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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
PItOHT SALOON Mile wines nnd 11q-uoi-h.
Cull iiml Hie us. K. Snsakl,
lirop. Ueretanla and Mnutiakea Sts.
A due llnu of domestic ami Imported
wines- anil liquors nt tho Mint Sa
loon, Nuuanu St. 49G4-3m
Visit the sale nt Sing Kal's, 1013 Nuu
aim St. 4958-3m
S. BAKA, COPPERSMITH
AUi KINDS OP METAL WOIIK
Repairing ot automobile lamps a spe
cially, 1'auahl St. 4939.2m
NUUANU AUTO STAND.
For hire at all times, l Packard, 2
Popes. Competent clinuffeur. Nuu-
onil, near Ileretanla. Phone 3158.
I'or hire, night or day, E. M. V, 30;
competent driver. Phono 2085; Iler
ctunln und Maunakea Stn. 4961-3m
Kor hire, He en-seated Packard. Phone
2511. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
The Bllent linrber Shop, on Hotel St.,
has nix new pedestal hydraulic chairs
and ns many first-class American
"Trlid nnd true" rumous Pierce cy
cles. I'or sale by S. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle supplies nnd repairing. All
make; new and second hand. 18
King St. 4948-ly
Bicycles repulred. Our work has nl
ways given satisfaction. Wheels, new
and old, tor sale cheap. Your patron
age rollclted. Kogo & Co , 401 King.
K.' Sato New and second-hand blcy
cles. Agents 'famous Pierce pycles.
Our repair department Is In charge
ot an expert. Iwllel ltd., opp. depot
(!. Komeya Expert bicycle repairing;
all work guaranteed. Js'ew and second-hand
wlieela at low prices
Queen and Punchbowl; Phone 2431.
id 4947-3m , '"
IllRli-grndn blcyclo repairing; expert
work. New wheels at lowest prices
Also suitcases and trunks. N. Kugt
sakl, 195 Hotel St., near River.
, RENTED AND REPAIRED. t
Expert work ut reasonable prices. M.
Uyernura,. opp. Occidental Hotel.
DR. BIRCH Oltlco,
Bldg. Phone 3308.
64 Alex. Young
THE FRANCIS LEVY OUTFITTING
CO. have started u Tallored-to-Meas-tire
Department, There uro other
tailors, but only ona where you will
Hud Quality combined with Style,
high-grade workmanship, a perfect
fit guaranteed (without the bother
end unuoyance of, n try-.on), and
quick service, The largest assort
ment, of woolens to, select from to
be found In the city. Over 100 dif
ferent styles and fashions, all up to
date for 1911 Summer and Autumn
wear. The best cutter In town.
Clothes cleaned, dyad and pressed on
short notice. Called for und dellv
ered. Phone 3029. S. Haruda. 1160
Fort St. 4846-tf
Cleaning, dyeing aiuf repairing; tailor
ing World Clothes Cleaning Co,
1816 Nuuanu, K. Sklgekunl, prop.
SCIENTIFIC METHODS IN BUILD
Ing, when applied by un experienced'
contractor, SAVE YOU MONEY.
1 Jailmates free. J. R. Davis; Tel.
2629, Box 155. 4940-2m
i. ,. ... . tp iewr,wBy' '" .i '
M. Nlshlgaya, house painter, decorator
nnd contractor. No. 1260 Nuuanu
St ; Telephone 3075. 49CO-3m
Otorge Ynmado, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCnndless
Bldg.; Phone 2157.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
15S Hotel Street Phone 2313
Try some of the new
"Red Seal" Records by
famous artists , ,
urffiGSTROM MU8IC CO, LTD.
1'aelflc Electric Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motor and
generators of all capacity for Kale.
1162 Fort St.: Tel. 3132. 4D9-lm
Storage batteries rented, 12 per month;
recharge, SI. Magnetos and colls re
paired. Berger's Electrical Work.
d. Echlgl Employment Otflce. Japan
ese and Chinese labor supplied. Will
take contract work. Emma and Ber
etnla; Phone 2511. 49SS-3in
Korean employment olllce. Competent
male and female help of all kinds on
short notice. Tel. 3011. 1133 Union.
Matsumoto Employment OHlce Al
Japanese help furnished on short no
tice. Tel. 175(1. 900 Alakea, nr. King.
Eukudo Employment Ofllce Cooks,
waiters, yard boys. King at Punch
TJ Ishlbashl, Klnau Employment Of
fice; phone 1879.. 4890-tf
He's coming and he will get you If your
plumbing Is not up to the standard
prescribed by the Board of Health.
WHO? Why, tho sanitary Inspector.
BEAT HIM TO 1T1 See Almeida, the
sanitary plumber. "THE SAFE AND
ONLY WAY," No. 11 Pauahl 8t.;
Tel. 2495. 4945-lm
A place where you can enjoy yourself.
If you ore a stranger, como In and
get ucqualnted. The Progress Bar,
King and Maunakea Sts.
You ran meet him at the Mint Saloon
a nice cool bottle. Come and see.
Nuuanu St., between Pauahl and
"MY OLD. KENTUCKY HOME.'
You will find true Southern hospitality
at the Kentucky Saloon, Alakea, be
tween Merchant pnd Queei Sts.
"Little" John Rodrlgues Cabinet
maker.' Picture framing and furni
ture repairing. String Instruments
repaired.' ''Miller, and Punchbowl.
European hat cleaners. Old hats
cleaned and repaired, like new. Del
11 n Montalba. Kamanuwat lant, near
Sanko & Co., 12C0 Nuuanu, Japanese
expert miniature gardeners. Clean
lots, contract building, painting, pa
perhanglng, cement work, etc. Sup
ply luborers. Phone 3151. 4957-2m
U. Koneko,. 198 Hotel St., corner of
Rtvor. Importer und dealer In all
kinds of Japanese matting.
U. Ogata Watch repairing. Fine work
done with neatness and dispatch
1059 River St. 4948-lm
W. C. LUKE Watchmaker and Jew
eler, 1022 Nuuanu St. 4949-ly
GOLD AND SILVERSMITH
NUUANU, NEAR PAUAHI
First-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2535.
Lee Toinn Manila cigars In bond. Di
rect Importation. Wholesale or re
tail. 33 King St. 4960-3m
Rheumatism,- brain disease, neuralgia,
lumbago, quickly relieved. Recom
mended by a number of prominent
Honolulu citizens. K. Oshlma, 84
Beretanla St. 4936-1m
At sacrifice, these Instruments; 1 Bus-
mead piano, 8125; 1 Chlckerlng, 8150;
1 German upright, 180. J. Sheridan,
162 Hotel, pluno tuner and repairer.
J, Chung, optician. Examination free.
Glasses, to order. Watches and Jew
elry repaired. 19 Hotel St.
Honolulu Painting Company House
and sign painting, paper hanging and
tinting. Jobbing a specialty Import
ers of wall paper, paints, oils, etc. 74
Beretanla St , opp Maunakea St. W.
B. Kam, manager, 4918-3m
Enos the Painter" paints anything and
everything All wyk guaranteed first
class. Also pnperhanglng nnd dec
orating. A trial will cnnvlnc. Union
Bt., above Hotel; Tel. 2210.
Piano taught by experienced teacher In
six months. Now method. 13 month;
8 lessons. Special attention to adult
beginners. "Music," Bulletin otnce.
Mrs. Hodgson, teacher of piano. 1510
Emma, opp. ltoyal School, See sign,
B. II McLaughlin Expert piano tuner
and repairer. Leave orders nt Ho
nolulu Music Co, 88 King St.
Piano and furniture moving our spe
cialty. Nleper Express Co.; Tei. 1918.
O. P. Son res, Magoon Bldg. Notury
public; agent to grunt marriage li
censes. Tel. 2091. 4928-lm
The sanitary regulations are strict.
Save yourself trouble by being pre
pared beforehand. Have Chas. R. PI-
lares, the sanitary plumber, look over
your work. 20 years' experience lias
made him competent. 1120 Union St,
You should have your plumbing done
by a "PLUMBER." Ten years' ex
perience has taught me the science
of plumbing. The only and safe way,
C I. Almeida, 11 Pauahl St.; Tel,
John Mattos, sanitary plumber and
sheet metal worker. Manufacturing
nnd repairing of nuto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 124 Beretanla St.; Tel.
Won Loul Co. Sanitary plumbers and
tinsmiths. Hotel St., bet. Maunakea
and Smith Sts.; Tel. 1033.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
John Pontes Shoes, to order, 87; soles
and heels, $1,30; patches, 25c; rub
ber heels, 70c; ladles' solew and
heels, 81,10. Work guaranteed. Rear
ot drill. 4940-3m
M. Rodrlgues Twelve years of satis
faction. 137 King St., formerly of
Bethel St. Expert shoe repairer.
Y. B. Jong Expert shoe repairing.
Union St.. opp. Anto Delivery Co.
Antonu Cnnete Fine shoe repairing.
223 King St. 4938-lm
Why drink Inferior 'grades when you
can have the best soda at same price?
All our goods comply with pure food
law, Star Soda Water Co ; Tel. 2267,
We use artesian water, muklng -our
soda superior tq all others. A drink
of our pineapple Juice will convince.
Dragon Soda Works; Tel. 3162,
The tailoring company of Chee Quong
has changed hands und Is under new
management. Having enguged a
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guarantee satisfaction. 14 King St.
Wa Sing, manager. 4962-3m
FOOK RANG, formerly tho Oahu Tull
or of Emma and Beretanla Sts.,
withes his old patrons to call and
Inspect his fine line of new fabrics
at his new store, MCCandless Blk ,
Nuuanu and Pauahl. 4951-3m
The Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
repairing. Work guaranteed. Phone
2748. Called for and delivered. Here
anla, next to pumping station.
ALL THE LATEST CREATIONS IN
men's' clothing. Clothes cleaned or
dyed. WINO CHANG, 160 Hotel St ,
near Kekaullke. 4947-ly
Tho Pioneer Merchant tailor. 'Clothes
cleaned, pressed and dyed. Bere
tnnla and Emma Sts. Phono 3125.
Get your next suit from C. T. Aknma
& Co. Satisfaction guaranteed, Mer
chant tallorr, 1039 Nuuanu St.
Dr. U E. Case Office, Lewis' Stubles
Phone 2141. Residence phone, 1113,
New modern 5-room cottage, partly
furnished, 9th Ave. and l'alolo, Kal
mukl. Rent reasonable to right
party. Possession given June 12, Ap
ply J. Rock, on premises, 4949-tf
Up-to-date cottnge every convenience
No. 1325 Pllkol St, corner of Mat
lock Ave. Pojscsslon given nfter
June 23. For particulars Bee "Pratt,"
No. 125 Merchant St. 4915-tr
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dimensions 41x85. The build
ing will be remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to C. Brewer & Co, Ltd.
ROOMO AND BOARD.
THE LELAND 627 Beretanla; 'Phono
1308. Mrs, J. A. Doyle, prop. Rooms,
112; board, 835 per month. All mosquito-proof
lanal rooms. Curs pats
the door. 4941 -tf
Cottage with bath and board for cou
ple. A suite of rooms with board
and hot and cold water bath tihady
Nook, 1049 Beretanla St. Telephone
Apply 1366 King St.
Furnished housekeeping rooms. Hot
and cold water baths, lias stove In
kitchen Two bedrooms; parlor nnd
dining room. Ready for occupancy
on June 22. Apply Arlington Hotel,
Furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing. Alokeu House, 1077 Alakea Ht.
Also furnished rooms, from 8175 per
week up. 49t6-lm
No. 73 Beretanla St. Electric lights
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J. II. Townsend,
Two furnished rooms and one furnish
ed cottage. Apply Mrs. Mel'onnell,
1223 Emma St. 19,'.!i-3t
Rellned gentleman can get room In
private family. No other roomers.
490 Beretanla. 4952-tf
Cressaty's furnished cottages, Walklkl
Beach; Tel. 2868. 4889-tt
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT.
Furnished house, for the 'summer. All
conveniences; fine view over city;
very reasonable rent fjj,a desirable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Htnngenwaiu
Bldg.; Telephone 1602. 4943-tf
Between Pllkol and Keeaumoku Sts..
on mauka Ride Young SL Apply to
W. O. Smith, Judil Bldg f 4838-tf
1 1 I
At Auction At the City Auction
Rooms, 125 Merchant Stt Wednes
day, June 28, lull, at ,'ld 6'clock', u.
m, the library of tho late a" 8
Cleghorn, consisting of n very rule
collection of books pertaining to Ha
waii, both ancient nnd modern, and
the Pacific Islands generally Jus.
W. Pratt, auctioneer. 4960-6t
Wllhelmlna Rise Beuutlful home;
mugnlttcent view. Building now be
ing completed. Attractive' terms. See
Walter II. Bradley, care Kulmukl
Land Co, Ltd.; Tel. 1659. 4956-tf
New attractive five-room cottage,
cheap. Everything modern. N',;a
lawn; choice fruit and shade trees.
Ninth Ave., Kulmukl, one block from
carllne; above sanatorium. Inquire
on premises. , 4928-tf
Tho Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No uddresslng necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co, sole agents tor
New 6-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
66UX218 J2000; ensy terms. Don
dcro & Lnnslng, 83 Merchant St.;
Phone 2553. 4953-tf
Son Sun Fine Imported stationery,
Chinese literature, drawing Inks,
paper of all kinds. 133 Beretanla St.
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1602.
Selected Caruvonlca wool cotton seed.
A. V. Qear, 1214 Tort St.; P. O. Box
Inter-lslnnd and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
Visit the snle nt Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 4968.3m
Choice cut flowers. Phone 3029.
Bunch of keys, on King St., between
Bethel and Keeaumoku, Return to
Imperial Bur. Reward. 4960-2t
Bunch of keys with Prestollte key at
tached. $5 reward for return to Bul
letin olllce. 4960-tf
Baby's gold ring, Initialed "W. C
Finder return to Bulletin olllco.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE UMBRELLA
store In Honolulu. HIgh-grada re
pairing New stock. 1284 Fort St ;
Tel. 2218. 1C Mliuta. 4938-lm
'We le.id, others follow," III 'the maim
fucturo of cnrbutiatid bevi rages. One
price to nil Free delivery Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Wutir Co, Ltd,
34A North Ileretunlu St t Chas. E.
Frusher, manager. 494I-tf
You to sample our leading brands. BUCh
as "King's Choice" Scotch, MclJray
er. Herald and Corby's Canadian
whiskies. Thos. V. McTlghe & Co,
proprietors, Progress Bur.
Novv's the time to get your hut clean
ed. First-class work; low prices.
Special uttentlon given to Panamas.
David Ortli, Alakea und King,
Patronize homu Industry Pure old Ha
waiian gin, made under the supervi
sion of tho II. S. llovt, obtainable
only at the Occidental Bar, King and
Eliminate the waste and sne 11$. Let
me figure on your work. J It. Davis,
builder unit contractor; Tel. 2529,
Box 155. 49(0-2m
TuurlMs to visit tho Dnruna Restau
rnnt, Jnpnnesn dishes served In Or
iental style. Next door Mint Saloon.
An thing of value bought
Carlo. 1117 Fort St,
Address "J. K. C
Visit the sale lit Sing Furs, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 4918-3m
Position minted by joung lady In
ladles' ready to-wear department.
Competent litter; would take charge.
Best New York references, Apply P.
O Box 5S. 49iS-Ct
By young American ns ottlce assistant
salesman or collector, i tc. Salary no
object. Excellent references. Ad
dress "II It", this olllce. 49S-4t
Position wanted by first-class practical
milliner, Just urrled frum Const
Highest references. Apply P. O Box
S. E. LUCAS
Kaionlo llulldlng, corner Hotel and
TIio brtt Lenses In town to fit eur
rje. ' '
1027 Nuuanu Btrett
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All tht Hats at Reasonable Prlcss
Ul 11- - 1 L - . .'!
DRY GOODQ TOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Cornsr Fort and Bsretanla Strssts
FINE IINE OF DRY GOODS
WAI1 YING CHONG
Kuifr Street, Ewa Fishmarket
FANCY DRY QOODS
78 Bsretanla Strsst
Between Maunakea und Smith Blrrets
Wing Chong Co..
nut! IT- NEAB BETHXL
Dealer in Furniture, Mtttreiiti,
tto., etc AU kind of KOA and Mil
HON FURNITURE made to order.
And Cloth of Al Quality Cm b
H0 CANDLES3 BLDQ,
P. 0. Box 861 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL QOODS
Wing WoTi & Co.
041 Nuuanu, near King Street
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CHTY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street
MEANING OF WORD "CASE"
IS CAUSE OF SPLIT IN
Ths Territorial Supremo Court has mlnltrntlon of the trust nro mntters
split on the imnnlng of the wnrdi
... , ,, . .. ,, , . 1.1...-
case," Associate- Justice Perry Inking,
illrict Issue with Chief Justice Robert-
sun nnd Associate Justice Do Bolt on!
the hgul slKlilllcatlou attached to the
word, rendering nn iinphallc dissenting
The ciise decided and on which the part of the same case. Nor does the
Hupiemu Court could not ngiee. Is 111 fmt that the validity of tho order made
the matter of the guardianship of lilt-, In the first pioceedlhg may be o,ue
dretl. Custle Hltihiock, H minor, whlchjtlontd In the present proceeding dls
was taken to the Supreme Court on u.iiiallfy the Judge
reserved niiestlon from the Fourth Clr-I "Assuming that the order of the cir
cuit Tho reserved tiucstlon rend us cult Judge directing the guardian to
follows. fll mi Inventory nnd iircount Is to be
Is the Judge of this Fourth Circuit
Court, sitting In probate, by reason of rather than ns n mire direction to an
Ills hnvliiR lilted ns one of the nltor- olllcir of the court. It uiuft be consld
neys for Clnre Fnssttt Hitchcock In ered u distinct case It Is not the rase
presenting her petition und securing In which the Judge acted ns counsel"
her appointment In 190I as guardian of I To nil of which Associate Justice
Hlhlreth Castle Hitchcock, n minor, I IVrr) takes exception, In part us folr
disqualified from hearing nnd diter- lows:
mining the question ralsitl by tho nr-J "The only question now before us Is
der directing said guardian to file her, whether the order to the guardian to
Inventory nnd ncrountsiindsnld guard-1 tlli nil account Is n part of the same
lan's response to said ordr'" lease In which the appointment of
Tho view taken liv Chief Justice. 'guardian wns made nr Is In Itself a
Robertson nnd Assoclnte Justice Do separnte and distinct case The crdl
Holt is thnt tho Judge f not dlsquall-, nary meaning of the word "ense Is a
fled, while Justice Perry contends In J cause or suit In court" After enu
hls dUscntlng opinion that to follow inerating the steps In proceedings In
the conclusions of his colleagues Is to probate. Justice Perry asserts mat "or
glve the word "case" as It "l used In dlnarlly no attorney or Judge would
Section 84 of the Orgnnlc Act a strain
ed nnd unusual construction."
The majority decision qliotes a mini
her nf decisions to support Its con
elusions nnd then states
The proceedings hud before the clr
cult Judge In which Mrs Moses wns
appointed guardian of the person and
property of her daughter was undouht-
edly a rasp within the meaning of the
statute. That case ended, however,
with the entry of the order appointing
the gunrdlnn Thnt wos u llnnl and
appealable order It accomplished and
ended the Minima for which the pro-
reeding wns commenced Tho actions Deputy Attocney-Oenernl Sutton np
of the guardian with respect to the nd- peared ns amicus curalo In.the cose
OLD BELL FOR
Next Sunday will ho nn Important
day for tho members of Kauma'kaplll
Church. Tho new church building,
which has -just been completed nt tho
corner of King and Asylum Toad,
will be dedicated In tho presence of
the pastnra of many Island churches,
who wllarrlvo In llonojulu next. Bat
tirrfny "nhd Sunday morning.1 '-The
services will be witnessed by an un
usually largo crowd.
Tho now Kaiiuiakailll Church Is
one of tho most attractive church
structures In Honolulu. It wan do
slgued by architect II L. Kerr, and
Lucas Bros. Hiipcrlntcudcd tho con
struction of tho building. It Is a
concreto structure, and this residents
of 1'al.ima nro proud or it.
Tho dedicatory services aro being
arranged now by a special commit
tee Rev. Wnt. I.nni will preside,
wlillo Itev. II. II. Parker, tho vetorau
pastor of Knw.ilnlmo Church, will
nuiko tho address uf the day Tho
church choir will sing somo of the
ancient Hawaiian gangs which nro
now seldom hoard on such llko oc
casion, Old Bell.
Olio of tho most Interesting fea
tures of tho day, will lie tho ringing
of tho old church hell, which was
used In tho first Kaumakapill Church,
on Ileretunlu street.
This bell, which was cast by Henry
M, Itoopor In 1840, wns brought Id
Hawaii In tho name year. As soun
as It landed here, It was placed In
the tuvver of the old Kiitimultaiilll
Church, When tho second Katim.t-
kaplll Church was erected on t the
same spot to replace the first one,
the hell was continued to bo used
for the meetings.
Alter tho second KuiimakniitH
Church burned down, In 1900, tho
bell was taken tip to tho Ma'ema'e
Church, whero It has been over since.
R. M. Kanakanul n member of the
Hoard of Trustees ,if 'Kkiumnknpill
Church, will ring Iho bell next Sun
day morning hoforo tho exercises
Tho ladles of tho church are busy
making decorations for the occasBlon,
Largo American nnd Hawaiian Hags
will bo hung on the Ewa sldu win
dows. REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Enttred for Record June 21, 1811.
Kalahua (w.) to llukahui Planta
tion Co L
J II Schnnrk and wf to Victoria
K Tllton 1
Victoria K Tllton and lisb to Mil-
tual Illdg & Loan Soo of Haw
, .,1 , i
Anna T Johnston nnd lish to Mil-
tual Dldg & Loan Soc ot Haw
Maryan Kun ct nl to Albert H 11-
S A Ilaldwln nnd wr to Hank or
Hawaii Ltd M
Kiiincnameiui invsum -o i.iu in
S.imiul Kemoho Rel
Entsrtd for Record June 22, 1911.
Walalua Agricultural Co Ltd to trs
of II P lilshop Estate Bur
Sarah P Kerrelra et al by high
sheriff to Sarah A.SwIntoiu.Bher
A NEW CHURCH
""'" "' ,K curr.u e.m-.- n.r up,,...-
I"' I' Mil" " " WBIl-tl it um-a ni uf-
... . . . . .
nny w,imw.n an attorney The
fact that the papers In the present
proceeding Ixnr the same title ns those
in the former proceeding does not lie-
cesr.rlly make the two proceedings
reg.nd.-d us u case, or a step In u case,
SpeiiK of these various steps ns iimer
ent cases The title of the cause re
mains nlwnys the snme. The ward and
guardian continue throughout ns pir
lies, nnd the suhjict matter, to w;lt,
the custody of the person nnd the care
of the property of the minor. Is ulways
"In this Instance." concludes Perry's
opinion, "within the meaning of the
Orgnnlc Act, the Judge below. In my
opinion, acted ns counsel In the same
case: In which the order In question
wns made and is therefore dlsquall-
(Associated Press ClMs.)
WASHINGTON. D t' June 22. Nd
vote was taken today In the Senate
upon the Cahadlun reciprocity agree
ment, although It wus rumored that
this action, wus contemplated.
The finance committee of the Senate
reported adversely on the new Demo
cratic .wool schedule 'of the" tariff bya
vutu of nine to four The farmers free
list was also rejected by the committee
by u vote of eight to six.
NEW YORK, June 22. Addressing
the convention of the New York State
Hankers' Association, in session here
today, President Tuft warmly coin
mended the Aldrlch national reserve as
sociation currency plan. ""
President Tnft wus given nn ovation
nnd his uddnss wns listened to with
close attention, his remark), on the cur
rency being received with cheers.
LAZARO NOT THE
MAN SAID CHIEF:
That Henry Ijiiaro. nnd not Lopez,
who was brought dowri, from I lllct Wed
nesday morning, wlli be released short
ly, Is the statement that Sheriff Jar-
rett made yesterday. Lazuro U now In
custody, awaiting the result of nn In
vestigation by Sheriff Jarrett nnd Ciller
of Detectives McDutlle.
It was In connection with the rob
bery of valuable articles In Munou by
John Luii, that Ijiiaro was arrested In
llllo by Sheriff Pua. The arrest wus
made becuuse tho description), of La
zarn agreed with those which were
furnished the sheriff by Lua. Lust
week Sheriff Jarrett went to llllo ti
git the man, and arrived Wednesday1
morning on tho Claudlne, But when
Chief nf Detectives McDutlle visited
the Jail the next morning ho found
that I-umro was not the man whom
I.iiu licenced of having assisted him
in robbing the houses of the Manoa '
residents It Is on this account that
lanaro will be released by the sheriff.
The Plione number of the Public Her-.
vlcq rooms, where the Clean-Up Day
committee has its headnuorters. Is
, " ,
M04. The offices are located on King
street, jn the buildings formerly oc-
cupled by the Evening Ilulletln.
There w ll be n room, detka and type-
writer nt the disposal of the ottlcers of
the Central Improvement League, and
larger room, with plenty of chairs
un,i tables, for the use of any of the
workers who may happen In ThePubf
lie Service rooms will be open day and
night fur the use of the Clean-Up Day
workers until Iho great work Is com-
L ph-ted, and those wbu wish to talk
with any of the officers should call up
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