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I the 'ceremony bo presented to the Min
later Secretary Jloot'n condolence and
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
WA81UNOTON. d C. Nov. 21. A
quaint ceremony In memory of the
dead Emperor nnd Dowager was held
In tho Chinese Legation thla nftor
noon from 3 to E o'clock.
.Minister Wu, hla stuff, and sonio
other Chlncso of Importance, all
wearing long black cloaks and heavy
black beaver lints, wero In tho umall
parlor of tho Legation to receive
thobe who called to offer condolence.
Tho crlmaon wnlla were draped in
Imperial blue, tho color of thn new
rolgn, and the altar In the reception
room was decorated with yellow and
white chrysanthemums. Tall tapers
among the blossoms Illuminated two
bannerets' of pale bluo sutln. one
bearing tho name of tho Emprery, the
other that nf the Emperor.
An usher upholnted to conduct vis
itors to the memorial altar patient
ly Instructed each newcomer how to
proceed, tho chief requirement being
a deep obeisance. Later each guest
greeted theMlnlstcr, and, bowlngol
cninly lown the line, retired, escort
ed by tho uaher. ,
i'ronv tho balcony above tho main
isoofitlorT hall tho' women rind the
children of s tho. Legation peeped coy
ly over 'thc'ualuBtradcs, bubn'o worn
an uplxiifcd ofllclitl.ly In tho BcrvlcC)
iior..werc,tlie.ladles,()f the diplomatic
or, (jfllclul .world Invited. '' v
Thn ltallMM Pmliaiu. I alanhnn Ail
The, Italian Embassy'
for'- litformatlnn oni.the-BiibJect ot
vtpmen nUcinJng'iHnd,wlien tho-Am-
l(ttiadoc ttnil l)Ustaffjr appeared iioj
wnianticconipunica mm. (
Uninvited, Feminine Callers ' l
AnionG"tho few women, who did
call, In .Ignorance of Chinese etl
nuette'.i wasllaroncss licnaelmuller.
wife of:tho AustrlanAmfjabsador. Bliq
waSiresilcHlent,ln u green Dlrectdire
gown.and a Charlotte Cor'dav; hut of
velvet trimmed In gilt braid and plnl;
rosebuds. She walked down (bo lltio
shaking halids and giving a word of
greeting to each member ot the re
Mrs. Newberry, wife of the Acting
becietary of the Navy, was nmong
the American women there. After
giaccftilly bowing before tho tablets
alio turned to Mr. Wu und presented
the proper apologies for the non-appearance
nf Mr. Ncwbcriy.
Tho I'iciii'Ii ArnhnMUdor nnd his
suite tiirhvd Hist uml lu enmmon
could not attend.
Late In the afternoon Admlml Dew
oj's uldo,Jn,,fuJl, unlfoim, appcnr6d
and nttcr-iicrformlrifj his obligations,
presented Mr. Wu with tho Admiral's
i egrets. . ,
Among callers were Vice President
Fairbanks, John V. Kostcr, Olfford
Pinchot, Becrethry of Interior Oar
Meld, the Minister from llollvin, ihe
Minister of Haytl, Jubtlro llrewcr,
Justice Hi own, and Mr. Do Amaral.
Th6 Ambassador from Japan was
among the late callers. Uaron Taka
hira, whote prcsonce created a visible
ripple of Interest among thn ushers,
first' presented tits regards Jo the Mln
lister, ceremoniously shirking hands
three times oefore turning to the al
tar, before which he bowed profound
ly several times. After standing for
o second motionless IlaronJTaknhlra
again turned to Mr. AVu nnd held a
Almost on the stroko of G, tho
President's aide. Col, llronnvell, n
full dress unlfoim, was ushered Into
the. reception room, flowing three,
times beforo the flower-decked altar.
Col, Ilromwell gave his name and de
livered the President's message ot
condolence, In addition to the Pres
ident's card, Col. Ilromwell brought
with hint tho 'cards of the. President's
secretary, Mr. I.o'eb, and Capt. Archi
bald Dutt, one of.-fho White llouso
aides." i- jV
V -vDIPL0MATI0 BOBBY
"Bobby," "jenlK-d' hU; mother, "did
you'glvo your baby.,brotlior a sllte.of
that riisjn pet',V"Yessum," answered
Ilobliyl- j'and', mam'ma.S after I had
glvent tx blpi Inbtd that he liad
tho- sliced with rf.ilVttie seeds iiT if."
VTou'carolwatboyNvar the ,Ioiist
conslderiitlom for 'yourTlttle brother,
I suppose,-"' "Oh, yes, niam;uu, I had
los ,of consideration," "Vou dd?"
"Yes, Indeed. When I saw, all those
seeds JTHifas afraid! they might give
him appendicitis, so' I 'ate ibis sMcc,
too.'V ., J '
'' ' ."
FIIA8HER At Parller. Frosno Coun-
ty,-- Cal.i Dec. 10,. 1908, Frank H.
Frasher, urother of Chas, II, Krasber
ot thjs city.
1 i s I
The)head maid of Queen Margher
Ita of Italy has been making $6000 a
year for some time past by selling
her mistress' old dresses, which is
one of her perquisites, aim holds n
Mlo twice o eai', nnd nmong her
beat ciistomors nie Americjiii women.
Letter Is,. Written To
Hawaiian Planters' .
Aa'arceult of tho oschansc of com
munications between tho Planters' An
fcoclatlon'and Japansc Association tor
Higher Wages, a conference will' prob
ably bo held In tho near future by thg
officers of the 'associations-to consider
tho wages of tho Jnpnncso laborers on
tho plantations According to tho
membcrs-of tha Jnpanoso association
tho'wages paid tho laborers at present
arc so Inadequate that it Is necessary
that something should ,be dono to :n.
courag.o'.lhc'laborcrs. iThat Is what
the agltato'rs'say. '
Fiod K. Makln'o, chairman ot tho ox
ecutlro committee of the, Japanese as
soclatlon stated yesterday that ho' had
received a largp number of Icttcia
from plantation' Japanese, exi-rcaslng
themselves In favor of 'the attitude tak
tn by the association. 86mi ot the
ltantatlon Japanese are already In
town,, prepared "to respond to any In
terrogations that they mabe required
to answer.' They'aro anxious to' know
the result bt the conference. Maklno
rnd Negoro, who arc handling this del
icate question are highly pleased with
tho receipt of a letter from W. O.
Pnillh ot tho "Planters' Association,
nnd hope that mutual boncflt will re
sult following tho conference"
Tho .following communication, to
gether wjlh.tho resolution, passed and
adopted by the Japanese association
wero sent to the Planters' Association.
Tho Planters' Association letter also
Honolulu, T, H., Dec. 17th, 1808.
Sir: Wq have tho honor to'addfcs.:
you this: letter and t orrspoctfully re-
nucst that you will kindly confer will)
us In relation to tho wages question (if
the Ja'panesq laborer's tn the planta
tions, and that you will, for that pur
pose, appoint tho time and tho ploco
ot Ihe desired conference,
We have the honor to be, sir,
Very respectfully your,-. "
Chairman, Executive Committee.
Secretary, of the Higher Wagos Asso
ciation. To Hon. W- p. Smith.
Secretary Planters Association,
Honolulu T. H. ,'
P. 8.We beg to liand you a copy of
Ibe resolution passed liyour. executho
Whereas, the Interest ot Japanese
laborers ,and that of ibo planters aro
Identical arid the prosperity ot ono lit
the prosperity of tho other, therefore
be Is resohed by. the Executho Com
mitteo ot the Higher Wages Associa
tion that ihe sugar Interest bt Hawaii
demands that the present duty on for
eign sugar be maintained;
That the tariff should not only not
be reduced, but that It should bo
That tho free admission of I ho Phil
ippine sugar Is detrimental to the sug-'
ar Interest of Hawaii;'
That tho further reduction of tariff
on the Cuban sugar 'Is detrimental to
tho healthy deelopmont of Hawaii an
the traditional American line of ch li
gation; and t
The Executive Committee furthor
osolved that Congress In session now
provide as adequate protection for oth
er Hawaiian Industries, such as fl'al,
pineapple, tobacco, ; und coffee In
dustries of Hawaii. -
Honolulu, T. H December 18, 1903.
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Honolulu,. T. H Dec. 2st, 1908.
Mr. Fred K. Maklnb, P. O. Dox 719,
Sir. Tho communication dated De
temlier 19th and signed by yourself, as
i-hatrman, and.M. Negoro, keeffitajy "f
the Higher Wages Association, camo
to hand this day ,
The communication will In due
course bo submitted to tho Trustees
of the Hawaiian Sugar, Planters' Asso
ciation. Yours truly,
fSlgncd) W. O. SMITH,
Secretary II. 8. P. A,
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Tho legal fight to remove Harry
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