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VOL. XI. NO. 4231.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1009. 10 PAGES.
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HONOLULU, OLD AND YOUNG,
WILL HONOR LINCOLN'S MEMORY
PROGRAM FOR OBSERVA NflE OF LINCOLN DAY
Military Parade Will
SCHOOL CIIILDBEN WILL
TAKE PROMINENT PAST
Governor to Review Passing Sol
diery From Stand in Park.
Evening Exercises at
(Iraml military parade, pallid-
pnloil In by Army, Murlnu Corps,
National Guard, Grand Army of
the H"'P ibllc. school cii-IvIh and
StartB at 9 a. in. Kliarp.
Twentieth U. S. Inrantry, com-
manded Iiy .Major Dunning
f U. S Marine Corps, covimund-
ed by .Major Long.
f National Guard of Hawaii, com-
iniiniletl by Col. Zlegler.
Fifth U. 8. Cavalry, command-
-f Hi by Major Foster.
(1. A. It. In conveyances.
KameUamelin School Cadets.
MIIU College cadets.
Ilonolnlii Fire Depurtmcut.
- LINE OF MARCH
I'arade will form on Hotel
- Htrect at Miller; match to Illch-
f ards Btrect, to lleretanla Htreet,
to Vineyard Btrect, tn Niinanii -f
t- Btrect, to Kins Btrect, to Fort
Htreet, to Hotel Btrect, to Illahop
-f Btrect, to King Btrect, nlong King
Btreet boiiIIi, to reviewing point,
TroopH will be massed In front,
-t- facing goro at KIiik and Merchant -f
f Btreet, during the ceremonies by
f the Bchool children and then will
-f Colors of organizations will bo
In front to take part In the oxer-
-f clses by the school children, Im-
mediately after parade.
-f I'alrlotlc exorcises by the chll- t
-f dren of the public schools In I'al-
4 aco Park by Oovemor's Bland.
-f Patriotic memorial services at
f the Opera House ut 8 o'clock In
With one accord tho leople of Ho
'nohilu will turn out tomorrow to do
honor to tho memory of Abraham Lin
coln, the martyr President. Never
have folk taken hold of anything with
greater unanimity than has character
hod thu attitude of residents of thlu
city In preparing to observe tho one
hundredth anniversary of tho birth of
him who, through circumstances forced
upon him tho lole of a great war 'II
lector, always pleached tho doctrtno
There is more to the cut of the Trousers than most men
imagine; in PARAGON trousers, there is a distinctiveness
that men know and like.
They are pre-shruiik, correctly tailored, and rightly
priced. Let us show you some of our fine Spring trousers.
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FIRST PICTURE OF LINCOLN MEMORIAL ERECTED ON SPOT WHERE MARTYR PRESIDENTWAS BOn..
IThc picture lepioduced heiewlth waf made from the Hist photograph ever taken of tho Abraham -Lincoln
memoilal elected on tho farm near llodgeiisvllle, Ky and on tho exact Bpot where Lincoln was horn. The
memorial was built entirely by popular subnet Iptlou through' the efforth of the Lincoln Parm Association,
of which (loveruor Joseph W. Polk of .Missouri Is president. The memorial structure covers the llttl'i
cabin wheio Lincoln llrsl saw the light of day on Peb. 11', 1800. On tho one hundieUth unnlversaiy of
elaborate ceremonies will bo hold on the furm. Theodore Iloosevelt will be the principal speaker of
Theie will bo a magiiluccnt mill
tiny pageant, tho Bitpcrlor of width
has never been seen on Honolulu's
Btreets, the school children, to the
number or "Mi, will lake part In the
memoilal excicUus, and, In tho oven-
ling, public M-rvlccri tn commemoration
of tho innu who dliccted tho dentlnles
of tho country through tho grcutcbt
irlsls of Its career will bo held.
To all icrpicstB for assistance In lis
silling tho success of the celebration,
there hns coino n ready response. Ilusy
men of utTalrs liuve laid usldo tlioli
business cares for tho time, and lmvo
given up ineir cnilro utlentlou to pro-
vldlng u Biiltablo celebration In honor
of Lincoln's memory.
Olllcers of the Army and Navy, tho
flovomor and his BtalT, tho Judiciary
members of tho bar, and other men of
ii null's lmvo Joined hands In the move
ment, and tomorrow Honolulu will ob
serve Lincoln Day with fervent zeal.
All of the binks of thu city will ro-
$5 a Year I
023 FORT STREET
main closed nil day long, nnd prob-
ably soma of tho mercantile house.
will close whllo the parade Is passing
Tho school children will turn their at-
iPiitlon toward tb work m ii ,i
thoughts of books and tasks will be
banished for tho time being.
Tho ceremonies of tho day will com
mencu at 8 o'clock In tho morning,
when the military parado begins mov- ""-''"g "'o ncuou or i;ongreBs
lnK depended whether or not tho courts
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. . Hut he had hurdly hung up the
PnnMrmnw VJnvv ucelvc when u messenger boy came
ritununuw WOKK wlt, t10 Bccon(1 cablegram, from
can be aided in no more effective way secretary Hurilcld. This, of course,
WTTteBB Waiy ft Crft ' f Uf ,H "":l''8lve. a'i means that Con
&hL,U.,U nneanoles. Brc8M ni0I,tcj tl0 resolution making
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
If You See It
make up your mind it is a boy from
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
RIGHT OF APPEAL
Sta tling Decision By
Supreme Court of
JURY OF LAYMEN TO PASS
ON QUESTION OF INSANITY
Will Probably Re Cause of Introduc
tion of Bill Providing For a
Lunacy Commission for
Johu Atcherley, found by the Dis
trict Magistrate to bo insane, may
appeal to u Jury In the Circuit Court
to determine whether or not the find
ing of the lower Judge are correct
perwm adjudged by tho District ,
Magistrate to be Insane Is hereafter
to have the right of appeal ami may
call upon twehc laymen who know
nothing whatever about Insanity, to
decide as to whether or not he Is
crazy In other words, an Insanlty
ni a tier Is construed to bo a civil uc
tlon This Is the startling derision hand
ed down this morning by the Supremn
Ccmt In the case of Dr John Atch
erley, a decision which promises to
upset the previous course of proced
ure In Insanity cases. In menus, In
effect that the decision of the Insan
ity expert as to whether u man Is a
lunatic or not Is subject to revision
by a body of men who know no more
about Insanity than they know about
law -and a laman Is supposed to
know nothing about the Intrlcucles
of the laws and statutes. It Is very
piobable that this decision will be
the cttuse of the Introduction into
the Legislature of a bill providing for
u l.unnsy Commission, such, ak oxlets
In most of the States, a body of men
who are alienists and are (U!llHled
by knowledge and experience to pass
upon the mental condition of a per
son accused of Insanity. Hawaii Is
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"No holiday Prlduy." Prank Pierce,
AHHlstanl .Secretary of tho Interior.
' "Prlduy legal holiday." Secretary
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T"c" wo, w"l" cablegrams
wo,e r"cU'1 l)y 0ovefor er
l,ajr T1,e ,lrbt " cnme Ju8t nt 12
o'clock, and Chief Clerk Lloyd Conk-
""K HmeHaU'ly telephoned the Chief
justice oi me supremo uourt anil
others, us uon the answer received
'" ,,le ''"Vernor's cable of Inquiry
tlie one hundredth anniversary of
, Lincoln's birthday u legul holiday in
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WASHINGTON, D .C, Feb, 11. President Rocscvelt left today for
Hodncnville, Kentucky. He will deliver the address tomorrow nt the
dedication of the Lincoln Memorial erected where Abraham Lincoln
SACRAMENTO. Calif., Feb. 11. The Senate today defeated the bill
fn ftiilimit Hia mipfttlmi nt Aftintin tmimpi-ntinn In nnnnlni- vnte. The Aa
wmbly passed the bill appropnatinj
Japanese residing in the State.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 11. The attempt to pass the Census
Bill over the veto of the President has been abandoned for the present.
TAFT AT NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS, La., Feb. 11. President-elect Taft was welcomed
by this city today. A civic and military parade was held in his honor.
HALF MILLION FOR MARINE HOSPITAL
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 11. An pnnropriation of half a million
dollars for the Marine Hospital at Sm Funcisco hns been favorably ic
ported to the Senate.
ROYAL C0LLE3E BURNED
MADRID, Spain, Feb. 11. The
COELHO BALKS AT
Throws Down Gauntlet
To Republican Central
Senator Coelho of Maul and Nu
garan Fernandez of thlu city met
yesterday and exchanged heated ar
gument over the endoisement of can
didates wlu are running for legisla
tive Jobs. Fernandez leijuested of
the Senator from Maul that appli
cants for such Jobs be considered as
itcommended by the Honolulu Cell
tin! Committee of thu Republican
party, but Coelho strenuously object-1
cd to this proposition.
He claimed that the Maul peoplo
were entirely Ignored by tho peoplo
hero In Honolulu when they, espe
cially A. J. Cumpbtll. the Territorial
Tieasurcr, went to work and appoin
ted J. Kuuewn, a Honolulu mini, as
Tnx Assessor of Maul. Coelho stated
that tho Maul applicants for leglsla-!
tlvu Jobs will be looked after by the
legislators from Maul, regardless of
tlie Honolulu legislators 01 the Re
On motion of tho defendant tho bill
of oxceptlons In tho case of II. I' nil
llngham vs. M. I-' Scott wns illscon
tinned in the Supreme Cnuit this morn
In the mutter of the Holt minors, the
guardian. Helen A. Cushlnglium was
discharged this morning as to Vnlen
tine 3.. Wattle B. nnd Amelia A Holt
who nuvo uituliied their mujoilty
"For the Outside Man, this wet
weather" we have just received a
new lot of shoes made especially to
our order of touch Willow Calf, with
n heavy double Viscolized sole.
For the man who needs protection
from the damp, our advice is:
"Get a pair and do away with Shoe
Worry, This Wet Season."
PRICE $5,00 md WORTH MORE.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST.
"The Place To Buy Shoes"
$10,000. to tnkc a census of the
Royal College of Esconal buincd
SOLDIERS ARE HELH
FOR GRAND JURY
Alleged Strong-Arm Men
The case of lliiddhii nnd West, two
l'oit Sbaftei toldlciH, charged with
lobbing .1. K Hodgers of SI 35 nt Kn
llhi on the night of i-Vb I'd, came
up before Judge Audiiide this morn
ing nt the Police. Court
All of the moinlng was taken up
wllh t)ie eusn, a large number of wit
nesses being .examined.
ItodgeiH could not Identify the
'wo defendants as the two men that
held him up.
When Kodgers, who lind been
drinking with a bunch of boldlcra nt
the Knllhl saloon, started to board
Ills cur to get back to town, he states
Hint two soldlois, In uniform, held
him li.u k and suggested that lie wait
for another car. itodgers would pot
agree to this, and at once one of tho
loldlcrs dragged him back, and
stiiick 111 tn 111 the face. Ho did not
leini'inber anything else till lie re
turned In the saloon and Bent u tele
phone message for a hack.
lie bad $13!i In Ills possession, all
In gold, besides a small amount of
Itodgeis stiMed that he bad got the
I nioiiev from the lliter-Itdaud C'otn-
paii) befoie he left for Kail, whero
be h.is been latch He still had tho
luetic when be ic-tuined to town on
the Mnuna l.oa
Itodgers who admitted that ho
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