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Yesterday's Bulletin Contest Count will settle for any doubter "Does Advertising Pay ttjfj
isocloVie Vote Fori
from San Francisco:
Hongkong Mnru Apr. 17
Korea .-...Apr. 30
For San Francisco: N
America Mam Apr. 13
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PACIFIC STATES TOUR. fj
SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1907.
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May 4, 1907. ff
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Voi. IX No. 3666
12 PAGES-HONOLULU. TKUKITORT OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1907-13 PAGES
Price 6 Oknth
Aloha Temple Patrol That Will Uphold
Honolulu's ' Honor At Los Angeles
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Hilo certainly took Honolulu
storm Friday eveninc.
The hcnlthy lead of the young la-l fH, , iMnumnTii SH IWs
die of the Bie Island was an eve- iniLLIHUWUKIU 3niYT3
opener to the young ladies of Hono- up J), L, WUHINQTON
;uiu, dui li aocs noi dampen mcir nr-
dor for being numbered among the
Hawaiian' Islands in the PaclflorThe Bill to Provide Insane Asylum
House Reconsiders The
Salaries of Some
States tour. If this were an Irish
town it would be appropriate to say
that after reading the figures the
friends of the Honolulu young wom
en spat on their hands and prepared
for war. In Honolulu they don't do
that way. They simply continue
Medical Commission Laid on
the Table With a
i "J (Photo by It. V. Perkins)
Heading from left to right the members of the Arab Patrol of Aloha Temple follow: Tim Lyons, T. H. Petric, Harry Murray, Charlie Mur
ray, H. T. Moore, Alio lyle, Col. San Johnscn, K. R. 0. Wallace, Joe McKinnon, Tom Wall, J.'Lando, Stanley Stephenson, George Angus, Geo.
Mai tin, Emil Waterman, W. A. Wclbourne, Jack Bclscr, Clarence Crabbc, Billy Heilbron, Lem Abies, J. S. (Kimo) McCandlcss, Pete Lishcian,
John Craig, Charlie Hall.
These nic the men booked for the great Shriner event at los Angeles. . In giving their names they have been tagged as they are gener
ally known about town. They are a gocd lot of fellows and representative business men. There arc politicians, capitalists, sugar barons, Mas
tew, Fast Masters, Wardens and Thirty-Scconds and Thirty-Thirds in this aggregation, which, with all its otlur qualifications, can also drill.
The present expectation is tint the partv will leave Honolulu on the Siberia, which is scheduled to sail on the 23d. Arriving at E03 An
geles by easy stages, they will find lots of friends awaiting them and make a lot more for the Islands. It is. hoped they will bring away some Shri
ncr prizes. They have walked miles in order to do it. One important factor of the trip is not in this picture Joshua Daniel Tucker 33d, Tyler
of the Temple, but he will be on hand when the steamer sails. He isgoing. The party would not be safe without him. Speaking of indi-,
viduals, the expression Icm Abies hid on his face when the photographer snapped him is no indication of how he generally feds. His disposi
tion is naturally pleasant, like that of Jim McCandless, who is said to have put up $1,000. toward the travelling fund, which he is able to do and
(till look pleasant.
The itinerary as nt present planned is to leave San Francisco on, May 3d with Islam Temple, stopping Friday night, ut Vta Barbara
for a "Jinks" not drinks arriving nt Los Angeles Friday aftcrnoonT From that time on all is blank. It is in the hands of Los Angelas. The drill
will take place May 8 at Ascot Park.
45lh Day Forenoon Session.
The Somite had n hardworking ses-
eood friends nnd hustle for votes it ,i u,i, f.irrmmn. all tlio committees
accomplishes the same result and Bire.B ii In great stjlo with report
doesn't hurt the fcelincs of anyone. .. . u Tim iinnitii
Most gratifying comment has been committor reported In favor of the
made throughout the town on the resolution ullowlwf Wnllncli to prac
personncl of the young ladies whose tlco nt the Bettlement. The. report
r.:..i, ... ...;.t: n, i v.. nn ihIihiIimI ulthmit u murmur. 1I10
an,. Hi "T.i.f.W Sir." Th town Hcenro lilll p.i6e.l thlr.l rcnillliB nu.l
approves the general scheme in the
first place and it approves the young
FOXESTER ROSMEK GETS
RAISED BACK TO 250
Report Favoring 3000. Artesian
Well for Homesteaders at Hau-
ula, this Island, is
ladies. It is satisfactory all round
The Kinau, arriving this morning,
the hill to provide n mcdknl Iimuno
AB)lum hoard .ih hilled.
Dousctt mnile a motion to kill tho
Iloiiso lllll'Vhlch proUdo for 115,001'
for 11 storm eiiihnnkmcnt nt mmea.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 13.
Frank H. Thomas, Grand Captain
General of the Knights Templar, is
Itoine, llnlj, April li.- It la io
purled thnt KIiik Victor Kmnuuuicl
mid JCfns IMwnrd met nt Malta.
(Aayoctatnl Prcst Sprclat CatUt
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 13.
District Attorney Jerome will enter a
most strenuous protest against ad
mitting Thaw to bail, a movement
having been started by the young
man's attorneys to get him out of The
OF WORLD'S STRIFE
Now York, N. Y., April 12. In a
Hpcech inudc, hoio hint night, W. T.
Blend of London dcclaicd It tn ho
tho unanimous opinion of rulers and
tt.itcsmen of tho principal nations
that tho greatest moniico to tho peuco
of tho world Is embodied In unecru-
IpuloiiH nnd. Incsponslhlo iiovnpapers.
Home Trip Invincible
brought in another lot of votes from.Kntml. 011 Iho jfronnUs that this item J
Maui and Hawaii. It is to be expect
ed, however, that Ute surprise in the
way of a larce vote will come from
Honolulu When the next count is Hovrrnor would veto it. Ilownanfrald
made, for be it known that Honolulu that tho appropriation hill Items might
people do not intend to be behind the 00 pocket vctoui,
game, though Kilo does set the pace
was Included III tho impropriation bill,
It was then explained that Sheldon
imd placed tho appropriation In a sep
arato hill, bcrnnso ho knew that thu
bo ho wanted his
iwmt OoUM for.'ltn
MADE IN NEWaORK
Alfred RMilimtii T tn tSMU
THE KASH CO.,
The Value Of
In no line of business is the buyer's
confidence of more importance than
in the selling of clothing.
The dealer who attempts to con
vince the buyer that his goods arc the
best, and that his place is the place
where the best could be obtained,
must sec that the facts conform to
his statements, and that his goods are
in every way up to the standard. He
had better never try to sell to a man
than to mislead him or to exaggerate;
for the customer will quickly discov
er such practice of misrepresenting
There is never danger of a protest
and always a certainty of full value
icccived when a coat or suit is rec
ognized as .
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
B 1 J TEL. MAIN 25.
LIU I J COR, FORT and HOTEL.
Scietary Wood of tho Promotion
Committee Iiub icccived tho following
letter from h'rank. Wiggins, tho Mos
es of tho Los Angeles Chamber of
I.os Angeles, Oil., Apr. 3, 1907.
Mr. II. P. Wood, Secretary Hiiwiilliin
Promotion Committee. Honolulu.
Do.ir Mr. Wood: l'rom tho impels
mailed you, ou will note that wo nr-
ilvcd safely at S.iu Pedro Sunday aft
ernoon, anil succeeded in getting our
people all off by 9 o'clock In tho even
ing. Our trip homo was If anything
more satisfactory than tho trip over.
Tho wenthor was a Httlo rough for
tho first two days; after that tho sen
was a mill pond, liver) liody seemed
happy nml well satisfied with tho cn
tcrtnlnmcnt wlillo on tho Inlands, llv-
oiybody hero Is enthusiastic over tho
undertaking, mid considers It a
bright spot In tho history of I.os An
I.eloH. What will bo tho future, out.
coino Is only conjecture A grout
many talk steamship line, hut no ono
jet has been planned to start tho
ball lolling In practical ways. Mr,
llcrron Is talking among tho business
men, nnd no doulit will havn homo
ilefinlto nn alignment matin In tho
next fow days, 11 report of which will
bo nuido to you. Tho con fused con
dition of transportation matters hem
causa nilltoud people to treat thu
subject of alllllatlng with n steam
ship lino ory cautiously, ns at prii
out ovcry road entering I.os Angeloi
h moro or less tied up by washouts
and fi eight coiiwjtlon. When they nro
at tuolr normal condition I think wn
can enlist tho aid of oun or two reads.
I, personally, have been knocked out,
lis tho saving Is. I succeeded In get
ting ory llttlo rest on tho return nip,
In consequence of niv sffirtr to ktp
iho people entoi tallied and rntlsfled, I
trust thnt I shall bo nblo to work up
NEWCASTLE, Enc., April 13.
The British cruiser Invincible was
THAW RETURNS TO JAIL '
New York, , Y , April 12. Har
ry Thaw has been remanded to the
Owing tn tho distinct success of tho
nance given at tho Honolulu Seaside
Hotel laK evening, In honor or tlio of
ficers nml ladles on board the transport
blicnmiu, iiImi to the many requests for
uuothtr such affair, tho management
of tho Seaside hotel announces that
another dance will bo held at this pop
ular hotel this evening. In honor n(
tho olllccrs u id n board tho
Sherman.. Tho famous L.IIU 1. o Club
will render Its best music 011 this oc
casion. Tim usual cordial Invitation
lb extended to tho visiting, as1 well as
local Army nml Nuvy folk, tho officers
and ladles at Camp McKlnlcy, anil tho
patrons of this popular hotel.
-HHIi I),iy Forenoon Session
Tim House this morning held a
busy but featureless session. A largo
amount of business was transacted,
but tiollilng came up to ricate much
discussion, nnd most of the mensuroa
passed upon went through without
Heretofore the llouso has adjourn
ed at noon on Saturday until Monday
morning, but ns tho end ut tho sen
don approaches and tho amount of
work Jet to bo cjnnu becomes evident,
the Speaker holds tho noso of tho
Homo moro closely to tho grindstone.
Thcro was no adjournment this noou,
the House only taking a recess until
2 o'clock this afternoon.
Tkn I'lnnncc Commlttco leportcd
011 Iluum Hill 179, nn art regulating
tlm nvnnnilliiirna nt filllttl,- IMnnPVI.
1,111 to bo sent to Uo Oovernor before lccuuimcn,nR amendment ns fel
tho time for pocket vetoci began, as ,,,,,,,,.,.:..
bo believed that In tills enko tne veto - .....,-.--..
would be overridden. This pretty plan ey for tho construction or repair o.;
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 12,
BEETS: 83 analysis, 9s. 3 3-4d. Par
ity, 3.05 cents. Previous quotation,
H T 4' i t
my usual enthusiasm In u few najs.
1 want to thank Jim and jour oigau-f-ntion
most heartily Tor Lie entcrtn.'i
ment given our part) luring the etay
In Honolulu. 1 personal!) vvlih to ex
picss my appreciation of jour i-Horts.
to imiko us nil happy pud contented.
You did miiio than jour nliaie. I am
confident, nnd If It had not been for
jim things would not hivo been as
pleasant ns they weie.
Again thuukllig jou, 1 rininln,
CHOICE ONES t Mainland points,
at low rates. Leave your orders at
we are sometimes plung
ed by n serious accident.
Deep and black are the
shadows, and many, of us
never emerge from them.
Others, who do manage
to get out in the open air
again are haunted by
these shadows black
ghosts, as it were, of
debts contracted during
the period of illness or
incapability for work. Be
"shndowproof" with a
policy in the Standard
Life and Accident Insur
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 13.
General Humphrey has been reap
1 ointcd Quartermaster General. Gen'
eral Wade retires under the age limit
and General Grant succeeds him in
command of the Atlantio division.
Brigadier W. S. McCasky becomes Ma
jor and Col. Charles Morton is pro
moted to the rank of Brigadier Gen
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 13.
A peace conference for the settlement
of terms between Nicaragua and Hon
duias will be held at Annapolis.
plcuncd the Senatn .and tho bill was
passed without oppciltlon.
KAUAI AIJIMTOH !ti:i)UCEl.
Knudscn called attention to tho fact
that tho minutes did not show that tho
Auditor of Kauai Imd been reduced to
JI.'OO. Ho felt suro ho had made such
a motion, which had carried. Tho Idea
was to roako the rnlarlcs of tho treas
urer, the clerk and the auditor tho
same. Ho moved to amend tho min
utes. 'Knlnuui, who wns In tho chair,
was doubtful tnt this could bo clone,
111 tho bill hud gono to tho House. Tho
Item wus II illy reconsidered nnd
amended, nn e minutes corrected ac
iiousi: hills passed.
House 11111 1G1, providing for tho
sale, Icaso or dlsposltoln of certain
property: and House lllll ISO, relating
to coroners' Inciucsts, passed bccond
Senate lllll 61. the Walluku electric
finmhlse bill, was returned from tho
Houso with pome amendments. Hay.
hcldcn moved that tho Scnato concur.
Tho Houso notified thcr Scnato that
It had failed to concur In the Senate
amendments to Houso Dili 11, and had
appointed 11 conference committee.
IN i'AVOIl OK WALLACH.
Coclho reported for tho Health Com
mittee on Wallach, recommending the
petition be grunted. The committee
"Public pcntlmcnt. wo find, Is very
strongly In favor of granting J. Un
Wallach a chance to demonstrate and
provo what ho claims ho could do with
his remedies; this fact, the Hoard of
Health Is also aware of, and wo lira in
formed, every facility for making the
tests without inlcrfercnco by any one,
is now being nuido and by tho Hoard
Tho report was adopted.
AOA1NST ASYLUM HILL.
Tho same commlttco reported on
Ilonco lllll 131, for u medical Ixiard to
visit tho Insane Asjlum, recommend
ing that the bill bo tabled.
(Continued on Page 2)
- Hit IMW
public works where tho sum Vg bo ex-,
pended shall amount to $300 or moro
or for tho purchnso ot labor, mate
rials or other supplies for public pur
iosos amounting In tho aggregate to
S00 shall bo made, except' by con
tract. With amendments tho com
mlttco recommends tho pass.igo ot
this bill. Adopted.
Houso 1)111 194, providing a sink
ing fund for tho redemption or pur
chase of Territorial bonds, and Houso
Hill 208, relating to licenses, were
favorably reported. Tho lonimlttco's
icports wcro adopted.
Houso Hill HI, relating to laromo
tax, was tabled as the subject matter
was covered by Senate Hill 17.
House lllll 181, an act to encour
11 go they development of tho pbjslcal
lesources of the Terrltorj', was tabled
us the subject mutter was covered by
Scnato lllll 51.
House lllll 05, nn act providing II
cenrcs, was tabled, as tho subject
matter vriis covered by Scnato Hill -0.
Houso lllll 71, relating to nierchuu
dlso licenses, was tabled, hR tho sub
ject mutter was covered by Houso
Tho Lands Commlttco reported on
Iho following bills nnd resolutions:
Houso Itesolutlon 108, nsklng Hint
$3000 be Inserted In tho loan oppro
prlatlon hill for the purpose of dig
ting an artesian well for tho supply
end use ot the Hauula homesteaders,
Koolauloa, Oahu. Tho commlttco rcc
omiuonded Its passage. Adopted.
House' lllll 201, to encourage tlio
construction and extension ot vvntrr
kj stems established for tho purpose
of distributing water for sale. Tho
commlttco recommended its passage
with amendments. Adopted.
Houso Hill 19, 1 elating to llnbll.
(Continued on Page 2)
Fort St. Ucnolul"
A transport dauco at tho Mn.inn
always means the ultimnto ot torpsi-l
chorcan delight. Tho cool lanals, the
ocean breezes, tho congenial dancers
combine to make a Moaua dauco n
bcctul event. Tonight tho Moann
management throw upon tho hotel to
cntortnln Quartci master Captain IM
gar A. Try nnd tho olllccrs and la
dles of tho tiuusport Sherman,
Tho Monnu'H Invitation Includes
all tho' local Armj and Navy people,
slinngors within our gntes and town-
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & C01,
A FINE STREET DRESS SHOE
THE DOMINO LAST
This is one of the famous Heywood
vici kids for men a' blucher balmor-
al with mat-top and of medium
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,-Ltd.,
105 J Fort Street 'Phone Main 282
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