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Japanese iimlo nnd female help sup
plied promptly for any woik. 112S
Union St.; Phone 579. 4239-lm
Dr. Schurraann. Hours 8-9 n. a.',
4-G p. in. 224 Kmnin Square.
Thorp Is n stench dc
nniliil Tor building IdIh In
tills neighborhood. It you
Intend to buv, nave mon
ey Its doing so now.
Price him not been nil
vnnred, and lata are rea
dy far building.
Wo have fur (ale n 2
hcdioom hmiio In Col
lege lllll. that linK never
In imi m copied. Will sell
ill urliinl cost. Tills l
v. in III looking Into.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
HO. 92-1 BETHEL STREET
iNNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12GC Fort St.
Mr. and Mrs.
ING, and other
I4 KING ST..
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAKU ICE AiND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone S28.
Delivered to residences
nnd offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. 0. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF AIL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Pbiilips &Co.
,Wholetalo Importers and Jobbers
L AMS.RICAN CRY GOODS.
FORT and CUt EX ST3.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved nnd Mcdern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity; and de
icription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed nt shortest notice.
AND uniKlt PIANOS.
THAYEn PIANO CO.
M US HOTEL STREET. U
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the, Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 12C0 Alap.il St. Telephone
Yee Sing KeePlumbcr end Tinsmith.
Smith St., liet. Hotel and I'auahl.
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
In TAN, RUSSET, and
BLACK, handsomely designed
LADIES' GOLD PENS
with PEARL HANDLES
Oat & Mossman,
7C Merchant St., nenr P. 0.
'or Wnlanae, Walnlua, Knhukii and
Wuy Stations 9:ir. a. in., 3:20 p. ra.
For Pearl City, Ewn Mill and Way
-tatlons 17:30 a. a., '9:15 a. m.,
11:05 a. ra., '2:15 p. in.. 320 p. in.,
6:15 p. in.. $9:30 p. m., tll:00 p. m.
For Wnhlawn 9:15 a. m. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
WnlMua and Wnlnnao 8:3G a. m.,
..5:31 p. m.
Arrivo in Honolulu from Ewi Mill
and Pearl City 17:40 a. m.. '8:30
a. in., 10:3S a. m., M:4Q p. m., '4:31
p m 5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. ra.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 a. in. and 5:31 p. xn.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
Tho Hnlolwn Limited n twn-hnur
train -(only Urn-duns tickets hoc-
oreil). leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8.22 n ra ; returning, arrives In
Honolulu nt Hi: 10 p in. The Limited
stops only at Pcirl City and Walana
(1 V DKN'JRON. R C. SMITH.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
es 4 it. to 10 ft., for bnck setting.
Range closets and scats suitable for
use 'in schools or plantations, Sheet
Metal Work and Plumbing.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. ' 145 KING ST.
Alwavs on Hand, Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
am Wo nt Go,,
King Street Mtrket. Tel. 288
YOUNO TIM. Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil coa
litions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilcij Tel. 130.
Sherman, Hepburn, Bur
ton and Other Stand
Bys Drop Out
Washington, I). C, Mnr. n. "Younn
Mood never had such n chance to
demonstrate Its worth as In the com
ing house of ropiesentatlves," said onu
of tho loaders of tho liouso todu). A
survey of tho situation which now run
fniiilH Hpenker Cannon nnd his lieu
tenants In tho house organization tnti
not help hot Impress tho most casual
observer Hint Ihu lower house of co.i
mens has suffered some great losses
and Hint new blood la going to play u
prominent paft In future legislation.
If It cares to nsscrt Itself.
There Ih no gilnun) Ing tho fact that
Speaker Cannon Ih worried by tho los-t
from the liouso organization of hiicIi
cogs as J limes S, Sherman, now vice
president; James E, Watson of India
na, former "whip" on' tho lepubltcari
Mile; Theodore E. Iliirton of Ohio;
Jesso Ovorstreet of Indiana: Cliarle-t
II. Lnndls of Indiana; J.-J. Jenkins of
Wisconsin; W. P. Hepburn of Iowa
nnd Robert Cousins of Iown.
Likewise the democrats will inlsa
John Sharp Williams of Mississippi,
wio retires to becomo n senator from
that state two years hence; Stephen
Urumlldge, Jr., of ArknnsiiB, and W
llourke Cockrnn of New York.
Fattett May Succeed Gherman.
Just who will take tho place of
J.iiium S. Sherman of New York on
the rules committee, has not been defi
nitely decided by Speaker Cannon. In
the New York Halo delegation the
man nearest npprosuhliig tho shift
iness of Sherman on the floor is J.
Sloat Fnssett of Elinlra.
l'assett Is well versed In things poli
tical nnd when occasion offers, as It
did when the slili-BUhldy bill was un
der consideration In the closing days
of the last session, bo can take the
floor and make a speech well worth
listening to. l'assett Is of tho Cavalier
tvpo of debater, as Is John Dnlzell of
Pennsylvania, mid he Is equally handy
with "ntuml-piit" arguments nnd party
M. E. Oliustead of Pennsylvania Is
another well qiMll.lc.l youngster" for
Sherman's plaro nnd t.o Is James 11.
Mnim of Chlcagi, but both are hnndl
c.ippcd by reason of the fact that Dal
roll and Speaker Cannon, already on
tho rules committee, aio fium their
Btittes. In all probability Nuw York
will not loso tho chairmanship of tho
committee on Indian affairs, held by
Sherman, us Charles L. Knnpp of I,ow
lllc is tho ranking member.
New Republican Whip.
James Krnncls llurko of Pittsburg
has been groomed for James 13. Wut
vein's place as republican "whip" for
the past two years. In the ship-subsidy
light, however, James S. Ilutlcr
pf the snnio btato, huudled thu iclus
nnd did It so well that ho cut down the
majority ngnlust this legislation to a
paltry thieo votes. llurko managed
the Knox presidential cnnvnss and wan
n candidate, for his seat In the. seunto
until thu Pennsylvania organization
put a quietus on his ambition and
named George T. Oliver. Uuike U an
apt student of tho game of "button
holing." Ho has never qualified nu n
floor orator. Ills best plica of legis
lative work In tho hist session was
the passage of n bill compelling wire
less telegraphy on all ocean going ves
sels. Where Speaker Cannon will flml n
successor for Jesso Oversliuet of In
diana ns chairman of tho committee
on postolllces and postrondB tho speak
er himself docs not yet know. To
hold down this job successfully re
quites a technical business knowledge
which no man can possibly possess
without actual experience. Tho up
pioprlatlou for tio poatnnico depart
ment In tho last congress was $231,
000,000. or $100,000,000 moro (linn for
any other department of tho govern
ment excopt ponslons, and tho de
mands of tho department, are Increas
ing ut tlio into of not lees than S 1 o .-
000,000 annually, Thcio Is not a man
on Iho commltteo nt tho present tlmo
who Is regarded by tho Ijpuso leaders
ns qualified to All tho place made, va
cant hy Mr. Overstreet.
Practically n tdmllar condition ex
ists lu tho committee on livers and
harbors, so long contiotled by Theo
dore U. Iliirton of Ohio. At the pres
ent tlmo tlieio is absolutely no onu In
tho republican ranks who Is capable
of filling his former position In the
house John W. Wccka of Massachu
setts with his previous experience as
a banker, commander of the Mnssnchu
bctts navul uillltla mid general all
around public man, Is probably tli"
James Ilrcck Perkins of Now Yoik
has tho unique position or n choice In
fctcpplng Into the chocs of either
Charles II. Londls or Robert O, Cous
ins, Porklus Is the ranking member
on both the committees on pi luting
nnd foreign affairs nnd Is expected to
tuko chnrgo of tho latter commltteo
whim tho tlmo conies.
Hepburn Natural Ipcurgent,
Ono thorn In Speaker Caution's (.Id
left tho liouso when Willi nil Pefer
Hepburn of Iowa was defeated. Mr.
Hepburn was a natpral-boiii liiBiiigent
and gathoied about hfm tho colerlu
which now threatens to Join with tho
democrats uTid ruvlsolho rulesiln splto
of the, liouso organization, J
Mr.' liephurn -fitted nicely" in the
l'lneo left, vacant by Charles II. tiros
venor of Ohio so far ns caustic, telling
blows lu debate went, nnd thciu U
piactlcally no ono left to take lib
place In that respect. Walter I Smith
nf Iowa Is full of Invecllvo and sar
casm, not qullo ns brutal but better
finished than Hepburn.
Hepburn will bo succeeded on tho
InterMilte unit foielgn connneice com
mittee, lu atl, piobablllty, by James It.
Xraiin of Cfllttigo, who Is ono of thu
hardest-working members of the house.
Probably no mnli on either side of the
house cnti muster as ninny nonpar
tisan votes ns Mann. '
I)e Alva Alexander of llnfTnlo Is an
other New Yorker who practically hnrf
u cholco of two big commltteo chair
manships. Mr. Alexander Is tho rank
ing member niter Mr Iliirton on rivers
nnd harbors nnd is preceded on tho"
Judiciary commltteo only by Hcpre
sentntlvu K. Parker of New Jersey
Want Westerner on Harbors.
The west docs not want Alexander
on rivers nnd harbors, nor does It want
nny other fnr eastern man who might
have home Intlucnco In committing
congress to tho Atlantic coiibI inland
waterway beforo tho Mississippi ilver
waterway Is provided for. Represent
ative Davidson of Wisconsin Is men
tioned most prominently for this place,
and Is probably the best qualified man
to succeed Mr. iliirton. having him
self been chairman of the hoimo com
mltteo on railways nnd canals In ad
dition to being n member of rivers nnd
Representative Kdwln Dcnby of Do-
ttolt Is another who In placed hy tho
liouso lendora on u par with Itepre-
sentntlvc Weeks of Massachusetts as
n coming ninn. Represents tlvo Charioi
i:. Towiisend of Michigan Is another.
Hcprcscntntlvo lloutcll of Chicago is
generally recognized ns tho Ideal typo
of statesman lu tho liouso nnd Itepre-
MUittillvos Parpens nniMlennet of New
York city nro among the most prom
inent of thu younger republicans.
Clark Succeeds Williams.
Tho places of John Sharp Williams
and llourke Cockrnn, lu their respec
tive spheres, will not be filled on tho
democratic side. Williams was ono of
tho best parliamentarians, ns well ns
ono of tho readiest and most sarcas
tic mieakcr In tho whole house. Hep-
iCEcntnttvo Champ Clark of Missouri,
who has succeeded to the democratic
leadership, lacks his keenness of per
ception, his Inctslveness of decision
John J. Fitzgerald of Iltooklyn Is of
tho Williams typo and. If an) thing, n
Swager Shcrlcy of Louisville Is an
other keen-witted young democrat and
ono of tho best constitutional lawyeri
in the country,
Francis Iliirton Harrison of New
Yoik, the original "Little I.ord Faun
tleroy," to his credit Is also regarded
ob n comer on the democrntlc side, and
Is being boosted for llourke Cockriui's
place on the wnyH and moans commit
tee. I.eroy T. Vernonjii Chicago Dal
ANN AKIIOII, ailch., March 22.--J.
L. Ill- en. u Junior In the law de
partment of tho University of Michi
gan, and Miss lllancho Hay nor, vho
Bald her home was In Now York CItj
and that sho was an actrers, pro
em cd a license today to many. The
girl is 20 and tho joung man 23. Ho
conies from Duqucsno, Pn.
After tho license vvnii Issued, two
fraternity ulen appealed at tho Re
corder's ofllce, obtained tho Informa
tion they sought and wont nvvay,
saying It would bo unwise for Tlryou
to wed nt this tlmo. Tonight lliyen
admitted the wedding was off. Ho
would not teir why. Nolthcr would
his fraternity friends, but It Is said
they hnd convinced tho would-be
hrldegioom that they wcro right.
Anyhow, It Is conceded nil nrounl
thnt tho llronso will bo voluntailly
returned as useless.
MONITOR TO CONTINUE
EXPERIMENTS WITH OIL
Mare Island Nnvy Yaid, Cnl., Mar.
24. Tho collier Justin Is now coal
ing ut the navy ard and will lenvo
at an early date for Magdalcnn liny
In replenish the coal buul.cis of tho
crulseis of the Puellle licet.
The monitor Cheyenuo. which has
been here Undergoing minor repairs
for the last, two weeks, will bo re
leased fiom tho drydock tomorrow
and will sail Immediately for Snn IV
An uider of tho Nuvy Department
calls for a continuation of the oll
hurnlug experiments which havo been
In piogicts dining tho lust tinea
months. It Is expected that tho ex
pcrlments will be continued for u
cir, possibly Including u trip to
Honolulu by an oil-burning vessel.
Thu result of these experiments
will determine whether or not oll
burnlng furnaces will bo adopted fof
buttlcshlps. Tho tests thus far aio
reported to havo boon satisfactory.
Miss Ithca Whltchonil of Scattlo
has Jitst been iniulo deputy prosecut
ing uttorney for King's County,
Washington. Sho Is nu honor gradu
ate of tho law school of the Univer
sity of Washington in the class of
moo. Hofoio studying for her pro- could bo done. In this view of tho
fesBlon Miss Whltohoad had earned Isltunt Ion tho HIMns law Is prnctlcnl
lior living ns a stenographer, lly nil,
ON' WT PLAN
WASHINGTON, I). C, March 11.
Tho slogan of the Department of Jus
tice In the Tatt Administration Is:
"Don't start anything that you can't
finish. " At lenst C'i per cent, of tho
cases pending will be abandoned. The
Idea Is to clear tho docket until there
remain only such cases ns offer n
probability of succefs.
Tho Standard Oil ciisc settled by
order of Judge Anderson, with n ver
dict of not guilty, is out ut the wnv
Thero nrc other Indictments along
the samo line, but the Department
of Justice does not know whether
they will be pressed or not. Mr.
Wlckcrshnni is waiting until tho icc-
ord has been returned to tho depart
ment. It Is the opinion In tho de
partment nnd nt the White lloii'u
that nny new prosecution, criminal
ly, of the Standard Oil will have l'i
bo nlong new lines.
It Is expected Hint when iho rnhcs
found defective nre eliminated, the
only big trust-busting cases left on
the docket, to which tho department
will devote Its best energies, will bo
Bier Coses Pending
l 'ilia civil suit to dissolve tlio
Standard Oil Company. This Is un
der the illrerllon of Frank 11. Kel
logg, nnd will be nrgued bene the.
Clicult. Court of Appeals nt 8t.
Louis about April 1.
2 The, suit to dissolve tho Tobac
co Trust. This Is now beforo the Su
premo Court on nppenl nnd Is to bo
nrgued in October. It Is expected
thnt tho Slnndard Oil rase will reach
tho Supreme Court nt nbout that
time, and that the two, which In
volve tho samo principle, will bo sub
mitted at tho samo time.
3 Tho Government controversy
with the Powder Trust. This Is In
tho hands of nn examiner appointed
by tho United Stntca Circuit Court
nt Wilmington, Del., where testi
mony Is being taken. The caso will
be submitted to tho court soon.
4 The commodities clause. This
has been submitted to tho Supremo
Court nnd n ruling Is expected soon.
This clause forbids n rnllioad to hnul
products ,uf its own, and Is aimed nt
tho monopoly mainly formed hy the
great coal-carrying railroads.
C Tho anthracite coal case. Tes
timony is being taken by nn exami
ner appointed by tho Circuit Court
for tho District of 1'ennsylvunln. Tho
tltlo of She suit Is: Tho U. S. vs.
Tho Heading Co.
C An examiner appointed hy n
Federal Court Is working to prove
that there Is a combination In viola
tion of the Antl-TniBt Act between
llarrlman's Union Pnclflc and South
7 The Huston merger. This Is
nn attempt to lestrnln a merger be
tween tho llqston nnd Maine and tho
New York, New Haven, nnd Hartford
Railroads. The case Is pending In
tho Federnl Court nt Hoston.
8 What nro legorded by tho new
Administration ns tho most Impor
tant of nil aro tho suits brought to
test tho constitutionality of tho law
that gives to tho Interstate Com
merce Commission tho right to fix
railroad rates. It Is expected that
these suits will reach tho Supremo
Court In tho fnll In tho form of otio
of them selected for the test,
9 Numerous Interstate commcrco
cases for violations of tho law re
quiring Bnfcty appliances, tho proper
distribution of cars, etc.
If u vital defect Is found In any
caso by tho new Attorney General the
enso will be. dropped beforo it can
roach tho Supremo Court. When
ever It appeals thnt a different Una
of proccduro holds out greater piom
Iso of success, a new suit will bo
Nn now suit will bo brought until
capable lawjei's havo passed on them.
Thnt Is Mr. Tuft's order.
"A four-horse rebalo team can ho
driven through tho Hlklns law ns It
stands now nfter tho decision of tho
United States Court of Appeals and
thnt of Judgo Anderson in tho Stand
nrd Oil caso at Chicago, An ntlorney
who could not piotect n client from n
chnrgo of robatlng, If those decisions
nro sustained, would not bo worthy
of his hlie."
This was tho opinion expicssed by
an Important luvv officer of tho Gov
ernment today. Ho pointed out thnt
Judgo Lnndls, who Imposed tho 120,
240,000 lino upon the .Standard, held
Hint it was tho duty of a Bhlpper to
mako reasonnblo Inquiry ns to whe
ther tho rnto ho was using was law
ful. Judges Grosscup, Seaman, nnd
llakor, of tho Unltod Stntes Court of
Appeals, raverbed that statement of
tho law and held, substantially, that
iho Government had to prova that
Iho shipper knew ho was getting an
ll'ugal rato. In the opinion of Gov
ernment Inwyois that rarely, if over,
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1 Stntlc Miichlnu combining X-Ilny
nnd therapeutic work; 1 tJ'anc Seat
.Steamer Chair; 1 llllckcnsderffer
typewriter (new)! 1 Pino Table;
1 Oak Kxtcuslon Dining Table; 1
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Fine Gasoline Knglnc, IS II. P.; com.
plcto running order; steady, relia
ble, economical: enn be seen nt fac
tory of Honolulu Wire lied Co.,
1250-125C Alnpal St. 4259-tt
Shooting gallery, No. ID Hotel St.,
near Niiu.inu. Knqulro of owner
or P. 11. llurnctte, Merchant St.
Cheap Stiidebaker trap, completo
in good condition. Inquire nt
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Pedigreed Kngllsh bulldog, brlndlo
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(l. . .
ri:au kstati: jjxchanok. . ltd.
Wo havo over 100 lots for snlo In all
parts of the city, Improved and
unimproved, business sites,
rcsldcnco Bites and farming
sites, for prices ranging from
50 to J30.O00; some for cash
sales, Bomo for Installment
sales and somo for exchange.
Wo havo river CO homes for sale, locat
ed In ovcry residence section
of tho city, and suburbs; all
comfortable, somo elegant, on
various terms; coino for spot
cash, some on installment pay.
incuts, somo for exchange, and
Bomo for pnrt caBh and part
inortgago on easy terms,
HOUSES. v ',
Wo can arrange to build houses on tho
Installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by lospouslblo
Wo havo a number of good exchange
Wo rent houses nnd mny locate
Wo hnvo eight or ton prospective buy
era on our lists at present;
perhaps you havo Just the
place' that would suit one o(
them. Conio and sco us.
ESTATK EXCHANGE, LTD.
A. V. GEAR, Manager.
(Formerly Singei's) !
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