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EVENING nULLFHN, HONOLULU, T H.. THURSDAY, FIJll. 14, 1007.
Honolulu Commandery Kce
ular 5 p. ra.
Oceanic Lodge Practise.
All visiting members of tt
order are cordially Invited to t
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODQE, No. I, I, O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
lu I U. t) F. Hall, Hurt itreet.
i: It HUNDKY, Societary.
C A SIMPSON. N. U.
All visiting bro'.bor very cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. ll P,
Meets every Tuesday evening at
1-.SQ u'rlofk In K. oC V. Hull, K!nr
itreet. Visiting brother cordially In
iltui to attend.
A. B. WKITORR, C. C.
V. WALDUON, K. It. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem'
tiers of Mystic I.ode, No. 2 Wm.'Mo
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
it. gosling, c. c.
a s. ki:nv,vy, k. n. s.
HONOLULU LODQE 111, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No! C1C, II. P. O. E.,
lll moot In their Imll on Klnir near
IWt street every Frldny evening.
ly order of tlm H. It.
HAllIlY II. SIMPSON,
11. K. MUIUtAY, I2.lt.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No, I, K.ef P.
Meat every Saturday evening at
r:S0 oUock In K. of P. Hall, King
. Visiting brothers cordially loin-'
I.. II. WOLF. C. C.
i:. A. JACOUSON, K. IL S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evening' of each month tt 7:30
j'elock In K. of P. Hall, King stroL
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at'
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOOUE. W. Sscy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. It. M.
MectB every Becoml niul fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invltni I
i: V TGI) I). S.i 'loin
a. i: Miiifin i- ..i i:
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San AMonlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pros.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
Hon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
k work right, end It right
and charge only what's
42? QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER,. Manager
manufactured fiom pure dlstlllsd wa
ter. Delivered to any part c? city by
.OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151
The Kind You like.
No Other Competes
,' PHONE MAIN 197.
kinjr ,iii(l P:tIiclSts.
gtitphitc paint made
A kind of paint which
huts 15 years or long
er, the handsomest
paint for nil exposed
in e ta I or wood surfaces.
177 S. KINO. ST.
of the Century Camera is
the revolving back. To our
full stock of Fremos, which
we hve carried for many
years, we have added the
superb Century. This ca
mera is adapted both for
' plates and films. An exam
ination will repay anyone
the least interested in ca
" Everything Photographic "
See Our Fine Quality
1120 Nuuanu street, near Hotel.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their -carriage
hop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, :: :t :: :t
FRE0H JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
1SS Hotel St.
Phone Dlue 1411,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
What's the use of telling the
neighbors what you needt Tiy
n bulletin want Ad., which win
This Ih St. Valentine's Day
Tall) bus, livery, nntos. Stkyd. StbU.
llest cup of colfeo In the city. New
England Ilakery. '
Absolutely choice eggs. Lowest ios
slble pike nt 0. .1 Day & Co.'a.
Lace curtains) nt grenl leductloua.
fil lllom's beginning thin inoiiitiig, I
Pacific Itebi'knh UmIru meets thlaj
evening l 7 30 o'clock in the I. O (). ;
.Ml. and Mrs. Robert Smith, of Ne
vada ntii visitors In Honolulu. They
will (alio In the volcano while hem.
llcnny & Co. have n few recoiid-linnd
uiachlncn In good condition for sale.
12CC Fort St. Phone .Main 4SS.
Ladles' white wash nultH. skirt uixl
Eton Jacket, for J2.R0 at Whitney U '
Marsh mile toiiimrow morning.
CamocA Clicle No L'lO, C. O F.,
meets thin evening In San Antonio j
llnll on Vineyard street ut 7 30 o'clock i
It Ih certain that on will be plcuml
with the old bulk I(u which the Cri
terion Jobbing Dejinrtmetit has on
.Mrs. William Elhibioek, who Iiiih
been III In health for come time will
leave tomorrow for a month'u May ut
The most beaiillful English editions
of Goethe's and Hclilller's works r. -e
to be found nt W O. Ljon Co. Come
and look at them.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
llerirltl. Arroinmnilntlfimi fiuntillpK
and nttemlanca absolutely Ural ilasn
hinest bathing on the beach.
During Lent there in n particular
need for n large siiijily or oyBtcrs,
clams, smoked salmon, saidlnes, etc.
We luive these. Henry .May & Co.,
N. Fernandez, noiury public, type-
filter, etc., bus removed IiIh office to
No. Ml Knuhiiinaiiii Mreet, opposite
the otllce of Then. II. DavlcH ti. Co., I
'I he llluary and leading room of tliej
Theosojlileal Society lu open every day'
floin 3 to 4 p. m. Itnom 61, seeoinl ,
ItiMir. or the Alexander Young build
"Arable" applied to Iron roofs, ro-
duces temperature an much iN 35 de
green. This has Ik-qii uicei tallied by
actual lent. California l'eed Co., I
Many of iih who do not own catne-im
are lllleiesteil in iiliiilm'iuiihv ll I
would lnteiet iih nil In examine ll.e
new stock of Century caiueraH nt thu
Honolulu Photo Supiily Co.. Kort HI.
Urn prlcea at the ew Kiittlnud Duk
ery. . .
The Kllohaua Art Lenuue ninieHl
that all H-ruint holdliiK money or i
llcktts eoiiuected with the nvent.
Mi.t..ll ri...... ... i.. ....... ... .... '
'..., it. iiitis, ii, ,,, puiiiii in UHiiiy III lilt
Art I.eiiKlle rooniH between 3 mid f
Dr. McLennan Iiiih returned and to
r-iimed pructlcu ut Dr. McOiew eot
tuue, corner Jtlchnnln uud llpn)tnnln
ilreetH (Hoyal Hawaiian Hotel block)
I'Iioiiu Main 239.
Mlh .Siikiiii IIiiihIi died yeuterday aT
leruiKiii, Dctunncd m u nKht decree
(IioukIi hIio was, she will be inlbted by
many who wero arciiHtoned In meet
her pleasant smllu dally. Hhe was C!i!
years of axe. j
Only two diiya inoro to secure IiIk j
barKalns at Sachs In HhniitiiiiK uud I
lliiiired Moularil HIIkH, Art Denlim,!
mid India l.lnons. WateJi for hlK I
kale of wash Kooda.
AetliiK Collector Ktiiekublu had hid
Hoot eauiiht beiieiith tlm wheel (If the
paiiKHuy ut the Hleiru last nluht. Tlir i
accident caused eonsldeiuhle pain, hut
on examination It .waa found that no
boneH wero broken.''
Don't miss the nklit hiih ut Whitney
i; .Marsh'a loinoirow moruiiiK.
Comiilalut Ih made that somelsidy Ih
reniovlnc the danger slgnaU or the t).
II. & U Co., which are pluei-d ut a
point wheiu the plpo Hue ciosws the
tioveriimeut road ut Pearl city. The
polled will Investigate
The annual ntcetliit; of the Kooulu
and Hooln Ijibul will he held at the
Knplohml Maternity Home. Ueiet'inla
btreet In Honolulu, on Tuesday Keh
niary 1'J, 1107, at 10 o'clock u. in, All
nieinbeiu are lequeateil to ulteiid.
If the S. a. Slerru arrlvea Kebniaiy 13
a dance will be gcn at the Itoytil lla
vallan Hotel, If not, tlu-n It will be
Riven Thurtday eenlnc. February 14,
in honor of Mrs. ICdllh T. Weatherreil
and her ladles. Music ilurliu; dliuier
Mr. anil Mih. Cenrfie HeyuoldH have
loduy ror u trip to Hit Sandwich ll
lands. They will sail rituu San Kriiu
clsco January 17. The trip Is belnu
taken with u view to the Improvement
of Mr. Heyiiolds' iienlth, which h:i
been fullliiK ollute. Halt Luke llepuli
llcau. A soldier riom the Uigan altenipt,.(l,
Mid miiveeihd. In iillKlitlni? from u
fast niovllik' car ut Tbomaa Squaio last
Usui uiioui si oclock. He wiih veiy
much under thu direction if Kins Al-j
tohol nt the time. The IraiiHiKiit doc-:
lorn stitched up home very large traps '
In Ills nciilji lalei on, ,
Of the latest pattern and novelty
were received ny us ex Alameda.
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef
fects characterize the line.
You'll fall to net the Eantern i.iul
If you neglect choosing from this ex-
You are Invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satisfaction In prlco
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King 8t.
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O.'Box 981
I 1 Wtt 'y"-' 1.
has nlways been one of our chief
aims. lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, nnd substituting, is
not. our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
nnd the spectacle weuier is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
THE HIGH QUALITY
jewelry has been attained by
Look for that H. C. stamp on
the best. The Best is Always
I DO HIGH GRADE JEWELRY WORK OF ALL KINDS,
INCLUDING, WATCHMAKING AND ENGRAVING.
Superintendent of Public Works IIol
loway uud his staff are to lie banished
to thu netlier icrIoiih oi thu Kxecutlvo
building The descent will tuku place
ifhout next .Monday.
The porlloa rtf the hulhlliii; now oc
cupied by him Is to lie turned oer to
Hie Keiuile, which will hold Its ses
sions theie Thu HliperlnteiulelifH de
p.irtnicnt guiH Into the cellar during
the session of the Legislature.
The House will meet, as usual, In
the thioiie loom. Ahovu stairs tlilng.i
will leiuiilii iih they lire now.
KNOCKERS OF HONOLULU
, (Continued trom Page 1)
blance of I lie War Department by Hut
testimony obtained fiom that De
This ti-slliiiouy wan lead lo the
Commit lee ,y Mr. Smith of Iowa, the
Chairman or tho Silli-Coiumltlee en
Appropriations, as having been fur
nished to that Committee this year
and It I dialled no comment. It was,
however, summed up by Mr.,Sinllli
in- follows, tjiiollni; fiom the Itecuid
"In other wordH, io far fiom hi,
liu; lu want of money to buy sites on;
which to spend 'Jt;o,Uilil, the testi
mony Is undisputed that the Dcpnit
nient Iiiih ciioiikIi hind already
hoiicht mid paid for to utilize all
hut IGd.UOO or the S'JIIn.llOU, uud
fir.U.uoi) money not spent for sites
on which to spend SliU.IMIU kIvcii
them for sea count batteries. Anil
the testimony of (Jcnernl Mackenzie
la that the failure to appioprlato
uioiii will not delay const nfctlou un
less they have mi unusual amount
of work. Instead of liavlim no mon
ey lo buy isltcs lu the Hawaiian Isl
and.!, they now lmvoy Sir.O.outl -In
bunk that they have not spent, uud
tbein Is no conceivable need fur the
a lipioprl.it lou of more money for
Hltes when they have not determined
whine they are koIiik to buy and
llavi, nllit.'iilt' MilliMlMlitliilW' IiiiiiI '
enough on which to crect'all thu bat
teries iiiovldeil for up to this hour."
Ho much fur the meilts of the
amendment for mi extia sillft.Sltili,
which wiih lost. "
That Clever Debater
And now uh to tho statement ou
tiilued in the edltoilul lefened lo iim
to "What a line thlnK It would huvu
been lo have n clover, weH-liifuijueil
and vIkoiouh debater on the flmir to
defend Hawaii's cause" and thut
"theie was plenty to say," 1 would
state for the Information In particu
lar of the editor of the Advertiser
thut icgiettiihlu uh It may seem to
him I have not yet attained to the
dignity of u "hot-air urtlst" und fur
thermore have inado no effort to do
mo, for the leusou, 11 rat, that Congress
Iiiih neither the time nor the Inclina
tion to listen" tu eloquence such as I
hiippose ho would pour forth lo their
ears, and, second, because from my
experience iicijulrcd wnlle lu Con-
NO KIND OF PLEASURE
as becoming friends with the master
minds of the past. The, way to do
this is to have tlreir works right in
your library. Few writers equal and
none surpass Goethe and Schiller in
deepness of feeling and beauty of
thought. Are not those the kind of
companions you desire t Come and
examine our half raotocco large quar-J
to coitions oi uoctne in nvc ami
Schiller in four volumes, extensively
illustrated. The editions are pub
lished by Geo. Barrie & Sons, the fa
mous Philadelphia house, and the
price is $10 per volume monthly
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Lid,
HOTEL STREET opp., UNION.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
j Bulletin gives a complete summary of
inn news or ine aay.
no other house in Honolulu.
the jewelry, you buy and get
J 064 Fort St.
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Kress, which may or, may not be iih
valuable uh the 'assumed knowledge
or the Advertiser, I have learned
that that com so Is not the proper
oitc to pursue lu order to obtain re
butts. Tills view Is accented be . .
"who really knows anything about the
.workings of sucn u busy" Congress,!
und reqiilreH no explanation by mo.!1"" of J ' c """ ":,!,t!rU'.,)'' Ac"
' .. . ' ' eordlng lo law. an imuea can tin In ken
It Is line thut 1 wns not present On
the floor of tho House during the dls
I (Mission because, for Justifiable ren
(i.oni!t I was delayed lu reaching
vtasuiuKiou, uui Hawaii s cause suf-
feed no loss and had 1 been present f,""1" KE "."'," ",n,t ,I0 H,1,,"1
It won..,ve been , Ihe MXllLXXS
uegiee (oollHti to have atteinpled to
urge the Committee to adopt that
amendment In thu rtico. of existing
Reduced, therefore, to its final
analysis it is apparent that the elo
quent editor's conclusion and action
were hasty and ill-advised; in other
words, and adopting his style of 'ex
pression, "He went off half-cocked."
Washington, Feb. 2. '07.
MAKE XAW AOAINST DRINKS
(Continued from Page 1.1
bus prepared to picsenl to the Legls
iatuie. The attorneys who have had
charge of the drafting or the bill yes
terday submitted their draft to the
lominlttee In charge, which accepted
it. only making n few additions.
The bill In Its complete form dif
fers from thut originally proposed lu
several particulars. The nioKt Im
portant of I lies.) Is that It gives the
Hoard of Supervisors the power such i
us In San Francisco Ih exercised by
the I'ollcu Commissioners, to grant
NEW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
At thurAiiliiinl Meeting of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Company, held
lihiu.i,.. .1... r,.n. '..,;:.::
. ...,, ...w ...., ,..,. ui.ii.rin,
and directors weru elected to servo
us such for tlm ensuing year:
Chas. M. CookeV President
P. C. Jones Vice President
Geo. H. Robertson. . . .Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
T. R. Robinson Auditor
C. H. Cooke, A. F. Judd,
F. W. Macfarlane.
K. I". IIISIIOP,
Honolulu, Teh. 14, 11)07 SBtC-lwl
T''n, '", '", ce,".fy "mt T"m lloul
and Chuck Won have retired from 'a
thu linn of Hop On Tul and that Tain '
Wrttu- twtu In...,, ,,.l...l....i '
" "" wv.. ,i, tun, Vi, uui, pain
x HOP ON TAI.
Dated: Honolulu, Feb, 13, 1!)7.
Theie is considerable quiet aimisti
Went expressed around Territorial of
ficial circles over the l-anal situation.
The Supreme Court relieved Its feel
ings by rousting the Attorney General
yesterday for advising the exchnnge of
the Lanal lauds, but that does not hi
the least change the situation. Kveii
If the Court had chatged the Attorney
General with cutciunt, nnd hud pun
Ishetl him fur It, tho fnct would still
leinalu thut Ihe deal has been conclud
ed, that the Lanal lands have passed
out of tho coiitrol or the Territory, and
thut the government has acquired the
property thut It wanted.
The Court suggested yesterday that
some method mlcht be devised for un
doing what lias n I ready been done, but
no lawyer Iibb yet been found whu
can tee any feasible way iof nccomp-l
llnhlng such a thing. It looks like a
case of "It's Uouc; what aro lou colni!
lo do about H7
Any procc'dlEE1 lo recomey lh
property wuuldjiaio In muke the new
owners or It defendants to the action
Which Is no) Uli ai,y UH ll nilglil be.
And lu liny case, if such proceedings
were brought, and thu Supreme Court
should decree that the deal should be
undone, tho Territory would 'have Ihe
right of appeal to the United Slates
Supreme Court, i
Counsel for tile complainant, It Is
Dtated, lust an opportunity, when Ihe
SiipiOno Court handed down Its opin
ion, to stay proceedings und keep the
Injunction lu foice. Hear stated: "1
tupposu the remittitur will not be sent
down to tho Circuit Couit for ten days,
to ns to permit of an appeal." Chief
.lustlie l'rcar merely nodded, and Gear
took no further action.
It Is stateit, however, that even If
the complainant had taken out u writ
of error tu allow or an appeal to tho
United States Supreme Court, It would
not have ucted as a stay tu proceed
ings, nor would It have continued th6
Injunction In force. The only way thu
Injunction could ha been continued
lu force would have been for the com
plainant to secure a writ of supersed
eas. Instead or a writ orcri-or, and u
stay. That would ha've rendered ll
Ituisisslble for the I.-tud Commissioner
to go uheiid with the deal. Hut no
oiich uctioii was taken.
Kur that reason, the Attorney ..Gen
eral concluded that lliein was abso
lutely nothing to prevent the deal be
ing consummated, nnd so ndvlsed the
Gin ei nor ami the Uind Commissioner
Through the oversight of his oppon
ents, It appears, he was able to steal a
march on them. The Supremo Court
has reprimanded him fqr It, but that
doesn't help mutters any so fur ns
McCaudlesH Ih concerned.
In addition to the above reasons, the
Attorney General held that lu no case
did the complainant have uud recourse
of uppcit! to the United States Sit
preine Court for the reasons stated In
'u "''Jectlons which he rend Ifefolu
to thu U. hi Hupriine Court from the
decision or the Territorial Supreme
Court only when the amount hivohed
Is S50U0 or more, or when a constitu
tional question Ih intulvetl. McCuud-
Volved. Coiiseuiicutly. thu Attornnv
(leneral held that theru couhl bo no
appeal, und there was nothing to pre
vent the exchange Mug inado ut once.
So far .us Hie remittitur Is con
cerned, It lius not been sent down to
Ihe Circuit Judge, uud It Is stnted by
members of the Attorney tjenernl's
department that It never will be and
never can be. The Injunction Is dyad.
licenses and lo levoko them. Tills
! covered III the following section:
Licensing Hoard. There shall bo
nnd theie Ih hercliy constituted lu
each or the several Counties or tho
Venltory of Hawaii a Hoard of
Liquor License Commissioners, which
in each County shall consist of tho
duly elected and qualified Supervl
miih for tho time being or auch Coun
ty. Kiicli Hoard of Liquor License
Conimlsslunuis set constituted for
each County Is heiob.y vested with
the Hwer, niiHiurlty und discretion
to grant liquor licenses Iq bo grant
ed upon premises solely within tho
pcogriiphlcul limits of Its County lo
applicants complying with the provl
rlons or this Act.
The mill matlve vole of n majority
oi each or such Hoards shall ho sulll
cleut to determine any question com
ing before It for decision tinder this
II furthermore provides thut the
Hoard, on having charges before It
against some license holder, shall
give the llcenseo l n copy or thu
charges uud Het n dntu ror u hearing,
arter which It.inay revoke his license
llurB wl ' u llal from this
Thu Idea Is to hasten such
trials, and to escupo the red tapu of
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars Is the
-.W,iy? Because It Is the finest type
m.r.f!0or; " ". a rk? ' excep,lonal 1
, meritj of most pleasing aroma andi
! devoid of rankneas.
Try "" DOCTOR and yog will gel
cigar of high quality for Oe.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT efnEETS
SHIMNi , INTELLIIENCE
"rfJMr I ft?
P (t, i .n m. a m. RIim
I' i Ut i.i j I 40 u tf 6 Jl ) t $ 40
t I "
' I 5 J 5 9 'a So 6 f1 i V l
l lfl9 MOlO'jH n t) n Ml
I a m nt.
M 457 l.t 5 f 11 4 10 $ 6 ) 5 5I I 16
15 j8 1 1 t ij ll 10 ll 4T 6 JO 5 M v it
16 6 oj 1-4 jot it 40 t-ag; 50 10 eft
I l f m I
17 6 it 1 1 I 01 1 toi o 44 6 f9, 6 00 ll oS
' ARRIVED. '
' Thursday, February 14.
St in r. Cliuidlne, Parker, from Ha
waii Kirts, 3 a. m,
Thursday, February 14.
U. a A. T. IjOgan, Stlnsen, for Guam
and .Manila, 11 a. in.
O. S. S. Sierra, Houdlettc, ror the
Colonies, 12 in.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for-Kaual
porta, r p. in.
Ilr. S. 8. Ktalne, from Newcastle.
-Stmr. Maul, Dennett, from Ookala,
Stmr. Claiidlne, I'arker, from Maul
and llawull jiorls, a. in,
Stmr. Clnudliie, 1'aiker, from Maul
and Hawaii ports, Ii p. m.
." PAS0ENOER0 ' M
ii Arrived M
)( . 'A
I'er stmr. Clnudliie, from Hawaii
ami .Maul ports, l-'eh. 14, ut 3 a. in.
D. llaiighs, i:. W. Ilarnnrd, A. A.
Dens, Levi Joseph, W. IL I'ltfenger,
T. J. llcnny, II. L. Hamilton, wife
and four children: Mrs. Ilrownlng,
D. II. Mtirduck, Mrs. K. D. llnldwln
nnd two children. A, J. Gomes and
wife, MIsh lCvu Gomes, Miss Wallace,
I. Awoyagl, II, Slilbayaina, S. K. Kn
lama, wife and child: W. J. Coelho,
.Ino. Kaluna, L. llarkhnusen and 41
"1 11, X K. K X X X M V. X Jt Jf X M
;( PASSENGERS M
P. " Booked K
I'er. Stmr, Mlkahala, Keb. 14, ror
Kauat jHirts. A. K. Douglas, Mrs. II.
11. Coo.uer. uiuld nnd two children, Mis.
M. Aldrlch, Ml s.i Ilcrnlce Aldrlch, MrB.
IL G. Noonali.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
x S. F. OFFICIALS AGREE
Washington, Feb, 14. The Japan
ese matters at Issue with the Sail
Francisco officials hnvu been settled
on the basis of an amendment to the
Immigration hill excluding Japanese
coolies fiom entrance to the mainland
from Hawaii, The matter will now
bo passed over to Congress.
CAPTAIN WAS COWARD,
Providence, It. I., Keb. 14. The cap
tain of tho Larrhmont is charged with
cowardice. Of the passengers 138 went
lost and 1U rescued. Seventy-one bodies
have been recovered but scores aie
missing from the wreck.
HOUSE OF COMMONS
ATTACKED BY WOMEN
Uindon, Feb. 14. Hundreds of wo
men Hiittraglsts ultuyked tile House of
Commons yesterday and" many weie
badly hurt hyvpollueiueu on galloping
horses.) Twenty were arrested.
THAW CASE TO BE POSTPONED
New York, Feb. 14. There is a pos
sibility of the Indefinite postponement
of the Thaw trial owing to the serloun
Illness or u Juror's wife",
RESERVE OF PUBLIC LANDS
Washington, Feb. 14. The Piesl
ilent has Bent a message to Congress
In which he advocates conserving all
Government pasture and fuel lands
and public utilities.
PULAJANES BURN TOWNS
. Manila, Feb. 14. The Pulajanes
havo, burned two towns In western
Negros, killing six ut the constabulary.
Two Ameilcan teachers are missing.
HERMANN JURY COMPLETE
Washington, Feb . 14. A Jury has
been obtained In the Dinger Hermann
thu courts, an well iih to piovldo
gainst offenders escaping uu techni
calities. Other new sections make It a mls
den'leunor to sell liquor uu credit tu
be consumed on tho premises where
sold. This wiih Inserted at the sug
gestion of Judgu Whitney.
It )s also made uu offense for a mi
nor tu misrepresent Ills age lu order
1 "Main liquor.
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. "' auloli' lo
these the following
new section bus been udded:
"Any woman or luluur visiting tho
piemlses uccupled by the holder of u
ruluon llceiibe for the purpose of pur
chasing Intoxicating liquor is guilty
of n misdemeanor, and any person
encouraging or Inciting any woman
or minor to so visit such premises
shall be guilty uf a misdemeanor,"
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