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ESTABLISHED JULY J. 1S5.
VOL. XXXV NO. 6107.
HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1902.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Henry of Prussia!!
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uuest or tne
PAID TO VISITOR
Is Received by the' President and
Dines at the White House.
NKW YORK, February 23. Prince
Henry reached New York today, and
wai cordially welcomed as a truest of
"When the suns of Fort Wads w orth
sounded tbeir first salute Prince Henry
saluted by raisins his cap and his band
played "The Star Spangled Itanner."
The salutes of the forts across the Nar
row boomed and w hen these had been
finished Admiral Evans went on board T
ne Kronprlnx and formally welcomed X
trrt Prince. -
n the way up the bay the Herman 4
standard was hoisted by the Kron-
rrlrsz and the naval vessels saluted.
j th San Francisco, the Olympla. the
ttincinnatl and the Illinois lying in or
der. The Prince seemed to be familiar
with the city and showed his acquain
tance Ly calling attention to land
After be landed he was escorted to
the Imperial yacht llohenzollern. which
will be his home In New York. There
, he .received the representatives of th
JLvny and Navy and the German ofll
rials, special representatives of the
President and the city officials.
At luncheon the Prince entertained
those of his callers who were of the
Navy, and later in the day returned his
ofTleial calls and made an Inspection of
the Illinois. He entertained a number
of American officials at dinner and
spent the evening at a reception at the
peutscher Verein Club house, Fror.i
that point he started on his w:ay t-
ireutvf'TflV ruhrtn rv Prlnf
Henry's visit to the Capital today was
one full of Interest. He was met at
the depot by Secretary of State Hay,
changed greetings with tbe President
ami ivn . M.'nr'cil to lh German
rmi!iv where he received the Pres
ident's return call. He left cards upon
the various representatives of the for
tipn powers and received their calls.
Later in the day he visited thf Li
brary tf C.ngr.'ss and the Senate and
House. In the former he arrived while
l:ailry of Texas was in a debate over
the xc!ufn fr.m voting on the Phil
ippine MM of Tillman, and the Prince
sat beside Mr. Fr? and seemed t en
joy the scene very mu. f. H en .
The ceremonies of the day conclude
with the second royal stale oinner
that has ver leen held in the White
House. The first was that at which
Allien Kdward. now King of Great
PriMin. was the gu-st f honor. The
gr.at .:ut ro.m at the White IIous.
wa convertt-.l Into a dining hail, and
prominent men, in all branches of pub
lic fervice were invit l exching
greetings with lh- skesinan f th
G.rman Kmin-ror and the tarer t
this country of hi own a:;d h I -
pi. s i.-.ess.ige ft fri-nd.-hip and goi
AN..it midnight th Pr:n e and Vrty
M.tit-d in the return trip t. N-w rK
t. witness the t urn, h . f tli- l.:nj' r.r .h
.i' r?t M.-te.-r HI.
Kisa Stnn I Freo.
i-.-xsTAN'TIN'Ofl-i:. F.N. v Miss
r:;i-r ST. Stor..-. the .rn.ri.in miss:..n
,.rv . vj :i.Mir.d in the district
. .-. I., r C"th I:tt.
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as.-d. She arnveti m s-wm
..VI.M-k this uM-rnlng unan
an.l will pr....-,. to S.il. ru.s.
- .f... .iMe o trav. I. It
fXpected She will
, pnie l.t rc trom
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Ilocievelt Stnd Tjr Sinp"n.
WASHINGTON. Ft b. ! -The Pre-.
U4U -I a stat- tM -Til i-';.f
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r...fi h.- d.tlirie.l r. f.ie any
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up. -i iiie .i
rr.. the f.r .tK-:s ..r ir.- . ..un
Tfo presM.r:t tl.r U- l!.o.. i.rt did J
I.. and says th.it .i;i r ai.ful :-
. .. ... must ho . I l It S.il::f-'" "
.1 ,.f tl - I' -t
Handled cf M.-:f Killed.
AilCEI.oNA. F l. -" - E'-' ' -t
c r-I-iy fought a fi-r.e littl
. r. :t... The ri. t.rs tiriu- i i
. I .t
th" I'Tizi at !'--o- r.irg
,..r(. d th.it "' w '' k; 1
d. Tl"- ri- t:n' ii.:it;roi
Spain. nr.l tr-Is are b
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t CilJ out Ano a"--R.. . 6 & "
IN A HOTEL
NEW TOriK, February 22. While
! the truests of the Park Avenue hotel, a
building supposed to tx fireproof, were
watching the spectacular burning or
the Seventy-tlrst Regiment armory op
posite, fire broke out In the hotel. Ue-f-re
the alarm could be given the
Jlames ran up the elevator shafts, prac-
tically cutting off t-scape. The scenes
were sickening. Rome people jumped
from high windows and were killed;
others burned t death in their rooms,
,moflg those who had narrow escapes
were Hpar Adm,raj jseph N. Miller.
and the injured seventeen. Among the
.i. - ij are Cul. Alexander Piper, IT. S. A.,
formerly in command of the Presidio;
Norman Acton, a millionaire mine-own
er of Colorado Springs; Col. C. L.. Ilur- j
det of Hartford. Conn., who command-j
ed a regiment in the Spanish war; Kx-j
Congressman GaMon A. Ilobblns of'
Alabama; Mrs. Salome Foster, a phi
lanthropist known in New York as the
nn Tr M AfC
JQf J llrtVL
WASIIlXGTtN, February 22. The
Republican members of the Ways and
Means Committee, who have been con-
victory f'T tl''e who have favored
t inff . -oncesMt.ns to that island. The
a. t! -n tak.-n w:s th" adoption uf a res.
.dJiion auth-rizing the IVesM- nt t j n--p.:i.ite
a re. ;pro i:y treaty with the
fi;5an repul-Iu- v. ! n csrablished. t:n-
l.r.i r' e.Hli .xl.nt concessions. the
tTr;ff n Ci;
.' -v ti 2 ;
i:y tie t.
::iv. prodiifts to cut
i .-nt and Cuba t enact our
..f f resolution, the
.-: t i n .i '-re.-ninn!"
I ! by
,( . .,;:t. -, p. a Republican caucus
to ... held next Tiles. lay.
To Tk Cbl- ?oui dirci
NEW Y'i:K. Ftb. U To
- in te l'aclJ'.c Ocean from
Ir.is: Is.-.t to the Hawaiian Isd-
. ti. to the I-udror.es and from
r - to the I'hilii l'-"' i t-'T 't I'r'Ject-
to .M-ir.il.i. the Titus, a 1-0-k
government tug w ill
w York within a f-w .:ya.
Greit fiterta Tfct..
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I, b. 17.-New ..rk
b: i:: . f :V.e C-. r. ' st
i vtr;-. :v this . t:o:i
:: ti -: at .,:7.T..ir
: v r !n:.!r.i;ht.
1 r.; :! y u:-til by
TRADE WINDS ARE
m. mm a aw a
DEATH OF E C,
" WHILE ON HIS
THE WiDOWED BRIDE
CHICAGO. February 16. Kdward
Cremur Macfarlar.e died on his wed
ding tour at 2 o'clock this afternoon,
at th- Aulitoriam hotel, leaving a
young wife "f a we'-k a widow at 22
years of age. Th? body will It taken
to San Francisco tomorrow, and thence
sent tf the Hawaiian Islands to be
Mr. Macfarlane Is inconsolable.
M.efarlane had been a bachelor an 1
was ii years old. They were on their ,
V Z, sr32
Way t' l.nr"I'f il .-J-eii men nvi.r.--
and .Macfarlme was taken sick
that afternoon. He died of pleuro
I neunonl.i. F. W. Ma f.ir'.ane. a broth-
r. Is expected here Monday from an
Fr ir.iis.-. t take h:irge of the body
ard rt th- v. home.
Mrs. ?.l icf.irlane c bai k to a heme
,?..-.!..l with w-MIht presents, which
hive n t cv-.-n Ve-n acknowledged.
SAN FRANCISCO. Febru iry 17. Ed
,, , V.i'f.nviri-' was born n the Isl
and f .:hu. 5 years ago. and hd re-
. ' "i! '" 'f """is
;; J.jir'tlv. v it.s. Ms brother
n-o.' Thoy reaped Chicago la-t Hon- ! ular'younp resident of the Mission and j
" -. r .1.. . i .i.,nvtn -. Mra i?.-rirr Watson1
TH e: - wind.
r a a a. . A -v a S I
-!V' 4 Mr , , . i -"-7
OF E. C MACFARLANE.
George, he was tne proprietor OI in
Hawaiian HoUl and had an extensive
had been known as one of Hawaii's
wealthiest bachelors. His partner and
brother is also a director of the Bank
of Hawaii, while another brother. F.
... . . t 1 - . : 7 . , . rr I ha
Union Feed Company. j
Only ten days ago Rev. Father Lyons ,
united Mr. Macfarlane anl Miss F.or
! ti .ill t n rfln Ir. . 4n
Francisco. The affair was a
,hln. weddinsf. and the couple at once ;
departed for Chicago on their bridal
i.irv-..i rl,! was a pod-
.vui. - .i
I the daughter of Mrs. Robert Watson
and a sister of Frank J. Palhnger. both
of whom are well known here. Miss
Eall'.nger's, home was with her mother.
,lt I wen i j -1 an n ciim. ...
Macfarlane during an exten-Jed stay in
t "IT. Twentv-thir.l street. &ne mei
The news cf 'Ned' Macfarlane's ill
! ness had be-n kpt out of the local pa
j ers ow ing t the bad health of Mother
Macfarlane. The news of his death
. . .
(Continued on Page a.)
(Special to The Advertiser.)
SAN FRANCISCO. February 25.-
George Carter arrived here from Hono-
lulu on February 18, and left here on
the morning or reoruary zv. lie was aie me rumuaioms au -"
not Interviewed by any reporters, al- "everal blows, ire got between them
mi uiiervicwcu j j finai,y and by main strength wrenched
though all the papers sent representa- them flpart senatdrs Wrarren of Wy
tives, w ho made frantic endeavors to omingr and Scott of West Virginia, two
catch Carter. Carter was not to be of the most powerful men In the Sen
seen, and refused to answer any qdes- ate, leaped to his assistance and. ra
tions or to reply to any written inquir- ioning the arms of the belligerent den
ies sent him. He was probably warned ators, forced them into their seats. In
by the example of Sam Parker, who tense excitement prevailed in th Sen
was quoted or misquoted all over the ate and galleries, which were thronged
country as having said that Roosevelt with people, who had been attracted
had promised to make him Governor of by the spirited debate. Everybody was
Hawaii, and to oust Sanford B. Dole, on-his feet. Not a word, however, was
I didn't see Carter, although I sent up spoken. Senators stood about the cham
my card as representative of The Ad- ber for the moment quite helpless and
vertiser. I thought perhaps he would pale to the lips. Finally order was re
talk to me. if anyone, as I know him stored partially, and in the midst or
well, and supposed he would want intense excitement the Senatewent In
word of himself sent bac kto his friends to secret session.
in Hawaii. For two hours it discussed the vent
Rut Carter had the frosty hand and behind closed doors! When the dor
glasyeye for all curious people. He ,vore opened it was made known that
stayed at the Occidental hotel,' but was both of the South Carolina Senators by
in that hostelry very little of his time unanimous vote had been declared to
wMle here contempt or the Senate. They
" r-r?TT7n CHARY 'were permitted by a vote or the Senate
CARTER .Ais tUAi.i. . ' ,,. ,r. tho Of.n-.te Their
The Call reporter who sought to in
terview Carter, evidently had a hard
time of It, for the Call published a story
about Carter which was headed "His
Haughtiness George Carter."
The fact is that Carter made a mis
take in his treatment of the newspapers
here. He should have at least seen re
porters and been courteous to them.
As it Is the Associated Press and other
reporters who claimed to have been dis
courteously treated by George, have
sent statements East, which will not
aid the cause of good government in
Hawaii. Knowing Carter to be the
soul of courtesy usually. I lay his mood
while here to a sort of stage fright.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Feb
-Dr. Charles H. Gilbert, neaa w iuc
,a tn i(aVe San
ueparin.enL i .iT. v
Francisco at the end of this week or
the beginning of next on hla long con-
templates trip to 11 ''"1" ,Vish
: te char of the ImW States Fish
; pf,Lt jordan and Dr.
.-m..iii' i "--.7 - - ,
O. P. Jenkins. His companions win ft
Prof. C. C. Nutting, head of the zoo
logy department at tne Lmvers.iy oi
Snva.-r. instructor ui
i , n. Gt o t fnrA anil WAlter TC
zoology at Mar.ii'ru, i"u anri
Fner. a Stanford graduate with the
class of 1W1. me risn v-u"'"""'""
steamer Albatross is to be placed at
the disposal of the party.
Bibcp N'cb'Js Comirg.
Right Rev. William Ford Nichols,
Bishop of the diocese of California,
t-avoj nv-nt March 20th for the Ha-
j waiian Islands on an important mis-
slonthe transfer of the Episcopal
inrnotj thor fr,-Ti the iurisdiction ;
o? the Church of Ensrl-.nd to the Cali -
Ifornia diocese of the Protestant Epis-
; coPal ChAj
! Cardinal Ledoohowski. prefect of the
, nr.T.a?ar.,:a at Kor.i.. Is said to have
' " ( tl
Both Held in Contempt by the
Senate The President's Dis
pleasure is Shown.
WASIIINGTON, February 22. Wash
ington's birthday was signalized in the
United States Senate by a fist fight.
The two Senators from South Carolina
were the active participants In the af
fray. Tillman in the course of a speech
upon the Philippine tariff bill made
serious reflections upon the honor of
his colleague, McLaurin. In brief, he
charged that his vote in support of th
ratification of the treaty of Paris had
been cast through the exercise of Im
McLaurin was not in the chamber
at the time, being engaged In commit
tee work, but he was sent for, and ap
peared Just as Tillman concluded his
speech. Pale as ashes, McLaurin rose
to address the Senate, speaking to a
question of personal privilege. He re
viewed Tillman's charges briefly, and
then denounced the statement made
by his colleageu as a "willful, mali
cious and deliberate lie."
Scarcely had the words fallen from
his lips when Tillman, sitting a few
seats from him, with Teller of Colora
do between them, sprang at him. Mc
Laurin, who had half turned toward
Tillman met him half, way, and in an
instant these two Senators having
swept Teller aside, were engaged in a
rough-and-tumble fight. McLaurin re
ceived a heavy blow on the forehead,
while Tillman got a punch on the nose
which brought blood.
.ssisillIIL oeiscaiu a v.,..ij
Pprang over desks to reach and Bepar-
Assistant Sergeant at Arms Layton
lo make aimsir.i - -
statements were listenea to uj now.
the Senators and the people in the gal-leries-with
breathless interest. Senator
Tillman left the Capitol when adjourn
ment was taken for recess and did not
return for the night session. Senator
McLaurin was in the chamber about
o'clock, but left early. Neither rtn
ater when seen at his home wuld
make any statement.
The status of Senators Tillman ana
McLaurin is that they are still In eon
ttmpt of th-? Senate and only by a
vote of the Senate can either b re
ognized either to speak or to toU n
j On account of the occurrence Prsi
dent Roosevelt had a friend see Sen
ator Tillman and request that he with
4. draw his acceptance of the invitation
to dine at the Whit.? House, on tne oc
casion of the banquet to Prince Henry.
Tillman refused to do so and the Pres
ident sent a note -withdrawing the in
vitation. Tillman had been invited as
the ranking minority member of th
Naval Affairs Committee and in his
stead Senator Start in, of Va., was pres
ent. Botha May 8urreudr. ,
vvw vnT?k' February 23. It
- - - ' ... t . v tiat
freely stated in the lobby of the Hous
- - -a tl. mxrm ft T .O H -
of Commons .Monday msm. j -
don dispatch to the Herald, that Gen
eral Louis Botha, the chief Boer com
mander, had managed to gel '
communication with Lord ll'n"'f
had offered to surrender on rU
conditions, the chief ,n J?",!
shall not be banished 'r0" a?e p' o
that the negotiations are p.o
Another Cut in SuKr.
! FHANCTPCO, Feb. 20. Another
cuVof one-eighth f a ccent In th pr.ee
,f .r mad; b
r ' u rct yet in sitrht. though
sugar war ret r,-c!: .v,