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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T., TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1002.
A PERFECT BLENDING OF ELEGANCE AND ECONOMY
We take considerable pleasuro and a pardonable amount of prlda
In calling attention to our present stock of these goods. As we liavo
given particular attention to thn selection and the buying, It Is cer
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Satin Stripe Lawns
Fancy Lace Stripes
l'ln patterns; 7 yards for
Plaids and Checks
Fancy effects, varied assortment
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Good assortment; 8 yards for..
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Fancy White Ducks
Vertical stripes; exceptional
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Full line of Dotted Swisses, India Linons, Organdies, Etc,
Wo aro still adding now goedb to our stock and the prices aro
much lower than you would expect for such meritorious wares.
Among tho new arrivals aro Swiss Tucklngs, in slnglo tucks, cluster
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WAIST PATTERNS, In silks and wash materials.
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Governor Taft Talks Upon
Editors of Manila Papers Make
Cincinnati, O , April 12. The Times
Star today publishes the following-
Governor General Taft of tho Phil
ippines was today shown a copy of tho
letter written by ltcv. David Philip
son, published this morning After
rending I)r. i'hlllpson's letter. Uovcr
nodr Taft said-
"I havo no desire or Intention of en
tering upon a newspaper eontioversy
In respect to matters ai to which I
may have had nn oPlclnl duty to per
form, but the communication from Dr.
I'hlllpion makes me feel that. In my
home, where I hope I havo many
friends, I ought to say something to
disabuse the mind of n disinterested
nnd public-spirited man llko Dr. Phil
Ipson of certain erroneous Impression
1 think he has gathered from suurcoa
of Information which he seems to ntlopt
ns authoritative. Ills communication
relates to tvvo'tnatters.
"first, as to tho nnest of the editor
of tho Manila dally nevvepaper, tho
Freedom, Dr. Plilllpsoti assumes that
the prosecution of the editor of tho
Freedom Is based on a criticism of the
policy adopted by the Commission. In
this 1 know that ho Is entirely In error.
The prosecution of tho 1'ieedoni. us
may perhaps be gathcicd fiom the dis
patches and as I know from pi ev loin
history, is for flftiiglng that tho mem
bers of the Commission, or somo of
them, w lthout naming any one of them,
enjoy what is ulgarly known us i
'gruff that Is, that they are coirupt
ly receiving money for their action as
Commissioners. Prosecution has been
begun, It is said, under the sedition
law, against tho editor of the freedom,
in which he will have a full oppor
tunity to show as n defense, that such
corruption exists. If It does exist Th
action Is begun under the sedition law
because It could not be proicciiled sue
ccssfully under the libel law. Under
a law of libel a charge that a public
body or that a member of a imblli'
body Is guilt) of corruption is not n
charge upon which a suit by any par
ticular member, not named, of that
body can be founded. Under tho sedi
tion law a charge of that kind against
a Governmental body can be protect
ed, and the dofcudant given nn oppor
tunity to show that it Is true. It does
not old the discussion, nor Is It ma
terial whether it be called sedition or
criminal libel, to call such a prosecu
tion lese inajcste.
Statemjntc oi Freedom.
"The question presented Is simply
whether a newspaper shall bo permit
ted day after day to charge that tho
highest KOU'rnmental lm.lv In thn lui.
nnds Is composed of men who aro cor
ruptly using their nower lo mnkn mnn.
ey, without any oppoi (unity to any
member of the bodv nr In ihn lm.lv n
a whole to take uctlon by n tult, before!
n court regularly constituted, in mm. I
Ish such malicious misstatements, if1
iney are malicious, or to give the per
son making them the ontiortunltv nr
showing that thc aro true
la Kb iu Ra fca jb pa Ra f-a ps !a in tn
Under the military government or Illegal emolument, and that there Is
which existed prior to the adoption uf
tho civil government and under the
Spanish method, the editor would ho
sent to prison or depot ted, and tho
piper suppressed The animus of tho
charges Is manifest, the 1'iccdom Is i
newspaper which has devoted Its col
umns alunjs to the denunciation of the
Filipinos, to holding them up to the
scorn of Americans, advocates with In
tensity the turning over of the Govern
ment from the civil to the military ami
advocates the utmost soverlt) of meas-
not to be a return to conditions of cor
ruption existing under Spanish rule.
"The second circumstance refened
to by Dr. Phlllpson Is tho Taynbas re
port of Major Gardener as Civil Gov
ernor of that province. Dr. Phlllpson
sajs that the report was suppiesseii
by the governmental authorities, How
suppicsscd? Tho facts are that In
testifying before the committee 1 vol
untcercd. without suggestion from the
committee, to present to It certain
poits to rebut the charge tnat there was
urcs against tho Filipinos. It attacks' no tranquility In provinces said to h
cue Lommitsion dally ror appointing pacified 'Ilicic was no obligation on
Filipinos to office, for legislating In in) part, therefore, to present any le
tbe Interest of tho Filipinos, and for port in regard to the Tnvnhnu mnllnr
not looking to the Inleicst of Amerl-l for I was not asked to do n iinfnr..
cans In the Islands, it fcceks to stir I the time when I presented the reports
up Amcrlenu prejudices against tli , I had submitted the Taobas report lo
Filipinos, nnd, on tho other hand, Its I tho Sccrctaiy of War for Investigation.
unJuBt attarks upon Filipinos havo u ' "The Tayabas report needs Invesll-
icnuency m destroy tlie confidence of gntlon lirforo It shall bo accepted. Ma
Filipinos In the friendly Interest ol j Jor Gardener, as Governor of Tayabas
Americans. was called upon for a report ns to tho
American In Same Boat. i conon 1" that province, nnd In his
"The Dally American, which Is an-l r'"" " K'ves Ills opinion ns to tho
other newspaper of Manila, and take, I ? ""' " "'c warfare carried on In
much the same view In respect to the I,a,,n,n1K1,s; 'aK"-i ""'1 Samar, wholly
necessity for severity of mrusuicM "! f ,le "f.TaJ,n "I8-,""1 Vle Kc"crnl nt'
agalust ull Filipinos and a distrust of "" of l ,c, l,lgl";"t "tn-y autliorl
them, and advocates u leflirn to tho , ,?unnl. "IC1C l" Boicrnmtnt of the
military government of the Islands, at , ,. a"'ls- "8 ,0 ','"' uld have only
one tlmo published an article charging TTV" ."lnt. "'
that some member of the ('rinimla.liin. . ...""" """u .. as i nu
not mentioning the name, was Inter
ested In an enterprise In the Islands.
As president of the Commission I wrote
to the editor of the American and de
manded that he make specltlc charges
against some member of the Commis
sion, so that that member might take
vised the Secretary, theic has been
very great friction between Major Gar
dener and tho military authorities In
Tn)nbas and In the Islands Ueforc a
teport thus written slimilil bo glvon to
me public. It was, I submit, entirely
fair that he. ns Governor, should bo
called upon to make spcclllcntlons, and
steps to defend his reputation or that ,, , " .,'"" l, mnKC l'ec'"ulon, and
ho withdraw tho charges; thai a cliargo '), , cVfr.ecd wlth tho Bcrll"
..gainst a commissi;.,, vhIcU vas a ,," , t" .V "l11 g C" R" ''l,orllm-
.i , . ,, . . . Mlty to reply. It Rems to mo, therefore
liargc against no p,4.c;.lar Perso.l. thn, Dr lhlllpn. I his Justlilal 1,
and jet was a charge against all. wa , ,, .. ' " '" ' i .. ' .. ...
government In the Philippines Miotild
not uso the expressloln characterizing
cowardly. I thereupon made Inquiry
and found, as I had alnavs supposed
the caso to me. that not n member ot
the Commission had a dollar's interest
In any enterprise In tho Philippines,
the action of the Secretary of War or
mjself -as a suppression of the renoil
Gcenrnl Chalfcc has. under directions
and the charge which was said to have ru ' ,' ." ,5? 1u,recJ,?IW
been based on clippings from some 1"' ,' ?! " . WarJss"ri"'e:
newspaper In the United States, was :,: :,.!. .....".". " .rP)0"
then forma llj wlthdiawn.
ns come to be made public. Instituted an
Investigation which involves thn nd.
viousiy fair requirement of speclflc-a-
"Tho Freedom has now made cencral
SSL 'r: --" - - MaJ'Gen
tw..,.v ..i.u.i, tiiv euiuv; IIIV11IUVI 9 v
i ... i. , . . ..
tho Commission, without mentioning! ,lta "he .Z, "T J" !
names, are getting what is culled a ,.?, , dU (crllW,"t I" h.l
BiBlt.' The question Is whether the L'1"" i'.. T or orm "' """ ""t"!
ficedom of the press requires that per- m.T !,, 8n""u"- nru ,noro
tons malclmt .urh i r - li.,.i. i i. -' ",l '. P cU" government than with
immune fr m p,..m7...T . ." Z ... .,. I .". ""'"": "" ' the Inevitable
mo not. Under the c.reumMance and 'e0, ' f'.'i1 "I"1",""0"
In such a mattrr iho ,,..,i i..i...J ". "Vrnlncl11 ."! the two bian-
... .i.. ,. ,.,.'.. '. ''."'' . " "oes not Incline mo tn n.irtlniiiv
In favor of military methods, however
neressary, nut I liellcve tint Jusllco re
quires (lint both sides should be heard
beforo Judgment Is given"
Dr David Phlllpson, to whoso letter
In tho Commercial Tiibune of today
Governor Tnft replies, is rabbi of the
MMtlfwl olvrnl T .i.l I.. -!.. I ..
that omces shall be administered In ' pr.,7 . I ' c X- TZ7 Z
tho public Interest, and m.t for private lege of this city
M to P Mi M n na m n R, f,, n pj ri, rn .fi .4 ,a rj
VOLCANO MARSHAL HAS BEEN
CHARGED WITH TREASON
to tho Commissioners who aro mallcn
cd Is comparatively of smull Import
ance. The Injury done Is In dcstrnvlng
tho usefulness of tho Commission by
Impeaching Its dlslntciestednesfl It Is
of the highest importance to Induce
tho Filipino people to believe that It Is
possible under American Government
iFROM MONDAY'S SECOND EDITI 3N.)
ca., ;'eS,";cinlly ?U,cn oU,cn' , '' trying tho editor of Freedom u
cnrpet-bagglng nnd rumors of -graff ,., tho sedition law.
vero too thick to bo pleasant." Thcl0 plocceillnelI n0 B
J in CmtE m"" nro ,"t '",., press of Manila and I, , '
'' l'on In publishing recently nn,;;7"a;; VimrnP ' I rPlB,,U" met t0'",y an" to
rrtielo from an American periodical toC. cTued to tl m lU if mm m " """ a ""' " Commission
which tho editor of Freedom agreed. !;twh:oi:t,y,1c: ! l.-ta "'
Ho also added remarks ot his own.1 . of tho Volcano mI.!,,",:T' ..... C0,,n" n,B
Pavo been arrested on a suit of tho IVsldent Itoosovelt. urging ,l, o
Government for domnndlnir thn rn. .... . . .. "m t0
&1SL1S: :z:m :! - - - srss
en's, to prove leso mnjesta against
editors. Tho mooting, which was en
thtislastlc. was also largely attended
uv lawjcrs. doctors nnd others
Manila, April 10. Incitement pro-
vails hero on account of tho arrest of
the editor and proprietor of Freedom,
n local publication, who Is charged
censuring the United States Coramls
sion's rule, nnd saying that when It
Utni-tft It. Till,, Inn n.(..K. ...... tu .!. .. ...
-......m, .-..v.cl, a,.r. uio uenor Vnldcz (tho editor of a local
, '. y hpanla" "apor' ho nns ""l -000 po.
cl! dropped by tho v.ayslde. as thoy sctos for llbelii.L- iwn rnini.. . '
t ... .,.,, i ii.i;, 14
would not support arbitrary govern
l" lui Ra to, is t-A iuj rai rm pji pa fta fa
Manila, April 13. Major Uttlejohn
W T Wnller of tho Marine Corps has
been acquitted of tho charges against
hlin. ny a vote of cloven to two tho
c-iiiirt-martial, composed of Army and
Mnilne Corps orticers, hcin that In
killing cloven natives of Samar last
January without trial ho was noting In
mcordanco with tho rules of war, the
orders of Ills superior and tho military
I "cessltios of tho situation.
Major Waller had been on trial rlnco
March 18th. Ho admitted tho killing
er mo Mllplnos nnd further thnt ho
GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building,
it nn c ic
iLiiiiimi hud i id
DROP M FOR MIM
Washington. Anrll It Tliern u ni.
most no talk nowadays of Pacific cable
oiiis, una ii appears to be generally
conceded that uothlnc will lm iimin Uv
Congress this session. The construc
tion of a cablo to Honolulu by John
W. Mackny's company, which, It Is re
ported, will bo comnlcted bv Nnirm.
her, seems to have satisfied tho ma
Joi Ity of tho members of Congrestpthat
n Government cablo would lie n minor.
flulty Mackay has illcd a cunrnnte.
with the Denaitmcnt of Justlen rnr.
- - - vi.u , , iiiiun itiKi ii.rmcr inni no
Including censorship, rluht of w of at. ," t,mo ,,nt ",e!,,,t"1
Gov eminent messages, etc . I
What more llo WO wnnl'" nakml n1
Pacific Coast Senator todav "Wn'm Smith, who commanded
geciing a l-aclllc roast cablo ns It Is
Why bhould CoiiKiesa bother ubout It '
AUen Elfft-ic 'HHt
pensorv 's RuaranteeJ
ill th- . uritluM nr.trvr
t -r - - ! HIV kUIHtV. I'lt'l'VI
ie etwnlve belts nnvv mli! hv
nn ifmos It rrlte i i rti
f-iirrfnt of elertrlifltv ami U mIIu
regulatcJ. Bound to surercJe others. Cin
be Ind from the undersianeJ only: no
itrnlf nnillcnunt t Ircnl-.r fra A.t.ir...
lerco Ulcctrlc Co , 206 Poit St.. S n
rrar.v.ij. sent iree to ii.wau inr mit.u 1
hers of tho Commission!, nnd wlm i
wimin uiDii i
it Is expected that General Jacob II.
r (lit. will bo bronchi In I Hi, I r,- i.-.
ing tho 01 dors under which Mnjor Wnl-
H r acted Gcncial Chalfeo Imn ihn
Silt Lake, Utah, April 11 Uenja
mln Hownrd, leading man of tho Dan
lei Frawlcy Company, now nlavlnir
tho Salt I.ako Theater, made an un
successful attempt at sulcldo In his
room at the Knutlsford Hotel last
night. He swallowed two ounces of
laudanum nnd slashed his left wrist
with a razor Despondency and 111
health arc the causes assigned for his
net. Last evening ho went to two drug
stores nnd bought an ounco of lauda
num at each t
Iletiirniug to his room he drove out
other members of tho company who
raine In. telling them ho had to study
his lines. He took tho laudanum, lay
down on tho bed and clashed his left
wilst with a razor, cutting the veins
but not sulking thcMmilu aitery Hud
ho understood anatomy ho 'would
.... w.....wv hud kiu .. ' -Jiniuwii 111, an, 1, ij nu nuuiu tn
niatter under consideration and orders lulnly have succeeded In his attempt
convening n now couit-martlal nro ex- '"lla morning v, hen tlmo for rehcni
rccted soon. Ifal lamo ,l0 l11'1 "ot appear, and l'inw-
9 ley went up to his room nnd found him
. , lylHK theie bleullng badly and nlmost
Dr. and .Mrs. I ranrls It. Day of this gone A plivslclnn was called, and ho
city expected to lenvo Hurnpo for the wns with dllllculty aroused, but tonight
.mi.mii.ii in iiuum ems iiine. uieywiu he Is pionounicd out of danger How-
nrnlinlili. lm 1. .. 1. In r,f.lnn..n i , .,.. . ....
probably bo back In Chicago about tho
middle or May.
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fnllB eiri' h W flrnvn'i ilpnnfiiro
aid comes from Mcntpellei. and vv
with James N'clll last season, llo
about 30 vears of ugo.
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