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"CALL" OF SENATE
Chief Executive Explains Provision
Of Orjinic Act Amendments
Before Upper Chamber Sitting
As Committee Of Whole Pre
I'reiedciit win i.nmhod l bi(H
(lihi morning when, nt tlio request of
llin Semite, t lit) (itivornor uipcarot
before Hint body, sitting iik u Coni
liiltlco of tlio Whole, unit explained,
the provisions or his lilll to niiiciul
tho Organic Act.
Though Sonntnr MiC.irthy'n orlnl
liitl motion provided tlint tho (lovorn
nr should lio "called" heforo tho Com
mittee of tliu Whole, tho "cull" was
ninth! In tho foiiu of an Invitation,
mill shoitly after tho t lino that tho
tension wub enllul to order, flovornor
Kio.ir, iii-(oniuiiilcil hy his prlvuto
MM-ut.iry, appeared In tho Senate
thaiiibor and W(tK (inducted to u sent
on tho speaker's iihitfoiiu.
When McCarthy's motion was pasi
cd there wiih consldcrnble speculation
mi to how tlm (Jovernor would tnl.u
It. Iln ovldontly thought thnt, con
sidering tho" form of tho Invitation,
tlicip would ho mi Micrlllio of dig
nity so ho did not ralto tho question
or tho Hunnto'H nuthorlty.
TIhi presence of the Governor was
.desired because of tho present o lie
foio tho Bcnnlo of u Huiiko rsolutlon
luniliimlug tho hill amending tho
OrR'iulc Art. ns ilclrliiiciitnl to tlio
best liitcicstH of the Territory, mid
vesting itiliitrnty powers In tho Tor
lltory's Chief Kxccutlvo.
The ciitlro inornliiK session of tlio
Rennto was dovoted tu a discussion
of tho proposed Act mucntlliiR tho
OrRanlo Art. After tho leading of
tho liiluutes of tho preceding day's
session, n messenger was sent to wait
on tho Coventor and llnd out his
plt'.isuro it-Rinding tho explaining of
tlio hill heforo the Somite.
Kahlua in Chair
I'l evident W. 0. Smith, anxious to
tnko pint In tho discussion, hniided
tlm Chair over to Vlco President
Kiil.imn. who ncted us presiding iilfl
rer thioughuut tho session.
It w.is hiiggc3tcd that thn rcvilti
Hon loudcmulnR the piopmcd iiineiid
mcnln to tlm Organic Alt, bo read liy
the Clerk, Intiodiielory to the gencr
S.ivIiIro started to rend tho reso
lution, hut his Milco Ravo out, hi (J.
II. Mcllrldo, tho Oovornor's private
societal y, wan culled upon to Mulsh
leading tho docuiucut.
A mnn wants n shirt of the best-wearing quality; it is
not difficult to And one that will look well till it is laun
dered a few limes.
Star. Wilson Bros., and
nrc knpwn to lie the finest in quality of any shirt made. As
to their appearance, you may safely judge of that yourself.
Come in and see them; you'll want to get some, if you do.
Tho db.ciislon follows:
W. O. Smith "Though the pro
poied amendments to tho Oir.iiiIo Ait
relative to tho Innd laws aro chiefly
In question, there arc ninny other
important chances In tho law, mi 1
move that wo tnl.o up tho hill now
pending heforo Cmigrcs-i Item liy
Item, that wo may uuk tho (lovcrnor
such quc-ftlons ns wo may sco lit."
Coclho ohjettcd to tho considera
tion of tho hill, as tho conference
was i-nlled to uin'slder the resolution
mid not the hill.
McCarthy helloved that the wholo
thing should he Rono Into, mid moved
thnt tliu resolution ho lahled until
tlio hill hud hccii cimsldercd.
Kalama ruled Coclho out of order.
(ii'vcrin.:- Kic.ir "In tho prepara
tion of fill Act nu attempt was made
to mi-l the nicda and .wishes of tho
'people- of Hawaii, I will huvo tu
plead guilty to IicIiir thn prlnclp.il
lit not tho only draughtsman of tho
I "This hill certainly cannot pass nt
, this session of CoiiRrcss, so theio will
ho nmplo time fur all who opposo tho
'Act to enlor their protests.
I Changes in Bill
"I will hay that since tho hill was
Idiawn thero hnvo heen eoiuo changes
I lundo In it.
I "Congress passed mi Organic Act
for this Territory and thero Is a ques
tion us to whether Congress Intended
that other laws applvlug to Territor
ies should apply to Hawaii or not. I
mil iiudnr thn Impression Hint these
provisions were not Intended to apply.
to Hawaii, hut wo i annul tell what
tho courts will hold. Tho llrst pro
vision lu the Act Is to bcttlo this
"You will not') that thero la a pro-
Mini whlt.li uijh Hint no Tenllory
inn Incur a hondeil Indebtedness lu
excess of one per cent, of nsscssod
valuation. If that applies to Hawaii,
then (wo-thlidu of our Territorial
dehl Is void.
"Then thero Is a section which, If
It applies to Hawaii, would render II
legal our lax on horses, nutomohllcs,
clc., hcuiiibo It provides that theio
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY,
UBSIDY LOST AGAIN
ENABLING ACT TQ
PAY ROAD DEPT.
Kaleiopu Introduces Bill
Cloventh Day Morning Session.
An enahlhiR act. providing for tho
payment of tho employees ot tho Itond
Dupnitment who, according to tho SU
promo Court decision of jcsterilny,
liavo heen vinrhliiK two nuinlhs for
nothing, will ho Intiodiiced liy Kalel
opil, notice of Intention being given
this morning. Tho hill will give them
their pay from .Hiiunry 1 to I'ehruniy
28, lOOil. This Is probably only n foro-
runner of a determined attack to ho
niacin in tho .Municipal Act mid on tho
present head of tho government of Ho
A petition slRiied hy sixty lepers or
tho leper settlement was presented hy
Like, askliiR that a law ho passed
that tho Roods furnished hy the Hoard
of Health for tho Aloloknl sloro lie
sold at cost to Icpor. calllnR for any
articles to ho drawn on their store
orders Issued hy tho Suporltiendont of
the settlement. Tho petition was io
ferred to tliu Health nn'd Police Com
mittee. Another Ktlllon from the lupcrs
nlsO'prctwiUoil hy' Llkori'sks UuPl-OR
Islntiiro to aiijtut their food supply
nthur than pnl as to varloty, qiuintltr
and amount (or Its equivalent in cash
value) each leper to iccclvo mimclent
to llvo on for a week, Tho 70 cents
a week allowed now, If turned Into
ituvthlnK other than )ol, Is Insufficient
for any perr-on to llvo on for a week.
Health Committee Report!.
Tho Health and l'nllro Committee
uqiorted favorably mi 1 Ichiro Dill C5,
Intiodiiced hy Kaleiopu, to repeal sec
tion 1018 of thu Revived Laws relal-
Ihk to vaccination. The roiumltleo ex
pressed tho belief that tho present law
Is too Roncml.
I IlCRardliiR MnanauH's llcmso Hill G.,
piovldhiR for Indeteriulnate sentences
for certain felonies, tlio Health anil
Pc)llcc Cciiiimlltep foil that this was
t matter fur 'I lie Judiciary Conimlttco
and recommended that thu hill ho ro
fen oil to that conimltteo. Tho report
Tho Health and l'ollco Commit too
albo repotted on limine Hill ft", Intio-
cl faced hy Kaleiopu, amendliiR tho
laws relating to prlrouers on public
works. Tho conimltteo lecnmmendcd
tho passiiRo of thu hill, ns It would
niiiko tho prison solf-HiipportliiR in
ni'iny ways and n sourco of Bitpply for
other Rovernment Institutions. ,
Huddv'H hill, No, V,i further to
amollnrnto tho conditions dun to lop
rosy, did not meet with tho approval
of tho committee, twhlch helloved tho
present Inw dealing with ho examina
tion of suspects sufficient, tho fow
amendments Hint rould advantageous
ly ho mndo not heliiR covered hy tho
hill. On rc'cnminendntlnn of tho roni-
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OFFICES FOR RENT
We have somo fine, large
offices to rent in the Boston
Building. You may liavc a
single room, or rent a very
conveniently arranged suite.
Electric lights, janitor, and
elevator services furnished
These rooms are in the lest
of the business district. You
cannot afford to be in a poor
For particulars apply to
Real Estate Department.
It Is thn belief of tho County Attor
ney's tmcn that lit tonight's meeting
of the lloird of Supervisors, an offott
may hi miulu to nrrlvo nt a coinpro
iuIkc and fix up the cltj and county
appointments over which the dispute
has heen worciI helncen tho Mayor
nud the Hoard.
The decision of, thu Hiipremo Court
cuts nut n largo nniuher or rond cm
plojees who lintc heen actually lit
work, and soino compromise may he
arrived at that will better Ihclr condi
tion a 111110
Judge Ilobliibon Is to observe
Inauguration Day hy unveiling
a picture of William II. Taft at
his homo. Ills audlcnco will be
his family. Tho picture will bo
draped with tho American Klas
4- and unveiled In tho morning.
This private plan of JuiIro
( Robinson has caused tho siirrcs-
tlon to ho mnilo tlirmigh tho
II ti I I n 1 1 n that tho KcrIsIb-
tare of tho Torrltory mako miiiio
special recoRiiltlon of InniiRiira-
Hon U.iy at tho opening of tho
day's work on Tlmrsdny. Tho
r.eglslntiire will start business
nt about the hour Jlr. Taft Is
delivering bis Inaugural ad-
dress, and speeches or somu
brief recognition of 'tho event
would ho most approprlnto nnd
tnko very little time. "
It Is also suggested (lint thn
public schools should make an
effort to tench lesbons In patrl-
otlsm In connection with tho In-
Tho Promotion Conimltteo has
taken up tho Iden In Its relation
to tho public schools of tho city
and authorized riiotographor
I'erklns to supply a photograph
! of President Taft to all tho pub-
lie schools, so that each will
have tho main themo for an up-
proprlnto Inauguration Day ex-
NEXT FRUIT BOAT TO COAST.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
... 185 KING ST.
In the Merchant, and Mis
MARCH 2, 1009. 10 PAGES.
HE IS DRUG USER
Says He Takes Docaine
To Be Useful A
"I know thnt cocnlno Is Injurious
to inn and that It will probably short
en my life several )ears. Hut I tnko
It because I think It Is better tu lake
It and ho useful for n tow years than
not to tnko It and live ten yearn lon
ger and not be of nny use."
This Is the wny Dr. Atchcrlcy ex
cuses his use of tho drugs which have
probably been tho chief cause ot put
ting Mm on his defense on the clinrgo
of Insanity for which ho is now be
ing tried tu Judge Lindsay's court.
The Doctor took tho ntnnd In Ills
own behalf this morning. Under thn
I questioning of Attorney Mngoon, ho
admitted that ho Is a drug-user and
that he Is addicted to tho habit of
taking opium nnd cocaine. He de
nied that he had tnken morphine re
cently, saying ho had not used this
drug since l'.'Ol. Opium, ho said, Is
,vei'y injurious to voting people, nud
I ho called It tho cuiso of China. Hut
In his own enso and In the cases of
other people over 40 years of age ho
did not believe the effects to bo dele
terious. 1 Thn offoctH of cocaine. Dr.. Atchct-.
(ley raid, aro very lind but he claim
ed that he takes only tho ofllclal-dosn
as prescribed by the United Slates
pharmacopoca, Asked why he took
It, ho replied that he did so on ac
count of tho persecution he has un
dergone and tho trouble ho has had.
Ho denied that opium ever causes
paranoia. Magoon asked him If thero
was nny possibility ot his Idea ot per
secution being a delusion. "Tho res
olutions passed by the Hoard of
Health aro not illusions," replied
Tho Jury appears to bn extremely
bored by tho pin-oedlngB, Judging
from their weary and sleepy look, and
they will probably bo glad to Ret
through with tho case. It will prob
ably ho placed In their hands some
time this afternoon.
REVENUE MEN SMASH
STILL; STILLER ESCAPES
After lying out In tho rain and wet
grass nil of Sunday night in tho hope
of catching n moonshiner and catch
ing nothing but a chill and a fow thou
sand mosquito bites. Internal Itovcnuo
Collector Walter Drako and his dep
uties, Ilalph Johnstone nnd Walter
Doylo, raided an okolchno still and
smashed It up and destroyed tho mash.
Tho Illicit stiller failed to show up
nnd has escaped for tho time being.
If every property-owner and occu
pier will see to pleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
front of his premises, the city will
look as though it had its face wash
ed, and the cost will be little or noth
ing. Let's try it.
IT GENERALLY HAPPENS
that when a messenger is wanted it
is for a hurried purpose. Our boys
are in training at all times, ready for
a Marathon, if needed. If your mes
sages are important, consult
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
Ads in the Bulletin
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 2. The oc:an mail steamship subsidy
was defeated in the Honse of Representatives today by the close vote of
172 to 175.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 2. The request of Admiral Sncrry to
be relieved of the command of the Atlantic Fleet has been granted. Ad
miral Seaton Schroeder will be appointed to the position vacated by
Sperry. Admiral Barry is named to command the Fourth Division, Ad
miral Potter going to the Third Division.
Captain Hutchins of the battleship Kcnrsargc will be retired on
account of Ill-health.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 2. The sentence of Lieut. Evnns, con
victed by court-martial of conduct unbecoming an officer, has been re
duced to lass of fifty numbers and a a reprimand.
GRAFTER COFFEY SENTENCED
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. March
convicted of accepting biilcs, was
AGREE ON RIVERS AND HARBORS
WASHINGTON, D. C March 2. The Conference Committee has
reached an agreement on the Riven and Harbors Appropriation Bill.
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TRIAL OF CALHOUN
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March 2. The eleventh juror for the trial
of Patrick Calhoun was secured today.
BURIED IN AVALANCHE
INNISBRUCK. March 2. Six Austrian officers and twentv-five sol-
diers were buried today in an avalanche.
Nothing Doing With
Langford Says Johnson
WORLD'S CHAMPION TELLS BULLETIN MAN OF HIS PLANS
FOR THE FUTURE SAYS THERE WOULD BE NO M0N
EY IN MILL WITH HEAVYWEIGHT
BY V. L.
"Well, It's this way," remarked Jack
Johnson, world's champion, this morn
ing, "Lnngford is no uso to ine, ho Is
not in my class, still If thor. Is n'iy
money In sight for mo, I'll tnl;o him
on. I'm now on my way homo to sco
my folkB and then will go to Loudon
to show In vaudeville. Yes, I know,"
this In answer to a pointed qucidloi
with regard to tho supposed inatrli
with Langford "I'm supio?oil to nght
Langford, but would such a slim,
draw? I reckon not. and I think I
know something- about tho light busl
In nnswer to a question ns to whetn
or ho thoiiRht Jim Jeffries would over
fight nRaln, Johnson remarked "Wei!
This shoe is unusually well
adapted to wet weather.
Made of a fine velour calf,
which sheds the water and at
the same time takes a high
What we say is so, is so.
PROSPERITY is now a personal
question. The people are now iniHo-.
nolulu who buy goods and lots of
them. The alive-merchant advertises
in the B U L L T I N and wins his
sha re of trade; the afraid-merchant
doesn't And loses I
PRICE 5 CENTS.
2. Ex-Sunervisor CoITcv. who was
toiay sentenced to seven years in San .
say, It lookb this way to me. Jeffrloi
ran mako Rood money without enter
ing tho ring UK'iln, and why should ho
tnko to hard training. No, I don't
think Jeffries will ever fight again."
.Mrs. Jack then took a hnnd the In
terview was spread over a Iiiiro area,
from tho drill to tho Aquarium, touch
ing nt socral points en rnutn "Oh,
iltarlo," she remarked, "what a funny
nh that It, It Is a boy llsh, nnd winked
"Thai's nil rlRht glrlle, n lady fish
Just threw mo a kiss," nnswered tho
champ, Tliu writer remarked to thn
world beater that It vrus a good Job
tho offender was a fish, or clsu theru
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The Kash Co., Ltd,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
023 FORT STREET
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