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-SEMI -WEEKLY. '.-
Loses His Life
";,f at Singapore
T. Kat Poo, Former Resident of
Honolnln, la Mardorcd
,: Straits Betenicnt.' . .
TELLS I OflOLUL
THEY flj ASLEEP
L. ' A,'. Thurston Hands "Hot
, Onoi" 'to Ad Clul Members
. at Weekly Luncheon.
Oil AIL TREStlES
r B FtETILlZ'Eil
tftility Commissioners May Com
pel Railways ta Guard Against
' Accidents on Tracks, v ,
3ugar Plantation Managers Now
; Plowing; Under Hotted
IIAWA'lfAN GAZrTTH, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914
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'" Convicted Supervisor, Finally in
j Prison, Loses Jaunty Air, But
Ewpjoyi Another Attorney with
' View of Taking a Final Appeal
to. th United States Supreme
(Mail Special to The Advertiser.)
HlLO, May 18, After spending iv-
eral day in the custody of th police,
under hii conviction for embezzlrmen,
-Sustained last week by -ths . supreme
court, Bupe-.-vlor Kealoha lost that
jaunty demeanor often . described . a
'the amile that won't come off,'-and
seemed to be a much dejected man
when be wp taken, by order of the
deputy heriff, yesterday afternoon, to
' the jail.' ; Extending courtesy to tbe
. limit, tbe police bad merely kept bim
, under aurvealance, giving turn ail po
aible opportunitiea to aee eounael, bu'
preventing bim from leaving - on thi
Mauna Kea last week for Honolulu.
Show Signs of Worry.
' Kealoha spent nearly all bia time
aitting in tbe police station, with tbe
, officer detailed to guard him close at
hand. He slept at the station, and
spent the weary daya doing nothing.
That the atrain of this somi-lmprisoii-'
me nt told upon him wsa quite apparent,
but be kept up hit attitude of lighting
to the laat, even . after hia attorney,
. ' Claudius McBride, bad told bim that
there were bo further grounds of ap
" iorL McBride took the position that
. . be bad fought tbe case to what be con
.' aidered a conclusion, and he advised
Kealoha to accept tha verdict against
him aa final. ' I
Kealoha 'a response to this was the
employment of another attorney and
. Joseph Ferry left on the Mauna Kea
yesterday afternoon for Honolulu, to
' try and perfect some sort of an appeal,
under which Kealoha can regain . bis
' liberty on bonds, awaiting' the long pro-
'ePake of a decision by tbe BuprcW
Court of the United mates. It Is fig-
' ' ured by hoso who. claim to know that
auch, an appeal would cost two or three
. tnousanu uouars, ami wpuiu noi uo ue
eided for more than a year.
w-.; oJi moii May Phalleogp Jurisdiction. ,.
i .-id titn't iAceolMing to attorney who have dis
hiii )h cussed the matter, thev" only posiblf
U.t.: '" federal Question that can bo raised
wQbTd"br- that of tho qualifications of
''''. "''tW Iridee who tried the ease. Judge
" Parsohs' torm had expired when he
j .... : a ne,r(j tbe ease, and the question of his
' ' ' right to, ait after expiration of hi com-
'V' musics might be a point upon which
the1 defense can bang an appeal, claim
ing that the point involves construction
. of the Organic Act, a federal Jaw. i
- la the meantime there are three- days
more before which Kealoha will, begin
' ' o serve time, unless tho Supreme .Court
'-,' deride that he baa an appealable case,
and admit bim to bail. This tbe attor--,
ney seem to consider unlikely.
; K1HEI WHABF
TO BE REGEIVED
(Continued From Pago Six)
rules and, that a printed copy , of same
Ul Do aupjmeu. nun pi an eanj uuie.
' horss'p Work Appreciated.
When the question eame.'un. of send
ing James Morse to Hoiiuepo to Instal
"table-leg" bracing of 0 in. by 8 in.'
timbers between the steel pilps, which
have become looeeued as a result of the
terriflo wave, action, it developed that
Morse's health is not good. The. board
voted that a Jim"" Morse bad been
worn out in the government service he
ought to be taken -car of. , Wakefield
and Church spoke of bis twenty-five
' years of faithful service, aud Caldwell
said that he would he invaluable to the
board right here in Honolulu. Insppc
: tor Hearst will be sent to Uonuapo ip
'" his stead. . 7 ' ,V '.; ; , ' ' ' :
' Three new wharfingera wore appoint
eil at Keanae, Lahaimi and Mahukon.
Captain Mosher was ordered to. charge
' full pilotug on the Hoiyo Maru and tbe
Japanese cruiser at llilo. ; 1
, Th Kohala Civic League's ejTer to
become guide, philosopher aud friend
to the new Mahukoua wharfinger was
received, iaHA,fia,,i , ;
BLIND PiaQEB CAUGHT . !
V , ; ; : BffW COIN
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; Caught by moan of a marked coin,
IT. Fuqauioto, a Kahultii eating houw
keeper, was arrested oarly thi week,
rharaed with keetrfnir liuuor for snlu.
The actual sale it alleged, wu qiado
by Fugamoto'a son, who sold a bottla
of beer to a Filipino, who had been
emjjoyed by the police, lieforo Judga
McKay in the district court, tho prin-
ouer waived hearing, demanding a
jury trial. - His cast will come up at
the-June term of circuit court, which
will b bold at Labuina. Fugamot) is
represented by Attorney.i Crocknct and
Murphy.. He gave bail in the sma of
230. Maui. New. ,,.,
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NOW JA THE TIME. ,
For rheumatitiit you will find nothing
letter than riiaml'erla'n's fiiin lilm,
Kow Is the time to yet rid of It, Try
this liniment and. see bow quickly it
will relieve the pa'u and soreness. For
rale by all dealers, Benson, Hiuith t Ci,
agent for Hawaii.
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- T. XAT FOO 1 '
Former resident of Honolulu, recently
murdered 04 bis' rubber ; plantalie a
near Singapore.- . ' .
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. (From' Wednesday Advertiser.)
; Tong Kau, a well known resident of
llouolulq, rqeqiyed new frptq. .Singa
pore, Straits Settlement, this week an
nouncing that bis cousin, T. Kat Poo,
had been murdered oq his rubber plan
tation near Singapore on March 17 las
The tidings came hi a letter from th
son of the, murdprod maq, who( ha
taken charge of, hi father's extensive
affairs, ponding the. distribution p the
property among, the heirs. . . - .
T- Kt Too was well knoniln Ho
nolulu. lie resiUod here for. twelve
) ear,: leaving In- lOD'j for Singapore to
engage rn the ritbbor busincs. During
hi residoiKO hre he was managet'for
Wing V'o Chan & Company on fiuuasa
street. - Ho amassed fortune, kore,
but thia ' was greatly, increased a
a Insult: of hi oporatiqq in Singapore,
it U sai.l that the estate i..valuod' at
mora. than a million dollnr,. 1 . i
'..The letter announcing. T. Kat Poo'
death ontHVnol nq information beyond
that ho wa murilprcd, the crime being
fummitted March" if" oq ' hi'' rubber
plantation. Dear, Singaora,rr .
Passengers Enjoy Sports afld on
Last Night Out Dance at
'., ., Faricy :lpressa41,:':.r;
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(From Wednceday 'jAdyertJser.) ,
One. of the jollicst parties tba.t ha
come from the niainland in many moou
nrrived at Honolulu yesterday morning
on the .Matson' company 'a steamer M
noa, Capt. Hcpry F. Weeden. 'AH the
way from tho Coast the dqeks of the
ohip wcro a thcqter qf almost cpntiq
uuil ncipnj with th Kqea' ahifting
swiftly from, "big lpague baseball'? tp
Olyinpian 'game and, finally, to the
crowning event Of the .'voyage, fancy
dress ball that followed, the captain'
dipner tho ' last night out,- .With Cap
tain Weeden, Chief toward Ci . Wil
marth aud Purser J. A. Corrigan as the
committee on qrraiigetnpnta, elaborate
preparation wa made .for this- affair
and tbe result wa a - signal . success.
Steward Wrlmarth, who, on the trip
acted as chief promoter of the sports
as well as tbe society function, and
.Mrs. H. i.. Oxenbam led the grand
march, ho as a Chine.se ;ma,nlarin and
snp as a yania-ya1" gin.
, Pauper Qaily Cpstument, ' '
Dr. F. B. Baxter, ship's surgeon on
the voyage, took tbe rolp of a doll baby,
Chief Engineer O. taan looked, foraud
able in the garb of a, Texas ranger, Ken
noth.Marr appeared aa a clown and
looked r.nd acted the part U. h. KoJ-
nian waa a yanta W. K. Youug a ribbon
man, Chief Ollicer M. A. Madsen a man
darin, J. A. Young a yama, C O. Clark
a- Dutch girl and J. Hall a yama. " 1.
" Among the women' in eostumo werp
Miss K. T.NDillingbam, who appeared a
a Spanish aenora, Miss C. F. Dillingham
aa a seuorita, Mrs. L. Dolaa as a wator
ymph, Mrs. J.. Hall as a naval officer,
Mrs. l'eck as a Puritan maid. Miss Peck
aa a soup girl, Mrs." H. L. Kodmaa as a
deck steward, Mius Avis Sutton as a
gipsy, Mrs. J. E. Young aa Right and
Mr. E. Peacock a a Bed Crosa nurse.
A Hawaiian quintet organised' in the
steward' department of the ship fu
ulshed music for the dance, which in
augurated a series ef such events, one
of whiuh will be given on the Manoa
on ea h. voyage the night before its ar
rival qoe aud t (ian Francisco. ;
The program for last Monday' af
fair was an follows: i '
Pacifle Two. Step (Yqung); Spoony
WlalU (Sutton); Magellan Tango
(Woedon); Oiant Two Step (Hodman);
Mauoa K ; (Dolan)i Mlstio ' Walt
(urtis)j Hailor Two Step (Oxenham):
Honolulu Hula (f t). , . :
B(InqaTmef a , Featura,
Kru-U day during the voyage, pasaen
goia of the Manoa read the uews of the
world and of the ship in : the Manoa
Times,: whuh also contains humorous
commeutH ton incidents occurring p
boards The Times is a unlipio publica
tion and Is rod with- interest ashore
its well as at sea.' : ', ' w, '
' Tho Manoa 's eargq for Honoliiiu tn
tuled 5400 tout and it brought ninety
seven bops of mail. Tta passenger list
uumtH'ivd forty, air iu.the first class
(Prom 'Wednesday Advertiser,) '
The custom at the Ad Club him b conn
a f'tr tho speakers to stand on a chair
in ordn ta he l;(fcr lipnl. T, A
Tlmr.tto announced yesterday that he
did nut propose, as a reprtsentativo of
f re and independent llilo, to bo boom
ed up tu a' chair lo speak'to a bunc
lika that.- Unanimous howl of "on
the chair1' speedily broiigut the speak
er to time, however, and Belting ii.t.l
rtujtlon' hp idid.' T ' V , , "" . '
' inr.r w.a jqat a tiqaf J oply want
ad td sae if .you fellow were asleep.
You --.linear to be awake, at least with
your lungs, If you are half aa wl lo
With ' VOItr ttra'I na n.'t-Wk
, oices, ypu are, all right, , But I don 't
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otuore jon are, in qc, 1 HiftiH that
th whole of Honolulu is half asleep.
You need 'to come; Aip to 'llilo amj get
a few. up-to-data ideas on how ti An
things. , : ',...: .' . ' ;. .. '
.. "With all yqur money and number
yoq r Jeej when it coma .to side
walks. Wkv. ' lliln kai nu n.nt
sidewalks thaq Honolulu right . now.
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jui vuo. ), moiiovo me, out 11 1
a fact... nnunrfhclnaa ht k. n:k
Eatata- i now building 1200 foet of ce-
ihid'wk unoi row, ncea to,
wake, un and fi n.l mil Knw ti;Ia 1 .
for J know of a good deal more than
lf00 .foot nf tliiknn V.. .J !
nolulu that haan 't mnv miAam,mWm .i .11
to say nothing about cement one. Hav-
' uuu)i put, go. 10 11.
. Big Bualnea la Dull Tinea.
'Another lesson you can learn from
HHo I howjto do a big business In dull
times. About a month ago the Hilo
merchants decided to have a "Mcr
"They first asked the railroad com
pany for a out rate on 8aturday,vwhih
wa granted, the railroad also permit
ting anV namjut,ar tn hrlnn Aftn
" n """) j jjuuuui
Of. produce to market free.
--men the- merchant advertised In
four language tbat all goods would be
old. at reduced rate on "Merchant'
11 V." anil thr al.n u
II the produce brought to town, nt
." Well. VOU oiicrht tf h.
mish! " ; . -. ,
Mr. Vicar of the Fmporiun) said
be did tbe biggest business of any day
ince ho' had lived in llilo. .
Mr. . Holme told me he took in
IWOTfl money than Vn AA tl, V t
Ibriitmaa; and one store, on ...Front
street tad to close 'iu' door , three
times.' tlACailMA f K J. ..nn.l . .1
tbey couldn't get around. ,-
. li V a.f.-..M . . .....
- - iiow, irint s wnai a uttia enterprise
and advertlsinir dil rn a streoi-and-ar
half town, with only a laboring pop
ulation t drafr from, with no tourists
or soldier to help out. ';'
""On the strength of that examplp, if
tbe Honolulu merchants Would only
wake ud and do ViVpwI.. .n,i ,1
few Ad Club stunts and pull the lc
" '"ml oun nair as hard as
they pullod VOlira at tho ri,f. v.:.
the ahes day, why yop would ail bavp
""""" rwamg acrem tbe aidewalk. a
they have ever at Jordan', on Fort
street. where I hear you. can buy a
drew for nineteen cent and a suit of
that" qu"TtfX omoWn6 )ik
... Captain, J C. Hehpror, Fpnrth Cav
Vry,.ro)ortedvO)i the County Fair. He
allevnd' that ho knnar . r
tor the affair waa Pvor than he thought
r-nF npiora mp pyen started. Ho
very magnanimously . blamed the Ad
Jlub for IbA small sucsess of tho cele
liratiQiw.The. maaagement .did not
Junius anuthinn ... T. .1 .
,iead Iass,Xim a financial standpoint
wuy isivaroti sib eonts tbat is
to sav sixt. seats s'uwntijr Pk...
. .. , , " vr river.
only, 31)00 head ot the game at the
" necona fiay and they would
bavp made more if the Ad Club hadn't
got tired, out and gpne homo.
' Captain Scberor aniii. thlt' 'HAni..i..
people had. captured. th,woild'a record
fn. ltAlm, .iinL.H . 1:., ...
bcn figured put. that thorp wa 0110
sucker born every miputp but Honolulu
htd. rjuw-d. that to suckers. per
miniite. Up proved thi, to the, delight
of hi audience by relating th puecess
of, one of tbe"sld ahovv. wherp "mo;i
PUlyr wera allowed tq gazp into an
finpty-Jtaroacuo,. tin. at five. senU a
thrpw.. -4'hi hpautiful ,nd "touch
tug humpn exhibit netted tbe- Fair
management exactly sixty dpUar all
profit. Cajitain Bcherpr thankod the Ad
ilb;for thpir enthusiastle assistance
iq makipg. thp County. Fair such a
grand sitr.se. . : ' .. 4 1
Prasident Wallace ..R. Farrlngton
ead - Patriotic . Code." which he
clim.pd. that John. Effingor '. wa ' the
father of; . He also eonL'ratulste.l
didnta Jon Cohen. Young Mr. James
rtKBi uootttod lot and lioasteil
of tbat Californian villagp, O. H
Oero, wa elocted the 370th member of
the Ad Club, but duclined to nmro a
Vigjlanca Coalttpa' Reports. '
. The A, dvr rtislng .Vigilance Com iu it tec
baL qiiQ caustiu . remarks to make
nogut recent advertisumenta published
In both the ijaily newspaper which
held out tpe lure qf forty ppr cent
Profits On small-'' Bdvertlanmniir. mlur.
NuU),0(X return from 28i).
to. J.upp ji, boiier,' chairman of the
road , eoBimitto'u. . reimrtn.l il.ui it
seamed to' be, a hopelvmi proposition to
gk tne sujiervisura to fix tun world
famed three mid a half ml In anrt
in-th Koolau bolt road. ' L. .1. Kerr
ol the same committee said hp III had
hopd. ,'- ' .,
A., (i; Cm l is of the Honolulu Come
Back Club made, a happy speech. .
Albion 1 Clark of the came com
mittee nniiofcnced the' first semi oct al
'. (From Wednesday Advertiser.) .
, During a diseunion of the recent
killing of a woman who wa tn:e't by
a train while she was walking nerrma
an O. R. & L.' trentln beyond Perrl
City, Chairman ,T. X. 8. Willlnma of
the plibliq ntilitlrs comnili sioo aaid
yesterday ' rtiaf the railroad company
should provile footpaths outsido the
rail pn all long trottcg. Thi Com
mission, he said, miy order iha cr.m.
pany to do thin, for in spite of warn
ing notices an.l laws npainut treiss
ing, , people will persist in walking
t cress trestles and bridges if ly ao
doing they can aavc time and d stance.
The Hilo'ftnilwny 'ompany' has 'In
stalled board footpath on nil of It
long rridge find tiestles rresidng the
Hamakiv) gulchea an, it woul.l seem
that the eoinmlrsloo rhoulU compel all
other railroad to tike similar prceau
tlona for tho protection of human life,
he aaid. .
Accii'ont reports were rc-(ived from
Ihe Hawaii Railroad Company n1 th)
Honolulu Rapid Transit and- Land
Company. . 1 ; " ' .
Commission Action Legal, "''
The Attorney General adviiod the
rommisxion that it action in regird to
th Koolau .Railway company t lrgil
aud fully protects the rights of the
Alexis J. Oignonx said ho had re
ceived an informal complaint against
the Hawaiian Electric Company, Mr.
Nott makes a charge of discri
mination in rates. As soon as the writ
ten romf laints aro filed with the com',
mission the affair of this eancern will
As Comiiifsioner WilPams expected
to leave for Hawaii and Maui in a fw
days the board voted to notify ' the
llilo board of trade and the Maui
Chamber of Commerce that ' he will
me ot with both organ'ntionj fcr the
purpose of receiving viva voce com
plaints relative to the Inter-Island
tcam .Navigation company. The :cr
tary was directed to notify all the
civic organizations in Hawaii that if
any one haa ,aoy complaints .against
this company the commission is reidy
to consider them. The commissioners
have settled, upon the form of their
report but want to hiar from every
ot.e before completing the work.' Mr.
Williams intends going to Kauai to
Confer with , the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce as spoo as he returns from
Maui., - . ' ! i, ,
Organlftfon Apathetic. . ,
...There . wa eonnlderahlo disciwsio
ly-Oignoua- aad William shout lh
advisability-, r of ,1 addressing thi
( haraber of Commerce ot Hono.uln os
thp pamp, matter, i, . Williams claimed
that it was an unnecessary waste of
energy as the Investigations and
public hearings' in Honolulu have bee
ignored by the commercial bodies, a
the Honolulu organization seem to be
asleep as far h any active interest in
tho Inter-Inland investigation I con
cerned. ' . ., .. ..
. Oignoux, however thought that the
sitpie courtesies ought to ' bo extended
tp the outside Chamber, of Com
merce aud, it wpa, so ordered.
GIVEN HEAVY SENTENCE
. h,ow Vii, Cbinpso,' charged with
burglary in the first degree, was found
guilty yestenluy ' by a jury in Judge
I.yle A. Dickey' court apd scutrucud
to imprisonment for a term of not U'a.s
than throe uor ntorp than twenty yearn,
despite the recommendation' made bv
tho jury for ionieucy. The Jury was
out only eighteen minutes. Attorney
A. S. Humphreys, assisting the prose
cution, eoiulncted the ease for the Tor
ritory, while Attorney A. Jj. C. Atkin
son defended Chow 'Yip. Len Pong
and T.Vh Kuug -aere. tha witnesses iur
the government, while Young Huug
and Chew Yip toytified fqr .the defense.
The jury wuh as follows
f apt. Frederick C, Miller (foreman),
Jhn Cofl'oo, A. Henry -Afong, Jacob
Ordenstein, C baric A.' McWayao,
baric o. Hottol, A. H. Angus, Uury
A. Asch, Kilmuud P. Malunphy, Churles
A. Uirdlor, '1 humus H, Hughus mid Wil
liam II. Super.
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I-ouia Kodrigues, employed at the
Woljilli quarries, yesterday suffered tho
toss or tao tnumi),or ni right buna.
Kodrigues, was, working pear the chain
t)Jt of, the ruikerusher when the sleeve
ot hi shirt became entaugied lu the
bolt. Iu trying to free himself, his
lHnt , thumb caught between the belt
and cogs of the wheel, cutting it off at
the joint. He recoivpd treatment at
to Queen s Hospital,
lonal Ad ' lull ball ' to take place Fri
day, May 2!). It will bo called tho All
iluwaii Uiinic. The committees ore:
Publicity, hus. n..Fraxier and K. D.
JjOyenson; rofrorihments, J. Orube and
W. Ellerbrock; iniiRie, Capt Henri Her
gar aud Krncet - Kaai; . demonstrative
4pmonHtrutiotiH, J. F. Child and Wil
liam Thompson. Lovensoo said that
thp. latter IcrpHichorean will pull pff
pppio real live stunts.,, ,
' V he m1I is to bo of the dollar dance
variety and is sure to tip well attended.
PILES CURED I ft TQ 14 DAYS.
IWZO OINTMENT ia guaranteed
to cure t,ny case of Itching, DHnd.
BIeed.tng or Protrmlinjf- Pile in 0 to
14 day or moriL-y refunded.- Made bv
PARIS MLDICINE CO0ubt Loui
U. s of A. ,A ,: , .
(Mail Ppccict to The Advertiser.)
1I1IX), May K,. According to. Dr. B.
V. Wlcox, agent )n charge pf the Unit
ed ruatc Agricultural Experiment sta
tion for JIyaii, the niost importpnt de
Vqlnpmpnt ip the, sugar, industry jtpf
many years is the discovery by. plan
tation managers that they can - mak
use of thq waste material of their cane
fields as fertilizer instead ot burning
it lu-rordiug to the oiJ curtonl. Doctor
Vilcox was a visjtor here last week and
retnrneii on the Mauna Kee, Friday..
"I consider this proposition Of use
pf the waste matter for fertilizer onP
of tbe most important developments iu
the; sugar industry -that hap occurred
in many yrnra,1 said Doctor Wilcox.
"it has been tha custom tp burn all
tbe waste, such as cane tops, and trior
pro many tons of It to the acre. Now
tho managers are leaving it on the
Md to dry am rot, pud then plow
ing it under. Thi is becoming a gen
eral practise, and it is being found that
thi wnste is splendid fertilizer. The
soil of Hawaii, generally speaking, is
vary fertile, but of course can be ex
hausted. It haa been found by expert
mont that the plowing under of this
waste material which ha formerly
been simplr burned replenishes the soil.
This mean n (treat raving in fertil
izer' ...... . .
(Frotn Wednesday, Advertiser.) '
, St. Andrew's Cthevdal ,wps abloum
with quantitie pf wjiite flpwer and
masses of feathery fern at the wedding
last-evening of .Mis Muriel Howatt,
daughter of Mr. :yid Mrs. J. P. Uowatt,
and Mr. Theodore Cooke. :
- Above the rereJo and on the railing
in front of. tho choir stall were mae
of o(t, feathery maiden . hair fern.
The altar itself held vases of stately,
pure . white . lilies,' while besut fui
palm added grace to the ehaneel dee
orations. The body of the church' was
simply, but trikipgly. decorated. To
each pew in the main aisle waa fas
tened a aheaf of 8U Joseph, liliea aud
on the aide between each of. the double
windows was a. combination of stag
horn am palms- which hsrmonized
wonderfully : with the architectural
beauty pf the catbedraL
..TUo . bridal. .party., earriod. irut the
color achem ol preen and iwhite, The
maid of honor. Miss Alice Cooke, and
the hrideamaids, Mia Laur Atherton,
Miss Jessie Kennedy,- Miss. Marjr.Aon
Holt and Misa Ksthor , Koiike, wore
Lgowns of. a soft shade of greon mads
In the graceful draped . effort of the
day. in place ot bouquet, they car
ried muffs made of- delicat frond f
maiden hair fern with ' white daisies
scattered .through, aaucy bow of tulla
helping in the whole unique effact.
The bride, who entered on the arm
of her father, Mr. J. P. Howatt, wa
gowned in an exquisite ereation of
heavy ivory- white, charineute with
trimmiags of rose-pole laee. - Her long
tulle veil was becomingly' Caught with
teal orange blossom' and the exquisit
shower'' bouquet wa - of ' lilies of the
valley and white orchids: she also
carried a whio prayer book,
Thfl marriage service- was read , by
Canon Ault, Bishop' Rest a rick pro
nouncing thp benediction..'' '
Hupporting the groom a 1 est map
wps Mr. Alan Lowrev, r.nd Mr; R'-cl.
rd Catton, Mr1. William Hoogs, Mr.
David liarsrn" and Mr. .Jame Morgpn
acted as ushers,' ';.., 'j
Following the ceremony, there) was
a reception at tho home-of Mr. aad
Mrs. Robert Lowers 'for- the bridal
party, relatives' and a. few of the
closest friends, pf thofyonng tcup'e,
GQO ATtjl?AWCE AT ' ; 1
MAUI PUBUQ SCHOOLS
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The attendance at the Wailuku pub
lic school hi teen especially irood dur
ing the past month, jlti. jay'p
room with an enrollment of sixty-V11'
pils, lead in attendance and pt-natual-ity,
with an average per cent fop, this
room tirade IU of ,944 per iPent.
Other room followed with per cents of
03, 02, 91 apd Uu, one or two roooj,-of
(ho lower grades falling to 8D.1. r :
Tbi is eansidored a .s4oodid r"or.l,
hen it is rcllae4 that, .many oil jhe
pupil walk several mjlcs, am the
weuther ha been unfavorable. Maui;
New..; ... : , 1 ','
(Mail HieciaJ to thp Advertiser.
UIW, May 18.-Tbe FourUi oJuly
committee held a meeting lust .wef k,
in the board of trade rooms, nd do
tided ou plan 'which will makp t,hp
celebration a lively one. Fina.111 ei
were discuated and i' wa agree tjiat
tho plana call for considerably lijss
thun was used last year and D. Fortes
of the finance committee stated-that
be did not think U'cirp would bq any
ditliculty iu j-alsing the amount npeded.
The celeLration will begin wtln a
Jiarailo on the evening of the tAU'l,
ollowed by a minstrel show. a.t fche
(luiety theater. There will be aquat
sports beginning at nine o'clock , thp
following morning. Una 0 'clock "W
settled upon a the hour for tha ora
tion. It will bo followed ty fltld
iports and baseball,' at Moohcau pprk,
ami a dunce in tho evouiug -a.t ' t,he
Armory. ''' - ..
The mtiiubors of the committee, all
of whom were pre.teut at the meeting,
are A. Hcott, ehuiruiun; liev. Ceorge
Laughton and Oeorgo Willfong. To
this original committee hav been
udded Messrs. Zimmerman, Webster,
Hob Forrest and D." FoVbe.1
, Gets Into Trouble
'-' t . , i -. .
Captain Laughs When She ' Re
ports His Impudence and Now -He
Is Slated for Complaint. ,
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"Please, Mr Sailor, won't you tell
me What will Cure thi awful feeling!'.'
wa the plea of a. wretchedly seasick
woman' to a', boatswain who cast
sympathetic glaneo at the bundle of
mif cry lying iq a stealer chnir on the
transport Thomaa, which railed at Ho
nolulu last week en route to Manila.
' "Bnro, ma'm," replied-the bo 'n,
"just take your chair out in the yard
and 11 under a tree awhile aad you'll
soon forget you ever felt tbat way."
" A minute later .the seasick woman,
ongry clear through, sought Captain
Hull aad complained of the Smptfdencp
of the sympathetic sailor.
Captain Hall is 'sympathetic, too, but
he 'could Sob- help laughing at what
sounded to him like a good joke, for
doing whieh tho indignant patient de
clared she would report aim also to
some one iir high authority as soon a
he arrived at .Manila. ' - , - ' ,
.However, tbe seasick woman may re
lent, for1 according to the tory a it i
told here her anger effected a complete
tpre. v v - ' '..U- '.- 1
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Weil-Known Henolulan Protests
Afrain?f Proposed Salary Bedno
tion of Governor and Secretary.'
. (From Wednesday Advertiser.) ..
jit, will be, false economy, for con
gress to 'reduce the salaries of - the
Governor and Secretary, of thp Terri
tory,'.' Paid Oporge 0. Guild last night
"I am a Republican, but I am speak
aig on thi question from a non-par-tiran
point of View. Residents of tbe
mainland do not realize the heavy ex
pense under. which the officer conduct
ing bur territorial busincs ar under.
It is different from lq the State.
" Wa are isolated in a. way, but still
in the main channel of a great traf
fic. There , is scarcely . , week : but
either our Governor or our Secretary
are not called upon to receive and en
tertain Important visitors from for
eign conotrie. . Whether, we want to
or not these people must be mado to
feel at borne and there 1 a, heavy cx-
fense attached to the task. I sincerer
y hop that congress will reconsider
its proposed action and at least keep
tha salaries of these official at their
present figure." ' ' - : (
A number of other - also exprersed
their disapproval of tho frescnt actio
and it is probahlo that the civie or
ganizations of the Territory will bp
called upon to - voice . thejr protest
against : the proposed 'salary reduction.
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?ATJENT STEALS, T0WZL$
.', FROM A HOSPITAL
Ioe Wong, ' thirty-seven year-o!J
patient in ta I'uunene llosp til, secreti-
a a consiaarawe quantity of towel,
bedding,. bandages, and other -hospital
paraphernalia about -hi person at the
time he wa dieehargod from ihe instir
tution, pbd ic.rpeded in gating away
with them. Thp theft waa discovered
later and he was convicted in! Judge
McKay's court of larceny in the 'seiy
ond degree. Owing to hla age and poor
physical condition,, he was given a
thtrti-en-inonths sntipondeil sentence;--Maui
Ciacki Open, , -Died, Durnc() arid
Aici fr;0ycc;a Yc:.r-Could
Not Sicqji pair "Evan' Drosi Himsfll
Doctor Fai!3il t Help Him.
A:iw'-4vJ-' v . ij i v ,r"-'
MA'OPJO OWES' SKIN r
man iMrfnty rarii old.' Jfy
yery snro ana cracked rpen
en ins insiot re over a
?nar with largo- acre,
hey would crcok r pen
2?S ' anJahd that i could
; ,Bv) nctt eroep-aml oould da
li-work. ' Ther
wrro s bad (hot I could
' net drojui myself in tho
. nl . I
hler-d and ' tho blood
Th:-pped r-n tho'fWr.- 1
called1 erl two dscors,
tf :t hjr did mono flood.
: Imuld rot nuthino ta da
" 'm-onif a-x-d till I h
Clrttetir Brcp tnd iitictira Ointment.
Abcut a yeor ago iny rlui:phter g( t a cake
cf Cuticvro. 8frend'C-rio bexf Cvtf
euro Ointment and In cn? wecii firm thh
tlmn I beaan to uv therri mv hnndi werl
1 hepled Up ami thcyv liavo n-t beet
a nilta acre since; I wcl'ld not bo With
ut the Cutltnjra Jtenyyilrs. .-'-'... .
I "T" """red a lad n the'
hand of cna rf my .nfifriiKjr's chilclrrn.
and trior think very hlirhjvrf tin Cwti--rira
itrmi-UiM, jf hrt W. Hasty, lio. i:t
BucUni, U. 11., Mftr. 4 ftnd Apr, 1 1, '09,",
-Tie purest, wctft and rhciat eco '
'rtical method of proaiervinc, purifying
and beautifying l.uby's (Musta skin,
cnln rnd lolr ' tho cnstpnt use of
ditlriira 8"Bp, assisted, when newnry,
by (wntle npidif-ations i f CutJciirn OlnU
rornt.' For rsrlie. itrhlnrs. Inflnmma
ticna and chnflnr of inua, children
and ndultx,- ww a for aiming, ahanv
po"ln(t. ari-iflve, ctitfseptlo. tlr.'ojin
tnd an pii-pcscp of tho telh t, bcth and
nuriry Cutleura fioop ana Olntrncul
am uirlvalfxl. , . ' T
rutlrurs Kwjt Ci;tltu OOiuncal tSOt.l
n ( uiH-urs n-iiiiil U.O.- i. (..f in Uhi torn ol
ruo.-oln cimi.s I'lii. it. n. r wl vl l.J 1 an aM
lli.ou -lio uv- aor'.l IMllei llfu r A nm Cuta.
e..u- l'mi I oiuml,u Ave . boatua, klua.
a-M-lut0 OsM-tira inmn. mall.! tm, siviaaAa.
aulpiaia aa intuitu 1 s SuuJml sua SOwuaaa,
'-B'S.r.f.- ' in ' si n V
Coffee Klnff of Hamakua Apain
. Throw Hat Into Ring and
Beeki Republican Nomination
for Congress Eev. 3. L, Desha
Alep Willing Charles Notley
May BecomVBanner Bearer for
Home Rule Party,
(From Wednesday Advertiser.)
IIILO, May 11. Aba Louisson is a
probable randidnte for Drlegnte t ( on-
gresa on tho Republican ticket. Charles
.lotlcy is going to run as the Home
llule candidate unless he changes his
plans, and there ar hints that tbo
Hev. 8. L. Desha might bo persuaded,
.1 the pressure were strong enough, to
be a candidate.
in fact, the wood are full of candi
dates, but in the . political game, all
the ares seem to be held by i legato
Kuhio. . Kveryone is waiting to . see
what Kuhio will do. There ar ninny
reports a to hi attitude, or lark of
an attitude, but it appear to be eon-
ceded that he really controls th sit
uation. It ia pretty , well understood
that Kuhio doe not want to run agniu,
if he can suitably employ himself in
Honolulu, but it is also pretty well un
derstood that he is quite likely to run
0 gain because he may decide that he
wants the job.
,., Knbio May Favor Shingle.
. Dickering aro on, a is well known
among the politicians, whereby Kuhio
may withdraw in favor of R. W. Hhin
gle, and it i predicted that if this is
done ghinglo can probably make tho
riffle. Uut there ar rumors that Kuhio
has other idoaa, aside from the pohsiliil
ity. of running himself again.
,"lf th Bepublirans split and turn
down Kuhio," said , Charley Notley,
who ha run several time and pro
pose to run again, "they won't have a
ghost of a show. If they get together
and run Kuhiq or some uian backed by
Kuhio, they have the best, chance." .
. . , ,. List Will Keep Queaeprs Busy.
- Notley think that uw .Homo Ku!o
party i Stronger now than it was in
tbe last campaign. He bbink that both
tho other partres are. ..divided so that
thoy rannot carry on a good- camiiaij;n,
nnd that if the RopuliHcaaw split over
Kuhio' .candhlucy, Link 7 McCandless
will have a clean sweep.
As if stands, theroMtiaAto be can
didates enough . to tatisfy everybody.
Kx-Oovernor Carter i goiug to run an
the leader of the Hull 1ikiso party, and
just how far his candidacy will break
up tno old psrty line is what the poli
tician are guesainir at. Kuhio, McCand
less, Shingle, Bice, Notley, Defha, Iuis
son moke, up a list which will keep tint
political prognostigators busy for soino
tinip to come. ,
ESCAPES JAIL BECAUSE
OF SERIOUS lLLfiESS
E, Hubert, who is being detained at
the poliio ilation for tha theft of $275
from S Japanese storekeeper named
Ttttiaka, will probably be allowed to
louvp the Territory instead of going to
juil a ho is a sufferer from-tuberculosis.
.The young man, who arrived here a
year ago from the mainland a a bac
teriologist, soon became a nay putient
at the 4'a.Oln. Camp at I'alama Keltic
ment. Heveral duys ago Xoberts went
tp thP store of tbq Japanese with u re
quest to bo allowed to use tno tele
phone, , Ho was shown to t:.e 1. ir of
the store and uuring the abSouvV .f the
proprietor, took the li c: niou.ty,
, . kroia a deBcriit!nu givq-i ;,"' uctec
tives ly Tanaka, il boi; w. x -iced
in detention and when njcii,!iii..l by
tbp didoctives ndii.itted vlal.init iho
money, .Roberta h lI X.li t i;..,.;; 1 in
j"y Ndi?rf nbLt the Ity "aud wl-cii
warrhpi! still had tl& left, which was
retimed to Taiaku. ,
Mail Special to The Ader:Uor.)
;')IILO, May 18. The end of the dis
cusaion of the Cooling Field re ort
fei-ms to be far otT. Acting under in
struction of tho supervisors at tho 1ft
meeting, County Auditor Kpencer u'id
assistaut' are busy going through the
books, comparing1 Ihe Tplnrned accounts
from the graft ebmibUslou, and enact
ing up Field' statements. They cliim
to be- finding many orror in the latu r.
- "There i a long list of itumj ci'.ic I
'outstanding Warrants' in tho Fio'il
report," said tha aiulitor, "wh h are
not outstanding warrants ut all, lm
which were pai l long atio, a fact which
Field could have found out by rimply
Foing to the luolts of tho treasurer.
Wp hav in oHr safe a warrant listi'd .
by Field as outstanding for the. sum
of $.00, when as a matter of fact it in
ppid, and is for fi((,UU.',
i Kvery day seams tp add to tho niim
ber of itoina in the Field riport which
will bp contradicted in the auditor's
report and in the, final roport of the
graft conuniraion. y ",-
; FLEET PROTECTS RULKR.
DUUAZZt, Scutari Yilnyet, 'Turkey,
May .10. (As-ociated l'ress Cable)
Tho ,iiiterua.tionitl fle,it has lamled
marines at this point for the protection
of. thp Albanian ruler, t
Did for ' the' opening of several
roads in tbe Aim homestead sectiou
Pn this Islaud will be opened at muiu
oa Mondav-at the nllic t t In 1.11 1 r .
intendeut f publio work. '