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BAD N1HI UME
WOODS ESCAPED FROM
QUARRY PRISON GANG
Police Sent Out in All Directions
But no Trace Found
Fugitive Visit a
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very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
RIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOOK, MEROHANT STREET.
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THE OLDEST Clin SB PlRM IN HONOLULU.
D..I.T. la Flat Silk. i OrtM Llnut. CblotM ol J.p.nM. Good, ot All Klili.
to-!t Nna.BU tt.Mt
Woods, the negro sentenced last
year for breaking Into the Spreckcls
vlllo store at Walluku, Maul, and steal
ing & safe containing $1000, escaped
from the gang of convicts working in
tho Kewnlo quarry behind Punchbowl,
jesterday afternoon, There were In
the neighborhood of fifty prisoners in
the gang, with three guards watching
At about 3.30 o'clock Woods asked
to be allowed to get a drink ot water.
Permission having been granted, he
proceeded to a small shed some dis
tance from whero he was working anil
In which water was kept. This was the
last seen of him. After a while his ab
penco was noticed and tho prisoners
were taken back to Jail as quickly as
possible and a telephone message sent
tcTthe police station telling of Woods
escape Every mnllnblo man was call
ed up and Deputy Sheriff Chllllngnortb
and a posse at once started out In pur
suit The country was scoured In ctory di
rection but at sundown not a trace ot
the fugitive was discovered. Near th
quarry Is an old house In which llca
an old nathc woman Upon inqitlr) at
that placo the police found that the
negro had visited tho place and finding
no one at home, had broken In and
ransacked the premises, scattering
clothing nil oer the floor. The ten
ant of the house stated to the police
that a dress and cane knife had been
A number of armed officers were
placed about the neighborhood and a
watch was kept throughout the night.
Officers were also stationed all over
town at resorts frequented by tho col
ored population. When the Alexander
departed she was carefully watched
and men wero detailed to watch the
transports Egbert and Wairen.
Vooils Is a bad man and pre Ions to
bis Incarceration had done all manner
of criminal things on Maul. After be
ing sentenced to life imprisonment by
Judge Knlua, he ono day attacked the
Jailor at tho Walluku Jail, In a desper
ato attempt to escape. Woods escaped
from custody onco before. About six
months nftcr being committed for trial,
ho was brought to Honolulu for safe
keeping Ono day he scaled the high
wall of Oahu Jail and escaped Into tho
lantana at Kalllil where he was dis
covered in a pit and retaken nt tho
point of a revolver.
Woods Is about twenty-eight jears
of age, G feet 10 Inches tall, broad
shouldered and powerfully built, very
black, and possessing an unusually
READY TO SELL WIFE
Stockton, Feb. 28. Jesus Denltez ot
khls city offered to sell his entire fami
ly, four children and his wife, for JjO,
according to his wife, who has com
menced a suit for divorce. When hf
broughl tho man, to whom ho Intended
making the sale to his home, Mrs Den
ltez objected, but she savs sho was told
that her husband had the right to dls
pose of her as he wished.
She spoke to her son, who Is about
IS years of age, about It, and he, being
more versed In tho wajs of the world
told his mother the father could not
sell her or the children. Mrs. Denltez
then consulted an attorney, and, after
telling her story, decided to at onco
commence an action for divorce. It
seems that Denltez, who, with his fa
mily, came to Stockton about three,
months ago from Fresno, Is too lazy to
work and has not contributed to the
support of tho family.
He negotiated with C. Sierras to
make the sale and even took him to his
home to have a look at Mrs. Denltez
to see If sho was worth the sum named.
She Isu Mexican and not at all pietty.
There is a boy 18 jears of age and
threo girls of 10, 14 and 11 jears re
MUST PAY ASSESSMENT
San Jose, Feb 28. The Supremo
Court has ratified the decision of the
Superior Court in tho rase of the Union
Savings Dank against George Dunlap,
a stockholder, to collect an assessment
of (50 per Bharo levied by the dlrec
tors. The lower court held that tho
assessment was legal and that Dunlap
must pay. The suit was a friendly ono
merely. Dunlap being a director, to
determine the validity of the assess
The decision sustaining the directors
means that Dunlap, as well as all tho
other remaining stockholders, must pay
the J 50 assessment, and suits will nt
onco be Instituted by the attorney for
tho bank against such stockholders as
still refuse to pay. This will furnish
tho directors with sufficient funds to
pay tho depositors the balauco due and
leave something to be refunded. More,
than threo years have passed slnco the
failure of tho institution, and the final
settlement will be exceedingly gratify
ing to this community
640,000 FOR WIKELHSS.
"ANGEL OF THE TOMBS" f:
MEHT8 DEATH 11
IN BIG HOTEL FIRE :
Ono of the saddest deaths In the
Park Avenue Hotel fire In New York
was that of Mrs John A Foster, who,
through her kindly ministrations to
women prisoners awaiting trial In the
nrlous branches of the City Prison
nnd when they appeared In court, had
como to be known as the "Tombs An
gel." Mrs. Foster was the widow of a
wealthy New Yorker, a Oeneral of Vol
unteers. Fhe years ago she left her
charming home at Thirty-seventh
street and Park avenue and moved Into
the Park avenue. Hotel, that she might
have moro time to devote to the char
ity she had made her life work Caught
by the fire In her room on the sixth
floor of the hotel, she was surrounded
by the flames and perished miserably.
Unlike many who try to do the sort
of work Mrs Foster accomplished, she
was regarded as a friend by all the
prison and court officials Her aid to
prisoners was practical and resulted
In much good Many Judges and other
officials testified their sincere r-spect
for her by nttendlng her funeral, which
assumed something ot tho character
of a public and official ceremony.
On tho Monday following the terrible
Arc District Attorney Jerome entered
the Court ot Special Sessions, where
several justices and many law j en were
gathered, and delivered a eulogy un the
dead woman that was full of f cling.
Ho was followed by Presiding Justice
Holbrook, and the court when It ad
journed did so in honor of Mrs Foster.
District Attorney Jerome then visited
UNUSUAL GOLD DRAFT
IS MADE ON TREASURY
Slated That $20,000,000 Will Be
Shipped to the Orient From San
Japan Needs Gold.
New York, Feb. 27. A special to the
Tribune from Washington says' When
It became known today that an appli
cation had been received by Ullls II
Roberts, United States Treasurer, for
permission to deposit $20,000,000 in
gold coin In the Sub-Treasury at New
York, to be paid to correspondents in
San Francisco, there was much specu
lation among the officials of the Gov
ernment financial bureaus concerning
the possible effect that such a heav
draft would have on the New York
money market, and also as to the pur
pose ot the bankers In requesting such
a transfer of currency.
The officials were able to say that thn
transfer would be made by the middle
of next month, nnd that the money was
to be shipped to Orient Further than
this there was little Information ob
tainable nt the department. This Is
the largest transfer of gold which has
ever been recorded by the officials here.
From statements from unofficial
sources It Is believed that Japan has
negotiated a loan of 20,000,000 with i
prominent brokerage flrra lu New lprk,
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other courts which were In scsrlon, ami. and the gold desired for pjment lit
In each made a motion that adjourn- San Francisco Is to be sent to that
ment be taken until It o'clock the next Government. Faith Is placed In this
morning, so that Mrs. Foster's funeral. Information because It Is known hero
could be attended bv all who desired, tunt .Inn.in has lost a ereat deal of
Tributes wero paid to tho memoty ol gold In the last two j ears on account m
Mrs. roster by man Judges and law- cxtarordlnary Government cxpendl-
ycrs. The Judges of Court of General tures It has been Just two jears slnco
Sessions attended the funeral in a body, that nntlon adopted the gold standard,
and many others were present as Indl- For six months her representatives
vldunls have been trying to negotiate a loan In
this country, It Is believed, for the pur
pose of strcngThenlng her gold surplus
It Is regarded as Improbablo that the
consignment of 120,000,000 would be
shipped to China, because sliver Is the
popular coin used In the Celestial Em
pire. Notification was received that $2.
000 000 of this gold was to bo paid In
San l'ranclsco Immediate!) Only In
definite replies could bo secured from
officials when asked If New York could
stand the drain of $18 000 000 In tho
next fifteen or sixteen dajs It vvat re
marked that Kecretnr) Shaw ha 1 au
thorized the statement published t lint
be would continue the purchase of
bonds In March Hut the announcement
Is merely a fortunate coincidence and
Its promulgation at this time has nn
dliect bearing on the scheduled ship
ment of gold to tho Orient.
In addition to the proposed exporta
tlon of gold the Director of ihu Mint
received word today that $2,000,000 In
gold was to be sent from New York
Tho officials would not permit the
Sub-Treasurer to release as much an
$20,000,000 In gold from the vaults In
New York hut from the Government'!
rolnt of view, tho exchange desired oj
the New York brokers In order to make
this desirable but Is economical and
advantageous. In the Sub-Treasury at
San Francisco there Is a total of $110,
000 000 In gold and a surplus of $83,
000,000 Tho total amount thero Is
Just one-fifth of tho amount of gross
gold held In the fnlted States Treas
CARTOON CAUSES MISTRIAL
OF MCCARTHY'S CASE
Rapid Transit Injunction Decision
Tomorrow Judge Estee
Case Hearing. '
At tho store of Gpo Kim, 1116 Nuuami street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting ot dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and table covers 36 and 41 Inches square Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods nnd underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
V GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Washington, March 3 The House
Committee on Agriculture has Includ
ed an Item of $10,000 In the agricul
tural appropriation bill to provide for
electrical communication between San
Francisco nnd tho Farallouo Islands for
the benefit of the weather service
Profesbor Moore of the Weather Bu
reau asked first for a cable, but In
formed the committee recentlv that ho
might be able to establish a wireless
telegraphy station, In which event not
so much money would bo needed, Tho
committee has so worded the Item that
cither the wireless sjstem or cable may
The third trial of the McCarthy case
was begun before Judge Gear jisterday
afternoon. At the opening of court In
the afternoon the court allowed the
withdrawal ot a Juror from the first
panel, and a mistrial was declard.
This was on account of the prejudice
Impurted by the notorious McSwtllegan
cartoon In the Advertiser. Deputy At
torney General Douthttt Insisted upon
a trlnl for McCarthy at this term ot
court, and the court thereupon otdercd
a special venire for twcntj-flvc tiles
men. It was 3 o'clock when nalltif Ki
lls had succeeded in obtaining a suffi
cient number of men, but the Jury wa3
not difficult to secure. The following
Is tho Jury as finally Impaneled with
out ono oxcuse for cause or one peremp
tory challenge II A. Wilder, N. K G.
Jackson, It. Duncan, D L. Austin, J. M.
Levey, J II Worrall, Louis Singer, W
II Rogers. W. Hroady. W Roland. W.
W. Dlmond nnd A L Soule The trial
was thereupon continued until this
The Rapid Transit Injunction case
was argued beforo Judge Robinson yes
terday, and by him taken under advise
ment. He will render a decision Sat
urday morning The defendants have
agreed to discontinue operations until
the decision Is given tomorrow.
Tho Supremo Court adjourned jester-
day for the session, to April 21,
appeal from the Attorney General's rul
ing on stnmp duty on written proxy Is
to be submitted on briefs.
Judge llumphrcjs made an order yes
terday dismissing the case of Terrltor
vs. Lllluokalanl In accordance with thn
Supremo Court decision .
An nnswer has been filed In tho dl
vorco case of Thomas Smith vs Mar
garet F. Smith.
Charles F. Murray has asked to be
appointed administrator ot the estate
of T. I). Murray, Tho estate is valued
The eighth annual accounts ot the J.
II Wood Trust wero filed yesterday,
showing receipts for the year to bo
$075018 2-3 and expenditures $6080 36.
Part of tho estate Is Invested In $3000
Oahu Railway and Land Company's
Application has been mado for th
appointment of a trustee for Jadntw
J Walsh, a minor, In order thai 'ni
may withdraw n deposit of $180 front
the First National Dank.
Chung Kin has sued Hynin Bros,
for $810 69, and for $1000 damages tor
alleged unlawful action U carrying
away goods from plaintiff
Judge Estee heard th' arguments In
tho A J. Fuller Itfel yesterday, and
took the ibbo urfler advisement. Ho
Intimated that h? would allow the sail
ors some damages, and said ho did not
believe a enpdn had an) right to give
his crow th-alternative of working oi
Commissioner 0111 yesterday started
the hearing of Manuel Castunha and
his son Frank on n charge of violating
the Intcrnnl revenue laws of tho Unit
ed States The apparatus used In dis
tilling the liquor was inlroducel In
court, and one witness wai heard. Tho
hearing was contim.ed until this after
noon at I oVloik
KKSSI.ER At Pojnette, Wisconsin,
on Feb. 26, 1902, Mrs Loulso Kcsslcr,
sister of Mrs W C Wilder of Ho
nolulu and of Mrs Arvllla MrWayne
of Kona, Hawaii Age 66 jears.
All sizes In quarter sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Large stock ot
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs,
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding (hairs to let for anj occasion nnd tho very best uphols
tcrlng done Elegant lino of furniture In all departments
PORTER FURNITURE GO., LTD.
Fisher Block, opp. Love BUI., Fopt Street.
TIEN TSINDAILY PAPER
Tacoma, Wash,, Mar. 2 Vlceroj
luan. the progresslvo Governor of
Shantung, who has recently been pro
moted to the Vlceroj ally of Chl-ll, li
preparing to start a dally newspaper
In Tien Tsln to disseminate Western
learning nnd Western methods of ac
tivity among the Chinese bf Northern
China. Ho uellpvps similar minora
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'""i should be started at Nanking and Can
rill. ' .
Viceroy Yuan has JiiBt outlined his
project to a reporter for Nlcht-Nlchl
Shlmbun, a vernacular paper of Toklo.
He sajs that while Governor of Shan
tung ho conceived the Idea of publish
ing a large paper and sent to Jlurrr-'
for the ncccssurj machine'-; Art" "d
other materials. Tho rrfnt has now
been transferred tp-leu Tsln and he
Intends to comnenco publication as
soon as the raUAajs and civil govern
ment of TU n vain and Manchuria are.
turned back A China. Viceroy Yuan
believes tb'i his countrjmen will be
aroused '0 the necessity of adopting
Westrn methods quicker through
ncw'iiapcrs than In any other waj
Nf i later than next autumn ho Intend!
.ending a partj of several hundred stu
dents to Japan.
BPBND OLD MAN'S MONEY.
A room papered with our new 1902
with a handsome border paper to match will Improve the appear
ance of any room In jour house.
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New York, Mar 2. A cable to the
Journal from Ixmdon says Princess
Hatzfeldt, who was Miss Huntington
ot San Francisco, Is beginning to make
her share of the Huntington millions
fly. She and the Prince are endeavor
ing to break Into royal and aristocra
tic society. They are conspicuous en
tertainers at Clarldge's, and have rent
ed a mansion In tho heart of Mayfalr.
They Intend entertaining lavishly dur
ing tho coronation season They now
occupy Drajcott House, Lord Cowlej'i
country seat. Tho Princess Is getting
Tonight nt Clarldge's they enter
tained a llohemian set at dinner. In
cluding Lord Cunard, Ilaron Howard
do Walden, the Marchioness of Ornnby,
Miss Jeanne Langley and Miss Dolly
Gray Tho Prlnco Is spending the
Huntington monej with a lavish hand
ond horses and coacMng,
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