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From 8n Franclecol
Arlzoium September 27
For Bin Franclaeoi
Lurllne September !C
Mnkurit October 11
Zeiihmdhl October 12
Publicity Is Purely a IVlljter of Business
One essential of good advertising it
Only by advertising can a merchant
secure a wide distribution.
Only with a wide distribution can he
maintain low prices and hold the trade.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5041.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HARBORMASTER ROW IS GROWING FAST
FROM HONOLULU, TAKEN IN SHANGHAI
FOR ALA MOANA S!i ,r '.T ,
PIS; lit says
Congressman Julius Knlin of San
1'niiiiltKi goei h.uk to California after
his Hawaiian trip' UP ndvocatu of tlio
waterfront site for "the local military
post proposed fur llonoliilii, 110 li
thoroughly enlisted In what it known
n h llii' "Aht Miiiiiiii plan" strongly sup
ported hy Hrlg-Ocn M. M. Macomb,
A flglit that In gathering sliced anil 1. Secretary Hermit of the hiihor
wcluht like a nilllllL' showbill Is fh-. commission Raht thin iiimiiliii! that
iiiiiiiiuiiulliiK thu Department of Hn-, cling itiroimil the liarhor commission tho piotostlng pailles weie asked In
wall ii and William It, mster, named by inc.givo lensuns for their objections mid
Ah Congrcisninn Knlin Is n member commission to succeed the elciaisod thereupon stated that Mr. lister does
of tin) piiuirnn niMitary tinnirs com- iiailiormastcr, Uapl. A. N. Tilpp not hold a mantel s p.ipois.
mllteo of the House, his ndvoenry of Events In connection with thu light "This morning," k.js Seeretaiy
the waterfront army post Is one or thu fr ,( against Tripp aiul for mutf tloimlt. "Mr. Foster bunded liver In
limit Important If not tho most Import- against leister hnvo been Impelling us his mastcr'H papers," ami Hermit
nut simile effect of his visit to 111- with thu laphllly of lightning during plumed thu p.ils-iH In a lliillutln
wall (lencrnlly, lie lias iai,cn up moor tliu past few liuiirs. icpit-scutullc. "Tho pipers uiu sit'
mill Industrial loudltlons am) may ha i'H about as mlxcd-up an affair as isfactory.
iinintfil upon lis one of Hawaii's stii;ich nn lilsh stew. Following a Hloimyi "So far as I know, the fommlislon
frl, mil. As it ineuiher of the military session of thu uiminlsslon with thu1 has had nn Intlnrithm whatever Hut
nffnlrs rnnimittio, his liilluuuo will hu local branch uf thu Masters" and I'M Foster will not take the Hisltlon. Wu
east In favor or the Ala Moniia plan, lots' Association jestetday afternoon,, stand by him. One thing Is certain
In which Is Involved not only tho mill- icports weiu scatteiod broadcast tfi-j and that Is that Captain Tripp will
lure, but tin' health situation of nil llio il.iv tli.il Mister had leslgueil. uitiliUnl bo ictnlllcd.
Kewalo section of the elly. Inasmuch some of thu repjrts even went so far Maiston Campbell rli.ilriii.ui of tho
as It mums the reclamation of n largo aH to R.iy that his Micccssnr would l) eonnnlsslon, also denied the lepoits
tinet of laud. either "Dili uirseu, foicinaii of llio that I osier had resigned.
The Congressman. Mrs. Knlin nnd Hu.itriciH'eck Coinpmy, or I). F.i Hut within a ery short tlmu after
their children Irani on tho -Mat sun Nicholson, first lu'ilu or tho Inter- Mr. Ionic r hail handed over his pi-
liner l.urlhie this afltruoon, ami Mr. Island steamer MlUahala, I pares to Mr. Hermit, news was living
Kahn diclared this niurnlng that he Mr. Ftisler himself bran led these nioiniil the town that the coniinlsshni
hail enjojiel ery inoiiieiit of his stay". ' leisirts this morning ai ntleily false was casting aromiil for u harliormiti-
'true to the reputation ho established nnd started In order lo nuke hlin ter to succeed Tripp and that Foster
enrlv lure ns n tireless liuiulier Into quit. J would not serve. Commission Frank
loial louilitloiiR, hu spent Ids last nft- In response to n reeuest fiom tliuj McStocket's name was mentioned In
criioiiii In nil Inspection or tho schools, II ill I et I n ns to his HJnItltin, hu connection with the icpnrls of efforts
,.,..1 I....L- ,.i..rv minortiiiilty to ncuimlnt said without rcheruitiun: I to securo either l-nrson or Nicholson
himself with cducntlniuil eundltlonil "If I am nllvo on October I, I shall for" I he )slllon, hut these could hot
i..r.. rii,nw,r i.'reur eiilled uiion lilui'iissunio thu duties lliul thu hailior.lie gltcn any continuation.
this inoriihiK nt the Young Hotel short-1 commission has nssigued to me." Representatives of llio masters' an. 1 1
ly In fori noon nnd they clintleil pleas- mil iigui is iiivuiviiik nut uniy uiu jiiioih' associauou also s.nn tuuy n in
iintly for a few moments. commission and tho nnsteis' and pi- heard that Poster had cpilt.
C(,ngresmnn Knlin goes bark to Cnl- lots' association hut business men ns' lint router himself, who has ho?n
Ifornhi ami Washington convinced that well. Tor Captain Tilpp's dlsinlssnl' appointed nnd who presumablj knows
11......11 iu vim in 11. e iiifnncv of Us stinted n hlg protest from many local, what hu Is going to do. declared cin-
uiisiiicss men ami units. puancaiiy 10 ino iiiiiieiin iii.il no
Tho harbor rouimlHslon held a Is going lo stay, and that i emir is
meeting jesterdaj uflei nuou at which trpiead to Injuru him and giu him
H-pieseiitalUrs of llio musters.' ami, "eold feet will not iinko him iiuit.
mess, anway. mid the
tested ngnlnst thu npiHiliitment of Mr ' next events will be wall lied with
roster, who Is to take olllto October much Interest.
(Kpiclil IluileMn r.il.te )
SALT LAKE CITY, ,Utah, Sept. 26.
At the close of business in the Utah
Commercial oV Savintit Bank here, a
bandit held up the cashier at the point
ol a gun and robbed the bank of $1000
and escaped. i
I S LOUIS
SAN FnANCISCO. Cat., Sept. 26.
Viscount Uchida, retiring Japanese am
bassador. sailed today for the Orient.
(Special millet I n Cable) Suwrilior l:ben Low hai been do-
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Sept. 26. Louis Arnold, claiming lo have stopped elded iiim bj leaders of tho Itiil Unl-
at Honolulu and to b. a capitalist, ha I been arrested in Shanghai, China, ac- "" " "w labor organization as
cording to new. received her. today, on the charge of obta.ning money under i1""""'.?,, "Jl1. .. "'..""'u, oner
false pretenses. He said h. wa. InHnolulu on hi. way out to .K. Orient. "''XliX! "iZn X
Koca, Hteamsl,.,, men ar of the ,,, T.i.s vesse. some m.in.hs ago -M
opinion Hint the llrltlsh steamship called tit Shanghai, arrived at Sail (( ( ( .. ",. . a(
Ashtnbi.ln Is teferied to In the cable 1'raiulsco the latter part of July nnd ., k',mlH (if W)rk M ..ts t tig.
advices which mention the name of retaining to the Orient was at Moi
"Astrabiila" la connection with Am- tir.ui, Japan, during the Inst or Aug
old's arrest The Ashlahiiht Is a list It Is oulle probable that thu
.freighter which lias for ye.us been on Ashtiibiitii Is u Shanghai visitor nt the
p Toore or less regular traiis-l'acllle present time
(Continued on Page 4.)
I V I'l l.Pl.',,,l , , n V, .iivi K.n.i-,.. I,...,. wi,, ii'i'i (l
pllolt' iiHhiMjIallou itlipeaieil and pin- Its .1 linn it
tested against the npiHiliitment of Mr next events w
cister, who Is to take olllto October mm-ii Interest.
MASTERS & PILOTS WERE SLIGHTED
There hnvo been great doings be
tween Maiston Campbell, the llutbor
Commission ami tho Musters anil Pil
ots' Association In the last few daH.
The salient points of thu j-toiy, axe
told In the open letter of the M.iMoih
JJ Secretary Mott-Smlth this mom- tt
It lug placed nt thu iI1sihis.i1 of tt
tt Hinul.iniit Mtinlilltiir unit tiielilheis tt
it or thu Health and Sinlliitloii anil Hints' Association that appo.uti
tt roiniiiltleo or tho Chaillhei' of U heiewlth.
tt Cut eicu tho necessary trans- iij There wero oilier Inlerestlngilet'ills
it imitation to enable them to take !' given in tin Interview with ('apt Till
it a Seeing lliinolillu trip uboiit tho ii tc-t t this iiioinlug It seems that some
ii city In company with Dr. l'ratl it mimlieiH of the llaihor Coniinlssloii,
tt uiiti other loaders in Hie stnltn- it ,lBSHt,., ,y tilu f,nKettery of Camp-
ii tion campaign.
bell, have been trying to Iglioio olio of
inetiip win uoiiia..e..uuri.. 10 m)1l 11Iimim.nl nrK.inlut IcUIH
It Mr.ll.ascli,onooftl.odlrectoiril,!'vl,1K ," ''" "' '' '"" '
tt or the Meicliaiits' Association ' '"'", ,, ,
it slated this morning that hu would it' l-"t night thu letter or thn roiniult
ii pioswo at thu meeting of thu ii leu of tho Masters ami Pilots' Asso
it Association's director. lomoriow it elation wits submitted to thu Adver
ii afternoon that tho dlicctois take ii User for publication mid It published
it a trip about the city to seo home ii ny K,ubled extracts. As Tullett put
ii or tho problems with which the it n, Campbell saw them lit Ht
ii health cilllceis and tho sauita- ii T(lH lnolB u tttlH i,.poited that
it lion CxiM'tts have to struggle. it 10 iIall)1)1. t'(),imhKi i icoiisld-
S. VVIieu 171 rrail was hihmiiioi, hi
it this, he
ien and wonld net as I unl lo for """ 'l McSlocker weie seen uliout
tt that number fiom the Metchants' it u Btieets in serious coi.no tut,
ii Association liny trine limy would ii Idler of the Masters nnd Pilots' Assu
tt get together. tt elation follows:
ti Senator Jinlil IR or cniuso co- JI
it updating ami helping till along it
it the lino, to get thu people out it
ii to see what has to bo done. He it
tt with tho otliorn Interested, know- ii
ii that all cannot ho donu tumor- it
it low or next week hut It Is Im- it
it isirtnut that the men who must ii
,' i , ''''l It" nl'poinlinelit or Foster
,N opi:.' i,i:tti:u rnoM iiono-
l.l'l.t' IIAltllOlt NO 51, AMHItl
(.N AHSliCIATlON OP MAS
TllltS. MATi:S AND PII.OTH.
lliinolillu, Septeinbir i'5, ll'll.
The iirblliaiy mauiiir hi wlilch the
(Sl-l:il 11 ll 1 1 el 1 li Cable )
TOULON, Fr- Sept. 26. The lost in
the sinking of tiie warship Liberie it
now estimated at probably 450 lives.
OPENS ITS SESSIONS
( Aftyoel tl.1 l'r rMlil
KANSAS CITY, Kan., Sept. 26. The
third National Conservation Congress
opened its sessions here today. Dr. H.
W. Wiley, head of the federal bureau
of chemistry, will speak tonight. Pres
ident Henry Wallace In his opening ad
me p.irlleill.irlv III stevedoring.
In fact, the Union In cudi If possi
ble, so say Uiu leaders, lo handle
waterfront labor diieet, without thu
assistance of stevedoring III ml.
Ijiu's name was decided upon last
night nt ti big meeting held In Not
ley's hull, Willi David r.wallko, tho
1 II to organlor, iih master of ceremon
ies. It was given out this morning
that three bundled and sixteen men
wero sworn In to tho new Union last
night, uud ns a matter of fact Mho,
hall was crowded and union talk was
life, nw-uliko swore In the men nc-
j curding to the rules or the Interna-
I tlonnl longshoremen's Union on tho
Following a tnutliii; or me noaro o, no, come in a neewe- ,-iiijoui mum-nun mniuiniiil. tie was lepeaieiiiy cheer-
NEGOTIATIONS ON FOR IMMIGRANT
SHIP OR REGULAR' LINE HERE
Immigration yestmluy afternoon, ciii. ' siCjiiiMiniiilgianJ alilp, ed diirlng thu. evcultig.
, " . .. ,j.i r - :V "l '"e sutiitf nine, u was nitiiti
1 tlili While tho duties of low us general
iiu.riiing, the Jem mil for labor hr l ii"iiiuKer aiu nui yet entirely uetiiieii.
tioiincement may tie exectil iaW
tarly dale that the hoard has .Tinr- J lf, f ,,,,, mul he Is to ho relied iikiii to deal with
' '-" -"" r-"' ' "- y eff.,, .o r,,a"n,tToca!"n",:ri"
full nr Ii.ih iii. ol,. arrangements for it brim: u l.irue iiiiuilier of Ihiropeuiis n rr,lr
regular line running to tiie Islands. hero tills hill. The steamer Wlllesdenj T,e proposlilon has not been laid
"Thu inattir vvas up lufore the
"Thu inattir vvas up lufore the
at Us met tin, jeslerd.iy, bu
i .i li-i" alriady liein eli.irtered, mid will before the supervisor jet, as he has
DOiril . ...... .... 1.. t ... ,!. ..!., ,... .. II, ,
in rive piob.ibly In Noveuihir lu case
thu board can not make arrangements
i nuiigh data had arrlvid from Agent rnr the regular sailing Hue mid Imiiil-
drest declared that Ihe application of 'a J I'umplnll. vvhu Ii now lu Ilurope, grants coming continuously, another
the science of production is the cause
of industrial evils.
BAD COTTON CROP
CAUSES BANK FAILURE
nnd no division was arrived at vessel will bo lnimeill.Ui ly ciiirurin lo
The board Ii cxUcinely anxious to follow the Wllleiden almost at once
mi-lire u icgulnr line of vessels, by Cuininlsslonir or Immigration Clark
which Immigrants could be brought to reported Ibis morning that iharler
the 1-Otiiidx 111 hinnll numbers, hut Willi rates are IiIkIi However, there Is n
arriving oflui Negotiations urn now poulldllty tli.it the war talk In Ihiropu
tiiidir way for slab u line, and until may result lu u Muckinlng of no an
the boird llndi out t tint such nrrange- traille nnd it ill op lu charter rates, but
they Im granted nn Interview with the
Hoard or Harbor CoiiiuilssloiiiTS, to
take place prefeiably on n Monday or
'luesilny, us eaily its possible.
To our surpiNc, up to the 1Mb lust.
Ol'lt I.IITTTnt HAD NOT HHIIN AC-
KN'ClVl.i:i)(ll:l). and to bu absolutely
certain that it hail been ehltveied, we
c:OMMlTNCATi:i) WITH MIL OAMI
IICI.I. OVHIt Tlili TIXIIPHONK. and
Inipihed wliethcr hu had received It
HIS Itl'.Pl.V whs that lie had re
ecivcil It and liiul calleel n meeting of
lint board to TAUT. PLACH MONDAY
AITIIUXOON, September 25, ' nt
o'clock, meeting to lake place In tho
Senate Cbumhi-r lit the i:eeutlvu
building, where they would bo pleased .
lo meet our iiiuimlttce, ami that hu
was thin writing us a Utter to Hint ef
fect, Promptly at the iippoluteil time nur
eomuiitliei appealed at tho Senate
i 'In iiihi r, and lo their further surprise,
after walling twenty minutes past thu
appointed hour, NOT ONH MKMItnit
OF Till: HOAltl) HAD PUT IN AN
APPHAItANCH. The chairman of our
committee dually Incut eel tho stenog
lapher of the Public; Works IVpnrt
me lit, and niter n gre-at deal or tele
phoning she loeated Mr llermlt, then
latir Mr McCarthy. AND STII.t.
I.ATi:il Mil CAMPlli:i,I CIIAIltMAN
OF Till: IIOAItl). WHO STATF.D
that hi: had fouootthn aiiout
c AsHeirlat, il I'r, ies r'alile V
LONDON, Eniu Sept. 20. The Dank
of Egypt has closed at the result of ,, , ,lllt , ! vy. It will or tlili there Is el no linllcalloii
cue uig losses on coeign.
CHARGES HE LOOTED
JEWISH CHARITY FUND
(Slxel.lt llullet III Cable )
DENVER, Cala, Sept. 26 The for-
(mcr secretary of the National Jewish
nospitai Association it cnargeci wun
being $75,000 short in his accounts.
TAFT STILUN KANSAS
(AHOoeliitd Press Cable.)
HUTCHINSON, Kan., Sept. 26.
President Taft is still on hit Kantat
FREAR AND PARTY BACK AFTER
been out of thn city hut will bu put
up to him on his return
Fwallko nnd llernanl Kelekollo re
turned to Hilo on tho Manna Ke.i
After in-iking " circle of Hawaii, will bet agreeable to It.
during wide h tlmu the party examined
nil Borts of public n train, anil Investi
gated n number of iiuestluii that luivu
been held up for some time', got sun
burned, paid u llylug visit tu Maul uud
Kahoolawe. where they slaughtcied II
number of ito.its. aovernor I "rear, At-
tt ii, , nil.. I.., ilw, ,inn beblii.i n tt lloinl "f llaihor Commission, rs luivu! ' ' ' " ' ,
ii finally bo llio jiower licnilid a I Mr. McSlocker ,u not present nt
ii sanitary Honolulu should know tt lonllriiuit the appointment of Mr. .' ., ,,, vu , ,' .,,.
ii wliut problPiiiB are ficlng tho tt It Fmlir. Ignoilng the petition ofi,y ftor j1st (llltl)lo (ln i:x(cutivi)
ii community In sections that are ii prominent men hunts, ship-owners nnd 1,1,11,11,,.. ,.mun,i. tniktmr in Mr. Viw.
it not open to the luvv ol thoso tl ,tiMM lmn or this community, us t,r, AM, OP WHICH I.HAD.S US TO sel.
Ii wlio rino on mo street, cms, or J. ,. commllteo nntiolntid liy tills Ili:i.Ii:Vi: THAT AN lll'I'OHT WAS
PMPPROR OF IAP&N
ii Wl ! I ..... 1 t I
DECORATES PRES. JORDAN ;SSU.r.' .""
"ed tlili liionilng
David Starr Jordan, President ofi w uvuiiilnid u numlii-r of matters
the Stanfnid Itniveislty, who Is ad- nMt mvt been pending for some time,"
vocating pi'aco In .lupin, has lo.i ' ,,,,, t, cjm,rnur this nioiiilng "'
decorated wllh a medal h) Kinperor ,.Ml uliout too mile's by auto, M0 on
Mutsiihllo of Japan. Iboiseback, 10U In thu train ami took u
The distinguished educator anil number or big hlke-i. One day wo made
peaeo promoter was received hy Ihe lwljvu miu-s
Emperor on September IU. ncccord-l ..Wl) 00.,i into n mnnbir or llio
lug to the ri'lMiit lerolved hy llio Hn- ll(m.HtCTH niiiltus tliut aru pending
wall ShliiKi. After rongrntiilntlng (), uUl, inl , ,lf t, Inllli mutters
President Jordan for his ienco tuls- riUlll, ,,,,, uiu, i touU ,, tlio sur
Blon, F.uilieror Miilsiihlto personally rwiltriB ,,r tbe lense now hehl by the
decorated him in Ihu prosenco of nob- Wal.ikt.i plantation nnd think that It
IllUes. .i , -
Willi n wider knowltdge nt the home
stead question nnd laud matters In
general, and with an optimistic outlook
for the fiitme, ljiml Commissioner
Charles S Judd return, d with (lovern
oi I'renr and the rest or the parly from
Hawaii nnd tin) islands this morning..
Incidentally, be also brought with him
a beautiful sunburn and a bigger re-pe-et
for goats than he had when he
"Viewing the lioillesteildlllg situation
not being uud for anything at the ns a wlmle. lie k.i tuts morning, "l
pri'seut time, ami tho llllo people want think the outlook for the future) is n
,.,,. ,,i,,., vibere tbev can secure Mrj hopeful one. Wherever we wont
building lots At thu present tlmu theythi'y si-eim-d to be doing well, although.
lire rather clcieviled.
The land Is
"III thu forest, where part of this
Mime Iimsu runs, they are also nox
ious for some smalt ten-acre home
ulenils t) tie thrown open. I lielleva
they want to go In for tlio cultivation
of iivvii root There Is big demanil for
this at the present time for drug pur
poses uud III" price Is Very IiIkIi.
of course, there are Instances In which
they are not even caiolng out the
llrst conditions. There Is some won
derful laud up about Wnlmea Tho
rainfall Is not very large, but Alfred
Carter lias ltliu acre's ol coin iilieler
cultivation ami It Is looking splendid.
'Tim llllo railroad will help tbe small
farmer out a great deal, and I think
"Wo alio looked Into the matter of. Unit there should 1 ipprehcnslon
the Wullukii river anil went up tu tlio ns to the future At Kapoho the home,
point 'where thu falls nru and wlicro It'ni'aders tire nearly all caning. They
Is proposed to us,u thn stream for aru working III with the plantations,
power purposes for tine street railroad however, and seem to be getting tilling
Mr Count hh vvas with us and lie has very nicely I maile Impilrles as vv
lull lu mi Inrornuil application for tho, went through, and In one little cluster
use of Ihu stii'iun Although III soma i no found thriu families of eleveiichll
wns tills may lie analogous to the Wu- elre u inch Frnin one or the lots u man
(Continued op Page 2)
District Attorney Hubert W Hreck
mm this morning tiled u libel In admir
alty against tho schooner Concord.
Tlio claim Is that tho schooner on
April 7 last railed lo carry ellher port
or starboard lights while being towed
within the harbor or Honolulu. Tho
Miller Snlwigu company own thu es-
BOND MONEY TO
ti follow tho henleu piths.
ti ii tt tt n tt tt tt tt ti tt tt :t it tt tt tt i
Captain of Police Duko Kahanaiiiokit
association to Interview Ihu Hoard of
llaihor Coiiiuilssloiitrs on thu same
lli:iN0 MADI! TO SIDI.-TIIACK US. I
reportul Ibis morning that n Jiipun-u "'inject. ,u,ui us to inaho n puimc cice-
vvoinan named Mrs. Sumahla fell off laralloii or our opinion
Imlhi car No T'i near Desha I .una Under dale or St pit mher 9, lull, by
today, nnd was suit to tho hospital iiutborlty or Honolulu Harbor No HI, WAS IIFCAUSH lit! WAS TOTALLY
for tii'iitinent. i, louiiiiunlcatlou was sent to tho Hoard INCOMPF.THNT AND HAD WILFUL-
11 nppears that Mrs Sunialda rang ,)f Inrlxtr- Couinilsslom rs, through Mr. LY D!S01!i:Yi:i HIS OIIDIIKR
tho liell and Jumped off before tint car .,.,,,,. .........i,..,, ,,...1. .iM.iriniiii. Appended hen In is A COPY or Mil
rim nee unit tioor of tint Jiidlclarv Flftv-flvo thousand dollars was tint'
tlmievrr. tbe ineetlnir rnnie to nrdir biilldlnir was nvi rlhiwlnc with wit- en from tho Territorial treasury lilts
at U',13 11 111 AT THU INTIillVIRW nesse s uftrr tint train got In this morn- morning uud placed In Iho coffers of
it was statuo hy Mil CAMP-line All of them nre liruueht up by thu Hank of Honolulu wlicro it will
111:1.1. that Tin: ih:akov papt 'ihu de-rent,., in the ease. In which n draw Interest at the r.ilu of two por
Tltll'P HAD lli:i:N DISCHAIKIUD Knri-nn, Chanel Ik Hal, Is being tried cent. Another 25il,00ll l expected lo
In this conuniiulcath... wo Infonued !!!:l,tNI.T,'S ''"''.'f '',', ''"'" Tr":l!',lT
co to tho local banks during the wook
1 e Treusuier Coukling lias maitu out
Th, man iiL'nliisl a II Isiiidern tliu huurcs In coiiliectlolt with thn
charged with exceeding thn nulospeed cost of bringing tho bond Issue over
regulations vvas put over for a week and also as 10 1110 exact 111 1011111 saveei
had cleaned up KOoO fur dhu ear.
This Is by using his own labor, how
ever, and Hint seems to be the best
wny ami means gout! iiiouej at the
end of Ihe iar Others or the home
steads were nut being touched, hut
tho lssiio called ror Is $278,13.a7 which
leaves n balance In fin or of Ihu Tor
rltoiv of tl.S:i72.2:i. Fiom this has
to ho tnken thn accrued Interesl tliesu Instant is weie rnro
which lenves a final total of tiri.alfi fii-Mllo Armory stays,
that thu Territory makes out of tho
We considered 11 number of mat
ters that were biouKht up by thn llllo
where It Is ror tho pretent. The mov
ing or tt has now' been put oft Inilell
liltely The main reason Ii Hint there
Is not solllclcnt money for tlio Job.
Sneaking cif Iho statement publish- people, nnd one of Hie things we set-
-. .... . ,.. . .1 1,,. ll.n'tl...l .. nu II... ,1... MP..,. .P. at. ...tt. I .I..II
eil 5CSteriiay ill comiei'iiuu who im',,-. " .' "' " ", "..".., "...
siipose,l grievance that lie ii supKis
e,l to have against tho tax depart
ment Treusuier Coukling said tint he
knows nothing about tlio matter what
soever and that ho has no kick rotn-lAho, 0110 of Hie available lots li loo
Ini; jfur nut or town ami tiie other would .
While thcro Is sonio demand for tho want lining In
bond nione. local hankers my thol "lYont street li to bo widened and,
hulk of it will not bo wanted hy tlieiil. ln all prolxihlllty some condemnation
1 j proceedings will tuku place. Part of
tlio sidewalk which heluugs to the gov-
Tiie rase of lliiinpiier against wnii'irl(t will also bo put down An
..1....... .1 ......illli.ir In Iwis ll.tllll lilt lilt tt
Sn'-Mwln'l Whim picked " Hdi coininuulca,,,,,, wo lnr.,ue,l ;;;;-' - ";s ; & .;;;.,;; ;j;- - -,;;, -', & '-j,;; VntunTe-rrHory liy bringing I, as ho comes up before Judge Whitney riKr vvas given some tlinu ago tor ...e
up she vvas ilnxeil. The vveiinan tecelv- "'" "' " niP"hitiiient or ten ineni-',,, (j , Ulllllu. ,, c.lm,dll's appeared Mr him. Molorcjclo Olllcer H'I. The) total cost of the Issue win Thursday before iiJui) owners to have sldewnlks put down lu
id si-viral biiih.es. but it Is expected b' rs tn consllliite 11 ciiininllleo from ,,, mIU , mlr rmmllte,., nnd H1L1, Allien vvas anxious to have thn cisu $9,11111 whllo Ihu amount of money 'front of their properties, nnd they did
blie will soon icLovcr. 0111 iiignnUalhin. and reipieilcd that (Continued on Pago P.) iIIhhiscc1 of obtained over and nliovu tlio uniounl Waekly Bnlltot la II prr JMr to, but tho government did not."
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