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Big Problem For
1). T 1 I'Ml'KA, one (if thn w n mi mi J i panose physicians, will
In .i n.-'.icu. hi the siom'iihI'i Mem c ii wl' 'i u k this nrternocin for
Japan I), Imi" a ha 'i ii ii li ini iii-i pi In hl profusion anil goes
In .t i ikiii mi a i..i iMiuii , , i.i-nm 1)iii Int. hln sl.i In .lupin ho will
bluil) tin Ihiki i . in, ii) s ,rt. ij
LOUIS KAHLBARM OF
I Hill!-: IS DEAD
uftcrni.on iiml the 1 1 In seemed lei ilci
li i in good, ii ho an I veil In tood hu
mor, iK't-l.ii liK (liat hu felt lltii. Soon
after ", o'clock he experienced nn
other heart attach, which cniled his
life within a short time,
Thi funeral, which took place
Wednesday, was attended liy friends
f i urn near and far, who canio to pay
tho last lespeM to mi exceptional
man. Tho seniles hotfi nt tho Kahl-
hauni homo aiid the cemetery wcro
conducted hy Uev. Niemann, assisted
liy tho choir of tho Koloa church,
Mcs.ra. Welnidioliupr, Spalding. I.nhr,
Kahlliuuin, and Peter nctlnc as pall-
Tho deceased, who had heen a wld
cnyer for twclrn )cais, leavoa a son,
I'aul KiiIiIImiiiiii, an employe of the
lax ollkp. and live stepsons, sons of
his wife by fonucr husbands. Only
l.llll'i:, Kauai. Sept m. Willi
the death of l.ouls Knhlhaum, which I
iicciuied la I lui l.lhilo Hospital last
Tucday, oao of the stioiiK men tli.it i
liae helped to develop Kauai a gen-j
'(.ration 'ago has passed away.
Horn at llcrlln, Germany. Lot
Knhlbaum an hod In Honolulu In
tho beginning of tho seventies on oao
nf thp whaling ships that at tho Itmo
had their lendezuius there. Ho en
tered the employ of IMIugor who was
Interested In the sealing trade In tho
North Pacific, and spent a tear In
one of his vesjcls. lmiMug u name
for himself as an Indefatigable work
er, uu ins return 10 noiiniuiu imch- 0!u. (,r tlcm i,0eVer, II. Oonradt, rc
feld & Co. sent lilm down to Kauai I ,,,, , Ko,(Mi 1)lc 0lcrH hav1B
in mi u vacancy on rvoio.i piauwiiiiiu
and hero ho spent ncnily all his re
maining vears. Originally holding
tho position of bookkeeper, the act
he jouiig man found olllco work too
slow and soon changed It for field
work. He was a tlieless worker and
haw to It that his sitbordlnnlos put In
u full chn's work. 'I'luoush ability
and energy bo within a short time
made himself so valuable to his cm
plojeis that thev entiustcd him with
the responsibilities of a head limn, a
poidtlou that ho occupied until 1SS0,
when he went to O.ilin, where ho cu
saged In ciiuo planting at Walanao.
Tho black, cl.ijoy boll at that pl.tru iMII
waa au iinhnowii iuautity to
moved to the mainland or Jnpan.-
(iardi n Isbiml.
t'onlr.icior I). K. Metrgor has teen
on tbe witness stiind all mornliiK In
the co'iiUniuntjoii Milt of tho United
Stales mtsiis f.orrlu Andrews. Noth
ing p-irtlcalar has been dono yet, but
It Heem'i as If the end of tho cns Is la
slghl This morning Mr. Mutrp'r was
I (ompclUd In stale that bo did not
I.III1W frillll 111 111. ll HVIKil'l.illf.f. Wtl.'lt
""' i hnd was or was nut sullnliV for tho
cmo pl.iulers nt that tlino and also . lumping of garbage huf he had nn
ii Kahlbauiu. Ho utiugglcd with tho
proposition until lSSIl when ho
fuum thn ventuio a failure and his
Ho returned In Koloa and took up
his old work on tho plantation, lc-
malulng with tho Koloa Sugar Co.
until ten eats ago, when ho icllrcd.
v Idleness did not suit Kahlbaum's
opinion on the i object. Ilicckou'i
plajfull) maiul.ilued that garbigo
inulil li" ilampi'd.uiost any obi place,
j llils, liowovi-r. being lilrenuously oil-
leetoii lo ii; auuu'Wh. who nail nam
crous leasoiiK why gaibago should not
lie huapfd on cnitalu lund la iiuostlou.
The Bulletin Publishing Co..
Ltd., is ntrcnt for the best engravinc
nalure, however, and 1002 saw him ond lithographing copipany on
back lo v.nik (iriiIii, tlil.i lime as a i the Pacific Const and is prepared
deputy or Shcilff Cnnr-y for the Dlx-tto fjive cstinmtcs on high-rjrade
trlct of(Koioi, ciiutliiuing as such for printing of every kind,
two eus, when l'o was nppoinied j A30 prices nnd'samples of the
Deputy Tax Assessor for his district, . Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
a potli hut -which ho occupied until Announcements, and
1,B lllt''i Invitations, in the best of form
Tor Min.c time back Mr. Kahlbiuni ,f0r smart functions.
had Btideied flnui beait tloublo audj
Mnnd.iy afleinoiin bad a bad attack, I Second wlfo of Isaac Trunibo so
from whlfh, however, he rallied cue- emus divorce at Salt I.alio on ground
liy. Tuosda morning the nmso w, 'uf noiiMipwrt mid w.ilu-8 alimony.
l.a. hoc Hta.Mag v.,.h l,l, 'for somo ! . , ' TW.?.?.
i -Uimi I.4U i u "( -i nu i if ii ii a ivnn
tlino had an urgent call otherwheie,
and ho dcilded to pu to tho hospital
lor tho time she li.nl to be awns. Ills
ton Paul biougbt hi in over In tho letivs by tho lire escape,
inouy Is "Inurmcd Intrinsically.
Husband Muds wlfo lllng with ar
my ol'lccr at MonloKiv and latter
If our meats did not give the ep-eatest satisfaction to
the thousands of people who deal with us it would be fool
ish for us to ask you to order some of our beef and mutton
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Teloplioxio 45 (
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 21.
Who's to decide what railroad, bonds
and slocks shall bo accepted by tho
Secretary of the Treasury as security
for cutrcucy Issues, under the cmcr-
feacy provisions of the Aldrlch
Vreohnd Act? ,
Secretary of tho Treasury Cortcl
juit and the authorities of the Inter
state Commerce Commission have
been wrestling with this question for
some timet and tho only result thus
far reached Is a feeling III some Im
portant 'in. liters that tho movement
for making a valuation of the rail
roads has received, all unintentional
ly, a big lift by reason of the passago
of tho currency law.
The Sccrctarj of the Treasury Is
given full authority to accept or re
ject any security prccntcd to lilm.
Naturally, he Is anxious that what
ever ho accepts shall bo of unques
tionably gilt-edged character. Ills In
vestigations, In the effort to ascer
tain If there Is any standard liy
which to Judge railroad securities,
hao bioughtt out a curious situa
tion. Anticipating that it might become
his duty this autumn to pass mi prof
fered Issues of this kind, Secretary
Cortcljou somo weeks ago addressed
a communication to the Interstate
Commcicc Commission, asking If that
body could furnish him Information
about tbe railroad securities of tho
country which would enable him lo
pass Judgment on them.
As thcro are somo $10,000,000,000
of these outstanding, representing al
most Innumerable characters, Issues,
ctas3CB of security, etc., It looked like
rather a staggering demand. Tho
commission was able distinctly to
lecollect that It had strongly recom
mended to Congress tho passage of
an act for a valuation of tho rail
roads, which would hnvo given It
means to acquire Just such Informa
tion as this.
Inquiry was Instituted ns to what
resources of Information were at
command, from which the commis
sion could answer such an Inquiry.
It developed that tho commission au
thorities on such subjects didn't ic
nicmber that railroad securities were
mado available as security for circu
lation under the new act. Id fact,
everybody seemed to have quite a dis
tinct Impression that tlio railroad
securities were not allowed.
On tho morning of the day when
Senntor UtKollctto was about lo
open up his great speech against tho
Aldrlrh bill, Senator Aldrlch roso and
cut tho ground from under LaKol
lette's feet by moving an amendment
to tako lallroad bonds out of the list,
leaving only Government, State,
County, and Municipal bonds of ccr?
tain descriptions. This was regard
ed at the tlino as a most clover turn
hy which to unhorse I.al'ollctte.
I.aKollctto mado Ills speech, and
then there was a bag In tho move
ment for tho legislation, mid for a
month or so It looked as If no cur
icney legislation could pass. In tho
last dajH of thn session the Vreeland
bill was brought forward, and it and
the Aldrlch bill wcro welded togeth
er Into a compiomlso measure. This
So when they found that the Scc
ictary of the Treasury was asking
about railroad bonds and stocks, tho
Interstate Commcrco people got out
u copy of tho Aldrlch-Vrcelaud Inw
as passed, and studied It. They found
what hud happened.
Down In tho body of tho bill was
an enumeration of securities which
might bo received: National, State,
County, and Municipal bonds; nnd
farther on: "any other securities"
which tho Secretary might npprovo.
"Any other securities"; thnt Includ
ed railroad stocks, bonds, commercial
paper, anything else that the Secre
tary should approve. The railroad
bonds wcio hack In tho bill, and
along with them tho Btocks! Sena
tor Aldrlch had everything .ho origi
nally wanted, and more.
Having figured nil this out. from u
study of the bill, the Interstate Com
mission authorities conferred, and
then Chairman Knnpp wont over to
tho Trensury building t,o seo Secre
Up To Commission
Tho conference resulted in a deci
sion which practically amounts to
tho Interstate Commission undortak
Ing to make n valuation of the rail
roads when that Is mado necessary
under tho workings of tho Currency
MTM W III
Jack McKnddcn, the featherweight
champion of Hawaii, made a call on
the sporting editor of the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n
this morning lo say that ho Is anx
ious to meet Charlie Hcllly in tho
ring ngajn. Ho puis out a deft to
Rcllly In this way; boxers to meet
nt nny weight the other wants to
make, tho bout not to lie less than
fifteen rounds, and winner take all,
That looks ns If Jack Is pretty confi
dent that ho can take Itellly's meas
ure, and he talks In the same strain
about Young Nelson.
McFatldcn says thnt ho wants to go
on with Young Nelson, unci will stop
htm in less than tea rounds or tako
nothing for his work.
Mac will probably hook up with
one of theso men, possibly the win
ner of the go on tho third, when they
nro. matched to meet each other nt
Frank 1. Kramer, (he national cy
cle champion, repeated his own per
formance the other clay at the Valls
burg Cycle Track In Now York when
he covered n half mile In 04 1-fi sec
onds, which is 1-5 of a second better
than the world's record, held by
Jackie Clark of the Saltair Track In
Salt Lake City. When Kramer broke
tho record first he was disqualified
and his lecord was not allowed, hut
his lime In the second trial will go
clown as n record.
Charles Stein of tho Irlsh-Anicrlcnn
Athletic Club won Hie N, C. A. ama
teur championship title for 1908,
when ho finished second In the five
mile championship event. The 'race
was won TTy David Mackay. Stein
has 1C points to his credit In tho
championship contest. As there Is
but one more championship race, the
quarter-mile, his nearest rival for tho
title, Fred. I 111 I, with 10 points, can
not catch ililm.
N12W YOIIK, X. Y. Unable lo oh- tho chief instrument in tho dcrcp- the defendant, Mrs. Teal, at the cur
tain n bondsman to furnish $r,M" tlon. Ministry gno ball Immediate- nor of Klfty-llfth street and Scpntli
1 l.ii t luu lentil 1 11 ir lliul Id inllllllll III nlilln titnl Mint t 1ine !... ...,..
ball. Mrs, Hen Teal, wife of ono of "' ...."". .. . . ' '""'"
nil night in tho Tombs.
at the same time and place the dc-
SHINOLE, CASTEO, COHEN
(Continued from Van 1)
however, nut positively retired lo ac
cept the nomination, and the U inn
ir.it I.ijik) tc place lilm at tiiu r-ril f
their tLket.ras they flgurc tli.it ho
would bo able to draw a loto of tho
liaolo votes from the Kourt District
Should Trent run for Muvor. Man
ley Hopkins, who works, In his office,
win probably bo the Democratic can
illdate for the position of Treasurer.
l'or Supervisorial candidates on tho
Democratic .ticket tho following hnvo
been mentioned: A. V. Peters, Jas.
U. Klilln, Geo. 11. Holt, W. 11, McClcl
Ian, Kd. Ingham, M. E. Sllva, Jack
Low and J. J. Dlas.
Tho nomination of Gcorgo'Kaoa as
n Representative from tho Fifth on
tho Republican ticket haS caused a
great ileal of dissatisfaction, not only
in tho Fourth, but among a largo mini
her of tho Ilawallans of the Fifth, The
two object Ions to Knoa Is that hu Is
nn Achl man, nnd that ho Is' known as
a gambler ( (taxing faced tho iillco
Judgo oftener than nny member of tho
pollco forco Is nblo in remember. Tho
fact thnt ho was greeted with the cry
"seven cloven" when ho mounted tho
platform ut tho convention sulflclcntly
chaiacturlzcs his general reputation.
An attempt will bo mado today to get
htm to withdraw. In which case cither
Harry Auld or Kanekoa will get tho
Tho chairmanship of the Republi
can County Committee will ho tnkcu
by either Chas". Chlllingworth or A. F.
Juilil Tho latter states that ho does
not want tho honor, as ho consldors
Hint ho has done enough for thu parly.
but It Is quite possible, that his friend?
might indiico htm to accept It.
The sophomore class at Stanford
University wins the rope-tying rush
with tho freshmen.
the best-known stage managers In Arter tllpr m.,e8l jUha i.m11(r fend.int Fleming; that the defendant
America, passed four hours u prison- and Mausley, who had been known to Teal usked the deponent whether sho
er In the Tombs.. Sho was charged Miss MacCaiislan ns "Mr. 'Stanley," wn,pd to earn money. Deponent un-
wltb rout til Icltv In nn allecpil tilnt lo wcl ''old as prisoners, tho detective BWercil, 'Yes.' That defendant Teal
, . , , . , passing the night In pollic hc.idqunr- then mild lo deponent that deponent
manufacture spurious nnd perjured ,,,,-, ' , , ,',... ,.,,! ,Jt if,i. , -r,.i-
ivio llllil a'tliu wilf-) low 'tjl..a id'h ,tij ii I. MVIlillilliMt
testimony against Prank J. Could In t,trcct 1)((1,0 stntlon, where there Is told her to do, no matter what It
the divorce suit brought against him u matron. might be."
by his wife. At S o'clock her bus- ' So prostrated was Mrs. Teal after Mrs. Teal Is then alleged to lmo
band succeeded In finding nn accept- the dramatic entrance of l'ollrcmnu said to Allss MncCausInn:
able bondsman for her nnd , she waa Rajeus unexpectedly hiuko up tho "You know that I sublet my apart
taken to her home. little party in her rooms In tho W)o- meat in thu (llcnmorc to Mlns Do
In worso plight Ih .Miss Julia Flem- inlng that she wus not thou plnced Voc. Now, Mrs. Gould Is suing her
Ing, a scnnistrcsa and companion cm- formally under nricsir though bleu- hiidhand for n divorce and ho has
plojed by Mrs. Teal, In so close nnd tenant l'eler Ileery of Ihc District been calling on Miss Do Voo at tlm
confidential a capacity that she had Attorney's detecllvo force, hold her Glcnmoio. Tho stronger tho ovldonco
scvoral tlaics accompanied (ho latter under strliJ surveillance during the Is ngalnst Mr. Gould the moro ali-
to Kiiropc. Miss Fleming nnd Henry night. Sho Is said to have fainted ir.ony Mrs. Guuld will get. You hao
S. Mausley, a private detective, had twice ami to have been hysterical been In my npiu Intent In tho Glen-
been uricslcd, in tho npartincnts of. much of Ihc time. laoro while I occupied that ni:irt-
Mrs. Teal In the Wyoming, Seventh In her deposition Miss MacCaiislan incut mid you know the arrangement
nvenuo and Fifty-fifth street, ns tho sets forth that sho llvej at !102 West of tho rooms."
result r n trap laid for tho alleged Flcvciith street. Is eighteen years old. At this point, Miss MacCaiislan
ronsphatciih by tho District Attor- and Is a milliner. The nflldavlt then swears she described tho rooms and
ney's ofllce, acting In hnimony with continues: Mrs. Teal exclaimed:
Miss Mabel I). MacCaiislan, who. It "That on or nbout July 10, 1S0S, "Thnt's right; jou'ro Just tho ono
la averred, was to have been used as deponent went to the apaitnient of we want."
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Misplaced steering gear causes a
collision nf flying machines und two
men hid Injured.
Senior committees nro nppolntccl by
President Hayes at University of Cal
William I). Bancroft of Oakland
given divorce decree from his wife.
Detective Hums gives details of at
tempted bribery by Sam Loako.
n n n n t: k k
There Is little doubt In tho niliiiH
of those who have followed these
conferences botween tho Treasury
and tho Government's i all road super
visory authority, that tho matter will
strongly Influence in favor of passing
railroad valuation .legislation next
winter. Senntor LaPollette Is going
to push It with tho greutest energy,
nndii numhor of tho younger West
ern Senators are prepared to back
htm. Now that tho big financial In
terests suddenly And their Interest
In tho new Currency Act Involved
with such n measure. It Is believed
tho opposition hcietofore shown to
such a move will In largo pait dis
appear. Tho President. has repeated
ly recommended such a measure, and
is expected In he moro vlgoious about
It than over, In his foithcomlug men-sage.
S rJC!ORFERCYSSAK& " II flf fn TvTiiAfAM ToD7oiP I jM ;1 FD
fori! he" cANrGEilip!lM fwTnmlTmnM SSMfSiot: s FourS
kis heap out! cHJ(a3'pn0w is he. goinciTo, get it out.'ie Wi!l?aH(;ARi.iN(; JuriHSRcoT-l
LCffT)ciSH.T. rJou fftnArEETlYfiiiiia mwwspm tone twt W ' '
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