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EVKNMNO tlUU.ETlN, HONOLULU, T. !!., iioNDAY, AUGUST 30, '09.
Use RED SEAL C ARBON-It is the Best
SOLD ONLY BY THE OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
HERE TO STUDY PROBLEMS.
P.rfir,t-'1 rom Peiii 1)
nny countiy. Willi the doelopment r
the 1'lilllt.ilnoB, 1'otUi ltlco uiul Cuba
tho sug.ii tuaikel i)( the tu'u.'e !
Imuiul t" be niuie or les of an tiiii-v-
I 'In quantity nnd I think that Hi" bis'
thins for Hawaii Is the fact thai the
I'lurnrisenient of dUerslllod lndmt'y
rubber, tobacco anJ plnoapp'es- tut
i.nw iiBsuicil n pioportlon th-it mittc.
them flguie prominently In the Torn
"Tho futntc of theso Islands re'H
wholly on their aRrItnlinr.il resoui
cos." added Congressman hoou, nun
I think tint problem Is nno of the I
must Important that can be brought to
tho attention of the members of this '
party. Wo don't want our lslt lit bo 'J
considered ns n Junket. Wit are !iro j
lor serious work; to ascertain the true.
li tercrt of Hawaii from the lew point
of the Interest of tho inajoilty. Wo
want to meet our business men and
hear theli views; we, want to lst
jo'ur Impoitnut Industries all with tho
tbject of nseeitainliiR what Is best for
the people of Hawaii."
LAWMAKERS ARE PASSENOERS.
(Continued from fnce ')
nml buntliiR the htrnlrn in Alohi Oe
beliiR tho first of tho musical welcomes
Unit was wafted acuiis the vite mi
the visiting lawmakers and their fam
ilies. Then eiimo the Star Spangled
llannci and Dixie. To tho strains of
I)llo" thero was nn Injtant and en
thindastlc icsponso. Hepreseitatl.e A.
J. Watklns of Louisiana Riving a pure
interpretation of the reliel veil.
On boind Hie Intrepid were Gnicrn
or I'rear. W. O. Smith. Walter Dllllng
ham, Hubert Ilrockons, Judeo Halloit
nml L. A. Tliiustim. Tho Intrepid did
not rii alonRildo the Siberia, the mem
bers of tho committed being trans
ferred In the quarantlno launch. Then
tint formal nlohas wcro ald and the
members of tho Congresslona) party
tf lUOU welcomed to tho Territory as
guests of Hawaii,
Lels For Visitors. '
A few minutes after tho reception
rominlttee and the Governor had
boaided the Slbeiln the liner started
for the llackfeld wharf, preceded by
tho Intrepid with tho band plnjlng u
medley of airs, the members of tltc
party coming from south of Mtson ind
Dixon's Hue showing eiithut tabtlc ap
preciation every time they heard a
tune that reminded them of home the
strains of "Dixie" always hinliu tho
Frank Thompson, chairman of the
reception committee-, had charge or the
landing rrrangemenls and carried out
his duties In n way tint caused ovory-
thing to progress smoothly. As soon
as the guig plank was loweied John
I.ane nnd the lei Rlrls were given tho j
rlRht of way and each member of tho
party was decorated befote landing on
Tho lelb made a hit with tho visitors.
One of tho ladles was heard to remark,
"What a beautiful custom. How lov
ub o theso people must bo with such
sincere tokens of hospitality," and a
' Congressman, less impressionable, said
The wenther conditions of tho early
morning weru Ideal und tho majority of
tho party seomed to be fascinated with
I ho dunging colors of tho landscape
tint accompanied the rlslug run. I
Itnpld lire questions on Hawnll wero
as'ceif by the Coiigiessmen of tho Ho-,
iiuiulu jus who boarded the Siberia out-1
tide and .the questions showed thnt five
days of association with two fellow
pasueugeis D. P. It. Isenbeig mid Sup
ei Intention! of Public Instiiu.tlou llali
Lltt und Mr. McClellan h id t;lven them
n good him of Hawaii nel nml the feat
ill us nnd problems of .Ife In tho Mid
Pacific. Pearl Haibor and the Volcano nto
uppaiently tho two things that hivo
niado tho greatest Improssloii In tho
mlnila of tho visitors, Congressman El
lis of tho Ways an 1 Meai.s Committee,
observing that tho Pearl Haibor forti
fication scheme was ono of tho most
oiBontlnl tilings that tho vUIIIiir Con
t'testmen hoped to study ut length dur
ing their visit In tho Tenltoiy. .
Taken to Young.
Thu band played on tho wharf white
tho passengers wero being landed and
every time "Aloha Oo' was played
thero wns applause from tho passon
gets who tluouRcd tho rails and await
ed for an opportunity to land.
Automobiles weio in
under thu dliectlon of Prank Thump-
ton nml R, O, Mntliesou tho vhlt'nrs
wero taken Immediately to tho Youn
hotel, w )ieit accommodations
been rebel vod for them.
"A ho-.pltable welcome ami a. flno
trlj" Is tho oiiiiimary nf llio sentiment
uipioshed liy the iiipiiiIhtb "f lliu Con-
Rireslnnal party. Tlicy nil declare
tint their lint tla of arrival In Ha-
wall will ! cut remembcied a mem-
bar muling from a southern district
uhseiln; Hint "hospitality Boomed to
tu In the air."
The tnembors o tho reception com-
nilttee that gioeted tho Congressmen
and their families i: tho whnif were"
Hon. A. S Cleuhorn, Secretary of the
Territory l:. A. Molt-Smlth, Speaker
II. I.. liolsteln of tha Territorial Homo
of Kvpiiwut ithes Hon, .lobn C. l.auo,
0. J. Waller, W
II Mclneruy, It. V.
V lebiinn 1,. Tonney Pec!: on behalf
of the Chamber of Commerce, Senator
Charles 1'. ChlllliiRwortli, Senator W.
Coelho Hon. Marston Campbell,
; Major Short, Super Isor Andrew Cox,"
Supervisor Dpii Logan, District Mngls-l
trate Atiilrnde, Iteprese.itatlu Kama-,
H. Trent James Wakefield, I
It. Henienwny. J, 11. j
llertsche Senitor Moore, George
W. Smith on behalf of the!
lilerchunts' Atrociatlon, W, A.
Iloweu, F". W Klebihn. Hon. John
Hon, I). Knlaiiokalnnl .1.
SLIDE A DIT
ON SURF DOARDS
T,a nfternoon the mcmbeis of tho
ConRresslonal party will begin to
,,,e ,ilt, B..i. Honolulans will also
tee the sights probably moro than
the Itepiesentnthes will for the
ltcprcucniatlNctt are going to ride
bin r boards.
All morning they hnvo been rest
ing up f i oiii their trip und getting as
settled as demonstrative Hawaii hos
pitality will permit.
At WniUIUI this afternoon the fun
If the breakers are not on their
most festive behavior It will ho no
fault of the entertainment commit
tee. They're on the program nny
wny, nml the Ilepiesentativcs will bo
on them probably more often
limp l hey arc on the boards,
Congiessional dignity will hnvo to
lake a back feat. Dignity und dele-
gatej, especially when the delegates
me ,,w l0 t10 inspiring sport, never
stay on tho bamo surf board very
long together. One of the two goes
However, despite tho fact that but
n Blhgle nfternoon has been allowed j
to Initiate them Into the mysteries
of surf-boarding, outriggor-ennoetng,
n,i other typical Hnwnilan sport
delicacies, they will most assuredly
,. ntter It" with truo Congressional
rcn Km master It all beforo the next
"bathing daj" comes around.
WIFE IS ILL
All of tho mombcrs of the Con
gressional party arrived In the best
of health with the exception of Mrs.
J, M. Miller, wife of Congressman
Miller of Kunsas, Just before leav
ing the Bast on the trip for Hawaii
me wuu Ul llio ijuiigressiiiuu was ,
tilttnn ttv n tnnannttn nml nftap lanv. 1
Ing Snn Francisco there wero BiBa
of blood poisoning In her right arm,
reaching a bcrlous stage last night.
When the Siberia docked this
morning Mis. Miller was hurried to
the Young Hotel In an automobile,
und Dr. Judd was called to attend
her. Dr. Judd found that Mrs. Mil
ler's arm was In bad condition and
cudered her removal to tho Queen's
Hospital, wheie an operation was
pel formed ut noon today.
It Is stated that while Mrs. Miller
has had a serove attack of blood
polbonlng, her condition Is not sei I
ous, and it Is hoped that sho will re
cover in tlnio to Join in the Itenerary
of tha Congressional party.
FOR W. R. ELLIS
Congiessman W. R. Ellis of Ore-
, gon was pleasantly surprised when
ho was leading the cable nows while
tho Siberia was docking this morn-
i Ing, The Cnngrcssmun's oye rested
upon tho dispatch announcing that
Midshipman Roesch was tha winner
of tho liidlvdunl rlllo Bhootlng match
at Camp Porry, Ohio.
"That Is Bleat," said tho gentlo
man from Oiegon. "I nppoluted that
boy to the nnvnl ncademy. Ills
family lUcs In my home town In Ore-
Fon, Pendleton. He Is a cool-head
ed joutli, and I am not suipilsej
that ho has established n iccord nt
Congicismnii Illlss was congrntu
luted by the members of the party
as soon as the news was learned.
LUNCHEON DY MERCHANTS.
The Merchants Association will let.
dor n luncheon to the visiting Oil
Riessmen on Thuisdn afternoon at t
o'clock, In tho spacious n."iii. of llio
Commercial Club, which has been
placed at tho disposal of lliu nsxncla-
u r one it
IT, Us I1UL ft 1
POINT OF HEATH
W. C, Hoc Is reported to bo uncoil- j
scions and not expected to live until
tomoirow. Ills tlaiiKhter, Mrs. W. 11
Loveienux of Honokaa, Is at her fnth-
Is bolns treated at tho
Queen's Hospital and has been suffer
I ni; fmm stomach troublo for some
time. He has been n patten maker at
the Honolulu lion Works for ovor
"twenty jears and Is
thrnuRliout tho Inlands.
HE0ER LEAVES ON I
I.nmp Inspector Martin lienor will
leave1 on tho tender Kukul tomorrow
for Molokal, where Mr. 5le?er will
make n final inspection p.' tho m.w
llBht station there. Ho has completed
his Inspection of the Miuppi'ii and
Diamond llrad IIrIHs. and ..fier his re-
turn from Molokal, his wo.k hero will
be completed, and the stations put-
nounced ready, for service.
The Mnkapuu light has the largest
lens and the most notable In tho ser-
lce. It Is so Intense that Its rays
can be seen 30 mllos a' wa, nnd tho
lamp has to be handled wllh asbesto.
i gloves. Doth tho HghU at Dlnmond
Head and Molokal ure to bo later
equipped, tt is understood, with
same Incindesccnt vapor lamp as used
DR. BELL'S FREE LECTURE.
Dr. Frederic Hell's free lecture, "If
a Man Die, Shall Ho Lle Agnlu,"
delivered at tho Itojal Hawaiian Ho
tel yesterday afternoon, was very well
attended, and thosa who wcro so for-
Itunatp as to bo present were delighted
1 urlrlt rVii 4 n ntrtint I isu anrntnn In tlio
Tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock Dr.
.ueii win locturo on "uur Destiny.
Tho lecturo will bo given on tho hotel
lanal nnd the. public Is cordlaly In
vited to attend.
Appolntmont for phenooglcnl exam
inations nay bo mado for any hour of
tho day from 10 to & and from 7 to 9.
nuiiuiijH oniy uy appointment, ruosc
lntcmutfxt In llin npr,i!t snlnnni nru
rnrdlnllv Invltoil In rnlt nn llr. nml
Mrs. Dell during tho above hours.
Monday, August 30,
Temperatures 6 a. ni., 72 j 8 a. m,
74; 10 a. ni., 78; noon, 81; moinlng und their work was certainly buc
mlnlmum, 72. ressful If hnppy faces nre any crl-
riaiomoter, 8 a. m., 30.03; absolute tcilon.
humidity, 8 a. m., G.G18 grains per t -m
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. m HAWAIIAN IS KILLED BY TRAIN.
73 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., 05. i
Wind 0 a. ni., velocity 10, direction According to Information, which
f-i a. m velocity 7, direction N. E.;
10 n. iu velocity 12, direction N.
noon, velocity 10, direction N. K,
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
Total wind movement during 24
hours elided nt noon 206 m'les,
WM, 11. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S, Weather Uuieau
IN FOREIGN FORTS
Monday, August 30.
i SEATTLE Snllod Aug. 27:
U. 8. T. Dlx, for Honolulu.
a RAYS HAnilQR Sailed auk. IV
Schr, Sophlo Cliilutensen, fur Hono
lulu. SAN FRANCISCO An Ived Au.?. 20-
U. S. A. T. Huffalo lionet Aiife. 2..
SEATTLE Arrived Aug. 23;
S, S. Missouri!!!!, f I oin San l-'rau
8ALINA CRUZ Ai lived Aua i,
S. S. Alaskan, fmm Hllo, Au? 11.
COM AX Arrived Aug. 30;
S, S. Century, hence An;. 21,
PORT ALLEN Sailed Aug. 1M:
S. S. Hjad'cs, for San Krauclii o,
KAANAPALI Sailed Am'. 2U-
S. S. Pleiades, for San Iran,.ci
There will bo an admleslon ding')
nt llio polo giimo on Wednesda) nnd
llio sum of I will enable nil) ono to
bco tho match.
MAUI WON AIL
H (Special II ill let In Wireless) U
8 Wallukn. Am,'. 30. Tho Maul H
8 Japanese team won -both game it
U fiom tho Asahls. Tho first game I
tt wai pi i)ed at Kalinin! Saturday tt
U ond rei:lted In a tcoro of Maul i
tt 11, Asahl 10. Tho second Rime, tt
tt plaed at Wallukn on Sunday, tt
t. was Mnul 13, Asahl . tt
tt . a
tt tt a it tt a tt a a a tt tt tt t; a a a t:
CLERK PIIANAIA '
A. St, Pllanala, clerk to Dr. Mackall,
city nml comity pliyslchn, had n nar
row escape this afternoon. Ho was
com Ins down tho stairs of the City
Hall, when suddenly one of tho planks
used by tho painters, now palntlliR the
Interior of the City Hall, slipped and
fell directly on his head. Ills hat,
which Is of conslderab'o worth, was
smashed flat like a pan cake. Ho was
knocked down, but fortunately, was
not seriously Injured.
Dr. Mackall Is now looklnR after the
well known comfort of his clerk, whoso appoint
ment was recently confirmed by tho
Hoard of Supervisors.
One of tho amusing Incident of tho
trP ovcr cn ho Siberia was the arrest
B" trlaI r nn American dentist prae-
'clnK 'n Japan. Tho nllcRed criminal
wu charged with tho heneous crlmo
' "PuU-". i .
T"o more upcclflc charge or pulling
l00h I ' lio-d of tho Merry
Widow was ertercd ngalnst htm nnd
a ryal IfK'' ,,',tl0 wa hold over his
RllIlt or Imorenee.
W. R. Houston was IuIkp and the
dignity (orjhe bench suffered not from
his decision. Tint Hon. D. O. Hum'
plnoyg of Mississippi wris the Attor-
ncy-attnerijl and the piosecutlor. was
sure a hot one.
Hon. E. S. Cincllur of Mississippi
defended, with great success, tho cul
prlt. Tho'sequcnco was a IcBson nnl
examplo forovcr to nil evil doers.
ST. LOUIS ALUMNI
DANCE IS SUCCESS.
One of the most pleasant dances
that has 'been given for some time
wns thnt 'of the St. Louis Alumni on
Saturday night, Dreler Hall was
tho sceno of the festivities nnd a big
crowd of danccis attended.
The floor was In excellent condi
tion, nnd the music wns all that
could be desired
Dancing was kept
up from an eaily hour till midnight,
at the finish everyone wanted
"Just one mqre dunce,"
Most of the "old boys" were pres
ent, and nil their sisters and other
girls were also in uttendnnce. Tho
committee was Indefatigable In their
efforts to make overybody at home,
denied by an official of tho
Oahu Railway & Land Co.. a Ha
waiian was killed by the Wnhlawa
train late ycstoiday afternoon. The
Hawaiian, It Is alleged, was walking
along the track whan tha Honolulu-
bound tinln fiom Wnhlawa ran
the rails und Killed tho man
This nfternoon ono of the officials
or tho Onhu Railway & Land Co.
stated over the telephone that thero
was no truth In the killing of the
man, Ho admitted, howovcr, that
tho tinln did run off the track when
ictuiiilng from Walilawa.
M0URNINQ FOR 0. M. COOKE.
. (Snerial to the Bullet in,)
WA1LUKU, Aug, 27. Flags are
Hying nt halt, mast from the tops of
various business houses and resi
dences In and around Wnlluku out
of respect to tho memory of tho laM
C. M, Cooke of Honolulu, the sad
news of whoso, donth wub received by
wlicless this morning, Tho door of
the FltBt Nutlon.il Hank of Wnllukii
Is di aped In black , for tho doceased
was Its piesldont.
Dudley Harvcy-El.lor, who Bpent
rniiuj months In theso Isl puis ouily In
tho uar, returned from tho Coast thla
iijurnlng on tho Siberia.
WAR OF WORDS IN
With tho aid of an Interpreter Oya
ma Tarsaka bpont most of the day on
the Btnnd In JiLlRifItoblnson's court,
giving testimony as to what he knew
of tho violation of tho temporary In
junction Rinntril against Muklno and
soveral strikers, to abandon pickets
and cento Interfering with tho opera
tions of tho Walpahu plantation. The
injunction was allowed at the In
stance of tho Oalni Sugar Company.
Attorney Mghtfoot rcprerenled Ma
kino and other defendants, nnd now
and then n war of words was precip
itated between him and Attorney Pros
ser, as to admission of testimony on
the part of Tarsaka.
At one point whoro tho Interpreter
had difficulty to make Tursaki under-
btand what tho question was about the
Intorferenco of pickets nt Walpahu
with returning laborers I.lRhtfoot
Jumped to his feet, nnd Bald:
"Arrest tho witness for-contempt."
"Yes, and nrreBt I.lRhtfoot along
wllh him," retorted Prosscr.
JildRe Robinson looked his disap
proval, but did what ho could to make
tho witness understand thn question
Tarsaka went on to tell about his go
Ing out to tho plantation looking for
work with some others, nnd testified
thnt they were held up by tho pickets
and Intimidated so that they camo
back to town.
Thero will bo many witnesses to ex
amine and the process with tho Jap
anese Is slow, as few of thorn under
r.tnnd a word of EnglUh. The hearing
Is the result of nn'order 3f tho Court
to show whether or not tho Injunction
had been violated, as there have been
repeated .charges that Maklno and his
followers paid absolutely no attention
to tho Injunction, hut proceeded wllh
tho samo methods of Intimidation,
picketing men on the plantations, and
publishing In tho Nlppu JIJI Inflamat'
cry articles to cxclto sympathy and
support among tho Japanese.
Reglnnlng on September S, Manager
Dalch announces that tho wireless of,
flee will be open on Sunday morning
from 8 to 10 o'clock. In Older to accom
modate icople who are obllRcd to Bend
messages on thnt dny.
John Marcalllno this morning filed
Ids Master's report In the estate of
Edward D. Thomas, which Is as fol
lows: R-mts, $1895; dividends, $308;
tnlo personnl effects, $33; flro Insur
ance premium $50; total $G198.35,
which Is balanced by expenditures.
The accounting is final.
Tho annual tennis tournament nt
Evva was postponed until September
12, out of respect for tho death of tho
lato C. M Cooke. Next Sunday tho
match ngr.InU Kahuku will be played
and a very Interesting Jay's tennis is
Edwin K. Roto, the famous Hawaii
(.n tenor singer, who leturned recently
from tho States, will sing agnln to
night In tho Empire thoatcr.
At noonllmo today tho Chicago base
bnll nine defeated the Detroit team by
n scoro of 5 to 1. "Dutcher" did good
work and "Whiskers" was also on tho
Jab rlRht throitgh tho Riitne.
C. W. Harvey, grandfather of Harvey-Elder
of tho Advertiser, camo In
on the Siberia this morning. Mr. Har
vey Ib a:conipanled by his wife uu.l
two grandchildren. They brought
along their MoMno automobile, in
which they traveled from Los Angeles
to San Franclsco ,
The usual big crowd went out to
Walkikl csterday afternoon and ns
the tide wus good nnd tho breakers big,
much uurf boating was Indulged In.
Governor Frenr was among tho re
turning passengers yesterday from
Shcillf Rico of Kauai Is In town, hav
ing arrived yesterday on tho Klnuu.
U, S. Marshul E. It. Hendry re
turned fiom Kauai yesterday on the
District Attorney R. W. Drockons,
who went to Kauai on business, was
among tho arrivals yesterday on the
C. D. Lufkin, cashier of tho Lalinlna
bank, 'is In town. Ho arrived yester
day on the Mikahala.
A. h. C. Atkinson Is booked to leave
this afternoon for tho Orient on tho
Pacific Mall liner Siberia.
"I enn't imagine what is tho mat
ter with my daughtor," suld tho
ciuloiis mother. "She mopes around
nil day nnd Becms to bo eating her
heurt out "
"Eating her heart out, eh,?" inter
rupted tho doctor, "If that's the
case sho evidently has Indigestion."
In French and Irish Linen
Wednesday Morning, Sept. 1st
I Fir st Exhibit
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA.
NEW LINE of Ladies'
and White Washable Skirts.
Prices, $1.25 up to $5.00
See display in window.
jL. Ahpy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
Come Take A
- .Skate With Me
Regal skating shoci are the only economical ones to
use for skating. They are made specially strong on the
soles to stand hard wear and designed especially to fit
skates. Easy fitting shape and handsome in appearance.
Suitable for street wear as well as skating.
Price, $3.50 and $4.00
Shoes repaired while you wait.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg, Obr. King and Bethel.
PRICES LOWEST IN THE CITY.
Dining chairs in sets, parlor, rockers, rope portieres',,
lace curtainsi bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc, '
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Showrooms Corner King and Alakea.
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