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THE S2000 AUTO CONTEST IS OPEN TO EVERYBODY IN THIS TERMTOBY
1 4l&&ir3ttt0t4jjjl 5
From San Francisco!
America, Mnril Feb. 5
Alameda l'ol). 9
Mongolia . . I'cb. 13
For 8an Francisco.
Doric Feb. 9
Alameda Feb. 14
ONE VOTE FOR
THE EVENING BULLETIN
S2000 P"'ZE CONTEST.
SATURDAY. FEB 3. 1935
This vote li good for seven days
Moana Feb. 10
Aorangt Feb. 7
THE REO CAR IS A REAL CAR
Voii. XVIII No .TJ98
16 PAGES HONOLULU, TKKKlTOK OF HAWAII SATURDAY FKHHUAKY 8. ll.uO-.G PAGES
Pkiob 5 Oknth
Anin Contempt Case
TERRITORY WANTS SPEEDY IMPRISONMENT
Tho Attorne) General's Department
wan again toJn) disappointed In It.
efforts to hurr iiji tho Anln contempt
of court matter The Territory jester
ila) filed Its motion before Judge I.lnd
iay to acatc and set asldo the ordrt j
releasing Anin on nil own recognizance ,
on the grounds that nn appeal to the
Supreme Court does not He In cases oi
Olrect conttmnt The motion wut
formed so as to provide for a hearing
of It this morning nt 10 o'clock, but nl
though both Deputy Attorney General
Mllvcrton and Frank K. Thompson
who .loeether with Judge Hiimphros,
Is representing Anln, were on the scene souls In patience beforo they seo Anln
icady foi action the motion was not punished for his naughty behavior to
licard as Judge Lindsay did not come wards thenr Furthermore, It Is gen
to court today It Is understood thai I orally loncedcd by both sides that the
the Judge did not hear of the motion I most Importnnt phnso of the matter H
until late jesterday and that for tlili not so much to hae Anln punished, at
reason he did not hac tlmo to hear 11. It Is to have him punished swlftl) It
In the mtantlme both tho Attornil tho matter Is delayed, as It now threat
General's Department on one side and ! ens to be, the mornl effect of tho Anln
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lunge jiuiiipiircjn uuu nuim luuiup
ton on the other side, are preparing for;
n name royal in nn- niiiecer which win
take place next Monday forenoon. At
u matter of fait mere will probably b
two separate battles fought In dlffci
ent courts regarding the same cusc
mid the full force of legal warriors lu
the case will be engaged In tho fight.
First at 9 a in the Termor) s mn
Hon to vacate the order releasing Anln1
will ho heard before Judge Lindsay '
Depul) Attorney flencrul .Mllvorton
vlll handle the Terrltor) s ease, while
Frank Thompson will appenr for Anln
The Territory holds that an nppeal doci
not tie to the Supreme Court, as this I.
a ease of direct contempt, and that th i
only remedy Anln has from the sen I
tencc of ten Jajs Imprisonment Im
posed on him by Judge l.tmlsaj Is halt
ens rorpuii prottedlngs, Tho wholJ
m.Mn, ...t. n tt,A m,.t-,(. linn aI 1iaI
...Mllvi icrin wij ...v vu.o ,. t.wu v. t.
famous section 3073 of the Itoviscd
Laws. Doth sides (eel tonfldent that
the) arc right, so an interesting legal
battle i an be expected. Should tho Tcr
rltory succeed In having tho releasing
order arctcd Anln will have to start
In Immediately on the service of his
fcentencc In jail It will then be up to
Anln's attorneys to get their client out
ln a writ of habeas corpus This would
bring the ease before tho Supreme
Court almost immediately, which Is ex
nctly what the prosecution desires
The other flt.li! In the ease will be be-
If )OU heard the cheers at tho Or- forts of tho active ones,
pheum last night when Tho Ilulletlul NOVOr In the history of tho now spa-
nalre iZTotZXS i3P '- '- ".. so
onthuslasm shown In the greatest of elaborate been put beforo tho people,
all contests which The Uullctln has pre It is doubtful If tho peoplo of tho out
often, neud the announcement on pag j ' Islands will allow Honolulu to
11 of this Issue bnvo a monopoly of tho good things.
Already there is a hustling for votes The Kohala Club camo In strong In
nnd clipping of bnllots from tho corner the other contest and while It may not
of the naner. Everybody Is interested figure as prominently In this ono, there
for tho list of nrlzes Is Hiich Hint other
prizes than the beautiful auto nro at.wlll) IH not bo slow In coming for- tryi renllzlng, as we do, that tho land
tractive. One lady whoso name IsV-nrd. we lino applied for Is tributary to a
likely to appear made tho remark thls The terms arc plain and easy. Tho, Plantation, and our success would de
morning thnt she would bo oulto ns coute-st Is oncn to all cood nconle with ound upon tho bucccss of that Indus-
willing to have the piano as the auto
Still another said that thu sowing ma
chine would come In bnndy Theie Is
something for evcr)ono, to suit all
tastes und ample teward for the ef
.-llf itBcnlamiii aCa
. i hJ .
The Rash Company Ltd.
fore the Supremo Court at 10 o'clock
Monda) forenoon, whin the Attornc
General's Department will prcent
motion to plnco tho matter of the cxecy
Hon of Anln from Judge l.lndsay
sentence on the calendar. Thin motion
iu uc iirusciicc'ci uy mcurmv uraum
Peters and opposed by Judge Hunk
phros It In an assured thing that
Judge Hiimphre)B will stand strlctl)
on his legal rights, wlihli give him ten
daH In which to jilarc the matter on
the calendar Should lliiniplirc)s be
victorious, as ho expects to be. the
Grand Jurors will hae to possess tholr
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be n warning to other witnesses, "HI
i-v m hm mvunuiu iu
, vin . u utw
2 15 p. m. "Tracked Around the
World," the exciting automobile run I
in the fifth ait, matinee nt the Oi
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armcrs' Institute) an ,
for business at Kamu
liamcha Manual Training seblll said land, totally ignoring Sec 314 of
2 30 p. m Hawaiian band at the the Hovlsed Ijiwb of Hawaii and, when
baseball grounds. i finding this position of )ours iinten-
2 30 p. m.-Assoelatlou (Sockcr) I,,U ? a lnl rc8(Jft' cu,l,"B "", ",0
football at the baseball grounds: lo ln' mlcn "nail areas that to ac
Unls vs. I'uiiahous. qulro them, under tho stringent rules
3 30 p. m.-Assoclatlon football al 'nbl down by )ou would condemn tho
tho baseball grounds: Diamond Head. iPPlicnnt to certuln stanatlim.
s Y M C A Tll Association claims, under Sec
3:3b'p ni Spraying demonstration 813 """l 3M. that CT liave tho right
nt Farmers' Institute meeting. It0 aca'ilro ono hundred acres for each
1 p. m. Inspection of farm and shop , member If tho area of tho tract select-
of Kamchameha Manual Training 1 will permit of such division, and
School, Farmers' Institute. I wo deny tho right of tho Honorablo
4 p in Finals In the tennis mate b Commissioner to assumo that ho If tho
for the Cooper trophy at Oahu tolloge hiw and that ho can decide, without
7 30 p m Kvenlng session of tli' Justlllcntlon, as to tho number of ucres
Fnrmers' Instltuto annual meeting ntj we nro to receive.
Kamehamcha. Tho law clearly sets forth the condl-
8 p. m Uoxlng contest at tho Opera ttous under which nn applicant can ae
House, Sullivan vs. Hulhtil. jqulro and retain land and tho Honor-
8 lo p m "Tracked Around IU
at tho Orpheum
nro others on Maul, Hawaii aud Kauai,.,
lotB of friends Popular men and pop
ular women there aru lots of them
hero nnd they will bo In the list, for
their friends will vote early and void
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
cxtremest dresser and the conierva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Don't Know Why They
Shouldn't Hire If
ALIEN' ABOR COMPETITION
AND THE PRESENT HOLDERS
DISCUSSING WHY LAND WAS CUT
UP IN SMALL LOTS PRATT8
TRIP AND THE MOLO.
fSiirrlnl la The llullrlln)
WAIOIIINU, Kau, Hawaii, Jan. 31.
At a meeting of the Thompson Settle
ment Association, held at Walohlnu
District of Kau, County of Hawaii,
Territory or Hnwall, on January 27th,
190C, the following open letter to Land
Commissioner Pratt wns unanimously
decided upon by tho members pres
ent: Hon. Jas. W. I'ratt. Commissioner of
Public 1-ands, Honolulu.
Slf: Feeling that you nro placing
vvuix uuacuuie- uussiuiu iu cne way OI
"-'obtaining tlio land applied for by tho
Thompson Settlement Association
with tho evident Intention of defeating
thi settlement of public lands by Amer
lean Citizens first by attempting to
cnango irom iiignt oi i-urcnaso i.easu
to Cash I reohold, second, by notlf)lng
tho Association throuch Sub Land
Agent White that tho land would bo
assessed at from $50 to $100 per ncro,
Knowing full well that nnj such np
prnlsement would render it imposslblo
for an) body but rich men to taku up
'nl.li, PiiinmluHlntii.r Hhfllll.l K,. thnt tlin
law is carried out but not attempt to
make laws to suit himself or othcrH.
If the Commissioner has the power
Iti) limit an applicant to an area which
jhu may deem advisable, then what is
lo proveni mm irom iicciuuig upon Hiv
ing ono aero or less, which, upon its
face, is absurd, but no more so than
to cut thorn up Into such small areas
that no man could subsist upon them
Wo propose to carry out tho law In
all Its requirements, but wc object to
being prejudged, claiming that it Is
our right to select land under tho law,
and )ours to oust us If wo default In
tho conditions required for retaining It.
Wo do not proposo to have tbeso
matters decided contrary to law and
will. If necessary, appeal to higher au
thority. Whllo wo aro deeply Intercut-
I in the success of tho Sucar Indus
try, jet wo disclaim )uur rtgbt (as set
forth In our letter of Into date) to
statu what crops wo shall ralao aud
(Continued on Page S)
Clcorgo 1). dnar has opened law ofc
Hi ort In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Jiistlco Hatch on Kaahumauu
street Telephone Main 214
Evening Bulletin 75J per month.
The wheels of business move rather
slowly with the unsystematic business
man. He Is continually getting Into
trouble his business affairs get tan
gled and he spends half his time and
energy getting straignt.
Let us look after your Investment,
estate, collection and other business,
We can save you worry and money.
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, Honnlulu
Malted Milk King
With Private Yacht And Auto
Coining To Hawaii
MAJOR VINCENT TO HONK-HONK PARADISE I
Major Vincent, who wa proclaimed Imbibed of thu mull duit without a
as n secret service ngetit b) the morn,
Ing paper. Is no more n member of the
United States secret fccrvio than ho is
nn evangelist. '
Ho comes to Honolulu as a man of
apparently more than loiniortalile
means and incidentally Is scattering
gills abroad with a lavish hand The
gifts nro from Horllck tho malted-
milk king, and consist of handy nr-
tlcles for tho hospitals and Maternity
noine. urug siores, ami oiner places.
Vint ent Is Horllck s friend, a vory
closo friend, and Hirllek sa)S to Vln
cent "Major, sinco )ou are going to ,, tI,( souvenirs Is a matter of friend
make a tour of tho world aud Incl- kv. ,,.iween Vincent nnd Horllck.
dentally take In the Hawaiian Islands,
I wish you would oblige mo by taking
long a fow trunk-loads of malted milk
Mimcnlrs nnd distribute them where
they will be appreciated Leavo n fow
near silver nutmeg shakers on tho so
.In untnr ntnmla !tn,l ilrnn In nn thM
hospitals and hand them a few convf-1
nlences gratis; but keep away from
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tilt. iienoiiifv.iinvii Hii'i ww ia
tny newspaper owners on the steamer
going down (111 thim up with malted-
Horllck may not have used these ox-
ml words, but tho Idea Is correctly
represented, and, suro enough, Mu
te nt did meet a tiuwspaper owner on
tin boat coming down, nnd tho hitter
A splendid publb golf links Is to 1
laid out in Knplolanl park
The Hawaii Promotion Committee I
at work on n i.liune whereby the pen
pie will have a convenient links fr
their use without money and without
The Promotion Committee, through
Its secretary, II P Wood, hns common
hated with the Park Commission and j ers of the Jiyianeso llnall) talked sense
the latter body has responded, favorlnt'.l"1" the heads of the disaffected I
tho pinna providing tho Commission Is Motosugl, big mnu nmong tho Japan
put to no expense Tho money has al -so mado n running speech In which
ready been guaranteed, so there need ho declared that strlkcB only Injured
bo no fenr In this regard on the part ot
the Commission Mr. Wood will re.-
port tho matter to the next meeting of
tho Promotion Committee.
Honolulu already boasts one of the,
most beautiful links In the world, at
Moanalna, but this Is not "within eas?
reach of people now owning animals oc
President Don inns was questioned
as to Investments Ho said that thu
$35,000.0011 of asm U was divided about
equally between securities nnd real
"Huvl )ou found It necessary to
watch the ticket to seo when nu
could make a profit'" asked Dxumluer
"No," said the witness, with a decid
ed chuckle of i-.it Infliction.
President I) iuh snld thnt tho
acrmanla'H buslnc was it great deal
more prolllnhli In (lermany than In
I "Why Ik that' asked Mr Hughes.
"They don't have our wild wu)s of
doing business he explained, laugh
ing. "Tho methods nro not unlike, hut
tho figures are Tho Now York live
ning Sun, Decimbir 20, 1905.
Tho lease of OMnda," the II P Ilnld
win mountain houso on llalcnkala, wui
sold at auction h Land CommUsluuoi
'Pratt this noon the old lenso buvlng
expired There was no competition In
tho biddliii, and thu lease was Feciired
nt the up"ct prhe of $J800 b) 11 A
Tbo Manufai tun rs' Shoo Co Is ion
dinting n reiiuirUiibli) sale of misses
children and infants' sbous nt aim
half oni founh uud one-third ot the
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd..
Stock and Dond Brokers,
OfflcesxCor. Fort and Merchant SU.
Telephone Exchange Ntr.,4.
Vincent Is a charming man to meet.!
j0 8 0f tnc medium height nnd wears i
reddish-brown low banging box'
,.oat n whlto vest with red dots, turn
,iwM collar with brown silk tie. goldl
rollnr stud with diamond whlteciirded
jncl.tlngcnp, patent leathers, nnd a
cnne Ho Is stopping nt tho Young'
nnd does not like to be Interviewed, i
s modesty shuns ncwspnporlety As
iatter of fact, ho Is not trnvellng for
mtc, mlk. for ho has weightier
i,lncs to do. Ills distribution of mnlt-
Horllrk, h the way, Is toon going lo
mart on a tour of the world In his mag
htllient private niht. nnd he will stop
at Honolulu nnd mnkc n cruise around
the Islands He will brine along his
automobllo also. I
Talking nboui automobile's. Major
Vincent Intends making an automobile
tour of tho Islands during tho six
k.nl. I... vnnnla t.i mnmlti lia.rn tin
....-urn. i.v v.j'm.d iy ... ...... i
may purchase nil auto for tin- purpose.
If not he will choeise n m.iihlne from
tv Von llnnim ming garugi
Vincent ioiiips by his till of Ma
Jor" through the voluntrcr nrm)
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
1 The strike of 22& Japanese' laborers
In the Knwalloa section of the Wnl
'nlua plantation mint to an end Tbuis
da) night the strikers being grnnted
none of their demands
I The row was really between two
Japanese crowds over gambling. Ono
crowd wanted certain men (lrcd nnd
demanded that the plantation net Oth
tho plantation ami In consequence,
would Injure the strikes; besides, Ja-i
pan was In a lot of trouble since thu I
war, and they should all work falth-l
fully and try to send money home for
the support of widows and orphans.
The plantation, therefore, won a vic
tor) with little or no effort, the peace
makers being among the Japanese'.
SHORT COURT TERM
Clerk Frank 1. Hatch, of the United
States District Court, returned today
lllllll I1HU, nilVIV IIW Ul I Ullll'MIIIVW
till. ..!..... 1... ...n .h n.1'
Judge Dole, who opened the court
term there Inst Thursday Three nut
urulinitlous were made aud as there
was no other business for the court t'J
do, and adjournment was taken tli'i
same day Judge Dole then left foi
thu Hnmuillil sheep stutlou, when he
will spend n week He Is expected to
I e turn to Honolulu next Saturda). ,
GOVERNOR BETTER. j
Oovernor Carter is gradually rwov
ering from his Illness His temp, i
n to re today Is hut sllghtl) above nor
mnl ami he Is lomparntlvely comfort
H. II KlngHbury )im ortoned lw of
lie os In tbo lkton bunding, moms
200. 201, 203. Tolcpbonu Matu Vji
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUG8 IN .
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor F)ug.
French After Ship
ith Moroccan Arms
PARIS, France Feb. 3. A French cruiser it trying to -ntereept a vessel
alleged to be carrying arms to Morocco.
Against The Treaty
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 3. The Democratic Senators have sgreed In
caucus to oppose the Roosevelt treaty with Santo Domingo
VANDERSLICE CASHIER SUICIDES.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Feb, 3. Cameron Owens the assistant cashier
for the Vandersllce Jewelry Company, committed suicide today. His accounts
are straight and It Is therefore supposed that despondency was the cause of
GENERAL FRED. GRANT ADVANCED,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 3 Fred. Grant will become a Major General
on the retirement of General Sumner.
WILL DIE FROM ACCIDENT.
LONDON, England, Feb. 3 The wife of Foreign Secretary Grey was
thrown from a trap today and suffered concussion of the brain. The woman
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Feb. i.
Previous quotation, 8s 3-1 d.
The Oovernor has received n copy of
the voluminous report of the Collector
of Currency to Congress In this
work, which Includes almost 800 pages,
Hawaii Is given tho following mention;
'There nro two national bunks in
the Terrltor) or Hawaii, with capital
vtock or (535 000 Individual deposits
fr,K5 212 nnd nggregnto resources 1,
83i)s.ru Individual reports, have bun
ticelvi-d from seven cither banks and
banking Institutions doing business In
this Terrltor) A compilation of these
reports shows capital of t2 3l2.5nil In
dividual deposits 15,980,831, aud aggri
gate ri'HourccH of (9.205.315 Other
Items of resources are loans mid dU
countH (O 090.830. stocks bonds etc.,
(818.733, rash In bank (1,388,129, sur
plus and undivided profits (489 519.
Tho aggregate resources of thu report.
Ing banks, Territorial and national, aro
tlO.O0B.lC5; tho capital 1h 12 877,500,
Mid Individual deposits (0,Cf;G052."
Dy comparing these figures with
thoso published In tho report for 1904,
It will be observed thnt while the ng
gregato resources aro approximately
the same ns shown last )ear, deposits
show a gain of marc than (1,400.000.
Under the bend of "Hcports of tho
Principal Items of the ItesourcCH and
Liabilities of Nallonnl Hanks on Au
gust 25, 1905," Hawaii makes the fol
HANK OF HAWAII.
President Cecil Urowa
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co. 'a selected prnoapples will ro
forward to the Coast per S. S. Sonoma
January 30th. Leave order at Well
Fargo office. King St.
I . .
A Llap ot 1 hunder
Out of a Clear Sky
couldn't be more startling than our GREAT CLEARANCE SALE of
Misses', Children's and Infants' Shoes.
Highest grade shoe wear for one-fourth, one-third and one-half the
regular price. Every mother Is Interested and asking "How can they
We can and will easily explain when you come In.
Note the reduced prices, then come early and buy. You will be
sure to meet some of your friends here.
200 Palr Misses' Tan Shoes; lace, button and slippers. Sizes
11 1-2 to 2 1 2 Former price $3.75, $3.00, $2.50; NOW 75.
JlOO pairs Children's Tan Shoes; lace and buttons only. Sizes
8 to 11. Former price $2.75, $2 50, $2.00; NOW fiOe.
100 Pa,r Infants' Tan, Red and Black Shoes Sizes 2 1-2 to 5.
Former price $2 00, $1.75, $1.50; NOW 500.
TERMS CASH AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGES
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
S 'PHONE MAIN 282 1051
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SUGAR: 88 analysis Deets, 7s It 1-td.
Cashier W O Cooper
1-o.itiH and discounts $712,533
Vlllted States bonds 150.000
Other securities 1C.700
Lawful mono) 215,177
Total resources 1,315,150
Surplus and profits , 87,375
Ml deposits 1,005.9 t'J
HANK OF WA1LUUU.
President C. M. Cooke
1 Cashier CD I.ufkln
1 onus nnd dlscounta ( 111,609
I nlted States bonds 10,500
Other securities 21,917
Lawful muny 31,134
, Total resources 205,190
Surplus and profits 9.0 SO
All deposits 145.210
At another placo in tho book a mora
detailed statement Is given of tho af
fairs of tho two nntlonnl banks. Among;
these the following comparative show,
lug of Individual deposits Is of Inter
rst as It shows an lucreaso of almost
f 300,01 i in the irlod from Nov, 10,
1901 to Aug 25 1905. It Is as follow
for the two banks
Nov 10 (419,291.22
Jau 11 591,792.03
March 14 .. GS5.21SOJ
May 2') 785.130.3 1
Aug 23 918,801 98
SENATOR ISENBERG BACK
"I'm feeling tine and I'm glad to gel
home," said Senator D. P H Isoubcra
this morning. "Aside from the tec
rlblo blow ot my brother's death my
trip was a pleasant one and my health
very much Improved Of course 1 am
glad to get back. You never saw 1114
glad to stay away from Hawaii.
UK' IS in this city, Feb 2, 1900, to
Mr and Mrs. A Louis, a daughter
Ilurglars entered a Chinese soup
house at King nnd Ileretnnla streets
)esterdny morning between 2 nnd 0
o'clock obtuliilug half a sack ot rlco
some eggs und (3 In uifcli The entrain el
wns mndu through n hack door which
wns fastened with a padlnik the lock
being broken In entering the pliue The
pulbo bus been unable to find a iluo to
the Identlt) of the robbers
FORT STREET HONOLULU