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2nwiiiimi(5n)?tlir. VkAUtR C. MITII, EDITOR. Hl'UbCUDTIO II VMM 1 l'K Momm t .40 1 M' TH, HoBU'IlN Tf J'lO VfAR & I'm YkAk, HW PijiWe IflvarlnWy Id Advance, A. W. I'UAItSON. Uusluees Manager. IlLal.MisS i:.KIS. Ltl.n A niCKKV. Attgrney in Mw nnd IsuUry I nunc. r. u. uox tm. uonoiuiu II 1 Kir.B and Urllicl Bin. M.I 1)1 ItiCK W. JOII. Suite Mf.. lildg.. Chicago, 111.. Iluwuilun om.ul General fur tin- Slmcs of Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana anil Wisconsin. Attt mi)1 nt luw. II. HACKI'DIX & CO., LTD.-General Commtcslon Queen St., Honolulu. I II. v. A. & CO. Importers nnd Commission Mcrchunts, Honolulu, Ilu wuilun Islands. I.I'.WKHB & t'OOICi:. (Robert Uwm. P. J. Lovmy, C 51. Cooke.) Impoilers nnil di'iiK'rn In lurnl'i r and building mate rials. Cifllce, 4H I'ort Ht. C. ...... HUSTACR. Wholesale . and Ilttnll Oro i o. ..i no ..1.... tatlon and ships' stores supplli d on short notice. r.cv poods oy every steamer. Orders from Hie nlhor Islands faithfully rxrctiKd. CONSOI IDATKD 80DA WATKIt WOHK3 CO.. Coi. Fort nnd Allen Sts. Hollistcr At Cc Agents. IIONOI I'l U HtON WOIIK3 CO. Ma chinery or every dcstrlpllou made to order. BONDS OF REPUBLIC Time of Redemption is in Doubt. NO TREASURY ACENT HERE Interest Runs Until January First But Mnny Holders W.II Sell Now. From the fact that no officer of the TreuBUry Department linn yel arrived In Honolulu It seems apparent Unit the United States government does not Intend at uiiLe to tuke up the Iluwuilun bonds. It hud been expected that some agent of the Treusury Department would arrive on the Mariposa yesterday to take this matter up, but as no word Iiuh been heard from the Government on the subject and no authorized agent of the department has come to Honolulu the mutter Is In Btutu quo. Their me $1,000,000 n Hawaiian bonds In existence, and they are held all over the world, but largely in London arid In this city, and there Iiuh been much local Interest In the question of how soon the United Stales would redeem them. General A. B. Ilartwell, who went to Washington as special agent for the Hawaiian Republic at the time the Hawaiian Territorial bill was under consideration says that as Congress hua failed to pass the bill for Immediate redemption of the Hawaiian bonds It was uncertain when they would be taken up, While Secretary of the Treasury Gage was of the opinion that he had power to net despite the delay of Congress, whether he would do ho nt once or not General Ilartwell did not know. Notice that the bonds hnvo become redeemable hns been sent out to the holderH of them In London and where abroad, mid It will be published hero shortly. They cannot bo called In until January 1st, and until that Hinu Intercut Is payable on them. Secretary Cooper has written o Washington Hint whllu the bonds nro not redeemable until January, there are many holders lierit who would he glnd to dispose of (hem at once nnd, ir Ihey were bought up now It would bo n inige kiivIhk In Interest, If Die bonds were bought III ill once )iTt It would prove or hmiefll lo the money market as It would distribute 4 In rite amount In cash that Is ut present tied up nnd niiftvnlluhlu for rtctlvo operations, Tint wINuiB up of Hi" Affair of the J'oalul PuvlrigH Hank Is enl. jicl Hint Is unfMKlHK much niiuntin ID flwwii) rlrelna, AwohIIiik to lll'i TVrrii'irlul An Ui tmnli lin liw'ly reakeil In exist, liuvlllg pxpll'ftl Willi Dm Jlei'llhllr nil Ilia IllKllt Of ilillio I Sill, urruinr ore eniliisi) in their dim) IptiTost on Jillx HI. Tlie Al in -' rlls that Hit iimiHl of ilpli 'lis shull ho rerillleil to hy Ihu nhlaf niHvoof llaHaii lis bnliiK Kniiiiliifr Mini duo I'l Hid jitToi iriHlliK I Mil Hint Ins nrl'li'iiu uliiill h mM with Dm r ill it ho Tmiilury. u4 twg)iiwliwn IN iifrtiury hpiJ iij)wviiJ hy lh 1 ri'ii) of ilia Inurlor, wlw KmJI draw 1 im vuni)t far lh umum tw ,) Trnxniry uf Illy UnUmJ IWIM. All I Krt't "1 djiUlU VMNHI ui) ihu fli '7 if i '7 I 11 n r rnni im i l in ill ? i y id rmanc i n rnn in i bTUUYINU nwumvw, fiii ii i ri 1 1 i llnlllll v V ) mr4 war ,ttr ,if If' rm r n Ue.ilfnant I aJvM I I 1 1 I ! I L n u bntoo LAST DAYS Matters Occupying the Closing Hours. PLATE DEBUTES Hawaiian Bonds nnd Postal Savings Bank Bills Crowded Out in the Rush. Special Correspondence. WASHINGTON. June 9. Congress ndjouined on June 7th, a day later than hud been expected, because or an ugly wrangle In the House over n comparatively tilvlal Item In an appropriation bill. The Senate Insisted upon an appropriation or J50.0C0 for ocean and lake surveys by the hydrographlc office of the Navy Department, while the House held out for a smaller appropriation lo be used by the Coast and Geodetic Survey, which comes under the Treasury Department's control. It was contendej with some ucrlmony that the officers of the navy were seeklog to encroach upon tlie territory of a purely civilian bureau, of which the work was above criticism. On the other hund, the committee oii naval affairs argued that the worlc of surveying the cousts of the new insular posacsslons should be done by the Navy Department, whose interests were pi I at stake, nnd whose vessels In a large measure were lying Idle, After nu angry session and protracted conferences thut extended fur into the afternoon of the following day, the House receded from Us position and concuried in the Senate's provision, Armor Pluto l'rices. The usual debate on the question of fixing u price for the urmor plutc needed for the dozen or mine wur vessels now on the wuy or authorized by Congress occupied the closing days of both houses, and ut times took on a distinct political complexion, although party lines were never closely drawn. The production of armor is absolutely controlled by the the Hetiilehem and Carnegie steel plants, and the has pie-willed thut the trust, has attempted to take the Government by toe throat und make enormous prolltu out of Its emergencies by demanding 114 a ton for the ICrupp plates, of which It was the so e manufacturer, 'rue luil Congress attempted to dictutc terms by dcdai lug that no urmor should be ut a price exceeding (300 n ton. As a rcsuit It has been Impossible for the Secretary of the Navy lo make uuy contracts, und th three i...i.. ..i.i fi..nr...i ..t uuLLie Billon, V.IIIU, .Hiaauuij u.ii. Maine, that are nearly icudy to I... launched, must lie In the wutcr In a state or purtlal completion for an in-definite period. Why Ships Delayed. Three battle ships and three nrmored crulucis that were authorized by tint Congrtss have not been con tracted for, hi uuse the contracts tor armor must have been made heroic the hulls uie contracted for. In udnllio to theBe vessels the present I lias authorized the construction of two bailie ships und thiee cruisers. In Its determination to find some means of continuing the building of ships for tlie navy. Congress Dually hit upon u compromise which should mnke Hie revival of Government work In the ship yards Immed mcly poi-s ble. It has Invested the Secretary of the Navy with full uuthorlty to make contracts for ull the urmor needed, which Is estimated nt about 30,000 tons, at such price us he may deem reasonable and cqultab e. If he cannot secure the armor at what In his Judgment Is a fair price, he is authorized to erect an armor plate p tint for the Government ut a cost of U It Is hoped tha in Hie exercise of this power the Secretary or the Navy win he able to Und n B.itlsractory solution nf this annoying problem, which has been made a mint for political capital without producing anything of substantial value to the country. Hawaiian Hills. in tlie press or business dining tins mat ween oi c,ongieHs. two inns nr locai to tho Islands were crowded aside. It had been hoped that Senator waiiieiH mn urn necieiury '.wi and'oosTal .I'hL ta'debt" haul S woil lA ?p"hh w M,y . a n, s wIih' uimlnl.t.!." Donnt,nH a purely tlV9 mefiNUie mudo necessary by the liTinmif th NitwianilH or an- iii.atili.iiii lie ii p nn niiiwon oil, lion- ... bver. wvru nt (list Importuiico, and In their comildHnitloii overythlng or " ondfiry InlurcHt wns imtdiod Into tho iin.'KKinuiiii, ndeiBiury uiih ih or tuu opinion IhMI ho hua uuthoilty to pro- !!;";:. .!'" .wmpl n. '!. :n:!r: niouuli h tiimiuhi it hsi 'iii7'..fei'iiii.' mnllar rM'DllKM'M. Hi' III lint y nn. imiin. hI.hi union i will viti nnp It Poiihimu. Iihh pot HlVftii lilii) fuillior "Hy. IfHWM ibn JlrcniniiKi., ... ......... In His wiiii wuy ll.fi hill iiutliwrlitlnir lliv i.oniiut nt iliw llHwnllHii cllvur Hlilvli wu In i'Iiiumm f.f (.iiMlrmnn Knux ur Hi OMinmliiiM on TetriiwiiM, wn iuii AiMiinMM.i or ii i,u I,. ui,iiiiiv W$WmX$ "C""U ' ," A !. JWl MUMMf By Pmitrtm lias I rillM HMW IhH Hrad at MMtnllt n.i .m ,,r r.k., ii... .....,(.,, ii.. i .- u W' rwamm ' r a ) If tl ! iUi.iia"flhii Ar' IiiI'.iiiiiimmI of h'. (tone-mi. Ti r ra h. thpr. f.i, of U-' lenanl (Iwnvral In flnnrl Ml ' raw Ii immtthlruj tlk ai nfflci. (IfNl 5J1'. h ri'Sflrr l" rer a M'ary at 111 009 a wr. Inatrad of r.MW. lth r liberal a'lowanr. a. Army ll'iurr. Th mrm art wlilrh Hlv Uniernl Mllw tht rank and pay nt h 1.lii(nant General hIimi wlvn Cl(trnl t'urbln, Adjutant General r the Army, the rank, pay and allowanced or n Mnjur tlnneral In tit army. Hy tin' pnivlwi 1 1 tho elntisp relating to the rark of Oenernl. llpneral tr' In wl 1 not be In the In or MhJ r nneral ellKlble by iMMiloilty or by di!lic""i'l ' as Commander or tp Army to ll in k nnd pay of I. lento ift G lurnl. n G now Is The O fHiinot In- condiWel ns "In the lire." f"vMnl'l'irs hnvo been Issued to Gereral M'l s nnil Gen rnl Coildu in v with the law. It l 1'itereittl' k to note tlmt In 1SSS I... ri'ik nf LleH'pen t (! win I dlacnnllru d nnd v erged In trat of Ge -era', the I'reild'tit was author zed to nponlnl n Genern'. LlMitnnnt General Sherldnn was th"n aipilned It nlmut two months he dlil. and by law the rank of General ceased . VHCimcy Helped Oil-. The retirement or Gen. who was stationed nt .New oris in command or tne Department or tne litst, ion room for the ' ' of General -l,l ... ff..l..H rAn....nl n.,.l .Itrt. In i.m.1 ...n,i ...i.wii.i.. ii.,. n., n.ihii.iii.ni nf General "Joe" Wheeler as a Gnnernl In the reirulnr nrmy. I Thn .ililnf .... IntfifiMl ..... ..... In fh. tun . nnttnnnl .. centers about the vice-; preildeiey. us there has never reason lo doubt for a moment- that lU lajc j t j,oss 0f an old trlend I Asked ns to tho prospect of Kuss'n's Commissioners of Public Instruction nfll,','n.t vlri'nlrp'.nMiTn',! Mr ' "nk '' ''' '' Jt the very soon sceklrg n r(eSli loan In Kuiope or that the employment or teachers nnd nt Kilr "as City The thr e names moBt citadel -of man's iiirect.onsT Then. If In II e 1'Plted States, M. Itothstcln attendance of pupils suffering from In favor with the ltp ihlleni s the silent watches of the night the awcrcd: thnt or any other contagious or ""tly. nre those nf Seereinrv Long of stomnch becomes suspicious that it! "' do not think there will be nny loan tlous disease Is ngnlnBt tlie best Iieprsentntlvc Do'Mver Imiy be 'entertaining mi nngel 'negotiated In Hurope by ItiHsla. The cats of the schools, nnd the ""VfJ,n.'ri!n.,,?vi'l,if iX "nres,' nnd jearns Tor Information ns -Minister of rinanre. M. Wltte. Bloners request the Hoard or llenlth to open to a'l cmneA aril Tto re- "' llle clmrnctcr or this nocturnal visit-.mm his budget with great care so as requite or Its executive officers that all main so until tlie ennveetlnn makes the or, which the rrlcmls of oleomnrgarlne to avoid disturbance or business tencheis employed or pupils In choice. It to be supposed, of tell us coires ns an nngel laden with whole throughout our large domain or mice in the schools who, there Ii renson rotirse, that the head of the ticket wl I blessings Tor the race, it Is respectfully I elsewhere, nnd tho budget Is mnile to l believe, are sulTorlng from iieii tlmt no one who Is rnri.rieil in th.. nnin.it niiir... i...,....iu lit within the Income of the emnlre. losls or nny other contagious or most complete and nothing under pntent No. 14S.7C7. which Is us urd buying steel cruisers In the United peets lo leave llie islnnus in n few has occurred to clear th' atmosphere lows: 'Tllls substitute for butter' 'con- Flutes, but thec don't exceed the bud- months for an extended visit In the slsts of n- bnfc0 of J'olk r 1,llltcr poi of l,'c I,rof,;,1,,,K BO lllllt' ln States. No one who Is real'v big "m"" l" n'l , , ,"" , ,, mki ngtnted In a zinc vessel that reality, expenditures hnve been kept It wns resolved to lequest the Hoard the chnlr of the presiding officer of the , . .,, ,, ,,,., .,, within the limit of it venr'a Income and of Public Works to look Into the to him In any way elll be nominated. Unmocratic Affairs. On the Democratic side there is the bennte. ami in cas oi emeigency in serve ns Presldert of the United States, tl!,7,,fZti0Thotciulun"is to come Earn to New York preferably, but Tammany nrd Its clilers and lieu- tennntB have bee' exonsed ns the con- trolling Influences direct the City" fil Ifio (ivunnnn n" tlt nnnr nnnnl of the metropn'lK. 'fnis wli work Irretnrab'o ha-in lo Tammany In snlt water ns described; the New York Democracy during big and agitating the mass, working In tne comirg campaign I.. II. 13. PAULIN. O Gorp;e Brims' Donlh. Georpe Hruns. n son of the late J. II. nruns. d'ed yesterday nfternnnn short- ly after 4 o'clock, after n lingering III- ness of over n year's duration. lie was untmirrled and wns born In Hawaii, vrjP(I fnr n onp; tme ror the Mu- ..., .U.l. rri....i... , .,'..... . .... ,..... ...... nn.l ...no ..... ., member of the Knights of Pythlns, I'ls furernl will take place on Sundny nrternoon nt 3 p. m. under the auspices or Hint order. O John Ttedwny. stevedore. Is missing. He has not been seen tor several days. His rnmlly nre anxious concerning his wl ereabouts, It Is said that he fhlp - cd to Snn Frnnclseo on the schooner Aloha, though his does not appear on the vessel's papers. WILL CHART WATERS OF PACIFIC OCEAN ItP'Mll.ir Pill!) t() l)H Fbtilll'Hlird Bet" eon Honolulu and tho Philippine l.-lands. WASHINGTON, Juno 11. Important work for the benefit of commerce In thu Pacific Is lo be performed bv tho .... ....... .i.. ..n. i,u , ,.,i,r..i....,i ' "" ....B." the appropriation or J100.000 ror ocean and Inko surveys. lu.r A,jm iirndrord. chler or the iiieuu of Hnuliiinent. l.na approved a rt.eommendntlon by Commander Todd1 for p,ornlo chaitlrg of the ' Conned by the Iluwuilun IhI.ui.Ih. H-o southernmost point of the ln. nnd the Islands of Japan. U . also proposed to establish n path i,.H iinnni.n.. .....i ii... ii,mi.,.,i....u i... f11iin..0,i ilv Ainei h'.in wnrsi ups. l,l,lt lf ""V hecome disabled otherH follow them It Is let- lug may pick ' up. lev h.. . u v H s "w II . .w .. K...mi ,.ih. nMriiny hnM not been expected to ;i;im lo uu. miivuy oi inn i'H''iue. hhiuku Is lulleved lint when she Iriima or ju, avilon nf thl 0..vei.,..i...l l.u will follow It. ..iairi.1.. ... imi'dn, oomplo.o nurvoyK nf hr I'nolNe IhImpU. It In uiiiluiNtfrflil. ftf i'aurt. HiHl llio ,,..;.;., ivi. '"..! ..:..-.. I'll. .nil ..v enn nitiiiiii ni.iir II.jiih ruMiltf hy nO'iipuiMiiiiff with nthnr iiMllmm. Jmpnm lum oxin tnl mr IIIMI'ltaT 111 BI1M It III! IVMimi III 1IIM :......... ......',..'. .....;..:.. " "Hd Iim item .. . .. Thf lllU nnil.ll of Ilia fl. A. I. iii ....... ui ii. .r t.,,,,1,'. m,. , nminra Villi ll' ei a - - ' -' Iih I.i.yn liihluK IMi bvhhI.IK, ft BLESS E II DISGU Law Passed Against Oleomargarine. T WE Mil ESCAPE Makes linposs'bin the Big Shipments to Hawaii of the Nauseous Compound. Special Correspondence. WASHINGTON. June 10. The new Grout law, which makes It impossible to continue the ,;re,lt ppments of tlie deleterious prod net to Ilnunll. mnv tirni n tnntlnr of " " ......, .. ilnnln.H .1...... !... ..... ... .... f. " "VlllVia llttlU U II L .11.1 Kt LUII" suiners after tl.ey hnve rend Mr. Grout's speech describing how oleomnr garine Is made. Mr. Grout said: 'And jet this false-faced monster inleoirnrcnrlne) sits with us .-,.-. ., (Ln lighter.) Volune 6 Is tnken ilnun n.i.i nnnnr.,1 t0 pnpe 32D, and the poor benighted Hon neh neks If tlie nngel wns made nler. nut ncnrnB no regpong0 it tni.c8 down volume " nnd opens to W "SO. nnd rends In" patent No. Mfi. - 777 His formuln Tor mnklng n 'substl - 1 tute ror butter,' 'rons sting or cntton - RC0(i 0) or other vegetable-oils treated wtii a solution of caustic soda In com- 'lnUon with farinaceous flour, which hint pieviously been thoroughly cooked U)C 0 nik coloring nnd llnvorlmr ns per liroecss desci Ihed.' Rut still there is no response. Ti ere ran tin nn nor. tnlnty of the parentage of the child In Hi's pntent: nnd lest the wondering stomnch may And some worse formula ror the manufacture of onecls. It takes down volume 2S nnd looks liop"rully for the pedigree or Its pnrt'ctilar guest In patent No. 301.782. round on pngo 173: A Srnp Emulsion. 'The process consists in (lrst form- K " H0,'I emulsion or tlie fnls or fnt ty oils with caustic soda: then precipi tate the Ives: then npplylng chlorinated nlknline lye. or chlnrlpn'ed i-as, to the soap emulsion, ns described.' "Hut tills formula Is found to be so full of lyes nnd sounds so much tike n lere'tt for making soap that the be- wildered stomnch abandons the Inquiry, declaring In tones or astonishment that oleomnrgarlne Is, Indeed, Hie mystery of mvsterle8 a far prnfounder mystery tl nn hush or snusnpe. "Let not this snd tale of a child without a father divert attention from the fact let It the rati er flx the mind up on It that so long ns bastard butter Is Isold for the genulre no purchaser enn bo sure but Hint he Is entlng It. nor enn ,le '" sure. of wlmt InKrcllcnts .ir V .nn. .....J nr ... priiniwiunn wut.f ........ ... . ir ntnunnru ............ inn .. condition of every Illegitimate blith, namely, nn uncertain and ns u doubtful pluce In the pedigrees may let In bad blood. so uncertainty ns to the Iniriedlents nf counterfeit butter admits the possibility that they may bo nnd unwholesome. Who can hiolc with ent're composure upon thlRitif possibility? Who will snv that the ,...,, wc. t,llt MlK)l ,,nl mo r'aesur's wire, to be above suspicion? Pome of the Articles, "II wl" p,,t l'0 r'"K""'"' 1'tit that n ""'"' '."' ''"'' '"""" .,..... nK " the formula of M. Mege the French "p' ,B n too, product, "v,u" "';"sf,' "!! '"T i" "' ' 'r""" vlres In which n.-'i und table o'ls nrd tallows tnke the place nri mnrguilre ol nnd In whleh vnrlous nehls ni'd nlknlls nro iiied, some of which, ns every ore knows. nre not ""Iy unWW...,n,rr. but ub.o.uto.y by patents nni'Utl for the mnnufaetiire of sillisiliuie . iiuuor; iiisuipiiuio or lime, , .Miirvle arid hpeole nold or- ',"nn, .. ZillnV '" '' '" ' '" "' ,,, ' ' .' ,""''' ",7 1 ' '" " ' "'i ? lZnl,Zl '.., iL."' , J "r' "l,""r" "' " l'il",'. "tiiow. mm, I n. '''"'" i'h. hntyrie eiimr runs. Uu pntHBh, rastor nM, elinllt, HllpperV' elm bulk, phiiI. oil of hiiiii.i, oil of un- flower ffe.l. nllv.i oil, iurnlwsed nil, .1.1 ,4 I i.. ..i I urn rw nmoraium, iminraiir in potnsii, i Z ZVZn LLl,d.d oil. .ilHo nolil .lev bli.iul ZZ" i liiil't'i1 h'khi puiyrip mi'hi I uu I ir. .nii'ii of I'Oiasli nnd cuiinil.; .'ii ' .. oiiinoan vniun iroiii tne r.asi fl,r,n,,,, ,,0y tend only to the that he does not expect to bo In I Ion..- InB and nglng of the tissues." lulu until the first of August and Judge, Pr. neat borne eni.l Hint he had seen ,"'J "y )" ,Ta "! 'I" "U3l"L'!,, f,l""'P' "'ho were beginning to find the Court ut.tll his ai rival. Htnlr climbing dlflleult nnd who were Judpe Ilurnphieys will take his heat .,.,., ,olr elnstlcltv much benefited ... . V .--. Jl,Htl"' a"1,'r1"1 l ''Miecied to rlv1 rr,"M ,,ll",m und will ':",v" ,".H !''!,!!! !';. ."" ? "'" vawi Yim " " m""1 ,., ,. vv , quorum na woon ns Uu momo.irs linifV " " ' . . . ..... .. ....'. n wull imiwii and iiiiiuh iiiiii iumiivs' (". "' . ' .' W.j'. I"'.. U.V' ' ' ' .''i ii, " a. u ii,. i, ' ' M'l mh.i I Iflbae wuu llueruted 'A AMK1U0A. r p ! NKW YollK, June ltothstelu, V tie HI. lVlernburK llnitnrler whose eon- feremes with Wall street bankers this l) week lave plum rle to rumors that tie object of his Inlt to the United Iillarrstltiu; ViMt nf n Hulun ctal Mn;untn, Plates wits to mnke nrruligcmrntH for llontlug n new Itiirshtn Government limn hcio or for establishing a Itutsiiin bank In this city, hns really come to .this countiy for neither or these ends, Ins npienis from an authorized with Mm. In this Interview M. Itolhsteln wiys: 'I hne come to America for the llrst 'EEBB production. It Feetrcd to mo Hint this develoi metit lind only begun, nnd thut tl'e futuie of your country was one of evtrnordlrnry promise In nil Hie Ileitis of Internntlonnl commerce. I come ni n pr'vule citizen nnd not s the ngcut of nny one else. 1 hope lo establish Intimate lelntlons with some lending banks nnd banking firms here Hint will ennble one of the banks under my direr tlon In benefit Itself while assisting ou, part cularly In promoting your cum- merclul relations with China. The ills- orders reported rrom uiiinn nre not oi rrent nlcnlllranpe. The lingers consist ... ..., ,,, " "" '- '""" """ '" " " , .......... .... l. ....1 .nt..... ...til .It" U.M e I 1 H I IM1 IVI1. I ICI1 pCtieU V I ( turn nnd commerce will cxpnnd. There will bo no war between the powers over iPlihin Tin. Iliplilr.nl riiriilalnxa Inter- remllnir .imtinr for the newHnn. pers It Ih not of great permanent nlflcnnce." - wiilc'i nmounts to I.fiSO.OOO 000 rouhlcn a year. It Is true that extraordinary ex- peno hnve been undertaken In s"c" "s ouinnrg me nmeruin iiuiironu no loan will be necessary. The sl" Government does not seek a loan I"" or elsewhere. The 110 000 000 loan! Placed here Inst winter wns intended ns nn net of friendship lnrpely. I my- !' offered to take from M. Wltte a largo block of the same bonds to be sold In France und Germany nt tho sumo price and he would not partwlth them. "Tlieio Is no country In the world except America with so great nnturnl resources to be developed nnd with such brilliant prospects ns those of .If'ssla. Loans made In Russia, I'''1 lo ""' Government or to Itusslnn enterprises, are therefore advantageous to the lender, for the present and prospective piopperlty of the country Insures both principal and Interest. At piesent discount rates In llussln are six nrd seven per cent. If American bankers should offer of their abundant funds to M. Wltte. I have no doubt Hint he would take the matter unc" ir consideration." Htolen Bicycle. A Japanese was arrested yesterday wJille riding a wheel claimed by another man. on tlie charge of having stolen the machine. The prisoner claims he purchased the bicycle from a roiintrymnn ror Sir.. The cns.s up In the Court tills morning. COMMISSIONS ARE STILL AWAITED. Supremo Co irb .Meets Only lo Adjourn W or. I From .III U-G Slllllliilll. It required the Supreme Court but u brief five minutes yesterdny to meet and again adjourn. The commissions the Justices were expected to nrrlvo by tl e malls from the Coast, but us tl.ey did not come the Coutt will ud Journ fiom time to lime until they i each here. It Ib expected that Judge Stanley will hold over for a month or more. as soon iih his commission nrrlves. It Is uiderBtood thut the reason of Judge .Htunley's BUicrsesslnn Is thut ho wns not nn American citizen. Justice Whiting enjoyed n lurge tlrn liefiire he wunt nn thi lieni.h .linltrn Stn,.y ttH nssoclated with Ot.iu.ial ..ailuell heron, he beenm udj.i. Deputy High HIierlfT ('hlllliiKwnrlh IH'UI PII1HI I III IJ 1 Ul!l I III ll H nHIIMIHP'l on Im II, SCHOOLS OF T First Session of Board of Education. TALK OF TUBERCULOSIS Resolution Against Employing I felted Teachers--Dr. Maxwell Resigns. Vov the first time under the Territory the liourd of Education met yestnrday afternoon nt tlie Judiciary building. Superintendent of Public Instruction A. 'nmnsun nun in uiu uimr unu uu ui tlie members were present' save Dr iv,inll "-"- Alt I ., , , r , o .. I'nunll.Mnn . n, .1... - ,.'..,, 1 vou, I, ,11, wt tu o..u jeci oi iiiocrcuiosis was iiurouuceu oy 51 r. Von Holt, nnd utter some H.OI1 ttim' linSBcd bV UlinilllllOUS vote. The resolution wns ns follows: "In view of the Inctenso of tuberculosis in the Territory, it Is the sense of tho tlous disease be reported to the depart- incut or to the Hoard of Health." I Dr. Maxwell sent In his resignation " ineuiuer ui inc- nuniu us ne ex- Hon of the Fort Street school which was reported to be out or repair. Tlie salaries of J. N. Tnggard of the Knllhlwacnii school nnd II. II. Ilrodle of the Ilnnnpepe nchool were raised fiom $1000 per annum to $1200 per an- mini to take effect tho llrst of April last. The balance of the meeting was devoted to n discussion of plans for the work of tlie year. . COULDN'T TKVUT AL.LION". Iowa onntor Dialings tho Vico FroBlden'.inl Nnminntinn WASHINGTON. June 11. Senator Allison, ucconipnnled by his colleague. Senator Genr. had a long conference with tho PieBldfii this morning. Mr. Allison call-, cd to tell the President that lie could not, under at y circumstances, consider tho prcfTer of tho Vico Presidential nomination. i he President told Mr. Allison that the party needed a conservnjlve, umn like himself in this crisis, and pleaded with him to s nk Ids personal piefercnceB and becomo a willing victim to party loyally nnd ull that koit , or thlrg. Mr. Allison resisted the temptation, reminded the I'resldent of the fait that ho was now clialiinan of the Committee on Anrroprlntloi s, and as such the practical controller and lender of the Renaln: whi ress. If lie wele V'ce President, ho uould he nothing more than presiding of the Senate, nimble to rontrol anything, without power or authority and In nil hut the distinguished title n which nhase, Mr. Allison told tho President, n man who had heen k) long In puhl e life its himself could not consent to Mil, even though party loyalty It. Henntnr Gear. Mr. AH'son's senior In point of venrs lnt his Inn'or ns n Senator, stood mnnfiillv by Mr. Allison and oi hoed nny protest he made. The Kynmlner Is Infoimed upon tho highest nuthorllv Hint Mr Alison, after fencing for some time, told the President linlnlv erd hliinllv ivhnt he had heretofore told his colleagues at the Cnpltol thpt no hlnnd'shment, no nrg.'ment, no plulge, no promise, could l"d"ee lim to r've up the plnre he now holds In tho Rrrnle pnd which the people of Iowa, v-Mi hepiow upon him so long as he. wishes It. When to Smp Kltuh and MiHc. Pentdn nvi'r HO would tin well to ,, mIk nm) fpp (1 ,.t Sllu Dr. Henry M. Dearborne. "These nre the structuie forming foods of animals wllch mature in a short time, and when taken In quantities by human be ings whose structures hnvo already i, .,n,,,i,,t.,. .i,n. fmm ,n. ..n.i,, i,. i. ,. mvt i,.rn... In the duration of life below the uge of TO, statistics prove," lie snld. "but beyond Hint period there hns been no Improvement." In his oi iniiin, tho person over fO should have us good n ehun -v. to pieyrrve life ns the young e1 I just, beginning Its struggle with exit.iencu. Now York Times. Hl;elow on Oom Piinl. Potiltney Ulgelnw. who wont to the TruiiHVnul promising not to nbiiao or cnrlunttire Oum Piiul, wrlten tlmt vhn Oom I'l'lvs In Htnte he leealls the advance uKtint "f n olicus troupe, ind when he winks to rhiiri'h be Is umiveil, llkb nn end mnn t the minstrels. Ho fii.lhermore hint uh i .iuiiig oti. gr.ifT. Ih'tenite dilv.tr Willi the smil of ii I'romwull and thu educiitlon of u red Indian,