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EVENING HUMXTIN, HONOLULU.
t n.P rninAY, dec. 21, iboc.
Ltahl Chapter Rtgular,
Hawaiian Consistory Regular
5 p. m.
r Hawaiian Third 7130 p. m.
7i30 p. m.
jllonolulu Chapter Election
Lei Aloha Chapter Initiation.
All visiting members of tba
order are cordially Invited to it
tend meetlnn of local lodges.
HARMONY LODOE, No. (, I. 0. O. P.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
I. O. O. K'Hal. Fort ttreet.
i:. It. IIENOIIY. Secretary.
C. 0. I10TTEU N. Q.
, All visiting brothers Tcry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. at P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
t:J0 o'clock In K. of K Hall, Kiur
street. Vlsltltir brothers cordially In
tiled to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. 0.0.
F. WALDItON, K.R.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meets every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mam
ben ot Myttlo Lode, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
A. D. DONTJ, C. 0.
A. 8. KENWAT, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODQE 611, . P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. tit, B. P. O. H.,
will meet In their ball, on Miller
and Beretanla streets, every Friday
) By order ot the Z. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
ft B. MURRAT, E.R.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.ef P.
' Meets every Saturday evening at
1:10 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
tit to attend.
H. M. JOHNSON. 0.0.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.fl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. t.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
O'clock In K. of P. Hull, King streL
Visiting Eaglea are Invited tr at
tend. BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
' Meets every eecond and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. O. O. T,
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
, W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. of R.
I Think of the
Tf 11 will is lot it often
tlinii a conttwt. If deed
nml not Iminil wlicn wanted
mid certified liy tliw projior
it nil nieaiis money lost. In eillier event tho cost is greater
hy fur tlinii the rent of a Ikix in our Safe Deposit vault
several times oyer.
FOH FOUR DOLI.AKS
we gunrniitpu you security from los for tho period of 0110
year mid you will have (ho use of one of tlio hoxes in our
vault tluit is made of steel and iron and limit so strong
that it will resist tho attacks of burglars even when dyna
mite is u-icd to effect an entrance.
FOIt COltPOn ATIONS
we aavo, tho largest private
111 tlio country. 1 hose urn made largo so that hooks of
record as well as silver plate in largo quantities may bo
easily deposited in 0110 of them. For estates managed by
two persons thoy are most satisfactory for the reason that
lioth oflicers must lo present in order that tho safo may
Wo have private rooms where papers mny bo examined at
any timo dunng business hours and where there is less danger -
of interruption than thcro would ho in a private ollice. .(j
Tlio oflicers of this Compnuv uro always ready to givo advieo ,'fc
when asked upon any subject with which their cxperieneo lias !
uiiiilo them familiar. Tho securities offered investors aro he- Jj
loved to bo gilt edgo and such us the courts approve for invest- J-
.incut by executors and administrators. .
We will bo planted to huvo yOu call and inspect tho ofliges J!
and the mammoth vault whether or not you intend to become i(!
n patron. , ii!
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.f Ltd I
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MIT1 MOU1 "
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DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Meets ovcry second and fjurtb Wed
nesday of each month at San Anlonio
-HilJ. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attonil.
T. F. McTiailE. Prei.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
TO BE PLAYED
IN BOTH STYLES
On Christmas day tin- public will
luivu 1111 iipiiortunlty of witnessing I lie
two styles uf foot hall played In Mono
lulu, at -tho baseball grounilH.
An lnlci-('iillKlati' gnini1 between the
I'llUlllHtll mill DlntilMlliI llcnil tunmuulll
inlie pliu at 2:30. Then will follow
the AHMKMiitloM Kanie between Kcotlanil
unit ii picked elecu from the rest of
I''ollowl;i aio the tenniH cluiHeii foi
the AuMiclntloii giiinv:
Oiiul- Dlckwm (V. M. C. A.).
DaekH: Mi Kill (Malic), Maconnel
Half llacliK; Mueuiilay (Y. M. C. A.),
Center (Malic), It. Andcfhon (Mulle).
FiilwnrilH: (liny (Mulle), Jainlcnon
(Malic). II. CalKin (Piiimliou). J. II.
Untlnii, Ciipt., (I'iiiiiiIiimi), J, Crnll (I'll'
REST OF THE LEA RUE.
Coal. C'lillllnKWiirth (Mulle).
Il.iuks- Stuiiley Ueai'ilmote, Cnpt.,
(Y, M. C. A.), E. drumi (1). lleadu).
Half llacliK: Kellett (Mnlle), J.
Clnrk (I). llnuU). i:. Denlia (I). IleuiU).
FotnanU: OH (Y. M. C. A.), Fer-iiaiulci-
(I). Hernia), Cattemll (.Mulle),
Illuvknmn (Y M. C. A.), Woo (D.
H.euilKl, t'hurtim (Y. M. C. A.).
RvM-rvt-!,: RleiiMin, Mon Yin, V.
Davlii, A WllllaniB.
Coliim- Scotland, light blue; Rest,
I Tho ARHiiclatlim tcanm will practice,
ut Maklkl tills urteriiiKiu at 3 o'clock
ami 011 Monday,
ineiiin legiil niiiplicntioii4 worse i!
to 11 piccn of iroerty is mislaid !
there nuit lie n diiiilicati! mndo 1
olIiciul in tint land ollice.s. And a
hoxes to ho found in any vault t
"i? yy 'Sf !f-Zl2-,fH2Z
JjmJrJ UV, "IV'fi lrr-iB
B . X fl Mw
?" .'JJ.11 J-JUU-'", I
I LOCAL AND GENERAL
'' You may usually tlnd It In less than
I 24 hours through a Bulletin want ad.
1 Autos lor hire at Ter Stable. 1
' Sep the new curio store for novelties
' In liiillan nml llnwnllnu articles foi
Xmna. llSf, Kort street.
I The K AU lion, nnhliig from Kit
unl this morning, brought U5t bags ol
rite and W packages of sundries. She1
reports inogli weather whllo crossing'
' tht channel.
LAU YEE FHCt
(Continued from Page 1) ,
Inallon held In the District Attorney k
I'. S. Miirsliul lleudry tcslincd ;ih to
liU arrest of Yee lic nt the Wo HIliR
eture. lie staled that her living loom
was furnished In European Ktyle anil
Attorney llrecl.oiis ulxo tcstlllcd.
JudKU t)nls delivered the follow lug
It appears thai thu alleged father of
this girl. 11 Chinese iiiercliuiit, Is u clt
lr.cn if the Dulled Slates, having be
conic one by virtue of the provision ol
the net of Congress of the United .States
to provide n (loernment for the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, approved April HO,
1'JOO, where III It Is provided by section
4 that all persons who ucre citizens of
the Republic of Hawaii on August 12,
IS9S, aro hereby ilcclnred to be citizen.)
of the United Stutes and citizens of the
Territory of Hawaii. Ab to the wisdom
of this provision my Judicial position
and n desire to maintain the dlnnlty uf
my otfice ami what Is clearly reipilieil
of me by Judicial ethics, forbids me 10
express no opinion 011 the ipiestloii
('on Kress tins passed the luw. All 1
urn called ii)'i to do Is to Intcrpiel
mid construe It, Any Judicial olllcer
who so fur forgets himself and the
duties ImiKised upon him by his high
enlllng as to bu eonstantly expretslug
opinions upon ikiIIIIciiI (piestlons while
on the Di'iich, lenes himself open to
the suspicion thai ho lakes advantage
of his iKisltlon to keep his name before
the public and to be talked nbout us
1111 01 ado. It seems to me that such
conduct Is highly Improper, whcthci
or not. orientals, Japanese and China
men, should become American citizens,
Is an open and debatable question that
the press. Congress, Killtlclnns nml ot
eis should discuss In the appropriate
forum Public, opinion as to the wis
dom of passing laws to erunt them the
right to become citizens Is divided in
this Territory. There are those who
wish to make Hawull an American Ter
ritory. There urn those who wish to
make Hawaii an American Territory In
fuel as well ns In name, who believe
that such legislation would be unwise
and destroy her chances for Statehood
ne well us to hamper mid crowd the
Americans who are now here so us to
mike It 1111 uiidescrilile pluee to Uro In.
Which side of thu ouestlon I sliall take
at the proper timo and In the proper
plnic I shall not announce from my
seat us U. S. Commissioner for this
Territory. A man because he exercises
judicial functions Is not precluded from
having pronounced opinions upon
social and pollltcal questions. Yet the
llcncli Is no place for him to air his
I cannot but Miy Hint this partlculni
Chinese-American citizen, under tho
evidence lu this case, has allowed his
daughter to reach the ago of 18 with
ort affording her tho means to leurn
to lead or write; the vulue of such u
man as 11 citizen can bo estimated and
found by thoso iuteicsted In this grent
social and pollthal problem. I urn nut
here to try him for neglect of the high
ilntls that citizenship Imposes, but 1
urn amazed at his uttui disregard ol
parental duty If bis story is true, as
detailed by li'.m under oath this day. It
has not been established by a prepond
erance or exldence Hint this girl Is now
unlawfully within the limits of the
United States ami my plain duty is to
illsiubfs this case and to discharge her
from custody and she Is free to depart
fiom this Court us soon as I place the
outer for her release In the hands ol
tho United Slates Marshal,
OEO. A. DAVIS,
U. S. Commissioner.
(Continued from Paaa 1.)
are the Missouri and the Lewis Luck-
cnbnck, both of which can handle 10,
OUU tons of raw sugur, and thu Doro
thy, Carolyn and Evelyn, all three of
5,000 tons capuclty. With tho throe
8,000-ton vessels or tho regular floet,
tho American, Hawaiian and Oregon
tho sugar on tho Atlantic Coast will
bu handled with ease.
JUDD MET MANY
(Continued from Page 1)
Southern I'miice, uh tho guest ot the
owner of his paper, Israel Putnam,
with whom ho Is limiting an extended
"I'hlllp U. Duukey and Kennedy, who
were both on tho Honolulu Republican
I ulso met in Muullu, where. Duukey Ik
editor of tho Mniillii Uulletlu.
"Flunk VI da 1 saw In China. He li
coming home soon with u broken leg
He was Injured on the nice course."
DIMOND'8 ART GOODS
Dlmoiid & Co.'s Christmas stock ol
urt goods Is lu tlnlr stoio gallery. They
consist of some veiy pretty bronze uud
brass Jurdleuulures, desk and smoking
sets, elertilo sn tallies, toast plucquet
uud cooUoo clocks. There will bo musli
lu their store tonight.
Evening Bulletin 75 per month.
MUr ..,- -,;
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON DUILDINO, FORT 8TREET,
Over May & Co,
JEWELRY and CURIOS
The BUSIEST PLACE IN TOWN
..BECAUSE THE GOODS MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF
THE SEASON. ALSO, BECAUSE, AS USUAL, HERE ARE
8HOWN THE ONLY NEW PIECES IN HAWAIIAN JEWELRY.
THE HAWAIIAN SEAL RINfi PLEASES ALL WHO 8EE IT AND
FILLS A PLACE NO OTHER HOUSE CAN FILL AT PRESENT.
CURIOS and JEWELRY
1064 FORT 8TREET NEAR HOTEL.
Yee Hop & Co.
Your turkey will
WE WILL BE
C. Q, Yee Hop
Cash op Easy Payments
SUBSCRIPTION, REFERENCE, LAW. AND MEDICAL BOOK8, GENERAL
FINE BINDINGS A SPECIALTY.
CAREFUL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERQ.
AGENTS CUNN SECTIONAL BOOKCASES.
WM. C. LYON CO,, LTD
Fort and Hotel Streets (upstairs)
TELEPHONE MAIN 401.
"THIngs which In hungry mortal's eyes find favor."
The thing which' will find the most favor now Is their
"Things which In hungry mortal's eyes find favor."
der from us now and we'll exercise special care In selecting a fine, fat, Juicy
tender young bird for you. Our supply Is a bountiful one and contains the
California and Island Live and
Order At Once
be the better for so doing,
OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY UNTIL 9
ONE DELIVERY ONLY.
& Co,, 'Phone Main 25
Swretnry Shaw of the United Stales
Trrnnury Department In his au'nuul cm
tltnuto of upproprliitiuii for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 19US, recommends
tho nppioprlutlon of thu money for the
Refund Hill for lliiwnll.
Tho first Intimation of this that has
been roi-'dved hero riiiue lu tho Secrc
tury's esOmato or appropriations, a
ropy of which was received nt the Gov
ernor's ofllcn by thu last mall from
the Coast. The sum recommended foi
this purpose is V.':!,3M.r,'j, which is nil
that Is naked for by tho Territory.
(lovornor Carter was considerably
surprised this morning when he found
till Item Included In the estimated ap
propriations. He stated that ho hnd
not expected an thing of the hind, and
that this puts n different fuco on the
project for getting the money.
Hitherto Undo Joe Cannon hue
strongly opikisimI tho bill making such
1111 nppioprlutlon. Ills attitude now r
passive. That Is, he Buys he will not
opiKiso the meusiire. Hut, of course,
It is too much to bo expected that he
will assist In getting It through Con
giess. It will probably be enough If
ho iloesn'l oppuM It. The recommeiidii
Hon, of the Secretary of the Treasury
cotnr-s ns unexiiected assistance to
those who have been trying to get the
refund hill through Congress, and there
Is now good reason to hope that it will
become n law.
The appropriations for the Territory
of llnwnll contain nothing of any gieut
moment beyond the usual eont lucent
expenses ntul n few' minor npproprln-
lion which aie 1 renin mended foi th
nni.oje ot 1 in l 11 ! the running expenses
of the varlouu Federal Institutions, surli
as the light house rervlee, the nuar
amine stuTion, etc., and smull tippio
prlntloim for Improvements at the naval
station nml thu quarantine station.
The estimated appropriation for con
tingent expenses, covering salarks,
etc, amounts In nil to IIM.OOO. It In
clude:! the following Items:
Salnry of the (lovernor, (5000: Sec-
lelnry, ilOOChler Justice at (SSU0 iilxl
two nssoclntu Justices nt $'000, l.',."i,U;
Judges of the rlicuit courts, nt 3uuo
ns much ns may bu necessary out ol
any monies lu the Treasury not other
In connection with the salaries ol
Tenltnrlul unices, (lovernor Carter
recommends an Increase in the salary
or tho (iou-rnnr from $000 to $7S00 11 .
,ear. He also reeomiiiends Hint two
associate Justices bu added to the .Su
preme bench nt u salary of $1,000 each.
For Judges or the circuit courts (ex
cept the Ilrs t Judicial district, at $300(1
each ns much Is rviommeiided to be up
pitiprlated as may be necessary. To
tills Is appended a note by the Governor
III which he states that the $3000 pro
vided Is Btimclent for Judges outside ot
Honolulu, ns their wurk Is light, hut
the first circuit work Is constant, uud
each of these three judges should le-
celve not less than $4000.
The sum of $3500 Is recommended for
contingent expenses to be expended by
Hie Clovernor us follows: postage, sta
tionery nml incidentals, $1000; prlvule
sicietary to the (lovernor, $i000: tniv
ellng expenses or the Governor while
absent from the Capitol on olllclal bus
For the Improvement of I'euil liar
Isir but $2000 Is recommended, to be
spent on the survey and project lor
the Improvement of tho llurlwr.
An appropriation or $5000 is recom
mended for thu condemning of prlvule
Ilslilng rights lu the Territory. It hi
suggested that this appropriation be
nude, under thu Federal Department of
Justice for canning out the desire' ol
Congress to condemn and usccrtaln the
lawful value of these prlvule lights,
which have been recognized by thu Su
preme Court ot the United States.
The Hydrographlc branch ot the flcn
logical Survey In Hawaii comes lu lor
a recommend appropriation for rapid
ly surveying the condition in thu Is
Inula of the water above uud betow the
surface or the ground.
lly the net or June 30, 1U0l), the sum
or $10,000 was appropriated for thu pur
chase of books for the courts'nf Hu
wall. It Is recommended that thu un
expended balance or this nppropr.'ut'ou
be made nvallable for the same purpLiu
Nino thousand two hundred dollars
s recommended for tho puriiose or pay
ing salaries or thu United Stales Dis
trict Com t officials, us follows; Judge
$5000; clerk, $3000; reporter, $1200.
No extra appropriation Is recom
mended for thu maintenance of tho
I.epiosy Hospltu). It Is recommended
that thu balunco of the appropriation
of $50,000 made by the act or March
3, 11)0.1, nnd reapproprluted by the act
ot Juno 30, l'JOG, for the fiscal year 1007,
be made nvullublu for 1008.
A total of $2500 Is recommended for
the Honolulu Quarantine Station, $2000
for tanks Mr water supply uud $500 foi
a water pipe to the new wharf.
The naval station conies lu for only
$3100. Tho sum or $1100 Is recom
mended for grading, cmbliig and fenc
ing, and $2000 for fender Umbel's foi
l'lers I mid. II.
The remaining Item Is the recom
mendation for an appropriation of $23,
3113. li!) for lelmbursliig thu Terrltury for
the amount expended by It in maintain
ing the light house service on tho
coasts of the Territory from the tliuu
ot the org inlzatlon of the Territory up
to the timo the light house service wus
tuken over by tho Federal Government.
An act appropriating this sum was sub
mitted at the lust session of Congress.
The Items mentioned do uot cover ull
the Territory will get. Governor Car
ter states that thoy uro made up fiom
his report, but there aro certain Fed
eral officials who do not report to him,
but whose estimates of the amounts in
quired for running their departments
go directly to the Secretary of the
Treasury, and consequently are not In
cluded In the above. Marshal Hendry,
for Instance, does not report to thu
Governor, nor does tho Collector ol
No doubt you Intend to get a nobby
new suit for Christmas, Let us help
you decide the kind you will "want.
Wo have some beautiful new suit
ings In dark woolen goods that are
"Just The Thing."
We've priced these VERY LOWI
Why not see them?
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE42741. ?. O. Box 98t