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EVEMINQ nltLLETlN. HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, JAN. 22, 1910.
'.(History. Of The Controversy That Led To
A ' The Dismissal Of Forester
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3. Arguing p,i60, Fl tlmt It nnv not be capitalized
ngnlr.Bl tho Mann reinsert niltm lillt I by the ci.mp.uu and bicomo the bar.ls
iind thu I'lnchot Idea ot conservation ' ,,f "' lM"e of El0,," ""' l,(mi,s! I,m
'&.f national resources, Keprcaenmtlvo ! ""'' "'" "fj!"!" !;!?TnM
.. ,. O...U1. .....!...'... ,. nr i... I cither natlen.tl. Stato or local, should
. ... , nt i
today nmcjl upon the house . rcp.re-,
rentatlv,athroBngo.1f .Nhl tur,.;
easements for tho development of wn
ter powtjr slten eo as to lot the Slates
work out tho conservation problem for
Smith lovlowcd tlio conservation
1lBht and described water rlRhtn r.n I
.Slate lawn that regulate them.
"1 want tf make It perfectly cloar,"
lirt flnhl "thill nnnri-fstt tint tintlilnfr
.-whatever to do with tho dlsnosnl of i
water rights. Somo eastern publics-
tlbis frequently refer to tho inllnn'ii
valuablo water rights, but literally it
)ia3 none. When tho national govern
jnent wants to npproprlato water for
tho Irrigation ot Ita own Innd It must
liroccci! ncconllnir to tlio Stntn lnv
whero tho waler and hind nro iltn.i
"Those who claim to he nrilwi.iov
conservationallsts assert that
ments for tho development of rater cents " l"lb,lc "mc" llu 1,cco!llca n
lower represent national nssots and ! "'""'''-c '" "10 0vc,, "r nm of "llr
' hhould bo bold for a prico. Others take ' 1'cn''lt' al111 llls l'rovlol, "'c "r honsty
' tlio opposite view and with them I muI rcctlt,l1. l8 no "'arrant ot of
concur. In tho century nnd n quarter ,flcl"' "wrlty. ills acts nro mlscon
ot this nation's exlstrtirn U im. nnvnr I "! ""'I "Is motives questioned.
treated national opportunities as stock
In trade, and It would be manifestly
unfair to change that iol!cy as to a
low fcnt!irc3 iiow remaining In ouo
Tart ot tho country. Hut there Is n
lietter reason than that n funda
mental one. Tho United States of
'America Is not In business looking for
.dividends nnd profits. It In n govern
t.mcnt pure nnd simple. It has all
rilong Invited tho Individual to take
hold of gifts of nature nnd convert
them to tho uses nnd eujoyment of
Ids fellow men, taking tho Increment
to himself. That Is mill tho safe and
"As a matter of taxation, tho Ideals
equally Indefensible. First, because It
nvould bo nn Invasion of tho Stale's
legitimate Held of taxation nnd second
ljccanso tit tho grois inequality ot such
Smith argued that tho limnosoil liit'i
is not permitted under tho ronslltn
tlou because It would nmoiint to fed
oral regulation ot corporations oper
ating wholly within Stato boundaries.
"lint somo nro contending that such
a power may bo crcnted In tlio na
tlorial government by tho contract
granting tho casement."
Smith's Claims. '
, "That Is to xay, wo will glvo you
tho right to rross tho puljllo domain
It you will ngrco to charge consumers
only such rales ns nomo federal mil
dais shall name.1- A moro extraordin
ary proiiosltlon has seldom been pre
Bcnlcd nor ,ono moro offensive to tho
,' "Jt means that the peophx, nctlng
through their Stato nnd local covem.
.ments, cannot bo trusted to caro for
iiiuniseives; too protecting wing of
,numo icucral oniclnl must bt spread
over them. Who has n richt i Bf,,-
.'that tho people nro not to bo trusted
In their local governments? or that
iiu ciaio siiouid abdicate the r iirm
ntlves in favor of fconio bureau chief
iro ni washlngloii?
"Tho suggestion Is offcnalvn li in.
Idlcts tho integrity and sanity of the
Jiooplo In their local affairs tho tamo
u-wpio, ny u,o way, which springs this
lunch-vaunted federal authority.'
u wouki uo caticr nnd cheaper.
juiiui ueciareu, tor a corporation, If It
"ieslrcd to purchnso tho Inilnonm. ,.r
t mu foderal offlclal than n largo num-
.. 'er ot aiaio ami local o.Tlclals Beat-
ten-d throughout the States.
it "" ninnit.
.- The States having iho lullhil fac
J Jgr, tho water right, to bestow mid bo-
. uuruvncu win, every duty in ron
nwllon with tho construction mp o.
.ration ot tho plant." 10 conclude.l "It
has setmed to m0 that tho wlso Uilng
ttl do was to turn over in n. .,..; ....'
f Slates in trust for tho penplo tho ease
'& a i 'i'"-8"0" ami glvo ihuni -,,
reo hand In wo Vtnc out Mm h,,i.
Iqiiostlon. A bib tj that ,..,. !,
Iliern widely illsniisscd In Iho w-stern
press iiuiinit (ho mkt r,m ,,,,,1,11,.. 1
Wis Iho roihtiiI ondoiseniMit ..vr..i
B -jimoiig those who say tlio ueop'u ,
t'i "'ui oe trusted.
vtncincr tills easmiiiMit i. ,-
I gt 0 tho iiowof comiianles by tbo fe'dirnl
"..iiiivmi. or luffed through hc
Iiands of tho Sfntos. It fhould ho
eranioa ,in tnist for tho nmnin ......
Jho public's foiitrlbiitlon to th ,inr.
dec Ule to Eutiulro the plant, a price
. WmM bMl0W ',,.
Se.ietor Jencs Explain?.
After tlio I evolution had been road
In the upper hniico Senator Jones of
Wiuhlnttnii rxplalnoil It lit a speech
citlaglxlta Seoretaiy . IlJlllnser nnd
tllfthilmlns nr.y purpnRc of "while
washing" his ndmlnlstrutlon of the
"The vatlous department! nnd bu
reau of tlio Rovernment nro organ;
tzcl." ho nld, "to do Ita business In
tho Intbiosta of Ibo people. I'vcry of
ficial la but tlio servant nnd ncent of
tho people to act tor them under nnd
within tho limits nf tho hw,
Tho efllcloncy cf public servlco do
l-'"'! !' tbo rtinfldenco of tho poo.
ldo In tho honesty, nnd Integrity of
'belr Bcrvnntfi and nsciits. It Is n sad
commentary tin the talo of public
Case-!"lnlon ,1,',t ,llc n'n'"t lnjl1 nc'
"Insinuations and Innuendoes nro
freely mndo under tho guise ot tho
public welfare but In reality to foster
some private Inlcrcst. Popular views
nro taken ndvantao of to discredit an
oillclal, who, after Investigating nil
phases of a subject, may reach a de
cision at vatlnnco with somo prlvato
Interest. Many do not stop to think
how seldom hnvo government ofllclals
gone aslray coin'.ured with their op
portunities nnd temptations for wrong
doing. In Iho bundled nnd twenty-fltc
yearB of our national llio few of tho
men In high pruitlcma have bca
actuated by other than tbo highest
and most patriotic motives. Tills
khould caiui'.our people to hcdltato to
nccept charges of bnio conduct against
their public fcrvants without Investi
gation and ptoof.
"Tho press tuvl mRsazlnes of the
country for sevt-ral months havo been
filled with chaises against tho present
secretary ot tho Interior and his con
duct of (he ollleo ho holds.' These
charges ranga linni p"tty Insinuations
and liiniicudooy to direct cbargas of
malfeasance and mlsconlurt In ollleo
which, If trite, fhow that ho had most
unworthily discharged his trust.
moment's thought rbniild causo an
honest nnd l.ilrnilnde.l man to hesi
tate to accept such charges agjlnst
n man whose whola life heretofore has
been ono of tho highest rcctltudo nnd
iigaltist whom 110 illsliononihla charge
has over been mudn In either private
or public lire. Such u mnn is tho
present secretary of tho Interior."
Senator Joiie outlined Iho record
of Secretary Unlllngcr. Ho Ktuled that
Dnllliigcr's ndmlnlstratlou ns mayor of
Seattle has slnco that tlmo been a
model for his successors nnd that he
nccopted tho otrico of commissioner of
tho general lniiiHifflco only at Ibo gen.
ernl solicitation or SeerelaVy (lap
"I.'o nceepled his present position'
said Senator Jones, "only on tho earn
est follellntlon of thw President. Ho
did not seek It. It meant nothing to
him but hard work and poor pay. He
gavo up a largo i.inl lucrative law
practice simply i,t tho fall of patriotic
duty. Is It pcsslblo Hint ho at onco
became tho scouildrel and tho nrch
enemy ot tho people- that ho hns been
reported In tho public press? I can
not believe It. If ho hail used his high
offl.ee to advanco special Interests, If
bo tins sacrificed tho peoplo for prl-
tiuo or personal gain, let It bo shown.
If, on Iho other hand. Iho people ha'vo
been decelvid and ho has been un
justly accused, that should lio shown,
not. only Unit Jusllco may ho dono
hlin. but that Iho coufldenro of thu
public In tho honesty and Integrity of
Its public servaiilH,iinnji lui restored
and strengthened nnd tho animals of
tho nttacks disclosed.
Senator Jones hero took orcislon to
,doclaro liat Secretary llallliiger Is
nno cf tho most radical 'conservation
Isla In America. Ho' illffoi-H from Iho
1'lnchot people; tins SeiiiilOr staled
only with regard lo Iho methods tube
"Ono thing la Biiro." ho cried "wo
avo had feveral years of talk nii'..t
conrcrvatlon, wo hnvd b'ad 'plntltu'do
piled upon phititudu lii'tbe'mo'ut tlra -
jnatlc way but no specific or detailed
plans for .conservation have been pro-,
raking. up ill detail Ballinger re-
Minimcndntltin for conservation legls-'
latloii, Senator Jones declared that
I hoy nro the first concreto proposals
fiir conversation over made,
"Conscious of tlio puKty of Ids mo
tives nnd tho rectitude, ofhls. Inten
tions," thb Senator concluded, "the
secretary of the Interior weleomes this
Investigation. I have presented the
resolution calling for this investiga
tion, not In bis behalf' or In antagon
ism to hny other official of tho govern!
incut, but In the Interests of good
administration and In order that' thq
nooplo mas' know tho facts of this
deplorable, controversy nnd for tho
Judgment therein of im Impartial body)
.Tills resolution has becii drawn directs
lug the cbnimltteo tp'liives'llgalo' along
certain ami speciuc lines nnu men sir
Uiorlty Is,glvou It .'to make any furth
er Investigation that it may deem ile-
slrablc. Tho intention Is to secure Iho
broadest and most 'thorough Invcsllga
.Hon. If the resolution can be, made
broader and morp rigid, anil n more
thorough investigation , secured, It
should bo' dnno' mid 'will bs welcomed
by tbo scsrotiry. Ifo wahln no while-
wash: ho wants no partial Investlgv
tlou ho wutils It rigid Ih'orougli. com
plete and conducted without fear or
"As to the action of tho land 'of-
fluo on thes claims (tho Cunning
ham coal entries)) 1 assert that tho
land Ollleo ordered the Cunningham
claims to patent without duo investi
gation when Commissioner Uullltlgcr
kuew they were under suspicion;
that while In ofDcu Commissioner
Dalllnger tinted congress to pass, a
law which would validate fraudulent
Alaska claims; that shortly after re
signing from office ho became attor
ney for tho Cunningham group and
other Alaska claims; that soon after
he became secretary of the interior
his office rendered, a decision which
would have validated all fraudulent
Alaska claims. A reversal of that de
cision on -every point was obtained
from Attorney-Oenoral WlekorBhani.
Had It not been for Mr. Wlckershnm's
decision every fraudulent Alaska
claim would-have gene to patent.
li. 11. 0I.AV1S;
8tory ef the Row.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5. This Is the
story ot tho Dnlllugcr-I'liicliot row,
It began with tha refusal' of Richard
Achilles 1 Dalllnger wllhlii n few.
weeks after ho became secretary ,of
tho Interior, on' Match fi last to with
draw from enlruy certain small pop
tlonK of the nubile lands for so-called
ranger ,sltcs. at tho request of'OIBord
Pinehot, chief of tln I'lorcst Service
of the Dnpartincnt of Agriculture. ,
The dispute has grown, until today It
Is admittedly the Idrcmost fdaUlro-'of
President Tail's administration. Orig
inally a petty departmental affair,, It
I has, expanded until of late It has" re
sulted In whisperings of a "Dack from
Elba" movement, with Theodqro
Hoosovclt In the rolo of 'Napoleon njid
tho activities of the Forest Service and
Its ofllcluls ns part of a widespread
plot for tho discrediting of tho Taft
regime It has engrossed tho uttqn
Hon of tho e.ablue't, while Important
international affairs .waited;' preceded
long lists ot distinguished personages
A 1 with Important business on tho en
gagement lUt'.of President Taft, and
finally', has halted congress in Its bus-
In Iho last days of tho preceding
administration, James It. Unrflcld. tho
then secretary of tho interior, by di
rection of President Roosevelt, and
with tho idea bf preserving' tho publlo
domain from monopolistic exploitation,
bad withdrawn from entry vtist tracts
of land located along1 westorri rivers,
peculiarly adapted for furnishing hy
draulic, electric liowcr.
During the last, two weeks of March
1909, (larflcld kept tho midnight car
bons aglow In his office poring ovpi
maps or western Etutcs, nnd stabbing
with little pins ns marks for with
drawn!, rivers' which seemed to havo
power silo K)8SlbllltlC8.
, T.'ieso. withdrawals, were tinder tho
"supervisory authority" ot tbo secre
tary, ot the. Interior This authority.
,f5nrfleld held, gave hi in the right (o1
wiliiuraw appnicntiy valuable lands
until cougrcss should hnvo tlmo to
legislate regarding their futuro dlspo.'
sl'tfon, . '
Then tho Taft reglnlo began, aiid
llfllllnger roidared flarflehl' lii the III-1
terlor department. Chlct Forester
I'lncliot, ithrough his superior, 8ecre-'
tnry Wilson, of tho denartment of
agriculture, had boon rcconimcuningl
to tho Interior department; for with
drawal, its' ranger Files, Htuiill tracts I
In the publlo domain outside ot tlio ,
Therq hnd boon no difficulty under
tbo Hoorovelt adiululstrutlon, butt
when (ho flrat batch 'of these- proposed'
withdrawals, located In tho States of
Washington nnd Oregon, touched Scc-i
rotary Ilalltngpr, hd, refused to npprovo '
thorn, saying Hint such notloli woubr
bo adding, tie thu forest reserves a
powc,r held exclusively by congress
In those States.
nils, was the opening gun. Sccre-
tury Wilson took the matter to Pros', Ltd'S Holllster DrUg Co., Ltdij
blent .Taft who n-ferrnrit to Attor.lCunmWs Drug Co., Ltu.f Hllo Drug
ncr-floncr.il Wlckprslinm, whbre"lt'la'y
mourns, it was flmilly decided In
favor of Secretary nalllnger.
..ht'fdrc the sinok"of the ranger silo
sklrinfsli 'cleared" owny, fomebody dls
.covercd. that ficcre(arv nit(ii3?n was
hard at nvork and hs;l bfa'i rlnea n
week nftor his taklnj oSlea -10 t.irlng
to entry nillllon.i of ilwie !' t '
ncrCB Hint ItoWvclt an I tl"ri"i' li'id
withdrawn only a short UnT- Ipfil.'".
llnlllngpr foundeil bis iei.tar.itj jus WCCKly, but "Imitation Is the elnccr
on the theory that the secret.i.y ol the1 r,, fnrm nntterv." Should ex-
Interior has nono ot the "supc-lsory
authority" which Seeretnry (la.-ftclcl
had quoted to Justify tho wllhdwva a
Out ot tho west cainci a chorus of ills-
approval. Dallmger continued his res
torations, im'tll tho 'matter was called
to the attention of President Taft, who
declded'ln favor of tlb "supervisory
This br.oii3ht..tho Ilalllngcr ndmlnls
tratlou down to August 191ft nu I then
through the lowering clondbin'ts then)
flashed, with 11 thuudcrou.i report, the
Olavls charges, regarding tho Cunning
ham coal mines In Alaska.
Reopens Case. v
It was with tho Cunningham claims
In this situation jhu't (llavls Jijurncycd
from Seattle to tlcvorly, Mass'., last
summer nni laid the rase before
President '.Taft. The whole west by
tha tlmo '.was nblare with the dlcis
sloh'"ot" the Balllngor-IMnchot con-li-oversy.
Ilolb of the prlnclpJlH were
nttcndltig rival "Conservation Con.
grosses" in tho wost. Plnchnt uniting
speeches dcmindiilj the "iireseailon
of the land for the people" and rial
linger declaring tint "Plnchnt Is try
ing to run the. Interior Ipirtment."
Thon came Iho prtl letter from the
President to Secretlry IJ.illluger com
pletely exonorntlng- him. nnd charac
Icrlzlng the Olavls charges as mere
"shredii of suspicion." Olavls was
discharged arid tho administration
wnlled for the unplcisan Incident tn
bo forgotten. Hut this Is Jut whil
did not happen. Chvls carried his
charges Into th6. public prints, and
tlio nattlo was renewed with vigor.
Finally tho situation b"camc so acute,
that I!alllngcrrJiist before the Christ
inns holidays, wrote a letter to Sen
ator Jones of Watblnglnn. demand
ing n congressional Investigation, not
only of bis own 'conduct but of tint
of tho onjotals of the Forest Service
whom he 'charged with Inspiring the
attacks upon his administration. This
letter wns read to tho Senate, nnd
arrangements wero made for tho In
(induction Immediately after the re
convening of Congress of a resolution
providing for nn Investigation.
Central Union Church.
Tho dny will ho given over prac
tically all day to tho Clark Christian
Tho Sunday School and Men's
League Illblo Class will meet nsusu-
nl at 9:,r.O a. in.
At 1 1 o'clock Dr. Frnncls K. Clark.
President of tlm ttnli'0,1 rhriaiim,
Society, who Is lust r'ottirnlnir from
a tour of tho world. Is expected to
jt 3 o'clock dn this church n 'tun
lor KndeyAor Rally will bo held when
Mrs. F. K. Clark wll ho the princi
pal speaker. This meeting Is Intond
od especially for tho younger people,
tho Sunday School scholars of tlio
city. Hut tho grown up nro a'so In
vited. Tho evening services nro omitted
at Central Union In order (hat ev
erybody may attend tho " Kndenvor
mass meeting at Kawalahao' Chuch
whofo Or. Clark. SecrctaryShaw nnd
others of the Kndenvor Party vll
Admission to this service up to
fills will bo to Christian Kndcuvor
crs only. After that It will be open
' Tho Soubrelle "Hid you ever hoar
Jho new barytone sing, 'Rocked in tb6
Cradle of tho Deep?"
4M.J.0W ,-. Comedian ''-Yes, twlco and
lUtwlu. jno s cgslck. bpth. times." , "
a LitrLt mm
for the stomach will-be
of .great benefit to
anyone, when it it
weak1 and unable' to
do its work properly,
thus .causing the blood?
to become" poor. But
be' sure it'is '
Then you' have1 the
4 best,, and .purest .that
'science can".; produce,
For. over. W yearn it
' naY' been proving'' its
.merit incases of.Bloat-
in'tj,' ! PoorV Appetite,
. and Ufalarta . - . .
II i- u
'II VI kl ILUI
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Co,: aui1 at nU Wholesale Llauor
THE KOH a L
("And the First Shalf Be L
Wo are not Issuing this publico-
Hon wltb'tho Idea of filling, a long-'
felt wanf-or of uplifting nnybodV or
nnythlng. Wo wouldn't bo harsh
enough to do that to a bow-wow.
Our Idea Is to" indulge In n little
hnrntless amusement, even at our
own'expenso. 'Tis, true that n cer-
tnln similarity may bo observed bo-
I ween this nnd a well-known local
jcc:,ton i)e taken to anything In our
icotumns tho matter wlll'lie attended
(o tn lll0 11Pil ,3Ue nH cvcr 9.
TI1I.1 .uclng tbo festive season, the
llrf.lgot s, staff Is organizing a pan
tomime. This work of dramatic art
Is Entitled "The .I-a'dy, aild the I-caf-Hopper,"
and tho' cast Is, partially,
Fairy Trlnccss , ,
. . . .Tnklharn San
Full Moon. . . . i.
Imperial Mixer. ,
Right Hind Leg of the Royal Elc
. phantv.s.,..,..-P. W P. lljuctt
Karon Jlohcmenl ....II. L. Holstetu
Wnndcrlog Minstrel. .. .K. Vnukhan
Forest Nymph , .0. C. Watt
denial Gc'nlo ...... .-.'. F. C.J'actow
(To bo pcHoclly fratlk we ' will
state Hint nono of the above-mentioned
gentlemen have yet been con
tutted In the matter.)
The following Is n copy of the
opening chorus as sung by tho
nrldgot's staff, disguised as Juve
niles, actat 7 to 12:
CHORUS i '
"Wo'ro a lot of little nippers, tho'
we're wearing mnn'a sized slip
pers," And the whiskers on our faces ate
all our owh.
We're a lot of llttlo devils come down
from higher levels
To make tho latest news and gos
If the news bo sometimes, lacking,
then our llttlo brains wo're
To find tho' wherewithal to fill the
Imcs wo'll wnx
Sometimes wo'll wnx sarcastic at tho
County's Law elastic,
Or cmphnslzo the fact that a
young man's shaved his face.
Or we'll talk society, Ita doings and
Its picnics and its meetings nt tha
With llttlo sldo remarks on Cupid's
And a guess at whom he's snoot
lug up this fall.
Now, nltho'ugh wo may not charm,
wd surcly'mean no harm,
And wo think our little papeVs
SAUI.T STK. MA'RIi:. Jan. 21.
nlilcty were injured whcil a Cuundlau-Paclflc train plunged over 11
steep embankment near Uspanola, today. A broken, rail wns responsi
ble for the horrible tragedy. Four coaches went over the cnibunk-
mentj two ot them wero submorged In tho river and two were de
stroyed by fire.
At the foot of tho cmbankmont flows a deep river, and into this
two of tho passenger coaches' were' precipitated.
Tho other two coaches which went over tbo cliff lodged on tho
tlvei- bank nnd Hki.'o within wero saved tho horrors of drowning within
prison walls. These lattc'r coaches booh burst Into Haines, nnd - thu
shrieks' of agony reiit the air.
Uninjured passengers and trainmen worked nt rescue, hut, fever
ishly ns the reiscuors worked," th,cy wore" forced to see many die hoforo
their horror-sUlckcn oyes.
: U mtm 1 t
CHICAGO, BUTCHERS FEAR. BOYCOTT.
CHICAGO, Jan. 21. The meat hoycott Is assuming national pro
portions', and. dealers aro becoming- seriously alarmed, The retailors
blame tho packers fo'r tho high, prices of meat which brought about thu
boycott, while tho, packoni lay tbe'blamo on tho farmers.
TI)p pcopjo pf tho pity, numbering many thousands,, nro sticking
.to their pledge Jiut to buy, a pound ot meat, nnd the situation looks
black, for tho retailers.
- 1 1 ' "
MEXICO STILL FRIENDLY.
WASHINGTON, U, C, .-Jan. 21. In the courso of n conferenro with
the President, Ambassador do la Harm of 'Mexico today declared that
tho hostility ugalnst tho United States exhibited by some ot tho Mcx-
Jean newspapers docs not represent
Tbo President mid tienor do la1 llprra dUcusscd tho Central American
sltuitjlun thoroughly. ' "
SAVINGS BANK 'BILL GOOD.
WASHINGTON, D, CI, Jan. 21. Tho Presldont today Bent n men
sago to tho Senate, urging that body to use baste anil' consider somo
measures which he has recommeniled.. Tho President was assured that
the postal savings bank bill will pnssHbe Upper House.
TAGGERT ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. ' '
NATtillMi, Jan, 21. Tom Tagger!, former chairman of Iho Ileipo
cratlc National Coninllttce; waM'ncBldentnlly shot, by his secretary 'w'hlln
out hunting today. Though TngBjirt's wound Is serious, It is not thuught
that. It wlji, 'necessarily jirPXfe ffl'Sji
, 1 ' " . - "- ' ii '"is 1 .- . .
GRAHAM" IN PLACE OF LLOD, '
WASUHNGTON, D. C.(, Jan. 21. RepieEentntlvo Graham of Illinois
was 'today named' to taSo tho'jilacio, of Lloyd on tho llallliiger Investi
gation committee, Lloyd' declined to serve,
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MO KINLEY rfADE CHAI&ANi
WASHINGTON, I). C, Jail. 21. Reprcieiilnllvo McKlnley or Mil
r.ols was today elected cliulpnn.u ot the Republican Congressional Cam
JAPANESE DIET CONVENES.
TOKio, jan. 21. me uiot
uuurces 10 thu upper uuuuc.
t'.") Patent May Be Applied For
For'H gives us occupation In our
spare tlmo and vacation,
And' prlnHng's lot more fun than
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.LOCAL 1TKMS AND SUCH MICE,
The political pot Is beginning to
,;mmcr. 1 Wo hope that, when It
Polls next November, tncro win uo
moio than scum coming to tho top.
Dr. Ilond has been appointed
medical' officer to tbo Civic League
!n 'order that prompt ntlcntlon may
4l0 .)attl to BUCi, lnc,nbcrs ns may bo
eut of order.
With so many able pastors In our
churches, no member or tins com
munity has any excuse for' dispens
ing with the consolations of re
ligion. Flro Insuranco may' also be ob-
tnlncd from 0. P. Tulloch.
"Silence Is Golden." Tho rriem-
hers of tbo Kohala Civic League do
not' consider that tbo directors of
Hint body shoull entirely adopt this
motto in regard to their proceed
ings. That Is a very absent minded
young man, who recently attempted
to go to Kukullinele from Honbkna
via Kawalhac, Mahukonn, Awlnl
a ml" tho windward gulches. He now
Hilnks that the gulches cast of Wni
loa should bo provided with step
It is suggested, as one method of
assisting In the preservation 'of the
forests, that autojnobilcs should bo
prohibited from climbing trees.
,Wo always understood that a .min
ister's vocation was to convert erring
mortals into angels, but Dr. Cowan
has departed from tho accepted cus
tom by turning somo of the young
est members of the community Into
P. S. Wq mean printer's devils.
Tho spell of ilry weather from
which the district has been fluttering
recently has been severely bent the
last fow days.
The Christmas season brings Joy
to our midst. A Christmas dinner
too freely partaken ot j Is npt to
bring pain to the same region.
"A bird from tho coop is worth
two from cold ttorage." Ancient
Automobile Physician and Surgeon.
Owing to lack ot apaco',' other ad
vertisements aro crowded out,
Klfly persons wero hilled and
the uttttudo ot tbo government.
KatBura delivered an
Sair - Francisco Hntels
Geary Street, above Union Squaro
" Jiut opposite Hold St. FrncU
, European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
. Steel and brick structure, furnish
ingtcost $200,000. High class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
f erring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
. Ha wali&nlslandheadquarers. Cable
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Sweet and lasting in tone
'quality. We sell it on tho
easy monthly payment plan.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.B
But our stock was so 'large and
assortment so complete that we can
still show you almost anything in
cur line that will make a respectable
NEW YEAR'S GIFT
J. A. R. Vieira
Phone 512. ' 113 Hotel St.
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Sti.
BOOKS!, BOOKS! BOOKS!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.,
Alexander Younc Bldg.
Shapes, Trimmings end Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
CALENDARS and LEATHER'
Dressmaker from Paris.- Stylish
Drcsa'es, tailor-made specialties: Rea
sonable .prices.' Harrison Block;
Beretania and Fort streets.
BERGSTROM, MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' BMfj. Fort St.