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.EVENtNO .IH'M.ETIN. HONOLULU T II.. TUESDAY. NOV. 27. 1906.
Honolulu Commandcry Order
of the Temple.
Hawaiian Lodne First Degree
Molia Temple Election 7:3C.
AH visiting members ot the
order aro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. O.
Mtets ecrr Monday evening at 7:30
la I 0. O, K llan. Fort street,
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
C. 0. HOTTKU N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. of l.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot I'. Hull, IC'iif
Itrcc L Vlsltlny brothers cordially In
I ted to attend.
O. J. WHITKIIEAD. C.C.
V. WAI.DHON, K.n.3.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. ( P.
Meets evcrr Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mysllc Lode, No. Z, Wm. Mc
KInley Lodgo, No. 8. and vUIUlk
brother cordially Invited.
Ctneral Business. '
A. D. DOND, C. 0.
A. S. KENWAY, K.R.i. j
HONOLULU LODGE BIO, . P. 0. E. '
Honolulu Lodge No. 615, B. P. 0. H..
lll meet In their ball, .in Miller
and Bcretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the V. IL
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
n. R. MURRAY, E.R.
Mm. M'KINLEY LODQC No. I, K.f P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:S0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
i'.retL Visiting brothers cordially In
!tJ to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, O.C.
E. A. JACODSON, K.R.tS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and b WBDNliS
OAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
-clock In K. ot P. Hall, Klnc stre-L
Visiting Haglei aro Invited t at
BAM McKEAOUE, Vf.V.
H. T. MOORE. W. 8icy
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
rRIDAY of each month In I. O. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. R. MURPHY, C. of R.
3AMIEN COUNCIL No. SS3, Y- M. I.
Meets every second and.fourth Wed
nesday of each inonlh Ht San Amonln
Hall. Visiting, brothers cordially In-
(fed to attend.
T. F. McTIOHH. Prca.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
When your delivery ,
wJnon lo made to fill the I
exact needs of your busi
ness, you have "convey,
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
make It Just no you want
It. We can give you an
7 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
C. W. ZCIGLER Manarjer
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to orfler. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten.
tloh paid ,to JOB VORK, and rcoalrr
txecuted at snortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
Ctneral Contracting and Jobbing,
Houtepalnting, Paperhanglng, (drain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work, Shop with Whlttlv the
sign painter, corner lintel and Union
streets, PHONE MAIN 3b1
TDK HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TUniTY CO,, LTD,
Rial Estate, Mertgago, Loans and In
Olllcol Mclnlyr piilg., Honolulu, T.ll,
p, o. nox m phono main mi
9i I'OMT 8T.
- uyLLL'iw ana, ay -tu
1 leSThc Old BUM J Oh
- I Kit! HOtll ui I T a HH
" i Sff-iciLV " I I-h
Pure Prepared Paint Is ready for Im
mediate use. Scientifically mixed
and around by modern ma
chinery. Sold by
Lewers & Cooke,
I77 3. KING STREET.
We're .ilu.iyn ready to examine
cuir IpciIi KKKL' :iml itiolc
our jiricc (or placing them in
Kiol comlilion. Kwn then )nu arc
under no obligation to employ us.
Hut when jim sec our work anil
how painlessly no operate, jotluill
place your teeth in our care,
I I ILRt.tlSON. n I), s
"TIM-: KXI'IiRT DENTIST"
215 Hotel St.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs, Doris E. Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per 0. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
lo Delicious for Cold Lunches,
FACTORY HOTEL 8TRUET
'PHONE BLUE 1411,
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at tlio
ILL. MAIN 43.
lor Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for hiuicwork and help for day work,
supplied on short nolle,
JAPAHBfie NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU HTHEET NCAH PAUAHI'.
, wrT twn?' crir eji m
Wi Mullilln lfw.
LOCAL iND iENEIAL
Many Dulletln want ads. that are
printed today represent stitches that
are Intended to save nine.
Autos tot hlro nt Ter. Stables.
Why not nsk for Itoyal Ilutlcr nl C
J. Day & Co 'a?
Delicious hot mlnco pies for ThankH
kUIiir. New CiiRlanil Bakery.
Work In the Third Hank nt Mystic
IaicIrc No. 2. K. P.. this oenlnc I
HIiir up Mm. Kenrns, Blue 1111, for,
delicious homc-nmde mlncc meat.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., tuectsJHcre aro two eyeglasses, one fitting
tonlpht In K. of P. Hall. Kins street thc noso corrCctly. t'tic
C (J. YM,M-Ca "Tech"! jhlaj There Is no one
miiniliiR n nli!micnt of lle luliitiil tur '
p.-g eyeglass that will fit as) noses, but
Itcv John (.. liny, formerly n local i
pastor, bus a elmreli near l)s An
Ncnlly furnlslicd rooms at tlio Pop
nlar. l, $1.'0 and $2 per week. 1213
The stock lioolis of the Pioneer Mill
Co. will lie closed to transfers from
Not ember 2S to December 1st.
The Terrlorlal MetsenRcr Servlro
takes orders for rcucncd llrkels for
tlio Toy Rliop. 'Plume Main Ml.
A Siotch collie was found nt Knkna
ko. Onncr may secure fame from .Mr
f-oti?a, corner Oiiecn anil Cook strcetu
The monthly business mcctlnp of tin
Woman's Guild of St. Clement's hns
been postponed until Tuesday, Dcioin
Walklkt Inn is now owned by W. U.
IlerRln. Accommodations, supplies
nnd attendance absolutely first class.
Finest linthlnR on the beach.
"Arabic" applied to Iron roofs re
diiecf tempwaturo as mueb na sr, il
i;rees. TlilM lias been awcrtnlncil by
attiial tcoL Callfornlu Kccd Co,
Joe Cohen states that the ICIIcforil
Company did not utnrt for Honolulii
mi was expected owIiir to Its beliiR the
blRRcst nttracllon In Ran l'ranclseo nt
the present time.
The annual mectliiR of the V. C. T
1' will bo held nl the reslilcneo of Mrs.
J. M Whitney nl 2:30 p. in. today. An
IntctestliiR report from tlio National
W C. T. U. will bo read.
Tlio dato for tlio lllltiR of entries for
the photographic slum- In Hip Promo
tion rooms hni been postponed until
Derember 1 lo rIvo exhibitors from
'lnul nnd Hawaii n ehiince.
The four recital of .Mrx.' II. MeVoan
Mnekull will luko plaeo this pvciiIiir nl
8:15 o'clock nt I lie ball room of tlio
oiiiir Hotel. Mrs, Mackall will h.o!
assisted by Mrs. I.. Tcnney Peck mid
Mrs. A. II. InRiills.
I.. S. KonR of tlio miii llamm-YoutiR
Co. Is le.ivliiR today on the Korea for
China nnd will bo Hlxcnl fur about klx
months. Mr. Kong was Imrn In China,
but tame hern an n child nnd was edu
cated In lolnnl ColleRO.
UirRC'Mock of fre.sh dikes :uiu
randies for ThauksRUIiiR. Now Kiir
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Henry Smith
may visit Honolulu on their tour of tlu
world, which is to IicrIii booh. Tlio
Smiths are now in Iiudun nnd tlieyj
will make the tour by way of Paris,
the Suez and tlio Orient
Itev. A. K. Cory, formerly pallor ot
tlio rhrlFllnii church here, passed
through In tlio Korea on his return lo
missionary work In China. Ilo Rnvc
an address nt u mcctliiK of his former!
culmination last night.
Tlio new slenmer W, S. Porter, late
ly acquired by the MnUnn Navigation
Company for fccrvlco on tlio Coast, left
New York on tlio 17th, towing tho tiiR
boat NaiiRntor, which will be used by
tha AsDOclntcd Oil Company.
Tho Scauldn has plenty of mirl
boards, surf ennors, Cansdlan canoea
etc., which me at tho disposal of Its
guests. Itemcmher thai the best bath
Ing and tho best surf for board riding Is
dlroclly In front of tlio Scasldn.
Mrs. M. A. Fuller, mother of Hubert
M, Culler and mint of S. M. Damon,
died nl Oakland, November 14. She
wus for many jeam a icsldent of Ho
nolulu, her husband, .lusluli Fuller, be
ing n member ot tho Uoard of IMuca
lion. Mra. M. T. Spiiidlo of Washington.
U. C, and .Mr. Hunter Hplmllc of Har
risonburg, Vn., nrrled on the Koien
yesterday, having been called hero by
the illness of their sou nnd brother.
They nre guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. I..
J. Carlo of the Pawn BrokliiR Co.,
opposite, ilie Catholic Cimwnt, will
soon leavo for Amslcrdam. lie hits
nindo iirrnnncmcnts with W. 13. Fisher,
tho niiclloiieer, lo sell Its cntlro Mock
wllhoiit limit or icscrvo. Snlo will bo
gin Friday. November :i0.
Tho llawnll.in Mission Chlhlrcn's So
ciety will meet noxt Sulurdny nl C'lnr
eneo Cooko's lesldcnce. A special
feature .will ho tho singing of tlio
Thanksgiving hymn: "When tlio band
of Pilgrims incorcd their bark on the
wild New Uugland choie."
MARKET TOR OUR FRUIT
Tho Issuu of Nov. 12 of tho Ilally
Consular and Trade. Reports lic.ui
Wellington rontnlns the fdllowlhir
Tho Hnwnllnii Agrlcullurnl Knpir
liucnt Station ut Honolulu, Ihnuif'i
oiio of Us oIllceiH, lias coudili (oil mi r
peiiinriii of shipping Hawaiian fruit'
in i ,hl utorago In Hun Fiauclocii M'd
Viincnmer. Mnvi-inl Ions wore s'iiii
(d li Phil FruiM'Isin In roM tiloriigi;
Hint worn then shipped iinilliwnrl in
I'oitlaud by iiilliimd, wliorn it was
(i.iiiuI iliul mum Hum li!) per emit, of
lluu ilelliuln liupltul piudlicllii'is,
Miliwilii Miimlili'ieil ion iiMidur r
sitbli u Jiiiiruuy, Ix.ii mini- ihrouiili tm
lulioil, Tljii imiiIU i,f Ihu eMl
mni ur ton!ivri nf urwii Iiuimii
Inuwi h oi'i'liiliK iiijw iimilvnt fui llit
luui! aullsulii luii'littJ fruTi.
our stock Includes the best and latest
To know the style best suited for
cacli particular nose and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET,
Over May & Co.
MONUMENTS, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 178-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
Will be open only half a day Thursday.
Send, us your clothes NOW. We will
deliver them before Thanksgiving Day.
Telephone Alain 147
Among tho steerage passengers on
tlio S. K. Cl'ina, which went lluoiiph.
yesterday, were 3.1
Hindoos on their
way to the Northwest
wliero they aro
to ho emplojed ns laborers In construc
tion work on tlio Canadian l'nellle rail
road. Many of the bIimuihIiIju fmui tho
Orient bring n low of these iinthcoM
Hindustan thiough, hill tho greater
proportion of them Irnvel Jiy the Ca
nadian Pntlflc vessels. Slnro tlio pas
s.iRfl of tlio law Imposing a fiend tax nl
1300 on Chinese entering llrltlhh Ci
lunihl.i, (ho rallio.nl bus been Import
ing large numbers of Hindoos us lab
orers, That this Is nol looked upon
wild Tutor by the Canadian Govern
ment in shown In the following dis
patch to tho Sim Francisco Chronicle,
lioin Ottawa, dated November 17.
The fact that 00 Hindoo laborers on
a single Etcnmshlp aro now mi Ihu way
to Hrltlsli Columbia to swell tho num
bers Unit have during tho last mmhiiii
been pouring into thn l'nellle province,
has nw.ikened tho Canadian (imcrn
luent to tho necessity ot piovldlug souio
measures to check tlio immigration ot
theso people, llrltlsh Columbians mo
i moused oxer this now nerll. unil ills
jtrchs Is sin o lo result to tlio ImmiRraiits
tlicuihelvi'S iililoxs n stop Is put upon
Inn movement fiom IhiIIii lo Canada.
Tlio Canadian authorities will lie
eorillugly, thiiiugli tlio medliini of the
Imperial (Icneriiiiicnt, bring to Hie in
tention of tho luilluu Government tho
desirability' of checking the prer.cnt
whulesalo linmlEratlon of Hindoo.) lo
llrltlsh Columbia. Itepoitn trom the
l'nellle Coast show that already distress
and privation Imvu been oxcricuced hy
many of tlio Hindoos wlio have recent
ly I'omo to tills country.
PAULINE MORTON TO WEO
Now VoiK Kiclely Is luli'icMcd In
Hi" roinaiuo of Miss Paulino .Moiliiu.i
daughter of Paul Moiltui, runner rln-l Not only this -but the Quality We
relaiy of thu Navy mid u former flu- rwnlsli You is DURABLE -nd there.
WEo luup, now hcid of tlio i:iiilnlili 'orc Ecouomlcil,
Lite AsKiiruilip Hocli.ty. ami .1 Hup l!vciy talent nf our enperlenceil
kllia Smith, J I,, i llimnnl uriiiuu!ii,'woikiiiii U enerclseil In nlve you what
wIiomi I'ligiinijiiioiit Iiiih Jiihl been mi 'wo our.tnlce A Pr.lll'CCT PIT,
imiimeil Ml Morton mul Mr. HinliP
lull ul ii VVIillu IIuunii nniui! iliir
HK w nitlifr'N Ivliii III Ihu Cabinet
Mini i uqi n Miiitiif love ul IH'M alibi I
)r. Mujllli u mmbr of lluiiani
vU lit I'JDt Iliul s up i.iwwm M a
iwlnmii tfu iM luut Immoi mm fur
m wHJilliiii. ,
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Dickens, Juno Auslcn, Horns,
Klngsley. Tennyson, Thackeray,
Tho Ilronlos, Carlylc, Lever,
Shakespeare, Scotl, Ilunyan.
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Price 2 per volume. Handsomely
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Wm. G. Lyon Co.
PORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
lllank books of nit sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletl&'Pnb.
John K. Ilulgcr, Inspector ot lloluif,
mid O F. Holies, Inspector of llinli.
I have been unablo lo agtco as to Ihu
incisure of icsponslblllty thnl uttnclies
to Cuptnlu W. P. S. Porter for the
itrnndlng ot tho steamship Mongolia
at .Midway Island.
Holies handed ill Ills decision In the
mailer yesterday, bill Ilulgcr refused
to concur with blin.
Tho decision wus handed to Supcr
vlhlug IiiKpcclot John Ucrmliinhiiu)
who, on accounts of its character, ro-
liihcd to mako It public. Ho uald:
"llollcu n ml Ilulgcr hnvo not been
r.lile to agree us lo the blame for the
disaster. I have Holies' decision, lo
which Ilulgcr says he dissents. This is
not u.illsfiiclur). 1 will havo n Joint
I'eclsion from hutli Inspectors, or, if
they aro (till unablo lo agree, I wll
write n decision."
It Is understood Hint Holies, In his
ileeUlan, censured Captain Porter for
the disaster. On tlio other hand, It ii
uald that Ilulgcr fuors tho captuln, ami
is dlspoacd to Iny tlio hlams on First
Olllcer Miirtln, who wns on tlio bridge
wild tho captain when tho vcjscI
This dlffcronca of opinion was np
parent during tho Investigation Into
tho ilrciimtdiiiifcs of tho stranding. It
Is pielly well understood that (ho two
Inspectors atu iiuuhlo to agree, so tho
piiHpecIa urn Unit In thn end the dcel
hlon will eoiuef loin Captain llermiug
ham, Chronicle, Nov, 20. ,
PW FlnoJob'Prlntlng'at the Bui
anil comfortably cool, aro Wlilto Lin-
t" n"ck Bulls,
W. W. Allium & Co.,
it HIi'U 81,
TELLS ABOUT LUAl)
The man who wrote the nrtlclo
about tho Nnnlnla I'au riding club on
November 25, Is tho lowest of lowest.
He Is talking through his hat when ho
snld the Hall ft music was not paid.
Tho President paid everything herself.
Tho Princess was busy during tlio
dny attending to the l.iinu nt Hanlclca
I-awti of which she Is a member after
Ifio affair wns over went to sco nboul
tlio music nnd .wns told II wag n. k.J
of which she bad somo other musicians
who offered to play for tho night as
somo of Ihein wcro members of tho
Pnu riding club but, being told tho
other club wns coming so tliahkeil
them and told them lo coma to tho
dnnco nnd hnvo a good time. The
tats eye man of Knlmiikl did not sco
slrnlght when ho isald Hint tho Prin
cess left her purse at home, that was
really too bad but even If she did 1
guess sho could have raised the mon
ey if II was needed as the Princess
wns collecting money from the pro
ccedi of the door nnd articles sold In
Tho Princess paid everything & do
not owo one cent, but she says tho
man who wrote tho article and that
was present at the dnnco with yellow
lets on bin neck and hnl and who lias
ecu so loud in talking III nbout others
nnd who pretends In Iho eyes of Hni
Princess Hint ho is surely doing all ho
can In helping tho club along of which
his wlfo Is a member Is Iho man
who owes tho Princess. Ilo enmo lo
the Princess one morning about six
months ago lo borrow money ns bo
was In need of it & ns his wlfo being
n member or tho club tho Princess
gave It to him, she even gave him
clean clothes to go lo town, ns tho
ones ho had on was not fit to bo seen
In tho eyes of tho community & Is this
tlio thnnks that sbo gets from this
man to talk III and make up lies and
runs n woman's nama down who Is
trying lo help oul Iho people & is nl;
wnys trying lo assist Iho needy A poor
& ntso trying to hold up and keep up
Hawaiian customs & is working hard
for the future welfare of iho country
ii people nt heart now little man
of Knlmiikl let mo tell you that thu
Princess Ik not a dend bent now re
member (hat In your crnnum & don't
ou forget & ilont yon ever think sho
Is n fool one thing she Is an Indc
pendant woman while this fouled
mouth limn of the Tlscr Is like Iho
Chinese lliiffalo used In plowing tho
rlco patches & thinks when ho talks
111 about people that his "DOSS" will
double his salary a man of this kind
Is a disgrace to his race & to bis
gender to mnkc his living In foul talk
ing Ho ought to go back to
SHANGHAI" & bo seated on the
Golden chariot, Tho Nnnlola I'au tid
ing Club dancing wns n success & ev
ery body Hint nttended the affair bad
n good time on account of being n suc
cess, another dnnco will bo given
onco moro next Saturday night at Iho
same place nt 7.30 nclock. Thoso who
paid lor their tickets at tho last danco
will ho frco of charge & those wish'
lug to attend shall pay nt Iho door tho
panic price. All thoso who nrn hold
Ing tickets and money of tlio Club
must bu returned to tho President on
Thursday morning If not returned on
that day they will bo responsible for
Tho foul mouthed man of Knlmukl
nlns holds Fifteen tickets that Is Fif
teen dollars worth Klvo dollnrs Is duo
to tho Cluii as his Wife is a member
& must bo paid without fall on Thurs
day morning to the President of the
club now llttlo man who owes
row J I hopq you will not talk any
moro about tlio Princess ,for she can
wrlto Just ns well ns you can & per
haps more. Don! over dreuni Hint you
tan bout thu lluwallaus because, you
I think you urn sorry that you talked
luo much for I haver told Iho truth &
you wliero aro thou?
Thn following mo tho specific In
dictments returned ngninsl Sclimltz
nnd Rucf who aro Jointly -accused ot
feloniously and unlawfully forcing cer
tain Snu Francisco French rcbtuurunC
proprietors lo pay spoclflcd sums of
money for retail liquor licenses:
One Indictment charges that on Jan.
uary IT,, I'.m-,, lichmllz and Hucf ex
lorted $1175 from Antonio 11. Hlniico,
who wns the proprietor of the now
Poodle Dog restaurant, then at ithe
i.oriior qf Uddy and Mason ttreets; In
another, that on Fcbrtiury (!,. !&(.
Illuncu had lo pay Hchmltz nnd Ituef
Hid further sum ot $1000; In two others,
that these samo amounts on tlio dates
incut loticil wcro corruptly extorted
from Joseph Malfnull, Charles Kclli
mid William l.'ifrcuz, who conducted
Mho Dcliiioiilco restaurant, which be.
I loin the lire wns located at 110 O'Fnr
Kll hi i ret j and In thn liftli, Hint mi
IJiiliuaiy 15, III'),',, I'lcrro I'tlct, Michel
llcbrel find I'Mwnnl J, .Muiclimid, who
I mumini'd Murihmid'n ri'Sluiiiniil, Hun
,1111 iiiockton and (le.iry htiruts, had to
pay the Major unil llin bosii ft 17ft. Ihry
tui'iipliiR ihu ileiniiiui for aiioihcr fluou
U iti 1'iiiruuiy,
Kuril nf llirsu iiU'hui nlfciiH's la pun
Mmlilu by iiiiiiiiiiiiip in im, huh
iriiMifni-- fur n ivrm imi eKcidini'
GRAND JURY HEARD
ICanllnuarf from Paae 1)
line cases on tho calendar wcro reached
Unit tho clerk began to call off th
natnM. Chinese began lo file up anil
rango themselves In front of the bench
lintll'the 'entire space In front of tho
railing was lllled with Celestials packed
six deep. There wcro Alls nnd Kwals
nnd Rams nnd Sings nnd nil the other
names that correspond lo John Smith
nnd Henry Jones.
Assistant Attorney General Prosscr
Is nsslstlng the prosecution, .but ho kepi
In Iho background and let Androde do
tho active work. Chnrllc Chllllngworth
was senior counsel for the defense.
Mnlor Poller was the first witness
put- on the stand for tho prosecution,
ne'tolil the ftory of thoi raid. how ho
hnd fono to the front 'ilnor nnd Blood
tlicro listening In the sound of shuffling
feet and to clicking noises which ho
was sure were made by dominoes, lie
snld ho wns surctho would recognize
tha sound mndo by. dominoes. Then lio
went hnckithrough n jcweler'a shop and
up the stairs, pnshlngapen a trap door.
He saw i somo Chlncso , running and
caught one. iwhom ho .Induced to show
him a trap 'from which he 'could look
down Into tho room where the Chlncso
were. Ho saw nbout 70 of them, somo
engaged In moving tables and others
sitting nronnd. Ilo saw no gambling.
After thnl ho went back and entered
tho-room, nflcr llrown hnd arrived, nnii
searrhed It. Tho only thing ho found,
exccpl tho furniture, was whnl ho took
to bo n "kilty." The Chinese, ho said,
looked dejected nnd downcast.
Waldron testified that ha heard tho
shuffling of feet, but no clicking
sounds. He didn't sco any gambling
Then the prosecution sprung Us stnr
witness, n young Chinese named Chan
Kwal. Ho testified that ho was In tho
room on tho day In question and Hint
the Chinese wcro gnmldlng there, play
ing fan tan nnd pal knu. Ho said lie
lost two dollars at fan Inn himself.
Chnn Wnl. ho said, was running tho
Ian tan gamo.
On cross-cxnmlnatlon Chan Kwal ad
mitted Hint tho only work ho had dono
for three years nnd a half was two
months work on n steamer. Chilling-
worth got out of him the fact that ho
wns Indttccd to testify In the present
iasc by nnothcr 'Chinese who runs n
gambling gamo nt nnothcr place. Slnco
189S, he said, ho had occupied hlmbclt
with the business of an Informer. Ho
hnd been urrcstcd twlco before, but
had escaped nerving n sentence, onco
on an appeal to tho Circuit Court,
Ah Fook, another Chlncso Informer,
lestlllcd to nbout the same things that
Chan Kwal did. ,
Attorney General Prosscr Instructed
Judge Derby, In ense ho found that thn
defendants wcro RMllly. to give them
Jail sentences. The Judge found that
the liS Chlncso were guilty, but gave
only two of them Jail sentences. Ah
Wnl, the man convicted of running thn
ganic. wns given one month, and Ah
Choe, the door keeper, got two, weeks.
Tho 116 others wcro lined $25 each, a
total of $1050.
It cost Plillamlnn Knhachawall ten
dollnrs anil costs to pull the balr ot
Annlo Rose. Phllnmlna admitted that
sho did the pulling, but bellovcd her
telr Justified in doing so on nccount oi
Iho things Annie had uald to her, Aunlo
:was feeding jho baby at tho lime, .so
Phllnmlna had n good clinnco lo gel n
Annlo und the baby wcro present lo
testify ns lo tho conduct or Phllnmlna.
Annlo talked volubly. Tho baby said
nothing, but merely blinked resigned
ly nt tho'Judgo ns it wob whirled reck.
Icssly about by tho excited gestures ot
Judgo Derby thought that Phllnmlna
had hnd ten dollars worth or fun out ot
the balr pulling, so ho asked her to
come thiough with that amount, plus
tho costs of tha case, Sho compiled
Anlonlo l.i Cruz, who admitted (hut
ho wasn't' accustomed' to work In any
form, was given an opportunity to real
for about four mouths over on tho rucf.
Ho sighed wearily nnd went back lo
tho prUojicrs' dock to recover from tho
exhaustion of (.landing up to listen to
IN A STEAM LAUNDRY
A female factory insneclnr. nrior
much argument, persuaded, the head
oi n smaii inunury io snow nor over
tho premises, Tho manageress throw
onen tho .door of a steamlm- ktirhnn
In which thero wcro somo half dozen
wnHiicrwomun nenuing ovcrtubs.
"Ladles,'' sho announced In .' .Irn.
iiintlc volco, Vn woman from tho gov-
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