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i:T.NMNfl nUJ.MVrlN, IIONOI.tH.lt. T II, TI'HSDAY. JAN 2.'. I?07
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Lcahl Chapter No. 2 -Regular
Pacific Second Degree
Hawaiian Second Degree
Perfection Regular 6 p. m.
I Oceanic Practice
All visiting mcmbcri of tie
order are cordially Invited to it
tend meetings of local lodges.
rlARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. 0. F.
Atecta every Monday evening at 7:10
In I. O. O F. Hall. Fort streeL
i: It HKNRRY. Secretary.
I C A SIMPSON, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Mccta every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'rlm-k In K. ot 1. Hall, liiur
street. Visiting brother cordially In.
wiled to attend.
. S WKHltF.tt, C C.
1' WAI.DHON, K. It S.
, OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. ( r.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers ot Myrtle Lodjc, No. 2, Wm.' Mc
Klnlcy Lodge, No. 8, and flatting
brothers cordially Invited.
n nosuNO. c c
' a s. ki:nvay, k it s.
HONOLULU LODQE 111, I. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No filC, II O. K.,
will meet In their ball on Klne near
lort Direct ever) Friday ovening.
Ill order of tho II. It.
HAItltY II. SIMPSON,
. II. i: MURRAY, K.R.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODQE No. , K.tlP.
Meets every Calunlay evening at
f:tO o'clock In K. ot P. Jlall, King
strut Visiting brothers cordially In
Me" to attend.
L. II. WOLF, C C.
T " K. A. JACOIJSON, K. IL H.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, F. O. Z.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evonlngs ot each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King BtreL
Visiting Eagles aro tnvltod U at
BAM McKL'AOUE. Vf.P. '
H. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TniDE Ne. 1, I. O. It. M.
Meets ever reconil, and fourtli
FRIDAY ot null mouth In I. 0 O. K
Visiting biotlicrx cordially Invited to
n. V TOmi, Sacliem.
' '' A i:. MURPHY, C. of It.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 613, Y. M. I.
Meets cvery.scccincl and fourth Wed
nesday nf each month at San Antonio
JIaJI. Visiting brothcro cordially In
vltcd to attond.
F. V WHKO, Pros.
B. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't &tart the New
Year wrong, merchants,
,.' but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'llbegin the
work right, end It right
and chargo only what's
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 103.
C. W. ZEIQLER Managtr
manufactured from pure distilled wa.
ter, Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Etiie 3161.
Phone Main 197
and you'll 'jet FRESH BAKED bread
Delivered to Your Home.
PRE8H FLOWER AND VEGETACLE
SEEDS pOR SALE.'
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
' YOUNG BUILDING.
TEL MAIN SM,
We have the most com
plete line of locks, hing
es, window catches and
In the city. We supply
suitable goods for any
building from an elegant
mansion down to a poul
SAMPLES ON DISPLAY.
Wc have a few kodaks to rent,
besides a fresh supply of films,
The weather Is Just right for
picture taking and you have the
chance of your life.
Anybody can use a kodak It's
FORT STREET '
No waits between courses
when you lunch here; yet
you make take all the time
you wish to eat.
Busy men are served
promptly. All patrons get
the best the market affords.
25 CENTS WITH BEER.
Blank books of all torts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin l'uh.
Ilohlng Company. .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Are you having a little private mon
ey nanle of vour own? If so. don't try
to borrow 3El!L SOMETHING, and
rcplonlsh your purse. A Bulletin want"
ad. will act as your broker In the mat-j
Tull.vhos. Ilverv.nulo SlkviN Slbls
lllnk open Wednesday and Sstunliy
nights only Hand music.
1) Howard llllcheock sketched tin"
Inva lion for nn oil painting
Hertulnr meeting of Kxrelslnr LoJrp
No 1. I 0 O. F. this evening
J k Kniiliikoii Is n iniidldato fjr
scrgeatit-nt-arms of the House
Tilt1 February number of I he Hono
lulu Times V.III lio out tnmoirow
Mjsllf Inlge, No 2, K of 1' inert
lonlsbt In K of P Hall. King street
Frank U llnlcli has applied f .r .id
mission to I lie Hawaii I'nr Asscch
Hon Sealed tenders for the building of n
(imvent at Knlmukl are ndvcrtlbed for
In this Issue
Court ('amoes No. XI 10, A 0 1.
meets this evening nt 7.30 nVljtl. In
San Antonio Hall.
ladles' Aitxllliir) A 0 H mielH 'hl(
I'WnlllE 111 til
0 r II. II Hail on I'Ofii
i.lrrol Important business,
If the iwy who found a bank book
and returned same In Ulshop fc Co,
will rail, u reward will Iip paid him.
I)i W. T Monuarrat will lmc rhiiree
of Ur Kuwait's pnujlhc during the tat
ter's absence on the Island of Hawaii
Special reduction on hheets, pillow
ciscK, woolen mid cotton blankets,
comforters and quilts at A IIIoiii'h I lit J
Special mrrtlng of I'.irlllc Iidr.e,
with work in Hip wrond Ocbipt, thl3
evening ;it 7 'M o'clock In Masonic
Coat our lion roofs wllh "Arabic."
You will be surprlred nt Its cooling and
prcsenalHo properties. California
Feed Co. .agents.
(J. ( tlt.-iilford. foreman nt the V
S nxpcrliuent Station, will lcno for
Kauai today to make experiments In
lapping n grove of rubber trees.
Miss Ada lthodes won the ten-dollar
prize on Sutida by being the first l:nl j
among me passengers 01 uie iie.uucr
Mami.i I,o.i lo reach the ii-u flow
A little moie coal or wood on thJ
fire thcu: rhllly mornings will ui.il1
ou decided!) more comfortable. The1
Pacific Traiufcr Co will BUppI) ou
tl Itli nltlin a
... ... , . ,
iliur" iiv " "ii iiiv luiiiiiii its iiiiimiii
will bo appointed to wiceccd the late
II I' Sturtetatit as pilmlpal of Ho
A furnlthed cottage In good neigh
borhood Is wauled Sen ad this Issue.
II. Cilliuanrthe iii.inufaeliirer of Hi
ll. (. somcnlr Jewelry, has tin Intu
esllug nil In this Issue.
There will be n meeting of the Kao
iilhlok.ila Society lit Mrs. I'unhl'H i ru
ble me, Monday, the 28th lurl. I 111 mm 1
nut business In relation to ride on
Fcbniarv 22 All membcra are le
iiucsted to intend.
Walls and ceilings of Mie IMucalloii
odliu aic being tie.ited lo knlsomliilug
ami the (loom are lo Iip rl.ul In lino
leum The place ueds Ibis ilrewilns
up which the Depaitiiicut of l'ublle
Works Is glxltig It
Superllitendelit McVeigh, who In In
town, reports great damage by storm at
Hie l'jier KelllepiPiit The l'lotcntnnt
cliurih lost silro mid roof, tho srliool
liousc was demolished and many small
buildings oei turned.
The. HcjsIuVi has plenty of surl
bo.irds, surf canoes, Canadian cauoca
etc., which ate nt the dlHpot.a! of Its
gucbts. nenicmbcr thai tho best bath
Ing and tho best Burt for board rldluc lt
directly In front of the Seaside.
The government sprinkling cart?
were held up bj Mlsa D.ulsun, the hu
mane olllcer, last Sunday Mlsa Mall
eoli camscd the drhcro to remove Hi"
harnes3 from the aniiiuh ro that 'i
thorour.il examination could be maile
Ilcinard Kelekollo, llarty Murray
pnd V K Ljmaii ol llllo are after the
mulstaut Llcrkohlp of the Senate nnij
not tho clerkship, which In considered
us Wm S.nldgc'H certain jirUc. The
Jlullrtln a few duys ago Rtntcd that Ke
lekollo and Murray weie after tho uii
filhtnnt clerkship. '
A native mimed Ilaker, gntheied a
rrowd about lilm jenterd.iy In tho Kn
knako district, by exhibiting n revol
ver and a handful of uirlrldges and
promising tliem u Hist class view of a
man blowing his bruins out. An ofll
ter Interfered befoio tho piogram could
be lfiii3licd mid gatheied tho would-be
migol under the protecting wing of Hie
R K. Rogers, private secretary lo II.
T Wllla, the tnnellng reprcccntatlie
of tho New York Commciclal, has pie
tented a phonograph and set of records
lo the leper bettlement Mi Hogern has)
becomo much interested in the won:
on Molokal, and after a conversation
with Jack Atkinson, hu stated that hu
was going to send up a phonograph for
tho amusement of Iho peopln over
there. lie did so jesterduy afternoon,
II, Abbey, n gr.idunlo of tho Kume
hnmcha sdiools mid a jiomau at tho
local naval station, guvu n very Inter
esting lecture Sunday evening on (lie
olsrlpllnn ol the n.'iiv, before the stu
Cents of Knmchamena, President P
L Home bad Invited a large number
of outsiders. Ileforo the bpeaker was
introduced Hie school glee rluli ren
dered a few Hawaiian sclectlonii for Hie
cucsts. Abbey, who Is familiar with
tho ho)B' wii)u, entertained his fol
lows In such a pleasing manner Hint
some of the bojs after they had heard
the naval story, oxpreed their Inten
tion of following tho sea life, after they
left tho school.
That's right, five there are others,
but these arc the Important ones lor
you and your eyes:
you frown or squint In looking
at an object;
your eyes show an Intolerance'.
they tire, ache, smart or wa
objects swim or become dim;
you have frequent headaches;
These are a few of the points that
point to the need of glasses, points
that point to us.
A. N. SANFORD,
D03TON BUILDING. FORT STREET,
0ver way 4, Co.
AldiHifncturcr of tlic
OOUVLNIR GOODS which arc unlverfcally admitted
the best In the market. Any piece of Jewelry stamped
H. C. which Is found defective, no matter where It was
bought, will be exchanged for Its duplicate If presented
at my store.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
KINGSTON HANKS SUSTAIN
T IICAVV LOSS
Kliiraton. Jaui.iiri. Jan 22- The
I battkn lno le-iuiueil ju iiu-nt but there
liufl bct'ii mi nlUimit niatlo tc rrsumo
liiishirw. II h i-stlmnleil thai the
1oiwii In tie- banks in the eirlliipiiiHe
will nggiegaie a million and a half dot
clilt;ir(, .lau 2'.'. -roit-lle cusps
of diphtheria ami one bundled inirii
of seailet feier repoileil to the hearth
iiuthorllles Is the reiord In this city
for Ihe p.ut twiMil-foiir liciiiro.
JURY DISAGREES IN SHEA
t'hlr.iro. J-in. "2 The Jur has clU
agreed In Hip Mum trial.
JAPANESE SENT BACK
I'.l I'.i-n. Texas, Jim 22. Tweut
IHe Japaiien' who had Imcii smuggled
ni-rnsH Die border frcilil Melec liiiM!
been ciptilied by the Immigration u Mi
ll, lid and ileporled.
Thli luity or .Inp.uicMi was caught
n number or ilavn ago, mining ncrosa
the line, and during their drtentloii
bcvernl or them escaped In a heavy log
but were recaptured.
NO HELP FROM CORPORATIONS
Washington, Jim. 22 The Scnale
has passed the bill piohlbllliig any cor
poration to contribute to tho campaign
luiiil or mi) political party
STEAMER GOES ON RELT
Havana, Jan. 22v A tleamer, be
lieved In be the Areola, Is ashoie on
Ihe nicks off Mono Castle The von
lcI Is In a dangerous pohlllon
PATRIOTIC SOCIETY MEET8
Or February 22 there will bo'cele
binteil Ihe anniversary of Ihe birth of
(lecugo Washington h Ihe Hawnll'iii
Society of tho Sons of the American
Itovolutloii in Iho roor gulden or the
Young hotel at 7:.1o p. ill Pupil.i ill
Honolulu schools, will meet in toiupc-
lltloii wllh orations of an iippiopilato
nature I'iLei'H aro offeiecl foi Iho betl.
The Hawaiian band will bo In ntteiid-
n nee mid furnish patriotic music.
Ihe Ouvoriior has been nsl.ed lo pie-
To their favorlto smoking tobacco.
Tobacconists try to keep all brands In
order to cupply their trade's demand.
Our Standard Smoking Tobacco
block Ib a large one. If you can't get
what you want at your tobacconist,
coma here; we're Sure to have the
brand you want.
COR. HOTELyAND FORT STREET6
It wilt no longer be necesscry to
climb stairs to see our solendid stock
of books. We are moving Into down
stairs quarters on Hotel St. between
Fort and Bishop. In addition to our
regular line of standard books In sets
we are fitting out an old book shop.
Herevwlll be sold old, new and out
of print sets, or single volumes In any
Also library furnishings, etc.
Visitors always welcome.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
Hotel St. bet. Fort and Bishop.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin Gives a complete summary ot
s a comi
the news nf tl
H)6 Fort St.
'Ill'1 AsHiclited t'liarlllea held then
reml-iiiiiiii.il ineitliig cKterd,iy nfter
noon In the rooms or Iho MeiOiauls-
. I ..... .1-1... n.....r.... ...Illllll,!- Vlll't
ASWII 1,111'MI I III' 1." ...in.-".
Ill titleiicl.iiuo. and tho reports pieseir
d by the utile prs wcie listened lo wllh
Mrs, lleu-er. manager of the asso
ciation, told or the Christmas dinner nt
Ihe Palm, wliere.it n number of moth
ers and children, forty In all. bad been
Regarding the leatherings of the lis
ten Intlou, n proposed change was en
acted wheiehy the society inn be called
In onel.no upon Ihe icipiet.1 of thieo
Another ib.inge In Iho older ot
things Is the i hanging of Ihe dato nt
the annual meeting. Heretofore the
I'linu.il meeting was held In June, ami
the amemlmeiit changes. H lo tho tlillcl
.Monday In Jnniino
Judge Hole, president of the Awn l.i-
Hoii, slated that In making the change
I itii ii June to Jiiiniiiiy II was to bo
hoped Hint a larger iitleudamu at the
meetings would ho hnd
Ho slated that
Juno was a busy mouth and It was dif
ficult for oIllecrH to tako time, enough
to make ii tbiiioitgli leport.
The election of nllleeis rollowed On
million of Mr Wcsteivell, Mrs. V W.
Hall east a ballot for the pieseut olll
cent 'Uii-y aro as follows:
President, lion. S. U Dole; 1st vice
president, Alexander Mackintosh; 2nd
vice president, Mrn. Carl ilu Hoi; i.ec
lotary, Mm. J. M. Whitney, treasurer,
Ocoigp P. Cooke.
The receipts bIiowii by the treasur
er's report amounted lo f 475fi 25, and
that amount waa exactly offset by Iho
cllsliiiriiemelits. 'Iho lepoit was ap
pioved and filed.
Airs. Ileiger has a sweet "way ill al
leviating sulTerlng and extending char
ity that savorn of Iho louch of velvet,
and Iho asHilclatlon that possesses her
icrvlres is a fortiinato one.
The secretary's reiioit was ejtilto
lengthy and llllccl lo overflowing wllh
reports of help.) In worthy and un
w in (by.
Of the applications for relief, 291
weie received, but of thjs number only
113 were new. Tho icinalnder aio re
ieaters. From the import It lu gleaned that ap
plications for nssialauco from single
men huvo de creased, while Iho number
ot blugle women applving for help has
Increased Thorn were 1817 calls at
the, otllce b those Geeklng charity The
tecrctari comments, "I often wonder
whcie theso 181? e-alls would havo been
iniiclo If there wcio no olllce."
The nsboclatioii hits met the demand
of every application made at the nnieo,
and to fill those demands lias disbiiiseci
Regarding tho nerd of a clillclion's
hospital, Iho see id, 1 1, ban this to uiy
la Iho repent-
"Wiiat would 3'ou do In the cisci of
a tuberculosia mother wllh reveral lit
tle rlilldieu, sick mid living In the
most squalid way? Ami wippose sou
hnd to look after the rhllilrcn with
measles In a nelghhoiliood whole Hm
water was a foot dreir around Iho
houses wouldn't jou want u children's
hospital then?" .
Sir Dole read a very Interesting pa
per on the "Suppression of Pauper
wm," after which the meeting adjourned.
(Continued from Page 1)
hint innde ii mistake nnil wan nilxlim
her up llh tho Hlnrn When I he
ship ramp In closer, honecr, It via
MTti that, fit iiin.il. hn was rlRlit, nil.' I
tho hIriihI that oil Viiis needed was Hy
ing from her masthead.
Captain lawless staled that lip slnrl
pil lo make an attempt lo renrli San
Kintirlsni but finding, nflrr Iip v. as
Iwo dns out, that ho would bo iinablp
to iiuilco irl with Hip scant supply ot
fuel which lie had left, ho headed for
Hawaii. Making this dolour took the
Mnrlposn Olfi in I Ion out of her way but
saved Hourly 1201) In the distance In
which mi oil supply could ho reached.
1 ho illstiinep from Sim Francisco to
Tnltlll In SGCO miles. The Mnriposa
will limp mado n o.ngp of MfC lulled I
when nhc reaches the California port. I
Tho passengers of I he Mariposa feel I
eggrleved thn,!hc) did mil know that j
Ihcy were going to come via Honolulu
us they would hnvo been able to nr
"rnngc for stopover privileges and ninny
would have done so if they find the op
portunity. Ttie Murlposa left Tahiti
up Januaiy H,
In coming Into this port Captain
IjiwIcss noticed the smoke from Man
nn Ixia very clearl. In regard lo this
For about ICO miles outside ot this
port there Is u hare ami smoke which
covers Ihe sea. 11 Is very much like
Iho smoke which we have In Califor
nia I rum Forest 'fires mid studied more
like wood smoke thnii mi thing else. It
was not very thick but still was heavy
enough (o be very nollecnble."
Cm it. lawless Is nn old favorite In
Ibis port ami Is very well known. He
ran here for a great many jears on the
Austinlla before Hho was taken off tho
Pacific trade, and the last time he wall
heie eiimo ns the cnptnln of tho Ala
meda. C. II. West Is n passenger on the
Mariposa who Is i dinning from a trip
to Tahiti, where he has been for his
health. j Is connected with the Cal
ifornia Fruit Canning Company.
Mr. mid Mrs. I I). Mead nro op Hie
Mariposa. Mr. Mead has a number of
Irlends hero through his father,, who
Is very well known as Ihe proprietor ot
the llyrnn Spilngs.
Mr mid Mrs. I). Atwalcr are on their
iwn lo the mainland for a lour. Airs,
Atwnler is related In llciijamln Chap
man or this city Mr. Atwnter was
tnriiierl) the American consul at Ta
hiti The Mariposa imh tlilii altcrnociu at
DC BOLT ROA3TS PETER3
(Continued trom Paje 1)
not even consider such n course, Tho
mutter In now. heroro Hint body and
Judgo Do Holt has no power lo take
The matter of tho apioiil comes up
lefoio Ilia Supreme Court Friday
morning and Ihe Attorney (idnernl's
department will go nhead with tho
case ns If Judgo Do Holt hail taken mi
action whatever in Iho matter.
Judgo Do Holt's unusual ruling
eiuuo this morning eonseipient on tho
motion or Jiiclgu Hear lljut Iho Inter
loeiiliny cleciee bo wt aside and Huj
order allowing an appeal to bo tuken
bo cancelled. Judgo Do Dolt handed
II out hot off Iho hat. Ho refused to
allow Deputy Attorney (Jeneral Mil
verton to argue tho mailer at nil, but
announced that dear's million was
Tho Judgo intimated that ho hud
been taken advantage of by Attorney
Clencrul Pelers In that tho hitter's mo
tion for nn Interlocutory clecrco ami
tor an order allow lug nn appeal to tho
Supreme Court had been presented in
the absence ot tho complainant In tho
ease and his attorney.
Tho Attorney (funeral, however,
otates that Iho papcrn wcro prccentoj
to tho Judgo In open court for his sig
nature. Atr Peters nays ho told the
Judge at tho time that ho did not
think It neiessnfy to notify Gear and
the Judgo apparently took tho imuio
vlow of tho mnttcr, slnca ho promptly
signed Iho papers without nny protest.
Peters Comes Back at De Bolt
Attorney (luneial Peters this mom
lug guvo out tho following statement
regarding Judgo Do Holt ami his rul
ings: "I am at n loss to understand whnt
actuated the remarks of' Ills Himm,
Judge Do Holt, vvhon delivering tho
decision em tho defendants' objection
and protest to his hearing and deter
mination of tho motion by complainant
lo vaenlo and set aside Iho Interlocu
tory decreo and ordor permitting nn
'I1U3ASUHY DKPARTAIENT, OF
five of the Supervising Architect,
Wnslilnntou, ij. c., December Ith, 190H.
-BKAl.UD PROPOSALS will be le
celled at this ciftlco until 3 o'clock p.
m. on tho 1st day of February, 1907,
ami then opened, for tho construction
or tho leprosy Investigation Station at
Molokal, Hawaii, In iircirdauro with
the drawings and spoUllcatlon. copleti
I or which ma bo had lit this olllce; oi
at tho office of tho Superintendent of
Construction and Repairs, Room 10J,
New Post Olllce, Ban Francisco, Cull
foinlii, and Office) of Collector of Cus
toms, Honolulu, J 1 nival I
JAMIIS KNOX TAYLOR,
The tlmo for opening above bids has
been extended lo Match '-Hh, 1907.
J. H. EDWAHDS,
359(1 Jan. 22, 21, 20, 28, 30, Feb. 1,
Tues'day, January 22
S. 8. Mariposa, lawless. In need of
oil, from Tahiti, 9:30 n. m.
Stinr. V. 0. Hall, Thompson, for
Knunl ports, ft p. in.
Slmr. lwnlanl, Plllz, for Molokal.
Maul and l.nal ports, : p. in.
O. 8. S. Sierra, HoudlcUc, for San
Francisco, p. m.
S. 8. Marliwsn, Lawless, for San
Francisco, I p in.
O. 8. 8
Interlocutory appeal Ihcrcfroin.
'Tho Territory, as well ns any pri
vate individual, has a perfect right to
stand upon Its strict legal rights. And
Ihe Judge, In his opinion, practically
admitted Hint all tho nets taken by
this Department In securcmenl or tho
Interlocutory decree nnd the order per
mitting nnHntcrlopiitory nppcal thoro
Iroiii wero within lis strict legal
rights. It certainly cannot bo consid
ered one or tho Judicial functions ot
a trial Judgo lo pass itKin the question
when or under what clrcumstnnccH
courtesy should bo extended by ono
practitioner In another.
"No ndvanlngo was nor could bo
gained' by tho Territory in securing
ox parte nn en-dor permitting an Inter
locutory decree, tho only effect or
which was lo facilitate n review by thu
appellate court of r the decision by
.lii'liu'lDe Rolt on rpss)udcnt's demur
rer Iri IhubllfV' ' I! I
Depuly Attorney (lenernl Alllvertnn
objected strenuously to tho ruling of
Judgo Do Holt. Ho said that he had
been given no opportunity to nrguo tho
matter on Its merits, nnd ho thought ho
i-hould ho given n show. Tho Judgo
iffed sovernl ifneR to go ahead, bill
Alllverton Insisted on being Jicard. Fi
nally Do Holt told him to sit down,
and Alllverliin subsided, still protest
Then Ihe Judgo proceeded lo deliver
n little homily on the unwisdom or ap
proaching it, Judgo wllh n motion such
ns the Attorney General had presented
In Iho absenro or opposing counsul.
lie, mid liothlng, however, nbout tho
net Ion or said opimsing counsel in
seeking tho Judge nut In chambers In
Iho absence jif any representative ot
tho Attorney Ocncrnl'H Department
nnd obtaining nn order or rontlnu
unco In faro of Iho fact that It wan
evident that Iho Territory was iIoIiik
nil lu lis power to hnbteii Iho conclu
sion of Iho matter.
De Bolt la Ashamed
I am nsnamed of myself," said tho
Judge, "and of tho Attorney flcnorat.
and I hopo Mr. Poters feels tho snmo
way nbout It." ' t
Tho Attorney Genornl certainly
does not feci at all ashamed of him
self," replied Mr. Peters, who had Just
como In, having been told Hint them
wns trouble In tho con it and (hat hln
deputy was hi need of support. "I am
within my legal rights and hnvo noth
ing to ho ashamed or,"
Hoforo Judgo Do Holt rendered his
decision. Deputy Attorney General Mil
verlon attempted to got him to pasn
on tho matter or Jurisdiction, hilt Do
Holt dodged tho Issue. "I nm not sure
that I havo Jurisdiction In t(ilB mat
ter," ho said, "but nt any rato I nm
going to do all I can to tako tho caso
out or Iho hands of tho Supromo Court
mid undo v.hutChaa,alrcnily boon dono."
Mr." PolcrpWconlldent that tho
Judge's action can havo no effect, iw
ho thinks tbo'suprcnie Court will mero
ly wiillo at tt'ny attempt to tako tho
matter but o'f its hands.. Ho exprcBsoa
the belief that tho movo Is merely ono
on tho part of Iho opposition to got be
fore the Supremo Court with a motion,
that being, ho says, the only way It
can dp ho.
As a conclusion to his remarks
Judge Do Holt announced that In tho
future ho would listen to no motion on
tho part of counsel for either sldo lu
tho absenco of opposing counsel.
Judgo Ocar left nt this Juncture.
Mllvorton reminded tho Court that hill
mol Ion for ten days' additional tlmo In
which to tile his answer to the bill In
equity had not yet been passed upon
"I hnvo Just stated," replied tho
Judge, "that I will not ako artlon un
less' 'counsel for Ixith sides tins been
"Hut, jour Honor," said Mllverlon,
"counsel for the complainant has been
notified In Hils case, and the motion
was set for this morning. 1 want either
a ruling on It or a continuance."
The Jiidgei dually net the matter for
Ibmoirovv morulas amine o'clock.
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