Mm, W
1-ulHK. A .1. Alfxamtvr. Mrs, Huimiel
llio sutuir i mi Hawaii n iu fnl
lows llHknUii plniliilluii, IT buys,
lluiiiupo, Jin, 'iiuiju, im,
There are probably a hundred peo
ple today who, upon looking at this
newspaper, turn flrat to the "Furnish
td Room" ada. If the room YOU have
to rent li advertlaed there, one of
theae hundred people will probably be
lodging at your home In a few daya.
Anton for hire nt Ter. Stsht
Cheat the doctor, go In Wnllcle.
Rest cup of rodee in the city. Nen
Lilly's Poultry Food nnd prcpnra
lions nt C. .1. Day's.
(lolf JackctH for mlssca.niid ladles at
Whitney & Mnrah's.
Cn.nt Kd ltoRcrs. of Ilia Wnlluku po
lice. Is In town todny on business.
Nrnlly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. I, ll.GO and $2 per week. 1243
Fancy handkerchiefs In silk and cot
ton for fancy work at Whitney &
The Mary B. Foster brings 1.200,000
feet of lumber, consigned to Allen H.
The oil Htipmcr Lansing, 14 days
cut from Monlcrey, arrived nt llllo
Treat your Iron roof to a coat of
"Arabic" There Is no better preserv
ative mad. California Feed Co.,
If you buy jour pics for the Thnnks
giving dinner from the Palm, they villi
deliver llicm tit your homo If In the city
WAlklkl Inn is now ownod. by W. C.
Rcrgln, Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first clsss.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Pianola piano players sold on easy
monthly payment nt llergslrom Music
Co. Anyone can afford to own one on
Tho Ko An Hon came In from Kniia!
this morning. She reports tho weather
to rough Hint freight for Wnlnlh'
could not he landed.
Frisco people prefer Rainier beet to
any oilier, although several kinds am
mnde there. ThU would not seem ku
queer If you should compare them.
The Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Co.
will lie open only naif a day on Thurs
day. Send Ilium your clothes now
they will liu delivered boforo Thanks
giving The meeting of the Hawaiian Mis
Islon Children's Society, which was to
have taken place nt tho rcsldcnco of
C. II. Cooke tonight, has been post
I ponctl for a week.
I An Important meeting of stockhold
ers or tne American sugar v--s la
will bo held on Tuesday, Dec. 4th, 1006,
nt I, o'clock In the afternoon Jn room
1107, Stangenwald liulldlng.
The British .steamship puccntaur lc-pnitediynsUnlay-ifoniSuv
turn coon with a cargo of coal.
,T. HJ.DavlcH, Co7 (Btonts .cf.tho
Ohargmir IUunls.'I,lHe,.ilvo .Vccclvcd
word that tho French steamer Admiral
Hamclln has sailed from Yokohama
lor Honolulu on her 'way around thd
world. - J
The steamer Nocau arrived from
Maul this morning, bringing 35 hoail
of cattle. Two thoiiKund bags of sugut
at Kiikulhaclc arc reported. Very
heavy seas wore experienced during llio
The Catholic Church of our Lady ot
the Mount, Kalulaul (Kallliluku), In
thurge of Rev. Father Clement. To
morrow, November 25th, tho last Sun
day alter Pentecost, 11 a. m., mass.
Sunday collection, Sunday school.
The Seaside has plenty of snrl
boards, surf canoes, Canadian canoes
etc., which arc at the disposal of Its
guests. Remember that the best batb.
Ing and the best surf for. board riding Is
directly In fiont of the Seaside.
The Catholic Church of St. John tho
' Baptist, Kallblwacna, In cbargo of Rev.
I Father Clement. Tomorrow, Novem
ber 25th, last Sunday after Pentecost,
S:30 a. ni., high mass, sermon, codec
I tlon, Sunday School. I p. m. Rosary.
The regular meeting of the woman's
Auxiliary of 8L Andrew's Cathedral
Branch, will bo held on Monday, Nov,
2Uth, In the Sunday school room at
half pad two. Mrs. Rcstarlck will
lead a paper on "Illuhop Brent's' Work
In the Philippines." I
A great underprlccd sale of blankets,
comforters and bedspreads begins on
Monday at Sachs', just at an opportune
time too, as the winter Mason has eel
In. The, values are unsurpassed and
fftord a grand opportunity to replenish
ones bed stocks at enormous price re
ductions. Tho American schooner Mary E.
Foster arrived yesterday from Poll
Blakolcy Hfter a rough trip down, For
lour duys she was In n gale off Capo
Flattery, and bad weather continued
elmost all the way down. Captain
Thompson Is accompanied by his wlf't
in this voyage.
Christian Church, corner Alakea nnd
King streets Junior C. E 9 a, m.;
Senior C. K.. K;30 p. in.; Illblo school,
U:tr a. ni.; preaching, 11 a, ill and
7:30 p. in.: morning, "Sin"; evening,
'Clod and Man Co-Workers," Yoj are
cordially Invited to any and all serv
ices O. 1) Edwards, pastor.
First M li. Church, located comer
nrretanla and Miller street.
Wadman pjsior. Services lomonow as
follows- 10 a in., Sunday school, 11
, m public uorshlp, Infant Wnrshlp.
'4iior preaches on "A llaby's Tcarl!,,
1)130 l.'ptvorih Uagno lor young peopluf'
and their mends, 7130, public worship.
Mrs. Chm, II. Chate, a well known plat
form orator of Han FmiirUn), lll du.
, liver 'i I'mUleul Inislnois iiiuii's it
.illiss it nilm soliju'l, "Jtsns' Idea ul
Kuli-lliml.liiiiiu" 'I'Iih iili s ioi
i- ' " ,. -
Here are two eyeglasses, one fitting ,
! mm -A--llu tUm I
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
1 eyeglass that will fit aH nosea, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best suited for
each particular nose and hew to
adjust It Is part of our skill,
A, N. SANFORD.
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May A. Co.
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE' MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDG., 176-1SO KING STREF.T.
,Will be open only half a, day Thursday.
Sendus your clothes NOW. We will
linil.!Ll-'.r't!l" AJtMI.'L I.MtitMMHi UIISII,
, , Telephone Main 1A7
NEW - TO-DAY
Mrs. B. Mean IHackall
B. INGALLS Violinist
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
Tuesday, Nov- 27, 1906
8: 15 O'CLOCK.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co,
and Bergstrom Music Store,
NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF AMERICAN GU
OAR COMPANY, LTD.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the American Sugar Company, Ltd.,
will bo held at the ofllcu of tho Treas
urer, No. 607, Stangenwnlrt I)ulldlng,
Honolulu, T ll at four o'clock p. m.,
on Tuesday IK-ccmlicr 4th, l'JOG, to
ecl upon amendments of tho nitlclea
of Association proposed at tho lust An
nual Meeting, viz.: changing tho par
vnluu of thu shares from Onu Hundred
Dollars to Twenty Dollars, reducing
tho Capital Stock to Three Hundied
Thousand Dollars (hy changing tho
par value nf tho slimes) and making
the Auditor a non-member of tho
Hoard of Directors, also for reducing
thu number of Directum from seven
to flvo, and for such other liiiultieso as
may properly bo
brought ucforo tlio
Honolulu, T. 11.. November Sttu
A M IIHOWN
3518 Nov 21, 2K; re, 3,
Tim usual sonli'o In thu fluspi'l Mis
sion llllll lll I'll) Hl'I'Hl, llpJIOtllll Chili
fjtiihli.il ihln mnilMK nl 7ino, Mis H
!! Ilnmiii tiidruu, Tliv iiliv lni
Nelson's Thin Paper
Small volumea printed In large type
on very-thin paper are becoming mere
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock-
I ex wnen traveling, iney are nana ana
conVenlent to read In a hammock; they
P very little room.
mwmm ,,i ,wn "- -.- -
Ible covers. We have the following
authora new In stock,
- Dickens, Jane Austen, Rums,
Klngslcy, Tennyson, Thackeray,
Tho llrontes, Carlyle, Lever,
Shakespeare, Scott, Runyan,
Cervantes. Lylton, Elliot.
Price $2 per volume. Handsomely
Illustrated, Cash or Installments.
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Illank books ot all sorts, ledger!
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
M0R1TA KAIZO M
Now that the case of Morlta Kalzo,
thu murderer from llllo has been re
fused a new trial by tho Supremo
Court, he has only two chances lclt
for hla life. One lies In tho hands of
Governor Carter, to whom an applica
tion tor a commutation of sentence
has been mado by Rev. J. W. Wadman,
and tho other In the appeal which
Judge near will make to tho United
States Supremo Court.
Tho last of these two Is really much
tho best hope lliat tho Japanese has.
The report to flovcrnor Carter from
the Attorney General's office on tho
case Is hartlly likely to bu ono which
will Incllnu thu Executlva to leniency,
as Morlta Knlzo, Instead of being of
the best of moral character before Ihe
irlmo for which ha was convicted took
place, as Is stated In the petition, was
n member of the worst gang that has
been known In tho recent criminal his
lory of the Hawaiian Islands,
Judge Gear will base his plea for a
new trial on tho ground that a largo
number of the Jurors In tho Morlta
case woro illegally naturalized as cit
izens, the act being performed by a
Circuit Judgo Instead of a District
Judge, as tho United States law pass
ed in 1S02 prescribes.
Whether tho United Stales Court
will take tho tame vlow of tho caBb
as Judgo Ccar does Is rather doubtful,
but In case It should tho way Is clear
lor almost numberless cases to bo
brought before tho courts again on
IihIiciis corpus pioceedlngs ns tho re
sult of such a decision.
and comforUbly cool, are White Lin-
en Duck Suits
I Not onlv this hut the Oualltv Wt
'Furnish You Is DURABLE and tliere.
Lvery talent of our experienced
workmen Is exerclsid to give you what
we QnrAntt A PCRFLCT TIT.
W. W. Ahaita i Co.,
as Klna 61,
1-IIOflU ULUL 1741, P, (j, Uuk 010,
Election Money spent
Must Be Recorded
Monday Is tho last chance which the
candidates lor the Legislature nnd
Congress will have to fllo their elec
tion expense accounts without violat
ing tho election law and committing n
misdemeanor. A large numbcf were
filed this mornlng"6ul thero aro still
several who would do well to look 'aft
er tho matter at once.
Prince Cupid has yet to give in
an estimate of his expenses and In tho
Fourth and Fifth Districts there arc
many who havo cither forgotten all
nbotit tho matter or havo let it go till
tho last day. Those who had not Died
tip to -noon today aro: Dclegato to
Congress, J. K, Katanlanaolc; Senator,
John Kcklpl; Representatives, Third
District, Antonc J. Gomes, Levi I..
Joseph, Phillip Pall; Fourth District,
Joola Klakahl, W. T Rawlins, F. W.
Weed; Firth District, J. K. Apuakc
iinu. Samuel K. Hut. Henry N. Kanlho-
mil, David M. Kuplhca, J. K, Nakoo-
koo, J. M. l'ocpoc.
The following expense accounts
wcro filed today:
K. W. Qulnn, candldato for the
House from llio Fourth District:
Announcements of candidacy..! IB 00
Personal expenses 6 0(1
Nomination fco 25 00
Portuguese paper 10 oo
Cards 11 f0
Leader u 00
Tolal 1101 no
II. M. Kanlho, candidate from West
Hawaii, for thu House:
Nomination fco I 2! 00
Personal expenses 27 00
Stationery and postagu 1 75
Total :.. 53 7B
Simon K. Kahnna, candldato foi
llouso from tho First District:
Nomination fee 1.25 00
Traveling expenses 5 00
Hack foru 50
Total -. f 30-60
G. F. 'Affonso, candldato for House
Irom First District:
Nomination fco I 25 00
Printing and advertising ,.... 4 0
Republican campaign fund ... 10 00
Total I 39 00
Joseph Kalana, candidate for llouso
from tho Fifth District:
Nomination too I 25 00
Personal expenses 15 05
Salaries clerks and messengers 2 00
Salary watcher 2 00
Printing and advertising 7 00
Total I 51 05
(Continued from Paae 1,)
"We would like to know what tho
charge Is," said Mott-Smlth.
"Thero Is none," said Judge Whitney.
"Then we object strenuously to any
continuance." replied the couhbcI for
the defense. A rcasonablo time has
elapsed slnco tho arrest, and no Charge
has been mado. Tho prosecution has
had plenty of tlmo to prepare the
charge. It has not done bo, and I hold
that theso defendants are not held here
legally. I submit that not only should
the charge be filed, but tlrntwc should
havo a speedy trial. Wo are ready to
go ahead now, and It there Is no charge,
t believe there should be a discharge ot
lb5 men arrested. The Grand Jury had
no business to make tho arrest If It did
not have evidence on which to base a
charge The Government hai made thl.
arrest surreptitiously. We want to
know what wo or? arrested for."
Andinde couU make no adequate r
ply. He carefully uvclded any refer
ence to the matter cl the charge, only
saying that he would guarantee that
the cases would be tried Tuesday.
Then Assistant Attorney General
Prosser had an Innings. He ,tald that
ho was a sort ot butter-In, but ho bud
somo Interest In the matter.
"Is It a fatherly Intorcst?" asked
Prosbcr made the statement that he
knew f i oiu hla own knowledge thnt the
Grand Jury did not visit the house tor
tho purpose of making a raid, but only
to cxamlno tho place where gambling
was said to bo carried on. He urged a
(.ontlnuanco of tho cases.
Mott-Smlth again demanded that I!
no charge was to bo brought against the
prisoners, thoy should be discharged.
"Wo have been hero from 0:30 to 10:3a
this morning. Thero has been u lot ol
temporizing going on, ami no charge
has been entered yet," he said,
Judge Whitney held, however, that
In view of tho Urge number of prison
ers, tho prosecution wss entitled to
more tlmo to hiake Its charge, "It
'reins to me," be said, "that tlm ro-
I iii in ins pruiccuuuii is a rcasuuauiu
. one. The niollou Is grunted." '
Htinnilous efforts are now being made
lo Und soma member of thu raiding
parly lm s willing In laku Die p'
M'liiislhlllly of sHvailiig lo u warrant,
HhnrliT III own, who, ut llio limluiiiu m
Ihu (iiumi Jury, muilu thu uircU, iu
(iikit u iu mi, Hullug Ihu i bu kunws
Hilo Grand Jury To Take
' Up County Graft
Four road laborers who called at the
County Auditor's office yesterday to
get warrants for wages were given n
rude surprise when Auditor Magulre
refused to pass their warrants. They
appeared (o be a good deal shocked
when told (fiat the reason for holding
up their salaries was1 the receipt by
Magulre of the following letter from
T. J. Ryan of the Treasurer's offlco:
"C. K. Magulre, Keq., County Auditor
"Dear Sir: t nm In nnssesBlon O.'
cvldcnco of n reliable character to the
effect that fraud exists In tho road pay
roll of Botith llllo district ns to work at
and near Papalkoti.
"It Is alleged In an affidavit In my
possession that J. Wnlhee, Kami, Kama
and J. Kuau on tho, 8th ot October
worked on tho prlvato premises of John
Wnlhee and not on the nubile roads
and that all of said persons arc credit
ed for that day upon tho labor pay roll
or South llllo road district. I therefore
request you not to Issuo warrants to
any of tho men nbote named until there
has been nn Investigation by the Hoard
"Yours very truly,
"T. J. RYAN."
No charges of grafting have been
mndo against any one, but the matter
Is to bn taken up by tho Supervisors
when they next meet, nnd In tho mean
time the warrants aro held up.
Tho Grand Jury meets on Monday
and will probably soon begin an in
vestigation of the matter. llllo Her
ald, Nov. 22.
In splto of tho wet weather, tho, fair
sex of Honolulu, decked with lllma
Ids, turned out In full forco this after
noon at the pol luncheon given by tho
Ahahul Iolanl at Haalca Lawn.
Seated with Queen Lltluokatanl at
Prlncoss Kalanlanaole'a tablo wcro
Prlnco Cupid, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
Rcstarlck, Rev. and Mrs. Simpson,
Mrs. Auld. Mrs. Nawahl, Mrs. J. O.
Carter, II. C. Carter, Mrs. Coney,
Mrs. E. D. Tcnncy, Mrs. Col. Macfar-
lane. Sister Albcrtlna, Sister Beatrice
and Admiral Decklcy,
Mrs. Karrkttl waa In charge of the
Hawaiian booth and Mrs. liana N. Ka-
hlati of tho flower tablo assisted by
Misses Mabel Taylor, W. Wilcox and
Paulino Kvaps. Tho lemonade stand
was In cbargo of Miss Bernlco Cooke
assisted by Mrs. II. B. Gehr. Mrs.
Clara Schmidt and Mrs. Chas. Booth.
Tho coffee department was In charge
of Miss Ladd, assisted by Mrs. T. J.
King and Mrs. J. O. Young.
Tho grounds wcro tastefully decor
ated with Hawaiian evergreens of
great variety and tho Fair was one of
the best that Honolulu society has ev
er given, and was throughout a suc
cess both financially and socially.
During the feast part the famous Kaal
Olco Club rendered many beautiful se
lections. Prominent among those who at
tended wcro Rev. Mackintosh, Henry
Smith, Robert Lowers, Dr. Frcar, Sam
and G. Wilder, Oco. Davis, Frank
Thompson, Chas. Chllllngwortb, In
spector Keen, Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Lowers,
Ilcv. Fltz and Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
In tho case of Tsuruda vs. T. F. Farm
this morning Judgo Do Bolt granted a
new trial on tho motion of W. W. Thay
er, attorney for defendant Farm acted
as, his own attorney In the first trial oi
the caso and was beaten, but with new
cvldenco and a lawyer to handle It in
the proper manner, he expects to do
better this time.
You can send a cue of Mrs. Kearns'
Jams and chutneys to New York by the
Arlzonan. Freight will Cost you noth
ing.,, The ladles of Walakea, Hilo, have
collected about $100 for a Democratic
luau to bo given tho latter part ot
nothing about the matter. He saw no
gambling going on and made the or
icsti only at the request ot the raiding
membcra of the Grand Jury.
Frank McSlockcr was subpoenaed to
appear In court as a witness. He was
there, very much excited und Incensed,
He said he knew nothing about the
matter and objected to dancing attend
sntc on tlm court.
There Is a persistent rumor, which
to far can not be confirmed, that the
laid was a put-up Job on the Orand
Jury The statement Is made (bit the
large number of Chinese gathered at
thu house on which the raid was made,
that no gimblliig was going nn, hut
t Im t tomu out, for tho sake of having
Ihe laugh on the OihihI Jury, notified
Hint body thai theru wai u gambllnr.
nuimi going im, and Ihu (r were
hoiui'il lulu raiding llio plum, Nn um,
OtuiJtloii nf jit, ripon can bu ilUui'i