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$132,000 For Completion
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"th Day .Afternoon Session
Tho HotiKu yesterdn afternoon vo-
ltd (o iiiiioprlate $132. flon for the
(iiinpletlon of the X mi aim dam. It
elso oteil $HO,O0U for Kiileo's pot
ineusuio, tlio purchase of tlio I'litioa
The motion to apptoprlnte the mon
e f-ir the ilnin eariled without nny
i eat ntnotiiil of ornlorv, hut that
('oes not mean
Ik InttllHt rliil Hi hoots was lead Tin
loiuuillteo iprniuuieiided nineiiil
lienls. which would have the effect
of leivliig the Wulnleo Inilustrlal
ifi hool out of the piovlslons of the
I. Ill Adopleil.
Ilnvllns thoimht the Hiiiiko wiib
v.iudi'tliiK invaj fioui the Intent of
the hill. "We nte told," lie said,
ij&j'j-&j-j-rJ-zJz:-iz'-zz!' .tirn-ST.' ."Vt." s.-.'.
GREAT CHESS MATCH PROGRESSING I
The tmitt impiill.int eutil III thess pilncd l poMtlon oi. in Mb day. Iiy
lilfctm for the hut ten .vonrn was the Hie v.lnnlnc of a dcpli"ed pawn, and
that the Judges of our lonor tourlS) iirroplnnee of Mundinll h challenge Hum plnddlni; on lioldliiK onlo the
i le held to be honest, nnd I think wo
ii'iiv hold that the head of nut- de
partments nil) honest unci are not ko
Ihk to divert the fundi) that come Into
their hands. The Intent of this hill
I to put hack Into those two school
the net I Ik onie derived from them.
I Know of no Institution In the world
where the Inmate loino out with
their pockets loaded with money."
"in: H'tiNAcioits r.M.i
"Wo place confidence In the Su
perintendent of l'ulillc Works uml
rive litni a large sum of money to
li l,.iHkei, for n match for tlio chum-' L-nln of u pawn and seokliiK iiolhiliK
l.lnnshlp of the world. Iirnte well knnvvliif; that nine I linen
.Mamliall ceitiiluly had some ilnhti ' cut of ten In an umlpim" the little
upon which to base his 1ii)ii-i of vvres- pawn, so small In value nt the begin
tlni; the (linmiilonshlp from Lasker. . t.liiB, pained value In a Kcnmetrlrnl
ns hlii iccoiils In recent toitrnnmetits iiocresslon ns the major pieces we'd
Miovv. hut to one who has followed Ills, n ruled off.
(aieer elopoly, ns well as that of l.us- What was to he expected from ono
kcr, there was llttlo ilouht ns to the of the best mathematicians who ever
ultimate outcome of the match. j followed chess hut tlio full reallzt-
The i!llelal score of the match ni Hon or the miIiic of this style of
published In l.asUer's Chess Muk-i- plnv? It Is therefore not u surprlen
zinc was I.nsker, I; Mai-liall, i; io lonrti that l.nskor. whosu vocation
('rawti, 11. A newspaper of recent Is that of n professor of matheinnl-
Mond." I'all said. "Why shouldn't ln,p BnT0 l" KC"rt' "1 i last niea lis l.i n largo unixerslly, Elioulil meet
we trust the Superintendent of Pub-' n8 ''""her, fii Mntsliall, 0: drawn, S. Stelnllz mid iiradleally beat him :it
lie Instruction? ' Then ho made u l-! Ah tho 111,llcl1 Bch to the uno first his own Kamo.
iniM nttni'L on the Hoard of lMuen- '"'il'lR a "ore of seven wins, Iti Marshall's play Is ofte.ii marked by
that the"lepreKcntn-ltlon." If we would leave tho selec-1 W0"I(I KetM" ""lt Marshall was not to the renins of Jlorphy, so that llin
tlves arc koIiib to a'llow the opportu
nity to slip by without ejpreslnff
themselves on the subject There
were sttoiiK symptoms Juit before nd
lournment yestordnv of a violent
spasm of datnltls, but the Speaker
lnauaKi'd to head off the nllnck for
the ilnie beliiK on the promise that
the llmitc should he nllowed to Ret
the subject out of Us system tllU
Kalco's l'nilo.i wnler rlchls piopo-
li Ion went throiiKh without nny
Him of our temheis to the Suiierln- 'ore ii won kiiiuo present luatcli may lie balil to lie. II
tondent tif l'ulillc Instruction, every-, T,,,s '" "ol " "Uflirlse to the wrl-1 test of the two Rreat schnohi that,
thins would be all rlplit. The trou-',fr- " ul8 followed both ,ilaers'(f the getilus of Intuition as opposed
I le ill comes from letting the Com- "neers for several yenrs, and while to the cold calculations of scleutlllci
mlssloncra choose them." nolhliiK Is to full of surprises nt j deduction.
Then he Rot buck, to the matter In '"c,w tournament scoics, yd when I fly this It Is not to bu understood
hand, nnd said that with 200 !l(rest,,,' ,!,le and past history of 'ho' that the writer means to say that
ol laud that lonld be planted to mi-' I'l-Oers Is (onsldorcd, Oils wns un oc- v. ere It possible for Murphy uml I-'is-
(nsioii wueu tne usual siirprh.e mlKht ' Kcr In play a match that Lasker
.nr cane, the Lahalnaluna school
oimht to bu Kcir-supportliiK In two
HilRlies said he did not object to
C.lvlim the Laliiiliiiiiuna school nil the
ttniiiK opposlllon. In fact. Hie inmney It iniilil make, hut he did uli
llouse seemed to have little Interest ;Jrct to rIvIuk one man Hie power to
in the subject, few of the members vpetid the mone,v ns he llumglit best.
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vntliiK on It nt nil. It In pin Iiy
uilileiHlood thai Die Senate vvlll kill
the appiopilatlou, lull this 1". not cer
tain. tiii: hasty siinati:
A ine.si'acu from Hie Senate nn
i.ouueiiiK that It hud KiiHtiiliied the
Coveinor'H veto un IIiiiim' Hill l:!!, re
lating to hunlliiK Willi III en mi. eall
ul fin Hi u caustic (ouuui'iil Iiy thu
Speul.iir on the Senale'K hasle In a(t-
Ini; 'in a Hoiikc hill hefuie Ihe lloime
llM'lf had acted.
mm. ir Tin: nii'i'iiuiiNi'i:
Senale Couciirieui Itcsolutlun S.
lelalllii; to the iiroiuotlon of Ihe prlu-
i Iple of local Kcir-Kovciumcul in the
leirilory, wiih Iraiismllled fiom Hie
Hiiuate. lteferred to ItuliM ('oiiimll-
ntllAK llll.l. (INCH MOIti:
II. II. I!i3, to iillovv un.vhody lo
treat lepers, caiuo hack fiom the Sen
ate, amended mi thai the llo.uil of
Health shall not have power lo le
voke thu peimltH at the end of, two
veins, an Ill the inlKlnal hill. The
tic. iter (ould keep on t'catlnK until
he got tired or IiIh lialleutH died.
Action deferied. '
iiut'si-: coNCims twick
II. II. l'.i. Kulelopu'H fielKht toll
lill, also came hack lool.lni; like u
i.lnr,..il eat House loueuiied.
The Senate had also amended II.
Ii. 23U, i elating to iicl.iiiiwleiU;ments.
KiivvlliiH moved the Hoiu-c cuniui'. It
MAPI PONDS 1111.1.
S. II. HI, to authorbe an Usue of
bonds by Ihu Comity of .Maul In the
sum of SI 10,1100, wiih trnnsmltled
from the Senate nnd carried thioiigh
DISPOSITION OI-' PUOriTS
The lepoit of the lMucatlon Com-
alid would vole iiualrixt the hill Tor
The hill paweil 22 to '.
I 'iMMITTHi: UKPOIITS
Vile lepoit of the Commltlee of (lie
ho'u en II. II. 2t'i. wns adopleil,
:inlliK the bill HikiiikIi sediuil
I'AI'OA WATIll! WOltKS ACAIN
II. II. i:'l, maUliiK special uipio
liriulloiiK for Ihe Teiillor) for the
Well be expeetcd not to occur.
Marshall has never phied two
lournni'iciitR In Kiiecesslon of equal
strength. Indeed, with tho eeep-
Hon of tho C.imliiidRo Sirlni;s lour-
would win. .Murphy was a i tile unto
l.UHM'ir. Did he live lit the picM'iit
time he mlRht be u dlselple of the
liodeiu school, for he could he trust
ed lo udopl whatever taitlcH were
ey his play him not been stislaluo,! I ,mi ad.ipled lo defeat his opponent.
al hlsh value rlKht till imuli a touiii
I'luent. In one touriiunieul he mlKht
(nine out (list, bill In the next he was
i.H likely In (iime out tenth.
list.er, on the olher hand, while
he has nut taken pail In ns many
(i.ulests, i ould he leekoued on as com
I UK out with eeil.iluly iiuioiik the
I. ill thcio Is mi iiie8lioii in the vvill
i''h inliid I tint Liskcr Is Ihu only
.lncr since Murphy's lime who
would have been able lo pbue Mur
phy In Imminent dnncur of defeat.
It l.i to be hoped lli.it Lusker will
mil now place too many b.irileri
ii i oil n il Ills posit Inn, III Ihe u!mo"t
ititaln event of his wiuuluK the pres-
i.evt Ivvu eurs. was taken up for the winewhcie In Ihe hiiiipc of the
.,. 1...1 .i ,.. ,. ..
JMiiiHli.illrt id.iy (ould be depenilH mt m.iti h, for the wilier helleviM
upon In eleclriry Hie whole ehe.s-: t,.re Is one pla.ver only since Ihu
world by some iIhhIiIiik liilllliiney ! ,1, uih nf the lainenled Plllsbuiv. In
,'( mid no vote.
Kalco's Piiuoa waler woikH auienil
meut was udopleil, Hie Item aiuiiuiit
Ini; to J I lo.uuii.
iIonhy i'oii tiii: n.Ai
Coney offeied an amendment to
make Ihe Mem foi Ihe iiililpletlon uf ; lulslukes ml
Ihe Nuiiunil dam Si:'.2.000. The
Then C.istto Jumped In with his
Punchbowl toad, for the extension
Hid wldellllii; of Piospect Ptieet
loiiuil Puiiehhowl. lie wauled SIP..
ono I'm- that. The uiollon to talilo',
bill theiii iicnlii II was nit !r
mi men l;
likely lo be tualked 111 Hie next kuiuc
Iv meilloiill). Nut hi wllh l.aA.T.
Ills lirllllaiicleH In touiliameutii were
fiw uml far between; liU i;.iiiiim
pieeuled an ciitallly hiiiiii IhImk; his
IhliiK ki few and far
niweeii ns iiiuiosi lo penult the us
eillon thai I hoy never (Kcillled.
Iiulecd, It Is IiiIcichHiii; to specu
lale If Ihe picM'iit innlch Is not i
lest of the value uf the style of ploy
j'f th" last decade, uml thai of the
Stelnllz was, pcihnps, the. Ilrst
name elans iih l.asl.er, and thai l
A match between l.asl.er and Tar
rasih would be of fur creator Inler
(sl Ihuii (he pieseul one, for ttul.v It
would be a cum' of (lieek ineellliK
I'-ieek. While Lasker would un
ilotibleilly win II would not be a re
mit of no wins for liKoppunuut. Tin
uialili would he u ver cln.o one .mil
the ucoifx perhapH mine drawn than
wins for either placr.
If Dr. Tiiriasch (ould he persuaded
to lay aside Ihe hculpcl mid medicine
case for a Iiuik ouoii;li pel hid lo
meet l.asl.er. It would he of lucaleul-
Ihe .iliieiiilmeiit (allied, the Sicul.ori -lc,it tdajer to show the iiiIv.iiiIiirii (,ble interest ami henelll to the chess
castliiK the declilluK vote,
lltiRhes ixiivwpiI u doubt as to re
ull and the lull was called. The le
( lilt was the same.
The hilt then passed us aineiiilc'l
I y a vote of 20 lo '.i.
UAWI.INS TAIII.irS HIS illl.l.
II. II. inn, Itavvllns' policial elec
tric franihlse bill, was tabled wllh;
i ill debate on motion of Us lutio
diHer. m:to ovi:uuiddi:n
The Ciivernor's veto on II. II. 101.
Sheldon'u Wulmea river emliniikmeiit
bill, was overridden by a vole of 20
Kalauu'u II. II. 1U3, to let nnhody
licit lepers, was called up, and on
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uiltlee on II II 212, to piovldc for 'motion of Kalana the House concur
tho disposition of tho profits mixing ml In the Semite amendments,
from agilculiiunl and Industrial pur- MOltll DAM TALK
lulls at L.th iliialiina nnd tho Wain-' The Speaker suggested that 11 adjourned
of many small minor ndvnntagcH paers all over the world.
: : : : : : : : : : : ! on point is worihy of note in the
might bo well to dcicr act Inn un tho pieseul match uml that is that tlio
Nun mil dam leports until today, as list thiee games were won straight
he understood u good many of tho i IT by Lusker.
utcmhcis wished lo speak on the mih-i .M.usliall undoubtedly felt bin only
Ject. (banco was his stiong suit, dashing
"We've alie.uly apiuopilaleil miiii-j day: he lejilbod tli.it calculating
cy for the dam," Huld Kalelopu. pla placed lilm nt a disadvantage.
' What's the use of (hewing tho lag. lint after llnee nrtemplH resulting
about It any longer? I don't see why In disaster he was Tuiccd to adopt Ills
wo should put tho matter off any opponent's stiong suit, playing for
longoi." After mine talk, Pall mosn minor advantages, since whldi Hum
with his e)o on the clock nnd moved tin. result of tho match was almost
to adjourn. The Speaker ui.ked hlni'e foregone roncliirlon.
to wlthdiaw the motion to allow of no
the leading of Sennto (ommunlca-tlons.
The Weskly Edition of tho Evening
nullMIn nlui. A rnmnlnln umm.lrv nf
Senate Hill 02. making special ap- ,ne news of thc jjy,
.iioprlatlous for tlio Covcriimeiit, was .
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