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rKRRITORI orHAWAIl. SATURDAY. PEBRUARY o, J907-I2 PAGES
K10B 6 Oents
Roosevelt And Schimitz Have Not Vet Agreed
Knudsen TellsWhat Kauai
Wants In Coming
Judging frutn tlio present Itnllca
tlons, II seems certain that Hawaii
nlll lie tiblc ta uviill Itself oCtho $30,
000 apprniirlatlnn grunted by Con
gress to defray the oxponscs of tlio
coming session of tlio Legislature.
Thin npiiroprlatlon mailo with tlio
string tied tn'lt tlml it would ho uvnll
nhle only In c.isn'mi additional rom
I'cnKatlon worn given tlio legislators
In cnso they should hold an cxtru
session. In order to provldo it guar
antee, tliat no hiicIi iidilll tonal amount
will lin asked for, Chairman A. (1. JL
lloherlson of tho Central Commltteo
somo tltno ago Bent letters to tho
members-elect of (ho Kenato and tlio
Home unking them If they would lie
willing to forego tho (ompciisatlon,
tdiould an extra session lio found nec
essary. "I hnvo not received nnswers from
nil the Islands," said Hoherlson tlili
morning. "Hut I Inivn lic.ud from
most of them and their answers hnvo
all liecu favorable. There inn ho no
doubt hut that the pioposltlon will
go through all right."
Scnntor-ctcet Uric KmidHcn, who
wits tho speaker of tho last House,
rnmo to town n fow days ago. II?
reported that he was In favor of re
nouncing nil claims for extra session
pay, and said that ho felt sure that
tho test of the members of tho Kauai
delegation would take tho b.iiiio stand
in tho matter.
"What Kauai Is going to make n
kpvclal right for In this session is tho
changing of tlio Income tux law,"
said Knudsen, "Wo want tho corpor
ations to pay their Income tnxcj
whero they actually do business, as
Kauai will hnvo her revenue greatly
Inrreuscd If this becomes law,
"With regard to the liquor bill, Kit
lint Is In favor of high license. Wo
take no great Interest In tho Incut op
tion feature. In fact, I have heard
only una man talk about It,"
Secretary Atkinson was at the Cap
itol again josterdny morning. Ho Is
let Komowliat Indisposed.
tcrmtCotlics fbr. ft
MADE IN NUW YORK
' Hi till ' ' kA'itci
fv A $
w ? V
Whllu going through a lot of Hit)
private papers of Knmebumcba III a
day or two ago, Librarian Lydcckor
of tho Archives building found a val
entine. As St. Vnlcntlno's day Is not
fur off, the find Is singularly appro
priate, to the season.
Tho vnlcntino Is of tho ordinary,
cheap kind, made of luce-paper, with
tho conventional (lowers and doves
unci fcomcthlng about lovo on It.
Librarian Lydeckcr has act up a
tablo In the vault upon which ho litis
spread out u large number of docu
ments, which ho thinks will bo of
much Interest to tho leglslntois when
they assemble. Among othor things,
nie a number of tho treaties of the
Hawaiian government with other na
tions. There arc also wrnio of tin
decorations of tho various kings of
tne (stands, letters of several of tlio
The librarian Is going through the
documents of the old Land OflUo at
present and arranging and tabulating
mid cataloging them. For somo time
he hits been busy with tho papers of
Hie Foreign Office. On uccount of tho
fact that most of (tin documents of
the various departments of tho Gov
ernment are in Hawaiian, It is not yet
known Just what thcra is on hand.
It is corjaln, however, that much of
tho material collected and prcsorvcil
is of great historical Interest unci will
ho more valuable from u. historical
standpoint In the future than It Is
It Is tho Intention of tho Archives
Commissioners, It is stated, to ask tho
Legislature to appropriate money to
pay for n translator. If this Is done,
many Interesting discoveries may ho
Chief Clerk Conkllng toduy sent
over to the Archives building from
tho Governor's ofllco nil tho official
correspondence between the Kingdom
of Hawaii and Japan and between
Hawaii anil tho United States.
Governor Carter loft this morning
for Wulalua, whero ho will spend a
week resting from his labor of pic-
parlng his mcssigo to tho Legislating
Ho finished tho rough draft of tlio
messago u couple of clays ago, and It
only i cumins now to put tho line
Governor Carter Intended to go to
Wnlalua In his automobile, but Hie
machine hroko down at the last min
ute, us Is bomctlmcs tho way with au
tomobiles, and tho Governor has to
go down in the prosaic manner of
thoso who are not In the nutomobllo
the part that dress plays In
shaping a man's career. Ar
rayed in an Ill-fitting suit of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
o( the highest type, and a go
nlun In ability. But the world
will misjudge him.
THE KASH GO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
Special Committees Will
Look After various
AND DAKCbS PLANNED
Visits to Monnalua, Aquarium, Pali,
Museum, Regatta and Baths
Arc at Present Being
An elaboralo program for the re
teptlon and otitcitatniiicnl of the lis
Angeles Chamber of Commerce excur
sionists, who are coming in the Ohio,
was arranged by tho committee ap
pointed for this purpose nt a meeting
it held this forenoon at ! o'clock at
tho Klrst National Hank. Wlilln
most of tho events on tho program
hnvo been definitely decided on, tho
order in which they will bo taken
has not been arranged. Special com
mittees wcio appointed, each to take
charge of ono particular event, tho
bchemc, iib far as at present iidnplci,.
being as follows:
Tho cViint of most Interest lo tho
visitors will probably be tho regit ti
ut Wulkikl, which was postponed
from Now Year's Day on account of
tho Inclement weather. This affair
will bo oven more elaborate than wan
nt Hist planned, several new features
being added to the original program.
Jus. K. Morgan and K. L. Waldron
are in charge of this affair.
J. It. Clult and Klchard Trent wore
appointed us a committee to urrango
for u trip to tho Pall. They will en
deavor to get tho owners of automo
biles to loan them for tho occasion.
W. T. Lucas wub appointed as n
(ommltlee of ono to nrrango for n
baud concert ami evening reception
at Ihn Hawaiian Hotel.
Walter Dillingham wnH appointed
as a tomiiiltleo of one to nrrnngo for
an oriilng with dancing at tho Mo
L. T l'ccli was glcn rhiugo of tho
street-car excursion, which Is to In
clude! a visit lo thii A'lu.iiium and iw
iilbly to tho lllsbop Museum.
An excursion lias been iiirangcl
lor somo Saturday afternoon to Mo-
analua, when the excursionist will
bo tho guests of 8. M. Damon, J, l
Morgan was appointed to arrange for
Ono evening will bo devoted to an
uquatlc exhibition ut tlio Hotel ll.iths.
aoorgo Cooko Is In chargo of this at-
It wus also planned to have a fare
well conceit at Kuplolanl Park somo
nftornoon bclwcon I and fi o'clock,
when tho business men will havo a
c bunco to attend. It Ih tho Intention
to make this event an illustration of
typical Honolulu life, and to this end
ovoryono owning it sacldlo horso, u
carriage, or an aulo, as well us thoio
who hnvo a nlcklo for carfare, aro re.
quested to till n out, A fow pu-u rid
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you cannot afford to be without an
ACCIDENT POLICY in the STAN
DARD LIFE and ACCIDENT INSUR-
ANCE CO. Reflect how a serious ac
cident would cripple your income
what it would mean to your family,
EAGER TO GO TO
Preparations aro going ahead rap-
Idly for tho encampment of the Na
tional Guardat Wahlawa. The varl-
cuts companies nrc being called to
gether and things got In readiness for
tlio event. There Is tho grentcst eag
erness on the part of all the men to
go In tho cncnnipmcnt, and u number
of tho companies hao mora men than
tho regulations allow who wish to go.
Several of tho companies hnvo morn
men tban tboy aro supposed to have,
and It has been found necessary to
dlschargo somo of them. In nomo In
stances tho complement of tha com.,
panics is ob many, oa jiji or jDb men,
miiIIo tho regulations call for mil
50. This necessitates n weeding out
and means that the best men of these
companies only will be retained.
Ono of tho principal features of the
romlng cncnnipmcnt Is to be target
practice. A fine range Is being pre
pared, at which tho men will tthont nt
tangos of from 1,000 ynids down.
Somo material for the camp baa
already been shipped down lo Wahl
awa by wagon, and more will go soon,
as tho tlmo Is only about ten da)s
until tho beginning of the encamp
ment. H IE01 1 MI
Albert Ah I-cioni is oneu moiv'clt-
vcl to appear beforo Judgo l)c Holt
and show cause why ho should not ho
adjudged In contempt of court.
Lcong lias already been twlco
found guilty of contempt of court for
tho same o (Ten no, and has served u
lull sentence each time. Tho first
tlmo ho got three ilajs and the last
tlmo ten das. H is just out of Jail,
and It looks us It ho might go hade
In each instnnco the cause of con
tempt proceedings is tho same. He
Is being sued for divorco by Ills wife,
Yin Kynn Ah Lcong, and was ordered
by tho court lo pay her temporary
alimony pending court proceedings.
He has neglected to do so. and evi
dently either has no Intention of do
Ing so, or Is unable to pay. The lat
ter ho states to bo tho cuna. Ho sajs
ho Is out of work and has no money.
So long us ha Is kept In Jail most of
tlio lime. It Is dlfllcult to see Just how
he can make any money.
WANAMAKER'S HOME BURNED
Philadelphia, Pa.. Fob, . John
Wanamakcr's country homo Is on II rn
ami cannot bo saved. Tho loss will
not fall short of ono million dollars
BULLETIN AOft. PAV
The Money You
TIII3 SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT JAKE
THAT CASH AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE ST0RB6 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
10r.3-1059-1000 BI8HOP ST.
Says Police Commission
The siib-tommlttee upixilntod by tho
County Committee Inst Wednesday for
the purpose of drafting u inimlclp.it
bill, has left the mailer In charge of
Nngaran rcrnandez. He Is nt present
busily engaged In going through Mir
lous bills and cbarleis of other cities,
culling from each rrncli features as he
deems useful locally. Ho v.111 icport
his findings to (he rest of Ihn members
of tho Biib-coniinlttcc, which will there
upon draft a bill, which will Imj pre
sented to (bo Comity Commltteo when
(t meets next Wednesday night.
Fernando was round this morning
perusing the Hun l'runclsro charter.
and all around him weto piled docu
ments of a similar nature, printed,
typewritten mid In manuscript.
"1 am going through the Sun 1'nin-
cIsco charter, tho Long mil of 1901, tho
Crabbc bill of 1903 and tho Achl hill,
unci I want lo gel hold of (ho Dickey
Mil," said Kermindcz. "Thcio lire
many things In the San Kruncisco
charier n'llch would, 1 think, bo use
fill here. In using charters like that.
which hae stood legal tests, for ours.
wo hnvo the advantage of knowing tlml
they cannot bo knocked out. Tho I-0114
bill was knocked out by tho House,
which sustained the Governor's veto,
which tho Senate overrode, so It almo.U
"There aro some good points about
the Achl bill, but Ills hchedulo of sal
urlcs Is far too high. Ho wants to
pay tho major J5U00 a joar. I think
1250 a mouth should bo sufficient. Thu
wamc is tl.c niso with tho pay of tlio
rest of his officers; only I think that
tho Clerk should havo his balmy
raised, as his Is a very icsponslblo ik
villon, ami still at present ho Is get
ting less than, for Instance, the lo.ul
"1 do not think' ILal i" r ib (f
Laving n police commission licto i .1
food one. Such 11 tiling Is all very well
In n big city, whero (hey havo enuriit
jus forces of police, biifhcrc, whero
ho have only 11 handful of police, H
would lio absolutely unnecessary. It
would bo 1 1 lea tho board of prison In
upcctois, which never bus an thing to
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb 8.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s Od. Parity,
3 82 cents. Previous quotation, 8s
Joseph Ilntuun and N. 0. Kreltns
luivc formed a copartnership under tlio
Arm name of "The Kxpcrt Hut Clean
ers," for tho purpose of buying, selling
unci cleaning huts.
(Ansuciafil I'rctt Kpcclrtl Cublrl
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 10. The San Francisco delegation made
up of Mayor Schmitz, members of thft Board of Education, and the Assist
ant City Attorney, held a conference on the Japanese school question this
morning with President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Root. No de
cision was reached.
tMMnrfYilril I'm Rprclat CabH)
MOSCOW, Russia, Feb. 0. The
headquarters of the Terrorists has
been discovered in a Moscow female
seminary. Arrests of girl students 1
have been made and of men associat-'
ed with them in the Terrorist work.
Miaorlxlri) Ten Special Cable I
WILKESBARRE, Pa., Feb. 0.
Sir. entombed miners were killed to
day by an explosion.
(Atsoclaltd rrttt Speotal Cable!
PARIS, France, Feb. 9. King Ed
ward and Qnccn Alexandra returned
to England today
There Is no safety In unctcrthe
mattroM security; you never can
tell who Is going to learn your se
cret hiding place for your val
uables. But when you have your
papers and valuables in a safe de
posit vault you need not care who
knows It. Four dollars a year
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
REMEMBER THE NAME
And then when you want to secure a shoe for $4.50 which
has style and durability, end is the most comfortable shoe
you ever wore, come to our store. In the last of a shoe lies
the comfoit, and thcic is only one "IDEAL." Made in 3
GUN METAL CALF NOB.
RUSSIA CALF BLUCHER NOB.
OIL RUSSIA WATERPROOF BLUCHER NOB.
We Cater to Island Trade.
MMod.ilM J'r Social Cabh)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 0.
The omnibus lighthouse bill was pas
It is belloted that this bill curries
tho new Item or JfiO.000. for 11 llght
I101180 on Molol.nl to gunrd tlio chan
nel between Oahu and Moloknl.
rAttneialrd 'r!i .Special Cab It)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 0.
Reports received here arc to the ef
fect that China famine conditions are
(Attnclol'il I'rcti SiifcWol CabU)
PARIS, France, Feb. 0.. Count
Castellane has appealed from the or
der of the court granting a divorce
to his wife, who was Miss Gould.
Rome people untto n lot of time won
dering how they should treat their In
ierlors. MACHINE-MADE POI
Delivered in thoroughly cleansed eon
talners to any part of the olty.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
Shoe Go,, Limited.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
For Bt. Honolulu
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