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K B? 10 " RVEViNO nUU.KTTH, WONOUJLU. T H. SATURDAY. Al'IHI, IB, 1907. . 1
t f Oceanic Steamship Company AleMndJBaldwi" JfflllE TAHIES
(' .-, . - -, ESTABLISHED IN 18S8. ' t .-...,
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO: l FOR SAN FRANCISCO: LMOllUJJ f W
J IiAIMEDA AIMl. 26 ' SIERRA Al'Ii. 13 ijifro
t lAhAMEUV. MAY IT SONOMA APR. 23 HANKtrio.
j ffAl.AMEDA .H'NIJ 7 ALAMEDA MAY 1 ,
? ? ai.ameda .ium: 28
i RAIjAMEDA J I'M' 9
In connection with the lalllna of the above steamere, the agents are pre
pared to Itsue to Intendlno pastengers, coupon through ticket, by any rail-
, road from San Francltco to all points in the united staiet, ana irom Mew
York by any steamihlp line to all European ports..
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC S. S. CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamshi;
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Commercial arid Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoir.t Stock Bank,
Correspondents fo: the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Steamers of the above companies will call at
on or about the dates below mentioned:
Honolulu and leave this port
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
HONGKONG MAKU APR.
AMERICA MARU MAY
Call at Manila
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
lTrtMi:niCA MAHU Aril. 13
HO SHIERIA A I'll. 23
1U CHINA APR. 30
17hlONC.OI.IA MAY 7
I I NIPPON MAUU MAY 11
DORK! MAY 25
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H Hackfeld & Co.t Ltd.,
.AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom New Yorlc to Honolulu
Weekly Sailings via Tehuantepec.
Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st
Street, SoJth Brooklyn.
Pcorti Honolulu to San Pranclaco
"NEVADAN" to sail APR. 20
Prom San Pronclaco To Honolulu
'MEXICAN" direct APR. 15
NEVADAN" to sail MAY 3
Freight received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich St.,
and each month thereafter.
Pro'n Henttle and Tncotna to Honolulu
S.S. "MISSOURI" direct . . . . . . to sail APR. 25
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C. P. MORSE, 1-1. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. AGENTS, HONOLULU.
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres,
J. Watcrhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Kihei Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Gas Franchise Joker
Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, and Sydney, N. S. W.,
and calling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Suva, Fiji, and Brisbane, are
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C. From Sydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Hrlsbnno ami Svdncy) (For Victoria and Vancouver, II. C.
VOANA MAY 4 MANUKA MAY 1
MANUKA JUNK 1 AORANai MAY 29
AORANISI JUNK 2!) MIOWERA "...JUNK 20
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Eu
rope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Theo. Li. Davies & Co.. Ltd. fleaeral Ageits.
J. F. Morgan, President; C. J. Campbell, Vice President; J. L. McLean,
Secretary; A. F. Clark, Treasurer N. E. Gedge, Auditor; Frank Hustace,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
San Francisco Agents Tlio No
nila Nntlonal Hank or Son l'r.iticlscu.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tional ll.iiik of Han rrnnclscu.
London Tin1 Union of I.omlon ami
Smith's Hank. Mil.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Com Etclinngo National
Paris Credit I.yonnals.
Honnkonn and Yokohama IIonK
Long Shanghai Ilanklni: Corporation
New Zealand and Australia Hank
of Now Zealand and Hank of Austin
Victoria and Vancouver Hank of
Hrltlsh North America.
Deposits ricolvod. Iians mailo on
approved security. Commerclnl ninl
Travelers' ("reditu Imiiieil. Hills of Ex
change bought ami Kohl.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
AND TRUST .GO.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... $200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:; Sugar Factor;
The Ewn Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co.
The Kohala Sagnr Co.
The Wnimca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis.
The Wahiawa Water Co., ltd.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Fumps.
Hit New England life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
-r-t.! .i t:.. iH....... n. r trM4.
Iiuuunui file ail&uiuucc vu. ui nuii-ford.
The American Steam Pump Co.
Firewood, Stove and
AL80 WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
TELEPHONE MAIN 295,
Omce: Corner Fort ahJ King Sts.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for early deposits at
tlio rato of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum
Rules ami regulations furnlBhod up
ThiYokohamaSpBcl8 Bank, no
Capital Subscribed Yen 24,000.000
Capital Paid U Yen 21.000,000
HeBerteil Fund Yen ja.iuu.uuu
Kf ln W'uhlaw.i 9:15 a in. and '
l'or Walauno, Waialua, Kahuku anil
Way HlalloTiR !). in a. in , J:20 jt. in.
l'or 1'oarl City, i:n .Mill anil Way
StntloiiH t7 30 a. in., 9:1D n. in.
11:05 u 111., 2 1G p. m., 3:20 p. in.,
NCM3 n in., ta-uo l). 111 . tiiioo ii. in.
:15 low King
Arrho Ilonolnlii from Kahuku, Wal-
Lnlua mill Waliinao S:3(J u. in.,' 5:31
Arrio in Honolulu nom i;wa .miii
Snnil 1'eail City J7:1C u. m , '8:30 a.
Sin., 10:3S a. in., M.40 p m. 4:31 p
'm., 5:31 p m , 7:30 p. in.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wnulawa
S:3C n. jn. ninl 5:31 p. in.
HONOIPU, KAILUA and
From Sorenson's Wharf,
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO.. Aot
Telephone Main 306, Majnakea St., txt
P. O. BOX BZO.
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES AntunR,
llslcn, Hang Kail, Cliofoo. Dalny,
Hombay, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
l.oojnnK, London, Lons, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Now cliwang, Now York,
Peking, Sau Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Tokto, Osaka.
Tlio bank bujH ami receives for col
lection Hills of i:xchango. Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit nml trans
nets n general banking bimlncBB.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING ST.
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU 3TOCK AND
. i. Irwli & C., Li.i
WM. G. IRWIN. .President and Mgr,
JNO. D. SPRECKELS. .1st Vice Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pres.
II. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVER3 Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cane Shred
der, New i-ork, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUCEN STRECT, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., The Planters
Line or,6an Francisco Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
tier; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. M. Cookn and J. R. Gait,
t Hx, Sunday.
f Sunday Only.
Tlio Hnlelwn Limited, a two hour
train (only first class llckots honoied),
leaes Honolulu mory Sunday at 8-22
u. m.; rutuinlng, nrrhes In Honolulu
at 10-10 p in. Tlio Limited stops only
nt Pearl City and Walanao.
G. P. DKNISON, r C. SMITH,
Snpt O. V. & T. A.
, Fins Job Printing it lh Bulletin-
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholestle Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY OOODt
TORT and QUCEN BT
ninuk booka of all sorts, loilgors,
etc. manufactured by tlio liullcllu I'iiu
William Ti Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDCR,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London
New York Underwriters' Agency,
providence Washington Insurance Co,
4th FLOOR, OTANGENWALD BLDG
AfiiiNis roit Tin:
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commcicial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd.. of London. Eneland.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
Wilhclir.fi of Magdeburg General In
Small and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 King St., Katscy Blk., M.
Nuuanu & Smith Sts.; Tel. Main 189.
P. H. Burnette,
Attorney at-Law and Notary Public.
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Phones: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.13i1,
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
For Automobiles and Carriages.
SOMAN CARRIAGE GO,.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu,
lltli Day Afternoon Session
llotiHC Illll 2UG, providing for a
homo for bojn born In the leper mt
I lemon t, wan referred to the Health
8'jinilo Illll 100, relating to eh II
proictluie, passed necoml reading.
TO AMHNI) rilANCIUSi:
Semite Illll 8G, nmcnillng ttic 1)1
monil gnu frnnchlsc by prinldlng that
the company must furnish SO street
llglitu nml fho each car thereafter,
amc up for second reading.
Woods Rpoke agnlnBt the proposi
tion. Ho said It wan a pretty cool
pleio of business to ask to be rellcv-
il from this duty. Those who lind
the franchise knew about tills clauso
when tlicy sought the franchise.
Smith favored the Mil. salng
that this clause would prevent the
iiimpnnles from entering Into com
petition with the electric light lorn
p.ttilt's. Hnjselilen supported lilm.
.IOKKII IN ntANCIllSH
Howltl said that this was tlio old
Klni) Corporations necking frnntliti-
ep worn willing to promise, niotliliig.
fter tliey got their frunclilso they
wanted In crawl up.
Smith h i lit Hint the franchise com
I riled tlio furnUhlng the llglitB only
In r.ri It I'lectcil lamp jiostR.
I) w-hctt K.ild that now ho reall7cd
Hint tin- whole (.lauxe III the frau-
(Mh was n ruse. In this fiiko ho
did not sen any objection to striking
out the section.
Smith said the rompnii would nat
urnlly not i-reit lainii postK nml
wimlil thus escnK the obligation
hit ox Tin: jiait
'This Is Just n uisc of the Senate
helng lilt again," said Hewitt, lu u
"Hull!" I'Xcl.itliiPtt Downelt. "Well,
I am willing to leau tills thing to
"Same bore," raid Hewitt.
M'ikckau, the Introducer of tlio
bill, said that the clause referred to
was the cause of tlio clt'H not re
ceiving any benefits from the activity
of tlio gas company. If It were kick
ed out, lioweci, the company (oil hi
enter Into competition with the
clectilc light companies, whoroby the
prlco which the County had to pay
for street lights would probably bo
Kiiliima Raid 1h was ono of the
Legislature of 1903 which had pass
ed the fianclilse. He did not think
nt the time that those after the
frnmhlsc would be able to ci.iul
through. Ho saw- now- that they lind.
"This Is in tlio Interest of the clec
tilc light company, but not of tho
public," said Smith. "If tills bill Is
Killed the tit) will never get tiny
Ftrcet lights from the company."
"I am willing to tnko tlio risk,"
The vote on the motion to Indefi
nitely postpone stood C to C, the
Chair deciding It by voting ngnlnst
It. It was then moved to pass the
bill, which carried also by tlio Chair
casting the deciding vote.
llouso Illll 32, providing for the
voting of a person who tins failed to
legist er, passed tecond re-.idlng.
llouso Illll 170, providing nn an
nual license fee of S2G0 for trust
loinp.iulcs, passed second reading.
AXOTiimi (iitAii si:ssio.t
House Illll 13G, tho grab bill, tamo
up for tli 1 1 (1 reading. Woods moved
to rnlso the Deputy Sheriff of South
Illlti fiom $1020 to S1SU0. Cnrrlcil
McCarthy moved to ralso the
Tic.isuicr of Oahu from $1800 to
$2100. He said tho ptescnt Incumb
ent paid his own ofllco rent.
Smith said tlio Ticasiircr had very
little to do; he could do nil his work
In live davs of each month.
DdwhcII said tho Supervlfors had
laid (hut lh.0 County was up against
it They did not want the snlarlci
"Why cut Just one man?" asked
"I nm not for cutting any ono
mull, uiiswi'ied Dow sett, "wo Bliould
tut them all."
"Hut ou raised the County Attor
ney," olijeiteil McCarthy.
"Well, 1 nm willing to support a
motion to cut him, too," nnswcied
MtCaithv'H motion to raise was
lost by a vote of 0 to D, Hi own mid
Coelho voting with the tluee Demo
Hawaii attohnhy hoasti:d
lliown moved to rnlso tho County
Attorney from' SIMOO to $2700. He,
needed money for traveling expenses
Ilowltt said the County Attorney
of Hawaii was well paid. Tho morn
lie staved nt homo tho more cases
weia liable to ba won by tho govern
ment. Woods said Williams had never
Knudsen wanted to rofor tho mat
ter to tho Hawaii delegation, Hew
itt opposed this, wheieupoii the mo
tion to raise wan lost.
HISIIOP VOn ECONOMY1
Dovvsett moved to cut the salary
of the Clerk of the County of Oahu
from $2400 to $2000.
Hlshop said Hint tlio Supervisors
had complained that tho County was
Miurt of funds. Therefore Its salary
expenses should bo cut.
The cut carried.
Dovvsett moved to reconsider tho
tnlarv of the Oahu Treasurer. He
moved to raise It from $1800 to $2,-
Hlshop moved to cut the County
Attorney of Oahu from $3000 to
Smith opposed this. It was very
Important to hnvc a competent attor
ney In Hint office
Hewitt said the County Attorney
of Oiliu did more work than all the
rest ot the County Attorncjs togeth
riOHT ON ATTORNEY
Hlshop Mid tho present Incumbent
was a competent man and ho had
sought the office knowing that the
salary was $2400. Resides that he
could have a private practice.
Dovvsett said If Hie public proge
nitors wcro confined to their public
work he would vote for largo salaries
Smith said that If Hip County had
n competent attorney ho would unve
il ten times the amount of his sal
ary. (land.il I fought for retrenchment
of salaries nml was made the object
of a bitter personal attack by Chil
llngvvorth, who wanted the salary
left nt $3000.
Knudsen asked the Chair to sec
Hint the speakers be made to routine
themselves to the subject.
The motion to i educe was lost.
KAUAI SALAUIES CUT
Knudsen moved to reduce the Ka
uai clerk from $181)1) to $l.r,0ll and
tho Treasurer of that Island from
$1800 to $ 1 r. DO. Carried.
K llama moved to ralso Hie Audi
tor of Oahu from S1MHI to $2101). He
found no second Lane moved to
ranks It $2000. Carried.
Coelho moved to p.ish the bill third
It passed by a vote of 9 to r.
KUHIO SAVES DAY
(Continued from Page ()
the piopcrt) holders have not much
interest in the welfare of their dis
trict, whereas In a district where the
piopcrty holders are also the piop
u ty owners, they have tho welfare
of the district more nt heart.
lu n district like Seudder's own, If
n man wcro nblo to secure the slgnn
tme of enough of tho property own
eis to his petition for n license, It
would he Impossible to prevent his
getting II, but ho lould not get the
Kahuna wanted to know If It Is
true that this local option law la ini
tiating lu .'19 States of tho Union.
"Not exactly this law," replied
Scuddei, "but It Is operating In 12
or 1.1 of them, and .'!!) States have
local option features In their laws.
"Do J on not think," asked Kahana,
"that the liquor trutne Is Increasing
In tho United States?"
Scudder replied that If ho had
known that that question would be
asked lie wquld have brought along a
liquor paper that Mated editorially
that tho area where the sale of liquor
Is restricted Is growing at an alarm
K.ihann wanted to know If, liquor
Is not being Imported from tho Unit
ed Stules and otlicr countries. Scud
der replied In tho nfllrmntlve.
"Do ou not think," asked Kahana,
'that wo should first attend to tlio
luring from which tho liquor comes?
If I were unuer a spring irom wnicu
water were falling on me," said Scud
der, "nnd I could not get to tho sprints
lo stop It, I should get out from under
Kahana asked why Haw-all should
not do Homo missionary work In thn
United States! lu the way of stopplns
tho liquor Halite, the sumo as tlio mis-
uouailcs did lieia lu the way ot nriug-
lug edmatlnn. Scudder thought It
might bo a good Idea. So did Kahana,
who thought It would be n good thing
If 'the steamers were forbidden to bring
liquor to Hawaii. Scudder said u man
who icceutlv nddnnscd the Sen.ito is
living to get a law passed piohlbitlng
Die (nir)lng of liquor from n liquor
Bt.ito Into one vvheie liquor selling 1c
prohibited . The man mentioned the
fellow named Tinln, who said tlio Ha
walluns aiu dope users.
Kahnuu said h would suppoit tlio
local option bill If Scudder (Civic I'ed.)
would suppoit him in this: that Ihu
Government would make good tho
money lost by Iho loss of liquor Huiihu
ItuwlliiB wanted to know who dinft
d tlio local option bill. Scudder said
he didn't know, unless It vveie Mi.
Castro wanted to know if Suiddti'
had ever been In it loml option Slnto
"1 lived sl nml n half jeaia lu Mu
MuiuseiiB, leuiieii Kcrii'ier,
"Did ou pay tiny particular atten
tion lo the practli.ihllltv of the law?"
"llidiul I did," lejilled Scudder. "If
It had nut Ik en for that, 1 should not
ha vo had so much Intciest In this mat
te" "And liavo ou full) satisfied voiu
self that tlio enactment of tills taw
would biifeguttid the lights of tho peo
ple?" "Absolutely "
"And J on believe the law can be nf
EAtlsractoill) applied here as lu thn
"I Imvo not tho slightest doubt of
Then 1'all asked an cmbjrmsslug
nni.Kt Inn. "Is this the sani'J litvv III
lefeicncc to which ou wrote us thut
If we did not support, )ou would ad
vise our constituents not lu vote fur
Seudder's niemorv failed like that of
h life insurance president on the wit
.less stand He didn't icineniber send
Ing any such letter.
"Are ou not n member of tho Clvla
redcrntlon, mid did not that organiza
tion write us that If we did not support
this bill, It would advise our constitu
ents not to vote for us?"
Agnlu Scuildei hud u lapse of mem
"Thank vou," said Pall politely.
UOSTON'S UOOZE. .
"Have vou ever lived In lloston?'
"And local option nppllcs there?''
"Yes, It applies to the whole State."'
"And jet they have saloons there?"
"Yci, at jet."
"Then," said Iuig, "vou 'feel that
nhnt Is not good for lloston Is gooil
Scudder tried to answer this, saving
that liquor selling would bo stopped
lu lloston whenever Its friends could
set votes enough.
'1 lie House by Ibis time wns plainly,
loslitng the reverend gentleman.
Haw Una called his attention lo thn
fact that ho lind dodged Hie qurxtlou.
He finally forced Scudder to admit that
IJotoii votes every eur In fnvor of
That was all from Dr. Scudder. '
S. M Kninikanul wns thn next to
take tho witness chair. He began by
stilting that there nro only two partlcn
lo the questoln, the saloonkeepers nml
the nntl-saloonors. On suggestion ol
Chairman Sheldon the farther Inter
pretation Into English was cut out.
Sheldon urged the speakers to (lit it
iliort on m count of lack of time.
W. It. Castle also spoke on tho qili'S-
Hon, his remarks being also In I la
vvnlliin nnd untranslated.
Ex-Senator Dkkey, the leputed f.itb"
Ci of the hill, was tailed on. I.I lie hi
piedecessors fie sisike lu llunnllnu,
Dlikey said he was the author of th,l
Mil. He was satisfied lt would fulfill
Pall tan nluavK be depended on lo
uf a question that makes the willies
wriggle "If n pieilnct shuts out wil
onus, may a man atill drink If bu
wants to?" he asked, .
'Ccrtnlhlv, If he jau get the llquoi
He inn go to another jueiliut aim gtl
it nnd take It home."
"And wouldn't he get just as drunk
ns If he I ought the booze in his own
piei lint'" asked Pall with u grill.
Dickey admitted that ha probably
Hnvvllns asked a srilc of questolns
regnidlug the Keeping of records ot
lates, etc., Hint made Dlikey finally
Mlmlt that the bill Is very dcfecltvu
nml would have to be much amended
before It could bo Hindu legal utid ef
fective. Correa wanted to know It Dickey
wouldn't prefer to havo the property
ovvucis vote on the question lather
than the proper! holders. Dickey of
course said ves. It begun to appear a
if he, too, vvtlo being Joshed us Scud
Ulikev tried to explain that letter
Pall had asked nbotit. He laid It onto
the Anti-Saloon league, (leaving that
the Civic I'ed a had had uti) thing to du
shot rui.i, or holes.
Raw tins, revelling to the bill, snld It
wus alnadv shot so full of holes us to
bu unworkable. Dickey answered
vaguely that the difficulties could prob
ably bo gottcit mound.
Itawllns told him no couldn l buck
tho Organic Act. Ho said It would
not bo advisable for tho committee to
tecomiicnd Hint tho lavV pass.
KUHIO GIVES ADVICE.
The Clialr tailed on tlio opponent
of tho bill to state their aide.
Sheldon then tailed on Delegate Ka
l.inian.iolo to spmk on the hill. Ho
said ho Is not a total tihstalncr. Ho
takes Ills ill Ink, and Is not In favor of
prohibition. "I do not oppose nor
suppoit this bill," lie snld. "It needs
i good deal of amendment, but 1 think
tho Intent of lt Is all right. It Is meant
to preserve the homes of the poor Ha
waltans. I am one of those who In
dulge, but I can nlvvnvs keep my senses.
"It ou think this bill needs amend
ment, why don't vou amend It bo vou
will, have a good, workable law,
"I want to speak about the homes of
us Huvvallaus. What Is the result of
this liquor selling? Tho men go to
vvoik, but on their return they havo
nothing to show for it. And parents
come home and net so In the presence
oi ineir cniKiien inni iney uuvo a linn
liinucnio mid tho ihlldrcii turn out
'In the States tho people decide such
questions, not the liquor dealers or u
Civic l'cikialloii. Hero thcie is noth
ing lo keep a man from drinking to
"Those who are opposed to the bill
want lo kill It, why I do not know,
Vou should think very caivfiilly, for
this U nn ImpDituiit question. If tho
Plftli Dlstilct wauls liquor, let them
decide. If tliey don't want It. why
bliould vou foice llieiu to have It? You
hoiild hnve cnusldeiatlon for Hie poor
people vvhf) arc going lo ruin on ac
count of the liquor ti utile. .
Pall moved Hint the loiiimlttet) rlso
nnd icpoil piogiess and ask leave to
sit again. Can led. Tho Committee
insu and icpoiled and the House ud-,'ouincd.
At a ti. lining school In ono ot tlio
Eastern titles, a teacher htm empjojed
Hie quest lonnule method ot scaling tho
clilldicn's lips with toiiit plaster til
prevent them fiom whispering. Indig
nation run high at such piocecdlng and
n public meeting of parents was iccenU
ly held at which steps wcro taken to
make things wuriii for tho teacher who
Innugiitated the wlilBper-preventlntj
Doctor (to wife, whoso husband Is
ill) Is not jour husband a hvpoton
drlac? Wire Oh, no, doctor, lie doesn't be
long to any Boclet) nt till. Meggen
Ejajf "For Rent"
the Bulletin office.
caids on. sale at
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