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Vol. IX JSTo. 3667
HONOLULU. TKURITOBI OP HAWAII. MONDAY. APRIL 15. 1907
JPkiob 6 Oknts
Danger To Hawaii
AND STILL SHAKES
(AMOclattd Vrett Sptclal Callt)
CITY OF MEXICO, Mexico, April 15 The earthquake shock of last
nlgtit destroyed the Mexican towns of Chllpanclngo and, Chllapa.
Eleven persons are known to have been killed and twenty seven Injur
ed as a result of the tremor.
The shocks continue and the people are panic stricken. Much damage
has been done here and at other places.
SEISMOGRAPH RECORDED IT
ALBANY, N. Y., April 15. The strongest shock ever recorded was
shown on the seismograph at this place, and Is supposedly the result of
the Mexico earthquake.
RECORDED AT BERKELEY
BERKELEY, Cal., April 15. The tremor at Mexico City was recorded
by the seismograph here.
fAfitclaltit rrCMt Sntclnl Cnb,t)
MANILA, P. I., April 15 Admiral
Dayton has raised his flag over tho
battleship West Virginia as command.
er In chief of the Pacific fleet. This
Is In keeping with the recent plans of
the Navy Department to combine all
the ships of the Pacific under one com
mand. EONILLA ON AMERICAN
SHIP OF WAR
(Afectattd Preen sprreal Cable)
WA8HINQTON, D. C, April 15 I
The U. S. gunboat Princeton Is con
veying the defeated General Bonllla to
MADE IN NEWjroRK
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., April 15.
Elisor Blggy has been ordered to sum
mon additional Ruef Jurors.
NEW YORK, N. Y., AprJI 15 Attor
ney Delmas, who was the leading at
torney for the defense In the trial Just
closed, has withdrawn from the Thaw
KURE, Japan, April 15 The battle
nhlp Akle was launched today.
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 are the
best, and that his place is the place
where the best could be obtained,
must see 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
received when a coat or suit is reo
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
Fights Leper Suspect
Bill But Looses
WaLLACH handed' hot
BOUQUET BY BISHOP
JUDICIARY COMMITTEE REP0RT8
favorably on the bill di
rected against the
4Gth Da Forenoon ScbsIoii.
Tho best speech made In the Senate
during tho present session was mado
tlil forenoon li V. O. Sinllli, whe
liiuile ii splendid effort to kill the leper
misiect' bill, lie .ltd nut succeed In
Ills Intention, the majority of the Sen
ators evidently preferring to listen to
the iKJpulur elamoi than to the volcu
.Makekuu's nntl-trutit hill was Willed,
the Heniite fairly failing over inch
other with motloiiH to table, defer mid
Indefinitely postpone. These were
(.mixed, howevei, not by any "treuHon
of the Senate," but because of the fuct
that the l'ederul law covers the suu
lect at the bill thoroughly.
Tim Senate wus tickled b) making
the discover) that it had only u bare
dozen of House hills In tho hutiels of
Its lommltlces. 'the Mouse hug been
cuiiHtuntl cliunoilng that Its work
was deln)cd because u host of Hh bills
were tied up b the Semite conmilttees.
This is thus shown to bo tin Illusion.
PASS KIHST HHADIXO.
House Hill St, establishing ulllces for
tho icglslrutlou of Instruments In tha
various counties; House Dill 8S, pro
viding the ollku of lounty registrar and
defining the powufs and duties there
of: and House Hill 141, relating to
L'urnlshment, passed first reading.
The Wiillukn Improvement Associa
tion nefU In u i esolutlon to provide u
now lourt house for Wulluku. (tefcrred
to the Iiau Committee.
KICKS AHAINST PllATT.
Win. M Keolaniit wrote from llllo
regal ill.it, his homestead lot In giua,
(haigliih I ru t with having neglected
to attend to inuttc.ru in connection
therewith. Keferud to the Uinds
V'AVOIt SIC-X UOAUI) U1IJ..
The Judiciary Committee, reported
on Semite 1)111 98, providing for bien
nial reports to the legislature by conn
ly officers, nnd ou Senate Dill 101, the
anti-sign board bill, recommending the
passage of both with minor amend
ments. The report on No. 38 was
adopted, passing tho bill on second
leading. That ou No. 101 was tabled
to be considered with the 'bill.
The Judiciary Committee also re
ported on House Hill 186. relating to
tho employment of 'citizens as court
interpreters, recommending that it bo
tabled as Scnulu lllll 90, which wan
passed a few da a ago, covered tho
same subject. Adopted.
120,000 HOK REMAINS.
Smith offered n verbal report on tho
resolution to provide for tho protec
tion oi ine remains o certain kings
und high chiefs of Hawaii. He Intro,
duced a bill appropriating 120.000 for
this purpose, which passed first read
Senule 1)111 43. rotating to tho nu
nolntment of tux assessors, was tabled
on a report by the Judiciary Commit
DOWSUTT VS. MEDICOS.
Don sett reported with a minority ro-
pun ior mo iieniiu committee, on
House lllll 91, relating to tho practice,
of medicine and surgery, recommend
ing some very important amendments,
which ullow the practice of several
branches of treatment, which the local
medical men did not recogn Ize.
Smith, Ha seldeii ami Knudsen wero
appointed a conference committee on
the House Dill relating to the adminis
tration of the estates of deceased per
SUSPECT lULL AMENDED. "
House Dill 34. the leper suspect bill,
.umu iij itir sec-emu reading, iauj
moved that it puss.
Ulshop s.i Id that tho object of thii
bill was apparently to modify tho ex
isting regulations. This ho thought
was u mistaken policy; but tho featuru
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CHOICE ONES to Mainland oolnts.
at low rates. Leave your orders at
Kausl Is to be a factor In this con
test, as It Is in every affair of the Ter
ritory. It has candidates for the Pa
cific States Tour and Intends to back
them vigorously. The Bulletin lets
Kauai speak for Itself In the following
Editor Evening Bulletin: In behalf
of the young girls of Kawalhau, I, fol
lowing the Idea of the leading people
Interested In the Bulletin contest, have
decided on the name of Miss Rose
Alolau of Kapaa.
There are other girls In the district
now, but we believe that If our candi
date should win out we can expect her
to be a great credit to the Islands. She
Is a school-teacher at present and has
bn teaching here for the last four
years without any criticism of her
work. She was one of the members of
the graduating class of 1901 of Kame-
hameha School for Girls. As to her
character and ability I refer you to
Miss Ida M. Pope, principal of Ka
mehameha Girls" School, and Prince
L. Tople, principal of Kapaa schools.
I have heard of other young girls
trying to be one of the Lucky Six, but
I believe that, .'Ills Rose Is the right
one and peopl.of the whole Territory
ought to side In with me. For these
lessons: First, she was born on this
Inland; second, she was educated first
In Kapaa school; third, she lived here
eighteen years, subtracting the num
ber of years when she was securing
an advanced education In Kameha
meha and Honolulu Normal Schools;
fourth, she Is helping the Hawaiian.
I mean, teaching them to fight harder
for their country and become leaders
of their people.
We believe that when a girl Is born
here and brought up on this Island and
solng her best for the Island she I
the right candidate Instead of one born
In a different country or born her
nd working on a different! Island.
Miss Rose has traveled all around
the Island and she can explain every
spot of Interest of the land.
Sho speaks the English language
very well; she speaks tha Hawaiian
language, also the Chlness language,
nnd she understands a little of the Jap
anese and Korean languages.
So I make a motion that all other
candidates striving to be one of t hs
Lucky 8lx from the Garden of Eden
vote for Miss RoseAlolau.
All In favor need not say anything
but Just throw thslr votes in for Miss
With thanks, I am, very truly yours,
JNO. A. KEALOHA,
Kawalhau Jailor, County of Kauai,
Kapaa, Kauai, April 13, '07.
Manager Bulletin Pacific States Tour
Contest: All those that have the wel
fare of this Territory at heart and
wist) to do Justice to its promotion un
dertakings, should not hesitate In cast
ing their ballots for Miss Lillian Ka
mehaokalanl Mundon of Kapaa, Kawal
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we are sometimes plung
ed by a serious accident.
Seep 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
"shadowproof" with a
policy in the Standard
Life and Accident Insur
Fort Rt, Hcnolul"
Creation Of Professional
Union Object Of
MASSAGE AND LOMILOMI
DEFENDED BY SENATOR
REVIEWS HISTORY OF HYDRO
THERAPY AND OTHER CURES
WHICH WERE STARTED
Senator Dow sett this morning filed
a reiKirt on tho medical practise bill,
which wilt probably not gain htm
much affection from tho medical pro
fession. It rend as follows:
Ah a minority of our Committee on
I'ubllc Health, to which wus referred
Houso Dill No. 94, entitled "An Act to
amend Chapter 89 of tho Revised I.nws
of tliu Territory of Hawaii Delating to
thu Practice of Medicine and Surgery,"
I beg to offer thu following amendment
to R.ild bill:
In Section .1, lines 2 nnd 3, strlko
out thu w ords "und," "w ater" and ' h -
rotlsm nnd mi) means or method nnd
imy agent, cither tangtblo or Intuiigl
bio," and Insert tho word "and" be
lore Ihn word "i-lectrlrlt)" In snld
lino :. so that the section shall read
Section 3. "I 'or tho purposes of this
chapter tho prucllco of medlclno shall
ho held to Include tho uso of drugs,
medicines and electricity for tho treat
ment of disease, etc, etc,"
It is not clear Hint tho object of tho
bill Is In sorvu tho public or in their
Interests. Thu suggestion that If It
were entitled a hill to establish a.
"union" for thu medical profession It
would ho moro appropriate, has
weight Tho creation of professional
unions Is no' r ,, prober object of leg
Islntlon at this day
Tho most successful sstem of h)dro
therapy or li)dropnthy, tho one practlc
d In thu largtst and most icnowiicd
iiiiilturlums In tho world, wus Intro
duced, moillfled, extended and per
fected by throe men not one of whom
wns a medical man.
Prlcssnltz, the founder of the s)stem,
was an Austrian farmer; John Snicd
ley, who modified It, was an English
manufacturer; ami Father Knclpp, by
whom It was extended and perfected,
was a German Catholic Priest.
Hdrothcrapy Is known and talueil
so little In this Territory that neither
tho Queen's Hospital nor any sanitar
ium In the Territory is equipped for
that hiatuh of tho healing art; and It
Is, doubtful whether u single member
of tho medical profession here has
qualified himself to practice It.
If tills bill were to pass, neither
rrlcssnitz nor rattier Knelpp could
have practiced hvdrotherupy In thl
Territory, nor could any la) man do so,
however fitted .naturally and by train
ing to follow In thu footsteps of those
It is not a wise thing to limit the
practice of the art of Id drothcrapy to
medical men, who neither know any
thing about it nor cam to practice It
If they do While the power of water
to heal, when lightly applied, Is now
well recognlred, Its right use culls for
u special natural fitness, which can
not bo made up by any medical course.
und which ran bo found where the ph)
slolcgy und anatomy of the schools Is
It Is a fact that until quite recently
the application of water In the treat
ment of disease wus an object of rid
icule by marly the whole of the med
ical profession ami et the almost ml-
uLiiloiis work of Father Knclpp nlono
In tho cure of patients Buffering from
diseases, oery case of which had pre
viously been treated by the regular
medical man without success, nnd his
lame exceeds that of any medical man
that has probably ever lived.
Tho history or suggests e therapeut
ics or hpuutlsm Is not to the ciedlt of
the medical profession. It Is true.
Mesiuer, James llrald und Klllntsou
wero of tho profession, but Druid's
works (ho wroto them between lSfu
and 1810) are probably unknown to
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LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co.,
President PlnMinm has pnpired n
strong reiort which hi- sulmillUd to
the Hoard of He Mill ut Its u cling this
afternoon I'lrst he dwells ou tho
matter of W.illadi, stating that while
thu lloird bows to the wishes of thu
legislature. It goes ou round as Ixlng
opposed to his admission to the settle
ment as a practitioner
Pinkham also crltlilzes strougl) the
bills which hnc been lutioduud In
the legislature, which allow utm-ph-slclans
to practke Ho calls attention
to the fact that should such legislation
pass the lloiril will to n great extent
loose Its control of contagious discuses,
as the 1.1)01011 will not be able to
diagnose such (uses, nnd tho danger
of quarantine he lug Imposed against
the Terrltor) will be Imminent.
(Special llulletln Wireless)
llllo. Hawiill. April IS -A meeting
of (Itireiis wis held here Siituiday to
consider pL. s fin entertaining visit
ing Congr 'iicn An executive com
mittal wa minted to cooperate with
the Iloiiolu i committee
GETS INT. YEARS
(Special llulletln Wireless)
Ullo, Hawaii. April 15 Slatsn-
4 ihnto Klnluo)c, who was convict-
4 ed of murder in the hccoiuI do- -t
gree, wns i-enlcnced to day by
Jiult'e Parsons to twenty ears'
Imprisonment Klnheoje Killed
Kotida Itokoshliii at OoknU ou
K(bruar) 1 during it druukiii row.
The man escaped hut later fcur
remleied to tho police
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 13.
SUGAR: 96 degrees Centrifugals, 3.735
cents, or $74.70 per ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.722 cents.
All appreciative audience Is nlw:i)S
highly Intelligent fiom tho speaker'
WEIRD BAaadE Bill
Protect Hotel Keepers
But Not Lodging And
Gth Da) Forenoon Session
When tho Houso was railed to order
this morning, there wero 17 bills on
thu calendar for second nnd third read
ing Onl) six of tin m wern 1 cached
this morning but us tbu Speaker a'
wiivs makes It a rule to see that his
dc sk is clear when the House adjouriil
In th afternoon, tho rest will probaO
I) be disposed of toda).
There wus little opposition to most
of thu bills passed upon this morning,
though two of them were deferred to
The House- passed one extrenHy
weird measure which has been aptly
dubbed by some, "All Act to legalize
ilefiaudlng hoarding houso keepers"
'I ho nillclnl title of the bill Is, oi
course, somewhat dlffeiint.
As first Introduced, tho hill wan in
le mil d to givo hotel kcH'pcrs, boardlut
nnd l Icing houso keepers u lieu or.
i In bagK-ige of guests for the amount
of ii-ipald bills Hut KaUlopu fixed
that lie knocked out thu hoardlmt
house keepers and the lodging house
keepers, leaving only tho hotel men
protected. So, ns the bill llnnlly pass
ed, one may bent his hoard or lodglm
bill, provided It Is not owing to a Ik
t';l keeper What will happen to thh
inensiiro when It reaches iliu Uoverno
mi) easily ho surmised
House lllll 1ST. relating to sign boire
advertising, v. us returned from the
Senalei very mutcrlnlly amended The
Homo refused to concur and Itle-e, Ka
luna and Xiiknleka wete appointed a
OltAll llll.I, CO.MHS HACK
House lllll 1.14, the salnr) grab bill
was received back from tho Sennto
more of n grab bill than over Ou mo
Hon of Cone) the Housu refused tc
concur und n Coiifcrenco Committee
of live, onu from each County nnd one
ut large, was npjiolnted by thu speak
er, Cone), tjiilnn, Kalelopu, Wntwnl
olo and Aknu being named.
CONCUHB OX THIS OXH
lloisu lllll 32, providing for thu vot
ing of a qualified elector who li.is fall
ed to register, came back from the
Sennto so patched with amendment!
that It looked like) a crazy quilt On
notion of Sheldon the Houso concur
Houso lllll -10. allowing rail toads t i
operutu their ru.uU by motive) powe
oilier thnu steam, also camo bae
amended.' Deferred until nfternoon.
Kalana for tho Miscellaneous Com
mltteo reported favorably ou .Semite
lllll 97, amending thu County Act The)
report was udopted, earning the bill
through second reading
Tho same committee reported In f i
vor of tho pussagu of Qtilnu's Iloue
Hill "07, to rotect owners of soda wa
ter bottles, ete Passed second read
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