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To gain customers a merchant must call upon the paperwhich goes into the family
j. The crcat art in trade is to ga Jj
5 thcr customers. It is nn old story jj
s now with prosperous merchants j
4 that it is newspaper advertising ?
j$ which stimulates patronage; but j
8 old as it is, there are other mer
!- chants who have not learned, and fj
6 go on struggling in n blindly fu- j
tile way to get trade by every jj
means but the right one. To
8 spend moncv in advertising in the (
5 EVENING BULLETIN is to plant J
S seed for the harvest. t.
Srom San Francisco:
Nippon Mum liar. 20
Alameda Apl. 0
For San Francisco :
AlumiMla . .Mnr. 20
Hongkong Slum ....Mar. 2ft !
Mtowcra .Mar. 9 fi
IKE BULIETIN IS t HOMEHiOIHO, HOME-STAVING NKI
Vot. IXNo. 3643
lO PAGES- HONOLULU. rKRRITOttl Of HAWAII. MONDAY. MARCH 18. 1907-IP PAGES
Pition 5 Ok:;ts
Ruef Gets Delay
For Appeal Higher
8AN FRANCISCO. CM.. March ie. The trial of Boss Abraham Ruef
has been continued until March 26. pending ttio action of lliu United Slates
Supreme Court on the writ of error Ittued by Judge Hebb.ird. This aceonv
plls!;t the delay for which Ruef't attorneys have been fighting.
- m '
Thaw Case Closing
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 18.
Thaw cate. The defense has begun
(AtMclatcd I'm Jtyrcf.il nMJ
MANAQUA, Nicaragua, March 12.
The Nlcaraguan naval forces have
captured the Trujlllo. The Hondurans
left some arms and ammunition.
REVOLUTION IN VENEZUELA'
CUCUITA, Colombia, March 18.
A revolution Is reported In the State
of Tachlra, Venezuela.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 16.
DEETS: 88 analysis, Os. Parity, 3.88
cents. Previous quotation, 8s. 11 1-4d.
-Mr. Dick Kekona, icstdlug at 2S
School Ktitot, Honolulu, lias In his pos
Kesslou and for Bale, n collection of
1GGC coins, dated horn 1ZH0 u.n to IRC."..
You are cordlully Invited to Inspect
them whether ou buy or not.
lurrcel 'tlolien torjletr
The prosecution hat 'rested
(A)nciottt! J'riMS Special Cabl)
LONDON, Eng., March 18. The
steamer Suevlc, which went ashore
yesterday on the Lizard, Is a total
The steamer Jebba, which stranded
near by, Is also a total loss.
Italy's stiito lotteiy took in $17,000.-
000 In a cnr mid gavo back In prizes
f!),000,UOO. Much (if the money canio
from the poorest people.
mtnm mm w ""f
there are ncople practically
penniless who once poiiened
large estate. V' thtu people
had placed the care of their
estates in reliable hands, such
as ours, today they would
have good yearly incomes.
For Rh Honoluln
you pay for your Spring
Suit that is of so much im
portance to you. The main
trouble is getting one that
pleases you, one that you
know is absolutely right as
to style and fit. These trou
bles disappear the moment
you put on one of our suits.
You don't have to have
someone tell you it is be
coming and that it fits you
perfeotly yon Know it. No
matter what price a man
pays for a suit he is per
fectly satisfied if he gets his
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
And Honolulu Talk Of Closer
As They Meet At Banquet Board
BUSINESS MEN FEAST. AND
TALK OYER PLANS FOB
CITIES' MUTUAL BENEFIT
IoiiB tables coveted with tho local
delkailcs and many (hull's lilted with
men lit business stilts mostly wearing
tho golden bailees which distinguish
our Loh Angeles liltoi, were to lie
seen nt the Yourg Hotel thin ultcmooii
nt the Huslnexs Men's lunch tendered
to the Los Angeles excursionists by
the Honolulu business men. Promptly
ut 1:30 tho line was started for thu
Young dining room and the nimilicr
present was so larKe that It took boiuc
little time fur all to be scited.
Then the fun commenced. Hero n
llonolnlit manias kcutcd between two
visitors and liumcdlntcly cards were
exchanged and thu chatter of many
voices filled the room, "l'lnetippleu."
"Oranges." "Sisal." ".lnrolotiB
(Iron Hi." "San l'edro Line." "Cheup-
Cht .Market on thu Coast." -''Salt Luko
Itullroad.' "Mighty glad 1 cue." Them
weiu a few of tho words which wcrei
echoed and re-echoed us thu visitors -t-
nnil thplr f.iuufn fnll.'itfl fii'nr tlin inl-l
vantages or tneir Homes.
iiu (.iivnin ntiu rvuii-ti tiv inu iuiihi
tables, wiiicn curved in aim out, tailing
every uvuiiuuiu on 01 space in mu
Young Hotel dining room. Honolulu
was repieeentcd by a number of busi
ness men who wore able to spare un
hour In tho busiest part of the day to
entertain lliclr guests.
After tho dinner was over specchci
were tho order of the day and the vis
itors piulsed Honolulu till the local
men hud hurd work to keeji back
blushes pt pleasure. In lesponso to tho
many jileasunt things whlcfi weiu said
tho Idea wni oxpreseed from Honolulu
lips that this wns only the beginning
of closer lelutlons between two cities
that had so much In lunimon that thoy
must anil would Etuw closer together.
Among those who made remarks were
New Mark For Trip From
Sound Is Set By
Tho American Hawaiian's big
, --... rr.AU.. ..n.A l...n iu.t llit.
ng f ,.;,;:; . .1
trip which brolto tho record for freight
steamers between hero and Seattle.
She came down in seven dujs and ti
hours, loachtng here at least 24 hotits
before she was expected by her ugcnU.
Since her last trip to this port bIio bus
been converted troni a coal to an oil
Tho Texan brouslit S00 tons of
Now York cargo for this city and 3300
tons of general merchandise from
Puget Sound and San Francisco. She
has also 1030 tons on board for Hilo
and Kahulul, Capt. Lyons rcporU
rough westhcr und high seas with the
wind from the uoithwest for tho last
three days before reaching this port,
The high wind struck the Texan first
In 42 degrees north ana continued till
he reached Honolulu.
The Texan is the fastest of the
Amerlcun-llawallau licet on Ions trips
and holds tho records between New
York and San Francisco in both dlrec
tlons. Her record going to the Atlantic
coast is CO days and 13 hours, while
coming in this direction sho made tho
13,500 miles in 42 days and 12 hours,
Another recoid Is fiom Puget Sound
to New York, a 14,000 mllo crulso with
out a stop in Dl days. Sho averaged
12 7-10 knots on tier present trip from
DON'T FORGET YOUK FRIENDS
Leare an order for a box of choice
Pineapples or a bunch of selected
Statf to U p. m. Heoejillon for t
the ladles of the party ut Ainu t
f Evening Acquatlr sports at
Hotel llaths, dame at Young
TUHSOAY. MAUCI! 19.
10 n. m. Visit to the Hlshop
f Museum. Klrst cur leaving Pro-
motion Committee, rooms ut !: IS
prompt. The greatest collection
uf Huwallun und South Seas mr-
i,.u i., ii. tt,.ri.i
Afternoon Public reictilloii nt
WKDNESDAY. SIAltCH 20.
Morning and Afternoon Open.
'. ti..ilifv tltiiira nt III.. MnllllH 4-
........ B " , , , , 1
-f Hotel. Special Slush!.
Frank WlgglW. It. II. Herron. Judgfl
Haines, U. II. Ttwnl and Dr Colo.
The follow lu were stated ut the
tables: 12. D. Ilaldwln. 1). I). Johnston,!
F. 8. Crnnc, John I.jnch, T. V. Itotilo, V. Teetzcl, J. V. llowcn, K. V. liana
W. W. Watts, R. 12. Dollcy, W. P. t'lsh-! wait, C. 11. Koole, U A. Thurston, (1.
burn, Capt. Soule, J. II. SIcKlnnle. St. Stclklejohn. V. 12. Ridge, 0. Os
Robt. Catton. J. A. StcCandless, Vlilor.wnld Lulled, W. C. Slerurlund, A.
Ponct. J. F. Holbrook, C. SI. Wright,
W. St. LingUm. 11. II. WIIIIuiiib, II.
Wlnemnn, F. 11. Dovlne, Itobt. Fulton,
Henry KeaUng. J. W. llurke, J. T. Au
di cws, (1. W. Van Sj elite. A. W. Swan
feldt, 12. SI. Cheiithum, J. W. Aklns.
II. A. Jordan, S .J. Hejler. W. (1.
Hutchinson, A llernhelm, O. Dolflngcr,
It. II. llallurd, O. It. Pike, James
. a. ..,re
mcntu for lotirirmatlou was taken up
I... il... n....l.. Ihla ft 11 fti 1 trill litis fl tl
by the Senate this afternoon. Tho np
polntmcnts of 1.. U. Kellogg and 1). P.
H. Iccubcrg as Commissioners or Ag
riculture, und of Jus. II. Judd us a
member ot the Hoard of Medical Uxtini
Incrs were confirmed, but when it
canto to tho names of O. L. Borcnxon.
J. II. Howlund and (luy 11. Ocro as
commissioners of streets nnil Bldo
walk lines and grudes there wuj
Lane wanted consideration ot theso
names defoircd becauso of Howland.
Ho thought the Scnatu should go slow,
and not confirm Howland's appoint
ment before thu Nutiunii dam Investi
gation hail been .finished.
Chllllngwortli, the chairman ot tho
dum committee, did not tee any leaton
...!.. il... ..i.i.nlllllTlonl ullltlllll lllt ItA
made of" llowllmi: as hU IbmUo..1
could be asked for should unj thins bo
found 'against him. As It wns noth
ing ot this kind bud )ot been round
by tho Comnilttei, nnd It was quite
possible, that no remit of tho investiga
tion would bo reached while tho Sen
,o was in ZuJTZfZ'
MV!?1 8 " , . "',..'."' ,l
lliieo names mentioned wus deferred.
Julletu Kealoha Molina Aonn, died
lit Leuhl Homo utter a lingering Ill
ness, age 20 eari. Funeral fiom II.
II. Williams undertaking parlors Wed
nebday ut 2:30. She was a sister of
Sirs. Niiul Alapal, and wns related to
other well known Hnwnllaus.
Antouo Foster, under Indictment of
cuinnl Intorcoiirso with n gill under
fourteen, has filed a demuirer.
Irwlng, 8. Wiggins, I.lojd Chllds.
Plum. 1.. l'lene. W. It. Karrliigton, !'.
It. Sanborn, J. I Oaiuly, D. H.
Thoinas, A. S. Holbrook, (1. O. John
con. J. 1. Cooke, Mllo llaker, O. I..
Cole. Frank WIkrIiih, 0. W. Smith. It.
II. llcrron, Cnpt. (1. V. Hrown, Judge
A. Haines. V. J. Utwrey. Wllllumlles.
Dr. J. K. Cowles, W. Hopper, S. Hill,
J. Chundler, C. 8. Crookshunk, J. V.
'iVncock. U Kimble. Fred U Alles, Will
S. rawectt. V. J. Hampton, In I.und-
reth. I,. SI. Baldwin, J. D. Clark, V. N,
Ambrose, I'hllllp Korne, A. W. Gib
son, C. Whist, II. I Tyler, Percy II.
Ilooth. II. I'. .McKesson, (I. A. Cor
lei) on, John O. Webb, J. V. Kvcrsol,
Theo. V. Unslng. II. Kimble. 1'. A.
iierroii, n. u. i.vcreiu. i,. unnuci.
John. A. i-uimer. w. n. jumewn. n
(1. Chllson. V. I) Owen, Zemi K. Mey
.", U-o A. SlcConnell, Albert Hill,
. ' 1..I..1 Ut. ...lfulilt 11 t Tfn(nn 1?
Annour, A. Hocking, T. J. King.
.'. Kewmark. W. W. Hall. 15. P. I!os
hysbcll, J. C. Floyd. U Pelantonl, C.
(I. llartlett. II. P. Wood. I H.'Can
penter, Percy II. Chirk, 12. II. Paris, J.
O. Carter, Jr., It. II. Trent. 12. (I.
Henry, SI. Phillips. C. Hpeclit, U. u
sicComlier, nr. it. w Mill, u. fti.
Cooke, It. IJ. List, A. u. .McDonnell,
(Ico. n. siurdock, 0. W. Randall, W.
(larvle. 0. C. Carle
I Thu menu was aJ followi:
Celery Salted Almomls OIUcs
llakcd Sliillctt In Tl UarcR
Cuciiniber Jtillleiio Potatocn
Ilrolled Spring Chicken
(Continue! en "nco 3)
I itSM dHo
Impending Row Between
' Garter and Senate
21st Day Forenoon Session.
Tho Department ot Public Instrttc
Hon Invited thu Senators to visit uli
Us institutions, especially the High.
Normal and C-lrls' Industrial Schools.
A letter was received from tho tlov
crnor submitting tho following now
apnolntmeiits. for confirmation:
D. P. II. Isenbcrg as Commissioner
of Agriculture und Forestry for tho
unexpired term niadu vacant by the
resignation ot U A. Thurston.
James It. Judd, SI. I)., .Medical Ex
aminer. Olaf L. Sorenson, J. II. Howland nnd
Guy II. Gere, Commlssloueis ot Street
and Sidewalk Lines and Grades, Hono
TUOUIILB SMOOTHED OVI2H.
Tho nomination of Isenbcrg will
imiko an end to a delicate situation lu
whlih the Senate uud tho Governor
I were lined against each other. The
'n.a against each other
Senate wanted to have Isonberg ap
pointed on the Board of Agriculture,
and had decided to refuse to confirm
tho appointment of U G. Kellogg, to
glvo tho place to Iseuberg. Now that
Isenbcrg has been nominated In Thurs-
I ulnnA lliafA 1ST I II 111 tW t flti
bo .oiifl. nation ot Kel.ogg.
Knlnnm moved to defer consideration
until 2 p. m. Carried.
Houso Concurrent ltesolutlon 7, pro,
(Continued on Pige 2.)
! LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co.,
Santa Maria Stranded
This Morning In
SHOULD COME ofr ON
AFTERNOON HIGH TIDE
8HIP DRAWS FOUR FEET LES6
THAN DEPTH TO WHICH THE
DOCK 18 SUPPOSED TO
BE DREGED OUT
Tho Santa. .Maria, tho big oil tank
steamer of tho Union Oil Co., nrrhed
this morning ami Is at present lying
between railroad wlianes No. 1 oud
No. 2 with her noro stuck In a b.ink
of mud. She Is n bout of 2G feet draft
und thu slip Is supposed to bo dredged
out to u depth of 2i to 30 fiet. A mud
bank has evidently formed, which Is
holding thu big oil tank Mil Id as n
house. With the high ttdu Ibis after
noon there should bo no trouble 'n
pulling her ort thu present position,
where, of course, there Is no danger
Tho Santa Slurl i wns formerly a
big freight boat anil was In trndo oi
tho Or cat Lakes. Sho was then
known us thotall mtonka. Sho was
bought by thu union Oil Co. with her
tlster ship, thu Slincwaska, now tho
Santa Rita, and converted into an oil
tank for use between tho Bout hern
California oil fluids and tho western
end or the Union Oil Co.'s plpo lino
ucrnss thu Isthmus of Panama. Sho
will probuhl) bo seen hut llttlo In
this port, as with thu Santa llltn and
the Argyll she will lin , about all sho
can do In the Panama run.
Tho Santa Maria Is a peculiar ship
to look nt Shu is nearly 600 feet
long an I i v narrow, built entirely
of Iron a i with two funnels. Sho
bus u gioss tuunngo of 5,100 and can
carry S4.000 barrels of fuel oil. Her
present cargo Is 50,800 barrels, us sho
Is foiced to carry n largo amount of
wntcr on tho trip to Honolulu. Sho
lies ty low In tho water and Is an
tiiiustial typo of essol. ,
Tho commander of tho Santu'lnrla,
Captain Lane, is well known In this
city, as ho mmlo n number ot trips to
Honolulu In tho Valencia when sho
was In tho transport sonlco during
tho war. Ho left tho sea and went to
Now Jersey lifter this, where ho start
til u pigeon ranch, but wus called back
to duty to tnko his present ship, which
he brought around the Horn.
VI8ITINQ KNIGHT8 INVITED
Thoio will bo un Informal smoker
nt Knights of Pjthlas Hall this een
ing. for tho Isltors from I.ns Angeles,
following the Hank work. Visiting
Knights nro cordially Invited. Hull,
corner llerctanla and Fort streets, op
posite lire stntoln.
Somo men Imagine they weio lsim
great and later on achieved a fresh
crop of greatness.
105J Fort Street
sS ' IiiiiiBlk ssiW
HIGH SHERIFF IS NOT
RESPONSIBLE, SAYS JUDGE
HENRY DENIES TRUTH Of" IAU-
KEA'S 8TATEMENT AS TO
It r tho duty of tho County Sheriff
to nko chnrgo of all prisoners nrrcst
wl until they nro elllu r convicted or
loimd not guilty and ordered rclensuJ.
Tho Attorney General's department Is
not responsible for them until they
are cotnlcted nnd formally committed
to thu enru ot tho High Sheriff.
Tho nboo statement was mado by
Jtidgo ltoblnson in court this morning:
In reference to tho Incident ot last
Saturday, when Sheriff laukea turned
ten inlsoucrs looso lu tho court-room
without nny guard cucr them to pio
ent their usenpo.
Thu Jiiilgo said that something so
rloui might huo happened as a result
ot th6 Sheriff's action. If thu prison
eis had made un nttompt to oscapa,
(hero was no officer present to pre
ent It, nnd there might hno been Se
Sty bailiff," said thu Judgo later
speaking of tho mutter, "Is not nn ot
fleer and has mi special pollcu au
thorlty. Ho Is only a court officer nnd
Il Is not his duty to look niter prison
ers. That Is thu duty of tho County
Sheriff, and thoy nro In his chnrgo un
til they hnvo bee? convicted.
"As to Sir. iHiikeu's statement mat
Ilalllff Qtilnn leloplioned lu n dlctato
ilnl way for n pollco ofllcor, I do not
l.elloo that ho did so. I do not bo
lluvo ho would'do nti thing of tho kind,
nnd, from all accounts thnt I hao
heard, I am pretty sure ho did not."
Tho mutter was brought up In
court this morning by Attornoy Gen
eral Potors, who explnlncd that no
discourtesy was Inteuded toward tho
Couit by his department's wanting tho
County Sheriff to tnku chnrgo of tho
prisoners. Thu Judgo replied as nboo
fclatcd, and added thnt tho County Act.
cry elenrly makes It tho duty of tho
County Sheriff to look after prisoners
until nftcr conviction.
Doth tho Attorney General and High
Sheriff Henry flatly contradict lull
kea'B statement mado In tho Adver
tiser that In turning tho prisoners
looso In tho court room nnd wlthdinw.
Ing tho officer who brought them thor"
ho wns only cnrrjlns out on undo
Handing which ho had with tho Hlg'i
Sheriff. No such understanding or t
rangement existed, they say. Shcrllf
lauken did go to tho High Sheriff with
such a proposition, but ho did not
consent to it, nor did Attorney Ger.
"I hao nothing whatever to do with
(Continued on Pae S)
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A FINE SHOE
OXFORD, $150 BALMORAL, $5.00
One of Thompson's recent creations,
PATENT COLT BLUOHER,
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
'Phone Main 282