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VOL. X. NO. 3yj;
IO. PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1908-10 PAGES
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I LmiIL HHIIIJUn lii I LIILu 1 II llll WwliiH
DelltFlVrttes"- Slf m Br( Tell Of Our Churches Dewegef
Of Hawaii fMi- Is Si Is Suggestion lade Stirs Op
V ,1 t 1 fr la m m , a
Washington, d. C, Jim. 24, 190S.
I-Mltor livening 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
For some. time. past, I hnvo boen ne
gotiating for a dale on which the
whole l'e.trl llnrbor question could
be beard by the House Naval Com
mittee. Last week tliero wuh oppor
tunity offered Tor n brlct hearing but
we declined that anil Insisted that
l'enil Harbor wnB sufficiently lmpor
tiuit to bo given n more extendtrt
hearing. Tndny I am advised by the
Chairman that my secretary mid I
arc to be beard next Tuesday fore
noon; I have also asked that Mr.
Hatch bo heard by tho committee.
In a recent Interview with tho
head of ono of tho HurcauR of tho
Navy, ho Informed me that tho Pres
ident would within a few days Bon?
to Co:igreT u special message, recom
mending rtrong formications for Da
wall, and the Immediate development
of Peail Harbor.
Tho messaco has not been sent as
jot, but Ha transmission will probab
ly be cabled to you beforo tho arrival
of this letter In Honolulu. If the
l'iP3ldcnt sends such a message, and
in It spe.tkH po vlgoiously for l'carl
Harbor ns ho has recently in convo
TO PI IV
Great Place For Alaska
People To Spend
Among the passengers going on tho
Korea to Sail 'Francisco aio Mr. J. F.
Kennedy and wife, who have been viB
ttlng tho Islands. Mr. Kennedy speaks
very highly of llnwall's tioplcal city,
i.s u refuge for tho KIondykerK during
i he winter months, in tspcaklug of
tho commercial possibilities of tho
two Torrltorleo, Mr. Kennedy thinks
the IslanJa InnlKiiIflcn it in comiiirloii '
with Alaska. Ho claims tho Yukon
liver to be' navigable twenty-four or.
twenty-six hundred miles with tribu
taries flvo to sW hundred miles to tho
"Tho Yukon river valley Is nil tho
way from 700 miles wldo down, and is !
us productive as any country wo havo
lor many classes of vegetation. I havo
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NOT TO DIIESS WELL. The
proper duss at a Ball is a
good dress-suit or Tuxedo.
Don't wear a shabby one,
The way ho dresses is tho
measure of a man's self-respect,
not of his pockctbook.
There's no need for that,
when you can get the best
Alfred Benjamin & Co. !
suit for a moderate price at
The Kash Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort fe Hotel
cation with n number of Congress
men, his action will afford needed In
lluence on the House Commlttco's
course In framing the Naval bill.
From extended pcrsoiinl conversations
with tho Naval Chairman and mem
bers of tho Committee, It appears that
they nro generally In favor of n na
val base at 1'c.ul Haruor, but they
fear that tho exceptionally largo
Bum 0Blcd for additional nnval Vf.i
teU tills year will crowd out any Item
to provldo for a now naval stntton.
Only ycstcidny Chairman jawn'ey
of the Appicprlatlous Committee re
newed his notice to the House that
appropriations would have to be scal
ed down to prevent n Inrge deficit for
tho coming fiscal joar; It Is apparent
therefore that our efforts will havo
to fa co t'int additional handicap this
Wo havo already hd two days heai
Insa on my bills before tho Commit
tee on Terrllorli'B and wo nro to havo
cue or two daya with them next week
Mr. McClcllan. Mr. Hatch and I havo
been asked to appoar befoio tho Com
inlttco on Indttsirl-il Arts rud Exposi
tions jiext Monday wlidi tho bill will
bo considered piovUlns for exhibits
(Continued on faga 2)
Was Sick Before He Left
I'at Cull, a second-class passenger
In the employ of tho Quartermaster'
Department of tho United 8tatcs
Army, and who was icturiiliiR from
tho Philippines after a two years tour
of duty, died on the 24th of January
nt soa on tho Thomas. Very llttlo was
known about tho man. He wiib an
lilshmnn and was comparatively
young, being between 35 and 40 years.
Ho was sick, It Is said, and borlously
so, when ho came on tho vessel, and
an tho duyu went by, ho gradually bo
caru worse until ho dually passed
' Tho United States Aimy transport
Thomas was tho first big boat to enter
tho harbor this morning. Tho Mon
gollawas expected tho first thing, but
(Continued on Pace 5)
Conva Wottea fbrMcrr
m IU MB
" mm. Bv Bishoo Moore tmoeror
"The villain still pursues," etc.,
was the laughing remark iof the fa
mous writer, Mrs. Robert Mams Wil
cox (1211a Wheeler) when she saw
the reporter for tho 15 u 1 1 e 1 1 n ,
formidably armed with pad and pen
cil, coming1 hor way on the big liner
Mongolia this morning. Ella Wheel
er Wilcox, ns she Is known all over
the world, or Mrs. Robert, as sho
wishes to be called in prlvato life, Is,
with her husband, on her regular
winter trip to tho various lands of
i-unshlnc. They will remain In Ho
nolulu for about two months, bcln;t
booked to return on the Manchuria.
"JuhI a car ngo yesterday," she
said, "my husband and I wcro tak
ing tho steamer from Kgypt on our
way to Italy. Wo go uway each win
ter, nway as far ns wa conveniently
can, from the land of Bnow and Ice,
u ml Hawaii, the Paradise of the Pa
cific, had long appealed .to us, and
thin year wo decided to make
trip." . .
s (Continued on Page 3)
Man Denies Fatherhood
But Cannot Resist
Baby's Plea ,
Tho methods tho, officers of. the
law uso to get tho truth from 'pris
oners accused of violation of tho law
tiro often interesting, and tho rcsulli
aio not Infrequently pathetic. Hut
Justice Is supposed to bo blind unq
not tinctured with sentiment.
In ono corner of tho Marshal's of
fice In tho Judiciary building this
morning sat n man' in the garb of a
laborer, holding on his knee an ex
traordinarily pretty half-whlto child,
n llttlo boy of perhaps three or a lit
tle less. Occasionally tho man drew
tno child to him with a convulsive
although furtive movement, ns it
ashamed of tho affection he could not
help exhibiting. And yot, not half nn
hour before, tho man had flatly dis
owned tho child and denied his fath-
Tho man was Frank Turner, a line
man In tho employ of the telephone
company. Ho was arrested this
morning by nn officer of tho United
States Government on a charge of
fornication. I,lkCm many other Inon
who have shamefacedly sat In the
(Continued on Page 5)
is never neglected by the" wise. It
costs so little to moke the welfare
certain of those dependent on you.
And, when Death, Fire, or Accident
overtakes you, your policy
I io them. It's a Helping Hand but
.SOT the hand of Charity! You
I have paid for it.
JUST THINK ABOUT THAT.
Going To Shanghai
Tl.c llzht ugalnst Judge Wllflcy of
Shanghai, which Is keeping the com
batants traveling over a ten thousand
lultu (ouisp, brought V, M Ilrooks tu
Honolulu this mOrnlng. Ho is n pas-
ucngor In the IoiiKOlla on his way
buuK to Shanghai.
"When 1 arrhc-d at Wnshlngton,"
said Utooks this noon, "I found that
Lorrln Andrews lial nlrcady filed
charges agalnBt Wildcy with tho Statu
Department. Owing to tho political
situation .JljejfiBdllng' of th'o uiAUcr
Is raUidflSlo.svr.uut wo intend! to' fight
It our. ' ThUj general rcelliig''amoni(
tho "Gonjtijutinicii nud ofilcfula at
Washtnetonja,. against WURf yThey
foci ttinYh,'u HKtfoverbteiuimSliln nu
tlioftyl On' tho olhw'lmnd lj, Is J103
Blble tliafbe will bo whttuwashedilu
order to aoId tho scandal which
would follow if ho should bo convict
ed of tho charges. If this In done, wu
wjjll have him regulaily Impeached be
fore the House, tho imperii necossary
for this proceeding having already
"I Intend to press tho buR I havo
filed agalnBt Wilfley beforo tho Ilono
lulu courts. It was intimated to mo
that Wilfley was ready to compromise
In bo far that ho would drop hix fight
ngnlnst Andrews and myself, but wo
do "not Intend to avail ourselves of
this, as there Is a matter of prlnclplo
"I am now going back to China to
get depositions which will bo necef
Bary both In the enso in Washington
and In my suit hcic. I may go back
to Washington with these depositions,
or I may send them on to Andrews,
who will then conduct tho case at
Washington, I understand that Wll
flcy has filed an answer to tho
charges which I undo against him.
I am" glad of that, hb that will make
him out a liar In Shanghai. I will
como hero later to conduct tho caso
against Wllflcy myself, but I will not
toko advantage of him, and will allow
him tho tlmo which It Is necessary fur
him tu take beforo he can como horo."
Tho Mongolia brought two flno
Franklin touring cam for K. O. Hull
The application for a recelvor for
Ilia State Savings bank of Iluttu,
.Mont., has been continued to Fob. 17
by Judge Ilourmilti, who nsscitH ho
believes it will bo able to rcsumo by
Thomas Hates, who ran nway from
bis homo nt Springfield, Mass., In 18S2,
hits been found by his brother In tho
stnto BOhllors' homo Mil Tennessee
The wanderer will lie given n comfort
able homo with his brother.
and MOST COM
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ever shown in
the Islands, at
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BISHOP MOORE, WHO A
Illshop Mooro of tho Methodist
Episcopal church gave, a noon-day
talk bufoiu tho members of tho Com
morel:! Club lorfky during tho lunch
Tho dining room of tl'.o c:.ib was
fairly filled with members and their
friends and the words of tho lUshon
weru cry much . eujoyoj. Ulshop
Mooio was sealed nt tho circular
Governor's" table nt tho mukal end
of the dining loom, with him were
President Oeorgo W. Smith. Mr.
Trent, Rev, Mr, Waduiun, Rov. Mr.
Crane, Frjd Macfarlano, Judge Wcav
or and other members of tho Hoard
Ulshop Mooro Is a powerful npcakor
und waH most cordially received. Ho
has Just returned fiom n tour of tho
islands and has been pleasantly Im
pressed with tho business an well nn
tho moral progress of tho Islands.
Tho lunch-hour talk Is a featuro to
which tho Entertainment Committee
of tho Commercial Club Ib giving con
bldorablo attention, It being tlt plan
to thus bring tho members and their
guests In touch wltli officials, prom
inent people of tho town and guests of
tho "city. Tho speaker In every In-1 cheaply we deliver SELECTED PINE
Blanco solects his own topic. Ono of APPLES at mainland points!
tho main thoughts of tho speaker wns ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
that Hawaii In Its promotion should t 725 Kinc. Phone 15.
the average man's wont en
emy, has its own worst enemy
DON'T FOROET OUR
DRESSED COMMERCIAL CLUB
let tho people of tho mainland know
of tho churches.
President Ceo. W. Smith Introduc
ed Illsl op Moore, who was greeted
with apilui.o. Mr. Smith remarked
that vho uuujuqI mall day accounted
for the room not being filled.
The Ulshop In opening snld he was
glad to sco tho business brawn and
brain of tho Territory in Its own
habitat. Ho had been using his op
portunity while here to observe those
things which u minister of tho Gos
pel was Interested In: still ho was
aware that tho commercial features
wero a complementary part, and ho
was glad to hnvo tho Vrlvllego of
meeting such n largo gathering of
repirsentntlvo business men. Ho ro
r.mrked ho hnd been hero thrco times
beforo and thought that ho was as
well informed ns the average,
through paascnger, still he had to
confess that nil his former Impres-
(Continued on Page 3)
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Also No. G02 A 3-eyelet Oxford Pump, Flexible
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These pumps afford a style that is neat, tasty, and con
nemtivf just the thing for the Evening Reception or the
PEKINO, China, Feb. 5. The Em
press Doweuer is unrinc the voune
Emperor of China to more actively
I participate in the affairs of State.
LISBON, Portugal, Feb. 5. Tho
I new new Cabinet of Portugal has
-ordered the elections and will con
I vene Parliament as soon as possible.
COUNTESS IS DIVORCED
LONDON. Enj., Feb. 5. Tho
Countess of Yarmouth, formerly Miss
, Alice Thaw and sister of Harry Thaw,
I was today granted a divorce from
, the Count. They have been married
, but a few years.
V7ASHINQT0N. D. 'C., Feb. 5.
Public Printer Stillings has been sus
pended from oQce pending an inves
tigation of his administration.
TOKIO, Japan, Feb. fi. Former
Ambassador Aoki has been made n
RECEIVER IS APPOINTED
CARSON, Nevada, Feb. 5. The
State Bank Trust Company has been
attached nnd a receiver appointed. "
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Teh. 5.
The transport Buford, with the
Twenty-third Infantry on board, sail
ed today for Manila.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 4.
SUOAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s. Par
ity, 4.11 cents. Previous quotation,
9s. 11 l-4d. Quotation, Feb. 1 last
year, 8s. Od.
A special dinner and danco In hon
or of Captain Hathaway and tho jas
Feasors on board the Mongolia will
bo given at tho Scnsldo Hotel this
evening. Music both for tho dinner
and tho dnnco will bo ronderml by tho
famous Kual Hawaiian gluo club, Tho
beautiful Seaside Hotel, with Its out
door dining room nnd dancing pavilion
overlooking tho ocean, should bo tho
center of nltrrelion this evening for
Captain Hathaway r.a.l h,!a passengers.
Port St. fl'.noblx
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