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VOL. XJ. NO, 4200.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1009. 10 PAOES.
price 5 cxnts.
JEFFRIES RETURNS TO FISTIC
INSANITY BILL IS
WELL ONTflE WAY
Senate Passes Measure
On Its Second
Upper Chamber Clears Clerk's Desk
of Big Pilo of Accumulated
Business Sewer Tax Bill
Fifty-Third Day Morning 8esslon.
The suggested provision, grunting
tho right of Appeal to tlio Circuit Court
from decisions of the Insanity Commis
sion, was not Incoriiorated in tho In
Bnnlty bill this morning. The sugges
tion was nmilo by tho Health Commit
too, but tho Idea did not moot with fav
or nud was unanimously rejected by
Tho question of appeal has been one
of the bones of contention slnro tho
first agitation of a new Insanity law.
A cortaln element In tho upper houso
lms Insisted that, to make tho Insanity
Commission tho final court of appeal,
would bo placing too much authority
In tho hands of a few men. On tho oth
er hand it has bron argued that, to
turn' tho matter of finally deciding" on
n man's sanity over to a Jury of lay
men, none of tho members of which
might have tho slightest Idoa of what
Insnnlty might be, would be to Invito a
chaotic condition JJiat would wwork.
linvdVwfthltu Ynw'und Anally result
In Its'total dismemberment.
Now In Doubt.
With the appeal provision left out,
lawyers In tho Scnato will not say
that, under Territorial law, an nppeal
cannot bo taken, but Senator Smith
protty well voiced tho general senti
ments of the members of tho Senato
when he tinted that tho proposed np
peal provision would bo on Invitation
to every person, found Insane by tho
commission, to take his enso Into tho
As on previous occasions when tho J
question of nn Insanity bill has faced
the Senate, Senator Makcknu was
greatly worried lest he bo charged with
Insanity by enmo of his enemies, and
forced to go before tho Doard. When
Senulnr Smith refused to concur In
some of tils remarks, ho excitedly
shouted that (hero was nothing to pre
vent tho venerable President of tho
Senntu from being haled before the
Insanity Commission by somo of his
Another provlflon that bothered Mn
keknu was that which required that at
least two of tho members of tho pro-
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GOES TO SEATTLE
Look After Island
LEFT TODAY FOR HAWAII
Will Act as Coadjutor to Childs and
.nave uenerai unarge of the
Display Now Being
School Inspector Chus. 10. King
has been appointed to look after tho
arrangement mid lo have general su
pervision of the Hawaiian school ex
hibits at the Alaska-Yukon Imposi
tion, to bo held In Seattle In Jurfe.
He will work In conjunction with
Lloyd Childs, who has charge of all
tho Hawullun exhibits. Childs when
seen this afternoon stated that King
was selected In order to help him
along In making arrangements of
the llnwallan exhibit. Childs will
bo busily engaged In looking aver
Hawaiian affairs In general at tho
exhibition, and on that account the
local Hoard, consisting of Governor
I'Year, Superintendent of Public In
struction IJabbltt, J. V. Morgan, Wil
liam Williamson, and others, decid
ed to send Mr, King to the exposi
tion. Ho expenses will bo borne by
(he local Hoard.
Mr. King left In tho Mauna Kca
today for Hawaii, where he will make
FINE BAND CUT
at young pueeow
Local peoplo will bo given n raro
treat tomorrow night at the Young Ho
tel, when tho Cth Cavalry -Dnml, a mus
ical organisation of more than local
reputation, will give a concert on tho
roof garden. A very cnjoyablo time Is
assured to all who attend. Army anil
Navy folk, guests of the hotels, and
townsfolk aro requested to be present.
10,000 Marine Men Strike. Chicago,
April 7. Ton thousand marine engl
niters, firemen, olleis and water ten
ders nnd deckhands went on strlko last
night and tho opening of navigation on
the great lakes is threatened with n
Turklch Editor Assassinated Con
utnntlnopK April 7. HaBsan Fchtnl
Kffendl, editor of tho liberal newspap
er, Serbcstl, was shot nnd killed by
itn unknown man as ho was entering
his ofllco today. A government olllcer
accompanying tho odltor wns wound
ed. Tho crime is believed to bo political.
NOTHING BUT WORK
IN LOWER HOUSE
Eighteen Bills and One
Joint Resolution On
Order Of Day
SPEAKER HOLSTEIN CALLED
HOME BY SON'S ILLNESS
Vice Speaker Rice Will Hold Down
the Lid Until His Chier Re
turns Next Satur
The very latest thing for autoists, and one that is very
popular. The cap, made of cravenette, with a double vi
sor, is serviceable and attractive.
The transparent celluloid visor is an excellent substi
tute for the ugly goggles. Come and see them at
THE KASH CO., LTD.
CdR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Fifty-Third Day Mornlnfl Session.
It was nothing but work In tho House
this morning. There was Mo much to
do for tho members to allow them
selves tho luxury of debate, there being
eighteen bills and ono Joint resolution
on tho order of the day for third read'
lng, by far tho biggest grist of the
It wns simply n matter of tho Clerk
reading n bill and tho House wiling on
It. Talk wns for tho most part clim
Inated, though Kanlho did enter a vol
ublo protest over the veterinary bills
nnd succeeded In getting ono of them
killed. Hut tho order of tho day was
not halt finished when tho Houso took
an early recess so tho members could
go down to tho wharf and sec tl'.u Man
na Kca and tho Speaker off, Vlco
Speakcr Itlca will hold dawn tho lid
for tho rest of tha'weelc, up to Satur
day Speaker IJolstidn having been
called' linhiaMjy'thotrloiivllnMa of
ms'Voj, "3"" J.-------. -
Sheldon's Last Bill,
Sheldon' Introduced what ho snld wns
his last but not his least bill. The
mcasuro relates to tho annual exhibit
of corporations, nnd provides that nil
corporations nut eleemosynary, relig
ious, literary or educational, shall an
nually present a full and accurate ex
hibit of tho estnto of Its affaire to tho
Treasurer, as of December 31 of each
Tho following bills passed their third
Houso Dill 225, declaring tax liens to
be prior Hens upon property Tor live
Houso Hill 220, relating to failure to
return property for taxation. Tho hill
provides Hint If any person shall fall
or refuse to muko return of his prop
orty for assessment, tho Assessor may
tsscss the property according to his
best Information as to Its value, and
thero shall bo no nppcnl fioin his as
sessment. This bill was Introduced,
nico stated, lo ninko tho present tax
House 1)111 220, I,ong, filling ware
housemen n lien for storage and au
thorising Its enforcement by sale. Ac
cording to tho provisions of this bill
If ono Hores his trunk with a baggngo-
(CoktinuM ra Pa 8)
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April 20,
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CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Apr.
20. It is stated' that th; Sultan is
ready to abdicate if he is granted
Reliable reports state that 6000
have jjrnWuc,. Adana.
TURKISH PRINCE KILLED
SMYRNA. April 20. The Turkish
Jfnnce of the Island of Santos has
rscrcjryx2SoaeQr cf -iM QrULZrff .
SAN TRANCISC0. Cal.. Anril 20.
i Mr. Alice Biandtj a Hnwaiinn, was
1 oum! t'cid here today, her condition
indicating that she had been beaten
to death. The police arc searching
for Henry Fisher of Hilo.
. -j .
The Directory-gives no licit y K1U
er on the Island of Hawaii
gone on to make the necessary pur
chases for the establishment of a
flrst-rlnss pineapple cannery. The
pines grown on the Almlmnnu land')
nro proved to ho of n very superior
John Staff was an outgoing pas
senger on tho llilonlan, his mission
on this occasion being to purchase a
plant for the pineapple plantation
that Is to bo developed by tho Mac
farlano Interests nt Ahulmanu.
Mr. Staff recently went over tho
ground ns an expcit nnd has now
OB J EOT
usually takes such steps as
will lead to it. One object of
every true man is to provide
for his family's future. Life
Insurance will do it.
023 FORT STREET
im small quantities samitary con
Mien. Leave etdeM for dUvew
Island Fruit Co.,
re I. JCINO. 9X0NB 15.
Seats for the
May lit had throuch skis ofie ani
at a slight advance over the regulai
Mea of tUkau. Tkerc will be no
Tho Japanese liner Chlyo
Mnru reported by wireless this
morning Hint she will arrive
hero on Thursday morning
with the Hnn. Chas. AV. Knlr-
banks, former Vlro President
of the United States on bouid.
'Tooth and Nail'
Brushes, all Prices
We arc out for business,
tooth and nail.
WASHINGTON. D. C, April 20.
The battleships North Carolina nnd
Montana have been ordered to Alex
andretta, Syra, to protect American
Lincoln's Campaluner Dying. Chi
cago, April 8. Jules l.iimbard, known
throughout the eouulry ns u campaign
Mnser nud Itopubllcau worker and ono
of the few lomulntng characters of tho
Lincoln campaign, Is dying in this city.
President Lincoln credited I.unib.ird
wllli raising 20.000 troops for tho
northern causo during tlio Civil War.
Muggs: Sll.er has an underhand
ed way of doing business, Ituggs: I
suppose that's why he usually gets
tho upper hand of his business associates.
X X , M Hi V. H M X X KH X A
Mr. hulrbnnks Is accompanied
by Ids family.
Tho steamer I.urllno of tho
Matbim Hue nlso reported this
morning. Sho will nrrlvo hero
nt about tho same time.
XEW SHIPMBNT OF HIQH QRADr., IMPORTED
BPRINO MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD M IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. . . ' ,,
J. Hopp &, Co.,
185 KINO ST.
LONDON. EnRland, April 20,
hn Hijrue. a pjt-worlccr. tclay
knocked out Moir, the British heavy
weight chtupion. The fight lasted
, Led On To
TABRIZ. Persia, April 20. Horn- t
er Baskcrvjlle, an American teacher, '
engaged in leading the revolutionary 1
forces of Persia, has been killed.
Paper From Cotton Stalks Cordelc,
'Cn.. April S -The beginning of a now
Industry In tho south was signalized .
1 hero today In the announcement of a
contrnct by the city authorities to fur
nish land for the erection of n. mill to
make paper from cotton stalks. Tho
J mill will bo the first or Its kind.
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 75 CASES 0F NEW
00 MODELS FROM THE FACTORY OF E. P. REED &
CO.. IN TANS, PATENT LEATHERS, AND GOLDEN
New and dainty designs, just a little in advance of
any others. Not shown in this ad. because we have no cuts
that will do them justice.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 FORT STREET.
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