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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900.
Henry H. Williams,
WITH THE CITY FDRNITIIRE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 846. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call. 849.
Thurwlny, April 5,
Robert Hoaplll Baker, nged about D5
yoars, died at tho honn of J. A. Cum
mins, Pawaa, lato yesterday nftcrnoon.
Heart disease was tho complaint. De
ceased had been ill for a long period.
Robert Hoaplll Bauer was born at
Walkapu, Maul, flfiy years ago. Hi
family was ot high rank and under the
monarchy ho wan n inon ot prominence.
Ho woa of splendid physique and pre
possessing demeanor. Sometimes when
conducting ovenlni; regimental rii'ls
as colonel of thy forces people would
mistake him tor King Kalaltuim. Ho
was commlsstuni'd as first lieutenant In
tho King's Guard on Fob. 12, 1Ni, and
Major on March 17, 1.SSI.
Major llakor was appointed Gover
nor ot Maui, Molokal and l.anul on
Oct. 4, 188C, nnd held tho position until
tho Reform Leglslnturo ot 18S7 abolish
ed governorships. At the saino lime
tho wlfo of his brother, Colonel John
T. Ilaker, u chlefcss, was Governess ot
Hawaii. Major Raker was appointed
by Knlakaua as a memlii"- of tho l'rtvy
Council of State u August L', 18SI,
Queen Lllliiokulanl -.cuewliit; his com
mission as such on Mairh 7, IS'Jl, when
sho reconstructed Hint body, which
held n similar reunion to uio urown (
as that held by the Council of State lo (
tho Kxccutlvo ot tlio Republic.
On May 1G, 188!) Major Raker was
promoted to bo Aldo-do-catup and Col
onel on tho staff ot Kalnkuua, anil ho
received a similar lonunisslon from
Lllluokahinl In March, IS'Ji. Colonel
Uakor took the oath lo tho Republic ot
Hawaii on January a, IS0". Ilo w.i3
appointed a member of tho Hoard of
Reglstiatlon of Electors for Ihls Island.
Colonel llakor wm Voim' ily-n member
of tho Anglican church, attached to
Rlshop Willis's congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral. Ho was a n.itlvo Ha
waiian ot high IntelllReiie.o and line
inanncra, with a genial disposition that
innilo friends of nil who became ac
quainted with him. Ills manly loim
will bo greatly inlsse-l -on the stree ts
The funeral of thu lato Robcit Hoa
plll Raker will talto placo Sunday af
ternoon. Tho body will lie In state in
Mllllnnl Hall back ot tno opsin houso
from a lo 1 and tho services will begin
at tho latter hour. (J. J. Waller will
olllclato ns head of tin Reorganized
Church of Jesua ChriM. ot tho Latter
Day Saints of which dooinscd was n
member. Interment will take place In
DceeiiBcd leaves , v.lfe, Mrs I3r.ima
Raker nnd tho following children.
Robeit Hoaplll Raker, Jr., id the band,
Mis. C. W. Rooth nud Vllo llakor nnd
Emma Raker, minors.
Robert Hoaplll Biker was i? noble
blood. Hu was a desi-ond.ui": of Lllq-i,
tho first king of Ilntvril and his gruit
grnndfnthcr wus Napuui.ulicelio high
chief of Maul.
Tho performance of 'Undo Tom's
Cabin" by Ruust Iliignn s company at
tho Orpheum tonight H link'd foiward
to with a great deal of Interest. Mi'.
Hogan ns Undo Tom should bo any
thing but disappointing. Tho gentle
man has at times, -vu In oomc-ib
work, shown that h. posrss'ii tin
nbillty lo mulio a pari of this kind r
decided success. It not a revolution
Tho colored comptm will li'ive the
suppoit ot the Orphoum snn-lc company
and tho combination should ici.lle the
expectations of tho nnst fahtldloiu.
Theio is a Bond ndv im-o h il- t'liil .1 big
houso la nbsnied. ll-ivlr.fiii-i the hing
ing mcinbciH of the company havo eon
llncd themselves to legitimate harmon
ics, but tonight theio Is a promise of
Eomo old tlmo plantation Hinging m
which It would bo impossible to 10
fraln from running into tuo "barber
shop" chords, tint originated on tho
Southern plantations during tho times
ot slavery, which nro no enjoyable. No
doubt Mr. Hogan has been saving this
class of work for th-J end of his en
gagement; If so ltwlll be a treat.
"Monday, April 2.
Dr. Henry W. Howard, medical su
perintendent at tho Kt-llhl detention
camp, was very pleasantly surprised
Saturday night by tho presentation to
hint ot a solid silver loving cup bear
ing tho Inscription: "Presented to
Henry W. Howard. M. D., by tho em
ployee of tho modlcal department nt
Kal(hl detention camp, Island of Oahu,
March 81, 1900."
Horses nnd rigs may bo kept now at
Walklltl now In tho stables at Long
SIMERSON WINS BY 30,000
The final count was not readied until 4:30 o'clock, by Messrs. Craft,
Paris, Maguire, White and Cross, although every effort was made to
finish before the paper went to press.
Following are the official and final figures which awards the Most
Popular Captain contest to Captain Simerson :
Captain Simerson 4.1583
" Cameron 12649
' Clarke 8 108
" J. Dower
Mi-ssrs. BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO :
IDeir Sirs : I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your &S?d
esteemed favor of even date, anil in reply desire to thank the p?
"Bulletin" for the elegant pair of Binoculars presented to me .is fljsj
winner of the recent contest for the Most Popular Captain ', nnd Pj
also wish to convey my sincere tluVnks and appreciation to m &s
numerous friends who voted early and often for me v . j9
Yours Respectfully, las
A. C. SIMERSON, Eg
Master S. S. "Mauna Lo." 3
llonuluhi,.H. !., April 3rd, 1900. ih.
Tuesday, April 3.
The Hoard of Health held a meeting
yesterday afternoon, nnd will mei-i this
evening to pass on minutes of nomo
Dr. Wood, president, In answer to
questions, favoied tho theory that the
Sullivan girl's infection enmo to tho
houso In tho clothis or pUoch of her
stepfather, who had boeu a guard In
the uuccji street Infected dlstiict.
Also, that Uio lctlm had caught tnc
dlsensu fiom infection, the typo '.lug
that of pneiimoufc plague.
Dr. Wood reported tho Intended
evacuation of Kalihl delentlnn camp,
as stated In cotculay'3 llulletln. lie
had discontinued tho disinfecting
corps and would dlsmics thu men
cleaning up tho debris of Chinatown.
The petition of tho IMllshed camp
em, to bo allowed to n-i.ialii, waj le
fentd to the Executive Council.
Dr. C. L. Gnrviu was nnnnunce I 113
willing to ticcept tho poiitton of eyecu
lvo oincer. C. II. Ri'uolds, tho ;-i-ra-nt
Incumbent, would iltvoto his time
xclusivcly to tho supi il.ucndence of
ho Lepor bcltlemcnt. It was- -h-clded
o hold a cououltnttou with Dr. Garvin
Ueforo tukiug further action.
it waa voted to mauc tho feen for
rioit iihyslcians in otle-r ports unltoim
with thoso for Honolulu.
Monday, Apill 2.
Supeilntcndcnt J. 1"). McVeigh linn
been notltltd to closo Kalihl dPtentlcn
camp forthwith. All pcuplo that innv
hereafter bo ordored into quarantine
from Infected houses or dlstilcts will
bo sent to Rattory camp.
Rending nclion on .1 petition from
thirty whlto men nnd ninety Jnpaucsa
tn bo nllowcd to remain nt tho Drill
shed camp, Dr. Wood gnvo an ordor lo
Superintendent Doylo this morning ta
dclny tho eviction ot tho Inmates of
that refuge. Tho Ronrd ot Health In
likely to act on tho petition this after
Thursdny, April 5.
Tho St. Louis Collego Literary So
ciety held a meeting Inst night at
which tho following olilceni for the en
suing year wcro elected: C. II. Rose,
president; R. P. Zablan, vice- president;
13. Berndt, secretary nnd treasurer;
Brother Thomas, stago manager. Three
now members were elected to activo
membership. Tho society will present
another play In tho near future.
Thuijda:, A ill "
At a meeting bold yesterday i'i.- l,
laws of tho hospital for In iai,
woic discussed anil adopted and iiu 1 .1
lowlng board of dlrcctoia electi-1 let
Rov. Rlshop Willis, 1'ioKldcin S. 11.
Dole, S. 13. Damon, rubor Vnbniim.
Alexander Young. This board will in i
today to elect Its olllcero. The luilow
Ing ero present at thu me tin:
l'rcsldtnt S. 11. Dol3, lliitlsn Coni.ni!--sloncr
I Ion re, Bishop Willis, Rev. Ab.y
nmlcr Mackintosh, lleoigo R. Cmc
I-'ntlicr Valentine, R A. Sc-hai-f- r, .1 i-l-3el:hardt.
Dr. Rowman, llobt. ('.."en.
J. 1". Cooke, Thos. Rain Wall,- r, A
Loi.ison, 1-j. S. Dan11.11, W. K. ' 1
Aitlcle (J of tho liy-hn.s n ' ,
Tho dliei'lora -Ui'li ii) IiU 11 I. . --' it
live (5) pereons, who anall bu in -. 1 ,
of tho hrspltal, and have nutlionij t 1
expend such moneys a3 are fu n'i- I
by th- dliectois for tho cuiduci 01 1. -ho'iitnl,
liieluiliug the purch 1 .'
f ml, nuilh-lne and f-unltmo. n-vl Hi
01111 -oyinent of ni-.-i-M.aiy uta:an'-.
Mondiy, Apill 'i
At Hvdney tho eunii;.iy iiwiu- Hint
rcsultui in finding tint tho cini.es
qunrteit, weio In good ninitary concli
tlon. M- it-hunts pio'e.sud ai,.dnst u
proposal D lighten f-eiyhfas l-ein
molt) dungtrous, on the rat u. 00 .nt,
than for steamers to eomo tu th
wharves. It was sugg-sied that sleuiu
cih e-omo within four leet of the
whnrvca, with taind lendeis nn1
iiionilngs to prevent tho transit ot
rats either way. Theio was 11 propo
sition made to quarantine n certain
wharf where fooel produce was landed.
M. Chnrhonsan, a memhr-r of tho local
parliament nnel of tlio municipal coun
cil, was n victim of phguo nt Noumea,
capllnl of tho Trench colony of New
Ttiesdiy, April 3.
O. II. Hnrlan sutTered severe Injur
ies last evening from n fall from n tree
In tho grounds of his homestead on
Wilder avenue. Mr. Harlan was try
ing to catch a pet canary that had es
caped from Its cago. Ho lost his foot
ing nnd fell somo fifteen feet striking
on his shoulder. Tho result was threo
fractured ribs, nnd two fractures of 11
collar bone. Dr. C. I). Cojpcr was call
ed ns promptly as possible Mr. Har
lan Is resting as comfortably na could
be expected this morning;.
Monday, April 2.
As published exclusively In Uio Bill-
Ictln of Saturday, the membership of
thu Court of Claims for adjudicating
losses by the snnltnty Urns consists cf:
J. Alfred Magoou, president. Geo. A.
Davis, Lorrln Andrews, A. Noa Ke
tiulkul and Albert F. Jiuld, Jr.
riesiacut Dole has issued un cxecu
.lo oidur, by virtue of the authority
txtid in lilm by President McKiulcy,
jetting forth the "limitations and prin
iplcs of the tribunal, which Is i.esig
mtcd ns the "Court of Commis.dGiicrs"
is tlio tltlu of the order and the be
winning of the text, an I appointing Its
iiicmbt'is as stated, "to lake evidence
a losses causeu uy uie numing of cm-
iintown In Honolulu, cither by tho di-
.ect oruciH ot tlio Hoani of Health or
incidental thereto, and to maku awards
and payments on such looses." In the
inst piuagraph the title of the Court 1h
changed, thus: "The tltla of the Com t
shall be 'Court of Claims for Losses
Caused by the Ronrd of Health In the
Suppression of Rubonlc Plague
The Commissioners nro to take an
oath to support the Constitution of the
United States and ot tho Republic ot
Hawaii. Tho Court shall have a seal
with such device as tho presiding o(ll
cer may order.
Establishment of the Court is not ad
mission ot Government'? liability,
which has to bo proved In each rase.
The Court has exclusive jurisdiction
on Chinatown losses, and theio will be
no nppeal from Its decesions.
Claims for speculative or consequen
tial damages, or loss of rents or profits,
etc., will not bo considered.
A majority of Commissioners forms
a quoroum, but at least threi must
concur In n judgment.
A cleric is allowed under $1,000 bond.
The Court mny also employ ono or
more stenographers, .1 bailiff and a
janitor. It may mnko rules for Itself.
Vacancies, permanent or tompoiary,
shall bo filled by the I'rcMdcnt of the
Republic of Hnwall.
Claims may be illcd until Juno 1,
Tho Court shall hold ono 3es3lon, to
begin as soon as ptnc-tl'-ublc and con
tinue us long as necessary for the
prompt disposition of business, but
brief adjournments may bo made liom
time lo time.
Commlssloneis and cHlcm of tho
Court shall iccclvc Mieh pay as tho
Council of Stale may provide.
No claim is to bo considered which
Is pending In any other eouit or do
pnrtnirnt or legislative body, rlther by
suit, process, plea of putitlou. Claim
ants no well a3 attorn-ys may piori
Claims shall be Hied In d i;jlli-ate,
ono copy to be furnished the Attorney
(icueiul. '1 hey mo tobn heard in th"
older lecrlvcd, unless' for special ica
sons tlio Court rules otlu-iwUt Clalm
nntswlll pay no tost3 but t!ioie for
ciilllni tlif lr mvn wltnpxt.. v A (li-nn.ilt
jot '-' must accompany uch claim.
' No 1 In iiu shall bo hard vlldu Un
!.'-s 1 ner It la filed ijxeepl iinneT
agi-cemcnt. Tha other regulations nro
l.iigely those applying t-i ins-s 111 th"
I iv (units. It Is diBlnd bv Pirstlent
Dule that the Qourt slnll lequlre
elc.u nud detailed evidence, nnd pio
mii'e siuh olmplli Ity In tho proircd-
id tiliil-. ni shut! f iv
i- 1. h an 1
u.ljed e.itle 11 cf 'a
WmIihi.1 . Apill -1.
!'e x i.ly-flvg yiiiin,': 11 11 nf (' n.i-il
( 11.1111 luniesutlou ai pie d an llivi
tuuoi to the pastot a lum '.uo WeeUa
a u nnd after a sen i.il -v .-utit ; . ill Iiu --,
,m . Iiy oted to oinanie 'Hu ('. n
tial I nlun Biollu'iiioui); iloiullE of iliu
i'e.UBIliiitlu lo bo guile over later.
Lt.-.t night was a tvium time to con
tinue tin- business, but Mr. KhunM'a
lib 1 r 1 supply of 1c nud Mis. 1'. I).
.'I. ail j selections ri tho violin Jis
i.! 1 attention fiom the ho it.
DIs i.-sh-n was frco .-. 1 to how tho
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1 -ely or cnrti. ,t ;. nan!; ni--n may
11 iol paitleli i'- n Civ r.itiiiia
. ! ih and ' j liuw tlii nny
'. 11 li -i.ity. li 'j 1 I 1 llon-i'ii.i
1 .e yi.ung 1..
1 1 W.U-i I ll. I
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1 btijlrebri 1.1
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11 111 li Ut !i 'il ei imttci ;
theitoii, .hail man I' .li- r
'I I.ril lite c.
n'NNlMSUAM-In th's rltv Apill 1.
19U.J, to the wife of M. r. Cuiinius-
li:im n hoii,
I'RTDION In (Ida el-y, April I,
1000, to tho wlfo of Kick l'eitersoii,
CHARLOCK In tills elly, Apill I,
1000, to tlio wlfo if C, Charlock, a
I'cr S. 8. Doric, for San Francisco
Mrs. Gosllnsky, Mrs. O. Grovo, M. V.
Clays and wife, M. Clays, W. K. Hitter,
Charles Rittor, Mrs. It. A. Dodd, Miss
A. I Aelams, II. M. Chllders, Mlsa
Kllzabcth 1-3. Whiting, Mrs. R. J.
Humes, Mrs. M. M. Scott, D. J. Colo
man, W. J. Schmidt, L. R. Mend, Mrs.
Davles, Mrs. II. M. Field, L. L. Thomas,
W. Henri, O. W. Warren nnd two
daughters, Kaukahale, .Mr. Mceso and
wife, W. II. Hollawny, George D. Gear.
Miss W. F. McNear, Thomas Kimball,
John G, North and C. II. Sands.
American Messengor Berrlce,
sonlo Temple. Tel. 444.
of the Week's News
To the Republicans af Honolulu. -
Thcro having been considerable dls-
cusslun nnd apparent mMiuiilcrHtaud-
ing, as evinced by thu ru-ent proposed
Republican organization in Honolulu.
In connection with tho League of Rc
publican Clubs ami the nuthoilty which
1 have from that body, it seems to me
timely to make a H:utnicut to tho Rc
publlcnns, outlining my attitude; and
what 1 consider my duty, not only to
the League but to the Republicans of
the Islands as a whole.
Since annexation was llrst assured
there lias been an honest dllfcrcncu ot
onlnton ninonc Romifilleans of the lrl
amis upon tho immediate.) necessity of
paily organization. In tho cm ly p.irt
of 'last year there was u strong foillnt;
among a great many that thorn should
bc no delay of the party formulatln
and that It was ndvlahl! to organize
Republican clubs nt once. To uring
this mutter squarely before tlio people,
a public meeting waa cillcd at tho
Chamber of Commeico on March 9,
1 1809. Tho matter was glv"ii tho fullest
discussion, with the result that the fol
lowing resolution v:ih adopted-
"It Is the sense ot this meeting that
no auxiliary body ot the Republican
party be formed prior to tho formation
ot the general llcpunllcnn party In
these Islands, nud, further, that the
time for tho formation ot such general
Republican party luia not arrived."
There can be no nue.itiou about the
regularity of this meeting and It was
In response to a letter wilttcu him
by n Honolulu Republican concerning
Immediate organization , Sec elm y D.
II. Stlnc of the National Republican
League, wrote me tho following, out
lining the manner In which mr local
Republicans should obtain representa
tion in the League:
"A few days since I roif.od a letter
from of your (ity, In which no
stntcd thnt Republl-.'iii4 In Honolulu
had held a mectlnsr, the piupos.e of
which was to organize n Republican
club to be part of tho National Re
publican League, nnd nskcel lor In
sttiictlons as to how they nhould pro
ceed. "In reply I Ini'.ivm- d htm thai the ac
tion of the last National I.e-igue Con
vention virtually admitted the Hawa
iian League Into the Nitiuiinl League;
that all that remained fur the Republi
cans of the Islands to do was to 'iro
cecd nnd organize clubs, these clubs
nctiil di legates or rep. s 'tntl.es t't a
Ten Rental convention, which you. by
virtue of your position na member of
the National executive CVmmlttoc, had
nuthoilty to call, and at said conven
tion uignnlze your Tcriltorial League
by electing n president. Becretnry.
ticr.suirr. nn executive committee, nnd
I Hiigg'stcd on organizer, and at 'Jit
same time adopt a constitution."
It Is evident from ibis Utter that
the gem-inl scliemo whl-li the i-C.itlon.il
Leguo expects mo to f-illow i-ontlsta
In tho forming of srparate clul.i
throurliont Ihe-IslnntH which shall
hold 11 eoiiventlon at b.-mi future time.
I'nder these olrcumstniii 1 m It would be
Impossible as well as unjust to the N'a
lloini League nnd to ill" Itepul lle-ans
1 f the lnlamU, fur mo to iciognlzc uny
cue e'uli us re ,ri si-ntln j'llio Nat.u.lal
League In Hawaii.
'iho National League bus e-ntni'-teel a
1. s- nsiliiilty in me v.hiili 1 w.j.il.
': elly tii.iinfri- .-n-l b'n.l lelinipd -'l al
tl.e 11. al Tiliiti-linl ee.i ntlon, In t 11
Is Iiu un li' nl upein me lo tiialte- sii'-h a
I iaiibf. r in a n utim 1 llnil will be m.i 1
Ifartoiy to the L" ague nl.il to nil tl.e
Rrpubllei ns In the Idnnils.
I consider tho lesolutii.n pns -il -ic
the cicelliig held on M .u-li 0, one yi av
ai-.o, ns bluellng inum m both as a R :
peibllian ami a n-pii-i i-i live of 'he
Liogiie, Tlificfoic I '.mnot tak-.- nro
steis te.waid oignnlzilion unit! tl.e
gincinl R i.ubllenn pnil has b. en n
tablisluel by thi-t ailing of a Tovi"-ii tl
e onv lit Ion. v.-hli h la to tend a d-.-ic ate
to the National RepublU-, n Con.. ... ,e.:i
in be In Id In 1'hi'adelpliia this buhi
nur. I nil I.I fi'ith'r add tint thn icioli-tl'-n
ei la-,1 y :u- i'l-li'.iit-g, nii'l tin
pneiiit pi uiihe; n-lii-ent thlMie!--oi,
t f i I I.'!. U i '0 .- as I si'ii i.bie
t i Ie; i n tl.-it no . ; i i - aid i ,u 'i e.-
ii .- itie ii shii'il'l l t !v n L-n'll lu
a' law iniw
.., be opt' I
'.'u. Anil 2,
", i on.-' '. f
' V. Apill ?:
-ii. mo 1 n b-1-at
li b a.,, i-i
isk n III i.ni
in.ii.uly le-.r :
I . W.
He iir h. th- w.
lu. 1.". last nigh'
lluti 1 tu. .(. He was
last Wc.lMHiI.iy, his
pne uiiioiii.i. Mr. Ilouih .ib M yojis tit
a e iiud Aiiy popular f.i.- hl-i gem il nn-l
hiiiuiiim s d.aposttlun. rour ruim I -j;ej
ho miiiiid Ml.ss Annie jsVnluim lf.-ii-nli;,
who e niuther died only ten days
uko, and with ills w.fn l;ies two
young suns. Tho fuiit.Ml will be enn
dueted by Mstle: Lodfe, 1C. of 1'., fiom
its hull,. Fort stieet, at I p. m , 13 1. A.
Williams being the upilertiiker in
Wednesday, Apill 1.
Minister Voting hold n confercncA
with tho master plumbers of Uono.
lulu this morning. Tlio object was tc
forecast tho work ncujs:iry for con
necting premises with the sewerage
system In tho shortest time. Although
most ot the plumbers held thnt tho;
could handle nil thu work In good sen
son with tho men already hero, when
Mr. Young questioned them ns to many
houses they could connect In thirty
wccltB tho nggrcgnto wns only 750,
whereas thero nre 3,000 houses to bo
connected, Tho plumbers promised to
tnko the matter Into further considera
tion. If they cannot do tho work, Mr.
Young says, tho Govrrnmrnt will hnro
to sco that It Is done somehow.
Tuesday, April 3.
A ghastly djscovcry was made at
The Villa, a collection of lodging
houses in n yard opposite the Orpheum.
shortly before noon today. It was tbit
dead body of a white man fur ndvaocetf
in decomposition. Tho room was th
middle one of the second cottage from
Fort street In a row ot three on tb
maukn side of the walk.
L'uibcrt M. Brown, a salesman ot tbn
Ilolllstcr Drug Co., who occupied ha
adjoining room, came homo for lunch
at 11:30. Ho sat down to read a let
ter when his nostrils wo o assailed byx
stench thnt made tho p.iutlmo Impossi
ble. Coming out on tho veranda to in
vestigate ho met n lodg-i from a room
adjoining the one In question on Urn
other side. Knrh had the same rctmrt
to mnko to tho other nbotlt the offen
Thn two men summoned Mrs. Bet
ters, landlady of Tlio Ilia, and nuked
her to open tho room between thtir
rooms. She tiled different keys with
out success, and then Mt, Brown turre.1
in the dour. A sight more horrible to
his eyes than tho othrr ntfi-nso to bis
nose wns revealed.
The occupant of the room lny on ht
back with arms nnd logs stretched a
little outward nnd disponed straight
with perfect regularity, ns ono migbt
lie down when dead tired to tnko solid
comfort. His face was blacker than
that of any Kthlopian from adranrcd
decomposition, and infested with
swnrni of files. About nix Inches tram
the head lay a revolver. Tho corpso
was dressed In fine white llanucl trous
ers and undershirt. Ono glance ot tha
Investigating party was enough. The
door wns closed again nud tho Board of
Health olllco and pollca station were
notified of the discovery of a dead man.
Di h. Wood and Jolio soon m lived and
viewed the body fiom tho door. Depu
ty Maishal Chllllngworth came and
took possession of the revolver. It Ik
n 32 caliber Hopkins & Allen, with
yellow ivoiy handle, nud had ono oC
tho live cartridges It contained dis
charged. A conmer's Jury tho Deputy
Marshal had cmpancHl to Investigate
tho denth of a Chinaman, Full Moon,
was sworn nlso over this body r.t tho
Villa. Their names nro rt. 1-3. FCubcy,
J. II. Schnnck. Fred. Coddle. Cbajr.
Hyde, C. L. Clement and W. 1-3. Blvens.
The tast time the men was seen alitn
was un Friday. On that afternoon tho
Jnpnniso haIng care of ills room
found the door locked, and reported tho.
fact to the landlady. She cnncludceJ;
that ho had gone for n. jaunt t-omr-wlicre.
Little or tvi u-e mint was Vhne
after taken of tho closed loom until
the nclgliboilng roome-rii took notion,
ns nlrcndy stated, rt'ii'ilug In tho dis
covery. On Thui sday the Bulletin published
i xclusivcly the letter to tho public left
by th c'sulcldc, who proved to be Frank;
I'ti on tkn. n re-cent arrival from Min
nesota. DomeBtie troubles were Ihr
.auce of the net.
Wetlneselay. April i.
The store ot V. V. Dlmouel fc Ccx.
Ltd., was i he seeno of a characteristic
vploli In buiglary. That U. if it die!
not ubsolutely In I'l-ite "Barefooted
rill' us thu exploiter. It eiitalnly dlda.
must hi'ivile iniilil ir ol tlmt cltaiurtcr.
Lir.iiiine uti.l e.lt v. u- both made
ihint'h tho bae,- of a sl.vllglu tn toe
ieiof. '1 he nii'iiiiy vas ll mil by ip
ping c ii' two '.Man's mid ruttlrg the
wet. u Wiie sciem lnsul -. Woi king bin
way down by u rafter line1 bi.u-'s, tb
Iniri'l.u- was enabled to i. void e-rasblne
thioii, b a hrs.- Huiiu- 1 glai-i wimlow
-ivt.1 tie b e.'U-l s'.ui fiu-.u Iho light
kept binning lr. l.v.v. He- did nut 1 nou
ulitio t'.'.e siaiia vcij liKiiteil, so eie-hi-elidi
d tn the Si -ie. I fl .).- tlnejiigh Lbo
bnf t e.f a gooda ho' t. The upright! ol"
the shaft nro lubrl...ile.l with gi.ifdito
nnd oil, nnd It waa fr'.m g'-ltiue; the
idgniint em bis bits ban Is tli.il lbo is
truelcr left minks. The' i sltrnn.of his
course nro eon ipieuou -. wln-io l.e
e'lmLcd out again th-.ough tho sky-'1-ht.
With a eliisi I obtulnrd above tbt
-i j i t lu wink ItiN.di the ensbior's
''I'.iit un ii) the. st-1 t door. It In
i'u ui.i.y in l'iie i-'i.inge to the
un lie i ct $ "i or $J0 .n th" till ott
: i -hi l Ids t. 'mums il-' till w s found
Iviikiii if n ,ml (ii'i.u, !,i i .. Utah
Ink ft i w d tli il th" in.oi t :,l idem
.i " ) I'i. He U i 1: p. .a i ilesk
' f Mi t fails, ll iw- i- ii ii.li-full
,- I 1' i I. pi a . a nr -n. iito
I I ' i- i ' 1 1 a y I- i fnt -. i f ii miiutei
' f "l-i-t li -hem s 1 1J di i -.iii!' e-ltj.
'I ins it laii i- ill in fin- ih,. i it flve
y a is. The iliatli late i ,-i looO mi- the
niunl'i 1 1 L'iJ2. Hawaii ii.s I- ul th
list with i: i ') pi r ci nl, Jiptii 4-' 10.
(Tilm.1" 1rK'i!, l'oitugn.a- Ti 27 t.w all
othns lr per ci lit. Of tho totjl ilt
ele-iitbs. 21; wcro children under one
year; fiom 20 to 30 yoirs, 20; 30 ta
li) yeats. K!; 40 to CO jhuh, 11. The
cause of ileuth Is as follo-ii: Ab-oiol-isin,
1; angina pectoris. 2; anaemia, 1;
iiHthinn, 2; nse-ltes, 1; abscess, 1;
Itrlgbt's ellsense, 1; bronchitis, I; chol
eia Infantum, 1; colic, 1, eonsuutptlon.
21; dlnrrhocn, 5; debility, 3; dropsy, 1;
dyspepsia. 1; cplllpsy, 1; enteritis, J;
frncturo of skull, 1; fever, tpholel, 13;
malarial fever, 1; gastro enteritis. 4;
heart disease, 2; hemorrhago (cere
bral,) 3; Inllnmmntlon of brain. 1; In
anition, 2; knlfo wound. 2; meningitis,
C; malnutrition, 1; nephritis, 2; nia
ngo, 3; oedema pulmonum, 1; pneu
monln, 3; plaguo, 0; peritonitis, ;
syphilis, 1; septlcacmca, 1; uracmuC
1; strangulation (suicide,) 1.
SCHNIUDER-MOELL-In this elly.
April 3, nt tho residence of tha brlf
on upper Fort street, by Rev. G. I
Pearson. Mr. John T. Schneider an5
Mrs. .KfTlo L. Moell. Tie, W. R. Tay
lor gave the brld nvrsy.