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Vol. X"V31I No. 3300
A BULLETIN AD SECURES AND HOLDS THE ATTENTION OF BUYERS OF GOODS
3:30 O'CLOCK causing people to notice is good business EDITION
S one vote for J
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a THE EVENING BULLETIN" ' J
'SiiOOO PniZR CONTEST.
Jf TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 100C, f
" Thla vote la good for three veel I
0 from date. I
HONOLULU. TKUIUTOUY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. APRIL 17, 1B00
Phiob 5 Or.NTB
Japanese Exodus In Washington
Mormons and Bigamy
Principal Subjects of
Grand Jury's Report
DOLE SAYS HE WILL BE YIGILENT
Wl elhor bigamy, which linn recently
been foinid to lie a wry common of
fense In tills Territory. Is due to the
leadlines of the local Mormon Kettle
incut. Ih, according to the report of tho
J'cilcrnl (Irani! Jury, which was return
cd leilay, nn open question. Judgo
Dole, In thanking Ihc Jury for Its
work, lalil special stress on the fact
Hint ho was Kind that attention hail
hee'.i railed to the question regarding
Hid loeal Mormon ihiireh, anil staled
llinl In rase matters should nrlxc In
Milling the responsibility of tho tench
lugs of this church Tor the violations
of ll.e marriage lawn, tho court would
certainly attend to them.
When the Jury met this morning
roreman Htchard (vers returned the
Honorable Hauford II. Dole, Judge of
the United Stales District Court.
Territory of Hawaii.
Sir: The (Irand Jury, empaneled,
sworn nnd charged hy you on the !Uh
day of April. A. I). 1906, having con
eluded lis duties, begs to submit hero
villi the '(dlonlng report:
The United States Attorney has
brought to the attention of the (Irand
Jury several rases, all of which hav
hreti carefully Investigated and cou
sldeied. and In eight cases true lillla
have heeu found, which aro now re
tained tu this Honorable Court.
Mtarhcd hereto and made a part
hereof Is n list of the Indictments so
The (Irand Jury has devoted consid
erable tlmo to tho Investigation of
rases Involving violations of the laws
of the United States relatho to mar
rlagr. W ascertained !.at rortrti
doctrines of the Church of Jesus
SAYS THINGS ADOUT
Deputy Sheriff Kcknnha of Koolau
loa, who Is charged with mnlfeasanrii
lu cilice, returned to his post tills
lie was ashed this morning It the
action taken against him would cause
Mm to leave the Hepulillenn party. He
said, "Not at all, This action has been
1,-kcii at the instance of llrown and
Join. C. l.ane on account of personal
gilevuncc. nnd therefore the party
should nut suffer for Hint, At tho Inst
election I would not follow I.nno's In
structions, and two months ago 1
made nn open declaration that I would
no; support llrown again because hn
disc! urged Sam Kalua, one of the po
lice olllcers appointed by me, and rla-'
cd In his stead Kcaunul of Hauiita,
without consulting mo. I conshlcicd
the action as degrading the dignity of
my o 111 re. It Is Mr. Urown's Intention
to distribute tho appointment of offl
rers among tho different districts of
Koolauloa, Irrespective, It seems, of
tho number of Inhabitants at any
place. This course Is Intended fof
none other than to meet political ends.
"I believe In having them concentra
ted, because. In case of emergency, I
would lose no tlmo In calling on them.
At the time I made tho arrest of Kag-
If the I.lllha streeters were wrathy
when the Haplil Transit proposed to
chnugo thelr's to n flftecn-mlnutc car
service, there's no word to describe
their state of mind now, with the ten
inlnuto scrvlco thnt stops nt Itlver
This scrvlco Is supposed to connect,
but, according to the assertion of an
lrntn I.lllha streeler. It does not cou.
neet and never has connected, except
That is the source of tho weeping In
Israel round about I.lllha street. The
ten-minute service thnt Is supposed to
connect both wnys nt King street Junc
tion and stop at Itlver street falls to
connect so thoy say. Consequently tho
people with the ten-minute car have
found on occasion that It required
twenty minutes or more to get Into
town. They claim they do not enjoy
JAPS FROM ORIENT CHECKEDTO LOCAL HOTEL
Chrlut of Latter Dav Saints relative to,
1)1 ii i n 1 miirrliiges were being discussed r.tltnm. tho Japanese who hilled a fel
freely within the Territory, and In low-countryman at Kahuku, I sent for
some Instances were being advocated I Kcaunul. Urown's appointee, at Hau
In romiuiinlrntlons In the public press, "la. at 6 o'clock in tho morning, hut
We further found that certain charges' he tllil not respond to tho call until
of violations of tho marriage laws had , 2 o'clock In the afternoon."
been mndo ngalnut prominent members i Mr Kokuoha expects to get tlio nom
Laborer, It Is said, are being recruit
cd In Japan by large corporations In
teretdrd In Retting them to llawnll (or
ic-shlpmerit to the mainland fur work
on the railroads. This Is lu lolatlon
of the Immigration law and the wbuls
business will soon find Hi wny lu tliu
proper authorities at the National Cap
ital. The fact that Japanese laborers havo
been solicited here to go to the Coast
to work Is, of lourse, well kuuiMi, uiul
It has for some time been siispcilcd
that the emigration agencies interested
In getting Japanese In Hawaii to leave
for the mainland havo been connected
with ugents In Japan who are recruit
ing labor there with the distinct under
standing that they were bound fur thv
mainland of tho United Slates. Now,
It two nnd two can be put together with
u reasonable ussuranco of producing
the gayety of decorating the corner of ' r' l" "luuii.ueu "" "" j;
i mi.o .,.i u-in .lr..i. hii , Ing of labor In Japan fur America Is
" ..-. ....... .-, . -.,., , ... .,1 ,
crowds, but not the cars, go by.
"Why should we buy property up 1.1-1
llha on the practical promise of a ten-!
minute service and then havo the
u fact. This Is In dliect opposition l
tho declared pqllcy of the Japanese
government and Is nlso n violation of
tho Immigration law on the part or tus
. . i Ainnrlnnn InaHtlif Innl wlilli lira no.
ttir ai iiinitlnnlntnfl ITinl wn ir anrMl'"v"v"" iHiintiv n mvm , m
of n"twenty.mlnute scrWce or hardly .f1"'1"8 lho '""""Ww f Jl"ne
. . .. .. a .; labor.
ny, some of the Honolulu Iron The sugar planter. I.cVe are neces.
v,i. nn,ni..,n. ..... ni. minnf'sarlly Interested In the matter to
lute at work the other day because the
Hhloznwa, editor, appears an adver
tisement or the Knnjlo Hotel, to tho
effect that for but $IU down, passage
can be secured to the Coast, whera
work on the Noitbern i'lirillc and Oreat
Northern railroads can be secured nt
good wages and steady employment Is
Japanese, then come hero from tha
Orient, with their baggngo checked t'l
the Knnjlo Hotel, which hotel ndver
tine the Ulympla's cheap rules to tin
Coast and the inducements ofTcred by
the railroads, It would seem, say those
lnestlgatlng the alleged violation of
the Immigration law, tbut tho interests
wanting labor cm the Coast nre oper
atlng direct from Japan. In view o:
the fuel that this way of doing thing'
Is declared to be contrary to the polio
of the Japanese government and Is sup-
rosed to be violating American law,
reference of the matter to Washington
may result In some form of adjustment
proceedings between the United States
The ad proclaims thul the Union l'a
cillc Is a "long railroad"; thnt It runs
from east lo west of tho United States;
that excellent employment for Jnpa
cse Is offered; that the climate Is
warm; that the water Is good; that It
does not chat go employes for transpor-
that tho highest wages lire
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 17. The President has sent a special mes
sage to Congress In which he urges the passage of the bill to regulate the life
ANOTHER OFFICER DEAD.
GUANTANAMO, Cuba, April 17. Another officer of the battleship Kean.
large la reported dead at a result of the accident while at target practice.
Ten sailors are In a serious condition.
STRIKE TROUBLE RESUMED.
LEN8, France, April 17. The strike troubles have been returned. An at
tempt to blow up the Montlgny church at Johnston caused the death of
thret persons and serious Injury of a dozen more.
SPAIN'S KING GOES COURTING.
COWES, Isle of Wight, April 17. King Alfonso has. arrived here on a
visit to his betrothed. He was met by Princess Ena and they proceeded to
the Osborne House.
DEWEY NEARINQ SUEZ.
PORT 8AID, April 17. The American floating drydock Dewey has been
signaled 150 miles from this port.
CANARY ISLAND VOLCANO START8.
car they usually take and that should
connect according to schedule, did not
connect. We consume more tlmo wult
Ing for the curs than ever. It's a shame,
a perfect shame."
of Hie church lesldlng within tho Ter
ritory. These charges were carefully
ImcMlgntod by the (Irand Jury. All
(Continued on I'ngo 2.)
Tuo tree Is known by Itn fruit and
the expres company by Its brnnches.
Inatlon for the Deputy Sheriffship
ngaln, Hn does not think that tho ac
tion which has heeu taken against him
will hurt him.
fi nnn Unnlttr '!
. .. ... t!i
i-arncii oiock in ine buy
from which to make selections.
"Old Reliable Furnttura House."
The dance nt the Moana last evening
was so popular tbut another will bo
given this evening nt the great seaside
hotel. Visiting people and town people
nre cordially Invllged.
Assistant Unted States District At
torney J. J. Dunne has filed n lengthy
brief for the United States as plnltnlff
in the beef trust ease.
Henry Waierhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,.
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
Supervisor Adams was called on the
stand us a witness for the defense In
Ihc I.aelae and Nicholas gambling case
this afternoon. He was questioned by
ludgu Oenr, the attorney for the de
fendants, lu reference to tho testimony
of one Maloe, u witness for the prose
cution, who said thut Adams hud sent
lit in to luok after the gambling at the
Adums said Maloo had como to him
and told him he was employed by the
Advertiser tu tint) out about the gamb
ling place near the gutcruincnt stuhles.
He knew all about It, and wus getting
no the Information for the Advertiser.
On utiothcr occasion Adams had asked
Maloe how the thing was coming out.
Ho said he had been to the place und
had seen people gambling there.
"Did you ofTer him uny reward?"
"No, I havo no money to spend for
that kind of a thing," answered Ad
"Did J on employ him?"
This ended Adams' examination.
To spend money on clothes
of unproven merit Is to squan
Reliable clothes quality Is not
made by glowing advertise
CONSISTS IN GETTING THE BEST CLOTHES AT RIGHT PRICES.
SUCH 0ARMENT8 AS
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN
MADE IN NEW YORK
very great extent and ihu Huwalluniaiion;
Sugar Planters' Association, It U raid.
known, has for some time past bun' The Sulnpo also runs uu ad telllni;
closely watching and Investigating tun of nil the good things to be expected ot
proposition. Now thcro Is likely to be the Southern Pacific railroad. The
something doing and, incidentally, tho Nlchcbel Tangolchel Corporation runs
B. ri. Olympla, ber ageuts, owncis, the ad. presumably. 11 has agencies In
backers und representatives of her several States.
backers will bo brought Into the affair And so It goes, big agencies cxtoll
quite prominently , the praises of the railroads und the
Jupaneio havo been landing hero lallroads want Japanese labor and are
from tbo Orient In comlderulilo num- trying to get It through Hawaii and
hers with their baggage bearing tags it Is believed, are responsible for re
printed In Honolulu, bearing the nnmo irultlng labor In Japan to go to main-
and address of the Kunllo Hotel, llono-.iunii America, via Honolulu.
lulu, K. Iluga, proprietor. Haga rep
resents the Oriental Trading Company,
whose local legal representative Is
Judge ueorge I), Gear
Jupaneso have tome direct from Ja
pan, therefore, with their buggnge
The Floral Parade edition of tbo Pur-
nilluu i-tf I Im IfwlHi Is (silt tmlm nml It
checked to the KunJIo hotel, the agen.H all ,. wu ro,lsed. Photographs
cy ror onu of the emigration agencies. , le .atful cars Individually
I-ach tag luken fiom tho arriving umi l()eively nre given and tliu ex
Japanese laborers bears upon Us baric U-vllent press work brings them out to
the name of the recriilllng ugency In lll0 ,,,., advantage, this makes u mag
Jupan. Those who havo been watchlm? nlllcent souvenir number for homo
The third nnmiiil Hibernian hall giv
en at I'rugicbH hall last evening was n
siileudld success. There was a large
attendance nnd dancing, to tho music
of Cllls quintet was enjoyed until midnight.
Some Day Death
Will Greet You
You are perhaps overlooking the fact
that you won't walk this earth for
ever. Has It ever struck .ou what
a terrible tangle your affairs might
be left In, were you to answer tne
final summons today7 Your duty
to those you love Is to be pre.
pared to have your house set
in order. It will be wise to
make your Will at once. If
you are In doubt as to the
formalities to be observed
In drawing up such an Im
portant document, wo
will advise you and will
serve you In any oth
er way that we may
be able to.
the business believe that they now
havo the "dead wood" on the people
who ure supplying railroads on tliu
mainland with Japanese laborers.
Agencies for securing Japanese to
work In America ure taking on th
chaiacter of tliu octopus. All locul
Japanese papers urn full of glaring ad
vertisements seeking lo attract Japan
ese to America nnd back of the Jap
anese who aro doing the business uro
wealthy and powerful corporations, lu
other words. It is said, American cor
porations ure dlrecliy assisting the Im
migration lo America of Japanese lab
orers, nnd Ibis Is what will he brought
to the Immediate attention of Wash
In Hie Hawaii Shlnpo of this city
consumption or to be sent awuy.
ELLEFORDS NOT COMING
The i:ilefnrds will not play at the
Orphcuin this seuson, other engage
ments nut permitting. Pollard's Mil-
jpiitlnns ure expected for a six weeks'
engagement, in .May.
N, M. Ilauaon, the sailor from tb
hark S, C. Allen, arrested for assault
ing the mule of that vessel, wus found
guilty In the Police Court this morn
ing and wus fined 110.
Evening Bulletin 75d per month.
MADRID, Spain, April
threatening an eruption.
17. The volcano at Palma, Canary Islands, li
REORGANIZED CHURCH HAS NAMED NEW LEADER.
KANSAS CITY. Mo, April 17, Joseph Smith, head of the Reorganized
Church of Latter-Day Saints, has announced a revelation that his son Fred
erick will succeed him In the Presidency of the Church In the event of his
death. The convention has approved the revelation.
This dispatch refers to the Reorganized Church of l.ntter-Day Saints,
and not to tho Mormon Church of Utah. The Reorganized Church Is tho
mill-polygamous branch and has no connection with tho Utah church, whoso
leader Is Joseph II. Smith, nolwltlistuniiing joscpn smiin aim jcisepu n.
Siallh nre cousins. The licorgamzcu ur.urcn is noiiiing a conicrence ni
Independence, Mo., a few miles from Knnvus City. Frederick Smith, who
Is named as tho successor to the leadership of this church, recently went on
a mission to Ulan, wncro uu issueu an open leuer in an .Mormons, caning
on them to renounce polygamy and not follow the teachings of false lead
ers. Joseph Smith Is now about 70 years old and has been tho head of
the Church since 1SG0,
"It uppenred to me he was a man or
small Intellectual development, he had
iiiidergoue hardships and wus addlrled
to ulcohol. A mnn could hardly bo
culled snno while he was under the In
fluence of liquor Still I should not say
thul he wus Insane, but rather call lit in
n low class well, say, human being."
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS OF
L. B. KERR'S
Big Bargain Sale
H ! -TWTTg'Ll .. JLIIJil U
This is an opportunity for men to get m
CLOTHING, HATS, UNDER-
WEAR and NECKWEAR at
real Bargain Prices h
Dont Miss It
The prosecution in the Johnson mur
der caso this afternoon began tho ex
amination of Its Insanity experts (in
the h)pothelirnl question. Dr Moore
was the first witness rulled Deputy
Attorney (lenernl l'ronser wulved the
reading of the question ns Dr. Moore
had already read It himself.
"After huvlng reud lho question, do
)ou consider the subject of that ques
tion to have been sane or Insane on
January 3?" asked I'russer.
"On reading the question 1 did not
find It necessary to change the opinion
1 had formed on observing liim," uu
I'liiHser told Hie witness lo refer only
to the hypothetical subject.
"1 should not regard hliu as insane.
1 should regard him as sane."
Do you mushier thut tho farts of
the question point to uny known phase
The following weddings occurred last
evening: Miss Irmgard Macf.ulane to
Major (H-o. C. I'uttcr, nl the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Mucfurlune,
Miss Marie Naluul Jones lo Mr. Ralph
Albert l.)on, at St. Clement's church,
und Miss I'.llzabelh W Jossclyu to Mr.
Alfred Moore ut St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Icelanders have n slrnuge but effec
tive plan for preventing horses from
straying away They tie the head of
one horse to the tall of another, and
the head of this lu the tall of tho for
mer lu this slate It Is Impossible for
the horses to move on, either back
ward or forward If disposed to move
at nil, It will be only In a circle, and
even then there must be mutual agree
ment to turn their heads the same way
Most women want to go to church
on Easter morning. You have a nice
gown and a pretty hat, but have you
thought about your shoes? Our Easter
offering this year is the largest and
best selected stock that we have ever
presented to our customers. Every
thing Is absolutely new and of the very
latest style. The stock has been open
ed and we are now ready for builneis.
The above cut represents a handsome
BRYN MAWR tie, suitable for any
swell dress occasion. We have all
sizes and all widths.
The CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN, MADE !N NEW YORK,
are equal to the to order-tailored garments In everything but the price.
We have proven this to more than a thousand men let us prove It to
The Kash Co,, Ltd.
TEL. MAIN 25. COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
I L. B. KERR & Co, Ltd.
Manufacturers Shoe Go., Ltd,
'PHONE MAIN 282
1051 FORT 8TREET HONOLULU
Fort Street, llonnlnln