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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MARCH 24, J 906.
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Sophomore farce Burle
. sques Faculty.
BERKELEY, March 1. The nat
ure of the sophomore burelsque, "A
Comedy of Terrors," to be presented
at the Macdonough Theater, in Oak
land, becume known today. It is a
take off on the professors and stud
ents of the University. Eddie Loeb
and Farrelly of the sophomore class
are responsible for the travestv, in
which President Wheeler is repre
sented as Satan and the head of the
Greater University of Hades. It is
given out authoritatively at the Uni
versity that the faculty will take the
skit goodnaturcdly, with perhaps as
full an appreciation of its humor as
the UDder-graduates. It looked at
first as if tome trouble m'.ght be
caused bj the insertion of the phrase,
"all's well that ends in hell" at the
bottom of the poster advertising the
production. Van B. Fbinney, the
manager, was called before the pre
sident this morning and was asked
if he did not consider the poster in
bad taste Phenney admitted that
it was, and there the inquiry ended.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Hoaolulu, T. II , 13 March l'JOG.
Temporary Buoyage for Honclilti
All vessels entering Il'nolulu Har
bor should, for the present, take a
Notice is hereby given that pre
liminary to final dredging and murk
ing of the channel leading into Hono
lulu Harbor temporary buoys have
been placed to mark the present
limits of the channel as follows:
Entrance Buoy No. 1, a black first
class can, is in the same position as
Entrance Buoy No. 2, a red first
class nun, is in 4(j feet of water and
just, beyond the outer end of the
easterly side of the iredged channel.
Channel Buoy No. 3, a 'jlai k second
class can, is in 3G feet of water mak
iug the westerly edge of newly dred
Channel Buoy No. 4, a first class
nun, is in 30 feet of water, and marks
the easterly edge of newly dredged
Cuannel Buoy No. 5, a black second
class can. Is in 35 feet of water and
inarku the westerly edge of the
newly dii'dyod chanuel. It is very
near the former position of No. 7
Channel Buoy No. 6, a red second
class nun, is in "7 feet of water and
is on the easterly edge of the newly
dredged channel. In its present
position It is 100 feet east of its
position as shown on the chart of
Honolulu Harbor (II. O. 1381), the
new channel being that much wider
to the eastward.
Channel Buoy No. 8, a red second
class nun, is in 30 feet of water and
marks the easterly edge of the newly
dredged portion of the channel.
The present range lights do not
give the niidclunnel course for the
newly dredged channel, which is now
approximately 400 feet wide. It is
therefore recommended that the
front range light be kept open a little
to the eastward of the rear range
light for the outer portion of the
channel to seaward of channel buoys
Nos. 5 and (5.
By order of the Light-House Board,
A. P. NIBLACK,
Lieutenant Commander U. S,
Assistant to the Inspector of
Twelfth Litrht. House District.
Texs Mourns Stephen
Houston (Tex.) March 3. Former
Governor James S. Hogg of Texas
died here this morniue. Ho had been
in failing health for a year or more,
but his condition was not considered
dangerous by his physicians, and he
was planning a trip to Battle Creek,
Mich. He reached here last nijflit,
and, feeling indisposed, went to the
homo of Frank C. Jones, his law
James Stophen Hogg was born at
Ruik. Cherokee county, Tax., in
March, 1851. Ho was of Scotch Irish
descent, his ancestors having first
settled in Virginia, whence the family
moved to th.i Caroiinas, to Georgia.
Alabama and finally to Texas. Hogg
wai left an orphan at the age of 12
years, his father dviug in ti:e Con
federate service. He earned his own
living, educated himself and made his
own wav i:i life from boyhood. Ha
gained much in the line of practical
education in a printing office, which
he entered when he was 17.
lie b( came an editor and establish
ed papers or Ins own, wh'.ch lie ra-i
successfully. Subsequently he moed
to Quitman, read law and was admit
ed to the bar in 1875. He was chosen
County Attorney of Wood county and
afterward District Attorney of the
Seventh district. In 188G he was
nominated and elected Attorney
General of the State and was re
elected in 1888. His nomination for
uovernor was tue most unanimmous
ever made in Texas. Shortly after
his term as Governor expired, dis
coveries of oil on his lands enriched
bim to the extent of $8,000,000.
Hogg was a man of imposing pro
portions, being six feet two iuches in
height and weighing 285 pounds.
For Seven Cents
Chicago, March 6. W. H. Condon,
who lives at the Calmer House, is a
firm believer in getting his rights by
recourse to law. He is dow suing
the Chicago and Western Indiana
Railroad for $5,000,003, but to-day
found time to begin a suit against
Tony Pacelli, a newsboy, for 7 cents.
This followed a heated argument,
ending in Condon chasing Pacelli
through the corridors of the hotels,
then filing euit.
Pacelli contracted to deliver the
papers every morning td Condon. On
March 1st Pacelli tendered a bill of
70 cents to Condon, which was paid.
Sunday morning Condon told Pacelli
he had been overpaid.
"I paid you 76 cents and I missed
one Sunday paper," Condon is said to
have declared; "besides, there were
only twenty. eight days in February,
and you owe me 7 cents." Pacelli
refused to remit and the suit is the
Rich Girl Is Wedded.
Pasadena, March 3. With the
simple Episcopal wedding ceremony
occupying only eleven minutes, Wil
lie mi na, daughter of Adolphus Busch
of St. Louis, and Lieutenant Edouard
A. Scha rrer of Stuttgart, Germany,
were mar ritd today in the Church of
the Angels, near Pasadena. The
day was dark and gloomy, and it was
raining dismally when the wedding
pa rty reached the church in carria
ges. ine faint light that came
through the blue windows and Jell
across the white Hlic3 that covered
everything gave the iuterior a sort
' f solemn atmosphere. The last part
of the ceremony was performed al
most in darkness.
It was 5 o'clock when the bride,
leaning on her father's right arm,
walked slowly up the aisle, preceded
by the white-robed choir and her
single attendant, Miss Lily D. Mag
nus, her niece. At the chancel rail
the father gave way to Lieutenant
Scharrer and took a position at the
bride's left, which he kept through
out the remainder of the c remony
Fifty invited guests witnessed the
ceremony, and many beautiful gowns
The bride was dressed in a white
satin gown trimmed with rose point
lace bought by the bride's father in
Brussels, The bodice was made of
heavy satin, covered wite chiffon and
lace, and extending, panel- shape
down the front cf the 6kirt to the
After the ceremony the bridal
couple, members of the family and
guests were conveyed to the Busch
home in Pasadena, where a reception
was held and the wedding supper
served. Late this evening Lieutenant
Scharrer aud his bride were driven
to a Los Angles hotel and to-morrow
they will start in a private car on
their honeymoon. They will go
New York, thence
Italy and Germany.
abroad to visit
Decide To Delay
Washington, March 3. No more
witnesses will be axamined by the
Senate Committee on Interoceanic
Canals'until after the type of canal
has been determined and other in
formation obtained which is necessary
for the preparation of a bill for the
Government zone and the construc
tion of the isl.mian waterway. This
desion was reached to day iu execu
tive session of the committee.
The committee went into executive
session at 1:30 o'clock. Senators
Millard, Kittredge, Dryden, Knox,
Ankeiiy, Taliaferro and Simmons
were present. Senator Kittredge
stated that he thought the substan
tial questions relating to the canal
affairs should be settled as soon as
possible lu order to prepare the com
mittee to draft and consider canal
Nearly all of the Senators express
ed veiws similar to those of Kittredge,
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It was pointed out that Cromwell
had been on the stand for several
days and practically nothing had
been secured from him.
Senator Taliaferro went to the
committee room of Mr. Morgan, who
was engaged in other legislation, and
presented the situation to him. Mor
gan agreed to the suggestion that
the furthe examination of witnesses
be postponed. Mr. Cromwell, who
was waiting in the corridor outside
tho Canal Committee rooms, was then
excused, subject to call of the com
Will Guard Citizenship.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Match 1.-
Rcpresentative Howell, of New Jer
sey, chairman of the Houso commit
tee that has just reported a uniform
naturalization bill, said today that
there are excellent prospect, for the
enactment of such legislation by Con
gress. He added that those who
have scrutinized the bill, framed by
the committee after extensive hear
ings, very generally approve of it.
"Before I introduced this bill," said
Mr. Howell, "I submitted it to Unit
ed States District Judge William M.
Lanning. of New Jersey, formerly a
member of Congress. He has had a
large experience with naturalization
cases," added Mr. Howell, "and made
numerous suggestions, which I follow
ed. The House committee was unan
imous 'uits report, all agreeing that
tnere should be uniform law.
"The bill makes the fee for natura
lization $11 each and also permits any
Uuited States Court or any state
court of record to naturalize aliens.
But probate courts are not allowed
this jurisdiction. It has been found
that many of the abuses iu naturali
zation have been perpetrated before
probate courts. We were urged to
establish a separate bureau of natu
ral:zation, but there was opposition
to that. It was thought preferable
to have the Commissioner General of
Immigration as the head of t.ie ad
ministration of the law. All certifi
cates of naturalization will be on
safety paper, if this bill becomes law
and the certificates must be filed in
the Commissioner General's office.
Fraudulent naturalization in made
pnblishable and there is provided a
penalty for having illegal possession
of naturalization certificates."
Mr. Howell explained further that
the new measure is calculated to stop
the traffic in naturalization certifi
cates. Now, iu many of the states, a
naturalized citizen, claiming to have
lost his papers can'secure a copy for
$1 and such copies, it is alleged, are
used for bringing ali'.ns illegally into
the country There are said to be
100,000 fraudulent naturalization cer
tificates in New York alone. The
House Immigration Committee bill
provides that there shall be no natu
ralization of aliens for thirty days
prior to a general election.
The committee followed in a general
way recommendations made by a com
mission, appointed by President Roos
evelt and consisting of Assistant to
the Attorney General M. D. Purdy,
Solicitor R. K. Campbell, of the De
partmcnt of Commerce and Gaillard
Hunt, of the Department.
Last week Judge Kepol-
kai's friends deposited
Thirty five thousand votes
for him in the Bulletin's
Automobile voting contest
The Judge has been a steady
gainer from the start and
his friends are determined
that heshall win. Let every
one cut out those cupons
and send them to the 'Clerk
Circuit Court" Wailuku
Maul who will write the
name In and forward them
i lie utie ueserves your
support. See that he gets
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