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VOL. XI NO, 4430.
OPENS WITH ACTIVITY
With the minstrelsy of national mutlc rlnglrg In their ears, the glory of the morning tun flashing Itt rays
through the assembly chambers, the speelal session of the Legislature opened this morning. Both the Senate and
House organized In record time, and got down to business. Promptness was the order of the hour, and the
specific charge of Governor Frear In hla mesons In rcgird to united action for the benefit of the Territory Im
pressed the lawmakers with the serious task before them. Senator Coelho started the ball rolling In the Senate
by Introducing several blllc, while retclutlons were passed In both Houses. 'There Is a general feeling that the
proposed amendments to the Organic Act, as proposed by Governor Frear and Delegate kuhlo, will be prompt
ly passed when presented. President Smith urge'd harmony and united action. The bills Introduced In the Sen
ate passed first reading, and that body adjourned until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. .Representative Charles
Rice Introduced a concurrent resolution embodying the amendments to the Organic Act favored by Governor
Frear and the Celezite to Congress. The resolution was placed on the special order of the day for 2 o'clock
this afternoon whei an actual beginning was made In the work of considering the amendments.
SENATE GETS DOWN PmiQmnr ' q
Til RIICIMFCC'UUIUIIIUI 0
Organized Without Friction'
-Bills and Resolutions I
I'romplly at 10 o'clock, the Senate
vim culk'il.tu prilcr by Senator linker.
who designated Kjv. I. I), laca to open
, . ,..., ,
tlio session by prayer. Without fur-J
i , (
thur preliminary, the lawmaker pot
down to orBinlzaltnn. Senator Coelho
nominated V. (). Smith to resume Ills
i cat oh picsldcnt. Ilia election watt
iiniinlnioiiK. Benalw Kiilnnui was
elected vice picslilcnt; Joint II. Vlio
cleik; OiorKo K. Low, assistant r'crk;
Huv. luaic I), lut-n ch.ipliln; John I).
Holt, hcrgonut at mini; (I. W. Mux
well, iiicnseiiKor, ami T. M. Uluknii,
' Thue was llttlo cniiipclltliiii In tlio
appointment. Wlso was Kulectcil bjj
almost a imanliiiuin vote whllo tover
al odd otc went to candidates for tho
ether positions. I'losldcut Smith was
ushered to tlio chair hy Pen itors link
er nnil Coelho, anil Kiiiccfully acknowl
piIhviI tliu honnr. Ho said lio hoped
Hint they could work liiiiiniiiilniiB'y to
Kethor, and niconipIMi rnr tliu Tirrl
tnry tlio purpose for which the 1) -id
iiFMMiililod. Ho then nnnii'd n commit
lee of llirco. Senators Knudtion, Wood
and linker, to notify tlio (lovemor, the
Semite was orKimlzed mid ready for
business. Clerk Wlso vvaB also In
structed to notify tlio House that the
Semite was ready to proceed.
After tlio rcadliiR of tlio (Invcinm'ri
prorlmniitlon, tho roll c.ill and sweir
liiR In of tho ofllrcrs of tho Senate, tlio
(lovornor'B private secretary Claudius
II. Mcllrldo. was announced with tho
Governor's message, which was read
Senator Coelho, Inimolialoly after n
short recess tnl.cn, untitled tliu Senate
of his Intention to Introduce the fol
1. An Act mnkliiR special appropria
tions for the purpose of ikfi.tjlm; tho
epcnses of tho specl.il session of tho
Senntu of tho IlcKlsluturo of tlio Ter
ritory of Huwnll of the enr 1SC9,
2. An Art to cnnlilo persons attain
liiK llio ko of twenty ono years on or
lieforo tho day of uny Kcncrnl election
to resistor, .
3. AllAct to iiiuend Chapter 102 of
the lto IbciI Laws of Huwnll ns amend
ml hy Act M of llio Sosslon av of
1907 liy nddliiK llicrelo it proviso tn
(Continued on Page 4)
For Horses and Cattle,
(lovemor Kroar'n iupiumku nulllnliiK
I the iiiKtp fur w lilt li lie called tlio
spocl.il session of tliu Legislature wan
'transmitted to liotli tlio Hciuto ami Ilia
''lso '" '" " ' niKinlMlIon wns
completed. Tlio ini'ssurtu una nccont-
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ianlcl by u copy of tlio Mil canylng
, .,....,,,. nuicnilmentn of tlio
I Organic Act. Shortly after tlio first
iucsshko was reud the
weie trniiRiulttcd to tlio Scnato for con
firmation. Tho incssiiRO, tho bill und
tliu nppolntmenth follow.
. A MESSAGE FROM THE
Territory of Hawaii, KxocutUo Cham
ber, Honolulu, t. II., Is'o ember
To the l-cRlBlnturo: You are con-
en td In special scksIoii to consider
(Continued on Page 7)
DR. MURRAY'S CHILD DIES.
Tho tin io months old Infant of
Or. and Mrs. II. V. Murray died this
morning after n brief illness.
A woman confederate Is mippohetl to
have aided Oscar DruccKo, iilleKed cni
bcz7ler of New York hospital funds, to
iuiiiu iioiii jt;ut'r-jiiii. c
S. S. Hilonian
v Nov. 2nd.
Next Rrult Boat'
Island Fruit Co., '
72 Kine St. Phone 15.
We serve the best meal in the city
and serve the meals best. There is
a distinction. The difference is in
the price of our fjootl meals and the
ww rJtJjb n sK&sslH
indifferent ones served cls,ewp.cre.
v , Hotel, near Union.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, TZRRITOBY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY,
IN RECORD TIHE
' "The Houso will pleaso
I'romplly nt 10 o'clock this mornliifi
tho Houbo of KoproBontathes of the
hpcclnl scsBlon of tho Legislature was
called to order by Kdward Woodwnid.
tlerk, who Ininiedlutcly proceeded with
the reading of a communication ad
dressed to himself by Claudius Mc
llrldo, transmitting n copy of tho proc
lamation issiiod by tho Qntcrnor under
dalu of October 19, 1909, convening; Ilia
LcKlstnliiro for tho special seshlou fur
cr.tislilcrallon of amendment:) to tho
Upon the conclinfon of the readluK
of tho conimtinlcatlon Seiker Hoi
rtclu walked to his desk and Chiplain
I.ono then luvolked tho dlvlnn hlebsliiK
on tlio deliberations of tlio special ten
sion of 1909.
Tho calllns of the i (ill was then pro
ceeded with and showed that (ho nb
tentees were Ilcpicscntatives Itobert
ShlnKlo and Knmaliii. Wlien ShliiRle's
nanio was reached In tho calling of tho
roll Speaker Holsteln read a cable
from tlio absent legislator rcadlnK.
Impossible return until sixteenth." so
Shingle will not1o present during tho
special deliberations. Kamahu arrived
Inter, and Shlnglo will bo tho only ab
Speaker Holsteln named a commit
tea of three, consisting of Iloprescnta
tives Douthltt, Kawcwchl and I.lko, to
wait upon Oovornor Krcar and Inform
him that tho Houso of Roprosentatlves
was In session and ready to consider
Tho first resolution. Introduced by
Representative Sheldon of Knual, pro
vided for tho retention of all tho olfl
ceis and committees of tho 1909 ses
sion with tho oxcoptlon of tho Inter
preter, Robert Ik)d boliiR named In
placo of W, II, fleers, recently appoint
ed County Attorney of Hawaii. No
lyovlslon is inado for a stenographer,
unit a stipulation Is made, of $73 for tho.
Tho resolution wj adopted with a
i ThoiofflcerB of tho llnuso for tho
special session nro If. U Holsteln,
Speaker; Charles A. Rico, vlco SpOeW
or, Edward Woodward, clork; Harry
Klthulo, sorgeant iit-nrnis Rov. W. N.
I.ono, chaplain; James Apau, messen
gor, and J. W. Kahlonit, Janitor,
Tho prollmlnury details of organiza
tion were hurried to n speedy conclu-
slon In tho Houso and a recess had to
bo taken to uwnlt tho formal notifica
tion from tho Senato that It was organ
ized and ready to proceed.
'Tho notification wns finally received
at 10s -10 and a communication from
tlio flovornnr acknowledging tho visit
of tho committee of tho Houbo hearing
I nWi"nmJjf"n iVot'sVi'TWiST t COMPANY, LIB. J
1 uMr'A'M 023 Fort StVcct
(Conknued on Pa 3)
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 2. Return
fro mthe election in this city are
very flow in coining in, and there ii
every indication of manipulation in
the Tammany diitricts. Returns
thus far received indicate thatvGay
nor, the Tammany ' candidate for
Mayor, is leading the vote.
I Throughout the state the Repub
licans have generally been success
ful.. Fuhmann, Republican, is elect
ed Mayor of Buffalo; Mann, Repub
lican, is Mayor of Troy, and Edgar
, ton, .Republican, is Mayor of Ro
chester; REFORMERS DEFEATED. I
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Nov. 2.
Indications from the returns in this
city, are' that the Reformers have
been defeated ill the municipal cam- '
paign. Roten is re-elected District1
.VAHEY CAIQUES BOSTON.'
BOSTON, Nov. 2. Vahcy, the
Democratic candidate for Governor
of Massachusetts, is leadintr in the
vote for. Governor in this city. In
dications are that he will carry the
city, but the state will probably
make up the necessary majority for
urapcr, me itepuoiican.
(Snccial Bulletin Cable.)
PEKIN, Nov. 2. The Japanese
residency at this nlace has been
withdrawn following the promise of
the Japanese government to retite
from this section of the Chincte em
POTTSVILLE, Pa., Nov. 2. A
butcher of the town committed a
most horrible crime here today, and
it can be accounted ifor only as an
insane act. The man completely de
capitated his wife and child, and
then finished by hilling himself.
1 PLATE GLASS
923 Fort Stiver
NOVEMBER 2, 1909. 12 PAGES.
WASHINGTON, Nor. 2. The
United States District Court of Ap
peals has confirmed the judgment of
the trial court that found labor
leaders Oompers, Morrison and
Mitchell guilty of contempt of
Under the findinei of the lower
court, the noted labor leaders were
sentenced to serve a term of impris
onment for violating the order of the
court in an injunction to prevent a
stove works company from being
published as "unfair."
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2. This
city is fighting one of the fiercest
political battles of its history today,
and from tremendous appearances a
tremendous vote will be cast. Run
ners for the partisans are very act
ive, and the greatest contest is over
the district attorneyship, in which
Franub . Heney is the leading can
didate. The outcome of 'the election is so
doubtful that no one attempts to
forecast it with reasonable surety.
The betting is in favor of Heney for
District Attorney, and McCarthy, the
union Moor uanaiaaie ior mayor,
HARBIN, Nov. 2. The Japanese
police authorities today took Inohan
Angan, who assassinated Marquis
Ito, to Seoul. With the assassin
were alleged accomplices in the plot
who have been gathered up by the
police since the fatal day, The trial
of these men will take place in
PEKIN, Nov. 2. The Prince Re
gent of China was today made the
object of a signal honor by -the Jap
anese government. The decoration
of the Order of the Chrysanthemum
was conferred upon him by the Em
peror of Janan.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28. Su
gar 90 degree centrifugals, 4.36
cents or $87.20 per ton. Previous
quotation, 4,283 cents,
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. ,1 Su
lent' Beets, 88 analvsis. lis 8 3-4d.
' ?tntt; -Mp"
In the afternoon bcssIoh of the
House Governor Krenr and Delegate
Kuhlo appeared before the Legisla
tive body and talked on the bill, re
garding tho amendment of icrtnln
sections of the Organic Act. l-'ienr
Dist spoke to the House us follows:
"In the proposed amendments It
is necessary for tlio Territory of lln
wall, through llio Legislature, t"
amend certain scittons of tho Oi
ganlc Act In order Hint the -lands
may be utilized, so that the people
here may derive benefit from thcin."
Delegate and Governor Arrive.
I'romplly nt 3 o'clock the Dele
gate und Governor iinlvcd und took
scats beside Chnliman Cohen.
Castro. In addressing them, said
' - .
hat the members of tho House, or t
.easi some or inem. were nnMoiis 17.
..r.,. ,r.. luuiriu .C...UH.K ...e .iu-
posed amendments of the Oiganic
"1 don't want to have the Jlouso
adopt this ImiKirtant ineaniiru until
wf nayo oecn iiirnisneu ni;n " "
wnllan copies of llio snnio," "sl'iritu I
Kama. ."I'ersninilly I dual under-
hinnd lh0"frtnlemB'ol"tIts,1ilIli-lt'lSe'Hirvi.illrtn-'i-odwb.-ffTt lbirf vV
not fair for tho Houso to force tho
Miss Taft Is
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 2. Miss
Helen Taft, daughter of the Prcs
dent, and Secretary and Mrs. Dicken
son were the center of a social func
tio held here today at the old rcsi.
deme of Gen. Stephen Lee.
Nonunion pies, baked to relieve tin
famine caused by tho bakers' slrlki
at Now York, have caused attack on
pie-wagon drivers by mobs.
BY FEDERAL JURY
This afternoon tho Kedcrnl annul
Jury returned n partial report, and
no less than seventeen Indictments
have been innilo. Twelve of Ihcho
nre against Japanese who are accus
ed o tvlolatlons nf tho Kdmunds net.
An Indictment wus nlso returned
ngnlnst Harm Hnnaknhl, a late
For those who want com
fort and dependable wear
coupled with that satisfied
feeling of having a shoe cor
rect in every way,
Sold exclusively at
PRICE 5 CENT!. 1
. r ,.,,
till through I nik Hut tr.uislilcd
copies of this bill bo glvui the Hawaii-
nn nienibiTH of Hie House liof'ire tiny
notion is taken bj Ibis Houso'
Cailro asked tli.it thr lloufo ton
sldcr llio bill netlnn b tit lion. Ku
nlho supported his motion
NnvMililne tried to block llio rousld-
crnllim of I he b II, but bo w.ii, hissed
Custro Inking the Moor, iiimIii sufe'.
rested ll'iil Do'isMo Kuhlo Mid tho
(lovernor be Iniltul to nddroKS tho
House on the bill The sin-gisilloii pro-
llled and Chairman Cohen author-
lied Castro to Inform the -1 1 llinol'lied
1 i-iMiltitmnii tn i mm III mid .iddlCW UlO
When tho Houso ruoiiveiiivl nt 2
lirilHK IIIIH lllll'llll"'!! FU-llJ.T:iimil'
,.,. .,t , lMllllc(M,r Speaker HoL
o'clock this nftcrutxin floprwcntnllvo
(cn (K)k , cmlr .,,, , ,,,;
),IMlIB rrwdved itself Into tliu Com
,i,u,0 ,)f n1(, Whole, tisik up tho coil
I slderiitlon of tho coiicilrn.nl resoln
Kama, who wnnli tj 1 uow the eynj'
fMi'a or llio 10111 utrcnt resolution unit
!( bill Intelligently naked t'inl ull (ho
Hawaii in member 1 bo fiiiiibJi'-l w
Killed At Poll
JACKSON. Ky Nov. 2. Reports
from the election district where
trouble was expected today nre to
the effect that one Republican voter
was killed while at the polls in
roi elver was appoint"-! ir Sol
omon liiolhirs ilealein In onenlil m
rooi nt Vi
nttBbuK ( 1
wl'b bran li"S nt
11 1, C.i e -jo nil 1 St.
posioiiua ofutlul, who w.is neenscrt.
of llio theft of stamps, itc.
O lolleson, iii.ister of n pleasural
truft, was vlndlinted nt the hands!
01 tno i.r.uid Jury. Ilo was charged f
Willi having overloaded tils vesse! 'n4
the danger of llio passcngera. No
trim bill wns returned In his case
niul ho Is ilear of tho clingo.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.