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Vote to Promote Hawaii and Help Your Favorite to the Best Trip of Her Lite
O'CLOCK IDE HUOI SUPPLIES HE WQMliriHM SMT IDE VOTES EDITION
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The EVENINB BULLETIN
PACIFIC 8TATE8 TOUR.
MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1907.
TMt vole It gsod until
May 10, 1907.
lO PAGES-HONOLULU. TKHHITOKY OP HAWAII. MONDAY. APRIL 22. 1907-IO PAGES
Price 5 Cents
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The Arab Patrol of Aloha Temple, T. M. Lyons, Hawaiian I.ndgo 21, bet
Mystic Shrine, leaves today (or Los tor known In Honolulu ns "Tim" I.y
Angrles, where the members will pa-, org, conic of n well-known Hawaiian
radc and rlo fancy stunts that will do family that looms tip largo on thu IbI
honor to Hawaii. In order that there ami of Maul. Lyons' brother In a Icail
may h no doubt as to their Identity, lug Democratic politician. "Tim" I
the Bulletin has secured their pictures mi ulllrer of thu Ton Mortal (lovcrn
and gives a short sketch of each, which inont, which In Republican. Ho Ik first
will be sent to the newspapers along t assistant In thu I.nnd OIllco.
the way and everyone Interested ex-' Letter Petrie, Hawaiian 21. Is imu
cept the city police. I of tlio vlllclvnt men of thu Oahu Hall
Reading from left to right and be-'wny, which liu serves as roadmaster
pinning with the tall man of the back Thu Oahu Itnllwny Is onu or thu mod
row, the members of the patrol are, as prnfltahlo Institutions o 'Its slzo thai
follows: ' 'can bu found In thu country. I'cliU
liClp"(l maku It n success.
Harry Murray, l'aclflc I.odgo S22
managed thu last Republican Counly
campaign of Ihu County of Oahu ami
Iho fact that hu lost by only six vote
does not discredit bis political gener
alship. Charlie Murray, Pacific Lodge $22, ta
not so much In thu public eyu ns his Trans-l'aclllc race
brothur; hu is a customs otllcer and nl- Col. Sam Johnson, Oceanic ldKo
ways on derk when needed. 371, Is thu real McCnv In the way of n
H. T. Moore, Oceanic Lodge 37 1,1 mad supervisor ami ilrltlmaster. Hu
camu Into the limelight In Hawaii a lias won enough mcdnls for military
the pioneer llenioornt to secure, mi I proficiency lo cc-- him with story,
election to thu Hoard of County Su- (Continued on Page S)
pervlsors. Tor two years he was thu
only one. Now there aru others,
Alec Lyle, l'aclflc I .oil go $22, Is onu
of iho good soul of Hawaii and i
Urst-class business man and ship-hull
der. Hu Is an officer of thu Hawaii
Yacht Club and hcliod cntortnln thu
Lox Angeles participants In thu first
IS FIRED Her Lover Assassin
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 22.
The United States Supreme Court has
dismissed the case of T. M- Harrison
vs. Magoon et al.. Inctltuted In Ha
waii. This Is tho ancient Hagey In
stitute cate which has dragged through
the Hawaiian courts for years.
CHOICE ONES to Mainland polnte,
at low rates. Leave your orders at
(Spoclnl llullctln Wholes)
Illlo, Hawaii. April 22. Shlmazii
Kant, a Japanese married woman
stabbed her lover to death today at
Tho victim Is a man with whom th
woman run away about two jears ago
The woman wa nricstcd.
m i li
Ciowds havn visited U II. Kerr &
Co.'s Btoro tuiln). AH the clerks have
been busy Bert'lnc customers. , Tim
verdict has been big values. The sale
will continue the bahuico 'of this week.
No onu can afford to miss It.
MOJI, Japan, April 22 The Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia, Capt. Hathaway,
went ashore today near the Marda
lighthouse, province of Nagato. It It
expected that the ship will float at
Thu Marda lighthouse Is on the
southern jsilnt of Iho Island of Nlpiion.
vherj u nnnow btralt leads from thu
tea of Japan Into tho l'aclflc. The
Mongolia Is tho l'aclflc Mall liner
v.hlch went ashore at Midway last win
ter. She Is now on tho return trip of
her regular run, being duo hero May 7.
One of the licit known navigators In
tho city, who Is very well nnpialiitcd
with the Japanese, made thu following
Mntcmcnt to a Hulk-tin reporter In re
gard to tliii location In which the Mon
golia In ashore:
"The Mnoda lighthouse Is nt tho end
of the Hhlmliiaraki Straits, n narrow
channel, varying hi width from half
n tulle to a mile. It Is on the nort
fddu of tlio channel and thu water ttieru
Is smooth so that the liner should nut
be hi iinv danger. Thu bottom on the
west side, wheru the liner Is lying, Is
of Mind mid theie sue no rocks.
"At times there Is u good deal of
fog In the channel but ll Is hard tu nay
what might havo caused tho trouble.
An nictdent to tho steering gear would
be as likely to have been thu cause of
the mishap as nil) thing else. If the,
.Mongolia Is on the place where I think
she Is, she lies on a sandbar and should
tome off easily with high water.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary cf
the news of the day.
I ,rnKjoiiHi fbrirn. 1 "
The Value Of
SEOUL, Korea, April 22. Pakyang
who. Chief of fie Board of Auditors of
the Korean household, has been assas
SAN JUAN, Porto Rico, April 22.
Drought on the sugar plantations will
cause a general loss estimated at for
t) per cent, of the crop.
E SI IKE SEASIDE
In no line of business it the buyer's
confidence of more imnortance than
in the telling of clothing;. ' T
The dealer who attempts to con-IP
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best, and that his place is the place ,
where the best could be obtained, ,
must see that the facts conform to I
his statements, and that his Roods are A fliret.n ,ianro In honor of dipt,
in every way up to the standard. He chirk mul the oi.k-cr of the -L'. s. 8.
had better nerer try to sell to a man Annapolis," will bo given at tho sou
than tt mislead liiui or to exaggerate; i fcldo Hotel this evening. The usual
for the customer wWquickly discov-.r01'1'1"1 Invitation to the oiiuers and
cr such practice of misrepresenting ' a'e "' Camp McKlnlcy. society and
rnercliBndim " , town folks Is oMcnded, u large poitlon
There is never dangtr of a protest
THE KASH CO.,
and always a certainty of full value
received when a coat or suit is rec-
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
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LlU I ) COR. FORT and HOTEL.
of whom lll doubtlvbg avail them
selves of this opportunity of bidding
Inrewell lo I'nclu Hunt's gallant fight
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp S? Co.,
Dam All Right,
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"Schuyler says that the work on the Nuuanu dam Is as good as
any he has seen and better than that on many dams, which are now
: In use on the mainland."
n it a ft ittt it 4 f n
Tho abou statement was madu this opinion that thu omission of such a
morning by onu or thu members of thu rlausu could bu explained from thu
Joint Nuuanu dam committee of thu fact that any engineer would naturally
House Members All Grow
Excited When It Is
C2d I).iy rnrenoon Session
Thu greatest soiircu of troublu that
now faces thu Legislature! Is tho Kim
iinu dam matter. Tho feeling against
Ihu action that has been taken by tho
executhes appears to grow stronger
day by day, and thu ineru mention of
thu dum Is siilllcltnt to cause a storm
i f nugry expressions on thu part of thu
Thu report of thu Joint committee on
Ihu dam, together with tho report of
i:nglneor Schujler, Is eagerly uwultod
by thu l.eglslatiiio, particularly the
House. Schuyler's report will bu fa
orablo, ns may bo seen from Iho ar
ticle cltuwhuro In this Issue, hut what
nt tit into the Joint commltteu will taku
li still a matter of conjecture.
Thu dam matter fame up hi thu
lloiiKo this morning In connection with
tlio Governor's special appropriation
hill, Ilousu 11111 215, and, whllo no ac
tion was liiken. It gnvo opportunity
lor n show of tho general fooling In
thu Hoiifeo In regard to the dam. That
(Continued on Page 3)
(Special llullctln Wireless)
Hllo. Hawaii, April 22. Chairman
Todd of the Hawaii County Hoard of
supervisors bus called a special meet
lug or tlie Hoard to lie held Thursday
The purpose of tho meeting Is to pre
pare tho way for tho County to bor
row $150,000 under tho new act passed
by tlio legislature. Tho money will bn
devoted to new roads principally th
belt road around thu Island.
Senato mid House, who stated that tills
would bu thu tenor of thu report of
thu export, who was summoned hero
lo glvu un authoritative opinion which
might decldu thu great dam contro
versy. It was announced today In thu
Senate that thu report would bo fin
Hied today, but on Inquiry being madu
this noon of Senator Chllllugworth,
uho Is chairman of thu committee, it
ivas learned that It had not ns yet beouj
submitted. A soon us Chllllngworth
has received thu alnabUi document
hu will call a meeting of thu commlt-j
tee, at which it wilt bu formally pre
tented and read.
"Hchuylur hns been working like a
Trojan m the lum war slnco lie
came," said u member of thu commit
loo today. "Ho has been over every
Inch of tho dam and ha madu careful
tests ami borings all over It. Hu had
an excavation nindu right through the
dam and status that all thu wny
through tho dirt cut Just like butter,
l-howhig that It had been carefully
tniuiH'il. Tills should put an end to
ull thu talk about a 'mushpllc.'
"Schuyler say that thu work Is ns
good ns any ho has seen and butter
tli mi Hint on many dems which aru
I'ow In use on thu mainland. Ho show
his confidence In thu work which ha
already been douu by recommending
that thu dam bu raised eight feet, In
crdcr that thu storage capacity of tho
luscrvolr behind It can bu Increased
tlxty per cent. Hu certainly would
not recommend thu placing of such an
i normoiis additional weight on ths
rtructuru unless hu considered It ab
solutely safu and sound In every par
ticular. "Whllo Schuyler Is satisfied with tho
work, which has been done on tho
dnni, ho does, how over, mako somo
he expected to begin the work ut thu
point wheru thu man who drew- tho
iptclflcntlons had In mind that It
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 22. W. O.
Douglass, a clerk In the Trust Com
pany of North America, is accused of
dealing. It may pottlbly amount to
s quarter of a million dollars.
That mutt be a terri
ble feeling. People, whose
valuables are stolen by
thieves or destroyed by
fire, feel that way. Don't
take a chance of being
one of those people keep
your jewels etc safely
stored away in ote of our
deposit boxes. The rent
is 60c n month.
Fort St. Bcnolul"
In Iho matter of Jnsoph I'. Mendoncj
vs. Y. Ahln ot al., nn action of atsiimp
Lit for rent, Judge Ilobhison this morn
Ing signed a decision In favor of the
plaintiff for tho amount claimed, $113
60, with costs.
Otto Hoho and II, H. Simpson, mem
bers of Ihu Federal (Irnnd Jury, worn
excused this morning by Judge Hold
for tho term,
An uttompt was mndo recently to
wreck u Pennsylvania railroad train
near Union Station, Alliance, O As
tho Dyer camu In the engineer wan
bonified to boo thu safety switch
light suddenly turned from white tu
ted. He biought his train up within
a few feet ot the ears on the siding
to which tho switch was turned, ThU
is claimed tu hii tlio sovonth attempt
to wicck this p.utlculnr train,
Say the girls of Oahu
"TIs a nice how-de-do"
When the Bulletin published the list,
To find that Hawaii
On the list was to high,
"We'll beat or our guest we have
Say the girls of Hawaii:
"We will certainly try
To capture the Bulletin prize.
You can hear our list hum,
For we're rambling tome;
We'll open the Oahu girls' eyes!"
Now Maul and Kauai
Will never say die;
And, after the contest Is o'er,
They'll come with their grip !
All packed for the trip,
With the rest, to the Golden shorel
The contestant securing the largest
number of yearly subscriptions to the
Evening Bulletin will have enough
criticism of tho specifications. Ho says 'votes to be In first company and he
tliat they are not explicit enough. For
Instance, ho holds that they should
have stated where tlio work should be
gin. On tho otlitV baud, ho is of tho
cure of a trip along the Pacific Coast
s the guest of the Bulletin.
HITCH IN THEIR PEACE
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 22.
There Is a hitch In the Central Ameri
can peace negotiations. Nicaragua It
demanding that San Salvador be held
Marriage Is the only gaino of chance,
fiver linented wheru It is possible for
both players to lose.
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