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EVENING nULLETIN, IIONOUOLt;. T. II.. MONDAY. JAN. 18..1903.
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NOT Builders Glass
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" - ti ir.MATIVncUHIUWrMITNWW
Dramatic Scene In Court
When Labor Mn
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HONOLULU, Jan.18, 1909
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"WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 23.
in the court contempt proceedings,
.leaned by tho National Association
of Manufacturers, Samuel Gompcrg,
president, John Mitchell, vlco presi
dent, nnd I 'rank Morrison, secretary
of tho Amprlcnn Federation of Labor,
were sentenced today to Jail terms
liy Justice Daniel Tliow Wright. Fcd
crnl .ludgo In the District of Colum
bia. All the defendants were In court
when sentence was pronounced, nnd
nntlro of nn appeal to the Dlstrlcl of
Columbia Appellate Court was filed,
CloinporH being released on $11000
liond, Mitchell on J 1000, nnd Morri
son on 1.1000.
Tho wlfo nnd dnhghtcr of (Jumper
heard tho sentence and wcro visibly
With tears coursing down his
checks (Jumpers heard the order
which condemned him to prison for
I lot li Mitchell nnd Morrison seem
ed stunned, nlthoiiRh Mitchell a ri
pen red the loastconcorncd. Asked
If ho had anything to say why sen
tence should not be passed, Gompers
declared that he had not consciously
violated nny law. There was much
he would like to say, but ho would
not do It at that time. Ho added,
however, "that this Is n strugglo of
tho working people, for tho right. It
Is n struggle of tho ngo n struggle
of the men of labor to throw off some
of tho bunions which have been heap
ed on them; to abolish soma of tho
wrongs nnd to scruro somo of tho
lights too long denied." ,
Say They Indorse Gompers
.Miicncii anil Morrison tohl tlm
court today they Indorsed what Gom
pers had said.
Tho alleged contempt wnu against
nn order of Justice. Gould, nn asso
ciate on tho Supremo bench of tho
District Court, grnntlng n temporary
Injunction against tho publication
liy tho labor organization of the
Duck Stove, & Ilango Company of St.
Louis In tho "Wo don't pntronlzo"
list In the "American Fedcrntlonlst,"
tho labor paper.
Gompers edits tho paper, Mitchell
Is vice president of tho American
Federation of Labor, which supports
tho publication, and Morrison Is Its
Under tho sentence, rendered by
Justice Wright, Gompers Is to spend
twelvo months in Jail, Mitchell nine
months, nnd Morrison six months.
Tho appeal entered carries tho case,
to tho District Court of Appeals, nnd
from the decisions of this court ap
peals nre made, to the Supremo Court
of the United States. Ilcforo Gom
pers and his associates go to Jail tho
Supreme Court will pass on what
constitutes contempt of court when
published In bona fldo newspapers.
"Law or the Rabble"
Justlco Wright went outsldo his
caso to condemn tho spirit of objec
tion to court rulings which Is preva
lent. "It Is necessary to choose, between
tho supremacy of law over tho rab
ble, or Its pi ost ration under the feet
of tho disordered throng," he Bald.
Presldont nooftovolt has been ap
pealed to by tho miners' association,
of which Mitchell was tho honored
head, to avert the blow on Mitchell.
Only last spring Mitchell wus the big
labor man at tho great gatherings of
Governors und scientists called by
tho President to consider national
conservatism. Had Mitchell not fol
lowed Gompers Into tho Itryan enmp
and against Tuft in tho rccont fight,
II Is said here, he could have, hnd the
best thut President Hoosovclt nnd
President-elect Tnft could havo glv
en him. Mitchell Is n Republican
under normal conditions.
Tho President Is considering wlint
step ho can take. Ho bollovcs
.Vltehell guilty by construction, It Is
suld. Gompers Issued the offending
publication. Mitchell did not know
Its contonts. Hack of It all Is tho un
willingness of tho President that la
bur ovor tho country should be per
mlttod to think Gompers nnd-'Mltch
ell martyrs nnd persecuted by Fcder
al authorities for an unfortunate po
llticnl stand. This would bo a great
er burden thanis desired to unload
upon Mr. Taft, whoso hopo is to cut
labor organizations freo from politi
Court Is Severe
Justlco Wright's arraignment of
tho labor loaders and others who crlt
Iclso the decision of Federal courts
was sovero In the extreme. Among
other things he said:
"There Is a studied, determined, do
flaiit conlllct precipitated In the light
of open day between tho decrees of
a tribunal ordained by the Govern
ment nnd of the tribunal of another
federation grown up In the land,
"One or tho other must succumb,
for those who would unlaw the land
in o puhllr enemies,
"Vet, e-vi'i-ywhero nil over, within
the court mid out, uttor, rampant,
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Hntttilfoii Sof r Plant.
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Olnwilu Co..... ......
raia nimationui ....
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Wtruku Sugar Co ....
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Ualirrn Sugar Mill Co
Intel-Hard Slum N Co
Hawaiian RinMlIc Co..
lion Rl Ik 1. Co Com
Muual Telephone Co
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Vuliikll Hunter C.AM.
HlloR R CO.
Hawaiian PlneapH Co.
HawTrr 4 ic.t
Haw Ter i- pel....
HawCovl i nc........
nRni iiurn i-o..
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Haw Surir CAn i.c...
HlloR RCo 0n , ic
Honikaa Jut ar Co 6pc
Hon R T ft LCa c
Kahuku P am frl PC
MrRryrltR Co'a M.
Oahu R ft t. Co a c .
Vaian .'.in, t.n n I'd
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Pala PUtilttlnu Co ....
Pl-lnfcr MIIICo TP .
Sales Ilctwecn Hoards. Ji Haw, 0.
& S. Co.. M02f $10,000 O. II. & L. fis.
$101.75: IJflOO Pioneer . 105; 25,'Wa.
nlua. $8((; ,110 Kwa. $;7.2? SO tKwa,
Hl.iT,; !i Kwa, $27 IS Hpsslon: 40
Haw. Hug. Co. $35, 10 Pnnuhau, $21;
Latest sugar quotation 3.71 cents or
$74.20 pe ton.
NE of the advantages of a line of
fine clothes such as ours is the
variety of styles you find to
select yours from ,
Hart Schaffner & Marx
show a greater variety okpatterns and
fabrics than any other. two or three
clothes-making concerns in the coun
try; and we have a chance to select
our goods from their great line.
That means that nobody else has anything like thera; nnd it
means that you have your pick from the best stock of clothei made.
Overcoats of nil kinds nnd stylos; suits
of many fabrics, $18 to $50. Full dreas ,
and Tuxedo a specially. :: :; ; ::
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. 'T
ELKS' BLDO., KINO ST. near FORT.
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U Copn'jkt 190I 1 Hut SctuiTacr k hUtx
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Members Honolulu StocK and Bond
" Exchange. -
FORT AND MERCHANT STft. '
. TELEPHONE 730.
Insolent defiance ls,leralded'andpro
c.lalmcil t unrefined Insult, coarse af
front, vulgar Indignity measures tho
litigant1' 'conceptions of the 'tribu
nal's due .wherein his causa still
"Aro decrees of'courts to look for
their execution to' tho-suprcmacy of
law, or tumble In the wako of unsuc
cessful suitors who overset them and
lay about the matter with their own
hands, In turbulence proportioned to
tho frensy of their disappointment?
"Whatever In writing, print, or
speech violates a legal right of an
other Is unlawful, whether In Itself
alone It accomplishes that result or
whether It be but one Instrument In
n concert tuned to that end.
"Who can' bo persuaded that the
penalizing of falso and malicious li
bels upon tho Integrity of honorablo
men or'slandcrs upon -the veracity of
chasto women, Is nn outrage upon tho
constitutional rights of tna vllllfled?
" 'Illglit' to milillsh either the li
bel or tho slander cannot bo sustain
ed excopt 011 tho theory of n'rlght'
to do 'wrong-.'
"Leaders Swollen by Power"
"I bellevo that the habit of tho
land saturates tho .people with n
readiness to abldo by authority, ns
I believe that this very readiness to
yield to authority has under them
before now, through tho errors of
misguiding leaders, swollen by pigmy
Gompers, made reply to tho .Court
for himself nnd his associates when
asked whan sentence should not bo
passed. JJItcliell was present and so
was Morrlpon, Hut each turned their
eyes on Gnriipers. Tho court was
crowded. There was a dramatic
pause when Justlco Wright announc
ed thnt ha whs ready to, jiass sen
tence. Alt ejen turned on Gompers,
who hnd said he was ready to abldo
by the decision of tho Court.
Appeals of Secretary Ryan of tho
Western Miners nnd President Walk'
or of tho United Mine Workers, ask
ing tho President to use his Influ
ence to prevent the Incarceration of
tho threo labor leaders, wcro rccclv'
cd today at the White House soon
after tho news went out that they
had been sentenced to Jail terms. It
was stated officially that "no- roply
would be made by the President for
the present," Tho Presldont will
glvo early attention to the case,
however. It was stated that ho
would read the decision and then de
cide what to do.
No Comment From Van Cleave
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Dec, 23. J. W.
Van Cleave, president of the Duck
Htnvo & Hnngn Company, when told'
today of tho Court's 'sentencing of
LOCAL ' AND ItNtt AL
J- Christmas brought into molt
homes a lot of new tblncs that will
displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e t i n
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
'Sll H ""AHinS'H'cI "062 aoJJ
commercial It.ittngs. Merc. Ilcfcr-
enco Agcy., 39 Young Hldg. Phone
Intcr-lsnnd and O. It. & L. shipping
tooks for salo at tho II ill 1 0 tin
office, M each.
Thomas F. Scdgewlck, who recently
returned from Porn, says, that Hawaii
has changed for tho better.
Go to "Ths Royal Annex."
Itlie In tho swpii Simicn.iKcr driven
by the expert chalfeur, M. T. Lutt.
Phone 191. Itoyal Hawaiian Garage.
Members of tho Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay their dues to
the flnnnchl secretary at livening
Uulletln nny day between 12 nnd 1.
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
A well-dressed 'Japanese was arrest
ed shortly after (ho Chly'o Mnru
docke'd tho otlicr day. He was loaded
'down. with Indecent picture's. The Jap"
nncsp' ottered tho' customs officer $2 to
be allowed to pass, but ho was takCn
Into custody and brought beforo U. 8.
.Commissioner Kingsbury, whobound
him over to tho 11 rami jury.
Sam Knluahlne, a winchman nt tho
Oceanic dock, whllo attending tho
funeral of William Itlngcr yesterday
afternoon, was taken suddenly III, and
shortly after leaving tho funeral pro'
cession. expired In a Japanese. Ice
cream parlor. An Inquest held over
the body last evening nt tho pollco sta
tion gavo n verdict of death duo to
Dr. Anient, tho famous missionary.
who was In IVkliv; st tho time of tho
Iloxer troubles, and who was nrrusetl
of looting, but vindicated from lliu
charge after on Investigation In New
York, dlei nt tho I.ann Hospital, San
Francisco, on January 8, Ho passed
through Honolulu a few weeks ago on
tho steamer Nippon Mam, and whllo
tho vobboI was In port, ho was report
ed to bo very low. Jlo was being bur
rled from China to tho mainland for
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They are specially adapted, to stores nnd show windows
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As a Beveraae
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fresh, sparkles like diamonds, and is properly flavored. Let
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. UNROOFED BY KONA
(Bpoclal to tho II ul lot In)
Hanalel, Kauai, Jan, IS. Sunday
and Monday, Hanalel wa visited by a
btrong kona, which played havoc with
many trees In tho valley and tho homes
of a few natives, nlso to tho Govern
ment school, that was completely un
roofed. Saveral of tho pieces of cor
rugated Iron wuro found from 200 to
300 foct nway from tho school. On
hearing of tho plight of tho school the
Chlneso residents of Hanalel catmi
boldly" to tho front by offering their
social hall to tho use of the school
cnuoron until mo root ot mo iioiiso Is
put on. Tho school still goes on In
spite of all konas.
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NOVELTY AT THE
, OPERA HOUSE
Next Saturday night tho Cumern
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Opera House. This will ho tho first
appearance of the Caoicraphono In
Honolulu nnd no doubt but what It
will bo greeted by n full houso. Tho
Cameraphona Is tho picture machtno
that talks and sings mid tho program
will be made up of quartets, operatic
numbers, comedy sketches, minstrel
stunts, etc. Seats uro on salo at tho
Ilergstrom Music Co., 15c, 25c, 35c,
the American Federation of Labor
"The clrcumstanres are such that
I don't think It would lio wine In of
fer any comment."
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