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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, ' TUESDAY, . FEHRUARY 10, 1014. SEMI-WEEKLY. - RECEPTION TO UMPIRE IS FEATURE OF GAME BEFORE ALL-CHINESE GET BUSY AND TRIM DAVIE DESHA'S , BUSCH FANS RISE -UP AND CHEER. ' v"': ; CAPTAIN STA'YTON. 'V'. : '-'' ..(From Sunday Advertiser.) All Chines 6, Hawaii 0. foster. Robinson had kit tbe btt of .the" argument with Touag Tamagmhl ta the elating game of too Mid-Pacific Ail-Chinese Winter League at Athletic srk jcaterday, Poster's team winning 1 from l)ui Delia's Uawaiis by a score oc 5 to C ;v . " . AtiLty to niake drives to the outfield tOuuu work ea tie- bases k.iil gtoj-iug ,un winch got is in eyes of ,mv' nawntia, uelc,e.t roir get away uUi itto.Mtog taj ot vao kcwro. ins sttipoit, lo, t a whole tut bettor tUta' itiat of tba ' oBohsnia ttign t bool hourer'i and the errore behind I uiiw wtato.iar itwa lotwyoan laoaa iUv itawhiia luado. ' . i 'VibtU th.r it ' aevral faturea 'ltilOj lltlOdghtMlt tuo ouUt, lao iv-t-ft'ttu' b oHi(lro Htaytuu yr.ul la mo gaiwt ta bo auuouuccci ia Lav torn kui tko abknv0 of tfeo righttivld tgwuta wo o tnu tttlax otnts ol tao . Hervico tII team, mnUreM Willi aov iuuu-f. , n ' lral lever mm from th vnr'.ous .teamn ?"!Z:Vt hod E.tra,k.. Bhw,d n.r: loHi battenm, tuo graodatanu iaua ana tuoao in the bk libera aa wo.l gav Liut a round oi hearty a'.iauo, atiow l g ipll woll they were m actoid with biui in hi fndeavora to atauip rowdy ikju out of bfetoball. Ueveral nlararda arattored nroraiaru- ouoly about the grounda tailing atten tion to the fact that objeetronaklo ehar-UA-lera woiilit ha tkrnwu nut nl1 Ihi ground ket the ompir baiters, and rough-ueeka well within boo a da and off the diamond there waa pot aign of ae tioa to mar the playing of the game. . ruyera tMt Koaxn. . Held, there waa a bit of rough piay at the lat la the fourth inning between Calliingwortb, thortstop of the llawarii, and Kna Yen of the cbineae. . ilenry took a 'vnanee and ' tried to core oa a bit to kobineou by Kualii, Lut waa caught betwee .' third . and i. owe. Aa ae irien o arore rvan ien trurk Cbillingwortb-on the bead with the ba.i a great dial barder thaa waa at-rewary. Henry thea lost hit temer and went rougbabod after the Chineie atther; knot k ill g hiru to the ground. I'layeia aad umprrea interfered at thi : mJm'nS and Jimnrw mrmm alt. Ik itrtiM to beat it to the street Hotho. Xo. other coune was left for the unv the fhioese eatvber t the tall wneut a welt, for be waa just aa much - to Llanie for the rough, bouse aa was Chil ling worth. ; ; It was a sad lose to the Hawaii, thia (basing of t hillingworth, for it broke tip n strong infleld, as well as an out field, and several fly' balls which should have been easy outs were turned into singles aad a double and triple, all of wkkb of ronrse gava the All-Chinese many runs, Htill the run the A. C s gathered in the oieuing round waa enough to annet the game."" ' , .' How Kun Were Kada. : j i Charley Kb 8u starting for the A. C a, poled a single to center and then stow second.- A, Akana flew to Mort yama, Ial Tin walked and 1 Akana with a .dinky bit to eouterfleld, . sent ,ka Hue to thud. Ou Markban'a fly to O." Desha, Kn Sue reached the rubber. "All Luck" Ayau fanned, ending the round. From that time on to the eighth in ning it waa nip aad tack betweea the two teams, aaitber aide being able to Kt a aaaa to the rubber, altboush Chil- liagworth toased away a' chance ta score ia the fourth aad Ft B. J. did likewise in the flftb. la the eighth the A. Ch gathered (a. V.A.nna lfl.lla7.IU t -1 Tin's hit ari.ll I. ll.n. lug to the glaring sun. and because Davie Desba dropped a pop up from the let of Denny Markham. Two more A. Cs romjied in the ninth. Foster Robinson siugled. to left, but was nabbed at third when he tried to get from first to the diflicult corner af ter Asam had booted Alvin Bobinson'a bit ' When Yamagncbi threw the ball iuto centerOeld In aa attempt to catch Alvia loafing at second, the Pride of Maui went to third. Ea Sue walked and stole second and thea be and Al vin scored when L. Akana singled to left.' '- : -v . .. - . r- ' .,, . J'ollowlug is the. score: .. 'CnrE8E AB KBRHRrY) A 13 Ea f . 1 . 1 . I 8 8 0 0 0 A. Akana, JD-XD ,4 O 0 0 0 0 Lai Tin; 8b 4 1 1 10 5 0 Ji. Akana, If ..... 5 1 2 1 t 0 0 Markham, 2b .... 3 0 1 0 2 3 0 Apau, lb .. . . 1 0 0 0 1.0 0 Aran, ea 3 0 0 1 4 3 I Kan Yln. e ,.',..,'4 00 0 8 3 1 P.- Robinson, p 4 0 t 0 0 4 0 A. Bubinson, rf , . 4 10 0 10 0 Totals ,.85 3 8 6 87 18 3 HAWAII AB RBIISBrO A E C rrima f A (1 I ft 1 n Cliillingwortb, ss.. 2 0 0.0 1 2 0 Ah Toon, rf . .. 1 0 0 0 8 0 0 Johnson..;. 1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Kuabl, 2b ...i,.. J. 0 0 0 2 2 0 Joy, 0 .1 0 8 1 0 A. Poslin, lb '. ., J ' 0 t .' 8 9 0 1 Assoi, 8b ,.. ... ... 3 0 0 0 3 4 2 White, rf cf . . 3 0 , 0 p 2 0 0 Yamnguchl. p .. 8- 0'' Q,. A 0 1 1 D. Deabo, If . . . 2 0 0.0211 Totals 8 0 I 0 87 18 8 Hit and run by inning: . ' (hne-ei Rna....l 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 - B II.. . :i 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 S Hawaii:' Runa....0 0 0 O fl 0 0 0 00 '..' B. H....0 0 9 1 2 0 0 0 (k 3 Surrmary Threo-l ss hit, L. Allans; two-rie hit, Kn Huej ssennce fly, Marfcham; dmille plays, 'Robinson tl iii iin io rvnn i in o njmi, mi iiii to Msrkham to Kan Yin, Lai Tin to Ayau to Apan; bane on ball, oflt Yamii ITtH'hi 0, off Ko'oinnon 1; ntnir! out, by I Yanma-iK hi .1. hr K obi nun d 7. Ilmn r. Ptaytoo and Br una. Tim of game, onu kour.anu t nirty two minuteii. ; All-Chine3 and All-Service Team Vio with : Each ' Othsr in' ' . Booting Ball About Park.' ' (From Monday Advrti'r. All-Chincso 7, Ail Sorvlro 0. . Captain Hitenl niijili end h'a AV Improvement over thi prevovs a pojr. anee at Athletie i'nrk yeii'erdav after noon, f nelly los'ntr a kkrd fought ro i-t'st-of eleven jnniugs ty a sooro of T to . . , From a spectator's point .of viw St waa a peculiar sort of garaa. B fi teama were away off In the Holding, and seventeen errors scattered throirjlv out the content kept tbo two bundre ( odd fana ou the noxious sent fron tti .time rltsyton called the it,er'e ua ' Charier Ea Sue slid over the pi ite wi'li the odd run of the game in the eleventh inr.ing. '. .-. Just whether Charley was entitle! ti that tan is a question with the fans. Several of them say be was out, and sevirrar say "Chailey was safe. A 'the big gua of the (imo.i Norris Ftaytnn, said he was safe, that slioull settle th? qnrstice. " . Bound' tl ree can be put dowa as b inir the joke inning of the si-rsp, si though several of lha. ether innings hi d a plentiful sprinkliiiT of the b si v i rioty of bU scattered lure.and thure. . One liasn oa balls, two, ptoleu .r.asoe aad five .glaring errors' on the rart of (he soli I cm allowed three of tba AM Chinese to romp to th-j rulnlier. Yin, Lotting first in the third, was pesil to flrt, and with a stear and an error by Hixenli.tiijh of thtf estihere heave, Yin reached third.' . When lir.w oi rtepned ea his foot and m?sd u; En 8ue' huntj Yin scored.'.. Craiby atola second, and then tame home when Kent drorped LaI Tina fly, Iial.gc;iu2 to aeeond on the mincue. Lnwson a-.-nin eteppel oa b's foot when Robi bnnted, and then threw W Id to fi.st, Twi romping home: ' . J"nllnwing is thj score) SERVICE AB RBIIHUtt) A E 2 I! 0 0 2 2 0 0 Williamson, Sb Uwinton, ef Kixenbangb, ss Shay, rf ..,... Willis, lb Ronowt kl, e . . ' Kent, If Orammuth, 3b . Lawson, p Totals ...... Chinese En Sue, ef 0 2 0 3v 0 3 1 4 1 10 0 8 0 0 0 2, 1 - 0 O .39 6 5 1 32 11 B AB R BH SB IO 1 , 2 0 1 0 1 o 0 0 0 1, 0 in 1 8 A. Akana, lb ... . 6 Lai Tin, ss-.lb ... 5 F. Robinson, 2b-rf 3 U Akana, If Markham, 2b21 , A. Robinron, rf . Ayan. ss ....... Kan Yin, e . . . . , Apau, p . , Totals ..41 7 5 3 33 19 8 Hits and runs by innings. Service: R...0 00200008 1 8 n. H...0 002001020 06 Ch'nese; B...0 030011001 l-7 ' B. H., ,0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 15 eummary Three-base ' bits, Will s, Grammuth; two-base hit, A. Akuna; aaeriflca hits, Swiuton, En 6ue; double llay. Apau to Lai Tin t A. Akana; hit by pitched ball, WillianiBonj baset oans, on Apau 3, ofT Lawson a; struck out, by Anu , by.Luwson 1; wild pitches, Lawson 3; passed ball Bonowski. .Umpires,' Btayton ami Brons. : Time of game, one hour and niiy-iour minutes. Clyde Engle and Olaf Henrlckson, members of Bill Carrigan'a Boston Red So, are at preseut eujoying stilT win ter breezea in Carrlgan 'a camp at Win throp, Maine. Tommy Madden, the for mer Bed Sox backstop and Forrest Cady also are 'having a lively time Uljrging boles ia the ice aud trailing the tracks of swift antelopes. Carrigan, It ia flash ed b wireless, trapped a 40 pound grizsly enb, iut was utiuble to bang on to it when the animal pulled Bill's favorite pipe from bis lips. ; ,- - Earl Yingliug, notable southpaw twiiler, has siuued with the Clncinuntl ReiU.1 Yipgling averaged well with -Brooklyn durine the 1V13 schedule and is expected to add strength to iierzog's pitcuing equipmeut. - Leonard Blackburn, the 'll 000 beauty," is to till Joe Berger'a place st secoud base for the' White Sox this aeaaon. JAPANESE BATTERY , TO OPEN FOR H1LO TEAM MANAGER JACK EAStON OF BIQ 'ISLAND BASEBALL AO 1 GREOATI0N PROMISES TO SPRINa SURPRISE IN v; ' FIRST GAME OF- INTER-ISLAND - SERIES. 1 v ' Cbnirmnn A. I.. C of the. Inter IVsiKlji)ihad Olflf't'D In augurate its season next Saturday af ternoon at Athlotic lark is la rctdpt of a h'tler from Manager Jnck Easton of iiilo, stating that the Hawaii team will ana e next Thiirsilay ' arteruoon. Maul is also expected to have its team si curl tbe nteuaier, alt hough Mahnger Itaioid CliRtle Las written that to be tblt: to W ou Land at least a week before the openiug Ur.y and it is larc ly pwssible tae teairf wi.l Arrive lues uay, -.' ; .' .' , "' . in -h't couinninication, Kartoa says IliJo is out to win the uiiunt ot tae iLUr-iS.'ujul scriei a weil as The AJ vertirer t lip, auit thai the teum la iu (!ne shape uud. rekdy lor a laid fought m-rics. i.astou auo writes that b will IntrO'tiice a ri al Japantse' buttery in his opening game iaiust the Oahus next nuliiluy and t'' that he lans wilt be surprihod at tbe abi.ity of these two jnen.'- . : . (lood reporU also come from the man agers of lha other Hams and nH of them are tonfldunt of annexing tbe ma jority of panics in the sorics. Fun&bou is mahicg a great eOTort to' have a iraakerjat k team iu the (eld and yes terday afternoon at Bchoflold Barracks the uien ahowod continued , improve ment iu the hitting,' fielding aud team work, and. Csptaia Heiisbaw- expresses himwlf aa well satisfied wHb the way tbe team is bihavinp. ' , With 'ihe' axituraace of the part of the managers and players alike that they will gie the fans tbe best there Is in them, they con look forward to soma real baseball during the playing of the Uiter-Islaud series.' ' Oaba Leagua Meeting; , ' While it is hardly probaLle tbat"a presiiicnt will be- elected by the Oahu Leaguo directors tomorrow evening, tbe way will be at least paved for tbe tilling of' this important pohition.- : Several names have been nie.ntionnd for the crown and naturally each diree-. tor wilt have a lean rug toward . some particular person. At that the two men who seem Toremont in the running are Joe Cohen and t'.' C. Pctors, with the majority of the directors favoring the theatric-it man, although Peters is highly sMiken of and would ably fill the position. 1 ..': : For vice president Ihe name of Law rence Reddington will be brought be ' Ouiiboat Smith, tbo white hope, who is in Chicago at the present time, says that Will.e Ritchie in a Welterweight. uiith aya that Ritchie can't make i'ii pouuds aud that lie ia afraid to meet Tommy Murphy at a respectable weight, ; -;.', '". ; , .;. ' After all, tbe Federals may have been lucky in not getting Walter John son. It the bg Washington winder hail, jumped it would probably have in. ilmed the good butters, to stick to or ganized ball. -: Charlie . Bomers, president : of the Naps, slipped Stev O'Neill a check for 8300 .for participating ; in more games than any other Cleveland catcher during last year's race. Steve is seri ously considering purchasing . a arm' with tlil saug bonus. Cat her Arbogast and Pitcher Slagle were released by ; the. Angels at the same time that Toier and Gregory drew their blue envelopes. Arbogast may land with the San Jose club of tba Cali fornia State League, ' ; . , . Manager Clark Griffith isn't taking any wild chances on Comedian "Ger many" Schaefer getting lost with the vaudeville (tars of an oriental kinirdom. Accordingly, Schaefer will receive hia 1B14 contract when tbe world a tourists land at Colombo late this, month. The Washington Club realizes the tremend ous attraction of "Germany " and takes this cabled precaution to assure hia ser vices the present season. Short Sports DFXCollis Brovmtfs The ORIGINAL AcU like a Charm In DIARRHOEA, and is the onlr SpsclAe In, ' VfllULiliiKA and - . . DYSENTERY. rf Tho only Palllsitlva in MBUBALOIA, OOUT, wMKUMATISaa. ConlMln HxIKsl TsMUMajr - .in i In IIo'iim by nil Clv-mMs ft m hLiod. 11 i, 20, 48. . ,w' taiii w r ' r"l fore the officials. 'Reddioglon was at Oh time proposed for president of t re league, but several of the directorit stem to leel he is better qualified to act as vue president or as a ineuibet of the board of directors, j - G. Alfonso and Jl. U. Lowry have beon,. JnviiUooed as secretary of .the bihOjiie and either niaa is qualifled ' to isnlifulty till thu position. , .' -Alfonso scemr to have the' inside tittck hml could throw he votes of at le:t eight of the directors should he take a flght for the !job.' Lowry, wheu sjioken to toliceruiiig the plac ing of. his name In nomination simply lauubed snd .said something about souiel.ody tryiug to kid bim. i Upon be. ing preyed tor aa auswer Lowry said "i am not seeking oflice in tbe Oahu League, If the members of the -organisation feel I am tbe man for the position iiul would show a spirit of be ing willing to back me up in my fight for loan baseball and up to date meth ods' in conducting, their association 1 might allow my name to go before them for a vote, Htill, I am inclined to think that several of the members are opposed to my style of doing base ball, and ' unless I ,was assured . bf strong backing I would simply have to decline even teliiir considered." , Tread ay for, Treasurer. ,' Mentioned for treasurer of the league Is Tommy Tread way, and be is well fitted for -t ho position,, in fact it is doubtful if a better man could be pick ed than Treadway to handle the funds Of the league. ..; , At that it is not to be a question of personalities in selecting the officials of the Oahu League. . A . clean sweep U nccenarr in one sense of the word for thosejonicials who ran tba league last year are not in line to again conduct ofiicca. Tbe members pf. the board of directors are favorable to live wires to run'-.th league, well realizing that the dayef bush baseball ae over ia II. aoIiiliind to bring the game back to a high Vandard, up-to-date men are needed to til o It . , . ,,, , .' ; i , While th names soUoiitte'd may not meet with thevBpprovaJ,iof thei majority of the director they, must as least find men who will pVase the fan and who will riot haseboil back where it belongs Just what ..tnd vf aaiove the direc tors Will make remainsnto be1 sees but The-Advertiser is eoefldent that' the right tmiber will be pHtJred to conduct brsrball at Athletic Park, during the season of. 1914. ; , " , Young Yamagurh, former pitch- er for the Yokohama High School team of Japan who pitched aa ex-. cellent game for the JIawaiis two. weeks ago at Athletie. ; Park against the All-Chinese will try a comeback stunt. this afternoon for Davie Desba 'a team ia the final ,game of the, Mid-Pacffio League aeries. i.y.-,,',- - ' : Fana who witnessed the game were , much improaaed with the clever manner, in i which the youngster handled himself and barring a bit - onstage fright found little fault with hie work. Those rough 'edges have now been rubbed off and there is lit- tie doubt . but what Yamaguchi will do even . better, than oa hia first appearance. . - . v , .... Opposed to Yamaguchi will ba Foster Robinson ' aad , fana can look for a faat contest at Ath- letie Park..-. , .-. ';' . . Game is to be called at three a) O'clock with Willie Desha - and George Bruoa handling the indi- cators. - i":v 4 .'..''. - .' . -i. i., ... . s . ' If Ed Smith, tbe Chicago sporting writer, purchases the . franchise of the uenver western xeague l.'luD rrom tbe enterprising James C. McGill, Billy Sul livan, veteran. White Sox player, will ha annointeit manavA nf th Iaihi with out further dickering. Smith considers Sully one of -the greatest character la baseball and points to the fact that it was Sullivan who developed Ed Walsh and other pitchers of note.- ' and ONLY GCNUI' E. Checks aad arrests FEVER, ' CROUP, AGUE. ' t f i,mt4y'kBWOJ for , I COUGHS- C0LD3. - ;A asthma, beonchitii npaaMS sssa soum. . Knl UanuLMUIVM. I 1 J T. Oavshiost, LuL, Loajeo, S-BV' . " .-... i. y'.'; n'"-. fl mf JfiPiiiJESEPLEil FOR Film PLAY Editor Sheba of Hawaii Shinpo Reviews Recent Eresta and De clares That Japanese Residents &nd Japanese-Americans Are Not Given Christian Treatment in This Christian Land.. V From SiinrtByu'rlrtveVtWr.r ' Aa appeal to the 'American people .or justice toward1 the Japanese resl tent ia Hawaii, -of both Japanese and Aniericaa lirth, ia made ia todav'a ia- me of his paper by h. tlhoba, the editor jt the Hawaii Hbinpo. Commodore l'erry," he says, in eoneludipg a strong irguiuent for lair play, "backed bia atea- with the Japanese to open tbe loors with the weapons ot war aad "orce. I now implore 'you . e-. to ncet tba Oriental races oa equal terms sad in true Christian spirit, and -I -tack up my plea with tbe weapons of ,ieaee aad conscientionsneea, of justice ind humanity and the common sense of .be American people." Mr. Sheba heeds his signed editorial 'Unfriendly Treatment of Oriental lacee," afd saya: . -'When Perry Threatened. , . "If the Democratic party had sot ontrolled the general election of 1853, md had aot Frankliu Pieree been elect ed to the Presidency of "the United tales of America, Japan would have offered the control of her independ ence to be put Into jeopardy at the bands of Commodore Perry," ''.' "President Filmore had already given lis sanction to the plan of occupation jt the Loochoo Islands and an Ameri- an squadron, consisting of the Susque hanna, ' the Mississippi and' the Sara og'a, visited the )xrt of present Nshs u Okinawa Prefecture, and would have tad planted the Stars and Stripes on be island bad not the administiation 'a oliey undergone a sudden change with ba return to power of the Democratic arty. A moiled fist waa plainly shows At the weak .and tottering Sbogunate government, and finally Japan kissed ; ha rod before Perry 'a cannon. Perry ' aid to Japan that it waa all for the take of humanity, friendship and inter tatioual comity. . '- ' . ' .' . ; '..Tba .'Heathana." "' v "Sixty years since the 'advent of ?erry'a visit to Japan, the worM ha vronght' wonderful changes, and, ' to ?ay, tbe United States wants to close her doors to us. 4 Ask, and ye shall be tlven; knock, and ye shall eater.' says he Bilde,' Which ia being forced upon the 'heathens' of the Far East, .by Vmerican missionaries. We hujnbly ask or equal right and equal treatment at he hands of the United States, with Kuropean -people, some of whom are by io means superior to us in their intel lectual attainments and refinements. We ask, bnt tbe door ia not open to is; tbe more we knock, tha closer it huts. The door of immigration is now" slmost closed to as.' ' Even those, whe ib to outer the United States ia pur suance of knowledge and learning, are tarred out from the abore, enlightened with the light 'of new civitieatio aad "efinementa, .. , , " ' s .! .'..'.;, Constitution Denied. 1 ""Even the righta guaranteed by tbe Constitution are now denied to tbe Ori ental races under the name of ''domi ciled aliens.'. A step further, eveo those whe 'are American citizens by tbe right of their birth ara barred from tbe enjoymentrfif their rights and privl leges by, tbe recent ruling of the de partment of labor, which igaored the iirth certificate, issued by tbe terrltor--al government of Hawaii, contrary to -he ukage hitherto prevailed.-' . I refer o the ruling of the department ot la W in tbe case of Nobuichl Ekita. We knock because that sacred right of equality is denied to citizens of Japa nese descent- ' "Ekita waa born la the Territory of Hawaii after its annexation to the United States, and be has a certificate )f birth issued by the territorial gov ernment pursuapt to a legislative act of 1005, which ' makes such certificate a prima, facie evidence in acquirement of franchise. ' The boy left for : the States to enter a certain oollege, but waa rejected at and deported from the port of San Francisco, upon tba sim ple reason that the certificate is no evi dence to prove bis citizenship oulslds of tbe Territory. A State ignoring tha act or aaotber government, under the federal power! .'" -"The issue was' taken up by the Sec retary of tba Territory, but tbe depart ment ot labor sustained tbe contention of the immigration authority at . Baa Francisco. -, This ruling practically ties to a corner of the United States all American-bora JaUaueAd, and they eaa not travel to the mainland, because the mainland immigration ofticials will pass only . those Japanese who come with msHporta from . the Japsnese govern uent, according to so-called ' Gentle nea's Agreement,' and these passports 'be American-born Japanese canuot get, is bver them tha Japanese government 'ag no jurisdiction, whatever. These Soys are born tinder the American flag tnd on American soil, but they eannot ravel within their own country. Fur thermore, , they . are made mora raltier ible, being deprived of a flag and a government that will protect their 1q erests. The letter of the Constitution 'nses practically all its meaning under the contention of the, immigration of Icials aa sustained by the department if lubor. They are made American clti 'ns without rights and without privil eges. ' Common sense seems nowndavs iwfully lacking in tbe treatment of the lapanese race by Americaa Immigration iflirlals. . - Levss tha Land of Freedom. "I bav lived within the jurisdiction' of the United Ktntes and nnHec Id. fln for the last twenty-two years, longer than in my native country. I have esrnea 10 love the lind of Freedom ana 1 anmire the institutions. 1 have invested all my scanty fortune here, m imiiii wnn rniioren, who were an Dorn nnner the Ktar Kpangled Ban ner, and tbey attend the government se.nooiB to receive a thorough Amerlcsa education, i Tbey are not tsnght their mother tongue in the belief of their parents mat tney will live permanently in the United States. I know almost everybody whom I meet on the streets. In a word, I eaa say with pride that my hesrt and soul ai with the land where I live and where I have more friends today thaa ia sir bativa eoun try.' And, ae a newspaper man, I have always aimed ta do my full duty to ward me power that protects me. Ex uovernor (rear commented my pspr In the following terms. He said: 'It bos etrivsa courageously and persistent fy for what it believed to be the best interests of its own people, the Japa oese, ia - these Inlands, whether Its coarse in doing so for the time being wss popular or not. At the same time. It baa not been unmindful of its obli ttilnrf to tbe land la which these peo iil : sojourn. It hat aimed materially ia the cultivation' and maintenance of that feeling of mutual respect and kind liness among the races which ia ao typi cal, so appropriate aad ao essential la this mixed community at the meeting place of the East and West. In a word. It has gone far towards exemplifying the idea of a wnrthy aewspsper in its earnestness and unrgihtness of purpose Ite fearlessness for tbe right and the just, and its generous breadth of view,' eie. j , 1 .'. - '.."I am'prond to live as an' honest mas under the flag. that gnaranteea freedom and liberty to every honest, law-abiding man. And, yet under the preeent system of immigration law, I have no assurance that I can return to my home 'Ae dearest spot under the sun, onre 1 'nay go abroad.- Before the American 'aw governing immigration, there Is no listinetien betweea the resident, or domiciled aliens and the aliea immi grants or new comers, to the great in luetic to those who have homes 'with in tbe United States aad who love aad admire' tha country. ' Wlckarabam'S Opinion. "Former Attorney General Mr. Wick - ersbam, whom I bad the pleasure of meeting, said recently of the Japanese residente ia the Territory: 'Many of these people were born in Hawaii since its annexation to the United States and are therefor native-born American citi zens, entitled ander - the Constitution to all the righta and privileges of--citi-aenshlp. I made careful inquiries, bnt could find no. unfavorable sentiment concerning them among any of the Ha waiian people.' ! Aad among them I found a sentiment of intense loyalty to tha United' States and great pride in tbe flag.' ' ' :-.' ' . '. t. '. . Xarget'of Bacial Attack. . - , "These peaceful and industrious and iionest residents and the loyal., citizens re today tbe target of racial anil narrow-minded legislation! or rather' such interpretation of law . by petty immi gration Officials, which we cannot but onsider as an Insult upon and persecu tion of oriental races tbe insult, and lersecutlon.tbat will never find remedy nlil a new. law is made and provided fos our nsturslixatiou. ' . .1 , ."America a doors aeeina now to, t losed much tighter han those of old fapaa half a century ago, for America ia not satisfied with shutlag out new comers, but aha seems not in peace ol mind until she drives out ell Japanese aad. Chinese, by nnjust treatment and by. deprivation. - -n '' '. J v . Fatlenca and OpUmlam. 4 'Are the American people satisfied that their nation will have a - kmooth way in her attempt to attaia the com nercial supremacy In the Orient while insulting and Tterseeutins the oriental races at home I We are patient races, but you are ao awfully optimistic. . .: By these narrow-minded acta and humiliating deeds aad by wilful perse cution, the Americaa people ara undoing all the good that they have don to wards us in tha past; they ara ahowlng to the world that tbey art not equal (0 the standard of human equality and brotherhood of men, that they have preached to others; they-are alienat ing and even antagonizing those who are their loyal friends and admirers. That noble and righteous spirit of tbe Puritan seems now eclipsed by the political vapouring used to pleas tbe forelga-born, voters, of the west, par ticularly. ' . ' "Commodore Perry backed hia plea with th Japanese to' open the door, with th weapona of war and force. ' ' I now implose with, my- good friends. Americana, not to entirely close their door to us, but to meet tha oriental races on equal term and in true Chris tian spirit and I back Bp any plea with the weapon pf peace and conscientious mess; of justice aad humanity and tbe common sense of tbe American people.?' ! . !. After forty-fiv yeara of usefulness and having been played for Hawaiian Kings, Queen and Princes, who have since passed away, th pip organ at St. Andrew 'a Cathedral waa dismantled on . Saturday and work was begun on tbe installation of a magnificeut 810, 000 organ, tha largest in the Territory. . Th new. organ ia being Installed by the Honolulu Music Company nnder tbe direction rot Superintendent. ' John' B, B'trrgstrom, a sr'aliif in this line of work.' - ""1 . ',' : ;. . V , . . . ',.. -- The old organ' ha been donated to th Chines Mission and will be in stalled there as soon aa the work is completed on the hew organ. ' , Ia taking the prgaq apart a quantity of dust was found in the work which must have been accumulating for the past forty-fiv years. . - . Hergstrom state that with th .' ad vanced age of the Instrument tbe tones from tbe pipes are. sweeter than those on a newer and more up-to-date one. Age, be stated, bad the kame effect on organ pipes as it has on violin. ' Th new organ' will b operated by lectrlcrty, 1 ,. ' ' A FOBTT YEAR 9" TEST. ' . Cbamberlala ' -fouah Bcmedr : ba been curing cougba and colds for the past forty year and has gained ia po pularity every year. What better rec ommendation ia required f ', For tale bv all dealers, Benson. Smith A Co.. Ltd., goats for "Hawaii, ; , ; ' : abic ros t&M Gnviota DrrauJ Fertilizers BIRD SCARS. OLD FIELDS Will not maintain their jrcdiictive y forever nnder a one crop system, t,t yon rsir moke .them tost longer ly the' judicioii application of the proper Fer tilizer, Improve, them now while t) have the msther on you mind. , . . 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PAID UP CAnTAL.,....J.$C00.O00.Cl 8TJRPLUS i J 100 000.r0 UNDIVIDED PROFITS , 15702 92 ' OFFICERS. ,V . . C. H. Cooka. V.Proaiilont E.-1). Teuney Vice Prjaidout V. B. Datuou.... ...Cash! t Q. G. Fuller..... Assistant Cas ier B. MeCorriktou. ,.,. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: C. H. Cooke, E. 1. ; Tenner, A. Lewis, Jr., E. F. Bishop, F. W. Matfarluao, J. A. McCha'acss, C, II. Atheiton. Geo. P, Carter, F. B. ' Damon, F. O. Atberton, B A. Cook. - COMMERCIAL AND gAVlNaa,.: : DEPARTMENTS. .... . Strict attention given to all I ranches . - .of Banking. - . JUDD BLDO- FORT 8T. 8TJQAB FACTOH8, EHIfPTNO AJkD . COMMIE8ION MXBOHANTB ' vt ; INSURANCE ACLENT8. , : Ewa Plantation Company,- ' " ,V 7 , Waialua Agricultural Co.', , X.tdLt, $ : .. Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd., ' . t a Honala Sugar Company, i -,Wabiaw Water Company, tt4. ., Fulton Iron Work of St. Louis, Babcoek A Wilcox Compsjiy, . Orsens Fuel Econondzer Company, -, Chaa. O. Moor H Co., Engineer. Mataon Navigation Company .. Toyo Klann Kaiaba ' ,'".' BUSINESS CARDS. ,'' '. HONOLULU rtON WORKS CO. Ma-' .' htoery of ovary description mad to SECURES QUARTERS "- , ; , , V TOR MAT FACTORY V A. . Eothchild stated Saturday that he bad leased tbe property of. the de funct ' American Laundry on Liliha street for a period of seven yeara. .it ia Mr. Bothcblld's iuteutlon, he statea, to iustall machinery In the building soon for a eocoauut fiber mat factory. Whole eocoauuts and busk will be purchssed here and In the South Seaa and through a patented shredding pro cess tbey will be converted iuto mat. Mr. Rotbchrld states that be has the. backing of maluland capital 'in, thia venture, ', :''; ,v ... .. , ,' ' .' . ;. -. ..; :; Tko State of Hydera1d. India, has 70 towns, 20,010 villages and a total population of 1,132,10. -; . . . i . 'V"'.