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CVnKIN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU.., TV II.. THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1903.
Sensation of the Year
The very latest fad
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and see what
has to say. The Billiken
Doll is unbreakable. Only
a limited quantity.
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
What Army and Navy
Folk Are Doing
War Department Decisions,
Wnim clothing for troops loturn
InR from tho tropica Question of
tho Issuing of otlvo ilrnli uniforms
nnd heavy underwenr to rcRlmetilti
prior to their departure from the
I'hlllpplno Islnnds. Held that or;
(I era be Issued to the effect thut
troops returning from the tropics he
prolded with heavy underwear ho
CompulFoiy nttcndnnro of enlisted
men tit post schools Difference of
opinion ns to inlet pietntlon of Clicu
Inr No. n", .. 1007, relative to
tho above, resulting from nn Inspec
tion or l'ort Hllcy, Kim. Held Hint
tho question Ir :ut ndmlnlstrntUu
one which tdiottld bo left to the poit
romtuandor, nnd that tho cltculnr
mentioned nliovo relates to oilglunl
nttciidanco at post schools.
Nnvy's Use of Finger-Prints.
Kiom Charles Iliower'a "l'lngcr-
prlt.ts" 'In the October Century.
The use n( tho systcni (of finger
prints) was lutioduced In the Unit
ed Stntes Navy In l'Jtl", I ut not for
criminal purposes. U It heie em
ployed not pilmailly to catch de
rerterB, hut to detect nnd proetit
i their reoullstment. It insuies the
seamen of the Navy that tho stand
aid shall not be lowered, nnd that
they shall not be called on to ns
noclato with thoho who have not
Tim Navy wants tellable men for
ItR vessels, nnd It gets them. Tho
men who mini Its vessels nrn the
finest In the world. Of nbout eighty
two thousand applicants for the. ds
cal jcar 1907-8, llfty-Mx thousand
weio rejected. After appointment,
of those accepted some four thou
sand declined, lenvlng twenty-two
thousand men to enter the Son Ice.
In 11)08 the Unreal! of NuMgatloii,
charged with tho enlistment of the
crows of our naval essels. recorded
tho Ilngcr-prlntu of thirty-four thou
No great nmoiint of Bklll is re
quired to take tho impressions, hut
nn examination of n few cards will
Insplra respect for the oxperts who
hnvo to classify and Identify what
appears to the uninitiated a bcwlld
oi lug mass of cobwebs. Tho time or
two expcits, one n woman. Is given
to this work. If caro has been ex
orcised in tatting the Impression, tho
card ran bo Identified in one mln-
take ns long as five mlnfltos. These
experts can tell' with positive nssur
a nee whether a m.i'u applying for en
listment cither has enlisted or has
been on the Nav's lists since, the
system win started; for. since the
Institution of tho sjstem. records
have been taken of all men on tho
lists. It docs not matter what a man
s.ijb his name is or what Ills real
nnme may be. lie may have a dozen
nllakcs, hut he has only one name
to the Navy, and that Is the liatno
he -said was hlg at the time of en
listment. Ills name as glcu ut that
time and his slgnaliue go on his
lluger-prlnt rnhl. This, will bo Ills
nnme for cer as far as the Nnvy Is
CARL SMITH NAMED SUPER-
VISORS,vBUT NONE MOVES.
(Continued front Pace 1)
resolution carrying with It an nppro
pilntlon for tils salary, and tho time
has now passed during which It could
lie done, the date sjicelfled by Mr.
Smith ns being the. last on which such
rctlnn could bo taken when It could do
any good, hnWng nlit-ady passed.
It may thus bo taken for granted
that Mr. Smith will not appear for
tho prosecution nt the Knllua term,
which opens tomorrow, and the fines'
tlonnow Is. who will do so, If anyone.
Thi Attorne;" Oeneral has written to
Chairman Lewis that his department
could not rurnlsh n prosecutor, nnd
that It Ik tho duty ot the County to set
to It that siicliMi one Is-at hand nt Knl
lua. Ho suggested, boccr, that, in
case the Carl Smith matter could not
bo satisfactorily settled, tho County
Attorney could appoint another nttor-t'l-y
. Ho also offered to commission
nnother nttmney ns,I)jputy Attorney
(leneral for lliu tlmo being upon the
Joint request or the Hoard of Super
visor and the County Attorney.
In the mi-untimo tho County Attor-,
uey will not ask the Attorney Coiicrnl
to commission another attorney. Tho
Tribuno Inquired by lelephono from
Mr. Williams nt Ilonnkaa last Satur
day whether he would aak tho Attor
ney General that another attorney bo
commissioned to prosecute nt Kullua,
whether ho Intended to npimtnt nnoth
er Deputy County Attorney, nnd
whether ho had tuado any other ar
rangements for tho handling or the
cases before the Knllua Circuit Court.
All theso questions wire answered In
uto'n time, but poor Impressions may the. ncgatu by tho .County. Attorney.
AVII'whs thought possible lint the
Supervisors tnlqlit have mtdo arrange.
iiiciilH w'lth roino other Attorney to
take up tho rases for the rosecutlon
In tho liopo of getting a commission
(from the Attorney (leneral when a
Eenernl Jail delhciy was Impending
Inqulilci were nnde with Attorneys
WJfcO Irwin, Lo Illond nnd lleers, but
ell these gentlemen stated that they
had not been approached In the mat
"One of the Supervisors told mi',"'
wild Attorney l.e Illond, "(hat the
Hoard hud asked tho Attorney (leneral
to furnish a prosecutor, and that It had
also asked tho County Attorney to ni-
polnt a Deputy County Attorney, but
that both these tequcsts hail been
turned down. Tho BuperWsors there
fore felt that they hud done as much
In the matter as could be expected
fioni them, and Hint In caw there were
no prosecutor nt Knllua the burden
icsted on the County Attorney and
not on litem,"
It Is quite pioh.iblo that this In a
tomptcto statement of the attitude
which tho majority of the members of
tho Itoaid take.
I.yinnu stated that he hail not been
consulted since tho meeting of (lie
Hoard nt which Smlth'n salary was
cut out, nnd that lie knew nothing fur
ther nbout It.
'I saw Lewis about It a couple of
dnjs ago," said Desha. "1 Rtwgcsleil
to him that a special meeting ua
called to make muio arrangements to
meet the situation. He xnld that tlrjt
might he done, as there were at tho
time it majority of the members of tho
Uo.ird In town, namely Hhipmnn, Ly
man, himself and myself, and wo
could legally hnvo a special meeting.
He said that ho would boo the other
members about It, and that was tho
last I heard about It."
"I went to seo County Attorney Wil
liams while I was In Honokan yester
day," said Chairman lli lint Sun
day ntter his return from llmmikim.
"I asked If there was nn thing I could
do for liltn, and ho said 'No'; that ev
erything wns In the hands or Carl
Smith. Then I did tint pursue tho sub
ject any further.
"I, have done nothing about a spec
ial meeting or the Supervisors, but am
ready to call one If tho majority or
the members of tho Hoa-d so desire.
It takes a thrco days' notice. My per
ronnl oponlnn, speaking for myself
and nut for tho rest or tlm Hoard
whoso opinions I cannot glf. It Hint
llio responsibility and tho ul-un rnr
the situation, in case there Is no pros
ecutor nt Knllua, rests with thu Coun
ty Attorney. Ho Ih tho man who Is
paid to attend to tho legal wort of tho
County, and If ho is prevented by Ill
ness from doing so himself ami still
neglects to furnish n deputy, then It Is
up to hint."
'Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
'tnllctin Editorial Room Phone 185.1
Ballinger Sees His Mistake
Declares For Conservation
WASIIIN'dTON, 0(t. 27 No' th.it tU- biltci feeling over the
chnrges nnd (.oiinter charges passed in the Interior department between
Secretary Ilalllnger mill UitTord l'lnehot. forest r chief. Is subsiding,
the lines of policy nro becoming less tangled nnd more definite. In u
stntement Issued today, HallliiRor comes out Hat footed and emphatic
ally upholds the right use of the country's natural rctourccs llng with
in the public domain. ",
This Is considered somewhat or n modification of the "ronservntlo
statements" and !c radical In Its sr pe. At thu conservation longiess
held 111 Seattle Ilalllnger expressed iilmrelf as desiring to be Judged from
his actions nnd not fiom his words and tho actions Hint will follow his,
latest statement aio c.igorly nw'nlted.
Il.illlnger's statement wus made In connection with the organization
of tho National Conservation Association In New York which has Just
elected Dr llllot. ex-presldent of Harvard I'ntvorsltj, us its hem!. Tho
organization Is Munched lor the purpose or promoting legislation con
ducive to the end cxpiesscd In Us title.
DR. COOK WILL BR1NO PROOFS OF DISCOVERY.
MISSOn.A. Mont., Oct. 27. Dr. Tiedcrlck A. Cook, who Is touring
the west lecturing, made n statement hero today in the rourso or nn ad
dress, that would Indltute that he will nt last take steps to present to tho
world substantial proofs of the validity of Ills claim ns the dlscoxcror of
tin- North Pole. '
He stated thut the arraugcmeiitn hnvo been completed to bring to
Amerlcn the Hsklmos who accompanied him on what, if verified, will be
his remarkable dash to the npex of the world.
According to his stntement, tho natives will not bo blouglit here
until next September, nlmost a year hence, nnd although he gave no
leiiMiiiH ror his delay In advanrlng this, his greatest prooL It Is under
stood that ttuvollng and climatic conditions nro responsible.
Knud Ilifiuusteii Is now In Greenland ixnniltilng the Csktmos be
longing to tho snme tribe as those who accompanied Dr. Cook, nnd lum
sent word to Hie civilized world that tho cxplotcr' story Is correct.
Wondc iias been expressed that Ilasmurscn does not bring theso men
back with him nnd settle the question which is at prerent causing to
much bitter reeling.
m i mm m
RUSSIA PAYS TRIBUTE TO ITO.
ST. pirrmisiii'im. Oct. "7. Tin. iinr.ins of the covcnimciit In their
Issued tndav iniiko the stalement that the death of Prince Ito or .Inpan Is '
Russia's loss ,as It Is the loss of nil governments. In spite of the fact that
the clash with the Oriental power loft tho While Kingdom in n ferment
Hint has not jet entirely subsided, and that the lato Prince was n fiutor
In Japanese diplomacy. Itself initiating against the Asiatic policies of
Russia, tlm statement bears tho stamp of conviction rather than pol
icy. The itrll'tito to Ito fiom this qu.nter is considered tho greatest.
(Continued from Pace 11
Thursday night, Sfov. I. This Is an
annual ntTalr, mid the committee ex
perts to make It the grandest affair
of the hcason.
A largo tent, rumclcnt to hold
about 200 people, will bo erected
on the grounds of Die .Muchlztikl
club. This wilt bo brilliantly Illu
minated with elcctilc lights and
Y Takal.uwa, secretary of the
Japanese Merchants'. - lAssoclatlon,
said josterday that about 200 gueslH
will bo Invited, nnd that ItivlliillouJ,,'
will soon bo Issued by tho committee . .
which has charge of tho arrange- 4t ),
After the teccptlon follows thu .'
banquet. Tills done, thu guests wlll-jldi
bo entertained by the singers, prob
nbly the geisha girls nnd other, ninus- .t.m
Among tho passengers to leave Ho
t'olulu for Kauai ports thin afternoon j
Is Col, 7.. S. Spalding, who ban Just re
turned from a. luislncsi trlii to tjio
Mighty Severe Price Cuts
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